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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and
Wednesday.
OGALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 9S

LIBERAL SUPPORT
FOR THE LOAN

Distinct Feeling of Optimism at the
Treasury Over Results of
the First- Day
(Associated Press)
Washington, April 22, A distinc distinctive
tive distinctive tone of optimism- distinguished
the scores of telegrams arriving at
the treasury, said an official review of
the' opening day of the Victory Loan
campaign, issued today.
THE LEAGUE COMES FIRST
Washington, April 22 Administra Administration
tion Administration officials have been advised in a
.confidential cablegram from Paris,
which was received today, that in, the
consideration of problems confronting
the peace conference, such as Italy's
Adriatic claims and the question of an
alliance to protect France from fu future
ture future aggression, President Wilson
would take no action which might in
the slightest degree jeopardize the
league of nations or conflict with its
fundamental principles.
AMERICAN SEAPLANES WILL
MAKE THE ATTEMPT
Washington, April 22. Three nav naval
al naval seaplanes will attempt a flight
across the Atlantic. They will leave
Hockaway Beach early in May, but as
far as is known now no decision has
been reached whether their, route will
direct from Newfoundland to Irelana
or via the Azores Islands.
NEW HOG FEED BEING RAISED
R. E. Smedley Gets Wonderful Re Results
sults Results on Farm at Santos
Experiments which have been con conducted
ducted conducted by Mr. R. E. Smedley of San Santos,
tos, Santos, on his farm near that place, may
result in the introduction of Lentz
beets as a food for hogs in Marion
county. At the request of Mr. H.
Blackburn, county agent, Mr. Smed Smedley
ley Smedley met with the Marion county agri agricultural
cultural agricultural committee here Saturday,
and told of what he had done with the
beets. He planted a half-acre of the
beets and on this half acre fed forty
-hogs for two weeks, and at the end of
the two weeks still had enough beets
. left to feed hogs for a month or more.
.The beets produced by Mr. Smedley,
as he pointed out, are very large, and
some weigh as much as 10 and 12
pounds.. They should be planted the
first part of October or November.
Frost affects them very little, Mr.
. Smedley told the farmers.' The hogs
like the beets, and build up on them.
Mr. Blackburn told the members of
. the agricultural committee that he
had been to see Mr. Swedleys beets,
and was so much impressed with the
results obtained that he thought every
farmer in Marion county should, know
about them. Mr. Blackburn said that
he had taken an agent from the ex experiment
periment experiment station in Gainesville to see
the beets, who took photographs of
the field and samples of the beets to
have them analyzed.
In answer to inquiries as to where
' seed might be obtained, Mr. Smedley
said that hey could be obtained from
any large seed house.
Sample of the beets can be seen at
the Board of Trade room.
OUTBREAK IN INDIA
Simla, India, Sunday, April 20.
Martial law has been proclaimed in
the Gujerat district.
Gujerat is in the northern part of
the Bombay presidency, with a popu
latio? of about nine million.
GRANDMA USED SAGE
TEA TO DARKEN HAIR
She mixed Sulphur with it to
Restore Color, Gloss,
Youthf illness.
Common garden sage brewed into a
heavy tea with sulphur added, will turn
. ii i i
gray, sireaicea ana iaaea uair oeauuruiiy
dark and luxuriant. Just a few applica
tions will prove a revelation if your hair
is fading, streaked or gray. Mixing the
Sage Tea and Sulphur recipe at home,
though, is troublesome. An easier way la
to get a 50-eent bottle of Wyeth's Sage
and Sulphur Compound at any drug store
all ready for use. This is the old time
recipe improved by the addition of other
ingredients.
While wispy, gray, faded hair is not
sinful, we all desire to retain our youta youta-ful
ful youta-ful appearance and attractiveness. By
darkening your hair with Wyeth's Sage
and Sulnlnlr Compound, no one can telL
because it does it so naturally, so evenly
You just dampen a sponge or soft brush
with it and draw this through your hair,
taking one small strand at a time; by
morning all gray hairs have disappeared,
and, after another application or two,
your hair becomes beautifully dark,
glossy, soft and luxuriant.
This preparation is a delightful toilet
requisite and is not intended for the cure,
mitigation or prevention of disease.

TEUTONS TAKI11G
THE BACK TRACK

Consent to the Allied Conditions in
Regard to the Versailles
Congress
Paris, April 21 (By the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press.) Germany has notified
the Allies that she accepts all the al allied
lied allied conditions respecting the Ver Versailles
sailles Versailles congress. This official an announcement
nouncement announcement was made tonight.
Germany will send the following
delegates to the Versailles congress,
with full powers to negotiate:
Count von Brockdorff-Rantzau, for foreign
eign foreign minister; Herr Lansberg, secre secretary
tary secretary for publicity, art and literature;
Dr. Theodore Melchior, general, man manager
ager manager of the Warburg bank; Herr Lein Lein-ert,
ert, Lein-ert, president of the Prussian as assembly
sembly assembly and of the national soviet con congress;
gress; congress; Herr Geisberg, minister of
posts and telegraphs, and Herr Schue Schue-ching.
ching. Schue-ching. In all the German party will
number seventy-five. The arrival of
the delegates cannot be expected be before
fore before April 28th.
ORLANDO WAS ABSENT
Paris, April 22. Premier Orlando
of Italy, was absent this morning
when deliberations of the council of
four were resumed at the Paris White
House. President Wilson, Premiers
Lloyd George and Clemenceau were
present.
The president and two premiers
went again into the Japanese ques question
tion question presented by Baron Makino and
Viscount Chinda, which was taken up
when the deadlock over the Adriatic
question was reached yesterday.
NO PLEBISCITE
Paris, April 22. Discussion of the
peace terms by the Versailles con congress,
gress, congress, after the German representa representatives
tives representatives have been called in won't be
continued longer than May 15th, the
Echo de Paris declares today. The
Germans .will be required to sign the
peace conditions, subject only to rati ratification
fication ratification by their government, the Al Allies
lies Allies 'not consenting that' these condi
tions shall -be submitted to. a plebis
cite, the -newspaper, adds..
REVOLUTION IN TURKEY
Paris, April 22. A revolution has
occurred in Turkey and a soviet gov government
ernment government has been declared and a rev revolutionary
olutionary revolutionary committee established at
Constantinople, according to a tele telegram
gram telegram from Kiev,. quoting the Bolshe
vik representative at Odessa, who
says the Turkish consul there has re
ceived an official announcement of the
government change.
ENLISTMENT IN THE
NAVY KEEPING UP
Navy Recruiting Station,
Ocala, Fla., April 21, 1919.
From the date voluntary enlist enlist-mentsv
mentsv enlist-mentsv in the regular navy were re resumed,
sumed, resumed, Dec. 4, 1918, up to and includ including
ing including March 27, 1-919, the following
data will be interesting to note:
Total number of me nenlisted in the
regular navy during this time, 17,941.
Of this "total number enlisted, 12,497
were young men under nineteen years
of age and who have not served in any
branch of the service; 1109 were men
who had previously served in some of
the military service other that naval
service; 318 wer men who had pre previously
viously previously served in the naval service;
4017 were men nineteen years of age
and over who have never served in
any branch of the military service.
From the above data it will be seen
that the navy is rapidly securing a
large number of men greatly needed
to take the place of men who enlisted
for the duration of the war and will
soon have to be discharged. Of these
men who enlisted for the duration of
the war, a large percentage will be
men holding advanced ratings, and
these ratings will have to be filled
largely by the young men coming into

tne service. Those young men whojwell as t.h manv ntlipr ta tMno

ccntemplate enlisting should not hes
-
itate further who those coming in now
will have an advantage over those who
come in later.
Now that hostilities have ceased,
the work will not be so strenuous, and
the duty will be far more pleasant;
the opportunity for diversity of travel
will be greater. Young men desiring
to take advantage of this opportunity
should without delay communicate
with or come to see me at Room 311,
postoffice building, Ocala, Fla. We
are also in need of some colored men
for mess attendants, stewards and
other good jobs. Pay for all ranges
from $32.60 up. T. M. Kilgore,
Officer in Charge.
NOTICE
The members of the woman's de department
partment department of the Victory Loan commit committee
tee committee are asked to meet at the Board of
Trade room tomorrow afternoon at 4
o'clock. Mrs. B. Hf Seymour.

PASSING THE BUCK
TO THE PEOPLE

Teuton (Government Afraid to Take
Responsibility of Accepting
. Allied Terms
Berlin, April 22, (By the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press.) The equipment for an
election is in readiness .for an immed immediate
iate immediate plebiscite on peace terms which
can be completed throughout Ger Germany
many Germany in forty-eight hours, according
to information reecived here. It is
declared the cabinet wishes to a'woid
the responsibility of either refusing
or accepting the terms and a plebis plebiscite
cite plebiscite is almost certain. It is believed
the results will be a refusal to accept
the peace terms because the people
will overlook the correction of such
acts as maintenance of the blockade,
stoppage of "food importations and
accompanying evils which may be ex expected,
pected, expected, in view of their-reluctance to
sanction harsh terms.
BETTER OUTLOOK IN BAVARIA
London, April 22. The military sit situation
uation situation in Bavaria is improving, ac according
cording according to an announcemnt by the
Hoffman ministry. The Sparticides,
who took Dachau, ten miles northwest
of Munich by violating the armistice
with government troops, have been
repulsed and government forces are
now holding the place. Reinforce Reinforcements
ments Reinforcements are moving toward Munich
from Ingolstadt, it is said. r
COMMUNICATION FROM
MR. COLBERT
Editor Star: I note your editorial
in yesterday's Star, in regard to the
school board recommending the pas passage
sage passage of the compulsory school attend attendance
ance attendance bill that is now before the Flor Florida
ida Florida legislature.
In connection with this, I wish to
state that the bill was read section by
section at our last meeting and care carefully
fully carefully considered, and as a whole, the
purpose and intent of the bill is to
secure better attendance of the chil children
dren children in the schools, both public and
private. Therefore,, we, as public ser servants
vants servants of the people of Marion county,
believing it to be to the best interest
of the people and especially of the
rising generation, recommended its
passage. And personally, I do not be believe
lieve believe that we made a mistake.
Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert,
Chairman School Board of Marion i
County.
Mr. Colbert, however, does not deny
that he told us that he had not read
all the bill himself. Editor.
WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING
. The regular monthly meeting of the
Ocala Woman's Club was held at the
club house Saturday afternoon at the
usual hour.
An interesting program in charge
of the chairman of the literature and
art committee was given.
Mrs. Lester Warner, chairman, in introduced
troduced introduced Dr. Pharr, from the depart department
ment department of English, University of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, who gave a splendid and most
practical talk on the "Development of
Language." His interesting theories
brought out the facts that language
was probably in existence before the
records. He stated three well defined
theories of the origin of language de development,'
velopment,' development,' namely: from its first be beginning
ginning beginning at the Tower of Babel; sec second,
ond, second, the invention theory, and, lastly,
pure evolutionary theory. Having ex explained
plained explained these theories in a lucid man manner,
ner, manner, he spoke briefly of the 360 dis distinct
tinct distinct languages spoken by the human
race today, which he reduced to seven
or eight large groups, explaining that
the human language was very prob probably
ably probably first spoken as one language, all
spoken originally by one tribe, the
greatest development being made by
contact with other minds, which was
most scientific and in accordance
with recent views.
Those enjoying Dr. Pharr's talk, as
- j e
which have been brought before the
club members so advantageously this
season have been fortunate indeed.
Mrs. Futch delighted the audience
by giving two songs in fine voice.
This was Mrs. Futch's first appear appearance
ance appearance in song at a club meeting and
she received many warm enconiums.
A recitation entitled "The Ameri-
can Flag," was beautifully rendered
by Mrs. Bradford Webb, which was
followed by singing the Star Spangled
Banner, which concluded the pro program.
gram. program. The club members and visitors were
then invited to the attractive tea
table where the hostesses, Mrs. Gerig,
Mrs. Chace and Mrs. Harvey Clark,
assisted by Misses Conibear, Louise
Booe, Wynona Wetherbee, Annie Da Davis
vis Davis and Mabel Meffert served tea and
wafers.
Mullet and sea trout received fresh
each day at the Delicatessen Market,
opposite fire station. 22-5t

SOVIET REPUBLIC
GOING TO SMASH

Menaces from Without and Sedition
Within Proving Too Muck
for the Magyars
Budapest, Sunday, April 20. (By
the Associated Press.) The downfall
of the Hungarian soviet government
is expected here as a result of the
desertion of 30,000 Szeckler troops to
the Rumanians and hew movements
against Hungary by Czecho-Slovaks.
CZECHS JOINED RUMANIANS
Amsterdam, April 22. The Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian government headed by Bela
Kun has resigned under pressure of
Rumanian troops, according to dis dispatches
patches dispatches to the Central News from
Vienna, quoting reports received
there from aerial mail from Buda Budapest.
pest. Budapest. Wild chaos is said to prevail
at Budapest. It is reported Czech
troops have joined the Rumanians and
have defeated the Hungarian soviet
troops.
EDWARD GREEN LOOKING WELL
Mrs. Emily Green this morning re received
ceived received the following telegram from
Mrs. H. C. Groves:
New York, April 21, 1919.
Mrs. Emily Green, Ocala, Fla.:
I saw Edward. He looks well and
thinks he will leave here in two weeks
for Fort Oglethorpe. He thinks it test
that you meet him there. The trip
here for so short a time would be hard
for you. He is well cared for and I
will see his often. Lee Groves.
NOTICE, C. OF C
The C.of C. of are cordially invited
to meet at the Ocala House Thursday
afternoon at 4:30. Come prepared to
pay dues and elect a delegate to rep represent
resent represent the chapter at the U. D. C. con convention
vention convention at Jacksonville, May 6th.
There will be an election of officers
and a real treat for each member of
the chapter.
Mrs. Ed Carmichael,
i Directress C. of C.
First Lieutenant Carl Ray returned
to Ocala Sunday after ten months'
service in France with the A. E. F.
He landed in New York just a week
ago and now has received his final
discharge. His many friends are de delighted
lighted delighted to see him and welcome him
home.
The latest messages to Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Anderson, from their sons,
Lieuts. R. L. and E. P. Anderson, an announced
nounced announced they were at Bordeaux.
Lieut. E. P. Anderson was expecting
to leave soon for America, but his
brother was going to Paris, to take
up some important studies, which will
probably keep him in Paris until mid midsummer.
summer. midsummer. Private Plowdy J. Barrineau is ex expected
pected expected home tomorrow or Thursday
from Camp Gordon, where he has
been since returning from ten months'
service overseas.
Private Albert Mcintosh, of the
Engineers, who after nea'rly thirteen
months in France arrived at his home
in Brooksville a few days ago, was
in town today. He was in the St.
Mihiel and Argonne drives.
Mr. G. A. Hunter is rejoicing over
the return of his son, H. O. Hunter,
who after nearly a year's service as
a skilled gunsmith in the army, is
home again.
There was fifty thousand dollars in
the Star office awhile this morning.
The Munroe & Chambliss National
Bank had just received that amount
in bright, new banknotes, in sheets of
four, and Messrs. J. M.. Thomas and
Richard Stroud did not fancy the job
of cutting them apart with scissors,
so they brought them over and had
the job done on the Star's big paper
cutter. They kept a mighty sharp
lookout on the editor and' business
manager while the job was in pro progress,
gress, progress, however.
The two concerts that were given
by the Royal Scotch Highlanders
band yesterday afternoon and eve evening,
ning, evening, proved not only a very attrac attractive
tive attractive feature for Ocala in a musical
way, but a financial success for the
park committee of the Woman's Club,
under whose auspices they appeared.
This committee received $114.03 as its
share of the money taken in. The
members of the band were delighted
with Ocala and the reception they re received
ceived received and the good order among the
listeners. The successful efforts of
this committee in getting this band
here not only proved a musical treat
but of unusual value as an advertis advertising
ing advertising feature for this city. We look for forward
ward forward to their return in the fall with
keen interest.
We are not using any flour substi substitutes
tutes substitutes in our bread, cakes and pies
now. In fact, they are better than
ever. Let us serve you. Carter's
Bakery. tf ; ;

REPRESENTATIVES
ARE REFRACTORV

Lower House of the Florida Legisla Legislature
ture Legislature Rejects Senate Resolution
for Equal Suffrage
(Associated Press)
Tallahassee, April 22. The house
today killed the senate resolution sub submitting
mitting submitting a woman suffrage amend amendment
ment amendment to the constitution to a vote of
the people. The bill will be called up
for re-consideration within twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four hours under the house ruels.
FOG AND RAIN YET
HOLD THE FLYERS
(Associated Press)
St. Johns, N. F., April 22. Weath Weath-ei
ei Weath-ei conditions were again unfavorable
today for a start in the proposed
trans-Atlantic flights by Hawker and
Raynham. Fog and rain prevailed
here today and reports from mid mid-Atlantic
Atlantic mid-Atlantic indicated continued unfavor unfavorable
able unfavorable weather.
Walter e. flanders
back with renewed vigor
Mysterious Silence Surrounds His
Fishing Exploits on Florida
Vacation
Walter E. Flanders "punched the
clock" for the first time in months at
9:36 April 2, according to the Punch,
the house organ of the Chalmers and
Maxwell factory, just received by R.
R. Carroll, local dealer.
It was" the first vacation taken by
the well known factory chief since
1916 and the Punch maintains that
any man wh has produced over 300, 300,-000
000 300,-000 of one kind of car is entitled to
knock off a few days every thre
years.
Mr. Flanders mysteriously refuses
to indicate in feet or inches whether
perch or porpoise was his baited prey.
The important thing, however, com comments
ments comments the house organ; is the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic tan which tints his features with
every indication of a renewed energy
and recharged vitality. There is clear clearly
ly clearly indicated an enlarged capacity for
tireless energy and a quickened desire
to excel in production, sales and every
branch of his life work the manufac manufacturing
turing manufacturing of automobiles.
It is predicted that he new Flanders
momentum will soon be felt and en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed by every Maxwell and Chalmers
man in the country.
ALICE BRADY AT THE
TEMPLE THIS EVENING
Ethey Barrymore is not often seen
at the Temple, but she made an ex excellent
cellent excellent impression last night in "The
Divorcee." Charlie Chaplin was at his
funniest, and kept his watchers in an
unclosed grin all the time he was in
sight. Alice Brady, one of the prime
favorites, will be seen tonight in
"Marie Ltd.," and the International!
. m j ? i it.- .... i I
news will display us usual laicicoi.
ROTARY MEETING
, A special meeting of the Rotary
Club of Ocala is called for this eve-:
ning at 8 o'clock at the Board of
Trade rooms. The object of this
meeting is to have a' report from our
delegate from the general convention
at Albany, Ga., and to discuss any
matters that may come up relative to
our proposed dinner on the 25th Last.
Every member is requested to be
present as this will be an important
meeting. A. E. Gerig, Sec'y.
NOTED HAIR EXPERT IN CITY
Beth Palm, a noted hair specialist,
is at the Harrington Hall for a few
days, giving to the ladies of Ocala a
treat as well as edifying them in the
art of manufacturing human hair into
heautiful hair pieces, switches, trans transformations,
formations, transformations, puffs, etc Beth Palm has
a complete line of real human hair
goods with her and as she says I have
a switch for every lady in Ocala and
my hobby is matching different shades
and making up ladies' own combings
while you wait. Miss Palm's assist assistant
ant assistant will call on the ladies in their
homes and appointments can be made
by telephone.
Rooms 308-310, Harrington Hall.
Phone 32-M for appointment. 21-tf
STRAY MULES TAKEN UP
Taken up at my place April 13th,
between Summerfield and Belleview,
one gray horse mule, one gray mare
mule; one recently clipped. Owner can
have same by proving property, pay paying
ing paying expenses of feed, advertising etc
E. M. Smith, Summerfield, Fla. 21-5t
-
W. K. Lane, IL D Phyridan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law library Building, Ocala,
Florida- tf
Pcptona Tonic
tf

URGES FARMERS
TO CO-OPERATE

County Agent Points Out Advantages
of Pooling the Crops for
Marketing
Mr. H. Blackburn, county agent, is
making a plea for co-operation among
the farmers of Marion county in the
matter of producing and marketing
crops.. In a talk before the Marion
count yagricultural committee Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon, Mr. Blackburn offered
to assist the farmers of the county ht
the work, saying that he had gained
considerable experience in this in Ala Alabama.
bama. Alabama. He pointed to the advantages
to be gained by a pooling of products
for shipment. Farmers who have not
enough of a product to ship in car lots
should join hands with other farmers
in his neighborhood in order that car carload
load carload shipments might be made. In
this wap the products can be mar marketed
keted marketed to better advantage; and better
prices can be obtained. Mr. Black Blackburn
burn Blackburn said that the farmers should get
together and agree on what crops ar
to be planted each season, and the
acreage, keeping in mind the market
demands.
Mr. L. S. Light, present at the
meeting, told of the results obtained
by several farmes in his section of the
county, who had pooled their crops.
He said that cabbage had been raised
and shipped in this way. He urged
the farmers to get together this yeai
on planting sweet potatoes, and on
marketing them, saying that there
will be a big demand for sweet pota potatoes
toes potatoes properly marketed.
To further assist the farmers of the
county in marketing, Mr. Blackburn
asked that the farmers list with him
each week such articles as they might
have for sale. At the end of each
week he would consolidate these lists
and send them to the state marketing
bureau.
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line maximum, ens
time, 25c; three times, 50c: six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in ad advance,
vance, advance, f V
FOR S ALE Ford truck with
commercial body. In abso absolutely
lutely absolutely first class condition.
See Blalock Bros., Ocklawa Ocklawa-ha
ha Ocklawa-ha Avenue. 21 3t
FORD BARGAIN A cut down Ford
- roadster in good shape for $175
cash. Auto Sales Company.. Mack
Taylor. Phone 348. 22-6t
WANTED 5000 PEOPLE AFTER AFTERNOONS
NOONS AFTERNOONS AND EVENINGS to read
the Ocala Star and next day leave
orders for light, heavy or long dis distance
tance distance hauling with the Maxwell
Transfer Co., L. E. Yonce, Ocala, Fla.
FOR SALE Ten empty coca-cola
barrels. The Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store, phone 123. Gt
FOR RENT Five room cottage near
primary and high schools; good
neighborhood; all modern conven conveniences,
iences, conveniences, including bath room, garage,
also garden space. Apply to C LL
Livingston, Ocala, Fla. 17-tf
FOR SALE-A thoroughbred Hamp Hampshire
shire Hampshire boar, one year old. Apply to
Nathan Mayo, Summerfield, Fla. 12t
WOOD An honest load of wood can
be had by phoning Smoak's Wood
Yard, phone 146. tf
WANTED Your stove, range and
refrigerator repair work.. We also
buy and sell second hand stoves. Acme
Stove Hospital, 717 N. Magnolia St.
FOR SALE We have on hand a
worm-driven Ford truck which we will
sell at a bargain. Auto Sales Co.,
North Main St phone 248. tf
AUTO REPAIR SERVICE For
quick and reliable automobile service
come to the Florida House Garage. J.
C. Lanier and H. C. Williams. 8-lra
FOR SALE 1918 Ford tour touring
ing touring car; 4 new Goodyear all all-weather
weather all-weather tires; shock absorb absorbers;
ers; absorbers; switch lock. A bargain bargain-See
See bargain-See Blalock Bros., Ocklawa.
ha Avenue. r : 21 3t

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Invasion of Russia brought Napo Napoleon
leon Napoleon I. and William II. to grief, and
America and the Allies don't care to
imitate them.
Two years ago today, the Stars and
Stripes were flung to the breeze from
the summit of the Eiffel tower m
Paris, and a salute of twentv-one
guns celebrated the alliance of the
world's two greatest republics.
Debs says he will not accepts a par pardon
don pardon from President Wilson unless the
every man and .; woman convicted un under
der under the espionage act. Perhaps Debs
had better put off refusing the pardon
until it is offered him.
-The Tampa Times is speculating as
to whether Gen. Albert H. Blanding,
whose brigade helped break the Hin Hin-denburg
denburg Hin-denburg line, can be induced to be become
come become a candidate for governor. The
Star would be glad if Gen. Blanding
would consent to have his name an announced
nounced announced as a candidate for the office.
We think Florida needs such a gov governor
ernor governor as he would make and we could
support him with great pleasure.
. 'I'hn fiirtAvol r4r TV T T A flnirM KloCJ
which that, good citizen was held.
Alter tne services at nis late nome in
Dunnellon, the hearse carrying his re
mains left that city followed by al almost
most almost a mile long procession of autoes.
mi j 1 s 1
xms was aaaea 10 largely in ucaia,
and many people were waiting at An Anthony
thony Anthony when the cortege arrived. The
body of Mr. Grumbles was laid to its
final rest in the pretty cemetery at
Anthony, and his memory will linger
.long with the hundreds of friends he
made in his honored and useful life-
time. '
j Ever since the Florida Marketing
Bureau has been in operation, the
Star has criticised it. We have op opposed
posed opposed it on the principle that such
things are not a function of govern government,
ment, government, but should be attended to by
private parties. We favor such or organizations
ganizations organizations as the Florida Citrus Ex Exchange
change Exchange and the co-operative organiza organizations
tions organizations that are successfully operated
by farmers and fruit growers in many
northern and western states. We
must concede, however, that at pres pres-,
, pres-, ent the bureau is doing well by our
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people and consequently a consider considerable
able considerable number of them favor its con continued
tinued continued operation. Unless it, like al almost
most almost everything else in Florida, be becomes
comes becomes tainted with politics, it may
continue to be of service.

OUR EYES OPENED
We had our eyes opened recently.
A3 to whethgr we are better off or
not, we cannot say. The good book
leads us to infer that Adam and Eve
were considerably the worse off for
having that optical operation per performed
formed performed on them but then we never
was as innocent as they were, any anyhow.
how. anyhow. All our life, we have labored under
the impression that a few things
learned well were worth more than
many things only half or a quarter,
or perchance a tenth, learned. And
it has seemed to us that that impres impression
sion impression was impressed upon us by read reading
ing reading the opinion of the wise men of
antiquity as well as that of those of
later date; it also seemed to be the
theory of the practical men we have
met during our terrestrial career:
We have tried to apply this theory
to public school affairs, and have
found to our surprise and sorrow thai
it has met the stern repudiation of
the educational caste. We have harp harped
ed harped on it rather freely of late, because
it has seemed like a chord that need needed
ed needed harping dn a right smart. There
is no doubt that we have been having
a parrot and monkey time in school
matters. On one side is a band of
teachers working for salaries entire entirely
ly entirely too small not only in proportion 'to
the value of their services, but also
in proportion to their imperative ex expenses.
penses. expenses. On the other side are the tax taxpayers,
payers, taxpayers, loaded to the limit of endur endurance,
ance, endurance, and with heavier burdens stack stacking
ing stacking up in plain sight.
So it seemed to us, when we looked
over the educational program, and
noticed a number of studies that we
were sure the students would never
use, and some that we had made cer certain
tain certain by close questioning that they
forgot in a few years after leaving
school said studies, however, requir requiring
ing requiring expensive books and taking time
of both pupils and teachers that it
would b.e a pretty good play to cut
them out. We thought that with
fewer studies' the students could
learn faster and remember longer,
that there would not have to be so
many teachers to pay nor so many
books to "buy; consequently what
teachers there were could be better
paid and the public school patrons
would not be so heavily taxed. When
we mentioned this program, it seemed
to have the cheerful approbation of
most taxpayers and public school
students, but when we tried to recom recommend
mend recommend it to the teachers we found we
were up against it. They called us
everything but a bolshevik, and the!
only reason they did not call us that j
was because at that time the word
was not in their dictionaries. They
had but one remedy for all evils, and
that was more money, which, as we
all know, is obtained for public pur purposes
poses purposes only by taxation.
We had never been able to under understand
stand understand why what we considered a business-like
and commonsense solution
of this problem should receive such
fierce opposition, amounting some sometimes
times sometimes to "abuse as rank as we have
ever excited in politics, tho' our
schools are supposed, to be out of and
our school teachers above politics. But
this friend of ours, to whom we allud alluded
ed alluded at the beginning of this spiel, shed
light on the subject. Discussing
school affairs with him, and alluding
to the superfluity of studies, how use useless
less useless some were and often forgotten in
a few years, he told us that no stu student
dent student was expected to remember all he
or she was taught, and that this ex excess
cess excess of study was principally for the
purpose of developing the youthful
mind.
Now, if some stranger had told us
this, we would have slipped to the
telephone" and passed the word to the
sheriff that there was an escape from
Chattahoochee in the neighborhood.
But this valued friend of ours is edu educated
cated educated and disinterested and of more
than usual intellect. In many things,
we would trust his judgment before
our own. So when he dropped the
aforesaid chunk of information into
our ear we simply gasped and sat
down on the sidewalk to recover our
breath. And as soon as our dazed
wits began to work, we realized that
we had at last got wise to the great
Florida education theory. It works in
exactly with the words and the ac actions
tions actions of those, or most of them, to
whom the education of our children is
entrusted.
But is it right?
We trow not, and we believe the
opinion of the great majority of men
and women outside the teacher class
is with us.
It is our belief that children need
to be led to thinking, and not to be
driven thru it. We do not believe there
is any wisdom in teaching a child any anything
thing anything it is likely to forget, and that
will be useless if it is remembered.
The world is full of useful things "for
children to learn. If they are taught
the basic principles, and taught them
well, their own minds will do the rest
and do it better than any teacher can
drill into them something they do not
care to know.
Any farmer knows that it is better
to put too little fertilizer on his
ground than too much. Too little will
shorten his crop too much will de destroy
stroy destroy his crop and injure the soil. It
is the same way with education and
the mind of a child.
What would you think of a mother
who with milk at its present price, in

filling a cup for her child will pour itjing snug therein and warm is a prec-

full and keep on pouring so the liquid
will run out on the floor?
The Florida educational autocracy
wants to pour the milk of education
into the minds of the children until it
is spilled. But the taxpayer has to pay
for the wasted milk.
We all of us know that our educa educational
tional educational system has become a vast
political machine, with a gang of
parasites stuck to it, that a bunch of
useless officials prance up and down
the state at the public expense, that
most of our teachers are overworked
and underpaid, that our children, study
out of all proportion from books that
their parents are often not able to
buy, that we pay more taxes for our
schools than we paid a few years ago
for the expense of the entire state,
and that our butt-headed lawmakers
have so misarranged matters that
nothing can be remedied without
raising taxes, and that these are no
sooner paid than more taxes are de demanded
manded demanded and what is it all for?
That our children, in order to de develop
velop develop their minds, may learn things
they will soon forget, and will be use useless
less useless to them if they remember them.
The Star can't endorse the move movement
ment movement to put the Marion County Fair
in the hands of the county commis commissioners.
sioners. commissioners. We don't think the commis commissioners
sioners commissioners want the responsibility, and
we don't think that managing a fair
i3 a legitimate function of county
government. The commissioners can't
take charge of the fair without in increasing
creasing increasing taxes and making appoint appointments
ments appointments that will displease a good many
people. If the people can't carry on
the fair themselves, they. had better
let it go.
The Star is informed that it was
misinformed about the district school school-board
board school-board being peeved with the county
schoolboard for not maintaining the
department of domestic science in the
Ocala high school. We correct and
apologize. Both the county and dis district
trict district boards are made up of con conscientious
scientious conscientious people, who are having a!
hard time trying to add two and two
so they will make six, and they would
be excusable if they were peeved
sometimes.

BRIGHT BITS
(By a Lady Contributor)
A little western paper (but not so
very far west) has guessed the editor
of "Bright Bits" to be "either a josher
or an Iconoclast." Well, now, as bad
as the titles are popularly supposed to
be, the editor trusts that they are not
altogether undeserved. However, we
have made no definite stand against
foolish idols or false ideas in our de department,
partment, department, so. we are not worrying
much about the "westerner's" opinion.
We are not a person to smoke in a
powder house, nor do we believe our
neighbors always speak well of us be-
hind our backs. Neither do we expect,
when we go to join the angels' choir,
to take all or even a part of Florida
or our household goods with us. We
believe only in the honest and true,
the bright and the beautiful, and that
not all women are angels nor do all
men wear reversable wings and an
aurora borealis for a. hatband. To the
contrary, we observe that most of
them are conceded as being fops in
youth, fools in their prime and ego egotists
tists egotists in their old age. History says
the "car of progress travels in a cir circle,
cle, circle, but to us the human race travels
in a ray of straight eternal hope, a
blessed hope, that like "a poising
eagle burns above the unrisen morrow."-If
that is joshing and Icono-
clasm, we are it and thankful still.
a
"Pepper Sauce" says being a gen gentleman
tleman gentleman is hiding your meanness. Is
he judging others by himself?
m m m
Goodness is not. the real test of a
man. It is plenty of good hard sense
that counts at the end of the game.
m m m
Leslie's says a revival of the old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned virtues of the Christian
household with the Bible on the parlor
table and the family pew well filled on
Sunday is one of the greatest needs of
our day.
m m m
"Oh," said the oldest inhabitant to
us Saturday, "if prices keep on slip slipping
ping slipping down the scale maybe by August
we will be able to buy a pound of
tomatoes and an apple or two.
m m m
The famous six bells of Westmin Westminster
ster Westminster Abbey" are being increased to
eight and will be used in ringing in
the peace. These six bells were last
rung at the coronation of King
George.
m m m
Aunt Mary has happened to a very
sad accident. She has stepped thru
her new hobble skirt twice and Uncle
Billy; well, never mind, we refrain
from repeating what he said.
m m m
The pen is mightier than the sword.
Many of the biggest battles of the
war were fought and won with pen
and ink, and many of the world s bat
ties are still to be fought with these
weapons. Publicity put prohibition in
the constitution. Publicity has also
put potatoes in the cellar, and we hope
and pray it will soon give the citizens
cf this city good electric lights and
soft water.
m m m
Out on the deep blue sea there is a
member of a certain expeditionary
force from somewhere in en
route to his home in this city, all of
which is most simple and expected.
But the unexpected is this: On the in
side of the young man's starboard
pocket in a tiny purple case and rest-

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ious little ring of gold with an oval
flat-topped wreath of laurel leaves
done in green and gold, after the
latest Paris style. The inscription also
cf "the latest" is also in French and
will read, "More than yesterday and
less than tomorrow." The plus sign is j
done in diamonds set in the form of a
cross, and the minus sign is a bar of
small rubies, which is the favorite
stone of a certain very charming lit little
tle little lady. Of course, the future will
tell more, if the Dicky bird's story j
proves true, but this much someone t
knows the rmg is on the way and
before another moon the rest of the
girls will wish they had someone from
overseas to bring or send them as
beautiful a symbolic souvenir, that
spells love and friendship or some something
thing something nice.
m m m
The man who is trying to beat the
sun up every morning, says an ex exchange,
change, exchange, is making a mistake. There
will come a morning when the sun
will get up and he won't.
m m m
"Your Cousin Buck is a mighty
lucky man," said Uncle Billy to his
inquisitive niece. "He has had more
birthdays than any young fellow I
know."
"Oh, you dear little girl!" said the
enthusiastic old maid, "have you a
papa and mama?"
"I should say so," replied the little
beauty spot. "I've had three papas
by my first mama, and two mamas
by my second papa."
m m m
A gentleman in defending his wife's
suit for divorce says she was extrav extravagant.
agant. extravagant. She teed her golf ball on a
valuable watch and let drive.
m m
Some society ladies are works of
art.
m m m
Exemption from mistakes is not the
privilege of mortals, but when our
mistakes are involuntary, we owe
each other every candid consideration,
and the person on discovering his e r-
ror, who acknowledges and corrects
it, is scarcely less entitled to our
esteem than if he had not erred.
m m m
There's no demand for that guy in influenza
fluenza influenza to play a return engagement.
The difference between common grip
and the Spanish kind is that influenza
lets go with both barrels.
m m m
We agree with the poet that "all
things come to those who wait, in including
cluding including unpaid bills and bankruptcy.
"Drummers are the smartest fel fellows
lows fellows in the world," said 'a gentleman
a few days since. "The very best
thing to their credit is that they have
wiped -out the Mason and Dixon line.
The drummer is a public educator, a
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WANTED
The Southeastern Iron & Metal Co.
of Atlanta, Ga., has opened a branch
effice at the corner of Osceola and
South Third streets, near the electric
light plant. We are prepared to pay
th? highest market price for all kinds
of waste material, iron, old automo automobiles
biles automobiles and machinery, rags, rubber and
metals. Write, wire or phone us what
you have. Our trucks will call any anywhere
where anywhere within a radius of ten miles of
Ocala.
Southeastern Iron & Metal Co.,
2l-tf Phone 167.
NOTICE
Of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8, Chapter, 4888,
lair of Florida
Notice is hereby given that D. M.
Waldron, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 90, dated the 2nd day of June, 1913,
has filed said certificate in my office,
and has made application for tax deed
to issue in accordance with law. Jald
certificate embraces the following1 de described
scribed described property situated In Marlon
county, Florida, to-wlt: SwVi of nw
Sec 4 Tp 12 S R 23 C The said land
being assessed at the date of the is issuance
suance issuance of such certificate in the name
of New jSouth F. & H. Co.
Unless said certificate shall be re redeemed
deemed redeemed according- to law, tax deed will
Issue thereon the
5th day of May, A. D. 1919.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 31st day of March, A. D.
119.
(Seal) P. H. NUGCNT.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marlon County.
Florida. 4-1-tuea
" NOTICE
Of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8, Chapter, 4888,
Laws of Florida
Notice Is hereby given that John
Barford, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 444. dated the 5th day of June, 191,
has filed raid certificate in my office,
and has made application for tax deed
to issue in accordance with law. Said
certificate embraces the following de described
scribed described property situated in Marlon
county, Florida, to-wit: Lots 1 to 8 and
H. 15. IS blk 21 Kerr City, Sec 10 Tp
13 S It :i K. The said land being as assessed
sessed assessed at the date of issuance of such
certificate in the name of unknown.
Unless said certificate shall be re redeemed
deemed redeemed according to law, tax deed will
issue thereon the
Sth day of Stay, A. D. 1919.
Witness -my official signature and
JN?al this the 23th day of March A. D.
1919.
(Seal) P. IL NUGENT,
Clerk Circuit 'Court. Marlon County.
Florida. 4-1-tues
NOTICE
Of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8, Chapter 4888,
Lain of Florida
Notice Is hereby given that II. Gat Gat-rell.
rell. Gat-rell. purchaser of tax certificate No.
187. dated the 7th day of June, 1915.
has filed said certificate In my office,
and has made application for tax deed
to Issue In accordance with law. Said
certificate embraces the following de described
scribed described property situated In Marion
county. Florida, to-wlt: EH of nwt
of ieU of Sec 34 Tp 13 S R 20. The
said land toeing assessed at the date
of issuance of such certificate In the
name of J. Kingcade.
Unles said certificate shall be re redeemed
deemed redeemed according to law, tax deed will
issue thereon the
Sth day of Slay, A. D. 1919.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 23th day of Marcbr A. D.
1919.
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT.
Clerk Circuit Court, Marlon County,
Florida. 4-1-tues

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AOTICE
Of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8, Chapter 4888,
JLawa of Florida
Notice is hereby given that W. C
Foster, purchaser of tax certificate
Nos. 851, 868. 1038, dated the 7th day
of June, 1915, has filed said certificate
in my office, and has made application
for tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said certificates embrace
the following described property sit situated
uated situated In Marion county, Florida, to to-wlt:
wlt: to-wlt: Nw and nw4 of seVi and sw V
of Sec 1 Tp 17 6 It 20 V and cU of
Sec 22 Tp 17 S 11 20 12 and ett of Sec
18 Tp 17 S It 25 E. The said land belnsr
assessed at the date of issuance of 5
ning Ia & I. Co.. heirs of Mary Gillli
and unknown, respectively.
Unless said certificate shall be re
deemed according to law, tax deed will
issue thereon the
Sth day of Mar, A. D. 1919.
Witness my official signature ami
seal this the 29th day of March A. 2.
1919.
(Seal) P. IT, NUGENT.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marlon County,
Florida. 4-1-tues
NOTICE
Of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8, Chapter 4888,
Lavra of Florida
Notice Is hereby given that- IL D.
Mathews, purchaser of tax certificate
Nos. 1329 and 1330. dated the 7th day
of June. 1915. has filed said certifi certificates
cates certificates in my office, and has made ap-
nllcatlnn f nr tor A at A tn litna' In
cordance with law. Bald certificates
embrace the following described prc2-
Ida. to-wlt: Com 330 ft s of ne'eor of.
thence w 131 ft s 15 ft e 131 ft n IIS
ft and se4 of seV4 of se4 of 6ec S
Tp 13 S It 24 E. The said land being
assessed at the date of issuance of
such certificate in the name of F. if,
Harp & Co.
Unless said certificate shall be re redeemed
deemed redeemed according to law, tax deed will
issue thereon the
'5th day of May, A. D. 1919.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 29th day of March A, D.
1919.
(Seal) P. IL NUGENT,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marlon County.
Florida. 4-1-tuea
NOTICE
Of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8, Chapter 4888,
Ibarra of Florida
Notice Is hereby given that TV. C
Foster, purchaser of tax certificates
Nos. 355. 450. 657. 730 and 848. dated
the 1st day of June. 1914. has filed said
certificates In my office, and has made
application for tax deed to Issue la ac accordance
cordance accordance with law. ald certificates
embrace the following described prop property
erty property situated In Marion county, Florida,
to-wit: 8.50 chs n and s by 13 chs and
w in sw cor of sei of neVl of &ec If
Tp 14 S R 22 E and w4 of fcec 5 Tp 15
H It 20 E and com 4.96 chs s of nv
cor of ie4 of ne4 of Sec 25 Tp 16 6
It 22 E thence s 550 chs s 40 deg e 10.51
8.S0 chs and sw4 of neU and or.
nw4 ex 4 chs e and w on e side and
nw4 of sei and nH of nwU of sw4
of Sec 1 Tp 16 S It 24 E and s of
of iw4 of swU of Sec 33 Tp 17 ii
It 22 E. The said land being assessed
at the date of such certificate In the
name of Julia Green. A. T. Williams.
Tos. Parker. A. M. Iligglns Eat. and
Fla. NatL Land Co.
Unless said certificate shall be r-
uecmeu accoraing to law, tax deed win
issue thereon the
Sth' day of May, A. D. 191.
Witness my official signature and
fal this the 29th day of March A, D.
1919.
(Seal) p. IL NUGENT.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marlon County,
Florida. 4-1-tnea
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OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any society items,
)Iease phone One-Two-One (121).
Mrs. Kate Brinkley, who left Fri Frilly
lly Frilly on a short visit to her small sons
at Dowling Park, returned home yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon.
Miss Louise Bouvier went to Mc

intosh yesterday to be present at the;

marriage of her friend. Miss Helen
McRae, which will take place to tonight.
night. tonight. Combination shower bath massage
and shampoo brushes at the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 6t
Among the visitors in the city yes yesterday
terday yesterday to bear the Scotch Highlanders
band were Mr. and Mrs. Beck, Miss
Mabel Beck and Mr. Gary Beck of
Fellowship.
Little Margaret Ann, infant daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Walkley,
who has been so sick but was consid considerable
erable considerable better, we are sorry to report,
has had a relapse and i& again very
ill.

Large supply of Velvet Beans and
Chufas now on hand. The Ocala
Seed Store. 7-11-19

Rev. Smith Hardin and Mr. Alfred
Green have returned from a pleasant
and profitable visit to the reconstruc reconstruction
tion reconstruction school at Blue Ridge, N. C. They
brought with them a set of resolu resolutions
tions resolutions passed by the school, which we
will publish tomorrow.
Mrs. Robert Markley of Clearwa Clearwater
ter Clearwater and Mrs. J. M. Jackson of Miami,
have returned to their respective
homes after a brief stay in Ocala.
They were in the city especially to
visit their mother, Mrs. J. M. Barco,
who is ill at the Marion County Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. ,'
Mr. Brantley Weathers, who has
been spending the week with his par

ents in the city, has left for New
York, where he will resume his law
practice in the office of his brother,
which he left to enter the army and
where he served until receiving his
discharge a few weeks ago.
Of interest to the many friends in
Ocala of Miss Ruth Ley will be the
news of her marriage to Mr. Edward
Dowd Cooper, which occurred Friday
evening in Tampa at the home of the
bride's sister, Mrs. T. F. Alexander.
Only immediate relatives were pres present,
ent, present, a quiet wedding being necessary
on account of the ill health of the
bride's mother. Mrs. Cooper is the
youngest daughter of the late Rev.
John B. Ley and Mrs. Ley. Mr. Coop Cooper
er Cooper is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Cooper.
Dr. Cooper is pastor of the First. Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church of Tampa and he per performed
formed performed the ceremony which made his
son and his old friend's daughter man
and wife. The young couple will
spend a two weeks' honeymoon in Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, after which they will make
their home in Tampa.
Just received, a car of nice No. 1
cypress shingles. Welch-Todd Lumber
Company. 19-3t

Dr. L. F. Metzger of Roncerverte,
West, Va., and Dr. E. H. Atkinson of
Saylersville, Ky., are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. C. P. Howell at their home,
Rock Hall. These gentlemen are lead leading
ing leading dentists in their respective
states and are here looking for a lo location
cation location with the view of moving their
families to Florida permanently. We
hope that they may be so impressed
with our city that hey will locate
here.

BRIGHT BITS

(Concluded from Second Page)

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Leigh have as
their guests, Mr. Leigh's sister, Mrs.
Coleman B. Jones and little daughter,
Margaret of Memphis, Tenn. The
many friends of Mrs. Jones are de delighted
lighted delighted to renew their acquaintance
with her, which they made when she
visited here before her marriage as
Miss Ellen Leigh.
Knickerbocker bath spray brushes,
at the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 6t

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plant and it runs direct to any

door with every street and every
road its own right of way. And
a railroad for only $1085 (chassis).
It will pay back its cost in 12
months' time, and you can buy
it for a portion of its cost down
and the balance in monthly pay pay-ments.
ments. pay-ments. It's a big truck with 10 -foot
loading space, worm drive, the
boasted feature of $5000 trucks,
electric lights and generator, and
it weighs only 2400 pounds.
Pays its way from day to day.

More milts fcrgaUtn
Aftrt miles 0H tirts

E. CARROLL, DEALER. OCALA, FLA

disseminator of new iedas, an incu- j
bator of tolerance for the opinion of;
others. He binds the people of the
North and South, the East and West,!
together with the golden chain of j
commerce. He carries into the conn-'
try the polish of the city and into the
city the vigor of the country. In fact, 1
my honest belief is that the world

could better spare the ministers for a:
thousand years than the drummers!
for one day. Faith does not work
work without deeds. He is an unbound

volume of Moses and Solomon both
a doer and a builder."
Character is moulded at the moth mother's
er's mother's knee and in the light of her lov loving
ing loving eyes is born that ambition which
buoys man up when he is in a sea of
troubles. It is that which drives him
on through dangers and difficulties,
straight to the shining goal.
There are persons, nreachers and

teachers, who have failed to keep1
pace with the procession of this old,
world. They seem not to realize that

even religion, like all else called into1

being by the Creator, must be pro progressive.
gressive. progressive. Poor pretorists with their
faces to the past, they would repace
every step in the path of human pro progress
gress progress and across the sunlight of the
noon cast the shadows of the night.
.
"Simplicity and purity are two
wings by which men are lifted above
all earthly things' writes an old
maid. "If a man is ever 'lifted' above
anything, it's when he is jerked up by
the bootstraps," said the Irish reader.
"Love," says Uncle Billy, "is the
shadow of the morning which de decreases
creases decreases .as the day advances, and

friendship is the shadow of the eve-.

umg which uiv.icaacs wiui iuc sckuugi

of the sun." Uunt Billy sure has got
wheels in his head or spring fever.
Aunt Mary better come home.

Piety communicates a divine luster
to the feminine mind. Wit and beau-;
ty, like. the flowers of the field, ciay
flourish and charm for a season, but
like the fragrant blossoms that bloom
in the air, these gifts are fading. Age
soon nips the bloom of beauty sick sickness
ness sickness and sorrow will stop the current
of wit and humor, but in that gloomy,
time appointed for all, piety will sup- j

port the drooping soul like the re refreshing
freshing refreshing dews upon the parched earth.
(Shucks, we want a coca-cola.)
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Love languishes in the soft twilight
and breathes the sweet beauty of a
moonlight vision, yet it is always sub subject
ject subject to the operation of time or the
operation of opportunity, and suffers
change and diminution. Generosity
sorrows as much for the overmatched
as piety herself does.
There's something in names. We
have the address of Mr. June Flowers;
Clarksburg, West Va.
It certainly is funny how in the
spring of the year it is so easy for a
fellow to choke on a fish bone and at
the same time swallow a big fish
story.
A little bride tells us that she loves
her husband as the heroine in the
novel loves the hero. Than which
there is no greater love.
A certain young man who proposes
in vain to nearly every new girl that
comes to the city," says there is not
much difference in them, but a lot of
indifference.
Over the foaming breakers of an ice
cream soda, little Dan Cupid was al almost
most almost lost in the thaw when the young
man murmured, "Here's to we two
and love, thank God."
For two months this department
has endeavored to entertain. It has
printed within its columns (you will
pardon seeming egotism) short squib
truths that we bet a gingercake have
been skipped in the reading even by
the professedly pious, to dwell upon
the fragrant fabrications, original
and otherwise, that have been handled
by its editor. Of course, no depart department
ment department of a newspaper is established
for the express purpose of reforming
a community or a world, but rather to
print what a large number of people
in a particular community want to
read and are willing to pay for. A
newspaper is simply a mirror in which
a community sees itself, not as it
should be, but actually is. It is not
the mother but the daughter of pub public
lic public opinion. Editors know the mental
pabulum their people crave and they
are no more in the business for their
health than is the merchant. We have
endeavored to please and in every way
make our department of interest to
everyone, just after the manner
meant, pure and simple sunshine. But
the column must close, as all other
good things in their time have to do,
and reluctantly and affectionately we
bid each and all good-night.

Just Arrived

Phoenix Hosiery

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Does the car looR old and rusty? Paint I
Does the house look worn and faded? :
Paint it! :

Do the walls and furniture look dull ? :
Paint them!
Devoe's paint and varnish will not only :
preserve these things but will help
your feelings to have things bright :
and shining. Come and see us and :
talk the job over. We can help you. j
Our Paint Goes Farther, Costs Less j
and Lasts Longer. j

STRAY MULES TAKEN UP

Taken up at my place April 13th,

between Summerfield and Belleview,

one gray horse mule, one gray mare
mule; one recently clipped. Owner can

have same by proving property, pay

ing expenses of feed, advertising etc

E. M. Smith, Summerfield, Fla. 21-5t

W. K. Lane, M. D, Physician and

Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and

Throat. Lav Library Building, Ocala,

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OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1919

THIRTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN THE BUSINESS.
J. W. HUNTES
GUN AND LOCKSMITH
GUNS, REVOLVERS, PISTOLS, LOCKS, LAWN MOWERS, UM UMBRELLAS,
BRELLAS, UMBRELLAS, ETC., REPAIRED.
SAWS AND SCISSORS
We Buy and Sell All Kinds of Second Hand Articles. Only Ex Exclusive
clusive Exclusive Second Hand Store in Town.
301 SOUTH MAIN ST.

LATEST LOCALS

TEMPLE ATTRACTIONS
FOR THE WEEK

TO THE MOTORIST
We wish to invite your attention to the splendid value contained
in our Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup Tires. Admitting the fact that it
is always economy to use the best, let's figure mileage cost of Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania Tires and other standard makes:
Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup, 30 x 3 V2, $26.00.. Mileage guarantee
7500 miles. Cost per 1000 miles,$3.46.
Other standard makes, 30 x 3J2, $23.00 average Mileage guar guar-antee
antee guar-antee 3500 miles. Cost per 1000 miles, $6.57.
Other sizes at proportionate prices.
A LT MA N-G H ARLES CO

TOTE WINDS

Jacksonville, Florida

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In the heart of the city with Hemminf? Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is

second to none.

RATES From $1.50 per dy per person to $6.

ROBERT M. MEYER,
- Manager.

J. KAVANAUGH,
Proprietor.

Steel Split Pulleys
You can have them de delivered
livered delivered immediately from
our stock.
You know what it means to
have men and machinery idle
waiting for the repair or leplace leplace-ment
ment leplace-ment of a pulley.
Get an Oneida. Put it on your

shaft and torget it. It wont need repairs or replacement.

DON'T wait until you are injur injured
ed injured or sick to ask for an Acci Accident
dent Accident and Health Policy. CALL
A DOCTOR THEN.
.
DONT wait until you are on your
death. bed to ask for Life Insur Insurance.
ance. Insurance. CALL AN UNDERTAK UNDERTAKER
ER UNDERTAKER THEN.
DONT wait until your house
catches fire to ask for Fire" In Insurance.
surance. Insurance. CALL THE FIRE DE DEPARTMENT
PARTMENT DEPARTMENT THEN.
: CALL
L. T. IZLAR, GARY BLOCK
. NOW
DONT WAIT. DO IT NOW.
OBEY THAT IMPULSE

VERY DAdGERQUS

SALT FISI

DIRECT FROM OUR FISHING
- BOATS TO YOU!

Delicious fresh caught Dry
Salt Fish direct to the consumer
by prepaid parcel post or express
15 lbs. for $2.00
Special price on barrel lots
THE ST. GEORGE
PACKING CO.
St. George on the Gulf
Apalachiccla, Florida

i They Give You Malaria, But Williams

No. 101 Tonic Takes It Away

Billions of mosquitoes will come

this spring from the low, marshy
piaces which were watered by the tor

rential rains in March. Fifty years

ago these pesky "varmints" were

looked upon as a nuisance only. Bu

in recent years scientists have found

that they transmit malaria and that

it is transmitted in no other way,

Williams' No. 101 Tonic is a recogniz recognized
ed recognized specific for treating malaria and
is being used extensively and suc successfully
cessfully successfully in the malarial sections. It
contains quinine, which is deadly to
the malarial germ; also iron, which
strengthens and invigorates the body,

and magnesia, which keeps the bowels
regular and healthy. It is a good

general, tonic and a bottle of it should

be in every home in a malarial dis

trict. Get a bottle from your druggist.
Refuse to accept any substitute. There
is no other medicine like it. Adv.

rMver&'MacKay

UNDERTAKERS and ERIBALMERS
PHONES 47." 104. 305
OCALA, FLORf DA
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and .Better
Work for the IVIoney than any other
contractor In the city.

Films for ail makes of roll cam cameras
eras cameras at the Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. 6t

half

With

DO YOU KNOW:

N-r-5-. The leakage nf nerve

jSSfl thru defective eyes is

xespuiisiuie xor one
the human ills ?
Dr. K. J. Weihe..
Eyesight Specialist

Graduate Optometrist
Weihe Co., Jewelers. Ocala, Fla.

Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hall are spend spending
ing spending the week in Atlanta.

Mr. J. T. Perry the Citra tie con

tractor, was among the business visi visitors
tors visitors in the city yesterday.

Mr. C. C. Priest Jr., of Anthony,

was among the Star's pleasant call callers
ers callers today.

Mullet and sea trout received fresh

every day at the Delicatessen Market,
opposite fire station. 22-5t

During the absence of Mrs. H. M.

Hampton in Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. Ed

Morgan and baby are staying at the

Hampton home.

Mr. Leslie Anderson arrived in

Ocala Saturday to spend a few days

at the home of his parents, Mr. and

Mrs. R. L. Anderson.

''Large supply of Velvet Beans and

Chufas now on hand. The Ocala
Seed Store. 7-11-19

Lieut. Earl Hurlbert, who has been

the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Christian
Ax, has returned to his duties aboard
the battleship Virginia.

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Richards and

family, who have been occupying Dr.
D. M. Smith's home for the winter,

expect to return to their home in Ken

tucky, about the middle of May.

Among those from Lake Weir who

were in Ocala yesterday,, were Mr.

and Mrs. Lee of Eastlake, Mr. and

Mrs. Earl Lytle and Miss Juanita

Lytle of Stanton.

The Auto Sales Company yesterday

unloaded a car of Dodge touring cars,
and three of them have been sold, to

Dr. R. D. Ferguson, Reddick; J. E.

Darby, Sumner, -and the Aetna Ex Explosives
plosives Explosives Company, Gainesville.

Mr. J. S. Pearson is expected to ar

rive next week from Camden, S. C,

where he has been laying out ajrolf
course. Mr. Pearson will be at the

home of Mrs. Charles Marshall for

several weeks.

Mr. Geo. W. Cleveland, who has

been busy the last year in the great
DuPont powder plant near Jackson,
Tenn., is home again. Mr. Cleveland
looks ten years younger than when
he went away.

Mullet and sea trout received fresh

each day at the Delicatessen Market,

opposite fire station. 22-5t

Mr. Arthur Williams of Murdock
arrived in Ocala Saturday and has

joined his wife and two small daugh daughters
ters daughters at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G

T Maughs.

When you bring your care to us for
repair you pay only for the time of an
experienced man (and not for experi experimenting.)
menting.) experimenting.) Tl is means dollars to you.
Ocala Iron Works Garage. Phone 4. 6t
! Of interest to the many Ocala
friends of Miss Helen McRae of Mc Mcintosh
intosh Mcintosh will be the news of her mar marriage
riage marriage to Mr. Ira Heckman of Rich Rich-burg,
burg, Rich-burg, S. C, which will take place this
evening at Mcintosh. Several of the
friends of the bride from Ocala went
to be present at the wedding, among
them Miss Louise Booe.

'We are the authorized repair shop

for six cars. "There's a reason." Ask
the dealers. Ocala Iron Works

Garage. Phone 4.- 22-6t

The ordinance of baptism will be
administered at the First Baptist

church .on Wednesday night. Rev.

Wm. H. Wrighton will give a Bible

reading on "The Deity of Christ."

Jake's is becoming quite a gallery.
Numerous photographs of fishermen
with their trophies adorn his show
windows. Jake says unimpeachable
testimony can be produced to prove
that every one of the catches was

made with his unmatchable tackle. He
is so enthusiastic about the quality of
his line of sporting goods that he now
has a plan on foot to give away $25

worth of it.

You pay for service not for exper experiments
iments experiments when you bring your car to

us for repairs Ocala Iron Works

Garage. Phone 4. 22-6t

The ladies of the Altar Guild of

Grace Episcopal church will hold a

silver tea at the residence 01 Mrs.
George Pasteur on Fort King avenue
Thursday afternoon. During the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon there will be on sale home homemade
made homemade cake and candies. There will
also be music and Mr. Lester Lucas
will sing. All friends are invited and
a delightful afternoon is anticipated.
Peptona is sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Store at one dollar per bottle, tf

Today Alice Brady in "Marie Ltd."
Pathe News.
Wednesday: George Walsh in "Luck
and Pluck."
Thursday: Annette Kellerman in
"A Submarine Fantasie."

Mrs. Newcomb Barco and children
and Mrs. A. W. Woodward and son
James, of Cotton Plant, motored in
Monday afternoon to enjoy the band
concerts.

Our workmen are all experienced in
automobile work, whether it is engine,
transmission or electrical trouble.
You are not charged for "experiment "experimenting."
ing." "experimenting." Ocala Iron Works Garage. 22-6t
Peptona. tf

Mjss Fanniebelle Nelson of Oxford
has taken a position with the Book
Shop. Miss Nelson was in the city a
few months ago, holding a situation in
Gerig's news stand, but had to return
home on account of the illness of rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Her friends are glad to see her
again in Ocala.
A complete line all sizes of the
famous Seneca cameras. At the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 6t

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FUNERAL DIRECTORS and ET.IO ALGIERS
AUTOL10BILE SERVICE
No charge for delivery of caskets anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SA31 R. PYLES,
Licensed Embalmers
Office Phono 10 Night Phono 225 or 424

GLAD T0JESTIFY
Says Watoga Lady, "At To Wfcat

Cardui Has Done For Lie, So

As To Help OthersJ

Watoga, W. Va Mrs. S. W. Gladwell,
of this town, says: "When about 15 years
of age, I suffered greatly '. . Sometimes
would go a month or two, and I had
terrible headache, backache, and bearing bearing-down
down bearing-down pains, and vou!d just drag and
had no appetite, fhen ... it would last
. two weeks, and was so weakening,
and my health was awful.
My mother bought me a bottle of
Cardui, and 1 began to improve after
taking the first bottle, so kept it up till I
-took three ... I gained, and was well
and strocrr, and 1 owe it all to Cardui.
I am married now and have 3 children
A Have never had to have a doctor for
female trouble, and just resort to Cardui
iI need a tonic. I am glad to testify to
what it has done for me, so as to help
others."

If you are nervous or weak, have head headache?,
ache?, headache?, backaches, cr 3ny cf the ether
ailments so common to women, why not
give Cardui a' trial? Recommended by
many physicians. In use over 40 years.
' Begin taking Cardui today. It may
be the very medicine you need.
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NOTICE of ANIMALS IMPOUNDED

To Whom it May Concern:

This is to certify; that I have this
day placed in the city pound the fol following
lowing following described animals, which have
been found runnincr at large within

the corporate limits of the city of
x a. m

ucaia, contrary to we ordinances ox
said city: ; n

One red spotted sow, crop and two

splits one ear, crop and underbit

other.

, The owners thereof or .their agents,

hereby notified that if the animals are
hereby notified that if the animal is
not claimed and all expenses of tak taking
ing taking and impounding thereof are not
raid- within three davs from date

Hereof, to-wit: On the 25th day of

April, 1919, I will sell the same to

the highest and best bidder, said sale
to take place between the hours of 11
a. m. and 3 p. m. on said day at the

city pound in Ocala, Florida.
S. C. M. Thomas,
Marshal City of Ocala.
C. A. Hollo way. Impounder. It

EAT AT THE
GREEK-AMERiCAII CAFE :
A la CARTE SERVICE I
i Everything in the Market

Best Home Cooking ;
Quick Service

C Jeffers

H. D. Baxter

Phone 272

114 S. Magnolia St., Next to-

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RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar-
. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Arrive
1:50 am.
3:26 pin.
5:10 p.m

ASK
- F. W. DITTO
Local Agent for the
PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO.
About the new Life Policies now
being written by this grand old
company.
F. W. DITTO, OCALA, FLA.

Clarkson Hardware Store.

Leave
2:50 am. J'cksonvllle-NewYork
1:56 pm. Jacksonville
4:07 pm. Jacksonville

S Tampa
Manatee C 2:50 am.
St. Petersburg )
3:26 pm. Tampa-Manatee 1:41pm.
5:10 pm. Tampa-St. Petersburg: 4:07 pm.
ati mnc toast iinf n atii? nm

Leave Arrive I

2:32 pmi JcksonTllle-New York 3:15 am.
2:20 pm) J'ksoiiTllle-G'IneavIlle 3:35 pro.
6:42 am. J'ksonville-G'nesville 10:13 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pefabrgr-Lakeland 2:12 am.
3:35 pm. St. Pet'sbrg--Lakeland 2:00 pm.
7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wilcox
7.40 am. Du'nellon-L.'keland 11:03 pm.
3:25 pm. Homosaasa 1:45 pm.

10:13 pm.' Leeafourg: - 6:42 am.
4:45 pm.' "."- Gateeynie; v 11:50 am;
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

Ocala Painting
And Trimming Shop
Pain tin a,
Trimming,
Graining,
Varnishing and
Upholstering.

Automobile Painting
A Specialty

PENDER & CONDREY
Carxmchael Bldg, N. Magnolia St.

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Quale Ik Service

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Resist the mental auggestion to curtail your regular taking of ice
until "the weather turns warm again." Your refrigerator is going
nicely now; it is well chilled and it is doinjr full duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it may sulk on you all the
remainder of the season.
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