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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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EVENING

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Weather Forecast: Probably local
thowera tonight and Saturday.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1919.
VOL 26, NO. 224
WILSON RECEIVES 0UTC01 MUST VIGILANT SEARCH ORGANIZE ALL
POLAND'S ARMY MAKING PLANS TO
WILL CONSUME AT
LEAST A WEEK
WARM WELCOME
BE ACCEPTED
EOR VICTIMS! CITY EMPLOYES
MAKES PROGRESS
STRIKE MOW

V

Fifty Thousand People at San Diego "' Said Gen. TheodoroEF, Head of Bulbar

to Hear the President
Speak

Delegation, in Receiving Terms
for Hia Country

San Diego. .Sept. Vj. Fifty thou thousand
sand thousand people are expected to hear
President Wilson today. The city and
harbor are gaily decorated and a

t Associated Press)
Paris, Sept. 19. The peace treaty
was presented to the Bulgarian rep representatives
resentatives representatives by the Allies at the
French foreign office thi3 morning.

rousing welcome was given the chief General Theodoroff, head of the Bul Bul-executive.
executive. Bul-executive. garian delegates, blamed the Bal-
garian government for throwing his
PLAYED INTO HANDS country into the world war, but said
OF THE PROFITEERS tnt People realized they must accept
the outcome. Representatives of
Effort of the Government to Relieve J twenty-seven governments were pres-

the People Were of
Little Avail

ent. Frank L. Polk appeared for the
United States. Bulgaria is allowed
twenty-five days to make any obser observations
vations observations on the peace terms.

(Associated Ires)

i-lTrtr ta?;: SOVIET PROCLAIMS MOSCOW
ties of canned roods sold by the war; t
department recently fell into the! IN STATE OF SIEGE

hands of packers, wholesale and retail!
grocers and wre re-sold at a profit,

witnesses testified at the city's inves

Of the Great Storm On the Texas J Move on Foot in New York to Pat J Cuts Important Railway and Poshes

Coast Continues with
abated Energy

Un-

'ASaOC-iatrrd IT S3)
Corpus Christi. Sept. 19. Two han

dred and eighty-four bodies have been

City

Under Control of the
A. F. of L.

on Into the Interior
of Russia

(Associated Press) I (Associated Press)

New Y'ork, Sept. 1S. A movement Zurich, Sept. 19. The Poles have

has been started to organue all thetut railroad communications between

reported buried and the search con- employes of the city, including police- Kiev and Petrograd. according to dis-

tinued today for more" victims of the

tropical storm. Relief measures for
the homeless are progressing. Air Airplanes
planes Airplanes are assisting in the search for
marooned persons.

men and firemen into one union, to be I patches from Minsk, and are making

affiliated with the American Federa-1 progress toward the Dneiper, Mohilev

tion ol Labor, me ODjecx is to octamiand (Jraza.

vaee increases to meet the cost of

AMBASSADOR TO AMERICA

living. Fifteen anions, representing

100,000 workers, already have joined.
THE TEACHER PROBLE3I

Extensive Preparations to Tie
Entire Steel Industry
of America

Up

BOSTON'S BACKBONE

From Japan Has a Name that
Harrow the Proofreaders

Will

(Associated Pres3)
Tokio, Sept. 19. Kijuro Shidehara

has been appointed Japanese ambas

sador to the United States.

tigatton into the cost of living.
HOLDING THE COTTON

Washington, Sept. 19. There be being
ing being some apprehension in Florida that
the government contemplated selling
8000 bales of long staple cotton held
by the war department, Senator
Trammell yesterday appealed to the
department to withhold sale until the
prevent crop of long staple cotton is
marketed, therefore giving the farmer
an opportunity to dispose of his cot cotton
ton cotton prior to the sale of the govern ment
supply. He wa3 promised that
the matter would be held in abeyance
for the present.
OAK VALE

RED CROSS RUSHED

TO THE RESCUE

(Associated Prtss)
Helsingfors, Sept. 19. The Petro Petrograd
grad Petrograd newspaper Pravda publishes a
if f

soviet government proclamation ae- Xhe f0nowing two telegrams are

ctanng a state oi siege m jioscow, on g.ifeXp2anatory:

account oi me operations oi cos-

sacks near the Red army.

Editor Star: One of the greatest

reconstruction problems that now con-

fionts us is the supply and demand

fci certified school teachers.

It is variously estimated that the

United States is short from sixty to

seventy-five thousand teachers.

We will take the maximum esti

mate of seventy-five thousand and

average them at twenty pupils each;

this would leave 1,500,000

without teachers for the present
school year.
Our last legislature passed the

comDulsory school law which we all

Piaces of Striking Policemen
Being Rapidly Filled With
New Men

are

(Associated Press!
Boston, Sept. 19. The striking po policemen
licemen policemen have abandoned their plans
foi court action. A meeting has been
called fcr tonight to tabulate the vote
of various unions on the strike and
t?lk of a general walk-out has been
revived. The police commissioner is

children" ?.lling th?!aecs of h Etking

ircemen wnicn were aeciarea vacant.

(Associated Press)
Pittsburg, Sept. 19. Labor leaders
left for their homes today to complete
pians for the nation-wide steel strike
cailed for Monday.
William Z. Foster, secretary and
treasurer of the committee for organ organizing
izing organizing the iron and steel workers, de declared
clared declared today the men are ready to
quit Monday in every iron and steel
mill and blast furnace in the United
States not operated under union
agreements. Reports indicate that
200,000 workers will quit in this dis district.
trict. district. Several companies have print printed
ed printed appeals to their workers to stay on
the job.
: i
ANNUNZIO AND HIS
MEN HOLD OUT

Jaw f est in the Senate on the League
of Nations Preceding- a
Test Vote

(Associated I 'rest)

PLANNING TO FURNISH
REFRIGERATOR CARS

EVACUATION OF ARCHANGEL

cAssociated Pres3)
Archangel, Sept. 19. The British

are reported to be evacuating
Archangel front and carrying
rz.ids against the bolsheviki.

to storm victims at Corpus Christi re

ceived. National Red Cross headquar

ters in full charge; two relief trains

L. Walker, ci Red Cros3 already arrived and a

cotton I third on the way. Government boat

E. R. Black, Manager, Southern Di

vision, A. R. C, Atlanta.Ga.:

If we can do anything for the des- ncedff to about the moit

titute at Corpus enristi let us Know. i h, bill massed bv that most aueust Washington. Sent. 19. Senator

Louis R. Chazal, J hodv. Rut this bill onlv increases the I Park Trammell this week made a per

Chmn. Marion Co. Chapter, A. K. c teacher nrohlem. It: does not reauire I sonal call unon the railroad adminis-

any prophetic vision to know that I tration and urged that ample refrig-

next yearlerator cars be provided for handling

PROMINENT MAN KILLED

Danville, Sept. 19. H

president of the Martinsville

mills, and a native of Greenville, S

the J Louis R. Chazal, Chairman, American J teachers will be scarcer

out Red Cross, Ocala, rla.: ti'an they are this. 'Our boys have the citrus and vegetable crop of the

i our teiegram onenng assistance come home ready to take up the bur- approaching season in rlonda. He

dens and the joys of married life and j was assured that the railroad man-

some of these girls who are nowlagement was planning to furnish the
teaching school are sure to have I cars required.

home of their own in a short time.

Rome, Sept. 19. Although the time
limit for the surrender of Captain
D'Annunzio and his forces, who cap cap-tuied
tuied cap-tuied Fiume, expired last night, they
were still in command of the city to today.
day. today. Plans for a food blockade are
being pushed by General Badoglio.

DISTRICT HEALTH OFFICERS

C, was killed today when a safe fell ton operating at points outside of

Tftpn how i this trreat reconstruction

with Red Cross supplies from Galves- problem Gf suppiy and demand of

TEMPLE ATTRACTIONS

Oak Vale, Sept. 18. Mr. J. C. Hug Huggins
gins Huggins and family are moving this week
to a home Mr. Huggins recently pur purchased
chased purchased four miles west of Archer. We
are sorry to see them go, but trust it
is a wise move.
Mrs. Joseph Hall and son Earl, of
Pasley spent Sunday with her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. J. C. Huggins.
Mr. Henry Anderson Jr. left this
morning to. enter Stetson University,
DeLand, where he will prepare to en en-tei
tei en-tei some profession. He wa3 ready to
d j this when the call came to serve
his country. He ha3 only been home
a few months, and he 'spent that time
in helping his father on the farm.
Ferrel Boyer recently sent a book booklet
let booklet to his parents. It is a history of

his unit. They expected to start Aug.
31' for port of embarkation, leaving

from Coblenz.

Wc understand that our school
house will be completed this week.
We 'hope a competent teacher will
take charge of the school at an early
date.
Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Whitehurst
and son, Elliot of Willitson, spent
Sunday at the home of Mr. Joseph
Fielding.
Mis3 Agnes Colding returned today
from Pasley, where she has been vis visiting
iting visiting her aunt, Mrs. Tyner.

from a wagon upon him.

AN OMISSION

school teachers to be met? I Today, Sept. 19: Pauline Frederick

Our county superintendents are told in "One Week of Life' and Hearst

that they can not employ any one to News.
teach who do3 not hold a teacher's Saturday, Sept. 20: Beatrix Michel Michel-certificate.
certificate. Michel-certificate. When the British con- na in "Just Squaw," and Sunshine

fronted old Andrew Jackson at the! comedy.

battle of New Orleans, he unlocked! Monday, Sept. 22: Kitty Gordon in

the' doors of the prisons, placed guns I The Scar and L-Ko. comedy.

in the hands of the prisoners and told Tuesday, Sept. 23: Norma Tal-

them "by the eternal'' you fellows arelmadge in "The WTay of Woman, and

Moss Bluff, Sept. 18. Miss Martha I gcing to help lick the British. And I International News.

alive to the progress of Marion county Fort has returned from a delightful from all accounts they gave as goodl Wednesday, Sept. 24: Taylor Holmes
and naturally comes in on any im-j visit with relatives in Dade City and J an account of themselves as Jack-j in "Upside Down." and Ford Weekly?

provement. Its acquisition of the said Liooksville. I son's regulars. Jackson, fought and! Thursday, Sept. 25: Evelyn Nesbit
fine -piece of blooded pork is listed as Our school began Monday morning I wen this battle by using the material 1 in "Thou Shalt Not," and Mutt and

Corpus Christi not reached by rail railroad.
road. railroad. Red Cross workers on job and

apparently have situation well in

hand. Thanks for offer but not need-

Thft Rotors-Wilson Realty Com- eu ai present. iegare uavis,

pany has just cause of complaint Director of Publicity, A. R. C. South

,...,?. tk t'fo. T Knnrrli nno f till llVlSlOIl.

fhf finp hoes at thp Herloni sale, and

" I iltci tit irnn

1 rr tha list Thai .Muaa Di.uf r

liceers-Wilson Realty company is

follows: I with Mrs. Gus Waters teacher.

Ilerlong's Miss Gerstdale, 2nd, sow, Quite a number from our commu-

farrowed March 20, 1918; $160; the! city attended preaching at Oklawaha

Rogers-Wilson Realty Co., Ocala.
MRS. S. E. WATERMAN

Bridge church Sunday.

Mr. Albert Fort and son. Mr. Sid

ney Fort, of Ocala. made a business

trip to DeLand Monday.

Ocala was saddened this morning! Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Griggs of

to hear of the death of one of its best Bonaventure, returned last Monday

and most esteemed women, Mrs. S. I to spend quite a while in our commu

F. WTaterman, who passed away sud

denly at the home in Gainesvilje, Ga.,

nity.

Mr. Dan Fort, Miss Mamie Cochran,

at hand and didn't ask the president, I Jeff

the governor, the attorney general,! Friday, Sept. 26: Tom Moore in

the supreme court and a few morel "One of the Finest," and Hearst
that if they had no objection and that (News.

if in their opinion he would not be I Saturday, Sept. 27: Sessue Haya Haya-violating
violating Haya-violating any law or precedent andlkawa in "His Debt," and Sunshine

would they please give their sanction I comedy.

and approval on the prison doors be- Monday, Sept. 29: Violet Palmer in

ing opened and the prisoners turned "Ganger,' and LxKo. comedy.

loose. I Tuesday, Sept. 30: Constance Tal-

Our government asked the farmers madge in "Betty's Burglar' and the

this country to produce more I Irternational News.

wheat, more corn, more cotton, more

Ox

of her son, U. R. Waterman, where I Mr. Busbee Cochran and Miss Martha

she arrived a few days ago, expect- Fort motored to Silver Springs Sun-(hogs, more cattle, more chickens and! Narrow escane for a ladv on South

ir.g to spend some weeks visiting him I day afternoon. I all farm products in order that the Main street yesterday. Stepped out

ana nis iamny. ir. ana xvirs. noDert unggs ana world might be fed and clothed. I his from behind a car found herself

It is understood that Mrs. Water- children spent Sunday very. pleasant- was a problem for a while, as th nVht in front of annthpr. stpnnod hack

man's remains will be brought to ly at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tobe draft, the high wages at the factories just in time to avoid beine run over.

n 1 t l A r ; I II I i i iiT

ucaia oy ner son luinunuw xur ju- uauiwcu. I ana snipyarOS nad almost Strippea I Strppt linPd nn hotK sidps with rars.

terment, but the funeral arrange-1 Miss Hoyt Martin left Saturday for

ments are not now known. Ocala, where she will attend high

school.

Miss Mollie Chalker of South Flor-

a S vsm& hex cousin. Miss Dollie

-jiurrisun.

Mr. Lem Griggs has purchased
Ford car.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Griggs were

shopping in Ocala Friday.

Our community was well represent-

GRO-.CER

SPEOALS

FADE

MONDAY, SEPT. 22ND

TUESDAY, SEPT. 23RD
8 lb. Bucket Snowdrift per bucket $2.75
1 pk. Irish Potatoes .65
No 10 Alaga Syrup per can -.- 1.15,
3 lb. can Maxwell House Coffee 1.60
White House Coffee per lb. 53 cents, 2 lb 1.05
Dollar Brooms for .90
. Good 4 String Brooms for .65
10 cent Loaf of Bread for 9 cents, 4 for .35
15 cent Loaf of Bread 14 cents, 3 for 40
25 cent can Jar assorted flavors for .29
35 cent Jam Grapelade for .30
3 Id can Crisco for 1.05

PHONE 377

DELIVERED ANY WHERE IN TOWN

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Corner 8th St. and Orange Ave.

Saturday night.

Messrs. Jim and Sidney Fort of

Ocala were in our-town Tuesday.

Mr. Fred Davis, recently discharged

from the crovernment service, and

Miss Maggie Smith of Weirsdale,
were married Saturday. Sept. 6th. We

wish them a long and happy life.

the farms of labor, but necessity is and not. room for two to pass without
always the mother of invention, s careful maneuvering. Somebody will

girls donned the discarded overalls! be killed or badly hurt some day.
of their brothers and mounted the!

tractors and the cultivators, old men IFOR SALE Cabbage Plants: Long
who had quit hard work, again tookllcland Wakefield, Jersey Wakefield,

up the duties of life where they had! Sure Head, ready for shipment about
diopped them ten years before and I Sept. 20th. Delivered by parcel post,

the result is a matter of record; the J per thousand, $2.25; at Messick plant

world was fed and clothed. The farm-1 farm at Burbank, Fla., $2; less than

eia of the united States followed the I thousand lots, per 100. 25c. Cash

Samuel F.
19-5t

ed at the ice cream supper at Electra example of Andrew Jackson at the! must be send with order.

battle of New Orleans, and used the! Messick, Burbank, Fla.

material they found at hand and won

the battle.

In nearly every community we can

nna women wno a lew years aero

taught in the schools of our county

or state or some other state and who

now coulchbe induced to" take the

Jacksonville, Sept. 19. Following
an all day conference with Major

Ralph N. Greene, state health ofiicer,

a l board of health headquarters in
Jacksonville last week, district health

oflicers are taking up their activities

throughout the state unaer a new

program.

That Florida mav have the most ef

fective service the district men have

tc give, the health officers will be re

lieved of the sanitary work that oc occupied
cupied occupied much of their time in the past.
This work will be transferred to the
sanitary inspectors, who have been

put through a ten days' course of in intensive
tensive intensive training to fit them for it,
and the district health officers will be
left free for such health work as only

a graduate physician could do.

Another 'important change will be
a uniformity of endeavor which will
obtain in the future. Whereas in the
past, the district health officers have

vcrked largely at their own discre discretion,
tion, discretion, taking up whatever health ac

tivity they thought best, from now on

they will work to a definitely con

structive program that will be the

same throughout the state. In other

words when an anti-malarial cam

paign is going on in one section, the
same movement will be in progress in

oiher parts of the state.

This policy of .uniformity will not,
however, prevent the board from call

ing in the health officers from their

districts and detailing them to some
particular section should an epidemic

in any part of Florida make such ac
tion necessary.

Under the new program of the

beard the state has been divided ac according
cording according to the four congressional dis districts
tricts districts and a health officer placed in

charge of each district. The district
men and their headquarters are: Dr.
F. L. Tatom, DeFuniak Springs; Dr.
A. C. Hamblin, Tampa; Dr. George A.
Dame, Gainesville, and Dr. John
Keeley, Wrest Palm Beach.
The district men will make daily
reports to Major Greene that he may
keep closely in touch with their ac activities
tivities activities and health conditions through
the state.

(Associated Press)
Washington, Sept. 19. The Senate
tcday resumed consideration of the
peace treaty and after the reading is
finished, the debate that will follow is
expected to consume a week when the
first voting test is looked for. Sev Several
eral Several senators have planned to continue
their attack on the League of Na Nations,
tions, Nations, notably Senators Reed and
Senator Johnson, who was recalled

from his speaking tour by republican

eaders, and Senator Borah.
LABOR CONFERENCE
Washington, Sept. 19. N. B. But

ler, of England, secretary of the or-

anizing committee of the interna

tional labor conference, began pre preparations
parations preparations today for the first meeting
of the conference here October 29th,
as provided in the peace treaty.

SWISS DISPOSED TO

STUDY THE QUESTION

(Associated Press)
Berne, Sept. 19. The Swiss nation

al council committee has postponed a'

report on the entry of Switzerland to

the League of Nations.

FAIRFIELD

Fairfield, Sept. 15. Mr. L. C. Dodd,

who has been visiting friends here,
returned to his home in Jacksonville
Sunday.

Miss Agnes "iongue deft Sunday

for Jacksonville, where she will visit

relatives. Miss Yongue will visit her

sister in iKngsland, Ga.. before re

turning home.

The stork visited the home of Mr.
and Mrs. A. G. Yongue Friday. Sept.
5th, and left a fine little boy: The
bright little fellow has been given the
name of Henry Gordon.
Mrs. J. W Smoak and two children
returned to their home in Jacksonville
Sunday after a visit to Mrs. Smoak's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Payne.
Miss Pearl Osteen left yesterday
fcr Alachua, where she will attend
school.
The monument of Mr. A. B. Yongue
will be unveiled next Sunday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. The W. O. W. camp of Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship will assist in this service. AU
are invited to attend.
Sunday school at the Baptist church
has been changed to 3 o'clock in the
afternoon instead of in the morning,
as heretofore. Every one is requested
to attend.
Mr. Emmett Robinson is here from,
Jacksonville, to attend to business and
shake hands with his Ocala friends.

See Me
For All Classes Ol
Stone, Bricl Wood,
and Concrete
Building

3. D. McCasM

Contractor

? Phone 446. 728 Wenona St.

Mrs. J. P. Martin entertained de-1 work up again. But our superintend-

lightfully at a birthday party last

Saturday afternoon in honor of her!
son, James Lewis, who was two years

old. The guests were Mrs. John S.

Martin and four children and Mrs. S. 1
J. Martin and son, Willard. During

ent holds up his hands in holy horror, 1

and .says that he has not the authority

to mre any one to teach in the Mar Marion
ion Marion county schools whose certificate

has run out. He then tells us that
he is thirty or thirty-five teachers

the afternoon cake and lemonade,! short in the county and the Lord only

fudge and peanuts were served.

Septone Hair, : Tonic, 35 cents and
dollar bottles at Gerig's Drug Store.

knows when and where he will find

them. If these places that have not
beeff supplied with 'teachers and in all
probability will not be. should refuse
to pay their school tax we all know

SCIENCE BATTLING what would be the result. Is it bet-

WITH 3IOSQUITOES j ter for our superintendent to say to

the trustees of these schools, "You

OCALA

FLORIDA

Trying to Exterminate These Carriers
of Malaria and Other Deadly
Germs
Scientists say that the mosquito
must go. Years ago they were looked
upon only as nuisances but everyone
now knows that they are a vital dan danger
ger danger to all humanity. Yellow fever,
malaria and many other diseases can
be laid right at the mosquito's door.
Government, state and city health de de-pnrtments
pnrtments de-pnrtments are trying hard to exter exterminate
minate exterminate him but that wiU not come for
years.
In the meantime we must protect
ourselves. See that proper screens

are placed in the home, and spray the
house daily with TORMENT. TOR

MENT is death to insects. No mos mosquito
quito mosquito or fly can live in its gaseous va vapor.
por. vapor. TORMENT will not harm cloth clothing
ing clothing or furniture and has absolutely
no effect on human beings.
Sold by druggists, general stores
nnd dealers everywhere. The price is
25c. per bottle; do not pay more.
Adv, 2

will just have to wait till I can find

you a teacher with a certificate, and
I can't promise you that I will ever
find one for you," or to tell them,
"You fellows go out and hire some
one you know to be qualified for the
work and get your school started."
I have heard of some few men who
have made a fairly good stagger at
life who have gone to school to teach teachers
ers teachers employed by trustees in this man

ner. Ben Franklin, Horace Greely,
Abe Lincoln, Napoleon Broward and
last, but not least. Benjamin of the
Ocala Star, all were started on the
roaH to knowledge by teachers who
were probably hired by trustees and
who nine chances to one never stood

a teacher's examination. I say meet
this emergency as all great crises
have been met and use the material
wc have at hand. C. B. Howell.

J. II. Spencer

W. TL Pedricli

Mr. Robert McDougal is in the city
today.
Advertise in the Star for results.

THE OCALA GA EM5ME WOMMS
Local Agents for the Old Reliable
MCIK AOTM(Q)MILE

Announces that they tire 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.

GASOLINE

OILS

GREASE

MM Wtffi

SPENCER & PEDRICK, Proprietors.

" When Better Automobiles Are Built Buick Will Build Them

Oclilawaba Avenue and OsccolajSL

Ocala, Florida

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OCALA EVENING STAR, FKIDAY, SEJ'lEMBEU 19, 1919

CICALA EVEtlltlG STAR

Published Every Day Except Sunday by

STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
OF OCALA, FLA.
11. 11. Carroll, Frenldent
P. V. Leaven Rood, Secretary-Treanurer
J. II. llenjamln. Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as
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The disaster at Corpus Christi is a
fearful one, and six years ago would
have shocked the world. Today we
are so fed up on horrors that this

tragic event takes only an average
place among the news of the day. The
Gulf of Mexico and the Carribean
make a wicked twin of waters. Two
or three times a year there emerges
frcm one or the other or both of them
a storm that brings death and de destruction
struction destruction to our ulf coast and often
far inland. For some unknown reason
that part of the gulf coast from

Charlotte Harbor up to Homosassa is

comparatively immune, as is its hin hinterland.
terland. hinterland. This gives the people of this

section confidence which we hope will
never be destroyed by u rerord-break-ing:
storm.

The Florida School Room, edited by

P. W. Corr, a veteran teacher, says:

"How long will the teachers of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, be wax in the hands of a little

clique in Tallahassee?"
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It is the Star's opinion that when whenever
ever whenever a public official defies or evades
the law, it is time for him to resign.
His own treatment of the law will not
incline other people to expect justice

from him.

A copy of the Negro Advocate, pub

lished at Fordyce, Ark., has reached
us. This is a paper that is well
worthy of support. Sample copies can
be obtained by addressing the publi publication
cation publication as above. Special rates can be
obtained by quantity subscribers.
Chairman Raney of the democratic
state executive committee refuses to
call a state convention. We don't
blame Mr. Raney. He is an honorable
and consistent democrat, but the
events of the past few years have
pi obably convinced him that he does
not. know who is with him and who

isn't.

If the teachers of the country, who
with just reason complain of the dis disproportion
proportion disproportion of their pay to the cost of
living, will hold on, we think they will
find themselves even or a little ahead
of the game. Their salaries are not

likely to be reduced. These people
who are overpaid now, who strike un unless
less unless they receive money enough to
buy a new automobile every year, are
going to overdo the thing sooner or
later, and a majority of them will be
glad to get a dollar a day. It is true
that there will be breadlines and
scuphouses along the road that leads
to such a result, but the old fable of
the ant and the grasshopper is as ap applicable
plicable applicable today as it was in the days
of Aesop.
Fort King is again becoming a
speedway, and a cutout fires a volley
once in awhile. Last night, a car go going
ing going at least thirty-five miles an hour,
ran over a dog in front of Stephen
Jewett's house and went on without

stopping. The dog was badly hurt.
Mr. Jewett took it to a veterinarian
who has hopes of saving it. Running
ar. auto at that rate was a violation
of law, and running over the dog was
an act of cruelty such as any real man
would be bitterly ashamed of. This
business will not stop until the city
puts on a motorcycle policeman and
deals out a few jail sentences.
A FLORIDA JOURNEY

Tne Uainesville bun advocates a

picture show for Gainesville on Sun

day afternoons. We have heard scores
of Ocala people say they would be

glad if there was a Sunday afternoon
picture show here. There are a great
many who either can't see a show
during the week, or who are too weary
from the day's work to enjoy it when

they go.

Gov. Catts answered the request of
the city council of Tampa, that he re retract
tract retract a slanderous remark about that
city with an abusive letter, in which
he invited the council to go to see him
about it at Tallahassee or on the
streets of Tampa on his next visit to

that city. The council laughed and or ordered
dered ordered the governor's letter framed. It

should have laughed in the first place

and paid no other attention to the
governor's remarks. He is likely to

Bay anything but his prayers.

Tne Miami Herald, wnicn makes a
noise like it had a pain inside about
the league of nations, is sad about the

transfer of the control of Egypt from
the Germans to the British. Seems to
us that this would be a strange thing
for an American paper to worry over,

but when did it take place? Egypt

has been under alien control since the
days of Cambyses Persians, Greeks,
Romans, .Arabs, Turks,. French and

British have ruled them, but the news
that they have ever been under Ger German
man German control is indeed news to us.
"When was it, friend Herald?
It would be a more pleasant world
if nobody but negroes and poor whites
broke the law. Such people have lit little
tle little money and few friends; officers of
the law have an easy time arresting
them, and the newspapers do not lose
any advertising by printing their

M1CKIE SAYS

08 i V.

MICKEY IS TnE STAR DEVIL

Wacahoota, Sept. 15. Your scribe
at this place had a trip recently. She
was invited to accompany Mr. and

Mrs. J. O. Tyson and daughter, Janie-

lie and son, Johnny, who was chauf

feur for the party, to Sanford to visit

a brother. And one who is house

keeper and school teacher combined
leads such a busy life, such trips are

a treat and this invitation was read
ily accepted.

We left August 8th as the first
streaks of light were breaking thru
the gray of dawn. After a short wait

at the "cross roads," we were met by
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bradley and their
daughter, Lucile and Mr. and Mrs. R.
P. Smith in Mr. Bradley's Buick six.

They were going to Daytona and we
had a merry party. The roads, as is

usually the case, in this end of Mar

ion county, were pretty hard to travel

over, but we managed to get over

them and reached Ocala before the
stores were open. We ispent at least
fcrty-five minutes there, renewing old
acquaintances and shopping a little
after the stores were open. Then we
left over the National Highway and
soon found ourselves in the cool,

shady streets of Belleview, and ye

scribe looked longingly at ttie pretty

and comfortables residences and just

wondered which was the home of our

Belleview correspondent and would

have enjoyed shaking her hand, for

we always enjoy her items.

Now we found our road wound
around some beautiful orange groves

and we could see the clear, blue water

of Lake Weir and we must have trav

eled miles near its shores. There are
many pretty residences and bath
houses on its shores and a delightfully
cool breeze was wafted to us through
the magnificent trees, all covered with

long, swaying moss.
, The next place I remember was

Conant and then Fruitlahd Park. This
little town is rightly named as it re

sembled a nice, cool park and has
some quite nice residences. All thru
her we found good, red clay roads and
they seemed to be kept in fine condi

tion.

Leesburg was our next stop, as the
Ford was getting thirsty. There we

found every one busy and quite a nice
business center; handsome churches
and public buildings, as well as resi

dences. Many nice groves, bearing

and others not large enough to bear
fruit yet. Lake View nursery, the
largest citrus fruit nursery in Florida,

was fronting our road out. And the

beautiful shores of Lake Griffin were
seen in the distance. Sixteen miles on

to the shores of Lake Eustis at the

park we stopped for lunch. The park
has tables and seats for travelers to
enjoy their lunches. The long ride

gave us keen appetites and the way

fried chicken, sandwiches, pickles,
cake, etc., vanished from wight was
miraculous. Eustis is a place of more

importance than I had pictured in my

mind and has ome handsome resi

dences.

Mount Dora i one of the prettient,

neatest places of its nize in the coun

try. The HtreetH and -yard are all

clean and sanitary and beautiful flow flowers
ers flowers were blooming everywhiT. Tan Tangerine,,
gerine,, Tangerine,, we suppose, wan nnnxd for
the orange, and we found large proven

of citrus fruit of all kinds here. Apop Apop-ka
ka Apop-ka and Plymouth are both on the
shores of lovely lakes, one whose
shores were so near the driveway the
clear- white sand bottom looked very
tempting and we would have enjoyed
forgetting we were a grown-up and
pulled off our shoes and waded as we
used to do when children. Now we

soon reached a good brick road and
we knew we were in Orange county.
Orlando was our next stop and can
well be called the flower of the South.
It seemed almost as busy as Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, and the residence sections are
beautiful. The drive around Lake
l ucerne Circle is lovely. White swan3
are een leisurely swimming in the
deep, blue water. The shores are
grassed and beautiful roses and other
fowers are erowing all around. We

were told there are twenty lakes in inside
side inside the incorporate limits. After
driving thru several of the prettiest
streets, with Mrs. R. P. Smith as our
guide, she having visited there before,
vt stopped at a cool drink room and

reireshed ourselves. men we were
icady for our 2'i-mile ride to San San-foul.
foul. San-foul. But the roads are all brick and
v.e passed thru so many pretty places
wo did not realize it was more than

six or eight miles. Winter Park has
a beautiful park, handsome school
house and educational hall. Maitland
has large grapefruit groves, all laden
with fruit, that looks like it would
soon taste good cut cross-wise with
plenty of sugar, for breakfast.
We could see a glimpse of Alta-

nionte hpnngs as we passed thru,
and here were large orchards of
banan trees.
At Sanford we parted from Mr. and

Mrs. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Bradley,
after promising them to drive over to
Daytona the next day. We found San Sanford
ford Sanford wide-awake and hustling. Large
holds are being prepared for celery
and white canvas flapping in the
breeze over the celery beds show it is

up and soon will be large enough for
transplanting. Sanford is on the
shore of Lake Monroe. It is a good
farming section. The Seminole Coun County
ty County Bank and the State Bank would be
a credit to any city, while the Peo Peoples'
ples' Peoples' Bank is as nice as many we
have seen. We had no trouble in find finding
ing finding our brother's residence, and con conversed
versed conversed over old times and new, till the
wee small hours.
Saturday we left at 11 o'clock and
crossed over the St. Johns river on
the ferry and found a good shell road
all the way to New Smyrna. Here
we went to the pier on the Indian
river and other places of interest be before
fore before starting on to Daytona. The
drive was indeed picturesque, many
beautiful oaks, magnolias and palms
on either side and the ripples on the

vater of the river glittering through

the sunlight, and here and there a
bungalow and a little clearing or per perhaps
haps perhaps an orange grove. We came to

a series of bridges, nice, white

bridges five I think and highly

thrown up embankments between.
This is Port Orange and people were

on the bridges fishing in the river.

Daytona is too widely famed for its

beauty and prosperity for me to try

and describe it. All I will say it's
well worth a trip over there to see it.
We crossed the new cement bridge to

Daytona Beach and drove the entire
length of the beach before we found
the Ohio house, where our friends

were staying. Quite a number from

Wacahoota, Williston, Flemington
and Gainesville were stopping there
and we received a warm welcome. We
ate our lunch with Mrs. R. P. Smith,
who gave us the most refreshing drink
of ice tea. The Ohio house fronts on
the vast Atlantic and the bracing
breeze was cool and pleasant. A

thunder shower and a downpour of

ram lasting all the afternoon prevent

ed the ladies in the party from hav

ing a dip in the surf.

We left at six in the rain and reach reached
ed reached Sanford at nine. Another pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit there until Sunday after

noon, leaving then for Kissimmee to
visit a cousin. It .was twenty-three
miles to Orlando and eighteen on to

russimmee. this is quite a pretty

place and has handsome residences,
churches and pretty flowers. Our

cousin lives in front of the main en

trance to the court house, which is a

large, three-story, brick structure,

with pretty trees around, but the

giass was nigra ana no nowers or

cement walks and horrors! there were
cows tied on the square to eat the
grass down. But this lot was not in

keeping with the other public build

mg lots. We left there at nine-thirty

.Monday morning and stopped in Or

lando a short time, ate our lunch at
the same table in Eustis, but missed
our jolly companions we had going
down. We refreshed the Ford and

ourselves at Leesburg. We reached

Ocala at 2:30, spent about an hour

there and reached home at 5 o'clock.
The road from Fairfield this way was
almost impassable and full of water.
On no part of our trip did we find a
county so full of natural resources as
Marion. The corn farther south
would hardly yield enough to pay for

the seed. Of course, they have large

citrus groves, but we can and do have
them here; we have as fine cattle or

better than any we saw. Then the
phosphate, turpentine, etc. And ex except
cept except around Sanford the land looks
toe poor and low for truck growing or

any kind of farming. Still we found
good roads in every county we pass passed
ed passed through except Marion. Seminole
and Orange have brick roads; Volusia
shell; Lake has asphalt and clay and
Osceola brick. I do not see why we
cannot have as good roads as they do,
for I feel we are as prosperous a
county. And the money that is spent
on roads here is wasted. I say we
need to make brick or asphalt roads
and it will be the greatest need of all

the people of the entire county, andJ

ii it takes bonds to have them, let's
br rd.

Lamar WInegard had his arm broke
Sunday, when he was thrown from
h;? horse while on the way to church.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Remington were
afternoon callers on the latters
mother, Mrs. W. A. Reddinsr, Sunday
last.
Rev. D. A. Martin filled his regu regular
lar regular appointment at the school house
Sunday, morning and evening.
Mr. Ralph Anderson of Coleman,

came up last week to help Mr. G. W.
Burnett on his farm this year.
We were sorry to hear of the death
of Mrs. George Lawton. We extend

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our deepest sympathy to the bereaved c

ones.
Miss Mary Barnett will leave next;
week for Fcrt While, where she will
make her home with her brother.
Miss Nannie Redding expects to
leave soon for a short visit to her
grandmother in St. Petersburg.
Mis Bessie Mae and Travis Loften
a;e attending school in Belleview.
Mrs. Will Brantley and son, Irwin
of Jacksonville, are visiting her
father, Mr. J. M. Brantley this week.

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FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EMBALMERS
AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
No charge for delivery of casket anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R: PYLES JR-
Licensed Embalmers
Office Phone 10 Night Phones 225 or 423

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BEAN SEED

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 Ocala Seed' Store.

Ur this Star' Unclassified Column

UIAKT.EK OAK
Omrftit- Oak. .Sent. 17. Mr. and

Mr. T, VV, hitrnett and little son Ray Raymond
mond Raymond returned from Fort Ogden Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, annd were accompanied by Mrs.
Harnett's brother. Rev. D. A. Martin.
Miss Bessie Mae Loften was a
pleasant caller on Mrs. W. J. Piatt.
Saturday afternoon.
We are sorry to report that Mr.

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Come here and take advantage of our popular new improved easy payment plan. Anybody wh
stands well with his friends and neighbors, or has been able to stay any length of time with his
employer or in business, is entitled to long and liberal credit under our generous weekly or semi semimonthly
monthly semimonthly payment plan.
But don't forget one big fact: If you'd rather pay cash, come here and pay it. We've got the
prices, which entitle us to an unlimited cash patronage, and we're getting it. Our store can often
show you more styles than your cash store. So, why take a style you don't want there, when you
can come here and get what you do want for less money?

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We are not only selling our Men's Fall Clothes styles
to men of Ocala, but we're shipping them out of town on
cash orders so numerous that the results even suprise

ourselves, The new flannels, cassimers and worsted suits for young men
and the older progressive gentleman are pictures of beauty. See them.

And Up

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Poplins, Serges, Velours
and Broadcloths in -every
new mode now setting nif nifty
ty nifty dressers on edge. All
sizes and all shades,

22-50 UP

You'll Find In Our
Boys' Department
Neat mixtures and
stripes, newest style in
Norfolk coat and knick knickers,
ers, knickers, Boys' All-Wool Blue
Serge Norfolk Suit.
at $10.00 up

Women's and Misses'
Street and Atternoon
DRESSES

In thrilling style diversity
tomorrow. The values are won wonderful.
derful. wonderful. The charming originality
expessed by the new Fall and
Winter models will never be re re-peated
peated re-peated again. Don't wait till
others get all the dashing dreams.
You oughr to have one yourself.
Serges, Silks, Velvet and Satins;
in marvelous display of all sizes,

16.50 up

Ladies'
Fall and Winter

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In all the newest
shades, cloths
and colors, at

20.00

and up

FALL MATS
FOR MEN
See Our New and Delightful
Collection.
EVERY VARIETY OF FASHION

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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1919

OOMSNG HOUSE-

OCALA OCCURRENCES

18 Rooms. Only one block from
the Post Office and business center.
Going to be sold at once, at a
bargain. Ocala needs it. Apply to

if

you have any society items for
star, plea.se phone five-two-three.

OBSERVATIONS

Wise and Otherwise
"Every snake in the grass
htr can charm a chicken."

thinks

D. St

,Ke o

f the Ocala Na-

Mr. H

Lional Bank i -pending his vacation
kv:th his mother at Gainesville.

Among the Ocala youths to attend
Georgia Tech this year is K. M. Brit Brit-tain,
tain, Brit-tain, the son of Iiev. and Mrs. C. M.
hiittain, who left for Atlanta several
days ago.

F. W. DITTO,!

REALl ESTATE

Ocala, Florida.

The hest assortment of Children's
Tooth Brushes we have shown since
the war started. All sizes and prices
at Gerig's Diug Store.

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Mrs. D. S. Wood row is enjoying a
visit to friends in Charleston, having
accompanied her daughter. Miss Blair
Wood row, that far on the latter 's
journey to New York city.

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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 no w furnishing Prest-O-Lite
Batteries as Standard Equipment.

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Cleveland Six
Chalmers Six
Chandler
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Commonwealth Monitor

YONGE'S BATTERY SERVICE
Lester Lucas, Proprieter and Manager
Fort King Avenue

Messrs. James Mixson and John
Busley of Williston were in Ocala
yesterday, the guests of the former's
cousin, Mi Not man Home. These two
young men expect to do to Gainesville
Monday to enter the university.

At la.-t there is a way to extermi exterminate,
nate, exterminate, the roaches from your house.
' Roach Doom" is its name and it can
be had at the Court Pharmacy under
a guarantee. lU-tf

Great minds and great fortunes are
not always to be found together.
-
A certain young man who when a
boy suffered terrioly from ground
itch, has the worst kind of money itch
new.
Keep busy! Did you ever see a fly
sit on a boiling pot?

Battery Service

Rev. Bunyan Stephens was a wel welcome
come welcome visitor to Ocala between trains
yesterday, en route to his home at
i'j adentown from Tallahassee, where
he went to interview the board of
('.(.aeons relative to his call from the
Baptist church of that place.

! Mrs. O. C. Tignor who has been the
j .truest of her sister Mrs. W. W. Rilea
I for some time past, will return to her
heme at Center Hill Sunday. Mr. Tig Tig-j
j Tig-j nor will arrive Saturday to accom accom-j
j accom-j pany his wife and their infant daugh daugh-:
: daugh-: tf r, whom they have named Edith

Virginia, to their home.
Get ready your fal garden. We
have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf

pretty peacherinos will pay less at- Dinah, who has presided for more
tcntion to the bloom on their cheeks J than a quarter of a' century over "the
and more to the brown on the bis- missuses kitchen, has decided (like
cuits, to the pleasure and delight of our own) to retire to private life and
end and the boys. Those sweet, younfe live forever unto the end on the

things who have lolled the summer
away in chiffons and georgettes, chas chasing
ing chasing after house parties, find them themselves
selves themselves forced into perusal of original
research in culinary chemistry, be be-gowned
gowned be-gowned in a gingham apron and a
kitchen range as best company. And
why all this, we hear you ask. Well,
because the average dear old black

bounty of her husband, who is the
city's mo'st prominent lawn trimmer
and whitewasher. Yes, mother and
us girls are to have full and free run
in the kitchen this season, and the
boys are going to enjoy for once their
innings at learning to wipe the dishes
while dad's bank account swells to the
popping point, with shekles saved

from the "tote and carry" system,
now tolerated in too many otherwise

happy homes.

The good old days when it was up
to Providence to see to it that chil children
dren children did not starve is a closed era.
Smaller families will be the direct re result
sult result of increased cost of living. The
world has come to understand that
there are too many people. Life seems
cheap and bread is too high. The
average couple cannot afford children
under modern living conditions.

Paaulme Frederick in "One Week

of Life," is the attraction at the Tern

pie today, with the Hearst Interna International
tional International News. "One Week of Life" is
said to be a very strong photoplay,
admirably adapted to Miss Frederick's
special talents.

Before Buying An Automobile See

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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
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MY REPAIR DEPARTMENT
Is equipped to repair any and all makes of cars, and the service is
guaranteed satisfactory. Garage in the Carmichael Building, near
Union Station, North Magnolia street.

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Realizing the need in Ocala of fur furnished
nished furnished apartments, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Bryant, with commendable enterprise,
have remodeled their residence on
North Tuscawilla street near the high
school, making of the second story a
modern five-room apartment, which
will be ready for occupancy about
the first of October.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Kitchener
have completed a delightful visit to
New York city, and are now in their
new home in Detroit, at 1184 Pingree
avenue. As Miss Mae tSein, Mrs.
Kitchener has many friends in Ocala
who wish her the greatest happiness
in her new home.

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

acy. Phone 284. 19-tf,

Phone

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Cedar fence posts, 3-inch heart,

seven feet long, for sale at 15 cents

each f. o. b. Homosassa.
SOUTHERN RED CEDAR CO. Inc.

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Have you ever noticed how very
much men are like needles? They
never get through with their work
unless they are pushed.
The weed nuisance in Ocala is a
matter of personal responsibility to
the lot owners. Appearances disclose
lots of laziness.
m
How often it is that the fellow who
stands on the sidewalk and condemns
the speeding ctir, is the first fellow
when he gets in one to speed by some
one else.
Health experts of Cincinnati say
that it is very unlikely that the in influenza
fluenza influenza epidemic will return to the
United States this fall, and we are
t'iad to extend such cheerful news to
cur readers.
In all the papers we see where
Uncle Sam is selling army blankets
to his nephews and nieces. The pric
is the only thing about them that's
shrunk and that is kept under cover.
If you want to keep your strength
use it; if you want to get tired do
nothing.

The littlest girl and boy can't un understand
derstand understand why ice cream isn't the best
cure for stomach ache.

Which can say the most, a woman

with a mouth full of hair pins or a
man with a mouth full of -tobacco?

When a young man gets into his
head the idea that he knows it all,

there is nothing to be done but to sit
down and wait for life to knock the
notion out of him.

A Marion county farmer was in the

city a few days since, and a few

hours later was observed with a new
pair of shoes under his arm. He said
to the writer that he brought in a
cow hide for sale and by adding two
dollars to the amount the hide brought
he was able to get the shoes.
In some cities housewives have or organized
ganized organized to quiz middlemen on the
high cost of living. Bet when the

quizzing is in full swing there will be
a number of the quizzed who will wisk

they had never been born, or at least

had some some milder form of punish
mcnt meted out to them.
While Paris is demanding knee

dress as the ultra in the new winter
styles, American women are waging
a successful rebellion against modes
of dress that are unlovely and im immodest.
modest. immodest. While the styles of skirts

will be close and somewhat shorter,

American women will never permit

knee lengths. Dame fashion demands

the modest ankle length skirt, and

broad enough to take an hqnest step.

Glory be!

Plant your home garden this
month;-; lettuce, mustard, carrots,
beets, onions, English peas, beans,

turnips, potatoes, radishes, etc., and

before Thanksgiving you will be revel

ing in fresh vegetables independent of
the trusts and the packing combines,

the big interests or the local profit

eers.

Did you ever notice how much the

average cook book recipes call for?

Une has to almost buy a grocery

store to produce a simple bread pud

ding these days. What we need is

simpler recipes and simpler eating.
The war helped some in this respect,
but not nearly enough. Added to lots

of common sense, the home-maker
needs simpler food. People would live
cheaper, work better and laugh hap happier.
pier. happier. We have a hunch that air travel
will never become popular until some somebody
body somebody invents a soft way to hit the
ground.
Our enemies have to live with their
bad qualities. We don't, so let them
alone.
Water hyacinths analyze about the
same food value as the spineless cac cactus.
tus. cactus. Burbank made great fame by de developing
veloping developing the spineless cactus, but the
old lady who upset the tub of hya hyacinths
cinths hyacinths into the St. Johns river near
Palatka, starting them in Florida, is

unknown to fame. It is probable that

the hyacinths have saved the lines of

hundreds of cattle when other feeds

was scarce. Its an ill wind that blows

nobody good.
The Wilmington Star says: "Flor
ida has a river known as the Okla

waha. It's a wonder how people can

dwell on that beautiful stream with without
out without taking all their time to write
poetry. The Suwanee in Florida and

Swannanoa in North Carolina have

invoked the muses."

Women have lately won another ad advantage.
vantage. advantage. Every man wants the top

of an automobile down when he trav

els. Every woman wants it up. You
most never see an automobile with

the top down.

To fight the H. C. of L. every one
who possibly can should own a red
plush cow or two, and an emerald
velvet garden. The milk trust could
then go hang and the vegetable ven vendors
dors vendors likewise.
The saying is "That everything
comes to those that wait, provided
they wait long enough." So it seems
that mother and the girls have waited

about long enough and are doomed to
spend the greater portion of this win winter
ter winter in their home kitchen. Florida's

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The Fashion Center
of Marion County

Ocala

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Distinctly a Specializing
Shop
Concentrating on
FASHIONABLE OUTER
APPAREL
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Presenting Styles This Season that Express
"Infinite Chic" "Exclusive Smartness"
"Charming Individuality" "Spirited Dash"

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Superbly Styled Coats
$16.50 to $124.50

Exquisite Blouses
$2.50 to $18.50

Stunning Wool
Dresses
$1 6.95 to $56.50

Separate Skirts
of Wool Plaids and
Silks
$5.95 to $21.50

Wonderful Tailored
Suits
$16.50 to $79,001
Beautiful Silk Frocks
and Evening and
Dinner Dresses
$17.50 to-$105.00

We also have a wonderful assortment of
Jersey Petticoats Sweaters Hosiery Furs

Silk Negligees

Silk Undergarments

Gloves

We specially invite our out of town patrons to make this store your head- :is
quarters, while in the city. Your time will be well spent by going over our I1:
tremendous line of Fall necessities for the young misses' and women's wardrobe. ix-

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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 191S

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UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

LATEST-LOCALS

Miss Dorothy Schreiber expects to

i leave tomorrow lor laiianassee ior

her final year's work at the Woman's
ColletfC.

RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c.; three times, 50c.; six timei
7c; one month $3. Payable in advance.

Miss

Eunice O'Dell of Micanopy

.ill arrive in Ocala tomorrow for a
week-end visit to Mrs. D. W. Tomp-

jkins and daughter, Miss Irene.

Charlie Hunter has put in a new,

DON'T BETRAY AMERICA,
SAYS THE PRESIDENT

Aboard President Wilson's Special
Train. Before coming into California,
which marks the halfway point in the
long journey, and which is important
also because it is the state of Hiram
Johnson, one of the chief opponents
of the league of nations covenant.
President Wilson, "in the house of his
friends," delivered one of the most
powerful addresses of his tour. This
was inPortland, Oregon, where, in-

A SURE WAY TO SAVE ON TIRES

Let us vulcanize all of your old used
tires which can possibly be saved in
this way. Our vulcanizing process
positively prolongs the life of both
tires and tubes. Figure it out for
yourself and you will see what a big
saving we can create for you in your
tire account.
BIALOCK BROS.

FOR SALE CHEAP Model K Hup Hup-mobile
mobile Hup-mobile in first class condition. For
demonstration see Collier Brothers,
Ocala, Fla. 18-tf

electrical disnwasner at nis caie. ana 8pired Dy a tumultuous reception along
says he is willing to take the contract thft -rv'a Btrots nrt than over strtv

aiiles of the famous Columbia highway,

FOUND On Fort King avenue Mon Monday,
day, Monday, a man's coat. Owner call at Star

ofrice and pay expenses.

17-3t

WANTED Good second hand three
or four-horsepower gasoline or soal
oil engine. Apply to J. -L. Smoak,
Ocala. 17-6t
WANTED Second hand cash regis register
ter register in good shape; also several show

cases. Address Ucala Auto & oarage

Co., Ocala. Fla. 17-3t

to wash dishes for half
keepers in town.

the house-

The Masons held their first lodge

and finally in the big auditorium, the
president gave eloquent voice to what
was not only a strong appeal for the

O&vprv mxri cT dor flu

At a wf r

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meeting in their fine, new hall last ratification of the pact, but a cnal cnal-night.
night. cnal-night. There was a large attendance lenge to those who oppose it, and, at

and good work dene. James Taylor
took the second degree.

PFONE 78
Oklawaha Ave

Ocala, Fla.

Poor eyes make
backward chil children.
dren. children. 'Bad eye eyesight
sight eyesight retards
both mental and
physical progress.

(GARAGE

Oxy-Acetyline Welding
Electric Valve Grinding
General Repair Shop
All Work Guaranteed

GAS, OIL and SUPPLIES
Open 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Cor. Ft. King and S. Magnolia

WANTED October 1st, two or three

rooms for light housekeeping. Ad Ad-oress
oress Ad-oress "B." care Star office. 16-6t

FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and sell

second hand furniture. Experts put it

good condition before re-selling.

m

Repair sewing machines, lawn mow

ers, enamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
310, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Tabor

daughter, Miss Cora Tabor, arrived
yesterday from Chicago, and are the
guests of Mrs. Tabor's sister, Mrs. S.
P. Hollinrake on East Broadway.

Cara Nome the exquisite Talcum
Powder. Ask to see it at Gerig's
Drug Store.

Messrs. E. L. French, Tom Haraes
and Rev. S. E. Lawhon, all Belleview
Masons, attended the meeting of the
Ocala lodge last night and came
around about 11 p. m. to pay the Star
a call.

WOOD Phone 146 for all lenghths
oak or pine wood; thoroughly season seasoned.
ed. seasoned. Special price on quantity orders.
Put in your winter supply now.

Smoak's Wood Yard.

15-tf

WANTED Your order for high
grade office stationery. Star Job
Office. 26-tf

RAILROAD

DR. G. A. EDM I ST ON
Veterinary Physician and Surgeon
Phone 38 M
Ocala - Florida

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

Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. 1
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
3:20 am Jacksonville-New York 2:10 am
1:55 ptn Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pm
2:15 am Tampa-Manatee-'
St. Petersburg 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:25 pm Tik.aipa-St. Petersburg 4:05 pm

ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD

Leave Arrive

2:12 pm J'cksonvllle-New York 3:15 am.
1:45 pm. J'ksonville-G'inesvllle 3:35 pm.
8:42 am. J'ksonville-O'nesvllle 10:13 pm
3:15 am. St. Pet'sbrg-Lak eland 2:12 ara
3:35 pm St. Pet'sburg-Lakeland 1:35 pm
7:10 am. Duonellon- Wilcox
7.40 am. Du'nellon-L'kelaud 11:03 pm
5:25 pm. Horoosassa 1:35 pm
10:13 pm. Leeaburg 8:42 am
4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tiiday. Thursday. Saturday.

ANTHONY

HEADQUARTERS

: tor :
5 Goodyear S
Kelly-Springfield :
5 Michelin and
I Diamond -1
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UNOERTAKERS and E1IDAI.MERS

PHONES 47. 10i. KS
OCALA. FLORIDA

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
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, 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.

A BED RENOVATOR

Is now here, located in the Chace
building:, Oklawaha avenue and ,Or ,Or-5tnire
5tnire ,Or-5tnire street. Phonft 112. J. E. Drew. tf

' Anthony, Sept. 16. Rev Douglas
of Weirsdale delivered two interesting
sermons at the Baptist church Sunday.

Mr. G. M. Brown of Moore Haven,

arrived Saturday to be in Anthony for
a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Griffin returned
Monday after an extended bridal trip
on the East Coast.
Mr. H. H. Gates left Friday for
Gainesville, where he will pe the guest
of his sister, Mrs. N. K. Higgen Higgen-botham.
botham. Higgen-botham.
Mr. and Mrs. Hooper, Mr. C. S.
Hardee and Misses Pearl and Johnnie
Old of Ocala spent Sunday in An Anthony.
thony. Anthony. Messrs. Thurman' Goifnell, Oscar
Proctor, Thurston Driggers and
Ernest Dias of Pedro were callers in
Anthony Sunday.
Mr. Vardie Wall returned from Ar Arcadia
cadia Arcadia Sunday.
Mr. R. H. Connell returned from
Georgia Saturday, accompanied by
Mr. R. O. Martin and Mrs. Roonie
Martin.
A jolly party of young folks spent
the evening at Silver Springs Mon-

Iday.

Mrs. W. H. Webb and sons, Dan and
Foba, left Friday for their home in
Oakland, Fla.
Mr. T. F. Walsh and two grand granddaughters,
daughters, granddaughters, Misses Margaret and Eliz Elizabeth,
abeth, Elizabeth, are spending a few weeks with
Mr. Walsh's daughter, Mrs. E. C.
Beuchler.
Miss Annie Lou Souter entertained
at her home last Thursday evening in
henor of Miss Julia Meadows, who
will leave Wednesday for Sutherland.
All present pronounced Miss Souter a
f;ne hostess.
Mrs. A. R. Griffin and daughter,
Miss Cora, returned last week after
some weeks spent in Charlotte, N. C
XOTICE'OP SHERIFF'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of an execution issued
out of and under the seal of the cir circuit
cuit circuit court of the fifth judicial circuit
of the state of Florida, in and for "Mar "Marion
ion "Marion county, of date September 5th, 1919,
in a certain cause latelv npndin? in

said court in which The American Ag Agricultural
ricultural Agricultural Chemical Company, a cor corporation
poration corporation organized and existing: under
the laws of the .state of Florida, was
plaintiff, and J. W. Johnson was de defendant,
fendant, defendant, I have levied upon and will
sell at public outcry at the south door

or the Marion county court house, in j
Ocala, Marion county, Florida, on,
October '6th. 1910, j

oetween tne hours of 11 o'clock in the
forenoon and 2 o'clock in the after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, all of the riarht. title and intcrpst

of said J. W. Johnson in and to that
certain lease executed by and between
said J. W.-Johnson and James S. Har Harvey,
vey, Harvey, said lease beinpr recorded in the
public record. of Marion oonntv. Flor

ida, in the office of the clerk thereof,
in deed book 167 at page 175 et seque,
thereof. Also all of the risrht. titlp and

interest of 5-aid J. W. Johnson in and
to the following lands, which nrp de

scribed in said lease, which said J. W.
Johnson may have m said lands by vir virtue
tue virtue of said lease or otherwise, to-wit:
.The east half of the northwest Quar

ter and the north half of thu southwest

quarter of section thirty, township
thirteen south, Tanre twenty-two east;
also the northeast quarter of the
southeast quarter of section twenty twenty-five,
five, twenty-five, township thirteen south, range
twenty-one. east. Said lands lyingr and
being In. Marion county, state of Flor-

da. -v J. P. GALLOWAY.
Sheriff of Marion County. Florida.

F. R. HOOKER, i
Plaintiffs Attorney. 9-5-fTi

Somebody should have thought up

the picture, "In Again, Out Again,"
at the Temple last night, about three

years ago. It would have hit the
pacifists in the midrift.

Mrs. L. E. Murphy and daughter,
Miss Therese Murphy of Jacksonville,
arrived in Ocala yesterday, the latter
beginning her duties as instructor for
the sixth grade of the grammar school
this morning. Mrs. Murphy, who is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. W.
Tucker, will return to her home to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, and Miss Murphy expects to
make her home during the school
term with Mrs. Wallis.

The Misses Kirkby entertained in informally
formally informally yesterday afternoon at the
rectory, complimenting in a charming
manner Miss Dorothy Schreiber, who
epects soon to return to college. The
young ladies were requested to bring
their fancy work, and this occupied an
enjoyable hour, the hostess after afterwards
wards afterwards serving refreshments of ice
cream, cake and bonbons. Invited to
this informal affair were Misses Dor Dorothy
othy Dorothy Schreiber, Mary Burford, Susie
Lou Ellis, Dorothy Lancaster, Tillie
Pasteur, Sidney Harold and Mrs. C.
L. Fox.

Dr. H. C. Dozier has just returned
from a meeting of the Seaboard Air
Line Surgeons Association, held in
Charleston this week. He read a
paper before the meeting entitled
"Preventable Deformities of the Up Upper
per Upper Extremities," and received the
first prize, which amounted to a $48
ambrine apparatus. This is an en entirely
tirely entirely complete apparatus for the
treatment of burns. Four years ago
Dr. Dozier also carricj off first prize
at the associational meeting. At the
meeting this week Dr. Dozier was
elected second vice president of the
association. The second and third
prizes offered went to Dr. Southgate
Leigh of Norfolk and Dr. McDowell
of Savannah.

: ?
W. ft. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf

The classes in home hygiene and
care of the sick which are being con conducted
ducted conducted in the basement of the library
ar well attended and much interest
is being manifested. The Red Cross,
believing that this course should be
available to every woman and girl in
the country, is sending out nurses
from headquarters to give instruction
along these lines, and Miss Massee,
an efficient nurse and instructor, ar arrived
rived arrived in Ocala the early part of the
week to take charge of these classes.
The course, which requires about two
weeks to complete, is intended to fit
wome nto care for minor illnesses and
eomrgencies that appear in every
household, and the equipment and
care of the sick room. The text book
used in this course comprises fifteen
chapters, and today's lesson was
"Babies and their Care." in the prac practical
tical practical demonstration of the correct way

to bathe a baby, Martha Ray, the in

fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
McJKay, who have, recently moved to
Ocala, added espacial interest to the
lesson by her beautiful behavior while
being used as the object in the dem demonstration.
onstration. demonstration. The morning class has
twenty members, while the afternoon
and evening classes number about
fifteen members each. Miss Massee,
theMnstructor in charge, is a guest
while in Ocala at the home of Mrs. J.
W. Davis.

the eame time, an intimation that he

would not be averse to certain minor
reservations, though he considered
A. A. 2 1 1 am

and 1 1116111 enureiy Bupeiuuwuo.

Nations Must Unite
At the beginning of his Portland ad address,
dress, address, Mr. Wilson read the. following

f quotation, which, he said, expressed

his views exactly: "Nations must
unite as men unite in order to pre preserve
serve preserve peace and order." The nations
must be so united as to be able to say
to any single country, "You must not

go to war," and they can say effective- I

ly when the country declaring war j
knows that the force which the Unit United
ed United nations place behind peace Is ir irresistible."
resistible." irresistible." Court's Decision Is Final
"In differences between Individuals
the decision of a court is final, be because,
cause, because, in the last resort, the entire
force of the commuity is behind the
court's decision. In differences be between
tween between nations which go beyond tht
range of arbitral questions, peace can
only be maintained by putting behind
it the force of united nations deter determined
mined determined to uphold and prevent war."
The audience warmly applauded the
sentiment expressed in the quota quotation.
tion. quotation. Then it buret into cheers and
laughter as the president explained
that the quotation is from an address
delivered at Union College in June,
1915, the year that the war began, by
Mr. Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachu Massachusetts.
setts. Massachusetts. "I entirely concur in Senator
Lodge's conclusion, and I hope I shall
have his co-operation in bringing about
the desired result."
Asks People To Forget Politics
Introduced by a Republican mayor,
the president appealed to both his fellow-Democrats
and to the Republicans
to forget politics when considering the
league. "If any one allows himself,
when thinking of this matter, to think
of the elections of 1920," Mr. Wilson
said, "I want to declare that I sepa separate
rate separate myself from him." The president,
referring to his senatorial opponents,
said the great danger from them was
that they might eo change the mean mean-nig
nig mean-nig of the peace treaty as to make
necessary the reconsideration of it by
the other powers, inoluding Germany.
"And it would sit very, ill upon my
stomach to take it back to Germany."
"Let Borah take it back," some one
shouted.
"I have said 1 do not see a single
phrase in the covenant which is of
doubtful meaning, but if they want
to say, in other words, what that un undoubted
doubted undoubted meaning is, provided they do
not change that undoubted meaning,
I have no objection.
Will Flflht Minority Rule
Tremendous applause was evoked by
a statement of Mr. Wilson's concern concerning
ing concerning the industiial situation. He de declared:
clared: declared: "I am going to fight any ef effort
fort effort to have any minority rule this
country. It does not make any dif difference
ference difference which minority it is, whether
it is capital or labor. No sort of privi privilege
lege privilege will ever be permitted in this
country; it -is a partnership of mock mockery."
ery." mockery." We Must Be World Leaders
In final challenge to his opponents,
the president said: "Let gentlemen
beware how they disappoint the
world, which is looking to America
for leadership. Let gentlemen beware
how they betray the immemorial prin principles
ciples principles of the United States; if we want
a league of nations, we must take this
league of nations, for there is no way
5n which another is obtainable. All
over the world people are looking to
"us with confidence, our rivals along
with the weaker nations. I pray God
that the gentlemen who are delaying
this thing may presently see it in a
different light."
Danger In Delay
The president declared again that
Germany was taking new courage
from our delay in ratifying the treaty,
that her newspapers and public" men
were again becoming outspoken and
that the pro-German propaganda was
rearing its head once more in Amer America.
ica. America. He urged his hearers to com combat
bat combat all this, so that "as America's sol soldiers
diers soldiers saved Europe. America's citizeris
may save the world."
San Francisco, where the president
Is to remain 'for two days, gave him
a hearty, cheering reception, seeming
to demonstrate once more that, no
matter what the politicians say, the
plain people are for Mr. Wilson and
the league.

Just my a fresh shipment of real
imported Olive Oil. Pints and half
pints, at Gerig's Drug Store. M

Get ready your fali garden. We
hava new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf
We have a few Bathing Caps, just

:n trom rsew York. 3o cents to one

All (EM

sdDim s

Pflaicee

Compositioa Book 3c. and up Examination Pads 5e. and up
Tablets, Ink and Pencil Kind 5c. Pen Holder 3c

. Uw. I 1 fad I'encils lc and up f,r2f0FF

Big Line of School Pants and Waists lor Boys
Big Line of School Suits, Mats and Shoes
Everything for Girls to wear to School

COATS, SUITS AN SKIRTS m
Dont buy your Coat, Suit or SIdrt until you have seen our line

SWEATEES

full line
for

IBoy s .siinidL Shf1s

Our three store rooms are filled with new
goods for men, omen and children. We bought
early and bought right, so as to sell at right prices

Magnolia
Street

F. P. GABSHDR3

rim

Ocala
Florida

SALTS IF KIDNEYS
OR BLADDER BOTHER

Harmless to flush Kidneys M neutral
iza irritating acida Splendid
for system,

Kidney and Bladder weakness result
from uric acid, says a noted authority.
The kidneys niter this acid from the
blood and pass it "n to the bladder, where
it often remains to irritate and inflame,
causing a burning, scalding sensation, or
setting up an irritation at the neck of
the bladder, obliging you to seek relief
two or three timee during the night.
The suflerer is in constant dread, the
water passes eometimes with a scalding

sensation and is very profuse; again, I
there is difficulty in avoiding it. i
Bladder weakness, most folks call it, j
because they can't control urination.

While it is extremely annoying and some sometimes
times sometimes very painful, this is really one of
the meet simple ailments to overcome.
Get about four ounces of Jad Salts
from your pharmacist and take a table table-spoonful
spoonful table-spoonful in a glass of water before
breakfast, continue this for two or three
days. This will neutralize the acids in
the urine eo it no longer is a source of
irritation to the bladder and urinary or organ
gan organ which then act normally again.
Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless,
and is made from the acid of grapes and
lemon juke, combined with lithia, and
is used by thousands of folks who are
subject to urinary disorders caused by
uric acid irritation. Jad Salts is splen splendid
did splendid for kidneys and causes no bad
effects whatever.
Hre you have a pleasant, effervescent
lithia-water drink, whieh quickly relieves
bladder trouble.

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.
Ocalla Ice & PacMing Co-

GOTO
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FOR x
Coffins and Casliefs,
Furniture, Etc.
Day Phone 253 Nlgbt Phone 511
L. HURST, MANAGER
Opposite Court House. Ocala Fla.

YOUR CREOIT IS GOOD. "WHY- PAY MORE"

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Insurance
Ocala, Florida
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