Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and
Wednesday except showers and thun thunderstorms
derstorms thunderstorms in northwest portion.
Opposition in America Will Cause
League of Nations Plan to be
Paris, Monday, March 24. (By the
Associated Press.) During a three three-hour,
hour, three-hour, session tonight the league of
nations commission considering pro proposed
posed proposed amendments to the covenant
j disposed tentatively of the first six--G"
teen sections, agreeing upon a num number
ber number of changes in a form which the
members of the commission believe
will meet more than fifty per cent of
the objections of Senator Lodge and
other Amercan senators. No action
was taken on the amendments safe safeguarding
guarding safeguarding the Monroe doctrine, but
this subject probably will be consid considered
ered considered at the next meeting of tha com commission
mission commission Wednesday.
AN AMERICAN IDEA
Paris, March 25. (By the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press.) The American peace
conference delegation, it is under understood,
stood, understood, has definitely agreed upon an
amendment it will offer to article ten
of the covenant of the league of na nations
tions nations to safeguard the Monroe doctrine.
OCALA'S ROTARY ;
About a score of our leading citi citizens
zens citizens met at the home of Mayor Chace
Monday night, for the purpose of or organizing
ganizing organizing a rotary club. The good
work that rotary clubs have done all!
over the country is well recognized,
x and Mayor Chace and other public
spirited citizens Have been figuring
for some time; on having one for our
city. A rotary club is something dif-
ferent. It works on a plan peculiar
to itself. At the same time it does
not antagonize but helps other public
organizations. It helps them the more
from the fact that it views matters
from another angle and approaches
. them from another standpoint. It is a
sort of an America among the Allies.
Monday's night meeting was one
for sociability as well as business.
' The gathering was addressed by Mr.
Walter P. Corbett, a prominent citi citi-.
. citi-. zen and leading rotarian of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, who explained the principles
and aims of the society and gave
directions for organization. The plan
. evidently suited all present, for each
ty, and every one signed- the membership
v The club organized by electing the
' jgS following officers: V
, President, J. E. Chace; vice presi
dent, George MacKay; secretary, A.
E. Gerig; treasurer, John L. Edwards;
sergeant at arms, J. J. Gerig; direc directors,
tors, directors, John H. Taylor, F. H. Logan
and H. W. Henry.
The first meeting of the club will
be held Friday, April 11, on which oc occasion
casion occasion there will be a number of vis visitors
itors visitors from the Jacksonville club. Aft After
er After that the club will meet regularly
on every second and fourth Friday in
, After business matters were at attended
tended attended to last night, refreshments
were served and enjoyed, then cigars
were lit and a pleasant hour passed
in conversation, after which the
meeting adjourned, satisfied with
vHiaving put in a pleasant and useful
FOR THE WEEK
Today: Constance Talmage in
"Sauce for the Goose."
Wednesday: Tom Mix in "Treat
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
IX meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock until further notice.
' H. O. Cole, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
V KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
at the Castle Hall, over the G. C
Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial wel welcome
come welcome to visiting brothers.
W. W. Stripling C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. & S.
ORDER Of EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. F. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mn. Isabel Wesson, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
Bring us your automobile repair
work and if we do not satisfy you
your work will not cost you one'penny.
Try us on this proposition. Ocala Iron
Works Garage. Phone 4. 13-tf
JUGO SLAVS ARE
Afraid that Their Own as Well as
Adjoining Countries Will be Up Upset
set Upset by the Anarchists
Paris, March 25. (By the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press.)- Jugoslay delegates to
the peace conference take a pessimis pessimistic
tic pessimistic view of the situation in their coun country,
try, country, Poland and Rumania, and say
those regions are likely to be affected
by the Bolshevik revolution in Hun Hungary.
gary. Hungary. The delegates derive from the
situation argument in favor of recog recognition'
nition' recognition' of the Jugoslav nation as a
means of strengthening the authority
and prestige of that government.
ANOTHER TRIUMPH OF
Automatic Airplane Which Wings Its
Way Thru the Air Without Guid Guid-ing
ing Guid-ing Hand of an Aviator
Fort Worth, Texas, March 25.
Under automatic control, an airplane
capable of carrying a heavy load and
without any human being aboard to
guide it, has made a trip of more than
a hundred miles and landed within a
very short distance of the point it
was sent to reach.
Invention of the automatic guide,
which has been kept secret until now,
was mentioned by Secretary of War
Baker in a speech "here yesterday,
while he and Gen. Peyton C. March,
chief of staff, were in Fort Worth to
inspect Camp Bowie. ; Secretary Baker
referred s to the invention to impress
on his hearers the. possible horrors of
future wars if there is to be no league
The inventioa was made in Ameri America,
ca, America, according to Mr. Baker.' In the
test, as described by t Mr, Baker, an
airplane was first sent out under con control
trol control of a pilot, without making a land landing,
ing, landing, returning to its point of origin
after locating the distant objective.
.Then another airplane was sent
out under automatic control set" to
land at the designated point and it
effected the landing so close, "said Mr.)
Baker, that had it been a shell it
would have been considered a good
shot. Secretary Baker did not ex explain
plain explain the exact nature of the inven invention,
tion, invention, but he made it clear that the
war department considers it one of
the most wonderful pieces of destruc destructive
tive destructive bechanism ever contrived.
DO YOUR PART
To the Citizens of Ocala:
The head camp convention of tht
Florida jurisdiction of the Woodmen
of the World will meet in our city
March 31st to April 3rd, bringing to
us nearly 500 visitors from various
parts of the nation. The committee
in charge of this convention has made
a very liberal program from the en entertainment
tertainment entertainment of the delegates and ex expects
pects expects to have each and every one
leave feeling that nothing has been
left undone that would add to their
pleasure. Any courtesies that are
shown to our visitors will be deeply
appreciated by Frt King camp. We
earnestly hope that every one will
decorate and do all in their power to
make the city look thoroughly alive
on that occasion.
T. D. Lancaster, Jr.,
Chas. K. Sage,
MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE NO. 15
Miriam Rebekah 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.
Mrs. W. T. Whitly, N. G.
Eloise Bouvier, Secretary, v
OCALA LODGE NO. 288. B. P. 6. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, mets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve
nings in each month. Visitiner breth
ren always welcome. Club house oppo
site postotare, east side.
J. H. Spencer, E. R.
E. J. Crock, Secretary.
; : t
, WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
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
ereigns are always welcome.
W. W. Stripling, C. a
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
R. A. ll. CHAPTER NO. 13
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. on the first
Friday in every month at 7:30 p. m.
J. A. Bouvier, H. P.
Jake Bron, Secretary.
Kelly's Odorless Dye for old and
faded shoes. Little's Shoe Parlor. "6tv
OGALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1919.
ER THE B
On the Way to Budapest to Help Out
Their Comrades in
Berne, March 25. A Bolshevik
army en route to Hungary has reach reached
ed reached Brody, according to latest news re received
ceived received here.
DRIVEN BACK ON THE DON
London, March 25. Six Bolshevik
regiments on the northern Don front
have been driven over the Donetz
river by Don Cossacks, an undated
dispatch from Evaterinodar declares.
IDAHO THE BIGGEST
Philadelphia, March 25 The super super-dreadnaught
dreadnaught super-dreadnaught Idaho, the largest fight fighting
ing fighting ship afloat, went into commission
as part of the United States navy at
Camden, N. J., yesterday. The Idaho's
crew of 1407 stood at attention dur during
ing during the transfer of the fighter to the
navy. Cap t. .Carl T. Vogelsang read
the orders from Secretary Daniels
appointing him to the command of
McCLANE WRITES OF
AFFAIRS AT MARIANNA
4We have been wondering for some.
time how Dr. McClane. the new super superintendent
intendent superintendent of the reform school, was
succeeding in his work at Marianna,
consequently we were glad to receive
the following letter from him the
Editor Star: I am sure you will
think me dilatory in fcot writing you
ere this, but on the other hand I
know you will forgive me when you
learn I have been up to my eyes in
work since coming to this institution.
I am not going to tell you how I
found things when I arrived here.
They haye-been-hashed-and rehashed
over the state enough, but that I have
been' so busy getting things in shape
i3 sufficient evidence that they were
This is a glorious work, and it's no
one, man job. I am quite sure when
Mr. Jarman comes on the 15th he is
going to lighten my load consider considerably,
ably, considerably, and I hope to see an institution
build herethat is going tobe a credit
to the state. N
I want to say frankly and candidly,
that while things were bad and no
doubt in a very deplorable condition,
it can be traced to the past superin superintendent.
tendent. superintendent. The board has been blamed
for many things that really never
happened. I am giving you my un
There is a condition among the boys
here that should the whole state
know and understand, every breast
would throb and every heart would
beat with increased courage to aid
them. There are some very sad
features to the conditions and past en
vironments of many of the boys, and
it is going to take a strong heart, a
strong mind and a strong will and
firm determination in any man or set
cf men to work out the future of this
That the state needs such an in institution
stitution institution there can be no gainsaying,
but this problem has a future and a
very great future and the same "must
be worked out in the hearts of the
people of Florida. That these boys
may become future citizens there can
be no denial and it's the duty of the
state to give them every opportunity
whereby they can make true citizens.
It's still the opinion of your old
friend that this problem can be solved
and I believe that from what I have
seen in the past and with the aid of
the present board, and I want to say
that so far they have given me their
earnest support in everything I have
asked for, we are going to be able to
place this institution on a suitable
I am much pleased to state that
since my arrival here I have seen- a
very material change in the uplift of
the morale of the boys. They are get getting
ting getting a better outlook on life. They
seem to be happier and the majority
of them are looking for the time to
come when they can leave here and
enter life, looking on it from a differ different
ent different standpoint.
I am getting very well organized
and everything is running much more
smoothly than when the present sup superintendent
erintendent superintendent came up the place. It's
not going to be a far distant date
when it is the desire of the present
superintendent to put these boys upon
tiie honor system. So far as I have
seen it is a glorious work and I am
in love with it; only hope that I have
strength and character to carry out
my desires. I have come to love these
beys in so close a time as my own,
and jwhile they are a little disobedient
a tims, they are the same as any
That Come from Hungary About the
Supremacy of the Soviet
in that Country
. Vienna, Sunday, March 23. (By
the Associated Press) A' dispatch to
the Neue Free Presse says the Brit British
ish British and French mission at Budapest,
consisting of 246 men. was disarmed
and a wireless sent to Lenine, the
Russian Bolshevik premier, announc announcing
ing announcing that the Entente missions have
The message added, "French troops,
filtered by the Bolsheviki, have been
disarmed by us. Mutinies occurred in
some French regiments."
.MAGYARS ARE UNDECIDED
, Copenhagen, March 25 The claims
cf the Hungarian soviet to power are
largely untrue, according to a Vienna
dispatch." Panic prevails throughout
Budapest, but the country, it is de declared,
clared, declared, has not yet resolved upon a
soviet republic The reported volun voluntary
tary voluntary surrender of their' arms by the
French soldiers in Budapest because
the men are alleged to be infected
with Bolshevism, is incorrect, the
message states. There is a rumor that
the Entente commission at Budapest
is detained by the Hungarians. Tm
correspondent says the reported ad advance
vance advance of Russian soviet troops toward
Hungary is unfounded.
There will be preaching this eve eve-ning
ning eve-ning at the First Presbyterian church
by the patsor, who will speak on
"What is Becoming the Gospel." Last
evening he spoke on the family altar
and the need for setting it up in every
home. These .services are especially
for the members of the Presbyterian
church, but we will be glad of the
presence of members of other denom denominations.
inations. denominations. We are seeking a deeper
spiritual life, and as this is a lack
of all our churches, the sermons of
this week will be applicable. to all and
the pastor will regard it a privilege If
he can contribute anything to the gen general
eral general heightening of the tome of re religion
ligion religion in the community. The public,
of course, is invited to all these ser services.
vices. services. John R. Herndon.
The meeting of Fort King Camp,
W. O. W., Friday night will be an im important
portant important one. Every member who pos possibly
sibly possibly can should be present. It is the
last meeting before the session of the
Florida head camp, which holds its
meetings here three days, beginning
March 31st. Be on hand.
W. W. Stripling, C. C.
other children, and I am quite sure on
the other hand that they bear quite a
bit of respect for the old doctor, and
I am not saying thi in any egotism
I am in hopes of having you with
me at no distant date and I want you
to run over our place and see my
boys and I' am quite sure you will
leave here feeling the same admira admiration
tion admiration that I have for them.
I am sending you a little slip that
was handed to me by one of the boys.
You will see we have some good in
every one that is here and if .we can
find out the goodness of every indi individual
vidual individual boy which I am trying mighty
hard to do, I believe we can teach
them to believe and think upon higher
and nobler things in their life.
; I should like to have a word from
you at any time and you know- our
gates and doors stand open to you,
at any time you desire to make us a
visit and that visit I desire you to
make as long as you see fit.
With my highest personal regards
to you and my other friends, I am,
Frank E.' McClane.
' A Reform School Boy's Thoughts
Here I am on the reform school yard
Thinking and trying mighty hard -To
get home on the May parole,
To go to my mother, whois gray and
I would not listen when she told me
to stay at bbme;
Like all other boys I liked to roam.
Now I see where I have done wrong.
For this one year sentence is mighty
A Reform School Boy's Dream
I thought I'd ask doctor for a job at
Down from the office on a little slant
I can go down there and shovel coal,
Which will make me big, strong and
And when I get out I can get me a job
And then my poor mother will not
have to work so hard.
And when I get plenty of money I can
take a little rest,
And buy my mother a nice new dress.
Jacob's glace fruits. Anti-Monopoly.
IRTIAL LAW HOW
Even Apathetic Spain Influenced by
the World-Wide Spirit
Madrid, Monday, March 24. Mar Martial
tial Martial law was proclaimed this morning.
It is understood constitutional guar guarantees
antees guarantees may be suspended" forthwith
RODE ON A RAILROAD TRAIN
INSTEAD OF A RAIL
Most northern people are good
folks, ana the South can't have too
many of them, either as visitors or
settieis. The South is evidently a
better country than the North, be because
cause because ten times as many northerners
come south as southerners go north.
Northern people are more energetic
than southerners, but a southerner
who goes north and stays there gen generally
erally generally becomes more energetic than
the northerners. Most northern peo people
ple people are delighted with the South, and
fthe longer they stay in it the better
they like it. Occasionally, however,
some northerner can only speak of
the South to abuse it. It is a safe bet
that these people are grouches, or
worse at home. The South is used to
them and generally treats them with
amused tolerance. If they stay lon&
enough they almost always reform.
One, however, did stay long enough!
to learn the error of his ways. The
Orlando Reporter-Star tells of him
Orlando has one less citizen today
than it had yesterday. It is a sad
fact but true. One man has gone from
us, probably never to return. But hear j
the facts of his going before you shed
He was a knocker.
Some days ago a committee of
townspeople headed by -Ira M. Leach,
of Concord avenue, including several
women, appeared before Mayor Giles
and told his honor that a man in Con Concord
cord Concord Park was knocking Orlando, the
South and the South's soldier boys.
That what he said was a lie out of the
whole cloth, and wanted to know if
something could not be done about it.
Now, people can, when they have
the disposition, knock the city with
impunity. That is the privilege .a man j
enjoys. Some avail themselves of it.
You can .knock the South, too, and
get away with it, unless you happen
to run into one of the old stagers,
which apparently this fellow never
But there is one institution not to
be knocked, and that's flat, and that
is the soldier boys from the South.
They are immune from gibes now and
forever. If you don't like the southern
young men in uniform that is an in individual
dividual individual matter between yourself and
your judgment. But don't talk about
it. It's dangerous.
This man said Orlando was rotten,
the citizens were hogs, that the South
was no good anyway, and that the
southern" soldiers were no good, that
80 per cent of them were disqualified
on account of disease.
That got the mayor's goat. Yes,
sir, it got it completely. He said he
would look into the matter, and he
did. Yesterday morning he sent for
Chief of Police Pounds, and told
Founds he was in for a little trip. Mr.
Giles, the chief and Mr. Leach board boarded
ed boarded a flivver and went to Concord Park
and there they met the knocker.
He was not an humble knocker. He
was ag'in the South and darn proud
of it. Mr. Giles, in the presence of the
chief of police and Mr. Leach, asked
him why in the name of all that was
holy did he stay in such a rotten
"Well," he replied, "you have got a
good climate. I will concede that, and
I stay here to enjoy it."
He hedged a bit about his criticism
of the soldiers, but the mayor heard
enough to convince him that the
charge of the committee was true.
Looking the man straight in the eye,
according to the way Pounds tells it,
the mayor said:
' "There is a train leaving here in the
morning at 10 o'clock. See that you
are on it."
"I will do no such thing," said the
knocker. "This is a free country, and
I am going to have my rights." You
know the guff.
"All right," said the mayor, "you
stay; but if you are not. ridden out of
town on a rail 111 miss a bet."
The mayor drove off with the chief
of police. Later yesterday, morning
Pounds was sent back with a further
message from Mr. Giles. By that tim
the gentleman from the God's country
up North, where the apple trees bloom
all "year, nobody pays any taxes, and
harps are hung on every limb, had
had a chance to ponder over the situ situation.
ation. situation. The story goes that he met Chief
Pounds with some eagerness. "I de-
VOL. 26, NO. 74
PROTESTS FROM THE
Attempts of the Peace Conference to
Keep Proceedings Quiet Arouses
( Associated Press)
Paris, March 25. The decision of
the supreme council of the peace con conference
ference conference to allow nothing to be pub published
lished published regarding- its proceedings but
the official communique has aroused
the indignation of the Paris press.
Those newspapers whose habit it is to
comment on foreign affairs condemn
the action in strong terms.
AFFAIRS IN" GERMAN AUSTRIA
Paris, March 25. (By the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press.) Conditions in Hungary-seem
to have affected German
Austria. Advices to the American
peace "conference delegates from pri private
vate private agents in Vienna indicate the ex existence
istence existence of a threatening state of af affairs
fairs affairs there.
One agent reports that an even
date has been fixed for some time in
April for the transformation of the
existing government into a soviet
government which will co-operate on
a merge with the Hungarian soviet.
Paris, March 25.-r-The terms of the
report it will make to the peace con conference
ference conference was decided upon yesterday
by the commission oh international
IMPERIAL EXILES v
Zurich, March 25. Former Empe Emperor
ror Emperor Charles and his family arrived in
Switzerland today. They will reside
Harbin, March 25. (By the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press.) Rather than serve at
the front against the Bolsheviki. 3500
Rumanian prisoners of war released
by the all Russian government at
Omsk, have surrendered their arms
and returned to prison, an Irkutsk
dispatch says. The Rumanians have
also refused to guard the railways in
THE USUAL SYMPT031S
Amsterdam, March 25. The new
Hungarian government at its first
meeting Saturday, says a Budapest
dispatch, decided to abolish all titles
of rank, to separate church and stat
and to dismiss all commissioners of
the Karofyn government, while invit inviting
ing inviting workmen's councils to select "di "directorates
rectorates "directorates of. four members each to
"The ministers of the city have met
in council and decided to change their
hours of meeting so as to meet day daylight
light daylight saving time, which begins next
Monday morning, about half way.
They announce meeting hours as fol follows:
lows: follows: Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Morning service, 11:30 a. m.
Evening service, 8:45 p. m.
Prayer meetings, Wednesday eve evenings
nings evenings at 8:45.
NOTICE TO DISCHARGED
SOLDIERS AND SAILORS
Particulars as to obtaining the
sixty dollars bonus for discharged
men can be had by applying to the
undersigned. D. Niel Ferguson,
Chairman Civilian Relief Committee,
American Red Cross, Ocala, Fla.
NEW FORD AT A BARGAIN
We have a new Ford touring car at
a bargain. Apply at Maxwell Agency
or L E. Yonce's place. Fort King
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS
All kinds of FRESH garden seeds
in any quantity. Ocala Seed Store,
phone 435. tf
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
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 Potter, N. G.
J. D. McCaskill. Secretary.
cided," he told the chief, "not to wait
for the morning's train. The fact is, I
have an automobile here and I have
decided to use that to get right out."
And he did.
We guarantee to do your automo automobile
bile automobile repair work cheaper than any
ether garage in town and guarantee
satisfaction on "top of this. What
more need we say ? Ocala Iron Works
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If you belong to the board of
trade, don't forget that that useful
organization meets Thursday evening.
The ministers of Ocala are counting
on having Billy Sunday stop in Ocala
for at least one service when he goes
north from Tampa.
Dillydallying over the league of
nations instead of. going straight to
work and making a practical peace
may cause another great war.
For more-than two years the Star
has been hoping that Ocala would
have a Rotary club. It now has one,
and it's the Star's opinion that it is
going to be a live wire.
It is reported, that the members of
the New York Giants baseball team,
now in training at Gainesville, will
come over to Ocala Sunday to visit
Silver Springs. ;
We are glad to print elsewhere the
letter, from Dr. McClane, telling of
improved conditions at the Marianna
school. We had no doubt that the
doctor would bring about a vast im improvement,
provement, improvement, and if he has the steady
backing: of the board of state institu institutions
tions institutions and the legislature (and? what
is also necessary, Marianna) the
school may yet be an institution that
will do credit to the state.
Rev. Wm. H. Wrighton ; gave us a
surprise the other day by telling us
of, a. Baptist church in Canada which
refused to accept an offer from its
home ( city to excuse it from paying
taxes on its property. We don't
suppose any church in the United
States ever did such a thing. Yet
there is no reason why church proper property
ty property should not be taxed as well as other
property, and at the present time
church members should be patriotic
enough to offer to pay. There is oyer
a billion dollars' worth of church
property in America that pays no
taxes, and if it did it would material materially
ly materially reduce' the public burdens.
The proposition made by Postmas Postmaster
ter Postmaster Rogers, .to the 'city authorities,
that they keep the town on its present
time all summer, thereby giving him
a reason to ask the pbstoffice depart department
ment department to let him arrange our local mail
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schedule in harmony with it, is a very
sensible one, and should be heeded.
The present time is inconvenient
enough, and moreso in regard to mail
affairs than anything else. When it
is 'run up another hour, people will
often not be able to obtain their, aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon mail until next day. We have
no idea that "daylight" saving is go going
ing going to be unanimously observed. Get Getting
ting Getting up at 4:30 a. m. ana having noon
come at 10:30 is not going to save
daylight. It will simply give the
people more daylight than they will
know what to do with, cause them to
lose sleep in the morning and be in a
general jumble of misarrangement
with their neighbors all day. The
monstrosity will probably be repealed
at the next session of Congress. In
the meantime we think the council
should heed Mr. Rogers' recommenda recommendation.
tion. recommendation. BRIGHT BITS
(By a Lady, Contributor)
The-visitors to Florida, should not
go homecyet.-, It.is the early bird that
catches the t
Marion county real estate is a good
investment. While the county is not
such a great agricultural' center,
values are permanent and. there is a
solid foundation. This county will
always be a favorite agricultural sec section
tion section and will always, enjoy a certain
amount of the tourist patronage to
the state Greater efforts, however
should be made to. interest tourists in
the city, and. to prevail, upon them to
become, permanent residents.
Wealth makes, no difference in a
person he is either a good fellow or
Respectability is not on the mar market.
ket. market. It's something money won't buy.
Somebody says there Is a special
room- in hades for the time waster.
He is classified as "two kinds of. var varmint"
mint" varmint" a premeditated time waster,
and-time stealer. So long as a time
waster harms no one but himself, he
is not so obnoxious, but the time
stealer who filches the time of his
employer's swift going hours, he is
among- the- ones the fellow of the
crimson fork is working the elevator
iriseiy wiggly grocery stores are
growing all over the country. They
are-stocked with standard brands of
goods. All packages are on the coun counters
ters counters like m a dry goods department
store. You pick out what-you want,
put it in 'your-' basket and pay; as you
go out. No clerks, no charge ac accounts
counts accounts and no chance to complain
A former rail splitter residing, in
the western part of the county spent
Tuesday in the; city visiting among
his friends and seeing the pictures at
the Temple: Since his last visit to
town the old gentleman has lost much
of his: usual abundance' of hair, and;
his : friends improved the occasion by
teasing him about approaching old
age. "Yes," said the kindly old gen gentleman,
tleman, gentleman, "when-1 was young my head
was as soft ;as any of 'youalls and I
had hair to sell."
Aristocratic relations have nothing
to do with a man's real character.
Cam belonged to one of the fitst fam families
ilies families in the land,' but when he got mad
he "was such a bad man that .he killed
half of the young men in Asia.
John Walker Harrington in- the
Popular Science Monthly has put
forth-the theory that a' man-without
an Adam's apple is a 1 poor specimen
of fish. He says, "Doi't hide- your
Adam's-apple, young man. Keep it
in plain sight, for it is a- sign of
brains and- courage
The4 latest fashion edict is that we
are subject to a revival:-of the old-
fashioned' nightcap (not 1 the liquid
kind). We- sanction the- movement
most heaftily- for the occupants of
sleeping porches. Witlu your ears
well covered you can't tell when your
neighbor1 rambles- in late or the auto
mobile preens its whiskers at the cor corner.
ner. corner. :
Everything' comes to those who
wait; provided they wait long enough,
says an old adage, and we've been
waiting lo these, many years for the
"track .skates" that have at last made
their debut. Popular Mechanics gives
the thing, after our-own heart. Now
gysying for us has acquired its new newest
est newest thrill.
There's one real quiet house in
Ocala at this writing. The mistress
forgot and put her tongue to a hot
flatiron. Hence the silence.
Muzzlin' makes a dog safe, while
it makes a youncr ladv danererous. Yet
when the hot weather, comes we will
all need muslin.
Some old wise somebody said that
"love t is blind.' Well, maybe so, but
we know one lover i- in Ocala who can
see a good deal more beauty in his
sweetheart than we can.
"Oh," said Miss Nellie Stevens to
the infant class, "Did any of: you ever
see an elephant's skm?" "I have,
exclaimed one bright -. little lassie.
j "Where, dearie ? said Miss Stevens.
j"On the elephant," sweetly replied
the little lady.
Talk about the wind blowing the
mosquitoes away, one of them faced
a gale the other day for an hour, then
reached out and yanked a shingle oft
the house to fan himself with, saying
it was awfully sultry.
"Yes, daughter," says Uncle Bill to
the editor of Bright Bits Monday,
they are, changing, the. time again in
a lew aays. wen,, me gooa Lord
doesn't seem to have a hand in man
aging but one thing any more, and
that's the sun.
Since the days when we were a wee
little girl (and we are not much big bigger
ger bigger now) its' been our habit to say
that during Lent we always denied
ourselves watermelon, the- one thing
it the world of eats that we enjoy
more than anything else. Now comes
the cheering news into our sanctum
sanctorum, like the breath of the
roses. at dewy morn, that on many
broad acres circumadjacent to this
great center of civilization, the- wa watermelon
termelon watermelon vines are beginning to
spread themselves over the sunkissed
earth braathinc rjromiu nf Tinrmu
days to come, when they will yield!
up for our and-your delight and de delectation
lectation delectation the superb Marion county
melons which are facile prineeps
among their kind. With all this joy
so near to realization, we find- it hard
indeed to keep our mind above our
At the music shop the other day
the following order was received:
"Please send me the music to .'Strike
the Harp in Praise of God and Paddle
Your Own Canoe."
"Why, Susan," said a lady to an
ex-servant, "where are you '. living
"Oh, no where, mam; you know Ise
married -rfbwl Yessum, Ise married;
married to a railroad gentleman."
"A railroad man," excitedly re responded
sponded responded the former mistress. "Well
that's grand, you'll have some good
times, now. What position does he
"You mean what do he do, mam?,
Why he cuts crossties for the Sea
board over here in the western part
of the county."
A visting. lady applied a few daya
ago to Judge Sistrunk for a divorce.
"What. is the name of your husband?"
asked the judge.
"Oh, I have no husband yet, but in inasmuch
asmuch inasmuch as I contemplate matrimony,
J feel that I should be prepared for
And Caruso -married the same crirl
twice? Yes; once religiously and once
civilly. Seems as tho' nowadavs a
couple to have the ceremony copper
nveted. have to be married by
preacher, judge, private contract,
notary public, county surveyor and
the cowpuncher. The vows have to be
welded together by a blacksmith and
ground up in a mixture and poured
into a mould to settle like concrete.
Is the instigation of the present
tobacco crusade to prevent the home
m m m
Peanuts and chewing gum are
close rivals at the movies. Is that
why the piano is kept playing
s:lerce the noise?
"Go through the world with your
eyes open, if you would enjoy its
beauties and learn its secrets." said
an earnest professor. "Give me stu students
dents students who can look at the point of a
needle for five minutes without wink winking.
ing. winking. Gay Americans gallop through
the capitals of our nations and have
no more appreciation of the museums
of art and galleries of paintings than
mm mm l 1
a donkey, mese same sapneaas go
through Colorado and play cards as
the train dashes through the sublime
scenery of the Rockies." A sage was
recently asked the reason for his con contentment.
tentment. contentment. He said: "I look around
me and see so many worse off than I
am; I look at the ground and con consider
sider consider how small a place I shall occupy
by and by; I look at the heavens and
consider that it is my great business
to get there."
"Why did you like your comfort kit
more because it was blue?" inquired a
lady of a soldier laddies.
"Because," he said with tender
pathos, "because my mother's eyes
were blue and HER eyes are blue."
A Kansas editor has traded his
newspaper for C2 head of cows. The
cowpen has become mightier than the
Every man is "boss of the house"
to his friends when down town.
Use of fur for summer and winter,
says an exchange, has put the price
so high that the old alley cat is no
longer safe in the possession of its
It is reported that the sleeping
sickness is epidemic in some, parts of
the country. If they keep monkey monkeying
ing monkeying with this daylight, and midnight
stunt, a fellow will have to have
some kind of sickness to be able to get
any sleep at all. Anyway, we don't
see that it matters much there's
nathing to miss.
(Concluded on Third Page)
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Read them because they introduce you to
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We Vulcanize CASINGS and EVNEIT Tt BES
and Guarantee Every Piece of Work.
SEC0HD HAND TIRES BOUGHT MID SOLD
JAMES .E. ENGESSER, Proprietor
(At the Old Ford Garage)
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In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining: room service ft
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per day pet person to $6.
ROBERT M. MEYER,
A merchant who adrertlses usually
customers, and you can depnd on his
sella it off. tv 4vertlslns;. before it
Read the Star Want Ads. It Days
has something- of merit to offer his
merchandise belsgr fresh, because he
r mm -n hla sbtlres. Ponder this.
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, MARCH 35, U19
In order to getfyour groceries
to you in time for your rnidndav
meal, our morning delivery will
leave the store at 9:30 o'clock
Now, if you want your gooos
early, order them early. Orders
reaching us after 9 "o'clock won't
catch the early car, for we can cannot
not cannot get the goods up in time.
Our store will be opened at 7
o'clock, so that you have two
hours time in which to get your
order to us.
We want to serve you and
serve you promptly. With your
help, we can do it.
0. K. TEAPOT
2 Phones 16 and 174
After ten months' service in
Army Y. M.. C. A. work,
"BACK ON THE JOB"
And ready to greet old friends
and meet new ones, at his pop popular
ular popular Barber Shop in the Taylor
Printing Company's office on
Fort, King avenue. Special at attention
tention attention given to children's work
and his little friends are invit
ed to call and see him.
DIRECT FROM OUR HSDING
BOATS TO YOU!
Delicious fresh caught Dry
Salt Fish direct to the consumer
by prepaid parcel post or express
15 lbs. for $2.00
Special price on barrel lots
TOE ST. GEORGE
St. George on the. Gulf
EAT AT THE
GREEK- AMERICAN CAFE :
A la CARTE SERVICE
Everything in the Market
Best Hoine Cooking
C Jeflers i
H. D. Baxter
-i Phone 272
114 S. Magnolia St., Next to
Clarkson Hardware Store.
I Did you ever think
of the quality of work workmanship
manship workmanship and material
that you get when you
patronize our job office?
STAR PUBLISHING CO.
An enemy suspected
is half conquered; do
you think your eyes
Pr. K: J. Weihe,
, Eyesight Specialist
With Weihe Co., Jewelers, Ocala, Fla,
Our second large shipment 01
Jacob's candies received m the last
few days came jn today. Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. 21-
( T This
j If you have any society items,
'please phone One-Two-One (121).
Mrs. Gilbert Leach and a party of
friends of Leesburg were in the city
t shopping yesterday.
If you can furnish one or more
rooms for the W. O. W. convention
delegates, be sure to report to T. D.
Lancaster or Jake Brown.
Colorite hat dye, Rit soap dye. Dia Diamond
mond Diamond and Putnam dyes, all shades, at
the Anti-Monopoly Drug: Store. 21-
Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Davis of Co Co-Iambus,
Iambus, Co-Iambus, Ohio, who are the guests of
Mr. Davis sister, Mrs. C. R. Tydings,
left today for Crystal River on a
short trip. They expect to return to
Mr. Automobile Owner, look at this:
Carbon burned out of four cylinders
for $3; six cylinders, $4, at the Ocala
Iron Works Garage. 13-tf
From a recent letter from Mrs. Mc Mc-Conn,
Conn, Mc-Conn, well known here as Miss Susie
Morris, we are sorry to learn that she
is ill in a sanitarium in Biltmore, N.
C. Her many friends here hope that
her illness isonly temporary and thav
her recovery will be speedy.
We have a limited supply of Velvet
Beans for sale. Better buy now, as
they are acarce. Smith Grocery Co. tf
Miss Margaret Walters, Miss Mar
Gibson and Miss Ernestine Brooks
returned last night from a very pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit to Tampa. They went Sat Saturday
urday Saturday especially to i hear Billy- Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Sunday-morning they went to
St. Petersburg, where they enjoyed a
Kelly's white "Heel Edge" enamel
for the soles and heels of white shoes.
Little's Shoe -Parlor. 18-6t
Mrs. D. Smith, who has .been the
guest of Mrs. McClymonths for the
past two weeks, expects to leave for
her home in Cincinnati tomorrow.
Mrs. Smith is an ardent admirer pf
Florida, coming here year after year
for several years, and anticipates
many other pleasant winters here.
Butternut bread has now returned
to its old time flavor. The war is over
and we do not have to use any substi substitutes
tutes substitutes in its manufacture. Carter's
Anyone having rooms 1 which they
will rent for two, three or four nights
beginning Sunday night, will pelase
confer with T. D. Lancaster Jr. or
Jake Brown. Let them know how
many .rooms you have and also the
rate per night. Rooms are desired
for the delegates who will attend the
head camp convention of the W. 0. Wi
The Ocala Iron Works Garage is at
your service any time--night-or day.
Your patronage is solicited, no mat matter
ter matter how small or how large your job
might be. 13-tf
Bright .and witty Constance Tal Tal-mage
mage Tal-mage will be on the Temple screen to
night in "Sauce for the Goose.", The
picture is full of fun and will afford
all ?who see it the most gratifying
amusement. Tomorrow night, lively
Tom Mix, who n is as adventurous as
William S.- Hart, and much better
looking, and who made- a great hit in
a picture shown here a few weeks
ago, will be the star in "Treat 'Em
Rough." Last night, Edith Storey
played up to her well deserved repu
tation in "The Demon," and all who
saw the picture were well pleased.
Yesterday noon the corner of South
Fourth street and Watula was the
scene of unusual activity. The large
boiler recently, removed from the old
pumping station and sold to the mill
at Oak, for a few hours seemed to
be immovable. The large wagon on
which the boiler was loaded, drawn by
four big pair of muies, making too
wide a turn around the corner, came
in contact with the big oak tree on
the corner. One of the negra drivers
being somewhat of a philosopher, re remarked
marked remarked to the eight large mules,
"You shore can't move dis here tree."
After a short discussion with the on onlookers,
lookers, onlookers, who quickly gathered, it was
thought easier to cut down the tree
than to move the wagon any other
way. But some bright mind in the
crowd suggested hitching the mules
to the back end of the wagon and
I pulling the wagon backward. After
j three hours of hard work the wagon
' was finally righted and went merrily
Ion its way to Oak. But for awhile it
j looked like an evangelist meeting
was being conducted on that corner.
SEEDS! SEEDS! SEEDS!
Large supply of Pyles' and Gist's
seed corn best grown for this sec section.
tion. section. Also rice, guber and chufa seed.
tf OCALA SEED STORE.
Monday, night, March 17th, one red
sow marked hole in ear and slits,
strayed from home. The above reward
will be paid by Rev. E. M. Arnold,
pastor of Tucker Town A. M. E.
; church for information as to her
whereabouts, or to Ocala Evening
(Concluded from Second Page)
How many of our older inhabitants
remember when mother used to sat saturate
urate saturate their systems each springtime
with sassafras tea, on the old theory
that the blood needed thinning out.
Now our modern physicians laugh at
such foolishness. "Let the system
alone, take plenty of rest and the
blood with adjust itself," is the joy joyous
ous joyous prescription. Therefore children
now turn over and go to sleep, inno innocent
cent innocent of the horrors of the old time
springtime doses sulphur and mo molasses.
lasses. molasses. Blessings be on the inventor of the
typewriter (both the machine and its
user.) In these blessed nowadays
when the modern maid takes her pen
in hand its usually a typewriter. She
has made the discovery long since
that she can gush and coo and pro protest
test protest and promise quite as efficiently,
twice as legibly and three times as
convincingly as heretofore.
Can you guess who the doctor was
that prescribed for a patient on Mon Monday
day Monday morning that was suffering with
the flu, telling him to take one pill
five times a day?
Some stupid editor has said that
"ii a fee of fifty cents was charged
to see the sun rise, nine-tenths of the
world would be up in the morning."
;Not with the present time schedule.
They'd miss it sure.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
Seaboard Air Line. Northbound
No. 4: Arrives 1:41 p. m. Departs
1:56 p. m.
No. 16 (Limited): Arrives and 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. aa.
No. 15 (Limited): Arrives and de
parts 5:10 p. m.
No. 1: Arrives 2:45 a. m. Departs
2:50 a. m.
Atlantic Coast Line (Main Line)
No. 10: Arrives and departs 6:42 a.
No. 40: Arrives 2 p. m. Departs
2:20 p. xn.
No. 38: Arrives and departs 3:27
Atlantic Coast Line (Main Line)
No. 37: Arrives and departs 3:16
No. 39: Arrives' and departs 3:35
No. 9: Arrives and departs 10:13
Atlantic Coast Line Branches, South
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.
No. 141 : Daily except .Sunday, ar
rives 11:50 a. m. from Wilcox.
No. 49: For Homosassa, leaves 3:25
Atlantic Coast Line Branches, North
No. 48: From Homosassa Arrives
1:53 p. in.
No. 150 (Sunny Jim): From Wil Wilcox,
cox, Wilcox, Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
arrives 6:45 p. m.
No. 32 (Sunny Jim): From Lake
land, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, arrives 10:48 p. m.
No. 140: Daily except Surday,
leaves for Wilcox at 4:45 p. m.
No. 71 (southbound): Arrives 1 p.m.
No. 72: (northbound): Leaves 3:30
Be sure to go to the Temple Theater
tonight and see the Dodge Brothers'
film, "Delivering the Goods." It will
bo interesting. Auto, Sales Company.
A NERVOUS WRECK
Frca Three Years' Suffering. Saya
Cardui Made Her Well.
Texas City, Tex. In an interesting
Statement, Mrs. G. H. Schill, of this town,
says: "For three years I suffered untold
agony with my head. I was unable to
do any.of my work.
I just wanted to sleep all the time, for
that was the only ease I could get, when
was asleep. I became a nervous wreck
Just from the awful suffering with my
I was so nervous that the least noise
v;ould make me jump out of my bed. I
had no energy, and was unable to da
anytliing. My son, a young boy, had to
do all my household duties.
1 was not able to do anything until I
took Cardui. I took three bottles in all,
and it surely cured me of those awful
headiches. That has been three years
ago, and I know the cure is permanent,
for I have never had any headache since
Nothing relieved me until I took Cardui.
It did wonders for me."
Try Cardui for your troubles made
from medicinal ingredients recommended
In medical books as being of benefit in
female troubles, and 40 years of use has
proven that the books are right. Begin
taking Cardui today. NC-134
ANSWERS WHICH WILL SOLVE
PERPLEXING PROBLEMS OF
THIS RECONSTRUCTION ERA.
Query. The foyernraent bae launched
an eaucaUonal cimotln to enmunrt
building In. order to put mora men to
work. Would not a similar movement to
show how the old struct urea can bo boat
and most economically repaired and made
good aa new also help?
Answer. It la learned that auch a
plan la In effect and la linked directly
with the Washington propaganda.
Industry must be turned bade from
works of war to the waya of peace.
Employment must be found. In the
meanwhile, for those whose occupa
tion has been Interrupted. There La no
real surplus of labor In the United
States. Rather there is a shortage,
which would be acute If normal condl condl-dltions
dltions condl-dltions were already restored, and one
step towards restoring them will come
with resumption of repair work.
Gorernment restrictions. Imposed by
the necessities of the war program,
hare for many months past retarded
or altogether prevented construction.
Improvement and repairs. These re
strictions are now off, and there Is
scarcely a town, a city, a factory, a
dwelling or a farm that does not reveal
a crying need for prompt attention.
Nothing delays such instant action ex
cept the feeling that prices are high
for the time being and may be lower.
That Is not logical. No matter what
It costs to repair, the cost Is less than
the cost of neglect No matter what
the cost of paint, the wind and the'
weather will collect a higher bill In
deterioration and decay.
Query. What do you think of paint aa
an investment, aside from the appoaranoo
It lends 7 Does It really PAY to paint a
house regularly, say, every throe ex foar
Answer. Good paint properly ap
plied when needed Is the main thing In
making a house last long and well. A
house worth $2,500 can be painted at a
cost of about $125. In 60 years that
house will need about 15 paintings,
the total coat of which will be fl.835.
Left without paint, auch a house would
fall into complete rain In 80 years. So
taking 60 years as a basis for our fig figures
ures figures we find that with paint a home
will last that time In good condition
and will cost, plus paint, $4,875. With
out paint the house would hare to be
rebuilt at the end of 80 years and
would be ready for another complete
renovation when the sixtieth year ar arrived.
rived. arrived. Cost, without paint, $5,000 for
a home ready to fall to pieces. Doe.
regular painting pay? Aa the' old
Dutch adage saya:
'PAINT PAYS FOR ITSELF."
Query. I have a quantity of old paint
on hand. Can 1 use It for the first coat In
repainting my barn?
Answer. On no account should old
paint which has become fat be used
for priming either old or new work.
Old paint in that condition is best used
on a fence, brickwork or tinwork. If
you value your barn sufficiently to
paint it, do It the justice of a good Job.
U. S. Invents Anti-Rust "Dope..
; Incident to the war, the government
tins faced the problem that has so long
proved baffling to commercial con concerns
cerns concerns of protecting iron and steel from
rust. In an attempt to solve this fed federal
eral federal specialists have perfected various
forms of protective coatings. In this
connection It may be pertinent to ask
whether commercial uses -will not be
found 'also for the so-called 'dopes'
which the government has Invented to
be applied to airplane wings and which
are possessed of valuable weather-resisting
and fireproof qualities.
EFFECT OF COLOR UPON THB
DURABILITY OF PAINT.
Property owners who may have tin tinder
der tinder consideration the painting of
dwellings and other structures should
remember that more durable results
are obtained when tinted paints are
used. Permanent coloring materials
.which have been ground by machine
into a high grade white paint base
have the effect of preventing "chalk "chalking"
ing" "chalking" and "checking, two defects
which arejoften observed when white
paints are used.
PRETTY COLOR COMBINATIONS.
a little dark darker
er darker Light Blue
Gray, Gray Gray-Green
Green Gray-Green or
Gray. Bine or
41 urn Olive,
Light I rory.
Light Neu Neutral
tral Neutral Gray
Burnt U ae ae-ber.
ber. ae-ber. Cream
LJrfet Colo Colonial
nial Colonial Yellow
M l Mh i. j ....
rHEN there is anything in Combs or Brushes
j that you want, doirt
If you want a firstclass Hair Tonic
we have all the much-advertised
kinds and some besides.
We will save you money and give you quality
on any need you may have in our lines
Real vs. False Economy
At This Time
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 and it is doinsr full duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it ray sulk on 'you all the
remainder of the season.
OCALA ICE AND PACKING COMPANY
E. C. JOKPAM ii CO.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
AUTO HEARSE SERVICE
We deliver caskets free anywhere in the county.
Calls promptly answered night or day.
WILBUR C. SMITH SAM R. PYLES, JR.
Day Tlnne 10
flavor but pure
cereal compo composition
sition composition adds zest
and health to
New Business New Machinery New Methods
Pay us a call and see samples of our repair-
work. The method used by us eliminates the
big white patch on your casings and is guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed lor the life of the tire.
Gasoline, Oil and Air. at the Curb
ALTM A N-C HARLES CO.
No. 1 Main SL
Ocala Houe Block
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pass us by.
NI ht Thones 225 and 423
OCA LA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, MARCH 25. 1919
CHILDREN OF THE KING
AND QUEEN OF SPAIH
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The children of the king and queen
of Spain, about to receive their first
communion in the chapel of the royal
palace in fadrid. An interesting and
unusual photograph of children of
royalty at their communion. From
left to right they are- the Infantes
Beatrice, Jamie and Christine of
-' 1 Atlantic Hotel'-
Oar and Hogan Stn. Jacksonville, Fla.
All railroad ticket offices In building:,
center of everything-. All modern im improvements.
provements. improvements. First class in every par particular.
ticular. particular. Rates, one person, $1 to $1.50;
two persons, $2 to $2.50. Bath $1.50, $2;
two people, $2.50, $3.
4-3 E. FRANK PIEHCE. Prop.
Is About Spent
But in its wake countless thousands
are left listless, colorless, weak and
emaciated. The physical forts of its
victims have been battered to pieces.
Nature neeas assistance m rebuilding
the system,. The red corpuscles in the
blood can be restored by taking No.
101 Tonic. This Tonic contains iron
which we all know makes rich blood;
it also contains quinine which, drives
out the, malarial germs artdaids
greatly in the restoration of the hu human
man human system. The magnesia in. this
. o. 101 Tonic acts gently upon the
boweH and rids the system of all
poisoi ious and refuse matter. Begin
today and take it at least two weeks.
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THE G. B. WILLIAMS CO.
QUITEVIAN, G A.
Whose Home Will
The Next Fire
L. T. IZLAR
I NEW FRUIT STAND
J (Next to Anti-Monopoly
vkT Drug. Store)
! FAKCY FRUITS
; FRESH VEGETABLES
I AND GROCERIES J
J All Prices Reduced ;
PRONE 309 SAVOY CAFE
UNDERTAKERS and EMBAIMERS
OCA LA, FLORIDA
-Careful Estimates made on all Con!
tract work. Gives More, and Better
Work for the 2oney than any other
contractor in uie city.
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Mr. D. L. Grantham, the Span Span-merchant,
merchant, Span-merchant, is among the business vis visitors
itors visitors in Ocala today.
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Mr. R. M. Perry of Orlando, who
has been quite sick at the hospital, is
out again and slowly improving.
We haye a limited supply of Velvet
Beans for sale. Better buy now, as
they are scarce. Smith Grocery Co. tf J
The Wednesday afternoon bridge
club will meet at the home of Mrs. C. 1
B. Ayer tomorow afternoon at 3:15
. TVim G-ft-vr yr4- virVi Vi o lr faya I
ordinance is the cause of much unfav-
orablecomment by those who come in
on night trains.
Shaving brushes, all set in hard
rubber. We have a nice line to select
from. Prices from 50 cents to $5 each.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 21-
The many friends of Mrs. Norman
Kirk will be sorry to hear that she is
quite sick at the residence of Mrs. B.
T. Perdue on Fort King avenue.
Mrs. Thomas Harris of Augusta,
Ga., is expected to arrive this after
noon and while here will be the guest
of her brother, Dr. E. G. Lindner.
Mrs. Annie Futch of High Springs
has returned to her home after a de delightful
lightful delightful week-end spent with her son,
Mr. Leverett Futch.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Martin have
just had word from their son, Mr.
George Martin, who has been doing
office work in the base hospital at
Camp Wheeler, saying that he was
leaving tonight for a base hospital in
Kelly's Chain Lightning Shoe
Cream, an absolutely guaranteed
dressing for white, gray and brown
kid shoes. Little's Shoe Parlor. 18-6t
Lieut. Commander Robert Allen
Burford, now of Atlanta, is expected
this afternoon. While here he ex expects
pects expects to receive his final discharge,
having come to Ocala for that pur purpose.
pose. purpose. Lieut. Burford will only remain
a couple of days before returning to
Mrs. W. W. Clyatt and Mrs. A. G.
Gates were at the Red Cross rooms
over the postoffice this afternoon, as
sembling the pianafores which have
been allotted to this chapter for mak
ing. A hundred garments is the al
lotment for Ocala and any offer to
help will be appreciated. Mrs. Clyatt
has charge of this work.
, The war is over and we are now
using no substitutes in our famous
Butternut bread. Carter's Bakery, tf
- A peculiar disease has been prev
alent among the live stock of several
of the farmers, which J -experts and
veterinarians pronounce influenza.
and the symptoms are 'similar to
those occurring in human beings.
Just recently Mr. Willard Blood lost
a couple of fine hogs with this dis
Miss Lonnie Davis expects to leav
this afternoon for Tallahassee, hav having
ing having sheen summoned to- consult with
the board of public institutions on the
needs of the industrial school for
girls located near this city. Before
returning to Ocala she expects to
visit to the boy's reform school at
We have a limited supply of Velvet
Beans for sale. Better buy now, a&
they are scarce. Smith Grocery Co. tf
t Mr. Ion L. Farris of Jacksonville is
in the city today on professional bus business:
iness: business: He is one of the attorneys in
a case being tried before' a special
master in this city. Mr. Farris being
a former citizen of Ocala and well
known to all the old timers, was kept
busy shaking hands with his friends.
He is a brother of Mrs. Cecil Bryant.
Mrs. R. H. Sanders is somewhat
better, but the doctors here think it
best for her to go to an Atlanta san sanitarium
itarium sanitarium as it is a nervous breakdown
that she is suffering from. Her hus husband
band husband with Miss -Josephine Williams
will accompany Mrs. Sanders. Miss
Mamie Ruth Sanders is with Mrs. G.
W. Martin until her father returns,
the last of the week.
Peptona is sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Store at one dollar per bottle, tf
Mr. David S. Welch and family, we
are sorry to report, will leave Ocala
in about two weeks to make their
home at Oldsmar, the little city estab
lished by the millionaire automobile
manufacturer, RrE. Olds. Mr. Welch
will, among other duties, put in a
band sawmill, cut the timber on the
33,000-acre tract owned by the com
pany and establish a retail yard to
handle the output of the milL Mr.
Welch has a good contract with the
company there and has a fine propo proposition
sition proposition in the mill which he will install
and operate. Mr. Welch desires us to
state that he will still retain his in interest
terest interest here in the Welch-Todd Lum Lumber
ber Lumber Company, which business will be
operated by his partner, Mr, Rush
Kelly's "White-RIght-Off" for nu nu-buck
buck nu-buck and canvas shoes. Little's Shoe
Parlor, Commercial Bank block. 18-6t
MRS. NAIF MOSES
The many friends of Mrs. Naif
Moses are deeply saddened by her
death, which took place at 10:30 this
Mrs. Moses had been ill for some
time and a few days ago underwent
an operation. It was hoped this would
start her on the road to recovery, and
for a little while she improved, but
later began to fail and continued
sinking until the end came.
Mrs. Moses had lived in Ocala
since her girlhood. She became the
wife of Mr. Moses a few years ago.
She was a pretty and 4nd-hearted
young woman, and was the dearly be beloved
loved beloved of her husband and other rela relatives.
tives. relatives. She leaves beside her hus husband
band husband her brother, Mr. John Metrie,
and her brother-in-law and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Moses. Mr.
Metrie, who lives in Baltimore, is ex expected
pected expected here tonight.
The funeral services will be held at
the home on Oklawaha avenue tomoi-.
row at 10:30 a. m. Rev. Bottolacio will
officiate. The pall bearers will be
Messrs. S. M. Lummus, M. S. Sawaya,
S. Sawaya, G. Nasri, J. S. Leitner and
S. O. Sewell.
E. C. Jordan & Company will have
charge of the arrangements and the
remains will be laid to their lasting
rest in Greenwood. N
Among the attractions in Mr. B. F.
Condon's show window are a couple of
shells manufactured for the famous
French seventy-fives, the most useful
type of cannon used during the war,
and which was also adopted by the
Americans. The shells in their coats
of cream-colored paint and with shin shining
ing shining brass collars are quite pretty ob objects.
jects. objects. They weigh nine and a hall'
pounds without the charge. Some Sometimes
times Sometimes they are loaded with shrapnel,
sometimes with high explosives and
sometimes with gas. Mr. Condon's
shell's were intended for gas. They
were sent him by the Pope company,
manufacturers of a famous bicycle,
and who turned their immense re resources
sources resources into making ammunition
when the war broke out.
Peptona, the Great Tonic." tf
Mr. Roy E. Nettles, U. S. N., has
been home on a visit. Roy has had a
varied and interesting experience. He
has crossed the ocean ten times and
says he knows nearly every wave by
sight. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs;
H. W. Nettles and has been m service
18 months on the transport Matoika;
He leaves, today to make another trip
across. He was in Paris at the time
of President Wilson's reception, and
saw the grand parade. He expects
his discharge when he returns.
Mrs. W. T. Gary, accompanied by
Mrs. Robertson of Virginia, Miss
Richardson, Mrs. William Richardson
and the latter's brother, Dr. Gibson
of St. Louis, returned yesterday from
a most delightful motor trip to Mi Miami.
ami. Miami. They left last Monday and had
a most pleasant time. Mrs. Gary
drove the.car all the way to Miami
and back. While in Miami they had
a very, pleasant visit with Dr. J. M.
Grossbut who, we are sorry to re report,
port, report, seems to be in very poor health.
Little Miss Marion Wallace, who
with her mother are guests of the
Ocala House, has a letter from her
father, Lieut. A. G. Wallace, 114th
Engineers, "somewhere in France." in
which he tells of Miss Wilson, the
president's daughter, singing for hini
and his comrades at one of the posts
of the overseas army. Lieut. Wallace
praises Miss Wilson's voice quite
W. E. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
LADY BALFOUR BUSY
WITH RELIEF WORK
rtMttf Nwwptptf Union)
Lady Francis Balfour, president of
the London society, N. U. W. S. and
Travelers Aid society, is the widow
ff the late Col. Eustace Balfour, and
fifth daughter of the eighth duke of
-Argyll. --She is actively engaged In re-
ITq the Tinel&inpd ads Tt nav
xjmv ue uuiiafewiueu bus. xi pays,
APPEAL FOR APPAREL
CIothic is the Pressing Need of the
People in Devastated
As for weeks previously, the cables
from Red Cross commissions abroad,
and from the Hoover interallied re
lief organization, emphasize the en entire
tire entire lack of clothing material in tEe
liberated countries. Textile mills have
been destroyed, and in many in instances
stances instances have not produced any ma material
terial material in several years. Those that
have been in operation have been sup
plying clothing for the armies, with
the result that civilian populations
are short of wearing apparel. Thou Thousands
sands Thousands upon thousands are protected
from the elements by mere shreds of
The thing to be borne in mind is
that chapters cannot collect too many
cast-off garments. Every garment
collected will protect some human be
ing now in dire need.
"Clothing t the Pressing Need"
"Clothing is the pressing need."
From the department' of the Marne,
perhaps the most famous battle battleground
ground battleground of the world, certainly the
best known to Americans, comes this
report on the conditions and needs of
the French population which has re returned
turned returned to their wrecked and ruined
homes. The Marne refugees number
"Clothing and furniture were al al-vays
vays al-vays shipped to meet the emergency
needs of the returning population."
So wires the Red Cross representa representative
tive representative in the department of the Aisne,
which includes within its borders the
famous Chemin des Dames and other
battlefields. The refugees here are as
numerous as in the Marne.
"A package of clothing was granted
on the basis of a change of linen and
a set of outer clothing." This line is
contained in the report sent from the
department of the Aube, a district of
passage with the shifting population
of refugees. But the statement is
qualified by the following, which per perhaps
haps perhaps will bring some idea of the des desperate
perate desperate need of clothing, among the
homeless of France and Belgium: "If
the family had come there since the
first of March, or had been repatriat repatriated
ed repatriated since that time." With its limited
supply of clothing, the relief agencies
were unabel to care for any people
who had arrived in this district more
than a few months before. The num number
ber number of refugees here was 28,750.
And so the reports of investigators
Co all through the dozen departments
of France overrun by the Hun. The
refugees, numbering almost 2,000,000,
need food and then clothing. Food
they are obtaining through govern government.,
ment., government., military and relief agencies,
but clothing they can obtain from
only one of these the last named.
Mrs. Fred Cook is chairman of this
drive, and will be at Gerig's old drug
Ftore location every day from 9:30 to
11:30 a. m. and from 2 to 4 p. m.
Marion County Chapter, A. R. C.
We have a limited supply of Velvet
Beans for sale.- Better buy now, as
they are scarce. Smith Grocery Co. tf
Call fie-ne and say send the St.r.
1 (DMSILAKfBS dDRI TIE WAY
A CARLOAD OF
Was shipped from the factory at Pontiac, Wis Wisconsin,
consin, Wisconsin, to R. R. Carroll, Ocala, on the 15th of this
month. These cars will be here in a few days.
There are only three cars in the first shipment.
We have a long list of prospects on filemen who
show a deep interest in the new car. If you
want a car out of the first lot, come in and ar arrange
range arrange for it at once. Our easy payment plan ap applies
plies applies on the Oakland, as well as Maxwell, Chalm Chalmers
ers Chalmers and Maxwell Trucks. : : : : :
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Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:50 am. Jckonville-NewYork 2:50 am.
1:56 pm. Jacksonville 3:26 pm.
4:07 pm. Jacksonville 5:10 p.m
C Tampa )
2:50 ara Manatee 12:50 am.
- (St. Petersburg )
3:26 pm. Tampa-Manatee 1:41 pm.
5:10 pm. Tampa-SL Petersburg 4:07 pm.
ATLANTIC COAST LLNE RAILROAD
2:12 pm J'cksonville-Xew York 3:15 am.
2:20 pm. J'ksonville-G'lnesvllle 3:35 pm.
6:42 am. J'ksonville-G'nesvllle 10:13 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pefabrg-Lakeland 2:12 am.
3:35 pm. St. Pet'abrs-Lakeland 2:00 pm.
7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wilcox
7.40 am. Du'nellon-L'keland 11:03 pm.
3.25 pm. Homosaasa 1:45 pm.
10:13 pm. Leesburs 6:42 am.
4-45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am.
Monday. Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
10O Roami. SO Batha
Opposite postofflce. All modern Im Improvements,
provements, Improvements, elevator, telephone ser service.
vice. service. Rates without bath, tl and up;
with bath, S1.50 per person.
W. S JONES, Mffr.
Remember yov. get quality service
at quantity price at the Ocala Iror,
Works Garage. lS-tf
LESS MEAT IF BACK
and mm HURT
T&ka a gl&sa of Baits to fimli Hidneyi
if Bladder bothers yen Drink
lots of water.
Eating meat regularly eventually pro produces,
duces, produces, kidney trouble in some form or
other, says a well-known authority, be because
cause because the uric acid in meat excites the
kidneys, they become overworked; get
sluggish; clog up and cause all sorts of
distress, particularly backache and mis misery
ery misery in the kidney region ; rheumatic twin twinges,
ges, twinges, severs headaches, acid stomach, con constipation,
stipation, constipation, torpid liver, sleeplessness,
bladder and urinary irritation.
The moment your back hurts or kid kidneys
neys kidneys aren't acting right, or if bladder
bothers you, get about four ounces of
Jad Salts from any good pharmacy;
take a tablespoonful in a glass of water
before breakfast for a few days and your
kidneys will then act fine. This famous
salts is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon juice, combined with lithia,
and has been used for generations to
flush dogged kidneys and stimulate them
to normal activity; also to neutralize the
acids in the urine so it no longer irri irritates,
tates, irritates, thus 'ending bladder disorders.
Jad Salts cannot injure anyone;
makes a delightful eiTerrescent Uthia Uthia-water
water Uthia-water drink which millions of men and
women take now and then to keep the
kidneys and urinary organs clean, thus
avoiding serious kidney disease,
E. Bf. CAMMG)ILL
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WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance. FOR SALE Small cottage on North
Magnolia street. House and three
lots in Linwood Park. Apply to David
S. Welch. 25-tf
WANTED All kinds of second hand
furniture, guns, beds, etc. Notify me
and I will send for them. J. W. Hun Hunter,
ter, Hunter, Gunsmith, South Main St. tf
FOR SALE Remington typewriter;
per feet condition. For terms call ana
examine, 613 Oklataha avenue. 24-6t
FOR SALE Six second-hand Fords.
They are real bargains; come and
Icok. at them. Auto Sales Company,
Mack Taylor. 22-6t
FOR SALE CHEAP Two Buick
touring cars; new tires and new tops;
price $200 each. Auto Sales Companj-,
Mack Taylor. 22-6t
HOUSE FOR RENT Four rooms
and bath; gas and electric lights; all
modern improvements. Apply to Mr.
T. H. Wallis. C03 E. 2nd St. 22-6t
LOST Bunch of keys; probably at
postoffice. Finder please return to R.
A. Burford, llolder block. 21-3t
FOR. SALE Cottage with live rooms,
sleeping porch and bath room; com completely
pletely completely screened. Has hot and cold
water in bed and bath rooms. Cheap.
Apply to "F," care Star office. 21-3t
FOR SALE--Burroughj adding ma machine,
chine, machine, in first class condition. Cheap
for cash. Apply to V A. Wilds at
Rheinauer & Co. 18-6t
WANTED You to know I repair all
makes of stoves, gas, wood or coal. I
p.lso buy old stoves. Drop me a card
or call at 417 N. Mdgnolia St. Acme
Stove Hospital. 20-3t
AUTO REPAIR SERVICE For
j quick r.nd reliable automobile service
come to Iie Florida House Garage. J.
C. Lanier and H. C. Williams. 8-lm
. "WANTED A good sccor.d handype handype-!
! handype-! writer; must be in good condition and
'cheap for CASH. Apply to Chas F.
, FHppen, at Marion Hardware Co. 3t
WANTED Stenographic wo rk after
4:30 p. m. Office of fire chief, call 331
s or 255. Mrs. Hampton Chambers, lo
JpOR RENT Two rooms furnished
for light housekeeping. Phone 242,
Mrs. A. M. Perry, Herbert St. 6
IFORD ROADSTER A good Ford
roadster for Rale. Apply at Maxwell
Agency, city. 19;6t