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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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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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W eather Forecast Partly cloudy to to-right
right to-right and Saturday; cot much change
in temperature.
OGALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1919.

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ADEQUATE il
FOR AMERICA

Half a 3fillion 3!en for Next Year
Recom m ended, by .Military Com Committee
mittee Committee to the House
(Associated Press)
Washington, Jan 31-An army of
00,000 was unanimously decided on
today by the House military commit committee
tee committee as the basis of determining the
appropriation for army pay for the
year beginning next July. Committee
members said that number is expect expected
ed expected to be the average force during the
year.
ADMINISTRATION NAVAL PLAN!
APPROVED
Unanimous approval of the admin administration's
istration's administration's hew three-year naval pro pro-giam,
giam, pro-giam, with th? number of capital
ships reduced from sixteen to ten be because
cause because of differences among expert
over the value of battle cruisers, was
voted today by the House naval com committee.
mittee. committee.
SMITH WANTS TO KEEP A CAMP
Final arguments are being made
before the Senate military committee
today by Senator Smith of Georgia, in
behalf of the army training camp pro project
ject project at Camp Benning, Columbus. A
vote of the committee tomorrow on
proceeding with or abandoning the
project was ordered. t
REFRIGERATOR RATES
.
Washington, Jan. 3L-R. Hudson
Burr, representing the Florida public
utilities commission, told the Senate
interstate commerce committee that
the railroad administration had
agreed to postpone for one week the
effective date of increases in refrig refrigerator
erator refrigerator car rates, which were to have
been effective tomorrow. Florida ship shippers
pers shippers have been called to meet in
Washington next week to protest
against the increases.
WITNESSES AGAINST PACKERS
Washington, Jan. 31 The names
of witnesses upon whose testimony
charges of collusion among the five
leading packers were based by the
federal trade commission will be sub submitted
mitted submitted voluntarily by the commission
to the House commerce committee,
together with all other testimony and
evidence gathered during the investi
gation of the meat industry, Chair Chairman
man Chairman Colver of the commission so in informed
formed informed the committee today.
ANOTHER BUNCH COMING OVER
The departure from France of
twelve transports carrying more than
850 officers and 11,000 men, including including-four
four including-four coast artillery regiments com complete,
plete, complete, is' announced by the war de department.
partment. department. Seven of the ships are
scheduled to dock at New York, thre
at Newport News, and one each at
Baltimore and Philadelphia,
A SEWING CIRCLE
The league of nations is rapidly get getting
ting getting down to the sewing circle, with
no means of enforcement and no in international
ternational international office force. "Now is the
time to go the limit in expanding our
navy' said Admiral Mayo, command commander
er commander in chief of the Atlantic fleet, in
urging immediate naval expansion ber
fore the House naval committee.
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. MISS MINNIE E. NEAL
Let all Ocalans who can possibly do
so attend the district W. C. T. U. con convention
vention convention at Belleview Monday evening,
at which time Miss Minnie E. Neal,
state president, will speak.
OAK FIRE WOOD
Seasoned oak fire wood 16 to 18 in inches
ches inches long, delivered anywhere in
Ocala. Phone 185-X. J. C. Johnson,
Ocala, Fla. 6-lm
Celery, Onion and Lettuce plants.
Bitting & Co. 25-6t

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Other Russian Governments Won't
Meet Them at Princess
Islands
(Associated T'ressj
ence so far has had two replies to its t
invitation extended the various Bus-!
sfan governments for a conference at
the Princess Islands. The govern government
ment government of North Russia formally re refuses
fuses refuses to meet the BoIshevikL The
Omsk government, while less cate categorical,
gorical, categorical, expresses strong reserve.
GERMAN COLONIES AND TUR TURKEY
KEY TURKEY The supreme council, it is officially
armouncttfi, has reached satisfactory
provisional arrangements for dealing
with the German colonies and the .oc .occupied
cupied .occupied territories of Turkey in Asia.
It decided that military representa representatives
tives representatives of the Allied powers at Versail Versailles
les Versailles should meet and report on th
most equitable distribution of the bur burden
den burden of supplying militar forces for
the purpose of maintaining order in
Turkey, pending action by the confer conference
ence conference regarding the government of
Turkish territory.
OFFICERS COMMISSIONED
AT ANNAPOLIS
(Associated Press)
Annapolis, Jan. 31 Secretary Dan Daniels
iels Daniels presented commissions to 163
ntembers of the fifth and final reserve
officers class at the naval academy to today.
day. today. CHRISTY MATHEWSON MAY
MANAGE THE GIANTS
(Associated Press)
New York; Jan. 31. Christy Math Math-ewson
ewson Math-ewson may become manager of the
New York Giants, according to re reports
ports reports in well informed baseball circles
today. -
AIRPLANES WERE SAVED
(Associated Press)
New York, Jan. 31. Two hangars
were destroyed by -fire at the naval
station at Rocka way Point today, but
the commander of the station report reported
ed reported that six airplanes in each hangei
were removed before the; flames at attacked
tacked attacked the buildings.
WACAHOOTA
Wacahoota, Jan. 30. We are hav having
ing having delightful weather now and the
opening of violets and yellow jasmine
shows that spring is nearly here."
The remains of Mrs. Mary Smith
of Jacksonville; were brought here
for interment at the Baptist cemetery
Jan. 19th. Mrs. Smith was a sweet
Christian lady. She was about 65
years of age. She was the mother of
fifteen children, ten of whom preced preceded
ed preceded her to the great beyond. The body
was accompanied by her four daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, Mrs. Kate Burpee and Mrs. Ellie
Roberts of Jacksonville, Mrs. Wallace
Reynolds of Virginia, and Mrs. Sophia
Baker of Atlanta, with whom she was
visiting when taken ill. Ser son, Mr.
Smith, who resides out west, was un unable
able unable to come to hps mother on account
of the serious illness of his wife with
influenza. She was laid to rest under
the beautiful oaks by the side of her
husband, who preceded, her several
years ago. Rev. Guy of Williston con
ducted the funeral services. The
floral offerings were indeed lovely,
many being sent by friends in At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta and Jacksonville. ;
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. McMullen and
children of; Micanopy and Mrs. Mc Mc-Mullen's
Mullen's Mc-Mullen's sister, Mrs. Riggs and two
daughters, Misses Jessie and Tommie
Riggs of Charlotte, N. C, and Messrs.
Neal and Cecil Mathews of Fleming Fleming-ten,
ten, Fleming-ten, were guests to supper of Mr. and
Mrs. C. R. Curry on the 19th.
Mrs. V. P. Smith was called to Tif Tif-ton,
ton, Tif-ton, Ga., last Wednesday by the
serious illness of her, brother, Mr.
Kirby Griner. '
Mr.. Napoleon Smith and sister,

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APACHES CLAD AS

AMERICANS
3Iainly Responsible for Stories that
Our Men in Paris are Addicted
to Robbery and Murder
Paris, Jan. 31. (By the Associated
Press.) That Apaches of all nation nationalities
alities nationalities dressed in American uniforms
were mainly responsible for the acts
cf violence which have caused broad broadcast
cast broadcast publicity to be given to an alleg alleged
ed alleged American "crime wave" in Paris
is shown by an investigation conduct conducted
ed conducted by the Associated Press. It has
been further ascertained that assaults
aiu! holdups are infinitesmal in num number
ber number compared with the published
figures 'of the "crime wave" existing
nearly exclusively in the vivid imagi imagination
nation imagination of sensational local newspap newspapers.
ers. newspapers. MARRIAGES, THEY SAY,
ARE MADE IN HEAVEN
Perhaps That is the Reason Why Nat
Goodwin Passed in His
Checks
(Associated Pres3)
New York, Jan. 31. Nat C. Good Goodwin,
win, Goodwin, the actor, died in a hotel here
early today after a brief illness. His
death was due to a general break breakdown,
down, breakdown, following an operation for the
removal of his right eye several
months ago. Goodwin was born in
Boston in 1857.
A STRIKE VOTE AMONG
THE EXPRESSMEN j
(Associated Press)
St. Paul, Jan. 31w The taking of a
strike vote throughout the country
has been started by the expressmen's
union, Eugene J. Gardos, chairman of
the executive committee announced
today. The men are said to be dis dissatisfied
satisfied dissatisfied with the action of officials
who are hold-overs from the staffs of
the privately owned companies, in
opposing the unionization of the em employes.
ployes. employes. MEN ON THE MINNEKAIIDA
(Associated Press)
New York, Jan. 31. Casual Com Company
pany Company 222, Alabama men, comprising
two officers and 67 men, on the trans transport
port transport Minnekahda, arrived today from
France. - -'
EP WORTH LEAGUE WORK
The northern half of Ocala Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League district will hold its in institute
stitute institute in Ocala, Feb. 2-3, beginning
Sunday at 3:30 p. m.; and holding
over until Monday noon, Feb. 3. Rev.
Ralph E Noller, assistant secretary
cf southern leaguedom, will be pres present
ent present and address our people Sunday
evening at 7:30 o'clock, at the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church.
Miss Leola, were visitors to Williston
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs; J. O. Tyson and chilr
dren were shopping in Archer Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. -R. P. Smith were
transacting business in Micanopy Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Curry and
daughter, Miss Thelma, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bradshaw
of Archer.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Edwards and
sons, William and Laurence of Ocala,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.. J. M.
Smith to help Master Pearce Smith
celebrate his fifth birthday.
. Mr. Frank Britt and -family of the
Ebenezer section have moved on the
Beck plade. We are glad to ;have
them in our midst.
Messrs. Pat Jones and Carol Emer Emerson
son Emerson of Tacoma and Miss Lillian Col Col-clough
clough Col-clough of Micanopy, were calling on
Miss Thelma Curry Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Lute Howell, Mrs.
Elvin Bruton and son, J. D., were
shopping in Micanopy Saturday.

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BOARD OF T

A Very Interesting and Encouraging
Meeting Held Last Evening
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The meeting of the board of trade
Last evening was well attended. One
particularly gratifying feature in re regard
gard regard to the attendance was the fact
that many of the younger business
men of the town were present. New
blood in any organization means
the board of trade is taking on new j
life and inspiration. j
The committee appointed to wait on
Mr. L. W. Duval to urge his accept acceptance
ance acceptance of the presidency of the board
of trade for the coming year report reported
ed reported that .'Jr. Duval would accept same
if he could be guaranteed lhe support
of 100 active members. Mr. John Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, in answering Mr. Welch's ques question,
tion, question, "What shall we tell Mr. Duval,"
voiced the sentiment of all present
when he said, "Tell him we will get
the members." The membership com committee
mittee committee will get busy at once, and will
meet next Tuesday night to perfect
plans for a membership drive. Mr.
Frederick Rocker's motion that the
a. t Live raemoersaip otr uiviueu into two
teams to solicit new members and
that the losing team serve a banquet
to the entire membership was heartily
approved. This drive will be one of
lively but most friendly competition.
Mr, Welch read a telegram from
the state automobile association urg urging
ing urging that he wire our congressman and
senators to support the Bankhead
amendment to the federal aid law, in
behalf of good roads. The board au authorized
thorized authorized Mr. Welch to so wire at once.
Mr. Chase of the Florida Soft
Phosphate & Lime Co., told the board
seme interesting facts in regard to
the progress and growth of his home
town, brought about by the number
of manufacturing interests brought
to the town through the efforts of the
business men's association. Some of
the industries secured gave employ employment
ment employment to several hundred people, fill filling
ing filling forty to fifty dwellings with ten tenants,
ants, tenants, and adding much to the business
of the stores of the town. Multiply Multiplying
ing Multiplying this result tp cover a number of
such industries, Mr. Chase said, had
meant the growth and success of
many New England towns. In speak speaking
ing speaking of manufacturing interests, Mr.
Chase brought out the fact that many
manufacturing towns of note today
had started from very small begin beginnings.
nings. beginnings. In proof of the statement he
cited the now immense shoe manu manufacturing
facturing manufacturing industries 'of -St. Louis,
which had their, beginning in assem assembling
bling assembling different portions of shoes ship shipped
ped shipped from eastern concerns. Later on
those interested in the manufacture
of shoes "got together" and decided
to make St. Louis a shoe manufactur manufacturing
ing manufacturing center. Please note they "got to together."
gether." together." When all the people of a
town can get together on any good
work it is bound to be a success. Try
it. The lesson which shov'd have been
gained from Mr. Chase's' talk is that
it. will pay us to work hard to bring
manufacturing inteersts to Ocala, and
to offer such concerns every incen incentive
tive incentive within reason to come to us. This
is the great need of Ocala and we
have a wonderful location for such in industries.
dustries. industries. Mr. Chase said one great
need of Ocala was more electric pow power.
er. power. Needless to say all present agreed
with him.
Mr. Howard Curry, industrial agent
of the S. A. L., came before the board
tn ask consideration of a very cordial
invitation to be present with an ex exhibit
hibit exhibit at the fair to be held in Tampa.
Owing, to the fact that the matter of
exhibiting at Tampa has been taken
up at a meeting called for that pur purpose
pose purpose during the fair at Jacksonville,
and a committee appoitned of which
Mr. Z. C. Chambliss was chairman, to
confer with Mr. Brorein, president of
the Tampa fair, reported that it would
not be to the best interests of Marion
county to1 place an exhibit at Tampa
this year, there was some discussion
asUo the wisdom of accepting Mr.
Curry's invitation. It was brought out
in these discussions that the arrange arrangement
ment arrangement of the premium list of the Tam-

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REPUBLICANS ARE

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Attack Wilson's Plan for Dealing with
German Colonies and Tur Turkey
key Turkey in Asia
(Associated Press)
Washington, Jan. 31. Republicans
in the Senate today sharply attacked
the plan for dealing with the German
colonies and occupied territories of
Turkey in Asia, which it was an announced
nounced announced from Paris yesterday had
been proposed by President Wilson,
and accepted in principle by the su supreme
preme supreme council. Senator Lodge declar declared
ed declared the report of the plan was "abso "absolutely
lutely "absolutely unbelievable"; Senator Knox
asserted the proposed obligations
would involve a "stupendous and pre preposterous
posterous preposterous undertaking."
RALPH DEPALMA HUNG
. UP A NEW RECORD
(Associated Press)
Daytona, Jan. 31. With an auto automobile
mobile automobile equipped with an airplane
motor, Ralph DePalma made 135
miles an hour yesterday afternoon on
the Daytona Beach speedway. He was
testing the machine, which will be
used next week in an effort to break
the record of 142 miles an hour, ma'de
by Bob Burman in 1911.
ANILINE PRODUCTS
FACTORY WRECKED
(Associated Press)
kyack, N. Y., Jan. 31. Three are
reported missing and twenty were re removed
moved removed to the hospital following an
explosion which wTecked the plan of
the Aniline Products corporation here
today. All the victims were employes
of the plant.
LICENSES YET REQUIRED
U. S. explosives licenses are still
required for all explosives except am ammonium
monium ammonium nitrate, electric blasting ma machines,
chines, machines, fireworks and flashlight pow powders.
ders. powders. Licenses still required for explo explosives
sives explosives ingredients when purchased for
use in manufacture of explosives.
Need for protection of explosives
is as great as ever.
Clarence E. Woods,
U. S. Inspector of Explosives.
pa fair was such that it would be im impossible
possible impossible for Marion county to make
any winnings which would add to the
victories won at Jacksonville. Many
of those present were of the opinion
that if we could not add to our vie vie-tories
tories vie-tories it would be a detriment to eri eri-ter
ter eri-ter the contest. Some felt it would
be a wonderful opportunity to adver advertise,
tise, advertise, and to this all agreed. The ques question
tion question then came up as to the probable
impossibility to get up a creditable
exhibit at this time of the year and
the great expense attached thereto.
This discussion also brought ou the
need of advertising literature and. a
number also brought out the need of
advertising literature, and a number
of those present were of the opinion
that it would be wise to use the money
which would have to be spent to place
the exhibit at Tampa, and which could
only be done at a financial loss, to get
out some form of booklet advertis advertising
ing advertising and making the best of victories
already won. A motion that. a com committee
mittee committee of five be appointed to make a
thorough investigation of all the
points brought out for and against
exhibiting at Tampa carried, and such
a committee will be appointed and
tne matter left to its decision. In the
meantime, Mr. Ditto and Mr. Hunter
were appointed to express the appre appreciation
ciation appreciation of the board to the fair man management
agement management at Tampa for the invitation.
The meeting then adjourned to
meet next Thursday night at eight
o'clock.
For the best laxative, take Rexall
Liver Salts. Grig's Drug Store. 3-tf

BELFAST I 10 DAD

Irish City is Taking Berlin for Its
Pernicious Example
Asj-ocIatd Press)
London. Jan. 31. Telegrams from
Belfast depict a situation which seems
akin to that which recently obtained
in German cities under revolutionary
rule. The Daily Mail says the city is
ruled by a strike committee instead
cf city ofilc:a!s.
TROUBLE AT GLASGOW
Glasgow, Jan. 31. Several persons
were injured today when the police
charged a crowd of strikers with
brums. The mounted police were
caled cut, and a number cf arrests
followed.
LIEUT BAR CO TVITH
ARMY OF OCCUPATION
Lieut. S. J. Barco, with the field ar artillery
tillery artillery of the army of occupation-in
Germany, gives -some idea of the coun country
try country through which he is traveling in
postcards "shewing Marksburg, Lore Lore-leyfelsen
leyfelsen Lore-leyfelsen and Wildenburg, dated Dec.
11, 1C and 17, which were recently re received
ceived received by his, sister, Mrs. J. M. Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, and his nieces, Miss Helen Jack Jackson
son Jackson and Miss Ethel Jackson. Ex Excerpts
cerpts Excerpts from the cards follow:
"December 11. The last month i
haven't had time to wrte at all. We
are still on the march but are resting
today. Both man and beast need it. I
hope you have a very happy Christ Christmas.
mas. Christmas. I haven't had a letter and have
seen only one paper in going on two
months. A month ago today firing
ceased. Tomorrow we reach the Rhine.
It is quite an experience to be in the
army of occupation, but not without
ili hardships. Hope to be home in
three or four months.
"December 16. Am sitting on the
bank cf the Rhine. We have stopped
o feed the horses and men. Had rcg'
ular old army beans but they are
mighty good when you are hungry.
We passed this scene (Loreleysen
mountain last night at sunset. It is
mighty pretty.
"December 17. These pretty post postcards
cards postcards cost heaps of money, but I want
all to have an idea of what a prettj
country we have been traveling thru.
We spent the night at Coblenz and
reach our destination tonight. I sure
will be glad to see a paper and get
some mail and a bath. Have haa
neither in going on two months."
Miami-Herald.
For many years Ocala was the
home of Lieut. Barco, and his many
friends here will be glad to hear of
him.
A NEW PRACTITIONER
Dr. E. J. Bryan, a veterinary sur surgeon,
geon, surgeon, who has just received his re release
lease release from the government service at
Camp Johnston, has decided to locate
u Ocnla and practice his profession
in Marion county, this section having
been recommended to him by the ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural department in Washington,
and also by Dr. DeMilley, state veter veterinarian,
inarian, veterinarian, and Dr. Mahaffey, head of
the veterinary department of the
Jacksonville board of health.
Dr. Bryan is a graduate of the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Veterinary College and has seen
service in Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin
and Minnesota, and has a certificate
from the latter state, where he had
charge of one of the large experimen experimental
tal experimental farms. He comes well recom recommended
mended recommended from sections where he has
practiced.
As this section is rapidly develop developing
ing developing into a stock raising section, the
services of Dr. Bryan will no doubt
be largely sought. "His practice cov covers
ers covers all kinds of live stock, hogs, cat cattle,
tle, cattle, horses, dogs, etc.
Dr. Bryan holds a lieutenant's com commission
mission commission from the United States array,
and his constant service for the past
seven months at Camp Johnston re remount
mount remount station should fit him especial especially
ly especially for his profession in this climate.
He volunteered in the army during
1917.

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Liberty Loan i
stamp quotas fcr i. 1
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that the count :
Liberty Bonds v. i.l i ;
of war savings s: ::
county has fai :
assigned que::: u;- t
bond careen.: jr..
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until April in the .
Lr.gs stamps, for t
savings stamps over
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subdivided ir.to r ..
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which have e:.c I t :
quotas assign: it' : ;
previous to th;;t r.
offered will I w ..
amount of the e:.c;
sales, and to the
for the previous irr.;"
the deficiency :
quota.
"Quotas for warr.v:
distributed by yc u to ;
within your d.
be determined z.s ir
your judgment a fur
same factors v,h:ch 1
the assignment cf ;
by the treasury t"
principle of crci.: :
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over or under r.;l
savings quotas . ..
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Liberty Loan and v. ;.r
are assigned."
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T. U. at the Pit?!,; Pit?!,;-terday
terday Pit?!,;-terday aft err. ccn
The. president, II:.
read a pa?fc;;e frc
was follov.ir.: i
and prayer. Mir.ut
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were read
and nr;
Packham gave
of the state exc
she attended in
pica for rencv.r.
the Union Si.-r
elected to th
convention at I
Feb. 3-4. Du ?
amount of $7. I
the new year v,
F. A. Osborne j
Little, corre.;r :
J. W. Edward',
Mrs. A. T. T:.
E. Van He
president frfr.i
are as follows:
Packham; Tr-. ',
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tin: Episco
Christian,
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the Presbytei Lin ch
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port at armory I": ."
31st, 1919, at 7:;:. -to
provide hi:.. ;
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Captain Ccmr-.r.-;
January 2Sth, I'M
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;i-'vtd on readers without extra com
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1 advertisements at legal rates.
.i "rtras mu,t mounted, or charge
;il h ma.de forrnountlnff.

In

,fart3 of the South, there

u;vik propaganda going on,
i..ti ;.d:.d to stir up the negroes
in::t the whites.. There is only one
i:r-ver to that sort of argument.
President Wihon, in his walks
r;! .-ut Paris b said to depend oi
Vi'jr.zh children to set him straight if
I.l la:;--, his way. Prexy is the wise
Ley. A little French child is; a safer
;;ui !j than an American politician.

Hilars Gomme, for years the in-r-:
tficj.; county agent of Lake, has
) a r:ar.;:d a state agent in the ex-

"

! j-rtment of the University

3 has many friends in Marion

There will be a big sale of govern govern-vnt
vnt govern-vnt hcrces and mules at Camp
.T:h;ictont Feb. 17, and people who
v;,r.t to buy good animals at a low

r. A poster, telling of the conditions
I the cale is up in the Star window.
Picxidont Wilson advises that Bol Bol-,:!o:n
,:!o:n Bol-,:!o:n can be killed by feeding its
t. Probably so; but to insure
T -cci.- cf the undertaking" we
.-'J respectfully recommend a pinch
cyanide with each meal. Tampa

If it could only be administered to
V ii;:ht perron each time. k

yt t

of Tlavor McKay, are

:c-r.;ng him for the governorship
They should McKay while the
a taints. Start the boom at the
::.ry press banquet. Clearwater
- f - ' '
Gcod i-entiment, if it i3 a poor pun.
.uld te a treat to poor old Flor Flor-.
. Flor-. i ) I-.i.ve a"" governor like McKay.

j Vr.T Gwearingen i3 bringing
I c '-u-s for governor in order
Oivilj thy vote of the better!; ele ele-rf
rf ele-rf tl-s rtatc, he might get out
v-! -j would help him share the re re-rtitili:'
rtitili:' re-rtitili:' cf t!i? awful conditions
il-.Q Etio industrial school which
rrcmi' 1 th2 people would be his
car- if they elected him at at-:
: at-: ,y f : : rai Lakeland Telegram.
Van'3 record on that reform school
: -lit to defeat any man.

th.it. Mr. Wilson wants

CrniGn culcnics internationalized

.Vt fancy the idea of

ku ho d

i 1 1

the Marshall, Car-

? ;:uJ Ludrcne islands, which com

er

Hilt of cur alliii to ccir.e in. We
den't want anybody from the enemy
nations for forty years, let alone
four.

HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT

With this issue begins the publica publication
tion publication of our high school department,
which we trust will be kept up until
the end of the school season. We of offered
fered offered space for this department to the
school when it opened, but the "flu
vacation," and the extra work on
teachers and pupils in consequence
has delayed the offer being utilized
until now.
The Star is very proud of the Ocala
high school and takes deep interest in
its work. In our opinion it has the
most clever teachers and brightest
scholars of any school anywhere. We
are going to observe the school de department
partment department with all the solicitude of a
hen watching one of her chickens, and
if it is successful nobody will be quite
so proud of it as us.

THOSE GERMAN CANNON

.: ,1 the American line of communi-M:-n
tj thrj Philippines. Such dis dis-v
v dis-v t of Japan doesn't argue well for
.-;.rrcs3 cf a league of nations.

; ? t thirj America can do about

Philippines is to turn them loose

In our last issue appeared a protest
by one of our citizens against the
move to obtain a German cannon for
each county seat "in America; said
movement being started by a bill to
that effect introduced into Congress
by Senator Trammell. The writer
seems to object to the idea on senti sentimental
mental sentimental grounds.
The Star has no sentimental objec objection
tion objection to the measure. So far as senti sentiment
ment sentiment is concerned, we would not ob object
ject object to a big bertha being mounted on
each corner of our public square.
We do object, howover, on econom economic
ic economic grounds. We have no time to add
them up, but there are about 3000
county seats in the United States,
maybe more. It would take at least
$200 to bring a cannon to a county
seat and set it up. That would be six
million dollars, and we can't conceive
of a more damphool way of spending
the people's money.
, Another ; matter to consider, is,
couldithe cannon be obtained. The
otily gun suitable for such a purpose
would be the 77, which is about the
size of. the ten-pounder Parrot which
was the favorite, for such purposes
after the civil war. A machine gun
would not be suitable it would soon
rust to pieces if not covered and con constantly
stantly constantly cared for. A bigger gun would
be ,too expensive to bring over and
set up. The American army has not
captured 3000 field pieces from the
Germans, so if each of our county
seats is to have one we should have
to buy from our Allies.
We wish Senator Trammell would
center his -energies on obtaining a
needed .bonus for each of our dis discharged
charged discharged soldiers and sailors. The
best thing the American government
can do with German cannon that it
cannot use itself is to turn them over
to the French, to melt and recast into
building material for its devastated
territory. ";.. ;
Tampa business men. deserted by
the Mallory line, threaten to build a
steamship line of their own. A cen century
tury century ago a seaport the size of Tamp,
had ships sailing to all parts of the
world. Expecting the government or
some big corporation to do it all has
taken the vim out of a large propor proportion
tion proportion of our people.

GOOD THMGS TO EAT

rr

the Liberty Loan committee
z". yX to recommend. "Miami"
r.a .o for that ship, wouldn't it
:;thr intelligent to make it,

I'lorida?" There are a num-

Miamis in the country

-tant rivers by that name.

Miami

distinction. MMi-

. : h". would be a very clumsy
;h ; n ; hip, and Florida's Miami
,,,-ty i---rn cf the name that has
reputation.-
."e rcid wiLh pleasure the state state-in
in state-in the- Ocala Star referring to
rry satisfactory conditions at the
. prison farm?.." A humane and

the head of affairs

h.i person ofJ. S. Blitch.

.-count cf similar con-

iht r,tut-s industrial schooL

, in

at

y ;u cr.n, if the governor
:v -hi net support the present
r. 2i;:t, keep the school open
-.t ir.jrction and the news news-f
f news-f the "state 'take enough in in-it
it in-it to inspect it.

Fresh Grated Horse Radish
Royal Scarlet Sweet Relish
Rolled Oats in bulk t"
. Samp or Big Hominy Hominy-Duffy's
Duffy's Hominy-Duffy's Apple Juice
Mott's Sweet Cider
Curtisola Antipaste
Mission Prunes, ready to serve
Rice Milk and Raisins in tin
-. ready to serve
Angelus l-larshmalows
Alaska Pickled Salmon
Pineapple Cheese
Cracker Meal, Oyster Crack Crackers
ers Crackers and Soda Crackers in bulk

Mrs. Kidd's Burr Gherkins

Old Fashioned Buckwheat Flour
Lemon and Vanilla Paste Extract
Premier Salad Dressing ;

Fjnnan Haddie in Glasa ; v ;
- Seedless Raisins L n ;
Stewing FigsV'v-'.". -Seeded
Raisins
Evaporated Prunes, Peaches, Apricots
and Apples ;
0. K. TEAPOT GROCERY

PHONES 16 and 174

.BARGAINS Eh
USED CARS

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Icus2 committee on lmmiga-

h;rcJ that "America ; as a
pot has proved a great delus delus-iTiarc,"
iTiarc," delus-iTiarc," in its report on the
.Lcr.t gsroral immigration
- years after the signing of
2. treaty. The report said the
,n would protect American
.;:o:i f:cm unfair competition
. .njjurtrr.tnt, r.r.d prevent the
hi from cr:rAr. to America to

1 Overland New Tires 250
1 Chevrolet New Tires $450
1 Ford Roadster $250
14 Buiek new tires $250
1 Olds 8 new tires $900
1 Ford delivery
wagon .$350:
1 Ford Touring $450
1 Dodge Touring $675
Watch this list change
lit;valss:
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PHONE 348 V
OCALA, FLORIDA.

iuy Yet St-en in Occ'a
Thursday night is generally a dull
night at the theater, and there wasn't
a very big crowd at the Temple last
njght, but the attendance will prob-.
ably be large this and tomorrow. aft afternoons
ernoons afternoons and evenings. Everybody had
better see "Hearts of the World."
They will miss something that can't
be replaced if they do not.
. In the first place it is one of the
most pretty and pathetic romances
ever depicted on the movie screen. A
love story in which not only lover
love, the mainspring of all romance,
tut mother love, and the love of a lit little
tle little child is most beautifully express expressed.
ed. expressed. Beginning with the simple home
life of a pretty French town in the
days of an almost idyllic peace, the
story winds thru the tortured mazes
of the most horrible of wars and
ends in the brilliancy of triumph,
It would be difficult to tell which
most eloquently expressed the love
and sorrow of the piece Miss Gish
or little Ben. Both brought the tears
to the eyes of all the women and some
of the men who watched them.
Most battle scenes have to be faked,
but the battle pictures in "Hearts of
the World" were wound off the reel
while the camera was pointing at the
real thing. Watching this picture is
just like seeing the battle only safer.
The music rendered by the orches orchestra
tra orchestra that accompanies the picture is
ncthing less than splendid. Hearing
the music alone is worth more than
the price of admission.
At 8:15 this evening and 3:15 and
8:15 p. m. tomorrow the pictures will
start again. We can honestly assure
all our readers that if they see
"Hearts of the World," they will be
glad they went. To- hear the orchestra
play the Marsellaise or see the Am Americans
ericans Americans come on the scene will give
a never-to-be-forgotten thrill.

If you are in arrears on youi ta
stallment payments of Fourth Liberty
Loan Bonds, same will have to be, paid
by Jan. 28 Ui, as well as the final pay payment
ment payment which is due on that date. 27-4t
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-
ed the practice of dentistry at his of of-fices
fices of-fices over the 5 & 10 cent store,
where he will be pleased to see his
friends and patients. 2S-6t
YV. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat, Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf
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UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
RATES. Six iine maximum, one
time 25c; thre times; 50c; six times
'5c; one month ? 3. Payable in advance.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM

ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

WANTED To buy a Ford car. Or

win trade land for it. Apply Box 320,
Ocala, Fla. 30-6t

FOR SALE Valencia seed peanuts;
Apply to Bitting & Co., North Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia St., or phone 14. 29-6t
FOR SALE Regal four-clinder, five five-passenger
passenger five-passenger automobile, almost new ana
in perfect 'condition. Address, or ap apply
ply apply 117 W. Jefferson St. 30-3t
FOR SALE Square piano, Swiss
music box, sewing machine (W.&W.)
and household furniture. Apply at 117
W. Jefferson St. 30-3t
IOR SALE Nine room house, three
biocks from postoffice,, 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 1

WANTED 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.
U. S. Carbon Co., Birmingham, Ala Alabama.
bama. Alabama. "J 20-lm j

WANTED All kinds of second hand
furniture, guns, beds, etc JSotify
me and T will send for them; J.W.
Hunter, Ginsmith, South Hiin St. tf

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We do not believe it would be p3 p3-sible
sible p3-sible for us ,to bottle and sell ONE
HUNDRED 'AND FIFTY GALLONS
of No. 101 Tonic per day if it was not
an effective treatment for influenza.
A" man who works a large force of
men came to our office several days
ago and told us he had twenty-five
men taken with this malady in one
day. lie immediately distributed an
amply supply of No. 101 Tonic among
them and ther was not a fatality in
the tvventy-five. -
Thei 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;
Quijiine, which is deadly to the influ-

enza germ, ana iuagnesia, wmcn
thoroughly opens the bowels. Sold
throuirhout the South by wholesale

and retail druggists and drug dealers.

THE G.B. UILLIMJS C

QUITLIAW, GA.

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Temple Theater Today and Tomorrow. 31atinees Each Afternoon at 3:30

NORRIS the candy supreme. Sold
by the Court Pharmacy. 27-tf
Irish Potato, Bean and other spring
seed. Bitting & Co. 25-6t

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 doe on that date. 27-4 1

The THERMOPHORE Radiant Gas Heater Is th
Best and Most Economical Made.
A Full Line of Resnor and Hot Spot Heaters.
. Lcl Us Demonstrate These To Yen.
FLOIMPA OTIIL5TIIES CCD.
Harrington Block, Fort King Ave.
OCALA, FLORIDA.

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columns and save yourself money. Also help make Ocala and ilarion crow.

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the most economical leavening agent It saves in
more ways and makes more important savings
than most other baking powders.

You save when you buy it

moderate it leaves you money oyer the cost of
high-priced brands for purchase of other articles.
Costs but little more than cheap powders far
more valuable in quality.
You save when you use it Possesses twice
the ordinary raising force you use only half as
much as is ordinarily required.
You save materials it is used with. Calumet never
Mis with any land of recipe or with any land of tlour
ahvays produces perfectly raised, delicious bakings.
You'll notice a great difference' when you use
Calumet. It produces light, sweet, wholesome, flaky bakings.
You'll notice with some of the cheaper brands the bakings are
soggy, heavy, dark in color and sometimes have a bitter taste.

Used by leading chefs
and domestic scientists,
and by more housewives
than any other brand.
Made in the world's larg largest
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13 navy imn

(cc;;ly bulletin to La Trcnnrprl hvha

individual classes. The Juniors were
Lrave enough to attempt the first
ones. The Seniors Will have charge
next week and we cope they will not
feel it beneath their dignity to give us
some good news and jokes as the bul bulletin
letin bulletin has increased the interest of the
pupils in the school.

DONT KNOCK THE SCHOOL

From time to time you may hear
certain people of the High School say,
"High school is so depressing and un uninteresting.
interesting. uninteresting. I wish I didn't have to
go' or when a movement is made to
start something interesting or for the
benefit of the school, they are sure to
say something like, "Oh, well, there's
no use to try to do that, it's sure to be
a failure, etc.
Someone always has something to
say about the school and it is invar invariably
iably invariably this pessimistic, adverse criti criticism,
cism, criticism, never anything cheerful or en encouraging
couraging encouraging to the ones who are trying
to better the condition of the school.
, NfajMthe thing to do when you
chsjdaMp hear someof this anti-high
school tjalk, see that it gets no further
ancK reprimand this disciple of

"calamity jane, ana wnen anyone
suggests something that in your opin opinion
ion opinion will be for the good of the school,
go at it with a vim and say, "Well
ao it," and do it, and let it be a suc success,:
cess,: success,: ; -;

Last week playground work for
girls was started by Miss Conibear
in the High school and grammar
grades. All the High School girls are
required to play games, which take
the place of last year's drilling.
Miss Conibear is assisted in this
work by Elizabeth Bennett and Lucile
Gissendaner, having charge of the
fourth grade; Callie Gissendaner and
Alma Hall, the fifth; Lenore Colby
and Mabel Lytle, the sixth; Kathleen
Leitner and Fannie Carlisle, the sev seventh;
enth; seventh; Catherine Henry and Elizabeth
Hocker, the eighth.
We hope soon to get a volley bail
and court and this, with basketball
and baseball, will interest the girls
more in athletics. !:;Xv X:'-'' xX

Mrs. E. T. Helvenston, past chair chairman
man chairman of education of the Woman's
Club, has purchased for us a hori horizontal
zontal horizontal ladder as a part or the play playground
ground playground equipment- We are anxious
for it to be installed and, have no
doubt that it will be of geat benefit
and pleasure to the boys M well as
girls. We hope that this'ill be the
beginning of a whole set of play playground
ground playground apparatus for the school.
Mr. Chazal has given the library a
set of histories of which there are
thirty-two volumes. From the reports
of the Senior history class I think all
of these books will be needed. We
will let the class thank him for us.

A SUGGESTION

'Those interested in the High School
and the welfare of the students have
long seen the need of some kind of
first aid equipment. The need is an
imperative one. We have no prospect
of any appropriation by school author authorities
ities authorities at any immediate date. But we
are just wondering if our friends in
town may not be interested enough to
make some effort for us. A light cot,
a small supply of first aid remedies,
would amount to little in cost. But
they would answer the requirements
and would help meet many emergen emergencies.
cies. emergencies. ' ":,

JUNIOR CLASS MEETING

The Juniors held their first class
meeting Friday, Miss Sheppard gave
a short talk on class inspiration and
"pep' in our school.
The class elected the following offi officers
cers officers for the year: v
President, F., Winer. ;
Vice President, X. Gissendaner.
Secretary-Treasurer, E. Hocker.
They were given the publishing of
the" school bulletin for the first two
weeks, the bulletin then to be taken
by the different classes, with one in
charge and reporters from the other
classes.
; Wake. up! Get interested in the bul bulletin
letin bulletin and contribute any item of inter interest
est interest to your reporter.
The Juniors have some quite excit exciting
ing exciting secrets up their sleeves since they
organized. '
. Sophomore and Freshman, go thou

and do likewise. 7

r Oip"ctory Boys and Girls areall
jpaid up to date.
, The class average 6n the last phys physiology;
iology; physiology; test was 91.8 per cent.
, One of our boys has learned at
; least one valuable lesson this year;
that is to put away his books when he
goes home. -1
. Eighth "B" has recovered from
the flu and is naving excellent attend attendance.
ance. attendance. Every boy in the class has been
present every day for; the past ten
days. All of the girls are in school
again, except Mary Scott.; We hope
she will soon be able to Teturn.

Mrs. Todd: What does "vagabond"

mean? -'
George: A bond that isn't any good.

Misses Elizabeth Hocker and Kath Kath-erine
erine Kath-erine Henry have been given the task
of drilling the girls of the eighth

grade. Some days we play games,
t which are liked better by all.
The eighth grade lost an energetic
student when Mildred Crosby went to
Boston.
Mrs. Todd:1 Name the organs used
inbreathing.
. James: "Stomach and liver.
To our former teacher, Miss Mc McDowell,
Dowell, McDowell, who lately married, we ex extend
tend extend our love and best wishes.
fcalph Stanaland of Lynne" has en enrolled
rolled enrolled in our grade since the holidays..
We all enjoy the music in the High

tun

irg U3 a few Victrola numbers along
with our do-re-me's.

A
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F is for favorites they say they dont
have.'.

is their anger which daily we
brave.
is the classroomoh, horrible spot!
is .for us, a miserable lot I
is the lessons they want us to

learn.
T is for tests wherever we turn.
Nevertheless
Y is for yell for the Faculty.
There was a young person named
Rooney,
Who used to be really quite loony,
For she studied at nignt,
And did everything right.
But now she is getting quite spoony.

Adam?, Jor.nio l.ri ?
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Roberts, Homer' Shafeiv ..
Pupils Who Haven't Been Absent this
' Terra
B&rban. Ware Johnston, Anna
Priest.
The teacher and pupils of fourth
grade "B" regret the illness of Mar Martha
tha Martha Preer. We hope she will soon be
able to return to s chooL

lit

A 1917 Buick light six, in perfect
condition. A bargain. Can be seen
at the Maxwell Service Station, this

kity. 27-Gt

FOURTH GRADE "A-

Here's to the Juniors,
The pick of the school,
There may be some dull ones,
But no one's a f ooL
May they live to be Seniors,
With number not less,
And continue to boost for
.The good O. H. S.

There was a young
Grace.

Who had a most beautiful face.
When she opened her eyes,
People turned in surprise
And the, lads, they all entered
''; race.. -...:..-

Boys Who Have Not Been Tardy this
Term
Bonner Clark, William Drake,
Laiias Troxler, Cornelius Winston.
Honor Roll
Girls: Babette Peyser. Lucretia

; Hocker, Amy C. Long, Dora Burnett,
' tx a o ttt:ii:. tt t.i

Anita Chazal.
Boys: William Drake, Bonner
Clark.

Girls Who Haven't Been Absent Dur

ing the Term

Anna Burton, Mary Carn, Anita

Chazal, Lucretia Hocker, Amy C

Long, Mamie Sue Spencer, Nellie

- ': jMaxham, Dora Burnett, Nina B. Kit-
- chen, Babette Peyser, Mary Christina

person namea j Cassels.

v We are all sorry to hear of the ill

The regular meeting of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club will be held Saturday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, at 3 o'clock. There will be
reports from all officers and chairmen
cf committees. There will be a meet meeting
ing meeting of the executive board at 2:30

o'clock, preceding the club meeting.

IT IS TO SLHLE

C? O ?

Working Friend Wife.
Jinks was always complaining of his
wife's memory. She can never re remember
member remember anything." said he. 'It's aw awful"
ful" awful" "My wife was Just as bad. said
Brown, "till I found a capital recipe."
"What was It?" asked Jinks eagerly.
"Why." said Brown, 'whenever
there's anything particular I want the

All rhairmpn arp tircr&A tn K nroisnt

The hostesses for the afternoon will i "f8 to member I write -It on a slip
be Mrs. Walter Hood, Mrs. W. A. f paer aDd lt on looS
Rarrpft nnH Mrs TTarrv TTn1nnK ; glaSS.

Mrs. Fred Robinson and Miss Lu Lucile
cile Lucile Robinson of Mackinaw, Mich., are
expected to arrive in Ocala the first

l r i r Tir i

I jjurt ui reuruary. airs. xiODinson ana

daughter have been visitors in Ocala

for several years, and their friends

are always glad to greet them on their

return.

Jinks Is now a contented man.

Old

the

jness of Professor Cassels, and w
miss Mary Christine from school.

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FOURTH GRADE'S MOTTO

There was a young Senior so lean,
Who dined on one pea and one bean,
For she said, "More than that
Would make me too fat."
That cautious young Senior so lean.
A PHYSICS EXPERIMENT

By; Law of flirtation.
Object: To get a beau. ;
Apparatus: A pair of wonderful
eyes. ,;
Data: A glance.
' Calculated result:' Bliss.

j Apples, ripe apples, well pick from
; the trees,
! But cider no cider for us if ,you
please.
.

orapes, purpie grapes, ior your eai
ing and mine, $
But well turn down our glasses where
pours the red wine.
WHAT BILLY THOUGHT
A HARDY PLANT WAS

(in science
what is the

class) :
unit of

Mr. Cassels
"Frank tell me

power?"
Frank (who was half asleep) : "The
what, sir? (Watt, sir.)
Mr; Cassels: "Quite right."

SIXTH GRADE "A"

Marguerite Counts, Mattie Beall
Cameron' and Ted Drake have lately
been absent on account of sickness.
We are glad they are able to be back
in school.
Some of our girls are so lady; like
they never play, but are. always seen
with their knitting or a' book.
FOURTH GRADE "IT

Average of 90 and Above
Girls: Jonnie Lou Potter, Lucile
Home, Barbara Ware Johnston,. Mar Martha
tha Martha Preer Frances Clark, Frances
Drake.,
Boys: Harold Knight, JL .M. Bax Baxter,
ter, Baxter, Frank Ditto, Carlos Clayton," El Elmore
more Elmore Moree.
Pupils Who Haven't Been Tardy this
Term
- Lucile Horne, Frances, Clark, Inez
Teuton, Frances Drake, Dorothy

Miss Wetherbee: Billy; what is a
hardy plant?
Billy: A hardy plant is a plant with
a heart.

HOMER'S ANSWER

Bliss Wetherbee wanted Homer to
talk like he was surprised, so she
said, "Homer, if I said we were go going
ing going to have a half -holiday today,
wouldn't you say, 'A halfholiday?' n
Homer answered: "No'm."
Miss Wetherbee said: "Then what
would yau say?"
Homer answered, "I would say:
Hotdog!'

A registered Optom Optometrist,
etrist, Optometrist, has passed an
examination before
the State Board of

Optometry, which proves him com competent.
petent. competent. Dr. K. J. Wcihe
; Eyesight Specialist
Graduate Optometrist
With Weihe Co.. Jeweler?, Ocala. Fla.

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UriDERTAIIERS end EaDALMEEJ
phones 47. lot. ::s
CCAL4, FLORIDA

- 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

There will be a meeting of the
library board tomorrow afternoon at
3 o'clock, at the library. This is the
regular monthly, meeting, which was
to have been held Thursday, but ow owing
ing owing to the illness of some of the mem members
bers members the meeting was postponed.
DAILY HEALTH TALKS
What Doctor Pierce Has
Done For Humanity!
BY DOCTOR CEIPPS.
1 has always seemed to me that
Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., should be
placed near the top when a list of
America's great benefactors is written.
He studied and conquered human dis diseases
eases diseases to degree thai few realise.
Whenever he found a remedy that over overcame
came overcame disease, he at once announced it
in 'the newspapers and told where it
could be bought at a small price. He
did not follow the usual custom of
keeping the ingredients secret, so that
the rich only- could afford to buy the
medicine, but openly printed the name
of each root and herb he used. And
bo to-day the names of Dr. Pierce and

his medicines are widely known, and

they stand for better health and better
citizenship.
One of this great physician's most
successful, remedies is known as Doctor
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. These are
little, sugar-coated pills, composed of
Mayapple, leaves of aloe, root of jalap
things that Nature grows in the ground.

These Pellets are safe because they

move the bowels gently, leaving no Dad
after-effects, as so many pills do.

Very often they make a person who(
takes them feel like a -new man or,
woman, for they cleanse -the' intestines
of hard, decayed and poisonous matter
that accumulates when one is costive.'
If you are constipated, by all means

go to your druggist and get some of

Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They

may prove to be tne very tning your

Familiar Faces.

uia you ever
have the feeling
that you have met

a person before

and perhaps had
an unpleasant ex experience
perience experience in the
dim past?"
I 'often have
that feeling lnhlr
ing a cook."

War Sharpened His Wits,
Tommy (Just off train, with consid considerable
erable considerable luggage) Cabby, how much Is
It for me to Latchford?
Cabby Two shillings, sir.
Tommy How much for my luggage?
Cabby Free. sir.
Tommy Take the luggage. HI
walk.
In 'the Making.
Boarder This tea Is very weak.
Landlady I buy only the best tea,
sir.
Boarder Doubtless! Its weakness
Is wholly structural. I believe.
In Right Class.

"So your friend
the baker has en enlisted.
listed. enlisted. "What part
of the service has
he Joined?"
"I don't know,
but I guess he's
gone with the
doughboys.

- Inconsistency.
Patience Why do you look so dis disparagingly
paragingly disparagingly at that man? He stood up
for you at the meeting the other night
when you were being abused.
Patrice Yes, I know he did. But
I came up on the same trolley car with
him tonight and he wouldn't stand up
for me there.
May Find Priceless Tables
' With the Ancient Furniture

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SETTING OF IG EGGS Cl.C:
Hens for Breeding, from Select S!c Si:
THE WOMPEH paULTDY 1
Thoroughbred White Lejhorns. II. SIIKODi:.-,
East Lal:e, Florida.

GOODRICH TIRES
ME AHEAD
Just as are all our other auto sup supplies.
plies. supplies. To say that you get your sup supplied
plied supplied here is to show that you know
what your car or you should have and
where to get it at its best and at the
right price.
GOODRICH "EXCLUSIVELY"
BLALOCK BROTHERS
107 Oklawaha Arenue

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There Is a tremendous demand to today
day today for 4 old mahogany or oak tables.
If ther are any" historic associations
attached to these tables they bring
fabulous prices. There are plenty of
table in the country possessing real
historic Interest, but none of. them' Is
In the least likely st the moment to
come on the open market. The table
on which Nnpoleon signed his abdlca-.

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Mrs. R. J. Rivers returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from -Jacksonville.

iiOE Want t iuioxy

Swift .& Company's 1919 Year Book,
just out, tells you
Vhat Swift & Company's profits
, were in 1918,
The truth about the Federal Trade
Commission's investigation,
Why the prices of butter and eggs
are so high,
And many other vital facts.
Whether or not you agree with us after
reading this Year. Book, ycu vill at least
know both sides.
You will find it interesting; Americans like
to hear about big things dons in a bi way.
You will clco discover that w? are merely
human beings like yourself, dcir;g in the best
pocsibla way a ntcecaary service.
Legislation is pending in -Washington; as
a good American citizen you want to !srow
both sides of thio question. It concerns you,
as well as one of the mo3t important ircluctries
in the country.
Do not hesitate to send for a copy of this
booklet. Your name and addre'so arc oil we need.
Address Swift & Company
Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois
Swift 8c Company, U.S.A.

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Carcfuf E stimates made on all Con-
tT'aGt---Tfork. Gives More and Better
Work for the Sloney than any other
contractor in" the city.

ORANGE TREES

Pineapple variety of citrus only.

I budded on sour stocks. Not less than

one hundred sold. P. H. Nugent, tf
If it is a writing tablet you want,
phone us; we have it. The Court Phar

macy. 27-ti

The buy-word for candy is "Nun "Nun-nally's."
nally's." "Nun-nally's." Gerigs Drug Store. 3-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Robinson of In Inverness
verness Inverness were visitors to the city yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. The friends of Mrs. W. S. Bullock
will be sorry to learn that she still
remains indisposed.
, Mrs. Otto Mente arrived yesterday
from Jacksonville for a few days
visit to Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Yonge and
family.

A fresh shipment of Norris Peanut

Brittle, MarshmaHows and Stick

Candy just "in at the Court Pharm

acy. 27-tf
Judge Ilaskell and Mrs. Haskell of
Palatka were visitors in Ocala yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, Judge Haskell attending to

business here.

llrs. 17. T. Gary and. children were

rr.?.-'!? ;:";:,,! this morning by the' re-
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Mr f"-i' -r - -Mi- ,7-- i
Paria ar.J ld been cn t!.e way lc:s
than three weeks, which is good time
for these days. All contained views of
historic places and will ever be treas treasured
ured treasured by the family. Mr. Gary also
sent Mrs. Gary a very pretty neck necklace
lace necklace of French workmanship, which
he purchased' in Paris. Mr. Gary has
seen President Wilson in Paris; also
John Chazal, and is kept very busy.
Doesn't know when he can come
home.

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Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Drake with their
little daughter of New Rochelle, N.
Y., are the 'guests of Dr. Drake's
brother, Mr. Trusten Drake.
Mrs. .Wiley, who has been the guest
of her sister, Mrs. B. H. Seymour for
the past two weeks, returned to her
home in Jacksonville yesterday.
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
Mr. Z. C. Chambliss, who has been
rather under the weather for some
weeks, is able to be at his desk in the
Munroe & Chambliss Bank again. The
principal reason for Mr. Chambliss
being sick is that he tried to do about
Ave men's work when he was ''well.

The Star is worthy our support.

TKe Popular
Choice
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People of culture
taste and refine refine-menfc
menfc refine-menfc are keen for
health, simplicity
and contenxment
Thousands of ihese
people choose ihe
cereal drink
INSTANT
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as their table bev beverage
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tea or coffee, o
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I desire to announce a most important Theatrical Engagement
I have contracted with Mr. Henry W. Savjage, who is ac
knovvledged as America's greatest producer, to bring his
magnificent Musical spectacle EVERYWOMAN to
the TEMPLE THEATER for one performance on
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5fh.
Mr. Savage has given to the public such productions as
"Parsifal," "Madam Butterfly" and "The Girl of the
Golden ;Vest." And 4 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 i Opera, Drama. Spectacle
and Musical Comedy. It is the only company of this
production on tour, and I am proud and happy to be able
to bring the entire Company and production of "EVER Y Y-WOMAN"
WOMAN" Y-WOMAN" to the theatergoers of this city.
YOUR ATTENTION SSrSgga
"at the Court Pharmacy. You can reserve your seats now
by 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 you by return mail.
Make, all drafts and orders payable to above Theater.

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Of special interest to those who
have seen and those who expect to see
"Hearts of the World." is that the
music is a specially written score ren rendered
dered rendered by an orchestra second only to
that which accompanied "The Birth
of a Nati6n." The method if showing
this picture is unusually good. Thv
shadow box was erected by their own
stage hands and the picture is shown
by two large Simplex m,achines, ope operated
rated operated by special men. Several patrons
were so pleased with this picture
that they made known their intention
to the management of seeing the pic picture
ture picture again.
Snowflake Marshmallows and Satin
Finish Stick Candy, the kind the kid kiddies
dies kiddies all like. Get it at the Court
Pharmacy. 27-tf
A letter from Laurie Benjamin
dated Jan. 5 and received this morn

ing announces that1 he and his com comrades
rades comrades had received their Christmas
boxes from the Red Cross. x As Cob Cob-lenz
lenz Cob-lenz is about the furthest point held
by the army of occupation, this may
be considered good evidence that all
our soldiers had received their boxes
by that time.
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Conway, Dr. D.
L. Conway, Dr. McGhee, Mr. and Mrs.
D. A. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. William
Cahill of Syracuse, N. Y.; are in the
city. Mrs. T. S. Conway is visiting
at the home of her cousin, Mrs. D.
Mclvey. All the men of the party are
on a camp hunt. The party will later
go to St. Petersburg to spend a few

weeks.

Klenzo Creme, the perfect denti

frice 4s .to be found in Ocala only at
Gerig's Drug Store. 3-tf
. Miss Mattie Barrineau was delight delighted
ed delighted this morning by receiving three
letters from her brother, who is in
France, and he sent her several sou souvenirs.
venirs. souvenirs. This is the first time she has
heard from him in four weeks. He re reported
ported reported having received his Christmas
box. r

Mr. C. C. Bennett is in town today.

Mr. Bennett is now connected with

the Standard Oil Company, in Jack

sonville, but intends to again make
Ocala his headquarters. He is a live

wire and' Ocala will be glad to have

him again.
Ladies, if there is any Toilet Article

you are in need of, we have it. The

Court Pharmacy. 27-tf

Mr. Spurgeon Ausley of Citra was

in town today. Mr. Ausley volunteered

into the navy last year, and about two

Weeks ago was transferred into the'

reserve, which leaves him at liberty
to pursue this avocationas civilian
unless there is more war.

Mrs. Cora Dosh has received photos
of her son, Nelson Dosh, now with the
army of occupation in Germany, and
some of fyis comrades. Nelson, who
was with they Star a 'few years, has
grown into a fine-looking soldier.
Mr. W. F. Blesch will open his new
shop next to the Postal Telegraph of office
fice office tomorrow morning Mr. Blesch,
who is a skilled and veteran barber,
will have his shop well equipped and
hopes to serve all his friends.
Received today by express a ship shipment
ment shipment of Nunnally's candies at Gerig's
Orug Store. 3-tf

The county judge has issued a wed wedding
ding wedding license to Mr. Thomas L.' Broth Brothers
ers Brothers and. Miss Georgia Pulliam of Red Red-dick.
dick. Red-dick. The Star understands the young
couple were married last evening.
Mrs. W..H. Clark and Mrs. Kate
Clements of Oklawaha are coming to
Ocaal especially td attend "Hearts of
the World," whicn has attracted such
favorable and enthusiastic comment.

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OCALA FHAIERDAL. ORDERS

MARION-DUNN 3IASONIC LODGE

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Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock until further notice.
H. O. Cole, W. M.
Jake, Brown, Secretary.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
at the Castle Hall, over the G. C.
Greer.e Co. drugstore. A cordial wel welcome
come welcome to visiting brothers.
W. W. Stripling, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.

ORDER Or EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Isabel Wesson, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Viisting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
P. W. Whitesides, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
OCALA LODGE NO. 2S6. B. P. O. E.

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Funeral Directors and Embclcers ;
: 'AUT MEAESE SERVICE
We deliver caskets free anywhere in the county.
; Calls promptly answered night or day.
: wilbur c. smrrn sam n. pyles. jr.
: -LICENSED EL1BALMERS.
I Day Phone 10 Night Phones 22 and 423

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We are now ready to offer BEAN SEED,
Wadivell and Davis Kidney Wax per.bu. $14.
Valentine qnd other green beans per bu. $13.
Also have Fresh Peas, Water Melon, Canta Cantaloupe,
loupe, Cantaloupe, Cucumber and other seeds.
OCALA SEED STORE

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, mets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house oppo opposite
site opposite postoffice, east side.
C. W. Hunter, E. R,
E. J. Crook, Secretary.

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. '22, I. O. O. Fn
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

Mr. John Moore and daughter, Miss
Marguerite, and Mr. Moore's sister,
formerly of North Carolina, left this
morning in their car for Tampa.
'
A telegram was received from' Cap Captain
tain Captain Watt last night saying he had
landed at Hoboken, and expects to be
home real soon.

The QUALITIES OF NORRIS'
EXQUISITE CANDIES are unsur unsurpassed.
passed. unsurpassed. The Court Pharmacy. 27-tf
Mr. Albert E.Gerig has been ap appointed
pointed appointed local field examiner for the
war insurance branch of the treasury
department.
Mrs. A. W. Woodward is in town
from. Cotton Plant, the guest of her
sifter, Miss Carrie Barco for a couple
of days.
. Mr. D. E. Mclver, who has been laid
up with a sprained back for the past
few days, is able to be out again.
We are sorry to report that Miss
Frances Tarver is quite sick with in influenza.

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.
R. A. 31. CHAPTER NO. 13

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Real 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 is well chilled and it is doing full duty as 3our 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

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

W. K. Lane. 31. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye. Ear, Noe and
Throat, Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf

Second Hand

SAGS

t' Boxifjht and Sold.
We Pay fh2 mflhest CashiPrlces. ',
Write for Prices fa
TAMPA BAG COMPANY.
POSTOFFICE BOX 592 Long Distance Phone 4175
Tampa, Florida.

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The scouts will hold a meeting at
the library tonight at 7:30.
TOR SALE A lot of hogs, brood
sows and pigs. Can be seen at the
farm of N. VW. Harison, North Lake
Weir (Oklawaha) Fla. 31-Ct
FORD TOURING CAR

A Ford touring car in good condi condition
tion condition for sale at the Maxwell Agency,
Ocala, Fla, f 24-Ct

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Ads.
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Results

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or less one time 25 cents:
three times T0. cents; sx
times 75 cents. Over vtwen-ty-nve
words, and under fif fifty,
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In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modem convenience, in each room. Dining room service is
second to none.
RATES From $1X0 per day per person to $G.
ROBERT MEYER, J. E. HAVANAUGII,
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