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OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1918.
VOL. 25,-NO. 282
NAMES OF OUR Y0U1IG MEN I'HO HAVE SERVED III
THE ARMY All flAVY
By referiinf? to our files, and with
the help of Mr. W. L. Armour, clerk
of the local registration board, we are
able to furnish our readers with the
names of most of the Marion county
men in the service. There -are a num number
ber number who belong to Marion, but who
volunteered or registered from other
localities, and vi will be glad if theirj
relatives or f. ends will send their
names to us.
The list does not include a number
of Marion county boys under age
who volunteered, mostly for the navy.
Among these are Hubert Ten Eyck,
George Newsom, Edwin C. Smith,
Joseph Borden, Tom Crawford and
several ethers in the navy; Nelson
Dosh, Roy Luckie and others in the
army. The Star requests that rela relatives
tives relatives of all those not mentioned will
send in their names at once.
Second Florida Regiment (124th In
fantry) as It Left for Camp
Wheeler Sept. 16, 1917
Captain, Edward Drake.,
First Lieutenant, H. C. Campbell.
Second Lieutenant, R. L. Marsh.
First Sergeant, Chas. E. Harris.
Supply Sergeant, C. W. Effinger.
Mess Sergeant, John D. Miller.
James E. Leither.
"William A. Altaian,---;
Llewellyn A. Snow.
Arthur E. Thompson.
Hugo D. Mcintosh.
, George C. Woods..
Gordon R. Thompson.
John W. Stevens.
William A, Chalker.
George H. Howell. V
Ernest L. Blair.
. Johnnie E. Harden.
Harry E. Hare.
Joseph M. Cureton.
George H. Wenzel.
Charles S. Hardee.
David N. Brown.
Wilie E. McKay. -'
James A. Miller.
John G. Byers.
Lawton C. Sims'.
Hugh O. Hunter.
Linzy L. Usry.
John T. Colley.
Privates First Class
William D. Adams.
Julian R. Bullock.
John B. Colley.
Frank P. Carlisle.
Lillian C. Carpenter.
Elmer L. Grantham.
George J. Halford.
James C. Harp.
William T. Hood.
Lloyd M. Maier.
Eric R. Mills.
Norman R. Morrison.
Ovis K. McQuaig.
Abbott W. Parramore.
John E. Saunders.
" Earl C. Small.
Carl C. Summerville.
John V. Tarver.
Clyde O. Thomas.
Floyd F. Thomas.
Alfred E. Abshire.
Robert E. Agee.
Edwin C. Anthony.
Plowdy J. Barineau.
"Robert H. Baskin.
John. W. Bell.
Laurence E. Benjamin.
James F. Bishop.
John T. Boon.
Marion R. Bray.
Raymond S. Bullock.
Dave N. Carram.
William N; Cassels.
Lewis H. Cobb.'
George G. Chambers.
Thomas E. Clayton.
John W. Clayton.
: Elmo J. Collins.
George F. L. Coulson.
Malcolm L. Douglas.
James Duffy Jr.
Clyde W. Fore.
Jesse W. Freer.
Len G. Gallant.
Reuben G. Gwaltney.
Daniel C. Hansell.
William W. Hayes.
RVscoe L. Hilton.
William W. 'Horne.
Millard F. ilooke.
Joseph M. Hooks.
Sonnie B. Hoskins. t
Ray M. C. Hurst.
William A. Hunt.
James M. Liddell.
Stephen I. Long.
O. C. Markham.
Maxie E. Mason.
Arthur E. Martin.
Edward C. McLeod.
Ira B. McGahagin.
Claude T. McWhirter.
Abney B. Medlin.
Eugene A. Mobley.
Leon F. Morgan.
Maston A. O'Neal.
Sherman B. Parkerson.
James C. Peacock.
Roan D. Peacock.
Emmett B. Pettey.
Joseph A, Porter. -e
Geo. W. Pritchett.
' Needham R. Purvis.
Edward R. Rahme.
Thomas J. Sellers.
Leslie L. Sherouse.
Frank C. Smedley.
Robert N. Smith.
Ormond V. Smith.
John W. Smith.
Wesley A. Stevens.
Alvin T. Stansell.
Dud D. Thrift.
Herbert I. Turner..
John W. Vining.
William G. Vinson.
Wesley J. Walton.
Barney T. Wells.
Ledger H. Wethersbee.
Preston H. Wethersbee.
Horace H. Whetstone.
Johnnie J. Whitesides.
George J. Williams.
Charles G. Woods.
With the Canadian Forces in France
Roland L, Keating
Homer W. Rogers
LIST OF REGISTRANTS
Of the Local Board for Marion Coun
ty, Called Into Military Service
Prior to Dec. 15th, 1917
Walter Egbert Godwin, white.
Ernest Ray Colby, white.
Harmon Leroy Clements, white.
Rufus Daniel Walker, white.
James Messer Harper, white.
Joe Welch, white.
William Franklin Adams, white.
William Kinsler Finley, white.
Edward Lopez, white.
Angus Eugent Knight., white.
John William Muldrow, white.
George Eglezos, white.
Harry Pearce, white.
Arthur Raleigh Hogan, white.
William E. Sherouse," white.
Riley Maxwell Boulware, white.
John McQuaig, white.
WTellie Webber, white.
George Hugh DeWitt, white.
John Leonidas Leitner Jr., white.
You'll Save Money
TIRES and TUBES
"WHY PAY MORE"
OF AMERICA'S BIGGEST
LIEU RETIRES FROM
Washington, Nov. 23. Giving the
I necessity for replenishing his person
al fortune as the reason, Wm. G. Mc-
Adoo has resigned as secretary of the
treasury and director general of rail
roads, and the resignation has been
accepted by the president. The resig resignation
nation resignation was announced by Mr. McAdoo
himself at a conference with news newspaper
paper newspaper men late yesterday. Mr. Mc McAdoo
Adoo McAdoo said he had no idea who would
be his successor and would make no
(recommendations to the president.
Mr. McAdoo plans to leave tonight
for an inspection of southern rail
roads. He will be in Atlanta tomor
row and later go through Florida,
then to New Orleans, returning to
Washington before the president
sails for Europe.
Clarence Christian Meff ert, white.
Virgil Jack Randall, white.
Lee Philip Dupius, white.
Norton Piatt Davis, white.
William Crawford Mills, white.
Cecil Alexander McRae, white.
Charlie Howard Grannis, white.
Burton 'Hilliard Hooker, white.
Charles Addison Hicks, white.
Mordecai Nelson Gist, white.
Orus Hicks, white.
George Warwick Batts, white.
Sam James Gore, white.
LIST OF REGISTRANTS
I Of the Local Board for Marion Coun
ty, Florida, Who Have Enlisted in
the Military or Naval Forces of the
Jesse W. Freer, white.
Erick Roland Mills, white.
Edward Franklin Britt, white.
Raymond Sumter, Bullock, white.
Wm. F. Neidernhoefer, white.
David Lindsey White, white.
James Davies Metcalf, white.
George Earl Pendleton, white.
George Frederick Turner, white.
Felton Denham, white.
Levis Smith, white.
Vernon Brinson Hadsock, white.
Will Smith, colored.
Cyrus Jefferson Harrison, white.
Spurgeon Evander Ausley, -white.
Ernest Henry Cordrey, white.
Percy Charles Smith, white.
Elias Bailey Gray, white.
Thomas Benjamin Pasteur, white.
George Close Woods, white.
Lauriston Theo. Izlar Jr., white.
Barney Thomas Wells, white.
Martin Luther Mershon, white.
Day C. Colding, colored.
William Edwin Pounds, white.
William T. Grubbs, white.
John Freeman Hames, white.
John F. Dupree, white.
Walter Edson Tucker, white.
Thomas Lonnie Randall, white.
Clifford Russell Peabody, white.
Samuel Whorter McAuley, white.
Leslie S. Anderson, white.
Joshua Fenby Gist, white.
Clyde J. Fridy, white.
William M. Cassels, white.
George Washington Denny, white.
Thaddeus D. Lancaster Jr., white.
Ledger McC. Weathersby, white.
Herbert Ivy Turner, white.
James Ellis Brigance, white.
James Duffy Jr., white.
Lewis Burton Conway, white.
Samuel Perry Anthony, white.
John Harley Lucius, white.
Charles Franklin Hooker, white.
Donald E. Knoblock, white.
George Lewis MacKay, white.
Homer L. Cappleman, white.
Lewellyn A. Snow, white.
Loring Ray Bracken, white.
Glover Denham, white.
1 Henry Oliver Keep, white.
Charles Watson Moremen, white.
Shedrick Maynor, colored.
Abe Lawson, colored.
Goldy Burnard McAllister, white.
Wayne Anthony TenEyck, white.
William Alfred Snook, white.
William Evans Christian, white.
Ima Ura Forbes, white.
William Henry Henderson, white.
Robert E. Clarkson, white.
Carl Lamar Sewell, white.
Edward Akins, white.
William Stewart Baskin, white.
Wince A. J. Johnson, colored.
George 'Julius Williams, white.
Wiley Harrison Burford, white.
William Herbert Cordrey, white.
Nathaniel Bagley, colored.
Clemon Carroll Frasier, white.
Benjamin Don Belcher, white
Richard Gilbert Brooker, whi
THE MEN III OUR ARMY
AIID IIAVY WILL BE SEIIT
Senator Fletcher sends us the fol following
lowing following information, which will be
very interesting to our people at this
Press Interview, Secretary of War,
November 15, 1918
"The first units to be demobilized
will be the development battalions at
all camps. The development battal battalions
ions battalions are made up of men who wer
sunder physical requirements or who
needed some special drill or discipline
to bring them into full military value
underdeveloped physically, largely.
"No furloughs will be granted, but
they will be honorably discharged, of
course. There is no certain date.
"Every man who is discharged from
the army has to have a physical ex examination
amination examination and a very careful record
made for statistical status, and in
stead of furloughing them and the1
discharging they will be discharged,
so that there may be no subsequent
claims against the government. All
of those men will have to be examin examined
ed examined by the doctors and the medical de department
partment department is prepared to take over the
question of rapid examination and
discharge. No date has been set for
examination, but I have an idea it will
be soon. It is not contingent upon
anything, but will be done as soon as
"It is difficult to grant requests
from business institutions, etc., for
men, because it breaks up units and
creates an inequality of conditions and
it is not likely that individual re-
quests can De grantea.
t i i
"ine pnysicai exammanon aPP
also to students at scnoois.
"The central officers training camp
schools will be discontinued.
. 7-" ;v a
'inp rninc mat we nave lo uu ana
... ,i i J J
V," V "u. u " Trnu a c many being established as a new in in-mobihze
mobihze in-mobihze the men m this country and Several Thousand on the Sea omo- tn
jail the others with reference to their
uttuouuiuu ujiviiuiiimso, ."itnousana American soiaiers saueu xor
let tnem get DacK into me normal me
oi tne country witnout nnmg ine
country witn unempioyea men.
war department is woriung m ciuse
-xi xi. j JLj. x
co-operauon wtn iue utp.fiu.cu ux
much id the discharge of men as in
the termination of contracts."
Q. "If an individual had an oppor-
tunity to get his own employment,
would an individual case be consider-
A. "An individual case if it comes
in a class that was to be discharged
as a class, but no priorities and no
furloughs will be granted."
Needham Rogers Purvis, white.
Jos. Mabry Scarborough, white.
Thomas Carlton Ervin, white.
Arthur Nash Ron, white.
Robert L. Anderson Jr., white.
Frederick Houston Davis, white.
Marion Carlisle Izlar, white.
Dow Gary Beck, white.
John W. Redding, white.
Henry. Paul Wood, white.
John Philip Chazal white.
Roy Edwin Nettles," white.
Fenton Armstrong Blitch, white.
Alexander Morgan, white.
Samuel Lewis Mathews, white.
Edward Roscoe Rahme, white.
Julius D. Brown, white.
James Jefferson Guynn, jyhite.
Paul Dyers Weathers, waite.
Sam Washington Jordan, white.
William Carl Mason, white.
David Samuel Smith Jr., white.
Charlie Davis, colored.
David Solomon Dean, white.
Charles Clarence Simpson, white.
Hiram Holmes Gates, white.
Walter Carl Ray, white.
William Harry Hamilton, white.
Levi Alexander, colored.
Ira Neil McNatt, white.
Jack Wellhoner, white.
Raymond T. Gale, white.
John Blair McLin, white.
William Cameron, white.
LaFayette L. Taylor, white.
Robert Angus D. MacKay, white.
Frank Churchill, white.
Harry Atkins Petrie, white.
Frederick Hill Dreher, white.
Henry Davis Moon, white.
James Troup, white.
John Metrie, white.
(Continued on Second Page)
THE WAR IS OVER
Have vour house Dainted. We
23-6t SWAIM SIGN SYSTEU.
WILL GOME HOME AS FAST AS POSSIBLE III THE
Washington, Nov. 23. General
March announced today that General
Pershing was authorized to send home
all troops not needed in, making up
the army of occupation. General Per
shing has indicated the troops that
will not be required are as follows:
Divisions 31st, 34th 38th, 39th,
84th, 86th and 87th.
Coast Artillery, Regiments 46, 47,
49, 50, 75, 76.
Field Artillery Brigades 65 and 103.
General March also indicted that
the railroad, artillery troops, army
artillery, gas, tank corps and air
forces would be returned.
The Dixie Division Will Return
The Thirty-first diivsion is compos composed
ed composed of Georgia, Alabama and Florida
troops; the Eighty-seventh includes
also Southern Alabama men.
The strength of the Americans to
remain in France was not indicated
beyond the demobilization plans an announced.
The 'demobilization of forces at
home is proceeding steadily.
OUR LOSS IN THE WAR
Total casualties in the American
forces are divided as follows:
Killed or died of wounds 36,154
Died of disease.. 13,811
Died of other causes. ........ 2,204
Prisoners ......i. ...... 2,163
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i aidhigbiui uunuuue iucii auiuhx
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K o H-- j-
the American Third amy contmuea
its progress through uixemourg to
Ima thmiiffh InirlaHorf MotTflnrf
" "&-'-- i "j
Rnmirh and Schemren.
LivernooL Friday. Nov. 22 Several
I . mm
home today on the liners Lapland and
Corrections in Casualties
l Washmcrton 'Nov. 23.
Ti," i r,nUart. w
J. urooKer oi xampa an
Forrest oi Atlanta, previously repor
i rvAro WAimnon m n npirrp iiniit
f? J T"
i Hoira nnrv ah. nn k xn reuurieu
wounded to a desrree undetermined.
Conspiracy to Defraud the
Through the Mails
Mow Vm Nov. 23A consDiracv
iim the mail to defraud investors
of millions through sale of stock of
star nn Cnmoration is
aUeged by the government in its com-
lint. nn which Louis Roumanenac.
head of the company, John J. Bryant,
a director, and Henry Kalb, a broker,
were arraigned before the United
States commissioner today after their
TRY OTHER TACTICS
I an FMnrisM Workmen Will Petition
Son Francisco. Nov. 23 A decis-
ion not to call a general strike as a
protest against the execution on Dec.
101, rw Tttsvrvtoa i maatiav -urn wjuii.
oA larf. nicht bv the San Francisco
loKnr- nnnri1. which as an alternative
appointed a committee of ten to call
Stpnhms and nnn him
to grant a new trial for Mooney on
An. of the rom n Tia mnHpr indiVt-
WEATHER NEXT WEEK
Washinirton. Nov. 23Generallv
fair weather, cold the first part of the
week, temperature normal or slightly
above therpaftr. is the forecast for
the southeastern states the coming
BAD DAY FOR FOOTBALL
Pittsburg. Nov. 23. The Georgia
Th "nnMpn Trtmadow and the Uni
U-rsitv of Pittsburc footbaH teams
do this afternoon win engage in a battle
Misted as a chamnionshiD affair. The
weather is cold and cloudy and the
I grounds soft.
VANT TO VOTE
Federation of Woman's Clubs De Demands
mands Demands Full Investigation of the
Daytona, Nov. 23. The Florida
Federation of Woman's Clubs yester yesterday
day yesterday passed a resolution favoring
equal suffrage and asking the legis legislature
lature legislature to grant the ballot to women.
President Wilson was requested to
allow women representation at the
coming peace conference at Paris. A
resolution adopted demands investi investigation
gation investigation of alleged deplorable condi conditions
tions conditions at the state reform school for
boys at Marianna.
HllEi TO SPLIT OFF
Bavarians and Other South Germans
Tired of Being Bossed
Copenhagen, Friday, Nov. 22Re-
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"eiy to result in an oouui v-
bUC illl W Wi A V w
ON THE WING ACROSS AMERICA
Loughhead Biplane Flying from the
Pacific Coast to
rw raiif Nov. 23,
luA fo. Whinrton. D. C. with
ts scheduled between.
'a k. 102 i-ft here
A WORD OF APPRECIATION
On the eve of my departure from
Ocala. returning to my work at camp
general secretary, Army and Navy X.
M. C. A., Miami camps, after a stay
in Ucaia of over two montns, x aesire
to take this .opportunity to express
my great, uieasuic u ujuii6
lightful people of this district and my ;
real enjoyment of directing in the
United War Work campaign-- here.
I Even after this brief stay I feel en-
tirely at home in your beautiful city,
and regret very mucn to leave. At
has been a pleasure to know the peo-
pie of Ocala, and to have had a part
wh them in the celebration of peace
Cn the first day of the War Work cam-
paign. And their celebration was not
only with tin cans and a multitude oi
other noise making devices, but with
silver dollars and American eagles ior
the campaign fund for "our toys over
there. The loyal response of the peo-
pie of Marion county in the drive, ana
the magnificent way in which they
went over the top with a handsome
i TTiarP'iTi- naa raaue tuc wwa
The sdendid work done by the
workers m this campaign tnrougnout
the county and the genuine response
the people gave to their appeals
nroves beyond uouut me patriotisin
and loyalty of this people. It has
been a joy to work with such untir-
ing and emcient committeemen, so
splendidly backed up by the local
press and puDnc at large; ana i am
sure that "the boys" will duly appre-
ciate ana be greauy Denentea Dy an
that you nave aone.
With keen appreciation of all the
many courtesies shown me personally
by the good people whom I have been
privileged to meet here, and hopmg
to have the opportunity oi returning
. I m mm
to ucaia again m tne near luture, i
- am most sincerely yours,
R. C. Dobson,
. -.. i ru. r:i Trrf : j.
campaign director, svx urn. nunoa.
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OCALA, EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1918
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Catts can call the legislature in
session but he can't boss it.
Catts thinks he is a cracker edition
of the kaiser, but hell find there can't
be any such animal.
That "made in Germany" label on
goods should be succeeded by the im imprint
print imprint of the crimson hand.
They were all good, but Prince Eitel
seems to have been the most expen
rifle man in the German army.
Our county fair officials are mak making
ing making a collection of their best exhibits
to send to the big state fair at Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. It -is more vanity than anything
else that : causes the suffragettes to
demand representation at the peace
We believe this cry of starvation
in Germany is part of the most shrewd
and diabolical German propaganda
yet attempted in this country. Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Tribune.
Shouldn't' be surprised.
The community exhibits at the fair
were awarded premiums in the follow following
ing following order: First, Summerfield ; sec second,
ond, second, Mcintosh; third, Anthony, and
fourth, Reddick. Each had a very
complete fair of, its own. We hope
to see at least twenty 'of these com community
munity community exhibits at the next fair.
Now that the fair is over, the man man-agers
agers man-agers at once should decide whether
or not they will have a fair next year.
If they decide in the affirmative, they
should go to work to prepare for it.
Running a fair is an all-year-round
business as soon as one is over, pre preparation
paration preparation should be made for the next.
We regret the resignation of Mr.
McAdoo. He was the most able man
in the cabinet the only man, in fact,
of Mr. Wilson's first cabinet who pos possessed
sessed possessed any more than mediocre' abil ability.
ity. ability. As the years have gone on and
his responsibilities increased, he has
risen to meet them until he has taken
a place among -the world's foremost
The only automobile display on the
fair grounds was that of the Chevro Chevrolet
let Chevrolet car by the Ocala Iron Works. The
display was in charge of Mr. Melton
and attracted considerable attention.
Several days during the fair about a
dozen Chevrolets, with banners, par paraded
aded paraded the streets and the visitor in the
city who does not know that this
splendid car is well represented here
is blind or entirely uninterested in ai.
Mrs. Bridges, wife of Mr. L. A.
Bridges, died at her home in Dunnel
Ion Thursday afternoon and was
buried Friday. Funeral services were
conducted by Rev. Whitaker of the
Methodist church. The funeral was
largely attended and the floral offer offerings
ings offerings were numerous and beautiful.
Ihe Bridges family is among the pio pioneers
neers pioneers of the county, and the passing
of Mrs. Bridges causes much sorrow
Our heart was made glad Friday by
the present of a bottle of persimmon
beer, brewed by the Star's staunch
friend, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, who has
no superior in the art of giving
pleasant surprises to her friends. The
refreshing beverage came in just at
the time when we were tired and
thirsty and weary of the camouflages
served at the soda fountains, and it
surely hit the spot. Marion county
people should make plenty of persim persimmon
mon persimmon beer for their own use. It is as
superior to Bock and Schlitz as cham champagne
pagne champagne is to cheap red wine, and we
have plenty of material for making
it right at hand. It won't keep, how however;
ever; however; at least, not in our vicinity.
The Miami Herald follows the
Star's example in calling attention to
the very scanty vote cast in the recent
election, it being hardly a third of
the vote of 1916, which lacked twenty
thousand or more of the state's fall
vote. It is evident that in many coun counties
ties counties a small minority of the voters
went to the polls. In Marion, how however,
ever, however, there was much interest shown
in the election and few citizens failed
to cast their ballots. About a thou thousand
sand thousand of our men of voting age are
absent, most of them in the army or
navy, the others temporarily in busi business
ness business in other counties or states, but
of those remaining at home very few
failed to vote.
Mr. Nathan Mayo corrects the Star
in a statement it made the other day,
when in speaking of the wheat raised
at Summerfield it said there was no
fine flour in the exhibits. It appears
however 'that the Star slipped a cog
at this point, as there is some fine
bolted flour in the exhibit. Not be being
ing being supplied with the regular appar apparatus,
atus, apparatus, the enterprising Summerfielders
bolted a quantity of the flour thru
silk, and so they have a complete line
of the great staple, from the wheaten
ear on the stalk to a genuine biscuit.
If we ever, leave the Herald with without
out without an editor for a week, we are go going
ing going to say to the foreman, "Get a
copy of the Ocala Star and clip from
it everything you see, and print it in
the Herald, and you 11 be on the safe
side in all respects."- Punta Gorda
A mighty fine compliment, but the
people of Punta Gorda will never find
any one who in broadness of view and
felicity of expression can equal Edi Editor
tor Editor A. P. Jordan.
FOR. THE STARS IN
MARION'S SERVICE FLAG
(Continued from First Page)
Maxey L. Mason white. Y
Frederick Douglas Magon, colored.
Alfred Shephard Harroun, white.
Louis H. Chazal, white.
Stephen I vey Long, white.
Frederick William Neil, white.
Maurice Connor Jordan, white.
Emmett Crook, white.
Laurence Rackard, colored.
James Wesley Lyle's, white.
Cleveland Y. Crews, white.
Tracy Thomas Pedrick, white.
Alfred Counts, colored.
Arthur Roddenberry, white.
Bryan Curry, white.
Maxwell Arnold Bogue, white.
Clarence Napolean Smith, white.
Samuel Kemp Burford, white.
Alfred'James MacKay, white.
Loonis Blitch, white.
Claude Harrison, white.
Sebron Weathers Ferguson, white.
LIST OF REGISTRANTS
Of the Local Board for Marion Coun
ty, Florida, Accepted Into the
V 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.
J ennis 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. f
Wilbert Franklin, colored.
Homer Lewis, colored.
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 f 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 colored-Reuben
Reuben colored-Reuben Owens, colored.
Dewey Lasky, colored.
Lloyd Williams, 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, Jwhite.
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 Jones, colored.
Leonard M. Redding, white.
-Porter Lewis, colored.
Will Brock, colored.
Charlie Brady, colored.
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.
- 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. x
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 Shelton Clayton, white.
Paul Edward Clark, colored.
Philmore McCoy, colored. -
Tom Weathers, colored. s
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.
Ernest 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.
Zary' Moody, colored.
John Edgar Proctor, white.
Eugene Ellis, colored.
Simon Fletcher, colored.
Odus Calvin Radford, white.
Willie Bird, colored.
Leon Modisto Franklin, colored.
Bell Graham, colored.
John Mitchell; colored.
Daniel Augustus Boon, -white.
Walter Holly, colored.
Castle Johnson, colored.
Harry Harris, colored.
Otis Luchion Gaskins, white.
Henry Murray, colored.
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.
Douglas Holland, colored.
Hamp Frazier, colored.
James Daughtry, white.
John Hamilton, colored.
Daniel Roberts, colored.
Frank Edmonds, colored.
Glover Wells, white.
x 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 Atwood Emerson, white.
Hudson Counts, colored.
r 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. 1
Clyde Christopher Balkcom, white.
Johnnie White, colored.
George Baker, colored.
James Barber, colored.
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.
Abridge Ward, colored. N
Willie Casteel Maultsby, colored.
Archie Lopez, white.
Decnair Davis, colored.
Hardy Nichols, colored.
John Robinson, colored.
Reed Hollinger, white.
T T" 11 1 1
ioe rarreii, coioreu.
. Jim Williams, colored. j
Tmanuel Ingram, colored.
George Hirst Houston, colored.
Walter Mathews, colored.
Willie Ashf ord, colored.
Alton B. Coggin, white.
Henry L. Redding, white.
Calvin. Dunn Colding, white.
Samuel Perkins Holly, colored.
Aionzo Brinson Folks, white.
Carl Y. Carlson, white.
Herbert McMahon, colored.
Robert Lee McCormick, white.
Will Bell, colored.
Cris Williams, white.
Leon Simpson, white.
Peter Banwell, colored.
Paumis T. J.. Duckett, colored.
Eli Howell, colored.
Augustus Pullens, colored.
T. P. Scarborough, white.
- Lazarus Rowe, colored.
Dave Elmore, colored. f
Zebbie Wise, colored.
Walter Elbert Sewall, white.
James Reeves, colored.
Will Henry, colored.
; 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.
Jdhn Vickers, colored.
Rohalia Emanuel- Johnson, colored.
William Leroy Lipscomb, colored.
Benjamin Castleberry, colored. ;
Sim Blackwell, colored.
Lorenzo Roberts, colored. :
Willis Perry Osteen, white.
Julian Ray, white.
Jesse Woodard, colored.
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 Wnite, white.
Mitchell McMillan, colored.
RalpH Duncan, colored.
Cleveland Daniels, colored.
Henry 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.
Travis Wilson Collier, white.
Earl Crocker Marshall, white.
' Robert Mickson, colored.
Charley Been, colored.
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.
You have been helping your Government by
buying United States Bonds. Maybe you, would in invest
vest invest further if you h&d a safe place to keep the bonds.
We have decided therefore to take carq of your
bonds free of cost. Bring them at once. i
MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
TO THE LORD
And Your Country For the Glory
of Our. Arms by Buying War Sav
ings Stamps This Month.
OCALA ECE PACMFte
Blankets, Comforts, Etc.
WHITE STAR LINE
THE WMPSOR HOTEL
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front Jrd.
' Every modern convenience in each room. Dining: room service is
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $6.
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. KAVANAUGH
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.
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.
(Concluded on Third Page)
.ISSUED BY THE
For Men and Boys
"WHY PAY MORE"
For expert piano tuner phone 427.
OCAlA, EVENING STAB, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1913
It Doesn't Take a Fortune Tel Teller
ler Teller to Inform You That Cold
Weather Will Soon be Here.
Be Prepared by Getting a
We Have an x Exceptionally
Nice Line and at Prices Most
DINNING ROOM SETS,
IRON BEDS, ETC.
Velvet, Wool, Fibre and Crex Art
Squares and Rugs
Come In and Sei our Line of Goods
Suitable for Holiday Gifts, Such as
ROCKERS, LOUNGING CHAIRS,
CENTER TABLES, ETC.
N. Magnolia Street. Opposite Ocala Nat'l Bank.
For Economical Transportation
car is a profitable investment for it
yields substantial dividends in effic-
It is a s-afe investment for the ex excellence
cellence excellence of its construction protects
its utility. 1
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
It is an economical investment for
its first cost is modest and its upkeep
. low. 1
Ocala Iron Works Garage
Chevrolet "Four-Ninety" Touring
For Deico Light Plants
Delco-Light is the complete light and power
plant for farms, stores, schools, churches, cotton
gins and similar places. y
Delco-Light furnishes plenty of bright, clean'
safe electric light; power for pumping water,
operating separators, churns, grinding mills and
Good Business Opportunity For
Wide-Awake Man With Limited Capital
Every farm and suburban home needs Delco Delco-Light.
Light. Delco-Light. There are hundreds of Delco-Light
prospects in your town and county.
Florida dealers in Delco-Light are unusually
successful. The business is clean, pleasant, prof profitable
itable profitable and well-established. We want a good
dealer in your territory. To the right
man we will make a liberal proposition.
Write, wire or phone for particulars.
Agents for the "PURITAN"
Phonographs and Records.
Car, $850, Delivered at Ocala.
Delco-Light Distributor For f loriii
916 Main Street,
OGALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
If You Have Any News for this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Five Double-One
Lilies of the Valley
They are white flames of snow
That did not melt away,
But lingered on the earth's green
For. many a lovely day.
They nod, and smile and whisper
I wonder what they say.
Charles Hanson Towne.
Miss Collie Clark left yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for Lake Weir, where she will
be the guest of her parents for the
Mrs. Laurence Kelly returned to
her home in Gainesville after a pleas
ant visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead.
Dr. Chambers, a prominent Levy
county physician, whose home is in
Crystal River, returned to that town
, .. ...
yesterday from the hospital, where
he has been confined for several
The many Marion county friends of
Mr. John Carney will be rejoiced to
know that he was able to return to
his Lake Weir home yesterday; after
an illness of a week which necessi
tated his stay at the hospital.
Mrs. R. T. Weaver, who has been
the guest of, Mrs. Elmer DeCamp for
several days, returned to her home
in Dade City today. Dr. Weaver, who
is the food administrator of Pasco
county, accompanied Mrs. Weaver to
this city last Sunday and went on to
Jacksonville, where he was in attend
ance upon the state meeting of the
administrators. Dr. Weaver will re
main in Jacksonville for several days
ongr before returning to his home
in Dade City.
Rev. W. H. Wrighton of the Ocala
Baptist church, will preach Sunday at
the Riverside Baptist church, corner
Park and King streets. Rev. Wright Wrighton
on Wrighton was formerly from a large church
in Canada. He is said to be a preach preacher
er preacher of unusual ability, having a fine
delivery and has held successful pas
torates. The war conditions and the
Y. M. C. A. work have closed many
Baptist churches on account of the
ministers entering the service, and
the last pastor of this church is now
in the Y. M. C. A. work. A special
invitation has been extended, to Rev.
Wrighton to preach at both services
and the members and congregation
will be delighted to have the opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to hear him. Times-Union.
The host of friends of Mrs. H. F.
Watt and little daughter, Helen, will
be pleased to learn of their arrival in
the city yesterday afternoon, from
theirwestern heme, where they have
been spending some time since Cap Captain
tain Captain Watt's service in France. Mrs.
Watt and daughter are at the Ocala
House for the present. Dr., now
Major Watt, is in France, regimental
surgeon for the 28th Infantry. He
has done a great deal of most effec effectual
tual effectual work and has made a high place
for himself among the thousands of
men who have carried on the work of
their noble profession in spite of the
hate of the Hun. Mrs. Watt and lit little
tle little Helen are both looking well, and
we hope all this fine little family will
soon be reunited in their home in this
Those who visited the rest room at
the fair grounds yesterday enjoyed
the pleasing innovation introduced by
Mrs. Bennett, chairman of the hospi hospitality
tality hospitality committee of the Woman's
Club, and her committee. The rest
room was turned into a fortune tell telling
ing telling both, with a real fortune teller to
take you by the hand and go with you
into the dim and distant past, pry out
your cherished secrete, and forecast
your future, be it good or bad. Many
went away with smiling faces, glad-1
dened by the knowledge that wealth,
health and happiness were in store for
them. And others just a little bit
saddened that their fate proved not
so kind. The chairman of the hospl- f
taiity committee was assured or a
long life, with but little money with
which to enjoy the "flesh pots." How However,
ever, However, she was content to know that
the gods have even thus blessed her
with longevity. Mrs. Welch acted as
hostess on this committee yesterday,
with Mrs. Emily Green, Mrs. Lane and
Mrs. Dehon assisting.
One exhibit that has attracted unu unusual
sual unusual attention at the fair this year is
that made by the agricultural class
of the eighth grade of the Ocala High
School. They have most painstaking painstakingly
ly painstakingly drawn and arranged the friends of
thA farmer and the enemies, drawings
of the boll weevil, its work of destruc destruction,
tion, destruction, and a live family of the pest in
glass; the drawing of a cow with the
parts as named by the butcher, and
this is followed by the parasite of the
cow the cattle tick, with its menac menacing
ing menacing work well defined; the develop development
ment development of cotton and an essay by a
member of the class on its by-products
and value; farm life told in pictures,
with soil, fertilizers, grains native to
Florida and foreign, with a complete
j exhibit of their principal food quali
ties and extracts therefrom in very
minute detail. The story of coffee,
tobacco and cigars, and practically
every feature of farm activities if
set forth in a manner that sno
most remarkable traininc under th
Wesson, who are deserving of great
praise. The pupils of this class rais raised
ed raised $213.33 in the war work campaign.
They have shown great patriotism.
They exhibited a Marion county map
that in itself was an interesting study
and a relief map of North and South
America that is beautifully and ac
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Rev. L. H. Kirkby, Rector-
7:30 a. m. Celebration holy com
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser sermon.
mon. sermon. 7:30 p. m. Evening, prayer.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Public worship.
2:30 p. m. Junior Society.
7 p. m. Public worship.
. 7 p. m. Wednesday, mid week-
Te public is cordially invited to
! worshm with na
John R. Herndon, Pastor.'
Rev. Julian Rogers, D. D., of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, will occupy the pulpit at the
Baptist church Sunday, Nov. 24th, at
11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school
will be at the usual hour, 9:30 a. m.,
and B. Y. P. U. service at 6 p. m. A
second series of addresses on "Person "Personal
al "Personal Soul Winning" Wednesday, 7 p. .m.
al Soul Winning," Wednesday 7 p. m.
9:30 a.m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching. Subject, The
God-Man. Text, Matt. 22:42.
, 6 p. m. Senior Epworth League.
7 p. m. Preaching. Subject, God's
Marriage Feast. Text, Matt. 22:1-10.
7 p. m. Wednesday, prayer meet meeting.
: .We have only two more Sundays be before
fore before conference will conveen in Bar Bartow.
tow. Bartow. As your pastor I urge you to
be at every service and prayer meet meeting
ing meeting between now and conference for
the sake of our Savior and His church.
St. Phillip's Catholic Church
St. Philip's Sunday and holiday
services will be at 10 a. m. and at
5:30 p. m. Instruction for the chil children
dren children at 9 a. m. Daily mass at 7 a. m.
Christian Science Society of Ocala
.10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service.
7:45 p. m. first Wednesday in each
Free reading room and library open
on Tuesdays and Fridays from 3 to 6,
RED CROSS NOTICE
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
hit of tinfoil, collapsible tubes, pewter
articles and deposit them in the barrel
provided for this purpose at the Mar Marion
ion Marion Hardware Co. store. If you can
not bring it, phone 118 and we will
send for it. W. P. Preer,
Chairman Conservation Committee.
Paper Drinking Cups,. 25 to pack
age, 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
GLAD TO TESTIFY
Sys Watoga Lady, "A To VTfcii
Cardui Has Done For Lie, So
As To Help Others."
Watoea. W. Va. Mrs. S. W. GladwelL
0f this town, says: "When about 15 years
of agCf j suffered greatly . Sometimes
would go a month or two, and I had
terrible headache, backache, and bearing--down
pains, and "vould just drag and
had no appetite, fhen ... it would last
- . two weeks, and was so weakening,
and my health was awfuL
My mother bought me a bottle of
Cardui, and I began to improve after
taking the first bottle, so kept it up till I
ook. three ... I gained, and was well
and strong, and I owe it all to Cardui.
I am married now and have 3 children
. Have never had to have a doctor for
female trouble, and just resort to Cardui
if I need a tonic. I am glad to testify to
what it has done for me, so as to help
If you are nervous or weak, have head headaches,
aches, headaches, backaches, or any of the other
ailments so common to women, why not
give Cardui a trial? Recommended by
many physicians. In use over 40 years.
Begin taking Cardui today. It may
8 be the very medicine you need.
Get the GenuneftYr
n Every Cake
LIST OF REGISTRANTS
(Concluded from Second Page)
Attaway King, colored.
Frank Russell, white.
John Morgan Bellah, white.
James Jefferson, colored.
James Watkins, colored.
Joe Don saw, 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.
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 '1 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.
Morris Burrell, colored.
Cornelius Milton Mathews, white.
George Washington Shuman,. white
Calvin Thomas, colored.
Floyd Old, white.
Frank Riley, colored.
Arch D. Shealy. white.
Almyr Seckinger, white.
Shad Summers, colored.
Joseph Oliver Parker, white.
Tom Burney, colored.
Jesse Lewis, colored.
Abe Palmer, colored.
Ed D. Adams, colored.
. ohn Glymp, colored.
Robert L. Davis, colored.
James Colden, colored.
Dan Thornton, colored. ,',
John B. G. Tomlinson, white.
John L. M. Westbrook, white.
Duke I. Drawdy, white.
Wilbur Durand Niblack, white.
Joseph Gid Parrish, white.
Charles Richard Walker, whit
John Needham, white.
David Gaskins, colored.
Abraham Woodard, colored.
Fred D. Drawdy, white.
John Shepperd, colored.
Ira Benjamin Waldron, whiU.
Oliver Henry Mathews, white.
David Michael, colored.
Henry Proctor Gillam, colored.
Willie Turner, colored.
Thomas Graham, colored.
Wade Session, Hastings, colored.
Elliott Henderson, colored.
Edwin John Stephen Ford, white.
Henry Mathews, colored.
David Charles, colored.
Charlie Bostick, colored.
Allen Evins, colored. '
Otho Scarbro, colored.
Lennie Angus Peeples, colored.'
Sylvanus Holden, coolred.
Willie Smith, colored.
Eddie Leandera Hall, white.
Eldon Leon Knight, white.
.Nathaniel Messer, colored.
J. E. Jordan, white.
Gus Williams, colored.
Henry Brash McNeely, white.
Oliver P. Meadows, white.
Julius H. Freeman, white.
Daniel Jones, colored.
Clarence E. Lucius, white.
James E. Rhodes, white.
Samuel Herbert Bozeman, white.
John Berian Batts, white.
Sandy Phillips, colored.
James Thomas Clark, colored.
Charlie Wilson, colored.
Dillon Davis Long, white.
David Leroy Rollins, colored.
Joseph Lee Prair, colored.
Willie Waters, colored.
James Glover Caldwell white.
Eddie Lee, colored.
Leroy Crowell, colored.
Joshua Johnson, colored.
Robert Eugene Crowell, colored.
Frank Chappell, colored.
Ellis McCullough, colored.
Sam Colding, white. I
William Robinson, colored.
Norbourne B. Cheaney, white.
.Walter Shepherd, colored.
Raymond Martin, colored.
Isaac Crawford Lightsey, white.
Charles Nelson, white.
Lionel Wilson .Reynolds, white.
Charles Herschel Strofe, white.
Oscar Lippincott, white.
Jesse Prevatt, white.
Rufus Forbes, white.
Leman Joyner, white.
Jesse Daniels, colored.
Charlie Thomas, colored.
Lewis Preston Martin, white.
Ralph Franklin Shortridge, white.
Manuel Harris, colored.
George Brown, colored.
John Raymond Johnson, white.
Tommie Williams, colored.
Henry Peter Hinemann, white.
Emmett Stevens, white.
Willie Russell, colored.
John Stephenson, colored.
Limial Houston, colored.
Marion Columbus Standiey, white.
Andrew Ward, colored.
Claude Chester Godwin, white.
Willie Baldwin, colored.
Jerrel Handerson, colored.
Herman Hagin, colored.
Frank Myers, colored.
John Cummings, colored.
Charlie Davis, colored.
Reed James Bewley, white.
John Jones, colored.
Harry George Baker, white.
Marion Brinson, white.
Judge Knight, colored.
Earle A. Grantham, white.
Julian E. Wise, white.
Michael M. Waldron, white.'
Ben Denney, white.
Link Harris, colored.
Willie Baskin Thomas, white.
o; inr : i
oiiiiuim iuorgan, coiorea.
Walter Walls, colored.
Elbert Ralph Hayes, white.
Fasen Hawkins, colored.
Jake Goldman, white.
Herman B. Rothschild, white;
Jesse Parker, "colored.
James Pasley Hall, white.
Alexander West Keefe, white.
Loyal Burrell, colored.
Charles Philip Chazal, white.
The follpwing; diseases and dis disabilities
abilities disabilities are dangerous to the
public health and are notifiable.
The occurrence of cases should"
be reported to the city physician:
Anthrax, chicken-pox, cholera,
Asiatic (also cholera nostras
when Asiatic cholera is present
or its importation threatened),
dengue, diphtheria, dysentery,
favus, German measles; glanders,
gonoccocus, hookworm disease,
leprosy, malaria, measles, menin meningitis,
gitis, meningitis, mumps, opthalmia neona neonatorum
torum neonatorum (conjunctivitis of new-born
infants), paratyphoid fever, the
plague, pneumonia, poliomyelitis
(acute infectious), rabies, scarlet
fever,' smallpox, syphilis, tetanus,,
trachoma, trichinosis, tubercu tuberculosis
losis tuberculosis (all forms, the organ or
part affected in each case to be
stated), typhoid fever, tphus fev fever,
er, fever, whooping cough, yellow fever,
beriberi, cancer, pellagra. v
- i i
Ocala Board of Health
Fojf Men, Women and Children
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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.
OCALA, EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1918
U 111 AFFAIRS
(Continued from Third Page)
Need a Few More Books
Miss Gamsby, custodian of the li library,
brary, library, informs us that about seventy seventy-five
five seventy-five more works of fiction are needed
to make up Ocala's quota for the Li Library
brary Library Association. These books will
probably go to Miami, where there
is likely to be a. big camp all winter.
One of the Best Features of this
One of the new features of this
year's fair was the community plan
exhibits. As there was some doubt
MRS. MINNIE STEVENS
Mrs. Bradford Webb of Kendrick,
whose husband is in the Y. M. C. A.
work, visited Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe on
Thursday and Friday.
Mrsr Grider Perkins, formerly of
this city, but now making her home
in Leesburg, arrived in town yester yesterday
day yesterday for a stay of several days with
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Vogt will be sorry to learn that their
little daughter, Lucile Vogt has been
quite sick for the past several days
and will hope for her a speedy recov recovery.
ery. recovery. -. m
The Misses" Hyman recently spent
some time fi Leesburg with their
aunt, Miss Louise Moody. Miss Alice
Hyman is taking a business course in
Jacksonville, and Miss Helen will en enjoy
joy enjoy the many advantages of Mont Mont-eagle
eagle Mont-eagle Industrial School. Leesburg
The Temple has an excellent, pro program
gram program this evening in the Official War
Review and "The Love Swindle," a
modern romance of love and mystery,
in which pretty Edith Roberts has the
leading part. People hae rather neg neglected
lected neglected the Temple for the carnival,
but they went back to their old
standbye in full force last evening.
The following delegates to the
Florida federation convention, which
has been in session for several days
at Daytona, returned home today,
namely: Mrs. G. T. Maughs, Mrs. C.
R. Tydings, Mrs. E. G. Peek, Mrs. E.
Van Hood, Mrs. E. A. Osborne, Mrs.
Helen Bittinger and Miss Annie Da Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dorsey and
children spent Friday in the city, the
, guests of Mrs. Dorsey 's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. G. McDavid. They vis visited
ited visited the fair while here.
hours were her friends and sister
nurses who had learned to love her for
her quiet and 'gentle manner. Mrs.
Stevens, who never had strong health,
suffered much during the last few
months, bearing her affliction with
patience and sweetness.
Mrs. Stevens .was a Florida girl,
born and reared. She graduated from
the Marion County Hospital two years
ago, and qualified. as superintendent
to fill Miss Mary Marshall's vacancy.
She was engaged for this position,
but failing health caused her to re resign.
sign. resign. Mrs. Stevens left the state for
a colder climate and a necessary ope operation,
ration, operation, all of which was of no avail.
The death -angel has come and taken
from our midst one from whom it is
hard to, part, especially so as she
leaves a little son to mourn her un untimely
timely untimely death. The little boy has for
some time past been at the Thorn
wall orphanage, in South Carolina.
Mrs. Stevens' brother, Mr. L. S.
Huggins, oi Jacksonville arrived in
the city today. At the time of going
to press the funeral services had not
It is worthy of note that when Mrs.
Stevens graduated from the Marion
County Hospital that there was form formed
ed formed a fund called the Minnie Stevens
fund, the contributors to which were
the alumni of the hospital and all
other people who desired to join the
organization. It has been well kept
up, and Mrs. Stevens was a benefic beneficiary
iary beneficiary from it during her last illness.
S. L. BITTING
THANKSGIVING SERVICE f
The churches of the city, with the
exception of the Episcopal and Cath Catholic
olic Catholic churches, will observe Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving day in a union service that will
be held at the Baptist church at 10
a. m. Thursday. It being the time in
"the rotation for the Methodist church,
Rev." Smith Hardin will preach the
sermon. Special music will be pro provided.
vided. provided. The American people have
unusual reasons for observing this
Thanksgiving day and the people of
Ocala are asked to make this occas occasion
ion occasion a memorable one.
Mr. George Looney has resigned
his position in the Commercial Bank
and taken a position with the Florida
Saft Phosphate Company.
j The "Easeall" Shoe, a perfect arch
protecting shoe, at Little's Shoe Par Parlor,
lor, Parlor, tf
Mr. W. V. Wheeler, who for many
years was a valued member of the
Commercial Bank force, is now book book-keeper
keeper book-keeper of the Exchange Bank in Tam Tampa.
pa. Tampa. His Ocala friends miss Will, who
was always the steadiest sort of an
old standby, but they will be glad to
know that he is doing well in Tampa.
Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack package,
age, package, ten cents at Gerig's Drugstore.
We understand that the Western
Union and Postal Telegraph com companies
panies companies in Ocala will soon be consoli consolidated
dated consolidated in the Western Union office.
At least one Ocala boy saw the
German fleet surrender Edward
Connor, who is captain of a gun crew
on the battleship Arkansas.
Mr. Ed Boyle of Island Grove was
brought to Ocala last night for .an
operation. He was placed in the hos
pitai and operated on tnis morning
fro intestinal obstruction. His case
. i i
was most desperate wnen ne was
brought to town.
Dr. Eddison's Cushion Sole Shoe for
tired and tender feet, at Little's Shoe
Ocala was deeply saddened this
morning upon learning the sad fact
that Mrs. Minnie Stevens, after a lin lingering
gering lingering illness of many months, had
passed from time into eternity at the
hosnital at 9 oVlork last vTiincy
only a few weeks before the opening!. At her bedside during her last
ox me lair as 10 wiieiner mere would
be one, many communities were not
represented. However, there were
four splendid exhibits Reddick, Mc Mcintosh,
intosh, Mcintosh, Anthony and. Summerfield-Levon-Pedro.
Each one was a credit to the com community
munity community sending it in, and while there
was a slight variation in the way of
industrial exhibits in them, the agri agricultural
cultural agricultural and horticultural exhibits
were practically the same items. To
give an idea of the varied list of ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural items grown on the aver average
age average Marion county farm we print a
list of the Reddick exhibit furnished
u by Mr. C. M. Cam, who had charge
Rice, corn, peanut hay, natal grass
hay, Porto Rico yams, Norton yams,
white sugar cane, red cane, Japanese
cane, Irish potatoes, pecans, black
wadnuts, hickory nuts, storage meat,
smoked ham, pickled beef, pickled
pork, dried beef, lard, velvet beans
(three varieties), sugar cane syrup,
Japanese cane syrup, commercial
lime, agricultural lime, air slaked
lime. Floraora cotton. Sea Island cot-1
ton. short cotton, pumpkins, citron
melon, oranges, tangerines, grape grapefruit,
fruit, grapefruit, peanut butter, rosin, turpentine,
turnips, cucumbers, snap beans, egg eggplants,
plants, eggplants, bell peppers, 'tobacco, broom
straw and corn, Florida peanuts, lit little
tle little Spanish peanuts, improved white
Spanish peanuts, improved red Span Spanish
ish Spanish peanuts, castor beans, collard
seed, butter beans, velvet beans, okra
seed, navy beans, whipporwill peas,
Tipperary beans, blackberry jelly,
guava jelly, wild grape Jelly, scupper scupper-nong
nong scupper-nong jelly, chow-chow, mixed cucum cucumber
ber cucumber pickles, plain cucumber pickles,
pepper pickles, pear pickles, peach
pickles, watermelon rind pickles, beet
pickles, cabbage pickles, blackberry
jam, peach preserves, plum preserves,
pear preserves, fig preserves, water watermelon
melon watermelon rind preserves, oranges pre preserves,
serves, preserves, pear butter, canned peaches,
canned grapes, canned pears, canned
blackberries, canned huckleberries,
canned cabbage, canned okra, canned
beans, canned tomatoes, canned corn,
canned okra and tomatoes, canned
sauer kraut, corn relish, grits, meal,
squash, white and yellow, kershaw,
soap, tallow, blackberry wine, wild
grape wine,, grapejuice, vinegar, cat
sup, pepper vinegar, butter, axe
handle, home made brown sugar, col col-lards,
lards, col-lards, green tomatoes on the stem,
California blackeye peas, conk peas,
Reddick, besides its long line of ex
hibits noted above, had one of the
Southern Peanut Products Company.
This company, though only in opera
tion for two years, has built up a
splendid business throughout the
country with its peanut butter, the
large tin pails and also in glass jars
of various sizes and attractively lab labeled.
eled. labeled. Mr. Cam insisted upon the vis
itors tasting his product, and every
one pronounced it just what the brand
Reddick also had an exhibit from
its lime kilns which attracted a good
deal of attention from visitors from
out of the state, many of whom never
knew that we had such an industry.
The Mcintosh exhibit also showed
splendid tact in its get up and gen general
eral general appearance. Over three hundred
items appeared in this booth, and its
attractive arrangement and the work
of getting it together in the commu community
nity community was principally the work of Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Gist, to whom Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh should give an unanimous vote
of thanks. The exhibit was in charge
of Mr. J. K. Christian, one of the
community's live wire business men
and farmers. Mr. Gist asks us to
thank the whole community for their
interest in the getting up of this
The Anthony booth also contained
about every article that could be
thought of in the agricultural and
horticultural line, and was in charge
of Mr. J. A. Talton. If there was any anything
thing anything missing in the way of variety or
disDlav the Star reporter did not dis
cover it. And riffht here we want to FOR SALE Buick runabout, just
say that those judges who awarded theoverhauled, painted and new top. Ad
x FOR NOVEMBER
Shows begin at 3:30, 7 and 8:20 p.m.
Today, Nov. 23: The Love Swindle
Official War Review.
monaay, jnov. zo: Bert iyteil in
"Boston Blackie's Little Pal." Drew
Tuesday, Nov. 26: Madge Kennedy
in "Friend Husband." Pathe News.
Wednesday, Nov. 27: Vivian Martiu
in "Unclaimed Goods." Ford Weekly.
Thursday, Nov. 28: Elsie Ferguson
in "The Lie." Pathe News.
Saturday, Nov. 30: "Plaything."
; Official War Review.
Another old citizen of Marion coun county,
ty, county, S. L. Bitting, is dead.
Mr. Bitting, tyho had been a citizen
of Ocala for many years, removed to
Tampa a short time ago, and. died at
a hospital in that city last evening.
His remains will arrive in Ocala on
the 4:08 Seaboard train this after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, and will be taken to the home
of his son, Mr. H. P. Bitting, where
the funeral services will be held at
Mr. Bitting was a quiet, genial gen gentleman,
tleman, gentleman, and during the years he spent
in" Ocala was assiduous in his work
for the advancement of the city. His
many friends here regret his death
and will long hold his memory in high
THIS IS THE TIME FOR EVERY CITIZEN TO SUPPORT THE
UNITED STATES GOVERNTJENT
Many are doing so at a considerable cost or sacrifice to themselves.
This Batik is a member of the Federal Reserve Banking System established by
- the Government to give greater financial stability and strength to the member
banks and protection to their depositors. We invite you to become one of our
customers, so that you may enjoy this protection. v
Tine Ocala NattioimaH Banulk
I advise and furnish
glasses only when they
aid Or improve vision.
Holding your eyes and
my profession above selfish interest.
Dr. K. J. Weihe
With Weihe Co., Jewelers, Ocala, Fla.
Prompt delivery or 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
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
Paper DrinKing Cups, 25 to pack package,
age, package, ten cents at Gerig's Drugstore.
The pride of the Court Pharmacy is
its prescription department. Every
prescrfption is carefully compounded
as ordered by your physician NO
SUBSTITUTION allowed. Phone 284.
BUM LAP BAGS
Bought and Sold.
We Pay the Highest Cash Prices.
Write for Prices to
TAMPA BAG COMPANY
POSTOFFICE BOX 692 Long Distance Phone 4475
C. E. METCALF
FOR SALE A Hupmobile, five-passenger
model 32 in good shape-with
-"" 3 T : I O T 1
prizes for the best community exhibit
had "some job." They all looked so
good that the average citizen would
hav$ voted to split the prize, as the
whole affair was a tie.
The v Summerfield community ex exhibit,
hibit, exhibit, which took first prize, was
hedged about with a fence made of
sugar cane stalks and ears of corn
arranged by Messrs. J. W. and C. P.
Davis, two of the community's most
progressive citizens and farmers, as assisted
sisted assisted by. Mr. Charles Tyler, who had
charge of the booth during the fair.
Besides the regular farm products
Summerfield showed the output of its
cotton ginnery and grist mill. The
flour exhibit attracted special atten attention,
tion, attention, as the idea has gone abroad that
Florida cannot .successfully grow
wheat. Here was shown the wheat
on the stalk, whole grain wheat, bran,
shorts and a lot of as good flour as
ever came from the fields of the mid-
aie western states, wnue ine grow growing
ing growing of wheat has not become general,
it will not long be delayed when it has
been demonstrated that it can be done
All the community booths were
most attractively arranged and the
loyal people who devoted their time
to this work should have the highest
nrm'tP d vTiTr on thanks of the
Dunnellon, Nov. 23. The largest
attendance at a funeral in the' history
of our city, was-that which gathered
yesterday to pay its last respects to
the memory of Mr. C. Edgemon Met Met-calf,
calf, Met-calf, one of the city's most highly es esteemed
teemed esteemed citizens, who died at his home
here Thursday afternoon of influenza.
The funeral services were conduct
ed at, the cemetery by Rev. Waldron
fthe Presbyterian church, Archer.
The many floral offerings placed upon
his bier attested in a small measure
the high esteem in which Mr. Metcalf
was held as a citizen and business
Mr. Metcalf came to Dunnellon
some years ago from Piedmont, Ala.,
and has for the past few years been
engaged in the drug business with his
brother, Mr. W. J. Metcalf. Besides
his business partner, he leaves a
mother and one brother, James, at
present in the navy.
Our city is indeed wrapepd in sor sor-iow
iow sor-iow at the death of Mr. Metcalf, as
he was everybody's friend, and the
entire community mourns with the
family of the young 'man.
YOU CALL A DOCTOR
HE IS A GOOD DOCTOR
SFNI) HIS PRFSfRIPTIMVIC
To The I
COURT PHARMACY j
Z For the Same Reason
WHAT'S THE USE
hanging on to old-time, old-fogy hand hand-mixed
mixed hand-mixed Lead and Oil Paint -that will
soon chalk off and discolor when you
, On Easy Terms
a thoroughly modern, scientific machine-made
Paint, that will outlast the
other, and cost you less money. 10
For Sale By
THE MARION HARDWARE CO..
,W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat, Law Library Building, Ocala,
"WHY PAY MOKE" :
Mclvcr & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALM ERS
PHONES 47. 104, 305
Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack package,
age, package, ten cent? at Gerig's Drugstore.
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
dress P. O. Box 139, Ocala, Fla. 23-3t
LOST On Oklawaha or Fort King,
Friday, an automobile starting crank.
Finder will please leave at Star office
and receive reward. 23-3t
WANTED First class grove and
farm foreman, capable of handling
200 acres; must understand grove
work; state age and experience; if
married and how many in family;
give references and state salary ex expected.
pected. expected. P. O. Box 39, Ft. Pierce, Fla. 2
WANTED Messenger; salary $20
per month; must have bicycle. Apply
at Postal. Telegraph 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. 20-6t
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
FOR RENT Furnishedllarge, airy
rooms.. Applyto ,Mrs. fVillism gin-
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
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 m PEACE and PLENTY.
As men we are thankful for the others spended men, such as our Mr.
McAdoo and the rest of Mr. Wilson's cabinet who have guided him ill 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
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 afight 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 lhem with an eye single to giv giving
ing giving them 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 days go on.
"THE FASHION CENTER"
OCALA, - - FLORIDA.
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