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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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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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EVENING

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Weather forecast : Probably, show showers
ers showers tonight and Tuesday, central and
south; generally fair north portion.
OGALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1919.
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PRESCRIBED REST
FOR PRESIDENT

Wilson Again in Washington Forbid Forbidden
den Forbidden for the Present to Do
Any Work
(Associated Press)
Washington, Sept. 29. Back at the
White House after an absence of
twenty-five days, the president today
was beginning the period of absolute
lest prescribed by his physician ai
necessary for recovery from the ner nervous
vous nervous exhaustion which cut short his
speaking trip for the peace treaty.
BETTER TODAY
President Wilson spent a restless
night last night, but was sleeping this
morning, Admiral Grayson, the pres president's
ident's president's personal physician, announced
today. The president arose shortly
pfter eleven o'clock but remained in
his room. He was said to be appar apparently
ently apparently refreshed after his sleep.
CANT RECEIVE THE KING AND
QUEEN
President Wilson will not receive
King Albert and Queen Elizabeth at
the White House until they return
from their tour of the United States,
it was learned definitely today at the
White House. Secretary Tumulty said
the president would remain in seclu seclusion
sion seclusion for the present.
BELGIUM'S ROYAL PAIR
VISIT BOSTON
WILL
Boston will be the first city visited
by King Albert and Queen Elizabeth,
when they leave New York this week
on a tour of the United States. They
will visit Boston next Sunday.
ANOTHER BLOCK ON BUSINESS
All sailings to Great Britain have
teen, cancelled by the shipping board
on account of the railway workers'
strike there.
JOKE ON JOHNSON
Leading Men of California Call on
Him to Vote for the Treaty
Washington, Sept. 28. Senator
uohnson, republican, California, is
asked in a telegram signed by judges,
state, officials and business men of
California to withdraw his opposition
to ratification of the peace treaty.
The telegram, made public here yes yesterday
terday yesterday by the League to Enforce
eace, said in part)
"We have heard the president's
message on the peace treaty and the
league of nations. We have also con
sidered carefully all the objection.
offered to ratification. iWe are con
vinced that the treaty should be rati
fied without amendment or reserva reservation.
tion. reservation. The objections to ratification
are not weighty and should not hold
us back. We appeal to you to with with-craw
craw with-craw your opposition."
AUTO SALES GARAGE
WAS BURGLARIZED
Sometime during Sunday night a
ery familiar character entered the
Auto Sales Garage. He came in thru
the back, breaking the window f and
from all appearances this morning he
was making his way toward the front
of the office, but that being securely
locked he made no headway. Mr.
Taylor cannot at present tell what his
loss is until he checks up, but he does
not think it was great. However, he is
offering a reward for evidence to con
vict the guilty party.
ORANGE SPRINGS
Orange Springs, Sept. 27. Mrs.
Myrtle McPhail left Tuesday for
Lansing. Mich. She will spend the
winter there with relatives.
T r-w
Miss tsillie nan entertained with a
dance Wednesday evening in honor of
Miss Anna Lou Lons of Ocala, who
is the guest of Miss Bernadine Kiser
this week.
Mrs. W. H. Pegram was called to
Ocala Saturday on account of the ill
ness of Mrs. Fred Vogt.
Fhiiiip O Kourke spent frictay m
Palatka attending to business.
UP TO DATE
TIRE CHANGING
We have installed the modern
WEAVER TIRE CHANGER. ABSO
LUTELY changes tires without dam
Paging rims. ENABLES us to give you
ouicker service. CALL and let us
demonstrate to your satisfaction.
BLALOCS BEOS
VULCANIZING

107 Oclclcwatia Avenue

EXTENSION ON
THE LIMIT

AT
People of that Town Burn Their Court
House and Try to Murder Their
Mayor in Order to Bring One Crim Criminal
inal Criminal to Punishment.
tAssociated Press)
Omaha, Sept. 29. After a night of
mob rule, during which a negro was
lynched, an attempt made to hang the
mayor of Omaha, Edward Smith, the
county courthouse burned and one
ir.an shot to death and probably forty
others injured, the city is quiet today
under the patrol of federal troops.
Mayor Smith was at a local hospital
aand still unconscious early today as
a result of the attack made by a mob
tc hang him because he advised
against lynching the negro, who was
in jail charged with attacking a white
girl.
MAYOR BADLY MAULED
Mayor Smith, injured yesterday
when a mob attempted to lynch him
during the rioting here, was still in a
critical condition this morning, re reports
ports reports from the hospital indicated. It
was stated the mayor recovered con consciousness
sciousness consciousness but his physician said it
was too early to make a definite
statement regarding his condition.
ESTIMATE ON THE DAMAGE
Latest reports on the rioting here
test night estimate the injured all the
way from forty-five to sixty. Only
two persons were killed, the negro
who was lynched and a white man.
WOOD TAKES CHARGE
Washington, Sept. 29. Major Gen Gen-eial
eial Gen-eial Wood, commander of the central
department, has been directed by Sec
retary. Baker to proceed to Omaha,
where federal troops were sent last
night to quell the riot.
i t
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DISASTER ON BOARD
A DESTROYER
Boiler Let Go and Four Men Badly
Burned
(Associated Press)
Key West, Sept. 29. Four men
were severely burned by an explosion
in the boiler room of the destroyer
Greene, off Key West yesterday. Ves Vessels
sels Vessels with physicians on board have
gone to render aid. Reports from the
Greens gave no details.
PEOPLE PERMITTED TO
BUY MORE BOOKS
(Tampa Tribune)
Tallahassee, Sept. 26. The gover
nor today issued the formal proclama-
lon announcing that contracts have
een entered into for the furnishing
of elementary text books for use in
the public schools of the state. This
proclamation formally completes the
adoption of such books and the nalbies
of the books as heretofore announced,
together with the contract price and
the exchange- price which are listed
therein. The proclamation is now in
the hands of the printer and will be
distributed to the county superintend
ents within a few days.
Because of delay in promulgating
the contract school books for the
elementary grades throughout tht
state, and which were to have been
put into use with the beginning of the
school term two weeks ago, are not
yet available. Permission was receiv
ed from the state school authorities
to begin the term with the books used
last term, and when the order comes
to purchase new outfits those who
purchased the old list will be in the
position of having to buy two sets for
one term.
SPONSORIAL STAFF
AT THE REUNION
Comrades: I hereby announce the
following as divisional sponsorial staff
tr represent the state of Florida at
the -Atlanta reunion, Oct. 7th to 10th
inclusive:
Matrons of honor: Mrs. E. L. Car
r-ey, Ocala; Mrs. Lee Perryman Davis,
Starke.
Sponsor: Mrs. Dan H. Sheppard
Pensacola.
Chaperone: Mrs. Ed Carmichael
Ocala.
Maids of honor: Miss Mary L.
Branham, Orlando; Miss Irma Blake
Ocala.
These ladies are worthy descend
er.ts of Confederate veterans, and
commend them to your loving care
and consideration.
By order of: N. A. Blitch,
Maj. Gen. Commanding.
W. A. Rawls,
Adjt.-General and Chief of Staff.

OMAHA

BOUNCED OFF
AT BETHLEHEM

Orders to the Steel Workers to Strike
Seem to Have Had Very
Little Effect
(Associated Press)
Bethlehem, Pa., Sept. 29. The
Bethlehem plant of the Bethlehem
Steel Corporation was very little af affected
fected affected by the strike called from Pitts Pittsburg
burg Pittsburg and there was no semblance of
c-isorder when shifts were changed
this morning.
DEADLOCK CONTINUES
Pittsburg, Sept. 29. Reports from
the steel corporations, union head headquarters,
quarters, headquarters, police and other sources in
the Pittsburg district today did not
indicate substantial change in the
steel workers' strike.
FARMERS AND
BUSINESS MEN
TO MEET TO
DISCUSS FAIR
A meeting of the farmers and busi business
ness business men of the county to discuss
preparations for holding a fair this
tall is called to assemble at 2 o'clock
Saturday afternoon, Oct. 4, in the cir circuit
cuit circuit court room in this city. All in interested
terested interested requested to be present. The
time is short, but much can be ac ac-complished
complished ac-complished by energetic and concert concerted
ed concerted action. C. W. HUNTER,
Vice-Pres. Marion Co. Fair Assn.
NATHAN MAYO, Secretary.
The Star's 'country correspondents
are requested to give this matter the
widest publicity possible and ask per permission
mission permission of postmasters to put this
rctice up by or close to delivery win windows.
dows. windows. CATTS' ECONOMY
By Neglecting His Duties, He Com Compels
pels Compels School Patrons to Buy for
This Year Two Sets of Books
(Lakeland Telegram)
After one month of the school term
has been completed in Lakeland, and
after the lapse of various periods,
from two to four weeks in different
communities of the state, the gov governor
ernor governor has finally-issued his proclama proclamation
tion proclamation announcing that contracts have
Leen entered into for the furnishing f
of text books. It required this procla proclamation
mation proclamation to complete the adoption of
the text books, and because it was
delayed the books are not even yet
available. The state school authori
ties gave permission to begin the
term with the books used last term,
and the people in many instances
bought these books. Now they will
be compelled to buy the new outfit,
being forced to buy two sets of books
or one term.
It is a most deplorable instance of
official inefficiency and neglect, which
affects all the children of the state,
and which has placed a burden of un unnecessary
necessary unnecessary expense upon the people.-
A prominent educator of the state
furnishes us with the following facts
in the case, which will show where
the responsibility belongs:
lne sub-scnool book commission,
composed of the leading teachers of
the state of Florida, met in compli
ance with instructions from the state
board, composed of Governor Catts
and others, on June 16, 1919, and be
gan examining books on June 17, 1919.
On Thursday, July 10. 1919, the
sub-commission filed its recommenda
tions of text books to be used in the
state of Florida with the state board
of education.
The representatives of different
book companies began i presenting the
merits of their books before the state
board of education, composed of Gov Governor
ernor Governor Catts and his cabinet. Governor
Catts was present the first afternoon
ouring tne time tne representatimes
were presenting their books. Next
morning, he left for the phosphate
legions, to stir up more trouble, in instead
stead instead of attending to his duty in
Tallahassee, which finally affected
the children of Florida. He was never
present again during the presentation
of the merits of the books, which
meant so much to the schools of Flor
ida. ft was his duty to listen to these
book men with all diligence.
On his return to Tallahassee from
the phosphate regions, instead of
taking his place as the chairman of
the state board, he ieft immediately
for a ten or fifteen days vacation in
North Carolina.
The board, without the governor,
continued to hear the book men until
they had finished, on July 19, 1919.
The board refused to go on with the
adoption of the books without the
governor. It was the consensus of
opinion of the other members of the
board that the governor should be

ORDERLY STRIKE
IN ENGLAND

American Idea of Starving Out the
Public Seems Not in Favor
in Albion
tAssociated Press)
London, Sept. 29. Improvement in
the situation created by the general
tailways strike was announced in of official
ficial official quarters this morning. Distri Distribution
bution Distribution of food is being made without
friction and volunteer help is being
offered freely.
A REASONABLE DEMAND
Paris, Sept. 29. A resolution de demanding
manding demanding that Fiume be made an Ital Italian
ian Italian city has been adopted by the
Italian chamber of deputies, according
to information received here.
AN UNLIKELY RUMOR
Coblenz, Saturday, Sept. 27. (By
the Associated Press.) It is rumored
here that an independent republic has
been declared in Alsace.
NOT CONFIRMED
Paris, Sunday, Sept. 28. Nothing
has been heard here relative to the
lumor that a republic has been set up
in Alsace.
SERBIAN FRONTIER SHUT
Rome, Sept. 29. The Serbian fron frontier
tier frontier has been ordered closed for fif fifteen
teen fifteen days, according to a dispatch
from Trieste.
SHOT UP THE SPANIARDS
Madrid, Sept. 29. Twelve officers
and five soldiers were killed when a
detachment of police was ambushed
in Morocco recently, according to of official
ficial official dispatches received here.
GREAT TIMES AT GREENVILLE
Boys of the Thirtieth Division Cele Cele-brate
brate Cele-brate First Anniversary of Break Breaking
ing Breaking the Hindenburg Line
( Associated Press)
Greenville, S. C, Sept. 29. Com Commemorating
memorating Commemorating the first anniversary of
the beginning of the drive against the
Hindenburg line, the Thirtieth Divis Division,
ion, Division, which with the Twenty-seventh
Division of New York troops, was ths
first to pierce the German bulwark,
began a two-day annual reunion here
today with many of the division's vet-1
crans present. Men from practically
all parts of the country are present,
tut the majority are from North
Carolina, South Carolina and Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. FROGRAM FOR W. C. T. U.
MOTHERS MEETING
The W. C. T. U. will hold a mothers'
meeting and tea at the residence of
Mrs. W. T. Gary, 413 Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Mothers and friends are cordially in invited
vited invited to be present. Following is the
program:
Bible lesson: Mrs. Osborne.
Prayer: Mrs. Brittain.
Song.
Subject, "The Child in Their Midst."
. Clippings and readings.-
Talk, "The Little Child": Miss Cora
Griffin.
Song. "Little Mother o' Mine": Miss
Bullock.
Talk, "The Child, in His Teens"
Mrs. Wesson.
Informal discussion.
Violin solo: Miss Lancaster.
$25 REWARD
We' will pay the above amount for
evidence to convict the party who
broke into our place of business Sun
day night. AUTO SALES CO-29-2t
Mack Taylor.
present to accept his part of respon
sibility for the adoption, but he was
eniovine the mountain air of North
Carolina.
The importance of an immediate
adoption was impressed upon the
members of the board by the book
men, knowing they would have such
short time to publish and send the
books to the depositories before the
opening of school. The governor's
acation has caused the children of
Florida to suffer 150,000 children.
Nero fiddled while Rome burned, and
why should the governor care for
such little creatures as 150,000 chil children?
dren? children? The governor finally returned and
took a high hand v in selecting the
books, because he did not know any anything
thing anything about the merits of the books.
When he does not know the merits of
any book or books, according to his
system and style, he feels himself
most competent to act.
The contracts were not sent out for
cne week after the adoption, which
with the governor's vacation caused
the books to be delayed one month.

LEGION TO MEET

THURSDAY NIGHT

Marion County Post No. 1 Will Have
Important Session Steps Will be
Taken to Incerase Membership
Marion County Post No. 1, of the
American Legion, meets in regular
session Thursday night, Oct. 2, at 8
o'clock. The meeting will be an im important
portant important one. It will be especially im important
portant important in view pf the fact that steps
must be taken to increase the mem
Lership in, this' county. There are now
something like a million members in
the legion in the country. Every man
who was in service should be a mem member.
ber. member. The American Legion was first or organized
ganized organized in Paris, March 15, 1919, by a
thousand officers and men, delegates
from all the units of the American
Expeditionary Forces to an organiza organization
tion organization meeting, which adopted a ten tentative
tative tentative constitution and selected the
rame "American Legion." The action
of the Paris meeting was confirmed
rnd endorsed by a similar meeting
held in St. Louis, vMay 1919, when the
legion was formally recognized by the
troops who served in the United
States, and a constitution in con conformity
formity conformity with the Paris constitution
was adopted. The Paris meeting ap appointed
pointed appointed an executive committee of
seventeen officers and men to repre represent
sent represent the troops in France in the con conduct
duct conduct of the legion. The St. Jjouxs
meeting appointed a similar commit committee
tee committee of seventeen. These two executive
committees nave amalgamated ana
are now the operating body of the
legion. The American Legion is the
A
organization of American veterans of
tne worm war. it is non-partisan ana
r
non-pouticai. it is a civilian organi-1
zation, not military or militaristic.
weany an oi its memoers are men

wno were civilians Deiore tne war, ana
C mrm 1 ititriliAMa T 1 m
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d ,S7 and n rdS5
firm's Kptwppn nvprsons mon strtA mm
who did not cret overseas. Anv sol-
dier. sailor or marine who served
- I
honorablv between Anril 6. 1917 and
November 11, 1918, is eligible to mem-
bership; also any women who were
lecrularlv enlisted or. commissioned in
the army, navy or marine corns.
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L'lL ARTHUR WON j
A LITTLE FiGHTI
c Associated Press).
Mexico City, Sept. 28. Jack John
son, former heavyweight champion,
knocked out Kid Cutler in the sixth
round here today.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank those friends
nd neighbors who gave us their
loving Kjnaness ana sympatny in tne
illness and death of our little son and
r-ephew.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Chambers.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Smith.
TEMPLE ATTRACTIONS
Today, Sept. 29th: Violet Palmer in
"Ginger," and L-Ko. comedy.
Tuesday, Sept. 30: Constance Tal-
m&dge in '"Betty's Burglar and the
International News.
Wednesday: Tom Mix in "The Wil-
oerness Trail."
Constance laimaage is very popu-
. rw. i w I
lar with screen lovers of her own sex,
for she nearly always tips the ladies
off on how best to manage the genus
r.omo, ana always in a ciever ami
" 1 T Li T A f
original manner. in eicy ourg
lar," in which she will appear tomor
row at the Temple, she has a role
especially suited to her entertaining
Qualities.
NOTICE
This is to notify the person thkt
took my new 8-foot stepladder from
the old Star office building on the
evening of Thursday, the 25th, if they
don't want to get into trouble to re-
turn it at once. 2t David Gamble.
FORDS FOR SALE
One almost brand new touring Ford
and three other good ones, at bar-
sjst. vir
Yonge Block, Ocala, Fla. 25-t
A BED RENOVATOR
Is now here, located in the Chace
building, Oklawaha avenue and Or
ange street. Phon 112. J. E. Drew, tf
NOTICE
The city council will receive bids at
regular meeting October 7th for sale
of brick at the old water tower lot,
approximately 100,000.
22-6t H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.
Fresh Flower Seed just in at
JGerig's Drug Store. 20-tf

BEGIN DRIVE FOR
A CLEAN CITY

The Sanitary Department Will Hare
an Extra Force at Work and Prop Property
erty Property Owners are Expected to do
Their Share.
The fall clean-up time is here. The
summer's growth of weeds must go.
All debris must go. Altogether for
a clean city! With the beginning of
October the city sanitary department
will put extra forces to work. Owners
of private property should do the
same. Florida is going to have the
riggest influx of visitors this winter
in its history." Many will come to
Ocala. If they find the city clean amj
sightly they will be .attracted to it;
ii not, they will pass on.' There are
cities in the state that will deserve
the title of "City Beautiful," and to
these the visitors will go. Ocala is
raturally a beautiful town, and there
should be no eye-gores to detract
from its beauty.
A filthy city is just as unattractive
and unsanitary as a filthy home or a
filthy store. The city sanitary force
is going to take care of its end-of the
ciean-up. It is going to be up to the
property owners and tenants to see
that, private yards and gardens and
vacant lots are made sanitary and
sightly. Some property owners have
already started the good work. Dont
let your neighbor get ahead of you.
II you have the only yard or lot with
weeds or grass uncut in a block or on
a street, vour lot or vara will stand
W
out as the most conspicuous thing on
the block or street. It will be pointed
out. And remember that it will be a
reflection upon you. The appearance
c a city ia a reflection of its citizen
ship.
Clean-un! Let it not be said that
nv citv is cleaner than traA
m
""""DEB THE INTERESTS
OF THE PUBLIC
- r T" a
Wasmngton, toept. ZO. senator
Dial, of South Carolina, speaking in
!. i .. L
ine senate yesteroay. saia tne proms
both labor and capital have about
reached the peak and that it is time to
consider the interests of the public.
x V 1
uinerences Detween employers ana
employes snouia De settled among
m ves a that is impossible
uy compulsory arunrauun. xeiore
striking, he said, the buffering of the
toiling millions who have no relief,
and who had nothing to do with the
cause of the trouble," should be con
sidered. The general tendency to ap
peal to the federal government to set-
tie all differences was deplored by
Senator Dial, who asserted that Con
gress is taking cognizance of too
many quaarrels between different
roUps of citizens.
MACHINISTS NEEDED
IN MARYLAND
If there are any ex-service men who
are machinists and out of work they
will be welcomed with open arms at
Cumberland, Maryland. The Balti
more & Ohio Railroad company is in
rrgent heed of approximately 200
.killed machinists to work on loco
motives at their Cumberland plant.
The pay willbe 68 cents an hour fcr
the first ninety days of employment
rnd thereafter will be raised to 80
cents an hour. For everv machinist
emnloved two helnra will h t-Vpn
on flnrl naij frnm da en t-
jl0ur. This will mean the taking on of
about c00 machinists and helpers in
lfce Baltimore & Ohio, shops,
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DONT GO TO DETROIT
"Don't go to Detroit!" This is the
gist of a warning jqst issued to all
discharged soldiers and sailors by
Colonel Arthur Woods, assistant to
thf L.
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mere you win m an prooaDiiity De
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ui-auitcu m umung iaat uetroit is
(working over the problem of caring
for its own "en."
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY. frEPTEMBER 29, 1919

QCALA EVEIIIIIG STAR

PubllMhed Every Daj Except Sunday T
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
OF OCALA, FLA.

it. It. Carroll, President
P. V. LeavfDKuud, Srcretarj -Treurer
J. II. Benjamin, Editor

soldiers, but he did no more than his

duty and is spoiling the effect of that

by appealing for votes on the strength

01 it. Senator Fletcher is so con

stantly at work for his state and its

jeople that he would hardly know

how to pick out one thing to brag

about, and he isn't a blowhard any-

cw.

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as
second-class matter.

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We are glad to see Col. Robert W.
Davis of the Gainesville Sun well

enough to use his facile pen again.

The Plumb plan is unconstitutional.
This matters not to its advocates,

who would throw the constitution in

the wastebasket.

Altho bait costs from two to five

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Viscount Gray, the new ambassa ambassador
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Washington. Britain has paid us the

compliment of sending us one of her

foremost public men.

The State College for Women at

Tallahassee opened for this term

with over 600 students, among whom
are a number of Marion's charming

girls. We hope for it a successfu

year.

Some people should know better
than to call the Armenians the Irish
of Asia. If the Armenians had been
anything like the Irish they would

have chased the Turks beyond the

Caspian five hundred years ago.

The "one big union" in this country

is the U. S. A. Neither labor nor cap

ital should ever forget that. Tampa

Times.

Neither of them ever remembers it

unless it suits their convenience.

THAT LEPER COLONY

Everybody will be sorry to hear
that W. H. Sheats, state superintend superintendent
ent superintendent of public instruction, is critically
ill in a hospital in Atlanta. Mr.
Sheats has many friends in Marion
county, who hope to soon hear of his
improvement.
Our Catts goes arcund bragging
about what he did for the soldiers at
Camp Wheeler. Senator Fletcher has
never done any bragging, but the re records
cords records show that as soon as he heard
of the trouble, he quietly and effect effect-rally
rally effect-rally went to work and stimulated the
war department into rushing doctors,
nurses and supplies to the suffering
boys. We are informed that Gov.
Catts went to Macon and raised con considerable
siderable considerable of a rumpus, which resulted
in some local relief being given the

MICKIE SAYS

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Florida has not shown up very well
n its objection to a leper colony be-

ng located in the state. Its objections

seem founded mostly on cowardice
and selfishness. There have been
times when tens of thousands of Flor

ida people, fleeing from yellow fever,

have fled to other states, at a time

when it was the popular impression
that Yellow Jack smote any person
who even looked at him, yet they al

ways found refuge and often charity

in other states. Another objection is

entirely foolish and purely mercen

ary that a little bunch of lepers on
a few acres of our sixty thousand
square miles might keep tourists out
of the state. If it wasn't for the howl
that has gone up from Floridians, not
one person in ten thousand would

know a leper colony in Florida had

ever been proposed, and that small

number would never have thought of
it again. Leprosy is a disease not
easy to communicate, as is proven by

its comparatively small extent, al

though only of late years has it been
combatted in a scientific manner. It

is caused by a germ which is as like likely
ly likely to atteck a person who has never
been in a thousand miles of a leper as

cne who is in daily contact with the

disease. Leprosy is a filth disease and

was once scattered all over Europe
and Asia, but with better and cleaner

living has almost disappeared from
the former continent. In America,

there has been little of it. All civiliz

ed nations owning colonies in Asia

and, Africa are trying to eradicate
leprosy, and have greatly reduced it.
Wherever they establish -colonies to
isolate those afflicted with leprosy,
they also station physicians and

nurses, and it is seldom that any of
these are ever infected with the dis disease.
ease. disease. If our government purchases a
tract of land in a healthy situation in

Florida or any other state and estab establishes
lishes establishes a colony of lepers on it, there
will be no danger of the people in the
vicinity becoming infected or neces necessity
sity necessity for their even seeing any of the
unfortunates. It is time for the people
of Florida to quit believing in witches
and similar superstitions.
The iconoclasts are smashing up
lots of our war legends. One is that

the Germans after the battle .of Bel Bel-loau
loau Bel-loau Wood called our marines "devil
dogs." It now comes to light that this
was invented by an American corresr
po;idenfc and the Germans never heard

of it until the war was over. Those

correspondents were a cheerful lot of

liars. They were decidedly at dis

count at the front, but much may be
fcrgiven them, for they kept up the

hearts of the people at home.

The. United States department of
agriculture advises the farmers te
curtail their production of wheat thai
year. The advice is probably salu salubrious.
brious. salubrious. Either Europe will settle
down, go to work and raise its own
bread, or it will keep on raising sheol

and be unable to pay for what other
people raise. If there is plenty of

wheat in America next year, and a
shortage of it in Europe, Americans
should confine themselves strictly to
helping those peoples who have been

their friends.

ten by her to a state official in which
she threatened to bust up Sim
Blitch's honor system pen. We sym sympathize
pathize sympathize with Sim and hope the train
that takes the lady to the farm will
run off the track and not kill but one
person.
American troops landed at a place
near Fiume, captured a few Italian
soldiers, turned them over to the
Serbians and then went back to their
ships. Are we at war with Italy,
Hume, Czecho-Slovakia, or whom,
rnd what about? Miami Herald.
The Americans were obeying the
orders of the Italian as much as those
of the American government. They
were sailors from the cruiser Olympia
and were assigned by the supreme
council to police that part of the Ad Adriatic
riatic Adriatic coast. The Herald should be
proud of the moral influence that en enabled
abled enabled them to carry out such a task
without bloodshed.

The full and well-written account
of the motorcade, which appeared in
Saturday's Star was written by Mr.
L. H. Chazal, secretary of the Mar Marie
ie Marie n County Board of Trade, who is a
concise and accurate writer as well
as a hard worker for good roads and
every other good work for the public.

The United States department of

agriculture predicts a Florida citrus
crop of about nine and a half million
boxes. Prices will be good and if the
railroad men don't happen to go on a
strike about the time the fruit should
commence to roll, the citrus growers
will have a prosperous season.
The Florida railroad commission
has issued an order requiring the
Western Union Telegraph Company
to go back to the old rates which
UNCLASSIFIED"

ADVERTISEMENTS

were in effect prior to the order of
Postmaster General Burleson Decem December
ber December 31, last. The order was issued at
the close of a hearing at which the
Western Union made application to
be allowed to continue the present
rates.

The Plant City Courier correctly
says: "Governor Catts writes the
Tampa Tribune as if he would justify
his actions in appointing members of
his family to positions and officer in
and about the capitol by similar action
on the part of other state officials.
Still, the governor appears to be con considerably
siderably considerably in the lead in numbers in involved
volved involved and, besides, two wrongs do
not make one right."
About the worst thing Mr. Wilson
has done during his diplomatic career
was to try to take Fiume away from
Italy. It was-bad to begin with, and
to end with will probably start an another
other another war. If he had let the agree agree-rrent
rrent agree-rrent between Italy. Britain and
France alone, there would have been
little if any trouble.
Tampa, Friday, observed as a day of
mourning the loss of the cutter Tam Tampa
pa Tampa in the Bristol channel Sept. 26,
1918. Some thirty brave Florida boys
lest their lives xrhen the cnllnnf little

j ship went down, and the flags in eve

ry florida city should be half-masted
on that date every year.

Those people who were writing and
saying that Senator Johnson was

J taken off his speaking trip to the

west, because his cause was hopeless,
have another explanation coming,
now that he has gone back again.
Miami Herald.
The explanation is that Wilson has
come home.

AUTO AND TRUCK REPAIRING

SPECIAL
PRICES
OVERHAUL -ING
FORD
ENGINES

We are thoroughly equipped to handle repair- work on all makes
of cars. Nothing but experienced workmen and all work fully guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Inn Tubes vulcanized. Full line of the famous Two-in-On
Inner Tubes, either 30 x 3 or 30 x 3; price, $3.25.
Standard Gas, Oils and Grease. Fnll Line of Ford Parts.
Our place, (the old Ford Garage) is open from 6 a. m. until 10 p.
m every day in the year, where you are invited to call and let us
serve you.
DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE ?Smda
121 W. Broadway J- s. exgesser. Prop, phone 258

MICKEY IS THE STAR DEVIL

For a long time, the American peo people
ple people could not understand why the
United States did not declare war on
Bulgaria, but from Ludendorf's book,
r.ow running in serial chapters in
some American papers, it is made to
appear that America had a string tied
to Bulgaria, and with our country's

entrance into the war that string be
gan to pull, and eventually pulled Bui

geria out, which was as great a defeat

tc the Central Powers as any they

suffered in any two great battles dur
ing the war.

A few days ago, the Star made

some remarks about the appointment

of Rear Admiral Robert E. Coontz to
the post of chief of naval operations.

Ihe Star finds its opinion corroborat

ed by an editorial in the New York
Times, which thinks that Admiral
Sims or Admiral Mayo, both of who
outrank Coontz, and made brilliant

records during the war, should have
the post. The Times advises the
Senate to go slow about confirming
the appointment.
The teachers in the St. Petersburg
schools are teaching without any
Looks, because the new ones have not
arrived and its against the law to
teach with the old ones. The school
affairs of the state of Florida in the
year three of the reign of Catts are
in the blamedcKt muddle ever known.
PerhapH Marion teachers are break breaking
ing breaking the law teaching with the old
books, but an no jury in the county
would convict one of them they
needn't worry.
Grace V. Howell, the woman who
killed her husband in Miami last year,
was tried, found guilty, appealed for
a new trial and was tried at West
Falm Beach last week, and was again
found guilty of murder in the first
degree with a recommendation to
mercy. The fair Grace has caused
much trouble and taken up much
newspaper space during the past few
years. When we were at Raiford a
few months ago, we saw a letter writ-

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

BEAN SEED

We have bean seed for fall plant planting;
ing; planting; Wadwell Kidney Wax at $10 per
bushel; green beans at $9 per busheL
14-tf Ocaln Seed Store.

SAVE MONEY ON MEAT
We always handle the best fresh meat to be
had and our prices are always the lowest.
Round Steak 25c Best Pork Chops 35c
Loin Steak 30c Pork Sausage 25c
Stew Meat 15c.
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc
NEW YORK MEAT MARKET

FREE DELIVERY

WEST BROADWAY

PHONE 110

Advertise and get Results.

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

WANTED To rent a two-horse farm
near Ocala. W. T. Stephens. Ocala,
Fla. 29-3t

FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and sell
second hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow mowers,
ers, mowers, enamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
310, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf

FOR SALE Guavas in five-crate
lots or more, at $1.25 per bushel
crate, f o. b. Leesburg. Box 281,
Leesburg, Fla. 29-6t

WOOD Phone 141 for all lenghths
oak or pine wood; thoroughly season seasoned.
ed. seasoned. Special price on quantity orders.
Put in your water supply now.
Smoak's Wood Yard. 15-tf

WANTED A copy of the "Tragedies

of Oakhurst," written by the late

Beatrice Marean who resided in Ocala
some years ago. Address, "Mrs. F. E.
B.," care Star office. 29-6t
FOR SALE Untrained pointer dog,
eleven months old. Shows good signs.
F. M. Chaffee, Burbank, Fla. 27-2t

REWARD Liberal reward will be
paid for the return of kodak with film
inside, left on southbound A. C. L.
train near Gainesville last Friday
afternoon. Mrs. C. G. Herrick, 638
Third Ave.. St. Petersburg, Fla.29-6t

FOR SALE OR TRADE Duroc sow
with eight pigs two weeks old. May
be seen at R. O. Connor's place on Or Orange
ange Orange avenue. D. N. Mathews, 609 Sec Sec-end
end Sec-end street, Ocala, Fla. 26-6t
WANTED Your order for high
grade office stationery. Star Job
Office. 26-tf

FORSALE Two one-year-old regi registered
stered registered 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

FOR SALEJ 1917 Maxwell touring
car. Motor in number one condition.
Cheap for quick sale. Florida House
Garage. Phoae 133. 23-6t
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 RENT Two houses by October
1st; one apartment on Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, the other a house at 230 East
P roadway. Mrs. W. M. McDowell. 22tf
FOR SALE CHEAP Model K Hup Hup-mcbile
mcbile Hup-mcbile in first class condition. For
demonstration see Collier Brothers,
Ocala, Fla. 18-tf
FOR SALE Pair farm mules; weight
1000 pounds each; also one four four-gallon
gallon four-gallon cow. Apply to W. M. Gist. Mc Mcintosh,
intosh, Mcintosh, Fla. 27-6t

"Smofze Virginia Straight"

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tocEDo

nir

Virginia tobacco paid import duty
and ocean-freight .which f oreign-growia
tobaccos must pay.
But Virginia tobacco escapes these
tariff charges becaiise it is grown right
here in the Soh.
Virginia tobacco is not only the has3
liked cigarette tobacco smoked five
times more than all foreign -grown
tobaccos combined but it is the one
tobacco of real character that makes
a cigarette mean something.
Just try it in a Piedmont the all all-Virginia
Virginia all-Virginia cigarette.

Ijhe IRrginia Cigarette

If

SO for 9 cents

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liest-0-Lite is the one best battery designed and
built to 'gfVe greater vitality, endurance and dura durability
bility durability to every electric system. Thirty manufac manufacturers
turers manufacturers of passenger cars', trucks and automobile
starting systems are now furnishing Prest-O-Lite
Batteries as Standard Equipment.

Allen
Bell
Briscoe
Columbia Six
Cleveland Six
Chalmers Six
Chandler
Cole

Comet

Douglas
Empire
Grant Six
Hanson
King Eight
Kline-Car
Marmon
Maxwell

Maxwell Truck

Commonwealth Monitor

National
Oakland
Old Reliable
Packard Truck
Pilot
Saxon
Scripps-Booth
Texan
A. B. C. Starter
Genemotor Starter

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

ml) lr?a

BatteryService

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 family
ily family ever had.
Ocala See & PacMogj Co.

c a package
before the war

pea package
x3) durir

uring the war

c a package

now

THE FLAVOR LASTS

ICE!

SO DOES THE P

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TEE WIMP0)

Jacksonville, Florida

In the heart of the city with Hemmin Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in e ronw Dining room service is
second to cne.
RATES From $1.50 per per erson to 56.
i

J. KAVANAUGH,
Proprietor.

ROBERT M. MEYER.
Manager.

OCALA OCCURREHOES

!
! If you have any society items for
jthe Star, please phone five-cwo-three.
i Miss Pauline Stearns has returned

irom her visit to Jacksonville.

Mrs. J. W. Crosby has returned
from a brief visit to friends in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Mr. R. L. Carter is doing well car carrying
rying carrying passengers and has bought a
classy new Dodge car.
M. C. Standley and a party of
iriends from Whitney, spent Sunday
in Ocala, the guests of relatives and
friends.

somebody tied red rags to the posts
of the ramshackle awnings on Broad Broadway
way Broadway and Oklawaha, wonder if it would
do any good?
ANDERSON-KINGSBURY

Mrs. Arms is making many im improvements
provements improvements at her popular boarding
house, which she expects to reopen
Oct. 15.

After a brief visit to his Ocala rela relatives,
tives, relatives, Mr. Gardner W. Russell has
returned to his home at Concord,
Mass.

Mrs. F. W. Ditto is entertaining

for a several weeks visit, her two

nieces, Misses Lilian and Metz Butler

of St. Petersburg.

Mrs. W. A. Goin returned to her

heme in Eustis today, after several
days spent in Ocala with Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Jeffords.

The Star has received the following
announcement:
"Mr. and Mrs. J. Grant Kingsbury
announce the marriage of their
daughter Adelyn Sara to Lieutenant
William Alexander Anderson, U. S.
N., (reserve force) on Thursday, Sep

tember the twenty-fifth, one thousand

i ine hundred and nineteen, Towanda,
Pennsylvania."

The good wishes of everybody in
Ocala will go out to Lieut. Anderson
and his bride. Willie Anderson was
one of Ocala's best boys, and our peo people
ple people hope that some day he will bring
his wife and again make his home
amid the scenes of his boyhood.
DAME-WELCH

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FUNERAL DIRECTORS and ELI BALM EES
AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
No chares for delivery of caakeU anywhere day or eight.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JB-.
Licensed Emb&lxaers
Office Phono 10 Night Phonos 225 or 423

Before Buying An Automobile See

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Robertson and
children and Mr. John Monroe of
Whitney, were visitors to Ocala and
Silver Springs yesterday.
Mrs. Jack Camp and two sons,
Henry and Clarence, returned to
Ocala yesterday from Asheville,
where they have spent the summer.
Mrs. Ed Carmichael, who has been
visiting in Butler, Ga.t will spend next
month in Atlanta the guest of friends,
and will attend the veterans' reunion.

Mrs. Blanche Campbell Welch of
Elmira, N. Y.,,was married to Mr.
Adolph O. Dame, formerly of Ocala,
now of Detroit, at the home of Mr.
Geo. A. Moon, Detroit, Rev. McDer McDer-mand,
mand, McDer-mand, pastor of the Christian church,
officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. Dame left for Cleve

land, Buffalo, Niagara Falls and El Elmira,
mira, Elmira, N. Y., on a short wedding trip.
They will be at home at No. 641 Len Lennox
nox Lennox avenue, Detroit. Mich., after Oc October
tober October 8th.
Mr. Dame is connected with the
Liberty Motor Car Company of De Detroit.
troit. Detroit. He has been with that com company
pany company for the past two years, and they
say he is making good.
Mr. Dame is an Ocala-raised boy,
and his friends here wish all happi happiness
ness happiness and good fortune to him and his
bride.

TIE I

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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

me.

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.

FBE1

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Phone

339

Get ready your fall garden. We
have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Davies have re returned
turned returned from a visit to Daytona Beach.
Mrs. Davies, who had been on the sick
list for some weeks, is now well and
strong again.
Several university boys attended
the dance at the Springs Friday night,
driving from Gaineeville in cars.
These young men included Hart
Stringfellow, Bill Daniels, Covington
and others.

L. E. Futch of Ocala, was a busi busi-ress
ress busi-ress visitor in the city Friday. Mr.
Futch is a member of the firm of
Trantham & Futch, attorneys. He re received
ceived received his degree at the university.
Gainesville Sun.

I'Miss Lucia Massey of Atlanta, who
has been conducting the classes in
home hygiene and care of the sick un under
der under the direction of the Red Cross,
will go to Lake Weir tomorrow te
continue the same line of work with
the Red Cross chapter there.
Senator Crosby and part of his
family were in town one night last
week to see the pictures. Mr. Crosby
said that with his son at Southern
College and two of his daughters at
the Woman's College at Tallahassee,
enly five were at home, and they felt
father lonesome sometimes.

It kills the bedbues. and destroys

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all the eggs as well -in fact, it exter exterminates
minates exterminates the whole breed wherever

you apply it BEDBUG DOOM. It

is for sale only at the Court Pharm

acy. Fhone 284. la-tx

Mr. H.. S. Chambers, who delivers
oil and gas for the Standard Oil Com Company,
pany, Company, and who travels all over the
county, says the woods and fields arc
full of birds.' He has also seen a
r.umber of deer grazing in the Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha region, and among them recog recognized
nized recognized .some of those he raised at the
fire station.

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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

Tii(S(!llaiy9 SeptlcEiMliDeiF

Don't Ask Us to Charge Goods at These Prices

White Bacon per pound...
Lard Compound pep pound.
Ideal Flour (one ol our best) 12 pounds
Ideal Flour (one of our best; 24 pounds.
Snowdrift Lard large buckets
Snowdrift Lard medium buckets

5 .30
. .25
90
1.80
2.60
1.30

Crystal White Soap 8 c.
calce for 7c

P. & & Naptha Soap 10 c
calces for 8c

SOAP

Armour's Woodchuclc
Soap 5 c calces for ZyZ
Rub-No-More Soap 7 cent
calces for 5l2

Elbert, the 13-months-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Chambers of Lake
City, passed away at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Smith on Adams
street Saturday night. Mrs. Chambers,
who is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Smith,
was visiting her when the little one
was taken ill. The little body was
taken to Lake City for burial Sunday

norning, accompanied by the sorrow

ing parents.

Get ready your t&h garden. We

hava new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf

Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Shealey, whose
marriage at Montezuma, Ga., last
week was a society event of interest,
were visitors to Ocala yesterday, ar arriving
riving arriving from Anthony, accompanied by
Mrs. Plummer and daughter, and

were entertained by Mr. and Mrs.
Weller Carmichael. After a visit to
relatives in Lake City, Mr. and Mrs.
Shealey will go to their future home
ip Butler, Ga., where Mr. Shealey is a

successful business man.

Some humorous person, last week,
set up on the Harrington's vacant

lot. where the weeds were several

feet high, a sign reading, "Notice, No

Shooting nor Hunting nor Trespass

ing in these Grounds." After about a

thousand people had seen the sign and
laughed at it, the owners took the
hint and cut down the weeds. Similar
signs are needed on other lots. If

Robin .Hood Pure Fruit Jam, 40c value 35c
Flavors: Raspberry; Strawberry, Blackberry, Peach and Pineapple
Morris & Company's Suppreme Evap. Milk, Small tins 8 cent
value - --- 06c
Wilson & Company's Certiiied Evap. Milk, tall tins 18 cent
value - i?c
U. S. Government Extra Standard Corn, Number 2 tins 25
cent value 15c
U. S. Government Cut Strinoless Beans, Number 2 tins 25 cent
value 15c
Morris & Company's Cooked Brains, Number 2 tins 35 cent
value - 28c
NAVY BEANS, hand picked, worth 15c lb. for 10c

Oo .iCo
Phones

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OCA LA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1919

Sec Me
For All Classes O!

! Stone, Brick, Wood,
and Concrete
Building

I J. D. McCasIiill j
I Contractor :
Phone 446. 728 Wenona St.

There is no sense of man THe
that is more vitally im-0Jf
portant that sight. You JJf"
cannot afford not to see. J$
have efficient eyesight. "".wO
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Eyesight Specialist
Optometrist and Optician.

LATEST LOCALS
Mrs. D. S. Wood row has returned
from a short trip to Charleston.

Sparr and Eustis will play at Hun Hunter
ter Hunter Park next Thursday afternoon.
Both teams are made up of excellent
players and the game promises to be
very interesting.
Those Kant Leak Nipples will suit
the baby, and they are better than
other nipples. Gerig's Drug Store.

In the report of the motorcade in
Saturday's- paper, two omissions were
made. One was the name of Mr. Geo.
W. Chase who joined the party at
Lakeland and took a large part in the
interest of the remainder of the trip.
The other was the interest taken in
the occasion by our former fellow
citizen, Mr. David S. Welch, now a
resident of Oldsmar, who met the
party at that place and took the lead
in helping to make all hands happy.
Peptona is the ideal Tonic, and is
only one dollar for a full pint bottle,
plus the war tax of four cents. Gerig's
Drug Store. 29-tf

FLORIDA-HOUSE
(SARAGE
We are equipped
tor work on
all makes oi
automobiles.

It has been some weeks since any
of our boys have come home, so the
arrival of Eddie Lopez in the city
Saturday awoke unusual interest. Ed Eddie
die Eddie was one of the first of our selected
men to go to training camps, first at
Camp Jackson and later at Camp
Wheeler. He is a musician, and tho'
he played his way thru the war no nobody
body nobody need think he didn't work". After
being with the A. E. F. in its last
grand smash against the Hun lines,
he went with the army of occupation
to Germany, and finally won a place
;n' the band of "Pershing's Own" reg regiment,
iment, regiment, with which he took part in the
grand reviews at New York and
Washington. Everybody is glad that
Eddie is home again.

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"His Debt," at the Temple Satur-

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an interesting play which emphasized
the racial differences of the Orient
tmd Occident, and one in which this

interesting and virile screen actor

displayed his unusual talents. In the
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his debts, he made the sacrifice of
foregoing the revenge he had planned
on the man who attempted his life in
order that the girl he loved, to whom

m -got

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he owed a debt of gratitude, might
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Violet Palmer in "Ginger," and there
will be an L-Ko. comedy.

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113

'Independent News Bureau, Formerly

Mt. Clemeng News Bureau.)
Aboard President Wilson's Special

Train. It was the president's com

plete utter devotion to the great cause

lie was advocating the instruction of

the American people as to the merits
of the league of nations, that resulted
in the illness that caused the sudden
termination in Wichita. Kansas, of his
3peaking tour. For. more than three

weeks, with but occasional days of re relaxation,
laxation, relaxation, he had been giving the ulti ultimate
mate ultimate ounce of his physical strength
and the last atom of his mentality
to the task of laying before his fellow-countrymen
his explanation of

what the league is and what it means
to the future of the world.
He Won The Hearts Of The Folks
And everywhere he talked he won
the hearts and the allegiance of his

hearers. After the people aad listen

ed to his expounding of the league the
objections to it which had been raised
by his opponents seemed trivial. The
people saw the thing as It really is.
They coulj not help but do so, after
his brilliant answers to all the criti criticisms
cisms criticisms made by those senators who are
against the pact. But, in accomplish accomplishing
ing accomplishing his task, Mr. Wilson overstrained

himself. j
Had Been III Several Days
For several days before the abaxt- j
donment of the tour, those traveling
with him noticed sign of nervousness
about him; but it was only the insist insistence
ence insistence of Dr. Grayson, 'his physician,
which caused him to give up his work.
He wanted to speak in Wichita, where
a splendid crowd waited him in a city
that was beautifully decorated In his
honor, but Dr. Grayson would not per permit
mit permit this, aad Insisted upon Mr. Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's Immediate return to Washington.
These close to the president assured
htm, and he himself believed, that he
has won his case anyhow, and that
the few remaining speeches conld not
have added greatly to the effect he
had already produced throughout the
country.
Wanted To Discuss Shantung
The president had intended at Wi Wichita
chita Wichita to explain further the Ba an tang
matter; how it was Qermasy, and not
China, from whom the' peninsula was
taken by Japan, and that only through
the league of nations could the pos possession
session possession be returned to China, its real
and original owner, lir. Wilson's last
speech at Pueblo, Colo. was one of
the most powerful he delivered during
his tour. lie had intended, as he
neared the conclusion at the trip, to
speak more aad more strongly about
those who opposed the league, and he
voiced some strong opinions in the
Colorado city.

Men Creatine False lm

I have perceived' more
he said, "that men have

creating an absolute!?; false

slon of what the treaty of

th feumt of nations mean ana con

tain. I find, moreover, that there is
an organised propaganda against ths
league proceeding from exactly ths

same sources that the organised propa propaganda
ganda propaganda proceeded from which threaten

eft this country here and there wui

disloyalty, I want to say aad I

not say it too strongly that any man
who carries i hyphen about with him
prHM a. darrer that he is ready to

plunge into the vitals of this republic.

If I can catch any man with a

in this great contest, I will know that
I have got an enemy of the republic.
Foreign Sympathizers AesJast Treaty

"It is only certain bodies of foreign

sympathy certain bodies of sympathy

with foreim nations Chat

ised against this great document which
the American representatives hare
brought back from Paris," the presV

dent declared. He went em to say uiai

anyone who said "we aright
disadvantage tn the league of

was either deliberately falsifying
k.4 rr Md-th documents. He

Dlamed away

criticism caused hy

the assembly, er lesser body,
I of natfesss, the Brt&sh

has six votes, w&fle the Hatted Ctates

has but one.
son. said, is

direct action ef

AM Action it

curred in muttSmensly by all the

berfi. Therefore, the smsie vw
the United States Is smfflelssa to
etd the six votes ef the British

fn th ecmnefL er higher

of the league, Croat Britain has eary
a single vote, last as the United States
and the other nations have.
Quotes Theodore Roosevelt
The president from time to time dar dar-ing
ing dar-ing his tour quoted from the writings
of eminent Republicans.
speech he ejmotad from President
Roosevelt as follows: -The oae effec effective
tive effective move tor obtaining peace is by an
agreement between all the great pow powers
ers powers m which each should pledge it itself
self itself not only to abide by the decisions
of a common tribunal, but to bach it
decisions by force. The great drUized
nations should combine by mn
accent In a great world
fes Iaee of righteousness.- That was
axactrTtbe league of nations idea the
president argued.
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THE OCALA GA ENGINE WORMS
Local Agents for the Old Reliable

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