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OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1919.
VOL. 2G, NO. 51
Has Developed on the Repub Republican
lican Republican Side of Both Houses
Washington, Feb. 26. In accord accordance
ance accordance with his decision not to call an
second return from France, President
Wilson planned today to aid by his
presence at the capitol in the efforts
of democratic leaders to force through
the big appropriation bills and other
important legislation before adjourn adjournment
ment adjournment next Tuesday. Conferences at
the capitol today or tomorrow will be
arranged as work at the White House
LODGE TUB LEADER
Republican opposition to the presi president's
dent's president's program took shape quickly.
An indication of the republican posi position
tion position was given in an announcement by
Republican Leader Lodge of plans to
oppose the naval bills and building
program approved by the naval com committee
mittee committee today on a partisan vote.
- PUBLIC LANDS FOR SOLDIERS
Washington, Feb. 26. A favorable
report on the bill to appropriate one
. hundred million dollars to make pub public
lic public lands available for settlement by
discharged soldiers and sailors was
ordered today by the Senate public
lands committee. A similar bill has
been reported to the House.
By a partisan vote of eight to six
the Committee approved the new
building program, the republican sen senators
ators senators opposing. The provision em empowering
powering empowering the president to curtail the
program in his discretion was retain retained
ed retained in the measure. .-.
MONEY FOR THE NAVY
Washington, Feb. 26. The Senate
v naval committee today ordered the
, seven hundred and twenty million dol dollar
lar dollar naval appropriation bill favorably
CIVILIANS SHOULD ANSWER
Washington, Feb. 26. The depart department
ment department of justice will be asked by the
navy department. Secretary Daniels
said today, to prosecute civilians and
others not under naval jurisdiction
implicated in the bribery scandal in
the Third naval district.
THE ARMY BILL
Washington, Feb. 26. Carrying
provisions for. a temporary army of
about 538,000 officers and men after
next July 1st, the annual army appro appro-1
1 appro-1 priation measure was approved by
the Senate military committee. Ef Efforts
forts Efforts will be made to pass it before
adjournment, but most leaders believe
the measure will fail in the final rush.
EXTRA SESSION PUT OFF
4 President Wilson will not call an
- extra session of Congress until after
his return from Europe, Senator. Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, democratic leader in the Senate,
announced last night, after -a confer conference
ence conference with the president at the White
House. The president did not state
when he expected to return, but Mar Martin's
tin's Martin's opinion was that it would be no
earlier than June 1st.
President Wilson was said to feel
it his duty to remain in Europe until
, the treaty of peace is concluded. It
was reported that failure 4 of any. of
' the mass of urgent legislation will be
,-' charged by the president and admin administration
istration administration leaders to the republicans.
GLASS TELLS US TO GRIN
Secretary Glass has appealed to
the American people to pay cheerful cheerfully
ly cheerfully higher war taxes effective with the
signing by the president of Ithe new
revenue bill. He referred to it as the
v a jr uA vi kisz uic K,ji3 u vi trite;
. war which has brought the ineffable
boon of peace.
THE NAVY SCANDAL
The arrest of two additional reser reservists
vists reservists in 'connection with investiga
tion charges of bribery in the Third
, naval district, is announced by Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Daniels- This makes a total of
five men "held, Lieuts. Benjamin S.
Davis, Benoit James Ellert, Ensign
Paul Beck, 'Chief Boat swains Loyd C.
Casey and Frederick A. Jones.
Secretary Daniels' statement said
Davis was believed to have received
$ 10,000 for enrolling men in the naval
service, and Ellert is believed to have
received $20,000, in addition to a
large number of presents, for having
secured the assignment of applicants
' for such duties as would enable them
to continue business in civil life. The
secretary said evidence is in posses possession
sion possession of the department which shows
Casey received a total of about $3000,
and valuable presents, for placing
several enlisted men on shore duty,
while Beck is alleged to have receiv-.
ed a thousand dollars and a number
of presents for obtaining the assign assignment
ment assignment of applicants to "safe berths on
BRINGING HOME THE BOYS
Order in Which the American Divis Divisions
ions Divisions Will Return from
Washington, Feb. 26. Gen. Persh Pershing
ing Pershing notified the war department yes yesterday
terday yesterday that divisions now in the Am American
erican American Expeditionary Forces, except excepting
ing excepting those with the regular army des designations,
ignations, designations, will be" returned to the
United States in the order of arrival
at their respective divisional head headquarters
quarters headquarters in France. This is inter interpreted
preted interpreted as meaning that all divisions
except the First to Seventh, inclus inclusive,
ive, inclusive, will.be returned as soon as ship shipping
ping shipping is available.
General Pershing j said that, based
on tonnage known to be available and
on' the German ships soon to become
available, the divisions will be re returned
turned returned in the following order:
March: The Twenty-seventh, Thir Thirtieth,
tieth, Thirtieth, Eighty-fifth, .Thirty-seventh,
r April: The Twenty-sixth, Eighty Eighty-third,
third, Eighty-third, Eighty-second, Thirty-fifth and
May: The Thirty-second, Twenty Twenty-eighth,
eighth, Twenty-eighth, Thirty-third, Eightieth, Sev Seventy
enty Seventy eighth.
June: The Eighty-ninth, Ninetieth,
Washington, Feb. 26. The largest
homeward movement of troops since
the, breaking up yof the American
bcerseas army started last November,
was announced yesterday by thewar
department reporting the departure
from French ports of eighteen troop
ships with nearly 30,000 officers 'and
men aboard. The organizations which
sailed include most of the units of
the Ninety-second, "negro, division,
and important units from the Eighty Eighty-seventh,
seventh, Eighty-seventh, Arkansas, Louisiana, Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi and Alabama national army di division.
vision. division. CONSULT THE
Mr. A. B. Shaw, deputy collector,
arrived today, and will be here until
Monday evening, helping income tax
payers make out their returns. He
will be at room 211, Federal building.
See announcement elsewhere. Payers
of income taxes will find that it will
save them much trouble to consult
Mr. Shaw, and should not put off "do "doing
ing "doing so., as he will not be able to re return
turn return to the city after he leaves Mon Monday
day Monday night.
DEATH OF AN INFANT
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. H. O. Reynolds of Anthony died
early this morning at the Marion
County Hospital. The little body, was
was prepared for shipment to Lake
land, where the funeral services will
take place tomorrow afternoon at 3
o'clock, and the remains will be laid
to rest by the side of a little sister
who died just one year ago. The
many friends of Mr' and Mrs. Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds deeply sympathize with them in
their loss. Although the little girl
was only ten months old she had won
a place that can not be filled. E. C.
Jordan & Co. had charge of the fu funeral
neral funeral arrangements.
. The Junior Red Cross of the pri primary,
mary, primary, school will meet in the second
graded room on next Friday morning
at 10:15. The public is cordially invit invited
ed invited to be present.
Malcolm Davis, Sec'y.
Clothing is wanted -for two. fchil-
ren, both boys, aged three i years and
eleven years Send to King's Daugh
Federal Income Tax Payers,
Income taxes for 1918 are due to be mide in time to reach the office
of the collector of internal revenue on or before March 15th, 1919.
The law requires all persons receiving an income foo the year 1918 in
excess of $1000, if single and not the support of close relatives of his or
her household, and all married persons, living with wife or husband,
having an' income in excess of $2000, to make returns. Penalty attaches to
failure to make returns within the time limit.
To assist taxpayers and give information to enable them to make
returns in compliance with the law a deputy collector will be at
the following dates only:
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. FEBRUARY
' 26 TO 28 AND MARCH FIRST
One-fourth of the tax must be remitted with the return, but it is sug suggested
gested suggested that when convenient the full amount be paid with return. Pay Payment
ment Payment should be made with check, draft or money order made payable to
J. M. CATHCART, Collector, and either handed to the deputy collector
who visits your town, or mailed to thed-puty collector at Gainesville. Re Returns
turns Returns may also be mailed direct "to the Collector of Internal Revenue at
DEPUTY NOW HERE'
Mr. A. B. Shaw, deputy collector, is now in the city to help taxpayers
make out their returns. He will be at Room 21V- Federal -Building, from
8:30 a.' ra." to. 5:30 p. m. today, Thursday, -Friday -and Monday, and from
8:30 a. m. to 4 p. m. Saturday. His visit will not be repeated, so see him
at once and have him help you to make your return out correctly-
GREAT COUNTY IS MARION
AND CAN SHOW THE GOODS
The board of trade and the fair as association
sociation association failed to send an exhibit to
tbe South Florida Fair last week, but.
the Rogers-Wilson Kealty company
said that old Marion and Ocala must
be represented and sent an exhibit for
Marion county that showed all of the
Florida people, and those from other
states who were in attendance that
she could successfully compete with
any county. in the state, or any state inlpatch. 4 The retreating Bolsheviki
No attempt was made to cover the
products of the county, Just a straight
staple exhibit, and they were gather gathered
ed gathered from-the farms in two days, and
shipped, and while, the Rogers-Wilson
Realty Company had no intention of
entering for any prizes, still Mr. H.
Blackburn, agricultural agent for
Marion county, who with the permis permission
sion permission of Mr. C. K. McQuarrie, state
agent -of he agricultural department,
was representing the county in the
exhibit, thought old Marion had just
as well hye a few blue ribbons, and
with the assistance of Mr. Jim How Howell
ell Howell entered a few things and Marion
county came away with twenty blue
ribbons on such things as hams, one
hahi or all they had, and did the same
trick with sides, oats, sheaf and
threshed, bolted meal, corn on the ear,
peanuts, hay, every kind they had and
there were several, chufas, velvet
beans, onions, not the little green fel
lows, but the" real grown, dry, sweet
articlerand many other things, taking
a prize on everything exhibited and
not a picked article in the bunch, just
People from the north thought
Florida was only a playground, but
after all sorts of inquiries were con convinced
vinced convinced that Marion county could start
from the scratch and overtake any
other county in this state or any other
in the 'first lap, when they realized
that there was not a product that
came off of land that had not been
double cropped. '
Of course the Rogers-Wilson com
pany feels good over : it, for it stood
all the expense, but when you get to
facts Marion county produced the
goods and does it every year.
Jim Howell gathered the products
for shipment and assisted by John
Mathews, looked after the exhibit1 and
the interests of the Rogers-Wilson
Realty Company, and Mr. Blackburn
represented Marion county, and it
goes without saying to those who
know Marion county, that Joe, Davis
was on the ground and did his' share
for the county. Where he and Mr.
Blackburn go Marion county is safe.
The farmers of Marion county are
' our "wheel horses", and are always
there with the goods, but we have
room for plenty more.
FOR THE WEEK
Today: Gladys Brockwell in "The
Thursday: Montagu Love in "The
Saturday: Al. G. Field's Minstrels.
Nyal's Face Powder for a good
complexion. Try it and you will use
no other. The Anti-Monopoly Drug
Maxwell Passenger Cars. Immed Immediate
iate Immediate delivery on the handsome 19iy
models. We have fifteen cars now on
dsglajvCpme in and talk the matter
over with us.The most economical car
youcanldriye.' They easily cut off
il J "Lr"E"" m-m
tOne third from your gas and oil bills.
The Maxwell-Chalineri '"Agency. 24-6t
BACKSET FOR BOLS
Repulsed by Forces of Order at Both
Ends of Russia
Athens, Tuesday, Feb. 25. Gieek
trops, operating with French and
Rumanian troops, have advanced
yiorth of Odessa and are pursuing Bol Bolsheviki
sheviki Bolsheviki along the Dneister-river, after
a short fight in which they occupied
Tiraspol, according to a Saloniki dis-
abandoned many dead nd wounded,
guns arid ammunition.
Copenhagen, Feb. 26.-Libau and
Windau, in Courland on the Baltic,
-which- were, taken' by'lhe' Bolsheviki
January Z 1st, have been- recaptured.'
C Associated. PessJ
i Paris, Feb. 26 The commission to
study Belgian claims held its. first
PRESIDENT SPENT A BUSY DAY
"i Washington, Feb. 26. On the first
day of his return to the capital. Pres President
ident President Wilson put in more than ten
hours at his desk,, signing twenty twenty-eight
eight twenty-eight bills and joint resolutions mak making
ing making a score of nominations, discussing
government business for three hours
with the cabinet and finished the day
with a conference of the legislative
situation with Senate Democratic
Leader Martin. Altogether is was one
of the busiest days in recent years at
the White House.
OKLAWAHA AND LAKE WEIR
Oklawaha, Feb.- 25w The busy
farmers remind us that spring is
near. Also the violets and jasmine are
r Mr. Lossing, manager of the Moss
Bluff sawmill, is having his lumber
brought here by trucks and shipped
in carload lots.
) Mr. Bradford and family leave to today
day today for Green Springs for an indefi indefinite
nite indefinite stay. Mr. Bradford has been
suffering from rheumatism for the
4 Mr. Carson Bradford and family
are expected to arrive in a few days
from their home in Nashville, Tenn.
The boys who have been doing ser service
vice service for Uncle Sam are rapidly com coming
ing coming home. -All from, here have re returned
turned returned except Norman Morrison, who
is in France.
' Tom McGahagin has been relieving
Jesse Marshall as depot agent for
nearly a fortnight. Jesse visited the
Tampa fair and Clearwater while tak taking
ing taking his vacation.
Mr John T. Lewis went to the
Tampa fair Wednesday night, return
ing Friday night.
Mr. Joe Younge is home for a few
Miss ..Georgia Price left for New Newport,
port, Newport, Tenn., last Saturday in response
to a telegram stating heis brother-in-law
was dead and her sister and baby
are not well. All of them had the
flu.- Her sister, Mrs. Holder, is pleas pleasantly
antly pleasantly remembered here as Miss Bessie
Price. Her numerous friends sym sympathize
pathize sympathize with her.
Lieut; Wilson has returned and is
now selling goods at his store at Lake
Mr. H. C. Morrison is expected
home today from St. Petersburg.
Mr. Ed Hall .and family are occu occupying
pying occupying Mr. .John Pasteur's house.
. Use the unclassified ads It pays.
Every Day Sees Germany More
at Mercy of the Anarchists
Berlin, Tuesday, Feb. 25. By the
Associated Press. )-i-The Spartacans
and radical socialists have launched a
movement to overthrow the govern government
ment government in Saxony, where the newly
elected diet was to assemble today. A
general strike has been proclaimed.
The Spartacans are reported, in pos possession
session possession of several industrial centers.
SOVIETS DONt! SUIT
Berlin, Tuesday, Feb. 25. (By the
Associated Press.) Mannheim ad advices
vices advices today say that peasant revolts
are breaking out in various districts
of Baden as a result of friction be between
tween between workingmen's councils and the
peasants. The peasants, it is said, re resent
sent resent the dictatorship of the Soviets.
SPARTACANS IN CONTROL
Copenhagen, Tuesday, Feb. 25. A
fresh revolt broke out in Mannheim
today. The Spartacans occupied the
postoffice, telegraph offices and rail railway
way railway stations.
RUSSIA FINANCES RADICALS
Basel, Feb. 26. Seventy-six com communists
munists communists -have been arrested charged
with rebellion against the Hungarian
republic at Budapest, according to
advices from there. It is reported that
during their examination they admit admitted
ted admitted that, the money necessary to es establish
tablish establish an anti-republican government
came from Russia. )
. DONT WANT DEMOCRACY
London, Feb. 26. After the elec
tion for a'town council of Dusseldorf
last night, says a Cologne dispatch,
aimed Spartacans compelled officials
to surrender the ballot boxes and
made bonfires of the ballots and all
.Whereas, our Heavenly Father in
his" divine wisdom on Jan. 27th, 1919,
saw fit to remove from this earthly
life Rev. Laurence Jones, a friend in
our cause and all good works, a mem member
ber member of our union since its organiza organization;
tion; organization; therefore be it
Resolved, that Weirsdale Union has
suffered a loss which we will feel
deeply and a place is vacant 7which
can never be filled.
Resolved, that we extend to the
grief -stricken wife and relatives oui
heart-felt sympathy in this their hour
of sorrow, and commend them to our
Heavenly Father, who alone can heal
the broken-hearted and at last reunite
the earth-bound ties.
Resolved, that a copy of these reso resolutions
lutions resolutions we spread on the minutes of
our union in memory of our departed
friend. Mrs. A. M. Reed.
Mrs. J. F. Sigmon.
Mrs. T. B. Snook.
Weirsdale, Fla., Feb. 20, 1919.
AN ARTIST'S APOLOGY
The New York Times is responsible
for the following, which wouldn't fit
any teacher in the Ocala schools:,
Dear Teacher: My mother says I
haffto appollogize for. droren your
pickchure on the bored as if you was
an oiled made with curls and a long
wissker on your chim witch you could
not help or me neether.
It was a meen thing to doo and I
am sorry I didd it but I could not help
it becaws you stood thare looking so
Nacherl with the curls and the wissker
and all and Jenny Ames dared me to
doo it at recess.
I doo not blame you for whippen
me becaws it looked so mutch like
you you had a perfeck rite to be mad.
if I was you I would be mad too.
My mother says nobody is so senn senn-sitive
sitive senn-sitive about her looks as. a lady teach teacher
er teacher espeshuly if she is a lettle oiled but
this was not to go in the letter.
If you only understood what is in inside
side inside of boys heads maken them be
mischefuss you would be sorry for
them for it is not exackly their fault.
I know you feel worse about it
than I do becaws my wippen does not
hurt now but a pickchure goes on for forever.
ever. forever. Teachers have a hard ernuf time
goodness knows without be in shode
how they look for a whoal school to
Sometime;if you do not care I will
drore you on the bored looken swete
and yung and put your name under
so everybody wil know who it is and
so no more for the present frum your
trod friend and skoller, Tommy.
CUMMINGS IS THE
01 the National Democratic Commit
tee and Intends the Campaign to
Washington, Feb. 26. Homer Sv
Cummings, of Connecticut, was elect elected
ed elected chairman of the national demo democratic
cratic democratic committee today and the com committee
mittee committee voted to complete reorganiza reorganization
tion reorganization for an aggressive campaign for
The resignation of Vance McCor McCor-raick,
raick, McCor-raick, tendered several months ago,
was accepted formally with a resolu resolution
tion resolution of thanks for his work. A similar-resolution
was adopted, accepting
the resignation of Carter Glass as
secretary, when he became secretary
of the treasury.
AN HEROIC REMNANT
London, Feb. 26. The Second bat battalion
talion battalion of Grenadier Guards received
an enthusiastic welcome on its return
to London from Germany yesterday.
Cf the original unit which left Eng England
land England in 1914, only twelve men survive.
REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA
Capetown, Feb. 26 The nationalist
party union of South Africa is send sending
ing sending a deputation to England and
Paris, wher arguments in favor of
establishing a republic in South Af Africa
rica Africa will be advanced.
VOTE OF CONFIDENCE
Paris, Tuesday, Feb. 26. The
French Senate today gave the govern government
ment government a. vote of confidence after the
address of Victor Beret, minister of
provisions, during which he outlined
the activities of his department rela relative
tive relative to meeting the high cost of liv living.
A NEW BUSINES FOR OCALA
Messrs. W. A. Altman and W. C.
Charles have leased the well located
store room in the Ocala House block
at the corner of Main street and Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha avenue and will open in a few
days a first-class automobile tire vul
canizing and repair business and tire,
tube and sundry sales establishment.
In addition, the firm will put in a
handsome gasoline and oil filling sta
tion on the corner and will do their
best, with experience, equipment and
stock to get a share of this great and
rapidly growing business.
Mr Altman. who has recently been
honorably discharged from the service
with a lieutenant's commission, has
a thorough knowledge of the vulcan
izing business. He took the exhaus
tive course given by the U. S. army
in the truck division at Atlanta and
afterwards took a tKorough course at
a private house of r instruction and
thoroughly knows the business with
all of the latest methods.
The firm has a very complete outfit
coming, part of which is here, and will
do able to handle with its up-to-date
machinery any size casing or tube
irom a bicycle tire up to the heaviest
Mr. Charles of the firm will retain
his position at the postoffice, but Mr.
Altman will give up his position there
to take active charge of the business.
Both members of the firm are very
popular, are successful young men
ard are sure to make a success of th
new business. They will have some
good automobile tire agencies, among
them handling the Pennsylvania tire.
Regular meeting of Eastern Star
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Sev Several
eral Several candidates, will receive the de degrees
grees degrees of the order, after which there
will be a pleasant social hour and re refreshments.
freshments. refreshments. All members are urged
to be pnuent.
Isabelle Wesson, W. M.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE
Household goods will be sold the
rest of the week between the -hours
of 10 and 4 o'clock at the residence
of Mrs. llarv Elliott. RfLi Rww ai
W w A. A
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If a man had no. vices, he would not
know how to appreciate virtue.
Board of trade meets tomorrow
.night; be on hand and do your. bit.;
People who don't read the Congres Congressional
sional Congressional Record, miss a great deal of
repaid to bondholders. In addition,
about $417,000,000 would have to be
provided every year as a sinking fund
to redeem all bonds in twenty-five
SHIPMENTS OF LIVE STOCK
If Victor Berger has twenty years
in the pen, John Reed should have
When the constitution of the Unit United
ed United States was adopted, it was a league
of nationsvery "discordant ones at
After you have paid war taxes
awhile, you won't be so ready to say
"The government should do this or
"The government should do that."
Senator Fletcher and Congressman
Clark have done their duty by the Ok Ok-lawaha,
lawaha, Ok-lawaha, but their efforts will have
been wasted 'unless Ocala does lher
The members of the president's cal
inet were successful in keeping their
boys out of danger during the war,
and the republicans in Congress are
roasting them about it.
I..' II "' I MIL I Nil UN
We are not trying to incite opposi opposition
tion opposition to the Florida democratic party;
we are just trying to put a little gin ginger
ger ginger in it. Tampa ( Tribune. r
A little turpentine would do better,
. ; '
SDrin? is sitting on a loe out in
x -a o a ..
the woods,' weaving flowers in her
hair, ; but unless we miss our guess
that old rascal winter is going to sit
down kerplunk in her lap sometime
. soon. ." : ;
While the army of occupation winds
up the watch on the Rhine, your in income
come income tax will help wind up the cost
of getting there. Miami Herald.
Yes, but you will b pretty well run
down by the time you pay it. :
This is the way the head-artist of
the Ocala Star chronicled, the death of
Dr. Mary Walker: "Has Swapped
Her Pants for Halo and Harp." Thus
Benjamin immortalizes the short short-haired
haired short-haired woman. Clearwater Sun.
It is announced from the .headquar .headquarters
ters .headquarters of the Third Army at Coblenz
that the Forty-second (Rainbow) di division
vision division and the Thirty-second will be begin
gin begin leaving for home about April 15.
' They will be replaced by regulars.
The Ocala Star boasts that the har harpoons
poons harpoons flung at it by the suffragettes
have glanced. Knock wood, old man!
Knock wood, quick! Tampa Tribune.
- Sure we bumped our head that
Perhaps -the reason we have so
many liars in Florida is because cher cherry
ry cherry trees don't grow down here. We
are not called upon to explain their
multiplicity of liars in sections where
cherry trees grow. Let them do their
own explaining Lakeland Telegram.
Any' old tree will, do to tell a lie
Tuesday there were snipped from
the Chambliss siding two and a half
miles southwest of town on the Ocala
& Southwestern railway, five carloads
of beef cattle and one carload of hogs.
Thjs was all good stock, some of the
best, asr well as one of the largest
one day, one point shipments ever
made from the county.
The cattle and hogs went to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and Tampa. The carload of
hogs, just as fine as you ever saw,
went to the stockyards in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and were grown and shipped by
George Buhl and Leslie Home.
- ,One car of cattle was shipped by
Chambliss & Co. to Hudson Brothers,
packers, Tampa, and -three cars of
cattle from Edwards Brothers to the
Interstate, Stockyards, Jacksonville.
The cattle were all heavy, prime
steers and when a Star reporter ask asked
ed asked one of the gentlemen M what they
brought, he said: "I am really asham ashamed
ed ashamed to say; they brought too much."
And the reporter "wormed out of an another
other another one of them that the entire
shipment brought in the neighborhood
of "17,000. Just think of it. And
that was seventeen thousand dollars of
brand-new, Marion county produced
More and more Marion county is
c5ming to the 'front with Ijve stock
production, ; In fact, this is true of
the entire state, but this section is
the cattle and hog section of the
A few years ago, one could "only
find a few blooded hogs or cattle at
the best farms of the county. Now,
no matter where one goes, he finds
them, and even afar from human hab habitation,
itation, habitation, out in the "flat-woods," where
of old you had to get a."razorback"
turned broadside to see him, one sees
the, effects of breeding and cross crossbreeding
breeding crossbreeding of better stock on the native
hog,; and the same condition is true
Only last Sunday, four miles from
the nearest farm, a Star reporter
saw t hogs -feeding in the flat-woods,
then in condition for the stockyards.
He remembered passing that way ten
years ago and there were hogs there,
tut they were the original razorbacks
in all their thin ugliness.
Deaths during the war in the Amer American
ican American expeditionary forces and among
troops in the United States, from all
causes, numbered 107,444. In the ex expeditionary.;
peditionary.; expeditionary.; forces the total was 72, 72,-951.
951. 72,-951. Of these 20,829 resulted from
disease, 48,768 .from injuries received
in battle and -3354 from all-: other
causes Deaths from disease among
the -troops in the United States total totaled
ed totaled -32,737, and from other: causes 1756,
giving, a: total for the -troops in this
country of 34,493. The i figures for
the American expeditionary forces
cover the period i from .April 1, 1917,
to February 16, 1919. Those for the
troops in the United States from
April 1, 1917, to February 14, 1919.
The, .figures show the total deaths
from disease- exceeded the total bat battle,
tle, battle, casualties by. more than 5000;
One of the Senate critics of Okla Okla-wahaj
wahaj Okla-wahaj improvement ; said there-was
only i seventeen, hundred tons 1 of
freight .hauled o the' river last. year.
Probably there wasn't. But there was
a mighty good reason. When the war
broke out ; nearly all the river boys
went .into the navy, The Oklawaha
valley is represented .today on half
a hundred of Uncle Sam's, warships.
Besides, t there rwere several .in the
army, and most of the men. who were
too. old to go i in the service went to
the. .shipyards or? other government
work ... When : the armistice was sign-
"ed, nearly all the boats along the river
were t tied: up, and there was nobody
living along, its banks but the won
en, children,-and old men.
A WORD TO ilEROES
. Some ,of our (boys .who uhave just
returned home passed. three weeks in
the camp at Brest, which camp is com coming,
ing, coming, in for much; criticism now.) They
say they had good quarters and plen plenty
ty plenty i to eat, and the ; only disadvantage
wag; the mud due to the,-incessant
rain. v They; also say the Y. M. C. A.
had ; good t facilities for entertaining
the men, and providing them with, lit little
tle little luxuries.
It will cost the American people
about twelve hundred millions a year
for the next twenty-five .years to pay
oif"" the war debt, according to esti estimates
mates estimates of the treasury, based on in incomplete
complete incomplete knowledge of precisely what
the final war debt will be. This cal calculation
culation calculation is made on the assumption
that the net war debt, with deductions
for. loans to the Allies, will be in the
neighborhood of eighteen billion. In Interest
terest Interest on this amount at the : rate of
4 per centwould .be $765,000,000 a
year, to be raised by taxes, and then
Give .Congress time.. Eventually it
will catch up with Germany in grant granting
ing granting guff rage to women. St Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg .Times.
It will slide a' long ways toward
Hades ; before it catches up with the
Germans in their; general treatment
of women. They murdered a j good
many American women, by the way.
It is probable that many of the
American troops now in the Army of
Occupation i will return home . thru
Hamburg, and ? Bremen, as the Ger Germans
mans Germans want them to go to those porta
to embark on the ships the use : of
which Germany is to furnish America
under terms of the, armistice.
. SMITH'S PRESSING CLUB
We f are now prepared to do all
kinds of cleaning and pressing at the
eld Clayton ; stand on Oklawaha ave avenue.
nue. avenue. We make a specialty of ladies!
suits. Will-call for, and deliver work
free to any part of the city. Phone 13.
tf A. O. SMITH, Prop.
There is never a doubt when you
buy Norris Candy, You have bought
the best. The Court Pharmacy.
Still be heroes when you come
home. Even in these states, far from
shell-holes and trenches, there are
heroic times and more coming,
t We need persons who can sit tight;
gentlemen not too much concerned
about what is going to happen to
them and the rest of the community,
but duly concerned for their own con conduct
duct conduct and the maintenance of the "spirit
of discipline that helped them to end
Observe, heroes, that this is your
country. Do what you can to take
care of your property. The country
owes you a great deal, and part of it
it will doubtless attempt to pay, nd
it is important that it should. But it
is much more important that you
should pay what you still owe, to the
Think what she has done for you!
Could you have been heroes unless
she had got you into the war?
, Do you think you were born heroes ?
Not a bit of it. Heroism was handed
out to you. You ate heroes because
you had to be. Nothing less than hero heroism
ism heroism could meet the situation you had
to meet, and you reached for it and
put it on like a garment.
It is a good garment. Keep it on!
It is becoming. You know the war is
not yet over. Peace is not signed yet,
but even when peace is signed the
war will not be over.' It will hardly
bc over in your lifetime. The war haa
shaken all the habits and all the old
arrangements of this world. There is
ahead an immense, readjustment. All
you heroes feel, one hears, that your
old jobs, are not good enough for you.
Probably they are not. If you got out
of the war what there was in it for
you, you are much bigger men than
when you went in, and would prob probably
ably probably find your old jobs a tight fit. But
when a man's job becomes a tight fit
it cracks down the back and he usu usually
ally usually gets one that, is more commod commodious.
ious. commodious. ,
You are not the same as you were
before the war, neither are jobs the
same. They have changed as much as
the heroes have changed who iised
to' fill them. Finding a job that will fit
will be to many heroes a good deal
like going over the top, but the spirit
that went over the top will find the
job and Stretch it to hero size.-
By MARION C. LEESAM.
OCALA : FRATERNAL ORDERS
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort -King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hair 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.
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.'
OCALA LODGE NO. 285. B. P. O. E.
: Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and : Protective Order of Elks, mdts
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house oppo oppo-ite
ite oppo-ite postcGce, east side.
C. W. Hunter, E. Ri
E. J, Crock, Secretary. '.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
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 visiting brothers.
W. W. Stripling, C..C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
R. A. IX. CHAPTER NO. 13
; Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. MM on the first
Friday in every month at 7:30 p. m.
J. A. Bouvier, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. ;
.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. M.
. Mrs. Susan, Cook, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M-f meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock u.itil further notice.
H. O. Cole, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
MIRIAM 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 o'clock-Claire
Claire o'clock-Claire Moremen, N. G.
Eloise Bouvier, Secretary.
Perhaps YOUR eyes
X are failing. If so, your
1 health is failing. Mel-
tS ancholia or the bluesf
in only one result of bad eyesightJ
Dr. K. J. Weihe.
: Graduate Optometrist
With Weihe Co., Jewelers. Ocala. Fla.
"Dick is leaving New York and com coming
ing coming home for a week's furlough, said
Betty Saunders to her sister.
"I know 1C said Jean, looking up
from her knitting. I was talking to
his mother yesterday. It doesn't Inter- j
est me, however."
"Oh, Jean, try to be nice to him this
weel He's going South to learn-to
fly and then he's going to France. Why.
If I were In your place I'd be planning
to give him the best time while he is
home. You can't do too much for those
I know It." said Jean pensively,
"but he did treat me so that night at
the dance. Just befere he went away,
lie paid attention to that Wentworth
girl half the night. Then he pretends
he loves me. lie doesn't know what
lore is. Ill never forgive him, either."
. ri don't think he meant It," said
Betty. "You probably imagined It. I
know he's sorry you do not write him,
because he writes the bluest letter
home to his mother. Besides, you'd go
far and near to find as nice a fellow as
'Oh, Betty, do stop raving over him.
I tell you I've changed entirely toward
Dick. I think Jack Somers Is more of
'a man than Dick ever thought of be-
With that, Jean picked up her knlt knlt-ftlng
ftlng knlt-ftlng and angrily walked upstairs.
Meanwhile,' Dick pulton, comforta comfortably
bly comfortably settling himself In the Pullman
hound for Boston, breathed a deep
jjsigh, whether of reljef no one, knows.
t'IIe was glad he was going home.
After squaring himself with his own
-conscience he settled himself for forty
wlnks and knew nothing until he heard
i'the porter cry. "Boston, all out!" He
j pulled himself together and, jgrabblng
! his grip, hurried out, watching anx-
louslv for some one. to meet him. Of
course Jean wouldn't be there," he ar- (
, gued to himself Yet he half hoped j
I she had forgiven him. He hurried up
i the platform and saw his mother, walt walt-'
' walt-' ing for him. In back of her was Bet Bet-?ty,
?ty, Bet-?ty, but Jean was nowhere to" be seexu
"Oh. Dick, Tin so glad to see you,"
fsald Betty. "Though you have only
rbeen away ten weeks It seems like a
. "It seems like that to me, too," said
Dick, piloting Betty on one side and
his mother on the other. "I had hoped
Jean would meet me, but I suppose
vthat was too much to expect,"
"I'm sorry," said Betty. "I tried to
! persuade her to come. I told her It
was no time to be worrying over such
; petty things."
"You're right." said Dick. "It is fool foolish.
ish. foolish. What do you say If we stay In
town and have lunch and go to a
show?" Dick was bound he was going
to forget things for once.
"I think I'll go home," said Mrs. Ful Fulton.
ton. Fulton. "You two go and have a good time."
After leaving Mrs.- Fulton on the
; train Dick and Betty started for an
; evening's fun. First, they got tickets
, at one of the best theaters and then
I found a little cafe and had a nice dln-
"Dick, I've been wondering about
! Jean. It's too bad things are this way.
i Can't something be done to fix it up?"
Dick looked at her earnest face,
:' never before realizing how strikingly
; pretty Betty was. Then she had so
mucu sense, too, even though she was
: ; only two years older than Jean. He
puffed his cigar slowly, thinking very
"I'll tell you what we can do," be
: Kald with a happy thought. "Let's go
and pick out a diamond for Jean. I'll
take It to her and surprise her. I
know she'll forgive me."
"That would be fine," said Betty,
lier face brightening.
"What will fit your band will lit
Jean's, won't it?" said Dick as they sat
before the tray of dazzling stones, try try-,
, try-, Jng to pick out just the right one.
, Betty was as happy as though it
were for herself, and many people
turned to admire "the happy couple,
. and Dick certainly looked manly in
.his uniform. As he watched her a pang
went through his heart- Here was a
: girl who cared and knew what love
was. Finally they picked out the one
that Betty declared was a "Meauty,"
, and Dick stuffed It In his pocket. Then
they hurried to the theater.
"I know she'll love It," whispered
Betty while they were watching the
"Do. you think so?" said Dick' A
queer feeling came over him as Betiy
leaned near him, enjoying herself to
her heart's content. "Betty has always
been a good friend of mine, but surely
Pm not falling in love with her," he
thought. He paid little attention to
the play, as he was battling out's prob problem
lem problem In his own mind.
When leaving Betty that night, after
. what she pronounced a dandy time, he
tock her' hand in his and whispered:
'Betty, I want you to have this," slip slipping
ping slipping the ring on her finger. "It was
pift meant for you. I noticed that (n
"Why, Dick," Betty faltered. "What
"She doesn't care for me, Betty,
dear ; not the way I want some one to
care for me after I go away."
"I always liked you," said Betty,
"but I never believed you thought of
jne In this respect."
"I never realized It until today, but
mow I know what you are going to
mean to me," said Dick, tenderly, put-
Tting his arm around her.
Tbj so very happy," said Betty,
I jpresslng the ring to Her lips.
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A Full Line of Resnor and Hot Spot Heaters. X
Let Us Demonstrate These To You.
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Real vs. False Economy
At This Time
Resist the mental suggestion to curtail your regular taking, of ice
until "the weather turns warm again." Your refrigerator is going
nicely now; it is well chilled and it is doing: full duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER.
Don't lei it lapse even a little bit it may sulk on you all the
remainder of the season. ,
OCALA ICE AND PACKING COMPANY
TEE WM3DOE; MOTEL
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to- none.
J RATES From $1X0 per day per person to $6.
: ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E KAVANAUGH,
J Manager. Proprietor.
OUR JOB PRINTING Department is
thoroughly equipped for all kinds
of commercial Printing. Our facilities
PAMPHLETS. BOOKLETS. PROGRAMS,
WEDDING and BUSINESS
and all kinds of
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Unsurpassed in Centtal Florida.
EFFICIENT Workmanship, High
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Livicg Prices are fen e cf cur teasers
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1919
A. E. GERIG
DIRECT FROM OUR IISHING
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 Lenten Season coming,
Fish will be scarce, order now
before prices advance,
THE ST. GEORGE CO. INC.
.St. George on the Gulf
A Magnificent Minstrel
THE FIRST PART
War and Peace
la ni Out of tl!3 Trendies
f far Insffiu! TraiKfarma9 Scenes -SPS1N9,
tna THE HARVEST
THF JOYS OF CHILDHOOD
Or, SCHOOL DAYS
Till tsj't JUrsfpu TblMaffe Wall
Tbt OUI Oaku tacktt Oivil's 61s.
Jacfc OtantOT Dancet of tin Brownie.
A SAXOPHONE SERENADE
Cf, THE lARtER SHOP REHEARSAL
A Southern Idyl
ON THE MISSISSIPPI
The Levee at New Orleans
Sinmbeattaf Before thi War
A Realistic Reproduction of
the Mississippi River
CiLLY BEARS LASSES WHITE
ULIY CLARK JOHNNY HEALY
JOHN CARTMELl KEN METCALF
RODY JORDAN HENRI HILL
JACK RICHARDS CHAS.REINHART
HARRY FRILLMAN CLAUDE KAY
ARTHUR YUIE AL J. PALMER
LOYD GILBERT O B. HOOVER
BONI MACK ti M. FREEMAN
(INNING'S SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
WALTERS GOLDEN BAND
RICES 75C $1.11.50
;:" AND BUILDER
' Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract worJc Gives More and Better
Work for the IMoney than any other
contractor In the city.
RATI Twenty-five woids
orgies i one time 25 cents:
, three imes 50 cents; sbc
times 75 cents. Over twenty-five
words, and under fif fifty,
ty, fifty, double above rate,
, This i ate is for consecutive'.
Insert ?ns. Special rate by
the m "th. Try tf?ec out.
If you have any society items,
please phone One-Two-One (121).
Among the names in today's cas-.
ualty list is that of William W. Horn,
Oak wounded slightly.
Mrs. Mamie Fox and her nephew,
Frank Ditto Jr., have returned home
from ther visit to Tampa and St. Pe Petersburg.
tersburg. Petersburg. If you like nuts you will be delight delighted
ed delighted with NORRIS CHOCOLATE
CREAM BRAZIL NUTS. The Court
. Mr. and Mrs. .Culley of Ohio are
guests in the city for a short stay.
While here they will be with Mrs.' J.
W. Davis on Oklawaha.
Mrs. Norman Kirk and baby, Betty
and Miss Louise Berry of Wilming Wilmington,
ton, Wilmington, N. C, have returned after a few
days' visit with Mrs. Ernest Lytle at
Mrs. i Max Israelson is expecting a
visit from her brother, Mr. Ashei
Frank. Mr. Frank is -located in busi business
ness business at Salisbury, S. C, and from
there is coming to Ocala in his car,
having stopped a few days in Atlanta.
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. t 13-tf
Mrs. Winifred McDonald of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, state manager of the Wood Woodmen
men Woodmen Circle, is in the city helping pre pre-part
part pre-part for the great Woodmen meeting
which will be held here next month.
Mrs. McDonald is making her .home
with Mrs. J. W. Davis.,
, Mrs. Miles Landers received a tel telegram
egram telegram yesterday containing the sad
news of the death of her f uncle, Mr.
Thomas Dobbs of Jacksonville. Mr.
Dobbs was a resident of Ocala twenty
years ago and will be remembered
here by his many friends and neigh neighbors.
bors. neighbors. When you think of Toilef Articles
remember pnone 123. Anti-Monopoly
Mrs. T. C. Carter is expecting her
sister, Mrs. Efosmer of New York,
next week. Mrs. Hosmer c"omes to
stay during the absence of her sister,
Mrs. Carter, who expects to "take an
extended trip west. Mrs. Hosmer will
be pleasantly remembered, having
visited here two years ago.
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 "Store. tf
A new star shone on the movit
t'orizon last night, when Marion Da Da-vi?
vi? Da-vi? featured in the select story, "The
Burden of Proof." Miss Davis is a
very pretty girl and her acting is
clever. The picture tonight will be
"The Strange Woman," in which
Gladys Brockwell has the leading
.." The Wednesday afternoon bridge
club is being entertained by Mrs. W.
A. Wilds this afternoon. After sev several
eral several rounds of auction, which the
players enjoyed thoroughly, the prizes
were awarded to the highest, scorers,
one for visitors and one for the club
members, both prizes being" dainty
little gold lingerie pins. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments consisting, of a salad course
with tea were served by the hostess,
assisted by Mrs. Mitchell. Those play playing
ing playing this afternoon were Mrs.' Nor Norman
man Norman Kirk, Mrs. O. E. Cox, Mrs. Max
Israelson, Mrs. Clifford Ayer, Mrs.
Charles Chazal, Mrs. Harry Walters,
Mrs. Peter Mackintosh, Miss Louise
Berry, Miss Susie Lou Ellis, Miss
Helen Brown, Miss Mary McDowell
and Miss Adele Bittinger.
GLASS OF SALTS IF
YOUR KIDNEYS HURT
Eat Isss neat if you fesl Backachj or
have Bladder troubled-Baits
Meat farms uric acid which,' excites
and overworks the kidneys in their efforts
to filter it from the system. Regular eat eaters
ers eaters of meat must flush the kidneys occa occasionally.
sionally. occasionally. You must relieve them like you
relieve, your bowels; removing all the
acids, waste and poison, else you feel a
dull misery in the kidney region, sharp
pains in the back or sick headache, diz dizziness,
ziness, dizziness, your stomach sours,- tongue is
coated and when the weather is bad you
have rheumatic twinges. The urine is
cloudy, full of sediment; the channels
often get irritated, obliging you to get
Tip two or three times during the night.
To neutralize these irritating acids
and flush off the body's urinous waste
get about four ounces of Jed Salts
from any pharmacy; take i" table table-spoonful
spoonful table-spoonful in a glass of water before break breakfast
fast breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will
then act fine and bladder disorders dis disappear.
appear. disappear. This famous salts i3 made from
the acid of grapes and lemon juice, com combined
bined combined with lithia, and has been used for
generations to clean and stimulate slug sluggish
gish sluggish kidneys and stop bladder irritation.
Jad Salts is inexpensive; harmless and
makes c lelhjhtful effervescent lithia-
water drink which millions of men and
women take now and then, thus avoiding
serious kidney and bladder diseases. J
OF WAR RECORD
Canal Met Every Demand That
Was Made Upon It
QUICK PASSAGE FOR NITRATE
Machinery Had Hardly Been More
Than Tested When It Was Called
Upon to Do Yeoman Service for the
Cause Witnessed Fewer Unpleas Unpleasant
ant Unpleasant Incidents Than Any Place Un Under
der Under American Flag.
The Panama canal force Is proud
of the way the big ditch behaved dur during
ing during the war. It was completed barely
In time to play Its part' in affording
quick passage to the. nitrate ships
carrying their Indispensable cargoes
from Chill to the United States and
Europe, anil its machinery had hard hardly
ly hardly been more than tested before it
was called upon to do yeoman service
for the cause.-
The departure of General Goefnals
also put a new governor at the he.id
of the administration in this critical
period, but Governor. Harding's hand
at the helm has been no less success successful
ful successful than was that of his predecessor
In making the canal, The period of
the war has witnessed fewer inci incidents
dents incidents here of an unpleasant character
than any other place under the Amer American
ican American flag." There have been no slides
from the sides of the "cut," no strikes
or other labor troubles; no sabotage;
no Interruption to traffic no short shortage
age shortage of supplies ; no lack of adequate
provision In arranging 'for all the
needs of the. Zone.
Enemy Plots Frustrated.
Germans were promptly Interned
and all suspicious characters deport deported.
ed. deported. Precautious against spies were so
thorough that the impossibility N of
getting by the Zone police has been
a subject of comment on all sides.
Tons of German propaganda were in intercepted
tercepted intercepted and all sorts of tentative
plots nipped in the bud. A revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary movement against Costa Rica,
engineered by political exiles here,
was promptly squelched.
A volunteer news service was or organized
ganized organized by canal employees and a
counter-campaign against German
propaganda was carried on all over
Latin-America, which has had- good
results In the attitude of many of
the governments in South and Cen Central
tral Central America.
More than 10 per cent of the canal
employees went to the war. Those
remaining worked overtime In every
department. The Zonites gave $90,000
a year to the Red "Cross; subscribed
nearly $5,000,000 in all to the Liberty
loans and never once complained
about high prices or grumbled over
conditions imposed by the war. None
of them showed alarm over the sub submarine
marine submarine menace.
Women Do Their Share.
The women knitted and sewed for
the Red Cross, and entertained the
British wounded on their way to Aus Australia
tralia Australia and New Zealand with a hospi hospitality
tality hospitality which has been commented
upon in the newspapers of those coun countries
tries countries and officially recognized by
The health department has been
notably efficient. The malarial rate
has been lower than at any time since
the American occupation. The influ influenza
enza influenza epidemic -was so handled as to
be practically negligible. The opium
and cocaine trade was broken up, and
the 'soldiers and sailors protected
from other forms of dangerous vice.
Tens of thousands of acres of Jhnd
in the zone were cleared and planted
.or turned Into pasture and stocked
with cattle against any possible block blockade.
ade. blockade. The fishing business was devel developed
oped developed with the same end in view.
Altogether the little American col colony
ony colony on the Isthmus feel that they
have .kept their work going at a high
pitch of efficlencx and the big dem demonstrations
onstrations demonstrations held on the victory day
were full of evidences of .their loyal loyalty
ty loyalty and enthusiasm in the parades, the
speechmaklng and the absence of any
Jarring note. .
WOMEN' TO BE ADMITTED
Halfway Y. M. C. A. Gives Them
Same Standing as Men.
Women will be admitted to member membership
ship membership in the Railway Y. M. C. A. on
the same basis as men, the board of
directors of the association at To To-peka,
peka, To-peka, Kan has decided. Women rail railroad
road railroad employees and wives of em employees
ployees employees will be admitted to a limited
The women may use the bath and
swimming pool on Monday evenings.
'Says Sun Has 31 Spots.
The sun is now spotted like a coach
dog. Frank E. Seagrave, an astron astronomer,
omer, astronomer, formerly an instructor at the
Harvard university astronomical ob observatory,
servatory, observatory, has a private observatory
at Scituate, R. L, and he stated that
he had counted 31 sun spots on the
sun. Mr. Seagrave is trying to solve
the mystery of these "holes."
Many Bitten by Dogs.
Health department records at
Akron, 0 for October show that at
least, 1G0 Akron people were bitten
hy dogs during the month. All of
those bitten stood in fear of hydro hydrophobia.
phobia. hydrophobia. In consequence It became
necessary for the brains of many dogs
to be examined for rabies.
SPECIAL ROAD MEETING
The chairman of the State Road
Commission announces that he will
meet with the board of county com commissions
missions commissions in the afternoon of Tuesday,
March 4th, 1919, and the board de desires
sires desires all citizens interested in road
matters to be present.
DAILY HEALTH TALKS
Good Health Is in Your Own
BY SAMUEL HAMILTON, M. D.
The man who Eaid "People dig their
graves with their teeth" uttered a truth
that goes clear to the bottom of the health
question. Suppose you should take every everything
thing everything you cat and drink for breakfast.
everything you eat and drink for dinner,!
everything vou cat and drink for supper
and mix ail together in one mass. Itwoulc
surely be a dreadful mixture to look upon.
And yet your stomach is obliged to dispose
of that unsightly mass each day! Is it any
wonder so many people have indigestion,
dyspepsia,. backache, headache, bad blood,
liver complaint, skin diseases, nervousness,
coughs, colds, catarrh, bronchitis and
goodness knows what else? Yes, people
dig their graves with their teeth, and before
the end comes they pass through one sick sickness
ness sickness or trouble after another. You should
be glad to know that Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo,
has placed in the drug stores a medicine
called Golden Medical Discovery that can
be depended upon to overcome many of
the diseases named aliove. It may seem
impossible for one medicine to do so much,
but really the whole thing is as simple as
the figure 1. Dr. Pierce's Gbldcn Medical
Disco very corrects the disordered condi conditions
tions conditions in a sick stomach, aids digestion, acts
as a tonic and purifies tlic blood. When
this is done, away go the diseases that are
caused by a sick stomach. If you are
digging your grave with your teeth, stop
today. 1 Correct your stomach disorders
right now with Golden Medical Discovery,
and henceforth eat for. your health's sake.
U you don't know what foods are best for
you, write Dr. Pierce, Pres. Invalids
Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., and receive confi confidential
dential confidential medical advice without charge.
Golden Medical Discovery is made with without
out without alcohol or opiates, so anybody and
everybody can take it with safety. Itispqt
up both in liquid and tablet form. Send Dr.
Pierce 10c for a trial pkg., and see for
yourself how good it is. Try it now.
REAL BARGAINS IN USED CARS
Four second hand Fords. Come and
look them over. AUTO SALES CO.
Phone 348. Mack Taylor.
6t. Ocala. Fla.
Given by Many Ocala People
Experiences told by Ocala people
Those who have had weak kid kidneys
neys kidneys -'
, Who used .Doan's Kidney Pills
' Who found the remedy effective
Such statements prove merit.
You might doubt an utter stranger.
You must believe Ocala people.
Here's Ocala proof. Verify it. I
Read. Investigate. Be convinced
YouH find why Ocala folks believe
in Doan's. j
John Dozier, 322 Ocklawaha -Ave.,
says: "It is some years since I have
had occasion to use Doan's Kidney
Pills, but I remember that they were
of benefit to me. I sincerely recom recommend
mend recommend the use of Doah's to anyone
suffering with symptoms of kidney
disorder, such as weak and painful
back, kidney irregularities and a run
down feeling. I consider Doan's a
most meritorious -medicine for kidney
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply, ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Dozier had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Yw Adv. 1
Delicious Cherry Sundae. Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 22-6t
Mclver & MacBay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47. 104. jns
Many Ad Advantages
vantages Advantages in
Rich flavor, ease
of making, no
waste, and ab absolute
solute absolute freedom
from -those an annoyances
noyances annoyances "to
health and com comfort
fort comfort which some:
the ideal drinkf
for all the family
Tjeres a Jteasori
Fof This Week Only
For This' Week I Will Sell Butler' and Oleo
at the Following Prices For
Cloverbloom Butter, per lb... 60c
Gold Seal Creamery Butter, per lb 60c
Lakeview Butter, per lb. .... .... 59c
Pleasant Valley Butter,
Armour's Veribest Oleomargerhie, per lb.... 40c (
Morris' Marigold Oleomargerine, per lb 40c
Armour's Nut-Ola, Oleomargerine per lb. 35c.
Morris' Nut Marigold, Oleomargerine per lb,. 35c
. Opposite Harrington Hall
Just as are all ourther auto sup supplies.
plies. supplies. To say that you get your sup supplied
plied supplied here is to show that you know
what your car or you should have and
where to get it 'at its best and at the
. 107 Oklawaha Avenue
SPRING TAILORING OPENING
February 26th and 27th.
An Exposition of Exclusive AVoolens by
ISAAC HAMBURGER & SONS
You Are Cordially Invited To Attend.
E. T. HELVENSTON
WHITE' STAR LINE
. i Tf
Billy Beard, Comedian, with Al G. Field, at the Temple Theater ilarch 1st
per lb 58c
tine Of Staple -1
Hotel, South Main Street
" 7 1
M I I f i
OCA LA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1919
There was a small fire out on
Broadway last night, but the firemen
soon doused it.
There will be a meeting of the li library
brary library board at tlrfe library tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
True fruit soda, delicious crushed
fruits and nuts. Our fountain is full
of them. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. 6t.
Mrs. Joe White and children of
Plant City are -visiting in Ocala as
the guests of Mrs. J. R. Olds.
A new and absolutely complete line
of Dr. Scholl's foot comfort appli appliances
ances appliances now ready. M. M. Little, Prac
tipedist, at Little's Shoe Parlor, Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank building. 7-tf
The friends of Mrs. A. E. Gerig
will be glad to know that she is im improving
proving improving after a two weeks'; illness.
We take special pride in the quality
of the products of our soda fountain.
The Court Pharmacy.
Mr. and Mrs. Junie Perkins have
returned from their wedding trip and
are making their home at the Colo Colonial.
nial. Colonial. Pickled pigs feet, cold boiled ham
at the Delicatessen Market, opposite
fire station. 25-5t
Mr. Henry Raysor has bought a
mercantile business at Dunnellon and
will remove with his family to that
Another shipment of Nunnally's,
"The Candy of the South," in today.
We always have it fresh is the reason
we sell so. much of it. Come and get
yours at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
. Mrs. Maude Home has returned
from an enjoyable ten days' visit to
Miami, where she has ; been visiting
,V. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Mr. and Mrs.' Ardis Waterman have
returned from a delightful two weeks
spend in Miami as the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Hiers.
t Ladies,, we have another shipment
of those Roxbury Household Rubber
Gloves, sizes 6 to 8, a fifty cents the
pair. Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Mrs.iMyrtle Hall has arrived from
Milledgeville and is spending several
days visiting her Ocala friends, who
are very glad to see her.
Only two considerations ahead of
Promptness at our Soda Fountain
CLEANLINESS and QUALITY. The
Mrs. F. H. Logan took her small
son up to Jacksonville the first part
.of the week to be operated on. Mr.
Logan joined his wife last night.
Ford Touring Car and Ford Road Roadster,
ster, Roadster, in ,first class condition; cheap at
the Maxwell-Chalmers Agency, Ocala,
Mrs. Cyrus W. Hudson and little
daughter, Margaret of Thomasville,
Ga., arrived in the city yesterday for,
a week's visit to Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
A new shipment of Dr. Edison's
Cushion Sole and "Ezall" Arch Pro Protecting
tecting Protecting Shoes for ladies just received
at the Little Shoe Parlor. 7-tf
Mr. J. S. Jewett made a business
trip to Clearwater today in his hand handsome
some handsome new car, and was accompanied
on this pelasant trip by Messrs. T. B.
O'Steen, J. S. Tompkins and W. H,
Ott. Lakeland Telegram. v
" Mr. John Mitchell of Chicago left
yesterday after a short visit with his
cousin, Mrs. J. ,W. Davis. Before re returning
turning returning home Mr. Mitchell will visit
his mother in Jacksonville.
. Another car of four bix Maxwell
worm-gear trucks will be unloaded
this week, making four carloads of
these popular trucks to be handled in
the past four months. Call and see
them. They will solve your i hauling
pioblems. The Maxwell-Chalmers
Agency, Ocala. 24-6t
Tickets for the performance of Al
Field's minstrels are on sale at the
Court Pharmacy and going .fast. As
the Star reporter stood at the counter
in the drugstore this morning, he. saw
one man come in and buy tickets for a
whole row of seats.
Pickled pigs feet, cold boiled ham
at the Delicatessen Market, opposite
fire station. 25-5t
The Star' regrets to learn that Mr.
Jacob D. RobbinsorThas sold his fine
farm northeast of town and intends
to remove with his family. Mr. Rob Rob-binson
binson Rob-binson has been with us a long time,
and his friends will miss him and his
Chalmers the new 1919 models,
the handsomest in lines and most dur durable
able durable six for the money in -America,
five and seven-passenger models, havt,
just arrived and are on display in our
sales room. Maxwell-Chalmers Agen Agency,
cy, Agency, Ocala, Fla. 24-6t
There are a great many tourists in
town these days and nights. There
were 105 arrivals at the Harrington
last night, and the other hotels had
many guests. Between forty and
fifty passengers left fpr Palatka on
the .Daylight Line boat this morning.
Mullet and Sea Trout received daily
at the Delicatesson Market, opposite
fire station. 25-5t
Mrs. N. Hickman is entertaining a
few friends at auction this afternoon,
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. L.
R Chazal. The ladies who are en enjoying
joying enjoying the afternoon with Mrs. Hick Hickman
man Hickman are a few friends who were un unable
able unable to be present when Mrs. Hick Hickman
man Hickman entertained at the colonial card
party, which was given at the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club Friday.
A very pleasant afternoon was
spent when about twenty-five of the
members of the Ladies' Aid Society of
the Christian church took their work
and in cars went out to the home of
Mrs. J. B. Cappleman. Mrs. Capple Capple-mansurprised
mansurprised Capple-mansurprised her guests by serving
them delicious refreshments, while
with nimble fingers and merrv chat
the afternoon passed only too quickly.
HAMS AND SHOULDERS
1 We have a limited number of hamw
and shoulders that we will isell for
cash z. 36c. per pound for the hams
and 30c. per pound for the shoulders,
at our factory.
4-tf Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR, RENT AND SIM-
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
LOST In western part of Ocala,
two-year-old Jersey heifer, giving
milk. Any information leading to re recovery
covery recovery will be paid for by Edwards
Brothers, at Ocala National Bank, tf
FARM FOR RENT OR SALE-21
acres, buildings and fenced. Partly
under cultivation; on Ocala-Silver
Springs boulevard. Inquire of J. E.
Baxter, Ocala, Fla., or address Box
124, Auburndale, Fla. 28-3t
WANTED Stenographic work after
4:30 p. m. Office of fire chief, call 231
or 255. Mrs; Hampton Chambers, lm
FOR SALE Saxon little 4 roadster,
in good condition. See F. R. Hocker,,
Ocala, Fla. 26-6t
LOST Gold white face watch on
link bracelet; Swiss movement; lost
between South Fourth St. and Affleck
Millinery. Reward by applying to
Julia Thompson at Affleck Millin Millinery.
ery. Millinery. 26-3t ; ;
FOlV SALFj About 600 acres high
rolling pine land in one body; most of
pine timber removed; splendid for
cotton or peanut farm or stock rais raising;,
ing;, raising;, located near Croom in Hernando
county; northeast corner : crosses the
Withlacoochee river; $10 per acre.
Will sell for cash, or one-third cash,
and balance in one and two years at
, 6 per cent interest, payable semi
annually, secured by mortgage on the
property Address "Owner," care the
Ocala Star, Ocala, Fla. 26-6t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Call
at 115 Orange avenue. Phone 408. 3t.
FOR SALE One 1918 model Max Maxwell
well Maxwell touring car in good condition.
Apply to B. F. Condon, city. 22-6t
FOR SALE Reo Fifth touring car,
1917 model; first-class condition. Ap Apply
ply Apply to B. F. Condon, city. 22-t
LOST Solid gold bracelet, hand en
graved old English "H" in center,
and "Hazel B. C." writen underneath.
Please return to Mrs. Hampton Cham
bers and receive reward. 25-3t
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
EX)R SALF-Orange grove, ten acres,
well located, near Leesburg. Terms
and price, reasonable. Apply to S. S.
Savage Jr., Ocala, Fla. 22-6t
CADILLAC FOR SALE A 1912-13
model Cadillac touring car in perfect
mechanical conditon; good tires; $200
if taken quick. The Maxwell Chalmers
Agency, Ocala. 24-6t
WANTED All kinds of second hand
furniture, guns, beds, etc. Notify
me and I will send for them. J. W.
Hunter, Gunsmith, South Main St. tf
FOR SALE Extra fine Florida Run Runner
ner Runner Peanut seed; 5 cents pound. Wes Weston
ton Weston & Robertson, Newberry, Fla. 2118t
FOR RENT A bungalow with all
modern improvements, on Oklawaha
avenue. Apply to Miss Alice Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. 21-6t
FOR SALE One large and one small
cash register. Apply to Bodkin, care
Star office. . 20-6t
FOUND-A small bunch of keys.
Same can be had by inquiring at this
The Knickerbocker Press, Albany,
N. Y., has the following about Field's
minstrels, which appear at the Tem Temple
ple Temple next Saturday night:
One might imagine oneself back in
the tiays of balmy minstrelsy from
the jubilant spirit of the capacity au audience
dience audience that greeted Al. G. Fild's
Greater Minstrels in "War and Peace"
at. Harmanus Bleecker hall last night.
From the time of the first of the
seven scenes and the two tableaux,
vhich comprises the show, there was
not a dull or mononotous moment.
Befitting the spirit of the times, a
military touch is used m the opening,
which depicts the spirit of minstrelsy,
the south before the war, and a
scene in the trenches. Here is shown
the first glimpse of the costumes used
throughout the first part, military
suits in turquoise blue with gold, and
the minstrel men in the flame color
dress suits. Enthusiasm is aroused
at the scenic transformations that
follow, representing the morning of
the world, spring, summer, autumn,
harvest. Then the real minstrel time
begins, the company using the full
stage with the orchestra in the rear.
John Cartmell, as master of cere ceremonies,
monies, ceremonies, is an impressive figure and
keeps the ball rolling in a compe competent
tent competent way. There are plenty of fun
providers and the quality of the
voices for the various solo and en ensemble
semble ensemble numbers throughout the entire
performance is worthy of praise.
Very few worn out jokes have
found their way into this minstrel
gathering. There' is no doubt that
the endeavor to give the audience
something new and entertaining has
been most successfully achieved. Most
of the new stories have to do with
military language and have departed
from time worn paths of the usual,
As a fun-maker, Billy Beard, who,
aside from his part in the ensemble,
entertains for several minutes, with
some songs and a splendid monologue,
scored a hit.
Jack Richards, who scored with
"When You and I Were Young, Mag Maggie,"
gie," Maggie," and William Church, with his
song, ."Let Me Sleep UntU My Daddy
Comes Home," were among the chiei
applause getters, of the first part.
'Lasses White has a genuine dialect
and is the surprise of the perform performance.
ance. performance. There was not nearly enough
of his work. Charles Reinhart with
his yodle song has a good feature.
John Healy, though a quiet worker,
is another funmaker. The Oriental
I dance in the finale of the first part
won mucn appreciation.
In four scenes, part two,' seemed
to reveal something better as it pro progressed.
gressed. progressed. "School Days," the opening
scene, was interesting and well re received,
ceived, received, particularly for the dance
numbers. "The Phantom Patrol," with
soldiers of ancient and modern times,
concluded with the military tableau,
"Over the Top," which aroused a
burst of patriotic enthusiasm.
Perhaps nothing could be more
pleasing or suggestive of minstrelsy
than the final scene, "On the Missis Mississippi,"
sippi," Mississippi," with the "Robert E. Lee"
about to pull up the river.
Norris' "GOLD BOk" candy has a
distinctive charm that will long be
remembered. The Court Pharmacy.
Mrs. E. A. Anderson, wife of Ad Admiral
miral Admiral Anderson, spent several hours
in the city today, the guest .of her
niece, Mrs. Norman Kirk. She is on
her way to Galveston, where her hus husband
band husband will be stationed for some time.
Admiral 'Anderson will be remember remembered
ed remembered here, having visited his brother,
the late Dr. William Anderson, and
Kriends of both Admiral and Mrs. Ad-
derson regret that he was unable to
accompany his wife here, and that her
visit was such a short one. They were
in Tampa for some time.
REAL BARGAINS IN USED CARS
Four second hand Fords. Come and
lcok them over. AUTO SALES CO.
Phone 348. Mack Taylor.
Ct Ocala. Fl.
If you feel your bones aching get a
box of Rexal Cold Tablets at Gerig's
Drug Store. It' may prevent your
having "fW." tf
Ladies for that card party we have
a unique line of tally cards. The
Court Pharmacy. mon-wed-fri
Only Left It a Comb.
Mamma," said Bobby, "when yon
fold the new cook to dress the chicken,
she started to undress it." Boy's Life.
Mullet and Sea Trout received daily
at the Delicatesson Market, opposite
fire station, j 25-5t
Klenzo Creme insures clean teeth
and healthy gums. Sold in Ocala only
at Gerig's Drug Store.
Pickled pigs feet, cold boiled ham
at the Delicatessen Market, opposite
fire station. 25-5t
There is someone in your family who has a big responsibility.
Food to buy for the table; clothes for the children and grown grownups;
ups; grownups; new household utensils, linen, furniture, books and all
the hundred and one little things for which the family in in-come
come in-come is spent.
In mos families, one person does the bulk of the buying. And
it is that person's job to see that the money is well spent
that you all get full value for every cent that goes out.
The success of a family depends on wise buying just as the
success of a business does.
Wise buying means intelligent buying. It is necessary to have
knowledge of goods and stores.
The best way to get this knowledge is by reading advertise advertisements.
ments. advertisements. They tell you what is new and good. They tell you
where and when to buy to advantage'
Not only the person who does the buying but every member
of the family should read advertisements. It is the duty of
all the others to help the one who does the buying by point pointing
ing pointing out advertisements of new goods and giving all the infor information
mation information possible as to tastes and styles and values.
Advertisements are published for your 'benefit. Make use of
them by reading them.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
AUTO HEARSE SERVICE
We deliver caskets free anywhere in the county.
Calls promptly answered night or day.
vvilour c. surra sam r. pyles, jr.
LICEN S ED EMBALMERS.
Day Phone 10 Night Phones 223 and 423
Candler, Feb. 25. Mr. and Mrs.
Quick have had electric lights placed
in their, place of business and resi residence.
dence. residence. Mr. J. J. Marshall paid a brief visit
to Tampa and St. Petersburg last
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson have arrived
from Kansas and have taken posses possession
sion possession of theDr. Rankin property, which
they recently purchased, and will oc occupy
cupy occupy it as a home.
Mr. George Voeker of Ann Harbor,
Mich., who is spending the winter at
Leesburg, was. the guest Saturday of
his old friend, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Saturday, Miss Pearl Hall of Lake
Weir, was a between trains visitor
t Candler friends.
Mrs. Chas. Hv Mathews returned
Sunday from a visit to friends in
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Marshall and
their guests. Dr. and Mrs. Rankin
and Miss Annie Lee Rankin motored
to Silver Springs Saturday morning,
to enjoy the beauties of that wonder wonderful
ful wonderful resort
Mr. H. W. Baxter -spent several
days of the past week visiting the
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sylvester are
at Chester for an indefinite time.
The young people are anticipating
a dance Thursday evening at the
usual place, the cigar factory.
Mr. William Hyde has returned to
Venice7 after a" week spent with his
Mrs. A. Belcher has purchased of,
Miss Annie McKinney the vacant
store building, formerly occupied by
Ben Belcher for a grocery store.
Mullet and Sea Trout received daily
at- the Delicatesson Market, opposite
fire station. 25-5f
- te IBOTHMS
OKLAWAHA RIVER ROUTE
Silver Springs, Feb. 26. It is won wonderful
derful wonderful how really interesting the Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha river is to tourists and to all
people. And it is surprising how this
wierd river with its short crooks
changes so rapidly to a person on
board a fast moving vessel. The out outside
side outside scenery changes so rapidly at
times that a person on .deck really
believes thier are wheels in his 'head.
On a fast boat sometimes the rapid
changing scenery seems, to whirl
round and-ound, and the sun picks up
and races like the very dickens" to the
south, to the north, east and west.
And at' night when all the ghosts are
out in the Avierd fastnesses the moon
races round and jumps trees, Sunday
Bluff and goes out at the Straits of
Darden Kennels. The big dipper turns
over and spills all' the other stars out
and they winkle and twinkle. On a
fast vessel the river trip is very, very
interesting and refreshing and whole wholesome"
some" wholesome" and a little scarry at first. This
scene is soon over though. The ves vessel
sel vessel speeding fast down the stream,
suddenly finds an opening through the
green walls, toots the whistle goes
round a curse and the speell is broken.
Lonnie Randall, U. S. navy, from
New York to Conner. Lonnie Randall
owns the tug Clermont.
J. W. Randall. U. S. St. Johns rjver
service, Mayport, home on sick leave..
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual general meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Standard Kaolin Com Company
pany Company will be held at the office of the
company in the Leesburg State Bank'
building, Leesburg, Florida, Wednes-"
day, the 12th of March next, at 10 a.
m., for the purpose of electing offic officers,
ers, officers, and any other business that may1
properly be brought before it.
2-19-wed H. A. Budd, Secretary.
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