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The Ocala evening star
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Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and
Thursday; possibly light frost, to tonight
night tonight interior northwest portion.
VOL. 25, NO. 279






American Delegation to Peace Con Conference
ference Conference Will be Taken to Europe
by an Imposing Armada
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 20--Navy offic officials
ials officials said today President WHson and
the American delegation to the peace
conference would cross the Atlantic
on one i the big army transports,
convoyed by a dreadnaught and fotil fotil-la
la fotil-la of destroyers.
Consolidated the Companies
Washington, Nov. 20. The consoli consolidation
dation consolidation of services of .the Western
Union and Postal Telegraph Com Companies
panies Companies under government control was
announced today by Postmaster Gen General
eral General Burleson, effective Dec. 1st.
X No Change that You Can Notice
Washington, Nov. 20. An order
making effective government posses posses-aion
aion posses-aion and control of the marine cable
systems of the United States, pro proclaimed
claimed proclaimed by the president under date
of November ind, was 'issued today
- by Postmaster General Burleson. The
order directs that until further notice
the cable companies shall continue
operation thro; gh the Regular chan channels.
nels. channels. Casualty List Corrections"
Washington. Nov. 20 The follow following
ing following corrections in" the casualty list
. are announced, all previously report reported
ed reported killed or wounded:
Wounded severely, Jim Gay, Ad Ad-rain,
rain, Ad-rain, Ga.; Corporal Sidney Bolam, At Atlanta.
lanta. Atlanta. V
Wounded to a degree undetermined:
Liuet. James Stow, Eatonton, Ga.;
James Comfort, Lawrenceville, Ga.;
Henry Pritchett, Dozier, Ala.; Gus
Lemley, Bloomfield, Ala.;. Cleveland
Dees, Oldtown, Fla.; Walter Stanley,
Ponce DeLeon, Fla.
Sick inv the hospital; Ed Rogers,
Ramhurst, Ga.
Prisoners :,v Elihue Obar, Ladiga,
Ala'.; James Pruett, Round Mountain,
Brewers Waging Battle
Washington. Nov. 20. The war
waged by' the brewest against- an antagonistic
tagonistic antagonistic business houses and indi individuals
viduals individuals was given special attention to today
day today by the Senate committee. The
names of firms listed for attack be.-
. cause of then prohibition tendencies
were given the committee.
' Our Navy Must Expand
Washington, Nov. 20. Continued
naval expansion by the United States
without regard at the present for
possible decisions of the peace con conference,
ference, conference, the formation of a league of
nations or the reduction of arma
ment' was recommended to Congress
today by Secretary Daniels, .s
, Express Rates Increase
.Washington, Nov. 20. General in
creases an express rates were an
nounced today by 'Secretary McAdoo.
The increases are said to be due to
higher .wages and become effective
immediately. East of the Mississippi
and north of the Ohio and Potomac
rivers the new rates on merchandise
. will be about 16 and 17 cents a hun hundred
dred hundred higher; the increase in food
rates 75 per cent as much. For the
- remainder of the country the increase
in the merchandise rate will be from
10 to 12 cents.
Al! members of the Marion County
Home Guards are ordered to report
at the armory at 7:30 tonight, with without
out without uniform. Important.
C. V. Roberts, Comd. Officer.
A newspaper headline tells us that
the kaiser is soon to be interned."
What intersts us a whole lot more is
as to when he is to be interred. Ex
.This store will close at 1 o'clock
tomorrow Thursday, afternoon, and
will remain closed all afternoon and
evening. O. K. -Teapot Grocery, ?
If Harvey Clark, Proprietor.
. ; ;
We are making a special effort to
collect a ton of tin this month. Mrs,
W. W. Condon has recently turned
over to us nearly two hundred pounds
of tinfoil, which, was collected at the
Book Shop. Besides, conserving the
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.



Ignominious Ending of the Teuton
Pirates Attempt to Ten-orize
s the Ocean
(Associated Press)
London, Nov. 20. Twenty German
submarines were surrenderd to Rear
Admiral Tyrwhitt, thirty miles off
Harwich this morning at sunrise, ac
cording to a press association dis dispatch.
patch. dispatch. These are the first U-boats to
be turned over to the Allies.
Dutch Insurgents Have Sobered Down
London Tuesday, Nov. 19.- Latest
reports from Holland seem to indi indicate
cate indicate that the threatened revolution
there has brown over.
' Allied Losses in October
London, Nov. 20. Allied and neu
tral shipping losses for October
totalled 93,000 tons', it was announc
ed today.
Italians Control the Adriatic
Rome, Tuesday, Nov. 19. An Ital
ian cruiser has entered the Harbor of
Sebenico. An Austrian trans-Atlantic
lines, the Franz Josef, which is in
that port, was taken over and renam
ed the Diaz and the Italian flag hoist hoisted.
ed. hoisted. Order nas been restored at Fiume,
it is stated.
If You Want to See the Airplanes to
the Best Advantage
After" looking over the various
places suitable for landing fields,
Lieut. Simmons and the committee
picked out a big field east of the city.
People who want to see the airplanes
to the best advantage had better go
to the fair grounds, as they will go
thru their evolutions above it. The
officers will not encourage people to
go to see the machines at the landing
field, and the general public will not
be allowed to approach them.
It must particularly be remember
ed that it is against the law, and pun
ishable with a severe penalty to take
kodak or any other kind of pictures
of an United States army or navy
Be sure to be at the fair ground
all of toyhorrow afternoon if you want
to get the best idea of your country's
air cavalry, which had not the Hun
surrendered would have driven him
into the depths of the earth in a few
more months.
For People Who Wish to Send Christ-
mas Boxes Thru the Red Cross to
Soldiers in France r
In order to insure the receipt of a
Christmas parcel by every single man
in the American expeditionary forces,
the war department has extended the
time of mailing for overseas packages
until November 30, and has authoriz authorized
ed authorized the American Red Cross to have
printed sufficient additional Christ
mas labels exactly, similar to those
received from abroad to issue to those
families who have 'not received the
labels which were distributed to the
me nabroad. In many cases these
labels have been lost in transit and
the new ruling provides that the
nearest relative of each man in the
A. E. F. may obtain from the Red
Cross chapter a duplicate label pro
vided the original has not arrived by
November 21.
Applicants for these duplicate lab
els should make a written statement
to the effect that he or she is -the
nearest living relative in the United
States of the man to whom the pack
age is to be sent, that he or she has
not received a label from abroad, that
should such a label be received it
would not be used and that to the best
of his or her knowledge and belief
only one package will be sent to the
proposed recipient. This statement
must be acknowledged in the pres presence
ence presence of a notary public.
This extension of the time limit and
the issuing of duplicate labels abso.
lutely insures a Christmas package tfr
every man in the service in Europe.
The southern division is now having
these labels printed and they will be
distributed to chapters with full in instructions
structions instructions by November 21.
Those in charge of the sending of
packages here state that these extra
labels cannot be secured until Nov.
21 and request the public not to apply
for them before that time.'
Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack
age, ten cents at Gerig'a Drugstore.
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. Eddi son's, Cushion Sole Shoe for
tired and tender feet, at Little's Shoe
TParlor. 24-tf


American Troops Steadily Advanced
Eastward Yesterday Without
Opposition y
" (Associated Press)
London, Nov. 20. A communique
from General Pershing under yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's date says: "On this front the
third day passed without incident.
Our troops are occupying a general
line through Etalle St. Ledger, Long Long-wy,
wy, Long-wy, Audunx, Lercman and Brisy."
Across the Frontier
With the American Army of Oc Occupation,
cupation, Occupation, Nov. 20. (By the Associat Associated
ed Associated Press.) American troops shoved
across the German frontier today.
Relative to the Closing of Business
Houses on Thursday, No No-.
. No-. veraber 21st, 1918
Whereas, The Marion County Fair
is now being conducted in the city of
Ocala; and,
Whereas, Thursday, November 21,
3918, has been designated as a day of
special attractions for the fair, at
which time aviation flights will be
conducted by aviation machines of the
United States army; and,"
Whereas, It is desirable that as
large attendance as possible may be
had at the fair on that day, and that
all clerks and employees be given an
opportunity to participate in the
pleasures of the day; and,
Whereas, The Ocala Retail Merch-;
ants Association has endorsed thtI
movement to close oil business houses j
between the hours of 1 and 5 p. m.,
on Thursday, November 21st;
Now, Therefore, by virtue of the
authority vested in me as mayor of
the city of Ocala, I do hereby pro proclaim
claim proclaim a half -holiday for the afternoon
of Thursday, November 21st, 1918,
and do call upon the proprietors of all
business houses in the city of Ocala
to close, their places of business on
such day between the hours of one
and .five p. m., and do urge upon all
citizens that they attend the fair and
make it the greatest success, in the
history of Marion county.
In witness whereof I have here
unto set my hand as mayor of the
city of Ocala this the 19th day ot
November, A. D. 1918.
J. E. Chace, Mayor.
Attest: H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.
Ocala Stores That Will Close Thurs-j
day Afternoon
We, the undersigned retail merch
ants of Ocala, do hereby agree to close
our respective places of business be
ginning at one o'clock p. m., and con
tinuing until five p. m., on Thursday,
the 21st day of November, 1918, for
the purpose of allowing our em employees
ployees employees to attend the county fair:
Mclver & MacKay, The Book Shop,
H. B. Masters Co., Affleck Millinery
Parlor, Marion Hardware Co., M. A.
Bostick, Rheinauer & Co., Main Street
Market, Gerig's Drug Store, Smith
Grocery Co., McCrorey Stores Cor Corporation,
poration, Corporation, O. K. Teapot Grocery, Mar Marcus
cus Marcus Frank, Clarkson Hardware Co.,
Hayes & Guynn, Perkins Barbershop,
Theus Bros., E. C. Jordan & Co., B.
Goldman, M. M. Little, G. C. Greene,
J. Malever, J. Chas. Smith, M. Fishel
& Sons, E. T. Helvenston, Nasn
Bros., A. T. Burnett, M. S. Sawaya.
Hr A. Waterman, L. J. Blalock, Court
Pharmacy, Ollie Mordis, Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore, E. A. Snowden, C. R.
Tydings, Bitting & Co.
All registrants who had not on Sep September
tember September 12th, 1918, attained their
37th birthday will be required to fill
out and return questionnaires as
The president directs that regis registrants
trants registrants who on Sept. 12, 1918, had at attained
tained attained their 37th birthday and who
have received questionnaires need not
fill out such questionnaires, but they
are immediately to return such docu documents
ments documents to their local boards. No charge
of delinquency will be entered against
any such registrant for his failure
heretofore to fill out and return his
questionnaire, even though the time
set for such return is now passed, and
all charges of delinquency heretofore
entered against such registrants of
such ages who have failed to return
their questionnaires within the time
limits set therefor will be cancelled
and made of no effect.
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 cn display. M. & C
Bank building. 14-5t

RO Ail


Revolted German Army Broke Loose
from Its Government and
Marching Into Russia
tAdsoclated Press)
London, Tuesday, Nov. 19. -The
situation in the east is causing anx anxiety
iety anxiety in Germany, and the Berlin Lok Lok-al
al Lok-al Anzeiger says it learns that a
great German army is marching east eastward,
ward, eastward, according to a Copenhagen dis dispatch
patch dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph.
OI the Local Board f or Marion Coun County,
ty, County, Florida, Accepted Into the
Military Service:
Charley Smith, colored;
Augustus Small, colored.
John Richard Lake, colored.
Frank Buckner, colored.
Arthur Elijah Spikes, colored.
Thomas Henderson, colored.
Andrew Young, colored.
Ernest Howard, colored.
Leroy Hicks, colored.-
John Harvey, colored.
Nathaniel Gaines, colored.
Arthur Waters, colored.
Jennis William Brown, white.
James Mason, colored.
Josh Weathers, colored.
Arthur Ryan, colored.
James Claud Bronson, white.
Henry Smith, colored.
Joseph Gadson. colored.
William Burns, colored.
George H. Lonnon, colored.
Riley Hurst, colored.
' Will Young, white.
. Wilbert Franklin, colored.
Homer Lewis, colored. v
Harris McMahon; colored.
Robert Gollman, colored.
Will Mitchell, colored.
Herbert Warren,, colored.
Ben Adams, colored.
Will Sullivan, colored.
Walter Goodwin, colored.
Julius James, colored.'
Lonzo Nunn, colored.
John Henry Brown colored.
, Timothy Johnson, colored.
Horace Walter Lett, colored.
John W. Mazon, colored.
Lonnie Gibson, colored.
Isaac Ballard, colored.
Willie Johnson, colored.
Leroy Henry Wise, .colored.
Herbert Williams, colored.
Harvey Robinson, colored.
Jay Gould Harvey, colored.
Ralph Howell, colored.
Charles Edward Standley, white.
Isaac James Smith, colored.
Whorter John Carter, white.
Robert Weathers, colored.
John Bowman, colored.
Eddie Franklin, colored.
Dave. Dunlap, colored. "
Samuel Benjamin Brown, colored.
Charlie Johnson, colored.
Tony Kiriakas, white.
Will Hood, colored.
John Blackshear, colored.
Jessie Glymp, colored.
Tdward James Wilson, colored.
Richard Allen Ladson, colored.
Leonard Maxwell, colored.
Reuben Owens, colored.
Dewey Lasky, colored.
Lloyd William, colored.
Odue Calvin, colored.
Jesse Roberts, colored.
Joe Rowe, colored.
Harper Gray Akins, white.
Carlos Spence, colored.
Ezekill Hart, colored.
Israel Vernon, colored.
John Reddish, colored.
Paul Hawkins, white.
Arthur Pool, colored.
Wesley Evans,, colored.
Robert Freeman Connor, white.
Frank Goodman, colored.
Robert Joseph Colding, white.
John Goree Blitch, white.
Major Drummer, colored.
William Ernest Adams, white.
Jesse Williams, colored.
Jesse Knight, colored.
Eddie Henderson, colored.
William Mims Knight, white.
Ardis Chapman, colored.
George Graham, colored.
Willie Graham, colored.
Forbes Bradley Wood, colored.
William Marion Martin, white.
Winters B. Hames, white.
Landis Blitch, white.
Charles Robert Tydings, white.
Clint Freeman, colored.
Julius Lewis, colored.
Leonard M. Redding, white.
Porter Lewis, colored.
Will Brock, colored.
Charlie Brady, colqred.
Ernest Evans, colored.
Jose Osteen, white.
Wallace Jefferson Markham, white.
Charley Pearson, colored.
Clifford Evans, colored.
Andrew. Wright, colored.
William Washington, colored.
Remmer Grady Lanier, white.
Eli Williams, colored.
Frank Douglas Taylor, colored.


is in the Hands of an
Bolsheviki Army from
Associated Press)
Copenhagen, Nov. 20 The Ukrain Ukrainian
ian Ukrainian government has been overturned
and Kiev captured by troops from
Astrakan, according to Kiev dis dispatches
patches dispatches to Swedish newspapers. The
Ukranian national assembly has fled
and a provisional government been
established by the captors of the city,
who are apparently commanded by
General Denikine. leader of the anti anti-Bolsheviki
Bolsheviki anti-Bolsheviki forces.
James Mullens, colored. -Imla
T. Keep, white.
Grover Cleveland Harper, white.
Abe Jas. Menchan Jr., colored.
James Graham, colored.
Walter Jackson, colored.
William Lumpkin, colored.
Frank Adams, colored.
Chester Joseph Hillman, white.
Jerry A. Snelling, white.
William Needham, white.
Leonard Coleman colored.
Adam Richardson Jr., colored.
Iley Herrin. colored.
1 Washington Williams, colored.
Joseph Edward White, white.
Ralph Duncan Rackard, colored.
Lawrence Felder, colored.
Wm. Washington Staggers, colored.
James Wilson Gant, colored.
London Ward, colored. -Isaac.
Cowels Jr., colored.
Mose Howard, colored.
Tommie Ambrose, colored.
Jim Dingle, colored
Luther Davis, colored.
Whitman Waters, colored.
Thomas Sheldon Clayton, .white.
Paul Edward Clark, colored.
Philmore McCoy, colored.
Tom Weathers, colored.
David Julian Jackson, colored.
Hume A. Vann, white.
Francis Epps Harris Jr.,- white.
Charles Guy Miller, white.
William McKinley Jones, colored.
Thomas Anderson, colored.
Hall Hamilton, colored.
William Half ord, white.
TSrnest E. Schenck, white.
Sam Bryant, colored.
Johnnie Lawton, colored.
Allen Earl Petrie, white.
Bascom H. King, white.
Clyde Dozier Jordan, white.
Talmage Baldwin, colored.
Chestine Sanders, colored.
Oscar Donaldson, colored.
Doc Fore, colored.
Jim Nichols, colored.
Mose Waters, colored. ....
James Russell, white.
-Johnnie Chambers, colored!
Grover Hill Grantham, white.
Robert Laurence, colored.
Freddie Mathews, colored.
William Wallace Waters, white.
James Walter Nichols, white.
ry Moody, colored.
John Edgar Proctor, white.
Eugene Ellis, cofored.
Simon Fletcher, colored
Odus Calvin Radford, white.
Willie Bird, colored.
Leon Modisto Franklin, colored.'
Bell Graham, colored.
John Mitchell, colored.
Daniel Angustus Boon, white.
Walter Holly, colored. -Castle
Johnson, colored.
Harry Harris, colored.
Otis Luchion Gaskins, white.
Henry Murray, cojored.
Simpson McCoy, colored..
William Allen Moorman, white.
Alonzo Ferman Parry, white.
Benjamin Hill Forbes, white.
Charlie Hayward, colored.
George Washington Stark, colored.
John Thomas Bellamy, colored.
Lawson Julius Sigmon, white.
Ocey Marcum, white. N
Douglas Holland, colored.
Hamp Frazier, colored.
James Daughtry, white.
John Hamilton, colored.
Daniel Roberts, colored.
Frank Edmonds, colored.
Glover Wells, white.
Charlie Steele, colored.
Walter Stark, colored.
Thomas LaFayette Hames, white.
Robert Lacey Timmons, white.
Prince Davis, colored.
Gardie Albert Kinard, white.
James Alexander, colored.
Clyde At wood Emerson, white.
Hudson Counts, colored.
Lee Croskey, colored.
Samuel James Capers, colored.
Sam Lacons, colored.
Archie Hamlyn Still, white.
Willie Lawrence Jennings, white.
Hallie Butler, colored.
Calvin Nelson, colored.
Howard Hunter, colored.
Bennie McCants, colored.
Watson Irvin, colored.
Clyde Christopher Balkcom, white.
Johnnie White, colored.
, George Baker, colored. : -James
Barber, colored. 1



Delegates from German Austria in
Berlin to Negotiate Union
of the Nations', ;
(Associated "Press -Copenhagen,
Thursday, Novl9.
Delegates from Vienna have arrived
in Berlin to negotiate the union of
German-Austria with Germany.
'Erzberger Making Arrangements
Basel, Nov. 20. Mathias Erzer Erzer-berger,
berger, Erzer-berger, who was at the head of the
armistice envoys, has agreed at the
request of the government to con continue
tinue continue negotiations relative to the ar armistice
mistice armistice to prepare for those of peace,
it is reported. He thus, strictly speak speaking,
ing, speaking, is secretary of state for peace,"it
is said.
A Difficult Undertaking
Basel, Nov. 20. The announcement
is made from Vienna by the council
of state that it has been decided to
raise the new Austrian loan from
"new sources of revenue," because of
the financial situation.,
The mid-month session of the city
council held last evening was a short
one, and only a few matters of
routine business were attended to.
A communication from the De La
Vergne Engine Company, wliich fur-
nished the oil engine for the munici municipal
pal municipal plant, was read. It proposed that
the company would send a represen representative
tative representative here to consult with the coun council
cil council in regard to some kind of a settle settlement
ment settlement of the differences between the
company and the -city. Council in instructed
structed instructed the clerk to write that' such
an arrangement would be welcomed
by the city. It seems that the engine
in question has npt "delivered the
The Ocala Woman's Club, which
has charge of the rest room now lo
cated at the corner of Fort King ave avenue
nue avenue and South Magnolia street, askea
that the city's building at the corner
of Osceola and South street be turned
over to the club for that purposed The
matter was. referred to, -a committee
composed of Messrs. Goldman, Winer
and Thomas, with power to act. The
club also asks that it be allowed. to
put the adjoining lot in condition for
parking cars of visiting autoists. This
rriatter was also referred to the above
committee for action.'-
Superintendent Martin was asked to
make up a report showing a basis for
charging for power and.' lighting.
This information will be used by the
ccuncil in making up a new schedule,
which will probably go into effect
about the first of the new year.
, Willie Pinkney Mitchell, colored.
Archie Jacobs, colored.
Charley James White, white.
Wilbur Darlington. Mixson, white.
Will Howard, colored.
Eason Allen Hall, white.
Ernest Jackson, colored.
' Charlie Daniels, colored.
' Lloyd Frazier, colored.
Alridge Ward, colored.
Willie Casteel Maultsby, colored.
Archie Lopez, white.
Decnair Davis, colored.
Hardy Nichols, colored.
John Robinson, colored.
Reed Hollir.ger, white.
Joe Barrett, colored.
Jim Williams, colored.
Tmanuel IngTam, colored.
George Hirst Houston, colored.
Walter Mathews, colored colored-Willie
Willie colored-Willie Ashford, colored.
Alton B. Coggin, white.
Henry L. Redding, white.
Calvin Dunn Colding white.
Samuel Perkins Holly, colored.
Alonzo Brinson Folks, white.
Carl Y. Carlson, white.
Herbert McMahon, colored.
Robert Lee McCormick, white.
Will Be!L colored.
Cris Williams, white. ;
Leon Simpson, white.
Peter Banwell, colored,
v Paumis T. J. Duckett, colored.
Eli Howell, colored.
Augustus Pullens, colored.
T. P. Scarborough, white.
Lazarus Rowe, colored.
Dave Elmore, colored.
Zebbie Wise, colored.
Walter Elbert Sewall, white. r
James Reeves, colored.
Will Henry, colrn-ed.
Waymond Williams, colored.
Rhett Edward Dantzler, white.
Dolphus Vaughn, colored.
George Alfred Carr, white.
Ira Simpson, colored.
Weston Bagley, colored.
Andrew Michael, colored.
Abraham Collins, colored.
Fred Leaver, colored.
Henry Dykes, colored.
John Vickers, colored.
Rohalia Emanuel Johnson, colored.
" (Concluded on Fourth Pt3)




PultlUhrd Krerjr Day Eireeyt Saaday by
R. 11. Carroll, frMldeat
P. V. LeavenjcoiHl, t Secretary-Treasurer
J. II. Benjamla, Editor
Kntered at Ocala, Fla.. "ostofflce as
second -cla.3 matter. 1
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Tomorrow the airplanes will be
with us.
The Marseillaise is being sung in
the streets of Berlin.
Say, don't you think we should
have the biggest and most harmon harmonious
ious harmonious sort of a community sing?
rne rampa rnoune very truiy says
that if Dr. Klotz had made his report
to the state officers instead of the
state press it would have been hushed
If the governor and his cabinet
were working for a private firm in instead
stead instead of holding offices in which they
have sworn to do their duty T)y the
would cause them to be fired.
Germany has not been the "father "fatherland"
land" "fatherland" in nearly half a century. It has
been the kaiserland. Now the kaiser
has been discarded, perhaps in time
the people of other nations may again
speak of it kindly as the fatherland.
With only one majority in the Sen
ate, the republicans will not be extra
happy. Included in their line-up is
the copperhead Lafolette and a couple
more not much better. The demo democrats
crats democrats may be slightly in the minority
but they are a solid bunch.
The power of the press is great in
Florida. If three or four brave news
paper's will assail an evil, the balance
of the bunch will trail along behind,
barking vigorously, for awhile. Thav
is why we have so few abuses and
. such a well governed state.
Commissioner of Agriculture Mc-
children and niany others at the edu
cational building at the fair grounds
yesterday morning. Mr. McRae re returned
turned returned to Tallahassee Tuesday nieht
He is always a welcome visitor in
We don't believe Attorney General
Swearingen wrote that statement of
tne board of commissioners on state
institutions about the Marianna
school, arid he should have rmt hin
colleagues on the stand and cross-
questioned them before they signed it.
li he had they wouldn't.
Mayor Martin of Jacksonville, a
son of our honored old citizen. Col.
J. 'M. Martin, and a man well known
and much esteemed all over the state,
as well as in his home city, will arrive
in Ocala this eveniner. and will make
a talk to the people at the fair
grounds tomorrow morning. A large
audience should greet the distinguish
ed visitor.
McWhorter of the Tampa 'Tribune
has the talent if not the training of
a lawyer The way he picked to
pieces the defense of the bunch at
Marianna and its endorsement by the
board of commissioners of state in
stitutions reminds us of the manner
we have known especially brilliant
attorneys to riddle the testimony of
some untruthful and unhappy person
on the witness stand.
The board of commissioners of
state institutions speaks of Dr. Klotz
of the U. S. Public Health Service,
who tipped over the swill barrel at
xMarianna, as "Hun-like, this German
doctor." A very abusive way to speak
of a man these days. Dr. Klotz has a
German name and is probably of Ger German
man German ancestry, but so has Charlie
Schwab and hundreds of thousands of
other men who have done splendid
work for America. Unless the board
can prove Dr. Klotz is of Hun svm-

in such a manenr. Te little boys at
Marianna have been treated like cap

tives in a Hun prison camp, and the
members of the board, in their com
fortable homes sixty miles away seem
to have shown a Hun-like indifference
to their sufferings. "Hun" is an
epithet that the governor and his cab
inet should be very shy to- sung just
The Star is not 'charmed with the
idea of designating the first day. of
the fair as children's day, and giv giving
ing giving the public school children a holi
day that day so they may attend the
fair. It's too much like "trying it on
the dog." It is well known that Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday is always the least attractive da
of our fairs and the one most slimly
attended. It is the day in which the
fair shakes itself down and gets in
running order, consequently there are
fewer exhibits, fewer amusements
and fewer people. Children who
come to the fair on Tuesday have
their pleasure somewhat impaired by
the knowledge that they must go back
to their studies next day; also a boy
or girl who has been at the fair all
day is not in the best frame of mind
to study lessons in the evening. The
boys and girls who attended the fair
Tuesday had a good time, but they
would have had a much better' time
Friday. Let's let the children have
the best time we can give them they
will never be young but once. ;
It is going to require an especially
strong kind of sanity to guard against
an immediate collapse of the thrift
idea that was beginning to get a
slight hold in these United States.
The school teacher who can train the
boys and girls in her care to habits
of thrift and does it 4s doing her
country a great service. The Amer American
ican American people don't know what thirft is
yet.- Miami Metropolis.
The school boards would rather a
teacher taught her pupils Latin,
chemistry botany, zoology or some something
thing something else that will never be any 'Use
to them.
Elsewhere we "print a letter from
Miss Hartzfield, a state hospital
nurse, regarding affairs at Marianna,
where she nursed the sick during the
recent epidemic. Her testimony
against the management of the scho.ol
is worse than that of Dr. Klotz.
"Hartzfield' 'is partly a German name,
so we suppose the board of commis commissioners
sioners commissioners of state institutions will say
the nurse is a Hun, and unworthy of
France is fully avenged. What
happened to it in 1871 has in turn
happened to Germany, though the
latter has not been invaded by an
allied soldier. If M. Thiers and Jules
Favre had been alive Sunday at mid midnight,
night, midnight, and in Marshal Foch's quar quarters,
ters, quarters, they would' have appreciated
how time deals out justice. Toronto
Man and Empire.
The justice that time deals out is
seldom of any use to the wronged.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star office building at 7:30 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.
' L. H. Pillans, N. G.
M. M. Little, Secretary.-
- Marion-Dufln Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and thira
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
Stephen Jewett, W. M.
Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. 15
meets the first and third Monday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month in the Odd Fel Fellows'
lows' Fellows' hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Claire Moremen, N. G.
Eloise Bouvier, Secretary.
Fort King Camp' No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Viisting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
P. W. Whitesides, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
at the Castle Hall, over the G. C.
Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial wel welcome
come welcome to visiting brothers.
, H. B. Baxter, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No.. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, mets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house oppo opposite
site opposite postoffice, east side.
C. W. Hunter, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.

Ocala Chapter No. 29. O. E. S.J PaPer Drinking Cups; 25 to pack pack-meets
meets pack-meets at Yonge's hall the second and aSe Un cents at Geng's Drugstore.
fourth Thursday evenings of each t
month at 7:30 o'clock. White Bermuda Onion V plants 20


State Hospital Nurse at .Marianna
Reform School Describes Fearful
Condition of that Institution
( Jacksonville Metropolis)
Dr. Klotz of Daytona, joint repre representative
sentative representative of. the State Board of Health
and United States Public Health Ser Service,
vice, Service, who visited the Florida Indus Industrial
trial Industrial School for Boys at Marianna
during the recent influenza epideimc,
failed to begin to describe the hor horrible
rible horrible conditions which obtained at
that institution, according to Miss
Harts Field, a nurse who was employ employed
ed employed by the state to treat the unfortu unfortunate
nate unfortunate lads. A letter to J. C. Lanier,
Duval county probation officer, al alleges
leges alleges that the situation which obtain obtained
ed obtained .at the reform school beggars de description.
scription. description. Her letter reads as follows:
Chattahoochee, Fla., State Hospital,
November, 1918.: Mr. J. C. Lanier,
Probation Officer, Jacksonville, Fla.
Kind Mr. Lanier: Having had entire
charge of the recent influenza epi epidemic
demic epidemic at the Florida Industrial School
at Marianna in the capacity of head
nurse and superintendent of all medi medical
cal medical aid, I beg to state the following
facts: I arrived at the school Octo October
ber October 23, hetween 7 and 8 o'clock p. m.,
found sixty-four pinched-faced, un undernourished
dernourished undernourished boys lying in beds or,
what they used for beds, that were
covered in the most loathsome filth
known to a civilized world.
Two-thirds of them had on clothes
that were so dirty they positively
stunk, having the appearance of not
being changed in six months. Others
wore shirts like the one I gave to Dr.
Klock for sample to carry into U. S.
P. H. office at Jacksonville, while the
rest of them were nude, their bodies
were crusty with .dirt, .showing no
evidence of soap and water being
used for bathing since they entered
the school. I requested towels, soap
and basins to bathe all boys, also bed
linen, stating that it was absolutely
psspntifll aa I r.nulri Tint airl hovs mpd- 1
ically unless they were on clean beds
and bathed thoroughly. These articles
were not supplied and after three
days' trial to get them I was compell compelled
ed compelled to content myself with putting on
clean shirts over dirty bodies, parched
with fever. Shirts were made by la ladies
dies ladies of the Red Cross. I gave up in
despair of getting articles necessary
for personal comfort and needs and
turned my entire attention and re reserve
serve reserve knowledge to saving their lives
with medication and nouishment, part
of same being furnished and deliver delivered
ed delivered personaly by Dr. Baltzell and Col Colonel
onel Colonel Finch, as officials seemed to
think, my first days' order should last
about one hundred boys for an indefi indefinite
nite indefinite time.
Wasn't This Murder?
Order for medicine sent in to Mr.
Helms, who was acting superintend superintendent
ent superintendent for Mr. Boone was sent to him at
8 a. m. with special request to get
same by noon, as boy could not live
without it. Order 'was filled at 9:30
p. m. Boy died between 6:30 and
Dr. Klock thought conditions ter terrible
rible terrible but if he could have seen the
deplorable sight that I met with a
week before he reached the institu institution,
tion, institution, he would have been shocked be beyond
yond beyond words.
I do believe if Governor Catts could,
have seen actual -conditions as I
found them he would have felt like!
ordering the two male officials of the
white department shot. I venture to
say there are not more than four or
five mattresses in .white boys' wards
that a negro of the lowesl class would
willingly sleep on; in fact, I "do not
consider that they have any beds at
all, as a common dog would hesitate
to lie on those used for sick colored
boys (ask Dr. Klock.)
The convicts at Raiford are taught
a broader element of a better life in
the future than these boys.
I regret very much that I was un unable
able unable to talk with members of the
board on this subject, but I gave way
the previous day, due to exposure,
long hours, no sleep and strenuous
Mr. Clay Crawford came in to t see
me, but I was not in condition to dis discuss
cuss discuss the matter with him. I would
like to see you, Gov. Catts, members
of the board, and a good newspaper
reporter personally, as I don't feel
like I can do justice to the place with
a pen.
I have been a nurse for five years,
and have never seen anything to com compare
pare compare with the Florida- Industrial
School, or so impressed with such a
horrible place. The very name is a
farce. My opinion is based on actual
experience while there, and my in intern
tern intern nurses will verify every state statement.
ment. statement. The Tampa Tribune called it
Hun Hellishness at Home a very
good name but 1 think, if the filth
from the place was dumped in Ger Germany,
many, Germany, it would kill out the Germans.
Begging you, in the name of a God God-loving
loving God-loving and serving country, to aid in
abolishing this disgrace and make it
an ideal place of training for our way wayward
ward wayward lads, asking you to pardon me
for disturbing you with such a long
letter, I beg to remain the nurse who
gave the best of her life that these
boys might live.
Very respectfully,
Miss Hartz Field,
State Hospital Jurse.

(Copyright, 1918, by the McClure Newspa Newspaper
per Newspaper Syndicate.)
"Little puffs of powder,
Little daubs of paint.
Make Miss Stella Arnold
Look like what she ain't."
Stuart McKinnon's cheeks burned
and his hair fairly bristled on end as
he heard this paraphrase rhymed off,
in passing two youths on the board boardwalk.
walk. boardwalk. He stopped suddenly and looked
back, an angry glint in his eyes. They
were merely boys youngsters, wear wearing
ing wearing their first long trousers. He start started
ed started on again. It would have done them
good, he thought, if he had banged
their heads together or ducked them
in the lake, but then, what good would
it have done him? It would only have
caused a scene and made things un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant afterwards, perhaps. The
taunt was worse because it was true.
Everyone knew, that Stella's complex complexion
ion complexion was "doctored." There was no use
denying It. Nothing Irritated Stuart
more than the thought of it. He had
spoken to her of it.
"Don't tell me you don't like it." she
had said to Stuart as he remonstrated
with her. "It's fashionable and I'm go going
ing going to do It while I'm here. I know
the people at home would be shocked,
but they are not here to sec me."
As he walked to the spot where he
had arranged to meet Stella, Stuart
tried to figure out some way to bring
her to her senses. He would not quar quarrel
rel quarrel with hei he disliked quarreling
with anyone, and besides Stella wa
a nice litle girl, despite her faults. If
le pretended that he was angry she
ATould be only too willing to show him
that she didn't care. She had done
that before." He caught sight of her
before he was able to decide upon any anything
thing anything definite.
He could see that she was made up
as usual. He sat down beside her with without
out without a word.
"Oh, you are herel" she exclaimed,
as she caught sight of him.
"Yes," he answered. : "Did for the
love of Mike, what next He jumped
co his feet and stared at her in wonder.
"Well, if you are not the happy limit !"
he groaned. "A beauty spot I What
"What is the matter with a beauty
spot?" she asked pettishly. "All the
girls are wearing them. It's the very
latest thing."
"I guess it is," he gasped. "If there
was anything later than it you would
have had it before now."
"You haven't said a word about how
I look," Stella interrupted at last.
"Isn't it time we went in bathing?"
"I think it Is," he replied, as he con consulted
sulted consulted his watch. "I have time to go
up to the village while you get ready.
I will be back, ready for the water, be before
fore before you are, though: For goodness
sake don't spend too much time primp primping,
ing, primping, or the sun will have gone down
before we have a chance to enjoy It."
Stella did spend too much time
"primping," but even then she ap appeared
peared appeared on the beach, in bathing cos costume,
tume, costume, before Stuart did. This was un unusual,
usual, unusual, but she excused him In her mind
because he had always been early on
former occasions. She waited nearly
ten mjnutes before he appeared. It
was her turn to gasp. Stuart's blonde
mustache had changed color.
, "What have you done?" Stella cried,
excitedly. "You look dreadful,
Stuart lw
"Don't say anything about IV he
cautioned.- "Everyone will hear you.
I don't want them to know it is dyed.
I was tired of that blonde mustache
and it was hard to distinguish from
my lip. This one looks better, don't
you think?"
"It does not P she declared emphat emphatically.
ically. emphatically. "It changes your appearance
completely. You look so silly, Stuart I
Whatever made you do It?"
"Let's change the subject," Stuart
said, jumping to his feet. "The water
looks fine." v
The water was fine. Stuart enjoyed
it from the first, but Stella didn't seem
to enjoy It so much. She didn't want
to swim ; she didn't want to get on the
raft; she didn't seem to want to do
anything but have Stuart keep ducking
his head under the water. She seemed
relieved when he struck out for a long
swim and left her. When he returned
she had disappeared. He found her on
the beach, almost in tears.
"I stood it as long as I could," she
sobbed, when he appeared. "These
girls are the most hateful things In the
world. They did not do a thing but
make fun of you after you had gone.
That girl In the green bathing suit
said you thought you were Charley
Chaplin. They all knew that mus mustache
tache mustache was dyed."
"Of course, they did," he smiled.
"Everybody knows that your rosy
cheeks are covered with rouge, too.
What's the difference? It's fashion fashionable!"
able!" fashionable!" "People don't talk about me like
"Don't they? You should have heard
some of the things I have heard. My
cheeks have burned on your account a
dozen times a day since we have been
"Haven't you felt ashamed? Didn't
you hate me for making such a show
of you? Til never make up again."
'If you don't Til shave off this mus mustache,"
tache," mustache," he promised. "Of course, I
haven't hated you. I have thought
too much of you to let a little thing
like that come between us. I wouldn't
have cared If the whole world talked
about you if I hadn't thought it would
jnAkftjfifeeLd-to J'ear It."


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Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack
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The "Health Notes," publish published
ed published by the Florida State Board
of Health, shows that almost
20 per cr-.t. of those who had
whoopmg; cough in Florida dur during
ing during the months of June, July
and August died. What will will-the
the will-the rate b if we have this dis disease
ease disease in November, December
and Jaanuary? Are we doing
all we can to stamp it out?
Help your physicians, to help
you to piotect the children of
Ocala. Ark if the city physic physic-ian
ian physic-ian has bjen notified if you
have the disease in your fam fam-ily.
ily. fam-ily. If he has not been noti notified,
fied, notified, do this yourself and in insist
sist insist on having m your house

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paid parpel post or express, 15 pounds

for $2. Barrel shipments, a specialty.

Order now before the season closes.
P. O. Apalachicola, Florida.

Of course you are go

ing to the fair. In
order to enjoy the

sights, have your eyes

properly corrected NOW.

Dr. K. J. Weihc
Eyesight Specialist
Graduate Optometrist
With Weihe Co.. Jewelers. Ocala, Fla.

Let there be many windows in your
That all the glory of the universe
May beautify it. Not the narrow pane
Of one poor creed can catch the rad radiant
iant radiant rays
That shine from countless sources.
Tear away
The blind3 of superstition. Let the
Pour through fair windows, broad as
truth itself,
And high as heaven. . Tune
your ear
To all the wordless music of the stars,
And to the voice of nature; and your
Shall turn to truth and goodness as
the plant
Turns to the sun. A thousand unseen
Reach down to help you to their
peace-crowned heights;
And ail the-forces of the firmament
Shall fortify your strength. Be not
To thrust aside half-truths and grasp
the whole. Selected.
Farewell Party for Mr. Webb :
At a recent meeting of Ocala Chap Chapter
ter Chapter No. 29, O. E. S., the members of
this order numbering about thirty, all
of whom are most sociably inclined, i
and drawn together by the ties of j
congeniality, converted the meeting
into a faVewell social honoring Mr.
Bradford Webb of'Kendrick, who is
worthy patron and has ever been a1
faithful director and -- to whom the
chapter feels greatly indebted in!
many ways for acts of helpfulness, j
This farewell social was held at the
chapter, room. The evening passed
quickly in pleasant- conversation, and
at its conclusion cake and coffee were
served and best of good wishes ex extended
tended extended to Mr. Webb, who leaves Mar Marion
ion Marion county in the near future to take
up Y. M. C. A. work.
The meeting of the Y. W. A. at the
Baptist church has been postponed
from Thursday to Friday night.
Mrs. Park Trammell arrived in, the
city today from Orlando and is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Carney
at their home on Oklawaha avenue.
Mrs. L. W. Ponder and grand grandmother,
mother, grandmother, Mrs. Smith,' left today for
St. Petersburg, where they will be
the guests for a week of Mrs. Pon Pon-der's
der's Pon-der's sister, Mrs R. J. Sale.
Mrs. E. A. Osborne and Mrs. E.
Van Hood left this morning Jn the
former's car for the purpose of at attending
tending attending the convention of woman's
clubs being held in Daytona.
Mrs. Park Trammell, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. C. P. Dickin Dickinson,
son, Dickinson, will leave today for Ocala, where
she will visit friends before returning
to Washington. Orlando Reporter-

Mr. and Mrs. Hooper after a sum summer
mer summer spent in Baltimore, are again in
Ocala for the winter. Mr. Hooper is
connected with the Smith Jewelry Co.
and he and his family are making
their home at the dormitory.
Col., and Mrs. R. F. Rogers are en

joying a visit from their daughter,

Mrs. Moodie, who arrived today from

Jacksonville, where she has been vis

iting friends. Mrs. Moodie will re

turn to her home' in Tampa in a few


The Y. W. A. meeting of the Bap

tist church will be held Friday eve

ning at 6 o'clock in the Philathea hall.
The study for the evening is South

America, a country now very much in
the" eyes of the; people. The leader for

the evening is Miss Louise Booe.

Today being the seventeenth birtb

day of Miss Virginia Lee, who since
the death of her parents has been

making her home at the industrial
school, Mrs. Ed Carmichael is helping

to make the day a memorable and

happy one by having Virginia as her
guest for the day. A birthday dinner

will be enjoyed after which Mrs. Car

michael and her guest will attend the


Recent letters from Dr. and Mrs. H
C. Dozier at Manhattan, Kansas

give us the information that Mrs

Dozier is recovering from an attack

of the flu. Mrs. Dozier says she was

also badly afflicted with homesick

ess during her illness. The entire

family are greatly pleased with Man
hattan. Dr. Dozier thinks he wil

be stationed near that city for an

other year at least.

The picture story of "The Doctoi

and the Woman," at the Temple yes

terday, proved to be one of the best
of its kind. There were good-sized
crowds to see the three shows, and

their satisfaction was evident. The

Pathe Nws was good, too. The pic

ture this evening will be "The City of
Dim Faces," in which the Japanese
film wizard, Sessue Hayawaka will

worth to help put over the very best
fair we have ever known, and to show
the entire state that Marion count
is one that belongs to and is governed
by the people.
Home Demonstration at the Fair
The canning club and home dem demonstration
onstration demonstration exhibit with Mrs. Moor Moor-head
head Moor-head in charge proved to be a most
inteersting place on the opening day
of the fair.

In this department is what isj

known as a community dryer run by
electricity. The first day was devot devoted
ed devoted to drying beans and cabbage.
Later they will be cooked and served
so that those interested may see that
the method is "practical.
One entire side of the .building is'
taken up with exhibits of a number
of the girls from the first to the
fourth year. This, remarkable exhibit
features the advance in quality and
a marked improvement in the work
from year to year.
The west end of the building is
stocked with canned goods, such as
guavas, corn, beans, soup stock and
tomatoes. The display of ketchup,
pickles,dried fruit and vegetables,
preserves and jellies is exceedingly
fine. And these canned goods will be
for sale at the close of the fair.
The east end of the building repre represents
sents represents the exhibits of two demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration women who began as canning
club girls
There are several styles of canners
and home-made household conven
iences. A long table with charts
relatives to health and food, and a
table arranged with 100 'caloric por portions
tions portions of common foods. Every avail available
able available space is filled with charts show showing
ing showing the value of proper food. Espec Especial
ial Especial attention is given to milk as food
for babies.
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Red Cross Notice
Mrs. Harvey Clark has been ap appointed
pointed appointed "supervisor of the general
supply committee. All those wishing
information on the present allotment
of knitted goods, phone her, Nor 475.
Marion County Chapter, A. R. C.
Invitations are" being issued by
Mrs. E. L. Carney to a tea to be giv given
en given at her home on Oklawaha avenue,
Saturday afternoon, from 3 to 5
o'clock, honoring Mrs. Park Tram Trammell,
mell, Trammell, who is the admired guest of
Mrs. Carney, and Mrs. Jacob Mason

of Tampa, who is visiting her mother,

Mrs. Mamie Howse Stovall and other

relatives in this city. Mrs. Carney's

tea is the first large social affair
Ocala has enjoyed for some time and
is being anticipated with much inter interest.
est. interest. The friends of Mrs. Carney who

assisted in so many ways in making

the two silver teas given by this pop popular
ular popular hostess, one for the benefit of
the Red Cross, the other from the
children's home in Jacksonville some-

ime ago, are especially invited to

this tea.


Tw Uo .. AMY

(Concluded on Fourth Page)

11017 TO FIGHT


(By Dr. L. W. Bowers)
Avoid crowds, coughs and cowards,

but fear neither germs nor Germans!

Keep the system in good order, take

plenty of exercise in the fresh air and
practice cleanliness. Remember a

clean mouth, a clean skin and clean

bowels are a protecting 'armour

against disease. To kep the liver and
bowels regular and tos carry away the

poisons within, it is best to take a

vegetable pill every other day, made
up of. May-apple, aloes, jalap, and

sugar-coaed, to be had at most drug

stores, known as Dr. Pierce's Pleas

ant Pellets. If there is a sudden onset

of what appears like a hard cold, one
should go to bed, wrap warm, take a

hot mustard foot-bath and drink copi

ously of hot lemonade. If pain de

velops in head or back, ask the drug

srist for Anuric (anti-uric) tablets.

These will flush the bladder and kid;

neys and carry off poisonous germs.

To control the pains and aches take

one Anuric tablet eevry two hours,
with frequent drinks of lemonade. The

pneumonia appears in a most treach

erous way. when the influenza victim -is
apparently recovering and anxious
to leave his bed. In recovering from
a bad attack of influenza of pneu pneumonia
monia pneumonia the system should be built up
with a good herbal tonic, such as Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
made without alcohol from the roots
and barks of American forest trees,
or his Irontic (iron tonic) tablets,
which can be obtained at most drug
stores, or send 10c. to Dr. Pierce's In Invalids'
valids' Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for trial
package. Adv. 2

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Shows begin at 3:30, 7 and 8:20 pjn.
Today, Nov. 20: "A City of
Dim Faces." Ford Weekly.
Thursday, Nov. 21: Douglas Fair

banks in "Mr. Fixit." Pathe News.

Friday, Nov. 22: "Merely Players."
Saturday, Nov. 23: "Love Swindle."
Official War Review.
Monday, Nov. 25: .Bert Lytell in
"Boston Blackie's Little Pal." Drew
Tuesday, Nov. 26: Madge Kennedy
in 'Friend Husband." Pathe News.
Wednesday, Nov. 27: Vivian Martii.
in "Unclaimed Goods." Ford Weekly.
Thursday, Nov. 28: Elsie Ferguson
in "The Lie." Pathe News.
Saturday, Nov. 30: "Plaything."
Official War Review.

Second Hand v
Bought and Sold.
We Pay the Highest Cash Prices.
x Write for Prices to
POSTOFFICE BOX 592 Long Distance Phone 4475
Tampa, Florida.

Put an Ad in the Star

I IfouNeedLess


Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
ctr-ctrj in the city ?

A South Carolina visitor to Ocala,
having visited the Marion County
Fair, expresses herself as being sur surprised
prised surprised at the splendid exhibits, and
declares that our county fair is far
ahead of her own state fair. This is
very complimentary to Marion coun county
ty county and her host of loyal citizens who
have gotten into the harness and are

This store will close at 1 o'clock
tomorrow, Thursday, afternoon, and
will remain closed all afternoon and
evening. O. K. Teapot Grocery,
It Harvev Clark. Proprietor.

White Bermuda Onion plants 20
cents per 100 $1.50 per 1000. Bitting
& Co., N. Magnolia St., Phone 14. 6t
The "Easeall" Shoe, a perfect arch
protecting shoe, at Little's Shoe Par Parlor,
lor, Parlor, tf





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

pollingitpg-gthgrfof all thev areumildingOgglq-


is your taible beverage
The natural "flavor of -this
family table drink is close closely
ly closely like excellent coffee.
POSTUM is a good addition
ibo -the grocery list -these
days saves sugar.
No caffeine-No sleepless nights
" There's a Reason

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Mies Nellie Stevens has gone to
paytona to attend the state federa federation
tion federation meeting of woman's clubs.

Mrs. Barnett George, of Morriston,
a constant and much prized subscrib subscrib-ei
ei subscrib-ei to the Star, is among the visitors
to the fair.


' in accordance with the mayor's j

proclamation, and the general desire j

of the people that everything be clos closed
ed closed tomorrow afternoon, the Temple

S will not Jiave any matinee. It will
T L 'H-a. -"lort i -ii t- l

opeuai nowever, witn uuuguts
Pjr&bain "Mr. Fixit."

Mr. and Mrs. W.-jA, Douglas of
Sanford are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Stripling. Mr. Douglas is tax
collector of Seminole county.
- .r. . I
m. r v a lion vnVo-c xr v

is in the city for an extended yisit. j

-There 'is rather a small crowd at
the fair today, tho the number was
increasing- this afternoon. Tomorrow
will be the great day, when thousands
will be present, and a good crowd is
expected" for Friday.

Mr. Allen is a partner of Mr. F. H. FORT M'COY STANDS FIRST

Vandenvoort, and is here to look aft-j
p'r his interpsfr. at Twin Oaks farm.

Fort McCoy has gone high over the
top in United War Work. It has sub-

Mr. C. C. Bennett is here from Jack-1 scribed its quota and 75 per cent over.

sonville to see his friends and the This good news was brought in by
fair. Mr. Bennett had just received Mr! Sam Martin this morning.

his appointment to one of the officers'

training camps, and was preparing to
go, when peace broke out.

At the Rexall store at the fair
grounds Mrs. Mamie Fox and lier 8.
sistants are proving invaluable in
serving the thirsty and hungry pub public.
lic. public. Beside sodawater they have
homemade sandwiches, pies, excellent
cpffee, cigars, chewing gum, peanuts
and other things the great American
public always demands at a fair. Pay
the little storey visit.

.The Star erred yesterday in spying

Uhat the lunch stand in the corner of

the rest arbor at the fair grounds was
conducted by the Woman's Club. It
is in charge of Mrs. Cecil Bryant,
who with some of her friends helping
her is making a great success of it.
She has excellent coffee, sandwiches,
pies, cake and several tempting ma materials
terials materials for lunches. If you become
hungry while at the grounds pay her

a can.

Mr. Andrew Neville went, to Dun Dun-nellon
nellon Dun-nellon this mornings to remain until
Saturday, to .assist in caring for a
number of his friends who are afflict afflicted
ed afflicted with influenza. Dr. Baskin, a
prominent Dunnellon physician, is
gradually improving from a very se-?
vere attack. v ',


But Not So Bad if You Know How to
Reach the Cause N K
Nothing more discouraging than a
constant backache. Lame when you
awaken, pains pierce you when' you
bend of lift. It's hard to work or to
rest. Backache often indicates bad
kidneys. Ocala people recommend
Doan's Kidney Pills. Read this case:
.J .E. Allemand,j proprietor of jew jewelry
elry jewelry store, 23 Main 5 St., Ocala;' sayst
"About a year agol wrenched my
back while working in my garden and
for sometime following, had a con constant
stant constant ache across vthe small of my
back and in my hips. It was distress distressing
ing distressing for me to straighten up after I
had sat in one position for any length
of time. I began to use Doan's Kidney
Pills and they surely proved their
merit in a short time, for they caused
every symptom of this trouble to. dis disappear.
appear. disappear. I take a few doses of Doan's
occasionally to keep my kidneys in
good order."
Price60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pjllsthe same that
Mr. Allemand had.' Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 4

- Christmas season Is now here. Have
your dresser scarfs, table and ben
linen, towels, etc., hemstitched at The
Hemstitcher, Ocala, Fla. 14-Btf
Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack package,
age, package, ten cent? at Gerig's Drugstore.
v. i. ;
Take care of youij 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
Prompt delivery of prescriptions Is
the watchword here. Tell your hysic hysic-ian
ian hysic-ian to leave them with us. We allow
no substitution. The Court Pharmacy.
Phone 284. if

Paper DrmmngiiCups, 25 to pack package,
age, package, ten cants at Gerig's Drugstore

i Mf.H. D. Nelson, one of the clever cleverest
est cleverest of stewards, has taken charge of
the 'Harrington cafe at night, and
again that popular place is open
twenty-four hours a day. Nelson
knows how to please the people.
Mr. W. T. Anderson, a prominent
business man of Newton, N. J., is in
the city probably for the winter. He
came south to escape flu and cold
weather. :

Let us supply your TOILET AR ARTICLES.
TICLES. ARTICLES. Our line is complete, and
the prices always reasonable. The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. tf


WANTED Messenger; salary $20
per month; must have bicycle. Apply
at Postal Telegraph T office, opposite
Harrington Hall hotel, Ocala. 20-6t
FOR SALE Five-room cottage for
sale at a bargain; also lot near new
high school. H. P. Bitting, 430 North
Magnolia St. V 20-6t
l!bsT On last Wednesday, ti 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
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

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,
J07;Frahklin St., Tampa, Fla. 9-lm
WANTED One combination electric

ahd telephone man; also two linemen.

Address Prairie Pebble Phosphate
Co., Mulberry, Fla. ll-14-4t



V. A Chevrolet "Four-Ninety" Touring .
car is a profitable investment for it
yields substantial dividends in effic efficient
ient efficient service, v ,-
i. It is a safe investment for the ex excellence
cellence excellence of its 'construction protects
.its utility. ;:-'': :'
-It is an attractive investment for for-the
the for-the body has a beauty and richness of
finish quite unusual with cars of its
-price! ; r v
It is an economical investment for
-its first cost is modest and its upkeep
Oqala Iron Works Garage

Ocala, Florida.



( Contin led from First Pat,.
William Leroy Lipscomb, colored.
Benjamin Castleberry, colored.
Sim Blackwell, colored.
Lorenzo Roberts, colored.
Willis Perry. Osteen, white.
Julian Ray, white. x
Jesse Woodard, colored.
t Willie Snow, colored.
Herbert Bert Jones, colored.
Henry McCoy, colored.
William Banks Flewellen, colored.
Doctor Glmyp, colored.
William Mansfield, colored.
Arnett' Rose, colored.
William Clarence White, white.
Mitchell McMillan, colored.
Ralph Duncan, colored.
Cleveland Daniels, colored
Heni,' James Scofield, colored.'
Willie Haywood, colored.
Peter Mackenzie Mackintosh, white
Ulysses Duffy, colored.
Barney Hampton Clifton, white.
Andrew Jackson Wood, white.
James Carlos Reynolds, white.
Will Fuller, colored.
Benj. Harrison Lumpkin, colored.
- William Andrew Harrell, white.
James Thomas, colored.
George P. Falana, colored.
Robert Johnson, colored.
Moses Pool, colored.
Norman Brown, colored.
Amos Williams, colored.
Harry Carl Bennett, white.
Ben Scott, colored.
Louis McMahon, colored.
Ernest Edwards, colored.
Ernest Clyde Blair, white.
Robert Bruce Newman, white
TravisWilson Collier, white'.
Earl Crocker Marshall, white.
Robert Mickson, colored.
Charley Been, colored. y
Edward Oscar Marshall, white.
Frederick McLees Black, white.
Otis B. Fort, white.
Henry Johnson, colored.
Wilbur Boring Pasteur, white.
Hue Charlton Remington, white.
Joe Gordon, colored.
Wade Hampton Ward, white.
Jesse Raulerson, white.
Thomas Alonzo Pullen, white.
''Spencer Thomas, colored.
Charles Forrest Mills, white.
Walter Dixon, colored.
Lee Johnson, colored.
. Jose Porozo Giles, colored.
Charley Stocker, colored.
Isaac Barnett, colored.
Alfred Gant, colored.
Oliver Frazier, colored.
Samuel Behn, colored.
Fred Edgar Wellhoner, white.
Charles Titus Edwards, colored.
Frank Wright, colored.
Arthur Green, colored.
Nathan Ellis, colored.
Alfonzo Myers, colored.
George P. Mayberry, colored.
Robert Lee Cameron, white.
John Lawton Whitfield, white.
James Rice, colored.
Earl L. Drawdy, white. s
Henry Clarence Boyles, white.
Calvin Dickerson, colored.
Charles Grady Hamilton, white.
Bide Melvin, colored.
Eugene Williams, colored.
Frank Menchan, colored.
Sam Coleman Washington, colored.
Joel Thomas Hall Jr., white.
Alexander Clark, colored.
Attaway King, colored.
Frank" Russell, white.
John Morgan Bellah, white.
James Jefferson, colored.
James Watkins, colored.
Joe Dorisaw, colored.
Henry Bittings, colored.
Samuel Stokes, colored.
Charles Alfred Owen, white
Robert K. Redding, white.
Rex Miner Niblack, white.
.Joe Favor, colored.
Olice David Curry, white.
Sylvester Washington, colored.
Johnnie Gaulman, colored.
James Clabeson Ford, white.
Goldwire Randal, colored.
James' Russell, colored.
George H. Whittington, white.
' Carl Hollinger, white.
Harry McCully, white.
Zeddish Smith, colored.
Noah Washington, colored.
Edgar Jones, colored.
George Howard, colored.
Ray Spates, colored.
u, Joe Sailor, colored.
Henry Thomas Marsh, white.
Benj. Alexander James, colored.
James Arthur Brown, colored.
Abraham Hampton, colored.
Joe Kinsler, colored.
Samuel Cinnett Hickel, white.
Charlie Harrington, coloerd.
George Green, colored.
James Hill, colored.
Isaac Thomas, colored.
Watler Oliver Perkins, white.
Alex. Jurden Jerrell, white.
Emanuel Crosky, colored.
Ross Jones, colored.
Willie Evans, colored.
Vance Larue Hastings, white.
Willie Lennon Wesley, colored.
William James, colored.
William James, colored.
Stephen Morris, colored.
Lewis Campbell, colored.
William Sidney Pool, colored.
Curtis Rou, colored.
Alexander Woodward, colored.
Moi ris Burrell, colored.
Cornelius Milton Mathews, white.
George Washington Shuman, white
Calvin Thomas, colored.
Floyd Old. white.
V: Jink Riley, colored.
Aich D. Shealy, white.
Alrr.yr Seckinger, white.
Shad Summers, colored.
Joseph Oliver Parker, white.
Tcm Burney, colored.
Jesse Lewis, colored.
: (To-Be Concluded)


j (Statesboro, Ga., Eagle)
! It was the privilege of the editor
of the Eagle to pay a visit to Ocala,
i Florida, one day during the past
: week.
This is the place that our old neigh neigh-j
j neigh-j bor, the Honorable R. Simmons, has

cast nis lot.
He has acquired considerable farm farming
ing farming lands and is buying more. Mr.!
Simmons has one of the prettiest

i homes on the prettiest street of that I
I city. j

inspect what they have in the wayvf
farming lands around Ocala." Their
lands- are equal to Bulloch county's j
best. And that is saying a great
deal. The feature that struck us was
the difference in "prices. Good farms
can be bought around Ocala at less
than half what the same values" can
be obtained in Bulloch county.
Mr. Simmons showed us a tract of
460 acres, with 240 acres in cultiva cultivation.
tion. cultivation. The property is located three
miles from town, on the line of the
railroad, with a spur track alongside
of itJ He bought the land last spring,
rented it out oh shares and had al already
ready already received enough money from
his shares to pay all expenses and
pay for the purchase of the land and
had $1000 left. There were other men
who had made a greater Record than
Thirty dollars per acre gets fancy
lands near in, with fine improve improvements.
ments. improvements. Lpts of land further out is
selling for $10 per acre and some of
it for less. 1 There is not a waste acre
on any of it. There are no branches,
or creeks. No wet, sobby places. No
swamps. Plenty of rich hammock
soil that will grow fifty bushels of
corn to the acre or a bale of. cotton
without fertilization. The lakes fur furnish
nish furnish the water.
The country roads are "paved with
the sand lime subsoil and are almost
perfect. All they need in that coun country
try country is people. The best place we have
ever seen f6r a poor man to go and
get him a home and start out in life.
You can raise anything in and
around Ocala that you can raise in
Bulloch county and do it fifty per cent
cheaper. Then you can raise a lot of
things you can't raise here.
The finest" live stock country we
have ever seen. Saw one 15-months-old
calf that tipped the scales at 1400
pounds." They were fixing to ship him
t othe Chicago Live Stock Exhibition.
More, fat hogs than we have seen in
many a day. It struck us that they
ought to have our packing plant.
The finest climate on earth. A little
frost, but no freezes. Good churches
and good schools, big trunk lines of
railroads, on the main line between
New York and Tampa-. Splendid ship-

Lping facilities for crops that will

grow the year around.
They had a cannery running, can canning
ning canning snap beans; they were shipping
them by the carload to Chicago. They
were growing luxiantly in the fields
Marion county will ship 30,000
boxes of oranges this season, though
this is not the real orange belt.
Just why the values up here are
so much higher than they are down
there we are .at a loss to know. The

Ocala, Fla.. November 20, 1918
(Corrected Weekly by Authority of the U. S. Food Administration)
t:i r r

Wheat Fiour ...f 12.10 to $13X5 80c to 90c for
per bbL of 16 12. 12 lb. ack or 7e
lb sacks lb less than mill Floi ....$9.80 per barrel 69c for 12-lb sack
of 16 12-lb sacks or 6c lb in less
" than mill packages
Corn Flour 5 Vi to '5.80 per lb 7 cents per lb
Corn Meal, Old Fashioned ....45 to 5c per lb 5V4, to 6c per lb
Corn Meal, Cream or Pearl- 5.30 to 5.65 per lb 6 to 7c per lb
Corn Grits or Hominy .....5.11 to 5.75 per lb 6 to 7c per lb
Rolled Oats, bulk .v .6.20 to 6.75c lb 8 to 9c per lb
Barley Flour ...5 to 6.25c per lb 6 to 7Hc lb
1-k 11 1 A ft ....

xtouea uais. in l'A id. pKgs. ...... .xx to iic a pkg lto Ibc a pxg
Rice Flour- .,.9&c to 10c lb lie to 12 c per lb
Edible Starch, bulk 6c lb 8 to 8e per lb
Edible Starch, in 1 lb. pkgs. .. .. ...10 to 11c a pkg 12 to 15c a pkg
Rice, Blue Rose Grade .........10.31 to 11.38 13 to 15c per lferQ
Rice, Broken

r!nn atiul Qiim X.3X tn 1 ( (9.n nor IK Q39 (n 11a IK,-'

Lima Beans ,x5 to 16c lb 19 to 20c per Vtf
Nav Beans ........ .12 to 16 lb. 16 to 20c per Xb
Blackeyed Peas .....9 to 10 lb 12 to 14c perlb
Pink Beans ..........11 to llc lb 14 to 15c per lb
Lard, pure, bulk . 28 to 39 c lb 31c to 35c per lb
Lard (compound) substitute bulk. .24 to 24 c per lb 27 to 30c per lb
Lard, substitute In tic .... . . .: : .27 to 30c lb 32 to 37c per lb
Evaporated Milk, small tins ...4 to 6.80 a tin 5 to 8c a tin
Evaporated Milk, tall tins .10 to 14c a tin 12 to 18c a tin
Condensed Milk. 11 nx fino -V- 12e to 1.1Ur n tin 1K tn 17. a Hn

Canned Corn, standard 15 to 22e a tin 19 to 28c a tin
Canned 'Tomatoes, No., 2s.. 10 to 13c a tin 14 to 17c a tin
Canned Peas, No. 2s standard...... 15 to 16c a tin 19 to 22c a tin 4
Canned Dried Beans Baked No. UllKto I2c a. tin-., 15 to 18c a tin

canned uned Beans Baked No. 2s... 17 to 18c a tin 20 to 24c a tin
Canned Dried Beans Baked No. 3s... 30 to 32c a tin 40 to 44c a tin
Seeded Raisins 15 oz. pkgs.. .13 to 13c a pkg 17 to 19c a pkg
Evaporated Prunes 60-70s ....13 to 13c lb 17 to 18c per lb
Corn Syrup, dark. No. Is.........l2 to 13c a tin 15 to 17c a tin
Corn Syrup, dark, No 5s ......36 to 38c a tin A 45 to 48c a tin
Eggs .50c to 55c per. doz 60c per dozen
Butter, Best Creamery 62c to 65 c per lb 68 to 73c per lb
Potatoes, white a........ .3.20 to 41-5c lb t 4c to 5c lb
Potatoes, sweets 24 to 2 c lb -3 to 3c per lb
Oleomargarine . ;.. .34 to 40c per lb 42 to 46c per lb
Cheese ..:..33 to 38c per lb 40 to 46c per lb
Standard Hams ................. .35c to 37c per, lb 40 to 43c per lb
Standard Breakfast Bacon ..42 to 61c lb 50 to 70c per lb
Salt Pork .26 to 30c per lb 33 to 37c per lb
Clarence Camp,
' Ms ion County Food Administrator.

people looked as healthy as any peo- j

pie we ever saw. They were as clever
as they were healthy. This looks like
a good place for a man to take his
family and locate, in the event he has
any idea of going anywhere.
Marion county, Florida, the county
seat of which is Ocala, a city of 8000
people, "offers good, cheap farms to
500 Georgians who are forced to
move because the land values have
grown beyond their reach. If you
will go down there and look you will
endorse what we have said about it.

We have no inter st whatever in any!

piece of property there.
. Ocala is within eight miles of thi

center of the state, and some Hav ;

there will be a movement on foot to

move the state capitol there.
Mr. Simmons is making money
hand over fist down there, and natur naturally
ally naturally would like to see some of his
neighbors go down and see for them themselves.
selves. themselves.

The ladies of Marlon county are in invited
vited invited to make our store their meeting
place during fair week. Teir 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
For expert piano tuner phone 427
Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack package,
age, package, ten cents at Gerig's Drugstore.

- The Master Chefs of New York's Leading
Hotels, Clubs and Restaurants ewre quick
to realize the excellence of Ryzon, The
; Perfect Baking Powder. 7 ;

Among the first to use RyzoN-were these celebrated injstitutions:

-' '' via-' W

The Waldorf-Astoria
The Colony Club
HQtel Astor
The Biltmore
Hotel St. Regis
Lotos Club
Montauk Club
The R it z- Carl ton
Bankers Club of America
Hotel Varderbilt
Hotel Knickerbocker
Lambs' Club
Hotel Martinique
The Downtown Association
New York Yacht Club.
Hotel Gotham
Copley Plaza Hotel. Boston
U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis

U. S. Military Academy, Cadet
Mess, West Point
School of Household Science, and
Restaurant of Pratt Institute
New York Bureau of Hospital :
Standards and Supplies
Hotel McAlpin
The Claridge Hotel V
India House
Crescent Athletic Club
Cafe Savarin

Drug and Chemical Club"
The Chemists Club

Hotel Bossert
City Lunch Club
Midday Club
Syracuse University
Y. W. C. A. Cafeteria
Hotel Bellevue-Stratf ord, Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Massachusetts General Hospital,

Catering to the world's most critical consumers, their standards
are the highest
. .
. Visit our booth
at the Fair and see for your self what Ryzon will do. ?

Mii!Ty, iaK.iaJieHyertHatJJcala

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