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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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cooler Sunday northwest portion.
OGALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH' 8, 1919.
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AMERICAN LOSSES

DURIHG THE 17 A R
Were Almost a Quarter of a Million,
According to Figures Announced
Today by Gen. March
(Associated Press)
'. Washington, March 8. Battle cas casualtieskilled,
ualtieskilled, casualtieskilled, wounded, missing and
prisonersof the army numbered
1 240,197, according to revised division-
al records "announced today by Gen General
eral General March
MINIMUM SIZE OF THE ARMY
General March also announced
that the army wouldn't be reduced
under any circumstances below five
hundred and' ten thousand men, the
figure mentioned in the reorganization
bill which failed in the last Congress.
NUMBER ENGAGED
American troops actually participat participating
ing participating in engagements against the ene ene-my
my ene-my numbered 1,390,000 men. .
ON THE WAY OVER
Washington, March 8. The depar departure
ture departure of three transports carrying vir virtually
tually virtually the remaining units of the
Twenty-seventh; Division, New York
troops, is announced. The transports
America and Mount Vernon are due
in New York March 13th, and the
transport Argentina March 16th.
MATIIEWSON ENGAGED
' TO HELP McGRAW
(Associated Press)
New York, March 8. Christy
Mathewson, for many years star pit pitcher
cher pitcher of the New York Nationals and
the past three years manager of the
Cincinnati Nationals, was engaged
yesterday as assistant to Manager
McGraw, of the Giants. It was stated
that Mathewson will become manager
after McGraw has satisfied his ambi ambition
tion ambition of winning another pennant.
V '' : v '- : -BOCHE
PLOTS IN BOHEMIA
Berne, March 7. The Czechoslovak
government, in its investigation of the
activities of the German vice consul,
Schwartz, who was arrested several
days ago, has learned that Schwartz
was the active worker in Bohemia in
xa plan to provoke disorders in German
Bohemia and Moravia.
The German plan, according to ad advices
vices advices received from Prague, was to
throw troops across the frontier into
Bohemia as soon as insurrections
planned' for Prague, Brunn, Budweiss
and Pressburg had gained a good
start. ;
The German and Austrian spies," it
is added, have been discovered in t
gi eat man ytowns in Bohemia. The
Czechoslovak government announces
that it will soon make ; public the
names of these spies, including Aus Austrian
trian Austrian officers who were, arrested in
Bohemia and Moravia.
The military authorities of the gov government
ernment government of German-Austria were par particularly
ticularly particularly active in the towns of Reich Reich-'
' Reich-' enberg and Leitmeritz. The Bohemian
government discovered a considerable
quantity of arms in the town of
Trautenau; near the German border.
The United States peace mission
.sent '. to .Austria some time ago has
directed Lieut. Philip Goodwin to ge
to Maramaros-Sziget (in northeastern
Hungary) to establish relations with
the Hungarians and Ukrainians .and
study the stiuation there. He will for forward
ward forward his report to the peace confer confer-,
, confer-, ence.
OCALA SCHOOL CHILDREN
HEAR FROM THEIR ORPHAN
The children of the primary school
have received the following letter
from the little French orphan whom
they are supporting:
Cremolat, Jan. 2nd, 1919.'
Miss Nellie Stevens, 4
For the Primary School: ;
I am tjje little war orphan in whom
you have indeed wished to interest
yourselves. I thank you with all my
heart for your thoughtful generosity.
My name is George Combe. I am
ten years old. I am going to school
and I apply myself with my best ef effort
fort effort in order to become a good pupil.
I have also two little sisters,
Aguste Combe, eight years, and
Marie Combe, seven years, who have,
like me, an American in America who
lives in Jacksonville In several days
I am going to send my photograph.
My mama, my little sisters and I
thank you very much, dear unknown,
for your generosity. While awaiting
to make your acquaintance receive,
dear miss, all my friendship and my
best kisses. George Combe.
Another shipment of Nunnally's,
."The Candy of the South," in today.
We always have it fresh 4s the reason
we sell so much of it. Come and get
yours at Gerig's Drug Store. 1 tf

fJEW JNSTRUCTIOMS

Reports that Allied Delegates at Spa
Broke Off -the Armistice are
Unfounded
.,' (Associated Press)
Paris, 'March 8. An. official state statement
ment statement says that representations giv giving
ing giving the impression that the Spa nego negotiations,
tiations, negotiations, between the Germans and
Allies, were broken because of the
initiative of the French delegation,
is untrue. The Allied delegates by
agreement decided to return to Paris
to reportto their government.
BRITISH FLAG ON THE CASPIAN
London, March 8. The British
naval forces now dominate the situa
tion in the Caspian sea, according to
a Renter dispatch. The British sent
forces to prevent the Bolsheviki from
dominating, the situation.
ARMISTICE NEEDED
Lemberg, Thursday, March 6.
Notwithstanding the fact that ; fight fighting
ing fighting here is still continuing between
the Poles and Ukrainians with the lat latter'
ter' latter' bombarding the city, there is still
hope that an armistice may be ar arranged.
ranged. arranged. ,It is believed, however, be before
fore before a truce is established, there will
be more severe fighting. '
OMSK NOT WARM ENOUGH
.Vladivostock, March 8. A careful
review of the situation in Siberia
now in possession of the Canadian
intelligence office predicts that much
trouble in the spring and early sum summer
mer summer was due to the unsympathetic at at-tit
tit at-tit ude of the masses of the population
to i .'- present Omsk government. '.
HOW CAN WE GET ALONG
? WITHOUT THEM?
, (Associated Press)
Washington, March 8. Secretary
Daniels and a party of American nav naval
al naval experts will leave for Europe next
week to discuss with the Allied naval
officials the best type of capital war warships
ships warships for the future, based on lessons
gained in the war. The secretary has
been asked to submit definite recom recommendations
mendations recommendations v to the next Congress in.
December on this subject. It was also
learned that Secretary Baker sails for
Europe about April 1st to close busi business
ness business operations of the American Ex Expeditionary
peditionary Expeditionary Forces.
' Secretary Baker will be absent
about six weeks, and probably will
arrive overseas before Mr. Daniels
returns home. Thus President Wilson
and the heads of both the army and
navy probably will be away from the
country at the same time, a situation
which many officials said today was
without precedent.
ULTERIOR MOTIVE ALLEGED
Charles E. Hugher, appearing be before
fore before the supreme court, as counsel for
the Commercial Cable and -Commercial
Pacific Cable Co., charged that
Postmaster General Burleson, by tak taking
ing taking control of the marine cable sys systems
tems systems five days after the signing .of
the armistice, misused the powers
conferred by Congress, and had as an
"ulterior motive" the forcing of gov government
ernment government ownership of-the cables.
In reply. Solicitor General King' as asserted
serted asserted the cables, were taken oyer in
reality on November 2nd, when the
proclamation was signed by the pres president,
ident, president, but did not pass into the hands
of the postmaster general until four fourteen
teen fourteen days afterward.
DON'T KNOW WHAT ELSE TO DO
In a letter to Representative Ful Fuller,
ler, Fuller, of Massachusetts, dated March 1
and made public last night, President
Wilson said the proposal to destroy
the ships of the surrendered German
fleet "seems to me like the counsel of
those '- who don't know what else to
do." He added that the question of
disposition of the vessels will be con considered
sidered considered further on his return to Paris.
NOTICE
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County, in Chancery.
James Weille, Complainant, vs. H. J.
Jennings and his wife, M. B. Jen Jennings,
nings, Jennings, Defendants Order for
Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendants
herein named, to-wit: H. J. Jennings
and his wife, M. B. Jennings, be and
they are hereby required to appear to
the bill of complaint filed in this cause
on or before
Monday, the 10th day of March,, 1919
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once aweek
for eight consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper
published in said county and state.
This 10th day of January, 1919.
(Seal P. H. Nugent,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By Ruth Ervin, D. C.
L. W. Duval,
Complainant's Solicitor. 1-11-sat

JOURHEY TH

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JUHLIM

Postmaster General of Sweden Made
y
an Airplane Trip Today from
f New York to Washington
(Associated Pres)
Washington, March 8. Postmaster
General Juhlin of Sweden, who is here
studying American postal methods,
flew to New York today aboard a
mail airplane.
A SMART MAN NEEDED
FOR THE POSITION
(Associated Press)
London, March 8. H. A. L. Fisher,
minister of education, will probably
be appointed ambassador to Washing Washing-ten,
ten, Washing-ten, according to the Nation.
STRIKERS ARE STUBBORN
(Associated Press)
Buenos Aires, March 8. -After a
week of negotiations, the striking
port workers were notified they could
return to work if they agreed to de declare
clare declare off the existing boycotts. They
replied they were willing to return to
work under conditions prevailing be before
fore before the lockout, which doesn't in include
clude include lifting the' boycotts. Shipping
agents estimate a loss of $10,000,000
resulting from the two months strike.
FROM REPRESENTATIVE. FOLKS
Uncle Billy Tells What he Intends to
Try to Do at Tallahassee
Juliette,' Fla., March 7.
Editor Star: I believe it is my
duty to accept your offer to publish
the intentions of the- representatives
of what they intend to try to do in
the regular session. Speaking for
myself, will say that it is my inten intention
tion intention to do all I can to : have taxes
equalized, and think the best way to
do this is to have assessors appointed
in each district, to -gfrade the lands,
and the legislature to, place the as assessment
sessment assessment according to grade, and the
department assessor to see and take
returns of the personal property un under
der under oath and .what is missed by him
at the time of the assessment to be
"taken after that.
It is my intention to oppose fed federal
eral federal control of suffrage and woman
suffrage can't be had until the con constitution
stitution constitution is amended. I refer to Ar Article
ticle Article 6, Section 1. I also call the at attention
tention attention of all who want local or spec special
ial special acts to the constitution. Article 3,
Section 21, so don't blame the repre representatives
sentatives representatives if they don't get it.
I favor a license tax on all dogs in
this state, to go to the schools, the
same as poll tax, and a penalty to
owners of them who do not comply.
I favor repeal of the law in relation
to redeeming lands that have gone to
the state after twelve months, and the
state to sell the same to 'actual set set-tiers,
tiers, set-tiers, on the instalment plan like the
homestead law, that he soldiers may
have a chance to own homes of their
own.
. I favor a law to compel, all county
officers to bond in some reliable sure surety
ty surety company.'
I favor repeal of the convict lease
system, the convicts to be worked ox
the highways of the state.
These are a few of my ideas and
intentions. If they are not for the
best for justice to the people, let
them speak. Respectfully,
W. J. Folks.
ANTHONY
Anthony, March 5. Mrs. Lila Per Perry
ry Perry of Williston is spending a few days
in Anthony," the guest of her sister,
Mrs. B. K. Padgett.
Mrs. Bushong has been real sick
at the Ocala hospital for several days.
Miss Ruth Gill and brother. Mr.
James Gill of Jacksonville spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday in Anthony.
Mr. Lawton C. Sims, who has been
at home for two weeks, left Monday
for Virginia.
Mr. Preston Martin of Citra spent
Saturday and Sunday with his par parents
ents parents here.
News was received a few days ago
that Mrs. Willie H. Stewart has land
ed safely in Newport News. One by
one our soldiers are returning.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Swindell and
children of White Springs, also Miss
Ola Sims and Miss Donnie Sims of
Ocala, spent Sunday here with their
parents, Mr." and Mrs. E. C. Sims.
Messrs. J. R. and Harry Beuchler
of Leesburg, Va., are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Beuchler for a few
days.
Mrs. L. B. Thompson of Georgia,
who has been visiting relatives here,
left for her home Tuesday.
Mr. R. R. Russell came home last
week from the Jacksonville hospital,
and is gradually gaining his strength.
Mr. and Mrs. Reese Lindsey enter entertained
tained entertained 'Monday night't heir home in
henor of Miss Ida Mae Dixon of Geor-

AMERICAN CLAIMS

AGAINST AUSTRIA
And Germany for Unlawful Acts To Toward
ward Toward Private Citizens Amount to
Three-Quarters of a Billion
(Assoclated Press)
Washington, March 8. The claims
filed by Americans with the state de department
partment department against Germany and Aus Austria
tria Austria total three-quarters of a billion
dollars, it is announced. Additional
claims are expected. These' claims
numbering thousands arise from sub submarine
marine submarine atrocities and other unlawful
acts, such as the destruction and ac
quisition of American properties.
TREATIES RENEWED
Washington, March 8. A five
years' extension of the general arbi arbitration
tration arbitration treaties with Spain and Hol Holland
land Holland was signed today.
do Somewhat less damage
(Associated Press)
Boston, March 8 The brewers here
are planning to become candy mak makers
ers makers after July 1st. Three companies
have indicated their intention to equip
their breweries to make the sweet sweetmeat.
meat. sweetmeat. IRISn THINK THEY
CAN BOSS 'AMERICA
Give Notice that They Will Block the
League of Nations Unless Their
Demands are Granted
Paris, March 8. If the Irish ques question
tion question is not settled by the peace-conference
friends of Ireland will stop
ratification of the league of nations in
the' American Congress, Sean O'Ceal O'Ceal-leigh,
leigh, O'Ceal-leigh, (John O'Kelly) .the delegate of
the provisional Irish republic to the
peace conference, declared in a state statement
ment statement yesterday. He expressed doubt
that any league of nations would be
formed and said that the Irish have
"spoken gently" to President Wilson.
"We can stop ratification 'of this
league of nations in Congress -if the
Irish question is not settled, the
Irish delegate declared. "It is my
opinion that there will be no league
of nations; at any rate there will be
no peace in Europe because Ireland
will fight, and the world knows that
Ireland can fight.
"We I elieve we are powerful enough
in America to make President Wil Wilson
son Wilson enforce the principles outlined in
his peace plan concerning the rights
of nations to dispose of themselves.
We have pleaded and spoken gently
to him long enough. The time has
come for acts."
O'Cealleigh said no reply had been
received from the members of the
American peace delegation asking
that Ireland's case be' heard, except a
simple acknowledgement from 'Gen.
Bliss. He added:
"The others failed to grant me the
courtesy usually bestowed by gentle gentlemen
men gentlemen when receiving a letter, even
from beggars, and God knows we are
not beggars,"
O'Cealleigh, who is a small man of
energetic appearance, spoke with ela elation
tion elation but without bitterness, concern concerning
ing concerning the amnesty granted to Sinn Fein Fein-ers
ers Fein-ers in England, saying:
"It is not too soon. These men
have been in jail for nine and one one-half
half one-half months without a charge being
made against them. England was the
last of the belligerent countries 'to
grant amnesty to political prisoners.
It is not a record to be prou dof.
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.
METHODIST SEWING CIRCLE
Mrs. W. A. Barrett will entertain
the Methodist sewing circle on Men Men-day
day Men-day afternoon at 3 o'clock at her resi residence.
dence. residence. All members are cordially in invited
vited invited to be present.
gia, who is visiting relatives here.
Several couples were present and all
pronounce Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey fine
entertainers.
Mr. .and Mrs. J. G. Graham received
the good news Monday that their son,
Mr. Goodwin P. Graham, had landed
safely in New York.
If you feel your bones aching get a
box of Rexal Cold Tablets at Gerig'a
Drug Store. It may prevent your
havinirflu." tf
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

RIOTS 111 CAMPS

HEAR RHYL
Strain of Long Waiting was Too
Much on Nerves of Homesick
Canadian Soldiers
(Associated Press)
London, March 8. From eight to
27 persons are estimated to have been
killed and from 25 to 73 wounded in
rioting during the past two days at
the Kinmel military camp at Rhyl,
Wales. Great property damage was
caused.
According to latest reports from
Liverpool, the riot was started by
about 200 malcontents. There were
25,000 Canadians in the camp await
ing demobilization and embarkation.
The men who caused the trouble
were war casuals who had served foJ
three year ? or more in France. They
complained that iheir embarkation
had been postponed while other men
who had pcen less service, were sent
home.
ACCOUNTS EXAGGERATED
London, March 8. A communica
tion issued at Canadian military
headquarters on the rioting at Kim Kim-mel
mel Kim-mel pail; says it's regretted that some
accounts of the fighting exaggerate
the seriousness of the incident, but
doesn't give any details. It was ex explained
plained explained that the lack of shipping for
carrying Canadians home is partly
the cause of the strikes.
AMERICAN RED CROSS
MISSION ENDANGERED
i (Associated Press)
London, March 8. When the Spar-
tacan forces captured the main tele-.
graph office in Berlin Thursday, mem members
bers members of the American. Red Cross mis mission
sion mission were endangered by the shoot shooting,
ing, shooting, according to an Exchange Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph dispatch from Berlin.'
Colonel Taylor ordered the women
with the mission to seek safety in the
Palace, hotel. The American mission
to look after the welfare of prisoners
entrenched itself in the Hotel Adlon,
behind a battery- of machine guns.
The battle for the telegraph office was
the, worst Berlin has seen, the dis dispatch
patch dispatch said.
LECTURE FRIDAY EVENING
.Under tha auspices of the Marion
County Boaid of Trade, Mr. R. H.
Kennedy will deliver a lecture at the
courthouse rext Friday evening to the
business men of Marion county. The
subject will be "The Troubles of a
Merchant and How to Stop Them." A
number of moving pictures and ster ster-eopticon
eopticon ster-eopticon views vill be shown during
the lecture. Mr. Kennedy has deliv delivered
ered delivered his business man's lecture to
boards of trade and other trade bodies
all over the country and the press
wherever he has appeared speak most
highly of him.
The lecture will begin at 8 o'clock
and there will be no admission charge.
Every business man, clerks and others
in any way connected with the busi business
ness business houses of Marion county of
whatever nature are cordially invited
and urged to be present. The ad advance
vance advance man especially invites the la la-die?
die? la-die? to come out to hear this noted
lecturer.
FELLOWSHIP
Fellowship, March 3. It has rained
continuously here for two days and it
will certainly retard the work on the
farms for a few days.
Quite a number of Fellowship peo people
ple people were transacting business in
Ocala Saturday.
We are glad to know the Edward3
Brothers secured such a good price
for their beef cattle in Jacksonville
This will be an incentive to the farm farmers.
ers. farmers. Mrs. Martha H. Pearce has sold
her place and all personal property to
Mr. H. E. Snowden and left yester yesterday
day yesterday for the Everglades, with her
brother-in-law, Mr. Tom Pearce.
Fellowship's young woman's club
gave an entertainment Friday night.
They rendered a short play entitled,
"The" Captain," with ten characters,
in two acts. These young ladies cer certainly
tainly certainly deserve a great deal of praise
as everything was carried out to per perfection.
fection. perfection. After the play refreshments
were served and the proceeds will go
to the Red Cross.
Quite a few farmers here are plant planting
ing planting beans for the market, but the
main crop will be staples, less cot cotton.
ton. cotton.
Mrs. Chas. B. Rawls and Charles'
Jr. and Misses Louise and Eunice
Rawls of Jacksonville, are visiting
relatives here for a short while.
Mr. C. C. Stephens passed away
Tuesday morning after an- illness of
over twelve months. He leaves a
widow, one brother and sister, who
reside at Tarpon Springs, and scores
of other relatives to mourn his death.

GOVEfillBITTHOOPS
ARE WHIG

Eberfs Adherents, in Spite of Many
Disadvantages, are Slowly Sub Sub-iuing
iuing Sub-iuing Their Enemies
(Associated Press)
Berlin, Friday, March 7. (By the
Associated Press.) The general
strike in Berlin will be called off to tonight.
night. tonight. The labor federation at a
meeting recommended, that the work workmen
men workmen return to work Saturday.
VANTAGE POINT TAKEN
.A
Copnhagen, Larch 8. -A Berlin
dispatch says the German govern government
ment government has captured police headquar headquarters.
ters. headquarters. Fighting has ceased in the cen center
ter center of the city, but continues in the
Moabit section. Government troops
suffered slight losses and captured
many prisoners. Heavy artillery was
used against insurgent headquarters.
WORKERS PROTECTED
Basel, March 8. German govern government
ment government troops have suppressed the
armed revolt at Berlin, according to
advices received here, and are now
protecting the workmen desirous of
returning -to work.
SPARTA CANS WILL BE SHOT
London, March 8. A great number
of Spartacans were taken prisoners
in the fighting in Berlin Friday and
will be sentenced to death, according
to an Exchange Telegraph Copen Copenhagen
hagen Copenhagen dispatch.
READJUSTMENT PROBLEMS
SERIOUS TO MOTOR WORLD
By T. J. Toner, Director Sales, Max-
well-Chalmers McLor Companies.
When hostilities ceased in Europe
last November the automobile indus-
try of America found itself standing
in something of a daze at the station
platform, so to speak, suitcase in
hand just back from a long trip
away from home
No industry back of Uncle Sam
gave more than the 'automobile indus industry,
try, industry, and our industry gave doubly,
since it gave quickly and effectively.
What the aggregate production of
the motor car factories amounted to
in turning the tide of victory is pret pretty
ty pretty well known. The average' man in
the street probably lost sight of one
factor which has been of transcendent
importance during the last ten weeks.
I mean this:
In those weeks from the middle of
November to the present day the au automobile
tomobile automobile industry has faced and con conquered
quered conquered a task as huge, in many of
its aspects, as was our work of
crowding the fighting fronts with the
inftruments that brought success to
our armies. That is, we have made
ready for peace-time production and
have switched our plants from war
work to a schedule of regular produc-
ticn.
I question right now if there is an another
other another predominant industry in the
country that has grasped the task of
reconstruction and readjustment
within itself and accomplished it as
our industry has.
We had some time to prepare our ourselves
selves ourselves for war production, but for this
second task wd had none. What the
job amounted to can best be grasped
by citing the fact that right jiow this
country is short from 500,000 to 750, 750,-000
000 750,-000 automobiles cars which would
have been made and readily taken by
American buyers had war not inter interrupted
rupted interrupted everything.
With peace arriving ju3t at the be beginning
ginning beginning of winter it was possible for
the factories to keep up with dealer
demands during' the succeeding two
months after the armistice, although
ve know that a great demand for
motor cars was ust under the sur surface
face surface of general conditions ready to to-burst
burst to-burst into action when the public has
had a few weeks in which to recover
its poise.
The great demand now is on. From
an almost certain knowledge of what
lies ahead of us in the next few
months and during the next few.
years I predict the Detroit show thi3
week will see the greatest degree of
interest that these events has ever
known.
Mr. Stephens was a deaccn in the
Baptist church and had been for the
past thirty years and did all he could
for the upbuilding of his church and
neighborhood, always standing firm
by what he believed to be right. Mr.
Stephens was a member of the U. C.
V. camp of Ocala and attended regu-
larly as long as he was physically
able. EevBunyan Stephens conduct conducted
ed conducted the funeral services. Another good
man hz3 gone to his reward. This
community joins in extending deepest
sympathy to the bereaved ones.
Mrs. W. D. Graham of 'Richmond,
Va., is the guest of Mr. and Zlrz. "V.
B. Potts.

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OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1919

OCALA EVENING STAR
Published Every Day Except Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
OF OCALA, FLA.

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P. V. reaTeosrood, SeeTetary-Treasnrer
J. II. Benjamin,' Editor
Kn'ered at Ocala, Fla., oatof flee as
.second-class matter. ,.
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Wilson is going over to try to put
it over.
Germany also is opposed to the
league of nations. '- 0
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The auto, is taking the place of the
camel in i)ie Arabian desert.
The liami Herald insinuates that
the" prohibitionists want a league of
Carrie Nations.
' None of that near beer has been
near enough to us for us to pass
'judgment on it.
Returning doughboys will x prefer
doughgirls to girls who don't know
how to make dough.
A ten-story, million-dollar hotel is
the next improvement for St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, s
Notice to poets: If you send a poem
to this office, r please send a self self-addressed,
addressed, self-addressed, stamped envelope with it.
Holland wants the Hague declared
headquarters for the League of Na Nations.
tions. Nations. Too close, to Germany.
The men in the northern cities who
have adopted the slogan, "No beer, no
work," certainly have a warcry to be
proud of. '
- In congratulating the country on
its dryness, Billy Sunday says it will
soon be necessary to prime a man to
' enable him to spit. :
: We'll bet that the account of the
opposition' in the American Senate to
Wilson was the best news Bill Hohen-
zollern has read in many a day.
We note thai a prominent advocate
of woman suffrage savs that manv a
southern woman would advocate that
cause if she wasn't afraid of her men
MICKIE SAYS
JERUN, SOMETIMES l YlSVVO
NOO V.U2 A DO& SOV t
COULD SICK NOO ONTO tHE
SELLERS WHO COtAE IN.VJHCN
VNE'RS OESt OUt
TV go To press mfv "V'
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wrfH The. papers amo
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folks. Somehow we had gathered the
idea that the guff r a get ladies are not
afraid of. anything. None of those
we. know are afraid of their men men-folks.
folks. men-folks. Quite the opposite.
Germany is preparing to put all its
energies into a program that will in insure
sure insure it command of the air. This in information
formation information has reached both here and
London, and its source is said to be
outside question. Stripped of its sub submarines
marines submarines and deprived of its sea power
by the victory of the Allies, Berlin
already is looking to the development
of the newest form of commercial
transportation. Financial America.
And Germany will seek to master
the air to such an extent' that some
day it may overcome the world by a
sudden rush of aircraft, unless we
now have sense enough to make that
forever impossible- Manufacturers'
Record.
Germany will never surprise any anybody
body anybody again unless she tries to be
good.
In reading the arguments of Lodge,
Sherman and Hardwick against the
league of nations, we are irresistibly
reminded of the arguments of Bill
Bryan against the retention of the
Philippines twenty years ago. Bill
agitated and fulminated against "im "imperialism."
perialism." "imperialism." He wasn't in the. least sin sincere,
cere, sincere, as he proved when he assented
to the virtual annexation of Hayti in

1914. 'But he wanted to be president,
so he whooped it up for all he was
worth. Lodge, et'als., know America
will not hurt herself by going into
the league of nations, but they want
to elect a president next year, so Ahey
are working hammer, and tongs
against it. If Wilson was a republi republican
can republican president, they would be working
the same way for iti And there is a
goodsized bunch of democrats as un
principled as they are. The people
should take but little stock in any of
them.
If reports are true, almost every
doughboy, in' the army of occupation
will bring home an iron cross. Ger
mans in the occupied territory showed
a great disposition to sell their
crosses to all Americans "who would
pay the pricel v Some Germans, how however,,
ever,, however,, had enough self-respect to re resent
sent resent the. traffic and tried to have, it
stopped. .First, they went to Ameri American
can American officers and asked them to pro prohibit
hibit prohibit the soldiers from buying the
crosses, but were told that the offic officers
ers officers didn't think they had the right to
stop the men from spending their
money for souvenirs, as long as .they
were not contraband. Then they
tried to arouse German sentiment
against it, but did not succeed until
most of the crosses were sold.. The
truth about the iron crosses is that
they were given away wholesale, and
in the last year or two of the war had
become a matter of ridicule, even
among the Germans. -'
The camel passing through the
needle's eye needn't worry ? the rich
many anywhere. By the time he pays
his income tax he won't carry enough
tonnage to side swipe the pearly
gates. Tampa Times.
Perhaps the income tax will save
Rockefeller. ;
f Recent events cause the DeLand
News to make the following' pertinent
comment: ''If the president makes a
regular thing of entertaining mem members
bers members of Congress at the White House,
he will have to start a liitle Ananias
club all his own." v
John Skeltoh Villiams for control controller
ler controller of the currency is another of Mr.
Wilson's appointments that the coun country
try country at large does not like. The nom nomination
ination nomination was not confirmed by the
Sixty-fifth Congress, and a fight is
likely to be made on it in the Sixty Sixty-sixth.
sixth. Sixty-sixth. .. -.. ;,
A Chicago man claims that when
he was a young man he worked in a
grocery store for a dollar a week and
managed to save money. Of course,
that was in the days before the cash
register was invented. St. Augus Augustine
tine Augustine Record.
A lucid explanation.
;w : v 7 y
Some people, mostly politicians,
want to know if the victory of the
Argonne, which broke the back of
German resistance, was not' achieved
at too great a cost. If our soldiers
had counted the cost before the battle
began the victory never would have
been won.
Did you notice that about" all of
that "little bunch of wilful men,"
whom the president with the full ap approval
proval approval of the American people de denounced
nounced denounced two years ago, are lined up
against the league of nations.
. There -are many friends of the
league of nations who think Mr. Wil Wilson
son Wilson did not take the wisest course
in presenting the idea. The Tampa
Times,' which is as good a democratic
paper as is, says:
"The discouragement which, we
spoke of at the outset comes from the
very evident attempt of President
Wilson and other advocates of the
league to sweep the nation off its feet
in ,a great wave of sentimental en enthusiasm.
thusiasm. enthusiasm. Wre cannot help thinking
the president acted without his usual
finesse and tact in that first address
at Boston. He seemed to be in a
fighting mood, and excited antago antagonism
nism antagonism where he hoped to arouse en enthusiasm.
thusiasm. enthusiasm. That was unfortunate for
his cause. The people Have become ac accustomed
customed accustomed to look upon him as the
supreme pacifist, and to see him in
militant mood was somethinir of a
surprise. 'Again his assertion as. her

sailed away that he should inform
the conference that the people of Am America
erica America were 'overwhelmingly for the
league of nations was unwarranted
and unwise. Nobody knows yet wheth whether
er whether the people are for the league or
against it, and nobody can know un until
til until they have had a chance to express
themselves. Even at that moment
enough members of the Senate had
committed themselves against the
league to defeat. its ratification in its
present form."
We do not know how much strength
the Sinn Fein has in America, but its
adherents are talking just like the
pro-German element talked before our
government declared war, when
threats were made of a German upris uprising
ing uprising to help the Huns across the water
by open rebellion as well as conspir

acy. The dispatch elsewhere telling!
of the remarks of the delegate of the
Irish "republic" at Paris illustrates
their position. He openly threatens
our government unless it will aid his
faction. We can't understand how
any American can conscientiously aid
the Sinn Fein. It openly sympathized
with the Germans, and had no .rebuke
for their outrages in Belgium nor
their unjustifiable assault on France,
altho France has spent more blood
and treasure to help Ireland than all
the rest of the world put together.
During the war, the Sinn Fein aided
the Huns in every way possible, even
to the extent of an armed rebellion
against the British government. Of
A f 1 1 a V t
course, America nas naa to neip pay
for everything that weakened Brit-
am and prolonged the war had to
pay for it in American lives and Am American
erican American money. When our naval base
was established in an Irish city, the
Sinn Fein did all- it could to annoy
and injure our sailors. Justice Coha-
Llan of the New York supreme court,
who was righteously snubbed by Wil Wilson
son Wilson the night before the president
sailed for France, is not only an
"Irish-American," but was a friend of
the snake in the grass Bernstorff. A
year' ago, it lpoked like the hyphe hyphenated
nated hyphenated American had his lesson, but he
hasn't, and he will probably keep on
until the genuine. American convinces
him that a jail is the only safe placfe
for him on this continent.
. At the risk. of seeming insistent
and tedious, we must repeat that no
delay can be permitted in taking ac
tion to injure the beginning of work
on the Oklawaha above Silver
Springs. This is not a discrimina
tion against the lower portion of the
river, for which improvement was
provided equally with that above, be
cause, it is common sense that if the
super part is improved the lower
part must be. The converse may not
be true. The original project, approv approved
ed approved by the United States engineers
and upon "which this compromise we
have secured through Senator Flet Fletcher
cher Fletcher is based, -as evidenced, by the
provision for a lock sixty feet wide
and with six fet depth, provided for
the start to be made on the upper
reach of the river.- In no other way
can we hope to secure any real benefit
for the Oklawaha frofii the bill that
has been passed. It would be the
easiest' matter in the world to use up
that appropriation of $95,000 long
before Silver Springs is reached if
the work starts at'Welaka. Leesbur&
Commercial.
Leesburg has always been more
wideawake than Ocala to Oklawaha
improvement, and the foregoing
shows that its policy has not changed.
The Tampa Tribune says: "The
board of state institutions having
more than it can attend to properly
should be relieved of the over
sight (?) of all charities and correc
tional "institutions, and these institu:
tions should, be placed .in the hands of
a state board of charities and correc
tions, with nothing else to do but look
after the welfare of the state's wards
and unfortunates. The 'convict and
other problems of Florida will never
be handled right until the legislature
takes them from out political" power
and puts them in the care of private
citizens, men and women, whose only
public duties shall be to see that jus
tice and humanity are the temperers
of all treatment given their unfortu
nates."
' They say that cats afe worth $3
apiece for food in Petrograd. In Am America
erica America there are thousands of cats that
the Bolsheviki may have for carrying
them away.
We are somewhat surprised to find
that redhot American publication,
the Manufacturers' Record, fulminat
ing 'against the league of nations.
TEMPLE ATTRACTIONS
FOR THE WEEK
Today: Edith Roberts in
Free."
'Set
Monday: Francis X. Bushman and
Beverly Bayne in "Social Quick
sands."
. Tuesday: Alice Brady in "The Death
Dance."
Wednesday: George Walsh in "111
Say So," a Fox film.
Thursday: Wallace Reid in "Less
than Kin."
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives Llore and Better
Work for' the lHoney than any other
contractor In the city.

Use the unclassified ads. It pays. J

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OCALA, FLORIDA.
RESOURCES OVER
$950,000.00
IF YOU USE
DAVIS VARNISH TAIN
your building will look well, the Palnf
will wear well, the cost will be lowest;
since you will have, fewer gallons to
buy, because its all paint, and you
get two for one. -.,
For Sale by
THE MARION HARDWARE CO.,
i Ocala, Florida.
Poor eyes throw the
X whole nervous system
. off balance Nervous-
ness, depression, head
aches, indigestion, moodiness and ir irritability
ritability irritability result. j
Dr. K. J. Weihe.
Eyesight Specialist
Graduate Optometrist
With Weihe Co., Jewelers. Ocala, Fla.
Chocolate Covered Brazil Nuts,
Jacob's the best on the market. Anti Anti-Monopoly'Drug
Monopoly'Drug Anti-Monopoly'Drug Store. 3-6t
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We have in

efe the following cars. Prices are "ready to ride away";

1 that is freight, war tax and all costs
the very latest 1919 models.
' '

One Seven Passenger Chalmers Six... ...$1800
Two Five Passenger Chalmers Sixes 1750
,Twelve Five Passenger Maxwell Fours .-1- 1050
Five Maxwell Worm Gear Trucks, with Cabs and Windshields
34 x Ayi U. S. Tires 1375
One 1918 Model Maxwell (new and unused) 950
One 1918 Maxwell Enclosed with Winter Top (new and lin-
used)...! ..I.. ..... 1050
The New Oakland "Sensible Six,, is coining. It will sell here,
ready to drive away, for 1250

I A number of
Perfect Service
rm
Ocala ;

'- Let Us C-p2Ft
This hank is ready at all
times to co-operate in devel developing
oping developing the resources of Marion
County. We invite the ac accounts
counts accounts of Individuals, Mer Merchants,
chants, Merchants, Farmers and Manu Manufacturers.
facturers. Manufacturers. Our resources are
ample, our service the best.
'
MUNROE & CEAMBLISS
NATIONAL BAWES

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Funeral Directors and Embalmers
AUTO HEARSE SERVICE
We deliver caskets free anywhere in the county.
Calls promptly answered night or day.
WILBUR C. SMITH SAM R. PYLES, JR.
LICENSED EMBALMERS.

Day Phone 10

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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 an d it is doing fall duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER.
Don't let.it lapse even a little bit -it may ulk on you all the
remainder of the season.
OCALA ICE AND PACKING COMPANY

Read the Star Want Ads. It nays

K iZ 2 D- 5 T- &i&J&JrJ&. 0Tr
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stock at Ocala, for immediate delivery,

used car bargains in Maxwells, Cadillacs,

Fords. Liberal time payments on any car, new or used.

on all cars and trucks that we sell

Call on us for Demonstrations.

R. R;. Carroll
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For sale by

THE COURT PHARMACY

Y

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ur NeiqWjors
Drink 0

OSTUM

Yoii know of some,bul
jrdoiheij drink rt?
It s because coffee
disagrees wih ihem. :
Next time a wakeful
jiess, hearbfliitter or
stomach distarbance
TKnkofPbshS':

CONSIDER THIS ARGUMENT
; Which Is More Economical ?
60 Gals. Pure Ready; 1
Mixed Paint at .$2.25 $135.00
.:-iS' or -.-'.i
SO Gals. fAVISV 2-4-1: V
PAINT at . .'...C. 2.25 67.50
30 Gals. P u'r e Linseed
Oil at .... .70 21.00

$ S8.50
A. clear saving of $46.50, or propor propor-tionaltely
tionaltely propor-tionaltely more-if Linseed Oil is cheap-

in point of luster, beauty, hardness,
and above all WEAR? It is proclaim-
ed the best by those who have used
it for years. r v v
- You insure you house against fire
'why not insure it against decay with
which is the most durable Paint
. v'T&ade and by far the most economi economi-Jt'
Jt' economi-Jt' cal because its all Paint and you
get two for one our color card ex ex--
- ex-- plains. '.-v 9
THE MARION HARDWARE CO.,
' Ocala, Florida. T

CONSTIPATION

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izi Sour Stomach Canssd Tfch
Lady Much Suffering. Bkck
Draught Relieved.
v, ."' "'.:V";--:.
Meadorsvllle, Ky. Mrs. Pearl Pat Patrick,
rick, Patrick, of this place, writes : -1 was
very constipated. I had sour stomach
and was so uncomfortable. I went to
the doctor He gave me some pills.
They weakened me and seemed to
tear up my digestion. They would
gripe mo and afterwards it seemed
I was more constipated than before.
i Xeard of Black-Draught and de decided
cided decided to try iX I found it Just what I
needed. It was an easy laxative, and
not bad to swallow. My digestion soon
Improved. I got well of the sour stom stomach;
ach; stomach; my bowels soon seemed normal,
no more griping, and I would take a
dose now and then, and was in good
ghape. ; : vf..V V'V
I cannot say too much for Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught for It Is the finest laxative
one can use."
Thedf ord's Black-Draught has for
many years been found of great value
In the treatment of stomach, liver and
bowel troubles. Easy to take, gentle
, and reliable in Jts action, leaving no
bad after-effects, it has won the praise
cf thousands of people wha have used
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OCALA OCCOHlffi

If you have, any society items,
please phone One-Two-One (121).
Mr. J. M. Thomas is out of town
for a few days attending to business.
Theifriends of Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
Pillans, whose little daughter, Ethel
Fair, has been so very sick, will be
glad to hear that she is somewhat
better. t

AMr, Marcus Frank, who has been in
the city for the past week, looking
after his business interests, expects
to return to New York the first part
of the coming week.
Miss Sidney Perry, a recent grad graduate
uate graduate of the OcalaJhigh school, has
presented the school a handsome
bugle, to be used in connection with
the military drill. Needless to say
the gift is timely and much appre appreciated.
ciated. appreciated.
The Union Bible7 study clas3 held
with Mrs. T. M. Moore yesterday
was well attended and addressed by
both Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Ruben
of Pittsburg, who gave a most inter interesting
esting interesting and profitable account of their
mission work.

Mrs. Hosmer of New York city,
has arrived in Ocala and is the guest
of her sister, Mrs. T. C. Carter. Mrs.
Hosmer drove her car, r which was
shipped by "Boat to Jacksonville j from
that city to Palatka, whe,re she was
met by Mr. Carter and the trip to
Ocala made in Mrs. Hosmer's car.

j

REV. MAURICE RUBEN

A BIBLE CONFERENCE

Mr. A. H. Foster of Atlanta, who
has been ill at the hospital, is jso much
improved that Monday he expects to
be moved to the home of Judge and
Mrs. Lester Warner, where hisT wife
has been staying since they came to
Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. Fdster expect
to remain in Ocala about a month
longer, so that Mr. Foster may get
the benefit of our climate and be fully
restored to health. :

Rev. and Mrs. Maurice Ruben,
prominent Christian workers of Pitts Pittsburg,
burg, Pittsburg, are her for a week's visit. They
are the heads of the New Covenant
Friends of Israel organization with
headquarters in Pittsburg. -They are
Christian Jews with a thrilling exper exper-ience.
ience. exper-ience. They have held meetings at
Columbia, S..C, Macon, Ga., and Bible
conferences at Orlando and Clearwa Clearwater;
ter; Clearwater; Beginning Sunday, a series of
meeting will be held to continue each
evening, till over Thursday evening.
They subjects1 and place of the meet meetings
ings meetings will be announced in the churches
Sunday. The subject for Sunday
morning at the Baptist church is
"God's Jealousy for Israel," and in
the evening at the Presbyteriait
church, "Why I, a Jew, Believe in
Christ." Mr. and Mrs. Ruben come
highly recommended and are well
known in many parts of the country.
This is their first tour in the South.

Kitty Gordon and Irving Cum Cum-mings,
mings, Cum-mings, with other competent movie
actors, presented "A Mandarin's
Gold" in most excellent manner at
the Temple last night. A very inter interesting
esting interesting story with a happy ending.
The attraction tonight will be "Set
Free," in which pretty Edith Roberts;
has the leading part. The Temple
will have first-class" pictures all next
week, as you may see by consulting
the list of pictures elsewhere.
The first party at which the fresh freshman
man freshman class as a whole has been en entertained
tertained entertained was given by "Miss Ruth
Warner, at the home "of her parents,
Judge and Mrs. Lester Warner, last
evening. About thirty, of the class
were present and most thoroughly en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed the entertainment provided by
their hostess. During the evening
games were played and dancing was
enjoyed. Punch with cocoanut cake,
devil's food and home-made candy
were served. If the sounds ollaugh ollaugh-ter
ter ollaugh-ter and noise and the lateness of the
hour at which the young people left
the party is a sign of a good time,
this party giveij by Miss Warner was
a thorough success. Miss Warner
was assisted in entertaining ' hev
mother,; Mrs. Warner and Mrs: A. H.
Foster of Atlanta.-

The second and he last evening of
the art loan exhibit was held at the
club house last night. In spite, of the
inclement weather, large audience
was present to examine the pictures
and relics, which had been collected,
and to enjoy the entertainment which
was given. Among the pictures on
exhibit was a very interesting collec collection
tion collection of pictures of r old cathedrals,
among which was the cathedral of
Rheims, which was so ruthlessly de destroyed
stroyed destroyed by the Germans. Quite a col collection
lection collection of home talent work was also
exhibited, which clearly showed the
possibilities of our local artists. One
of the interesting events of the eve evening
ning evening was the talk given by Dr. Davis
of Cleveland, Ohio, who is visiting hi3
sister, Mrs. C. R. Tydings. Dr. Davis
exhibited the lower jawbone of a fish
which he found on a recent fishing
trip on the gulf. The species of fish
to which this bone belonged were
once plentiful but have long since been
extinct, thousands of years the nat naturalists
uralists naturalists say. Then followed a most
interesting talk on this species of fish,
whichj was thoroughly enjoyed by all
present. The little sketch on the
fashions of America was cleverly car carried
ried carried out, from the Indian maiden
clothed in leather to the modern worn worn-au
au worn-au of 1919. Miss Louise Booe intro introduced
duced introduced them to the audience, while ap appropriate
propriate appropriate music and. songs were fur furnished
nished furnished by Miss Irma. Blake and Mrs.
H. M. Hampton. Several most inter interesting
esting interesting readings .and recitations were
given. Among those appearing were
little Misses Virginia Peek and Mat Mat-tie
tie Mat-tie Belle Cameron, Masters Jim Cox
and Harrington Hall, all of whom ac

quitted themselves most admirably.
The pelasures of tbV evening and the

success of the art loan exhibit were

largely due to the efforts of Mrs.
George W. Martin, chairman of the
art committee of the" Woman's Club,

who was ably assisted by members of

her committee. It is hoped that these

exhibits wiH be continued as they are
not only pleasant to go to see, but are

of far-reaching educational value.

New Bathing Caps, this year's
shipment, in all the latest styles. See
our seletcion. Anti-Monopoly Drug

Store 3-6t

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LOST--Between Palatka and Ocala,
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WANTED 10 or 15 acres outside of
town limits, cultivated, slightly slop sloping.
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glasses m a case marked Dr. Lough.
Finder please leave at 715 S. Watula
St and receive reward. 5-3t

FOR SALE Five acre place 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. 4-6t

FOR SALE Extra fine Florida Run

ner Peanut seed; 5 cents pound. Wes

ton & Robertson, Newberry, Fla. 2118t

FOR SALE Jersey heifer eleven
months old. Apply to Mrs. A. Slott,
107 North Sanchez St., Ocala. 3-6t

WANTED To exchange Ocala resi

dence property for Jacksonville resi residence
dence residence property. Difference in prices
can be adjusted. Address A Slott, 407
Broad St., Jacksonville, Fla. 3-6t

t

WANTED-uStenographic work after

4:30 d. 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. J. W.

Hunter, Gunsmith, South Main St. tf

SMITH'S PRESSING CLUB

We are now prepared to' do all
kinds of cleaning and pressing at the
old 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.

Get the Genuine

and Avoid

Waste

K.vjr ill imp

Economy

n Every Cako

UR business is conducted with conservation, but al-
so with enterprise and up to date methods.
We are able and anxious to. help any one, who is in en entitled
titled entitled to credit. Now that we are beginning a New
Year, we invite you to give us an opportunity to serve
you.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
. Resources more than $700,000.00

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

Christian
Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Mrs.

Jennie Whitfield, superintendent.

m
Grace Episcopal
(First Sunday in Lent)
8 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser

mon. Subject, "The Joy of Fasting"

7:30 p. m. Evening prayer and

sermon. Subject, "Found Wanting."

Baptist
9:45 a. m. Sunday, school.
The. services at the First Baptist

church will be of special interest on
Sunday. Rev. Maurice Ruban, of the

New Covenant mission to Hebrews,

will preach on "God's Jealousy f oi

Israel."

.6:30 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
At 7:30 in the evening, Rev, J. S.
MacLemore will speok on "Christian
Education."
Come-and have fellowship with us
in .these services. i
Methodist
9:45 a. m Sunday school.
Educational Sunday. :
11 a. m. Preaching by the pas pastor.
tor. pastor. Subject, "Love and Obedience."
6:30 p. m. Senior Epworth League.
7:30 p. m. Preaching by Rev. R.
Ira Barnett, P. E.
7:45 Wednesday, prayer meeting.
Church conference just before
preaching. Brief reports from stew stewards,
ards, stewards, missionary society, Sunday
school,' league and pastor.
The centenary missionary commit committee
tee committee is called to meet at the church at
2:30 p. m. l 1 ,-
x Be a model Christian and attend
church. It is a high standard set be be-f
f be-f ort every member of our church.
This standard is for all. Visitors and
strangers are cordially invited to our

church at all services.

Smith Hardin, Pastor.
First Presbyterian
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
L. M. Murray, superintendent.
11 a. m. Public worship.
2:30 p. m. Junior Society.
; 7 :30 p. m. Public worship.
' 8 p. m. Wednesday, mid-week

prayer meeting.

At the morning service tomorrow

the roll of the church will.be called,
and every member of the church, who
is not providentially hindered,' is ex expected
pected expected to be present to answer to his
name. The pastor will preach a ser

mon setting forth the aims and plans
of the church for the next year. It
behooves every member to be present.

At the evening hour, -Rev. Maurico

Ruben, of Pittsburg, Pal, who is con connected
nected connected with the New Covenant He Hebrew
brew Hebrew mission, will speak. His theme

will be, "Why I, a Jew, Believe on
Jesus Christ." Mr. Ruben is one of

the children of Israel who accepts

Jesus Christ as the Messiah and Sav

ior and who is giving his life to win
men, especially his own brethren ac according
cording according to the flesh. He has had a

marvelous history since he accepted
Christ. Hear him tell his story. Our
Hebrew friends in the city are cordial cordially
ly cordially invited to hear him. Some other

services for Mr. Ruben are being ar arranged.
ranged. arranged. It is hoped that our people
will turn out to hear him. Tremen Tremendous
dous Tremendous interest is being excited thruout
the world about the "Jewish Ques Question."
tion." Question." It is a fine opportunity to hear
about it.
The officers, of the church are re requested
quested requested to meet at the church at 3 p.
m. tomorrow to plan for the every
member canvass of the church. This
is an important meeting and every
one should be present and on time.
John R. Herndon, Pastor.
St. Phillip's Catholic Church
Every first Sunday of the month
divine services will be at 9:30 a. m.
and at 5 p. m. The other Sundays,
services at 10:30 a. m. and at 5 p. m.
Instruction for the children at 9:30
a. m.
Daily service at 8 a. m.
Christian Science Society of Ocala
(Yonge's Hall)
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service.
7:45 p. m. first Wednesday in each
month.
Reading room Commercial Bank

building, second floor, open daily ex

cept Sunday, from 3 to o p. m.
Ladies, we have another shipment
of those Roxbury Household Rubber
Gloves, sizes 6 to 8, at fifty cents the
pair. Gerigs Drug Store. tf

Crisp New Blouses
Invite Selection

To accompany the New Separate
Skirts and smart- tailored Suits for
Spring arefdainty Blouses. Georgette
crepe arid voiles contend for favor;

each introducing charming new effects

in collars, sleeves and trimmings.
KT $1.50 to $13.95

'MY-

'Ljtiv

Simplicity Marks I

the Newest Skirts -r

i 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
p $2.50' to $28.50

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Ocala - - Florida

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Every modern convenience in each room. Dining: room service is

second to none.

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RATES From L per day per person to $6.

ROBERT P.I. RIEYER,
. Manager.

J. KAVANAUGH,
- Proprietor.



OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1919.

LATEST LOCALS

Ocala is soon to have a large new
business building more later.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
R. Preer, who has been very sick is
much better today.
W
Mr. M.'L. Payne, one of Marion's
wideawake farmers of the Fairfield
section, is in the city today. t
Mr. Charles Flippen is in Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia buying the stock for his new
hardware store at Fort Lauderdale.
Mr. Raiford Simmons left last
night for a few weeks business visit
to Statesboro, Ga. and other points.,
Mr. Charles P. Davis, the Sum Sum-merfield
merfield Sum-merfield real estate dealer, i -among
the business visitors in the city today.
Judge W. S. Bullock, who has been
holding court in Tavares for the past
week, is expected home thi3 afternoon.
Rev. Wm, H. Wrighton is home
'from Crescent City, where he' has
been in attendance on a Bible confer conference.
ence. conference. Mr. Earl Hall from the university
at Gainesville, is spending the week weekend
end weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs; R.
S. Hall.
After the meeting of the Masons
last night they enjoyed a substantial
luncheon, which was put up for them
' by Hunter's .cafe.
Dr. Chas-. W. Moremen went today
to Orlando, to bring home his wife
and little son, who have been visiting
there for some weeks.
" Mr. Asher Frank is expected to ar arrive
rive arrive tonight for a visit with his sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. Max Israelson. Mr. Frank
is making the trip from Atlanta in
his car.
Rev. Geo. W. Lee of Winston Winston-Salem,
Salem, Winston-Salem, N. C, is here, visiting his
brother, Conductor Lee of the Homo Homo-sassa
sassa Homo-sassa run, who has been very ill for
the last few weeks.
.The friends of Mrs. James Enges Enges-ser
ser Enges-ser of Atlanta, who for the past two
weeks has been the guejt of Mrs. B.
D. Blackburn, will be delighted to
know that she and Mr. Engesser in
the future expect to make Ocala their
home again. '
Lieut. Joseph Needham was in com command
mand command of the home guards at theft
regular weekly drill last night. In
the competitive drill, ; which was a
lively one, Private Willard Steel stood
up the longest. Lieut. Norton Davis
was a welcome visitor and coached
the boys in uptodate methods.
A feature which was omitted in
the notice of. the party given by Miss
Ruth Warner to the freshman class
of the high school worthy of special
note, was the decorations, which con
sisted of orange blossoms. Altho
orange blossoms are not uncommon
in Florida, the time of year is unusual
and they are not often used for dec decorative
orative decorative purposes. v
Mr. T. A. Blalce received -the sad
news last night of the death of his
brother, L. A. Blake in Knoxville,
Tenn. Mr. Blake had not learned of
his brother being sick and as there
were no details, feels that his death
must have" been very sudden. This is
the second death message received by
Mr. Blake in tMe past year, his mother
having passed away last May.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Durst of Doug Douglas,
las, Douglas, Gaare expected in the city Mon Monday
day Monday for"a short visit with" Mr. and
Mrs. D. W. Tompkins. From Ocala
they anticipate a pleasant trip in the
southern part of the state, stopping
at Clearwater, Green Springs and St.
Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Durst
made their home in Ocala several
years agtf and have many friends
here. "". -,-"
Two airplanes passed over the city
this morning, going south. Their ap appearance
pearance appearance was the first intimation our
people Had that two of Uncle gam's
flyers had been stranded in the woods
near. Martel for the past two days.
They were on their way to Carlstom
field, when one developed engine trou trouble
ble trouble and both came down. The trouble
was remedied by the aviators.ded
by ; some of the citizens, who at the
request of the birdmen kept the pres presence
ence presence of the machines a secret until
they again rose and rode the breeze
toward their destination.
FISH-
DIRECT FROM OUR FISHING
BOATS TO YOU!
Delicious fresh caught Dry
Salt Fish direct to. the consumer
by prepaid parcel post or express
15 lbs. for $2.1
Special price on barrel lots
The Lenten Season coming.
Fish will be scarce, order now
before prices advance,
TOE ST. GEORGE CO. INC.
St. George on the-Gulf
Apalachicola, Florida

A good deal of excitement was
caused shortly after two o'clock this
afternoon by an explosion in Dr. C.
B. Ayer's dental office, over the Mun Mun-roe
roe Mun-roe & Chambliss bank. A small vul vul-canizer,
canizer, vul-canizer, which the doctor used in den dental
tal dental work, became overheated and ffew

to fragments. The vulcanizer was
shut off from the main office in a
small room, and the explosion blew
out the window and wrecked the sur surrounding
rounding surrounding scenery considerable. A
flying fragment smashed thru the
wall, striking and stunning the doc doctor's
tor's doctor's assistant, Miss Pearl Olds, who
was in the waiting room, but not do doing
ing doing her any serious harm. The prin principal
cipal principal damage was done to Dr. Ayer's
bank account.
Mrs. H. Marshall Taylor has gone
to New York to join her husband, Dr.
Taylor, who has just received his dis discharge
charge discharge fro mthe army. Dr. Taylor has
been stationed at Camp Lee for some
time. They will sepnd a' couple of
weeks in New York before returning
home. Times-Union."
Dr. Taylor, who made his home at
Crystal River some years ago, is well
known in Ocala and his friends are
glad to know that he will return to
Jacksonville to continue his practice
there.
Levi Alexander, the contractor, lost
his barn and a considerable quantity
of tools nd building material, by fire
at his home on Broadway this morn morning.
ing. morning. It is not known how the build building
ing building caught fire, as it was almost ready
to fall in when Levi discovered the
fire. The .department which promptly
answered the alarm, had a hard battle
to save Alexander's house. Among
the property destroyed was James
McDuffy's Chalmers car, 'which was
housed in the barn.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Miller have just
received a letter; from their daughtei,
Mrs. ,W. B. Newbern, stating that
they were quite delighted with their
new home at Panama Park, all are
well and happy and their business
prospects are verjr encouraging. It
will be good news for Mrs. Newbern's
many friends here to learn that she
has entirely recovered from the
trouble with her ankle.
A card has been received from Mrs.
D. C. Stiles Jr. in St. Augustine, stat stating
ing stating that she is having a most lively
and entertaining stay in the Ancient
City,-where she went especially from
Jacksonville tdo see and hear Billy
and Ma Sunday.
Rev. W. H. Wrighton will hold ser services
vices services at Belleview tomorrow afternoon
at three o'clock. The Belleview sec section
tion section feels quite fortunate in escuring
such a- fine speaker to lecture for
them, several times a month.
A letter received 'from Sergeant
Mechanic George Williams, now in
charge of an army motor repair shop
at Paulliac, France, said he was well,
but had no hopes of being home for
several months yet.
j Mr. T. IL Harris expects to leave
tomorow for Miami, to visit his wife
and infant daughter, at the home of
her father, Rev. J. M. Gross.
Mr. P. M. Pirkle arrived last night
for a visit to his wife and little son.
MONEY SEfff HOME
BEFORE DIG BATTLE
0
Doughboys "Cleaned Pockets' for
Home Folks, When Return From
Fight Was Uncertain. Y. M. C. A.
Has Delivered Millions of Dollars
For Amex.
Paris, Feb. ...The steady unsel unselfishness
fishness unselfishness of the American soldier,
shown, by the way he "cleaned his
pockets of money before going into
action, to be sent home if he didn't
come back. Is told by W. J. Baker of
Portchester, N. Y., who served eleven
months as a Y. M. C. A. worker with
the r 26th Division. His particular
charge was the third battalion of the
103rd infantry. He joined that unit
on the St. Mihiel front, went with
them to Chateau Thierry, and later
was in the famous St. Mihiel clean-up
and thedrive before Verdun.
o "It was just before that action be began,"
gan," began," said Baker, "that I saw the finest
example of the characteristic unselfish unselfishness
ness unselfishness of the boys. They 'cleaned their
pockets' for ithe folks at home. They
knew they were going up against the
real thing, and they wanted all their
money to go home in case they never
came back. In all, I was entrusted
with 8,000.000 francs upwards of
$1,500,000 before that attack. We
handled such funds through the regu regular
lar regular Y. M. C. A. service established for
sending money from soldiers to rela relatives
tives relatives in America."
Baker lived with, his battalion, and
saw lively times, as the "Yankee
Division as it was called, was kept
on the fighting front almost continu continuously.
ously. continuously.
UNCLASSIFIED
- ADVERTISEMENTS

AUTO REPAIR SERVICE For
quick and reliable automobile service
come to the Florida House Garage." J.
C. Lanier and H. C. Williams. 8-lm
Call five-one and say send the Star.

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA

Seaboard Air Line, Northbound
No." 4: Arrives 1:41 p. m. Departs
1:56 p. m.
No. 16 (Limited): Arrives and de de-departs
departs de-departs at 4:07 p.m.
No. 2: Arrives 2:50 a. m. Departs
2:55 a. xu.
Seaboard Air Line, Southbound
No. 3: Arrives 3:06 p. m. Departs
"3:26 p. xn.
No. 15 (Limited) : Arrives and de departs
parts departs 5:10 p. m.
No. 1: Arrives 2:45 a. m. Departs
2:50 al m.
Atlantic Coast Line (Slain Line)
Northbound
No. 10: Arrives and departs 6:42 a.
m. i
No. 40: Arrives 2 p. m. Departs
2:20 p. m.
No. 38: Arrives and departs 3:27
a. m.
Atlantic Coast' Line (Main Line)
Southbound
No. 37:
a. m.
No. 39:
Arrives and departs 3:16
Arrives and departs 3:35
Arrives and departs 10:13
i p. m.
No. 9:
p. m.
Atlantic Coast line Branches, South South-bonad
bonad South-bonad No. 151 (Sunny Jim): For Wilcox,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
leaves 7:10 a. m.
. No. 35 (Sunny Jim): For Lakeland,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
leaves 7:40 a. m.
No. 141: Daily except Sunday, ar arrives
rives arrives 11:50 a. m. from Wilcox.
No. 49: For Homosa3sa, leaves 3:25
p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line Branches, North -bound
No. 48: From Homosassa: Arrives
1:53 p. m.
No. 150 (Sunny Jim): From Wil Wilcox,
cox, Wilcox, Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
arrives 6:45 p. m.
No. 32 (Sunny Jim): From Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, arrives 10:43 p. m.
No. 140: Daily except Sunday,
leaves for Wilcox at 4:45 p. m."
Oklawaha Valley
? No. -71 (southbound): Arrives 1 pjn.
No. 72: (northbound): Leaves 3:30
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
, Use the unclassified ads. It pays.
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OCALA FRATERNAL OREKRS

WOOD31EX OF T1IE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
W. W. Stripling, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
R. A. 1L CHAPTER NO. 13
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the first
Friday in every month at 7:30 p. m.
J. A. Bouvier, H. P.
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,
Mrs. W. T. Whitly, N. G.
Eloise Bouvier, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, mets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house oppo opposite
site opposite postotSre, east side.
C. W. Hunter, E. R.
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. a
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
ORDER Or ISASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of v each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Isabel Wesson,' W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F.. & A.
M., meets 'on the first and "thira
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock until further; notice.
H. O. Cole, W. Mr
j Jake Brown, Secretary.
Klenzo Creme insures clean teeth
and healthy gums. Sold in Ocala only
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
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The wise shopper keeps in touch with 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 girl 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 looking
ing looking 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

your money better

23 to have

A Dr. Scholl Foot Expert
here to examine feet, give advice and demonstrate that
TKznisa
M Scholl
He knows all about feet and how to give
Immediate Relief and Lasting Correction
to any foot discomfoit. He will be at this store only
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MARCH 10 AND 11
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 bea mere corn or a pro pronounced
nounced pronounced flat foot-this is your chance; Tak advantage of it. Every Everybody
body Everybody welcome. ji i. t-i
LITTLE'S SHOE PARLOR

Afiernoon of the 11th for
RED CROSS MEETING
Miss Mary -Ann Abel, director of
the bureau of after care for disabled
soldiers and sailors, will make an ad-
dress 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 sailors and soldiers are espec especially
ially especially invited.
Biaval Motel
J ACKSO X VI LLE, FLO II IDA
100 Ilooma. SO Hatha
Opposite postofflce. All modern im improvements,
provements, improvements, elevator, telephone ser service.
vice. service. Hates without .bath, 1 and up;
with bath, $1.50 per person.
31 V. S. JONES, 'Mgr.
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(Qiwif'ifflseiiraKEimiis

YdPMiF Time

spent.

If Your Feet Ever
Bother You
it will interest you to know thai thisstpre
has arranged, at considerable expense,

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Colcrcd Customers Only
Atlantic Eiotei
Ilay ami Iloeran Sin. JarkMOBTlIIe, Fla.
All railroadticket.of:ices in building,
center of everything. All modern Im Improvements.
provements. Improvements. First clas in every par particular.
ticular. particular. Hates, one person, tl to Jl.r.0;
two.person., $2 to $Z.Z0. Bath J1.S0, $2;
two people. $2..r0, $3.
4-3 II FRANK PIERCE, Prop.
!clver & MaeKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMEflS
PHONES 47. 104. 30:
OCALA. FLORID
W. K. Lanr, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Lav Library Buildiag, Ocala,
Florida. tf



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