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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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EVENING

A Tin

Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and
Sunday except probably rain north
portion.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1919.
VOL 26, NO. 267
PROTECTION FOR
THE PUBLIC
LEGION POST IS ROUNDING UP
STATUS OF THE
COAL STRIKE
ANDERSON ISSUES
AO ORDER
AGAINST BONUSES
THE RADICALS
n

Against Exactions of Both Labor and
Capital is Urged on Congress
by Senate Committee

(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 8. Characteriz Characterizing
ing Characterizing all strikes as "industrial barbar barbarism,"
ism," barbarism," and declaring "there is no place
in this country either for industrial
despotism or labor despotism," the
Senate steel strike committee submit submitted
ted submitted to the Senate its report today
criticising both the workers and em employers.
ployers. employers. The committee's main conclusion
was that "the public has a right to
determine that capital shall not ar arrogate
rogate arrogate to itself the right to determine
in its own way those industrial ques questions,
tions, questions, and it is the same as to labor,
and the duty is upon Congress to
provide some way o;f adjusting these
difficulties."
The report recommends that Con Congress
gress Congress authorize the establishment of
some such mediation agency with well
defined powers as in the recently dis dissolved
solved dissolved war labor board.
FARMERS WANT CONFERENCE
The Farmers' National Council has
issued a call for a conference between
the farmers and wage earners at Chi Chicago
cago Chicago November 21st and 22nd, to
adopt a joint plan of farmers and la labor
bor labor organizations to be used as a
basis for a joint legislative recon reconstruction
struction reconstruction program.'
EMPHATIC ANSWER
Eleventh-hour efforts by Samuel
Gcmpers to settle the coal strike were
met last night by emphatic declara declaration
tion declaration from the government that in injunction
junction injunction proceedings would be dis dismissed
missed dismissed the instant the strike order
was withdrawn and not before.
1
LARGE CONGREGATION
HEARD EVANGELIST

In Favor of Aid for Disabled Men and
Government Loans Properly
Secured
Marion County Post No. 1, of the
American Legion at its meeting Fri Friday
day Friday night, placed itself on record as
opposed to any bonuses being given to
ex-service men in the form of a gift.

The post went on record as favoring I

educational aid to disabled ex-service ; tablishment of the Russian soviet gov-

Agents of the Government Showing
Inside of Jails to Those Anxious
to Russianize America

(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 8. More than
350 alleged radicals, said to have
plotted demonstrations throughout
the country today in commemoration
of the second anniversary of the es-

men, and bonuses for totally disabled
ex-seivice men, and for government
loans, properly secured, to ex-service
men ior farms and homes. The Flor Florida
ida Florida delegation to the Minneapolis con convention
vention convention wifl be notified of the action
taken at Thursday night's meeting.
The post is of the opinion that the
general digging into the treasury that
is now going on should cease, in order
that the already heavy debt of the
country might not be increased any
more than is absolutely necessary.
The post by the position taken wished
also to emphasize the fact that the
men who served during the war did
so for reasons of patriotism and 100
ptr cent. Americanism. Various
bonuses have been awarded to civil civilians
ians civilians getting employees in war work,
and it would seem that there should
be some reward for the men who were
in the army, navy and marine corps,
but the Marion county post is of the
opinion that there should be some
limit to this kind of thing.
At its, meeting Thursday night, the
post unanimously elected Miss Mary
Cv Marshall of the Marion County
Hospital a member of the legion, and
voted to present her with a member membership.
ship. membership. Miss Marshall served in France
as a member of the army nurses'
corps.
The following resolutions were
adopted by Marion county post Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night:
Whereas, The American Legion is
in a sense on trial before the Ameri American
can American public and holds itself out as
representing 100 per cent. American Americanism,
ism, Americanism, and as perpetuating the patriot patriotism
ism patriotism and the unselfish devotion to gov government
ernment government and country which animated
the service men in the late war; and,
Whereas, The American Legion is
in spirit and in fact against the -selfish
motives which have prompted the
grabbing and snatching character characteristic
istic characteristic of the dealings of some of the
public with the government during
and since the war; and,
Whereas, There is a conditfon of

i industrial unrest due to a great ex

eminent, were in the hands of federal
authorities in various cities awaiting
deportation or such other action as
may be ordered against them. Further

(arrests are expected today. One hun

dred and fifty were arrested in New
York, others in Chicago, Milwaukee,
Detroit, Philadelphia, Newark, San
Francisco and Connecticutt.
I. W. W. NABBED AT AKRON

I'

PROCLAIM

Last night the reading capacity of
the church was taxed and people
stood in the door to hear the evange evangelist
list evangelist as he preached on "He that cover cover-eth
eth cover-eth his sins shall not prosper, but he
that confesseth and forsaketh his
sins will find mercy." It was a gospel
sermon and was the message the self self-justified
justified self-justified and self-righteous needed.
Several came forward for prayer and
there were several conversions. The
sclo by Mr. Boyd on "Jesus" was in inspiring.
spiring. inspiring. The service for the young
people yesterday afternoon conducted

by Mr. Boyd was unique and very tent to unusually high wages and to

neipiui. several proiessed conver conversion.
sion. conversion. Yesterday Mr. Boyd entertain entertained
ed entertained the fifth, sixth and seventh grades
to their great delight on "The Prince
Obedience." There will be service to tonight
night tonight beginning at 7:30. Preaching
by Evangelist Dunaway at 8 p. m.
Come out tonight. Reporter.
Federal bread is your best food, 10
and 15-cent loaf. Federal System of
Bakeries. 7-2t

the same selfish desire for individual

benefit at the publi ccost, which un unrest
rest unrest would be undoubtedly augmented
by the payment of cash bonuses to ex ex-service
service ex-service men; and,
Whereas, The opportunity is now
given 'to the American Legion to dem demonstrate
onstrate demonstrate its unselfish patriotism and

to set a worthy example to the public

8Y THE MAYOR

Akron, Nov. 8. The department of
justice agents arrested forty men

here early today in raids on alleged'
radical and I. W. W. headquarters, j
ALIENS MUST GET OUT
Washington, Nov. 8 Raids in near near-lv
lv near-lv a score of cities by department of,
justice agents were directed chiefly
against ring leaders of the Union of i
Russian Workers, an organization de-'

scribed today by Attorney General;
Palmer as the most radical in the; whereas, The 11th day of Novem Novem-country.
country. Novem-country. The deportation of 200 or L m9j gaw the end of hostilities in
more men and women arrested has th(J at world war in which our
been determined upon, and it was said country was engaged, and such end end-it
it end-it will be the policy of the govern- iv f wti1it.is mlrked the triumph

men hereafter to seek the deportation of the principles and ideals for which

ui an rauiciii aliens. a : fV.o nnH imnn

j which her glory and prosperity rest;
; and,

Such ending of hostili-

Are you wearing the Red Cross button of 1920? Remember
that thousands of our boys are still in service at home and
abroad. The hospitals are filled with our sick and wounded. Re Remember
member Remember that the winter promises to bring untold suffering to
women and children thru the wide spread strikes.
Have you answered the third re 11 call? Up to last night 189
had enrolled in Ocala. In the first ward the enrollment was 32;
second ward, 93; third ward, 52; fourth ward, 9; North Ocala, 3.
Today the Red Cross girls have invaded the business district
and are enrolling hundreds. By night it is expected that the total
will have mounted high.
Let your imagination have a little play. Picture the good turn
that your dollar will do. You have had enough of drives. So has
everybody. But the work of the Red Cross must go on. The world
is suffering. Sacrifices are demanded.
It is said that men forget quickly. Do they?

Government is Determinedly Proceed Proceeding
ing Proceeding Against Men Responsible
for the Trouble

NOTICE

The following county offices will be'f. hrnylt rpi;Pf nnd iov to millions

closed on Tuesday, Armistice Day,' f unmoa nA mH the anniversary of

, WJL V X t0

November ltlh, 1919:

Clerk of the circuit court.
Superintendent Public Instruction
Sheriff.
County judge.
Tax collector. 8-2t

November 11th, 1918, a day to be set
apart from other days; and,

! Whereas, Throughout the nation the
anniversary of Armistice Day will be
i joyfully celebrated, and it is fitting
land DroDer that Ocala and Marion

" 'county join therein;
States government by the payment of Now, Therefore, by virtue of my
large sums in gifts, and by refusing oflice as mayor of the city of Ocala, 1
to cheapen its patriotism by accepting do hereby proclaim and declare Tues Tues-a
a Tues-a cash payment for a principle which day, November 11th, 1919, a day of
cannot be bought or sold and retain celebration and gladness as "Armis "Armis-its
its "Armis-its value; ; t:ce Day," and I do call upon all citi-
Therefore, The Marion County Post ztns to join in the celebration of that
No. 1, of the American Legion, .is re-' iay. All merchants and other pro pro-solved
solved pro-solved that no cash bonus should 'be pnetors are requested to close their
paid to ex-service men. It is "further places of business between the hours
resolved that educational aid should cf a. m. and 4 p. m., and lend their
be given to disabled ex-service men aid so far as may be for making the
free of charge. It is further resolved celebration of Armistice Day a sue sue-that
that sue-that a bonus be given totally disabled ctss for Ocala and Marion county.
e -service men. It is further resolv-jAnd be it known that inasmuch as
ed that bonuses in the form of gov- Ocala is the host of all the public who

eminent loads properly secured should; visit with us on that day, for all fes-

te allowed to ex-service men to be
used in the purchase of farms and
homes.
It is further resolved that a copy of
these resolutions be sent the Florida

by refusing to endorse or be a party ; delegation at the national convention

tivities, I do call upon all citizens of

Ocala to manifest that spirit of cor cordial
dial cordial hospitality for which our city is
famous.
In witness whereof. I have hereunto

set my hand as mayor of the city of

NEGRO SOLDIERS
TAKE NOTICE

They are to Report -at the Metropoli Metropolitan
tan Metropolitan Bank Tuesday Morning to Give
in Their Names for Their Barbecue
at Hunter Park.
In the making of preparations for
Victory Day, many people thought the
colored boys had been forgotten. Not
sc. They are to have their share of
the good things and their celebration
at Hunter Park. All colored ex ex-service
service ex-service men are requested to meet at
the Metropolitan Bank at 10 o'clock
Tuesday morning, in uniform if they
can, and give in their names so there
will be plenty provided for them.

(Associated Pre)
Washington, Nov. 8. The injunc-

jtion proceedings against officials of
the United Mine Workers of America

j will be pressed at Indianapolis today,

Attorney General Palmer announced.
Acting President Lewis of the xmine
workers, refused to accede to the
government's demand that the strike
order be recalled pending mediation
of the controversy.
WAITING ON THE COURTS
Pittsburg, Nov. 8. The general
situation in the coal strike in this dis district
trict district showed very little change, if any,
tcday, according to reports. Both the
operators 'and miners awaited with
confidence the result of the proceed proceedings
ings proceedings at Indianapolis. The operators
believe the move will mean the end
of the strike, while union officials are
just as confident it will not.
GOVERNMENT AGGRESSIVE
Indianapolis, Nov. 8. The mine
workers' attorney asked at the open opening
ing opening of court here today that the pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings be postponed a week or ten
days, in the hope that meanwhile the
strike might be settled. The govern government
ment government objected and the court thereupon
took up the motion to dissolve the in injunction.
junction. injunction. The government took the
position that the case was too impor important
tant important to admit of delay.
A GREAT FALLING OFF
Washington, Nov. 8. The produc production
tion production of bituminous coal last Saturday,
the first day of the strike, was esti estimated
mated estimated by the geological survey at less
than 700,000 tons. The normal daily
average is 2,000,000 tons.
TO AUTO OWNERS

UNDER WHICH LEADERS OF
THE UNITED MINE WORKERS
MUST CALL THE STRIKE OFF.

HOG PRICES

For Tuesday, November 11th, will not
be less than 11 Vzc for No. 1.
7-2t OCALA STOCKYARDS.

I am again at my old place of bus business
iness business on the Anthony road, where I
shall be pleased to attend to your. car
repair work by appointment. Call
phone 393. 29-tf M. A. Bouyier.
If you need a Hot Water Bottle, be
sure and get one of those bargains at
Gerig's Drug Store, fl.69 special
price. i.tf

(Associated Press
Indianapolis, Nov. 8. The leaders

of the United Mine Workers were to today
day today ordered to withdraw the, strike
order under which 400,000 men quit
work Nov. 1st. Judge Anderson in
federal court issued the mandate after
hearing both sides.
OHIO DOES NT KNOW
WHERE SHE'S AT

Reports of Effect of Prohibition on
Election Do Not
Harmonize

(Associated Pres.)
Columbus, Nov. 8. Ohio voters
surtained the action of the legislature
in ratifying federal prohibition by a
majority of 194 at Tuesday's election,
according to complete unofficial return!.

HAS APPLIED THE IRON HAND

Noske Orders "Red Commit tee
Dissolve and Police See to
It that They Do

to

(Associated Press)
Berlin, Nov. 8. Secretary of Mil Mil-ittry
ittry Mil-ittry ffairs Noske has ordered the
dissolution of the "Red Committee,"
which attempted to engineer a gener general
al general strike. The police are active in
suppressing incipient demonstrations
cf the Sparticists in connection with
the celebration of the anniversary of
revolution in Germany.
BRAZILIAN DEPUTIES
ACTED AT ONCE

(Associated Press)
Rio Janeiro, Nov. 8 The chamber
of deputies approved the Versailles
peace treaty without discussion or
amendment. It now goes to the Senate.

I bought one gross Hot Water Bags
and Fountain Syringes while at the
Rexall conventio nin Boston. They are
now on sale at the low price of $1.69.
We invite your inspection. Gerig's
Drugstore. 1-tf

to any procedure which contemplates I of the American Legion to be held at Ocala. this the 7th day of November

i i : xi t t j i 1 1'.: i: ic .

Ml
LfU U o

in the year, of our Lord one thousand

nine hundred and nineteen,' and in the
independence of the United States the
cne hundred and forty-fourth.
J. E. Chace,
Mayor of the City of Ocala.
Attest: H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.
BAPTIST CHURCH

All of Marion County's Boys who were in the
service during the great war, their relatives
and friends which includes all of Marion's
citizens are invited to a BIG BARBECUE
and a celebration of "Armistice Day", Nov.
11, at Fair Grounds, Ocala. The celebra celebration
tion celebration will last from 11:00 A. M. to 4:00 P.M.
Dinner will be served at noon in army style.
There will be music and community singing.
The Stores of Ocala will be closed from 1 1
M. M. to 4 P. M.
The boys are not asked to wear uniforms.
Come early! Bring all your neighbors! Din Dinner
ner Dinner is being provided for everybody.
There will be no long-winded speeches, no
political speeches, no speeches on bonds. It's
going to be just a great joy Feast.

9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
"Everybody there, on time," is the
slogan.
11 a. m. Sermon by pastor. Sub Subject,
ject, Subject, "Learning to Talk." This is the
third sermon in the Christian life se series.
ries. series. As there are matters of importance
to come before us the pastor urges
every member to be present.
Those who have been converted in
the evangelistic services, and who
wish to unite with the Baptist church,
should present themselves for mem membership
bership membership at the morning service, as
there will be no night service.
The pastor will preach at Electra
in the afternoon on the great cam campaign,
paign, campaign, and at Oklawaha Bridge at
night on the same subject.
6:30 p. m. Junior and Senior B. Y.
P. U.
Let us work and pray for the con conversion
version conversion of the lost while the. revival
meetings are in progress.
C M. Brittain, Pastor.
IMPORTANT NOTICE, W. 3L U.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Missionary Union of the
Baptist church will be held Monday
afternoon at 3 o'clock, and will be a
meeting of great importance. Mrs.
IT. C. Peelman of Jacksonville, the
state secretary, will address this
meeting and there will be reports

from the association which meets this
week at Blitchton. "Stewardship" is
the study topic for this month. All

ladies of the church are urged to at

tend this meeting.

BANKS WILL CLOSE TUESDAY

Tuesday, November 11th. being
Armistice Day,, a legal holiday, the

undersigned banks will be closed.

Munroe & Chambliss Natl. Bank.

The Commercial Bank.
The Ocala National Bank. 2t

Special sale of Hot Water Bags

and Fountain Syringes at Gerig's

I Drug Store. $2 value for $1.69 while
they last. 1-tf

Wfila flDmnp- (Emms 2

Unless you have spent several days in the woods with your friends in
search of the elusive game birds and large game you don't know what you're

missing. Get one of our Remington or Win Winchester
chester Winchester Shot Gone; the get a good bird dog
and hike for the wood. It's the. real life. Besides
a complete line of shot guns, we carry every kind
of implement that is useful to the sportsman, such
as

to Jhir SYor&y

Hunting Coats ami Legffins,
Revolvers, Sliells. SiaitclaFct
Malfes of Utiles anil (Guns.
When the boy is old enough to enjoy the

ownership of a gun come in and let us show you
the most complete line of light weight shot guns and air rifles, you have ever
seeo. An inspection of our stock will convince you that we have overlooked
very few items necessary to fit you up for hunting outfit. .1

oJJ A JK e. 9

Headquarters for Sporting Goods
(Next to Ocala Seed Store)

Magnolia Street

We are Still the Home of Fislitag TaeEile in Central Fla.

Ocala, Florida.



OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1919

OCALA EVEHItlG STAB
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The soft coal strike is striking the
people hard.

The re-election of Gov. Coolidge of

Massachusetts was not altogether a

republican victory. Thousands of good

democrats voted for him because he
stood for law and order.

Herb Felkel reminds us that we
can't make a silk purse out of a

sow's ear; also that we can buy a silk
purse for a whole lot less money than

we would have to invest in a sow.

has not written nor dictated anything
except matters of the most pressing

importance for weeks. We are in informed
formed informed that there is a clerk in the
department of state one of whose du

ties is to write these proclamations,
and to anyone who has studied the

phraseology of the same it is evident
that he is a veteran, for the same

style has been observable for a num number
ber number of years. He has to tell us we

should be thankful, whether we are

or not, and as it is none of his busi business
ness business to name the many things we are

net thankful for, he always gets by
with it. The principal idea of the

American people about Thanksgiving
is to have a big dinner, and they
would have it if they could without

nny proclamation.

An honor has been bestowed upon

uf. Once or twice we have had our
name in the Congressional Record,
but now, much to our pleased surprise,
it has appeared in the minutes of the

board of public instruction for Mar

icn county. One, day, a few weeks

ago, we stuck our head in the door at
a meeting we are afraid to go en

tirely in, for we half believe hon. A

J. Stephens has half a brick in his

pocket for us and besought the
members to buy an adding machine
for the superintendent's office. Much

to our surprise, a paragraph devoted

to our visit appeared in the minutes,

and an adding machine salesman, who

had a machine right here in town,

saw it, and at once went to visit
Chairman Colbert of the board, who

took the. machine on approval. Its in

the superintendent's office, doing good
work and saving lots of work; and we

hope the board will back up Chairman

Colbert, and if they do we will prob
ably advocate their re-election be

cause its easy for the county to get a

heap worse bunch.

The work and worry of the Star's
editorial and composing rooms were

all, forgotten for a few minutes this

morning, and they were brightened

with smiles and made musical with
sweet voices when those two Red
Cross angels, Misses Edith Edwards
and Cordelia Dozier came in to re re-eiilist
eiilist re-eiilist the bunch for another year in
the ,Hed Cross. They captured the

whole crowd the Star is a Red Cross
office, and went away to help the good

cause and disseminate sunshine else

where.

The editor had a twelve-cylinder

headache last night, and that is the

reason you are spared the misery of

readincr any editorials today. Ocala

Star.

What had the editor had the day

before ? Jacksonville Metropolis.

Hadn't had anything; therefore the

headache. v

It did not take Mr. Anderson long
to answer Mr. Taylor questions, and

he has answered them straightforward
and without equivocation. Our citizens
r.ted not expect any. dodging or
camouflaging from Robert, Anderson.
He is used to bigger things than petty
politics, and if elected he will do his
duty in Ocala as he did it in France.
The editor of this paper occasional occasionally
ly occasionally steps into the press room to see if
the paper is being printed correctly,
and it would be a good idea for some
of the other editors to do likewise,
as we occasionally receive a valued
exchange that we can't read. Of
course the editors of the bigger pap papers
ers papers can't be expected to do that, but
they have men with bigger, salaries
than their own to do it for them.

ANDERSON'S ANSWERS

TO THE BONITO BOYS

We are rather curious to see how
that strike in Miami will turn out. If
the merchants, professional men and

others not affiliated with, .the unions
would shut up shop and refuse to have
anything to do with the strikers, the
strike would end in about twor days.
Why shouldn't they? The strikers are
striving to win their fight by causing
the public inconvenience and even
suffering.
Says the Winter Haven Chief: ".We
never expect to be president so there
can be no chance for a little bluff be being
ing being called, but by criminy, if we had
the job for a month the first thing we
would do would be to order troops and
throw a line around, those.: striking
bums at little Old "Newyork" with the
declaration that they would handle
freight or go without their grub. Old

Doc Tanner fasted forty days, but
take it from us, i these ginks would
work in half that time. This letting
food rot while people need it to eat is
a proposition that needs vigorous

measures.

Again we see that senseless chatter

about editors doing favors to their
friends going the rounds of the press.
That gag is about fifty years old, and

breaks out about every six years. Of
course, editors do favors to their
friends why shouldn't they? Isn't it
bad taste for a gentleman to, remind
other people that he has done them u

favor? And don't other people do fav favors
ors favors to editors? Of course, they do

They do 'em to us, anyhow. We are
tickled half to death when we can do
a friend a favor, and we'd feel mean

enough to spit on ourself if we ever

reminded him of it.

The Florida Centennial Purchase

Exposition Commission has certainly
made a mess of the whole thing by
dividing the exposition between four
cities. Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tampa
and Miami. Instead of one great ex exposition,
position, exposition, it will result in four small
ones that will attract little attention
and prove unworthy of the .great state
of Florida. One big show at either of
the cities named would be far prefer preferable,
able, preferable, especially to people, residing in
the state, few of whom can afford to
visit the four cities named. Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville News.
- Our sentiments exactly. If such a
ieol proposition is to be carried out,
we advire Marion county to f have
nothing to do with it. For Heavens Heavens-eke,
eke, Heavens-eke, can't the people of this state
pull together about anything?
..-v ..: ;
v We see by the papers that President
Wilson has set aside Thursday, Nov.
27. as 'a day of thanksgiving. We
doubt that Mr. Wilson ever thought
about the matter. He is very sick,

Editor Star: I have been requested
to reply to certain questions printed
n the last issue, of your paper in re regard
gard regard to my position upon certain

matters relative to the city govern

ment.

The first question is: "Are you in

favor of carrying out the city man

ager charter in spirit and in fact?

In 'reply to this question, I wish firs

to make it plain that a mayor is an

executive officer, not in any sense

legislative officer. As such executive

it is his duty to enforce the spirit and
letter : of all existing laws, and it is

beyond his power to make or alter any

one of them. Of course, if elected.

shall unhesitatingly enforce all sta

tutes, general and special, applicable

to the city and every ordinance now
in force, or which may be hereafter
passed by the council. .This naturally
includes the charter referred to as
the city manager charter. However,
the present mayor, who may be term termed,
ed, termed, in a sense, the father of this
charter, has found its enforcement
extremely difficult by reason of oppo opposition
sition opposition in the council, and it appears
that certain provisions of that char charter
ter charter are not acceptable to the public.

In view of these facts, and since the

people of Ocala were not consulted in

regard to the passage of this charter

in the first instance, it is my intention,

if elected, to request the council to de

termine by referring the matter to
the voters of the city what the will

ter, and my actions and those of the

er, and my ctions and those of the

council, I trust, will be governed accordingly.

The second question is as follows:

Are you in favor of improvement

and extending the city light and wa

ter plant, and bonding the city for

this purpose?"

.In the electric light and water

plant, the city has its largest invest

ment, and this investment I shall, if

elected, do everything in my power

to protect ana put upon a paying

basis Certainly, it needs both im

provement ana extension, ana l am
very much in favor of increasing the

city's investment in that plant by
i

Dorrowing money upon bonds, or
otherwise, in order to put this plant

in condition to be operated economic

ally, to .bring a revenue to the city,
and to meet all demands for light and

power.

The third question, as follows: "Are
you in favor of strict enforcement of

the prohibition law and ordinances
affecting the moral condition of the
city V I have already answered in

answering the first question. I shal
certainly enforce strictly every ordi

nance which the council has passed or
may see fit to pass and all laws of

the state or federal government ap

plicable to this city.
R. L. Anderson Jr.

Though the whole world seems excited, with the rush and hustle great,
And my troubles hang over me while I sit and watch and wait;
Yet there 're other things that claim me, and no twings of conscience calls,
At the duties I'm neglecting, while the twilight round me falls;
For I'm dreaming of the old times, with their scenes so pure and rare,
Where the gulf breeze sweeps the brown rocks, by the grouper hole out there,
Where the lighthouse winks and flashes, and the car mires to the hub
On the place called Vassey Island at the old Bonito Club!
I can see the boys now gathering at the call of Steward Weik
'Come and get it on the table!" every one is on the hike;
I can almost hear the rattle of the ivory poker chips,
And the shuffle of the cardboards, as the deck he slowly strips;
And I catch the faint aroma of the steward's faithful pipe,
That recalls a field of cabbage, which are slightly overripe!
And I hear the merry jesting, as the table's cleared away,
For the evening social session at Bonito, on the bay!

And I wish I too, was with you, where the mind could be at ease;
I would love to hear Tuck swearing and old Johnny Spencer sneeze;
I would love to hear old Porty give discourse on auto tires,
And to tell how all the dealers were a set of thieves and liars;
Yet somehow he'd always make them bow and yield to his demands,
Paying for each tire he blew out, e'en though worn from rocks and sands;
I would like to hear him tell Hodge, just to leave the work to him,
And he'd make those crooks and scoundrels put a new tire on each rim!
Then there's Bennett, truthful Eddie (the remembrance makes me cough),
That big fish he almost landed, but which from his hook got off;
I would love to hear him tell it; though its old, its always new,
For each time he tells the story that same fish has grown by two;
Then there's Thomas dear old Jimmy; he has always got the best;
And each time he's been out with us, he has always beat the rest;
Though the yarns he tells are silly some of them are rather stale
Y'et the prize he always captures for the latest smutty tale!
And there's Bobby Carroll, also; he that shines in every bout;
I would like to hear him saying, "John, let's keep these pikers out!"
Then I'd love to see the whole bunch grow pale as Holland gin,
As Bob checked before his time came, lean across and pull them in!
Then, there's Clark who sells the groceries; he's the one that's hard to beat;
And if I had time a plenty, I would love to watch him eat;
But the time is passing quickly, and there's others still in store;
I would like to hear Whit Palmer and old Frank H. Logan snore!
, There are many other fellows, but I have not now the time
That's required to write a story, less to put it into rhyme!
For each one of you my fellows, in my thoughts are with me still,
For there's naught can bury troubles like a trip to Vassey will;
Yet I have one further longing that is all that's left to me
I would like to give my lecture, on the broad and open sea;
I would love to dwell on nature tell of winds, and moon and stars
And the dangers that beset you just beyond the outer bars!
But my dream, I fear, is ended thoughts like these can never last;
Yet the memory of those old days often draw me to the past,
Where life's burdens all were buried at the crossing of the stream,
That leads out to Vassey Island, where the fireflies nightly gleam;
Where the wind is ever blowing, and the tide waves surge and foam,
'Gainst the rocks that skirt the island, where we built our second home!
And I long to be among you, and I'm hoping day by day,
That I soon may see your faces, at Bonito, on the bay!
But time's recompense is fullest, and my boat glides swiftly on,
To the day we all shall gather on the shore at break of dawn!
Though it be a land of hunters, where the dog joins in the chase,
Or of walls of gold and jaspar, and an ever resting place!
Where the angels sing the chorus to the strains of harps of gold,
And the trumpet peals the message that the half has not been told;
Though the many meet together though there be a chosen few
May the ones I meet up yonder, be just half as true as you!
A Self-Exiled Ocalan.

An Electric Bell
For Opportunity

INFORMATION NEEDED

One out aiHe.

REMEMBER:

of every five persons has

defective eyes. You may

be that one. 5v
DR. K. J. WEIHE.
Optometrist and Optician.
Eyesight Specialist

ROOSEVELT AUTHOR AT NINE

IcIvermiacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMCALJlIEnS
PHONES 47. It. 29S
OCALA. FLORIDA

L ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL kCARpENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Cop Cop-tract
tract Cop-tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.

Editor Star: I see from the pub pubic
ic pubic press that a committee is busy

formulating data and information

relative to the proposed bond issue of

$1,500,000 for macadamized roads. I

respectfully suggest that this commit

tee, or some one else acquainted witn
the facts, include in the data being

prepared, information in response to

the following inquiries:

1. Will any part of the funds pro

vided by the state for the construc construction
tion construction of state, or state aid, roads be
applied to the construction and main maintenance
tenance maintenance of such road within the limits
of incorporated cities and towns?

2. Will any part of the funds

raised by the proposed county bond

issue be applied to such construction

and maintenance of highways thru

the limits of incorporated cities and

towns?

3. If no part of the state funds,

and no part of the proceeds of the

bond issue is to be so applied, what

means are contemplated to prevent

skips or breaks in highways passing

through such incorporated cities and

towns?

-Heretofore, when public roads were

built by taxation, one-half of the tax

levied for road purposes on property

within the limits of municipalities

was returned by the county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners to the municipality for use
and aid in keeping up and maintain maintaining
ing maintaining streets, and when paving is re resorted
sorted resorted to the abutting property own owner
er owner on each side is assessed two-thirds
and the remaining' third i3 paid by
the municipality from the revenue
arising from general taxes.
If the contemplated roads passing
through municipalities should not be
of uniform width, construction and
material, I fear that the full benefits
sought to be accomplished may not be
realized. Some of the municipalities,
even with' the aid of the assessment
against abutting property owners,
could not afford the expense incident
to the construction of paved or ma macadamized
cadamized macadamized roads of uniform width

and materials through their limits,

and to many it will appear to be un
just to have the property in munic

ipalities assessed to pay interest and
I rincipal of county bonds for road

purposes, if no part of the proceeds

ci such bonds, and no part of state

fund?, is to be applied to the construe

tion of roads through the municipal

limits.

The assessed valuation of property

within municipal limits for state and

county purpose constitutes a consid

crable part of the total valuations

within the county, and the property

within the limits of municipalities

will therefore contribute correspond

ingly to the tax levies for the pay

ment of interest and principal of the
pioposed bond issue.
This communication is not intended
to be either in favor of or in oppo opposition
sition opposition to bonds, but it simply seeks
to elicit what I conceive to "be im important
portant important information for the voter to
take into consideration in weighing
the benefits on the one side and the
rurdens upon the other.
Yours truly, R. A. Burford.

Don't make Opportunity knock.
Have a loud ringing electric bell ready to warn of her slightest
touch at your front door.
In the shape of savings War Saving Stamps money in Bank.
Ready to take you whither she beckons.
Debts deafen one's ears to Opportunity ready cash is her
favorite telephone. v
Begin to save today for the Sunny Opportunity she offers
every one once.

Munroe & Chambliss National Bank

HOG PRICES

For Tuesday, November 11th, will not

be less than 11 c. for No. 1.

7-2t OCALA STOCKYARDS.

KEPT HER AWAKE
The Terrible Pains in B&ck zai
Sides. Cardui Gaye Relief.

FUNERAL DIRECTORS and E (73 BALLMERS
AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
No charg for delivery of caskeU anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JR
Licensed Embalmers
Office Phone 10 Night Phones 225 or 423

Even at That Early Ape, What Future

President Had to Say Was
Entertaining.

Theodore Roosevelt's first book, like
many of his fifty-odd later ones, dealt

with natural history, but. unlike his
later works, it was written entirely In
pencil In an old notebook, an exchange
states. Theodore was nine years, old
at the time. The title of the book Is
on the first pace: "Natural History on
Insects. By Theodore Roosevelt. Jr."
Under It., cornea the "preface:" "All
these Insects are native of North
America., Most of the Insects are not
In other books. I will write about ants
firstV.He did, and what he had to
say about them Is decidedly entertain entertaining:
ing: entertaining:

"Ants are divided Into three aortal

for every species. These kinds are
officer, soldier and worker. There are
about one officer to ten soilders and
one soldier to two workers. He tells
about the common black ant and the
brown path ant and various other
kinds of ants ; he tells about spiders
and lady-bugs and fireflies and horned
"beetles'' and dragon flies and "ml
squeto" hawks. "All the insects that -write
about in this book," he adds, "In

habit North America. Now and then
a friend has told me something about
them, but mostly I have gained thsir
habits from ebserf-a-tion.w
The author of "natural history on in insects''
sects'' insects'' added to his volume a note or
a crayfish.- "I need not describe the
form of a crayfish to you." he writes.
"Look at a lobster and you will have
Its form."

Marksville, La. Mrs. Alice Johnson,
of this place, writes: "For one year 1
suffered with an awful misery in my back
and sides. My left side was hurting me
nl! the time. The misery was something
awful.
I could not do anything, not even sleep
at night. It kept me awake most of the
night ... I took different medicines, but
nothing did me any good or relieved me
until I took Cardui ...
I was not able to do any of my work
for one year and I got worse all the time,
was confined to my bed off and on. I got
so bad with my back that when I stooped
down I was not able to straighten up

again ... I decided I would try Cardui J

. . By time I had taken the entire bottle
I was feeling pretty good and could
straighten up and my pains were nearly
all gone.
I shall always praise Cardui. 1 con continued
tinued continued taking it until 1 was strong and
well." If you suffer from pains due to
female complaints, Cardui may be just
what you need. Thousands of women

who once suffered in this way now praise :
Cardui for their present good health. j
Give itatrUl. NC-133 j

THE WINDSOR MOTEL
Jacksonville, Florida.

In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in eac roam. Dining room service is'
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per y per person to S6.

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. KAVANAUGH,
Proprietor.

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

FREE DELIVERY

WEST BROADWAY

PHONE 110

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Bodee Brothers

BUSINESS CAR

SLOW GROWTH OF GRAMMAR

Interesting to Note Its Progress Since
the Days of Chaucer and
8haksspeare.
In the days of Chancer there were
undoubtedly differences among writ writers
ers writers which made their grammar and
spelling seem singular to us ; yet crude
though they were, the art of literary
composition was well advanced.
That, however, was net the greatest
age ; it came in the Elizabethan pe period;
riod; period; aad while the literary peculiari peculiarities
ties peculiarities of Shakespeare's style were strong strongly
ly strongly defined. It could net be said in any
sense that they revealed lack of knowl knowledge
edge knowledge in either grammar or spelling,
the standards of that day being suited
to the culture of the time.
And a great advance had beea mtde
over the days of Chaucer. In the days
of Addison. Johnson, Swift, Congreve
and Goldsmith we find a great advance
with more unity in both grammar and
spelling.
The authorized versien of the Bible
in the line of literary workmanship
noted the greatest advance of all and
reached a point which has not been
surpassed If, Indeed, equaled.
There was a certain latitude In spell spelling,
ing, spelling, it Is true, to which we today look
back with Interested curiosity; but

even that was not the result of Igno Ignorance,
rance, Ignorance, but rather of custom, which al allowed
lowed allowed the latitude, and it was in no
seme a literary disfigurement.-Christian
Herald.

Dodge Brothers Business Car
is noted for its strength and
sturdiness and the infrequency
with which it requires repair.

It will pay you to visit us and examine this car.

The haulage cost is unusually low.

Auto Sales Company
Mack Taylor
Phone 349 Ocala, Florida

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OCALA EVENING STAK, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1919

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
TA A AJL- A A AA A A" A A A A J

OCALA

OCCURRENCES

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Grace Episcopal
Twenty-first Sunday After Trinty
8 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser sermon.
mon. sermon. Subject, "Helpers of God."
No evening service as rector will be
officiating in Inverness Sunday eve evening.
ning. evening. Presbyterian
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. L. M.
Murray, superintendent.
11 a. m. Sermon by Rev. A. P.
G i egory.

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ii you nave any society iwciais ii i ii
the Star, please phone five-two-three. JVC
Have your renewed your member-! "0
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ship in the Red Cross? If not. why
- I a.
not

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Our ham sale was such a suc success
cess success that we have ordered another
thousand pounds and will let this
lot go at

per

(2 pound

Mlegae's IRelfiaMe
and
AiPMMMunp'gj Stlar
Net weight marked on every ham, 8 to 12 lb
average. Get yours today, this Is a bargain.
Large Cask of DILL PICKLES Just Opend

TEAPOT
GROCERY
16 and 174

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Coffins and Caskets,
Furniture, Etc.
Day Phone 253 Night Phones 511 and 395
L. HURST, MANAGER
Opposite Court House. v Ocala Fla.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MORE"

7:30 p. m. Sermon by Rev. A., if.

Gregory.

Methodist
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. L. W.

Duval, superintendent.

11 a. m. Preaching by Evangelist

Dunaway.

6:45 p. m. Epworth League.
8 p. m. Preaching by Rev. Duna

way, preceded by song service led by

Mr. Boyd.

Services every day next week at 10

a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Everybody is

invited to come to all services. All

who will sing are requested to come
up and help in the singing. Every
Christian is urged to pray God to

bless the services in salvation of souls
and the reclamation of cold and back backslidden
slidden backslidden and sinful members. The re revival
vival revival is said to be the best ever held
in the Methodist church.

We cordially invite all to attend

our services. You will be welcome
and your presence and help will be

greatly appreciated. Come and hear

the gospel sermons and good singing.

Smith Hardin, Pastor.

Miss Bessie Whetstone is the guest

of Mrs. J. G. Spurlin at Lake Weir

for a fortnight's visit.

The premium list and fair books of
the Marion County Fair for 1919, are
Leiner distributed today throughout

the county.

The O. H. S. football team left on
the early morning train for Lake
City, where they will meet the Lake
City high school team on the gridiron

this afternoon.

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Mr. Samuel P. Bowles left yester

day for his home in Jacksonville, aft

er a pleasant visit to his friend, Mr. I of?

F. W. Cook, and family on Tuscawilla

street.

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Christian
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.

Hyndman, superintendent.

Mr.

St. Philips Catholic
Mass at 10 a. m. every Sunday.

Sunday school at 9 o'clock. Mass
every week day at 7 a. m.

Christian Science Society
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service.
8 p. m. -Wednesday.
Beginning Sunday, November 2nd,
Christian Science services will be

held in the Merchant's block over

Hunter's Cafe, room 5. second floor.
NOTICE

Miss Josie Williams expects to
leave Monday for Tampa to attend

the general convention of the United

Daughters of the Confederacy, to be J

held there next week.

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Misses Eugenia Fuller, Catherine

Henry, Loureen Spencer, Lucile Gis Gis-sendaner,
sendaner, Gis-sendaner, Sarah' Dehon and Mr. Reg Reggie
gie Reggie MacKay left this morning by auto
to witness the football game in Lake

City this afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Dehon are ex

pected to return to Ocala tonight
from Albany, Ga where Mrs. Dehon

has pent the past month visiting
relatives, her husband joining her

there ten days ago.

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Schumpert of
Forsyth, Ga., whose marriage last
veek was a society event of interest,

arrived in Ocala yesterday to be the
guests for a delightful visit of the

latter's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.

Z. C. Chambliss.

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Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Harriss return

ed yesterday from Green Springs,

where they spent the past few days,
being called home by the illness of I

their daughter. Miss Caroline Har

riss, who is suffering with an attack

of malarial fever.

Sale Ends Tuesday,
November 11th.

Advertise and get Results.

To All Whom It May Concern:
Take notice that I, Wilbert Ellis,
who was convicted in the circuit court
fcr Marion county, Florida, in aJnu aJnu-ary,
ary, aJnu-ary, 1915, for murder in the second
degree for the killing of Robert Eaton

on the 4th day of July, 1914, and was
sentenced to imprisonment for life in
the state penitentiary, will make ap application
plication application to the honorable board of
pardons at Tallahassee, Florida, on
the 9th day of December, 1919, for a
full and free pardon of said convic conviction.
tion. conviction. ll-5-10t Wilbert Ellis.
The best winter hog and cow pas pasture
ture pasture is rye. rape and oats. At Ocala
Seed Store. 13-tf

The many friends of Mrs. Lillian
Hayes, the very efficient clerk at the
O. K. Teapot Grocery, who was to

leave next week for her former home

in the west, will be glad to learn that Z2

cue uas uctiucu iu stay m vrcuii a

while longer in order to see what the

coal strikers are going to do.

Mr. Elmer DeCamp recently pur

chased from Mr. C. L. West his res

idence on Tuscawilla street, next to I

ine nign scnooi. wnicn is now oc

cupied by Rev. C. H. Chapin and fam

ily, who came to Ocala recently from
Ohio, and expect to spend the winter

here.

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Haberdashery
Announcement!

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We will open up our new store in the Ocala House
Block on Monday, November 10th, with the most com complete
plete complete stock of Men's Wearing Apparel ever carried in
Ocala. Every piece of it is brand new and up-to-date,
and our prices will be found most reasonable. Besides
our regular line of standard made goods we have been
fortunate in being able to get the Ocala exclusive
agency for the famous
Schloss Brothers
Ready Made Clothing
This line needs no introduction to men who know.
Whether you are ready to buy or not, we invite you to
call in and get acquainted, and inspect the best line of
Haberdashery in Ocala.
Walkley & Bullock
Opposite Courthouse
Ocala House Block, OCALA, FLA.

This Store Will Close
November 11th,"
From 11 a. m to 4 p. m.
ARMISTICE DAY

Saturday, Monday and Tuesday at
W. A. Stroud's Oregon, Jonathan,
York, Imperial and winter banana

Apples; Washington, Clairglau and
California Pears; Emperor, Concord

and Tokay Grapes; lemons, bananas,

grapefruit, cabbage, pecans and cu

cumbers. 6-3t

Rev. A. P. Gregory of Jacksonville,

will preach at the Presbyterian church

tomorrow, morning and evening. Mr.
Gregory is afine and edifying speak

er. He is the evangelist of the Su-

w&nee Presbytery and one of the
most earnest workers in the field.

Everyone cordially invited to hear

him.

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Rev. N. E. Davis "and Mr. O. B.I

Howse went this morning by auto to I

Orlando, and will return tonight. To

morrow Mr. Davis will return to his

home at Cleveland, Ohio, having en

joyed a delightful visit with his sis

ters, Mrs. C. R. Tydings and Miss

Annie Davis.

"The Fashion CemteF?

IFfl0)i?Msi

Mr. J. C. Jackson left today for

Jacksonville to join Mrs. Jackson,
who has been visiting their son there

this week. On Monday they expect

to go to Miami where Mr. Jackson has

recently purchased a home, and their

son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Mackintosh, who have been
in Miami since mid-summer, will live

with them.

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The Star is an advertising medium thru which you can reach Ocala peepU. Use tht Star's Unclassified Colirma

After twenty-two months service in

France, where he served in the quar

termaster department, Alfred Har-

loun Woodward returned yesterday to

his home at Cotton Plant. In com

pany with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.

C. W. Woodward and his three broth

ers, he went to Wildwood today for a
brief visit to Mr. Charles Veal and

family.

The Boy Scouts hiked about three
miles out on the Orange avenue road
last night and enjoyed a chicken

pillau with all its accompaniments.
The bovs left town about 5:30 and

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with them were the scoutmaster, Mr.

Stirling Hooper, Mr. Blakeley of the

Y. M. C. A. and Mr. Jack C. Kasell

of the recruiting service.

"Better Times" promises to be one
of the best pictures shown at the

Temple in some time. It is rich in
humor and true to life. It is aptly
titled and carries a message of good
cheer. JaSu Pitts is a comedienne
with a stvle all her own, and is the

fnonpnt: of the DhiloSODhv that it

doesn't pay to wait for things to turn
up but you should turn them up your yourself.
self. yourself. Don't wait for your ship to
come in, swim out and get it. Thi3
picture is a sure cure for pessimism,
and if you have a friend with a grouch
take him to see "Better Times" at the
Temple today, and the Sunshine com comedy.
edy. comedy. The inspirational meeting of the
Woman's Auxiliary of the Presbyte Presbyterian
rian Presbyterian church will be held Monday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 4 o'clock at the church, with
Mrs. W. W. Condon as leader.

W. ILPedricli

J. H Spencer

THE OCALA GAS EMSUME 'MQE&E&S
Local Agents for the OM EeliaMe

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Announces that they are now Handling Storage Batteries and
maintain a fully equiped service station for recharging Batteries.
Complete line of GOODYEAR and UNITED STATES Tires and
Tubes. All kinds of Automobile Accessories, and a full line of
parts for the BUICK.

GASOLINE

OILS

SEEiSE

Acetylene Welding in Speclclly

OCALA GAS EMGIME WHM
SPENCER & PEDIUCK, Proprietors
" When Better Automobiles Are Built Buick Will Build Them

Ocklawaha Avenue and Osceola SL

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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1919

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After several months absence in the
states to the north of us, Mr. J. B.
Peek has returned to Ocala.

I
HEADQUARTERS
for
Goodyear4
Kelly-Springfield
Micltelin and
Diamond
Tires and Tubes
rz

OLDSMOBILE

Eight

In the nicture "Better Times at

the Temple this evening, there will be
seen a 1902 model Ford, which is
claimed to be the oldest Ford in cap captivity.
tivity. captivity. H. H. Summerlin. shoe and boot re-

pairing. Masters diock west oi courx-

MEMBERS OF LEGION
WILL WEAR UNIFORMS

I OCALA AUTO &
I GARAGE 0.

; Prudential i

Life Insurance

The kind that insures,
Z Against want in old age,
2 Against raises in premium
The Prudential kind
See Ditto at once
! F. W. Ditto.
2 Ocala, Florida.

Bring your carj to
Baxter & Grubbs

for the best and quickest

service.
-We repair all makes of
cars.
We wash, polish and
pull in cars from any dis dis-tance.
tance. dis-tance. Open 6 a. m. to 10 p. in.
Tompkins' Stable Corner

house, 20 Magnolia St.

terial for all work.

I carry ma-6-lm

Mr. A. S. Clark of Jacksonville, who

has spent the week in Ocala on im

portant auditing work, spent last
right at Lake Weir with his parents,

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clark.

The Star is some good after all.

City Clerk Sistrunk says its notices

regarding registration and paying

poll tax has caused many to save their
votes, as they had not thought of the

matter until they saw it mentioned in

the paper.

Saturday, Monday and Tuesday at

W. A. Stroud's Oregon, Jonathan,

York, Imperial and winter banana

Apples: Washington, Clairglau and

California Pears; Emperor, Concord

and Tokay Grapes; lemons, bananas,

grapefruit, cabbage, pecans and cu
cumbers. 6-3t

The members of the Rotary Club

had a very pleasant meeting at the

Harrington last night. An excellent

suDDer was served, after wnicn a

number of public affairs were discuss

ed. Mr. M. W. Lloyd read an address
by a famous scientist on "A Father's
Responsibility to His Son' which was

listened to with great interest by eve
rybody but Ben Rheinauer.

Marion County Post No. 1, of the
American Legion at its meeting Fri Friday
day Friday night decided that its members
wculd wear their uniforms on the oc

casion of the barbecue and celebra

tion on Armistice Day, next Tuesday,

November 11. The post decided that
it would be appropriate to wear the
uniforms and would facilitate the

recognition of service men. The uni uniform
form uniform will be worn without the insig

nia of rank. The legion thought it

would be a good idea for all the serv

ice men in the county to wear their

uniforms, though it is by no means

necessarv. nor is it asked that the

men vear their uniforms on the oc

casion. If a man does not wear his

uniform, he will be just as welcome.

LOCAL LEGISLATION

Saturday, Monday and Tuesday at
W. A. Stroud's Oregon, Jonathan,
Ycrk, Imperial and winter banana

Regular meeting of the city council

was held Tuesday evening, Nov. 4th,

with Councilmen Goldman, Osborne,

Thomas and Winer present. Meeting
called to order by president pro tem

inthe absence of the president. Min

utes of date October 3rd, read and

approved as recorded.

Bill of the Eureka Fire Hose Co.

was ordered paid when in funds.

It was ordered that the final pay

ment on the water works lot be made

in accordance with contract as soon
as deed was approved by the city at

torney.

Monthly report of city health officer
read and accepted.
Communication in regard to the
patent of the Cameron Septic Tank
Co. was referred to the city attorney
for investigation.
It was ordered that the matter of
buying wood for the fire station be
placed in the hands of Councilman
Winer and clerk authorized to draw
warrant for same when bill for same
had been approved by head of depart

ment of public safety.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

6

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99

RATES Six line maximum, one
time. 25c; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month 53. Payable in advance.

WANTED Thoroughly reliable and
honest boy to work in store before and
after school hours. Must have bicycle.
Apply to A. E. Gerig, the Specialty
Shop. 8-3t

LOST Scotch collie dog; white and
yellow with white running down nose;
had on a leather collar; answers to
name of "Dick." Reward for return.
Notify L. T. Craft, at R. H. Todd
l umber Co. Phone 223. 8-3t

FOR SALE One six-foot oak finish finished
ed finished wall case. See W. J. Weihe. 8-3t

FOR SALE Practically new roll top
desk and bed room suite. Call phone
344. 8-Ct
WANTED To buy or rent, farm

direct from owner for 1920. Address

J. W. Baker, 301 Piez Ave., Hilton
Village, Va. 8-8t

We try to render the very best service at this Bank. As a customer you
are entitled to the best business advice, all the faculities and conveniences of
the bank, and such accomodations as are warranted by your standing with us.
We are always glad to supply funds to take care of your needs in any legftimate
enterprise. Call to see us at anytime, so we may have the privilege of con convincing
vincing convincing you of our ability to serve.

THE OCALA WATIOWAL GBAMEC

AAAi

MR. KIRK BY AND
THE METHODIST REVIVAL

WANTED Salesman to handle good
territory. Singer Sewing Machine
Company, Gainesville, Fla. 7-5t

FOUND Boy's coat on street. Own Owner
er Owner can have same by calling at Star
office and paying for this ad. 8"-3t
WANTED To rent or buy, gocart

or baby carriage. State price, etc. Ad Address
dress Address P. O. V. 4G, Belleview, Fla. 73t

Upon motion, duly carried, salary

of J. W. Akin, plumbing and sanitary IFOR SALE Twenty-five choice

Apples; Washington, Clairglau and inspector, was raised from $100 to game stags, ready to trim and walk;

uaiiiornia rears; emperor, Voncora jzd per montn; saiary oi u. tu. wig-1 all bred to Hy in the iastest company

and Tokay Grapes; lemons, bananas, gins, night policeman, was raised Three dollars each while they last.

grapefruit, cabbage, pecans and cu- from $80 to $100 per month; salary Tremere. Belleview. Fla. 7-Ct

cumbers. 6-3t of T. S. Trantham, city attorney, was

raised from $75 to $100 per month. I FOR SALE Bronze turkeys. Apply

W. K. Lane, M. DM Physician and Dr. Watt, city health officer, call- to J. L. Manley, Route B, Box 167. 6 3t

Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and ed the attention of the board to the

Editor Star: Will you kindly grant
me space to say that I am sure I voice
the sentiment of all thoughful Chris Christians
tians Christians that we are indebted to Rev.
Smith Hardin for bringing the devot devoted
ed devoted evangelists to Ocala who are doing
such splendid work for Christ on the
old lines, which all the branches of
the church endorse and that I regret
exceedingly that my special duties in
connection with the Nation-Wide
Awakening of my own church, which
take me throughout the northern half
cf this diocese, prevent my attend attendance,
ance, attendance, but my earnest prayer has been,
end will be, that many more souls

nay be awakened and continue faith faithful
ful faithful soldiers and servants of Christ
unto their lives end. L. H. Kirkby.
f How about a first class moulded

Fountain Syringe at the low price of

$ 1.69. Gerig's Drug Store. 1-tf

RAILROAD

SCHEDULES

We Buy and Sell
Second Hand Cars

Shop Phone 516
Resident Phone 536

Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala, ordinance providing for the election AUTO BARGAINS Call and see our

Florida. ti cf the board of health. The council! used cars at bargains. One Buick

thereupon, in accordance with said I six. 18 model: one Ford touring car;

Yesterday evening, about 6:30, the ordinance duly elected J. H. Taylor lone Maxwell touring car; one Chev

people were, surprised to see a black I as a member of the board for one! relet roadster. The Ocala Iron

shadow rapidly impinging on the year, George MacKay for two years, Works. 4-tf

bright disk of the full moon, just like and Dr. E. G. Peek for three years.

a colored gentleman's lip would slide The city health officer and head of I FARMERS AND TRUCK GROWERS

over the body of a peeled, hardboiled department of health being ex-officio should use PHOSLIME in connection

egg. If Ocala had been in China, members of said board. ith other fertilizers which they are
I everybody would, have thought the Dr. Watt was requested to prepare! now using. Call on the John Dozier

moon was being swallowed by a list of milk dealers liable for license I Camnanv. Ocala. for the PHOSLIME

dragon and shot off guns and beat on 1 in the city. I booklet and information how to use

tin pans to frighten the monster It was ordered that the chief of PHOSLIME to the best advantage,

away. As it was several of them police notify Mr. Walter Ray to have and save money on fertilizers. PHOS
called up the Star to ask what was I lot north of court house cleared of I LIME is a Marion county Soft Phos

the matter with the moon. The Star rubbish at once. phate product and is used extensively

consulted Professor Hensley, and aft- C. W. Hunter appeared in behalf oflin South Atlantic states as well as

er learning from him it was a partial the fair association and requested! IS ew England and the Northern

eclipse, caused by the shadow of the I that lights and water be furnished' for I states. Try this home product and

earth coming betwen the sun and the I the fair as heretofore. Granted. I save money ,and increase your profits.

moon, told its enquirers what the! The following resolution was offer-1 11-6-lm

trouble was. The Star doesn't know ed by Mr. Thomas and duly adopted: I 1

everything but it generally knows Resolved, That the mayor by proc- FOR SALE Jersey bull calf, two

somebody who does. Ilamtion call an election to be held on I weeks old: weaned: price $10. Ad-

Tuesday, the 9th day of December, 1 dress T. P. Drake, Ocala, Fla. 4-5t

AMERICAN LEGION SUNDAY A. D. 1919, in the city of Ocala. for

Arrival and Departure of passenger

trains at UUAJLA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar-united.

(Eastern Standard Time)

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Leave Arrirfc
2:20 am Jacksonville-New York 2:10 am

o pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm

4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pm
2:15 am Tamna-Manatee-

St. Petersburg 2:15 am
iO pin Tampa-Manatee 1:36 pm

4:25 pm Twoipa-JSt. Petersburg 4:05pm

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 Ice & PacMimg Co.

5? Ai?

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ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD

the purpose of electing a mayor and I FORD FOR SALE See

There will be a mass meeting of all councjJmen for wards two and fourlChazal & Sons Co.

returned soldiers, sailors and marines cf the city of Ocala. Resolved further,

Louis
5-6t

R.

to which every one is invited, at 3 p. that the following persons are desig- WANTED Carpenters, at Lough-

m., Sunday, November 9th, at tne nated and named as clerks and in- man. Fla. Construction crate mill.

Temple theater, Ocala. The local spectors for such election, viz: I Wages $6 for carpenters, helper car

post of the American Legion urges For ballot box A to L: Clerk, F. W.lpentres $4.50 to $5. Apply to Charles

that all ex-service men be present and! Ditto; inspectors, H. A. Davies, A. O.IRvar, Loughman, Fla.

bring their friends with them. The Jtiarriss, John T. Moore. For ballot

-6t

following is the program for the aft- box M to Z: Clerk, E. W. Clement; in- FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and sell

ernoon: spectors. T. D. Lancaster, Frank Hall, second hand furniture. ExDerts Dut it

j SIGNS PAINTED
5 By Ex-Service Elan

Invocation, Rev. C. M. Brittain.
Song, "America."
Song, "Smiles."
Song, "Long, Long Trail."

Song, "Keep the Home Fires Burn-

Frank Gates.

Council thereupon adjourned.
RENOVATE! RENOVATE I

in good condition oeiore re-seiiing.

Repair sewing machines, lawn mow

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

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

ting

I am now prenared to renovate your I WOOD I am nrtv prepared to deliver

Address, by Captain Chaplain Con-1 mattresses, pillows, etc. Call phone I good dry heart pine wood in 14-inch

oily. 1112. Corner Oklawaha avenue and I lengths at $2 per strand. Phone orders

Solo by Mrs. L. E. Futch. Orange street, just west of Frank'f to No. 125. Sidney F. Thompson, lm

Address by Major Robert L. Ander- store, tf J. E. DREW.

son.

PriccsJRcasonablc
W orlc Guaranteed

CALL 458

E. RAYMOND

Solo, by Mr. Lester Lucas.
Song, "Star Spangled Banner.'
Benediction.

AT CHRISTMAS TIME

Advertise in the Star for result

NOTICE FOR KENDRICK

The Kendrick exhibits for the Mar

ion County Fair are requested to be

brought to Standard Lime Company
at Kendrick not later than Nov. 15th.

J. M. Fennell.

Solve your gift problems with pho

tographs. Make the appointment to-1

day its none too early.

EUGENE A REVELS,
Photographer.

Over Fishel's Store, Ocala, Fla. 76tl

ANTHONY

AGENTS WANTED To demonstrate

Save-Gas Tablets; must have auto

mobile; big money for the hustler

Gasoline at 2 cents per gallon. Send

$1 for trial can enough for 100 gal

Ions of gasoline. Write Wm. Kohler,

33rd St. and 14th Ave., Tampa, Flor

ida. 29-lm

BEPEMDA1LE

Service on your Maxwell can be had by bringing it to me. Any
troubles of the entire Electrical System quickly remedied.
IN FACT
All General Repair Work on this make of car is my SPECIALTY
and YOUR ECONOMY.
MAXWELL REPAIR SHOP
Yonge Blk., Cor. Ft. King Ave. and Osceola St., L. E. YONCE, Prop.

WOOD Phone 146 for all lenghths

oak or pine wood; thoroughly season

ed. Special price on quantity orders.

T X. A 1

Anfi,nn a itf- a r imtuj. in your winter suppiy now

a mniuuj iuv. j. utii una, xj, I ,

wnuiucti ui uv-aia sdiv uaiui uav

and Sunday with Mr. Swindell's sis

ter, Mrs. H. E. Talton.

The many friends of Rev. J. C.

Bcatwright are glad to know ke is

W i. rnniHlv vr;; FOR SALE-( Wood Cut to Order.)

- t j i Tj j il. v:i. :

ATics Fjinnio Pastoni. loff laef xaA, fteuutc cusi ui a-ecpuig turn

w .". 1 .1 i 1 1

fnr Kino- lortaDie mis winier Dy Duymg youi

e, l j a. j i j;

Mr. W. H. Milligan, who has been oou cu reau "uru uct iry

iUK SAixtj Nice residence in good

neighborhood. Bargain at $3800. Easy

terms. Apply to P. O. Box 575. 6-m

Leave Arrive

12 pm J'cksonvllle-Nftw York 3:16 a.m.

1:4 5 pm. J'ksonville-G'lneavllle 1:35 pm.

8:42 am. J'luonvllle-O'nesTllU 10:13 pm.

3:15 am. St. Pet'sbrg-Lakel&nd 2:12 axa

3:35 pm St. Pet'sburjr-Lakeland 1:25 pm

?:iu am. uunuenon-wucox

.40 am. Du'Bellon-L.'kelaDd 11:03 pm

5:25 pm. llomosaasa 1:35 pm

lu.iapm. Lcaburv :42am

'45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am

Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuiday. Thursday. Saturday.

DR. G. A. EDMISTON

Veteriiuu, Physician and Surgeon
Phone 38 M

Ocala - Florida

Send Us Your
BLANKETS, RUGS
AND COMFORTS
They will
RECEIVE CAREFUL
ATTENTION
OCALA STEAM LAUNDRY
PHONE 101

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See Me
For All Classes OI
Stone, Brick, Wood,
and Concrete
Building
j. D. McCaslull
Contractor
Phone 446. 728 Wenona St.

Rye, rape and oats. Get our prices

I before buying. Ocala Seed Store, tf

Our bread is the most whole sonde,
most nutritive and most economical
of all foods. Federal System of Bak Bakeries.
eries. Bakeries. 7-2t

Fresln Meat
CALL 519
The Old Reliable is Open
Again
Best Steaks ( 30c
Quick Delivery
J. D. Dawliins

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Are Your Taking Advantage oi

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OF LAPIES' KEADY-TO-WEAK

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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued

nnST MOVE, PACK, SHIP

pianos; baggage,
MACHINEEY,
FURNITURE, ETC

Jt

on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
LONG DISTANCE EI0VIN6

IPIfeoinie

296

in Jacksonville for some time, came
home Saturday with his bride, for formerly
merly formerly Miss Vaughn of Jacksonville.

Mr. and Mrs. Milligan have the best
wishes of the groom's many friends

here.

Miss Strange of Jacksonville arriv

ed Sunday and has charge of the in

termediate grades of the Anthony

school.

A large crowd attended the Hal

lowe'en party given at the home of

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Swain last Fri Friday
day Friday night. The house was decorated
with various Hallowe'en decorations,
which looked real pretty. Fortunes
vere told by the "old witch," and the
crowd enjoyed games and music. Mrs.
H. A. Meadows. Mrs. R. E. Lindsey
and Miss Beulah Morrison furnished
the music. Every one was then called
to the yard, where trays of delicious
purlo were served. The guests de departed
parted departed at a late hour all having spent
a pleasant evening.
Mrs. M. R. Gill of Jacksonville ar arrived
rived arrived last week to be here for several
weeks.
Mr. B. K. Padgett, who has been
away for several weeks, came home
Saturday. Mr. F. A. Sanders, who had
charge of Jthe depot during Mr. Pad Padgett's
gett's Padgett's absence, left Sunday for Cedar
Keys.
Mrs. A. B. Moore and daughter.

the producer, thereby saving the

profits of the city wood yard. Orders
filled anywhere in the city. Phone
39 M. C. P. Howell, Ocala. 4-m
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
window.

OFFICE ROOMS FOR RENT Two
large office rooms, overlooking corner
of two business streets, and conven convenient
ient convenient to postoffice. Apply to Dr. D. M.
Smith.

Ora left Thursday of last week for
Jacksonville, where they will be the
guests of Mrs. Moores' daughter, Mrs.
C C Gates.
Misses Mertie Blalock and Louise
Crumpton and Messrs. Jennings and
Simmons of Ocala were callers in An Anthony
thony Anthony Thursday evening.
Mrs. J. G. Graham and little grand granddaughter,
daughter, granddaughter, Hallie Graham, are in
Cedar Keys for a while with Mrs.
Graham's daughter, Mrs. J. P. Am Ambrose,
brose, Ambrose, whose little daughter is very
sick.
Mrs. J. M. Gates returned home
from Jacksonville last week.

It not, you are missing a great opportunity, as we are cer certainly
tainly certainly selling these lines, quality for quality, for less than any
store In Ocala. We especially Invite the ladles to call and see these
goods and satisfy themselves that we are not making any misrep misrepresentations
resentations misrepresentations either as to QUALITY or PRICE. Hie
Coati oitf,
Separate Coats,
Presses and SMrtts
V
we are showing are all of the very latest models and textures,
and if you buy any one of them you will make no mistake, and
you are.sure to be dressed up-to-date when you wear them.

West of
Courthouse

Winy Fay More'i
Ocala., IFtoFMa

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