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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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EVENING

0
Weather Forecast: Local showers
nd thunder storms, probably tonight
and Tuesday.
OGALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY,!!, AUGUST 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 199

I
V

SHOWING SIGNS
OF BETTER SENSE

Entente Allies Display a Willingness
to Let the Rumanians
Alone
t Aadciated Press)
Paris, Aug. 11. The peace confer conference
ence conference is changing its attitude toward
the Rumanian army in Budapest. The
conference is not disposed to ask the
Rumanian army to leave the city de despite
spite despite the fact that the inter-aliied
council asked the Rumanians .not to
enter.
Rumanians Keep the Boat from Rock-
ii.g
Paris, Aug. ll. lhe pease council
is indignant over the seizure of sup supplies
plies supplies by the Rumanians, but feels it
is for them to remain in Budapest to
steady the sitaution.
PALMER REAPPOINTS COUNTY
FOOD ADMINISTRATORS
' A.30ciate4 Press)
Washington, Aug. li. Attorney Attorney-Geenra'l
Geenra'l Attorney-Geenra'l Palmer has started out to as ascertain
certain ascertain how much of the high cost of
living ;s due to excessive profits by
retafleis.
In a telegram to all state food ad administrators
ministrators administrators who worked with Ad Administrator
ministrator Administrator Hoover during the war,
the attorney-general requested the
appointment of a fair price commit committee
tee committee in each county to investigate
what is being charged for retail ne necessities
cessities necessities and if an excess of what the
committee considers just, to publish a
list of fair prices for the guidance of
the public.
This action of the attorney-general
probably puts Mr. Clarence Camp
back on the job. He made an excel excellent
lent excellent county food administrator during
the war, and has not forgotten any
of his duties.
OTTOMANS CONTINUE
THEIR ATROCITIES
' (Associated Pres3)
Saloniki, Aug. 11.A number of
Greek peasants are reported to have
been killed by Turkish gendarmes and
bandits at the village of Thanto, ac according
cording according to Athens advices. The; Greeks
are said to have refused to surrender.
French troops saved Kerment, an another
other another Greek vilalge, from attack.
ARCHDUKE JOSEPH ASKS
RECOGNITION OF ALLIES
(Associated !'res3)
Berne, Aug. 11 Archduke Joseph's
telegram to Prtnuer Clemenceau ask asking
ing asking recognition of the new Hungarian
government, has been submitted to
the inter-allied council.
RACE RIOT IN JAMAICA
tAssociated Presar
Panama, Aug. 11 A race riot is
reported to have occurred at King Kingston,
ston, Kingston, Jamaica, July 13th, but was
suppressed by.West Indian troops and
fifty marines. With; machine guns.
There was no." bentipn' of casualties:
ATLANTA IS PBDURATE
(Associated Press)
Atlanta, Aug. 11.' After an all-day
session during which appeals were
made to them by grand lodge officers
to order all strikers to return to
work, members of the Atlanta district
council, Federated Railway, Shopmen,
las night announced that they had
reached a decision to continue the
1 strike here until the original demands
were met.
CITRA
Citra, Aug. 10. Captain Black
shear was a most welcome visitor
here for a few days this week.
Dr. Carpenter of St. Petersburg
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Driver
last week.
Miss Susie Ervin and Mr. Carlton
Ervin spent last Friday with their
cousin, Miss Erasma Ervin.
Mr. Middiethon and family have
moved to Virginia, Citra people re
gret very much to lose this estimable
family.
Mr. Quilian has gone to Georgia tu
take a position.
Mr. John Wyckoff has just return
ed from France. John was the lase
one of, our boys to return home and
his many friends are glad to see him
back.
Mr. and Mrs. Hampton have re
turned to their home at Fordyce, Ark.
Miss M. Byrd Wartmann of Ocala
is visiting at the home of Mrs. All
son Wartmann.
Miss Dorothy Driver returned last
night from a visit to Miss Gladney at
Hastings.
Miss Etta Burleson has returned
from Tallahassee. She and Miss
Kathryn Wyckoff will leave Thursday
for Okeechobee City to teach m tne
high school.
-
t W. H. Lane, M. B., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala.
Florida. tz

CUT OFF THE COMMUTERS

Shopmen's Strike Keeps Thousands of
New Yorkers from Their Places
of Business
Associated jficis
New York, Aug. 11. Thouiandi of
commuters were affected when twen-
Jty-five trains on the New York, New
Haven and Hartford railroad were
discontinued on account of the shop shopmen's
men's shopmen's strike.
ANDRfcAY CARNEGIE
Iron
Masitr, Multi-Miiiionaire
Philanthropist, is Dead
ai;d
iAssociated Press
Lenox, Mass., Aug. 11. Andrew Andrew-Carnegie
Carnegie Andrew-Carnegie died this morning. Bronchial
pneumonia was the cause of his death.
Mr. Carnegie was ill for three days.
His wife and secretary were with him
at the end.
His Passing Was
Mr. Carnegie's death
den his daughter, Mrs.
Sudden
was so sud-F-oswell
Mii-
ler, was unable co get to his bedside.
Mr. Carnegie Had been spending the
summer at shadow Brook, enjoying j
daily fishing trips on .Lake riahksen riahksen-ac,
ac, riahksen-ac, bordering his estate, and in riding
about the grounds. He intended to
spend his declining days at his coun
try borne, lie leaves a w idow, who
was Louise Whiteiieid of New lork,
A-.,U -, tV -.17-:f0 f TTnclsm i
Boswell Miller of New l orK.
His Home City Mourns Him
Pittsburg, Aug. 11. This city,
where Mr. Carnegie laid the founda foundation
tion foundation for the vast fortune he made in
the steel cusmess. mourns the nnan-
cier's death. Won: has been suspend-
ea at the steel mms ana puciic ouu-a-;
ings are draped in mourning.
PRINCE CF WALES WALES-HAS
HAS WALES-HAS CROSSED THE POND
Associated Press)
!
St. Johns, N. F., Aug.
'11. The
British battiesnip Kenown, Dr.nviiig
... i i-k i 1 Z

the Prince of Wales, has been sighted ( eftoit iU lhe war nd her amb;tion3
entering Conception Bay. jfcr the futur3. Particular stress was
; z r--TTr J ci by the premier en Italy's desire
TTRr GILLETTE c LrX iUl;Er ; fGr cj0se ecoribriiio relation with the
i United States. He declared that Italy
. The lecture to .women Saturday aft- was ripe for exploitation bv Ameri Ameri-ernoon
ernoon Ameri-ernoon by Dr. W. II. Gdlette of the

'bureau of venereal diseases of the
State Board of Health and the United!
States Public Health Service, was not I
as well attended as the importance of j
the subject would seem to demand.

Dr. Uiliette opened n.s lecture o ,hag left Minsk to undertake a new of.
saying that this is the greatest living j fc.nsive against the bolsheviki, accord accord-evil,
evil, accord-evil, and that the best way to combat jmj? to a Warsaw dispatch,
it is to uncover it., and the State

Eoard of Health is making an exten-;ONE

sive campaign in tins much neeaea
wealth measure.
Dr. Gillette gave startling statistics
concerning the effects of these dis diseases,
eases, diseases, and made a point of the ease
in which they communicated, sound
ing a note of warning to mothers in
selecting nurse girls for their babies,
making the assertion that eighty-five
per' cent of nurse girls are-- afflicted
in this manner. .. He also crted .- the
danger of contracting disease through
sending laundry to wasnerwomep
whose manner of.. living .they knew
nothing of.
He spoke of the importance of par-1
ents having the confidence of their
children -at all times, and of early in
structing them in -the home upon the
essentials of life.
The picture "Fit to Fight," was not
pleasant to look at, but no ugly truth
is pleasant to look at, and should not
be shinned on that account, and the
picture brought heme facts that prob
ably would not he realized m any
other manner, some of the scenes be-
ins specially illuminating to the la
dies present.
Dr. Gillette's lecture to men Sun
day afternoon was more largely at
tended than the one the day before.
He gave his hearers much valuable
information, ,and his visit has been
decidedly useful to Ocala,
SAVING REMEDIES
and to. save" is the remedv for the in-
creasing cost cf "living pcincd out by
the federal reserve beard. j
In reply to an inquiry from the
Senate banking committee asking if
it was advisable tc attempt contrac contraction
tion contraction of currency by legislation in the
hope of reducing prices.
Governor Hardee wrote Chairman
McLean that the growth in the vol volume
ume volume of circulated notes was the effect
and not the cause of advancing wages
and prices and that the war period
of finance would net be over until
government obligations now carried
by the banks were absorbed through
the actual saving of the people.
Strong censure of strikes and ex extravagance
travagance extravagance was implied in Governor
Hardee's letter which, however., did
not undertake to blame any one set
tion of the population, but referred to
the nation as a whole, especially to
the relaxation of economy practiced
during the war and the purchase now
of non-essential articles by persons
dawing large incomes for the first
time.

OBSERVING THE
PRESIDENT'S ADVICE

Congress Has Begun Work on Legis Legislation
lation Legislation Calculated to Reduce
Excessive Cost
Associated Pressi
Washington. Aug. li. Congress
began work today on legislation rec recommended
ommended recommended by President Wilson in his
message and department of justice in investigators
vestigators investigators have conferred with dis district
trict district attorneys throughout the coun country,
try, country, seeking evidence against profi profiteers.
teers. profiteers. Fair price committees of war wartime
time wartime have been organized and they
wiii publish price lists in all commu communities.
nities. communities. Asks that Matters be Equalized
Lewis Haney, representing the
Southern Wholesale Grocers Associa Association,
tion, Association, told the House committee today
that the meat packers through their
iefrigeratcr car service had a great
advantage over ether dealers. He
asked for the elimination cf discrimi discrimination
nation discrimination jagainst the grocers.
President Won't I et Senate Have
the Papers
President Wilson wrote Senator
Lodge it would not be possible to com comply
ply comply with the Senate foreign relation
committee's requezt for the docu documents
ments documents used by the American peace
commissioners at Paris.
.
BASlLi Rfc.1 LRNiaG To A
COMMGN SENSE BASIS
t Associai
Basel, Aug. 11 Hungarian commu-
: nist measures ctclishing private
i a rsv.ctarsest a;s-
.ten.
i ITALY NEED" I
TIT IN DC- ill P
OP AMERICA
i
( A.-sucia;
Rome, Aug. 11
-Fianciscc Nitti,
the Italian premie i
in an interview
;vp,tPT(i,v ,lpalt ar l?ricrth with Italv's
POLES AFTER BOLS
(Associated Press)
Easel, Aug. 11. A Polish
army
SXRIke THAT GIVES
THE NATION NO WORRY
(Associated Press)
New York, Aug. 11. Musicians and
stage hands may join the actors'
strike. Few playhouses in New York
are open.
STOCKYARDS STRIKERS
RETURNED TO WOgK
(Associated Press).
Chicago; Aug. 11. The stockyards
strikers returned to work after the
last of the' police guard was with withdrawn.
drawn. withdrawn. Labor ornciais declared they
wiii continue their efforts to organize
the industry.
STRIKERS ARE STUCK
Probable that AH Will Soon be Back
at Their Posts
( AssociS-tcd-JPress)
Washington, Aug. 11. Reports to
. -. T T a
tne ranroaa administration toaay in
dicated the strike situation normal
est 'of Chicago and in the south. In
New England many men are reported
still out. Voting is expected soon on
the official strike ballot.
Mrs. E. G. Peek and two Children
departed yesterday to spsnd the re
mainder of the summer at Henderson
viiie. N. C.
r. and Mrs. Raiford Simmons,
j Mrs- Levereet r utch and baby and
Mrs. Paul Simmons and little daugh
ter returned to Ocala Saturday from
a pleasant outine at Daytona Beach.
Mr. J. H. Holcomb arrived in Ocala
last night from Jacksonville, joining
Mrs. Hcicomb. who has been the guest
cf Mrs. W. A. Barrett the past week.
Mr. and, Mrs. W. T. Gary and chil-
i.b-n arrived last night from Daytona
They will spend a week in Ocala, re
turning to Daytona, where they have
an apartment for the balance cf the
rummer season.
C. W. DEAS
306 North Magnolia Street
Fresh Water fish for sale Wednes
days, Thursdays, Fridays and Satur
days of each Week. Mullet and Bottom
Fish fresh every day. S-Ct
Get ready your fall garden. We

have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf

ENGINEER IS HERE
TO SURVEY PLAZA

Start is Made Looking to Beaut ifi ca cation
tion cation of Union Station Approach
Mr. Floyd Palmer, engineer for the
Seaboard Air Line railroad, began a
survey this morning of the union sta
tion plaza, looking to the beautifica

tion of this approach to the city. Mr.'didn,t say m hls first one- ls was
Palmer got in touch with the secre- bad policy. A wise man said, A worn worn-tary
tary worn-tary of the Board of Trade and a an who explains is lost, and he might
conference with the civic committee have added, "most men also. When
and with Alderman Thomas, council- ou write or say anything, you must
man in charge cf streets, was arrang- expect people to believe what you
ed. write or say, not what you mean. This
Mr. Palmer will make a survey to the rule the world over. When you
determine what will have to be done trF to explain, people think you have
tc grade the plaza and provide for found out what yu first sad uldn t
drainage. In a general way the beau- do, and are trying to profit by the
tification of the plaza will take the experience.
form of a central plot surrounded by The trouble with Mr. Thomas and
driveways. The central plot will have Mr. Goldman in regard to the Ocaia
a cement curbing around it, and will House seems to have been that they
ie filled in with good soil so that a thought that because Judge Bullock
i-.vn cr fiower beds may be laid out said that $100,000 was too high a
in it. .The drives on eitksr side of valuation for the Ocala House, they
the central plot wiii have a width cf must therefore come down to what
not iess than forty feet, with a width the owners of said Ocala House were
cf not iess than one hundred feet near willing to pay. It is hardly necessary
the station. It is thought that a low to say that Judge Bullock laid no such
retaining wall of concrete or brick obligation on the council. If the coun coun-wili
wili coun-wili have to be constructed along the cii had made a new valuation and as as-fence
fence as-fence on the south side of the plaza, sessed the Qcala House at $75,000, he
to retain the nil that will be neces- would have had nothing to say unless
sary. The drain wiii be toward the the case was brought before him
center of the piaza and the water will again.
be pip3d off. Likewise, Messrs. ,Thomas and
The detail la-out cf lawn, flowers, Goldman seem to have been obsessed
shrubs nd trees will be made after with the idea that Mr. Osborne intend intend-ths
ths intend-ths pica.; is traded and drained. 1 cd to vote with them on the valuation,

WA CAHOOTA
Wr.c -.he eta. Aurr. 7. Quite a nuzn-
ci xiicnas gaincrcd at the home!
ivir.

r.d Mrs. Lute Howell last .: eduction. It would have been wrong,;
evening and enjoyed a little; the peop'.e would have resented it,
;tii II 'S. when thev went in'mwl flip Star wnuld have expressed

llTiSCtV
!a bc-jj tc aha horn; cf Mr end Mrs.
;'..v. x- i.rcvr.?, v.ncr they gave -Mr. i

.icon an cia tashioncd.it until discontentment had been voic
i:, iiov, ;haie3, r-l'-. ua to us by many citizens, come well-

jitravl. t

v.'jiijtlcs and bans were all ircine atltn.r. nA ;nm noor. and fverv dav

oi.ee. Mid. Kobins invited the crowd
into thrt house and served berry juice,
cai.tr ai.d ice cream.
Scvei-ai families met on the shore
ci Mccic's pend Wednesday after afternoon
noon afternoon ar.d enjoyed fishing and boating.
Later in the evening supper was cook cooked
ed cooked and all enjoyed the fish and other
tmpthitf viands the lunch baskets
k t
contained.
Mrs. Elvin Bruton entertained the
Central fancy work club and Mrs.
Simmons Moon, as guets of honor, at
a delightful porch party Thursday
afternoon, lhe porch was made very
attractive with rues, comfortable
rockers and swings, while two tables
covered with hand-made centerpieces
held jardinieres of pink roses and
fragrant white spider lilies. Mrs.
Bruton received the guests at the
front door. She was dressed in a
charming white marquisette dress,
with pink sash. At the conclusion of
the fancy work hour, caramel cake
and ice cream were served by Mrs.
Bruton and Mrs. Howell. Mrs. How Howell
ell Howell was dressed in white tucked voile
and Mrs. Moon was charming in a
pink lace clotif dress with accessories
to match.
Quite a number of our neighborhood
enjoyed a barbecut- supper- at the
home of Mrs. L. M. Smith Friday
evening. Mrrf C. R. Curry furnished
the mutton and Mr. Retis Smith bar
becued it to a turn and every one
present enjoyed it and a general good1
time was had.
Dr. and Mrs. John Alderman of
Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Wigginton and son of Miami spent
the evening with Mrs. J. O. Tyson
last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Tyson and chil
dren spent Saturday in the University
City and were guests to dinner of
Mrs. J. H. Anderson.
Miss.Thelma Curry returned home
Saturday from a week's visit to Mel
rose and Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs, J. O. Tyson and chil
dren attended services at Flemington
Sunday.
Mr. J. M. Smith, Mrs. T. N. Smith
and Mr. J. F. Bruton and grandson,
J. D. Bruton, returned from Daytona
Beach Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. C R. Curry and Miss
Thelma Curry attended services at
Flemington Sunday and were guests
to dinner of Mr. J. M. Mathews.
Mrs. Curtice Robins gave a pillau
at her some Monday evening, in honor
of her brother, Mr. Judd Moon, who
has just returned from France.- Two
leng tables were placed in the yard
under a stately oak, and a tempting
supper consisting of chicken pillau,
pickles, bread and ice tea was served.
There were about fifty people pres
ent to greet this young man from
overseas. Games were enjoyed in the
yard by moonlight and Japanese lan lanterns
terns lanterns here and there added their glow
to the scene. After supper a contest
consisting of twenty-one questions,
each to be answered by the name of a
tree, was enjoyed. It was quite in interesting,.
teresting,. interesting,. Several couples answered
them all correctly and straws were
drawn to sf-e who would receive the
piize. Mr. and Mrs. S. Moon were
the lucky ones and received a box of
ropy and Shiloh attended this affair.
candy. Quite a number from Mica-

ALDERMAN THOMAS
FURTHER IN ERROR

Councilman Can't Steer His Argu Argument
ment Argument in a Straight Course
Alderman Thomas, in his last let letter,
ter, letter, took up considerable space in ex-
I Diamine what he said and what he
aining what he said and
cut noin what Mr. usborne nimseii
s.ys they had no foundation for any
such confidence.
it v.cuid have made no difference if:
the whole council had voted for the
thc.r rssentment. just as it is doing
low. We did not say anything about,
j we leceive more approval from them
'for what we have said.
Mr. Thomas remark that "1 did not

intend to refer to this if possible tvjone of the most ignoble varieties of
avoid it. for the simple reason that it i argument is to taunt an opponent
would poison the minds of other de- with a lack of worldly goods, partic partic-linquent
linquent partic-linquent tax payers of the city," isjularly in this republic where or
very naive, and would make even a I greatest men have almost always

vooden Indian giggle, for if there
ever was an action likely to encourage
other delinquencies it was that of j
himself and Mr. Goldman in laying
down before the Ocala House bluff.
There are lots of people in Florida
who know more about the law than
we do, but we know as much about
the libel law as anybody needs to
know, and when Mr. Thomas refers to
Mr. Goldman's letter he is likely to
again afflict the wooden Indian with a
spasm of mirth. Sometime, when this
is forgotten by the public, we are
going to take Alderman Goldman
aside and ask him to tell us, just be between
tween between friends, how much of that let letter
ter letter he wrote beside the signature, but
what he says shall be treated in strict
confidence.
We entirely agree with Mr. Thomas
when he says he wishes we had a law
to make every-man give in his taxes
each year, accompanied by an affi affidavit,
davit, affidavit, and with a penalty hanging
over him for false returns, and if
such a thing is done we have no doubt
that some of the more wealthy will
howl but did he reflect that the peo people
ple people interested in the Ocala House are
as well off as the average citizen of
our town?
It was a very small majority that
Mr. Thomas won by in 1917, and it is
very likely that if the Star had made
a fight on him, and his opponent had
made a strong effort, he would have
been beaten. We accepted his elec election
tion election and we have no desire to put the
skids under him. He has made some
mistakes since taking office, and we
have criticised them, and if he makes
more we will criticise them also. On
the other hand, we have praised him
for some good work, and expect and
wish to praise him for more. And
when his four years are up, we think
it likely he will have to be strongly
encouraged if he tries for another
term. The office of alderman cf Ocala
is not a very desirable one.
Mr. Thomas says: "Mr. Benjamin
winds up his letter by saying that he
does not know what he would do if he
was in another man's place and if I
would stop to consider the matter that
I would admit to myself that I would
not know what I would do, if I were
in another man's place. This may be
true and I am free to admit that if I
were in a certain other man's place
in the city of Ocala, and paid less
than $2.25 city taxes, I would certain
ly stop howling and censuring ether ether-people
people ether-people who have and are stili trying
to make a success."
If some rhetorician will take Mr.
Thomas by the hand and lead him
gently thru that paragraph, he may
be able to show him where he has
directly contradicted himself. He has
also made an insinuation, which is
something he spoke of in a disparag disparaging
ing disparaging manner in a former letter.
We are the man Mr. T. refers to,
and we ash our fellow citizens if we
are to be barred from writing about

LABOR LOVES (?) LABOR

Strike of the Railway Shopmen Lays
OCT Transportation Men AH
Over the United States
We have an example of how labor-
ing men stand by each other right
here at our doors.
Saturday night a number of trains
on the Seaboard system were laid off,
among them the limited, which runs
thru Ocala from Jacksonville to
Tampa.
Sunday night, a number of Atlantic
Coast Line trains, were laid off. These
include "Sunnyjim," between Ocala'
and Lakeland, and 37 and 38, between
Jacksonville and St. Petersburg five
trains that Ocala is interested in, and
the men of five train crews out of
work.
In the last three days hundreds of
trains have been laid off all over the
United States and thousands of trans transportation
portation transportation men have their livelihood -cut
off.
Transportation men are generally
better paid than shopmen but their
expenses are much higher.
A few days more and a lot of in industries
dustries industries will shut down and then an another
other another crowd of men. most of them
union men, will also be out of work.
Organized labor is solidifying the
country against it.
AMERICAN PEOPLE
WON'T HAVE IT
pomerene Expresses Strong Disap
proral of Plumb's Plan
(Associated Tress
Washington, Aug. 11. In a letter
to the railroad brotherhoods, Senator
Pomerene declared the Plumb plan
worse than socialism and predicted
the American Deonle would never aD-
prove it.
puoic affairs because we do not own
a house and lot and a pedigreed dog
and an -cy under car?
If Mr. Thomas will obtain the opin
ions of men whose intellect is respect respected
ed respected by all civilization, he will find that
been the poorest.
It is true that we have very little
property, and that it is mostly old
and worn with long use, but it is re
turned to both city and county for
more than it is worth. Can Mr.
Thomas say the same of his?
We have no real estate, and our
lack of personal property is not so
much because of poverty as because
we do not want it. We have enough
for our needs, and our needs are
very, simple. Why. should we stack
up a lot of junk that would be in our
way ?
If we had a million dollars' worth
ot property and were kicking about
taxes we might be accused of being
interested, but since our taxes are
among the least of our burdens we
think we have a right to. voice the
.wrongs of those, who. are overloaded.
This funeral business and the here-
after, that' Mr'.'Thbhiaa.seems.so cpn-...
cerfled about is the least -of our wory.
ries. We have enough laid lip to pay
for our uneral and buy cigars for the.
pallbearers on their way back from
the cemetery. .-We hereby invite Mr.
Thomas to be one of said pallbearers,
and to pack the earth on solid if he
desires to. That, however, will be un unnecessary.
necessary. unnecessary. We shall not want to rise
till Gabriel toots, and maybe not then.
We judge by Mr. Thomas' closing
paragraph that he expects us to go
where ice is more expensive than dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. To this we need only to quote
to him the Scripture, "I go to prepare
a place for you."
It is our opinion that both Mr.
Thomas and ourself are more needed
in Sheol than in Aidenne, and would
need less changing to fit our new sur surroundings.
roundings. surroundings. There is probably work
for him to do there, for it is inevitable
that the streets are badly worn; and
while he was repairing them we could
take him a nice, steaming, bucketful
of sulphur water occasionally.
We are sorry Mr. T. thinks we are
such a confirmed knocker of Ocala
and its people and officials. It shows
he is a careless and forgetful reader.
We can say, and it is no use to try
to disprove it, for we have the cold
print to back the assertion, that wt
have steadily labored for the good of
Ocala and Marion county, that we
have bragged on the one as the best
little town in the world and the other
as the best county in America, and
the good things we have said of them
have been quoted widely and spread
all over tha United. States.
If wc had not done so, dees Mr.
Thomas suppose the paper could live?
Does he think the people would sup support
port support a sheet that attacked their
homes?
True it is, we expose blemishes, we
denounce what is wrong and try to
prevent what may be wrong.- Why
shouldn't we? The people want us to
do it; they tell us what they thing is
good and what is bad, and expect us
to speak for them. And we do net
intend to fail them?



OCA LA EVENING STAB, MONDAY. AUGUST 11, 1919

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ically, we estimate, to some five or
six thousand people, who are to con consider
sider consider means and ways to reduce the
h. c. of 1. He has appointed the edi editor
tor editor of the Star a member of his per personal
sonal personal staff and bodyguard, thus proving-
that he can display a Christian
spirit of forgiveness toward his polit political
ical political enemies. Only press of work
prevents us from accepting the ap appointment,
pointment, appointment, as we should like to be in
Jacksonville that day, if only to see
the fun. We, have thanked the gov governor
ernor governor for the honor, expressed our re re-giet
giet re-giet at not being able to accept and
recommenced to him another citizen
of Ocala who is more worthy of the
honor than. we.

OBSERVATIONS

We thought our Catts was going to

settle that Polk county strike.

The derned fools in this country

are heading it straight for a panic.

We see nothing shocking in the

shimmee dance, but it is very silly.

We see by the dispatches that Arch

duke Joseph also has; only one pair

of pants.

New York actors have gone on a

strike for higher wages. This is an

other proof that the price of hams

has gone up.
It may be all right for the govern government
ment government to go after the meat packers
for profiteering, but some of the prob problems
lems problems are nearer home.
Goldman credited us for them
pants. Now, we think Mr. Thomas
should be another good sport and buy
us a box of bachelor's buttons.

The plan for "intensive military

training, of tne youth of the United
States sounds quite plausible when
rounded into sentences by an ardent
militarist. But the three months'
time of 600.000 young men means a

tremendous amount of wasted ener

gy and a great loss to the country in
art, science, industry and develop development.
ment. development. Times-Union.

What rot. A majority of the young

men in this country spend more than
three months of their nineteenth year
in playing or loafing.

The Ocala Star announces a re

moval, but as it is only from one part

of Ocala to another, we shall not be

worried greatly. Moves are generally
accompanied by inconvenience and

trouble, and we hope the Star will
have the least possible inconvenience

and soon be in its new quarters.
Times-Union Short Talks.
Thanks, old man. We are having
trouble in bunches, but your good
wishes scatter them somewhat.

An Abyssinian prince visiting New
York claims to be the lineal descend descend-ent
ent descend-ent of King Solomon and the Queen
of Sheba. But it was not generally

known that Solomon ever married the

Queen of Sheba. Times-Union.

Didn't we have a German-A;merican
journalist, named George Sylvester

Viereck, who claimed to be a son of

Bill Hohenzollern?

Jake Gerig says that if we will ac accept
cept accept Gov. Catts appointment, and go
to Jacksonville to- the lower cost of
living convention, he will lend us his
two-quart hat. That is a great in inducement.
ducement. inducement. There may be something in the re report
port report that General Pershing has been
ordered home. If Gehenna breaks
loose in these United States, we would
prefer that a man like Pershing was
in charge.
It is stated that the charge prices
of shoes have been "pyramided." And
th pyramids of Egypt look like baby
shoes in comparison. Jacksonville
Metropolis.
Correct. We have just priced a
pair.
Senator Fletcher's comment on
Wilson's message was: "It was a
great message. It will have a very
salutary effect and tend to settle un unrest
rest unrest all over the country. I think he
deals with problems confronting us
in a way that points to their solution."

M. F. Hetherington, the veteran
editor of the Lakeland Telegram, and
his accomplished wife, have gone to
North Carolina for a vacation. We
hope they will have a good time. Their
sen, W. M. Hetherington, well known
here, will take charge of the Tele Telegram
gram Telegram until their return. He has a
man-sized job.
Ocala Star thinks that the way to
treat men of the underworld the met
responsible, for redlight districts and
fallen women is to allow them to
"occupy a decent position in the
town." Well, that's the way it is
usually done.- Miami Metropolis.
Where did you obtain your infor information,
mation, information, sister. You did not read any anything
thing anything like that in the Star.
The Ocala Star takes the stand that
to ignore a candidate in the press is
insufficient but it does not take into
account the possibility that a man's
public actions may become so naus naus-eaus
eaus naus-eaus that his elimination from the
columns of a self-respecting newspa newspaper
per newspaper becomes an act of common decen decency.
cy. decency. Leesburg Commercial.
A candidate can't do any worse
things than those recorded in the daily
run of the news. If his actions and
utterances are neauseous, it is the
duty of the press to tell the people,
so they may not make the mistake of
putting him in office.
Gov. Catts has called to meet in
convention in Jacksonville Aug. 14
representatives from the representa representative,
tive, representative, commercial, legal, religious and
fraternal bodies in the state, all the
editors, doctors and every other dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished person, amounting numer-

The governor lines up on the pro

fiteering investigation after every

body else has started something. Bet
ter late than never Times-Union.

You should encourage the gov's.

convention idea. If everybody who

he has- appointed and requested to at

tend goes to Jacksonville, just think
what a great day it will be for the

hotels.

The Jacksonville meeting called by

Candidate Catts is a shrewd scheme to
get a crowd before which to advocate

his candidacy. Tampa Tribune.
If he hadn't appointed us an "hon

orable" on the grand and glittering

staff, we might have said the same

thing.

This new railroad proposal is called

the "Plumb Plan." It would be a
plum for the railway employes, but a

lemon for the public. Clearwatei

Sun.

It will be a rotten plum for the
railroad men before they have it long.

SUCH LETTERS HELP US

Columbus, Ga., August 6.
Editor Star: Find enclosed my
check for renewal of subscription for
the Star. It has become like an old
friend whose visits I would greatly
miss were they to cease. I like your
outspoken editorials, which are usu usually
ally usually on the right side so far as I
know; but, my unknown friend, the
'Catts will scratch you, if you dont
watch out.' If your governor is half
as bad as he appears to me, you do
wrong to advise him to go back into
the pulpit of that good old church of
which I have been an unworthy
brother-in-law. I have too much re respect
spect respect for the churches (although I am
not orthodox when measured by any
of their creeds), to wish to see their
pulpits filled with hypocrites; no, it
is much better for him to play his lit little
tle little part in politics the devil's pulpit.
With best wishes, I beg to remain,
for truth and right,
Your unknown friend,
Henry C. Cameron.
Mr. Cameron has our thanks for
his good wishes. We think Mr. Catts
would be all right if it wasn't for
politics.
BARGAINS IN FORDS
One 1918 Ford Touring Car; elec electric
tric electric starter; in Al shape.
One 1915 Ford Touring Car; in
first class shape.
k One 1918 Ford Touring Car; new
tires. AUTO SALES COMPANY,
4-tf Mack Taylor.
BEAN SEED

We have bean seed for fall plant--ing;
Wadwell Kidney Wax at $10 per
bushel; green beans at $9 per bushel.
14-tf Ocalrx Seed Store.
Move tiioJte goods by advertisin?.

PHONE 108
or 243
for
FRESH MEAT
and
GROCERIES
Prompt Delivery
MAIN STREET
MARKET

Wise and Otherwise
We observe that a domestic re relationship
lationship relationship board would teach some,
wives how to shift the home culinary
gears to better advantage.
The chief power of allowing wom women
en women a homestead right in the state is,
that it will give them eventually
courage to stop measuring themselves
by man's thumbs. Simon ays,
"thumbs down."
An observer doesn't always see new
things, but the other day we saw a
person go into a certain store and
banter the dark for half a Jemon.
A bachelor who says he -has never
married because he could get .no .one
to have him, is spending some time
in the city,- and because of being "a
new fellow in town," remarks that bis

matrimonial prospects are getting

brighter.

We never venture to .give, advice Xo
women that is,, often. But when we
do it is that a .man doesn't amount to

much at best. In. getting one-get the

best possible.

Compliments are often insincere

but, bless your heart, fault-finding is

the one genuine article.

The woman who makes the best

cookies in Ocala has no recipe for

them. She. says she just mixes them.

We hate the person who is always

spying things that are so much better

wher they live or where they had

visited, but we have considered late

ly very much the subject of high cost

cf living, and if that is why so many

have quit buying fish.

The Washington Evening Star says

"Friendship doesn't mean no mo to
some folks dan a license to borrow

money." And he hit it about right.
'.

A philisopher, says the Baltimore

American, is one who can look an

empty glass in the face and smile.

The world is getting so peacefu

even the coca-cola you get now hasn't

much of a kick.
m m m

When eating corn on the, cob, are

you eating it off or on the ear?

A certain Ocala man sleeps in his
garage. Some say it is because he is

mercenary, others that he has had a
row with is wife, but his neighbors
say it is to get away from the baby
that sometimes cries.
We never did like card playing,
maybe because we could never play
very well, and somehow we can't help
but' be suspicious of any person who
can.
m m m
When we hear a woman ramble on
for hours, and say nothing, we resolve
to be quieter in the future. It occurs
to us that maybe people think that
about us, too. However, tiresome, un

interesting talks have their uses
they' cause others to resolve to be
quieter.
mm
When you go to the barber shop for
a shave, do you care to have the bar barber
ber barber tell you that your head is dirty
and you need a. shampoo? Of course,
you. don't. If the barber's fingers
smell of cigarettes, you don't tell him
about it, you merely, resolve to go .to
another shop in future. Why isn't it
possible for a barber to shave a man,
or cut his hair, or perform whatever
service he says he needs without pest pestering
ering pestering him about a shampoo, a mas
ssge or relating all the town gemip ?
( What do you know about : a barber barbershop?
shop? barbershop? Ed.)
A woman who is divorced tells us
that she married to please her. par parents.
ents. parents. Maybe so, but we don't believe
there ever was. an American girl who
married just to please her parents.
We didn't say anything to her, but
we say it to you. Yes sum; them' our
sentiments, too.
m m m
Wa know two sisters who keep
house together. One likes to cook and
the other likes to eat. The one who
likes to eat is always extravagantly
praising the one who likes to. cook,
and as a result does very little of the
housekeeping herself.
-People, are gradually becoming
more freespoken. Every day we. hear
criticisms that would have resulted in
yellow paint and a few" feathers a
few short years ago.
m m
When the neighbors talk about each
ether, do you suppose they believe
they are telling the truth. Certain Certainly
ly Certainly not. They know they are unfair
and vicious, also.
mm
What has become of the old-fashioned
mother who made her children
mind, or knew the reason, and who
taught them to say "Yes, mam, moth mother."
er." mother." and "No, sir, father?" Instead
of the harrassing "what?" and "yes,"
so frequently permitted by parents
of this day and time.
m
Some people say Uncle Billy goes
fishing not so much for the sake of
the fish as for the chance of loafing
without being noticed.
m m m
Some adore the moon; others love
the moonshine.
Truth was never born, therefore
shall never die. It is as old as the
universe, and while the universe en-

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lEiMS3 EMUS) n

THE zest of the west, the sunny smile of the south, gleam in the
golden goodness of Orange-Grush. You can be certain of the
purity of Orange-Crush because it is made from the fruit oil, pressed
from fresh ripe oranges, and such other wholesome ingredients as pure
granulated sugar,, carbonated water and citric acid, which is a natur natural
al natural acid found in oranges, lemons and grapefruit.
We suggest that you order a case of Orange-Crush today for the
home. Obtainable wherever soft drinks are sold. The product of our
modern bottling establishment, Orange-Crush is tbe perfect, family
drink-

OCALA

. FLORIDA

CettaiNNHekew

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dures the fact that love is life and
hate is death, will endure along with
it.

There's nothing of which a bald
man is more proud than his last pic picture,
ture, picture, showing him with a heavy suit
of hair.

Swearing is confessed ignorance. It
is a person with a defective vocabu vocabulary
lary vocabulary that swears. Unless oh, well,
you understand the exceptions.

Snobbery is not a. matter of posi position,
tion, position, socially, as so many, fools seem
to think, but lack of brains.

The people who have been trying
for years to bring about a change
have certainly accomplished it. Now
let us tell you something else: we
need another chance right away.

m

The rivalries of the moonlight sea season
son season and the society butterfly are fire fireflies
flies fireflies and, yes, some sandflies.

The Detroit Free Press says:
"There is one safe way to drive a
motor car, and that is to drive always
as though the other fellow is a fool."
In every automobile accident there
are two fools the fool that is re responsible
sponsible responsible and the fool that didn't ex expect
pect expect the first fool to come along.

Pennsylvania chemists are working,
so it is said, on a problem "When is
an egg stale?" Gee, whiz! Aint
their noses big enough to tell them?

As sure as the morning light fol follows
lows follows the shadows of the evening, as
certain is it that autumn weddings
follow summer wooings. It is the
harvest moon that listens to the year yearly
ly yearly crop of proposals and yet never
looks bored with the old, old story.
Under the mellow light of the same old
moon is breathed the same old ro romances,
mances, romances, begun when time was young,
yet always new. This is the season
for Cupid to take a spoon and stir up
something.
C. W. DEAS

306 North Magnolia Street
Fresh Water Fish for sale Wednes Wednesdays,
days, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Satur Saturdays
days Saturdays of each week. Mullet and Bottom
Fish fresh every day. 8-6t
Get ready your fall garden. We
have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf

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OCA LA EVENING STABMOHD A Y,7 AUGUST 11 191

MILLINERY BARGAINS
If you have -any. society -items for
the Star, please phone five-two-three.
Mr. Emilio Suarez of Tampa amy
ed in Ocala Saturday.Joining his wife,
who has been the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Dehon for thestftwo wks: 1
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An Exceptional Opportunity to Se Secure
cure Secure a Very Pretty Hat at an
Extremely Low Price.
"Smoka Virginia Straight
93
A fresh shipment of Guth' and
Nunnaliy's Candies just in at GerJg

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7

EVERY HAT MARKED DOWN
From 25 to 75 per cent, besides a Special
Bargain Counter With no Mark Down Limit.
Come and see for yourself,
SALE BEGINS
SATURDAY, AUGUST 9th.
A TTTPT TPTZ MILLINERY
Ar r LithKjiS parlor

OCALA, FLORIDA.

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South Side Ocala House Block.

Drug Store. tr
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Howell of Lowell
are receiving the cpnrstulatipns of
friends upon the' arrival' of a fine son
Saturday morning.

We Do Riot Experiment
At your expense on your car, nor is it puiely guess ;
work.
We Can Find Your Trouble
and fix it. This is economy on your purse; therefore -;
if you have
A Maxwell Car
That needs repair, bring it to the Maxwell Repair
Shop, where you can get real Maxwell Service. We
can convince you that our service is the best .and
cheapest in the long run. a. r
Maxwell Mepaip Shop
Next Door to the Maxwell Service or Parts Room ."?
Corner Osceola and Ft. King. OcalarFla.

Get ready "your fail : garden." We
have new seed in. -Bitting & Co tf
Mrs. Gonzales of Tampa" -is the
guest of her brother,-Mr. Louis Torfa-

letti and family.
To your grocer say: "FEDERAL
BREAD." -- ' tf

jMrs.FV B. Beckham and little Nell
Stroud returned Saturday; from At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, arid the 'friend of :;Mr. and
Mrs. Stroud are congratulating them
upon s'uocesslof Dr. j Hoke's streat-
W. K. Lane, M. D.f Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Librjirj -Building, Ocala,
Florida. --r-V-r tf

Miss Tillie Pasteur returned Satur

day froiniEa2tlik3."vhere she' spent

several; dr.ypTrih. her sister,. Mrs: E

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When packing -your tilankets and
winter clothing, ttunk.of Cedar Com Compound,
pound, Compound, '.which wift 1eep: moths away;
2f ceht&fhe package- at Geriir's Drug
Store. ; V '.. .. tf

MrscprWUt.U'i11- yho has enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed a ten-da'its; visit to her mother in
Tampa,: ret uenf-d; to Ocala Saturday
afternobn.-'-i. '. '-

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. Hones to;ffpQfdieS3, .now would Americans
. i: ihike time s Virginia tobucco in their
" cliaf eties ihan oil, ioreiiin-ro wn tobaccoa put.

together, if they didn't relcYiTnla9 3 taste?;-

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Dr. ; Ilfo.berr-.:.uhts arrived fester fester-day
day fester-day for a few 5divI vish to his fathsK

Mr. J;5?tjJlVSvVjiCoun.t5 has.:

recently complexd a .po3ttgraduate
course in xme of:"?iew; York city's hospitals-
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Coffins and, Caskets it
FllPIlffllPC, Etc. tl r
Day Phone 253 Night Phone
L. HURST, MANAGER- Itf l

Ocala Ela;

Magnolia Street,
Opposite Court House.

YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MORE!''

fcataa

UNCLASSIFIED

WANTiiijiosxiii Foraiij ISfor
I SALEFOR RENT1 AND 'SIM 'SIMILAR
ILAR 'SIMILAR LOCAL-NEEDS

USE OU1 ICE

1"

AMD USE DT SENSIBLE

PURE ICE, the kind we maU and sell, is the; best thin that,
comes into your homes these day Nothing you can buy gives you
so much for so little money,
So don't make the mistake or trying to skimp on your ice bill.
Avoid extravagance on the one has4, and don't be "penny wise and
pound foolish" on the other.
'' Take enough of our ice to kep your refrigerator in good con condition
dition condition and have some to spare for other uses. Thn you will be pro protected
tected protected all around, and will never experience thVafnnoyance of being
without ice at the very time yo need it most: and cannot get it
immediately. " ' ':Z
Be intelligently liberal in th use of OUR ICE and you will
escape most of the discomforta aiw? dangers incidentat to this time
'of th year. i-'-':::'..'Aiv?;

CDcaillsi lec $k Facktap Co,

WOOD Phone i4(? foralj Jeiihthii

oaK or pine wood;, tnoougnlyi seasont
ed. Specialrjrice jcmiianantitip ordraV

iput I in your winter supply1 obw:

Smoak's Wood Yard.1 - 15-tf :

v RATES-feix' -line rnaxlmum; one'
.time, 25cj-threo times', 50c::Six-time8
75c; one month $3. Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance.
LOSTHood tire smd rim,'3 4rbe

tween. Leesburg and Ocala.1" Finder
please -notify me and receive ; suitable"
reward.--MrsB: -E. -Tafcach; Sarifdfd;
Fla. v ..... 7-6t."V

FOR SALE T.jcm r.jRENTTwosioiir.
cpnerei building 30l .f eeU- Two
store -rooms with large -upstairs, :Iat
8 x 124 feetv Suitable.' for 'stores,
garage storager Onelbiclf rom pub'
lie square; Address Mrs. XDldcIver,
104 N.;Orange St:," Ocalar FJa L77t

WANTEDr-To buy? ai good farm ner

good church-and school, in jgoddrcotn-niunity.-
Addressr K; W. nderifcate'
CommercialBank; Qcala; Fla.: jj6T"

FARM FOPw;:SALE13 r-3: '.acres,
cleared, f enceV.and; in .good cultivar
tion; on Anthony, road one- mile-east
of Baptist church.:. Will- sell stock,
tools, etc., if desired.1. J- H; Vernoni

lirnla RrH

5-3t4

HUNTER'S SECOND HAND HOUSE

-Furniture bought and sold. Get

prices elsewhere; f then see me

there's a sale made on one side or the
other. I have expert mechanics to put

such as furniture lawn Growers,'- feew

ing machines, "'"scissors, ""knives,- saws,
pots, pans and all kinds of enamel-

ware. Repair;: all kindi : of. "broken

castings. Call it J$lp iU2 and :H14

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FUTJERAL DIRECTORS and EflBALEIflERS
AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
NoWarg.3 for delivery of cxakf U anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JR
Licensed Embalmera
Office Phono 10 Night Phones 225 or 423

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CONTRACTS WANTED Contracts
for stone, brie kand concrete work;
also moving buildings "No job too
small and none too large. First jClass
work at lowest prices. Address George
Dole, 310 North-Main. street, or phone
2C0. -46t

their vdrurrd eirf lenVol' sOrr-I
ice. Thii3theVcalioji;wa

and tbday "thriftc-iftcautQ andcrjtlei

lues ia.CaSa:mi. -."vMAi5 ma
valuabl io "tiad -tires 4&s; repajrfngj
to usedjoe. j- 5-L'l.T.,-"' J:

WANTED Want to rent a well built
cottage or Jtangaldwy o'r T part. pt a
house with -Veranda; 1? rooms ; with
modern Jin prove raentbnl good .street
and residence- Iocahty-.45esenbe fully;
send picture -if--possible.- Address
Howlett, care Ocaal Starv 8- ":

FOR RENT Front led room,;." JwtbJ

bath, privilege of using parlor -:anp
porch. In g'octct. home and -ipeajLioo-Apply
212 Orange avenue. Sf-Ct.T.. ...

FOR SALE Desirable, .residence lot

and SO acres -land near Ocala. w
W. Condon. 9-t, - i'-'

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Just; a law, Itfti Plant them early;
$2.50 per 100 lbs..-f h.; Elktoh;Tla,
Prompt shimiBTits. J; E; Gauiens,"
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Cufseiln LJb$taf "Arts and Sciences;
i. Law; Agriculture: Edcation,;Engi Edcation,;Engi-'.
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lPremedical Courses and Graduate
t StiidrtariUnrrersity Extension.
Attendance .?om -61 Florida counties
and 21,2tates lS25 students, includ includ-Hpg:
Hpg: includ-Hpg: army .and .summer schools.
Rated bythe War .Department one. of
fthe'twelve '
DISTINGUISHED COLLEGES"
E; .viirthe United SUtes.
Expenses Low. Next session begins
jjSept ember. 22nd. Write for catalog
and. book of views.
A. MURPHREE, LL.D President

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Besides
Ocala's Favorite,

Bread

We Make a Most Delicious

Layer Cake, Doughnuts, Macaroons,
; : Pound Cakes, Chocolate Cakes, Rolls, Etc.-
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TRY. OUR CINNAMON BUNS

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Careful Estimates made-on -all-Con-

pop qat rton -. ct a rcrmariTAltract wntk.-Uives' luorerana joexier

price. Mrs.- Fannie: .TJAniEonyJ VVorK tctte:a?;UWcexe

xentractor in the city.'

Carter's Bakery n.

Main St.

"The.Old Reliable"

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 1919

DON'T EAT BREAKFAST
without
HOLLAND RUSK
The Dainty Dutch
nn m2s wr tm.

Is made of fresh eggs, pure pasteuriz pasteurized
ed pasteurized milk and cream, baked and toasted
to a rich golden brown. Light, crisp
and flaky with a delicious digtinctivc
flavor. A pleasing substitute fu
heavy biscuit and rolls. Especially
beneficial for those who suffer from
indigestion, constipation and kindred
complaints. Order a package today.
15 cents

Send us your order for
ORANGE-CRUSH. Don't
overlook this refreshing
drink these HOT DAYS.

. Mo TEAPOT
(GROCERY

Phones

16 and 174

1 In our supply depart department
ment department we carry a large
line of accessories for
automobiles. A c o m m-plete
plete m-plete line of Tools, Tubes,
Spark Plugs, Etc.
Service Station for Moon,
Chalmers, Maxwell and
Oakland Automobiles.
Open 6 a" m. to 12 pi m.

BOUVIBR S GARAGE
(The A. A. A. Garage)
Corner Fort Kin? and
Magnolia St.

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What
Is Wise

Spending ?

; .; Wise spending is the founda foundation
tion foundation of intelligent saving.
We must spend to live; just
as we must work to earn.
-If
we spend foolishly, we get
less for our work, have less to
save, less to spend in the future.
Wise spending means that we
thhfk before we spend. Then
we buy, to'oux ability, what we
really need today. But we wise wisely
ly wisely hold some money for tomor tomorrow's,
row's, tomorrow's, or next month's, or next
year's needs or unforeseen em emergencies.
ergencies. emergencies. Wise spending gives us more
for our work now, and leaves
more money for future spend spending.
ing. spending.
It is getting full value in
goods, comforts, service, ad advancement,
vancement, advancement, and fun.
War Savings Stamps are a
wise purchase.
MONROE & CHAMBLISS
NATIONAL BANK
Ocala Florida

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MAKING HOGS PAY.

National Crop Improvement Service.)
To get the moat out of hogs thej
should be raised in relatively small
numbers on farms where there is con considerable
siderable considerable waste, such as skim milk,
buttermilk, culled fruits and vegeta vegetables,
bles, vegetables, grain and forage fields to glean,
and other foods which would otherwise
be wasted or marketed with difficulty.
Give the animals green pasture, bat
also give them a plentiful supply of
concentrated foods.
Feed the young pigs well until they
are ready for the market, which should
be at about 160 pounds.
Provide shade and fresh drinking
water.
Do not exert hogs during warm
weather.
Use self feeders for finishing market
hogs.
Prevent hog cholera by vaccination.
Do not feed lice, but kill them by
means of using the dipping vat or
some device wnereby the hogs may rub
crude oU, over their bodies. . i .
Breed up your herd by keeping oaly
the best individuals and breeding, to
a purebred sire of the same' breed.

European plan.- Hot and cold running
water in each room, right in shopping
and theater district.
Main aud Adams Streets
Rooms by day, single, $1 and $1.50
Private Baths $1.50 and $2.00

AN ENDLESS CHAIN IN HOGS
National Crop Improvement Service.-
There are many plans of flnanctng
the pig club boy. Many banks are
now ready to take the boy's note mi mi-secured
secured mi-secured for both animal and feed.
In the endless chain plan a breeder
or a bank agrees to furnish the female
pig and agrees to take in return one
or more pigs from the increase. The

contract generally provides that the
boy shall belong to a pig club and ob observe
serve observe its rules and follow as far as
possible the instructions and sugges suggestions
tions suggestions by the club leaders and to make
all of the reports required. The man
who furnishes the sow agrees to carry
the risk of death from causes that are
not due to negligence on the part of the
boy.
The boy agrees to breed the hog
when not less than eight months of
age to a registered boar of the same
breed and to raise the resulting litter
under the same rules that govern the
care of the sow.
The boy then agrees to give the man
who furnished the sow first choice of
all the little female pigs, and in case
it is agreed to breed a second time dur during
ing during the year, a second choice Is given
at the age 'of eight weeks. These two
pigs are then considered full payment
for the original sow and the boy Is en en-titled
titled en-titled to all that he can make.
There are many variations in this
plan. In case the sow pig is received
by the., club member at weaning age,
two pigs from the first litter at the
same age, or one from the first and
the second, may be returned.

FEEDING FORAGE CROPS.
National Crop Improvement Service.
Pig3 that are kept in pastures,
where they have access to green -sue
culent grasses, do not suffer from a
water shortage as much as those that
are fed in dry lots on dry feed. If the
dry feed needs considerable water to
further the work of digestion the mart
sueculent green feeds will be eagerly
eaten afterward. Many feeders find
that withholding water -tends to In Induce
duce Induce fattening hogs to' eat more for forage,
age, forage, and helps balance the ration by
furnishing protein as well as acting
as a laxative.
But for breeding hogs, and growing
pigs-, one cannot go far wrong in allow allowing
ing allowing the animal to decide when he wants
water and how much. He is generally
the best judge of bothfood and drink.
BIG HOGS AND YOUNG ONES.
National Crop Improvement Service.
The most desirable hogs are those
that weigh 200 pounds, but many of
them are good up to 300 pounds, de depending
pending depending on their physical construc construction.
tion. construction. ThousarTd-pound hogs, pound 'for
pound, are not as valuable as hogs
that weigh less, because their fatness
Is mostly lard and other things than
bam and bacon and chops. It is the
Eat that devops on such hogs and not
the meat.
Quick pork i3 the desideratum now nowadays,
adays, nowadays, and the packing houses prefer
them because they can keep up "the
uniformity of their brand, and they
are certain to have young and tender
meat.

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PIG CLUB RECORDS.

Every member of a pig club should

keep a record of his work. He should

weigh his. pig when he gets him and
eep a careful account of the weight
and cost of feed and the monthly
weight of the hcg. He will be expect expected
ed expected to write a complete report from

After a spell of sickness, Dr. More More-men
men More-men is able to be in his office again.
We hope our subscribers will ex excuse
cuse excuse our shortcomings these days.
This business of moving and "getting
out a paper at the some time is no

joke. ...

Frank Churchill, back fromr the

war, is also back in his old place at
the Ocala National Bank. Frank
didn't like the war; but when it came
h- said, "Somebody ha3 to do it," and
he did every bit of it that came his
way.

Wayne Ten Eyck, another Ocala
boy, back from France, is filling pre prescriptions
scriptions prescriptions at the Court Pharmacy.

To your grocer say:
BREAD."

"FEDERAL

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Horse shoes are not plentiful these
days. Howard Clark picked up. one
Saturday, and has nailed it up over
the Federal Bakery.
Mr. Roger Dodd is home from his

visit to his old home and Mrs. Dodd

at Ringgold, Ga. Mrs. Dodd will re
main until cooler weather.

Mr. "Ty" Cobb -of Jacksonville is

visiting friends in Ocala.''

Eat the best toat'3 FEDERAL

bread. tf
Lx-
"Diane of the GreenVan' the feat

ure at the Temple today,' is adapted
from the book-of that name, the
scene of the 'plot' being laid in Florida

and the ; Everglades. 31 Alma Rubens,
who impersonates "the heiressy who

longed for air in the open, is not very

well known to Ocala audiences, but

the picture promises to be a pleasing
romance. An L-Ko. comedy, "A Pair
of Deuces," appears with "Diane of
the Green Van."

ID

SCHEDULES

Schedule o!

Arrival and DeDarture of nasseneer

trains at OCALA UNION STATION.

The following schedule figures pub

lished as information and not guaranteed.

(Eastern Standard Time)

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Leave Arrive
3:20 am Ja-cksonvllU-New York 2:10 cm
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pzn

4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pm

2:15 am Tampa-Manatee-
St. Petersburg' 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:25 pm Tamp-St Petersburg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arriv

2:12 pm J'cksonvllle-Nsw York 3:16 am.
1:45 pm. J'kscnvllle-G'lndsvills 3:35 pm,

1:42 am. j'ksonviue-O'nemiie 10:1 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pet'sorff-Lakeland 2:12 au.
3:35 pm St. Pet'sburg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:40 am. Du'neUoa-L.'kslaud 11:03 pm

5:25 pm. Homos&ssa 1:35 pm

10:13 pm. ieesour? &m.
45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am
ilonday, Wednesday. Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.

GRAY HI BECOMES
DARK AUDJEAUTIFUL
Trv Grandmother's Old Favorite

Recipe of Sage Tea and -i
X:: Sulphurr

Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Strunk of

Gainesville, are the guests of the for

mer's sister, Mrs. J. D. Robertsq:

for a week's visit.

rtson-'

A package of Cedar Compound in

your piano will probably save a repair
Kill. Ceng's Drug Store. tf
The Methodist missionary society is
meeting this afternoon at the church.
Mrs. George 'Martin, Mr .and Mrs.
Herbert Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Har Harrison
rison Harrison Black, Mrs. Blake and daughter,
Miss Irma Blake, are enjoying a
pleasant sojourn at Lake. Weir, occu occupying
pying occupying the cottage of Miss Ar.nie Da Davis.
vis. Davis.

! Abost:XfeJi"eow "thatrSage Tea
and F.uip'Huf; '"properly 1 -'Compounded,-bring?"
back-the7 natural color-and-luatre
tbth.C lia""- wS'en faded; -streaked rr
gr$y "y ears' agd the onlySfrSv to get this
mixture waVio make it at .'home, which
is raussy and troublesome.
Nowadays we simply aak at any drug
store for "Wyeth' Sage and Sulphur
Compound." You will get a large bottls
of this old time recipe improved by the
addition of other ingredients for about
50 cents Everybody uses this, prepara preparation
tion preparation nov.-, Lecause no one can possibly tell
that you darkened your hair, as it dor?
it so naturally and evenly. You dam? $a
a sponge or soft brush with it and draw
this through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time; by morning the gray
hair disappears, and after another appli application
cation application or two, your hair becomes beauti beautifully
fully beautifully dark; thick and glossy and you
look yeart younger. Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur Compound is a delightful toilet
requisite. It is not intended for the cure,
stitigation or prevention, of disease.

SILVER SPRINGS-OCALA BUS SERVICE

Comfortable Bus Will Until Further Notice
Run Between Ocala and Silver Springs on
Sundays and Thursdays on the following
Schedule, Leaving Ocala from Court House.

Thursday' Schedule

Lv. Ocala Lv. Silver Spgs.
1:30 P. M 2:00 P. M.
3:30 P. 31 4.00 P. M.

5:30 P. M 7:00 P. M.

7:30 P. M 8:00 P. M.

9:30 P. M 10:00 P. M.

Sunday's Schedule
Lv. Ocala Lv. Silyer Spgs.
9:00 A. M 2:00 P. M.
1:30 P. M 4:00 P. M.
3:30 P. M 7:00 P. M.
5:30 P. M 8:00 P. M.
:30 P. M 10:00 P. AL

QUIT MEAT

litre

IF YOUR

ACT BADLY

! Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Izlar left yester yesterday
day yesterday for a few days' stay in Sanford.
Keep out the moths with Cedar
Compound, 25 cents the package at
Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Anderson and
children motored to Daytona yester yesterday
day yesterday to spend the day.
The Presbyterian pulpit supply
committee will meet at 3 p. m. Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, August 12th, at the office of G.
A. Scott on Main street.

The Y. M. C. A. banquet which was
to have beerij givers tonight, owing to

unavoidable conditions-has Ibeen de-,

layed toThiirsday at 8"p. m.- ;
' : "-f -t-4?t --r- J
Mr and Mrs. H.:I CappUman and
Miss Ruby .-'Capplemar are visiting
friends in New Smyrna.'

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Not a Bite of

BreakfashUrrtii
YoirDnnti Water

'Caya OoTxsa hot wsifZ-filSci
phosphate prevents nintcs
and tcttpa tas flf

Just as coaL when It burns, leaves

behind a certain amount of incom incombustible
bustible incombustible material in the form of ashes,
so the food and drink taken day after
day leaves in the alimentary canal a
certain amount of indigestible ma material,
terial, material, which if not completly elimina eliminated
ted eliminated from r the system each day, be
comes food for the millions of bacteria
which infest the bowels. From this
mass of left-over waste, toxins and
ptomaln-like poisons are formed and
sucked into the blood.
Men and women who can't get feel feeling
ing feeling right must begin to take inside
baths. Before eating breakfast each
morning drink a glass of real hot
water with a teaspoonful of lime limestone
stone limestone phosphate in it to wash out of
the thirty feet of bowels the previous
day's accumulation of poisons' and
toxins and to keep the entire alimen alimentary
tary alimentary canal clean, pure and fresh.
Those who are subject to sick head headache,
ache, headache, colds, biliousness, constipation,
others who wake up with had taste,
foul breath, backache, rheumatic stiff stiffness,
ness, stiffness, or have a sour, gassy stomach
after meals; are urged to get a quarter
pound of limestone phosphate from
the drug store, and begin practicing
Internal sanitation. This will cost
very little, but is sufficient to make
anyone an enthusiast on the subject.
Remember inside bathing, is more
important than outside bathing, be because
cause because the skin pores do not absorb
impurities into the blood, causing poor
m 1 A t. 1 4 A

Ineaun, wnue me rowei ponts uu.
Tust so anan nnc Vint water rleiLTlsei-

eweetens and freshens the skin, so
not water and limestone phosphate
act on the stomach, liverf kidara,and
bowels.

Take Ublocpoonfol of Salts if Back
harts or Bladder bothen Drink
lots of water.

We are a nation of meat eaters and
our blood is filled with urio acid, says a
well-known authority, who warns us to
be constantly oh guard against kidney
trouble.
Th& kidneys do their' utmost to free
the blocd of this irritating acid, but
become weak from the overwork; they,
get sluggish; the eliminative tissue clog
sad thus the waste is retained in the
blood to poison the entire system
When your kidneys ache and fi like
lumps of lead, and you have stinging
pains in the back or the urine is cloudy.

.full of sediment, or the -bladder is irri-

tahle, obliging you to soek relief during
the night; when you have: severe head headaches,
aches, headaches, nervous ahd di zxf spells,- sleepless sleeplessness,
ness, sleeplessness, acid stomach 'or rheumatism in bad
weather, get 'from' your pharmacist about
four ounces of Jad Salts; take a
tablespoonfulin a. glass of watcc before
breakfast each .morning and in a few
days your 'kidneys will act fine. This
famous salts is made from the acid of
grapes and lemon juice, combined with
uthia, and has been used for generations
to flush and stimulate clogged kidneys,
to neutralize the acids in urine so it is
no longer a source of irritation, thr?
ending urinary and bladder disorders.
Jad Salts is inexpensive and cannot
injure; makes a delightful effervescent
lithia-water drink, and nobody can make
a TniaAifft by taking e little occasionally
to keep the kidneys cleau Mid active

HAIR IS TURNING
GRAY, USE SAGE TEA

rlere'a Grandmother's Recipe to
Darken and Beautify
' Faded Hair.

That beautiful, even shade of dark,
.iossy hair can only be had by brewing
i mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur.
-. our hair is your charm. It makes or
r.r.rs the face. When it fades, turns
jray or streaked, just an application or
t.o of Sage and Sulphur enhances 'its
.pearance a hundredfold:
Don't bother to prepare the mixture;
you can get this famous old recipe im improved
proved improved by the addition of other ingredi ingredients
ents ingredients for 50 cents a large bottle, all ready
for use. It is called Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur Compound. This can always be
.depended upon to bring bask the natural
color and lustre of your hair.
Everybody uses "Wyeth's" Sage and
Sulphur Compound now because it dark darkens
ens darkens so naturally and evenly that nobody
can tell it has been applied. You simply
dampen a sponge or soft brush with it
and draw this through the hair, taking
one small strand at a time; by morning
the gray hair has disappeared, and after
another application it becomes beauti beautifully
fully beautifully dark and appears glossy and lus lustrous.
trous. lustrous. This ready-to-use preparation is
a delightful toilet requiste for those who
desire dark hair and a youthful appear appearance.
ance. appearance. It is not intended for the cure,
mitigation or prevention of disease. S

Ed, Carmlclhiael, Proprietor

SAVE MONEY ON MEAT!
We always handle the best fresh meat to he
had and our prices 'are always the lowest.

Round Steak 25c

Loin

Stew Meat 15s.

i Steak 25c I Best Pork Choi-s 35c

Steak 30c. Pork Sausace 25c

Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, tic.
NEW YORK MEAT MARKET

FREE DELIVERY

WEST BROADV.Y

PHONE 110

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Impurity-proof, in the wan wan-ivrapped,
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Be sure to set

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because it is supreme
in quality.

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TRANSFER AND STORAGE COMPANY

Negotiable
Storage Receipts
I-sued cn Ccttcr.,
Autcmcbilrs, Etc.
FIRE PROOF
STORAGE

Mcvir.p. Packing
Lire ZtocX:.
r-f -irhir.cry and
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STORAGE

We have nrst class trucks vrith competent drivers, and our
equipment will move you complete no matter what you possess.

COLLIER BROTHE.

PHONE 296

WANTED Auto insurance agent, to
represent the Belt Automobile Indem Indemnity
nity Indemnity Association; fire, theft, collision
and liability; the best and cheapest;
now operating in 20 states. T. B.
Phillips, state agent. Harrington Hall,
any time Tuesday, or 404 Masonic
Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. .11-lt
Try those sweet rolls, doughnuts
and FEDERAL bread. tf

The better a
man's eyesight.

the greater his

success nave your
eyes examined.

DR. K. J. WEIHE,

Eyesight Specialist,
Ocala, Fla.
Advertise in the Star for results.



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Marion County (Fla.)
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