The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Ocala, Fla.
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Nothing Will Interfere with the Pres Presidents
idents Presidents Labors in Trying to Form
the League of Nations
Paris, Feb. 4. (By the' Associated
Press.) President Wilson has sever

al nnnflintmpnt'i tviav. mclndiB? a
aiii."F rf a
call from representatives of the Bible
Soiety any visits from some repub
lican congressmen who have arrived
Paris. The president is determin
ed however, that nothing shall bb-
ftruct the progress of the commission
ibt which he is chairman and which is
?' J e a;--" 1
engaged in ponecimg a scnerae Aor
the creation of a society of nations.
While less than a fortnight remains
before the president's scheduled re
turn to Washington, it is still regard
ed as a possibility for the great pro project
ject project to be reported from the commis
sion and for the peace conference in
plenary session to ratify the plan,
and thus put it fairly in a way to be
registered in treaty form.
The supreme council at its meeting
today agreed tjiat questions in Veni-
zelo'a statement concerning ureeK
territorial interests in a peace settle settlement
ment settlement should be referred to a commis
sion of experts, who shall make rec
ommendations. :
Paris, Feb. '4. The Russian soviet
government will take "all measures
the Entente, according to a wireless
message sent from Moscow Sunday;
addressed to "Berlin, Paris and eve
rywhere." r
London, Feb. 4. -The Bolshevist
forces are now masters of almost the
whole of eastern Ukraine, according
to a Helsingfors dispatch to the Mail.
it is saia a soviet government naa
been estabiisnea at luiancov.
mnntint -in tilt ctti nniTtJOf A
Copenhagen, Feb. 4, A majority
of the government buildings in Koen-
i ncV,ov(T Past Prne?n Vinvo Vjppti
ed by Spartacans from Berlin.
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, Paris, Feb. 4. Robert Lansing,
unanimously elected president of the
committee on responsibility for ;the
war, which held its first meeting yes
terday. A' "-. ;r -V )V'
in proposing ixxr; juansing s name,
Andrew Tardieu. French member of
the committee said, before regulating
a peace of justice, it was'necessary to
impose penalties upon the authors of
the aggressions rwhich brought death
to millions, the committee's work
would be explained. First, to study
tne iacts wnicn wouia esuiuusn me
cuilt of those responsible for the pre
meditated violation of treaties and
international law; second, fix the pen
alties which will be denned and ap
I have just received notice that the
government has extended the time to
Feb; 15th for the farmers to obtain
nitrate of soda. You can obtain same
by applying to this office or to E. L.
Price at Mcintosh, J. W. Davis at
Summerfield or, W. J. Crosby at Citra,
II. Blackburn, County Agent.
Irvine, Feb. 4. Dr. and Mrs. J. L.
Davis and Miss Mamie Fant and Mr.
E. S. Ivy of Gainesville attended Gus
Hills' minstrels in Ocala Wednesday
Messrs. A. J. McLaughlin and Da
vid Payne oi r airneia-were xuursuay
. i ... rut. J
Mrs. Will Taylor of Flemington
was a visitor here Thursday after
Mrs: F. E. Farnbach and daughter,
Hazel of Mcintosh were guests of
Mrs. Wilmer Gibson Thursday.
Mr. Kent Ausley and Mr. J. L. Ford
of Fairfield passed through here Sat-
urdav afternoon.
Mr. Clarence Cork of Orange Lake
was here Saturday attending to bus
' infss.
Mr. George Blitch is on the sick
list this week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. ... Mathews and
Mr. J. C. Mathews of Flemington
,spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L.
K. Edwards. ,
Mr- Ansrus Carter and Miss Myr
tice Rush passed through here Sun Sun-afternoon
afternoon Sun-afternoon on their way" to Mcintosh.
Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Irvine and
Mrs. Walker of Orange Lake t were
Sunday afternoon caaiiers.
Mr. Clarence Chitty spent Sunday
at Flemington.
The Christian Science Society wil
ViftW n testimonial meetmcr at xonge
vw 7j v
hall tomorrow evening (Wednesday)
at V :4o. ine puouc is cormaiiy
vited. .' ; ; : ':-y: )
kt ctrhtlr rnfrhnpss of skint no

1U cs r
painful cracking of bps; no peeling
or burning flesh if you use Jergan's
Lotion of Benzoin and Almond. The
Court Pharmacy. 3-tf

Has Gained -Two OfHcers and Nine

teen Enlisted Men the Congress-
i ional 3Iedal of Honor
Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 4 The award of
congressional medals of honor, the
highest American military decora
tion, to two officers and nineteen en-
libted men was announced today by
the war department. f Only three of
these medals had been awarded pre previously
viously previously for services in the great war.
The award is given only for '' "con
spicuous gallantly, intrepidity above
and beyond the call or duty in ac action."
tion." action." ?
Southerners in the ; list included
Lieut. James Dozier, Rock Hill, S. C;
Sergeant Richmond Hilton, Westville,
S C.; Sergeant Garey Foster, Inman,
S. C; h Corpordl John Villapigue,
Camden, S. C; Corporal James D.
Heriot, deceased, Providence, S. C.
all of the Thirtieth division.
Washington, Feb. 4. The. depar
ture from France of nine ships which
will reach American ports- within
three weeks with approximately 7600
American troops, was announced to
day by the war department.
, i i i i 1 1 i ;
It is the Duty of Patriotic .Citizens to
Assist the Government to Get in
Touch with Disabled Men 1
Washington, Feb. 4 There are
fourteen branch offices of the Federal
Board for Vocational Education in as
many cities of the country, and each
office is making endeavors to locate
every war disabled man within its ter
ritory.. These offices are: t
District No. 1: Maine, New Hamp
shire, Vermont, Massachusetts and
Rhone Island. Office, room 433 Tre-
mont Bldg, Boston, Mass. ;
District No. 2: Connecticut, New
York and New Jersey. "Office room
711, 280 Broadway.
District No. 3; Pennsylvania and
Delaware. Office 1000 Penn Squar
building, Philadelphia, ; ;
District No. 4: District of Colum
bia, Maryland, Virginia and West
Virginia. Office, 606 F Street N: W,
Washington. ; ...
District No. 5: North Carolina,
South Carolina, .Georgia, Florida and
Tennessee. Office, Candler building,
Atlanta, Ga.
; District No. 6 : Alabama, Missis
sippi and Louisiana. Office, 822 Mai
son Blanche Annex, New Orleans.
District No. 7: Ohio. Indiana- and
Kentucky. s Office 906 Mercantile Li
brary building, Cincinnati.
District No. 8: Michigan, Illinois
and Wisconsin. Office, 1600 The
Westminister, 110 South Dearborn
street, Chicago.
District No. 9: Iowa, Nebraska,
Kansas and Missouri. Office, ; k517
Chemical building, St. Louis.
District No. 10: Minnesota, North
Dakota and South Dakota. Office,
room 742 Metropolitan Bank building,
Minneapolis. ;
District No. 11: Wyoming, Colo Colorado,
rado, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah. Office,
909 Seventeenth street, Denver.
District No. 12: California, Nevada
and Arizona. Office, 997 Monadnock
building, Saft ; Francisco.
District No. 13: Montana, Idaho,
Oregon and Washington. Office, .Seat
tle. ; : -
c District No. 14: Arkansas, Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma and Texas. Office, 810 Western
Indemnity building, 1000 Main street,
Dallas. .""V-:- -l v;
A great many of the men who have
suffered impairments and disabilities
were discharged from the army with
out being informed of their rights,
and without being informed of the
fact' that free re-education and sup support
port support while in training, with placement
in positions afterwards, was theirs
for the mere acceptance.,
,It is the duty of every patriotic
citizen who knows of any wa dis
abled man,', whether disabled by
wounds or disease, to furnish his
name and address to the nearest
branch of the federal board, in order
that the board may get in touch with
him and put him in line for very val
uable ooDortunities the eovernment
now offers him. A postal card or let letter
ter letter addressed to the Federal Board
for; Vocational Education, : Washing
ton, D. C, will bring full particulars.
The Woman's Club of Ocala cordial
ly extends to atl visitors, both ladies
and gentlemen, the privileges of.' its
club rooms for cards, games, music
dancing, reading, etc., on Wednesday
afternoons from three to six o'clock
Strangers will be met and made wel
come at the club by an entertainment
committee i - ..-
The Hospitality Committee.
Club house corner of Tuscawilla and
Adams streets. ;
i ...... . .
' The care you exercise in selecting
your correspondence paper is a com compliment
pliment compliment to your own good taste and
that of your friends. Look at our line
before you" purchase. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 3-tf

Limited Number of Americans Will be

Given a Chance to March
Unter der Linden
Coblenz, Monday, Feb. 3. (By the
Associated Press.) A limited num number
ber number of officers and enlisted men of the
army of occupation will be given an
opportunity to visit Berlin by the in
auguration soon of a daily courier
service between this city and the cap
I Associated Press)
New Prleans, Feb. 4. Delegates
appointed by the governors of Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, South Carolina and other south southern
ern southern states are here today for the pur purpose
pose purpose of forming and organization to
further a movement for the reduction
of the cotton acreage in the growing
The members of the hospitality
committee of the Woman's Club end
quite a number of visitors met at the
reception room at the Temple theatchc
yesterday. ;
During a discussion of new ways
and means for entertaining tourists
and visitors in the city, it was decid decided
ed decided that Wednesday would be visitors'
day at the house. A group, of
hostesses will be appointed each week
to meet the visitors on this day and
devise some means of entertaining
them. The club will be open from 3
to 6 "o'clock, and all club members are
requested to attend as often as pos possible
sible possible and bring visitors. Mrs." Emily
Green 4s chairman of the committee
doing this work.
Tomorrow will be the first open
Wednesday and members of the hos hospitality
pitality hospitality committee wish to extend
cordial invitation to all vistors in the
city. V. :C -;. V
. Mr. J. C. Temple, who has been for
ten years at Griffin Ga., with the
Georgia experimental station, is a
new comer to Ocala and has bought a
pretty little place three miles north
of Ocafa from Dr Edminston. The
place is known as theV Miller place
and the sale was made by the Rogers Rogers-Wilson
Wilson Rogers-Wilson Realty Company. Mr. Temple
will go to Georgia next week to wind
up his business there and will then
return to Ocala permanently.
Seaboard Air Line, Northbound
No. 4: Arrives '1:41 p. m. Departs
1:56 p. m.
No. 16 (Limited) : Arrives and de de-departs
departs de-departs at 4:07 p. m.
No. 2: Arrives 2:50 a. m. Departs
2:55 a. m.
Seaboard Air Line, Southbound
No. 3: Arrives 3:06 p. m. Departs
3:26 p. m. x
No. 15 (Limited): Arrives end de departs
parts departs 5:10 p. m.
No. 1: Arrives 2:45 a. m. Departs
2:50 a. m.
Atlantic Coast Line (Main line)
Nw 10: Arrives and departs 6:42 a.
v No. 40: Arrives 2 p. m. Departs
2:20 p. m.
No. 38: Arrives and departs 3:27
a. in.
Atlantic Coast Line (Main Line)
' Southbound
No. 37: Arrives and departs 3:16
a zn. - v
No. 39: Arrives and departs 3:35
p. m '
No. 9 : Arrives and departs 10:13
p. m. '- '
Atlantic Coast Line Branches, South.
; """ bound '. '
No. 151 (Sunny Jim): For Wilcox,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
leaves 7:10 a. m.
No. 35 (Sunny Jim): For Lakeland,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
leaves 7:40 a. m.
Nol 141:' Daily except Sunday,' ar arrives
rives arrives 11:50 a.m. from Wilcox.
No. 49: For Homosassa, leaves 3:25
pu tn.
Atlantic Coast Line Branches, North-
-;, bound
No. 48: From Homosassa: Arrives
1:53 p. m.
No. 150 (Sunny Jim): From Wil Wilcox,
cox, Wilcox, Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
arrives 6:45 p. m. V
No. 32 (Sunny Jim): From Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, arrives 10:43 p. m.
No.- 140: Daily except Sunday,
leaves for Wilcox at 4:45 p. m.
Oklawaha Valley
No. 71 (southbound) : Arrives 1 pjn.
No. 72: (northbound): Leaves 3:30
Rexall ColdTablets will break up
any cold, and- may prevent; "flu. 25
cents the box at Gerig's Drugstore, tf
Another shipment of Lord Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore paper and envelopes in. Come
and get a supply. Gerig's Drag
Store. tf

Afraid to Accept the Responsibility
for the Administration of

(Associated Press)
Paris, Feb. 4. No answer has
been made by the American delegates
to what is said to be the almost unan unanimous
imous unanimous desire of the other powers that
the United States undertake to act as
mandatory for Armenia and other
several provinces of Turkey. The
American delegates say that they will
discuss the situation, but say they are
disposed to resist this development,
holding that it is the business of Eu Europe
rope Europe to look after Europeans and
people nearest.
The argument used by the other
powers in support of their desire that
the United States assume some of the
obligations to care for the welfare of
the backward peopel affected by the
peace settlement, and assist in their
advancement to a higher state of civ civilization
ilization civilization is based on the unlimited con confidence
fidence confidence of other governments and be because
cause because it is known that the United
States has no territorial aspirations.
The American delegates feel they
snould await the development of sen sentiment
timent sentiment in America to to what duties
may devolve upon the United States
in connection with its interest in the
welfare of dependent peoples.
Mrs. T. F. Alexander died yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, morning at 5 o'clock at her resi residence,
dence, residence, No. 711 South Delaware ave avenue,
nue, avenue, following an illness of about ten
days. Mrs. Alexander became ill with
influenza, which developed into pneu pneumonia.
monia. pneumonia. ,
- Mrs. Alexander was thirty-four
years old. Besides her husband, who
is president of the Alexander Lumber
company, she leaves three children,
Thomas, Franklin and Barbara Alex Alexander.
ander. Alexander. She is also survived by her
mother) Mrs. J. B. Ley and sister,
Miss Ruth Ley, both of whom have
been making their home with her, and
two other sisters, Mrs. L. A. Bell of
Cairo, Ga., Mrs. Frank A. Smith of
Orlando an4. a brother, John C. Ley,
of Tampa. Tampa Tribune.
Mrs. Alexander was the eldest
daughter of Rev. J.- B. Ley, whose
memory is sacred in-Ocala. and other
places where he served his Master
and his. church. She was known to
many here and will be mourned for
by all her friends.
Marion Camp No. 56, U. C. V., met
Feb. 4th, 1919, with Commander W.
E. McGahagin in the chair.
Prayer by Chaplain Folks.
The following members answered
to roll call: Alfred "Ay er, M. P. W.
Christian, J. H. Carlton, M. P. Frink,
W. J. Folksv B. I. Freyermuth, L. M.
Graham, Col. J. M. Martin, J. C
Mathews, B. II. Norris, C. C. Priest,
John Pasteur, II. R. Shaw, J. D. Will Williams,
iams, Williams, W. E. McGahagin, I. P. Stevens
and W. E. Martin.
Minutes of last meeting read and
'Representative W. J. Folks gave a
very interesting account of some of
the side shows in the late legislature.
The camp requested Comrade Folks
to use his own judgment in regard to
pensions, but we dp not want the
three-mill tax increased, as the peo people
ple people are now paying all the tax that
they can afford.
Alfred Ayer, Adjutant.
A beautiful line of the spring's
latest models. in trimmed hats are
just in at the Style Hat Shop. 4-3 1
"I r' '. 7.

Chorus Girls in "Every woman"
At the Temple Tomorrow Night

Somebody in Authority at Washing'
ton Seems to Hare a Grudge
. Against F. J. IL Engelken

(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 4. A heated dis discussion
cussion discussion was started in the Senate
judiciary sub-committee investigating
German brewers propaganda, when
Chairman Overman announced that
Secretary Baker had refused to give
information concerning the war de department
partment department investigation of alleged
pro-German sentiments of F. J. IL
Engelken, former president of th
federal, farm loan bank at Columbia,
S. C. J
(Associated Press)
'Columbus, Ga., Feb. 4. All except
two of the cotton mills here are clos closed
ed closed down today as a result of the ope operatives
ratives operatives quitting yesterday after they
had worked eight hours.
War savings stamps in denomina denominations
tions denominations of $100 and $1000 are being
printed by the United States treas treasury
ury treasury department now for sale during
this year, in addition to the 25-cent
thrift "and $5 war savings stamp al already
ready already on sale. Announcement of this
was made several days ago.
One of the chief objections to war
savings stamps during 1918 was that
when a person wished vto purchase
$1000 worth, which' is the limit a per person
son person can own in any. one series, that
it took too long to paste the stamps
op the certificates, and that it was a
very disagreeable task. To obviate
this, the government has issued a
stamp that is worth $1000 at matur maturity
ity maturity value, and a stamp worth $100
also has been issued.
These stamps can be secured just
av the war savings stamps are secur secured
ed secured now by transferring thrift stamps.
Five dollar war savings certificates
can be exchanged for a $100 war sav savings
ings savings certificate stamp, or if desired,
a $1000 war savings certificate can
be had for $5 war savings stamps, as
no doubt all of those who own $1000
worth of war savings, stamps would
prefer to have them in one stamp,
and will make the exchange in accord accordance
ance accordance with the treasury regulations.
There will be a district meeting of
the K.'of P. next Monday night, Feb.
10th, at eight o'clock, at the K. of P.
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are nlways welcome.
W. W. Stripling, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. -O. O.
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star office building at 7:30 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.
Joe Poter, N. G.
J. D. McCaskill, Secretary.
Write to your friends on the best
stationery that you can secure. And
the best can always be secured at the
Ccurt Pharmacy. 3-tf
4 .-4 r

Scheme by Which Bolsheviki Force
Russian OfHcers to Fight Against
Their Friends
Archangel, Monday, Feb. 3.By
the Associated Press.) The Allied
intelligence department has revealed
some of the methods by which the
Bolsheviki have been able to organize
their army and make possible the
btrong campaign in northern Russia.
The principal of these methods, ac according
cording according to advices from the interior,
lies in compelling generals and staff
ofBccrs ,of the old Russian army to
serve the Bolshcviki by holding their
families as hostages. A general mob mobilization
ilization mobilization of soldiers in all districts is
being vigorously carried out. All at attempts
tempts attempts to avoid service are severely
dealt with.

(Associated Press)
Chicago, Feb. 4. Mrs. Leonora
Meder, lawyer, club woman and for former
mer former city commissioner of public
works, today announced her candidacy
for mayor. She said she would run
a.3 a non-partisan.
The cotton situation is one of con concern
cern concern to the growers of the South,
says the State Marketing Bureau.
The farmer who plants all cotton, and
does not produce food and feedstuffs
and live stock, stands to lose from the
present outlook.
The Senate last week refused, by a
vote of 42 to 10, to bar imports of
Egyptian cotton, which comes in
competition with long staple cotton,
of which there is a large supply of
stock on hand. The senators who
voted to bar imports were Ashurst
and Smith of Arizona, Bankhead of
Alabama, Fletcher and Traramell of
Florida, Johnson of California, Jones
of New Mexico, Sherman and Lewis
cf Illinois and Mallory of Oregon;
The demand "of high price3 for
foods and feeds will no doubt con continue
tinue continue fo rsometime, but uncertainty
surrounds the colton and wool mar markets.
kets. markets. The government has control of
400,000,000 pounds of wool, which will
be returned to trade channels, be besides
sides besides the government has large quan quantities
tities quantities of manufactured goods. Fewer
woolen mills are at work than for
several years.
As to cotton, a big crop means low
prices. Labor is high and bo is the cost
of fertilizers. The solution is obvious.
The farmer who will produce diversi diversified
fied diversified food and feed crops, with live
stock to consume his feeds, raise food3
for family expenses, and plant sur surplus
plus surplus acreage in cotton, the money he
derives from his cotton at the high highest
est highest price it will bring will be ahead
at the end of the year.
; The ocean rate from South Atlantic
and gulf ports was reduced last week
by the U. S. Shipping Board, from
$4.50 and $4.75 respectively to $1.25
and $1X0. Ships are not yet avail available
able available and the embargo to the Central
Powers Germany and Austria, still
Mrs. M. C. Dalzell of Ocala has re received
ceived received the following letter from her
brother. Corporal Alex K Brockie, who
went thru the thick of the fighting
last summer. The letter was accomv
panied by the picture of a huge can cannon
non cannon on a railway car one of the big
guns that carried terror to the heart
of Fritz.
Montour, France, Dec 0.
Dear Sister: I am in Montour now,
about five miles from St. Nazaire, a
big French port. We have been or ordered
dered ordered home and have already. come
two-thirds of thg way across France,
but we don't know just when we will
sail for the states.
I am enclosing a picture of one of
our big guns that we used for eight
months between Rheims and Verdun.
We were at the front eight months
(all in one stretch) coming back once
for only two weeks. Then we went
back up and stayed until the war was
I was in that second big battle of
the Mame on July 14, 15, 1C, 17, 18,
being under shell fire July 15 for sev seventeen
enteen seventeen hours, and never had a man
hurt. Some luck. Can't be beat!
That is only one of the battles that
we were in. We were within fourteen
kilometers of. Rheims during that big
battle in July. Yours,
Corporal Alex K. Brockie.
Miriam Eebekah Lodge No. 15
meets the first and third Monday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month In the Odd Fel Fellows'
lows' Fellows' hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Claire Moremen, N. G.
Eloise Bouvier, Secretary.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A- It, on the first
Friday in every month at 7:30 p. ra.
J. A. Bouvier, H. P,
Jake Brown, Secretary.

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Crop to Pre i c-.-.:
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t As ?Oi..i'.

ers appearing before t;
culture committed
government pay the ;
of $2.23 a bushel .-.r i:
crop and sell it to co co-world's
world's co-world's market price, v
mated win vc aoou;
generally believed tl
cos the govcrnmtr.i p:
ion and a quarter, it
preferable to any :
of the government tu
artificial price.
Atlantic Fleet OfT frr
- Winter Hzi.u
AE uciatc-i IT
Norfolk, Feb. I
three seaplanes the .:'
Ccet sailed this;.
tanamo, Cuba, for v. ::
(Trenton, N. J.,
Bedecked with n
splendor, Henry Xf.
woman" returned to
ater last night ;.r,.i t
dition of an cxc.l!
it had lost nono cf it
Instead this &.ymIo
late Walter Brov.n h-.
time. It has taken t
maturity as far ::
theater audience i.;
time has enhance I it.
gem in playvrritir.;:.
What theater, r :
the wonders of "J'.. -in
a mold that jriv: ;
novelty, the story
speech and "situr.iL:-.
turesque environ rr. .-.
that charm all rzr.h:
The beautiful dic dicing
ing dicing philosophy nr.. I ,'
of its verse are yc
qualities of "Ever,
serve to prove the :
home and fireside : :
surroundings, i: C.
on her pilgrim.-I
The feminine ;:
ambition for fa:r..,
and other desires th.:
in Evcryvvoman, v.h
flattery, are rho.
lance. In spite cf t:
Nobody and "Truth, Z
forth in search of 1
find vice in all for::
from her sidr, htr
youth, beauty r.n ,1 :
rebuffed by wealth
disillusionized,, L:
Truth and, return In,?
King Love awaitLn::
outstretched arirj.
"Be merciful, -To
Every,. ::.r.'.
Her fault.' r.: r
Nobody's th-
It wa3 worth a v.
to view the r.rt: ; y
Shay in the tit!- ;
liver her lines, j.hy.
face and form dao he
figure. Mi 2 ? Shay, -enunciation
r.r. 1 ih,-;
veyed the full sir.inr.
tiful word mc
Special as:-i:tr.n:--William
II. Prir.-r:
body. He pur.:tu:.l
emphasis and ch.;ih.;
could not help .'.
Adelaide Fitzr."
terous perforr :
Frank Kilday .. I
fercd creditah! :
A dainty t:-... ;
capital work cf
Youth; I i s Tx i
Beauty; 3Iiss Jc:.r. L
esty; J. K. Hut'.hh
Miss Winifred V. ,:
Edmund Fitz; :A: :
Elizabeth Kc!:cr;-,
Sidney Herbert, :
Hampton, as Tirr.
effectual support. ? I
well, and Mr.' II--;1.
ly agreeable a. T;:
the silly maid 5 .,: ;
ed brothers in the r
to giggle at him.
Mr. Savage
new outfit of cc:.
effects. Particu! ;r r.
efficiency shown in h;r
ing effects. A rr V
B road v "ay, Ne Vr
gaiety of cckl.- .t;. -finely
executed. M:
called for extrr. r. h .,"
The incident. 1 rr:
Chad wick gave .. r
production, .13
of symphonic j :cr :t
b etwee n th e l c 1 1
everything to give cm
diences during the t r
gagemer.L Every v, ;
and evcrj Lcdy i
Drop irl an;
Three colors.


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r. V. IaxcrosooJj Secret ary-Trever
J, II. ttenJamLs, Editor
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nnttred at Ocala, Fla, oatoffice as
econd-cIasa matter. ., ;"; w,; :-; j

Iloiit. Office .... .;. r.Ftve-Oie
Ci;ioral Department Two-Sere
So-!rt- ixlHor Five, Donble-Oae

inriiiKit associated ntcss

Tha A-sociatei3 Press is exclusively
ntiU(ri for th for republication of

ail newi dispatches credited to It or
tt (Otherwise credited In this paper
and -also the local news published
hi't'txi. All rights of republication o
tpcinl dispatches herein are also reserve!.

it will be

up tne matter;

worth while toje.

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V.'C'.lt LC. i couple i,..t.Lii
car?, one each way a day, in the morn morning
ing morning end evening, with five or six
hours for people living along the line
to spend in each terminus, would be
an inducement for Ocala and Palatka
to make some effort to support the
road, but if they are to have no bet better
ter better service than they have had the
past four years, it is no use for them
to bother with it.

es will eve j


ly caujed by Italy z tcj L. L.Adriatic
Adriatic L.Adriatic coast.-There is ar.sihcr c

ficulty between Eunmnia and Sertl

and friction between Poland and

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Wednesday: "Everyworaan.

Czecho-Slovakia. But the probability J Doll's House.

Thursday: Elsie Ferguson in "A

is the bigger nations will straighten

cut all the troubles between the small smaller
er smaller ones. Germany is in no condition
to refuse any of the demands made
on her, and the greatest threat to

world peace is Russia.

Friday: Carlyle Blackwell and Eve

lyn Greely in "Love in a Hurry.

The following editorial from the
Columbia, S. C State is worth the
careful consideration of both white
and colored people:
Working in the Dark
Not only out of the mouths but

into the ears of babes and sucklings a


Martel, Feb.

1. Those attending

the minstrel in Ocala last Wednesday
evening were Misses Mary Kemp and

Bernice Smith and Messrs. J. L.

Smith, Dan Croft and Mr. and Mrs.

J. II. Handberry.

Dont imagine glasses
make yon look old.
j Properly fitted glasses

s are a powerful factor

in making you feel young.

Dr. K. J. T7c2ie
Eyesight Specialist
Graduate Ontoxaetrlst

With WeLhe Co-, Jewelers. Ocala. Fla.

scnscitirTiosr iiatcs

One yt-ar, in advance.

?x months. Li advance. .....
iivt-u liiorith?, in advance...-.-Cto;
month. Jn advance

Onft year, in dvanca I-??

nmths. In advance

sree months, in advance.....

in advance..

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Messrs. Lee. Tomnson and Medlin of fof payinflr retail PAINT brlce -Tor the

Inverness spent the week here, paint- Linseed OiL in Readv-Mixed Paints,

great quantity of information pours. mg the Handberry Lumber company's wujr c K Uii ux

No one has failed to observe the effect cmce. 17 TV fTTiV

WUltU I.OU UC UiUUUtCU Uy vll LiliCJt I v- V. uwtu .mi t J X -v V f t I

pec LCU Ulfc Ol lamuy gOSSip Oroppeai' uwc s. uwuj( ecumg.
into the midst of a company dinner Mr. W. C. Wilson, who has' been

by one of the innocent children. They I stationed at Camp Jackson, received

bear everything and they understand I nis discharge and returned home last

far more than one supposes. Above I Saturday.

all, when it comes to dealing with T. J. Sistrunk of Ocala spent
what the world (up to the present ne week here with her daughter, Mrs,
topsyturvy era)' called the lower J. L. Smith.

.1 A. V . m I f i T 1t .' CntJll

classes, meir arxiess srieamnc 01 iacxs 1 "J o"" iu:,.!, ;a at t. oatwt -jj

would put the secret service to the nee with his wife and son, Chas. W. Uaiiou 0f Pure Linseed Oil, at linseed

Diusn. oney jr. I Oil Price, and yon wfll have TWO

More than one Darenthas been sur-l Mr. B. H. Stone spent Saturday I gallons of Pure linseed Oil Paint, at

rt.rp-,- nn ais. usai ruu -" i nnsprt larpiv ta npnr nor trif anr a mub auu ouuuity ucic yisiuuk niwia www oaiuiic mi awu vl vvc uuiiar

times sc. per tocnv fcPP???l --i,,,. ,M u- j v, fHends. or MOKE according to the price of

-4 a. r 1 ra nt bbi r ti ac a a nr. i i, i w i i 1 1 i .

r ceiil. euaiHoa."'" --!.v" f 7 f : I ,r - j in Linj1 Oil In jiffitinn vnn rill

. t f hn rniiF iTirnPH 1 ii jlz 1 1 rvi T" i i tti 1 t n onn nancnTPr niivmi -

i x, v 7 ; I nMrA xiVUJ 4 Ve.A Vil ICbUCU &4U1C ic- I k-,A

higher rate, wmca wn !..., tic.. r-u ..: Rmiff.. .niovH

wuivif ftiiav uiivci iiijr iau id gvixiij 1 f

S p J t
iMa I

! -lays Plate 10a per Inch for con-
iriv fna&i-tin-ni Alternate inseT-

t.r" cent, additional. Corappsl-




en applicaticin.

"Hearts of

it -jibs rvwtiWi sc. per lino for first f to be a Bolshevik. When told thai! World" in Ocala last Thursday eve-

this must be a mistake, in view oflning.

The vounc people here crave xdiss

(-tcrti.T. -rr line lor eaca ruose-

, - r One change a week

eiij-v i roiitrs vrunoui eir wm- me eminent v resDectabie and verv

3rjrw!,' V Ii:.i.e .tiM... n.k ulMarv Kemn finite a. Kurnnse last Sat-

. I A tnrt. A ,a T I rfl I ItllLliUU Lliai 1 UX Ul litlll. iCl I T 1

ic be mounted, or charge i-trnHt fhAiuiday evenine by meetinsr at her

f t nmriiinz. .- i 11 1 ii i

at jr tit ..... ..? ir-rtrt inume anu ui-vuiir carius.

Misses i'eari uooisoy, Liacy mciter

I have one of the znost durable paints

uuuaiuiiuie, since u is xrure mju&sgu

OU Paint. 2

' For Ssla Cj

.'i:l,l i.o your war savings stamps.

Ei,cvi.:ni is the child of social


heretics of the last century

orthodox of thi3 one.
cvcrj-L-Ddy's money is a. sink sink-.1
.1 sink-.1 c:i the first of the month.


"She savs the white rjeorjle have all

the money. She says the colored peo- and Mrs. JM. l. rerraii made a pieas-i

pie don't get their rights. She says J ure trip to ucaia last weeK. j

up north she saw in the papers that and irs. j. amim reecivea
the noor neonle were starving and I a letter from their son. Corporal

freezing; I told her most of them Lewis Smith, Co. G, First Pioneer In-

were white." J v Ifantry, A. E. F last Tuesday saying

Perhan- with a vW tn inmrin? he was well and enjoying life. This

more peace of mind on the question was the first letter they had reecived

of world-politik to a faithful friend om mm since jnov. 4in.

thp invMfiMw. father Mr. vv. u.'wuson leit last lnurs-

, ... i .

or mother -oes to see her. In too manv I day lor JaCKSOnvine.

cases she finds a condition verv much Miss Eloise Wilson and Mr. Terry





a citizen 01 rans

or you to call him a Parasite- hje that caused by the insidious and Young of Sparr motored to Homeland

U. -it S3, U he doesn't understand Jng- widesnread German nronae-anda met st tounaay aiternoon.

with at every turn during the war. It

has left an aftermath, although it

in .luck. Her ships, which! was successfully, combatted at the

states commandeered last I time. And this aftermath is bemg

are to be returned ywith a nice I skillfully used by influences that may

for tho u:e of each. I prove even more sinister. Many col

ored people are being assured that

i-Tcrs of the Senate woman! their race was discriminated against

resolution have decided to in the draft.

... a r J J

ir j measure next Monaay anc,

i nlitiin fiTnl vnte. Thelflnence. hut not for them.' Thev arel..r.T--n

" : -: - nvAnim

iy, v.lll ue very. Close. luair mctr scivitca uac wvv uvcu

adequately recogiized by the govern-

event oi tnis monxniment;-ineir exploits, nave not receiv-

fouth Florida r Fair at I ed the same popular praise. The more

will begin Monday, Feb. j ignorant are distressed by tales of FOR RENT Rooms suitable for bed-

17, j.i 1; t tlx days. It will be a I injustice and lack of proper care to rooms or light housekeeping. Address

in.-truction and enjoyment I their men abroad. They will repeat Box 257, Ocala. 3-6 1

Star hopes many Marion! the stones circulated irom one to an-

:ntv t. epic will be in attendance, other, that on the battlefield nursesjLOST Sunday night between East-

would "step over wounded negroes j lake Weir and Mrs. T. M. Moore's

and ignore them until their white 1 residence on Fort Kinga fur neck

comrades had been served. When in- j piece. Reward to finder by applying to

formed that nurses are not allowed Miss Blair Woodrow, 316 Fort King

on battlefields, they shift the scene to 1 avenue.

th j l.-sard. arid if they do I the hospitals. They will complain

rtlr," interest they will build that after the "white man's war" took WANTED A 4 family


Lilly IO


RATES: Six line maximum, one

Safe nositions at home! time 25c: three times 50c: six time

.- a ;n 75c; one month $3. Payable tn advance.



; oi

J to

ard of trade will meet Thurs-

I :rfcct its organization and!

other matters. .The citizens
he taking more than usual



r i

on farm

organization that will do
:t wo: z for tho town.


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altneir young men, wnetner iney wani-ijuaice err; ou acres under lence. un

f I tut tn cn nr Tint, ail thev jrot li thevl shnr e o r-nrti w-c- fT-ri mv

were killed was Ma little bit o money, I woman some work in the house. See

tl. 3 government wants to give I an' that don las long." When assured j T. B. Crossley, Lake Kerr, or write
to oJr returned soldiers then it I that the same facilities of life insur-1 F. J. Cooledge & Sons, Atlanta,, Ga. 9i

1 not do better

than to


zcod ; roads. Good

: arc r.r cld "Lctii in time of peace

v -r.iit. Au;7ustine Record.

'..'culd pk.-.r,o the Germans to

ance were offered to the colored as to

the white, many negroes are surpns-1 WANTED To buy a Ford car. Or
ed. If the visitor takes the trouble to I will trade land for it. Apply Box 329,

show articles from the newspapers Ocala, Fla. 30-t

and magazines, such as ; the letters

tl'.o ro:


to nc

f rrt

cur eoldiers had been sentenced! published week after week by the J FOR SALE Valencia seed peanuts.

Literary Digest, some of which con-1 Apply to Bitting & Co., North Mag-

tain unqualified admiration of j the J iiolia. St.. or phone 14. 29-6t

Ocala Star strikes the keynote fighting qualities of black soldiers,

. I i v. v-b mm m 4

it savs names" for associations! the compiamers are even more i i uu ajuj; a. lot oi nogs, Drooa

as clotheslines are a horror astonished. These thmgs have never sows and pigs. Can be seen at the

r men." If we had had the been told them. Only the dark side farm of N. W. Harison, North Lake

ice. of "The South- of the picture has been presented and 1 Weir ( OklawahaV Fla. Sl-6t

Lttlement and Development Or-1 impressed upon them.

i7 -it inn." we would have called it l v There is no doubt that a widespread WANTED We offer one individual

for in


ii V.

Get 'cm Club," and such effort is being made to inject a oi-

n! xv a lVfluM hnve cot! shevist unrest and' discontent. Dur

ing the war, when the German pro-

& D. O. should accept the paganda was at its worst, many

earnest men and women iound it
worth their while to go among our
sable, brethren, not only to individu individuals,
als, individuals, but to speak from the platforms
of their churches and social halls, ex explaining
plaining explaining the rights of the case. The
need at present is as pressing. The
menace of Bolshevism, though not as

open in this country as in Europe, is

number of cur leading citizens,
:r in the Star yesterday after after-,
, after-, t'.-.rt W.'.tvQ would be a "meeting
: : -ivzl of trade room in the eve eve-,
, eve-, to consider means for keeping
"v lav.T.ha Valley railroad in ope-


A ha

wprf nn Vir.d at R oclock.

f;nd there "as nobody present real and is growing. That far-seeing
r receive their propositions or statesman, Lord Northcliffe, has

f fnf. r.v.r-nar war- will- sounuea a warnmg, aisiurDing enougu

Tf i- AaAA fr. Aienne 1 to break the comfortable sleep of the

thi board of trade western world, isoisnevism is no ion-
t j. I r- a a a wnf- r tint flnwn Tfl is

rsaay evening, rne star v T"
Itakinsr on the dimensions of a world

i agntation.

, T-;n 'At ,vt hi. -fn- va I A moment's consideration oi tne

, ;t c-.-rafCj jn a differ-1 possible situation of the South with
'-'hr if W.'.Kiffl I Bolshevism added to her regular and

i":-.J oat of the hands of ever presentrace problem, gives one
- ?rr To-nf- -rtT1f-iil pause. Would it not be worth whue

!.o ran it for the benefit once more to go out to oppose the
: !i r.bng the line. He sent propaganda working in the dark,
rf Oc-iH everv momin- with organized enlightenment! Above

- r-- Pnintw all would it not be worth while to call

tt..f w a 1 .

;-.-.- in the t-o cities and along upon the educated and solid elements
.c.d Lad convenient and easy of the negro race itself to help in re-.-.unication.
But Ocala and Pa- futmg misinformation : and discon-

t-- civ, Tr. Tnf- the sun. tentT JNo innuence wouia De so pow-

1 nA v, 1,01 if enm as tneirs. iiore uan ever ib me

It passed into the hands future of their people mainly in their

.viiw T?-n-ori Prt-i. nanus.

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ran it lor the conven

L;T roads at either end.

very little good; as the

train did not stay here
i to enable people to at at-Lut
Lut at-Lut the briefest business,
s it of much use to Pa Pa-cph?
cph? Pa-cph? from out in the
.l not 50 to the city and
arae tlay. Under the man man-thz
thz man-thz Ia;t year, it has been
'.: ast use as a public car car-:nr:cr
:nr:cr car-:nr:cr schedule has been
.? i 2 who boarded its
hnevr when they woud
;c jr.' destination, i Nowy,if
:lers"will promise 'the 'peo 'peo-ri
ri 'peo-ri lule that will en en-I
I en-I .rrincss with the
ty up to Orange

When we wrote yesterday that Red
Cross, liberty bond and United War
Work posters should be torn down,
we did not refer to those which are
put up in places where they can be
well taken care of and referred to. We
were looking : last night at 1 a number
of these posters in the board of
trade room. Each of them is of strik striking
ing striking design and not a little artistic
merit, and they will be very interest interesting
ing interesting to look at years from now. In all
such places, they should be preserved.
Representatives of the nations in
conference at Versailles, have made
known their respective claims. There
is no conflict between the five great
powers, which means that the smaller

representative, or any ladies' aid, mis

sionary, church or woman 8 dub, in

each town, exclusively a conservative,
dignified, permanent means of income.

U. S. Carbon Co., Birmingham, Ala Alabama.
bama. Alabama. 20-lra

WANTED All kinds of second hand
furniture, guns, beds, etc Notify
me and I will send for them. J. W.
Hunter, Gunsmith, South Main St. tf


Fresh Grated Horse Radish
Royal Scarlet Sweet Relish 1
Rolled Oats in bulk
t Samp or Big Hominy
Duffy's Apple Juice
Blott's Sweet Cider
Curtisola Antipaste
, Mission Prunes, ready to serve
Rice Milk and Raisins in tin
ready to serve
Angelas Marshmalows
Ala&VaPickled Salmon
Pineapple Cheese
Cracker Meal, Oyster Crack Crackers
ers Crackers and Soda Crackers in bulk
Sirs. Kidd's Burr Gherkins
Old Fashioned Buckwheat Flour
Lemon and Vanilla Paste Extract
Premier Salad Dressing
Finnan Haddie in Glass
r' Seedless Raisins r r
, Stewing Figs
Seeded Raisins
Evaporated Prunes, Peaches, Apricots
and Apples
PHOWES 16 ancl 174

We purchase" writing fabrics with a
view to providing our customers with
that which is best, economical and
proper. The Court Pharmacy. 3-tf


We do not believe it would be pos

sible for us to bottle and sell ONE

of No. 101 Tonic per day if it was not
an effective treatment for influenza.

A man who works a large force of

men came to our office several days

ago and told us he had twenty-five
men taken with this malady in one
day. He ixnmediately distributed an

amply supply of No. 101 Tonic among

them and ther was not a fatality in
the twenty-five.

The formula by which this Tonic is
made is given to the public, so it can
not be listed as a secret nostrum. It

contains Iron, which is for the blood;

Quinine, which is deadly to the influ influenza
enza influenza germ, and Magnesia, which
thoroughly opens the bowels. Sold
throughout the South by wholesale
and retail druggists and drug dealers.

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1 and Davis Kidney Yax parbu. Oi l.

Vdznllnz and other green beans per bu. C13.
Also have Fresh Peas, Water Melon, Canta Cantaloupe,
loupe, Cantaloupe, Cucumber, and other seeds.


Seasoned oak fire wood 16 to 18 in inches
ches inches long, delivered anywhere in
Ocala. Phone 185-X. J. C. Johnson,
Ocala, Fla. G-lm

Liggett's Chocolate Cowered Whole
Brazil Nuts are always good. .Gerig's

Drug Store. tf


Will again give one performance for the citizens of Ocala under the
auspices of the Mount Moriah Baptist church.

At the


Unil2r an entire new prenrnn

mission xvui cs lor ciullzh

J W.4-4fcf L

Ample provision has been arranged for the white public. Tickets
on sale at the Court Pharmacy, Mitchell's Pharmacy and the Metro Metropolitan
politan Metropolitan Savings Bank. Dont miss hearing these world famous

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AN artist never frames his master master-piece
piece master-piece until he finishes it.
So the new Maxwell, a com completed
pleted completed work, is now robed in new
They do not make it run any better.
They make it look better.
Mr. Whistler, himself, were he here
today and saw a new Maxwell pass on
the street, would probably give it a
second look.
A little touch here, the straightening
of a line there,' the bringing of a fender
a little closer to the wheel, a Circassian
walnut dash before you as you sit at
the wheel, the strength lent by putting
the gas tank in the rear, the multipli multiplication
cation multiplication of bonnet vents, the adding of
three more painting coats, the increased
thickness of the seat cushions these,
though but a'few of the many changes
made, show the tendency of the new
It is in the sum of many little things
that the full story is told.
The car was first checked off' in
squares, as a doctor sometimes marks
eff a man's chest and back to test every
square inch of the lungs.
And there was an improvement
made in nearly every square.
When the task was done it looked
like a different Maxwell.
But it wasn't.
It was the same, sound, go-get-thcrc

chassis built to stand the gall of rough
and ready driving, built to endure, to
"stay put," to stand all the erratic
moods of the careless driver.
It was a five year drive to reach this
present peak of MaxweU efficiency. But
the engineers, and the manufacturing
men knew that building a chassis with without
out without fundamental change in design year
after year would ultimately tell in re results.
sults. results. For every one .knows that doing
one thing results in doing it welL
So in five j'ears 300,000 Maxwells
have come forth, all built on the orig original
inal original chassis plan -each new one better
than the last.
There is no self-starting automobile
in the world that has such a manufac manufacturing
turing manufacturing record.
Think what it means to a man who
owns one:
He Jiss not paid rt false overhead.
He not p&Id for manufacturing
He h&3 not paid for experiments! work.
He hza not paid for the ch&ns3 cf
mind cf another man,
Today you get a better Maxwell
than any of the 300,000, and a better

Ionian LlaswclL It is a finished


You run no rick and when you cast

your eyes cn it you are
feel that the price might ca

a completed task, a thing well

tempted to

;ily be C200

See the latest Maxwell at our Salesroom






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Head Trimmer of the
Affleck Millinery Parlor
is now in the markets studying
with wonderful inspiration, the
great numbers of designs, materi materials,
als, materials, colors and the various motifs
in garniture all being exquisitely
combined in making the Victory
Chapeaux most attractive and al alluring.
luring. alluring. The Ocala House Block.





Fnneral Directors and Embalmers i
W e deliver caskets free anywhere in the county.
Calls promptly answered night or day.

I Day Phone 10 Night Phones 225 and 423

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Real vs. False Economy
At This Time

Do yea turn your toes cut farther
than necessary "when yon walk? A
good many people Co, csserts an ; ex expert,
pert, expert, and there are two reasons why
the practice is a bad one for one
thin?. It gives an awkward and affect-;
ed gait, which may even be a mincing
gait if the habit is very pronounced;
for another thing; It is apt to produce
Hatfoot, that unsightly and often pain painful
ful painful disability.
One hears a good deal about fiat fiat-foot
foot fiat-foot these days,, and It is shocking
how many otherwise able and efficient
candidates for the army have to be
turned down by, physical examiners
because of this disability fiatfoot.. So
much attention Is being paid to the
welfare of the foot now that fiatfoot
Is likely to be far less prevalent In
the next generation, but those who
have been fortunate enough to escape
the trouble so far In this generation
should be very careful not to let It
come upon them.
The common causes of fiatfoot are
Improper shoes and faulty ways of
walking or standing. Fiatfoot will not
be prevented, as many women seem to
fancy, by the continuous wearing of
high heels. There are people who
wear healless tennis shoes all summer,
long without Injury to the arch of the
foot. It all depends on the way one
steps. Barefoot people for the most
part walk with the toes pointing
straight forward if anything a trifle
inward. The Indian always walks in
this way; so If yon will .note does
the barefoot lad In the country. The
toes in this method of walking get a
firm grip on the ground and help to
propel the body forward.
To avoid fiatfoot wear supple, roomy
shoes and take care not to toe out ex excessively.
cessively. excessively. Make all the toes do their
work In propelling the body forward.

Resist the mental suggestion to curtail your regular taking of ice
until "the weather turns warm again." Your refrigerator is going
nicely now; it is well chilled an d it is doing full duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a lit tie bit rit may sulk on you "all the
remainder of the season. ;



In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every "modern convenience in each room. Dining room service' is
second 'to none.
RATES ;From $1.50 per day per person to ?6. .;


Ilanager. Proprietor.



SgCQSCl 'HsillCi -Y Y-Y'- Y Y Y YY Y.;-

' Bougbtand;SolcL
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German Birth Rate Shows
a Drop of Forty Per Cent
Since Beginning of War

The birth rate in Germany for 1918

fell off 40 per cent from the figures for
the year 1913, according to Dr. Charles

Greene Cumston of the University of
Geneva, writing in the New York Med Medical
ical Medical Journal.

Doctor Cumston's figures are taken

from a report prepared by the intelli

gence department of the local govern

ment4 board of Switzerland. Doctor
Cumston says In part : ;

"During the war there has been a

heavy fall in the German birth rate.
The first three years of the war alone

reduced by more than 2,000,000 the
number of infants who wouid have

been, born had neace prevailed. : I

would add that the infantile death rate

has been kept well down, but Is CO per

cent higher than In England. .
The birth rate, which had risen from

38.1 per 1,000 Inhabitants In the decade

1841-1850, to S0.1 in the period 1871 1871-1SS0,
1SS0, 1871-1SS0, fell In the succeeding decades to
SGJ8, SG.1 and 31.9. The rate for the

last year of the decade 1901-1910 was

SO per 1,000 Inhabitants, and the con

tinuance of the fall brought the' rate
as low as 23.3 in 1912. In 1913 there

were 1,839,000 live births. In Ger

many, In 1D1G, there were only 1,103,-

C00, a decrease "of 40 per cent as com

pared with 1913."

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Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Give3 Llore and Better
Work for the Lloney than any other
contractor in the city.

Ladies, if there is any Toilet Article
you are in need of, we have it. The
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A iiew shipment in smart styles in
sport, street and dress hats just re received
ceived received atUhe Affleck Millinery Par Parlor,
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The Y. V. A. of the Baptist church

will meet with Urs. C. I. West

Thursday evening at 7jS0 o'clock.

The announcement in Monday's pa

per that the card club would meet
with Mrs. Charles Iioyd, should have

read Mrs. Charles ChaxaL

Jergan's Lotion of Benzoin and Al

mond preserves the skin and complex

ion; healing, soothing and whitening.
The Court Pharmacy." 3-tf

Mrs. John Gordon of Largo, who

has been .the guest of her daughter

Mrs. Emanuel Martin during the tat

ter's recent illness, has returned to

her home.

The regular monthly meeting of the

King's Daughters will be held at the

residence of Mrs. C L. Bittinger
Thursday afternoon, Feb. 6, at 3:30

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Ever cheerful George Wenxel writes

from Bains-les-Bains, in tee Vosgea,
that he has come thru the war all
right, and is having a good time where

he is, but he surely does want to get

home. Everybody will be glad to tee

Just arrived, another large ship shipment
ment shipment of Nunnallys, The Candy of
the South. Always fresh at Gerig's
Drug tSore. tf
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Felton of Bar Bartow
tow Bartow have arrived in the city. and will
be the guests of Mr. Felton's brother,
Dr. E. G. Peek and family. Mr. and
Mrs. Felton have just come from the
East Coast, where they have been on
their wedding trip. 4
A. E. Mobley, one of our clever
Company A boys, now at Lemans,
France, in a letter just received, sends

his best wishes to his friends and
says he hopes to be with them by the

watermelon season. The Star will cut

a big melon for him if he comes in

time. J 1
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Don't forget to get our prices on

wax and green bean seed, garden peas
and all other seed. Ocala Seed Store,

Ocala, Fla. tf

"My Sammy Girl will be the next

road show at the Temple. It is mus

ical military comedy, acted pnnci

pally by girls, and has taken by stona

all the towns where it has appeared.

It will be at the Temple next Men

day evening, and as an entertainment

will be the only one m its class.

. Dr. E. Van Hood, who" is physician

and guardian for the crippled chil

dren at the Marion County Hospital,

gave three of the Uttla icmatss a very
pleasant and profitable afternoon by
taking them to the. library. They
spent several hours in a veritable

fairyland of pictures and stories.

NORMS the candy" supreme. Sold

by the Court Pharmacy. 3-tf

Mr. C. B. Wilmer a noted divine of
Atlanta, well ; remembered here by

the older residents of. Ocala, as' he
was rector of Grace Episcopal church

some thirty years asrov has been

granted six months leave of absenca
by his church. Mr. Wilmer expects

to leave the first of March for France

to preach to the soldi ers.

A letter to Sergeant Travis Col Collier
lier Collier to his mother in this' city tells of
the experiences he is having in
France. Sergeant Collier, who is in
the motor branch, has seen a great
deal of France, and was particularly
interested in one place on the coast,
which reminded him of his old home
at Margate, England, only a few hun
dred miles away, and which ha may
visit before returning to America.

An excellent assortment of Writ

ing Tablets. Come in and see the

line. Ceng's Drug Store. xt

It comes as a surprise to everyone

to know that Mr. A. E. Burnett is sell

ing out. Mr. Burnett's jewelry store
and watch and clock repairing busi business
ness business has been in its present .location

in the Merchant's block for- twenty-

seven years. He has built up a splen

did reputation for dealing in the best

of goods and for excellent workman workmanship,
ship, workmanship, and when he closes his doors he
and his elegant store will be greatly
missed from Ocala's business.
A telegram has been received by
Mrs. Otto Mente that-a baby daugh daughter
ter daughter had arrived at the home of her
son and daughter-in-law. Mrs. Frank
Mente is making her home with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G reason of
Jacksonville, during her husband's
absence in France. Word has been
received from Private Frank Mente
that he may be expected home soon to
make the acquaitnance of his baby
Dr. G. C Shephard wishes to an announce
nounce announce that he has received Hn dis discharge
charge discharge from the army and has resum

ed the practice of dentistry at his of

fices over the 5 c 10 cent store,

where he will be pleased to see his

friends and patients. 23-6t
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. John

Dewey will rejoice with them in their
anticipation of the discharge and re

turn of their son, Mr. Welch Dewey,
who is so popular and a general fav

orite of every one in the city, welcn

has been with Uncle Sam in the motor

transport service for the past eight

een months. He was at Camp Milk,
Long Island, awaiting embarkation
orders when the armistice went into
effect. Since then he has been trans transferred
ferred transferred to Camp Lee, in Virginia, and

now is at Caznn Gordon, Atlanta.

Word has just been received from

Lieut. Chas. H. Lloyd that he is to

muster out another Ocala boy, Welch
Dewey, and he is expected home this

week. .-

Jonteel Power "Compact." All col colors
ors colors in vanity, bcxes;at Geris'a Drug

rill Continue Ecily Until Ail Is Scld
Every Article Will be guaranteed as repr c-;
arid will be sold regardless of cost to the b
bidder. Chairs will b e provide d for the

Everybody invited to attend,
fide sale to close out business,
ford to miss it.

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1 Ford Roaclster $250 4
14 Buick new tires $250
1 Olds 8 new tires $900
1 Ford delivery
wagon ... .$350
1 Ford Touring $450
1 Dodge Touring CG75
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Ocala, Fla., Jan. 3, 191D.
There will be an annual meeting cf
the stockholders of the Citizens' In Investment
vestment Investment Company on Feb. 11, 1919,
at 3 jp. m., at the cfllce cf Hocker &,
Martin, Baxter Corn,
23-3t-tue3 Secretary.
EXQUISITE CANDIES are unsur unsurpassed.
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I wish to call your attention to the fact tl::t I
ing to your city the elaborate musical spectacle "1
.WOMAN." Contrary to a custom that has been ;
the past years by most theatrical producers with ;
success to their credit, I have steadfastly refused to
and send out any duplicate companies cf thir,
success, which is coming to your city at the zenith :
and glory, full of international honor and hemn; ;. ;.-cal
cal ;.-cal in the proportions that have made theatrical :'
and abroad.
I realize that I may be sacrificing much in t :
stand, but I feel positive that the theatergces cf t: i
' to which I am sending "EVERYWOMAN" v.ill
the excellence of this company. Many cf yen I :
witnessed a performance of "EVERYMAN,";-
gratified to know that Paula Shay, Natalia Lynn,
Baldwin, Percy Parsons, Norman Lane, J. K. II;
Frank Kflday, F. J. McCarthy, and Fred Han::.; ;.;
the cast and will appear in the same role with which
been identified.
Feeling that you will appreciate this effort Vj
the best in my power,
I beg to remain,
; ; Faithfully yours,
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loaded for bear
or U;rr;k;::v He has one of the finest
repeating riiles ever seen.
'Vhiie in Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. Como
D. riaK'-cv and children are making
l..!r j;oa:e with Mrs. J. W. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Balkeom are
i :7 comfortably located in the first
floor of the Vv. V. Newsom residence
on Fore King avenue.
A beautiful line of the spring's
latent modals in trimmed hats are
jut in at the Style Hat Shop. 4-3t
Lieut. Guy Zewadski with the 54th
Picr.cerfat Coblenz, writes his father
a fine description of that famous city.
Guy will probably be one of the Am Americans
ericans Americans to take advantage of the per permission
mission permission to visit Berlin.
Mr. L. W. Ponder, who for several
ytars has been bookkeeper for Mclver
i'c MacKay, is now assistant cashier
tit the Commercial Bank. Mr Ponder
L a fine accountant and an excellent, and the Star believes it can
"grantee he will give the bank and
it patrons the best of service.
Enroll now for the Evening Star.
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Zllzs. Card aTC Relief.
AtrkviI!, La. Mrs. Alice Johnson,
cf this place, writes: "For one yearl
red wiih an awful misery in ray back
My cli side was hurting me
The Tzlzcry was scraetning
1 cculd net do anything, not even sleep
ttriht. It kept ns awake most of the
... 1 tool; C:izz2rd medicines, but
:!.ir dIJ me any rood cr relieved me
u:.t:i I took Cardui ....
i vz2 not able to do any of my work
for c-;:3year and 1 get worse all the time,
v:zz cenfined to try bed eff and on. I got
?o bed '.v!;h n:y ta:k thit when I stooped
down 1 was net able to straighten up
ri'n ... 1 decided I would try Cardui
. . Uy t!n:2 I had tiken the entire bottle
I YvCw feeling pretty good and could
rht;a up and my pains were nearly
I sihvays prabe Cardui. 1 con-
-::d t-kins it until I was strong and
v. If you suffer from pains due to
L : ;ili ccrr.p!airit3, Cardui may be just
..!:at ycu r.sed. Thousands cf women
. 'i.o ence sufred in this way now praise
CrrCul Icr t!::Ir prscent good health.
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fa-To-1, rray hair to its- natural
tlatci back to grandmother's time.
1 it to kc2p her hair beautifully
'.' i-y and attractive. Whenever
:ir toe!: ca that dull, faded or
1 app cirance, thi simple mixture
Tl'lkd with vondsrfal effect.
Lrevir.. at home is mussj -and
Mate. ICowadaya, by asking at
(L:iZ store for a 50 cent-bottle of
Gs?e anl Sulphur Compound
r.l fft thi famous old preparation,
. v. I It tLo addition of other in
i : h::'i .rn be depended upon to
. .i r.r.tiir;:! cobr and beauty to the
rn i?OTrntoxm drnenriaf.
ilsc::9 the hair so naturally and
! tlzt i.J clj can tell it has been
':: I. Ycu sLtiply dampen a; sponge
ft hmsh ?ith it and draw this
; jour hair, taking one strand at
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afijr another application ox
;" it h-c:.:zz beautifully ; dark and
i ;L'3 Paps er:l Sulphur Compound
. tVtihtful toilet requisite for those
t d ;ire a more youthful appearance.
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itrvr.tica cf disease. .
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vliit vilh .Mies Taylor.

The news has reached Ocala that
Mr. W. A. Richards, who a number
of years ago conducted a shoe busi business
ness business in the store room now occupied
by Mr. E. T. Helvenston, died at
Earlton, N. H., last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Ross of Palatka
are announcing the arrival of a little
daughter, Joan Kennedy Ross. Mrs.
Ross, nee Bliss Maud Kennerly, is
popularly known to many Ocalans,
having visited here on several occas occasions
ions occasions as the guest of Mrs. John Taylor.-
Pretty early spring models in trim trimmed
med trimmed hats are now on display here. Be
sure to come in and see them. Style
Hat' Shop. 4-3t
Mr. J. E. Wagnon of Fort McCoy,
accompanied by his daughter, Mrs.
W. T. Buck and'two interesting chil children
dren children of Jacksonville, were visitors to
the, city today. W
At the meeting of the Hebekahs
last night, the following officers were
installed: Mrs. .T. Whitley? N. G.;
Miss Ruth Ervin, v. G.; Miss Elouise
Bouvier, secretary; Miss Elsie Hall,
treasurer; Mrs. J. W. Akin, chaplain;
Jake Brown, R. S. N. G.; M. M. little,
L. S. N. G.; Mrs. Lawton Smith, war warden;
den; warden; Miss Grace Smith, conductor;
W. T. Whitley, guardian; Dr. More More-men,
men, More-men, R. S. V. P.; A. E. Burnett, L. S.
V. P. :
Dr. C. W. Moremen, dental surgeon,
Commercial Bank building. Office
phone 211. Residence phone 238.
Ocala, Fla. t
The picture, "Five Thousand an
Hour," at the Temple last night,
surely was a live one. It was a pic pic-turization
turization pic-turization of one of George Randolph
Chester's best stories, and the pos pos-trayal
trayal pos-trayal by Hale Hamilton of the exper experiences
iences experiences of the plucky and lucky young
broker in making a fortune .and win winning
ning winning a lovely wife in spite of great
odds was one that delighted' all who
saw it. Pretty and clever Alice Brady
will appear this evening in "The Bet Better
ter Better Half a first rate picture, and
one highly praised. The Pathe News
will shown. :
Any one wishing to contribute to
the bazaar for St. Mary's Orphanage,
in Jacksonville, which will be held
the week beginning February 10th,
may send contributions direct to the
sisters at 7th and Market streets,
Jacksonville, ot to Mrs. J. R. Dewey,
15 Sanchez street, who will pack and
forward same on Friday, Feb. 7th.
There are ninety of these little or
phans and their only income is from
voluntary contributions. Also they
have all been victims of the flu, so
the cause is a most worthy one.
t Mr, and Mrs. R. A. Burford receiv received
ed received yesterday, a telegram from their
son, Lieut. R. A. Burford, stating that
he had just arrived in this" country.
Lieut. Burford was an officer on the
U. S. S. Lea, which escorted President
Wilson to France, but on account of
the illness of his wife he obtained
permission to return mucn sooner
than he was scheduled. It will be
gratifying news to know that Mrs.
Burford is now out. of danger, and
gradually improving, but-her friends
regret that her indisposition will keep
her frdm making the trip to : Ocala
with her husband, who is exp'ected to
arrive at almost any date to make a
short visit .with his parents.
Pretty early spring models in trim trimmed
med trimmed hats are now on display here. Be
sure to come in and see them. Style
Hat Shop. 4-3t
What Was Coming.
On the night of the first big min minstrel
strel minstrel show In Richmond a private en entered
tered entered one of the boxes with a magnifi magnificently
cently magnificently bejeweled and ; bef urred young
woman on either arm. Lord Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield had nothing on-'him for chival chivalrous
rous chivalrous bearing and grandiloquent con concern
cern concern for the comfort of the ladles.
Ihey were conspicuously long In get getting
ting getting settled. Not being able to stand
It any longer, or, perhaps, prompted
by jealousy, a soldier In the balcony
yelled down:
That's all right, old top ; youll be
washing dishes tomorrow." Judge.
Flanders Mud.
The following is a Munchausen tale,
showing the quality of the mud in
Flanders at the present day .
A soldier walking along a road no noticed
ticed noticed a hat, which he attempted to
lick out of the mud. What was his
surprise to find a head under It and to
har a voice calling for help.
When the man was extricated he
said: I was on horseback." So to together
gether together they proceeded to dig out the
horse. The horse's mouth was found
to be full of hay taken from a wagon
which ha4 sunk still farther down.
'Save the Twine.
With binder twine high In. price,
having It In quantities will be great
economy. Small bundles use up con considerable
siderable considerable more twine than large ones.
It takes only a moment to adjust the
size of the bundles and in no two
grains should the bundles be the same
size this year. Every operator should
regulate the size of the bundles to
just about what grain will cure out
nicely and still be small enough to
handle.-Farm Ufe
In a Receptive Hood.
"Uncle ,Jake, how's your rheuma rheuma-tisrn?"
tisrn?" rheuma-tisrn?"
"It sho Is bad, sah."
T)6 you think a quarter would cure
you?"-. ;;-,.";'-. ;" -":
"It might not cure me, sah, but
'twould be mighty stimmerlatin to de
sperrits, bein' as how dey's low dls
ma wnln." Birmingham Age-Herald.
; Etiquette Explained.
"My dear, don't eat peas with your
knife at the table
"Of course, I wouldn't. Don't you
suppose I've got sense enough to know
they'd roll off?"

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Lack for Nothing on Return to
This Country.
Army Surgeons and Red Cross Take
Soldiers In Hand at Port of Debar DebarkationRelatives
kationRelatives DebarkationRelatives Are Notified After
Men Are Debarked From Transports
Wounded and Sick Are Being Sent
Home First.
How are the sick and wounded col-
diers, coming back to America In In
creasing but happily not very large
numbers, being cared for In that try trying
ing trying period between their arrival on
transports and their distribution
among, our widely scattered recon
struction hospitals? Is the govern government
ment government leaving anything to chance, omit omitting
ting omitting any service that might contribute
to the patient's comfort or recovery?
There Is a story in fee answer to
these questions. It ought to be sup supplemented
plemented supplemented and Illustrated by scenes
described, so that he who reads could
visualize, but cannot be.mntil the war
department cives consent. But even
as Tt stands It is a story reassuring
to home folk wondering if all the way
across the Atlantic and through the
home port and on trains bound inland
or to the Pacific coast their boys are
getting the treatment they deserve
and Uncle Sam is pledged to give.
Sick to Ccme Home First.
A great majority of the soldiers
sailing to war passed through the port
of New York, and through, this port,
whether well or disabled, will a great
majority return. The army port of
embarkation, is also the' port of
debarkation. Machinery built for swift
dispatch of troops to Europe reverses
itself, as It were, and distributes
throughout America the soldiers whom
it aforetime gathered up and propelled
across the ocean.
But before the companies and regi regiments
ments regiments of the welL the unhurt, are
started back from France all the
wounded or sick will have come ahead
of them. That is the war depart department's
ment's department's policy, to bring home the sick
and wounded first. They are coming
now and have been for some time, and
after the shortest possible sojourn fn
debarkation hospitals are segregated
and passed along to a reconstruction
hospital as close as possible to their
homes, there to be discharged if their
condition warrants it, or to be treated
for special disabilities, or to complete
the period of convalescence.
To receive these incapacitated sol soldiers;
diers; soldiers; to make smooth their hard
path; to be prepared for their coming;
to make the distribution process swift,
sure and merciful; to see that every everything
thing everything is provided for until the distant
destination is reached that is the co cooperative
operative cooperative job of the medical depart department
ment department of the port of debarkation and
the American Red Cross. So this is
the story of how the job is donec .Offi .Officially
cially .Officially it is the plan of handling the
sick returned from 'overseas service."
; The New York port of embarkation
and debarkation really Includes all
the coast from' Baltimore to Canada,
but its work is directed from Hob'oken.
The surgeon of the port, who haa
charge of the reception and care of
invalided troops, is Col. James M. Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, medical corps, U. S.' A. He Is
the sanitary adviser of the command commanding
ing commanding general of the port, William V.
Every Facility for Medical Care.
The following i acts were obtained
from Colonel Kennedy and are official :
Sick and wounded soldiers are
brought from Europe on army trans transports
ports transports having every hospital facility.
Each transport has normally a good good-sized
sized good-sized hospital, which may be expanded
to accommodate any number of men.
Every patient has more than enough
room. One of the. "great liners con converted
verted converted into ( a troopship may 'have
carried 10,000 men to France, but as
a hospital ship it brings back only a
thousand or so. The medical attend attendance
ance attendance for the returning soldiers has
been uniformly satisfactory.
The transport arrives off quaran quarantine.
tine. quarantine. It Is boarded there by two medi medical
cal medical officers detailed for this purpose
by Jhe port 'surgeon. They ascertain
the number and classes of the sick,
the pier and hour at-whicli the ship
will dock. Oneof them stays aboard,
arranging for debarkation.
The other returns to the quarantine
station and telephones his information
to the office of the surgeon of the port
In Hoboken. The surgeon then sends
a harbor boat with a party of medical
officers and men to the designated
pier. He also notifies the Red Cross,
which turns up at the pier with all the
supplies, food and drink needed by the
soldiers about to land, and something
to spare for emergencies. If a soldier
has been sent over with nothing but
hospital clothes the Red Cross in instantly
stantly instantly provides him with a blanket
robe, linen, wool boots and crutches
if he needs them, ffom the boat's
Relatives Are Notified.
Debarkation continues without in interruption
terruption interruption until completed unless it
extends into the night. The patients
are transferred without delay to the
designated debarkation hospital, the
Red Cross attendants remaining on
the pier or transport and dispensing
refreshments as required. In the hos hospital
pital hospital the v sick or wounded men are
classified rapidly, as to the nature of
their disabilities, the reconstruction
hospital to which they are to bo sent
and their home address.
"Every courtesy," said Colonel Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, "Is extended to parents and
ither relatives. At the debarkation
lospltal a deld director of the Red
Cross gets the name and address of
the patient and his nearest relative.
He then writes a letter to the relative,
notifying him of the arrival and con
dition of the patient and whether OS
not it is advisable for the relative to
come."' :::
"Unless the case Is a very sericis
one? the letter also says Jhnt tho

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Latlcn fcctals. TI;cy are sent to tiri
hospital nearest their homes that La
equipped for the treatment of their
particular trouble.
As soon as the' classification Is com completed
pleted completed at the debarkation hospital a
report of the numbers in each class
end the reconstruction hospitals to
which transfer is recommended is
wired to Washington. Authority be being
ing being received, transportation is ar arranged
ranged arranged for.
Red Cress Furnishes Food.
The Red Cross canteen service fur furnishes
nishes furnishes food and drink during the
transfer from hospital to train and
until the train, leaves. So far as prac practicable
ticable practicable the patients are carried from
the port to the distant hospital on
especially fitted hospital trains which
have hospital beds, a mess kitchen, an
operating car, offices and other con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. If the number of men is
too great for a hospital train standard
Pullmans or Pullman sleepers are
"When the patients are transported
on these cars, said Colonel Kennedy,
"feeding them becomes a more com complex
plex complex problem than on hospital trains.
To meet this problem a special organi organization
zation organization of medical personnel is in op operation
eration operation whose training is directed spe specifically
cifically specifically along those lines.
"No patients are allowed to travel
without proper medical attendance
and none who are enable to stand the
"Arrangement is made with the Red
Cross canteen service for assistance
all along the route. Two days before
the movement Is begun full informa information
tion information is given to the canteen head headquarters
quarters headquarters of the Red Cross in New
York; It sends notice to its canteen
stations, so each knows Just when the
train is due, the number of patients,
the number of ambulant and litter
cases and of those unable to leave the

"In this manner complete co-operation
Is provided between the medical
and the Red Cross services from the
time the patients leave the hospital at
the port until they are transferred t
the designated reconstruction hospital.
To guard against unexpected delays
from accidents or other causes each
medical officer in charge of the train
detachment Is required to have food
for at least- one meal for all his pa patients
tients patients held on the train in reserve.
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Dr. Anna L vonholly of Flushing,
L. L, who, with two other woman phy physicians,
sicians, physicians, Dr. S. E. Finley and Dr. Mary
Lee Edward of New York, was deco decorated
rated decorated by the French government for
excellent surgical work performed un under
der under heavy bombardment in France,
and received a lieutenant's commis commission
sion commission in the French army. The three
women were at the head of an over overseas
seas overseas hospital unit financed by the Na National
tional National Suffrage association. Dr. von
Sholly is a Cornell graduate and was
associated with the New York Infirm Infirmary
ary Infirmary for Women and Children in East
Fifteenth street, New York city.
Doy Catches Infant.
Lyle Smith, the ten-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Smith, perform performed
ed performed one of the most unique rescues ever
reported at Alma, Mlch when he
caught a baby which fell from the ob observation
servation observation car on a moving passenger
train there. The mother was over over-Joyed
Joyed over-Joyed when the-traln was stopped and
it was found that the baby was unin uninjured.
jured. uninjured. Her name was not learned.
German Helmets for Flowers.
Helmets that had been worn by Ger German
man German soldiers, which American soldiers
are sending home," are to be used for
-Cower baskets to be swung from
porches next. spring at Belief ontalne,
Heat-Resisting Cement.
It Is often convenient to have a cs cs-ment
ment cs-ment that will resist considerable tem temperatures.
peratures. temperatures. Here is the red p for a
good hen t-withstanding cement: Take
5? parts of sulphur, one part of resin
and one part of tallow. Melt these
Ingredients together anf add line pow powdered
dered powdered glass to form a paste. This
cement must be head before being
A second Y. V. C. A. Hostess House,
for wives, and children of soldiers, is
soon to be opened at Castner, Cahu,
Hawaiian Islands, to care for the over overflow
flow overflow of women and children from the
first house, which opened some months
ago in answer to a call from the com commanding
manding commanding officer of the camp.
During 15 days in November 2,152
visitors were entertained at the hnu.e.
Including women and children, of the
following nationalities ; Phllipplno, Ha Hawaiian,
waiian, Hawaiian, Portuguese,- Spanish, Russian,
Porto Rican, Korean. Japanese nl
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meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Isabel Wesson, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
Ocala -Lodg! No. 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, mets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house oppo opposite
site opposite postofSce, east side.
C. W. Hunter, E. R.
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