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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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EVENING

STAR

Weather Forecast: Partly cloudy to to-ritfht
ritfht to-ritfht and Saturday; probably local
showers Saturday.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2(5, 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 230
AS TOO EVIUCH ICALL FOR VOTE ALL WOULD BE
ENEMY ALIENS
UIG STRIKE IN
EMPLOYERS WON'T
HAVE ANY
FOR WILSON OF CONFIDENCE
BROKEN UP
LEAVE AMERICA! GREAT BRITAIN
i

MARION COUNTY
MOTORCADE

Constant Strain of Travel and Speak Speaking
ing Speaking (,'auned President to Cancel
Remaining Dates of
Ilia Trip

( .HrH-;tti(l Press)
Wichita, Kans., Sept. 20. President
Wilson today cancelled the remainder
of his tour under orders from Admiral
Grayson, his physician, and will re return
turn return to Washington direct from
Wichita. Admit al Grayson gave ill illness
ness illness and physical exhaustion as the
reason.
Although it was said there was
nothing itieal about the president's
condition, Admiral Grayson declared
a nerous reaction affecting his diges digestive
tive digestive o ; 4 made a suspension of his
trip imperative.
ILL LAST NIGHT
The president was ill most of the
night and the decision to return to
Washington immediately was reached
just before the train arrived at Wich Wichita.
ita. Wichita. The president himself wanted to
continue his speaking program, but
.bis physician would not permit him.
KEPT TO MS CAR
The presidential train did not pull
into the station at Wichita, where a
large crowd was waiting to welcome
the president. Although the presi president
dent president wanted to at least greet ihe peo people
ple people here. Dr. Grayson wouldn't per permit
mit permit the president to leave his private
car.
ON HIS WAY HOME
Wichita, Sept. 20. The president
left Wichita at 11:30.
WASHINGTON NOT SURPRISED
Washington, Sept. 2G. The' presi president's
dent's president's decision to cancel the remainder
of his speaking tour created great in interest
terest interest here. Democratic and republi republican
can republican leaders in the Senate said the im immediate
mediate immediate return of the president would
liOt change the Senate program of
considering the peace treaty. News
that the president had started home
apparently caused little surprise at
the capitol, as many senators felt that
sooner or later the speaking and trav traveling
eling traveling strain would effect the presi president's
dent's president's strength and force him seek
rest.
WILL AMERICA KEEP
PLEDGES
ITS
Denver, Colo., Sept. 26. Declaring
the issue in the peace treaty discus discussion
sion discussion "at last had been clearly drawn,"
President Wilson said in an address
here yesterday that the question
squarely facing the nation was wheth whether
er whether the United States would keep its
piedges to help guarantee the peace
of the world.
Of all the subject matter in the
treaty aside from the league covenant
Mr. Wilson said, the Shantung provis
ion was the only one criticised. That
objection now had been cleared away,
he continued, as had tne lesser ob
jections urged against the covenant
itself. He asserted that the whole
d:scussion now had settled down upon
the heart of the league of nations cov
enant the guarantees of article 10.
Adoption of a reservation like that
ptoposed in the Senate, he declared,
would be equivalent to rejetcion of
the treaty.
The president's declarations repeat
edly were cheered by aerowd which
packed the Denver auditorium, said
to hold more than 11.000. Previously
he had been greeted with uproarous
cheers along the line of an automo
bile route through the principaJ
streets.
The president touched briefly upon
the voting power of the British Em
pire in the Jeague assembly, saying
that objections on that score had been
"exploded" when it became known
that the British dominions "have six
votes in the assembly but the assem
bly doesn't vote."
On the final issue, as it had settled
down about the question of reserva reservations,
tions, reservations, said the president, there was no
organized opposition to the treaty
"except among the people who tried
to deefat the purpose of the govern
ment in the war."
"Hyphens," added he, while the
ciowd cheered, "are the knives being
stuck into this document."
The line had been definitely drawn
said the president, and the only ques question
tion question to be decided was whether the
United States would go into the
league or stay out.
It had been one of the purposes of
the war, Mr. Wilson said, to set up
a permanent peace guarantee. He de
clared he was "under bond especial
ly to the children of the country, to
make good the promise of such a
guarantee. He added that the next
world war would be much more ter
rible than the last, saying "I'm for
any kind of insurance against a bar
baric reversal of civilization.
'Should the United States stay ou
of the league," continued the presi
dent, "it would have to have the big
gest army in the world," and there
would have to be conscription and
heavy taxation.
A wholesome moral clearing
house" was the way the president
characterized the covenant provision
under which disturbing questions
could be brought up for discussion by
the league. That provision he said,
would make such questions "every-

Premier Nitti Fears the Fiume Situa Situation
tion Situation Will Become Too Great
for His Powers

( AHsoclated Press)
Paris, Sept. 20. Premier Nitti and
Foreign Minister Tittoni will make
declarations of their policy in the
clamber ofdeputies tomorrow and
sk for a vote of confidence in the
government, according to a Rome dis
patch to the Temps.
VILLA BIG CHIEF
Ml. Other Revolutionists in Mexico
Have Accepted Him as
Their Leader
(Associated Press')
Washington, Sept. 2G. Information
tbat all revolutionary leaders in Mex
ico, except Felix Diaz, have accepted
lancisco Villa as their chief and
daced at his disposal their men, mu
nitions and money, has reached Wash Washington
ington Washington through the Villa courier who
eft Durango about two weeks ago.
KED CROSS NOTICE
All persons knittinc socks, stock stock-4:gs,
4:gs, stock-4:gs, mufflers or 3weaters for the Red
Cross, please finish them and turn
hem in this weak at the Red Cross
leadquarters, also all wool left over
from previou&'knitting.
body's business" while hitherto inter international
national international law had meant "minding
yc-ur own business particularly when
scmething outrageous is up."
Eulogizing the labor section of the
treaty, Mr. Wilson said it would give
America an opportunity to raise labor
standards all over the world. Until
hat was done, he asserted, the full
energies of the world would not be
realized.
In his reference to reservations, the
president declared:
"When the Senate has acted, it will
be tor me to determine wnetner its
action constitutes an adoption or a re
jection."
He added that fie hoped the Senate
Aould not leave the matter in doubt,
ut would make its position unmis unmis-akable
akable unmis-akable and would put its action into
such form that it would clearly con constitute
stitute constitute a rejection or an acceptance.
FROM
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West Side of

It in Difficult However for Tittoni to
Tell What the Peace Conference
Would Do About It

(Associated Press)
Rome, Sept. 20. Foreign Minister
Tittoni declared during the meeting of
the crown council yesterday that the
peace conference would not permit
Italy to "annex Fiume because such ac action
tion action would authorize the Czecho Czechoslovaks
slovaks Czechoslovaks to occupy Teschen; the Jugo Jugoslav
slav Jugoslav to move into Klagenfurt; the
Greeks to claim Thrace and the Ru Ru-rmnians
rmnians Ru-rmnians to annex Banat.
SPARK, 4; OCALA, 3
In the game at Hunter Park Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon, the Ocala come-backs
showed they could come back, but not
juite far enough to take the game
f om the Sparr giants, who won by 4
to
It wts a very interesting game and
marked by good feeling as well as
m od playing on both sides. To tell the
truth, Ocala is rather proud of the
parr boys and the splendid work they
rave done this summer.
For Ocala, the pitching of Anderson
j-.nd the catching of Davis were al almost
most almost flawless, and had they been giv given
en given the proper support they might
1 ave won the game. That they were
r.ot helped out just right at the right
times is owing to the fact that the
Ocala team had no practice, it having
been more than two years since some
of them had participated in a game.
On the other side, Dansby and
Bishop, two o Sparr's crack players
were not present, causing, they said,
their team to drag a little. Each team
therefore had its handicap, but each
played a fine game.
The line-ups were as follows:
Ocala: Norton Davis, c; Pat Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, p; Charles Chazal, Istb; Landis
Blitch, 2nd; Chambers, 3rdb; Han Hansel
sel Hansel Leavengood, .'irdb; James Liddell,
:-s; Harris, If; John Chazal, cf; Bla Bla-lock,
lock, Bla-lock, rf.
Sparr: Denham, ss; Bishop, W., cf;
Yonge, c; LufFman, p; Madden, 3rdb;
Hooker, lstb; McAuley, If; Stevens,
if; Martin, 2ndb.
Paint your house (if it needs it).
Get ready your fall garden. We
rave new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf
SATURDAY,

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Motorists Expected Home this Eve Evening
ning Evening After a Most Enjoy Enjoyable
able Enjoyable Trip
(lakeland Telegram, 24th)
The Marion county motorcade to today
day today enjoyed a pleasant ride through

he beautiful groves and over the
xplendid roads of Polk. They reached
Luke Wales at one o'clock today, aft after
er after passing through Ioughman, Dav Davenport,
enport, Davenport, Haines City, Lake Hamilton,
Dundee and Winter Haven. They de decided
cided decided at the latter point to cross over
ic Bartow and reach Lakeland in
time to witness the ball game this
afternoon. There are forty-one visitor:-;
in the party.
(Lakeland Telegram, 25th)
The participants of the Marion
county motorcade, with their escort of
Lakeland boosters, reached here yes yes-leiday
leiday yes-leiday afternoon in time to witness
the ball game, and look over our city.
All expressed themselves as highly
pleaded with their day's drive through
our great county, and apparently will
carry away very favorable impres impressions
sions impressions of this section and its people.
Last night the visitors were enter enter-trined
trined enter-trined with a supper at the Elks' Club,
which was provided by the Lakeland
Rotary Club, the Lakeland Motor Club
and the chamber of commerce. A
special invitation had been extended
the members of our "Marion County
Colony" and most of these were pres present
ent present and -assisted in entertaining tlie
visitors.
After the meal had been enjoyed
there were a number of impromptu
and informal talks, starting with an
r.ppropriate address of welcome by
Judge W. M. Gober, which was re responded
sponded responded to by Mr. Griffin, cashier of
the Munroe & Charhbliss Bank of
Ocala. Other speakers were Col. Ed Ed-v
v Ed-v in Spencer, Mr. Christian of Mcin Mcintosh,
tosh, Mcintosh, Secretary A. J. Holworthy, Mr.
Louis Chazal, secretary of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Board of Trade, and Mr.
A. C. Blowers of Ocala. Mr. M. F.
Iietherington presided as toastmaster
and introduced the speakers.
A diversion was created when the
toastmaster called on Mr. MacKay of
Ocala, for an explanation as to Tfhy
he was so late in showing up at the
gathering. It appears that Mr. Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay was the victim of some Rotary

Here's Youiir CHiamice tto ecmiFe a

SEPTEMBER

A

Among Them Captain Hans Berg,
Commander of the German
Raider Moewe

(Associated Press)
New York, Sept. 26. Captain Hans
Btrg, commander of the famous Ger German
man German raider Moewe, was among the
more than 1500 enemy aliens, mostly
Gei mans, interned in this country
during the war, who sailed for Rot Rotterdam
terdam Rotterdam today aboard the transport
I ccahuntas.
stuff, having been taken out by Sen Senator
ator Senator Eaton to look at the latter's iron
plant, and was left there in the shad shadows
ows shadows of the big building, with no com company
pany company except castings, patterns and
ether ghostly shapes, Mr. Eaton hav having
ing having excused himself on some plausible
I retext. The watchman of the prem premises
ises premises came along about this time and
placed Mr. MacKay under arrest as a
suspicious character. The officer told
the victim that he would take him
either to jail or to Mr. Eaton's home.
Mr. MacKay claims that he promptly
elected to g to jail. After the joke
had been carried far enough, Mr.
Eaton reappeared on the scene and
bi ought Mr. MacKay to town. Mr.
Eaton was willed upon for his version
of the affair, and the conflicting sto stories
ries stories created much amusement; but
through it all the fact stood out with
great prominence that Mr. MacKay is
a good sport, and can take a joke
nicely.
The travelers went on to Tampa
this morning, and from thence will
proceed to St. Petersburg. They were
a fine, intelligent, splendid-looking
body of people and Lakeland and Polk
county were delighted to have them
ab guests.
(Tampa Times, 25th)
The Marion county motorcade
reached Tampa this morning about 10
o'clock and proceeded to Pinellas
county, to return here for the night,
before starting on the return trip. As
far as could be learned no delegation
from Tampa met the motorcade and
ro entertainment was furnished.
Through the local board of trade
several effoits were made to ascertain
the plans of the motorcade in advanc
in order that some attention could be
shown by Tampa. T. Ed. Bryan was
VV

27ffll TO SATURDAY, OCTOBER i

E

9

Railway Men Unlfsa They
Government Make Terms
Immediately
and
(Associated Press)
London, Sept. 26.: National Union
Railway men expressed confidence
that an order for a general strike
would be unnecessary as a result of
today's conference with Premier Lloyd
George and other members of the
cabinet. Union leaders said arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for the strike had not been
altered and if action is necessary the
men will be called out in a body at
midnight tonight.
STRIKE ORDERED
Later: The conference between the
railroad men's representatives and
the government for adjustment of
differences on the wage question to today
day today resulted in failure and a strike on
the railroads was ordered, effective at
midnight tonight.
MAN HUNT IN MOROCCO
Spanish Troops Hunting Our Old
Friend Raisuli, Who Has Taken
to the Tall Sticks
(Associated Press)
Tangier, Morocco. Sepl. 26. Trav Travelers
elers Travelers from the interior bring accounts
of the beginning of military opera operations
tions operations by Spanish troops against the
bandit Raisuli. Refugees from the
area of hostilities are flocking into
the international zone.
DON HARDEE DEAD
Atlanta, Sept. 25. Judge Don A.
Hardee, senior judge of the fifth cir circuit
cuit circuit of the United States court of ap appeals,
peals, appeals, died at his home here today as
the result of an attack of acute indi indigestion.
gestion. indigestion. Judge Hardee was 82 years
of age.
appointed a committee to handle the
matter but was unable to get a reply
to any of his letters. No reservations
were made at any of the local hotels
for the party tonight, as far as could
be learned.
Paint your house and your neighbor
will probably do likewise.
HBmiy Now

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Gcmpers, in Testimony Before Senate
Committer, Caters to Radical
Element

(Assoclaled Press)
Washington, Sept. 26. The right
of employes to have some voice in
determining the conditions under
which they work, is the paramount
issue in the steel strike, Samuel
Gompers, president of the American
Federation of Labor, told the Senate
investigating committee today. Ap-.
pearing as a witness for labor, Gomp Gompers
ers Gompers was first asked to define the issue
in the controversy.
QUIET AT PITTSBURG
Pittsburg, Sept. 26. The steel
strike situation in the Pittsburg dis district
trict district showed little change today, with
quiet reigning. Employers continue
to report men returning to work daily,
while union leaders declare the walk walkout
out walkout is becoming more effective, with
additional men joining the strikers
ei.ch day.
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
Just in, a fresh shipment of real
imported Olive Oil. Pints and half
pints, at Gerig's Drug Store.
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OCALA EVENING STAB, r RIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1919

OCA LA EVEIIIIIG STAR

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OF OCALA, FLA.

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enough to float a ship. Senator Flet Fletcher
cher Fletcher continues his work for the Ok-

lawaha, and we regret that he has so

l'.ttle help from Ocala, to which this

improvement is vital. If th Okla-

waha and Withlacoochee are imnrov-;

ed, they will together make a splendid!

system of barge canals for Central

Florida, and we doubt that anything
would do more to promote interior development.

A STRAIGHT RECORD

i.s mostly made up of highly paid ; TEMPLE ATTRACTIONS
workmen, who stayed at home and j
made good wages during the war, and! Today, Sept. 20th: Tom Moore in
r.rr raising hell for more wages now. jOne of the Finest," and Hearst
i Afews.
One of our town's most skillful j Saturday, Sept. 27: Se?sue Haya Haya-vr.iirnr
vr.iirnr Haya-vr.iirnr autnUrc k- tiP 5?tr whv :awa in "His Debt," and Sunshine

since it is kicking on speeding and i0'1516"- I
cutouts, it doesn't make complaint Monday, Sept. 29: Violet Palmer inj

about various prominent citizens an- j "C.ngerf and L-Ko comedy,
choiing their cars on the wrong sides! Tuesday, Sept. 30: Constance Tal-

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Electros must be mounted, or charge

Paderewski says Germany is pre preparing
paring preparing to reconquer Poland, and he is

probably right.

The Star continues to think that

Herbert Hoover is the best man for

president of the United States

Mr. Wilson has cut short his swing
around the circle but he had already

answered every argument brought

against the treaty of peace.
Many people praise Gompers as

"sale man. lie surely believes in
playing safe. He does not oppose the

labor radicals enough to imperil his

office nor himself.

Chicago has won the American

League pennant by defeating St

Louis, so Chicago and Cincinnati, be
ginning Oct. 1st, will contend for su

premacy in the World Series.

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p.bly the most useful and influential
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during thirty years it has been edited
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influence by a man.
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weeds on the premises. You'll possib possibly
ly possibly not notice the difference any more
than your next door neighbor will,
and the effect may be that he'll go and
do likewise.

Congressman Clark is progressing
isith his work in Congress of having
the Florida ship canal via the St.
Marys and Suwanee rivers favorably
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-the help of Senator Fletcher in the
Senate. It is the only route practical
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A few days ago, the Palm Beach

Post printed a long article in praise
of Adjutant General Catts. It told
how he was elected to the command

of a national guard company, how his
election displeased certain politicians,
who tried to have him displaced, how
when he could not maintain his posi position
tion position for need of training and was dis discharged,
charged, discharged, he went back in the army
a a private, was promoted to second
lieutenant, went to France, was pro

moted again, and became assistant

provost general at Coblenz, and final finally
ly finally dilated on his merit receiving its
just reward in his appointment to the
office of adjutant general. There is
no doubt that Sidney Catts Jr. is a

plucky young man and a good soldier,
and the Post can find plenty of good

to say about him without distorting

the facts, but here they are officially:
Lieut. Catts was never elected cap

tain of a national guard company. He

was appointed to the command by

Adjutant General Christian, in de

fence of the well established custom

that national guard companies should

elect their own officers. His appoint

ment did not "displease certain poli-

t'cians." It displeased the members

of the company, who had selected an
ether man captain, and at their re

quest and the request of their parents,

who were his constituents, Congress

man Clark tried to have the appoint appointment
ment appointment annulled. He failed but sub

sequent events showed he was right.
"Young Catts was at Fort McPherson
officers' training camp, where a bunch

of Ocala young men won commis

sions, and had he stayed would prob probably
ably probably have won his commission also,
and had no more trouble. But he re

signed when half thru, came home to
the comiriand given him by his

father's orders, and consequently J
when the weeding out process of or or-f.cers
f.cers or-f.cers began, h was one of those to
be pulled. He was, we are informed,
offered the position of adjutant gen general
eral general by his father at that time, and
if he hadn't had real spunk he would
have accepted it. But he went back
in the army as a private and was soon
promoted to a second lieutenancy, but
he did not go any higher. He reached
France eight days before. the armis armistice
tice armistice was signed, and it is not likely
that he was ever under fire tho that
vas not his fault. There is no such

office as assistant provost general.

While at Coblenz, Lieut. Catts was a

company officer in the Third Army

military police battalion. We daresay

he did his full duty and faithfully, but

he was not further promoted and left
the army as a second lieutenant. As

for bragging on him because his
father appointed him adjutant gen general,
eral, general, that is ridiculous. We believe

that he is trying to do good work as
adjutant general and is trying to re reorganize
organize reorganize the national guard of the
slate; and if he does not succeed it
will be more because of distrust of his
father than of him. We have con consulted
sulted consulted officers who were in the old na national
tional national guard, who served well in the
great battles in France, and they ex express
press express a disinclination to help reorgan reorganize
ize reorganize the guard .because they do not
know what the governor would do. As
cne of them, who has a brilliant rec record
ord record for service says: "I would not feel
justified in asking any man to join the
organization and place himself in a
position where he would as likely as
not be ordered to do something direct directly
ly directly contrary to law, and be punished
if he did not do it, or on the other
hand, if he did something in the dis discharge
charge discharge of his duty which was entirely
lawful, but which did not further the
personal interests of the governor,
even tho he himself has ordered it,
would be disavowed by the governor
and the soldier left to bear the blame
and possibly take punishment."
We see by an interview with him
printed in the Times-Union that Ad Adjutant
jutant Adjutant General Catts says there is a
great deal of work at present in his
office, and that he is going to do his
best to reorganize the state troops.
We think the state should have a na national
tional national guard force as soon as possible,
and if we can help the young officer- in
any way we will be glad to do so. In
a little over a year the term of Gov.
Catts will come to an end, and the
people will probably elect a man who
will use the military arm of the state
with discretion.

of the streets. The Star doesn't up uphold
hold uphold any violation of law. It's none
of its business to act the informer,
but it is of the opinion that if the
police rambled all around over the city
any one night it could find enough
cars parked on the wrong side of
.streets to pay fines enough to repaint
the city hall.

Irternatio.ial News.

NOTICE

Finding that his daughter had been
wronged, T. B. Figueredo, an em employee
ployee employee of a Tampa cigar factory,
emptied a gun into the body of the

man at fault, mortally wounding him.
The example he set should be widely

imitated. The seducer and the adult adult-e;er
e;er adult-e;er deserve death as fully as the

rapist.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

KAILS Six line maximum, one
time, 25c.; three times, 50c; six times
75c: one month $3. Payable in ad

vance.

FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and sell
second hand furniture. Experts put it

in good condition before re-selling.

Repair sewing machines, lawn mow

ers, enamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter,

310, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf

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

Smoak's Wood Yard. 15-tf

WANTED Your order
grade office stationery.

Office.

for high

Star Job

26-tf

The city council will receive bids at

r gular meeting October 7th for sale

of brick at the old water tower lot,
approximately 100,000.

22 -6t H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.

.MOSQUITO LEAVES

TRAIL OF DISEASE

J. H. Spencer VV. R. Pedrlclt
THE OCALA GAS ENGINE WORKS
Local Agents for the Old Reliable
MJICK AUTOMMILE

Scientists Show Danger In Its Bite
The whole country is infested with

mosquitoes. The Government Health

Service and every other agency known
to man is being used to exterminate

them. Once they were looked upon as
aii annoyance only: scientists now

Know that they leave in their wake

deadly disease germs, especially Ma

laria. Those who are in a position
to know, vouch for the fact that they

have been the cause of more diseases
and death than all the wars from the
beginning of time.
Mosquitoes will probably never be
ey terminated. We can, however, by
proper screening and spraying of our

homes daily with TORMENT, rid our!

household of them.
TORMENT is a gaseous vapor in
which no insect can live. Sold by
druggists, general stores and dealers
everywhere. The price is 25 cents per
bottle; do not pay more. The G. B.
Williams Co., Quitman, Ga. Adv. 4

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.

GASOLINE

OILS

GREASE

W4MRKS

SPENCER & PEDRICK, Proprietors.
" When Better Automobiles Are Built buick Will Build Them
Ocklawaha Avenucjand OsccolaiSt. Ocala, Florida

Advertise in the Weekly Star.

FOR SALE Two one-year-old regi-

istered pointer puppies. Apply to R.
L. Lytle, Weirsdale, Fla. 25-6t

FORDS FOR SALE One almost
brand new touring Ford and three
other good ones, at bargains. Apply
to the Maxwell Agency, Yonge block,
Ocala, Fla. 25-6t

FOR RENT Two furnished bed bedrooms.
rooms. bedrooms. Call phone 238, or call at No.
34 North Sanchez St. 23-6t

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

The report that Secretary Daniels
has it in for Rear Admiral Sims
seems confirmed. Sims admittedly
showed more administrative ability
than any other American naval officer
during the. war, but our government,
guided of course by Daniels, has
shown him less appreciation than
either Great Britain or France. When
Admiral Benson was retired by age
from the head of the naval staff, it
was taken for granted that Sims
should have the office. Instead, Dan Daniels
iels Daniels has appointed Admiral Coontz,
only lately promoted from a captaincy
and who was never heard of during
the war. Daniels is naturally a small
man and even the war couldn't make
him great.

FOR SALEJ 19U 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 seenat 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
Pvoadway. Mrs. W. M. McDowell. 22tf

FOR SALE Gold fish. Apply at fire
station until October 1st. 20-6t
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
FOR SALE CHEAP Model K Hup Hup-mobile
mobile Hup-mobile in first class condition. For
demonstration see Collier Brothers,
Ocala, Fla. 18-tf

Small want ads. will sell bis: things.

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FLORIDA MOUSE
GARAGE
We are equipped
for work on
all makes of
automobiles.

Attorney General Swearingen tried
to obtain some votes by saying to the
radical element, "Who furnished the
boys for the war? The laboring peo people."
ple." people." But it appears from what Gov.
Catts says elsewhere that Mr. Swear Swearingen
ingen Swearingen didn't furnish any boys to the
Tfar.

FIRST CLASS WORK
GUARANTEED AT
REASONABLE PRICES

FLORIDA HOUSE

In an article elsewhere, Gov. Catts
tries to defend himself against the
charge of nepotism by saying mem members
bers members of hi cabinet have their rela relations
tions relations in office. Seems to us that the
gov simply shows "other people up
without excusing himeslf
Van Swearingen seems tcr have de decided
cided decided to be the champion of the
classes. And the class he represents

GA

AGE

Phone 133

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

The Star is an advertising medium thru which you can reach Ocala people-

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 this season a pretty
line of
Waists
in Silks, Georgette, Crepe de
Chene, and other popular
weaves, all colors and sizes,

for

$2.75

and
upward

An elegant line of
Skirts
in Silk, Poplin and the new
plaids, at
$5.00 upward

MILLINERY

Let us furnish you a Ready-to-Wear Hat and save from $3 to $5. We bought
3000 weeks ago and sell them at prices below what other merchants pay for them.

New I Sno funfc At Old

Good!? AJUUICO ItUClia Prirrc

Prices

DRESSES
In all the late models, made
from the best Silk, Poplins, Serge,
Jerseys and Tricolette, at

CiA OH and

PIU.UU u

pvvard

Children's
SCHOOL DRESSES and
MIDDY SUITS
cheaper than you. can buy
the material and make them.

Big line of
SCHOOL SHOES
for Boys and Girls at money
saving prices.

A Big Line of
MEN'S SUITS
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 S30.

All of our
BOYS' SUITS
are new ones. They are made up in the late mod models,
els, models, 2Y2 to 20, and we do not chage extra for the
larger sizes, all the latest weaves, at the Old Prices.

Remember, Cash is Our Motto which Enables Us to Divide profits with You

J. Malever H

Proprietor

Ocala, Florida

(EEdQd

Two Stores
Wesl of Coarthonse
Ocala, Florida

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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1919

OCALA

fcod products. While in Ocala, Prof.
Merrill was entertained by Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Knight.
Yesterday morning at the high
school, Prof. J. H. Brinson presented
with fitting remarks a bequest to the

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you have an sccietv items for
.Star, plc-ase p'iotv.- nvt-two-three.

r. ai:l Mrs.
In'- o?r th.

I school from Mrs. Fanny Anthony, who
Clyde Moxk-y are re-; ,,f.Pntlv ft r-ala tn mal-P her home

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RANK

u nival of a line baby

I i-s Jos-iyn Smith left yesterday
liiimingharn wheie she will be
zuot of relatives for a week.

If You Don't Believe That
We Have the Finest
Selection of Candies
Ail Kinds that can be found in this vicinity vicinity-Just
Just vicinity-Just Come In aud Sec for Yourself
We have Candy of all kinds, except the poor
kinds, and your candy requirements can be
met here, regardless of your taste.

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The Star ii not interested in

.aiiitui-.r pr.int shop, but

any

paint up!

Uoy and Hurt Newman expect to
leave next week to enter the Monte Monte-ide
ide Monte-ide Industrial School on Lake Apop-ka.

Mr. G. S. Scott is expected to re return
turn return to Ocala tomorrow from Birm Birmingham,
ingham, Birmingham, where he has been visiting
his son. Dr. E. L. Scott the past week.

Miss Ella Mae Rivers, who has been
visiting her mother in Ocala, has re returned
turned returned to Jacksonville, where she
assists in her father's lumber business.

with her daughter in Texas. This be

quest is a collection of Florida curios
which Mrs. Anthony had spent some
years in collecting, and consists of
rattlesnake and alligator skins, and
one fine specimen of taxidermy, an
alligator three feet long. The collec collection
tion collection also contains a large sized piece

of coral with sponge attached, some
'turtle shells and two magnificent UaI

conch shells. Mrs. Anthony's gift in includes
cludes includes also a fine Webster's Un Unabridged
abridged Unabridged Dictionary. In behalf of the
school, this bequest was accepted by
Prof. Hensley in a short speech of
thanks. The school is again indebted
this year to 'Mr. Louis Lang for the
use of his victrola, which is of great
assistance in the music department in
the study of musical appreciation.

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The Fashion Genter
Ocala, Florida.

Prof. F. H. Merrill, formerly of the
Georgia Normal College at Athens,
now sent out by' the agricultural de department
partment department of the government, gave an
inweiesting lecture at the high school
one day this week on the subject of

II 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 family
ily family ever had.

Ocala Ice & PacMitcf Co.

THE MAN WHO
HAS ONE
FIRE Experience
Is Invariably
A Staunch Advocate
of
FIRE INSURANCE
EVER AFTER!
"What you learn to your cost,
you remember long."
L. T. IZLAR
Ocala, Florida.

At the Temple today will appear
Tom Moore in "One of the Finest."
Tom Moore, who is a very popular
screen star, says he is older than he
looks. He was born in Ireland and
has a small daughter, Alice Mary
Moore, whose services he has refused
tempting offers for as a motion pic picture
ture picture actress. He dislikes anything

rhowy and usually wears dark blue

cravats and dark clothes. He detests
screen vampires because, he contends,
they don't exist in real life. "One of
the Finest" is an interesting story of
the logical union of two young people
of high ideals who happened to be
reared in diffeernt environments. The
International News is on today's bill
a? so.

Distinctive New Fall
Fashions

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We have a few Bathing Caps, just
in from New York, 35 cents to one
dollar each, a Gerig's Drug Store.

Miss 'Marcella McLean left on the

afternoon train today for Jackson

ville, where she will teach in one of

the Springfield schools the coming

term. Miss McLean has been teach-

ingyne division of the third grade in
the primary school in Ocala, which

now nas Miss lViabei Mertert as in

structor.

Take a look at your residence and

see if a coat of new paint wouldn't
help its appearance about 99 per
cent. Of course you are to be the
sole judge of the matter.
Miss Katie Mae Eagleton, who is
teaching, domestic science at Inver Inverness,
ness, Inverness, is expected in Ocala today to
spend the week-end with her uncle
and aunt, Mr. E. L. Parr and Miss
May Parr.
It kills the bedbugs, and destroys
all the eggs as well in fact, it exter exterminates
minates exterminates the whole breed wherever
you apply it BEDBUG DOOM. It
s for sale only at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. 19-tf

The discriminating style critic will readily recognize the artistic tailor tailor-craft
craft tailor-craft emphasized in the fashioning of FRANK'S Autumn Apparel.
For Women and Misses
The new modes in Suits, Gowns, Coats and Wraps for Fall season em em-body
body em-body every style feature to satisfy the decrees of Fashion.

Street and Afternoon Dresses 1 7 Rf)
of Tricotine, Satin, Taffeta'and
Georgette Crepe, in one piece, tOv
tunic and draped models, some
with the new new Net Lace $79,50
vestees and collars

Look the list over. You can save money on
this sale. Don't put off getting your order in.
Some of the items are a mighty good buy, and
the goods wont last long.
Prices are good for
. FRIDAY 26TH SATURDAY 27TH
MONDAY 29TH TUESDAY 30TH
Don't Ask Us to Charge Goods at These Prices
White Bacon per pound $ -30
Lard Compound per pound 25
ideal Flour ( one of our best) 12 pounds .90
Ideal Flour (one of our best ) 24 pounds 1.80
Snowdrift Lard large buckets 2.60
Snowdrift Lard medium buckets 1.30

SOAP

Crystal White Soap 8
cake for..

c.

P. & G. Naptha Soap 10 c.
cakes for

7c

8c

Armour's Woodchuck
Soap 5 c, cakes for 3
Rub-No-More Soap 7 cent
cakes for. 5lz

Robin Hood Pure Fruit Jam, 40c value..
Flavors: Raspberry, Strawberry, Blackberry, 1'each-and Pineapple

35c

Morris & Company's Suppreme Evap. Milk, Small tins 8 cent
value.. ---
Wilson & Company's Certified Evap. Milk, tall tins 18 cent
value.
U. S. Government Extra Standard Corn, Number 2 tins 25
cent value
U. S. Government Cuf Stringless Beans, Number 2 tins 25 cent
value
Morris & Company's Cooked Brains, Number 2 tins 35 cent
value.-.--. - '. 1 r

06c

15c

15c

15c

28c

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Distinctively Smart Suits

$18.50

Fur Trimmed and Plain Tail Tailored
ored Tailored of irresistible charm in
Tricotine, Silvertone Broad Broadcloth,
cloth, Broadcloth, Serge. All surprisingly
tailored, the season's most pro prominent
minent prominent shades, in all sizes from
16 to 44, also Stouts

to

$79.50

Women's and Misses Coats

The Autumn Innovations are pleasing in

the artistic trertment of Fur Trimming
which adds to the beautiful material a suggestion of

warmth and luxury quite out of the ordinary T nn 4- (M O A C A
New Fabrics and Shades. tpll .bU LO i)lZ4.C)U

Mr. Gardner Wetherbee Russell of

Concord, Mass., arrived in Ocala last

night to be the guest of his cousins,

Misses Wynona and Elizabeth Weth

erbee for a brief visit before entering
an eastern college.

Mrs. M. H. Temple and Mrs. Con

nolly of Ocala will arrive today and be j

the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. P.

Beville on a fish fry and picnic at

Earlton Beach today. Gainesville

Sun.

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Get ready your fafc warden. We

have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf

Mrs. Arthur Clark and little son,

Arthur Jr., left today for their home

in Jacksonville, after having spent

ten days with Ocala relatives.

The prayer meeting of the W. M. U.

will be held this afternoon at the res

idence of Mrs. J. L. Edwards, with

Mrs. J. Y. Purvis as leader.

RAILROAD SCHEDULES

Arrival and DeDarture of passenger

trains at OCALA UNION STATION.

The following schedule fisrures pub

lished as information and not guar

anteed.

(Eastern Standard Time)

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Leave ArriT
!:2i)am Jacksonville-New York 2:10 am

1:55 pm Jacksonville pm

4:05 pm Jacksonville pm
2:15 am Tampa-Manatee-

St. Petersburg? z:iaam

1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee pm

4:25 pm Tumpa-St. Petersburg; 4:oapm

Mrs. Allen Mathews and infant son

ot uoiumnus, ua.. wno nave Deen me

guests of Mrs. H. C. Cameron and

Mrs. N. T. Mitchell, have returned to Arr. .ITIrrAicTiiut n Aim ft in

their home, accompanied by Mrs. Ida 1 1AW lit v d i mm tuw

MatViPws. Leave Arrive

. 2:2pm J'cksonvllie-wew ior :nn.

r j at xxr rxr of.,vi; 1 1 :45 pm. J'ksonville-O'lnesville 2:35 pm.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stripling and 5:42a;m. j'ksonville-a'.nesvlll 10:12 pm.

daughter. Miss Ellen Stripling, ex- U:15am. St. Pet'brgr-Lakeland 2:12 a&L

rect to motor to DeLand Sunday for 3:35 pm St. Pefsburgr-Lkeiana i:z&pm
1 : i. nc o.-:i: xcM 7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wilcox

a vibi iuis. ouWO aio.Ci, 7f40jlin Du'nellon-L'keUttd 11:01pm

vampDeu.

. Mrs. W. H. Marsh, who has enjoyed

a delightful visit to Mrs. Mamie Fox

in St. Petersburg, and Mrs. J. G. Lur Lur-vey
vey Lur-vey in Tampa, returned to Ocala yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. FORDS FOR SALE

1:25 pm
1:42 am.

5:25 pm. Homosaasa

10:13 pm. ieesours:

I 45 pm. Gainesville 11:10 am

Monday, Wednesday, Frlaay.
TuMday. Thursday, Saturday.

NOTICE of ANIMALS IMPOUNDED

GOTO
B. G L P M A N 9 3
FOR
CoffiDS and Caskets,
Furniture, Etc.
Day Phone 253 Night Phone 511
L. HURST, MANAGER
Opposite Court House. Ocala Fla.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MORE"

HDDS SALE

To Whom It May Concern:

This is to certify that I have this

One almost brand new touring Ford ay placed in the city pound the fol-

and three other good ones, at bar- lowing described animals, which have
gains. Apply to the Maxwell Agency, been found running at large within

NAVY BEANS, hand picked, worth 15c. Ib. for 10c

Yonge Block, Ocala, Fla. 25-6t

NOTICi: OF SHERIFF'S SALE

Notice i herebi given that under

and by virtue of an execution issued
out of and under the seal of the cir

cuit court of the nfth judicial circuit

of the .-tate of Florida, in and for Mar

ion county, of date September 5th. 1919,
in a certain cau-e lately pending: in
said court in whicn The American Ag-

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- - : 16 and 174

the corporate limits of the city of

Ocala, contrary to the ordinances of

said city:

Two hogs, one marked crop and

hole in each one; one marked crop and

snlit in one ear and crop and two

spits in other.

The owners thereof, or their agents,

ar.H nil whom it mav concern, are

ricuuurai Lnmi;di umpaujr, tui- j .4 i

I. oration organized and esfsting under nereoy nouueu uiai u mc buuums

the laws of the .-tate ot Florida, was

niaintiff. and J. W. Johnson was de

fendanr. I have levied upon and will
11 at public outcry at the south door

f the Marion county court nouse. in

rcala. Marion jounty. Florida, on
October Oth 191V,

between the hours of 11 o'clock In the

forenoon and o'clock in the after

noon, all of the rii?ht. title and interest
of .aid J. W. Johnson in and to that
certain i:ase executed by and between
--i-id J. V. Johnson and James S. Har Harvey,
vey, Harvey, .-aid lease being recorded in the

public records of Marion county. Flor

ida, in tue office of the clerk th&reof,
in deed book 167 at page 175 et seque.

thereof. Also all of the right, title and
interest of aid J. W. Johnson in and
to the following lands, which are de described
scribed described in said lease, which said J. V.

Johnson may have m said lands, by. vir

tue of said lease or otherwise, to-wit:
The east half of the northwest quar quarter
ter quarter and the north half of the southwest
quarter of section thirty, township
thirteen south, range twenty-two east;
also the northeast quarter of the
southeast quarter of section twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five township thirteen south, range
twenty-one east. Said lands lying and
be.ng in .Marion county, state of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. J. P. GALLOWAY.
Sheriff of Marion County, Florida,
F. R. HOCKRR,
Plaintiff's Attorney. S-5-frl

not claimed and all expenses of taking

and impounding thereof are not paid

within three days from date hereof,

to-wit: On the 29th day of September,
1M9, I will sell the same to the high highest
est highest and best bidder, said sale to take
j lace between the hours of 11 a. m.
and 3 p. m. on said day at the city
pound in Ocala, Florida.
S. C. M. Thomas,
Marshal City of Ocala.
C. A. Holloway, Impounder. It
BEAN SEED

One Buick, Light Six Touring
One Dodge, Touring
One Small Chevrolet, Touring
One Ford, Touring

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We have bean seed for fall plant
ing; Wad well Kidney Wax at $10 per
bushel; green beans at $9 per bushel.
14-tf Ocain Seed Store.

W. H. Lane, M. D Physician and

Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and

Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,

Florida. tf

Resident Manager
lIjrQlria.iaJ To Handle This Territory
V V anted With Headquarters in his Town
LO -ARGE
Manufacturing company wants an ambi ambitious,
tious, ambitious, determined man with a little capital who
is able to promote sales and direct salesmen.
A permanent profitable business.
Address THE NU-EX CO., Columhus, Ohio

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OCALA VEXING STAR, 1 RIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1919

"5 LATEST LOCALS
FEDERAL BAKERY
CHANGES HANDS
Valley railroad before it changed
ownership.
Mr. Clark will remain with the Fed Federal
eral Federal people and will probably take
chafge of their establishment in
Gainesville.
The corporation which has taken
ever the Ocala plant has secured op options
tions options with the Federal System for all
the towns of 5000 population and over
in the states of Florida, Georgia and
South Carolina.
Mr. Moore has not yet decided just
what line of business he will enter,
but says after a few weeks' vacation
he will embark in some enterprise in
Ocala, as he considers it the best in inland
land inland business town in the state.
The new concern will take charge
of the business here Monday morning.
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47. 104. ZQ
OCALA. FLORIDA
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The regular semi-monthly meeting
of the Woodmen tonight will be an im important
portant important one, and all members should
attend.
The Federal Bakery, opened some
six weeks ago in the Ocala House
h.ock by Messrs. John T. Moore and
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EMBALrlERS
AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
No rharr for delivery of casket anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JR.,
Licensed Embalmers
Office Phone 10 Night Phones 225 or 423
Howard Clark, has been disposed of to
?thc One of every five chil-5!:S-.iv
dren has defective eye-
the Federal Svstem of Bakeries of the
Mrs. Adelbert Leigh Acker and
South, with headquarters in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. 'S s,Snt Your child may be
DR. G. A. EDMISTON
Veterinary. Physician and Surgeon
Phone 38 M
Ocala - Florida
r retty baby daughter, Miss Virginia,
that one
Lack of proper
will seriously
n re expected from New York Monday,
The Ocala branch will be in charge
T.wv glasses
for a visit to Mrs. Ackers parents,
of Mr. S. P. Hollinrake, who returned
handicap your child.
DR. K. J. WEIIIE,
Eyesight Specialist
Optometrist and Optician.
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk.
a few months ago from Y M. C. A.
fc&rvice in France, and who for years
was superintendent of the Oklawaha
Cara Nome
Powder. Ask
Drug Store.
the exquisite
to see it at
Talcum
Gerig's

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Give
the Children
Comfortable
Beds During

arm Weather

W

In our stock of IRON BEDS will be found a
pretty line of CRIBS for the smaller children. The
corner posts are sufficiently high to hang a canopy
on when it is necessary to keep off marauding in insects.
sects. insects. Also a pretty lin of small size Rockers
and dining chairs, Go-Carts, High Chairs and other
articles dear to the heart of the little ones. Call
and look them over.
THUS EWUffiS

N. Magnolia St

Ocala, Florida

SAVE MONEY ON MEAT
We always handle the best fresh meat to be
had and our prices are always the lowest.

.25c. Best Pork Chops 35c.
.30c I Pork Sausage 25c.

Round Steak
Loin Steak

SteW Meat ..15c.

Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc.
NEW YORK MEAT MARKET

FREE DELIVERY

WEST BROADWAY

PHONE 110

Products that
, Packers Sell
Their Number Grossly Exaggerated
The Federal Trade Commission has
published a list of some 640 articles
said to be sold by the packers.
This list is ridiculously padded in
order to scare people into the belief
that the packers are getting control of
the food supply" of the nation.
For example, the list includes not
only "beef sides" and "beef cuts," but
also over 60 other items of beef pro products
ducts products and by-products.
Over 90 articles listed are not sold
to the outside trade but are raw mate materials
rials materials and supplies, such as brick, cement,
etc., used by Swift & Company in car carrying
rying carrying on its business.
Glaring duplications appear, such as
"sardines" and "canned sardines"; "but "but-terine"
terine" "but-terine" and "oleomargarine"; "dried
sausages" and "dry sausage," etc.
The list includes 37 kinds of sausage;
4 different kinds or preparations of
beef tongue, etc., etc.
Simmered down, Swift & Company
handles in addition to meats and meat
by-products, only butter, eggs, cheese,
poultry, canned goods, lard substitutes,
and to a very small extent, dried and
salt fish. And the .proportion which
we handle of the total supply of any
one of ihese fs absurdly small.
Do you want to be fooled by such
misleading and ridiculous statements
of the Trade Commission? Do you

want radical legislation based on such

absurd evidence?

FLORIDA STATE, FAIR
JACKSONVILLE
November 22-29

Swift & Company, U. S. A.

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THIS SHOWS

WHAT GEC0MES OF

THE AVERAGE DOLLAR

RECEIVED BY

SWIFT & COMPANY

from the sale of meat
and by products
s cents is paid for the
uvc animal
lt.6 CENTS fOJ LABOR
EXPENSES AND FREIGHT

2.04 CENTS REMAINS

WITH

SVWT& COMPANY

AS FRO FIT

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The Star acknowledges a New Year

card from Mr. B. Goldman and fam

ily. Thursday was the Jewish New

ear, and they honor it more than

the Christians do theirs.

The Daughters of the Confederacy

will- celebrate Marianna Day and

g three quilts to the old soldiers'!

fit
enllaninily9 We Tmmstl Ytui j

in

heme in Jacksonville and placing

n arkers on veterans' graves that are

unmarked.

Messrs. J. H. Clark of Martel. T. F.

Stewman of Lowell, H. L. bhearer of ;

1 1 1 1 I Ct- V, r. t I

r,jirr nil nfominent Woodmen in I iV

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their respective camps, were in town

today conferring with officers of Fort J

riingTii regard to ine an airs ui uie i

order.

The firemen had to answer calls

la.st night and at noon today. The

alarm last night was sent in from Mr.

S C. M. Thomas' home, where a slight
blaze was immediately put out. The

fire today was at a house in North

Ocala, where the roof was in a blaze

when the alarm was sent in, and the

neighbors thought the house would go.

But the firemen were on hand promt-

ly and soon extinguished the .blaze,

v hich had time to do but little harm.

Carroll Fraser, after more than two

years in the navy, making eighteen

tians-Atlantic voyages and winning j
promotion to the grade of chief yeo

man, has been given his discharge and

is home, to the great joy of his rela

tives and friends.

A colored woman, Stella Meadows,

was drowned in the Oklawaha river

test night. She and her husband,

Pearl Meadows, both from Tampa,

vere visiting friends and went out the

river to hsh. The boat overturned

and the wife was drowned, tho her

husband escaped. The body was found

this morning, and was taken in

charge by the colored undertaker,

Bonner, who prepared the remains for

tneir return to Tampa, accompanied

by the sorrowing husband.

PURCHASER MUST PAY

War Tax on Wearing Apparel, Ice
Cream, Etc.
Jacksonville, Sept. 26. Complaint
has been made to Collector of Internal
Revenue Jamee M. Cathcart, that
merchants throughout the district of
Florida are failing to comply with
the law regarding the collection of
v.ar tax fromthe purchaser, that they
are absorbing the. tax themselves.
This method is in direct violation of
the law and is covered by the follow following:
ing: following: Article 2 of the Regulations
"The law imposes the tax upon the

purchaser. It is to be collected from
by the dealer, who must repay it to
the collector of internal revenue as
provided in Article 4."
Theseregulations must be com complied
plied complied with otherwise, dealers lay
themselves liable to a penalty of not
niore than $1000.
GARAGE CHANGES HANDS

The auto garage owned and ope operated
rated operated for some months by Mr. Mar Marshall
shall Marshall Bouvier at the corner of Fort
King avenue and South Magnolia
street was sold yesterday afternoon
to Messrs. A. J. Baxter and S. M.
Grubbs, who took active charge of the
business this morning.
Mr. Baxter has for some years been
connected with the mechanical depart department
ment department of the Oklawaha Valley rail railroad
road railroad at Fort McCoy, and is a thorough
mechanic not only on steam engines
but on gasoline and electrically driv driven
en driven vehicles. He will have charge of
the mechanical department of the new

fum, which expects in a very few

days expects to have a full crew of
experts for all kinds of automobile
repairing, including painting.
Mr. Grubbs is well known in Ocala,
having for a number of years been
connected with the sheriff's office. He
will have charge of the office end of
the business.
It is the intention of Messrs. Bax Baxter
ter Baxter and Grubbs to take on the Ocala
agency of a popular car, besides buy buying
ing buying for re-sale second-hand cars.
While Mr. Bouvier has not definite definitely
ly definitely decided as to his future business
connections, he states that he will re remain
main remain in Oqala.
MEETINGS AT SUMMERFIELD

Rev. Grant, evangelist, is engaged
at Summerfield in a tent meeting, eve eve-r
r eve-r night except Monday, at 9 p. m.
federal time, 8 p. m. Ocala time; Sun Sundays
days Sundays 11 a. m., 3 p. m. and 8 p. m. Sub Subject
ject Subject this Saturday night, "Husband
and Wife."
Ocala people specially invited. He
will be in Summerfield three weeks.

A BED RENOVATOR

Is now here, located in the Chace
building, Oklawaha avenue and Or

ange street. Phone 112. J. E. Drew, tf

BEAN SEED

We have bean seed for fall plant

ing; Wad well Kidney Wax at $10 per

bushel; green beans at $9 per bushel.

14-tf Ocalu Seed Store.

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

Florida. tf

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Come here and take advantage of our popular new improed easy payment plan. Anybody who
stands well with his frier.ds 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 ns 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 less money?

Menn9 mmtl

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

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

22-50 UP

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

Women's and Misses'
Street and Afternoon
PRESSES

In thrilling sty 16 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,

16.50 up

Ladies'
Fall and Winter

C(Q)A

In all the newest
shades, cloths
and colors, at

20.00
and up

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

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AS GOOD
AS YOUR
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EXCEPTIONAL VALUE IN
FALL MILLINERY
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