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OGALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1919.
VOL 26,N0. 22S
ON HIS WAY
FIRST DAY OF
TOJT TO HAVE IT
TO TIE EAST
THEIR OWN WAY
President Vihon Making Speeches in
Salt Lake City, Cheyenne
' and Denver
Cheyenne, Sept. 24. President Wil Wilson
son Wilson will make an address here this
afternoon, leaving tonight for Denver,
where he will speak Thursday mom-
MADE GOOD IMPRESSION
Salt Lake City, Utah, Sept. 24.
Replying directly to Senate proposals
to write reservations into ratification
of the peace treaty, President Wilson
declared in an address in the Mormon
tabernaacle here last night that the
proposal would "cut the heart".' out of
the league of nations.
The president spoke to a crowd
which the police estimated at 12,000.
Every seat was occupied and all the
available standing room taken while
outside the tabernacle there was an another
other another great throng blocking the en entrances
trances entrances and the surrounding streets.
President Heber J. Grant, of the
Mormon church, opened the meeting
with an invocation in which he pray prayed
ed prayed for strength for the nation's chief
executive in his responsibilities. Gov.
Simon Bamberger introduced the
The president discussed at length
the question of reservations,, declar declaring
ing declaring that to all intents and purposes,
reservations were the same as amend amendment.
ment. amendment. To reopen the meaning of any
part of the treaty, he said, was to re reopen
open reopen negotiations with 'Germany.
Answering objections that under
article ten the United States might be
called on to settle Balkan controver controversies,
sies, controversies, the president said: "If you want
to put out a fire in Utah, you don't
go to Oklahoma for the fire engine,
and if you want to put out a fire in
the Pa!kans you don't send to the
IJnited States for troops."
EDWARD BOK WILL STEP OUT
Philadelphia, Sept. 24. The7 resig resignation
nation resignation of Edward Bok, as editor of the
Ladies' Home, Journal, effective Janu January
ary January 1 next, wa3 announced yesterday.
JOHN R. AVERY
Mr. John R. Avery was for years a
resident of Marion county, having a
grove near Electra. The following
news of his 'death from the Waynes Waynes-ville,
ville, Waynes-ville, Pa., Herald, will x sadden his
When John R. Avery died at his
home farm one mile north of Mont
Alto at 5 o'clock this morning there
passed from earthly scenes one of the
best known and most popular as well
as respected citizens of Franklin
ceOmty. Mr. Avery came to the sec section
tion section in. which he died from New Jer Jersey
sey Jersey many years ago. For many years
Mr. Avery was the purchasing and
sales agent for the Mont Alto Iron
Company. About twenty yearsago he
retired from mercantile liff to his
splendid farm near Mont Alto. With
the aid of one of his sons he had work worked
ed worked the farm until the time of his
death. Mr. Avery lacked but six days
of being 84 years old.
Tires and? Tubes
; OCALA AUTO; & I
I GARAGE CO.
After a Most Pleasant Trip Through
Marion, Lake and Orange, the
Party Met a Royal Wel Welcome
come Welcome in Orlando
The Marion county motorcade had a
splendid day yesterday for making its
start through South Florida, and
those composing the party made the
most of it by thoroughly enjoying the
country through which they passed.
Everything went along smoothly
until shortly after passing the Lake
county line, when the road Was roped
across in such a way as to prevent
even a man on horseback from pass passing.
ing. passing. This looked extremely discour discouraging
aging discouraging for a few moments, until there
emerged from the bushes the smiling
countenances of these two original
publicity boosters, Gilbert Leach of
the Leesburg Commercial, and Willis
B. Powell, at present secretary of the I
Lake County Commercial Club, with
headquarters in Tavares, When the
whole party had arrived the obstruc obstruction
tion obstruction was removed and the march was
taken up with the Lake county repre representatives
sentatives representatives piloting the way. A short
stop was made in Leesburg, and then
"on to Eustis," where the bunch was
to be the guests of the Lake County
Commercial Club at luncheon. Eve Everything
rything Everything had been prepared and in a
few minutes after arrival all were
invited to' seats at bountifully spread
tables at the club'se headquarters.
Senator W. M. Igou is president of
the organization, and he was assisted
in greeting the party by1 a number 'of
other lively citizens of Eustis. After
the luncheon, Mr. Igou and several
other citizens took charge of the
party and showed them the sights of
the city and suburbs, including the
splendidly appointed golf links.
About 3 o'clock the bunch started
on the journey to Orlando, via San San-ford,
ford, San-ford, and arrived in. the latter jity
two hours later. Just outside Or Orlando
lando Orlando they were met by Mr. M. M.
Smith, president of the local board of
trade and motor club, and also a mem member
ber member of the state highway commission,
Mr. Van Valkenburg, secretary of the
State Automobile Association, and a
number of other prominent Orlando
road boosters. They took charge of
the aggregation and escorted it to the
county fair grounds, where a game of
baseball was in progress between the
Tampa and Orlando teams. After the
game announcement was made that
the Marion county motorists were to
be guests of the Orlando Motor Club
at a banquet to be held at the. San
Juan hotel at 8:30. The following is
an account of the affair from this
morning's Orlando Sentinel, and it is
placing it mildly when it says "The
dinner was pronounced good," etc.
'in the most enjoyable and most
laughable event ever pulled off in
Orlando, the Orlando Motor Club last
night made merry with their guests,
the live wire good roads boosters sent
out on a motorcade of the southern
part of the state by the best member
o! the Florida State Automobile As
sociation family, namely, the Ocala
A dinner par excellence was laid
promptly at eight-thirty in the San
Juan coffee room and the hundred
hungry guests fell to in a manner
which betokened energy and original
ity, nor did the omen fail, for no
sooner had the first course been dis disposed
posed disposed of than the fireSarorks started.
After Mr. Guernsey, speaking for the
mayor, who was unable to be pres
ent, welcomed the guests in a dandy
talk, President of the State Associa
tion M. M. Smith, and toastmaster,
made a further address of welcome in
the name of the Florida State Auto
mobile Association, giving at the time
a short review of the history of the
"While Mr. Smith was talking a boy
from the hotel paged him with a tel telegram,
egram, telegram, which read as foll6ws: "Re "Reliably
liably "Reliably informed members of that
Ocala motorcade heavily armed, may
cause trouble Orlando club, advise all
be searched. W. M. Igou." Mr.
Smith was so enraged and chagrined
that he called in the chief of police,"
Chief Pounds, and every visitor was
searched with the result that one very
large and one very small six-shooting
revolver were found, upon the
person of A. C. Blowers, of Ocala,
vice-president of the. Florida State
Automobile Association. Mr. Blow Blowers,
ers, Blowers, utterly bewildered, was led to the
head of the table and asked to ex explain.
plain. explain. Judge Cheney, the "valiant
champion of the man in trouble," was
or his 'feet in an instant and in an
eloquent plea for "our guest" suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in quelling the riot and the
u.ual "acquittal" followed. J
"Short and snappy speeches were
made bL Z. C. Chambliss, L. H. Cha Cha-zal,
zal, Cha-zal, A. c. Blowers, Mr. Christian, Mr.
Cam and others of Ocala, and all
were loud in their praises of Orlando
and her entertainment. One Ocala
member preferred charges against
Victory of the Republicans in the
Senate Yesterday by
Washington, Sept. 24. The demo democrats
crats democrats have discounted the three-vote
victory of the republicans in the first
test vote on the peace treaty yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, declaring it was no indication of
the final line-up. The Fall amend amendments
ments amendments will be taken up next.
HAVE ANOTHER HEARING
Washington, Sept. 24. The Inter Interstate
state Interstate Commerce Commission has re reassigned
assigned reassigned the complaint of the South Southern
ern Southern Wholesale Grocers Association
against the Southern Railway Com Company,
pany, Company, the director general and other
parties, for October 6th at Memphis.
PROFITS FOR PACKERS
Washington Sept. 24. The Federal
Trade Commission's report, just pub published,
lished, published, declares the profits allowed the
five big packers during the war un under
der under food administration limitations
were double those in pre-war years.
FEAR A COAL FAMINE
Washington, Sept. ,24. Represen Representatives
tatives Representatives of southern coal operators
told senators and representatives
from the South today that a coal
famine may occur in they South this
winter unless the number of cars are
increased. Steps will be taken to in increase
crease increase carriers.
M. M. Smith for using association
funds for the purchase of a new Cad Cadillac
illac Cadillac automobile, and the inimitable
Judge Cheney sprang again to the
rescue with terse defense "that I
have had my eye on this treasury for
two years and to my certain knowl knowledge
edge knowledge the amount of balance has never
at any time exceeded $50, and -whenever
it does exced that amount I am
going to get mine."
"Snappy, jumpy music was furnished
by Jump's orchestra. There were
present many beautiful ladies. The
dinner was pronounced good and the
feood roads boosters of the Ocala
Motor Club were sent away in high
spirits for the next leg of their jour journey,
ney, journey, to Lakeland, where they will be
entertained by the Lakeland club, and
the following day to Tampa, and then
return to their own good home town,
At 8 o'clock this morning the party
left Orlando in the best of spirits
after they had been so royally enter enter-tained
tained enter-tained by its motorists and other pub
lic spirited citizens.
The speech of Commissioner W. D.
Cam -was especially applauded when
he said that "Marion county believes
that the time is now ripe for good
roads bonds." State Road Commis Commis-sioner
sioner Commis-sioner Smith. took this occasion to call
the attention of the Marion county
delegation to the fact that the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to get substantial help from
the state for her road building would
rot be held open indefinitely and he
advised early action in thev matter. "A
hint to the wise," etc. He also com complimented
plimented complimented Ocala on having the largest
membership of any motor club in the
Every member of the party will
rong- remember with pleasure the roy royal
al royal entertainment furnished them by
the people of Orlando.
One of every five chil-
5-osl dren has defective ey
fcT sight. Your child may b
sec ff that one. Lack of proper
.wV glasses will seriously
handicap your child.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician.
We are equipped
for work on
all makes of
FIRST CLASS WORK
Evident that Rumanians Feel Like
Their Displacement Won't
Paris, Sept. 24. Rumania, in reply
to the Allies note, has offered to evac evacuate
uate evacuate Budapest or co-operate with the
Allies there, according to the Echo de
RED TROOPS ADVANCING
London, Sept. 24. A bolshevik dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Moscow says Red troops
are reported to have occuped Tomsk,
500 miles east of Omsk, the seat of
the Kolchak government.
EXPECT VOTE THIS AFTERNOON
Paris, Sept. 24. Premier Clemen Clemen-ceau
ceau Clemen-ceau was expected to ask the chamber
of deputies for a vote ratifying the
peace treaty this afternoon.
VILLA'S MEN WILL PAY US VISIT
Will Come However in Peace and
Not in War
( Associated Press)
El Paso, Sept. 24. A courier front
Francisco Villa, the Mexican bandit
chief, is reported on the way to
Washington after visiting various
rebel leaders, with a view to consoli consolidating
dating consolidating the factions opposed to Car Car-ranza.
ranza. Car-ranza. BRITISH RAILWAY
MEN WILL STRIKE
London, Sept. 24. Railway union
executives have sent and ultimatum to
the government, rejecting the stand standardization
ardization standardization offer and intimating that
ut.less a favorable reply is received by
noon Thursday a strike would be or ordered.
dered. ordered. A BAD SIGN FOR CATTS
It is said that Catts is after the la labor
bor labor vote. If he is, the following from
the Jacksonville Artisan, the leading
labor paper of the state, looks bad for
There is no use to quote the many
pithy clippings of the various state
papers commenting upon the appoint appointment
ment appointment of Sidney J. Catts Jr., as adju adjutant
tant adjutant general of the state of Florida.
No matter if a man has never given
any particular attention to politics,
he can not get away from the various
appointments which Governor Catts
has given to members of his immed immediate
iate immediate family.
We are not going to comment upon
the merits or demerits of the young
man who has been appointed as adju adjutant
tant adjutant general. We hope that he will
mae good, even if he is the son of
the biggest jfjee which ever sat in the
fiulernatoriar chair at Tallahassee.
We will comment, however, on the
actions of Governor Catts. We can
not help but remember, and those who
run and read, may also remember,
how the present governor was elect elected
ed elected on a wave of reformor, at least,
it was said to be a reform.
The actions of the governor in ap
pointing membersbf his family to all
the lucrative positions is a stench in
the nostrils of all right-minded men.
N""er before, in the history of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, has any governor tried to place
his entire family at the public feed
trough. It remained for Sidney J.
Catts to do this thing, and, thank
God, the time will soon be here when
he can" be relegated to the political
junkpile,' never to be resurrected.
JEWISH NEW YEAR 5680
This holiday begins at sunset Wed
r.esday 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
Jake Brown, Sec'y.
RED CROSS NOTICE
All persons knitting socks, stock stockings,
ings, stockings, mufflers or sweaters for the Red
Cross, please finish them and turn
them in this week at the Red Cross
headquarters, also all wool left over
from previous knitting.
We have bean seed for fall plant planting;
ing; planting; Wadwell Kidney Wax at $10 per
bushel; green beans at $0 per busheL
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
W. K.. Lane, M. IX, Physician and
Sorgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Bofldiaf Ocala,
Striken Object to Order Being Kept
by Troopers of the
Pittsburg, Sept. 24. With reports
from the Youngstown and Chicago
districts indicating that a majority of
the mills had closed down, the success
of the steel strike seemed confined to
those districts this morning. A meet meeting
ing meeting of the national strike committee
has been called for today by William
.Z Foster, national organizer, who
said "peace plans" would not be con considered.
sidered. considered. The committee will consider
financing the strike and probably
make a protest against the use of
state troopers in the strike districts.
Union leaders indicated this morning
it was a "fight to the bitter end."
Company officials seemed satisfied the
nation-wide walk-out would faiL
CUTTING SCRAPE AT
Cleveland, Sept. 24. Four men
were stabbed, two of whom may die,
and two others beaten at the en entrance
trance entrance of the American steel and wire
plant today, in connection with the
The trouble started when three ne negroes
groes negroes tried to enter the plant and
were stopped by strike sympathizers.
CALLED UP IN COURT
Not Such Good Fan to Stage Riots in
Albermarle, N. C Sept. 24. Twenty-seven
textile workers faced ,the
court here today on charges of incit inciting
ing inciting to riot, in connection with the
strike disorders at the Wissacassett
cotton mills ten days ago.
TEXAN AND MEXICAN TOWNS
SURROUNDED BY WATER
Brownsville, Sept. 24. Hidalgo-,
Texas, and ReynosS, Mexico, are re reported
ported reported completely surrounded by wa water
ter water and all trains are held up.
ANOTHER OF THOSE
(St. Petersburg Times)
Sergeant York, of Pall Mall, Tenn
had better look to his laurels. It de develops
velops develops that one Sergeant Bill Donnel Donnelly,
ly, Donnelly, of a New York infantry company,
during the second battle of the Marne
with the help of a squad of six men,
surrounded and captured 250 sniping
Germans, with a lieutenant colonel
and twelve other officers.
At last there is a way to extermi
nate the roaches from your house.
Roach Doom" is its name and it can
be had at the Court Pharmacy under
a guarantee. 19-tf
See Me ;
For All Classes Of
Stone, Brick, Wood, ;
and Concrete S
3. D. McCasMll j
Phone 446. 728 Wenona St.
Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains t OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar'
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
t :29am Jacksonville-New York 2:1 tain
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:20 tun
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pm
2:15 am Tanroa-Manatee-
8t- Petersburg 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:25 pm
4:25 pm Tunpait Petersburg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 pm JoksonvlIle-New York 2:15 am.
1:45 pm. J'ksonvnie-O'iBesville 2:25 pm.
1:42 am. JksanTille-Qnevllle 10:12 pm.
2:15 am. St. Pet'abr;-Lvkelaxid 2:12 ju.
2:25 pm St Pet'sbura-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:io am. Dunneuon-wiioox
7:40 am. Du'neUon-L.Tteland 11:02 pm
5:25 pm. Hemoaaesa 1:25 pm
10 :i I pea. .ueesDura i:uta
4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
Testimony of Labor Leaders Before
Senate Committee Expected to
Bring -This Out
r Associated Press)
Washington, Sept. 24. Chairman
Kenyon of the Senate labor committee
siid today that William Z. Foster
vrould be summoned as a witness in
the probe into the steel strike to be begin
gin begin tomorrow. John J. Fitz pa trick,
chairman of the strikers committee,
telegraphed that he would be on hand
to testify tomorrow. Elbert H. Gary,
directing head the the Steel Corpora Corporation,
tion, Corporation, will testify next Wednesday.
Union leaders will be called on to an answer
swer answer charges made in the House that
the strike was forced by the radical
AFRAID OF SERFDOM
Washington, Sept. 24. Union lead leaders
ers leaders today continued their attacks on
the Cummins railroad bill. P. J. Mc Mc-Namara,
Namara, Mc-Namara, vice persident of the Broth Brotherhood
erhood Brotherhood of Firemen and Enginem-n,
telling the Senate commerce commit-;
tee that a denial of the right to strike
'makes serfs out of men."
Following the program at the
Methodist church yesterday, in which
Rev. W. A. Myers of Tampa, Rev. G.
H. York of Coleman, Rev. J. W.
Windham of Crystal River and Rev.
R Ira Barnett of Ocala, were the
speakers on "The Conservation Pro Program
gram Program of the Methodist Centenary
Campaign," a delightful dinner was
spread in the Sunday school rooms of
the church by the entertainment com committee
mittee committee composed of Mrs. T. H. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, chairman, Mrs. C. E. Simmons,
Mrs. P. V. Leavengood, Mrs. Smith
Hardin, Mrs. Charles Howell, Mrs. E.
T. Spencer, Mrs. F. W. Cook, Mrs. G.
W. Martin and Mrs. E. B. Green. The
dinner consisted of fried chicken,
chicken pillau, roast beef, creamed
potatoes, sweet potatoes, various
salads, sandwiches, coffee and block
ice cream and cake. These ladies
served over forty persons and sent ten
dinners to sick church members. A
splendid company of men and women
from Ocala and other towns of the
district enjoyed the fine feast of food
and fellowship, after which Rev, C. M.
Brittaatn, pastor of the Baptist
and Rev. L. H. Kirkbv, rector of the
Episcopal church, responded with
ready wit and in superb, fraternal
spirit to toasts proposed by the toast toast-master,
master, toast-master, Rev. Smith Hardin. Revs.
Myers and Barnett and Mr. Roger
Dodd of this city, who is conference
centenary treasurer for Florida, spoke
in the afternoon. AH who attended
will carry with them for many days
the information and mighty inspira inspiration
tion inspiration of this high day of Ocala Meth Methodist
odist Methodist history.
A BED RENOVATOR
Is now here, located in the Chace
building, Oklawaha avenue and Or
ange street, fnon 112. J. E. Drew.tf
UP .TO DATE
We have installed the modern
WEAVER TIRE CHANGER. ABSO
LUTELY changes tires without dam
aging- rims. ENABLES us to give you
quicker service. CALL and let us
demonstrate to your satisfaction.
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UNDERTAKERS and EIIDAUIERS
PHONES 47. 181. ICS
DR. G. A. EDMISTOBI
Veterinary, Physician and Surgeen
Phone 38 M
. AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPT 24, 1919
OCA LA EVEIIIIIG STAR
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service, but Colonel Woods' recom
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the enlisted man be helped back in
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over Colonel Woods' office as a part
of his duties, retaining the organiza organization
tion organization and personnel as far as is neecs neecs-sary.
sary. neecs-sary. Lieut.-Col. M. C. Smith will be
executive in charge.
It. It. Carroll, President
P. V. UatfiiKood, Seretary-Treaurr
J. II. Heajamln, Editor
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Electros must be mounted, or charge
Catts' new sheriff, Langford, doesn't
seem to be putting an end to disorder
in Polk county any faster than his
The Star has seen a copy of the
first issue of the "Home Sector, a
weekly for the new civilian." This
paper is conducted by the former edi editorial
torial editorial council of the "Stars and
Stripes," and is to be for the veterans
at home what the former paper was
for the A. E. F. It is a very' well edit edited
ed edited and interesting paper, and should
be read bv the ex-soldiers.
The editor of the Tampa Tribune,
who called us something in Latin,
- a at 1 ?
which we couldn't interpret, me qic qic-tionary
tionary qic-tionary being just out of our reach,
j j i
him it was a good thing for him that
we hadn't the railroad fare to Tampa,
now offers to loan us the said fare.
, He should not have put it off so long
. we are mad with -somebody else
After trying for weeks, and em
ploying numberless subterfuges, we
have at last succeeded in getting rid
'of the business manager of this paper
for a few days. He has gone on the
motorcade, having mortgaged his sal
arv for three weeks to cav his ex-
penses and have his other suit press press-ed.
ed. press-ed. Meantime, our bright-haired of
fice girl is running the shop and eve
rybody is happy.
The Star will receive reports of the
World's Series by innings. As the
games will be played in the central
A.t 1 U 1 tlA
time Deit, we may not De auie 10 re receive
ceive receive returns in time to publish them
on the same, day, but we will bulletin
the dispatches as soon as received,
pur friends are welcome to come to
the Star office to see them, and those
cut in the country may telephone for
Wise and Otherwise j
A sick man can come the closest
thing in the world to biting the hand j
that feeds him, especially if the hand i
belongs to an extra pretty girl. Lady
f;ngers and all.
If cala hopes to be a "city beauti beautiful"
ful" beautiful" this winter, there will have to be
some speeding up of a number of
The badge of the American Legion
has replaced on President Wilson'
flag which formed so prominent a
feature of the war-time pictures of
the nation's chief executive. It was
left to the legion's chapter at Glen-
divp. Mont., to brine the commander-
in-chief of the American army and buiIdinS castles in the air.
" .. -l 1 ' Ti l l!
navy into me organization, ti votea
him a veteran of the war and extend extended
ed extended him a full membership when his
special train halted at Glendive for a
few minutes. He accepted and secur secured
ed secured a legion button, which he has worn
An electrically heated tray that can
be connected to any lighting fixture
is a new sick room convenience.
Don't eevry one get sick now just to
five it a tryout.
Ocala's housing authorities are still
A little widow now and then plays
havoc with the single men.
It is pretty hard now days to tell
by a fellow's haircut whether he is a
rube or a genius.
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nmintv Aoent Rlarkhnrn. assisted ay nave nau ooiii, out ne
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hv Stat Ornirpr TravW at Fl- never grauDea a not curung iron in
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lowship Monday night reorganized in.e fr ana Pul u xn ms mouin
the farmers' co-operative union of a cigar
tJiat nlapp anrl starfprl it. nn its wav
again with fair promise of a long "Interference" though it may some-
ccntinuedand useful existence. These llI"es uu bumeuiucs. cua
i ; u,.t l a neavy price, is ufvermeitrsa a line
xaiuicta uiiioua oiiuuiu uc uikouiacu .... ... ., ..
n Pvorv rommnnifv TIipv wnnlrl Ka oeaunxui muiS, in uwi it rrpre
v 4.4. e i I sents an honest attempt to right what
Vy h,oh of Tit v in.T,. wrung sumcti.i.es.
stant, beside serving many other good
uses, not the least of which would be
Colonel Arthur Woods, assistant to
Secretary Baker, has handed his res
ignation to Mr. Baker. It has been ac accepted
cepted accepted with congratulations on the
work done by Colonel Woods during
his incumbency. Since March last he
has been in charge of securing em
ployment for honorably discharged
service' men. This service will now
be made a permanent one. Heretofore
the army has dropped the soldier at
out aT 9tVtD T US 7
MlVOOvft V OCvh WAKE
Members of the Woodmen of the
World had better attend their camp
meetings. A heavy increase in assess
ments was decided on at the last
meeting of the Sovereign Camp, and
we have found to our surprise that
comparatively few members know
anything about it. The increase in
Each day is a little lifetime rounded
off- with a sleep, the image of death.
Each morning is our resurrection.
If waiters talked one-tenih as much
as barbers, they'd lose their jobs
The crank we have always with us,
and sometimes she is a woman.
It doesn't take any brains to be a
rates will bear heavily on the older ker' Any n?ule Can,d,. ?
members and probably force many of cid-you ever observe that the mule
v. ,4. u t ? that just stands still and kicks don't
they were begihning to sit up and ?e !hT; SHL
take notice. wumau vv"yu.c? occ
lor yourseii u it isn j, true.
A LOGICAL OBJECTION
One of the saddest of life's facts is
"two-cant I that woman do not care for women as
a sex; that is, as men care for men.
Men naturally hang together,' but
women do not. Men will die to save
ether men; women will sacrifice them
selves for children, but not for other
We wonder why it is that the most
We are against that
piece demanded, for it will mean
paying seven cents for what we now
get for six. Tampa Tribune.
ISNT. IT THE TRUTH ?
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in advance.
WANTED Two good waiters and
two good cooks, white or black, at the
Colonial Hotel at once. 23-tf
FOR RENT Two furnished bed bedrooms.
rooms. bedrooms. Call phone 238, or call at No.
34 North Sanchez St. 23-6t
FOR SALEJ 1917 Maxwell touring
car. Motor in number one condition.
Cheap for quick sale. Florida House
Garage. Phone 133. 23-6t
FOR SALE Six head of good milch
cows.. H.'A. Fausett, 702 West Ex Exposition
position Exposition St. Phone 346. 21-6t
WANTED Rags; must be well laun laundered;
dered; laundered; no sewing room scraps. Will
pay 5 cents a pound for them, deliver delivered.
ed. delivered. 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 Mr. Yonce. 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
We cuss high taxes as we rock
eontentedlv alone and let the nolitic-
l !! l
ians put over on us what they will. inest woman m ine worm win onen
AN EASY ESCAPE
resort to pretenses? Maybe it is be
cause she thinks it lubricates society.
It is said that scientific men are
now able to photograph thought. It is
certainly hoped that they will not
bring their cameras around when
Ocalans are thinking of the conditions
Joe Hunter West, who recently on
two occasions shot up Dr. Pittman's
residence in Jacksonville, has been ad ad-iuded
iuded ad-iuded insane and sent to Chattahoo
chee. Just an easy way of escaping f the city for winter visitors
service in strines we susnect. Bun-
I . 11 1 1 A
tp11 Trihunp I J-verypouy in puDiic me, ana not a
few out of it, have long since learned
A PRIVATE'S PRAYER
that to nobody vis it safer to reveal
FOR SALE Gold fish. Apply at fire
station until October 1st. 20-6t
FOR SALE Cabbage Plants: Long
Island Wakefield, Jersey Wakefield,
Sure Head, ready for shipment about
Sept. 20th. Delivered by parcel post,
per thousand, $2.25; at Messick plant
farm at Burbank, Fla., $2; less than
thousand lots. per. 100, 25c. Cash
must be send with order. Samuel F.
Messick, Burbank, Fla. 19-5t
FOR SALE Team of horses weigh
ing 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
FOR SALE CHEAP Model K Hup
mobile in first class condition. For
demonstration see Collier Brothers,
Ocala, Fla. 18-tf
WANTED Your order for high
grade office .stationery. Star Job
secrets than to real newspaper men.
Private soldiers greatly enjoy thisl The higher their standing in their
story: j profession the more do they know of
A popular magazine recently re- J the things which for one or another
ceived some complaints as to the pic- j good reason are not to be printed, 'and
tures it published and the sentiments I this is not because of professional
stated under those same illustrations, eminence of the veteran journalists,
A private says: "Our bone of conten- but because their careers have been
tion is that you run too many pic- long and their opportunities many for
tures of officers as representing the J the acquisition of recondite knowl-
American soldier. As a matter of fact edge. There are, of course, times and
we were on the front in action m four j occupations when confidences are not
major operations, and during most of invited by journalists when they are
that time we had two officers, some- refused. At other times they are
times three. All other outfits were willingly or gladly accepted, and high high-equipped
equipped high-equipped in like proportion until after ly valued as their possession renders
the war was over and then they is- possible a more nearly complete en ensued
sued ensued us five. -In a recent magazine derstanding of a personality or a sit sit-picture
picture sit-picture you show twelve soldiers, not uation, and add accuracy to the writ writ-counting
counting writ-counting a group in the back ground, ing of what can be written. There-
Oi twelve, six are represented as of- fore, not many months ago, when this
fleers and the other six enlisted men. column was dubbed "Bright Bits" by
Do you think that is a fair propor- the boss editor, and to save its repu-
tion?" Itation and its life, perhaps, we struck
"The fellows would like to see you I for another and more suitable name,
running pictures of privates, better I we gave a description ,of a certain en-
known as 'bucks,' who brought up the gagement ring that was being brought
ammunition for the big barrage, who home in the "over heart" pocket, of
built the roads where a goat would one of our most prominent soldier
need a guide, and who handled the laddies, then sailing upon the crystal
'corned willy from ship to the line, seas between New York and Brest,
who kept railroads moving and sup-1 However we did not say that both
p:es coming; who patched up the I lived in Ocala, neither did we say
wounded and. took them to the rear,! just when that soldier laddie arrived
and who kept the telephone lines on cr in what direction of the compass
the job, and who operated the big he motored, to place that exquisite
guns for the barrage, and who cooked French engagement ring. But it has
the slum so nice and hot and carried all been done, and before many moons
it to the lines, and who went over the this little scribe will be given full lib lib-top
top lib-top and down to the creek, who built erty to reveal a romance begun long
bridges over streams, and, in fact, ago, even before the great ships be be-'rcost
'rcost be-'rcost any guy who helped do the I can to steam under heavy convoy to
trick. I foreien shores.
"Officers were nice for guard I
mounts and keen on salutes, dress pa-1 There are a few paragraphers
rades and company for the canteen I whose carefully considered brief sen-
workers of the Y. M. C. A., but thevltences are winced so as to fly into
did not win the war. Lay off on the your brain like so many sharp little
virtues of the pretty officers and talk airows.
a" bit about the boys who did the work.
One of our fellows went to a citvl A woman of forty-seven, intelligent
the other day and applied at a res-1 and active, may meet a man who will
taurant for a meal, but was informed I really comDel her to fall in love with
that it was for 'Officers Onlv Thn I him and cause thoughts to come fast.
he found a show, but it was for 'Offic- like petals floating down.
FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and sell
second hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow
ers, enamehvare, etc. J. W. Hunter,
310, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf
WOOD Phone 146 for all lenghths
oak or pine wood; thoroughly season
ed. Special price on quantity orders.
Put in your winter supply now,
Smoak's Wood Yard.' 15-tf
. ATTENTION, WOODMEN!
All camps and groves in this coun county
ty county are urged to have as many 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.
B. GOL1 MA M 9
Coffins and Caskets,
Day Phone 253 Night Phone 511
L. HURST, MANAGER
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MORE
Before Buying An Automobile See
I have secured the agency for this splendid car in twelve coun counties
ties counties and am in position to give you a demonstration of its unsur unsurpassable
passable unsurpassable qualities on short notice. When you are in the market for
a car that will insure you the utmost service at the least cost, phone
MY REPAIR DEPARTMENT
Is equipped to repair any and all makes of cars, and the service is
guaranteed satisfactory. Garage in the Carmichael Building, near
Union Station, North Magnolia street.
1 SAVE MONEY OW MEAT
We always handle the best fresh meat to be
had and our prices are always the lowest.
Round Steak 25c I Best Pork Chops ....25c
Loin Steak v ,30c Pork Sausage 25c
Stew Meat 15c
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc.
NEW YORK MEAT MARKET
TRANSFER AND STORAGE COMPANY
Issued on Cotton,
We have first class trucks with competent drivers, and our
equipment will move you complete no matter what yon possess.
J H. Spencer
W. R. Pedrlcli
THE OCALA GAS ENGME WOKKS'
Local Agents for the Old Reliable
MICKKY IS THE STAR DEVIL
ers Only.' He wanted to dance with
a Y. M. C. A. girl, but the dance was
ior 'umcers Unly.' From there he
went to a hotel, but it was for 'Offic
ers Only.' When he came home that
night I heard him kneel beside his
bunk, and here is what he prayed:
'Oh, Lord, don't have any more war,
but if you do have another war, have
it for 'Officers Only.' "'
let ready your fafc garden. Wej
hava new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf I
It takes a smashing blow at the
heart to make some wives realize 1
there is more in life than living in a
fashionable hotel with nothing more
to do than to hide their perfume away
first duty is to qualify as a home home-maker,
maker, home-maker, and the wife's first duty is to I
maintain her home, whether it be in
cottage, mansion or hotel suite, and :
(Concluded on Third Pag) 1
Announces that they are now Handling Storage Batteries and
maintain a fully equiped service station for recharging batteries.
Complete line of GOODYEAR and UNITED STATES Tires and
Tubes. All" kinds of Automobile Accessories, and a full line of
parts for the BUICK.
SPENCER & PEDRICK, Proprietors.
" When Better Automobiles Are Built buick Will Build Them
Ocklawaha Avenue'and Osceola i St.
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPT 24, 1919
(Continued from Second Page)
keep out the things which are likely
to undermine its sancticy, which is
neither her clubs or natural womanly
desires, but the forms of which mod modern
ern modern civilization is developing.
Long ago an observing Englishman
said that the hardest words for an
American to say are: "I can't afford
it." Nobody can afford $18 and $20
shoes, because they are not worth it.
Nobody can afford to pay 70 cents for
bacon, or a dollar for a frying size
chicken, or any of the other ridiculous
high prices that are now being charg charged
ed charged for actual necessities of life. Yet
. we see people buying every day and
why? Pride; yes, false pride. If these
people would cut the profiteers and
buy cheap cuts of meat and wear the
cheaper shoes and wearing apparel;
if they would just coolly patronize the
dealer in middle-class wares, who
charges middle-class prices for all
grades of goods on the run, something
would be bound to happen. Some fel fellows
lows fellows might have to pocket their pride
to do all that, but it would be monev
well made if they would, and at the J
same time it would help bring a norm normal
al normal standard of living for the man who
i3 having a harder time to make both
ends meet than he is.
Too many young people depend on
their father's money and name taking
them through this world, and their
mother's prayers making everything
right for the next.
Watch your step and keep your foot
off the cutout of your automobile and
There will be a greater influx of
tourists than ever this year and some something
thing something should be done now towards the
making of preparations for entertain entertaining
ing entertaining them in our city. It is a fine thing
to know that your boarding house is
clean and that every dish is prepared
vith only the best that the market
affords; that the kitchen is as immac immaculate
ulate immaculate as the well known fallen snow.
It's nice to go into a restaurant, too,
and know that you may eat anything
therein with perfect trust and confi confidence.
dence. confidence. Some hotels and restaurants
in this city can well afford to lose
much of the reputation they have ac acquired
quired acquired in the past turn over a new
leaf and begin a new score.
If we knew just when this would be
printed that is, if it would be given
to you to read now we would say
that last Tuesday a certain big tur tur-quois
quois tur-quois car filled with congenial friends
(including one tiny fairy princess)
motored slowly out of the. city into
the early morning mists of a glorious
country roadway, dewy and sparkling,
- leading into Lake county. The prime
motive of the trjp was a combined
business and pleasure journey. Soon
the sunbeams were dancing every everywhere,
where, everywhere, melting the filmy cobwebs
from every shrub and branch and the
birds and blossoms held up their
heads to give welcome to a new born
day. Leesburg was our first point of
interest, and a short stop there re revealed
vealed revealed activities little short of mar marvelous
velous marvelous for this season of the year.
This thrifty little city is wide-awake
to its interests and is making all pos possible
sible possible progress toward preparedness
for the great rush of tourists that is
expected this winter. Leesburg, as
everyone knows, is located in the
heart of one of Florida's most beau
tiful lake regions, where fishing and
'hunting vie with each other in giving
entertainment to'-',, the hundreds of
northerners who abide there through throughout
out throughout each succeeding season. We were
delighted with our stop there, and out out-journey
journey out-journey was continued to Tavares, a
little town located on the banks of a
turquoise lake by the- same name, and
very t beautiful; thence on to Eustis,
the big car spinning merrily over the
perfect roads as tho grateful to be
away from the roughness and bumps
so perceptible during the earlier hours
of the journey. To Eustis Pandora has
given some of her choicest jewels.
She looks as proud as a peacock on
dress parade. Her streets are im immaculate,
maculate, immaculate, and her homes and shops as
clean as elbow greese and paint can
possibly make them. Tourists have
4 already begun to arrive and business
activity is in the atmosphere that be bespeaks
speaks bespeaks prosperity for that city this
winter. At one of her restaurants a
' delicious and well served dinner was
enjoyed, and the check ticket showed
that profiteering was not their motto.
After seeing a number of friends, our
journey was resumed. Umatilla was
the. next point of interest, socially as
well as financially; thence on to AI AI-toona,
toona, AI-toona, which is one of the prettiest
little villages, snuggled away off
there among the sand dunes and big
oak trees and whose welcome shades
makepleasant every hour of the day.
Here our million dollar salesman
. brother interviewed that genial finan financier,
cier, financier, Mr. Ham Dobbins, who owns one
of the busiest and perhaps largest
cotton mills in that section. Uncle
Ham said he has just finished pur purchasing
chasing purchasing $15,000 worth of cotton, all
of which would be baled this weak.
Everywhere were cotton bales, and
the busy hum of machinery and flying
lint not only filled the air with" a thrill
of thrift but a fellow's lungs as well.
So much so that we threatened to bor borrow
row borrow a vacuum cleaner from some of
the housewives along the way, to
pump out Brother (there we like to
have said it, but names are not going
along with this story that is, none
but Uncle Ham Dobbin's.) Well,' this
member of the party coughed himself
through all that beautiful territory of
If you have any society items for
the Star, please phone five-two-three.
Miss Sidney Perry's friends will he
sorry to hear that she is on the sick
Mrs. J. W. Crosby went to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville yesterday for a few days' visit
Mr. Lee Sharp has the position in
Rheinauer's that he occupied before
ho went in the army.
Mr. D. Newcomb Barco of Cotton
Plant left yesterday on the afternoon
train for Miami, in response to a tel telegram
egram telegram announcing -the death of his
Mr. M. A. TenEyck was able yes yesterday
terday yesterday to go to his office next door to
Tydings' drug store. Though very
muQh improved, Mr. TenEyck is com compelled
pelled compelled to use crutches.
Dick Dewey's friends are pleased to
see him again at the Temple, where
he has charge of Mr. Bennett's busi business
ness business during the latter's absence on
the Marion county motorcade.
Mrs. R. G. Blake, who has been ill
for several weeks, is slowly improv improving
ing improving and Miss Irma Blake expects to
open her music class next Monday,
which opening was postponed on ac account
count account of her mother's illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livingston of
Kissimmee, are moving to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to make their home. As Miss
Alta Pearson, Mrs.. Livingston was
reared in Ocala and her friends wish
her the greatest happiness in her new
Mrs. Trusten P. Drake, who, with
her family is spending some time at
Hendersonville, arrived in Ocala yes yesterday
terday yesterday for a brief visit, coming espec especially
ially especially to note the progress of her new
residence that is in course of con construction.
struction. construction. Patsy Gillen, who has been holding
down a job in Gainesville all summer,
came home Monday morning for a
visit to his mother and little brother.
He returned early Tuesday morning
to take up his studies in the Univer University
sity University of Florida.
Mrs.- L. M. Thomas and Mrs. Hale
of Sylacauga, Ala., returned yester yesterday
day yesterday to their home after a brief visit
to Mrs. Whetstone, who ocntinues
quite ill. Mrs. Rainey, Mrs. Whst Whst-stone's
stone's Whst-stone's daughter, will remain with her
mother a while longer.
It kills the bedbugs, and destroys
all the eggs as wellin fact, it exter exterminates
minates exterminates the whole breed wherever
you apply it BEDBUG DOOM. It
"s for sale only at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. 19-tf
Mrs. William Allen Barrett and lit little
tle little daughter, Stella, of Ocala. who
have been the guests of Mrs. Barrett's
mother, Mrs. Edwards, and her sister,
Mrs. Adkins, for the past three weeks,
will leave tomorrow morning for
Starke for a visit with Mrs. Barrett's
sister, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sun.
Miss Ethel Seymour, who has re returned
turned returned to New York city from Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, writes that she has moved out of
town to Elmhurst and become a commuter-.
She is pleasantly situated but
her recent visit home has made her
homesick for Florida. Miss Ethel was
one of the fortunate two millions who
sawT Gen. Pershing lead the great
parade of the First Division. She
sends best wishes to her Ocala
In a letter to one of her friends,
Mrs. William Hocker writes most in interestingly
terestingly interestingly of 'Denver, where she and
Mr. Hocker and their children are go
ing to spend the winter. They find
everything much cheaper than in
Florida," are very, pleasantly located
and the children are making good pro
gress in the excellent schools of Den
ver. Mr. Hocker's health is steadily
improving. Mrs.' Hocker, who is a
close observer, writes of some meth
ods of school and other public Work in
the Rockv Mountain city that she
thinks might be tried with advantage
in Ocala. At the same time she con
fesses to a longing of herself and
family to be home.
East Tennesseeans, for that is the
nativity of a majority of the inhabi inhabitants
tants inhabitants of that section, until near one
of the village's popular drug stores,
when he spied a certain pretty girl
and forgot to cough any more, and
henceforth was pronounced cured. The
good roads and fine breezes sweeping
across the hills from innumerable
lakes made the afternoon cool and
pleasant, and all too soon we found
ourselves at Leesburg again, coaxing
down a coca-cola that wasn't near so
good as the Ocala variety, nor as cold.
At Lake Weir a rain storm threatened
destruction to a promising brilliant
sunset, and when near Belleview the
wrath of its fury swept down upon
the big blue car and its occupants.
Quick action in getting the storm cur curtains
tains curtains into place saved a soaking.
Nothing daunted, however, and just
as twilight ushered in the king of
night ,our journey ended at home and
in memory's casket we have placed
another gem of a perfect day, with
our big twin brother and his guests.
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.
Women's and Misses'
Street and Afternoon
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.
See Our New and Delightful
EVERY VARIETY OF FASHION
Wfluy Pay More
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 basin ess, is entitled to long and liberal credit under our generous weekly of semi semimonthly
monthly semimonthly payment plan. f j
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. Oar store can often
show you more styles than your cash store. So, why take a style you don't want there, when you
can com here and get what you do want for less money? f
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 01 O.O up
Fall and Winter
In all the newest
and colors, at
EXCEPTIONAL VALUE IN
It will Pay You to Take a
dPeep at Our New Arrival in
Oeala's Creilt'Sttore 99
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPT 24, 1919
ON HIS WAY EAST
On Account ol Holliday
" The fashion Center
Will be Closed All Day
Thursday, September 24th.
Mrs. Elmer DeCamp has returned
from a very pleasant visit to Connecticut.
Miss Ellen Stripling returned to today
day today from a very pleasant visit to
friends in Orlando.
Just in, a fresh shipment of real
imported Olive Oil. Pints and ljalf
pints, at Gerig's Drug Store.
A considerable number of Ocala
Woodmen are going to the county
convention at Sparr tonight.
There will be no services at the
Christian church Thursday evening,
as was announced at the church San-
Mrs. L. M. Murray and daughter,
Elizabeth, arrived today from their
summer trip, which included Cincin
nati and New York.
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 you
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather's fam fam-'
' fam-' ily ever had.
Ocala Ice & PacMog Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EMBALI71ERS
No char?;1 for delivery of casket anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JB-,
Office Phone 10 flight Phones 225 or 423
Bring Us Your Automobile
Our. Garage is fnlly equipp ed for all kinds of General Repairs,
including Oxy-Acetylene Welding, Electric Valve Grinding, etc Cars
washed and polished, $1. Night service by appointment.
OILS, GAS AND ACCESSORIES
.DAIIITTVD'C r1 A 11 I JPl? Phone 516 or 117.
UUUVIIjU O HjriiiriHIi Fl. King and Magnolia
wiii.. .J"Tt." ...... "" I""'. '! """" 't .'"!'' ; ..;
Mr. E. P. Anderson, who is spend
ing this week in Ocala, expects to
leave Friday night for Savannah,
where he is engaged in business.
We regret to learn that Mr. and
Mrs. Delbert Haskell will soon leave
for Oregon. But they have Florida
sand in their shoes and some day will
ZESTFUL and sparkling
the thirst and allays it com completely
pletely completely refreshing one.
Orange-Crush is made from the fruit oil,
pressed from fresh ripe oranges, and such
other wholesome ingredients as pure gran granulated
ulated granulated sugar, carbonated water and citric
acid found in oranges lemons and grape grapefruit.
fruit. grapefruit. Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works
5c by the bottle. Less by the case.
Get ready your fall garden. We
have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf
That game between the Sparr
giant's and the Ocala going-backs, at
Hunter Park tomorrow will be the
baseball event of the season. All who
like baseball should go see it.
Deputy Sheriff Gordon today head
ed off a colored girl bound north from
Leesburg. She had stolen a large
quantit yof clothes from her em
Mrs. Frederick Hocker, who has
spent the summer with her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. Montgomery in Eliza
bethtown, Ky., will leave there today,
and is expected home Friday, accom
panied by her little son.
Mr. and Mrs: Trusten P. Drake have
jrst arrived from Hendersonville, N.
C.. where they spent most of the sum summer.
mer. summer. Mrs. Drake will return in a day
or two and later drive thru her car,
but Mr. Drake's vacation is over for
Cara Nome the exquisite Talcum
Powder. Ask to see it at Gerig's
"Upside Down' at the Temple to today,
day, today, featuring Taylor Holmes, is pic pic-turized
turized pic-turized from a Harper's Magazine
story, "Lovely Reasons," telling how
a husband found many lovely reasons
for a divorce, with laughs coming
thick and fast. The Ford Weekly will
Deputy Sheriff Gordon picked up an
unusually heartless sort of a scamp
the other day and held him for an of officer
ficer officer from Bradford county. A re
turned soldier had lost his pocket--
book, containing about $30, and this
yellow-livered slacker found and kept
it. He should be sent up for thirty
We have a few Bathing Caps, just
in from News York.- 35 cents to one
dollar each, at "Gerig's Drug Store.
Maxey Moody of Jacksonville and
Dell Moody of Oklawaha. two well well-known
known well-known and much liked ex-Ocala boys,
were in town today. Dell has charge
of a turpentine farm in South Mar
ion, but his wife and child are staying
with Mr. Moody's mother in Orlando.
Maxey was a participant in an auto
accident near Jacksonville some
months ago. .The car, driven by a
friend of his, turned over, and the
friend was killed and Maxey badly
hurt, but he is as well as ever now.
(By ML Clemens News Bureau)
Aboard President Wilson's Special
Train. As he speeds back eastward,
on the last lap of his long journey,
across the land and then down the
Pacific coast, President Wilson is hap happy
py happy in the knowledge that the people
of California, one of the states about
which he was dojbtful because of its
senatorial representative, Hiram John Johnson,
son, Johnson, are heart and soul for the league
of nations. Californians, the presi president
dent president found, are inclined to look upon
Mr. Johnson as the next president of
the United States. A great number
of them have frankly said to those
close to Mr. Wilson that between the
president and Senator Johnson, should
they oppose each other in 1920, the
popular vote ol tne state wouia go
to Mr. Johnson.
Want The League Just As It Is
"But when it comes to the league
of nations, Mr. President, we are with
you and against our senator," r innu
merable Californians of various types
told Mr. Wilson. Republicans, Inde
pendents, and particularly women
want the league just as it, and a good
percentage of the people here have in
formed Senator Johnson of their
wishes. It was, regarded as rather sig significant
nificant significant that after the president had
spent three days in California aad
had obviously won the heart of the
citizens, Johnson anounced that his
speaking tour in opposition to the
beautiful city of Los Angeles, where
the president spent his week-end, lit literally
erally literally went wild with enthusiasm
over him. Its welcome outdid any anything
thing anything that had gone before and there
had been many warm welcomes else-
vhere. He was escorted upon his
arrival through ten miles of crowded
streets and through a din of cheers
and applause that seemed to intensify
as he went along. Flowers were
strewn upon every yard of asphalt
over which be passed, while above his
head every few feet flags and banners
fluttered in the mild western breeze.
from sidewalks to housetops, every
point of .vision was occupied and was
vociferous. It was estimated that more
than four hundred thousands of the
happy residents of the metropolis turn turned
ed turned out in his honor.
Challenges Senator Johnson
There was a challenge, indirect, but
nevertheless a challenge, to Senator
Johnson and other opponents of the
league. In the president's remarks
in Los Angeles, he demanded to know
what theseSopponents had to offer in
place of the league. "Much of the
argument directed against the league
of nations is not based upon reason,"
he said. "It is a great constructive
plan, and no man in the presence of
the present critical situation of mam mam-kind
kind mam-kind has the right to oppose any con
structive plan unless by a better qon-
Ready To Go Back To Paris
"I will say now that I am ready to
tain shin again and carry back .to
Paris any constructive proposals which
appear a suitable and better substi
tute for those which have been
nujie." The president pointed out
how every part of the league plan
W2S based upon American principles.
These principles were not nis own.
lu, declared, but were of the sort
which had always inspired Americans.
1 reply to the often repeated words
ol Washington against "entangling al
Lances, Mr. Wilson made a new
point in his L-i. California address.
"V 'hat V asinngioa warned us
uS-yir-sC he said., "was exactly wtiat
those gHiiiierien who oppose the
league 10 lead us oack to. Tne
dttaii we aave ieli behind was a day
uf ailiiuces ixnu u:e oaLuicej of power.
Ererj naiioa tiiane a partnership with
sonic o.r.- uauca or group, of na nations
tions nations to coiuin&ie tiie weaker portion
osL the MorivL This project of the
Ibsui i-; a process cf disentail-
slfi-.iiani. i.ii?: w .ich alli:ices will not
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.-
NIGHTS OF UNREST
S B-O C E K Y
P E CIA
FRIDAY, SEPT. 26TH
8 lb. Snowdrift $2.(30
Bulk Peanut Butter per lb I .25
4 lb. Bucket Peanut Butter - 1.00
1 pk. Irish Potatoes. .65
V2 lb. Can Crisco : .55
3 lb can Crisco for N 1.05
White House Coffee per lb : - - -53
Guaranteed Flour Plain or Selfrising 12 lb sack 88-
Guarnteed Flour Plain or Selfrising 24 lb sack 1.75
Welch's Grapelade .30
Victory Fruit Jam any flavor - .20
Snider's Pork and Bepns 16 oz. can .15
Campbell's Pork and Beans 18 oz. can. ... .15
Dried Baby Limas per lb .15
Dried Salt Fish per lb .20
25 cent can String Beans per can .15
White Bacon per ib .30
DELIVERED ANY WHERE IN TOWN
Corner 8th St and Orange Ave
Buick, light Six Touring
Dodge, Touring :
Small Chevrolet, Touring
1A MM WM
Advertise and get Results,
Nc Sleep, No Rest, No Peace With a
Lame or Aching Back
Weary the lot of many a kidney
Pain and distress from morn to
Get up with a lame back.
" Twinges of backache bother you all
Dull aching breaks your rest at
Uurinary disorders add to your mis misery.
ery. misery. If you have kidney trouble,
Reach the cause the kidneys.
Doan's Kidney Pills are for the kid
Have made an enviable reputation
Ask your neighbor!
H. G.' McDavid, retired carpenter,
Henry and N. Osceola Sts., Ocala,
says: "I suffered from bladder trou trouble.
ble. trouble. I was compelled to get up often
at night to pass the kidney secretions
and this broke my rest. Mornings I
awoke feeling unrefreshed. I learned
1 ot Doan's Kidney Pills and procured
j some at Tydings & Co's. drug store,
I and they helped me in a very short
i time. Doan's soon strengthened my
Kidneys ana Diaaaer.
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. McDavid had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mf rs., Buffalo. N. Y.Adv-0
U ecer- tae one great zuw
auce ml ail the world."
Quotaa ViIiinj McKinley
Too. liie uft-aiutci nxwted from a
rpetrh macs Ly tuei iale William Mc-Kin!.'-y.
tuc da colore his a&3asiaa
tic:, ami saLi Mr I-tcKLiley had had a
risior oi liie coira-s times when be
delivered the edd.-es. Mr. Wilson
sa'uui "HiS waolc U1O4ift.Lt waa against
vs. kUu UjiX. iii-s wooie thought waa
triiu we aau uevoiae artnera with
the ren ux tne world. His whole
tLcnzTk- J ti.au the better we knew
eacL cihez zzi-l t.a clcser vo draw to together.
gether. together. iLc more cervaiii U v.uid be
tfsr.t the proofed ui lira. ion would
be adopedL acl ti:a; uiei. voald not
.UaZ u.ix-i over.
At Reno Aid Celt Lake City
Eavi-wurd ixrand the presidczla first
6top was ai ilenc. ;eu later at Salt
LsLkif Citj. Af laz.i he had relght
more citiea to vro teaching
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.
A: B. C. Starter
YONGE'S BATTERY SERVICE
Lester LHcas, Propriefer and Manafler
Fort King Avenue
A STANDARD UNIVERSITY
Coorses in Liberal Arts and Sciences;
Law; Agriculture; Edcation, Engi Engineering
neering Engineering (Chemical, Civil, Electrical,
Premedical Courses and Graduate
Studies; University Extension.
Attendance from 51 Florida counties
and 21 states, 1825 students, includ including
ing including army and summer schools.
UatM by the War Department one of
in the United States.
Expenses Low. Next session .begins
September 22nd. Write for catalog
and book of views.
A. A. MURPHREE, LLJX, President
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