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TAKEN FROM TREVES TO COB COB-LENZ
LENZ COB-LENZ BY RAILWAY
The American Army of Occupation,
Dec. 8. (By the Associated Press.)
A battalion of the Thirty-ninth In Infantry
fantry Infantry left Treves by train today for
Coblenz, a four hour's run. The pre premature
mature premature occupation of Coblenz is due
tc the request of the German author authorities,
ities, authorities, who are apprehensive of the
conditions that might prevail there
after the withdrawal of the German
This is the first time the 'Ameri 'Americans
cans 'Americans have utilised railway trains for
their advance mto the territory from
which the Germans have withdrawn.
It was not expected that there
would be any trouble at Coblenz, and
the appeal by the burgomaster to
send troops was denied until it was
supplemented in writing by the retir retiring
ing retiring military commanders.
MAIN -BODY ARRIVES TODAY
. Amsterdam, Sunday, Dec. 8. Th
American forces advancing toward
the Rhine will reach Coblenz Mon Monday,
day, Monday, according to a message from
Berlin quoting a representative of
the German foreign office, who has
just returned from Treves.
v Our friends, the Gamsbys, who tho
they came from Canada are among
the most staunch of Americans, want
Cameron Gamsby's name put on Mar Marion
ion Marion county's service list. Cameron is
a flight cadet of the Royal Air Force,
but he is an Ocala boy, all right.
SAM HAS SEEN SERVICE
Sam Burford of the swift, new de destroyer,
stroyer, destroyer, Waters, is home for a brief
visit. Sam's boat has taken him
across the ocean four times since he
boarded her in the latter part of thej
Glace Cherries, Glace Pineapple, Dried
Figs, Currants, Seeded Raisins,
Citron, Shelled Jordan Alm Almonds,
onds, Almonds, Shelled Valencia
Almonds New Nuts:
1 Almonds, Brazils, J
' Walnuts and
Bulk Mince Meat, Bulk Dills, Bulk Sour
Cucumber Pickles, Bulk Chow Chow,
Bulk Sweet Relish, Fruit Cakes
lib. 21b 2Ib. and 51b., Plum
Pudding Is, 2s and 3s.
McLaren's Welsh Rarebit, Deviled, Bu-lac-tic,
Nippy, Roquefort & American,
Kraft's all in tin-Pimento, Welsh Rarebit,
Camembert, Limburger, Chile, Roque Roquefort
fort Roquefort & American, Kraft.
Edam Cheese, Brick Cheese, Pineapple
Cheese, Imported Roquefort.
REUS IN COLOGNE
TROOPS FROM THE ADVANCING
BRITISH ARMY CALLED ON
BY PEACEABLE TEUTONS
Aix La Chappelle, Friday, Dec. 6.
(By the Associated Press.) British
troops have been hurried to Cologne
to maintain order, but what the na nature
ture nature of the trouble there or how
serious was not stated in a brief of official
ficial official announcement! It is reported
that the Red forces there and their
opponents have been rioting and that
the situation demands armed British
forces. In the meantime British in infantry
fantry infantry has pushed as far as Duron,
vvhen it entered tonight. v-
WANT TUGS AND BARGES
FOR THE BLACK WARRIOR
Washington, Dec. 9. A delegation
of commercial representatives from
Mobile, Tuscaloosa, Birmingham and
other Alabama cities today asked
Secretary McAdoo to buy one million
and three-quarters worth of addition
al barges and tugs for the Black
Nearing Ten Million Bales
Washington, Dec. 9. The census
bureau reports that cotton ginned
prior to December 1st was 9,563,124
running bales, including 25,741 bales
ox &ea island cotton.
AINOTHER TRANSPORT IN
New York, Dec. 9. The United
States army transport Siorra with
35 officers and 1531 enlisted men, ar arrived
rived arrived today from abroad. The ship
was given a noisy welcome by harbor
Our exclusive line of Holiday Greet Greeting
ing Greeting Cards now on sale. A. E. G&erig,
THE SPECIALTY SHOP. tf
Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack package,
age, package, ten cent? at Gerig's Drugstore.
HIT TO NAVE A
VOLKS ZEITUNG OF COLOGNE
INVITES HIM TO GIVE GER GERMANS
MANS GERMANS A CLOSE VIEW
Amsterdam, Sunday, Dec. 8 Pres President
ident President Wilson has been invited to visit
Cologne by the Volks Zeitung of that
city, which suggests that representa representatives
tives representatives of the German foreign miinstry
meet him there.
WILSON'S HOME IN PARIS
Paris, Dec. 7. The town house of
Prince and Princess Joachim Murat
has been placed at the disposal of
President and Mrs. Wilson during
their stay in Paris, at the request of
the government. The house will be
completely renovated and ready to
receive the American chief executive
START UP SHORT SELLING
New York, Dec. 9. Prohibition
against foreign speculative short sell selling
ing selling of contracts on the New York and
New Orleans cotton exchanges was
removed today by order of the com committee
mittee committee on cotton distribution for the
war industries board.
INFLUENZA IN ALABAMA
Montgomery, Dec. 9. The public
schools were closed today following
the recommendation of the board of
health because 6f the prevalence oi
influenza. The disease is of a much
milder type than during October.
AMERICAN NAT'L' RED CROSS,
President Wilson's Red Cross Christ
mas Roll Call Message
The White House,
Washington, D. C, Nov. 26. 1918.
To the American People:
One year ago twenty-two million
Americans, by enrolling as members
of the Red Cross at Christmas time,
sent to the men who were fighting our
battlesv overseas a stimulating mes message
sage message of cheer and gocyi will. They
made it clear that our people were of
their own free choice united with
their government in the determina determination
tion determination not only to wage war with the
instruments of destruction, but also
by every means in their power to re repair
pair repair the ravages of the invader and
sustain and renew the spirit of the
army and of the homes which they
represented. The friends of the Am American
erican American Red Cross in Italy, Belgium
and France have told, and will tell
again, the story of how the Red Cross
workers restored morale in the hos
pitals, in the camps, and at the-cantonments,
and we ought to be very
proud that we have been permitted to
be of service to those whose suffer-.
ings and whose glory are the heritage
Now, by God's grace, the Red
Cross Christmas message of 1918 is
to be a message of peace as well as a
message of good will: But peace does
not mean than we can fold our hands.
It means further sacrifice. Our mem
bership must hold together and be
increased for the great tasks to come.
We must prove conclusively to an at
tentive world that America is per-,
manently aroused to the needs of the
new era, our old indifference gone
The exact nature of the future ser
vice of the Red Cross will depend
upon the program of the associated
governments, but there is immediate
need today for every .heartening word!
and for every helpful service. We ;
must not forget that our- soldiers and
our sailors are still under orders and
still have duties to perform of the
highest consequence, and that the
Red Cross Christmas membership
means a. great deal to them. The peo
ple of the saddened lands, moreover,
returning home today where there
are no homes must have the assur assurance
ance assurance that the hearts of our people
are with them in the dark and doubt doubtful
ful doubtful days ahead. Let us, so far as we
can, help them back to faith m
mercy and in future happiness.
As president of the Red Cross,
conscious in this great hour of the
value of such a message from the
American people, I should be glad if
every American would join the Red
Cross for 1919, and thus send forth
to the whole human family the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas greeting for which it waits and
for which it stands in greatest need.
VOLUNTEERED INTO THE NAVY
Mrs. Annie E. Long requests us to
add to our Marion county service list
the name of her son, Eugene Long,
who is in the navy. He was in New Newberry,
berry, Newberry, S. C, when he volunteered, but
belongs to Marion county.
L AT VILsON
MONDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1918.
TO THE BRITISH
TEUTONS WEST OF THE RHINE
FOUND THEIR CONQUERORS
BY NO MEANS TERRIBLE
London, Dec. 9. The German pop population
ulation population west of the Rhine, becomes
more cordial in their attitude toward
the British as they move eastward,
according to the correspondent of the
Daily Mail, who says, "The authori authorities
ties authorities in such places as Duren say un un-disguisedly
disguisedly un-disguisedly they rejoice at our arriv arrival.
al. arrival. They give two reasons that they
are afraid of their own people and
afraid of starvation."
WORLD TRADE AFTER THE WAR
Better Trade Facilities with South
and Central America the Theme
Baltimore, Md., Nov. 9. World
trade after the war was the theme of
the Southern Commercial Congress
which met here today for a week's
session. Development of trade with
South and Central American will be
given special consideration.
FIRE IN ATLANTA
.Atlanta, Dec. 9. The stock and
part of the building occupied by the
Sterchi Furnature Company, on Mit-J
chell street, were partially destroyed
by fire this morning. The loss is esti estimated
mated estimated at nearly $100,000.
FOR THE CHILDREN'S HOME
SOCIETY OF FLORIDA
The local committee of men in
charge of this work consists of C. S.
Cullen, chairman; Z. C. Chambliss,
J. E. Chace, Jno. L. Edwards, D. Niel
Ferguson, George MacKay, Jno. L.
Taylor and H. A. Waterman.
, Marion ctfunty is asked to raise
$12000 as its share of the $50,000 need needed
ed needed to carry on the work of "Florida's
Greatest Charity" until 1920. When
this $50,000 is raised, there will be no
need to ask for more money before
1920, so what is given now will be
for the year 1919.
For all liberty bonds the society
will receive from the Atlantic Na National
tional National Bank of Jacksonville full par
value, and the. same bank will pay thel
society $5 for every war saving stamp
"Have a Heart." Answer this plea
by contributing a liberty bond or war
saving stamps for Florida's homeless
and helpless children.
THE FARMERS ARE COMING
This (Saturday) morning the dele delegates
gates delegates will visit in St. Augustine and
Hastings and Monday a special Flor Florida
ida Florida trip has been arranged for, the
itinerary being as follows:
Leaving Jacksonville 9:15 railroad
time, Seaboard Air Line railroad, ar arriving
riving arriving Gainesville at 12 o'clock,,
spending the balance of the day at
the University of Florida and visit visiting
ing visiting the farms.
Leaving Gainesville at 8 o'clock the
following morning, touring through
southern Alachua county and north northern
ern northern Marion county, arriving Ocala ap approximately
proximately approximately 5 o'clock Tuesday.
Wednesday, regular tour through
Marion county, visiting the farms
and famous Silver Springs in the aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, spending the night at Ocala,
leaving at 8 o'clock the following
morning through the"' famous Lake
Weir region and visiting the Monarch
orange groves at Wildwood, leaving
there and passing through Lake
county, .Leesburg, Eustis, Mount
Dora and'Zellwood, seeing the Laugh Laugh-lin
lin Laugh-lin groves and stock farms, thence to
Orlando through Apopka. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. The foregoing refers to the mem members
bers members of the Farmers' National Con Congress,
gress, Congress, which was in session in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville last week.
When the farmers reach Mcintosh,
they will be entertained by the people
of that garden spot of the earth hi a
way that will prevent them ever for forgetting
getting forgetting it.
Ocala will not be lacking in hospi hospitality
tality hospitality to the agriculturists. Beside
showing them the advantages of our
section, they are to be given a fishfry
and barbecue at Silver Springs and
full opportunity to see the beauties
of the Springs and Silver river. They
will all remember Marion count
when they go home.
William Wright Jr. passed away at
9:30 Sunday morning. This young
man leaves to mourn his death his
father and mother, several sisters and
brothers. All who knew this young
man loved him for his many sterling
qualities. The remains will be laid
to rest today in the Orford cemetery.
Arrangements in charge of E. C. Jor Jordan
dan Jordan & Co.
Beer Trade in the United States
Seems to Have Been Front Line
Washington, Dec. 9. More letters
from the secret files of Count von
Bernstorff were read today to the
Senate committee investigating Ger German
man German brewery propaganda by Bielaski.
Among them were instructions to all
German consuls in the United States
to get German .subjects out of plants
producing materoials for the Allies.
The consuls were ordered to stop all
Germans from working in such plants
under the action of the imperial
code, and to report to the German
consulate at. New York.
FRENCH OFFICERS IN BERLIN
Washington, Dec. 9. French Gen General,
eral, General, DuPont ha arrived in Berlin
and established his headquarters at
the palace formerly occupied by the
French embassy, according to ad advices
vices advices received here. General DuPont
is here entrusted with the transport
and repatriotion of French prisoners
held in Germany.
MONEY NEEDED BY OUR ALLIES
Congress has been asked by Sec Secretary
retary Secretary McAdoo to authorize loans
after the declaration of peace to the
governments associated with the
United States in the war to aid in
feeding the peopulation and recon
struction of devastated countries.
, WOOL AT AUCTION
The wool held by the war depart department
ment department will be disposed of at public
auction, it was announced today.
BROUGHT HOME THE BACON
Messrs. J. W. Davis, F. W. Ditto
and J. C. Johnson returned home last
night from Jacksonville, where they
had been assisting in packing and
shipping home the Marion county ex exhibits
hibits exhibits that were not sold at the fair
grounds. The gentlemen also brought
the great silver cup, bronze medal
and enough blue and red ribbons to
stock a ribbon store.
t v r
SPECIAL FLO FLO ORCHESTRA
JOHN CORT PRESENTS TfE
A Glittering, Gorgeous Gather Gathering
ing Gathering of Golden Gowns and
Light, Lacey, Alluring 1
Lingerie most At--
Seats on Sale Monday Dec. 9th.
TEDTaHTPTCR 51.00,51.50 and 52.00
IT LvXllVllCiO) pins War Tax.
VOL. 25, NO. 295
Allied Delegates in Conversations
Regarding a Permanent
Paris, Dec. 9. During preliminary
conversations to fix the program for
the peace conference, it is probable
the allied delegates will decide if an
organization or society of antions be
elaborated at the peace congress, or
left to further conference, the Petit
PRUSSIANS KILL PRISONERS
Paris, Dec. 9. Nine French pris--oners
were shot by the Germans and
fifteen other prisoners seriously
wounded at the' prison camp at Lang-
ensalza, Prussian Saxony, the Span Spanish
ish Spanish ambassador at Berlin reports. The
behavior of the prisoners did not in
the least justify the severity of this'
act of repression, it was declared.
The French government, it is indi indicated,
cated, indicated, is resolved to demand repara reparation
tion reparation for this act of the Germans,
which will be added to the already
long list of occurrences of this and
WALKED OUT AND WALKED IN
Mobile, Dec. 9. Twelve hundred
boilermakers who walked out last
Friday at the plant of the Alabama
Dry Dock & Shipbuilding Company,
returned to work this morning. No
statement was given out by either
FOR THE WEEK
Shows begin 3:30, 7 and 8:20 p. m.
Today: Edith Storey in "The Silent
Woman," a Metro picture. Drew com comedy.
edy. comedy. Tomorrow: Mae Marsh in "Money
Mad," a Goldwyn special.-
Wednesday: Elsie Ferguson in
Thursday: "Flo Flo and Her Perfect
SEASON J SENSA T0AL SUCCESS
J I I fl 3 GIRLS IN
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fit (Ul 2
twelve rrTitns m tn? rear,
waygTve employmenTTo scores
people and bring money into the
town in a steady stream. We will be
very foolish if we let it be taken from
us. Lt our business men eet to
u-aexir amiis in
gether and take steps to make thf I If I i llXUHX KM I ( IMM
The British will have a bill against
Germany for forty billion dollars, the
canning factory a permanent institu
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censorship is off and the boys can
they are. But
will be a
a man's chil
dren to be able to say that their
father once dated his letters from
&amewberaiin RranceJ" ,L,1 iJl
1 tmii --jJ if il r.tH-tni'.
There used-tohja Pfg which said:
Hush, little barroom,
Dqo& youjcry; t
recen. act ox me legislature, amenas
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j Editor., BenjaJBoin, quAting, r.9k pa:
graph Urn JJ' ..jXimesrUakwa. ie!
which i it iii suggested j that .i-Jackn
transports bringing lamwca bamWr
friendly interest): "How big a ship
can come nvp.r the St..' JrtTina fiver
bar?" For 'inlftrtioBferftfeV
wiiu iiay aisu nave aa. lausres
er than the
law demanded. However, the session
cost-the state about $20,000 and noth nothing
ing nothing was done that couldn't have wait
ed for the regular term.
4 IVinCT ItPftRTA'T ITPU
The papers of the nation and state
have been chronicling state and na-
Ition, continental and international
fvenjMMQBfeat moment recently; but
the greatest story, for Florida, that
has been published in six months is
Pencil fui siAly billiuund-the-Bel-jtfaat t)f the Florida raised "baby beer'
gians twelve or thirteen billion.. Nor
way, Spwn j fJIllaL and. ( perha ps
some othll Jlfl Irirfflfirt rffr
UW SteJbas is not
andj 13 wi fidemnity,
t iif pue, lilt because
our government may consider that It
will be impossible for the Germans to
necessary to pay to people who have
lofityfiftrW'Ey the'&cWcm oTGirman
submrtWff i I aghtsi 6n iarid; or
compensation for relatives of Lusi Lusi-tania
tania Lusi-tania victims lrl-thtwe'jldst on other
tOTTiedeehip,' will 'ddubtWss' 1 be
IfaW-out otWe'la-p?e sums confiscated
Jby,the n&Wian'-of- aKew"' property.
Onefhmg ieeTtaiB(, and Ihat is the
treenttoTisametini;' Germany will 'be
datten1;i' pay. will 'make' it neoes neoes-saryt.'Cor''
saryt.'Cor'' neoes-saryt.'Cor'' the' 'Allied natiohs to stand
Wy emchotheiw afnd- keep the! 'Germans
tMflarey for4hey "will certainly re-
ipdiat'Jtheirwar' -febts if they ever
have the power. n'
H W & lpoitd Hata' nuhlber 'of the
soldiers recently discharged from the
ttwining icamp dr e ut'of) money,
hav-irid work awd we iri'danger kxf 'toe 'toeing
ing 'toeing in want"l4ieteiS" to the Star.
that the government could and should
tLiIurLisz--t'-Lii.- dl-ljl 'stayfitWiservicea ItUsirt right- to
Ptuna'them 'Mt) without resodrce,'esp
jTT ST?. 'r" -ik
JY?5- would(make a ood
i Stat5 prohibition (will also rid us of
the Aiiti-Salopri League' which'f at
test, lias been1 a necessary Vvil.1 '? '"5
t!tu. tt - : -t fi.it J
yTfee fie airplanes' winging their
'Way from California to" Arcadia' "may
fly over' Ocata one 'day' this week.' r'
The legislature was in session just
thirteen days.' We1Ff bet J. V.'lif Ke
fWow a Ifir ntibeMever in the thirteen
m 'I'j. 'f. .vi ct ;y.-' -. v,:
---British day was cheerfully, and; ap appropriately
propriately appropriately celebrated alU over... the
United States, and judging by the, re remarks
marks remarks of the- Jondon papers-.,, British,
people appreciate thehonorl t,jf
As the American army v marched
into Tre vest the bands played .. Dixie,
and as the head of the column enter entered
ed entered the great public square the tune
was -changed -to "Suwannee River.!'
6ftfat-day's-Timag-Union. printed .. a
fine picture of Marion county's ex-
hibittrt tN state f air-s
deny! tlaf the f imeeUnidh
ready Stol ifencfeurajre iifflui
thrifO I I
en on good oldTTo1
1 aas fre-v
yard, state printer, did not prevent
him 15pd5pipy, fcient?TkdgTTis
wor iurfcgf tfie jxtra
lS-iwiileavl the irthiftesiol Ae
nf sAoollvea beep -7enfcflh
and a square
"Tf tHey have, iKere hasTBeen no of:
ficial intimation of the fact.
(Washington1 "Herald, Dec. 4)
EnthtisYastic an'probatiori- '"' cre'eted
S'enao.'rletcherof rlOTida', when 'he
stetfla'Mghtaf the Florid-' Socie
ty 'inking "thatheelt ther pt esident
wis Wig tfi right-thing !fn attend attending
ing attending the peaceconferencer'' its t-""-'
"It was his duty to go," said Sena
tor Whe mUhe tfrmcttfles
koMtHtnedtby;' President Wilson have
jiany.d AustyiajWhat remains to
bfr dpne s tcx appiy t those principles.
It is .oniy fitting, jthat ''he who conceiv
ed those 'principles"' ''should have a
P. wfcMn.. W??:. TS?im'
jercaa.peopie,. snouid leei r .nonored
t.hat trke nrAsiffpnt. fins Viffn nllA1 tn
Shnrt.lv aftPv Catts WaTTP f0v
lites--Jelyi &ri Vr I W vAre
sioner vcp tngnia 1 1 rs a iisq
of perrnlisn of lilfiss TQgiQ
v.nH4 ?3u7a-L pvk nit i&
awaa aav n v f Vi biHiv jLaanj sfC
Sumter, all officers unjustly remov
eleven thousand dollars, not including
director general of the emergency jthiT sum Taue SherifT "Coleman. Catis
ion 01 tne iact. jaumter, an orncers unjustly renvoi
lUglellOork, dlXliSe ft3 "fhese"' oMldvafclt
Schwabhas resigned his position of
fleet corporation,,.- President Wilson
has hlniedimi f& erVHes"
andy mericanT ?of th
X Ae ei
1 r I
Is L s Jia
acknowledged that he had made
net-hiW'- g dim were
a couple of prrvatfJldiers jom a
United War Woisk tent near I The
senatov findine he1uiTmiTOrl3By
than Ae Itmd hia family Bald edt tele-
T .ir .. r
I pnonea;ior; mem. i.m-Z.--4
To wve.us we havKil yet been aole
to figurejout whatji did; wiiti 11
the groceries i.sueti they reqtu reqtu-sitioned
sitioned reqtu-sitioned for monthly -4tthat Mariahna
reform school Tamha Tribdafcvi' ; 1
Well, you can figure out what theyj
didnt do with them, cant, you? t
Florida is below Ocala. Above that
is a section Jiving "in the fTiadowi-a
great name." Tampa Tribune.
and t c6A and nea
ida, as-yu? jtyiheifi, i i
and left the country around Ocala an
island f ffMle W Wj5 W
be fat. Tut that m your-pipe ana
' The Star is informed that the peo-
1 pie of another iFtonda JpjrftaveJ
I V - an a c -
maae a very goou-nia ior tne- cjnmmg
factnrv that is at nrespnt doincr such
good work for bc&yt.fmt Jw
Saa G av,Ua VIA J. VVa AW Ca Oa bCi Ma
to help it along until it is
fair profit. Unless the people of this
should get busy. For more than
twenty "year aH 6ureM6r'aanning
ernor, he ejected A. L. Messer, hotel
was well qualified to do the work aqd
. -aaw am "l
mstatea nun and ordered nis
salary amoqntfegr tf ifS657 paid,
has also rei&OerilTlLrpus Endel aid
C. B McKinnon, pure food inspefc
tors, J. H. Patterson, Duval commife-
stq-ferTarfd-A. T. 1 ColemaTrslittr Iff
factory beerfeat.sadoowsatjj rlryfr
we have one wejstand a. chanca 01 fl JH I
losing it. ThefeiindtliinV tnaVTbcala I i-
needs more nothing that the coun
Uy- suH'oaiidlfig uu supply better
than a canning factory. The country
can supply vegetables for it to can
'WILSON IS 'RIGHT
Senator Fletcher Approves the Pres-
MeifUs Visit 4 Eurbpe
ships used'lnihe frahspori servfce'o'f
theUnitea' S c'ouia '; "and fiTiKZ? resource, espe1
safely' c6n?e"irougli trftqf'SV' ?nnpC winter. .1
Jinns nver 10 me excellent terminals
a' JacksohyffleaVia' rlfebarV tKelpr-:
cious cfeightr of heroes 'in khaki' if the
government was inclined? to send them
this 'Way.Just -f or iastaface;1 it may
-bfc meitionedtaat -the Jjenapeirthe
queen of) the Clyde fleety whidica-j
ried maiy. thisand of'tjAmefieaii
troopst -to France i wa i im and cut xf
Jacksonf harbf a nagnlnrly foi-
lWMem W?ru m( secured
her for .overseas duties. ..The Lenape
has beea returned to the .Clyde' line
for coastwise service, but there are
scjrea,o otter tflansnorta erjce,
smaller, besides many that are larger
than this well .known, slmv .andthe
jFeragarryinin, Yprk Land
seweyacoul asily .coe direct
to tni.JPcs aS Japksonvjiier-'imes-Uipn;!Sho,Tiajks.ij
i jN&i jwere. -somewhat, surprised to
LBfo f j.oyerjuiiejit wag, .gqiflg
fftase JynarJestcj.vaslVa lporpf
embarkation a4 .ja,d paed, (1ip,
Savannah, Bransick a4 aqkspn
ville, tho all those cities have safer
harbors than Clarleston.
it &c in
Have your noui
. iln A
ave your house painted. We do
a. inds.pf paintjng; aiid, paper hang-
23f -SIGN SYSTEM.,
rt Let us t supply your T,0LET (AlU
TICLl& 'bur line is complete, and
the rtrices alwavs reaaonafeie. The
Co'urt Pharmacy. Phone 24.' tf
weighing 1320 pounds, at the age of
Thelkailiik of President Wilson to
Francf IpaLes .to insignificance before
LUIS, XUi uur luiuic in uc sbWA. iaia-
forward move from the
nt of this success, such
ver before taken.
hen the old Florida cattle raiser,
the open range man with his tick tick-infested
infested tick-infested CTub, so-called beeves, rais raised
ed raised a 'yearlin' to the age of three or
evefr1five1y'e,ars, and' had a gross
weight '61! felx hundred pounds, he had
raised a whopper!
The' report of this Florida product,
this 1 proof hat Florida excells all
bther-states in prime beef raising, is
This beef, which is eighteen months
oldi" weighs' 1320 pounds and was
fattened on the Munroe & Chambliss
farm;an'jlarion county, near Ocala.
The eer's mother was of cross-bred
natice and Shorthorn stock and the
ire. .was, .pure-bred Aberdeen-Angus,
jfye.compjnajtion developing an ani
,ma4, .oi magnihcent proportions.
jjIrvCmm bliss set out shortly after
.jtjie,catf ,'was born to raise the young youngster,
ster, youngster, for Valby beef show purposes,
and nis 'methods were so successful
and development so rapid that he was
urged, to exhibit at the International!
Livestock Show at Chicago. He
agreed to, display there, but was urg urged,
ed, urged, on, patriotic grounds to1 send the
stee 'tpthe Florida State Fair and
jxppsiuorT as a demonstration of
wjiat cFlpna can produce in the live live-pck
pck live-pck tfneand as an incentive for
lbria cattle men.
The story of the accomplishment is
worth all the editorials that could be
wrjtfpntJ Tie fact that it has been
done is proof that it can be done
again, and the fact that it has been
done convinces us that it will be a
cpmmo4' occjarrence for it to be done
, we nave Known ior years tnat
there is no greater state for livestock
than ..jiorjda; and we nave sounded
the slogan of better breeds and home-
! feed, and the elimination of
the tick. We are getting results at
last; and the exhibit, of livestock,
Florida raised and fattened, at the
saCe' fair' in Jacksonville, will rank
with theexehibit held in any state of
the 'Union from Iowa to Texas.
"We" had rather be the producer of
that "eighteen months old baby beef"
thaw to 'be the owner of the greatest
store in 'the country; for in this ac-
eotnplishment we would have been an
incentive ?to- our entire people.
" That1 this1 fine produce of the Flor Florida
ida Florida livestock industry sold "on the
hoof for fifty cents a pound to
Armour & Co., indicates nothing, save
that 'the' man who says Florida beef
can't set recognition and top prices
will j have his mouth stopped from
yelping 'from now on.
$ TlSMcWfM) I
$ fMiM I
Think It Over
What can you think of that, would make a
more suitable gift for 'a Holiday present for any
member of the family than one of those elegant
year's "subscriptiori for a good
magazine makesa much appreciated
AcAffa'te' andW'onipt reOTptiori
'servTce is always lkt v ydiir 'command
here. Ask your ddcfo'rr' Tydmgr &
o.'; "druggists: 'Phbne 30." 1 tf
rarer urui&uig ,vupb w 10 pacM
ageTteri csrits df Gerlg's? Drugstore:
If"" 'PK ACTtCAL' CARPENTER ;"
jarei.u. Jiniates, made pp ju .Con .Contract
tract .Contract work. Givea More. and Better
Yprk for thp4iMo5ey.than any pther
-ppntractor. .jn, the city.-
we are showing. It will make a gift thats really &
t) worth while, and you'd go a long way and not find g)
X anything that would give more real pleasure to as x
) many people as one of these machines with a nice fit)
scic.uuu ui pupuiui lcwiua. 11c nave iiuxiuxcus
of records from which to select. Come in and let
us give you a demonstration.
"Why Pay More"
Ocala - Florida
WE CAN ARRANGE INSTALLMENT PAYMENT IF DESIRED
p VU -. v Vi Vi ni Ni HiX .v .U
DIRECT FR0U TOE FISHING
; 1 BOATS TO YOU
L .DELICIOUS fresh caught SALTED
FISH, direct to the consumer by pre prepaid
paid prepaid parpel post or express, 15 pounds
for 2. Barrel shipments a specialty.
Try, our, DELICIOUS SALTED ROE.
.Order- now before the season closes.
ST. GEORGE CO. INC.
ST. GEORGE ON THE GULF,
e. tP.rO. Apalachicola, Florida.
GOOD VULCANIZING ON TIME
That's our motto. Vulcanizing work
that will stand up under hard wear
and tear of country roads vulcaniz vulcanizing
ing vulcanizing methods that double the life of,
our tires and improve their riding
qualities. And we deliver work when
we promise; depend upon that. Our:
charge is moderate and frequently,
saves you the cost of a new tire.
J BIALOCK BROTIlERSd
107 Oklawaha Avenue
Rlelvcr & MacKay
UfiDEHTAKERS 2nd EMDALLIERS
- PHONES 47, 104. 305 ;
Kf-Mut herrf- 1 make
v -Ke goc )ul. a own
ifsmm f; 1
J fhe t aatur cted vef credjt
Jack Norton, Tuttimg Owe-
one of the song numbers with John Cort's latest and best musical comedy
sensation, "Flo Flo," and her perfect chorus, which will come to the Temple Thursday, night, Dec 12.
, PLEASE 2
Have your Laundry, ready j
when our agent! callMThis1
will help both yours ell! .and
us: THANKS! m
THE WIMMK HOTEL
" ui r 7-
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In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
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
OCALA, EVENING STAB, MONDAY, DECEMBER 9. 1318
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
Miss Alice Bullock will have charge
of the Star's society work for the next
few days. If you have any items for
this department, please phone 103.
Love not me for my comely grace,
For my pleasing eye or face,
Nor for any outlined part,
No, nor for my constant heart
For those may fail, or turn to ilL
So thou and 1 shall sever.
Keep therefore a true woman's eye,
And love me still, but know not why,
So hast thou the same reason still
- To dote upon me ever!
The reception for Rev. and Mrs.
Kirkby will take place tomorrow eve evening
ning evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
F. T. Schreiber, on Oklawaha ave avenue,
nue, avenue, instead of at the desidence of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cullen. The
change was made on account of ill illness
ness illness at the Cullen home.
Develop visibility! It conquers dis disability.
The folks on Fort King avenue
have a hunch that the wedding bells
will surely ring the last of the week.
Miss Callie Gissendaner's many
friends are glad to learn that she is
able to attend school again after a
two weeks' illness.
Mrs. Mamie Fox went to St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Saturday night to pay a
short visit to her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. CJF.'Fox.
Miss Emma Lane returned Satur Saturday
day Saturday from a delightful few days' visit
in Gainesville, and is again the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. George MacKay.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Massey have
moved from their Lake Weir place to
again make Ocala their home and are
with Mrs. J. W. Davis on Oklawaha
Mrs. J. C. Jackson returned Friday
after a visit of some time in Atlanta
with her daughters, Mrs. Peter Mack-
A. E. GERIG
All Kinds of
OCALAQSEED STORE :
learn of xhe
of coffee by read reading.
ing. reading. Others find
it out through
either case ifc
is a good idea
to adopt s
drink made :
from the finest
cereals, harm harm-jess
jess harm-jess and nour nourishing.
ishing. nourishing. Made in
the cup.instant cup.instant-ly.
ly. cup.instant-ly. Saves sugar
and fuel. i
intosh and Miss Margaret Jackson.
En route home she stopped to see her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. J. C. Jackson
Jr. and for the present she is at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Dick
The score of friends of Lieut. Nor Norton
ton Norton P. Davis will be delighted to learn
that he recently finished a course at a
training school at Camp Hancock,
with as high a grade as any one
made. Lieut. Davis entered the ser service
vice service September one year ago as a
private, but his marked capacity, apt
itude and skill as a soldier lmmedi-
atelybrought him promotions. In all
probability he will be at Camp Han
cock for a month or more, as this
camp has been selected as a demobili
zation camp and Lieut. Davis chosen
as one of the reserve officers.
At the Temple this evening, Edith
Storey will appear in "The Silent
Woman," a Metro picture. Miss Stor
ey is one of Ocala's favorites, and
this evening will be the first time in
some months that she has .been seen
on. the Temple screen. There will also
be a Drew comedy. Tomorrow, that
winsome woman, Mae Marsh, will be
seen in "Money Mad,"' a Goldwyn
Mrs. G. W. Cleveland returned
home this morning from a visit of a
week with her son, Mr. Wilbur Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland in Jacksonville, and while there
attended the great state fair. Mr.
Wilbur Cleveland, who is one of the
efficient deputies in the U. S. district
marshal's office, is now located in
Jacksonville and is getting on well
with the work.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Maxham and
two little daughters of Randolph, Vt.,
have taken apartments at Mrs. Mer Mer-rell's
rell's Mer-rell's on Adams street. If they are
pleased with Ocala they will remain
for the winter and the two children
will attend school here. We certain
ly hope to keep this good family
with us, not only for the winter, but
as permanent residents.
Mrs. Ditto, mother of Mr. Frank
Ditto of this city, came this morning
from Jacksonville to pay a visit to
her son and daughter-in-law, Mrs.
Ditto made her home in Ocala for a
great many years and has many
Mr. W. 'A. Goin accompanied by
Mrs. Connor Smoak, motored to the
city Saturday afternoon from Eustis,
coming especially for Mrs. Goin, who
has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. W.
C. Jeffords for ten days. They all
returned to Eustis yesterday.
Mrs. Sylvan McElroy and hand handsome
some handsome son of Orlando, arrived in the
city yesterday for a several weeks'
visit to Mrs. McElroy's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Dozier.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Gamsby will
arrive next week from Chattanooga,
Tenn., to spend the winter in Ocala
and will' immediately go to house
keeping in their own home.
Mrs. H. T. Newman and daughter
of Bartow arrived in the city last
week for a several weeks' visit 5 to
Mrs. Newman's mother, Mrs. M. A.
Lieut. Chas. H. Lloyd, who was ex
petced home from Camp Gordon Sun
day, will not be here until next Sun
day, but he will probably be able to
remain over Christmas.
Mrs. J. A. Mellon, No. 214 Hyde
Park Place, received a cable from her
son, Capt. Albert E. Mellon, yester
day, stating that he was sailing for
home with his battery, and "Merry
Christmas." The cable was sent Nov.
4, from Is-Sur-Tille, France, where
Captain Mellon's anti-aircraft bat
tery has been stationed for the last
six months. His mother is hoping
that he will reach 'Tampa in time to
celebrate Christmas at home. Cap
tain Mellon has been overseas for a
year, and has been in active service
at the front. Tampa Tribune.
a Mr it r
Mrs. Meuon ana son were once
residents oi ucaia, ana tne many
friends they formed while here are
delighted to hear that Captain Mellon
will soon return safely home.
Mr. Morris, son and two daughters
a prominent family from Blooming-
burg, Ohio, will spend the winter
here, and are pelasantly located at
the residence of Mrs. H. C. Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Johnson are
new arrivals in Ocala and have part
ol Mrs. Mary Gillen's home. Mr.
Johnson is a painter and expects to
maKe nis nome with us.
Miss Helen Brown, who has been
spending some time in Asheville and
Atlanta, will arrive home tomorrow
afternoon, much to the pleasure of
Mrs. Anna Tweedv returned this
afternoon from Jacksonville, where
she has been attendiner to the clos
ing up of the affairs of the Marion
county exhibit at the state fair.
Miss Ruth Ley left yesterday for
her home in Tampa after spending
fair week in Jacksonville, the guest
of her cousins, Dr. and Mrs. James
B. Waller. Times-Union.
Miss Ley is the youneest daughter
of the late Rev. J. B. Lev. who was
j pastor of the Methodist church here
for a number of years.
FIR AN IE
THE FASHION CENTER1
Goat-Suits, Coats, Jersey,
Silk and Serge Dresses,
Waists and Children's Coats
TIMELY XMAS SALE AT JANUARY REDUCTIONS!
THIS IS A NEW v DEPARTURE, THE BIG JANUARY
REDUCTIONS MOVED AHEAD OF THE HOLIDAYS
ENABLING YOU, FOR A LITTLE BIT OF YOUR CHRIST CHRISTMAS
MAS CHRISTMAS MONEY, TO SECURE ONE OF THESE' MAGNIFI MAGNIFICENT
CENT MAGNIFICENT GARMENTS.
Ml i rP i
SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY
J WILL (JUJNT1JNULD UJN ilL
of Coat Siiits,
Coats, Silk, Jersey, Serge
and a Few Evening Dresses, These in the Newest Models,
Fabrics and Shades and are Regular Values up to $35.00
In This Sale. Special
In this Sale will be included a lot of GEORGETTE and CREPE DE
CHINE BLOUSES. Sold regularly for $6.50. During
this sale.. .. ............ p .Oia
Buy Only Useful Gifts For Christmas
We are headquarters for the following: Handkerchiefs
Neckwear, Gloves, Hosiery, Scarfs. Leather Bags, Sweaters,
Furs, Ladies Waists, Silk and Jersey Petticoats, Millinery,
Silks, Beautiful Lingerie, Bath Robes, Etc.
Any of the Above Xmas Gift Suggestions
Will be Appreciated by Your Friends.
Help the Poor Kiddies of Florda By Subscribing liberally
to the Fund to the Florida OaHdren's Home Society
m v m
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
OCALA. EVENING STAR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 9. 1918
OCALA ill AFFAIRS
(Continued from Third Page)
Camp Fire Ramble
The young people of the Baptist
church are invited by the members
of the Philathea class to attend a
camp fire ramble, which will start ai
the Baptist church Tuesday evening
at 6:45. Everyone is requested to
take a cup and als obe prepared to
tell -a ghost story. Anyone desiring
to go should phone Mrs. Wm. H.
Wrighton or Mrs. Clem Purvis today.
Miss Tillie Pasteur returned this
morning from a delightful week-end
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Pasteur of North Lake Weir.
News comes from Mrs. James
Stanley; Miss Sue Haycraft's sister,
that she is much improved since her
recent illness, which is gratifying
news to her many friends.
Mrs. Alvarado.Devane is here from
St. Augustine on a visit to her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. P.' V. Leavengood.
' Mrs. D. M. Roberts and daughter,
Mrs. Louise Mackintosh, are in the
city from Wildwood.
The Star regrets to learn that
Ocala will lose Mrs. Kichline, who
has sold her American fruit store
and will remove to Jacksonville.
OFFICERS OR ROYAL ARCH
At their recent meeting, the Royal
Arch Masons elected the following
officers:, High Priest, C. E. Connor;
King, J. R. Herndon; Scribe, A. E.
Burnett; Treasurer, B. Goldman;
Secretary, Jake Brown.
11011 TO FIGHT
(By Dr. L, W. Bowers)
Avoid crowds, coughs and cowards,
but feaTneither germs nor Germans!
Keep the system in good order, take
plenty of exercise in the fresh air and
practice cleanliness. Kememoer a
clean mouth, a clean skin and clean
bowels are a protecting armour
against disease. To kep the liver and
bowels regular and to 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 Pleasant
ant Pleasant Pellets. If there is a sudden onset
of what appears like a hard cold, one
should cro 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
mat for Anuric (anti-uric) tablets.
These will flush the bladder and kid
neys and carry off poisonpus 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 treacherous
erous treacherous 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 bis Irontic (iron tonic) tablets,
which can be obtained at most drug
stores, or send 10c. to Dr. Pierce's In
valids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.f for trial
package. Adv.. 2
W. K.Lane, M. D., Physician and
Sureeonr specialist Eye, Ear. Nose and
Throat, Law Library Building, Ocala,
Accurate and prompt prescription
service is always at your command
here. Ask your doctor. Tydings &
Co., druggists. Phone 30. tf
Mr. Clifford Livingston, for many
years a citizen of Ocala, now of Co
lumbia, S. C, is visting his old
Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack package,
age, package, ten cents at Gerig's Drugstore.
Mr. E. D. Mitchum, who is a nurse
in the navy hospital at Washington,
is SDendinsr his furlough in Ocala and
renewing his acquaintance with his
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
Mr. A. J. Simmons has bought the
popular American Fruit Store from
Mrs. Kichline, and he and Mrs. Sim Simmons
mons Simmons will carry it on in the uptodate
and satisfactory manner for their
The pride of the Court Pharmacy is
its prescription department. Every
prescription is carefully compounded
as ordered by your physician jnu
SUBSTITUTION allowed. Phone 284.
Private Edward Marshall, Battery
A, 316 Field Artillery, "somewhere
in France," writes that he and his
comrades are having some wonderful
experiences over there. His letter
was written Oct. 30, twelve days be before
fore before the armistice.
We are now showing a pretty line
cf IVORY TOILET ARTICLES in
sets or single pieces. Just the thing
for holiday presents. Tydings & Co.,
opposite Harrington Hotel. tf
Have your Greetings Cards engrav engraved,
ed, engraved, giving them a touch of individu individuality.
ality. individuality. See Samples at THE SPEC SPECIALTY
IALTY SPECIALTY SHOP, A. E. Gerig, tf
Midshipman Paul Brinson is home
from Hampton Roads on a thirty
days furlough. Paul has never en entirely
tirely entirely recovered from the severe cold
fVint mnrlp him so ill several weeks
ago, but a few weeks at home 'will
Tiuv vour CUT GLASS early for
holiday, presents. We are now show-
-i i. i: nvjmns St- Cn
nig an eiegam. imc ijrumgo w
opposite Harrington notei.
President Kimble of the Farmers'
National Congress arrived on the
southbound Seaboard early this alt alt-ernoon
ernoon alt-ernoon and is being shown the town
and county by Messrs. Hunter,
Chambliss and other public spirited
As Mr. W. L. Colbert, with his lit little
tle little daughter and Mr. Crago in his
car, were" driving out on the An An-tfinTiv
tfinTiv An-tfinTiv road Sunday, they tried to
cross the Seaboard just as the Okla
waha valley tram was coming in. ine
eneine hit the car and tore it half to
Dieces. but the occupants escapea
with nnlv slight scratches. This is
a bad crossing, both for trams ana
autoes, as each is concealed from the
other until only a few yards separate
Paner Drinking Cups, 25 to pack
a co tan .pnts at Cleric's Drugstore. 1
We are showing a most attractive
i;na vf "T.ifflo flifts "Re sure and see
them before purchasing. A. E. Gerig,
THE SPECIALTY SHUF. VL
PaDer Drinking Cups, 25 to pack
age, ten cents at Genu's Drugstore.
YOU CALL A DOCTOR I
HE IS A GOOD DOCTOR J
SEND HIS PRESCRIPTIONS
J To The
I COURT PHARMACY
For the Same Reason
r Economical Juransportatii
The value of ny motor ; car d-
pends upon its usefulness. The Chev
rolet "Four Ninety proves its value
through its utility.
It has power enough for all needs.
It has the proper weight, weight
insures low maintenance expense.
It has the stamina to withstand
the most exacting service. Its effi efficiency
ciency efficiency is only excelled y its economy.
Ocala Iron Works Garage
" Ocala, Florida
LARGEST DEPT. STORE
rest the Times Comes Rheinauer's Tim
"Before Christmas Sale" oh Women's
High Grade Wearing Apperal
A Saving on Coats, Suits, Dresses,
Skirts and Dainty Blouses in their
. The Home
with Progress Progressive
ive Progressive Merchan Merchandising
dising Merchandising Method
vwm nv. "s r r. "a J z, rrt
. l i if mi jrnv in ilpi--s m r-. i & m vi u nwMii n rrri t u i hi n i i : m jy i ui r hi: i i t i i ; i 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 i i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
tm&mmmnmmmsV' i "MAmmmnwr i a t m w w m 11 iminmiiai,
At One Third Off
Our entire line of Silk and Serge dresses priced
$13.50 to $37.50
All Garments Altered Fre
Think of this excellant oppor-
tunity for saving toward your
Christmas funds. Think of the
high standard maintained at all
times in Rheinauer's garments
the best in Ocala, all readily
agree. Then just when winter
is begimng. In time for the gay
& & Yuletide season We offer this re
duction without discrimination,
embracing every garment at an
actual discount of 1-4 to 1-3 off.
Fashion could not design better
modes, materials could not be
better no shody collar founda foundation
tion foundation or linings but quality thru
At One Fourth Off
Our entire line of Tai- ccn cn l ian AA
loredSuits priced.. DU IO Jt)OU.UU
0USkirtfpriced $7.50 to $25.50
Qui entire "line of Georgette and Crepe De
Chene waists priced
$3.50 to $15.00
Splendid Coats at Special Prices.
Jostf 18 New Coatls By This MomSmigs Express
For mely $30.00 to $35.00 :
(Dims FonniPln I
Theyare made from fine wool velours, some are fur trimmed
with generous shaul collars. All the new shades in taupes, plum,
brugandy and brown.
BTrtx. tho fnminn Hullidav Season This Sale offers a
Stunning Collection of Silk Dresses and Suite
Dresses are of Georgettes, Taffetas and Satins, Modisdely
cut and in beautiful shades, the Suits are aqual to any met met-ropoUtan
ropoUtan met-ropoUtan offering. Beautiful Shades and Modes. v,
snnfifts -snft ii-a (TDffff Dresses all 1-3 Om
- s ;
RATES: Si line maximum. one
time 25c; three times 50c; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in advance.
$35c; single-edge, 25c. T. C. Peacock,
707 Franklin St., Tampa, Fla. 9-lm6
Chevrolet fFonr-Nmety" Roadsten
RAZOR BLADES SHARPENED
I sharpen all makes of safety razor
blades. All hair tested. Durham Durham-Duplex
Duplex Durham-Duplex doz, 50c; other double-edge
LOST Maxwell extra rim, between
Fort McCoy and Ocala, or on Silver
Springs road. W. J. Wilson, Fort
McCoy, or Star office. 9-3t
WANTED An elderly lady to keep
house for a family of five. Address
"J," care Evening Star, Ocala. 3t
FOR SALE Bungalow worth $2500
for $1500, half cash, balance $25 a
month, no interest
W. A. Robertson,
WANTED At once.
rags; table or bed linen, underwear,
etc. No sewing room scraps. Must be
well laundered. The Star office, tf
FARM FOR SALE A small 50-acre
ideal farm, corners 200 yards from
depot in Anthony, Florida; land and
improvements very best. All in culti cultivation;
vation; cultivation; fenced an dcross-fenced with
woven wire. Will sell at a bargain.
1 Address, J. A. Price, Ocala, Fla. 6t
Today's worry is the
.- m m
X result oi yesieraays
neglect. Have you
eyes fitted and avoid
Dr. K. J. Weihe
With Weihe Co.. Jewelers. Ocala, Fla.
The most complete lice of proprietary-
remedies in Central Florida is
always to be found here. Tydings ic
Co., druggists. Phone 30. tf
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Marion County (Fla.)
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