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OGALA, FLORIDA,' SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1919.
. VOL. 26, NO. 102
OCALA THE HUB
OF THE WHEEL
It Was So Recognized by the Great
Rotary Gathering Here Friday
Afternoon and Evening
Ocala has often claimed to be the
hub of the state, but what is of more
V importance it is recognized by the
Florida 1 Rotarians which met here
Friday as being the hub of their
Delegates from the Rotary Clubs
of Jacksonville, Tampa,' Gainesville
; and" Lakeland began to arrive early
Friday afternoon, to attend the bus business
iness business and social meeting that official officially
ly officially recognized the Ocala club. They
were met at the union station with
cars by the Ocala Rotes and their
friends, and whisked away to the
Harrington for repairs from their
long and dusty journeys, after which
they were taken aboard autoes and
shown Silver Springs and the other
attractions of Ocala. .
At 8 o'clock the Ocala Rotes and
their guests met at the Woman's
Club, the spacious main room of
. which had bcei most handsomely pre prepared
pared prepared for the occasion. Here they
sat down alongside tables arranged
in the form cf a cross, and from that
time until aiter midnight the walls
of the room echoed constantly to
music, wit and mirth. Even eating
could not shut off the flow of -vocal
gaiety, for while one bunch of Rotes
was eating and listening, the others
would be singing or speaking, and
everybody was laughing pretty much
all the time.
When the viands were disposed of,
chairs were shoved back, cigars were
lit and a number of appropriate
speeches were delivered. The 'Rotes
are certainly there withgenuine ora oratory.
tory. oratory. The charter of the Ocala Club was
presented by John H Jay of Jack-,
sonville, district governor 'of Rotary,
and appreciatively received by Pres President
ident President Chace. The oath of the order
was administered in a wise and witty
speech by George Broadhurst,.-one-of
Tampa's 'most clever Rotes.
America was then sung, and the
gathering dispersed with mutual good
wishes from all present.
Of Great Advantage to Ocala
It is a great advantage, to Ocala
to have a Rotary Club. It links our
town with one of the most beneficial
and popular of business and social
organizations. Among those present
' last night were many recognized as
men of high ability not only in their
communities but by all the state.
; Following are some of the gems of
music contributed by the Tampa, con contingent:
tingent: contingent: K-K-K-Katy
J J J Jakie old Jakie Brown
Your're the first and biggest whole wholesale
sale wholesale man in town;
For all your kicking about the freight
Uncle Sam now makes you pay a
i Merry Widow
He wears his pink pajamas
In the summer when its hot
He wears his red pajamas
In the winter when its not,
And sometimes in the spring time
And sometimes in the fall,
Old Laurie Izlar hits the hay
With nothing on at all.
Oh, Bennie Rheinauer, Rheinauer,
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
To assist us in our drive for the Victory Loan we have secured the service of one of our army tanks,
manned by Sergeant H. C. Dickinson of Mulberry, Florida, and Corporal E. J. Elliott of Detroit, Michigan,
both of whom served 19 months over-seas in the tank service, taking part in the battles of Cantigny, St
Mihiel, and the Argonne" Forest.
The tank will be in Ocala all of Tuesday next, April 29, and there will be a field demonstration at the
Marion County fair grounds at three o'clock in the afternoon. This will be a great opportunity for the
citizens of Marion County to see a tank under actual service conditions, manned by veterans, and it is
hoped that a large crowd will turn out.
T. T. Monroe
Joint L. Edwards
ITALY IS HOLDING
Reports from the American Embassy
at Rome Are Not Re Reassuring
assuring Reassuring (Associated Press)
Paris, April -26. The peace con conference
ference conference is watching with interest
the result of today's developments in
Rome, where Premier Orlando arriv arrived
ed arrived this morning and where the events
cf the day are expected to disclose
whether hopes of a reconciliation can
be realized. Reports from the Amer American
ican American embassy at Rome are somewhat
AN INACCURATE REPORT
Paris, April 26. The report that
f Premiers Clemenceau and Lloyd
Gfcorge approved of President Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's statement on the Adriatic prob problem
lem problem was declared inaccurate in a
statement made today. The state statement
ment statement of the president was read' to
them and they were anxious that
publication be postponed in hopes
that an arrangement might be reach reached.
ed. reached. ANDREWS MUST LOOK OUT
Paris, April 26.Orders have been
sent to Rear Admiral Andrews, com commanding
manding commanding the American naval forces
in the Adriatic, to take exceptional
precautions to avoid possible disor disorders.
ders. disorders. CONFERENCE TODAY
Paris, April 26. All members of
the American peace delegation will
meet with President Wilson for a
conference at 2 p. m. today.
AI.T. KkTiTrN TO TTAT.Y
Paris," April 26. Foreign Minister
Sonnino and former Premier Salan Salan-dra
dra Salan-dra of the Italian delegation, left at
2 p. m. today for Rome. A large
crowd of sympathizers gave them an
avition at the station.
A TEST CASE
, London, April 26. -A majority of
the afternoon papers yesterday con continued
tinued continued to devote their leading' articles
to a discussion of President Wilson's
statement on the Italian situation.
The Westminster Gazette thinks it is
the firstest case of the league of na nations.
DEATH OF AN INFANT
Willard Mural Bailey, the infant
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Bailey,
died last night at 10:30 o'clock at
their home on the Shady Grove road.
This little child has been sick for
over six weeks. Everything was done
for it in the way of medical aid that
was possible, Mr. and Mrs.. Bailey
moved here several months ago and
bought the Munroe & Chambliss
farm. The people of their neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood deeply sympathize with them in
their bereavement in the loss of their
little one. The funeral services will
be held at their residence at four
o'clock. Rev. Smith Hardin will of officiate.
ficiate. officiate. E. C. Jordan & Co., funeral
directors, have charge of the ar arrangements.
FOR THE WEEK
Today: Carmel Myers in "Who Will
Marry Me." Sunshine comedy.
Mond: May Atkinson in "In for
WECTTdDIR Y LdDAM
Tremendous Applause Given Him by
an Immense Audience
Turin, April 26. When Premier
Orlando reached here yesterday, en
route from Paris to Rome, he was
greeted by an immense throng. Ad Addressing
dressing Addressing the Orowd, Orlando said he
had been defending Italy's rights but
his responsibility had come to an
end with a "No."
Asking how he should have an
swered, a great united shout of "No"
rose and the demonstration lasted ten
ITALY TRUSTS CLEMENCEAU
Rome, April 26. Minister of the
Interior Luzzatti has telegraphed
Premier Clemenceau asking him to
exert his best efforts to obtain satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction for Italy's demands and con concluding
cluding concluding says: "All Italy, in this hour
of passion, trusts in you."
A CHILDISH REVENGE
Rome, April 26. A demonstration
in protest against President Wilson's
attitude culminated in the changing
of the street named for him to Fiume
SWISS RECOGNIZE THE CZECHO CZECHOSLOVAKS
SLOVAKS CZECHOSLOVAKS Berne, April 26. The Swiss feder federal
al federal council has officially recognized the
IT PLEASES THE AUSTRIANS
Vienna, April 26. News of the
withdrawal of the Italian delegation
from the peace conference was receiv received
ed received her with elation, the people 'gen 'gen-eially
eially 'gen-eially being glad to see the Allies in
conflict with each other.
RESIGNED TO WAIT
St. Johns, .K. F., April ..26, The
British airmen who have been waiting
favorable weather for two weeks to
attempt a flight across the Atlantic,
apparently have resigned themselves
to a long delay.
OHIO FRUIT DAMAGED
Columbus, O., April 26. The dam damage
age damage o the Ohio fruit crop by the cola
weather during the last two days is
estimated at a million and a half to
two million dollars.
Reidsville, N. C, April 25. Mrs.
Alfred Calloway and three children
were burned to death this morning in
their home here.
MRS. BARTON KEEP
Mrs. Barton Keep, who shot her herself
self herself yesterday morning at 9 o'clock,
died in the afternoon at 3 o'clock. The
best of medical aid was summoned
and every attention was given the
dying woman, but in vain. She is
survived by her husband, Mr. Barton
Keep of Boardman. The body was
brought to Ocala and prepared for
shipment and the remains were for forwarded
warded forwarded this morning at 5:30 to Live
Oak, where interment will take place.
. C. Jordan. & Co., funeral directors,
had charge of the arrangements.
STEADY GROWTH OF
A THE VICTORY LOAN
It Tabulated Six Hundred and Fifty
Million Dollars According U
Today's Summing Up
Washington, April 26. A little
more than six hundred and fifty mill million
ion million dollars had been subscribed to the
Victory liberty loan and officially
tabulated at the treasury today.
Washington, April 26. The' Italian
situation in the peace negotiations is
"clearing rapidly," according to
Paris advices received at the White
House today. They stated the action
of the president was endorsed eve everywhere.
rywhere. everywhere. CONFEDERATES IN
THE COMMON CAUSE
New York, April 26. Col. Theo Theodore
dore Theodore Roosevelt, referring to the ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance of former Confederates as
members of the American Legion, in
a statement issued here today, said
all questions of eligibility would be
decided at St. Louis,' May 8th.
DELEGATES HAVE POWER
Berlin, April 26 Professor Walter
Schuecking, one of the German dele delegates
gates delegates to the peace conference at
Versailles, says the powers of the
German delegates will be quite suffi sufficient
cient sufficient to enable them to sign the peace
treaty on the spot. Naturally, he ad added,
ded, added, the national assembly must sanc sanction
tion sanction the treaty.
COMMITTEE TAKES UP
FORT BILL MONDAY
Will Take Action Concerning Measure
to Regulate Traffic on Marion
The good roads committee of the
Marion County Board of Trade will
meet in-the -Board of; Trade room
Monday afternoon, April 28,- at 2 p.
m., to take such action as might be
deemed necessary in connection with
the bill of Representative Fort to pro protect
tect protect the highways and bridges of the
county. Numerous objections to the
bill were raised against the measure
at the meeting pf the commercial or or-ganiaztion
ganiaztion or-ganiaztion Thursday night, and the
bill was referred to the good roads
committee with directions' that im immediate
mediate immediate action be taken in the matter.
The bill affects owners of trucks
and trailers especially. It provides
among other things that no truck
shall operate on the roads of Marion
county without pneumatic tires. It
also provides for a speed limit of fif fifteen
teen fifteen miles an hour.
The -members of the good roads
committee are: Nathan Mayo, Sum Sum-merfield,
merfield, Sum-merfield, chairman; L. K. Edwards,
Irvine; J. K. Christian, Mcintosh; E.
C. Beuchler, Anthony; J. L. Gran Grantham,
tham, Grantham, Sparr; George Pasteur, An Anthony;
thony; Anthony; C. B. Howell, Lowell; S. H.
Martin, Fort McCoy; J. G. Basakin,
Dunnellon; S. H. Blitch, Blitchton;
N. A. Fort, Moss Bluff; Dr. H. W.
Henry, Ocala; J. M. Douglas, Weirs Weirs-dale;
dale; Weirs-dale; Reuben Redding, Ocala; Percy
Thigpen, Mart el; R. F. Rogers, Ocala;
R. L. Martin, R. S. Rogers. E. A. Os Osborne,
borne, Osborne, S. T. Sistrunk, A. C. Bolwers,
J. R. Moorhead, Ocala, and E. F. Ron,
THE SOUTH HONORS
With Tears and Flowers and Helps
the Living by Work for
the Victory Loan
Atlanta, April 26. Confederate
Memorial Day is being generally ob observed
served observed today throughout the South.
Patriotic exercises, parades and the
decoration of the graves of soldiers
marked the day. Many communities
held liberty loan drives.
SUCCESS IN SIGHT
FirstWeek's Work Shows that the
Victory Loan is in Great
Atlanta, April 26. The Victory
Liberty Loan offers the final oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity for American people to sub subscribe
scribe subscribe to the governemnt securities
of large denomination, for financing
the great war. Invest now before the
books are closed and be numbered
among the millions of citizens who
loaned their money to bring the war
to a speedy conclusion.
This is the appeal made by the Vic Victory
tory Victory loan workers throughout the
Sixth Federal Reserve district, by
county and district workers. Its ef effect
fect effect is being felt through an avalan avalanche
che avalanche of subscriptions being reported
to headquarters. As the campaign
advances the gloom which seemed to
have settled over the district before
April 21st is rapidly disappearing.
Every day counties are being report reported
ed reported "over thetop" with a wide distri distribution
bution distribution of the securities.
Reports from county chairmen indi-.
cate that aside from the fact that
this is the last chance to subscribe to
the liberty loan, the attractive invest investment
ment investment features of the Victory loan are
bringing thousands of sales from un un-expetced
expetced un-expetced quarters. People are begin beginning
ning beginning to realize that a government se security
curity security paying 4 interest is not of offered
fered offered every day. This being the last
popular war loan, the investor does
not ivant to lose the opportunity to
put his money where it will bring the
largest possible return with the
The first week of the Victory loan
campaign is drawing to a close with
a better showing for the sixth dis district
trict district than in any previous drive.
While official reports from the treas treasury
ury treasury department do not show up very
very well, district officials have in in-foramtion
foramtion in-foramtion from county chairmen
showing that this district has placed
a larger proportion of its quota at
this time than at the same period in
It has been surprising to some
chairmen how easy it has been to sell
the Victory Loan. In some quarters
it was thought the people would not
buy again, but in many instances
these very counties were the first to
be reported over.
NEWSPAPER BURNED OUT
Norfolk, April 26. Fire complete completely
ly completely wrecked the Ledger-Dispatch
building here today, causing two
hundred thousand dollars damage.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss have
gone to Plant City to attend the ser services
vices services at the Primitive Baptist church.
While there they will be guests of Dr.
and Mrs. W. J. Holton. J
IE ENTRIES NOV
FDR MARKET DAY
Send List of Chattels to -be Auc Auctioned
tioned Auctioned to Chairman of the
The farmers of the county, and
others, woh intend to participate in
the auction on Market Day to be held
in Ocala on Tuesday, May 6, under the
auspices of the Marion County Board
of Trade, should begin sending in
their entries at once to the "Chair "Chairman,
man, "Chairman, Market Day Committee, Marion
County Board of Trade."
The chattels to be auctioned off
should be brought into Ocala early on
Market Day, in order that each ar article
ticle article might be properly tagged before
the sale begins at 10 o'clock. The
auction will take place on the lot ad adjoining
joining adjoining the city hall. Entries are
free. There are no charges whatever
for participation in the auction. When
the chattels are brought in each will
be tagged and a duplicate of the tag
given to the owner. The sales are to
be concluded on the spot and all ar articles
ticles articles sold turned over to the highest
bidders as paid for. Anyone wanting
further information can obtain it from
the members of the Market Day com committee,
mittee, committee, Messrs. Arthur C. Cobb, chair chairman,
man, chairman, C. C. Balkcom and Max Israel Israel-son,
son, Israel-son, or from Louis H. Chazal, secer secer-tary
tary secer-tary of the Marion County Board of
Posters have been gotten out and
will be distributed over the county as
fast as possible.
MISSED THE MINE BY
A NARROW ESCAPE
London, April 26, The transport
Leviathan arrived yesterday with
12,000 troops, several units of which
are of the Rainbow division, includ including
ing including large detachments of the 149th
and 150th Field Artillery, 166th and
168th Infantry regiments.
The Leviathan missed a mine by
only thirty feet while off the Grand
Banks of Newfoundland Tuesday
morning-, her -officers reported when
she docked. A floating infernal ma machine
chine machine was sighted dead ahead of the
Leviathan, officers said, at 10:30 a.
m., by Lieut. Commander Harold
Cunningham, on the bridge. Quick
thinking and quick action was all
that avoided a collision. A desperate
whil of the wheel setn the great
steamship past the mine with a ten
yards margin of safety.
SOUTH WILL BE REPRESENTED
New York, April 26, The South
wilf be represented at the first na national
tional national conference on lynching here
May 5th and Cth. It was announced
today that Governor O'Neill of Ala Alabama,
bama, Alabama, has accepted an invitation to
speak, and a number of other south southerners
erners southerners will be present.
TALIANS SORE ON AMERICANS
Paris, April 26- An American of officer
ficer officer arriving here from Rome says
the feeling against the Americans
there is very bitter. He asserts he
was asked to leave a cafe because the
proprietors said Italian officers de declined
clined declined to eat in the same place witn
We are now prepared to send you
Brick Ice Cream in any quantity. The
Court Pharmacy. 26-St
OCAJLA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1919
OCALA EVENING STAR
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OF OCALA, FLA.
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Electros must be mounted, or charge
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LeesburK has gone over the top in
the Victory Loan.
Owing -to the war only 284,500 new
communicants were gained by the
churches in 1918, the smallest annual
gain in the present century.
Nearly GOO Japanese who served in
the United States army in Hawaii
during the war, and thus became
eligible for naturaliaztion, are obtain obtaining
ing obtaining citizenship papers and leaving for
In the next Congress Congressman
Gallivan of Massachusetts will intro introduce
duce introduce a bill to repeal the wartime pro prohibition
hibition prohibition act and an amendment to the
constitution eliminating the prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition amendment.
Fifty thousand workers in Boston
have adopted a protest against the
ratification of the prohibition amend amendment
ment amendment without a referendum, and urg urged
ed urged the repeal of the president's war wartime
time wartime prohibition order.
The senate bill providing for the
furnishing of free school books from
the funds of school tax districts has
received an unfavorable report by the
unanimous vote of the committee on
education. At the present price of
books, it would take all the money the
average district can raise.
Ocala is blessed with at least two
real philosophers. One is Editor .Ben .Benjamin
jamin .Benjamin of the Star, and the other is
William Hocker. Punta Gorda Her Herald.
ald. Herald. We are tickled half to death to be
finked up in such distinguished com company,
pany, company, but we wonder what Mr. Hock Hocker
er Hocker thinks about it.
Leaders of the lumber industry say
that supplies of pine in the South will
be exhausted in ten years and that
within about sever years over 3000
mills will go out of existence. The
problem of supplies for paper mills
and other industries in the East using
specialized materials has already be become
come become acute.
ance and making appropriation there therefor."
for." therefor." It is proposed that the "health"
cars of the state board of health be
equipped to advertise Florida and be
used for several months before dis disposed
posed disposed of. If this bill becomes law it
will be another useless expense and
imposition on the people, and furnish
a graft for somebody's political pets.
WAR RISK INSURANCE
Senator Hughlett has introduced a
bill to "create the office of commis commissioner
sioner commissioner of immigration and publicity
for Florida, defining duties and pow powers,
ers, powers, providing for necessary assist-
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The Marion County Board of Trade
is in receipt of a statement of Car Carter
ter Carter Glass, secretary of the treasury,
in which is made clear some points of
doubt with regards to the war risk in insurance.
surance. insurance. Mr. Glass' statement is as follows:
"Considerable confusion and much
misunderstanding seems to prevail
among the relatives and beneficiaries
of men in the military and naval ser service
vice service as to their rights under the war
risk insurance act. Many mothers
and fathers named as beneficiaries of
the government insurance applied for
by their sons have gained the im impression
pression impression that they must prove de dependency
pendency dependency in order to receive pay payments
ments payments of insurance. This is an en entirely
tirely entirely erroneous impression probably
due to a confusion of the insurance
and compensation provisions of the
act of Congress of October 6, 1917,
and to a mistaken assumption that
the terms "Insurance" and "Compen "Compensation"
sation" "Compensation" are used interchangeably,
whereas they represent two entirely
separate and distinct benefits.
"Insurance is payable regardless of
any dependency and a beneficiary
designated in an application for gov government
ernment government insurance if within the per
mitted class of spouse, child, grand
child, parent, brother or sister is en entitled
titled entitled to receive the insurance in
monthly installments without prov
ing any dependency upon the insured.
" 'Compensation however, which is
separate and apart from insurance and
takes the place of the pension pro provided
vided provided under the old pension system, is
payable only to a wife, child, depend dependent
ent dependent mother or dependent father of a
man who is disabled or dies as a re
sult of injury suffered or disease con
tracted in the line of duty while em employed
ployed employed in the active service. Com Compensation
pensation Compensation may be payable in addition
to insurance, but a mother or father
must prove actual dependency in
order to receive monthly payments of
compensation although they will re
ceive the insurance in monthly in
stallments if named as the beneficiary
thereof whether they are dependent
"No dependency need be shown by
any beneficiary in order to reecive the
government insurance, but a mother
or father must prove actual depend
ency upon their deceased son for the
necessaries of life in order to receive
the additional payment of compensation."
MICKY IS THE STAR'S DEVIL
Papers printing advice and lectures
to boys and girls are wasting their
space. Boys don't read the papers at
all and girls read only the society re
ports. Those few who may read the
Solomonic admonitions of the press,
pay no attention to them. Punta
The Herald might add to this that
the wise old guys that spill long lec
tures to boys and girls, when they
get them cornered, are also wasting
time. While they are being lectured
and advised, alithe children think
about it, how soon can they get away.
Just think of it: the government is
going to pay the expenses of the
newspaper editors to that meeting in
Atlanta. Think of newspaper jmen
getting something for the work 'that
they have done. St. Petersburg In
Newspaper men have not done any
more for the government than was
their duty to do.. What was their
work in comparison with that of the
boys in khaki and the boys in blue?
Congressman Clark drew a full
house at Tallahassee Wednesday
night when he talked to the legisla
ture and senate. He is now a veteran
representative of the state in Wash
ington and his words of reason and
eloquence are listened to eagerly.-
He would make a much better dem
ocratic floor leader than any of the
gentlemen mentioned for the job.
Congressman Fuller of Massachu
setts stated that a certain congress congressman,
man, congressman, seeking the nomination for gov governor
ernor governor in his state, sought to curry
favor with the voters by franking
them 640,000 parcels of books. The
postage at ordinary rates would have
totaled $300,000, but the government
carried them free. The franking
privilege is a fraud and should be
Every time we have criticised the
faults of our public school system, our
opponents among the teachercraft
have said we didn't know what we
were talking about and had no busi
ness to say it anyhow. They will
hardly speak this, however, of Col.
Robert W. Davis, who while in active
practice was admitted one of the
foremost lawyers of Florida, who has
represented this district in Congress,
and whois now mayor of Gainesville
and editorial writer on the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sun. Commenting on an article
in the Star, Col. Davis wrote:
"We have often wondered how small
children could be expected to compre
hend some of the school books placed
in their hands in our public schools
We have wondered, as well, at the
great number of studies required. We
have looked with awe at Milne's
arithmetic placed in the hands of fifth
and sixth grade children. A book that
jumps from a simple proposition to a
complex one. So complex, indeed,
that mothers almost weep as they try
to help their struggling tots to com comprehend
prehend comprehend it. Learned teachers tell us
that books like that 'train' the youth youthful
ful youthful minds. They do not train, but they
discourage. The Ocala Evening Star
has an admirable editorial on this
subject, all of which we wish we could
copy. We give these extracts.
tical men and women know that what
the Star says is true. They know that
the greatest minds of this land, pres present
ent present and past, never had such cork corkscrew
screw corkscrew 'training' as the present com
mon school system requires."
Al THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Mrs.
Jennie Whitfield, superintendent.
m m m
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching. Subject,
Dynamic of Efficiency."
5 p. m. Junior Epworth League.
6:45 d. m. Senior Enworth Lea true.
7:45 p. m. Preaching on "Charity."
7:45 p. m., Wednesday, prayer
meeting. Let our members as far as
possible attend the prayer meeting.
God has called his church to a
great task. The centenary is a part
of that undertaking and the world is
crying for the help of the church.
Therefore I ask that every member
of our church and friend pray and
work for God to bless us in this great
work. All are cordially invited to
worship with us.
Smith Hardin, Pastor.
The Rev. Wm. H. Wrighton will
preach his closing sermons Sunday in
the First Baptist church, and will
leave for Valdosta, Ga., on Monday.
He will be glad to meet all friends at
the close of the evening service, as
this will be his only opportunity to
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Morning service at 11 a. m. Sermon
to adults on "The Blessed Hope." Five
minute sermon to boys and girls.
B. Y. P. U. at 7 p. m.
Evening service at 8 p. m. Subject,
"A Farewell Wish." Come but come
The pastor will preach at Belleview
at 2:30 p. m., Ocala time.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
L. M. Murray, superintendent.
11 a. m. Public worship.
2:30 p. m. Junior Society.
8 p. m. Wednesday, mid week
Dr. N. E. Davis of Cleevland, Ohio,
will preach at the morning service,
and there will be no service m the
evening. The congregation will at attend
tend attend Rev. Wm. H. Wrighton's fare
well service at the Baptist church at
8 p. m.
The pastor will preach at the girls'
industrial school at 3 p.m.
The session will meet at the close
of the Sabbath school.
The public is cordially invited to
worship with us.
John R. Herndon, Pastor.
First Sunday after Easter
8 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser
mon by pastor.
No evening service as the pastor
will be conducting services at Wood-
The annual congregational meeting
of Grace church will be held on Mon Monday
day Monday next at 8 p. m. in the church.
St. Philip's Catholic
Every first Sunday of the month
there will be three services: First at
7:30 a. m., second at 10:30 a. m. and
third at 5:30 p. m.
The other Sundays and holidays
services will be at 10:30 a. m. and
5:30 p. m.
Daily service at 7:30 a. m.
Christian Science Society of Ocala
10 a. m.-Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service.
7:45 p. m. Wednesday.
Reading room Commercial Bank
building, second floor, open daily ex
cept Sunday, from 3 to 5 p. m.
f TOTAL RESOURCES
I OVER $1
THOSE who have seen our recent financial
statements wilJ be convinced of our ability
to take care of our customers with loans for the
purpose of carrying on their business.,. We are
anxious to aid in development of Ocala and Mar Marion
ion Marion County for we profit in proportion.
THE MUNMOE & CHAMBLISS
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.
lrCJpm. Jacksonville 3:28 pm.
4:07 pm. Jacksonville 5:10 p.m
i Tamp a
Manatee C 2:50 am.
St. Petersburg )
3:26 pm. Tampa-Manatee 1:41pm.
5:10 pm. Tampa-fit. Petersburg 4:07 pm.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 pro J'cksonville-New York 3:15 am.
2:20 pm. J'ksonvllle-O'lnesvllle 3:35 pm.
6:42 am. J'luonvllle-O'nesvllle 10T13 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pet'sbrg-L&keland 2:12 am.
3:35 pm. St. Pefsbrgr-Lakeland 2:00 pm.
7:10 am. Dunnellon- Wilcox
7.40 am. Du'nellon-L'keland 11:03 pm.
3:25 pm. Homosa&sa 1:45 pm.
10:13 pm. Leesburgr 6:42 am.
4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
A REAL BARGAIN
A Velie touring car with starter
and battery; new tires and top. Car
in A-l shape. Price, $350. Come look
it over. Auto Sales Co. 23-6t
Peptona, the Great Tonic tf
Automobile Accessories and Vulcanizing
"Red Spot" Lights, Ford Floor Mats, "Ever Ready" and American
Flashlights, all Kinds of Tire Repair Accessories.
A Bear ) GILLETT SAFETY ( One Gillett
Fop Wear t TIRES and TUBES l Sells a sel
ALTMAN 8c CHARLES CO.
Main St. and Ocklawaha Ave. Ocala, Florida,
WHITE STAR LINE
LI o vlng
The Southeastern Iron & Metal Co.
of Atlanta, Ga., has opened a branch
office at the corner of Osceola and
South Third streets, near the electric
light plant. We are prepared to pay
the highest market price for all kinds
of waste material, iron, old automo automobiles
biles automobiles and machinery, rags, rubber and
metals. Write, wire or phone us what
you have. Our trucks will call any anywhere
where anywhere within a radius of ten miles of
Southeastern Iron & Metal Co.,
21-tf Phone 167.
A i i
All XllljJUl LctIlU
Our Mr. J. J. Blalock leaves in a
few days for Akron, Ohio, where he
will take a course in CORD tire re repairing
pairing repairing in the Goodrich factory. As
the work, on this class of tires is in increasing
creasing increasing daily and there- is no place
in Central Florida where same can
be handled efficiently, we deem this
the only way to keep our establish establishment
ment establishment in the front rank, where it has
2t BLALOCK BROS.
After May 1st there will be an added war tax on all kinds of
drinks served at soda fountains, such as carbonated drinks, milk
shakes, sundaes, ice cream etc. This tax MUST BE PAID BY THE
CONSUMER upon the following basis:
Each 5c drink (including war tax)... 6c
Each 10c drink (including war lax) 11c
Each 15c drink (including war tax) 17c
Each 20c drink (including war tax) 22c
Each 25c drink (including war tax) 28c
Section 630 oi the new Revenue Law says:
"That on and after May 1st, 1919, there shall be levied, as assessed,
sessed, assessed, collected, and paid a tax of 1 cent for each 10 cents or frac fraction
tion fraction thereof of the amount paid to any person conducting a soda
fountain, ice cream parlor, or other similar place of business, for
drinks comonly known as soft drinks, compounded or mixed at such
place of business, or for ice cream, ice cream sodas, sundaes, or
other similar articles of food or drink, when any of theabove are,
sold on or after that such date for consumption in or in proximity to
such place of business. SUCH TAX SHALL BE PAID BY THE PUR PURCHASER
CHASER PURCHASER TO THE VENDOR AT THE TIME OF THE SALE and
shall be collected, returned, and paid to tbe United States by such
vendor in the same manner as provided in section 502."
TO PAY FOR WORLD LIBERTY
THE COURT PHARMACY
i S0-& 00-S"S'S
OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, APRIL 26. 1919
Salt Ocean Whiting
per lb. 10c
This fish is packed in brine the
same as mackerel is packed. The meat
is whije and the fish weigh from
eight to sixteen ounces.
North Carolina Round Herring
per lb. 10c
This fish is packed in brine some something
thing something on the order of the the brine in
which Holland herring comes. The
fish is fat and juicy and makes an
O. K. TE
DON'T wait until yoa are injur injured
ed injured or sick to ask for. an Acci Accident
dent Accident and Health Policy. CALL
A DOCTOR THEN.
DONT wait until you are on your
death bed to ask for Life Insur Insurance.
ance. Insurance. CALL AN UNDERTAK UNDERTAKER
ER UNDERTAKER THEN.
DONT wait until your house
catches fire to ask for Fire In Insurance.
surance. Insurance. CALL THE FIRE DE DEPARTMENT
PARTMENT DEPARTMENT THEN.
L. T. IZLR, GARY BLOCK
DONT WAIT. DO IT NOW.
OBEY THAT IMPULSE
DO YOU KNOW:
,r;-j--?. rne leakage 01 nerve
force thru defective
eyes is responsible for
one-half the human ills?
Dr. K. J. Weihe,
Graduate Optometrist -With
Weihe Co., Jewelers, Ocala, Fla.
EAT AT THE
GREEK- AMER1CAH CAFE
A la CARTE SERVICE
lEverylhlog In the Market
Best Home Cooking
H. D. Baxter
114 S. Magnolia St., Next to
Clarkson Hardware Store.
F. W. DITTO
Local Agent for the
PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO.
About the new Life Policies now
being written by this, grand old
F. W DITTO, OCALA.FLA.
DIRECT FROM OUR FISHING
BOATS TO YOU!
Delicious fresh caught Dry
Salt Fish direct to the consumer
by prepaid parcel post or express
15 lbs. for $2.00
Special price on barrel Tots"
THE ST. GEORGE
St. George on .the Gulf
Mclver :& MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EIIB AIMERS
PHONES 47. 104. SOS
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract wort Gives More and Better
Work for the Honey than any other
contractor In the city.
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD
If you have any society items,
please phone One-Two-One (121).
Mr. E. A. Osborne has gone to
Louisville and other points in Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky on a business trip.
Peptona is sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Store at one dollar per bottle, tf
Mrs. Robert Markley of Clearwater,
who has been in the city for the past
ten days, expects to return home to today.
day. today. Let us send you a Brick of Ice
Cream for your Sunday dinner. The
Court Pharmacy. 26-3t
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Lanier will regret to learn that their
little daughter, Jessie Rae remains
House dresses in Ginghams and
Percales, 98c and $1.39. B. Goldman. 3
Mrs. N. Hickman, who has been
spending the winter with her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. L. R. Chazal, expects to
leave tomorrow for New York.
Large supply of Velvet Beans and
Chufas now on hand. The Ocala
Seed Store. 7-11-19
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Dosh and son,
Robert, arrived last evening from
their home in Macon, and are the
guests for a few days of Mr. and
Mrs. R. N. Dosh.
Mullet and sea trout received fresh
every day at the Delicatessen Market,
opposite fire station. 22-5t
Miss Fraser, who has been spend spending
ing spending the winter in Ocala, at the home
of Mrs. George Pasteur, expect to
leave Monday for Detroit. Miss
Fraser has spent several winters here
and her many friends will regret to
hear that she does not expect to re
turn next winter.
The" Star will pay five dollars for
evidence sufficient to warrant the ar
rest of any person woh takes a copy
ofthe Evening Star from the prem premises
ises premises of any of our subscribers with without
out without the owner's consent.
Fairfield, April 23. Many of the
farmers here are shipping beans.
Miss Florence Campbell of Eustis
is visiting Miss Irene Rou.
Mr. A. J. McLaughlin and family
were callers at Reddick Sunday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. As Easter party was given at the
home of Mrs. Mary Rou Friday eve evening.
ning. evening. Quite a number from Reddick,
Lowell, Citra and Fairfield attended.
The young folks had quite an enjoy enjoyable
able enjoyable time, playing games and crack cracking
ing cracking and eating eggs.
Quite a number from our commu community
nity community attended the educational rally
and barbecut at Reddick Saturday
and enjoyed the day very much.
Masters Edward Capell and Noah
Griffin of Eustis were visitors here
Saturday and Sunday.
We understand that Dr. R. D. Fer Ferguson
guson Ferguson has decided to remain at Red Reddick
dick Reddick and will occupy the Methodist
parsonage at present.
Mr. Milton Jones of Jacksonville,
visited his parents here Sunday.
Mr. E. H. Miller returned to Okla Okla-waha,
waha, Okla-waha, where he is teaching school,
leaving Sunday afternoon, after a
week-end visit to his daughter,- Mrs.
Louis Reichendefer and family.
WANTED. LOST, FOUND. FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Large supply of Velvet Beans and
Chufas now on hand. The Ocala
Seed Store. 7-11-19
Miss Ellen Stripling, who has been
attending grand opera in Atlanta this
week, expects to resume her studies,
Monday, at Brenau, where she is at
tending school. MissStripling has
been sick but we arexglad to say that
she is entirely recovered and enjoying
her usual good health.
A BUICK New tires and top. Car
in good shape. Price $175. Auto
Sales Co. 23-6t
Mrs. Brick and Mrs. Church, who
have been spending the winter in
Ocala, having rented the Mormen
house, expect to leave Tuesday for
their home m Willimantic, Ky. The
many friends that they have made
during their stay here hope that "they
will be with them again next winter.
Mullet and sea trout received fresh
each day at the Delicatessen Market,
opposite fire station. 22-5t
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McCarley and
baby of West Palm Beach, are spend spending
ing spending a few days in Boardman, visiting
Mr. McCarley's mother and father.
They are expected to return to Ocala
Monday, and while in the city will be
guests of Mrs. McCarley's brother,
Mr. F. W. Cook and family.
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
Mullet and sea trout received fresh
each day at the Delicatessen Market,
opposite fire station. 22-5t
Miss Agnes Davidson of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, synodical field secretary of the
Presbyerian church, who has been
making Ocala her headquarters while
visiting the smaller places around
here, expects to leave today for Dun Dun-nellon.
nellon. Dun-nellon. Miss Davidson while in Ocala
has been the guest of Mrs. W. W.
Mondon. Yesterday afternoon Miss
Davidson visited Mcintosh, speaking
to the ladies of. the Presbyterian
church in that place. She was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mrs. W. W. Condon, Mrs.
E. A. Osborne and Miss Mary Mc McDowell,
Dowell, McDowell, the party making the "trip in
Mrs. Osborne's car.
It you want a real bargain in a
used automobile, we got um. Auto
Sales Co. 23-6t
RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c: six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in advance.
WHY PAY 75c. for indispensable of office
fice office household article when you can
make for third cost? Don't delay;
answer now. WILLIAMS, Box 1123,
Jacksonville, Fla. It
FOR RENT Possession May 1st,
bungalow, six rooms and bath; fine
condition; large lot; Al neighborhood.
See L. M. Murray, Holder block,
Ocala, Fla. 25-3t
RAGS WANTED At the Star ofilce.
Clean bed or table linen. Bring
what you have to the office,, or phone
WARNIN G Riggs Disease
approaches as a cold use
my preparation at once and
be relived if the dreaded dis disease.
ease. disease. Pons Pyorrhoea Rem Remedy.
edy. Remedy. 2t
WANTED All kinds of second hand
Furniture, Stoves, Organs and
other household necessities. Get my
prices. L. Hurst, at B. Goldman's,
Ocala, Fla. 24-lm
Corporal Joe Hays, formerly an
Ocala boy, but who enlisted from
Savannah, has been in the city visit visiting
ing visiting his old friends. It is a long way
from Ocala to the Argonne, but Joe
made the trip an came back again.
He was in the ordnance department
of the S. O. S., and did much arduous
work under fire, one of a soldier's
mbst trying tasks. His work and ex exposure
posure exposure in the campaign put him un under
der under the surgeon's care, and he is now
located at Camp Gordon, which he left
last week for a brief furlough. He
will return to Camp Gordon tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, and when entirely recovered will
enter one of the vocational schools
which the governemnt has established
for its soldiers.
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear. Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
FOR TRADE Farm of 40 acres in
Baldwin county, Alabama, near the
town of Foley. Twenty or more acres
cleared and stumped; no waste land.
Good six-room house, 1 stories. Two
good wells. Barn for four head of
stock, hay mound above, corn-crib
holding 500 bushels of corn. Will trade
for property in Ocala. H. Blackburn,
Ocala, county agent. 24-6t
FORD BARGAIN A cut down Ford
roadster in good shape for $175
cash. Auto Sales Company.. Mack
Taylor. Phone 348. 22-6t
FOUND A place where all kinds of
second hand household furniture
can be turned into cash. Apply to L.
Hurst, at B. Goldman's, Ocala. 24-lm
WANTED Your stove, range and
refrigerator repair work. We also
buy and sell second hand stoves. Acme
Stove Hospital, Phone 326, No. 717 N.
WANTED 5000 PEOPLE AFTER AFTERNOONS
NOONS AFTERNOONS AND EVENINGS to read
the Ocala Star and next day leave
orders for light, heavy or long dis distance
tance distance hauling with the Maxwell
Transfer Co., L. E. Yonce, Ocala, Fla.
FOR RENT Five room cottage near
primary and high schools; good
neighborhood; all modern conven conveniences,
iences, conveniences, including bath room, garage,
also garden space. Apply to C. M.
Livingston, Ocala, Fla. 17-tf
WOOD An honest load of wood can
be had by phoning Smoak's Wood
Yard, phone 146. tf
FOR SALE We have on hand a
worm-driven Ford truck which we will
sell at a bargain. Auto Sales Co.,
North Main St., phone 248. tf
AUTO REPAIR SERVICE For
quick and reliable automobile service
come to the Florida House Garage. J.
C. Lanier and HL C. Williams. 8-lm
DENTISTS do not dilute my
preparaton: use hypodermic hypodermic-ally
ally hypodermic-ally as it is. Pons Pyorrhoea
No alterations, no returns or on ap approvals
provals approvals We only have a limited num number
ber number of these attractive modeled dresses
that we are offering at this extraordi extraordinary
nary extraordinary low prices.
No dresses will be sold until Monday
and it is a rape opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity of which you can avail
.Memnieiiinilber tffine Price
Aedl tffiue Place
Suffering Described As Torture
Relieved by Black-Draught.
Rossville, Ga. Mrs. Kate Lee Able, o!
this place, writes: "My husband Is an
engineer, and once while lifting, he In Injured
jured Injured himself with a piece of heavy ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, across the abdomen He was
so sore he could not bear to press on
himself at all, on chest or abdomen. He
weighed 165 lbs., and fell off until he
weighed 110 lbs., in two weeks.
He became constipated and it looked
like he would die. We had three different
doctors, yet with all their medicine, his
bowels failed to act. He would turn up
a ten-cent bottle of castor oil, and drink
it two or three days in succession. He
did this yet without result We became
desperate, he suffered so. He was swol swollen
len swollen terribly. He told me his suffering
could only be described as torture.
I sent and bought Thedford's Black Black-Draught.
Draught. Black-Draught. I made him take a big dose,
and when it began to act he fainted, he
was in such misery, but he got relief and.
bega? x mend at once. He got well,
and we both feel he owes his life to
Thedford's Black-Draught will help you
to keep fit, ready for the day's work.
Try itl NC-131
In -the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida, 'in and
for Marlon County In Chancery.
A. R. Eastwood. Complainant, va. John
Watson Wilson and wife, Cathe Catherine
rine Catherine C Wilson, Defendants.
Order for Constructive Service.
It Is ordered that the defendants
herein named, to-wit: John Watson
Wilson and his wife. Catherine C. Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, be and they are hereby required
to appear to the bill of complaint
filed In this cause on or before
Monday the 12tk day of May, 1919.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Star, a newspaper published in
said county and state.
This 4th day of April, 1919.
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT.
Clerk Circuit Court, (Marlon County.
Florida. By Ruth Ervln. D. C
HAMPTON & TRANTHAM.
Complainant's Solicitors. 4-S-aat
The annual Adamsville picnic will
be held on May 15th, at the usual
place, two miles east of Coleman.
Ering well-filled baskets and have "a
good social time. Everybody is invit invited,
ed, invited, especially the old folks.
M. S. Hill, Chairman.
Gingham and Percale house dresses
93c and $1.39. B. Goldman. St
Real vs. False Economy
At This Time
Resist the mental suggestion to curtail your regular taking of ice
until "the weather turns warm again." Your refrigerator is going
nicely now it is well chilled and it is doing full duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it et&y sulk on you all the
remainder of the season.
OCALA ICE AND PACKING COMPANY
THIRTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN THE BUSINESS.
J. W. HOWTEK
GUN AND LOCKSMITH
GUNS, REVOLVERS, PISTOLS, LOCKS, LAWN MOWERS, UM UMBRELLAS,
BRELLAS, UMBRELLAS, ETC., REPAIRED.
SAWS AND SCISSORS
We Buy and Sell All Kinds of Second Hand Articles. -Only Ex Exclusive
clusive Exclusive Second Hand Store in Town.
301 SOUTH MAIN ST.
A Few Sizes In Fisk Tires That 1
Wish To Close OUt
At Low Prices
12 30x3 1-2 Plain 515.00 each
5 34x4 Non Skid $30.00 each
1 35x4 1-2 Plain at S40.00
These Tires bear 3500 Mile Guarantee
V (LP L A W S 2 fl
BAWIES "TIE HUE MM"
OCALA ... FLORIDA
This line o' type is placed here to remind you that advertising pays.
OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY. APRIL 26, 1919
A telegram from New York an announces
nounces announces that Mr. W. T. Gary, who has
been with the Y. M. C. A. in France"
almost a year, landed this morning.
The Temple tonight will give its
patrons one of those live Sunshine
comedies, the "Fatal Marriage," and
pretty Carmel .Myers will pathetically
ask, "Who Will Marry Me?" If she
was in the flesh instead of on the
screen we know who would answer.
The members of the freshman and
sophomore classes of the Ocala high
school, with their teachers, are the
guests of Mr. Ed Carmichael on a
boat trip down the Oklawaha river.
They left early this morning in cars
for the springs, taking their lunch
with them. They anticipated a most
The junior class of the Ocala high
school will entertain the seniors at a
banquet tonight at 8 o'clock at the
Mr. Ben Cook of West Palm Beach,
manager and owner of the Keystone
hotel of that place, is visiting his son,
Mr. Fred Cook.
COUNTY GUARDS REGRET
TO LOSE THEIR CHAPLAIN
What dessert more appeals to the
children or grown-ups as well than
ice cream that is right. Order a brick
from us. The Court Pharmacy. 26-3t
Eo JORDAN & CO.
FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS
We Handle theFamous
Come in and Let us Demonstrate the Pathe.
Yon will be suprised at tlie dilference
when using the Pathe Sapphire Ball.
We guarantee every Pathe Record to play
at least one thousand times with the Pathe
Sapphire Ball, without impairment to the
unexcelled beauty of tone and without
showing any perceptible wear on the record.."
' We can supply attachments for playing Pathe records on Victor
or Columbia machines. A demonstration will show how much better
tone is obtained by using the celebrated Sapphire ball instead of a
steel needle. The price of this attachment, including needle and dou double
ble double face demonstration record is only 85 cents.
Corner Fort King Ave. and S. Magnolia St.
Lf i y k j I i
hone 101 1
the unive:rsa car
Ford cars are more useful today than
ever before; a necessity in village, town
city and country; the utility of farmer,
merchant, contractor, salesman, doc-
tor, clergyman; a profitable factor in
& thelife of the nation. Runabout, $500;
IfTouring Car, $525; One Ton Truck
Chassis, $550; Coupe, $650; Sedan, $775
these prices f. o. b. Detroit. We can
get but a limited quantity. Please
give us your order at once as first
come will get first delivery.
All members of Company A, Coun County
ty County Guards, are requested to meet at
the armory tomorrow evening, in uni uniform,
form, uniform, to march to the Baptist church
to hear the farewell sermon of their
chaplain, Mr. Wrighton. Mr. Wrighton
has done the work of a private in the
ranks as well as performed his duties
cf chaplain, and .the Guards much re regret
gret regret to lose him. They have unani unanimously
mously unanimously passed the following resolution:
"Our beloved chaplain, Rev. W. H.
Wrighton, is moving from Ocala and
it is with the deepest regret that we
see him go, for during his pastorate
oi the First Baptist church here, and
his connection with our organization
he has been an inspiration to us all.
He became a member of the Marion
County Guards at its organization
and has been one of its most faithful
and enthusiastic members. He never
missed a drill or a meeting of the
guard, and by his example has taught
us not only to love him but the great
cause he so ably represents.
"He little knows the good he has
accomplished in our organization, but
in after years the example he has set
us and the truths he has installed in
our hearts will prove to him that we
"He is leaving Ocala for Valdosta,
where his field will be larger, and
while it is hard for us to let him go,
yet our loss will be Valdosta's gain,
and from loving hearts we bid him
Godspeed and wish for him every good
thing this world may have in store
for him. May his efforts be blessed
bountifully and may he never forget
the many loyal friends who love him
and whom he is leaving here in Ocala.
"Officers and Members of Marion
County Home Guards."
Miss Onie Chazal left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for New York, where she goes
to meet her brother, Lieut. John Cha Chazal
zal Chazal of the 117th Engineers, who. is
expected to arrive from overseas on
the 29th. While there she will be the
guest of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. E. .C. Williams of Ridgewood,
N. J., where she will meet her cous cousins,
ins, cousins, Misses Marie and Dorothy Hick Hickman
man Hickman and her grandmother, Mrs.
Charlotte Hickman. After a three
weeks' visit in New York, they will
gc to Lewes, Del., wher they will
spend the summer. j
Mrs. E. C. Bennett will entertain
the sewing circle of the Methodist
church in the sitting room of the
Temple theater Monday afternoon at
Mr. Joe Blalock leaves in a few
days for Akron, Ohio. While away
Mrs. Blalock and baby .will be the
gues'ts of Mrs. Blalocks' mother, Mn.
T. H. Wall is.
- The Eastern Stars held their regu regular
lar regular meeting on Thursday evening.
The Mcintosh chapter had been invit invited
ed invited to visit them on that night, and
about a dozen of the members avail availed
ed availed themselves of the invitation and
were present. Among the visitors
present were: Past grand matron,
Mrs. 'Alice Haskell and past grand
patron, Mr. E. E. Haskell of Palatka.
During the evening Miss Mabel Mef Mef-fert
fert Mef-fert and Mrs. Rae Berlein were in initiated
itiated initiated into the order. After the reg regular
ular regular meeting a social hour followed.
Several musical numbers were given.
Mr. Lester Lucas sang several solos,
accompanied by Mrs. Lucas and Dr.
Karl Weihe rendered several instru instrumental
mental instrumental selections. Light refreshments
of cake and coffee were served. The
evening proved a very profitable and
pleasant one and the meeting was
well attended, about fifty being pres present.
ent. present. Little Miss Flora McKay celebrat celebrated
ed celebrated her eighth birthday today and in
honor of the occasion she asked a
dozen of her little friends to help her
celebrate. The little people were ask asked
ed asked to come to the home of Mrs. E.
A. Osborne at 3 o'clock, where the
time passed very happily for them,
playing games. On the screened liv living
ing living porch the guests were invited to
partake of dainty refreshments, con consisting
sisting consisting of strawberry ice cream and
cake. In honor of her birthday a big
cake had been prepared on top of
which were the eight candles, one for
each year. The cake was placed on
top of the tea cart which was wheeled
in, much to the delight of the little
guests. At four o'clock the whole
party "was taken to the Temple to en enjoy
joy enjoy the pictures and the Sunshine
comedy. The little guests reluctant reluctantly
ly reluctantly said good-bye to the honoree, wish wishing
ing wishing her all kinds of happy returns for
the day and many, many more to
come, expressing their pleasure in the
delightful party to which they had
James Strange, who has been with
the Star Publishing Company for
more than ten years, and who tried on
several occasions to get into either
the army or navy, was finally accept accepted
ed accepted and sent to Camp Dix, afterwards
indefinitely furloughed and sent
home on account of physical disabili disabilities,
ties, disabilities, was made glad today by the re receipt
ceipt receipt of his final discharge, on the
grounds of physical disability, and
the discharge was accompanied by
the government's check for $60.
James, with $50 of the money,
bought a mate to his $50 Liberty bond
which he has had for some time.
There never was a more faithful col colored
ored colored man than James Strange, and
the Star force hopes that he will
grow gray in their service.
All high class druggests
CONVERSION PRIVILEGE ON 4 LIBERTY BONDS EXTENDED
Holders of 4 Liberty Bonds who failed to convert them into 4 1-4
Bonds again have the opportunity of doing so.
First Liberty Loan Bonds Converted into 4 Bonds and Second
Liberty Loan 4 Bonds may now be converted into 4 1-4 Bonds, ac-
cording to announcement of the Federal Reserve Bank.
We will be pleased to handle the conversion transactions for you
THE 0ALA MATJOKI&L ISAMK
OCALA THE HUB
OF THE WHEEL
(Concluded from First Page)
Oh, Bennie Rheinauer.
He likes Broadway.
He goes to see the chickens, the chick chickens,
ens, chickens, the chickens,
Bennie loves the chickens that live on
Mary Had a Little Lamb
Taylor's got a lot of ice, lot of ice,
vlot of ice,
Tayjor's got a lot of ice but holds on
to his dough.
Wc put him into Rotary, Rotary,
We put him into Rotary,
Now watch his money go.
Coming Through the Rye
Now Eddie Chace he has a pull,
Patients all say so.
For when they're broke they never
For he will lend them dough.
Now "Pullicuss" is mayor also and
satisfies the town,
But we don't know if its pull or dough
That gives him renown.
Over here, over here,
We've brought our Rotes for your
goats over here.
See our Rotes are coming, our Rotes
Our bunch is coming over here.
So prepare, say a prayer.
If the Rotes get your goat don't you
We've come over and will stay over,
And we won't go back till its over
(Tune: Maryland, My Maryland)
Ocala town I mean to serve
Through Rotary, my Rotary.
Although it takes colossal nerve
To pull the stunts of Rotary.
With brain and brawn and cheerful
In all her calls 111 do my part,
And now's the time for me to start
To serve my town through Rotary.
The Tampa bunch seemed to have
rather the edge on the others in
music, for beside the songs on their
program they improvised quite a
number. They slung a bull, song at
Z. C. Chambliss, the stock raiser, to
that gentleman's seeming discom discomfiture,
fiture, discomfiture, tho we believe he chuckled a
little to himself when nobody was
The Ocala crowd was not deficient
in music, the Gerig brothers, Jake and
Albert, distinguishing themselves.
They also gave their famous grass grasshopper
hopper grasshopper song, to such good effect that
those who had heard it before won wondered
dered wondered if it wasn't the vanguard of
the seventeen-year locusts, which are
due this year.
Harry Whittier of Jacksonville, in
charge of community work, led most
of the singing, which was really fine.
It is true that "Hail, Hail, the Gang's
All Here' rather caused the ladies
in waiting to shudder, but they for forgave
gave forgave the famous second line on ac account
count account of the splendid effect with which
it was given.
"Oh, Eliza Jane," was melodiously
changed to "Oh, Ocala," and quite a
number of other happy hits were
Not the least melodious of the in
struments were the cowbells of the
Tampa Rotes, which crowd could play
grand opera on them with a little
Miss Catherine Pyles and her sis
ter, Mrs. Hitchings, gave one of their
pretty ukelele duets, which was heard
with great appreciation.
The instrumental music was fur furnished
nished furnished by Needham's orchestra, which
played all the evening with its usual
There was no lack of wisdom as
well as wit in the speeches of the eve eve-ing.
ing. eve-ing. Those on the program and their
subjects were as follows:
John H. Gay, Jacksonville: "Mem "Membership
bership "Membership in Rotary."
Walter P. Corbett, Jacksonville:
"Message of Rotary."
William B. Taylor, Gainesville:
"Programs for Club Meetings."
C. O. Pinch, Lakeland: "Member "Membership
ship "Membership Classifications."
Will Brorein, Tampa: "Education
of Rotarians in Rotary."
Alf Holworthy, Lakeland: "Ro "Rotary."
tary." "Rotary." Beside these, a number of happy
re-marks were make extemporaneous extemporaneously.
ly. extemporaneously. Early in the evening, each Rote
arose at his place at the table and
announced his name and vocation,
and some took occasion to make a
short but well-chosen comment.
Among these was Editor Hethering Hethering-ton
ton Hethering-ton of Lakeland. He gave brief but
appropriate compliments to his own
town and Ocala.
When Eating was a Poem
- A committee from the Woman's
Club, mostly relatives of the Ocala
Rotes, arranged the hall for the ban banquet,
quet, banquet, prepared the viands and over oversaw
saw oversaw the waiters who served them.
They prepared and decorated- the
tables with such good taste, that
with the-accompanying good taste of
the eats, and the smooth and faultless
service, the banquet was a poem. The
tables looked so pretty that those
who sat down at them almost hated
t? move anything, for fear of dis disturbing
turbing disturbing the beautifully harmonious
effect. The tables were placed in the
form of a cross, which was snowy
with linen, shining with silver and
gleaming with cut glass. The center centerpiece
piece centerpiece was a large silver vase filled
with pink poppies, a dainty blossom
was laid beside the plate of each
guest, and at short intervals were
placed bunches of sweet peas and
other pretty flowers. A brilliant ad addition
dition addition to both light and decoration
was a row of candles in 'glass sticks
along the center of each table. Be Beside
side Beside their handsome effect they made
most convenient cigar lighters and
were a' safeguard against the city
plant going on the blink
The menu was both dainty and
substantial. It was as follows:
Fruit cocktail, deviled crabs, roast
chicken, mashed potatoes, giblet
gravy, cream peas in pattie cases,
hot rolls, tomato salad, 'strawberry
ice cream with marshmallow dainty
topped with maraschino cherries,
cake, coffee, candies, salted nuts,
pickles and olives, cigars.
So much appreciated was the ban banquet,
quet, banquet, that at the close the Rotes in
sisted that the ladies come out from
behind their screen and be publicly
thanked by one of the highest offic officials.
ials. officials. They were Mrs. B. H. SeymouT,
Mrs. J. E. Chace, Mrs. C. C. Bryant,
Mrs. A. E. Gerig, Mrs. Harry Bor Borland
land Borland and Sirs. Harvey Clark, Misses
Florence Conibear, Annie Davis,
Louise Booe and Helen Brown. Prob Probably
ably Probably there-were others, but these were
all the reporter saw.
It is a well-known fact that that
bloody old pirate, Gasparilla, just be before
fore before he died, repented, and realizing
the nobility of the Tampa Rotes be bestowed
stowed bestowed upon them his treasure. This
they have not kept for themselves but
are handing it out to the worthy as
they go along. In pursuance of this
policy, they brought to Ocala a bag
filled with shining pieces of eight,
one of which they bestowed upon each
member of the local club.
They also brought along several
boxes of the finest Tampa cigars,
which were drawn by the Ocalans in a
lottery. The lucky ones were Messrs.
inace, Logan, ulark, Mocker, urn
and Waterman, who immediately v
opened the boxes and divided the
fragrant Tam pas with their brethren.
Too Much to Tell
But there were so many good things
done on this occasion that it would
take- two pages of the Star to tell
Following are the names of the
Ocala club and their guests:
Ocala: H. L. Borland, J. H. Benja-
min, Jake Brown, W. D. Carn, Z. C.
Chambliss, Dr. J. E. Chace, Harvey
Clerk, A. E. Gerig, J. J. Gerig, Dr.
H. W. Henry, Fred R. Hocker. W. P.
Huckaby, L.-T. Izlar, F. H. Logan,
George MacKay, D. Efc Mclver, Ben
Rheinauer, J. H. Taylor, H. A. Wa Waterman,
terman, Waterman, B. A. Weathers, Rev. W. H.
Tampa: C. E. Stewart Jr., Karl K.
Eychaner, W. G. Allen, W. A. Ful Ful-wiler,
wiler, Ful-wiler, J. S. Reed, George Broadhurst,
Chas. H. Brown, Henry D. King, Otto
P. Stallings, T. F. Alexander, Ernest
Berger, W. G. -Brorein, W. B. Gray,
S. W. Allen, C. C. Nott, M. P. Miller,
Jack Mahoney, E. C. Harris, I. Maas,
C. M. Davis, B. M. Reed, F. E. Flet Fletcher.
cher. Fletcher. Jacksonville: Francis P. Conroy,
Geo. W. Hardee, Harry B. Hoyt, Jno.
A. Hall, Edward E. Cohen, A. M.
Dixon, Walter P. Corbett, Ellis Cren Crenshaw,
shaw, Crenshaw, Loren II. Green, Geo. W. Clark,
Harry F. Whittier, Jno. H. Gay, L. C.
McCubbin, Horace C. Avery, J. D.
Gainesville: G. Frank -Allen, John
G. Anderson, Henry J. Bevens, A. H.
Blue, George H. Cairnes, Edward E.
Cannon, Charles H. Cole, Matthew H.
DePass, Morgan Fennell, James R.
Fowler, Chas. J. Harris, Geo. P. Long)
C. W. Hill, Geo. P. Morris, Phillip
Miller, Hilman Newell, Moorman
Parrish, William W. Pepper, Peter
Rolfs, Jno. M. Scott, William B. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Gordon B. Tison, G. Warren
Welch, William Wilson, Ed Wynne.
Lakeland: I. V. Stevens, R. N.
Skipper, U. W. Iversen, A. J. Holr.
worthy, W. J. Merrill, E. E. LuckT
Frand Sanford, M. F. Hetherington,
C. O. Pinch, I. Dale Williams, W. S.
Moore, J. S. Jewett.
TO FISHEMMEM 2
The person catching the largest fresh
water bass between this time and Sep September
tember September 1st- with supplies bbught'from us
will be given $25.0.0 worth of Fishing
Tackles. For information see
West Side olConrthouse Square
handle Pons Pvorrhoea Rem-1
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