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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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V

HE 0 GALA
NINO
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Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and
Friday; light frost tonight in north
portion; warmer Friday northwest
portion.
OGALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1918.
VOL.25, NO. 271

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Retiring German Soldiers Committing
Acts of Violence Along
Their Route
(Associated Press)
London, Wednesday, Nov. 13.
Hindenburg remains the head of the
supreme German army command, ac according
cording according to a wireless received here,
giving the text, of a message Hinden Hindenburg
burg Hindenburg sent to the army commanders,
ordering them to lead their troops
home in orde and with discipline.
ALLIES WILL STOP IT
London, Nov. 14, 2:14 p. m. Ger German
man German soldiers are committing acts of
violence against the inhabitants and
are destroying and pillaging contrary
to the terms of the armistice, accord according
ing according to a French official wireless mes message.
sage. message. The message, which is, from
the Allied high command, says the
Allied command expects the German
command to take measures to stop
this violation of the armistice. If the
acts increase, it is added, the Allied
command will take steps to end them.
WILHELM TO LOSE HIS WEALTH
London, Nov. 14, 1:06 p. m. The
property of the Prussian crown will
be confiscated, according to a wireless
message received today. The prop property
erty property not entailed, but which was per personal
sonal personal to the former king and his fam family,
ily, family, jvill not be affected.
McADOO PROMISTS THE
BOYS MORE MONEY
Atlanta, Nov. 14. Orders, calling
off the proposed strike of the Order
of Railway Telegraphers set for to today,
day, today, reached virtually every point in
the South which would have been af affected,
fected, affected, according to E. D. Gorman,
chairman of the southeastern district,
today. Gorman said he received a
telecrirm f om Director General Mc Mc-Adoo
Adoo Mc-Adoo last niht promising action on
the men's wage demands within four
days.
OPENING OF LIVERPOOL
COTTON EXCHANGE
Liverpool, Nov. 14. The cotton ex exchange,
change, exchange, which has been closed since
Friday, reopened today. Prices fell
a penny per pound, the maximum de decline
cline decline allowed in any day's trading.
TEMPLE AMUSEMENTS
FOR NOVEMBER
Shows begin at 3:30, 7 and 8:20 p.m.
Today, Nov. 14: Billy Burke i
"Pursuit of Folly." Pathe News.
Friday, Nov. 15: "Inside the Lines."
TO MARION COUNTY
CANNING CLUB MEMBERS
Tuesday, November 19th, will mark
the opening of the Marion County
Fair and which day has been named
as children's day. As canning club'

members, you are expected to take!": ewadski W. Ditto, C. F.

nn arfivp nart. in making it a success
and I hope that you are making your
plans to that end.
On account of my recent illness, I
have been deprived of paying you my
usual visit, and aid you in the selec selection
tion selection of your exhibits, but I have con confidence
fidence confidence in your ability to do the very
best in this matter.
To you who have been so faithful
through these many years' work, I
. am looking for a good exhibit, and
am depending on you to fill the large
space that has been given for your
exhibits. The fair association has
been most liberal in the prizes offer offered
ed offered and has thereby shown its appre appreciation
ciation appreciation for your splendid record in
the past.
Those of you who have not sent in
your reports, please do so at once,
closely followed ; by your exhibits,
which is one of the requirements of
those who are competing for the
, prizes offered by the fair association.
Remember girls, I am depending
on you as loyal club members to do
your full duty.
Caroline Moorhead,
Home Demonstration Agent.
i. s
The ladies of Marion county are in invited
vited invited to make our store their meeting
place, during fair week. Tell your
- friends to meet you here. You will
also see the most complete line of late
MILLINERY you have seen this sea season.
son. season. Style Hat Shop, Ocala. 14-5t
Dr. Eddison's Cushion Sole Shoe for
tired and tender feet, at Little's Shoe
Parlor. 24-tf
White Bermuda Onion plants 20
cents per 100, f 1.50 per 1000. Bitting
& Co., N. Magnolia St., Phone 14. 6t
Paper DnnKing Cups, 25 to pack-
age, ten cents at Gerigs Drugstore.

CAPTURE OF OCCUPATION OF
CONSTANTINOPLE ALSACE-LORRAINE j

Allied Troops and Warships Dominate
the Capital of the Ottomans
(Associated Press)
" London, Nov. 14. The Allies' fleet
arrived at Constantinople yesterday,
having passed through the Darda Dardanelles
nelles Dardanelles Tuesday, the admiralty an announces.
nounces. announces. British and Indian troops
occupying the forts, paraded as the
ships passed.
UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN
Subscriptions Taken Nov. 11th
Five Hundred Dollars Each: Taylor
Brothers, McDowell Crate & Lumber
Company, Camp Brothers, Munroe &
Chambliss Stock Farm, R. S. Hall.
Three Hundred Dollars: Mclver &
MacKay.
Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars
Each: Ben Rheinauer, the Munroe &
Chambliss National Bank, the Ocala
National Bank.
One Hundred and Fifty Dollars:
Moses Grocery Company.
One Hundred and' Twenty-Fiv
Dollars: William Hocker.
One Hundred "Dollars Each: H. A.
Waterman, E. C. Jordan & Co., E. A.
Osborne,' R. L. Anderson, Jake Brown,
A. C. Cobb, Abner Pooser, J. L. Ed Edwards
wards Edwards and family, Chas. S. Cullen,
J. E. Chace, L. W. Duval and family,
W. J. Edwards, E. G. Peek, R. A. Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, G. S. Scott, H. B. Masters Co.,
R. R. Carroll (Maxwell dealer.)
Eighty Dollars: J. Gerig.
Seventy-Five Dollars Each: The
Chazals, B. F. Condon, Marcus Frank,
B. Goldman, C. R. Tydings,
Fifty-Seven Dollars, Fifty Cents:
Wiley H. Burford, war risk insurance.
Fifty Dollars Each: J. P. Phillips,
Ocala Telephone Co., Ocala Coca-Cola
Co.,. B. A. Weathers, Ocala Steam
Laundry Co., J. M. Thomas, Florida
Live Stock & Farms Co., H. C. Jones,
Chas. E. Simmons, Ocala Iron Works,
D. W. Davis Insurance Agency, P. H.
Nugent, J. S. Pearson, Smith Grocery
Co., H. W. Henry, 0. K. Teapot Groc Grocery
ery Grocery Co., E. E. Dobbs, 0. B. Howse."
Forty Dollars: A. E. Gerig.
Twenty-Five Dollars Each: Hayes
& Guynn, H. A. Davies, Needham
Bros., W. Wolff, Harry J. Walters. H.
I. Thompson, C. .A. Fort, R. D. Jones,
J. B. Peck, E. J. Crook, Star Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Co., W. E. Smith, O. E. Cox,
L. N. Green, H. A. Shaver Company,
W, K. Lane, Welch-Todd Lumber Co,
W. T. Whitley, H. C. Sistrunk, A.:L.
Izlar, M. M. Little, C. G. Frazier, De De-Witt
Witt De-Witt Griffin, R. S. Rogers, C. (Ed)
Carmichael, Max Israelson.
Twenty Dollars Each: Girls' Indus Industrial
trial Industrial School, G: A. Harris, L. Toffal Toffal-letti,
letti, Toffal-letti, J. H. Benjamin.
Fifteen Dollars Each: F. E. Colby,
Charles Peyser, D. E. Morgan, The
Book Shop, P. V.. Leavengood, J. R.
Fort, George Looney, Lanier Robert Robertson,
son, Robertson, Jas. J. Pyles, T; S. Trantham.
Ten Dollars Each: Charles Mac Lu Lucas,
cas, Lucas, Robert M. Blake, Baxter Cam, C.
G. Barnett, L. H. Kirkby, F. R. Hock-
I hit T n.ii.. ir... i
lr' V "v; vanaenorocK,
r PPn, a. a. winer, d. learner,
J. R. Herndon, L. W. Ponder, C. V.
Roberts, W. H. Fausler, Tom Sexton,
American Cafe, L. K. Braddock, R.
T. Yonge, J. M. Jackson, George Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, G. G.-Chambers, Smith Hardin,
D. N. Ferguson, H. Blackburn, J. H.
Brinson, N. F. Boltin, W. H. Cassels,
W. A. Wilds, H. B. Baxter, Dixie
Cafe, N, Y. Meat Market, Junie Per Perkins,
kins, Perkins, S. T. Sistrunk, W. W. Rilea, S.
C. M. Thomas,, A. Slott, J. H. Living Livingston,
ston, Livingston, J. W. Akin and family, J. W.
Tally, W. C. Charles, R. L. Bridges,
B. F. Borden, F. W. Cook, R. T.
Adams, Carter's Bakery, J. Lay, Har
ry L. Booher.
Seven Dollars land Fifty Cents:
L. W. Holstine.
Five Dollars Each: T. C. Thomsorf,
W. L. Armour, D. S. Williams, How Howard
ard Howard Clark, T. M. Moore, H. O. Cole,
Savoy Cafe, Geo. W. Stephens, H. R.
Luff man, J: P. Felts, Guy Felts, J. T.
Cohn, T. A. Cobb, C. J. Fauth, C. A.
Holloway, C. S. Wilson, H. C. Bilbro,
R. D. Fuller, V. Mrasek, Hansel Leav Leavengood,
engood, Leavengood, B. N. Dosh, N. Doiny, J. S.
Burk, Sam Christian, W. M. Parker,
L. O. Bocher, J. H. Dunn, Robert
Marsh, F. E. Vogt, J. H. Spering, W.
N. Lane, R. A. Carlton, A. N. Gal Gallant,
lant, Gallant, F. B. Gates, Barney Spencer, E.
L. Parr, P. W. Whitesides, C. G. Bry Bryant,
ant, Bryant, J. J. Sanders, J. H. Dean, J. C.
Bray, T. R. Gates, A. P. Canova, G. R.
Roberts, L. R. Kirkpatrick, W. S.
Bray, T. C. Atkinson, N. Lopez, J. L.
Smoak, John R. Preer.
One Dollar: J. T. Madden.
Subscriptions Taken Nov. 12
One Hundred and Fifty Dollars: J.
M. Meffert
One Hundred Dollars: R. H. Red
ding.
Fifty Dollars Each: L. G. Ketchum,
R. F. Rogers,, W. B. Gallagher, W. C.
Blood.
; Twenty-Five Dollars Each: R. M.

Americans Across the Border and on
on Sunday French Will

Make Grand Entry
(Associated Press)
Paris, Nov. 14, 4:45 a. m. Ameri American
can American troops have crossed the German
frontier toward Metz and Strassburg.
AFTER FORTY-EIGHT YEARS
Paris, Nov. 14, 4:25 a. m. Mar Marshal
shal Marshal Foch will make solemn entries
into Strassburg and Metz' on Sunday
in company with President Poincare
and Premier Clemenceau.
Martin, W. R. Pedrick, Albert O. Har Har-riss,
riss, Har-riss, N. Niedernhoefer.
Twenty Dollars: C. R. Rogers.
Fifteen Dollars: 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 ReiftyJ. C. PillansL.
B. Marsh.
Nine Dollars Each: A. R. Douglas,
L. L. Horne.
Seven Dollars Each: F. G. Buhl, T.
Williams.
.Seven Dollars and Fifty Cents:
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. Holloway,
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. Holton, 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 Johnson,
son, Johnson, W. F. Sanders, Allie Roddenber Roddenberry.
ry. Roddenberry. Four Dollars Each: Lewis Cokey.
A. L. Barber.
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. Holford, S. J. Martin, R.
E. Griggs, Mrs. Tllie V. Brant, David

- Says General Pershing, referring to
one of the war work organizations:
U A SENSE cf obligation for the varied
and useful service rendered to the
arravn Fra;.;2 prompts me t9
join in the ap.v?al for its further fitH
support. I have opportunity toobscrve
its Operations, measure the quality of fea
personnel and rncrk its beneficial influence
upon our troops, c-d I wish unreservedly
to commend its vork for the army.
General Pershing
UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN

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NUNS HITTING THE

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! Insurgent German Seamen on their
Way to Confer with the
; British Admiralty
(Associated Press)
With the American Army, France,
Nov. 14, 1:30 p. m. The Germans op opposite
posite opposite the, First American army north
and northeast of Verdun are reported
to be moving northward rapidly.
j BATTLE IN BRUSSELS
i Amsterdam, Nov. 14. (Associated
j Press.) Ninety persons were killed
or injured m street fighting in Brus Brussels,
sels, Brussels, according to an announcemnt
made here today.
THEY'LL MEET SHORT TALK
Berlin, Via Wireless to London,
Nov. 14, 1 p. m. (By the Assoc ia tea
Press.) The German cruiser Koen Koen-igsberg
igsberg Koen-igsberg at 1 o'clockWednesday put to
sea with plenipotentiaries of the
! workmen's and soldiers' council of the
German fleet in order to meet repre representatives
sentatives representatives of the British admiralty.
RELEASING AMERICANS
Paris, Wednesday, Nov. 13. (By
Associated Press.) More than 2,532
American prisoners in German camps
were released immediately by the
signing of the German armistice, ac according
cording according to the latest figures by the
Amreican Red Cross in Switzerland.
This includes all Americans captured
to Nov. 1st. It is estimated that only
a few hundred more Americans were
captured after that date.
Sellers, A. Lee Holford, Colon Mon Monroe,
roe, Monroe, E. T. Parker, W. T. Carter, C. A.
Scandrett.
Fifty Cents Each: L. M., Graham,
Miss Esther Brant, Ishmael Brant, O.
Halford.
Twenty-Five Cents Each: Miss
Selma M. McKinney, Miss Lula A.
McKinney.
Subscriptions Taken November 13
One Hundred Dollars Each: Marion
Hardware Company, R. Simmons,
Mrs. Walter Ray.
Fjfty Dollars Each: J. Malever, E.
H. Martin;, Martin Crate Company,
Martin & Company.
Twenty-Five Dollars Each; Father
Bottolacio and sisters, TL McConathy,
Mrs. Mary H. Gillen, E. G. Lindner,
W. F. McAteer, W. W. Stripling, J.
H. Knoblock, V. E. Knoblock, Mack
Taylor, C. Y. Miller, Clarkson Hard Hardware
ware Hardware Co'., H. L. Borland.
Twenty Dollars: C. E. Winston.
Fifteen Dollars Each: M. A. Sa Sa-waya,
waya, Sa-waya, G. Nasri, R. Ira Barnett, Mrs.
Marie Gutschlag, I. N. Knoblock, R.
R. Crang.
Teji Dollars Each: J. E. Allemand,
Lester Warner, Robert T. Munroe, E.
W. Clement, P. P. Costello, E. W.
Merrill, 'C.v K. Sage, J.-N. Tiller, W.
P. Huckaby, J. J. Blalock, H. B. Clark-
i
Vulcanizing.

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IIE17 GOVERNMENT

OF
Cabinet has Been Formed and Work
of Reconstruction Will
Commence
. (Associated Press)
Copenhagen, Nov. 14, 8:52 a. m.
A new German government has been
organized with the, following cabinet
members: Premier and interior and
military affairs, Friedrich Ebert;
foreign affairs, Hugo Haase; finance
and colonies, Phillip Scheidemann;
demobilization, transport, justice and
health, Wilhelm Dittmann; publicity,
art and literature, Herr Landsberg;
social party, Richard Barth.
j HE'S NO GOOD ANYWHERE
Basel, Wednesday, Nov. 13. Re Reports
ports Reports that the German crown prince
is with his father in Holland are de denied
nied denied in a dispatch from Berlin under
a Tuesday date. The dispatch say
the crown prince is with his troops at
the front.
BAVARIA BOLTS
Basel, Tuesday, Nov. 12. Declar Declaring
ing Declaring the new democratic state of Ba
varia is not responsible for the faultsj
of the old regime in Germany, a man manifesto
ifesto manifesto has ben sent 'from Munich to
the new federal government of Ger Germany
many Germany asking that complaint over the
conditions of the armistice be sent to
the Entente powers. It is said the
terms agreed upon are of such a na nature
ture nature as to prevent the rapid re-
establishment of order in Bavaria.
AVIATORS KILLED AT MIAMI
Miami, Nov. 14. Cadets John Mc Mc-Cune
Cune Mc-Cune and J. ,C. Wristine, both of
Pittsburg, Pa., were instantly killed
here yesterday afternoon at Curtiss
field, when their airplane crashed to
the ground after going into a tail
spin. They were members of the
marine corps i air service.
son, George Stuart," L. E. Yonce, Main
Street Market, A. G. Moree, C. A. Mc Mc-Pherson,
Pherson, Mc-Pherson, W. R. O. Veal, Mrs. W. R.
O. Veal.
Six Dollars: P. F. Ferrell.
Five Dollars Each: N. L. Williams,
C. P. Howell, W. M. Wilson, L. S.
Sanders, Richard Dewey, J. E.
Thompson, L. M. Murray, J. V. Tar Tar-ver,
ver, Tar-ver, J. R. Scarborough, D. N. Math Mathews,
ews, Mathews, Weller Carmichasl, G. K. Will Williams,
iams, Williams, Chas. H. Stuart, E. M. Will Williams,
iams, Williams, F. E. Wetherbee, H. S. Guerry,
H. B. Breckinridge, Miles Ferrell, B.
H. Smith, B. ,B. Register, W. F. Haf Haf-fler,
fler, Haf-fler, J. L. Smith, J. M. Josey, A.
Cuthill, J. C. Myers, C. W. Farrell,
Mrs. T. Goolsby, E. Goolsby, George
Smith.
Four Dollars: M. Kingston.
Two Dollars Each: Geo. H. Pender,
Neville Farrell, J. H. Seckinger.
Where Will You be Among the
Sheep or the Goats?
Monday we began publication of a
roll of honor showing donors to the
United War Work Fund.
When the list is completed we will
publish a list of all those who were
solicited to give and who refused. We
think it proper for the public to know
the men who are willing- to stay at
home, make money in their business
and deny little comforts and benefits
which their money will buy for the
brave fellows who fought to protect
their children, their wives and their
own perverse bodies as well as their
property. Executive Committee,
United War Work Fund.
ANNOUNCEMENT!
For a few weeks we have not been
in a positio nto do your hemstitching
promptly on account of having brok broken
en broken a part of the machine, but our ma machine
chine machine is now in first class condition
and we will be pleased to have your
orders for pecot work and hemstitch
ing, which will have prompt attention.
THE HEMSTITCHER,
ll-14-3t Ocala, Fla.
Christmas season is now here. Have
your dresser scarf table and ben
linen, towels; etc., hemstitched at The
Hemstitcher, Ocala, Fla. 14-6t
v
Our line of Millinery for fall and
winter wear is now complete. Every
hat is the very latest model, and must
be sen to be appreciated. The Style
Hat Shop, Munroe' & Chambliss Bank
building, Ocala. 14-5t
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.

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AMERICANS W- EAT

WHITE BREAD AGAIN

Getting Ready for Permanent Peace
Shown in Every Act of the
Government
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 14. Regulations
requiring householders and bakers to
purchase 20 per cent substitutes with
each purchase of wheat flour, are
j withdrawn by the food administra
tion, effective immediately.
LOSSES WILL BE LIGHT
Washington, Nov. 14. Officials
here estimate the total casualties of
the American Expeditionary Forces
in the war will not exceed one hun hundred
dred hundred thousand, including killed,
wounded, died of diseace, wounds and
accidents and missing. Some of those
missing will probably be accounted
for when prisoners are returned from
Germany. It will probably be several
weeks before the record of casualties
will be completed.
BACK TO THEIR BOOKS
Washington, Nov. "14. Secretary
Daniels announced today that college
men who left school to enter the navy
and who now desire to resume their
college courses will be permitted to
resign from the service.
CENSORSHIPHAS CEASED
Washington, Nov. 14. The with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal of all voluntary censorship
requests under which the American
publishers have been working, was
announced today by George Creel, af after
ter after conferences with Secretaries Ba Baker
ker Baker and Daniels.
LIEUT DESAUSSURE
Jacksonville, Nov. 14 News of the
death in action of First Lieut. Ed Edward
ward Edward C. DeSaussure somewhere on
the French front during October was
received yesterday by Mr. and Mrs.
George R. DeSaussure, his parents.
This sad information came in a letter
to Mrs. Clifford Sego, sister of Lieut.
DeSaussure, from her husband, who
is a lieutenant serving with the Am
erican expeditionary forces in France.
CONSERVATION OF FOOD
MUST CONTINUE
Ocala, Fla., Nov. 12, 1918.
To the Merchants of Marion County:
As the food administrator for Mar Marion
ion Marion county I congratulate the people
of Marion county in this hourVof sig
nal victory, which has been vouchsaf
ed to our arms and for the ushering
in of the blessings of peace, which I
earnestly hope will be lasting and
that the wheels of all business activi activities
ties activities may soon be resumed, but in the
meantime I desire to impress upon
you, each and every one, the con continued
tinued continued importance of observing the
food regulations,, which you have so
faithfully and patriotically observed
since the beginning of the war. I-feel
that it is necessary to stress the im importance
portance importance of our strict observance of
these regulations with an even great greater
er greater vigilance than before for the Unit United
ed United Sattes has an herculean task to
perform in largely feeding the ex exhausted
hausted exhausted nations of France, Belgium,
Italy, Serbia, Greece and other Allied
nations. These countries will need
help. They will look across ,the sea
to the United States, which has so
generously gone to their aid in time
of war and we will be no less lack lacking
ing lacking with our assistance in the early
days of peace time.
I feel that I shall not make this ap appeal
peal appeal in vain and that I can rely on
you in aiding me in this work as you
have not hitherto failed me.
Again thanking you for your pat patriotic
riotic patriotic co-operation and with best
wishes, I am, Yours very truly,
Clarence Camp,
Marion County Food Administrator.
Messrs. Henry Fort and J. M. Mor Morrison
rison Morrison of Moss Bluff are among the
business visitors in the city today.
. While you are in Ocala visiting the
fair be sure to call at the Style Hat
Shop and see the elegant line of
Baby Caps now on display. M. & C.
Bank building. 14-5t
Mr. I. Bermer of Tampa is among
the business visitors in the city today.
Prompt delivery of prescriptions Is
the watchword here. Tell your physic physician
ian physician to leave them with us. We allow
no substitution. The Court Pharmacy.
Phone 284. 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.
Dont't forget the fair dates.



OCALA, EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1918

OCALA EVENING STAR
Pvbllabed Every Day Except Sunday br
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
OF OCALA, FLA.
ATTENTION, SUBSCRIBERS TO THE UNITED WAR WORK FUND
' Every subscriber is supposed to have one of the campaign buttons to
wear and a window card to place in his home or office. When you make
out your subscription card ask the solicitor for yours, and in case you have
not received such please call up the County Headquarters, the Munroe &
Chambliss Bank building, or District Headquarters, board of trade, and re receive
ceive receive same. Get your button and banner and show your colors.
United War' Work Campaign Committee.

R. R. Carroll, Pretrideat
P. V. Leaveagood, Secret air-Treaaarer
J. a. Beajamla, Editor',
Entered at Ocala, Fla., "ostofflce a
second-class matter.
OUR AMERICAN DEAD

To those who died for Liberty, and
did not die in vain;
They counted light their loss that
gave the world eternal gain.
New York Times.

Everybody in Marion county come
to the fair next week.

Wonder how that Marianna school
investigation is coming on.
The British were careful to take
Mons before they quit fighting.
It is hard to tell if the renort about

the clown prince being shot is true or
half true.
Charlie Schwab says that peace
will not stop the government from
building ships.
Get your name on that honor list
of Marion county's contributors to
United War Work.

the case, Mr. Bucholz is not a. proper
person to teach the young men of
America.

They used to call Germany and
Austria great powers--and, so they
were: great powers for evil.
There is no reason why we shouldn't
go on calling him the kaiser. It is
nothing but a title of ignominy.
We guess the war and the Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland Telegram ended together. We
haven't seen that rag this week.
For the first time in over three
years, the dove of peace can venture
out without a gas mask and a steel
helmet.

. Now the war is over, maybe a
homelike murder or comparatively
cheerful railroad smashup can have a
scare head.

It will surprise many people to be
told that the Allies and Germany are
yet technically at war. The armistice
is not a covenanted peace.
At present there are about a dozen
nations, including Germany, that
would be sincerely glad to know Wil William
liam William Hohenzollern had committed sui suicide.
cide. suicide. :' ''

Two years ago there were less than
250,000 men in our regular army and
national guard. At present there are
3,764,677 of whom we have sent iy
200,000 abroad. i
, .''
Says the St. Petersburg Times:
"You felt great to hear that news,
but unless you are a father or a moth mother
er mother of a boy 'over there you don't
know what joy means."
Albert Ballin, general director and
principal builder of the Hamburg Hamburg-American
American Hamburg-American steamship line, is dead. The
war ruined the great naval corpora corporation
tion corporation he built up and killed him.

The Germans are now calling on
America for food. We believe they
should be fed, but our Allies should
be given the preference The Huns

would be working us all as slaves if

they had been able.

The soil of war-wasted Europe is
starving for Florida phosphate and
as soon as the dust settles and ships
are to be had Marion and Citrus coun counties
ties counties will be doing their share toward
making 'the desert bloom
1 It is said: that Joe Cannon will be
the speaker xf the next House. Uncle
Joe has lots of good common sense,
and is an American clear thru,' but
we think a more up-to-date states statesman
man statesman should be speaker. v"
The Tampa Tribune administers a
well-deserved scoring to men and
women who are cashing in their war
stamps. Any person who cashes a
war stamp, except under pressure of
necessity, is no better than a Hun.
The end of the war will remove the
only objection any of our stockmen
had to dipping cattle. By the spring
of 1920, many working men, now
wearing the khaki or engaged in war
work, will be back in old Marion and
labor will be plentiful, and fat and
healthy cattle will bring many dollars
rolling our way. "V
Don't forget any habit of saving
you have learned this last year ahd a
half.' Pick up a few more if you can.
There is not a bit of food or clothing
material in America but somewhere
in the world some hungry or shiver shivering
ing shivering human is longing for it. Waste
will never be anything but wicked.
The board of control in its session
at Tampa dismissed the charges
against Prof. L. W. Bucholz. Perhaps
it could do nothing else. It seems
established, however, that Prof. Buch Bucholz,
olz, Bucholz, in conversation with reliable citi citizens,
zens, citizens, before America entered the war,
advocated the German view of the
war, including the use of submarines,
which was the very thing the United
States went to war about. If this be

The Ocala canning factory has can canned
ned canned all the beans in its territory and
vill begin canning sweet potatoes as
soon as material is available. The
factory has canned and shipped a
large quantity of beans, and counts
on having an even greated amount of
potatoes to work on. If all our farm farmers
ers farmers would get in touch with this fac factory,
tory, factory, they could keep it running
twelve months in the year. There is
always something growing in Marion
county. ;
We understand that the Woman's
Gub will try to have the council
transform the old restaurant building
on the city lot into a rest room for
tourists. This would be a good move.
It would also, in our opinion, be good
business to turn the city lot into &
park and playground for the children.
We don't see any use in letting this
piece of ground in the center of the
city lie idle.
It is reported that Champ Clark
will take Claud Kitchin's place as
democratic floor leader, in the next
Congress. We don't see that this
would be an improvement. Kitchin
can learn something but Clark can't.
The democratic minority in the House
would do well to retire them both and
give a more able man than either a
chance.
'
Joe Earman of the board of con control
trol control asked the Tampa Tribune to as assure
sure assure the people of Florida that the
board has nothing to do with the "re "reform
form "reform school" at Marianna. Marion
county people know without telling
that a board of which Ed. Wartmann
was a member would never stand for
such an institution as that at Mar Marianna.;'
ianna.;' Marianna.;' i"

Before the war there were eight
great powers America, Austria,
Britain and the British Empire,
France, Germany Italy, Japan and
Russia. Now there are five America,
Britain, France, Italy and Japan and
these five will insist on running
things until the world has resumed
its normal condition.

being fitted for the tourist season.
The government has taken over the
Silver Springs, the third boat of the
Carmichael fleet, and will keep it un until
til until the after-war work is over. Mr.
Carmichael expects tourist travel to
be heavy this year and he intends to
do his best to give all who come this
way every facility for seeing the ro romantic
mantic romantic and beautiful Oklawaha.

CORRECTIONS IN THE
WAR WORK LIST

The Star regrets that it missed the
name of R. S. Hall in the list of those
subscribers giving $500 which was
furnished it on the 12th instant.
The original subscription of R. R.
Carroll to the United War 'Work fund
was $75. The card was read $25 and
so published. It was published yes yesterday
terday yesterday as $75 but has since been in increased
creased increased to $100, which is the. correct
sum.

WHY SHOULDN'T MARION
HAVE THIS FLAG

It is said that at least a million
American soldiers must remain on
duty until all the terms of peace are
carried out. Among them are many
Marion county boys. Let Marion
county give liberally so that the com comforts
forts comforts we owe them may not proceed
from the bounty of others.
Our correspondent at Shady had a
iiard time during the "flu'V epidemic,
but we are glad to know the visits of
the Star brightened the weary days
for her a little. We never feel so
proud of our work Is when we are
assured it has shed some sunlight
into the life of a friend. ;

Everybody will be intersted to know
that two boats of the Daylight Line
tKe Wekiwa and the. City of Ocala
are again at their old home in the
Silver Springs basin, where they are

Department Director R. H. King
will present an United States flag to
the county subscribing the largest
percentage over its quota to United
War Work. The flag will be present presented
ed presented to the county through the state
chairman. The decision as to win winning
ning winning county is left entirely to th
state chairman and director.
The following wire has just been
received from J. R. Mott regarding
naming of huts in France:
"Newspapers and publicity bureau
recently made announcement concern concerning
ing concerning naming of Jhuts overseas for cer certain
tain certain states making records. I would
advise following arrangement as' hav having
ing having been agreed upon, namely, the
naming of eleven huts overseas to be
divided as follows: Six Y. M. C. A.,
three Knights of Columbus, one Jew Jewish
ish Jewish Welfare Board, one Salvation
Army. Privilege of giving name of
state to hut will go to the eleven sub subscribing
scribing subscribing largest percentage over
th,eir original quota.
, J. Herbert Wilson,
State Director.

Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack package;
age; package; ten cent? at Gerig's Drugstore.

DAVIS' CARRIAGE PAINTS
are colors ground in cough, elastic
Coach Varnish and one coat will make
your faded automobile or carriage
look like new. They are easy to ap apply
ply apply and dry with a strong, high gloat
clinching Enamel finish. Made for
wear and tea. 2-8
For Sale fly
THE MARION HARDWARE CO,
Ocala. Florida

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SpHE United War Work Campaign of
JL these societies is merely another indi indication
cation indication 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
thess agencies has rnde for itself in the
hearts of all of us gives me confidence to
believe that the united campaign will be
crowned with abundant success.
Woodrow Wilson

UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN

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and now they

want to study it!

France

'are going to have a chance to study his-

JL tory at first-hand as soon as peace comes. And

they are going to have a chance to study lots of
other things from cooking to carpentry, from elec electricity
tricity electricity to economics, from tailoring to telegraphy,
from civics to cobbling, from art to agriculture.
That's going to be the big job of these United
War Work organizations as soon as peace is de declared.
clared. declared. : ; J '.;;.
Under the direction of the Army, plans have beien
worked out to let our fighters go to school to give
men vocational and technical training that will fit
them to earn more when they return than they did
before they left to open up the English and French
universities for higher education to organize cor correspondence
respondence correspondence courses so that however isolated a man
may be, he can benefit by these advantages.
While they are right on the ground they will be
able to visit places where European history has been
made.
Instructors will be drawn from the Army and a
! thousand civilians are sailing for France to supple supplement
ment supplement the mighty force of educators now iri France.
This is but one phase of the plans for demobiliza demobilization
tion demobilization to make the change from military back to
civil life a period of profit for our fighters. It is only
one reason for you to give more thai) you thought
you would, for the work of these organizations will
never cease until the last of our fighters is safely
back at home.

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EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, N&VEMBER 14, 1918

SANITATION IS A MATTER
OF CO-OPERATION
CO-OPERATE With
The neighbor on each side of
you; the neighbor behind you.
RESULT:
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
over 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.
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 impression
sion impression on strangers? Clean up.
Wanted! A committee of Boy
Scouts to remove old signs and
so impiove the appearance of
our streets.
Ocala Board of Health

Of course you are go gong
ng gong to the fair. In
order to. enjoy the
sights, have your eyes

properly corrected NOW.
Dr. K. J. Weihe
Eyesight Specialist
G radu ate. Optometrist
With Weihe Co., Jewelers, Ocala, Fla.

IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE
what Ready-Mixed Paint you Tuy or
at what price; you pay for the Jin Jin-seed
seed Jin-seed Oil it contains at paint price and
have to guess whether it is Pur or
Adulterated. When you use

the condition changes, since 2-4- is
tall paint and is made to stand the ad addition
dition addition of one gallon or more of Pure
Linseed Oil which YOU BUY YOUR
SELF at oil price the result is two
gallons Pure Linseed Oil Paint- and
in addition, a saving to you of about
1-11 At- A A?

one aoiiar on uie transaction.
HOW DO YOU LIKE THE IDEA T
for Sale By
THE MARION HARDWARE CO
; Ocala, Florid

YOU CALL A DOCTOR
Because
HE IS A GOOD DOCTOR
SEND MS PRESCRIPTIONS
To The I
COURT PHARMACY j
For the Same Reason I

BEm HOT WATER'.''.
HMHK IDF iron
' POWFEELMffilT

Says glass of hot water with
phosphate before breakfast
washes out poisons.

It you wake up with a bad taste, bad

breath and tongue is coated; if your
head is dull or aching; if what you eat
sours and forms gas and acid in stom stomach,
ach, stomach, or you are bilious, constipated,
nervous, sallow and can't get feeling
just right, begin inside bathing. Drink
before breakfast, a glass of real hot
water with a teaspoonful of limestone
phosphate in it. This will flush the
poisons and toxins from stomach, liver,
kidneys and ..bowels and cleanse,
sweeten and purify the entire alimen alimentary
tary alimentary tract. Do your inside bathing inv
mediately upon arising in the morning
to wash out of the system all the pre previous
vious previous day's poisonous waste, gases and
sour bile bef6re putting more food into
the stomach.
To feel like young folks feel; like
you felt before your blood, nerves and
muscles became loaded with body im impurities,
purities, impurities, get from your pharmacist a
quarter pound of limestone phosphate
which is inexpensive and almost taste tasteless,
less, tasteless, except for a sourish twinge which
is not unpleasant.
Just as soap and hot water act cm
the skin, cleansing, sweetening and
freshening, so hot water and limestone
- phosphate act on the stomach, liver,
kidneys and bowels. Men and women
who are usually constipated, bilious,
headachy or have any stomach dis disorder
order disorder should begin this inside bathini
before breakfast. They are assured
they will become real cranks on the
subject shortly.

OGALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
If You Have Any News for this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Five Double-One
or Two-Seven

To Dad
They think of us soldiers as heroes,
And praise our names to the skies;
They have tears for the one who is
wounded,
And prayers for the one who dies.
They write songs of our pals and our
sweethearts,
And mothers so brave and so sad;
But name a great singer or poet
Who's mentioned a word about dad.
Poor dad, with his check book and
troubles,
He hasnt a look-in- at all
It's mother and pal and sweetheart, ;
And Sammy, who answered the call,
But dad must be thinking and work working,
ing, working,
In a store, or mine, or a mill,

To get the old round iron dollars

To pay the big family bill.
He buys new bonds by the dozen, j
Though his shoes are run down at
the heels:

And his overcoat's bid and looks
shabby,
But you never hear old daddy
squeal.
He doesn't write much of a letter
To his boy who is going to France;
But sends him a crisp five or ten spot,
Whenever he has a good chance;
And evenings when reading his paper
And smoking his pipe or cigar.
He thinks of his boy clad in khaki khaki-Says,
Says, khaki-Says, "I hope it is well vhere you
are."
Now, I think just a lot of my mother,
She's written each day t I've been

gone; -And
my pals and my frieryJs and my
sweetheart
Have all helped to cheer me along;
But my dad is as good and as human,
And sometimes I certaiuJv feel

That as my dad has to pa;? and, work

every day, J
I don't think he gets a jsiauare deal.
The foregoing was written by an

unknown soldier, who dic:d in a hos

pital in France.

Rev. W. H. Wrighton vill preach at

Martel Sunday afternoon at 3:30.

m m
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. M;Cully of Fel

lowship were business visitors in the
city yesterday.

Mrs. William Barrett and little

daughter, Stella are spending today
in Gainesville, the gueats of Mrs. Bar Barrett's;
rett's; Barrett's; mother, Mrs. Ed wards.

Mrs. Kate Brinkljy, Mrs. Jake

Brown' and Mrs. J. R. Moorhead

formed a pleasant pa,rty motoring to
Gainesville today.

;
Dr. and Mrs. V. M Moody arrived

yesterday from Tarn a for a few
days' visit at the home of Col. and

Mrs. R. F. Rogers.

.
Mr. and Mrs. Nath an Mavo of Sum-

merfield, motored to ; Gainesville this

afternoon. They wisre accompanied

by Mrs. J. W. Davis The party will
return to Ocala tonight. J

Mrs. C. E. Winsfc on will commence

her regular before f Christmas duties

at The Book Shop at a somewhat
earlier date than ui sual this year, be

ginning Monday m orning and con

tinuing until after the holiday rush.

Among the pro minent representa

tives in our city j resterday from Mc Mcintosh
intosh Mcintosh .were Mr. I md Mrs. Rush and
daughter, Miss M; yrtice Rush, Mrs.

Flewellen, Mrs. W illiam Gist, Mrs. M.

Gist and Miss Rubecca Gist.

During the absence of Mrs. E. A.
Osborne at the general federation, to

which she goes ; as a delegate next

week, Mrs. Osborne's sistern-law,

Mrs. McKay oi Morriston, will re

main in town larith little Miss Flora

McKay and Mr Willard Steele. v

arrival, she was tendered an invita invitation,
tion, invitation, which she gladly accepted and
it made her feel very much at home.
She is delighted with her work.

Mrs. C. W. Hunter returned yes

terday from acksonville, where she
has been via iting relatives, going

especially to 'see her brother, Lieut.

Bert Maloney who is expecting to

leave at an es ,rly date for Camp Han

cock and pro! jably for oversea duty.

Our OakvaJe corresDondent tells us

of the deatli of Miss Hattie Smith.
Many Ocala ,; people will greatly re regret
gret regret to hear of the, death of Miss
Hattie, who a few years ago was one
of the mos t efficient and popular of
Rheinauer' clerks.

Conservation Day at the Woman's
, Club
A program of unusual interest will
be enjoyed at the Woman's Club Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon, November 16, which
U "Conservation Day." The program
will be in charge of the combined

committees, parks and driveways,
m a m mm

airs, jtiaugns, chairman; forestry,
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, chairman; ani animal
mal animal protection, Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe.

chairman, and is as follows:

Song, America.
Business meeting.
Talk by Dr. Carl Weihe. on "The

Cure and Protection of Children's
Eyes."

Conservation talk, by Mrs. Moor

head.

Solo, by Miss Porter.
Talk by Mrs. L. W. Duval, local

conservation chairman..

Address on conservation, a messaee

from Mr. Clarence Camp, county food

administrator, through Mrs. Charles
Lloyd.

Social half -hour.
The funeral services of Mrs. Lam

bert were held from her residence in

Reddick yesterday 'afternoon, this

estimable lady Having passed away

Tuesday. Mclver & MacKay had
charge of the arrangements.

m m

Mrs. G. T. Maughs ,chairman in
charge of the nut display in the com community
munity community exhibit gotten up by the edu educational
cational educational committee of the Woman's
Club at the fair, wishes to have as
large a variety of nuts as possible in
her collection and will be glad if eve every
ry every child in the city will aid in this
collection, bringing a handful of each
variety to Mrs. Maughs or telephon telephoning
ing telephoning her in regard to this. The prizes
will be distributed among the schools.
Mrs. Maughs will be out of town'next
week and will appreciate this collec collec-tio
tio collec-tio nof nuts being sent in immediate immediately.
ly. immediately. Mrs. Sue Mclver, who has for so
many weeks been in constant attend attendance
ance attendance at the bedside of Mrs. D. T. Mc Mclver,
lver, Mclver, left yesterday for a stay of some
length with relatives at Irvin. Dur During
ing During her absence she expects to enjoy
a fishing and hunting trip with
friends, if Mrs. Mclver's condition
continues to improve.
,
Miss Marguerite Moore, who has
been quite sick since arriving here
from Tamoa. is now improving.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)

OCALA MARBLE WORKS

mm

MANUFACTURERS OF
MARBLE AND GRANITE

MONUMENTS & HEADSTONES. $

Granite, Marble and Cement Fencing
and Ail Kinds of Cemetery Work.
Let Us Quote You Prices.
E.W. LMVEVGOOD, Manager
Yard N. Magnolia St. Ocala, Florida

oft

Take care of your feet. If they are j Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack-

giving you trouble, have them ex

amined by M. M. Little, the only foot
specialist in Gcala. No cost to you. tf

For expert piano tuner phone 427.

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

Mr. and !Mrs. B. C. Withers and Mr.
and Mrs. George were prominent
Morriston people in the city yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. -Will iston also sent the follow following
ing following subst antial representatives: Mr.
and Mrs. ) C. C. Rawls Jr., Mrs. Gornto
and Mrs. ; Fletcher, the latter a sister
of Mrs. I C. G. Peek and who was her

guest for j the day.

Missel ; Ruth Ervin and Ernestine
Brooks left todav. the former going

to Was! lington to visit her, sister,

Miss Suisie Ervin, who is in the em employ
ploy employ of : the erovernment, and the lat

ter stoj pping in Savannah, where she
will be the guest of her sister, Mrs.

Eugene i Swindell. Miss Ervin win
also vi sit for a few days in Savannah
with 9 Irs. Swindell on her way back

from 1 Washington

TrfH -ot-c Kovo Wn received in this

city fj rom Miss Hannay Tllis, who ar-

rived; safely m Savannan ana was
most ; cordially received at Telfair
hospi tal by the corps of nurses. A
pleas ant party for the nurses being
on a t the hospital the evening of her

g the 'War!

Morale, Is Winflin

AN American is capturing a Hunnot because h?
' any heavier or stronger or older or bigger, but
just because he has the fighting spirit which bis
enemy is losing.
That's morale.
" Where are those Germans? Let's get at 'entt n
yelled an American before Chateau-Thierry. He was go
ing under fire for the first time. He was wild to get there 1
"We are constantly on the alert and are -afraid the
Americans are going to attack," wrote a German to hjj
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 slaves
of the Government." Now he is a prisoner, too.
Every despatch from France brings new proof jof
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
dent!

' 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 f
. The fleerf it Tor a gum Jp greater than ny lift ever uked tor
5VfrT0r,d began. Th Government has fixed this sum at
-Jy fivin !?. "f 'eveo. rtfc60M Q once, the cost and
Sort of six additional campaigns is saved.
Unlets- Americans do five twice as much as ever before, our
soldier and sailors mar not cnioy during 1919 their:
1 MO MJufM Bf$ wpplying 5.000.000 books
izrl i Mov' Fll 65 Hostess Houses
' i i?lm.SW Stn' 15,000 Big-brother "Secretaries"
2,000 Athletic Directors Millions of dollara oi home comforts
When you give double, you make sore that every fighter has (be
cheer and comforts of these seven organizations very step of the way
from borne to the front and back again. You provide hira with
cP"rN ,Uctre, cheerful home, a store, a-school, a club and aa
athleue field and a knowledge that the Calk back home are with him.
heart and soul I
You have loaned your money to supply their physical neads.
Now give to. maintain the Morala that U winning tnt. .art

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. A
It comes later, too, when a man has been off in some
lonely camp for weeks, when the war itself seems mib3
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-Mans
Mans No-Mans Land.
That's when the men and women of your organiza organizations
tions organizations overseas can, show our

fighters that they aren't for forgotten,
gotten, forgotten, that home is follow follow-ing
ing follow-ing them up to the guns.
" 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
victory pitch.
On you, this week, depends
this question of morale.
These are the seven recog recognized
nized recognized activities through which
the Government enablesyou
to stand behind your fight fighters.
ers. fighters. Their talue depends on
just how much you, as an
individual, will give to help
them hasten victory. Give as
you never gave before Give
. for morale1

UNITED WAR WORIC CAMPAIGN

This SpaceIDonated by

FRANK'S:

" The Fashion Center



OCALA, EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1918

Mr. Frank Anthony is here from
Sarasota for a visit to his mother.

A freight train'wreck at Lochloosa
delayed the southbound mail today.
Let us supply your TOILET AR ARTICLES.
TICLES. ARTICLES. Our line is complete, and
the prices always reasonable. The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. tf
After a long struggle with the grip,
Mr. L. R. Chazil is able to be out
again.

Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Lindner will
move in day or so to the first floor
of the Bell flats, and Miss Annie Joe
Law will make her home with them.

A Hi

The county judge has issued a mar marriage
riage marriage license to Mr. Eddie Griffin and
Miss Eva Savage.
White Bermuda Onion plants 20
cents per 100, $1.50 per 1000. Bitting
& Co., N. Magnolia St., Phone 14. 6t
Harry Woodward of Martel was in
town today, appearing before the
local board for examination.

A "carte postale" brings us the
good news that Julian Bullock has
been looking over the Pantheon and
the other instructive places in Paris.
A letter received from Private

Fred Wellhoner says he lives Franc

very well and will like it better as
soon as he can understand French
well enough to talk with the girls.
Cecil McLeod sends his father a
kodak picture of himself and two
comrades at the foot of a tre in the
Argonne. Since them Shorty and the
other boys have made the Hun climb
a tree.

(Continued from Third Page)

Mrs. A. D. Mitchell of Sumemrfield
is the guest of Mrs. J. W. Davis at
her home on Oklawaha avenue."

There has been no change in orders
for sending Christmas boxes to sol soldiers
diers soldiers in France. Three' pounds each
thru the Red Cross.

The Star is glad to know that our
Ocala men profit somewhat by Mr.
McAdoo's promise to raise the wages
of the railway telegraphers.

Mclver.&Macfiay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47. 104. SOS
OCALA, FLORIDA

lfav ,fM CP5 Economy
fe ,a?r1a Every Cake

L.ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL 'CARPENTER
AND BUILDER

Careful Estimates made on .all Con

tract work. Give? More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.

Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack package,
age, package, ten cents at Gerig's Drugstore.
Mr. H. D. Nelson, for several years
the efficient steward of the Daylight
Line, who has been with the boats in
Jacksonville since May, is in the city,
helping to fit the vessels for the tour tourist
ist tourist season.

Amonc the severely wounded re-

ported in yesterday's casualty list is

Private Franklin iratill, son or Kev.
Howard Dutill of Umatilla. Rev. Du Du-till
till Du-till was pastor of the Qcala Metho Methodist
dist Methodist church eighteen years ago.
A petition is being circulated by
the railroad men, asking that the
freight depots be allowed to close eve every
ry every afternoon at four and on Satur Saturdays
days Saturdays at one p. m. Most of our busi business
ness business men are signing it.
. -in
Dr Grace Whitford of the Bureau
of Education of Children's welfare of
the State Board of Health has been
in the city, to take a look at the
state's crippled wards at the Marion
County Hospital. She was much
pleased with what she saw.
Miss Adela Ax did not accompany
her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Christian
Ax. She was taking a course in steno stenography
graphy stenography and typewriting, in order to

help in war work, and tho' the war

has ended remains in Baltimore to
finish it. She will come to Ocala in
time for Christmas.

W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat, Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf

Miss Bessie Rutherford of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, spent Wednesday in Ocala, on
business connected with her hem

stitching parlor.

GIVE THANKS
TO THE LORD
And Your Country For the Glory
of Our Arms by Buying War Sav

ings Stamps This Month:
OCALA ECE &PAC&MG
COMPANY f

mX SAVINGS STAMPS
ISSUED BY THE.
UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT

H o sj F
jj ADHIQN

y

Mc Laren's Imperial Cheese,
Mc Laren's Deviled Cheese,
Mc Laren's Chile Cheese,
Pineapple Cheese, Edam Cheese.
Dried Figs, -Seedless
Raisins, s
New Seeded Raisins,
Dromedary Dates.
Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel.
TT PICKLES
, . .
Bulk, Dills, Sweet Mixed, CJiow Chow and
V Sweet Relish.
COOKING APPLES
65c Peck.

0. K. TEAPOT -GROCERY
Phones 16 & 174.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
RATES: Six line maximum, one
time 25c.; three times 50c.; six times
75c.; one month 3. Payable In advance.

Mrs. R. B. Detwiler, the Star's

capable correspondent at Orange
Springs, spent Monday afternoon and
Tuesday morning in the city.

-Mr. T. P. Drake came in last night
from Yalaha to remain with Mrs.
Drake till Saturday, when she will ac accompany
company accompany him home for the week end.
'
Mr. Perry Pedrick has arrived from

Jacksonville, where he has been

working in the shipyards, and is the

guest of her mother, Mrs. J. L. Ped

rick at her home on Sanchez street.

Our men over in France will need
good, warm sweaters this winter.
Knit as many for them as you can.
Miss Mary McDowell, at the Rei
Cross office in the board of trade
room has official instructions for knit knitting
ting knitting sweaters. Call on her as quickly
as you can.
Mrs. C W. Long is visiting Lieut.
Long's relatives at Mayo, and during
her absence Mrs. J. G. Swaim is as assisting
sisting assisting Mr. M. Little in his compact
and comprehensive shoe emporium.
Lieut. Long's ship is off on a voyage,
whether to France, England or Arch Archangel,
angel, Archangel, only the navy department and
the men aboard of her know.
.--
Mrs." R. J. Rivers has returned
from Jacksonville on account of the
illness of her daughter, Agnes. Mrs.
Rivers expects to return to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville next week, if her little girl im improves
proves improves sufficiently to be carried there,
and will remain with Mr. Rivers for
several weeks. Mr. Rivers is now do doing
ing doing a large business in that city, both
of his mills. running full time.
There was lots of fun, much per perplexity
plexity perplexity and just enough danger to
give a spice in "Believe Me, Xan Xan-tippe,"
tippe," Xan-tippe," the Temple's last evening
feature. The Drew comedy faithful faithfully
ly faithfully portrayed the behavior of some
not all Ocala husbands when their
wives are away. Bewitching Billy

Burke will appear in the "Pursuit of

Folly" this evening, and the Pathe

News will follow.
m m
Mrs. Alonzo McMullin, who has
been spending the past six weeks in
New York city, visiting her sister,
Mrs. Thompson, formerly of Tampa,
is now in Greenville, S. C, visiting
her sister-in-law and will remain
there for several weeks. While in
New York Mrs. McMullin suffered
with a light attack of influenza.
Tampa Tribune.
Mrs. McMullin was formerly Miss
Jeffords of this city.

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
WANTED One combination electric
and telephone man; also two linemen.
Address Prairie Pebble Phosphate
Co., Mulberry, Fla. Il-l4-4t

LOST Key ring with hook and two
keys attached. Finder please return
to Star office. l2-4t
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
$35c; single-edge 25c. T. C. Peacock,
707 Franklin St., Tampa, Fla. 9-lm

i Have Your $
A W all

W: Winter Bedding Cleaned Now. $

& .

Blankets, Comforts, Etc.

ISiHffiraW ft I

FAIR PT,Af!AT?n3 Tf n will

- - .wj- w J W A t UVVU
any placards for your exhibits at the
fair, place your orders early. Don't
wait until the fair opens, then rush to
at ii a t

luc piiuwst iur mem, as mere is al always
ways always a rush at that time. The Star, tf
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
barbershop. ll-5-6tf
USED CAR BARGAINS

One 1918 Ford touring, selt-starter.
One 1914 Ford touring, new top,
newly painted.
One 1916 Dodge roadster; new top,
A-l shape.
One 1916 Dodge touring; new tires,
newly painted.
AUTO SALES CO.,
Ocala, Fla., Phone 348. 9-6t

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
county, Florida, in chancery, in which
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

Jccunty court house, in Ocala, Florida,

on
Monday, December 2nd. 1918
between the hours of 11 Q'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.
r; D. Niel Ferguson,
L. W. Duval, Special Master.
Complainant's Solicitor. 11-1-Fri

EVROI

CH

ET

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
Ocala

TELEPHONE No. 4
Florida

Chevrolet j "Four-Ninety',',, Touring Car, $830, Delivered at Ocala

Put an Ad in the Star

BIG DAYS
AND
NIGHTS

M AMON COUNTY

F A fl

OCALA, FLA.
'NOVEMBER'.
19, 20, 21, 22

1

Aft EDUCATIONAL, INDUSTRIAL! AGRICULTURAL EXPOSITION
BIG LIVE STOCK EXHIBIT POULTRY. FRUIT AND PLAST iDHSPLAYS AND DEMONSTRATION

4 BIG FREE ACTS 4
. FEATURING
Rhoda Royal's Trained Elephants
erris Wheel Girls With
Five Other Biff Acts

HARNESS AND RUNNING
R'AC E

EVERY AFTERNOON. 2 O'CLOCK
BRING THE FAMILY

NEWTONS
GORGEOUS FIRE WORKS
NIGHT AND DAYLIGHT
DISPLAY

THE ELEVENTH ANNUAL FAIR FOR THE BETTERMENT OF OUR COUNTY
ONE MILE OF SPECIAL NEW AMUSEMENT FEATURES
. the WdDMJED at HOME cSv

EX POSITION SIOW.

20 BIG NEW CLEAN AND UP TO DATE ATTRACTIONS 20
350 PEOPLE. 2 BANDS. 100 HOSRES AND ANIMALS. 32 SPECIAL CARS,

HAGER'S
BIG AUTO DROME
SEE THE DAREDEVILS

.POLACK'S
UNDER WATER
DIVING GIRLS

MABEL MACK'S
BIG COMEDY MULE
CIRCUS

E
E

RHODA ROYAL'S
BIG TRAINED WILD
ANIMAL CIRCUS

WEBB'S
BIG CIRCUS SIDE
SHOW

CHAMBERS'
BIG CITY 3ILNSTREL
THE BEST EVER

5

E

SUPERB A
THE SHOW BEAUTIFUL
PRETTY GIRLS

UNDERGROUND
CHINATOWN
THEY ALL TALK ABOUT IT

AN AGGREGATION ASSEMBLED FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD

DIRECT FROMjTHE NATIONAL EXPOSITION TOROi' JTO CANADA.
REMEMBER THE DATES. ARRANGE TO COME and BRII VG THE FAMILY
WORLD AT HOME ALL AMERICAN. BAN D
EVERYBODY WELCOME. BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER

ALL
FOR
FUN

FUN
FOR
ALL

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