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tonight and Tuesday.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1919
VOL. 2G, N0.226
ON THEIR WAY
An Enthusiastic Reception was Given
the President by the People
of Los Angeles
Xos Angeles, Sept. 22. President
Wilson completed his week of speech speech-making
making speech-making on the Pacific coast last night,
with a monster mass meeting here at
which thousands shrieked approval of.
his plea for early, ratification of the
Welcomed to the city by a crowd
which densely packed the downtown
section, President Wilson was cheered
tumultuously everywhere he appeared
during the day. Along the line of a
ten-mile parade he rode in a din of ap applause
plause applause and later at a public dinner
cheers greeted his declaration that the
treaty should and would be accepted,
ANCIENT RUMOIt HEARD AGAIN
That the Bolsheviki are Preparing to
Copenhagen, Sept. 22. The bol-
sheviki have prepared to evacuate
Petrograd, according to a Selsingfors
WRECK OF THE V ALB AN ERA
Key West, Sept. 22. The fate of
the more than four hundred passen passengers
gers passengers and crew of the wrecked Spanish
steamer Valbanera remains a mys mystery.
tery. mystery. Beyond the fact -that the steam steamer
er steamer found her grave in a quicksand bot bottom
tom bottom in forty feet of water just off
Half Moon Key, about forty miles
from Key West and some six miles
from Rebecca Shoals light, nothing
has been established.
The water has so far been too rough
for divers to go down for an examina examination,
tion, examination, so it is not possible to determine
whether or not any corpses are in the
ship. But members of the party state
that an odor arose from the water
about the wreck which the party be believes
lieves believes came from decomposing
JEWISH NEW YEAR 5680
This holiday begins at sunset Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening, Sept. 24th, and lasts
all day Thursday. All the Jewish
stores will observe the day by closing.
Services with music will be held at
the Jewish synagogue Wednesday
.evening at 7:30 and at 10 o'clock
Thursday morning. The public is in invited.
vited. invited. Jake Brown, Sec'y-
The city council will receive bids at
regular meeting October 7th for sale
of brick at the old water tower lot,
22-6t H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.
These animals were selected especially for use in Florida.
Every one was raised in Georgia and is thoroughly acclimated.
Come and Look Them Over
, J J cy J
Ft. King and
Both Sides Confident and Making
Claims of Ultimate
Pittsburer. Sent. 22. The steel
strike went into effect today and
early indications were that thousands
would obey-the-union leaders' orders
to walk out, although mill officials
maintained their plants would operate.
Borough and city police and mill
guards patrolled the streets.
PLANTS CONTINUE WORK
. A representative of the Carnegie
Steel Company declared all plants in
and about Pittsburg got away in good
shape this morning, despite the union
strike orders. It is claimed that all
the furnac were going and the rep representative
resentative representative declared all the striking
workers were of foreign birth.
SURPRISED AT HIS SUCCESS
William Z. Foster, secretary of the
national committee for organizing the
iron and steel workers, declared he
vas "surprised at the showing made,"
and predicted that many of the mills
would be forced to close down within
a few days when the full force of the
strike would be felt.
No disorder was reported in this
city or vicinity. Early reports from
Chicago, Cleveland and ther Youngs Youngs-town
town Youngs-town districts indicated the mills
were in operation. Policy and com company
pany company guards were stationed about all
plants to prevent trouble.
OPERATING IN ALABAMA
Birmingham, Sept. 22. All steel
plants are reported in operation.
ATLANTA NOT AFFECTED
Atlanta, Sept. 22 Steel plants here
are reported unaffected by the strike.
MINERS AGAINST STRIKE
Cleveland, Sept. 22. The United
Mine Workers have decided not to
strike in sympathy with the steel
The many friends in Ocala of Royal
Cole, an Ocala boy, now a successful
business man of Los Angeles, Calif.,
will be interested in the following:
"Mrs. Sarah R. Luttman announces
the marriage of her daughter, Bernice
to Mr. Royal Exeter Cole, on Tuesday,
September the ninth, one thousand
n?ne hundred and nineteen, Los An Angeles,
geles, Angeles, California.
"At home after September fifteenth,'
996 North Western avenue."
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
"wn .iir'ir I, .j i'-'jY''' in Miiii
Of the World Series Between Reds
and Whitepox Will be Played in
the City of Cincinnati
Cincinnati, Sept. 22. Cincinnnati
wen the toss for the opening game of
the World's Series, which will be play played
ed played October 1st.
ADVERTISERS AT NEW ORLEANS
Among Their Work is that of Trying
to Bring Labor Dispute
to an End
New Orleans, Sept. 22. The fift fifteenth
eenth fifteenth convention of the Associated
Advertising Clubs, of the World was
opened here today.
GOOD ADVICE FROM GOMPERS
Co-operation between the manage
ments and workers in industries will
eventually bring about the increased
production needed now. according to
Samuel Gompers, in a paper read be
fore the Associated Advertising Clubs
convention here today, defending
high wages, which, he claimed, would
bring improved methods and progres progressive
sive progressive machine production, and said the
settlement of peace terms was neces
sary before the world can resume its
orderly processes. Mr. Gompers urg
ed prompt ratification of the peace
Seven charges in all, twenty-one
churches-have been called upon to
send to our city tomorrow delegates
who. shall meet in conference together
in the interest of the conservation pro
gram that Methodism is putting on at
this time. The presiding elder, Rev.
It. Ira Barnett, is hoping for a good
attendance of out-of-town and Ocala
people at this important meeting.
Rev. W. A. Myers, the able and elo eloquent
quent eloquent presiding elder of the Tampa
district, will be here to speak several
times on the program, and several
preachers and one layman of the dis district
trict district will also speak on the program.
I All the great church bodies of Am America
erica America are now putting on enlarged
programs and are giving careful
study to all the problems involved in
these advanced movements. The ad addresses
dresses addresses of this program will, there therefore,
fore, therefore, appeal to all Christian people of
our city, and all are cordially invited
to attend all the sessions this eve evening,
ning, evening, tomorrow morning beginning at
9:30,. and tomorrow afternoon begin beginning
ning beginning at 2:30.
At last 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. 19-tf
'V;. .j-y ..MIT
On Its Four-Day Invasion of South
Florida at Seven O'clock
The Marion county motorcade into
South Florida will leave the court
house square tomorrow morning at 7
o'clock city time (8 o'clock eastern
time.) After leaving Ocala, eastern
time will be used throughout the trip.
It is expected that there will be at
least ten cars in line and possibly as
n?any as fifteen. There should be
more. The wreather promises to be
fine and the trip is going to be a won wonderful
derful wonderful opportunity to see the remark
able development of Florida.-
A number of invitations have been
received from towns and cities along
the route. These include invitations
to lunch and to dinner at night. The
trip will be taken by as easy stages
aj the length of the route will permit,
so that every opportunity possible
will be given for seeing the country.
Mr. A. C. Blowers, who is one of
the vice presidents of the Florida
State Automobile Association, will act
as conductor for the trip. His car will
Load the motorcade and set the pace. I
Cn the road the cars will run at a dis- i
tance of fifty yards apart. Banners,
rags and badges are being provided
by the Board of Trade.
Tomorrow stops will be made at
Leesburg, Eustis and Sanford. Lunch
will be had at Eustis. The stop to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night will be at Orlando. It
is expected that the party will reachJ
Orlando early enough in the afternoon
to have a good opportunity of seeing
tnat most attractive city.
At Orlando, the officials of the State
Auto Association will give a special
dinner to the motorists.
Wednesday the principal stop
will be made at Mountain Lake, the
beautiful development in Polk county.
The drive down the Scenic Highway,
on the second day, will be one of the
most attractive portions of the trip.
The second night will be spent at
Lakeland. Entertainment will be pro provided
vided provided by former Ocala residents and
the Lakeland Rotary Club. Thursday
stops will be made at Oldsmar, Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater and St. Petersburg. The night
will be spent in Tampa. On Friday
the motorcade will make the run back
to Ocala by way of Winter Haven,
Orlando, Winter Garden, Clermont,
Tavares and Leesburg.
Those who do not go on this trip
arc missing a great treat. One can
have no idea of the beauties and de-
elopments in South Florida unless
they are seen.
GROWERS MUST GO IN
OR STAY OUT
Membership in the local association
of the Florida Citrus Exchange in
this territory will be absolutely closed
September SO, according to A. R.
Sandlin, of Leesburg, manager of
Highland and Marion sub-exchanges.
Announcement that this generally
would be done over the state has been
made in Tampa within the last sixty
days, the directors of the Florida Cit
rus Exchange having taken action to
that effect some, time ago. This rule,
it is said, is to be enforced m this sec
tion with great strictness, as it like likewise
wise likewise will be enforced in every other
section where the exchange has pack packing
ing packing houses.
There are said to be two reasons for
this ruling. One is because a definite
closing date will better enable man managers
agers managers of packing houses to estimate
the amount of fruit they will have to
handle and make proper prepaartions
therefor. The other is because it has
been found previously that some
growers in some localities have rather
formed the habit of playing the ex exchange
change exchange against fruit speculators in
the sale of their crops. If a good of offer
fer offer was received from the speculators
it possibly would be accepted, while if
not acceptable offers were made the
fruit would be tufned through ex exchange
change exchange channels. This has led to
great dissatisfaction in exchange
lanks at times. Now it is proposed
glowers shall definitely make up their
minds whether they will market their
fvuit through the big co-operative or organization
ganization organization or will stay out. In the
latter event they must depend solely
on offers from speculators for the
sale of their fruit. This rule is one
of long standing, being incorporated
in the by-laws of each association of
the exchange. However, it has up to
now been rather a dead letter and
has not been observed. Beginning
with this season it is proposed to en enforce
force enforce it very rigidly all over the state;
aand it is said that hereafter it may
be expected to be enforced each sea season.
son. season. ORANGE SPRINGS
Orange Springs, Sept. 18. One of
the most flourishing farms in this
vicinity is that of Gordon Wimberly.
Besides orange trees, fine sugar cane
and an immense grape arbor, he has
three acres of sweet potatoes that
1 cannot be beat. Mr. Wimberly is very
congenial and can give any informa information
tion information desired in the line of tilling the
soil, different crops and farming in
general. He has found the valuable
secret of controlling the soil.
Today's Temple feature is MThe
Scar," featuring Kitty Gordon, the
girl with the million dollar back. An
L-Ko. comedy will also appear.
jxxid that Merry Filibuster is Extend Extending
ing Extending the Scop of His
Home, Sept. 22 General Badoglie's
ultimatum to Capt. D'Annun'zio, giv giving
ing giving him forty-eight hours in which to
leave Fiume, has been extended forty forty-eight
eight forty-eight hours according to advices here.
Despite the blockade of Fiume. a
number of volunteers have joined the J
forces in the city.
Paris, Sept. 22. The troops under
Capt. D'Annunzio have begun to ex
tend their zone of occupation into
Jugo-Slav territory, according to the
Jugo-Slav delegation here, which
claims D'Annunzio's men advanced
seven miles, occupying Risnik.
RUSSIAN CHIEF AGAINST REDS
Kolchak Reported to Have Handed
His Strenuous Job Over
London, Sept. 22. Kolchak has re resigned
signed resigned in favor of General Denekine
as chief ruler of Russia, according to
a soviet wireless dispatch, which also
admits the bolsheviki have abandoned
Kursk after severe fighting.
STATE THREATENED WITH
A GENERAL STRIKE
Tampa, Sept. 22. A general strike
of all trades in Florida is imminent,
in sympathy with the strike of phos phosphate
phate phosphate miners, according to R. B. Lov Lov-ett,
ett, Lov-ett, president of the State Federation
of Labor. It is provable, he said last
night, that the executive council will
take up the matter in Jacksonville in
a few days and will call a referendum
on the subject.
Small want ads. will sell big things.
Advertise in the Weekly Star.
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THE zest of the west, the sunny smile of the south, gleam in the
golden goodness of Orange-Crush. You can be certain of the
purity of Orange-Crush because it is made from the fruit oil, pressed
from fresh ripe oranges, and such other wholesome ingredients as pure
granulated sugar, carbonated water and citric acid, which is a natur natural
al natural acid found in oranges, lemons and grapefruit.
We suggest that you order a case of Orange-Crusitt od ay for the
home. Obtainable wherever soft drinks are sold. The product of our
modern bottling establishment, Orange-Crush is the perfect family
Belgium's Hero King, His Wife and
Son Hae Sailed, for the
Brussels, Sept. 22. King Albert.
Queen Elizabeth and Crown Prince
Lf cpold sailed today for the United
SEND THEM HOME
Supreme Council Will Find Transpor Transportation
tation Transportation for the Czecho Czechoslovaks
slovaks Czechoslovaks (Associated Press 1
Paris, Sept. 22. The supreme coun council
cil council has decided to transport 50,000
Cecho-Slovak troop? from Siberia to
It has decided alfo that the Teschen
district shall take a plebiscite within
three months to decide whether -that
region should go to Poland or to
BUILD ROADS BY SYSTEM
(Dade City Banner)
That motorcade of Ocala citizens
which will make the "loop" down
through Polk county and on to Tampa
p.nd return, should come through
Pr.sco county and Dade City, and it
would, only for one thing our lack
?f roads. The great need of the west
coast section is a connected system of
hard roads that start from somewhere
aand lead to somewhere. This thing
of building roads from Bill Jones'
farm to town isn't worth a tinker's
darn for developing the country, and
the sooner we build a connected sys system
tem system of permanent roads the sooner
the west coast will get its share of
that greater motorcade the tourists
and homeseekers, who will soon be
coming down in a solid stream in
search of a home in this good old state
of everlasting sunshine.
Get ready your fall garden. We
have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf
Alliance Between America and
France,. if the Senate Has the
Wisdom to Accept It
Washington, Sept. 22. The Senate
judiciary committee has decided the
proposed treaty, guaranteeing immed immediate
iate immediate assistance by this country to
France in event of unprovoked Ger German
man German attack, was constitutional.
BUDGET NEEDED BADLY
A special House committee today
opened hearings on the proposed bud-
get system for the United States. Gov.
Lowden of Illinois, appeared, advocat advocating
ing advocating the abolishing useless boards and
commissioners as a means of cutting
down national expenses.
TEXTILE WORKERS IN TROUBLE
IiUerfered with Officers Who Were
Trying to Suppress
Albermarle, N. C, Sept. 22. Twenty-seven
union textile workers, ar arrested
rested arrested in connection with the disor disorders
ders disorders at the Wiscassett Cotton Mills
last Monday," in. which two persons
V ere shot, were placed on trial today
charged with inciting to riot and in interfering
terfering interfering with officers in the per performance
formance performance of their duty.
All camps and groves in this coun county
ty county are urged to have asvmany mem members
bers members as possible attend the county
convention at Sparr, Wednesday, Sep September
tember September 24th, at 8 p. m.
C. K. Sage, Secretary.
RED CROSS NOTICE
them in this
knitting socks, stock stock-or
or stock-or sweaters for the Red
finish them and turn
week at the Red Cross
also all wool left over
ocala Evening star, moxdXy, September 22, 1919
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Electros must be mounted, or charge
Perhaps you won't notice it, but
summer officially ends today.
Little fice Johnson didn't sniff long
at mastiff Wilson's trail. Lodge call
ed him back to Washington pronto.
We do not believe that anything
but hard work will bring down the h.
c. of 1., and people are becoming more
shy of hard work every day.
Military training will be imparted
at the St. Petersburg high school this
year. It should be one of the courses
of instruction at every high school.
The sale of Hotlong's hogs at his
farm in northern Marion county last
week was a great advertisement not
only for that section but the entire
is punished. If they are going to
stand by and not interfere while a
tough beats up a citizen from another
community, people who go to Tampa
will go there feeling that they have
little reason to expect protection from
FARMERS CAN MAKE
A FINE FAIR
this date, the House has never been
r.ny more foolish than the Senate,
which first met April 6. In Novem November
ber November of that year, North Carolina came
into the Union, and on May 20, 1790
Rhode Island made it unanimous
THE NATIONAL GUARD
We are not enthusiastic over the
- proposition to eat mush. We like
grits and we like cornbread, but when
wo eat mush it is because we can ob obtain
tain obtain nothing else.
The evidence so far is to the effect
that neither Gov. Catts nor Superin
tendent Sheats is to hlame for the
school book muddle. We take pleas pleasure
ure pleasure in exonerating those officials.
A disaster like that which happened
to Corpus Christi is a good deal like
the one that happened to Pompeii.
Nobody knows when it will happen
Gen. Pershing dodges attempts of
the girls to kiss him. The general
seems to share the Star's opinion that
it's no fun to kiss a woman while any anybody
body anybody else is looking.
We are receiving lots of compli compli-pliments
pliments compli-pliments these days, among them one
frcm the Miami Herald which boda boda-ciously
ciously boda-ciously stole one of our editorialettes.
Help yourself, pardner.
The arrest in Tallahassee of five
men from Georgia, and the infliction
on them of heavy fines, because they
had a pint of whisky in their posses possession,
sion, possession, was not prohibition it was
The steel workers who are going on
strike today are conceded to be the
best paid workmen in the world, and
never, not even in the days of war,
was there such a demand for their
When we was young, a man could
not join a labor union until he served
ar apprenticeship and became a skill skilled
ed skilled workman. Now an unskilled man
can join an union one day and go on
a strike the next.
Mr. J. M. Fennell, the skilled ma machinist,
chinist, machinist, who is also making a success
of farming on his place near Ken-
drick, and who has for the last few!
years been a staunch supporter of the I
Marion County Fair, was in town
Saturday, and spoke up for a fair this
fall. Mr. Fennell says the farmers of
the county can get together and have
the best sort of a fair if they will.
They have the stuff to show, and all
they have to do is to bring in their
own products for others to see, and
come to see what others have. Mr.
Fennell does not care anything about
money prizes. He is perfectly willing
to take the time and trouble to make
an exhibit just for the fun of the
thing, and to help the county, and
will be entirely satisfied with a blue
ribbon if he can win it. Mr. Fennell
reminds us of the ancient Greeks, who
strove mightily in the Olympic games,
the reward for which was the honor
of winning and a crown of laurel or
oak leaves. We want to cultivate the
feeling that honor is the best reward,
net only in fairs but in other things.
Mr. Fennell wants a. number of the
lending farmers to meet in Ocala
right away, to discuss ways and
raeans to hold a fair, and the Star
will be glad to aannounce such a
It is becoming evident to people
who keep up with the history of
strikes in this country that the im improvement
provement improvement of labor conditions is a
secondard consideration, if any con consideration
sideration consideration at all, with the radicals. If
what they demand one month is con conceded,
ceded, conceded, they are ready to strike for
more the next month. They are work working
ing working for a revolution, and unless Con Congress
gress Congress and the officials of the govern government
ment government show more firmness they will
succeed. The people must elect only
real Americans to office, or they will
have to fight it out with this element
with lead and steel. In such a conflict,
they will be at the same disadvantage
that peaceful Europe was five years
ago against armed Prussia. It is our
opinion that a majority of the mem members
bers members of labor unions are against
strikes, except those forced on them
by oppressive employers and entirely
against revolution, but they are gen erally
overawed by the agitators, who
have nothing to lose and subsist on
the labor of peaceful workers.
Saturday evening, we saw a boy in
khaki, and thinking he was a new ar
rival from overseas asked him when
he left France. He said about two
months ago, and when we inquired
about the uniform he said, "O, I just
got homesick for it, and put it on for
the sake of old times." There are
probably hundreds of thousands of
the boys who every once in a while
will have a longing for the snug fit
of the olive drab, and as long as that
feeling lasts it won't be healthy for
r.ny other people to stir us up too
The adjutant general of the state
informs us that the national govern government
ment government has allotted to Florida the fol following
lowing following national guard organizations:
Two battalions (eight companies)
Two companies of coast artillery.
One machine gun company.
It would be very much to Ocala's
advantage to. be the headquarters of
cne of these. The coast artillery, of
course, must be located at seaports.
A number of our young men are
anxious to organize either an infan-
ry company or a machine gun pla pla-oon.
oon. pla-oon. It would be advisable for all
interested to have a meeting at the
armory and see what they can do.
CASE OF JAPAN
Florida never had a governor who
attracted more attention in other
states than the one we have now.
Same remark would have applied
to South Carolina and Blease a few
The United Mine Workers of Am America
erica America want government control of the
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coai mines anu sia-huui yurn uay.
Ten years from today they will de demand
mand demand that the government import
Chinese to do the work while they
stand around and boss the job.
Among the congressmen who ob objected
jected objected to the presentation of a sword
of hponr to Gen. Pershing was Claude
Kitrain of North Carolina. Naturally.
If Mr. Kitchin had had his way, this
country would right now be grovelling
at the feet of Germany.
We note a preacher, with first
name "Bunyan," has been called to
Tallahassee to preach. Well, Bunyan
went to the "Delectable City," didn't
he? Tampa Tribune.
No, he sent Christian, Hopeful and
a bunch of other imaginary guys.
Ex-Ambassador Gerard urges Am America
erica America to save the Armenians. What's;
the matter with the Christian nations
of Britain, Franc, Italy and Greece,
several thousand miles closer to Ar-
menia than America. They can put a
hundred thousand men into Armenia
in a month if they wilL
ml 1 t T- Til xl
rne attacK on realtor doom oi me
lakeland Star by a "bartender" in
Tampa one night last week is being
investigated. Judging from the re report
port report in the Tampa papers of the af affair,
fair, affair, it was a cowardly piece of busi business.
ness. business. The Tampa police owe it to
themselves to see that the aggressor
The Star does not know anything
about the postmistress of Avon Park,
who was recently brought into un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant notoriety at Lakeland, but it
has straight information from people
well acquainted with the town that
there is a bunch there which has been
trying to fix something on her for
some time. We do know, for a fact,
that even when a women is caught in
a scrape that gentlemen never drag
her name before the public.
Dispatches say that German work
ingmen are demanding ten hours
work at ten hours pay a day. They
seem to be awake to the needs of
their country as well as their own. In
America workmen have eight hours
work for ten hours pay, and are de
manding less work six or even four
hours. Ten years of these opposing
policies, and Germany will be Amer America's
ica's America's industrial and financial superior.
Admiral Benson, having reached
the age limit, will be retired this
week from the positon of chief of
naval operations, and the country
generally expects 'Admiral Sims to- be
given the post. It is generally under understood,
stood, understood, however, that Sims is no. fav favorite
orite favorite of Lord High Admiral Josephus
Today, Sept. 22: Kitty Gordon in
"The Scar," and L-Ko. comedy.
Tuesday, Sept. 23: Norma Tal-
madge in "The Way of Woman," and
Wednesday, Sept. 24: Taylor Holmes
a "Upside Down," and Ford Weekly.
Thursday, Sept. 25: Evelyn Nesbit
in "Thou Shalt Not," and Mutt and
Friday, Sept. 26: Tom Moore in
One of the Finest," and Hearst
Saturday, Sept. 27: Sessue Hava-
kawa in "His Debt," and Sunshine
When one special tax district in
Florida has a total of 84 mills to
meet, doesn't it seem there is immed immediate
iate immediate need for the Florida taxpayers'
association to be given all the help it
needs to better things? Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. You helped stick three of those
mills on that district last year, Friend
Trib. You'd better have helped the
Star try to keep them off.
Along about twenty years ago, the
state board of health was "concuss "concussing"
ing" "concussing" yellow fever germs to death with
artillery discharges. How times
change! Tampa Tribune.
It was thirty-one years ago, son,
and we don't think the state board of
health had anything to do with it.
That fellow, Wm. C. Bullitt, thinks
he is a dum-dum. It would have been
better for him if he had only been
dumb. The emphatic remarks of Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Lansing, at Watertown, N. Y.,
Saturday, while not naming Bullitt
make him out a liar, and sensible peo people
ple people will believe Lansing.
September 17, 1917, was celebrated
as constitution day, it being the 132nd
anniversary of the date on -which the
constitutional convention in Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia adopted the constitution which it
had taken four months to frame. But
the constitution was not to go into
effect until nine states ratified it, and
this did not occur until far into the
next year. By. 1789, all the states
except North Carolina and Rhode Isl Island
and Island had ratified the document, and
the first House of Representatives
met April 1st, 17S9. Notwithstanding
Aboard President Wilson'- Spe
cial Train. The most serious opposi
tion that he has encountered any anywhere
where anywhere on his Atlantic to Pacific tour
presented itself to President Wilson
in San Francisco, the metropolis of
the state represented in the senate
by Hiram W. Johnson. But, once
again, as has always been the case,
the logic of the chief executive and
his forceful eloquence won the plain
people, regardless of how their po
litical chieftain stands. The ordinary
citizenry of that part of California is
for the league of nations and for the
quick ratification of the peace treaty,
with the league included.
Many think that Woodrow Wilson
and Hiram Johnson will be the con
testants in 1920 for the presidency of
the United States; but a majority of
those who are forwarding the candi candidacy
dacy candidacy of California's favorite son wish
he had not made the league his issue,
or, now that he has done so, they
wish he would drop it here on the
Pacific coast, just the same as in the
middle west and the east. The people
want peace right now, a peace that
will be permanent and they want to
get things settled and start in doing
Dislike Shantung Provision.,.
Because the Pacific coast is
more interested in Japan than is any
other section which the president has
visited, he devoted the greater part
of his early addresses in California
to the question of Shantung. He ad admitted
mitted admitted that the settlement in regard
to that peninsula was not to his liking,
but asserted that it was the best set
tlement that could be effected when he
was dealing with the other great pow
ers in Paris. "I said to my Japanese
colleague on the other side of the
sea and, therefore, I am at liberty
to sav to you that I am not satisfied
with this settlement." The president
told t two audiences on his first day
in San Francisco: "I think it ought to
be different, but, when gentlemen pro propose
pose propose to cure it by striking that clause
out of the treaty, or by ourselves wun
holding adherence to the treaty, they
propose an .irrational thing.
Gives History Of Shantung
The president told some of the hia hia-forv
forv hia-forv of the Shantung incident. In
1898, he explained, China ceded the
territory to Germany, upon the de
mand of that empire, because some
German missionaries had been killed
there. "They made an excuse of re religion,"
ligion," religion," he declared. Then Russia
took a port, and then England, and
then France. When the Ruseo-Japan-ese
war developed Japan conquered
Port .Arthur. America might have had
one of the Chinese ports also, Mr. Wil Wilson
son Wilson explained, but President McKin McKin-ley
ley McKin-ley believed that inasmuch as their
doors were open to our commerce, we
did not want one and, at the same
time, we need not object to the other
powers having theirs.
When the great war of 1914 came,
the president said, It was imperative
that the Pacific ocean be kept clear
ef German shipping and that the Ger German
man German possessions in the far east be con conquered.
quered. conquered. It was up to Japan, he said,
to do these things, and Japan did. She
took Shantung and kept it, that e e-lng
lng e-lng her reward, by reason of a treaty
she had with England and France, for
her share in the war.
"Observe this," the president said,
in explaining the incident, "we are
not taking this territory away from
China, as some gentlemen have as asserted,
serted, asserted, but we are taking it away from
Germany. Germany, not China, held
Shantung before this war it was Ger German
man German rights, not Chinese rights, that
were ceded to Japan by the treaty with
England and France. Shantung will
be returned, in due time, to China. Ja Japan
pan Japan has given us her solemn promise
that this will be done. Japan will re retain
tain retain only what private corporations
have in possession elsewhere in China
the right of concessionaires with
regard to the operation of the railroad
The president repeated that he did
not approve of this secret treaty, but
he was unable to overcome it. Then
he pointed out that, with the league
of nations in effect, the representa representatives
tives representatives of the United States might rise
and say: "This is against the cove covenant
nant covenant of peace it cannot be done."
Then he went on: "And if occasion
arises, we can say, it shall not be
No More War If League Wins
The rest of Mr. Wilson's address
was devoted to the benefits of the
league to the weak nations of the
world and the unlikelihood that there
would ever be war if the powers dis discussed
cussed discussed and arbitrated their differ
San Francisco gave the president a
cordial, though scarcely a stirring, re
ception. The greeting did not have
the warmth of Seattle, St. Paul or St.
Louis, although there was generouc
'applause for the distinguished guesl
wherever he moved. More than one
hundred persons lined the streets lead
ing from the Sausall to ferry as he
arrived. Then about fifteen hundred
women attended a noontime luncheon
In his honor; and in the evening tet
thousand heard him at the Civic audi
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Get ready your fall garden. We
have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf
"Oftixnem a venturesome pioneer, dissatisfied
with the quality of his tobacco soil, would move
out into the foothills of tho Blue Ridge Moun Mountain
tain Mountain in search of a better location. On such
a trip he was frequently attacked by the savage
black bear of the upland country and a duel to
the death would ensue."
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Today, tobacco experts say that not even
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And Virginia has a rich, full flavor and a
fine fragrance that make it ideal for cigarettes.
To enjoy it most, smoke it straight in
a Piedmont all-Virginia cigarette.
NOTE Piedmonts; with all their taste-quality;
cost Jess than cigarettes of foreign-grown tobacco
which have to tack on the cost of Import duty.
If you want all value in place of part value, ask
for Piedmont, the all-Virginia cigarette.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1919
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Phone 38 M
Ocala - Florida
One of Ocala's best, most loved
women passed to her reward when
Mrs. Sarah E. Waterman died at the
home of her son, U. R. Waterman, in
Gainesville, Ga.f Friday, Sept. 19, and
the regret for her death is deep and
v idespread. The news of her death
was a surprise, for she was one of
those who bore her years lightly, her
constant efforts for the solicitude to toward
ward toward others keeping her heart ever in
a youthfulness that was reflected in
her face an! expressed in her bearing.
The last time the writer ever saw her,
she was engaged in some small task
to add to the joy of her two little
grandchildren, and it seemed then
that many years of usefulness were
yet before her.
Mrs. Waterman was born and rear reared
ed reared in Marion county, her birthplace
being at old Fort King, near Ocala.
She was a daughter of Ulrich Reddick,
who was a pioneer citizen of this
county, and who died many years ago.
She was the widow of Aden Water Waterman,
man, Waterman, who died of yellow fever in Tam Tampa
pa Tampa over thirty years ago.
Mrs. Waterman is survived by two
sons and two daughters, U. R. Water-
p.an, at whose home she died; H. A.
Waterman and Mrs. Georgia Newiom
of this city, and Mrs. J. B. Hiers of
Miami. There was another son. Mr.
John Waterman, who died a few years
ago. She was a sister-in-law of the
late Mrs. Robert Bullock.
Having brought up a housefull of
sons and daughters, all of whom in
their own lives have shown the influ influence
ence influence of a good mother, Mrs. Water Waterman
man Waterman of late years gave most of her
attention to the two little children of
her son, John Robert and Ivia who
while she lived did not know what it
was to miss a mother's care. Mrs.
Waterman had taken this bright little
boy and girl to a school in South!
Carolina and gone over into Georgia
to visit her son, U. R. Waterman, at
his home in Gainesville, when death
came to her. j
Mrs. Waterman's remains, acom-
panied by Mr. U. R. Waterman, arriv
ed in Jacksonville Saturday, where
they were met by one of her daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, Mrs. J. B. Hiers, and children,
from Miami, and all came on home to together,
gether, together, arriving Saturday afternoon.
Sunday afternoon, at 4 o'clock, the
funeral services were held at the
home of Mrs. W. V. Newsom, Rev.
Smith Hardin aided by Rev. C. M.
Erittam officiating.' Mrs. Waterman
was a member of the Presbyterian
caurch, but no minister of that faith
vas in the city; this, however, made
little difference, as the departed was
well beloved by all members of other
churches who knew her. The services
were very largely attended. The re remains,
mains, remains, followed by a long cortege of
sorrowing, friends, were carried to
Greenwood and laid to rest by the
body of Mrs. Waterman's son John,
who died a few years ago.
The sincere sympathy of all their
friends is with the sorrowing children,
who have lost what can never be re
piaced this side of Heaven a good
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If you have any society items for
the Star, please phone five-two-three.
Mr. A. E. Watkley left yesterday
for points in Alabama and Tennessee.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Tignor and in infant
fant infant daughter returned yesterday to
their home at Center Hill.
Miss Marian Dewey returned Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon from her vacation
spent with friends in Milwaukee.
Mrs. R. C. Camp and two children
returned to Ocala yesterday, having
spent the summer at Chautauqua
Mrs. Clem Purvis returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from a delightful visit of a week
to her mother and sister in Jacksonville.
to see it at
Today's Temple feature is "The
Scar," featuring Kitty Gordon, the
girl with the million dollar back. An
I.-Ko. comedy will also appear.
- i m
Mrs. Sylvan McElroy and little son
returned yesterday to their home in
Oklando, after a visit of several days
to Mr. and Mrs. John Dozier.
Mrs. E. II. Martin is anticipating
with pleasure a visit from her sister,
Mrs. Robert Walden of St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, who will arrive tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Waterman and
ittle daughter reached home Sunday
rom New York in time to attend the
uneral services of Mr. Waterman's
Miss Daisy Bell, who is the editor
of the Levy Times-Democrat at Bron-
son, accompanied Mr. G. J. Blitch to
Ocala yesterday for a day's visit with
hei sister, Mrs. Blitch.
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, f hone 284. 19-ti
Mr. U. R. Waterman, who accom
panied the remains of his mother,
Mrs. S. E. Waterman, from his home
in Gainesville, is meeting his old
friends today. He must leave this aft
ernoon on his return home.
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Let us quote you prices
on a Clonumcnt or Head Headstone
stone Headstone to mark the last rest resting
ing resting place of your loved
OCALA MARBLE WORKS
E. W. LEAVENGOOD, Mgr.
N. Magnolia St
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and E M BALM EES
No charg? for delivery of casket anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JIL,
Licensed Embalm era
Office Phone 10 Night Phones 225 or 423
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We are thoroughly equipped to handle repair work on all makes
of cars. Nothing but experienced workmen and all work fully guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Inn Tubes vulcanized. Full line of the famous Two-in-On
Inner Tubes, either 30 x 3 or 30 x 3 ; price, $3.25.
Standard Gas, Oils and Grease. Fnll Line of Ford Parts.
Our place, (the old Ford Garage) is open from 6 a. m. until 10 p.
m every day in the-year, where you are invited to call and let us
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Mr. E. J. Lytle of Eastlake, who
has been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Pasteur, has returned to
her home, accompanied by her two
younger children, her eldest child,
Jimmy, remaining to attend school.
Dr. D. H. Handley, known by many
Ocala people when he was physician
at the state farm, has recently return
ed from service in France, and resum
ed his medical practice in Jackson
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lege are now
living on Eighth street, opposite the
high school in one of Mr. Stephen
Jewett's houses, having moved last
week from their former residence on
the Anthony road, which is now oc occupied
cupied occupied by Mr. Jirash and family.
Mrs. S. A. Standley, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Buchanan at
Springvale, Ga., and her son, Mr.
Charles Standley at Dawson, has gone
to Birmingham, for a visit of several
weeks to her daughter, Mrs. C. R.
Just in, a fresh shipment of real
imported Olive Oil. Pints and half
pints, at Gerig's Drug Store.
An Arcadia paper of August 29th
contained an interesting article about
Eci Davis, a nephew of Mr. E. L. Parr
and Miss May Parr of Ocala. Ed Da Davis,
vis, Davis, who was born in Ocala, has re recently
cently recently returned from overseas, where
he spent eighteen months in the serv
ice of his country, being a member of
the 7th Machine Gun Battalion.
The Woman's Missionary Union is
observing a week of prayer to help the
$ 1 5,OQ0,OOO Baptist drive. The first
meeting is to be this afternoon at 4
o'clock at the residence of Mrs. A. L.
Izlar with Mrs. C. M. Brittain as
leader. The other meetings will be
?s follows: Tuesday afternoon at the
residence of Mrs. Burford, Mrs. Car Carter
ter Carter leader; Thursday afternoon, with
Mrs. W. A. Knight, Mrs. A. L. Izlar
leader; Friday at the residence of
Mrs. J. L. Edwards, Mrs. J. Y. Purvis
town if there was no lot in it that i greetings to all his Ocala friends, and
looked like a bilshevik's face. i says "Nothing like Ocala for me."
turned to her home in Jacksonville
cfter several months' service over overseas.
seas. overseas. Miss McLin is well known in
Ocala, having several times visited
Evans & Bell, left Thursday night for ; management of the Snell Sign Studio, j her brothers, Ernest and John McLin,
W. I. Evans of the law firm of; Joseph W. Dodge has assumed the
Atlanta on a business trip. Miami
Herald. Both Evans and Bell are ex ex-Ocala
Ocala ex-Ocala boys.
A communication from Mr. S. A.
Moses to the Star announces that he
sailed from New York Saturday on
his long journey to Syria for a visit
to his relatives and the scenes of his
childhood days. He sends good-bya
Mr. Dodge now has two flourishing j vhen they owned the Marion farms
sign studios on Twelfth street. Mi- j near this city. Her friends are "glad
ami Herald. Mr. Dodge spent a num- j tr know she is safely home again.
I er of years in Ocala. His friends
here are glad to know he is doing a j Dr. James E. Chace, mayor of
good business. Ocala, who has been in Miami several
days on a business trip, and Mr. L.
Miss Ruby McLin, daughter of the
lamented B. E. McLin, formerly state
commissioner of agriculture, has re-
Anderson of Tampa, who accompanied
him, left yesterday for Ocala. This
was Dr. Chace's first visit to Miami
and he is returning 'filled with en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm over Miami's growth and
prosperity. Miami Herald.
A pleasant motor party came up
fiom Ocala last night to attend -the
Kippa Alpha dance. In the party
were two popular members of Florida
alumni, Alfred Green and Jim Taylor,
and two young ladies who are also
well known in Gainesville, Miss Callie
Gissendaner and Miss Ellen Stripling.
While in the city they will be the
house guests of Mrs. Fletcher Bur Burnett.
nett. Burnett. Gainesville Sun.
If Xlll Ik:
Come here and take advantage of our popular new improved easy payment plan. Anybody who
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 ve'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 lees money?
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.
W. K. Lane, M. IX, Physician mad
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose axd
Throat. Law Library Building, "Ocala,
Beatrix Michelna is not very well
known to Ocala motion picture pat patrons,
rons, patrons, but her appearance in "Just
Squaw," at the Temple Saturday,
made a splendid impression. Possessed
of unusual beauty and high talents,
Miss Michelena was a success as an
operatic star before entering on a
screen career. "Just Squaw" was the
story oi a beautiful girl who was
kidnapped as a child and reared by
suaw as her own. The stigma of
half-breed, which the girl bore, was
a carrier between ner and tne man
she loved, but the final scene discloses
her true parentage, and the barrier
being removed, everything ended
happily. The picture was a good
western romance with beautiful scen scenery,
ery, scenery, depicting primitive life, and the
usual gun play and hand to hand
ead tiie Star Want Ads. ft pays
Poplins, Serges, Velours
and Broadcloths in every
new mode now setting nif nifty
ty nifty dressers on edge. All
sizes and all shades,
You'll Find In Our
Neat mixtures and
stripes, newest style in
Norfolk coat and knick knickers,
ers, knickers, Boys' All-Wool Blue
Serge Norfolk Suit.
at HOoOO up
-Women's and Misses
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ID) B E E
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 repeated
peated repeated again. Don't wait till
others get all the dashing dreams.
You ought to have one yourself.
Serges, Silks, Velvet and Satins;
in marvelous display of all sizes,
Fall and Winter
In all the newest
and colors, at
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It will Pay You to Take a
Peep at .Our New Arrival in
Looking at that nicely cleaned off
lot between the Robertson building
and the Cam-Thomas building, on
North Magnolia street, we can't help
thinking how much better a town
would look if all vacant lots were
treated that way. It's true, the lot is
cleared preparatory to building, but
there would be more building in any
Winy Pay Moire
Ocala's Qreditt Store 99
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1919
Tires and Tubes
i OCALA AUTO &
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. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
i:20am Jacksonville-New York 2:10 am
l:."5pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pm
St. Petersburg 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
i :25 pm Ti.Jipa-t. Petersburg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 pm J'cksonvllle-New York 3:15 Jn
1:4 5 pm. J'ksonviile-G'lnesvllle 3:35 pm.
:42m. J'ksonville-Q'nesvllle 10:13 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 abL
3:35 pm St. Pet'sburg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wllcox
7.40,am. Du'nellon-L'keland 11:03 pm-H
5:25 pm. Homosassa 1:35 pm
10. IS pm. Lees burg 8:42 am
45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Wonday. Wednesday, Friday.
Tulay. Thursday. Saturday.
Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss is visiting
friends at Davisboro, Ga.
Everett Clayton left today
brief visit to Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Davies motored
yesterday to Daytona Beach for a
several days outing.
Miss Miriam Connor, the pretty and
accomplished young lady teacher at
Oklawaha, was in the city today.
Dr. and Mrs. L. II. van Engelken
are back from their visit to the moun mountains
tains mountains of North Carolina.
per thousand, 2.25 at Messick plant
farm at Burbank, Fla., $2; les than
thousand lots, per 100, 2oc. Cash
must be send with order. Samuel F.
Messick, Burbank, Fla. 19-ot
FOR SALE Team of horses weigh weighing
ing weighing 1000 pounds each, with wagon and
harness; price, $200. Also two fine
brood sows witll be sold cheap. J. C.
Howell, Ocala, Fla. 20-6t
rOR SALE CHEAP Model K Hup Hup-mobile
mobile Hup-mobile in first class condition. For
demonstration see Collier Brothers,
Ocala, Fla. 18-tf
j We have a few Bathing Caps, just
I in. from New York. 35 cents to one
Use the Star's Unclassified Column j dollar each, at Gerig's Drug Store.
tmmmmmmmmm mi m
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
B a 1 1 ery S er vice
SAVE MONEY ON MEAT
We always handle the best tresh meat to be
had and our prices are always the lowest.
Round Steal! 25c. j Best Pork Chops 35c
Loin Steak 30c. Pork Sausage 25c
Stew Meat .... ....15c.
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc.
NEW YORK MEAT MARKET
L 3 ..Z1
before the war
c a package
during the war
c a package
TOE FLAUOR LASTS
SO DOES THE PRICE!
Rev. W. A. Myers of Tampa, pre presiding
siding presiding elder of the Tampa district of
the Methodist church, will deliver an
address in the Methodist church to tonight,
night, tonight, at 8 o'clock. His subject will
be, "Conservation of the Church's
Get ready your fali garden. We
have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf
The Gainesville police Friday ar arrested
rested arrested a man suspected of being the
person who robbed the union station
ticket office here one night last week.
The man is not the thief, however, but
is being held as a witness.
FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and seU
second hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow mowers,
ers, mowers, 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 seasoned.
ed. seasoned. Special price on quantity orders.
Put in your winter supply now.
Smoak's Wood Yard. 15-tf
We have bean seed for fall plant planting;
ing; planting; Wadwell Kidney Wax at $10 per
bushel; green beans at $9 per bushel.
14-tf Ocaln Seed Store.
A BED RENOVATOR
Is now here, located in the Chace
building, Oklawaha avenue and Or Orange
ange Orange street. Phon 112. J. E. Drew, tf
Mr. Leslie Anderson lef t today for
Mayfield, Ky.. where he will engage in
tobacco culture. His Ocala friends
join the Star in good wishes for Mr. I
Anderson's success, and hopes he will
ofen find time to visit the old home.
Capt. Johnson says the reason why
he bumped another auto with his car
Saturday was that the ball bearings
had fallen out of his auto, but his
friends suspect that the captain 'had
burned out his bearings trying to burn
The pall bearers at the funeral of
Mrs. S. E. Waterman Sunday were
Messrs. E. L. Carney, W. T. Gary, D.
F. Mclver, George MacKay, C. G.
Barnett and Lawton Bailey. The hon honorary
orary honorary pall bearers were Messrs. F. E.
Harris and John Pasteur.
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47. 104. JOi
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.
Advertise in the Star for results.
One of every five chil-
.1 i .1 r a :
v uicii iias ueietuve eye-
. sight. Your child may be
- See tnat one Lad of proper
'"y.wv glasses will seriously
handicap your child.
DR. K. J. WEI HE,
Optometrist and Optician.
Cedar fence posts, 3-inch heart,
seven feet long, for sale at 15 cents
each f. o. b. Homosassa.
SOUTHERN RED CEDAR CO. Inc.
12-10t Homosassa, Fla.
The Star office can use a quantity
of rags, such as old underwear, bed
and table linen, etc., for wiping ma machinery.
chinery. machinery. We will pay five cents a
pound for these delivered at the of office,
fice, office, if they are well laundered. Unless
they are well laundered we do not
want them at any price.
The many friends in this city of
Mr. and Mrs. Georee McGahaerin will
be much pleased to learn that the
stork has brought to them at their
home in Sanford a couple of bouncing
twin boys, one of 9 and the other
10 pounds weight. Mr. and Mrs. Mc Mc-Gahagin
Gahagin Mc-Gahagin are of the salt of the earth,
and there can't be too many like them.
The Ocala comebacks and the Sparr
Giants will contend for mastery on
the diamond at Hunter Park next
Thursday afternoon. The Ocala team
will be made up of the boys who
made Ocala famous "befo't de war."
They have called themselves the come comebacks
backs comebacks not because they "have come
back but because they hope they can.
From a critic's standpoint, this will
dc a most interesting game, and all
the fans should see it. Any of the
Ocala boys caught practicing will be
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
xtAiiiio Six line maximum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six time
75c; one month $3. Payable in ad
FOR SALE Six head of good milch
cows. H. A. Fausett, 702 West Ex
position St. Phone 346. 21-6t
WANTED Rags; must be well laun
dered; no sewing room scraps. Will
pay 5 cents a pound for them, deliver
ed. The Star. 21-6t
FOR SALE One late 1917 model
Maxwell touring car in Al mechanical
condition. Owner leaving city. Car can
be seen at the Maxwell Repair Shop.
Ask for MrYonce. 22-6t
FOR RENT Two houses by October
1st; one apartment on Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, the other a 'house at 230 East
Proadway. Mrs. W. M. McDowell. 22tf
FOR SALE Four cylinder Overland
touring car; a real bargain at $250.
Plalock Bros., 107 Oklawaha avenue.
Phone 78. 22-St
FOR RENT Furnished bed room.
Phone 408 or call at 115 Orange ave
iAAiti) loung man to worK m
office and yard. Call or write R. H.
Todd Lumber Co., Ocala, Fla. 20-3t
FOR SALE Gold fish. Apply at fire
station until October 1st. 20-6t
t uk iAL.r une sow and ten pigs
that can crack corn for $45; also some
bred gilts. Apply to T. Needham,
southwest of fair grounds. 20-3t
WANTED October 1st. two or three
rooms for light housekeeping. Ad
cress "B." care Star office. 16-6t
W ANTED Good second hand three
or four-horsepower gasoline or soal
oil engine. Apply to J. L. Sraoak,
WANTED Your order, for high
grade office stationery. Star Job
FOR SALE Cabbage Plants: Long
Island Wakefield, Jersey Wakefield,
Sure Head, ready for shipment about
Sept. 20th. Delivered by parcel post,
Use the Star's Unclassified Column
For All Classes Of
Stone, Brick, Wood,
D. McCasMU j
Phone 446. 728
II Everything Was As
Cheap As Ouf 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 you
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had.
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
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. WTien you are in the market for
a caV that will insure you the utmost service at the least cost, phone
MY REPAIR DEPARTMENT
Is equipped to repair any and ail makes of cars, and the service is
guaranteed satisfactory. Garage in the, Carmichael Building, near
Union Station, North Magnolia street.
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In Proportion to "A Bird in the Hand and a Covey in the Bush" is the
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Of buying and selling goods. Our years' of experience have proven to us
beyond the shadow of a doubt that the buyer who goes to the wholesale
markets and let it be known that he has the cold cash to pay for his pur purchases
chases purchases is at once taken seriously by the wholesaler jobber and manufact manufacturer
urer manufacturer and he gets the cream of the goods and also the very lowest prices.
This is only reasonable, and the same rule must apply in retail merchan-
dising. If there is no bookkeeping,
no postage bills for mailing out
statements, no collection expenses,
no allowances for bad accounts the
cash merchant is certainly in posi position
tion position to give the buyer better values
for his money than the credit mer merchant.
chant. merchant. This is our reason for Cash
Dealing plan. We have the goods
and can prove to you that you save
dollars by giving us your business
in our various lines.
In our Ladies Ready-to-
Wear Department we are
showing tbis season a pretty
in Silks, Georgette, Crepe de
Chene, and other popular
weaves, all colors and sizes,
An elegant line of
in SilK, Poplin and the new
Let us furnish you a Ready-to-Wear Hat and save from $3 to $5. We bought
3000 weeks ago and sell them atVrices below what other merchants pay for them.
I oriioc' rVaolc At Old
juuuitsa Vtucua prices
In all the late models, nlade
rom the best Silk, Poplins, Serge,
Jerseys and Tricolette, at
SCHOOL DRESSES and
cheaper than you can buy
the material and make them.
Big line of
for8oys and Girls at money
A Big Line of
in all the latest styles, any shade or color skirt
cut with silk lining. We also have conservative
styles for conservative men. Prices 15 to $30.
All of our
are new ones. They are made up in the late mod models,
els, models, 2y2 to 20, and we do not charge extra for the
larger sizes, all the latest weaves, at the Old Pices.
Remember, Cash is Our Motto which Enables Us to Divide profits wtth Yon
J. Malever F
West of Courthouse
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