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OGALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1919.
VOL. 2G, NO. 116
BE KEPT APART
Allies Think Statesmen of the Hun
Nations Have Hatched Out
Paris, May 13. The German plen
ipotentiaries it is reported are today
preparing a formal request that they
be permitted to communicate with
the Austrian delegates to the peace
congress during negotiations.
INTEND TO KEEP THEM APART
Paris, May 13. It developed this
afternoon that Count von Brockdorff
Rantzau, head of the German peace
delegation, intended to ask permission
to send German delegates to receive
the Austrian representatives, accord according
ing according to the Havas Agency. It was pre previously
viously previously announced that the Allies in intended
tended intended to keep the delegations wholly
WANT TO HEAR FROM THE OUT OUTSIDE
SIDE OUTSIDE WORLD
Paris, May 13. -(By the Associated
Press.) The Hungarian government
,4. Jias not yet accepted the invitation to
name aeiegaies ior me signing oi
the peace treaty, but it is assumed
here that the Bela Kun regime will
gladly take advantage of this means
of establishing relations with the out outside
side outside world.
WHO WILL BE AUSTRIA'S GOATS
Paris, May 13. (By the Associated
Press.) In the peace treaty with
Austria, now well toward completion,
a responsibility clause has been in inserted
serted inserted identical with that in the
; German treaty with the exception
that the first clause, providing for
the trial of former Emperor William,
is omitted. The remaining clause
makes provision for the trial of mil military
itary military offenders by an international
ccurt martial. - , .v
SCHEIDEMANN IS SORE
London, Monday, May 12 The pos possibility
sibility possibility of a change in the German
government as a result of the presen
tation of the allied peace terms was'
discussed by Chancellor Scheidemann
at Berlin today, according to ah Ex Exchange
change Exchange Telegraph dispatch froniyBer froniyBer-lra.
lra. froniyBer-lra. The chancellor denounced the
peace terms which he said represent represented,
ed, represented, a "brutal, dictated peace," it is
MOTHER'S DAY AT
THE METHODIST CHURCH
The Sunday school had the best at attendance
tendance attendance Sunday. Mrs. Smith Har Hardin,
din, Hardin, the superintendent of the home
department, has been successful and
secured the attendance of about 35
from 'the home department. She
wishes to express her thanks to all
who helped her in getting the girls
there in automobiles.
The' Methodist church was never
more beautifully decorated. The beau beautiful
tiful beautiful lilies were so well arranged by
the committee that every one was de delighted.
lighted. delighted. The four young women who
stoi at the door and gave every one
a Ctautiful flower did good service to
help us remember our mothers. The
music was good and appropriate and
the sermon by the pastor was short
and full of comfort and help to the
large congregation. It was easy for
-m W T TTT "T t 1 T TT 1 x
I iur. Xj. w. uuvai ana xiev. rxaruin to
I be happy, Mr. Duval as superinten-
Xdent and Mr. Hardin as pastor.
Sunday night the Methodist church
was filled at the union service to hear
the helpful address delivered by Mr.
W. T. Gary. He told of the work the
Y. M. C. A. did in France during the
Citra, May i 9. Dr. McGee of the
University of Florida, delivered an
address at the Methodist church Sun,
day morning. He spoke on the world
situation and how to meet it. All
who had the pleasure of listening to
Dr. McGee enjoyed his address very
much. While in town he was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Driver.
Rlrs. J. B. Borland, Miss Ethel Bor Bor-lanlpand'
lanlpand' Bor-lanlpand' Mr. and Mrs. DuPree and
children are spending the week at
Mr. Wilbur Melton of Tampa was a
visitor here last week.
W Mr. E. L. Wartmann has just re re-Arned
Arned re-Arned from a business trip in the
rt nf the state.
Mr. Ammons has been spending a
few days with his wife at the White
Mr. Mike Cassels of Bay-Lake, who
recently returned from France, was a
visitor here yesterday. Mike has
auite a scar on his head, where he
was wounded in battle.
ITALIANS SEEM III
A BETTER HUMOR
Heart to Heart Talk
Morning With Colonel
Paris, May 13. The Italian prob problem
lem problem seemer neared solution when to today's
day's today's conference began among allied
representatives here and it is thought
probable a basis of understanding will
be reached during the day. The Ital Italian
ian Italian representatives are reported to be
evidencing more willingness to make
concessions. The discussions began
when Premier Orlando called this
morning on Colonel House, of the
American delegation. The council of
lour neId no meeting during the
IN JUSTICE TO THE
Paris, Saturday, May 10. Presi President
dent President Wilson in his address today to
the French Academy of Moral and
Political Sciences, entered a strong
disclaimer of the idea that the Amer American
ican American people were largely materialists
of dollar worshippers.
"I have had in recent months one
very deep sense of privilege," the
president said. "I have been keenly
aware that there have 'been times
when the people of Europe have not
understood the people of the United
States. We have been too often sup supposed
posed supposed -to have been devoted chiefly
if not entirely to material enterprises.
We have been supposed in the com common
mon common phrase, to worship the almighty
"We have accumulated wealth, wel
have devoted ourselves to material en enterprises
terprises enterprises with extraordinary success,
but there has underlain all of that,
all the time, a commonsense of hu humanity
manity humanity and a common sympathy with
the high principles of justice which
has never grown dim in the field even
of enterprise, and it has been my very)
great joy in these reecnt months to
interpret the people of the United
States to the people of the world.
"I have not done .more. I have not
utteed in my public capacity my own
private thoughts. I have uttered what
I have known to be the thoughts of
the great people whom I represent. I
have uttered, the things that have
been stored up in their hearts and
purpose from the time of our birth as
It was at this point that the presi president
dent president made his declaration that the
American people who came into' the
world consecrated to liberty, were
ready to cast in their lot in common
with the lot of those whose liberty is
threatened whenever the cause of lib liberty
erty liberty was seen to be imperiled.
"This is the spirit of the people of
the United States," he continued,
"and they have been privileged to
send 2,000,000 men over here to tell
you so. It has been, the great priv privilege
ilege privilege not merely to tell you so in
Words, but to tell you so in men and
material the pouring out of their
wealth and the offering of their
President Wilson alluded to his
studies in. the field of political science
and of the attempts he had made "to
put into the words of learning the
thought of a nation, the attitude of a
people toward public affairs." He
"A great many of my colleagues in
American university life got their
training, even in political science, as
so many men in civil circles did, in
German universities. I have been
obliged at various times to read a
great deal of bad German, difficult
German, awkward German, and I
have been aware that the thought was
as awkward as the phrase, that the
thought was rooted in a fundamental
misconception of the state and of the
political life, of peoples. And it has
been a portion of my effort to disen disengage
gage disengage the thought of American uni university
versity university teachers from the misguided
instruction which they had received
on this side of the sea. Their Amer American
ican American spirit anticipated most of them,
as a matter of course, but the form of
the thought sometimes misled them.
They speak too often of the state as
a thing which would ignore the indi individual
vidual individual as a thing which was privileged
ta dominate the fortune of men by a
sore of inherent and sacred authority.
"Now as an utter democrat, I have
never been able to accept that view
of the state. My view of the state is
that it must stop and listen to what I
have to say, no matter how humble I
am, and that each man has the right
to have his voice heard and his coun counsel
sel counsel heeded, insofar as it is worthy of
"I have always been among those
who believe that the greatest freedom
of speech was the greatest safety, be because
cause because is a man is a fool the best
I thing to do is to encourage him to
SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE
THROUGH THE MARION COUNTY BANKS
First State Bank of Mcintosh
Ocala National Bank
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank
Bank of Dunnellon
Metropolitan Savings Bank
Subscriptions of Railroad Employees
The above figures show that Marion county has exceeded its quota by
REMEDY IS IN A
Teuton Socialists Would Proceed to
J Tear Up Everything as Soon
as They Sign the Treaty
Berlin, May 13 (By the Associated
Press.) "Even if unimportant
charges are not made by the negotia negotiations
tions negotiations begun at Versailles, there re remains
mains remains no choice but to bow to com compulsion
pulsion compulsion and sign the treaty,' says an
appeal of the central committee of
the independent socialist party in the
party organ. Die Freiheit, yesterday.
The appeal was prefaced by a de denunciation
nunciation denunciation of the severity of the
peace terms and concludes with a de demand
mand demand that the workmen of all coun countries
tries countries unite against capitalism for a
IT MIGHT NOT SUIT ALLIES
Berlin, May 13 (By the Associated!
T"J rrn i l
jrxcas.; xne imperial ministry met
yesterday to discuss the peace terms,
but no positive proposals have yet
been communicated to the Entente.
It is reported that the German dem democratic
ocratic democratic and centrist parties threatened
to withdraw their representatives
from the government if the treaty is
The Neue Freie Presse of Vienna
declares that Count Von Brockdorff Brockdorff-Rantzau,
Rantzau, Brockdorff-Rantzau, head of the German peace
mission at Versailles, has informed
its representative that he is making
every effort to secure a union of Ger German
man German Austria with Germany.
LLOYD GEORGE ENDORSES
THE SALVATION ARMY
David Lloyd George, the man of the
hour in England today, when told that
the Salvation Army in America was
about to Conduct a campaign for
funds with which to continue their
home service work, cabled Evangeline
Booth a strong endorsement of the
cause.. Following is his message:
Paris, April 8, 1919.
Dear Madam: I have very great
pleasure in sending you this cable to
say how highly I think of the great
work which has been done by the Sal Salvation
vation Salvation Army amongst the allied
armies in France and the ether the theaters
aters theaters of war. From all sides I hear
the most glowing accounts of the way
in which your people have added to
the comfort and welf re of our sol soldiers.
diers. soldiers. To me it has always been a
great joy to think how much the suf sufferings
ferings sufferings and hardships endured by our
troops in all parts of the world have
been lessened by the self-sacrifice
and devotion shown to them by that
excellent organization, the Salvation
Army. Yours faithfully,
David Lloyd George.
The Salvation Army home service
fund campaign for $13,000,00, which
will open Monday, May 19, will close
Monday, May 26th.
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD
The Star will pay five dollars for
evidence sufficient to warrant the ar arrest
rest arrest of any person who takes a copy
of the Evening Star from the prem premises
ises premises of any of our subscribers with without
out without the owner's consent.
advertise the fact by speakine. It
can not be so easily discovered if you
allow him to remain silent and look
wise, but if you let him speak, the
secret is out and the world knows that
he is a fool.
"So it is by the exposure of folly
that it is defeated; not by the seclu seclusion
sion seclusion of folly, and in this free air of
free speech men get into that prt of
communication with one anothev
which constitutes the basis of all
cemmon achievement. France through
many vicissitudes and through many
bitter experiences found the way to
this sort of freedom and now she
stands at the front of the world as
the representative of constitutional
BUY BABY, BONDS
May 15 is Interest Date on Second
Liberty Loan Bonds Convert
Your Coupons into W. S. S.
"Cut 'your coupons and buy baby
bonds," is the advice given holders
of the Second Liberty "Loan today by
the savings division of the treasury
department, which is aiding the peo people's
ple's people's campaign for thrift in connec
tion with the sale of thrift stamps
and war savings stamps. On Thurs
day, May 15, the government pays
interest on the 4 per cent, bonds of
the second loan, and the 4 per cent.
bonds into which the second loan
bonds were converted to the amount
of $78,102,249. Think of this vast
amount of money invested in war
savings stamps which would begin
earning immediately 4 per cent, com
pounded quarterly. The statement
"Liioerty, bona interest coupons
should be clipped promptly, and
promptly re-invested. Thriftless mon
ey, or money which lies idle, is of no
benefit to the individual, or the com community.
munity. community. Money should be put to work
where it can earn the most in the
safest way, just as the individual
should be kept busy. The govern government,
ment, government, following the Victory Loan is
now paying interest to the people at
the rate of nearly a billion dollars a
year. This is the money earned by
the savings of the people invested in
the securities of the government.
These earnings should be put to work,
and there is no better, safer place of
employment for money than the war
savings stamps and thrift stamps is is-suel
suel is-suel by the government.
"Two semi-annual interest coupons
clipped from $100 4Vi per cent, bonds
will more than buy a war savings
stamp, costing $4.16 in May. In Jan January
uary January 1924 this war savings stamp
will be worth $5. Think in interest
make your interest make more inter interest."
est." interest." ARMY CHAPLAIN TO ASSIST
IN MEETING AT McINTOSH
Rev. A. C. Shuler, chaplain in the
"Old Hickory Division," will be with
the Mcintosh Baptist church, assist assisting
ing assisting Pastor O. T. Moncrief in a meet meeting
ing meeting of a week or ten days.
Rev. Shuler is at present in Tampa,
and the Tampa papers are speaking
highly of his work in connection with
the Armenian and Syrian relief. He
was with the Micanopy Baptist church
a few weeks ago and spoke each time
to crowded houses. His engagement
with Mcintosh was postponed indefi indefinitely.
nitely. indefinitely. He now assures the people that
he will be with them beginning the
third Sunday in May, the 18th, and
Pastor Moncrief invites all who heard
him and all who planned to hear him
when he should come to Mcintosh- to
hear him during this time May 18 to
May 25, or later.
There will be two meetings daily.
The morning meeting will be held at
11 o'clock, and the evening meeting
will be at 9 o'clock, both ours subject
The people 'will enjoy this speaker,
a? he has an unique method of deliver delivering
ing delivering the old, old message and it is the
desire of the Mcintosh pastor and
people to infrom the people of his
Fort King, May 8 Mrs. W. J.
Younge returned home Saturday from
a long visit to her daughter, Mrs. J.
A. Getford in Eustis.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Turner and
baby visited relatives at St. Catherine
Saturday and Sunday.
Mis3 Vercie Whaley visited Miss
Ida Belle Clayton in Ocala Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Long of Ocala
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Whaley
Mr. Clarence Cork and Mr. William
Brabham of Orange Lake visited Mr.
and Mrs. Casper Younge last week, j
CUTI COUPONS AND
Strong Winds and Heavy Seas Com
pel Would-be Ocean Flyers
to Hug the Shore
Washington, May 13. Dispatches
to the navy department todav from
Trepassey Bay indicated that the
naval seaplanes at- Newfoundland
could not start on their trans-ocean
flight for at least twenty-four hours.
commander Towers, chief of the ex
pedition, said heavy seas were run-
iiiug emu tx aiurui was coming qowii
on the course to the Azores. The Nf!-4
i3 also weatherbound at Chatham.
Mass., and officials here regard it im improbable
probable improbable that she will be in the over
seas flight as Commander Towers
message indicated he would start as
soon as weather conditions permitted,
without waiting the arrival of the
NC-4 at Trepassey.
The spring: session of the circuit
court opened Monday, Judge Bullock
on the bench. State Attorney 'Scbfield,
sheriff Galloway and other officials in
their places. Following- are "names of
the members of the grand and petit
A. W. Woodward. J. C. Smith. S.
D. Atkinson, M. M. Proctor. B. S.
Jennings, E. E. Williams, R. E. Fort,
D. J. Fort, W. W. Kincr, Walter Nich
ols, J. R. Peebles, J. A. Haralson, J.
C. Perry, E. L. Reddine. E. D. Rou.
A. S. McKinney, J. H. Smith, W.'J'.
C. A. Vaughn, D. Fant. W. R. Ped-
rick, Dillon Long, E. W. Jones, J.
Chas. Smith, E. E. Perkins, L. H. Pil-
ans, J. R. Rogers, D. M. Kinnard. W.
H. Fore, S. L. Fridy. C. E. Winston.
H. W. Nettles.
Following is the docket, the first
four cases of which were disposed of
Mary L. Hudgens vs. J. L. B. Hud-
lH. B. Masters Co. vs. B. E. Rayso.
Commercial Bank of Ocala vs. J. A.
Rentz et aL
A Minchew vs. J. H. Alison.
Anna V. Pyles vs. George Pasteur.
T. S. Mathews vs. Johnson, Smith
T. C. West, Admr., vs. Geo. J. Johns.
Frost &-McNabb vs, W. T. Whit-
National Security Bank of Philadel
phia vs. Z. Spinks.
Pink Wright vs. Andrew Guy.
W..R. Bryant vs. J. E. Foxworth.
Florida Peat Product Co. vs. S. A.
L. Railway Co.
Lugenia James et al vs. J. J. Guth-
Ocala National Bank vs. D. T. Sher-
Ocala Mfg. Co. vs. A. C. L. R. R. Co.
Harry B. Clarkson vs. P. H. Nugent,,
W. B. Boydston vs. H. C. Groves.
Wm. A. Jeffcoat vs. J. M. Meffert.
S. F. Rou vs. A. G. Gates
American Agricultural Chemical,
Co. vs. W. C. Griner.
B. H. .Seymour vs. Berry Carter.
Electra, May 12. We have been
having quite a good many fine show showers
ers showers and the farmers are all busy
planting their crops and killing grass.
Rev. Boatright filled his regular ap
pointment last Sunday, and preached
fine sermons both morning and eve
Misses Dixie Pillans and Mary
Hoyt Martin .were out for a short visit
to their parents last Sunday, return
We had an ice cream supper Sat
urday night. May 10th, and had a fine
crowd and a nice time. Ice cream and
cake were served. Several cakes were
auctioned off to the highest bidder.
visitors came from Belleview and
Ccnner, about 75 or 100 people being
present. Something over $50 was
realized, which will be sent to help the
poor of Europe. This goes from the
Electra Sunday school.
We have Sunday school every Sun
aay ai j o ciock ana everybody is
invited and will be welcomed.
Mrs. Durrance of Tarpon Springs
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Pillans. Her friends are erlad
o have her with them again; She
always has a welcome in Electra.
Mr. Alva Barber has returned from
South Florida, where he has been
spending a few days.
Ms. Glover Caldwell and Master
George Griggs are here for a few
days visit to their parents.
A man who KNOWS is put to worx
on your automobile when it is brought
here for repairs. You dont pay for
experimenting." Ocala 'Iron Works
Garage. Phone 4. 10-6t
T OF CITIES
WITH ARMY CAMPS
On Leaving- Clean Com nan r Strata
Our Troops Quickly Noted Filth
in War-Stricken France
Lawn mowers were sin inner this
morning, bright and early. Was vours
among them? Were you out for an
early attack on the weeds those
weeds on your lawn, or on that va
cant lot of yours, which stands out in
sucn ugly contrast with the well kept
lawn or garden of your neighbor?
Property owners were out this morn
ing with their coats off. Were von
among them? Does your yard look as
shipshape in its appearance as Hazel
Park? The firemen took their coats
off and got busy.
This is the second dav of "Clean
up Week." The good work has just
started. The weeds, tall ptoss M
umber, dilapidated buildings and
"ences, dirty sidewalks, dead leaves.
dead trees, dead shrubs, still have
possession of the city. If the army
camps had been kept in the same
condition that Ocala is in at present,
you would have been the first person,
perhaps, to have cried out against the
crime. The army camps were cleaned
and inspected daily. When the army
marched out of clean camps, and had
landed in war-stricken France, the
contrast was sharp. Everv man in
he American Expeditionary Forces
noted it at once. It was nrobablv the
most talked of thine: among the Am
erican troops in France. In their dis
gust, too many of our men forgot
that t ranee had been at war for four
years, that all available men were
on the front orun the factories, and
that the women and children left be behind
hind behind were plowing the fields and
hoeing the gardens. And when the
war was over our men said: "Take us
home! Take is back to a country that
Will the men find the country clean
when they get home? Will the con contrast
trast contrast with the camps still stand out?
Ocala at present cannot say to the re returning
turning returning soldier, nor to any person:
"Come, make your home with us;
ours is a clean city."
WISE TO WAIT,
Washington, May 13. In arrang arranging
ing arranging today for the organization of the
conference of republican senators to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, leaders planned to postpone
action on the contest over the propos proposed
ed proposed election of Senators Penrose of
Pennsylvania and Warren of Wyom Wyoming,
ing, Wyoming, as chairmen of the finance and
appropriations comjnittees respective respectively,
ly, respectively, Senator Lodge, republican leader,
HAVE A CHANCE FOR HOME
Washington, May 13. All tempo temporary
rary temporary officers who entered the navy for
the war period only will be released
within a few weeks, acting Secretary
Roosevelt announced today. They will
be replaced by reserve officers ac accepting
cepting accepting commissions with the agree agreement
ment agreement to remain in the service until
six months after peace is declared.
Senator Hulley has introduced
three important banking measures to
provide for state banks joining the
federal reserve system. These meas measures,
ures, measures, if passed, will enable the state
banks to carry lower cash reserves by
putting up good paper under the fed federal
eral federal reserve system to protect the
bank, thus giving greater elasticity
of reserve, greater security and re releasing
leasing releasing cash for additional service in
The' House has passed the bill pro providing
viding providing for aid to poor mothers or
ether poor women having children de dependent
pendent dependent on them for support, pro provides
vides provides for the county commissioners to
levy not more than one half mill tax,
out of which pensions will be allowed
such women A residence of four
years in the state and one year in the
county will be required to b shown.
Allowance is limited to not more than
twnety-five dollars for one child and
not than eight dollars a month for
each additional child under sixteen
years. Aid will be given by the coun county
ty county commissioners upon recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation of county school boards, and
needy children 'living with male rela relatives
tives relatives will not come under the provi provisions.
sions. provisions. The bill had passed the Senate
with one-fourth mill levy, which the
Without a dissenting vote the Sen Senate
ate Senate Waived the rules and took the
second of the state road department's
bills from second to third reading and
passed it unanimously. The measure
provides for the abolition of the con convict
vict convict lease and placing the convicts on
the public highways. The bill carry carrying
ing carrying a two-mill levy to meet federal
aid and maintain the convict on
roads had already passed the Senate.
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will be made for mounting. ;
President Wilson has designated
June 8 to 14 as "Boy Scout Week."
The Germans say they have adopted
Wilson's fourteen points. If so, they
have bent each one into a corkscrew.
American engineers are cleaning
Constantinople. They find the per
sonal affairs of the Turk as filthy as
The fourteen points would have
been all right if there had not been
fourteen different interpretations put
on some of them.
. Senator Igou of Lake county will
be a candidate for president of the
state senate in 1921. If elected, he
will make a good one.
A year ago yesterday, the Italians
took the dominating position of Monte
Corno from the Austrians and a year
ago today repulsed a determined at
tempt of the enemy to retake it.
The people of Rumania bless the
names of America and the Red Cross.
American flour is keeping them alive
and the Red Cross work of mercy is
found everywhere in their country.
Henryford's libel suit for $1,000,000
against the Chicago Tribune, went to
trial at Mount Clemens, Mich., Mon
day. Henry won't be the first man to
find out there is no fun in suing a
Members of the 322nd Infantry,
which was the only American regi
ment to serve in Italy, tell a mighty
bad story about neglect and ill treat
ment, for which they say their own
officers were responsible.
If the legislature find 3 it necessary
to spend several days discussing such
important state bills as compulsory
dipping, citrus canker eradication and
selling the Everglades, it is easily
seen that local bills will get little con
Local bills are slipped in sometimes
Russia, covering 300,000 square miles,
inhabited by 33,000,000 people, who
have for a seaport Odessa on tht
Elack Sea. The Ukrainians have been
fighting both the Bolsheviki and the
Poles. If the Entente could establish
an understanding with them and
pacify their differences with Poland,
the two nations would make a strong
peace belt right across the center of
The Tribune is confident that no nobody
body nobody can surpass Claude Kitchin in
making laws which are irritating and
amusing and unworkable. Mr. Kitchen
is that member of Congress who is
the father of the so-called "luxuries"
tax law. One amusing thing about
the measure is that the articles called
luxuries are not luxuries at all, al although
though although it must be admitted that they
would be at Scotland Neck, where Mr.
Kitchin lives when he is at home.
Mr. Kitchin is one of the Jonahs of
the democratic party, which is better
supplied with Jonahs than the ship
which sailed from Joppa to Tarshish.
The reason for Kitchin is that he lives
in a hillbilly district. He exceeds in
intellect the majority of the people of
his -district, so they keep him in office.
The seniority rule of Congress en enables
ables enables him to Jonah the entire country,
but he will have to ride in a whale
for the next two years, maybe longer,
for dread of men like him, Burleson
and several more may defeat the
party in the next election.
Joe Earman's Palm Beach Post has
become so infatuated with our own
George Wilder, speaker of the lower
house of the legislature,, that he has
moved him into the Second congres
sional district and nominates him for
Congress. The Tribune is just won wondering
dering wondering whether the east coast politi political
cal political prognosticator has his political
geography mixed or what grievance
he has against Congressman Frank
Clark? Tampa Tribune.
Joe didn't have to stand any civil
service examination, you know, when
he was given his present exalted posi position.
tion. position. If he has a' grievance against
Frank Clark, it is because he can't
boss the congressman like he does the
There was a redhot riot in Charles
ton Sunday, between bluejackets from
the navy yard and negroes. The trou
ble started with a difficulty between
one of the sailors and a negro, in
which the sailor was wounded. His
comrades then turned in to clean up
the town and attacked every negro in
sight. They killed two and wounded
seventeen, and seven of their own men
were wounded. Most of the negroes
who were hurt had nothing to do with
the trouble. Charleston is a southern
city, but it is a pretty safe bet that
most of the sailors were from north
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FUNERAL DIRECTORS and Er.lB ALTERS
No charge for delivery of caskets anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM IL PYLES JIL,
Office Phono 10 Night Phonos 225 or 423
Automobile Accessories and Vulcanizing
"Red Spot" Lights, Ford Floor Mats, "Ever Ready" and American
- Flashlights, all Kinds of Tire Repair Accessories.
A Bear ) GILLETT SAFETY ( OneGillett
For Wear J TIRES and TUBES I Sells a set :
ALTMAN 8c CHARLES CO. :
Main St. and Ocklawaha Ave. Ocala, Florida. I
GEORGE A. SCOTT
The New General States Manager of the Florida Citrus Exchange
It is reported that Representative
Phillips has not so much hope of mov
ing the capital to Ocala as starting an
agitation that would remove it from
Tallahassee. It would be a distinct
gain to the state if the capital was
removed to some place where the peo
pie of Florida knew better what was
going on. It is an obscure corner
now, and only a small portion of the
population know what the state gov government
ernment government is doing.
A good many American soldiers in
France complained of high prices
charged them by the French. We don't
think it possible the French were any
worse in this respect than our own
people, many of whom overcharged
our men in the most shameless way.
There are probably more out and out
grafters in the United States than
there are people in the big city of
Mr. Scott was unanimously chosen
to his new position by the board of
directors of the exchange.
His selection for the place was in
the nature of a promotion, Mr. Scott
having faithfully served the organi organization
zation organization for about ten years in other
For almost seven years he was dis district
trict district manager, in charge of the New
England field, and for the past three
years Mr. Scott has held the position
of division manager of the territory
east of Pittsburg.
An experienced fruit man, engaged
in this line from early manhood, Mr.
Scott has made a record for successful
work during his connection with the
Florida Citrus Exchange and as the
head of its sales department is ex expected
pected expected to give this even greater ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency than it has enjoyed in the
Two capable assistant sales man managers,
agers, managers, Chas. A.-Price and Hal C. Al Allen,
len, Allen, whose work has largely contribut contributed
ed contributed to the successful record of the ex
change during the past season, will
continue in their positions, giving Mr.
Scott loyal support, and the selling
force of the organization in the north
will be enlarged by next fall.
DR. G. A. H. EDMISTON
Veterinary Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phon 501. Office Phone 123
WHITE STAR LINE
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According to reports that come out
of the Ukraine, the people of that
country are anxious to cut loose from
the Bolsheviki. The Ukraine is the
most fertile and progressive part of
Gov. Catts thinks the state needs
a new constitution, and we are inclin inclined
ed inclined to agree with him. But' unless we
elect to a constitutional convention
wiser men than have made up a ma
jority of our legislatures for the past
twenty years, a new constitution
would be worse than the old.
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PLEASE GlJ 1E
JUST ONE WOU
Shady, May. 8. Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Smith of Belleview visited
Mr. and Mrs. Zeb Freeman Sunday.
Mrs. Sam Redding had as her
guests last' week her niece, Mrs.
Whittington and two children.
H. W. Douglas and Barnett Doug
las are visiting relatives at Weirs-
dale this week.
The picnic was very much a suc
cess. The neighborhood was largely
represented and friends from Pedro,
Charter Oak and Oak were there.
i When we "lay by we are planning to
have another and will give longer no notice
tice notice as we want everybody who can
Mr. Harvey Blackburn, county
i demonstration agent, was here Tues
day, keeping tab on the farmers and
talking club sense to the boys.
Little Morton Douglas, who was
taken quite sick last week, is not very
I much better.
Cutting oats, picking beans and
planting potatoes is keeping some of
the farmers busy this week. The
oats are good this year.
Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at- OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guaranteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:50 am. Jacksonville -New York 2:50 am.
l:C3pm. Jacksonville 3:26 pm.
4:07 m. Jacksonville 5:10 p.m
t Tampa )
2:50 a.m) Manatee V 2:50 am.
(St. Petersburg )
3:26 pm. Tampa-Manatee 1:41 pm.
5:10 pm. Tampa-St. Petersburg 4:07 pm.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 pm Jcksonvllle-New York 3:15 am.
2:20 pm. J'ksonville-G'inesvllle 3:35 pm.
6:42 am. J'ksonvllle-G'nesvllle 10:13 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pefsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am.
3:35 pm. St. Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:00 pm.
7:10 am. Duimellon-'Wllcox
7;40 am. Du'nellon-L'keland 11:03 pm.
3:25 pm. Homosassa 1:45 pm.
10:13 pm. Leeaburg 6:42 am.
4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
'Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
Sassy Sally Pumps in black and
brown, the latest thing. Little's Shoe
EIICKY IS THE STAR'S DEVIL
Why buy the "practicing" time of
an amateur workman for your auto automobile
mobile automobile when you can secure a compe
tent man at the same price? Every
one of 6ur repair mechanics is exper experienced.
ienced. experienced. Ocala Iron Works Garage.
Phone 4. 10-6t
A TRUE REMEDY
10. 101 10IIIC
In the low mashy places where
mosquitoes breed," there is always
alaria in the spring and summer.
But this terrifle affliction can be com
pletely knocked out of the system by
Dr. Williams' 101 Tonic. It not only
knocks out malaria, but it builds up
the health generally and makes the
sufferer strong and well and able to
resist attacks of every day ailments.
The quinine in it kills the malaria
germs -as soon as it permeates the
system; the iron strengthens and in invigorates
vigorates invigorates and improves the appetite;
the magnesia regulates the bowels
and prevents constipation and head headache.
ache. headache. Dr. Williams' 101 Tonic is a
most valuable medicine for any one
in run-down health. Try it. Your
druggist can supply you. Refuse all
substitutes. -Adv. B4-4-26-19
is to be your year
get a Maxwell
W. K. Lane, 3L D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Lar Library Building, Ocala,
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HERE are untold numbers in America who
have felt Old Man Opportunity slap them on
JL the back in the last four months. This is to
be their year.
If you be one of them let your mind turn to a
larger, more luxurious car a Maxwell, equipped
with every modern device, better looking, better
Give your pride the treat it has looked forward
to. Get a self-starting, demountable rim automobile.
Get a car that expresses yourself.
A Maxwell costs no more to run or maintain. It
gives you many extras in comfort and ease of mind.
Many of the richest men in America drive
They appreciate the 300,000-ail-alike idea behind
the Maxwell. They know that :i chassis' which
has withstood a manufacturing "rUn" of 300,000 in
5 years without Radical change means a perfection
in motor car development
If your pride could talk it would say:
"Get a Maxwell."'
Jlfarr ntiUt per gallon
Jlprt m He- n tires
R. R. CARROLL
OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, SIAY 13, 1919
The hot days are coming, don't try to
Worry ttiroiiffh this summer with that old
See 11s abut a
Mew Perfection Oil Stove
Florence Automatic Oil Stow
or better still an
ideal Fireless CooHcer.
You will be suprised to know how
cheap we can sell you this heat protection.
j VISIT OF GRAND MATRON
TO THE OCALA CHAPTER
If you have any society items,
please phone One-Two-One (121).
Mrs. Ed Carmichael is expected
home today from a ten days' visit in
Mrs. R. G. Blake is expected home
today from a pleasant trip to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and St. Augustine.
Mrs. W. H. Clark, who spent the
week-end with her daughter, Mrs. E.
C- Bennett, has returned to her home
at Lake Weir.
Mrs. J. A. Bouvier and Master
Gerald Bouvier are expected home
home from Jacksonville, where they
have been visiting Mr. Bouvier.
Mrs. W. S. Jones, who has been the
attractive guest of Mrs. J. H. Strunk
for the past few days, returned to
her home in Jacksonville yesterday
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 doiug full duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it My sulk on you all the
remainder of the season. .
OCALA ICE AND PACKING COMPANY
Congoleum Art Squares, a large
variety to seltc from, at Goldman's.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wheeler ar arrived
rived arrived yesterday from Miami, making
the trip in their car. Mr. Wheeler
leaves today for a short business trip
to New York. While in the city Mrs.
Wheeler will be the guest of Mrs. C.
Let Us do Your Family
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FULL STOCK COED REPAIR MATERIAL
St. Margaret's Guild of Grace Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal church will give a tea Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon, May 14th, from 4 to 6
o'clock, at the residence of Mrs. H. B.
Clarkson. There will be a sale of
cakes and candy and fancy articles of
all descriptions suitable for gradua graduation
tion graduation presents.
Mrs. Alice Schultz, grand matron
O. E. S.- of Florida, will leave today
for Mcintosh, where she will make
her official visit tonight. She will be
accompanied by Mrs. Alice Yonce,
Grand Ruth, and Mrs. Lester Lucas.
While in Mcintosh thev will he th
f guests of Mrs. Ed. Rush. A party of
ice Kjcma cnapier win go 10 ivicintosn
tonight in autoes to attend the meet meeting.
ing. meeting. The rdusk: committee of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club announces that it will give
a musical tea, at the club house Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon, May 17, at 3:30.
This will be the last meeting of the
club for this season and will be aii
open meeting for all friends of the
members of the club. A silver offer offering
ing offering will be asked, the funds to go to
the proposed memorial avenue of the
park which has been planned by the
We can Repair All Malces ol Cord Tires.
Our Repairs are Backed by Ten Years
Tires and Tubes to Fit All Rims.
TEE WMPSdDM MOTEL
Jacksonville, Florida y
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 Sy per person to $6.
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. KAVANAUGH,
Large supply of Velvet Beans and
Chufas now on hand. The Ocala
Seed Store. 7-11-19
.The German dress helmet ; which
was sent from Washington, has been
presented to Mrs. B. H. Seymour,
county chairman of the Woman's
Liberty Loan committee for her able
and efficient work during the Fifth
Liberty Loan. Mrs. Seymour has
worked incessantly ever since the
drive began and it was through her
untiring endeavors that Marion coun county
ty county was put so gloriously over the top.
Her work has been recognized and
this helmet has been given to her as
a recognition of her efforts. The hel helmet
met helmet will be on display in Helvenston's
window. The medals that are to be
given to those who worked on the
woman's committee have been un unavoidably
avoidably unavoidably delayed, but are expected
daily. These medals are awarded
only to the women workers, but the
helmets go to the men's division, and
in recognition of the work done by
the woman's committee the helmet re
ceived here was presented to Mrs.
Have you seen the little mechanical
man walking around and over the
Walk-Over Shoe in Goldman's win window?
dow? window? If you have not, you've missed
a treat. 9-4t
Edith Storey in "As the Sun Went
Down," presented a genuine Bret
Harte picture in the best of style at
the Temple yesterday. It was inter interesting
esting interesting all thru and wound up most
happily. The comedy was intenselj
amusing. The International News
appears tonight, which is filled with
leading events in all parts of the
world. The feature picture will be
that very pretty actress, Alice Brady,
in "Her CPreat Chance." This is said
to be her greatest picture. How a
fortune stands between the happiness
of a young couplers dramatically por portrayed
trayed portrayed in it. Lola Gray, who spends
her time working hard, loves "Charlie
Cox, New York's white way sensa sensation.
tion. sensation. Lola usually goes motoring
with Charlie after work. They visit a
road house one day, and there Charlie,
a little intoxicated, broaches the sub subject
ject subject of marriage to Lola, who bravely
refusea for his sake. Then Charlie
starts on another "tear" and the next
morning the papers are full of the
news. Cox, senior, has his lawyer
make a new will, and Lola hearing of
this now comes to Charlie as his wife,
determined to transform his charac character,
ter, character, now that her chance has arrived.
The picture abounds with dramatic
scenes, and some amusing ones, and
our movie fans should not fail to see
Peptone is sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Store at one dollar per bottle, tf
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.t held
a special meeting last night when
Mrs. Alice Schultz of Sarasota, grand
matron of Florida, made her official
visit. There was a splendid attend attendance,
ance, attendance, nearly seventy members and
visitors, and the meeting was a suc success
cess success in every way.
The hall committee composed of
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, Mrs. Julie
Weihe, Mrs. Clotilde Bilbro, Mr. Les Lester
ter Lester Lucas, Mr. Albert Harriss and
Mrs. T. Kilgore, deserve much credit
for the beautifully decorated halL
Trailing bamboo vines, Easter lilies,
sweet peas and other cut flowers were
used in profusion.
At this meeting the degrees were
conferred upon Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Needham, Mrs. Reba Davis of Sum Sum-merfield,
merfield, Sum-merfield, Mr. Clide C. Bennett and
Mr. M. Lintonman of Oak.
A beautiful Eastern Star spoon and
Easter lilies were presented to Mrs.
Schultz by Mrs. Isabelle Wesson,
worthy matron, in behalf of Ocala
chapter. Mr. C E. Connor, past
grand patron, presented a cut glass
puff box to Mrs. Schultz in behalf of
Mrs. Alice Yonce, who is Grand Ruth
of the Grand Chapter of Florida.
Mrs. Schultz, grand matron, re responded
sponded responded to these presentations in her
own sweet way and gave a beautiful
talk to the members in which she
highly praised Ocala chapter for the
lovely work and the harmonious co cooperation
operation cooperation displayed.
During the evening Mr. Lester Lu Lucas
cas Lucas pleased all by singing "Dear Old
Pal of Mine," and other numbers, be being
ing being accompanied by Mrs. Erin Lucas,
who is the chapter's talented organ organist.
ist. organist. Misses Ruth Simmons, Ullaine
Barneit and Anna Belle Wesson gave
several numbers, singing and playing
the guitar and ukelele. Mrs. Emily
Webb recited "The Mystic Star,"
which all appreciated.
After the close of the chapter, a re reception
ception reception was held for Mrs. Schultz.
Chicken salad, wafers, hot coffee,
cake and ice cream were prepared by
the refreshment committee, composed
of Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Mrs. Susan
Cook, Mrs. Flora Brown, Mrs. Rosalie
Condon, Mrs. Flora Kilgore, Mrs.
Isabelle Wesson and Mrs. Alice Yonce.
The refreshments were served by a
serving committee composed of Mrs.
Annie Perry, Mrs. Mamie Spencer,
Mrs. Erin- Lucas, Misses Mabel Mef Mef-fert,
fert, Mef-fert, -Mary Bryce, Ruth Simmons,
Anna Belle Wesson, Helen Brown,
Carrie Barco and Eloise Bouvier.
The grand matron's official visit is
always looked forward to by all mem members
bers members of the order and Ocala enjoyed
having the very first of Mrs. Schultz's
official visits and she won the hearts
of all by her sweet and gracious man manner.
ner. manner. Ocala on this date was specially
honored by not only having Mrs. Alicw
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TOE HOTTER THE DAY THE COOLER
THE DRINK THAT YOU SECURE
FROM OUR FOUNTAIN.
When you are warm and uncomfortable you
will be surprised at the relief you will experience
through one of the many cool, delicious, refresh refreshing
ing refreshing drinks we dispense.
Schultz, crand matron of the Grand
Chapter of Florida, but at the Knights
of Pythias the grand commander, Mr.
W. M. Gober was a guest of honor
and at the Woodmen of the .World the
head consul, Mr. C. K. Sage, who re resides
sides resides here, was present.
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.
MEETING OF WOODMEN CIRCLE
There will be a called meeting of
the Woodmen circle Tuesday, May 13,
at 8 p. m. sharp. There is important
business to be transacted. All mem members
bers members are urged to be present.
Ryalla B. Adams, Clerk.
Mamie Whitley, Guardian.
. Honest now, what
C would you do without
1? your eyes? THINK.
Prevention is best.
For the eye see
, Dr. K. J. Weihe,
With Weihe Co., Jewelers. Ocala, Fla.
F. W. DITTO
tocal Agent for the
PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO.
About the new Life Policies now
being written by this grand old
F. W.DITTO, OCA LA.FLfi.
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The National Orange Drink
A PURE, sparkling fruit beverage
with a flavor richly rare and
tempting. Orange-Crush contains
the full flavor of the natural orange
with an added champagne sparkle
produced by a special carbonating
process. Pure as the freshest fruit,
Orange-Crush is a far finer thirst-
5 cents the bottle.
quencher and much more delicious.
We suggest that you order a case of
Orange-Crush today for the home.
Obtainable wherever soft drinks are
sold. The product of our modern
is the perfect family health-drink.
Less by the case.
OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1919
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National Surety Co.
And can furnish all kinds of
bonds. This Company is ap approved
proved approved by the County Clerk
and its bonds will be accepted
liiiiUiAuili.iiiiitiJiiititi.ik JiuiiU ..diuUUUiM.ti.1- .1
KILLED BY ELECTRIC CURRENT
m ing his Ocala friends.
A man by the name of Fred Roux
G. Glass of Orlando is visit-' was killed at the crusher of the Crys-
Ital River Rock Company today. The
particulars have not been received,
but it is understood that he took hold
of a live wire and was shocked to
death. It was erroneously reported
that he was killed at Camp's dam, but
the place of the accident is fifteen
miles from the dam.
Miss Juanita Birt of Melrose is the
guest of her cousin, Miss Dorothy
Miss Ola Sims went to Macclenny
yesterday for a short stay with Mrs.
We the undersigned Drug Druggists
gists Druggists hereby agree to close
our Stores on Thursday Aft Afternoons
ernoons Afternoons beginning May 15th,
until September 11 th. Clos Closing
ing Closing at 1 p. m. and opening at
6 p. m.
TYDINGS & COMPANY.
J. J. GERIG.
G. C. GREEN.
BITTING & COMPANY.
School day memory books at THE
BOOK SHOP. 3t
The Wednesday auction club will
hold its regular weekly meeting at
the home of Mrs. Clifford Ayer to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon.
K. OF P. CONVENTION
R. W. Whiting, formerly with the
Postal Company here, and a cracker cracker-jack
jack cracker-jack operator, has been appointed
manager of the Gainesville office.
Peptone, the Great Tonic tf
Thursday of next week, Theda
Bara will appear at the Temple in
"Salome." Keep this date in mind, for
it is going to be a great picture.
On a recent trip to the Withla Withla-coochee,
coochee, Withla-coochee, Dr. W. K. Lane slew a
seven-foot alligator, which he is hav
ing stuffed and mounted for a trophy.
Mr. F. P. Farris, the enterprising
Ford agent for Tampa, was the guest
Sunday of Mr. Ed. Tucker, the live
representative of Henry the Great in
The Knights of Pythias of this dis
trict held their quarterly convention
in the Ocala Castle Hall Monday
night. Wm. M. Gober, chancellor
commander of the state, presided, and
about 300 delegates and members
were present. Many fine addresses
were made, and the proceedings last
ed until almost midnight. The K. of
P. in this district are very much alive
and steadily growing.
Gifth for graduates at THE BOOK
HUGH FISH DONATED
TO THE HOSPITAL
A party of our fishermen, who went
to the gulf the other day, and caught
among others a 35-pound red fish, do do-noted
noted do-noted it to the hospital. Its. delicious
meat was highly appreciated by the
patients and nurses, who will not be
in the least displeased with anybody
who follows the precedent so appe appe-tizingly
tizingly appe-tizingly set.
Pretty White Sport Oxford Slip
pers, ivory sole and heel. Phice, $5.
Little's Shoe Parlor. 13-6t
Mr. Lawton Sims, who since receiv receiving
ing receiving his discharge from the service
has been working at Norfolk, is home
en a two weeks' visit to his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sims of Anthony.
books at THE
Miss Margaret Jackson and her
Ed Bennett is going around towii
sticking Salvation Army reminders on
the mouthpieces of all the phones.
It's a good think to talk for.
The Star regrets to learn of the
death of Mrs. Doolittle, a winter resi resident,
dent, resident, at her home in Belleview last
night. Mclver & MacKay embalmed
the body, which will be sent to the de
ceased lady's northern home.
The remains of Mr. A. J. S. Mc-
Kinney of Weirsdale were embalmed
by Mclver & MacKay and sent to Mr.
McKinney's old home near Fort Val
Beginning May 15th THE BOOK
SHOP wil lobserve half holidays and
will close at one o'clock Thursday
for the balance of the day. Please
be governed accordingly. 3t
See the portable Sonora, a first-
friend, Miss Nettie Johnson of At-' class phonograph in handsome leatner
lanta, are expected to arrive in Ocala traveling case at uoldxnan s. y-4t
Saturday. Miss Johnson will be the
Says Watoga Lady, "As To What
Cardui Has Done For Me. So
As To Help OtW"
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR SALE. FOR
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
BENT AND SIM-
RATES: Six line maximum, one me 25c; three times 60c; six
times 75c; o&e month S3. Payable in advance.
WANTED Your repair work on
guns, locks, lawn mowers, etc., at
201 S. Main St. Also buy and sell sec second
ond second hand furniture at 307 S. Main St.
J. W. Hunter, the Locksmith. 13-tf
Watoga, W. Va. Mrs. S. W. Glad well,
of this town, says: "When about 15 years
of 2ge, I suffered greatly . Sometimes
would go a month or two, and I had
terrible headache, backache, and bearing bearing-down
down bearing-down pains, and vould just drag and
had no appetite, rhen ... it would last
. . two weeks, and was so weakening,
and my health was awfuL
My mother bought me a bottle of
Cardui, and I began to improve after
taking the first bottle, so kept It up till I
took three ... I gained, and was well
and strong, and I owe it all to Cardui.
I am married now and have 3 children
. . Have never had to have a doctor for
female trouble, and just resort to Cardui
if I need a tonic. I am glad to testify to
what it has done for me, so as to help
If you are nervous or weak, have head headaches,
aches, headaches, backaches, or any of the other
ailments so common to women, why not
give Cardui a trial? Recommended by
many physicians. In use over 40 years.
Begin taking Cardui today. It may
be the very medicine you need.
FOR- RENT Four well furnished
sleeping rooms; thoroughly screened;
bath and other conveniences. Apply
to Mrs. A. M. Kichline, at Oklawaha
Inn, 239 Oklawaha Ave. 8-6t
HELP WANTED Good plow hand. FOUND A place where all kinds of
Good board. Half day Saturday and second hand household furniture
Sunday off. Address J. W. and E. J. can be turned into cash. Apply to L.
Ethridge, Weirsdale, Fla. 12-3t Hurst, at B. Goldman's, Ocala. 24-lm
WHITE TOURING CAR In perfect FOR SALE Pair of good mules,
condition in every respect. Never Will sell cheap for cash. S. S. Sav-
used a great deal. A real bargain. Ap- age Jr., Ocala, Fla. 3-10t
ply at the Maxwell-Chalmers Agency,
city. 8-t FOR SALE 14 acres land, large
; house, barn, good well with pump;
WANTED Your stove, range and 2 miles out on Silver Springs road,
refrigerator repair work. We also A real bargain and with good terms,
buy and sell second hand stoves. Acme See S. S. Savage Jr., Ocala, Fla. 3-10t
Stove Hospital. 326 North Maagnolia "
Street. WANTED All kinds of second hand
Furniture, Stoves, Organs and
FOR RENT Five room cottage near other household necessities. Get my
primary and high schools; good prices. L. Hurst, at B. Goldman's,
neighborhood; all modern conven- Ocala, Fla. 24-lm
iences, including bath room, garage, 77
also garden space. Apply to C M. WANTED All owners of cither
Livingston, Ocala, Fla. 17-tf Maxwell or Ford cars to know that all
- necessary repair work can be droe at
FOR' SALE We have on hand a reasonable prices at the Maxwell Re-worm-driven
Ford truck which we will pair Shop. We have with us Mr.
sell at a bargain. Auto Sales Co., Drummond, an expert mechanic on
North Main St., phone 248. tf above named cars. Prompt and effic-
; ient service. 12-6t
AUTO REPAIR SERVICE For
quick and reliable automobile service WOOD An honest load of wood can
come to the Florida House Garage. J. be had by phoning Smoak's Wood
C. Lanier and H. C. Williams. 8-lm Yard, phone 146. tf
RAGS WANTED--At the Star office. FOR EXCHANGE--A small amount
Clean bed or table linen. Bring of YOUR money for good value in
what you have to the office, or phone auto truck service. Long distance
51 25-tf hauling, also estimates given for mov-
ing vegetables to shipping points. Call
Peptona. tf on or write L. E. YONCE, Ocala, Fla.
guest of Mrs.
Salt Ocean Whiting
per lb. 10c
This fish is packed in brine the
same as mackerel is packed. The meat
is white and the fish weigh from
eight to sixteen ounces.
North Carolina Round Herring
per lb. 10c
This fish is packed in brine some something
thing something on the order of thee brine in
which Holland herring comes. The
fish is fat and juicy and makes an
Mr. Austin Kelley is on a fifteen
day furlough, visiting at his home at
Conner. This will he his last fur
lough for two years, as he has trans
ferred to the Asiatic fleet and will go
on a two-years' cruise.
TWO CAE LOADS
!F HAIR IS THINS
GRAY, USE SAGE TEH
Here's Grandmother's Recipe to
Darken and Beautify
That beautiful, even shade of dark,
glossy hair can only be had fcy brewing
a mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur.
Your hair is your charm. It makes or
mars the face. When it fades, turna
gray or streaked, just an application or
two of Sage and Sulphur enhances its
appearance a hundredfold.
ion't bother to prepare the mixture;
you can get this famous old recipe im improved
proved improved by the addition of other ingredi ingredients
ents ingredients for 50 cents a large bottle, all ready
for use. It is called Wyeth'a Sage and
Sulphur Compound. This can always be
depended upon to bring back the natural
color and lustre of your hair.
Everybody uses "Wyeth's" Sage and
Sulphur Compound now because it dark darkens
ens darkens so naturally and evenly that nobody
can tell it has been applied. You simply
dampen a sponge or spft brush with it
and draw this through the hair, taking
one small strand at a time; by morning
the gray hair has disappeared, and after
another application it becomes beauti beautifully
fully beautifully dark and appears glossy and lus lustrous.
trous. lustrous. This ready-to-use preparation is
a delightful toilet requiste for those who
desire dark hair and a youthful appear appearance.
ance. appearance. It is not intended for the cure,
mitigation or prevention of disease..
EJFiDEMTAHERS and EMBAL11ERS
PHONES 47. 104. ICS
Careful Estimates made on all Con Con-tract
tract Con-tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for .the Honey than any other
ccatra4or In the city.
books at THE
Rev. John R. Herndon left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon on the limited for New Orleans
to attend the meeting of the general
assembly of the Presbyterian church
in the United States, which convenes
in the Napoleon avenue Presbyterian
church. He will be a member of the
assembly and will also assist in re
porting the proceedings for the Chris
tian Observer of Louisville, Ky.
, Mr. G. W. Chace, of the Phoslime
Company, who spent the winter in
Ocala, but who has recently returned
to Boston, sends the following note
to the Star: "Arrived home last Sat
urday. Cold here but pleasant.
Thought would keep you informed
that I am thinking of you and the
many in Ocala who have been so kind
to me, while a 'stranger in a strange
Large supply of Velvet Beans and
Chufas now on hand. The Ocala
Seed. Store. y 7-11-19
Ask the man who has tried our auto
repair department about our service.
He'll tell you "the reason" it pays to
buy the time of experienced men.
Ocala Iron Works Garage. Phone 4. 6t
Mr. ana Mrs. leo .Barrier are in
Ocala visiting the tetter's parents,
JVIr. and Mrs. James Carlisle. This
is the first time Mrs. Barrier has-been
home since her marriage and her
friends are delighted to see her. They
have been living since their marriage
in Brewster, where Mr. Barrier is an
electrical engineer. Since the mines
are closed down on account of the
strike, Mr. and Mrs., Barrier are tak
ing this opportunity of visiting here.
Many suitable gifts at THE BOOK
f P- W H KM H H 2 rt'MlMl'Mlll J
Will AFiive to a Few Bays
IPsnrly Mi aii Yi Wil law
ttdD liH I YdDI to ie
ii USB il W
Mrs. G. S. Scott, Mrs. John Taylor
and Miss Mamie Taylor returned
heme yesterday. Miss Mamie Taylor
and Mrs. John Taylor, after leaving
Atlanta, where they attended grand
opera, spent a week in Newnan, Ga.,
with Miss Frances Arnold and then
joined Mrs. Scott in Birmingham,
Ala., where they visited Dr. and Mrs.
E. L. Scott and family. While in Bir Birmingham
mingham Birmingham they had the pelasure of
seeing part of the Rainbow Division
The silver tea given at the home of
Mrs. Jack Camp yesterday afternoon
by the Madies of. the Presbyterian
church proved quite a success. The
attractive home of Mrs. Camp was
decorated with larkspur and sweet
peas.. Those who helped the hostess
during the afternoon were Mrs. M. W.
Lloyd, Mrs. J. R. Herndon and Mrs.
H W. Henry. In the dining room
dainty refreshments consisting of
strawberry ice cream and cake were
served. During the afternoon quite
a number of ladies called and a neat
sum was received in the. silver offer offering.
ing. offering. A new shipment of Silk Hose has
arrived. Black, White, Brown. Lit Little's
tle's Little's Snoe Parlor. 5-10-6t
a 1 Ta.
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AWE PASSIEKieEIR' CM
WAR TAX AND FREIGHT
A GENERAL MOTOR PRODUCT-VALVE IN HEAD MOTOR. HIGHEST GRADE SPECIFICATIONS
THRUOUT. A SIX OF IDEALISIZE AND WEIGHT. SAVES MONEY ON GAS, OIL AND TIRES.
NOW IN STOCK FOR 1MMEPIATE BELIVEE
MAXWELL PASSENGER CAR
CHALMERS PASSENGER CAR
MAXWELL WORM GEAR TRUCKS
REPUBLIC INTERNAL DRIVE TRUCKS
R. R. CARROLL, Distributor
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