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Ycather Forecast: Fair tonight and
Saturday; frost in r.orth portion and
in central portion tonight if weather
OGALV, FLORIDA, FRIDAY; JANUARY iO, 1919.
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Preparatory to the "More Formal
Deliberations, About to
Paris, Jan. 10. After nearly a
month of waiting and preparation,
the conversations which will lay the
foundation, off the actual peace con congress
gress congress are about to start. The first few
, conferences between the American,
French and British delegates will
probably develop how much progress
may be expected before President
Wilson goes home next month. It is
settled that when the president ar arrives
rives arrives in America, one, of his first acts
will be to address Congress and give
a report on what has been accom accomplished.
plished. accomplished. ; The best opinion is that the
most President Wilson can hope to
report probably will be a general un undertaking
dertaking undertaking of the widest sort upon set
principles which must be left to be
cpplied by the peace congress.
REPRESENTATIVES OF BRITISH
London, Jan. 10. Premier Lloyd Lloyd-Gccrge,
Gccrge, Lloyd-Gccrge, Chancellor Bonar Law, For Foreign
eign Foreign Secretary Balfcur- and Privy
Councillor George Nicoll Barnes have
been appointed British peace pleni plenipotentiaries,
potentiaries, plenipotentiaries, according to the Express
and the Mail. The premiers of Can Canada,
ada, Canada, Australia and the Union of South
Africa as colonial representatives will
in ve seats when the peace congress
traces up business of interest to the
dominions, it is. said.
ATTEND TIIE BOARD
OF TRADE THIS EVENING
It Will be a Meeting in Which Every
' Citizen cf Ocala Will be
" ; Interested '..
At the last regular annual meeting
cf the Marion County Board of Trade
the present officers were elected and
accepted the duties in order to keep
ths organization alive during the war
period. All concerned felt that war
winning organizations should : come
first for our efforts and consideration.
The advertising, so liberally enter entered
ed entered idto by the board of trade in times
past is now bearing. fruit, but there
should i be a wide-awake organization
to secure for ourselves those things
which, will build up and make Marion
county the best place in the world to
, Use re are many things which should
require some attention and organized
e.Tort at this time. Let us now work
to secure the future of our county as
y;q have gone "over the top" to secure
the future cf democracy. The annual
meeting of the board of trade is to
take place tonight at 8 Vclock. &; We
have no secretary to phone you as a
reminder. It is up to you as citizens
to be there whether you have heen a
member in the past or not. The room
will be warm and comfortable and
the weather will be no excuse for
your staying away.
OF COMPANY A
Company A, County Guards, will
meet for drill at the armory this
evening, at 8 :S0. It is the duty of
11 members "to be present.: All sol soldiers
diers soldiers and ex-soldiers in the city are
cordially: requested to meet with us
and help us.
By order of
C. V. Roberts, Captain.
Shatly, Jan 9. There is some
changing around in our neighborhood,
all intent on beginning the new year
on the farm with a purpose in view.
Mr. Will Deas of Oak has bought
Mr. Tolbert Hodge's farm and moved
his family here last week.
Mr. Hodge has moved to Gum
Swamp, where he intends to raise
hogs, .v.t- w : ':j -. : '.: 'r :
Mr. Clyds Timmons of Ocala will
manage the Jirash farm this year.
Mr: Jirash and" family will move to
Ocala. These people have made
many warm friends in Shady, whose
best wishes wiir follow them.
Mr. George Sellers and family have
moved from-the Edwards farm and
Mr. Stapp of Ocala has moved there.
Mr. Blackburn,, the county demon demonstration
stration demonstration agent, was at F. G. Buhl's
test Friday, vaccinating some hogs.
Mr. E. C. Albertson and R. D.
Douglas of Weirsdale called by a few
minutes Friday afternoon.
Mrs. J. I. Smith has gone to Floral
City to visit relatives.
Mr. Seth Tubbs has rented the old
Close place (the Close farm near Gol Golden
den Golden Acre) and will move there is a
few days. -..
The farmers "here have sold sever several
al several hundred bushels of sweet potatoes
to the canning factory in Ocala. This
factory is a great coon to tne small
fanner and we hope for its success in
every, way. V "'".'--:','
Y7e have been having some good
weather for hog killing and quite a
few hogs have been killed here dur dur-'iv.5
'iv.5 dur-'iv.5 the past few days. Our road is
not too bad to carry our meat to the
'told storage,': but '"it is waiting on our
'commissioners : promisesryet. : See T :
Klenzo &eraeT-the" perfect denti-
fn:o h t) Lo fesr-d in Ocala cnly at
Csris :i33rnr Store." ';' yr-i
Are Stacking Up in Accusation
Against the Former Ger-
. -'-man Emperor:
London, Thursday, -Jan. 1 9- Pro Proceedings
ceedings Proceedings against the: former German
emperor are advised in a special re report
port report by a sub-committee of the com commission
mission commission charged with inquiring into
violations of the laws of war. This
committee has already examined 100, 100,-000
000 100,-000 cases of ill treatment of prison prisoners
ers prisoners and has 150,000 more to examine.
Other committees are investigating
other violations of international law.
BRIGADE OF TROOPS
LANDED AT NEWPORT NEWS
Newport News. Jan. 10. With
Brigadier General Walter A. Harris
ot Macon, Ga., in command, the 174th
Brigade of the 87th division was
among those who landed from the
transport Madawaska :this morning.
The troops also included 1200 sick and
STRIKE IN ARGENTINE
Buenos Aires, Jan. 10.- A general
strike has been declared throughout
t h MANY CASUALTIES ; :
Buenos Aires, Thursday, Jan. 9-y
Reports show, that over two hun hundred
dred hundred casualties have occurred as a re result
sult result of the general strike here. Dis Disorders
orders Disorders are reported in virtually every
part of the city, but the most serious
fighting was at the Vasena Iron
Works, where troops and strikers
TO THOSE WHO WON
PREMIUMS AT THE FAIR
We wish to state again for the ben benefit
efit benefit of those who won prizes at the
Marion -County Fair, and may not
have seen the announcement in a pre previous
vious previous issue, that the premiums are to
be paid with' money appropriated "by
the county for that purpose. This
money is not now available and xril
not be until the county can "collect
taxes to meet its obligations. Please
bear in mind that your premium mon money
ey money is as safe as though it were in the
bank,7 and only delayed in reaching
you, and tiy to be as patient as you
can. It will come in just as handy
when it does come as it would have
been the day after the fair.
Sincerely yours, '" ".
A 1 Nathan Mayo, Secretary.
OKLAWAHA RIVER" "ITEMS---'
Silver Springs, Jan. 10. The riv rivers,
ers, rivers, Oklawaha and Silver, are spread spreading
ing spreading out over the low lands and de depositing
positing depositing ther more mud, which in the
on coming years is destined to grow
sugar cane in abundance. This win winter's
ter's winter's rainfall in the valley is worth
dollars. ; -:.-:
One of the first Joats of the Haft
Line was named the Lolly Boy. The
Helkat may be classed as a queer
name, also Shirt Tail and Tiger Den,
points on the river.
Left-over fall roses and new peach
blooms are the first bursts of beauty
of the river for the new year. ;
The dripping rain drops are ; mois moistening
tening moistening and to sl general extent, soak soaking
ing soaking the low lands again today. After
the wet spell then will come hog kill killing
ing killing weather-cold. : ;-:',
' V7ild turkey -and squirrels are plen plentiful
tiful plentiful in places on the river.
V Placements for the Vessels
The City of Ocala, the Wekiva, at
this point. :
The Helkat at Grahamville ferry.
The Josephine, the Oregonian and
the Clermont, at Connor.
The Captain McGuire, at Welaka.
The Okahumpkee "and Hiawatha
are at East Pvalatka.
Oklawaha River Orders
Victor Mason released from the U.
S. navy, and he has reported for duty
with the Daylight Line. :
i Henry Heineman mustered out of
the U. S. army. Mr. Heineman is as assigned
signed assigned to the Connor, Lynne and La La-coota
coota La-coota mail service. A. A. G.
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
One Ford Touring, 1918.
One Ford Roadster, 1914.
One Dodge Roadster, 1916.
One Dodge Touring, 1917.
One 8-cylinder Olds, 1917.
One Chevrolet, 1916.
AUTO SALES COMPANY,
10-Ct Mack Taylor, Ocala, Fla.
EARLY PA LSI BEACH HATS-
A large shipment of Palm Beach
hats for early spring wear are now
in. Come and make your selections
from this advance lot. All shades and
8-4t MINNIE A BOSTICK, Milliner.
The last word in candy perfection
is Norris' GOLD BOX. Get it at the
Court Pharniacyv't.? 6-tf-
Dr. C. W. Mcremen, dental surgcen,
Commercial Bank- building.''; 02c
phene 211. T: : z'..l ;nce phens 2T3.
lOcsla, Fla. tl
JLarine Workers of New York" Trying
to Ride Roughshod Over Peo People
ple People and Government
New York, Jan. 10. Just as word
was received of expected action by
President Wilson, by means of a cable
message, in an attempt at settlement
of the strike which tied up all har harbor
bor harbor traffic in New York harbor, offic officers
ers officers of the marine workers affiliation
went into conference declaring no so solution
lution solution would be accepted other than
"unconditional surrender" of the boat
owners, whose refusal to arbitrate
their demands for higher wages and
an eight-hour day precipitated the
REGIONAL DIRECTOR'S PROPOS PROPOSAL
AL PROPOSAL REJECTED
New York, Jan. 10. -The strike
committee of the marine .workers af affiliation
filiation affiliation unanimously voted today to
reject the proposal of A. S. Smith,
eastern regional director of railroads,
for a forty-eight-hour resumption of
harbor activities pending conferences
between the government, boat owners
and union representatives with the ob object
ject object of obtaining a settlement of the
harbor strike. v
IRELAND HAS BIG
Sinn Feiners Bent on Driving the
British to Suppress Them
. by Force
Dublin, Jan. 10. Serious disturb disturb-ances;have
ances;have disturb-ances;have taken place at Mount joy
prison, where a number of Sinn Fein Feiners
ers Feiners have been imprisoned as ordinary
prisoners, while claiming treatment
as political offenders. The prisoners
are reported to have broken windows
?nd damaged the cells.
London, Jan. 9. -The first publica-
tion of what purports to be the Sinn
Fein constitution for Ireland was
made today by the Globe. This has
a particular interest in view of the
Sinn Fein's proposal to hold an Irish
congress in the near future. The pre preamble
amble preamble of the constitution runs as follows-:-
"Whereas, the people of Ireland
never have relinquished their claim to
separate nationhood, and
"Whereas, the provisional govern government
ment government of the Irish republic at Easter,
1916, iri the.namo of the Irish people
and continuing the fight made by pre previous
vious previous generations,- reasserted the in inalienable
alienable inalienable right of Jhe Irish -nation to
sovereign independence and reaffirm
ed the determination of the Irish peo
ple to achieve it, and ?
"Whereas, the proclamation of an
Iiish republic at Easter, 1916, and the
supreme courage and the glorious
sacrifices of the men who gave their
lives to maintain it have ruled the
people of Ireland under the flag of
the Irish republic, we, the delegated
representatives of the Irish in con congress
gress congress assembled, declare the follow following
ing following to be the constitution of the Sinn
Gaiter, Jan. 9. Mrs. E. L. Redding
and two daughters, Thelma and Bes Bessie,
sie, Bessie, and Misses Abbie and Atta Stokes
made a pleasure trip to Holder and
Dunnellon Wednesday, afternoon.
, Mr. and Mrs. George O. Turner and
family attended the cane gringing at
the) home of Mr. Ted Gillis last Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night:
Mr, and Mrs. C. P. DeBusk return returned
ed returned to their home in Ozello Saturday.
Miss Abbie Stokes and Mr. Frank
Ross took "a pleasure trip to Ocala
The Pine Level school opened again
Monday morning, Jan. 6th.
Mr. Frank Ross made a business
trip "to Dunnellon Saturday.
Mr., Wallace Canova and Mr. Glyn Glyn-don
don Glyn-don Hall have been visiting friends in
Gaiter the past week.
Mr. Geo. O. Turner made a busi business
ness business trip to Dunnellon Monday.
Mr. Holder Stokes of Gaiter made
a business trip to Ocala Friday.
Mr. J. T. Ross made a business trip
to Dunnellon Monday.
Mr. Monroe Sauls is killing hogs
NITRATE OF SODA
Editor Star: I wish to announce to
the farmers of Marion county that
they can obtain- nitrate of soda for
their crops by applying at this office
and complying with the rules and
regulations laid down by the depart
ment of agriculture. The price is $81
per ton f. o. b. port and very likely it
will be from Jacksonville.
Applications for the nitrate must
be made -before January 25th.
Emergency Demonstration Agent.
Watch the StyleHat Shop display
windows for the early spring Eats. 6t
For expert piano tuner phone 427.
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W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Sorgecn, specialist Eye Ear, Nose and
Threat, Law Library Building, Ocala,
House Committee Wants to Reduce
Force to Less Than
Washington, Jan. 10. A temporary
naval force" of 225,000 enlisted men
for the year beginning next July was
decided on today by the House naval
sub-committee, in beginning work on
the appropriation bill. This is 25,000
less than the number recommended by
ULTIMATUM TO THE OTTOMANS
Allies Will Destroy the Dardanelles
.Forts Unksa Medina is
London, Jan. 10 The Entente pow powers
ers powers liave notified Turkey that unless
the Turkish force at Medina lays down
its arms immediately, theorts at the
Dardanelles will be" destroyed.
Turks have shown an unwillingness
to surrender in accordance with the
armistice terms, but all the garrisons
except that at Medina, which is the
largest in Arabia, laid down their
arms through peaceful persuasion.
Fakhri Pasha, the commander at
Medina, offered one excuse, after an another
other another until the Allies were forced to
send an ultimatum to the Turkish
OF BIR. GEORGE
The remains of Mr. Barnett George,
who passed away at his home at Mor Mor-riston
riston Mor-riston yesterday morning were laid
to rest in the pretty cemetery, at old
Pleasant Hill near the Mrnon and
Levy county line at 4:30 yesterday
afternoon. The funeral was largely
attended, people cqming from long
distances to pay their last respects to
their departed friend. Jordan & Co.
of this city,, had charge of the ar arrangements.
rangements. arrangements. ANNOUNCEMENT
Resuming of Practice
After having been in the army for
eighteen months-in .Ihc.rexvice tf. my
country, I announce the resuming of
my practice in Ocala.
At present' can be found : at all
times, -night or day, in the Ocala
House, where I shall have my home
and office, and where I shall be pleas pleased
ed pleased to serve my old patrons and friends
as before. Sincerely,
10-6t Dr. F. E. McClane.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
Seaboard Air Line, Ncr&beund
No. 4: Arrives 1:41 p. m. Departs
1:56 "p. m.
No. 16 (Limited): Arrives and de de-departs
departs de-departs at 4:07 p.m.
No. 2: Arrives 2:50 a. m. Departs
2:55 a. m.
Seaboard Air One, Scstibcsnd
No. 3: Arrives 3:06 p. m. Departs
No.' 15 (Limited) : Arrives and de departs
parts departs 5:10 p. m.
No. 1: Arrives 2:45 a. m. Departs
2:50 a. m. t
Atlantic Coast Line (Zl&ia line)
No. 10: Arrives and departs 6:42 a.
m. ; :
i No. 40: Arrives 2 p.m. Departs
2:20 p. m.
No. 38: Arrives and departs 3:27
Atlantic Coast Line (M&ia line)
37: Arrives and departs 3:16
No. 39: Arrives and departs 3:35
No, 9: Arrives and departs 10:13
Atlantic Coast Line Branches. Ccuth-
No. 151 (Sunny Jim) : For Wilcox,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
leaves 7:10 a. m.
No. 35 (Sunny Jim): For Lakeland,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
leaves 7:40 a. m.
No. 141 r Dairy except Sunday, ar arrives
rives arrives 11:50 a. m. from Wilcox.
No. 49: For Homosassa, leaves 3:25
Atlantic Coast LIns Branches, North -bcund
No. 48: From Homosassa.: Arrives
1:53 p. m.
No. 150 (Sunny Jim): From Wil
cox, Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
arrives 6:4o p. xn.
No. 32 (Sunny Jim): From Lake
land, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, arrives 10:43 p. m.
No. 140: Daily except Sunday,
No. 71 (southbound): Arrives 1 pxi.
No. 72: (northbound): Leares 3:30
leaves 4:45 p. m for Wilcox. -:OILNGE
.-Pineapple variety of citrus, cnly,
budded on sour stocks. Not less than
one hundred sold. P. H.. Nugent, tf
For the best laxative, take. RexaR
Liver Salts. Gerig's Drug Store. 3-tf
Catts Keeps Son-in-Law Paderick in
Office as Tax Collector fr
Tallahassee, Jan. 10 J. W. East of
Duval, must resort to the courts or
wait for the action of the senate if
he hopes to collect any taxes in Du Duval
val Duval county, for Gov. Catts has refused
to give him a commission. After Mr.
Rast's bond had been approved by
the Ducal county commissioners and
State Comptroller Amos, it was pre presented
sented presented to Gov. Catts by Secretary of
State Crawford, but Gov. Catts refus refused
ed refused to give Mr. Rast a commission. In
the meanwhile Tax Collector Paderick
is on the job.
This case developed an unusual sit situation
uation situation in many respects. In the first
place the auditor's report that Mr.
Rast was short approximately $140, $140,-000
000 $140,-000 staggered the people, who believ believed
ed believed him to be the soul of honesty. The
second unusual feature of the case
was the resignation of Mr. Rast just
prior to the, general election and his
overwhelming election in the face of
the auditor's report and the grand
Attorney-General Swearingen gave
an opinion that under the law there
was no vacancy to be filled and that
the election was without effect.
When Rast's suspension was pre presented
sented presented to the Florida senate it did the
unprecedented thing of withholding
its decision until the regular session,
which action, some lawyers contend,
automatically reinstates Mr. Rast.
While Gov. Catts refuses to discuss
the question further than to say he
will not issue the commission, it is
known here that he feels like, the mat
ter can only be settled by the courts
or by the senate. Perhaps it will need
both to untangle the situation.
Just what will be the next step by
Mr. Rast is not known. Some are of
the opinion that it would be to seek
a writ of mandamus from the su supreme
preme supreme court ordering the governor to
issue Rast a commission, while others
contend that the court cannot compel
the governor to act in a matter of this
Another way in which the case
could be gotten into the courts is to
institute'proceedings to oust Mr. Pad Paderick.
erick. Paderick. from, the : office.- if. the latter
should be done it would : have ti- ro
through the lower courts and then to
the supreme court, where possibly it
could not be heard for many months
on account of the congested docket.
In the meanwhile the senate would
have, convened and acted on the sus
pension, which would end the case.
By virtue of Its automatic action
the heart Is safeguarded against vari various
ous various disturbances to which other parts
of man's anatomy are subject. At all
events. It should be a great matter of
consolation to healers, opathists,
thoughtlsts, .nature fakers and doctors
as well that the excellent and normal
automatic action of the heart muscle
after all Is not disturbed la disease
or In health by moet of the heart
tonics, cardiac stimulants and other
medicines Jevelcd with misdirected en-
ergy at the heart. It should indeed be
a great consolailon, because few cf
them ever reach the heart. Exchange
Tey Dog Answers Call.
A toy dog which, at the word f
command,, will rush from Its kennel
it one of the Ingenious products of
those whose business it li to please
the children. A microphone is placed
Inside the kenneL A sharp noise
causes it to Tibrat and coma In res restart
tart restart with a piece cf metxL This
doses an electrical circuit, equipped
with ft small battery and connected
with an electro-magnet. The pull cf
the latter on its armature releases the
catch of th spring and out pops the
Little Meteoric Matter flow.
; In the early days of Its history the
earth grew rapidly by the addition of
meteoric matter. It is still growing la
the sama, manner, though scarcely to
an appreciable extent, for tht masses
of meteoric matter ndded yearly la
reckoned to be only 20.000 tons. In
the course of ages the larger planets
have swept up practically all the frag fragments
ments fragments of the original disruption, and
the only available source of supply of
meteoric matter seems to be that
brought. by comets.
Good to WhlstJa or Sins.
Of course the fellow who whistles
sit his work is likely to annoy some someone
one someone near him who is nervous and Irri Irritable,
table, Irritable, but the whistling Is a good omen.
Singing awakens the emotions, and
whether ft man can carry a' tune or
not, something bre-hi loose Inside him
something gives way and permits
him to enter more heartily Into aay
service or celebration, provided he, too,
can lift his voice with the others.
The Style Hat Shop has on display
hats for early spring wear. l-t
A complete line cf Crane's and
llontag's fancy staionery always on
hand at the Court Pharmacy. C-tf
Eexall Cold Tablets will break .up
any cold, and may prevent "flu." j
cents the box at Gejig's Drugstore, tf
To the Tourists Who at this Season
Come to the State in Tens
Fort Lauderdale, Jan. 9.
Editor Star: After a series cf in intermittent
termittent intermittent weather, Monday morr.:r.j
the sun gleamed forth clear and
crisp and spicy as one could wish for.
The old ocean settled down to a long-,
deep, growly roar that could be heard
for many miles inland and content contentment
ment contentment dwelled once more in the hearts
of the truck growers of Broward
county and residents of Fort Lauder Lauderdale,
dale, Lauderdale, for the frost king had passed
them "by without doing any percep perceptible
tible perceptible harm. Hundreds of people from
everywhere took advantage cf the
sunbeams and spent the day in the
open.. The Fort Lauderdale public
school being without furnaces, a holi holiday"
day" holiday" was given, and four or five hun hundred
dred hundred pupi!a of th. institution did ever evermore
more evermore enjoy the day. In Miami the
"Yankees" were out Ijy the thousands.
In the afternoon the streets were al almost
most almost impassable a seething mas 3 cf
humanity, moving in every possible
. It is a sight worth traveling many
miles to sea, and the fact that
per cent of those -people ccme south
in autoes give3 much food for thought,
especially for the interior population
of our state to dwell, upon. Those
people are in Florida to be entertain entertained.
ed. entertained. They are here to see all that
there is to see. Time and money are
of no consequence to the majority of
them, so why' should not old Marion
have her share? I have chatted with
a great number of the visitors, and
many cf them seem to be possessed
cf the idea -that Miami or South Flor
ida holds all that is worth while in
the state. They know nothing, or
vaguely at best, cf the middle section
of the state. They know nothing cf
the beautiful lake and hill regions of
our fair state and have never heard
of Silver Springs.
Along the entire Dixie Highway I
don't believe there is a single poster
to give a hint that Florida "has a
heart" amid the green hills cf Mar Marion.
ion. Marion. Until our section advertises, cr
O k i i
hope for tetter resul
. Fcrt Lauderdale is wide-awake and
is growing like a mushroom, and sub substantially.
stantially. substantially. Three miles inland from
the ocean beach, two three-story con concrete
crete concrete apartment houses have just
been completed. Just a block across
frcp the Biclell avenue on the Dixie
Highway, which passes thrcuh the
heart of the city, a $150,000 hotel is
nearing .completion. Many cf the
resident population are moving into
more condensed quarters to make
room for the visitors that are crowd crowding
ing crowding to the city's gates, and we find
the same conditions existing in al almost
most almost every, city within this lower sec section
tion section of the state. Good roads lead in
every direction for miles and miles,
connecting seacoast and glades. These
reads are made with a foundation that
will resist the sifting of our coarse
Florida sands, and are as perfect as
down-to-the-minute engineering can
Fort Lauderdale' has the best of
electric light service, also telephone.
At the moving picture house, the pic pictures
tures pictures move without a flicker and are
clear and. good. Besides two hotqls,
two drugstores,. a number cf mercan mercantile
tile mercantile houses and any number cf mar markets,
kets, markets, this little city has eight church
organizations. Perhaps the later is
responsible for. the lack of the hypo hypocritical
critical hypocritical spirit sn conspicuous in tome
other cities not much larger, yet old
enough to know better. Peace and
unity seem to predominate amcrg the
A fw days ago the honorable may mayor
or mayor issued a proclamation in which he
suggested the naming of the individu individual
al individual resident bungalows, and at the'
same time demanded the clearing up
cf all vacant lots in the city limits.
Hi3 mandate are being respected .with
a promptness that is little short cf
marvelous to one from a city where
"great objects move slowly.'. Among
the pretty names being selected for
the hur.dredj of bungalows are,
"Ocallea, which is the Indian -meaning
for "my home," "Just a- Mere
Place," "The Atom," and innumerable
other catchy ones. One of he state's
most popular editors-is seriously, con contemplating
templating contemplating naming his home "Think "Think-anGab.
anGab. "Think-anGab. Flowing into the ocean is New riv river.
er. river. Thi3 stream flows through the
heart cf this little city and is the con connecting
necting connecting link of the big canal with the
upper glades and Lake Okeechobee.
Its waters are dark and deep and a
pretty Indian legend says tijat the
river appeared in the night, not, how however,
ever, however, in answer to the prayers cf a
"Narkita," as did cur own beautiful
and romantic Silver Springs. The
river docks are not far from Erickell
avenue, and here great barges and
freight boats are at all hours unload unloading
ing unloading and loading, ton upon ten of the
trucking staples from the glades,
some of which-ia shipped by train to
the. northern market.-, while some
goes by cccan cxp res 3 direct.. Corn Corn-mission
mission Corn-mission men are ia evidence always,
and seem tis -alert as hungry Kiinsas
rabbits fcr the chcicc-t cf the mar mar-Let
Let mar-Let prr!-ct3. Thourands cf dollars
change hands daily, and from all I
can observe the dear old eagle -docs
So Far llzs t!.- I
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the Associated Prt.
j j tviat 200 r-
Jan. 9. (By the A
control cf that i
city cf Berlin frcr
gate to the Fricdr::
issued an order p:
cessions. The go ..
turcd police head.:...
been one cf the
The government 1:
its troops would hsv
to kill "without war.:
tacans to begin,
failed to summon r,
their supporters :.::
' won set:;::
Berlin, Jan. TLu..
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cn the plir.t.i cf
the Vcssischc Zeit Zeit-in
in Zeit-in the hr.r.ds cf 1'
been re:rr cr.
quarters is ttill :n
board cf tr;.J i 1.
board's rocm at
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pedestal cn th ;
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Dr. Alfred J. ileel:;
Jo?eph Bell, V. I.
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Or OCALA, FLA.
IU R. Carroll, President -!.
V. i.exenzej:l, Secretary -Treaaarer
Ilrf-rt J at OcaU, Fla., ostof3c a
i.- onl-ch: matter.
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will be roady for mounting:.
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- According to the reports 1 of Geu
Hai&r,' commander' of the' British array,
the Americans we're '.the "first to break
the IIxn.denbu.rg line. y.?; ;;A;:A;;
'A canning' factory site will be
limong the -matters "to be considered
at the board of trade meeting tonight.
Wq .are all interested ,in it.. y :'
ri').2 lAhrni Herald suggests that
the ; should support the Chil--er.V.
Homo at Jacksonville. God
A. At '. VirZLjt the state have any-
!.,;:;; WOo vita it. y
K thy business men of Ocala were
;.s sranky as the members of the
Woman's CluU, ve would have. a live
toard of trade. Nobody has noticed
th': Yomsn's Club hibernating be be-;u;"3
;u;"3 be-;u;"3 cf the war.
Gov. CAts has refused to issue Tax
Collector East cf Duval county hi3
commission and keeps son-in-law
P&derick in the position. Develop Develop-::.:ity.
::.:ity. Develop-::.:ity. in the East case makes it look
vcr? ;;nd more every day like a put
,e bw-havfor of that bunch of suffs
1 urn ViI?on3 speeches and do
:r stunts .in the vicinity of the
i House reminds us of the rite
I "ghost-dancing" by. the 'Indians
Indians are terribly in earnest
t jxhost 'dancing,.':but ,there is T no
: in it, and they haven't sense
-h to know their lack of sense.
xz:.z-ix.z neutral. Shouldn't h-jt tur tur-pri'ed
pri'ed tur-pri'ed if Clemenccau knew a whole
lot more about world politics than the
i p. ?
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At the recent state fair in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Z. C. Chambliss of Ocala,
sold a beef steer for 50 cents per
pound. ; The animal weighed 120
pounds and the, price paid by Armour
& Co. was $6C0. More than it was
worth for beef under usual condi conditions,
tions, conditions, but, one of the big hotels in
Jacksonville bought it at an advanced
price to serve to its guests. The real
point in the case is that good blood
and good care will produce the same
kind of animal in Florida that it will
in Iowa or Illinois. N B. There are
no ticks on 3Ir. Chambliss' farm
De Funiak Breeze. A
That Chambliss farm steer has ob obtained
tained obtained for this section more favorable
advertising than anything else on
four legs ever raised in Marion coun coun-ty.
ty. coun-ty. ':-:.;-: v V-:: -y -.
There is a particular reason why
every business man should. attend the
board of trade meeting this evening.
The war is over and Ocala is shaking
off the torpor which has bound al almost
most almost every small city in America for
sixteen months. There is a. great
deal to do for the town and the coun county
ty county and it is full time to be about it.
Nothing can do as much to advance
the interests of the town as a live,
aggressive board of trade, and it will
be our own fault if we do not have
The federal government is novv con considering
sidering considering large appropriations build
good roads throughout the United
States. ., Undoubtedly large sums of
government money will be spent on
trunk lines. AThis is a very appropri appropriate
ate appropriate time to think of good roads in
Marion county and to plan to ask
for some of these government built
roads. ; Tonight there will be an an annual
nual annual meeting of the board of trade
and it ; will be well to' have a good
strong ; organization at this time of
We never realized what old King
David meant by 4in the depths! until
we learned that the deepest valley in
the world is in Palestine and is 1800
feet below sea level! Tampa Tri Tribune.
Huh! If you put that valley along alongside,
side, alongside, of the Grand Canyon of the
Colorado, it" would look like a moun mountain.
tain. mountain. ....
Jtr.r is. informed, that it is the
ntionof tiie board .of ..'state insti
"?r. : to .buya truck instead of an
f c r the i ndustrial school here.
school:' doesn't' meed a .. truck- it
lz an auto, and it wants an auto,
ire want to to have
are trying to keep
7 a leading place
t only hopeless-
wreck Am Am-ant
ant Am-ant to have
s that so so-'s
's so-'s as well
twist a lit lit-ae
ae lit-ae referred
I probably see
I the United
ortant that we
I board of trade
ler to offer the
, inducements or
Ocala a main line
I of trade have the
, mr people. Attend
i ade meeting tonight
3 for another year.
Ane difference between tne
, ,,i if I ed to '' starve England
marine warfare, and the al al-...iighly
...iighly al-...iighly paid marine workmen of
xcrk harbor who are trying to
i their wages up still higher by
ilnz supplies from ; the people
. their own city and interrupting
pplles for our soldiers in Europe?
iere ;,-is"tenct 'mucb.':" 'difference, but
iat-there is, is to the advantage of
yilunsA-"' : .;'; : y -y ;':. y
Governor Catts' has.' ordered a spec spec-!
! spec-! election in Flagler and Wakulla
unties February 4 at which repre repre-ntatives'':
ntatives'': repre-ntatives'': for'':" the two counties will
elected,. to succeed I. I. Moody and
irbert S. Moore," deceased, who were
cted at the general lection in 1918.
e ;e two useful and : popular men
d from, influenza' contracted at the
' i and unpopular special session
A k-uMiire. ''
A Timr-s-Uniori insists that Clem Clem-declaration,
declaration, Clem-declaration, that if America,
A Frcnce and Italy, had been
T i e, tl ere would -have been no'
, uitru 2. Th Times-Union is
it- for," tful of t'be-'history it has
d ? .crd." Ohe of the reasons
v.Ai -ans rtartcd the war
VJIiqto Most Sickness Begins
. end Ends
, J3Y FRANIO.IN DUANE, 13. D.
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It can be said broadly that most human
Hb begin in the stomach arid end in the
ctornach. Good digestion means good
health, and poor digestion means bad
health. The minute your stomach faib to
properly dispose of the food you eat
troubles begin to crop out in various forms.
Indigestion and dyspepsia are the com commonest
monest commonest forms, but thin, impure blood,
headaches, backaches, pimples, blotches,
dizziness, belching, coated tongue, weak weakness,
ness, weakness, poor appetite, sleeplessness, cough3,
colds and bronchitis are almost as common.
TLero is but one way to have good health,
and that is to put and keep your stomach
in good order. This is easy to do if you
take : Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis Discovery.
covery. Discovery. It is a wonderful tonic and blood
purifier, and is so safe to take, for it 13
made of roots and herbs. Dr. Pierce;1 of
Buffalo, N. Y., stands behind this standard
medicine, and it is good to know that so
distinguished a physician is proud to have
hi3 name identified with it. When you
take Golden Medical Discovery, you are
getting the benefit of the experience of a
doctor whose reputation goes air around
the earth. Still more, you get a temper-
ance medicine mat. contains not a crop oi
aiconoi or narcotic oi any Kina. juong ago
Dr. Pierce combined certain valuable
vegetable ingredients -without the use of
alcohol- so that, these remedies always
have been strictly temperance medicines.
H piles are torturing you, get and use
Pierce's Anodyne Pile Ointment. The
quick relief it gives is hard to believe until
you try it. If constipated. Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellet3 should be taken while
using Anodyne Pile Ointment. Few in indeed
deed indeed are the cases which these splendid
remedies will not relieve and usually over overcome.
come. overcome. They are so good that nearly
very arug store nas tiiera tor sale.
EDITOR ISABEL STUART MAYS
Center Hill, Fla.
"We shall fight for the things
which we have always carried nearest
our heart for democracy, for the
right of those who submit to author authority
ity authority to have a voice in their own gov government,"
ernment," government," Woodrow Wilson.
; A fresh supply of Norris' famous
PEANUT BRITTLE just received at
the Court Pharmacy. You ; know
there's none better made. 6-tf
At the present time organizations
representing 27,000 of Florida's
brainiest, most patriotic and pro progressive
gressive progressive women are asking for a voice
in the government which they obey.
The Florida Equal Suffrage Asso Association
ciation Association and the. Equal Suffrage War
Workers, are in session this evening
at Orlando. Dr. Anna Howard Shaw,
chairman of the woman's committee
of the Council of National Defense,
and honorary president of the Na National
tional National American Woman's Suffrage
Association, is the main speaker. Mrs.
Edgar Lewis, president of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Federation of Woman's Clubs,
Mrs. W. S. Jennings, Mrs. John T.
Fuller and others will also speak.
The Florida Educational Associa Association
tion Association assembled at Gainesvilje last
week, passed the following resolution
without a dissenting vote:
"Whereas, the women of America
and of the Allied nations have taken
an important and heroic part in win winning
ning winning the world war; and,
"Whereas, our Allies are rewarding
the patriotism of their women by con conferring
ferring conferring upon them 'the privilege of
equal suffrage; A
. "Resolved, That the Florida Educa Educational
tional Educational Association assembled at
Gainesville this 1st day of January,
1919, hereby respectfully asks the
Florida s state legislature, at its next
regular session, to grant to the wom women
en women of ; this state the privilege of vot voting
ing voting in the white democratic 1 primary
Boy, page the Times-Union and the
Tampa Tribune., They do' not seem to
have been present when this resolu resolution
tion resolution was passed. At any rate no men mention
tion mention of it was made in their accounts
of the meeting.
Great' Britain added about six mil million
lion million to her voting strength the past
year when the women were enfran.
chised. The house of commons adopt adopted
ed adopted a resolution, Oct. 23, in favor of
women sitting in parliament, the vote
being 274 to 25. At. the recent elec elections
tions elections one woman was elected to par parliament."
liament." parliament." 'A. A. A,-
-' '. A" '':'. '"'"
Nova Adolphus, try to understand
this. .The lively ladies who have
been in the torch light before the
White House are a few fanatics who
belong to the new so-called woman's
party. They are not the representa representative
tive representative suffragists of our country are,
in fact, quite different' from the Na National
tional National American Woman's Suffrage
Association people, who have fought
for the last forty years for the edu education
cation education and general welfare of women
and children, and have never used
militant or unconstitutional methods.
The leaders of this last named or organization
ganization organization are Dr. Anna Howard
Shaw, Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt,
Mrs. McAdoo, Mrs. Antoinette Funk,
all of whom the government called on
to mobilize the woman power of Am
erica to help win the war.
AAA ; -.
In this, the initial editorial of the
equal suffrage department, we feel
that it is appropriate to make some
explanations and acknowledgements.
The suffragists of this state have
long felt that the cause needed some
live "newspaper that wouldy open : its
columns to earnest, fair-minded dis discussion
cussion discussion of this most important sub subject.
ject. subject. The Ocala Star has come to our
assistance, the first Florida paper to
be so liberal. We hope that the suf suffragists
fragists suffragists throughout the state will
send in their communications, and we
Vidll be glad to take part in courteous
debate with those who hold different
views on the question.
We hope to develop a' more intelli intelligent
gent intelligent interest in suffrage among peo people
ple people generally by short concise ar articles
ticles articles in which facts will not be
camouflaged or distorted. We. also
expect to take issue with some of the
papers of the state for their unjust,
mogicai tiraaes agamst tne cause,
and to -see that the popguns of the
paragraphers don't do too much dam damage
age damage to the thoughtless and uninform
ed. So, big brothers, watch your step.
We feel that the thanks of all suf
fragists and lovers of fair play are
due to the Ocala Star for opening its
columns to the cause. We know that
the Star isn't a very ardent suffraget,
l i Zi. X. 1 IVs. a
uui, lb luia me true sporting instinct
that loves a good scrap in the open
with no scrapper handicapped by un
toward circumstances. 1
lie I rurai
"the doctor says
one must give
up the dearly
loved cup of
is the pure
core a! drink
byi Lix,Au Li
Carnations at the
We are now thoroughly equip- J
ped for giving service to users
of DODGE CARS. A full I
line of parts and accessories i
on hand. Competent mechan-
ics are always at the service.
of our patrions. A J
garage ri. mm ST.
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pOT MAD2 BY TRJ-I
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The, value of baking
powder is based on its
leavening streiigth. You can't judge it
by the size of the can or by the
amount you get for your money. You
must estimate it by the am'qunt of
baking powder used in each baking
and the results you get.
n '"" n
rt,m i j
is the greatest value
offered in Baking Powder-
greater raising "force" it goes further
than most of the other brands. You
use only a rounded or heaping tea tea-spoonful
spoonful tea-spoonful where others call for two
teaspoonfuls or more.
But .-Baking Powder is not
aff you save when using Calumet. You
save baking materials. Calumet never
fails. The last level teaspoonful is as
powerful as the first. Calumet is per perfectly
fectly perfectly manufactured keeps perfectly
and is moderate in price.
. You savG whom you
You savo oEyon you uco
it on a
if you are
One trial will satisfy you of
these facts and demonstrate beyond
doubt that "Calumet spells economy."
Your grocer sells
guarantee of- money back
not pleased with results.
Calumet contains only
ingredients as have been approved
officially by the U. S. Food Authorities.
Made in largest, finest, most sanitary
baking powder factory in the world.
r-nfir-nro o UAL i tv
Don't wait to make your selection
o fa beautiful spring hat. Do it now
while you can get one of those chic
Palm Beaches in any shade or color.
8-4t MINNIE A. BOSTTCK, Milliner.
This is the time of year to bright-1
en up your premises. We are in posi position
tion position to give you attractive figures
for interior and exterior decorations,
tf SWAIM SIGN SYSTEM.
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We dispense none but
pure drugs in our pre prescription
scription prescription work. Ask
Quality and Prcapl Service
WHITE STAR LINE
TRANSFER W STORAGE
Notice is hereby given that the an-!
nual stockholders meeting of the Mar-
ion Hardware Company will be held
at the office of the company in Ocala,
Florida, on the second Tuesday in
January, 1919, being the 14th day of
the month, at 7 o'clock p. m.
J. M. Thomas,
12-27-fri Secretary and Treasurer.
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.
&ead.ihe 'Star T?
" funeFal Bircetors jind"Emb2lmers
MJT HEARSE SERVICE
Ve deliver caskets free anywhere in the county.
Calispromptly answered night or day.
UILBUR C. SFJITO SMI EL PYLES, JR.
Day Phone 10 Night Phones 225 and 423
Kf OTICE TCI THE PUBLIC
On account o! the increased cost of man man-utaeturing,
utaeturing, man-utaeturing, beg to advise that we are malting
cur price for ice 50c per 100 for retail and 40c.
per 100 for the wholesale, beginning January
1, 1919. Yours respectfully,
dDCALA ICE :
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THE BEST MAKE OF AUTO TIRES
Is the kind we sell. Our tires havt
a reputation for service. We are pre prepared
pared prepared to supply you with either
smooth or non-skid tread3 in all the
standard sizes. Youll be wise to take
an extra tire or two along: on your
next trip. They may be needed and
if so you'll congratulate yourself on
107 Oklawaha Avenue
S'E EE ED S 2
We are now ready to, offer BEAN SEED,
Wadxvell and Davis Kidney Wax perbu. $15.
Valenfimc and other green beans pr bu. $14.
Alsohave Fresh Peas, Water Melon,7 Canta-,
loivpe, Cucumber and other seeds.
; OCiLLA SEED STORE
: i IMUS ATT MP IPOILJE-Trn
We1 are prepared to furnish you on short notice everything invthe
line of meats.
P0?J CHOPS 30c ROUND STEAK 25c LOIN STEAK 25c
STEW F.IEAT i5c PORK SAUSAGE 20c PORK STEW 25c
. APPAlACniCOLA OYSTERS 7Cc
All Kinds of Fruit
: MEW -YteK EflAEKEt-.'
J Nik Sakiotis & Co., Proprietors t .West Broadway
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OCALA SOCIAL A FFAIBS
If You Have" Any Items for this De
partment, Please Phone to Five
Double-One or Two-Seven
HW. WIFJPgOM: MOTEL
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.
Eastern Star Installation
At a regular V meeting, of Ocala
Chapter No; 20. O. T. S., last night,
the officers for 1919 were installed.
At this meeting, by direction of the
worthy matron, Mrs. Alice Yonce, the
past matrons present, who were Mrs.
Mary Yonge, Mrs. Emma Burnett,
Mrs. Emily Webb and- Mrs. Susan
Cook, also the past patrons present,
fir. Jake Brown, Mr. C. E. Simmons,
Mr. IL E. Yonge and Mr. A. E. Burr
nett, were introduced by the conduct
ress, Mrs. Lillian Simmons, and each
given a white carnation and fern by
the associate conductress, Mrs. Rosa Rosalie
lie Rosalie Condon.
The new officers were installed by
the retiring matron, Mrs. Alice Yonce,
ably assisted by Miss Julia Webb as
marshal, Mrs. Hattie Webb as chap chaplain
lain chaplain and Dr. Karl Weihe, organist.
The beautiful installation ceremony
was put on in a splendid manner
without the aid of .book or notes. The
following are the officers for 1919:
Worthy matron, Mrs. Isabelle Wes
son; worthy patron, Mr. Chas. E.
Simmons; associate matron, Mrs. Lil Lillian
lian Lillian Simmons; secretary, Mrs. Susan
Cook; treasurer, Mrs. Mary Yonge;
conductress, Mrs. Rosalie Condon;
associate conductress. Mrs.- Julie
Weihe; chaplain, Mrs. Hattie Webb;
marshal, Mrs. Julia Norris; "organist,
Mrs. Erin Lucas; Adah, Mis3 Anna Anna-belle
belle Anna-belle Wesson; Ruth, Mrs., Carrie Rit
chie; Esther, Miss Julia Webb; Mar Martha,
tha, Martha, Mrs. Carolyn DeCamp; Electa,
Mrs. Ella Bouvier; sentinel, Mr. Les
After installation, Mr. Lester Lu
cas, in behalf of the chapter, present
ed the retiring matron, Mrs. Alice
Yonce, with a handsome past mat matron's
ron's matron's jewel. Mrs. Yonce received nu numerous
merous numerous other gifts and flowers from
her officers. Mr. Jake Brown spoke
in behalf of the chapter words of en
couragement and praise of the splen splendid
did splendid year's work done under the lead
ership of Mrs. Yonce.
After the close of the chapter, de
licious refreshments, consisting of
salad, sandwiches, cake and coffee
were served by the committee com composed,
posed, composed, of Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Mrs.
Susan Cook, Mrs. Erin Lucas, Mrs.
Isabelle Wesson and Mrs. Carrie Rit
chie. During the evening -Mr. Lucas
delighted those "present with several
songs, singing in his usual fine man
ner, being accompanied on" the piano
by Mrs. Lucas.
This meeting was a splendid suc
cess and enjoyed by all who at
Miss Sarah Ferguson of Ocala and
Misses Mildred C. McGuire and Eliza
beth Bulgen of Franklin, N. C, were
the guests of Miss Ruby Lucille Ricks
for the past week. Miss Ricks and
her guests after a pleasant stay in
the University City left with an auto
mobile party for Fort Myers and Sar Sarasota
asota Sarasota via Ocala and Orlando. Other
guests of Miss Ricks while she was
here from Sarasota, where she is a
teacher in the high school, .visiting
her. mother, were Miss Maggie Stal-
vay, Miss Grinsted and Miss Gertrude
Sapp, all of Bell.- Gainesville Sun.
The friends of Mrs. L. H. Pillans
will rejoice with ner in knowing that
tier sister Mrs. J.! M. Johnson, for
merly Mrs. Beck of this county, who
has been ill at a hospital in Fayette-
ville, N. C, where she is making her
home, is now improving.
Miss Cecile Hadsock of York, Mrs.
M. F. RehT and Miss Florence Reiff
of Martin and Mrs. Stevens of Fort
McCoy were among the out of town
visitors transacting business in the
The party to be given by Mrs., John
Taylor tomorrow afternoon, compli complimenting
menting complimenting Miss Anna McDowell, a pop
ular bride-elect, will be given at the
home of Mrs. Taylor's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. S. Scott.
J. J. Shealy, the young soldier who
distinguished himself for the best
marksmanship of his regiment, is
now in I New York and will shortly
come to Ocala on a visit to his aunt,
Mrs. Ed Carmichael.
Mr. and Mrs. Stafford of Denver,
recently arrived from Tampa, are
stopping at the Wayne hotel. ?
We are pleased to report Mrs. E. H.
Martin greatly improved, and having
had the pleasure of communicating
with her this morning by phone, we
earn she will return to her home to-
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grotvn ops as ivell
Hecker's Self Rising Buckwheat
Flour. Hecker's Old Homestead
f Pancake' Flour, Roxane Whole
; Wheat Self Rising Pancake Flour,
Ballard's Pancake Flour, Bal Ballard's
lard's Ballard's Self Rising Buckwheat
Flour, ; Purina Whole Wheat
! Flour, "Roxane Graham Flour,
Saxon Granulated Wheat Food,
Whole Wheat and Graham Flour
in bulk, Purina Brand Zos, Bal Ballard's
lard's Ballard's Edible Bran, Kellogg's
Cooked Bran, Puffed Rice, Shred Shredded
ded Shredded Wheat Biscuit. Cream of
Wheat, Armour's Rolled Oats,
Quaker Rolled Oats, Quaker Old
Fashioned Oat Meal, Hecker's
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day, accompanied by her little sen, H
IL, Martin Jr. Mrs, Martin tells us
she is feeling splendidly and her
friends rejoice with her in her recov
Notice to Club Members
The regular business meeting of
the Woman's Club will be held Satur
day afternoon at 3 o'clock, preceded
by the board meeting at 2:30. A good
attendance is desired at this meeting
as all committees and officers will
make their reports, followed by a
short discussion of same. It is re
quested that members come prepared
to pay their dues for the year.
Mrs. George Taylor,
Mrs. Dudley Spain, after a pleas
ant visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. R. Whaley and sister. Miss
Olive Whaley, left this afternoon for
her home in Columbus, Ga.
Mrs. Annie Martin of Lake Weir
is with her daughter, Mrs. D. S.
Woodrow at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. T. M. Moore for the remainder
of the winter.
After a pleasant visit in this city
with Mr. Marsh's relatives, Mrs. R.
L. Marsh has gone to Tampa, where
she is the guest of Mrs. W. IL Sym Sym-mes.
Miss Hoyt Martin, who is spending
the winter at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. L. H. Pillans, while attending
school here, will spend this week-end
with her parents at Moss Bluff.
Mrs. Robert Marsh has gone to
Zolfo for a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
D. L. Skipper and to make the ac acquaintance
quaintance acquaintance of her new grandson.
'Miss Lillian Marsh has returned to
Zolfo, where she is an instructor in
the public school this session.
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RATES. Six line maximum, on
time 25c.; three times 50c; tlx times
ilc; one month 93. Payable In adrance.
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TlieFe Blever Was a More
It is successful because it offers
fresh wanted merchandise at less than itsra
Our customers realize the importance of
and they have not been slow to -take advanc
In spite of the crowds that have attended, cl
still plenty of bargains left for all. Come cc
and Monday and get your share of the Sircrc.
for those days.
HcFe are a Few o2 Slue Leasler;
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOB
SALE, FOR RENT AND Sill Sill-ILAR
ILAR Sill-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
WANTED To exchange Ford tour touring1
ing1 touring1 for Ford roadster body. Mrs. L.
A. Gable. 10-lt
FOR SALE One light six Buick
touring: car in good condition. Call
phone 231. 8-3tl
FOR SALE Beautiful diamond ring,
platinum tiffany setting; purchased
from Tiffany's for $135. Sell for $100
cash. "Ring," care Star. 8-t
FOR SALE-One practically new
piano. Can be seen at 14 North, Tus Tus-cawilla
cawilla Tus-cawilla street. ; 8-12t" :1
LOST Monday, silver locket with
long silver chain. Locket is .engraved
"C. W. H." Suitable reward for its
return to W. W. 'Harrisa. 7-3t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping or entire furnished
house, r Apply to C. C. Bryant, 805 S.
Tuscawilla St., or phone 332. 7-3t
FOR SALE Residence and eight and
one-half acres of land in Citra, Fla.
Good fence, pear grove, peaches and
grapes on prenmes. Residence cost
over $2000 to build. For quick sale
will take $1500 for the property. Title
perfect. M. M. Little, Ocala. 7-6t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; gas range; hot
and cold water in bath room. Phone
408, or call at 115 Orange avenue. CCt
FOR SALE Two good mules for
sale cheap for cash. Apply to A. T.
Thomas, Holder block, Ocala. 4-t:
WANTED Second hand furniture of
every description, oil and gas stoves,
ice cream freezers, refrigerators,
trunks, valises, clothing, shoes, bed bedsteads,
steads, bedsteads, mattresses, bed covers, and in
fact anything you may have for
sale. I propose to repair them, and
furnish free to the King's' Daugh Daughters
ters Daughters any article they desire. J. W.
Hunter's gun shop, South Main
WANTED Rags at the Maxwell sta station.
tion. station. Must be large and well laun laundered.
dered. laundered. 9-3t
FOR RENT A 30-acre farm with
new 5-foom bungalow, barn and all
necessary out buildings; two miles
from Ocala on the Dunnellon" road.
Apply to C. P. Howell, Box 188. Phone
$14.05 and $10.
prices. U. S.
black, Superior, $5.95;
Carbons 1000 sheets
. All colors 10 extra,
ink, etc., at special
Carbon, Co, Birmirig-4-lm
FOR SALE Ford 1917 touring car
in good condition; extra equipment.
Nathan Mayo, Sumnxerfield Fla. 2-tf
For Saturday and Monday, psr yard
Dress Materials, Rcqular 50c Value
For Saturday and Monday per yard ...
Consisting of Taffetas and Safins, Eerier f
perycL For Saturday andMcnilc-
WdiaJiLjj iddUiiiidllS esc yard, sale price paryar a
Tabic-linens 72 Incites, wide, a real I
at per yard. For Saturday and Men
-Yard Wide, all Colors, 50e Value
Fot Saturday and Monday, peryarcl.
For Saturday and Monday
For Saturday and Monday.
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EARLY SPRING HATS
These first-out hats now on display
will he found the most distinctive
styles of the early spring season. The
elegant line we have just received
will be found most reasonable in
MINNIE A. BOSTICK,
No. 8 f
REPORT OF THE CONDITION O
At Ocala, in the State of Florida, at the Cloca
Loans on real estate I
Loans on collateral security other than real c'
All other loans and discounts i
Overdrafts .. 1
United States bonds
Banking house, furniture and fixtures. .S
Claims and other resources
Other real estate ,..(
Due from incorporated banks
Checks and exchanges for clearing
Cash on hand
FOR SALE Improved Japanese cane
seed (50 better than the old kind).
Have 25,000 stalks ready for delivery.
Price up to 1000, $1 a hundred; $7.50
per thousand in quantities. Also
Pyles seed corn at $3.50 per busheL
Address L. D. Beck. Ocala, Fla. 4-6t
FOR SALE A handsome ten piece,
quartered oak dining room set. Ap Apply
ply Apply to C P. Howell, Box 188, phone
39M, Ocala, Fla, 4-6t
FARM FOR SALE 320 acres; 125
acres in cultivation; 3 miles east of
Citra, borders on south side of Orange
Lake; good cattle and hog range;
several buildings on the place; price,
$3000, one-third cash, balance in one
and two years. Apply to Wilson Land
& Naval Stores Co., Fort McCoy,
We do not believe it would be pos possible
sible possible for us to bottle and sell ONE
HUNDRED AND FIFTY GALLONS
of No. 101 Tonic per day if it was not
an effective treatment for influenza.
A man who works a large fore of
men came to our office several days
ago and told us he had twenty-five
men .taken with this malady in one
dav. He immediately distributed an
amply supply of No. 101 Tonic among j
them and ther was not a fatality in
The formula by which this Tonic is
made is given to the public, so it can
not be listed as a secret nostrum. It
contains Iron, which is for the blood;
Quinine, which is deadly to the infln-
enza germ, ana magnesia, wnicn
thoroughly opens the bowels. Sold
throughout the South by wholesale
and retail druggists and drug dealers.
THE G. 0. UILLIM.1S CO.
Capital stock paid in
Undivided profits (less expenses and taxes paid)
Individual deposits subject to check
Cashier's checks outstanding .. ....
Notes and bills rediscounted
OAK FIRE WOOD
Seasoned oak fire wood 16 to IS in inches
ches inches long, delivered anywhere in
Ocala. Phone 185-X. J. C Johnson,
Ocala, Fla. 6-lm
We have some bargains In box sta stationery.
tionery. stationery. Better come and look them
over. Gerig's Drug Store. 3-tf
Carnations at the Greenhouse, $2
per dozen. 9-Cfc
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION, ss.:
I, I. P. Gad son, cashier of the above named Izr'-,
that the above statement is true to the best cf my 1 :
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oaoscnoea ana sworn 10 oeiore ni correct Axtc:t:
this 4th day cf January, 1919.
Fearl E. Anderson,
. Notary Public
J. S. C
Bonolit and Ec!:l
. Wc'Pay tlie Sloliest Caclil!
Write for Prices to
: TAMPA BAG COLfr
POSTOFFICE BOX 32 Lcnj L:
. '. Tampa, Florid::,
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-.1 art in of Fort M'Cov was
i U lncj;s caller yesterday.
"Perfumizers." Ladies, ask to see
t-t rn at the Court Pharmacy. 6-tf
Mr. Lawton Smith, we regret to
say, is confined to his home by illness.
Mr. Clarence Camp returned today
from a business trip to Jacksonville."
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Received today by express a ship shipment
ment shipment of Nunnally's candies at Gerig's
Oru- Store. 3-tf ;
W. T. Strickland, son and daughter
of Cotton Plant, were business visi visitors
tors visitors to our city" Friday. :'- .:'
Lieut. Frank Harris has returned to
civil life. There being no Immediate
pre -pect of war, he has resigned and
come home, where his friends are
;:ivir:- him' a hearty welcome. f
7hile everybody is very sorry that
Mr. J. C. Howell has lost his house
: r.-l furniture by fire, Ocala people
.'.v:3 v ; that the genial Jim and his
- 1 s 1
iew spring hats are' appealing'
!y:lir rent and rival in their becoming
trirr tho variedness of nature.
MINNIE A. BOSTICK, Milliner.
Th;. many friends of popular Jack
D iv's.i are glad to see him in the city
; He is here1? for a brief visit
Hi his sister, Miss; Lunie B. Davis,
" on his way" from his home, in
Tern., to' Miami. .' .- ,.' :'
il-..nry L. Parker, one 'of Marion
county's brave soldier boys from Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Plant, was in town yesterday,
having received his discharge.' Henry
has been stationed in Arizona and
Texas and says the west is the coun country.
try. country. He didn't get to go "over there'
and is' disappointed.
'.Try '"Hall-Mark" .shaving cream.
It's 05 cents a tube, and you'll' get
more real satisfaction out of it than
you thought could be possible. The
. Court Pharmacy.';-' yl v 6-tf
A shipment of the
newest things in Spring
Hats just received.
?. :ady-to-Vears in all
1 e smartest modes.
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w j S Tweiity-nve words
or :e cn3 time 25 cents:
three tines 10 cents; six
time 75 centa. Over twenty-five
words, and under fif fifty,
ty, fifty, double abwe rate.
Tl ;5 rate is for consecutive
insertions. Special rate by
tht month. Try them out.
O. B. Kovrse of Ceala vas in ths
city yesterday. Mr. Howes came to
testify in criminal court in a case
wherein a Buick touring .ear was
stolen from' him in Ocala in the early
part of August and later returned by
fa party who said he had bought it
from another party. Mr. Howse has
a host of friends in Tampa who are
always glad to greet him. Tampa
Watch the Style Hat Shop display
windows for the early spring hats. 6t
War pictures will be the vogue for
years to come, and you will seldom
see a better war picture than "Till I
Come Back. to; You," --at the Temple
last night. It was more chivalry, love
and devotion than fighting, but if. they
ever put real war into a picture it will
be too horrid to look at. Tonight
Madge Evans and Jack Drumiervwill
appear in "The Love Net," and the
crowd will be jollied by Mutt and Jeff.
Mr. Home Merchant; if the mail
order man is getting a ig slice of the
business in your territory it is be because
cause because he is advertising for it. What
are you doing toward keeping this
business at home ? Space in your local
paper costs very little. Your patrons
have read this item, why not let the
next one tell of what advantages you
are offering them over the mail order
The beautiful new hats will bring
delight to every woman's heart. They
are authentic in every style feature
and moderately priced. ;
8-4t MINNIE A. BOSTICK, Milliner.
A card received t rom Private E. O.
! Marshall, with the 1,6th Field Artil
lery in Bhn, France, says he is get getting
ting getting along fine, and hopes to be home
in the near future. He sends his re regards
gards regards to all his Marion county friends
and especially to his neighbors at Ok Ok-lawaha'.
lawaha'. Ok-lawaha'. D. M. Barco of Cotton Plant was
in town yesterday, coming in to
bring his grandson, Edwin Veal, who
left on the Seaboard train for his
home in Wlldwood, after spending a
Christmas vacation with relatives at
The Style Hat Shop has on display
hats for early spring wear. l-6t
Mr. Mack Taylor of the Auto Sales
Company, sold "a podge touring car
to Mr. Kichards, who came here a
few weeks ago from Kentucky to
spend the winter. He has also dis disposed
posed disposed of. two Dodges within the past
few' days to Gainesville parties.
Royal Arch Masons meet tonight,
and all brethren should be present, as
there will be work for them to do.
OCALA FRATERHAL ORDERS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday" evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star office building at 7:30 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.
' T L. H. Pillans, N. G.
M. M. Little, Secretary.
MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE NO. 15
Miriam Rebekah Lodge- No; 15
meets the first and third Monday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month in the Odd Fel Fellows'
lows' Fellows' hall at 7:30 o'clock. V
.; Claire Moremen, N. G.
Eloise Bouvier, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings i of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Alice STonce, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, mets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome.' Club house oppo opposite
site opposite postoffice, east side.
C. W. Hunter, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Viisting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns tire always welcome. ;
P. W. WhitdsidesC. a
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
R. A. BL CHAPTER NO. 13
Regular convocations bi the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.,on the first
Friday in. every, month at 7:30 p. m.
J. A. Bouvier, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
at the Castle Hall, over the G. C.
Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial wel welcome
come welcome to visiting brothers.
W. W. Stripling, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K, of R. & S.
MARION-DUNN 3IASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
MM meets on the first and thira
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock until further notice.
H. O. Cole, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
What Is Storax?
Probably you never heard of storax.)
Asia i Minor. Makers of perfume es esteem
teem esteem it so highly that they have been
paying $10 a pound for it Instead of
20 cents, which was the price bef or
the war. Now it appears that a red
gum tree,- common in our Southern
states, yields a gum fully equal in
quality to the imported storax. That
is only one of a hundred ways In
which the war is disclosing America
resources. Youth's Companion.
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Mrs. J. Y. Purvis has returned to
jher home in this city after a pleasant
visit with relatives in Fernandina.
m m m
Mrs. A A. -Winer, who has been en enjoying
joying enjoying a delightful visit with rela relatives
tives relatives in Miami and other East Coast
cities, has returned to her home in
Mrs. R. A. Burford received a tele telegram
gram telegram this morning stating that her
daughter-in-law, Mrs R. A. Burford
Jr., is critically ill with influenza in a
hospital in Boston. Little Miss Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Burford has also been quite ill
but is now improving.
Mrs. Trusten Drake, who accom accompanied
panied accompanied her son as far as Jacksonville
on his way to Virginia, was taken ill
in that city with influenza and is now
in a" hospital there. Her friends will
regret exceedingly to learn of Mrs.
Drake's illness, but will be glad to
know that her condition is not consid considered
ered considered dangerous.
The following delegates have been
appointed to the Baptist state conven convention,
tion, convention, which will be held in Tampa
from Jan. 13 to 16: Rev. Wm. H.
Wrighton, Mr. John L. Edwards, Mr.
Niel Ferguson, Judge W. S. Bullock
and Dr. E. Van Hoed. Those dele delegates
gates delegates appointed to the Woman's Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Union are Mrs. Wrighton and
Mrs. Van Hood.
Mr. G6o. H. Ford, who has been en engaged
gaged engaged in government work in the dif different
ferent different cantonments, has been relieved
and has returned to his home in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, where he will resume his
business. Mr. Ford spent a few days
here recently with his wife' at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
A. Weathers. Ocalans will be inter interested
ested interested to know that Mr. Ford spent
Christmas in Birmingham and was
the guest of Mrs. Edward Hiller, and
family, former well known Ocala peo people.
ple. people. ;
TWO HOLD OFF
Yanks Caught in Pocket Rght
: Until Last Bullet Is
.' ; Gone.
BOGHE SHELL GETS TIIEf.1
Caught Between Darras and Hunt
They Fight In Manner to Maka
One Proud to Be of
By E. A. BATCH ELOR.
Paris.- The-Y. M. C. A. man told
the story with tears in his eyes and
a break In his voice. He said that It
was the 'saddest thing that he ever
had encountered, which meant much.
He had been a-long time In France,
so death and Buffering were no stim stim-gers
gers stim-gers to him, Bnt when he epofce of
the sergeant and the private that they
had found dead beside their machiue
gun he couldn't control his emotion.
It seems that the sergeant and the
private had been caught in a pocket.
The Germans, in force, were In front
of them. There was a barrage behind
which made it impossible for them to
rejoin their company. So they stayed
and roughed it out, fought in a man manner
ner manner that made one proud to be of the
Held Off Whole, Company.
When they found them there was
pile of empty, shells several inches
high around the gun and not a single
round of unexpended ammunition re remained.
mained. remained. The two had held off a whole
company of Boche machine gunners
for several hours.
The enemy had been around a bend
In the road, a scant 50 yards away,
and hadn't been able to advance be because
cause because of the brisk fire of the lone
American gun manned by the ser sergeant
geant sergeant and the private. The sergeant
had been evidently pointing the gun
and the private had been feeding 1L
Their only protection had been a lit little
tle little ridge where the dirt had been
thrown tip beside the road.
The undergrowth just behind them
had been cut to ribbons by the Boche
bullets and the trees near where the
enemy had been were scarred by Yan Yankee
kee Yankee fire. It had been the hottest kind
of a fight and the Americans had been
winning against the terrible odds un until
til until a shell burst right on them and
Whether it was a Boche shell ox
one of our own, nobody ever will
know. Both sides had been firing into
that part of the wood. Whatever the
source of the shell. It had done iti
work quickly and thoroughly, for the
men were badly torn. Death prob probably
ably probably had come Instantaneously. They
had gone while the joy of battle was
still upon them.
Death Not in Vain.
It was a glorious death but a sad
one because a few minutes after the
shell landed, the Boche had beec
obliged to retire. Another half an
hour, and the heroic pair would have
been safe. But they had not died in
vain. The .company that they had
held at bay carried back to the Ger German
man German lines a story of American hero heroism
ism heroism that will do much to convince th
Boche that the men from across the
sea are going to decide the war. Thi
sacrifice of these two lives will save
They called on the Y.1LC, A. man
to help bury these two heroes. It waj
not his first experience as a membei
, of a burial party because he had been
at the front all through the big push.
As he aided in the burial he could not
help wishing that of all the thousand?
engaged In that battle these two xalghJ
have been spared.
The Star is worthy your support.
The tallest of California' "Ll trees trees-Is
Is trees-Is 325 feet In height, but among the
t,Tat iram trees of Australia many
pdmens are more than 400 feet In
height, and one, which was felled In
southeast Australia, measured 471 feet
the tallest tree on record. Gum trees
grow very rapidly. Popular Science
From A Royal Learner.
I have learnt to hope Instead of to
regret; to fire Instead of. to accept;
to aid Instead of to complain. I hare
learnt to look upward not downward;
to look forward not backward. Thus
my path was easier and I was less
weary." Queen Marie of Roumanla.
Wrap Tool In Cloth.
It is an admirable Idea to wrap
good tools, such as drills, wrenches,
etc.. In oiled cloths before stowing
them away In the tool compartment.
The oiled cloths prevent the Imple Implements
ments Implements from becoming rusty, which Is
quite likely to happen In the course of
a strenuou season running.
t A fHrif1 wants n tn tAll htm ff
certain citizen of, this town Is In all
respects anV. upright and exemplary
man. Most popl who know him re regard
gard regard him, so, but there must be some something
thing something wrong about him, since h doe
not agree with u In politics and re religion.
ligion. religion. Houston Post.
Automatic Whistles New.
For blowing whistles or ringing bella
at set times there has been Invented
an electrical device that makes con contacts
tacts contacts by the use of a punched paper
ribbon, easily replaced when a. sched schedule
ule schedule Is to be changed.
It may be true that all men are
born free and equal ; but most of them
lose their freedom and their equality
by the time they begin to be fed with
Notice is hereby given that the an annual
nual annual stockholders meeting of the Mar Marion
ion Marion Hardware Company will Le held
at the office of the company in Ocala,
Florida, on the second Tuesday in
January, 1919 being the 14th day of
the month, at 7 o'clock p. m.
J. M. Thomas,
12-27-fri Secretary and Treasurer.
A fresh supply of Norris famous
PEANUT BRITTLE just received at
the Court Pharmacy. You know
there's none better made. 6-tf
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Shoes! Shoes! 59c and up. Pants 25 c. and up
---cilosiimg out fmjl mm wmmEMms-
All shapes. Men's and Boy's Linen Collars
Men's Blue Chambray Work Shirts ....
, Boys Shirts with Collar
Boy's Bleached Jeans Drawers
Men's and Women's Black and
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boi ctiitctvoti bfwoi2z'
bys For old iolhs and
yottti follcc For siclt
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The hats now being shown here are
the season's first-out for the early
spring. They are distinctive and every
model is a style feature in itself.
Their exclusiveness is charming.
8-4t MINNIE A. BOSTICK, Milliner.
Fresh shipment of Norris candies
just in at the Court Pharmacy. All
size boxes. G-tf
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Don't forget to get our prices on
wax and green bean seed, garden peas,
and all other seed. Ocala Seed Store,
Ocala, Fla. 2-tf
, A -registered Optom-
etrist, has passed an
; examination be f o r e
y the State Board of
Optometry, which proves him com competent.
petent. competent. Dr. K. J. Weihe
With Weihe Co., Jewelers. Ocala, Fla.
Don't Fail to Attend the January
That, is Now
Y7e are Making
to our visitto the Eastern Markets for
.at 5c and 10c
White Canvas Shoes
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FLOEIPA UTILITIES CO.
Harrington Block, Fort King Ave. t
Put an Ad
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Going On at
a Special Drive
KjJ I U ill M J
All Colgate's Talcum Powders at
Cotton Batting for Quilts and Comforts
Linen Writing Paper, per quire .....
Best Envelopes, package of 25 for.
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