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OGALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MABGH 31, 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 79
,1 v V ' N N
AN EXTRA-LARGE ATTENDANCE
OF THE FLORIDA CHOPPERS
AT THE HEAD CAMP MEETING
OcaLa feels honored at having beei
selected as the place for holding th
1919 head camp meeting of Jthe Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, jurisdiction, Woodmen of the
World, as it has brought to our city
about five hundred oil the very best
citizens of the state for the coming
three days' session of the head camp
and also the Woodman Circle, the la ladies'
dies' ladies' auxiliary of the order.
As early as Saturday the advance
guard of the organization began to
arrive in the city, it being necessary
for several of the standing" commit committees
tees committees to get together and arrange their
work for the session which began this
Each incoming train on all rail railroads
roads railroads Saturday night and Sunday
brought great numbers of delegates,
and the work of placing them at the
hotels, boarding houses and in many
instances at private residences was
taken up by the local committee from
Fort King Camp No. 14. : So far as
we have learned everything passed off
pleasantly and all are now comfort comfortably
ably comfortably located and ready for the busi business
ness business which brought "this desirable
crowd of visitors to the city.
The Ocala meeting has been hon hon-f
f hon-f ored beyond the ordinary one of head
camps in that four of; the sovereign
head "camp officers are present and
will give their assistance at the bus business
iness business sessions. They are Sovereign
Commander W. A. Fraser of Omaha,
Neb.; Col. DeE. Bradshaw, general
attorney of the order, Omaha, Neb.;
, Col. B. 'W. Jewell, sovereign adviser, adviser,-Omaha,
Omaha, adviser,-Omaha, Neb., and Sovereign Watch Watchman
man Watchman C. D. Mills of Jacksonville, Fla.
A GREAT ORDER
The meeting of the Woodmen here
is representative of more people "than
any meeting held in Ocala since the
state democratic convention was held
; here in the late eighties. The Wood Woodmen"
men" Woodmen" have the largest membership of
any fraternal order in Florida. They
have, in fact, the largest membership
among the fraternal insurance orders
in the world. They stand third in
membership among the fraternal
crders of America, only the Masons
and Odd Fellows exceeding them in
number. The order is well estab established
lished established and rapidly growing. Up to
the time it was organized, fraternal
insurance seemed impossible. Several!
oraers naa oeen esxDiisnea ana euner
gone to "pieces or had to raise their
rates to an unreasonable amount. The
founders of the Woodmen profited by
the mistakes of their predecessors
and struck the happy medium between
old-line, high-price insurance, and the
lowrate Y fraternal insurance that
wouldn't pay, insurance. .The order
is particularly attractive, to men
of moderate means, who want tht
social fraternity of a lodge as well
as the protection of insurance.
The Woodmen have always been
100 per cent patriotic. In the Spanish Spanish-American
American Spanish-American war and the great war,
they backed up .their members who
Went into the service. While other
orders were raising rates on men who
went in the army or navy, they made
a slight raise on the entire member membership,
ship, membership, and we do not believe that any
camp far the United States has allow allowed
ed allowed a brother who was serving with the
colors to get into bad standing.
At 10 o'clock this morning, the
Temple theater ."was' well filled with
Woodmen and their friends. The wel welcome
come welcome address by Consul Commander
Stripling of Fort King Camp was as
Mr. Chairman, Sovereigns of Wood Woodcraft,
craft, Woodcraft, Ladies and Gentlemen: As
consul commander of Fort King
Camp No. 14, it is not only my priv
ilege but my pleasure to welcome the
sovereigns of this grand and noble
order into our forest, and turn over
to you the keys of friendship, free freedom
dom freedom and liberty and bid you welcome
to all its privileges.
The principles of our order are
founded on the high standard of char-
acter which cement us who are now
associated with the order together.
The good influence wherever Wood-
praft is established has been instru-
mental in bringing, others into our
nrt A ini'ntnff in tVia ninaeeinn
following every good soverign to his
last resting place.,
It "is up to you and up to me, my
good soverigns, to throw put the life
Jine that will make it possible to
Of the 3Iexican Government Why
Concessions Have Been Made to
Japanese in Lower California
Washington, March 31. The Am American
erican American embassy at Mexico City was
instructed today to inquire concerning
the report that the Mexican govern government
ment government has granted agricultural con
cessions to the Japanese in Lower
California and report the facts as
soon as possible.
bring about the' good results for
vhich we ar6 now working, and to
show to the world that we are not
only alive and faithful to the members
of Woodcraft, but that we are a unit united
ed united brotherhood for the uplifting of all
And now, dear friends, when death
At once we must depart.
And there we hope to meet them all
And never, never part.
Then let us love and serve one an another,
other, another, With all our useful power,
For we shall gain that great reward,
And the glory shall be ours.
The program as printed in Satur Saturday's
day's Saturday's Star was' carried out. Master
of Ceremonies Jake Brown introduced
the Woodmen, and Mrs. McDonald the
All the speakers were listened to
throughout with the most profound
attention by the audience, composed
of the delegates and Marion county
people. Over two hours were con consumed
sumed consumed in the program, but no one
seemed to tire, as every minute was
an interesting one.
Both the Woodmen and Circle offic official
ial official meetings began at 2 o'clock this
The Jacksonville drill team of the
Woodmen's Circle will put on the de degree
gree degree work at the circle headquarters
WITH HIS JAW
Z "A (Associated Press)- 1 :
St; Louis, March "31.- A federal
warrant has been issued for the ar arrest
rest arrest of Sergeant Henry Johnson, ne negro
gro negro war hero of Albany, N. Y., on
complaint of. returned white war
heroes who declared Johnson had dis disparaged
paraged disparaged their valor in an address here
Friday night. The warrant is based
on the technical charge of wearing
the uniform after a prescribed time.
Johnson is said to have declared the
whites were cowards, that they re retreated
treated retreated in the face of enemy fire,
that the marines refused to fight in
the same trenches with the blacks,
and that the war was won by-the ne negroes.
groes. negroes. Deputy marshals deferred
Johnson's arrest when he promised to
retract the charges in a formal state statement.
ment. statement. CASPAR KNOBLE HAS
CASHED HIS CHECKS
Johnson City, Tenn., March 31.
Casper Knoble, a civil war veteran
and credited with the capture of Pres President
ident President Jefferson Davis at the close of
the war, died at his home here today.
CALLISHAW WILL ENTER-
OCEAN FLIGHT CONTEST
Halifax, March 31. Col. Ray Cal Cal-lishaw,
lishaw, Cal-lishaw, a Canadian aviator, sailed for
England today to bring back an air
plane to enter the trans-Atlantic con.
JL JL A 1 -T-l 11 1 -
test. jou amsnaw win attempt a
night from Newfoundland, in May.
NOTICE TO WOODMEN
All those whose applications for
membership in the Woodmen of the
World have been passed on favorably
and have been examined by the ex
amining physical, are requested to
-w wv. VW.W' V W J
April 1st. W. W. Stripling, a C.
C. K. Sage, Clerk.
SEEDS I SEEDS SEEDS
Large supply of PylesVand Gist's
seed corn best grown for this section.-
Also rice, guber and chufa seed.
tf OCALA SEED STORE.
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,
a skilled mechanic, is -in charge, and
invites your patronage.
j J. A. Bouvier, Owner,
27-6 1 Anthony Road,' Ocala, Fla.
r ring us your automoDiie repair
work and if we do not satisfv von
T" ? '' i m
your work will not cost you one penny,
Try us on this proposition. Ocala Iron
Works Garage. Phone '4 13-tf
PROVE A PLAGUE
Every Time the Huns Want to Make
Trouble for the Allies, They Bring
One or All of Them Up
London, March 31. The depart department
ment department of the German foreign office
having charge of the peace negotia negotiations
tions negotiations has reached a decision on its
attitude toward the peace negotia negotiations,
tions, negotiations, a German wireless dispatch re
ceived here says. It has been decided
that the German government will act
only in accordance with
Wilson's fourteen points.
PROPOSALS FROM RUSSIA
London, March 31. George Lans-
lury, editor of the labor newspaper
the Daily Herald, declares the Allies
have received a proposal for an un
derstanding with" the present fillers
cf Russia and intimates the conditions
for the -.understanding are the with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal of allied troops from Russia
and the abandonment of police inter interference
ference interference in Russian- affairs. Russia
cn her part would be willing not to
interfere with the affairs of other
nations; would allow Finland, Esthon Esthon-ia,
ia, Esthon-ia, Ukraine and other republics' form formed
ed formed from, the Russian empire to choose
their own forms of government and
pay Russia's internal debts.
SUPPLY SHIP HOVE TO
IN HEAVY SEAS
..Halifax, March 31. -The United
States naval supply ship Culgoa with
104 returning troops, all casuals, is
in distress off New York, according to
ex wireless dispatch received here. The
message said the vessel was hove to
in ay strong wind and rough seas.
That the ship is capablaof making six
"knots-nf-Hhe -weather moderates? The
position given by the Culgoa places
her about 600 miles southeast of New
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SHOULD KEEP A GOOD
MANY IN STOCK
Worchester, Mass., March 30. Dr.'
Robert H. Goddard, professor of
physics at Clark college, acting under
the patronage of the United States
war department, the Smithsonian In
stitution, Clark University and Wor
chester Polytechnic Institute, has in
vented a new rocket that is reported
to be a terrible engine, of .war, with
an altitude range ;" of seventy miles
straight up into the air and a distance
range of at least 200 miles.
The rocket has been developed in
special laboratory at Worcestei
Tech. and the signing of the armistice
prevented its being put to actual use
nwarfare against the Germans.
The Goddard rocket is propelled by
a perfected gas engine installed in the
ower part of the shell, the explo
sions that generate the power coming
from cartridges that are fed into the
chamber by a clock-like time device?
The rocket does not require a cannon
to start it on its flight, the journey
beginning from any point a man can
get. The weapon feature of the rock
et is in the head, where a chamber is
fitted to contain either high explo
sives or gas.
INCREASED TELEGRAPH RATES
The postmaster general has estab
lished increased telegraph rates by all
telegraph companies effective at 2 a.
m. April 1st, as follows:
25 and 2 rate incerased to 30 and 2
30 and 2 rate increased to 36 and 2
35 and 2 rate increased to 42 and 2V
40 and 3 rate increased to 48 and 3
50 and 3 rate increased to 60 and 3
60 and 4 rate increased to 72 and 5
75 and 5 rate increased to" 90 and 6
100 and 7 rate increased to 120 & 8 Vi
The rate on night messages in
creased 20 per cent. Night letters,
50 words, same rate as 10-word day
messages. Day letter rate one and a
half times night letter rates. This in
crease made necessary on account 01
increased cost of operation.
JUNIOR EPWORTH LEAGUE
There was a meeting in the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church yesterday for the pur purpose
pose purpose of reorganizing the Ocala Junior
Epworth League. Miss Eloise Bou Bouvier.
vier. Bouvier. was elected lady manager and
six members were placed on the roll.
Next Friday afternoon all children
who will join the league and all others
interested in the work, are urged to
meet at the church at four o'clock to
perfect the organization. Literature
has been ordered and prospects arv
fair forV' splendid chapter in Ocala,
which district now" holds the banner
OPUIIIS 01! OCALA
Some of the Sentiments Expressed by
Visitors to Our City During
this Tourist Season
Mrs. E. C. Bennett of the hospi
tality committee of the Woman's Club,
and one of the most faithful workers
for the good of the town it has, has
collected the following from the re remarks
marks remarks made about our city by the
tourists who have passed thru it this
I "Ocala is a beautiful place. AH It
needs is a little push."
I" "What I like about your town is its
beautiful trees and. friendly 'people."
"I was surprised to find Ocala such
& beautiful place. Why don't you ad advertise?"
- "I have never, visited a place where
X was made to feel more at home than
n Ocala. In fact, I have been given
such a cord al welcome and have be become
come become 510 well- acquainted, that I hope
to spend many more winters here." 'J
4 "We are only passing, through
Ocala, taking the. bcal trip, but like
the Irvoks of your town so well -tliat we
exp:ct to rpend at le&st two'inontha
hers next v Liter, provided we can find
furnished apartments for housekeep housekeeping."
ing." housekeeping." .
"I came here to spend one week and
liked it so well that I -decided to make
my home here." -
1 bought a farm near Orlando four
years ago. If I had known then what
I know now about Marion county, I
would have bought my farm near
"I thought Ocala was a little junc junction
tion junction where one changed cars to take
the boat trip on the Oklawaha. Imag Imagine
ine Imagine my surprise at finding such a
beautiful town. I have noticed that a
great many towns, much smaller than
Ocala, are advertised in the north.
Why don't you people put your town
cn the map?"
1 "I own a picture show in Pennsyl Pennsylvania.
vania. Pennsylvania. If you will send me some
pretty slides made in and around
Ocala I will be glad to show them on
my screen and will hand literature to
my patrons. I will also tell them that
I have been here and that Ocala is
oner of the prettiest,. -nicest pltcxrthat
visited in Florida."
"In trying to build up your town,
don't forge that it is not the strees
or the houses thatnnake a town, but
the people. When you go to a town
it is the welcome you receive and the
friends you make that makes- you
want to return."
"What I think Ocala needs the most
is a good, straight road irom Jack
sonville to Tampa."
All that Ocala needs is to prepare
to take care of the people, then ad advertise."
vertise." advertise." "Ocala needs a v nark somewhere
for1' the visitors to meet each other
and a place to play games outdoors."
"I would like to see a nice tourist
hotel in the outskirts of the town,
among the beautiful trees."
"I was very much surprised to find
that the hotels here are not overrun,
as they are in other places. You
have a nice town and good hotels. It
seems to me that you people are
asleep. Why don't you wake up?"
DEBS PLEA DENIED
. (Associated Press)
Washington. March 31 Eugene V.
Debs' application for a rehearing of
his appeal from conviction and. sen
tence to ten years imprisonment for
violating the espionage act, was de
nied today by the supreme court.
A LAWN PARTY
"Miss Lancaster complimented her
music students with a beautiful lawn
part Saturday afternoon. The studio
and dining-room were lovely with cut
flowers, alder and pomegranate bios
soms predominating. At the begin
ning numerous recitations and musi
cal numbers were given by the older
Later the' pupils gathered on the
lawn where numerous seats and
benches were placed, and enjoyed the
playing of games and taking of kodak
From a beautifully appointed table
on the porch, delicious fruit punch,
assorted cakes and candies were serv
ed by Misses Martha Rivers, Evelyn
McAteer, Juanita Counts and others.
Those students present were Doris
Thomas, Lora Thomas, Adeline Mai
aver, Evelyn Jackson, Mary Jackson,
Margaret Counts, Susie May Counts,
Amy Cauthen Long, Brent Woods,
Mary Helen Woods, Juanita Jones,
Polly Smith, Lois Robertson, Euva
Burton, Anna Burton, Cleo Williams,
Gracie Goolsby, Hattie May Goolsby,
Louie Smoak, Sara Scott, Myrtle
Blalock, Maud Blalock, Louis Bialock,
Mrs. Bray, Lenora Colby, James
Strickland, Annie Howell and Martha
Each pupil was also permitted to
bring one guest. : ,, v
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Jacob's glace frultsc Anti-Monbpoiyi
A SECURE FRQIITIER
Her Statesmen Make Justifiable Ob Objection
jection Objection to Leaving Any Weak
Place Open to the Huns
Paris, March 31. The possibility
that final decisions will be taken this
wek by the peace, conference was
pointed out by the French press to
day. Dwelling on French claims, the
newspapers reiterate that their arrru-
ments are just, legitimate and abso
lutely necessary for the safety of
France and the world. The Echo de
Paris claims to know that to assure
the security of the French frontier
it will be made obligatory upon Ger
many to destroy her forts on the
right bank of the Rhine, with the Al Allies
lies Allies occupying the left bank until the
war endemnity decided upon by the
conference has been paid.
Paris, March '31. Premier Lloyd
George. and President Wilson con conferred
ferred conferred privately at noon this morning
before the council of four met at the
presidents residence. It is understood
the purpose of the conference was to
expedite the peace proceedings.
HUN DELEGATES AT SPA
Paris, Llarch 31. The German fi financial
nancial financial sub-commission to discuss the
financial questions with representa representatives
tives representatives of the Allies haTe arrived at
ATTACK ON TOE FRENCH
Paris, March 31. A small force of
French troops stationc-d in the, neu neutral
tral neutral zone between Hungary and Ru Rumania
mania Rumania was attacked by Hungarian
troops and 350 French soldiers taken
prisoner, according to an official re report
port report received here. On demand of the
French general," the release of the
prisoners has been promised.
Greatly disturbed conditions are re reported
ported reported in Hungary.
Paris, March 31. Reports that the
railroad strike in German Austria has
been settled are untrue, according to
a Vienna dispatch to the Echo de
Paris. Negotiations between the work workers
ers workers and government ofSciala failed
and the strike continues on eastern
and southern roads, it it said.v
HUNGARY NO PLACE FOR HUNS
Berlin, March 31. (By the Asso
ciated Press. )--The diplomatic agent
of the German government at Buda
pest has advised Germans to leave
ULTIMATUM FROM HUNGARY
Basel, March 31. The Hungarian
government, it is reported in Vienna
dispatches, has sent an ultimatum to
the Czecho-Slovak government. This
action, it is stated, was taken because
of the concentration of Czecho-Slovak
troops and a rumor of general mob mob-iliztion'in
iliztion'in mob-iliztion'in Bohemia socn.
THE NEW OAKLAND SIX
Saturday was a busy day around
the Maxwell-Chalmers tgency in this
city, on the arrival of the first car
load of new Oakland Sensible Six.
cars, as soon as ine cars were un
loaded and driven dowj town they
became the center of attraction in the
automobile line for the city, there be
ing many people in town for the Sat Saturday
urday Saturday trading. More than 100 inter-
terested inquiries were listed at the
agency during the day. Mr. Roberts,
of Gainesville, representative for
Florida for the Oakland company,
came in and wired the factory to send
ten more of the cars out at once for
the Ocala dealer.
Mr. W. O. Brewer of Romeo, bought
one of the cars, which he made his
wife a present of and they drove it
Mr. R. W. Thomas, treasurer of the
Thomas Hardware Co. of Gainesville,
paid for another and drove it home.
Dr. W. K. Lane bought the late
1918 model limousine Oakland which
the agency took in the cUy before, and
with Mrs. Lane will start for Canada
in a short time on their annual jaunt
of two months.
The Oakland Six promises to be a
great seller in this part of the state
It gives big value in a light six 7 at a
popular price four to five hundred
dollars under its competitors.
EXCELLENT PLACE TO EAT
A good many of the visiting Wood Woodmen
men Woodmen are finding their way to the ex
cellent restaurant kept by Temple and
Davis at the union station. Temple
and Davis certainly keep a mighty
good place and set out a plentiful,
well-cooked, home dinner for 75 cents.
They have lots of friends among the
town people as well as the railroad
men and traveling public
Famous Baseball Champions of New
York View the Brightest Beauty
Spot of Florida
The New York Giants saw Silver
Springs Sunday. Wit the newspaper
men and prominent Gainesvillians
they motored the forty miles from
that city and reached here about 9:20.
There were something like fifty ball
players and newspaper correspond correspondents
ents correspondents in the party, including such fa famous
mous famous stars as Larrv Doyle. Christv
Mathewson, Nal Chase, who was ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mrs. Chace, Heinie
Zimmerman and James Sinnott. Man Manages
ages Manages John McGraw could not come.
The party was delighted with the
springs. Several of the party, who had
seen famous waters in California and
Europe, said that they had seen noth nothing
ing nothing to compare with Silver Springs.
Before going to the springs, the
party saw something of Ocala, and of
the golf links. At the springs they
were guests of Mr. C. Carmichael,
vice president nnd general manager
bf the Silver Springs Transportation
company. Mr. Carmichael had a fish
dinner for the visitors, showed them
the springs through the glass bottom
boats and took the' party down the
run on the "City of Ocala" of the
Daylight Line. William Ironson, of
the International News Service, con considered
sidered considered one of the greatest newspaper
photographers, was with the party
and took numerous views of th
springs and the visitors. The dinner
was eaten under the trees on the pic
nic grounds. A number of the play
ers went in bathing before dinner.
Besides the noted players already
mentioned, others with the party
were: John B. Foster, secretary of
the New York ball club and editor of
the Spalding Guide; G. W. Daley,
New York World; Frederick G. Lieb,
New York Sun; Sam Fabian, kepcr
of the polo grounds; Rube Benton,
who began his ball career in Tampa;
W. Hubble, Robt W. Steele, George
A. Smith, George W. Terhune, Sam
Crane, -'the famous -sports writer, A.
W. Bend, W. Hill, Jack Gillespie, Tobe
Miller, Van D. Alston, Hugh Gere,
Henry, Schumacher, Frank Graham,
Arthur Fletcher and Ross Young.
Mr. C. W. Hunter, chairman of the
entertainment committee of the board
of trade, and Ocala's biggest 'base 'baseball
ball 'baseball enthusiast, was with the players
at the springs, going down the run
Besides the Giants there was a
crowd at the springs all day yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, enjoying its beauties 'and the
bathing. Hundreds of automobile
parties were out there. Mr. Carmi Carmichael
chael Carmichael is already planning to add to
the attractions for the coming sum summer
mer summer months.
CniNKS ARE TRYING
TO GET TOGETHER
Peking, March 31. (By the Asso
ciated Press.) Reopening of the
peace conference betweed representa
tives of north and south China at
Shanghai next week is indicated in of official
ficial official circles.
SUBS ON THE WAY
Harwich, England, March 31 Four
German submarines, convoyed by the
United States submarine tender
Bushnell, left today for the United
NOTICE, K. OF P.
0 On account of the head camp con convention,
vention, convention, W. O. W., there will be no
meeting of the K. of P. tonight.
W. W. Stripling, C. C.
C. K. Sage, K. of R. and S.
' A CANDIDATE FOR PAGE
Among the pleasant callers at the
Star cfSce Saturday were Master J.
Carroll Meredith of Dunnellon and
Representative William J. Folks cf
Master Meredith will be a candi candidate
date candidate for page of the house of repre representatives
sentatives representatives at its next session, and
with the hearty support of both our
representatives and others from other
sections has a splendid chance of
election. He is at present a student
pf the Dunnellon high school, where
he has made a splendid record for
diligence and his ambition to serve
his state at Tallahassee shows that
he has ambition, which we trust will
Master Meredith's grandparents cn
loth sides were Confederate soldiers,
and William Meredith was killed at
the battle of Gettysburg after having
served from the beginning of hostili hostilities.
ties. hostilities. Joe Seckinger was one of the
pioneer settlers of Marion, county and
made a record in the Indian war.
Kelly's Chain Lightning Shoe
Cream, an absolutely guaranteed
dressing for white, gray and brown
kid shoes. Little's Shea Parlor. 18-Ct
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, MARCH 31, 1919
OCALA EVENING STAR
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Visiting Woodmen, consider the
Star your official organ. All the mem members
bers members of its staff have found their way
into the inner glades of the forest,
laid their hands upon the sacred ax
and sworn on the gnarled and' knotty
stump never to split on a fellow chop chopper.:.
per.:. chopper.:. When we look at this Woodmen
bunch, we feel like saying to other
fraternities, "Can you match it?"
We were converted Sunday night.
For years we have advocated dividing
Florida at the Suvrannee river. But,
Sunday night, when we strayed into
the Ocala House, and found ourself
in the middle of that live bunch of
Pensacola Woodmen, we vowed we
would fight before we would let a
state line come between us.
decks for the victory
Billy Sunday cuddles up to the
newspaper bunch like a kitten to a
Money is a great thing, but it is the
things you can't obtain with money
that are the most worth while.
American aviators will start on a
flight across the Atlantic from New Newfoundland
foundland Newfoundland to Ireland on the first clear
day in May.
The Bolsheviki minister of educa education
tion education says the blockade' is killing bol bol-shevism.
shevism. bol-shevism. We were always strong to
It will be a good thing for the Al Allies
lies Allies if Germany makes them renew
the war. They will let her off. too
easy if she doesn't.
Every time you have a quarter to
spare, buy a thrift stamp. If you
keep your stamps until they are ripe,
they will help your country and they
will help. you.
Says the Gainesville Sun : The
Ocala Star says Ocala refuses to
change to this new. fool time. We can
always rely on the people of that city
doing the right thing.
The Jacksonville, city council decid decided
ed decided to make the regular eastern time
the time for its town, and to ignore
daylight saving time. Jacksonville,
like Ocala, now has three times. First,
is local time, which was eastern time
last week and is "central time now.
Second is daylight saving, time, or
railroad time. Third, is Florida time,
which is the, suntime of the 90th de
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MICKY IS THE STAR'S DEVIL
gree of longtitude west from Green Greenwich,
wich, Greenwich, established as legal time for
this state by act of the legislature,
and which was also our local time un until
til until the daylight saving cranks began
their ravages a year ago. Eastern
time suits Florida very well in the
summer and quite a number of towns
in the state have refused to set their
clocks up to "save daylight."
Pancho Villa says that in case the
United States was invaded by a for foreign
eign foreign enemy, he and his men would
fight by the side of the Americans. If
Villa and his men ever come up along alongside
side alongside a considerable body of Ameri Americans,
cans, Americans, they will- be shot or made pris prisoners.
oners. prisoners. All the same, we have al always
ways always thought Villa was a better man
than Carranza, and if he had been
supported as Carranza has been sup supported,
ported, supported, the trouble with Mexico would
Tampa Times recently referred to
Billy Sunday as "the world's greatest
soul-saver," and yet .the Bible men mentions
tions mentions a Savior born into the world
nearly 2000 years ago whose influence
has extended from a manger in the
little town of Bethlehem to the fur furthermost
thermost furthermost corners of the earth.
Perhaps the Times didn't hear of
him till Billy Sunday reached its
On account of a number of letters
making inquiry upon the subject Sen Senator
ator Senator Trammell desires to inform all
Florida soldiers who have been dis discharged
charged discharged from the military service
that under a law approved February
28th, they are entitled to retain as
their own property the Uniform and
outfit they naif at the" time of then
release from the service.
The Tampa Tribune has unearthed
a scheme by which- a measure to
claim riparian rights for the state on
all private property abutting on water
fronts is to be brought before the
legislature. Such a measure would be
a rotten swindle and a disgrace to the
state. We think the Marion delega delegation
tion delegation can be counted on tovote against
In its Sunday issue, the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union prints the portraits of the
members of the Florida legislature.
They make an interesting and rather
good-looking display, but the T.-U.
should have put the names under the
pictures instead of over them. The
reader instinctively looks for the title
under a picture.
Mayor of Tallahassee has issued a
proclamation for "clean up" week in
the capital city. Legislature meets
there soon, you know. Times-Union.
w Tallahassee will clean up the legis legislature,
lature, legislature, too. Mighty few of the solons
will have anything but carfare iu
their clothes when they start for
The janitor says we will have to
have a new wastebasket. The type
of wastebasket we favor is one of
those big, wattled affairs, generally
used by cotton pickers. We wear out
about two" a year, and our linotype
operator, who, is a pessimkt, says we
don't work them half as hard as we
had ought to.
It is said that the peace conference
has picked Geneva as headquarters
for the league of nations. It had
first better deputize a battalion of
sharpshooters to pick off the anar anarchists
chists anarchists that have made Geneva their
headquarters for the last forty years.
It is reported that Hungary has
declared war on the Allies. Hungary
wasn't, able to whip Serbia without
German aid. If Hhe Allies declare
war on Hungary, the Hungars will
deplore the scarcity of tall timber in
their country. V
Mr. Burleson, has built a 20 per
cent increase on telegraph rates In Increase
crease Increase will go into effect tomorrow,
and will worry the average business
man, more than all the Anril fools he
jhas received in his life!
If Mr. Wilson would not recognize
Huerta (and we always approved of
his not doing so), we cannot see how
he can recognize Lenine and Trotzky,
who are far worse than Huerta.
With all deference to Messrs. "Wil "Wilson,
son, "Wilson, Lloyd George, Clemenceau and
Orlando, we wish they would turn the
job of making (and enforcing) the
treaty of peace over to Foch.
In the process of inventing "day "daylight
light "daylight saving," the mothers who have
to rise an hour sooner to get the chil
dren off to school do not seem to have
ever been thought of.
The Florida convention of the U. D.
C. will meet in Tampa May 7-10.
; FOR THE WEEK
Today: Francis X. Bushman and
Beverly Bayne in "A Pair of Cupids."
Tuesday: Constance Talmage in "A
. Thursday: Mary Pickford
Romance of the Redwoods."
Friday: Madge Kennedy in
Kingdom of Youth."
"We are not using any flour substi substitutes
tutes substitutes in our bread, cakes and pies
now. In fact, they are better man
ever. Let us serve you. Carter's
Kelly's Odorless Dye for old and
faded shoes. Little's Shoe Parlor. 6t
FEDERAL LOANS FOR FARMERS
Florida farm owners have not par participated
ticipated participated as largely as they should in
the advantages of the federal land
banks that have been organized for
the express purpose of loaning money
on farms in order to foster and en encourage
courage encourage thrifty and progressive farm farmers
ers farmers in the more extensive tilling of
the soil for the production of more
and better food crops, cattle and live
stock generally. This failure to par participate
ticipate participate in federal farm loans is
largely due to local conditions all of
which can and must be overcome
without unnecessary w delay. Better
state laws relating to farm and cat cattle
tle cattle mortgages have -been discussed
frequently in the Times-Union and
need to be enacted in order that need needed
ed needed loans may be secured by the own owners
ers owners of farms and the raisers of live
stock in Florida.
That other sections of the country
are taking advantage of the federal
farm loans is very evident by a
glance at the February statement of
the farm loan board, just made pub public.
lic. public. This statement shows that in the
month past loanstotaling $14,799,800
were made by the federal land banks
to 4529 farmers throughout the Unit United
ed United States. Without knowing definite definitely
ly definitely the number of Florida farmers in included
cluded included in this total it is safe to assert
that they were very, very few in num number.
ber. number. This much is certain, that of the
February loans Kansas farmers se secured
cured secured $3,895,400, leading all other
states. Farm loan banks in other
cities, none in Florida included, made
loans' during the nuonth as follows:
St. Louis, $2,055,955; Houston, Tex.,
$1,863,213; St. Paul, $1,506,600; Spo Spokane,
kane, Spokane, Wash., $1,251,720; Wichita,
Kan., $1,019,800; Louisville, $757,300;
New Orleans, $735,800; Columbia, S.
C, $503,500; Berkeley, Cal., $473,800;
Baltimore, $386,900; Springfield, O.,
In all, since the establishment of
the farm loan banks, the total amount
of loans made figure to an aggregate
ot $ iz,y7,yt4, distributed among
75,384 borrowers comparatively ?few
The fact is here emphasized that
Florida farm and live stock develop development
ment development is not sharing as it should in
the farm loan long-time first mort mortgage
gage mortgage money that the government is
putting at the disposal of the agricul agriculturalists
turalists agriculturalists of the country. Florida has
the land, the farms, the thrifty, pro progressive
gressive progressive people. How much longer
shall they be deprived of the advant advantages
ages advantages of borrowing needed funds for
the proper development of the thou thousands
sands thousands of acres available and waiting
to produce abundantly and profitably
of the crops and cattle needed for the
food and meat supplies of the nation
and the world ? Times-Union, 23rd.
While it is true that Florida farm
owners have not availed themselves
as freely of the advantages of the
federal land bank system as was pos possible,
sible, possible, yet if all the counties of the
state had done as well as Marion the
loans made in this state would have
been in the millions; the court house
records show 37 mortgages to the
federal land bank with an indebted indebtedness
ness indebtedness thereby secured of $188,130, and
the local association in Ocala has 31
applications aggregating-$64,750 now
on file, already appraised by the ex examiner
aminer examiner for the federal land bank, and
within the next 60 days the funds will
have been paid out on all of the ap approved
proved approved loans. Marion county with
the best agricultural lands in the
state, with her farmers fast acquir acquiring
ing acquiring the knowledge that grade and
pure bred stock can be raised as
cheaply as the scrub variety and will
yield more weight and better prices;
with the possibility, through the as assistance
sistance assistance of the federal land bank. of
her farmers putting their lands in a
shape to produce the maximum of
crop in the minimum of time, it will
be put a few years before lands here
will rank in quality and in selling
pi ice with the best lands of the so so-called
called so-called cattle and hog-raising sections
of the country. Ocala and her coun country
try country has in the past, at various times,
been celebrated for her citrus fruit,
her phosphate, her timber and tur turpentine,
pentine, turpentine, her truck growing and her
populist platform; but in the days
that are coming she will be known as
the center of a section that can pro produce
duce produce more dollars and cents, per acre
cultivated, than any other section of
me: united states, n. itogers,
Secretary Ocala National Farm Loan
ttat i.nui. j..iMiiim timmunuiM qwntwumu.u.iU.jti..-iJiliui.!l u.i i'l.'li 'u
RUN 2500 MILES B
At a Bargain
AUTO SALES CO.
" Maclc Taylor
A. E. GERIG
WOOPMEN OF THE
ARIP WOOBMEM CIMCLE
To Ocala and to Our Store
. We invite you to make our store a place of
convenience. As the delegates are practically all
business people, we have for your convenience
a typewriter, phone, paper and envelopes, etc
It is our desire to make your visit as pleasant
and profitable as possible.
When you want any accomodation call on us
OCALA FHATERHAL ORDERS
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M- meets on the first and third
"Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock rotil further notice.
H. O. Cole, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
KN2GIITS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
at the Castle Hall, over the G. C
Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial wel welcome
come welcome to visiting brothers.
W. W. Stripling, C. C.
Cham. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
ORDER OF KASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mri. Isabel Wesson, W. M.
- Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE NO. 15
Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. 15
meets the first and third Monday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month in-the Odd Fel Fellows'
lows' Fellows' boll at 7:30 o'clock.
t Mrs. W. T. Whitfy, N. G.
Eloie Bouvier, occretary.
GCALA LODGE NO. 286. II. V. O. E.
Ocal Lodge No. 280, Iknevulent
r.nd Protective Order of Elks, tntts
the se ord and fourth Tuc-iday eve evenings
nings evenings ii each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren alajs n-elcome. Club house oppo opposite
site opposite j.oto5re, east side.
J. H. Snsncer, E. R.
E. J. Crc t 1 Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
IC of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
W. W Stripling, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
R. A. 31. CHAPTER NO. 13
Regular convocations of the Qcala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the first
Friday in every month at 7:30 p. m.
J. A Bouvier, II. P.
Jake Bron. Secretary.
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.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS
All kinds of FRESH garden seeds'
in?any quantity. Ocala Seed Store,!
phone 435. tf
Drug Store at one dollar per bottle, tf
Real vs. False Economy
At This Time
Resist the mental suggestion to curtail your regular taking of ice
until "the weather turns warm again." Yrjr refrigerator is goin
nicely now; it ia well chilled an d it is doinjr full duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it yay sulk on you all the
remainder of the season.
OCALA ICE AND PACKING COMPANY
E. C. JOESPAM & CO.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
AUTO HEARSE SERVICE
W e deliver caskets free anywhere in the county.
Calls promptly answered night or day.
wilbdr x. sunn sm ilpyles, jr.
Day Phjne 10
A money-maker and hard work saver for land clearera and trood-cuttins
contractors. One man can move it from cut to cnL Simula and reliahla.
Snn&nd In ns til orer thp U. S. Wbea
ta miila, ted nviiit. feed cutlers, pmnpi.
U) fViUm U tmMnfm4 fw Urn Asm S
- America mm
rood for foeL
.rill do 13 tae:
ae-tenth ibm cost. Writ
(or free Book. How
feu eats 49 cord
a a7." roll de
tills and spec special
ial special price.
CLARfiSON. HARDWARE C0MPAIW
Dislribntors for Marion, Levy.lSnmlcr and Cilnis Ccnnlics.
Ocala - - Florida
Efficiency and Promptness are the watchwords in our Auto
Repair Department. We maintain at all times a corps of the
' most efficient workmen to be had, and each one is a specialist.
Our equipment places us in a position to actually build any-
- thing from an engine to tt cotter pin.
OCALA IRON WORKS (SAEAGS
N. MalnSL gasoline act oils Ocala, Flc
c, iaMJiil -a
NJfht Phones 225 and 423
aot la nu f or waod cuSSlng. th 4 H. P. Botor wia
ICO points tkrmshmt
ff thm ViUUd Stmtsm.
OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, MARCH 31, 1919
DIRECT FROM OUR FISHING
BOATS TO YOU!
Delicious fresh caught Dry Dry-Salt
Salt Dry-Salt Fish direct to the consumer
by prepaid parcel post or express
15 lbs. for $2J0
Special price on barrel lofs
TOE ST, GEORGE
St. George on the Gulf
KEIV FRUIT STAND
(Next to Anti-Monopoly J
FANCY FRUITS I
FRESH VEGETABLES r
I AND GROCERIES ;
I All Prices Reduced ;
PHONE 399 SAVOY CAFE ;
Bar and Iloff an St. Jacksonville, Fla.
All railroad ticket offices In building,
center of everything. All modern Im Improvements.
provements. Improvements. First class In every par particular.
ticular. particular. Rates, one person, $1 to 11.50;
two persons, $2 to $2.50. Bath $1.50, $2;
two people, $2.50, $3.
i-l E. FRANK PIERCE. Prop.
Mclver. S laclay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47. 104. 305
Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:50 am. J'cksonvllle-NewYork 2:50 am.
1:56 pm. Jacksonville 3:26 pm.
4:07 pm. Jacksonville 5:10 p.m
Manatee 2:50 am.
St. Petersburg )
3:26 pm. Tampa-Manatee 1:41pm.
5:10 pm. Tampa-St. Petersburg 4:07 pm.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
Leave v Arrive
2:12pm J'cksonville-New York 3:15am.
2:20 pm. J'ksonville-G'lnesvllle 3:35 pm.
6:42 am. J'ksonvllle-G'nesvllle 10:13 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am.
3:35 pm. St. Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:00 pm.
7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wilcox
7.40 am. Du'nellon-L'keland 11:03 pm.
3;25 pm. Homosassa 1:45 pm.
10:13 pm. Leesburg 6:42am.
4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am.
. Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
EAT AT THE
EREEK- AMERICAH CAFE
A la CARTE SERVICE
Everyihiflo in the Market
Best Home Cocking
Qnick Service I
H. B. Baxter
114 S. Magnolia St., Next to
Clarkson Hardware Store.
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract worlt. Gives More and Better
Work for the Honey than any other
contra-ior In the city.
( T This
Did you ever think
of the quality of work workmanship
manship workmanship and material
that you get when you
patronize our job office?
STAR PUBLISHING CO.
PeptonaVthe Great Tonic. tf
Grapeadade Sundae. Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. 28-t
Messrs. Chas. L. Fox and Bryan
Butler are in the city from St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, visiting their relatives and
John Z. Reardon, an ex-Ocala boy,
now a Jacksonville Woodman, is at attending
tending attending the convention and renewing
acquaintance with his old friends.
We now have a complete line of the
famous Seneca Folding Scout Cam Cameras;
eras; Cameras; all sizes; prices from $6 to $15
each. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, tf
Union Bible study class will be held
Friday next at the Presbyterian
church at 3:3d o'clock. All lovers of
Bible study are cordially invited to
We have a limited supply of Velvet
Beans for sale. Better buy now, as
they are scarce. Smith Grocery Co. tf
District Manager C. H. Dame, for
many years a citizen of Ocala, now
making his home in Lakeland, is
among the prominent and welcomw
Woodmen visitors to the city.
Postcards from Lieut. J. P. Chazal
announce that he was recently given
leave of absence, which he utilized by
taking a trip to Nice and other pleas pleasant
ant pleasant places in the south of France.
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
Two more remarkably fine Wood Woodmen
men Woodmen displays are in the show win windows
dows windows of H. A. Waterman's haberdash haberdashery
ery haberdashery and Gerig's drugstore. Bath are
striking and artistic, and take the
attention of all who pass.
The picture billed for Saturday at
the Temple did not arrive, but instead
the Temple presented Ruth Clifford in
"The Cabaret Girl," which was a first first-rater
rater first-rater therefore the patrons of the
theater suffered nothing by the
A letter from Laurie Benjamin an announces
nounces announces that he has been enrolled in
the new school established for the
Third Army at Coblenz. The school
teaches French, the higher mathe mathematics
matics mathematics and other things that will be
useful in civil as well as military life.
Frances X. Bushman and Beverly
Bayne, two of the very best actors in
the shadow drama, will be at the Tem Temple
ple Temple this evening in "A Pair of Cu Cupids,"
pids," Cupids," and that cute and pretty girl,
Constance Talmage, will appear to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow in "A Lady's Name."
Vernon Hadsock, a Marion county
boy, whose home is at York, is prob
ably a member of the crew of one of
the captured German submarines that
are crossing the ocean to be exhibited
in our ports during the victory loan
campaign. Vernon was here a few
weeks ago, and left to cross th6 ocean
for a special service, which was prob probably
ably probably to go aboard one of the U-boats.
Mrs. Percy Perkins returned Satur Saturday
day Saturday night from a pleasant visit to
Mrs. R. H. Purdom and Mrs. R. O.
Cononr in Jacksonville. She was ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mrs. L. W. Ponder, who
will remain in Jacksonville for sev
eral -days yet. Mrs. Perkins and Mrs.
Ponder went down the river to Palat
ka on one of the Daylight boats, hav having
ing having a most pleasant trip, and going
on by rail to Jacksonville.
Sovereign Frank X. Carroll, dele
gate from Hickory Camp No. 21, W.
O. W., Pensacola, ,the "human spider,"
will climb the Holder building blind
folded at 5:30 this afternoon, provid providing
ing providing some good soverign will place
upon the top a dozen "cold ones" or
a bottle of rye. Arrangements can
be made with members of his "climb "climbing"
ing" "climbing" committee. Sovereigns Seager,
Hicks or Pinney, at headquarters.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Balliet with son;
Woodrow Wilson and daughter, Carah
Catherine, made the Star office a
pleasant visit Saturday. They are
highly, elated over the recent return
of their son, Drew B. Balliett from
the army. .He has lately been station stationed
ed stationed at Camp Hancock, and was a mem-,
ber of Artillery Company E, 37th
Regiment. Drew enlisted last July
and has seen service in a number of
the camps, and while he does not re regret
gret regret his experiences is very glad to
get back to the home of his parents
four miles west of the city on the
Dropping in, the other afternoon,
to see our friend, Mark Temple, at
the union station restaurant, he set set-temup.to
temup.to set-temup.to a bottle of "Bevo," the new
tonic drink, which has more than tak
en the place of beer in many thirsty
communities. It has the pleasant
taste and refreshing effect of beer
without causing the sluggish feeling
that generally follows a libation of
the real suds. We took a liking to it
at once, and shall gee to it that the
grass on the railroad track between
the Star office and Mark's place shall
!not be allowed to grow too high dur during
ing during the ensuing summer.
AUTO TRIP TO SPRINGS
The automobile trip to Silver,
n a I TIT
springs I or xne visum g nooamea
will be- given at 2 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon (local time) instead of at
10 a. m. Automobile owners who in-J
tend to help take the visitors to the
springs will please take notice and
govern themselves accordingly.
aT THE TEMPLE
Tomorrow will be Woodmen eve evening
ning evening at the Temple theater. The pic picture
ture picture performance will begin at 3:30
and close at 8, after which the the theater
ater theater will be turned over to the Wood Woodmen.
men. Woodmen. The picture story will be Con Constance
stance Constance Talmage in "A Lady's Name,"
and all who wish to see all of it
should be present by at least 6:30.
MEETING OF WOMAN'S CLUB
The Ocala Woman's Club met in
regular session Saturday afternoon.
The day being annual reciprocity day,
this meeting was perhaps one of the
most important and interesting events
of the club year. The local club en entertained
tertained entertained on this occasion Mrs. Edgar
Lewis, president of the state federa federation,
tion, federation, and Mrs. McCollum, vice presi president
dent president of section two.
As it is customary to invite he of officers
ficers officers of other woman's organizations
of the city to enjoy tht program on
reciprocity day, these visitors added
very much to the pleasures of the
The meeting opened by singing the
fi. verse of S"wannee River. '
Mrs. McCollum, who is our own
nominee, gave the greeting to the club
and delighted her audience by her
animated and clever remarks, which
were followed by a most intersting
The first number which was a love lovely
ly lovely one, consisted of a Swedish folk
dance by the young ladies of Miss
Porter's class, who were hearily en encored.
cored. encored. A piano solo by Mrs. Clifton
Camp, followed by two vocal numbers
by Miss Porter with Mrs. B. F. Con Condon
don Condon accompanist, were enjoyed. A
duet entitled "O That We Two Were
Maying," sung by Mrs. Hampton and
Mrs. Ketchu'm, with Mrs. Camp ac accompanist,
companist, accompanist, completed the program.
Little Miss Margaret Hocker dress
ed to represent the poinsettia, which
is the club flower, in a petite and
dainty manner delighted every one by
her graceful dancing.
Mrs. William Hocker, president of
the Woman's Club, then introduced
Mrs. Lewis in a few well chosen
words, saying that it was a great
honor, for a club president to present
a state president as her successor,
and she was very happy to have the
honor to present the president of the
"Florida Federation of Woman's
Clubs." Mrs. Lewis said she was so
glad to be here and felt it a privi privilege
lege privilege to take from the club an inspira inspiration
tion inspiration for weaker clubs. She made &
splendid talk on "Woman's Work Dur During
ing During War Times and the Reconstruc Reconstruction
tion Reconstruction Period." She said we might well
look back with satisfaction to tne
sacrifices we so cheerfully made dur during
ing during that difficult time. The govern government
ment government has recognized the value of this
organization, and when the day of
reconstruction came, it found the
woman's clubs prepared. The clubs of
today have a surer foundation, we
are brought in connection with dis distant
tant distant places, and willnever be as in
the past, but are drawn closer to together.
gether. together. The lessons of the war' have
shown us our defects" and how they
may be remedied. The club women of
the state were the first to feel and
see the need of child welfare work,
and federated women everywhere
stand ready to back up child welfare
work. Its influence in literature, art
and music is being felt. Social and
industrial disturbances are being rem remedied.
edied. remedied. A fine lesson was learned when
she spoke of radical socialism, which
does not offer anything in place of
what it desires to tear down, while
we are pioneers in woman's work, we
Those who failed to hear this noted
speaker missed many wonderful and
Mrs. Ketchum gave a vocal solo,
Mrs. Camp being her accompanist. A
piano solo. by Mrs. Adkins of Gaines
ville was enjoyed. It is always a
pleasure to listen to the magnificent
voice of Mr. Lester Lucas and on this
occasion he was at his. best, singing
several songs, accompanied by Mrs.
Lucas on. the piano.
The following young girls dressed
in colonial costume danced the minuet,
Misses Grace Palmer, Catharine Hen
ry Lucile Gissendaner, Elizabeth
Hocker, Callie Gissendaner, Sara De
hon, Louise and Loureen Spencer.
The hostesses of the afternoon were
the officers of the club, who have as
their motto: "Be not forgetful to en
tertain strangers, for thereby some
have entertained angels unawares.1
Refreshments consisting of cream
cake and coffee -were served. There
was a full attendance and a large
number of visitors.
MAIL CLERK WANTED
I want a good, reliable young white
man for clerk (inside work) in the
Ocala postomce. Apply to
R. F. Rogers, Postmaster.
W. K. Lane, 51. "D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye. Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building. Ocala,
Florida. - tf
s A nice line of Bathing Caps on sale
at' the 'Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.' 6t
DECOR ATED:M AN Y TIMES
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Mrs. Hilda Wynne of the British
Red Cross, probably the most medaled
of all women war workers, who ar
rived recently In New York. Mrs.
Wynne has seen service ou the
British, French, Belgian and Rus
sian fronts, and : has been decorated
with the Order of St. John of Jerusa Jerusalem,
lem, Jerusalem, the Order of Leopold, the Crolr
de Guerre, the Mons Star, the silver
and gold medals of the Order of St.
George of Russia. The Italian sil silver
ver silver medal of. Valor, the- Italian War
Cross and the Red Cross Order of
Merit. She is here representing the
duke d'Aosta's committee to provide
relief for wounded Italian soldiers.
SHE BOOSTS CASTRO
Mexican .General Employs Worn Worn--
- Worn-- an Press Agent.
Pretty teenorlta Gets Stories About
Chief "in American News Newspapers.
papers. Newspapers. Juarez, Mexico. Mexico is as mod modern
ern modern as she is ancient. Gen. Jesus Au Au-gustln
gustln Au-gustln Castro, the new commander In
chief of the northeastern military
zone, not only has a woman press
agent but a pretty one, to see that the
general's campaign against the Villa
forces receives proper attention from
the Mexican and American border
She is Senorita Teresa Rodriguez,
daughter of a prominent Mexican poli politician
tician politician of Mexico City, who came north
soon after General Castro was re relieved
lieved relieved from active duties as subsec subsec-retary
retary subsec-retary of war to conduct a campaign
against the bandits of the north. Se Senorita
norita Senorita Rodriguez docs not speak a
word of English, but she succeeded in
having her photograph and a sketch
of General Castro printed In all the
American border papers as soon as
she arrived from Chihuahua City to
begin her publicity campaign for the
Yet Senorita Rodriguez said, in her
most liquid Spanish, she did not wish
to exert what the Americanos called
"petticoat influence" to get her stories
"Why should not the Mexicans adopt
the best the Americans have originat originated?"
ed?" originated?" she paid at military headquar headquarters
ters headquarters to the Associated Press oorre
"The much-abused press agent has
Served a very useful purpose in pre presenting
senting presenting to the public the good features
of every worthy movement, every
campaign conducted by military or po political
litical political leaders, and even your Presi President
dent President Wilson recognized this when ho
appointed a director general of pub publicity.
licity. publicity. "General Castro does not order me
to have his deeds and pictures pub published,
lished, published, 'although he has done many
brave" deeds and "is a sterling military
man. What he Instructed me to do,
especially on the American side of the
border, was to corrfct many false Im Impressions
pressions Impressions subsidized Mexican papers
have given the American public about
Mexico and Its Internal conditions. In
doing this f feel I am serving my ron ron-try,
try, ron-try, and besides I enjoy the work
Pittxbursh What is said to be the
largest whistle in the world has ben
placed on one of the smokestacks of
the Homestead Steel Works. The
whistle. 200 feet nlove the ground, is
five feet long and one foot In diameter
and is connected with n three-inch
steam nine. It renuires 150 nound3
j of steam to blow the whistle, which
' can be heard twelve miles.
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For a few days only, we arc authorized to
t-T A n!rn rTiVOT A T H ftXTTPI? CHAD V)
Free with every purchase of five calics
I CR YSTAL WHITE
FOR WASHING CLOTHES: Rub Crystal White on the wei
garments and let soak for 15 minutes. Then rub lightly if neces necessary
sary necessary to remove the dirty spots. Rinse tnoroughly in clear water
and your clothes will be snowy white.
WASH YOUR FLANNELS with Crystal White and they will be
as soft as new it contains NO ROSIN.
Use it in the kitchen and for all kinds of cleaning and see
how much better it does the work and why it is so economical.
Its effect on dishes and glassware are surprising.
- Made from PURE VEGETABLE OILS -contains no Animal
Princ 7r nor nctirc
KM This offer is good for a
a Mo TEAPOT GROCERY
THE GUARANTEE VULCANIZING PLANT
We Vulcanize CASINGS and INNER TUBES and
Guarantee Every Peace of Work.
SECOIiD HAND TIRES BOUGHT AND SOLD
JAMES E. ENGESSER, Proprietor
(At the Old
? PilAXWELL'TRANSFER COMPANY
Auto Truck Service.
Light, Heavy and Long Distance Hauling,
. Estimates given on application for
CALL PHONE 376
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A roerch&at who advertises usually
customers, and you can depend on his
sails tt off. tr fvdvrtlsl s. bsfors It
P'rr i Phonal! I
Tip TJ) Li"3 Tp (j
flno ro r c P,T?PP, Tir?tV fi Tt (fa
few days only. Get yours. Sj
L. E. YOHCE,
.mv w SHI W I IL. Ti.jJ
Let us VULCANIZE your old,
used, supposedly worn out tires
and save you money. The extra
service you'll get out of our re rebuilt
built rebuilt tiresvvill prove the practi practical
cal practical value of our VULCANIZ VULCANIZING.
ING. VULCANIZING. Try" it on one tire and
' Ocala, Fla,
has suinethin? of merit to oCTer his
merchandise belnr fresh, because hs
ws a his shelves. Ponder this.
Hi I III i I f m nil II
OCALA EVENING STAfi, MONDAY, 'MABCH 31, 1919
Daily Heal tii
a r;onD about the kidneys
i BT DOCTOR WATSON.
People are easily frightened when
they think something is the matter with
their lnng3 or heart, and well they
may be; but few people understand
the dangers of diseased kidneys. These
organs have a duty of vital importance
to perform, and if they are diseased,
there is no telling how or where the
iymptoms may appear. The kidneys
are filters and when they are healthy
they remove the poisons from the blood
and purify it. When the kidneys are
diseased, the poisons are spread every everywhere,
where, everywhere, and one of these poisons is uric
acid. The uric acid is carried all
through the system and deposited in
various places, in the form of urate
salts- in the feet, ankles, wrists and
back often forming bags under the
eyes. Sometimes the resulting trouble
is .called rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica
and backache. Finally, come stone
in the bladder, diabetes and Bright's
Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., in recent
years, discovered that a certain com combination
bination combination of remedies would dissolve uric
acid ( urate salts ) in the system. He
found this combination to be harmless,
so that he made it up in tablets,
of double strength, and called them
Anuric Tablets. They dissolve uric
acid in the Human system as not conee
"dissolves sugar If you have uric acid
troubles, don't delay an taking Anuric
Tablets, which can be secured in the
drug stores. You can write Dr. Pierce,
too, and he will tell you what to eat
and how to live so that more uric acid
will not form in your system. Dr. Pierce
will not charge for this advice.
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 ad advance.
vance. advance. FOR RENT Three-room cottage,
modern. City and rain water. Mrs. E.
C. Dorsey, 18 Hazel street. 13-6t
LOST 35x4 Diamond tire, mounted
cn nm; between Fairheid and Lake
Weir, Sunday. Suitable reward will
be paid for its return. Dr. C." B.
Ayer, Ocala. 31-3t
LOST Perhaps at Temple theater, a
railroad ticket which is good from
Palatka to Fort Pierce. Has name on
it of CARRIE HAAS. Finder please
return to this office. 31-lt
DOG LOST A liberal reward will be
paid for return of small black and tan
terrier or flee dog, narrow leather
collar with name of owner on tag
plate. Lost Friday, March 28th, about
six miles west of Ocala. Notify
Kobert T. Munroe. 31-tf
BUICKS FOR SALE Two Buick
touring cars'; new tires and new tops.
Price $200 each. Auto Sales Co., Mack
FORDS FOR SALE Six second
hand Fords at real bargain '.prices.
tome m and see them. Auto Sales
Company, Mack Taylor. 28-tf
FOR SALE Young cow, fresh with
nrst call, nolstein and Jersey. Splen Splendid
did Splendid milk cow. Can be seen at the Jake
Robbinson farm 2X miles east of
Ocala on Seaboard R. R. H. L. Wag
ner, Box 123, Ocala. 29-3t
FOR SALE Three young horses,
double wagon, buggy, harness of all
kinds, plows, cultivators and other
farming tools. Apply to William
Geerling, 26 N. Magnolia St., or cor corner
ner corner Blitchton road past the fair
FOR RENT Two rooms furnished
for light housekeeping. Phone -242,
Mrs. A. M. Perry, Herbert St. 6
FOR SALE!- Remington typewriter;
per feet condition. For-teras call ana
examine, 613 Oklawaha avenue. 24-6t
WANTED All kinds of second hand
furniture, guns, beds, etc. Notify me
ar;d I will send for them. J. W. Hun Hunter,
ter, Hunter, Gunsmith, South Main St. tf
FOR SALE Hand sewing machine,
practically as good as new. Cheap
for cash ox on easy terms. Apply at
Star office. 27-6t
T A XTTTT'Tk TXTt T ' i V
- t jiuu nave iij,u l,
heavy or long distance hauling, call
the Maxwell Transfer Co., phone 376.
L. E. Yonce, Ocala, Fla. 27-m
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 Sjnall cottage on North
Magnolia street. House and three
lots m Lmwood Park. Apply to David
S. Welch. 25-tf
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WANTED You to know I repair all
makes of stoves, gas, wood or coal. I
also buy old stoves. Drop me a card
o rcall at 417 N. Magnolia St. Acme
Stoe Hospital. 20-3t
WANTED Carrier boy. Must have
bicycle. Apply at Star office. tf
Mr. and Mrs.'L. B. Sanders of
Brooksville are expected to arrive in
The many friends of Dr. C. W.
Lindner of Martin will regret to hear
that he was taken quite ill yesterday.
Mrs. Vernon Upham and Mr. Steph Stephen
en Stephen Fiero of New York left today for
their home after a delightful visit to
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Murray.
Mrs. B. F. Borden and little niece,
Billy Kennedy, have returned from
a several days visit with Mrs. Bor Borden's
den's Borden's mother, Mrs. E. J. Smith of Ox Ox-ofrd.
ofrd. Ox-ofrd. Films for
all sizes and makes of
Mr. Elmer E. Cline, a former resi resident
dent resident of Ocala, now of Auburndale, is
shaking hands with his old time
friends, and A is a delegate to the W.
O. W. head camp meeting.
M .Mi. Willi
Mr. J. H. Pratt, who will be well
remembered in Ocala as the organizer
of the Modern Woodmen, is here as a
delegate to the W. O W. convention
from one of the Jacksonville camps.
Mr. Automobile Owner, look at this:
Carbon burned out of four cylinders
for $3; six cylinders, $4, at the Ocala
Iron Works Garage. 13-tf
Mr. Will C. Moore of Tampa, with
the United Motors Company. Maxwell
and Chalamers agents for that terri territory,
tory, territory, is in town for several days, a
delegate to the W. O. W. head camp)
If you want good wood and youi
moneys worth, call J. L. Smoak,
phone No. 146,. t 26a
Mr. Chance of Jacksonville, in the!
parts department of the. Mangels- a striking out ten men, and replac replac-Kirby
Kirby replac-Kirby Company, state distributor forid by Pfann, who had been perform-
the Maxwell and Chalmers cars, is a
delegate to the W. O. W. head camp
Kelly's white "Heel Edge", enamel
for the soles and heels of white shoes.
Little's Shoe Parlor. 18-6t
MrsJ E A. Snowden was made hap happy
py happy Sunday by a visit from three of
her friends from hex old home town,
Lakeland, Mrs. I. C. Inman, Mrs. H.
N. Webb and Mrs. R. E. Scipper, who
are here attending the W. O W. circle
We have a limited supply of Velvet
Beans for sale. Better buy now, as
they are scarce. Smith. Grocery Co. tf
Miss Jefferson Bell was a visitor in
Ocala Saturday; being en route from
Miami to Tallahassee, where, she will
engage in legislative work during the
session of the legislature.. Mrs. .Geo.
J. Blitch and son, Hardy Croom., of
Williston, accompanied ... Miss Bell to
Misses Hattie and Lucile Roebuck,
Ruth, Rosalie and Eleanor Price of
Gainesville, motored down to Ocala
yesterday and went out to the springs
where they had lunch and enjoyed the
bathing and other amusements of the
wonderful resort. They were accom accompanied
panied accompanied to the springs by Miss Carrie
Remember yon get quality service
at quantity price at the Ocala Iron
Work3 Garage. 12-tf
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Perry of Oxford are pained to
learn of their serious' accident Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, which resulted in the death of
Mrs. Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Perry and
children were returning from church
Sunday morning, driving a pair of
mules, which became frightened and
unmanageable ran away and threw
al lof the occupants of the vehicle out.
Mrs. Perry was run over and her
spine broken, which resulted in her
death a few hours later.
We have a limited supply of Velvet!
Jtseans lor sale. .Better buy now. as
they are scarce. Smith Grocery Co. tf
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Buffum and
three charming daughters spent yes yesterday
terday yesterday in the city, and while here
were guests at the Harrington. Some
years ago this family resided in Ocala
and lived where Mrs. Anna Holder's
home now is. This is the first visit
that Mrs. Buffum and daughters have
made since leaving Ocala for thi
north, and it was quite a treat to their
friends here to have seen them again.
Mr. and Mrs. Buffum are spending
the winter in Tampa and are taking a
great many trips thru the state in
their car.. They are returning to
Tampa today, stopping at Orlando
and other points, after a delightful
tour to the east coast.
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 theOcala .Houses or
FOR SALE, CHEAP A second-hand
typewriter. Apply Star office, editorial
Saturday evening, Mrs. E. C. Ben Bennett
nett Bennett was the hostess at a delightful
picture party, given at the Temple
theater. Mrs. Bennett's party was
given in honor of the two prominent
visitors who were in town Saturday,
Mrs. Edgar Lewis of Fort Pierce,
state president of the Woman's Club,
and Mrs. James McCollum of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, vice president of section two.
Other members of 'the party included
Miss Jefferson Bell of Miami, but
formerly of this city, Mrs. William
Hocker, Mrs. E. G. Peek, Mrs. Emily
Green, Mrs. Horace Harold, Mrs.
Jame3 Knight, Mrs. IL W. Henry,
Mr. and Mrs. Rosey of DeLand and
Mr. and Mrs. Guylinger of Philadel Philadelphia..
phia.. Philadelphia.. After an hour and a half at
the pictures, where they were de delightfully
lightfully delightfully entertained by Ruth Clif Clifford
ford Clifford in "The Cabaret Girl." the guests
were invited into the sitting room at
the Temple, where they -completed a
very pleasant evening. Punch was
served by Mrs. Bennett. Mrs. Lewis
and Mrs-. McCollum have been delight delightfully
fully delightfully entertained during their brief
ctay in Ocala, this being but one of
the charming little ? parties given in
We have a limited supply of Velvet
Beans for sale. Better buy now, as
they are scarce. Smith Grocery Co. tf
A clipping from a Columbia, Tenn.,
kpaper gives a very interesting account
of a swift game between the baseball
team of Columbia Military Academy
and a visiting team from Greene Uni University
versity University of Athens, Ala. Norman
Home of this city, a student at the
academy, was the pitcher for his
team, which won by a good score. The
account of the game says: "The pitch pitching
ing pitching and hitting by Horne, the Florida
cadet who promises to be some of a
phenom in prep school baseball cir circles,
cles, circles, was easily the feature of the
game, although a home run by Shel Shel-ton,
ton, Shel-ton, Columbia's local representative
on the team, was another sensational
event. Home's performance was so
superior to the opposition that he
was taken put, after allowing no hits
mg m leit -neia. Home was pro pronounced
nounced pronounced a golden find for C. M. A;
after Saturday's game and if he keep3
up the : pace he has started" he will
make an unequaled record in prep
school baseball in Tennessee. In ad ad-dition
dition ad-dition to his skill as a baseball pit"
chery'he was a star on the football
team and ranks high as a student and
in all cadet activities at the academy.
- The Ocala Iron Works Garage is at
your -service any time night or day.
Your patronage is solicited, no mat matter
ter matter how ismalhor-how large your job
might be. ...... 13-tf
. After hearing J. Mack Towne's ad address
dress address at the theater this morning a
number of the old timers decided that
he should be asked to write a history
of Marion county. n his speech he
rehearsed .our conditions before and
during, the great freeze of 1895, when
the orange industry was almost put
out. of business. Those of his au audience
dience audience -who were here at the time he
spoke ; of could especially appreciate
his remarks. He said that there
no occasion for going out to see the
damage wrought; all that was neces necessary
sary necessary was to look at the long faces of
the orange- growers. However, as
stated by Mr. Towne, that same
freeze was a blessing in disguise,as
our. section took on new life then and
went into the more certain and more
lucrative line of general farming and
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Flagg, promi prominent
nent prominent Bostonians, who have been
spending the winter in St. Petersburg,
are Ocala visitors, coming especially
to spend a short season with the lat lat-ter'ff
ter'ff lat-ter'ff brother, Mr. F.E. Wetherbee
and family. Mr. and Mrs. Flagg will
go from Ocala to Albany, Ga., where
they will be the guests of their neph nephews,
ews, nephews, Messrs. Emest and Roland
Wetherbee, capitalists of that section,
before returning to their Massachu Massachusetts
setts Massachusetts homes. This charming couple,
have been regular winter visitors to
Ocala and other sections of the state
for many years and their visifs to this
city are always anticipated with
Ocala is glad to have Mr. and Mrs.
T. M. Kilgore in its midst again. Mr Mr-Kilgore
Kilgore Mr-Kilgore will beopen the naval recruit recruiting
ing recruiting station, in the federal building,
and he and Mrs. Kilgore. will make
their home at Mrs. L. T. Izlar's resi residence.
dence. residence. Uncle Sam will always need,
sailors and those who want to pursue
that noble calling should see Mr. Kil Kilgore.
gore. Kilgore. Mrs. F. W. Cook and her helpers
this morning finished packing twenty
sacks full of clothing for the destitute
people in liberated countries and clos closed
ed closed the room in Gerig's old stand
where the clothing has been received.
A& usual, little old Ocala did her bit.
An enemy suspected
J is naxx conquered; ao
you think your eyes
are failing 7
Dr. K. J. Weihe,
With Weihe Co Jewelers. Ocala. Fla. J
Wauled Five boys to sub
Apply at Star Office. I
MRS. ROBERT IL SANDERS
Many people in Ocala, Dunnellon
and other parts of Marion county will
deeply regret to hear of the death of
Mrs. Robert H. Sanders of Dunnellon,
who passed away Sunday in Atlanta,
where she went for treatment some
Mrs. Sanders was a most estimable
and well-beloved woman. The sympa sympathy
thy sympathy of hundreds of friends is with her
bereaved husband and daughter.
The exact time of Mrs. Sanders
funeral services is not known, but will
probably be some time tomorrow. E.
C Jordan & Co. will have charge of
the arrangements and friends may
obtain information from them tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning.
On account of the funeral of the
late Mrs. Robert Sanders, out of cour courtesy
tesy courtesy and respect the study class of
the Woman's Auxiliary will be post postponed
poned postponed until the following Tuesday.
Mrs. Harold, President.
Mrs. Bittinger, Secretary.
Mrs. F W. Bishop of Anthony, died
at her home Saturday night at 10:20
o'clock. Mrs. Bishop was forty years
of age, .quite a favorite with all who
knew her and during her whole life
was full ef some kindness for some
one. The funeral services were held
in Anthony at 3 (o'clock Sunday after
noon, Rev. Smith Hardin officiating.
Interment will be made in the family
lot in Jacksonville. Mrs. Bishop leaves
to mourn, her death her husband and
two children, besides a great many
friends. E. C. Jordan & Co. were the
funeral directors in charge.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pasteur have re returned
turned returned from a week-end visit to Lake
Miss Josephine Williams of Ocala
has accepted a position in Dr. King's
private sanitarium in Atlanta.
Our autb-owning citizens have
turned out promptly, patriotically and
plentifully to help .entertain the
R.' H. Weatherlow of Pensacola,
district manager for the W. O. W
and a great hustler, is among the
prominent men at the head camp.
1 Come in and look at the "Seneca"
cameras just received. Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. 29-tf
. Mrs. B. H. Seymour has as her
guests her sister, Mrs. G. D. Gay and
daughter, Marie of Gainesville, Ga.
Mrs. Gay will be in Ocala about two
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cheshire of
Lake City arrived in Ocala Sunday
and while here will be the guests ot
Mr. Cheshire's sister, Mrs. S. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Fremd and two boys
of Eminence, Ky who have been
touring Florida, have stopped in
Ocala a few clays to visit their friends,
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ditto.
- Kelly's "White-Right-OfT" for nu nu-buck
buck nu-buck and canvas shoes. Little's Shoe
Parlor, Commercial Bank block. 18-t
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ditto and their
guest, Mrs. W. M. Hiter, had a very
pleasant auto trip last week down the
Pinellas peninsula, across the orange
belt to' Orlando and return.
Mrs. Jernigan of St. Augustine is
in the city visiting her sisters, Mrs.
Foster and Miss Mary Bull. Mrs.
Jernigan is well known in Ocala as
Miss Jennie Bull, this being her child
Mr. and Mrs. Rosey of DeLand and
their, friends, Mr. and Mrs. Leyslinger
of Philadelphia, arrived in Ocala Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and they came especially to
take the glass-bottom boat trip over
Miss Margaret Peace and her sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. Hilburn of Orlando, have
taken rooms at the home of Mrs. H.
C. Jones. Their many friends will be
glad to hear of their return and hop
their stay will be a long one.
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 RedCross, Ocala, Fla.
We are not using any flour substi substitutes
tutes substitutes in our bread, cakes and pies
now. In fact, they are better than
ever. Let us serve you. Carter's
THE PAINTZR'S BEST FRIEND
Of all the many liquid sub- a
stances which can be used for
the binding of paint or dry sub-
stances which when dissolved la
water are used as vehicles for
pigments 'none fulfills necessary
- what Is of enormous Jmportance,
mazes his work satisfactory.
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Three flavors to
suit all tastes.
Be SURE to fis?
m. At .1 if.
TEIE WIIPJPSOE MOTEL-
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room, service is
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to 15.
I ROBERT WL E1EYER, 1 jJ. KAVABJAUGH,
J BUnager. Proprietor.
WHITE STAR LINE
TRANSFER ir STORAGE
Lot us quoto you prices
on a Llonumcnt or Hcad Hcad-stono
stono Hcad-stono to mark tho last rost rost-ing
ing rost-ing place of your Xovod
r.lARBLE OH GRAfJlTE.
OCALA r.lARBLE WORKS
E. W. LEAVEN CO 0 D, Mgr.
N. Magnolia St
Tou hould pa-tronhce tho progretalre merchants who advertise la thest
coinmoi;nd jzre jFcrorielf monty. Alo hlo znk cicala a.4. JIarloaTow.
Read the Star Want Ads. It pay,
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mods:title Ocala weekly star
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mods:geographic Ocala (Fla.)
Marion County (Fla.)
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Ocala evening star
Ocala Evening Star
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2 3 March
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