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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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EVENING

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Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and
Thursdaye, central jand south portions,
probably rain north portion.

PRESIDENT 111!
AT HOME AGUE
Received an Enthusiastic Greeting
When he Landed in Boston
this Morning

- (Associated Press)
Boston, Feb. 24. The president
landed this morning from the George
Washington at 11:42 o'clock.
There were cheers from the throng
as the president stepped ashore. The
reception at the "pier was informal.
As soon as he landed the president
started on his drive across the city
to the hotel. The president stood in
his car during the entire parade,
acknowledging the continuous dem dem-onstration.
onstration. dem-onstration. Mr. "Wilson retired to his

room for a brief rest before luncheon, i
THE GUEST OF THE CITY
Boston, Feb. 24. President Wil Wilson
son Wilson was the guest of Boston today.
Thousands from all parts of New
England arrived this morning to swell
the throngs on the streets, through
which it was arranged he would pass
cH his way from the pier to the hotel.
The transport George Washington
dropped anchor in the harbor shortly
after dark last night. The president
is expected to speak at 2:30 this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and will leave for Washing Washington
ton Washington two hours later. )
HIS TORMENTORS AWAITED HIM
Boston, Feb. 24 Twenty-two wom women,
en, women, members of the national woman's
party,, carrying suffrage banners
were arrested in front of the State
House here today when they refused
to comply with police orders to move,
on. They were charged with failing
to obey the city ordinance.
A NARROW ESCAPE
On Board IJ. S. S. George Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, FebyZ3. -The president's ship
and its destroyer escort, the Harding,
lost their bearings in the heavy fog
and rain off the Massachusetts coact
yesterday afternoon while running for
Boston light and came within per perhaps
haps perhaps one thousand yards of ground grounding
ing grounding off the beach at Thatchers Island,
Cape Ann.
C. E. THOMAS
The Star sincerely regrets to hear
of the death at the home of his
brother at Sparr, Sunday, of Mr. C. E.
Thomas.
Mr. Thomas was a gentleman well
and favorably known in Ocala. He
was for a time cashier at the A. C. L.
1 freight depot and was junior mem
ber of the Cam-Thomas Company
when that firm went into business.
About five years ago, he transferred
his interest to his partner and remov removed
ed removed to Clearwater, where he remained
it- business until a couple of months
ago. At that time he sold out and
came to Sparr for a visit to his broth brother.
er. brother. He was in town visiting his Ocala
friends only a couple of weeks ago.
His death was due to influenza.
Mr. Thomas was about thirty-nine
years old and leaves a wife and five
children. His remains were laid to
rest in the cemetery at Fort McCoy
this morning.
RAST TAKEN TO RAIFORD
r (Times-Union)
At 10 o'clock yesterday morning,
an automobile left the Duval county
jail having in it John Walter Rast,
withRaiford as the destination, where
the state prison farm is located and
where Rast is to serve a sentence of
ten years, he having been found guil guilty
ty guilty of the charge of embezzling $138, $138,-000,
000, $138,-000, funds of the .state arid county,
while tax collector of Duval county.
Counsel for Rast is still busy with
efforts to get the Rast case before
the supreme court. As the matter now
stands, this would mean a cost of be between
tween between $5000 and $6000 for Rast and
this amount, it is said, he is unable to,
produce, having, through his at tor-1
neys, filed petition 'for insolvency.
This plea was denied by the court, on
the ground that Rast, while on the
witness stand, made the ; admission
that he had realty to the amount of
.$18,000. r
NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF
DICKISON CHAPTER, U. D. C.
- Mrs. Amos H. Norris of Tampa,
state president of the Florida Divis Division,
ion, Division, U. D. C, will not arrive in Ocala
Tuesday. The picnic planned for that
day in honor of Mrs. Norris has been
postponed until Thursday afternoon
at 3 o'clock. All Daughters are urg urged
ed urged to provide themselves with cars
to go to ilver Springs. All members
will meet at the Ocala House and pro provide
vide provide themselves with lunch..
' There is never a doubt when, you
buy Norris Candy. You have bought
the best. The Court Pharmacy.

PLANNED TO KILL
THE PRESIDENT

(
Fourteen Members of the Spanish I.
, W. W. Under Arrest in New
York City
(Associated Press)
New York, Feb. 24. Fourteen
members of the Spanish branch of the
I. W. W. were arrested by secret serv service
ice service men and members of the police
bomb squad in two raids here late yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. While they are charged
formally with having seditious liter literature
ature literature in their, possession government
agents claimed to have evidence they
were hatching a terrorist plot.
Frank Francisco and Edward J.
Dowd, of the secret service, as well as
New York detectives who assisted
them in the raids declared they had
obtained evidence which wtould be used
in an attempt to prove the prisoners
had planned to assassinate President
Wilson in Boston today.
WERE ON THEIR WAY
New York, Feb. 24. Federal au authorities
thorities authorities today are examining' the
personal effects and papers of four fourteen
teen fourteen Spaniards, members of the In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Workers of the World, arrest arrested
ed arrested here yesterday on "suspicion that
two of their number were concerned
in a plot to attempt the-life of the
president on his landing in Boston.
While definite information is lacking,
the authorities admitted the arrests
were prompted by the report that two
Philadelphia Spariards were en route
to Boston as agents in the alleged
plot.- These two are among the four fourteen
teen fourteen arrested.
THE ROAD QUESTION
Editor Star: In your issue of the
17th, I notice that a committee has
been before the county commissioners
with regard to bonding the county
for good roads, and as this matter is
of vital importance to this scsction, I
hope that the commissioners will give
same their careful consideration; in
fact, put the issue before the people.
Our roads are in a terrible condi condition
tion condition and it is time something was
done, as the present system of .work .working
ing .working roads in this section is a failure,
pure and simple.
; What is the use of scarifying and
grading lime roads, without using a
roller of some description to crush
lumps and pack the roadbed. This
system might work all right in sand,
or with sifted material, but with lime
direct from the pit, with lumps, rocks,"
etc., why, you can spend weeks build building
ing building a road that is in practically the
same condition when you get through
as when you started.
I believe the people of this section
would sit up and take notice if they
knew the amount of money that is
spent annually on 'Marion county
roads.
The crews that are now working
same," seem to me to start when they
get ready and knock off when they
get tired. They evidently have a soft
job.
Road building is an art that re requires
quires requires some skill, but mostly machin machinery
ery machinery and hard work, and it is doubtful
if we will ever have good roads until
same are let out by contract, or built
under the direction of a man who
knows his business.
This might also be said of the city
road building department which is, to
use a slang expression, on the blink.
Merely using a crew to haul lime,
which is thrown down in holes for the
first rain to make a mud puddle or
wash in the gutter, while our city
road roller stands idle in the weather
and rusts out. If it is not used and
greased up more than it has been the
past year, doubtless it will soon be
advertised for sale as junk.
Also, will at least one of our city
councilmen kindly explain through the
Star why approximately $1000 worth
of asphalt, which is "first-class road
building material, was dumped on the
city lot and wasted. I notice that
said asphalt has made an. asphalt
road nearly to Taylor's pond.
Eric J. Collier.
TEMPLE ATTRACTIONS
FOR THE WEEK
Today: Emmy Wehlen in "Sylvia
on a Spree."
Tuesday: Marion Davis in "The
Burden of Proof."
Wednesday: Gladys Brockwell in
"The Strange Woman."
Thursday: Montagu Love in "The
Roughneck."
Saturday: Al. G. Field's Minstrels.
' ; V-
Another car of four bix Maxwell
worm-gear trucks will be unloaded
this week, making four carloads of
these popular trucks to be handled in
the past four months. .Call and see
them. They will solve your hauling
pioblems.' The Maxwell-Chalmers
Agency, Ocala. 24-6t

OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1919.

ME TAX
All kiable for the Tax Must Pay by
March 15 or They Will be
Subject to Penalty
Jacksonville, Feb.' 23. With the
passage of the new revenue bill the
problem of making out an income tax
return for 1918 is presented to mill millions
ions millions of taxpayers and Collector of In Internal
ternal Internal Revenue James M. Cathcart
for weeks has been preparing for the
income tax drive now on in Florida.
Last year the taxpayer had to keep
in mind the provisions of the 1916 and
1917 acts, both of which were effec effective.
tive. effective. This year he has only one law
to consider. The new revenue bill,
however, contains a number of im important
portant important changes, with which, in order
to fully comply with the law, taxpay taxpayers
ers taxpayers must acquaint themselves.
Probably the most important
change affecting individuals is the
rate, the exemptions of $1000 for
single persons and $2000 for married
persons and heads of families remain remaining
ing remaining the same-as under the 1917 act.
The normal rate of tax under the new
act is G per cent on the first $4000 of
net income above the exemptions and
12 per cent on the remaining net in income.
come. income. This." applies to every citizen
and resident of the United States.
Alien non-residents of the United
States having property here are tax taxed
ed taxed on the income from that property
to the full 12 per cent of the normal
tax. For 1919 and subsequent years
the rates are fixed .at 4 and 8 per cent
respectively. Under the 1917 act the
normal rate was 2 per cent on net in income
come income in excess of the exemptions.
Under the 1916 act the normal rate
was 2 per cent on the net income of
single persons in excess of $3000 and
2 per cent on the net income of mar married
ried married persons' and heads of families in
excess of $4000. The normal rate of
tax on incomes in excess of the ex exemptions
emptions exemptions provided for by m the 1916
act, therefore was 4 per cent.
The new bill provides an additional
exemption of '$200 for each persoi.
dependent upon the taxpayer for chief
support, if such person is l under
eighteen years of age, or incapable
of self-support. Under the 1917 act
the $200 exemption was granted only
for each dependent child of the person
making the return, or when the return
was made by the head of a family, for
each dependent child of a family. A
head of a family is one who supports
one or more persons closely connected
with him by b lood relationship, re relationship
lationship relationship by marriage, or by adoption.
The period for filing ends March
15. The tax may be paid in full at
the time of filing the return, or in
four installments ,the first of which
is due on or before March 15, the sec second
ond second on tor before June 15, the third on
or before September 15 and the fourth
on or before December 15.
Heavy penalties are provided for
persons who fail or "wilfully refuse"
to file their return and pay the tax
within the time specified by law. For
failure to file a return the penalty is
a fine of not more than $1000 and an
additional assessment of 25 per cent
of the amount of tax due. For "wil "wilfully
fully "wilfully refusing" to make a return the
penalty is a fine of not more than
$10,000, or one yearns imprisonment,
or both. A similar 'penalty is pro provided
vided provided for making fraudulent return,
and, in addition, an assessment of 50
per cent of the amount due. Persons
who fail to pay the tax when due are
subject to a fine of not more than
$1000 and an assessment of 5 per
cent of the amount unpaid, plus 1 per
cent interest for each full month dur during
ing during which it remains unpaid.
Forms for making returns may be
obtained from the offices of Collector
Cathcart in Jacksonville, Gainesville,
Tallahassee, Pensacola, Daytona, Key
West, Tampa, St. Petersburg and
Miami as well as from deputy collec collectors
tors collectors in the field.
Taxpayers with incomes of lesj
than $5000 should ask for form
1040 A. Those with incomes of more
than $5000 should ask for form 1040.
-
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT
Notice is given, that as surviving
partner of the firm of G. K. & E. M.
Williams, I will on Monday, the 3rd
day of March, 1919, offer for sale,
and sell at private sale, all of the ef effects
fects effects of the said firm, to settle the
debts of said firm, and will wind up
the affairs of the business lately con conducted
ducted conducted by said firm.
2-20-2t. E. M. Williams.
True fruit soda, delicious crushed
fruits and nuts. Our fountain is full
of them. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. 6t
Maxwell ? Passenger Cars. Immed Immediate
iate Immediate delivery on the handsome 1919
models. We have fifteen cars now on
display. Come in and talk the matter
over with us. The most economical car
you can drive. They easily cut off
one-third from your gas and oil bills.
The 'Maxwell-Chalmers Agency. 24-6t

INSTRUCTIONS

SHIPS LIKELY TO

BE SUNK
Both British and American Naval
Officers Want to Send Hun War
Vessels to the Bottom
(Associated Press)
Paris, Feb. 24. While the supremv
war council has not discussed the dis disposition
position disposition of the surrendered German
warships, the naval experts of the
ccuncil have studied the subject,
British and American officers agree agreeing
ing agreeing that the proper solution is to sink
them, while French and Italian offic officers
ers officers disagree. If the experts don't
soon reach an agreement the matter
may be taken up directly by the coun council.
cil. council. DESIRES TO AVERT
THE DANGER
(Associated Press; I
London, Feb. 24 -The United King Kingdom
dom Kingdom faces a prospect of civil strife
and the house of commons should do
everything in its power to avert it.
Premier Lloyd George declared today
introducing a bill constituting a com committee
mittee committee to inquire into conditions pre prevailing
vailing prevailing in the coal industry.
CASH TAKEN AT COLUMBIA
(Associated Press)
Columbia, S. C, Feb. 24-About
$20,000 in cash was stolen from tha
vault in the treasurer's office of Rich Richland
land Richland county here between Saturday
evening and thfs morning, it was an announced
nounced announced today. The robbers forced
the vault with a crowbar. There is
no clue to the robbers.
MUCH TROUBLE AT MANNHEIM
r (Associated Press)
Copenhagen, Sunday, Feb. 23. A
dispatch to the Berlin Lokal Anzeiger
says at Mannheim during the demon demonstration
stration demonstration following the assassination
of Kurt Eisner, the Bavarian pre premier,...
mier,... premier,... there were great disturbances.
Numerous .buildings were broken Into.
i : :
HELPING THE CHILDREN
We publish below the annual re report
port report of the "Department for Cripple
Children," located in Ocala. This wt
consider one of the most important
things being done by the State Board
of Health and we heartily commend
the management: i
Ocala, Fla., January 19.
Dr. W. H. Coxi State Health Officer,
Jacksonville, Fla.:
My dear Doctor: I' herewith submit
annual report of the othopedic de-,
partment of the State Board of
Health, located at Ocala, for the year
ending Dec. 31, 1918. Ity is better
known as the hospital for crippled
children.
The medical profession of Ocala
has shown a continued and gratify gratifying
ing gratifying willingness to assist in any way
with the work and each is herewith
tendered due appreciation. The citi citizens
zens citizens who have taken the children to
ride, the dentists, druggists, barbers,
story tellers, Christmas tree makers
and especially Mrs. Ed Carmichael,
who gives the children freedom of
Silver Springs as bathing, and picnic
grounds, and all who have in any way
contributed of their time, material or
skill towards the welfare and comfort
cf the little ones, have placed us un under
der under many obligations. A voluntary
$5 from. Mr. Will Condan and a ?12
suit of clothes from Mr. E. DeCamp
are thankfully acknowledged.
We thank Professors Booe, John Johnson
son Johnson and Blake for much and tedious
labor in making the photographs.
They do it gratis.
Dr. Harry Walters gives special
rates for the X-ray work. The Ocala
Knitting Mill gives several dollars
worth of goods." Messrs. George
Pasteur, H. B. Masters Co. and the O.
K. Teapot Grocery furnish ambulance
service and the library gives free use
of its books. Each has our thanks.
Miss O. Dilday, superintendent of
the Marion County Hospital, has car cared
ed cared for the children very acceptably.
Generous Ed Bennett gives free tick tickets
ets tickets to the movies. The Ocala Ban Banner
ner Banner and the Ocala Star have our ap appreciation
preciation appreciation for outspoken interest.
A. word of recognition is due the
social workers, field workers, teacher teacher-nurses,
nurses, teacher-nurses, etc., whp are serving under
Dr. Grace Whitford in the child's
welfare and education department, re recently
cently recently organized by you, for their en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm in co-operating with the
hospital for crippled children. .They
are responsible for seven children
having an opportunity to get the
benefit of the fund, and this new de department
partment department promises much in the way
of getting rid of the inertia that
characterizes my patrons. This infor information
mation information is given you because it is not
likely to be brought otherwise to your
attention. Please furnish me with
the- name of each worker.
A local committee has been official-

HIM

FOR HIE IIS
Their Famous Long-IJange Cannon to
be Exhibited in the City it An Annoyed
noyed Annoyed but Couldn't Terrify
(Associated Press)
Paris, Feb. 24. The German long
range gun which was used to shell
Pans is now en route here and will
be placed on exhibition.
AMERICAN PROPERTY BURNED
Paris, .Sunday, Feb. 23. Only one
building at the American camp at
Issurtilie, and not the whole canton canton-menc,
menc, canton-menc, was destroyed by fire yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The loss is estimated at more
than a million francs.
WHAT'S THE USE?
Paris, Feb. 24 (By the Associated
Press.) '1 he -present indications art
that nothing regarding responsibility
for the war beyond a declaration of
general principles, will be included in
the preliminary peace treaty.
.CLEM ENCEAU IMPROVES

Paris, Feb. 24.Premier Clemen-fas

ceau's condition continues satisfac satisfactory,
tory, satisfactory, the Associated Press was in informed
formed informed this morning. The premier
spent a good night.
EARLY PEACE AHEAD
Paris, Sunday, Feb. 23. (By the
Associated Press.) The atmosphere
around the peace conference has
changed during the last few days.
The deliberations and caution which
marked the proceedings of the impor important
tant important commission have given way "and
talk of an early peace has become
general. French Foreign Minister
Pichon, talkingto the correspondents
today, referred to the fact that Presi President
dent President Wilson thought when he left
peace would be reached by the mid middle
dle middle of May, but added it is now re regarded
garded regarded that peace may come possibly
sooner.
OKLAWAHA APPROPRIATION
Conference Committee Finally Agreed
to a Compromise
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 24. Senate and
House conferees on the rivers and
harboVs appropriation bill yesterday
reached a compromise on the appro appropriations
priations appropriations for the Oklawaha river in
Florida, whereby $95,000 would be
authorized for completing the present
four-foot channel project instead of
$100,000 for the proposed new six six-foot
foot six-foot channel. The Oklawaha river ap appropriation
propriation appropriation aroused much criticism in
the Senate.
FREED THEIR FRIENDS
(Associated Press)
London, Feb. 24. Spartacan riots
have occurred at Nuremberg, Bavaria,
where the prisons were opened and
street fighting is in progress, accord according
ing according to an Exchange Telegraph Copen Copen-haven
haven Copen-haven dispatch.
ASIATIC DESPOT BUMPED OFF
(Associated Press)
London, Feb. 24. Habibullah Khan,
Amir of Afghanistan, was murdered
February 20th, it was anounced here
today. 1
ly appointed to watch over the inter interests
ests interests of the children committed here.
This committee consists of Mr. Chas.
S. Cullen, the local representative of
the Children's Home Society, Dr. J.
E. Chace, mayor of Ocala, and Miss
Nellie Stevens, superintendent of the
Ccaal primary school.
A special word about outdoor cor correspondence
respondence correspondence cases. They are as you
know quite numerous and many' live
more than 200 miles away, so it has
happened that I have visited several
at and in their homes tho' you have
not as a rule asked me to do this. Once
you offered to pay me for this service
extra. The child's education and wel welfare
fare welfare bureau will, I hope, help me to
solve this question as to transporta transportation
tion transportation of the very poor whose income
is so often less than their expenses.
I am pleased to know that you are
interested in this department and
that you have so many times "drop "dropped
ped "dropped in" to take a look at the children
and the hospital, in the last twelve
months. Your visits have done good
every time, and are therefore very
much appreciated.
During the year about 60 new pa patients
tients patients were treated, some 45 of whom
after a limited stay in the hospital
became out door patients, remaining
under the physician's care, but com coming
ing coming and going from the homes of
their parents. There have been no
deaths among the children and every
cne has improved in general health
while being treated for their deform deformities;
ities; deformities; E. Van Hood,
Surgeon in Chief.

VOL. 26, NO. 19

SIX-FOOT CiWUtlEL
TO SILVER SPDS
And Foui Feet to Lee&burg Secured -by
Fletcher and Clark for the4
Ollawaha .Improvement
(Special to the Star)
Washington, Feb. 24. The river
and harbor conferees give us four feet
to Leesbarg and six feet to Silver
Springs. This is the best that can be
had now. Frank Clark, M. C
GEN. BENNETT IL YOUNG
(Associated Press)
Louisville, Ky., Feb. 24, General
Bennett H. Young, commander-in-chief
of the United Confederate Vet Veterans
erans Veterans from 1913 to 1916, died at bis
home here yesterday afternoon after
a short illness. He returned to Louis Louisville
ville Louisville Saturday night a week ago in a
dying condition from Florida, where
he went several weeks ago to recu recuperate.,
perate., recuperate.,
-Gen. Young served with Morgan, J.
E. B. Stuart and Mosby during the
civil war and won considerable fame
a cal7 Jleaer'w.ln ,191t
Saddle," describing the operation of
the Confederate mounted forces dur during
ing during the war.
AID WANTED BY
- KING'S DAUGHTERS
The King's Daughters are desirous
of procuring a home for two children,
one of three years and one of eleven eleven-years.
years. eleven-years. It is a very worthy family,
but unfortunately the father is in the
hospital and will not be able to work
for three months. The mother in the
meantime is trying to care for her
sick husband and has been unable to
provide for the maintenance of her
family. Any contributions for ths
family will be gladly received by the
King's Daughters.
. PERKINS-MOORE
Mr. Jucie A. Perkins and Miss
Stella R. Moore were joined in wed wedlock
lock wedlock by Rev. Strickland at Oak Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, and left on the afternoon train
for a brief bridal trip.
Mr. Perkins is one of .the proprie proprietors
tors proprietors of the Harrington barbershop,
and is a well-known and much much-esteemed
esteemed much-esteemed .young citizen, both in
Ocala and his boyhood home east of
the Oklawaha. His bride is a very
pretty 'and charming young lady, he
favorite of al! in her home at An Anthony.
thony. Anthony. The young folks will be at
home some time this week, and will
receive a hearty welcome from their
friends.
WILSON A GRANDPOP AGAIN
(Associated IreaM)
Philadelphia, Feb. 24. A son was
born to Mrs. Francis B. Sayre. daugh daughter
ter daughter of President Wilson, at the Jef Jefferson
ferson Jefferson hospital here yesterday. Moth Mother
er Mother and child are doing well. This is
the president's fourth grandchild
AIRSHIP WRECKED
(Associated Press)
Miami, Feb. 24The naval dirigi dirigible
ble dirigible A-23G returning to Key West
from a flight to Tampa and Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville struck a tree in the outskirts of
Miami yesterday and is believed to be
a complete loss. Ensign D. P. Camp Campbell,
bell, Campbell, pilot, and Chief Quartermaster
J. H. Collier, the only persons aboard,
were rescued unharmed.
irS TOO FAR OFF
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 24. Right of
way for action on the resolution to
end government control of the tele telephone
phone telephone and telegraph systems Decem December
ber December 31st next, will be proposed this
week by the House rules committee,
it was announced today.
Another shipment of Nunnally's,
"The Cartfy of the South," in today.
We always have it fresh is ihe reason
we sell so much of it. Come and get
yours at Ge rig's Drug Store. tf
Ford Touring Car and Ford Road Roadster,
ster, Roadster, in first class condition; cheap at
the Maxwell-Chalmers Agency, Ocala,
Ha. 24-6t
OCALA LODGE NO. 2S6. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, nets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house oppo opposite
site opposite postcCce, east side.
C. W. Hunter, E. R.
E. J. Crock, Secretary.
A new shipment of Dr. Edison's
Cushion Sole and "Ezall" Arch Pro Protecting
tecting Protecting Shoes for ladies just received
at the Little Shoe Parlor. 7-tf

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1919

OCALA EVENING STAR
Published Krery Day Except Soaday by
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Over 60,000 people attended the
South Florida Fair in Tampa last
week, and the fair was in every way a
great success.
We see that Joe Earman interview
ed Mayor Hylan at Palm Beach. Now,
if Hearst could only havfc been pres present,
ent, present, there would have been three of a
kind.
Ex-President Taft talks like a dem democrat
ocrat democrat We don't mean those demo democrats
crats democrats who follow every fad and fancy,
but the old-fashioned kind who believe
in principle.
The Lakeland Star needn't worry
about our bet. There is no dema demagogue
gogue demagogue from Kansas or elsewhere who
is going to produce evidence that a'
lieutenant-colonel lined up a division
for inspection when it was on its way
back5 to rest from a battle.
The Yomachichi, a 9500.-ton freight
steamer, was launched from a Tampa
shipyard Saturday- the biggest ship
so far launched south' of the Virginia
capes. This is another proof that
Tampa doesn't really have to depend
on New York for its steamship lines.
Berger and his pals liken them themselves
selves themselves to' history's greatest martys.
Something of the sort was said by the
-Haymarket murderers in Chicago a
little over thirty years ago and out
of a nation of a hundred million peo people
ple people there are not ten thousand who
can remember their names.
It's the Star's opinion that the best
monument we can erect to our sol soldiers
diers soldiers and5 sailors will be some useful
building, with a bronze tablet inscrib inscribed
ed inscribed with their names fixed into one of
the walls. We don't want to encour encourage
age encourage any of the useless sculptural ugli ugliness
ness ugliness that was an after-curse of the
civil war.
Manv nennlf in Mnrinn rmmtv will
regret to hear of the death of C. A.
Emerson of, Jacksonville, who died in
France of pneumonia a few weeks
ago. MrVEmerspn was in the service,
.tho' in what branch we ; are not in informed.
formed. informed. He spent several years in
Ocala and Inverness, part of the time
with the Florida Abstract Company
ox this city, and for some months
with the Harrington hotel, his- star
being on the Harrington service flag.
He was a competent business man
and by his kind and courteous man manners
ners manners made a great many friends, who
will deeply regret to know he is dead.
" "
In the St. Catherine election very
few women exercised their franchise.
Some of these days the candidate who
puts most of his time in cultivating
the drawing-room and kitchen vote is
going to lose his deposit. Toronto
Mail and Empire.
A citizen of Ocala who was in a
large northern city, in a state where
women have the vote, on last election
day, says that he attended that eve evening"
ning" evening" a party at which were present
some ten or twelve women of the
well-to-do class. The question arose
as to how many of them had voted,
and it was found that not a single one
had availed herself of her privilege.
The Star has received the initial
number; of the St. Leo Cadet, a mag magazine
azine magazine published by the students of St.
Leo College, at St. Leo, Fla. It is a
very well-printed and newsy publica publication.
tion. publication. Jnf1 ff tti crmn tncf intoi-nt-f 4-.
all students at that excellent school
and their friends. One, notable feat feature
ure feature is its honor; roll, showing that
when the armistice was signed, forty forty-six
six forty-six graduates of the college were in

the service, of these nineteen being in
France, seven in the navy and the
others in the training camps. This is
a very high percentage for a school
the size of St. Leo and is incontrover incontrovertible
tible incontrovertible testimony to its patriotism.
INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
MAY BE ENLARGED

Dr. and Mrs. Harry Walters and the
editor of the Star were guests of the
irdustrial school at dinner Sunday.
They received a hearty welcome frpm
Miss Davis, Miss Sams and their pu pupils,
pils, pupils, and helped dispose of a very sub substantial
stantial substantial and excellently prepared
dinner, after which they looked over
the school and heard some fine music
from the girls before they regretful regretfully
ly regretfully decided they had tp return to town.
The school is in applepie order, and
all the pupils look and act like they
are happy and well cared for. They
are kept busy, for they have lots to do
between their studies and keepinfe
house; however,, they, have their time
for recreation, too, and the combina combination
tion combination seem sto agree with them. The
school is making a fine record and is
a credit to the state.
We understand that there are a
large number of applications filed to
send girls to the school, which appli applications
cations applications have to be held, because the
school is filled to its capacity, and un-:
due crowding "would be a detriment.
We hear that the legislature will be
asked to make considerable additions
to the school, to add to the present
.building, and put up another at least
as large. This should be done and we
are sure our representatives will sup support
port support such a measure.
The. city and county should help out
the sch5ol by improving the street
and road to it. The school is situat
ed at the end of Fort King avenue
about a mile outside the city limits.
There is a welLpaved( street for just
about one-fourth of the way from the
public square, but from there on it is
sand and mud the remainder of the
way. The city should make a good
street to its boundary, and the county
should carry the work on to the school
grounds, from where we think the
state will build a good road to the
door of the school. This improve improvement
ment improvement is due to our own people, who
take much interest in the school and
often visit.it, and also to visitors,
members of the state government, the
board of health and other distinguish
ed : people being here often; beside,
the only thing like an aviation held
we have is right by this road, which
should be improved for that reason,
if no other.
Miss Davis, the superintendent,
says the school runs just as smoothly
as any female college or boarding
school she is acquainted with, and the
girls have developed a firstclass school
spirit. It. certainly seems to be de
veloping them into charming and use
ful young women. Miss Alda Sams
is an excellent teacher, and it is -always
a pleasant occasion for a visitor
when she sits down at the piano,
which she touches- with most practic
ed fingers, and the girls gather around
her to sing. 'for their own enjoyment
and all who hear them.
"The Doughboy's Religion" is a very
interesting article 'written for one of
the March magazines by. Judge Ben
B. Lindsey, founder of the juvenile
tfdurt. Judge Lindsey sheds some
light on the unpopularity of the Y. M.
C. A. among many of our soldiers in
Frante. The judge says that the ?Y"
has, been faithful and honest and has
been a great help in many ways to
the soldiers, yet a very large propor proportion
tion proportion of them have a strong dislike for
it. On the other hand, the Red Cross
and the Salvation Army have the un undying
dying undying devotion of the men. The judge
has come to the conclusion that the
trouble is in the Y. M. C. A's. man manner
ner manner of presenting religion to. the sol soldiers.
diers. soldiers. It has been ascertained, from
questionnaires submitted by the "Y"
that the doughboys consider .coward .cowardice,
ice, .cowardice, selfishness and hypocrisy as the
three cardinal sins. And they consider
courage, self-sacrifice and humility
the greatest of virtues. The old doc doctrine
trine doctrine of being good in-order to escape
punishment has" no power with them.
From time immemorial, men and
women have been supposed to attain
salvation by forgetting their bodies,
but. in the fierce furnace of this war
our men and presumably their com comrades
rades comrades of the other Allied nations nations-have
have nations-have achieved what has never even
been thought of bef ore they have
forgotten their souls in their sense of
duty to their country and their com comrades.
rades. comrades. This is a doctrine that is go going
ing going to hit the orthodox a heavy jolt,
but they had better sit up and take
notice of it. An army officer of the
Star's acquaintance one of a year's
service in France, which included
much hard fighting says that Judge
Lindsey has, to the best of his knowl knowledge,
edge, knowledge, faithfully expressed the feelings
of the soldiers. However, there is no
doubt that the Y. M C. A. has done a
lot of good work, that it has softened
the hardships of war for many of our
men; so no one who has helped out its
campaign fund need regret his contri contribution.
bution. contribution. It has been seven weeks since the
law made this state bone dry, and it
must be said that in some places it
is yet decidedly damp. Considerable
booze is being absorbed in Ocala;. not
so much as when it could be shipped
in without difficulty, but a right smart
all the same. A good deal of it. is
moonshine and some is smuggled in
from the few wet states. There are
several "anti-flu", remedies that are
very popular; particularly among the
colored men. They won't prevent nor
cure the flu nor anything else, as they

are made up of drugs and all the alco alcohol
hol alcohol the law will permit, but they have
something like a kick to them. The
state board of health should examine
all these medicines, order them de destroyed
stroyed destroyed and prosecute those who have
been selling them. They are more
detrimental to the system than pure
whisky.
Wiliam Gates, an American who
has recently traveled thru Mexico,
says that the government of Carranza
in that country is as tyrannical and
more corrupt than that of the Ger

mans was in Belgium; that it was
pro-German and is now anti-American.
He says that there is some
peace and security for the people in
the parts of Mexico not dominated by
the Carranzistas, except in Yucatan,
where an I. W. W. group is in con control.
trol. control. If it wasn't for the moral sup
port of the United States, Carranza's
government would collapse.
There is some talk in Congress of
repealing the daylight saving law, but
we doubt that anything will be done
at this season. The law does not suit
the farmers of the country, and is of
no real use to anybody. All the day daylight
light daylight sayed on one side of a time belt
is lost on the other. Ocala people who
have found it difficult to arrange their
affairs to conform to the arbitrary
setting up of their time an hour a
few weeks ago, can probably imagine
the annoyance -it will be to set it up
again a few weeks hence. It will
mean in factthat our clocks will be
an hour and a half ahead of the sun,
which will be a brand of time that
won't suit anybody but a loafer or a
lunatic.
Our friend, Mack Cathcart, sent
us the other day, a little blank on
which to indicate our income, which
the same" we are to send him by
March 15 or go to jail. As .we haven't
anything to pay tax on except our
sr:ary, we will probably manage to
figure it ouf without spoiling more
than three or four blanks, but as we
looked over it, and noted the ins and
the outs, and guessed at what a devil
o. a time a man with one big business,
or two or three little businesses, and
a family arid a dozen of more em employes,
ployes, employes, and several other things to
calculate, would have in figuring the
thing out, and then thought of Point Point-dexter
dexter Point-dexter and Borah and Reed and Sher Sherman,
man, Sherman, and others pawing the air and
shouting in the Senate chamber about
the league -of nations and the Monroe
doctrine, neither of which they know
much about, we wondered why they
didn't instead put in their time trying
to simplify the revenue system. We
are supposed to be among the busi business
ness business leaders of the world, yet no other
nation has such complex and cum cumbrous
brous cumbrous tax methods as ours.
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort -King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. haU at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
V W. W. Stripling; C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. Fn
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star office building at 7:30 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome" always
extended to. visiting brothers. '.
Joe Poter, N. G.
J. D. McCaskilL Secretary.
R. A. M. CHAPTER NO. 13
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. on the first
Friday in every month at 7:30 p. m.
- J. A. Bouvier, H. P,
Jake Brown, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock aitil further notice.
. H. O. Cole, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
at the Castle Hall, over the G.. C.
Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial wel welcome
come welcome to visiting brothers.
W. W. Stripling, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, mets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house oppo opposite
site opposite postofSre, east side.
C. W. Hunter, E. R.
E. J. Crock, Secretary.
MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE NO. 15
Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. 15
meets the first and third Monday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month in the Odd Fel Fellows'
lows' Fellows' hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Claire Moremen, N. G.
Eloise Bouvier. Secretary.
ORDER Or EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Isabel Wesson, W. M.
Mrs Susan Cook, Secretary..

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Helen lir.;nt wandered along through
the quiet aisles or the woods, lost in
thotu-!it. The birds sent up carols of
joy to their Maker, and the wind sang
softly through the trees, but the girl
neither heard nor saw any of the
beauty which surrounded her. .An ob observer
server observer would have stopped to look
twice at the girl, who. In her dainty
pink dress, her golden hair catching
the gleaiiis of the sun as It filtered
through the leaves of the great trees,
seemed to be Spring herself come to
life.
She finally came to a rustic seat,
screened from the path by the foliage,
where she sat down and, pulling a let letter
ter letter from her pocket, read It once more.
Finally she spoke.
"Oh, Bob, dear," she murmured,
"how can I let you go without seeing
you. I haven't seen you for ten years,
and now you're going to fight for Uncle
Sam and I may never see you again !"
"Helen, do you care for me as much
as all that?" asked a clear, boyish
voice, which caused Helen to jump to
her feet, so startled was she. She
turned swiftly and confronted a young
man in khaki.
"Hello, little playmate, don't you
know me? he queried.
"Bob Aldrich, is It really. you T she
,cried, joyfully.
"Yes. I guess I'm all here," he
laughed as she gave an admiring glance
at the straight young soldier before
her. "You didn't think I was going
across without saying good-by to my
little playmate, did you? And, besides,
as I only have an hour to stay, I want
to tell you something else, dear.
So, as they walked stowly back
through the woods, he told her the old,
yet ever new story, of a love born in
the days when they had played side by
side, until he had to go away to the
far West with his parents.
It had been in these same woods
that he had told her of his going, and
pressed into her. hand a spray of rose rosemary
mary rosemary "for remembrance. "As if I
ever could forget You, Bob! Helen
had Indignantly replied.
And so it was there, in the place fra fragrant
grant fragrant with the sweet memories of child childhood's
hood's childhood's happy play days, that she prom promised
ised promised Bob to wait for hia return, and
then become something more than a
playmate to him.
. A short time later, as the train that
was to carry Bob away came bellowing
up to the little station where they
waited, Helen gave him an envelope.
"Open this when you are on the train,
dear," she told him. "Good-liry, sweet sweetheart
heart sweetheart good-by
It was whwi a bend In; the road car carried
ried carried him out of sight of his native vil village
lage village that-Bob Aldrich, his face still
glowing with the memory of his sweet-
1 il.. . mm a .
sneans Drave. sweet sraiu. luraeu
again to the envelope she had given
him. Within, carefully attached to a
piece of white paper, was something,
dried, faded, and discolored so with
age that it was almost past recogni recognition,
tion, recognition, but underneath which were writ written
ten written these four words. Which sent a
smile to the lips of the boy who read
them: "Rosemary, that's .for remem remembrance
brance remembrance r
DAY OF GENERAL MOURNING
December 22 Was Once "Ceteb rated"
Throughout Country as Univer Universally
sally Universally Unpopular ETJ-ntoar&o Day.
"Embargo day in American history
occurred in 1S0S, growing out of the
embargo placed on foreign trade in
ISO 7. A war was then going on In
EuVQpe and owin to persistent In Interferences
terferences Interferences with American commerce
it was decided to' place an embargo
on foreign commjerre of all kinds. In
December, ISO, President Jefferson
sent a special message to congress
recommending the absolute prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition of foreign trade of airy kind.
American ships were not -to be per permitted
mitted permitted to sail from any port of the
United States." The enforcement of
the embargo created widespread con confusion,
fusion, confusion, losses and distress, and when
it had been in force about a year the
opponents of the administration ap appointed
pointed appointed December 22, 1SOS, as a day
of general mourning, to be called
"Embargo day. This was the anni anniversary
versary anniversary of the passage of the embargo
act, December 22, 1SOT. The day was
duly celebrated at the ehlpprcg ports
of New England and in other parts
of the country, with ceremonies typi typical
cal typical of mourning and distress. Ships
lying Idle In the harbor Hsplayed
flags at half-mast and processions of
sailors with crepe on their arms
marched In the streets to dismal
music.
, Waited Long for S access.
When Cyrus McCormick. the elder.
Invented the now famous "harvester
that bears Ids name, nobody believed
In It; nobody would have It. He ad advertised
vertised advertised It at $50. Nobody boaght.
Then.' finally, one venturesome farmer
bought one. That was In 1840. and
Mr. McCormlck began trying to sell
his reapers In 1S3L So he sold one
reaper In nine years. The next year
he sold on? more; two In ten years.
The next year he sold none. Then
came large business, for the following
year he sold senen. Thfe encouraged
the young inventor. He put all the
steam he could Into selling and the
next year he sold 20. and the follow following
ing following year one a meek 9,2. Last year
the McCormick works sold 075,000 of
these harvesters.

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Soolh Magnolia St.

Funeral Directors and Embalmers
AUTO HEAMSE SERVICE
We deliver caskets free anywhere in the county.
Calls promptly answered night or day.
WILBUR C. SMITH SAM R. PYLES, JR.
LICENSED EMBALMERS.
Day Phone 10 Night Phones 225 and 423

. 1-C-El
Real vs. False Economy
At This Time

Resist the mental suggestion to curtail your regular taking of ice
until "the weather turns warm again." Your refrigerator is going
nicely now; it is well chilled and it is doing full duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it may tulk on you all the
remainder of the season.
OCALA ICE AND PACKING COMPANY

GOODRICH TIRES
ARE AHEAD
Just as are all oar other, auto sup supplies.
plies. supplies. To say that you get your sup supplied
plied supplied here is to show that you know
what your car or you should have and
where to get it at its best and at the
right price.
GOODRICH "EXCLUSIVELY-
BLALOCK BROTHERS
107 Oklawaha Avenue
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The THERMOPHORE Radiant Gas Heater Is the
"Best and Most Economical Made.
A Full Line of Resnor and Hot Spot Heaters.
Let Us Demonstrate These To You.

c FLORIDA UTILITIES CO.
Harrington Block, Fort King Ave.
fl OCALA, FLORIDA

THE WMBSOE 'HOTEL
Jacksonville, Florida.
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In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none. s
RATES From ?1X0 per day per person to $6.
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. KAVANAUGH,

Manager.

A merchant who advertises uauallr has something- of merit to offer 'bis
customers, and you can depend on h!s merchandise bets? fresh, because he
sell It off. toy advertising, before It crows old on his .snerrea. Ponder tills.

FAIRMIEES2

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OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1919

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SPRING, SUMMER, AUTUMN
asa THE HARVEST
THF JOYS OF CHILDHOOD
Or, SCHOOL DAYS
Tutors jUrshh. Tba Matfe Wei.
Ttw Cid Oaken Bucket Devil s Glen.
Jack O'Lantwi Dances el the trawnies.
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ft SAXOPHONE SERENADE
Or. THE IARBER SHOP REHEARSAL
A Southern Idyl
ON THE MISSISSIPPI
The Levee at New Orleans
Stsamboatlnf Before tht War r
A Realistic Reproduction of
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We regret to learn of the illness of
Mrs. A. E. Gerig.
Mrs. Laura N. Luckie is home from
a visit to her mother, Mrs. M. A.
Shephard in Daytona.
The friends of Mr. M. L. Mershon,
who recently went to Miami, are glad
to greet him in Ocala again. v
Mr. D. Q. Chestnut of North Ocala,
who was operated on at the hospital
Saturday, is doing nicely.
Ladies for that card party we have
a unique line of tally cards. The
Court Pharmacy. mon-wed-f ri
Mrs. E. M. Howard's many friends
will be glad to learn that she is re recovering
covering recovering from her recent severe ill illness.
ness. illness. Misses Ellie and Minnie Tremere
of Belleview and Mr. H. J. Nichols
Jr. of Wildwood were in the city Sun Sunday
day Sunday evening.
In Sunday's casualty list we find
among the names of those who have
died of disease that of Private Neal
McLeod, Leroy, Fla.
'
That very bright and pretty 'act 'actress,
ress, 'actress, Emmy Wehlen, will be at .the
Temple tonight in the Metro picture,
"Sylvia on a Spree." s
If you want real foot comfort wear
Dr. Scholl's "Right and Left"" Socks.
For sale only at Little's Shoe Par Parlor.
lor. Parlor. 13-tf
Mr. Thos. H. Harris is home from a
business visit to Cleveland, O. Mr.
Harris says business is rather quiet
up. north and many men are out' of
work.
In""today's casualty list we find
among the names of those who have
died of disease that of Private Thos
F. Knight; next of kin, Mrs. Eva
Knight, Reddick, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brigance reach
ed home from Tennessee yesterday
evening. They are looking well and
their friends are glad to see them
again.- , v
NyaPs Face Powder for a good
complexion. Try it and you will use
no other. The Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. 22-6t
Judge Bullock has gone to Miami,
tof preside over the second trial of
Grace Howell, convicted of the mur murder
der murder of her husband and sentenced for
life, but "thru a technicality" given
another chance to escape justice.
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- Mr. Sherrill and Miss Juanita Sher-
rill of Kentucky, are expected Wed
nesday from Miami to be the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson.
Miss Sherrill will be pelasantly re remembered
membered remembered in Ocala, having visited
here last winter..
, Klenzo Creme insures clean teeth
and healthy gums. Sold in Ocala only
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
The friends of Leslie Bostick, on
duty at an army pdst in Arizona, will
be glad to learn that he has been pro
moted to a sergeantcy. He is making
a fine record for his age. Leslie's
one regret is that they kept him on
ihe border watching greasers so long
that he wasn't able to go to France.
The teachers and scholars of the
industrial'school had a most pleasant
time v at Silver Springs' Saturday.
They bathed, went out in the boats,
romped around in the shade of the
trees, danced in the pavilion to the
notes of the victrola, had a big picnic
dinner 'and otherwise enjoyed them
selves. Mr. and Mrs. Carmichael are
firm friends of the school and are al
ways glad to help the girls have a
good time.
Marowood, the country home of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert L. Anderson, already
attractive in its quiet elegance and
natural beauty, was never more so
than4when it was made the scene for
the reception and dance given by Mrs
Anderson and Mrs.' Clifton Camp
Saturday afternoon and evening. The
house was beautifully and. appropri
ately decorated with cherries, red
chrysanthemums .and cherry bios
soms. Mrs. Anderson and her daugh
ter, Mrs. Camp, were assisted during
the afternoon by Mrs. R. P. Johnson,
Mrs. R. A. Burford Jr., Mrs. W. L.
Lloyd ant Mrs. Christian Ax. About
fifty of their friends called during the
afternoon and were delighted to meet
and greet Lieut. Leslie Anderson, U.
S. A., and Lieut. Robert Burford,
U. S. N., both of whom have seen ac
tive service, but have now returned to
civil life. All during the afternoon
refreshments were served, consisting
of cream, cake, salted almonds and
coffee. In the evening about thirty of
the dancing set were asked to while
away the passing hours. The inclem inclemency
ency inclemency of the weather in no way seem
ed to dampen the spirits and ardor in
which the bidden guests came to en enjoy
joy enjoy the evening. During the intermis intermission
sion intermission a salad course with cream, cake
and coffee was served, and the time
passe donly too quickly for those who
had enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs.

Anderson and Mrs. Camp.

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THE NEW YORK METROPOLITAN
COMPANY
Skovgaard and His $13,000 Violin
The entertainment which will be
given at the Woman's Club Friday-
evening by this remarkable company
ol instrumental artists- and grand
opera singers is after the style of the
popular Sunday concerts held in the
Metropolitan Opera House, New York
city. Marie Van Gelder, prima donna,
soprano, from Amsterdam, Holland,
who charmed many royalists and is
hailed as one of the leading artists of
the day, is making her first American
tour with the New York Metropolitan
company. The prima donna has re
ceived a most flattering reception in
this country. Her voice is pronounc
ed rich and powerful as well as ten tender
der tender in expression, with a wide range,
almost sensational in the high regis
ter, her head tones being of an unusu
al quality of sweetness. This noted
artist is only one of many who will
appear with Skovgaard at the Wom
an's Club Friday evening.
No one can afford to miss this rare
opportunity to hear these wonderful
artists. This high class entertain
ment is given to buy playground ap
paratus for the Ocala high school.
All are interested in bettering the
condition of our children, both phys
ically and mentally. Show your dis
position to do this by lending your
presence at the club rooms Friday
evening at 8 'o'clock. Help your chil children
dren children and also allow both them and
yourselves the rare privilege of listen listening
ing listening to this heavenly concord of sweet
sounds. To many this opportunity
will come only once is a life time.
This chance is yours; do not let it
s;jp by.
A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR
Notice to Members of Dickison Chap
ter, U. D. C. '.
Mrs. Amos, H. Norris of Tampa,
president of trie Florida, Division, U.
D. C.,; will arrive on Thursday, Feb.
27th, at 2 o'clock, and all members
of Dickison Chapter are requested to
meet at the Ocala House at 2:30 to
go on a picnic and boat party at Sil
ver Springs. Each member is expect expected
ed expected to bring a lunch and these having
autoes are requested to procide them
for the trip to Silver Springs. Mrs.
C. Carmichael gives the boat trip in
compliment to Mrs. Norris and a love
ly afternoon is anticipated.
Wednesday, Feb.' 26th, at 3 o'clock,
Mrs. W. W. Harriss will entertain at
her residence all members of Dickison
Chapter, U. D. C, to meet. Mrs.. Nor
ris on her official visit.
Mrs. Wi W. Harriss,
President Dickison Chapter, U. D. C,
SMITH'S PRESSING CLUB
We are now prepared to' do al
kinds of cleaning and pressing at the
eld Clayton stand on Oklawaha. ave avenue.
nue. avenue. We make a specialty of ladies'
suits. Will call for and deliver work
free to any part of the city. Phone 13.
tf A. O. SMITH, Prop.
HAMS AND SHOULDERS
FOR SALE
We have a limited number of hamb
and shoulders that we will sell for
cash at 35c. per pound for the hams
and 30c. per pound for the shoulders,
at our factory.
4-tf Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
REAL BARGAINS IN USED CARS
Four second hand Fords. Come and
look them over. AUTO SALES CO.
Phone 348. Mack Taylor.
6t Ocala. Fla.
You don't have to telephone to find
out when your prescription will be
delivered. We fill them as the doctor
writes them and send them out promt promt-ly.
ly. promt-ly. Gerig's Drug Store." tf

THE RUBY RING

By ALICIA BOCKELMAN.
MIf I could only have a ruby ring."
sighed Margaret Kendall, tut father
and mother seem determined to give
me something else.
She was sitting on tbe front porch
with flushed cheeks and. an angry
scowl clouded htr beautiful face. She
pushed aside her curiy, black hair,
which the wind would blow in her eyes
to irritate her still more.
"Margaret,", a voice called from up upstairs,
stairs, upstairs, you had better dry your tears
and look cheerfuL",
"Oh, mother, how can I be happy
when you will not give me what I
want for a graduation present," fretted
Margaret.
"Child, enough of that foolishness.
You have several rings already
enough for any girt of your age. A
ruby ring! No, indeed, you shall not
have it."
"I didn't want a gold wrist watch.
mother."
"Why, Margaret, you have been ask-
ing for "one all along until this new
idea of a ruby ring came Into your
head. Whatever"
"Why doesn't father buy 'me oner
Interrupted Margare.
"Father has already Toght you a
pearl pendant. But, Margaret, my
dear. It Is four o'clock and you have
never once thought of Aunt Mehlta Mehlta-bel.
bel. Mehlta-bel. She will be waiting at the sta station
tion station for you I" exclaimed Mrs. Ken Kendall:
dall: Kendall: "Dear me I wish Aunt Mehitabel
would forget to come to my gradua graduation,"
tion," graduation," complained Margaret, going to
the garage.
As she drove up- the street Mrs. Ken Kendall
dall Kendall breathed a sigh of relief. "Well,
she is off at last. If Margaret would
only like Aunt Mehitabel!"
In a few minutes Margaret was at
the station as the train was disappear disappearing
ing disappearing around Atlantic Hill. She wa
jumping out of the machine when
Charlie Montgomery hurried up t the
station curb.
"Why, Charlie," she asked, -what
are you doing here?"
"Oh, I was to meet two of my col college
lege college chums on leave. from camp," be
panted. "Are you to meet"' someone,
too?"
"More likely someone Is waiting for
me," replied Margaret. "Oh, Charlie, 1
look at Aunt Mehitabel. argufcaj :with
one of the porters. Do you renKEsber
her?"
"Of course I do," laughed Charlie;
"but look at my friends, the young
lieutenants, witnessing the parley."
The tardy pair rushed "up to the
newcomers, and after salutations. In Introductions
troductions Introductions and apologies Annt Mehitabel-
and Margaret were, handed into
their auto and had started homeward.
"Land's sake, child, why were you
so late?" scolded the tired traveler.
' "I delayed to tease mother to give
me, a ruby ring for graduation, but
.she won't,! confessed her designing
niece.
""Ruby ring stuff and nonsense!"
cried Aunt MehitabeL
It was graduation night. Margaret
was putting the last touches to ber
pretty gown, when a warning call from
downstairs told her It was time she
was ready.
"Just a moment," she aaswered, tak taking
ing taking another survey of herself.
Being satisfied ah snatched up
her outer garments and sped down downstairs.
stairs. downstairs. Aunt Mehitabel was waiting for
her in the lower halL :
"Margaret, here is a asefnl present
for you," she said solemnly, handing
her youthfal kinswoman a book. Mar Margaret
garet Margaret glanced at its title, -Household
Arts."
"Th thank you very mrnch. Aunt.
You are s so kind," she stammered.
The graduation exercises were about
to begin. Margaret heard her name
called softly. Turning around, she
saw Charlie In a soldier vnlferxn.
"Come," he said quickly, "coma a
little way from the door. I have somo somo-thing
thing somo-thing to say to yon."
Margaret followed him. aosainrhat
bewildered.
"I have been ordered to Camp
Onieda and wish to say good-by. 1
would like to have you accept this
Uttie gift from me as a keepsake."
Charlie drew a small box from his
pocket, pressed the spring, and Mar Margaret
garet Margaret saw a, ruby ring I
"Why, how began Margaret, as astonished.
tonished. astonished. "Oh, don't hesitate to take it. Your
Aunt Mehitabel told me what I might
give you," he pleaded.
"It is Just what I wanted, but I
didn't think it would come from you.
I shall wear it as a talisman. Dut
you will come back frea camp soon,"
she added, anxiously.
"Not until I've been 'over there
Charlie answered, smilingly. There
was no smile on Sfargaref s face and
all the light went out of her eyes.
"You will writer he asked.
"Yes," she said, patting her hand tn
his outstretched one. They were part parting,
ing, parting, perhaps never to meet again in
this world eo he kissed her reverent reverently.
ly. reverently. The opening measures of the grand
march were heard and Margaret went
back to her place and whispered to a
little group of her dearest friends,
"Girls, what do you think my new gift
isr
' "What?" came the- questioning chor chorus,
us, chorus, "A ruby ring." she answered, with a
4 sob in her voice,

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Billy Beard, Comedian, with Al G. Field,

RAILWAY OFFICIAL WARNS FARMERS.
TO ORDER FERTILIZERS AT OK
Regional Director Winchell Finds Situation Is Becoming Pre Precarious
carious Precarious and Urges Farmers Not to Delay Till Last Moment.
The following statement has been issued te the press by the United
States Regional Director of Railways, about the fertilizer movement:
"Please let me say a word to our farmer patrons.
x "The normal yearly movement of fertilizers in this region runs from
three million to' five million tons. This means, In round figures, 1(0,009 1(0,009-carloads
carloads 1(0,009-carloads to be handled.
"Ordinarily most of this very large Item of .traffic is thrown en the
railroads in the months of January, February and March. Great activity
on their part is necessary to handle the same well.
. By February 10 at least 40 per cent of the whole fertilizer tonnage
has usually been shipped, but this year less than IS per cent has moved
: so far; that is to say, the movement up to date Is about 60,000 cars short
of what it should have been.
"It Is easy for you to see what I fear.
"A flood of business at the last moment cannot be moved to the
satisfaction of our patrons and cpmplaints wfll surely follow. We are
anxious to avoid complaints, but it is obvious that we cannot move' all
of this tonnage at one time. In order to do the job right it la neces necessary
sary necessary that it be well distributed throughout the whole three months.
- "During the past four or five weeks car conditions and weather have
been favorable, but the fertilizers have not moved freely and immediate
activity is now necessary, to avoid a condition nhich will be serious alike
to the farmers and the railroads."

If you like nuts you will be delight delighted
ed delighted with NORRIS CHOCOLATE
CREAM BRAZIL NUTS. The Court
Pharmacy.
Use the unclassified ads. It pays.
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Lot us quoto you pricos
on a Llonumont or Hcad Hcad-stono
stono Hcad-stono to mark tho last rest resting
ing resting placo of your loved
ones.
r.lARBLE OR GRANITE.
OCALA MARBLE WORKS
E. W. LEAVENGOOD, Mgr.
N.' Magnolia St.
OCALA, FLORIDA.

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TEOT SERVICE
ON
RJofSIb Main St. 0pposItvvI,rtc1s 1x011
Jesus, and "The Jesus Way"
Expounded nightly at 7:30 P. M. by.
Stiedden and Fishel
Comfortable Seals You Are Welcome

WHITE STAR LINE
TRANSFER STORAGE

AUTO
TRUCK
SERVICE
Ijcag Distance
Moving

PHONE 295

COLLIER

at the Temple Theater March 1st

REAL BARGAINS IN USED CARS
Four second hand Fords. Come and
lcok them over. AUTO SALES CO.
Phone 348. Mack Taylor.
Ct Ocala. Fla.
COVERED
MOVING
VANS
Teaming Packing
Hosting
BROTHERS

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OCALA EVENING STAR, .MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 1919

LATEST LOCALS

SUNDAY SCHOOL RALLY

Mrs. T. M. Pearce of Sarrabelle is!

visiting in the city as the guest of
Miss Frances Tarver.

Mr. Marcus Frank of New York

ig expected to arrive in the city about
the first of March.

Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Ponder return returned
ed returned from Orlando yesterday having
spent the week end there.,
Mr. J. D. Wilkes; superintendent
of the gas company, is at home from
Palm Beach for a few days.
Mr. Austin Kelly" of Conner, in the
navy, who has been home or a fur furlough,
lough, furlough, letf today to resume his duties
at Hampton Roads.
. Mr. Royal E. Cole, having received
his discharge from the service at
Camp Upton, N. Y., has returned tu
his home at Los Angeles.
If you feel your bones aching get a
box of Rexal Cold Tablets at Gerig.'s
Drug Store. It may prevent your
having "fi" tf
Mr. W V. Wheeler, of the Exchange
National Bank, Tampa, was in the
city yesterday, the guest of his
nephew, Mr. C. F. Flippen and Mrs.
Flippen.
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Only two considerations ahead of
Promptness at our Soda Fountain
CLEANLINESS and QUALITY. The
Court Pharmacy.
TWVc TV W Tonroi rf, "Piif -f rr Pa ic

the guest of Mrs. E. G. Lindner. Mrs.
Maurer was here about a year ago,
and the friends she made then are
glad to see her agp.in.

Union Bible stftdy class meets with
Mrs. Carter, at the"" home of her
daughter, Mrs'. Kate Brinkley, Fort
King, avenue, Friday at 3 p. m. Sub Subject,
ject, Subject, Romans xii.
Mrs. Norman Kirk and baby, Betty
and Miss Louise Berry of Wilming Wilming-Um;
Um; Wilming-Um; N. Cs will leave this afternoon
for a few days' visit with Mrs. E. J.
.Ly tie at Lake Weir.
Mrs. Fannie C. Johnstone, who has
been visiting her daughter, MrsMc MrsMc-.
. MrsMc-. Cabe in Tampa, is expected to arrive

Jn Ocaal today to be the guest of hev
daughter, Mrs S. E. Leigh.
. Mrs. J. T. Clayton has returned
home after a ten days' visit in Tam Tampa.
pa. Tampa. While there she visited the fair
and is enthusiastic over Marion coun coun-.
. coun-. ty's excellent display which is the ad admiration
miration admiration of all.

A new and absolutely complete line
of Dr. Scholl's foot comfort appli appliances
ances appliances now ready. Mi M. Little, Prac-
tipedist, at Little's Shoe Parlor, Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank building. 7-tf
Rev. John R. Herndon and Rev. and
Mrs. W. H; Wrighton and wife left
today, on the boat down the Oklawaha
river for Crescent City, to attend a
Bible conference at that place, which
is under the leadership of Drs. Sco Sco-fkld,
fkld, Sco-fkld, Pettingill and Trumbull of Phil Philadelphia,
adelphia, Philadelphia, Dr. George E. Guille, of the
Moody Institute, Chicago, and other
celebrated Bible teachers.

Mr. and Mrs.' J. M, Jackson, who
for the past year have been making
their home with Mrs. Jackson's

mother, Mrs. Keeffe, expect to move
TrJ 1 j. il -rT-k ii i

neunesuay into me ivicisoweii nouse
that was formerly occupied by Mr.
W. H. Hetrick and family. Mrs. H.
C. Williams, who had contemplated
moving to Dunnellon, has. decided .to
remain in Ocala, and with Mr. and
Mrs. Jacksan will occupy the Mc McDowell
Dowell McDowell house.

DAILY HEALTH TALKS

' The Troubles Women Have
BY L. MAC LEAN. M. D.

Probably no man. in America was ever
better qualified to successfully treat tbj?
diseasf iwiili.ir fn wnmpn than T)r

Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y. The cases that
come to him run into many thousands,
giving him an experience that rarely
comes to any one man. Dr." Pierce found
'I'lkA't n w awaww ilMW mmwmvm

vegetable growths which rarely failed to
give prompt relief in those feminine dis disorders
orders disorders from which so many women suffer.
N- He combined these roots and herbs into a
temperance medicine that he called Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription, for that is
nreciselv what it was. This medicine is

sold in both liquid and tablet form by drug drug-V
V drug-V gists, everywhere. Favorite Prescription
is a distinct remedy for women and acts

directly upon the organs that characterize
Ko cor T- id nnf t-t npnccn rr fn folro o Irvrinr

course of treatment with-this standard
t medicine. A weakly, sickly, backachy,
headachy, nervous, despondent woman,
with regular or irregular pains with femi feminine
nine feminine disorders that come in youth or
middle age is pretty sure to find in Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription the exact
remedy that her condition calls for, and
to fincf it after a very few doses are taken.
Why women should allow themselves to
stay sick when a very littlemoney spent
for this remedy will probcbly make them
well, is something no one can explain.
All women who suffer from feminine dis disorders
orders disorders are invited to write the Faculty of
the Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., forfree
confidential consultation and advice, no
charge being made for this high profession professional
al professional service. This will enable every woman
to benefit by the advice of the distinguish distinguished
ed distinguished corps of physicians which Dr. Pierce
has gathered about him in his celebrated
Buffalo institution.
When constipation is present with

feminine disorders, Dr. Pierce's Pleasant i
Pellets should be taken along with Favorite
1 Prescription. Try them now !.'

The Marion county Sunday school
rally will be held in the Presbyterian
church in this city Thursday, March
C Two sessions will be held, one at
3 p. m. and the other at 7:30 p. m.
This rally is held in connection with
the International Sunday School As Association,
sociation, Association, and it is desired that eve every
ry every Sunday school in the county .will
appoint a list of delegates next -Sunday
and endeavor to be represented at
the rally at either the afternoon or
the evening session or both. Miss
Mary F. Price, who is superintendent
of the young people's division of the
Florida Sunday School Association,
and Mr. A. M. Locker, who is super superintendent
intendent superintendent of field organization of the
International Sunday School Asso Association,
ciation, Association, will be present and will speak
at both sessions. There will be dis discussions
cussions discussions of the needs of Sunday
schools in Marion county by the dele delegates.
gates. delegates. Rev. John R. Herndon will
conduct a prayer and praise service
at the beginning of the afternoon ses session
sion session and Rev. W. H. Wrighton will
lead a song and prayer service at the
evening session. The public is cor cordially
dially cordially invited, and the teachers and
officers of the Sunday schools of the
city are especially urged to be pres present.
ent. present. A striking, illustrated program
has been provided. It says, "Don't
sit up and sit, but git "up and git,"
which is not good English, but good,
hard sense. Success here as well as
elsewhere comes from pulling to together.
gether. together. More and better schools are
needed in order to fully meet the ob obligation
ligation obligation of the church to furnish re religious
ligious religious instruction for all the people.
Religious education is a crying de demand
mand demand of the times in which we live.
John R. Herndon.

We take special pride in the quality
of the productst-of our soda fountain.
The Court Pharmacy.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA

Seaboard Air Line, Northbound
No. 4: Arrives 1:41 p. m. Departs
1:56 p. m.
No. 16 (Limited): Arrives and de de-departs
departs de-departs at 4:07 p. m.
No.2: Arrives 2 :0 a. m. Departs
2:55 a. m. 1
Seaboard Air Line, Southbound
No. 3: Arrives 3:06 p. m. Departs
3:26 p. m.
No. 15 (Limited): Arrives and de departs
parts departs 5:10 p. m.
No. 1: Arrives 2:45 a. m. Departs
2:50 a. m. ;
Atlantic Coast Line' (Main line)
.Northbound
No. 10: Arrives and departs 6:42 a.
m. t
No. 40: Arrives 2 p. m. Departs
2:20 p. m.
No. 38: Arrives and departs 3:27
a. m. v ;
Atlantic Coast Line (Main Line)
1 Southbound
No. 37: Arrives and departs 3:16
a. m.
No. 39: Arrives and departs 3:35
p. m.
No. 9: Arrives and departs 10:13
p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line Branches, South
. abound
No. 151 (Sunny Jim) : For Wilcox,
Monday; Wednesday and Friday,
leaves 7:10 a. m.
No. 35 (Sunny Jim): For Lakeland,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
leaves 7:40 a: m.
No. 141: Daily except Sunday, ar arrives
rives arrives 11:50 a;-rn. from Wilcox.
No. 49: For Homosassa, leaves 3:25
p. to.
Atlantic Coast Line Branches, North Northbound
bound Northbound No. "48: From Homosassa: Arrives
1:53 p. m.
No. 150 (Sunny Jim): From Wil Wilcox,
cox, Wilcox, Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
arrives 6:45 p. m.
No. 32 (Sunny Jim): From Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday
day Saturday arrives 10:48 p. ra.
No. 140: Daily except Sunday,
leaves for Wilcox at 4:45 p. m.
. Qklawaha Valley
No. 71 (southbound) : Arrives 1p.m.
No. 72: (northbound): Leaves 3:30
MARION-DUNN BIASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock 'until further notice.
H. O. Cole, W. M
Jake Brown, Secretary.
MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE NO. 15

Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. 15
meets the first and third Monday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month in the Odd Fel Fellows'
lows' Fellows' hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Claire Moremen, N. G.
-- Eloise Bouvier, Secretary.

Perhaps YOUR eyes

k' are failing. If so, your

ancholia or the 'blues'

is only Qne result of badeyesight.
Dr. K. J. Weihe,
Eyesight Specialist
Graduate Optometrist
With Weihe 'Co., Jewelers. Ocala, Fla.

UNDERTAKERS and EIIBALMERS
PHONES 47. 184. 3SS
OCALA, FLORIDA

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Call
at 115 Orange avenue. Phone 408. 3t

FOUND A small bunch of keys.
Same can be had by inquiring at this
office. 24-3t

CADILLAC FOR SALE A 1912-13
model Cadillac touring car in perfect
mechanical conditon; good tires; $200
if taken quick. The Maxwell Chalmers
Agency, Ocala. 24-6t
FOR SALE One 1918 model Max Maxwell
well Maxwell touring car in good condition.
Apply to B. F. Condon, city. 22-6t

FOR SALE Reo Fifth touring car,
1917 model; first-class condition. Ap Apply
ply Apply to B. F. Condon, city. 22-6t
FOR SALE Orange grove, ten acres,
well located, near Leesburg. Terms
and price reasonable. Apply to. S. S.
Savage Jr.. Ocala, Fla. 22-6t

WANTED All kinds of second hand
furniture, guns, beds, etc. Notify
me and I will send for them. J. W.
Hunter, Gunsmith, South Main St. tf
WANTED Reliable white boy. Apply
at Carter's Bakery. r 21-3t
FOR SALE Extra fine Florida Run Runner
ner Runner Peanut seed; 5 cents pound. Wes Weston
ton Weston & Robertson, Newberry, Fla. 2118t

For

The Coffee

Drinker

i ;

Those who surswiss

days

seeing not only
better health.birb

FOR RENT A bungalow with all
modern improvements, on. Oklawaha
avenue. Apply to Miss Alice Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. 21-6t
FOR SALFj One large and one small
cash register. Apply to .Bodkin, care
Star office. 20-6 1
FOR SALE One large mare ten
years old; one male colt 31 months
old; one female colt 8 months v old.
May be seen at Kendrick station. Will
take part pay in peanuts if desired. D.
Chisena, Kendrick, Fla. llT12t

Ladies, we have another shipment j
of those Roxbury Household Rubber j

Gloves, sizes S to 8, at fifty cents the
pair. Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Call five-one and say send the Star.

.Economy

in. s.

Change From Coffk

to IB

Neither -the war nor pre-war
conditions nave as yet increas increased
ed increased the price o-f POSTUM CEREAL
or Instant Postum.
POSTUM both -forms has always
been economical.Besides,it con contains
tains contains no"caffeine"or any other
harmful substance
POSTUM is good for the health
the delignt of young and old
an economical,nourisning, deli delicious
cious delicious beverage. Every day
'Theresa Reason" for Postum.

Norris "GOLD BOX' candy has a
distinctive charm that will long be
remembered. The Court Pharmacy.
When you think of Toilet Articles,
remember phone 123. Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. 22-t

Delicious Cherry Sundae. Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 22-6t
V. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf

i rtrk J.I.

inaimers me new xaoucis,
the handsomest in lines and most dur

able six for the money in America,
five and seven-passenger models, havti
just arrived and are on display in our
sales room. Maxwell-Chalmers Agen Agency,
cy, Agency, Ocala, Fla. 24-t

rtv..

.FdD.-..lS

.3

Somebody asked an old Missouri store-keeper why he didn't
put a small advertisement in the local newspaper to adver advertise
tise advertise a ''home blend" of coffee that was particularly good.
"I don't wanta," he replied lazily. "If I did, folks would pes pester
ter pester me all the time to show 'em my goods,
thus did an old Missouri store-keeper pay unconscious trib tribute
ute tribute to the business-getting value of advertising. He missed
a lot of business, of course, but 'there's; another side of it.
Lots of people who really wanted this particular brand of cof cof-fee
fee cof-fee were unable to get it because no one ever told them
where it was to be had. -.
You know yourself that it would take you twice as long to
shop if there were no advertisements to guide you in your
buying. You wouldn't know where to start; You'd .miss a
lot of good values just because no one ever told you about
them. V
The man who advertises is glad, to have you "pester him to
show you his goods. Don!t miss the advertisements. They
will save you money.



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