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SUFFRAGE I SENATE
Constitutional Amendment Introduc Introduced
ed Introduced by Jones and Referred to the
Washington, Feb. 17. Another res resolution
olution resolution providing for the submission
to the states of a constitutional
amendment granting woman suffrage
was introduced in the Senate today
b;- Senator Jones of Washington, and
rexerreo: to the woman suffrage com committee.
mittee. committee. The resolution is identical to
the one recently rejected in the Sen Senate.
ate. Senate. HOUSE THROWS UP ITS HANDS
Washington, Feb. 17- All plans for!
consideration of railroad legislation
at this, session' of Congress were aban abandoned
doned abandoned today by the House interstate
A HELPFUL LOAD
.(Associated-' Press) ;.
New York, Feb. 17. Sa'iling as an
"argosy of life and hope" to the 4, 4,-000,000
000,000 4,-000,000 destitute people of the Holy
Land and other regions of the near
east, the steamship Leviathan left
this port yesterday for France with
the largest' contingent of missionar missionaries,
ies, missionaries, doctors and reliefi workers ever
sent overseas at one time on such a
mission. They will reach Constanti-
15 in another vessel v sailing: from
. The party, comprising 250 mem-1
bers, chiefly women, had been preced preceded
ed preceded by equipment for fifteen hospitals
food, clothing and' portable build
ingssixty motor trucks and other
material donated by the American J
Red ; Cross and American committee
for relief in the Near East. The sup-j
plies are valued at more than $3,500,-1
000. ; -
A number of, men workers who sail-j
engaged in the relief of thousands of
starving Syrians, Armenians and Per Persians.
sians. Persians. 4AH "American religious; creeds
are represented. ;
Dr. George L. White, president of
Anatolia college in Marsoyan, Turkey,
was driven out of Turkey m 1916 aft-1
er eight of his professors had been
slain and the young women members
othe victims families taken captives
into Turkish harems, said the present
expedition was under the protection
of the French and British govern governments.,
ments., governments., 5
ERADICATING THE HOOKWORM
The free examination of children
for hookworm disease began this
morning at 9 o'clock. Dr. Arms, who
is chief of the bureau of laboratories
of the state, came down yesterday
afternoon and brought a complete
outfit for a temporary laboratory,
which fias been fitted up in the old
Empire Cafe building. About 200
specimens for examination were
brought in today and arrangements
have been made for a hundred or more
each day. ." :
Work began on specimens from the
white primary school. Dr. Arms in informs
forms informs me that 20 per cent are show showing
ing showing hookworm infection. Rather pa pathetic,
thetic, pathetic, isn't it, to think that out of
each hundred of these little fellows
twenty are struggling along under
this terrible handicap to keep up In
their growth and studies and play.
Your child ought to have must have
a fair? chance at health and happi happiness.
ness. happiness. Make arrangements today to
have him examined and treated. t
This work costs you nothing at all
except a minimum amount of effort.
Just come down to the laboratory and
ask any one you see there for a bottle
and explanations. This invitation is
extended to everyone of any age,
white and colored. A number of adults
about town are already taking ad- J
. 1 1
vantage oi mis opportunity.
Geo. A. Dame.
RED CROSS MEMBERS
The following names were omitted
from the Martel-Cotton Plant branch
published last week:
L. B. Jackson, B. H. Smith, J. M.
Josey, J. H. Seckinger, Mrs. A. W.
Woodward, Misses Grace and Janet
Tuiir, Percy Thigpen, M. M. King King-stonl
stonl King-stonl B. B. Register, Mrs. A. Cuthill,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brooks.
Try a box of Johnston's "Operetta"
Chocolate Creams. You will like them.
The Court Pharmacy. 17-eod
Temple Felb. 19
,1 J W.Y.
TIME HAS PASSER
Allies May Make Another Attempt to
Reconcile Conflicting Rus Russian
sian Russian Elements
Paris, Feb. 17. (By the Associat-
ed Press.) The attention of the peace
conference delegates will focus on
Russia today, the supreme council de deciding
ciding deciding that as the time allowed for
the acceptance of the Prinkipo con conference
ference conference has expired something else
must be done. Several suggestions
have been made that the invitation
be renewed. If the supreme council
accepts this position, as it seems pos possible,
sible, possible, it is probable it won't insist on
the conference being held at the, Prin Prinkipo
kipo Prinkipo Island. It is possible that instead
a general meeting of representative
Russian factions to direct negotia
tions may be initiated, or a commis commission
sion commission be appointed to get in touch with
the opposing elements. :
Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 16. Character
izing the action of Postmaster Gen General
eral General Burleson in fixing intra-state
telephone rates as "without author authority"
ity" authority" 'and as "striking at the very
foundation of state sovereignty and
depriving the states of the exercise
of police powers lodged exclusively in
them and not in the federal govern government,"
ment," government," the Georgia railroad commis commission
sion commission yesterday; addressed .a drastic
protest to that official against further
exercise of such power. The commis
"While the country -was engaged in
war and actual hostilities going on we
made, no protest, because we did not
wish to embarrass the" government in
the slightest way in its prosecution
of war against Germany. But as hos hostilities
tilities hostilities have ceased and the country is
rapidly returning to normal condi conditions
tions conditions we- feel silence, is no longer jus justifiable.
tifiable. justifiable. : -'. 1
- "The exercise of 'this, power by the
postmaster geenral has brought about
a complete revulsion of public senti
ment and has brought into marked
disfavor government control, opera operation
tion operation or ownership' of public utilities.
This change is due to the fact that the
people look with anxiety upon the de destruction
struction destruction of the police power of the
states of the Union."
SPECIAL MEETING OF
Ocala, Fla., Feb. 14, 1919.
The board of county commissioners
met with Commissioners Rogers, Da Davis,
vis, Davis, Talton and Cam present.
The clerk was directed to write the
comptroller and .request that he ap approve
prove approve the transfer of $900 from the
fine and forfeiture fund "to the road
Commissioner Hutchins met with
A committee ; of Messrs. George
MacKay, J, M. Meffert and N. Mayo
appeared before the board in the in interest
terest interest of having the Marion County
Fair Association operated? "for and by
the county, which was laid over until
the next meeting of the board, and
Mr. W. D. Carn was appointed by the
board to investigate the legality of
The board recommended to the
comptroller that Mr. G. T. Liddon be.
allowed to redeem state certificate
No. 1114 on,90 f t e and w by 100 ft n
and s in nw cor of lot' 36 Caldwell's
add, Ocala, at face value of certificate
and omitted years taxes without in interest.
The board decided to ask the state
authorities that they allow Mr.' H.
Blackburn to proceed to the Tampa
fair for one week in the interest of
exhibits there from Marion county.
' Mr. Cox was appointed ferryman at
Grahamville at $30 per month.
Bond .. of Mrs. Jessie L. Charles as
notary public was approved. ;
Communication from the board of
trade with copy of committee's report
appended was received by the board,
asking for an equal expenditure of
the available funds on the Dixie highway-,
The board repaired to the court
room ,to receive in informal session
the citizens and representatives pres present,
ent, present, to discuss road and convict mat matters
ters matters and legislation in general.
The following warrants were order ordered
ed ordered drawn to cover bills duly examined,
passed and ordered paid, to-wit: Gen
eral fund No. 7656 to 7657, $338; road
fund No. 9309 to $9375, $2908.43.
There being no further business the
O. H. Rogers Chairman.
Attest: P. H. Nugent, Clerk.
Another shipment of Nurinally's,
"The Candy-of the South," in today.
We always have it fresh is the reason
we sell so much of iC! Come and get
yours at Gerig's Drug Store. f tf
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1919.
FUEL LIST OF HAM
LOSSES Fi FRANCE
Our Ally Suffered but Little on the
Sea in Proportion to the Work
Paris, Feb. 17. The full list of
French naval losses during the war
published today includes four battle battleships,
ships, battleships, four armoredcruisers, one fast
cruiser, fourteen destroyers, eight
torpedo boats and fourteen subma submarines.
rines. submarines. One submarine refloated by the
Germans was later recovered by the
French. Minor ships sunk were five
auxiliary cruisers, four gunboats,
seventy-two submarine chasers, one
sloop and seven small craft.
MR. WILSON WILL
EXPLAIN TO CONGRESS
Washington, Feb. 17. President
Wilson has cabled a request to the
foreign relations committee of Con Congress
gress Congress ,to defer debate on the constitu constitution
tion constitution of the proposed league of nations
until he has opportunity to go over it,
article by article, with the .members.
There is good and sufficient reason for
the phraseology and substance of
each article, ;declared the president in
his message transmitted through Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Tumulty. Members of the Sen Senate
ate Senate and House committees will dine at
the White House on Feb. 26th, .'the
day after the president is expected to
arrive at Boston. This is interpreted
as evidence of the president's deter determination
mination determination to get details of the new
world federation for peace before
Congress as quickly as possible.
FAREWELL --FLIGHT .WAS FATAL
Miami; Feb. .16. Second Lieuten Lieutenant
ant Lieutenant Edward Cain, of Baltimore, was
instantly killedand Corporal John
Zeree probably fatally injured as a
result of a collision of their seaplane
with another at a height of 5000 feet
at the marine flying field here yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, v.
Cain's plane went into a tail spin
and fell on top of that of Lieut. Wil Wil-iam
iam Wil-iam Bertelot, who made a safe land landing,
ing, landing, though one wing of his plane had
Lieut. Cain had received an honora honorable
ble honorable discharge from the marine corps
yesterday and was making his fare farewell
well farewell flight before leaving for home. It
was Zeree's first flight as mechanic.
This was the second -fatal accident
at the local flying field the past two
POM POM A FINE PLAY
The Charleston American says:
Henry W. Savage's comic opera
"Pom-Pom, played to a crowded
house at the Academy last night,
where it will be shown again tonight.
The company, and especially the lit little
tle little leading lady, met with the warmest
applause last night, and so easily and
delightfully did the performance run
that one was scarcely aware it had
commenced before the curtain went
down on the last act. It was the first
performance of Edith Thayer as
"Pom-Pom," but she filled the role
with a naivete that was distinctly
Fred B. Squire, who took the lead leading
ing leading male role, that of Bertrand, chief
of .municipal detectives, was excellent,
and he has a splendid voice. The
ballet girls at the Olympic was the
spectacular feJtur of the comedy.
The girls were an unusually pretty
group and their costumes elaborate.
Jane Carrell, in the role of Theresa, a
confidence woman, called for special
comment, for her beauty, her grace
and her unusually striking costumes,
as well as her voice, whish was of un unusual
usual unusual sweetness. Beatie Cliff, who
appeared with Miss Thayer in the
Apache dance and again as "the
dummy," was most clever and the
stunts seemed to be very much enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed by the '.audience, being rather a
The comedy parts were in splendid
hands. Thomas Walch as Grolmus,
burglar-in-chief, being perhaps the
best." Edward M. Favor as Macach
and Fred Bond as Bidage were also
very good. The comedy part was one
of the most striking features of the
play, though the music was tuneful
"Evelyn," by "Pom-Pom" and the
chorus, was the song hit of the eve evening.
ning. evening. "Mon Desir" was also splendid splendidly
ly splendidly interpreted. The play is in two
acts, two acts of breezy light acting
calculated to chase care from the
busiest head or the heaviest heart.
FOR THE WEEK
Today: Bert Lytell in Hitting
the High Spots.",
Tuesday: Norma Talmage in 'fThe
Wednesday:. "Pom-Pom." r
RADICALS AGAIH 0
Sparta cans Successful Against Gov Government
ernment Government and Seize Two
Berlin, Sunday, Feb. 16. (By the
Associated Press.) Sparta carv troops
marched in Welsenkirchen, in West Westphalia,
phalia, Westphalia, this morning, overpowered the
local military and police forces, a
portion of which joined the Sparta Sparta-cans,
cans, Sparta-cans, and plundering of the city fol followed.
lowed. followed. ,
' OUTBREAK AT NUREMBURG
Copenhagen, Feb; 17. The tele telephone,
phone, telephone, telegraph and newspaper of offices
fices offices at Nuremburg, Bavaria, have
been occupied by the Spartacans, ac according
cording according to reports received here.
TOO MANY FOR THE TROOPS
Copenhagen, Feb. 17. The out outbreak
break outbreak at Nuremberg followed an at attempt
tempt attempt by government forces to dis disperse
perse disperse a procession of Spartacans, who
were protesting, against the reorgani reorganization
zation reorganization of the Bavarian army. Shots
are said to have been fired from the
barracks into the crowd which took
platters into its own hands and storm stormed
ed stormed army headquarters, r.
WANT TO PILLAGE FRANCE
Berlin, Sunday. Feb. 16. (By the
Associated Press.) The Zeitung. Am
Mittag declares the league of nations
is simply an alliance, of the five great
nations who reserve the right to ad admit
mit admit or exclude other nations. The
reservation in the disarmament clause
that disarmament shall take into con consideration
sideration consideration the geographical situation
of the nation plainly means, the
newspaper says, that France will be
exempted from its provisions. Paris
dispatches covering the league cove covenant
nant covenant were received in Berlin too 'late
for comment by morning newspapers.
Basel, Feb. 17. Count von Brock Brock-dorff
dorff Brock-dorff Rantzau, German foreign" min minister,
ister, minister, has resigned, according to" a
Weimar dispatch td the Berlin Vos Vos-siche
siche Vos-siche Zeitung. There is no confirma confirmation
tion confirmation from other sources.
. (Associated Press)
Archangel, Feb." 15. Capt. Clair
McArdle, of Michigan, and thirteen
other members of the American
forces in Russia, have been decorated
for gallantry and efficiency in action
by the British government.
ALFRED TURNER'S IMPRESSIONS
Alfred Turner, with the marines in
France, writes the following to Mr. H.
A. Davies of this city.
Paris, January 14, 1919.
Dear Davies: The wanderer will
after many months of quietness let
his whereabouts be known to at least
a few of his friends.
At last I reached France, although
it was just the month before the war
closed, or rather, let up, as it could
hardly be classed as being closed yet.
While I cannot say anything definite,
but at the same time I have traveled
over, about two-thirds of France since
I have been over here, including the
time I was laid up in a hospital. It is
a great country, but at the same time
I -cannot say that I have seen any anything
thing anything very great. The part toward
Germany is just ruins, trenches,
pieces or stumps of trees that have
stopped many shells and bullets. One
can at least tell that some one has
been marching around and doing a lit little
tle little scrapping, especially around Chat Chateau
eau Chateau Thierry and St. Mihiel. The most
important thing that one finds over
here is mud, mud, mud, and plenty of
rain along with it. The south of
France is a veritable, dreamland in in-sofa
sofa in-sofa as nature is concerned, in spite
of the mud and rain.
. I have been able to visit many in interesting
teresting interesting places and am seeing some
f them in J?aris at present, although
am stationed inrthe chief paymas paymaster's
ter's paymaster's office here and about all the time
we have to knock around in daytime
is of a Sunday afternoon. I have made
the following places so far: The Notre
Dame, the Bastille, the- Madejene,
Place des Invalides (where the tomb
of Napoleon is situated). Sunday i
went out to the parks beyong the
Arche de Tfiumphe and into the Bois
I am very anxious to go to Mar Marseilles
seilles Marseilles and Nice and from Niec to
Monte Carlo, perhaps Rome. How-
fever,-if by any chance fighting starts
up again, I will perhaps be found
claiming my plot of ground six feet
by two, somewhere up along the
Klenzo Creme insures clean teeth
and healthy gums. Sold in Ocala only
! at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
I II SB
Stiff Resistance of Allies Near Arch Arch-v
v Arch-v angel Has Dampened Their
Archangel, Saturday, Feb. 15, (By
the Associated Press j. Ihe Bolshe Bolshe-viki
viki Bolshe-viki have made no attacks against the
Allies on tne Archangel front since
r'ebruary llthl Aiued airplanes re
port no troop movements behind the
enemy lines tne last lew days.
POLAND AND LITHUANLV AGREE
Berne, Sunday, Feb. 16, Poland
and Litnuania nave agreed that Che
Tenth German army snail be with
drawn from Litnuania and a Policy
army will occupy tne evacuated ter
MAY B POSTPONED
Memphis, Feb. 17- Malcomb Ar-
gas, wno proposed the holding of the
ivl reunion of the Confederate vet
erans in JMenplus, demeji today re reports
ports reports that the invitation extended the
veterans by Memphis had "been withT
drawn,. but said the suggestion was
made that it was probably advisable
to defer holding the reunion here until
the completion of the proposed munic municipal
ipal municipal auditorium. It is understood that
Savannah will invite the veterans if
the reunion is not held here.
Ottawa, Feb. 17. Sir Wilfrid Laur Laur-ier,
ier, Laur-ier, former premier of Canada, was
stricken with paralysis yesterday and
is unconscious today. His physicians
said the case seemed hopeless.
MEETING OF WOMAN'S CLUB
Saturday afternoon at the regular
fortnightly meeting of this organization,-Mrs-Rex.
-Todd, chairman of
education, had arranged one of the
mcst interesting and entertaining
programs of sthe entire season. After
the Usual preliminaries pertaining to
the opening exercises, the program
was .carried out. The building was
filled with club members and friends,
many being winter visitors from all
parts of the United States.
In introducing the speakers of the
afternoon, the chairman of this de department
partment department said: "It is fitting that edu education
cation education should be the subject discussed
by the educational committee. Our
program is a home-made one, as the
speakers are members of the Ocala
high school faculty, and so are at
home in Ocala. Our program will
consist of a series of talks comparing
our public school system with the
methods of educating the masses in
some other countries."
. There is an old saying that "varie "variety
ty "variety is the spice of life," and the talks
which "followed were certainly not
lacking in "spice."
Miss Booe was the first speaker on
the program and read an instructive
paper contrasting our system of edu education
cation education with that of- the English
schools. At the conclusion of her pa paper,
per, paper, little Miss" Alice Cullen came
forward, dressed as an English school
girl, which character she most fit fittingly
tingly fittingly represented.
, Miss Stone, the second speaker on
the program, who is the competent
teacher of French at the Ocala high
school, gave an intensely interesting
talk, taking for her subject the French
school. She treated her subject with
unusual ability and this well delivered
address was one of the especial treats
of the afternoon. Little Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Hocker, clad in a black gown,
represented a French school girL
' Miss Sheppard gave a fine talk on
the school system of Italy, her paper
showing careful thought and perfect
preparation. It was thoroughly en enjoyed.
joyed. enjoyed. Little Miss Livingston, clad
in the garments of the Italian school
girl, was a successful little represen representative.
tative. representative. '
Miss Scheine, who is a Russian by
birth, had for her subject the Russian
schools, and handled it so well that
she was, Very loudly applauded, and
at the conclusion of her talk she call called
ed called to the front Miss Carolyn Peyser,
who wore the Russian school girl's
The program was interspersed with
music, arranged by Miss Marguerite
Porter, chaiman of music and given
by the high school glee club, compos composed
ed composed of Nat Mayo, violin; Misses Kath Kathleen
leen Kathleen Leitner, Sarah Dehon, Marie
Robertson, Anna Belle Wesson, Cevie
Rcberts, Sarah Herndon, Winona
Lytle and Marguerite Edwards. The
musical program was complete in its
arrangement and reflected much cred credit
it credit on the instructor. The first number
was a violin solo, "Baracarolle, by
Miss Cevie Roberts and Nat Mayo. A
group of glee. songs by Misses Cevie
Roberts, Anna B. Wesson and James
VOL. 26, NO. 43
Not Later cthan March 13th, Acccrd-
inf to the Best Posted
ParisSunday, Feb. 16 The'Temps
today give i March 13th as the date
President Wilson is expected to arrive
in France after his visit home.
v- Copenhagen, Feb. 17, The Gennsa
government aunaay "night accepted
tee Ames' terms tor an extension cl
tne armistice, according to a Weimar
dispatch to tne PoiitiKen. The meet meeting
ing meeting at which the acceptance was decid decided
ed decided on was attended by tne leaders cl
the various parties, tne dispatch adds.
REPORT WAS WRONG
Paris, Sunday, Feb. 16. Reports of
a revolution at .Bucharest were denies
oy the itumaman press bureau here.
CONSENTS TO AMERICANS
TAKING A SHORT CUT
Washington, Feb. 16 Minister Gar Garrett,
rett, Garrett, at the Hague, has notified the
state department that the Nether Netherlands
lands Netherlands government has consented- to
aid in the return home of American
troops by permitting transhipment to
transports at Rotterdam of soldiers
brought down the Rhine.
SAVED THE LIVES
' OF MANY SOLDIERS
Washington, Feb. 16. The use cf
canned blood as one of the remark remarkable
able remarkable developments of surgery was de described
scribed described yesterday by the surgeon gen general's
eral's general's office for the benefit of families
c hundreds of soldiers whose' lives
were saved by blood transfusion.
During a' heavy attack it was im impossible
possible impossible to arrange for transfusions
direct from persons, so the fluid wa
drawn previously and stored on ice in
sterile flasks, then used in emergency
cases. By these methods many men
were returned to their families who
in previous wars would have lived
but a few. hours,' the statement said.
ENGLISH APPROVAL i
London, Feb. 16i London newspa
pers generally praise the draft cf the
league of nations. Many hail it as
the most important, most v memorable
document in history, and congratulate
the framers, especially President Wil
Mellon -and Nat Mayo were much en enjoyed.
joyed. enjoyed. One of the most 'beautiful numbers
on the program was a charming lit little
tle little folk dance by two pretty little
girls, Lucile Home and Mamie Sua
Spencer, both daintily clad in white
with trimmings of red stars. Their
graceful dancing caused many admir admiring
ing admiring comments.
Miss Porter spoke for "Cultural
Influence of Music in the Public
Schools," and urged her audience to
attend the musical. to be given at an
early date in this city by the "Metro "Metropolitan
politan "Metropolitan Opera."
The social half -hour was very pleas pleasant,
ant, pleasant, tea being served from a beau beautifully
tifully beautifully decorated tea table, which look looked
ed looked most inviting with its steaming
kettle and other accessories. Tha
hostesses for the afternoon were lira.
Ketchum, Mrs. Borland and Mrs. Fred
Hocker. They were assisted by Mrs.
Parry of Pittsburg, Pa and "Mrs.
Satterwhite of Lexington, Ky., two
charming winter visitors, and Misses
Grace Palmer, Elizabeth Hocker, Cal Cal-lie
lie Cal-lie Gissendaner and Elizabeth Ben Bennett.
nett. Bennett. The following resolutions werw
adopted by the club:
Inasmuch as the food administra administration
tion administration is today demobilized, and because
the women of this club realize the the-splendid
splendid the-splendid service cf- this organization,
both in providing the necessary food
for our armies and allies, and in
equalizing prices and distribution of
food at home; therefore be it
Resolved, That the Woman's Club
extend this expression of appreciation
ti Mr. Clarence Camp and his asso associate
ciate associate who have given Marion county
a year's food administration second to
none in the state, and have made it
possible for us to serve our country in
a consistent and effective manner in
the conservation of food.
Mrs. F. E. Wetherbee, Reporter.
A IVonflerfal Ccsl in
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Florida newspapers seem to have
forgotten the Marianna reform school.
Billy Sunday will begin his attempt
to eradicate the devil in St. Augus Augustine
tine Augustine March 4.
AhAttt.ho Altr nKi'inn w hov. frt
a tnira term lor Wilson is tnat ne
would probably keep Burleson in of-
nut;. ..... I
Every morning the United States
mail brings us mdre mail than we
have time to throw in the wastebas-
lCGle ': t '-.
Powell, in his punk paragraphs,
discouragingly says: "Never wear
r.r nii nnHrwp,r who ,ni inv
riHW Tis .nrpr mif
In Sunday's casualty list appears
among the names of those wounded
iTiv; ifit.-.nf William T. ; f!ai
next of kin, Mrs. Georgia Kingsley,
Bay Lake.-'".:- O-'
Dispatches say that Bernstorff will
not represent Germany at the peace
conference. iWe do not see how the
Germans could expect America and
the Allies' to believe anything Berji-
storff said. ;
The great South Florida Fair at
Ta'mpa begins today. A number of
Marion county people will attend, and
all who go may be sure 6f a good
time and seeing much that will in instruct
struct instruct them. v
If. Congress allows the measure
that reduces the pay of American pri private
vate private sohjiers to $15 a month' to be put
into effect, our congressmen will prove
themselves to; be the worst set of
pikers on the face of the earth.
The Palatka News scathingly says;
"Joe Earman in his Palm Beach Post
advises Florida democrats to stick to
their party. Funny, isn't it? Had Joe
stuck three years ago he'd hot now be
at the head of our state board of con control.",1;"
trol.",1;" control.",1;" -' -:
' Why universal 'military training?
The nation that knew the least about
warfare did the best fighting -St. Au Augustine
gustine Augustine Record., ;
Herb Felkel is the first person to
make the assertion that France was
not well posted in the art of war.
The story- comes from Germany
that the grand duke of Saxe-Weimar
passing near a group of common sol soldiers,
diers, soldiers, who "came between the wind
and his nobility, referred to them as
swine," and they overheard him and
gave him a good whipping, We hope
the story is true.
America is full of plans to improve
the condition of this class and that
class. And every improvement calls
for a raid on the public treasury and
another load on the taxpayers. It nev never
er never seems to occur to a reformer that
it is the duty of every class to improve
We find in the last report' of the
proceedings of the board of public in instruction
struction instruction the following paragraph:
"A communication was presented
from the state high school inspector
giving notice that in future high
schools would have to run nine months
in order to be accredited as senior
high schools by the' Southern Asso-l
ciation of High Schools."
We wonder what right the South Southern
ern Southern Association of High Schools has
to give orders to the Ocala high
school. Nine months schooling would
mean that our high school, beginning
as it does, about Sept. 20, would not
be out before the 4th .of July, unless
it cut out fits Christmas vacation.
What right has this bunch of Prus-
sians to keep dcala children in the
school rooms during the hottest part
of the year, and make another addi addition
tion addition to the heavy expenses already
borne by their parents? Didn't the
Star hit the nail on the head when it
invented the term, "educational autoc autocracy,"
racy," autocracy," a few months ago?
H. S. Glazier, representative from
Manatee county, says that at the en ensuing
suing ensuing session of the legislature, he
will introduce a bill fixing the mini
mum wage of public school teachers
at 75 a month. We don't think Mr.
Glazier has studied the subject very
closely. It is true that the average
school teacher Is worth $75 a month
and many are worth more, but many
are worth less. At any rate, the leg
islature has. no business fixing the
salaries of county school teachers.
That should be left to the county
school boards ; If Marion county has
tc pay its teachers a mimimum of ?75
a month, a number of little country
schools will have to be suspended.
Some of these schools are for, white
children in thinly settled localities,
where there are only a few scholars
to a school. The only way the school
board can maintain these schools is to
employ teachers who have families or
friends in the neighborhood, with
whom, they live or can board at low
rate, in many cases; one teacner could
teach two of these schools, if it were
not for the fact that they are miles
apart. Also, there are a considerable
number of negro schools, where only
the lower grades are taught, .and
where the teachers, so far from be being
ing being worth or needing $75 a month, are
not worth half the money and can liyw
comfortably on halo it A minimum
wage of $75 would make Marion and
many other counties shut a number of
their schools and cut down the wages
of the 'superior teachers in order to
raise the wages of the inferior, or else
add beyond all reason to fthe tax
rate. Mr. Glazier and his brother
legislators had better leave the-matter
of paying teachers' salaries to the
county school boards.
French and Germans are bitter ene enemies,
mies, enemies, yet the French, in that part of
- I. i t .
Germany wmcn ineir armies are now
. to TV A
Jnendly with the Germans who try to
i)i xriciiuiy wun uicnij particularly,
, , ,
tney do not discourage r rencn sol soldiers
diers soldiers from keeping company with
German girls, It is just the other
way in that part of Germany occu occupied
pied occupied by Americans. Our men are not
allowed to be in the least social with
i a u:
w"" 1S iirumpwy
Pu under arrest. It seems to the
star thaUthis is very foolish. To be
friendly with the people among whom
they are camped will make their stay
-. 1 t- I A-J- ...
"way xrom nome mucn less eoioua
" our- men, and if the French can
afford to exchange courtesies with, the
Germans, it i3 certain the Americans
The' Ocala Star suggests that in
order to use a German battleship we
could -put on board the Interstate
i Commerce Commission and all the
railroad commissions and then let
them sail "around and around and
around.", But that might make them
dizzier than they are now. Times Times-Union.'
Union.' Times-Union.' What's the difference, so long as
they have to quit making the people
We would we had seen the touching
I scene at the state prison farm when
Sim Blitch had his choir of colored
girls stand up and sing "God Be With
You Till We Meet Again" for the de de-i
i de-i parting editor of the. Ocala Star!
: Tampa Tribune. '
You might have been in the vicinity
' if your neighbors had got wise' to
you in time. We met ; some other
'prominent citizens of Tampa during
the day. Y 1
' The old-time moonshine still was
hidden in the woods or mountains,
but the down-to-date article will prob
ably make its home in the big city.
- Contrary to the popular opinion, it is
j more difficult to hide a still in the
! mountains than elsewhere. One reason
forthis is that in a mountain country
revenue officers can climb a peak or
range and spot every smoking chim chimney
ney chimney for miles. Another is that in the
! mountains it is practically impossible
! to make moonshine away from run running
ning running water, and the water will carry
the fumes of the liquor for a long dis distance.
tance. distance. Once let the "revenuers" smell
booze while crossing a creek or branch
and they will follow, the scent to its
source. Florida pinewoods and
swamps are better adapted for stills
than the mountains, but the forests
of buildings in big cities will prove to
be the best place yet for both manu manufacture
facture manufacture and distribution This is part partly
ly partly proven by the big still discovered
in Chattanooga the other day, and
which was only found by accident."
FOR THE BOY WHO
STAYS IN FRANCE
America rejoices, but I my lips, are
For me no martial music,
No thrilling beat of drum
. Can stir responsive gladness,
Since now can never come
My boy sailed to fight in France,
My heart is numb.
America rejoices in victory's just
i My boy, too, has triumphant calm calm-Calm
Calm calm-Calm yet with a new lease
Of life and wondrous helpfulness
Forever to increase
. His soul stirs mine to victory's joy,
'And grief shall cease.
Riley M. Fletcher Berry.
APPRECIATES THE EDITOR
Perhaps we shouldn't publish the
following, but, like everybody else, we
are a bit conceited at times:
Columbus, Ga., Feb. 14, 1919.
Star Publishing Company: Find en enclosed
closed enclosed my check in renewal of m
subscription for the Star. To part
with it seems like losing an old friend,
and I involuntarily say, not yet
hence the check. During my recent
sojourn in Ocala I did not have the
pleasure of meeting the editor, but
from his editorials, etc., I feel like
I have known him a loner time. I ad
mire his style; when necessary, he
dips his pen in caustic and hews to the
line regardless of where the chins
may fly; from the governor down,
none can claim exemption when truth
and right are at stake.
, Yours very truly,
Henry C. Cameron.
- Twenty-eieht thousand winter visi
tors have come to St. Petersburg so
far this season. There are more than
2000 in excess of last season up to
date. The season there is just now at
its best and visitors will continue to
come for two months longer
NEEDED IN FRANCE
m w S
While certain branches of the work
the National War Work Council of
the Y, M. C. A. has been doing for some
time are being curtailed, one type of
service is being called upon for more
co-operation than ever before. Al Although
though Although for some time there have been
approximately 400 to 500 entertainers
in France, many difficulties have sur surrounded
rounded surrounded this type of service and the
thousands of shows which have been
given In France have only been put
over,, in spite of-almost superhuman
difficulties. Now, however; with the
period of demobilization forcing upon
the Army new problems has a real
spirit of co-operation been shown by.
the Army authorities. Therefore, Gen General
eral General "Pershing has detailed Colonel
Kelly, from his own Staff, to act as
entertainment officer for the A. E. F.,
which position places him -as the liai liaison
son liaison officer between the Army and the
"Y" Entertainment Bureau In Paris.
. Theatres and large buildings are be being
ing being taken over,- mechanics supplied by
the Army are putting them Into opera
tion and the "Y- is producing shows,
given by soldier talent alone, and also
dramatic and vaudeville performances
and i miscellaneous musical programs,
the personnel of all of which must be
recruited from this country. 1
Owing to the large number of men
in the Army with entertainment abil ability,
ity, ability, tnb effort Is. being made to send
men1 from this side. Women, however,
are wanted for these positions In large
numbers. 125 must be sent out from
this country every month, which will
require the co-operation .of every re recruiting
cruiting recruiting agency throughout the coun country,
try, country, i All entertainers are supplied with
uniforms, Life, Accident and Health
Insurance, transportation, and aliow
$150.00 per month for living expense?
In France. I
. The women should be preferably be between
tween between the ages of 23 and 30, neat and
attractive and possessed of a pro pronounced
nounced pronounced ability In their particular line.
The field for entertainment now
reaches from the coast towns in
France right up and into Germany, for
while the "Y" -cannot do much with
the Army of Occupation in the way of
Canteen, it ? can supply entertainment
and is; doing so n an increasingly
large scale. Information may be ob obtained
tained obtained "from V.'..C. King, Peters Build Building,
ing, Building, Atlanta, Ga.
! Private to Judge Privates.
The French senate Is being urged
to resurrect from Its "grave" "on the
table" a bill passed some two years
ago by the chamber which provides
that 'every defendant before a court court-martial
martial court-martial must have at least two Judges,
of his own rank. The so-called Bona Bonaparte
parte Bonaparte code of 1857, now in use, pro provides
vides provides this for officers, but not for pri privates
vates privates or noncommissioned officers, and
in fact no one below the rank of cor corporal,
poral, corporal, and only one of that grade sits
on the Judges bench at present.
Army of Big Men.
The men In the present American
army 'are -larger .than those serving In
previous wars. Ikrger sizes of shoes
and clothing are continually being
called for. Records in the quartermas quartermaster's
ter's quartermaster's corps show that a size larger than
ever before is being demanded In blous blouses,
es, blouses, shirts and breeches. The stal stalwart
wart stalwart Americans,,, la the universal comment-Europe
makes in regard to our
Talking Through His Hat.
"There, sir, you have absolutely the
last word In straw hats, said the smil smiling
ing smiling salesman, as he finally succeeded
In putting one over on Mr. Hennpeck.
"Thank goodness, I got it at last. If
It did cost me $4," remarked the meek
one, as the started -home to let his
wife disapprove his purchase.
Said It to Others.
Llfe without you would be a hollow
Pooh; pooh. Tve heard that before.
"But you've never heard me say It
"No. That's because I'm abor
avesl mppj ng.
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Hje Ear, Nose and
Throat,' Law Library Building, Ocala,
OCALA FRATERHAL ORDERS
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of PP hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec- i
ond and fourth Fridav. Visiting sov-
e reigns are always welcome.
W. W. Stripling, C. a
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
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. McCa skill. Secretary.
IL A. IL CHAPTER NO. 13
Ren-ular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. IL, on the first
Friday in every month at 7:30 ps m.
J. A. Bouvier, XL P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
IL, meets on the first and thiro
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock Tiitil further notice.
H. O. Cole, W. LL
Jake Brown, Secretarv.
&IIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE NO. 15
Miriam .Rebekah Lodge No. .15
meets the first and third Monday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month in the Odd Fel Fellows',
lows', Fellows', hall at 7:30 o'clock, s.
Claire Moremen, N. G.
Eloise Bouvier, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge N No. 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, xnets
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 postoffire, east side.
a w. Hunter, E. R.
E. J. Crock, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions,
held every Monday evening at yw
at the Castle Hall, over the G. C.
Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial wel welcome
come welcome to visiting brothers.
W. W. Stripling, C C
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
ORDER Or EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mn. Isabel Wesson, W. IL
Mrs. Susn Cook, Secretary.
Iclver & lacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALUERS
' nrrr vrsa it mi
1 APAI A 171 ATlinl I
When a. change fraoi
coffee seems desireiMe
Tor any reason and
you want fco geb your
moneys worth in satis-
Try its ypijxssljF; rmyou.Ti
Eo Co JOIIPBJ l COo
Fimerd Directors and Embalraers
A'UT HEAESE SERVICE
We deliver caskets free anywhere in the county.
Calls promptly answered night or day.
AYILBUR C SLIIT0 SAII 0. PYLES, JR.
Day Phone 10 Night Phones 223 and 423
We are now ready to offer 0BEAN SEED,
Wadwcll and Davis Kidney Wax per bu. 314.
ValcnOae and other green beans per buv $13.
Also have Fresh Peas, Water Melon, Canta Cantaloupe,
loupe, Cantaloupe, Cucumber and other seeds."
OCALA SEED STORE'
. .600 AOES
GOOD.LATJD FCP. SAIE CH UER
Sin -Miles -Norlh ol Ocala on Ocala Ocala-Cralnsville
Cralnsville Ocala-Cralnsville HdacL
Will -Hient AH of PzzL
. Apply to
IV. H. HAGLAND, MANAGER
Just as are all our other auto sup supplies.
plies. supplies. To say that-yoa get your supplied-
here is to show that you know
what your car or you should have and
where to get it at its best and at the
right price. ,' ,
' GOODRICH "EXCLUSIVELY"
107 Oklawsixa Avenue
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OCALA EVENING. STAR, MONDAY. FEBHUART 17. 1919
DIRECT FROM OUR FISHING
BOATS TO YOU!
Delicious, fresh caught Dry
Salt Fish direct to the consumer
by prepaid parcel post or express
15 lbs. for $2.00
Special price on barrel lots
The Lenjen Season coming,
Fish-will be scarce, order now
before, prices advance,
THE ST. GEORGE CO. IKC.
St. George on the Gulf
OCALA OCCURRENCES crapr E k
JOHN AND JACK.
Miss Cecile Hadsock of York, has
gone to Dunnellon to nurse Mrs- R. H.
Sanders, who is very ilL
I Oh, Johnny was once a luxurious boy.
Mr. Fred Hocker is suffering: from On fashion's attire he Insisted.
a broken wrist, caused from cranking
his car. '
A pink tea afforded him generous Joy Joy-Till
Till Joy-Till one day he went out and enlisted.
Oh, you wouldn't know Jack
Were he now to come back
Saturday, Feb. 22nd, 1919, being a
"legal holiday (Washington's birth-
dcrsigned banks of this city will be
closed for business on that day.
The Commercial Bank.
The Ocala National Bank.
The Munroe & Chambliss
Coming Feb. 19
1 Chevrolet New Tires $450
1 Ford Roadster $275
1 4 Buick new tires $250
1 Olds 8 new tires
1 Ford Touring
1 Ford Truck
1 Ford Roadster
Watch this list change
lit Sales Co.
' PHONE 348
Imnorted nerfumes. Dterkiss. Azu-i With his rugged complexion of tan.
rea, Mary Garden Sachets. Face paw-' ,?u
ders, toilet waters, etc. Complete line.
Anti-MonoDoly Drug Store. 1016t
On.hIs muscular hands.
And Jack is a regular mam
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Weathers are
expected to arrive this afternoon for
a ten days' visit to Mr. Weathers'!
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers.
Mis? Victoria Raysor is spending a
few days in town, the. guest' of her
brother, Mr. Henry Raysor and fam family
We regret to learn that Sheriff
Coleman of Sumter county lost ihs
estimable wife a few days agoi she
having died at their home at Bush Bush-nell.
nell. Bush-nell. 1 '
Oh, Johnny could dance with unwearying
Hose petals he dropped in his tea.
He loitered through life at an indolent
Till he made the trip over the sea sea-Ob,
Ob, sea-Ob, you wouldn't know Jack,
As bis boot make's a track
That is rugged and broad in its span.
His beard won't behave.
He has no time to shave.
But he sure is a regular man.
Washington Evenlnff Star.
CHURCH SERVICE Oil RIVER
Floating Edifice Adapted to Needs of
His Parishioners Is Idea of an
Candy for the whole family. Five
cents to three dollars a box. Jacobs',
sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drug
You are as big "aS the
things you can do no
Is your eyesight "Dig"
enough for you?
. 1 Dr. K. J. Weihe,
With Weihe Co., Jewelers, Ocala, Fla.
The most Interesting floating church
In the United Kingdom is' the church
on the fens at Holme, near 'Peterbor 'Peterborough.
ough. 'Peterborough. '
It waserected by Rev, G. M. Broke,
because the ordinary parish .church
was too far from some of his parish parish-loners.
1 The Interior of this church-boat Is
, SO feet long, 9 feet wide and 7 feet
high. It was Impossible to buna it
Mr. and Mrs." Arthur S. Perry and
' Mr, and Mrs. Fred W. King will
motor to Ocala from Jacksonville, ar
riving early Wednesday .morning to
be the guests of Mrs. Annie Van De De-man
man De-man for a week at the Ocala House.
Everybody js looking forward with CT0SS the boat lg fltted ex
pleased anticipation to Uie Pfrtom- actiy uke a church, with miniature
ance 01 rom rom at me xerapie eu- fnnf oct nrt th tiniest nf
None of the Inhabitants live more
than a mile from the river and the
three or four stations at which the
church stops. An endeavor Is made
tn ftllnw vprv stntlnn tn have at least
Moultrie Thomas, who entered one one Rnndav afternoon service a month.
of the naval training camps last sum- boat noldg 45 pe0ple. but in the
mer, has received his discharge, and n1TmTUP thM-P are often Inst as manv
win now iaKe a posiuon wun une ui
the railroads running out'of Atlanta.
HA3IS 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.
4-tf . Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
Don't fret. Get a handy auto cleaner
from the Anti-Monopoly and you can
'clean your car with ease. 10-6t
Henry W. Savage's
nesday evening. It is conceded to be
the best play of its class on the road.
Johnston's "Quintette' Chocolate
Assortment, The Court Pharmacy. 17
A. E. GERIG
The many friends of Messrs. Clar Clarence,
ence, Clarence, Jack and Clifton Camp regret to
learn that their sister, Mrs. George
F. Armstrong, is dangerously ill in
New York. Mr. Jack Camp left yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon to be with his sister,
and every one trusts that he will find
her greatly improved.
The Ocala Iron Works is doing
more business of late than it has since
the closing down of the phosphate
mines, more than four years ago. A
few of -the mines have opened up and
others will soon follow. This business
i3 increasing, but. the plant has built i
up a very large general business and
ii needing more men all the time.
If you want real foot comfort wear
Dr. Scholl's "Right and Left" Socks.
For sale only at Little's Shoe Par Parlor.
lor. Parlor. , 13-tf
on the bank, for when the boat win windows
dows windows are open It is an 'easy matter
to follow the service.
ELECTROCUTE THE FLY
- AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Koney than any other
contractor In the city.
RATrS Twenty-five words
or les 8 one time 25 cents;
three times 50 cents; six
times 75 cents. Over twenty-five
words, and under fif fifty,
ty, fifty, double above rate.
This rate is for consecutive
insertions. Special rate by
the m mth. Try them out.
Mr. CC. Bennett, the new district
traveling man for. the Standard. Oil
electrocution cf flics
An electric chair, so to speak, for
every home, has been devised for the
benefit of our old enemies, the flies.
company, located in Ocala, is very The illustration shows the contrivance.
popular here and will be a valuable; Bait Is placed, and "live" wires so qe-
man for the company. Mr. Bennett; vised that before he gets to the former
made a great many friends here; the voracious fly will surely be elec-
while representing the Wilson and, trocuted by the latter.
Toomer Fertilizer .company.
The Belleview people took advant advantage
age advantage of hearing Rev. W. H. Wrighton
yesterday and greeted him with a
It costs 279,803 a year "to run" the
house of commons. Including 208,000
for members salaries and 44,5G7 to
crowded house. Mrs. Wrighton wasJ work house of lord3 For the com.
received at the JNorth Ucaia cnurcn
o JjJ L
by a-full house and much good work
was 'done. The Sunday school was
reorganized and. promises to. continue
with encouraging success. Both Mr.
and Mrs. Wrighton are becoming
quite popularly known in our city and
NORRIS "Gold Box," the superfine
candy. The Court Pharmacy. 17-eod
Bert Lytell in "Hitting the High
Spots" is the attraction at the Tem Temple
ple Temple this evening. Bert Lytell is al almost
most almost as good as Wallace Reid, and
I puts in a few wrinkles that Wallace
has not thought of. He made a great
hit in. a -picture that appeared a few
weeks ago, ever since which our movie
fsns have been anxious to see him
again. k '
Although' our society department
has been discontinued, our former so society
ciety society reporter, Mrs. F. E. Wetherbee,
often extends the paper welcome as
sistance. She is official reporter for
the Woman's Club 'and writes up their
meetings. Mrs. Wetherbee was always
enterprising and "? conscientious and
took a professional pride in her work.
, Ladies, we have another shipment
of those Roxbury Household Rubber
Gloves, sizes 6 to 8, at fifty cents the
pair. Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Charlie Hunter seems to be trying
to revive 'his famous baseball team.
He is consorting quite freely-and fre frequently
quently frequently with Norton Davis, Welch
Dewey, Frank Harris, Laurie Izlar
and other old-time Ocala champions,
and they act like they had a hen on.
A bunch of the redblooded swatters
and rooters will meet at the board of
trade this evening, and "all who want
to give baseball a boost should be
Anew 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
ing year, the lords are putting on an
extra Item of. 1300 for six reporters.
as they are now Issuing their debates
dally, like the house of commons. In
view of the fact that the commons,
who hold many and long sittings, can
manage, with 12 reporters, the lords,
who sit neither early nor very often,
are doing themselves welL London
Lesson In Punctuation.
At school one day the English In In-structor'put
structor'put In-structor'put on the blackboard for his
pupils' to punctuate what appeared to
be a meaningless Jumble ; of words.
At first glance it appeared to be an. un un-solvable
solvable un-solvable riddle,, but several minutes
thought and the proper punctuation
marks made It clear enough.
The sentence was as fellows: "That
that Is is that that Is not Is, not Is not
that It It is." When corrected it read:
That that Is, is; that that Is not. Is
not Is not that It?, It Is."
Adoption of Standard Time.
The United States adopted standard
time In 1883, on the initiative of the
American Railway association, and at
noon of November 18 of that year .the
telegraphic signals sent out dally from
the naval observatory at Washington
were changed to the new system. There
was no other change In time until the
daylight saving went into, effect this
year when the time was advanced one
hour all over the country.
Real vs.'Fa!se 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-tical
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it may sulk on you all the
remainder of the 'season.
OCALA ICE AND PAflflNG COMPANY
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Bought and Sold
We Pay the Highest Cash Prices.
Write for Prices to
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" SPECIAL COMPANY ORCHESTRA
Women Workers Satisfactory.
More than '500 girls already have
supplanted men In clerical positions
In St. Louis banks. Women are more
thnr. mfltlnp rrod In thplr new POSl-
say the women are more efiacient than
the men were. The only objections of
employers to female help, according to
St. Louis men, is a state law prohibiting
more than an eiht-hour day for wom
iMRY Wo-SAVAGE'S OWN PPJlUCflOFJ
l"Jhich is a Gold Bond Guaraelee
So to Speak.
"Didn't you tell me you were Mlsa
Trt' first rhnlfpr "In Jl WAV. I WOSX
t tho rfiwni of her hand.
11. SIM WO. BOXES 82.50.
PLUS YAR TTAJ'.
OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY FEBRUARY 17. 1919
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
"BABY CHIX"' All breeds,
any quantity, Range Bred,
live, healthy, vigorous chicks
from a line of 200 egg hens.
Prices no more than ordinary
chicks. Delivery guaranteed.
Office, 313 Masonic Temple,
J. C. Williams, Mgr.
Miss Dorothy Schaub of Chicago is
the guest of Miss Winnie Hunt."
Mrs. H. S. Wesson spent the week
end at the lake with Mr. Wesson.
FOR SALE One Ford touring car,
thoroughly overhauled; new, tires, new
seat covers new top; re-paitned. Eve Everything
rything Everything in first class condition. Price,
$450. Ocala Iron Works, Ocala. 17-6t
COW LOSTA small red half Jersey,
now being milked; has short chain
around horns. No marks or brand,
strayed from North. Ocala Saturday
morning, Feb. 15th. A reasonable re reward
ward reward will be paid for, her return to
J. J. Sanders at union station or phone
FOR SALE Used Salt. We have sev sev-era
era sev-era ltons of salt that we have used
for curing meat that we will sell for
50c. per 100 lbs. f. o. b. Ocala. Ocala
Ice & Packing Co. 2-15-5t
LATEST LOCALS! Sergeant est Blair Corporal
i Vv ill Hood and Private W ill Owen, all
veterans of Company A, are hone
again, arriving Sunday afternoon
from Camp Gordon. These young men
before leaving Camp Wheeler were
transferred to the headquarters com company
pany company of the 124th Infantry, and with
it went to France arriving some time
in October. Before the regiment could
reach the firing line, the armistice
was signed, which to their great re regret
gret regret prevented their seeing any fight fighting.
ing. fighting. They had lots" of hard work, how however.
ever. however. The 124th was split "into bat battalions
talions battalions "and the battalion these bcrys
vere with was added to the 323th In Infantry,
fantry, Infantry, with which they returned to
the United States. Their friends are
very glad to have, these fine young
men home again.
Mr. Edward Tucker returned last
evening from his mission to Chicago.
The friends of Mrs. Van Engelken
will be sorry to learn that she has
yeen ill for the past week.
NORRIS "Trophy Box", of choco chocolates
lates chocolates and confections. v The Court
Lieut. C, H. Lloyd left Sunday for
Atlanta, after a very brief leave of
absence spent with Mrs. Lloyd
Mrs. H. C. Williams, who has been
living on Orange avenue, expects to
move ta Dunnellon, where she will
make her future home.
FOR RENT On Orange avenue, a
practically new house, five large
rooms with' modern improvements;
large garden and nice garage. For in information,
formation, information, telephone 39 or 212, Or Orange
ange Orange avenue.. 2-1 4-6 1
FOR'SALE One used 19x7 model
Maxwell touring car. Run less than
5000 miles. A-l mechanical condition.
No terns. Must be cash. Hurry if you
want it. Call or write the Maxwell
Repair Shop, L.,E. Yonce, Ocala. 13-6t
WANTED A medium sized residence
3ith garden and place for chickens.
Would prefer one not too close to the
business section of town. Apply to
Box 164, city. 13-6t
FORD FOR SALE A first class
Ford touring car for sale cheap. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Maxwell Agency or L. E.
Yonce. ,.; 13-6t
FOR RENT House rent, with gar garden
den garden t spot f ree to married couple with
automobile. For further information,
phone 260. ... 12-6t
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 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 v
LOST A pair of gold rim spectacles
in black case marked Weihe "Y." Lost
either in city or on Silver Springs
road. Reward to finder. Notify the
Star office. -17-3t
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. f ll-12t
WANTED We offer one individual
representative, or any ladies' aid, mis missionary,
sionary, missionary, church or woman's club, in
each town, exclusively, a cqnservaiive,
dignified, permanent means of income.
U. S. Carbon Co.," Birmingham, Ala Alabama.'
bama.' Alabama.' 20-lm
WANTED All kinds of, second nand
furniture, guns, beds, etc. Notify
me and I will send for them. J. W.
Hunter, Gunsmith, South Main St. tf
' 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 ParJor. 7-tf
Mr. Leroy Bridges, who is attending
the University of Florida, spent the
week-end with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. E. Bridges.
If you feel your bones aching ;get a
box of Rexal Cold Tablets at Gerig's
Drug Store. It may prevent your
having "flu." tf
Mr. Jerry Burnett is driving a
spanking new Chevrolet car which he
bought a few days ago from the
Ocala Iron Works garage.
Mrs. S. Schussler and infant son,
who have been staying with Mrs. H.
C. Jones for the past month, have
returned to their home in Jackson Jacksonville.
The Wednesday club will not meet
this week until Friday, when- it will
play at the Washington birthday af af-fair
fair af-fair which is to be held at the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club.
Fifty, leading brands of cigars are
n sale at' the Anti-Monopoly Drug
store. From five cents to thirty cents
Miss Claudia Allen of Atlanta, ar arrived
rived arrived in Ocala Sunday. Miss Allen is
the new milliner for the Style Hat
Shop. While liere'she will be at the
Arms house. v
Mr. R. E. Chandler, head of the
mechanical department of the Univer University
sity University of Florida, was in town Saturday,
locking over the electric plant. lie
will make a report later. The city is
now receiving its current entirely
from the old engines, one at the new
plant and two at the old. The Skinner
er.gine is out of business, with a bife;
bunch of its shattered parts piled
alongside of it. -Inspection of the
broken machinery indicated that the
engine is structurally weak.' At least
one of the slashed parts is not nearly
strong as the same part on engines
of less, than half the power.
Another shipment of NORRIS Stick
Candy and Peanut Brittle just in at
The Court Pharmacy. 17-eod
The young ladies' class of the
Christian church have elected Mrs. J.
E. Ghace as teacher for the coming
year, and under her careful supervis supervision
ion supervision and cheerful management, have
determined upon a year of united
study, in, which they hope for splen splendid
did splendid results. The class will meet at
the residence of Mrs. Chace Tuesday
afternoon for organization, and are
entering into the year's plans with
enthusiastic interest. ?
The friends of Mr. Clarence Blalock
are. welcoming him home again after
his sojourn in thearmy. Mr. Blalock
has just received his discharge from
Camp Wheeler. V
Mrs. : Jas. E. 5 Johnson and two little
daughters, Sarah Love and Lucy, will
arrive today from Sanf ord to make
Mrs. Johnson's sister, Mrs L. W. Pon Ponder
der Ponder a visit.
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
Mr. James Pyles has purchased
from the city the small strip of, land
which adjoined his home property and
South Fourth street, where the street
was recetnly opened.
Mrs. Mary A. Gill en is visiting her
son, Patsy Gillen, a student of the
University of Florida. While'' in
Gainesville, she is the truest of her
f friend, Mrs. D. W. Hall.
You don't have to telephone to find
out when your prescription will be
delivered. We fill them as the doctor
Writes them and send them out promt promt-ly,
ly, promt-ly, Gerig's Drug Stor tf
Sheriff Galloway, Messrs. Willard
Blood, John Spencer, H. W. Tucker,
Ciook and others, who have been on a
hunting trip in Gulf Hammock, have
returned, reporting fair success.
: : V
Officers, tan, pink, blue and white
stationery. At the Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. v 10-Gt
. A telegram received this morning
by Mr. and .Mrs. Clarkson states that
Ensign Robert Clarkson accompanied
by his friend, Lieut. Beasley, U. S. N.,
will arrive Wednesday for a well well-earned
earned well-earned furlough. This is the first
time in two years that Ensign Clark Clarkson
son Clarkson has been home and his -many
friends will be glad to welcome him
, The concerts and lecture, for the
benefit of the Palestine-Syria Chil Children's
dren's Children's Aid Society, at the Temple yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon and evening, were
excellent and largely attended. The
illustrated lecture was interesting and
instructive, and the beautiful music
by Miss Porter's choirs was greatly
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. MacK!ay and Dr.
William King of Detroit, Mich., who
arrived in Ocala last week, have re returned
turned returned to Detroit, Mr. MacKay hav having
ing having been called home unexpectedly.
Mr. and Mrs. MacKay are friends of
Mrs. Ford Rogers, and had expected
to spend the remainder of the, winter
Major'and Mrs. Joseph Kilgour and
Miss Grand of Toronto, Canada, are
expected to arrive Friday. Major Kil Kilgour
gour Kilgour is coming for the hunting, while
the ladies will enjoy the southern
climate. Mrs. Kilgour was formerly
Mrs. Bright and is well remembered,
having been the guest of Mrs. Her Herbert
bert Herbert Ford.
Dr. Wm. M. Richardson celebrated
his eighty-eighth birthday very pleas pleasantly
antly pleasantly at his home Saturday from 3
to 6 o'clock, during whica time many
friends called to pay their re-pects
and wish, their much esteemed friend
many happy returns of the day.
There was pleasant intercourse, re repartee
partee repartee and a delightful season of
friendly greeting, after which am
broiiia and cake were served.
Dr. Richardson, a native of North
Caiol'na, comes of very distinguished
family and has many warm friends
all over ths South who will be delight--cJ
to know of his continued gooa
health and of this pleasant milestone
in his life. He has practiced medicine
for about fifty years, being a graduate
oi the North Carolina University and
of Jefferson Medical Institute of
Guests present were Mr. and Mrs.
Fir.sier of Virginia, Rev. and Mrs. J.
H. Herndon, Mrs. W. L. Ditto, Mrs. E.
C. Thompson, Mrs. Blalock, Mrs. W.
L. Scott, Dr. and Mrs. Lane, Mrs. G.
I. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Leitner,
Mrs. Lindey of Dunnellon, Rev. Mr.'
Crago, Mrs. Edward Drake, Mrs. J. A.
Bouvier, Miss Eloise Bouvier, Miss
Minnie Jones of New Jersey, Mrs. L.
T. Izlar, Mrs. T. M. Moore, Mrs. M.
M. Little and Mrs. R. I. Barnett.
Among many much appreciates re remembrances
membrances remembrances in honor of this occasion
wes an original poem by one of the
Eighty-Eight Beautiful Years
Eighty-eight beautiful years!
And here we meet today,
Tor pnuse while we honor
This milestone on life's way.
Eighty-eight beautiful years!
Of service ever good
Of lifting other's burdens
In life's great brotherhood.
Eiphty-cight beautiful years!
To shadows past to dread,
A heart still, young and hopeful,
A golden glow ahead.'
Eighty-eight beautiful years!
A life that knows not fear,
A fragrance 'round it shedding
Like benedictions here.
Eighty-eight beautiful years!
Long may the sunbeams play
Around thy path among us
As they have done- today.
Visit our store. Our fountain is
loaded with good things to dring. The
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 10-6t
CAftD PARTY AND DANCE
February 21st, 19191732-1919
Henry W.Sayage offers
TH COMIC OPERA
0 iPi" P 0fr1
FORD TOURING CAR
AT A BARGAIN
' Tliprouglily overhauled and re repainted,
painted, repainted, and in first class condi-
I tion throughout. New tires, new
top, new seat coversr
OCALA IROrf WORKS GARAGE
Lieut. Robert Allen Burford, wife
and children, are on their way from
Philadelphia, and are expetced here
tomorrow for a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
R. A. Burford. Lieut. Burford, during
the war, did his part toward curbing
the Hun on the seas, and now expects
to soon be able to resume his business
Under the auspices oi the civic
committee of the Ocala Woman's
Club, 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
ceiebrate 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
G o'clock. Admission, 25 cents. In
the evening from 8:30 to 12 o'clock,
Mr. and Mrs. George 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.
Pressure of Water.
The pressure of water per square
Inch is .433 pounds per foot of head.
A fathom being G feet, the pressure
per square Inch, at 5 fathoms would
be 12.01) pounds, at 10 fathoms 23.98
pounds, at 13 fathoms 33.97 pounds,
and nt 20 fathoms, 51.90 pounds.
LOOK THIS LIST OVER
Homemade all Pork Sausage
Armour's Devonshire Farm Sausage
Plantation Style Breakfast Bacon
Cold Boiled Ham, Sliced
Dried Beef, Wafer Sliced
Old Fashioned Buckwheat Flour
. O.K. TEAPOT
o O u O O O Zt 3.- s.- vS- -o-' -3-- vt.- d Lr
1 MEAT W1TM GAS l"'x
NO DIRT NO DUST 1 NO SMOKE
The THERMOPHORE Radiant Gas Heater Is the
Best and Most Economical Made.
A Full Line of Resnor and Hot Spot Heaters.
Let Us Demonstrate These To You.
FLOEIBA UTILITIES .XO.
W Harrington Block, Fort King; Are.
? OCALA, FLORIDA.
J Mrs. O. Clardy of Talladega, Ala.,
who has been on a visit to her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs.'W. O. Massey, re returned
turned returned home Saturday. She came
especially to visit with her brother,
Mr. Como Massey and wife, who are
here from New York.
Mrs. Bessie Hammack left Sunday
for Columbia, S." C. She had just re received
ceived received word that. her son, Eagleton,
was sick at Camp Jackson. After aj
short stay in Columbia, she will go to
Clinton, S. C, to see her two children,'
who are in the Thornhill orphanage
Miss Clara Kibler, who attends the
Woman's College, returned to the col college
lege college Thursday after a short visit to J
her home in Dunnellon, where she'
went to recuperate from an attack of
Mr. Ravmond Reeves, a hustling
young citizen of Denver, Colo., is ini
town visiting Mr. E. H. Martin.
Messrs. Reeves and Martin were'
classmates at Cumberland University.
PEDRO SCHOOL REPORT
Pedro, Feb. 13r The following nam-i
ed pupils have not been absent dur during
ing during the month beginning January 13
and ending February 10th:
Mary Proctor, Cora Proctor, Louise
Perry, Doris Perry, James Procter,
Robert Shaw, Leslie "Smith, Clarence
Smith, Carroll "Proctor, Gladys Shaw,
Bertha Shaw Jennie aMtlock, Perry
Lovell. Lillian Batchellor,
J. M. Mann,
Use the unclassified ads. It "pays.
DAILY HEALTH TALKS
A Single Remedy Often Curei
BY VALENTINE MOTJT, M. D.
It 13 almost impossible to give a list oi
the endless diseases that follow indigestion.
Perhaps a whole column in this newspapa
would be required to print them alL You
cat to keep alive to supply blood and flesh
and bone end muscle and braint It is easy
to see that if your food h not digested and
taken up by the delicate organs and dis distributed
tributed distributed where it is needed, a-disease ol
some sort is sure to come. Dyspepsia is a
common symptom, and so are liver com
plaint, Ios3 of llcsh, nervousness, badj
memory, dizziness, sleeplessness, no appe- J
tite. Many times, when neglected, indi indices
ces indices tion results in coughs, throat diseases,
catarrh, bronchitis and even more danger-
OU3 things. And all these disorders arise
because the food Is not properly digested
in the stomach. It is ph 'm even to a child
that relief and cure arc to be had only by
setting up a healthy condition in the stem-',
ach. Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y.f many ;
years ago combined a number of vegetable
growths into a temperance remedy for in-!
digestion, ana cauea h ooiacn jueaicai
Discovery. It is probably the most ef efficacious
ficacious efficacious discovery ever made in medicine.
for the list of people all over the world who
have had their countless ilia overcome by
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
makes en amazing total of thousands.
I know of no advice better than this:
Begin a home treatment today with this
good vegetable medicine. It will show
you better than I cr.n tell you what it will do.
When taking Goldctf Medical Discovery,
you can rest assured of one very important
thing it contains" neither alcohol nor
oniatec There Is nothing in it but
We arc now prepared to furnish you with
a great variety of the best labor saving
Farming Tools. Our line is complete
with a big line of
BRINLY AND BLUEBIRD PLOWS, .
MOONE RIDING PLOWS,
MOIiNE RIDING DISC PLOWS,
INTERNATIONAL DISC RIDING CULTIVA CULTIVATORS,
TORS, CULTIVATORS, SIX SHOVEL RIDING CULTIVA CULTIVATORS,
TORS, CULTIVATORS, DISC, DRAG AND SPRING SPRING-TO
TO SPRING-TO OTO HARROWS,
PLANET JUNOR CULTIVATORS, SEEDERS
AND HAND TOOLS,
LEDBETTER ONE-SEED PLANTER,
CLARK CUTAWAY HARROWS,
ACME HARROW AND PULVERIZER.
. Sonlh MasnoUa St.
Mil WARE C0V
nun is cm o zi rji3
Let us quote you prices
on a onumcntor Hcad Hcad-stono
stono Hcad-stono to mark tho last rest resting
ing resting placo of your loved
MARBLE OR GRANITE.
OCALA MARBLE WORKS
E. W. LEAVEXGOOD, BIffr.
N. Magnolia St. 4
etandaid roots and herbs that possess
curative properties of a high order. A
cafe medicine 13 the only kind you. can
afford to take
Special Co. Orchestra
TIHIE WMDSOR HOTEL
In the heart of the city with Hemming: Park fpr a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none.
RAfES From $1.50 per day per person to $6.
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. KAVANAUGH,
. Manager. Proprietor,
Ton should patronize the progressive merchants who advertise In thes,
column, and tave yourself mojotj. Also help make Ocala and llarion' grow.
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