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OGALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH' 7, 1919,
VOL. 26, NO. 59
IfuitA Unwilling to Let Go Ships Un Un-less
less Un-less They Have Guarantee Their
People Will not Go Hungry
Paris, March 7. Germany has re refused
fused refused the proposition for the use of
her merchant ships made by the Al Allies'
lies' Allies' armistice commission. The Ger-
tmans propose that they release the
shipping desired in return for definite
assurance that enough food be sent
into Germany to enable the govern government
ment government to withstand the Bolshevik!
A TEMPORARY BREAK
London, March ,7. Negotiations at
Spa relating to the shipping question
have been broken off temporarily, ac according
cording according to a GernSan wireless received
London, March 7. German troops
on the Baltic coast have severely de defeated
feated defeated the Bolsheviki and recaptured
Riga, according to reports received
REINFORCING THE REDS
LonSon, March 7. A German wire wireless
less wireless states that in "addition to the
marine division anda portion of rep representative
resentative representative military, parts of the
Second Guard regiment and a guard
f usillier regiment joined the Sparta Sparta-cans
cans Sparta-cans Wednesday.
BATTLES IN BERLIN
Copenhagen, March 7. Eight were
killed and a number wounded in the
fighting 'hat occurred in the vicinity
of police headquarters in Berlin
Thursday, according to a Berlin dis dispatch.
patch. dispatch. Police headquarters was dam
,"aged severely in the heavy fighting,
the Spartacans using machine guns
and artillery against it.'
GENIUS AT DISCOUNT
Stockholm, March 7. The Russian
Bolshevik government is preparing a
law decreeing that all .professional i
men and artists must work for the
government, according to Petrograd
advices "Even authors will be mob mobilized,
ilized, mobilized, it is said, and their works.be
token as national property.
SCIIIEDEMANN WILL STAY
j Amsterdam? March 7. Chancellor
Scheidemann handed his resignation
to President Ebert to enable the pres president
ident president to have a free hand to deal with
the present situation, according to the
Berlin Zeitungan Mittag. President
Tbert declined the resignation and re requested
quested requested Scheidemann and his cabinet
to remain in office.
SCIENTISTS CONDEMN STRIKE
' Berlin, Wednesday, March 6. (By
the Associated Press.) The govern governing
ing governing board of the society of physicians
and surgeons has sharply condemned
the strike on the ground that .it is
jeopardizing the public health through
stoppage of all transportation and
telegraph service as well "as public
t utilities. Sanitary crews engaged in
checking spotted and typhus fevers
declare their work is greatly hamper hampered
ed hampered on account of the strike.
FOR THE WEEK
Today: "Kitty Gordon in "A Man Mandarin's
darin's Mandarin's Gold." Mutt and Jeff.r
Saturday: Edith Roberts in "Set
Free." ',.;':" 7 v 7
Monday: Francis X. Bushman and
Beverly Bayne in "Social Quick Quicksands."
. Tuesday: Alice Brady in "The Death
Wednesday: Geqrge Walsh in "I'll
Say So," a .Fox film.
Thursday: Wallace ,Reid in "Less
Mack Taylor the Dodge agent, yes yesterday
terday yesterday sold a screened delivery truck
to Louis J. Dankwertz, the Pedro
merchant, for use in hauling between
Ocala and his place. Mack unloaded
a-car of Dodge touring, cars yester yesterday
day yesterday and expects another load in next
Monday. He says that selling Dodges
is easier than getting the factory to
ship at the present time.
L. S. Hughey and G. R. Glenn of
Indian Head, Canada wno have been
spending the winter in Miami, were in
the city today en route home. The lat latter
ter latter had the misfortune to losehis coat
between Ocala and Leesburg this
morning. Any one finding it will
please leave at this office. These gen gentlemen
tlemen gentlemen are thoroughly enjoying their
auto trip through" the state.
A new and absolutely cWplete 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
GOOD USE FOB THE
Will he Melted Down and Made Into
Medals to Reward the Industrious
Victory Bond Workers
Washington, March 7. Medals to
be made from captured guns will be
awarded by the treasury department
to all. liberty workers who participate
actively in the Victory Loan cam campaign.
paign. campaign. The treasury department an announced
nounced announced today that medals would be
distributed to all members of all local
loan committees who do conspicuous
work, such as serving on volunteer
Washington, March 7. No 'objec 'objection
tion 'objection will be made by the bureau of
markets to bona .fide cotton sales or
purchases under old-style contracts
for the sole purpose of liquidating
actually existing long or short inter interests,
ests, interests, it was announced today. It is
provided, however, that all liquidation
mustbe accomplished not later than
May 1, after which date all transac transactions
tions transactions must be under the new style as
provided by the law approved March
' WEST COAST ROUTES
Both Seaboard and A. C. L. Should
Close Gaps in Their Lines
(J. E. Worthington in Tampa Times)
Dunnellon, March 5. If the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Coast Line only planned for a
branch line lumber road when it built
the Wilcox extension from this city
to Wilcox and thence 'to Perry, a dis distance
tance distance in all of 105 miles, why did it
build such a good road?
This is the question people in this
city and. well informed people all
along the route are asking.
'The Coast Line built a very sub substantial
stantial substantial road for a branch. It was
opened in 1914 and it has
Eighty-five -poimd rails.
Wide road bed, suitable for double double-tracking.
Very low grades and few curves.
And it is fenced. -
Evidently the railroad people had in
mind completing this road out of .the
state and making a short line from
South Florida to the northwestern
gateway 'which would mean much to
South Florida an '1 very much to the
country that would bo opened up by
this extension. Certainly the Coast
Line did not put in such a good road
to use only as it now does, to carry on
a logging business with a passenger passenger-train
train passenger-train three times a week. It is true
that there is. little development out outside
side outside of lumber in the district reached
now, but once it is thrown open it has
potentialities that will attract a large
population. Some of the best farming
land in the state is located in the
counies north of here and the time is
coming when they will support great
numbers of cattle and raise quantities
of corn, cotton and general ... farm
353 Miles to Albany
Building the 30-mile gap from Per Perry
ry Perry to Monticello would give a route of
333 miles from Tampa to Albany, a
gateway point to the northwest. From
Tampa via Jacksonville to Albany is
427 miles. Most of South Florida's
freight now moves, however, not by
way of Jacksonville, but via Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, Dunnellon and Live Oak to Al
bany, a distance of 3-7 miles; so that
by building the 30-mile Perry-to-Monticello
gap there would be a sav saving
ing saving of 64 miles. This could be reduc reduced
ed reduced about 25 miles more by building
the extension fnom Thonotosassa to
Dade City, described in yesterday's
Times. v v.
"Some time this extension will be
built," said G. W. Neville, cashier of
the Bank of Dunnellon today. "It is
such a logical thing to do and will
open up such a fine country that. there
is no doubt about its final accomplish
ment. Just when, we people up here
have no idea. We would do anything
in our power to advance it because it
would mean much to this section. An
other Tampa connection would be of
advantage to us while a through route
would bring more people past our
doors and some of them would stop
:L TT T J a.' a. x
I wiiii us, xiuwever, uo noi expect to
Cf'P mnTl rlrm wliilo V ncommoTit
is running the roads. It is not set settled
tled settled enough to do much building, I ex
No S. A. L. Activity
"We have heard little ab5ut an rfx rfx-tension
tension rfx-tension of the Seaboard lately," Isaid
Mr. Neville. "Three years ago there
was considerable talk that the line
fiom Brooksville to Inverness would
be built which would give "us a short
line to Tampa. I expect the war has
headed off that plan for the present."
B. G. Tillis of the Dunnellon Phos-
jphate Co., one of the old settlers of
tms section, is anoiner wno leeis tnat
TRYING TO SETTLE
Premiers of Britain and France and
American Representative Clear Clear-'
' Clear-' ing Obstructions to Peace
Paris, March 7. Premiers Lloyd
George and Clemenceau and Colonel
House conferred before the meeting oi
the supreme council today in an effort
to try arfd settle the difference of the
three nations over military, naval
and economic questions connected
with the preliminary peace terms.
The army and navy experts of several
countries, it is said, have been unable
to agree on terms.
v SUITS THE SWISS
Geneva, March 7. The Swiss peace
society at its meeting last night
adopted resolutions favoring the ad adhesion
hesion adhesion of Switzerland to the Uague
RESULT OF MALICIOUS REPORT!
Pensacola, March 7. Circulation of
a rumor that the American National
Bank of this city was not solvent,
which the bank characterized in a
statement to the public as a "malic "malicious
ious "malicious lie," started a three-hours' run
on the bank yesterday. The bank of officials
ficials officials countered with "a huge placard
reading, "We have plenty of money;
come get yours." These notices restor restored
ed restored public confidence and at the clos closing
ing closing the bank posted a notice that it
would open at the usual hour today.
the northwestern outlet is so logical
that it is sure to be built.Mr. Tillis
called attention to the high grade of
construction as indicating that the
Coast Line must have had something
more in view than a branch line.
"Of course Dunnellon, of itself,
would have little to offer in the way
of traffic,", said Mr. Tillis, "but it
would be of much advantage to our
section to have the road opened and it
isuite certain to me that the Coast
Line intends in time to open it.
Otherwise, why would they-have built
it in such permanent shape as they
did? It is not a branch line by any
means. When the road w-as under
way it was talked a good deal that the
Coast Line expected to build the gap
from Perry to Monticello, too, but the
var came on and nothing was done."
Mr. Tillis says nothing has been
heard of late about the extension of
the Seaboard from Brooksville to In Inverness,
verness, Inverness, a distance of about 20 miles,
which, would put the hard rdfcfc phos phosphate
phate phosphate district in and about Inverness
and Dunnellon, in touch with ship-side
at. Tampa by a direct route not' over
CO miles long.
Hard Rock to Fernandina
All of the hard rock in this section
moved oufc before the war via Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard to Fernandina, a distance of
about 180 miles, where it was put
aboard vessels with the exception of
the shipments made by the Dunnellon
Phosphate Co. 'to Port Inglis and
there loaded aboard ship at the mouth
of the Withlacoochee. The Borneo, an
Austrian ship, which was interned in
Tampa harbor for two years during
the war, was taking on phosphate at
Port Inglis when the war broke out.
The Seaboard has since bought the
Standard & Hernando railway, the
branch line by which the ,Dunnellon
Phosphate Co. moved its rock, the
lighters have been moved to Tampa
and there is nothing at Port Inglis
now except the drying plant. Rock
is sent there to dry, then shipped back
through to Fernandina.
Little rock has been shipped dur-
ii j .v
mg xne war ana most; oi xne mines
in this section have been more or less
idle, some of them maintaining only
watchmen while others', including the
Dunnellon Phosphate Co., have kept
in motion and piled up stocky piles,
ready for the resumption of business
when the Central Powers are again
able. to open a line of credit and ac
cept shipments. Much of the hard rock
went from here to Germany and Aus
tria, some going to Scandinavian
countries. The pebble phosphate min
ers of Polk and Hillsborough counties
were able to find markets in this
country when the foreign markets
wer cut off, but the hard rock men
wer not so f ortunate; though their
product contains a higher percentage
of acid phosphate than does the peb pebble
ble pebble rock. The Dunnellon Phosphate
Co. has a stock pile that looks like a
Should Route Via Tampa
Were the Seaboard to open its
Tampa Northern line to Inverness
there is no reason why the hard roc,k
mined in this section should not go
out "through Tampa, unless, possibly,
the Seaboard elevator is not adapted
to moving-the hard rock output. Mr.
Tillis understands that the Seaboard
elevators aTe adapted only to handling
pebble phosphate, while the "Coast
Unless They Soon Receive Help, the
Brave People of the Black Moun Mountain
tain Mountain Will be Wiped Out
Rome, Thursday, March 6. The
American commission sent to Monte
negro to inquire into conditions there,
passed through Rome today toward
Pans. The situation" in Montenegro
was described as desperate. It was
said the population is actually dying
RESULTS OF ANARCHY-
People are Starving to Death by
Thousands in Moscow and -Petrograd
London, March 7. Starvation pre
vails throughout Bolshevik Russia and
is killing off the population by thou
sands. Diseases due to undernour undernourishment
ishment undernourishment are rampaxvt. Food is so
scarce in Petrograd and Mqscow that
cats sell readily for three dollars each.
Undertakers cannot cope with condi conditions,
tions, conditions, as there is not enough wood for
coffins. Several Britishers who .had
lived nearly all their lives in Russia
have lef because of the intolerable
conditions. They brought reports of
the conditions to the British govern government's
ment's government's attention.
Their evidence is unanimous that
the food situation is 1 indescribably
terrible, and if means are not found
to alleviate it the inhabitants of Bol
shevik Russia may starve to death in
Petrograd in three weeks. Alos they
reported milk as selling for five dol
lars a pint; pork, thirty dollars a
pound; butter, forty-five dollars; tea,
$125, and potatoes, $375.
Mr. Herman Marsh, who has spent
a good deal of time in the city for
the past few years and made a great
many friends here, died this morning
in Nashville, Tenn. His father receiv received
ed received a telegram this morning advising
him of his son's' death and left for
Nashville to arrange for the funeral.
ART LOAN EXHIBIT
Be sure ot attend the art loan ex
hibit at the Woman's Club this after
noon at 4 o'clock and this evening bx
7:45 o'clock. A splendid musical pro program
gram program will be given. Pantqmine and
other interesting features will be en enjoyed.
joyed. enjoyed. A varied program, sparkling
with interest from beginning to end.
Admission, 25 and 15 cents.
OKLAWAHA RIVER ORDERS
Silver Springs, March 5. Davis
Long, who has been in the army in
France, has returned home. He was
mustered out at Fort Hancock.
Capron Smith, formerly engineer
on the City of Ocala, will till the
soil at home.
Laurie Izlar has accepted the posi position
tion position of engineer on the City of Ocala.
Joseph Madden has been assigned
as cabin boy for the City of Ocala.
.The Hart Line boat Okahumkee,
Captain Black, lands her passengers
at Brooklyn Grove, a mile or so be below
low below the springs.
Austin Kelly, U. S. N., is at Con Conner
ner Conner for an 18-day furlough from
Carl Mason has resigned his posi position
tion position as pilot for the Wekiwa 'and is
in the navy at Charleston.
The freighter Helkat, Capt. E. L.
Mills, put in Saturday for freight
consigned to local river points.
J. W. Randall, who has been visit visiting
ing visiting at home, has returned to May May-port,
port, May-port, where he is In the St. Johns
The movements of the City of
Ocala, the Wekiwa, the Helkat and
the Okahumkee up and down the riv river
er river are well regulated now and one
may get their schedule from the
charts or pamphlets.
Mrs. Mattie Hall and Miss Opal
are traveling by the City of Ocala and
Essex of the Merchants' & Miners'
Line to Baltimore. A. A. G.
Line elevator at Port Tampa "can
handle both pebble and hard rock.
When some fi the hard rock was
moved out of here via Tampa he says
that all of it went via Coast Line. He
is rather of the opinion that even if
the Tampa Northern were extended
into tW hard rock phosphate fields
the rock would still go out via Fern Fernandina,
andina, Fernandina, but admits that his informa information
tion information as to the capabilities of the
Tampa' elevators is not positive.
Summed up, Dunnellon hopes to see
both the Seaboard and the Coast Line
make the northwestern route exten extensions
sions extensions and believes that in time both
will be made.
Evidence of Germany's Evil Inten Intentions
tions Intentions Toward Helpless People of
Prostrate Nation Unearthed
London, Thursday, March C. A
Reuter Paris dispatch says that addi additional
tional additional evidence will be laid before the
commission of reparation of the
peace conference, by presentment of
full documents discovered by the Bel Belgian
gian Belgian police, containing detailed in instructions
structions instructions to the German troops for
carry tg out their work of destruc destruction
tion destruction in Belgium.
SIXTY DOLLAR BONUS
To be Paid to Soldiers Discharged
Since April 6, 1917
Section 1406 of the revenue act ap approved
proved approved February 24, 1919. authorizes
the payment of a bonus of $C0 to of officers,
ficers, officers, soldiers, field clerks and nurses
of the army upon honorable separa separation
tion separation from active service by discharge,
resignation or otherwise. This bonus
is not payable to the heirs or repre representatives
sentatives representatives of any deceased soldier.
Those who are discharged hereaft
er will receive this bonus on the same
roll or voucher they are paid their
. Those who have been discharged
and have received their final pay
without the $G0 bonus, should write a
letter to he Zone Finance Officer,
Lemon building,. Washington, D. C,
stating their, service since April 6,
1917, the date of last discharge and
their present address to which they
desire their bonus checks to be sent
and enclosing fvith the letter their
discharge certificate or military order
for discharge and both, if both were
Upon reecipt of the zone finance of officer,
ficer, officer, Washington, D. C, of this in information
formation information and the soldier's discharge
certificate, this officer will cause
checks to be drawn and mailed to the
claimants in the order in which their
claims were received by him. The
discharge certificate will be returned
to the soldier with the check.
It is estimate'd that at least one
million and a quarter persons have
been discharged from the service who
are entitled to the benefits of this act
and while payments will be made as
expeditiausly as practicable, it will
manifestly talre considerable time to
write and' mail this many checks.
BONDS WILL BE REDEEMED
Temple theater bonds Nos. 5, 12, 13,
16 and 78 were drawn at the Munroe
& Chambliss Bank this morning for
redemption. Jake Brown, Sec'y.
Miss Mary Burford returned home
last night from Cincinnati, where she
has been doing good work as a nurse
at the general hospital. Her friends
are very glad to have her at home
again. She has been of the greatest
help at the hospital, and was much
in need of a rest.
Lieut. Robert Allen Burford return returned
ed returned today from his trip north.
Big shipment of JACOB'S CAN CANDIES,
DIES, CANDIES, "Made Last Night," just re received
ceived received by express at Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. 3-6t
Dr. D. M. Smith has a letter from
Lieut.-Col. Breckinridge, at a base
hospital in France, announcing that
Sergeant Edward B. Green is in good
condition and awaiting transportation
home. The letter, which was dated
Feb. 12, had attached a paper, which
stated that Sergeant Green had been
transferred from Base Hospital 61
(presumably where he had been for
the last few months) to Savenay. It
is possible that Sergeant Green is
now on the ocean, on the hospital
ship Mercy, which will dock at New
York in a few days.
A new shipment of Dr. Ediibn's
Cushion Sole and "Ezall" Arch Pro Protecting
tecting Protecting Shoes for ladies juit received
at the Utile Shoe Parlor. 7-tf
Mr. D. B. Snell, formerly of Elec Elec-tra,
tra, Elec-tra, now of Homestead, has been here
visiting his old home. Mr. Snell moved
from Marion to the East Coast sev several
eral several years ago. He was oyer draft
age, but soon after war was declared
he volunteered and went to France
with the First Gas Regiment. He saw
considerable service, and also had
quite a spell in the hospital. He is
glad to be in America again, and de decided
cided decided to see old Marion before set settling
tling settling down in his home on the East
Yoa 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 cut promt promt-ly.
ly. promt-ly. Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Only to Keep British
Forces Up to a Reasonable
London, Thursday, March 6. Brit British
ish British navel estimates issued tonight
provide for a personal of 2S0.OOO and
a total expenditure of the year of
seven hundred and forty-six million
dollars. The sum irrludes three hun hundred
dred hundred and forty millions for shipbuild shipbuilding,
ing, shipbuilding, repairs and maintenance.
ENTIRE WORLD IS
MENACED BY ANAROIY
Raymond Robbins, Formerly a Citizen
of Ocala, Describes Conditions
Washington, March 7. Raymond
Robins, .former head of the American
Red Cross mission to Russia, told
the Senate investigating committee
yesterday there was a fundamental
menace :for the world in Russian Bol Bolshevism,
shevism, Bolshevism, and urged that the people be
allowed to know the truth about its
false tci.ching, and correction of ex existing
isting existing eTils in American economic and
social life by law as a means of com combating
bating combating the spread of Bolshevism it
Robins said that a year ago Nikolai
Lenine, the Bolshevist premier, had
correctly forecasted how Bolshevist
ideas would take root in Bulgaria,
Austria and Germany in the order
named. Robins quoted Lenine at de declaring
claring declaring the American .government was
entirely corrupt, and adding: We
challenge every government. 'We may
be overwhelmed, but at the same time
we will destroy all moribund political
Urging the withdrawal of American
and allied forces from Russia, Robins
said: "Sending these troops to Rus Russia
sia Russia helped to precipitate the 'Red
Terror." The witness said the Rus Russian
sian Russian soriet government agreed in
February, 1918, to denounce the
Brest-Litovsk treaty, and resume war
against Germany, if the United States
and Great Britain would assure co
operation, but despite his own efforts
and those of British High Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Lockhart to induce their gov governments
ernments governments to agree, no response was
received, and the treaty was approv approved
ed approved at Moscow.
METHODIST SEWING CIRCLE
Mrs. W. A. Barrett will entertain
the Methodist sewing circle on Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at her resi residence.
dence. residence. All members are cordially in invited
vited invited to be pr.eient.
NOTICE TO DISCHARGED
SOLDIERS AND SAILORS
Particulars as to obtaining -the
sixty dollars bonus for discharged
men can be had by applying to the
undersigned. D. Niel Ferguson,
Chairman Civilian Relief Committee,
American Red Cross, Ocala, Fla.
BED CROSS MEETING
Miss Mary Ann Abel, director of
the bureau of after care for disabled,
soldiers and sailors, will make an ad address
dress address at the board of trade rom in
Ocala on Thursday afternoon, March
12th, at 2:30 o'clock. All chapters
are requested to be represented. Re Returned,
turned, Returned, tailors and soldiers are espec especially
ially especially invited.
SMITH'S PRESSING. CLUB
We 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 I'd.
tf A. O. SMITH, Prop.
W. K. Lane, 51. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat, Law Library Building, Ocala,
Flequltites for Ccpyrtcht.
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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
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Without the United States the
league of nations will be only a bush
If Mayor Hylan of New York had
the spunk of Mayor Hansen of Seat
tle, that harbor strike wouldn't last
. Italy is accused of holding up sup supplies
plies supplies intended for the Czecho-Slovaks
and Jugo-Slavs, and the other big
powers are becoming peeved about it.
The great steamship Leviathan
landed ten thousand returned soldiers
in New York yesterday. The Germans
J! i J t it 1 !1.
uio.ua a great lavor wnen mey uuiit
that ship. ..
One complaint the American nation
has against the peace conference is
that it is paying the salaries and ex expenses
penses expenses of about 250 utterly useless
men who are, attending it.
Gen. Joffre says the league of na
tions is lost if America does not give1
it full support. It will be twenty
months before we can know whether
or not America supports it.
It looks like Copperhead Lafollette
and Incendiary Sherman are going to
boss the republican majority of the
Senate. How any. American can asso associate
ciate associate with the former is something
we cannot understand. .
We see that Henry Ford is going to
invent a tinlizzie that will foe cheaper
than any yet built. Perhaps we will be
able to buy one. So far we 'have never
owned any vehicle except a wheel wheelbarrow
barrow wheelbarrow and a baby carriage.
There will be no Mann as speaker
of the next House, Which ought to
please the suffragettes.- Tampa
And we hope Gillett will prove
sharper than the razor he's named
We endorse the following from the
Times-Union: '.'Some newspapers are
suggesting that conscientious objec objectors
tors objectors should be disfranchised, which
seems fair enough. If they do .not
think this country is worth fighting
for they shouldn't be allowed to vote."
plaints about Brest. The truth of the
business seems to have been that
while conditions at Brest were bad
for a .time, the trouble was due to
circumstances beyond the army's con control,,
trol,, control,, and they have since been large largely
ly largely remedied.
A live-wire member of the state
legislature has the opportunity of his
life for fame. Let him go to Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee this year and swear out warrants
for the arrest of every member of the
legislature for perjury. The blithe way
in which Florida legislators have vio violated
lated violated their oaths indicates that they
have no fear of being held to ac account.
count. account. Nor will they be until some
honorable man goes to Tallahassee
who has the courage to call for im impeachment
peachment impeachment proceedings for the bath bath-breakers.
breakers. bath-breakers. Miami Metropolis.
Why doesn't the editor of the Me Metropolis
tropolis Metropolis swear out warrants against
the members of the legislature ? It is
just as much his right, and just as
much his duty, as it is the right and
duty of any member of the state sen senate
ate senate or house.
A Lady 'Contributor to the Ocala
Star is writing a bright column under
head of "Bright Bits."-Benjamin will
have to look out for his laurels.
The unwiltingest laurel we have is
that we always give the other bright
writers a' show.
The Lodge resolution which was
signed by thirty-seven republican
senators in the last hours of the Sixty-fifth"
Congress is 50 per cent per personal
sonal personal malice and 50 per cent political
bluff. New York Worl.
It may be malice, but. not bluff.
They hold four aces.
Says the Toronto Mail and Empire.
"William Hale Thompson, the pro pro-German
German pro-German mayor of Chicago, has re received
ceived received the republican nomination for
another term, which is an indication
that Mayor Thompson knew what he
was talking -about when he said that
Chicago is the sixth largest German
city in the world."
Gen. Pth-shing traces 'the attacks
on the camp aty Brest to the personal
spite of Major Alfred H. Birdsall, a
New York newspaper man, formerly
provost marshal at Brest but remov removed
ed removed from his ; post and punished by t a
military' court for various offenses,
one of which was striking an enlisted
man. Birdsall returned to the United
States in January, and soon after the
newspapers began to print com-
A dispatch from Paris says that it
is very likely that the reply Premier
Clemenceau will make to a letter sent
to him by OTCelley, the Irish "envoy,"
asking that Ireland be admitted to the
league of nations will be in the form
of friendly counsel to these Irishmen
to go home. .The official French atti attitude
tude attitude toward Ireland is that hers is not
a question arising out of the war and
the time is not well chosen to bring
it up before the council of nations.
Besides, the conduct of Ireland during
the war has not been. such as to merit
much sympathy, except from Ger Germany.
many. Germany. Col. Hilary A. Herbert who passed
away in Tampa Wednesday night,
was a fine specimen of the genuine,
old-fashioned southern gentleman. He
won his military title on the battle battlefield,
field, battlefield, in the service of the Confedera
cy. He represented the Montgomery
district of Alabama in Congress for
eighteen years, and was secretary of
the navy under Cleveland s second:
administration. He was eighty-five
years old, and his long life was full
of good "work for his friends and the
public. His name will be perpetuated
irv the navy, as one of the new de destroyers
stroyers destroyers will be named after him.
Does the Ocala Star .expect the
lawyers who have built up the "pres
ent cumbersome system" of pleading
and practice of laws, to lend a hand to
simplifying the law so that each lay layman
man layman may become his own lawyer?
No chance of the layman ever be
coming his own lawyer. But we know
quite a number of lawyers, among the
most efficient and conscientious in the
profession, who want to trim out all
impediments, to justice.
Elsewhere we print an interesting
story by J. E. Worthingtoh for the
Tampa Times, regarding the west
coast routes of the Seaboad and At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic .Coast Line. Ocala is much in interested
terested interested .in these routes, the comple completion
tion completion of which would mean more than
anything else to the development of
the gulf coast. There is an error in
one place in Mr. Worthington's story
he says the phosphate drying plant
is at Port Inglis. Instead, it is at
Inglis, nine miles from the Port.'
To "walk chalks" is ah ordeal some sometimes
times sometimes used on board snip as a test of
drunkenness. Two parallel ines"are
chalked for some distance upon the
deck, and if the supposed delinquent
can walk from one end to the other
without overstepping either, he is de declared
clared declared to be sober. Miami Herald. -The
test in the army is not so strict.
A soldier is not considered drunk un until
til until he falls down and has to grab a
root to keep from falling off. the face
of the earth. v
After being; in power for eight
years, the democrats have lost con control
trol control of Congress and the loss is direct directly
ly directly due to muddled legislation. The
65th Congress started off well it
made prompt response to demands of
national honor and the. needs of the
country at the beginning of the war,
but when it came to good manage management
ment management and a clear economic policy, it
fell down most lamentably.
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The Lakeland Star, criticises the
State Board of Health for its opposi
tion to chiropractors,. The Star is
correct. The state board takes an
unfair advantage of its position. If
the state board wants to do its duty
and do the public a service, let it put
a ban on patent medicine boozes and
dopes that the druggists are selling.
EQUAL SUFFRAGE DEPAHTMEHT
EDITOR, ISABEL STUART MAYS
Center HilL Fla.
"We shall fieht for the thin ex
which we have always carried nearest
our heart for democracy, for the
right of those who submit to author authority
ity authority to have, a voice in their. own gov government."
ernment." government." Woodrow Wilson.
The omission of a line from last
week's opening particle destroyed the
sense of a whole paragraph. The sen sentence
tence sentence should have read: "It is time to
stop theorizing about what a wom woman's
an's woman's place ought to be and adjust our ourselves
selves ourselves to what it actually is. It is a
condition, not a theory, that con confronts
fronts confronts us."
Ex-President Taft Declares for Worn Worn-,
, Worn-, an Suffrage
. At a luncheon for 250 women dele delegates
gates delegates to the national conference of the
league of nations held at the Hotel
Statler, St. Louis, the other day, ex ex-President
President ex-President Taft spoke for 'suffrage to
the following effect:
"He used to think that the iritroduc iritroduc-ticn
ticn iritroduc-ticn of women in politics would make
no difference, as the women in any
community would vote- as the men
did. He now thinks the ballot would
be good for the women an3 for the
country; first, because women are
more sensitive to the 'trend of public
opinion than the men and less ham
pered by traditions of politics. Sec
ond, because the vast number of
women coming into industries need
the ballot for protection in order
that they may meet men engaged in
the same work on equal terms."
At this meeting an unanimous res resolution
olution resolution was sent to the Missouri sen senate
ate senate asking it to pass the presidential
suffrage bil for Missouri women.
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A Summary of Mrs. Catt's Idea of the
Power in the Women Voters
The women voters of the world
have a unique opportunity at this
time to render a signal and immortal
service to the liberty and welfare of
humanity. ThatJ service consists in
upholding and making impregnable
the fine impulse to- democracy that
has come into being with the world
war. It consists in strengthening and
clarifying the application o democ democracy
racy democracy so that the old grievous errors
of history may not be repeated. It
consists in demonstrating to even the
most reactionary Tory that the right
cf self-government cannot be limited
by an arbitrary restriction on the
ground of sex any more than on the
ground of property, and that the
mental operation of the man who
holds that pod has equipped him with
the ability to vote and blessed him
with the right of self-government and
yet believes that women have neither
the ability nor the right to a voice in
their own government, is only a
modified form of that of the ex-kaiser,
who declared himself an instrument
of God and that the rule of men was
The women voters of the world, and
they number millions, united, insis insistent,
tent, insistent, can do for the women of all
struggling new republics what no men
ever have done for them. From the
experience of women voters, much
may be contributed to embolden the
timid, to convince the doubting and
strengthen the" morale of the entire
If an intelligent, alert democracy
is in truth the only safeguard against
world5 war, and no, one has suggested
any other, women voters should know
their opportunity is more than an
open door; it is a command to action.
The united women voters of the
world will produce a power which can cannot
not cannot but make its way even against a
united European toryism.
There is an obviously important na national
tional national program for women voters as
well. The great diversity of laws
which concern women and children in
our several states is a continual men menace
ace menace to the safety and welfare of the
unfortunate and uninformed.
The average woman cannot be -expected
to know the peculiarities of
the laws in forty-eight different
states. The laws of the stated could
be unified and improvements added
even in the states more liberal in
their laws if women voters would
agree upon a proper constructive pro
gram, it is a fact so obvious that it
needs no demonstration that if one
section of the country is much behind
the times in education and legal pro protection
tection protection to women and childrn, its civ civilization
ilization civilization is bound to prove a deterrent
influence over the whole nation.
More, if the United States is to be-
Emminmedlfiaiile eMwiry 2
We have in, -stock at Ocala, for immediate delivery,
the following cars. Prices are '.'ready to ride away";
that is freight, war tax and all costs included. All are
the very latest 1919 models.
One Seven Passenger Chalmers Six.... $1800
Two Five Passenger Chalmers Sixes 1750
Twelve Five Passenger Maxwell Fours. 1050
Five Maxwell Worm Gear Trucks, with Cabs and Windshields
' 34 x Ayi U. S. Tires.... .... .... 1375
One 1918 Model Maxwell (new and unused) T.. 950
One 1918 Maxwell Enclosed with Winter Top (new and un unused)......
used)...... unused)...... .... 1050
The New Oakland "Sensible Six,, isxoming. It will sell here.
ready to drive away, for...... 1250
number of used car bargains in Maxwells, Cadillacs,
I Fords. Liberal time payments ohany cpr, new or used.
Perfect Service on all cars and trucks that we sell.
Call on us for Demonstrations.
R. K. Carroll-
come the teacher of the world in ap applied
plied applied democracy, it 1 must wipe somo
blcts from its own escutcheon. That
votes are still bought upon occasion,
ballot boxes stuffed and candidates
and measures counted out, is- well
known. More careful attention to the
selection of-election officers and still
more careful attention to their train training
ing training would contribute the most impor important
tant important corrective agency Women teach teachers,
ers, teachers, bookkeepers, clerks and many
stenographers have the especial train training
ing training for this work. A skilled exami examination
nation examination into the election and the cor corrupt
rupt corrupt practices laws would repeal
many a loophole through which the
unscrupulous may escape. A unifica unification
tion unification of these laws will go far to make
elections respectable and respected,
where neither condition is now the
Women voters should contribute
more to their nation and to the world
than they will do when acting from a
localized viewpoint. "Those who live
in the valley do not know what is to
be seen from the mountain top." The
opportunity to, climb the mountain and
to view all mmanity in its struggle
upward toward permanent democratic
institutions and consequent perma permanent
nent permanent peace is here. The, opportunity
to extend a helping hand to those who
are likely to find the path rough and
thorny is here. The woman voter
with the vision of coming freedom for
the race in her soul wilUnot hesitate
to offer her services.
Carrie Chapman Catt,
President National American Woman
Suffrage Association. K
Klenzo Creme insures clean teeth
and healthy gums. Sold in Ocala onlyi
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
. 1-C-E 2
Real vs. False Economy
Resist the mental suggestion to curtail your Tegular taking of ice
until "the weather turns warm again Your refrigerator is going
nicely now; it is well chilled and it is doing fall duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER. m.
.Don't let it lapse even a little bit it may'rulk on you all the
remainder of the season.
OCALA ICE AND PACKING COMPANY
o o O' w 1 & x & s &
EAT WITH GAS
l TTfk nmrii t
w lull llltf I f
. The THERMOPHORE Radiant Gas Heater Is the
0 Best and Most Economical Made.
$3 A Full Line of Resnor and Hot Spot Heaters.
Let Us Demonstrate These To You.
. FLORIDA UTILITIES CO.
Harrington Block, Fort King Are.
A merchant who advertUes usuallr has something of merit to offer his
customers, and 70a can depend era. his merchandise being- fresh, because he
sell It off. by adrertislns. before It old o his shelTes. Ponder this.
iPPPpIl YOUR SHOES
Jppi rWEAT 'Jjj
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LIQUIDS etnef PASTES
For B!ockAVhlte,Tan and
Ox-Blood (dark brown) Shoes
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, BIARCH 7, 1913
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lieUTilllllCES HIGH SCHDDL DEPAilTMEIlT
Let us VULCANIZE your old,
used, supposedly worn outvtires
-and save you' money. The extra
service you'll get out of our re rebuilt
built rebuilt tires w ill prove the practi practical
cal practical value of our VULCANIZ VULCANIZING.
ING. VULCANIZING. Try it on one tire and
Plione 78 Ocala, Fla.
WHITE STAR LINE
Who- Eeeef its By
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You feel that retail
meat prices aire too high.
Your retailer says he
has to pay higher prices
to the packers.
Swift & Company ptove
tliat out of every dollar
the retailer pays ,tb the
packers for meat, 2 cents
is for packers' profit, 13
cents is for operating
expenses, and 85 cents
goes to the stock raiser;
and that the prices of live
stock and meat move up
and down together.
The live-stock raiser points
to rising costs of raising live stock.
Labor reminds us that higher
wages must go hand in hand
with the new cost of living.
No .one,,' apparently, is
responsible. No one, apparently,
; is benefited by higher priees and
We are all living on a, high high-prised
prised high-prised scale One trouble is,
that the number of dollars has
multiplied faster than the quan quantity
tity quantity of goods; so that each dollar
buys less than formerly.
Swift & Company, U.S. A.
If you have any society items,
please phone One-Two-One (121).
-The friends of Mrs. A. E. Burnet
will be glad to know that she is re recuperating
cuperating recuperating after her recent sickness.
Mr. Robert Clarkson, who has been
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
II. Clarkson for the past three weeks,
left yesterday to resume his duties in
civil life in New York.
"Four pupils in our room were ex
empt from all of their exams. But
never mind, more will be exempt 'next
Did you know that habit is a hard
word to get rid of? Habit-h-a bit a
Sergeant Travis Collier is another
Ocala boy who is taking advantage
of necessity to see a little of the
world. Sergeant Collier is spending
his furlough in England.
Mr. Jack Davis, who has been visit visiting
ing visiting his sister, Miss Lonnie- Davis,
superintendent of the industrial
school, since returning home has
been quite sick, but is now much improved.
Another shipment of Nunnally's,
'The Candy of the. South,'1 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. Charles French, who has been
an invalid so long, suffered a very
serious relapse this week, at which
her friends were much alarmed. It
took the ( nature of a serious sinking
spell from which it took a long time
to restore her to consciousness. We
are glad to say that she is somewhat
As a twenttieth century D'Artag
nan, Douglas Fairbanks played up
well in the Temple picture last night,
pulling off some stunts that would
have made the original D Artagnan s
head swim. The attraction tonight
will be Kitty Gordon in "A Mandarin's
Gold." a story of the greatest inter
est, and which Svill be supplemented
by the comical antics of Mutt and
If you want real foot comfort weai
Dr. SchollJs "Right and Left" Socks.
For sale only at Little's Shoe Par
In a letter just receivecF f rom Pri
vate Wayne Ten Eyck, stationed at
Toul, we learn that he is certainly do doing
ing doing his bit. In aidition to being a
pharmacist, he is fast becoming a
first-class chef. Among the, few little
things that fall to his lot, is the fry
ing in time for breakfast of 600 pan pancakes
cakes pancakes ona griddle that only holds 15
cakes. He very appropriately ends
the letter by saying, "Some job,
New Bathing Caps, this year's
shipment in all the latest styles. See
our seletcion. Anti-Monopoly Drug
The regular monthly meeting of the
King's Daughters was held with Mrs
F. G. B. Weihe yesterday, by mvita
tion. The King's Daughters were
very much surprised and pleased to
find that the meetincr partook some
what of a" social nature, -4he house be
ing decorated with insignia and em
blem of the order, huge purple Mai
fc?p prossps. After the meeting had
been called t6 order, the miuutes and
the treasurer's report read, old and
new cases were discussed and various
letters that had been received were
read. A message was received from
Mr. F. G. B. Weihe, m which he offer
ed his services for the distribution of
the Kiner's, Daughters baskets at
Christmas time, he realizing "that the
work at this time was too heavy lor
the ladies, carryincr and lifting the
baskets. A vote of thanks was given
Mr. Weihe for his thoughtfulness,
which was highly appreciated by the
order. The meeting adjourned alter
an hour and a half's hard work. Mrs.
Weihe then invited the ladies into the
rlinincr rnnm where thev found the
table decorated with "the same purple
crosses, the place cards being of the
same- nature. Tea; cake and mints
wer served and a very pleasant hour
was passed chatting arid talking. Mrs.
Weihe was assisted by her daughter,
ATr-c Pnrl Weihe. Mrs. M. A. Ten-
A. immm. m w
Eyck. extended an invitation to the
society to hold its next regular meet
ing at her home, which was accepted.
The Great -Influenza
Is About Spent
But'in its wake countless thousands
are left listless, colorless, weak and
emaciated. Te physical forts' of its
victims have been battered to pieces.
Nature needs assistance in rebuilding
the system. The red corpuscles m the
blood can be restored by taking No.
101 Tonic. This Tonic contains iron
which we all know makes rich blood;
it also contains quininev which drives
out the malarial germs aftd aids
greatly in the restoration of the hu human
man human system. The magnesia in this
. .o. 101 Tonic acts gently upon the
'bowels and rids the system of all
poisonous and refuse matter Begin
today and take it at least two weeks.
At drug stores.
THE t B. UILUAUS CO.
EIGHTH GRADE A
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
From Ins and Outs Bulletin Edited by
The bulletin committee of the class
is made up of the following -loyal
juniors: Fred Winer, Sarah Dehon,
Ed Chazal, Leone Brooks and Kath-
To appreciate our bulletin you must
see the original sketches and cartoons
that accompany the various items.
You see from the deluge of rhymes
wnat a crop of poets has sprung up.
Miss Ullaine Batnett gave a surr
prise party for Miss Marie Mathews
Friday evening. The young people
spent the evening playing rcok and
pit. The fun came when .the birthday
cake was cut. Mr. Leonard Wesson
cut the dime and Miss Ruth Simmons
cut the wedding ring. At a late hour
the guests departed for their respec
One item of the 'junior bulletin
board this week was a collection of
prints of famous pictures. "The
Gleaners," VAngel Heads," "Song of
the Lark," "Shepherdess Knitting,"
"Mme. Lebrun and her Daughter" and
"Can't You Talk" were among them.
There s a man we never drinks,
Nor smokes, nor chews, nor swefrs,
Who never gambles, never flirts:
He's paralyzed. .
There is a man that never does
A thing that isn't right,
His wife can tell where he is
At morning, noon andfright.
It looks like the seniors will learn
after while that they are not deceiv
ing any one with that wise air. Ask
... i i
HIS IDEA OF GENIUS
A young man once said to Edison,
the inventor: "Mr. Edison. don' you
believe that genius is inspiration?"
"No," replied Edison, Vgenius is
A RECIPE FOR KISS CAKE
Take an armful of Dretty cirl. se
lect two lauehine blue or brown eyes,
two rosy cheeks, one pair of lips like
strawberries. Mix well and press to
lips. The result will be astonishing.
Frosting: Take one ounce oi darK
pnuzza, a little moonlight and press
one larcre or small hand so as not to
attract attention. In two ounces of
romance dissolve one half ounce of
vielduisr: place kisses on laughing
lips, flavor with a hug and set aside
to cool. V
BUT THE FACULTY
Everybody works but the faculty,
They sit around all day, i
Put all the work on the fellows,
While the faculty get gay.
Florence is in the laboratory,. j
Eugenia is hearing a class,
Everybody works but the faculty,
And they just rest alas 1
Miss Stone is" playing tennis, '.
She doe2ht work no more; ;
Eugenia will correct; her papers,
-French is such a bore.
Miss Porter amuses Jimmie, ;
"Mr. Cassels hits the hay,
Nobody wor,ks in the faculty
But Miss Shepard and Miss Gray.
Miss Stone seriously conjugating a
verb: Break, breaking, breaken.
Elizabeth has been struck by a (g)
NO CAUSE FOR WORRY
, Frederick: After all, fools make
life amusing. When all the fools are
dead. I don't want to be alive."
Sarah: "Don't worry, you won't be."
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A comedy in three acts: Maid One,
Maid One, Made One.
James Melton, reading Macbeth,
"When shall we' meet again?"
Miss Fuller, answering: "When the
next minstrel comes to town."
Miss Fuller, in Hamlet class "Was
Hamlet sane or insane when seen by
Allen, sleepily: "He .wasn't saying
anything that L know of."
v A PARODY TO JACK7
Crisp New Blouses
' Invite Selection
To accompany the New Separate
Skirts and smart tailored Suits for
Spring aredainty Blouses. Georgette
crepe and voiles contend for fnvor;
each introducing charming new effects
in collars, sleeves and trimmings.
-SET $1.50 to $13.95
. Simplicity Marks
the Newest Skirts
. But there is a reason. Elaborate ;
styles would detract from the exquisite
fabrics employed in their fashioning.
They are offered in wanted colorings, as
well as in a variety of striped and plaid
. effects. Admirable for present day wear;
they are exceptional values,
$250 to $28.50
"THE FASHION CENTER"
Ocala - - Florida
If Your Feet Ever
: Bo'clier You
it will interest,you to know that this store
has arranged, at considerable expense,
A Dr. Scholl Foot Expert
here to examine leet, give advice and demonstrate that
; : M Scholl
f He knows all about feet and how to give
. ImmecMaf c Eellef and Lastino Correction
to any foot discorafoit. He will, be at this .store only
LIOMDAY AND TUESDAY, MARCH Itf'AND.ll
We hope everybody will take advantage of this opportunity to get
Examination and Advice Free
Nine out of ten people have some foot trouble. What is yours? No
matter how simple or. how serious it may be a mere corn or a pro pronounced
nounced pronounced flat foot this is your chance. T&k advantage of iL Every Everybody"
body" Everybody" welcome. Ul!l
AKernpon of the 11th for Colored Customers Only
I asked my pa a simple thing,
"Where holes in doughnuts go?"
ra read his paper, then he. said,
"Oh, you're too young to know."
I asked my ma about the wind,
"Why can't you-see it blow?"
Ma tho't a moment, they she said,
"Oh, you're too young to know."
Now, why on earth do you suppose
They went and licked me so?
Ma asked, "Where is that jam?" I said
"Oh, you're too young to know."
J In the' heart of the city with Heraminar Park for a front yard.
"Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
. second to none.
' RATES From $1X0 per day per person to 6.
: : EGBERT r.L MEYER,
t m Manager.
J. E. KAVAMAUGH,
(Concluded on Fourth Pfi.-s)
Tou should patronize the projrreaalve merch&sts who advertise In these
colazna uxd s&ve yourself montj. Also xnsk OcsU said Marlon srow.
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, 3IARCH 7, 1919
DAILY HEALTH TALKS
Where Most Sickness Begins
BY FRANKLIN DUANE, M. D.
It can be said broadly that most human
ills begin in the stomach and end in the
stomach. Good digestion means good
health, and poor digestion means bad
health. The minute your stomach fails to
properly dispose of the food you eat,
troubles begin to crop out in various forms.
Indigestion and dyspepsia are the com commonest
monest commonest forms, but thin, impure blood,
headaches, backaches, pimples, blotches,
dizziness, belching, coated tongue, weak weakness.
ness. weakness. roor anoctite. sleeplessness, couchs.
colds and bronchitis are almost as common.
TLero is but one way to have good health,
and that i3 to put and keep ypur stomach
in good order. Thi3 is easy to do if you
take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis Discovery.
covery. Discovery. It is a wonderful tonic and blood
purifier, and is so safe to take, for it 13
made of roots and herbs. Dr. Pierce, of
Buffalo, N. Y., stands behind thi3 standard
medicine, and it i3 good to know that so
distinguished a physician i3 proud to have
his name identified with it. When.you
take Golden Medical Discovery, you are
getting the benefit of the experience of a
doctor whose reputation goes all around
the earth. Still more, you get a temper temperance
ance temperance medicine that contains not a drop of
alcohol or narcotic of any kind. Long ago
Dr. Pierce combined certain valuable
vegetable ingredients without the use of
alcohol so that these remedies always
have been strictly temperance medicines.
If piles are torturing you, get and use
Pierce's Anodyne Pile Ointment. The
quick relief it gives is hard to believe until
you try it. If constipated; Dr. Pierce's
'Pleasant Pellets should be taken while
using Anodyne Pile Ointment-. Few in indeed
deed indeed are the cases which these splendid
remedies will not relieve and usually over overcome.
come. overcome. They are so good that nearly
everv drucr store has them sr sale.
f Moms h
Ml GANKES i
-JTh i When it doesn't make much
j difference v&al candy you
J : give-aenJanytort.
' Vihax it makes alltKeiiffcrrnce
i IntLe world-Norm jof course
For sale by
THE COURT PHARMACY
: for :
: Groceries V :
and Meats :
108 or 243 I
Main Street :
W. H. MARSH
Mclver M laclay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47. 104. 90F
nomical thouslxtfuLeco-nomical folk
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.
Mrs. Ban and rs. Arnold of
Groveland are in the city .today on a
Editor Collens of the Summerfield
Chronicle is transacting business in
the city today.
Mr. Robert Mathews, who has been
at Mount Dora, has returned to his
home at Oklawaha.
The Star has several very desirable
advertising spaces -to sell, preferably
to the leading grocers of the city.
Word has just been received that
Lieut. Carlisle Izlar, who has been so
sick with influenza in a hospital in
France, is able to be up, which will b
good news to his many friends.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Mrs. Allen Bridges of Lynchburg,
Va.,.who has many friends in Ocala;
is visiting friends in Gainesville.
Miss Johnson of Franklin, N. C,
who has been the guest of Mrs. W. W.
Clyatt, left for her home yesterday
WANTED 10 or15 acres outside of
town limits, cultivated, slightly slop sloping.
ing. sloping. Prefer dealing with owner. E. F.,
Bex 572, Ocala. 7-3t
WANTED A good young milk cow
with young calf. Apply to- E. N. De De-Long,
Long, De-Long, between 12 and 1 o'clock. No.
LOST Brown suit coat, between
Leesburg and Ocala. Has address
book and cigarette case in pocket.
Suitable reward for return to Star.
office. G. R. Glenn, LaSalle Hotel,
RATES Six line maximum, .one
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in ad advance.
WANTED A small fireproof safe.
Apply to Lake Weir Washed Sand
Co., Lake Weir Fla. 6-3 V
LOST One gray suede lady's shoe.
Finder please return to the Western
Union telegraph office 'and receive re
LOST Pair of gold framed eye eyeglasses
glasses eyeglasses in a case marked Dr., Lough.
Finder please leave at 715 S. Watula
St.; and receive reward. 5-3t
FOR .SALE-Five acre places with
six room house 2 miles from San-
ford; Twenty-five orange -trees, eleven!
bearing; persimmon and 'guava trees
and grape vine. Very attractive place.
Apply Box 233, Sanford, Fla. 4-6tV
FOR SALE -Extra fine Florida Run Runner
ner Runner Peanut seed; 5 cents -pound. Wes Weston
ton Weston & Robertson, Newberry, Fla..2118t
LOST Medium size female setter
dog. Strayed from my house either
Saturday night or Sunday morning.
Reward by applying to J. H. Living Livingston,
ston, Livingston, Ocala. . 3-3t V
.Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Drake have
gone to Yalaha for a few days, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mrs. W. A. Hocker of
Tallahassee, who is visiting them.
There should be an organized move movement
ment movement to teardown all the past-date
liberty bond and other posters around
town,. They disfigure the landscape.
The friends of Mrs. Jacob Mason,
who was operated on Wednesday
morning in Tampa, will be glad to
hear that she stood the operation
nicely and hope for her a speedy re recovery.
covery. recovery. v
' Mr. C. E. Hightower, who has been
in Jacksonville for the past several
months, is here for a few days, visit visiting
ing visiting his home on the Anthony road.
Mr. Hightower says Jacksonville is
quite lively but he expects to return
home to stay soon.
Mr. and Mrs.1 W. W. Clyatt expect
to leave today for Crystal River for
a week's visit. Miss Willis, who has
been visiting Mrs. Clyatt, will ac
company them and the party' will
make the trip by auto. f
Mr. arid Mrs. Sherman Jones of
Ridgewood, N. Y.; are receiving con congratulations
gratulations congratulations on the arrival of a fine
young son, who was born Sunday.
Mrs. Jones is well known here as
Miss Marie Patrick, who has vfsited
at the' home of Mr. and Mrs. L. R.
, Mr. fiwens, who was connected with
the Ocala Telephone Co. f$r some time
but for the past year traveling for a
phone company out of Atlanta, has
returned to Ocala and resumed his
old position. Mr. Owens is making
his home at Mis. J. W. Davis' resi residence
dence residence on Oklawaha avenue.
I. Mr. Nathan Bedford Forrest, son
of General Forrest, and a high offic official
ial official and faithful worker for the Sons
of Confederate Veterans, is in the
city on a visit to his long-time friend,
Mr. W. W. Harriss. The Sons of Vet Veterans
erans Veterans "had a strong organization here
before the war, but most of its mem,
bers, in 'looking after their own sol soldier
dier soldier .sons, temporarily forgot their
daddies. It is probable that the or organization
ganization organization will be revived soon.
HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT
(Continued from Third Page)
SENIORS HAD A LITTLE LAMB
There was a class of seniors
Who tho't they knew i all,
But everywhere the. seniors went
The sophs went great and small.
They copied them thru high school,
It should not have beenlone,
But these poor sophs what could they
Except to seniors run?
But when they reached commence commencement
ment commencement Twas sad for sophs alone,
They found they couldn't do a thing,
Their head was naught but bone.
"Lawson,"- snapped Mr. Cassels
viciously, "didn't I hear theN clock
strike two as you came in?"
"You did, my dear. It started to
strike ten, but stopped it to keep it
Lfrom waking you up.
"Palmer's" toilet articles makes
you beautiful in a night. For partic particulars,
ulars, particulars, apply to row 1, seat 7.
"Willard" storage battery, the spark
"Van Camp's" pork and beans, al always
ways always good on picnics. In fact, good
aii the time.
Resinol "Reginald" soap makes a
skin you love to touch. Every girl
should try it.
"Wesson" oil, a diet for thin peo people;
ple; people; grow fat in a week. Let's make
the school a fat one. For advice on
this wonderful- oil, apply to row 5,
DIRECT FROM OUR HSDING
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 Reason coming,
Fish will be scarce, order now
before prices advance,
THE ST. GEORGE CO. INC.
St. George on the Gulf
E. C. JFOMBAM S COo
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
AUTO HE ARSiE SERVICE
We deliver caskets free anywhere in the county.
Calls promptly answered night or day.
wilbur cSMrra sam.il pyles, jr.
Day Phone 10
Night Phones 225 and 423
Hay and llotran Sim. JarkMonvllle, Fla.
.Ml railroad ticket offices in fjullUitjff.
center of everything. All modern im improvements.
provements. improvements. l'irt ela.s In every par particular.
ticular. particular. Hates, one person. Ii to $1.50;
two persons, tZ to $2.50. liati J1.50, $2;
two people. $2.50. $3.
4-3 Ii FHANIC PIERCE. I'rop.
Poor eyes throw the
whole nervons system
off balance Nervous Nervous-'
' Nervous-' ness, depression, head
aches, indigestion, moodiness and ir-J
, Dr. K. J. Weihe.
With Weihe Co., Jewelers, Ocala, Fla.
a: E, GERIG
Chocolate Covered Brazil Nuts,
Jacob's the best on the market. Antir
MonoDolv Drug Store. 3-6t
FOR SALEJersey heifer eleven
months old. Apply to Mrs. A. Slott,
107 North? Sanchez St., Ocala. 3-6t
WANTED fo exchange Ocala resi residence
dence residence property for Jacksonville resi residence
dence residence property. Difference in. prices
can be adjusted. Address A Slott, 407
Broad St., Jacksonville, Fla. "3-6t
STRAYED rOne red sow marked
swallow fork one ear, underbit the
other; one black spotted sow, saw set
in right ear. Reasonable reward will
be paid for their return to John Pas Pasteur,
teur, Pasteur, East Adams St., Ocala. 3-3t
LOST Thursday evening, small
leather purse, containing two $5 bills
and about $40 worth of coupons, from
the Helvenston store. Return to Bit Bitting
ting Bitting & Company's drug store, North
Magnolia street, and receive re reward.
ward. reward. J-6t
WANTED Agents to sell money money-saving
saving money-saving device for Ford cars. Satisfac Satisfaction
tion Satisfaction given or money toack without?
argument. L- E. Storms, 116 W. Main
St., N. Gainesville, Fla. 27-8t
y ANTED Stenographic work: after
4:30 p. m. Office of fire chief, call 331
or 255. Mrs. Hampton. Chambers, lm
WANTED All kinds of second hand
furniture, guns, beds,' etc. Notify
me and I will send for them. u. W.
Hunter, Gunsmith, South Main St. tf
The annual meeting of the members
of the Marion County Hospital Asso Association,
ciation, Association, will be held at the hospital on
Tuesday, March 11th, 1919, at nine
o'clock a. m. The object of the meet meeting
ing meeting is for the election of officers for
the ensuing year and for the trans transaction
action transaction of such other business, as may
come before the meeting.
T. T. Munibe, President.
Attest: E. H. Martin. Sec'y! 2-14-fri r
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
Ladies, we have another shipment
of those Roxbury Household Rubber
Gloves, sizes 6 to 8, at fifty cents the S
pair. Gerig's Drug Store., tf I
Notice is hereby given that the an annual
nual annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Martel Lumber Company will be
held at the offices of the company, at
Martel, Florida, on the 18th day of
March, 1919, at ten o'clock a. m. At
said meeting will be presented a reso resolution
lution resolution to dissolve the said corporation
pursuant to the laws of Florida, and
wind up its affairs. ."
By order of the president,
, Walter Ray, President.
J. K. Kelley, Secretary. 2-14-fri
. . .i
aive (D,niiiP TSdms
The wise shopper keeps in touch vith the advertisement of her
favorite stores. When she sees annoucements of goods in
which she is interested, she. knows right where to go to find
them, She knows when they are put on sale.
No time lost in aimless looking and asking. Reading the ad ad-vertisements
vertisements ad-vertisements saves her time for other duties or pleasures.
When parents decide to send a boy or girJ ,away to school,
they cannot take the time to go and inspect a great number
of schools from which to choose. They study advertisements
of schools and to the ones that seem to offer right conditions
they write for catalogs.
When a man decides to buy an automobile, he reads carefully
the advertisement which tell about the different makes of cars
and then he. calls to see only those in which, he is interested.
He does not start out by hunting up the salesrooms and look look-ing
ing look-ing at all. the cars sold.
These are only a few ways in in which reading advertisments
saves the' time of readers. There are many others.
Your daily newspaper is full of advertisements which not only
. interesting but. have some special message of benefit to you.
Make a practice .of reading them. You will find your time
saved and your money better spent.
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