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0CAL, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1919.
VOL 26, N0.;2I6
BRINGS MESSAGE BOSTON POLICE
CALL FOR EARLY IPERSHING LED THE
TO THE SENATE
SLAVS REFUSE FROM BELGIU
ON A STRIKE
BY THE LAW
To Sign Austrian Treaty Are Given Cardinal Mercier, the Hero Priest of
Until Saturday to j the Great War, is in
Comply j America
Made Today Characterize Jeague of
Nation an an Alliance that
Will Hr'eed War
Disorder in the City and
State Guard Has to be
' Striking Miners in the Scranton Re
Representatives of the Steel Workers
Declare that a Strike Cannot be
Of the First Division In New York,
and Two Million People Watched
the Troops Go By
gion are Violating Their
i Own Rules
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Washington, Sept. 10. Character Characterizing
izing Characterizing the league of nationH as an al alliance
liance alliance which will breed war. the ma majority
jority majority report of the Senate foreign
relation committee was made to the
The committee report contains four
reHervatiorm, concerning the Monroe
doctrine, Shantung, the right of the
United Statea to withdraw condi conditionally
tionally conditionally and the refusal of the United
States to preserve the territorial in integrity
tegrity integrity of any other country. The as asserted
serted asserted purpose of the proposed reser reservations
vations reservations was to preserve American
rights and sovereignty.
The report denounces the "attempt
to frighten the Tithinking by sug suggesting
gesting suggesting that if the Senate adopts the
amendments proposed the United
States way be excluded from the
league, and declares such a thing
would not hapiien, that other nations
would take us on our own terms, for
without us the league is a wreck, and
all gains from a victorious peace im imperilled.
CLASS IN IIOMK HYGIENE
AND CAKE OF THE SICK
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
bo available to ev;;ry woman and girl
in the country.
This course is not intended or ex expected
pected expected to prepare women to assume
tho responsibilities of a graduate
nurse in a caso of serious illness but
it does fit them to care for minor ill illnesses
nesses illnesses and emergencies occuring in
The course consists of fifteen les lessons
sons lessons of about one and one-half hours
duration each One half of each les lesson
son lesson period is ordinarily devoted to
theoretical instruction and the other
half to practical work and demonstra demonstration.
tion. demonstration. In order to help defray expenses a
fee of $1 is charged each person de desiring
siring desiring to take this course, which re requires
quires requires about two weeks to complete it.
A trained nurse sent from head headquarters
quarters headquarters in Atlanta will arrive in
Ocala about Sept. 1T as instructor for
classes, if a sufficient number take
the lessons a night class will be ar arranged
ranged arranged to enable those who can not
attend the day classes to take advant advantage
age advantage 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 neadquarters at the
Hoard 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 American
ican American Red Cross as a basis for the
Causes and Prevention of Sickness.
Health and the Home. V
Rabies and their Care.
Indications of Sickness.
Equipment and Care of the Sick
Reds and Hodmaking.
Raths afld Rathing.
Appliances .and Methods for the
Feeding the Sick.
Medicines i r.d Other Remedies.
Application of Heat Cold and Coun Counter
ter Counter Irritant
Care of Patient with Communicable
Common Ailment sand Emergen Emergencies..
cies.. Emergencies.. Special Points in the Care of Chil Chil-dien.
dien. Chil-dien. Convalescents, Chronics and the
Questions for Review.
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7RN'& IT MAKES
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Paris, Sept. 10. The Rusanian
and Jugo-Slavic delegates did not
sign the Austrian treaty and are
awaiting instructions from their
governments. Ths supreme council
has made Saturday the time limit for
them to state their intentions.
SESSION WAS SHORT
St. Germain, Sept. 10. Dr. Karl
Renner, head of the Austrian peace
delegation, signed the treaty this
morning, and he was followed by
Frank Polk, who signed for the Unit United
ed United States. A flurry was caused when
Paderewski, the Polish premier, en entered
tered entered the room. Premier Clemenceau
presided and the session lasted an
A Real Joy-Trip is Promised Motor Motor-ists
ists Motor-ists of Marion County
The Marion county motorcade into
South Florida September 23rd to 26th
promises to be a great trip. As yet it
is not known just how many cars will
be in line. The committee in charge
expects to have some idea of this by
the end of the week. It is hoped that
every section of the county will be
represented by one or more cars. The
motorcade is for the purpose of boost boosting
ing boosting Marion county, and of giving to
those who go an opportunity to see
South Florida, the progress being
made there, and of getting in touch
with the people along the route. It is
also an opportunity to get away from
business and out into the free air of
the open road.
Plans were being made last week,
looking to a joint motorcade of the
motorists of Lake and Marion county.
The idea of having the two counties
et together made an instant appeal.
At a meeting of the Marion county
committee Saturday night, however,
the proposed trip was discussed from
various angles and it was decided that
it would be best not to attempt a joint
motorcade. The committee is of the
opinion that cars from the two coun counties
ties counties would make too large a party and
one. difficult to handle on the road. A
large party would also make it diffi difficult
cult difficult to obtain satisfactory accommo accommodations
dations accommodations en route.
Those who fail to go on this trip
will miss a real treat. The weather
each day now is getting more and
more snap into it, and to get out on
the open road promises to have all
the joy possible in it.
Those going are being urged to take
the women of their families along.
The plan is to have five persons in
each seven passenger car and four in
the five passenger cars. It has been
suggested by the committee that each
car be a unit in the party and that
the owner of the car have all of his
expenses paid by the others in the
machine with him. Each car, however,
may arrange this any way that is
thought best. The finncial end of the
trip, in oth?r words, will be looked
after by each car separately. These
will, however, be a conductor in
charge of the entire motorcade, who
will give the necessary directions as
to the time of starting, length of
stops and such other directions as are
found necessary to keep the partv to
' jrether and running according to
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New York, Sept. 10 Cardinal Mer Mercier,
cier, Mercier, who is the guest of Archbishop
Patrick Hayes, declares that his mis mission
sion mission is to carry a message of love and
gratitude from Belgium to the Amer American
ican American people. The cardinal arrived
from Europe yesterday.
MAKING A DRIVE
FOR A MILLION
Marion County Post No. 1 of the Am American
erican American Legion Must Strive to Ob Obtain
tain Obtain Full Quota of Members
The American Legion, official or organization
ganization organization of the men who were in
service between April (Ah and Nov.
11th, 1018, is this month making a
drive for one million members. Flor Florida's
ida's Florida's quota of this number is 8979.
The quota of the local post has not
been named, but Marion County Post
No. 1 hopes to get as many new mem members
bers members as possible. The county organi organization
zation organization wants every man in the county
who is eligible to become a member.
The American Legion is going to
be a very powerful organization. Eve Every
ry Every man who is in servics should sub subscribe
scribe subscribe at once for the American Le Legion
gion Legion Weekly, whether he is a member
of the American Legion or not. If
he is not a member already, he is
sure to become one after reading the
weekly. The three dollars annual
dues of the Marion County Post No. 1
includes a year's subscription to the
weekly. Copies of the state and post
constitution and by-laws of the legion
may bevseen at any time at the Board
of Trade room in Ocala.
Meetings of the post in this county
are held on the first Thursday night
in each month and it is planned to
have several meetings with unusual
features several times during the
year. The objects of the American
Legion are set forth in the preamble
of the state constitution, which is as
fellows: "For God and country we
associate ourselves together for the
following purposes: to uphold and de defend
fend defend the constitution of the United
States of America; to maintain law
and order; to foster and perpetuate
a one hundred per cent Americanism;
to preserve the memories and inci incidents
dents incidents of our association in the great
war; to inculcate a sence of individual
obligation to the community, state
and nation; to combat the autocracy
of both the classes and the masses; to
make right the master of might; to
promote peace and good will on
earth; to safeguard and transmit to
posterity the principles of justice,
freedom, and democracy, and conse consecrate
crate consecrate and sanctify our comradeship
by our devotion to mutual helpful helpfulness."
ness." helpfulness." The organization is absolutely non nonpartisan.
partisan. nonpartisan. Politics are not allowed in
any form. The legion knows no rank.
Generals and privates have the same
standing in the organization. It is
not an organization of officers as
some seem to think.
Members of the Marion County
Post No. 1, who have not paid their
anrfual dues, should do sp at once.
Hand them or mail them to Frank
Churchill, post finance officer, in care
of Ocala National Bank. Make checks
payable to "Marion County Post No.
1, American Legion." State and na national
tional national dues are included in the post
dues, and must be paid into the state
finance officer by October 1st.
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Boston, Sept. 10. Mayor Peters
has called out the state guard to as-
siat in maintaining order, following
the disorders and looting which fol followed
lowed followed the police strike. Reserves
wgre sworn in, including Harvard
students, and special guards were
placed around the state buildings and
business houses. It is estimated that
three hundred thousand dollars dam damage
age damage has been done by the crowds.
HAVE A PLUMB PLAN
Glasgow, Sept. 10. By an over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming vote the trades union con congress
gress congress today adopted a resolution fav favoring
oring favoring the nationalization of the coal
ABE'S NECK ITCHES
Athens, Ga., Sept. 10. Abe. Cox,
accused of murdering a farmer's
wife, has been captured by a posse
and the feeling against him is run running
ning running high.
Washington, Sept. 10. The Senate
fciein relations committee today
voted to confirm the nomination ofi
William Gonzales as ambassador to I
A BED RENOVATOR
Is now here, located in the Chace
building, Oklawaha avenue and Or Orange
ange Orange street. Phone 112. J. E. Drew, tf
"I'M GOING. TO
"Where are you going, my pretty
maid?" runs the Mother Goose
rhyme. Only In this instance the
is not "going milking, sir." but
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Scranton, Pa., Sept. 10. John L.
' Lewis, acting president of the Mine
i Workers of America, wired from
Cleveland today that if 26,000 union
i men fail to return to work he will
I send representatives here to convince
the strikers they are violating union
UPPER SILESIA WILL BE
OCCUPIED BY ALLIES
. London, Sept. 10. Upper Silesia,
where serious conflicts are in pro progress
gress progress between the Polish and German
elements in anticipation of the pro proposed
posed proposed plebiscite over the transfer of
the territory to Poland, will be occu-
I pied in the near future by allied
Washington, Sept. 10. Cautions to
shipping were renewed by the weath weather
er weather bureau today, following continu continuance
ance continuance of a storm in the extreme south southeast
east southeast Gulf of Mexico and moving
Washington, Sept. 10. Laceiba, on
the northern coast of Honduras, is re reported
ported reported under bombardment by Bert Bert-rand
rand Bert-rand revolutionists and Americans
Be sure to call and inspect the pret pret-t
t pret-t new line of fall hats we are now
showing. Affleck Millinery Parlor,
Ocala House Block. 6-tf
FAIR," SHE SEJX
merely getting ready, "sir." to ex
-hibit her cow for. a prize at the
Florida Stat Fair. Jacksonville,
November 22 to 29.
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Washington, Sept. 10. Declaring
that conditions in the steel industry
are becoming worse and that it will
be impossible to restrain the men
from striking much longer, represen representatives
tatives representatives of the workers here sent a
telegram to President Wilson today,
asking him for an early conference
with company officials. Union leaders
said they would remain in session
forty-eight hours for the president's
reply before taking final action.
HOUSE PROBLEM IS
Property Owners are Urged to Send
List of All Available Residences
and Rooms to Board of "Trade
The housing problem in Ocala has
reached an acute stage. It has be become
come become increasingly difficult to rent res residence
idence residence properties in this city. The
problem affects not only those from
outside seeking homes for the winter,
but the year around population of the
city. Either new houses or apart apartments
ments apartments must be built immediately, or
there must be considerable renovat
ing of old properties. The demand
is for houses of moderate size, and
of desirable apeparance and conven
In order that as close an estimate
as possible may be had of the city's
facilities for taking care of its pres present
ent present population and of the new people
that are daily moving into the city,
and of the visitors that are expected
to flow into Florida this winter in
numbers greater than ever before,
the secretary of the Board of Trade
desires to compile a list of all resi
dence property, apartments and
rooms that are for rent in Ocala.
Owners of properties, and private
families having rooms or suites of
rooms, for rent 4re urgently request requested
ed requested to send to the Board of Trade a
list of the same. The secretary of the
Board of Trade asks property owners
and private families please to furnish
him in writing a list of these houses,
apartments and rooms. Please give
the street and house number in your
communication to the secretary. Give
a full description of the house, apart apartment
ment apartment or room, whether furnished or
unfurnished and state their desirabil desirability
ity desirability and conveniences. State the num number
ber number and kind of rooms. If you have
rooms or suites of rooms, state wheth whether
er whether you take table boarders also, or
whether table board can be obtained
near by. Give the rent asked by the
mont hor week and any conditions un under
der under which the properties or rooms
may be rented.
This information will be placed on
file in the Board of Trade rooms in
the Ocala House block for the conven convenience
ience convenience of all concerned.- People havw
been coming into Florida all summer
and from now on it is expected that
the number of visitors and homeseek homeseek-era
era homeseek-era will increase. The housing prob problem
lem problem is one affecting not only Ocala,
but the entire state and the United
States as well. Government experts
have estimated the shortage of houses
in the country to be from five hundred
thousand to a million. The high cost
of building materials, of coal, and of
living in general are causing many
to look to the South and especially to
Florida for homes. In the Middle
West farm lands are selling from
I three to six hundred dollars an acre.
Middle Western fanners are moving
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New York, Sept. 10. The climax to
the Pershing reception was reached
with the parade today of the First
Division. General Pershing at the
head of the line of march, down Fifth
avenue. The crowd witnessing the
parade was estimated at -two million.
General Pershing rode "Captain, the
finest police department horse, in
place of his own mount, "Kidron,"
held in quarantine. Places of honor
along the line of march were given
wounded men of the First Division,
who exceeded the number of march marchers.
ers. marchers. HERW'S HOGS
Are Raised in Marion and Should be
Credited to this County Instead
Because Mr. Z. C. Herlong lives in
Micanopy and advertises that postof postof-fice,
fice, postof-fice, a great many people do not know
that his big herd .of Poland-China
hogs are all grown on Marion coun county's
ty's county's rich soil. But his farm is in
Marion county and the world should
Messrs. Z. C. Chambliss and J. M.
Thomas took dinner Sunday at Mcin Mcintosh,
tosh, Mcintosh, at the hospitable home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Gist, and in the aft
ernoon visited the Herlong farm.
They found the hogs numerous and in
such fine condition that notwithstand notwithstanding
ing notwithstanding all the compliments they had
heard for the farm they were sur surprised
prised surprised as well as delighted. Messrs.
Chamhjiss and Thomas knew that Mr.
Herlong had beaten the Georgia corn
belt with his great sow. Smooth
Queen, but did not know he had 200
more like her.
On Wednesday, Sept. 17, Mr. Her Herlong
long Herlong will hold at the farm a public
sale of breeding pigs, which will be
a splendid chance for those who
grow hogs for market to obtain some
new blood, that will give size, bone
No Marion citizen can see these
hogs without having a better opinion
of his home county.
Mr. Herlong promises a big bar barbecue
becue barbecue for his visitors on the 17th, and
whether our citizens from this part
of the county buy or not, the trip
will be well worth while.
MADE COLD STORAGE
LIMIT TWELVE MONTHS
Washington, Sept. 10 The House
agricultural committee today report reported
ed reported favorably a bill to limit the cold
storage of foods to twelve months.
into Georgia and the Carol inas and
other South Atlantic states, and
farmers from these states, as well as
some from the Middle Western states,
are moving into Florida. More farm
lands have probably been sold in Mar Marion
ion Marion county this summer than at any
time during the present decade.
There is some hesitancy about
building because of the fact that war
time and pre-war rentals are not
large enough tQ assure the investor a
reasonable return on his money. It is
believed, however, that modern bun bungalows
galows bungalows or apartments are in such de demand
mand demand that higher rentals would be
received for houses and apartments
of attractive and modern design.
There is no hesitancy evident at pres present
ent present about paying the highest prices
for other things.
Use the Star's Unclassified Colusa
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 10, 1919
Published Kvery Day Except Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
OF OCALA, FLA.
It. II. Carroll, I'renldent
P. V. LenvfnKood, Secretary-Treasurer
J. II. Ilenjamln, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce a3
Uualae Office Five-One
ICd Mortal Department Two-Seven
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not otherwise credited in this paper
and also the local news published
herein. All rights of republication of
special dispatches herein are also reserved.
pened. A news agency, noted rather
for sensation than accuracy, sent out
a report that ths town boiled over.
An Ocala man who was in Jackson
ville the night of the lynching, and
slept in the war area, says he knew
nothing about it until he was eating
AN OLD STORY NEW
TO THE PRESENT
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Electros must be mounted, or charge
arlll be made for mounting.
Extravagance, laziness and the h.
c. of 1. are the three twins.
In Mexico during the
months, forty Americans
September is bringing us real fall
atmosphere. Tampa Tribune.
Bringing itf hasn't brought it.
Dissatisfaction makes a hell in
Daradise. Tampa Tribune.
Howiuknow: vou haven't been
The case of County Agent Black
burn calls for some comment. Mr.
Blackburn, who was appointed about
a year ago. has been considerably
criticised, his critics being mostly
farmers. Very little testimony was
heard in his favor, but when, last
month, the county commissioners,
jrobably somewhat influenced by this
adverse criticism, decided to discon
tinue the appropriation "for agricul
tural work, a large number of farm
ers at once protested and testified to
the merit of his work. Comparing
accounts, the Star comes to the con
clusion that Mr. Blackburn and the
farmers of this 'big county have not
ad time to become acquainted. In
the last few weeks Mr. Blackburn has
been very busy helping the stock
raisers with their hogs. Part of his
work is to instruct farmers how to
vaccinate their hogs, but he has not
only been doing this but in many
cases has done the vaccinating him
self. There is no disputing that he
has worked skillfully and faithfully.
We understand that the commission
ers, now that the funds have been
provided, have decided to apply for
another demonstrator. We are not
qualified to judge of the merits or
demerits of a county agent. We have
to estimate by the opinion of other
people who are posted on farming.
But we would mildly suggest to the
commissioners that a great deal of
the efficiency of a county agent de depends
pends depends on his knoving the people. If
Mr. Blackburn leaves, a new man will
have to begin where he leaves off.
Ujiless they are sure of obtaining a
much better man, they had better re retain
tain retain him.
Editor Star: Emerson Hough, thej.
writer of things western, in an article
cn the historical Oregon trail, used
the expression "it is curious how
great things sometimes happen by
reason of little things," and goes on
to relate how a quart of whisky for
which a party tried to collect ten dol dollars
lars dollars in St. Louis in 1811, played an
important part in the history of the
famous Oregon trail, concluding "that
six months from now ten dollars will
seem plumb reasonable for a quart of
almost any kind of whisky." All of
which reminds me of and is a prelude
to the story told me recently by an
old timer or pioneer, which shows that
!a number of people now living m
Marion county are descendants of a
man who came to Marion county as a
result of a game of poker. If I pos
sessed the gift of a story writer, Corra J
Number of Vcy Important Mat
ters Are Scheduled to be
At the regulai meeting of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Board of Trade Thursday
night of this week at 8 o'clock a num number
ber number of important .nntters are schedul scheduled
ed scheduled to be discussed and disposed of.
Among these are the recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation of the board of governors for
?n endorsement cf the new Marion
County Real Estate Exchange; the
problem of handling real estate in inquiries
quiries inquiries received Ly the Board of
Trade; the motorcade into South Flor.
iua, September 23rd; shortage of
housing facilities in the city; a fall
clean up campaign and the possibili possibilities
ties possibilities of having the "Pinellas Special,"
the crack tourist train of the Atlantic
Coast Line, routed through Gaines-
J. H. Spencer
W. R. Pedriclc
Sam Blythe, the political prognos prognos-ticator,
ticator, prognos-ticator, says Wilson can have the
democratic nomination next year if
he wants it.
A year ago, if you had a nickel you
had five cents. Now, if you have a
nickel you lack a cent of having any
money at all.
One of the cheerful sights we saw
last night was three pretty girls with
their heads bent, over one copy of the
The Tampa Times says the schools
of Hillsborough county, which open
next week, are without books, and
blames the delay on the governor and
his cabinet, who did not select new
books in time. Marion county is in
the same fix, but will use its old books
until the new ones can be obtained.
Superintendent Brinson of Marion
county says the delay is not the fault
of the governor and his cabinet, but
of the law, and as most of the laws
of Florida for the last score of years
have been passed by buttheads he
may be correct.
Uncle Sam should give up the Phil Philippines
ippines Philippines before deeming himself com competent
petent competent to discuss the Shantung ques question.
tion. question. Times-Union.
Or Porto Rico, or Arizona or New
Cary Hardee is fast becoming the
almost unanimous choice of South
Florida for the next governor. Tam-
Mr. Hardee meets friends wherever
We hear that railway passengers
have to pay 20 cents for a small
glassful of tea when they buy it on a
dining car. There could be no worse
profiteering than that. It is 300 per
cent, at least.
A traveling man, whose territory
embraces nine counties around Ocala,
says he hears very little talk for
Catts. Very different from three
years ago, when a large proportion of
.the voters were for him.
Roustabouts, turpentine hands, sec section
tion section hands, tin horn gamblers, etc.,
etc., won't wear anything but silk
shirts, socks and underwear. It would
be good taste as well as economy for
gentlemen to wear cotton.
Dr. G. A. Dame of Inverness,' and
well known in Ocala, has been ap appointed
pointed appointed state health officer for the
Gainesville district with headquarters
in Gainesville. Dr. Dame is an effic efficient
ient efficient young physician, and his Ocala
friends are glad of his promotion.
There are different reports of the
Jacksonville 'lynching. The Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville papers report it as a rather quiet
affair, few people in the city knowing
of it until several hours after it hap-
L OF OVAfc 1W NMOX V
A party of boys attended a holy
roller meeting in Alachua county and
made a disturbance and one of them
slapped a "roller" in the face. The
county judge of Alachua fined the
young man but suspended sentence
during good behavior. We haven't
much use for the "holy rollers," but
people who don't like their religion
should keep away from their meetings.
The strike that tied up building op operations
erations operations in Miami is about the silliest
of all the labor troubles that have
beest this country since the war came
to an end. Because his employer re refused
fused refused to discharge a negro truck
driver, building operations in the
whole of Miami were stopped. St.
We have noticed a number of others
just as silly.
A thoughtful housekeeper of this
town went out in her backyard Mon Monday,
day, Monday, and with the' assistance of a col colored
ored colored man set out a thousand straw strawberry
berry strawberry plants. This is the time to set
out strawberries, and if this lady's
plan was largely followed Ocala peo people
ple people wouldn't have to pay thirty and
forty cents a small box for berries
raised seventy-five miles away.
Two months ago, not one American
in a thousand had heard of Shantung,
and not one in ten thousand knew
where it was. It is not mentioned in
the school geographies and does not
appear on their maps. Yet certain
senators think America has enough
interest in it to defeat the peace
treaty about it.
Harris, for instance, of using a lot of
language to state a simple fact or fic fiction,
tion, fiction, rather, I could make a serial
story out of it, for which no doubt the
Star would send me a fat check (and
lose some subscribers perhaps.) But
it is needless to say that I possess no
Luch gift of gab, but this is the story.
About the middle of the last cen century
tury century four planters in the good old
state of South Carolina engaged in a
game of poker; at the end of the
game one man owned the plantations
and slaves of the other three. One
of the victims having a wife, four or
five sons and a daughter, the winner
in the poker game had compassion on
him and allowed him to take his team
and some twelve or fifteen slaves with
which to migrate to a new country
and start life over, with the stipula
tion and understanding that at his
death he was to leave all his property
to his youngest son. They came to
Marion county, bought land and set-
tied a few miles from Ocala. The elder
sons, however, soon became wise to
the conditions of the inheritance, and
like the story in the Bible of the son
who was not a prodigal, did not take
kindly to the idea of working and
raising fatted calves for the younger
brother. One of them did not go to
bis father for the goods that falleth
to him, for the reason that there was
none, so without any formality he
took a horse and wagon and two of
the slaves, one a boy of ten years, and
went to Georgia and sold the outfit
and took his departure for a far
country (Texas, for instance), bmt
whether he indulged in riotous living
or not is unknown. He at least did
not return to his father's house. But
at that time there was a "fugitive
slave law" by which the slaves were
tecovered and brought back. Tne boy,
then ten years old, is now living some
ten -or twelve miles from Ocala. One
of the sons lived in Ocala, was a
county omcer and atterwards a mer merchant
chant merchant and died here some forty-five
years ago. The daughter married and
spent her life in Marion county; some
of her children are now living in
The youngest son who was to have
the inheritance was looked upon as
being quite eligible by more than one
mother who had marriageable daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, but in this case I think it was
a father who did the match-making;
any way it was made. He too, has
long since taken his departure to that
undiscovered country from whose
bourne no traveler returns, but his
widow still survives and is living not
a great many miles from Ocala. This
is the end of the story except that it
might be remarked that the winner
in the poker game afterwards moved
to Gainesville and was a merchant
there for a number of years. Names
are not given for obvious reasons, but
the story was current in Ocala sixty
years ago. Citizen.
ville, Ocala and Leesbure.
There should he a large attendance
cf members at this meeting. As in individuals
dividuals individuals Ocala and Marion county
are making noteworthy progress.
Both the city and the county are woe woefully
fully woefully behind in public improvements.
There are, however, feme highly
notable public improvements contem contemplated
plated contemplated in the near future and it is the
duty of every citizen to give his sup
port to the projects for the building
of a better community. During the
war every one had his shoulder to the
wheel. Since the signirg of peace
there has been a strong tendency to
individualistic tlto'-t. and it is a ten
dency that, while good itself, should
not go entirely unchecked. The spirit
cf unselfish and .indivMed support
should not be losr. The community
as a whole should keep the pace set by
WANTED. LOST. FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c.; three times, 50c.; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in ad
WANTED A 'ight housekeeping
apartment furnished complete. De Desirable
sirable Desirable neighborhood only. Address
Housekeeper, caie Star. 9-6t
FOR RENT One dxmble or single
furnished room on Fort Kir.g avenue
Apply to P. O. Box 497. 8-6t
I -: 'asarr.;. Ml, i, i f
Today, September 10th: George
Walsh in "Putting It Over," and Ford
Thursday, Sept. 11: Theda Bara in
"When Men Desire," and Mutt and
Friday, Sept. 12: Mabel Normand in
"The Pest," and Hearst News.
Saturday, Sept. 1? William Des Desmond
mond Desmond in "Mint of Hell," and Sunshine
Monday, Sept. 15: Olive Thomas in
"Follie Girls," and L-Ko. comedy.
Tuesday, Sept. 16: Clara Kimball
Young in "The Better Wife." and In International
ternational International News.
Wednesday, Sept. 17: Albert Ray in
"Be a Little Sport," and Ford Weekly.
Thursday, Sept. 18: Douglas Fair Fairbanks
banks Fairbanks in "In Again and Out Again,"
and Mutt and Jeff.
Friday, Sept. 19: Pauline Frederick
in "One Week of Life," and Hearst
Saturday, Sept. 20: Beatrix Michel-
na in "Just Squaw" and Sunshine i
Monday, Sept. 22: Kitty Gordon in
" fhe Scar," and L-Ko. comedy.
Tuesday, Sept. 23: Norma Tal Tal-madge
madge Tal-madge in "The Way of Woman," and
Wednesday, Sept. 24: Taylor Holmes
in "Upside Down," and Ford Weekly.
Thursday, Sept. 25: Evelyn Nesbit
in "Thou Shalt Not," and Mutt and
Friday, Sept. 26:- Torn" Moore in
r'Une ot tne finest, and Hearst
Saturday, Sept. 27: Sessue Haya Haya-kawa
kawa Haya-kawa in "His Debt," and Sunshine
Monday, Sept. 29: Violet Palmer in
"Ginger, 'and L-Ko. comedy.
Tuesday, Sept. 30: Constance Tal Tal-madge
madge Tal-madge in "Betty's. Burglar and the
XU;;v" t value Outing Flan Flannel
nel Flannel .Thv.r.'- apecial, 24c. a
TO EAT DRINK
Swedish Style Milk Wafers for
afternoon tea or to serve with
Swan's Down Cake Flour.
Educator Bran Cookies, a pala palatable,
table, palatable, laxative food.
Baby Educator Teething Rings,
the baby's blessing.
Crosse & Blackwell's Vinegar.
Duffy's Apple Juice.
Grapefruit a la Champagns.
Cliquot Ginger Ale.
0. K. TEAPOT
Phones - 16 and 174
THE OCALA GAS ENGINE WORMS
Local Agents for the Old Reliable
Announces that they are now Handling Storage Batteries and
maintain a fully equiped service station for rechurging 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.
CAM gas imim
SPENCER & PEDRICK, Proprietors.
" When Better Automobiles Are Built huick Will Build Them
Ocklawaha Avenue and Osceola SL
NOTICE, U. D. C.
The regular business
Dickison Chapter, U. D
held Friday afternoon at
at the residence of Mrs.
on East Fourth street.
,'C, will be
R. G. Blake
The line of fall and winter hats now
on display here ara 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,
C-tf Ocala House Block.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EIY1BALK71ERS
No charjr; for delivery of casket anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JIU
Office Phone 10 Night Phones 225 or 423
WANTED Young lady or man sten
ocraDher. with seme experience in
bookkeeping. Apply to A. T. Thomas,
rooms 1 and 2 Holder building. 9-8-tf
We have bean seed for fall plant planting:
ing: planting: Wad well Kidney Wax at $10 per
bushel; green beans at $9 per bushel. :
14-tf Ocalri Seed Store.
FOR RENT One hundred acres of
good grass with good water. Apply
to C. P. Howell. Ocala, Fla. 6-6t
FOR 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 CHEAP A typewriter
desk; has not been used much and is
in good condition. Apply to Geo. T.
Maughs at the Southern Express
Company's office. 3
FOR SAL si A miscellaneous lot of
first class household furniture at my
residence on South Third street. In Inquire
quire Inquire at Maxwell Agency. R. R. Car
WANTED Two or three school girl
boarders. Apply to 615 Sanchez street.
Mrs. Frank Lytle. 2-10t
WANTED Your order for high
grade office stationery. Star Job
FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and sell
second hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow
ers, enamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
310, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf
WOOD Phone 146 for all lenghths
oak or pine wood; thoroughly season
ed. Special price on quantity orders.
Put in your winter supply now.
Smoak's Wood Yard. 15-tf
Use the Star want ads for results.
DARKENS GRAY HAIR
It kills the bedbugs, and destroys
all the eggs as well in fact, it exter- j
minates the whole breed wherever
you apply it BEDBUG DOOM. It
s for sale only at the Court Pharm-
acy. .rnone z4.
If Everything Was As
Cheap As Our 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 Ice & Packling Co.
. JmHt ml
Restore Color, Gloss
A. E. GERIG
Almost everyone knows that Sage Tea
and Sulphur, properly compounded,
brings back the natural color and lustre
to the hair when faded, streaked or
gray. Years ago the only way to get thia
nurture was to make it at home, which
is mu33y and troublesome. Nowadays, by
asking at any drug store for "Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound," you will
get a large bottle of this famous old
recipe, improved by the addition of other
ingredients, for about 50 cents.
r Don't stay gray! Try it! o one
can possibly tell tnat you oaricenea your
hair, as it does it so naturally and
evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft
brush with it and draw thi through
your hair, taking one small strand at a
time; by morning the gray hair dis disappears,
appears, disappears, and after another application
or two, your hair becomes beautifully
dark, glossy and attractive.
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound
is a delightful toilet requisite for those
who desire dark hair and a youthful ap appearance.
pearance. appearance. It is not intended for the cure,
mitigation or prevention of disease.
DR. G. A. EDMISTON
Veterinary, Physician and Surgeon
Phone 38 M
j .1 Hll...n
Careful Estimates made on all Cc
tract work. Gives More and Bet
Work for the Money than any
JO.Orftf Rlcontrsctor in the city. ;
THE zest of the west, the sunny smile of the so-ith, gleam in the
golden goodness of Orange-Crush. You can he 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 oLour
modern bottling establishment, Orange-Crush is the perfect family
. ft -. w
OCA LA EVENING STAfe, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 10. 1919
Send Us Your
OCALA STEAM LAUNDRY
L A A A A i
Let us quote you prices
on a Monument or Head Headstone
stone Headstone to mark the last rest resting
ing resting place of your loved
MARBLE OR GRANITE.
OCALA MARBLE WORKS
E. W. LEAVENGOOD, Mgr.
N. Magnolia St.
A. N S
Coffins and Caskets,
Day Phone 253 Night Phone 511
L. HURST, MANAGER
Opposite Court House. Ocala Fla.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MORE"
WHITE STAL LON
TRANSFER AND STORAGE COMPANY
Issued on Cotton,
We have first class trucks with competent drivers, and our
equipment will move you complete no matter what you possess.
imr ---- ----- MmJM
Prest-O-Lite is the one best battery designed and
built to give greater vitality, endurance and dura durability
bility durability to every electric system. Thirty manufac manufacturers
turers manufacturers of passenger cars, trucks and automobile
starting systems are now furnishing Prest-O-Lite
Batteries as Standard Equipment.
A. B. C. Starter
YONGE'S BATTERY SERVICE
Lester Lucas, Proprieter and Manager
Fort King Avenue
mr i l
SAYS U. S. COAL
. EXPORTS WILL
NOT STINT US
tatriei Ceald Will Affsrd To Ex?:rt
Etta Brut Tocatgi JUttrtt
WORLD-WIDE iHORTAQB OF
000,000 TONS, Hff IAYS
AJI Buropt Dtnundlng Coal
Are Net Injuring Soma Con Con-umirt
umirt Con-umirt In Satisfying IV
If you have any society items for
the Star, please phone five-two-three.
Mr. W. W. Harriss has returned
from a brief visit to Jacksonville.
scenery suggestive of the Orient as
well as the Occident. Nazimova's
wonderful 'artistic powers were given
wide scope in the role of Hassouna,
the daughter of the Arab shiek, who
through love of the Christian whom
she saved from death, changed her
faith of revenge, or "an eye for an
eye," to the principle of returning
good for evil. In this picture she was
well suDDorted and the whole Drodue-
Mrs. W. H. Clark is in Ocala from tion was a triumph of screen art. The
Wa!xlatoa. (Spaclai.) American
wal producers laakln to rtliave a
world-wide ahortago, org not aandlnf
ooai abroad in aufflclent voluma to
dipriYo the American conaumer, in
the opinion of B. Y. Saint, head of
the ahippln "boards export depart
tnent a witneae before the aenate sub sub-oostmlttee,
oostmlttee, sub-oostmlttee, coaductinf an inquiry into
the coal situation, headed by Benator
rreliaghuyian, of New Jersey.
Mr. Saint subniitad to the commit committee
tee committee the shipping board's official eati eati-oate
oate eati-oate of the extent of the world-wide
coal ehortax e, totalling 62,468,000 tone,
moat of which, if made up, he a aid,
"presumably xnuit be made up by the
United States." Exclusive of ship ship-aents
aents ship-aents to Canada, the United States iej
tzporting coal, he said, at the rate of
about 7,000,000 tons a year. This is
a little more than one per cent of the
total amount of bituminous coal pro produced
duced produced in the country tor a year. Jlo
aording to Mr. Saint's figures Canada
will need about 16,858,000 tone; France
17,000,000 tons; Belgium 12,000.000
torn, which may be reduced later, as
Belgium is rapidly restoring her
mines, r The Netherlands 8,000,000
tons; China 8,13,000 tons; Italy 5,000, 5,000,-600
600 5,000,-600 tons; Sweden, Norway and other
countries, many millions more. To
help supply the needs of these and
other countries, Mr. Saint stated, the
shipping board has allocated to the
coal trade 194 American ships of 929, 929,-684
684 929,-684 deadweight tons as follows; In
the Swedish trade 85,111 tons; to
Switzerland and The Netherlands 235, 235,-688
688 235,-688 tons; to Denmark 7,000 tons; It Italy
aly Italy 105,508 tone; France 188,880 tone;
South America 207,612 tons. Them
was included in these figures, he aald,
108,661 tone in the coastwise or New
England trade, which would hare to
be deducted from the total tonnage,
leaving approximately 828.Q00 tons
engaged in the overseas "transporta
tion of coal.
These figures represented only
shipping board vessels, he eaid, or
about thirty per cent of the total.
"The export coal trade ao far this
year," Mr. Saint a aid, "la running a
little behind the export trade of laat
year, owing tu the dropping down of
the Canadian trade. But the foreign
trade has increased over last year. By
the time this year is up we will hare
exported, I think, about 7,000,000
tons." So great was the dearth of coal
abroad, Mr. Saint asserted, that de demand
mand demand had come from practically every
European country, including the Brit British
ish British Isles, heretofore the chief coal ex exporting
porting exporting nation of the world. England's
Inability to produco coal in pre-war
quantities, he thought, was primarily
reponaible for the increased demand
on the bituminous coal producers of
the United Utates.
"Her exports have dropped from
77,000,000 tons of coal a year," he
said, "to 28,000,000 tons. It was the
understanding that England was to
take care of the Italian situation. I
believe that conclusion was reached
in Parle during the economic confer conference
ence conference there. But England has radi radically
cally radically failed tr take care of the Ital Italian
ian Italian situation. Italian Imports of coaj
before the war were 10,000,000 tons
annually. Last year England sent It Italy
aly Italy 4,000,000 tone and this year, up
to date, she is doing very little bet
ter. This leaves from 4,000,000 to 5, 5,-000,000
000,000 5,-000,000 tons to be supplied Italy by
other nations, and we are practically
the only nation that can supply her
"Are we relieving England at our
expense?" Senator Frelinghuyaen
"If you -mean expense in the eenae of
taking coal that should go to our own
people," replied Mr. Saint, "I do not
believe that sufficient coal is going
abroad to particularly injure our do domestic
mestic domestic situation. If you look at our
foreign shipments as a development
of a legitimate foreign trade, which
will mean a very great deal to this
country In future years. I think we
can well send what we are sending
now, and considerably more, abroad
at this time."" Mr. Saint said that "wo
are trying to distribute our tonnage
the lake for a short visit to her sons
Mr. Lester Perkins is in the city
irom Jacksonville, and may remain
with us permanently.
Regular 35 cent, value Outing Flan
nel Thursday morning special, 24c. a
yard. B. GOLDMAN. 9-2t
Alfred Green returned last week
from a visit of some length to his
grandmother in Virginia.
Mrs. A. G. Blowers left today for
an extended trip to points in Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio.
Dr. and Mrs. L. II. Van Engelken
left today for a two weeks' trip to
Waynesville and Asheville.
Rev. J. G. Glass was in town yes
terday, on his way home to Orlando,
from a visit to Sewanee, Tenn.
Joselyn Moorhead returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from Jacksonville, where he vis
ited his brothers for the past three
management of the Temple should be
encouraged by greater patronage in
putting on a picture of such merit.
Bring Us Your Automobile
Our Garage is fully equipped for all kinds of General Repairs,
including Oxy-Acetylene Welding, Electric Valve Grindinz, etc Cars
washed and polished. $1. Night service by appointment.
-w OILS, GAS AND ACCESSORIES
Phone 516 or 117
Ft King and LlagiioIIa.
Misses Frances and Dorothy Yonge,
after a pleasant visit to their rela
tives here, have returned to their
home in Jacksonville.
Get ready your fafi garden. We
have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf
About fifteen couples of society
young people expect to enjoy a trip
and picnic supper down the Silver
Springs run tonight.
Mr. B. R. Stripling of Jacksonville
is in the city. Mr. Stripling was once
a citizen of Ocala, and has not lost
any of his friends here.
Mrs. C. E. Ahearn and little sons,
Charles and Davis, are guests of Dr.
and Mrs. G. C. Shephard, arriving
Monday from their home at Starke.
Dr. and Mrs. G. C. Shephard have
the sympathy of their many friends
in the loss of their infant daughter,
who passed away yesterday at the
hospital after only twelve hours of
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
vited to call and see them. Affleck
Millinery Parlor, Ocala House Block, f
That extra -energetic young man,
George Walsh, who always gets re
sults, will appear at the Temple this
evening in "Putting it Over." It is
always a live picture when George is
tor. and Mrs. G. S. Scott, Mr. W. D.
Taylor, Miss Mamie Taylor and little
Martha Taylor motored to Daytona
today. Mr. and Mrs. Scott will remain
for a couple of weeks, but Mr. Taylor,
Miss Taylor and Martha expect to re
Mr. Chas. B. Rawls leaves in a few
days for Manning, S. C, where he has
accepted a responsible position. Mrs.
Rawls and two children, Charles Jr. I
and Eleanor Frances, will remain in I
Ocala for a month before joining Mr.
Rawls in their new home.
SAVE MONEY ON MEAT!
We always handle the best fresh meat to be
had and our prices are always the lowest.
Round Steak ...,25c. I Best Pork Chops 35c
Loin Steak 30c Pork Sausage 25c
Stew Meat 15c.
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc
PJEW YOEM MEAT MARKET
the countries that
Keep out the moths with Cedar
Compound, 25 cents the package at
Gerig's Drug Store. tf
A beautiful little daughter has ar
rived to gladden the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Parker Painter, who live just
north of the city on the farm recently
purchased from Mr. Mason Tison. The
little girl has been named Margaret
Eddins, for Mrs. Painter's sister, who
is very popular with society young
Mrs. R. F. Rogers leaves today with
her daughter. Miss Emma Rogers, for
the latter's home in Springfield. Jack
sonville. Mrs. Rogers has improved
somewhat of late, and it is hoped that
her visit, aided by the water from the
big sulphur well near her daughter's
home, will complvte her recovery.
At last there ;s a way to extermi
nate the roaches from your house.
"Roach Doom" is its name and it can
be had at the Court Pharmacy under
a guarantee. 19-ti
In a letter to friends recently, Mrs.
William Hocker expresses herself as
beine thoroughly pleased with her
temporary home in Denver, having
secured a completely furnished house
in one of the most desirable parts of I
the city. Mr. Keeker's health is im
proving and the girls are satisfac
torily entered in school and find Den Denver
ver Denver most interesting.
Mrs. Lester Lucas, who has recent
ly returned from a visit to New York,
has succeeded Miss Agnes Melin as
pianist at the Temple theater. The
patrons of the Temple can look for
ward to hearing all of the popular
music, as Mrs. Lucas is a "finished
pianist and through Mr. Lucas is in
Position to obtain all the latest music.
Rev. R. F. Rogers officiated Sunday
a. ii : a. a, l r a1 I
ui i lie marriage at. iue iiuiue ui uie
bride near Lynne of Miss Flossie
Manning to Mr. Charles Mills of Mi
ami. The bride is a charming young
lady, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Steve Manning, who are among the
best people of the Lynne community.
Mr. Mills is a Marion boy, but now
makes his home in Miami. The wed
ding was an occasion for a gathering
of the neighbors, and an excellent
cinner was served.
TmTT A TTTTT
Begins Thursday, September 11th
Continues until Monday, September 15th
Last January we booked through one of the largest wholesale houses in Chicago
our normal supply of blankets for this coming season. Through an error
they shipped about twice as many as the original order called for, more than
we can possibly dispose of in one season, at first the shipment was refused,
and the house notifed us to return all blankets in excess of original order.
But rather than to do that we decided on a better plan whereby all of our
patrons will have an opportunity to share in this error. We will put these
blankets on sale at a reduction of about 25 to 40 less than they are worth
today. Remember the weather is not going to remain as hot as it is now,
forever neither are blanket prices going to remain as reasonable. It is
not too soon to anticipate your winter needs now if you would prcatice real
economy. Look these pricese and convience yourselfi that it could not be
duplicated for the price.
66 x 80
Double Wool Blankets
Pretty Plaid Designs
66 x 80
Doable Wool Blankets
70 x 84
Heavy Wool Blankets
72 x 80
Double Wool Blankets
Weighs 4i pounds just the
blanket for cold weather
79 v Qft Wool Blankets (tio ig;
iU A tU Extra heavy, weighs 5 lbs. Special... )OoTl3
Sale from Thursday until Monday, incuisiwe
Tine Fasfatom Ceiutep
Aim HJeniisiuiafl Septainifoeir ae o2 i
"Eye for Eye" at the Temple yes- .IS
terday was a picture of absorbing in-.:2.
Lcrcsb uixuuguuui, wiwi oeauxuui
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, SE1T. 10, 1919
FALL TAILORING OPENING
September 12th and 13th
An Exposition of Exclusive Woolens
ISAAC HAMBURGER & SONS
You Are Cordially invited To Attend
E. T. HELVENSTON ;
MAKING PLANS FOK
(Continued from First Page)
Septtejnnilbeii 11 aiod 12
schedule. Banners, badges and flags
will be provided.
There will be a discussion of the
motorcade at the iegular meeting of
the Marion County Board of Trade
Thursday night. Members of the com
mercial body as well as those who are
not members, but who are interested
in the proposed trip, are urged to be
present at the meeting.
If you are going, give your name in
at once to a member of the committee
in charge, Messrs. Z. C. Chambliss, A.
C Blowers and R. S. Rogers, or to the
secretary of the Board of Trade.
State whether you will have a car, and
how many persons will go with you, or
whether you desire to get a place in
some one else's car.
The schedule for the four days'
journey is as follows:
Tuesday, September 23rd
Leave Ocala, court house square. 7
a. m. ine route lor tne day win De
us follows: Leesburc, Eustis, Mount
Dora, Sanford, Orlando. The night
will be spent in Orlando.
Wednesday, September 24th
Leave Orlando 8 a. m. The day's
route will be: Kissimmee, Haines
City, Dundee, Mountain Lake, Lake
Wales, Crooked Lake, Frostproof,
Fort Meade. Bartow, Lakeland. The
night will be spent In Lakeland.
Thursday, September 25th
Leave Lakeland 8 a. m. The day's
route will be: Plant City, Tampa,
Oldsmar, Clearwater, Indian Rocks,
Gulfport, St. Petersburg, Safety Har Harbor,
bor, Harbor, Oldsmar, Tampa. The night will
be spent in Tampa.
Friday, September 26th
Leave Tampa 8 a. m. Back to Ocala
via Plant City, Lakeland, Auburndale,
Winter Haven, Haines City, Kissim Kissimmee,
mee, Kissimmee, Orlando, Winter Garden, Cler
mont, Tavares and Leesburg.
NOTICE TO EASTERN STARS
At the meeting of Tulula Lodge
last night, Mr. C. F. Gamble of Oak
learned the lessons of the third de
gree and became a full-fledged Odd
Thursday morring special, extra
good Outing Flannel 24 cents a vard.
B. GOLDMAN. 9-2t
A fresh shipment of Guth's and
Nunnally's Candies just in at Gerig's
Drug Store. tf
Mrs. W. N. Lane and daughter,
Miss Mary Lane, who have spent a
delightful summer with relatives at
Arlington, Ga.. are expected home to
A A A
Stiaiimdisiircffl dMH Gommpaimy
lhe btyle Hat bhop now has a .T
complete line of Fall and Winter Hats.
Call and see them. 28-tf
An auto collision tooV place
North Magnolia street today. A car
driven bv Mr. J. H. Hunter ran into
one driven by Ml-. J. N. Tiller. Mr.
Tiller sustained a scalp wound and
his car was considerably daamegd.
Thursday morning special, extra
good Outing Flannel 24 cents a yard.
Mrs. J. D. Roor.ey, daughter, Miss
Annie and son, Master Leland, who
have been in Ocala the past week,
in-f- -f rv titbit. Vi r rvi a i rT,o t-i nn f Vi i c?
Tin ?i 1 me I A
aiiernoon. wnne in ucaia ;irs.
Rooney and son were the guests of
Mrs. Ola Potter, while Miss Annie STj
Rooney was delightfully entertained
by Miss Olive Whaley and also by
Miss Marie Robertson.
There will be a meeting of the
Eastern Stars Thursday evening at
8 o'clock, in Yonge's hall. Every
member especially urged to be pres
ent. Isabelle Wesson,
10-2t Worthy Matron.
Good For Two Days Only
3.1b. can Maxwell House Coffee.
Atlantic Matches 2 packages.
J Eagle Brand Milk per can
I No 2 Can Corn per can
j White Bacon per lb .32y2
J ,8 lb. Bucket Snowdrift per bucket! 3.00
! 12 oz. Can Dutch Cocoa per can 30
. One doz. large Octagon Soap .95
: 10 lbs. Sugar... 1.05
One doz. Van Camp's tall cream 1.80
One box 20 pk. Juicyfruit or Spearmint gum. .75
; 5 lb. can Crystal White Karo.. .55
1 pk. Irish Potatoes 70
DELIVERED ANY WHERE IN TOWN
I On These Days. Please Order Early.
I I. WIDIIEMdDf
Candler, Sept. 10. Sergeant Sam
Mathews returned home Sunday aft-
ernoon alter an eignteen montns
absence in France.
Mr. Henry Clark is the first of the
winter residents to return. Mrs. Clark
will join her husband at a later date.
The tent meetings conducted by
Mrs. Henderson each evening are well
School is progressing nicely.
Mrs. uobert Marshall came up
from Oklawaha Tuesday and was a
between .trains visitor to her sister,
Mrs. J. N. Marshall.
Virginia Holtzclaw, who went to
California last spring with her moth
er, arrived Wednesday to make her
home with her grandmother, Mrs.
Belle Holtzclaw, for an indefinite
FOR SALE Second hand flour sacks,
96-lb.; 12 cents each. Federa
Bakery. Phone 160. 10-6t
Thursday morning special, extra
good Outing Flannel 24 cents a yard
B. GOLDMAN. 9-2t
Ladies, use Nailoid Cuticle pack
ages, and keep your nails in good
shape. Sold only at Gerig's Drug Store
at 25 cents the package. tf
w w W
Today's Temple attraction
George Walsh in "Putting One Over,
a five-reel feature filled with laughs,
thrills, mystery, pep, buoyant spirits, jYj
optimism, dash and speed. The more
we see of George Walsh the better
we like him. He personifies the spirit
of American pluck, resourcefulness
and daring. His ability as a corned
ian and his athletic prowess mark
him as a distinctive personality in the
TtouniFsciaiy aumdl Firadlaiy
SepHemmtoer IMlt annul 12th
WaisliMmcj aindl Service om Motors
Will toe Free
Get ready your fall garden. We
have new seed in. Eating & Co. tf
Corner 8th St. and Orange Ave.
A STANDARD UNIVERSITY
Coin-sea in Liberal Arts and Sciences;
Law: Agriculture; Edcation, Engi Engineering
neering Engineering (Chemical, Crvil, Electrical,
Premedical Courses and Graduate
Studies; University Extension.
Attendance from 51 Florida counties
- and 21 states, 1825 students, includ including
ing including army and summer schools.
RatM by the War Department one of
in the United States.
Expenses Low. Next session begins
September 22nd. Write for catalog
and book of views.
A. A. MURPHREE, LL.D., President
Before Buying An Automobile See
I have secured the agency for this splendid car in twelve coun counties
ties counties and am in position to give you a demonstration of its unsur unsurpassable
passable unsurpassable qualities on short notice. When you are in the market for
a car that will insure you the utmost service at the least cost, phone
MY REPAIR DEPARTMENT
Is equipped to repair any and all makes of cars, and the service is
guaranteed satisfactory. Garage in the Carmichat-l Building, near
Union Station, North Magnolia street.
Tha Star is ah advertising medium thru which you can reach Ocala people,
of joyous thrill you get when
you know you've made a go od
' i impression;
The ladies are invited to call at the I
Style Hat Shop and see the new line
of Fall and Winter Hats now on dis
A package of Cedar Compound in I
your piano will probably save a repair
Mil. Gerig's Drug Store. tf
There are ways and means of cir
cumventing the H. C. of L. Today,
shortly after noon, we felt a vacancy
in our midst and strolled up street!
with a view of filling the same the
vacancy, we mean, not the street.
Nearing the Federal Bakery, we sniff
ed doughnuts, they smelled good, and
going in we invested in a couple, re-j
ceiving as lagniappe a smile fromj
Miss Marguerite Moore, as she hand
ed out the fruit. Browsing on the
doughnuts as we meandered along we
suddenly had a thirst for a coca-cola,
which we obtained at the Court
Pharmacy, Miss Edith Long giving us
a smile or two to boot as she handed
out the swizzle. After this we pere
grinated over to the Harrington Cafe,
where we obtained a big plateful of
soup and hunks of bread, and the A SURE WAY TO SAVE ON TIRES
good-looking young lady at the cash
register smiled all over her face and
up into her hair as we paid the check. Let us vulcanize all of your old used
A three-course dinner and three ti rp whirh ran nnssihlv he saved in
smiles, all for 21 cents. As we started this way. Our vulcanizing process
back to our den we knew how felt positively prolongs the life of both
the man who nrst declared, "rate tires and tubes. Figure it out for
cannot harm me. I have dined today." yourself and you' will see what a big
savincr we can create for you m your
Keguiar do cent value uuting flan- tire account
nel Thursday morning 3pecial, 24c. a
yard. B. GOLDMAN. 9-2t
OCALA WON WOEflKS
BRIDGES SEED COMPANY
All Varieties of Fresh
Garden and Field Seed
Smith Grocery Company Old Stand
N. Magnolia SL Ocala. Fla.
W. K. Lane, Al. D Physician and
Surgeon specialist Ee Ear. Nose and oklawaha Ave
Keep out the moths with Cedar
Compound, 25 cents the package at
Gerig's Drug Store. tf
To the rooms formerly
occupied by Gerig's Drug
Store in the
Facing Changed Conditions.
"I'm looking for employment, sir.
ril be frank with you. I've just been
released from prison. "Ahem! One
of the model prisons?" "Yes, sir."
"Well, I'm willing to give you a chance,
but every man we employ Is expected
to hustle. If you think you can get
down to hard work and long hours
after the life of elegant leisure you
have doubtless enjoyed in prison, 111
make a place for you."
Iclver & lacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EI1BALMERS
PHONES 47. 104. SIS
From anvOcala Citizen
Is your back lame and painful?
Does it ache especially after exer exertion?
tion? exertion? Is there a soreness in the kidney
These symptoms suggest weak kid kidneys.
neys. kidneys. If so there is danger in delay.
Weak kidneys get weaker fast.
Give your trouble prompt attention.
Dnjin's KiHnpv Pills are for weak
lour neighbors use and recommend
Ask your neighbor!
Read this Ocala testimony.
John Dozier, 322 Oklawaha Ave.,
Ocala, says: "It is some years since
I have had any occasion to use
Doan's Kidney Pills, but I remember
that they were of benefit to me. I
rmcerely recommend the use of
Ioan's to anyone suffering with
symptom "f kidnry disorder, such as
vrnk find painful bark, kidney irreg irreg-iihHioe
iihHioe irreg-iihHioe t r'in-down feeling. I
r-tiaiflc-t flo-m'tj -1 niot meritorious
fnn.lj. inn for kidney nilrnrnts."
Trite '0c. at nil dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Dozier had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfr., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 58.
TO ADVERTISERS Copy for dis display
play display ads. must be in this office on the
day before they are intended for pub publication
lication publication The Star, tf
Arrival and Departure of passenger
rins at OCALA UNION STATION.
'il'e following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
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 Tampa-Manatee-
St. Petersburg 2:15 am
: 50 :m Tarn Da-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:25 pm Ti. in pa -St. Fetersbura 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 pm J'cksonville-Nw York 1:15 am.
1:45 pm. J'ksonville-G'lz.esville 3:35 pm.
4:42 am. J'ksonville-O'nesvllla 10:11pm.
3:15 am. St. Pefabrg-Lakeland 2:12 anx
3:35 pm 8t Pet'sbuVg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wllcox
i.40am. Du'nellon-L'ktland 11:03pm
5:25 pm. Homosassa 1:35 pm
10:13 pm. Leesbarr 1:41am
t-45pm. Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tudajr. Thursday. Saturday.
HEAVY MEAT EATERS
HAVE SLOW KIDNEYS
Hat less meat if you feel Backacby oz
have bladder trouble Take
glass of Salts.
Be sure your
111 piupci wvuu-
Os Cerf?l wXT tion for school
When packing your Blankets and
winter clothing, think of Cedar Com Compound,
pound, Compound, which will keep moths away;
25 cents the package at Gerig's Drag
No man or woman who eata meat regu regularly
larly regularly can make a mistake by flushing the
kidneys occasionally, says a well-known
authority. Meat forma uriq acid which
excites the kidneys, they become over overworked
worked overworked from the strain, get sluggish and
fail to filter the waste and poisons from
the blood, then we get sick. Nearly all
rheumatism, headaches; liver trouble,
nervousness, di ex mesa, sleeplessness and
urinary disorders come from sluggish
0 The moment you feel a dull ache in the
kidneys or your back hurts or if the
urine is cloudy, offensive, full of sedi sediment,
ment, sediment, irregular of passage or attended by
a sensation of scalding, stop eating meat
and get about four ounces of Jad
Baits from any pharmacy; take a
tablespoon! ui in a glass of water before
breakfast and in a few days your kidneys
will act fine. This famous salts is made
from the add of grapes and lemon juice,
combined with lithia, and has been used
for generations to flush and stimulate
the kidneys, also to neutralize the acidf
in urine so it no longer causes irritation,
thus ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts is inexpensive and cannot
injure; makes a delightful effervescent
lithia-water drink which everyone
should take now and then to keep. the
kidneys clean and active and the blood
pure, thereby avoiding serious kidney
Electric Valve Grinding
General Repair Shop
All Work Guaranteed
GAS, OIL and SUPPLIES
Open 6 am. to 10 p.m.
Cor. Ft. King andS. Magnolia
Stephens & Halsell's shoe shop has
moved from the Carn-Thomas build-
to the Burnett building, No. 12
Fort King avenue.
: See Me
i For All Classes OI
j Stone, Brick, Wood,
and Concrete S
1 J. D. McCasMU j
2 Phone 446. 723 Wenona St.
THE WMBSCP HOTEL
J In the heart ol the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in eack room, Dining room serried Li
second to' none.
J RATES From $1.50 per My per person to 6.
X ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. KAVANAUGH,
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