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OGALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 251
COTTON PRICES ONTARIO WILL
DUTY OF FIXING
DAILY REPORT ARE CLIMBING
Of All the Larger Public Affairs and j
Does What He Can to Straighten
Washington, Oct. 21. The presi president
dent president is being kept informed of the
threatened strike of coal miners, the
treaty situation and the national in industrial
dustrial industrial conference. It was announc announced
ed announced today at the White House that im improvement
provement improvement in his condition the past
few days made it possible for him to
receive from Secretary Tumulty writ written
ten written reports of these and other press pressing
ing pressing problems.
TRYING TO KEEP INDUSTRIAL
President Wilson, despite his ill illness,
ness, illness, today took a personal hand in
the national industrial conference in
an effort to avert the break threaten threatened
ed threatened as a result of the inability of cap capital
ital capital and labor to reach a satisfactory
agreement on collective bargaining
agreement on the collective .bargain .bargaining
ing .bargaining issue.
LONG LETTER TO LANE
In a 600-word letter to Secretary
Lane, chairman of the conference, the
president outlined his views as to the
conference situation. The letter was
immediately sent to Secretary Lane,
who it was explained, was to use it at
his discretion. The text of the presi president's
dent's president's letter was not given out.
PRESIDENT HOLDS HIS OWN
The president's physicians announc announced
ed announced today "that while he did not sleep
as well last night, he showed no
signs of fatigue this morning, and
the prostatic condition was unchang unchanged.
ed. unchanged. WASTED LIVES
Tuberculosis kills producers chief chiefly
ly chiefly men and women between the ages
of 15 and 45.
It claims workers active men and
women in the homes, the office and
It causes 150.000 deaths in the
United States every year,
z It costs the United States in eco economic
nomic economic waste alone about $500,000,000
More than 1,000,00ft persons in this
country are suffering from active
tuberculosis right now.
It menaces every community, every
home and every individual.
And yet tuberculosis is curable and
It is spread largely by. ignorance,
carelessness and neglect.
The National Tuberculosis Asso Association
ciation Association and its 1000 affiliated state and
local organizations wage a continu continuous,
ous, continuous, winning war on tuberculosis.
The work of these organizations is
financed chiefly by the sale of Red
Cross Christmas seals.
Drive the menace of tuberculosis
from your door.
Buy and use Red Cross Christmas
i wmwmm i
Heavy Rains in Texas and Oklahoma
Have Sent the Market
f Associated Press)
New Orleans, Oct. 21. Cotton
prices today were sent to a new high
level for the present buying movement
by heavy rains in Texas and Okla Oklahoma.
homa. Oklahoma. In the first half-hour's busi busi-iness
iness busi-iness the market went 51 to 60 points
up, carrying October to 35.70. or
within one-quarter cent of the high high-eat
eat high-eat contract quotation ever made in
SOARED TO 36 CENTS
Cotton went to 36 cents at noon,
the highest price ever known here.
CONG REG ATION A L MEETING
AT GRAND RAPIDS
( As ociat"d Press)
Grand Rapids, Mich., Oct. 21. The
national council of the Congregation Congregational
al Congregational church of the United States opened
it?, eighteenth biennial convention
FIELD MARSHAL TERAUCHI
Tokio, Monday, Oct. 20. Field
Marshal Count Terauchi, former pre premier
mier premier of Japan, died today.
Terauchi wass premier minister
from October 1016, to September 1918,
when the cabinet he headed resigned.
Candler, Oct. 21. Mrs. L. E. Jones
has returned from a visit to relatives
in Canada and Vermont.
Mrs. Albert McClain has been in
Tampa for the past week, assisting in
'caring for her little granddaughter,
Dorothy Williams, whose many
friends hone to soon hear of her res restoration
toration restoration to health.
Mr. Welch has disposed of his resi residence
dence residence to a Mr. Hyde of Alabama.
Mrs. A. S. Boynton who has been
visiting her relatives, Mrs. Boynton
Sr. and Mrs. Sower, has returned" to
Mr.' and Mrs. Harry Cole, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by their two grandchildren,
are expected this week from Ann
Arbor, Mich. Mr. Cole will erect a
winter "horhe on his lot near the Clark
The Misses Scott of Ocala were -recent
guests of their uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Marshall.
wMr. John Mathews returned from
Jacksonville last Thursday. He went
to the metropolis to deliver a carload
Citrus fruit began to move the last
of the week., Mr. Harry Baxter having
sent a carload to Ocala to be packed
See Main Street Market "special"
advertisement in today's paper and
phone your orders to 108 or 243. 3t
Use the Star's Unclassified CoIujoa
Not the shadow of a
Toronto, Oct. 21. In complete re returns
turns returns from yesterday's election in
which Sir William Hearst, premier of
the province and conservative gov government
ernment government have been swamped, indicate
that Ontario has ?one dry by an over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming majority.
All Members of Fort King Camp,
Woodmen of the World
Be sure to be on hand at the next
regular meeting of the camp, Friday
evening, Oct. 17, to discuss the new
rates imposed on the order by Sov Sovereign
ereign Sovereign Camp. The meeting of the
camp opens at 7:30.
INTERNED ALIENS TURNED OUT
. Associated Press)
Paris, Oct. 21. The first interned
German civilians permitted to return
home left France yesterday. There
remained about 5000 to leave for Ger Germany
many Germany November 2nd.
Our clever young friend, Walter
Moorhead, has gone to Jacksonville,
wher he has a fine position with the
big Merrill-Stevens Company.
NOTICE, EASTERN STARS
A meeting of the Eastern Star
sewing circle will be held at the Ma Masonic
sonic Masonic hall at 3:30 tomorrow after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. USED CAR BARGAINS
One light Buick Six, 5-passenger. J
One almost new Chevrolet, five-pas
One Dodge, five-passenger.
Two Fords, tive-passenger.
One Ford Roadster.
One Maxwell, five-passenger.
R. R. CARROLL, Ocala. Jla.
One Republic special -ton truck.
One light Ford truck.
One. worm-gear driven Maxwell
tf R. R. CARROLL. Ocala, Fla.
See Main Street Market "special"
advertisement in today's paper and
phone your orders to 108 or 243. 3t
Those Kant Leak Nipples will suit
the baby, and they are better than
other nipples. Gerig's Drug Store.
Advertise in the Weekly Star.
Canada's Biggest Province
Adopted the Sign of
So they Claim, Also Another Great
Victory is Announced by
London, Oct. 21. Orel has been re
taken by the bolsheviki, who also de
feated nineteen regiments of Mara on
toff's army outside of Vorenezh, ac
cording to a wireless sent out by the
soviet government in Moscow.
FATAL COLLISION IN THE
NEW YORK SUBWAY
.. (Associated Press)
New York, Oct. 1. Four persons
were killed and several injured in a
rear-end collision of two elevated
trains near 175th street this morning.
4 COLORED PEOPLE
North and South, Radicals are Work Working
ing Working Among the Negroes
(New York Times)
Washington, Oct. 18. Evidence in
the possession of the government of
the efforts of agitators of the I. W.
W., bolshevist and radical socialist
groups to stir up discontent among
the negroes, paralleling the agitation
that is being carried on in industrial
centers of the north and west, where
there are many alien laborers. A well
defined campaign is on to drive the
negro voters out of the old political
parties and line them up with radical
The I. W. W. is using every propa propaganda
ganda propaganda that it possesses to win the ne negroes
groes negroes to that organization. The doc doctrines
trines doctrines of Lenine and Trotzky are be being
ing being circulated among negroes in all
parts of the country. Those in charge
of this are negroes, and two of the
leaders, according to federal officials,
are former Harvard students now
residents of New York city. As in the
case of propaganda among white
workers, the principal agencies used
are newspapers, magazines, and so so-called
called so-called "negro betterment" organiza organizations.
tions. organizations. In one of the widely circulated ne negro
gro negro publications, to the financial sup support
port support of which Morris Hillquit and
Scott Nearing have contributed, is in
a recent issue an invitation to the ne negroes
groes negroes to align themselves with the,
"It is now recognized," the article
states, "that the place -man is fast
coming into a knowledge of the true
means of his emancipation. He is
grasping the force and value of so socialism.
cialism. socialism. He begins to discover the
value of the ownership of the services
of wealth and the tools of production
by the worker himselff He begins to
see that when the natural resources
and the public utilities are democrat democratically
ically democratically owned (owned by all the peo-
! pie) and are democratically manag-
I ed (managed by all the people) it is
then that he will be his own master,
and the mastership of the union
league pirates will have come -to an
This same paper says on the bene benefits
fits benefits of bolshevism:
"Will bolshevism accomplish the
full freedom of Africa, colonies in
i which negroes are in the majority,
and promote human tolerance and
happiness. In the United States by
the eradication of the causes of such
'disgraceful occurrences as the Wash Washington
ington Washington and Chicago race riots? The
, answer is deductable from the anal anal-j
j anal-j ogy of soviet Russia, a country in
which dozens of racial and lingual
i types have 'settled their many diff er er-;
; er-; ences and found a common meeting
I ground, a country which no longer
j oppresses colonies, a country from
! which the lynch rope is banished and
iti which racial tolerance and peace
A negro magazine published in New
York says that "the present order of
strikes ought to impress the millions
of negro workers in the South. The
exploiting class in all parts of the
world can appreciate a blow in the
pocketbook. Negroes must form cot
ton workers' unions. Southern white
capitalists know that the negroes can
bring the white bourbon South to its
knees. So go to it."
In another negro publication was
recently published, under the caption,
"Bolshevism Not Lawlessness," the
"Lenine and Trotzky, despite their
personal ambitions, are not arch
fiends, else they would be slavishly
driving the millions under them to
death with the whip of political cor corruption
ruption corruption and industrial degeneracy.
Bolshevism is not an institution of
lynching, segregation and disfran disfranchisement.
chisement. disfranchisement. It is an institution of se security,
curity, security, equality, giving the ballot to
every male and female eighteen years
"Lenine and Trotzky, judging them
fairly as all men should be judged,
are not tyrannizing; they are demo democratically
cratically democratically eliminating all waste and
unproductive matter entirely or com compressing
pressing compressing it within spheres of commu
This propaganda among negroes is
well financed and it is understood
that the authorities know the source
of the funds.
Jonteel Rouge in three colors, rec recommended
ommended recommended and sold by Gerig's Drug
Of the Deposition of Ratification of
Peace Treaty Will be Left with
Paris, Oct. 21. The supreme coun council
cil council of the peace conference has decided
to entrust to the military authorities
of the Allies the duty of fixing the
date for deposition of ratification of
the peace treaty with Germany, which
date will mark the coming into force
of the convention, says the Echo de
Ocala, Fla., October 14, 191.
The board of county commissioners
met with all members present.
Bill of the Ocala Banner for print printing
ing printing general laws and acts of the 1919
legislature was presented and the
board approved the same for payment
by the state.
Col. R. F. Rogers, C. W. Hunter
and Mr. Nathan Mayo appearea and
urged the board to donate the sum of
$500 toward the holding of the county
fair. The same was considered by
the board and upon motion of Com Commissioner.
missioner. Commissioner. Carn, seconded by Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Davis, the board voted to
donate the above named amount to
apply on premiums for agricultural
products at the coming fair.
The citizens road committee ap appeared
peared appeared before the board and after
conference with the commissioners
and a discussion of the proposed
roads, submitted the folowing report.
Summary of Proposed Road Improve
(Brick, Asphalt or Concrete)
State road No. 2, from the Alachua
county line to Lake county line, 46.0
(To be Later Hard Surfaced with
-Federal, State and County Funds)
Road No. 23, from road No. 2, south
via Belleview junction and Summer-
field to the Sumter county line, 7.5
(Or Other Hard Surface)
Road No. 35, Silver Springs junction
to Sharp's Ferry, 7.0 miles.
Road No. 3, Ocala to Citra, 17.4
Road No. 10, Lowell, Fairfield and
Flemington road, 9.3 miles.'
Road No. 14, Ocala to Juliette, via
St. Johns church to road No. 5, 21.0
Road No. 24, Orange avenue to the
Sumter county line, 14.0 miles.
Road No. 44. Silver Springs to
Grahamville junction, 5.0 miles.
Road No. 6, Sparr to Lowell, 5.0
Road No. 7, Citra to Irvine, 9.5
Road No. 8, Mcintosh, Flemington
and to county line, 14.0 miles.
Road No. 12, Ocala, Blitchton and
to county line, 18.3 miles.
Road No. 20, Dunnellon junction to
Stokes Ferry, 6.0 miles.
Road No. 25, Orange avenue to
Summerfield, 4.5 miles.
Road No. 32, Oklawaha, White's
Ferry, Moss Bluff road, 5.5 miles.
Road Nt. 33, Candler to Oklawaha,
Road No. 37, Stanton to the Lake
county line, 17.5 miles.
Road No. 38, Sulphur City to the
Daytona road, 2.5 miles.
Road No. 39, Altoona to Sulphur
City, 1.0 miles.
Road No. 50. Summerfield to Weirs Weirs-dale,
dale, Weirs-dale, 8.0 miles.
State road No. 5, Dunnellon to
Romeo and Levy county, 10.0 miles.
Dunnellon-Inglis road, 1.0 miles.
Summerfield to North Lake Weir,
Road No. 35, Sharps Ferry to
Lynne, 5.0 miles. :
Road No. 35, Lynne to Moss Bluff,
Sparr to one mile east of Eureka
ferry, 14.0 miles.
Total, 213.0 miles.
Note: Road No. 20 conditional upon
procuring right of way through Red Red-ding's
ding's Red-ding's farm.
Road No. 34, Ocala to Montague,
Road No. 51, Mcintosh via Hickman
to Shiloh, 7.0 miles.
Road No. 52, state road No. 2, to
Boardman station, 1.0 miles.
Road No. 53, Fairfield to Irvine. 3.0
Road No. 3. Citra to Putnam coun
ty line, 8.0 miles.
Road No. 4, Citra to Island Grove,
Road No. 18, Pine Island to Mark-
hem place, 4.0 miles.
Road No. 36, Lynne to Norwalk
road, 4.5 miles.
Road No. 43, Moss Bluff to Mc
Craney estate, 7.05 miles.
Road No. 44, Grahamville junction
to Grahamville, section No. 2, 1.0
Road No. 44, Grahamville junction
to Orange Springs, section No. 3, 22.0
Road No. 14, Ocala-Juliette road to
Romeo, 7.0 miles.
Flemington to Alachua county line,
Brush lot corner west to Fleming
ton road, 2.0 miles.
Big Fortress Guarding Petrograd Yet
in Hands of the Bolsheviki
London, Oct. 21. The fortress of
Kronstadt was still in bolsheviki
hands Sunday .according to a Daily
Mail dispatch from Finland. There There-norted
norted There-norted raisintr of the whitt flntr nt
Kronstadt Friday is still unexplained.
CHIEF BOL HAS SKIPPED
Amsterdam, Oct. 20. Zinovieff,
chief bolshevik government represen representative
tative representative at Petrograd, has withdrawn
from the city taking with him all men
able to bear arms, according to the
German press. Official documents
were taken to Moscow.
FORTY DEATHS IN A MINE
Penzance; England, Oct. 21 A dis disaster
aster disaster in the Levant mine at St. Just
today caused about forty deaths.
Many miners were injured.
Mclntosh-Flemington road to Hick Hickman
man Hickman road, 2.0 miles.
Fairfield t Oak Hill. 4.0 miles.'
Total, 87.5 miles.
Steel draw bridge at Starke's ferry.
Hard surfaced roads 46.0 miles
Rock base 7.5 miles
Rock, gravel or other
hard surface 213.0 miles
Graded .87.5 miles
Total 354.0 miles
The board of county commissioners
accepted the report of the citizens
road committee and upon motion a
vcteoi thanks was extended to i.hem
by the board for their efforts.
Mr. W. D. Carn, a member of said
board, introduced the following reso resolution
lution resolution and moved its adoption:
"Whereas, the board of county com commissioners
missioners commissioners of Marion county, Florida,
deem it expedient and to the best in interests
terests interests of said county to issue the
county bonds of Marion county, Fla.,
for the purpose of constructing pav paved,
ed, paved, macadized or other hard surfaced
highways; now, therefore be it
"Resolved, That this board does
hereby determine by this resolution
to be entered in the minutes of said
board that the amount of bojids re required
quired required for the purpose above mentior mentior-ed
ed mentior-ed is the sum of one milion, five hun hundred
dred hundred thousand ($1,500,000) dollars;
that the rate of interest to be paid
thereon is five per cent per annum,
payable semi-annually, the first in interest
terest interest payment being due six months
after the date of said bonds; that said
bonds shall be dated January 1, 1920;
that said bonds, shall be in the denom denomination
ination denomination of one thousand dollars each
and shall become due and payable as
"375 of said bonds shall be due and
payable ten years from their, date;
"375 of said bonds shall be due and
payable fifteen years from their date;
"750 of said bonds shall be due and
payable 20 years from their, date."
Mr. J. W. Davis, a member, of said
board, thereupon seconded the motion
to adopt said resolution, which motion
was unanimously carried and the said
resolution declared adopted.
Thereupon, Mr. J. W. Dvis, a mem
ber of said board, introduced the fol
lowing resolution, which was unani unanimously
mously unanimously adopted:
"Resolved, That an election be and
the same is hereby ordered held in
Marion county, Florida, at which the
question shall be submitted to the
legal voters of said county whether
or not the bonds described in the fore
going resolution of this board this
day adopted, shall be issued, that the
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
AMERICAN RED CROSS.
Recreation in Hospitals.
The American Bed Cross conducts lta recreational work In horpltals
; through trained men and women, Introducing a multitude of recreations suited
to the handicaps of th men. The accompanying vUw of a hospital ward
howi In operation a moving picture projecting machine, developed by a Bed
Cross recreational director, which throws the pictures on the wall so that
the men do not have to stir from their cot.
Plans Were Discovered by the French
and Leading Conspirators
Put in Prison
Paris, Oct. 21. Plans for a revolt
in Alsace to occur November 9th,
dere discovered at Strasbourg, ac according
cording according tothe Echo de Paris. The al alleged
leged alleged arch conspirator, an engineer
named Koesaler, and two accom accomplices
plices accomplices were arrested.
JUGO-SLAVS IN PARIS
The Jugo-Slav delegation to the
peace conference, headed by former"
Pxemier Pachitch, arrievd in Paris
this mroning from Belgrade. The
delegation brought instructions from
the home government concerning the
BIENNIAL SESSION OF
UNIVERSALISTS AT BALTIMORE
Baltimore, Oct. 21. The biennial
session of the general convention of
the Universalist church opened here
GREAT SCREEN STORY
"The Unpardonable Sin" is an au authorized
thorized authorized screen version of Major Ru Rupert
pert Rupert Hughes' story bythe same name.
Thousands read the remarkable nar narrative
rative narrative ofact in fiction dress when it
was first published in serial form in
the Red Book Magazine. More thou thousands
sands thousands were added to the list when the
Harper & Bros, editions of the story,
in complete novel form, came from
Motion picture men, with their
fingers on the public purse, some time
before "The Unpardonable Sin" had
been completed, had arrived at the
conclusion that the people were tired
of "war pictures." Familiar with the
story of "The Unpardonable Sin,"
some werej. inclined to class it among
the screen productions which had
come too late and dismiss it as a
Only in the sense that the Bible Is
a "war story," for the reason that it
deals with a multitude, of wars, is the
new Harry Garson production of "The
Unpardonable Sin" a "war picture."
Just as the Bible in its entirety is a
narrative of war, adventure and ex exploration
ploration exploration a compilation of poetry
and prose intended to stand out as
a never-to-be-forgotten treatise on
morality, with all its varied subject
matter used as a background, just so
"The Unpardonable Sin" is a creation
for entertainment purposes made
with incidents of the recent world
var as a background. Insofar as the
war incidents deal with the action o
the picture, it is unquestionably true
that they might just as well have been
chosen from some -earlier war "in the
history of the world. There re no
combat scenes adroitly staged to hold
the interest no atrocities pictures to
arouse sympathies and stir up hat hatreds.
reds. hatreds. A love story, a tale of adven adventure,
ture, adventure, some facts to make one think
all these have been combined to make
"The Unpardonable Sin" just what
critics everywhere concede it to "be,
namely, one of the foremost screen at attractions
tractions attractions which has 'ever been pro produced.
duced. produced. Call it what you will. The public
will appraise the story for them themselves..
selves.. themselves.. It is just a great zig- photo photoplay
play photoplay production with more angles to
its story than have been touched upon
by any picture thus far produced.
Our 15-cent loaf of BUTTERNUT
is the best bread baked by anyone,
anywhere, at any price. Fact! Try, it.
Carter's Bakery. . 16-tf
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V. LeavrDKood, Secretary-Treasurer
J. II. Ilenjamln, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as
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ntltleu lor the use lor republication of
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the way, says the Shriners had
ereat time in the nrettv old city
Tallahassee. They put the Injun sitrn
on the president of the State College
for Women, and he let all the girls
out to see the parade, and Mr. Ben-;
nett says the girls were better worth
seeing than the parade, which is .see-';
ing some, as the Shriners are alway. alway.-some
some alway.-some sight. The Shriners had a nice ;
little surprise for Governor Catts. but j
the gov. kept out of their way. j
Men and Women Form Good Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship Club Together Under
Y. V. C. A. Leaderthlp.
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SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
JAPAN FOUGHT FOR SHANTUNG j
RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c.; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in ad
)ne year, in advance
Six months, in advance....
Three months, In advance.
One month, in advance....
One yar, in advance
Six months, in advance
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance...
Dlftolny: Plate 10c. Der Inch for con
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tions insertions 25 per cent additional. Composi Composition
tion Composition charged on ads. that run less than
six times 5c. per inch. Special position
20 per cent additional. Rates based on
4-Inch minimum. 1 than four inches
will take: higher rate, which will be
furnished on application.
Headline 'otIcew 5c. per line for first
.Insertion; 3c. per line for each subse subsequent
quent subsequent insertion. One change a week
allowed on readers without extra com composition
position composition charges,
will be made for mounting.
L,egal advertisements at legal rates.
Electros must be mounted, or charge
Senator Borah speaks of China as
an "old friend and associate of the
United States." Oh, Lord! Who in the
United States associates with China Chinamen?
men? Chinamen? Some of the moonshine whisky that
trickles 'around here occasionally has
not only a fierce kick but a high tra trajectory.
jectory. trajectory. We obtained a small drink
ot it late Saturday night, and the
resultant headache did not develop
until Monday morning.
A professional gambler' may be "j
good little sport" and he may be an
arrant cheat is generally the latter.
In either case, he is a lawbreaker
and a scab on the face of the com
munity. He is also a vagrant, for he
does nothintr in return for his food
Editor Star: I have always been i
under the impression that Japan took j
Shantung from Germany. 1 read at j
the time she took it .she lost thousand j
of men by German bullets, and spent
millions of dollars. j
If she really did rob China of thatj
peninsula, I wonder how I could have j
ben so badly mistaken. j
Political or theological, sophistry ;
can prove anything. It might prove,
that China fought heroically to de-j
fend Shantung against the invading j
Japanese. The "bogie of facts" has
much more influence with, sensible;
men than sophistry. j
It may be that the Miami Herald j
is unacquainted with recent hi.-.tory. j
Yours truly, W. A. Mosely. j
Buena Vista, Fla., Oct. 16. j
Our correspondent is correct. Ger
many, on a
The Good Fellowship Clnb has mads
Its appearance In society In Half chow,
It begn with the desire of a pro
gressive young Chinese doctor to give
his compHtrlots, especially the Chris Christians,
tians, Christians, some healthful form of social In Intercourse.
tercourse. Intercourse. Channels for a good, clean, social
life Hiaoiig Chinese people are very
limited. Until recently becoming a
Christian often meant cutting oneself
off from one's friends and relatives,
also from feast days and festivals.
As for Joint meetings of men and wom women
en women well, such a thing was never heard
of In decent society..
The young doctor's plan of having
a clul where men and their wives
might corne together to enjoy a good
time with each other was discouraged
and sniffed at.
FOR RENT Furnished bedroom,
next door to public library. Mrs. Ola
condition. Needham. Bros., opposite'
Harrington Hall hotel, agents for the j
Scripps-Booth automobile, Ocala,
FOR SALE One large size heating
stove for coal or wood; also one small
wood heater. T. M. Moore. Phone 95,
or call at CO) East Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. 18-3t
WANTED Cash register. Must be in
good condition. State price. 'Address
P. O. Box 12S, Ocala. Fla. 15-Ct
OJmfj- tie movm Pture3
hurt your eyes, it is not
WANTED 10,000 bushels of pea peanuts
nuts peanuts at once. Can use any variety.
We also want your furs, hides, wool,
seed cotton, etc. Ocala Exchange and
Hide Co.. N. Magnolia St.. Carmich Carmich-ael
ael Carmich-ael building. See the wildcat in the
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, S14 South Main St. 23-tf
e pictures it is your
DR. K. J. WE I HE,
Optometrist and Optician.
Shantung from China some twenty,
years ago, and treated it like it was'
a conquered province. When the j
great war broke out. Japan joined the j
Allies, and rendered most eihcientj
-w V t 1 (.
service. Japanese soiaiers, oy narai
fighting and with the loss of many!
men retook this territory. Japan also i
kept the Pacific clear of German
ships during the war, and undoubted-
y saved our own-country much loss.
The treatment of Japan by some
Americans is thru sheer ignorance;
by others simply from a. desire to
spite and thwart Woodrow Wilson.
Col. Bob Rogers says "the people o
Fort McCoy say they will not vote for
bonds unless they are given a road
TViof Jo -foif onnn rrV fVlov Vl m 1 1 f? VlSJVA
M. iiuu luii v 1 1 w w i w w
a road. The Lake Kerr section and than the truth to say
WOOD Phone 146 for all lenghths
However a few oeoDls oak or pine wood; thoroughly season-
most flimsy pretext, took agreed to be pioneers In the cause of ed. Special price on quantity orders..
After spending most of her life
sine she was a little girl as a "news "newspaper
paper "newspaper man," Mrs. Chas. H. Lloyd has
laid down her pen and gone to Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, to keep house for Mr. Lloyd,
who immediately after obtaining hisl
V 1 J. j 1 1
aiscnarge irom ine army was onereu
a first-class position by a big firm of
that city. Mrs. Lloyd will be much
missed in Ocala, where she was born
and passed her life except for occas occasional
ional occasional visits to other cities. She is a
brilliant woman, a society favorite
and well beloved by all who have
known her as she grew from baby babyhood
hood babyhood to the full life and work of
womanhood. She early took part in
the publication of her father's paper,
the Banner, and learned to write from
him. She originated the society de department
partment department of the Banner, and et the
pace in that work for many other
writers in the state, it is no more
that she had
fice. Bargain. Good reason for selling.
Address P. O. Box 577. 18-6t
WANTED Peanuts and Chufas
Two thousand bushels Florida run runners,
ners, runners, five hundred bushels each Small
and Improved Spanish or Valencia,
also five hundred bushels Chufas.
Send samples and name price. Kilgore
Seed Co., Plant City, Fla. 17-6t
w c A sec- rut in your winter
retaries agreed to help make the club bmoak s Wood Yard.
At first the meetings of the club 1 FOR SALE Nice residence in good!
were laughed at by outsiders and the neighborhood. Bargain at $3800. Easy
whole affair considered a Joke. How- terms. Annly to P. O. Box 575. 6-m
ever, the members kept on meeting,
first at one house and then at another. IFOR SALE Nine-room house, large
Soon the men got 'over the feeling of porches, cistern, garage, first class
strangenessat starting out with their condition; three blocks from postof
wives on Tuesday evening ror a
friend's home. The women began to
enjoy the outing and to take part in
the discussions an Intelligent part,
too much to the surprise of their hus husbands.
bands. husbands. The membership grew. The club's
fame began to spread. At first th dis discussions
cussions discussions of the club were conducted In
English. Soon It became necessary
for them to be carried on In Chinese
so that more of the women could un underhand
derhand underhand and take part. Many of the
scoffers began to apply for admission.
The memlters began indulging In much
friendly chaffing and occasionally for forgo
go forgo their dignity to play Jokes on one
another. Finally It became so large
that It had to be divided into two sec sections,
tions, sections, which met separately three
FOR SALE Pair of good mules,
wagon and harness. Apply to B. H.
Seymour, 306 North Magnolia street,
Ocala, Fla. 17-Ct
Bring your car to
Baxter & Grubbs
G 21 F 21 CI
for the best and'?quickest
We repair all makes of
We wash, polishand
pull in carsjfrom any distance.
Open 6 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Tompkins' Stable Corner
We Buy and Sell
Secdhd Hand Cars
Salt Springs also deserve a good road,
which would bring them thousands of
new residents in a few years.
II. W. J. Ham, one of Georgia's
foremost humorists, introduced the
name of "snollygoster," which he said
applied to any person who was pos possessed
sessed possessed with an entirely unappeasable
and unquenchable thirst for office.
Say, do you know anybody in Florida
who is possessed that way? Or any anybody
body anybody in Ocala?
Hizzoner Mayor Chace is attending
the convention of the Southern Dental
Association in New Orleans this
week. Dr. Chace is not only the
highly creditable mayor of one of the
best little towns in the South, but
stands in the front of his profession.
He always has important work to do
at the conventions. $
Ocala at her fingers'ends, and wrote
of its affairs most accurately and en entertainingly.
tertainingly. entertainingly. She has also for several
years been correspondent for the
Tiems-Union and Tampa Tribune. In
enterprise and accuracy she could
give points to many of the leading
newspaper men of the state. Mrs.
Lloyd is a eharming woman as well
as a brilliant one. Jacksonville gains
as Ocala loses by her change of resi residence,
dence, residence, but the best wishes of the
friends she has made in her child childhood,
hood, childhood, girlhood and young womanhood
will follow her and abide with her in
her new home.
WANTED Young ladies at the
Greek-American Restaurant as wait waitresses.
resses. waitresses. 114 S. Magnolia St. 10-tf
. Marion county has arranged to be
well represented at the state fair this
year and it will also resume its noted
county fair, which had to be abandon abandoned
ed abandoned for a' time on account of the war.
That's the spirit. Times-Union.
Where did the Times-Union obtain
itf. information? The Marion County
Fair has never missed a year isnce it
started. Why, in 1917, in the darkest
.days of the war, we held a fair, just
to show the war couldn't make us
quit. Marion is the unquittingest
county in the state.
Yesterday, we wrote very plainly
that Mr. C. C. Bennett was one of the
Ocala Shriners who went to Tallahas
see, but our linotype is so used to set
ting E. C. Bennett that it persists in
making every Bennett in the county
manager of the Temple Theater. We
are going to write him. down as plain
Ed. after this. Mr. C. C. Bennett, by
f'u seafa i ."fyS
Tires and Tubes
The Star erred in its statement a
few days ago that Mr. John Talton
had succeeded Mr. R. S.'Hall as presi
dent of the Marion Fair Association.
Mr. Hall is yet president, but as he
has not been very well lately, this with
his large and pressing business af affairs
fairs affairs prevent him from giving the'at-
tention he would like to give to the
faJr. Mr. Talton has been selected as
general manager. He has full ac acquaintance
quaintance acquaintance with our fairs, having
helped out with half a dozen or more ;
of them, beside which his extensive
knowledge of the county, and well
proved business ability make him
just exactly the man for the place.
Now if everybody will turn in and
he!) Johnny, we'll have a rreat fair.
FOR SALE Three small cottages
close in,' a good -investment. See them
at once, and for all kinds of real
Tuesday evenings In the month and on estate see F. W. Ditto, Ocala, Fla. 6t
the fourth Tuesday met together for a
Joint session, with a special program. FOR SALE (Wood Cut to Order.)
Students Ju,st returned from Amerl- Reduce the high cost of keeping corn corn-can
can corn-can and German colleges, an old Bud- fortable this winter by buying your
dhlst scholar who is particularly Inter- wood cut ready to burn direct from
ested in the discussion on Buddhism the producer, thereby saving the
and Christianity, merchants, railroad profits of the city wood yard. Orders
and government officials compose the filled anywhere in the city. Phone
men's side of the room, 'in women 30, 1. C. P. Howell, Ocala. 4-m
are still a bit shy about talking in
front of go many people, but many of
them show signs of great executive
ability and power of leadership. They
are all well poised, clear thinking Indi
viduals, who will have a great influ influence
ence influence on China's future. They discuss
among themselves group meetings In
their various churches, the lack of
amusements for Chinese women, social
service work, subscription lists for the
orphanage, cake making, types of
stoves, baby diets, the latest engage engagement
ment engagement and other .topics such as one
would hear discussed by a group of
women gathered together any place In
The social part of the evening la giv given
en given over to games, which at first
astound the sober Chinese gentlemen,
but which they take up with great zest
after the first evening. And their
wives enjoy it just as greatly.
Real American picnics are the latest
thing which the club hag tried, and
they are a great success. A Christmas
play is being planned now.
Shop Phone 516
Resident Phone 536
All makes of REVOLVERS at spec
ial prices. Jake's. 15-4t
and other skin injuries are
dangerous if allowed to become
It instantly soothes, disinfects and heal
Keep a bottle on jour shelf for emergencies.
Ask your druggist for it
FOR SALE Auto Bargains. 1917 v t is. Moot ran err.
Reo six, 1917 Ford. All in first class I e0 V 0.,
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 line 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.
- - -
11 1111 ILi ID O) 1LUUM
N. Magnolia St.
A A A A "A J
Send Us Your
OCALA STEAM LAUNDRY
r T jr r ww 9W0 mW S j w
SAVE MONEY ON MEAT
We always handle the best fresh meat to be
had and our prices are always the lowest
Round Steak 23c. IBest Pork Chops 30c.
Loin Steak :...20c. Pork Sausage 25c
Stew Meat 15c.
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc.
NEW YORK MEAT MARKET
ENGLISH IS COMMON TONGUE.
The Star was talking today with a
man who came here some years ago
and bought a first-class piece of farm farming
ing farming land. lie should be getting rich
instead he says he will have to quit.
The only thing that troubles him is
uncertainty of labor. He pays good
wages, but he never knows when a
man will be at work. If the farmers
of this county, and other Florida
counties, will form co-operative
unions they can put a stop to this.
There is no sense in feeding a man
who only half works.
WEIRSDALE W. C. T. U.
Chinese Qlrla Learn It t Talk te On
Chinese vromen students la the Tang
Fu College, Peking, China, are obliged
to learn English In order to talk with
one another because of th different
dialects used by the student body.
Girls from the extreme western
provinces of China, who attend the
school, must remain In Peking daring
all of the eight years required for
their high school an 4 college train training,
ing, training, because to return each summer
would require six weeks for the trip
one way and would cost more than a
trip to America" snd return.
Girls from each of the western
provinces speak a different language
and they cannot understand one an another
other another any more than they can the girls
from northern, southern, eastern or
central' provinces. Hence, they have
adopted English as a common tongue.
w t- 57--l V south r
Look I Here is the glebe spread out flat before
your eyes. See those stars? Every star shows
where a U.S. Navy ship was on Sept. 2nd, 1919.
The Navy travels the Seven Seas.
the World ?
NEW SCHOOL FOR CHINA.
OCALA AUTO & j
I GARAGE CO. J
The Weirsdale V. C. T. U. held its
monthly business meeting October 1
in the Presbyterian church at 3:30 p.
m. Plans for work were formulated
for the coming year. Officers pre previously
viously previously elected are as follows: Presi President,
dent, President, Mrs. J. F. Sigmon; vice presi presidents,
dents, presidents, Mrs. J. M. Douglas and Mrs.
Allen Cameron; secretary, Mrs. H. L.
Straub; treasurer, Mrs. A. M. Reed.
Seven departments were chosen to
work in and superintendents appoint appointed
ed appointed as follows:
Christian Citizenship, Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Snook; Mother's Work, Mrs. V.
P. Kelsey; Scientific Temperance In Instruction,
struction, Instruction, Mrs. Harry Kimble; Medi Medical
cal Medical Temperance, Dr. Olive Swan;
Flower Mission Work, Miss Carrie
Frank; L. T. L. Work, Mrs. H. Jaco Jaco-by;
by; Jaco-by; Temperance and Missions, Mrs.
The committees appointed are:
Membership, Mrs. J. D. Walling,
Mrs. J. M. Douglas; visiting sick,
Mrs. H. Jacoby, Mrs. H. L. Straub;
literature, Miss Grace Snook; Union
Signal agents, Mrs. Herbert Read,!
Mrs. A. M. Reed; press reporter, Mrs.
J. F. Sigmon.
. The next meeting will be held Oct.
30th, at 3:30 p. m. Christian citizen citizenship
ship citizenship work. The topic will be "Law
Everybody is cordially invited to
Mrs. J. F. Sigmon, Reporter.
Y. W. C. A. Secures New Site for Girls'
Physical Training School.
A new borne has been found for the
Physical Training School which the
Young Women's Christian Association
has opened for native girls In Shang
The school, while In the country, Is
not far distant frora th National
Headquarters of th T. W. C. A. In
Shanghai nor far from th local t. W.
C. A. The grounds cover eighteen
"mow," which means approximately
six acres, and are divided by a private
road. A foreign resident already on
the grounds will be used by the Ameji Ameji-nn
nn Ameji-nn teachers, whll native buildings on
he othr side will furnish living Quar Quar-rs
rs Quar-rs and classrooms for the E3 atu atu-nts.
nts. atu-nts. The grounds boast a garden, tennis
uurts and an athletic field.
We can furnish you with the
, PARSON BROWN,
LUE GIM GONG,
WARTMANN NURSERY CO
MANCE is calling to you!
Strange and smiling foreign lands
are beckoning to you. Shove off and
see the world 1
Learn to 4 4 parley voo in' gay
Paree. See the bull-fights in Panama.
See surf-riding on the beach of
Learn the lure that comes with the
swish and swirl of the good salt sea.
Eat well free; dress well free; sleep
clean free; and look 'cm all straight
in the eye British, French, Chinese,
Japanese, Spaniards, Egyptians, Alge Algerians
rians Algerians and all manner of people.
Come! Be a real man of the world.
See the world. See it with the red-
blooded, hard-working, hard-playing
men of the U. S. Navy.
Pay begins the day you join.. On
board ship a man is always learning.
Trade schools develop skill, industry
and business ability. Thirty days care-
free holiday each year with full pay.
The food is good. First uniform out outfit
fit outfit is furnished free. Promotion
is unlimited for men of brains. You
can enlist for two years and come out
broader, stronger and abler.
Shove off! Join the U. S. Navy. If
you're between 17 and 35 go to the
nearest recruiting station for all the
details. If you don't know where it is
ask your postmaster.
OCA LA EVENING STAB, TLESDAY, OCTOBER 2L 1919
A SUKE WAY TO SAVE ON TIRES
Let u vulcanize all of your old used
tires which can possibly be saved in
Jiis way. Our vulcanizing process
jitively prolongs the life of both
tirew and tubes. Figure it out for
yourself and you will see what a big
saving w can creat; for you in your
NOTICE TO WOODMEN
All members of Poinsettia Grove
No. 22 are requested to be present
at the meeting tonight, Tuesday. Oct. ;
21st, at 7:30 o'clock at the W. O. W..
hail. This is to be a social meeting,
and all members are urged to be
III III II III I IIKKt-MI
BUK Y-H ANGER
: passed through town this morning,
en route to fcteir heme. They were
accompanied by Mr. Clarence Wood-J
ward, of Cotton Plant. After spend-!
:r v tf-VPrsl Hvs in T?arriT2r Vo xr-ill t
If you have any society Hems for : viit rfeIativfe3 ia Bo7v!ir.g Greea and
Uie tarf p:ease T,hoire f.ve-two-three. ; othfef in So,.th Florida raej
, wa straveling by auto and will'
Mr. Rowrrt W.nev.-s ar.ci Mrs. G. A. ?r) by way Orlando, Ki&simmee and:
lancey of Cannier, were visitors Y.'ir.ttr Haven. i
Oca la todav. 1 I
Mrs. E. J. Lvtle of Ea-tlake is the1
The Star has received the following
j guest of he"r parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Witwer of;
C U rj T I l i & t r
Mr r fr "ulu xiiu, iiiu., aou Jir. ana jurs
'Charles Zimmerman of Miles, Mich-,!
announcement: j : ; are the guests for a few clays of MrJ
"Mr. and Mrs. A. Sanford Hanger j Mf returned!1 Mre- J- M. Meffert en route toj
announce the marriage of their Jox N C. where he spent "P re they expert to spend-
daughter Nell Virginia, to Mr Jee the wintir.
Davis Buky, on 3ionday, October thej i i
sixm, nineteen nunarea ana nineteen,; Su,ife Haycraft spfcnt Sunday' Julian Bullock of Ocala was in the
..aJem, V lrginia. ... j at her pleasant co-jntrv home near cty Saturday, meeting former friends
At home after October twelfth, Ffcllo.A.ahip. and was extended a warm welcome.
Palatka, Florida. j j He attended the football game and
3ir. cuKy uvea several years mi Mja T uri u,,r ha rtrr.wi m enjoyed a most nlfcasant dav in vprv
ht. Petersburg after a pleasant visit i respect, notwitnstanaing the wet
Ocala, during which time he was con connected
nected connected with the Star. He was a first first-class
class first-class printer and a firnt-class young
man, and made friends with all who
kt.ew him here. The Star has the
best of wishes for him and his bride.
to her aunt, Mrs. F. W. Ditto.
The year books of the Ocala Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club for the club year VjVj-Vj'JO
are bemg distributed this week.
A full line of Ingersoll watches just Mr. c. w. Effinger returned yes-
is at Gerig's Drug Store.
Rye, rape and oats. Get our prices
before buying. Ocala Seed Store, tf
i '4' t
: J -t:
4 if i
Admission 50c including Tax
Showing 4-7 and 9pm
Peptona is the ideal Tonic, and is
only one dollar for a full pint bottle,
plus the war tax of four centa. Gerig'a
Drug Store. 29-tf
At a meeting of the city council held
on the 8th inist., the registration hooka
of the city were revieed and the fol following
lowing following names, ordered stricken there therefrom:
from: therefrom: j
Anthony, E. C. Ufnter, U. J.
Atkinaon. W. ft.
iilitch, O. J.
Buah. W. W.
Caldwell. J. C.
avi, Oeo. Jr.
I'.'ynn. It. W.
ioin, W. A.
C'rahani, A. A.
Img, J. IJ.
Uoife, F T.
Norwood, W. U.
ifeynolrl. II, A.
.'an-y. K. ;S.
.Smith, K. C.
hi-, hen, fiunyan
Howell, C. U
V. elch, D. fi.
U'igiriB, J. A.
Vaters, J. J.
', waJi, C. H.
Achley. II. J. JoneM. J. T.
Urannan, 11. A. Kirklar.d, C. X.
Hullock. It. H. Ki -hline, J G.
liaurn, li. U. I.itner. C. J.
j Joirvy.eau, John iIaK.ffy, V. O.
f.'o'int. II. W. Merhon. M. 1
Connor, C K. Morri. C.
Clarkson. Hoht. E. fc:ianc-, F. E
Colby, E. It.
anpb-U II. C.
Oatels, U'. if.
v on nor, K. t
Col-rrian, V. H.
CoHnor, It. O.
lals, G. V.
Flippun. C. F.
lilcDonahl J. L.
Nt wsorn, V. V. -Jr
Osborne, E. M.
I'olley, E. A.
Ivabody. C. It.
I'asteur, T li.
i't-drlck, C. Ik
ond. W. SL
Jtcntz, E. 1'.
ito-s, 11. J.
tolinson, II. E
ItayBor. II. C.
Fi airier, E. Carroll J livers. E. G
luntz, E. 11.
.Sii'ifiK J. II.
Simpson, C. C.
Snow, I.. A.
StiltiM, U. C. Jr.
Sander;, F. li.
Tarver, J. V. Jr.
William. M. It.
Wtihe, Fred E.
Fox. C. I
CJottlith. N. I.
Glas.-j, JamM G.
(JroH.i, J. M.
Gray V. E.
Gober, Win. 11.
liickle, S. C. Jr.
Horrell. J E.
ililandd, W. H.
Ilarri-:, Chaa. E.
ilt rndon, J. It.
Iziar. 1 T.
HiUlriK, S. I Ford, John
Heard, J. J. Gutrry. F. D.
C'oker, Mose I'ou, ii. S.
Clinton, J. D. Klrby, Sam
Dubel. II. A. Oats, IJisby
Fort, N. 1 Sommers, Thomas
Fauaott, A. D. .Simmons, Isaac
Adams, J. 11. Morris, J. A.
Mritfance, It. E. Nash, George A.
terday to West Palm Beach, after a
pleasant visit to friends in Ocala.
After a delightful visit to Ocala,
the guest of Mrs. E. G. Peek. Mrs. O.
B. Dees left yesterday for her home
Symphony Lawn Paper by the
f?ound. The highest class paper man manufactured.
ufactured. manufactured. We also have a goodly
stock of Lord Baltimore paper, the
dependable popular price variety.
Gerig's Drug tSore. 29-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Weller Carmichael
and their pretty children, Miss Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Mulhall and Mrs. James Engesser
returned yesterday from a plea-;n.t
visit to DeLand and Davtona Beach.
Messrs. Wayne Ten Eyck and J. L.
Jennings are now full-fledged Knights
of Pythias, having reached their final
rank and fully learned its lessons last
Mr. Edward J. Wood of Clarksburg,
W. Va., spent Sunday and Monday
visiting Mr. C. P. Howell and family.
Mr. Wood is one of the leading archi architects
tects architects of West Virginia.
Mr. George E. Drivers of Borden
Wheeler Springs, Ala., is the guest
for a few days of his brother-in-law,
Mr. F. W. Ditto.
weather. Gainesville Newt.
Owing to scarcity of labor, I ask
my customers to be patient until I
can overcome this difficulty.
J. D. McCaskill,
10-21 -3t Contractor.
lMl GANKES f
I TlwaArillia buying onccf a
4 these beaatiBil boKM-thc kind f,
A you bK7vryour made a good jf
V. R. Pcdrick
J. H. Spencer
TEE OCALA GAS ENGINE WOMM.
Local Agents for the Old Reliable"
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.
Acetylene Welding Our Specialty
OCALA GAS ENGINE WORKS
SPENCER & PEDRICK, Proprietors.
44 When Better Automobiles Are Built Buick Will BuL'd Them
Ocklawaha Avenue and Osceola SL
DR. G. A. EDMISTON
Veterinaj, Physician and Snrgeon
A BED RENOVATOR
! Is now here, located in the Chace ;
building, Oklawaha avenue and Or-1
ange street. Phon 112. J. E. Drew, tf i
Phone 38 M
V. K. Lane, 31. D Physician ana;
Sargeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Noee and
Tli mat. T w IJhrarv fluilHinc Ornl.
Ocala - Florida ; Florida. tf
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better -Work
for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.
Mrs. L. W. Duval and little daugh daughter
ter daughter are expected home the last of the
week from Kentucky, where they
stent the summer.
The Lest winter hog and cow pas pasture
ture pasture is rye, rape and oats. At Ocala
Seed Store. 13-tf
Mr. Carlton Ervin returned Mon
day night from St. Petersburg, hav-
ng spent Sunday and Monday with
lis mother and sister.
I took. J. J
iirigance, J. E.
ColclouRh, 1. S.
HodKe. J. W. I.
I lull.. I). W.
Morgan : W. S.
l'rieat, li. H
Jiobertson, V. A.
fthell, J. N.
Hperring', J. H.
Wheeler. VV. V.
Oaleen. V. V.
The council will sit to hear oom oom-plalntn
plalntn oom-plalntn for the reutoratton of names
which might have be'en erroneously
Htflcken at meeting: to be held
.November lhth, 1019, 8 o'clftclc p. m.
The registration books of the citj
arg now open for registration at city
clerk's office. II. C. SI ST R UN K,
Clerk and Ex-Offlclo Supervisor of
ON K AUGHT
This product is made by the Tampa Brewing
Company by the same process used ever since
its establishment. It induces appetite, aids di digestion
gestion digestion and supplies the body with muscular en energy.
ergy. energy. Try it.
5 and 10 Cents a Glass
Arrangements are under way for furnishing
our patrons with all kinds of
SEA FOODS, SANDWICHES, ETC
Come and Get a Cool One!
Open till Twelve O'clocjt,
Ocala House Wine Room Old Stand
THE WIMPSOM HOTEL
Miss Helen Veal of Cotton Plant,
a student of the high school, is mak
ing her home during the school
months with Mrs. D! W. Tompkins.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Israelson have
rented the lower floor of Mrs. E. Van
Hood's residence on Fort King ave
nue, and expect to move in about the
first of next week.
Mr. Clayton, the principal of the
Micanopy school. Miss Clayton and
Mrs. Wilson of Micanopy, wer.e pleas
ant visitors to Ocala and Silver
Mrs. W. T. Huckaby, who was call
ed to Jacksonville recently to the bed
side of her little nephew, Richard
Merritt, has returned to Ocala report
ting the child very much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Drake have re
turned from Hendersonville, N. C,
where they spent the summer, and
will occupy the home of Mr. and Mrs
William Hocker until their beautiful
suburban residence is completed.
Fresh home made steamed Boston
Brown Bread for sale at Cam-Thomas
store on Wednesdays. 18-Ct
Mrs. Erwin Mathews of Jackson
ville, better known to our people as
Miss Flora Brooks, who was married
here a few months ago, is in town ac
companied by her sister, Miss Brooks
of Lake City, on a visit to their sister,
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Parker of Bar
tow, who have been guests of rela relatives
tives relatives at Martel for several weeks,
".A SPLENDID TONIC
Sayt Hixton Ltdy Who, On Dec-
tor Advice, Took Cardsi
And Is Now Well
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modem convenience in eack room. Dining room service ia
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per per person to X6.
ROBERT T.L MEYER.
J. E. KAVANAIJGH,
. HixBon, Tenn. "About 10 years ago
I was..." says Mrs. 3. B. Qadd, of
this place. "I suffered with a pain In
my left side, could not sleep at night
with this pain, always in the left
My doctor told me to use CarduL I
took one bottle, which helped me and
after my baby came, I was stronger
and better, but the pain was stll
I at first let it go, but began to get
weak and in a run-down condition.
so I decided to try some more Cardul,
which I did.
This last Cardul which I took made
me much better, in fact, cared me. It
has been a number of years, still I
have no return of this trouble.
I feel it was Cardul that cured me
and I recommend It aa a splendid fe
Don't allow yourself to become
weak and run-down from womanly
troubles. Take Cardul. It should sure surely
ly surely help you, as it has so many thou thousands
sands thousands of other women in the past 40
years. Headache, backache, sideache,
nervousness, sleeplessness, tired-out
feeling, are all signs of womanly trou trouble.
ble. trouble. Other women get relief by taking
C&rdoi. Why not you? ill druggists.
AN ice-cold bottle of this Orange-Crush giyes
sparkling satisfaction to parched palates.
Orange-Crush has acarbonated piquancy vhich
makes it an irresistibly delicious drink.
You can be sure of the purity of Orange Orange-Crush
Crush Orange-Crush because it is made from the fruit oil, press press-ed
ed press-ed from fresh ripe oranges, and such other- whole whole-some
some whole-some ingredients as pure granulated sugar, car carbonated
bonated carbonated water and citric acid, which is a natural
acid found in oranges, lemons and grape fruit.
We suggest that you try an ice-cold bottle of Orange-Crush
today. You can obtain it wherever soft drinks are sold;
ether py the bottle or case. We bottle Orange-Crush under
strictly sanitray conditions and bersonally vouch for its
purity. A case in the home will bring joy to every member
of the family.
oca la Evening star, Tuesday, October 21. 1919
See Me :
For All Classes Of j
Stone, Brick, Wood,
and Concrete I
Phone 446. 728 Wenona St.
A. E. GERIG
Don't let fire de de-story
story de-story hi a few
hours the accom accom-ulations
ulations accom-ulations of years
L. T. Mar
(Continued from First Page)
TRIBUTE TO MRS. MAUGHS
Fiom the Woman's Organizations of
Grace Episcopal church
RAILROAD SCHEDULES (Gf cy Spsoails
2nd day of December, 1919, is hereby
appointed as the day for the holding
of said election, which shall be held
at the several places in said county life is the most powerfal influence im
wnere me iats general election was
Amvi nH nArtur of Daatenfirer
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figure pub published
lished published as information and not guar-
(By Mrs. H. Harold)
The serene, silent beauty of a b.oly IJJJJJ'
lie is me most powenui inmience i ,v.. Tim.
the world, next to the might of the! ..... nmnnin
A Tf ;a Zmnv nt ISFARftAIM) AIR LINE RAILROAD
Resolved, further. That not less h beautiful life from this wotldL... Arriv White HoUSe Coffee 1 lb. can
tc the joy of the life everlasting that j:oam JacK,.l-fj xor J:, r 17
we commemorate today. 1 4:05 pm Jacksonville 'i2i pna JCnSCO 12 ID.
When Almighty God, in his prov- 2:15 am
For The Balance DI The Week
than four weeks' notice of said elec
tion shall be published in the manner
prescribed by law, and that the reso resolution
lution resolution determining the amount and
, $ .50
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UNDERTAKERS and EMBAUIERS
PHONES 47. 104. 11
Fresh Flower Seed
Gerig's Drug Store.
just in at
See Main Street Market "special"
advertisement in today's paper and
phone your orders to 108 or 243. '.it
The Old Reliable is Open. -Again
Best Steaks 30c
J. B. Dawkiits
twne when the principal and interest!
thereof shall become due and payable,
be also published in the several news
papers of the county as directed by
In accordance with the above reso-
z to tne enure n at rest me soui i;pm ikm-ou a tti in iu i,
, I rtninwimr niiinninl Koct Pa 1 1 fTi t Ml ni n tT sf I F ri qi n O r I fll I r 1 L IM. SACK
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terested in all things pertaining to USa. J k.Till..a-n.yin. 10:1J ipa Wilson S Evaporated Milk, tall Can
in accoraance witn tne aDOve reso-i.. no ro,-Vif.,i tn fcor sncrnmpnts rei MriaMinu 4
lution. the fcHowing notice was order- J '" e rtfcSuSS liJI S D.f:4 1:!Sf" Wtter'S TomatO CatSUp Pt. bottle 15
Notice of Election
Notice is hereby given that in pur
If Everything Was As
Cheap As Our Ice
The cost of hving 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.
Ocalla lice Hi FacMfiiagj Co.
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued ott Cotton, Automobiles, Etc.
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EKV1BALMERS
No charg? for delivery of casket anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JR.,
Office Phone lO Night Phones 225 or 423
to her church and staunch in
faith that was once v delivered to the
saints, her Dassine will be a great
suance of a resolution adopted by the joss to the parish.
board of county commissioners of ghe gave of herself and loved her
Marion county, Florida, at their meet- church devotedly. As president of
ing this day held, there will be held gt. Margaret's Guild, which office she
iii Marion county, Florida, on the 2nd heid for many years; she was greatly
day of December, 1919. an election to beloved, and ever the utmost harmony
determine whether or not county Drevailed under her leadership. She
bonds of Marion county, Florida, in vas gentle and cracious. and yet al-
the amount of one million, five hun- ways firm when necessary. Her heart
died thousand ($1,500,000) dollars, was jn the work, and through her in in-shall
shall in-shall be issued for the purpose of the Spiration, much has been accomplish accomplish-censtruction
censtruction accomplish-censtruction of paved, macadamized ed
or other hard surfaced highways in as a member of the Woman's Aux Aux-said
said Aux-said county; which bonds shall be ihary, she was always ready to con con-dated
dated con-dated January 1st, 1920; shall bear tribute of her time and money. Her
A A A- aT I ... ...
nve per cent per annum interest irora i ready help was extended to every
their date, interest payable semi- claim, yet so quietly was her work
annually; that the said bonds shall I done that she obeyed literally the
be of the denomination of one thou-1 command in the sixth chapter of St.
sand dollars each and become due Matthew. "When thou doest alms, let
and payable-as follows: not thy left hand know what thy
375 of said bonds shall be due andriPht hand doeth."
payable ten years from their date; I She was made chairman of the com-
375 of said bonds shall be due and mittee from Grace Episcopal church
payable fifteen years from their date; that took part in the various Liberty
and I Loan campaigns, and worked in that
750 of said bonds shall be due and capacity with the same untiring zeal
payable twenty years from their J and devotion and that was character-
date, according to the terms of theistic of all that she did. And while
resolution aforesaid. wl- may not sorrow for our late sister
Dated October 14th 1919. las those without hope, knowing that
Board of County Commissioners of she departed this life in the faith that
Marion County, Florida, by O. H. once for all delivered to the saints
Rogers, Chairman. and in the hope of a blessed immor-
Attest: P. H. Nugent, Clerk. tality, yet are we privileged to record
Mr. W. D. Cam, a member of the that by her death Grace Episcopal
said board, thereupon introduced the! church has lost a member whose la-
following motion, which was adopted: I bors for the parish yere generous, en-
called by this board to determine will be hard to fill.
whether or not bonds shall be issued! "To live in hearts we leave behind
by the county for the purpose of is not to die." For her the quiet fall-
building paved highways herein; and, ing asleep just at the close of day,
Whereas, The voters at said elec-1 freed forever from pain and wean-
tion and the people generally will I ness, was infinite blessedness and
desire to have definite information as J peace.
to the location, number and character She didiot need our little tokens
of jrCads which this board proposes among the pyramids of flowers that
shall be built with the proceeds of said I were ehaped upon her casket, but we
bonds, if issued; and, I loved to bring them to her. So from
Whereas, Said board in consulta- St. Margaret's Guild came the white
tion with certain representative citi-1 flowers to represent purity and sweet
zens of the county, with the advice ness ana from the Woman's Auxiliary
and assistance of Gail Barnard, state! came the crossed palm leaves, ever-
highway engineer, have laid out algieen, to represent her lasting vie
proposed system of good roads forltorv. and the cross of uolden flowers
this county -which it is the present I from oneof her co-workers we placed
sense of htis board should be con- at her feet, as he had put all things
structed wUh the proceeds of such I earthly underneath. x
bonds; and, And we carried her back to the
"Whereas," Said board with the as- chuich she so dearly loved, andx laid
sistance ot said citizens and engineer her to rest with simply the old famil
have also prepared estimates of the iar burial services of the church, in
cost of said proposed roads; now, which there is no resnector of Der-
therefore, be it I sons, but are read over kings and
Resolved, That it is the intention beggars alike, and left her sweetly
of this board, in the event the issue I sleeping in God's green acres, with
ot bonds is authorized by the result! the sure and certain hope of a glor
of said election, that the roads here- ious resurrection.
mbefore described be built and that! "May she rest in peace and light
the cost of same shall not exceed the j perpetual shine on her."
amount realized from the sale of. said
"Resolved further, That it is the
sense of this board that all prooer
safeguards shouldlbe taken to see that
the proceeds of said bonds, if issued,
are properly expended and that the
roads above mentioned are construct
ed in the most scientific and substan
tial manner, and that m the event
such bond issue is authorized by the
election to be hereafter held, that a
competent engineer be
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10:12 did. Lauburr C:4t am
45pm. uaine.viiu ii:60am Curtis Bros. Baby Lima Beans No. 1 can
TawJay. Thursday. Baturtlar.
: Life Insurance
I The kind that insures,
Z Against want in old age,
t Against raises in premium
S The Prudential Idnd
See Ditto at "once
i F. W. Ditto.
Dogwood Tomatoes No. 2 cans .15
Ivory Salt 2 lb. box .10
Octagon Soap large bar 8c. 2 for .15
Douglas Gloss Starch per pkg. 8c. 2 or 15
Picnic Hams per lb 30
I Kingans Breakfast Bacon per box .65
ilsiia Steed' fefed
108 of 241S
BRAIDS. SWITCHES. BANGS
Made up from your own comb combings.
ings. combings. Faded switches restored
to their original color. Scalp
treatment and shampooing a
Florence C Smith
B. (GOL11 AM
Coffins and Caskets,
Day Phone 253 Night Phone 511
L. HURST, MANAGER
Op' Shoos.. OCElIS FIS.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MORE
HEALTH IS ill
you cant aporfk j(f7
Buy Beaver Botard
that is BOARD'
Yea want better walla and ceilings, in your new home, in present
waste space, or to replace cracked plaster and dingy wallpaper.
So you ask for Beaver Board, the original wall board, that has
been building better walls and ceilings for a dozen years.
But do you know that inferior wallboards are often
mold ma Beaver Board? Tbey may look like Beaver Boarci, feel
Uke Beaver Board, and oven claim to be as good as Beaver Board.
But they can't give Beaver Board results.
Be sure to get what you ask for. The Beaver trademark on the
back of every panel of genuine Beaver Board is there ycur
protection. Look for it.
JSL'JSL Toii Lemtoer Co.
Strengthens the Blood and
Strengthen the Body
The body-Hves on the food brought
to it bv. the blood. If the body is
OTffpj carrying disease germs it cannot car
this board to act for and on behalf rir strengthening food to the muscles,
of thp rmmtv as Qiinprvisintp pnffinppr I nerves anu DOnes
J i titmi: t nt m : 1
on thp work- of snrh ronH Pnntm.. UT. Williams iuiuc is mauc uy
tion, said engineer to give a good of Cuinine' Ir. nand Magnesia, cor cor-and
and cor-and sufficient bond in an amount here- r?5U7 Proportioned. The quinine kills
nftPr to Hp rPtpr;r,oH h h?c all disease germs in tne Diooa, me
to secure the faithful performance magnesia lemoves
oi his duties as such supervising en-
poisons by gently acting on liver and
ll 1 1 11 LI 1
ffineer. and no bill for labor or ma- poweis, ana me iron nns upine oiuou
tPrifll imPfi in c,,oh w,ir Ko with rich,- red. strength giving cor
ed paid by said board except with the Pus;les which are food for tired and
approval of said engineer; and,
"RpsoIvpH fnrthpiv That it ic
sense of this board that in the event Grippe and Chills are all effectively
,ih hnml inp nnth?,ori fhof ho treated by Dr. Williams 101 Tonic.
following nnmpH nprnn, ho annninf I During the "Flu" epidemic last win-
by this board as bond, trustees for ICI .&aic: UA xv""
over ouu per cent. -25c.
and 50c. bottles for sale at your
said county, namely: L. W. Duval, L.
K. Edwards and J. T. Rawls.
Resolved, That the f ollouingl store' Accept no substitutes
i Autogenous Welding & Electric Co
Corner of Oklawaha Avenue and Orange Street.
We weld any Idnd ot metal
Bring your broken parts to us for repair. We cut metal up to
ten inches thick. We repair Boilers and Heating Plants, we aiso
do Electrical Repairing and overhaul Starters, Generators and Ig Ignition
nition Ignition Systems. In fact we repair any make of automobile.
IL L. WIKLE, Manager.
named citizens of Marion county be
and they are hereby appointed an ad advisory
visory advisory committee to assist this board
in the solution of any questions which
may arise in the future relative to the
proposed Marion county good roads
system: T. T.. Munroe. chairman.
Nathan Mayo, A. C. Blowers, C. A.
Vaughn, J. K. Christian and G. W.
Notary bonds of L. E. Futch and
Fied Smith were approved.
The clerk presented to the board a
statement of the county finances for
tho six months ending SepU 30, 1919,
which was examined by the board, ap approved,
proved, approved, signed and acknowledged in
due form and ordered sent, to the
The tax collector presented his list
of insolvencies, errors and doubles for
the r.18 levy, which was examined by
the board and apporved, showing the
following total: state tax, $3871.62;
county tax, $13,683.92.
The board thereupon adjourned.
The board met October 18th, pur pursuant
suant pursuant to call of the chairman, with
all members present
MK L. W. Duval having declined to
have his name considered for appoint
ment as bond trustee, in the event of
the coming bond election being voted
forjDonds, Mr. Jas. E. Chace was nom
inated to nil the vacancy.
The board thereupon adjourned.
-v tt mv
v. Kogers, inairman.
Attest: P. H. Nugent, Clark, by T.
D. Lancaster Jr., Deputy.
?w i&gv safe
Gig (l ti? ts&fr tmvsm
One Post -War Maxwe
Built Every tVk Miraii
i i I I'H
Mt0n mtim prfU
Mrt mil tint
ONLY 60 of the
demand for this
Maxwell is being filled
at the present time.
Yet eight great
plants are working to
capacity; and 13,000 men are
devoting their best efforts
to provide enough Maxwells.
Today, one Post -War
Maxwell is being built every
lli minutes of the working
This is at the- rate of
100,000 cars per year.
Imagine what this gigan gigantic
tic gigantic production means to a,
purchaser of a Maxwell car.
Think oTthe gigantic sav saving
ing saving in money which the
purchase of millions of
' dollars worth of materials
means, arid how the
list price can be made
Think of the accur accuracy,
acy, accuracy, the sureness of the
design of each single
part, to take a chance
on such rapid and enormups
movement of raw material
through those great plants
to completed product.
Then think of the endorse endorsement
ment endorsement by the public which
this great demand indicates.
The basis for this demand
is represented in the good
will of 300,000 owners of
Maxwell cars before the
coming of the Post -War
And the public bought
$200,000,000 worth. They
will buy $100,000,000 more
in the next twelve months.
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