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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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. Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and
Saturday, except probably rain in
northwest portion; warmer tonight in
north portion..
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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1918.
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Secretary Baker Congratulates Per Pershing
shing Pershing and Says Soldiers Shall
Come Home Soon
Calls for Representation of Working Working-men
men Working-men at the Peace Con Con-f
f Con-f ference
Crews of Hun Submarines Prefer
Imperial Banner to the
Red Flag
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Fosn't So Indifferent After
About Election in
Michigan
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Washington, Nov. 15 Congratula Congratulations
tions Congratulations and expressions of the nation's
proud esteem were cabled to General
Pershing for the American Army in
France today, by Secretary Baker,
with the promise that' now a respite
has come, the war department will do
all in its power to expedite the early
return of the expeditionary forces, so
the country may welcome the soldiers
home.

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THE MARKED PATH

New Spanish Cabinet Will Maintain
the Policy that has Proven Re Reliable
liable Reliable for Sixteen Years
Madrid, Nov. 15. (By Associated
Press.) At the -first meeting of the
new .Spanish ministry this week, it
was unanimously decided after the
. address of Premier Romanones to
continue the policy initiated in 1902,
and reaffirmed in 1907 and 1913. The.
ministry issued a note saying the new
government will be directed in a
democratic spirit, and guaranteeing
that order will be maintained thruout
Spain. V
PAN-AMERICAN PA LEVER
Gompers at Laredo Conferring With
the Greasers' v
(Associated Press)
Laredo, Nov. 15. The discussion of
peace, principles, submitted by Samu Samuel
el Samuel Gompers as the program of organ organized
ized organized labor in the United States, and
which he wishes embraced in an in international
ternational international peace treaty, is expected
to occupy much of the time of, the
Pan-American labor conference here
today. ": :,' .j v J?-
CENSORSHIP CEASES
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 15. Distinuance
of the press censorship in connection
with cable, postal and telegraph land
lines is effective at once, it was an announced
nounced announced today. r
ARMISTICE TERMS BEING
RAPIDLY CARRIED OUT
j (Associated Press)
Paris, Nov. 15. The naval terms
of the German and Austrian armis armistices
tices armistices are being carried out rapidly.
COTTON PRICES AGAIN CLIMB
(Associated Press) Jt;.
New York, Nov. 15. Cotton ad advanced
vanced advanced ten dollars a bale thin morn morning.
ing. morning. The advances are attributed to
heavy covering by some of the big
short lines Held by Liverpool.
THEY NEEDN'T TRAIN v
UNLESS THEY WANT TO
. lAsauciaiea xressj
Washington, Nov. 15. Candidates
for commissions in V' central officers
training schools, the war department
has announced, may be discharged
from the army immediately, if they
desire. -;
. . . .
SURVIVORS OF THE YENRUT
(Associated Press)
Miami, Nov. 15. Captain Fenser
and twelve other survivors f of the
small American steamer Yenrut,
which foundered Sunday off the Ba Bahamas,
hamas, Bahamas, arrived here after rowing 160
miles in an open. boat. Five of the
crew who are missing 'are believed to
have lost their; lives.
MOSS BLUFF
Moss Bluff, Nov. 12, Flu or no
flu, we are going to have a chance to
attend the 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."
Wonder where the cotton price has
gone ? Guess some one has thrown
it in the waste basket. Do, for good
ness sake, hunt it up.
Mr.' Oliver Fort was out Monday
helping to get money up for the sew
ing society. Hope this drive will be
successful. v
The farmers are preparing to grind
cane, we are expecting to nave a
cold spell some time soon. Then it
will be cane grinding time.
The pride of the Court Pharmacy is
its prescription department. Every
prescription is carefully compounded
as ordered by your paysician NO
SUBSTITUTION allowed. Phone 234.

(Associated Press)

London, Thursday, Nov. 14- The
labor conference .today adopted a. res
olution demanding that labor be rep represented
resented represented at the official peace confer conference
ence conference and that the international labor
congress sit concurrently.
Landed from their Airplanes in Big
German City Yesterday
Afternoon
(Associated Press) v
London, Nov. 15. American air airmen
men airmen landed at Cologne, on the Rhine,
Thursday, according to a Cologne dis dispatch
patch dispatch to the Copenhagen Politiken.
Americans
Going to
quarters
Hun Head-
London, Nov. 15, 11 :31 a. ml An
American mission will leave on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday for Spa, German headquarters,
according to a French wireless re received
ceived received here.
PRESIDENT RECOMMENDED
TO HOLD PRICES
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 15. The s price
fixing committee of the war indus industries
tries industries board has recommended to the
president that the present cotton fab fabric
ric fabric prices be continued until January
1st. After that date no further ac action
tion action with regard to cotton fabric
prices will be taken by the commit committee.
tee. committee. EXPLOSION AT EASTOVER
Several Lives Lost in an Accident
Near Columbia, S. C.
(Associated Press)
Columbia, Nov. 15. Four bodies
have been recovered and it is feared
other lives were lost as the result of
an explosion in the boiler ginhouse
at Eastover, near here, this morning.
Several buildings were demolished.
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'R U ADAMS JR.
The death angel visted the home of
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Adams yesterday
and bore from their midst their lit little
tle little sbn, B. L. Adams. Jr. The little
fellow accidentally fell from the door doorstep
step doorstep the day before, receiving a blow
on his head, causing death after a
few hours of unconsciousness. The
little body was shipped to Lake city
todays for burial. Sympathy is ex extended
tended extended to the bereaved parents in
their hour of sorrow. 1
FLAG WILL BE
' V t LOWERED AT SUNSET
Fire Chief Chambers requests the
Star to announce that the flag on the
public square will be lovered at sun
set from now 'until the lengthening
of the days bring sundown to six
o'clock again. The signal will be the
same six taps on the fire bell.
J
BUTTER AND CHEESE
(Official Order 11-9-18)
1. All retail dealers handling but
ter are hereby notified that there has
been a charge allowing the margin of
profit on butter to be raised from five
and six cents per pound to six and
seven cents per pound.
2. All retail dealers i handling
cheese are hereby notified that the J
margin of profit is advanced from
six and seven cents per' pound to sev seven
en seven and eight cents per pound.
3. Fractional sales of butter and
cheese at the same rate of profit.
Clarence Camp,
Marion County Food Administrator.
ORANGE SPRINGS
Orange Springs, Nov. 14. Mr. and
Mrs. Kramer, who arrived here from
Michigan a short time ago and have
been stopping at W. H. Lippscomb's,
left for Palatka last Thursday eve
ning. Mr. Kramer has accepted a po
sition there in a machine shop.
The Woman's Club of Orange
Springs ''was entertained Wednesday
at dinner by Mrs. C. V. Sholl.
Mr. John Livingston and daughter,
Mrs. J. McCarley motored over from
Boardman Wednesday. They came
to bring home Mr. and Mrs. Detwiler,
who spent the early part of the week
in Boardman.
Mr. Townsend and Mr. Cone, both
of Laek Butler, were in town Sun
day, stopping at Mr. Townsend's res
idence here.
MrsR. B. Detwiler spent two days
in Ocala this week on Red Cross busi
ness.
The members of the local A. R. C.
held their weekly meeting Saturday
afternoon. Owing to not having any
sugar, nothing was offered for sale
The barrel of oysters ordered for
Saturday's sale failed to arrive.

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V (Associated Press) 1 ' .9 -London,
Nov. 15. The crews of

German submarines at a mass meet meeting
ing meeting at Brunsbuttel, according to a
Copenhagen dispatch to the Daily
Express, resolved to oppose the revo revolution
lution revolution and reinstate their officers.
They decided to fly the national flag
instead of the red flag.
INFORMATION ABOUT THE
MARION COUNTY FAIR
Grandstand
The fair management t- has been
busy for the past five weeks making
repairs and getting the fair grounds
in condition for the coming fair. At
this writing the work is nearing com com-pletition,
pletition, com-pletition, and everything will be in
good shape by the time the gates are
opened next Tuesday. We would
especially call the attention of the
people to the fact that the grand
stand has been rebuilt and is abso
lutely safe.
Changes
The"educational department will be
in the building formerly occupied by
the fancy work. Community exhibits
will be in the industrial building un
der the grand stand.
Community Exhiibt
Those communities who will com
pete for the community exhibit prize
should so inform the secretary as soon
as possible. All entries for commu community
nity community exhibit must be placed together
in booths assigned to the several com communities
munities communities -exhibiting.
Each community will appoint some
one from their community to decor decorate,
ate, decorate, arrange and take full charge of
their booth. This ? person will be re required
quired required to produce affidavit that all ar articles
ticles articles contained in the exhibit are
products of said community.
Units comprising community ex
hibits cannot compete in individual
classes. Neither will any individual
exhibit placed outside the community
t A 1 H f 1 i J
doom De anowea to compete in com
munity exhibit. :
All community booths must be
completed and turned over to the fair
association not later than 9 a. m.
Tuesday morning, Nov. 19, and may
not be : dismantled until Saturday
morning, 9 a. m., Nov. 23.
The committee on community ex
hibits will be the trustees of the
schools of the communities exhibiting
and the prize money will be divided
among the schools of the winning
comnf unity.
Prizes
Best community exhibit, $250.
Second best exhibit, $50.
V Score Card
Quantity, uniformity . . .300 points
Arrangement, appearance 200 points
Quality, marketability .300 points
Variety, adaptability ... .200 points
The fair premium list contains a
list of the committees throughout the
county who will be responsible for
community exhibits from the several
communities.
Owing to the fact that in most
cases the trustees of the schools were
especially busy men it was found
necessary to increase the committee
in each case. Wherever the trustees
find it impossible to serve the fail
board reserves the right to appoint
members of the committee in their
stead.
Owing to sickness some communi communities
ties communities have been unable to come in on
the community exhibits, but have
promised to help generously with the
general exhibit. We wish to urge the
necessity of every one doing all in
their power for, the general exhibit
us well as helping their community
to win the community prize.
It has also been found necessary
to group some of the smaller pre
cincts with their larger neighbors in
order to help them in getting up their
exhibit. But where such groups are
formed each precinct must furnish its
part of the exhibit and will share in
the prize.
Name and address of each exhib exhibitor
itor exhibitor must appear on each exhibit.
No' article outside of decorations
may be bought.
Each booth will be in charge of a
practical farmer, chosen from the
general committee of the communi communities
ties communities exhibiting, in order to give out
correct information in regard to pro products
ducts products and localities.
: There will be no objection to put putting
ting putting anything that you may wish in
your booth but reward will be made
on agricultural products only. To
make this a little plainer would say
that fancy work may be included, also
an animal or fowl, but these would
not add to your chance of winning.
While you are in Ocala visiting the
fair be Sure to call at the Style Hat
Shon and see the elegant line of
Baby Caps now on display. M. & C.
Bank building. 14-5t
The "Easeall" Shoe, a perfect arch
protecting shoe, at Little's Shoe Par
lor. 24-tf
White Bermuda Onion plants 20
cents per 100, $1.50 per 10C3. Bitting

& Co., N. Magnolia St., Phcie 14. 6t

On behalf of the United War Work Campaign,' special recognition is
given of Marion county's great interest in the present drive. Word has
just come from state headquarters that the state of Florida is far behind
in the drive, and that unless strenuous efforts are put forth during the
three remaining days of the drive, Florida will come out behind. .. On act
count of the epidemic in some of the counties in this district the work has
been greatly handicapped, and it is hoped that old Marion county will have
a considerable "Over the Top" margin to take care of some of our- sick
neighbors. As jret we have not readied our own quota. This, together
with the fact that it is incumbent upon us to have a safemargin for the
sake of other counties which are moreseriously handicapped, makes it
urgently necessary that the workers in this drive give undivided attention
to thi swork from now until Monday night, when the drive ends. It is
even more important that those good people who have not yet subscribed
do their full part and do not wait until they are urged to do it. If this
means you, call on one of the committeemen at once and recruit yourself
for our boys "Over There." We want no slackers -and we should have a
100 per cent army of volunteers in this work. Back up our boys and make
this drive as great a success as our boys made their drive "Over the Top"
in France. 2- '."v

I'EIEII HELP 111
Ocala Pledges Taken November 14.
Solicitors, Mrs. H. M. JKamptoa,
Mrs. Harry Hokorab and, Miss
Mabel Meffert,
One Hundred Dollars: Mrs. T. E.
Bridges, A Lady Friend.
Seventy-Five Dollars: Mrs. W. T.
Gary-- ;'
Fifty Dollars: Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Cam, Mrs. O. T. Green.
Twenty-Five Dollars: Mrs. Mary
H.Gillen, Miss A. M. Munroe, Miss
A. S. Munroe.
Fifteen Dollars: Mrs. E. Van Hood.
Twelve Dollars: k Mrs. Charles R.
Tydings.
Ten Dollars: Mrs. J. J. Gerig, Miss
Margaret Gerig, Miss Mary McDow McDowell,
ell, McDowell, Miss A. M. McDowell, "Miss Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Porter, Mrs. Helen T. Chaee,
Mrs. M. A. Bostick, Miss Jessie Con Con-oley,
oley, Con-oley, Otis T. Green, N Miss Winnie
Hunt. 1 ;-,-, '.
Seven Dollars: Mrs. Rex Todd.
Five Dollars: Mrs. Harney Kimball,
Miss Ernestine Brooks, .Mrs. J. H.
Taylor, Miss Annie Needham, Mrs.
Sarah Harris Lloyd, Mrs. M. O. Wal Wal-lis,
lis, Wal-lis, Miss Mamie D. Taylor, Miss
Maude Keefe, Miss K. L. Scott, Miss
Ruth Ervin, Mrs. L. H. Pillans, Mrs.
N. R. Dehon, Mrs. Walter Hood, Miss
Lillian Frost, Mrs. Laura Luckie,
Miss Anna McDowell. Mrs. W. A.
Barrett, Mrs. G. W. Carney, Mrs. Ed Edward
ward Edward Badger, Mrs. S. Potts Eagleton,
Miss Margie Eagleton.
Three Dollars: Miss Annie. M. Da
vis. ; l
Two Dollars: Miss Rena Smith,
Mrs. E. H. Martin, Mrs. J. R. Hern-
don.
One Dollar and Fifty Cents: Mrs.
J. F. Webber.
One Dollar: Mrs. J. H. Brooks, Mrs.
J. W. Davis, Mrs. Kate M. Brinkley.

III O B I

Home Is Where the Boy Is In
This War
By Bruce Barton
I visited a heme where a service flag hangs;
and while we ate we talked of the boy who is
over there. ... 'V'-'V,
"I wonder if he is cold tonight," the mother
said, "I wonder if he has a place to warm him himself
self himself and dry, his clothes; and something good to
V. eat." : ;
"What wouldn't I give to be with him she
said and we were.silenti knowing her heart.
But I thought of the Soldiers of Friendliness
who that very niht would crawl out across No
Man's Land to take chocolate and hot coffee to
that boy.
Of the huts with their warm fires burning; of
: the great lecturers and preachers and actors and
' motion pictures that are over there.
And I thought to myself; "There is a dif difference
ference difference between this and ever' other war. For
when the boys have marched away before, the
. influence of their homes has stopped at the front
gate and could go no farther.
But in this war it follows the flag, across the
. ocean, over the shell torn battle land, straight
up to the froift line trenches.
Home is where the boy is in this war, From
every town and village the lines of helpfulness
run out.
And no boy leaves his home behind him:
step by step it, travels with him, financed by the
. folks behind him a token of their love

1-

GOD BLESS SUCH
A CHEERFUL GIVER

This morning a lady who had been
overlooked by the United War Work
committee sent her little boy to the
Star office with a note and a check
for $10, saying she had been trying
to communicate with her husband,
who is a traveling man, but had fail failed
ed failed to locate him and the week was
almost gone. She sent the check with
an apology that it was not larger
but was all she had, and her prayers
for the good of the work, and. stated
that as soon as her husband returned,
they would try to give more. This
ten dollars, as we know, means more
to 1 this family than any one of the
largest subscriptions mean to i their
givers.
Some people will look up the com committee
mittee committee if they do not get their cards.
Others,, only a few, however, will
have to be chloroformed have the
money removed, with instruments..
A CORRECTION
Mr. R. Simmons, who was down on
yesterday's list for $100, gave in instead
stead instead $200. This will be corrected in
the final publication of the list.
BIG MEETING AT
THE METHODIST CHURCH
Tonight, Friday, at 7:30 at the
Methodist church, Rev. Banyan Steph Stephens,
ens, Stephens, formerly pastor of the Baptist
church of Ocala, now Y" secretary
at. Camp Johnston, and Miss Cady, of
southern headquarters, Atlanta, Ga.,
will speak in the interest of the
United .War Work campaign. Eve Everybody
rybody Everybody come. '- -: :
" ; r "; v
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 234. tf
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i Take care of your feet. If they are
giving you trouble, have them ex examined
amined examined by M. M. Little, the only foot
specialist in Ocala. No cost to yon. tf

X

oclated Press)
Washn, 'Nov. 15, A contest
of the rent elections of two re-
pubheanators, Truman H. New Newberry,
berry, Newberry, ochigan, and George H.
Moses, iew tiamnshire. .ifs fore
cast in proceedings today before
the SerDrivilr pes anrl lt.5nn
commitf Protests against 'seating
both, el on the face of the re returns,
turns, returns, l received by the commit
tee, wheefrred action.
Germanernment Forgets to Tell
Peoi a Vital Provision in
Peace Terms v v
eoclated Press)
Copem. Nov. 15. The Politi
ken que British military attache
here, O. Wade, as saying in an
mtorviet the Germans in pub pub-liKhiner
liKhiner pub-liKhiner ierms of the armistice
Allied
omittedixth and seventh articles,
includiiat relating to the Allies
providuod if necessary.
M UCH PERT Y DESTROYED
AT THE IEADOWS
lorida v Company's Plant Badly
c maged by Fire I
Thursabout 7:S0 n. m- fire was
discover one end of the dryer at
the big i of the Florida Peat
Com Dan the Meadows. The men
employethe plant at once swarm-
ea out hz it, and were aiaea ny
neighbo(o came in as fast as pos possible.
sible. possible. M W. Stanley, manager at
the plajso phoned to Ocala for
help.' .v'': ;'v;-
As scs the messaee was re
ceived permission could be ob
tained lthe chairman of the nre
committhief Chambers and Fire Firemen
men Firemen Dcand McRae headed the
chief's -with the little chemical
enerine he fire. They made the
run of t fifteen miles in about
twenty-Jminutes. and those who
know tlnthony and Citra roads
can fieiiut what sort of a ride
they ha4 ' r
When fey arrived they were
met by a tremendous blaze that
it seemece nothing could be saved.
Howeveiev drove the engine op
to the fiind Doney went right into
one of tlhrninc buildinsrs with the
hose, whaon kept the engine sup-
nliffl and tfUlot rTcrrrs7P( a bucket
i ,Arwm, v r
brigade lother fighting units. Aft
er a loriard battle they put tne
fire cowhd anvt( most of the
monertv V
. xne aihed eievawr ana iojmuuk
machine Vhnrned. with the switch
' rwn- I ... 1 j:
engine bging to the company, but
;he mosliuable part ol tne proper
ty was L and the superintendent
says theVk of rebuilding will be
gin at ox The loss is about $15,000.
Chief -mbers brags, on t ireman
Donev. vho anv is a genuine sala
mander. x-Policeman J. H. Smith,

ifjp wwm

goes.

who is the company, also played
up well a fire fighter.
The pfhas been very busy and
employs arge number of men, and
it i3 to loped it will soon again oe
in opera:.;
1
; FOR SALE
One Ster magneto type AP. No
50. with ass ninion.
One 2 Vnos erasoline engine,
combineith Myers 2-inch pump;
280 ft. fwtn nirP.
rn Kr .-cinlinf! enerine r.nd o-
inch cenTugal pump and attach
ments

One ch and bucket elevator with b el onzs to lt.

sprocket. nd boot. lthe service for t

One 6t. ealvanized steel tower i Fae e

with cyp?3 tank. r 1 Misses Winifrec

One Rl typewriter machine; aiso i gUIMjay.

one to n. 1 Mr. W. W. X:

One si typewriter table and cab-lj were tr

inet. 1 last Friday. I

One Gley light mountain transit. J bustler and kn
R. L. irtin, Room 14, Merchants' ownB a flivver.

Block, Ota, Fla. 15-6t Messrs. R. X

SNOUNCEMENT of Mr. and Mn

a -rr mppVs we have not been
in a nnstV ntn do VOUr hemstitching
promptlym account of having brok
en s nai-tkf ho' machine, nut our ma-
first class condition
and we 4 be pleased to have your
orders fc pecot worK ana pemwM.
mr, whic w'al nave prompt
TIE HEMSTlliiCJ,
ll-14-3t Ocala, r la.
P. no. kvintr Cuns. 25 to pack-1
age, ten ents at Ceng's Drugstore, I
Chritr season is now here. Have
wvn. a ...rfi. table and ben
linen, towels, etc, hemstitched at The
Hemstitcler, Ocala, ria.
. LnnnW TOUT TOILET AR-
TTfTT.Tra irtnT line is complete, and
fVa mi-mir.' 'reasonable, xhe
Court Phiraaey. Phone 234. tf

I (Associated
The Hague, Nov.

government has ir".
tion, urgently ap ap-operation
operation ap-operation of its cit:
crisis." The proclc:

minority is threstcl
er and declares tha v
the government to r;
ity and order.

Want to Dethrcr.t
London, Nov, 15.
attitude of the erf
who have demar: t
Queen Wilhelmina, it c
at The Hague, aejeorJ!
Express.

BATTLE ID F
SUETS 1

i

London. Thurr. J

than a hundred Ktn,
officers, have b::.i
disorders in Brcz :x

committee has tcz.i
at Antwerp, accor Z'.
dispatches. ;

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NOTICE TO
All reif

tember r I

37th birtk

out and
heretfore.

The presid

trants who or
tained their i

O

have received
fill out such )
are immediately
ments to their

of delinquency wi'

any such registr.
heretofore to fill

questionnaire, eve

set for such retun

all charges of,c:'

entered agamtt ;

such ages who

their questionnc'

limits set there.
and made of no'

fel:

Fellowship, Nor,
ing ideal vreattsr
are beginning t5
farmers in thb
make plenty cl
potatoes with
a number of i.
enough rice to
crop is harvested.

Miss Henrietta

the guest ot 11' z

ast week. Micj I

lar and mv-
4

Mr. T. J

the guest i

Stephens

Rev. R.

John Rog

church ye
made -a sc

ed War

pealed to

and they

Mr. and
dren were
lips yestei
The fic
and everj

Fellowshi;
Mr. W.
Norfolk, V
and H. L. Shec
USED C
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One 1918 Fc
One 1914 I
newly painted
One 1916 D
A-l shape. j
One 1916 D
newly painted
ATJTi
Ocala, Fla
The ladies
vited to inak
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nator. Tr '-u iv introduced

' "very Am

yn salary

t introduc
. said: i

.n lj. loyally and
wrned our banner to
ry will merit this recognition
that is but a' just reward by the

n. .' A very large majority of our

;rs are poor, men and will need

"assistance y following their dis
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! is ? Thirty or thirty
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iat complaint about

iell is going to make

ntyret him made one

hile. .'

,rican soldier had not

Junwlf brave and extraorHi

itelligeiit, the war would have
TOthei year. If it had been a
,f money, how gladly the

jd the nation would have
six months ago, to give him
extra pay. And Senator
. would have the country
a month's wages overtime,
l man would toss a meager
valet he had discharged

re ; to give the boys -anv

2 each i of them at least

men : he reaches home he

; least a fortnight before,

ed win the battle of na

jsumes his own battle of

Editor Star:

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The 1 oral

xampa luesday earned the news
that Professor Ludwig W. Bucholz
had been fully exonerated by the
state board of control; that this de decision
cision decision was rendered immediately upon

vne ciose oi tfce hearing upon the in

sisience or Chairman Earman "that

the matter be settled immediately"

It may be settled and no doubt is
settled in so far as any further action
Wy the present state board of control
is concerned, but it is not settled to
the satisfaction of a great many peo

ple of this community and, I dare say,
of the state of Florida, and it will
never be settled until it is settled

right. """

Ex-Congressman S. M. Sparkman

testified m substance and to the ef effect
fect effect that Professor Bucholz had in
conversation with him, prior to this

country's declaration of war against

Germany, championed and justified
the right of Germany to institute and
carry on the unrestricted use of the
submarine. W. V. Cole corroborated
this testimony. From the account
of the testimony of Professor Bush Bush-olz
olz Bush-olz in both the Tribune and the Times,
it appears that Professor Bucholz did
not contradict, dispute or deny such
testimony. I am told by several who
were present at the hearing that the
hearing closed without this testimony
being disputed, contradicted or de denied.
nied. denied. The character of the men giving
this testimony is the best guarantee

of the truthfulness of the charge; the

, LINCOLN KN NO LATIN
The pedants Kjjnsist that an
American or En J113 c"1'1 un"
derstand his owrge ant he
has studied Latin? .find it difficult
to reply to the from the
New York Times T
Several times tfl? m Letters to
the Editor," refer' been made
to the practicablf J. acquiring a
clear, neat, stronftd,ret style of
English writing out the aid of
Latin. ". im
possibly the Pgest impartial
authority that coK quoted on the

subject is Visco Bryce, former
English ambassaf0 the United
States, and a rip3sil scholar.
After alluding fche fact that
"Comparatively of tnse who
have given fromf eight years of
their boyhood mi to the study of
G reek and Latinfin a laiowledge
of either ianguaicient to afford
either use or plfe to them thru
the rest of life,'says: "Let us
frankly admit thacts. let us also
discard some warguments our
predecessors havd, such that no
one can write ad English style
without knowing h- There are too
many cases to thjtrary. Nothing
is gained by tryK defend an un untenable
tenable untenable position.
One of the mctriking of these
cases is among the person of

President Lincohythough preced- failure of Professor Bucholz to deny

if

i American children who
fitted to learn the Ger Ger-,3will
,3will Ger-,3will be deprived of
German classics de de-1
1 de-1 vhat this 4 revolution is
-nbly has the
mg like a side side-Hs.
Hs. side-Hs. fv;,,;
worse omission
T Sunday school
orld can't read
( Christ in He He-...fhat
...fhat He-...fhat a' literary

ed and followed the presidential
office by men wd received long
and thorough cq and university
training there hvertheless, pot

one of them his f in clarity, brev brevity"
ity" brevity" and felicity jtpression. "His
simple, luminous nces," says one
of our national rs, "are models
that cannot be hyed upon.' Even
President Wilsons far short of
him. Lincoln stamong the pres presidents
idents presidents as the pe prince of clas classic
sic classic prose. LincoWw neither Latin
nor Greek, still tendon Spectatot
declared that "hemong the great greatest
est greatest masters of f ever produced
by the English ri,. v r
"He contrived itain," contiuues
the Spectator, "asight and power
in the handling e mechanism oi
letters such as hien given to few
men of his or, ?d in any age."
Today Lincoln's ion as a master
of the English t in its strength
and simplicity i$uestioned. The
French Academynerson, Lowell,
Everett Beechdngersoll, great
orators of England America, are
united on that. pq "No man of his
century," says tljthor of his Let Letters
ters Letters and Addres. "could state a
proposition with e exactness and
compactness.? Hjarity of expres expression,
sion, expression, the consisf building ;up( of
his argument, hisliantly apt com comparisons,
parisons, comparisons, his ijnating wit, his
merciless pursuitillogic in his op opponents
ponents opponents were phienal."
The Gettysburfdress was rank

ed by Emerison as ther of any of
the utterances of m How came
Lincoln' by this mastl style ? By
the ; study of Englisis principal
books were the Biblei Shakspere.

They gave him a ture unsur

passed by that of tincient clas

sics the German Ku studies.

"If an Englishman.rote Huxley,

"cannot get literary.. c"re out of his
Bible, his Shakspere 1 his Milton,
neither, in my belie'ill the pro-

foundest study of H? and Sopho Sophocles,
cles, Sophocles, Vireril and Hof give it to

him." i

are losing

We will now proc to beat the
sword into the ploure. St. Au

gustine Record.

It will be better to ng the sword

on the wall, after fij grinding the,

nicks out of the edgtnd oiling the
blade, so it won't rust the scabbard.
No sensible Americaahts to see

his country ever a? armed only

wixn ploughshares. ;

Our line of Milline for fall and

winter wear is now pplete. Every

hat is the very latest (del, and must

be sen to be apprecisp- The Style
Hat Shop, Munroe &.ambliss Bank
building, Ocala. 14-5t

it is equivalent to an admission of

guilt. : .-j
The declaration of Germany in Feb-!
ruaryv 1917, of her intention to insti institute
tute institute and carry on a campaign of her
submarines against the passenger
and merchant vessels of the world; to
repeat such crimes as the sinking of
the Lusitania and the Sussex, was the
cause of America entering the war.
It is perhaps unnecessary for me to
recall to the minds of the readers of
this letter 'that the unrestricted use
of the submarine by Germany was1 in
violation of established international
law, that it was nothing more nor
less than cold-blooded brutal murder
of women and children and unarmed
men, and that in its last analysis, as
a result of such wholesale murder,
thousands of American boys and men
have sacrificed their lives on the bat battlefields
tlefields battlefields of France, and right here at
home in Tampa the families of .more
than forty young men are now mourn mourning
ing mourning their sons, and Professor Bucholz,
exonerated by the state board of
control, justified and defended the
cause of their deaths.
It is apparent that the hearing by
the state, board of control to deter determine
mine determine whether or not Professor Buch Bucholz
olz Bucholz was a fit and proper person to

teach American boys was twisted and

distorted into a hearing to determine
whether or not he had been by act "or
word disloyal to America, and, of
course, on this distorted charge he
was acquitted. Had the charge really
been one of disloyalty, he would have
been tried on the" charge of treason
before a duly constituted court. The

whole proceedings smacks of simply

setting up a man of straw for the

purpose of knocking him down

simply another whitewash

The question as to whether or not

the letter of Major Conoley accurate

If stated the true charge against

Ludwig W. Bucholz is immaterial

the board of control should not have

required that the charge be preferred

with all Tthe niceties and technicalities
of an indictment at law. Each and

every member of that board knew

that in truth and in fact the rea

point at issue was whether or not
Professor Bucholz was a proper per person
son person to mould the minds and train the
reasoning powers of the boys of this

state, and I maintain that no man

could justify ? the brutal and crue

murders of the U-boats any more than
he could justify, the crucifixion of the

Canadian soldiers in Flanders, the

outrage to women in Belgium, or the

use of poison gas with its attendan

excruciating suffering ) on our own

soldiers. Only a follower or a be

never in the methods of a Von Tir Tir-pitz,
pitz, Tir-pitz, a Hindenburg or a Hohenzollern
could do that, and I do not think that

opinions at' anjf tine, irrespective of
where he wasibo, where- he was
reared, or where Jfe wa seducated.
I note the men ho came to the de defense
fense defense of Professif Bucholz; they are
among our best citizens. I respect
thier views and tieir opinions; but in
their personal .friendship for Profes Professor
sor Professor Bucholz tbe were too ready to

accept the issue as being that of the I

loyalty of Professor Bucholz, instead 1

of the true issne of his htness to oc occupy
cupy occupy the great position of influence
in the highest institution of learning
in this state; they were too ready to
lightly consider the question of
whether or not a man who justified
the murder of the U-boats was the
proper person to mould the opinions
of our youth.
Thi3 matter is of sufficient impor importance
tance importance to the people of Florida to re receive
ceive receive further attention and further
action at their hands. It should not
be permitted .to rest with the one

day's hearing before the state board

of control.- It is true that the first
fight resulted in a victory for Profes Professor
sor Professor Bucholz. The Germans and U U-boats
boats U-boats were victorious for four lon&
bitter years, but in the last one hun

dred days right triumphed over might

and eventually right will triumph
over the state board of control, even
though it takes four years to accom

plish it. Very truly yours,

, ; Geo. P. Raney.
Tampa, 'Fla., 'Nov. 13, 19f8.

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Is mtdng it possible for us to win the war.
Thatspirit and the place which the work of
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heart; of all of us gives me confidence to
belieis that the united campaign will be
csowjed with abundant anccesa. 99
j Woodrovr Wilson

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Today, Nov. 15: Billy Burke in

"Pursuit of Folly." Pathe News.

Saturday, Nov. 16: "Eagle's Wing."

Official War Review.

Monday, Nov. 18: Viola Dana in

"Flowers of the Dusk." 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

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Friday, Nov. 22: "Merely Players."

Saturday, Nov. 23: "Love Swindle."'

Official War Review.

Monday, Nov. 25: Bert Lytell in

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Tuesday, Nov. 26 : Madge Kennedy

in "Friend Husband." Pathe News.

' Wednesday, Nov. 27: Vivian Martii.
inUnclaimed Goods." Ford Weekly.
Thursday, Nov. 28: Elsie Ferguson
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Friday, Nov. 29: "Grouch."
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Candler, Nor. 8. Work at the
Martsolf packing house goes merrily

on. . ; : ; -: ":
Haying is a special feature of the
fanners these days, which seem to be
especially for the purpose.
Mr. Arthur Fisk ofBelleview is a
notable factor in prompting the citrus
fruit shipments in the packing house.
Mrs. Rhineart has returned from
her northern visit, and will occupy
the Methodist parsonage.
Mrs. Flemming is a home again,
after having spent several months
among relatives and friends in the
northern part of the state.
Mr. Peter Fort came in from Mur Mur-dock
dock Mur-dock Sunday, in response to a sum summons
mons summons from Uncle Sam.
Rev. E. G. McKinley, who has been
in poor health for some time, was
taken suddenly ill Sunday morning,
and the latest reports from his bed bedside
side bedside are that his condition continues
about the same.
Mrs. L. Ballard and children are
now residing jn Ocala, having gone
there for the purpose of the latter at attending
tending attending the primary school.

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Graduate Optometrist
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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. nipple.-The
The 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 T the va va-eant
eant va-eant lots.
Those vacant stores! Plaster
off, dilapidated! Floors covered
' with litter What isthe impres impression
sion impression on strangers ? Clean up.
Wanted! A committee of Boy
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Autumn Leaves
The life of a leaf
Is sealed with the year;
Yet autumn it welcomes
With never a fear.
It roams with the breeze
Regardless of care,,
Clothed like a flame
And light as the air.
Enjoying the sun,
It dances along '"
To join with the wind
In the lilt of a song.
Tis a vagabond life
That pulses and thrills,
To flutter and leap
Whene'er the wind wills!
No regret for the days
Of summer or spring,
No thought of the snows
That winter will bring;
Only rejoicing
That autumn is here, here,-The
The here,-The life of a leaf
Is sealed with the year!
Elizabeth D. Preston.
Happy Birthday Party
In celebration of the twelfth hirth-

day anniversary of her daughter,
Mattie Belle, Mrs. H. C. Cameron en entertained
tertained entertained this afternoon at' a lovely

Dirtnday party, honoring her i littl

daughter and a number of special
friends.

The .fortunate little sruests were

cordially received by the'honoree, who

was daintily and prettily attired in

a lovely party costume, and she was
assisted in entertaining her guests by
her mother, Mrs. Cameron and her

aunt, Mrs. Mitchell.
After many interesting games had
been enjoyed, the guests were invited

into the dining room, which had been;

prettily adorned for the occasion. The
dining table was especially beautiful

in its decorations, a color motif of

white and gold being observed in de detail.
tail. detail. A brass basket tied with yel yellow
low yellow ribbons and f filled with yellow
daisies formed an attractive central
decoration. A beautifully embossed
white cake containing twelve white
lighted candles, occupied a conspicu conspicuous
ous conspicuous place on the table and was a
feature of unusual delight. The fav favors
ors favors were also especially attractive,
being tiny baskets tied with fluffy
yellow bows, each containing delic delicious
ious delicious candies.' Ice cream was served
with the birthday cake and most

heartily enjoyed by the cruests. who

'were Elizabeth Murray, Nell Wallis,

Charlotte Chazal, Marguerite Counts,
Frances Lummus, Violfct Jones and
Mary Frazier.
Y. W. A. Meeting
The Young ; Woman's Auxiliary of
the Baptist church held an interest interesting
ing interesting meeting last evening in the
Baraca hall. The following officers
have been elected for the, coming
year:
President, Miss Mary Gates; vice vice-president,
president, vice-president, Mrs. Whitley; secretary,
Miss Winnie Hunt: treasurer. Missi

Ola Simms; councilor, Mrs. Wrighton.

Plans were made for work for the

coming year. Sandwiches and hot

chocolate were served by Misses

Louise Booe and Marguerite Porter
:.

The friends of Mrs. Georare Tavlot

are rejoiced to know that after a few

days illness she is now greatly im

proved.
Mrs. C. E. Williams and son, Har

old have returned from a pleasant

visit to Mrs. Williams' parents at

Dunnellon.
" ".-V''-':':"-', : 7.v:-,v .' '.'' ,-:'
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Welch and lit
tie daughter motored to Bay Lake to today
day today for an all day visit.- They are ex expected
pected expected home this evening.
m

Mr. and, Mrs. W. T. Taylor and

daughter, Mary Belle Mathews of

Flemington, were combining business

with pleasure in Ocala yesterday
' I j:'

Mrs. Frank Mitchell arrived yes yesterday
terday yesterday from her home in Maine for a

winter's visit to her parents, Mr. and

Mrs. J. L. Smoak and family on Or

ange avenue.

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Mrs. L. G. Ketchum is expected

home today from a delightful sojourn

in New York state, much of her time
during her absence being spent in

New York city.
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The regular meeting of the Wom

an's Club will be held Saturday after

noon. The executive board meetinsr

will take place at 2:45, when the vote

on new members will be held.

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Mr. R. A. Burford returned yester

day from an enjoyable visit to Troy,
Ala leaving Mrs. Burford for a few

days' longer visit with relatives and
friends. Mrs. Burford will nrobablv

return home next week. :

Mr. Chas. L. Fox came ud in hia

car this morning from St. Petersburg,

and left this afternoon, accompanied
by Mrs. Fox, for their home in that

city. Mrs. Fox has been here for
several days on a visit to her parents,

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drake.

.."
Mrs. W. M. Lloyd and two hand

some little sons, who have been the

guests of Mrs. Lloyd's sister, Mrs.
Jack Camp, since arriving here from
their home in .Virginia, will move
Monday to one of Miss Meta Jewett's

houses on South Second street, which

they will occupy for the winter.

;.... ,'.; ;::V '
Miss Gladys Martin arrived in the

city yesterday afterjwon from Punta

Gorda, where she is the popular mus music
ic music teacher of a large and flourishing

class. The many friends of Miss Mar

tin are delighted to have her at home
at this time, but sorry that the flu
enidemir has train isii'n'rAll,l

r.- --, jwmm & vvjtiitu U1C
closing t of the Punta Gorda -cfcocls.

Notice, Worken

The Airgkal dressings room will be
closed until further notice.
Marion Count Chapter, A. R. C.
. m
. 1
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood left

Sunday afternoon for Tampa, motor- sisting Mr. M. Little in his compact

and Mrs. Osco Ze wad ski f or a few
days' visit. J
Mrs. C. W. Long is visiting Lieut.
Long's relatives at Mayo, and during
her absence Mrs. J. G. Swaim is as-

the men abot1- cv. '
-
Mrs. Eugei Peek ha3 cause to be
very proud t four brothers, all
of whom ait 14 the service of their
country. YeVday Mrs. Peek was
made very ha)y fcy receiving a let-

tue letter v ao . .
recovering from his r:
He was receiving ihn I
tion and Mrs. Peekhc;;.i
be has recovered.
(Concluded ca I

ray u ifcii,.

'vT 1 n ri n 1 1 ri r tcz

W IP-

fJaEsQ IBuGJGjJQS Qz.

Calumet is the biggest vali

pacing Powder. ( Owing to its w
it goes further than most ntW rl

a rounded or heaping teaspoonfuB

two ispoonruis or mora
But Baking Powder is not
using Calumet You save bakin
SDOonful is as oood as rhp first

It is perfectly manufactured ke

jnoaerare in pnee.
TfCriSKS llcsdDnndDnuDY urn otf-

Calumet contains only such .:
been approved under the Acts 01
wholesomeness of foods. Calumd

been selected by the GOVERNS

ARMY and NAVY.

(UoQ'OtffJ (Bell IBecti fe,

nni rm m

JjU-UJJL,US

1

(Lies Fqzvgj' Spec.

ae ever offered n

onderful raising force

rands. You use 01

where others call 1

111,'

all you save w"

g materials. The
I Calumet never :

keps perfectly -ar.

1

wd ul::

ts as h

The best proof, of Calumefs supe

me tact that it is the biggest seU

tne world today manufactured

moaern and completely equipped

. QqzcH Fir33 (GaUuiBmeti Wav-i
It Contains Smrs nf rprin thai- will bln V

coarr.flours.

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T. Gary to his lijia11 Uf
- of interest nnf to Mr. Gary's

. . i . ' 11

..... w. .-uwse, a .-prominent een- friends hut fVi .rw reneraujr.

n cf C cala. was in the citv ves-1 .Z October 9.

iaeas and pleasure com-1 Miss Maude GarPare Mrs. W. T.

itsc iswaja teie-i Viary Ocala u

rmmation of. the war! nar y,,;- am "writing by

; pyrotechnically and candle liVht ; Jugout. Reached

d that the neonle are I r,r -Anv evenine, be-

and expect one of the W the nearest fTont any of

ir enure uivisiuii
here we were lo-

Wilbur on the

(about 50 miles)

iy passed through

rrench towns and

jt. Mihiel, recent-

He Americans, ti

certainly was thfe" !? te

I ever saw. I anfe "wm ai"
ways come to r), w?en 1 4hear or

nauon. Am now

0 A. i t

iront, ine lines

. : iL v i ii .

i"i.i- ... J mis Tflll ovnr holrt ml, a

" T i wujt jsecretanes,

mai cnarminir and nrosDerous citv. if

77 6th. Made th

Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack- by truck. On th

age, ten cent at Gene's Drue-store. a number nf mi

entered the city

For expert piano tuner phone 427. recaptured b

ies. fr
placfh

lead the word

i urnips. parsnips. ecre-Dlant. rah-

bage, okra, beans, cukes, celerv.

radishes, sweet Dotatnea.

t. m: n.u.- inMri iront, tne lines

- UM.,e uwuen, cen JLavis and King : VUi U advanced Tnov
apple,, oranges grapefruit, grapes! hav bfeir VttlT,

cranberries. No bananas until next a waiK ims auefiT;a TTT j
week. The American Fruit Store hL N Man's Indfh;8Jate .ground

m a full line of fruit and vegetables.
I Tall !A ..

Paper Imnjcmt Cups, 25 to pack-

o in cents at ueng's Drugstore.

woild. Hundreds!111011831143 of men

have been killpd!re and nearby. I

saw a number nfiman skulls, prob

ably unearthed bfhe" fire In one

place I found aloe with a man's

W." K. Lane, AL D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Threat, Law Library Building, Ocala,

4 mat

tf

foot still inside, P saw a bi& bone
with a sock stiliaround The

ground is simpljl mass of shell

holes, some of thl S1X. or gbt feet

deep and from to fifteen feet

Ur?. fCVPf' 25 to pack-Luh "duds," frhents of shells,
se, ten cents at Gene's Drmrstnr ,lu

gi endues, neimeta7 "i c
ll fracmnt. nf

Dontt forget the fair dates. shells, shrapnel, tfons, etc., as sou-

ivenirs. would li I w nave some oi

;:AUS WANTED! At OTlf CW I iYa o Villi" triov oia i-m-k

table or bed linen, uiide

v .. no sewing room scraps Must be gave me a numb of German cart cart-vc.l
vc.l cart-vc.l laundered. tThe Star office, tf idges.

This afternoon fe. enemy brought

O A TT TP JCBTC' IOI' 0 down one of our delation balloons.
-)"A1Li ii 5s I I saw the smoke 1 it burned up. A

s- little later, I saw uerman plane
ISHIIVG brought down byjur fire, the first

eenmy plane I haviSeen fall. I count counted
ed counted 95 planes in ti air this evening

CO. INC.

ST. G'
" P.

E GULF,
.4, Florida.

FIRE

GRANGE

iaf rionda

AUTOMOBILE

I AA. IfAilVlLiGj
-.ai and EKIOALUERS
PHONES 47. 101. 33
CCALA, FLORIDA

VviaLII UuoniL lilliiuii
(Continaed from Third Page)

kLTED and think there vfe about 50 more

.urner by pre- in another bunch 3 sight, but not

. -rvef Of eXDreSS. 15 nonndalnpsir onrtiiU tv hf

yT Barrel shipments a snerialtv Wp

Try our DELICIOUS SALTED ROE. have got along ver' well so far. Here

nuw ue-re me season closes, in the dugout, slip in my clothes

with gas mask abat my neck ready

for instant use. 3 woke up a good

many times last niht and at no time
were the guns silpt. Fritz is evi evidently
dently evidently catching iti
I forgot to say tjat I eat in a dug dugout.
out. dugout. Very near te door a number
of soldiers are burpd. In the ceme cemetery,
tery, cemetery, just back of headquarters, are
long lines of soldie: graves. I noticed
in one place that fritz, and Sammie
were sleeping side by side, awaiting

the resurrection mcn.

i nave been promoted, being now

divisional business 'manager and in

line for the next iigher position of

head of the division- Before accept-,
ing the position, .1; stipulated that I

was to have this wjeek at the front
with the troops, it much prefer the

field work, but an i accepting th&
other place through a sense of duty.
I see bv vesterd: ivs Paris Daners

that it is not probable that the Allies
will accept any pejace terms except

unconditional surrender. I hope that
they will not. One J who has seenth
desolation wrouehtl by the Hun in

this once prosperoifis and happy sec
tion is not apt to I be satisfied with

anything less, than tfthe complete over overthrow
throw overthrow of the Germflan government. I
hope that the Alii As will insist on
writing the peace ttf rms in Berlin.

Coming over herdt we had to drive

over very slippervil roads. The re

Eighth Grade "A" One Hundred Per
Cent Efficient m War Work
-Every boy and girl subscribed to
the fund. Amount subscribed by
boys, $61 ; amount subscribed by
girls, $127.10. Number of boys sub subscribing
scribing subscribing $5 or more, nine. Number
of girls subscribing: $5 or nwrp. bit

Total victory boys and girls, fifteen.

we are glad to publish this state state-men
men state-men in our columns and feel very
proud of the eighth erade ela

fifteen boys and eleven girls, and
their efficient teacher, Mrs. Rex
Todd, who has infused into the hearts
of her pupils that strong spirit of
patriotism with which she herself is

imbued. These boys and frirls have

learned early in life the happiness to

be found in self-sacrifice, and thel

pleasure derived from the lesson
learned through experience that it is

uicaseu io give tnan to re

ceive. Let us give three cheers for
the eighth grade MA."

Knitting Instructions
The instructions lor socks and

sweaters may be obtained at the Red
Cross headquarters.

Marion County Chapter A. R. C.

Conservation Day at the Woman's

Club
A program of unusual Interest will
be enjoyed at the Woman's Club Sat

urday afternoon, November 16, which
is "Conservation Day." The program
will be' in charge of the combined
committees, parks and driveways,
Mrs. Maughs, 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. V
Address on conservation, a message
from Mr. Clarence Camp, county food
administrator, through Mrs. Charles
Lloyd.
Social half -hour.
-
Mrs. W. S. Turner of Micanopy,

who has been in Ocala for a short
visit to her sister, Mrs. D. W. Tomp

kins, has gone to Plant City trvisit

her sister, Mrs. Doke, who fcss been
critically ill. Mrs. TompSns, who

has recently returned from Plant
City, has expected to return to that
place at a moment's notice. She,
however, received a wire yesterday

saying that her sister was somewhat

better. . 5

v"

Mrs. Charles Moremen has rented

her home to Mr. and Mrs. Brick,

prominent Connecticut people, who

will take possession of the same
about the 15th of January. Mrs.

Mofemen's plans for 'the winter are

not yet determined. Dr. Moremen be

lieves it will be several months yet

before he is mustered out of the

service. Mrs. Moremen will in all

JQ U CALL A DOCTOR

Because
HE IS A GOOD DOCTOR
lis prescriptions
-J. To The I

A Zzme Rjeason

is drinK
all tKe

STUM

suit was that we f

Sometimes I was a

mg into the ditch.

trucks did. Passed

of negroes. Have td

of the negroes fro

they will all be verv

Fa-

ah of us will, for

volunteered for the

war," and l hope U

it out until then.

NOTICE OF Mi

requently skidded.

raid we were go-

LA number of the

one truck train

Iked with several

the South. Think
glad to get home.

that matter. I

"duration of the
be able to stick

Notice is herehv

and by virtue of a fiJ

closure entered in t'

pending in the circul

county, Florida, irwc1

metropolitan Sr

a uionda con

and Mack

ants, of

tnp nr

STER'S SALE

given that under

hal decree of fore

hat certain cause

it court of Marion

hancery, in which

s Bank of Ocala,

jn, is complainant,

t al., are defend-

jnber 1st, 1918, I,
becial master in
(by said court to

ns of said decree,

and sell to the

Jdder-for cash in

door of Marion

in Ocala Florida,

ber 2nd, 1918

If 11 o'clock a. m.

the lands situated

lorida, more par

as follows:

k number thirty-

rey of the city of

pon the plat of

fey of said city re-

records of Mar-

lor so much there-

jssary to satisfy

I costs of suit.
Niel Ferguson,

Special Master.

licitor. 11-1-Fri

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

RATES: Six line maximum, one
time 25c; three times 50c; six times

75c; one month $3. Payable in advance.

? Red Cress Workes
Workers at the -Red Cross rooms
are becoming so scarce that it is no
longer worth while to send in their
names every day. Following is the
roll for the week:
Mrs. W,-W. Gyatt,Mrs. R. G.
Blake, Mrs. R. S. Rogers, Mrs. L. H.
van Engelken, Mrs. Sam Hickel, Mrs.
E. A. Redding, Mrs. J. V.( Tarver,
Mrs. H. W. Massie, Mrs. M. A. Ten-
Eyck, Mrs. Lula Colby, Mrs. Z. C.
Chambliss, Mrs. J. W. Batts, Mrs. M.
Wilson, Mrs. W. Wolff, Mrs. C. G.
Barnett, Mrs. Emily Green, Mrs. N.
R. Dehon, Miss Minnie Gam sby, Miss
Mamie Taylor.
.
Mrs. C. E. Hawkins and little
daughter, with a party of friends
motored to Ocala from their home in
Leesburg on a combined business and
pleasure trip yesterday.
Pretty and piquant Billy Burke and
manly Thomas Meighan, with some
other clever actors, make a great

success out of the "Pursuit of Polly,"

the feature which appeared at the
Temple last night. It is a play full
of interesting perplexities with a
happy finale. It will appear again
this evening.

Mrs. C. W. Hunter has returned

from a visit to her parents, Mr. and

Mrs. Maloney in Jacksonville. Her

brother, t3apt. Bert Maloney, has gone
to Camp Hancock, to study machine
gun tactics. Capt. Maloney was in
line for immediate promotion, and

would have received the rank of ma

jor in a few days, but preferred to go

and work for it in the training

school.

Mrs. Stella M. Udell, a winter resi

dent of Homosassa, died at that place
the other day. Her remains were sent

by Mclver & MacKay to her old

home at Geneva, O., for interment.

Surgical Dressings

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.

Cartons for Christmas Gifts for Sol

diers Have Arrived

The Marion County Chapter, Amer

ican Red Cross, has received a ship

ment 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

tons. 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 tune for

Christmas.

There has been no change in orders

for sending Christmas boxes to sol

diers in France. Three pounds each
thru the Red Cross.

Don't Miss TX

reueve i::flueza

(By Dr. Franklin Duane)
Many people have been frightened

by what they have read or heard of
influenza. -The more you fear the dis disease,
ease, disease, the surer you are to get it. As
the disease is spread principally by
contact thru sneezing, coughing or
spitting, many health authorities have
advised that everyone wear a gauze,
which is daily washed and saturated

with a one to five hundred solution of

zinc sulphate in water, and then dried
before wearing over the the nose and

mouth. You should avoid crowds, com common
mon common drinking cup3 and .public towels.

Keep your strength up by taking lots

of exercise in the open 'air and plenty
of nourishing food. i

If you have any of such symptoms!

as chilliness, nasal obstructions, flash

ed face, headache, feverishness, rest restlessness,
lessness, restlessness, weakness or an irritating
cough, give up your work at once and

go to bed. This will save your

strength to help overcome the disease.

Put your feet in hot water for fifteen

minutes. Thoroughly loosen the bow

els with some such mild and non non-irritating
irritating non-irritating physic as Dr. Pierce's Pleas Pleasant
ant Pleasant Pellets. Drink principally of hot
lemonade and then; cover up with

plenty of clothes in bed so as to get a
good sweat. When sweating is free
and the fever reduced take a dose of
two Anuric Tablets every four hours,
followed by drinking at least a glass
or two of hot water. Anuric Tablets
help quickly to relieve the soreness of

the muscles and bones from which
most patients complain and help the
kidneys flush out the poisons.
To relieve nasal obstructions and
excessive discharge from the noise,
probably nothing is better than a
mild, soothing, antiseptic wash as Dr.

Sage's Catarrh Remedy. It will givt
great relief. Employed as a gargle,
in same strength as me up for ttse
in the nose, and as hot as can be

borne, it quickly arrests soreness and

dryness in the throat.

Influenza weakens the patient's re resistance
sistance resistance to disease, v so "that there is

danger of bronchitis and pneumonia
developing. To combat this tendency
and fortify the patient's strength in insist
sist insist that he keep in bed at least two
days. Probably nothing will at this
stage hasten the recovery and
strengthen the patient more than an

iron-tonic, tablet called "Irontic" or
that well known herbal tonic, Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
which has been used by thousands in

the past two generations. Adv. 4
i
RED CROSS NOTICE

OAK VALE

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

LOST One Goodyear tire, 33x4, No.
62085. Finder return to P. M. Mich Michael,
ael, Michael, care Smith Grocery Co. 15-3t
WANTED One combination electric
and telephone man; also two linemen.
Address Prairie Pebble Phosphate
Co., Mulberry, Fla. ll-14-4t

TON

is

Everyoody

Id of the war.

is on his boat

ion spent here

fech, Lewis Willis

were expecting to

Fant, Mrs.B. C.

p. Blitch are up

t illness.

Hiner this week in

.j Blitch, Mrs. W.

owena Hammons

Hips, Rufus Wil

riders visited our

took her daugh

Monday for the

is on the sick

LOST Key ring with hook and two

keys attached. Finder please return
to Star office. 12-4t s
RAZOR BLADES SHARPENED 1
sharpen all makes of safety razor

blades. All hair tested. Durham-

Duplex doz. 50c; other double-edge
$35c: sinele-edee 25c. T. C. Peacock.

707 Franklin St., Tampa, Fla1. 9-lm

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 rusn at tnat time, xne btar. u.

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. A;

ply to R. E. Matlock Harrington Hall

barbershop. ll-5-6t

fm won N y f

Coal is $80 a too
there. Do you want

boy to have a warm pi

to spend his evenings
winter?

Pot the United War W

voce

W a

lad,

this:

a

Oak Vale, Nov. 14. Mr. R. M.
Smith has the sympathy of the com community
munity community in the loss of his only sister,
Miss Hattie Smith, who died in New
Smyrna early Thursday morning and
was buried at the Wacahoota Baptist
cemetery Saturday, Rev. Moncrief of
Micanopy, officiating at the grave.
Many Ocala people will remembei
Miss Hattie, as she was several years
ago a clerk in one of the leading dry
goods stores in Ocala:
V Mr, and Mrs. H. A. Larson of Ra Raleigh
leigh Raleigh spent Sunday afternoon with

Mrs. W. F. King.
Mr. and Mrs. Angus Smith and

family of Williston and Mr. and Mrs.

Charles Finney and daughter of

Raleigh, spent Sunday with Mr. and

Mrs. W. H. Anderson.
! Saturday afternoon Mrs. C. W.
Boyer and children and Miss Lonnie
Clancy went to Morriston to visit
their sister, Mrs. Lawton Priest Lit Little
tle Little Anna May took sick that night, so
they thought best to return Sunday

morning via Wiliston to consult the
doctor. She is some better this morn

ing.
L rM. W. H. Anderson lost a fine

f two-year-old mule last week and

Percy Larson lost his horse. Both

ranimals Were in good condition and

were found dead in the pastures.
K Mr. R. M. Smith wishes to think
sis friends who so kindly helped him

Ln the burial of his sister, also for the

lovely flowers which silently express expressed
ed expressed the esteem for the departed one,
and sympathy for the sorrowing. Two
lovely pieces were sent from Miss
Smiths' home, one by the Red Cross,
and the other by the Eastern Star.
. Mrs. Grace Budd and daughter,
Mrs. Lovett Smith of Williston spent
Thursday at R. H. Reddick's.
Miss Annie Britt has been very

sick; sevral days last week she was!

in a critical condition. Friday she
was seemingly out of danger, but
this morning the doctor was again
called.
kMr. M. A. Clancy received two let let-rs
rs let-rs last wek from their son. Michael.

t ne on the way across, the other from

f somewhere." He said he was feeling
fine, had plenty of good things to eat
and plenty of warm clothing.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Tyuer and son
of Paisley, spent Saturday and Sun Sunday
day Sunday with Mr. H. E. Colding.
All the flu patients are about well,
and farmers are busy gathering chu chu-fas
fas chu-fas and grinding cane'.
Ferrel Boyer sent home last week
a "tag" to put on his Christmas box.
We hope, though, he will get to eat
his Christmas dinneron this side.
TO FAIR EXHIBITORS

.We are making a special effort to
collect a ton of tin this months Mrs!
W. W. Condon has recently turned
dver to us nearly two hundred pounds
of tinfoil, which was collected at the
Book Shop. Besides conserving the

tin so much needed at this time, Mrs.

Condon has materially aided the local

chapter of the Red Cross. Save every

bit of tinfoil, collapsible tubes, pewter

articles and deposit them in the barrel

provided for" this purpose at the Mar

ion Hardware Co. store. If you can

not bring it, phone -118 and we will

send for it. W. P. Preer,

Chairman Conservation Committee.

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE

OF TRAINS AT OCALA

i

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 pack-tencents
tencents pack-tencents at Gerig's Drugstore.

union piants au

, Seaboard Air Line, Northbound

No. 4: Arrives 12:43 p. m. Departs

12:58 p. m.

No. 16 (Limited): Arrives and de

parts 4:08 p.m.

No. 2: Arrives 1:50 a. m. Departs

1:55 a. m.
. Seaboard Air Line, Southbound

No. 3: Arrives 1:12 p. m. Departs

1:27 p. m.

No. 15 (Limited): Arrives and de

parts 4:08 p. m.

No. 1: Arrives 1:45 a. m. Departs

parts 2 p.m.

Atlantic Coast Line Main Line)

Northbound 7 t
No. 10: Arrives and departs 5:42 a.
u .''
No. 40: Arrives 1 p m. Departs
1:20 p. m. t
No. 38: Arrives and departs 2:27
a. m.
Atlantic Coast Line (Main Line)
Southbound
No. 37: Arrives and departs 2:16
a. m.
No. 39: Arrives and departs 2:35
p. m.
No. 9: Arrives and departs 9:13p.m.
Atlantic Coast Line Branches, South South-bound
bound South-bound No. 151 (Sunny Jim) : For Wilcox,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
leaves 6:10 a. m.
No. 35 (Sunny Jim): For Lakeland,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
leaves 6:40 a. m.
No. 141: Daily except Sunday, ar arrives
rives arrives 10:50 a. m. from Wilcox;
No. 49: For Homosassa, leaves 2:25
P- in in-Atlantic
Atlantic in-Atlantic Coast Line Branches, North-.
bound
No. 48: From Homosassa: Arrives
12:53 p. m.
No. 150 (Sunny Jim): From Wil Wilcox,
cox, Wilcox, Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
arrives 5:45 p. m.
No. 32 (Sunny Jim): From Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, arrives 9:48 p. m.
No. 140: Daily except Sunday,
leaves 3:45 p. m. for Wilcox.
Oklawaha Valley Railroad
Train No. 71, first class passenger
and mixed, leaves Palatka at 6:30 a.
m. every Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, arriving at Ocala at 10:30 a.
m., same days..
Train No. 72 leaves Ocala at 2 p.
m. Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays
Train No. 73 leaves Palatka Tues Tuesdays,
days, Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturdays at
and arrives in Palatka at 5:50 p. m.
same days.
7:40 a. m and runs only to Rodman,
at which place it arrives at 8:25.
Train No. 74 leaves Rodman at
4:30 p. m. Tuesdays, Thursday and

TTPUTT-

Threcicri' and the Vision They

By Bruce Barton

Tn a rrrain citv dwell three men. Al

accident of birth one of them is a Cathol,

one is a Protestant and one is a Jew.

for thirty years they nave engagea i

ness side by side, and the Catholic nzs nq'aeaic
' with the Protestantand 'the Cathoed the V
- Protestanr have- hs. dealings withthe Jew.
"What is he to mcF each man nas said.

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So for thirty years they have dwelt together,
Strangers in a friendly world. ,.
Then came the shadow of a fearful war.
And out of those three homes three boys went
forth alone. Three fibers waited heart-worn
for the letters from over there
"There art Soldiers of Friendliness over
here," the hoys wrote home. "They bring us
chocolate, ar.l morion pictures, and b"r ball,
and good let tares; and the memory oi mother
and of God." :
"Help those fnend!y agencies when 3Tou have
the chance," each boy wrote home.
So it happened that the three fathers found
themselves working shoulder to shoulder in a
great campaign for funds.
4 Not as a Cutholic and a Protestont and a
, Jew but as good citizens united in a common
cause.
And as they worked they came to know each
other, and thW were ashamed that for so many
years they had been strangers side by side.
"Sartly thiss one of the compensations of
war." they -said, "that in our deeper love for
our bovs we have learned a new respect for one
another." V ;
So a nen- spirit was born into that city. As
though in its heart it had discovered something
of the greater religion, whose God is Father;
and whose faith and creed are love.

Second Hand
IB U E A P IB A G

Bought and Sold.
We Pay the Highest Cash Prices.

. s Write for Prices to
TAMPA BAG COMPANY-
POSTOFFICE BOX 592 Long Distance Phone 4475
Tampa, JFlorida.

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Starter Troubles.

Dc not Delay as Small ;
Troubles Develop Into
Large Ones. Economize j
Now. ?

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Z d. T WINVd, OCALA. FLORIDA.

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Winter BeddingjCIeaned Now.
Blankets, Comforts,iEfc.

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

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OCALA ICE & PACKING
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BSUXD BY TKK.
UNITED STATES
COVERKMENT

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