The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Berlin, Jan. 17. (By the Associat Associated
ed Associated Press. ) Dr. Carl Liebknecht and
Rosa Luxembourg have been killed.
When it became known yesterday
they were at the Hotel Eden, in the
western part' of the city, the crowd
stormed the lobby of the hotel. Both
Liebknecht and Luxembourg were

mob forestalled the efforts of the
v troops. Rosa Laixembourg was beat beaten
en beaten into insensibility and thrown into
an automobile by the crowd, the in intention
tention intention being to take her to prison.
sA few blocks down the street a second
moo naited tne car, a man jumped .on
the running board and shot her thru
the head. The mob dragged the body
out of the car and it is supposed the
body was thrown into the canal. In
the meantime troops had started with
Liebknecht for prison in another car.
A punctured tire caused the car to
stop. Liebknecht tried to escape and
the soldiers shot him.
Miami by Moonlight and a Visit to
Royal Palm Park
Fort Lauderdale, Jan. 14.
Editor Star: To enjoy the height
of any season on Biscayne Bay is a
pleasure and delight, but. : a mid midwinter
winter midwinter spent upon its golden, sun sun-kissed
kissed sun-kissed or moon-tipped shores is a joy
unforgettable. Biscayne bridge; the
connecting link between Miami and
Miami beach, is .'three miles, in length.
From its center at all times a mag magnificent
nificent magnificent view is, to be had of the bay bay-shores
shores bay-shores in all directions. But one of
the grandest is the reflection of the
lights from Miami during the early
evening hours.
The display at night
is always beautiful and just now the
natural tropical scenes are augment augmented
ed augmented by a moonlight that ; makes one
feel as tho. transported to Eden. On
the great expanse of water-front art
pleasure launches, craft and private
yachts of every class, that seem at
night to be palaces of light, spreading
a panorama of splendor to' be seen
no where else on earth. The Bay of
Naples on a summer day may be
more softly beautiful and dreamlike,
but for beauty that defies tradition
and challenges description and com comparison,
parison, comparison, there is nothing comparable
to Biscayne Bay views of Miami with
her thousands of lights in the early
hours of a raid-winter evening.
Last Friday-was an incomparable
day, spent visiting among former
Ocala friends who are now resident
; members of the Miami colony. First
a call was made at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. John H. Workman, on Riv Riv-erside
erside Riv-erside Heights. This section of Miami
was named by Mrs. Cbas.P. Chazal,
formerly Miss Hester Dewey of
. Ocala. The name was awarded thru'
a contest. It is a beautiful section of
the city and most appropriately nam named.
ed. named. With Mr. and Mrs. Workman are
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Dodge, Mrs.
Workman's parents, formerly of our
city. Dr. Dodge's health is very poor
and just now he is confined to his bed.
Mrs. Jack Hiers and sister, Mrs. W.r
V. Newson, were looking especially
well, as was also Hiss Jefferson Bell,
the popular society editor of the Mi Miami
ami Miami Herald. Bliss Bell is a power of
strength, both politically and socially,
in the' "City by the Sea," and is easi easily
ly easily the most quoted lady in Miami,
h Miss Flora Maddox we found at
her post of duty on Twelfth street, in
Douglass' popular emporium, and she
asked of almost every one in Ocala.
Dr. and Mrs. J. M.y Jackson are
I moving this week into a palatial new
Rome fronting on Biscayne Bay.
Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Blalock have
leased their home for the season, and
divide their time between a cute lit little
tle little apartment and .taking their meals
with the latter's mother, Mrs. Rich Richardson,
ardson, Richardson, who is proprietor of a delight-
iui "oasis" on seventn avenue.
Meeting Mrs. E. II. Mote of Lees Lees-burg,
burg, Lees-burg, was a very greatpleasure. Mrs.
Mote is visting relatives and with
them is enjoying a delightful cruise
around the keys this week.
Lieut. Luther Mershon joined our
party for a motor ride in the after afternoon
noon afternoon which included Dinner Key and
Cocoanut Grove. h En route to the lat
ter place we encountered the first
piece of roadway that in any degree
suggested "up state interior condi
tions." However that was not much;
and we "looped the loop" to Twen
wcui ateuue auu iaii uuir XfJL an 1X1-
spection of the Tamiami Trail, which
is the connecting link to the Fort My Myers
ers Myers division. The road, leading along
"1, J.1 T r-
miles is perfect, and will soon be en
N tirely completed and opened to the
public. :
Leaving Fort Lauderdale early
Sunday morning, a two-hours brisk
spin found us again on Twentieth
evenue traveling southward, thence
into Ingram highway; en route to the
j Royal Palm Park. Ingram highway
-i is the connecting link between Miami
, end Cape Sable, elading right through
the heart of Royal Palm Park, It
T7ss named for the lamented vice
president of the East Coast railway,
end 'is a road worthy of the highest
commendation. It leads through the
- rr.zzt scenic section of the state, and

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Uerlin, Wednesday, Jan. 15. (By
the Associated Press.) With elec elections
tions elections for the national assembly" less
than four days off, the bourgeoise
parties are bringing every effort to
rally the male" and female voters in a
gigantic protest against Bolshevism.
The government is making extensive
efforts to protect the polling places
during the voting Sunday. It is now
considered doubtful" if the radicals
will jointly poll more than forty-five
percent of the total vote.

f i Associated .tress
Columbus, Jan. 17. The Ohio Pub Pub-lie
lie Pub-lie Utilities Commission today for formally
mally formally "rejected the order of Wm. G.
SlcAdbo, as director general of rail railroads,'
roads,' railroads,' providing for an increase v in
zone express rates so far as their
operation in Ohio is concerned.
(Associated Presaj
Atlanta, Jan. 17:- The search for
George Crawley and other alleged de deserters
serters deserters and slackers in the' mountains
around Biairsville- by United States
is believed to be continuing today, but
nothing has been received here as td
the results of the chase.
is to be completed and opened for
public use about October 1st. The
country through which this highway
passes on this side of the park is flat,
matted with short wire grass and
overgrown with a thick growth of
short leaf pine. The strata of earth
is of coral formation, the trees have
no : tap-roots and topple over very
easily.. Many orange and grapefruit
groves are to be seen from the read read-way,
way, read-way, and we were told that for the
planting of them hole pits liad to K.
blasted and earth-filled. The trees are
of scrubby gtowth, but luxuriant in
coloring and heavy bearers. On ac account
count account of the coral rock not", much
trucking is done in this section.
Across from .-the tiny village of
Cutler, about twelve miles south of
Miami, where Mr. D. S. Woodrow is
engaged m keeping books for Uncle
Samat the Chapman gun station and
facing on Ingram highway is "Quail
Roost," the quaint suburban home of 1
Mr. C. M. Brown. Mr. and Mrs.
Brown are spending this winter at
"Quail Roost," their city home on; Bis Biscayne
cayne Biscayne Bay being leased to former
President Gomez and family of Cuba.
At! Homestead, the former home of
Mrs. B. H. Seyrnour, a stop was made
for ice cream cones, thence on to
Florida City, which is the last town
on the main land -eri route to Key,
West.' It is a pretty and thrifty look looking,
ing, looking, little city, snuggled off way down
there among the pines. Florida City
is also the "water tank" of Key West,
all water being taken from this point
in great tanks on flat cars. On the
outskirts of the little city is Long Long-view,
view, Long-view, and it is at this point that th
mdst southern woman's club building
v& located, except, of course, at Key
West." It is said to he a thrifty club
with a splendid membership. Between
this, point and the Royal Palm Park
a ; million dollary corporation has re recently
cently recently been established for the culti cultivation
vation cultivation of sisal, a kind of fiber plant
suited to the rocky section, for the
making of ropes. A thousand acres
are to be put in cultivation at once.
Through this dominion the Ingram
highway is as smooth as the walks
about our court house and as our big
Buick spun along I marveled at the
might of man" in this: far away
country. .' ;
As the speedometer registered its
seventeenth mile, we drew up before
the Royal Palm Park lodge, a quaint
and artistic brown house, equipped
with every modern improvement ex
cept electric lights, ior wnicn it is
wired. ,Royal Palm Park, formerly
known as Paradise Key, is located on
the upper border-land of the Ever
glades and is an island of 950 acres,
surrounded by shallow water filled
with saw-grass that some day is to
te masted out -to iurtner perfect a
Venetian sea of emerald green and
crystal blue. A scenic highway cir circling
cling circling the entire Jsland is also being
contemplated and when finished will
make this sylvan beauty spot the un
rivaled one of the state. The garden
plot about the lodge at this season is
a blossoming mass of wild verbenas.
Wild pepper trees almost shoulder
hjgh, loaded with green, golden and
crimson pods are clustered near the
house. The forest warden has cut out
mile sof trails through the forest to
thermost interesting spots. Hundreds
of royal palms are growing every everywhere
where everywhere on this wonderful island, which
i3 almost entirely covered with a
dense growth of hammock. It is the
purpose of the Federation of Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Clubs to retain these natural
beatuies just as nearly as nature
created them as possible and preserve
the quietness of "the "forest as a sanc sanctuary
tuary sanctuary for the birds of the air, and
things that crawl. It time it will be
a naturalist's paradise and a botan botanist's
ist's botanist's heaven, species of plant life hav having
ing having been found growing here that

At His Request Supreme Council

Holds Its Rule for Secrecy
in Abeyance
Paris, Tuesday, Jan. 14. (By the
Associated Press.) At the instance
of President Wilson the supreme
council decided today to hold in abey
ance" the proposed rule for virtual
secrecy regarding its deliberations
beyond the information given in offic official
ial official statements. It also decided to re
quest the representatives of the Brit-
ish, American and Italian press to
present some plan for reporting the
Paris. Jan. 17. CoL E. M. House
was so much improved he sat up to
day. Last night Colonel House had a
half-hour conference with President
Wilson, who drove to the House
apartment. As a precautionary meas
ure, Colonel House s physician will
Drobablv forbid his attending the
opening session of the peace confer?
ence Saturday.
. (Associated Press)
Madison, Jan. 17. The Wisconsin
legislature has completed ratification
of the federal prohibition amendmenl
American mothers with wounded
sons in France should come, first with
statesmen these days, and Senator
Fletcher and Representative Clark
are mindful of the fact.
Mrs. Emily Green of this city has
just received the following letter
from Senator Fletcher:
Washington, January 14.
Mrs. O." T. Green, Ocala, Fla.;
My dear Mrs. Green: I am -in re
ceipt of your letter of the 11th. inst.,
and beg ad advise that I immediately
t(Jok uphe matter of your son's con
dition with- the adjutant general oi
the army. He informs me that the
war department has received an unof unofficial
ficial unofficial report that your son was
wounded about October 30th, and sent
to hospital No. 61. f On January 7th
the war department sent a cable re
questing more detailed information
concerning your son. As soon as they
receive the; reply they will communi
cate with me, and I will advise you.
The adjutant general also informed
me that at present no passports are
being issued due to the fact that those
sick irv the hospitals of the American
Expeditionary Force are being re
turned to this country just as rapidly
as transportation laciuues permit.
Assuring you of my desire toserve
you in any way possible, and trusting
that it will not be long before you
hear favorable news concerning your
son,. I remainr yours respectfully,
Duncan U; Fletcher.
The cablegram MrFletcher refers
to was sent at the request of Mr.
Clark, who is continuing his attempts
to find out Sergeant Green's condi
tion. Mrs. Green's last letter from
her son was brief; but' he said he was
doing .fine."." He is unable to write
yet except with great effort.
Blitchton, Jan. 15. -The farmers
are busy saving oats.
Mr. John Triplett left Saturday for
Irvine to spend, a few days with Dr.
Davis before returning to Chester, S.
C. V
Dr. and Mrs. S. H. Blitch and
Messrs. Landis and Loonis "Blitch at
tended services at.Citra Sunday morn
Mr. Fenton Blitch is on this side
again and is now -stationed at Char
Mr. Goree Blitch is with tMe hospi
tal corps in France and likes his
work, only he misses the fruit Florida
Misses Lillian and Lois Blitch and
Lydia and Mildred Coulter spent Sun
day at Fellowship with little Miss
Mary Irvine. Sunday being Mary's
birthday shev entertained a number of
her young friends with a urkey din
Mr. Laudon Peterson of Morriston
called Tuesday.
Dr. Blitch is spending a few days
on the east coast.
Mr. and Mrs. BufSington of Atlan Atlanta,
ta, Atlanta, Ga., have purchased the Marston
farm and will make Florida their
home. '
Ensign Lonnie Ferguson and Miss
Maude Ferguson of Reddick spent
Saturday here.
grow nowhere else in the United
At sunset, when your footsteps lead
from the shaded paths into the wind-
mg roaoway, leading out across tne
marshes to far away Cape Sable, one
feels very near the ,blue of God's per
fect sky, and in touch with the sofe
blendings of colors all about you, the
t refreshing salt air to breathe and no
noises 'except the occasional song of a
bird or the singing of the evening
I winds through the treetops. "Nature
, then is at her best and it is a tonic for
.one's soul -and mind as well as one's
. body. Returning thus was brought to
; a close one of the most joyous days
ox my visit. juiss jwan.

Many Lives Lost When a French

Steamer Went Down in the
Straits of Messina
. (Associated Press)
Rome, Friday, Jan. 16 The French
steamer Chaproi struck a mine in the
straits of Messina, sinking in a few
minutes. Five hundred passengers.
mostly Greeks, Serbians and Rus
sian's, were drowned. Another steam steamer
er steamer saved 150 passengers.
(Associate (J Jress)
London. Jan. 17. The S Danish
government has published a decree
suspending constitutional guarantees
in the province of Barcelona, accord according
ing according to a wireelss dispatch from
(Associated Press)
Madrid, Jan. 17. Nikolai JLeninp is
among the Russians who landed at
Barcelona, according to the newspap
ers here.
Notes from the Great State Meeting
Held This Week in Tampa
Those attending from the Marion
association were Rev. and Mrs. WH.
Wrighton and Mrs. Van Hood from
Ocala; Mrs. T. N. Strange and Mrs.
J. T. Rawls from Dunnellon: Rev.
W. J. Folks and daughter from
Romeo; Mrs. John Epperson from
Williston; Mr. G. W. Scofield, Rev. T.
J. Rorex and Mr. George Dame of
nverness; ,Rev. Newton Plummer
from Anthony.
The Marion association was honor
ed with the following appointees for
office: Mr. Geo. W. Scofield as one of
the vice presidents of the convention
and a member of the state hoard of
missions; Mrs. L. W. .Duval, state
chairman of the "Margaret Wilson
und" for the education of the- chil
dren of missionaries, and Mrs. Van
Iood. as historian and vice president
of a division of six associations.
The attendance upon the conven conven-ion
ion conven-ion was the largest in several years.
There were over 500 delegates.
The hospitality of Tampa was all
hat could be desired. The homes of
the Baptists of the city were opened
o the visitors and automobiles fur
nished for transportation. The two
great dailies of the city were gener generous
ous generous with space in which to report full
proceedings,' and Dr. C. W. Duke, pas
tor of the hostess church, a prince of
Prominent in woman's work was
Mrs. J. H. Mellon, formerly of Ocala,
and Mrs. B. W. Blount, now of Jack
sonville, but a few years ago an ac
ive worker in the Ocala Baptist
church and still greatly beloved by
her host of friends in this city and
by the young women of the Philathea
class of the Baptist church, of which
she ws& the founder. Mrs. Blount is
now Ctate chairman of the "Training
School Fund," for the education, of
young women for mission work and
church efficiency.
One of the most prominent and lib
eral members of the First church in
Tampa is Mr. Walter B. Gray, for
merly of Lake Weir, where he still
owns large interests.
Active and useful among the wom
en workers oi the irst church of
Tampa are Mrs. Leila Gray Clayton
and Mrs. Mollie Gray Parker, fonner-
y members of the Lake Weir Baptist
church. Miss Katharine Parker took
the beautiful character of Syrian girl
in the mission pageant presented on
Monday evening.
Mrs. J. H. Mason, nee Miss Minnie
Stovall, added greatly to the pleasure
of the Ocala delegation by entertain
ing at luncheon on Thursday at the
Tumpa Bay hotel.
The financial report of the boards
were the best in their history. The
state board of missions went "over
the top" with an offering of $113,931.
Disbursements, $112,750. Balance to
begin a new year $1,240. The Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Missionary Union, whose aim had
been $16,000, reported beside much
war work and monies contributed thru
that channel, over $17,000. The aim
set for the coming year is $150,000.
Among the-visiting ministers were
Dr. D. B. Gray, secretary of the
home mission board of the Southern
Baptist Convention; Dr. J. IL Car
ver of the Theological Seminary.
Louisville, Ky.; Dr. E. G. Dargan,
secretary of the educational .depart
ment of the Southern Baptist Conven
tion, and Dr. Deaver, president of
Mercer University, Macon, Ga and
the Southern Eduvational Convention.
Seasoned oak fire wood 16 to 18 in inches
ches inches long, delivered anywhere in
Ocala. Phone 185-A. J. C. Johnson,
Ocala, Fla. 6-lm
' Received today by express a ship shipment
ment shipment of Nunnallys candies at Ceng's
Orug Store. t 3-tf
Dr. C. W. Morexnen, dental surgeon,
Commercial Bank building.' OGce
phone- 211. Residence phone 20X
Ocala, Fla. tz

Over Four Thousand Men Ccmlns

Home on the Melita and
(Associated Press) 0
Washington, Jan. 17- The sailing
of the transports Melita and Orizaba,
bringing 4300 Americans from France
is announced.
Zone and price regulations on cokeL
and all coal, except Pennsylvania an anthracite,
thracite, anthracite, have been suspended by the
fuel administration, effective Feb. L
Notice is given of suspension subject
to reinstatement, if price, wage, la labor
bor labor and other conditions require.
Senator Porah addressed the Sen
ate today in protest against secrecy
at the peace conference. He said the
question was whether President Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's point for open diplomacy was
discarded entirely.
t Associated Press) v
Washington, Jan. 17. The Senate
yesterday adopted the resolution of
its resolution committee recommend
US that no actionbe taken on the dis-
loyalty charges brought against Sen Senator
ator Senator LaFollette of Wisconsin because
of statements in his speech of Sept.
10, 1917, before the Non-partisan
League at St. PauL The vote was 50
to 21.
Both Florida senators voted against
he resolution and Senator Williams
of Mississippi unmercifully scored it.
Today: "The Cabaret," with an All-
Star cast, consisting of Carlisle
Blackwell, 'June Elridge, Montagu
Glass and others. Also Mutt and Jeff.
Jan. 18: Fritzi Bumstte in "The
Velvet Hand," and OScial War Re
Jan. 20: Olive Tell in "Secret
Strings" and Drew comedy.
Jan. 21: Alice. Brady in "The Better
Half," and Pathe News.
Jan 22: Road show, "Watch Your
Jan. 23: Mary Pickford in "How
Could You, Jean," and Pathe News.
Jan. 24: Montague Love in "To
Him that Hath" and Mutt and Jeff
jan. 4C01 ituui iiiiora in ine j-are
of Luxury," and Official War Review.
Jan. 27: Emmy Whelan in "His
Bonded Wife," and Drew Comedy.
Jan: 28: Clara Kimball in "The
Savage Woman," and Pathe' News.
Jan. 20: Peggy Hyland in "Mar
riages are Jade."
Jan 30-31'. and F.. 1: "Hearts of
he World."
Belle view, Jan. 15. Mrs. C rand ell
and Mrs. Haskell came from Ocala
Saturday. Saturday night M rs. Cran Cran-delPs
delPs Cran-delPs Sunday school class gave her a
party at the Haskell farm. v
Mrs. E. A. Pplly came Sunday from
Mfs. C B. Bates returned to Belle-
view Friday and is boarding with the
Skinners as usual.
Mr. Weaver's friend, Mr. Backroad
from Ohjo is visiting him.
Mr. 0 M. Gale a father and mother
are expected this week. They will oc occupy
cupy occupy the new home built for them
near Mr. Gale's.
Mrs. Ruth Nelson and Mrs. Warren
Smith were in Ocala Saturday.
There was a surprise party given
to J. D. HarreH's family Tuesday eve evening.
ning. evening. A .pleasant time is reported.
Mr. Sidney Smith's son from
Greensboro came Monday night.
Don't forget the vaudeville and
movies at the league hall Friday
Mrs. Haywood' and "daughters re
turned to their home in the north last
week, called by the death of a rela relative.
tive. relative. The Civic League will keep open
house every" Wednesday afternoon.
Everybody invited to come and bring
their fancy work. Those wishing to
3o so can take up basketry again.
Mr. and Mxs. E. V. Dyess of Jack
sonville were guests at the Lake View
hotel Jan. 11th. They were looking
for a farm in Marion county.
, Mr. L. L. Baxley of Hawthorn and
Miss Wren Blackman of Summerfield
were married Jan. 10th at the resi
dence of Rev. and Mrs. Jones, Rev.
Jones performing the ceremony. They
were guests at the Lake N View hotel
Jan. 11th and left on the noon train
Sunday for Hawthorn.
The following were registered at
the Lake View hotel the past week:
Mr. J. E. South and wife of Gallax,
Va.; Rev. R. II. Martin, Jacksonville;
Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Dyess, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Baxley,
Oakley will entertain the
thimble social for the Ladies Aid on
next Tuesday, Jan. 21st.
The V. tC. T. U. invites all to at attend
tend attend a puiic meetingat the Baptist
church Sunday night after the B. Y.
P. U. services. A good pre gram is
planned. Everybody welcome.


(Associated Press)
Amsterdam, Jan. 17. The armis
tice between the Allies and Germany
has been extended, the agreement be
ing signed by Mathias Erzbenrer.
late Wednesday at Treves, according
to a Berlin dispatch.
London, Jan. 17. President Raven Raven-stein
stein Raven-stein of the Imperial Bank of Ger
many, has been ordered to Spa by
Marshal Foch, according to a Berlin
dispatch, to attend the conference
concerning Entente financial cersand3
oa Germany.
(Asiociited Press)
Havana, Thursday, Jan. 14. Tele
graphers, conductors, agents and
brakemen of the United Railways
Company struck tonight for higher
pay and better working conditons.
Concessions offered by the company
were rejected.
The following letter, altho unsign
ed, is evidently from John T. Colley,
bugler of Company A:
Conlie France, Dec. 2, 1018.
Editor Star: Sitting in the oCce to
night and thinking of the eld town cf
Ocala and some of my friends ther,
I thought that I would write just to
let, them know that the boches didn't
get me and that I don't think that
they will ever get the chance a"s the
war as the French say is fini3 and
France is once more the same little
country, except for the devastated
villages and towns up country, but
in good time it will be the samelittla
country that she once was.
We last saw Capt. Drake several
weeks ago and can't say as to where
he went, but from all we can hear he
went to the front, and must ay right
here that we didn't know how to ap appreciate
preciate appreciate a good company commander
and if we ever get him back again we
will be more than willing-to soldier a
good deal harder than we ever die he he-fore
fore he-fore lor him." He was recomxneLied
here for efaciency and was sent to the
front in command of a battalion, or
that was the last report thta we had
from him.
We haven't seen Lieut. Marsh since
our arrival on thi3 side, but I guess
that he. was also held up for eqttlq',
gtod purpose.
We are enjoying at the present!
time what is known as the rainy rea reason
son reason and believe me I think that they!
must have rain the year around from
what I have seen. I don't think it has
failed but about two day3 since I ar arrived
rived arrived over here and that is the only
thing that I can find that I can say I
dislike France for.- .
But guess we will be back in the
states before long and then all the
likes and dislikes will not amount to
Regards to everybody in Ocala.
The Old Bugler and
Two Co. A Sergeants.
Shady, Jan. 15. Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Blair and baby, Irraa cf Ocala,
were visiting Mrs. Blair's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam. Redding last Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown and chil children
dren children of Santos were Sunday visiters
of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. E. Gaikin and
Mr. Z. V. Freeman of Belleview has
rented the Vcgt farm and i3 moving
there this week. Having lived in
Shady several years before moving
to Belleview, it is only natural that
they are coming back. We extend a
welcome to them.
Mr. Reuben Redding, who some
time ago bought the 440 acres cf land
known as the old Williams prcperty,
is fencing and clearing it preparatory
to cultivating it.
Mr. Charlie Freeman and faimly,
who have made their home in Shady
for several months, will move to Bird
l&lana, near bouth J-cxe ieir. lit.
Jame3 Brown cf Santos' will partner
ship with Mr. -Freeman in the farm
ing and trucking business.
We made a mistake last week we
wish to correct: Mr. and Mrs. Pries
of Citra are at the Edward3 farm in instead
stead instead of Mr. Stapp cf Ocala.
Rev. W. IL Wrighton and Dr. J. E
Chace of Ocala came out to the church
Sunday 'afternoon and Rev. Wrighton
made a strong appeal for the Armen
ian and Assyrian relief fund. A local
committee is to be appointed with
Mr. G. T. Liddon as chairman.
Labor is high and scarce too. Seme-
'.times we can't see our way dear to
raise food for our own country and
foreign lands too, but here's hoping,
ever hoping for the best.
We are reliably informed that Rev.
R. Strickland will preach .at the
'church next Sunday, so don't be
I afraid of being disappoitned again and
jail come who can.
I She knows that you know the bet
candies Jacobs'. The Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. lC-Ct

Dictator IY

Pari?, Th
ulitnry ll:
reached zzi :
statement f:
1 0 i I
Ocala. Physician
Dr F rr
ceived the fcllor,
I am author;::,
commifsiencrj cf
advise ycu t"i ;
to the icz'Alcii
the reforr i-..,
the board C:: li lithe
the lithe earlicil j
ing by Tall..;.
consultation v.
i f
Dr. T'-T'
gratulstirns c I ,
this even:::,: t, .
nis wne ar.i ; v
te in Tall;.'.,.
Of more t!.-n c
be the err-"
lin's intcrr..'.: : .1
succc-3 cr..;t!: 1
v h 1 ch c j ni 1 3 t ) 1
nesday eveninj.
With its
. 1.. .....
and plethora cl d;
it will prove to L
it a riot rsf rr'-.r.
gayety from t!:-1 1
tain until tho .
"Watch Your f
ccmeiy cf i:'..'.:
spice cr.J r !,
ens and cf tv:
13 activity ar. 1 ; r.
all tirr.os by t::2 r
pany, ho .trl.
cnt of th 2 I'll: : :
Tlie ccrr.T.r.v
balanced in :
all clever ani t'.?
a goodly number
women, who dar.rc
ally or gracefully
concerted r.urr.h--r
11 in v.
1 tf,
uiu iiuaies are r
to the care thr.t ;
producing w Watch
Mar era ret erc r-
Winifred An;;! in,
James II Hun:e, C
Harrington, Vi:::?.
Clarke, cnd'evcr
x cr
V a 1 1. j. i 1 1 It'-
Cryiii Riv.r V.'
Ilks Ani.'i II:.
Or.-. 1 o T., ... ..
week's f.nht
ro m Ifc t, 4
iT. Xlcy C. 7"
com 2.
Mrs. John. Wa'..:.
moved cn the Wcr
Mrs. B. W. li
ter frcm her f
from Pc rth-.- 1
the rh;; hi : c."
i.. ii.
n r y t - lay. 3 Ar.r.h I
Harvey cf Cry:'
OX ill
T.:e lie -h
heme c th:: : r
Webb. After t"
ana prayer, ...
ines3 were t;.htr.
It was vcU J th -1
cf cf m-2etln.7 fr
fourth Tuesdcvs
1 1 rr-L. t
tary would Le ah
also voted to r
arjd his wife-rr.;.
as we have hcrct
iness part4 cf th
then enjoyed tnu
clal converge for
hoctcrs a-clctc I
cry rrrrc j
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-Vcr?r ,lar Kiwpt Sunday by




Il "- Carroll, Prewtdent
I'fnvtritso.Ml, Secretttry-Treawurer
II. Ilenjamlu; editor

-terea at Ocala, Fla.. -oatoffIce as
ona-class matter

I."?". fle r..nB.

i if, uoauieUBC

"I EM licit Assnri i-


itk-,1 fr.r Yv as exclusively

otnep wise credited In this paper
elnMr. tlocal ews published
ei?i aY rhUi of republication of

ve3. r 'v"c Jirein are aiso re-



Miive JngprttnTio u

. V4JQ, V I I Ml' II M I M I (INKI

Vonar-L c,ent additionaL Composl-
imld 0n ada. that run leas than

v. ;.; JP,er. Jnch. Special position

ih, aunu onal T-t. .,,.a -r.

Oft In Tilr,,,. . uo-o-j Vi
lii mmirnum. Lei than fir tnAho

1 take

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... t; v. ix tt;. wmrn win r

;rVi '.V,i'y 5c per line for first

1". Per line for each subse

r m- AT"101, nte change a week
irwed en readers, without-extra com-

a OC t TO mn v,, ..

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in that tirre the doctor has proven
himself a first-class -citizen. He vol

unteered into the medical corps at
the beginning of the war and was

promoted and kept in active service
until a month after the armistice, resigned in order to resume

his practice. He is entirely uncon unconnected
nected unconnected with politics. He is much bet

ter fitted for the position tnan any
man who has ever held it, and if the
board gives him a free hand and
backs him up webelieve he will soon
make the school look like another in institution.
stitution. institution. .-


(Proposed by the Palm Beach Post)


. i i a 1



in advance 1.50

The meeting of the board of trade
last night was a very encouraging
one, .about fifty representative citi citizens
zens citizens being present; and all showing
great interest in ; the work qf ; the
boardT. '"' ; -.
President Welch called the meeting
to order, ibut being unable, on ac account
count account of illness in his family, to re remain,
main, remain, called Mr. C. W. Hunter to the
chair. Mr. C. P. Chazal acted as sec secretary.
retary. secretary. ;;' ". ;
Mr. Hunter made a vigorous ad address,
dress, address, which seemed to' sound the
keynote of the meeting. It was to

the effect that the board needed per personal
sonal personal service and interest rather than

money tho a little money comes in
handy. He impressed on those pres

ent, that this was their town, and if
they did not do their best to improve

it, it was their fault if it was not im im-proved.
proved. im-proved. It was the same by the board

of trade that men who did not at attend
tend attend and help it work had no right to

criticise its sins of omission or com-

, FwreJarn :
tX 4 Vi.iTl C ft m m m
in aMnce...,


. 4.25
. 2.25
. .80

vrc f, diplomacy is hard to throw
nf t!.e saddle;

hi r.

about time Ocala had

fif hi;..r i tavorite tor tjresident in

W Ir' Hiert C. Hoover. He has

tact than anv other American

i:;ciit magazine writer says:
. d not reason much

i TP

t:ir, w:;r. lncv r-avocate twnat

1 "it"vc to be popular." Which
.v -hf ',v littli? a magazine writer
a I v.irx'r of his Fuhkct,

i a mi





into thirteen

-' :if. !nv

tiays eacn,

d'-r;o the datf

of dividing
months of
and says if
on the days

v- .-Az v.-ould not have

to be

Thrti are SG5

J j-

L-.'ts Fee

! ye ar. Thirteen .times 28
jio are seven days in the
'.-'.ICS in the year. Seven

Id'. What will the' Her Her-that
that Her-that odd day?

'i- n c-civod yesterday postcards
I by a o!dicr in the army of
;i at Luxemb-j'urg about Dec.
i I 4y were turned over to the pos pos-:
: pos-: atlioiities at liordaux on -Dec.
r rly four vct!o later, and were
t n days, on the way from Bor Bor-::
:: Bor-:: tu Ocala. Under ordinary cir-

t';, it would take a letter
two days to go from Luxem Luxem-,
, Luxem-, to Bordeaux. Eighteen days
: ' Ocala is fairly good

:.t present.

"ITP"- courts having spoken it

ars ti:.It"the honest man who will

claim that a drink be

a h v.-ants it cannot have it, in

triiitfry. The drinks are reserv-

'or siek men and liars, and if
"z continue in the drying-up cam cam-it
it cam-it tae tribes cf don't feel well and

aricators will increase enormous-

-Times-Union. ; "f
leer up, contcraporary. The num

of men who wltnt whisky so badly

;they will perjure themselves to
in it is not p;rcat enough to upset

equilibruim of the universe.

tlic tame mistake

:--:a that he made about
Had ht; joined the Allies in

: rlror.,' force into Russia

vammci, the lives of thou-

Letter class of Russians,
th'.-'o of our faithful
ta Czeclio-SIovaks, would
j :avtd. and Bolshevism
V' I- 'n t.'; ba-ily engaged

'an front to 'be

; And it looks lil

4 i : ...oing to be made

i (-I 1 Ley may 'be 'left' to

" they are crushed.

.Trihane, speaking

o v i r r, :nent depart-

tit all complaints about

?..iiway service' should

t t the he ads, of said cle

. arI taat it docs not be-.-a,
Barlcsop or Hoover

of an inf;aitc-imal part of

j isetiat-d by the men
ra. Tho trouile ia, and the

A.l know it, that it is impos

t- T 1 ?A uoo, Bra leson or any

i?,,r cmi.ivvJ oCIeial to pay

. to an ir.I.mtesimal: amount

rarlaiit.s iac.Je. There are
i : 1 1 c n :r. u t: : : ati on s of the
'".vry cj'i.artmcnt every day

r r cculJ read. Consequent

a matter;; are referred to
Tl: culy way for a citizen or

mission. t

Talks along the same line, with

valuable suggestions and a manifest
disposition to push the work of the

board ; were- made by Messrs. J. M.

Meffert, J. Ml Thomas,' John Taylor,

A. L. Izlar, E. T. Helvenston, F. W.

Ditto, Harry Borland, Ferguson, D. E."

Mclver, George MacKay, J. W. Davis,

R. H. Todd,.C. P. Chazal, J. E. Chace,

L A. Waterman, George Chace,

LtOgan. J. M. JacKson and several


Mr. Louis W. Duval, who was not

present, was elected president, and a

committee was appointed to wait on

him and urge the necessity of his

ervmg ptlr.'J,. M.-'Thomas was elect-

ea treasurer. The selection of a sec
retary was left' to the board of gov

ernors. it was decided that the board

of governors is to meet every Thurs
day evening to : look after the bust

ness affairs of the board. There are

o be twelve governors, five in the

city and the others in various parts

of the county. The board of trade

itself is to meet every second -and

fourth Thursday evening. k

The large number of communici

ions on hand, awaiting the work of

a secretary to answer them, show how

much of a necessity the board is to

he town. ; Information is asked for

about farms, stock, water, maps
freight shipments,-" schools in fact

everything that people who might

come here desire to know; t

A committee was appointed & to

mane a vicrorous canvass lor new

members, and at the Nnext meeting

plans will be made to try to enlist a

large proportion of the citizens into

the board.

After a profitable session, the

meeting 'adjourned, having set pace

that will, be of great benefit to the

town if it can be kept up.


"He Fights by the Book of Arithme Arithmetic'
tic' Arithmetic' MercuUo
They have actually discovered in
Boston thaj culture has been covering
a multitude of sins of omission to

reach the people with general infor

mation about fundamental truths nec necessary
essary necessary to life, liberty and the pursuit

of happiness; and the Bostonese are
now busy with the big idea of teach

ing the old idea as well as the young

how to shoot, and to ring the bulls

eye from all positions with any weap


It is very much the same kind of

story in Arkansas and Oregon, Ohio
and Mississippi, and the treason, is

urnished by the Hon. Philander

Priestly Claxton, commission of "edu "education
cation "education -of the U. S. A., in his reDort

for the year 1917. In his opening
paragraph he says:' "The war. is the

outstanding fact for education, as for

every other department of life in

1917. With the entrance of the United
States into the conflict and the neecs neecs-sary
sary neecs-sary mobilization of the military, in

dustrial and intellectual resources of

the' nation, education as a national
concern has assumed a significance

hitherto unrealized, and the task of

the bureau of education -as the na

tional agency for education has be

come greater 'and more definite than

at any time since its creation, half
a century ago."

All over the country the experience

of the past year and a quarter of

mobilization has proven the old ways

oi teacmng inet people to nave xanen

short of the country's needs, and the

new demand for increased production
has offered new problems. J

It is now necessary for the .people

to go to school and stay at home and

work. ; r ' -;.

And it is necessary for everybody to

do it. ;. ; ;:r:.

This is a war measure.
The only way to do this is to carry

the, school to the people where they

live. '. '

University extension is the only

educational systeta that does this.

University extension is a war meas

ure, i; ;"v;:;..

Let Florida get out in front.


RATJES. Six line maximum, one
time 25c; three tjmea 50c; six times
Y5c. ; one month $3. Payable In advance.





WANTED--Room and board by a
gentleman in private family. Box
233, city. ? 17-2t

visible machine, Remington or Smith

Premier. Apply to C. E. Coody, this

city. - 17-6t

LOST Thursday morning", Jan. 16th,
ladies Knight Templar pin. Reward
if returned to clerk' at .Harrington

hall: 16-3t

FOR SALE Good young milk cow
and calf at a bargain. Call phone

279. 15-3t

The banks will be closed Monday,

January 20th on account of Lee's
birthday holiday. :

Commercial Bank.
Ocala National Bank.
The Munroe & 'Chambliss

15-4t National Bank.


to obtain recog-

is thru their

1 1. Li. A

.ars aiiu :. rep' t'nwuves. as

representative has an average of
00 constituents, his complaint
riment Is' quite hefty itself.: f-


? Star is. pleasantly surprised at
pr-rtintment of Dr. F. C. McClane
: Itl'-n. of superintendent of
..T aaa mIicoI for boys at Mar-

ai'Oi.atracnt means, we
f-ovoiror and his cabi cabi-I
I cabi-I I;al to il? the sensible
;air.'; abct the school.
. ;: : r -" we are greatly

: an excellent
r:cord in Ocala
tle-n. Dr. Mc-
t- Ocala from




Seven Distinct
Elkhorn Varieties
in Tins
f -:
Here's a Cheese for every taste.
Yours may be for a mild cheese,
while some other member of the fam family
ily family may prefer one with a more de decided
cided decided flavor; they're' all here.
KRAFT CHEESE is the plain Amer American;
ican; American; the same kind you are accus accustomed
tomed accustomed to only better, purer, absolute absolutely
ly absolutely dependable." V
PIMENTO r CHEESE lis practically
the same as Kraft Gheese flavored
with Spanish Pimentos. Delightful,
tasty.' j
CHILE CHEESE is Kraft Cheese,
given zest and smack by a dash of
Mexican Chile.
WELSH RAREBIT is already pre

pared. Just add milk or cream, beat,

mix- until smooth and serve. Appe Appetizing,
tizing, Appetizing, economical.
with the epicure. Andrcrn Cam Cam-embert
embert Cam-embert has that popular tjTvoV and

consistency at its best; .mellow, rich,

slightly sharp. v

name implies, is a snappy combina combination
tion combination of imported Roquefort and Kraft

Cheese blended the Elkhorn way.


rnakess it has just enough pungency

and tang to suit the cheese-lover; not

too strong for the average taste.



We dispense none but
pure drugs in our pre prescription
scription prescription work Ask :
' Your Doctor.
Quality and Prompt Service
Our Motto

WANTED All: kinds of second hand

furiiiture, guns, pipes, etc. Notify

me and I will send for them. J.' W,

Hunter, Gunsmith, South Main St. tf

FOR SALE One Jackson 6-cylinder

car; one Ford touring car; one Ford
roadster with wire wheels. Apply to
Floyd Van Horn, at Auto Sales Com Company's
pany's Company's garage, North Main St. -15 6t

FOR SALE Good young mare, six

years old; i works well anywhere;

cheap for cash. Apply to, J. J. Beard,
at Teuton old stand, North. Ocala. tf

FOR SALE One large mare ten
years old; one male fcolt 31 months

old; one female colt 8 months, old.

May be seen at Kendrick station. D,
Chisena, Kendrick, Fla. 14-6t

FOR SALE Good small farm at the
edge of good town; god house, well

and other buildings. All well fenced.

Over one-half in cultivation and. most
of balance; cleared. E. B. Erkshine,

Summerfield, Fla. 12-27-lm

FOR SALE One practically new
piano. Can be seen at 14 North Tus Tus-cawilla
cawilla Tus-cawilla street, a 8-12t

ribbons, dozen, black, Superior, $5.95;
ordinary, $5. Carbons 1000 sheets
$14.95 arid $10. All colors 10 exira.
Second sheets, ink, etc., at special
prices. U. S. Carbon, Co., Birming Birmingham,
ham, Birmingham, Ala. !' 4-lm

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,
Fla. -v. ; 3-12t


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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. fresh supply of Nbrrfs1' famous

PEANUT BRITTLE just received at

the Court Pharmacy. Von know

there's none better made. 6-tf
W. K. Lane, BI. D Pjiysician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear. Nose and

Throat, Law Library Bending, Ocala.

Florida. f tl


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at the fairest price -costs far less than high priced Trust
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by leading, hotels, restaurants, ahrJ bakeries. Made in the largest,
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A .wondeixul balnng povder for all balang requirements.


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We are now located in our new
place in the Harrington Hall block,
next door to the lunch room. We
will continue to sell pianos, talking
machines and the latest music. Spec Special
ial Special attention to repairs on sewing
and talking machines. Expert, piano
tuning and. action regulating. Sew Sewing
ing Sewing machines for sale and rent. Phone
427. 15-tf

' All taxpayers of the city of Ocala
are hereby notified that the city tax
books will be closed on January 31st,
and all tax payers who have not paid
their taxes on .that date, will be delinquent.

By order of the council.-



' Ocala, Florida


W. jW. Clyatt,
Tax Collector.

"Perfurnizers Ladies, ask to see
them at the Court Pharmacy. 6-tf

A registered Optom-
of-rict Vi T?sir1 Jin

9 .

j exammauon Dciore
the State Board of
Optometry, which proves him com competent.
petent. competent. Dr. K. J. Weihe -Eyesight
'' Graduate Optcnietrist
With Weiha Co JcTrclnrs. Ocnb., FIo.

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The THERMOPHORE Radiant Gas Heater Is the
Best and Most Economical Made.
A Full Line of Resnor and Hot Spot Heaters.
jjzi up Benonsfrate Hice To Yon.
' ' HarrLaston Block, Fort King Ave.

VT jfT yT .i T' Vs

ProgTesalve business men are repr' .nti J la

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If Ycu Have Any Items for this De Department,
partment, Department, Please Phone to Fire
Double-One or Two-Seven

Mr. II. C. Williams and family, left sick in that city, necc;.itr.tin.-: her fro- j Mcintosh yesterday and spent the af
yesterday for Fort McCoy, and will ing to a hospital, was suiUcitr.tly re-!terncn snepping an J visiting fricr.ds

come tomorrow for a longer visit be-; covered to return home yesterday. .1

Mr. and Mrs. Rush and Mrs. G. A.
Hcwellen motored to the city from
f 0

fore returning1 to his home.

Divine Discontent

Were men contented with his lot


lie had not sought strange seas

with sails unfurled:

And the vast wonder of our shores

had never

Dawned on the gaze of an admiring


Prize what is yours, but be not quite


There' is a healthful restlessness of

By which a mighty purpose is aug
. mented,

In urging men to reach a higher

So, when the restless impulse rises,
Your calm content before it, do not
It is the upward reaching and the
Of the God in you to achieve. (
' Selected.
Wedding Announcement
VJhe following announcement is be be-in";
in"; be-in"; -received by friends of the bride
cud groom: ?
Mrs. William Marcus McDowell
announces the marriage of her
' daughter Anna Virginia
Mr. Clyde C. Balkcom

on Thursday, January sixteenth
nineteen hundred and nineteen
' Ocala, Florida.
,To the Members of the Woman's
There will be no meeting of the
Woman's Club this week. Mrs. Ful Fuller,
ler, Fuller, state chairman of civics, who' was
to have been the speaker of the aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, finds it impossible to be pres present,
ent, present, and because of sickness in her
family, our chairman of civics, Mrs.
' R. B. Bullock is not able to arrange

a substitute program. The civics com committee
mittee committee wishes to announce, however,
that it is planning for a colonial ball
at the Woman's Club, February 2znd.
There will be a meeting of the club
January 2Cth, with the social service
committee in charge of the program.
This program was scheduled for No November,
vember, November, but hsd to be postponed on
account of influenza conditions. Mrs.
Osborne, chairman of the social ser service
vice service committee, is arranging for out
of town sepakefs, and hopes to pro provide
vide provide a program of much interest.

Further announcements will be made


Picnic at Salt Springs
A congenial party of picnickers
spent yesterday at Salt Springs, mo motoring
toring motoring out early in the morning and
enjoying a picnic lunch under the
spreading branches of the trees, re returning
turning returning to Ocala late in the afternoon.
The party included 3Ir. and Mrs. H.
M. Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mor Morgan
gan Morgan and sister, Mrs. Trevzant, Mrs.
E. L. Carney, Mrs. Jean Connoly, Miss
Caroline Harriss, Messrs. Ed Tucker
and Boykin Gibbons of Tampa. The
party went to the springs in Mrs.
Hampton's and Mr. Tucker's cars.
Mrs. T. P. Drake, who accompanied
her son as far as Jacksonville on his
way to Virginia, and who was taken


What Is The Cause cf
Backache is perhaps the most common
ailment from which women suffer. Rarely
do you find anybody free frorn-t. Some Sometimes
times Sometimes the cause is obscure, but-u?. Pierce,
of Buffalo, N. Y., a high medical authority,
cays the cause is very often a form of
catarrh that settles in the delicate mem membranes
branes membranes of the feminine organs. When
these organs are inflamed, the first symp symptom
tom symptom is backache, accompanied by bearing bearing-down
down bearing-down sensations, weakness, unhealthy dis discharges,
charges, discharges, irregularity, painful periods, irri irritation,
tation, irritation, headache? and a general run-down
condition. Any woman in this condition
is to be pitied, but pity doc.3 not cure, lfce
trouble calls for Dr. Pierce'3 Favorite
Prescription, which 13 a separate and 7

tinct'medicine for women. It is made of
roots and herbs put up without alcohol or
opiate of any kind, for Dr. Pierce uses

nothing else in his' prescription. Favorite

Prescription is a natural remedy for wo

men, for the vegetable growths of which it
is made seem to have been intended by

Nature for that very purpose. Thousands 1

of girls and women, young and old, have
taken it, and thousands have written

grateful letters to Dr. Pierce saying it
made them well. In taking Favorite Pre; I
scription, it 13 reassuring to know that it f
goes straight to the cause of the trouble.
There is but one way to overcome sickness,
and that is to overcome the cause. That j
is precisely what Favorite Prescription is j
intended to do. 1
Send 10c for trial pkg. of Tablets.
Address Invalids Hotel, BuffaloN. Y. j
' Constipated women, as well as men, are
advised by Dr. Pierce to take his Pleasant

- Pellets. They' are just splendid for cos-



A shipment of the
newest things in Spring
Hats just received.
-Sport Hats
Ready-to-Wears in 'all
the smartest modes.



South Side Ocala House Block


(Concluded cn Fourth Pagu)

Western lamb chops, pork chop3
and steaks at the Delicatessen Mar Market,
ket, Market, opposite fire station. lC-5t

Try "HallTMark" shaving1 cream cream-It's
It's cream-It's 35 cents a tube, and youTl get
more real 'satisfaction out cf it than
you thought could be possible. The
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ped for giving service to users
of DODGE CARS. A full I
line of parts and accessories J
on hand. Competent mechan-.
ics'are always at the service
of our patrions. I


We do not believe it would be pos possible
sible possible for us to bottle and sell ONE
of No. 101 Tonic per day if it was not
an-effective treatment for influenza,
A man who works a large force of
men came to, our office several- days
ago and told cs he had twenty-five
men taken with this malady in one
day. He .immediately distributed an
amply supply of No. 101 Tonic among
them and ther was not a fatality in
the twenty-five.
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 influ influenza
enza influenza germ, and Magnesia, which
thoroughly opens the bowels. Sold
throughout the South by wholesale
and retail druggists and drug dealers.
IMve? & MacKay
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On account of the increased cost nf ::::

J beg to advise that we are making our price

per 100 for retail and 40c. per 100 wholecaL.
January 1, 1919. Yours respectfully,


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We are prepared to furnish you on short notice cv.r, S. '.:
line of meats.



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Pineapple variety of citrus only,
budded on sour stocks. Not less than
one hundred sold. P. IL Nugent, tf
A complete line of Crane's and
Montag's fancy sUfionery always on
hand at the Court Pharmacy. C-tf

Careful Estiniat: z rr. ;"
tract work. Gives I!;:.
Work for the ZZc?j
contractor in ti.3 cl;j.


Organisation Perfected
The opening drive for starving Ar Armenian,
menian, Armenian, Syrian and Jewish war suf sufferers
ferers sufferers was 'held at the residence of
Mrs. R. L. Anderson Tuesday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, this meeting being for. the. purr
pose of perfecting this organization.
Mrs. George Taylor was elected
chairman for the .first ward; Mrs. E.
A.:.Osborne, chairman for the second
ward; Mrs. fe. H. Seymour, chairman
for the third' ward, and Mrs. F. G. B.
Weihe, chairman for the" fourth ward.
This organized body, of women will
be ready to commence work-the firs
of next week, and hopes for a ready
and generous response.
This Thing f Giving v
"J do not understand it, any more
than do you, but there is something
about this thing of giving that blesses
us. No man has ever impoverished
himself by giving. It can not be done.
Those who give most, have most left.
No man has ever died poor because

cf that 'which he gave away. No man
has- ever gone hungry after giving

away his bread. Some way, some

where bread has been provided for

him.' Yant is almost universal in the

countries that have been ravished.
They call to us from every quarter of
the earth for help. They cry aloud
or moan in tones subdued. The gaunt

and famished, lean and wounded, sick
and weary, hold their outstretched,

empty hands toward us and beg for

help, and we, of all the people m the
world are in a position to relieve


Mrs. R. G. Blake and her daughtei,
Hiss Irxna Blake, have recently been

highly complimented by receiving an

invitation from the Orlando band or

ganization, through its director, Mr.
Walter Drennem, to attend the open

ing concert of the Powers Band,
. which will open its season this eve-

1 rang at 7:30 at the board of trade

r rooms in that city. Mrs. Blake and
daughter and party of friends are in

cited to have reserved seats to hear
lds famous band, they having met Drennem while in Orlando at-

x lenaing the spring festival last sea

son. r. .. v
Mr. and Mrs. Sheffield of : Leech

burg, Pa.f and Mr. and Mrs. Havs of

Chicora, Pa., are winter visitors stop

ping at the Florida House. Mr
Sheffield is a champion horseshoe pit

cher, and 13 daily doin sr some fine

stunts at this exciting sport, and in invites
vites invites any one who would enjoy in-

cuigmg inerem to come and have a

contest with him.

A pleasant party from Birmingham

is spenaing a lew days in the citv

stopping at the Ocala House. Those
in the party include H. W. Hartman
. and family, A. F. Flemming and

iuiaiiy aim v. xwegisrer and family.
Mrs. Nannie J. Embrey of Lexintr

ton, Ky., is a pleasant visitor in the

city, a guest of Mrs. J. L. Morgan at
x. -a r

trie ucnia iiouse.

Miss Nan Yicker arrived yesterdav

from Montezuma, Ga., and is the
.guest cf her aunt, Mrs. Waiters and

other relatives.

XIr. and Mrs. Bradford Webb of

Kendriek were guests of Mr. and Mrs

F. G. B. Weihe yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Blitch o

Blitchtcn spent yesterday in the city.

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Calls promptly answered night or day.

Pay Phcna 10 Night Phones 223 and 423

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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 treads 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 youll congratulate yourself on
your foresight.
BiiALOOi onoToms
107 Oklawaha Avenue

Office supplies at the BOOK SHOP.
W. F. Riley, advance agent for
the "Watch Your Step" company, is a
guest at the Ocaia House.
Delicious whipped cream. Anti-

Monopoly Drug Store. 166t

Blank books, all styles and sizes, at


Mr. Henry Hutchinson of Palatka,

is greeting old friends in this city,
and while here is stoopine at the

Ocaia House.

We are now ready to offer DEAN SEED,
VJcCvjzU and Davis Kidney Wax perbu. $15.
Valniitine and other green beans per Uu. 014.
Also have Fresh Peas, Water Melon, Canta Canta-lowpe,
lowpe, Canta-lowpe, Cucumber and other seeds.

7. ;;;They.,fected ;.; Yon '.

During the twelve months
ended Nov. 2, 1918 (its fiscal
year), Swift & Company trans transacted
acted transacted the largest volume of busi business
ness business on the smallest margin of
profit in its history.
Profits of the meat business under
regulations of the United States Food
Administration were limited to a
marimum of 9 per cent on1 capital
employed but not to exceed 2H cents
per dollar of sales.
Swift & Company in the regulated
departments earned 7.57 per cent on
capital employed and 204 cents per
(dollar of sales, out of which had to be
paid interest on borrowed money and
taxes. Here is how these earnings
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ive-Sloclr Raiser- 7,:
Swift & Company killed .14,943,000
head of livestock, which weighed
olive, 4,971,500,000 pounds.

yift Company mada a, profit cf

only a. fraction of a cent per pound



Tha sales of our meat departments
were 4,012,579,000 pounds on which
cur earnings were less than cent
F-r pound.

ho per capita consumption of meat

in the United States is given as 170
pounds. If a consumer purchased only
Cwift c: Company's products he would
contribute only about 78 cents a year,
cr iVz cents a -week as profit to ths


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The food is excellent and the prices

moderate at Hunter's Cafe. 17-2t

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Fresh shipment of Norris' candies

iust in at the Court Pharmacy. All

size boxes. 6-tf

-Prominent arrivals at the Florida

House last night were Chas. H. Heel

ey, East Orange, N. J.; G. H. Phrall,

Asheville, N. ,C; E. W. Haddleton,

Providence, R. I. J Fred Fisher and

wife, Freeport, 111. The party took

the Silver Springs boat for Palatka

this morning.
, The buy-word for. candy is "Nun
nally's." Gerig's Drug Store. 3-tf

Fancy tomatoes, eggplant, peppers
celery, lettuce, carrots, fancy fruits

cigars, cigarettes, chewing gum and

candies. Lathero hard .water soap,

American Fruit Store.


Mr. Neil A. Weathers of the law

firm of Simpson, Thatcher & Bartlett,
of New York city, will spend the
month of February in Norway, look

ing after business interests for Uncle


Chocolate milk with delicious

whipped cream. Anti-Monopoly Drug

Store. y ' 16-t

We have some bargains In box sta

tionery. Better come and look them

over, tierlg's Lirug store. 1 is-u

Mr. D. L. Harrington from the Uni

versity of Florida, state agent for
boys' clubs, has been in the city, con conferring
ferring conferring with County Demonstrator


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Rexall Cold Tablets will break up

any cold, and may prevent "flu." 25

cents the box at Gerig's Drugstore, tf

Meeting of the Animal Protection

The meeting of this committee of

the Woman's Club was held yesterday

afternoon with Mrs. F. G. B.' Weihe,

chairman, at the rest rooms. This

committee will work for the club

house debt. An Easter sale and sil

ver tea will be held at the Woman's

Club the latter part of March, at

which time it is hoped every woman
in the club will lend their assistance.

Many plans are being perfected by
vhich the aniaml protection oemmit oemmit-tee
tee oemmit-tee will be of inestimable help during

the year. The attendance was good



Lieut. Donald Morrison and bride

from Gainesville arrived at the Har

rington last evening.


Miss Mary Ervin returned to her

home in St. Petersburg this afternoon

after a week's visit here with her sis

ter and grandparents.

If you will glance at the Temple
program elsewhere, you will see that

the theater has an extra good bill of

entertainment for this evening.
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Misses Mary and Euth Ervin spent
Thursday night with their aunt at

Citra, motoring out with Master
James Melton and returning with him

this morning.

Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Evans, who have

been making Fort Lauderdale their

home, are now residing in Miami. Mr.
Evans has charge of the branch law

office of the firm of Evans & Bell.

Miss Lillian McKey, a popular vis

itor to Ocaia a few summers ago
from Valdosta, Ga., is spending this

season in Miami as the guest of Mrs.

Harry Tuttle.

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Burford have
received the irratifyine news that

their daughter-in-law, Mrs. R. A

Burford Jr.; who has been so ill for
the past fortnight, is now considered
out of danger."
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Miss Eunice Lott of Douglas, Ga.,
a woman of unusual charm of manner
who has visited in Ocaia several
times as the guest of Mrs. Holcomb,
was recently married at her home in
Georgia, which fact will be of inter interest
est interest to her many friends here

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ter, daughter, Betty are 5 expected in Ocaia
Tuesday to visit Mr. and Mrs.' Frank
Harris and family, after, which they
will go to Miami for the remainder of

the winter. They have heen spending

Master L. C. Bell of Brooksville ar

rived today for a visit to the dentist.
He will return home tomorrow accom

panied bv his father, who will motor i the past month, at Ardmore, Okla.,

down to spend Sunday with his f am- with Mrs. Harris' sister, Mrs. Will-

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catessen Market, opposite the fire daughter, after a delightful visit in
efnHnn this city with the former's sister,

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r;rr t nu a Taih their home in Tampa. Mrs. Trevzant

T!M r.f TTjoii no,v,oi Mm made many friends. while here,4not

in from its first round trip of the sea-Pmy yj,
enn n Poiti- lncf TVhf Kntiby the delight she gave on several oc

took a good passenger list out, casions wim ner magnmceu voice,
brought back another; and lef is this I

morning with a third. The veteran fireman, Hamp Cham-

. Ibers. is witn the department again.

Why not take your Sunday dinner Mr. Chambers, who has been making

at Hunter's Cafe. You'Jl enjoy the his home at the lake for over a year,
meal. 17-2t decided to return to Ocaia, to look

after his property here. He has also

Mr. Frank G. Merrin of Plant City taken a place m tne lire department,

is in Ocaia, as an assistant to to with his son, George, wno is cmei.
Countv Demonstrator Blackburn. Mr. "Hamp" is an experienced fire fighter,

Merrin is a clever young man, a grad- ana uearge is giau 10 nave ms oeip.

uate of the University of Florida, and

the Star hopes he will have a success- OAK VALE

ful career in Marion county.

Oak Vale, Jan. 15. Mr. Frank 1 pnn tin nfmr.e of nntronage of

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nice in a steak or chops, you can al-1 their new home at Central. We wish

wavs find it at the Delicatessen Mar- I them success.

ket. Onnosite fire station. 175t Dr. Emmet Anderson has locaed in

High Springs lor the present.

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our dear departed father
"who loved Ocaia and Mar Mar-ion
ion Mar-ion County'sPeople, we will
continue the business of M.

Fishel & Son as formerly.
We trust by exercising the
same policy of fair dealling
to merit the confidence and

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another letter from his son Lieut, j spending some time with her parents,

Morris Smith, in France. The letter W. II. and Mrs. Anderson.

was dated shortly before Christmas Mrs. E. S. Tyner of Faisley spent

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and was verv brief. Lrieut. Hmitn mesaay wiin airs. xiukuis.

said he had iust seen Lieut. Hueo Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hall of rais-

Intosh, who was well and making a ley are spending a few. days witn tneir at the Delicatessen .Market, opposite
fine record as a soldier. daughter, Mrs. J. C. Huggms. v L ,. 1Ref

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Market. otsoosite fire station. lG-5t farm while his three brothers went top- -V

fight, if need be, for peace. Shortly j-

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Carlisle have an after their return he took the fia,

interesting letter from' their son. Cor- which ended in pneumonia.

Doral Frank Carlisle, with the head- Mrs. M. M. Justice and Mrs. W.

quarters company, 311th Infantry, in King returned Saturday from spend spend-France.
France. spend-France. Frank was well when the ing a week very pleasantly with Mr.

letter was written, and the resriment, and Mrs. H. A. Larson of Raleigh,

which was with the 78th division, was Mrs. M. M. Justice went to Ocaia

pleasantly located at FliuErnv. Cor- Monday and spent a few hours with

poral Brown of Anthony was the I her foster daughter, Mrs. L,. liicrs.

oniy company a coy wiin mm. i mr. xv. xx. fttuuit huims

with the flu, contracted while in

Why not treat your wife to a din-1 Gainesville last week. He was serv-j

ner that she will not have to worrv I iner there as a juror in the United

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about? Take her down to Hunter's I States court.

Cafe. Youll be surprised how you I Mrs. Isaac Budd of Williston came

both will en joy-it. 17-2t lout today to help nurse her nephew,

Mr. R. H. Reddick. but received s

"That's Me All Over. Mabel!" the :

latest book at THE BOOK SHOP. St

, For the best laxative, take Rexall

I Liver Salts. Ge rig's Drug Store. 3-tf

You can &et hot eoup, roast beef,
mutton or pork, fried, oysters, oyrt;r
stew, chicken or meat piss at tlia
Delicatessen Market, opposite the fin-

station. .,


Cecil Ditto, an Ocaia boy, now a phone message tonight to go at once
petty officer on the Tallapoosa, is to her daughter, who had a nervous

having a midwinter experience' with breakdown.

the northern seas, his ship being one We are getting anxious to see our
of the vessels ordered to the rescue I soldier boys returning from France.

of the sinking steamer Castalia a few Three are over there.

days ago- Most of the Castalia's men

were picked up. NITRATE OF SODA

Mrs. A. G. Wallace and pretty lit- Editor Star: I wish to announce to

tie daughter Marion, who are so-1 the farmers of Marion county that

journing in Florida, until Lieut, Wal-they can obtain nitrate of soda for

lace reiurns irom trance, nave com I ineir crops Dy applying ai mis omce
up from the lake and are making' their land complying; with the rules and

home at the Ocaia House. Mrs. Wal-1 regulations laid down by the depart-

lace is in love with Florida. She has I ment of agriculture. The price is $81

a great many friends in Cleveland J per ton f. o. b. port and very likely it

and other parts of Ohio, and spends
much of her spare time writing to
them, describing the charms of this
section, which she is anxious for them
all to visit.

.itronlze tte progressive merchants who advertise In thers
y -ursslf tn-"ney. Also help make Ocaia and ilirl-sn. rrc?.

FOR. HENT -Two, three or four
rooms either for light housekeeping
or to those wishing rocrr.s and go out
for their rsenls. Apply to I In. O. T.

will be from Jacksonville

Applications for the nitrate must
be made before January 25th.
H. Blackburn,
Emergency Demonstration Agent.
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