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Fearful Risk Which Congress and the
Navy Department Allowed Our
Sailor Boys to Run
Washington, March 30. American
submarines and many second line bat battleships
tleships battleships were not in conidtion for war
service in April, 1017, Rear Admiral
A. W. Grant, then commanding the
submarine force, yesterday told the
Senate committee investigating the
navy department's conduct of the
war. The submarines were too small,
of too. short cruising radius, mounted
small guns and contained poorly de designed
signed designed engines, the officer testified,
while the battleships required com complete
plete complete overhauling to fit them for ser service.
vice. service. Admiral Grant commanded the sub submarine
marine submarine force for two years prior to
the war and later commanded battle battleship
ship battleship force one of the Atlantic fleet
with the rank of vice admiral. He
testified that beginning in 1915 he had
urged construction of 800-ton sub sub-mersibles
mersibles sub-mersibles but received no support in
the department, most of the opposi opposition
tion opposition coming from the general board.
Later, he said, the 800-ton boats
were authorized and built.
The department was slow to con consent
sent consent to overhauls for the battleships
of his force although he had been in instructed
structed instructed that the ships were to be
kept in condition for battle, Admiral
Grant said, as none of them had com completely
pletely completely watertight bulkheads at that
"If the German fleet had broken
through the British fleet in the sum
mer of 1917 would vour force have'
been in condition to meet the. en enemy?'
emy?' enemy?' 'asked Chairman Hale.
"We would have gone out and done
the best we could, but it wouldn't have
been much," was the officer's reply.
In reply to a question from Senator
Trammell, democrat, Florida, the wit witness
ness witness said that the ships of his force
did go to sea and perform practically
the same duty during the war as the
MAYO DIFFERS FROM GRANT
Washington, March 30. The At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic fleet was never better prepared
for war than in the spring of 1917,
Admiral Mayo, commander of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic fleet, told the naval investigat investigating
ing investigating committee today.
DATES TO SPEAK
He Will be in Ocala Friday Evening,
Following are the dates of Senator
Fletcher to speak in this territory:
Bushnell, this evening.
Brooksville, tomorrow night.
Floral City, Thursday.
Inverness, Thursday afternoon.
Dunnellon, Thursday night.
Ocala, Friday evening.
FOR THE AIR SERVICE
Boys, your chance is here!
You can now enlist in the air serv
ice for a period of one dr three years,
Just think, a chance to learn a trade cieased in price 6G 2-3 per cent, wa wain
in wain its vouth: Airplane mechanic, air ter 25 per cent, food and clothing 50
pilot. Yrou will never have such a
jchance again. You know yourself
that the airplane is the coming thing,
so get in on the ground floor and learn
while vou earn. The army recruiting
office is on the third floor of the post
office building. Call around before it
is too late. The army only wants 1900
men, so you better hurry.
The following qualifications are nec
esary for enlistment: Lighter than
jiir (balloon ana airsnipi iaonc auu
cordage workers: instrument repair-
ers, engine mechanics, riggers and gas
nion. For heavier than air (airplane)
airplane mechanics, engine mechanics,
machinists, auto repairmen and elec-
rinian. Hitrh school graduates will
also be accepted without the above
qualifications. Men accepted are not
ovnppfpd to be exnert in anv of the
nhnv nimlifications. but are supposed
to have some knowledge of one of the
ifications. Do not forget
the number 301 postoffiee' buildim
FREE MOTOR INFORMATION
Mr. L. B. Bennett, lubricating engi
neer of the Texas Company, will be at
r.ur filline- station on Monday, Tuas-
dftv nnd Wednesday. March 2d, 30 and
ftl to u-ivp free information as to the
proper lubrication of your motor re-j
gardless of the make of your car.
AUTO SALES CO.,
25-6t Mack Taylor.
Special sale beginning Monday. A
sixty-cent jar Coco Butter Cold
Cream and a fifty-cent box Charmona
Face Powder, both for C3 cents at
Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf
LOSS NOT LESS
THAN 160 LIVES
Summing Up the Ghastly Total of
Deaths During Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's Storm
Chicago, March 30. The death toil
of Sunday's tornado stood today at
101 with fears expressed that reports
from isolated regions and deaths re resulting
sulting resulting from injuries sustained might
increase the total. If reports that 1"
were killed at Stovall, Ga., are veri verified,
fied, verified, the total will increase to 170, of
which 65 are in Georgia and Alabama.
It is impossible to estimate the prop property
erty property damage accurately, but $15,000, $15,000,-000
000 $15,000,-000 damage is reported from Ala Alabama,
bama, Alabama, Michigan, Illinois and Georgia.
UNION LABOR SPLITS ON ITSELF
Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way
Suspended by the
A. F. of L.
Detroit, March 30. The United
Brotherhood of Maintenance- of Way
employes and railway shop laborers
has been suspended by the American
Federation of Labor as a result of the
union's refusal to relinquish jurisdic jurisdiction
tion jurisdiction over certain members the feder federation
ation federation contended should belong to the
carpenters' union. Negotiations will
begjn soon in an effort to settle the
ERRORS IN THE GAS
The Star is informed that it made
some errors in the article Saturday
about the gas company's franchise.
City Clerk Sistrunk says that he
called on the gas company twice for
the money due for its franchise, and
each time the manager asked for
more time, saying he had barely mon money
ey money enough to meet imminent expenses.
Mr. Sistrunk was then informed that
a member of the council has given the
gaf company to understand that it
might have more time, after which he
did not think it was in the scope of
his duties to press the matter.
Mr. Wilkes, local manager of the
company, says that he could have
paid the money at any time by bor borrowing,
rowing, borrowing, but in view of the fact that
expenses steadily exceeded the rev revenue,
enue, revenue, he asked for grace, hoping to
get far enough ahead some time to
pay out of the receipts. In this he
acted only as many other business
We made a bobble ourself in sayirfg
the council should grant a new fran
chise, for this can only be done by the
citizens by vote, but as a member of
the council told us that such a policy
would be followed we have a slight
excuse only a slight one, as we very
well knew if we had stopped to think
tha't the council can't grant a fran
chise on its own authority.
However, the main facts remain.
The gas company is operating without
a franchise,-its expenses exceed its
revenues, and it should be giverr a
a i i 1 il !a i
new trancnise witn aumoniy u
charge enough for gas to at least
Electric current has m-
to a hundred per cent, and we can't
expect a gas company to furnish gas
at cost or less.
FLEEING FROM FOREST FIRE
Winchester. Va.. March 30. Resi
dents of Gerrardstown are perpann
to flee from the forest fire that swept
down Green Spring mountain. West
Virginia, last ingm,
i . ...
ctehr tier is burning in tne mountains
of Wrarren county, Va
WOULD HOLD THEIR WIVES
Warsaw, 31arch J9. Aviators oi
the Russian DoisneviK army nave ueea
warned that their wives or near rei
I e i.1
atives will be held at hostages u tnev
fail to return trom a nignt, aecorumg
to a story told to the Poles by one
Russian flyer who came down within
the Polish lines near Dvinsk. The
Russian aviator denied that his own
landing was premeditated and assert- j
en that he loved his wile too mucn to
leave her as a hostage. He said the
order resulted from discovery by the
bolshevik commanders that a number
of their flyers had planned to desert
I ... . T
and use their pianes to seen reiuge
in Poland. l he mane useu uy uie
bolshevik was of an obsolete type
built in France early in the war and
had seen hard usage.
Fresh country eggs 35 cents a
dozen while they last, at H. B. WTiit-
. r m f x
tmgton's. 1'hone .i. t
Use the Star's Unclassified Column.'.
()(.'ALA,"FLOHII)A, Tl'KSDAY, MARCH 30. 1112(1.
RIVER IS ON
Millions of Dollars Worth of Prop Property
erty Property Destroyed by Floods of
the Upper Mississippi
( Associated Press)
LaCro?se, Wis.. March 30. Flood
conditions are assuming a serious
art 2ct or. the upper Mississippi river.
Lcwboats are being used at North La La-C;osse
C;osse La-C;osse to remove the household effects
of many residents. Thousands of
acres of faim lands ate under water
,d a million and a half dollars dam-
via- has already been done in the Man-
TO THE RESCUE
Sent Help Immediately to the Tornado
Stricken People of LaGrange
and West Point
( Special to the Star)
Atlanta, March 30 Among the first
to rush to the relief of the stricken
citizens of LaGrange and West Point,
following the terrific tornado which
swept those cities Sunday night, were
representatives. of the Salvation Army
who supplied food or shelter and, in
many instances, both to many of those
left destitute by the storm.
As soon as the news of the destruc destruction
tion destruction wrought by the storm reached
Atlanta, Brigadier A. W. Crawford,
commander of the Salvation Army in
the South, instructed Captain Alex
Nicola and his wife, of the Atlanta
headquarters, to leave at once for La LaGrange
Grange LaGrange by automobile to assist Cap Captain
tain Captain Bivers and Lieut. Inglett, in
charge of the Salvation Army Post in
that city. Besides assisting in caring
foi the injured and serving food md
hot coffee to the homeless there, rep representatives
resentatives representatives of the Salvation Army
also assisted in distribution and erec erection
tion erection of the hundreds of tents and cots
that were rushed to the stricken city
by the military authorities in Atlanta.
Biigadier Crawford has instructed
the Salvation Army workers in the de devastated
vastated devastated district to notify him at once
vvhat further assistance can be ren rendered
dered rendered by his organization.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marion
ion Marion Counyt: I announce my candidacy
for county commissioner of commis commissioner's
sioner's commissioner's district No. 1, to be voted on
in teh primary of 1920. If elected, I
will give my study and time to the
best interests of the taxpayers and
the county at large. Just one promise:
Equal rights to all and special priv privilege
ilege privilege sto none, a just and clean ad administration
ministration administration of the office and to the
ir terest of the county at large.
Respectfully, A. S. Pickett.
IN OUR NEW STORE
Wednesday morning you will find
us located in the Ocala House block.
Come in and look at our new place.
It Cash and Carry.
All custo-ners cf Federal Bread are
satisfied customers. Ask them. tf
Dedicate Salvation Hall in Tokyo
i j3- H'f 3&lifz tf&s f Is C-T
I- v t Vfe a-. FAor vz2J??'
- &J? t hit iT ;
A It Q I ; I S SHI IKNOBL
he di-ti!i:iiNhe.l yuests
dedic;;! ion of the S:;I vatiuiusts new
tpi.t;,;s at the ex'reu.e left above.
J:.h:uiiies de ;rut. j-: rliairt' f the
ihrt-t- oii-itf iii d ,-..!itn:es in w hich the Army is laboring. "The reason I
nw ;, wl Illn v ivie'.er uuy -ervi. e I ean to the Salvation Army," stated the
Miii .j-iis in the roui -e of his addre.. -is because the organization dues not
i! a. id .-oiileli. I'-.-ii with p::st aehie eliieiits, but continues to kfeey Up
.: .-treiiuous fiijht 'for further adaticeuieut In the future."
In New York Assembly if Majority
Report of Judiciary Committee
Albany, N. Y., March 30 Charging
that the socialist party of America is
now constituted "is a disloyal organ organisation
isation organisation composed exclusively of per perpetual
petual perpetual traitors," the assembly judic judiciary
iary judiciary committee today recommended
expulsion of the five socialist mem members
bers members whose fitness has been under in-
Ihe minority report by two repubii-
cans and two democrats, said their ex
clusion would be a dangerous attack
upon representative government, and
the assembly had no right to drive
the socialists from their seats.
BOOSTS PRICE OF BEEF
Chicago Livestock Market Held Up
by a Strike
Chicago, March 30. The Chicago
livestock market, the largest in the
world, is at a standstill and 50,000
jacking house employes face a sus suspension
pension suspension of work as a result of the
strike of 900 feeders at the stock
HE WON'T DODGE
THE NEXT DRAFT
( As.suriuteil Press)
New York, Mch. 30. Grover Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Bergdoll, a wealthy Philadel Philadel-rbian,
rbian, Philadel-rbian, was courtmartialed today for
alleged failure. to report for military
service under the draft law, and sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to five years in prison.
GOING TO PUT HARTS
ON THE GRIDDLE
i AssMi iatcil Press)
New York, March 30. Brigadier Brigadier-General
General Brigadier-General William W. Harts, command commander
er commander of United States troops in Paris,
arrived today on the steamer Lor Lorraine,
raine, Lorraine, -having been ordered home to
testify as to cruelties charged to have
been inflicted on prisoners in the
LYNCHING IN KENTUCKY
Paris, Ky., March 30. The body of
Grant Smith, a negro charged with
attacking a white girl two months
ago, was found last night hanging to
a telegraph pole at Mays Lick, Ky.
Smith was taken from the officesr who
arrested him earlier in the evening
here by forty unmasked men.
LIGHT FOR LEGISLATOR
Mr. L. S. Light was in the city to-
dav, and informed the Star he would
be a candidate for legislative honors
and not for a place on the railroad
commission. .Mr. Light has chosen
wisely. He can do good work in the
legislature, but the railroad commis commission
sion commission is a wart on the body politic.
Use the Star's Unclassihed Column.
famous Elder Statesman of Japan, was
of the Salvation Army at tne recent
h-auquarters in 1 oyito. lite .Marquis
Next him are Comnftssioner and Mrs.
work In all of Japan, one of the slxty-
EMPLOYES OF THE
CITY WENT OUT
Strike of Eighteen Thousand Munic Municipal
ipal Municipal Workers is On in
Chicago, March 30. Municipal
clerks, stenographers and bookkeep bookkeepers
ers bookkeepers went on strike today for higher
wages an dthreatened disruption of
city business. The garbage handlers
also went out, shutting down the
municipal garbage reduction plant. A
concerted strike of 18,000 city em employes,
ployes, employes, a reduction f the poilce force
and wholesale resignations of fireman
became a possibility when the city
council rejected the budget carrying
POLES FACE HARDSHIPS
Warsaw, March 30. Bolshevism is
not the only enemy with which the
Polish army has had to contend this
winter on the eastern front, gray
wolves being unusually numerous.
Americans who have returned to
Warsaw from the vicinity of Dvinsk
reported that some weeks ago two
mounted Polish soldiers went out on
a patrol betwen the lines at a time
when the snow was several feet thick,
and never came back. Later the skel skeletons
etons skeletons of the soldiers were found near
the bones .of the two horses. Both
pistols were empty, and nearby were
the frozen- bodies of seven wolves,
shot to death in the fight the soldiers
made for their lives.
Packs in this section of the country
this winter have been running from
fifteen to forty wolves, and the ani animals
mals animals are reported as being unusually
Many Polish soldiers have been in incapacitated
capacitated incapacitated by the freezing of hands
and feet. Polish officers told the Am Americans
ericans Americans that in one'division on the
northern front more than 50 soldiers
had' their feet frozen, 32 of them so
severely that amputation was neces necessary.
sary. necessary. SENATE OF MISSISSIPPI
VOTES FOR THE SISTERS
Jackson, Miss., March 30. The
Mississippi senate today voted to rati
fy the suffrage amendment, which
both senate and house had previous
DR. WILLIAM BUCK
Jacksonville, March 29. Dr. Will
iam J. Buck, assistant state health
officer, has tendered his resignation to
the State Board of Health to become
effective April 1. Dr. Buck resigns to
become surgeon for the American Cy-
anamide Company, of New York,
which has extensive phosphate inter
ests at Brewster, where he will be
ur. rsucK is one oi me most wen
known of the younger surgeons m
Florida, having been in practice at
Gainesville before entering service.
He was stationed on the Mexican bor
der for six months and was overseas
ia year as a lieutenant-coionei m
charge of the base hospital at Le Le-Mans.
Mans. Le-Mans. The State Board of Health ac accepted
cepted accepted his resignation with -regret.
Dr. Ralph N. Greene, state health of
ficer, declared in making the an
nouncement. His successor has not
HARRINGTON HALL ARRIVALS
P. B. Burges, Tampa; G. T. Hickey,
New Orleans; Mrs. H. Hearn, Toledo;
V. C. McCrorie, Orlando; Mrs. L. B.
Hastings, Mrs. W. H. Hide, Cleveland;
R. K. Bara, Atlanta; C. H. Oniel and
wife, Flint, Mich.; C. W. Elmer and
wife, Miss Lula Custer, New York;
P. R. Martin, Vero; E. A. Grantham,
Lake City; M. H. Colber, Jacksonville;
S. C. Mabery, Atlanta; D. L. Moore
and wife, Laurensburg, Ji.y.; W. J.
Maloney, White Springs; J. M. John
son and wife, Bayonne, N. J.; R. C
Boulware, H. E. Luthe. Jacksonville;
L. L. Dent, Jacksonville; E. C. Rivers
and wife, Uniontown, Pa.; L. C. Loeb,
New Orleans; H. L. Hutchinson,
Gainesville; J. F. Mabery, F. A. Ma
son, H. L. Brownlee, Jacksonville; J
H. Ely, Jacksonville; F. C. Pierce,
Texas; Miss F. M. Quimby, Dowling
Park: B. F. Brass, Jacksonville; Miss
Magdalena Dalloz, Jacksonville; J. D.
Cottrell, Gainesville; A. A. Klotz,
Jacksonville; Mrs. W. E. McLeon,
Mrs. M. C. Dodson, Terre Haute;
Mrs. Edward Gay, Mount Vernon. N.
J.: Mrs. Walter Leonard, New York;
K. K. Wells. Wilmington, Del.; Dr.
and Mrs. S. W. Parnas, Brooklyn; Mr,
and Mrs. C. S. Holcomb, Mrs. W. H
Pear. Massachusetts; Miss J. H
Churchill, Boston; Miss L. M. Brad Brad-lev.
lev. Brad-lev. Cambridge, Mass.; Mrs. G. Van-
derberg, City Point, Va.; Mrs. J. N
Ccrdon. Lynchburg, Va.; Misses
Mayo, Richmond, Va.
VOL. 26, NO. 77
FRANCE WILL NOT
TRUST HER FOES
Intends to Make' Germany Toe
Line Without Waiting for
Paris, March 30. Assurances have
been given by Germany that she will
not send into the Ruhr valley more
regular troops than allowed by the
Versailles treaty. Premier Millerand
announced that if the Germans violat violated
ed violated the treaty by sending a strong
force into the district, France would
occupy a part of the neutral zone,
whether the Allies agreed or not.
CHRISTIAN WON'T COMPLY
Copenhagen, March 30. King
Christian refused today to comply
with the ultimatum of the social dem democrats
ocrats democrats demanding reinstatement of
the Zahle cabinet and the introduc introduction
tion introduction of a more constitutional form of
government at Denmark. A general
strike is threatened. Crowds in the
public squares throughout the night
raised cries for the establishment of
TRUCK TRAIN WILL
ARRIVE AT SIX O'CLOCK
The largest display of trucks eveV
seen in Ocala will arrive here this
evening direct from Gainesville,
where they received a wonderful re reception,
ception, reception, 1500 people being out to wit witness
ness witness the demonstrations and listen to
the addresses made by County Agent
Gunn and Farm Economic Expert C.
Immediately upon their arrival in
Ocala these trucks will park on the
public square, where a short band
concert will be given. The program
will then be adjourned until 8:30 Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday morning, when Mayor AnJer AnJer-son
son AnJer-son will welcome them to Ocala. Then
will follow speeches and demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations interspersed by music by the
band. While in Ocala they will make
their headquarters jat the Harrington
Hall, where they will be at the serv service
ice service of -any one having transportation
problems to solve.
MARION COUNTY GIRL
WEDDED A MONTANA MAN
Mrs. E. S. Adkins has just returned
to the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Clyburn in Summerfield,
after a three months visit in Atlanta
and Augusta, Ga.
Mrs. Adkins is a bride of only two
months and is very pleasantly remem remembered
bered remembered by her many friends as Mi3S
Nellie Clyburn, one of old Marion
county's most attractive and accom
plished young ladies, and who before
her marriage wras one of the county's
most attractive and accomplished
young ladies, and who before her mar-
riage was one of the county's most ef
ficient and best loved teachers. She
has taught as principal of her home
school in Summerfield since "she first
began teaching several years ago, and
it. was not without .many regrets on
the part of the people at Summerfield
and the county as well that she must
leave them in that 'capacity. She will
be greatly missed socially as she was
always very active in all things of in interest
terest interest to the community in which she
Mrs. Adkins is a true and typical
Marion county girl, having been born
an dreared in Summerfield, and we
teel proud to claim her as such. She
is well known in Ocala, where she is
a member of the Ocala Chapter of the
Mr. and Mrs. Adkins spent their
honeymoon visiting points of interest
in South Florida and in the tourist
c'.ties on the East Coast, after which
Mrs. Adkins accompanied her husband
as far as Atlanta, en route to his
home in Butte, Mont., where he is a
successful business man, also a ranch rancher
er rancher and extensive wheat grower, and
he was for several years a member of
the Montana legislature.
Mr. Adkins spends his winters in
Florida and this winter succeeded in
winning for a wife one of the sunny
south's fairest daughters, and we
must congratulate him upon winning
the heart and hand of one of our very
best and sweetest girls, and Mrs. Ad Adkins
kins Adkins has throughout the state a ho3t
of friends who wish for her all the
happiness possible in her marriage.
Mrs. Adkins will join her husband
in her new home the first of June, but
will return with her husband to Flor Florida
ida Florida when the cold winds begin to blow
in the war northwest.
IN OUR NEW STORE
Wednesday morning 3u will find
us located in the Ocala House block.
Come in and look at our new place.
It Cash and Carry.
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Mr. H. L. Shearer, who lives some
eight or nine miles northwest of the
city, was in town Monday, and in informed
formed informed the Star that he would be a
candidate for commissioner from his,
the second district. Mr. Shearer is a
good citizen, well known to Ocala
, .u I
Neighborhood, and if elected will make
tt KUUU UlliCIUl. I
Miss Margaret 'Wilson, eldest
atiugnier oi tne president, nas "aaopt-1
1 A 1 1 1 tt , I
ea two aerman war orphans, a uoy
and girl whose father was killed in
battle in 1914, according to Mme.
omvKo urouuen, wue oi tne jugo-
Slav, minister at Washington, and di-
rector of the Serbian aid fund. The
children will continue, however, it was
saia, to nve witn tneir motner at xse-
gotm, Serbia, which is near the Ru-
n.anian border. Mme. Groutich is now I
seeking other godmothers and aid for
fcerbian children m a tour of -Texas
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count of rise in price of paper, care-
lessness in the postofnee department
in not giving it a rate as second-class
matter, has had to raise its price
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worth the money. "The Sovereign j cumbent form of my husband, de de-Visitor,"
Visitor," de-Visitor," the official organ of the rcanding his presence at the break-
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no dependence can be put in anything
The New York World hates the
South, apparently with an undying
hatred. It hates it, for one thing, be-
cause it believed that the South was
largely responsible for the develop-
- ment of the prohibition spirit in this
country, and during the prohibition
campaign it denounced this section
with a bitterness never, we believe,
quite equaeld by the "lboody-shirt
waving," South-hating newspapers of
f fty years ago. There was some ex-
cuse for these .papers of olden days,
since they were moved by the hatred
of war, but there is no excuse what-
ever for the New York World, except
an inborn desire to villif y and misrep
resent the South. In the prohibition
campaign it villified the South be-
cause it claimed that prohibition
would not have been made possible
except for that section, ignoring en-
tirely the fact that its own state and
nearly all the states in the Union were
found in the prohibition camp. It
threatened the South with a revival
of sectionalism and of the Force bill,
and to the utmost extent of its power
of invective it denounced this section.
Continuing its viciously unjust at attacks
tacks attacks upon this section, it now is de denouncing
nouncing denouncing the Southern farmers and
the South for the effort to secure a
living price for cotton. Manufactur Manufacturers
ers Manufacturers Record.
The World doesn't worry us any.
Soon as we figured out what a lying
sheet it was we quit reading it.
MY PA JAM A BURGLAR
"Deck! D-e-c-k!" I shrieked from
th-. kitchen, where I was making my
husband a belated oyster stew one
Saturday night; "Deck" being the
nickname of my better half (he says
this, not I), and whose full name and
t'tle is DeCourtat Venable. Some in inspired
spired inspired genius gave him this aforesaid
nickname before he came into my line
"Well, what now, Sweetie? Waf
fles burning, sausage scorching or
house afire?" So saying, my unexcit
able spouse sauntered into the pantry,
halted in the kitchen doorway, and
glanced at the gas stove with a malic
- llr.rm u:a lltJIiailv nWiH mnn
,0Ua Srin Upon niS Usually piacia COUn
t. )Upu r,,1TyivlOt.iOC0 ; w1t.
fcr instance. I had left my waffles or
Unoat tn tW nre nf thpmlvp white
T f t" i or? n nam nloPD n-inair nr nut rVio
toucnes to a waier-coior
sketch, returning m a great hurry to
&nA Km-noH .inor waffle.
'"VUt isv..v.v. u """-
ditto, and "Deck" wading through
greasy fog in an heroic effort to save
"No!" I spontaneously combusted
"The gas has expired; no quarter for
the meter, milk fust riht to add the
oysters, and oh, dear, dear, dear!
here broke off to take a look from the
back porch for a chance stay-up-late
neighbor, and saw my back-fence-
abutting neighbor also had a light in
her kitchen. "Glory be! Popsie, dear,
inmr. aver the hoc feroe and sav to
Mrs. Olnpv 'Onarfpr! Quarter! Oh.
, , . , ., I
. . ..
to the anaconda of our Kitchen, the
gas meter!' Let an appropriate noise
accompany your actions, as sne mignt
mistake you for the popular burglar
who has so alarmed folks of late."
He took me too seriously, as al
ways, and I thought for a time that
he must have been suspended in mid midair
air midair by a nail fastened in the seat of
s n? thl surmise proved
correct, but. iron (or steel) being
r0nge5 ?f n Cv!th' C ot
. 1 ., ,
w ii liaii J lice idocu ui oui.ii a uvjijj
encumbrance, and the nowerful kick-
and nullino- of the man inside the
Finally, after much banterine on
the ladv's nart. and hack-fir on hi
Deck' 'returned with the quarter
which she had given him in exchange
for some sman change. After re-cook-
;np and serving the stew. T tnnk mo
0ff to bed, stopping en route to secure
a headache powder from the medicine
ciOSet. to he taken before arising net
nmrnino- RVPrv mnmino f- fh nf
three weeks I had awakened with a
snlittino- headache, accomnanied 'hv a
I fivaHnoQa whinVi woo iinriirktoKla
Old Doctor merely said, when
consulted, "Colo!, bad cold in the
head." True, I have a huskiness in
my throat as if I had been out in the
night air too thinly clad (which I
haven't), but cannot believe that his
diagnosis is correct,
Next morning I- drag myself out of
beg, swallow the headache powder and
j make haste to start my breakfast on
the stove: then I return to the bed-
room to pull the covers from the re-
fast table in fifteen minutes, sharp.
Thus saying, I hurriedly return to my
tyrant of the flames and fumes.
At the expiration of the alloted fif
teen minutes I again 'return to the
bedside of my husband, to find, to my
disgust, an evenly breathing disciple
Morpheus, covered head and ears,
and body neatly rolled, Indian-wise,
in the blanket ,to prevent further dis-
turbance. Upon my threatening, in a
loud voice, to let him sleep until noon
(vhen he subsconciously realizes that
he should even then be "up and do-
mg ), he ventures one eye from con-
ceaiment to discover just now angry
I am, and to be prepared, if need be,
I to meet the verbal attack, sometimes
accompanied by a well aimed blow
with a pillow. My head is throbbing
at such a rate, however, that I merely
1 throw his clothes at his head, make a
flying leap for the kitchen to rescue
the last waffle, the one I had intended
for "Deck," to have it crisp and hot
for him to break his egg upon, this
being his favorite combination,
I sadly return to the dining room, to
find "Deeck" in his seat at the table,
1 blinking sleepily at the sunlit win-
dow. Seeing me, he grumblingly
mutters, "Where's the breakfast?" (A
I prodigious yawn). "I don't see any-
thig to eat but the dishes!" A brief
silence, then, "What time of day is it,
I uncover the "hominy," call his at attention
tention attention to the covered dish of waffles,
(now rather moist), break his egg in
a cup, pour his coffee and point to the
clock. I then ask him sarcastically
if I shall eat it for him the break
fast, not the clock. Receiving only a
stupid grin in recognition of my j
witticism, I am about to choose the
morsels of food my aching head will
permit me to masticate without undue j
jarring of my cranial structure, when ;
my elance is frozen to a spot on the i
floor near the door ieading into our I
btdroom. There, in full view, lies a j
perfectly good quarter! Now, I could i
have taken oath, last night, that there j
vas not a quarter, in one coin, in the ;
At my blank expression "Deck"
turns wonderingly around in his chair j
to discover the cause of my stepefac-
tion, and I can tell by his rueful ex- i
pression that he is thinking of the
rent in his new trousers left by that
protuberant nail in the back fence.
The mystery of where that quarter
came from or how it got there re remained
mained remained unexplained for sometime.
Meanwhile, this small incident was
quickly overshadowed by a greater
mystery, and a growing one, in our
town, that of the elfin burglar who
flitted hither and yon in pajamas and
tennis shoes. Several times had he
been seen, but not once had anyone
been able to get near enough to him
to distinguish his features.
He had visited most of my friends,
nd we felt slightly aggrived at his
having ignored us. "Was it because
we did not look as well-to-do as our
neighbors?" I asked myself. If so, I
woud try to "look the part" better.
So saying, I dressed myself in my best
tailored gown, donned my handsome
watch and chain and a few pretty
lings, and tried to look wealthy
enough to attract the prevalent burg
lar. You will wonder, on doubt, why
I wished to attract the attention of
this particular burglar. Well, you see
I had almost become an object of sus suspicion
picion suspicion among my friends on account
of my immunity. One dear old lady
who had recently been deprived of her
purse (which she had most carelessly
tucked under her pillow one night)
said to me, rather spitefully, "Dearie,
I do believe you to be in 'cahoots' with
this burglar, 'cause you seem to be the
only one of us immune from his at attacks."
tacks." attacks." A burning blush overspread
my face, a habit I have when the spot spotlight
light spotlight of attention is turned upon me
without warning; self-consciousness, I
suppose, but I guess I looked guilty
to her suspicious old yes, as every
human being would look, for that
matter, until she found her money.
Mr. Rice boasted to "Deck" last
night, in my hearing, that he intended
to "catch him a burglar"; that he had
a clever little trap set for his burglar burglar-ship,
ship, burglar-ship, and he believed it would "do the
work." It seems that this burglar
has a method which distinguishes
him from others of his trade; he only
steals money, and invariably secures
this from the clothes of the gentleman
of the house, or from under the pillow
of his wife. He seems to be familiar
with the sleeping quarters of the
houses he visits, generally entering
the bedroom window and escaping by
the same route.
What was my surprise, that night,
to be aroused (from dreams of Mr.
Rice's heroic capture of a villainous
sufnan who was making off with his
money) to find myself sitting bolt up-
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right upon the side of my bed, and
"Deck" holding an animated conver-
nation with Mr. Rice in our bedroom!
At my gasp of horror they turned
around and burst out laughing, point-
inir their hntrer.s at me verv ruuc-lv
ana continuing to vent their mirth at
my expense, for what reason I knew
I turned a tony glare upon my ap-
paiently demented spouse, and naked
him nolitelv (oh. so uolitelv) if he
realized that I was not adequately at-1
tired to entertain his gentlemen
friends. This only seemed to throw
them into more violent spasms of
mirth, so I shut it out of my burning
ear by diving under a pillow and
pulling the covers securely over my myself.
self. myself. After some time had elapsed, I
lifted the pillow the tiniest bit and
ventured a look around. My tormen tormentor?
tor? tormentor? had disappeared.
In a few minutes "Deck" came in,
and I burst out crying, asking him
what had possessed him to bring
"that horrid man" in our bedroom? I
sobbed, "that I was tired, and had a
splitting headache again, and It
couldn't be more than twelve o'clock,
could it?" He comforted me as be.-t
he could, gave me my headache pow powder,
der, powder, and said for me to go back to
sleep and he would explain in the
l telt so exhausted ll rom some
cause unknown to me) that I was
asleep before he had finished talking,
and awoke next morning with a start,
knowing there was an early breakfast
to be cooked. The 'phone rang sharp-,
ly while I was in 'the kitchen, and
when I hurried into the hallway to an answer
swer answer it I found "Deck" fully dressed
and at the 'phone carrying on a most
itiiotic conversation with Mr. Rice,
ending up with: "No, old boy; you
come over and tell her, after break breakfast."
fast." breakfast." At the breakfast table I could get
no satisfaction out of "Deck" as to
this conversation, and I managed to
gulp down a cup of too hot tea and
a few tears just as the doorbell rang,
nd Mr. Rice came into the dining
room without waiting to be invited
(that man seemed to be getting un unduly
duly unduly intimate with my husband of
late!) I now recalled, with a vivid
blush, the events of the previous
night, and I was about to stalk an
grily out of the room, when my hus husband
band husband sprang up and caught me around
the waist with his arm, saying,
"Come, 'Old- Dynamite' (his favorite
name for me when I am in a temper)
"let's hear about Mr. Rice's capture of
"So-o-o!" thought I, "that explains
your midnight visit," and I slightly
relaxed. "But even if there was a
burglar in his house, he had no moral
right to intrude upon my privacy!"
Mr. Rice was saying, with the evi
dent relish of a person sure of the
interest of his story:
"You see, Mrs. Venable, I was pre prepared
pared prepared for Mr. Burglar, as I told you
last night. I had a trap set for him,
with an ordinary spool of threat, and
the trap worked beautifully. My wife
ties her money up in a handkerchief
(in spite of my warnings) and puts it
under her pillow; so I tied the loose
end of the spool of thread to her
handkerchief containing the money,
ran the thread over my shoulder
fartherest from her, and dropped the
spool of thread into the pocket of my
nightie. I'll admit I haven't slept
comfortably since my first night of
this sort of thing, but I am now amply
repaid for my discomfort." Here he
paused long enough to accept a cigar
from "Deck," ask my permission to
smoke it, and to "light up."
"About one o'clock this morning 1
felt a huge tug at the thread, and the
-spool in. my pocket began to unroll
very fast. I broke the thread, so as
not to 'scare up' my 'game, and, mak making
ing making a grab for my pistol on a nearby
table, I slipped around the foot of the
bed, made a dash for the open window
lending on to the roof, and stood theie
petrified! There was my burglar in
full view, on the tip edge of the roof,
walking (or rather skimming) along
as if he had nine lives to lose. I was
so fascinated by his cat-like maneuv
ers that I could neither move, speak
or shoot, and there I stood until his
white-clad figure disappeared in the
act of 'shooting the chutes' down the
rain pipe to the ground. I now made a
nying leap for the stairs, slid down
the bannisters in a bungling imitation
of his earlier performance, and sprang
through dining room window to cut off
his retreat from the back yard, as
you know, the only path leads around
the side of the house from the kitch kitchen.
en. kitchen. "I here dropped down behind a sy sy-ringa
ringa sy-ringa bush to await his coming, de debating,
bating, debating, meanwhile, whether I should
capture him red-handed or track him
to his lair and perhaps discover some
confederates. By the time I could
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The cost of living would be as low as it waa in the good old days.
No use worrying, however, because it isn't that way. Be glad that
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better food and greater variety of it than your grandfather fam family
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THE WINPSOM HOTEL
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to nont
ROBERT M. MEYER,
Which are the live business houses
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OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1920
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We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
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For All Classes Oi
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Phone 446. 728 Wenona St.
MRS. SARA JANE MANLY
Vocal culture in Merchants' block.
Studio Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. 1G-I2t
Get the Genuine
fcg In Every Cake
Use the Star's Unclassified Column-
Just arrived at the Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store the prettiest line of bath bathing
ing bathing caps ever shown in Ocala. 18-10t.
Have Your Motor Washed
Mr. L. B. Bennett, lubricating engineer of
the Texas Company will be at' our filling station
on North Main Street
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
March 29th, 30th and 31st
to give free information as to the proper lubri lubrication
cation lubrication of your motor regardless of make.
For nextweek only we will sell Texas Motor
Oil at wholesale price
5 gal. Texas Motor Oil, Medium $3.50
5 gal. Texas Motor Oil, Heavy . 4.00
5 gal. Texas Motor Oil, Extra 4.50
Compare these prices with those you are
now paying, to say nothing of the free cleaning
service that is yours.
This otter is open until April 3rd only
AimtoD Sales C
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Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc.
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
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MY PAJAMA BURGLAR
(Concluded from Second Page)
If you have any society items,
Mr. L. D. Perry of Tampa was in
Mr. Carl Ray of Martel is a busi business
ness business visitor in Jacksonville.
Dr. Harry Walters is the owner cf
a new and handsome Buick roadster.
Mr. F. B. Beckham is at home for a
few days from a business trip at Fer-nandina.
Mrs. Carl Ray and infant son left
the hospital today for their home at
Mr. L. S. Mason, a popular travel traveling
ing traveling salesman, has been in the city for
Mrs. Hattie S. Manly of Abbeville,
S. C, will arrive in the city this aft
ernoon for visits with Mrs. E. T. Hcl Hcl-venston
venston Hcl-venston and Mrs. W. T. Gary.
The Bible study class meets Thurs
day at 3:.'i0 p. m. with Mrs. M. M.
Little. Subject, "The Two Great
Commandments." All Bible readers
And now for the best clothing made.
Waterman, the haberdasher, has Hart,
Schaffner & Mark. Satisfaction guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed or your money back. .Can you
do better? H. A. Waterman. 26-4t
Mr. Bernard Koonce, who is now
connected with the Lorillard Tobacco
Company of Jacksonville, spent Sun
day in the city with his mother, en
route to Sanford.
Mrs. W. D. Turnley of Fort Meade,
is expected to arrive in the city this
afternoon and wiJ be the guest of her
sister and brother, Mrs. E. T. Helven Helven-ston
ston Helven-ston and Mr. W. T. Gary for an in
Mrs. Virginia Thorp, who has been
making her home in Ocala for the
past four years with her son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Ab Abbott,
bott, Abbott, will leave Sunday for a visit of
some length to her son, Mr. Bert
Chapman, in Panama.
The young folks who are to act in
the Woman's Club minstrel are prac practicing
ticing practicing every night with great dili diligence,
gence, diligence, and are going to. turn out an
excellent performance at the Temple
next Tuesday evening. They should
have a full house.
Sixty-three cents buys the 063:"
Cold Cream and one of the best Face
Powders on the market. Special sale
price at Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf
Professor and Mrs. G. F. Oliphant
of Macon, Ga., are guests at the home
of the latter's niece, Mrs. F. E. Weth Weth-erbee.
erbee. Weth-erbee. They are en route home from
a pleasant visit to Tampa, where they
went especially to attend the Rotary
district convention. Prof. Oliphant is
president of the Rotary Club in Ma Macon,
con, Macon, and is also president of the
state college for the blind.
Stop! Have you tried Federal Bread,
the "best bread in the world." 20-tf
We see by a newspaper clipping
that Miss Ruby Farris, formerly of
Ocala, is engaged with the Master Masterpiece
piece Masterpiece Film Company of Atlanta. Miss
Farris is an excellent business wom
an, with a talent of discrimination
for pictures and theatrical features
generally. She is a sister of Mrs.
Mrs. Cecil Bryant and Miss Gladys
Farris of Ocala; the latter young
lady having considerable histrionic
Altho we have tried faithfully to
learn the names of those who went
joy-riding in the air Saturday and
Sunday, we have failed, the list hav having
ing having been lost, and no one present re remembering
membering remembering all who went up. Mr.
Frank Ditto took the trip Saturday,
and Miss Merris Carroll and Mr. C.
E. Melson Sunday, and those whose
names we have been unable to obtain
must not think we intended to neglect
Children's wash suits, rompers, all
sizes. Patterns to pick from, $1.25 to
$5. Let us show you. H. A. Water Waterman,
man, Waterman, the Haberdasher. 26-4t
Yesterday at the home of their par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp,
Misses Stella, Nina, Nettie and Carita
Camp and their visitor, Miss Gladys
Blake, were at home from 4:30 to 6:30
to their friends. This gave to the
rany friends of the Misses Camp the
opportunity of enjoying an exceeding exceedingly
ly exceedingly pleasant afternoon with them and
also making the acquaintance of Miss
Blake, who is a most charming young
lady from Lexington, Mass. Mrs.
Camp assisted by Mrs. Ira Bennett
and Mrs. Clifton Camp served a two two-course
course two-course menu after which some of the
young ladies enjoyed dancing.
FREE MOTOR INFORMATION
Mr. L. B. Bennett, lubricating engi engineer
neer engineer of the Texas Company, will be at
our filling station on Monday, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Wednesday, March 29, 30 and
31, to give free information as to the
proper lubrication of your motor re regardless
gardless regardless of the make of your car.
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discern his white-clad figure ambling
down the path I had decided upon the
latter as the wisest course to pursue.
"He seemed in no great hurry,
walking evenly, with his head erect,
and looking neither to right or left.
When he reached the sidewalk he be began
gan began running, however, in a peculiarly
smooth, swift manner, as if he were
running for the pure love of motion,
and not as if he feared pursuit. His
rubber-soled shoes made no sound, and
I followed more slowly, fearing a luik luik-ing
ing luik-ing confederate or his looking back
suddenly. He led me around the cor corner
ner corner and turned in at your garage!"
At my start of surprise he guffawed
very rudely and gave "Deck" a broad
"I then sprinted in good earnest,
dodged around the nearest corner of
the garage and reached the back of
the house just in time to see him open
the door to the screened porch. This
heavy, latticed door swings out, as
ou know, and he had to climb the
steps, open the door, then step back
and up again to enter. Well, by the
time he reached the top step I was
on him almost fell over him, in fact,
but he did not seem to notice me. I
now had my suspicions, since getting
a nearer glimpse of him, but I fol followed
lowed followed him on through two empty
rooms (your bath and an unused bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, I believe.) He paused before a
closet door, opened it, almost stepping
on my toes, and deposited the money
he held in his hand in a box in which
I could hear other coins rattling. He
now closed the door, walked through
the house to your bedroom, sat down
on the side of your bed and pulled off
your tennis shoes!"
"I now found the light switch, turn turned
ed turned on the lights and 'woke 'Deck'
quietly. We looked in the closet In
the other room (after my explaining
matters as briefly as possible) found
all of the money stolen from the
townsfolk, and awakened you."
"There, now; what have you to say
for yourself, you pajama-clad, sonam-
bulating, burglarious neighbor of
It was now my time to laugh, which
I did hearily, until I thought of the
money my friends had lost, then I be became
came became very serious, saying I was cer certainly
tainly certainly indebted to him for following
me and finding the money instead of
putting a bullet through my head.
No wonder there were stray quar quarters
ters quarters lying around, no wonder I was
tired and had severe headaches in the
Then we 'phoned all of my victims
to come over quickly, as we had found
the "Pajama Burglar." and we let
each one discover his own parcel of
money in the box.
Afterwards each of them gave me
a recipe for sleep-walkers. My hus husband,
band, husband, however, feels safer to lock my
bedroom door and put the key in his
pocket at night.
BY MAUDE STEPHENS
The Maude Stephens concert which
v.as to have been given last Tuesday
evening and was called off on account
of the loss of the baggage of the com company,
pany, company, will be given Friday evening,
April 2nd, at 8:30 at the Woman's
Club. This will be the last number of
the lyceum course and a full house is
The annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Ocala Athletic Asso Association
ciation Association will be held April 6th, 1920, at
2 p. m., in room No. 9, Merchants'
b'ock, Ocala, Fla., for the purpose of
electing officers and directors and
transacting such other business as
iay come before the meeting.
Geo. K. Robinson, Secretary.
C. W. Hunter, President.
I Ninety day and old fashion velvet
! beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
' corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
If AntoSgoP If
To show our confidence in the AUTO
biKOP SAFETY RAZOR we allow
you to use it thirty days on trial, free.
You are the sole judge as to whether
it gives satisfaction or not.
Each razor is enclosed in a substan substantial
tial substantial case, embossed nickle, leather, or
embossed polished gunmetal. Can be
adjusted to any beard. Let us show
you this little marveL
THE COURT PHARMACY
Call Five -One -Nine
The Old Reliable
Loin Steak 40-45c
Pork Chops 35c.
Big Roast 25c
Fish, Oysters and Seasoning
J. D. DawMns
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Pound for pound the steels in a
equal those in any car
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i H E tendency in cars today is to reduce weight, to
cut out unnecessary pounds, to take those extra burdens
off the power of an engine.
In a Maxwell there is hardly a superfluous pound.
Like a great cross country runner, it carries no handi handicap
cap handicap in weight.
It is made of fine steels, and these steels have that
magic combination that metallurgists strive for light
weight and extra strength.
These steels are made to order for Maxwell. They are
treated in great furnaces, and they are strong beyond belief.
Pound for pound, they equal the steels in any car built.
But they more than repay for their high cost.
They wear. They stand terrific abuse. They defy time.
But their greatest task is to lighten the burden of the
Maxwell engine, enable it to perform brilliantly, and
make gasoline deliver extended mileage.
Thus you will understand that rise of Maxwelf the
world over, that ever growing friendship, that ever in increasing
creasing increasing demand.
Today nearly 400,000 in use. In 1920, 100,000 more.
Still this will fill but 60 of the world's require requirements
ments requirements for this remarkable car.
Carroll Motors Co
OCA LA EVENING STAR, Tl'ESDAV. MARCH 30, 1928
L. T. IZLAR
r 'on, 84.
thin morning, 70; at
.Screen and be happy, advises the
.Sti.te Board of Health.
L5. Peek, after several months
in Orlando, has returned to
nearly all mechanical trouble. If you
went your car to receive more mileage
per gallon on both your gasoline and
cil. you should not miss this oppoi oppoi-tunity
tunity oppoi-tunity of calling at the Willaid fill filling
ing filling station.
Another good old citizen has left
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Mr. George Stuart, who after
Mrs. Harriett George of Mjrriston
was a business visitor in the city this
Mr. William Hough, a timber man
of Crystal River, was a visitor in the
Fresh country eggs 35 cents a
dczen while they last, at H. 13. Whit Whit-tir.gton's.
tir.gton's. Whit-tir.gton's. Phone 377. 2t
Mr. Floyd Van Horn, one of Ocala's
irost skilled young auto mechanics, is
v w with B. F. Condon.
Reward for arrest and
conviction of party or
parties desecrat ing tomb tombstones
stones tombstones in Jewish Ceme Cemetery.
tery. Cemetery. Jake Brown.
Mrs. Annie Van Deman is now in
Clearwater, having a most enjoyable
it with Miss Sue Barco.
Mr. Randolph Chalker of the Car Car-ic.ll
ic.ll Car-ic.ll Motors Company, is in Orlando
this week in the interest of his firm.
several days of illness passed away
this morning. Mr. Stuart had been
with us a long time, and was most
hiahly esteemed by .the friends he
made during his many useful years in
Marion county. He was a genial old
gentleman, courteous and well-informed,
and the end of his fife brings the
completion of a task well done.
The funeral will take place from his
late home on Daugherty street at 3
j m. tomorrow. Rev. R. F. Rogers
will conduct the services, and inter interment
ment interment will be made in Greenwood. The
pall bearers, Messrs. J. A. Chandler,
W. L. Colbert, Baxter Cam, W. W.
Clyatt, H. D. Stokes and DeWitt
Griffin, are requested to meet at the
undertaking parlors of Pyles & Per Per-l
l Per-l 'ns at 2:15 p. m.
KATES Six line maximum, one
I time, 25c. :three times, 50c; six times
! r T 11 : J
ioc; one momn $o. rayaoie in au-vai'ce.
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OVERLAND AND WILLYS-KNIGHT AUTOS
FOR SALE One-ton worm drive
Ford truck, one Ford touring car, one
u-o chest, one 6-foot show case, one
brass store lamp. Address No. 7, W.
Fifth St., Ocala.
A. E. GERIG
Fresh country eggs 35
dozen while they last, at H.
Health is purchasable, says the
State Board of Health. If it is not
yours, get in from your doctor.
Mr. William Gordon, after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit to his brother, Mr. Henry
Gordon and family, left yesterday for
his home in Louisiana.
of all kinds
FLORIDA BEEF, PORK,
New York Market
Fresh country eggs 35 cents a
dozen while they last, at H. B. Whit Whit-tington's.
tington's. Whit-tington's. Phone 377. 2t
Early to drain and early to oil,
makes for health, wealth and hardy
toil, suggests the State Board of
Mr. R. J. Lutes received this morn morning
ing morning a 'phone message from Lieut. R.
J. Johnson, at Leesburg, announcing
that he was on his way back to Ocala
and expected to arrive some time this
afternoon, and will be ready to make
flights immediately with any one who
desire sto go. The charges will be $10
a flight, 15 a flight with a stunt and
$25 a flight with al lstunts. These
gentlemen expect to make Ocala their
peimanent landing field and open next
Monday a class for pilots.
Fresh country eggs 35 cents a
dozen while they last, at H. B. Whit-
tington's. Phone 377. 2t
.A State Board of Health story in
three words: Barefeet, grounditch,
hookworm. A sequel: examination,
WANTED At once, boy from six sixteen
teen sixteen years up. Apply Williams News
MULE FOR SALE One bay mule,
cheap for cash. Apply to William
Michael, Santos, Fla.
FOR SALE Team of young
medium size mule s. Per
fectly sound and gentle, price
670. Eastlake Investment
Co. Eastlake, Fla. 30-6t
Miss Marie McKean will arrive in
the city tomorrow afternoon to be the
guest for the remainder of the wreek
at the home of her grandparents,
Judge and Mrs. W. S. Bullock, and
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Mr. Albert Griffin, with the Carroll
Motors Company, has returned from
Brooksville, where he was a business
Mr. Leonard Redding of the Shady
section, has sold his farm there and
be upht an orange grove near Orlando,
where he and his family will in the
future reside. Mr. Redding is a
brother of rM .Rube Redding and has
many friends throughout the county
who regret that he has decided to
make his home elsewhere.
Have you had malaria. If so, why?
sl: the State Board of Health. It is
a preventable disease.
IN OUR NEW STORE
Wednesday morning you will find
us located in the Ocala House block.
Come in and look at our new place.
Hi Cash and Carry.
FREE MOTOR INFORMATION
. Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
Fresh country eggs 35
dozen while they last, at II.
tington's. Phone 377.
Mr. L. B. Bennett, lubricating engi
neer of the Texas Company, will be at
our filling station 011 Monday, Tues-
Ldav and Wednesday, March 29, 30 and
31. to trive free information as to the
proper lubrication of your motor re
gardless of the make of your car.
AUTO SALES CO.,
25-Gt Mack Taylor.
: A NERVOUS .WRECK
From Three Years Suffering. Says
Cardui Made Her Well.
Texas City, Tex. In an interesting
ttatement, Mrs. G. H. Schill, of this town,
lays: "For three years I suffered untold
agony with my head. I was unable to
do any of my work.
I just wanted to sleep all the time, for
that was the only ease 1 could get, when
I w-asleep. I became a nervous wreck
Just from the awful suffering with my
1 was so nervous that the least noise
would make me jump out of my bed. 1
had no energy, and was unable to do
anything. My son, a young boy, had to
do all my household duties.
I was not able- to do anything until 1
took Cardui. 1 took three bottles in all,
and it surely cured me of those awful
headaches. That has been three years
ago, and I know the cure is permanent,
for I have never had any headache since
taking Cardui. .
Nothing relieved me until I took Cardui.
It did wonders for me."
Try Cardui for your troubles made
from medicinal ingredients recommended
in medical books as being of benefit in
female troubles, and 40 years of use has
proven that the books are right. Begin
taking G dui today. NC-134
Mr. L. B. Bennett arrived in the
city yesterday for a several days visit.
Mr. Bennett is a lubricating engineer
of the Texas Oil Co. of Atlanta, and
ii'. puttipg on demonstrations free of
change at the filling station. He is
an expert in his line and it will pay
any motorist to consult him on the
proper lubrication of his car, which
when improperly done is the basis A
H Glasses help relax your
,0 nerves, aid in stopping
headaches and lengthen
see. your life by shortening
.w your worries.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician.
WANTED Two expert automobile
mechanics. Ocala Motor Co. Phone
Full line Goodyear and United State Tires
EXIOE STORAGE BATTERIES
GAS, OILS AND GREASE
Phone 129 Ocala, Fla.
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VALUABLE PROPERTY AT BAR
GAIN Two residences in Ocaia,
close in, choice location, pay good in-
erest on money, all modern improve-
mcnts, for sale at a bargain, au-
dress tsox bvv, cny. j7-ui,
W ANTE D Comfortable furnished
partments for light housekeeping in
desirable neighborhood. Apply "W
care Star. 3-27-Gt
FOR SALE One mce Jersey cow.
Will be frehs in about three or four
weeks. W. D. Carn. 27-Ut
I' OR SALE On account 01 work now
dont by a tractor, three good plow
huiies. Price $200 each. Apply Parker
Painter, Broadacres, 5 Mi miles north
r fhnl.i in the West Anthony
c 1 ucaia
WANTED If you have anything in
the line of furniutre, either new or
second hand, call on me. I pay high
est cash prices for same. B. Goldman,
Ocala, Fla. 9-tf
FOR SALE Florida .Runner pea peanuts,
nuts, peanuts, well matured for seed; 12
cents per pound in any quantity. An
thony Farms, Anthony, hla. 24-tf
FURNITURE, ETC. i buy and se
second hand furniture. Experts put it
m trood condition before re-sellint;.
Hci air sewing machines, lawn mow
ers, t-namelware. etc. J. W. Hunter,
:U0, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf
NOTICE of ANIMALS IMPOUNDED
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
To Whom It May Concern:
This is to certify that I have this
day placed in the city pound the fol following
lowing following described animal, which have
been found running at large" within
the corporate limits of the city of
Ocala, contrary to the ordinances of
Six pied cows marked hole one ear,
hole and underbit in other.
The owners thereof or their agents,
and all whom it may concern, are
hereby notified that if the animals are
not claimed and all expenses of taking
and impounding thereof are not paid
within three days from date hereoi,
to-wit: On the 1st day of April,
920, I will sell the same to the high highest
est highest and best bidder, said sale to take
place between the hours of 11 a. m.
and 3 p. m. on said day at the city
pound in Ocala, Florida.
S. C. M. Thomas,
- Marshal City of Ocala.
C. A. Holloway, Impounder. It
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
- OF TRAINS IN OCALA
FOR SALE Cut down 1918 mode
Ford: new tires; A-l condition; price
for immediate sale $350 cash. Ad
dress P. O. Box 424, Ocala, Fla. 25-tf
. . - t
LOST Between Leesburg and Ocala
dark gray overcoat, gloves in pocket
Name J. W. Shaw inside pocket. Find
er please communicate with J. W
Shaw. Ouincv. Fla.. or office of this
' T T
An eminent authority in such mat matters,
ters, matters, in remarking that the tarantula
Is a spider, says of that terrifying
creature that it is the Lycosa Taran- j
tula, a species of spider found in some
of the warmer parts of Italy and i
Spain. When full grown it is about j
ihe size of a chestnut and of a brown j
color. Its bite was at one tinie sup- j
posed to be dangerous and to induce
a kind of "dancing disease," but now j
it is known not to be worse than the
sting of a common wasp.
Tr is nn old falrie. extending to re
motest times, that the bite of this spi-
der would produce epilepsy or a
strange dancing mania in its victims
onH thnt fhis rnilensv or madness
could be relieved only by a particular j
kind of music. The tarantula of Italy J
and Spain and it Is found in those j
countries today has hairy legs with
black markings on them.
' a. T :
America's Debt to Jews.
Jews figured very prominently In the
discovery of America, by Columbus nc-
i n 1. 1 1 1 f
cording to itanni uavm i-iiinpsnn u ;
Cincinnati. The first man w ho stepped j
on the shore of the new world was the ;
Interpreter of the expedition. Luis de j
Torres, a .Vv. Denial, the ship sur-
geon. was also n .jew, as were seventi
members of the crew.
It is alo now said to be established
that the long-credited belief Hint Queen
Isabella pawned her Jewels to ftirnMi
Columbus with the fund for ihe trip
Is a legend. Thes funds, it Is said,
were furnished by tv .lews, Luis
Santangel and flarfel Sanchez. A let letter
ter letter by Columbus to Sanchez is still ex extant,
tant, extant, In which he gives some account
of his exploits.
TAKE enre of yourself, your
Health. Coiiifort an! good
complexion. La Vida im improves
proves improves f kin. scalp and hair, rests
tired nerves; relieves muscle sore soreness,
ness, soreness, insttninia. headaches; rheu rheumatism,
matism, rheumatism, tones up the whole body.
'La Vida means Life
A sturdy, compact vibrator, yet
lipht and easy to use. Fits any
light socket. No parts to oil, it
can never wear out.
Comes complete, neatly boxed,
with three applicators for face,
scalp r.:id Jc.!; Ilrv.cmtier, La
Vida is more tlian a face maware
vibrator: it is for heavy body
treatment as well.
Every home needs La Vida. IT
it every day for your Health,
X ocALA' FLA J
Six hundred ladies can get the
IilGGEST BARGAIN at Gerig's Spec Special
ial Special Sale. Come in and see for your yourself.
self. yourself. Gerig's Drug Store. C-tf
ATTACKS LAGHIPPE A1ID
nnino tudcc h
Arrival and Depatture or passenger
rains at OCAL.4. UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published infurmaticu'ar.d not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (K; .Uin .Standard Time)
SEAIIOiKI) Mil MNt RAILROAD
WANTED To rent furnished apart apart-n.ent
n.ent apart-n.ent or house. Permanent. Best of
j references. Address, Box 429. 3-27-bt
OAK and PINE
Cut to Any Length
GILES WOOD YARD
TBE WILLIAMS JUBILEE SINGERS
Will again appear in Ocala and iqjive our citizens an opportunity to hear
their excellent singing on
WEDNESDAY EVENING MAR. 31
MT. MORI AH BAPTIST CHURCH
Ample seating capacity will be reserved for white people,
this opportunity to hear one of the b est troupes on the road
50c. and 75c; children 25c
Doors open 8 p. m. Program starts 8:30.
TICKETS ON SALE AT COURT PHARMACY
Doors Open 8 P. IH. Program Starts 8: 30
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:09 a. m
Leave for Tampa 2:10 a. m
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:30p.m.
Leave for Tampa 1:50 p. m
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 4:24 p. m
T.nvo for TamDa 4:Z5 p. m.
Arrive from Tampa 2:14 a. m
Leave for Jacksonville 2:15 a.m.
Arrive from TamDa 1:35 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. 1:55 p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 4:04 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. 4:05 p.m.
Atlantic T-oast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:14 a. m
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:15a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville. 10:12 p. m.
Leave for Leesburg 10:13 p.m.
Arrive from Jt. Petersburg 2:11a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville 2:12 a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. . 1:45 p. m.
Arrive from Leesburg 6:41a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. . 6:42 a. m.
Arrive from Homosassa... 1.2o p. m.
Leave for Homosassa 3:25 p.m.
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday. . 11 :50 a. m.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday 4:45 p.m.
Leave for Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a. m.
Ar. from Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11:03 p. m.
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.
Arrive frGm Wilcox, Monday-
Wednesday, Friday. 6:45 p.m.
Star unclassified ads. turn the trick.
FOR SALE Lot on West Broadway
near lair grounas, ado ieet square;
four-room house; cash price $300. Ap-
plv to Randolph Moore, Evinston,
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
Two rooms, suitable for light house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping and with all modern improve improvements.
ments. improvements. Apply to C. Y. Miller, 124 S.
Tenth street. 3-24-tf
FOR SALE Eight months old pure purebred
bred purebred Jersey-Duroc boar, son of the
riant Defender boar that heads the
Anthony Farms herd and the top of
ten gilts purchased from this herd last
spring. Price, $75. Apply Parker
Painter, Broadacres, 5! miles north
of Oc-ala on the Anthony road. 24-6t
Dr. Williams 101 Tonic Gets Right to
Work to Clean and Strengthen
Iron, Quinine and Magnesia are the
main chemicals in 101 Tonic. Each
one attacks Colds, LaGrippe and Ma Malaria
laria Malaria in its own way. Iron strengthens
the blood, Quinine kills the disease
germs in it, Magnesia clears the body
of all its accumulated poisons.
Not many colds will stand this at attack.
tack. attack. They soon give in and you feel
auite your old self again.
' Dr. Williams' 101 Tonic is also a
mighty fine general tonic and a lax laxative.
ative. laxative. Always keep it on hand.
25c. and 50c. bottles for sr.le at
your drug store. Adv. No. 2
1 :0f pm
1: j; am
1 :50 pm
Jack son ville-N 'York
Tampa 2:15 am
Manatee- 3:35 pm
Tarn pa-Manatee 1 :35 pm
4:2.pm Tampa-St. P'tersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 pm Jacksonville-N'York 3:15 am
1:43 pm J'ksonville-Ga'nsville 3:35 pm
() i 2 anTI'ksonville-G'nesvile 10:13 pm
3:18 am St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
8:3f. pm St.Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am- Dunnellon-Wilcox
:25 am Dun'ellon-L'kelnd 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:lo pm Leesburg 6:42am
4:4.rpm Gainesville 1 1:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
Who's your haberdasher? See H. A.
Waterman, the haberdasher, for your
spring straw, Panama or balliluk hat.
II. A. Watermah. 2C-4t
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's shop. Phone
FOR SALE One eight-year-old mare
mule, weight around 950 pounds. Price
S250. E. B. Lytle, Weirsdale, Fla., 12t
FOR SALE I have three half-acre
lots for sale at a bargain on Fort
King avenue just opposite Dr. C. B.
Aver's residence. Jack Thomson. 12t
HIDES WANTED We are paying
the highest market price for green
and salted hides. Full weight. B.
Goldman, Ocala, Fla. 20-tf
HUNTER'S ADTO EXCHANGE
FOR SALE Two large proven brood j
sows, grades, one Poland China, one
Duroe. Will have pigs in a few weeks, j
l:cth are exceptionally fine sows, j
Price j0 each. Also three smaller
grade sows soon to have pigs at $40
each. Parker Painter, Broadacres, i
oli- miles north of Ocala on the West :
Ar.thonv road. 24-6t ;
FOR SALE Two Jersey cows, ont
extra fine, giving three gallons per
clay; other to be fresh in few days. C.
A. Holloway. 715Lime St. Ocala. 19-tf
New arrivals: Spring flies. Don't
h.t them be guests in your home,
ui-es the State Board of Health.
GIVE IT A TOUCH
OF NEW PAINT
and you give it new fife. Fine,
fresh paint does make such a
difference to the body of a car,
which is the most conspicuous
part of an auto. We paint cars
with skill and care, and dry and
finish them with that new factory-like
look.' Most of the
good-looking cars you see are
TOPS New, covered, patched and coated with a patent wax paste
that makes old tops absolutely waterproof.
PAINTING Autos painted, striped and finished in the best of
UPHOLSTERING We are prepared to give you satisfactory ser service
vice service in upholstering backs, seats or cushions.
TIRES, TUBES, GAS and OILS
LET US REPAIR, PAINT AM) UPHOLSTER YOUR CAR, SO
YOU CAN ENJOY IT YOURSELF OR SELL TO ADVANTAGE.
AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED
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