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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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DAYS

On the First of January All Florida
this Side of the Chattanoohchee
Will Set Its Clocks Up

(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 8. The new, of official
ficial official boundaries for the tjmes zones
in the United States, unifying the ex existing
isting existing lines and moving them slightly
westward, were announced today, ef effective
fective effective January 1st next. The line
separating the eastern and central
zones goes through Franklin, N. C,
Atlanta, Macon. Americus, Albany and
Thomasville, Ga., the north boundary
of Florida to River Junction and
the Apalachkola river to the gulf.
The cities named will be governed
by central time, with the exception of
Macon and Thomasville, which will
take eastern time.

HE NAVY

Sailors Who Gave Up School or Posi Positions
tions Positions in Civil Life, First
on the List

(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 18. The reduc reduction
tion reduction of the enlisted strength of the
navy has commenced. Secretary Dan Daniels
iels Daniels said today. First conisderation
is being given to youths seeking to
return to school or positions in civil
life, which they gave up to join the
naval forces.

DEBT TO WILSON

Senate Took Final Action on the
Drouth Bill and Sent It
to the President

(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 18. The Senate
today took final action on the na national
tional national "war time" prohibition bill, ef effective
fective effective July 1st next, and continuing
during demobilization. The 4)ill goes
Thursday to the president for his ap approval.
proval. approval. Office for King
Alexander C. King, of Atlanta, has
been nominated by the president to
be solicitor-general of the department
of justice .succeeding John Wr Davis.
Moses Won
George II. Moses of New Hamp Hampshire,
shire, Hampshire, was today sworn in as a mem member
ber member of the Senate after a sharp debate.

LYNCHING WOULD HAVE
SAVED MUCH TIME

Associated Press)
Panama City, Nov. 18. The Black Black-well
well Black-well brothers, Thomas and William,
charged with the murder of Bud Da Davis
vis Davis and his wife, an aged couple, in
Okaloosa county, two years ago, went
on trial today for the third time in
Bay county. They were convicted
and sentenced to be hanged, but twice
the supreme coure remanded the case
for a new trial.

Effort to Raise Money for United War
Work Will Not End Until
Wednesday Evening
Rev. R. C. Dobson, Saturday eve evening,
ning, evening, received the following tele telegrams:
grams: telegrams: Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 17.
R. C. Dobson, Ocala, Fla.:
Your state leaders will advise you
at once that the campaign has been
etxended by national order, to close
Wednesday night instead of Monday
night. This was necessary because
peace celebrations throughout the
country monopolized the first two
days of the campaign. There is a
critical ned of immediate and posi positive
tive positive action. The country will certain certainly
ly certainly subscribe the original quota and
fifty per cent extra as asked by Pres President
ident President Wilson. The national and de department
partment department committees look with con confidence
fidence confidence to you to secure the fullest
possible results, working to the last
minute to show our love and appre appreciation
ciation appreciation for the boys over there.
R. H. King.
Worthy of Our Best
Atlanta, November 16.
J. D. Leach, Leesburg, Fla.:
Dr. John R. Mott, director general
of the United War Work campaign,
has received the following cablegram
from Dr. Geo. W. Truett, pastor of
the largest Baptist church at Dallas,
Texas, who is now in special Y. M. C.
A. work among the men of the Amer American
ican American Expeditionary Forces: "Our mul multitude
titude multitude of soldiers and sailors overseas
constitute an incomparable challenge
to the patriotic and religious forces
of America. These men now face the
gravest tests of victory, demobiliza demobilization
tion demobilization and readjustment, and urgently
require the most and worthiest spirit spiritual
ual spiritual guidance. Less than our best is
unworthy of our-men, of our country,
of our opportunities and of our God,
who has saved civilization. The hour
is here when America should dedicate
her utmost for taking a new earth
wherein dwelleth rightousness."
R. H. King.
UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN

PARADE TO FAIR GROUNDS
AT 9:30 TOMORROW MORNING

The great parade to the fair
grounds, to open the fair, will form
on Fort King avenue and start at
9:30 tomorrow morning. We have
been unable to obtain the full ingred ingredients
ients ingredients of the feast to the eyes that will
be served up, but we would advise all
our people to be along the line of
march to see the entire bill of fare.

MOVING SOME GOOD FRUIT
i
The Ocala citrus packing house has
packed and forwarded twenty-two
carloads of oranges. Manager Young
has the house running smoothly and
despite the shortness of labor is do doing
ing doing some good work.
FOR SALE

One Sumter magneto type AP. No.
50, with brass pinion.
One 2-Hp. Foos gasoline engine,
combined with Myers 2-inch pump;
280 ft. 6" iron pipe.
One 50-Hp. gasoline engine and
inch centrifugal pump and attach attachments.
ments. attachments. One chain and bucket elevator with
sprockets and boot.

One 60-ft. galvanized steel tower

with cypress tank.
One Royal typewriter machine; also
one to rent.
One steel typewriter table and cabinet.

One Gurley light mountain transit.

R. L. Martin, Room 14, Merchants'

Block, Ocala, Fla. 15-6t

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

Marion County Pledges Given Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, Nov. 16
One Hundred and Fifty Dollars:
Wm. A. McGuire, E. T. Helvenston.
One Hundred Dollars: D. W. Tomp Tompkins,
kins, Tompkins, J. D. Walling & Co., S. R. Wha Wha-ley.
ley. Wha-ley. Seventy-Five Dollars: H. M. Hamp
ton.
Fifty Dollars: W .W. Clyatt, J. C.
Johnson, Douglas Bros. E. C. Albert Albert-son
son Albert-son & Son, John R. Martin, E. P.
Townsend, J. R. Rogers, A. C. Blow Blowers
ers Blowers and family, H. W. Ragland, A. G.
Gates.
Forty Dollars: A. S. J. McKinney.
Twenty-Five Dollars: Christian Ax,
Court Pharmacy, .Wm. H. Duebel, J.
R. Moorhead, J. Carstens, Jas. R. Dey,
T. B. Snook, W. B. Coggin, A. N.
Cameron, M. C.'Wilson, Burton Leigh,
S. V. Knoblock, W. A. Knoblock, M.
W. Teuton, L. W. Vinton, Christian
Ax (second subscription), Bitting &
Co., R. B. Meff ert, Nitro Phospho
Corporation of Florida, H. A. Fausett,
William Snider.
Twenty Dollars: Frank E. Harris,
J. Harvey Holcomb.

Fifteen Dollars: J. Warren Hill,

Ollie Mordis, Jerry Burnett, Mrs. T.

B. Snook, H. L. Straub, H. W. Tucker,
J. E. Turnipseed, B. E. Young, J. G.
Baldauf.

Twelve Dollars and Fifty Cents:

John T. Moore.

Ten Dollars: G. E. Greene, W. W.

Condon, H. C. Cameron, Julian H.
Rentz, Smith Sandifer, A. E. Bur

nett, J. W. Crosby, E. L. Carney, S.
T. Fraser, S. M. Lummus, R. L. Har

per, C. B. West, Thomas Needham,
S. Lehman, J. L. Wiley, J. R. Altman,

W. L. Bard, J. F. Sigtnon, Wm. E.
Mershon, W. A. Guthery, E. C. Wor

rell, Mellissa Sims, E. O. Cordery, W.

W. Harriss, E. C. Bennett, L. H. van
Engelken, J. H. Spencer, R. L. Brit Brit-ton,
ton, Brit-ton, H. L. Shearer, E. B. Weathers,
S. J. McCully, Clem Purvis, M.
Haughton, Stephen Jewett, Mrs. M. J.
Kline, J. J. Marshall, Albert Mc Mc-Clain,
Clain, Mc-Clain, J. A. Hiller, F. A. Norton, E.
H. Sylvester, John Mathews, W. F.
Brown, C. W. Quick.
Nine Dollars: J. W. Morrison.
Eight Dollars: J. W. Ellis.
Seven Dollars: F. G. Buhl.
Six Dollars and Fiften Cents: J. J.
Jirash, George Buhl, J. C. Perkins,

William Jones, J. I. Smith.
Six Dollars: W. K. Roe, J. L. Beck,
S. D. Atkinson, J. L. Shearer, J. L. B.
Hudgens, M. L. Prine, E. M. Petty,
W. M. Sutherland, S. A. Neal, W. L.
Colbert, Henry W. Massie, W. P.
Chalker, R. E. Fort, J. H. J. Counts,
Lawton G. Bailey, B. H. Seymour, J.
B. Carlisle, H. H. Meadows, W. A.
Robertson, F. B. Beckham, R. F.
Stroud, J. T. Burgess, J. A. Chandler,
William Cook, Oliver Snell, C. W.
Tillis, G. J. Snell, Henry N. Clark,
E. S. Hall, E. S. Hall Jr., O. E. Cald Caldwell,
well, Caldwell, J. G. Batts, Joseph Anderson, A.
M. Davis, Tom Proctor, Frank K.
Vandervoort, B. H. Sanders, Henry

C. Dozier Jr., John Dozier, Sylvan
McElroy Jr., R. L. Proctor, W. J Mc Mc-Gehee,
Gehee, Mc-Gehee, L. M. Murray (second sub subscription),
scription), subscription), T. M. McLean, John J.
Beard, A. P. Gilmore, Horace Har Harold,
old, Harold, Lester Guthery, A. A. Bartlett,
Jas. P. DeVaney, Mrs. Carrie Franck,

TO FLY OVER THE FAIR
NEXT THURSDAV

Two of Uncle Sam's Aerial Cavalry
Units Will Add Great Interest

to the Event
Mr. P. V. Leavengood, business
manager of the Star, returned Sun Sunday
day Sunday night from a trip to Dorr Field,
where he went as a representative
of the War Savings Stamps commit committee
tee committee of Marion county, to try to ob obtain
tain obtain promise of the visit of army avi aviators
ators aviators with their planes to the Marion
County Fair. He succeeded in ob obtaining
taining obtaining the promise of two planes,
which tlTeir crews will fly up from
Dorr Field Thursday morning, arriv arriving
ing arriving about 10 a. m. These two planes
and their aviators will be here one
day only, returning to Dorr Field
Friday morning.
Mr. Leavengood was accompanied
by Lieut. Simmons of the aviation
service, who came to "carefully look
over the ground and approve of a
landing place. The place prepared
for them at the fair grounds lacked
about 90 per cent of being big
enough.
The planes will land and fly from
the big Munroe and Chambliss pas pasture
ture pasture three miles southeast of town,
and everybody in ten miles will be
able to see them when they are up.
Perhaps the Star shouldn't say so,
but Mr. Leavengood is entitled to
considerable credit for obtaining the
promise of the visit of the planes to
the fair. He found that the decision
was left entirely in charge of the
commanding officer of the camp, who
was naturally reductant to risk the
machines in anything outside the line
of duty. Marion is the first county in
Florida to obtain a visit of planes for
its fair, and as it is over 150 miles
as a bird flies from the aviation field
to Ocala our town and county may be
proud as well as grateful for the
favor.
Mr. Leavengood was treated with
great courtesy by the officers at the
aviation field, and Lieut. Simmons,
the officer on visit here, is being ex extended
tended extended a warm welcome. He is an ex excellent
cellent excellent specimen of the soldiers Uncle
Sam has made in his emergency.
It is believed that if the landing
station here proves satisfactory that
we will have frequent visits from
army airplanes in their flights across
Florida.
O. M. P. Neely, Mrs. A. M. Reed, T.
A. Peterson, George Learning, R. L.
Lytle, C. A. McCraney, R. C. Fort,
N. A. Fort, Peyton Bailey, Narbourne
B. Cheaney, Foy Carroll, C. P. How Howell
ell Howell (second subscription), S. S. Sav Savage,
age, Savage, Jr., E. B. Greene, J. Frank
Hampton, J. H. Pearce, G. W. Milts.

Four Dollars: M. J. Morrison, B. J.
Johnson, John Coin, Myrtelle H.
Terry.
Three Dollars: J. W. Gates, N. U.
Kindt, Mrs. F. J. Roberts, J. L. Man Manly,
ly, Manly, E. M. Turnipseed, Mr. and Mrs. J.
B. Vickery, E. B. Guffy, O. M. Hill,
Lloyd Malk, Mrs. I. M. Cuny, Aubrey
Frank, E. N. DeLong.
Two Dollars and Fifty Cents:
George Deas.
Two Dollars: C. L. Byrd, Geo. W.
Brant Jr., C. Stanaland, L. E. Cor Cordery,
dery, Cordery, B. J. Woods, Mary Buhl, John
F. Gaskins, A. W. Greene, Mrs. Janie
Pritchett, D. C. McGehee.
One Dollar: Van P. Kelsey, H. S.
Masteen, L. W. Wilson, W. L. Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, 'Miss Rosa Roberts, Mrs. Nora
Reynolds, W. H. Perry, Fannie E.
Love, Mrs. C. E. Marshall, Mrs. J. R.
Marshall, Mrs. S." S. Jonesl
Pledges Secured by Miss Mabel Mef Mef-fert
fert Mef-fert and Reported Nov. 16
Ten Dollars: Mary P. Piatt, Mrs.
C. L. Bittinger, Miss Adele Bittinger,
Mrs. M. H. Pyles, Mrs. M. R. Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, Miss Nellie Stevens, Miss Helen
Scott.
Seven Dollars and Fifty Cents: Mrs.
F. W. Kunze.

Five Dollars: Mrs. Frank Harris,

Mrs. Harry F. Booth, Lula C. Stand
ley, Elizabeth Davis, Mabel Meff ert.

Two Dollars: Miss Mary Parr, Mrs.

M. G. Chambers.

Allied Financial Experts Will Study
Germany's Ability to Pay
Indemnity

Riots in Winston-Salem, N. C,
Which Many were Killed
or Injured

in

(Associated Press)

Washington, Nov. 18. The- study

been undertaken by government
agencies with a view of throwine

j light on the nation's ability to pay

big sums as reparation for the devas devastation
tation devastation of invaded countries. Ger German's
man's German's national debt is represented by
war bonds mainly held within the em empire,
pire, empire, estimated now at nearly thirtv-

five billions, or more than two-fifths

of the nation's national wealth ofi

eighty billions.

(Associated Press)
Winston,Salem, N. C, Nov. 18.
Order was 'restored this morning aft after
er after a night of rioting in which four
people were killed and a score injur injured,
ed, injured, when a mob attempted to lynch
Russell High, a negro, charged with
shooting J. E. Childress and Sheriff
Flynt and attacking Mjrs. Childress.
The arrival of detachments of sol soldiers
diers soldiers from Camps Greene and Polk
stopped the disorders.
Do you read he want ads?

Charter No. 10578

Reserve District No. 6

REPORT OF CONDITION OF

THE MUI1R0E AND CHAMBLISS I1ATI0I1AL BANK,
At Ocala, in the State of Florida, at the Close of Business on Nov. 1st, 1918

1.

2.
5.

45,356.50

4,000.00

Turnips, parsnips, eggplant, cab

bage, okra, beans cukes, celery,
radishes, sweet potatoes, Jonathan,
Gline's Golden, Ben Davis and King

apples, oranges, grapefruit, grapes,

cranberries. No bananas until next
week. The American Fruit Store has
in a full line of fruit and vegetables.

Call and see it. 15-

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.

Dr. Eddison's Cushion Sole Shoe for

tired and tender feet, at Little's Shoe

Parlor. 124-tf

8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
15.
17.
18.

19.

21.
22

RESOURCES
a Loans and discounts, including' rediscounts,
except those shown in b and c) $453,181.19
Total loans 453,181.19
d Notes and bills rediscounted (other than bank
acceptances sold) (see Item 57a) $21,650.00 21,650.00
Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured, $146.90 .
U. S. Bonds (other than Liberty Bonds but in including
cluding including U. S. certificates of indebtedness):
f United States bonds and certificates of in

debtedness owned and unpledged
Liberty Loan Bonds:
a Liberty Loan Bonds, 3, 4 and 4 per cent,
unpledged

b Liberty Loan Bonds, 36, 4, and 44 per cent,
pledged to secure U. S. deposits . 50,000.00
d Liberty Loan Bonds, 3, 4 and AM per cent,
pledged to secure state or other deposits
or bills payable 10,500.00
e Payments actually made on Liberrty 4

bonds of the Fourth Liberty Loan owned
Bonds, Securities. Etc. (other than U. S.) :
a Bonds (other than U. S. bonds) pledged to se secure
cure secure U. S. deposits .'. . .......
b Bonds (other than U. S. Bonds) pledged to se secure
cure secure postal savings deposits
c Bonds and securities pledged as collateral for

state, or other deposits (postal excluded)
or bills payable 67,050.01
e Securities other than U. S. bonds (not includ including
ing including stocks) owned unpledged 12,730.34
Total bonds, securities, etc., other than U. S. .
Stocks, other than Federal Reserve Bank Stock
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of
subscription)
a Value of banking house, owned and unincum unincumbered.
bered. unincumbered. Furniture and fixtures
Real estate owned other than banking house .
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank .
Cash in vault and net amounts due from nation national
al national banks
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same city or
town as reporting bank (other than item
17) ..

Total of items 14, 15. 16, 17 and 18 :
Checks on banks located outside of city or town
of reporting bank and other cash items .
Interest earned but not collected ( approximate)
on notes and bills receivable not past due.
War savings certificates and thrift stamps ac actually
tually actually owned

431,531.11
146.90

50,000.00 50,000.00

20,000.00 125,856.50

500.00

60,043.65

TOTAL.

24.

25.

27.

29.
33.

34.

35.
36.
37.
38.

42.
44.
45.

46.

50.

LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
Undivided profits 17,905.70
b.Less current expenses interest, and taxes paid 12,303.41
Interest and discount collected or credited, in
advance of maturity and not earned (ap (approximate)
proximate) (approximate) Amount reserved for all interest accrued
Net amounts due to banks, bankers and trust
companies (other than included in items 31
or 32)
Total of items 32 and 33 21,188.71
Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) sub sub-ject
ject sub-ject to Reserve (deposits payable within 30
days):
Individual deposits subject to check .. .
Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days
(other than for money borrowed) ...
Certified checks
Cashier's checks outstanding
State, county ur other municipal deposits se secured
cured secured by pledge of assets of this bank .
Total of demand deposits (other than bank de deposits)
posits) deposits) subject to Reserve, Items, 34, 35,
36, 37, 38, 39, 40 and 41 448,543.68
Time deposits subject to Reserve (payable after
30 days, or subject to 30 days or more no noticeand
ticeand noticeand postal savings):
Certificates of deposit (other than for money
borrowed)
Postal savings deposits ".
Other time deposits
Total of time deposits subject to Reserve,
Items 42, 43, 44 and 45 209,662.12
United States deposits (other tha. postal sav savings)
ings) savings) :
a War loan deposit account. .'. 40,000.00
Bills payable, other than with Federal Reserve
Bank, including all obligations, represent representing
ing representing money borrowed, other than redis-counts

84,280.35
6,423.70
2,400.00
35,000.00
3,500.00
14,115.96
40,225.21
57,650.43
1,607.60

785.62
1,902.34
3,800.00
834.00
$860,059.80

$ 50,000.00
30,000.00
5,602.29

4,200.00
863.00

21,188.71

410,885.14
24,214.52
87.58
8,550.44
406.00

44,205.00
1,488.53
163,968.59

40,000.00

50,000.00
$860,05930

TOTAL
57. a Liabilities for rediscounts, including those

with Federal Reserve Bank (see Item Id) 21,650.00
Total contingent liabilities (57 a, b and c).. 21,650.00
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION, ss:
I, DeWitt Griffin, cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
DeWitt Griffin, Cashier.
Correct Attest:
Subscribed and sworn to before me A. E. GERIG,
this 15th day of November, 1918. J. M. THOMAS,
(Seal) Ola Potter, LOUIS R. CHAZAL,
Notary Public. Directors.

SEEMUK HOME
Bill HohenzollenfMay Return to the
Company JHia Fellow
Citizens in Berlin
(Associated Press)
London, Nov. 18, 3:47 a. m. The
Potsdam soldiers and workmen's
committee learns that William Hohen Hohen-zollern
zollern Hohen-zollern intends to return to fi

because of disturbances in Holland,

accoramg 10 a Copenhagen dispatch
to the Exchange Teleeranh. Th

lin Lokal Anzeiger states he is likpW

to be permitted to return. Prince
Titel Frederick, son of the former
emperor, has appealed to his com comrades
rades comrades at the Potsdam

place themselves at the disposal of

me new government of Germany.

EX-EMPRESS TRAVELED IN AN

AIRPLANE
Amsterdam, Nov. 18. 11:24 a. m

The former German empress has ar arrived
rived arrived in Holland, making the trip by
olane according to the Zenenaar
correspondent of4he Telegraf.

A JUST DECIS!

Supreme Court Says that Mooney
Must Swing

(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 18. The su su-prem
prem su-prem court today refused to review
the case of J. Mooney, the labor lead leader,
er, leader, under sentence to die December
13th, for murder in connection with
the San Francisco bomb outrage.
ALFORD GAVE UP

(Associated Press)
Louisville, Ga., Nov.. 18. J. A. Al-

ford and son, who killed Deputy Mar

shal Ben Wilson near Soperton, sur surrendered
rendered surrendered last night.

BELLEVIEW

Belleview, Nov. 13. Mr. and Mrs.
N. D. Skinner of Woodstock, Conn.,
returned to their winter home Wed

nesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smitty took a

business trip to Ocala one day last

week.
Mr. Frank Gale was home from

Wednesday until Tuesday morning

from Stetson University at DeLand.

Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Shade came

in frorn Jacksonville and visited with
friends from Wednesday until Sun

day.

Mr. Alton Mason returned Satur

day from his trip north.

Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Shade, Mrs.' V.

D. P. Pratt and Mr. John Hardison
took a pleasure trip to Ocala Thurs

day.

Mr. Z. V. Freeman has been given

an honorable discharge and returned
home Saturday from Fort Dade.

Mr. Edgar Rothschilds, who has

been visiting his parents here, re returned
turned returned to New Jersey Monday.

Mrs.'M. E. J. Haywood returned to

Oak Nook Monday, accompanied by

her daughter, "Mrs. May Heard.

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Candell left

Monday morning for Winter Haven,!

and will go from there to Tampa be before
fore before returning home.

A nine-pound baby boy was wel

comed at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

W. C. Hightower Monday morning.

Mr. J. L. Adams was taken to the

Ocala hospital Friday, but was able
to return Monday.

As soon as the good news of peace

was heard by the Belleview people,
the stores closed, school let out and
all joined in the chorus of ringing
bells, shooting guns, blowing whistles
and etc. In the afternoon the people
all went to Ocala, Frank Gale and
Walter Nelson taking the school chil children
dren children in their trucks and others fol

lowing with gay trimmings of red,
white and blue and service flags.

After seeing the kaiser burned, they

returned home and had an entertain-

men at the town hall, which was giv given
en given for the big United War Work cam campaign
paign campaign for our boys "over there." Sev Several
eral Several interesting speeches were given

and rjatriotic songs were sung, alter

which the kaiser was hung again and

burned at the stake. We thmk the
day will be remembered by all.

Mrs. V. D. V. rratt leit ior uacK uacK-sonville
sonville uacK-sonville Sunday. She will spend a
few days there with her husband be

fore returning home.

Mrs. Pauline Myrick and son visit

ed her father, Mr. J. L. Adams, from
Saturday till Sunday,' returning to

Jacksonville.

Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Bryant of Mas

sachusetts, being on their way to
Lake Hart, stopped over with Mr. and

Mrs. A. D. Fisk from Thursday until

Friday.

Mrs. Isaac Nix's daughter, Mrs.

Roy Perdue and two children of New

ark, N. J., are making her a visit.

Mr. Harry Reed's daughter, Miss
Blanche Reed of Chicago, is making

her father a vist.

White Bermuda Onion nlants 20

cents per 100, $1.50 per 1000. Bitting

& Co., N. Magnolia St., Phone 14. 6t
The "EaseaH" Shoe, a perfect arch
protecting shoe at Little's Shoe Par-

American Armies "20"
Land Which lhe 1
Made a JD
With the Americas
raine, Sunday, Nov. 17
sociated Press.) Ear
morning the American
ward the Rhine will b
another big step on t:
heart of Germany will I
day's advance went ic
a hitch. Deep silence t
area, for the people hz
all moved out by the
: Welcome for Kir
Ghent, Wedniav?

the Associated Prt.'ss.'i I
wife and son mad tK

trance into Ghent tods:'
moved through dseerW

showers of roses ar

mums. i

"What Profited, It It-Paris,
Paris, It-Paris, Nov. 18-Thc

troops, left Brussels t

cording to a dispatch f

correspondent oa the J
Extraordinary scenes ?:
around the north static"'

ave money to take ho-'

thing 1, owned t-:4
eluding cWoes I
Marching Tiru
With the American A
Nov. 17, 7:30 p. a. (I
ciated Press.)-Genera!
forces moved forward e
territory just abandonee!
man troops. On the olr'v
Mouson and Thiacourt, 1 j
region of Sedan to the s(
the troops had been l
await orders for the ad
5:30 o'clock this mormW
marched out, not in line
in columns along the rW
The first steps of the
into regions so lately d
Germany were not spect
men were keyed up and j
new adventure, but like t
the day of .the signing o?
tice, there were comp
demonstrative xnanifestat!
enthusiasm. ? I

For the first time sine;
icans had beeaWdered 1
into enemy-held territory
assurance that fcey wpu
no. hostility. v
No chances Wre tal.
The engineers were, the
to press forward and tl
began their work of- lor,
mines and fainted waterj
stacle was tested before,'
ed in order to find out if
plosives. . I
It was some time afj
neers moved forward be!
ier columns took the roa'
army finally.was movin:
along the lines of pea
it was in such order
quickly be transformed 3
ray. Each brigade wtrf
regiment of 75's, the I
artillery following clog
flanks of the advancing
well protected. j
It has been impress
and men alike that thi
tion under an armisti!
still exists and that j
remains that at any t

necessary for them to

with the same jgnrine
year. ;
Fraternization, not i
German soldiea?r
either as stragglers
prisoners, but with t!.
ulation, has been giiti
Looting and even sou
also have been fortid.
cans. It has beenif
upon the men that j
late and that thescv
whom they come n ;
regarded as.ener
SOUTIIiAKI
South Lake weir,

Rolf who has bjen

rleasant tin pla&e.

his home in OxfordT t

sick men that work r
ing house are better

all victims of ,th fV

Mr. Roy AndeL.

Anderson came up 1;

the week with Mrs.
ents, Mr. and Mrs.
turned Thursday,
Miss Myrtle Hickejr
in Mrs. Anderson':
Mr. and Mrs. M.
and Mrs. Cleve Pax
Gates all attended
Leesburg Tuesday
Mr. Gates went)
day to see his dau
sick with the inffuV
received here Toes;
son, Neil, was siei
for them a speedr
The packing hov
here and there isV

here. Already tht

ket 33,590 boxes i

20,000 to go, rd

showing for this

ers are well pW

they have receW
. Mr. and Mrs. (
ing in the Hend
. Miss Willard(
Kendrick Monds
sle with the inf,

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tnem selves and tne our u to cause

friction 'between the Americana and
their allies. They are not likely to
succeed in either. Our government
and ita allies seem to be working in
entire concert. They will give the
Germans a fair chance to' live a
much fairer chance than the Germans

have given their victims but

GOVERNOR CATTS LATEST
EXHIBITION OF UNFITNESS

His action in calling an entirely
unnecessary and expensive session of

the iezislature is Gov. Catts' latest

HEALTH TAlK

iln, Elltr

Entrd t OcU,

Fla.. -olofflce a

f ECTX ASSOCIATED PRESS
A4 pJeM ts exclusively
entitled If t& for re,P abdication of

-All news .tUpaicnes creanea to It or
i-t cttxl credited In this paper
and AWf local newt pubUsiied
' hertbfc rl&t of republication of
Htcll' &l-ptcbe herein, are also re-
wired.

VEKTISIXG RATES

; J 'rrr. --Tt-Plate 10c. per inch for con

7" Kmuf Uiertions. Alternate inser inser-tlns
tlns inser-tlns 2 cat. additional. Coroposl Coroposl-f
f Coroposl-f .Hon ehtrr"! on. a4. that run less than

J; t per r -at additional. Kates baaed on
4-lnctt iainnim Less than four inches
-.'will take Jiigher rate, which will be
4 fa rail d 'on application.
Uev -j-Pftiei Sc. per line for first
r" toaartkj; -1c per line for each rubse rubse-'
' rubse-' ; qaefiV toiitrtlon. One change a week
t .allowed, ea. reader without extra com-

i,- '. i-z advertisements at legal rates.
. ) lfrtfJ,:i"at be mounted, or charge

vWU h Pt for mounting.

will look after their own people and;
those dependent on them first. j
It is most necessary for all Ameri Americans
cans Americans to save all they can. They have
their own army and navy to feed no
email job also some ten million ut utterly
terly utterly helpless people in various parts

of the world, and to help all their
allies, who will not be able to raise
theii own foodstuffs this year. It is

? mighty job but America is a
mighty nation the greatest on the
face of the earth let its people fail

rot in any of their duties.

FAIR OUTLOOK FOR THE FAIR

Spanish Influenza or Grip
(By Dr. Lee H. Smith)
An old enemy is with us again, and

exhibition of unfitness for his ofSce. i whether we fight a German or a germ,

X srR? ?ion of the legislature we must put up a eood zht, and not:

"ley will cost the state not less than ?Zo,-ve airaia. ine mnuenza runs a very

tcascRirnox rates

J-Ona rrf in advance
5'-TSxi in advance....
,OThr 9Hths, ; in advance

On tir.ta, in' advance
On yf, 1n advance...
'..eia"nKratt.t. ia advance-...
' hree moatha. in advance.

...IS-00

... 2.50
... 1.25
.. .50

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. 4.25
. 2.25
. .so

J. PERMANENT ILLWILL

OF THE PROTfcbi

Tmt,'ztm.r from the day the

4Lmtnia was Kunk. considered Km

Hphciollern' and all hi moe
t, i of mankind and was never the

j .. MJ J trr

Jy&g&ZM, pro-
Cfin "community, including
ho have been trying to camou camou-tir
tir camou-tir disloyalty by investing
"tney in giltedged securities
liberty bonds or donating to
VCrosa a fraction of the mon mon-fhave
fhave mon-fhave made out of Americans
Tis were in the army or navy,
jn't care a hang for the good good-iich
iich good-iich people, but noticing, with
"lericans, that in the last few
y have partly resumed the
'-f tajk that they were com-
K aVinf tin oierViteon months

Aw OUUV MT -"O."-
would remind them that Con
lasn't taken the lid off yet
t the Star and several othei
"rvhavc their names and their
which would look interest-
l 'print. 1
x next twenty years will be a

"7good time for those Germans
patriotism, good sense and
C ; iarited love for their "father "father-I
I "father-I Wto help' the world forget the

-' It. turned loose, and they

-: H flKsfnr? fcy sawing wood and

c .-3: ; nothing.
.
; t:SCONEOUS INDIGNATION

-, In th last few days there has been
widespread indignation caused by the
' rspcrUthat America would be called
cn to feed the Germans and Austrian
this-winter the reports being caused
ty the request of the food adminis-

tration that war economy should con

t;nt:a,aa America yet had to help

. m I. mm j j mmmm vwf v m ivv v a saa
a a a -m.

. .a appeal or tne uermans for

in the terms of the armistice

iAcraerjw prevent iamine among

'? pple.

. ;st Americans, not unnaturally,
2?d to -the conclusion that they

Comg to be called on to stint
'zlyta to feed the Germans on
ine plan they have been deny deny-"
" deny-" .--selves to feed the people the
.have tried to starve, and as
l?r of course became hot under
Uar about such. a request.
) flon't think our government
V dare to make such a request

"pple, all of whom are well

tne oermans would nave

submission if they had

so.

I America and the Allies in- j

Yiox the "Germans is to ar ar-iterl
iterl ar-iterl so that they may buy
?t is necessary for us to ex ex-t.
t. ex-t. economy to feed our own
Jriny and navy, help sup sup-Us
Us sup-Us and take care of Bel-

fame other devastated reg-

-JHill have no chance to be

""importing before next

- 4lere is anything left
T tjie L mans they may buy

000. There is nothing the legislature
can do next week that cannot be done

Vrf-ttpr at the regular session

crief course when the patient is care careful,
ful, careful, and if we keep the system in eood

next condition and throw off the poisons

April. There is no guarantee that it

will do anything.

The Sunday issue of the Tampa
Tribune, the governor's staunch
champion, contains a long article
which sets forth in full the objections
to an' extra session. We had intend intended
ed intended to print the article in full today,
but pressure of local matters forbids.
We will try to print it later in the
week.
ENDORSED THE TIMES

A Star reporter Sunday afternoon
visited the fair grounds, to see what
had been done in the way of prepar preparing
ing preparing for our annual county exposition,
and found the prospects most encour encouraging.
aging. encouraging. So far as this scribe can remember,
the grounds have never looked so
neat and clean on the days immed immediately
iately immediately preceding the opening of a
fair. They seem to have been gone
over with everything except a feather
duster. Whitewash has been applied
as lavishly as at a political investi investigation.
gation. investigation. Mending has teen done wher.
ever needed. The 'shaky old steps of
the grandstand have been replaced
with new ones, while across the race
track the judge's stand has also been
half-soled and reinforced wherever

needed.

In the middle of the racetrack

Friday's Tampa Times contained
an excellent editorial, discussing the
state of affairs at the Marianna "re "reform"
form" "reform" school, and suggesting a pol policy
icy policy to be taken in regard to it. The
article impressed us as being so
practical and timely that we sent it
to a prominent member of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club, who brought it up before
the meeting Saturday afternoon. As
will be seen by the report of the
meeting, the article was endorsed by

the club.

COMMISSIONER McRAE
WILL BE WITH US

Popular and genial Will McRae,
Florida's clever capable commissioner
of agriculture, and Ernest Amos, the
painaking and accurate controller,
mre in the city, visiting the industrial

1 1- 1 I J At jv. L-

oai a space nas oeen ponsnea on n school. Mr. McRae will remain to
serve as' a starting ground K111 attnH rt m !, k

t the i
j j"t(M5l

expected airplanes, and jiTacetrack

itself has Put ui-exceiient order.
Tb Report has been circulated that

Aere would be no races this year, and

the feathers of the railbirds conse consequently
quently consequently were droopy, but they may
perk up again, for there are going to
be some fine contests. About a dozen
fast horses from other parts are
booked for the races, and several
local equines will also try for first
place under the wire, During our
short visit, a couple of jockeys who
were exercising their horses on the

track, indulged in two or three fur furlong
long furlong dashes, which were viewed with
great interest by a good-sized crowd.
We observed a number of church
members among the spectators and
took their names down, intending to
report them to their pastors but one
of them stole our notebook.

There has also been a doubt about

the exhibits, but Mr. F. W. Ditto,
superintendent of the grounds, said
that there were now more applicants
for space than on the first day of the
last fair, and many exhibits already
in place. He expected the stock
show to be particularly good. The
reported noticed with pleasure that
good, heavy brush arbors has been
put over the stock pens that have
hitherto been uncovered.
We understand that the educational
exhibit is going to be something ex extra.
tra. extra. We had a message to that effect
Saturday.
There is no doubt that there will
be the best line of amusements ever
shown at any fair here, and the peo people
ple people who attend needn't be afraid of a
dull minute from first to last.
The fair begins tomorrow with
"Children's Day," and a large pro proportion
portion proportion of the school children of Mar Marion
ion Marion county, their teachers and par parents
ents parents are expected to be present. We
understand the Ocala schools intend
to do themselves proud, and the en entire
tire entire town should be on hand to see
them march to the fair grounds.
Broadway is in very good order, all
things considered, but unless there is
a heavy rain the street committee
should have it well sprinkled every
night.

regret to say Mr. Amos can't be in induced
duced induced to do likewise, his duties call calling
ing calling for his immediate return to Tallahassee.

AT THE METHODIST CHURCH

FRESH
FALL SEED
NOW IN

Ited f Aes and its allies do

the Greremans to starve and

ftnythiW in reason to help

t thj expect to look out for

t r;ple first.
with. the terms of the

Germans will remove

Jons from commerce, and
iities of food can be ship ship-ape
ape ship-ape from South America
ja. The Germans are not
Institute and with what
4 what they can import
t thru the winter far
Vtably than thru the last
t the entire world, in fact,
3ier time, but it will not
ig to throw away,
lain that there will be
ring in Russia, and it is
V htidreds of thousands,
iions, of the Russian peo
urvei The outside world
v alfe- to help them as
laclc of transportation as

iwide tracts oi riussu

farmer planted only

m. m i

.cnofJgn ror nimseJi ana

tlroads have gone to

probability is that the

interior of the coun-

re fearful than any-

fl has ever seen. For

isefry Germany is respon-

"arc trying very hard
iympathies of Presi-
the American people.
' 's for two reasons

cacft

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Beans 1
Irish Potatoes
Onion Sets
Garden Peas
Ail Kinds of
Small Seeds

OCALA SEED STORE
Ocala, Florida.

SALT FISH
DIRECT FROM THE H SUING
BOATS TO YOU
DELICIOUS fresh caught SALTED
FISH, direct to the consumer by pre prepaid
paid prepaid parpel post or express, 15 pounds
for $2. Barrel shipments a specialty.
Try our DELICIOUS SALTED ROE.
Order now before the season closes.
ST. GEORGE CO. DVC
ST. GEORGE ON THE GULF,
P. O. Apalachicola, Florida.

Services yesterday at the Metho Methodist
dist Methodist church were acknowledged to be
most helpful. At the morning hour
four were received into .the church.
At the evening sermon on "Christ
only can satisfy the world's deep
need," there was the closest attention
and an earnest response to the call of
the pastor. Miss Gladys Martin sang
with great effect a beautiful song on
the "Care of God." Mrs. foremen's
music at the pipe organ wa3 very
good.

LAKE WEIR OVER THE TOP

A telephone message from Mrs. K.
H. Clements at Lake Weir this morn morning
ing morning brings the welcome news that
Lake Weir has overflower for United
War Work.

TEMPLE PROGRAM
FOR NOVEMBER

Shows begin at 3:30, 7 and 8:20 p-sn.
Today, 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 Fairbanks
banks Fairbanks in "Mr. Fixit." Pathe News.
Friday, Nov. 22: "Merely Players."
Saturday, Nov. 23: "Love Swindle."
Official War Review.
Monday, Nov. 25: Bert Lytell in
"Boston Blackie's Little Pal." Drew
comedy.
Tuesday, Nov. 26: Madge Kennedy
in "Friend Husband." Pathe News.
Wednesday, Nov. 27: Vivian Martii.
in "Unclaimed Goods." Ford Weekly.
' Thursday, Nov. 28: Elsie Ferguson
in "The Lie." Pathe News.
Saturday, Nov. 30: "Plaything."
Official War Review.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

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

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

FOR SALE A Hupmobile, five-passenger
model 32 in good shape with
starter and four new tires; a bargain.

Apply at Star office. 18-6t

FOR SALE Four good mules and

two-horse wagon. Apply to A. T,
Thomas. ll-4-3t

WANTED A player piano for cash.

It must be in good order and reason

able. P. O. Box 584, Ocala, Fla. 16-3t
LOST One Goodyear tire, 33x4, No.

62085. Finder return to P. M. Mich
ael, care Smith Grocery Co. 15-3t

WANTED One combination electric

and telephone man; also two linemen.
Address Prairie Pebble Phosnhate

Co., Mulberry, Fla. ll-14-4t

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.

RAZOR BLADES SHARPENED 1
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

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 always
ways always a rush at that time. The Star, tf

FOR SALE-r 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-5-6t
W. K. Lane, JL D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat, Law Library Building, Ocala, j

' I j J3 1 t

wnicn lena to accumulate wimin our;
bodies, we can escape the disease. Re- ;
member these three C's a clean ;
mouth, a clean skin and clean bowels.
To carry off poisons from the system i
and keep the bowels loose, daily doses
of a pleasant laxative should be taken. ;
Such a one is made of May-apple, j

leaves of aloe, root of jalap, and call- f

ed Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. Hot
lemonade should be used freely if at attacked
tacked attacked by a cold, and the patient;

should be put to bed after a hot mus-!
tard foot-bath. t
To prevent the attack of bronchitis ;

or pneumonia and to control the pain, l
... m Ill

Anunc tablets should be obtamea at

the drug store, and one given every i

two hours, with lemonade. The Ann

ric tablets were first discovered by Dr. I

Pierce, and, as they flush the bladder
and cleanse the kidneys, they carry

awav much of the poisons and the S

uric acid.
It is important that broths, milk,

buttermilk, ice cream and simple diet j
be given regularly to strengthen the
system and increase the vita! resis- i

tance. The fever is diminished by the

vise of the Anuric tablets, but in ad-i
dition, the forehead, arms and hands 1
may be bathed with water (tepid) in

which a tablespoonful of salaratus has i

been dissolved in a quart. After an

attack of grip or pneumonia to build j
up and strengthen the system, obtain j
at the drug store a good iron tonic, t
called "Irontic" Tablets, or that well j

well known herbal tonic, Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. Adv. 1

SANITATION IS A MATTER
OF CO-OPERATIOX

With

on each side of

neighbor behind you.

CO-OPERATE

ine ne;gn!or

you ; the

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 Sies cannot get
at it, and smells are prevented.
Flies are deadly. They are born
in manure and live mostly on
garbage. One of the fiies which
has been crawling Gn 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 improve the appearance of
our streets.

Ocala Board oi Health

. V-..

k XB

TATOTVT A V

At the Marion County Fair next week. It will be in its usual
place in the Ladles' Art Department and will be 6f special interest
to the ladies and chUdrenfe display will again be in charge
of Miss Julra Thompso-ao will be pleased to greet our patrons
and friends in her Visual pleasing manner.

We also take this occasion to invite you to inspect our mag mag-nificent
nificent mag-nificent line of Fall and Winter Millinery. We have a most com complete
plete complete assortment of styles and shapes to select from, and you will
find the prices very moderate considering the real qurlity of the
line on display this season. We will be glad to greet our patrons
and their friends.
AFFLECK MILINERY
jPARLOR

OCALA,

Ocala, House Block, South Side

FLORIDA.

Take care of your feet. If they are
giving you trouble, have them ex examined
amined examined by M. M. Little, the only foot
specialist in Ocala. No cost to you. tf

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

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

Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and BALM ERS
PHi'jNES 47. 104. JOS
OCALA, FLOFIDA

Christmas season is now here. Have
your dresser scarfs, table and ben

I linen, towels, etc., hemstitched at The
For expert piano tuner phone 427. 1 Hemstitcher, Ocala, Fla. 14-6t

r..T r.V.V.V .V..V..V..T..1

TTTV1

3:

A FLAM SIMIMEOT OF FACTS

If the high cost of Jiving is troubling you, and it is worrying most
of us these days, step in and see me when you are in Ocala for the
Fair. Goldman's store on the west side of the Court House Square is
one of the most interesting places in the city to trade. Here you are
able to get anything you may wish and at such low prices that you will

wonder how you could ever have kept away.

When you want your
next
SUIT OF CLOTHES,
UNDERWEAR,
HAT or SHOES
See me before making jour
porehases. I'll save yon money.

If you are In Need of
A HANDBAG.
SUIT CASE,
TRUNK or GRIP,
r
Let us show yon the most com complete
plete complete line in Central Florida

We Carry the most ex extensive
tensive extensive line of
RIFLES, GUNS,
REVOLVERS and
AMMUNITION
in Marion county, and sell them
at rock bottom prices

DIAMONDS, WATCHES, CUFF BUTTONS, BRACE BRACE-LETS
LETS BRACE-LETS AND Jewelry OF EVERY DESCRIPTION

We can give you the lowest
prices on All Kinds of Musical
Intruments, Guitars, Banjoes,
Mandolins, Accordeons Etc

A few Sewing machines in
perfect order that you can buy
at a very low figure. These
Machines are unoredeemed
pledges.

We Are Exclusive Agents for
COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONES. ad GMAFONALAS
And have them in prices ranging from $20 to $200, and wUl sell them on terms to
suit the purchaser. Hundreds of Records on hand and we have all the new ones
right up to the minute. Send for our Record Catalogue.
If we were to mention every article that can be found in our store
it would fill a book and read like the catalog of a big Chicago mail
order house. We can give you cash or exchange for anything that you
may have of value. We will buy your old or broken jewelry and pay
you cash for it. We will buy or make you a liberal exchange on your
old trunk, suitcase, gun, or revolver. Your Credit is good here, if it
is elsewhere.

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Our Quest of Life
To feel within our hearts the joy of
t !iving'
lo have a purpose true in every
deed,
To know that to the world our best
we're giving
Without a thought of recompense
or meed;
To see the beauty of the passing
days,
To thrill with gladness in each
bright new dawn,
To hear in nature all her songs of
praise
Before her gladsome notes are past
and gone;
To fear not death; with faith to dart
and do;
To conquer every ill and grief ana
strife;
To live. This is our quest, and this
the answer true,
"If ye will come to Me, ye may
have life." Selected.
Conservation Day at the Woman's
Club
The regular meeting of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club was held Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon at the club house, Mrs. William
Hocker, acting president, in the chair.
The meeting which was in charge of
the combined committees on parks
and driveways, was opened by sing singing
ing singing America, followed by a moment
of silent prayer. A business meeting
preceded an illustrated lecture by Dr.
K. J. Weihe, who during the few
minutes in which he spoke made a
splendid practical talk, taking for hi3
subject, "Conservation of the Eyes,"
and impressed conservation as a na national
tional national slogan. A quartet from the
Ocaal High School Glee Club, com composed
posed composed of Misses Sara Dehon, Cevie
Roberts, Mabel Lytle and Marguerite
Edwards, with Miss Marguerite Por Porter
ter Porter as accompanist, gave two delight delightful
ful delightful numbers, with a folk dancing in innovation
novation innovation which was most pleasing.
Mrs. L. W. Duval read an interest interesting
ing interesting and instructive paper on conser conservation,
vation, conservation, giving many splendid ideas
which we regret our space will not
allow us to reproduce.
A splendid original paper prepared
by the local food administration
was then read. Mrs. Chas. H. Lloyd,
in her jisual bright and interesting
manner, opened her remarks by
saying that when Mrs. Maughs
asked Mr. Camp to come to the club
and make a speech, he fled out of the
door in terror, and said Mrs. Lloyd
would have to make the speech for
him. Mrs. Lloyd said that although

she was one of the incorporators of vj
the club, in all these years she had fj
never tried to make a speech and
thought she was too old to embark

on a career of oratory now, but she

wanted to assure the club that while
Mr. Camp was not a speaker he was
undoubtedly a doer, and while the war
was practically over, the need for
continuing our efforts is just as vital
now as when we were actually en

gaged in fighting, for the coming
year is not to be an easy one for Am America.
erica. America. Mrs. Lloyd said that when the
country was asked to go on a fifty fifty-fifty
fifty fifty-fifty wheat flour and substitute ra ration,
tion, ration, Marion county agreed to go
without' any wheat flour at all if nec necessary,
essary, necessary, and that Marion county had
used nearly one hundred per cent
substitutes to fifty per cent wheat
flour. When we were on the two two-pound
pound two-pound sugar ration, the reports show showed
ed showed that our county did not quite use
1 pounds per capita. She thanked
the women of this county for making
possible these facts.
Mrs. Hocker was next on the pro program
gram program with an instructive talk, bring bringing
ing bringing before the club a matter of spec special
ial special importance in regard to the re reform
form reform school at Marianna, which sub

ject will be taken up at the federa

tion meeting. The following resolu

tions were adopted by the Woman's

Club:

"Resolved, That the Woman's Club

of Ocala congratulates the press of
Florida on the splendid fight it is
making for the state's unfortunate
boys at Marianna, and because we
realize that what is done should be
constructive and thorough from the
bottom up, and the inside out, we en endorse
dorse endorse the editorial appearing in the
Tampa Times Nov. 15th, 1918, entitl entitled,
ed, entitled, 4 A Suggestion for Reform at
Marianna,' as a working basis toward
a practical solution of this most im important
portant important matter.
"Further be it resolved, That a
copy of these resolutions be furnish furnished
ed furnished pur delegates to the state federa federation
tion federation meeting at Daytona, with in instructions
structions instructions that they lend every ef effort
fort effort toward the adoption of these, or
other resolutions of the same import,
by that representative body of wom women."
en." women." Mrs. Maughs, as chairman of drive

ways and parks, in her talk advised
all to get together and pull for the

park, and expressed herself as think thinking
ing thinking it advisable to adopt conservation

for all times.

Miss Gladys Martin, who is visiting
her relatives in the city for a few
days, delighted the audience with
her magnificent voice. Miss Irma

Blake playing her accompaniments

The hostesses for the afternoon

were Mrs. Weathers, Mrs. Helven

ston and Mrs. Logan, who served hot

tea and wafers.

A reception for new members will
be held at the Woman's lub at the

next meeting of the club.

A letter from Mrs. Maude Home,
now at Asheville. announces that she

will be at home in a few days, which
will be good news to her many friends

here.

That picture story, "Bread," at the

Temple Saturday was a real thriller,

getting next to everybody who saw
it. Mary MacLaren will hereafter be
watched for with interest by Ocala
movie fans. The feature picture to tonight
night tonight will be "Flowers of the Dusk,"
in which Viola Dana has the stellar
role. The picture tomorrow night is
one of national reputation "The Doc-
tor and the Woman" -adapted from

llsry Roberts Rmehlrt's successful
novel, which was one of the sea-j
son's best sellers a few years ago.
Mildred Harris, who leads in this
picture, is the pretty and talented
actress who married Charlie Chaplin;
a couple of weeks ago. j
Mr. and Mrs. Max Israelson are re
ceiving the congratulations of their
many friends upon the arrival of a
fine little son, who came to them at at-12:30
12:30 at-12:30 this morning, at the hospital.'
Mother and child are doing nicely and

toe. father is wearing a smile that

won't rub off. '-,-",-.
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Mr. Sidney Haile is spending a few
days in the city with his family from
his Kanapaha plantation near Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. Mr." Vernie Stevens, railroad time
inspector for the Atlantic Coast Line,
was in town for a few hours yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, returning to Lakeland in the
afternoon. Mr. Stevens has just re recovered
covered recovered from an attack of the flu,

this being his first outing since hi

sickaess. 7

Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood returned
yesterday afternoon from a delight delightful
ful delightful motor trip to Tampa, where they
were the guests of Mrs. Hood's neph nephew,
ew, nephew, Mr. Osco Zewadski and family.
Judge J. C. B. Koonce has received
his call fo roverseas duty in Y. M.
C. A. work and will report at Colum Columbia
bia Columbia University, New York, as soon as
he can wind up his business affairs,

which will probably be within

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Miss Nellie Stevens will go to Day Daytona
tona Daytona Wednesday afternoon or Thurs Thursday
day Thursday morning at the request of Dr.
Grace Whitford, to speak at the
health conference which Dr. Whit Whitford
ford Whitford will conduct Thursday afternoon.

j Miss Marion Neal of Umatilla, is
expected in the city tomorrow for a
j week's visit to her friend, Mrs. Will Will-l
l Will-l iam Barrett. Miss Neal is an Atlanta

' wesii rLl- wca "aifc r LioIrLita of

Mfs.3arrett at Wesleyan College.
Mrs Arthur WTilliams and little
daugher Martha, arrived yesterday
afternon on the limited from their
home at Murdock and will remain in
the civ for an extended visit to rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Mrs. William Hocker, district
chairman, and Mrs. Charles Lloyd,
Marion county chairman, with Mr.
Clarence tamp, food administrator

a T'-r& -Isft' yesterday
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ic Charle3 yams .
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Fashions
Women who
have seen these
Winter Suits are
as enthusiastic in
their praise as we
are. You cannot
help but admire
their trim grace grace-f
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cleverly designed
models, prices
$16.50
to
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A New New-Dress
Dress New-Dress For
Why not? The
days is alway
mo re pleasatnly
spent if you know
you are well at attired.
tired. attired. And any of
these lovelydress lovelydress-es
es lovelydress-es willassurethat.
Many styles to sel select
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$13 50
to
$59.50

PROCLAMATION
For What We Shall Be Thankful
As men first, and then as merchants, we are thankful that to our genera generation
tion generation has been committed the splended cause of "making the world safe for
democracy".
As men we are thankful to the ALMIGHTY in guiding our people to elect
our great president WOODROW WILSON when this great county of ours was
still living in PEACE and PLENTY.
As men we are thankful for the others splended men, such as our Mr.
McAdoo and the rest of Mr. Wilson's cabinet who have guided him in the bat battle
tle battle of RIGHT against MIGHT.
As men, we are thankful for Lloyd George, Clemenceau, Foch, Pershing,
Haig, Diaz, Allenby and last but not least for our boys who have gone over seas
gladly and willingly to give their lives if necessary to make this world safe for
democracy.
As men we are thankful because these stirring times have given us new
visions to brighten those ideals that the routine of daily toil cannot'help but
dull and because in the people standing across the counter from us we saw
these visions flaming too and we realized that we are all of us, men and wo women
men women alike fighting or backing a fight for right against might.
As merchants, we are thankful that we had so large a share in the distri distribution
bution distribution of those things which formed the vital and the daily needs of our boys
at camps and over seas and of our people, and in which honesty of value and
suitability of purpose are great agents in the prevention of waste the worst
euemy in war streaked days. We are glad to be able to serve so many of our
folks here in our city and county, and to serve them with an eye single to giv giving
ing giving thvm the best and the most for their money that we know how to get.
As men and merchants we are thankful for our opportunities for service
and we pledge ourselves to make this service higher, broader and deeper as
the d jys go on.

Fresh Arrivals Have Sv;;
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WINTER
COAi
The display,
now at its best,:
presents a corr
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the season's -nc
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I ASK FOR SOUVENIERS

1918

1918

MARION

CflMJRITY FAIR

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Will Be the Greatest and Happiest in its His History.
tory. History. Everybody Come to Ocala and to
the People's Fair.
NOVEMBER 19 20 21 22

You Have Never Seen
Prettier Waists Than Th
We give you the fullest nieasu:
value in these waists. Ceiipar-C

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WE SELL 7
"AMERICAN LADY A ,s
STOUT WAISTS dels-. ;
fully made of Crepe de Chine!
Georgettes, prices 3,50 ail(

Besides the Attractions at the Fair We have Arranged Attractions at
Store in the Way of taking care of the Crowds and Looking after
Wants in Ladie's READY-TO-WEAR, MILLINERY, DRY GOODS, GLOv
NOTIONS, SWEATERS, ETC.

Exclusive Styles In New
MILLINERY
f. A visit to our store for Millinery is
m-
sure to reveal Huts that are original in
design possessing every style attribute
so important to the charm of personal
appearanses, prices from
$1.50 up
KNITTING YARNS
Full Stock Here
Splendid Knit Underwear
For Women and Children. Before
real cold weather sets in, is the time to
get your heavy underwear needs filled.
Then you'll be ready when the first cold
blast comes.

CHILDREN'S
Dresses and Sweaters,
Reasonably Priced.

' BLANKETS
That will keep you warm
and comfortable.

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This is the Place to get Your New Gloves.
Prices are Lower and Quality Better.

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The Pretty New t
These Silks have but one pur
to be cut up into pretty wear
Light and dark shades in Crepe,
and Taffita. They are most rel
bly priced because of early order:
Thanksgiving Table Li:
Way Below Present Va
Special In Dress Gingt
36-Inch Dress Gingham, Lar(
sortment of Patterns. 50 cent yc
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It is a safe investment for the excellence
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y It is an attractive investment for the
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unusual with cars of its price.

It is an economical investment for its
cost is modest and its upkeep low.
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Birthday Party
Master Aithur Cobb Jr., whose
fourth Jbirthday, Nov. 18, is today, is

celebrating the occasion this after afternoon
noon afternoon at the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Cobb on Fort King
avenue.
The children will play on the lawn,
and later will be served ice cream,
cake and taffy candy at the prettily
decorated table in the dining room by
Mrs. Cobb and Miss Fanita Cobb, who
will assist her mother in entertaining
her small guests. A marshmallow
roast will add enjoyment to the oc occasion.
casion. occasion. The host of course will exit
the birthday cake which has a pink
candle for each happy year and one
to grow on.
The guests at this party are a
dozen intimate playmates of Master
Arthur.
Wednesday afternoon the union
Bible study class meets at the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian manse at three o'clock. Sub Subject,
ject, Subject, "Vision," John 12-21. All Bible
students welcome.
Four new members were added to
the Ocala Woman's Club Saturday.
Thev are Mrs. H. W. Henry, Mrs.

Cox, Mrs. Dehon, Miss Mamie Shep Shep-pard,
pard, Shep-pard, and a complimentary member-

Si ship was extended to Mrs. lurKDy,

I the wire or ucaia s new .cpiscupai
! rector.
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Mrs. C. H. Ryan of Houston, Tex.,
is in the city on a visit to her mother,
Mrs. F. M. Sanders of Lebanon, who
is ill at the hospital. Mrs. Ryan is
the wife of a prominent Texas physic physician
ian physician and was a trained nurse before
her marriage, having graduated from

a Tampa hospital.

Mrs. J. H. Mason, accompanied by
little Miss Susan Stovall, arrived in
the city today and will be the guests
of Mrs. Stovall's mother and other
relatives until after the fair. Mrs.
Mason as Miss Minnie Stovall was
one Of Ocala's most popular girls and
always finds a warm welcome on her
frequent visits here.
Letters received by friends from
Miss Florence Conibear, the popular
domestic science teacher in our high
school, who has been so ill at her
home in Lakeland, give the informa information
tion information that she is just able to sit up,
and will not be able to reach Ocala
earlier than Sunday next.
Miss Donella Griffin arrived in the

city today from Tallahassee, and will

remain the entire week in the interest

of the state home demonstration work

of which she is the capable chairman
under Miss Agnes Ellen Harriss. She
is the guest of her brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Griffin.
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The literature department of the
Woman's Club of which Mrs. Warner
is chairman, announces that the
French class, under the instruction

of Miss Stone will meet Wednesday

afternoon at the school building in instead
stead instead of Tuesday. The beginners'
class will meet at 3 o'clock, the ad advanced
vanced advanced class at four. The change in
the day is made for this week only.
The hospitality committee of the
Woman's Club, of which Mrs. E. C.
Bennett is chairman, is arranging a
rest room at the fair grounds, which
will be the first effort made by this
committee to serve first their home
people. This room or booth is to be
attractively arranged, with comfort comfortable
able comfortable seats and everything necessary
for the comfort and convenience of
all visitors to the fair, both in town
and from other communities. There
will be members from this committee
serving every day, the room being in
charge of Mrs. H. W. Henry, and all

who visit the fair should visit this at attractive
tractive attractive room, where the weary may
find rest and most cordial hospitality

extended to all.

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The special services held at th

Baptist church last night at which the

Marion County Guards, of which Rev.
Wrighton is the chaplain, were invit invited
ed invited to attend as a body, were very in interesting
teresting interesting and well attended. The
pastor took his text from Hebrews,
11:30, and showed that prayer was
the greatest factor in winning the
war. The similarity between the fall
of Jerico and the victory God gave to
the Israelites and the victory of the
free nations over Germany, which was
accomplished by unlikely means, and
by a nation organized for peace in instead
stead instead of war, showed that God was
ever on the side of right against the

side of might. The fine message from
this consecrated speaker made a

splendid impression, for his word

were filled with wisdom and delivered
with an earnestness that sunk deep
into the heart sof his hearers. The
music by the choir was much enjoyed.

Dr. and Mrs. R. T. Weaver came up

from Dade City in their car yester

day. Dr. Weaver, who is food admin

istrator of Pasco county, went on to

Jacksonville, to attend the state meet

mg of administrators to be held in

that city, while Mrs. Weaver remains
to attend the fair. Mrs. Weaver is
the gueit of Mrs. Elmer DeCamp.
Miss Ethel Haycraft. who is teaching

in uade City, wanted to also attend
the fair and see her Ocala friends, but
could not leave her position.
r aper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack package,
age, package, ten cents at Gerisr's Drugstore.
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

MARIOCOUNTY FAIR
Grand Stand
The fair management 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-
pletition, and everything will be in;
good shape, by the time the gates are i
opened next" Tuesday. We would
especially call the attention of the
people to the fact that the grand
ttand has been rebuilt and is abso absolutely
lutely absolutely 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 under
der under the grand stand.
Community Exhiibt
Those communities who will com compete
pete compete 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 exhibits
hibits exhibits cannot compete in individual
classes. Neither will any individual
exhibit placed outside the community

booth be allowed 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 exhibits
hibits exhibits will be the trustees of the
schools of the communities exhibiting
and the prize money will be divided
among the schools of the winning
community.
Prizes

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In telling of Stbbald Wilson's visit;
home Saturday, we tried to, say he :
was here on a ten-day leave, but the )
type insisted on making is two days.
White Bermuda Onion plants 20
cents per 100, 1.50 per 1000. Bitting!'
& Co., N. Magnolia St., Phore 14. Ct ;

Mr. Reynolds Crook, after a please (
ant visit to his partner, Mr. J. M.j
Thomas, left Saturday for another;
visit to friends in Jacksonville, Ala., ;
after which he will return to his

home in Spartanburg, S. C.
Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack package,
age, package, ten cent? at Gerig's Drugstore.
Some of the friends of Julian Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Everett Clayton and Cecil Mc Mc-Leod,
Leod, Mc-Leod, three original Company A boys,
now serving with other units in
France, are rejoicing over copies of
a picture taken of the trio somewhere
in the Argonne. Julian, who was al always
ways always jealous of the good looks of R.
S. Rogers, has had a skintight hair haircut
cut haircut which made him look like a twin
of the popular abstract man, and the
other two boys are fine advertise advertisements
ments advertisements of the sufficiency as well as ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency of Uncle Sam's commissary.
They have all been thru the mill sine
that picture was taken.

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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.

ct vxfsr. axc nooncTCCTADftrnrc '(Banc building. 14-5t

Best community exhibit, $250.
Second best exhibit, $50.
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
as well as helping their community
to win the community prize.
It has also been found necessary
to group some of the smaller pre precincts
cincts precincts 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 cut
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.

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

TO FAIR EXHIBITORS

If you are contemplating the print

ing of placards for your exhibits at

the fair, place your order at once. The
usual rush during fair week may pre

vent getting out your work on time,
unless the order is placed a short time

in advance. THE STAR.

RAGS WANTED
cotton rags (not

Clean

wanted at the Star office.

scraps)
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Paper imniang Cups, 25 to pack package,
age, package, ten cents at Gerig's Drugstore.
Let us supply your TOILET AR

TICLES. Our line is complete, and
the prices always reasonable. The

Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. tf

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

Dr. D. M. Smith returned Saturday
from Chicago, where he has been un under
der under treatment for two months of an
eye specialist. Except for his lame
eye, he is in good health, and his
friends are glad to see him home. Be Before
fore Before the doctor left Chicago, he had
the pleasure of spending a few days
with his eldest son, Lieut.-Col. Dan
Morgan Smith, who returned recently
from the western front, where he was

twice wounded and promoted from
major to his present rank. Colonel

Smith went thru some of the most

desperate fighting of the war, but he
was impressed by the devoted brav

ery of the non-combatants more than

by that of the armed men, tho' the

latter did all men could do. He espec

ially praised the people the present

the present United War Work drive

is on for the Y. M. C. "A., K. of C,
Salvation army and Red Cross, not

to speak of the cooks and stretcher
bearers. Col. Smith said the bravest
man he saw was a chaplain, a Bap Baptist
tist Baptist preacher, who went into No

Man's Land under fire and brought

out several wounded, the colonel and
his men finally following suit and

bringing in over a score in the face
of what seemed certain death. Also
he praised the Salvation Army work workers,
ers, workers, who with bullets flying around
and shells bursting over them made

coffee and served it hot to the fight

ing men. Dr. Smith stopped in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to visit his daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Morris Smith, who had received

a cablegram. announcing that her hus

band, Lieut. Morris Smith, had also
come thru the perils of battle un unharmed,
harmed, unharmed, which is very good ne"ws to
the many in Ocala and elsewhere who

know and esteem that splendid young

soldier.
FOR RENT Furnished, large, airy
rooms. Apply to Mrs. William Sin

clair, 20 Herbert street. 18-6t

Mc La ren's Imperial Cheese,
Mc Laren's Deviled Cliecsc,
Mc Larch's. Chile Cheese,
Pineapple Cheese, Edam Cheese.
Dried Figs,
Seedless Raisins,
New Seeded Raisins,
Dromedary Dates.

Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel.
PICKLE S
Bulk, Dills, Sweet Mixed, Chow Chow and
Sweet Relish.
COOKING APPLES
65c Peck.

0. K. TEAPOT CROC

ERY

Phones 16 & 174.

LOST On last Wednesday, a child's

heather green sweater, either at

school or on return from school, prob probably
ably probably on Fort King avenue. Finder
please return to Star office. 18-3t

TO THE L0R3

And Your Country For the Glory
of Our Arms by Buying War Sav Savings
ings Savings Stamps This Month

"WAR. SAVING. STAMPS
SUES by t::2.
UNITED STATES

OCALA ICE & PACKING

COMPANY

Second Hand
BURLAP BAGS
Bought and Sold.
We Pay the Highest Cash Prices.
Write for Prices to
TAMPA BAG COMPANY
POSTOFFICE BOX 592 Long Distance Phone 4475
Tampa, Florida.

Read the Star Want Ads It Days

(! OECi! OSO3lIg)s(DH105 CEd BICES SOH! EE05

Tastes like some fine
blend of coffee budb

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conxains no car reme

Ifie unusually attractive taste of

ll

6

fei

99

n

p

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mm

LIFE

FIRE

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida'

makes many people prefer it
to coffee.
And you can make each cup
stronger mild just as you
wish by varying' the amount
of Instant Postum used per
cup.
A Trial Is Convincing.
" There's a Reason"

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