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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 919.
VOL.N26, NO. 72
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Al CALL SPECIAL

SESSIO'

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President Wilson Likely to Make a
f Speaking Tour in Behalf of the -.
League of Nations ;
' Paris, Friday, March 21. (By the
Associated Press. ) A special session
of both houses of the American Con Con-.
. Con-. gress will probably' be called about
the middle" of May, the date when
President Wilson hopes to return t
Waiington. It is possible, if. the
pea?e, treaty is sufficiently advanced
to warrant, a special session of the
Senate may be called even earlier to
consider the treaty.;
President "Wilson "Is keeping m
touch with development of sentiment
n America toward the league of na nations.
tions. nations. If the situation appears to de demand
mand demand it, it is not unlikely, shortly
after, his return to Washington, he
will make an extended speaking tour
in ; those states whose senators are
opposed to the league. i
EARLY RETURN FOR; WILSON
- ".Washington, March 22. It is said
'Unofficially at the White 'House that
the president might return to the
United States by May firsts leaving
Paris immediately after' reaching an
agreement on the principal features
-Vthe peace treaty, without waiting
-he actual signing. An extra session
oi- Congress not later, than May 15th
i& notf regarded as a certainly among
officials and Congress leaders.
SOUTHERN FARMER
NEEDS PROTECTION
v v I. Ocala March 22nd.
, To Our Senator and Legislators:
The southern, farmer must be pro pro-;
; pro-; tected'if he is to be kept on his job.
' I ; have often wondered why we have
any farmers left at all, their vdisap vdisap-'
' vdisap-' pointments are.-) so nuirierous. No
, matter, how discouraging the season
has been the farmer is ready to try
again on time. Will he never 'get tired
and quit the business? Of course he.
will, .unless he receives a -fair return

for his. labor., ?:,..;-' vf
The western farmers have been
favored by. our government ; with a
, guarantee of a big price for wheat.
' This enables hem to! contract for la labor
bor labor at a given 'price : without risk.
, They have a ready market at their
door at all times fort corn, hay, pota potatoes,
toes, potatoes, vegetable sand fruits at a mar-f-et
price which seldom fluctuates.
. J The southern farmer, has. no guar guarantee
antee guarantee of price for anything he pro
dufcf, from our government or any
oneH He, can only -dispose of his
: products near home; in very limited
quantities and ften a price that does
. not cover expenses, fr Cv v -;
Until we secure a' safe market for
r the farmer's products; there will-be no
V prosperity on the southern sfarm.' v
The Florida Marketing Bureau j 'was
established to distribute 'and market
their goods (prinVpally perishables)
of which there are 60.000 cars ship
ped annually. All this muts go to the
consumer, quickly and this can only be
dene under a system which should be
studied out by men familiar, with the
marketing end and then a law enacted
I to assure success.-
s The labor; proposition is serious
' and, some plari should be proposed
' an4 ingestions made to secure per per-rrw'rtnt
rrw'rtnt per-rrw'rtnt labor for the farmer. When
, this is accomplished vwe will have
state-wide prosperity and not until
then. K : J. M. M.

V -;
The Ocala iron 'Works ; Garage is at
your service any, time--night or" day.
four patronage issolicited no mat matter
ter matter how -email or how large your job
rrtifrhfibe- ' N v IS-r?
Arrival and Departure f passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
,The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. ; y ; ''
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEIBOARD AIR LINE EMLEOAIf
Leave V Arrive
f2:50 am. J'cksonville-NewXork 2:50 am.
: JackstmviHe
Jacksonville
, Tampa
'Manatee
St. Petersburg -Tampa-Manatee
3:26 pm.
5:10 p.m
4:07 pm.
2:50 a.m
.2:50
am.
4
3:2
in.
, 1:41 pm.
5:10 pm. Tampa-St. Petersburg 4:07 pm.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILE0AD
eave ' v' .' Arrive
' irl2pro J'cksonville-New York 3:15 am.
2:20 pm. f J'ksonville-G'lnesville 3:35 pm.
16:42 a;m. J'ksonvllle-G'nesvllle 10:13 pm.
' 3:15 am. St. Pet'sbrg-LAkelaod 2:12 am.
3:3S pm. St. Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:00 pm.
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox'
7.40 a.m. Du'nellon-L.'keland 11:03 pro.
3;25pm. Ildmosasa 1:45 pm.
10:13 pm. Leesbiir : 6:42 am.
4:45 pm. Gainesville ; 11:50 am.
'Monday,-Wednesday. 'Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

CT RESULT
OF OPPOSITION
Peace Treaty Being! Modeled More
With a. View to Getting by
the American Senate
(Associated Press)
Paris, March 22. President Wilson
expected to attend both councils of
ten and the league of nations commis commission
sion commission today. At the .latter ponsidera ponsidera-tion
tion ponsidera-tion was to "be given to the various
apiendments to the league covenant,
including one by Switzerland, provia-
ing the cdvenant shall not be inter interpreted
preted interpreted as containing anything con contrary
trary contrary to the sovereignty of states, ex ex-cent
cent ex-cent insofar as the state shall consent
and the covenant shall not interfere
with the internal affairs of any of its
members.; While the amendment does
not 'mention the Monroe doctrine, it
is clearly; understood io apply to it.
Some of the' American delegates, are
inclined to accept the amendment oh
such lines, v , "l
TROTZKY NEEDS TROOI'S
- ,.
Paris March 22". The Esthonian
and Lettish offensive against the Bol Bol-sbevki
sbevki Bol-sbevki is menacing Petrograd so
seriously that Trotzky, the Bolshevik
minister of war, has ordered a general
mobilization of ; all men to, the age of
fcrty-six, according to a dispatch to
the Matin. ;
- POPULAR ROYAL PAIR
, ,Chaumont, March t 22. The king
and queen of Belgiumvisited Ameri American
can American headquarters yestjerday. witness witnessed
ed witnessed the review and decorated two Am American
erican American officers. The royal pair after
ward saw a baseball game in which
11 At iA A. J 1
they were greatly interested.
examination before' ?.
the Supreme court
Tallahassee, March 22. The next
examination of applicants for admis admission
sion admission to the bar of Florida will be held
here by the supreme court commenc commencing
ing commencing on the morning of April 15. Per Persons
sons Persons desiring to take that; examina examination
tion examination should file M applications with the.
clerk of the supreme court before
April 5. ... v :C
C EMPLE ATTRACTIONS
FOR THE WEEK
Today: iJuanita
Sea Flower."
Monday: Edith
Hansen in "The
Storey in "The
Demon."
Tuesday: Constance4
Talmage in
"Sauce for the Goose."-
' Wednesday: Tom Mix. in
Em Hough." V A;
'Treat
We thought wei were going to have
a nice, juicy local iten today; but are
disappointed. It is the habit, of our
local professionals with ; the-paste- j
boards and bones, when there are no
suckers to skin. to while away thte
weary hours skinning each other. As
their reputationj; thanks to the trav traveling
eling traveling men, has spread jfar and wide,
suckers are not so plentiful. Their
bouts among themselves seldom result
in anybody quitting very far ahead,
as they know each other's motions
pretty well. i Last ; night, ; however,
while they were holding a. seance at
their favorite1 hangout, one of them
caught, or thought he caught; another
hypothecating some of his chips; This
id a breach of etiquet being caught,
we mean, so the aggrieved one rushed
for a policeman, which is another
breach of etiquet. He .found Marshal
Thomas and led hini to the theater of
operations, where the marshal, of
course, found the accused party and
the other parties indulging in harm harmless
less harmless conversation, and looking as inno innocent
cent innocent as the eat -who. has swallowed the
canary. Not even a feather ? was in
sight' in the shape of. a .card 6r chip.
So the marshal told the loser he woula
have to swear out a warrant. So said
loser did a marathon to Judge Smith;
but the judge, seeing- the loser had
successfully evaded the 1 bonedry law,
told him to wait till morning. We
guess that during the night someone
applied a coldwater bottle to his feet
for up to 2 p. m. he had npt again ap applied
plied applied to the judge. If thisf crowd comes
un for trial, the case is going to be Te-
ported, in thfeStar, .so they had better
watch 1 their steps. v Some of these
nights, one of their little seances is
going to break up in a tragedy, which
will be a, bad advertisement for the
town and the house where most of
their "sport" takes place.
Be sure to go. to the Temple Theater
tonight and see the Dodge Brothers
film, -"Delivering the Goods." It will
be interesting. Auto Sales Company.
We have a limited supply of Velvet
Beans for sale. Better buy now, as
they are scarce. Smith Grocery Co. tf j
Old Hampshire Bond at The BOOK
1SHOP. 20-3t

AD

AHIOU COUOTY

AS A 1LLI0I!
DOLLAR BANK
Deposits During the Last Twelve
f Months Increased by More than
Two Hundred and Thirty Thousand
-. Dollars.
For the first time in the history of
banking in Marion county one of its
banks has passed, the million dollar
mark in resources, when, with the
close of business ; last night. March
21st, the Munfoe & Chambliss Na
tional Bank of Ocala showed total
resources of one million, nine thou
sand, three 'hundred and thirty-one;
dollars and eighty-three cents, with
deposits of nine hundred and nineteen
thousand one hundred nineteen dol dollars
lars dollars and four cents.
This is an increase in deposits over
the statement of the corresponding
day of a year ago of ?Z32,Z5y.yi, an
increase that is most gratifying W
the. bank s officials, showing that the
county is prospering and bank de deposits
posits deposits increasing, despite purchases
of government bonds and war savings
stamps of over a million dollars.
It will.be noted by statements re recently
cently recently published by the other banks
of the county that the increase in de
posits has been very substantial with
all the, banks of Marion county a
county that has done-more than its
share in all lines af war work, con con-tributing
tributing con-tributing from all sources almost a
hundred thousand dollars to these
causes, in addition to the purchase of
government securities
The friends of the Munroe & Cham-
i bliss National Bank will be very proud
of the fact that -it has passed the
million dollar. ''mark in resources resources-proud
proud resources-proud for the bank as having first
reached this goal and proud that our
county Js able to supply the resources
to make this possible. ;
v WithA growth of this kind and the
opening of certain industries long
idle by. reason of the war,' the officials
cf the bank can reasonably expect to
have more than a million dollars of
deposit's before the close of the year,
and based on the incrfase of nearly a
quarter of a jnillion dollars of de deposits
posits deposits in-the past twelve months,

these -figures are most conservative, j hospitalijty and the women of the as as-.
. as-. 1 1 sociation were triad to accent the in

The Star is pleased to learn that
Iaeut. Q. F. Carter-, of Fort Bridger,
Montana, a special friend of Mr. W. ;
W. Harriss and farailyr and who also
made many other friends wjiile on a
visit here a few months ago, likes
Florida so 'Well that he has decided tp
locate in' Jacksonville. ..Lieut. Carter
was in the aviation branch Of the ser-
vice ?,nd trained at Dorr Field. He is
one of the young b officers who was
here when Sergeant Kemirigton lost
his life out by-the industrial school.
.His Ocala friends hope -he will visit
them occasionally.
Two little, girls and their small
friends were made'.?; very happy yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon when their mother,
Mrs. J. R. Rogers,, gave them a lovely
little party. The occasion for this
party! was the birthday of Ethel and
Roberta Hogers, aged seven and
three years, respectively, and as the
great' event came on the same day, if
anything made the party, twice as
happy an occasion. The;Jittle "folks
enjoyed themselves thoroughly dur-
ling -the afternoon, playing all kinds
of games that delight 'the hearts ot
children. .When the children wera
taken tinto the dining room for refreshments,-
they were surprised to
see two big cakes instead of one. there
being one for each small honoree.
Each pf the cakes was decorated with
its own correct number of candles and
in the middle of the table was a large
bowl of roses. The little folks were
served withice cream and cakea after
whiqh' more games were playea until
the time they reluctantly left for
their .homes. ; Thet little friends who
spent the afternoon so pleasantly and
wished Ethel May and Roberta many
happy ieturns of the day were Mar Margaret
garet Margaret "and Edward-Helvenston, Etta
and Clyde Pedrick, Laura Grubbs,
Donald Wilson; Erma Cahoon, Billy
Nevton and Johnnie andSara Rogers
cf Lynne.' Mrs. McClymonds and Mrs.
Newton assisted Mrs. "Rogers in en entertaining
tertaining entertaining and making' the afternoon
such a pleasant one for the children.
' ; ODD FELLOWS v
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. FM
meets every, Tuesday evening in the
Odd Feilows hall on the third floor of
the Star ofSce building at 7:30 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.
. Joe Potter, N. G.
J 5 J. D. McCaskilL Secretary.
' Colorite hat dye, Rit soap dye. Dia Diamond
mond Diamond and Putnam dyes, all shades, at
the ; Anti-Monopoly Drug, Store. 21-

A HIGH-HANDED

PROCEEDING
Officials of Postal Telegraph Com Company
pany Company Removed by Postmaster
General Burleson
( Associated Press)"
Washington, March 22. Clarence
H. MacKay, president, and other of officials
ficials officials o the Postal Telegraph Com Company,
pany, Company, were, removed today by Post Postmaster
master Postmaster General Burleson because they
refused or failed to follow the depart department's
ment's department's instructions in the manage management
ment management of the properties. A. F. Adams,
president of the Kansas City Home
Telephone Company, wras appointed to
supercede MacKay and has taken over
control.
The refusal-to follow instructions
came after the postoffice department
refused to grant the company the
compensation asked for and the of officials
ficials officials failed to put into operation
promptly the wage schedule and
eight-hour day.
1
BROUGHT IN MUCH
-OVER A BILLION
Income Tax is Yielding Uncle Sam
an Immense Amount
' (Associated Press)
Washington, March 22. Collec Collections
tions Collections of ,the first quarterly install installment
ment installment of the income tax amounted to
one billion, one million, two hundred
and forty-Your thousand dollars, with
one vdistrict missing.
DISTRIBUTING BIBLES
, (Associated Press) ;
New York, March 22. More than
foity thousand Bibles, were distribut distributed
ed distributed during the past week by the New
York Bible Society, constituting the
record for so short a time Most of
th'e Bibles went to soldiers and -hospitals.
...
BAPTIST MISSIONARY UNION
CONVENTION AT INVERNESS
' A profitable and delightful day was
spent Thursday bythe women of thej
W. M. U. of the Baptist church of the
Marion association. The hostess
church at Inverness is noted for its
vitation to hold this the first quarter quarterly
ly quarterly meeting of 1919 with them. ,v
The delegates who went by rail
were met at-the depot by Mrs. Mai Mai-loy,
loy, Mai-loy, Mrs. Cranford ; and Mrs. Scofield
in' automobiles and takes to the Or Orange
ange Orange hotel to await the hour or open opening.
ing. opening. v
At 10:3(f .there were assemblea
some sixty or more women, delegates
from th'e churches of this, section of
the district Ocala, Crystal River,
Dunnellon, Inverness and Floral City.
Sweet wild flowers and growing
plants and fragrant' roses" breathed
the spirit of welcoine which was-expressed
in words .by .Mrs. Frank
Cranford. Mrs. Rawls of Dunnellon
responded on behalf of the. visitors. visitors.-.The
.The visitors.-.The following program was carried
cut in full. The addresses, papers and
discussions were thoughtful, practical
and deeply spiritual: ;
Devotional byMrs. G. W. Scofield.
Prayer by Miss Annie Martin.
Address of welcome by Mrs.j. F,
Cranford.
Response by Mrs. J. T. Rawls.,
Roll call. Reports from unions.
Echoes of the convention, by. Mrs.
T. N. Strange. .
Our work for 1919, by. Mrs. E. Van
Hood. : : f
Prayer by Mrs. Zimmerman.
Song. Noon recess..
Song, Jesus Calls Us.
"The Church Building Fund," by
Mrs. J. T. Rawls.
Reasons Why Every Woman Should
Bejong to the W. M. U.t by Mrs. R. J.
Rawls. 4 J
Round -table helps and hindrances,
conducted by Mrs.. Van Hood.
State missions, by Rev. J. F. Rorex.
Memorial service, by Mrs. Rorex."
Song,Well Never Say Good-Bye in
Heaven.'
Closihg prayer.
The reports from unions showed
without exception progress in the
work along lines laid out by? the con convention.
vention. convention. Ocala reported ; another
memorial to the service flag in charge
of Mrs. R. S. Hall Dunnellon has
made, splendid advance along all
lines. This has been for two years the
banner union in the association. They
claim to have in Mrs. J. T. Rawls the
best secretary and treasurer in the
state. Crystal River with a band of
only ten peerless women set their aim
financially at $100. Floral City has
made some progress and will try to
reach the standard of excellence this
year. Floral City has increased in
membership, attendance, interest and
contributions. The women of this
church are most fortunate, in having
in their pastor's wife, Mrs.. Rorex, one

AMERICA Alii Bill

ARE I ACCORD

Neither are Inclined to Meddle in the.
Affairs of Another Allied or
Neutral Nation
(Associated Press)
London, March 22. The British
dominions don't feel that they should
take the responsibility of entering
into the deciding of differences of Eu European
ropean European nations where the British em
pire is not directly involved, accord according
ing according to a memorandum submitted to
the British delegation at the peace
conference by Premier Borden of
Canada, says the Morning Post. The
American delegation supports the
memorandum, the correspondent of
the Post states.
UNDESIRABLE CITIZEN
Copenhagen, March 22. The Vien Vienna
na Vienna government has again notified for former
mer former Emperor Charles it is desirable
that he quit the country. No pressure
has been brought to force him to
leave.
SWITZERLAND IS ANXIOUS
Berne, March 22. Several Swiss
newspapers are urging a plebiscite on
Switzerland's entry into the-league of
nations, expressing fear that Swiss
neutrality will eventually be nedan nedan-gered.
gered. nedan-gered.
PREPARING FOR FLIGHT,
ACROSS TOE ATLANTIC
. (Associated Press) N
. St. Johns, New Foundland, March
22. The steamer; Digby left Liver Liverpool
pool Liverpool yesterday with two airplanes and
airmen- for the proposed trans trans-Atlantic
Atlantic trans-Atlantic flight and is expected here
in ten days.
'
: A SMALL ITEM
v Associated press j
7 Washington, March 2J. A son was
bornvhere today to Mrs. Cary T.
Grayson,-wiferof Admiral Grayson of
Virginia, the personal physician of
President Wilson, who is now in Pari
with the president.
CARD OF THANKS
' We,"wife, son and -daughter of the
late W. O.-Massey, return sincere
thanks to the many friends, who gave
us their aid, during his last illness
and, death.
Mrs. W. O. Massey. :
, Como D. Massey.
Mrs. L. W. Clardy.
of. the choice spirits of earth sweet,
strong, consecrated and winsome.
It was a joy to have so many mem members
bers members of other churches in attendance
upon the meetings, many of whom
took part in. the discussions and gave
valuable suggestions and inspiration inspiration-".1
".1 inspiration-".1 thoughts.
Of the perfection of the luncheon
furnished by the dear women, it is
scarcely necessary to speak except it
was worthy of Inverness.' The long
tables were placed tfnder the trees in
the church yard and there was noth nothing
ing nothing lacking in elegance of service and
quality of the eatables.
" The, 'social feature of this hour was
delightful. Many of the men of the
church and. town joined the ladies and
all together enjoyed the feast of goed
things.
Miss Annie Martin was appointed
to- report the meeting for the Wit Witness.
ness. Witness. Miss Martin is a brilliant, ver versatile
satile versatile Georgia woman, so we may look
forward tocher report with interest.
. L. P. H.
NOTICE TO DISCHARGED
SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS
Particulars as to obtaining the
sixty dollars bonus for discharged
men can be -had by applying to the
undersigned. D. Niel Ferguson,
Chairman Civilian Relief Committee,
American Red Cross, Ocala, Fla.
NEW FORD AT A BARGAIN
We have a new Ford touring car ot
a bargain. Apply at Maxwell Agency
or L. E. Yonce's place. Fort King
avenue, city. ,- ,.19-t ,.
. s
Kelly's "White-RightTOflT"for nu nu-buck
buck nu-buck and canvas shoes. Little's- Shoe
Parlor, Commercial Bank block. 18-Ct
The war is over and we i are now
using no substitutes in our famous
Butternut bread. Carter's Bakery, tf
Shaving brusTies, all set in hard
rubber. We have a nice line to select
from. Prices from 50 cents to $5 each.
Anii-Mpnopoly Drug Store. 21-
. W. K. Lane, 21. D, Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Ness and
TiiroaU Law Library BiiiKiag, Ocala,
Florida:, . - tf

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LBAI
I Will be Well Featured in Every
Movie Theater in
i America
Atlanta, Ga., March 22. Prepara
tions for presenting the Victory Lib Liberty
erty Liberty Loan campaign through the med medium
ium medium of motion pictures on a larger
scale than ever before were complet-
ed here today at a conference of,
prominent film exchange managers
and theater managers, led by Carl W.
Rowntree, of the Scenic Film Com Company,
pany, Company, chairman of the film committee
for the Sixth Federal Reserve dis district.
trict. district.
George R. Allison is chairman of
the film circulation committee, which
consists of practically the entire or organization
ganization organization known as the Film Ex Exchange
change Exchange Managers of Atlanta, the
great southern center of the moticii -picture
industry. All the great pro producing
ducing producing and distributing houses are
represented. Hugh Cardeza is chair chairman
man chairman of the theater service committee,
representing all theaters other than
strictly motion picture houses. Both
these gentlemen and all the represen- -latives
pledged every effort to give
ample distribution to the many pic pictures
tures pictures to be presented in the inter- t
ests of the Victory Loan.
Local, chairmen will be appointed in
every town where there isy a picture
theater, to see that the widest use cf
the Victory Loan pictures is had. Any
theater manager desiring to book
pictures or make inquiries may write
Chairman Rowntree, the Alfriend
Building, Atlanta.
"The Price of Peace? a big five five-reel
reel five-reel war picture never before shown,
and in which a camera operator was
killed at hi3 machine, will be the
most important of the Victory Lean
films, but there are many others to
be presented.
CLOTHING CAMPAIGN FOR ;
LIBERATED COUNTRIES
- Every kind of garment, for all ccs
and both sexes, is urgently needed.
In addition, piece goods, light, warm
canton flannel and other kinds cf
cloth from "which to make garments
for new born babies, tickmg, sheet sheeting,
ing, sheeting, and blankets, woolen goods cf
any kind and shoes of every size
are asked for. Scrap leather is need. need.-ed
ed need.-ed for repairing foStwear.
Since the clothes will be subjected
to the hardest kind of wear, only gar garments
ments garments of -strong and durable materials
should be sent. It is useless to offer
to any afflicted' population garments
of 'flimsy material. Make the gifts
practical.
.Garments need not be in perfect
condition. Many thousand destitute
women h' the occupied regions are
eager to earn a small livelihood by
repairing gift clothing and making
new garments adapted to needs with
which they are familiar.
Woolen j goods of any kind whatso whatsoever
ever whatsoever are Acceptable; soft hats and
caps for "all ages,, and sweaters or.
any kind and size.
Men's shirts and pajamas, so worn
or shrunken as no longer to be ser serviceable
viceable serviceable are particularly welcome,
since the material can be utilized for
making children's garments.
Sending garments that cannot bJ
used increases the cost of handling,
as such articles have to be picked out
at the central location point, and
causes useless expenditures cf money
on articles which cannot be sent
abroad.
The Red Cross is paying the freight
and chapter workers should be certain
that '.every cent paid the railroads is
helping to forward some useful ar
ticles to the stricken countries cf Eu Europe.
rope. Europe.
Do not send ball dresses, flimsy
dresses, high hats, straw hats, trim trimming
ming trimming for hats, feathers, umbrellas,
mattresses, clocks, glassware, toys,
collars, neckties, shoe trees, canes,
parasols, pillows, crockery or rugs.
The people of the liberated countries
need clothing even more than food.
Committees have been appointed,
and 'they will either call on you or
phone you during the coming week.
Please make your donation as large
ts possible. The need is appalling.
Marion County Chapter, A. R. C.
Be sure to go to the Temple Theater
tonight and see the Dodge Brothers
film, "Delivering the Goods." It will
b- interesting. Auto Sales Company.
We have a limited supply of Velvet
Beans for sale. Better buy now, as
they are scarce. Smith Grocery Co. tf
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
ICS Xtootna. ZO Bath
Opposite postoffice. All modem. Im Improvements,
provements, Improvements, eleyator, telephone' er er-vlce.
vlce. er-vlce. Kates without bath, $1 and up;
with bath, JL50 per person.
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Little Rhode Island is going to fight
the prohibition amendment.
If there any truth in 'the stories
about Japan in Siberia, or do they
originate with Hearst? v
Leesburg Commercial describes
daylight saving time as "fool; time."
We accept the amendment.
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Ex-Senator Joe Bailey of Texas has
quit the democratic party. The dem dem-ocartic
ocartic dem-ocartic party quit him some time ago.
Orlando is planning to build a me memorial
morial memorial park, to commemorate the
heroism of Orange county soldiers and
sailors in the great war.
Orlando people are dead set against
daylight saving time, and there is a
move on foot tQ disregard it so far as
local affairs are concerned.
There is a limited amount of tho
Victory 3-cent. stamps on sale. If you
are -a stamp collector, you had better
acquire one at once. We can't say
that we are stuck on them.
innuenza nas disappeared irom a
majority of the army camps in this
country and the general health of
troops both at home and abroad con continues
tinues continues to show improvement. -:
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Friend of ours wants to know" if we
don't think v the threatened war
against tobacco is a backfire set up
by the liquor men. Hardly.? The cru crusade
sade crusade against tobacco began before' we
were born, and we are no chicken.
Judg Bullock has ruled that the
election for tick eradication in ? Lake
. ccunty .. is invalid. It was a special
election and the returns' should have
been canvassed by a special board," in instead
stead instead of which they were canvassed
by the general board. I
" '..I H i i
The Times-Union very sensibly
says: "Factory near Coblenz is said
to be working double time making
iron crosses to sell to the American
, soldiers. Well, they are just as good
or better mafbe than those bestowed
mr t rta rnrrrioi Laico.i ta cav erA
ially outrageous bit of barbarism."
Killv SnnHflv nr?viPr1 hie firsti con
gregation of 4500 at Tampa not to
cough during the, services. If there
is any coughing to be done it .must 'be
at the conclusion of the sermon, then
you can cough up until it chokes you.
Clearwater Sun. -.'
Somebody please, lead that good
. old song, "I'm glad salva-a-tion's
Mr. E. W. Moore, editor of the
Banner-Register of Benton Harbor,
Mich., was a welcome visitor to the
Star office Friday. He was going
thru the city on the Oklawaha trip,
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and dropped in to pay the Star a
fraternal call. He looked so much
like Henry Ford when he came thru
the door we thought he was for sure
the auto journalist. We suppose edi editors
tors editors have passed thru Ocala this sea season,
son, season, on their way to or from the Ok Oklawaha,
lawaha, Oklawaha, but Mr. Moore is the first
who had the gumption to visit the
office of the greatest daily between
Jacksonville and Tampa.
Thorn of the Palm Beach Post, and

Benjamin of the Ocala Star, may now
cheer, up. If they want a drink of
whisky, they can make it -legally in
their little ice cream freezers. A piny
woods farmer of Jackson county has
discovered the process, but has not
patented it. The holder of the freezer
is filled with mash, which is then
frozen and the whisky concentrates
in the center and can be drawn off.
For further details, address G. Earl
Hoffman, assistant United States at attorney,
torney, attorney, Pensacola Punta Gorda Her
ald.
The great drawback to this plan is
that we haven't any ice cream freezer.
'"" 7 ;
If President Wilson calls a special
session of Congress and nothing
more than repeal of the "daylight"
saving law is done, it will have per performed
formed performed a good service. The clocks
have been i tinkered with too much,
and people generally are tired of it.
We have, enough else to do besides
trying to follow the clock in gyrations
of an useless nature. Plant City
ourier. v..-,
. If Congress was called to repeal
daylight time, it might take up, the
time doing something worse. ; Mr.
Wilson-was evidently disgusted with
the last Congress" and has no reason
tc believe this one is any better.
'Governor Catts, writes he is inviting
Secretary Lane to come to Tampa and
tell us about his land reclamation by
soldiers scheme. It is going to take
a whole lot of telling to. make it pop popular
ular popular with the people. Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. :' ,' .. ' ', .'
Without naming names, wonder if
Secretary Lane would have been
,wised-up" as to just who .would have
profited most were the scheme carried
out as projected ? Lakeland Adver
tiser.
" Secretary Lane isn't on to his job
if he isn't wise to them, v
We can't favor Mr. Wilson's plan,
if he has such a plan, as today's dis
patches say, of coming' home and try
ing to whip recalcitrant senators into
line .for the league of 'nations by &
speaking tour in their , states. -We
dcubt that he: would succeed, and it
would; be ,a; waste of very valuable
time anyhow, The best thing to do
is to ;ioake jthe peace treaty first ano
make, "or try to make,, the league of
nations afterward, :
Seems funny to hear of cities of
fering Jess Willard $100,000 to fight.
We knew Jess", when he- was a kid
working around, a livery stable, up in
a little town in Kansas and he would
fight for lots- less than a, hundred
bucks. Winter Haven Chief.
He wouldn't fight for $30 a month
when his country needed real fighting
men.--. ..- J'--;.-:
. :. 1
v Friend of ours, a venerable Ken Ken-tuckian,
tuckian, Ken-tuckian, well ; posted on tobacco,
horses and ladies, who," generally
spends his winters in. Ocala. describes
love las a tickling sensation in the
heart, which one wants to scratch and
can't. We .pass his definition along
for the consideration" of those af afflicted
flicted afflicted ;with the malady. :. ;
FLORIDA NEGROES DESERVE
i HELP IN THEIR PLANS
t 1 ; ;
(Miami Metropolis) :
, Good citizens of Florida cannot but
be interested in that call for a negro
convention 'to be held in Ocala on the
twenty-third of ApriL and hopeful
that the' plans formulated at that
time, 'will start a workable program
by yhich the ideals outlined in the
official call for the meeting may be
achieved. The improvement of condi conditions
tions conditions and opportunities for the ne negro
gro negro in Florida not only means a bet bet-tei
tei bet-tei race, of negroes but it means a
better race of white people. Law Law-abiding,
abiding, Law-abiding, home-owning, industrious
negroes are an asset to every commu community,
nity, community, andintelligent white people will
dc everything in their, power to assist
the earnest leaders of the negro race
in their efforts to arouse their people
to greater civic pride and greater in industrial
dustrial industrial achievement.
On the leaflet calling the conven convention
tion convention five ideals for the workers are
given. The first is for "adequate pro provisions
visions provisions for education and better-protection
and care for delinquent chil children.'
dren.' children.' The second is for "improve "improvement
ment "improvement of our record as respects the
prevalence of crime." The third is "for
the removal of ; individual political
discrimination," The fourth is for
"fairer economic and industrial con conditions."
ditions." conditions." The fifth is for "an im improved
proved improved civic an dindustrial morale."
Outside of the third item, which is
too vaguely worded to be clear in
meaning, the plans for the negro
work are worthy of generous assist assistance
ance assistance from the white people of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and the coming convention should
be used as an opportunity by the
w.hite people to convey to the negroes
ir every county from which 'the. Rele Relegates
gates Relegates have assembled substantial as assurance
surance assurance that every effort of the ne
gro toward greater industrial efficien efficiency
cy efficiency and greater observance of the laws
of hygiene and morality will bring
material aid from their friends, in the
white race. 1.

EQUAL SUFFRAGE DEPARTMENT

EDITOR, ISABEL STUART MAYS
.Center Hill, Fla.
"We shall fight for the thine
which we have always carried nearest
our heart for democracy, for the
right of those who submit to author
ity to have a voice in their own gov
ernment." Wood row Wilson.
Florida Equal Suffrage Association
Denounces All Militant Tactics
At a recent, meeting of the execu
tive board of the Florida Equal Suf Suffrage
frage Suffrage Association held in Jacksonville,
the following statement was issued
denouncing the militant tactics of the
woman's party, and setting forth
clearly the fact that the Florida
Equal Suffrage Association, which is
a branch of the National American
Woman Suffrage Association, has no
connection whatever with the militant
party.
The complete statement follows:
"Because the militant tactics of
the woman's party continually cause a
misunderstanding of the constructive
policy of. the National American
Woman Suffrage Association.' of which
the Florida Equal Suffrage Associa Association
tion Association is a' branch, the executive board
cf,the Florida E. S. A. has issued the
following statement:
""There is absolutely no affiliation
between these two organizations.
"The woman's party believes in
working for the enfranchisement of
women only through the federal Con Congress.
gress. Congress. Its policy is to hold the ma-r
jority party in Congress responsible
for federal action on woman suffrage,
and to force its claims to recognition
by militant and .other methods used
against the "entire party when such
recognition is not given.
"The National American Woman
Suffrage Association is working for
the suffrage by both state constitu constitutional
tional constitutional and legislative action; and
through the federal Congress as well.
"It is not partisan in policy but ex expects
pects expects that suffrage will be granted to
women by men of both parties: who
believe in democracy and justice. It
dees not hold the party responsible,
but holds the individual absolutely so.
It uses only the peaceful .method of
educating public opinion, and creating
a public sentiment which proves more
formidable to the man who obstructs
the establishing of a real democracy
in the United States than militancy
possibly could.
"It is constructive in its work,
standing for sincerity in government governmental
al governmental thought and action; and for the
safeguarding of home interests which
is fundamental to the life of the state
and nation.
"The National Woman's Suffrage
Association, of which Jhe Florida E.
S. A. is a branch, has ; two million
members with affiliated organizations
in every state in the Union. It is
working, for the ballot because the
ballot is civilization's recognized
means, the most effective yet evolved
for protecting personal, home and
business interests; for eliminating the
need for a, resort to militancy. in order
to obtain, what fis wanted by any
ciass.: ;
- "The association protests against
the use of militant, tactics by suffrage
organizations or individuals, as being
un-American and unnecessary under
our form of government. No organi organization
zation organization practicing such methods is con connected
nected connected with it." V
"
Women Active in Effort to Ssecure
1 Primary, Amendment
Members of the Florida Equal Suf Suffrage
frage Suffrage Assdciationare active in. all
parts of Florida preceding the session
or the legislature which convenes in
April and at which will be proposed
giving women the right Jto vote in the
democratic primaries.
One of the officers of the associa association
tion association in talking of the work said re recently:
cently: recently: "We are gratified with .the
progress which is being made in all
sections. Men who formerly opposed
woman suffrage, are now supporters
of the movement, and our old friends
are just as loyal. There is a stronger
interest in the mpvement noticed eve every
ry every day. The press of the state is giv giving
ing giving much more active support, and
in many of the papers have appeared
editorial comments approving of the
movement to give to the women, gov governed
erned governed by the laws f Florida, the
4..
right to vote for the men who are to
mak'e the laws of the state. As one
of the editors said, 'There is no rea reason
son reason why the intelligent women of the
state should not enjoy the same priv privileges
ileges privileges that men now have, and there
is no argument for the ballot for men
that does not apply with' equal
weight to the subject of votes for
women.' So many legislators have -expressed
their approval of giving the
women the ballot in some form, it
would seem, that it is now merely a
matter of getting the legislators to
agree on how the ballot is to be giv-
en.
Through the representative women
of the various counties, the legisla legislators
tors legislators are being approached to secure
their views on the suffrage question.
The Blue Book on Woman Suffrage
given the following twelve reasons
why women should vote, which are be being
ing being widely quoted at this time:
1. Because those who obey the
laws should help to choose those who
make the laws.
2. Because laws affect women as
much as men.
3. Because laws, which affect wom women
en women are now passed without consulting
them.
4. Because laws affecting children

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should include the woman's point or
view as wel la sthe man's.
5. Because laws affecting the home
ore acted on in every session of the!
legislature. '
G. 4 Because women; have exper experience
ience experience which twould be helpful to leg legislation.
islation. legislation. . v ..;
7. Because" to deprive .women of
the vote is to lower th'eir pbsition.Sn
common estimation.'
8. Because 'having .the vote would j
increase the sense of responsibility j
among women toward questions or
public importance. i
9. Because public-spirited mothers
make public-spirited sons.
10. Because about ; 8,000,000 wom women
en women in the United States are wage
workers, and the conditions under
which they work are controlled by
law.
"11. Because the objections against
their having the vote are- baled on
prejudice not on reason.
12. Because to sum" up all rea reasonsit
sonsit reasonsit is for the common good of
all. :
Miss Elizabeth Skinner of Dunedin,
one of the state organizers, is trav traveling
eling traveling thru) middle and western Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, interviewing legislators and or organizing
ganizing organizing in the interest of woman's
RffTrage.
Pros and Antis Meet in Debate
Friday evening, March 21, Judge
T. N. Wicker rnd Miss Isabel Stuart
;Mays will meet Representative. Wick
er in public debate on the question of
woman suffrage. The debae will be
held at Eushnell in the court house.
Judge" Wicker and Miss Mays will
speak for the. ouestion, and Represen tative
Wicker against it.
. SEEDS! SEEDS! SEEDS!
Large supply of Pyles' and Gist's
seed corn best grown f or this sec section.
tion. section. Also rice, guber and chufa seed.
Phone 435.
tf OCALA" SEED STORE.
$5, REWARD
Monday night,4 March- 17th, one red
sow marked hole in ear and slits,
strayed from home. The above reward
will be paid by Rev. E. M. Arnold,
pastor of Tucker Town A. M. E.
church for information as to her
whereabouts, or to Ocala Evening
Star. 19-t
Bring us your automobile .repair
work and if we do not satisfy you
your work will not cost you one penny.
Try us on this proposition. Ocala Iron
Works Garage. Phone. 4. 13-tf

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OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1919

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

J Methodist
9:45 'a. m. Sunday school.
Let every one be at Sunday school.
11 a. m. -Preaching: by the pas pastor
tor pastor on '"Religious Vows." ?!
7:30 p. m. Preaching by Rev. J, T.
Frazier.
7:45 p. m. Wednesday, prayer ser-
, vice for "Good Stewardship."
? A good man who has had much
experience and traveled extensively
told us that our church had the best
con gregationol singing he had heard
at any place. 'Everybody is urged to
csme and worship at all our services.
Smith Hardin, Pastor.
, Grace Episcopal
Third Sunday in Lent
8 a. m Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
1 la. m. Litany and sermon. Sub-
7:30 p. m.--Eveniner nraver and
sermon. Subject. "Healimr of the
Dumb; Demoniac." V. f
Lenten services of each week:
Tuesday, 5 p. m. (
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. V ?
Thursday, 5 p. m.
Baptist

9:45 a. m.Sunday school.
i Rev. W. H Wrighton will preach
. mornin gand evening. In the morn morning
ing morning at 11 o'clock a sermon of ,the
series on Christ's message to; the
churches in Revelation will be given.
;' And there will be a short talk to' boys
and girls. At the evening service at
7:30 the first sermon of a series to
young people will be preached. Sub Subject,
ject, Subject, "The Wanderer." Believer's bap baptism
tism baptism will be administer at this ser service.
vice. service. The B. Y. P: U. will meet at
; 6:30 p. m. On Wednesday at the "mid "midweek
week "midweek service the pastor will begin a
series of. Bible readings, and the sub subject
ject subject this week will be "The Love of
God." Come and bring your Bibles

and be prepared to take part in the
meeting. Every true Christian loves
,the word of God, and it will help you
to love it more if you attend these

meetings. Come and see.
First Presbyterian
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
, L. M. Murray, superintendent.
11 a. m. Public worship.
2:30 p. m. Junior Society.
f 7:30 p. m. Public worship.
The pastor will preach at the morn-
ing service on "No Compromise" and
at the evening service on "Salvation
-. to the, Uttermost." ; v" x
There will be preaching each eve evening
ning evening during the week, except Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, at 8 o'clock. The entire congre congregation
gation congregation is urged to be present, and the
) public generally is invited. The pas pas-'
' pas-' tor exnects to -nreach on the follow

ing topics:
Monday evening, "Rebuilding ther
, Altars." -
Tuesday evening, "As Becometh the
Gospel." .; : :r'V .-,;-y'V-:
Wednesday evening, "What is Your
Candle-Power?" ',')'
Thuredav eveninsr "What Jesua
Said is Needful."

XTiuay. evening, iuccuii mc
Xv Bridegroom." :V. v;vv::.--, :

f un tne iouowmg ; aunaay morning
lie nvnoic rv onnol- ah "VVKat i Vif-

try for the Kenever." ine purpose
.olP these meetings is to attempt to
deepen the spiritual life of the peo people.
ple. people. All Christian people in the com community
munity community who are seeking better things
than the ordinary Christian exper

ience are invited to meet and pray
" "and study God's word with us. Bring
some v one that has not yet yielded to
Jesus Christ. J
TVio fircf irninrl rtf thf PVPrV-
member canvass resulted in the fol following
lowing following pledges:
For local support :. . . . . $1,332.46
For benevolences .... . 882.18
The follow-up campaign will ma
terially increase this amount.
John R. Herndon, Pastor.
Christian
Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Mrs.
Jennie Whitfield, superintendent.
' v. -
St. Phillip's Catholic Church V
Every first Sunday of the moritl
rlivinfc rptvip will h at 9:!J0 Tn.

services at 10:30 a. m. and at 5 p.vm.
' Instruction for the children at J9:30
a. m.
Daily service at 8 a.m.
Christian Science Society of Ocala
- (Yonge's Hall)
10 a. ,m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service.
, 7:45 p. m. first Wednesday -in each
; month. v
Reading room Commercial Bank
building, second floor, open daily exf
cept Sunday, from 3 to 5 p. m.
W. C. T. U. MEETING

The regular monthly W. C. T. U.
Tweeting will be held Tuesday after-
iln at the Presbyterian church. A
very interesting program has been ar arranged.
ranged. arranged. AH members and friends are
cordially invited. The meeting will be
opened promptly at 3 o'clock.
' Mrs. John L. Edwards, Sec'y.
' FRESH GARDEN SEEDS

All kinds of FRESH. garden seeds
in any quantity Ocala Seed Store,
phone 435. tf
We have a limited supply of Velvet
Beans for sale. Better buy now, as1
they are, scarce. Smith Grocery Co. tf.

OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any society items,
please phone One-Two-One .(121).
Miss Cecil Hadsock has gone to
Center Hill to nurse a patient there.
Peptona.
tf
Mrs. L F. Merritt of Lake Butler
is the guest' of her daughter Mrs. W.
P. Huckaby.
Dr. and Mrs. H. F. Watt and little
Helen are now in Asheville, N.1 C,
and they hope to soon return to Ocala. i
INDIAN BASKETS at The Book
Shop. 20-3t
Mr. and Mrs. Williams and little
daughter of Murdock, arrived in the
city yesterday in their car and will
be the guests of Mrs. Williams uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Maughs.j
Kelly's white "Heel Edge" enamel
for the soles and heels of white shoes.
Little's Shoe Parlor. 18-6t
Miss Nellie Stevens, principal of
the Ocala primary schools, has gone
to 'Montgomery, Ala.,, on a three or
four months leave to engage in chil children's
dren's children's welfare work, a cause that sh&
has very dear to her heart and has
made a lifetime study of. : ;
Mr., James E. Engesser has opened
a vulcanizing establishment at ,the
McGehee & Vogt repair shops on
a m m
"The Fashion Center"
Ocala. Florida.

. 0
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In all new materials and shades in

washables and silks, including the new
Fantasia and Baronnette. Prices from
$2.50 to $28.50
Sweaters
Sleeveless and Coat Sweaters for
Spring moderatefy priced
, ; Bathing Suits
In the newest shades and styles

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West Broadway. His apparatus which
was lost in transit for some weeks,
atrivei yesterday and the place is
now in full working order. Mr. En En-gesser's
gesser's En-gesser's announcement, will appear in
the Star in a few days.
"Jake's" the new jewelry store of
Mr. Jake Goldman, opened its doors
this morning, an4 presents the ap appearance
pearance appearance of a new pin. The stock is
tastefully arranged in departments
and the purchaser will have no trou trouble,
ble, trouble, in getting to the right place when
trading here. Mr. Perry Anthony is
Mr. Goldman's right hand man, and
as decorator and .display man is a
valuable acquisition to the new store.
His handiwork is 'already seen in the
windows. In speaking of this estab estab-lishmetn
lishmetn estab-lishmetn a few days ago we failed to
mention that a large stock of musi musical
cal musical instruments comprises an k impor important
tant important partof the lines carried.
Kelly's Chain Lightning Shoe
Cream, an absolutely; guaranteed
dressing for white, gray and brown
kid shoes. Little's Shoe Parlor.' 18-6t

.Mrs. E. C. Connor and son of North
Lake Weir, have just returned home
from a very pleasant vist with her
daughter, Miss Mary Connor, who is
teaching music at New Smyrna this
year. '.
Remember you get quality service
at quantity price at the Ocala. Iron
Works Garage. 13-tf
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Mr. I. Dod Israel, the Philadelphia
jeweler, is among the popular travel traveling
ing traveling men in the city today. Many
years ago he lived in Ocala and al-
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, A Veritable Carnival of
CORRECT FASHIONS
' For Smart v omen
An assemblage of wearables for every occasion, styled to please
every fancy, and interpreting the latest spring modes. Such a
phenomenal variety of fascinating conceptions inexpensively pre presented
sented presented afford an attractive opportunity to women who will visit
this store.
Dresses from $8.95 to $62 50 v
uits from $22.50 to $47.50

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Colorful New Blouses
Here are smart Georgette crepeTcrepe de Chine, and printed
voile blouses, some piquantly trimmed with adorable frills of self
material, while others are strikingly enhanced by inserts of con contrasting
trasting contrasting fabric. These are the sort of blouses that will make
the frequent doffing of your boxcoat or wrap a real temtation
but it is quite useless to discribe their varied charms when a visit
here will acquaint you with all theit loveliness andxippeal.

THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK

t We invite you to come in and talk over your needs withjus. Our Bank
is able and anxious to help anyone who is entitled to credit
If you are iu need of funds to make your crop, or to carry on any legiti legitimate
mate legitimate business transaction, don't hesitate to let us know about it

'TOTAL RESOURCES OVER $900,000.00
JOHN L. EDWARDS, President
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ways has a warm spot in his heart
for the many friends he left when he
moved to the City of Brotherly Love.
He will spend Sunday here. Just why
he came among us without that mus mustache
tache mustache which he has worn since boy boyhood
hood boyhood is something that he will -probably
explain if approached -in the
proper manner.
Butternut bread has now returned
to its old time flavor. The warjs over
and we do not have to use any substi substitutes
tutes substitutes in its manufacture. Carter's
Bakery. 13-tf
.Peptona Tonic.
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Pay us a call and see samples of our repair repair-work.
work. repair-work. The method used by us eliminates the
big white patch on your casings and is guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed for the life of the tire. V r
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This Great Assortment Of t
; Beautiful Wash Fabrics
Fashion knows that the attractive
new voiles; organdies, ginghams, printed
georgette crepes will be the most popular
for summer weai.
Most of these fabrics need very little trimming
because they are so distinctive in pattern and color
So different," in fact, from the fabrics you have been
used to in tbe past that you wiil want to spend a
whole day inspecting the charms of these fresh
new offerings.
Prices are from 35c to $3.50
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When women select'new hats
from ourj display they are certain
of getting'a maximum of style at a
minimum'price. Lisere, Pineapple
and Milan straw creations are prom prominently
inently prominently featured in these inteiesting
groups. The earlier you come, the
greater the variety.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, 31 ARCH 22. 1919

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After ten months' service in
Army Y. M. C. A. work.

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"BACK. ON THE JOB"-'
And ready to greet old friends
and meet new ones, at his pop pop-ular
ular pop-ular Barber Shop in the Taylor
Printing Company's office on
Fort King avenue.' Special at at-tention
tention at-tention given to children's work
and his little friends are invit

ed to call and see him.

Mr. T. L. Thompson, who was for-

j rnerly of Ocala and played ball on the

r. Lawton Sims has a good posi-lT,. rnvvtnn cfofo ;CfKta

xri thfr Standard 9l1 Company MaXwell and automobiles,

at Norfolk, Va.

Jacob's glace fruits. Anti-Monopoly.
Mr. W. J. Wilson, turpentine opera operator
tor operator and stockman of Fort McCoy, was
in town today.

Remorse is really a
sour memory. Care
for your eyes NOW
any old age will pro

duce sweet recollections.
Dr. K. J. Weihe, ;
Eyesight Specialist
, Graduate Optometrist
With Weihe Co., Jewelers, Ocala, Fla.
I PIEW'FRUIT STAND .J
? (Next to Anti-Monopoly

Drug Store)

Messrs. Sibbald Wilson and Leroy

j Bridges of the University of Florida

art: at nuiue ivr uic wcciwcuu.
The Methodist sewing circle will
meet with Mrs. C. G. Barnett Mon Monday,
day, Monday, March 24th. at 3:30 p. m.
Tennis Goods at The Book Shop. 3t
Mr. J. A. Bouvier, who has been
staying in Jacksonville, is in Ocala
for a week-end visit to his family.
We are glad to learn that Mrs. J.
H. Brinson, who has been quite ill for
several weeks, is on the high road to
recovery. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drake have
gone to St. Petersburg for "a visit to
their son-in-law and daughter Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Fox.

FANCY FRUITS
FRESG VEGETABLES
AMD GROCERIES
All Prices Reduced
PHONE 399 SAVOY CAFE

DIRECT FROM OUR FISHING
BOATS TO YOU!

Delicious Jfresh caught Dry
Salt Fish direct to the consumer
by prepaid parcel post or express

15 lbs. for $2.(

Special' price on barrel lols

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ST. GEOftGE

PACKING CO. :
St. George on the Gulf "",
Apalachicola, Florida

,Mr. S. L. Grantham is spending the
week-end with his wife in the city,
coming from Jacksonville, where he is
employed in the shipyards.
Be sure to go to the Temple Theater
tonight and see the Dodge Brothers'
film, "Delivering the Goods.V It -will
be interesting. Auto Sales Company.
Juanita Hansen, a handsome and
talented screen star, will shine to tonight
night tonight at the Temple in "The Sea
Fiower." 1 is a story with lots of ac action
tion action in it. -v

We have a limited supply of Velvet
Beans for sale. r Better buy ( now, aa
they are scarce. Smith Grocery Co. tf
Mrs. E. C. Staley and children. Miss
Clara Mae and Master Randolph, of
Palmetto, are in the city on a visit to
Mrs. Staley's parents, Mr. ajid Mrs. C.
L. Moore. ; '

is in tne city ior a iew aays to co cooperate
operate cooperate with Mr. Carroll in the agen

cy in this part of the state for the

cars. Mr. m Thompson has a great
many friends here who will remembei
him with pleasure.
We guarantee to do your automo automobile
bile automobile repair work cheaper than any
other garage in town and guarantee
satisfaction on top of this- "What
more need we say? Ocala Iron Works
Garage. 13-tf
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The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Pillans
will be glad to know that little Cora
Mae Pillans, who was operated on at
the hospital last night for apperidi apperidi-citis,
citis, apperidi-citis, is doing nicely today.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOB
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c. f three times, 50c.; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in ad

vance.

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FOR SALE Six second-hand Fords.
They are real bargains; come and
lcok at them. Auto Sales Company,
Mack Taylor. 22-6t

NOTICE

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MSUSMCE

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Gary Block
Ocala - Fla

UNDERTAKERS sad EMllALMERS
PHONES v47. 104. S5
OCALA. FLORIDA

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; EAT AT THE
GHEEK-AMER1CAI1 CAFE,
A la CARTE SERVICE
Every Oiisg in the Elarket
Best Gome Cooldiifj v
Qalck Service
C. Jefierk I

. D, Baxter ) ;

Phone 272 V
114 S. Magnolia Sf.,Next to
Clarkson Hardware Store.

Bay and Ilogan St. JacksonTlUe, Fla.
All railroad ticket offices to building:,
center of everything. All modern im improvements.
provements. improvements. First class in every par particular.
ticular. particular. Rates, one person, $1 to $1.50;
two persons, $2 to $2.50. Bath $1.50, $2;
two people, $2.50. $3.
4-3 E. FRANK PIERCE, Prop.

,. J Superintendent' Brinson return
yesterday- from Tallahassee, where
members of school boards and county
school superintendents held a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant and profitable session.

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The town is being handsomely dec

orated for 'the meeting of the Florida
Woodmen head camp "next week. The

Crescent City Decorating Company of
Springfield, 111.; is doing the work.

Be sure to go to the Temple Theater

tonight and see' the 'Dodge Brothers'
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mm, ueiivenng. ine uooas. ai wm
bo interesting. Auto Sales Company.

Mrs. W. L., Denhamj Mrs. Irvin,

Mrs. Watts and blisses Lena Coulter,
Lois Oliver aijc Frances. Irvin of
Gainesville' were visitors to Ocala to

day. '. -v .r "'

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During the absence of Miss Nellie

Stevens Miss Edith Griffin will act as

superintendent of the primary school,

and Mrs. Duncan McDonald will be
added to the staff bf the school.

5 Mr. Mack Taylor of the -Auto' Sales

Notice
To Onr
Customers.

In order, to get your groceries
to you in time for your mid-day
meal, our morning delivery will
leave the store at 9:30 o'clock
sharp:-
Now, if you want your gooos
early, order them early. Orders
reaching us after 9 o'clock won't
catch the early car, fop we can cannot
not cannot get the goods up in time.
Our store will be opened at 7
o'clock, so that you have two
hours time in which to get your
order to us.
We want to serve you and
serve you promptly. With your
help, we can do it.
O. TEAPOT,
GEOCEKY
IS'- .
2 Phones 16 and 174

FOR SALE CHEAP Two Buick

touring cars; new tires and new tops;

price $200 each. Auto Sales Company,
Mack Taylor. - 22-6t.

HOUSE FOR RENT Four rooms
and bath; gas and-electric lights; all
modern improvements. Apply to Mrs.
T. H. Wallis."603 E. 2nd St. 22-t.
LOST Bunch of keys; probably at
postoffice. Finder please return to R.
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FOR SALE Cottage with five rooms.

sleeping porch and bath room; com completely
pletely completely v screened. Has hot and cold
water in bed and bath rooms,. Cheap.
Apply to "F." care Star office. 21-3t

KEPT AWAKE
The Terrible Pains in Back and
Sides. Cardui Gave Relief.

Marksville, La. Mrs. Alice Johnson,
of this place, writed: "For one year I
suffered with an awful.misery in my tsck
and sides. My left side was hurting me
all the time. The misery was something
awful.
1 could not do anything, not even sleep
at night. It kept me awake nest of the
night ... I took- different medicines, but
nothing did me any good or relieved me
until I took Cardui ...,".
I was not able to do any of my work
for one year and I got worse all the time,
was confined to my bed off and on. I got
so bad with my back that when I stooped
down I was not able to straighten up
again . I decided 1 would try Cardui
. .'.'By time I had taken the entire bottle

Company has sold within -the past J j was feelimr nretty eood and could

few days four Dodge touring cars, to
Mrs. T. Goolsby, Martel; H. L. Dixon,

Mcintosh; F. B. Hester, Evinston,

and M. L. Reynolds, Ocala.

- 11 1 in
Mr. Automobile Ownerl6ok at this:
Carbon burned out of four" cylinders

for $3; six cylinders, $4, at the. Ocala

IronWorks Garage. 13-tf
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The union Bible study class at the
Presbyterian manse yesterday was
well attended and the subject, "A
Life of Victory," was' ably presented
by Mrs. Wrighton. Study for next
week will be "Law and Grace.".
HIGHLAND, LINEN at The Book
Shop. t 20-3t
Mrs. W. W., Herr' of Louisville and
Mrs. James Thompson of Tampa, her
sister and a bride of only a few
weeks, have been visiting Mrs. R. H.
Redding and as Mrs. Bedding's guests
took an automobile .trip to Tampa.

Peptona, the Great Tonic.

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straighten up and my pains were nearly
all gone.
I shall always praise Cardui. I con continued
tinued continued taking it until I was strong and
well." If you suffer from pains due to
female complaints, Cardui may be just
what you need. Thousands of women
who once suffered in this way now praise
Cardui for their present good health.'
Give ita triiL NC-133

Mr. W. R. Goodwin and son Mor Mortimer
timer Mortimer were in town last night, guests
of Mr. and MrsJ D. E. Mclver. They
were on theiir home to Chicago from
Eau Gallic They expected to join
Mrs. Goodwin today in Jacksonville
and all go on north together, j
Our second large shipment oi
Jacob's candies received in the last
few days came in today. Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. V 21-
Rev. and Mrs." Smith Hardin and
their guests Rev. and Mrs. J. T.
Frazier, have returned from a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant auto trip thru the counties south
of us. They had fine weather and,
except right "around. Lake Weir, anr

Jnear Zellwood, Orange county, trav-
! pIpH nvpr trnnr? rna A

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Fifty-TFifty.

PR A irriC A f. C. A RPK"rRn Anoiner uimg waea a iaay waiES

Mn -mm rm IP1 street leading a harntssed dog,
- A u M bkh tiCJKe: -most advertising?
Careful Estimates made on all Con- ; Salveston News.
tract worli Gives More and Better I 7 -r

Work for the Honey than any other Peptona is sold in Ocala at Gerig's

contractor In the city.

Diug Store at one dollar per bottle, tf

Coffee Hurts
Many People
If jou have been
accustomed to
drinlc coffee and
find ft causes head headache,
ache, headache, nervousness,
sleeplessness or
heart or stomach
annoyance vhrj
notary
INSTANT
POSTUM
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A table drink ab ab-soluielij
soluielij ab-soluielij free from
caffeine, the drug
in coffee, biA of rich
coffee-like flavor.
-At Grocers Evmjwhere

FOR SALE Burroughs adding ma machine,
chine, machine, in first class condition. Cheap
for cash. Apply to V A. Wilds at
Rheinauer & Co. 18-6t

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

'On and after March 22nd, 1919, this
bank will keep open every Saturday
night until SEVEN o'clock for the ac ac-commodatioh
commodatioh ac-commodatioh of the farmers, laborers
.
and business men for the purpose of
. .... s '"
cashing checks, making change and
receiving deposits. . .
Gall and let us have an opportunity
to serve you. . .

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COMMERCIAL BANK
OF OCALA.

WANTED You to knoV I repafr all
makes of stoves, gas, wood or coal. I
also buy old stoves. Drop me a card
or call at 417 N. Magnolia St. Acme
Stove Hospital. n 20-3t

AUTO REPAIR SERVICE For
quick and reliable automobile service
come to the Florida House Garage. J.
C. Lanier and H. C. Williams, ,8-lm

FOR SALE Twin cylinder 'Excel 'Excelsior"
sior" 'Excelsior" motorcycle 1916f' model; used
very little; in first class condition condition-Cheap,
Cheap, condition-Cheap, for cash. Apply to "A. I." care
Star office. 17-6t

WANTED A good second hand type typewriter;
writer; typewriter; must be in good condition and
cheap for CASH. Apply to Chas F.
Flippen,'at Marion Hardware Co. 3t

FOR SALlf, CHEAP A second-hand
typewriter. Apply Star office, editorial

department. 13-tf

n-c-E
fceal 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 f
nicely now; it is well chilled and it is doing full duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER. J
Don't let. it lapse even a little bit it n-ay tulk on you all the
remainder of the season. 1
OCALA ICE AND PACKING COMPANY

W ANTED Stenographic work after
4:30 p. m. Office of fire chief, call 331
or 255. Mrs. Hampton Chambers, lm

FOR RENT Two rooms furnished
for light housekeeping. Phone 242,
Mrs. A. M. Perry, Herbert St. 6

Kelly's .Odorless Dye for old and
faded shoes. LitUe's Shoe Parlor. 6t

THE WMPSOE liOTEE
Jacksonville, Florida. ;

In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for ,a front yard.
Eyery modern convenience m eadx room Dining room service is
second to nice.
' RATES From $1.50 per day pr oerson to $6.

ROBERT MEYER,
, Manager.

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cansiri; Wis-cansiri; to R. R. Carroll, Ocala, on the 15th of this
month. These cars will be here in a few days.
There are only three cars in the first shipment.
We have a long list of prospects, on file-men who
show a deep interest in-the -new car. If you
want a car out of the first lot, come in and ar
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