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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 35
TO BREAK OFF
Barely Possible that Before Peace is
Certain an Allied Army May
March to Berlin
Paris, Feb. 7. (By the Associated
Press. The Allied premiers who
met this afternoon as the supreme
interallied war council, profcably will
fixe new terms to be imposed on Ger Germany,
many, Germany, whose tactics of obstruction,
and recrimination are said to have
reached a climax in the threat made
at Weimar by Chancellor Ebert that
Germany would break of negotiations
with the Allies. J V
i HALF THE WORK DONE
Paris, Feb. 7. Substantially one one-half
half one-half the draft of he constitution for
the society of nations has been cov cov-ered
ered cov-ered by the chief conference commis commission
sion commission dealing with this question, it was
officially announced today. In approv approv-in
in approv-in ga number of additional articles of
the draft, the commission reached ac accord,
cord, accord, it is stated, on certain questions
of greatest importance concerning
positive functions of the league."
Paris, Feb. 7. William Allen
White of Emporia, Kansas, and Pro Professor
fessor Professor George Davis Herron have been
appointed American delegates to the
Marmora conference with the Russian
RHINE WILL BE AN AMERICAN
Paris, Feb. 7. American steam steamships
ships steamships are soon to steam up the Rhine,
using Rotterdam as1 a base, according
to information here.
AMERICA APPROVES THE UNION
Paris; Feb. 7. Secretary Lansing
in a statement issued today says the
government of the United States wel welcomes
comes welcomes the union of Croatian, Serbian
and' Slovenian peoples.
GERMAN. CARS, HAVE
AN AFFINITY FOR GAS
Paris, Febj?r-As;;a train on the
Paris-Metx railway entered the tun tunnel
nel tunnel at Nantuil last night two coaches
. recently handed oyer by the Germans
became iilled vi'th;obnoxious. gases
which burstxinto flames as soon as it
came inr contact with fresh air. Five
personx were killed and sixteen in
jured by a train going in the oppo opposite
site opposite direction striking passengers
i leaving the burning coaches.
FANNIE R. GARY SOCIETY
Thursday afternoon Mrs. W. T. j
Gary very graciously opened her
v home to the Fannie R. Gary mission missionary
ary missionary society of the Baptist church and
their friends. Quite a number of
ladies responded, among them being
the wives of the ministers of the city
and a dozen or more winter visitors;
The guests were cordially greeted in
the hall by their hostess, Mrs. Duval
arid Mrs. Wrighton, who assisted in
introducing and seating the guests.
. In the dining room Mrs. R. S. Hall
poured the tea at a daintily appointed
table, centered by a low bowl of red
japonicas and lighted by red, shaded
'j- candles. Mrs. Cobb, Mrs. Seymour,
7 Mrs. Knight, .Mrs. Lslar arid Mrs.
Marsh assisted her in serving the tea,
sandwiches and cakes. 4 After a very
pleasant half -hour over the teacups,
the ladies seated themselves and en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed an informal program.
"Jesus Calls Us" .was sung by eve everyone,
ryone, everyone, and an earnest prayer by Mrs.
Wrighton followed. Mrs. Ira Barnett
sang very sweetly.' Mrs. E. Van, Hood
then gave a most interesting account
.of the recent 'Baptist state convention
ir Tampa. It was a wonderful meet meeting
ing meeting and Mrs. -Hood, who is a rarely
, gifted speaker and deeply interested
ing the work, was very happy in .her
descriptions of the places, persons
and addresses and her report was
thoroughly inspiring. Mrs. J. D.
' Robertson read at her request the ad address
dress address of Mrs. Wambolt, the W. M. U.
, state president, while Mrs. Duval
gave the secretary, Mrs. Peelman's
report and message.
Mrs. Helvenston read a Doem writ-.
ten by Rev. S, B. Rodgers and read
at the convention, "That's Where
V Florida Is." Mrs. Standley led in a
yprayer for the convention work. Mrs.
Haskell, who has spent much ofher
life in China. India and Japan, made
I an appealing little talk on the need
1 of the women of India, while Miss
Hamilton, who is a winter visitor
from Wisconsin, gave a very vivid
picture of the life of a missionary in
Japan, where she herself has labored
for some twenty years. A very beau beautiful
tiful beautiful prayer by Mrs. Carter closed the
""meeting. .. I- - i ' 1 :
The ..missionary society is very
grateful to Mrs. Hood for thelinterT
esting program and to Mrs. Gary for
her charming hospitality.
EO III 01
Proposition by Which the Labor 'In 'Interests
terests 'Interests Hope to Solve the
Washington, Feb. 7. Railroad la labor
bor labor interests today proposed govern government
ment government ownership" and private operation
h y one large corporation, co-operatively
organized and sharing the
nrofits with their pmnloves. as their
solutionof the railway problem. Tes
tifying before the Senate interstate
commerce committee on behalf of the
four leading trainmen's brotherhoods
and other employes' organizations,
Glenn E. Plumb of Chicago, recom
mended that the government acquire
all railroad property at a price fairly
representing a physical valuation for
It was argued this plan provides
cheaper financing, would give stabil
ity of income to the security owners,
promote efficiency of operating thru
sharing profits, remove railroad ope operation
ration operation from .partisan politics, compose
conflicts between federal and state
authorities, keep'rates at a minimum,
eliminate complicatidn in rate sched schedules
ules schedules and provide a means of making
communities benefiting by extensions
pay for them. The corporation would
be subjetc to regulation by the Inter Interstate
state Interstate Commerce Commission.
Aviator Who Killed Quentin Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt Lost His Life a Few
- (Associated; Press
Burlington, Vt., Feb. 7. Christian
Donhauser, the German aviator who
shot down Lieut. Quentin Roosevelt
over the German lines on the western
front, was killedpn January 13, last,
according to word which came from
Ben' B raker, who was stationed at a
flying field in Germany and who
claims to have witnessed the death of
the German. He ; says the latter's
plane became uncontrollable and
plunged to the ground.
STRIKE IN LONDON SETTLED
London, Feb. '7. Satisfactory set settlement,
tlement, settlement, of, the London railway dis dispute
pute dispute has been reached, it was unoffic unofficially
ially unofficially stated last night. It is under understood
stood understood the settlement includes the
tubes and all the London railway sys system.
tem. system. :
SEAPLANES CROSSED THE GULF
Tampa, Feb. 7. Three huge sea seaplanes
planes seaplanes from Pensacola reached here
at .6:10 yesterday evening in charge
of Lieut. J. H. Hawkins. They left
Pensacola at 11:55 yesterday morn morning,
ing, morning, covering about 350 miles, making
one stop at Tarpon Springs. They
left today for Miami to join the
squadron from Hampton Roads fof
Guantanamo, Cuba, to participate in
the 'maneuvers of the Atlantic fleet.
The regular monthly meeting of the
King's Daughters was held at the
residence of Mrs. Bittinger Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon. A number of members
with two visitors were present. After
the preliminary opening, old cases
that had been assisted and new cases
to be investigated were then taken up
and discussed. After which a letter
was read from jthe orphan's home in
Jacksonville thanking the society for
its contributions. A motion was made
and carried that five dollars be sent
to Rev. John Herndon for the Armen Armenian
ian Armenian relief fund. -The care and atten attention
tion attention of the King's Daughters' lot at
the cemetery, names and number
buried, which are six, was discussed.
Also the advisability of erecting a
shaft or monument at the head of the
lot, but owing to the high' price of
material and work it was thought
best to postpone action on this ques question.
tion. question. A coping had already been plac placed
ed placed around the lot at the time the lot
was presented to the King's Daugh Daughters,
ters, Daughters, A vote of thanks was given to
the Presbyterian church for the gift
of -$15. At the adjournment of the
meeting an invitation was extended
by Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe to meet with
herat their next meeting, which was
A new and absolutely, complete line
of Dr. Scholl's foot comfort appli appliances
ances appliances now ready. M. M. Little, Prac Prac-tipedist,
tipedist, Prac-tipedist, at Little's Shoe Parlor, Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank building. 7-tf
' Jonteel Power "Compact." All col colors
ors colors in vanity boxes at Gerig's Drug
. Ladies, if there is any Toilet Article
you are in need of, we have it.- The
Court Pharmacy. 3-tf
BOARD OF TRADE
The Hundred Per Cent Membership
Has Been Secured and Last Night's
3Ieeting was Most Encouraging.
It was gratifying to note the pro progress
gress progress being made in the board of
trade as evidenced by a large increase
ii attendance and interest last eve evening.
ning. evening. The competitive membership teams
have been busy the past two days un under
der under the direction of their captains
Frederick Hocker and Max Israelson.
The boys are running each other a
close race and the increased attend-
ance is evidence of the
they are accomplishing.
Mr.- Welch, the retiring president,
called the meeting to order and stated
that Mr. Duval's requirement of on
hundred members had been complied
with and called on Mr. Duval to take J
the chair. Calls for Mr. Duval in the
chair and a motion to that effect
j brought "desired results.
Mr. Duval on takincr the chair
stated that there were some other
stipulations besides the 100 members
but that he would' preside temporari temporarily,
ly, temporarily, and 'expressed his appreciation of
the confidence of, the members in
electing him as their president.
On Business Lines
Mr. Duval said that if he was pres president
ident president the order of business as laid
down in the by-laws would be strictly
adhered to, as a business organization
without system could not be a suc success.
cess. success. He also pointed out the fact that
the new plan being pursued in regard
f to membership in the present reor
ganization of the. board would make it
necessary to change the by-laws.
In "the regular routine of business
the reports of several important com-
(mittees were given. The special mem
bership committee was unable to give
a complete report on membership as
the campaign is not yet completed.
The committee reported fixing the
membership at 50 cents per month.
No County Exhibit at Tampa
The committee appointed to handle
the question of taking an exhibit to
the Tampa fair and vested with power
to definitely decide the' matter, re
ported that owing to the short time
to gather the exhibit together and. the
difficulty in getting a creditable agri agricultural
cultural agricultural exhibit at this time in the
year gave as its decision that it was
not best to take an exhibit at this!
Will Back Up Rogers-Wilson
The chairman of the committee
stated that he had just learned that
the Rogers-Wilson Realty Company
was contemplating placing an exhibit
at Tampa and the committee recom recommended
mended recommended that the company be given
the moral support of the board of
trade and the county at large in its
Oklawaha Valley Railway
Mr. Welch brought up the matter
of the .Oklawaha Valley railroad and
explained that the reason the meet meeting
ing meeting in regard to same was postponed
was because it was learned that it
was not necessary to decide the mat matter
ter matter definitely at as early a date as at
first supposed, at the time the meet meeting
ing meeting was announced. In the discussion
in regard to the road a number of
points were brought out as to the
value the road might prove to Ocala
of owned by Ocala people. Mr. Car Car-michael
michael Car-michael stated that It would be a sav saving
ing saving bf 33.1-3 in freight rates.
Some members of the board did not
feel absolutely sure that the railroad
commission would permit the reduc reduction,
tion, reduction, and it. was considered wise' to
have the point thoroughly investigat investigates
es investigates It was stated that $30,000 had
been spent on the road during the
past year for upkeep and repairs, all
running expenses paid and a net
profit of $6000 realized. Another im important
portant important point was brought out as to
the passenger service, it being stated
that a number of people from the
north have winter homes along the
line, especially at Fort McCoy, where
the hunting and fishing are good, and
that they as well as the settlers along
the line need and appreciate-the pas passenger
senger passenger service furnished by the road.
In bringing these people to Ocala to
do their trading, the road brings our
merchants many dollars. Thus both
passenger and freight service on the
line could be made an asset to Ocala.
A committee consisting of Messrs.
Welch, Hall, Mclver and Dozier was
appointed to investigate the mattei
and see what the board of trade
might "do to further the interests of
Ocala in connection with this road.,
A committee consisting of Messrs.
Martin, Borland and Rogers was ap appointed
pointed appointed to make a tour of the Dixie
Highway traversing Marion county
on parts of which $65,000 is soon to
be spent. On completing this trip the
committee will confer with the county
commissioners, making such sugges suggestions
tions suggestions and recommendations as they
German Chancellor Speaks Fairly at
the Opening of the National
Assembly at Weimar
Weimar, Thursday, Feb. 6. (By
the Associated Press.) The old order
kj Germany has gone beyond recall
and the people are now determined to
rule themselves, declared Chancellor
Fbert, in calling the national assem assembly
bly assembly to order here this afternoon. He
declared "we will call on the old Ger German
man German spirit of Weimar; we will be an
empire of justice and truth."
GUERILLA WAR IN BREMEN
Berlin, Wednesday, Feb. 5. (By
the Associated Press.) Uninformed
press dispatches from Bremen indi indicate
cate indicate the insurgents are continuing
their guerilla warfare in Bremen not notwithstanding
withstanding notwithstanding the government's claim
that the uprising was quelled Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. The casualties are estimated at
thirty dead and over 100 wounded,
the insurgents being the heaviest
Icsers. The property damage, how however,
ever, however, is slight.
BRAVE FLORIDA BOY
Neal Crocker of Newberry Commend Commended
ed Commended for. Gallantry
Washington, Feb. 7. Secretary
Daniels announced yesterday that he
had commended 28 enlisted men of the
navy, for acts of exceptional bravery.
Among them was Neal D. Crocker, of
Newberry, Fla., of the crew of the
steamer Beatrice, for. efficiency in ac action
tion action and accuracy in firing during an
encounter with a German submarine
November 8th. "
WILSON IS TRYING TO
SETTLE CONFLICTING CLAIMS
. Paris, Feb. 7. President Wilson
consulted yesterday, with M. Trum Trum-bitch,
bitch, Trum-bitch, Jugo-Slav foreign minister, and
then with Italian Premier Orlando.
Indications were an effort is to be
made to aid them to settle their con conflicting
flicting conflicting claims regarding Albania,
Fiume, I stria and Dalmatia, and thus
relieve the supreme council of the
embarrassment of deciding -arbitrarily
upon this issue, which is regard regarded
ed regarded as one of the most serious before
the peace conference.
EFFECT YET UNKNOWN
London, Feb. 7. The effect of the
agreement which ended the strike of
the railways leading into London on
the demands of the employes of omni omnibus
bus omnibus and tram cars is not yet definitely
settled. The secretary of the Vehicle
Workers' Union today, however, said
it appears satisfactory.
NOTICE TO BOY SCOUTS
All scouts be at the library lecture
room at 7:30 Friday, Feb. 7th, in uni uniform."
form." uniform." By order of II. A. Da vies.
Reese Hunnicutt, Scribe.
Gaiter, Feb. 6. Their many friends
will be interested to learn of the ar arrival
rival arrival of a little son to Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Ross Wednesday morning.
It rained so Sunday that we could
rot have our Sunday school meeting.
Mrs. E. L. Redding made a business
trip to Ocala Tuesday.
Miss Johnnie Ross spent Sunday
hvith Miss Alta Stokes.
Mr. R. D. Stokes made a business
trip to Ocala Tuesday. 4
Mr3. Art, Smith and daughter, Miss
Irene, spent Sunday with Mrs. Smith's
sifter, Mrs. J. L. Ross.
Mr. F. W. Ross made a pleasure
tiip to Ocala and Dunnellon Sunday
afternoon, returning Sunday night.
Mr. Geo. O. Turner made a business
trip o Dunnellon Saturday.
may" consider to the county'best in interests.
terests. interests. Meet Next Thursday Night
The meeting adjourned to meet
next Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Please be on time as the meeting will
positively begin at the time appoint appoint-eu.
eu. appoint-eu. No unsightly roughness of skin; no
painful cracking of lips; no peeling
or burning flesh if you use Jergan's
Lotion of Benzoin and Ajmond. The
Court Pharmacy. 3-tf
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye. Ear, Nose and
Throat, Law Library Building, Ocala,
The QUALITIES OF NORRIS'
EXQUISITE CANDIES are unsur unsurpassed.
passed. unsurpassed. The Court Pharmacy. 3-tf ;
Have Made a New Home on the East
Coast but Memory Keeps the Old
One rWar in XVioI r- TTa.rf.
Fort T.nTir?oT-a1o rK tv;
full nature day, done in tones of
mauve and gray, with tints of golden
light, and glints of blue. It is a day
that artists love the best and grouped
about the banyan trees across the
sound and beside the still waters of
New river, easels and brushes have
been busily engaged all morning, for
there are artists of much repute
spending the season here.
A sojourner spending Sunday in Mi Miami
ami Miami attended Trinity Methodist church
especially to hear Dr. J. M. Gross,
formerly of our city. Dr. Gross
preached from the familiar text. "For
God so loved the world that he gave
His, only begotten Son, that whosoever
fcelieveth on Him shall not perish but
have everlasting life." It was a great
sermon, preached by a wonderful man.
For evangelistic, constructive thought
its equal had never been heard north
Dr. Gross is looking unusually well
and is anticipating an early visit from
his little granddaughter, Bettie Har Harris.
ris. Harris. Other former Ocalans in the au audience
dience audience wqre Dr. and Mrs. Fred Bla Bla-lock
lock Bla-lock and two fine little sons, also Miss
Marion Liddy, one of Ocala's popular
school teachers of last winter.
It was also my pleasure to meet
with Mr. and Mrs. Hirsch. Mrs.
Hirsch was formerly Miss Bertie
Kingman, and will be pleasantly remembered-
by many of Ocala's older
citizens. Her sister, Mrs Lottie Cole
and little son, Chambliss Cole, have
recently moved to Jacksonville, Mrs.
Cole being engaged as private steno
grapher in the office of Judge Dodge,
Over on the beach a gentleman of
quiet mien of the old school is Mr.
Frierson, formerly with E. W. Agnew,
Mr. Frierson is in the express office
and likes Miami very much. His son,
William is married and making his
home somewhere in Georgia.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford, Mr.
and Mrs. Thorp, Mr. and Mrs. C. C
Rawls, Mr. and Mrs. Joe' Chailie and
Mr. and -Mrs. J. L Lummus are all
former Marion county folks and pros
perity has followed them I closely.
Handsome homes are theirs and a bus
iness thrift that is unmistakable.
We regretted exceedingly not see seeing
ing seeing a valued friend Mrs. Harry Si-'
mons. Mrs. bimons was formerly
Miss Gertie Peyser and came down
south as a bride only a few months
ago. lier nome is in the Gallant
apartments, beautifully located, over overlooking
looking overlooking Riverside Heights. Mrs. Geo.
J Blitch and son, Hardy Croom, have
arrived in Miami for the remainder
of the winter and have lovely apart
ments "with Mrs. Crow, opposite Mr.
and Mrs. W. I. Evans.
At Buena Vista, Dr. H. C. Howard
and daughter, Miss Mary Howard,
and sons, Dr. Charley and Mr. Hart Hart-well
well Hart-well Howard have a handsome bunga
low home. For the past fortnight they
have been' the guests of Dr. Howard's
eldest son, Mr. Edward Howard and
Mrs. Howard at Auburndale. Dr.
Howard and family do not expect to
gvj to Ocala this year before returning
to their northern home, which infor information
mation information will be received with much re regret
gret regret by their friends jn our county.
Sunday evening. Dr. and Mrs. A. J.
Beck entertained a round dozen
friends at tea, the occasion being
most informal, thereby all the more
Judge Joseph Bell maintains his
well won reputation for hunting and
fishing. Especially is he very fond
cf deep sea fishing and the fruits of
his efforts are greatly enjoyed by his
host of friends.
Mr. Ben Raysor and his genial
smile blew in a day or two since. He
is having a wonderful visit around
Miami and vicinity, as is also Mr. C
V. Miller of Tampa.
Dr. Walter. Hood is the latest pro professional
fessional professional recruit to the Ocala Miami
colony. Dr. Hood is radiantly in glory
but is missing his good wife very
This morning Commodore and Mrs.
Goodwin and their son. Mortimer, of
Chicago, Lake Weir and Eau Gallie,
spent several hours as guests at The
Atom. They were en route to Eau
Gallie in their car from a several
days v motor trip down to the Royal
Palm state park, and were charmed
with all they had seen.
A letter was received this morning
from Mr. Julian Bullock. Mr. Bullock
is now located at Friar, Germany, and
has no idea when he will get home,
lie says he is as -well as can be, but
his section is mighty dull; the only
thing to be had there is the privilege
of catching cold. He says, however,
he is enjoying a feather bed to sleep
in. He says, also, that the German
they have come in contact with are
. Fort Lauderdale is enjoying the
greatest business season ever in its
history. Fortunes are being made eve every
ry every day at the city docks. The real
estate agents are' busy as bees and
ARE HOT SO EASY
TO SHAKE OFF
ng Arms of the Florida Court axe
Reaching Out After the Con Confidence
fidence Confidence Men
Jacksonville, Feb. 7. Six members
uf the alleged confidence gang- recent recently
ly recently arrested near St. Augustine, oa be being
ing being released here on bonds of $5000,
on a chargo of using the mails to de defraud
fraud defraud in counection with alleged wire
tapping operations, were rearrested
by the sheriff of St. Johns county and
taken to St. Augustine, where they
will also face charges.
Soldiers may take v
CHARGE IN SEATTLE
First Streetcar Made an Unmolested
San Francisco, Feb. 7. Maj.-Gen.
John F. Harrison, commanding the
western department of the army, has-'
gone to Seattle to take charge of the
army end of th estrike situation there
and at Tacoma, it was announced to today.
day. today. MADE THE TRIP
Seattle, Feb. 7. A municipal street
car, the first car run here in twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four hours, proceeded on its regular
run today and went through the busi business
ness business districts without experiencing
AIRPLANES PASSED ATLANTA
Atlanta, Feb. 6. Four army air airplanes
planes airplanes which left Columbia, S. C at
7 o'clock this morning en route from
New York to San Diego, passed over
Atlanta' about s 10 o'clock without
making the scheduled stop here.
property is changing hands at a rapid
rate. Old man opportunity wtih his
flowing locks has nothing on modern
times. Old1 and young alike are not
letting the sly old codger run away
A sense of humor is more valuable
for a busy woman than all the latest
inventions for making housekeeping -easy;
the patent "dishwasher, ths self self-feeding
feeding self-feeding and self-shaking range, ths
washing machine, the1 bread mixer
and the egg beater all put together
will not help a body through a morn morning
ing morning so well as the ability to laugh
long and heartily. At one of the
hotels not a thousand miles from
where I am writing is a scion of the
Eritish aristocracy. A few mornings
ago, this important personage touch touched
ed touched a certain well-dressed auburn auburn-haired
haired auburn-haired young man who was lolling in
front of the hotel and saicL "Pardon
me, me dear man, "but could I trouble
you for a match? After lighting his
cigar, he continued: "Bah jove, this is
a remarkable little city. This is my
first visit down south, yer know. I'm
a ducid stranger here, but on the
other side I'm a personage of impor importance.
tance. importance. I am sir Knight of the Gar Garter,
ter, Garter, Knight of the Bath, Knight of the
Double Eagle, Knight of the Golden
Fleece, Knight of the Iron Cross. My
dear man, do you mind telling me
your name and who you are?" Re Replied
plied Replied he of the auburn hair, in a dzep
rich voice: "My name is I'm
night before last, night before that,
last night, to-night and every d
Tomorrow I enter literally upon
pathway between two worlds. It is to
be my pleasure to follow the sunbeam
that leads to the little home of con contentment
tentment contentment which is elegance for me
rather than luxury; where refinement
counts more than fashion and friend friendship
ship friendship counts more than all else in the
world. It will be a joy to think
quietly once again, talk gently and
act frankly and to listen to the birds
sing and the wind whistle. through the
old oak trees that have stood sentinel
about my hearthstone since child childhood,
hood, childhood, and with William Henry Chan Chan-ning
ning Chan-ning I would say: "Back to the eld
home I'm going, where my spiritual
self unbidden and unconsciously may
continue to grow up through the
common with open heart.!
This enchanted land is irresistible
and the charms and beauties of it
beggar description in its every phase.
My visit has been one cf magnificence
and splendor and through the medium
of the Star I have endeavored to
speak briefly of the things of interest
regarding the former home people,
and especially do I appreciate the
honor and fact as well, that beyond a
personal friendship, I have learned
that even tho' they are prospering in
the new land and southern country,
their hearts are "for home. As lambs
wandering from the fold, they cherish
a hope to some day to have accumu accumulated
lated accumulated enough of this world's goods to
enable them to return to the beauties
of old Marion, and there beside the
,( Concluded ca Fourth Fs)-
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1919
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about the same as though a resolu resolution
tion resolution asking the peace conference to
consider the right of the Mexicans in
Texas to self-government .was to pass
the British parliament. It is not only only-improper,
improper, only-improper, but it is favoring the
friends of our enemies against our
BUYING LIBERTY BONDS
4MY SAMMY GIRL-
L. B. Parker, the dramatist, and
W. R. Williams, the song writer, are
responsible for this season's novelty in
the military musical comedy line. It
is called "My Sammy Girl." and will
appear at the Temple Monday eve evening.
ning. evening. The play is the vehicle for
Miss Madeline Lefere, who is a clever
musical comedy actress, singer and
dancer and has a winning mode of
expression that seems to win her au audience
dience audience to her. The comedy is said to
abound in situations that are new and
the manner in which they have been
handled is destined to "make you set
up and take notice." The interpolation
of musical numbers of which there
are nearly a score, is timely, for it
adds spice and life to an otherwise
straight military play. This form of
entertainment seems to be the vogue
Messrs. Kilroy and Britton are the
producers of this new offering, and
they have given it an elaborate
mounting and an exceptionally good
cast and a large singing and dancing
chorus. The first act scene showing a
fortified port in Southern California
at night is one of the most realistic
productions of the scenic painter's
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Electros must be mounted, or oharge
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During the war the Y. M. C. A. dis-
ti United ?1,400,000 worth, of goods to
soldiers free. v
Last year 39,000,000,000 cigarettes
vere produced in the United States
four times as many as seven years
Oyer 10,000 American soldiers have
O" : w A
i neir Drides to this ""country with
A well dressed and groomed and j.
upstanding looking fellow, giving his j
name as C. W. Bartleson, who said he
is in the wholesale grocery business
in Jacksonville, was arrested and
given a hearing here today, on the
charge of selling stocks and bonds
without a license.
This particular person it was who
advertised some days back that he
would appear in town to purchase Lib
erty Bonds of those in' need of cash.
And he did so.
There is a license fee required by
the city of one hundred dollars for
this sort of transaction. Mr. Bartle
son overlooked this little detail. And
ther is a fine for this oversight of an
additional half a hundred. So his bad
memory, or lack of information cost
him just a hundred and fifty dollars
1 he city officials imposed that fine
on hand, and announced that if he
wanted to fight the payment he could
give a bond forhree hundred dollars.
He announced that he would contest
It is rumored about that Bartleson
brought bonds here as low as ninetv
cents on the dollar, whereas the fact
is pointed out that one of the local
banks advertised, when it was an
nounced that Orlando was to enter- j
tain a bond buying visitor, that the
institution would pay the market
value in cash for the securities, which
tnat day was $95.60.
It is thus figured out that some of
the local people have been genteelly
stung. What Bartleson is doing with
the bonds has not been ascertaineds-
Ther are probably Deonle of the
r A j
ame sort snooping around in Marion
county on the same .business. Don't I
sell a liberty ) bond unless you abso
lutely have to, and if you have to ask
the advice of your, bankers about the
price. Private parties goincr around
baying bonds are generally specula
tors,' who are trying to line their own
J JtiL-3 L
Perhaps insisting on the league of
nations ana the biggest navy in the
world at the same time is consistent.
dut tney win have-to show us.
ah excellent write-up of. Silver
. "i"Jsa u ine Deauties OX the UK-
lawaha, as sen on a trip on the Day-
iigni une, appears m a recent issue
ci the Falatka Post.
- War, workers in Seattle. Wash.
shipyards .received as bish as S18 a
day, while war wages of the best
wo rumen m the Belfast, Ireland, ship
yards ,was about ?17 a week.
Yukio; Ozaki, former minister of
justice, of Japan, predicts that the
colored races will some day demand
the same treatment as tjie whites,
and the, next war will be a color-line
Horace Fletcher, the noted advo.
cate of thorough mastication of food.
aiea; m: vppenhagen recently of bron bronchitis,
chitis, bronchitis, aged seventy. Chauncey M.
Depew has' lived to be eighty-four
. vitnoujc "i ietcherizing." ; :
Tampa Tribune says Marion coun
ty farmers, needn't fear Egyptian cot-!
ton. li the Tnb. had lost as much
money as Marion county has in con
sequence of that same Egyptian cot
ton, it would be quite scared of it.
Every returning Canadian soldier
gets- ?o in cash when he boards ship
for home, and $5 more when he lands.
This is deducted from his pay. Many
American troops have been brought
back, even the wounded, without a
Editor Star: If the Question isn't
improper, why -should Mrs. Roosevelt
receive $5000 a year, while there are
si; many poor widows and ornhans" in
our county, who would be glad of $10
or $15 a month to heln keeD the wolf
irom the door?. There seems, to be a
misdeal somewhere. Why can't all
share a little instead of a few getting
the whole pie? - v ;
A Friend and 'Well Wisher.
There are a cfl-eat many widows in
the United States who are drawing
pensions of ten or fifteen dollars a
month, and, generally more, because
ot services rendered by their hus
bands to the country. Mrs. Roosevelt:
has been given a pension only in bro-
portion to the value her ; late hus-
band s life was to America.
To release men for the army a 16-
year-old Utah girl last year plowed
and cultivated ; 60 acres of wheat and
beets, took care of 'the irrigation
gates on the farm, did the family
bakmgi raised 100 chickens, canned
660 quarts of fruit and vegetables and
in spare moments knitted socks and
sweaters for the soldiers. When she
went back to high school to i prepare
for ; college, she was decorated 'by. the
department of agriculture with the
medal of the four-leaf clover usually
awarded for four years of distinguish
An- American soldier, who captured
a, group of German prisoners single single-handed
handed single-handed in a fight in France, found
that one of them was a former neiarh
bor of his in Ohio, who had visited
Germahy'in1914, and been drafted in
the German army,
The Manufacturers Leaerue of Sax
ony charges that manufacturers of
allied countries, particularly Amer America,
ica, America, have learned ( how to produce
cheaply and are sellinsr machines.
formerly Germany's main article of
export, at half the German price.
Florida-, farmers who planted castor
beans, to furnish oil -for government
airplanes, will lose a great deal of
money, the government, in conse conse-quence
quence conse-quence of the close of the war, hav
ing abandoned the contracts. Sena
tor F letcher is trying to obtain some
relief for them.
By a copy of the Teachers' College
Bulletin of Columbia Uhiversity, we
see that Miss Margaret Taylor of
this city is on the program of. the an annual
nual annual reunion and conferences of the
Alumni Association, to be held Feb.
21-22.-Miss Taylor is the helping
teacher of Warren county, N J., and
her subject is "The Logical Attitude
Toward the County. Projects of
If that resolution expressing the
hone that the neace conference would
"favorably consider the claims of Ire-1
land to the .Tight of self-determina- f
tion," passes the House, it would be
Last year's revenue bill taxed the
movies about as heavy as the traffic
could, bear. The present bill increases
the tax. The result will be- that the
movies will go up in price, manypeo.
pie won't be able to pa v thet-admission
and consequentlyLthousands; of picture:
houses will close, causing, the people
to lose this amusement and the irov-
vixiuicxib w lust; -t its revenue.
A. E. GERIG
p Ocala, Florida
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OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1S19
Ocala High School Department
Class roll: Leonard Wesson, presi president;
dent; president; Loureen Spencer, secretary; Al Allen
len Allen Hollinrake, Tom Wallis, Ruth
Simmons, Marguerite Edwards, Fan Fannie
nie Fannie Carlisle, arah Herndon, Mayme
Smedley, Cevie Roberts, Mamie Hen Henderson.
derson. Henderson. ; .. '' ;
Among the numerous attractions is
i one-act comedy "The Pious Parson
and the Awful Actress', by a noto notorious;
rious; notorious; high school author.
- Dramatic personnel: Rev. Abraham
Jackson Pringle, a noted minuter,
Fred Winer; Miss Bara Burnheart
Jones, a noted actress, Callie GissenT
Curtain rises showing Rev. Pringle
vainly trying to convert Miss jf ones,
who he thinks a heathen, altho he is
deeply in love with her.
Parson: You say you have read the
Bible. Well then how do you like it?
Actress: Oh, it ended just like all
the other books. They got married at
last and livedt happily ever after. But
really, I am very religious. I attend attended
ed attended your church last Sunday. While
we were reading the 23rd Psalm one
deaf old lady was walking beside the
still waters while the rest of us were
still lying down in the green pastures.
I bet I know more about the Bible
than you do. Who was the first man?
P.: Why, Adam, of course. ;
A. : Wrong. It was Joshua the son
of Nun (none). When is bill first men mentioned
tioned mentioned in the Bible?
A. : When Noah sent out the dov
and it brought the green back. Why
did the whale throw up Jonah?
P.: Why, really )
A.: Because you can't keep a good
man down. But I really think that
whale story is all hunk.
P.: When I go to heaven Pll ask
-him. ;vl ''.s.j. s
A.: But if he is not there? y
P.:, Then you can ask him. After After-all
all After-all Biblical people were a lot like us
moderns. The thirty-five cent hair haircuts
cuts haircuts drove Sampson to home talent.
And look what it did for him. r 'Sunday
school is a great thing; here is a boy
and there is a girl. What will they.be
when they grow up?
A.: Sweethearts., f
P.: I always do the best-1 can in the
world. I made seven hearts happy to today.
day. today. I married three couples.
A.: That makes only six.
P.: You do not think I did it for
nothing do you ? We had a swell
wedding feast. They served pigs feet,
but it made me awful sick. You cani
guess what the doctor gave me. It
relieved me right away.
P.: Allen's foot ease. The newly newly-weds
weds newly-weds are all taking their honeymoons
in large foreign cities.
P.: Zuber, Pedro and Santos. I al always
ways always thought you belonged to a
Christian f amilyi Didn't your father
live in fear'of the Lord?
A.: r think he did; anyway, he al always
ways always carried a gun when he went out
on Sunday. His favorite text was
I A.: John says, "I go fishing." You
didn't know I have a brother in the
army, did you ? -;--
Pj No. I suppose he kneels beside
his bed every night and seeks guid guidance
ance guidance from above. v
A.: No; he has a top bunk. He is
officer of the day and so ne aoesn x,
have to be out at night. He is somw
soldier. He was promoted from a pri private
vate private to a field iriarshal in only ; two
, P.: To a field marshal ins two
A.: Did I say field marshal? Well
it may have been courtmartial. I am
going to give a party in a few. days.
What do you think of this, scheme of
decoration; holly leaves and laurel?
P.: Why to be frank I would rather
have mistletoe over you. Dearest,
I'm afraid I can never convert you?
but just the same, won't you become
my wife? .
A.: Will you be good to me and let
me have everything my way?
P. ; Yes, dearest,1 everything you say
A. : Are you sure everything I say
goes? : ;f;
A,; Abraham Jackson Pringle.
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(Censored by the National Purity
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Exit parson. Curtain.
Note: This is not meant to be sac sac-riligeous.
riligeous. sac-riligeous. This note is for the more
Tom: "Miss Conibear, please let us
come in and dance.- I'll give you a
Miss C: "I am not that cheap."
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Mr. Cassels has .returned to his
post after a week's illness. ;
Miss Porter was missed by all last j
weeK. 5 njfv"vs,
ever, now that she is back.
Just south of Florida, my dear,
Piano music fills the seas.
If you go down there you can hear
The big waves, as they pound the
keys. ; :;. j : .-.
And I suppose that sound I hear
Borne upon the ocean gales, , ?
Is just the little fish, my dear, i
A-runninff up and down their scales, j
IN MEMORY OF
How, when and whither have gone
Our privileges revered ?
They've gone that's sure, but we
Just why they disappeared.
Is it because the kindly hearts
Of the higher powers, alas!
Are taking this way to try to share
The burdens of the class ?
Some say they've heard 'twas told as
That in the midnifht hours
These powers that be in secret slew I
Ana Duried our poor powers.
Note : To fully appreciate this bit j
of verse you must see the pathetic j
sketch that accompanies it.
WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF
Marshall, should look pleasant?
Willard forget hi3 dignity?
Kit got in' a hurry?
James could take'. a joke?
Callie happened to come to school?
Fred should sing a solo?
Sarah found she wasn't popular?
"Squad right!" yelled Lieut. Winer
to Company A.
"Is that all you know?" asked Ad Adjutant
jutant Adjutant McKay. "That is the tenth
time in succession you have given
"No sir," replied Winer, and turn turning
ing turning to his company he yelled:
' Latin is hard, science is hand, math
is hard. Almost everything worth
learning is hard. But harder still is
the head that can't get it by hard
work. Moral: Study hard. Note:
There's a reason exams are about
two weeks off.
FIFTH GRADE "A'
. Those making a& average above 90
for this, month are: James Hardee,
India Smith, Margaret Dalzell, Maude
Gary, Evelyn Hill. C?
In school Evelyn Hill is a very good
m girl, v v
She never says a word and cannot be
- heard. v
We are sorry to hear tha't our
friend, Natalie Minshall is sick and
cannot come to school, as we miss her
We are glad to have Eva Burton,
from Jamestown, N. D., in our grade.
She has made many friends in Ocala.
Margaret Dalzell makes the highest
grade in the class for the girls, and
James Hardee makes the highest
marks for the boys. ; '
t Once there was a little girl named
Helen. A gentleman came down the
street one day and said, "Hello, little
girl, is your name Helen?"
"Yes," she "said, "but how did you
know my name?"
He said, "Why it's on your face.
,H is for your hair, E is for your eyes,
S is for your lips, E is for your ears,
N is for your ijse. No w, don't you
see how I elarned your name ?
Roy Newman spent last week-end
in Tampa. j
G. L. Meffert hurt his back on the
new ladder the boys have. He could
not walk home from school.
: Kenneth ,Wurts received the sad
news that his brother died in Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky Tuesday. He withhis parents
left as soon as possible fortneir for
mer. home. The grade deeply sympa sympathizes
thizes sympathizes with their classmate.
FIFTH GRADE "B
The honor roll is as follows: Louise
Clements, Dalzelle Pasteur, Pinckney
Clements, Ida Mae Richards, Martha
Rivers, Alice Roller, Edward Dorsey,
Tiny Finley, one of the members of
our class, has been operated upon for
appendicitis. We are glad to say he
is getting along nicely.
We are now practicing on our pro program
gram program for our literary society meeting
next week. The program 'will be
chiefly concerning Lincoln.
SEVENTH GRADE "B"
At present we have twelve boys
and fifteen girls in regular attend
ance in our class.
We are sdrry to report Margaret
Gerig and Juanita Lytle on the sick
list.' We miss them very much.
Pupils who have neither been ab absent
sent absent or tardy this term are Karl and
Elton Henderly, Harrington Hall,
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H Ww S : LIQUIDS AIID PASTES FOI? ClACC.pf!:
I H I pl V 1 J CI-BLCOD SHOES. kU t 'I V
- till I lillfil 11 1! 1 1 IlllM rn? 1 1 1 11 1 1 ii ililliiliil 1
Nettie Mathews, Mabel Priest and
Susie Mae Counts.
Having earned our stars for per perfect
fect perfect attendance and punctuality for
20 days, we had a half holiday Friday.
SEVENTH GRADE "A"
The pupils and teacher of the grade
are glad to have James Borland with
them again, after an absence of more
than two weeks, which was due to a
siege of influenza.
Henry Camp, one of the brightest
boys in our grade, has been out of
school for sometime on account of ill illness.
ness. illness. All are glad that he is getting
better, but sorry that he cannot be in
school any more this term.
Ben Culverhouse led the grade for
the third month with an average of
96 per cent.
Fred LeSeur has returned to school
after a week's absence.
3Iiss Carlisle: James, what does
exacuation mean? .
James B.: I -don't know.
Miss Carlisle: Why don't you know?
I told you to look up the meaning.
James B.: Well, our dictionary-is
so large 'that I couldn't find it in there.
DAILY HEALTH TALKS
Where Most Sickness Begins
BY FRANKLIN DUANE, M. D.
It can be said broadly that most human
Qb begin in the stomach and end in the j
stomach. Good digestion means good
health, and poor digestion means bad
health. The minute your stomach fails to
properly dispose of the food you eat,
troubles begin to crop out in various forms.
Indigestion and dyspepsia are the com commonest
monest commonest forms, but thin, impure blood,
headaches, backaches, pimples, blotches,
dizziness, belching, coated tongue, weak weak-pess,
pess, weak-pess, poor appetite, sleeplessness, coughs,
colds and bronchitis are almost as common.
TLero is but one way to have good health,
and that is to put and Eeep your stomach
in good order. This is easy to do if you'
take Dr. Pierce's Golden "Medical Dis Discovery.,
covery., Discovery., It is a wonderful tonic and blood
purifier, and is so safe to, take, for it is
made of roots and herbs. Dr. Pierce, of
Buffalo, N. Y., stands behind this standard
medicine, and it is good to know that so
distinguished a physician is proud to have
his name identified with it. When you
take Golden Medical Discovery, you are
getting the benefit of the experience of a
doctor whose reputation goes all around
the earth. Still more, you get a temper temperance
ance temperance medicine that contains not a drop of
alcohol or narcotic of any kind. Lone ago
Dr. Pierce combined certain, valuable i
vegetable ingredients- without the use of
alcohol so that these remedies always
have been strictly temperance medicines.
li piles are torturing you, get and use
Pierce's Anodyne Pile Ointment. The
quick relief it gives is hard to believe until
you try.it. If constipated; Dr. Pierce's Pierce's-Pleasant
Pleasant Pierce's-Pleasant Pellets should be taken while
using Anodyne Pile Ointment, Few in indeed
deed indeed are the cases which these splendid
remedies will not relieve and usually over overcome.
come. overcome. They are so good that nearly
very drug store ha3 them tex sal.
We do not believe it would be pos
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 influenzai
A man who works a large force of
men came to our office several days
ago and told us he had twenty-fie
men taken with this malady in one
day. He immediately distributed an
amply supply of No. 101 Tonic among
hem and ther was not a fatality in
the twenty-five. x
The formula by which thi3 Tonic is
made is given to the public, so it can
not be listed as a secret nostrum. It
contains Iron, which is for the blood;
Quinine, whichis deadly to the influ influenza
enza influenza germ, and v Magnesia, which
thoroughly opens the bowels. Sold
throughout the South by wholesale
and retail druggists and drug dealers.
THE 6. 0. WILLIAMS CO.
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.
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Mr. Whit Palmer returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from a business trip to the
southern, part of the state.
An excellent assortment of Writ Writing
ing Writing Tablets. Come in and see the
line. Gerig's Drug Store. tf
The Star is feorry to hear of the in indisposition
disposition indisposition of Rev. Kirkby and hopes
that it will be of short duration.
Miss Mary Willis of Crystal River,
U the guest of Mrs. W. W. Clyatt.
Miss Willis expects to return homf
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
An officers, teachers and social ser service
vice service meeting will be held at the resi residence
dence residence of D. W. Tompkins this eve evening,
ning, evening, Friday, at 7:30 o'clock.
Among the names of the wounded,
degree undetermined, in Thursday's
casualty list, was that of Private Jo Joseph
seph Joseph J. Weaver; next of kin, Tom
Griggs, Oklawaha, Fla.
A new shiDment in smart stvles in
sport, street and dress hats just "re-!
ceived at the Affleck Millinery Par-!
lor, south side Ocala House block, tf
Miss Louise Spencer, who has been
the guest of Mrs. W.-A. Goin of Eus-j
tis, returned home Wednesday. Miss I
Spencer was the recipient of many I
pleasant social attentions during herj
Miss Eupha King of Dunnellon is
expected today to be the guest of Mrs.
Arthur" Davies. Miss "King has been
in Washington since last spring do-1
ing clerical. work for the governmen
and has just returned home. '
Don't forget to get our, prices on'
wax and green bean seed, garden peas
and all other seed. Ocala Seed Store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
We regret to hear .of the illness of
Mr. Harry Palmer, who "was taken toj
a hospital in Tampa. Mr. Palmer had i
been sick with influenza, but was up :
and around and had even been to
Ocala since his sickness, but was
taken with a relapse.
Dr. C. W. Moremen, tfentaliurgecn.
Commercial Bank building. OfUce
phone 211. Residence phone 203.
Ocala, Fla. tf
A phone message was received late
last evening from Tampa by Mrs.
Mamie Howse Stovall, announcing the
sudden death of Mr. IL L. Knight of
Tampa, father of Mrs. W. O. Stovall.
Mr. Knight was taken ill with influ influenza
enza influenza Tuesday, which developed into
heart trouble and his death followed.
Write to your friends on the best
stationery that you can secure. And
the best can always.be secured at the
Ccurt Pharmacy. 3-tf
.:Wrs. H. C. Packham. district presi president
dent president of the W. C. T..U who went to
Eelleview Monday to attend the dis district
trict district convention, has ; returned. She
reports a very good attendance and a
profitable meeting. Miss Minnie Neal
of Jacksonville, state president of the
W. C. T. was the principal aepaker
cf the occasion.
Another shipment of Lord Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore paper and envelopes in. Come
and get a supply. Gerig's Drug
Store. k tf
Mrs. Calvin West a her home on
Lake Weir avenue very delightfully
entertained the members of the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Missionary Society and Y.W. A.
on .Thursday afternoon. There was a
splendid attendance and the business
meeting was a" very successful one.
Assisted by Mrs. Elliott, Mrs. West
served her guests Jto a dainty course
of hot 'chocolate and cakes. In evry
respect the afternoon with Mrs. West
was a most charming one. :
HAMS AND SHOULDERS
: We have a limited number of ham
and shoulders that we will sell for
cash at 35c. per pound -for the hams
and 30c per pound for the shoulders,
at our factory.
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2 Properly fitted glasses
' are a powerful factor
in miking you feel young.
Dr.,K. J. Weihe
With Weihe Co- Jewelers. Ocala. Fla.
NORRIS the candy supreme. Sold
by the Court Pharmacy. 3-tf
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Careful Estimates mad a on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives Here and Better
Work for the Honey than any ether
contractor In the city.
Drop in and see the Jonteel Rouge.
Three colors. Gerig's Drug Store, tf
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1919
MANY FROM MARION
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FOR THE WEEK
Today: Carlyle Blackwell and Eve Evelyn
lyn Evelyn Greely in "Love in a Hurry."
Saturday: Monroe Salisbury in
"Hugon the Mighty."
Monday: "My Sammy Girl."
1 Overland Net -Tires $250
1 Chevrolet New Tires $450
1 Ford Roadster v $250
1 4 Buick 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
Liif o Sales Co.
PHONE ''348 ;
(Concluded from First Page).
still waters of peace spend their de declining
clining declining years surrounded by all that
hearts hold dear, and at Irfst rest un under
der under the shade of the trees they have
loved through all their days, their
ashes to mingle with the silver sands
that glisten in the sunlight and the
starlight with an unrivaled purity in in-compaarble.
compaarble. in-compaarble. I hope Ocala is keeping abreast in
raising the 'flags for the re-employed
returned soldier and sailor boys. It
is one thing that every firm should
take an especial pride in.
Through the thoughtfulness of Mrs.
Emily Green, I have received one doz dozen
en dozen of the leaflets issued by the hos hospitality
pitality hospitality committee of the Woman's
Club, as a means of advertising the
beauties of our little city anl Silver
Springs. It -shall be a duty as well
as a pleasure to distribute these leaf leaflets,
lets, leaflets, especially to the auto parties
daily resting in Fort Lauderdale's
free auto camping ground on the
Dixie Highway, and also attend per personally
sonally personally to distributing a few to the
owners of the many palatial private
yachts that run intd the city via New
river. In some mysterious manner
the problem of the "loaves and fishes
must be reproduced. I could put to
use a thousand leaflets .as easily as
the wee little dozen, but will manage
somehow, using the progressive read
ing system and passing, them on.
v" V Miss Nan.
I Mr. William Hocker has gone
not bpnngs lor a short stay.
Head Trimmer of the
Affleck Millinery Parlor
is now in the markets studying
with wonderful inspiration, the
great numbers of designs, materi materials,
als, materials, colors and the various motifs
in garniture all being exquisitely?
combined in making the Victory
Chapeaux most 'attractive and al alluring.
luring. alluring. The Ocala House Block.
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Dried Salt Mullet
Pickled Sal mon
Deviled Crab Meat
Mexican Frijoles with Con Chili Gravy
Spaghetti and Chili with Cheese v ;
Rice with Chili and Meat
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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 your prac practical
tical practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a little hit it may sulk on you all the
remainder of the season.
OCALA ICE AMD PACKING COMPANY
Bought and Sold
We Fay fiie Hlgnes t CashpPrices.
WriSe for Prices to
TAMPA BAG COMPANY
POSTOFFICE BOX 592 Long Distance Phone 4475
Rev. J. R. Herndon returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a very pleasant visit to
Sheffield, Ala., and vicinity.
A new shipment of Dr. Edison's
Cushion Sole and "Ezall" Arch Pro Protecting
tecting Protecting Shoes for ladies just received
at the Little Shoe Parlor. 7-tf
Mr Ira Beck of Gainesville is here
on a visit to his father, Mr. J. L.
Beck, one of the highly respected old
citizens of Fellowship.
We purchase writing fabrics with a
view, to providing our customers with
that which is best, economical and
proper. The Court Pharmacy. 3-tf
Tickets for that bright and lively
musical comedy, "My Sammy Girl,
which comes to the Temple next Mon Monday
day Monday night, are now on sale at the
The Ocala Iron Works garage yes' yes'-terday
terday yes'-terday sold another of its v Chevrolet
cars to W. H. Swartz of Dunnellon.
There are now a number of Chevro Chevro-lets
lets Chevro-lets in the Dunnellon section.
"The Fashion CcefeF,,
Liggett's Chocolate Cowered Whole
Brazil Nuts are always good. Gerig's
J Drug Store. tf
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Felton. who
have been visiting Dr. E. G. Peek and
family, have gone to Oldtown for a
short visit to Mr. Felton's mother.
They will return to Ocala next week.
. The members of Conpany A. Coun County
ty County .Guards, are requested to mee at
the armory this evening at 8 o'clock.
All required to bring tin cups in ad addition
dition addition to their usual equipment. It
is understood that the company is to
perfect itself in trencher drill.
Elsie Ferguson well presented the
leading role in the Ibsen story, "A
Doll's, House," at the Temple last
night. A good picture with a good
lesson to it. Tonight Carlyle Black Black-well
well Black-well and Evelyn Greely will appear
in "Love in 'a Hurry." Also," Mutt and
Jeff will appear i something else.
Jergan's Lotion of Benzoin and All
mond preservesthe skin and complex complexion;
ion; complexion; healing, soothing and whitening.
The Court Pharmacy. 3-tf
At the home of the bride at Ken Ken-drick
drick Ken-drick last night. Miss Clara Sims
was married to Mr. David. Cook.
County Judge Smith performed the
ceremony, which was largely attend attended
ed attended by friends of the young couple. Mr.
and Mrs. CookL left "this morning in
their car for Miami, where they will
make their home.
Just arrived, another large ship shipment
ment shipment of Nunnally's, "The Candy of
the South." Always fresh at Gerig's
Drug tSoreJ : tf
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Mrs. F. T. Schreiber entertained
this afternoon in honor of Mrs. Black,
the guest of Mrs. Ford and Mrs.
Wolf, the guest of Mrs A. E. Gerig.
Those enjoying .the afternoon at
bridge were Mrs. Abner Black and
Mrs. Wolf, Mrs. Ax, lIrs. George
Robinson, Mrs. Mills-Price, ftlrs.
Hickman, Mrs. L. R. Chazal, Mrs. C.
L. Gamsby, Mrs. A. E. Gerig, Mrs. J.
J. Gerig, Mrs. Clarence Camp. Mrs.
Ketchum, Mrs. Logan. Mrs. Charles
Lloyd, Mrs. Ernest Crook, Miss Emily
Stotesbury, Miss Abbie Munroe, Mrs.
Emily Green, Miss Minnie. .Gamsby
and Miss Frazier. Mrs. C. A. Ford,
Mrs. Frank Drake, Mrs. Stephen Jew Jew-ett
ett Jew-ett and Miss Kirkby were, asked to
comejater hi the afternoon to meet
the guests' of honor,
l0 Inch wide Sea Island Umbleachcd Sheeting Worth reg-
ular 28 cents a yard (Limit 10 yards to a customer) Special . HoS
l Tf Qfll Hcavy quality Pillow Cases, Hemmed ready cp
cJPHi? for use. Regular value 45c each, Special .....
lake; also 40 acres, some fruit and
pecan trees, offered cheap to close an
estate- Address, Estate, care the
Evenfng Star. it
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, 316 Fort King
WANTED A family on farm at
Lake Kerr; 60 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 & Sons, Atlanta, Ga. 9t
1 OR SALE SmalJ smart sawmill
complete, or parts, all in excellent
condition.. One 80 H. P. Atlas high
pressure boiler, one 40 H. P. Farqu Farqu-haV
haV Farqu-haV engine, one 25 IL'P. Erie City en engine,
gine, engine, 40 ft. carriage complete, one" No.
2 Soule steam feed, one edger, one
Perkins shingle machine, two log
carts. Nathan Mayo, Summerfield,
F!a. ' 7-6t
RAGS WANTED Will pay 5 cents
a pound for well laundered bed and
table linen rags, or other large arti articles,
cles, articles, if brought in on or before Feb.
10th. The Star. 7-2t
LOST Bunch of keys on Iring, en enclosed
closed enclosed in leather case.. Supposed, to
have been lost on Fort King avenue.
Return to Star office and receive re reward.
ward. reward. 7-3f;
FOR RENT Rooms suitable for bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms or light housekeeping. Address
Box 257. Ocala. 3-6t
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.
V.'Si ;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
NOTICE of ANIMALS IMPOUNDED
Eo Co JIOMIDAM & CO.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
AUTO 'HEARSE SERVICE
Vie deliver caskets free anywhere in the county.
Calls promptly answ ered night or day.
WILBUR C. SMITH SAM R. PYLES. JR.
LICENSED EMBALMERS. :
Day Phone 10 ) Night phones 225 and 423 2
To Whoni it May Concern:
This is to certify that I have this
Lday placed in the city pound the fol
lowing described animals, "which have
been found running at large within
the corporate limits of the city of
Ocala, contrary to the ordinances of
One cream cow, one red cow, one
brown heifer, one red calf, one pided
steer ci op one ear three splits other.
The owners thereof or their agents,
and all whom it may concern, are
hereby notified that if the animals are
reby notified that if the animal is
no claimed and all expenses cf tak taking
ing taking and impounding thereof are not
paid within three days from date
hereof, to-wit: on the 9th day of Feb February,
ruary, February, 1919, I will sell the same to
the highest and besl bidder, said sale
to take place between the hours of 11
a. m. and 3 p. m. on said day at the
city pound in Ocala, Florida.
? S. C. M. Thomas,
Marshal City of Ocala.
C. A. Holloway, Impounder. lt
S E E. O- S I
We are iiiw ready to offer BEAN SEED,
Wadwell and Davis Kidney Wax per bu. $14:
Valentine and other green beans per bu. $13.
Also have Fresh Peas, Water Melon, Canta Cantaloupe,
loupe, Cantaloupe, Cucumber and other seeds.
OCALA SEED STORE
THE WHMJ)Oj& MOTSE
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none.
RATES From 110 per day per person to $6."
ROBERT RL MEYER,
J. E. -KAVANAUGHt
Progressive business men are reoreented In our advertising -columns.
Big Plate of
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FOR SALE Five-acre farm in North
Ocala, comprising five-room cottage,
horse and buggy, wagon, twelve hogs
and one Jersey cow. Apply to G. W.
Stephens, Ocala. 6-6t
FOR RENT Well furnished bunga bungalow,
low, bungalow, five rooms and bath; good neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. Will rent for two months.
See L. M.. Murray, Holder block,
I OR SAIiE:ourteen acres. 10 acres
in grove; 1800 boxes of fruit this sea season;
son; season; fine home overlooking a pretty
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