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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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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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Friday; not much change in tempera-
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 28
ture.

V

QUESTION OF THE

COLONIES
X
President .Wilson Would Have War
Treaties Regarded as. Scraps
' of Paper
- (Associated Pre33)
London, Jan. 30. Great Britain's
reported acceptance of President Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's theory of internationalization of
the captured enemy colonies, the
Paris correspondent of the Daily Mail
says, involves the admission that the
treaties with Japan regarding North Northern
ern Northern Pacific islands; with the Arabs
regarding 'Syria, and the understand understanding
ing understanding with France ( as to the future
status of iCamerun must be arbitrar arbitrarily
ily arbitrarily modified or torn up.
EASIER TERMS FOR ENEMY
London, Jan. 30 The peace confer conference
ence conference has eliminated any intention of
calling upon Germany and her asso
ciates to pay the Allied countries for i
the cost of the war, or impose heavy
indemnities upon, nemy nations," the
Paris correspondent of the Evening
Standard says he has reasons to' re report.
port. report. ': ; ,v
ACCEPT ANOTHER WILSON IDEA
Paris, Jan. 30. The British and
French governments have accepted in
principle President Wilson's plan con concerning
cerning concerning mandatories from the league
of nations for administering captur captured
ed captured territory Captain Andre Tardieu,
a member of the French peace delega delegation,
tion, delegation, stated.,
RECOGNITION OF THE
, POLISH REPUBLIC
; j. (Associated Press)
y Washington, Jan. 301 Recognition
of the provisional government of
Poland has been accorded by the Am American,
erican, American, government, officials', at the
state department said, in making pub--lic
a message from Secretary Lans Lansing,
ing, Lansing, sent by direction, of President
Wilson to Ignace Paderewski, the new
Polish premier. ?
.'.-. .- -. I MII-IU--I.II.KI L I" r f",m
NO GERMAN CANNON FOR -i.
Editor Star: For a njjmberof days
bills have been introduced in. Congress
appropriating a German cannon each
to numerous municipalities -of 'this
nation. : V.-v.. : ; ; ';. .-:,;
A wire of this date from Washing-;
ton to the Star1 informs us that a bill
reported favorably by a committer
provides for the donation of captured
German cannon or field pieces to each
county seat in Florida. r
Where the committee got its' infr
mation,;if it got any,4 that the people
of Florida wishes these engines that
have done so much harm to the1 world
would or could be an agreeable souve souvenir
nir souvenir to, us, I do not know. Why an
American could wish to look, upon one
from day to day, and also the com coming
ing coming generations, I do not understand.
They will be no ornament. I doh'i
think we 'wish one in Ocala, and the
senator who seems to tbe responsible
for this matter will hot offend us,; I
think, if he will amend his bill by ex excepting
cepting excepting Marion county. If we and
our associates in this war do notmeed
them, then by all means sell them for
the metal in them and use the money
to "feed the poor." : ' y
v A cannon that we or our associates
used would be possibly interesting to.
look upon as a memento of. the valor
of our. soldiers. k k
I hope our county commissioners
will decline the donation. R. McC
Ocala, FJa., Jan. 29, 1919.
.-, : r- '-
FLORIDA FARMERS
, WILL DO THEIR PART
Gainesville; Jan." 30.From the
support that is being given to the
three-F drive for greater production,
which campaign 'is now nearing a
close, it: is -safe to saythat Florida
farmers will do their part. At the
meetings which have, been held dur-:
ing the past ten days, farmers in eve-
ry section oi the state nave pledged
their support to increase the acreage
to food and feed crops arid to grow
more livestock, and business men are
standing behind the farmers in their
undertaking. V
There has been a steady growth of
staple crops over the state for. the
past few years, but indications are
that all records will be broken this
year. The farmers feel that with the
.labor now available they can safely
plan to increase their acreage, wth
reasonable assurance of sufficient
help to cultivate and harvest the
crops.'" ":-r -v
As a result of the increased crops
that have been growri- in- Putnam
county; a mill for grinding and crush crushing
ing crushing corn, velvet beans and other
staple crops, has just been installed.
The new., plant is equipped" through throughout
out throughout with the latest improved" machin machinery,
ery, machinery, and is said to be tme of the most
complete- mills of the ; kind in ; the
South. -'

II

BOARD OF TRADE
MEETS TONIGHT

Preparations Being Made to Do Some
Good Work and Every Public Public-V
V Public-V Spirited Citizen Should Try
. 9- to be Present
The board of trade meets at eight
o'clock this evening. It is expected at
this' meeting to fully organize the
board and map out a plan of cam campaign
paign campaign for public improvement. Try
to be present and help out.
NEW YORK RATIFIES
' DRY AMENDMENT
v Associated Press)
Albany, N.-Y., Jan. 30. NewYork
i became the forty-fourth state to rati
fy the federal prohibition amendment
alw, when the Senate last night voted
27 to 24, concurrence in' the resolu resolution
tion resolution adopted by the assembly last
week, ;
LIBERTY LOAN MUST
" WAIT ON LENT
(Associated Press)"
Washington, Jan. 30. Because the
Lenten season does not end until
April 20th, the treasury' is consider considering
ing considering postponing theopening of the
next Liberty Loan campaign from
April 6th to April 21st. A decision has
not been reached.
WIRELESS FROMvJ)R. WATT
Mrs. H. F. Watt yesterday receiv received
ed received a dispatch from Captain Watt' an announcing
nouncing announcing that he expected to land in
New York today. The message was
wirelessed to New York from the ship
on which the captain was a passenger,
and 'relayed by wire to Ocala. Cap Captain
tain Captain Watt's friends are very glad he
is again in America and hope ie will
socrr be able to come 'on home.
HELPING TO KEEP THE
0 WATCH ON THE RHINE
" The Star "has letters from Marioir
Bray and Laurie Benjamin, two Com Company
pany Company A boy si now with the' First Pio Pioneer
neer Pioneer Infantry, ; which is part of the
garrison of the great castle'bf Ehrett-'
breitsteiri, on the eastern' bank of the:
Rhine, across from Coblenz. This
castle is hundreds of years old. It
was the most strongly fortified point,
both by nature and the work of man,
in feudal Europe, and during the last
century the Germans added moden.
works which gave them reason' to be believe
lieve believe )t could not be taken except by
starvation. But the First Pioneers
and other American' troops marched
into it without firing a shot. Marion
Bray writes of the castle:
"Am at present stationed in an old
fort across the river Rhine 'from
Coblenz. It is not a pleasant place
to be; but is much better than the bat battlefield,
tlefield, battlefield, All the former Cdmpany A
boys who were transferred to this
command are well and contented,
with the exception of being a. "little
homesick (including myself.) I' thank
you again for the Star."
Laurie Benjamin writes: c
"It is the finest view of any plac
I have ever been and at night you can
see. thousands of electric lights for
fifteen miles each way up and down
the Rhine. We had a good time
Christmas with plenty, to eat and
some "chocolate and tobacco. J haven't
received the: Christmas box yet, but
the second box came in the other day
and it certainly was packed full of
en joyment. We are not allowed
across the river in Coblenz, but 'we
can get passes to Ehrenbreitstein, a
little town at the foot of the fort and
we have a pretty good time, even if
we do worry a lot about when wc
are going home."
In a f letter dated Dec. 2, Laurie
briefly sums up the warVecord of his
regiment from the' time it landed:
' "We stayed two days at Brest, then
were put on the train, 40 men to a
2x4 box car, and shipped clear acrosb
France, going around the edge of
Paris, and were put off at a little town
on the Mame river just southwest of
Chateau Thierry. We stayed here for
several days, resting. Then we were
loaded on trucks and put up behind
the lines, doing road work. We heard
our first shells whistling towards us
then and believe me we were always
where we could hear, them after that
until the armistice. We worked all
over the ground between Soissons and
Kheims, going through Fere-en-Tar-denois
and all the other little towns
up to Fismes. Then all the troops
were switched down to the Toul and
Verdun sectors. We were the last to
leave, doing salvage work the last
week. We made our next big move
on trucks riding for a day and night
straight from -Courmant," through
Epernay ""''(famous for- it's -champagne),
Chalons to' St. Menould This
was just after the St. Mihiel drive
took place". : We" then hiked up to

BIG EHIINGS OF
r RESERVE HARKS

An
Aggregate of Over Fifty-Five
Million During Nineteen
Eighteen v
- (Associated Press ) i
Washington, -tap.. SO.The twelve
federal-reserve banks brokfe all re records
cords records in 1918 by piling up an aggre aggregate
gate aggregate of $55,436,00 net earnings, large largely
ly largely from rediscount' operations, com compared
pared compared with $11,202,000 for the year
before. The net earnings-of the At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta bank were $1,665,585.
EXTENSION OF, TIME
FOR WILLIAM J. OLIVER
(Associated Press) v
Knoxville, Jan. 30. The, prelimi preliminary
nary preliminary hearing of William J. Oliver and
ten other defendants charged with
fraud in connection 'with the manu manufacture
facture manufacture of munitions, was indefinitely
postponed by Commissioner Thorn-'
burg this morning.
CHANCE FOR COLLECTORS
Collectors of war posters are offer offered
ed offered a rare opportunity to add eight or
ten designs to their collection by
State Director J. F. C. Griggs, of the
Florida war savings committee. Mr.
Griggs announces that he will furnish
these posters, left over. from the-1918
campaign as long as thesupply lasts,
free of all cost to those "making re requests.
quests. requests. Preference wilf 'be given iu
this distribution to patriotic and his- j
torical societies and schools. ;. j
The (designs embrace the famous
"Joan of Arc," "General Pershing,"
"Uncle Sam and his Children," "The
Machine Gun," ,; "They Give Their
Lives,"-etc. In a few years, it is
pointed out by Director Griggs,"theft.
will be:-a great demand for, these post posters.
ers. posters. All requests for these poster s
should be sent to the Florida War
Savings Committee, Box 356Jack 356Jack-sonville,
sonville, 356Jack-sonville, Fla. r
. "HEARTS OF THE WORLD"
"Hearts of the World,", the great
moving, picture, which Ocala has oeen
expecting for several weeks, will start
at the Tenple at 8:15 this evening.
Be in your seat promptly and don't
miss a. turn of the reel.-,,''.'
, "Hearts of the World "" will be
shown at the Temple, this evening, to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon "and evening and
Saturday afternoon and evening. The
matinees will begin at 3:15 p. m. ana
the evening performances at 8:15.
-' Be sure to see it.
within four' kilo's of Verdun, and
waited for the drive1 to commence.
"We stayed right behind the dough
boys from then on, landing in some
German dugouts two hours after thy
had been run out or the next three
days all we, had to eat was. what we
found in the German 'dugouts.
"We were put on burial detail then
for several days, with, a bunch of tHe
infantry in reserve: Every time we
started a graveyard, it would be, no
time until ; Jerry got the range on it
and give it several i good shellings
daily.
"The sound of a shell' is something
different from anything lse in the
world. (I mean a shell from the ene enemy,
my, enemy, failing near you.) It isn't a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant sensation to hear a soft whine in increase
crease increase to a shriek, then see a hole ap appear
pear appear in the ground with a terrific
explosion, the dirt and rocks flying
everywhere. We crossed over the
Meuse here into a town called Con Con-senvoye,
senvoye, Con-senvoye, where they shelled us day
and night, especially two bridges near
where we were. Then we re-crossed
the Meuse and went to Montfaucon,
covering all the smaU"towns around
there. We camped one night at what
was Malancourt before, the war. All
there is left is a "signboard with the
name. Even the ruins have been used
to- mend the roads with.
"We stayed in this sector until the
day before the armistice was signed.
Then we started hiking toward Dun on
the Meuse. Some of the boys said that
it would be done when we got to Dun,
and sure enough we heard the good
news on the road.
"We are with the army of occupa occupation
tion occupation now. Wevhiked through Lbngu Lbngu-yon
yon Lbngu-yon and Longwy, France, and Au Au-bouge,
bouge, Au-bouge, Belgium. In .Aubouge we re received
ceived received the best welcome of any place
in Europe. They met us 'with a' brass
band, had a dance that night in our
honor and everybody was invited out
for supper, a bed and breakfast. We
then went through Luxembourg, up
to the Prussian border, where we
stopped for a few days, but now we
are going on again."
. t
ORANGE TREES
Pineapple variety of citrus only,
budded on sour stocks. Not less than
one hundred sold. P. H. Nugent, tf

I PRICES
OVER THE VOflLl
v
MUST BE PAID FOR BREAD FOR
AT LEAST ANOTHER EIGHT EIGHTEEN
EEN EIGHTEEN MONTHS
' (Associated Press) '"
Minneapolis, Jan. 30. War .time
bread prices will prevail -throughout
the' world for another eighteen
months, leading wholesale flour mill millers
ers millers predicted today when informed
of the statement yesterday of Julius
Barnes, president of the United States
Grain ; Corporation, regarding the
American guaranteed price of wheat
in relation to the world price.
The milling industry of the- coun country
try country has been practically at a stand standstill
still standstill since the government' asrencv
ceased buying flour six weeks ago
and was awaiting just suph an an announcement
nouncement announcement as Mr. Barnes, made, said
H. P. Gallagher, vice president of the
Northwestern Consolidated Milling
Company. Immediate resumption of
flour mill activities will follow, he
said. v
AVIATION SERVICE LOSES
t
fx A VALUABLE OFFICER
t Associated Press) '-
Atlanta, Jan. 30. Richard H. At At-vvodd,
vvodd, At-vvodd, an army aviator who had
charge of acrobatic flying at Gerstner
Field LaV and arlstrom Field, Fla.,
died in a hospital here yesterday of
pneumonia, contracted .while on his
honeymoon, it was learned today.
OKLAWAHA RIVER LORE
V Natural Hutory
'" Silver Springs, Jan. 27 In 1912, a
small pine tree was sent -to the Star
in a letter The brothers' and sisters
of that little 1912 pine now stand
thirty and forty feet tall, with bodies
six and eight inch'es through. They
should be ready "for timber in just a
few years. more. -Buzzards
are white when young.
A wasp's sting feels like fire. Wasp
nests are plentiful on the river. The
nest is the best fish bait, so fishermen I
say.
When does a rooster "sleep, for
when there are noises around, ; he
crows almost every hoar ofthe night.
How would you enjoy catching red-
bugs? A Eureka man catches red
bugs, grasshoppers, lightning bugs,
snakes and any and everything about.
The Highland, the Lowlands and the
Wilds
Sunday Bluff is classed as' the most
beautiful sjot on the river. The shell
bluff Js five miles above Eureka, and
at the mouth of Eaton creek. That
barges in the days of '49 and the 60's
stopped here'on Sundays to rest is the
reason for the name.
At the Morrison old field and lapd lapd-ing
ing lapd-ing the wildest spot of the river com commands
mands commands the view. Tiger Den is near
by and tigers roamed here, before
the civil war. ,
, The darkest place on the river is
at ilemmingway, near Inacawilla Cut.
Near the mouth stands a stump re resembling
sembling resembling the figure of a bear. v.
Colors of the River
It is blue at Silver Springs; Trish
green opposite Arden, and brown at
the confluence of Silver river and the
Oklawaha. At Conner the stream is
a greenish purple; over the Frying
Pan Shoals the river is red, and just
before it flows out into, the St. Johns,
black. The water is -real clear in a
class or eourd to drink. Water ofl
Silver" Springs is so clear-'that it is
invisible in a keg. In dipping for a
enpfuli your" hand will be soused eve every
ry every time, as the keg looks empty.
Moss and spjder webs, and the
morning dews,' and sprigs "of mistle mistletoe
toe mistletoe and the songs of birds enchant
the wierd fastnesses, Picturesque and
charming and becoming more gran grandeur
deur grandeur as the forest grows old. The
river ebbs and flows and murmurs
low and Go-ti-lee, the wind, blows
evermore.
Pick Your Choice River Menu
Alligator steak and alligator eggs,
fried, stewed palmetto cabbage and
pork sausage, fried, with mushrooms.
Frog's legs. Canned peaches, honey
and biscuit. Broiled red birds and
squirrels and sweet potatoes and
opossum. Florida new syrup and pan pancakes
cakes pancakes and limkin pies, turtle eggs,
roasted, turtle soup, water
cress,,
fish chowder, or fried fish, or baked.,
Cassava pudding, and pumpkin pie,'
strawberry shortcake, new potatoes!
and jaybird pie. Oklawaha river wa water
ter water or orangeade or moonshine
A. A. G.
Novel Bean HuIIer.
An Ingenious gardener has discov discovered
ered discovered that beans can.be hulled with a
bclothes wringer. If the tension be-"
tween the rollers Js slightly, loosened
the beans will fall out; of -their pods
without being brokenl T '' "",''

vARTI

ATIOHAL AH

CAMPS IIEEDEI
recreiary iwtKer imnKs iney are
Suited for Permanent Training
- : t of Our Soldiers t
V (Associated Press)
: Washington, Jan. 3Q. Abandon
ment vof fourteen of the 'sixteen na
tional guard camps and purchase by
the government of sites of all nation national
al national army cantonments,' including Camp
Sevier, -S. C. was urged today by Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Baker and Assistant Secretary
Crowell, before the House military
committee.
KEEPS HIS OWN COUNCIL
McAuley Won't Tell What4 He Intends
Doing With His Flying
Machine
' (Associated ,Press
Daytona,' Fja., Jan. 30. Major Mc McAuley,
Auley, McAuley, who while on a continental air airplane
plane airplane flight, made a forced landing landing-near
near landing-near AFort Lauderdale Saturday, left
Fort Lauderdale this morning by train
for MiamL where he is taking' his air airplane
plane airplane for repairs. .The major. wouldn't
discuss his plar.s for continuing the
flight. ;V f ;
OCALA DISTRICT 3IEETING
r THIS EVENING
An Interesting Program Has Been
r 'Arranged for the Occasion
.A 7:30 this evening the big meet meeting
ing meeting for the north-end of 'the Ocala
district "of the Methodist conference
will open in the Methodist church of
this city. Preachers, laymen and worn worn-er
er worn-er delegates from about 25 churches
are expected. The Ocala district com comprises
prises comprises 21 stations "and circuits, 65
churches and has a membership of
&066..
This meeting to open here tonight
is one of the group meetings which
are being held in this district this
week;" Practically the same program
is being carried out irt hundreds of
other churches in various .states in
connection with the great forward
movement campaign being put thru
by. several of the leading Methodist
bodies of the. North American conti conti-hnent...
hnent... conti-hnent... The effort is to enroll mill millions
ions millions of Christian people in covenants
of prayer for world missions and hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of thousands in the followship
and practice ,of t tithing stewardship,
and to enlist thousands of young men
and women of 'American Methodism
for special missionary service at
home and in other lands. The object
is to secure during this year pledges
for one hundred and twenty-five mil million
lion million dollars for. world missions, the
pledges to be redeemed In, the next
five years. Our branch of Methodism
is aiming at $35,000,000 and several
hundred additional missionaries in
this period. -t
Among the speakers to' have a
place on the program here tonight
and tomorrow are Rev. C. H. Sum Summers,
mers, Summers, Rev. Ira S. Patterson, J. H.
Therrell, PhJX, of Ocala; W. O. Le Le-masters
masters Le-masters of Brooksville; Miss Laura
V. Mitchell of China; Dr. Ri E." SnilTh
of Southern College; Rey. R. Free Bar Bar-nett,r
nett,r Bar-nett,r and Rev. H. F. Harris of Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg f '....' '. s
" The address tonight illustrated by
stereopticon pictures en. making." dem democracy,
ocracy, democracy, safe for the world 'is very
helpful and the pictures are,the"Dft
ever presented on the screen in this
country. You are cordially invited to
the Methodist church tonight to see
these beautiful pictures.
COTTON INTERESTS SOLONS
OF SOUTH CAROLINA
(Associated Press)
Columbia, Jan. . 30. The lower
house df the legislature adopted a
resolution today urging Congress to
enact a law prohibiting .the buying
and selling of cotton on the New York
exchange.
-
Paper Conservation Not New.
The Chinese have an ancientmstora,
old when Europe wa young, and based
upon 4helr reiect for learning, ob observes
serves observes Robert L. McElroy of the Na
tlonal SecuYitr league.' They never
allow paper which contains written
symbols to Utter the streets or fields.
Chinese mother-- train their children
to deposit all such tod of paper In
the picturesque little building- which
dot the-temple aniens. The wrath
: of heaven foils upon those who dlsre dlsre-i
i dlsre-i gard this duty Is a lesson carried 1p
each tiny Chinese heart.
m
, BARGAIN IN A BUICK
A 1917. Baick light 'six, in perfect
condition. A bargain. Can be seen
at the Maxwell Service Station, this
city... 27-6 1
Use the. unclassified ads. It pays.

STAGGERING HEIVS
FOB" THE STRIKERS

Director Piez Says if They Want to
Loaf at Their. Own Expense, the
Government Won't Object
" (Associated Press f "' '.'
, Washington, Jan. 30w The govern government's
ment's government's policy in shipyard strikes will
bo to "let the job stand," Charles
Piez, director general &f the Emer-'
gency Fleet Corporation, said todSy.
lie referred particularly to the strike
situation at Seattle, where he said
the men had been out for a week, and
to San Francisco, where he said it
was reported workers in two trades
intended to .walk out shortly and tie
up. all work in the disrtict.
. Director Piez declared most of the
shipyards needed a breathing spell,
and that he didn't think the govern-
ment would continue furnishing work
at extremely high wages 'unless in increased
creased increased skill and. output justified it.
HINDENBURG FR.IEND
' OF HOIIENZOLLERN
(Associated Press)
Paris, Jan. 30. Field Marshal von
Hindenburg, according, to the Echo de
Paris, is endeavoring to bring about
the return of former" Emneror 'Will
iam after, the meeting of the national
assembly." Lea'ding German manufac manufacturers
turers manufacturers in Westphalia are said to be
interested in the plan.'
-j- :
, PERSONAL EFFORT PAYS
Hospitality .. Committee Cards' Have
; V Made a' Greaf Hit
Th cards recently published by the
hospitality committee of the Woman's
Club -have accomplished splendid re results
sults results if only looked at from a purely
local standpoint. These cards have
caused many to comment cn what
should have b'een printed on them,
which shows that some of out people
are waking up to the many .advant .advantages
ages .advantages we have. The .ladies- are very
much gratified to know that their ef efforts
forts efforts have been noticed by the home
folks, even thou'gh some people are
unkind enough to jnake unfavorable
criticism, because a number of, attract'
tireT features, have .been left c2- the
cards.- Many visitors to the city ad admire
mire admire v the spirit shown, by the ladies,
acd cn this same line the board of
trade might gain a great deal of real
worth "while, publicity if only a little
personal effort were pilt forth. Now
that th ladiesahave really started the
publicity ball to rolling it certainly
is 'up td the men through the varrious
organizations to keep it going. Let's
get busy and let tlo -visitors from
other states know that we want them
to stop here and that a hearty, wel welcome
come welcome awaits them. A .reasonable
amount of publicity matter properly ;
distributed at this time mealis a great
deal as tbere are-possibly more visi visitors
tors visitors in th state this winter than ever
in the history of the state.
V 1 : ; 11
t GUSl HILL WAS GREAT
, .; : v
"A crowded house greeted Gus Hill's
minstrels last night, and applause
followed trie performance as echo fol follows
lows follows the sound" Jt was "a good, old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned show, and 'everybody pres-
tent enjoyed, it. The singing and jokes J
vero specially good. The old favor-"
ite, "There'll be a Hot Time in the
Old Town," was hailed -with delight,
but while the fun -was almost inces-
sant, A hush fell on he crowd when
Edward C. Clifford sang "Old Black
Joe," and perhaps there were damp
eyes in some corners. The saxo sex sextet,
tet, sextet, was great, but it should have
played Way down upon de S'wanee
Libber" straight thru instead of rag ragging.
ging. ragging. They say Dixie is strictly a
brass band tune, but the "marines'
managed to sing it with mighty good
effect. Everybody was pleased with
the performance and all are looking
forward to the time when this exael-.
lent troupe comes again.
SIOSS BLUFF
Moss Bluff, Jan. 20. Our school is
progressing very nicely so far. We
hope it wilheontinue so.
Rev, Colson preached a very inter interesting
esting interesting sermon last Sunday morning
and evening.. If nothing prevents, he
will he with 'us again the fourth Sun Sunday
day Sunday in next month.
We are sorry to report that Mrs.
Oliver Fort is confined to her bed
most of the tim6 with rheumatism.
We hope she will soon recover.
Mr. and Mrs. Stout, Miss Hazel
Stout and Mr. Simon Stout, formerly
of Ohio, who are here fcr the winter,"
were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Oliver Fort.
Every winter more northerners
come to our community. We will
soon have a town here if they come in
large enough numbers. Here's, hop hoping
ing hoping they wilL

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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1919

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A PA I A EtEI!llir OTk IVPaPer!? cIaim that' the mosquitoes pay
UtAL A v tVCNINu 5 1 AKfr1" attenti0" to net-

lHHJf IU HJU3C Vl UVIiO ;-niul tolls.

scant South Sea island costume leaves

uncovered, which proves that in Mi

ami even the mosquitoes go about

with their eyes open. Lakeland Tele Telegram.
gram. Telegram.

y We should nke to have somebody

like Theda in our close vicinity during
mosquito time. We know the fastid

ious insects would not notice us.

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r The fierce freight rates we used to-j

abuse the railroads for would seem

quite mild now.
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The New. York World surely does
; hate to lose its daily ra$ion of liquor.
Some papers nearer home" are in the
same fix. V. -; --: .

What has become of the old -fash-!
ibned dentist' who .when y he 0 pulled
your tooth gave it. toyou to tie on- a
string and hangv aro"unds your heck ?v
For forty .-years we have listened to
. doleful prophecies' about what would
. be the results of prohibition, and not

-a blamed one of. them has jever come

.;. y ... c, -?
Aviator killed1 in Consequence .of
dropping a' note from his machine ;t
hia wife If he had dropped it to an another
other another -man's 'wife, he wouldn't have

. been scratched. : '
' The Jcouhty solicitor of4 Dade coun county
ty county says eit isanoffettse against the
law for apersdnto--attempt l f6''-coid
mit suicide. People who try W corn
,mit suicide in Dade-county 1 had Jaette?
be carefut1-not'.to'.'-fail-.t;-;: Jv "CP-f-

The 'following from J. P. McEvoy
will express, the feelings of many
thousands:
When your back is broke and your
eyes are blurred,
And your-shin bones knock and your
tongue is furred,
And your tonsils squeak and your hair
!v gets dry,
And you're doggone sure that you re
- going to die, v 1 i
But you're skeered yous won't iand
afraid you .will
Just drag to to bed and have your
chill,. t .. ;.,
And pray the' Lord ; to see you
through, ; s .,
For you've got the flu, boy, v
y : You've got. the flu.
When your toes'curl up and your belt
goes flat,
And you're twice as'mean as a Thom-
- .as cat, ' A
And life is a long and dismal curse,
And all yodr food tastes like a hard
... boiled hearse: v w

When you lattice aches and your"

And nothing is as it ever was,
Here are my sad regrets to you v
You've got the flu, boy? 4
- You've got the flu.
What is it likehis Spanish flu?" -Ask
me, brother, for I've been thru.
It is by Misery out of Desnair:

It pulls your K teeth and curls your
hair; . '.

it tnms your blood, and. brays your
V- bones;-;' "7 t '- v.
And fills your 'craw with moans and
4;V" groans; ; ": .-
And sometimes, maybe, you get well.

&ome can it flu 1 call it hell!

A Tampa negfo- convicted of rape
is applying for j a newtrialk One-of
the reasons given by his attorney
that the .nian' should have a new trial
- is that- a, -word Tin the indictmen is
misspelled.- We' should think a' lawyer
would-be ashamed ;t8 'advance sufch a

reason.

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"' Theff' disposition of Germariy'sf col colonies
onies colonies is in disDute before the neace

.conference. MrT.; Wilson. seemi to
vantV them ; administered Jby the
"league of nations," while the mother
powers wahtV-.to;dividel::then .vup.
v, Whatever is ,done ; with . them, I they
, should never be-giverf back 'tof Ger

many. '' ,v"

; British sailors will not serfe oft

ships doing business with Germany
until fifteen years have passed). Nor Norwegian
wegian Norwegian sailors will h6t man shibs car-
rying food, to Germany until the Ger German
man German governmenthas paid ah indem indemnity
nity indemnity to the relatives of Norwegian
seamen killed, in "o-uthless" warfare
by 'theHuns. That ruthless warfare
was great fuii for Awhile," "but Ger Germany,
many, Germany, will emit many a groan before
her people finish paying the bill.

ANTHONY

Anthony, Jan. 29. Mrs. M; R. Gill

and daughter, Miss Ruth returned, to

Jacksonville last Thursday.

Mr. B. K. Padgett and family have

been entertaining Mr. Padgett's sis

ter, Mrs. Brown of "Lawtey" and Mrs.
Padgett's sister, Mrs. Perry of Willis-

ton. Mrs. Perry returned home Monday-

Mrs. J. C. Boatwright is spending

a few days at Lake Kerr.

Mrs. P. H. Brown and little son of

Jacksonville, w who have been the

guests of Mrs. JBrown's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. WV H. Martin, returned to
their home Tuesday.

Messrs. John Triton and W. B.

Thorn spent a few days in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville last week.

Mrs. A. P. Baskin returned Wed

nesday from a pleasant visit to Dr. J.

G. Baskin tond family of Dunnellon.

Misses Hattie and Lillie Milligan

leceived the good news Sunday that
their-brother, Ralph Milligan landed

safely in New YorK last Wednesday.
Ralph was. thefirst of our Anthony

boys to return from overseas and he

will receive a warm welcome by his
many, friends here.

News has been received that 'Mr.
Holmes Gates is again in the United
States, Holmes is on the S. S. Louis Louisiana
iana Louisiana and has Tmade several trips "to
France.
MrT-R. ILiBaskin 'and Miss Gladys
Gill were married Sunday afternoon
in .Burbank, by Rev. W. C. Rogers.
They have the hearty congratulations
of every one. Mr. and Mrs. Baskin
expect to go' to housekeeping up at
the Meadows real soon.
The QUALITIES OF NORRIS'
fcXQUISITE CANDIES are" unsur unsurpassed.
passed. unsurpassed. The. Court Pharmacy. 27-tf

The buy-word for candy is Nun-

nally's." Ge rig's Qrug, Store. 3-tf

A registered Optom-

. V etris, has passed an
" 1 examination before

the. State Board of

Optometry, which proves him com-
patent. '...'
Pr. K. J. Weihe I
Eyesight Specialist t

.Graduate Optometrist
With Weihe Co.. Jewelers. Ocala.' Fin

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WW& "HOT 'UATTEE
W TOO BESEEIS A '.
WOm' COEDHUESKOH

Sas we cant help, but look
better and" fo! better
after an Inside bath.

Chester P.1 Henley, advance agent
of "Oh, Baby," tells a thrilling "story

about his being held up and beaten by)

t a gang of bandits near Fleming, Ga.,
'.while on his way in his car from Sa
" vannah to Ocala: "According to the
St. Petersburg Tjmes, "Chet" was

shot at with a ".48-caliber" gun,

Washington, Jan. 28Presidents" of
two big packing companies today ad advised
vised advised Senate' and" House committees

against enactment of any': additional

legislation to regulate ,the meat pack

ing industry. Louis F. Swift of Swift
iV Co. .told thej Senate agriculture

committee present laws were ade

quate to deal with any abuses charg

ed, and Edward S. Morns of Morris &

Co., testified before the House inter interstate
state interstate Commerce cpmmittee that any
further legislation 1'would just mud muddle
dle muddle things up." -A.' P; dispatch.
It looks like things need "muddling
up" of some kind, when we are pay paying,
ing, paying, as -t high vas 70 cents fdV ( cured
pbrk and the packers are offering the
farmers 7 cents for -their hogs.
There must be a helluva large ex expense
pense expense somewhere between-the buying
and selling, prices. A 'muddling up
would be quite a relief 'to the con consumer
sumer consumer in that he might find out who
U getthjg the "difference."- ;
S .li i v ; y
. Senator Park- Trammell, wHo some
two months ago', -introduced in 'the
Senate a measure providing for 'one
month's additional pay for all offic officers
ers officers and enlisted iineri of the army,
navy and? marine' corps; who should
receive honorable discharge after the
signing of the armistice, made a
speech in the Senate recently in sup sup-porf
porf sup-porf of an amendment offered by Sen Senator,
ator, Senator, Ashurst, to thq one' hundred mil mil-lion
lion mil-lion dolla elief bill, proposing tb ,&U
low.twd month's- additional pay to en enlisted
listed enlisted men and non-commissioned officers,-
Senator Trammell, while urg urging,
ing, urging, the adoption of Senator Ashurst's
amendment, also' insisted that- the
commissioned 'officers should be al allowed
lowed allowed 'one months', additional pay
We hope Congress will do something
soon. Even Mr. : Trammell 's stingy
proposition of one. month's pay- is bet better,
ter, better, than nothing;-; 3

. Tampa and NeMf York are both ex-

cited about the death of Miss Azeele
Packwood, a young lady" from the
forrner city, v Miss Packwood 's body
was found on a ledge of the Palisades,
near New York, the other day. She
had evidently'.-committed ? suicide an4
had been- deaoV several days. .. Miss
Packwood was 'the daughter of Geo.
H. Packwood, an old .and well-known
citizen of Tampa. Investigation re revealed
vealed revealed that his daughter had been
secretly married -to an army officer
named -Fenton," who had been killed in

France. Miss Packwood was higbrly

esteemed in Tampa, where she spent
most of her life. Azeele street in that
city was named after 'her.

beaten over the head, presented with

a black eye and robbed of $80 in cur

rency arid a $75 coat

BUTCHTON

Blitchton,- Jan. 29. Mr. Walter

We will believt Hendrix is home from the army.

all the story except the part about

the ".48-caliber" gun. There is no
gun of ,.48 caliber made.

Mr. B. C. Blitch received an injury

to one of ; his arms last weelj while
cranking, his Ford.
Some of our farmers dre killinl;-

After two etherizations at a hospi- hogs tlis week. ;

tal and learning the "line of dope" Ir. and Mrs. F.-E. Fant entertain entertain-handed
handed entertain-handed out by him while sweetly a number of their friends Sunday,

dreaming, V Postmaster LambrightJ hnoring Mrs. S. H. Blitch's birthday,
earnestly advises every married man Those present were .Dr. and Mrs. S.
who goes on the operating, table; to H. Blitch, Messrs. Landis and Loonis
spend his x last previous half-hour Blitch, Mrs. W. P. Hammons, vMiss
reading the Bible, or Pilgrim's Prog- Rowena Hammons, Dr. and Mrs. J..L.
ress, or Paradise "Lost! Tampa Tri- j Davis and Miss Mamie, Fant of Ir-

bune..

vine and Mr. and Mrs. V. Potts of

In all those publications are allu-j Emathla. ..

sionsjto i and soni vivid descriptions- Messrs. B. R. Blitch, C.: Blitch,
of places and things that would scare F. E. Fant, Lartdis and Loonis Blitch
a man into being good if he, was -to and Dr. Blitch are. attending a sale
pee them in his dreams. j at Zola Rose farm near Kendrick to-
Theda Bara is over at 'Miami, and Mr. Nun is here again from Vir Vir-she
she Vir-she is posing as Princess Fewclothes, j ginia and expects to settle here per per-or
or per-or something like that, in a South manetly. :
Sea island romance that is being pull- 'Mr. Vasco Seckinger of Fellowship
ed off on one of the keys. The Miami was a Monday visitor.

DAVIS pARRI AGE PAINTS
are colors ground in tough, elastic
Coach Varnish and.one coal will make

your faded automobile or : carnage
look like new.- They, are easy-to ap apply
ply apply and tiry-with a strong, high gloss gloss-clinching
clinching gloss-clinching Enamel finish. Made'- for
wear ; and tea. 2-8
ONE TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU
' f or Sale By
THE MARION HARDWARE CO
. Ocala, Florida .

To look one'a best und feel one' best

is to enjoy an inside bath each morn morning
ing morning to flush from the system the pre previous
vious previous play's waste, sour fermentations
and- poisonous toxins before It Is ab absorbed
sorbed absorbed Into the blood. Just as coal,
when it burns, leaves behind a -certain
amount of incombustible material
in the form of ashes, so the food and
drink taken each day leave In the ali alimentary
mentary alimentary organs a certain amount of
indieestlble material which If not

eliminated form toxins' and poisons L
whlrh btp thpn' sucked into the blood

through the very ducts which are In-
tended to suck ln: only nourishment
to sustain the body.
If you want to see the glow of
healthy bloom In your cheeks, to see
your skin get clearer and clearer, you
are told to Brink every morning upon
arising, a glass of hot water with a
teaspoonful of limestone phosphate In
It, which Is a harmless meads of wash washings
ings washings the. waste material and toxins
from,, the 'stoma6h-liver, kidneys and
bowels, thus cjeanslng, sweetening and
purifying the entire alimentary tract,
before putting more food into the stom stomach.
ach. stomach.
"Men and women with sallow skins,
liver SDots. rumples or pallid com

plexion, also those who wake up with

a coated ?tongne,f bad taste, nasty
breath, others who are bothered with
headaches; bilious spells, acid stomach
or constipation should begjn this phos phos-phated
phated phos-phated hot water drinking and are
assured of very pronounced results In
one or two weeks.
A quarter pound of limestone phos phosphate
phate phosphate : costs very little at the drug
store but Is sufficient to demonstrate
that just as soap and hot, water
cleanses, purifies and freshens the
skin on the outside, so hot water and
limestone phosphate act on the inside
organs. We must always consider that
Internal sanitation Is vastly more Im Important
portant Important than outside cleanliness, be because
cause because the skin pores. do not aVorb
Impurities lnto the. blood, whil" the,
bowel nofes do, V

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When you pick up your morning or afternoon newspaper and
glance: over the advertising you quite unconsciously multiply
yourself a thousand times. .
In half or three-quarters of an hour you can, metaphorically
speaking,- visit every progressive store in town. You 'virtually
poke your'head into every department of every department
store. You run into the' florist's, the confectioner's, the oguI oguI--
- oguI-- is't's, the leading groceries, banks, theaters, all the various
.places that supply the things that make this the twentieth
century and life worth the living. Here is a greater -choice in
cldthing, food, furniture, books, pictures, musical instruments,
travel, entertainment, opportunities for investment, the ser service
vice service of public utility corporations than any monarch o( old
could command.
It wbuld easily take a thousand years, traveling hard all day,
to find out for yourself what the advertisements tell you in
a few minutes morning or evening.
They deserve your attention. They deserve our confidence.
Without them, without the progressive spirit of the merchants
and manufacturers who back them, the great abundance of
things you now enjoy would be a memory or somthing still
to be realized. Without advertising the prices you would have to
pay for many of the .necessities you now buy for a few pennies
would make a dollar look like a snow ball on the kitchen range
Read the advertsements. Read them for your own informa information
tion information and advantage. Read them to encourage the advertisers
who are making these better things possible for- you.



OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30. 1919

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$) THINGS TO EAT

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Horse Radish

al Scarlet Sweet Relish

lolled Oats in bulk
kSamp or Big Ileminy

DuffyV Apple Juice
.Mott's Sweet Cider
v Curtisola Antipaste

ssion Prunes, ready to serve

Kice Milk and Raisins in tin
ready to serve

plus Marshmalowi

faska Pickled Salmon
Pineapple Cheese
Cracker ileal,- Oyster Cfack-
ers and Soda Crackers in bulk
Kidd's Burr Gherkins
d Fashioned Buckwheat Flour

Lemon and Vanilla Paste Extract
Pfyhier Salad Dressing

hah JUfaddie iri Glass

;edless Raisins
Stewing Figs
Seeded Raisins'-

porated Prunes, Peaches, Apricots

anil Apples

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If you are in arrears on your in installment
stallment installment payments of Fourth Liberty
Loan Bonds, same will have to be paid
by Jan. 28th, as well as the final pay payment
ment payment which is due on that date. 27-4t

Miss Rena- Smith- leaves tomorrow
for Atlanta. -While Miss Smith is
away, Mrs- DeCamp will be in charge
of tbe Style Hat Shop.
Mr. arid Mrs. John Mathews and
Mr. .Harry Baxter of Candler were
among the out of town visitors enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying the fun. at Giw Hill's Minstrels
last night.
Little Miss Flora McKay, the niece
cf Mrs. E.A. Osborne, has been quite
sick with influenza at the home of
relatives, at Morriston. We are glad
t' report that she ia;much better.
Mrs. Martha Osborne of Waxhaw,
S. C, mother of Mr. E. A. Osborne,
arrived yesterday to make an ex extended
tended extended visit with her son and daughter-in-law.
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1 OverlandNcw Tires$250
New Tires $450 ;
1 Ford Roadster, $250
1 4 Biiick new tires $250
1 Olds 8 new tires $900
l,prd delivery

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1 Ford Tourings
1 Dodge Touring

350
$450
$675

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OCALA, FLORIDA.

The work of removing the De -La
Vergne oil engine from the city -plant
ir. progressing rapidly. We under understand
stand understand the engine will be shipped to
Cuba, where it has been sold.
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. Sergeant Peter Mackintosh left
yesterday for St. Petersburg on a bus business
iness business trip, ;f

Mr. Dick Stroud has been on
sick list for the past few days.

the

A pleasant motor party consisting
cf Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs. G.
S. Scott and daughter, Mrs. Laurie
Scott spent the day in Sanford Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. "' -, -;
MrJ and Mrs. Jack Camp expect
to return home today from Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. They are bringing their young
son, Henry, who underwent an opera operation
tion operation for appendicitis, but was doing
so nicely he was able to be moved.
. 'i
The many friends of. Miss Mary
McDowell will be glad tq know, that

I she is gradually improving after her

lecent severe relapse. It was on ac account
count account of Miss McDowell's serious con condition
dition condition that Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Balk Balk-c6m
c6m Balk-c6m were called home by telephone
from their wedding, trip.
Dr. Paul Gates of Macon, Ga., left
Sunday afternoon for his home, after
a brief visit with' his mother, Mrs. Ida
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j Gates, and his sisters, Mrs. E. P. Mar Mar-jtin
jtin Mar-jtin and Mrs. H. C. Petteway, in this
!city. Dr. Gates' wife and little daugh

ter, v iiu wcic iii sv iicic, weiii. as lar
as Ocala, where thgy expect to spend
a few days before proceeding to thelt
home. Plant City Courier.
The quiet and silence of the neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood in the second ward was sud suddenly
denly suddenly broken last evening by a pis pistol
tol pistol shot. On inquiry it was learned
that Mr. Sam Pyles had shot at a ne negro
gro negro who was seen prowling around
the home, of Mrs. Bittinger. Earlier
in the evening the homes of Mrs.
Pyles and Mrs. Lummus had been
visited so naturally this neighborhood
was on the alert. It is well known that
money and groceries are scarce here,
but. ammunition and arms are plenti plentiful
ful plentiful and in good condition".
The first of a very-pleesant series
of "at homes" was given Tuesday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and evening at the Episcopal
rectory. Mr. and Mrs. Kirkby and
Miss x Kirkby receive.d the'ir friends
in a very pleasant and informal' man manner.
ner. manner. A number called, both from the
congregation and outsiders and were
received with charming hospitality.
Punch was served during the after afternoon
noon afternoon and evening.. This pleasant cus custom
tom custom will be continued on the second

and fourth Tuesday of .the. month.
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The; sad. news has' been received by
Mrs. R. M. Martin, of the death of her
brother, Arthur G. Styles, at Hen Hen-dersonville,
dersonville, Hen-dersonville, N. C, Jan. 22nd. The
news came as quite a shock as Mrs.

Martin and her mother, Mrs. Styles, j

had just returned from Henderson

ville and left Mr. Styles very much 4

improved. Mr. Styles, had been in
poor health for the past two years.
Mr.' and Mrs. T. V.' Moore enter entertained
tained entertained at a dinner party at the Wind Windsor
sor Windsor Tuesday evening, for their guest,
Miss ; Irene Campbell of Orlando.
Jacksonville Metropolis.
Miss Campbell has just completed

la very pleasant visit her with her

aunt,. Mrs. W. W. Stripling.
Mrs. Laurie Scott and children, who
have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
q. S.cott on Fort King, left this
afternoon for their home in Birming Birmingham,
ham, Birmingham, Ala. '-
; Mr. and .Mrs.' Claude Gamble and
children ; and Mr. and Mrs. Murphy
oi Oak were visitors in the city yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday.
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Mrs. L. W. Rowntree, formerly Miss
Marie van Engelken, of Waterloo,
Iowa, is spending this week in Chi

cago, enjoying grand opera. She is
accompanied by one of her sorority
friends, Miss Ruth Finney, who is the
owner of a large and beatuiful farm
near Millwood, Illinois.
Dr. and Mrs. B. B. Todd of Atlanta,
have decided to locate permanently in
this city and will spend the season at
the Green Tree Inn. Dr. Todd, who
was several months in the army medi medical
cal medical department, will open an office
here. Miami Herald.

ATTENTION, HOME GUARDS

(Special Order No. 8)
All members are commanded to re report
port report at armory Friday evening, Jai.
31st, 1919, at, 7:45 p. m. Each man
to provide himself with tin cupi
By command of C. V. Roberts,
Captain Commanding Company.
January 28th, 1919.
BELLE VIEW

Belleview,- Jan. 29. A very pleas pleasant
ant pleasant surprise party was given Miss
Ruby McClendon at. her home Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night. Games were played and
refreshments served. The evening
was enjoyed very much by all pres present.
ent. present. Mr. Haskell returned to Belleview
from Alabama and will be at his
farm east of town for a while.
Mrs. Sam Millican returned to her
home here" Friday.
Mr. Clarence Lucius received his
discharge from the army and return returned
ed returned hdme Saturday.
Miss Ruby McClendon returned to
her work iri Jacksonville Sunday.
Mrs. Fielding is visiting her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. Murray, in Gainesville.
There will be a vaudeville and mov moving
ing moving picture entertainment at the
league hall Friday evening, Jam 31.
Mrs. Maier took a trip to Wildwooa
Saturday afternoon by auto with Mrs.
Dudley and returned Sunday on' the
train.
Marion district W." C. T. U. conven convention
tion convention will be held at the Methodist
church Feb. 3d, and 4th, beginning
Monday evening. Miss Minnie "E.
Neal of Jacksonville, state president,
will make an address and there will
be addresses Tuesday morning and
evening by good speakers from over
the district. Special music will be
provided. Mrs. Stella Bogges, our
new minister's wife, will address the
convention Tuesday afternoon. Eve Everybody
rybody Everybody come.. Anyone willing to "help
entertain delegates and visitors will
please notify Mrs. Weihe..
The two evangelist preachers who
have been holding meetings here,
will continue them through this week.

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OCALA. FLORIDA

Klenzo Creme, the perfect denti dentifrice
frice dentifrice is to be found in Ocala only at
Gerjg's Drue Store. 3-tf

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Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Toney than any other
contractor in the city.

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Call five-one and say send the Star.

Was a
Misery

Mrs. F. M. Jones, of
Palmer, Okla., writes t
"From the time 1 en entered
tered entered into womanhood
I looked with dread
from one month to the
next I suffered with my
back and bearing-down
; pain, until life "to me was
a misery. 1 would think
1 could not endure the
pain any longer, and 1
gradually got worse.
Nothing seemed to help
me until, one day,
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UNCLASSIFIED

ADVERTISEMENTS
RATES. Six Jne maximum, one
time 23c; three times 50a: six times
'.Sc.; one mont.i 3. Payable in advance.'
WANTED,' LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE- Valencia seed peanuts.
Apply to Bitting & Co., North Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia St., or phone 14. f 29-6t
FOR SALE Regal four-clinder, five five-passenger
passenger five-passenger automobile, almost new ana

in perfect condition. Address, or ap

ply 117 W. Jefferson St.

LOCALS

j Rev. W. H. Wrighton will preach at
IMartel at 3:30 Sunday afternoon.

The teachers and pupils of the in industrial
dustrial industrial school will attend the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church in a body Sunday morning.
The girls will wear their rieat new
uniforms and a special place in the
church will be reserved for them.
L. M. Rhodes, state marketing com commissioner,
missioner, commissioner, was in town yetserday,
conferring with County Demonstrator

; Blackburn.

30-3t

FOR' SALE Square piano, Swiss
music box, sewing machine (W.&W.)
and household furniture. Apply at 117
V. Jefferson St. 30-3t
IrOR SALE Nine room house, three
blocks from postofnee, in first class
repair; garage, cistern, large porches.
Also 20 acres two miles east of town.
Apply to S. S. Savage Jr., or owner,
117 W. Jefferson St 30-3t

LOST A four strand gold chain with
gold coin attached to end. Finder will
pleasure return to Gates' garage and
receive reward. 24-6t

" I took four bottles,"
Mrs. Jones goes on to.

say, "and was not only II M

greatly relieved, but can
truthfully say that I have
not a pain, i
" It has now been two
years since I tookCardui,
and I am still in good
health . I would ad advise
vise advise any woman or girl
to use Cardui who is a
sufferer from any female
trouble." ;
If you suffer pain caused
from womanly trouble, or
if you feel the need of a
good strengthening tonic
to build up yourrun-down
system, take the advice
cf Airs. Jones. Try Car Cardui.
dui. Cardui. It helped her. .We
believe it will help you.

All Druggists
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WANfED We offer one individual
representative, or any ladies' aid, mis missionary,
sionary, missionary, church or woman's club, in
each town; exclusively, a conservative,

dignified, permanent means of income.

TJ. S. Carbon Co., Birmingham, Ala Alabama.
bama. Alabama. 20-lm

WANTED All kinds of second hand
furniture, guns, 'beds, etc: Notify
me and I will send for them. v J. W.
Hunter, Gunsmith, South Main St. tf

OAK FIRE, WOOD
Seasoned oak fire wood 16 to 18 in inchest
chest inchest long, delivered anywhere in
Ocala. Phone 185-X. J. C. Johnson,
Ocala, Fla. 6-lm
' Enroll now for the Evening Star.

If you are in arrears on your in installment
stallment installment payments of Fourth Liberty
Loan Bonds, same will have to be paid
by Jan. 28th, as well as the final pay payment
ment payment which is due on that date. 27-4t

Sheriff Galloway has improved the
looks of the courthouse square by

having the dead tree on the south

east side, between the bandstand and.

the southside steps, ,cut down. t

Dr. G. C. Shephard wishes to an announce
nounce announce that he has received his dis discharge
charge discharge from the army and has resum resumed
ed resumed the practice of dentistry at his of offices
fices offices over the 5 & 10 cent store,
where he will be pleased to see his

friends and patients. 28-6t
, NORRIS the candy supreme. Sold
by the Court Pharmacy. 27-tf
The next big show at the Temple
will be the great musical t drama,
"Everywoman," next Wednesday eve evening.
ning. evening. The Star has spoken to several
people who have seen this play in
other places and they all praise it.
If you are in arrears on your, in installment
stallment installment payments of Fourth Liberty
Loan Bonds, same will have to be paid
by Jan. 28th, as well as the final pay payment
ment payment which is due on that date. 27-4 1

ONE GALLON OF

and one gallon of Pure Raw Linseed
Oil make two gallons of the best and
most durable Pure Linseed Oil House
Paint obtainable at a cost of from
$1.15 to $1.45 per gallonaccording to
the price of Pure Linseed Oil in your
locality. J
Get one of our 2-4-1 color cards,
which explains the quantity of Paint
you will. need. v
For Sale fly

J THE MARION HARDWARE"" CO CO-I
I CO-I Ocala. Florida

Among the recent visitors to the
industrial school were Messrs. Shu
field and Hayes of Pennsylvania, who
gave the scholars interesting talks.
W. K. Lane, M. D- Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala.
Florida. tf

Mrs. Norman Kirk has, just receiv
ed a message from her husband, Lieu Lieutenant
tenant Lieutenant Kirk, that he expects to arrive
in the city new week for a several
d.ys' visit. The many friends of Mrs.
Kirk, are delighted over the idea of
meeting her husband and he of course
will be given a most cordial welcome.
WANTED To buy a Ford car. Or
will trade land 'for it. Apply Box 329,
Ocala, Fla. 30-6t ;
WANTED
'.
At once, Ford Touring Car. Must
be late model and. cheap foricash. Ap Apply
ply Apply at this office. v
2e-4t OCALA STAR.

Rev. J. R. Herndon leaves tomorrow
for Sheffield, Ala., where he goes tt
attend an important church meeting.

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I desire -to announce it most important Theatrical Engagemen
I have contracted with Mr. Henry W. Savage, who is ac acknowledged
knowledged acknowledged as America's greatest .producer, to bring his
magnificent Musical spectacle EVERYWOMAN to
the TEMPLE THEATER for one performance on
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5th.
Mr. Savage has given to the public such productions as
"Parsifal," "Madam Butterfly" and "The Girl of the
Golden West." And EVERYWOMAN is of the:
same supreme excellence.
I know of my own knowledge that "EVERY WOMAN" has
been a sensation elsewhere. I am sure it will arouse enor enormous
mous enormous interest here. -EVERY WOMAN" is one of those
creations which has made theatrical history, and surely
will prove the event of the season. It combines all the
attractive elements of Grand Opera, Drama. Spectacle
- and Musical Comedy. It is the only company of this
production on tour, and Lam proud and happy to be able
to bring the entire Company and production of "EVERY-

WOMAN" to the theatergoers of this city.

is called to the opening of the
seat sjtle Saturday- morning

at the Court Pharmacy. You can reserve your seats now
sby mail. Your Order will receive immediate attention,
state which location you wish, and enclose Cheque or
money order for exact amount with self addressed stamped
envelope, and tickets will be sent ou .by return mail.
Make all drafts and orders payable to above Theater.

YOUR ATTENTION

E C. IBeeiiietlt Mgr.
Temple Tlueatter
; ; .Ocala, '-Florida.

Mr. and Mrs. Futch and baby have
gone to St. Petersburg: for a .few
weeks' visit. Mr. Futch has just re recently
cently recently received his discharge from the
army and as soon as he can arrange
his business affairs in. St. Petersburg
he and his family will return to this
city, where they will in the future re reside.
side. reside. Mr. Futch is a son-in-law of
Mr. Raiford Simmons of this city and
together they intend to do extensive
farming. Ocala is fortunate to claim
this family as residents.
Dr. C. v. Moremen, Cental surgeon.
Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 211. Residence phone 298.
Ocala, Fla. tf
The Star regrets to hear of thw
death of Mr. A. II. Holland, who pass passed
ed passed away at his home at Citra 'this
morning. Mr. Holland was G years
old. He has been living at Citra for
many years, and is survived by his
daughter, Mrs. J. M. Luff man 'of Oak.
The funeral services will be announc announced
ed announced later. They will e in charge of
Jordan & Co.

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If it is a writing tablet you want,
phone us; we have it. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 27-tf
Gus Hill's minstrels added to the
fun at the Temple. last night by tak taking
ing taking cracks at several local celebrities.
Billy Gallagher, Ed Tucker, and
George Chambers weret among those
favored. The Book Shop people say
that as soon as the store opened this
morning, Ed. came '4n and bought a
Bible.

Irish Potato, Ben and other spring
seed. Bitting & Co. 25-6t
Mrs. Geo. J, Blitch and son, Hardy
Croom, were in town today, on their
way from Williston to Miami, where
they will be the guests of Mrs.
Blitch's sister. Miss Jefferson Bell, for
the next few weeks.

Snowflake Marshmallows and Satin
Finish Stick Candy, the kind the kid kiddies
dies kiddies all like. Get it at the Court
Pharmacy. v 27-tf
For the best laxative, take Rexall
Liver Salts. Grig's Drug Store. 3-tf
- Mr. John Hayes and wife of Web Webster
ster Webster were in town' today. Mr.. Hayes
enlisted early last' summer and train trained
ed trained at Camp Sevier, where he was
promoted to mess sergeant of his com

pany. Having received, his discharge,

he- and his young, wife are preparing

to go td housekeeping, their plans

for which were interrupted by the

war.

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Let us quote you prices

on a Monument or Head Headstone
stone Headstone to mark tho last rest resting
ing resting place of your loved
ones
T.1ARBLE OR GRANITE.
OCALA MARBLE WORKS
E. W.'LEAVENGOOD, Mgr.
X. Magnolia SL
OCALA, FLORIDA.

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AUTO MEA'RSE SERVICE
W e deliver caskets free any where in the county.
Calls promptly answered night or day.
WILBUR C. SMITH SAM R. PYLES, JR
LICENCED EMBALMERS.
Day Phone 10 Night Phones 225 and 423

S EE O S 2
We are now ready to offer BEAN SEED,
Wadwcll and Davis Kidney Wax perbu. $14.
Valentine and other green beans per bu. S13.
Also have Fresh Peas, .Water Melon," Canta Cantaloupe,'
loupe,' Cantaloupe,' Cucumber and other seeds.
OCALA SEED STORE

Celery, Onion and Lettuce plants.

Bittine & Co. 25-6t

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A fresh shipment of Norris Peanut

Brittle, Marshmallows and Stick
Candy just in at the Court Pharm

acy. , 27-tf

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The. friends of .ieut. Wm. A. Alt

man will-be glad to know he will re

main with us. He will resume his

former, place in the postoffice on the
first. . '

Don't forget to get our prices on

wax and green bean seed, garden peas

and all other seed. Ocaia Seed Store

Ocala, Fla. 2-tf

There is at least one physician in

town who" thinke he .will in future

prescribe music for a stiff knee.
Ladies) if there, is any Toilet Article
you are in need of, we have' it.' The
Court Pharmacy. 27tf
Received today by express a "ship "shipment
ment "shipment of Nunnally's candies at Gerig's
Orug Store. 3-tf
A cute performer at the minstrels
last night was a little colored girl,
who acted as trainbearer at the mock
wedding. People who wondered where
the comDany picked up its "mascot,
were informed after the show that the
kid was the little daughter of Mrs.
Bennett's cook. The, child didnt seem
to be able to comprehend what tc do
until the music struck up, then she
fell right into step and carried her
part out very nicely.
"We have some bargains In box sta stationery.
tionery. stationery. Better come and look them
over. Gerig's Drug Store. 3-tf -t
MOVED

My office is now in Chace. block on
Main street, across from Harrington
Hall. J. E. Bailey, Notary Public.
ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F4
meets every -Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows hall on the third floor of
the Star office building at 7:30 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.
Joe Poter, N G. ;
J. D. McCaskill. -Secretary.

MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE NO. 15
Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. 15
meets the first and third Monday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month in the Odd Fel Fellows'
lows' Fellows' hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Claire Moremen, N. G.
' Eloise Bouvier, Secretary.

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Heal vs. False Economy
At This Time

Resist the mental suggestion to curtail your regular taking of ice'
until "the weather turns warm again." Your refrigerator is going
nicely now; it s well chilled and it is doing full duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it may, sulk on you all the
remainder of the season. ;

OCALA ICE AND PACKING COMPANY

WTTTTTT QT-AP T TAT IT

TRANSFER iil STORAGE I

AUTO
TRUCK"
. service;
Long Distance
Moving

COVERED
MOVING
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Teaming PseMcg
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Second Hand
U M L. A IP' B SCS :

Bonglit and Sold.
We Pay llie Hiohest CasIiIPrlces
Write for Prices to L
JAMPA BAG COUfflPABJY
POSTOFFICE BOX 592 Long Distance Phone 4475
Tampa, Florida

THE .WMDSOE MOTEL
Jacksonville, Florida

R. A. 31. CHAPTER NO. 13
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M- on the first
Friday in every month at 7:30 p. m.
, J. A. Bouvier, IL P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is

second to none.

RAXES From $1-50 per day per person to $6.

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager. 0

J. EKAVANAUGO,
Proprietor.

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