The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
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Weather Forecast: Fair tonight,
warmer central and south portions;
Thursday fair except rain northwest
portion, warmer south portion.
VOL. 26, NO. 39







Wilson Will Leave Brest on the 16th
''i'f for a Brief Trip to
" f
(Associated Press)
London, Feb. 12. President Wil Wil-yson
yson Wil-yson will sail from Brest for New
York February 16, according to Reu Reu-Jters'
Jters' Reu-Jters' Paris correspondent.

(Associated Press) r
Washington, Feb." 12. 1"he appoint appointment
ment appointment of the "United States Liquida Liquidation
tion Liquidation Commission" of the war depart depart-men
men depart-men to liquidate the business and fi financial
nancial financial affairs of the army in Eng England
land England and France, was announced to today.
day. today. Edwin B. Parker, of. Houston,
Texas, is chairman.
Mr. L. R. Chazal has received the
following letter, which explains it itself:
self: itself: '' ; ; J-
Atlanta, Feb. 7, 1919.
Dear Sir: The Radcliffe Chautauqua
circuit which comes to Mcintosh next
week is to offer as one of its numbers
a lecture by two Red Cross nurses,
Miss Mai tby and "Miss Bemv accred accredited
ited accredited representatives of the depart department
ment department of nursing of the American Red
Cross, and as this is the keynote of
the future Red Cross program, we are
particularly desirous of obtaining as
widespread publicity as possible foi
the meeting. The ladies visit Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh February 24. i ;
Yours truly, Wm. A. Ellis,
Director Publicity, Southern Division
of the American Red Cross.
The Augusta, Ga., Chronicle is .a
very conservative old paper, and
when it praises a book or a play it
puts the hallmark of merit on it. .The
Chronicle says of Pom Pom, the bril brilliant
liant brilliant comic opera, which will be at
the Temple next Wednesday night:
Some critic has said that if you tell
him the name of the producer of the
show, he will know exactly what to
say. This applies to any production
sent out by Henry W. Savage. One of
his productions always means a largw
company, well-known artists in the
leading roles, a good looking chorus
that cpn dance and sing, and an at attention
tention attention to detail that ensures the suc success
cess success of the production. All of which
means that "Pom-Pom," even without
Mitzi, was a most enjoyable perform performance
ance performance at the Grand last night.
Many people have thought that
Mitzi made the entire success of
"Pom-Pom," when it was here lasv
year, but they realized that beside the
star part there is a great deal that is
charming in this comic opera. The
music is good, and was well interpret interpreted
ed interpreted by a large orchestra the lines are
very clever and the comedy work of
W. J. McCarty as Policeman No. 13,
was of the very highest class. It
would be impossible for any man liv living
ing living to make more of the part than he
does. ' v :.; r '"".r"--.:
But after all it is Pom Pom, who is
most important, and Edith -Thayer,
who has only taken Dorothy Webb's
part during the past week, made a
most delightful impression. She is an
"extremely clever little actress, she has
a clear, birdlike soprano that she
uses beautifully, and has that most
important of all gifts for a theatrical
star a personality that appeals to
everyone in the audience and a win winsome
some winsome charm that delights. It is really
a wonderful piece of work to be able
so quickly to take as exacting role
as "Pom-Pom" and make the perfect
success she does throughout.
She was on the stage almost the
entire time and few light opera stars
could have measured up so well to the
.requirements of the part. Miss Thay Thayer,
er, Thayer, was last seen here in "Firefly but
is even more charming as "Pom-Pom,"
the champion pickpocket of theworld.
Our old friend Thomas Walsh was
again cast for Gfolmus,, the genial
old thief, and made as good an im
pression as -last year.
Betty Weber was very clever, both
as the maid and Gina a thief; she can
both sing and dance.
Altogether "Pom-Pom" is far above
the usual musical comedy one of its
greatest charms is that it is so out of
the ordinary, and the scenes in the
underworld are such a novelty. But
after all the chief charm of "Pom "Pom-Pom"
Pom" "Pom-Pom" is "Pom-Poin" herself. It was
so when Mitzi made the part famous,
and it is just as much so with Edith
Thayer. ,. .. ,-, '?
It is well worth seeing the whole
show is good as Edith Thayer as
"Pom-Pom" as sweet and refreshing
as a breath of spring.


Submitted by Japan for Restoration
of Railway Traffic in
(Associated. Press),
Washington, Feb. 12. Acting Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Polk announced at the state
department today that the United
States now had accepted formally the
proposal of the. Japanese government
in regard to plans for the restoration
of railway traffic in Siberia." ;
Tokio, Monday, Feb. 10. (By the
Associated Press) Ki jure JShedehara,
vice foreign minister of Japan, speak speaking
ing speaking today regarding the publication
of the Chinese treaties with Japan,
said Japan simply called China's at attention
tention attention to the established procedure
according to which j neither govern government
ment government may publish" confidential corres correspondence
pondence correspondence without previously consult consulting
ing consulting the other. He said" that Japan had
no intention of interfering with any
demands or contentions China may
present at the peace conference.
The following letter from Lieut.
W. C. Ray to his mother, Mrs. Wal Walter
ter Walter Ray of Martel, will he; not only
gratifying to all Red Cross workers
but most interesting to all the brave
young soldier's legion of. friends:
'"'; Avreinville, France, Dec. 23.
Dear Mamma: A few lines to you
that you may know Christmas day
will'find me well unless a house falls
on me or something else like that
happens. ;
This time next' year I hope all of
the family can be together-so we can
have a regular 'old fashioned time.
I'm surely missing the hunting and
the eating of the birds, too. But we
are to have a pretty good Christmas
dinner, thinks to the Red Cros3.All
r : i i i i a .i
ox you nqme wno contriDUtea io xne
Ked L-ross iund may feel that every
cent of your; money was put where it
would do the; most good, ft would
have been tough going at times for. us
if they- had no come to our rescue.
We have v been having dreadful
weather for the past week. The rea reason
son reason you have jsd much dry weather is
because all the rain falls over here.
We have drawn : the world's supply
for ten years since IVe been in
Please write me a long letter and
tellme all the. news. And also send
some local patter's. Both are, great
for brightening the life we are living.
Worlds of love to each and every one
of you, from Carl.
February 21st, 19191732-1919
Under the auspices of the- civic
committee of the Ocala Woman's
Clubj Martha Washington and her la ladies
dies ladies will entertain both afternoon and
night at their residence, the club
house, on Friday, February 21st, to
celebrate the 187th anniversary of
George Washington's -birth. In the af afternoon
ternoon afternoon the entertainment will be in
the nature of a card party, from 3 to
6 o'clock. Admission, 25 cents. In
the evening from. 8:30 to 12 o'clock,
Mr. and Mrsv Geoige Washington will
give a colonial ball and everybody is
most cordially invited to attend. It is
optional with the guests whether they
come in costume. Admission to the
dance will be fifty cents.
Tampa, Feb. s12. Entries made by
boys who are members of jthe pig
clubs in South Florida counties will
be among the best-cared for exhibits
in the live stock department of the
South Florida Fair. Feb. 17 to 22. The
fair association has promised to take
care of and feed these entries free,
and has offered special premiums.
Boys pig clubs are doing a great
work in the Florida counties encour encouraging
aging encouraging the movement,, towards bring
ing a better understanding of breed
ing and raising blooded swine, and at
the same time are proving revenue
producers for the lads.
Through arrangements with the
railroads, special rates for exhibits
for the fair have been. made. This is
practically one-way fare, for the
shipped need .only pay the cost of
shipping his entry to Tampa. On
proper certification by the fair asso association
ciation association of bills of lading, the exhibits
displayed at the fair will be shipped
back to point of origin without ex
- Pi
, Fifty leading brands of cigars are
on sale at the Anti-Monopoly- Drug
store. From 5 five cents .to. thirty, cents
each. 10-6t


Curzon Repudiates Idea that Russia is
to be the Object of an
Allied Crusade
t Associated Press)
London, Tuesday, Feb.. 11. Lord
Curzon,, president. of the council, said
today in the house of lords that none
of the Allies is. prepared to invade
Russia to extirpate the Bolsheyiki.
Lord Curzon .said that would. Have
meant 'a new5 European war and the
Princes Island conference was propos
ed instead.
Paris, Feb 12TThe' prospects e
brightening, for. the assembling of at
least, four of the' Russian factions at
the conference to be held at .Princes
Island. These'are expected to include
the government of Ukraine, the gov government
ernment government of Crimea and the Russian
Bolshevik government. .. ...
(Associated Press) .
Montreal Feb. 12. Sir Robert Bor Borden,
den, Borden, Canadian premier, has been, of offered
fered offered the post .of British ambassador
to the United States, according to a
report in newspaper circles in London
received by the Canadian Press, here.
(isociated Press)
Washington, Feb. 12. The cruisers
Pueblo' and Montana and the trans transport
port transport 'La Touraine have sailed from
France with 5000 troops, due in New
York February 21st. The .Puebloas
bringing some of the Forty-first di division,
vision, division, a 'portion of whom will be sent
to Camp Gordon, Atlanta.
- Elegant simplicity and chanhing
cordiality characterized the beautiful
party1 'given by 'Mrs. E. L. Carney
Tueseday' 'afternoon' complimenting
Mrs. A. J. Beck of Fort Lauderdale,
Miss Lois Sample of Pine Haen and
Miss Lettie' Aber of Chester, S. C,
who are the attractive guests of Mr.
and Mrs. S.' T, Sistrunk
For this delightful occasion, Mrs.
Carney had her-home artistically dec decorated.
orated. decorated. Pink roses with graceful
plumosaf erns adorned the several
rooms, where the interesting game of
rook was enjoyed for some time. The
scores' were kept on dainty, hand hand-painted
painted hand-painted cards.
At the conclusion of the games,
Mrs. Carney served a three course
supper, consisting of grapefruit and
nut salad, wafers. Bavarian cream
with gelatin. and whipped cream, hot
coffee and cake. v.
About thirty guests were present
to enjoy' Mrs. Carney's gracious hos
pitality, all of whom were glad to
have, the pleasure of meeting Misses
Abel and Sample and to have the op opportunity
portunity opportunity of being with Mrs. Beck,
who. before her marriage was Miss
Annie Atkinson, one of 'Ocala's most
popular yourig ladies.
A good many Ocala people remem
ber WS. Skidmore, who had a posi
tion in our electric light plant for a
while some years ago. Thru one of
the chances of war time, one of the
tobacco kits that Mr. Walter Ray sent
to France fell into his hands. Mr.
Ray received the following card in
acknowledgement and forwarded
the Star, rightly guessing that it
would be. interesting to a number of
our readers:
Chaumont, France, Jan. 5.
Kind Friend: Just received some
smoJces today from you and strange to
say from good old Florida. I being
from Tampa causes me to appreciate
the smokes all the more. I at one
time was engineer in Ocala at the
light plant. At present I am in
large base hospital here; but hope to
be in God's country by summer, in
the land of sunshine. Many thanks.
Mechanic W. S. Skidmore.
Supply Co. 324th Inf., A. P. O. 791.
Mrs. Rex Todd would like to meet
the members of the education com committee
mittee committee at the Woman's Club Saturday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
The following ladies are members
of the education committee: Mrs. W.
D. Carn, Mrs. G. T. Maughs. Mrs. J
E. Chace, Mrs. George MacKay, Mrs
J, R. Dewey, Mrs. E. A. Osborne
Mrs. J. K.. Dickson, Mrs. George Pas
teur, Mrs,. L. N. Green, Mrs. F. E
Wetherbee,jMrs. E. T. Helvenston
Sirs. Bradford .Webb, Mrs. Willian,
Hocker, Mrs. W. H. Cassels. 2t


An American Clergyman Brings
Grave Charge Against the
Yiddish Element
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 12 The success
of. the Bolshevist movement in Russia
was attributed to aid from the lower
East Side of New York by Rev. C. A.
Simons, former head of the Methodist
Episcopal church in Russia, testifying
today in the Senate propaganda hear hearing.
ing. hearing. The witness said the predomi predominating
nating predominating influence of Bolshevist pro propaganda
paganda propaganda here was the Yiddish element
of the East Side. He explained in that
stating of his views he meant no re reflection
flection reflection upon the Jewish' people in
general. :
Simons said he was having investi investigated
gated investigated the report that the governing
'committee of. the northern commune
in. Petrograd in December last con contained
tained contained only sixteen true Russians, 265
persons from New York and one
American negro.
(Associated Press) -Santiago,
Feb 12. A Chilean fi financial
nancial financial and commircial commission
Will leave here Feb. 27th to spend 15
days in the United States.
fThe stereopticon lecture of Dr.W.
D. Reynolds of Korea, at the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian church last nightwas well at attended
tended attended and greatly enjoyed. Dr. Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds had a splendid machine and th
pictures of Korean scenery and people
were excellent and many of. them
beautiful. After a hymn and prayer
by Rev. Smith Hardin he spoke at
ccnsiderable length -about Korean
scenes, customs and the progress of
Christian missio'ns:.'rtTtf,the comity of
missions Korea is divided. between the
Presbyterians and the Methodists, .the
former occupying the southern half
of the peninsula., In this territory sev
eral Presbyterian churches- are co cooperating
operating cooperating in the conduct of a-single
native church. This native church is
self-governing, self-propagating and
self-supporting. Korean : Christians
have some remarkable characteristics.
such as prayer, self-sacrifice and an
eagerness to know the Bible. It is no
unusual thing to see thousands both
of men and women gathering in lo
calities for ten days of Bible study,
traveling many miles to attend and
taking their provisions with them. At
the conclusion of the address an of offering
fering offering was made amounting to $11.16
for incidental expenses. Rev. W. H.
Wrighton offered the closing prayer
and pronounced the benediction.
The Star has received the following
wedding announcement, which is of
great interest in this city, where the
bride had her home for several years,
and will always 'be most kindly re remembered
membered remembered by the many friends she
"Mr. and Mrs. George Barry Stein
announce ( the marriage of their
daughter, Katherine May, to Fred
enck Fenton Titchener, lieutenant of
infantry, Army of the United States,
on Monday, the twenty-seventh of
January, one thousand nine hundred
and nineteen, Washington, D. C.
Unlike Edgar Allen Poe, we didn't
hear the gentle tapping on our sanc sanctum
tum sanctum door about 10:30 this morning, so
when we started out a little later .we
were surprised to almost step into
what at first we thought was the top
of a Christmas tree. It was a whale
of a head of cabbage, as wide across
the wings of an American eagle. It,
with three rutabagas, each, about the
size of giant Goliath's fist, had been
laid at the door by our friend, J. R.
Durden, as a sample of what they
groy out at the industrial, school. As
our family is helping to watch the
Hun on the Rhine, we turned the
green goods over to the business
manager and linotype operator, and
if theycan obtain credit at one of the
stores for some white bacon the wolf
will stay away from their doors thfc
remainder of the week..
Grand Army Button.
' The Grand Army of the Republic
Jrbnze button, worn by members on
Jhe left lapel of the coat, was adopted
is the result of a motion made at Min Min-lea
lea Min-lea polls in 1884 by Chili W. Hazzard
f Pennsylvania, that the council of
idmlnistration of the G. A. R. be di di-ected
ected di-ected to adopt a design for such" a but but-:on.
:on. but-:on. The design was formally adopted
)y the council and later approved by
he national encampment. 1

Reported Up to Feb. 9 Were Very
Light in Proportion to the
, Forces Engaged
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 12. A cablegram
today from the headquarters of the
American Expeditionary Forces in
France gave the total casualties in the
American forces in Siberia to Feb. 9th
as ten officers and 314 men killed,
died of wounds or disease, wounded
or missing in action. Of these two
officers and 60 men are listed as killed
in action.
(Associated Press)
, New York, Feb. 12. German ships
of approximately 300,000 tons flying
the American flag and furnishing the
United -. States an additional troop
Lcarrying capacity of more than 60,-
000 men a month will be ready to put
to sea during the next five weeks, ac according
cording according to Edward N. Hurley, chair chairman
man chairman of the United States shipping
board, who returned yesterday on the.
transport Leviathan.
.(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 12. A shortage
of negro domestic help in Louisiana
and slight shortages of laborin South
Carolina and Virginia are noted in the
curretn issue of the United States em employment
ployment employment service bulletin issued today.
(Associated" Press) --
Chicago, yFeb. 12. Two more par parties
ties parties of undesirable aliens will be de deported
ported deported sooni local immigration offic officials
ials officials said today. One -party will go via
New York and the other, including
Chinese and Mexicans, via New Ors
. .. (Associated Press)
London, Feb. 12. The conference
of miners -of the Federation of Great
Britain at the meeting at South Port
today, decided against acceptance of
the terms offered by the government.
Seaboard Air Line, Northbound
No. 4: Arrives 1:41 p. m. Departs
1:56 pi m.
No. 16 (Limited): Arrives and de-
departs at 4:07 p. m.
No. 2: Arrives 2:50 a. m. Departs
2:55 a. m.
Seaboard Air Line, Southbound
No. 3: Arrives 3:06 p. m. Departs
3:26 p. m.
No. 15 (Limited): Arrives end de departs
parts departs 5:10 p. m.
No. 1: Arrives 2:45 a. m. Departs
2:50 a. m.
Atlantic Coast Line (Main line)
. No. 10: Arrives and departs 6:42 a.
No. 40: Arrives 2 p. m. Departs
2:20 p. m.
No. 38: Arrives and departs 3:27
a. m.
Atlantic Coast Line (Main Line)
( Southbound
No. 37: Arrives and departs 3:16
a. m.
No. 39: Arrives and departs 3:35
p. m. N
No. 9: Arrives and departs 10:13
p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line Branches, South South-'
' South-' bound
No. 151 V (Sunny Jim)": For Wilcox,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
leaves 7:10 a. m.
No. 35 (Sunny Jim): For Lakeland,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
leaves 7:40 a. m.
No. 141: Daily except Sunday, ar arrives
rives arrives 11:50 a. m. from Wilcox.
No. 49: For Homosassa, leaves 3:25
p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line Branches, North Northbound
bound Northbound No. 48: From Homosassa: Arrives
1:53 p. m.
No. 150 (Sunny Jim): From Wil Wilcox,
cox, Wilcox, Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
arrives 6:45 p.m.
No. 32 (Sunny Jim): From Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, arrives 10:48 p. m.
No. 140: Daily except Sunday,
leaves for Wilcox at 4:45 p. m..
Otlawaha Valley
No. 71 (southbound) :Arrives 1 psa.
No. 72: (northbound): Leaves 3:30
Drop in and see the Jonteel Rouge
Three- colors.' rGerig's prug Store, tf



His All American Car Today "Beat
Bob Bunnan's Best by a Sec Second
ond Second and a Half
(Associated Press)
Daytona, Feb. 12.-VRalpn DePalma,
in an all American car, hung up a new
mile record today when he dashed
over a meaiured mile course on the
beach here in 24.02 seconds, under the
supervision of the American Automo Automobile
bile Automobile Association. The previous record
was made by Bob Burman here in
1911 when he covered a mile in 25.40
Can Secure a Big-League Training
Camp by Some Exenditure
of Energy and Cash
Charlie Hunter has again been try trying
ing trying to induce a big-league baseball
club to train in Ocala. He has been
in correspondence with the manager
of the St. Louis Nationals, who seems
to consider Ocala favorably, and has
received from him the following tele telegram:
gram: telegram: -.St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 10.
C. W. Hunter, President Athletic As Association,
sociation, Association, Ocala, .Fla.: .
Will consider bringing team to ;
Ocala provided you will pay transpor transportation
tation transportation of thirty men from St. Louis to
Ocala and return, you to have all re receipts
ceipts receipts of exhibition games. If inter-
ested wire' quick. Branch Riclfey.
It is hardly necessary for the Star -tv
say it would be a big advertise-
ment for Ocala to have the famous St.
Louis Nationals train here, and woud
bring in cash as well as glory. Mr.
Hunter will bring th,e matter before
the "board of trade tomorrow night.
(Associated Press)
Paris, Feb. 12. King Alfonso of
Spain has definitely decided to visit
South America, according to the
Gaulois. He will go to Buenos Aires,
Monteviedo and Rio Janeiro. The date
of Eis visit is not yet determined.
(Associated Press)
Basel, Switzerland, Feb. 12 The
German national assembly elected
Friederich Ebert president of the
German state by a vote of 277 out of
379 votes a majority of 102.
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 12. Captain Ed Edward
ward Edward V. Richenbacker, "the ace of
aces, of the American air force, was
given an ovation when fhe appeared
yesterday in the gallery of the House
of Representatives to listen to debate
on the naval appropriation bill. Mem Members
bers Members and visitors arose and applauded
for several minutes while the aviator
stood- rigidly at attention.
Arcadia, Feb. 12. Lieut Lowell B.
Bartlett of Rockford, 111.,-was killed
suddenly yesterday when'Tiis machine
crashed to earth. He is said to have
gone up in his machine without tak taking
ing taking breakfast, as usual. The suppo-
sition is that he was seized with
nausea and lost control of his ma machine.
chine. machine. MARION-DUNN aiASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock until further notice.
IL O. Cole, W. IL
Jake Brown, Secretary.
, Ocala Lodge- No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, mets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house oppo opposite
site opposite posted re, east side.
C. W. Hunter, E. R.
E. J. -Crock, Secretary.
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. SM
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock..
Mn. Isabel Wesson, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. on the first
Friday in every month at 7:30 p. m.
i J. A. Bouvier, EL P.
JaW Brown, Secretary.




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but for our readers in general. We I BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

had about forgotten the matter, but ;
Miss Mays is chewing on it yet. She Ocala, Fla., Feb. 4, 1919.

has used up all her space in two is-: The board of public instruction in
sues trying to answer us, and we un-J and for Marion county met in regular
derstand she is working on a third session on the above date in its office
instalment. If we took the trouble to with all members present and acting

dissect her article, she would prob-. a? follows: W. L. Colbert, chairman

ably start m on a six-months serial j C. R. Veal and A. J. Stephens, mem
story- We would mildly advise her to bers, and Supt. J. H. Brinson, secre

fill her space with something con


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time. 25c; three times 50c; six times
V5c; one month $3. Payable in advance.
Legal advertisements at legal rates.
Electros must be mounted, or charge
will be made for mountfng.

In the last issue -of her depart department,
ment, department, Miss Mays, our equal suffrage
editor, writes at some length, of her
ancestors and herself, tells where
they have lived and what they have
done, and then asks of us if we can
"make as good a showing." Perhaps
we can, but we won't." If there is one
thing more than another that stand

ard literature derides, it is the person

who bores his or her hearers or read
ers with talk about ancestors. Pos

sibly, however. Miss Mays-is unaware

of thisras we infer from her effus effusions
ions effusions that her literary researches have
been confined, for several years at

least, to the Hearst magazines. That

paragraph in which she tells about

her folks and herself reminds us of

page out of Laura Jean Libby or

Siwash chief welcoming his guests to

a potlatch. Nay, nay, Miss Mays, you

don't catch an experienced newspaper

person filling' up his space with allus allusions
ions allusions to his folks and himself. He
knows mighty well that his readers

are not interested in either.


H the best cure for bol-

line war revenue bill that Congress
has just passed is so bad that even
Kitchin wants to amend it. V

There will be a meeting of the coun county
ty county commissioners Friday morning to
consider matters of special interest.

Most of the


shows come to

Ocala on prayer-meeting nights, but
that doesn't seem to diminish the at attendance.
tendance. attendance. k;

America needs men like Mayor Ole
Hanson of Seattle, who not only told
the anarchists where they got off but
shoved them off.

Secretary of ; the Treasury Glass
proposes to call the next big loan the
Thanksgiving. Loan. The Victory
Loan will be better. r 1

Today is the birthday anniversary
of Abraham Lincoln, the man who
tried to do for American what Wood-;
row Wilson is trying to do for the
: n
Our opinion of this crook stuff that
is being unloaded on Florida at pres present
ent present is that our state has a mighty
negligent and incompetent set pf po police
lice police officers. .:

Tampa Tribune wants to know

whose fault it is that Marion county
farmers lost" mnnpv on rnttnn Tn.

bune editor should read dispatches in
his own japer.
People who want to make a Jewish
republic of Palestine will probably bt
set back to learn that four-fifths of
the people of that country are Mo Mohammedan
hammedan Mohammedan Arabs.

We refer the following two para

graphs from the Tampa Tribune to

the editor of our equal suffrage de

partment. They will probably keep

her busy for. a while:

"Because Ohio by a tremendous pop popular
ular popular vote decided against the An Anthony
thony Anthony suffrage amendment republican

leaders m that state's senate are try
ing to force the" passage, of a resolu

tion demanding that Ohio senators in

Washington vote for the amendment.

And 'they told us only we back-time

Southern states are opposing this

method of steam rolling.'

"We find the name of the delightful

little suffragettes who came to Flor

ida and made the old editors fall over

themselves for the Anthony amend amendment
ment amendment listed iij 'The Suffragist' as 'na 'national
tional 'national organizers' for the 'National

Woman's Party.' That's the party

which has unblushingly demanded

freedom of, theballot and equality, of

race ir women, black and white."
r i

One trouble about penal institutions
is that those in charge generally view

all visitors, particularly newspaper

men, wjth 4 suspicion and try to pre prevent
vent prevent their seeing things. Sim Blitch
at the state prison farm is different.
He wants the newspaper men to come
and -see what he and his assistants

are doing

When there, are two papers inborn?
A ll t m

town, eiiner one oi uiem snows,
mighty poor taste in criticising the

other's methods of publishing the
news. It's an editor's own business
to select his methods of filling up his
paper, and only the paying subscrib subscribers
ers subscribers of the sheet have a right to crit criticise
icise criticise him.

; The work of adding new names to
the board of trade roster goes stead steadily
ily steadily on. There "are now many "more
than a hundred. The board will hold
a meeting tomorrow night. i
If Mr. Wilson would just tell why
he wants America to. build up such a
bigr navy when the rest of the world
is favoring disarmament, he might
somewhat clear up the situation.
i. .
One wise thing that the Bolsheviki
are doing is to oblige boys and girls
in the public schools to learn to shoot
well with the rifle. In this, they show
more sense than the Americans.

The sultan of Hedjaz, the leader
among the Arabs who are now try trying
ing trying to unite the entire race into one
nation, wants the United States to as
sume the trusteeship for the new
Arabia. It is a flattering request and
one that there is very little reason
should not be granted.
-We are indebted to our friend, G. S.
Wilson, the capable and obliging day
clerk at the Harrington, for a hand handsome
some handsome service pin. A monument should
be erected to the man who thought
of the service star. It is the proudest
decoralion an American stay-at-home
can wear.

A good use to make of one of those
German battleships would be to, load
the interstate commerce commission
and all the state railroad commis commissions
sions commissions on board of it and send it out
in the ocean and let it steam j round
and round and round.

Among the officers on the transport,
President Grant, which is expected to
dock at New York Feb. 20, is Brig Brigadier
adier Brigadier General A. H. Blanding, -who
commanded the Second Florida Infan Infantry
try Infantry on the border and the 184th In Infantry
fantry Infantry Brigade in prance.
When a man indulges in hyperbole,
he is said to be slinging the bull. Con Consequently,
sequently, Consequently, ; the lady who said that the
freedom of twenty million women
hung on' Senator Trammell's vote
might be said to have been slinging
the cow.



(Tune of "Smiles")

Your duty as a jcitizen is greater
than your duty to your church, your
lodge, your club, your union greater
even than that to your family for
the welfare of all depends on your do doing
ing doing your duty as a citizen and doin
it well. : ;

All these attempts to set Ameri Americans
cans Americans against British, French, Italians
and Japanese result from German
propaganda. Six months ago, Hun
sympathizers did not dare to talk ex except
cept except in whispers to each other. Now
they bray in the public places, but
only fools can be influenced by them.
Two or three weeks ago, .we com commented
mented commented on some of the erratic utter utterances
ances utterances of Miss Mays editor of our
woman suffrage department. Our re remarks
marks remarks were not intended for the
benefit of Miss Mays, who it is easy
to confute but impossible to convince,

There .are plays that make us happy,
There are plays that make us blue,
There are plays that make us often
If the actors' all have had the flu.
There are plays that have a silly
That the people wish they'd never
But the play the senior class is giving
Is the play that you ought to see.
- Merris Carroll, St. Petersburg.
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.
4-tf Ocala Ice & Packing Co.


The minutes for the January meet

ings were read and approved.

A tecommendation from the pat

rons of the colored school at York for

the appointment of A. W. Libtand as
supervisor to take the place of J. J.
Calhoun who had moved from the
community and resigned, was present presented
ed presented and he was ordered to be commis


A recommendation was presented
for the appointment of F. H. Miller as

trustee of the Htidtville district in

place of C. L. Strickland deceased and

it was ordered that he be commis

Matter of paying school principals

for time lost by being absent on ac

count oi sicKness was discussed and
it was agreed that where the work
had gone on without employing extra
help these principals should be paid

one-third of regular salary 1 for time

lost during sickness.

resignation oi u. u. vandever as
teacher of the Ebenezer school was

presented and accepted.

Request of Howard Academy to be

allowed to use one of the sewing ma

chines in the Ocala. high school was
presented and the matter left with

the superintendent to adjust.

A communication was presented

from the state high school inspector

giving notice that m future, high
schools would have to run nine months
in order to be accredited as senior

high schools by the Southern Asso
ciation of High Schools.

The superintendent reported that

both J. T., Lewis and J. B. Martin had

paid the interest on their notes held

by the board as treasurer's bondsmen.

The superintendent called attention
to the fact that the .bond interest and

sinking funds of some of the deposi

tories exceeded the amount of bond
given for the security of these funds
and it was ordered that the deposi depositories
tories depositories should be required to take im

mediate steps to furnish ample bonds

to cover all such amounts.

The tax collector's report, was pre presented
sented presented showing collections on levy of
COOCO x om ry l j ...

v-uo.uu, puii taxes ?sx, oona inter interest
est interest and sinking fund for Ocala $453,
Dunnellon $6.78, Citra ,$25.10, and

sub-district funds of $1,145.32.
Messrs. 'Frink and Hiidgens, trus

tees of the Fellowship school, called
and discussed with the board the low
attendance and the' possible necessity
of closing at the expiration of the

county term of six months. It was

agreed that there should -be a meet meeting
ing meeting of the patrons called for Friday

afternoon at the school house at three

o'clock to cdnfer with the trustees and

superintendent as to the best thing to

do. ;

The board adjourned for noon.
Tuesday Afternoon Session

lhe board met with all members

present and acting.

lhe county school collections hav

ing been deposited by the collector in
the Munroe & Chambliss National

Bank, they .were ordered to be trans

ferred to the .Ocala National Bank as

Mr. L. T. Izlar called and asked for

a share in the school insurance busi business
ness business and he was assured of considera consideration
tion consideration when insurance was being taken

or renewed.

The teachers' reports were present

ed and accounts ordeied paid.

The board adjourned for the day.
Wednesday Session
The board met with all present and


Coupon warrant No. 44 held by Miss

Mamie Hudgens for $1000 was due

and it "was renewed for one year.

Coupon warrant No. 45 to Mr. R. A.

Carlton for $500 was due and it was

renewed for one year.

The depository records were pre

sented and checked over and compared

-with warrants paid and returned and

found to be apparently correct.

No further business appearing, the

board adjourned to meet in regular

session Tuesday, March 4 1919.

J. H. Brinson, Superintendent.
An excellent assortment of Writ

ing lablets. Come in and see the

line. Gerig's Drug Store. tf


You' are as big as the
X things you can do no

; bigger.
Is your eyesight "big"

enougu xor you?
Dr. kj. Weihe, -Eyesight
Graduate Optometrist
With Weihe Co., Jewelers, Ocala, Fla.



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"How very tempting you look, fifty fifty-fifty!'"
fifty!'" fifty-fifty!'" '
Eleanor Chase addressed this' re remark
mark remark to the steaming loaves of dark
bread as she carefully removed them
from the oven. Then very critically
she surveyed the results of her morn morning's
ing's morning's laboir three "rye-crated" apple
pies, a dark, plain cake and an old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned Indian pudding, besides the
three loaves of oatmeal bread.
I certainly have made the 'substl 'substl-tutesV
tutesV 'substl-tutesV work to advantage this morn morning
ing morning she laughed. "Now I deserve a
little rest in the cool hammock out
under the trees !"
Eleanor did not realize that she
was tred, but only knew that the
soft, roomy hammock was a decided
contrast to the hot kitchen, where she
had spent a morning wondering and
planning over her cooking.
"Oh, dear," she sighed. wish that
I could do something. I wish that I
were Joan of Arc, or Florence Night Nightingale,
ingale, Nightingale, or my brother V
The galloping of a horse broke the
stillness around her.
With surprise and admiration El Eleanor
eanor Eleanor gazed at the rider. 'Joan of
Arc V she half whispered.
The woman caught the whisper and
"Yes, I am the Joan of Arc of to today.
day. today. V
"What do you mean?" Eleanor
"I "mean that I am trying to do as
much for my country as she did for
hers, but this great 'change will need
every woman in the country In the
army I Do you wanttto Join T
"Of course, but howTT
The rider patted the smooth peck of
the now prancing horse while she an answered
swered answered the questioner.
"The same old story, but a hard one.
If we will conserve the food, our boys
will gladly fight to. the end V
Eleanor's face lighted. "I already
belong to that army, but I will fight
harder than ever!"
The rider smiled as the horse gal galloped
loped galloped away in the distance.
No sooner had they disappeared than
a tall, white-clad nurse stood in their
place. The soft, white costume with
the Red Cross emblem on the arm and
cap seemed very suitable for this
handsome woman with pleasant eyes.
' T am Florence Nightingale and I
heard your wish," she said. s
Eleanor's eyes brightened..
"I am so glac; I want to really do
something. I wish that I could
nurse V
"You can do something," the
stranger answered. "We cannot all
be nurses, any more than we can all
fight; but. those who can and are
over there can do Uttie without money.
You can help more than, you think by
helping to supply their needs.
Before Eleanor could thank this
brave woman she had disappeared,
and a soldier stood In her place. The
once trim uniform was torn and
muddty, but his shoulders, were straight
and his bandaged head erect. In his
eyes there was a new look a look of
manhood and victory.
Eleanor looked with surprise and
Joy Into the face of her brother.
"Dan 1" she cried.
He sat down beside her In the ham hammock
mock hammock and they both looked at the
"service flag."
"So you want a star In that 7 be
asked at last.
She nodded assent.
"Well, little sister, I heard your
wish. I know frow you feel, but you
have a big business to do here. We
will gladly do the fighting If you can

keep things going here. Keep us fel fellows
lows fellows posted on the home news and do

not forget tjs and we wlll do the


She put out her hand to 'smooth his

torn coat, but he was not there! She

was alone In the hammock I Her cries
of "Dan! Dan!" were fruitless.

With a cry she Jumped to her feet

and rubbed her eyes. It haq all been
a dream after all! Yet It was uch a
real dream that she could not for

get it.

When she discovered : the letters to

her brother lying unrnalled on the
polished parlor table she Immediately

started for the little .village post office.

"I wonder what I can do to really

help T she asked herself, as she wan wandered
dered wandered along the quiet road.
T simply cannot do that," she tried

to assure herself. "Why can't someH

one else do It? Now there Is Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy and Bernlce and oh. well, plenty
of others who have more time than L
I really can't," she ended feebly.
The white-clad nurse seemed to be
looking at her accusingly and saying:
"Remember It Is money that they need,
and everyone must help!"
Eleanor deposited the letfers in the
little office and went on up the road.
A stout, yet very energetic man, an an-.
. an-. .vered the. quick ring of the doorbell.
When he saw the caller there his fat
face lighted up with a smile.
"Hello, Eleanor," he shouted cheer cheerfully,
fully, cheerfully, "so you have decided to be chair chairman
man chairman of the canvassers for War Sav Savings
ings Savings stamps for the town?"
"Yes. If you still want me," she an answered.
swered. answered. "Want you? I gues we do. Why we
could not run It successfully without
you. Want you? Why don't you know
that everybody voted for you? You
are very popular, my glrir"
Eleanor smiled as the man contin continued
ued continued to give her praises, for the -dream
people all seemed to say together:
"Good for you. Eleatrl"


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what your car or you should have and
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We are now 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.


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Miss Adele Bittinger, we regret to
say, is quite sick.
) Mr. W. W. Harriss left early this
morning in his cai on a business trip
Jo Starke, Lawtey and other points.
Another shipment of Lord Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore paper and envelopes -in. Come
and get a supply. Gerig's Drug
Store. tf
The many friends of little Misses
Violet and Edith 'Jones are delighted
to learn that they are improving after
a long siege of illness.
The county-judge has issued a mar marriage
riage marriage license to Horner Deas and Miss
Nora Nelson, a young couple of Ox Oxford.
ford. Oxford. Visit our store. Our fountain is
loaded with good things to dring. The
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 10-6t
Mrs. B. A. Weathers will entertain
at a five o'clock tea this -afternoon,
honoring Mrs. A. J. Beck, Misses Abel
and Sample.
, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk is entertaining
today at Silver Springs at a nicnic
for her guests, .Dr. and Mrs. A. J.
Beck and Misses Sample and Abel.
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
Misses Theo Wallis and Ruth Rentz.
two of Ocala's charming young ladies,
are successfully assisting Mr. Bur
nett during his auction sale.
Miss Frances, Tarver returned to
her home last evening from the hos hospital
pital hospital and her many friends will bede bede-lighted
lighted bede-lighted to learn of-her improvement.
A new shipment of Dr. fedison's
Cushion Sole and "Ezall" Arch Pro Protecting
tecting Protecting Shoes for. ladies just received
at the Little Shoe-Parlor. 7-tf
Mr. H. F. Booth, manager of the
Ocala Knitting Mill, who has been at attending
tending attending to business1 affairs in the
north for several weeks,- is home
juiss xvena araiui nas returned
from a two-weeks visit to Atlanta.
While in the Gate City she picked out
a line of pretty and tasteful spring
goods for the Style Hat Shop.
mri t e "ii a
s Officers, tan, pink, blue and whit&
stationery. At the Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. 10-6t
Mrs. Norman Kirk has as her guest
for a month Miss Louise Berry, a very
attractive young lady of Wilmington,
N. C. Mrs. Kirk is now at her home
on Fort King avenue.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Fanny R. Gary Missionary Society
will be held in the Baptist church
Thursday afternoon ana all ladies of
the church are urged to attend.
The many friends of Mrs. M. A;
TenEyck will be sorry to learn that
she has been confined to her nome for
several days by illness, and hope that
her improvement will be rapid.
Dr. C V. Moremen, dental- surgeon,
Commercial, Bank building. Office
phone 211. Residence phone 298.
Ocala, Fla. tf
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Balkcom left
early this morning for a few days'
visit with Mr. Balkcdm's relatives at
Quitman, Ga. They will make the
trip in their car.
This is the afternoon that the hos hospitality
pitality hospitality committee of., the Woman's
Club will entertain for all visitors in
the city. These weekly informal af affairs
fairs affairs to strangers are receiving many
enconiums, and the Woman's Club
deserves much praise.
Jonteel Power "Compact." All col colors
ors colors in vanity boxes at Gerig's Drug
Store. 1-tf
Miss Mildred Bullock will entertain
at a small and informal dancing
party Friday evening at her home in
honor of Miss Minnie Jones, who is a
vivacious guest at the home of her
uncle and aunt. Dr. and Mrs. W. K.
Rev. W. D. Reynolds, who spoke at
the Presbyterian church last night,
and was the guest of the manse, left
on the early train this morning in
order to reach an anDointment at San-
ford tonight. ;
Mr. T. I. Arnold has returned from
a visit to Mrs. Arnold in Jacksonville.
Mrs. Arnold's many Ocala friends wilj
be glad to know, she is enjoying the
best of health, and hoges to be able
to visit them some time soon.
Judge and Mrs. R. McConathy rer
turned to the city yesterday after a
ten-day visit at St. Petersburg. They
intended remaining longer, but said
the weather was too cold there, so
came back to Ocala, where the weath weather
er weather is always ideal. They are again at
the Ocala House.
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i UCTUflE 0

Entitled Christion Science, the Lib
erator of Mankind, by John Randall
Dunn, C S Member of the Board
of Lectureship of The Mother
Church, The First Church of Christ,
Scientist, in Boston, Mas.
The widespread interest in the sub
ject of Christian Science, in this and
other lands, is traceable direcUy to
the fact that enslaved mortals are
finding in its spiritual teaching that
liberator graphically pictured by
Isaiah as sent "to preach good tidings
unto the meek; ... to bind up the
brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to
the captives, and the opening of the
prison to them that are bound." Tht
attempts of some misinformed critics
to prove that Christian Science is not
this liberator, that the sick are not
healed, the sinning reformed, nor the
sorrowing comforted through its min ministrations,
istrations, ministrations, are of course of little
moment in the presence of an ever in
creasing host of witnesses testifying
Lto the fact that, whereas they-wer
bound physically, mentally, or moral
ly, now they are experiencing through
the teachings of Christian Science a
greater measure of health, freedom,
and happiness than they, have ever
Now the Christian Scientist' knows
that the prayer which heals a sick man
or a sick nation cannot be a mere peti petition
tion petition or supplication, nor can it be a
prayer of blind faith. It must be a
prayer of joyous, confidence in the cer certain
tain certain triumph of right, a realization of
the all-power and protection of God,
good such a prayer as Jesus' prayed
at the tomb of Lazarus, when he said:
"Father, I thank thee that thou hast
heard me. And I knew that thou
hearest me always V Against the
power of .such a mighty realization
the gates of hell cannot prevail, ana
at this critical hour Christian Science
warns us not to lean too much on
"horses and chariots," but to look to
Him and be 'saved, all the ends of the
Certainly it must te recognized by
every thinking person that the sign signing
ing signing of a treaty of peace, favorable to
human interests as it may, be, will
not alone usher, in the millennium. To
be sure, the yielding of autocracy to
democracy, the ordaining of humanly
good governments, and the establish establishment
ment establishment of equal rights and privileges
among men are absolutely necessary!
steps toward the ultimate liberation
of the race. But, the great battle of
Armageddon is not ended, for this
battle is the conflict between the flesh
and Spirit, between Truth and error;
the struggle whereby mortals finally
shall be freed from the bondage of
material sense,' from sickness, hate,
animality, limitation, imperfection,
old age, death. Down through the cen centuries
turies centuries enslaved mortals have echoed
Jeremiah's plaint: "Is there no balm
in Gilead; is there no physician there?
Why then is not the health of the
daughter of my people recovered?"
Christian Scientists know that Mrs.
Eddy did not originate Christian
Science; she discovered it, brought it
to light. The balm of Gilead which she
has revealed for the healing of the
nations is not of her creating, nor is
it a restatement of ancient or modern
material philosophy. It is the simple,
unadulterated spiritual teaching of
Jesus and the prophets who preceded
him. To this assertion some may say,
"But I believe, and have been endeav endeavoring
oring endeavoring to follow, the teachings of Jesus
all my life." Yes, this is unfortunately
the remarkable predicament of Chris Christian
tian Christian peoples today; hundreds of differ differing'
ing' differing' sects acknowledge Jesus as their
guide and their-king, and then proceed
to place their human interpretation
upon his words and works. This leads
to endless diversity of opinion and the
sad differences among Christians,
causing one to say, "I believe this,"
another "My belief is that." Yet the
plain fiKt of the matter is this: It
matters not what any man or set of
men believes about Jesus teaching.
The all-important point is. What was
Jesus' actual teaching? What did he
believe and teach? Is there to be
found in his word a practical present
day salvation for you and me?
Let us examine the instructions
given by Jesus to his students, as re recorded
corded recorded in the tenth chapter of
Matthew: "Go ... to the lost sheep
of the house of Israel. And as ye go,
preach, saying. The kingdom of heaven
is at hand. Heal the sick, cleanse the
lepers, raise the dead, cast our devils:
freely ye have received, freely give.
Provide neither gold, nor silver, nor
brass in your purses, .' for the work workman
man workman is worthy of his meat."
"The kingdom of heaven is at
hand!" In the Christian Science text textbook
book textbook we read that heaven is harmony.
Therefore the message of the Savior,
which indeed is good tidings of great
joy to the bound and afflicted of earth,
i3 that harmony, deliverance salva salvation,
tion, salvation, are at hand, and are to be realiz realized
ed realized in the proportion that we lift our
thought from the material and lay
hold on the spiritual facts of being.
"So," says some one, "the Christian
Scientists do not believe in hell?"
Unfortunately most of them do, and
they are trying hard to get out of it.
Let us read the Christianly scientific
definition of hell: u. Mortal belief;
error; lust; remorse; hatred; revenge;
sin; sickness; death; suffering and
self-destruction; self-imposed agony;
effects of sin; that which Nvorketh
abomination or maketh a 'lie'"
(Science and Health, p: 588). Now
most of us find ourselves in one or

more of the conditions of thought just

described, and the insistent yearning
of all mankind is for deliverance, for
harmony, for heaven. How is this to
be attained? By will power? By forc forcing
ing forcing ourselves to think thoughts of
health, rather than thoughts of sick sickness?
ness? sickness? By no means. The remedy lies
in the simple rule left by the Master,
"This is life eternal, that they might
know thee the only true God, and
Jesus Christ, whom thou hast "sent."
Salvation then is a matter of knowing
the truth about God and the son of
God, and as Jesus says in another
place, when you know the truth, the
truth shall make you free.
Let no one think, however, that the
working out of one's salvation through
knowing the truth is always along a
path of flowers- Spiritual unfoldment,
like a child's material education, in involves
volves involves wrestlings with self-will, bat bat-tiings
tiings bat-tiings with discouragement, and even
the encounterings of temporary de defeats
feats defeats until the human is brought into
subjection to the divine. But in our
fpiritual' education we have the com comforting
forting comforting assurance that it is not human
will but God that worketh in us both
to will and to do of His good pleasure.
Let us now consider the basis of
Christian Science; let us find the truth
about God and man which it reveals
that truth which is destined to liber
ate the race. Science and Health in
a few words sums up the remarkable
discovery of the truth of being.v We
read: "The Christlike understanding
of scientific being and divine healing
includes a perfect Principle and idea,
perfect God and perfect man, as
the basis of thought and demonstra demonstration"
tion" demonstration" (p. 259).
This teaching is founded squarely
on the opening chapter of the Bible,
the first chapter of Genesis. It will be
remembered that this chapter contains
a record of God's creation. This
creation is depicted by successive
steps of unfoldment, symbolized ly
the appearing of light, the heavens,
the earth, the, growing things upon
the earth, the heavenly bodies, the
fowls -of the air, the fish of the sea,
the creatures that move upon the
earth, and lastly, God's noblest .work,
His highest creation, man. At the
close of each step in the progression
we read, "And God sw that it was
good." Then to emphasize this mo
mentous fact, the chapter closes with
this statement: "And God saw every
thing that he had made, and, behold,
it was very good. . Thus the
heavens and the earth were finished,
and all the host of them."
But, says some one, if you say that
the man of God's creating is spiritual,
where did this material' sense of
things come from? Why is it not. cor correct
rect correct to say that man is both spiritual
and material? Christian Science rests
absolutely on vtha great fact that
there is one creator and one creation,
one God and one man, and that irfan
spiritual, upright and perfect.
And so through Christian knowing,
not carnal-minded suggestion, the sick
and weary ones of earth are learning
.to lift their eyes from the Adam-mist,
from the material view of creation, to
the harmonious facts of being, that
creation, which a loving Father has
pronounced "very good."
Let us now consider a Christian
Scientist's treatment of sin. Suppose
a man victimized by drink, or by the
tobacco habit, seeks healing in Chris Christian
tian Christian Science. He is not condemned by
his practitioner,' nor told how wicked
he is, nor is he urged to fight evil
with his human wilL If a child tells
you that Canada is situated south of
the Hawaiian Islands, does he need
punishment, a scolding, or does he j
need education ? "Just so it is with the
man who has made a mistake in his
problem of being. He needs enlight enlightenment,
enment, enlightenment, not censure, and, spiritual
awakening,' not material condemna condemnation.
tion. condemnation. A man sadly victimized by the drug
and liquor habit once sought, out a
Christian Science practitioner. He
told the Scientist of his unhappy
plight, of his degradation, and the
loss of money, friends, and self self-respect,
respect, self-respect, and then said: "In fact, there
is only one person in all the world
vho thinks that there is any good in
me, and that is my little two-year-old
child, and she doesn't know any bet better."
ter." better." Then said the practitioner, "If
that is the case, your little girl is the
only one who has caught a glimpse of
the real you; .for in God's sight, the
man of His creating, your real spirit spiritual
ual spiritual selfhood, is just as good, just as
beautiful, just as undefiled as that
child says he is." And I want to re report
port report that this revolutionary message
so startled the material dreamer, and
so clearly revealed his real spiritual
manhood, that from that very day he
found his tormenting desires gone,
never to return; and he realized with
joy that his little girl was not deceiv deceived
ed deceived at all, and that in truth God's man
is pure and free.
The fearsome task of sustaining be being
ing being does not rest upon man. No ray
of light proceeding from the sun can
be said to sustain itself. The sun sup supplies
plies supplies all the heat, light and power of
each ray. Just so it is with our Maker.
Do we really believe this? Are we
acting as though we believed it? Do
we realize that truth is dropping
manna from the sky,- bringing water
from the rock, breaking the limitation
of sense testimony in causing a pit pittance
tance pittance to reach even to four thousand
needs, and -evealing tribute money in
fishes mouths do we realize that
Truth is operating thus today as sure surely
ly surely as it did on the Judean slopes cen centuries
turies centuries ago? And do we see that ou.
only need is Hagar's need, and pray
"the prayer of fervent desire for
growth in grace, expressed in pa patience,
tience, patience, meekness, love, and good
deeds" (Science and Health, p. 4),

knowing that when our eye3 are thus
opened to spiritual sense all that we
humanely need will be found at hand?
To earth's material dreamers, to
the dream-troubled nations. Christian
Science, the liberator" of mankind,
echoes the great call of Scripture:
"Awake, awake; put on thytrcngth,
O Zion; put on thy beautiful gar garments,
ments, garments, O Jerusalem, the holy city:
. . Shake thyself from the dust; .
loose thyself from the bands of thy
neck, O captive daughter Of Zion. .
Break forth into joy, sing together,
ye waste places of Jerusalem." "For
the Lord God omnipotent reigneth."
Daily Health Talks
Uric acid is now generally recognized
sj the cause of more diseases than was
heretofore believed. When the kidnej3
are out of order nric acid accumulates
within the body in eaoer ahnnrfanr

The di5ordered kidnev9 do not filter
the poisons out of thp blood, as they
ought to do, and so the poisons remain
in the blood and float around until
they find a place to lodge, in form of
urate salts. The thing to remember Li
tnat you may have rheumatism in any
part of the body you may have pains
anywhere your back may ache and
your head may be dizzy bat the
trouble is not where the pain appears.
The trouble is in the kidneys, and
what is the first thing to do ? You must
get that excess nric acid out of your
system, which .can be done by taking
Anuric Tablets, the splendid remedy
which Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y.,
has put on sale in the drug stores at
a low price. Anuric Tablets (made
double strength), when taken into the
system as medicine, have the peculiar
power of dissolving the uric acid de deposited
posited deposited there. Drop a. bit of sugar or
salt into hot water, and it .will dis disappear.
appear. disappear. In precisely the 'same way do
these Anuric Tablets dissolve uric acid.
Of course, after ridding the system of
uric acid, it may return again unless
you eat the right foods and live tha
right kind of life, but Dr. Pierce will
advise you fuUy on proper food and
correct living if you write and ask
him. He makes no charge for such
advice. .Take Anuric Tablets to-day,
by all means, and get that uric acid
out of your system. Don't, don't,
don't, put the matter off.
Ocala, Florida
Should Convince Every Ocala Reader
The frank statement of a neighbor,
telling of the merits of a remedy,
Bids you pause and believe.
The same endorsement
- By some stranger far away
Commands no belief at alL
Here's an Ocala case.
An Ocala citizen testifies.
Read and be convinced convinced-Mrs.
Mrs. convinced-Mrs. F. L. Grantham; 223 Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha Ave., says: "I can't speak too
highly of Doan's Kidney Pills, be because
cause because they have been, a mighty fine
medicine for. me. Doan's helped me
after different kidney medicines had
failed to even give me relief. I was.
suffering with general symptoms of
kidney disorder, such as backache
and languid spells. I was run down,
too. I got Doan's Kidney Pills at the
Court Pharmacy and they helped me
immediately and soon had me welL I
have used this medicine on several
occasions since and it has never fail failed
ed failed me good results."
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's -Kidney Pills the same that
Sirs. Grantham had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfgs., Buffalo, N. Y- Adv. 7
Evening Star
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Throughout the breadth of sunny France
again the roses blow.
Entwining peasant's lowly cot and state stately
ly stately old chateau.
They seem to bear a message to each
waiting,- watching heart,
Am wires and mothers of our land untir untiring
ing untiring do their part.
For since our sons gave up their lives to
stem the foe's advance
Thrice have the roses bloomed within thy
garden, O fair France!
Our land's sweet namesake, "La Belle
France," its radiant pink unfolds
A pledge of happier days to come, its fra fragrant
grant fragrant chalice holds.
With faith renewed we turn to thee, O
valiant Jacqueminot!
For every drop of French blood spilled
blood red the petals blow,
We gaze deep in thy crimson heart And
read the message plain:
"Courage; But. yet a while and France
comes to her own again!"
So by the memory of those dauntless spir spirits
its spirits gone before,
We hail our cause invincible, our ardent
vows outpour,
We'll rout the foe with fire and sword,
with bayonet and lance,
God willing ere the roses bloom again ia
sunny France!
Philadelphia Public Ledger.
Elderly Scotsman Fled at Once When
He Heard Prospective Wife Spoke
"Three Tonfluea.
A pawky old gentleman of Scottish
persuasion, hearing rumors of the
i coming of a bach
elor tax, hied Mm
to a matrimonial
agency, where a
highly cultured
dame presided.-
Tm, efter a
wife' began the
Scotsman, "a weel weel-eddicated
eddicated weel-eddicated wuza wuza-man,
man, wuza-man, no ower big;
What hae ye on
your books?"
"Let me see, sir," replied Mrs. Cu Cupid,
pid, Cupid, turning over the leaves of an Impressive-looking
ledger. 1 have so
many first-class eligibles. Ah, here Is
a really superior lady on the sunny
side of forty, good-looking, domesticat domesticated,
ed, domesticated, musical and speaks three tongues."
Three tongues, did ye say mem?
Oh, may'I be guarded! Which Is the
nearest way out?"
From the Heart.
Those little actions of every day
which seem to give so little trouble to
one person and so much happiness to
another, are all the result of proper properly
ly properly directed thought. We speak of the
6lujr cuuuuceu apixiium value OI a
kind action which seemed to be per performed
formed performed spontaneously, but wey shall
find that organized and co-ordinated
good thought lies at the back of it.
And something something engendered
and nurtured, those good thoughts.
Sometimes I wonder whether we do
iuu justice wnen we reier to an ac action
tion action as being spontaneous; we do not
In this way give full credit to the
kind person for having developed such
a disposition that kindness may be
rendered without effort ; that good-will
springs always from the heart. We
forget the Innate kindness In applaud applauding
ing applauding theact of the moment,- Exchange.
"What is the good of such an Inef Inefficient
ficient Inefficient officer as your village consta constable?"
ble?" constable?" peevishly demanded a guest.
"When the fight occurred in front of
the post office this morning apparently
everybody else in the community was
present. But he did not get there un until
til until it was all over. If a crime were
committed right before him what
would he do?"
- "If he couldn't possibly get away he
would regard the perpetrators stern sternly,
ly, sternly, and I'll just bet you on It!" replied
the landlord of the Petunia tavern,
Kansas City Star.
The Tramp's Bit. v
A woman noted for her philanthropy
was approached by a novel kind of
beggar the other day. He wished mon money
ey money instead of a "handout."
"What is your great need of money
right now?" she asked, her hand on
. her open purse, v "Are you hungry?
"No, lady, it ain't that so much," he
explained, "but I gotta do my bit buy buy-in
in buy-in Thrift stamps."
Sops to Cerberus.
A butcher's boy while on his way to
deliver an order encountered a fierce
dog which kept him pinned in a cor corner
ner corner by its attack. Presently the wom woman
an woman of the house came to the lad's res rescue
cue rescue and drove the dog away.
. "Has he bitten you?" she asked.
"No," said the boy. "I kept him off
by throwing him your chops, an ye
came just in time to save your roast."
Novel Costumes for Children.
: When London folk make dashes for
air-raid shelters in the night time
they often grab their children from
their beds without taking time to
dress them. The favorite Improvised
garment is the pillow case, into which
the children are dropped, the pillow
case beinjr tied beneath the arms of
the youngsters.
Doc Must Be Guessing.
. "What you need," said the doctor,
is a change of occupation."
"My goodness, man I changed
Jobs thirteen times in the last threa
months trying to keep my conscience
Satisfied on the work-or-flghf
TZhat more can I do?"


The Woman's Missionary Society of
the First Presbyterian church will
hold its regular meeting tomorrow
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the manse.
All the members are urged to be pres present
ent present and the women of the church and
congregation are invited to meet with
them. The Presbyterian women will
be glad to welcome any visiting Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian women in the city.
Candy for the whole family. Five
cents to three dollars a box. Jacobs'
sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. 10-6t
Mr. Sam Leigh returned yesterday
from Jacksonville, where he was call called
ed called several days ago to the bedside of
his father, who is, we are exceedingly
sorry to learn, in a very critical con condition.
dition. condition. The score of friends of Mr.
Leigh sincerely trust that he will re receive
ceive receive encouraging news from his
Mr. H. D. Stokes, cashier of the
Ocala National Bank has received a
letter from Frank Churchill, with the
army in France. Frank is stationed
near Bordeaux. He is well and reas reasonably
onably reasonably happy, considering it rains in
that country nine-tenths of the time,
and is looking forward to the day
when he 'can return home.
Just arrived, another large ship shipment
ment shipment of Nunnally's, "The Candy of
the South." Always fresh at Gerig's
Drug tSore. tf
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Beck and their
two charming guests, Misses Lois
Sample and Lottie Abel, will leave
early tomorrow morning by auto for
their home in Fort Lauderdale. The
many riends of both Mr. and Mrs.
Beck regret their stay in Ocala was
so short, but hope for many more of
these little visits .from them. The
young ladies made many friends while
here and Ocala hopes for another visit
from them.'
The Ocala National Bank has a let letter
ter letter dated at Constantinople Jan. 5th
from Herman F. gklof, of Burbank,
who was a member of the crew, of the
U. S. gunboat Scorpion, which was
interned by the Turks when America
declared war on Germany in April,
1917. The surrender of ; Turkey set
Mr. Eklof free, and he. hopes to come
home soon. -'-
Don't fret. Get a handy auto cleaner
from the Anti-Monopoly and you can
clean your car with ease. 10-6t
Owing to the necessity for rest and
recuperation Mrs.: MotfcV Martin will
not be able to address the missionary
society' of the Presbyterian church to-
rmorrow afternoon, as heretofore an
nounced. Mrs.' .'Martin promises a
visit to Qcala in the near future at
which time due notice will: be given.
The women of the Presbyterian
church who had prepared for her
coming were greatly disappointed be because
cause because she could no .come this week,
but being unwilling1 to overtax her
strength agreed to the cancellation of
the engagement on the promise of a
future visit. Considerable interest in
her coming has been manifested by
the women of the other churches of
the city. x
Rev. W. H. Wrighton will preach at
the Baptist church at Belle viow on
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, which
comes as delightful news to the peo people
ple people of that section, for Rev. Wright Wright-on's
on's Wright-on's sermons have received the very
highest praise. Mrs. Wrighton will
conduct the services at the North
Ocala church Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock, and every one is most cordial cordially
ly cordially invited to attend, and especially
those of North Ocala as this is a
splendid opportunity to reorganize the
Sunday school. Mrs. .Wrighton is
quite a gifted lecturer and we trust
the North Ocala Sunday school will
be well represented.
Mrs. Clifford Ayer entertains the
Wednesday auction club this after afternoon
noon afternoon at her cozy little bungalow on
East Fort King avenue. After sev several
eral several rounds xf games, Mrs. Ayer will
serve her guests to a very delectable
salad course and coffee. For the two
highest scores made there will ; be
awarded two little gold hatpins and a
maiden hair fern in a basket. The
club members present will be Mrs.
Harry Walters, Mrs. Charles Chazal,
Mrs. Wilds, Mrsv Peter Mackintosh
and Miss Helen Brown, and the visi visitors,'
tors,' visitors,' Mrs. Norman Kirk and her vis visitor,
itor, visitor, Miss Louise Berry, Misses Adela
Ax, Mamie Taylor, Caroline Harriss,
Mrs. Fred Hocker and Mrs. Bert Dosh.
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
Mr. J. F. Brown of Tampa, died
early this morning at his brother's
home at Fairfield. Mr. Brown had
been an invalid for many years, but a
most patient one. He is survived by
his wife, one brother and one sister
and numbers of friends. The funeral
services will be held this afternoon at
3:30 o'clock at Fairfield. E. C. Jor Jordan
dan Jordan & Company are in charge of the
W. K. Lane, M. DPhysician and
Surifeen,-specialist Bye, Ear, Nose and
Throat, Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf
Enroll now for the Evening Star.


Mr. James H. Pierce of Fellowship i
died yesterday afternoon at 3 :30
o'clock. Mr. Pierce was born and
lived all his life in Marion county. He
was one of the county's most prosper prosperous
ous prosperous farmers and a highly respected
man by his friends and neighbors. He
leaves to mourn his death his wife,
who is critically ill herself. Their
many friends sincerely sympathize
with Mrs. Pierce in her loss and trust
that she will soon be entirely recow
ered. The funeral services were held
this morning at 10:30 o'clock at the
Fellowship cemetery. E. C. Jordan &
Co. had charge" of the arrangements.
The U. D. C. will meet with Mrs. H.
W. Tucker Friday afternoon at three
Captain H. F. Watt is at Camp
Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala., ; and
Mrs. Watt and little Helen left this
afternoon to join him. Mrs. Watt said
she hoped they would all return to
Ocala in about two months, in which
wish all their friends will heartily
The Southbound Pinellas special
came thru Ocala today. It waSs. a
genuine train de luxe, with its day
coach in better shape than the-chair
cars on 39 and 40, and four well well-filled
filled well-filled Pullnians.
That clever young barber, J. M.
McDonald, and his wife have return returned
ed returned from Jacksonville, and Mr. Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald has taken a chair in the Har Harrington
rington Harrington shop.
There were 113 arrivals at the Har Harrington
rington Harrington yesterday.
Liggett's Chocolate Cowered Whole
Brazil Nuts are always good. Gerig's
Drug Store. tf
Tom Mix in "Fame and Fortune"
will be the attraction at the Temple
tonight. It is a mighty live picture
and will pay everybody to see it.
, ;
A new shipment of Dr. Ecfason's
Cushion Sole and "Ezall" Arch Pro Protecting
tecting Protecting Shoes for ladies just received
at the Little Shoe Parlor. 7-tf
The weather wiggles up and down.
Everybody went to bed Monday night
expecting a blizzard and Tuesday
morning the thermometers registered
27. It warmed up all day yesterday,
and today is quite springy.
Use the unclassified ads. It pays.

IS (Eaiaflnmicnj. .A-.ffl:c


Jim Hawkins props his .feet on
the rose festponed porch railing
in an Oiegon suburb and reads
the samemotor car advertise advertisement
ment advertisement that Cousin Peter studies
as he rides home from work in
the New York subway
In Arizona you can buy the
same tooth paste and tobacco
that are used by the folks in
California fruit growers adver advertise
tise advertise their oranges and lemons
to the people of the East. New
Hampshire factories make ice
cream freezers for Texas house households.
holds. households. There can be no division in a
country so bound together by
taste, habit and custom.


Today: Tom Mix in "Fame and
Thursday: Wm. S. Hart in "Shark
Friday: June Elvidge in "The Bluf Bluffer."
fer." Bluffer." Monday: Bert Lytell in "Hitting
the High Spots."
Rexall Cold Tablets will break up
any cold, and may prevent "flu." 25
cents the box at Gerig's Drugstore, tf
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
Dr. C. VV. M or em en, dental surgeon,
Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 211. Residence phone 298.
Ocala. Fla. tf
Visit oar stdre. Our fountain is
loaded with good things to dring. The
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 10-6t
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
W. W. Stripling, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. Fn
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star office building at '7:30 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.
Joe Poter, N. G.
J. D. McCaskilL Secretary.
Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. .15
meets the first and third Monday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month in the Odd Fel Fellows'
lows' Fellows' hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Claire Moremen, N. G.
Elbjse Boomer, Secretary.
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
at the Castle Hall, over the G. C.
Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial wel welcome
come welcome to visrting brothers.
W. W. Stripling, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.

si ummnflecfil iiiiiniilip

FOR RENT House rent, with gar garden
den garden spot free to married couple with
automobile. For further information,
phone 260. 12-t
FOR SALE Carpenter's tools and
farming tools plows, harness, etc.;
also two iron beds. All are in good
condition and will be sold cheap for
cash. Apply to George Duris at mar market
ket market next to Catholic church, 326 N.
Magnolia St. 12-6t
WANTED Reliable man clerk; one
who can assist with bookkeeping. Ap Apply
ply Apply to P. O. Box 145, Ocala. ll-2t
FOR SALE Cow and her first calf.
Cow is half Jersey and half Holstein;
gives quantity of milk. For further
information apply to J. D. Robbinson,
Box 123, Ocala. ll-6t
FOR SALE Gray horse and double double-seated
seated double-seated spring wagon. Both in good
condition. For further information ap apply
ply apply to Miss Davis of the industrial
school. Phone No. 72. ll-6t
FOR SALE One large mare ten
years old; one male colt 31 months
old;, one-female colt 8. months old.
May be seen at Kendrick station. -Will
take part pay in peanuts if desired. D.
Chisena, Kendrick, Fla. ll-12t
WANTED X family' on farm ,ot
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
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 AH kinds of second hand
furniture, guns, beds, etc. ; Notify
me and I will send for them. J. W.
Hunter, Gunsmith, South Main St. tf
rOR SALE Small smart sawmill
complete, or parts, all in excellent
condition. One 80 H. P. Atlas high
pressure boiler, one 40 H. P. Farqu Farqu-har
har Farqu-har engine, one 25 IL P. Erie City en engine,
gine, engine, 40 ft. carriage complete, one No.

You can meet up with anybody
in the United States and quick quickly
ly quickly get on a conversational foot footing
ing footing because y,ou both read .the
same advertisements.
Advertising is the. daily guide
to what's good to buy.
Advertisements give you the
latest news from the front line
of business progress.
Reading advertisements en enables
ables enables you to get more for your
money because they tell you
where, what and when to buy.
. '
And it is a well-known fact that
advertised goods are more reli reliable
able reliable and better value than the
imadvrtised kinds.

2 Soule steam feed, one edger, one
Perkins shingle machine, two log
carts. Nathan Mayo, Summerfield,
Fla. ; 7-t
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-t

Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract wore Gives EXore and Better
Work for the ATohey than any other
contractor In the city.
Harmless to sih Kidneys and nsntr&l
isa irritating acids Oplcadid
luaney and liiaader weakness result
from unc acid, says a noted authority.
The kidney filter this acid from the
blood and pass it m to the bladder, where
it often remains to irritate and inflame,
causing a burning. Braiding sensation, or
setting up an irritation at the neck of'
the bladder, obliging you to seek relief
two or three times .during the night.
The sufferer is La 'constant dread, the
water passes sometimes with a scalding
sensation and is very profuse; again,
there is difUculty in avoiding it.
Bladder weakness, most folks call it,
because they can't control urination.
While it is extremely annoying and some sometimes
times sometimes very painful this is really one of
the most simple ailments to overcome.
Get about four ounces of Jad Salts
from your pharmacist and take a tabls tabls-spooxxful
spooxxful tabls-spooxxful in a glass of water before -breakfast,
continue this for two or three
days. This will neutralize the adds in
the urine so it no longer is a source of
irritation to the bladder and urinary or organs
gans organs which then act normally again.
Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless,
and is made from tbe acid of grapes and
lemon juice, combined with lithia, and
is used by thousands of folks who are
uric acid irritation. Jad Salts is splen splendid
did splendid for kidneys and causes no bad
effects whatever.
Here you hare a pleasant, effervescent -lithia-wmxer
drink, which quickly relieves
bladder trouble.


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