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OCALA, FLORIDA. Tl KSIJAY, SEPTEMBER 311. 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 233
CINCINNATI IS DIRECT FROM
BRITISH STRIKE LAVA IS FLOWING
IS BREAKING1 FROM MAUNA LOA
E THE WETS
ON THE HIP
" TO BEGIN
Arririan- Ha.e (Mat Ilt-anon to b
l)iipl-a' d with Both KuMiian
i;.o .'. Friday. Hrnt. 11. Uiy
the A.o' i;;U 'i l'n-k6,) Major Gener Gener-al
al Gener-al fii.-iv-'. (uuiitimAt of the Arneri-
an f'ji in Siberia, has demanded
an apology f?orn J.'ferai Kozanoff,
'mnt:ai'!ii. iiuian troop in the
J'iariur j -j n' .-, for the arreht of
Captain L. J', -Jon :;, of the Twenty Twenty-.ever:th
.ever:th Twenty-.ever:th Jfif;tf:U y, and Corpora) Ben Ben-jamifU'
jamifU' Ben-jamifU' HhMiiMt', and the flogging of
latt' o s'.a'kn. An investigation
of thf '-ond'irt of a Japanese officer
' i.hc aif tf took place ha alfco
;vun oy ihe Japanese command,
it i.-, ;on;iJered one of the
fvi-. Mfiri- the Allien landed in
A( II.O ON INSTRUCTIONS
Washington, Sept. -'iO. -Major (Jen (Jen-ial
ial (Jen-ial CJiaven i. understood to have act acted
ed acted upon oflif-tal in;.ti Uftionn from the
v.ar depart rti-nt in demanding an
upolojy and investigation of Japan Japan-v.'
v.' Japan-v.' inter U-fi tu e between American
and (.;a'k foi ;. Major General
(iiavi-: h'i. H poiUd the incident and
aimy oHi'jals -aid today the situation
wan the iiio.t Keriou.s Kince the Amer American
ican American force went into Siberia.
It A K FIC'S STATF.M FNT
.SccK'taiy Itaker haid today that
Major (icm-fal (Iiuvch han informed
the li -1 ;i i Intent, that the officer and
enli'-iicd man held by C'oixack were
released upon his demand and the
matter ban b "i referred to the Ktate
depa.tmiMtt for "Hiib:-ejnnt action."
The department. Mr. linker naid, had
not hard of the imported interference
by a JapaiH ollicer with the Aemri Aemri-cai.
cai. Aemri-cai. tioons -j to effect the release of
I he iieit.
AMFKIC A N A VIATORS
WILL BE ITKEIr ON
' y o. 1 i (1 TeH" )
Fl Pano, Sent. 30. American avia aviators
tors aviators llyiiiy; into Mexico will be fired
upon by Meslcan troops, according to
a nicHHU3;e received yesterday from
Mexico Cilv by KINn ional, a Mexi Mexican
can Mexican newspaper here, which stated that
Ignaeio Bonillas, Mexican ambassador
at VVa.shin;rton had been instructed to
convey this information to the state
RUINED BY RADICALS
Am tic hi ted Press)
Washington, Sept. 30. Because of
"radical action and leadership," or organized
ganized organized labor is losing public confi confidence,
dence, confidence, Secretary Redfield said yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. "The radical action shown in the
Boston police strike and the radical
leadership appearing in the steel
Htrike," said Mr. Redfield, "seem to
me to threaten the loss of public con
tiitence in the constructive and con
servative nature of organized labor
and to cause the labor movement a
serious injury. As a friend of organ organized
ized organized labor, 1 deeply regret what I fear
will be injury to its progress through
Before our entrance into the war,
the national debt was $10 per capita.
Our present war debt b $25,500,000, $25,500,000,-000.
000. $25,500,000,-000. of which $ 10.000,000,000 is in the
nature of loans to European countries
with interest ami will be eventually
paid. But until such time the national
debt per capita is $230 for each man,'
woman and child in the country. The
net war debt of France is $50,000, $50,000,-000,000.
000,000. $50,000,-000,000. The war debt per capita is
$1400. The war debt flf Germany is
$59,000,000,000, equivalent to $90irper
capital-Traffic Bureau Commerce
Club, St. Joseph, Mo.
All Maxwell Car Owners to
Know ol Our Efficiency in Gen
eral Repair Work on this Make
Generator, Starter and
Troubles Remedied on
Maxwell Repair Shop
(Aisk for Mr. Yonce
Corner Fort King and Osceola
Street are Swarming with lianeball
Fan and Ticket Office are
Cincinnati, Sept. ''). The
crowded today with baseball
iastH for the oneninar of the
Series tomorrow. The prospects to today
day today are that Moran would pitch either
Ituether or Saliee in the openeningj
game, while it is certain Cicotte will
pitch for Chicago. The Chicago club
arrived this morning and will take a
light workout this afternoon. The
J'eda will aiho practice this afternoon.
ATTACKING TICKET OFFICES
TWO IJAVS AHEAD
After waiting in line nearly all
night, a crowd of more than 1000
persons stormed the ticket windows at
Red land f ield, the home of the Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati Nationals, yesterday, to pur purchase
chase purchase unreserved pavilion and bleach bleacher
er bleacher seats for the world's series games.
Seven thousand pavilion seats were
placed on sale at $2.20 each and 3000
bleacher seats were sold at $1.10. At
the same time standing room for 1000
persons was sold at $1 a ticket.
There were several hundred women
in line. Worn and weary by their
vifil they tried to get a bit of com
fort out of boxes, benches and planks
on which they lounged or leaned. One
school teacher, after waiting nearly
nil niirht was obliged to trive uu her
place in line and went sorrowfully to
hr classroom when she was unable
arranire for a messenger to stand
line for her.
LET THEM COME
Associated I 'reft j
Miami. Sent. 30 The United States
luihlic health service ia determined to
establish a leper colony in Florida re-
gaidless of the protest of the people,
as indicated by a statement to Con
tnessman Herbert J. Drane by Sur-
l.ton General Blue yesterday. "We
have not abandoned the plan," the
surgeon general is quoted in a dis
natch liom Washington last night as
having told Congressman Drane.
J. J. BECK
Mr. .!. J. Beck passed away yester
day afternoon at his home in Evin
. .i : r on
muii, at ."'V'-
me i uncial win uc nuiu un anci anci-noon,
noon, anci-noon, interment to be in the Orange
Surviving Mr. Beck are one brother,
Mr. J. L. Beck, who resides just north
of Ocala, a wife, two sons and three
Mr. Beck spent nearly all his life in
Marion county and served in the Con
federate army four years.
BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS
This bureau has been intrusted by
the State Board of Health with the
custody of the legal records of births
and deaths of the people of Honda. It
is our uuty to see mat a uirin cerini
n j jf. .. u
cate is filed for every baby that is
born within the state thus establish
ing a permanent record of its birth.
The legal value of birth and death re
cords have been more noticeable dur
ing the past year on account ot cir
cumstances connected with the world
On receipt of a birth certificate, the
new mother is supplied witb a pam
phlet "Care of the Baby." In this way,
more than 18,000 new mothers will
receive, during the year, important
information at a time when it is most
Each physician is required to report
all births that he attends within ten
days, and the physician last in at
tendance is required to fill in the med
ical certificate of death when the
death certificate is presented to hin
by the- undertaker.
The sanitary use of these records
is not to be overlooked. Tabulations
have been prepared showing the loca
tarn of deaths trom ditterent causes,
and, in this way, the health officers
and sanitary engineers are directed to
the very spot where their services are
Th morbidity division of this bu bureau
reau bureau has been growing every week.
It is through this division that an in
dex of health conditions of the peo
ple is furnished. A study of the in
formation received, makes it possible
fr-anyone to know the health condi
ttons of Florida as compared to any
other state, or of one community with
Physicians are required to report
communicable diseases to the state
board within six hours after making
a diagnosis or suspecting the disease
to be one required to be reported. It
i? absolutely necessary that the State
ih'.uu tit-ciivii ii ii wvyiu,
the information as to where and when
communicaote uiseases are occurring,
so that the public health of Florida
may be carried on in an intelligent
FOR SALE A miscellaneous lot of
furniture and household goods. May
be seen at residence of Mrs. Smith
MeAteer South Third street, next to
primary school. S0-ot
A full line of Ingersoll watches just
is at TJerig's Drug Store. 2S-tf
Star Will Iiiplay Bulletin Eery
Afternoon During the World's
Owing to both Cincinnati and Chi Chicago
cago Chicago being in the centra! time belt,
an hour behind our time, the Star may
not te anle to wait for full returns
of the world's series games, but re result
sult result of the innings and final result
will be bulletined in the window of
or business office as fast as they
come m. Our country friends can ob obtain
tain obtain the news after p. m. by phoning-
LEGION WILL MEET
Marion County Pot No. 1 Will Have
Important Sewsion Steps Will be
Taken to Increase Membership
Marion County Post No. 1, of the
American Legion, meets in regular
ession Thursday night, Oct. 2, at 8
o clock, ine meeting win ue an lm-
j ortant one. It will be especially im important
portant important in view of the fact that steps
must be taken to increase the mem-
Lership in this county. There are now
something like a million members in
the legion in the country. Every man
who was in service should be a mem
The American Legion was first br-
ganized in Paris, March 15, 1919, by a
thousand officers and men, delegates
from all the units of the American
Expeditionary Forces to an organiza
tion meeting, which adopted a ten-
tiAive constitution and selected the
tame "American Legion." The action
of the Paris meeting was confirmed
i nd endorsed by a similar meeting
held in St. Loui.-;, May 1910, when the j
iegion was formally recognized by the
troops 'who served in the United
a constitution in con-
lormity with the Paris constitution
was adopted. The Paris meeting ap appointed
pointed appointed an executive committee of
seventeen officers and men to repre represent
sent represent the troops in Fiance in the con conduct
duct conduct of the legion. The St. Louis
meeting appointed a similar commit
tee of seventeen. These two executive
committees have amalgamated and
;re now the operating body of the
legion. The American Logion is the
organization of American veterans of
the world war. It is non-partisan and
non-political. It is a civilian organi
zation, not military or militaristic.
Nearly. all of its members are
who were civilians before the war, and
;rc now again civilians. It makes no
distinctions of rank and no distinc distinctions
tions distinctions between overseas men and men
v ho did not get overseas. Any sol soldier,
dier, soldier, sailor or marine who served
honorably between April 6, 1917 and
November 11, 1918, is eligible to mem
bership; also any women who were
lcgularly enlisted or commissioned in
the army, navy or marine corps.
ranillsr SZotit !IH Mrs Hpnrv
Sylvester as returned from Oala,
vhere shc has been ft tient the
Mr. and Mrs. Doc Hall have moved
to dainesville, where Mr. Hall has
Mrs. Dinkins of Coleman was the
recent guest ot her nephew ana niece,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sylvester.
Dr. Treadwell, presiding elder, de
livered a very forceful sermon Sunday
morning in the Methodist church. The
impressiveness of the service was
added to by the rendition of two solos
by the pastor, Rev. Lawhon.
Albert Marshall was a week end
visitor to Oklawaha relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Lockhart of Jackson
ville are the guests, this week, of
Mrs. George Yancey.
Mrs. C. Kline went to Jacksonville
yesterday, in response to a telegram
saying that her son, Mr. Lew Kline,
had been seriously hurt, the result of
Those in our public school who made
a general average of 90 per cent and
above, in the past month, are Albert
Marshall, Milton Tillis. Mary Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Yancey. Isabel Maloney and Vir
MOSQUITO IS A
Little Insect Takes Huge Toll from
Scientists say that mosquitoes car-
lrying the deadly malaria and other
I disease srerms arj responsible for'
more deaths than nil of the wars since
Itne beginning of cime.
J Their bite is often as deadly as a
By every method known to man-
kind both national and local balth
services are trying to exterminate
them, but this will never be. We must
i rmii I ourjeic5 iiuuiM un ixju (
I proper screening r.nd by a daily spray ;
of TORMENT th,- house can be kept,
free of all mosquitoes. TORMENT is
a gaseous vapor in which no danger dangerous
ous dangerous insect can live, tl is death to in
sects but harmless to human beings.
druggists, general stores
and dealers everywhere. The price is
cents per bottle Do not pay more.
Manufactured by G. B. Williams Com Com-j.any.
j.any. Com-j.any. Quitman, Ga. exclusively. Ad. 1
j Baseball returns at the Court
I r creased Number of Train Running i
and Volunteers Coming Forward
to Meet the Emergency
London. Sept. 30. The congestion
in railroad traffic caused by the strike
wa; f-Yr.ected to be relieved todav bv :
running an increased number
trains. Volunteer workmen are re-; man v nc-rnes. Ir.e residents are re reported
ported reported coming forward to run trains i ported rieemg to tne .-ea, which is
and the government has invited citi- thirty rr.iks distant.
ztns to act i
special constables in
Attempts to derail
trains occurred yesterday for the first
time since the strike began.
WALKING FINE EXERCISE
London, Sept. 30. It is anticipated ;
in government circles that the service 1
of street cars and omnibuses will
cease today. ;
BLOCKADING THE BOLSHEVIKI
Keeping Russia Shut Off from Ger Germany
many Germany Considered by the
i Ansociarfd Pros--;
riIc t rv t- Ofl fr n ciliiiM firm iru c (
ghen by the supr eme council yester-!
day to the necessity not only of main
taining but strengthening the block blockade
ade blockade of bolshevik Russia, according to
the Journal. It is said the council
considered the difficulties which might
possibly result if Germany should re renew
new renew relations with Russia when the
treaty of peace becomes effective.
AT THE REUNION
Comrades: 1 hereby announce the
lollowing as divisional sponsorial staff
U represent the state of Florida at i
the Atlanta reunion, Oct. 7th to 10th
Matrons of honor:
Mrs. E. L. Car-
rey, Ocala; Mrs. Lee Ferryman Davis,!
Sponsor: Mrs. Dan H. Sheppard,
Chaperone: Mrs. Ed Carmichael,
Maids of honor: Miss Mary L.
Branham, Orlando; Miss Irma Blake,
These ladies are worthy descend descend-er.ts
er.ts descend-er.ts of Confederate veterans, and i
commend them to your loving care
By order of: N. A. Blitch,
Maj. Gen. Commanding.
W. A. Kawls,
Adjt.-General and Chief of Staff.
i factured. We also have a goodly stock
Tuesday, Sept. 30: Constance Tal- of Lord Baltimore paper, the depend depend-raadge
raadge depend-raadge in "Betty's Burglar' and theibIc popular price variety. Gerig's
rrternational News. j DS Store 29-tf
Wednesday: Tom Mix in "The Wil- i
NIGHT AND DAY
. Tuberculosis kills KO.i'-. persons
u-,n,Mt. Hsraned Thev
-yCty'rX?-' J ''it
'. -I fj. - 1
conducted by the St. Louis Society for the Relief and Prevention of Tuber Tuberculosis.
culosis. Tuberculosis. They are among the fortunate ones because they knew how to taxe
care of themselves when this great menace threatened them. They knew
that the cure lies In plenty of fresh air. even if the temperature Is away below
freering. sunlight good to! and rest under proper medical supervision.
Tuberculosis is not only curable but is preventable as well.
The prevent lies largely in right living, in building up a strong bodUy
Eiirht out of ten persons
fviir s or rr? Muouai
agencv in ti t- L t. -.1 st.e m tr.t- cgia th.
iTawr for :! r r.:.: Civ Christmas Seal "le from which th.
funds to carry :!. rk throughout the year are chiedy derived.
Ililo's Great Volcano is Scattering
Death and Destruction from
Its Fierv Heart
nolu!u, Sert- 20. Mount Mauna
Loa burst nto a new eruption last
night ur. J a wide- treum of lava be-
'fan pourinir down its side, destroying
IiRAND WHITLOCK WILL
RETURN TO BELGIUM
Will Resume the Place He Efficiently
Filled During First Years
of the War
ington, Sept. 30 Brand WTnt-
i lock, minister to Belgium, was nomi nomi-I
I nomi-I nated u-day to be ambassador to that
BUREAU OF CHILD WELFARE
The function of the bureau of child
I welfare of the State Board of Health,
is to reduce the number of still-
births, maternal and infant mortality,
increase the facilities for better care
during childbirth; regulate and super supervise
vise supervise midwifery; urge birth registra registration,
tion, registration, the compulsory use of silver
salts in the eyes of the new born, the
immediate reporting of cases of opth opth-almia
almia opth-almia neonatorum; work to increase
the number of public health nurses
for supervision of the lyin-in period,
for infant welfare stations, pre-school
age, children's conference stations
and house to house visiting and dem demonstration;
onstration; demonstration; to promote physical in inspection
spection inspection of all school children with an
adequate system for "follow-up" work
and remedial care for the indigent;
teaching of personal hygiene and
health habits to school children sys-
tematically; urge adequate school
buildings and accommodations with
proper facilities for feeding children,
especially in rural districts; co-ope
rate with all agencies dealing with
and housing children, with boards of
public instruction, boards of county
commissioners, nurses, physicians,
dentists, oiganizations of laymen and
women, outlining and helping to put
into operation child hygiene work for
any section asking such assistance.
Briedy: The object is saving un unnecessary
necessary unnecessary waste of maternal and in infant
fant infant life and promoting conservation
of n healthy child life.
Symphony Lawn Paper by the
I pound. The highest class paper manu-
Small want ads. will sell big things.
, ) s S
in the United States every J'-
are shown In the Night and Day Camp
are mietieu ti avue - ,
Washington, Sept. 30. Although
the war department declared in a
statement today that the "accidents
of war and the process of demobiliza demobilization
tion demobilization are at an end," war-time prohi prohibition
bition prohibition cannot be lifted until after
raitfication of the peace treaty, in the
opinion of the attorney geenral.
IS MUCH IMPROVED
a Good Night's Rest and Feels
Better this Morning
Washington, Sept. 30. President
Wilson arose early this morning and
appeared refreshed by a night of rest,
Secretary Tumulty announced.
LYNCHING IN ALABAMA
Monutgomery Sept. 30. Governor
Kilby this morning called a confer conference
ence conference of officials to determine what
action is to be taken in regard to the
lynching near -here yesterday of two
negroes and the lynching in a negro
hospital here shortly after midnight
of a third negro. The negroes lynch lynched
ed lynched yesterday were charged with at attacking
tacking attacking a white woman. The negro
shot to death in the hospital killed a
policeman just before midnight.
The board of county commissioners
met with Commissioners O. H. Rog Rogers,
ers, Rogers, W. D. Carn, J. T. Hutchins and
J. A. Talton present.
It being reported to the board that
mark and brand inspector for district
No. 1 has been reporting marks and
brands of beef, etc., slaughtered and
sold. upon representation of parties
owning same without actually seeing
them, the board ordered that Mr. D.
C. Raw Is, mark and brand inspector
for district No. 1, be instructed to in
spect marks and brands as provided
Commissioner J. WT. Davis met with
The county -attorney being present,
the various laws effecting Marion
county were discussed.
It was ordered that the board ad-
vertise'to receive bids Nov. 4th, 1919,
for overseers to work the public roads
and bridges of Marion county in ac accordance
cordance accordance with Chapter 8111, Laws of
The board ordered that road war
rant No. 10314, favor Lee Hogan, be
The board ordered that bill of
Maxie E. Wilson for driving truck
during month of August, 1519, in the
amount of $75, be paid.
Ine lollowing warrants were order
ed drawn to cover bills duly examined,
passed and ordered paid: General
fund No. 8644 to No. 8714, $G49; fine
and forfeiture fund. No. 6609, $25;
road fund. No. 10987 to No. 10993,
$164.50; agricultural fund, No. 714 to
No. 715, $138.33.
The board thereupon adjourned.
O. H. Rogers, Chairman.
Attest: P. H. Nugent. Clerk.
By T. D. Lancaster Jr., Deputy.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P O. E.
Orlm fo- No. 2Sfi. Rmpvnlpnt
and Protective Order of Elks, met
ftk- mA n-v, t.,.ott
nings In each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome, lxxige rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and The Boo'
Shop, 113 Main street.
J. H. Spencer. E. R.
E. J. Creek, Secretary.
Advertise in the Star for results.
GI USED SAGE
TEA 10 DARKEN HAIR
She mixed Sulphur with it to
Best ore Color, Gloss,
Common garden brewed Into a
icarr tra with sulphur added, will turn
-7v! streaked and faded hair beautifully
h;rk and luxuriant. Just a few appllca-
lions will prove a revelation if Jtrar hair
13 iapmjr, tireaitea or gry. fixing a
s,ge Tta and Sulphur recipe at home,
though, is troublesome. An eaaier war is
to g,t a f-Ont bottle of Wyeth'. Sage
and Sulfur Compound at any drug stora
all rt-adv for ute. Thia is the old time
recipe improted by the additioa of other
M. ,? prm; iuu .r noi
unful. we all desire to retain our youth-
fid appearance and attractiTenesi. By
,,.iJ; v.;. -;tk vv.. c
and SulpW Compound, no one can telL
becaue it does it so naturally, so evenly.
You just dacpen a sponge or soft bruah
Trua 11 ju craw mrouga your xiair,
taking one .mall itraad at a time; by
mommg al! grav har i lxare disappeared,
and, after another application or two,
your hair becomes beautifully dark,
tIoT, toft and luxuriant,
f This preparation ia a delightful toilet
requisite and U not intended for the cure,
mitigation or prcvt&tioa ol diaeaae.
Opposition to the Peace Treaty
Keep the United States
Allies Will Put the Squeeze on Ger Germans
mans Germans Unless They Clear Out
of Baltic Region
Paris, Sept. SO. The blockade of
Germany threatened by the Allies in
case German troops were not removed
from the Baltis will begin today, ac according
cording according to the Antransigeant. No food
ships will be permitted to start to
Germany until further orders.
STEEL STRIKE AT STANDSTILL
Both Sides Make Claims but No Dif Difference
ference Difference Can be Noted
Pittsburg, Sept. 30.The steel
strike situation was apparently little
changed today. The employers claim
that more men have erturned to worlc.
while strike leaders make the counter
claim that the number of strikers has
Editor Star: "Does the wild ass
biay when he has long grass, loweth
the ox over his fodder?" They do not.
But people frequently complain with without
out without cause; and still more frequently,
when distress is upon them, they mis mistake
take mistake the real underlying cause of it.
If that distress grows out of social
conditions and spreads sufficiently thev
sufferers not unnaturally turn against
the class that appears to be prosper prosperous
ous prosperous and easily fancies that such pros prosperity
perity prosperity is built upon its ruin, rather
than due to superior intelligence or
gi eater industry.
Then it is that class legislation,
against this class, or in favor of that
class, becomes the order of the day;
most of which can only be embarked
upon at an economic loss to every everybody,
body, everybody, for that is-the sure effect of all
class legislation, properly so-called,
whether it be designed to repress one
class or to aid another class, the loss
will occur and be borne by all classes.
- This is not to condemn all class
legislation, the cost of which may be
compensated for n social uplift, but
the cost is- there, and not always is
sccial uplift thus attained. Indeed, it
may be fairly said that laws for the
social uplift are not class legislation.
High prices may be an evil, but
when- induced by inflation and highly
speculative conditions they" surely
presage worse evils yet to come, if
not speedily checked. The days of
reaction even if delayed for one, two
oi three years, are what we .should
prepare for and against. There is no
class now that is in real distress or
need. Complaints there are, but no
new laws are needed to correct these.
Amend, if needs be, and enforce those
Do not be too confident of the abil ability
ity ability of the American people to strug struggle
gle struggle through the great social crisis
v.hich is certainly not very far ahead
vi hen reaction will set in.
The less we prepare for it the
quicker it will come and the more
violent and destructive it will be. We
may profit for a long time yet by the
wrack and welter of Europe. The
time to prepare for reaction is before
it sets in, as once hard times and ex
cessively low prices set in and become
general all the powers of government
and the intellect of statesmen are of
It is just as reasonable to predict
that Europe may hasten, as that she
may delay, the day when prices begin
10 tumble, the laboring class begins
to fer. credit becomes unobtainable
I nara times sei in.
WTien it is recalled that in 1890 th
failure of the Argentine Republic to
pay at maturity its bonds broke the
great English banking house of Bar
ing Brothers and caused a great panic
that spread all over the world, we are
made aware of some things Europe
may have in store for us. The Argen Argentine
tine Argentine debt in question was then a very
trifling fraction of the smallest sum
owed us now by any European nation.
Argentine, too. was then known to be
immensely rich in resources and re
pudiation of the debt was never hint hinted.
ed. hinted. Yet so small a
that shook public confidence which is
the basis of credit and every state in
our far away nation saw only hard
times for nearly seven years thereaf thereafter.
ter. thereafter. The situation before us is not now
" ,1: 1Z?U1 come
"V"1 a "fVu" urutl Wlin Pnty. in
1S condition, we may safely rely on
the good sense of the masses of our
people to rally in opposition to the
extreme demands of any class
But huse of m
lonfs ou Cltizena thrown
cut of employment and when their
s'uinaccs "iay oe empty, we look to
j cur national, state, county and city
governments to help prevent the com.
wg jai tnat day by the strictest econo-
mv :n nii nnKi;-. -frQ;
J it!, affa,rs- No one dol-
Iar should they pay out excent nnH.r
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j furthermore, there are no idle hrAm
r.ow uiai tfiat dollar can put to Worlr
is all employed n hasba
the pablic vt r
tjollarsytiU a time they will buy more
ul yuuiuz ana go labor a real
Denver, September 13th.
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Do your Christmas shopping early.
Marion county has huge crops this
year of corn, pinders and hay.
Women who get into public office
are a good deal like women in their
homes. Thev exnect to spend the
money which the men provide.
Comnulsorv arbitration may not
suit capital and it may not suit labor
but it will suit the public. Let's msis
that our representatives in Congress
enact it into law.
erty worth a million and a half dol-
ars was destroyed and with it records
that can't be replaced, the loss of
which will cause trouble not only in
Nebraska but all over the country.
The northern Pharisees may continue!
to upbraid, but nothing like the
Omaha incident has happened in the
Senator Miles Pointdexter of Wash Washington
ington Washington has called President Wilson
the "World's Greatest Menace." Point Pointdexter
dexter Pointdexter probably is infected with a
mild variety of hydrophobia.
In trying to defend himself from
the charges of nepotism by claiming
that his cabinet officers put their rela relatives
tives relatives in public positions, Gov. Catts
again proves that the buck is passed
down, not up.
Cincinnati people have never seen
a real ball game unless they went
away from home, so they can't help
being excited over the contest which
will begin tomorrow. They are sitting
up all night to get in line to buy
tickets for the first game.
The Star thinks it would be a
mighty fine thing for the Woman's
Club, the Rotary Club, the Motor
Club and the Board of Trade to get
together and prepare for a big cele celebration
bration celebration for the Marion county soldiers,
all but a few of whom have returned
We understand that school teachers
partly and school boards generally
are down on the Star for the icono
clastic way in which it uses the ham
mer on their totems. Yet, every few few-days
days few-days we manage to prize one or an
other of them loose from an admission
of some idea we have advanced. A
year ago, when the scarcity of teach teacher?
er? teacher? was beginning to be felt, we sug suggested
gested suggested that there were plenty of peo
ple in the country who could teach and
who would be willing to teach at the
salaries the board could afford to pay
without adding to the taxes of the
people, and were informed that it
couldn't be done because of the law.
When the legislature met last April
the law could have been changed if
there had been anybody in it willing
to look after school affairs from the
people's standpoint. Now. a school
official confesses to us that there are
plenty of men and women in the coun county
ty county who can teach, and whom he would
be glad to see teaching, because with without
out without them there are not enough teach teachers,
ers, teachers, but the law shuts them out. The
fact of the business is that the school
teachers of the state have induced the
legislature to adopt the "closed shop'
system. In a good many of our little
rural communities there are not
enough children to warrant providing
it with a licensed teacher, yet in each
of those communities there is gener generally
ally generally some man or woman who can in instruct
struct instruct the children in the lower
branches, and would gladly do so for
a small remuneration. There used to
be such schools all over the country,
and many of our most brainy men and
women began their education in them.
And in the towns Ocala for in instance;
stance; instance; there are a number of young
women, either high school graduates,
or who have reached some of the
higher grades, who are amply compe competent
tent competent to teach younger students all or
nearly all they have learned. But the
law shuts them out. The result is that
the licensed teachers are overworked,
and not able to give full attention to
the students; the people are overtaxed
and can't obtain for their children the
education they pay for. We think the
law should be amended, so that any
school board, when an emergency
arises, can employ people who in its
opinion are competent to teach. It is
our opinion that such a policy would
be good not only for the taxpayers
but for the teachers, because it would
give those of talent a better opportu
nity to work their way upward. We
are informed that teachers in FJorida
schools are now so much overtasked
attending to the present scholars that
they have no time for their own neces
sary studies. In every business or
profession where men or women work
for public pay, it is well to demand a
standard of efficiency and issue cer
tificates or license therefor, but the
closed shop, iron-clad system does not
work well in either public or private
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We note that the government has
added the kaiser's field kitchen to the
relics of the Smithsonian Institution.
Now if they will just add the kaiser
himself along with it, there might be
some interest. St. Petersburg Times.
We move that he be previously
turned, to a mummy.
There is one thing badly needed in
the office of the county superintendent
of public instruction, and that is an
adding machine. Superintendent Brin Brin-son
son Brin-son and his one assistant have an im immense
mense immense amount of work to do, and cer certainly
tainly certainly our big county can afford to
lighten the labor of two faithful ser servants
vants servants 'by one of the machines that is
found in the office of almost every
When southern men lynch a rapist,
they do it to avenge one crime and
warn against another, but when a
northern mob starts after a negro it
ii impelled principally by bloodlust
that inspires it to murder and mangle
everything that gets in its way. The
mayor of Omaha was a democrat and
trying to uphold the law, and the mob
called him "nigger lover" and tried to
kill him. And the police threw away
their guns and badges and ran. Prop-
SCE. BOSS. UL "foXX
JCSt KEEP SENIOR TV
The Leesburg Commercial wittily
says: "Up in Marion county last week
they held an auction of hogs and the
average price was $402 a head for
sows and gilts and $197 for boars,
a a 1 a m A -W
wun me lop price oi $izuu ior a
single sow. Long Jane. At such a
price they should change her name
and call her Long Green. Anyway,
after such a sale as this at Herlong's
farm near Micanopy, those who doubt
Florida's ability to produce good hogs
should go hide their heads."
DR. LINCOLN HULLEY
HULLEY IS HUSTLING
WANTED. LOST, FOUND. FOR i
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM- i
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line Biaxiraum, one
time, 25c.; three timee, 5Uc; six timet
75c; one month $3. Payable in advance.
FOR SALE Complete wood mill, in including
cluding including delivery truck. Everything
ready to run. Terms if desired. See
me at once. F. W. Ditto, Ocala. :0-tf
WANTED To rent a two-horse farm
near Ocala. W. T. Stephens. Ocala,
We think that the men of a com community,
munity, community, either white or colored, ate
justifiable in lynching a rapist, who
of all criminals is the worst, provided
they can get the right man before he
is in the hands of the law, but the
people of Omaha, who burned their
courthouse, tried to murder their
mayor and injured scores of their
fellow citizens in trying to lynch one
negro, who would have been hung
anyhow, went to a length for which
there is no excuse.
To Cary Hardee, Van Swearingen,
John Watson, Charles B. Parkhill,
Doyle Carlton, Gen. A. II. Blanding,
Judge Wilson and others mentioned
foi governor next time:
A word of advice.
Don't take the schoolmaster can
didate, Dr. Lincoln Hulley of Stetson,
It may have been or, perchance,
may be, thought that a schoolmaster
won't make a good politician. To suoh
we point out the excellent example set
by a certain New Jersey schoolmaster
some years ago. And, to the gentle
men named above, watch out that Dr.
Lincoln Hulley, also a college presi
dent, doesn't repeat in Florida what
the other schoolmaster did in the na
There are several things to the doc
One of them is that "stern and
rockbound" map of his, copies of
which have blossomed out in many
store windows. Another is the fact
that while he is of Baptist belief him
self, his father and mother were good
Methodists. Another is a certain tinge
of Irish in his parentage or we are
mistaken in his looks and ways. And
He is doing his campaigning in a
"Make no mistake," said Dr. Hulley
to a Times man Saturday, "I am a
candidate for governor, and shall be
until the votes are counted, when I
fully expect to be nominated.
"Some gentlemen have thought that
because I wasn't active in the matter
this summer my candidacy was net
"They are greatly mistaken. I ex expect
pect expect to go before the people in a cam campaign
paign campaign that will cause these gentlemen
to see their mistake. My printed mat matter
ter matter is ready, my plans are made and
my candidacy is plenty serious
There is a summing ap of Dr. Hud Hud-ley
ley Hud-ley as a man, from the pen of an old
friend at DeLand, which he asked the
Times to print. It follows:
"John B. Stetson university has al always
ways always been justly proud of its distin distinguished
guished distinguished president, Dr. Lincoln Hulley.
lie is a man among men. An intel-lo-tual
genius. An executive capable
of meeting and solving the big prob problems
lems problems as well as taking cars of the
smallest details. Always fully con conversant
versant conversant with every situation. An en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic and hearty booster for eve
ry good movement. A strong leader
and co-owrker. A big, whole-hearted
sympathy for the unfortunate. With
nerves of steel, and indomitable voli
tion and strong body to carry ob eve every
ry every just and noble caute. His very
presence or influence gives prestige
to. any organization or great move movement.
ment. movement. The state of Florida needs a
man like Dr. Hulley for its governor.
He will make the chief executive's of
fice a place of honor. And good old
Florida will gain the prestige, so
much deserved, among the states by
having so illustrious a governor."
CARD OF THANKS
FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and sell
second hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow mowers,
ers, mowers, enamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
310, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf
FOR SALE Guavas in five-crate
lots or more, at $1.25 per bushel
crate, f. o. b. Leesburg. Box 281,
Leesburg, Fla. 29-6t
WOOD Phene 146 for all lenghths
oak or pine wood; thoroughly season seasoned.
ed. seasoned. Special price on quantity orders.
Put in your winter supply now.
Smoak's Wood Yard. 15-tf
WANTED A copy of the "Tragedies
ol Oakhurst," written by the late
Beatrice Mareaa who resided in Ocala
some years ago. Address, "Mrs. F. E.
B.," care Star office. 29-6t
EE WARD! Liberal reward will be
paid for the return of kodak with film
inside, left on southbound A. C. L.
train near Gainesville last Friday
afternoon. Mrs. C. G. Herrick, 638
Third Ave.. St. Petersburg, Fla.29-6t
FOR SALE OR TRADE Duroc sow
with eight pigs two weeks old. May
be seen at R. O. Connor's place on Or Orange
ange Orange avenue. D. N. Mathews, 609 Sec Sec-end
end Sec-end street, Ocala, Fla, 26-6t
FOR SALE Two one-year-old regi registered
stered registered pointer puppies. Apply to R.
L. Lytle, Weirsdale, Fla. 25-6t
FORDS FOR SALE One almost
brand new touring Ford and three
other good ones, at bargains. Apply
to the Maxwell Agency, Yonge block,
Ocala, Fla. 25-6t
FOR SALE CHEAP Model K Hup Hup-mebile
mebile Hup-mebile in first class condition. For
demonstration see Collier Brothers,
Ocala, Fla. 18-tf
A good dog
and the right gun
The Ocala Star refers to its "bright "bright-haired
haired "bright-haired office girl" who is running the
shop. You interest us strangely,
Brer. Benjamin. Going to drop in and
loaf a while in that shop, first op.
Believe us, brother, if you are al allowed
lowed allowed to loaf in her vicinity it will be
because she tolerates you more than
she does us. We are not allowed to
stay in a couple of yards of her desk
more than three minutes without be being
ing being requested to move on.
TO MEET TO
MICKFY IS THE STAR DEVIL
A meeting of the farmers and busi business
ness business men of the county to discuss
preparations for holding a fair this
tail is called to assemble at 2 o'clock
Saturday afternoon, Oct. 4, in the cir circuit
cuit circuit court room in this city. All in interested
terested interested requested to be present. The
time is short, but much can be ac accomplished
complished accomplished by energetic and concert concerted
ed concerted action. C. W. HUNTER,
Vice-Pres. Marion Co. Fair Assn.
NATHAN MAYO, Secretary.
The Star's country correspondents
are requested to give this matter the
widest publicity possible and ask per permission
mission permission of postmasters to put this
rotice up by or close to delivery win-cows.
We have bean seed for fall plant planting;
ing; planting; Wadwell Kidney Wax at $10 per
bushel; green beans at $9 per bushel.
14-t Ocala Seed Store.
Peptona is the ideal Tonic, and is
only one dollar for a full pint bottle,
plus the war tax of four cents. Gerig's
Drug Store. 29-tf
We wish to thank our friends and
neighbors for their kindness and sym sympathy
pathy sympathy during the illness and death of
our dear little girl, and for the many
beautiful flowers wThich were sent. We
especially thank Dr. Peek for his
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnson.
We will pay the above amount for
evidence to convict the party who
broke into our place of business Sun
day night. AUTO SALES CO.,
29-2t Mack Taylor.
This is to notify the person that
took my new 8-foot stepladder from
the old Star office building on the
evening of Thursday, the 25th, if they
con't want to get into trouble to re
turn it at once. 2t David Gamble.
FORDS FOR SALE
FOR SALE Pair fann mules; weight
1000 pounds each; also one four-
gallon cow. Afply to W. M. Gist. Mc Mcintosh,
intosh, Mcintosh, Fla. 27-6t
Use the Star wast ads far results.
When you take to the woods
and fields this fall, remember
that your sport depends on
your skill, your dog's training
and the gun you use.
Play as safe as you can. Take
along a dog that's trustworthy,
and a gun you're sure of. Take
a Winchester repeating shot shotgun
gun shotgun the choice of those who
know. Make sure that as far
as the gun goes, your sport is
Winchester repeating shotguns
have been classed by critical ex experts
perts experts as "The Perfect Shotgun."
These sure-fire, sure -to -work
guns are made in the hammer
and hammerless styles, Model
97 and Model 12. The Model
12 is made in the standard 12,
16 and also in the lighter 20
gauge more popular with
women and new shooters be because
cause because of its lightness and very
Come in today and just fit these
guns to your shoulder.
World Standard Cams and Ammunition
MODEL 12 Hammerless Tmie-donvn Repeating Shotgun. Made
in 12 gauge, weight about 7 lbs., in 16 gauge, weight about
6 lbs. in 20 gauge, weight about 6 lbs. more pcpular with women
and new shsoters, because gf its lightness and very slight recoil
MODEL 97 Tahe-donvn Repeating Shotgun. Made in 12 gauge, weight
about 7 lbs., in 16 gauge, weight about 7 lbs The favorite with
shooters who prefer a slide forearm repeating i hot gun with a hammer
Yours for All Mind of Sporting Goods
Next to Ocala Seed Store
si Ik (B
JT1 4T 17 l f TT $f
ana irori mem we werai i j&i&n
One almost brand new touring Ford
and three other good ones, at bar bargains.
gains. bargains. Apply to the Maxwell Agency,
Yonge Block, Ocala, Fla. 25-6t
A BED RENOVATOR
Is now here, located in the Ghace
building, Oklawaha avenue and Or Orange
ange Orange street. Phon 112. J. E. Drew, tf
The city council will receive bids at
regular meeting October 7th for sale
of brick at the old water tower lot,
22-6t H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.
Baseball returns at the Court
Fresh Flower Seed just in at
Gerig's Drug Store. 29-tf
To any father and mother :
In the Navy, your boy's
food, health, work and play,
and moral welfare are looked
after by responsible experts.
Talk about adventure. I
Men in the Navy come home
with the kind of experiences that
most chaps read of only in books.
Here's your chance if you are a
Uncle Sam has, as you know, a
big Navy and gives red-blooded
young fellows like you an opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to step aboard and "shove off".
What will you get out of it?
A chance to rub elbows with
foreign folks in strange parts of
The chance for good honest work
on shipboard the kind of work
that teaches you something real ; the
kind of work that puts beef on your
ehoulders and hair on your chest.
You will get 30 care-free vaca vacation
tion vacation days a year, not counting
shore leave in home or foreign ports.
You will have the kind of com comradeship
radeship comradeship in travel that sailors know.
You will have regular pay, over
and above your meals, lodging, and
first uniform outfit 'good stuff,
all of it.
You can join for two years.
When you get through you'll be
physically and mentally "tuned
up" for the rest of your life. You'll
be ready through and through for
There is a Recruiting Station
right near you. If you don't know
where it is, your Postmaster will
be glad to tell you..
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OCA LA EVfiNLftG STAR, T WES DAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1910
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GOOD TOOTH BRUSH is one of the First
Necessities of Civilization.
We offer a fine line of Tooth Brushes also a
full line of fine Dentifrices, the Powders, Liquids,
With these articles available you can't afford
to have unsightly teeth.
Wise and Otherwise
If you must be a liar, please be a
If you have any society items for cheerful one. and quit spreading gobs
the Star, please phone five-two-three. gloom throughout the town in eve-
a rvi Alt X C4 OiliUiX
Have you had those weeds cut on j
Mr. and Mrs. I'. M. Howard retum retum-,
, retum-, l J yesterday frcjn a ten days visit to
i Miami and points on the east coast.
; Mrs. Andrew Turner has returned
; to DunneMon after a weeks' visit in
! Ocala, tho truest of her sister, Mrs.
! J. W. Hood.
I Mr. W. J. McGehee has moved his
j Fairbanks-Morse show rooms to the
Dixie Highway Garage on West
Coffins and Caskets,
Day Phone 253 Night Phone 511
L. HURST, MANAGER
Opposite Court House.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MORE"
Advertise and get Results
Mr. J. L. Beck and son, Beechei,
were in the city this forenoon on their
way to attend the funeral of Mr. J. J.
Beck, who died yesterday.
Miss Grace Cook of West Palm
Beach is the guest of her brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
Cook for a visit of a couple of weeks.
Gen. and Mrs. Alfred Ayer expect
to leave the early part of next week
for Atlanta to attend the veterans'
reunion, and to visit their son. Dr.
Mr. W. W. Clyatt expects to leave
the latter part of the week for Frank Franklin,
lin, Franklin, X. C, joining Mrs. Clyatt, who
has spent part of the summer there,
and accompany her home.
Mrs. Roger Dodd, Mrs. J. H. Ther Ther-rell
rell Ther-rell and Miss Sipple expect to leave
tomorrow for Tampa to attend a
meeting of the Sunday school federa federation.
tion. federation. Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a six weeks' visit to her
son, Mr. Fred Weihe and family at
Newport News. Mrs. Weihe has en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed several side trips to points ad adjacent,
jacent, adjacent, which included Washington
The ladies of the Methodist sewing
circle met yesterday with Mrs. Wal Walters
ters Walters on South Third street and spent a
most profitable afternoon. At the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of their work, Mrs. Walters
served refreshments of fruit punch
and small cakes.
Mrs. J. H. Therrell has returned
from a visit of several weeks to
friends and relatives in Albany, Ga.,
and was accompanied by her sister,
Miss Ada Michael, who had been her
guest for some time. Miss Michael
proceeding to her home in Lexington,
Baseball returns at the Court
Off a QiniaGU OiffSs si pouDndl so ffft
uUDgDu Due OMLOsft FopinDdlmKDe detd h
n 'Mi Ii
M .ifM 'I pi -:
This energy is obtained from food from
proteins, carbohydrates and oth er essential
compounds contained in Schlitz Famo.
Schlitz Famo is made scientifically
primarily it is a drink, a worth-while
cereal beverage but finally it is a food.
r i r
It induces appetite, aids digestion, sup supplies
plies supplies the body with muscular energy
It gives you protein as do eggs, milk, wheat,
etc; carbohydrates as do vegetables and
cereals mineral matter and water.
Schlitz Famo is refreshing and satisfy satisfying.
ing. satisfying. It is non-intoxicating; good and
good for you.
On sale wherever soft drinks
are sold. Order a case from
Thones 209 & 92
Moses Grocery Co
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I The Wa'shinfton Pnt sncrtr5t tViat
the sooner Liberty bonds reach par,
the better for ma and the kids, and
we think so too.
Prices must fall to match our sal salary
ary salary before we can buy a new fall hat.
If you don't believe everything you
hear, don't repeat any of it.
Every once and so often something
happens that teaches again the lesson
that it isn't wise to start anything you
Ocala's iiower gardens will soon be
a brilliant mass of color, judging
from the hundreds of poinsettias
luxuriantly growin gnow.
There is no use disputing the adage
that a'sucker is born every minute."
If you don't believe it just watch the
number of people pulling away at
straws at our soda fountains every
People sometimes leave Ocala, but
most generally they come back.
An exchange editor says: "If I
have a dollar and, you have a dollar
and we exchange, you have a dollar
and I have a dollar. But if I have an
idea and you have an idea, and we ex exchange,
change, exchange, you have two ideas and I
have two. ideas."
The success of a play depends
largely on the costumes chosen, says
a leading producer, who spends lavish
sums upon the dressing of his char characters.
acters. characters. So it is in daily life. It is the
dress of the person that makes or
mars his or her success, socially.
Strangers are beginning to come
"swift and rapid" into our little city
and our citizens should make it a
point to meet them with a smile and
a glad handshake. Even if you can't
tell them where there is a house for
rent, you can treat them kindly and in
the end this policy will pay, help much
to get them established and perkaps
to become permanent citizens.
Why not the graduates of the Ocala
high school start a movement to put
into the new high school building a
memorial tablet on which would be
inscribed the names of all the soldiers
nd sailors in the war with Germany,
who attended the high school? A tab tablet
let tablet containing the names of all the
men who served against Germany
with the names of those who lost
iheir lives ingold letters would-be
most r efitting. Money for this oould
be raised by pupils and former pupils
by giving entertainments throughout
the season and contributions by for former
mer former students who reside elsewhere.
Neglected friendships are less for forgivable
givable forgivable than almost anything else.
Many people make friends and
straightway forget them. Every hu human
man human being likes to know that he oc occupies
cupies occupies some part in the mind and the
heart of others. Friendship is as a
flower that springs up in an every everyday
day everyday garden of life and must be tended
and nurtured and cherished to give
perfume to life.
Our progressive little city has one
terrible affliction. It is a cow men menace.
ace. menace. Not, however, the kind that
sticks close to her business in giving
support to a devoted human family,
but the sort that turns night into day,
and spends hours trying to learn to
whistle like a catbird, all the while
flitting from yard to yard, like unto
butterflies in the gladsome summer
timeonly her time is night; and do doing
ing doing human-like handspring stunts
over garden fences and feeding on
s'weet potato vines and other garden
truck meant for human consumption.
There's only one remedy for such an
ivil disposed cow a dose of shot is
assure cure, and as we write we think
I'ictuvLsqufrly, too, of how beautiful
she would bedead and turned into
corned beef and her rusty old fifty fifty-cent
cent fifty-cent hide converted into a twenty dol dollar
lar dollar pair of fancy shoes for some
fairy to shimmie in.
Mother earth is just calling and
calling to the town people who are
dissatisfied with prices and wages,
says the Houston Post. And mind
you, boys, the time is coming when
millions will have to return to the
shovel and the hoe, or the quotations
for hog and hominy will be found up
in the moon.
When the cemetery of a town eets
so overgrown with weeds that people
orget the proper respect for the dead,
then look out; the town is going back backward.
ward. backward. Public spirit is gone, selfish selfishness
ness selfishness is arising and energy is going to
sleep. These conditions which have
teen threatening Evergreen cemetery
all summer have now developd in full
measure, packed down and running
over. Beggarweeds, fennels and sand sand-spurs
spurs sand-spurs vie with each other in their race
to the goal which is over almost every
grave into the fences and unto the
railroad tracks. The cemetery is so
overgrown that a few days since when
a committee of ladies visited it for
the purpose of placing iron markers
on the graves of veterans, they were
forced to abandon their efforts, on ac account
count account of the impossibility of making
progress through the dense under undergrowth
growth undergrowth of weeds and sharp sandspurs.
That this cemetery should be allowed
to get into such a condition is deplor
able. Somethmg should be done im
mediately. An honest effort at least
should be made by the city, which
owns the property, to pestore the
sacred plot of ground to its original
beauty. Within its boundaries sleeD
representatives ef some of the South's
most prominent families, and tke
city's neglect is deplorable. The edi
tor of this column is requested to
state that a committee of ladies is
ready, to join tke city im any effort to
300,000 Maxwells Precede
This Post -War Car
the talent of
was devoted to the
Maxwell chassis, and
as that is now a work
of rare mechanical ex
cellence through mag magnificent
nificent magnificent Post-War improve improvements,
ments, improvements, the Maxwell has been
improved wonderfully in
Perhaps you have seen
this Post-War Maxwell and,
like so many others, have
stopped short in your hurry
and given it a good looking
over. Its simply beauty, its
delightful grace, its clean
cut, sincere appearance,
its daring simplicity you
noted, and your respect for
Maxwell became more definite.
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i MM tint
But you did not
know, unless you sat
behind the wheel, how
easy it drives, what a
effect there is in the
front axle, how snugly
it clings to the road
with its heavy rear axle, how
decisive and sure is the emer-.
gency brake, now located
on the transmission shaft I
Unless you have sat be behind
hind behind the wheel of the Post Post-War
War Post-War Maxwell you know but
little for there is a new lure
about this car that, once
experienced, impresses you
There are 300,000 Max Maxwells
wells Maxwells before this all able
cars. This is greater in many
ways except in price: only
4985 f. o. b. Detroit.
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munication to Miss Josie Williams
will receive prompt attention.
Y. M. C. A. NOTICE
Mr. Howard Hubble, who is a mem
ber of the national committee of the
Y. M. C. A., will be in Ocala Friday,
Oct. 3rd, to make a talk on Y. M. C.
A. work at the Board of Trade rooms
at 3 o'clock p. m., and all who are in interested
terested interested in the work are invited to
attend this meeting.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby eiven to all cred
itors, legatees, distributees, heirs and
all other persons having claims or de demands
mands demands against the estate of Mrs. A.
E. Holly, deceased, to present the
same duly proven to the undersigned
within one year from this date.
This July 2U 1919.
MRS. J. P. HOLLY.
Administratrix of the Estate of Mrs.
A. E. Holly, Deceased.
Postoffice, Electra, Fla. 7-22-tues
Arrival and Departure of Dassenrer
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figure pub
lished as information and not guar
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Jacksonville-New York 2:19 aza
1 :50 Dm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 pm J'cksonvtlle-Nftw York 1:15 son.
1:45 pm. J'lcsonville-G'ineavllle 2:15 pm.
1:42 am. J'ksonvlile-O'Jiesvllla 10:12 pm.
2:15 am. St. Pet'abrg-LAksland 2:12 ata
3:35 pm St. Pet'sburgr-Lakeland l:25pm
i:i9 am. "uuanenon- w ucox
7.40 am. Du'nellon-L.'keland 11:02 pm
5:25 pm. Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:13 pm. isesDurg i:uul
4-45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday. Wednesday. Friday.
Tu-dy. Thursday. Saturday.
In our stock of IRON BEDS will be found a
pretty line of CRIBS for the smaller children. The
corner posts are sufficiently high to hang a canopy
on when it is necessary to keep off marauding in insects.
sects. insects. Also a pretty line of small size Rockers
and dining chairs, Go-Carts, High Chairs and other
articles dear to the heart of the little ones. Call
and look them over.
N. Magnolia St.
The Old Reliable is Open
Becst Steaks 30c
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and En B ALGIERS
No charg 2 for delivery of casket anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM B. PYLES JIL,
Office Phone 10 Night Phones 225 or 423
SAVE MOMEY BJ MEAT
We always handle the best fresh meat to be
had and our prices are always the lowesL
Round Steak 25c J Best Pork Chops 35c
Loin Steak 30c Pork Sausage 25c
Stew Meat 15c
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc.; C
MEW YORK-MEAT MAECSET
FREE DELIVERY WEST BROADWAY PHONE 110
clear away the weeds ana any com
OCA LA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, 1919
ediennes of the screen. In the role
opposite her will be seen Kenneth
Harlan, who is a good looking and
FORDS FOR SALE
The pulpit committee of the Presby- popular leading man
terian church will meet in Mr. u.
Scott's office at 4 p. m. tomorow. Corporal Walter
returns at the
A SURE WAY TO SAVE ON TIRES
Let us vulcanize all of your old used
Urea which can possibly be saved in
tfiis way. Our vulcanizing process
positively prolongs the life of both
tires and tubes. Figure it out for
yourself and you will see what a big
saving we can create for you in your
See Me ;
For All Classes 01
Stone, Brick, Wood,
0. McCaskill j
Sixth Infantry, has arrived to reopen
Court hhe armv recruiting station. The
2t I Orala ret ruitinfr station for the army
hasn't had very good luck, on account
After a pleasant vacation at rsew- cf the constant shifting of officers.
port News, and a visit to her brother, Corporal Harris is a clever young sol sol-Mr.
Mr. sol-Mr. Marcus Frank, in New York, Mrs. dier and if his superior officers will
Max Israelson, to the joy of her se( to jt that ne is properly sustained
numerous friends, is home again. he will probably be able to do good
work. He has already enlisted Ben-
Mr. J. H. Hollon, a sturdy and pros- nie g. Hamilton and Joseph Ellison of
peious farmer of Hartford, Ala., is in Anthony, both of whom have had pre-
Ocala. looking over Marion county, lie vious service.
introduced himself to the Star by pre-l
scnting a card from that good sport, That bright and clever boy, Curtis
I. Dod Israel, who in traveling on his Connor, who more than two years ago,
regular rounds met Mr. Hollon and tho' under age, quietly slipped out of
recommended to him Marion county town and made a bee line for the
one of the garden spots of the nearest naval training camp, having
world. done his bit, is again at his old posi
tion in Gerig's drugstore.
Constance Talmadge in "Betsy s
Burglar" is the attraction at the Tern- Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Darden are the
pie today. This is a play which blends proud parents of a baby girl who ar ar-comedy
comedy ar-comedy with strong dramatic situa-1 rived Saturday at their home in the
tions and Miss Talmadge is given an eastern part of the city. This is the
opportunity to display her resourceful second daughter to gladden the hearts
and athletic talents, and proves that lot this young couple, and little Miss
she is one of the most popular com j Dorothy is justly proud of her new
One almost brand new touring Ford
and three other good ones, at bar bargains.
gains. bargains. Apply to the Maxwell Agency,
Yonge Block, Ocala, Fla. 2o-6t
There is no sense of man thc
that is more vitally im- Pf
portant that sight. You
cannot afford not toSJo see
have efficient eyesight. 'J.vitS
DR. K. J. WEI HE,
Optometrist and Optician.
Phone 446. 728 Wenona St.
Tires and: Tubes
Get ready your fall garden. We
have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf
THE MAN WHO
A Staunch Advocate
"What you learn to your "cost,
you remember long.
L T. IZLAR
I Use the Star's Unclassified Column
nut p. ft
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALM ERS
PHONES 47. 184. 3C&
j 0C4LA AUTO &
DR. G. A. EDMISTON
Veterinary, Physician and Surgeon
Phone 38 M
Careful Estimates made 'on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
' Work for the Monev than anv other
rlOriua contractor in the city.
FACTS ON THE ARCH
ENEMY OF HUMANITY.
Send Us Your
OCALA STEAM LAUWDRY
If Everything Was As
Cheap As Our Ice
The cost of living would be as low as it was in the good old days.
No use worrying, however, because it isn't that way. Be glad that
ice is helping to keep down the cost of living, besides giving you
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had.
Ocala Ice x Packing Co.
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in eacl roon Dining room service is
second to cone.
RATES From $1.50 per y per person to $6.
ROBERT M. MEYER,
WHITE .-STAR EL,DGx3
TRANSFER AND STORAGE COMPANY
Irsued on Cotton,
: We have first class trucks with ; competent drivers, and our
equipment will move yoa complete no matter what you possess.
Tuberculosis kills producers
chiefly men and women between
the ages of 16 and 45.
It claims workers active men
and women In the homes, the of office
fice office and the shop.
It causes 150,000 deaths In the
United States every year.
It costs the United States In
economic waste alone about
More than 1,000,000 persons In
this country are suffering from
active tuberculosis right now.
It menaces every community,
every home and every Individ
AND YET TUBERCULOSIS
IS CURABLE AND PREVENT PREVENTABLE.
ABLE. PREVENTABLE. It is spread largely by Ig Ignorance,
norance, Ignorance, carelessness and neg neglect
lect neglect The National Tuberculosis As Association
sociation Association and Its 1,000 affiliated
state and local organizations
wage a continuous winning war
The work of these organiza organizations
tions organizations Is financed chiefly by the
sale of Red Cross Christmas
Drive the menace of tubercu tuberculosis
losis tuberculosis from your door.
The National Tuberculosis Associa Association
tion Association has launched an extensive educa educational
tional educational campaign. A recent health sur survey
vey survey revealed a yearly death rate In the
United States of 150,000 and there are
today 1,000,000 active cases.
THE SYMBOL OF HOPE.
This Is the emblem of the National
Tuberculosis Association which an annually
nually annually sponsors the sale of the R4
Cross ChrJsjtroas Seajj
"A SPLENDID TONIC."
Says Hixson Lady Yfho, On Dee
tor's Advice, Took Cardsi
And Is How Well
Hixson, Tenn. "About 10 years ago
I was..." says Mrs. J. B. Gadd, of
this place. "I suffered with a pals In
my left side, could not sleep at night
with this pain, always In the left
My doctor told me to use Cardul. I
took one bottle, which helped me and
after my baby came, I was stronger
and better, but the pain was still
I at first let it go, but began to get
weak and in a run-down condition,
so I decided to try some more Cardul,
which I did.
This last Cardul which I took made
me much better, in fact, cured me. It
has been a number of years, still I
have no return of this trouble.
I feel It was Cardul that cured me,
and I recommend it as a splendid fe female
male female tonic"
Don't allow yourself to become
weak and run-down from womanly
troubles. Take Cardul. It should sure surely
ly surely help you, as it has so many thou thousands
sands thousands of other women in the past 40
years. Headache, backache, sidsaehe,
nervousness, sleeplessness, tired-out
feeling, are all signs of womanly trou trouble.'
ble.' trouble.' Other women gat relief by taking
CardnL Why not yoa? All drurslts.
VV. R. Pedriclc
J. H. Spencer
THE OCALA GAS ENGINE WORKS
Local Agents for the Old Reliable
Announces that they are now Handling Storage Batteries and
maintain a fully equiped service station for recharging batteries.
Complete line of GOODYEAR and UNITED STATES Tires and
Tubes. All kinds of Automobile Accessories, and a full line of
parts for the BUICK.
wma m im
SPENCER & PEDRICK, Proprietors.
" When Better Automobiles Are Built buick Will Build Them
Ocklawaha Avenuejand OsceolaiSL
Get ready your faT garden. We
have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf
Jonteel Rouge in three colors, rec rec-cmmedned
cmmedned rec-cmmedned and sold by Gerig's Drug
Use the Star's Unclassified Column
It kills the bedbugs, and destroys
all the eggs as well in faet, it exter exterminates
minates exterminates the whole breed wherever
you apply it BEDBUG DOOM. It
s for sale only at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. 19-tf
Advertise in the Weekly Star.
Those Kant Leak Nipples will suit
the baby, and they are better than
other nipples. Gerig's Drug Store.
. Iv. Lane, M. Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
N ice-cold bottle of this Orange-Crush gives
sparkling satisfaction to parched palates.
Orange-Crush has acarbonated piquancy which
makes it an irresistibly delicious drink
You can be sure of the purity of Orange Orange-Crush
Crush Orange-Crush because it is made from the fruit oil, press pressed
ed pressed from fresh ripe oranges, and such other whole wholesome
some wholesome ingredients as pure granulated sugar, car carbonated
bonated carbonated water and citric acid, which is a natural
acid found in oranges, lemons and grape fruit.
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II til I t I IV III I -4 II i .
We suggest that you try an ice-cold bottle of Orange-Crush
today. You can obtain it wherever soft drinks are sold;
ether py the bottle or case. We bottle Orange-Crush under
strictly sanitray conditions and bersonally vouch for its
purity. A case in the home will bring joy to every member
of the family.
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