The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Ocala, Fla.
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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Weather Forecast: Probably local
showers tonight and Tuesday, except
fair south portion; colder Tuesday.
VOL. 26, NO. 268


The Temple theater was crowded
for the exercises Sunday afternoon at
3 o'clock, in observance of American
Legion Sunday." Addresses were made
by Chaplain John Conoley of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, and Major Robert L. Anderson
Jr., of Ocala. both members of the
legion. Solos were sung by Mrs. L. E.
Futch and Mr. Lester Lucas, and the
choruses of several popular war-time
songs were sung by all. Both Chaplain
Conoley and Major Anderson made a
plea for all ex-service men to become
members of the American Legion,
and to give to their country in time
of peace what they gave in time of
war. The exercises were opened with
an invocation by Rev. Smith Hardin,
and Mr. Hardin closed the exercises
with a benediction. Many ex-service
men were present. Dr. H. F. Watt,
commander of Marion County Post
No. 1, introduced the speakers and the
soloists. Mrs. Lester Lucas accom accompanied
panied accompanied the singing. The program
had been arranged by a committee
consisting of Mr. L. T. Izlar chair chairman,
man, chairman, Dr. H. C. Dozier and Mr. Alfred
A. Green. Chaplain Conoley's address
made a deep impression. The speaker
was chaplain during the war, as first
lieutenant in the 73rd Infantry, as
first lieutenant in the 36th Infantry,
and later captain and camp chaplain
at Camp Devens, Mass., where he was
situated for fourteen months. Chaplain
Conoley was born and raised in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. He spoke in part as follows:
"Bolshevism, socialism in many
specious forms, and anarchy, are be being
ing being propagated in our midst. We
overturn one form of sabotage to be
confronted with another, this time
disguised as labor, which expresses
itself in riot and strike.
"While the world still reels from
the impact of blows so lately receiv received,
ed, received, a Russian soviet nationalizes its
women, sends its emissaries into eve every
ry every country to compromise if not de destroy
stroy destroy national honor, and sets up its
counterpart in our own midst. Yes Yesterday,
terday, Yesterday, a nation-wide raid disclosed in
every large sized city in this country j
a nest of such detestable conspirators
against law and order.
"The virus is at work, and as we
dream of a world at peace they plan
a world aflame and dance in anticipa
tion a Carmagnole, a Ca Ira of a newt i
revolution to which not even Car Car-lyle's
lyle's Car-lyle's pen shall do justice. No decent
man will so much as pretend that the
affairs of capital and labor are prop properly
erly properly adjusted. But does that appre appreciation
ciation appreciation mean that we, who fought and
did our best to preserve our national
honor and prosperity shall sit idly by
and see them made subject to a hand handful
ful handful cf men who presume to dictate a
program of industrial and social ad adjustment
justment adjustment that shall be a counterpart
of Russian bolshevism that is, to
leave the public at large at the mercy
of a proletariat composed of striking
union men and seditious Independent
Workers of the World?
"Have we not had abortive reigns
of terror largely alien in Seattle,)
Lawrence and Boston, in which latter
place even policemen, caught in the
madness of federated labor, forswore
their fealty to the state, deserted
their posts of duty, and left Boston
open to lawless raids and even' blood bloodshed
shed bloodshed ?
"Have we not seen industry par paralyzed
alyzed paralyzed by an expressman's strike, has
nofc a Lewis called a coal strike while
a Gompers attempts to dictate to the
government the terms under which
the -strike shaall end? Is not the regu regular
lar regular army at present employed in pre preserving
serving preserving the peace in the districts af affected
fected affected by the steel workers' strike?
"Have we exiled one kaiser to set
up many? Have we conquered one
Frussianism to fall victim to another?
"Are we mindful, as we should be,
that, (in the words of Governor Cool Cool-idge
idge Cool-idge of Massachusetts) 'there is no
right to strike against the public
safety any time, anywhere adding,
'for any cause.'
"Shall we, returned soldiers, remain
supine and without effort while such
attempts are made to destroy our na national
tional national and industrial security?
"And politics? What of it? They
tell us that we must keep out of pol politics.
itics. politics. As a body, yes. As individuals,
no. Why do they say that we shall
not mix in politics ? It is because they
fear us, the political boss and his
crew, the gum-shoe politician and his
motley crew. They know that we who
have borne the heat of the day in
armed defense of that priceless her heritage
itage heritage with which they trifle will not
allow the political sale of our national
birthright for the pottage of party
politics the right to see that the
best the Union, the state, the county,
the city, the town can produce is none
too good to fill public office, to repre represent
sent represent the people.
"We may not use our membership
ia the American Legion, our part in
the war, our association with its mar martyred
tyred martyred dead to clear our own or an-


It Begins to Look Like the Govern Government
ment Government Will be Deliberately Defied
by Labor Officials
(. Assoc iatrcl I'r-s3)
Washington, Nov. 10. Labor lead leaders
ers leaders predicted today that the interna international
tional international officers of the United Mine
Workers of America, at Indianapolis,
would not call off the coal strike at
diiected by Federal Judge Anderson,
whatever the legal consequences
might be.
Indianapolis, Nov. 10. No hint as
tj the action of international officials
of the mine workers at a conference
here today was obtained this morn morning,
ing, morning, despite action of the executive
council of the American Federation of
Labor in Washington last. night. The
federation council's statement issued
in support of the strike of bituminous
coal miners it is believed in many
quarters will presage a fight on the
part of the miners, assisted by labor
in general against the mandatory in injunction
junction injunction of Judge Anderson, calling
off the strike.
At a Hint from Lloyd George that a
Peace Might be Made with
Bolshevik Russia
(Associated Pressj
London, Nov. 9. Premier Lloyd
George's hint in a speech Saturday
night of an attempt to negotiate peace
with the bolsheviki in Russia has
created a stir. The anti-bolshevik
press is indignant over the sugges suggestion.
tion. suggestion. other member's path to office that is
within the gift of the ballot box. We
may not use the force of our orgina orgina-z&tion
z&tion orgina-z&tion or our connection with it to
purchase or demand votes.
"But we can, and please God we
shall, use all these moral advantages
to purify the political as well as the
industrial and social atmosphere. If
we cannot control votes we can form
public opinion. We can protest abuse,
denounce political chicanery, demand
the observance and the guarantee of
those rights vouchsafed to us by fed federal
eral federal and state constitution. We can
hunt out the charlatan and brand him
as such. We can seek the agitator,
political, industrial, or religious, and
publicly condemn him. It is our right
as citizens and as men who have giv given
en given the best that is in them in defense
of 100 per cent. Americanism to de denounce
nounce denounce alien propaganda, alien at attempt
tempt attempt to discredit, disrupt, or com compromise
promise compromise American institutions, and
demand the deportation of the propa propagator.
gator. propagator. We must labor with might and
main to secure "America for Ameri Americans,"
cans," Americans," native born or naturalized,
whose devotion to the ideals and tra traditions
ditions traditions and institutions of our country
is so obvious, so genuine, as to be be beyond
yond beyond doubt. And in all these things
we shall be but true to our slogan,
'Policies not politics.'
"It is good 'policy' to defend the in institutions
stitutions institutions of the nation and its polit political
ical political and social ideals. It is 'politics'
t3 trifle with them.
"Gentlemen, our 'buddies' died to
win the war. Let us live to win the
peace, and having won it, to keep it.
The nation expects great things of
us. Let us not disappoint them. They
stayed at home and prayed and gave
gave till it hurt that we might
have comfort and pleasure in such de degree
gree degree as is consonant with the life of
a soldier. We return to them as men
who have seen the vision the vision
of things, as they are and as they
should be. Let us actualize that vision
in our lives, bringing each to his own
community, to his own home circle,
the newness of thought, the purity of
action, the sobriety of speech, the de devotion
votion devotion to principle and to right, and
devote ourselves to 'carrying on' in
the world redemption for which our
brothers our 'buddies' died.
"It is our duty, before God and in
our country's eyes, to join this legion
of four million men who have come
back to leaven the nation with the
justice for which we fought, to keep
alive in the hearts of our posterity
these new ideals. It is our duty to
defend against all comers our politi political
cal political ideals as they were handed down
t j us by our forefathers. It is our
duty to protest immorality, to uphold
civil ideals, to prevent social crime
and combat the evils that follow in its
"Above all, it is our dutv to see that
God, our God, the God of Abraham
and of Isaac and of Jacob, is honored


American Federation of Labor Calls
on the Public to Support Strike
Against the Government
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 10 Holding that
the action of the government in in injunction
junction injunction proceedings against striking
bituminous coal miners is "so auto autocratic
cratic autocratic as to stagger the human mind,"
the executive council of the American
Federation of Labor declared last
night in a statement issued after a
four-hour meeting that the miners'
walkout was justified, promised for
the strike entire support of organized
li'bpr and asked aid and endorsement
for it from the general public.
Indianapolis, Nov. 10. John L.
Lowis, acting president of the United
Mine Workers of America, last night
denied that he agreed to comply with
the order of the federal court here
to call off the strike of bituminous
ccal miners of the country before G
p. m. Tuesday evening.
"Statements to the effect that I
shall or shall not comply with the
rr.andatory proceedings of the injunc injunction
tion injunction writ are unauthorized and pre premature,"
mature," premature," he declared.
Reds Had Laid the City Off
Eighteen Communist
(Associated Press)
Berlin, Nov. 9. Communist head headquarters
quarters headquarters were raised by the authori authorities
ties authorities Sunday and troops seized litera literature
ture literature and maps showing a division of
Berlin into eighteen communist dis districts.
tricts. districts. and worshipped in our midst 'in spirit
and it truth.
"Unless the Lord build the house,
"They labor in vain who build it.
"It is our own Washington who
tells us that there can be no morality
without, religion. And we need mor morality,
ality, morality, gentlemen. We need a single
standard of morality for men and for
women 'and we need men who will see
that it is adhered to. We need a closer
contact with God and the things of
God. As a nation we are committed
to belief in God. As individuals let us
put that belief into practice that will
convince. It is He who can serve us,
nationally and individually. It is He
who has led us as a new Israel, dry
shod across the Red sea of war and
who has brought us into the promised
land of victory. 'If today you hear
His voice, harden not your hearts.'
lie will bless our endeavors to make
out- nation the abiding place of those
rights and liberties he has secured to
men and of which he has made us
his chosen people of another cove covenantthe
nantthe covenantthe rightful guardians.
"In doing these things we shall vin vindicate
dicate vindicate our claim to be his sons and be
worthy successors to those who sleep
in foreign soil, in that long rest that
follows their cruel martyrdom for
liberty's sake. It is their voice which
rings in our earns and which says:
"The command is forward."
"'If ye break faith with us who die,
"'We shall not sleep, tho' poppies
"'In Flanders fields.'"
Irs First Annual Convention Now in
Session at Minneapolis
(Associated Press
Minneapolis, Nov. 10 The first an annual
nual annual convention of the American Le Legion
gion Legion opened here today with more
than two thousand delegates from all
parts of the country attending.
Our store will be closed tomorrow
from 11 to 4 o'clock. Please get your-
orders to us not later than 9:30 o'clock
so that we can make our deliveries
before we clase.
10-lt O. K. Teapot Grocery.
To All Whom It May Concern:
Take notice that I, Wilbert Ellis,
who was convicted in the circuit court!
fcr Marion county, Florida, in aJnu aJnu-ary,
ary, aJnu-ary, 1915, for murder in the second
degree for the killing of Robert Eaton
on the 4th day of July, 1914, and was
sentenced to imprisonment for life in
tht state penitentiary, will make ap application
plication application to the honorable board of
pardons at Tallahassee, Florida, on!
the 9th day of December, 1919, for a
full and free pardon of said convic conviction.
tion. conviction. ll-5-10t Wilbert Ellis.


Government Agents Intend to Run
Down and Trap Communists in
New York
l Associated I'rtss)
New York. Nov. 9. Government
agents, assisted by state and city au au-thoiitits,
thoiitits, au-thoiitits, today continued to spread
a 1:? about the city in the hope of
tiapping TfiOO members of the com com-nrjnist
nrjnist com-nrjnist party who face the charges of
c: Iniinal anarchy and sedition. Arrests
u.e expected to continue for weeks.
Whereas, The 11th day of Novem November,
ber, November, ID 19, saw the end of hostilities in
the great world war, in which our
country was engaged, and-such end end-ii
ii end-ii g of hostilities marked the triumph
oi the principles and ideals for which
America entered the war and upon
which her giory and prosperity rest;
Whereas, Such ending of hostili hostilities
ties hostilities brought relief and joy to millions
oi homes and made the anniversary of
November 11th, 1918. a day to be set
apart from other days; and,
Whereas, Throughout the nation the
anniversary of Armistice Day will be
joyfully celebrated, and it is fitting
aid proper that Ocala and Marion
county join therein;
Now, Therefore, by virtue of my
oflice as mayor of the city of Ocala, 1
do hereby proclaim and declare Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, November 11th, 1919, a day of
celebration and gladness as "Armis "Armis-t:ce
t:ce "Armis-t:ce Day," and I do call upon all citi citizens
zens citizens to join in the celebration of that
d;iy. All merchants and other pro pro-pi
pi pro-pi ietors are requested to close their
places' of business between the hours
of 11 a. m. and 4 p. m., and lend their
laid so far as may be for making the
a :ebration of Armistice Day a suc success
cess success for Ocala and Marion county.
And be it known that inasmuch as
Ocala is the host of all the public who
vifit with us on that day, for all fes festivities,
tivities, festivities, I do call upon all citizens of
Ocala to manifest that spirit of cor cordial
dial cordial hospitality for which our city is
In witness whereof. I have hereunto
sec my hand as mayor of the city of
Ocala, this the 7th day of November,
in the year of our Lord one thousand
nine hundred and nineteen, and in the
ii. dependence of the United States the
cne hundred and forty-fourth.
J. E. Chace,
Mayor of the City of Ocala.
Attest: H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 10. A mild
blizzard in western Minnesota, east eastern
ern eastern North Dakota, South Dakota, Ne Nebraska
braska Nebraska and Colorado today greatly in interrupted
terrupted interrupted telephone and telegraph
service. There was heavy snow and
The Main Street Market will be
closed on Tuesday from 11 to 4 o'clock
and no deliveries will be made after
9-30 o'clock. 10-lt
Tin WiaHior Sharp is giving the
Day's Weather the. Up and Down.
WVn he finds where the Wind is, he
will o au write it down in his Diary,
v N-tv Ite has Complete Statistics for
evi vy day since Hector was a Pup. If
nn; i .ly ever discovers a use for old
Wither Reports, he will make a


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Discussion Between Delegates of Ger Germany
many Germany and Allies About
Protocol to Treaty
(Associated Press)
Paris, Nov. 10 Although today had
been set for a meeting of represen representatives
tatives representatives of the .Germans and the dele delegates
gates delegates of France, Great Britain and
lialy, to discuss the proposed protocol
to the German peace treaty, in which
the Germans were expected to bind
themselves to live up to the armistice
conditions, the discussion did not take
place. The Italian delegation, it de developed,
veloped, developed, was not ready for the con conference.
ference. conference. ALLIES WONT INTERFERE
The supreme council has decided
not to interfere with' the German
municipal elections now being held in
areas where plebiscites will be taken
under the peace treaty. It was decid decided,
ed, decided, however, that such elections were
in no way binding upon the Allies,
who will disregard them when final
settlement is made in the districts af affected.
Republican National Committeemen
from a Dozen States in
Session in Chicago
(Associated Press)
Chicago, Nov. 9. Republican na national
tional national committeemen from a dozen
states held an informal conference
here today and discussed plans for
tl-e presidential campaign of 1920.
National Chairman Hayes, who pre presided,
sided, presided, said the chief object of the con conference
ference conference was to make preliminary ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for the meeting of the
full committee next month in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, when the place for holding the
national convention will be chosen-
Rev. J. Weber Thompson of Palatka to
Speak Wednesday Evening
The Nation-Wide Awakening Cam Campaign
paign Campaign Committee of Graee Episcopal
church has secured Rev. J. Weber
Tl'ompson of Palatka, to address the
Ocala congregation Wednesday eve evening
ning evening of this week, at 7:45 o'clock. This
is the first out-of-town speaker to
visit the Ocala parish during the
campaign, and it is hoped that he will
be greeted by a large audience. Rev.
Thompson is a speaker of ability and
will have an interesting message for
thn members of Grace Episcopal
Yesterday morning, Mr. Dunaway
pieached from the text, "So then eve every
ry every one of us shall give an account of
himself to God." There was a large
congregation present as he told in
forceful terms how we all must give
an account of our time, money, words,
deeds and influence at the "Judgment
Bar of God."
At the night service the largest
congregation ever seen in the Metho Methodist
dist Methodist church heard a great gospel ser sermon
mon sermon from "The Wages of Sin is
Death, but the Gift of God is Eternal
I;fe Through Jesus Christ Our Lord."
Every available space was occupied.
People stood in the doors and at the
windows and some had to be turned
away. The preacher told of the
blighting influence of sin. Social sins,
sin of impurity, home wreckers, sin
of profanity, gambling. He said that
a gambler was a thief because he got
something for nothing. He showed
the evil of vulgar pictures. He pic pictured
tured pictured the whisky evil as the father of
crime. It was a timely sermonmd
there were many who stood for prayer
at the conclusion of the sermon.
Services every day this week at 10
a. m. and 7:30 p. m., unless there are
other announcements made.
The preaching is to the point and
the singing is inspiring. Everybody
is urged to attend the services and
help in the meeting. Reporter.
I am again at my old place of bus business
iness business on the Anthony road, where I
shall be pleased to attend to your car
repair work by appointment. Call
phone 393. 29-tf M. A. Bouvier.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 28C, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
J. H. Spencer, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.


Impression Gaining that Poland, the
Baltic States and Russia will
Reach an Agreement
(Associated Press)
Helsingfors, Nov. 9. The opinion
in political circles is held that the
Baltic states and Poland, at the con conference
ference conference being held at Dorpat, will
reach an agreement to invite the bol bolsheviki
sheviki bolsheviki to send representatives to
Dorpat to discuss peace.
They are to Report at the Metropoli Metropolitan
tan Metropolitan Bank Tuesday Morning to Give
in Their Names for Their Barbecue
at Hunter Park.
In the making of preparations for
Victory Day, many people thought the
colored boys had been forgotten. Not
so. They are to have their share of
the good things and their celebration
at Hunter Park. All colored ex ex-service
service ex-service men are requested to meet at
the Metropolitan Bank at 10 o'clock
Tuesday morning, in uniform if they
can, and give in their names so there
will be plenty provided for them.
They Can Lick Each Other's Bloody
Fur and Roar in Sympathy
Against Civilization
(Associated Press)
London, Nov. 10. Mustapha Kemal
Pasha, head of the nationalist Turk Turkish
ish Turkish government set up in Asia Minor,
has proposed an alliance with Nigolai
Lc-nine, Russian bolshevik premier,
accordin gto an Exchange Telegraph
dii-patch from Copenhagen.
(Associated Press)
Buenos Aires, Nov. 10. Advices to
the Colombian legation here report
the passage of a ratification treaty by
the Colombian congress of the provis provision
ion provision of adhesion to the leaeue of na
tions covenant.
(Associated Press)
Columbus, O.. Nov. 10. The fate of
the federal prohibition amendment
was made uncertain today as official
rfturns were tabulated at the office
of the secretary of state. Official
returns from eighty-six of the. eighty eighty-eight
eight eighty-eight counties at noon gave the drys a
lead of only fortv-five votes in favor
of the amendment.
(Associated Press)
London, Nov. 10 Great Britain hat
ro intention of opening peace nego negotiations
tiations negotiations with Lenine and Trotzky until
the house of commons has had an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to discuss the subject,
Bcnar Law, the government leader,
declared in the house of commons to today.
Our store will be closed tomorrow
from 11 to 4 o'clock. Please get your
orders to us not later than 9:30 o'clock
so that we can make odr deliveries
before we clase.
10-lt O. K. Teapot Grocery.
The following county offices will be
closed on Tuesday. Armistice Day,
November ltlh, 1919:
Clerk of the circuit court.
Superintendent Public Instruction.
County judge.
Tax collector. 8-2t
Tuesday, November 11th. being
Armistice Day, a legal holiday, the
undersigned banks will be closed.
Munroe & Chambliss Natl. Bank.
The Commercial Bank.
The Ocala National Bank. 2t
If you need a Hot Water Bottle, be
sure and get one of those bargains at
Gerig's Drug Store. $1.69 special
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If the soft coal miners don't look
out, they will be not strikers but
We are glad to see Bob Holly's
daily, the Sanford Herald. It's a live
and newsy sheet.
If the republicans will put up Wood
and the democrats Hoover, we will
have a good president, no matter
which party wins.
The Polk County Record has ab absorbed
sorbed absorbed the Bartow Courier-Informant,
and a very superior semi-weekly, un under
der under the name of the Record, is the re result.
sult. result. That Miami strike was called off.
There were a good many union men
who had sense enough to see they and
tKeir families would suffer as much
or more than anyone else.
The people of the United States
will have it decided for them this
week whether they will be governed
from Washington or Moscow. They
will not accept the lattter decision.
One reason we didn't park for a
coupla nights or so in Ocala was be
cause our experience has been that a
man who writes and talks as much
about it as Benjamin never knows
where to get another one next morn
ing. St. Augustine Record.
We could possibly have supplied
you with a night-cap and an eye-
opener, but if you wanted to take a
bath in the stuff, its just as well you
didn't come by.
President Lincoln Hulley of Stet
son is one of the most elusive as well
as energetic persons we ever heard
of Two or three weeks ago, when we
left our den for a few minutes one
day, he popped in, left his card and
his blessing and popped out. Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, he repeated the stunt. We should
like to see and converse with the doc
tor. He should spend the day in
Ocala, and let the Star know a week
ahead so it could call out a crowd to
meet him.
The Florida press should steadily
support the State Board of Health.
which is doing excellent work for our
commonwealth. Every time it does
anything to prevent disease, it saves
Papa Is having a Rough Time and is
Almost Sorry they got the Baby. Most
homes have a Baby some time. If
they didn't, the Furniture Polish peo people
ple people would Starve to Death. The Baby
speaks a Foreign Language when it ar arrives
rives arrives and so has mighty Rough Sled Sledding
ding Sledding for a While.

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tlie public as well as the individual
great expense. We have disagreed
with the board about leprosy, and we
have pretty good reason to believe
the most of the doctors in the state

have, but boards like individuals make ;
mistakes sometimes.
The Miami Herald is a fine paper,
but it is dreadfully inconsistent about
some things. The other day it was
tummyaking at the prospect which
never existed of America sending an
army to Asia Minor to defend the
Armenians. In Saturdays' issue, it
was tummyaking because the league
of nations would prevent America
from interfering in favor of Egypt
against Great Britain. In heavens-
name, why should the United States
interfere against Great Britain in
favor of Egypt? The Egyptians, for
twenty-four centuries didn't know
vhat liberty was until the British
took the heels of the Turk and the
Arab off their necks thirty-seven
years ago. Since then they have had
more individual freedom, better pro
tection for their rights and lighter
taxes than they had under their own
kings three thousand years ago. The
Herald doesn't want us to help an op op-piessed
piessed op-piessed people against the friends of
cui enemies, buit it wants us to be
friend a people that needs no friends
against our friends. Sometimes here
lately we think somebody has succeed
ed in putting over a little German
propaganda on the Herald. One. thing
is certain, and that is that if the peo
ple that are continually trying to stir
up America against Britain, and who
by the way are pretty much the peo people
ple people who three years ago were throw throwing
ing throwing fits at the idea of American boys
being killed to defend France, suc
ceeded in irritating America and Brit
ain into war, they will have ten times
as many American boys killed as the
Germans could kill, and will moreover
not only grievously hurt America but
America's best friend and staunchest
ally and inflict blows on the world's
greatest champions of freedom and
civilization that they will not recover
from in a century during which time
"kultur" and barbarism will have full
Florida lost one of its bravest,
brightest men when Claude L'Engle
died at his home in Jacksonville one
day last week. Mr. L'Engle did the
state a great service when he estab established
lished established a newspaper which exposed
and denounced corruption and mis
management in Florida public affairs.
He was elected congressman at large
by a great majority in 1912, and tried
to be as brave and. useful as a states statesman
man statesman as he had been as a journalist,
but ill health crippled him. The re reapportionment
apportionment reapportionment of the state in 1913
vas done by the politicians principally
with the idea of beating him; he be being:
ing: being: assigned a shoe-string district,
which included mostly counties un unfriendly
friendly unfriendly to him. It took all the small small-fry
fry small-fry politicians and some of the big
ones in the'state to defeat him. Most
of the time of late years he has re remained
mained remained in his home in Jacksonville,
held down by a painful malady which
he bore bravely. Marion county was
one of his strongholds in 1912. and
the Star held his banner high. May
eternal peace be with the soul of a
brave and brilliant man.
There is more truth than poetry in
thi? following old story, which the
Polk County Record is helping on
probably its twentieth journey: "A
preacher came at a newspaper man in
thi sway: 'You editors do not tell the
truth. If you did you could not
live; your newspapers would be fail failures.'
ures.' failures.' The editor replied: 'You are
right, and the minister who will at
all times and under all circumstances
tell the whole truth about his mem members,
bers, members, alive or dead, will not occupy
his pulpit more than one Sunday, and
then he will find it necessary to leave
town in a hurry. The press and the
pulpit go hand in hand with white whitewash
wash whitewash brushes and pleasant words,
magnifying little virtues into big
ones. The pulpit, the pen, and the
gravestone are the great saint-making
The little controversy about wheth whether
er whether the ex-service men should wear or
not wear their uniforms Tuesday
seems to have been based on one sen sentence
tence sentence in the invitation to attend,
which said, "The boys are not asked
tc wear uniforms." This meant exact exactly
ly exactly what it said, which was that the
beys should wear their uniforms if
they wanted to, but didn't have to if
they didn't. The reason was that if
Tuesday is a hot day, the uniforms
may be uncomfortable, and some of
the men might prefer to wear civil civilian
ian civilian clothes anyhow, and so they are
to wear what they please. Don't let
any ex-service man worry about his
uniform. Let him wear what he
pleases if he was one of Uncle Sam's
beys he will be welcome in a hickory hickory-stripe
stripe hickory-stripe shirt and blue overalls.
The following county offices will be
closed on Tuesday, Armistice Day,
November ltlh, 1919:
Clerk of the circuit court.
Superintendent Public Instruction.
County judge.
Tax collector. 8-2t
Tuesday, November 11th. being
Amistice Day, a legal holiday, the
undersigned banks will be closed.
Munroe & Chambliss Natl. Bank.
The Commercial Bank.
The Ocala National Bank. 2t


Our esteemed contemporary the
Miami Herald comes back at us about
i lorida, and says we do not know any anything
thing anything about history, and quotes Rid Ridpath
path Ridpath to prove that Spain joyfully sold
Florida to the United States. The
Herald says: "It is true that during
the Spanish occupation General Jack Jackson
son Jackson invaded the state in his war
against the Seminoles of Alabama
and took possession of St. Marks and
lVnsacola. But his acts were dis disavowed
avowed disavowed by the United States govern government
ment government and the general was withdrawn
from the territory. According to Rid--ath,
the Spanish king, believing that
it would be too costly to protect Flor Flor-ica
ica Flor-ica from the British and others, pro proposed
posed proposed to cede the territory to the
United States, and in 1819 a treaty
by which the whole of Florida and the
outlying islands were ceded to the
United States."
Now here is what Ridpath says:
"lhe enemies of Gen. Jackson con condemned
demned condemned him in unmeasured terms, but
the president and Congress sustained
him. A resolution of censure intro introduced
duced introduced into the House of Represen Representatives
tatives Representatives was voted down by a large
majority. Seeing that the defense of
such a province would cost more than
it was worth, the Spanish monarch
proposed to cede the territory to the
United States."
You will observe by this that in instead
stead instead of Ridpath saying the acts of
Jackson were disavowed by his gov government,
ernment, government, that the president and Con Congress
gress Congress sustained him, and the infer inference
ence inference is that Spain prefered selling
Florida to the United States for a
comparatively small sum of money to
fjfhting for it. The Herald says the
''Spanish king believing it would be
too costly to protect Florida from the
Biitish-and others," but the British
gave Florida back to Spain in 1783
ard made no attempt to take it again;
in fact, Britain knew that an attempt
t take Florida would bring on war
with the United States. President
Monroe, under whose administration
Florida passed into che possession of
the United States in 1821,. announced
the Monroe Doctrine in 1823, and the
said doctrine received the approval of
the British government thru its prime
minister Charming soon after. The
American edition of the Encyclopedia
Britannica, probably the most accu-
late and impartial history every pub published,
lished, published, says: "In 1819, a treaty for the
cession of Florida to the United
Slates was concluded at Washington,
and in 1821 was reluctantly ratified
by the king of Spain."
Now, Friend Herald, who knows so
much about history?
Ocala Chapter No. 29. O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Isabel Wesson, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every JHonday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the Castle Hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. W. Stripling, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. 15
meets the first and third Monday eve evening
ning evening in each month in the Odd Fel Fellows'
lows' Fellows' hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. W. T. Whitley, N. G.
Eloise Bouvier, Secretary.
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
W. W. Stripling, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
R. A. M. CHAPTER No. 13
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the first
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
H. O. Cole, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
J. H. Spencer, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the old Star office building at seven
o'clock Florida time. This will be 8
o'clock Eastern or Ocala time. A
warm welcome always extended to
visiting brothers.
II. R. Luffman, N. G.
Jake Brown, Secretary.


Paula walked the length of the room
and stood peering through the lacy
fineness of the curtains. Her hus husband's
band's husband's car was at the door; presently
he would come with his easy stride
down the white stone steps of the en entrance.
trance. entrance. Ills going each morning and
his return at night were the events
of Paula's day. Nothing else held for
her the absorbing Interest of this pass passing
ing passing glance of her husband's face and
Her violet eyes would widen wist wistfully,
fully, wistfully, or would overflow with tears, as
she sat for moments after his depart departure.
ure. departure. Sometimes her eager hoping was
rewarded by a covert glance In her
hidden direction, but oftener her hus husband
band husband passed on, resolutely aloof.
"How long was It to go on, she won wondered
dered wondered sadly, "this tragedy of the
closed doorT"
In unspoken understanding they had
accepted their solitary living apart apartments
ments apartments upon either side of the long hall
leading through the old mansion. This
was after the blow had fallen, destroy destroying
ing destroying hope of happiness.
Paula, at first, had believed that In Injured
jured Injured pride was responsible for her
sufferings; then came the heart-breaking
realization of her love for David.
Always, it seemed, she had loved him
and had not known. How could she
have been so blind? Why, her lips had
overflowed continually In snatches of
joyous song as she moved about In
her new home, and David's. Every
gown she selected had been with a
thought of pleasing David ; Indeed, ev every
ery every thought had been for him. She
had not known the meaning of It all,
because the fancy of an old Infatua Infatuation
tion Infatuation still possessed her.
She had been but a school girl when
Teddy Van came courting. Opposition
upon her parents side but added to
determination upon hers to be Teddy's
wife. He was a lovable youth, his very
poverty gained for him her champion championship.
ship. championship. And 'when affairs between the
two promised to become serious,
Paula's mother, In defense, presented
David Burns Irreproachable, success successful
ful successful man of the world.
Indignantly at first, then stubbornly,
Paula refused his attentions. Teddy
was furious that another man should
think of his Paula. Teddy told her to
"hold out" against him and all would
be well. But In some unaccountable
way, when Teddy had been for some
time absent, Paula, overwhelmed by
her mother's Importunities, and Influ Influenced
enced Influenced by David Burn's persistence,
had married him, in a blaze of so society
ciety society glory.
Teddy was forgotten In the happy
months which followed. Old Dad
alone was still concerned, fearful lest
mother's persuasions had been unwise
ly forced where love held sway.
The blow which had severed Paula's
happiness came in a well-meant letter
from mother a letter assuring Paula
that her Judgment In the choice of a
husband for her daughter had been
roost wise.
"In your splendid hdme, with your
fine social position,' wrote mother,
"you will realize that the love for
Teddy Van, which seemed to you so
serious, was after all not the only thing
worth having." And David had read
that letter there was the tragedy.
He had opened it while Paula was
out of town. Bis mother-in-law had
intended paying them a visit, as she
hud purposed, and was writing, advis advising
ing advising them when to meet her at the sta station.
tion. station. David desired to know the time
of meeting, and read Instead of his
wife's deception.
When Paula returned he had faced
her with the accusation of love for
another man while marrying him for
material benefit. And poor Paula, be believing
lieving believing herself In the truth of his ac accusation,
cusation, accusation, could but turn dumbly from
the hurt of her husband's eyes.
It was later, through days of banish banishment
ment banishment from his presence, that full
knowledge came to her of her own
deep love for him. But David had left
her on the night of condemnation.
"If your love Is not mine, neither
are you mine, Paula, he had said, and
then, resolutely, he had closed the
door the only door which gave pas passage
sage passage through the hall. Since then they
had lived silently apart, unchanged
only In the eyes of the world. And
Paula, knowing the bitterness of the
blow she had dealt David's great love,
could still find no way to open the door
his will had closed.
She was In the long room at twi twilight
light twilight again, eager for her glimpse of
her husband's coming. Upon the table
she found a letter addressed In her
father's flowing hand.
"Old dad Is coming to see you. girl,
she read. "Can't seem to rest easy
In my mind about that matrimonial
venture of yours got to come and find
out if you and that husband of yours
are as happy as mother thinks you are.
Got to know for sure, because the doc doctor
tor doctor says I won't be here long. Pve had
a sort of stroke and Well. I can't
leave you, girl, until I'm sure you're
happy. I'll be with you tomorrow.
With a little cry, Paula ran and
slipped the letter under the closed
door. Tears were upon her cheeks,
and as she waited breathlessly the
door swuns wide: her husband stood
before her, the letter In his hand.
"For old dnd's sake. Paula." he said
sadly. But I 'aula was in his arms.
"For my ake. too. David," she cried.
Did's letter was the key to open the
dor. Imt I I l"v you. David!"
And. !..king Into her eyes, he knew

1 the truth.

No charg? for delivery of casket anywhere day or night.
Licensed Em balm era
Office Phone 10 Night Phones 225 or 423

Let us quote you prices
on a Monument or Head Headstone
stone Headstone to mark the last rest resting
ing resting place of your loved
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before the war
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during the war
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If Everything Was As
Cheap As Our lee
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 yoa
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had.
Ocala Ice & PacMog Co

We always handle the best fresh meat to be
had and our prices are always the lowest.

Round Steak
Loin Steak
Stew Meat

Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc



Best Pork Chops 80c
I Pork Sausage 25c


Let U3 vulcanize all of your old used
tii-es which can possibly be saved in
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
tire account.
Ok Law aha Ave Ocala, FLa.
Oca la, Florida
We can furnish you with the
Ocala, Florida.
Bring your carf to
Baxter & Grubbs
Gar ape
for the best and quickest
We repair all makes of
We wash, polish and
pull in cars from any dis distance.
tance. distance. Open 6 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Tompkins' Stable Corner
We Buy and Sell
Second Hand Cars
Shop Phone 516
Resident Phone 536
Cards on the Table
You can't make any stor
age battery last forever
that's a fact.
You've got to keep it filled
with water and test it, just
Eke a tire has to be kept filled
with air, or it will cost you
Some day if you have an
ordinary battery it's sure
to have to be re-insulated, no
matter who made it.
But if youllbuy a Wil Wil-lard
lard Wil-lard Battery with Thread Threaded
ed Threaded Rubber Insulation
youH get clear away from
the biggest cause of battery
troubles. The insulation will
probably last as long as the
Drop in and ask us any
question you can think o
We're here to give you the
kind of help, service and.
advice that make friends.
20 North Main Street. m Phone 348
Ocala Florida


If you have any society items for
the Star, please phone five-two-three.
Miss Frances Tarver is capably as assisting
sisting assisting at the Nitro-Phospho Corpor Corporation
ation Corporation office.
We hope the water wagon "will come
out early in the morning tomorow,
not late tomorrow afternoon.
Mrs. L. W Ponder returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from a delightful visit of several
week to relatives in Atlanta.
Mrs. T. M. Curington of Wildwood,t
was the week-end guest of Mr3.
George Close at her suburban home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Martin, promi prominent
nent prominent residents of Tampa, have return returned
ed returned to that city after several days
spent in Ocala.
Dr. II. W. Henry left yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon to attend the Southern Medi Medical
cal Medical Association, which convenes this
week in Asheville.
Mrs. Clinton Richard of tSarke ar arrived
rived arrived in Ocala yesterday and is the
guest of Mrs. J. E. Chace at her resi residence
dence residence on Fort King avenue.
H. H. Summerlin, shoe and boot re repairing.
pairing. repairing. Masters block west of court courthouse,
house, courthouse, 201& Magnolia St. I carry ma material
terial material for all work. 6-lm
Mrs. A. L. Quaintance is expected
to arrive in Ocala from Washington
Wednesday, to spend the winter with
her sister, JVIrs. W. T. Gary.
The friends in this city of Dr. Ben
Todd of Atlanta will rejoice with him
and his wife over the arrival of a fine,
nine-pound boy at his home.
Mr. Paul Brinson arrived home yes yesterday
terday yesterday from Norfolk, Va., and is
contemplating entering the law de department
partment department at the university at an early
Mrs. J. L. Dampier, after several
weeks spent at High Springs, has re returned
turned returned to Ocala, where she makes her
homes with her daughter, Mrs. E. L.
Mr. W. M. Martin and Miss Sarah
Pearl Martin returned Saturday night
fiom DeLand, where they have been
spending some time with their aunt,
Mrs. J. R. Williamson.
Miss Mildred Brown, an attractive
young lady from Tupelo, Miss., has
returned to her home after a several
months delightful visit to the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin H. Brown.
Mr. H. M. Hampton, a former
valued citizen of Ocala, now practic practicing
ing practicing his profession in Miami, arrived
in the city yesterday and is being
warmly greeted by his host of friends.
Special sale of Hot Water Bags
and Fountain Syringes at Gerig's
Drug Store. $2 value for $1.69 while
they last. 1-tf
Mrs. Emily Green and Miss Josie
Williams left today on the noon train
for Tampa to attend the U. D. C.
convention, being the delegates from
Ocala representing Dickison Chap Chapter.
ter. Chapter. Miss Mildred Davidson of Clarks Clarksburg,
burg, Clarksburg, W. Va., is the guest of Miss
Ethel Horne for a few days, having
arrived yesterday from Daytona,
where with her parents she is spend spending
ing spending the winter.
Mrs. M. A. Stovall returned home
Saturday night after a delightful
motor trip down the east coast as the
guest of her son, Mr. W. O. Stovall
and family. Mrs. Stovall came by
train from Plant City.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brush and two
sons of Gainesville were visitors to
Ocala yesterday. This family lived in
Ocala several years ago, when Mr.
Brush had charge of the ready-to-wear
department of Frank's store.
Dr. W. F. Yocum, who has spent the
past two weeks in Jacksonville, where
he was treated by an eye specialist,
returned to Ocala yesterday, his
daughter, Mrs. W. T. Gary having
gone to Jacksonville last week to ac accompany
company accompany him home.
Mrs. T. I. Arnold arrived Saturday
from Jacksonville to join her husband
at the residence of Mrs. H. B. Clark Clark-son,
son, Clark-son, where they will be located for the
winter. Mr. Arnold has been under
treatment at the hospital a few days,
but is improving.
Motoring to Ocala yesterday from
Gainesville were Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
McCollum and their guests, Mrs.
Theo Hudgins and Miss Catherine
Hudgins of Jacksonville. Bert Bowyer
of Lakeland, a student of the univer university,
sity, university, and Mrs. McCollum's mother,
Mrs. LaFontisee.
The Temple Theater was crowded
Saturday night, the patrons, with one
or two exceptions who must have had
a grouch so firmly ingrown that noth nothing
ing nothing could reach it, being heartily
pleased with the picture' "Better
T?mes." The spirit of optimism, cheer cheerfulness
fulness cheerfulness and hope contained in the pic picture
ture picture would seem to inspire everyone
tj better endeavor, the play being
filled with humorous situations while

(unfolding an admirable plot. Za Su
I Pitts is a comedienne of high merit
(and in the role of Nancy the plucky
land spunky daughter of a grouchy

hotel keeper, was at her best, and the
way in which she managed the an ancient
cient ancient Ford caused the query to arise
in the mind as to what might happen
to a 1020 model in her hands.
The friends of the Byrd family in
this city have received the following
"Mr. Alvin Wesley Bates announces
the marriage of his sister, Olive
Sophia, to Mr. Edgar Courtney Bird
Jr., on Wednesday, October the 29th,
nineteen hundred and nineteen, New
York City."
Teh bridegroom in this marriage is
well-known in Ocala, where he was
brought up. He is a son of Mr. E. C.
Bird, who for years held a position
vith the old S. S., O. & G., and later
was in the insurance business. He and
his family had many friends here.
Young Bird was in the navy four
years, and his marriage closely fol followed
lowed followed his discharge. His boy and girl
friends, now men and women, wish
all happiness for him and his wife.
The many friends in Ocala of Mrs.
J. W. Rowntree, formerly Miss Marie
van Engelken, will be interested to
know that her husband is getting
along splendidly in his profession as
laboratory physician and Roentgen X-
ray specialist. He went to Waterloo,
Iowa, less than two years ago as a
perfect stranger and now owns the
laboratories of the medical society,
keeps two assistants, owns three X X-ray
ray X-ray outfits in the two hospitals and
his office and lately bought a large
quantity of radium, making tests and
analyses for physicians and hospitals
within a radius of sixty miles.
The many frieifds of Mr. and Mrs.
T C. Clayton and family will regret
to hear of sickness in their family.
Mr. Everett Clayton is seriously ill,
hrving been brought home from
Gainesville Saturday. Mrs. Clayton,
who went to accompany her son home
is now in bed, and Miss Ida Belle
Clayton, is also indisposed. The Star
trusts to soon hear more encouraging
ntws from them.
Mrs. E. L. Carney of Ocala will be
oi'.e of the prominent visitors in the
city during the U. D. C. convention,
and will be entertained by Mrs. J. T.
Park at her home on Plant avenue for
the week, and for several days follow following.
ing. following. Mrs. Park also will have as her
guest, her cousin, Mrs. Park Tram Tram-mell
mell Tram-mell of Washington, D. C, who will
airive Thursday for a visit of several
weeks. Tampa Tribune.
The members of the visiting com committee
mittee committee of the Nation-Wide Awakening
campaign are out this afternoon calling-
on the members of the Episcopal
church. Tomorrow afternoon at four
o'clock at the rectory they will hold a
meeting to help plan for the success
of the campaign, and all who are in interested
terested interested are invited to be present.
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Pyles returned
Saturday night from Batesburg, S. C,
where they went to attend the funeral
of their daughter, Mrs. Lorenzo Cul Cul-lum.
lum. Cul-lum. Mr. and Mrs. Pyles were accom accompanied
panied accompanied home by Master Lorenzo Cul Cul-lum,
lum, Cul-lum, who expects to make his home
with his grandparents.
Mrs. Maude Horne is anticipating
a visit from her friend, Mrs. H. A.
Smith of Gastonia, N. C, who will ar arrive
rive arrive the latter part of the week. Mrs.
Smith, with a party of friends, will
attend the U. D. C. general convention
in Tampa this week, and will pay this
visit to Mrs. Horne while her friends
visit Cuba.
Ocala welcomes as new residents,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ball and baby of
Jacksonville, they having arrived in
the city last Saturday. They were
accompanied by Mrs. Nolan, the lat-
ter's mother, who will be their guest
for some. time. Mr. and Mrs. Ball
have apartments at the residence of
Mrs. T.-H. Wallis.
Rev. Mr. Conoley. who delivered an
address at the Temple yesterday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, motored from Gainesville ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. P. G.
Murphy. Mr. Murphy spent several
days in Ocala last month and made a
number of friends here who will be
interested in learning that he will in
all probability locate in Ocala.
Mrs. Napoleon Hickman will arrive
tomorrow afternoon after a summer
spent in Delaware and New York city.
She with her two granddaughters,
Misses Marie and Dorothy Hickman,
will make their home at the residence
of Mrs. K. M. Brinkley, having rented
the lower floor.
I am now prepared to renovate your
mattresses, pillows, etc. Call phone
112. Corner Oklawaha avenue and
Orange street, just west of Frank'f
store, tf J, E. DREW.
Solve your gift problems with pho photographs.
tographs. photographs. Make the appointment to to-dcy
dcy to-dcy its none too early.
Over Fishers Store, Ocala, Fla. 76t
W. ft. Lane, M. D Physician ana
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf

An Exception.
FIrst Impressions are always last lasting,
ing, lasting, they say," began the bothersome
"Oh, I guess not," horned In the fel fellow
low fellow who usually begs to differ. "My
dentist took half a dozen impressions
of my gums before he built me this
here chewing outfit."
Ascum I wonder what's become of
that kid who stood on the burning
deck eating peanuts by the peck?
Tellum Oh, he's probably got a
nephew who stand? on a burning hot
sidewalk selling them three for a
The Mechanical Existence.
"You don't seem to have as much
trouble -with horse thieves as in the
old days."
"No," siphed Cactus Joe. MAlnt It
awful how the automobile has took the
poetry out of life?"
All Atone by Itself.
"Experience Is the best teacher, you
know," launched out the chronic brom bromldist.
ldist. bromldist. "Oh, yes, it's absolutely the only one
when It comes to learning to smoke."
The Reason.
"There Is a great deal of atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere about dear Gwendoline's let letters."
ters." letters." "Why, Is she sending them by the
air route?"
Getting His Share.
" Taln't manners to talk while you's
eatin'," said Miss Miami Brown.
"No." answered Mr. Rastus Pinkley
"an wif food scarce like It Is, tain
good judgment, either."
A Rope of Pearls.
Mrs. Myles Dou't pearls come In
Mrs. Styles Sometimes. But I like
em better when they come in ropes."
The Idea.
"How queerly that hen is acting.
Do you think she Is hatching a plot?"
"I rather think she Is plotting a
A Prudent Precaution.
That politician says he has divorced
himself from politics."
"Then you may; be sure he has se secured
cured secured alimony."
Physical Impossibility.
"There cannot be many rumors in
this place."
-Why not?"
"Because the atmosphere is so close."
"What did your motorist friend do
with the muffler you worked for him?"
"I tfelnk he automatically cut It out."
J. II. Spencer

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.


SPENCER & PEDRICK, Proprietors.
When Better Automobiles Are Built fcuick Will Build Them

Ocklawaha Avenue

We have taken the Ocala agency for the Samson
Tires and Tubes which are well known as one of the
highest grade make on the market. They are guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed for 5000 miles. Note the prices:

Size Plain Non-Skid Tube Size Plain Non-Skid Tube
30x:j ...Sll.oO $12.50 ?3.00 3ix4 ...S2G.00 $23.00 $5.75
30x3... 10.00 17.00 3.00 35x4 ... 28.00 30.00 6.00
ClxriU... 18.00 19.00 3.75 3(.x4 ... 31.00 32.00 6.20
:x32... 20.00 21.00 4.00 34x4... 32.00 33.00 6.50
34x32... 22.00 23.00 4.C0 3Tx4... 33.00 34.00 6.75
31x4 ... 23.00 24.00 4.75 36x4... 34.00 35.00 6.90
32x4 ... 2S.00 25.00 5.00 35x5' ... 35.00 38.00 7.00
33x4 ... 25.00 2G.00 5.50 37x5 ... 38.00 40.00 7.20

121 VV. Broadway phone 23s Ocala, Florida

Our ham sale was such a suc success
cess success that we. have ordered another
thousand pounds and will let this
lot go at
qB(Q)(E pound
Kingam's ReMaMe
Ara&oor's ttar
Net iveiglit marked on every ham, 8 to 12 lb
average. Get yours today, this Is a bargain.

Large Cask of DILL
O .Ju
The Kendrick exhibits for the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Fair are requested to be
brought to Standard Lime Company
at Kendrick not later than Nov. 15th.
J. M. Fennell.
How about a first class moulded
Fountain Syringe at the low price of
?1.G9. Gehrig's Drug Store. 1-tf



Acetylene Welding Our

and Osceola St.


PICKLES Just Opend
16 and 174

The best winter hog and cow pas pasture
ture pasture is rye, rape and oats. At Ocala
Seed Store. lS-tf

Veterinai', Physician and Surgeon
. Phone 38 M
Ocala Florida

W. R. Pedrlclc
Ocala, Florida


REMEMBER: One out cixf1
of every five persons has rv.0
defective eyes. You may
be that one. jwV
Optometrist and Optician.
Eyesight Specialist

Everything is ready for the big oc

casion tomorrow.

Mr. Arthur Williams is again with
us after a short business visit down



LATEST LOCALS igsh the la"er a famous dish the
j recipe for which was handed down to

Mi. Gates, it is said, from Osceola's
head cook. It had everything good in

it and Mr. Gates is said to have im-

proved it. Mr. Gates began his work j

early this morning and will be stead-
Wxr 7Mlr until trM-m st wir ninlii TJ I

'j v ui ix until iviuuiiun uiguk. lie
wouldn't pull off such a stretch for'
i i i I

anyDoay Dut tne ooys.

Mr. C. V. Miller of Tampa is spend spending
ing spending a short time in the city attending
to business matters.

By Ex-Service Man

Prices Reasonable

Work Guaranteed
CALL 438

The Main Street Market will be
CiOsed on Tuesday from 11 to 4 o'clock

and no deliveries will be made after

9:30 o'clock. 10-lt


The Temple attractions today are
Taylor Holmes in "A Regular Fel Fel-and
and Fel-and an L-Ko. comedy.
Judge W. S. Bullock is in Inverness
this week, holding court. Messrs. R.
B. Bullock and T. S. Trantham are
also there on legal matters.
The Temple attractions today are
Taylor Holmes in "Aa Regular Fel Fellow,"
low," Fellow," and one of those jolly L-Ko.

Iclvcr & MacKay

PHONES 47. ICi. 385

Michelin and

! Tires and Tubes





Miss Annie Davis will compliment
Miss Irma Blake, the popular bride bride-elect
elect bride-elect of the 18th, on Wednesday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, with a miscellaneous shower.
Judge E. P. Thomas and Mr. Ecody
Thomas of Evansville, Ala., will re return
turn return to their homes this afternoon
after an exceedingly pleasant visit to
their cousin, Mr. J. M. Thomas.
I bought one gross Hot Water Bags

and Fountain Syringes while at the
Rexall conventio nin Boston. They are
now on sale at the low price of $1.69.
We invite your inspection. Gerig's

Drug Store. 1-tf

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lloyd of
Jacksonville (but Ocala still claims
them) returned to their new home

Sunday after a two days' visit in the


Major R. L. Anderson has been ap

pointed officer for the day for tomor

row by Mayor Chace. He will have
command of the military police and

have general supervision of all mat


Mrs. M. A. Bostick received a tele telegram
gram telegram today announcing the good news
that her son. Leslie Bostick, would ar arrive
rive arrive this afternoon over the Seaboard.
This is Leslie's first visit home since
joining the army four years ago and

his rm.ny friends are rejoicing over

the prospect of having him once more

at home. He comes direct from Doug-

as, Arizona, having filled the office of

regimental supply sergeant of the

First Cavalry very efficiently.

Among the best pleased in the

crowd at the matinee Saturday, to
see the comic and the big feature

Fetter Times," were between thirty

and forty of the scholars at the in

dustrial school. They were Manager

Bennett's guests at the show, which

they much enjoyed. They walked inj

from the school, and after the show

and some ice cream at the Court

Pharmacy, walked home again, as
happy a crowd of girls as you could

see anywhere.

The Main Street Market will be

closed on Tuesday from 11 to 4 o'clock
and no deliveries will be made after
9:30 o'clock. 10-lt

Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.


Arrival and Departure of passenger
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
Leave Arrive
J :20 am Jacksonville-New York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pro
2:15 am Tampa-Manatee-
St. Petersburg 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:25 pm Ti.mpa-St. Petersburg 4:05 pm
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm J'cksonvllle-New York 3:15 am.
1:45 pm. J'ksonville-G'inesville 3:35 pm.
:42 am. J'ksonvllle-G'nesville 10:13 pm.
3:15 am. St. Fet'sbrg-L&keland 2:12 ara
3:35 pm St Pet'sburg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wilcox
7.40 am. Du'nellon-L.'keland 11:03 pm
5:25 pm. Homosassa 1:35 pm
10:13 pm. Lesburg 6:42 am
-45pm. Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday. Wednesday. Friday.
Tuaaday. Thursday. Saturday.

Sites, Burns, Bruises, Cuts, Old Sores,
Jczema and
B3 0-a Si n g Oil
It soothes, disinfects anil heals. Keep a
Ottle. always ready. Ask. your dealer for it.
"CoPytvc Co., MffiT'

WANTED A lady companion to
make home with elderly lady. Suitable
terms. Address BOX 135 or "F," care

of Star. 10-6t

Patriotic Mack Taylor will run his

handsome bus tomorrow, from 11 a.
m. to 3 or 4 p. m., from the Court
Pharmacy corner to the fair grounds.
Rides free for service men and their
best girls. Nobody else allowed to


Miss Nellie Gottlieb returned Sat Saturday
urday Saturday to her home in Lakeland after
a series of visit with her Ocala
friends. Miss Gottlieb was the honoree

at numerous social affairs while on
her visit to her old home here, where

she was always very popular.

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Redding and
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Landrum will

leave Jacksonville today in Mr. Red

ding's car for Tampa, where Mrs.
Redding and Mrs. Landrum will at

tend the U. D. C. general convention,

while Mr. Redding and Mr. Landrum

are attending to business affairs.


That famous out-of-door cook, John

M Gates, is at the fair erounds. ore

paring the barbecue and the gooli-

See Me
For All Classes Of
Stone, Brick, Wood,
and Concrete

; Building

i J. D. McCasMll i

I Contractor
I Phone 446. 728 Wenon St.

Life Insurance

The kind that insures,
Against want in old age,
Against raises in premium

. The Prudential kind :
See Ditto at once

F. W. Ditto.

FOR RENT Two furnished rooms,
two blocks from Arms House. Apply
to E. A. Mayo. 20 Herbert street, or

HAT EXCHANGED The party whoj
took my hat by mistake, please re- j

turn to Rhemauers and get yours.

Taken from Methodist church Sunday
morning. 10-3t
WANTED Thoroughly reliable and
honest boy to work in store before and
after school hours. Must have bicycle.
Apply to A. E. Gerig, the Specialty
Shop. 8-3t
LOST Scotch collie dog; white and
yellow with white running down nose;

had on a leather collar; answers to
name of "Dick." Reward for return.
Notify L. T. Craft, at R. H. Todd
l umber Co. Phone 223. 8-3t

WANTED To meet some one that
has real game chickens that can
knock the feathers off of. Tremere's
so-called game stags, roosters, cocks,
etc. Address, R. U. A. Cocker, care the
Star office. 10-4t

Service on your Maxwell can be had by bringing it to me. Any
troubles of the entire Electrical System quickly remedied.
All General Repair Work on this make of car is my SPECIALTY
Yunge Blk., Cor. Ft. King Ave. and Osceola SL.LE. YONCE, Prop.

Both smiliner and the crirl blushine.

Mr. Otis M. Watson and Miss Mary
Letitia Schlatre emersred from the

county judge's office todav. where theT

had procured a license for their wed

ding Wednesday. The groom is a fine-

locking young man, one of our ex-

soldier boys, and the bride-to-be a

pretty and charming young lady.

Say, Mr. Civilian, if an M. P. to to-morow
morow to-morow asks you to do something or
not to do something, be a good sport,
make believe you are a soldier and
comply. A year ago. some of those
boys were doing M. P. duty in sound
and range of the German guns.
There will be the usual hog sale at
the Chambliss siding tomorrow. While
it is presumable that most people will
be in town for the celebration, some
may bring hogs, and Mr. Chambliss
will not run the risk of anybody be being
ing being disappointed.
Walkley and Bullock had their store
open Saturday night and did a good

FOR SALE One six-foot oak finish finished
ed finished wall case. The Weihe Co., Ocala
Jewelers. 8-3t

The Ocala High School football
team was beaten at Lake City Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, but the boys put up a good fight.
This team has never met any but old older,
er, older, better practiced boys, and if it
ever meets a crowd in its own class it
will eat it up.

Our store will be closed tomorrow
from 11 to 4 o'clock. Please get your
orders to us not later than 9:30 o'clock
so that we can make our deliveries
before we clase.
10-lt O. K. Teapot Grocery.
Rye, rape and oats. Get our prices
before buying. Ocala Seed Store, tf

7 S I

f T "7 .4 .' i

STOCK W Ti'f U. 3. GCYlRN.hiNT


BUY W.3.S.

I 1111


Ocala, Florida.

We are now prepared to give demonstrations
in the popular
to show its many new and striking features.
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel. Phone 193

Tommy Teacher licked a boy In
school today for whispering.
His Mother That was all right.
Tommy Tea; but he hollered 20
times louder than he whispered.

Not Always.
"Dlatanc lcmia ncha.ntment
To the tiw."
Exception, thoufh of pay day
TUa't true.

The Part of Prudence.
"Here are the courts continually
ruling that a wife has the right to go
through her husband's pockets."
Well, how do you suppose any
court could enforce any other ruling?"

The Way of Life.
The thoughtful girls are those who
make life worth while."
"Yes, but It Is giggly ones who get
married first."

Paradoxical Boast.
"Through staying at home, he boasts
that he is doing his full duty."
"Oh, that full duty business is only
aa empty boast."

Chazal & Sons Co. 5-6t

WANTED Carpenters, at Lough Lough-man,
man, Lough-man, Fla. Construction crate mill.
Wages $G for carpenters, helper car car-pentres
pentres car-pentres 4.50 to $5. Apply to Charles
Ryar, Loughman, Fla. 5-6t

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

VOOD I am now prepared to deliver
good dry heart pine wood in 14-inch

lengths at $2 per strand. Phone orders
to No. 125. Sidney F. Thompson, lm
AGENTS WANTED To demonstrate
Save-Gas Tablets; must have auto automobile;
mobile; automobile; big money for the hustler.
Gasoline at 2 cents per gallon. Send
$1 for trial can enough for 100 gal gallons
lons gallons of gasoline. Write Wm. Kohler,
33rd St. and 14th Ave., Tampi, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 29-lm
WOOD Phone 146 for all lenghths
oak or pine wood; thoroughly season seasoned.
ed. seasoned. Special price on quantity orders.
Piit in your winter supply now.
Smoak's Wood Yard. 15-tf




Wiome 296

Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc




FOR SALE Nice residence in good
neighborhood. Bargain at $3800. Easy
terms. Apply to P. O. Box 575. 6-m

FOR SALE (Wood Cut to Order.)
Reduce the high cost of keeping com comfortable
fortable comfortable this winter by buying your
wood cut ready to burn direct from
the producer, thereby saving the
profits of the city wood yard. Orders
rilled anywhere in the city. Phone
33 M. C. P. Howell, Ocala. 4-m

B. G O L D M A M 9

Coffins and Caskefs,
Furniture, Etc.
Day Phone 253 ftirjht Phones 511 and 395
Opposite Court House. Ocala Fla.

Jacksonville, Florida.

In the heart of the city with Hemminy Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in eark room Dining room service is
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per t,er person to $6.



WANTED10,000 bushels of pea

nuts at once. Can use any variety.'
T 1 A

we aiso warn your iurs, maes, wool,
seed cotton, etc. Ocala Exchange and
Hide Co., N. Magnolia St., Carmich Carmich-ael
ael Carmich-ael building. See the wildcat in the
large office rooms, overlooking corner
of two business streets, and conven convenient
ient convenient to pdstoffice. Apply to Dr. D. M.

FOR SALE Practically new roll top
desk and bed room suite. Call phone
344. 8-6t
W ANTED To buy or rent, farm
direct from owner for 1920. Address
J. W. Baker, 301 Piez Ave., Hilton
Village, Va. 8-8t

WANTED Salesman to handle good
territory. Singer Sewing Machine
Company, Gainesville, Fla. 7-5t
TOUND Boy's coat on street. Own Owner
er Owner can have same by calling at Star
office and paying for this ad. 8-3t
WANTED To rent or buy, go-cart
or baby carriage. State price, etc. Ad Address
dress Address P. O. V. 46. Belleview, Fla. 73t

FOR SALE: Twenty-five choice
game stags, ready to trim and walk;
all bred to fly in the fastest company.
Three dollars each while they last.
Tremere, Belleview, Fla. 7-6t
AUTO BARGAINS Call and see our
used cars at bargains. One Buick
six, 18 model; one Ford touring car;
one Maxwell touring car; one Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet roadster. The Ocala Iron
Works. 4-tf
should use PHOSLIME in connection
v ith other fertilizers which they are
now using. Call on the John Dozier
Company, Ocala, for the PHOSLIME
booklet and information how to use
1'JIOSLIME to the best advantage,
and save money on fertilizers. PHOS PHOSLIME
LIME PHOSLIME is a Marion county Soft Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate product and is used extensively
in South Atlantic states aa well as
.New England and the Northern
states. Try this home product and
save money ,and increase your profits.
1 1-6-1 m

I n

ZE S T F U L and sparkling
Orange-Crush tempts
the thirst and allays it com completely
pletely completely refreshing one.
Orange-Crush is made from the fruit oil,
pressed from fresh ripe oranges, and such
other wholesome ingredients as pure gran granulated
ulated granulated sugar, carbonated water and citric
acid found in oranges lemons and grape grapefruit.
fruit. grapefruit. Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works
5c by the bollle. Less by (lie case.

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