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The Ocala evening star
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VOL. 23, NO. 264.
Fair tonight and Friday, warmer
tonight extreme northeast portion.





Berlin Claims a Crushing Defeat for
the Italians in Another
Great Battle V
(Associated Press)
The Italian retirement is slackening
and the opposing forces are at grips
at several points between Udine and
the Tagliamento river, where the
Italians are expected to make their
first determined stand. The Teuton
effort to outflank the Tagliamento
position through the Carnic Alps ap apparently
parently apparently is not resulting in gaining
ground rapidly. While the Italian
army on the' I son zo front was over overwhelmed
whelmed overwhelmed by the superior forces of
the Austro-Germans, reports from
General Cadoma's headquarters say
is other armies were saved virtual-
intact. The third army guarding
funs and other war material. The'
center of the advancing Teuton line
is within four miles of the Taglia
mento. Should the Teutons break
, ttiTOV' Ceroid. Alps and the
tali8ffCS0W to yield the Taglia Tagliamento
mento Tagliamento liner before assistance, which is
being hurried, arrives, they still have
the Piava river on which to. 'make a
There has been little infantry fight fighting
ing fighting on the Aisne today, but the, artil artillery
lery artillery is active.
The Italians have suffered 'another
crushing defeat, losing 60,000 men
and 500 guns, ; when Tne Germans cut
T&ff their retreat toward the lower
Tagliamento, Berlin reports. The
Germans also say Hhey took two
bridge head positions on the Taglia Tagliamento
mento Tagliamento river.. Apparently they arron
the eastern' bank of the river in
'strong force.
Paris, Nov. 1. French shipping
losses for the week-ending Oct. 28th
were two ships of more than 1,600
tons and one smaller.
London, Nov. 1. About thirty air airplanes
planes airplanes in seven groups participated in
last night's air raid. Three of them
"reached the heart of London, but the
casualties and. damage were slight,
the official report says. ,.
The first, group of planes dropped
bombs near the coast. JTwo more were
broken up by. barrage fire on the
southeastern outskirts of the city.
Four turned back up the Thames half
way to London. Of the fifth group,
one or more machines ; penetrated
southeastern London a3 did some
machines of the sixth group. The
seventh was" dispedsed before the
machines-reached the. outer defenses
of the city.
" "Eight-people were killed and twenty-one
hurt during the raid.
The American Red .Cross through
the directors tf the Southern Divis Divis-ion,
ion, Divis-ion, has asked all x chapters to rush
work on hospital garments and sur-


1 The Marion County Chapter, Ocala
I m inn prancn 3 without funds for material
saT1 f&t tL moment. The chapter needs for

immediate work about two hundred
$200) dollars, and the finance com committee
mittee committee feels. that itLwill be necessary
to make a canvass for this, believing
that this sum' will be oluntarily and
cheerfully given.. V
. Please send your subscriptions to
the chairman of the committee at
Gerig's Drug Store. This is urgent.
J. J. Gerig, Chairman. ..
. Jake Brown.
Clarence Camp,
J. E. Chace,
C. S. Cullen,
4 W. T. Gary,
D. E.McIver,
H. D. Stokes,
. Finance Committee.
" Day or Night
Call John Needham, phone 523. 6t
l at the Maxwell Ser
in the corner of Osceola
avenue'(Yonge block),
11 be prepared to do all
ltomobile repair Iwork and
I have had a good many
years experience with all kinds of
motors, electric appliances, magneto,
generator and carburetor traubles a
specialty. Any kind of motor work
done at reasonable prices. Maxwell
work a specialty. Satisfaction is as assured
sured assured all who come to me.
29-tf L. W. Sterrett.



American Transport Finland Home Homeward
ward Homeward Bound Torpedoed, but Able
. Jo Return to Port
' (Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 1. The Ameri American
can American transport, Finland, one of the
largest vessels flying the United
States flag, homeward bound was tor
pedoed by an unseen submarine but
was able to return to a foreign port.
The navy announcement did not re report
port report any loss of life or injury to those
on board. The Finland was under
escort when attacked.
North Carolina' Intends to Have the
Adventurer Tried for
His Life
(Associated Press)
Concord, N. C, Nov. 1. The coun county
ty county grand jury has returned an indict indictment
ment indictment against Gaston B. Means on
the charge -of murdering Mrs. Maude
King, the wealthy New York widow.
Means was arraigned immediately
and attorneys for the state requested
a change of venue. Court adjourn adjourned
ed adjourned until 2:30 when it is expected
the point will be argued.
; ; :
i '"
Whereas, the governor of the state
of Florida, pursuant to the request
of the F16rida" Federation of Wom Women's
en's Women's Clubs, has issued a proclamation
setting aoart the week commencing
November fifth, 1917, and concluding
November tenth, 1917, as "Clean-Up
Week," thniout this state, and has
called upon the officials and residents
of the several cities to assist in car carrying
rying carrying out this proclamation, and
Whereas, this is a cause that
touches closely the health and wel welfare
fare welfare of our citizens, and the mayors
of the cities of this state are issuing
their proclamations setting aside such
week for this purpose,
Now therefore. I, J. E. Chace, as
mayor of the city .of Ocala, do hereby
proclaim the week commencing with
the fifth day of November, 1917, and
concluding with the tenth day of
November, 19,17, as "Clean-Up Week"
in and for the city of t)cala, and do
call upon all of the citizens J and
residents thereof to co-operate with
the Woman's Club in this movement.
.This the 30th day of October, 1917.
J. E. Chace,
Mayor of the City of Ocala?
Attest: H. C. Sistrunk, Clerk.
v Cotton Plant, Oct. 31. After sev several
eral several days of real pleasant spring days
the temperature dropped, somewhat
Tuesday morning and at this writing
it is much colder. We vare certainly
having some lovely moonlight nights.
Mrs. C. R. Veal spent the week-end
with her sister, Mrs. M. L. Reynolds
of Ocala. f
i Miss Rachel Veal spent the week weekend
end weekend at home and Miss Helen Veal and
Miss Lula Doke were week-end guests
of Miss Carrie Barco. Miss Doke is
one of the popular teachers of the
Ocala high school.
D. M. Barco, Clarence, Harry and
James Woodward and George Parker
were business visitors to Ocala Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. ; .
.. Mr. Charles Turner qf Gaiter was
the guest of friends here" Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Veal were vis visitors
itors visitors to Ocala Tuesday. 4
Mr. Milton Sanders is grinding cane
this week. Cane grinding and hog
killing will soon be the order of the
The carpenters will soon have Mr.
Newcomb Barco's house ready for oc occupancy.
cupancy. occupancy. Everybody remember that next
Sunday, Nov. 4th is go to Sunday
school Sunday. Let everyone in reach
try to be in Sunday school. You will
not regret it.
Mr. and Mrs. Dixon of Dunnellon
motored up Monday afternoon, bring bringing
ing bringing the former's mother, Mrs. Holder,
who will be the guest of her sister,
Mrs. J. A. Kellar for some time.
Chesapeake Bay Oysters received
daily f.t the Delicatessen Shop, Ocala
House block. 17tf
We are agents for Kodaks and the
Eastman N. C. films. Gerig's. 29-tf



Most Southern Outpost of Ancient
Israel Wrested from the
(Associated Press)
London, Nov. 1. The city of Beer Beer-sheba,
sheba, Beer-sheba, Palestine, has been captured
by 'the British, it is officially announc announced.
ed. announced. Beersheba is- twenty-seven miles
southeast of Gaza and was consider considered
ed considered the most southern point of ancient
Israel. It was there that the cove covenant
nant covenant was made between Abraham
and Abimelech.
Four Hundred and Thirty-Five Mill Million
ion Million Extended for Purchases
to January First
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 1. A war credit
of $435,000,000 was extended to Eng England
land England today to pa$ for purchases in
this c6untry to January 1st next.
Beats burying them. Steve Hoover,
Mount Pleasant, Iowa, writes: "Com "Commenced
menced "Commenced feeding my herd of about
100 hogs B. A. Thomas' Hog Powder
over two months ago. Fifty were
sick and off feed. Nearby herds had
cholera. I did not lose one they are
well and growing fast." Smith Groc Grocery
ery Grocery Co., Ocala, phone 434.
The following was received today:
"The National Surety Company will
hereafter write public official bonds
throughout Florida, and Mr. L. T.
IzlaJr. will act as the agent in
OcalaV Besides bonds for all town,
city, county and state officials, he will
also continue to handle court, con contract,'
tract,' contract,' fidelity and ; depository bonds
and burglary insurance for the com company.'
pany.' company.' -Mr. Izlar is now in the naval train training
ing training camp at Charleston. S. C, but his
I business is in the capable hands of
ms mother, Mrs; A. L. Izlar.
v Moss Bluff, Oct. 31, Mr. Andrew
Wood, who went to Jacksonville a
few weeks ago, has returned. He
seems to be glad to be back. We
don'i blame him.
We are sorry to report 'that Mcs.
Henry Fort is sick, but hope for her
a speedy recovery.
The box supper was a great suc success.
cess. success. We made $27.25. People came
from Oklawaha, Lake Gem, Electra
and Connor and several other places.
Mr. Wison Caldwell of Lake Gem
auctioned off the boxes and every everybody
body everybody was well pleased with him. ,AU
the boxes were well dressed and fill filled.
ed. filled. About 11 o'clock the merry crowd
broke up and went home, all report reporting
ing reporting a good time. We feel sure that
if we ever have anything else that
the people wil ltake an interest in it,
like they did this time.
Mr. W. E. Martin is on the sick
list, and we hope he will soon recover.
Mr. Sidney Fort has returned home
on a visit from Jacksonville.
' Mr. Billy Ward and Mr. Luther Sel Sellers
lers Sellers of Leesburg were visitors of Mr.
Oliver Fort Sunday.
The people are busy gathering corn
on the Muclar Farm now while it is
Mr. Ben Hollon and Mr. Emmet
Griggs of Lake Gem were visitors of
'Mr: Oliver Fort Sunday.
Miss Selma McKinney was visit visiting
ing visiting Miss Maud Davis Sunday.
Mrs. H. P. Griggs and children
were visitors of Mrs. Oliver Fort
j Tuesday.
When you have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting, let us furnish you
estimates. No job too large and none
too small, tf H. W. Tucker.
See Silver Springs through the
glass-bottomed boat. Scenery not to
be had in any other part of the Unit United
ed United States. Largest flowing and most
beautiful springs in the world, some something
thing something that can't be described or ex exaggerated;
aggerated; exaggerated; real geisers und-ir watar,
the Blue Grotto, Bridal Chamber,
Florida Snow Storm, Ladies' Parlor
and other beautiful spots too numer numerous
ous numerous to mention. Price, $1 and $1.50;
children under 12 years of age half
fare. If dissatisfied, money refunded.
C. (Ed.) Carmichael,
Owner and Manager.


Effect of the Good Work of the Food
Administration is- Already
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 1. Seventy per
cent of the southeastern district is in
line with meatless Tuesdays, and
wheatless Wednesdays, George Ben Benton,
ton, Benton, hotel district chairman for North
and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida
Alabama and Mississippi, reported to
the food administration. Benton esti estimates
mates estimates that a ten per cent saving has
already resulted.
Sixteen of the Oil Fields Tied Up by
Men fJoing on a Strike"
(Associated Press)
Houston, Texas,' Nov. 1. Accord According
ing According to strike leaders 10,000 workers
in sixteen oil producing fields in this
state have left work as a result of an
order effective at midnight last night.
To days ago the finance" committee
of the local Red Cross chapter pub published
lished published a notice, asking for voluntary
subscriptions amounting to $200 to be
used at once for surgical dressings.
The call is urgent, and we hope that
the committee will be saved the trou trouble
ble trouble of making a house to house can canvass.
vass. canvass. Before the notice was publish published,
ed, published, thre men subscribed ten dollars
each, and in the two days since the
first notice appeared there have been
eight donations amounting to $11,
making the total to date $41. Be good
snough, please, to leave your gifts
for this urgent need at Gerig's Drug
Finance Committee Red Cross.
Ocala, Fla., Nov. 1, 19i7.
To the Ocala Star: The Liberty
Loan executive -t committee" .of the
Federal Reserve Bank wishes to ex express
press express to Messrs. T. T. Munroe, J. L.
Edwards and D. E. Mclver, comprise
ing the Liberty Loan committee of
Marion county, to the Woman's Club
of Ocala, to each member of the pre precinct
cinct precinct committees and to all persons
working in the recent Liberty Loan
campaign its sincerest appreciation
of their untiring efforts and -co-operation.
Without such co-operation the cam campaign
paign campaign could not have proved the suc success
cess success which it was. 7
Yours very truly,
Liberty Loan Executive Committee
Sixth Federal tleserve District.
W. C. Wardlaw, Chairman.
The county tax collector's office ,is
considerably annoyed by not having
any receipt blanks for issuing tax
receipts. The state authorities have
been appealed to, but it seems that
the public printer is too busy with
other matters to supply this most
necessary piece .of printing. Perhaps
it would be well to let the printing
of such work to the county printing
offices throughout the state.
Editor Star: Will you kindly give
the widest publicity to the necessity
of early mailing of packages intend intended
ed intended to reach our troops in France by
Christmas and the fact that such
packages must not exceed seven
pounds in weight.
The department advices me7 that
unless packages, intended as Christ Christmas
mas Christmas iesents for the troops in France
are deposited in the postofficeon or
before November 15th, it will not be
possible for them to reach destina destination
tion destination by Christmas.
The department further advises
that on account of the postal regu regulations
lations regulations in France, packages weighing
more than seven pounds can not be
forwarded by marl.
If you will give these facts wide
publicity it will doubtless be appre appreciated
ciated appreciated by your many patrons.
James R. Boyd,
Chief Clerk, R. M. S.
The greatest human care and' the
highest human intelligence ought to
go into the filling of every prescrip prescription.
tion. prescription. This describes our service. The
Court Pharmacy. 17-tf
Advertise in the Star.



Coin Paid but by the American Sail Sailors
ors Sailors Came in Handy
in Cork
(Associated Press)
'Cork, Nov. 1. Merchants are pro protecting
tecting protecting to the mayor because of the
lossv of about $2,500 trade weekly
from American sailors. After Sinn
Feiners attacked the American blue bluejackets,
jackets, bluejackets, American officers issued or orders
ders orders preventing the men from ap appearing
pearing appearing in the streets of Cork. The
order will not be revoked unless the
streets are. made save for the sailors.
In Its Great Work for Soldiers and
Sailors of America and
the Allies N
(Special to the Star)
Jacksonville Nov. 1. The $35,000, $35,000,-000
000 $35,000,-000 to beraised by the Y. M. C. A.
for war rork from November 11 to
19, both inclusive will be divided for
disbursement as follows:
U. S. forces at home $11,120,000
U. S. forces overseas.... 11,994,000
In Russian army 3,305,000
In French army 2,649,000
In Italian army 1,000,000
In prison camps 1,000,000
For expansion . 3,932,000
This budget will carry the work up
to July 1, 1918, according to the cal calculations
culations calculations of those in charge of the
gigantic operations.
As Essential as the Red Cross
The money which is to be raised for
the soldiers of the American and al
lied armies is to be handled by the
American Y. M. C. A. No part of it
will go to this organization. The as associations
sociations associations of this country have agreed
to take charge of this most essential
work for the government. The leading
generals of the army declare that the
work is as essential to the army as is
the American Red Cross:
Florida Men Will Share th Benefit
The money will be used to erect
buildings in all of the camps and can cantonments
tonments cantonments of the American armies -in
America, France and wherever else
the American soldier may be sent dur during
ing during the war. These buildings will be
heated in winter, contain books, writ writing
ing writing materials, "and otherwise made
comfortable and homelike. Religious
services will be held, study classes
conducted and other arrangement
made to entertain the fighting man
from Florjda while he is off duty. He
will be off duty a great portion of the
time. In all of the camps and can cantonments
tonments cantonments of America save the one at
Jacksonville the soldiers will have to
contend with snow this winter. Flor Florida
ida Florida soldiers will welcome a good
shelter after marching through snow
during the long, cold winter days.
State Will be Divided Into Districts
Arrangements are rapidly- being
completed for the launching of the
campaign to raise $100,000 in this
state for the benefit of the soldiers.
The state has been divided into seven
districts for the purpose of the work.'
The funds, will be collected by tho
Florida War Work Council of the
Young Men's Christian Association,
which was organized at Jacksonville
on October 25th, by representatives
from different sections. The sum of
$35,000,000 is to be raised in this
country for war work with the armies
of this country and ou rallies. The
Florida council will remit the funds
to the National War Work Council

which has charge 6f all the Ameri-U M" T onaay
ran wort AraerfTrom several days visit to her sister,

Blitchton, Nov. 1. There -wjll be
services at the Baptist church Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Mr. R. B. Fant is grinding cane
this week.
Mr. Raymond Sanaders spent the
week end at Mcintosh.
Mr. and MrsF. E. Fant were Sun Sunday
day Sunday guests or Mr. and Mrs. Dug Fant
at Flemington.
Mr. G. N. Shealy of Conner spent
the week end here.
Mr. Vasco Seckinger of Fellowship
visited in town last week.
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Blitch, Mr. and
Mrs. B. C.' Blitch, Dr. and Mrs. S. H.

Blitch, Mrs. F. E. Fant and Mr. Earljty food commission. Assisting in the

Phillips motored to Ocala Monday.
Mr. D. C. Stiles of Ocala was a
Sunday caller.
Dr. Blitch expects to spend a day at
Raiford this week.
Messrs. Laandis and Loonis Blitch
and A. B. Folks of Juliette will motor
to Lake City today and be guests of
Columbia College for a "few days.
There is bread and bread, but the
best bread to eat is the famous But Butternut
ternut Butternut bread, made at Carter's Bak Bakery,
ery, Bakery, and on sale at yretail grocers, tf

At Home, Says Japanese Diplomat,
to 'Defend the Orient
Against Invasion
(Associated Press)
A" Pacific Port, Nov. 1. Baron Me Me-gata,
gata, Me-gata, hea dof the Japanese financial
commission to this country, arriving
here 'today, sid it was impossible for
Japan to send an army to Europe. "If 1
Japan is foolhardy enough to make a
super-human effort to send troops to
Europe and became exhausted, who
would protect the Orient if Germany
remained undefeated?" he asked.
Furnished the Readers of the Star by
the Commercial Bank of Ocala
New Orleans Jan. Dec.
Market closed today. v
New York Jan. Dec.
Opening' "....26.74 27.30
Close 26.45 27.08
Market ; steady. Spots quiet. Mid Middlings
dlings Middlings 28.75.
Galveston spots quiet. Middlings,
Wacahoota, Oct. 31. This section
of the county was visited hy a very
white frost Wednesday of last week,
but it seemed to do very little damage
to vegetables and growing stuff.
Saturday, Sunday and Monday
were regular summer days.
Mrs. V. P. Smith returned last
week from a visit to relatives at Cen Center
ter Center Hill and Ocala. She was accom accompanied
panied accompanied home by her sister, Mrs. T.
Witherspoon -of St. Petersburg.
Mr. B. F. Long, one of our regular
winter tourists of Michigan, arrived
last week and is pleasantly located at
his regular Winter home, with Mrs. V.
P. Smith. Mr. Long has many friends
here who are always glad to have him
return. 7
Mrs. Lute Howell left Wednesday
to visit relatives in Georgia for the
next ten days.,
Mrs. C. M. Smith and son, Clarence
were callers of Mrs. Joe Mathew&
Saturday. They were accompanied
home by Mrs. Theresa Dow of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, who has been at Flemington'
for some time helping to nurse her
sister-in-law, Mrs. Mathews. Mrs.
Dow returned to Flemington Sunday
afternoon. --
Dr. and Mrs. C. G. Mixon and chil children
dren children of the University City, were
Sunday guests to dinner of Mrs. -C.
M. Smith. They were accompanied
home by 4 Mrs. M. R. Beck and Miss
Rosalie Smith, who will spend sever several
al several days with Mrs. Mixon.
Mr. H. H. Herrin was called to
Geneva Sunday by the serious illness
of his brother. -'
Mrs. J. D. Reeves of Micanopy is
the guest bf her sister, Mrs., H- H.
Herrin this week. V
Miss The'lma Curry spent the week
end at home with her parents.
Mrs. J. Porter Smith returned last
week from a visit to her daughter,
Mrs. C. C. Pedrick of Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bradley and
daughter, Lucile were shopping in
Gainesville Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Smith were bus business
iness business visitors to Williston Saturday
-Cane grinding is the order of the
Miss Leola Smith returned Monday
Mrs. K. C. Epperson of Williston.
The Central school is progressine
nicely. The pupils just finished up
their first examination last Friday
and most all the grades were good.
Misses Ollie May and Evelyn Fer-
guson, who are attending school at
Archer, spent the week-end with their
parents here.
The food conservation campaign is
being conducted this week among the
colored people by Pearl Anderson and
the ministers of the colored churches,
under the supervision of Mrs. J. R.
Moorhead, county home demonstra
tor and member of the Marion coun-
distribution of cards are the follow following
ing following named colored persons: Synobly
Simmons, Geraldine Davis, Lillian
Townsend, Dr. E. E. Hampton, Mary
Braddock, M. H. Powers, Josephine
Smith, Caroline Dukes, Alice John Johnson
son Johnson and Matilda Williams. So far
200 cards have been collected.
-Have your prescriptions filled at the
COURT PHARMACY, where you can
be certain that they are compounded
of the best drugs, the utmost care and
without, delay. 17-tf








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We are in for a long war.
Waste was always foolish, now it
is criminal.
The United States has loaned Italy
$230,000,000. -.
Washington city went 'bone dry at
midnight last night.
Hillquit is rightly named. He is
the candidate- of the quitters.
Capper is the latest freak, produced
by that prolific freak factory? Kan Kansas.
sas. Kansas. . r
The 5-cent egg is now with us; Eggs
are 60 cents a dozen in the local
Today the United States bids good good-by
by good-by to 2-cent letter postage.' It may
return to our grandchildren.
Sena'tor Fletcher has protested to
the war department against the dis disbanding
banding disbanding of the First Florida Regi Regiment.
ment. Regiment. The student enrollments of- the
theological seminaries in the United
States show a drop of 40 per cent- to
50 per cent, due to the war.
Four and a half million British
women are working in trades, and
crafts under,; government jurisdiction,
1,256,000 of them having released
men for service.
A New York judge recently- held
that a man who would go on a strike
in an industry needed by the country
to carry on the war was unfits to be become
come become a citizen.
An investigation by Secretary,
Baker shows the great majority of
men of the new national army are
eager to go to France and get into
the fighting at once.
Only the able-bodied men cah fight,
and do the best work but when it
comes to being careful and trying to
save what w'e have,' there is no -one
who cannot help.
The average Ocala man is conserv conserving
ing conserving on sugar, and has been for al almost
most almost two years. He hasn't been tak taking
ing taking sugar in hisn because there
hasn't been any his'n to take.
They planted oak trees in- Ger
many cn the anniversary of Hinden Hinden-barg'3
barg'3 Hinden-barg'3 birthday. The; Almighty must
havp set out a lemon sprout ori the
day Emperor William was born;
The committee to' carry ori Y.- M.
C.-A. work in this country will meet
at the board of trade rooms tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow evening at 7:30. Ik consists of
W. T. Gary, W. D. Taylor, S. P. Hol Hol-linrake,
linrake, Hol-linrake, J. D. McDonald, D. S. Welch,

Z. C. Chambliss, J. H. Benjamin, F.
E. Harris, J. E. Chace. G. A. Ott Ott-mann,
mann, Ott-mann, J. M. Gross, C. E. Wyatt, J. R.
Herndon, Bunyan Stephens, Mrs. R.
A. Burford, Mrs. G. S. Scott, Mrs. G.
L. Taylor and Mrs. C. L. Bittinger of
Ocala; Rev. E. R. Montgomery of Mc Mcintosh,
intosh, Mcintosh, and Mr. H. R. Keister of Dun-nellon.

Next Tuesday, Nov. 6, will be held
the municipal election in New York
city. We are afraid the Americans in
that town are repeating the mistake
made by Florida democrats in their
last primary. The American vote
will be split between the present
mayor, Mitchel, who is running on a
fusion ticket, Judge Hylan, who is the
candidate of Tammany, and a com comparatively
paratively comparatively unknown politician named
Bennett, who is the nominee of the
republicans. Opposed to them is
Morris Hillquit, a socialist, who has
the support not only of the socialists,
but of the slackers, pacifists and pro pro-Germans.
Germans. pro-Germans. The election of Hillquit
would be a national misfortune, as
there is no doubt that the machinery
of the city government of New York
city would be used in every way pos possible
sible possible to hamper the United States in
its military and naval operations.
For language, we commend to you
the following from the Tampa Tri Tribune:
bune: Tribune: "The man who attempts to profiteer
at the expense of a war-ridden people
is little less than a traitor or a sp
who is seeking to weaken the body
politic and the body physical. He is
nothing more than a tick and he must
be eradicated even if it takes dipping
in washes that take off the hair from
his sheepskin hide and leave bare his
wolfish back."
Bitter discussion has been created
over the suggestion of the German
government that after the war it will
propagate human beings as cattle are
bred, to develop a human race -of
higher qualities. If they are going
to keep on propagating the sort that
brought ori and is carrying on the
war, the world had better keep on
fighting, until the breed is extermi exterminated.
nated. exterminated. The Apalachicola Times avers that
Dr. Lincoln Hulley has not evinced
"any special fitness for the governor governorship."
ship." governorship." We ignorantly beg, when has
Florida ever elected a man governor
because he showed "any special fit fitness"
ness" fitness" for the place? Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. Did,, you ever hear of W. D. Blox-hani?-
Gov, Catts has; reconsidered his
action in appointing the negro, R. R.
Robinson, assistant probation officer
of Duval county. The probation of officer,
ficer, officer, J. C. Lanier, would not assign
Robinson to duty and the commission commissioners
ers commissioners of Duval would not confirm the
appointment which the governor had
absolutely no excuse for making.
A steamship on board of which
were two United States senators and
two representatives was attacked by
a German submarine off the coast of
Wales Saturday, but the gunners of
the steamship opened fire and the
submarine submerged before having
time to launch a torpedo.
The retreat of the Italians from the
front is not anything like so disas disastrous
trous disastrous as the retreat of the French
and British in August, 1914. A defeat
on the plans of Northern Italy would
be more disastrous to the Teutonic
powers than was the battle of the
A thousand liberty bond salesmen
of Chicago, have asked for the expul expulsion
sion expulsion from Congress of. Senator La La-FoUette.
FoUette. La-FoUette. On the other hand, the Cal California
ifornia California Federation of: Labor has
adopted a resolution calling LaFol LaFol-lette
lette LaFol-lette "a loyal and true American."
The American Alliance for Labor
and Democracy justified the strike of
shipyard workers on government ves vessels
sels vessels in. San Francisco on the ground
that "labor's loyalty to the Ameri American
can American government does not mean ser servility
vility servility to greedy employees."
To promote closer trade relations
between the United States and South
America a new steamship line has
bjeen started between New York and
Valparaiso and the United States
Shipping Board has assigned five
ships to the service.
The stained glass windows of Col Cologne
ogne Cologne cathedral, according to German
newspapers, are being replaced with
plain glass as a precaution in case of
air raids. The Germans don't like
to take their own medicine.
A, letter written by a New York
physician serving in an army hospi-
1 TT 1 tinrt i i
-fiance says: ine cigarette is
doing more to help win this war than
any other one -thing outside the es
sentials or warfare.
, The .successes of the Teutons on
the : Russian and Italian fronts over
balance in moral tho not in material
effect the loner, hard battle that has
gone on in France and Flanders all
,The New York stock market broke
when it heard the news from Italy.
If the soldiers were as cowardly as
the stock brokers, Germany would ere
now has been masters of the world.
William Bayard Hale, President
Wilson's biographer and his special


(From the European Edition of the New York Herald)
Go, carry the news to the kaiser that American blood has flown
To add to the scarlet splendor of his garish and gory throne!
It will give him a thrill of pleasure. He'll utter his thanks to God
For this morsel of cannon Yodder to redden the autumn sod.
The dead of the best of Europe are joy to the kaiser's soul;
But he craved some new sensation, so he gives us our honor roll.
Go, tell him our boys are coming in millions across the sea,
And watch in the eerie eyes of him the lust of his majesty.
Does he know what the lists he will love to read will mean to our father fatherland?
land? fatherland? Ah, we who were blind but the other day will scan them and understand;
And our dead, who bring joy to the kaiser's heart, will live in a nation's
Till our hands shall clutch at his tawdry throne and we shall demand our

envoy to Carranza during the Mexi Mexican
can Mexican troubles, has become a socialist
and is no longer Wilson's friend. A
good riddance.
The Star is in receipt of the follow following
ing following letter from St. Elmo Massengale,
chairman of the publicity committee
of the second Liberty Loan of the
Sixth Reserve district:
"Editor Star: The publicity com committee
mittee committee of the Sixth Federal Reserve
district for the second Liberty Loan
desires to thank you most cordially
for the splendid assistance you have
given, through your 'publication, to
the campaign in this district.
"Unquestionably the co-operation
which the daily newspapers of the
district have rendered, has been mar marvelous;
velous; marvelous; and whatever measure of sue-,
cess has been achieved in the cam campaign,
paign, campaign, must be most largely attribut attributed
ed attributed to their enthusiasm and their pat patriotic
riotic patriotic zeal in putting the bond issue
so clearly and so forcibly before the
people. Without it, nothing could
have been done.
"Your response to the requests of
the committee for help has been more
than gratifying, and we want to ten tender
der tender you our personal and individual
thanks and appreciation for the fine
work you have done.
"With cordial good wishes for your
continued prosperity, I am sincerely
yours, "St. Elmo Massengale,
"Chairman Publicity Committee Sec Second
ond Second Liberty Loan, Sixth Federal
Reserve District."
The thirty-third annual session of
the Marion Baptist Association con convened
vened convened with the Oak-Griner Farm Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church last night. The associa association
tion association will continue its meetings thru
Friday afternoon. The opening de devotional
votional devotional service was conducted by
Rev. Bunyan Stephens of the Ocala
Baptist church. The letters from the
various churches were called for and
the election of officers followed. All
the old officers were re-elected, viz:
G. W. Scofield, moderator; Bunyan
Stephens, clerk, and J. T. Rawls,
treasurer. The annual sermon was
preached by Rev. O. T. Monchief of
Micanopy. The text was Heb, 6:1,
and his subject, "Apostolic Progress."
His sermon was an able deliverance
and thoroughly appreciated by the
large crowd. The reports this morn-

How Uric Acid Causes .Gout, Rheumatism, Lumbago-
(By l: h. s&Tni, M. D.)
It was not until the discovery by Sir Arthur Gerod, in 1848, that the blood of gouty patients contained
uric acid in an excessively large amount, that much attention was paid to this subject. Later scientific men
. learned that in gout, also rheumatism, the kidneys do

Write him your symptoms


! ing were on the orphanage by Rev.
J. H. Martin and education by Mr. R.
jL. Turner. The W. M. U. met at 10
o'clock this morning for an hour and
; a half. Mrs. E. Van Hood is the
leader for this work in Marion county.
Essay by Miss Mary Brooks of th
Seventh Grade, Which Won thei
First Prize Offered to the Grammar
School for the Best Essay on Food
Food conservation means to save,
and not to waste food. It does not
mean eat less food but less of some
things and more of others.
We have men, supplies ancl food
for ourselves, but the supplies for our
Allies are short. We must help feed
them for if they fail, we fail. If ev every
ery every teacher will teach children the
importance of- avoiding food waste
and of intelligently selecting those
things "which we- have in abundance
we shall not fail.
There are over twenty-three mill million
ion million families in the United States. Of
these perhaps twelve million to fif fifteen
teen fifteen million are represented in the
schools. If each of these families
cuts its consumption of wheat one one-fifth,
fifth, one-fifth, using corn, rye, potatoes and
other things like these, one-half of
cur wheat problem will be solved.
When buying food carefully select
food that is plentiful.
The French people are accustomed
to eating wheat bread and cannot
easily adapt themselves to bread
made from other grains. Rye, corn
and oatmeal can be substituted for
wheat bread by us. Wheat- before
and after being ground keeps better
than corn so wheat can be sent the
Allies better than corn.
Fowls and eggs cannot be kept
long enough to be sent to the Allies,
but pork and beef can, so we ought to
eat less pork and beef and more fowls
and eggs. Vegetable oil can be sub-'
atituted for animal oil. If we eat
more" of our abundance of perishables,
eat more of potatoes and vegetables
and less wheat, meat, fats and sugar,
we can ship more to our soldiers and
Allies. i
Young animals such as lambs and
calves should not be eaten until they
are full grown, thus giving us more
meat. If the people would not buy
these young animals then the butch butchers
ers butchers will not butcher them for there
will be no demand for them.
" All the nations of Europe are short
of food. The nation whose soldiers i

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Mr. Marion Holcorab, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite
a long while I, suffered with stomach trouble. I would
have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most
disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with
butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have
"regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but
after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just
seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were
no good at all for my troubled I heard


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me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best
liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or
stomach trouble any more." Black-Draught acts on
the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of
throwing out waste material and poisons from the sys system.
tem. system. This medicine should be in every household for
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and people are not adequately fed
cannot fight at its best. If we supply
the food shortage of our Allies, they
will have a tremendous advantage
over their enemies and ours.
Men who are fighting, marching,
drilling and doing other things like
these cannot do without less meat
but we can eat cheese, fish, nut com combinations
binations combinations and similar meat substi substitutes.
tutes. substitutes. Seven hundred million dollars worth
of food is wasted annually in Ameri American
can American families. The little daily wastes
are what count, usch things as trim
mings from meat bones, scraps of

not work properly to throw off the uric acid poison;
consequently uric acid crystals are. deposited in and
about the joints, in the muscles, where' an inflam inflammation
mation inflammation is set up in the nearby tissues.
Hague has said, that "gout is rheumatism, and
rheumatism is gout." If uric acid is formed in excess
within the body it is passed on to the Sidneys, which
act as a filter to pass off this poison. If the excess is
not excreted by the kidneys, it is distributed thru the,
tissues. The choice sites for such storage are in the
joints, muscle-sheaths, where the circulation is weak weakest,'
est,' weakest,' and where also the alkalinity of the blood is lowest.
Consequently we must do everything to throw off this
uric acid poison, and simple methods are best. Flush
the kidneys by drinking six to eight glasses of water
between meals. During Winter months the circulation
is apt to be sluggish and the blood stream retarded.
Eat less meat, drink more water, and take ANURIC
(double or triple strength), after each meal and at
bed time for several weeks at a time and you will be

free from uric acid and
The urine is often
channels often get sore
fir i nrrr i ii nrv inui ii
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j butter, spoonsful of vegetables and
dishes of cereals.
When preserving such .things as
fruits and jellies and other things
Careful handling arid storing of these
things will avoid spoiling. Bad cook cooking
ing cooking is also responsible for a lot of
Throughout the spring and early,,
summer every property holder who
jean -command any ground at all
ought to raise food on it. The help
i of all is needed to make this cam cam-jpaign
jpaign cam-jpaign and all food conservation a suc-
i cess.
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More things are wrought by prayer
Than this worlddreams of. Where Wherefore
fore Wherefore let thy voice
Rise like a fountain for me night and
For what are men better than sheep
or goats
That nourish a blind life within the

If, knowing God, they lift riot hands

of prayer

Both for themselves and those who

call them friend?
Canteen Workers
Barriers to prevent women from

getting to France are now almost in insurmountable.
surmountable. insurmountable. The "canteen work"

is the only hope, but the government

requires the woman to be thirty years

of age and she must "look" it. They

must also have a fluent knowledge of

French, for at present, the canteening

is only within the French lines. At

the Red Cross stations, there will be

bund cheer for the poilus returning

from the trenches. Aside from the

comforts of rest rooms, showers and

bod they will receive "America's en

couragement. The above described
women and graduate nurses are the

only ones our government has sent.

The call by the National League for

Woman's Service was for fifteen am

bulances and fifteen drivers to serve

with the Third French army division.

or the first time in the history of

war a group of American women have

been called for ambulance service, but

remember they serve under the

rench flag.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski Jr.

and little son are expected this aft

ernoon from Tampa to spend several

days with Mr. W. K. Zewadski.

Miss Mary Brooks' essay, oh an

other page, puts the food conserva conservation
tion conservation problem in a nutshell. She evi

dently studied her subject and she
certainly knows how to write.

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Scofield, Mr.

and Mrs. R. L. Turner, Mr. and Mrs.
Williams, Mr. R. L. Clark and Rev.

J. F. Rorex, all of Inverness, were in
town last night on their way to attend
the meeting of the Marion Baptist
Association at Griner Farm.
"Charm" Of Interest to All Women
Do you wish to be happy? Well,
follow the advice of the great French Frenchwoman,
woman, Frenchwoman, Madame Sarah Bernhardt;
who for over fifty years has dominat dominated
ed dominated the stage of the world by the sheer
charm of her personality, and she
ought to know. Madame Bernhardt
w.rote these words among many
others for Harper's Bazar:
"The woman' of charm has the
power of being interested in every
one and everything for a time. She
is interested in the persons who cross
her path. This flatters and delights
them. They are hers. The charming
person always has a sincere smile.
Any one may smile. There may be a
flash of the eye, a -show of teeth, but
these are not- a true smile. Smiles
from the heart give the face a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful radiance, as unlike the metallic
smile from the teeth out as sunrise
is from midnight. How many women
seem plain to those who do not know
tl em,, but are loved and adored by
those who do simply because of theii-

charm? Charm is undoubtedly the
greatest asset in life and jt can be
cultivated; assuredly yes. My defi definition?
nition? definition? Charm lies in consideration
of others. ... The thought of
self destroys magnetism. . I
have never known a- charming per person
son person who was not intelligent. The
dullifid has no charm. If I stood at
Uie threshhold of life, asking of it
something with which to buy happi happiness,
ness, happiness, I should beg for charm. For
if one has charm,, she will be loved.
And a woman must have love to be
happy. Beauty does not matter. If
a woman -has charm she can secure
whatever she wants love, success,
power. Beauty she is born" with or
without, and she can do little to
change that. Tho plain woman can
decide to be wholesome and to dress
becomingly. She can do little else-for
her external self; but she can culti cultivate
vate cultivate and increase her charm. .
The woman of charm has abundant
vitality. She does not drag herself

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wearily about. She enjoys life, and
shows that she does. There is charm
in her movement, in her speech, in her
Jolly Hallowe'en Party
Miss Marguerite Moore entertained
the children in her neighborhood last
night at a delightful Hallowe'en
party. All of the guests were ghosts,
witches or cats, and spent the eve evening
ning evening very enjoyably doing the regu regular
lar regular "stunts." After several hours of
fun, Miss Marguerite served her lit little
tle little friends hot chocolate, cookies,
wafers, nuts, candy and fruit. Among

the guests were Misses Dorothy Gri Gri-fin,
fin, Gri-fin, Ludell Griffin, Dorothy Turnip Turnip-seed,
seed, Turnip-seed, Maybelle McAteer, Ethel Leav Leav-engood,
engood, Leav-engood, Polly .Smith, Violet Jones,
Mabel Goldman, Bernice Bell, Sara
and Mary Sawaya, Masters Arthur
McAteer, Carl Hendricks, Fred Bit Bitting
ting Bitting and Hubert Jones.
Miss Elizabeth Carroll came up
from Dunnellon yesterday for a brief
visit to her sister, Mrs. George Math Math-ias
ias Math-ias at the home of Mrs. Hetrick. Miss
Carroll leaves this afternoon to join
her father near Chicago and will ac accompany
company accompany him home before Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Emerson, for formerly
merly formerly of this city, but for the last;
few years residents of Gainesville,
have removed to Jasper, where Mr.
Emerson has a position in 'the bank of
that city.
One of our charming and accom accomplished
plished accomplished high school teachers is aiding
food conservation by .going without
sugar in her coffee, and she probably
has many patriotic imitators.
Mr. Dewey Prescott of 'DeFuniak
Springs, who has spent the past three

months in Ocala with his sister, Mrs.
Griffin and family, left today for Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona Beach to join his mother, who
has been visiting there. They will
return to their home at DeFuniak
Springs Saturday, where Mr. Prescott
will enter the senior high school class.
John Allen of Fort Valley and Ste Stephen
phen Stephen Bassett of Powersville, Ga., who
have been the guests of Mr. "and Mrs.
A. F.' Miller, left yesterday morning
in Mr. Bassett's car for their homes.
St. Petersburg Times.
Miss .Caroline Miller's marriage to
Mr. Bassett will take place early in
.'. -Mr.
and Mrs". G. S. Scott returned
home yesterday fronj a week's visit
to Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Scott and fam.
ily in Birmingham. They also visit visited
ed visited Mrs. Scott's aunt in Georgia and
sister in Jacksonville.
Ralph Wheeler, accompanied by hi?
wife, arrived here last night from
Ocala for a visit to his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. H. Wheeler. Tarpon
Springs Leader.
' .'
Mrs. R. L. Lang is expected home
today from a week's visit to Mr. Lang
in Palatka and Daytona.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)

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Ocala Knitting Mills, has gone norths-
on a business trip.

Another of our transports torpe- J a remark about the government of ans will be held Saturday aft aft-doed.
doed. aft-doed. Another reason why you should J that country, he would be sent to jail 'ernoon at three o'clock. All members
do all you can to help. jand his property confiscated. In this jare especially urged to be present, as
. j country, the laws of which protect delegates will be elected for the an-
Attnmev 'Vt: A. Burford tf Ocala 1 feim in his meanness, the only effect jnuaj convention of the State Federa-

was in the city yesterday on business j
with Judge Wills. Gainesville Sun.
.. -
Rev. Wr. H. Coleman will preach atj
Lowell next Sunday afternoon at the
usual hour. Everybody welcome.
Mr. A. J. Johnson, one of Marion-'
successful truckers is a business
visitor to the city today.
There was nothing done at the cot cotton
ton cotton warehouse meeting at the court courthouse
house courthouse last night. Those present de decided
cided decided to defer action to the next
meeting of the board of trade.
Some of the housekeepers around
town indignantly refuse to sign food food-saving
saving food-saving pledge cards. Sorry td have
to tell them so, but they are helping
the kaiser. '
Dewey "Prescott, who has been with
the fire department for some time, left
last nieht for his home at DeFuniak
Springs. His place at the fire station I
has been taken by Dick Ellison of An Anthony.
thony. Anthony.
Vick's Salve 25c Anti-STonopoly. tf
E. L. Bridges of Ocala, represent representing
ing representing the Alkahest Lyceum, is in the
city today trying to place a lyceum
course for the winter here. Tarpon
Springs Leader.
Some mothers resist every war
measure because they fear their sons.
will have to go in the army. Wonder
if they have ever stopped to reflect
that every setback America or its al allies
lies allies receive increases the probability
that their sons will have to fight?
Rev. Dodge, pastor of the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian church at Clearwater, was in
the city yesterday in behalf of the
$35,000,000 campaign that the Y. M.
C. A. is making for the social, intel intellectual
lectual intellectual and welfare of the boys
in the service of the United States-
Tarpon Springs Leader. v-
General rise in prices today. ; A"
clever young lawyer friend informed
us the legal fraternity had also rais raised
ed raised its rates. As we understood they
had always taken everything a- man
had, we didn't see how, that could be.
He told us, however, they hjd only
put up their rates for commercial
collections from 10 to 15 percent.
"Two lovely, little witches captured
the writer last night and started off
with him, presumably intending to
stew, him in a caldron. After carry carrying
ing carrying him a block, however, they turn turned
ed turned him loose. They probably thought
he was so tough they couldn't stick a
fork in the soup he would make.
Mr. W. R. Canova of Lake City,
traveling freight agent of the Sea
board, was in town today. He was
Jnquiring about the prospect of suc success
cess success of the cotton warehouse, which
his road is naturally much interested
When the Munroe & Chambliss
Bank people arrived at their place
of business this morning, they found
that the Hallowe'en jokesters had
labeled their place of business J.'Irishj
Potato Bank." They were pleasea
rather than otherwise. Irish pota potatoes
toes potatoes are good .collateral these days.
A human life may depend upon the
accuracy and promptness with which
a prescription is looked after. Both
are features at the Court Pharmacy.
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The city's exchequer was enriched
to the tune of $45 by the recorder's
cgurt this morning. Two auto speed speeders
ers speeders were taxed $15 for exceeding the
speed limit, and one was fined $10
for failing to stop when notified by
the police officer to do so. A ten dol dollar
lar dollar bond4 .was forfeited by a colored
. man who was accused of gambling.
Mr. W. T. Gary took vRev. Steph Stephens
ens Stephens and several others out to Oak Oak-Griner
Griner Oak-Griner Farm last night to attend the
opening meeting of the Marion Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Association. When Mr. Gary re returned
turned returned to his car he found that the
boys had not stopped at pranks only,
-but had practically ruined his good good-looking
looking good-looking car by rubbing soap, and no
one knows what else into the enamel
and the marks cannot be rubbed off.
The fire department was called out
twice today. The first time to a lit lit-'
' lit-' tie cottage belonging to a colored
man near the Pond street crossing
on the Seaboard. The fire was ex extinguished
tinguished extinguished with about $5 damage.
The second was caused by sparks ig-
mtirr.'tre shingles on Mrs. Hay Hay-craft's
craft's Hay-craft's hcure on Washington" street,
ard it also was put out with little
trouble. v
Summer-field farmers have shipped
a solid carload of meat hogs to the
packing, house in Jacksonville. The
hegs bi ought 10 cents a pound on the
v Star ad, are business builder.

An old citizen, a man who long I

I ago outlived his usefulness, is report- i
i ed to have said he had lived on corn- j
hrpaH all his lifp. hut now that the
government wanted him to use as
much as-jpossible of it, he was go-f
9 .w.j fc
couldn't eat he would throw away. If
he lived in Germany and made such I

ofhis remarks will be to increase the;tjon 0f Woman's Clubs, which will be

contempt, in wnicn ne nas ong Deen,hed in Tampa Nov. 20.

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W. K. Lane. M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and ;
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,!
Florida. tf I

your prescriptions filled at Friday night, what of it? Hallowe'en
by registered pharmacists. tfjA11 the Methodist Leaguers will
gather I we'en.

Fonf tops re-covered, 3512.50, at the!? Wagon Works. Phone 84. tf If
Syrup bottle corks. Anti-Monopoly.
IIMPI Avv!l-li-n flflV I
"Mr Optician"
' if
I especially offer my services to the
people of Central Florida, and invite
personal visits or mail ordeis.
202-204 Hogan St., Park Hotel Bldg.,
FOR RENT Seven-room two-story
residence; good neighborhood, all
conveniences. Apply H. D. Stokes. 6t
trained or untrained. Apply to W.
E. Gray, at Ocala House Barber
Shop. 1-
FARM WANTED I want to pur purchase
chase purchase a farm of 150 to 200 acres, with
100 acres ftnced and in cultivation,
with barn, stable and habitable resi residence,
dence, residence, convenient to shipping point.
Terms, 10 cash, balance in four
equal annual payments, at 8 inter interest;
est; interest; Marion county preferred. Ad Address
dress Address R," care Star. 30-2t
WANTED-Old False Teeth: Don't
matter if broken. I pay $2 to $15,
per set. Send by parcel post and re receive
ceive receive check by return mail. L. Mazer,
2007 S. Fifth St., Philadelphia, Pa. 18t
WANTED Fifteen colored men are
wanted; fifteen cents per hour; chance
f or overtime. Lake County Clay Co,
Okahumpka, Fla. 30-2t J'
WANTED To buy- ten to twenty-
five, tons of velvet beans, at once.
State price. Address C. P. Howell,
Ocala, Fla. a 26-6t
TOR SALF, Or Jrade, a good horse,
some -Drooa mares ana colts; will
trade for pair medium size mules.
Address J. L. Davis, Irvine, Fla. 3t
WANTED Men's second hand shoes. surprised at the amount of
real money you can get for them. A.
Slott, one door east of 10. store,
Ocala, Fla. 29-6t
FOR RENT House on East Broad Broadway,
way, Broadway, six rooms and bath. Apply to
Mrs. McDowell, Ft. King avenue, or
phone 179. 26-6t
LOST Seven head of hogs, three
sows and four barrows; from our
farm two mjles east of town. Reward
for information Collier Bros. 26-6t
DRAY FOR SALE A heavy flat bed,
one-horse dray for sale cheap. Apply
at Star office. 24-6t
FOR RENT The large residence on
Ocklawaha avenue 'now occupied by
R. E. Layton. Possession to be given
Nov. 1st. Inquire of T. M. Moore at
postofiSce. 25-6t
FOR SALE A dandy little farm
1 miles north of courthouse; 20
acres, all under fence; nice Louse and
good bearing grape vines. $1,500
cash. Address MW. T.," care Ocala
Star. 23-lm
FOR SALE My new home in Dunn's
Highland Park addition. Fine location,
near both" schools; fruit trees, straw strawberries
berries strawberries and garden. House thooughly
screened; city water, telephone. J. E.
Frampton, 1109 E. 5th St, Ocala, Fla.
Phone 185-G. 8-lm
Watula street, north of the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian church. A first class property.
Apply to Dr. J. W. Hood. 26-tf
FOR SALE Nice lot 70 x 112 in sec second
ond second ward also nice residence lot at
$200. W. W. Condon v 21-tf
FOR SALE One small mule perfect perfectly
ly perfectly sound. Also red cane for seed;
will average 5 to 6 feet long; prices
right. Call on or write S.-J. McCully,
(Fellowship) P. O. Ocalaj Route. B. tf
FALSE TEETH We pay as high as
$17.50 per set-for old false teeth, no
matter if broken; also gold crowns,
bridgework. Mail to Berner's False
Teeth Specialty, 22 Third St., Trop,
N. Y., and receive cash by return
maQ. 16-lm


(0ntir.uJ Tbw Patr-3.
Woman's Club Meeting
The regular meeting of the Worn-
iie met tin tr ui trie e.ecuiive ooara
'will be at 2:20.
Mrs. George L. Taylor,
Recording Secretary.
A Party for Leaguers
fe?rfa 3 fate
not .n he house
at a quarter of
This Hallowe'en party will be giv-
j en at the home of Miss Ulanee Bar-
nett, and of course no one will for-
get this charming little hostess and
;her parents now live in Dr. F. E. Mc-
I Clane's bungalow.
B. Y. P. U. Hallowe'en Party
The members of the B. Y. P. U.
i gave their friends a Hallowe'en party
H.ast night in the B. Y. P. U. room ad-
! lAininflp Vi n ri c Vi n wVi TriD rvuiTn-
t Utlllli V1V J bAO W Vl VIA Vila 11V U1U
Lanier Robertson, chairman, and
Mrs. Perry Anthony, Miss Mabel
Aiken and Mr. Harry Cole, deserve
much credit for the success of. this
affair. The room was beautifully
decorated in red, black, orange and
(green, and cats, witches and "pump
kins were everywhere. All the Hal Hallowe'en
lowe'en Hallowe'en games were played, and the
guests and their callershad one of
the jolliest Hallowe'en parties in
many years. Every one was masked,
of course, about fifty of them, and at
least fifty other ghosts called during
the evening, some remaining, all eve evening,
ning, evening, others going to different haunts.
Even he refreshments carried out
the color scheme as near as possible,
grape punch-, red and green pimento
Isandwiches, banana sandwiches, pea
nut wafers and chocolate cake.
Many, friends are welcoming Mrs.
Ford H. Rogers after a several
months visit" to her farmer home in
Detroit, Mich.
Mrs. W. T. Gary reports that last
night she received 256 signed pledge
cards. Other cards are still to come
V The friends of Mrs. D. M. Smith,
who has been ill in Tampa at he
home of her niece, Mrs. Wagnon, will
be glad to near she is much improv improved
ed improved and she and the doctor will return
home in a day or two.
About fifty Jiigh school and gram grammar
mar grammar school boys and girls, chaperon chaperoned
ed chaperoned by two of their "sporty" teachers,
dressed as ghosts and literally filled
the streets last night. They played
all 'sorts of pranks, and finally they
"quietty" wended their way up the
stairway at Mrs. J. W. Davis' board board-ing
ing board-ing house and there did their very
best work in their beloved teacher,
Mr. Henderson's rooms. They,. of
course, removed the mattress and
Lthen hid his precious books, and did
other things that can't be told for it
might provoke the gentleman to see
it in the paper. The ghosts so out outnumbered
numbered outnumbered the people in the house that
they didn't ven try to resist them;
in fact, some were 'glad to assist in
making the night a Cold one for that
poor, dignified gentleman. Later an another
other another crowd of Mr. Henderson's spe special
cial special friends arrived and finished the
job in style.
Everybody will remember that
good-looking "Honey" in Skinner's
Dress Suit, Bryant Washburn, who
stars at the Temple today with Nell
Craig in "The Breakers,? an Es Es-sanay
sanay Es-sanay picture. A Pathe News will
also be shown.
Major L. T. Izlar's many friends
regret to hear that he has been quite
ill for several days, and is again con confined
fined confined to his room.
The members of the W. C. T. Y.
are requested to meet Friday after
noon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs.
T. M. Moore to finish the surgical
bandages for the soldiers and sailors
that were begun last week.
Dr. and Mrs. E. Van Hood and a
party, of friends motojed to the Oak Oak-Griner
Griner Oak-Griner Farm Baptist church this
morning to attend -the Marion Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Association meeting, which con convened
vened convened at ten o'clock. Among those
who will go out this evening to at attend
tend attend the meeting of the Woman's
Missionary Union are Mr. and Mrs.
B. H. Seymour, Mrs. W. H.' Cassels,
Mrs. Paul Durand, Mrs. J. B. Car Carlisle,
lisle, Carlisle, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Small, Mrs.
LLanier Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. R. S.
Miss Bertha Smith, formerly of this
city, but who has been in West Palm
Beach for the past eight months,
passed through Jacksonville this
week en route to Washington, where
she will be connected with the food
conservation department of the gov government.
ernment. government. Times-Union.
A. full assortment of the famous
PAKRO Seedtape. Just the thing for
the small fall garden. Ocala Seed
Store. tf


Belleview, Oct. 31. Rev. and Mrs.
B. N. Tanner came in last Saturday
from Cleveland, Ohio, where they,
have spent the past three months.
Rev. Tanner is very optimistic re regarding
garding regarding the outlook for this winter.
Mr. D. C. Stanley carried his
friends, Mr. John T. Hames, John E.
and C. A. Tremere over to Pedro last
Sunday for the purpose of visiting
Mr. Alf Proctor, who is very serious seriously
ly seriously ill.
Miss Minnie Tremere with Mrs.
Bohannon and Mrs. Newlands motor motored
ed motored to Lifke Weir Sunday for the ex express
press express purpose of diving off the
spring board at the Converse dock.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Millican have re returned
turned returned from an extended trip over
the northern and western states.
Mrs. True Whittier has returned
from a visit to Rev. Whidden and
wife at Fruitland Park.
Messrs. E. S. French, Frank Gale
and Winters Hames went on a fish fishing
ing fishing trip last Monday.
Mr?. Worry Kilpatrick is causing
considerable uneasiness to her friends
on account of her continued illness.
The Belleview lodge of Masons, had
a well attended meeting last Thurs
day night at which a number of out
of town visitors were on hand. Work
in the second degree held 'them until
a late hour.
John L. Carney, Walters Mathews,
Dr. H. W. Henry, C. E. Connor, Dr.
E. B. Lytle, E, Schnitzler, Charley
Davis, Harry Groff and Nathan Mayo
were visitors to TSelleview last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday from around Lake Weir and
Summerfield way.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Frank Haviland,
accompanied by Mrs. Hopkin3 came
in from Bridgeport, Conrv, last Fri Friday.
day. Friday. Capt. and Mrs. J. M. Beardsley
came in Tuesday on the limited from
Rock Island, Ills. One of Captain
Beardsley's first acts was, to sub subscribe
scribe subscribe for the Star.
Belleview's Subscribers to the Liberty
Adam Hafner, $500.
William F. Maier, $500.
Walter Mathews,1" $250.
Arthur E. Ashworth, $100.
Merritt M. Foxworth, $100.
Wesley T. Hall, $100.
Frank Gale, $100.
Mary A. Gale, $100.
Winters B. Hames, $100. j
James J. Nelson, $50.
John T. Hardisbn, $50.
Calvin Ward, $50.
; J. Walter Nelson, $50.
Mrs. Sarah T. Nelson, $50.
Twenty-two. hundred dollars for .a
small town like Belleview is pretty
Mr. and. Mrs. Newton D. Skinner
have1 arrived from Connecticut and
are getting settled for the winter.
Mr. John E. Tremere, U. S. navy,
left last Tuesday for his post of duty
after a ten day visit with his brother.
Mrs G. M. Edwards of Cleveland,
Ohio, is the guest of & N. Tanner
and Mrs. Tanner. She came with them
on their return to Belleview. Mrs.
Edwards may be heard from later if
she decides to locate here. This will
be decided next week. We need such
progressive people.
You can buy your bread, pies,
cakes, buns, etc., cheaper from us
than you can bake them yourself.
Carter's Bakery. tf
Notice Is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a final decree entered
by the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Ju-dicr
dicr Ju-dicr Circuit of Florida in and for Mar Marion
ion Marion county, in charcery, of date May
8th, 1917, in a certain cause therein
pending in which The Munroe and
Chambliss National. Bank of Ocala, a
corporation organized under the laws
of the United States, was complainant,
and J. X. Tiller, Jennie Tiller and
others were defendants, I, the under undersigned
signed undersigned special master in chancery, on
fifth day of November, 1917
between the hours of eleven o'clock a.
m. and two o'clock p. n., at the south
door of the Marion county court house
in Ocala, Florida, will offer for sale
and sell at public outcry to the nig.n nig.n-est
est nig.n-est and best bidder for cash the follow, follow,-ing
ing follow,-ing described lands situate in Marion
county, Florida, to-wit:
The n, if sei of nw, and ahi of
ne1,! of nwi and nw'i of ne of nwU.
section 24, township 14 S range 21 E.
Also, n$ of nw4 of ne4 of section 23,
township 14 south, range 21 east. Also,
the ei of the s of nw4 of ne4. sec section
tion section 23, township 14 south, range 21
east. Also, the ne4 of sw and seVi
of nwVi and w of wV of section 13:
of neUi seh and all of the ehk of
9wii lying east of the Ocala and Mc Mcintosh
intosh Mcintosh hard road except 15 2-3 acres
s61d to the Florida Lime Company and
four acres sold to Rou and Hall in sec section
tion section 14. AI30, eVz of neJ4 of section 23;
w2 of nwV4 f section 24; all In town township
ship township 14 south of range 21 east. Also,
one hundred shares of the capital stock
of the Tiller and Harp Company, a cor corporation
poration corporation organized under the laws of
Florida, standing in the name of
James N. Tiller, of the par value of
ten thousand dollars. Also, fifty shares
of fcs capital stock of the American
Life Insurance Company, of the par
value of five thousand dollars, stand stand-ine
ine stand-ine in the name of the said James N.
Tiller. F. R. HOCKEH.
Special Master in Chancery.
Complainant's Solicitors. 9-27-thurs
Notice is hereby given that under and
by virtue of a final decree entered by
the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial
Circuit of Florida, in and for Marlon
county, in chancery, of date August
20th. 1917, in a certain cause therein
pending in which Elizabeth J. Martin
was complainant and J. W. Melton,
Roe T. Melton, and others were de defendants.
fendants. defendants. I, the undersigned special
master in chancery, on the
fifth day of November, 1917
between the hours' of eleven o'clock a.
m. and. two o'clock p. m., at the south
door of the Marion county court house
in Ocala, Florida, a-ill offer for sale
and sell at public outcry to the highest
and best bidder for cash, the following
described land situate in Marion coun county.
ty. county. Florida, to-wit:
Lot two 2) of Block "A" of R. J.
Steele's Addition to the town of Citra.
Special Master In Chancery.
Complainant's Solicitors. 9-27-thurs


Fort King, Oct. 31. Mrs. J. W.
Rembert and children of Jacksonville
are here visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Cappleman.
Mr. Fred Neil, who accepted a po position
sition position in South Carolina some weeks
ago, is Jiere on a week's visit to
Mr. and Mrs. Winston and Mr. and
Mrs. Vaughn of Ocala visited Mr. and
Mrs. F. C Clayton Sunday afternoon.
.' A number of young people from
here enjoyed a picnic at Silver
Springs Monday night. Dancing was
enjoyed and later in the evening a
dainty lunch was served. They were
Misses Martha and Vervie Whaley,
Janie Clayton and Ida Belle Clayton,
Mr. Fred Neil, Tom and Frazier
Clayton and Hampton Terrel.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Long of Ocala,
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Clayton
Mr. and Mrs. Casper Younge visit visited
ed visited Mrs. Younge's sister and brother,
Mr. Perry Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Blair have
moved back to their home at Shady.
Lake Weir, Oct- 31. Mrs. Harold
Swope, who has been with her hus husband
band husband at Pensacola for several months,
spent the week-end with Mrs. H. W.
Henry before going to her home at
Wood mar, where she will remain for
several days before returning to Pen Pensacola.
sacola. Pensacola. Should Mr. Swope's regiment
be called to France, Mr. Swope will
reside with her mojther in Boston.
Messrs. Acheman and Ellis of Tit Tit-usville,
usville, Tit-usville, and Palm Beach, who are
partners of Mr. Carl Rose in the
Lake Weir Sand Co., spent several
days on the lake last week guests'of
Mr. and Mrs. Rose. While here they J
took seyeral trips to neighboring
towns in the interest of the sand
company, and made arrangements to
have a large barge built at their
plant, bringing" carpenters and about
ten colored men to work at the plant.
Orders are held up awaiting cars
which seem to be all in use conveying
sugar from the islands to the eastern
The Red Cross branch held a very
interesting meeting at their head headquarters
quarters headquarters last Wednesday with Mr. C.
Rhemauer in the chair, after an ab absence
sence absence in New York for several weeks.
Mr. Rheinauer. came back with a new
supply of energy lor the Red Cross
work and in addition tq that a "good
supply-of gray yarn for knitting for
the navy. This branch has through
Mr. Rheinauer been-able to get about
$35 worth of yarn and have a good
part of it knit ready to send off when
there is a call for it.
Mr. Guy Miller, the popular sales salesman
man salesman for Velvet tobacco, spent the
week end with his parents at Okla-
waha, and proceeded on to Tampa.
This is Mr. Miller's last trip on the
road as he will join the aviation corps
and no doubt we will hear great
things of him in the future.
Mr. and Mrs. George Crum of
Fredericksburg, Md- will arrive in a
few days to spend the winter as usu- j
a.1 in on nf Mr. fi. P! rnnnnr'e nf.
Itc-Molatlon Adopted by tfce Board of
Pnblle Instruction for the Couaty
of Marlon, State of Florida, at
their Remilar Meeting oa the 2nd
Day of October, IOITj
WHEREAS. On the 3rd day of Oc October,
tober, October, 1917 there was presented to this
board a petition signed by' not less
than twenty-five per cent of the quali qualified
fied qualified electors residing within Ocala
Special Tax School District Number
Onewho are also free holders therein,
requesting that this board call an elec election
tion election pursuant to the laws of Florida,
to determine whether bonds 4n the
amount of Ten Thousand Dollars shall
be issued by said district, the proceeds
of which shall be used for discharging
indebtedness Incurred tby said district
in Jjuildhig, enlarging and repairing
school houses within said district, and
furnishing same, which indebtedness
was incurred and the school houses
and furniture mentioned were and are
being used for the exclusive use of the
public free schools in said district; and
WHEREAS. Upon investigation It
appears that said petitioir was signed
by not less than twenty-five per cent
of the duty qualified electors residing
within said districC and that the same
is in the form required by law:
SOLVED, RESOLVED, by the Board of Public -Instruction
for the county of Marion,
state of Florida;, that it is hereby de determined
termined determined ay this the first meeting of
said board after the receipt of said pe petition
tition petition that Ten Thousand Dollars is
the amount of bonds required for the
purpose set forth In said petition, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: discharging indebtedness incurred
by said district in 'building, enlarging
and repairing school houses In said
district, and furnishing same, which
indebtedness was incurred and the
school houses and furniture mentioned
were and are being used for the ex exclusive
clusive exclusive use of the public free schools
within said district, that the rate of
interest to e paid on said toonds shall
be five per cent per annum," payable
annually until said bonds are Daid, and
that the principal of said 'bonds shall
toe due and payable twenty years from
the date of their issuance.
I, J. H. Brinson, secretary of the
Board of Public Instruction of Marion
county, state of Florida, hereby cer certify
tify certify that the foregoing is a, true copy
of the resolution -which it purports to
be, as the same appears on the minutes
of said board.
Witness my feand this 16th day of
October, 1917. J. H. BRINSON.
on the
27th day of November. 1917.
at the circuit court room In Ocala.'
Florida, there. will be beld an election
to determine whether or not bonds In
the amount of Ten Thousand Dollars,
bearing interest at the Tate of five per
cent per annum, payable annually, and
maturing twenty years from the date
of their issuance, shall be issued by
Ocala Special Tax School District
Number One of Marion county, Florida,
the net proceeds of which shall be
used for the purpose of discharging
indebtedness incurred by said district
in building, enlarging and repairing
school houses therein, and furnishing
same, which Indebtedness was Incurred
by said district, and the school houses
and furniture mentioned were and are
being used for the exclusive use of
the public free schools thereof.
Done by order of the Board of Pub Public
lic Public Instruction of Marlon county, state
of Florida, at Its regular meeting on
the 2nd day of October. 1917.
O. 6COTT, Chairman.
J. IL BRINSON, Secretary.

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ticle article that could Bcro Stain
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The Makings
of a Nation
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They Jfwri&iu, tfr&ec
W hv nsr now o e oil Awtm-tvt mm!..
j aaw ciuau oiuuub cav&
month and see it go into .T
I have a number of houses you can
buy that way at
call and see my list of houses from
$1000.00 up.
Room 5 Holder Blk.
Ocala. Fla.
Come in and inspect my pat patent
ent patent stove pipe fastener and
adjustable stove pipe, and
stove pipe shelf. You need" it,
can't get along without it.
210 Osceola. St., Ocala, Fla.
iTimrnT a trrnn i ri'nifiirnn
PHONES 47, i04, 303
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. : Giver More and Better
Work for the Money than any other other-contractor
contractor other-contractor in the city.
Taken up:. One black male hog;
four white feet and
weight about 300 pounds
ear crop and one split, lek,
slope. Owner can have sa
ing for this ad. and cost i
Linias Williams, Santos, Flat,
Army trench mirrors 25c Army
shaving brushes 50c and 75c ai
Ceng's. 29-tf
Chesapeake Bay Oysters received
daily at the Delicatessen Shop, Ocala
House block.

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mods:physicalLocation University of Florida
mods:note dates or sequential designation Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
funding Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855
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mods:title Ocala weekly star
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mods:geographic Ocala (Fla.)
Marion County (Fla.)
mods:country United States
mods:state Florida
mods:county Marion
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2 11 November
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