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OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1919.
VOL. 2G, NO. 31
1IVED AT I
Long-Standing Dispute Between Sen Sen-r
r Sen-r ate and House Settled To Today
day Today in Conference
Washington, Feb. 3 Long exist existing
ing existing controversies in Congress over
the policy looking to the opening and
development of oil gas and coal lands
in the western states and Alaska were
adjusted today with the reaching of
ait agreement by House and Senate
conferees on the oil leasing bill.
STATE COURT REVERSED
Georgia supreme court decrees de denying
nying denying the Central of Georgia railroad
injunctions to restrain the state con controller
troller controller general, from collecting back
taxes for the years 1908 to 1914 in inclusive,
clusive, inclusive, on its lease hold interest in
certain subsidiary properties, were
today reversed by the supreme court,
in deciding appeals brought by the
IMPORTANT FOR OCALA
The Question as to Whether the Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha Valley Railroad is to
Continue in Operation
At master's sale today, the Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha Valley railroad was bought in
by Hocker & Martin, who represent
the bondholders who took possession
of the road when Mr. Rentz let it go,
and who suspended its operation about
a year ago, when it was leased by the
Rodman Lumber Company, which has
been managing it. The price was
Mr. Forest Davis of New York, who
represents the bondholders, is here,
and desires to cbnfer with the people
of Ocala as to whether they want the
road operated any longer or not. 'The
-men whom he represents do not want
to shut the road down, but it will not
pay them to keep it in operation un unless
less unless they can-obtain more business
from Ocala. At present, Ocala helps
the road little or not at all.
Mr. Davis will be at the board of
trade room at 8 o'clock this evening,
and hopes to meet a good representa representation
tion representation of our business men. Now, f as
ever, the Star thinks the road a good
thing for our town and urges our
people to do what they can to keep it-
FAVORED BY MARION V
The three "F" drive, conducted by
the United States government and
the department of agriculture, was u
decided success in this county. Meet Meetings
ings Meetings were held on Jan. 27th at Fair Fairfield
field Fairfield and Mcintosh. On the following
day meetings were held at Anthony,
Reddick, Belleview and Summerfield.
The attendance was good and 'the
meetings were very interesting.
The purpose of the drive was to in increase
crease increase the production of f ood feed
and forage, and to urge the farmers
to raise the products for home sup sup-s
s sup-s port.
The principal speakers supporting
the drive were Mr. L. M. Rhodes, state
marketing commissioner, of Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; Mr. L. R; Highf all of the de department,
partment, department, from Gainesville, and Miss
Donnie Griffin from Tallahassee. The
speakers were supported by H. Black
burn, county agent, Frank MeVnn, as
sistant, and Mrs C. Moorhead. home
Mr. Rhodes told the farmers how
the farm products may be bought and
sold most profitably through the
margetirig bureau. The bureau has
been instrumental in saving farmers
of the state over a million dollars
since its establishment in 1917.
Mr. Highf all gave interesting in information
formation information in regard to the investiga investigation
tion investigation made by a committee sent to Eu
rope to investigate the food situation.
He explained the purpose of the three
"F" drive. The farmers have re
sponded nobly to the various calls of
the government and they have never
failed to support a propoistion when
the benefits derived were for the
good of humanity.
Miss Griffin spoke of food conser
vation and adjustment. "The depart department
ment department she was representing urges that
every growing child have one t quart
of milk per day. She urged that every
home have a vegetable garden to fur
nish the green products necessary for
health regulation. v V
The meetings in every place closed
with a general discussion and much
benefit, was derived by all present
The county was honored by having
this trio in our midst and we trust
to have these visitors with us again
Write to your friends on the bes
stationery that you can secure. And
the best can always be secured at the
Court Pharmacy. 3-tf
FIGHTING Oil THE
Sunday a Quiet Day ,with Exception
of Patrol Operations
Archangel, Sunday, Feb. 2. (By
the Associated Press. Bolshevik pa patrols
trols patrols weer in, touch witty American
patrols today about fifteen miles south
of Sredmankrenga. With the excep exception
tion exception of widespread patrol activity and
heavy shelling on the Volgda railway
there was comparative quiet on all
AGAIN KIEV CHANGES HANDS
Warsaw, Friday, Jan. 31. (By the
Associated Press.) Kiev has been
taken by the Bolsheviki, General Pet-
luras' troops partially going over to
ROW BETWEEN UKRAINE AND
London, Feb. 3. Ukrainian troops
arc preparing to attack Roumanian
which country is said to have mob mobilized
ilized mobilized to meet the -assault, according
to Copenhagen advices to the Mail.
STRIKE IN SWEDEN
Copenhagen, Feb. 3. A serious
railway strike has broken out in
Sweden. Workmen in nineteen differ
ent lines stopped last night.
OUR DOMESTIC PROBLEMS
Editor Star: The end of fighting in
France opens : many a question at
home. During the war the hearts and
minds of the men and women of -America
were overseas, but with tjie
coming of victory, we can turn again
to home affairs. It is right and fit fitting,
ting, fitting, therefore, that the friends of
conservation should inquire once more
as to the status of the conservation
movement. It is particularly right and
fitting at the moment when Theodore
Roosevelt, the man to whom this
movement was most indebted, hasl
left us conservationists as heirs to the
task which he began.
The people of the United
own natural resources of enormous j
value lands that contain more than
six hundred million baarrels of oil,
four, hundred 1 and fifty billion tons of
coal, two million acres of phosphate
lands, and more than fifty million un undeveloped
developed undeveloped water, horsepower.
Legislation is now pending in Con
gress to trade or give all this away.
While rjublic attention was absorbed
by the war, measures to dispose of
hese resources quietly passed both
he House and Senate. As usual the
House bills are mainly sound, the
Senate bills thoroughly bad.. There is
serious danger that the latter -frill be
jammed through in the dying hours
of the present session.
The Senate, on January 7, .1918,
after very brief consideration, passed
a bill (S. 2812), dealing with the coal,
oil, gas and phosphate resources now
in public ownership. This measure,
masquerading as a leasing bill, would
surrender, with the title, all control
of waste, output, price and labor con conditions."
ditions." conditions." It fosters speculation in coal,
oil, gas and phosphate, and gives no
assurance of prompt development.
Even the leasing provisions afford no
protection to the public against ex
tortion or monopqly. Still worse,, at
gives title to fraudulent oil claimants,
many of whom have already had their
claims denied by the courts. Finally
there is a joker which would over overthrow
throw overthrow the present lease law for coal
lands in f Alaska, for which we fought
so long, and would turn them over
forever to private hands.
A bill for the leasing of these same
resources was passed by the House on
May 25, 1918. This measure (H. R.
3232) is much fairer to the public in
terests than the indefensible ocmpan
ion bill passed by the -Senate.
On December 14, 1917, the Senate
passed a bill (S. 1439) providing for
the granting of xfranchises for water-
power on navigable streams. It' is sub
stantially the notorious and disrep
utable Shields bill of the previous
Congress, which was defeated by pub-
he condemnation. The House did not
approve it, but passed instead' an en
tirely new bill, drawn by the adminis
tration and covering waterpower not
only on navigable streams, but upon
public lands and national forests, and
When this administration bill was
first introduced I endorsed it heartily,
The House committee on water power
later wrote in a new clause, the most
vital in the bill,. which was very prop
erly opposed by the president. Never Nevertheless,
theless, Nevertheless, on September 5, 1918, the
measure passed the House with this
The two sets of bills are now in con
ference. The Senate measures both on
minerals and on waterpowers are
worse than the notorious Ballinger
bills, more hostile to the public inter
est and more helpful to corporate
PLAN IS PRACTICAL
Director General Hines Favors a Com
promise Between Government and
' Private Ownership of Railways.
Washington, Feb. 3. Director Gen General
eral General Hines, testifying today before
the Senate interstate commerce com committee
mittee committee for the first time since his ap appointment
pointment appointment as the railroad head, de
clared he didn't believe in government
ownership, but in the organization of
a few big railway companies subject
to close governmental supervision.
LABOR AND CAPITAL
, (Associated Prfcss)
Patterson, N. J., Feb. 3. Several
thousand silk workers were locked
out when they arrived at their places
of employment this morning at 7:30
instead of 7 o'clock, in the beginning
cf a fight for shorter hours. Should
all the shops here close 30,000 people
would be thrown out of work.
Lawrence, Mass., Feb. 3. Textile
operatives in large numbers joined in
a strike today to enforce heir de demands
mands demands for 54 hours pay for 48 hours
work, under the new. weekly schedule
which has been generally adopted by
the mills here. The fact that the
United Textile Workers had withheld
sanction of the strike kept many
operatives at work.
JAIL DELIVERY IN GEORGIA
Columbus, Ga., Feb. 3. Five pris prisoners,
oners, prisoners, four of whom were charged
with burglary, escaped from the Mus Muscogee
cogee Muscogee county jail this morning, mak making
ing making the third jail delivery here Jn a
BONDS FOR RECONSTRUCTION
Through the four issues of war
bonds floated since May, 1917, the
government raised nearly seventeen
billion dollars. v
This vast sum, invested largely ii
implements of destruction, brought
the autocratic Hun to terms twelve
nionths earlier than expected. Had the
war dragged on for another year
thousands of American lives would
have been sacrificed and our war debt
increased many billions. I
Another great bond issue the Vic
tory Liberty Loan will be "floated in
April. Treasury officials have an announced
nounced announced that it will be for' not less
than five billion dollars. With, this is
sue, liberty loans will pass into his-
ory; the job will be finished.
Heretofore the billions have been
used for destructive' purposes. This
time the bulk of the money derived
from the sale of these securities will
e spent in Constructive work.
It will go towards maintaining our
army of more than a million men en
forcing the armistice terms upon
Germany. This army must remain in
Europe until permanent peace is es
tablished. The sick and wounded sol soldiers
diers soldiers overseas and at home must be
cared for and eventually the rest of
our army brought back. But the work
this money will do must not end here.
The men who nave been disabled; who
sacrificed their eyes, arms or legs,
must be taught self-supporting
trades. For what nobler purpose
could it be used than in protecting
these heroes from future poverty and
Our soldiers did not relax when the
Hun retreated. They kept on fighting
until the very minute the armistice
became effective. We at home should
follow their example. We should put
our full force behind tms Victory
Loan and provide the government
with the means for carrying through
the work forced upon it by war.
monopolies. The House bills are en entirely
tirely entirely different and vastly better. As
you know, a bill reported from confer
ence cannot be substantially amended
in the House or Senate, but must be
accepted or rejected as it stands. The
danger is that the bills reported by
the cpnference, both on minerals and
on waterpower, may be like the Sen
ate bills, and unlike those of the
House, and that in the confusion "of
the closing hours they may pass. The
men who, without regard to party,
strive to defeat the passage of the
Senate measures, or any measures
like them, will deserve well of their
The' vast natural resources which
art still held by the people can be
made to supply a sound and solid basis
for reconstruction. Properly conserv conserved
ed conserved and administered, they might al almost
most almost wipe out our gigantic national
debt. There is no good reason why
they should go to make more million millionaires
aires millionaires instead of helping our people to
pay for the war.
In the public interest I ask you to
give these facts the widest publicity
at your command.
The Boys Were on Their Way Home
When They Became Victims of
a Railway Accident
Troyes, France, Feb. 3. Eight Am American
erican American soldiers were" killed and thirty
injured when an American troop train
collided with two German locomotives
in the station at Montieramey, near
here. The men were en route to BreSt
fcr transport home.
SOLDIERS Wlfo MAY RETURN
Washington, Feb. 3. Gen. Persh Pershing
ing Pershing hasjeen ordered to send home
for immediate discharge any drafted
or enlisted man who presents con convincing
vincing convincing evidence of sickness or other
distress in his family.
EXPLOSION IN JERSEY CITY
Jersey City, Feb. 3. An explosion
cf chemicals in the laboratory of the
soap plant of Colgate & Company this
morning started a fire, which threat threatened
ened threatened the destruction of the entire
plant. 'Contiftuing explosions made
fighting the blaze difficult. It is re reported
ported reported there were a number of vic
tims of the explosion.
TO THE NEGROES OF FLORIDA
With gratitude to God for unfailing
mercies, with deep and thoughtful
concern for the welfare of our race,
and with faith in God's providential
guidance in all things which concern
us as a race and' citizens of the com commonwealth
monwealth commonwealth of Florida, we are moved
to address to you this appeal."
We know not what the future has
in store for us, but relying upon the
goodness of the God of our fathers, we
face the future with : resolute hope
and confidence. We know not what a
day may bring forth, but we face the
dawning of a new day in the history
of mankind. "Our God is marching
on," arid out of "his conquests surely
something of the good things for
which we have labored and prayed
shall be ours to enjoy. As the liberty liberty-loving
loving liberty-loving peoples of the earth have
fought for four years to make dem democracy
ocracy democracy regnant on the earth, and 'as
great statesmen are now gathered in
conference to consummate a peace of
justice and right, the times admonish
uw to be vigilant and alert, for eternal
vigilance alone is the price of liberty.
Let us be reminded that the world
can go forward in the way of ordered
justice and right only as it shall con concede
cede concede and guarantee to us negro people
more and more the enjoyment of life,
liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
So self-evident is this truth that there
can be no better proof of our pat patriotism
riotism patriotism and devotion to national;
ideals than is shown by our earnest
insistence upon the enjoyment of
these blessings by ourselves and our
Believing that you share with us
these convictions, we therefore call
upon "you to assemble, jn a state-wide
convention at Ocala, April 23, at 10
o'clock a. m., for a two-days' session
that we may formulate and agree
upon some plan and agree upon some
workable program whereby we may
secure to ourselves and our children
th enjoyment in larger measure the
rights and 'privileges .which are ours
by rights. Among them are:
1. Adequate provisions for educa education
tion education and better protection and care
for delinquent children.
. 2. Improvement of our. record as
respects the prevalence of crime.
3. The removal of individual polit political
ical political discriminations.
4. Fairer economic and industrial
5. An improved civic and indus industrial
trial industrial morale.
Delegates to the state-wide conven convention
tion convention shall be elected in each county in
mass meetings held at the county
seat, or such other place or city as
may be named by the county chair chairman,
man, chairman, on or before March 5th.
Each county shall be entitled to not
less than five nor more than ten dele delegates.
gates. delegates. Delegates shall pay to the conven convention
tion convention a contingent fee of one dollar for
Credentials shall be furnished each
delegate by the mass meeting elect electing
ing electing him.
The secretary of each mas3 meet
ing shall furnish the secretary of this
association a full list of the names of
elected delegates on or before April
1st. R. G. Lee, President.
S. H. Savage, Secretary.
A new shipment in smart styles in
sport, street and dress hats just re
ceived at the Affleck Millinery Par-
lor, south side Ocala House block, tf
FRANK CLARK'S GILL
To Restore to the Southern States
Money Unjustly Taken from Them
by Taxation When They Had No
In the House of Representatives.
September 11, 1917.
Mr. Clark of Florida introduced the
following bill; which was referred to
the committee on war claims and or ordered
dered ordered to be printed.
January 30, 1919.
Committed to the committee of the
whole House on the state of the Union
and ordered to be printed.
To credit and pay to the several
states and territories and the Dis District
trict District of Columbia all moneys col collected
lected collected under the direct tax levies
by the acts of Congress approved.
respectively, July firstj, eighteen
hundred and sixty-two; March
seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty-four;
July thirteenth, eighteen
hundred and sixty-six; and March
second, eighteen hundred and sixty sixty-seven.
seven. sixty-seven. Be it enacted by the Senate and
House 'of Representatives Of the
United States of America in Congress
assembled, That it shall be the duty
of the secretary of the treasury to
credit each state and territory of the
United States and the District of Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia a sum equal to all collections
by set-off or otherwise made from
said states and territories and the
District of Columbia, or from any of
the citizens or inhabitants thereof, or
other persons, under the acts of Con Congress
gress Congress approved, respectively, July
first, eighteen hundred and sixty-two;
March seventh, eighteen hundred and
sixty-four; July thirteenth, eighteen
hundred and sixty-six, and March
second, eighteen hundred and sixty sixty-seven.
seven. sixty-seven. Sec. 2. That there is hereby ap appropriated,
propriated, appropriated, out of any money in the
treasury not otherwise appropriated,
such sums as may be necessary to re reimburse
imburse reimburse each state, territory, and the
District of Columbia for all money
found due to them under the provis provisions
ions provisions of this act; and the treasurer of
the United States is hereby directed
to pay the same to the governors of
the states and territories and to the
commissioners of the District of Co Columbia;
lumbia; Columbia; but no money shall be paid
to any state or territory until the
legislature thereof shall have accept accepted,
ed, accepted, by-resolution, the sum herein ap ap-piopriated,
piopriated, ap-piopriated, and the trusts imposed, in
full satisfaction of all claims against
the United States on account of the
levy and collection of said taxes under
the several acts of Congress, and.
shall have authorized the governor to
receive said money for the use and
purposes aforesaid: Provided, That
where the sums or any part thereof
credited to any state, territory or the
District of Columbia have been col
lected by the United States from the
citizens or inhabitants thereof, or
any other person, either directly or
by the sale of property, such sums
shall be held in trust by such state,
territory or the District of Columbia
for the benefit of those persons or in inhabitants
habitants inhabitants from whom they were col
lected, or their legal representatives:
Provided further, that no part pf the
money collected from individuals, and
to be held in trust as aforesaid, shall
be retained by the United States as
a set-off against any indebtedness al alleged
leged alleged to exist against the state, ter territory,
ritory, territory, or District of Columbia in
which such taxes were collected: And
provided further, that no part of the
money hereby appropriated shall be
paid out by the governor of any state
or territaryMhe commissioners of the
District of Columbia, or any "other
person, to any attorney or agent un under
der under any contract for services now ex existing
isting existing or heretofore made between
the representative of any tsate or
territory 'and any attorney or agent.
All claims under the trust hereby
created shall be filed with the gov governor
ernor governor of such state or territory and
the commissioners of the District of
Columbia, respectively, within six
years next after the passage of this
act; and all claims not so filed shall
be forever barred, and the money at attributable
tributable attributable thereto shall belong to
such state territory or the District
of Columbia, respectively, as the case
Burnett's Jewelry Stock to be Sold
The entire stock will be sold to
close out the business. Every article
will be guaranteed as represented and
will be sold regardless of cost to the
highest bidder. Chairs will be provid provided
ed provided for the ladies. Everybody invited
to attend. This is a bona fide closing
out sale. It A. E. BURNETT.
No unsightly roughness of skin; no
painful cracking of lips; no peeling
or burning flesh if you use Jergan's
Lotion of Benzoin, and Almond. The
Court Pharmacy. 3-tf
An Agreement to Abolish the Sub Submarine
marine Submarine as an Instrument
London, Feb. 3. The abolition of
the submarine as a warship may be
decided upon by the league of nations
committee during the coming week,
according to the Paris correspondent
of4he Mail. It is said this was one
of several understandings reached
during the conference Friday between
President Wilson, Colonel House,
General Smuti and Lord Robert Cecil,
and probably will be proposed among
the first planks of the platform at this
week's sessions during which it is
hoped the league's constitution will be
definitely formed. The correspondent
says it is hoped the economic weapon
may take the place of all other
weapons in future wars. V
CLAIMS OF GREECE
Paris, Feb. 3. Premier Venizelo3,
of Greece, before the supreme council
today, made 'a statement of the claims
of Greece. He' will continue the pre presentation
sentation presentation at tomorrow's session.
BUNCH OF GEORGIA BOYS
New York, Feb. 3. Casual com company
pany company 133, composed of Georgians, ar arrived
rived arrived today on the steamship Samar Samar-inda.
inda. Samar-inda. NEW, YEARS ON BROADWAY
One of the Greatest Scenes in "Every "Every-woman,"
woman," "Every-woman," Which Appears at the
Temple Wednesday Evening
Perhaps the greatest scene in this
production is the wonderfully realistic
reproduction of Broadway at the ap approach
proach approach of midnight upon New Year's
eve. Upwards of 100 persons appear
en masse. This scene is the best
achievement in modern stage-craft,
and perhaps, never before have ex expenditures,
penditures, expenditures, in this behalf been so lav lavish.
ish. lavish. This scene appears on another
page of today's paper.
Many plays of many kinds have
won success, but it is doubtful wheth whether
er whether there has been another produced
more subtly significant, more deeply
impressive or more wonderful in its
apepal to the senses than the mighty
spectacle, "Everywoman." The play is
dramatic, symbolic. It is allegory; it
is poetry; it is the story as old as the
world of living, breathing men and
women, and it is the story that is as
fresh and "new as youth and beauty
must always be.
It is the story of Everywoman
seeking love and finding it after de devious
vious devious wanderings and long suffering,
trial and disappointment. Everywom Everywom-an
an Everywom-an yi this play is not called Ruth or
Mary or Frances but Everywoman,
and it is by this designation she is
known throughout the five acts.
Everywoman, portrayed by Paula
Shay, seeks love as the greatest treas treasure
ure treasure life, possesses. She leaves her
home in her youth and blossoming
beauty and goes out into the by-ways
of the world as many another woman
has done. She seeks love through pas passion,
sion, passion, through wealth, through society,
but finds in each case a shoddy pre pretense,
tense, pretense, and when her soul is bruised'
upon the rocks of solid, ugly facts,
she is led by truth, urgly old truth,
whom in her youth she despised, to
find love at last waiting for her at
Every character in the play is
symbolic of some abstract virtue or
vice or condition with relation to the
life of woman.
An entire symphony orchestra ac accompanies
companies accompanies the organization, which is
Henry W. Savage' finest.
JUNIOR RED CROSS MEETING
The Junior Red Cross of the pri primary
mary primary school held a most interesting
meeting Friday, Jan. 31st.
The program consisted of patriotic
scngs, stories of the Red Cross by
Norris Savage, Pauline Godwin and
Guyeula Chandler, the poem "On
Flanders Fild," by Jim Cox and Doyle
Smith, a "Food Pledge in Rhyme," by
Mary Troxler and "The Captin of the
Sugar Bowl," by William Edwards.
Reports were made on thrift
stamps, the collection of tinfoil ana
the Belgian bab youtfit made by third
grade girls under the direction of
Mrs.Rochford. This outfit, by the
way, ranked A-l.
A collection was taken for the
Fiench orphan fund.
Robert Waterman is president of
the auxiliary and Marius Toffaleti i
. Pineapple variety of citrus enly,
budded on sour stocks. Not less th a. j
one hundred sold." P. IL Newest, tf
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Electros must be mounted, or oharge
will be made for mounting.
Ten thousand American soldiers
re yet listed as missing in action.
Interests of America and Australia
in the Pacific seem to be identical.
The law of supply and demand is
often the law of greed and necessity.
Brodie Duke, the tobacco magnate,
died at his home at Durham, N. C,
Gen. Pershing indignantly denies
the report that American soldiers in
France are behaving, badly.
Wonder how long it will be before
the people of Marianna are welcom welcoming
ing welcoming the boys of the industrial school
there into their churches.
We found it hard to make war
bread go down, but that wasrilt as
hard as the prospect that wheat bread
will never go down in price.
Sunday was groundhog day, but as
the only ground hog in this vicinity
was the sausage in the butcher shops,
we do not know what the weather
The St. Petersburg Times hits the
nail on the head when it says: "Con "Congress,
gress, "Congress, which put off until this year
the work it ought to have done last
year, keeps right on criticising the
military management of a war that
was won last year instead af 'this
Henry Ford is not the only great
reformer who started a newspaper,
mit ms contemporary, w J a. never
succeeded in making much money, so
far as the people can discover.
Collector of Internal Revenue Jas.
II. Cathcart warns the people against
having i anything to do with "unoffic
ial" income tax experts, who may be
expected to show up and offer to in instruct
struct instruct people, for a consideration,
how to make out their income tax
returns. The proper officials will ar arrive
rive arrive in time to show the people how
to do this work, and they will not
make any change for their services.
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A considerable number of auto
parties from northern states pass
thru Ocala every week on their way
soufty So far as we know, there is
never any attempt to induce these
people to turn aside for a few hours
r to see Silver Springs. 'Few of them
know of its existence. It is more than
likely that most of them would be
grateful to anyone who would direct
" them out there. A few signboards in
the proper places would help greatly.
One of the things that should be
done, and at once, to improve the
town, is to tear down all the old Red
Cross, liberty bond, war work and
near-east relief posters that are fill filling
ing filling up so many windows and dis disfiguring
figuring disfiguring so many walls. Everything
of that sort should be pulled down as
soon as a drive is over. Many of those
in evidence in Ocala are a year old,
and are shabby and dirty as well as
cut of date.
Almost all of the republican and
some of the democratic papers are
disparaging the diplomatic ability of
Colonel House. They seem to think he
has no training, r They should take
into consideration that every trained
diplomat in Europe has made disas disastrous
trous disastrous mistakes in the last five years,
and the more training they have the
greater their blunders. And most of
the evil we have had to struggle thru
since July, 1914, has been a direct re result
sult result of the diplomacy of that "master
diplomat," Bismarck. The truth is
that the United States doesn't need
"trained diplomats." It needs only men
who will honestly voice the sentiment
of their great country. ''
America is flooded with schools,
and the cry is for more schools, yet
the testimony of business men and
manufacturers is largely to the effect
that a boy, or girl, a young man or
woman, just out of school, generally
has to be given a supplementary edu education
cation education before he or she is ready to do
effectual work. A boy out of high
school, .with his head crammed with
"higher mathematics, unless excep exceptionally
tionally exceptionally intelligent, has to have a lot
of coaching before he can figure out
a bill of goods for a grocery store. A
young man or young woman fresh
from business college, has to lean
much, and often unlearn more, be before
fore before being capable to fill a place as
bookkeeper or stenographer. A boy
with a good record in a technological
school is for awhile like a fish out of
water in a machine shop, tho' the
average American boy's aptitude for
machinery makes this Jess noticeable
than in other callings. The biggest
ffilf-o nf nil i frvinop tn fjarln ntrrirnl-i
ture to city boys and girls. A boy
from the country taking an agricul agricultural
tural agricultural course recognizes much that is
already familiar to him, and often
improves on it, but a city boy might
as well be transferred from the school
room to the moon as from the school
room to the farm. It's the Star's
opinion that this trouble is due more
to the schools than the scholars. For
one thing, many teachers have, only
book knowledge of what they teach.
Another is that they try to teach too
much in too little time. When a
scholar is able to recite a -lesson, he
or she is considered to have learned
it. The fact that the lesson may be
forgotten in a few days or a few
weeks is something the average
teacher doesn't seem to calculate on.
We often feel like sympathizing
with our county commissioners on the
road question. They are severely
criticised for what they do and what
they don't. The Star has been closely
acquainted with the commissioners of
this county ever since it was a paper,
and is quite sure they haye done
about as well as they could under the
circumstances. The road question is
a very difficult one to answer. No
board of commissioners has ever had
more than enough money to build a
little road at a time. If a commission commission-ei
ei commission-ei has a few thousand dollars to
spend on his district, he is at once
faced with claims it would take three
or four times as much to meet. Mar Marion
ion Marion county began improving its roads
a little over twenty years ago. Since
then it has spent considerable over a
million dollars on its roads. Its roads
are npw badly tattered and it takes
over fifty thousand dollars a year to
keep them passable-" in some places,
only near passable. If Marion county
had bonded for a million dollars twen twenty
ty twenty years ago, and" the money Jhad been
honestly and intelligenty spent, tl
expense would have been no greater
and we would have the roads. There
was, of course, a chance for graft and
blundering, and it's the Star's opinion
that, the fear of this chance rather
than' the expense has prevented the
people from bonding. However, it is a
chance this county will have to take
some day; or be hopelessly, distanced
in the race of progress.
Congressman Clark, who has been
working faithfully ever since he has
been in Congress to have refunded
the taxes illegally collected on cotton
just after the civil war from the peo people
ple people of the South, has succeeded in ob obtaining
taining obtaining a favorable, report on his bill
to refund the money from the House
committee on war claims, of which he
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"New Years on Broadway," in Henry W. Savage's Inspiring Dramatic Spec Spec-tacle,
tacle, Spec-tacle, "Every woman," which will Appear at the Temple Wednesday Evening
i3 a member. Mr. Clark drew the re report
port report himself, and it fully establishes
the justice of the claim. The amount
to be refunded is about sixty-eight
million dollars, -of which over nine
hundred thousand would go to Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. We print a copy of Mr. Clark's
bill elsewhere. It will be seen that
he has considered the Wailes claim
and drawn the bill so as to prevent
any state from being involved in
such a snarl. The measure is simple
justice to the South, and Mr. Clark
deserves much credit for the diligence
with which he has pushed the claim
against great difficulties, one of which
is the hostile criticism of some people
who would rather Florida should not
have the money than that Mr. Clark
should have the credit.
Our county commissioners having
decided that the government money
for improving roads shall be spent on
the Dixie highway, will probably
have more for other roads. We hope
that a good proportion of this will be
spent on the Blitchton road. Next to
the Dixie highway, and the road thru
Anthony and Citra, it is the most
traveled road in the county, and is
undoubtedly in the worst condition.
If that road is not attended to, we
will lose a slice out of our- county
sooner or later.
Potatoes Feed tlie World
Different Ages and Sizes of Tubers Demand Special Prepara Preparation
tion Preparation and Aid in Keeping Body Tisiues Alkaline
The general use of potatoes In the average family and the better customs
prevailing in many homes In preparing the tubers-for food are based on
sound economic and dietetic reasons, according to specialists of the office of
home economics of the United States department of agriculture.
Potatoes are easy to cook in a variety of ways. From the point of view
of dietetics, they furnish starch In one readily digestible form, contain mineral,
substances of Importance to the body, and a fact less generally known
tend to make the tissues and fluids of the fcody alkaline, so counteracting the
tendency of meats, eggs, fish and like foods to create acid conditions. Since
the body does Its work best when Its condition is either neutral or slightly
alkaline, potatoes, like most vegetables, perform an Important function In
'the diet besides furnishing energy-producing material. This, scientific fact
justifies the custom that is prevalent In many families of serving a goodly
supply of potatoes or other vegetables with each helping of meat.
, Potatoes, however, 'while a valuable addition to a mixed diet, alone are
not suited to meet the needs of the body because of their poverty In proteins
and fat. Of these latter Important elements protein is furnished in meats,
eggs, fish, milk, beans and similar foods, and fat in butter, bacon, table oils
and the fats and oils used in cookery. r
Greater care than commonly Is exercised should be. taken In peeling
potatoes. Very often 20 per cent of the potato is pared away. This results
not only In the waste of considerable potato but also in the loss of one of the
most valuable portions of the tuber, since the soluble mineral salts are present
In the material near the skin, which should be removed and thrown away.
These salts can be preserved by a more careful removal of the skin, as by
shallow paring or rubbing, and also by boiling or baking the potatoes In their
Paring before boiling, however, may. be the most desirable method of
cooking potatoes, which through 'an undue exposure to light may have ac
quired a bitter taste, or those which have been kept until late In the spring,
since in this way more of the disagreeable flavor is eliminated. Such potatoes
may also be soaked bef or cooking.
', While these methods-may be desirable with potatoes which have been
exposed to light, they result In the loss of considerable food value without
compensating advantages when applied to new or well-matured potatoes. If
such potatoes are boiled after paring, they should be dropped Into boiling
water instead of being placed on the stove In cold water. By the latter
method there Is twice the loss of -protein, pr tlssue-bulldlng elements, result resulting
ing resulting from the former. The loss of mineral matter Is about the same by each
method. There Is no loss of starchy material in boiling unless portions of the
tuber break off.
Practically the only loss when potatoes are baked In their skins is of the
water which escapes as steam. The more or less common custom of pricking
holes In the skin of baked potatoes or breaking them is explained by the
fact that unless the steam which Is formed Inside the skin Is allowed to
escape It will change back Into water and produce sogglness.
' Potatoes which have turned green and sprouting tubers have present a
considerable quantity of solanin, an acrid poisonous substance which, though
not dangerous in the quantities ordinarily met with, gives a disagreeable
flavor. It is best, therefore, to avoid such potatoes or to cut out green or
A merchant who advertises usually has something of merit to offer his
customers, and you can depend on his merchandise being1 fresh, because tos
sells It off. by advertising, before It grows old on his shelves. Ponder this.
INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL PARADE
Dressed in their new uniforms, the
girls of the Florida Industrial school
attended the First Baptist church on
Sunday morning, where Rev. Wm.'H.
Wrighton preached a special sermon
to young people. Taking his text from
the book of Ruth, the pastor spoke of
the reasons why we should follow
those who follow Christ. There was
the usual large morning congrega congregation
tion congregation present, including many of the
children of the go to church band,
who listened with evident interest to
the five-minute talk of the pastor.
Those present yesterday morning
were greatly impressed with the fine
appearance of the girls in their neat
uniforms, 'and many expressed them them-selces
selces them-selces highly gratified at the correct
deportment which the girls have de developed
veloped developed under the present efficient
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
Liggett's Chocolate Cowered Whole
Brazil Nuts are always good. Gerigs
Drug Store. tf
We arc now prepared to furnish you with
a great variety of the best labor saving
Farming Tools. Our line is complete
ivith a big line ol
BPJNLY AND BLUEBIRD PLOWS,
MOUNE RIDING PLOWS,
MOUNE HIDING DISC PLOWS,
INTERNATIONAL DISC RIDING CULTIVA CULTIVATORS,
TORS, CULTIVATORS, SIX SHOVEL RIDING CULTIVA CULTIVATORS,
TORS, CULTIVATORS, DISC, DRAG AND SPRING SPRING-TO
TO SPRING-TO OTO HARROWS,
PLANET JUNOR CULTIVATORS, SEEDERS
AND HAND TOOLS,
LEDBETTER ONE-SEED PLANTER,
CLARK CUTAWAY HARROWS,
ACME HARROW AND PULVERIZER.
CLAKKSfflM HARDWARE. CO.
Scad LlcgnoIIa St.
, Now Is the Time
- To Go Into
THE CPICKEW -BUSINESS
Get Your Eggs from Us
SETTING OF 16 EGGS 51.50
Hens for Breeding, from Select Sloclc 52.00 Each
TME POU1LTEY FMtM
Thoroughbred Whit Leghorns. II. SHRODER, Proprietor.
East Lahe, Florida.
We Pay .the Highest CashPrices.
Write for Prices to
, TAMPA BAG .COMPANY
POSTOFFICE BOX 592 Long Distance Phone 4475
Co JTOBAM &.-OD.
.. Funeral Directors and Embatoiers
AU.T. HEARSE SEElVICE
W e deliver caskets free anywhere in the county.
Calls promptly answered ni,ht or day.
wilbur c. surra sm r. pyles, jr.
Day Phone 10 Night Phonei 223 and 423
OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1919
GftpD THINGS TO EAT
,Feh Grated Horse .Radish
Uoyal Scarlet Sweet Relish
Rolled Oats in bulk
Samp or Big Hominy
Duffy's Apple Juice
Mott's Sweet Cider
, Mission Prunes, ready to scire
Rice Milk and Raisins in tin
. ready to serve
Alaska Pickled Salmon
Cracker Meal, Oyster Crack Crack-"
" Crack-" era and Soda Crackers in bulk
Mrs. Kidd's Burr Gherkins V
Old Fashioned Buckwheat Flour
Lemon and Manilla Paste Extract
' ::J Premier Salad Dressing
hi. ' j.
Finlan Haddie in Glass
, Seedless Raisins
Evaporated Prunes, Peaches, Apricots
. ; and Apples
Mr. E. A. Osborne returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from a short business trip to
NORRIS the candy supreme. Sold
by the Court Pharmacy. 3-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holcomb re returned
turned returned Saturday from a week's visit
to friends in Jacksonville.
O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY
PHONES 16 and 174
BARGAINS IN -JSEDARS
1 Overland New Tires $250
1 Chevrolet New Tires $450
1 Ford Roadster $250
14 Buick new tires $250
1 Olds 8 new tires $900
1 Ford Touring $450
1 Dodge Touring $675
, Watch this list change
Aeto Sales Co.
A registered Optom-
k etrist, has passed an
the State Board of
Optometry, which proves him com competent.
petent. competent. 1 .:
Dr. K. J. Weihe
, Eyesight Specialist v :
With Weihe Co.. Jewelers, Ocala. Fla.
A. E. GERIG
PRACTICAL CARPENTER ;
V AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
WorkJEor the Honey than any other
contrStor hr the city. : 7-
The Bible .study class meets with
Mrs. Keefe on South Second -street
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Just arrived, another large ship shipment
ment shipment of Nunnally's, "The Candy of
the South. Always fresh at Gerig's
Drug tSore. tf
Mrs. 'Charles Lloyd will entertain
the auction club Wednesday at 3:15,
at her home on East Second street.
Mrs. Fred McAteer and her smart
little son-and Miss Gray of the high
school spent the weekrend with
friends in Tampa.
Mr. L. R. Chazal and Mr. Chas. P.
Chazal left yesterday in their car for
the southern part of the state for a
few days business trip.
Don't forget to get our prices on
wax and green bean seed, garden Deas
and all other seed. Ocala Seed Store,
Ocala, Fla. ', tf
, Mrs. Robert Flinn has just com completed
pleted completed a two weeks, visit with her
father, Mr. J. P Galloway, returning
to her home in Jacksonville Saturday.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Auxiliary of Grace Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal church will be held at the resi residence
dence residence of Mrs. F. T. Schreiber Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 4th, alt 3:30.
Mrs.- Edward Morgan and infant
left Saturday for Tampa, going down
with Mrs. Morgan's father in his car.
Mrs. .Morgan will be the guest of her
parents until after Gasparilla week.
Jergan's Lotion of Benzoin and Al Almond
mond Almond preserves the skin and complex complexion;
ion; complexion; healing, soothing and whitening.
The Court Pharmacy. 3-tf
Mrs. E. G. Lindner and Miss :Adele
Bittinger returned Sunday from a
short trip to Jacksonville. They went
especially to see David Warfield, who
played at the Duval theater in "The
Auctioneer." ) v
RATES Twenty-five words
or less one time 25 cents;
three, times 50 cents; six
times 75 cents. Over twenty-live
words, and unUer fif fifty.
ty. fifty. Rouble above rate.
TnTs rate i3 for consecutive
insertions. Special rate by
the month. Try them out.
Dr. C. W Moremen, dental surgeon,
Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 211. '. Residence phone ; 298.
Ocala, Fla. tf
Saturday afternoon Mrs. F.H. Lo Logan
gan Logan at her home on Oklawaha ave avenue,
nue, avenue, very pleasantly and informally
entertained a few friends at cards.
Those enjoying several rounds of
bridge were Mrs. George Ford, Mrs.
Brantly Weathers, Mrs. Abner Black,
Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mrs. Charles
Lloyd, Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs. E. G.
Peek and Miss Emily Stotesbury. At
the conclusion of the games, Mrs. G.
S. Scott and Rrs. Stephen Jewett
joined the players for tea. Mrs. Ab Abner
ner Abner Black of Canada, the guest of
Mrs, Herbert Ford, as a visiting lady
was presented with a lovely bunch of
violets, while Mrs. George Ford and
Mrs. John Taylor, holdest of the high highest
est highest scores, were awarded a deck of
cards and a set of dainty lingerie rib ribbons.
bons. ribbons. This is one of the very1 pleas pleasant
ant pleasant affairs that .Mrs. Black has been
the recipient of during her visit in the
Ladies, if there is any Toilet Article
you are in need of, we have it. The
Court Pharmacy. 3-tf
The appearance of David Warfield
ia "The Auctioneer,' is of particular
interest, as it was in this character
that he made his first deep impression
ok the theatergoing public seventeen
years ago. The remarkable interest
that was manifested in this popular
actor was clearly shown by his inter interested
ested interested and appreciative .audience, the
house, being entirely sold out for the
three performances which he gave "at
the Duval theater. Mr. Warfield took
the role of Simon Levi, the Hebrew
who came to, this country with- only a
few cents in his pocket, amassing a
comfortable fortune by thrift and the
sale of trifles from his much beloved
"LITTLE FkAG ON OUR HOUSE."
The little Cagr on our hotunt
Ia floating all the day
Beside the Tat big- Stars and J. tripes;
You can almost hear, it Bay
To all the folks in our strict.
As the brttz3 make It danos:
"Look up and see iny own Lli star
We've got a toy la Franc!"
The little Caff on our hotnw.
It floats sometimes at night.
And you can see it 'way up thtfcre
When the street lamp. shines hjet light.
And sometimes, 'long1 toward morning.
When the cop comes by, perchance
It signals with its one blue star,
We've got a boy In Franear
The little Caff on our hotzsa
Will wave, and wave, and war
Until our boy comes home agliX.
Or finds la France his grave.
Nay tho' its blue star turn to Yfld,
Because of war's grim chanca.
It still shall wave to saj "Tnsnk God!
We've got a boy In France!
William C. pemorest, t Leslie's
SHOOT THE FLY
A Fly Gun.
In thest days) when firearm are so
fashionably It Is proper to stioot the
fly instead ci swatting him ia the ordi ordinary
nary ordinary way. A pistol for tho purpose
has been newly invented, tt carries
the swatter "on the end of spring
which, (as shown in thepictme) Is bent
back and caught with a hook that may
be released by pulling the trigger.
Well-aimed, the weapon 13 bound to
kill at every shot.
In the picture the swatter is repre represented
sented represented in section. It Is, howrer, cir circular
cular circular in form, of wire net, with a
fraine of felt padding to prof ei!t furni furniture
ture furniture or other objects ut9. being
scratched by the swat.
Rat Steto Soldier's Falsa Tteth.
Rats destroy 18.000,000 of human
food yearly In the United Kingdom,
an agricultural expert stated lecently.
These destructive rodents, how Ever, do
not confine themselves to fcol, as is
shown by. the soldier who hit been In
a convalescent home, &a exchange
. During the summer they tret e sleep sleeping
ing sleeping in the tents In the garde!. Awak Awakening
ening Awakening one, early dawn the doldier re received
ceived received a shock, for a larga irat was
making' off with his false tisutfa which
had been left the night befcro at his
bedside. The rodent succeeded, in get getting
ting getting away with its Strang 'ind pe peculiar
culiar peculiar prite.
The Germans," said Gee G. O.
Squier.'head of the signal cutis "the
Germans have a detestable tahlt of
accompanying the vilest deets with
the most hypocritical and cr.tf ng hom homilies.
ilies. homilies. y
"The Germans are exactly like the
second-hand dealer who safA to his
" 'Tommy, I made a mlstalct in giv giving
ing giving change to the customer who just
bought a Palm Beach suit. I gave him
a dollar too little. That taathes us,
Tommy, my dear boy, -that tre should
always try to profit bjr onr mistakes.
Alligator Was Obstlnf tf.
Soldiers had to be called tt the res rescue
cue rescue when the big alligator tX the Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati zoo was moved frora Ills win winter
ter winter to summer quarters thle week. A
rope was tied about the animal In. the
usual way and three or four of the zoo
guards started to lead him la the usual
way from the winter- quart! r to the
concrete pool outside. But the big al-,
ligator refused to budge. Ffrar sol soldiers
diers soldiers who were passing saiir Uhe offi official
cial official plight, and voluntee.ei their
services, eventually succeedhP in mov moving
ing moving the alligator.
. Bobble's Good Suggest n.
Junior &nd Bobble are both four.
Junior wears his hair bobber I, while
Bobbie has his-hair cut shc-rt. They
were playing soldier, and Jti)r spent
most of his time pushing his tilr back
Hour of hia eres. Finally Bobble said:
basket. Mr. Warfield's wonderful in-1 Say. dont you know sojers ilon't have
terpretation of the faith of Levi ini
his belief in people and especially his
belief in his brother, by whose du duplicity,
plicity, duplicity, his fortune was lost, reamins
in the memory ,as the best thing that
this universally admire'd atcor has
done. The character of the Jew which
was so clearly 'portrayed as a sharp
and clever bargainer, remains upper uppermost
most uppermost in one's mind as a poor, lovable
and most pathetic old man for whom
the audience was willing to wipe away
a few tears as a testimony and tribute
tc Mr. Warfield's wonderful portrayal.
FOR THE WEEK
Today : Hale Hamilton in "Five
Thousand ah Hour," a live Metro pic picture.
Tomorrow : Alice Brady in "The
Thursday: Elsie Ferguson in A
Friday: Carlyle Blackwell and Fve-
lyn Greely in "Love in a Hurry.
long hair? Ton better hike heme and
tell your mother to have yorr hair cut
like men' A
Had the Evidence.
Gladys Men are all flirts yu can't
trust any of them.
Reggy More so than a woman?
Gladys Well, Tm engaged to three
of the nicest men I ever knew, and
Tve found that every one Ct them Is
flirting with some other girl
In order to relieve the food shortage,
(turkey ranching has been trfeft in the
foothills of California and Byrne parts
of Arizona. In other westtni states
it has become a recognized Iidustry,
though as yet an infant one.
Myrt Gladys thinks her 'leatnree
Ue very delicate.
-Cert Gee, your features would be
Cslicate too, if they got the hot-to wei wei-feg,
feg, wei-feg, pommeling, painting al powder powder-tzj
tzj powder-tzj that hsxs do.
I M LL
TO THE THEATER GOIIIG PUBLIC
I wish to call your attention to the fact that I am send sending
ing sending to your city the elaborate musical spectacle "EVERY "EVERY-WOMAN."
WOMAN." "EVERY-WOMAN." Contiary to a custom that has been followed in
the past years by most theatrical producers with a pop alar
success to their credit, I have steadfastly refused to organize
and send out any duplicate companies of this world famed
success, which is coming to your city at the zenith of its fame
and glory, fall of international honor and homage, and identi identical
cal identical in the proportions that have made theatrical history here
I realize that I may be sacrificing much in taking this
stand, but I feel positive that the theatergoes of the few cities
to which I am sending "EVERYWOM AN" will appreciate
the excellence of this company. Many of you have no dcubt
witnessed a performance of "EVERYMAN," ana will ; be
gratified to know that Paula Shay, Natalia Lynn, Winifred
Baldwin, Percy Parsons, Norman Lane, J. K. Ilutchimon,
Frank Kilday, F. J. McCarthy, and Fred Hampton still head
the cast and will appear in the same role with which they have
Feeling tha you will appreciate this effort to give you
the best in my power,
I beg to remain,
RESERVE YOUR SEATS BY MAIL K0W
Mail order will take precedence over
the regular sale and will be filled in
order of receipt, State which location you wish and enclose check or money order for exact amount
with self addressed stamped envelope, and seats will be sent you by return mail. Make all drafts and
money orders payable to TEMPLE THEATER. REGULAR BOX OFFICE SALE OPEN
NOW- PRICES SL $1.50. $2. BOX SEATS $2.50 PLUS VAR.TAX
Some musicians have eharp
eyes and flat feet.
Of course the sharp eyes are
.the more essential. Unless a
fellow can C natural he may
play off key.
Most any musician can pass a
double bar without stopping If
he Is pressed for time.
Bill Shakespeare must hare
been at least a dub musician or
he couldn't have written Meas-
ure for Measure."
Man Is like a violin. Some Somebody
body Somebody Is always stringing him.
And he is nls like the string
Filust Purchase Sugar Every
1 15 Days Instead of Weekly.
Approximately 20,000,000 pounds of
sugar will be saved per year by a
new ruling of the food administration
which will prevent anyone from ob obtaining
taining obtaining more than two pounds of su sugar
gar sugar per month. Many people were un unconsciously
consciously unconsciously breaking .the regulations
regarding the distribuUon of sugar
by purchasing their sugar on the basis
of one-half pound per capita per week'.
On this basis of four weeks to the
month there would be only 48 weeks
to the year, or. 33G days. This would
leave 20 flays, or practically another
month, during which sugar would be
consumed on a basis of two pounds
per capita. "With a population of 100,-000,000-
people this would require
about an additional 200,000,000 pounds
of sugar. The new regulation requires
the consumer to purchase his allot allotment
ment allotment of sugar every fifteen days, or
semi-monthly, rather than every week.
Increases of Food Prices.
Retail prices of food Increased 4
per cent from August 15 to September
15; 14 per cent from September, 1917f
to September, 1918. and 72- per cent
from September, 1913, to September,
1918, the bureau of labor statistics an announced.
nounced. announced. The increases were deter determined
mined determined from reports by retail dealers
of 23 articles of food. ,.
S E E ED S 2
We are now ready to offer BEAN SEED,
Wadwcll and Davis Kidney Wax perbu. $14.
Valentine and other green beans per bu. $13.
Also have Fresh Peas, Water Melon, Canta Canta-loupe,
loupe, Canta-loupe, Cucumber and other seeds.
O C ALA SEED STORE
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 an d it is doing full duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a lit tie bit it may sulk on you all the
remainder of the season.,
OCALA ICE AND PACKING .COMPANY
WHITE STAR LINE
TRANSFER isl STORAGE
Gives $1,432,374 foV Belgians.
- For relief work In Belgium during
the ten months ending last June SO,
the American Red Cross appropriated
$1,432,374 and It has set aside 1,047, 1,047,-325
325 1,047,-325 tor the remainder of the present
Salt From Salt Lake.
The inhabitants of Palmyra get all
their salt by dipping buckets into the
neighboring salt lake and allowing the
wnter.to eve iterate.
BARGAIN IN A BUICK
A 1917 Buick light six, in perfect
condition. A bargain. Can be seen
at the Maxwell Service Station, this
y MEAT WITH GAS I
NO BUT! m DUST 1 NO SLIOKE
The THERMOPHORE Radiant Gas Heater Is the
Best and Most Economical Made.
A Full Line of Resnor and Hot Spot Heaters.
Let Us Demonstrate These To Yon.
FLORBDA UTILITIES CO.
Harrington Block, Fort King Are.
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 19i9
A CORD ABOUT THE ItlDMEYS
BY DOCTOR WATSON.
People are easily frightened when
they think something is the matter with
their lungs or heart, and well they
may be; bat few people .understand
the dangers of diseased kidneys. These
organs have a duty of vital importance
to perform, and if they are diseased,
there is no telling" how or where the
symptoms may appear. The kidneys
are filters, and when they are healthy
they remove the poisons from the blood
and purify it. When the kidneys are
diseased, the poisons are spread every-
- where, and one of these poisons is uric
acid. The. uric acid is carried all
through the system and deposited in
various places, in the form of urate
lalts in the feet, ankles, wrist3 and
back often forming bags under the
eyes. Sometimes the resulting trouble
is called rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica
and backache. Finally, come stone
in the bladder, Jdiabetes and Bright's
Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., in recent
years, discovered that a certain com combination
bination combination of remedies would dissolve uric
acid (urate salts) in the system. He
found this combination to be harmless,
bo that he made it up in tablets,
of double strength, and called them
Anuric Tablets. They dissolve uric
acid in the human system as hot coffee
dissolves sugar. If you have uric acid
troubles, don't delay in taking Anuric
Tablets, which can be secured in the
drug stores. You can write Dr. Pierce,
too, and he will tell you what to eat
and how to live so that more uric acid
will not form in your system. Dr. Pierce
irill not charge for this advice.
I ATL I I nrA CZf- Mr. and airs, tomo ilassey, son
and little daughter arrived yesterday
jfrom their home in New York. Mr.
I Massey came especially to see his
! -T t, HT. XV "f rr- Un
been in such poor health for the past
year. Before returning home Mr.
Massey expects to see his parents
comfortably established in their little
heme on Watula street, which has re recently
cently recently been thoroughly renovated.
B R 1J f
We dispense none but
pure drugs in our pre prescription
scription prescription work Ask
Quality and'Prompt Service
Mrs. Carl Ray and bright baby
have arrived from North Carolina for
a visit of some length to Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Ray of Martel. Mrs. Ray and
pretty 'little, daughter, Margaret, and
Misses Pearl and Ruby Ray, were in
the city Saturday afternoon.
Drop in and see the Jonteel Rouge.
Three colors. Gerig's Drug Store, tf
Our wooden policemen are on the
blink. Their paint is faded, they are
bruised and bunged up and never in
the same place twice. They should be
replaced with mdre uptodate signs.
Mrs. J. M. Jackson of Miami is vis visiting
iting visiting her brother and mother at Cot Cotton
ton Cotton .Plant. The other two sisters and
daughters of Clearwater are expected
today for a visit.
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow returned last
evening from a several days' visit to
friends at Eastlake. During Mrs.
Wood row's absence. Miss Blair Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row was the guest of Miss Adela Ax.
The care you exercise in selecting
your correspondence paper is a com compliment
pliment compliment to your own good taste and
that of your friends. Look at our line
before you purchase. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 3-tf
W. K. LaneM. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat, Law Library Building, Ocala,
Messrs. Leslie Anderson and Nor Norton
ton Norton Dav;s went to Jacksonville Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon to attend to business.
Mr. Davis returned yesterday, while
Mr. Anderson remained in the metrop metropolis
olis metropolis for a few days.
Lieutenant Norman Kirk arrived
yesterday afternoon, coming1 from
Charleston, to join his wife and baby.
Lieut. Kfrk hopes to remain for a
week, when he will go to Cuba for a
several months' stay.
The QUALITIES OF NORRIS'
EXQUISITE CANDIES are unsur unsurpassed.
passed. unsurpassed. The Court Pharmacy. 3-tf
It would be a fine thing if the coun county
ty county commissioners would have the
trees along the principal roads trim trimmed.
med. trimmed. The limbs hang so low, when
one has to turn out to pass, the
branches i tear the tops of cars, etc.
Especially has this been noticed on
the Martel and Cotton Plant road."
It. is said that the Delaverge com company
pany company has sold the oil engine in our
city plant to parties in Cuba for $50, $50,-000.
000. $50,-000. The purchasers have our sympa sympathy.
thy. sympathy. We purchase writing fabrics with a
view to providing our customers with
that which is best, economical and
proper. The Court, Pharmacy. 3-tf
"Five Thousand an Hour" is going
some, but that is what Hale Hamilton
will show Temple attendants tonight.
The first-class Brady picture, "The
Better Half," in which Alice Brady
stars, and which missed its date at
the Temple some weeks ago, will be
An excellent 'assortment of Writ Writing
ing Writing Tablets. Come in and see the
line. Gerig's Drug Store. tf
GOODRICH TIRES ;
' 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. .''
- DLALCCK BROTHERS
. 107 Oklawaha Avenue
Mrs. A. E. Squires of Eureka died
this morning at 4:30. She is surviv survived
ed survived by her husband, mother and father
and mourned by many friends. The
funeral services will be held tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning at 10:30 at Fort McCoy
We have just received a shipment of
Berlin & Jones stationery. The sta stationery
tionery stationery of Quality. The Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. 3-tf
Mr. Oswell Bernauer of New York,
but a regular winter visitor to Citra,
died .yesterday morning at six o'clock.
Mr. Bernauer's many friends in this
section deeply regret to hear of his
death and sympathiez with his family
in their great loss. The remains will
bo held at the parlors of E. G. Jordan
& Company until arrangements have
been made to forward the body to
est y -vo
r 'N.J' Y;3n
-r- v. oh ijj,;-,--,;.
Mr, W. H. Roberts of this city died
at an early hour this morning at his
place on the old wire road. Mr. Rob Roberts
erts Roberts was a good citizen and his many
friends regret to hear of his death.
The funeral services will be held to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock at the
Anthony cemetery. E. C Jordan &
Co. will have charge.
Miss Donnie Sims Saturday receiv received
ed received a telegram, announcing that her
brother, Lawton Sims, had arrived in
New York from France. This brings
another Company A boy home. ;
Dr. G. C. Shephard wishes to an
nounce 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
Jonteel Power "Compact." All col colors
ors colors in vanity boxes at Gerig's Drug
1 JLprpiETL3B in
is "the- erperience of many
on changing from coffee "to
Not at all incredible
J?ov Possum is free f: rom -fcKe
eleiiieixts in coffee. At
tKe f same "time it-is, a de
licious ioxirishing, drink
"There's a Reason" for
vm ii it
WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING
The business meeting of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club was held Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, followed by the
regular meeting at three o'clock.
A note of resignation from Mrs. B.
T. Perdue a3 corresponding secretary
was read. It was moved and carried
that the secretary write a note of
condolence and appreciation to Mrs Mrs-Perdue,
Perdue, Mrs-Perdue, -vhose resignation was ac accepted.
cepted. accepted. Mrs. E. G. Peek was elected
by the executive board to take her
place. This was followed by the read reading
ing reading of the 'treasurer's report.
Mrs. B. F. Condon gave a piano
solo which was greatly appreciated by
Reports were made by chairmen of
all standing committees, showing that
each committee was taking a great
interest in its work.
It was announced by the chairman
of the animal protection committee
that an Easter sale of fancy work
vould be held in March, and requested
that any wisffing to donate articles of
fancy work, should hand them in at
an ea-rly date
The annual payment on the club
house debt has been made.
Mrs. Arthur Davies, who has not
Lt en. a member of the club for a year
or more, was re-elected to member membership.
The home -economics committee has
made plans for housekeepers' week,
and also to start a curb market in the
The civic committee has planned to
,ive a colonial ball Feb. 22.
The club decided to plant a tree
for tach service star in our flag. Mrs.
Walter Hood was made chairman of
Mrs. H. M. Hampton sang two love lovely
ly lovely songs, the "Wind Song" and "The
Hose of No Man's Land," which were
The club adjourned for a social half
hour. Mrs. J. E. Chace sat at the tea
tabic from which tea and wafers were
served by Mrs. Walter Hood, Mrs.
Harry Holcomb and Mrsrr Barrett, as assisted
sisted assisted by Miss Wynoria Wetherbee.
Mrs. F. E. Wetherbee, 1
Reporter for Ocala Woman's Club.
FOR RENT Rooms suitable for bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms or light housekeeping. Address
Box 257, Ocala. 3-6t
LOST Sunday night between East East-lake
lake East-lake Weir and Mrs. T. M. Moore's
residence on Fort King, a fur neck
piece. Reward to finder by applying to
Miss Blair Woodrow, 31G Fort King
LOST Extra large iver and white
pointer dog. Tan spots over eyes.
Please notify T. P. Drake. 2-1-tf
WANTED A family on farm at
Lake Kerr; GO acres under fence. On
shares or standing wages. Can give
woman some work in the-house. See
T. B. Crossley, Lake Kerr, or write
F. J. Cooledge & Sohs, Atlanta. Ga. 9t
WANTED To buy a Ford car. Or
will trade land for it. "Apply Box 329,
Ocala, Ha. 30-6t
P'OR SALF, Valencia seed peanuts.
Apply to Bitting & Co., North Mag Mag-rtplia
rtplia Mag-rtplia 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
I-OR SALE Nine room house, three
blocks from postoffice, in first class
it pair; 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
FOR SALE A lot of hogs, brood
sows and pigs. Can be seen at the
farm of N. W. Harison, North Lake
Weir (Oklawaha) Fla. 31-6t
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. 20-lm
WANTED All kinds of second hand
furniture, guns, beds, etc. Notify
me and I will send for them. J. W.
Hunter, Gunsmith, South Main St. tf
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47. 104. 30S
Another shipment of Lord Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore paper and envelopes in. Come
and get a supply. Gerig's Drug
BUICK SIX FOR SALE
A light Buick six, 1917 model, in
perfect condition; a bargain if taken
ice Station. 27-6t
at once. See it at the Maxwell Serv-
Head Trimmer of the
Affleck Millinery Parlor
is now in the maekets studying
with wonderful inspiration, the
great numbers of designs, materi materials,
als, materials, colors and the various motifs
?in garniture all being ezquisitely
combined in making the Victory
Chapeaux most attractive and al alluring.
luring. alluring. The Ocala House Block.
THE WnilMIS JUBILEE SMJMS
. OF CHICAGO, ILL. :
Will again give one- performance for the citizens of Ocala under the J
auspices of the Mount Moriah Baptist church.
ON TUESDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 4th. 1919 j
' At the x I I
Metropolis am TlneMei? j i
Under an entire new program. ? ;.
The admission, will be for children under ;
13 25 cents, general admission 50c. and re-
j served seats 75c-
Ample provision has been arranged for the white public. Tickets
on sale at the Court Pharmacy, Mitchell's Pharmacy and the Metro-
politan Savings Bank. Don't miss hearing these -world famous Z
l I t sat
Let us quote you prices
on a Monument or Head Headstone
stone Headstone to mark the last rest resting
ing resting place of your loved
.MARBLE OR GRAfJITE.
OCALA MARBLE WORKS
E. W. LEAVEN GOOD, Mgr.
N. Magnolia SL
a r i jm r w
1 I A
TEE WIMPg)M MOTEL
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front j 1, 1.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service" is
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $6. L
ROBERT M. R1EYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGII,
Read the Star Want Ads. 'Itiayj
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