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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and
Friday, except rain tonight in south
portion; cooler tonight and Friday.

CttVEiilT I THE
LEAGUE COMPLETE
It Contains No Admission of the
Japanese Demand for
- Race Equality
(Associated Eressj
Paris, March 27. A proposal which
seeks to "settle the conditions required
for admission to the league of nations
has beempresented to the peace con con-ference.
ference. con-ference. It says those countries de-V-siring
membership must prove they
will "ensure all citizens, as well as all
'foreigners resident in their territo
ries, full, religious freedom, protection
to person and property, liberty of thej
press and free exercise of such rights
of suffrage as may be guaranteed by
their constitutions, customs or legis-1
lative enactments.
COVENANT COMPLETE
Paris, March 27. (By the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press.) -The league of nations
commission, with President Wilson in
the t-hair, last night completed con consideration
sideration consideration of the. league covenant.
The covenant was referred to the
drafting committee which will correct
the wording where necessary, and re refer
fer refer it back to the commission as soon
as possible for final consideration be before
fore before it is reported to the executive
committee of the peace conference.
The covenant still contains twenty twenty-six
six twenty-six articles. No amendment has been
incorporated which specifically meets
the desires of the Japanese for recog recognition
nition recognition of national equality.
TOOK ADVICE FROM TAFT
Washington, March 27. The text
of the proposed amendment to the
league of nations covenant suggested
by former President Taft, which was
considered by President Wilson and
the allied premiers in Paris yesterday,
was sent direct from the White House
less than a week ago after Mr. Taft
had been assured by Secretary Tu Tumulty
multy Tumulty that any "suggestion from him
would be welcomed, by. the president
This became known at the White
House today. f
SHIPS HAVE STARTED
. Paris, March 27 -The supreme eco eco-nomic
nomic eco-nomic council reports that thirty thirty-eight
eight thirty-eight German ships have left German
ports to be delivered to the Allied ;
Powers. The larger ships will be
used to repatriate American and
Australian troops.
UNAVOIDABLE DELAY
We are informed by the county
commissioners that it will be some
time in May before their appropria-
!!Lr2fc,fi.J5l
available. We regret being obliged
to delay the payment of premiums

until so late a date, but we trust that
alK will remember that last year was
a most unusual year and taxed the
financial resources of many to th
limit. For this reason taxes are not
being paid until it becomes absolute absolutely
ly absolutely necessary. For the same reason the
officers of the fair association find
that they have all they can do to takb
care of the financing of the other de departments
partments departments of the fair, and so can only
wait as patiently as possible for the
premium money to come from the
Jcotinty as planned. Premium state statements
ments statements and checks will be ready to
drop in the mail the moment the coun county
ty county voucher is received.
Nathan Mayo.. Secretary.

LIBERALITY TOWARD
THE LIBERATED
Clothing for Distressed Peoples of
Europe and Asia Called for by
the Red Cross
The time: March 23 to 31, 9:30 to
11:30 a. m., 3 to 5 p. m.
. The place: Gerig's old drug store
stand. -
The reason: Worn clothing for the
liberated countries.
Please be liberal.
Marion County Chapter, A. R. C.
z BOUVIER GARAGE NOW OPEN
This garage has again been opened
and is ready to handle any and all
kinds of automobile repair work and
guarantee satisfaction. Ernest Blair,
Va skiHed mechanic, is in charge, and
X invites your patronage.
J. A. Bouvier, Owner,
27-0t Anthony Road, Ocala, Fla.
- OAKLAND SIX
Limousine, perfect condition, new
tires, new spare time, bumper, etc.;
extra set of summer curtains; run
2000 miles only. Never been in a shop
for repairs or adjustment. Almost a
new car. Will sell at a big bargain.
Maxwell-Chalmers Agency, Ocala,
Peptona i s sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Store at one dollar per bottle, tf

POLAND WILL

PULVERIZED
If the Intentions of the Anarchists
Toward that Reviving Nation
are Carried Out
(Associated Presa)
Paris, March 27. A great military
campaign against Poland will be
opened by the Russian soviet govern government
ment government in the spring, Joffe, the former
Bolshevik ambassador to Berlin, de declared
clared declared at a recent meeting at Vilna,
according to word received here.'
BOLS STRIVING FOR A BREAK
-. London, March 27 A republic has
been proclaimed in Bessarabia and its
directorate has ordered military oDe-
rations against the Rumanian army, a
part of which has been forced to fall
back, according to a Warsaw dispatch.
It is stated the movement was evi evidently
dently evidently engineered by Bolsheviki sup supported
ported supported by Ukrainains who seek to
break through Rumania to establish
contact between Moscow and Buda Budapest.
pest. Budapest. GOT A HOLD IN G ALICIA
Vienna, March 27 A wireless from
the soviet government at Moscow de declares
clares declares that Galicia is in a state of
revolution. Troops dispatched by the
Polish government, the message as asserts,
serts, asserts, joined the movement.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR
MRS. NAIF MOSES
There was a large attendance at
the funeral services of Mrs. Naif
Moses Wednesday. .She was a very
attractive and charming young wom woman,
an, woman, sincerely kind to her friends and
charitable to all who were in need and
in the years she has lived here since
girlhood had won a large number of
friends, who will miss hersadly until
the kindly hand of time heals the
wound her death has made.
The family home on Oklawaha ave avenue
nue avenue was crowded- with those who
came to sympathize with those who
mourned, among whom were. some
from far-away cities. ;. The floral of offerings
ferings offerings were ,1 many and beautiful,
some being sent from Jacksonville as
well as a large quantity from, home home-folks.
folks. home-folks. Rev. Bottolacio conducted the
impressive service, after which the
remains were borne to Greenwood an annex
nex annex and laid away for their eternal
rest. -.
TEMPLE ATTRACTIONS
FOR THE WEEK
Today: Elsie Ferguson in "The
Danger Mark.' X
Friday: Louise Huff with Frank
Mayo in "The Crook of Dreams."
Satmday: Violet Mersereau in "The
Nature Girl."
v OAK VALE
Oak Vale,. March 26. Mr. and Mrs.
Ketus Limbough and children of
Pasley, were callers at M. A. Clancy's
Sunday afternoon.
Edward Rozar of High Springs
came downFriday to visit his uncles,
W. H. and M. A. Anderson.
Melvin Boyer spent the week-end
at Morriston, going down to take his
aunt, Mrs. L. Priest and daughter,
Hilma, who -had been here during the
sickness and death of Mrs. Priest's
mother, Mrs. M. A. Clancy.
Mrs. Retus Limbough of Pasley ana
Miss Eugenia Barton of Williston
spent Tuesday with Miss Lonnie
Clancy.
Mrs. Maggie Finney and Mrs.
Charles Finney and daughter, Lucile
of Raleigh, spent Tuesday with Mrs.
Justice and Mrs. C. Boyer.
Mr. Oscar Britt and family spent
Sunday with his brother at Central.
Mr. Joe Huggins and family spent
Sunday at Mr. Joe Hall's of Pasley,
Mrs. R. L. Rozar of High Springs,
will leave for home tomorrow. She
has been with her father and sister
since the death of her mother, Mrs.
M. A. Clancy,
Mrs. M. M. Justice will leave vf or
Samson, Ala., next Saturday. We will
miss her so much, but sope to see her
back m the early fall.
Miss Lonnii Clancy reecived two
letters this week from her brother
Michael, at Brest, France. He said
the boys are going back to the states
all the time, and hoped his time would
ccme soon. His father sent him a
cablegram telling of the serious con condition
dition condition of his mother, but it was sent
too late. We trust that he will get
his discharge and come home soon.
Mr. L- C. Home and family had
relatives from Trenton, visiting them
Sunday.
Melvin "Boyer brought Miss Maggie
tPriest of Morriston up Sunday, to
spend some time with Miss Lonnie;
Clancy,
Mr. Tom Tyner came Sunday, in
answer to word sent him -w that ; his
aunt, Mrs. Clancy was very low but
arrived after her death and buriaL

OGALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1919.

ITALIANS ADVICE
For the First Time in Many Cen Centuries
turies Centuries the Roman Eagles Again
Stand by the Danube
(Associated Press)
London, Wednesday, March 26.
Italian troops have occupied Press Press-burg,
burg, Press-burg, thirty-five miles southeast of
Vienna on the Hungarian side of the
border, according to a Budapest dis dispatch.
patch. dispatch. SOMETHING WILL BE DOING
Paris, March 27 -General Mangin,
one of the leading French officers,
will be recalled from his command at
Mayence, the newspapers announce,
to undertake a mission the charactei
and scope of which "is indicated plain plainly
ly plainly by events in Hungary.
MARION HARDWARE CO.
' ELECTS OFFICERS
The new stockholders of the Marion
Hardware Company met last night
and elected officers for the remainder
of the7 company's fiscal year. The
present stockholders who were pres present
ent present last night at the reorganization
meeting were: Dr. E. G. Peek, who
was elected president; Mr. W. P.
Preer, who was elected vice president
and general manager; Mr. J. M.
Thomas, secretary and treasurer;
Messrs. Thurston P. Drake, city;
George Pasteur, Anthony; C. F.JTlip F.JTlip-pen,
pen, F.JTlip-pen, H. Logan and T. I. Arnold K
city
Manager Preer gave a brief state statement
ment statement of the business done of late by
the -company, which was most satis satisfactory.
factory. satisfactory.
A number of matters governing the
future of the-company and looking to
i a. i i i : M
us improvement ana oroaaening oi
its business scope were discussed and
will be put into effect in due time.
Elsewhere lriXhis issue will be
noted an advertisement making for
mal announcement of the new organ
ization of the company.
- .The .Marion Hardware Company is
one of the largest business houses in
the cityT it has done remarkably well
during the war-time years and its
future is most roseate at this time..
Some mighty advantageous, connec connections
tions connections have been made and the officers
are live ones and will put into prac practice
tice practice some methods destined to bear
fruit.. ..
The future of the company is close closely
ly closely linked 'With the development of this
part of the state and will be watched
with interest.
SIGNALS NEEDED
A number of complaints have re recently
cently recently been made about there being
no markers or danger signals on the
Orange avenue road where it crosses
the Seaboard railroad several miles
south of the city.
This is an oversight that should be
attended to at once before some one
is seriously injured or perhaps killed
at this point. Whether this matter
is up to the railroad authorities or the
board of county commissioners we are
not informed. However, it cannot be
attended to too soon for the, safety of
the public.
CARD OF THANKS
Editor Star: Please announce in the
columns of your paper that we deep
ly appreciate the many kind' actions
of our neighbors and friends during
the illness and death of Mrs. N.
Moses. The thoughtfulness and time timely
ly timely words of sympathy from our
friends will live long in our memory,
and we truly extend our thanks.
Moses Brothers and Family.
A CHRISTIAN'S BUSINESS
At the special service at the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church last night the pastor
discussed the Christian's business, to
shine, to conspicuously illustrate the
excellencies of his Lord and Savior,
laying emphasis upon what Helps and
what hinders that shining. It was a
profitable service. The service to tonight
night tonight at 8 o'clock will be the fourth
of the series. The subject of the ser sermon
mon sermon tonight will be "What Jesus Said
is Needful." That which is needful is
what we cannot do without except
with injury and failure. All" men need
to know what Jesus said is needful.
He knows more about it than anyone
else. Come tonight and hear about it.
All Christian people are invited to
worship with us and the public gen
erally is cordially welcomed.
John R. Herndon, Pastor.
We have a limited supply of Velvet
Beans for sale. Better buy now, as
they are scarce. Smith Grocery Co. tf
, Kelly's Chain Lightning Shoe
Cream,, an absolutely guaranteed
dressing for white, gray and brown
1 kid" shoes. ; Little's Shoe Parlor. 18-6t

TIP ADA

ISRAEL COT,

110 ITS Ol'l
Hebrews Occupy Three-Fourths of
of the New Government
of Hungary
I
Associated Press)
Basel, March 27. The new Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian government consists of twenty-four
Jews and six Christians, the
Vienna Reichpost says. The newspa newspaper
per newspaper expresses the belief that the
Magyars won't submit to such a gov government.
ernment. government. HOME-COMING SOLDIERS
ARRIVE IN CHARLESTON
(Associated Press)
Charleston, S. C, March 27. The
transport" Mercury with more than
3000 troops of the Thirtieth division,
arrived here today. Most of the troops
are from the Eighteenth Infantry.
AVIATORS KILLED AT ARCADIA
(Associated Press)
Arcadia, March 27. Lieuts. Burns
of Indianapolis, and Mathews of
Ithaca, N. Y., were killed here yester
day, when their airplane became un uncontrollable
controllable uncontrollable and fell.
ANTHONY
Anthony, March 26. Mrs. B. K.
Padgett returned home Saturday from
a short visit to relatives in South
Carolina.
Rev. W. C. Rogers is spending a
few weeks in Tampa.
We are glad to know that Mr.
Ralph Bushong, who. fell and broke
several ribs, is improving.
Miss Aline Padgett, who spent the
past week with relatives in Lawtey,
returned home Sunday.
Miss Verda Proctor and mother of
Pedro are visiting relatives here.
Mr. Arthur Martin spent Sunday
at home.
Mrs. J. H. Pressley received the
good.news Saturday. thaVher sen, Mr?
Xavier Adams of the JFirst Construc Construction
tion Construction company,- who has been. In, Eng England,
land, England, has arrivedTsaf ely in .New York
and will be home soon.
Mr. Dan Boon, who has- just re
turned from France, after spending
a wek with his parents and relative k
in Anthony,' left Saturday for his
home at Larkins.
Hr. and Mrs. Thomas Randall, Mr.
Lonnie Randall and Misses Wynona
and Lula Randall of Conner, were
the guests of Mr. C. C. Priest and
family last week.
Mrs. F. M. Scott of Williston. after
a visit to her daughter, Mrs. B. K.
Padgett, left Sunday for her home.
Mrs. F. M. Bell and little prandson,
Tracy left last week for Ja k-jonville.
Mr. W. B. Thom has just purchased
a handsome new Reo.
4 Mrs. N. K. Higginbotham and baby
of Gainesville are spending a few
days with Mrs. Higginbotham's par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gates.
Mrs. John Owen and also Mrs. W.
W. Owen and little son are the guests
of "Mr. and Mrs. WC. Rogers.
Mrs. R. W. Titus of Oak is in An Anthony
thony Anthony for a few days.
The many friends of Dr. and Mrs.
C. W. Lindner are deeply grieved to
learn of the death of their little son
at the Ocala hospital.
Mr. A. S. Johnson has recently pur purchased
chased purchased a new piano.
Mr. John Leitner of Oak Hill, who
has been visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Leitner, "left last week for
his home.
Mr. Alfred Smith and family have
moved to the Himmelwright home.
" Mr. and Mrs. Hanger of Virginia
and Mrs. Feeser of Cumberland, Md
arrived last week to be with their sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. F. W. Bishop, who is yet
very ill. Mrs. Hanger and Mrs. Fee Feeser
ser Feeser were formerly Misses Georgia
and Fannie "Albright, who visited here
a number of years ago and won many
friends during their stay.
A meeting was held in the town
hall Monday afternoon. Misses Min Minnie
nie Minnie Floyd, Mac Morse, Donnie Grif Griffin
fin Griffin and Mrs. Moorhead spoke on poul poultry,
try, poultry, dairying, food and such, giving
several demonstrations along, these
lines.
The .W. O. W. held their regular
meeting Tuesday night and took in
three new members. This makes ten
new members' since the W. O. W.
supper in January.
The Woman's Club will sell ice
cream and cake at the town hall
Thursday evening. A short program
will also be rendered.
The negr minstrel given by some
of the young people of Anthony was
reproduced in Citra Friday evening.
A large crowd was present.
Peptona, the Great Tonic tf
7 We have a limited supply of Velvet
Beans for sale. Better buy now, as
they are scarce Smith .Grocery Co. tf

ATROCITIES BY

THE 0TTD1HS
Unspeakable Turk Continues His
Favorite Sport of Ma&sacreeing
v the Armenians
(Associated Press) -Athens,
March 27. Constantinople
advices report the massacre of Ar Armenians
menians Armenians by Moslem gendarmes at
Aleppo recently. It is reported that
forty-eight Armenians were killed,
more than 100 seriously wounded and
150 slightly injured.
VALERA IN DUBLIN
(Associated Press)
Dublin, March 27- Edward De
Valcra, recently elected president' of
Ireland by the Sien Finn parliament,
has been in Dublin since Tuesday, ac
cording to statements made here.
BATTLE WITH BOOTLEGGERS
(Associated Press)
Winchtter, r Va.. March 27. Win
chester is quiet today after a night of
threatened mob violence on account of
the killing of one alleged bootleggei
and the wounding of another by state
prohibition agents. The mob which
assembled before the hotel last night
where the officers were sheltered, dis-t
persed after midnight. ;
EVERYBODY INTERESTED
The committee on arrangements
for the W. O. W. head-camp conven-
lon next week, consisting of Messrs.
T. D. -Lancaster, Jake Brown and C.
K. Sage, has prepared the following following-program
program following-program for the opening exercises to
be held at the Temple theater Monday
morning:
Invocation: Rev. Smith Hardin.
Address of welcome: J. E. Chace.
Response: C. A. Hardee. -Address
of welcome from Fort King
Camp: W. W. Stripling, consul com commander.
mander. commander. Response: J. S. Blitch.
Address of ..welcome, from. Marion
District Association: C. B. Howell,
c a
Response: J- Mack Towne, P. H. C.
Address of welcome from Poinset-
tla Grove: Mrs. W. T. Whitley, past
guardian.
Response: Mrs. Katie N. Miller,
grand guardian.
Address: Mrs. Mary E. LaRocca,
supreme adviser' W. C.
Address: W. A. Fraser, sovereign
commander.
Master of. ceremonies: Mr; Jake
Brown.
The public is invited to these exer
cises and the committee hopes to see
Ocala well represented on this occas occasion.
ion. occasion. Let's show this splendid organiza
tion that Ocala appreciates the pres
ence in .our city of this meeting.
PROGRAM OF EXERCISES
AT WOMAN'S CLUB SATURDAY
Suwanee River, state federation
song.
Greetine: Mrs. J. W. McCollum,
vice president section two.
Song: Miss Porter.
Piano: Mrs. R. C. Camp.
Duet: Mrs. Hampton and Mrs. Ket-
chum.
Address: Mrs. Edgar Lewis, presi
dent State Federation of Women's
Clubs.
Music: Ocala High School Quartet.
Dance: The Club Flower.
Song: Mrs. Ketchum.
Piano: Mrs. Adkins, Gainesville.
Song: Mr. Lester Lucas.
Swedish folk dances by Miss Por
ter's class.
Informal reception.
Colonial minuet.
Saturdav is reciprocity day, and
the Woman's Club has invited the of officers
ficers officers of all other women's organiza organizations
tions organizations of Ocala and of the larger
towns in Marion county and. out of
town visitors to be its guests on this
occasion.
The meeting will be opened at 2:45
and club members and guests are re requested
quested requested to be prompt.
j
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 Fereuson,
Chairman Civilian Relief Committee,
American Red Cross, Ocala, Fla.
SEEDS! SEEDS! SEEDS!
Large supply of Pyles' and Gist's
seed corn best grown for this sec section.
tion. section. Also rice, guber and chufa seed.
Phone" 435.
tf OCALA SEED STORE.
If you want good wood and your
money's worth, call J. L. Smoak,
phone No. 146. 2Grn

VOL. 2G, NO. 76

MM BEDAilED
S I'lOH
Scared in His Dutch Retreat, the Ex Ex-Tyrant
Tyrant Ex-Tyrant May Make a Sneak
to Switzerland
(Associated Press)
- Geneva, March 27. William Ho Ho-henzollern,
henzollern, Ho-henzollern, the former German em emperor,
peror, emperor, has become alarmed by the re receipt
ceipt receipt of threatening letters and in intends
tends intends to- leave Holland, where he has
been since he fled,fro.m Germany, and
seek refuge in Switzerland, according
to the newspaper La Swisse.
ROM ONE OF OUR
MARION BOYS IN FRANCE
France. Feb. 19th. 1U19.
Dear Henry: I received your letter
yesterday and,. Oh! boy! 1 was glad
to hear from you. That was the first
time since I came to France. I wrote
you three or four times, and last De December
cember December I had a letter from Mayme,
telling me where you were, so I sent
you a letter to Miami. It chased you
all the way to Camp Gordon and gave
up the chase there and came ory back
to France and I got it last night. This
letter i3 for you all, so you can jread -it
at the supper table when you get
it.
I'm sure glad you are at home and
have your discharge. Did you "ever
get in Ufb guardhouse ? I'm sure you
didn't. I haven't yet. I don't know
when my ship will enter Brooklyn
harbor; hope it will be sometime soon,
as I'm anxious to see you all and tell
you what I know.
I just got back from Paris yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Went there on leave for three
days and believe me, I saw some won wonderful
derful wonderful sights. I haven't gotten mar married
ried married to any of the French girls yet,
but there is one near here that I go to
see quite often. She is real nice and
always gives me a good supper when
1 go there.
Well, old boy, you should have seen
me the first time I went into the lines.
I thought it was all up, but Provi Provi-3eric
3eric Provi-3eric filled differently .and I only
got a dose of gas that put me in the
hospital for over a month.; The first
place we went in the lines wasn't so
bad and we stayed there 21 days be before
fore before we came out to get replacement
troops and go in again We thought
we would get a fev days rest before
we went in again, but what did they
do but march us from -Thiecourt to
the. Argonife, a distance of over a
hundred miles. After we got there,
of course we were all tired out, for
we made about twenty mile3 every
night with our packs. We stopped two
days and waited for our reinforce reinforcements
ments reinforcements to come up. The day7 came
when we got orders to move forward
at 7 o'clock that night. I was with
Company I, 309th Infantry. We mov moved
ed moved into the lines and relieved Com Company
pany Company G, 305th Infantry of the 77th
division.. They were along the road
in a cut just outside the village
of St. Jauvin. Of course, they had dug
in, but not very good, for that was
their objective that day and they
hadn't been there but half a day. A
soon as they came out of the little
holes and started to the rear, we took
our place in the same holes. It was
raining (as usual in t ranee; and
about two or three inches of water
and mud in the holes; some place to
lie in all night, but if you are wise no
one has to tell you to get in a hole,
no matter what's in it. The Hun's
artillery was working like an Elgin
watch and lots of his shells came dan
gerously close to us. I put my shelter
half tent in the bottom of the hole
and my blanket over me; couldn't
sleep for it was raining in my face,
but I could lie there and rest. There
were three or four dead Germans
right near us. About four hours later
our captain came down the road and
told us to falL hrwith light packs,
emergency rations and entrenching
tools. We knew by that we were go going
ing going over after Fritzie. Company I
went first. We had a time getting
through the .barbed wire and had no
sooner got on our way across No
Man's Land than the Hun opened up
what seemed like a couple of hundred
machine guns. I didn't care so much
for the little bullets; it was the can
non that got my goat. We reached our
objective about 12 o'clock, but lots
of the boys never came back. We
got a good many prisoners and ma-,
chine guns and I and ten or twelve
more near me were gassed.
Boy, you may feel sorry you didn't
come to France, but I'm glad you
didn't. I can't begin to tell you all IVe
been through, but I am all right now
and tip the scales at 155.
Your brother, Wm. O. Parker,
Camp Hospital 3, A. E. F.
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 Iroa
Works Garage. Phone 4. 13-tf



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OCALA EVENING STAR
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If. II. Carroll, President
P. V. ke Ten good, Secretary -Treasurer
J. II. Ilenjamla, Editor

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pie have to do is to simply subtract 1915 appropriated $8,000,000 to inves-

an even hour by local time from the tigate ana promote animai industry,
schedules. We understand that the but, after much begging on the part
matter is to be discussed at the board of the great women of the nation,
of trade meeting this evening. managed to appropriate $165,000 for

child welfare work and tne mvestiga-

of affairs resulted, by reading a part

of Congressman Shaforth's speech in;

the- House of Representatives in which
ha ci J4 that "Tn pHnratinn in rulture

and in her home influence, the Colo- j J
rado woman (who has had the ballot ;

lor overxwenxy years; is surpasseu
by hone,' and her ideals are as lofty
and pure as her own glorious moun mountains,"
tains," mountains," and she also quoted from Rev.
Mr. Barnett, presiding elder of the
district, who said recently, "one has
only to live in a suffrage state as I
have lived in Colorado, to become

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The proposition to tax oranges two tion of the terribly high rate of in-

cents a box. in order to raise funds
to fight citrus ranker, meets the solid Congress of this nation values its

opposition of the orange growers. ; anunwinuusiry bduuv iori.y. wmw

Nobody likes to be taxed. But the mucn as it uo i tuuu iixc.
t Toim i reasonable She next quoted from the Interpar-

when it says: "We don't know much liamentary Union of London: "Colo-
I rado has the sanest, most humane and

had up at OrKndo, but it looks to us Progressive and scientific laws relat-j converted to woman rage.
uv0 L ot PvrhAn neonle are ing to the child to be found on anyjwifeand I are proud of the fact that

right. It is certainly worth to the statute books in the world." Judge;

grower two cents a box for two sea- en i.inasay oi ine laraous uo.urnuu
fn finish thft ioh of stammnf? out juvenile court, says that the women

the citrus canker, instead of putting of Colorado put them on the statute

a tax on the whole people for that tooKs oi tne state, ana insist upon

purpose, ine people nave paia $zo,-1 ""u...m

000 for this purpose, and it is not un- naa woman sunrage ior iwtHir'c
fair- that those directly interested years.

should furnish the balance needed." Miss Mays next showed xnac in a

democracy where government is de declared
clared declared to be "of the DeoDle. for the

A fast train service from Pans to L.oni- and bv the neonle" women

Southwestern Europe to replace th whft nn,W(,r evrv call to their coun-

famous Orient express was discussed trys service, must be allowed to ex-

at a receni meeting oi aipiomauc rep- eicise the rights of citizenshiD. else

resentatives of Great Britain, Bel- our democracy is no democracy at all,
gium, Switzerland, Italy, Serbia, Ru- but an extension of kaiserism, an
mania, Greece and France. The new evil doctrine that the world has just
route would run through the. Simplon poured out its best blood and the

lunnei ana Lilian, venice, innw, sacred treasures of its mind and soul
Agram and Belgrade. Later it would defeat. She quoted from the dec-

be continued to Bucharest and to lon- haration of independence: "All gov gov-stantinople.
stantinople. gov-stantinople. There is under consid- ernmeilt derives its just powers from

eration the question oi a suspension the consent of the governed." She

bridge across the tfosphorus at Con- sald that the women of America had

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The name of Mexico
changed to Annexico.

should be

Senator Calkins of Nassau county

speaks of the present state constitu

tion as a document that shackles

Florida to the past.

Old Porfirio Diaz used to keep the

Mexicans quiet by a threat oi an
American invasion. Mr. -Wilson put a
safety catch on the threat and took

it off of everything else.
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Italy is suffering more than any of
the other creat allied nations for

food and supplies; nevertheless, soon
after the armistice was signed the
. Italians sent' several trainloads of
supplies to the Austrians.

her vote to helped to put Woodrow

Wilson where he is today."

After the debate was over, Judge
McCollura called for a viva voce vote

of the; audience to decide the result.

The antis tried to make up in strength

of lungs what they lacked in numbers,

but it could easily be seen that at
least seventy-five per cent of the au audience
dience audience were for woman suffrage, and
the suffragists are well pleased with
the result.

stantinople, over which connection

would be made with the German-built

line to Bagdad.

won the right' to citizenship' by their

unanswering loyalty and patriotism,
that in every crisis of the nation,

southern women had been peculiarly

We are informed that the directors I loyal to their men, helping them to

of the board of trade at a meeting I get the freedom they craved, and to

this morning selected a secretary, I keeD that freedom from beinir taken

whose name they will present to the I away from -them. Then she asked if

board at its meeting this evening. If I the men of Florida were going to hu-

our information is correct, they have I miliate their women by refusing them
made a good choice, and we hope the I this justice, while the men of other

ooard-fWill confirm it.. The board is states were hastening to do honor to
practically helpless, without a secre- their women by conferring upon them
tary, but with a man who is capable the freedom that all intelligent hu hu-and
and hu-and interested in his work in that po- man beings crave. Miss Mays said

sition it can do a great deal of good I that the Florida 'women were tired of

for town and county.

DEPARTMEUT

EDITOR ISABEL STUART MAYS

. Center Hill, Fla.

being the Cinderellas of the nation,
and that if the Florida legislature
failed to pass a constitutional amend

ment enfranchising the women, or th
voters of Florida failed to ratify it,

then Florida women would have to
look to the men and women of the
North and West to enfranchise them
over the heads of Southern men, and
thus Florida men would lose -what

should be regarded as : the dearest

SHADY
Shady,- March 26. Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Blair enjoyed a visit from Mr.
Blair's mother and sisters, Saturday
and Sunday.
Mr. H. W. Douglas went to Cedar
Grove Tuesday in company with Mrs.
R. H. Redding, to set up a tombstone
to Mrs. Redding's brother
Mr. B. J. Wood came up from Lake
Weir and spent Saturday and Sun

day with his family; here..
Mrs. L. L. Horne, Leslie L. and
Raymond left Saturday for a visit to
relatives: at Fitzgerald, Ga.

The 1 Calvary school closed Friday

and Miss Sherwood, the teacher, re
turned to her home at Sparr Sunday.
Rev. R. Strickland will hold a busi

ress meeting at the church-Thursday

evening after prayer meeting. All
members. of this church are invited to

be present- Everybody welcome.

The farmers are all busy planting.

The truck is growing and looking

good. Mr. Jones and Mr. Barnes' are

going in for tomatoes.

George Leak and little sisters are
again going to Ocala to school after
two or three weeks' absence.
It is good to have some pretty days
again: We all feel cheerful and hope hopeful
ful hopeful and get about our work with en energy
ergy energy and go.

Benjamin says you "couldn't live
very long in Ocala for forty cents."
Yes, but you sure would get your
money's worth. Clearwater Sun,
Unless you were paying hack fare
at night from the union station.
The Germans announce that they
will stick to Mr. Wilson's fourteen
points in making peace. They did
not accept the points when first pre presented,
sented, presented, and since then many thou thousands
sands thousands of good American boys have
iost their lives.

If we didn't know the Tampa -Times
was incorruptible, we would be sure
that some enterprising haberdasher
had given its editor a new suit to
write the article, headed, "A Vote of
Thanks to the Man Who' Invented
Clothes." It's the Star's opinion that
clothes are a nuisance to wear and
an affliction to buy; or, as in the case
of most" newspaper men, get trusted
for."' v.

It is probable that Postmaster. Rog Rogers
ers Rogers proposition ; that -. the council
make the present' time the official
time for the city "will be heeded. A
number of business men are in favor
of doing this, and some members of

the council agree with them. It is
practically certain that the banks will
continue to open at their present
hours, as moving their, time up would
give their patrons little opportunity
to attend to business in the afternoon.
There will be no conflict with the
railroad time, as the trains are to be
moved forward an hour, and all peo-

.f MICKIE SAYS

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WIN TELL NNHO TO B.ETUR.M ElsN

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UP IN OWE. CORN&R

It will pay you to inspect the
Duroc Sows and Boars we offer
before buying. We own "ED'S
FANNY ORION," sired by
ORION CHERRY KING, and we
believe the highest priced sow
ever brought to Florida, a full
litter sister of the Grand Cham Champion
pion Champion of the United States, who
sold for $10,850.
We can supply you at reason reasonable
able reasonable prices with Hereford and
Shorthorn bulls, cows and calves,
all TICK-IMMUNE and ACCLIMATED.

Buy your Angora Goats from
us. We have two thousand Does
and the largest herd of register-'
ed Bucks in the South.'
We have Belgian and Perche
ron brood mares, bred to one of
the finest Spanish Jacks in Am America.
erica. America. .
Walkill Farms won highest
prizes, including President's Cup,
for cattle, hogs and horses at the
Florida State Fair.
There is an alarming shortage
of breeding animals and we
vise making your selection now.

FINE SPANISH JACK READY FOR SERVICE
The Walkill Stock Farms Company
Green Cove Springs, Florida

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Guarantee Every Peace of Work.
SECOND HAND TIRES BOUGHT AND SOLD
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In the heart oi the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room- Dinfnjr room service Is
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RATES From $1.50 per day pet person to ?5.

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" We shaii fiehtr for the tinngs

wbirh wp have alwavs carried nearest

our v heart for democracy, for tne nonor ana prvnege me ngni io en-

right of those who submit to author-1 franchise their own women.

lty to have a voice m their own gov- Finally, Miss Mays asked if the
ernment." Woodrow Wilson. f FWMn wofp tmnc to make

their women fieht them thru a long

Suffrage Debate at Bushnell an(j arjuous campaign for the very

FriHav PVPninp-. at the Bushnell nght tne 'women naa aireaay neipea

' lilt III UT I t

nnorn hnnto -TllHfTP T W 'WiVkPr and tne men to get. : cries oi "inoi xmoj

Miss Tsahel stnart Mavs. chamnioned were heard' in the hall, and the speak

the cause of woman suffrage against er sat down amiasta storm oi ap-

Mr. J. N. Wicker, representative for pmuse.
Sumter county The opera house was Then -Mr. J. N. Wicker spoke
crowded with people from all parts of against the measure.-. -He said that

thfl cmintv. Judfre McCollum nresid- the whole recora 01 woman in puonc

e(j line naa Deen one pi sname ana aeg-

- At; the, appointed time Miss Mays hadation. He held up tsther of Bible

nnpnprt th nrfiimpnt for the affirma- tame as a woman wnose aeceit ana

tivp. Sh first exnlained that the cruelty ana immorality wouia ae

Florida F.mial Suffrao-e Leatnie. which fame her to the end of the world. He

she represented, was in ho way con- mentioned Cleopatra as an -example
nected, with the militant suffragists of the degrading effect of public life
who bad' been causim? the disturbance '-:po nthe character of woman. He

at Washington, but. on the contrary, spoke of the struggle or the ureeKS

denounced these: women and their against the Persians as a struggle of

methods as unpatriotic, and probably the Greeks' "to preserve the true re re-tho
tho re-tho wni-v anti-snflrrno-ista in dis. ligion against idolatry' (!) and said

guise, who took this method to bring that the Greeks knew what tney were
discredit' on theearnest. ,hard-work- about J when : they denied women all

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ir-.- ummon tho ti t i ATi who wprK I Diiri in tne naiionai iixu. xxe sam uiai

QPPlfino- thp rights of citizenshiD bv Elizabeth of England was an usurpei

Iro-itimate" means I v. ho had no ; right to the English

Miss Mavs next showed that the throne that she 1 won for herself the

htifrahoo of. "the hejrro woman vote" title of the biggest liar m Christen

tW.; had heen used for sixtv vears to dom' and that she had Mary Queen

scare southern women away irom tneioi ocow cActuitu num-jcawus;.

ballot did not really exist; save in the next? held up Catherine the Great of

imagination of a certain class of men, Russia and proceedea to judge her hy
since statistics showed that the' num the moral standard of our present

Ver- of southern women women exceed times, but spoke well of Queen Vic

by more than a million the combined tona, dwelling upon the fact that she

streno-th of the male and female col- was i opposea m ner me time tauoui

ored voters. .That so far from en- thirty years ago to tne extension oi

dano-erincr white suDremacy in the suffrage 'to women.

South, the enfranchisement of women Mrl Wicker said that politics was

would strengthen this supremacy by "too rotten" for women to touch, that
over three million votes. the sex would become forever degrad-

Miss Mays, next disposed of the ed, in fact, as well as in the opmion of

contention of some ; that" woman suf- men, if they exercised the right of
frage is contrary to the Bible, by suffrage. He "prophesied dire things
reading from the fourth and fifth if the ballot was given to women; said

chapters of Judges, the story of De- the nation wouia go to destruction in
borah. the nroDhetess. who judged one hundred and fifty years, if it was

the "children of Israel" for forty done. He said that Bryan and Roose-

vears. and led their armies to battle, velt had only espoused the cause ol

The next point made by this speak- suffrage as a political move, not be-

er was the success of many leaders in cause tney oeuevea max. it was ngntj

government who were women. She 1 he insinuated that the same reason

mentioned various queens of former lay at the bottom of Wilson's support

davs. esDeciallv Elizabeth of Eng-of the cause.

land. Catharine the Great of Russia! Then J udge Wicker followed with

Victoria of England,' all of whom an exceedingly clever an dinteresting
made their countries respected and talk 'for woman suffrage, and called
DrosDerous. She discussed the work attention to many practical reasons

of Joan of Arc for France. for suffrage. Pe discussed his rea-

Of home .being "woman's sphere," sons' for believing that woman was
Miss Mays said no one could get up the very highest order of creation
an argument with her. on that ques- the last and best of the Creator's
tion, since she believed not only that handiwork", last at the Cross, first at
home was woman's sphere, but also the Tomb, and foremost in all good
that it was the, greatest, most honor- work for the benefit and uplift of the
able sphere of usefulness, the most human race. He said that it was high
far-reaching and permanent in its in- time that the government of our na na-fluence
fluence na-fluence on the development of the tion included the woman's point of
human race, and, because she believed view that it would be a great day for

this, she wanted women to have every our state when the good women oi
mental and moial" strength supple- this state went to the polls to regis regis-mented
mented regis-mented by full political power, in ter their wishes as to what the law
order that they might do their work should be, and who should execute the

fc in it it ti.S Cv. -i '.-i-1 .V J fc-XV; !. t J 5 I f ,vx ltf-f I

Youngsters just yearn for Orange-Crush: From school
or-play every day the httle tots come tumbling in
for -'Some- -n good".

MICKY IS TOE STAR'S DEVIL

with the greatest possible efficiency.

She gave statistics to prove that in
suffrage countries like Australia,
where women had had suffrage ; for
many years, the best set of laws con concerning
cerning concerning child welfare existed, where whereas
as whereas in our own country. Congress in

law, and that only a very low -order
of men would seek to discredit her for
so doing."
Miss Mays then took five minutes
to ; refute Representative Wicker's
statement that wherever women took
part in government, a shameful state

There is nothing so.good, so nour nourishing
ishing nourishing and healthful for growing
girls and hoys as Orange-Crush.
And you'll find it splendidly sat satisfying
isfying satisfying too. Drink a bottle with
the children the next time they
come in and watch the smiles go
round. Pure as a full-ripe orange,
yet more delicious.
6 cents the bottle.
Ocala1 Coca Cola

Order a case of Orange-Crush to today.
day. today. 1 1 s obtainable wherever
soft drinks are served.
We bottle Orange-Crush in strict
conformity with the most rigid
sanitary requirements and give give-our
our give-our personal pledge that it is jab-,
solutely pue.
Less by the case.

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OCALA EVENING STAB, 1 HUES DAT, MAECH 27, 1919

VULCANIZING
cw Business New Machinery New Methods
Pay us a call and see samples of our repair repair-:
: repair-: work. Themethod used by us eliminates the
big white patch oa your casings and is guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed tor the life of the tire. -Gasoline,
Oii and Air at ihe Curb.
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Ocala, Florida.

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Real vs. False Economy
At This Time

Resist the mental suggestion to curtail your regular taking of ice
until "ihe weather turns warm again." Your refrigerator is going
nicely now; it is well chilled and it is doinjr full duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER. v
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it fAay sulk on you all the
remainder of the season.

OCALA ICE AND PACKING COMPANY

OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any society items,

please phone One-Two-One (121).
Judge D. S. Williams is out of town
for a few days.

There will be a regular monthly
meeting of the library board at the

library tonight at 8 o'clock.

Kelly's Odorless Dye for old and

faded shoes. Little's Shoe Parlor. 6t

P. O. BOX 606

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LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS,
CIRCULARS, FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETS, ETC.
' WK NEVER DISAPOINT A CUSTOMER ON A
PROMISE. YOU GET THE JOB WHEN ITS DUE

Mr Arthur Clark of Jacksonville,
who spent a few hours in Ocala yes

terday, en route for Lake Weir, will

spend a few days there with his par

ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clark.
Lieut. Commander : Robert Alleit

Burford left today after a brief stay

in Ocala for Atlanta, where he with
his5 family will '- make t their future
home. We are glad they will stay so
near Ocala.

Butternut bread has now returned

to its old time flavor. The war is over

and we do not have to use any substi substitutes
tutes substitutes in its manufacture. Carter's
Bakery. 13-tf
Among those who expect to attend
the meeting of the Grand Chapter,
O. E. S., which will be held in Tampa
next Tuesday, ; are Mri. F. G. B.
Weihe, Mrs. Lewis Yonce and Mrs.
Bradford Webb of .Kendrick.
Miss Mary Burford is expecting to
ritend grand: opera fin Atlanta. While
in the city she will "be the guest of
her brother, Mr. R. A. Burford Jr. and
family. Miss Agnes Burford; who is
attending Randolph-Macon College in
Lynchburg, :Va;will meet her sister
in Atlanta and spend her Easter hol holidays
idays holidays there.
The Colonial hotel desires the serv services
ices services of two' white waitresses at once.
Apply-at hotel 2t

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The lower the: grade ofgd& the
easier it is for a Mot Spot
Ghalffiers
THE great engineers of the automobile industry
are discussing nowadays the low grade gas situa -tion
more often than the number of cylinders "a
car should have.
Not long ago one of them said that automobile
engines would have to be redesigned to use the inferior
gas of today.
This the Chalmers engineers did when they built
into the great Chalmers engine the now famous Hot Hot-Spot
Spot Hot-Spot and Ram's-horn manifold. w
These two devices convert lov grade gas into high
power.
For any engineer will tell you there fare more
thermal units or power in a gallon of low grade kero kerosene
sene kerosene gas than there is in a high test gas.
The Hot Spot puts the gas in shape for power re results.
sults. results. It breaks up into tiny vapor molecules the gas gas-so
so gas-so fine that it really become? "dry".
Then the Rams-horn drives it to the cylinders by
the quickest route ever devised and when the explosions
come there is so little power to escape through the ex

haust as to be well nigheghgible.
One short ride in a present day Chal Chalmers
mers Chalmers will tell you the story far more
eloquently than the English language can

express it. Qzstt&Fim
R. R. CARROLL
Ocala, Dealer Florida:

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CHURCH CALENDAR

The ministers of the city have met
in council and decided to change their
hours of meeting so as to meet day daylight
light daylight saving time, which begins next
Monday morning, about half way.
They announce meeting hours as fol follows:
lows: follows: Sunday school, 10 a. m. m.-Morning
Morning m.-Morning service, 11:30 a. m.
Evening service," 8:45 p. m.
Prayer meetings, Wednesday eve evenings
nings evenings at 8:45.
This schedule will go into effect
next week, not this.
Yesterday afternoon was the regu regular
lar regular open day-at the1 -Woman's Club.
Quite a number of visitors were pres present,
ent, present, and three new families who have
moved to Ocala were represented.' The
afternoon was pleasantly spent and
games 'and 'conversation indulged in.
The guests were delighted with- a
musical-program.-: Mrs. Lester Lucas
gave several "piano: selections, Mrs.
Ketchum sang, accompanying herself
on the 2ither," and Mrs. Bradford
Webb gave several readings, 'all of
which were thoroughly enjoyed. Dur During
ing During the afternoon : two committee
meetings were held and one commit committee
tee committee held a cake and candy sale. These
pleasant 'afternoons have -proved : so
successful' the custom will be con continued
tinued continued until the end! of the club year
Next year it is expected that this will
be made' a regular feature of the club
work, all jommittees doing their
share.

FRESH JUST IN

We guarantee to do your automobile-repair
work cheaper than any
other garage in town and guarantee
satisfaction on top of r this. What
more need we say? Ocala- Iron Works
Garage;-- 13-tf
Marshal :' Bouvier has been granted
an honorable discharge : from the navy
and is leaving Base 6, Long Island,
where he has been stationed for some
time. Mrs. Bouvier will meet him in
Jacksonville Tuesday, which happens
to be her son's twenty-first birthday.
Marshal, as soon as he reaches home,
will resume his work in his father's
automobile, garage and! having been

already a skilled mechanic, his naval

training in engine and electrical work
on the subsi fits him even better-for
his duties, which he will take up here,

after having -done hit bit for his

country.'

Ihe animal protection committee of
the Woman's Club held a sale "of
home-made cakes and candy at the
Woman's Club 'yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe is chairman of
this committee and to her is due all
the credit for the success of the sale.
All kinds of home-made cakes ana

candies were temptingly displayed

and eagerly purchased. The table
was profusely decorated with' roses
and wisteria. The sale was very suc successful
cessful successful and "a neat. sum was realized
for this committee.-

Kelly's "White-Right-OffM for nu nu-buck
buck nu-buck and 4 canvas shoes: Little's Shoe
Parlor, Commercial Bank block. 18-6t
. Friends of the family will be glad
to know 1 that a telegram has been
received from Mr. Robert Sanders,
stating that v Mrs. Sanders stood the
trip very nicely to Atlanta. Mr. and

Mrs.' Sanders, -accompanied byr a

nurses Miss' Josephine :t Williams, left
Tuesday ? for ; Atlanta,- where Mrs.

Sanders-, will be placed in a sanitar sanitarium
ium sanitarium for medical treatment and her

friends hope the change will enable

her to. make a speedy-recovery. Mr.
Sanders is expected home today."

We. have a limited supply of Velvet
Beans -for tale. Bettei buy now, ai
Ley ae scarce. Smith' Grocery Co. tf

Here Is a stock Uiat will do justice to a city.
Look this list over, check the items you want : and
phone or send us your order.

Premier Salad. Dressing 40c
Small Bottle Premier 17c
Royal Mayonnaise 35c and 60c
Chop Suey Sauce 75c
Chop Suey 35c
Glace Angelique, lb :....$1.00
Glace Cherries, package 30c
Glace Assorted Fruit, lb $1.00
Glace Pineapple, lb $1.00
Brands' A-l Sauce 35c
Tobasco Sauce 50c
Beefsteak Sauce 30c
Mushroom Ketchup "..40c
Walnut Ketchup ...35c
Kitchen Bouquet 35c
Liquid Rennet- 20c
Junket Tablets ....12c
Mint Sauce 25c
Preserved Ginger, glass 25c
Crystallized Ginger 37c
Mexene Chili -Powder . .15c and 30c
Hot Ta males, tin :20c
Chili Con Carne. ....... .15c and 30c
Artichokes, No. 2 tins 35c
Puree of Tomatoes 10c
N. Y. Full Cream Cheese, lb 50c
American Swiss, lb. 60c

Here,' yon will tind as
ceries as you can locate

look at our store. It will do you good.

Brick Cheese, lb. ". 60c
Edam Cheese, each $2.03
Pineapple Cheese, each $1.25
Philadelphia Cream Chese 20c
Imported Roquefort, lb. $1.80
Olive Sauce, Russian Dressing. .40c
East India Chutney ...,70c
Walnut Meats, lb $1.20
Pecan Meats, lb. .$1.50
Valencia Shelled Almonds, lb 70c
Jordan Shelled Almonds, lb 90c
Pride of Sea Mackerel, in
five-pound tins $2.00
Round Shore Herring, lb 12c
Salt Ocean Whiting, heads off, lb. 12c
Fat, Juicy Mackerel ." 20c
5-lb. Kita Fancy Mackerel, 20-
ounce Fish, kit $1.85
Holland Style Herring, each 5c
6a It Mullet, pound 20c
Marine Herring, lb 25c
Finnan Haddie, in glass.. 45c
An tip as to in glass and
Hots D'Ouevre, glass 60c
Carbonated Apple Juice, qt.. 60c
Pure Apple Juice, qU 45c
Grape juice, pint 40c
Grapejuice, qt. 65c
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: that you want, don't pass us by.
If you want a firstclass Hair Tonic
we have all the much-advertised
kinds and some besides.
We will save you money and give you quality
on any need you may have in our lines

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of vastly more importaned thaa out
side i'cleazillness,' because'; tho akin
pores' do not absorb1 lmpurlUd 'Into
the blood, causing III health, while the
pores In the ? ten yards- of bowels do.
Hen' and women are 5 urged rto drink
each 'mornlns, O before breakfast a
glass' of hot water with a teaspoonfol
of : limestone phosphate In It, as a
harmless means rof helping to wash
from the stomach, llTer, kidneys- and
bowels the preylons day's Indigestible
material,' poisons, sour bile and toxins;
thus cleansing, sweetening &ad t pnrl pnrl-tying
tying pnrl-tying the entire alimentary- canal be before
fore before putting more food into the stom stomach.
ach. stomach. Just as soap and hot water cleanse
and freshen the skin, eo hot water and
limestone 'phosphate act on the ellxn ellxn-lnatlre
lnatlre ellxn-lnatlre organs.
Those who wake np with bad breathy
coated tongue, nasty taste or hare a
dull, aching head, sallow complexion,
acid stomach; others who are subject
to bilious attacks 'or constipation,
should obtain a quarter pound of lime limestone
stone limestone phosphate at the drug store.
This will coat rery- little but Is infl infl-cient
cient infl-cient to demonstrate the Talue or In Inside
side Inside bathing.' Those who continue It
each morning are assured cf pro pronounced
nounced pronounced results both in rcsard to
health and appearance.'

E. Co JOMPAM CO.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
AUTIPJ HEARSE SERVICE
We deliver caskets fre" anywhere in the county.
Calls promptly answered night or day.
WliBUR C. SMITH SASI R. PYLES, JR.
LICENSED EHSBALMER5.
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OCA LA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, 31 ARC II 27, 1919

AUTOMOBILE
INSURANCE

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Gary Block
Ocala -

LATEST LOCALS

Miss Kirkby, who has been ill for
the past week, is much better and able
to be up and around the house.
We have a limited supply of Velvet
Beans for sale. Better buy now, as
they are .scarce. Smith Grocery Co. tf

Attend the board of trade meeting
!nrr moot vmir speretarv.

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Z and bring the coin to pay. your dues.

Fla

An enemy suspected
is half conauered: do

X you think your eyes

are failing?

Dr. K. J. Weihe,
Eyesight Specialist
Graduate Optometrist
With Weihe Co., Jewelers, Ocala, Fla.

ED11 vsii Mots!

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
100 Room. SO Batha
Opposite po3tof flee. All modern Im Improvements,
provements, Improvements, elevator, telephone ser service.
vice. service. Rates without bath, 91 and up;
with bath, $1.50 per person.
l W. 3 JONES, Mgr.

The war is over and we are now
using no substitutes in our famous
Butternut bread. Carter's Bakery, tf
After a pleasant visit to her sister,
Mrs. H. W. Tucker, Miss Lois Dame
has returned to her home in Lakeland.

Everybody who comes into or leaves
town over the Gainesville road ad admires
mires admires the handsome arch, just this
side of the Coast Line crossing. It is
like one of the Marion County Fair
arches put up in the city a number
of years ago, but is larger, better
looking and more substantial. It calls
attention to Silver Springs and other
attractions, and was erected on the
order of Mr. Ed CarmichaeL who we
understand will have two more arches
built in advantageous' places in the
city. The work is being done by. that
clever constructor and artistic paint painter,
er, painter, James G. Swaim.

EAT AT THE
GREEK-AMERICAII CAFE

A la CARTE SERVICE j
Everything in the Market
Best liornc Cooking ;
Quick Service ;
C Jelfers 1 p :
H. D. Baxter V F ;
' Phone 272 J
114 S. Magnolia St., Next to J
Clarkson Hardware- Store.

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to .the nerves

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Instant

POSTUM
instead of coffee.

The Ocala Iron Works Garage is at
your service any time night or day.
Your patronage is solicited, no mat matter
ter matter how email or how large your job
might be. 13-tf
Mrs. Vernon Upham of New York
city, who has been visiting at the
home of her brother. Mr. L. M. Mur

ray, expects to leave Monday for her

home.
The Colonial hotel desires the serv services
ices services of two white waitresses at once.
Apply at hotel. 2t
Mrs. George Ford of Jacksonville,
after a three weeks' visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weath Weathers,
ers, Weathers, returned to her home yesterday
afternoon.
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. 21-
Mrs.' J. R. Preer and son, J. R.
Preer Jr., have gone to Montgomery,
for the benefit of the little boy, who
has been ill for weeks. Their friends

hope he will soon improve.

Kellv's white "Heel Edge" enamel

for the soles and heels of white shoes.

Little's Shoe Parlor. 18-6t

The Commercial Bank's new move,

in keen onen until 7 o'clock Saturday

evening, was highly appreciated by u

number of its patrons last weeK ana

is certain to grow in favor.

Mr. Automobile Owner, look at this:

Carbon burned out of four cylinders
fcr $3; six cylinders, $4, at the Ocala
Iron Works Garage. 13-tf

Mrs. Lester Marsh arrived home

yesterday after a very pleasant visit
in 'the" southern part of the state. She
is at the home of Mrs. and Mrs.

Robert Marsh on South Second street.

SAlT FISH

DIRECT FROM OUR MSI1ING
BOATS TO YOU!

Delicious fresh caught Dry
Salt Fish direct to the consumer
prepaid parcel post ocexpress
15 lbs. for $2.00
Special price on barrel lots
TBE ST. GEORGE
PACKING CO.
St. George on the Gulf
Apalachicota, Florida

NEW FRUIT STAND

j(Next to Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store)

FANCY FRUITS
FRESfl VEGETABLES
AND GROCERIES
All Prices Reduced
PO0NE 389 SAVOY CAFE

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Life
Was a
Misery

Mrs. F. M. Jones, c!
Palmer, Okla.,-writes:
"From the time I en entered
tered entered into womanhood
. I looked with dread
' from one month to the
next. I suffered with my
back and bearing-down
pain, until life to me was was-a
a was-a misery. I would think
1 could not endure the
pain any longer, and I
gradually got worse.,
Nothing seemed to bdp
me until, one day,
I decided to
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TAKE

The handsome metal tablet, dis distinguishing
tinguishing distinguishing the collection of books
presented to the library association
by Dr. D. M. Smith, in honor of his
lamented wife, has been mounted in
its place in the library, and will re remain
main remain there many years in memory of
one who was a devoted friend to the
institution and, also an excellent
judge of its "needs. The library now
has 5172 books. It had 2012 when its
doors opened. It is not only a great
help and luxury to our own people
but it highly appreciated by the visi visitors
tors visitors to the city.

Liberal donations of clothes are be

ing made to the Red Cross for the

people of the devastated countries of

Europe and Asia. A big stack has

been piled up in the, old Postomce

Drugstore room, where Mrs. F. W.

Cook, aided by other Red Cross work

ers, are receiving the needed gar-1

ments.

Mrs. Herbert Ford and her sister,
Miss Emily Stotesbury, left yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon for Maoon, to make

the acquaintance of a new member of
their family, the baby daughter of

Mr. and Mrs.' R. T. Birdsey of that

city. Mrs. Birdsey before her mar marriage
riage marriage was Miss Emily Ford of Ocala.

Shaving brushes, all seV in hard
rubber. We have a nice line to select
from. Prices from 50 cents to $5 each.

Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 21- 1

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ditto and Mrs. j
W. H. Hiter of Versailles, Ky., whoj
spent the winter in Ocala, came to St. j

Petersburg yesterday in Mr. Ditto's
car to make a visit of a few days be before
fore before leaving for Kentucky. They are

guests at the Deerneld. St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg Independent.

Tom Mix is one of the best Wild

Westers of the movie drama, as he

proved again in "Treat 'Em Rough

at the Temple last night. It was a

live picture all the way thru. Pretty

and clever Elsie Ferguson will shine
asx the star in "The Danger Mark"j

this evening.

Ocalans who expect to spend a por portion
tion portion of the coming summer season in
the North Carolina mountains should
make their reservations at once for
the Haywood White Sulphur Springs

Hotel, Waynesville. This is one oi

the most beautiful spots in the North
Carolina mountains, and the rates

will be exceptionally low. See Mrs. J.

L. Morgan at the Ocala House, or

phone 52. 26-tf

Mr. Chas. J. Leitner, who with his
family is now living at Kest West,

renews his subscription to the Star
and sends best wishes tohis Marion
county friends. He is doing well in
Key West, but has lost none of his

love for his old home.

ANNOUNCEMENT
Of Change of Ownership of the
Marion Hardware Company
ill!

We wish to announce to the public that the Mar Marion
ion Marion Hardware has passed into new hands.
The entire stock owned by Mr. P. H. Nugent, and
others has been purchased by Messers W. P. Preer, Dr
E. G. Peek, Thurston P. Drake, J. M. Thomas, L. W.
Duval, F. H. Logan, T. I. Arnold, and Geo.' D. Pasteur
of Anthony.
It shall be our aim to carry the most complete stock
of Hardware, Agricultural Impl ments, Building Mater,
il, Mill and Mining supplies, to be found anywhere in
the State.
N We solicit the continuance of the patronage of the
people in Central Florida, and propose to merit this
patronage with quality goods, fair prices, and the best

iU! nnssih p. serving ohtairmh m.

OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS :
Dr. E. G. Peek, President. W, P. Preer, V, Pres. & Gen Mgr.
J. M. Thomas, Sec. & Treas.
Thurston.P. Drake George D. Pasteur
'E.H.Logan- C. F. Flippen

MOSS BLUFF

Atlantic Motel
liny aud Hogaa Sis. Jacksonville, Fla.
All railroad ticket offices Ln building,
tenter of everything. All modern im improvements.
provements. improvements. Fitst 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.

lelr :& Paelay
UBERTMERS and EMBAIMERS
1 PHONES 47. 104. 385
OCALI, FLORIDA -.

The

Woman's Tonic

Mrs. Fred G. B. Weihe wishes 'to

I thank all those who so srenerously

contributed and assisted the sale

held by the animal protection commit committee
tee committee at the Woman's Glub yesterday,

and helped to make it a success.

W. K. Lane. M. D Physician and

Sureeon. specialist Eye. Ear, Nose and

Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,

Florida- .tf

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PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Honey than any other
contractor tn the city.

"I took four bottles,'

Mrs. Jones goes on to
say, "and was not only
greatly relieved, but can
truthfully say that I have
not a pain. .
"It has now been two
years since I took Card ui,
and I am still in good
health, . I would ad ad-,vise
,vise ad-,vise any woman or girl
to use Cardui who is a
sufferer from any female
trouble."
If you suffer pain caused
from womanly trouble, or
if you feel the need of a
good strengthening tonic
to build up y ourrun-down
system, take the advice
of Mrs. Jones. Try Car Cardui.
dui. Cardui. It helped her. We
believe it will help you.
All Druggists
J.68

Miss Dorothy Webber, who has

been acting as operator for the Pos-

tal at Winter Garden during the tour

ist season, has returned home and re re-sumed
sumed re-sumed her former position with the

Postal here.

The friends of Mrs. Christian Ax

and her mother, Mrs. Keidel, will be
glad to know that Mrs. Keidel is very

much improved. Mrs. Ax and Miss
Adela Ax were called to Baltimore

on account of Mrs. KeideFs illness.

RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival atiH "Dpnarture of nassensrer

trains at OCALA UNION STATION.

The following schedule figures pub

lished as information and not guar-

(Eastern Standard Time)

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Leave Arrive
2:50 am. J'cksonvllle-NewYorX 2:50 am.
1:56 pm. Jacksonville 3:25 pm.

4:07 pm. Jacksonville. 5:10 p.m

i Tampa 1
Manatee v 2:50 am.
St. Petersburg )

J:23pm. Tampa-Manatee 1:41pm.

5:10 pm. Tampa-St Petersburg: 4:07 pm.

ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD

Moss Bluff. March 26. Mr. and

Mrs. John Smith and youngest daugh

ter of Weirsdale were Sundayvisitors
at the home of Mr. and Ma. H. P.

Griggs.

Miss Daisy Batton has been visit

ing her cousin, Miss Martha Fort, for
a couDle of weeks. She returned to

her home at Brooksville Wednesday.

Miss Annie Sellers returned home

Saturday after spending a few weeks

with her relatives at Brooksville.

Rev. Colson of Cornell filled hi

regular appointment Sunday morning

and evening at the Christian cnurcn.
Quite a large crowd was out to hear
him.

Misses Maereie and Elsie Smith and

Mr. Birdie Smith of Weirsdale spent
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mn.

A. W. Fort.

Messrs. John Martin, Dan Fort

and Raymond Wheeler visited the

county seat Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hayes of Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania are visiting their brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
White.

Mr. and Mrs. Griffin Folks and chile

dren were visiting here Sunday.

Miss May Mason of Brooksville is
visiting her cousin, Miss Annie Sel-

lars. i

Messrs. Jim and Sidney Fort of

Ocala were here Sunday.

Mrs. Jim Martin has returned home

after spending several weeks with
relaties.

Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Caldwell of

Electra were Sunday callers at the

home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Griggs.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Snell of Okla-

waha were guests of Mr. and Mrs.

Oliver Fort Sunday.

FRESH GARDEN SEEDS

Lot us quoto you pricos
-jon a r.lonumont or Hoad Hoad-stono
stono Hoad-stono to mark tho last rest resting
ing resting placo of your loved
onost
f.lARBLE OR GRANITE.
QCALATMRBLE WORKS
E. W. LEAVEN GOOD, Mgr.
N. Magnolia St.
' OCALA, FLORIDA.

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. UNCLASSIFIED ADVERT1SMTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES: Six line maximum, one time 25c; three times 50c; six
times 75c; -one month $3. Payable in advance.

FOR SALE Hand sewing machine,
practically as good as new. Cheap
for cash or on easy terms. Apply at
Stan office. 27-t

Leave Arrive

2tl2pm J'cksonvllle-New York 3:15 am.

2:20 pm. J'ksonvllle-G'inesvllle 3:35 pm.
8:42 am! J'ksonville-G'nesvllle 10:13 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pet'sbrs-Lakeland 2:12 am.
3:35 pm. St. Pet'abrgr-Lakeland 2:00 pm.
7:10 am. Dunnellon-TVllcox
7.40 am. Du'nellon-Ikeland 11:03 pm.
3;25pm. : Homosassa 1:45 pm.
10:13 pm. Leesburg: 6:42 am.
4-45 pm. Gainesville 11:50am.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

All kinds of FRESH garden seeds

in any quantity. Ocala Seed Store,

phone 435. tf

Remember you get quality service

at quantity price at the Ocala Iron

Works Garage. 12-tf

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 Potter, N. G.
J. D. McCaskill. Secretary.

WANTED When you have light,
heavy or long distance hauling, call
the Maxwell Transfer Co.. phone 376.
L. E. Yonce, Ocala, Fla. 27-m
WANTED All kinds of. second hand
furniture, guns, beds, etc. Notify me

and I will send for them. J. W. Hun Hunter,
ter, Hunter, Gunsmith, South Main St. tf

WANTED Carrier boy. Must have
bicycle. Apply at Star office. tf

FOR SALE Remington typewriter;
per feet condition. For ter-ns call and
examine, 613 Oklawaha avenue. 24-6t
FOR SALE Six second-hand Fords.
They are real bargains; come and
leck at them. Auto Sales Company,
Mack Taylor. 22-6t

Peptorfa Tonic.

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Uae he unclassified ads. It pays.
Peptona. tf

HOUSE FOR RENT Four rooms
and bath; gas and electric lightf; all
modern improvements. Apply to Mrs.
T. H. Wallis. 603 E. 2nd St.. 22-t

SELFISH No-, not at all, but we do

FOR SALE Small cottage on North
Magnolia street. House and three
lots in Linwood Park. Apply to David
S. Welch. 25-tf
FOR SALE CHEAP Two Buick
touring cars; new tires and new tops;
price $200 each. Auto Sales Company,

Mack Taylor. 22-Ct

WANTED To buy a good, gentle, all
around horse. Must be good under
saddle; weight 900 to 1000 pounds.
State price. Mrs. M. A. Gunter. Bur Bur-bank,
bank, Bur-bank, Fla. 26-3t

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

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

Colorite hat dye, Rit soap,"dye,Dia-

want to take your next suit order. M. j mond and Putnam dyes, all shades, at

Fishel & Son.

27-thurs

j the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 21-

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