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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Weather Forecast: Probably local
showers tonight and Sunday.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 213
1' ;
SPEAKS AT
NOTED IN OF
NINE NATIONS
VANGUARD OF
ACTORS' STRIKE
IS OVER
SAY THEY HAVE
IflERS ARE ON
THE MARCH
(AOS CITY
THE VICTORS
THE SINNERS

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Wilson is Standing His Trip Well and
Saving Strength for
His Work

(Associated Press)
Kansas City, Sept. 6. President
Wilson has planned to make a short
speech here on his way to DesMoines,
where he is scheduled to speak to tonight.
night. tonight. The -president, is standing the
trip well and conserving his strength
for the hardest part of the 10,000 10,000-mile
mile 10,000-mile tour.
. NEW CHARTER FOR THE WORLD
President Wilson appealed to the
twenty thousand persons crowding
the convention hall here today to sup support
port support the peace treaty or a new char charter
ter charter for a new order of world affairs.
The president was cheered as he ap appeared
peared appeared on the platform with Mrs.
Wilson, every person carrying an Am American
erican American flag.
CLOSING UP THE MILITARY
CLAN
Disarmament would be effected un under
der under the covenant, the president said,
declaring it would mean an end of the
"military clan" throughout the world,
lie said the principles of the league
had already been confirmed by the
Senate in thirty arbitration treaties,
and that the league would be a death
,blow to autocracy and militarism.
That it would solve the problem of
keeping the Philippines free after
they are given their independence by
the United States.
The president said the men who
had misled the people on the league
would be "gibbetted" by public opin opinion.
ion. opinion. SOUTH AMERICA SEEMS TO
HAVE HAD SEISMIC SHOCK
(Associated Press)
Washington, Sept. 6. An earth earthquake,
quake, earthquake, believed to have occurred in
South America, was recorded by the
seismograph at Georetown Univer University.
sity. University. TO AMERICAN LEGION MEMBERS
The annual dues of $3 should be
paid at once, as remittance must be
made to the state and national or-
ganizations. Hand your dues to FrankH
Churchill, post finance officer, at the
Ocala National Bank, or mail them to
him. Make checks to "Marion County
Post No. 1, American Legion."
L. H. Cnazal, Post Adjutant.
HOUSES FOR VISITORS
Ocala nas not thus far, as have
numerous other Florida cities, provid provided
ed provided very many houses which can be
Tinted to visitors desiring to spend
the winter here. There are several
families now inquiring for houses in
Ocala for this coming winter and it
would be quite an advantage to our
city if these people could be accom accommodated.
modated. accommodated. It means they would come
again and likely bring along some of
their friends.' That's. the way most of
our Florida towns and cities are being
built up.
Under present conditions the only
way in which houses can be arranged
for is by some of our smaller families
bearding for the, winter and renting
their houses furnished While winter
visitors should not be "gouged," they
are usually willing to pay liberal
rents.- This means that some fam families
ilies families could derive a fair income from
their homes, thereby aiding in the
.present high cost of living problems.
At the same time making it possible
for Ocala to have several more resi residents
dents residents for the winter.
The Star is now carrying an ad. for
parties desiring a furnished house for
this winter. We hope they can be ac accommodated.
commodated. accommodated. UNCLASSIFIED ADS.
WANTED Three or four good paint painters.
ers. painters. Apply to A. A. Winer. Phone
2S7. 9-6-3t
WANTED Furnished house for the
winter, from October 1st. Write par particulars
ticulars particulars and rent to P. O. Box 492,
Ocala. 6-2t
FOR SALE CHEAP A typewriter
desk; has not been used much and is
in -good condition. Apply to Geo. T.
Maughsajt the Southern Express
Company's office. 3
FQH SALE A complete wood mill
good as new, including equipment and
Ford delivery truck. Apply at once to
r. W. Ditto, Ocala, Fla. 9-6-4t
FOR SALE Airedale pups, nine
weeks old, black and tan; eligible for
registration; fine specimens; price,
$15 H. S. Wesson, Ocala, Fla., 9-6-lt

Had a Part in Celebration in New
York of Two Great Events
in History

(Associated Press)
New York, Sept. 6. The one hun hundred
dred hundred and sixty-second anniversary of
LaFayette's birth and the fifth anni anniversary
versary anniversary of the battle of the Marne
was marked here today by speeches by
Ambassador Jusserand and messages
of felicitation from General Pershing,
Secretary of State Lansing. President
Poincare of France, General Wood
and others. Representatives of nine
nations were present at the impres impressive
sive impressive ceremony, attended by thousands.
IN OTHER CITIES
Similar exercises in honor of the
memory of LaFayette and commemo
rating the battle of the Marne were
held in Fayetteville, N. C, Louisville,
San Francisco, Philadelphia and Mil
waukee, where the same messages
were read.
The Prince of Wales wired acknowl acknowledging
edging acknowledging the debt of the Allies to
France for the Marne victory, the first
great action of the war.
SHOPPING STACKS OF SILVER
Eighteen Trainloads of Bryan's Fav Favorite
orite Favorite Metal Carried Across
America
Cheyenne, Wyo., Sept. 6. Moun
tains of sterling silver, millions and
millions and hundreds of millions of
dollars worth of the" precious white
metal, 18 train loads, not carloads, of
the silver "pigs" were secretly trans transported,
ported, transported, during the war, across the
great plains of Nebraska, over the
mountains of Wyoming, through the
deserts of Utah and Nevada, and
landed on board British warships in
San Francisco bay for transporta transportation
tion transportation to India and Japan and China.
And so secretly were the shipments
made and so secretly were the treas treasure
ure treasure trains guarded that not one dol
lar was lost from the time the trains
left Philadelphia until they were
shunted alongside the British men-of-
war at the docks in San Francisco
The story is just being told by west-
ern railroad men wno assisted in
handling the trains.
The treasure was being sent to
Asia by the British government to
pty for war supplies' and materials
purchased by the British army. It
was a portion of a credit established
in this country by the British. But
cash, not credit, was neded in the
Asiatic countries, so the British con
verted their American credit into
good American silver dollars, had
them melted into silver "pigs" at the
Philadelphia mint, and shipped across
the continent to San Francisco, where
British warships tarried them across
the Pacific to Asia, where they were
used to pay bills contracted by the
British government for all sorts of
war supplies.
FIRST TRAIN IN MAY, 1918
Eighteen trains were required to
transport the silver treasure. The
shipments extended over a period of
12 months, the last train load going
over the mountains and the plains
and the deserts in April of this year,
The first of the 18 trains made the
journey in May, 1918.
Five cars were handled at a time
and this number completed the train
that is, five express cars and one
car for the guard. The guardcar was
used to prepare meals, mostly. The
guards slept in the treasure cars.
Each train went through as a "spec "special,"
ial," "special," and was billed as "war materials,
rush forward." And they certainly
were rushed across the continent.
Everything gave way before the
silver trains. Overland passenger
trains were sidetracked; cars of live
stock had to go to the siding an hour
before the treasure trains were due;
fruit trains from the Pacific, all had
to get out of the way for the trains of
"war materials" which were being
"sent to Siberia" for use of the allies
on the Russian front.
ARMED MEN ON GUARD
From Philadelphia to Cheyenne
each car was guarded by two gun
men. Each man was armed with two
automatic pistols of the heaviest type
And each man had, in addition, s
sawed-off pump shotgun and a supply
of slug cartridges. For long-distance
work there were a couple of repeating
rifles in each car. The men took turns
in sleeping and guarding. One man
in each car was on guard all the time
The other guard in each car slept on
a cot in the car.
Each car was locked on the out outside
side outside and on the inside. Meals were
prepared m the extra car and were
brought to the doors of the treasure
car by the superintendent of the
train. Neither the superintendent nor
the guards could unlock a car door

Cornerstone of the Monument Laid at

Bordeaux to Commemorate
Their Coming
(Associated Pres?)
Bordeaux, Sept. 6 The cornerstone
of the monument marking the landing
of the first American troops in France
and the point from which LaFayette
sailed for America to aid the revolu revolution,
tion, revolution, was laid today. President Poin
care, Premier Clemenceau, Marshal
Foch and others spoke.
DEALT THEM A BITTER DOSE
British in Occupied Territory Give
Germans a Strong Taste of
Their Own Medicine
(Associated Pres3) y
Cologne, Sept. 'i. Serious disturb
ances are reported between Germans
and British troops at Euskirchan, near
here. The German leader is reported
to have been courtmartial and sen
tenced to death and the town fined
one hundred thousand marks.
without the aid of the other. The
doors were unlocked jut long enough
to pass in the meals for, the men.
Then they were re-locked.
At Cheyenne a third guard was
added to each car. Any attempt to
hold up and rob the treasure trains
would be made wsst.of Cheyenne, the
government figured. Only men of
tried nerve and experience were chos chosen
en chosen for the work.
Each treasure train was preceded
bv a pilot train all the vay from
Philadelphia to San Francisco. Any
attempt by an enemy alien to wreck
the money train would have resulted
in the wreck of the pilot and the
warning of the following train.
BRICKS WORTH $1000 EACH
The treasure consisted of silver
bricks, each brick weighing: sixty-two
pounds and worth approximately
$1000. Each train carried between
$10,000,000 and 15,000,000 of the
white bars. The value of the entire
shipment was more than $250,000,000.
And not an ounce of the silver was
lost on American soil.
On arrival in San Francisco the
treasure cars were switched on to the
pier at which the British warships
were moored. The transfer of the sil
ver bricks to the war vessel was
guarded by soldiers as well as by the
special guards attached to the train.
Not one word of the shipments of
the great treasure got into print
while the movement was under way,
but now that all reasons for secrecy
are over the story is leaking out and
i3 being talked about among the men
who operated the trains at they pass
ed through the Rocky Mountains.
While $1,000,000 silk trairs from the
Orient are not uncommon, the ship shipment
ment shipment of a quarter of a billion dollars
in silver across the continent is so
decidedly uncommon as to attract at attention
tention attention wherever the story is told.

NO WONDER HE'S A PROUD BIRD

p
m
,1
A mighty proud looking bird, isn't
he? Experts assert that roosters
as good should head every farm
flock. To encourage this much

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People of New York May Again View
the 'Stunts of Their Fav Favorite
orite Favorite Performers

(Associated Press)
New York. Sept. 6. The actors'
strike has been settled and all the
theaters are to be reopened.
ACCEPTS THE INEVITABLE
Dr. Karl Renner of the Austrian
Peace Delegation Will
Sign the Treaty
(Associated Press)
Vienna, Sept. 6. Dr. Karl Renner,
head of the Austrian peace delegation,
tcday announced that he would return
to St. Germain Sunday and sign the
peace treaty.
AUSTRIAN PRESS IS ANGRY
The press has assailed the peace
terms as "bitter, spiteful, unjust and
impossible of fulfilment."
GENERAL HOOPER
(Associated Press)
Selma, Ala., Sept. C. General C. W.
Hooper, state commander of the Con Confederate
federate Confederate Veterans, died here this
morning.
MARION COUNTY'S
Y. M. C. A. SECRETARY
Mr. J. T. Blackley, the Y M. C. A.
secretary for Marion county, has ar arrived,
rived, arrived, and will at once settle down to
work. Mr. Blackley brings high rec recommendations
ommendations recommendations from Rev. Bunyan
Stephens, in whom Ocala has the
highest confidence. We hope all our
people will help Mr. Blackley in his
good and necessary work. Mr. Steph Stephens
ens Stephens says of him: "He was with me
at Camp Johnston and in one of the
hardest situations there (the depof
brigade). He was on the job all the
time. He is a faithful and untiring
worker. I bespeak for him your in interest
terest interest and co-opeartion. You will find
h:m open to suggestions at all times
and quite willing to learn the needs
or the community and then do what is
best."
SPARR FAMOUS ALL
OVER THE STATE
The Sparr baseball team goes to
Zephyrhills this afternoon to play a
second game with the Reds and hope
to bring home the bacon. Next week
the Sparr boys go to St. Augustine
to play Thursday, Friday and maybe
Saturday. Tuesday, Sept. 16th. the
same team will go to Daytona to play
on the 16th and 17th, then to Eustis
for, a game on the 18th. The boys will
L2 glad if some of the Ocala rooters
will go with them on these trips.
A fresh shipment of Guth's and
Nunnally's Candies just in at Gerig's
Drug Store. tf
emphasis is being given the poultry
show which ia to be. held at the
Florida State Fair, Jacksonville,
Nove:nber 22 to 29.

Mexican Authorities Claim to Hold

the Men Who Robbed Sailors
of the Cheyenne
(Associated Press)
Washington. Sept. 6. The state de
partment has been informed from
Mexico City that the Mexicans who
held up and robbed American sailors
from the Cheyenne, have been caught
and are being held at Tampico.
PERSHING'S SHIP WILL
DOCK MONDAY MORNING
(Associated Press)
New York, Sept. 6. A radio mes
sage received this morning said the
Leviathan, bearing General Pershing,
will dock here at 8 o'clock Monday
morning.
LYNCHING IN LOUISIANA
(Associated Press)
Monroe, La., Sept. 6. A mob took
a negro charged with assault from
the sheriff here today and shot him to
death. The negro was being brought
to jail here.
IMPROVEMENTS AT
THE CITY PLANT
Thanks to the hard work of Man
ager Martin, Engineer McEenzie and
their helpers, the machinery at the
city plant is in better shape than since
the new plant began work.
The big engine gives no more trou
ble 'but runs smoothly. The condenser
has been put in place and the spray
pond is in operation. This spray pond,
by the way, is worth going to see, the
spray from the jets, when the sun is
shining, making a fine collection of
miniature rainbows.
.Another engine will soon be brought
up from the old plant, and then the
city will have a full battery of driving
machinery.
Changing to oil from wood for fuel
was one of the best things ever done
at the plant. It is an immense saving
in both time and money. 1
Another improvement is that the
council having furnished the means
the superintendent has had .the paint painters
ers painters busy. The water tower has receiv
ed new paint and the good work is
going on.
All in all, the plant is a far more
hopeful and good-looking proposition
than it was a year ago.
RUMANIA MISSED
ITS RADIOGRAMS
Paris, Sept. 6. The ministry of
war at Paris has received a wireless
message, according to the Intransig Intransig-eant,
eant, Intransig-eant, which says that the Rumanian
delegation has sent 75 radiograms
from Paris during the last two weeks,
but that none have arrived at their
destination.
Rumania's failure to receive at
Bucharest the messages of the su supreme
preme supreme council has caused much dis discussion
cussion discussion among the members of the
council, who could not at first take
seriously the Rumanian government's
announcement that it had not received
the council's notes.
Since August 15 the Bucharest
wireless station has not acknowledged
the receipt of any messages, but the
council also used the land lines, and
it was considered practically impos impossible
sible impossible for the messages to go astray.
The latest note of the council, which
is being carried to Bucharest by Sir
George R. Clark, of the British for foreign
eign foreign office, will unquestionably reach
the Rumanian premier, P. J. C. Brati Brati-ano,
ano, Brati-ano, and until that time no response
is expected from Bucharest.
BELLEVIEW
Belleview, Sept. 3. Miss Marjorie
Merrill and brother, Robert returned
Wednesday from a pleasant visit with
Mr. J. D. Carter and family at Lady
Lake.
The Belleview cemetery working
was held last Thursday and the men
worked hard hoeing and raking all
day, while the ladies prepared a nice
dir.ner at the town hall, which was
served and enjoyed by all at noon.
The athletic, literary and musical
society held its usual meeting at the
town hall Thursday night. A debate
was held, "Whether a Woman's Place
is the Home or in Business," by Rev.
Lawhon and Claude Abshire, and end ended
ed ended by it being decided a woman's place
was at home. Plans have been made
for a splash party at Smith Lake
Thursday evening. Every one is "invit "invited
ed "invited to join in a good swim with us.
Miss Ellie Tremere returned home
Friday from Boyet, where she has
been substituting as depot agent.
The Epworth League held a busi business
ness business meting at the Methodist parson parsonage
age parsonage last Friday evening.
Mrs. S. N. Smith left Friday for

Going to Force Unionism on Non Non-Union
Union Non-Union Men at the Muzzles
ofTheir Guns

(Associated Press)
Charleston, W. Va., Sept. 6. Five
hundred miners said to be armed left
Oak Grove this morning, and started -on
the march across the mountains to
Coal River, where, according to re reports,
ports, reports, they plan to force unionization
of the mines. The men took action de despite
spite despite the plea made last night by Gov Governor
ernor Governor Cornwell, who promised to do
all in his power to aid them.
Mine officials are accused of refus refusing
ing refusing the men permission .to organize a
union.
GOING TO USE MACHINE GUNS
Charleston, W. Va., Sept. 6. The
coal operators are reported to have
imported a carload of machine guns
to stop the marchers, which, accord according
ing according to a leader of the union men,
would exceed four thousand. v
C AMPFIRES OF
THE CONFEDERACY
Will Burn Again jn October for the
First Time Since 1865
Atlanta, Sept. 6. The campfires of
the Confederacy, quenched more than
fifty years ago at Appomatox, will
burn again in Atlanta for the j first
time since the surrender, when the
Confederate veterans hold their 29th
reunion here October 7-10.
At every one of these reunions the
veterans have had a camp, but they
have never had campfirfcs, nor have
they ever had such an encampment as
will be provided them in Atlanta.
Piedmont Park, the beautiful city
park that covers several acres in the
north side of the city, will be turned
over bodily to the veterans. Hundreds
of government tents, with govern government
ment government blankets, government cots and
other government material. will dot
the spacious sward. And, best of all,
the reunion committee is placing or orders
ders orders for scores of cartloads of fat
pine logs which will be used to make
fires, in the flames of which the old
comrades will vision again the scenes
of their glory and their battles.
Not all of the veterans will stay at
the- encampment, although most of
them wish to do so in order to hognob
with each other. Nearly two thou
sand, including the more aged and
infirm, will be placed in the homes of
Atlanta people who will have them as
their guests and bestow upon them
every hospitality. And even these old
men will journey out to the encamp encampment,
ment, encampment, only fifteen minutes' street car
ride from the center of the city, to be
with the other "boys" during the day.
Reservations arc now being made
by the hundreds in Atlanta by the
thousands of visitors who will come to
the reunion on the cheap rate of one
cent a mile which the government is
giving on all roads to any relative of
a veteran, whether living veteran or
dead, and to all of those connected of officially
ficially officially with the reunion.
Jacksonville, wher she will be the
guest, of her daughter, Miss Hazel
and friends at their little bungalow
on Main street.
Mrs. G. E. Merrill and daughter,
Gwendolyn, returned home Saturday
from a pleasant visit with Mr. and
Mrs. O. B. Sias at Bradentown.
Mr. Will Freer and family, Mrs.
Myers, Bessie Mae Loften, Nannie
Redding, Marjorie Merill, Freeman
Hames and Mittie McClendon, attend attended
ed attended the fifth Sunday meeting at Oak
last Sunday.
Miss Eleanor Abshire called on
relatives in Oak Sunday. v
Miss Mary A. Gale left Sunday
night for Arcadia, where she will
teach this year.
School began Monday with our
same teachers, Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Ashworth.
Mr. Jim Shedd, J. A. Greeman and
son Roy, Tom and Freeman Hames
and C. A. Tremere 'attended the
funeral services of Mr. John L. Car Carney
ney Carney in Ocala Sunday afternoon.
Rev. C. M. Brittain of Ocala will
preach at the Baptist church next
Sunday at 3 o'clock. Everyone is cor cordially
dially cordially invited to attend.
Mr. Lloyd Maier of Wildwood called
on Miss Clara Mae Crosby Sunday.
Mrs. W. M. Wilson, Mrs. W. E.
Smith, Mrs. G. C. Greene and Mrs. J.
T. Blalock of cala were guests of Mrs.
Delbert Haskell last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Sumner left
Monday for South Carolina, where
they will visit a while before going to
North Carolina, and then returning
home.
Ladies, use Nalloid Cuticle pack packages,
ages, packages, and keep your nails in good
shape. Sold only at Gerigs Drug Store
at 25 cents the package. tf



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whether they are democrats or not,
will be justified in disregarding the
primary and voting against Grace. It

would be more honorable to vote for

loyal negro.
Mexicans report capturing four

more of the bandits that murdered
John W. Correll and assaulted his
wife.. The trouble about the Mexican

authorities is that they capture any
old bandit, or any other person who

is shy of friends, and punish him for
a crime, or say they do, tho' he may
never have been in fifty miles of

where the act was committed.

"TOIL IS THE LAW-

IS

(Miami Herald)
One trouble with many of us, today,
. that we have forgotten the thing

that Ruskin voiced in a few words:
"If vnu want lcnnisrlpde. vou mnst tnil

for it; if food, you must toil for it;

and if pleasure, you must toil for it.
Toil is the law."
Nothing is attained in this world
without toil, whether it be, as Ruskin
said, knowledge, food or pleasure, and
many of us are assuming that these
things can be secured without labor.
It is a case of our atking things for
granted. The toil of those who pre preceded
ceded preceded us in this life, and the toil of
those who have succeeded in this life

When we consider that one amend

ment to the Deace treaty, let alone

forty, will make it invalid unless the has created something of a surplus,
Dcace conference can be called to- asd we take that surplus as though it

gether again to accept it. the fool- were sometning tnaz nas descended
ishness of certain United States sen- uPon us like the ns from heaven,
ators is apparent. Even Knox's prop- and that it will always continue at
osition, to reject the entire treaty, is our command.
more sensible, because it takes a But tne fact is that we have noth noth-Snrf
Snrf noth-Snrf t fViA mo rplf ine that we or some one else of us

has not paid for with infinite labor of

;i .v, w hand or brain: If we are not paying

old road thru Silver Springs hammock ? la.bo or our, own fo- some .ne
and use it as a street. It would cut lse .1S d?m for us' f we re in;
off.over a quarter of a mile of the dis- dulS m pleasures that we do not
tance to the springs and do away ourselves Pay or.: some one else is

A very little work n that, for toil is the law.

nuu, ui v.uui 2C tue gicav uuuuic is
with the most of us that we want to
shirk some of our responsibility under
that law.

Europe has had five years of fight- In an interview on Labor Day, Vice

g ana nas iosi mosi oi its aisposi- prpsi(ipnt Marshall o-avc utterance

rSJifilSa nn8:itt1nwh,ch wiU 1 i?n for the t1? ?f ho.nes wo.rk' some such thought when he said:

mere are a large numDer in America 0ne of the old ideas of the repub repub-who
who repub-who never did nave any disposition lic waa that the limit of striving for
for it. and the two classes may swamp success was the limit of capacity and
the .world in a disaster worse than endurance. The real evil which we are

leisure. I speak in a censorious way,

An aeroplane funeral is the latest because I am myself the laziest of the
thing in conveying the dead to the lazy. I only beg the thoughtful con con-cemetery.
cemetery. con-cemetery. Why not leave provision sideration of younger men who have
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olis. whether the only way in which to meet

Some of them are not going that I the increasing difficulties of American

way. (life, is not by additional striving to

Rrcduce more, earn more, to

with the necessity

railroad twice.

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sible possible in every line of banking. We
hold ourselves ready at all times
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CLASS IN HOME HYGIENE
AND CARE OF THE SICK

The American plan to internation internationalize
alize internationalize Thrace has been negatived.
Commissioner McRae seems dis-
posed to put Bevo, Schlitz and kindred

beverages on the bunk. j
Thorn of the Palm Beach Post says
politics makes strange jail-fellows. It
doesn't make as many as it should.
The profiteers and the people who
want a day's pay for. two-thirds, or
1 less, of a day's work, are bringing on
this country a panic that will be the
worst it has ever known.
Notice to our friends generally:
When you come to the Star's editorial
; room, please bring your own pencil.
We only use the best, and on an aver average
age average we have one carried off a week.
Headline in an exchange says
"Teach the Boys and Girls to Speak."

If we had to be a boy again and know

what we know now, we would hire a

real smart man to teach us how not

to sjieak.

Lake county autoists in full force
will join the Ocala Motor Club and

its friends in their motorcade through
Polk, Hillsborough and Pinellas coun

ties Sept. 23-27. It promises to be a

great trip.

The Baptists are putting on a drive
to raise $75,000,000; the Methodists

made a big. drive a few months ago,

and we suppose the other churches
will follow suit. Sometimes we are

glad we are a heathen.

. The following high tribute to the

piety of the governor, of Florida ap

pears in the, Plant City Courier:

''Whatever may be said of Governor

Catts, it. cannot be said that he is

worse than an infidel. You know the

good book says that 'he that provid

etn not for his own household is

worse than an infidel.' M

Grace, the copperhead mayor of

Charleston, who justified the sinking
of the Lusitania, has been nominated

to succeed himself in the democratic
primary. The gentlemen who once
influenced public affairs in Charleston

must have become immensely in the
minority. Patriots in Charleston,

DICKIE SAYS

econo-

Lake county is to be congratulated. I mize more, and to save more."

has "Push and Smile" Powell en- Not by evasion of shirking are we

gaged afs secretary of its chamber of I to accomplish anything. It has been

commerce, and he'll make things hum. I pointed out, time and again, that the

Ar a publicity man and all 'round I real solution of our present difficulties

booster, Powell has few equals in the would be found in increasing produc-

country. Lakeland Teelgram. Ition, and that is 3ucha plain proposi-

Our sentiments, exactly. Ition that there is none so dull as not

to be able to comprehend it.- Produc

Gov. Catts says the Knights of Co- tion comes only by labor, and not by

lumbus are the ones who objected to I labor of the few, only, but by the

his making a speech at Pensacola last! united labor of all.

veek.. But there were no Knights of I We must throw off this tendency to

Columbus in the crowd which told I labor less if we are to save ourselves,

him he couldn't make a political I cur country and those who come after

speech at Wildwood the other day. I us, for labor to the limit of our capac

ity is the inexoraole law from which

Major Green, the state health offi-1 civilization cannot escape.

cer, issues a warning against raDies.

He says people should be careful not
only about strange dogs but their

own. iis warning is timely. Hydro

phobia is one of the most uncomfort uncomfortable
able uncomfortable of diseases to die of.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

Maybe, after all, it was labor that

won the war. Labor wins most eve- FOR SALE Splendid 8-room house,

rything nowadays. bt. Petersburg modern conveniences, beautiful loca

Times.

Most of the labor that won the war

was -done by the men in khaki. All

other labor was secondary.

with

tion; possession at once. Call quick.

F. W. Ditto. 6-3t

The people who find fault

Ocala for running on its own timeJfi.ce.

and say it is possible only in a small

LOST Somewhere on Fort King ave

nue, top from radiator of Hudson
super six. Please return to Star of-

5-3t

town, are referred to Cleveland, O., a FOR SALE At reasonable price,
big city which, also runs on its own Ford Sedan, in trood condition. Call

time, which is an hour behind rail-lnf 913 ff rino 3f nala TTlo AS-

r maw 9mf fthva viWf jl. &i.mm w

read time.

rUK SAui Maxwell touring car,

1917 model, in good condition. Price

$350. Apply at Star office. 3-3t

TEMPLE ATTRACTIONS

Today, Sept. .6th: Bessie Barriscale

in "Josselyn's Wife," and Sunshine! LOST Gold monogram watch fob on

comedy. black. ribbon. Lost Thursday, August

Monday, Sept. 8: Montague -Love in 2 J, in Ocala or on road between Ocala
"Through the Toils," and L-Ko. com- and Dunnellon. Liberal reward if re reedy,
edy, reedy, turned to Star office. "Watch Fob." 33t

Tuesday, Sept. 9: Nazimova in "An

Eye for an Eye," and International FOR SALS A miscellaneous lot of

News. first class household furniture at my
Wednesday, Sept. 10: George residence on South Third street. In In-Walsh
Walsh In-Walsh in "Putting It Over," and Ford quie at Maxwell Agency. R. R. Car Car-Weekly,
Weekly, Car-Weekly, roll. 3-tf

Thursday. Sept. 11: Theda Bara in

"When Men Desire," and Mutt and WANTED Two or three school girl
Jeff. boarders. Apply to 615 Sanchez street.

Friday, Sept. 12: Mabel Normand in I Mrs. Frank Lytle. 2-10t

"The Pest," and Hearst News.

To further universal health educa education
tion education and protection, the Red Cross is
urging the extension of its course in
home hygiene and care of the sick, and
believes that this instruction should

be available to every woman and girl

in the country.

This course is not intended or ex

pected to prepare women to assume

the responsibilities of a graduate

nurse in a case of serious illness but

it does fit them to care for minor ill

nesses and emergencies occuring in
every household.

The course consists of fifteen les

sons of about one and one-half, hours
duration each. One half of each les

son period is ordinarily devoted' to

theoretical instruction and the other
half to practical work and demonstra

tion.

In order to help defray expenses a

fee of $1 is charged each person de

siring to take; this course, which re requires
quires requires about two weeks to complete it.

A trained nurse sent from head

quarters in Atlanta will arrive in
Ocala about Sept. 15 as instructor for
classes. If a sufficient number take
the lessons a night class will be ar

ranged to enable those who can not

attend the day classes to take advant

age of the night lectures.

All those desiring to join this class

in home hygiene and care of the sick,
please phone 152 or leave their names

at the Red Cross headquarters at the
Board of Trade rooms. All names
must be in before Sept. 12th.

The following is an outline of the
fifteen chapters of the text book

which has been adopted by the Amer

ican Red Cross as a basis for the

couse:

Causes and Prevention of Sickness.

Health and the Home.
Babies and their Care.
Indications of Sickness.

Equipment and Care of the Sick

Room.
Beds and Bedmaking.
.Baths and Bathing.

Appliances and Methods for the

Sick Room.
Feeding the Sick.
Medicines and Other Remedies.

Application of Heat Cold and Coun

ter Irritant.

Care of Patient with Communicable

Disease.

Common Ailment sand Emergen

cies.

Special Points in the Care of Chil

dren, Convalescents, Chronics and the

Aged.

Questions for Review.
Get ready your fall garden. We

have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf

BRIDGES SEED COMPANY
All Varieties ol Fresh
Garden and Field Seed

Smith Grocery Company Old Stand
N. Magnolia SL Ocala, Fla.

i .WArr X osTNCf Ly
UNDERSTOOD TWfcf
WAStaoT vugrrfEn

Saturday, Sept. 13: William Des- FOR SALE Cottage with four rooms

mend in "Mint of Hell," and Sunshine land hall. All modern improvements

comedy. land good neighborhood. Apply to F.

Monday, Sept. 15: Olive Thomas in W. Ditto, Main St., Ocala, Fla. 2-t

"Follie Girls," and L-Ko. comedy.

Tuesday, Sept. 16: Clara Kimball CORN SACKS FOR SALE Louis R.

Young in "The Better Wife." and In- Chazal & Sons Co., Ocala, Fla.

ternational News. l8-26-12t.

Wednesday, Sept. 17: Albert Ray in

Be a Little Sport," and Ford Weekly. CORN SHELLER FOR SALE 60 bu.
Thursday, Sept. 18: Douglas Fair- per hour capacity: 5 h. p. engine re-

banks in "In Again and Out Again," quired to operate. Louis R. Chazal &

and Mutt and Jeff. Sons Co.. Ocala. Fla. 8-26-12t

. 1 w w

Friday, Sept. 19: Pauline Frederick

in "One Week of Life," and Hearst I WANTED Your xrder

grade

Office.

office stationery.

for high
Star4 Job

26-tf

News.

Saturday, Sept. 20: Beatrix Michel-

na in "Just Squaw," and Sunshine!

comedy. FOR SALE Two horses, weight 1000

Monday, Sept. 22: Kitty Gordon in leach; one two-horse wagon and har-

The Scar, and L-Ko. comedy. ness in good shape. Address or see

Tuesday, Sept. 23: Norma Tal- A. A. Robinson, Anthony, Fla. 25-12t

madge in "The Way of Woman," and

International News. FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and sell
Wednesday, Sept. 24: Taylor Holmes second hand furniture. Experts put it

in "Upside Down." and Ford Weekly.! in good condition before re-selling.

Thursday, Sept. 25: Evelyn Nesbit Repair sewing machines, lawn mow

in "Thou Shalt Not," and Mutt and ers, enamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
Jeff. 310, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf

Friday, Sept. 26: Tom Moore, in

"One of the Finest" and Hearst I WOOD Phone 146 for all lenirhths

News. I oak or pine wood; thoroughly season-

Saturday, Sept. 27: Sessue Haya-led. Special price on quantity orders.

If Evcpyttiing Was As
Oieap As Oup Ice
The cost of living would be as low as it was in the good old days.
No use worrying, however, because it isn't that way. Be glad that
ice is helping to keep down the cost of living, besides giving yoa
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had.
Ocala lice & PacMimgj Co.

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FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EM BALM ERS
AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
chug! for delirery of casket, anywhere ixj or night.
WILBUR SMITH. SAM B. PYLES'JB,
, Licensed EmbeJmers
Offico Phono 10 Night Phonos 225 or 423

SAVE MONEY ON MEAT
We always handle the best fresh meat to he
had and our prices are always the lowest.
Round Steak 25c IBest Pork Chops 35c
Xoin Steak 30c Pork Sausage 25c
Stew Meat 16c
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc.
MEW- YORK MEAT MARKET

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PHONE 110

The Star is an advertising' medium thru which yon can reach Ocala people.

J. n. Spencer

W. R. Pedrich

THE (BCALA GA EMGIIME WdDEMS
Local Agents for tlie OM ReliaMe
EUJnCM AUJTdDMdDEIULIE

Announces that they are now Handling Storage Batteries and
maintain a fully equiped service station for recharging batteries.
Complete line of GOODYEAR and UNITED STATES Tires and
Tubes. All kinds of Automobile Accessories, and a full line of
parts for the BUICK.

GASOIME

OILS

GEEASE

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SPENCER & PEDRICH, Proprietors.

" When Better Automobiles Are Built Buick Will Build Them

Ocldawalia Avenne and Osceola SL

Ocala, Florida

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comedy.

His Debt," and Sunshine Put in your winter
I Smoak's Wood Yard.

supply now.
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MICKEY IS THE STAR DEVIL



OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1919

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SECOND MAN CAMS I

We have on hand several second hand automo automobiles
biles automobiles that have been thoroughly overhauled jvhich
we are offering at specially attractive prices.
Two FofcI TouFliifi Cars
One Ford TfucIc
One Buick 4 with Starter
Call and look these over. They are real bargains
at the price we are selling them.

ocala mm woeks garage

N. Main St.

Ocala, Florida.

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

Send Us Your
BLANKETS, RUGS
ANB COMFORTS
They will
RECEIVE CAREFUL
ATTENTION
OCALA SHA1 LAUWDEY
PHONE 101

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Advertise arid get Results.

Grace Episcopal
(Twelfth Sunday After Trinity)
11 a. m. Holy communion- Ser

mon, Subject, "Strangers and Pilgrims."

Baptist
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. Classes

for all ages and sizes.

11 a. m. Seimon by Dr. C. L.

Collins of DeLand.

7 p. m. Junior and Senior B. Y. P.

Unions.

8 p. m. Evangelistic service. At

the close of the evening sermon the
ordinance of baptism will be administered.

The Wednesday evening prayer ser

vice is growing in interest.

C. M. Brittair., Pastor.
Methodist
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. L. W.

Duval, superintendent.

This is missionary day.
11 a. m. Preaching by Rev. H. C.

Hardin.

7:15 p. m. Epworth League.
8 p. m. Preaching by Rev. H. C.

Hardin.

8 p. m. Wednesday, prayer meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Rev. H. C. Hardin is -a brother of

the pastor here and has been blessed

this year in saving souls, and has

been successful as a preacher, pastor
and revivalist. Be sure and hear this
young pastor.

I will be away for two weeks tak taking
ing taking a needed rest and I ask our mem members
bers members and friends to do their part and
be loyal to your work in your church.
Smith Hardin, Pastor.
Christian Science Society
10 a. m. Sunday school.
II a. m. Sunday service.
8 p. m. Wednesday.
Reading room in Commercial Bank
building, second floor, open daily ex except
cept except Sunday, from 3 to 5 p. m.
ANNOUNCEMENT

The Philathea class of the Ocala
Baptist Sunday school will hold its
regular meeting in the morning at
9:45. It is requested that all memers
bs present and all who are interested
in the work are cordially invited.
Publicty Secretary.
Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick has secured
a complete line of the GAGE Sport
and Ready-to-Wear Hats for ,the fall
season. There is an exquisite smart smartness
ness smartness in design that makes them the
choice of fashion's most critical lead leaders..
ers.. leaders.. (Wear Gossard Corsets.) 5-3t

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flMMaXS

Offering Modes of
beautiful flounced
voiles and combina combina-tions.
tions. combina-tions. Fof

Mpfflsy9- ScspttomltoeiF SflUn

Amy Bf Elm fflhe Eorase (D)
Some ol these sold up to $15.00 J-tO Qy

These Frocks have not
been reduced only to stim stimulate
ulate stimulate buying but actually
lowered so radically in price
as to insure immediate dis disposal
posal disposal of every garment
Most of them are samples or one-of-a-kind styles,
so early choice is most advisable.
None Sent on Approval. None Charged.

" The Fashion Center

Florida

OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any society items for
the Star, please phone five-two-three.
Tomorrow, the first Sunday of the
month, mass at St. Philips Catholic
church will be at nine o'clock.

The Methodist sewing circle will
meet Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock
at the residence of Mrs. Frank Harris.
Miss Kathleen Boyd of Dade City
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. E.
Goodwin for a visit of several weeks.

WISE AND OTHERWISE

Messrs. Edward Green and Norton
Davis, in the former's Stutz car, went
to Daytona today to spend the weekend.

Mrs. W. H. Chambers and little
daughter, who have been in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville visiting relatives, returned to
Ocala yesterday.
Mrs. Frank Bourlay and little son,
who have been the guests of Mrs. G.

C. Shephard the past week, returned
to their home in Orlando today.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Marsh have

rented the residence of Mrs. Mamie
Fox on North Sanchez street and ex

pect to take possession about the 15th.

Mrs. William Essex, a former resi-J

dent of Ocala, who has been the guest
of Mrs. R. F. Rogers since Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, returned to her home at Palatka
today.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hall, who have
been the euests of Mr. and Mrs. De-

hon, are leaving today for their home

in Orlando, accompanied by Mrs. De De-hon,
hon, De-hon, who will visit Mrs. Hall for a
short while.

Wise and Otherwise
Even an umbrella now and then is
borrowed by the best of men.
No bathing suit can be more modest
than the conduct of she or he who
wears it.
Mavbe when the hotels cut out their

fancy French menus they'll cut out
the fancy prices. Or will they charge

more for letting patrons know wnat

they are eating.

We wonder why it is that the big
fat man who attends a certain church
near the square each Sunday morning,
joins in with so much spirit in singing
"Blest Be the Tie that Binds?"
There are some people .who do not
want the earth, but it is because they
don't want the bother of looking after
it.

At last there is a way to extermi exterminate
nate exterminate the roaches from your house.
' Roach Doom" is it's name and it can
he had at the Court Pharmacy under
:i guarantee. 19-tf

Mae Marsh at the Temple yesterday
played the role of the pretty Irish
colleen, who came to America and be became
came became a chorus girl and won her sobri sobriquet
quet sobriquet of "Spotlight Sadie" by reading
the Bible between acts.
Mrs. J. K. Dickson and daughter,
Elizabeth, after eight weeks at Dula
Springs, N. C, have gone to Ander Andersen,
sen, Andersen, S. C. They will return to Ocala
about October 1st.
The condition of Mr. M. A. TenEyck

who sustained injuries-1 by a fall
Thursday afternoon, is reported as

being satisfactory this morning, or as

good as could be expetced, further ex examination
amination examination revealing no broken bones.

Dr. C. L. Collier one of the most

forceful speakers of the Baptist de

nomination in Florida, will speak a1

the Baptist church tomorrow morning,

ard oubtless a large crowd will greet
him.

Mrs. L. J. Knight went to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville this afternoon for a week-end
visit to her sister, Mrs. T. W. Field Fielding,
ing, Fielding, and was accompanied by her
yeung son, Billy, who will remain with
his aunt for a week's visit.

Mr. D. W. Tompkins and family,
who are having a most pleasant vaca vacation
tion vacation at Waynesville, N. C, send their

best wishes to their Ocala friends.
They are enjoying good mountain ra rations
tions rations and delightful weather.

Mr. P. H. Hensley, the new princi

pal of the Ocala schools, paid the Star

a pleasant calT this morning. Mr.

Hensley comes to Ocala with a fine

record, and looks like a capable man.
The Star will be able to give him the

same help and co-operation it has
rendered to his predecesors.

Going to Tampa yesterday in their

car were Mr. and Mrs. G. R. McKean,

who had been to Camp Junaluska,

near Waynesville, N.. C, to get their

daughter, Marie, who had spent the
summer there. Mr. and Mrs. McKean
were accompanied by Miss Maisie

Welch of Sarasota and Miss Isabella
Lowry of Tampa, the latter having

been at camp this summer also.

Today at the Temple Bessie Bar-

riscale will be seen in "Josselyn's

Wife," a film dramatization of the

novel by Kathleen Norris. In this

story, she takes the part of the beau

tiful young wife who has reason to be
jealous of her husband's step-mother.
The eternal triangle is the theme, and

the part of the little boy in the play is
taken by the child prodigy, Ben Alexander.

Miss Ada Michael, principal of one

of. the state high schools for girls at

Oriental, N. C, who has been spend spending
ing spending some time with her sister, Mrs.
J. H. Therrell, letf yesterday for her
home at Lexington, N. C, going by
way of Palatka and the East Coast.

Mrs. Therrell accompanied her as far
as Jacksonville, where they will spend
seme time, after which Mrs. Therrell
will visit White Springs, Albany, In

dian Springs and Macon, Ga., return returning
ing returning to Ocala about the middle of Oc October.
tober. October. Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick's Fall Mil Millinery
linery Millinery gives distinctiveness, elegance
and dignity to the well dressed woman.
Glad to show these hats to every one.
Corner Harrington Hall hotel. Phone
310. (Wear a Gossard Corset). 5-3t

It's very well to be a live wire, but
it is not necessary to scorch every everybody
body everybody with whom you come in contact.
The bluffer may get by, but it is not
often that he can come back. If the
cat doesn't come back it is usually not
because she is dead, but because she
has found a better home.
Beauty may be skin deep, but be believe
lieve believe me, homeliness goes clear to the

bone.
"Absent but not forgotten." is quite
often preffer to "Present but not ap appreciated."
preciated." appreciated." Money talks. Did you ever see a
man's head on a silver dollar?
Texas, we are told, is making saus sausages
ages sausages out of jack rabbits. Well, in the
li C. of L. gamble there's not many
places in this country that have even
jack rabbits for openers. Texas is a
fortunate state.

A wood nymph found her husband
by looking in a pool A woman in this

town found her husband the other

night by looking in a pool room.

It is sad to love and be unloved, but

sadder still to be unable to love.

A Hindu prophet sent us a message

the other day in which he stated that

it was "in the silence that follows a

storm that we should search for the
flower of love, and not in the silence

before it."

Evil is wickedness strayed from the

path.

The Chicago Tribune rightly says

that "if the working man would be as
conservative and economical in his

personal expenditures as the business
man and the business man's family
the high cost of living would be

bound to drop. Millionaires do not buy

$12, $18 and $20 shoes, neither do they
buy $100 suits of clothes or dresses

and the expensive lingerie so attrac
tively displayed in the shops. Sta

tistics show its the working man

flushed with high wages who pays
the top pricees, or the piper for the

dance."

These are hot summer days, even

the worm refuses to turn, and the

lounge lizard prefers to remain sta

tionery upon his luxious couch, too

lazy to move. But what we observe of

the queerest of queer stunts is, that
the hotter the day the more girls you

will see on the streets in those new

fangled garish colored sweaters.

If parents are not particular as to

their own manners, if they are not
careful in their choice of words, if

they do not control their tempers, if
they are not polite and considerate in
their treatment of each other, if their

table manners are below standard,
they need not be surprised to see their
children growing up deficient in man

ners. And thus growing up, they wil
be handicapped, in effecting the socia

relationship that counts for so much
in the winning of happiness and suc

cess.

If you wish to be wise,
Keep these words before thine eyes

"What thou speakest and how, beware,

Of whom, to whom, when and where.

Don't trust chatter, who whispers low

and tells you stones of Frue and Joe

For sure as truth, when he whispers

to Joe and Prue
Hell tell them many a tale of you."

In other words, the same dog tha

brings you a bone will all the more
eagerly carry one, and not always

straight.

m
Have you ever noticed how in placid
waters everything which is highest in

reality is lowest in the reflection? The
higher the trees the lower the image.
So it is in the picture of the world.
What is highest in this is lowest in

the other, and what is hi eh est in that

world is lowest in this. Gold is the top

most theme here, and we are told that

the streets are paved with it over

there, and that every and ever the last

shall be first.

GOOD TfflBIGS
TO EAT DRINK

Swedish Style Milk Wafers for
'afternoon tea or to serve with
salads.
Swan's Down Cake Flour.
Educator Bran Cookies, a pala palatable,
table, palatable, laxative food.
Baby Educator Teething Rings,
the baby's blessing.
Campfire Marshmallows.
Glace Cherries.
Crosse & Blackwell's Vinegar.
Apple Nectar.
Duffy's Apple Juice.
Loganberry Juice.
Grapefruit a la Chaxnpagns.
Cliquot Ginger Ale.
Boiled Cider.

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GROCERY
Phones - 16 and 174

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COURT PHARMACY

See Me
For All Classes OI
Stone Brick, Wood,
and Concrete
Building
J. D. McCasMll
Contractor

Phone 446. 728 Weaona SL

DONT NEGLECT
t
Your home to protect
From loss by destruction from
fire!
You can't expect
With this defect
The peace which you desire.
. L T. IZLAB
Ocala, Florida.

DR. G. A. EDMISTON
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Veterinary, Physician and Surgeon
Phone 38 M

Ocala - Florida

We observe that the fellow who

keeps his house and grounds in cood

condition, invariably uses the same

care and taste in his business career.

However innocent of it he may be. and

he may not at the time realize his

strength, but all the while he is build

mg for himself a reputation which

pushes him along in the game of life
His example is one that' should be ex

emplified by his town and community.

Get some pep into your soul and make

your home look as tho it had an owner

and somebody cared. Of course, the
Dublic doesn't mind whether you care

or not, but do it anyway and you will

find in the end your efforts .have paid

you an hundred. fold for every dollar's

worth of energy expended. Noah was

a hundred years old before he learned
how to build the ark. So don't lose
your grip. You may do something
wonderful for your town and commu

nity yet.

We wonder why it is that a certain
popular bachelor, woh the girls de declare
clare declare "looks too sweet for anything
when wearing a Stetson hat," insists
upon wearing a little round spinner-

shaped affair. Some of his friends
have advanced the opinion that may maybe
be maybe it is because of its "dollar shape."



OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1919

w

CARNTHOMAS

LL MOVE

Next Thursday
September 11th.
To the rooms formerly
occupied by Gerig's Drug
Store in the
R1ERCHANTS BLOCK

NO DRUGS are
used by the Op

tometrist in ex-

p gg, yarning and fit-
ting the eyes.

T

Fresli Meal
CALL 519
The Old Reliable is Open
Again
Becst Steaks 30c
Quick Delivery x
J. B. PawMns

LATEST LOCALS

We regret to learn of the illness of

Mr. J. W. Talley.

Sheriff Coleman of Sumter county,

was in the city yesterday.

A nackasre of Cedar Compound in

vour Diano will probably save a repair

bill. Gerig's Drug Store. tf

Mrs. Roarer Dodd and son, Roger

Jr., are home from their summer visit

to Ringgold, Ga.

Mr. Albert Hairis, Misses Caroline

Harris and Margaret Eddins are

spending the week-end at Daytona
Beach.

The ladies are invited to call at the

Style Hat Shop and see the new line
of Fall and Winter Hats now on dis

play. 28-tf

Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Van Engelken

expect to leave next Week for a ten
days visit to the mountain resorts of
North Carolina.

Cam and Mrs. McLean, who included f

iYJi illlU JUS. J. X. 1 uimo, auu
Mrs. M. F. .Johnson and children, Mr.
and Mrs. T. H. McLean and Miss Mar Mar-cella
cella Mar-cella McLean, Miss May Kendall of
Charlotte, N. C, and Dr. Peek.
FALL MILLINERY

THE ALA KIATOOWAL AMK

Miss Kate Robertson, who has been

spending several weeks with her sis

ters, Mrs. H. C. Bilbro and Mrs. E. M.
Hastings, has returned to her home in

Wetumpka, Ala.

It kills the bedbugs, and destroys
all the eggs as well in fact, it exter exterminates
minates exterminates the whole breed wherever
you apply it BEDBUG DOOM. It
s for sale only at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. 19-tf
Carroll Fraser has probably made

hir last trip across the ocean until the
next war His ship, the Powhatan,

has been taken out of commission,
and Carroll will probably obtain his

discharge and come home within the
next few weeks.

Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick wishes those
considering the very -smartest in mil

linery to see the new fall line now on
display at Harrington Hall corner.
Phone 310. (Wear Gossard Corsets.) f

Mrs. W. D. Cam and Mrs. T. M.
McLean entertained some of the boys
who are leaving for school this' week,
with a picnic dinner yesterday at the
home of the latter on Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. The table was set" under a big
oak tree on the lawn" and laden with
all kinds of good things. Enjoying
this spread .. were Marshall Cam,
James and Bob Chace, Otis Green and
a number of the neighbors of Mrs.

The line of fall and winter hats now
on display here are the latest .models,
and the beautiful colorings include all
the late and most popular shades. The

prices will be found very reasonable,

considering the quality.

AFFLECK MILLINERY PARLOR,

6-tf Ocala House Block.

Mr. B. D. Blackburn has the sympa

thy of his friends in the loss of his sis

ter, Mrs. W. H. Long of Mt Airy, N.

C, who passed away Thursday. Mr.

and Mrs. Blackburn went to Mt. Airy

two weeks ago for a visit to Mrs.

Long, who had been ill for some time,

but Mr. Blackburn had to return to

h)3 business, leaving his wife, who
was with Mrs. Long at the time of her
death. Deceased leaves a husband and
four children, William, who visited in

Ocala last summer, and Elizabeth,
who was the guesi. of her uncle this

spring, and two others.

Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick if showing
the new, improved, snug hats suitable
for all occasions. Reasonably priced.
Make your selections early while the
stock is complete. (Wear a Gossard

Corset). Comer Harrington Hall ho hotel.
tel. hotel. Phone 310. 5-3t

The time is now here for the farmers to buy their
feeders for this fall, and winter. We will be glad to
finance any good farmer in this line of business. Come
in and talk the matter over with us.
Jno. L. Edwards, President.

RESO

QJE1G1S

OVEB

m ILUOfJ DOLLARS

RAILROAD

SCHEDULES

Arrival and Departure of passenger

trains at OCALA UNION STATION.

The following schedule figures pub

lished as information and not guaranteed.

(Eastern Standard Time)

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

f : ; ;

Bring Is Vour Automobile

Our Garage is fully equipped for all kinds of General Repairs,
including Oxy-Acetylene Welding, Electric Valve Grinding, etc Cars
washed and polished, $1. Night service by appointment.
OILS, GAS AND ACCESSORIES

BMJVIER'S GARAGE

Phone 516 or 117

Ft. King and Magnolia.
I

1 in

The fire yesterday shortly after

noon was in the garage of Mr. L. A.
Gabel on Sanchez street. One of the
younger Gabel boys started a blaze in
some excelsior to fill a toy balloon

with smoke, and becoming frightened
began to scream, which attracted
young Pinckney Clement to the scene.

He soon secured a hose and had the
fire extinguished before the firemen
arrived. The fire was very near the
automobile gas .tank, ariti by this

boy's presence of mind, a serious con conflagration
flagration conflagration was probably averted.

When packing your Dlankets and

winter clothing, think of Cedar Com-

pound, which will keep moths away;

25 cents the package at Gerig's Drug

Store. tf

Leave Arrivfc

1:20 am Jacksonville-New York 2:10 am

1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pm

2:15 am Tanxpa-Manatee-

St. Petersburg 2:15 am

1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:25 pm
4:25 pm TVmpa-St. Petersburg 4:05pm

ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD

Leave Arrive

2:12 pm J'cksonTllle-New York 2:15 am.
1:45 pm. J'ksonville-G'inesvllle 3:35 pm,
8:42 am. JksonTille-0'nesvlll 10:12 pm.
3:15 a.m. St. Pet'sbrgr-Lkelan 2:12 am.

3:35 pm St. Pet'sburg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:40 am. Du'nellon-L'keland 11:02 pm.

5:25pm. Homosassa 1:35 pm.

iu :13 pm. ieesDurg i:izua

4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am

Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.

Mr. M. W. Lloyd is home from a

visit to his family in Richmond. He
expects to bring them to Ocala- about

Oct. 1.

TEBBI3LYSW01USM

Scffering Described As Torture

Relieved by Black-Draught.

GO TO

Bo Q O L ID) M A M 9
FOR
Coffins and Caskets,
Furniture, Etc.
DayPlione:253 Nighi.Piione 511
L. HURST, MANAGER

Ocala Fla.

Magnolia Street,
Opposite Court House.

YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MORE"

Get ready your fall garden. We

have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf

Be sure to call and inspect the pret-j
ty new line of fall hats we are now
showing. Affleck Millinery parlor,1

Ocala House Block. 6-tf

Mr. C. C. Fraser and family are

having a vacation at Daytona Beach.

The Style Hat Shop now has a
complete line of Fall and Winter Hats.

Call and see them. 28-tf

.

We Guarantee Every Eclipse Gas Range for 5 yr
There is an Eclipse to fill any need. 10 discount for the next thirty days.

SEE THE GAS COM

Miss Margaret Walters is enjoying

her vacation in Newberry, S. C.

The new fall hats we are now show

ing are all the latest and most ex exclusive
clusive exclusive designs, and the ladies are in invited
vited invited to call and see them. Affleck
Millinery Parlor, Ocala House Block, f
FOR RENT One hundred, acres of
good grass with good water. Apply

to C. P. Howell, Ocala, Fla. 6-6t

W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,

Florida. tf

Rossville, Ga. Mrs. Kate Lee Able, bl

this place, writes: "My husband is an
engineer, and once while lifting, he in injured
jured injured himself with a piece of heavy ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, across the abdomen He was
so sore he could not bear to press on
himself at all, on chest or abdomen. He

weighed 163 lbs., and fell off until he

weighed 110 lbs., in two weeks.

He became constipated and it looked

like he would die. We had three different
doctors, yet with all their medicine, his
bowels failed to act. He would turn up
a ten-cent bottle of castor oil, and drink

it two or three days in succession. He
did this yet without result We became
desperate, he suffered so. He was swol swollen
len swollen terribly. He told me his suffering

could only be described as torture.

I sent and bought Thedford's Black-

Draught. I made him take a big dose.

and when it began to act he fainted, he
was in such misery, but he got relief and
begaj o mend at once. He got well,
and we both feel he owes his life to
Thedford's Black-Draught."

Thedford's Black-Draught will help you

to keep fit, ready for the day's work.

Try ttl NC-131

NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE

BEAN SEED

We have bean seed for fall plant-

ing; Wad well Kidney Wax at $10 per
bushel; green beans at $9 per bushel.

14-tf Ocali Seed Store.

NOTICE

Stephens & Halsell's shoe shop has

moved from the Carn-Thomas build

ing to the Burnett building, No. 12

Fort King avenue. 3-6t
SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE

See Us For

ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES

Of All Hinds
We are in Position to Furnish You on Short Notice with Anything
You need in Our Line from a Wall Cleat to a Completely Equipped
Electric Plant.

L. A. GABEL,
Proprietor.

DELCO LIGHT SHOP

107 E. Fort King

Telephone 499

Under and by virtue of a final decree

oT foreclosure and sale rendsred iby the

judge of the circuit court of the fifth
judicial circuit of Florida, sitting in
chancery within and for Marion county,

in a certain cause therein pending in
which the Commercial Bank of Ocala.

a corporation, was complainant, and

the Woodmar Investment Company, a

corporation, was defendant, said decree
being rendered on July 24th, 1919, the
undersigned, as special master in
chancery aiointed under and toy said

decree, will on
Monday, October 6th, A. D. 1919,

offer for sale and sell to the best and

highest bidder for cash, at the west

door of the court house in Ocala, Mar

ion county, Florida, between the hours
of eleven o'clock a. m. and two o'clock
p. m., the same being a legal sales day
and during the legal hours of sale, the

following described real property, sit

uated in Marion county, Florida, to-

wit:

Lots 2. 17, 18 of Anthony Grove Add!

tion to Eastlake Marion county. Flor

ida, as recorded in plat book A, page

1S3, in the office of the clerK or the cir

cuit court for Marion county, Florida:

Lots numbered 1, 3, 4, 6, 10, 12, 13, 14,
of the same Anthony Grove Addition as

aoove.

Also lots numbered 10, 24, 25, 41. 69,

70 as shown upon map of woodmar.
Eastlake, Marion county, Florida, as
recorded in the office of the clerk of the

circuit court for Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, in plat book A, at page 132.
Also lots numbered 2, 5, 6, 8, of block
No. 4 of the Florida Central Land Com Company's
pany's Company's subdivision of blocks 3 and 4 of
Allred's survey of the north half of the
southwest quarter of section 8. town township
ship township 15. south, range 22, east, 33 shown
upon map of said subdivision in plat
book' A, page 162, in the office of the
clerk of the circuit court for Marlon
county, Florida.
Also lot No. 12 of block No. 3 of the
same subdivision as above.
Said property being sold to satisfy
said decree and all costs.,
V. A. JEFFCOAT.
9-6-sat Special Master in Chancery.

Notice is hereby given that under

and by virtue of a final decree enter

ed by niie circuit court of the riilth

judicial circuit of Florida, in and for

JVianon county, m chancery, of date
August 29th. 1919. in a certain cause

therein pending in which William

Hocker is complainant and Frank B.

Turner is defendant, I, the undersign-

ea special master in chancery, ap appointed
pointed appointed in and by said decree to ex

ecute' the provisions thereof, will offer

for sale and sell to the highest and

best bidder for cash at the south door

of the Marion county court house, in

Ocala, Florida, on

Monday, the 6th day of October, 1919,

between the hours of 11 a. m. and 2 p.

m, certain real estate situated in Mar

ion county, Florida, to-wit:

Commencing at the southwest cor

! ner of the intersection "of Ocklawaha

avenue and Watula street in Ocala,

Florida, thence south 119. feet, thence

west 100 feet, thence north 119 feet,

thence east 100 feet to point of begin

ning, being a part of the same land

conveyed by r annie Gary to F. B.
Turner, as appears of record in deed
book 140 at page 183, of the public

records of said county.

F. R. Hocker,

E. H. Martin, Special Master.

Solicitor for Complainant. S0-5tsat

Keep out the moths with Cedar

Compound, 25 cents the package at

Gerig's Drug Store. tf

!McIver&MacKay

UNDERTAKERS and E1IBAL1IERS

PHONES 47. 104. ICS
OCALA. FLORIDA

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER

AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.

WIMlDTll STAG LOR!

TRANSFER AND STORAGE COMPANY

V

Negotiable
Storage Receipts
Issued on Cotton,
Automobiles, Etc
FIRE PROOF
STORAGE

Moving, Packing
Live Stock.
Pianos,
Machinery 'and
Furniture,
FIRE PROOF
STORAGE

We have first class trucks with competent drivers, and our
equipment will move yoa complete no matter what you possess.

U J lAi

PHONE 296

Schedule ol

SEVER SPRINGStOCMiA 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 Sunday's Schedule

Lr. Ocala Lr. Silver Spga.
9:00 A. Mi 2.-C0 P. ZL
1:30 P. M.... 4:00 P. LL
3:30 P. M...v 7:00 P. 1L
5:3$ P. M. 8:00 P. IL

Lr. Ocala Lr. Silver Spgs.
1:30 P. BL 2:00, P. M.
3:30 P. M 4:00 P. M.

5:30 P. BL 7:00 P. BL
7:30 P. BI 8:00 P. BL
9:30 P. BL 10:00 P. BL

9:30 P. BI ...10:00 P. IL

EdL CannmScluaiel, Proprietor

THE WIM1 MOTEL
Jacksonville, Florida.

In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for-a front 'yard.
Every modern convenience in each rooxa- Dining room service is
second to ncae. 1
RATES From 51.50 per Ay per person to $6.

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH,
Proprietor.

P. O. BOX 606

STAR JOB

DEPARTMENT

PHONE 51

LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS,
CIRCULARS, FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETSETC.
WE NEVER DISAPOINT A CUSTOMEk ON A
PROMISE. YOU GET THE JOB WHEN ITS DUE.

Read the Star Want Ads. It pays



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