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The Ocala evening star
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OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 5, 1919.
VOL. 20, NO. 109

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EMIER OU!
iETURHS TO PARIS
Council of Three Invited Italians to
Resume Their Place at the
Peace Conference
Paris, May 4. (By the Associated
Press.) President Wijson, Premier
Clemenceau and Lloyd George, com:
posing the council of three, today sent
a communication to the Italian gov government
ernment government inviting it to resume its
place at the peace conference.
The council's invitation is of such a
nature that it is believed Italy will
accept it and that the relations tem temporarily
porarily temporarily broken by the recent depar departure
ture departure from Paris of Premier Orlando
and Foreign Minister Sonnino will
be restored by the presence of the
Italian delegates at the conference
before the treaty is delivered to the
German delegates.
INVITATION ACCEPTED
Paris, May 5. Premier Orlando
and Foreign Minister Sonnino leave
Rome tonight for Paris, it was offic officially
ially officially announced this afternoon. Mean Meantime
time Meantime it is announced Marquis Impe Imperial
rial Imperial .Italian ambassador at London,
has been designated to participate for
Italy in the meeting this afternoon of
the executive committee of the league
of nations.
TEUTONS WILL SOON KNOW THE
TERMS
' Paris, May 5.- (bV the Associated
Press.)- It is now certain, according
to ; the" French press, that the peace
treaty will be handed to the German
foreign minister by Premier Clemen Clemenceau
ceau Clemenceau at Versailles Thursday after
noon.
The contents of the first five chap chapters
ters chapters of the treaty has already been
outlined, dealing with the preamble,
German frontiers, territory changes,
German colonies and the military,
naval and aerial features of the pact.
::The sixth will define the status of
prisoners of war.
Seventh. Responsibilities of the
former 'German emperor and other
German officials for the war.
Eighth and ninth. Reparation prob problems
lems problems and financiar clauses, x
- Tenth. Economic clauses.
1 Eleventh. Ports, railroads and
water communications.
" Twelfth. International labor legis legislation.
lation. legislation. Thirteenth. Guarantees.
Fourteenth. General clauses deal dealing
ing dealing with ratification. '"
PLENARY SESSION FOR
SMALL POTATOES
THE
Paris, May 5. -A secret plenary
session of the peace conference has
been called to meet tomorrow after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. The session will be held to
present the peace .treaty to 'the small smaller
er smaller nations.
; JAPANESE POLICY
Paris, May 5. Japan's policy is
the return of the Shantung peninsula
in full sovereignty to China, retain retaining:
ing: retaining: only economic privileges granted
Germany and the right to establish
a settlement under the usual condi conditions
tions conditions at Tsing Tao, Baron Makino,
head of the Japanese delegation to
the. peace conference declared in a
Statement today.
BELGIUM WILL SIGN
Brussels, May 5 (By the Associat Associated
ed Associated Press.) The Belgian government
has decided to sign the peace" treaty,
which was discussed at the crown
council here last night, it is announc
ed.
PETROGRAD NOT MUCH BETTER
OFF
London. Mav 5. The Finnish Red
Guards are now masters of the situa
tion in Petrograd, according to a
Conenhaeen dispatch to the Mail. It
is reported they intend to march
against the Finnish White Guards.
Paris reports Saturday stated Fin Finnish
nish Finnish forces had occupied Petrograd,
but the identity of the troops then
had not been established.
SOVIET RETOOK SZOLNOK
London, May 5. The Hungarian
soviet government forces have re
captured Szolnok from the Rumani Rumanians,
ans, Rumanians, according to a Hungarian wire
less received here.
WONT POINT THEIR WAY
Basel, May 5. The German-Aus
trian cabinets have issued a manifes
to claiming that President Wilson
throusrh making known that he ap
proved of the treaty of London as far
.as it is concerned in demarcation oi
the Italian-German-Austrian fron frontier,
tier, frontier, which meant the annexation of
the southern Tyrol, had acquiesced in
a violation of his fourteen points.
BOLS AGAIN BATTERED
Archangel, Saturday, May 3. (By

WILL S00I1 BE

THEIR
Eighty-First Division, Which Includes
Many Florida Boys, -Booked
for Early Return
(Associated Press)
Washington, May 5. Gen. Persh-
Ling informed the war department to
day that the Eighty-first, division,
which includes North Carolina, South
Carolina and Florida troops has been
ordered to prepare to return home.
No sailing date has been fixed.
TRED WELL AT STOCKHOLM
Washington, May 5. Roger Tred Tred-wall,
wall, Tred-wall, American consul, arrested by
the Russian bolsheviki last October,
has arrived at Stockholm. Mr. Tred Tred-wall
wall Tred-wall advised the state department to today
day today that he was taken from Moscow
to Finland several weeks ago and re released.
leased. released. FIRE MAY DELAY
THE FLIGHT
Naval Aviators Busy Trying to Re Repair
pair Repair Damage Done to Seaplanes
at Rockaway Beach
, (Associated Press)
New York, May 5. Fire in the
naval air station at Rockaway Beach
today damaged the naval seaplanes
NC-1 and NC-4, which were expected
to start tomorrow on the first leg of
their trans-Atlantic flight, The light
blaze, which Commander Towers, who
is in charge of the expedition, de
clared was accidental started from
an electrical spark which ignited
gasoline on the NC-1. The wings of
the NC-1 were destroyed. It is be believed
lieved believed the NC-4 can be repaired in
time for the start.
Commander Towers announced that
the start for Newfoundland, where
the trans-Atlantic flight is scheduled
to begin, would be made tomorrow,
weather permitting, with the NC-3,
very likely the NC-4 and possibly the
NC-1.
MAFIKET DM TOMORROW
WILL BE BIG EVEIIT
Committee and Auctioneer Making
Final Plans Today for the Sale
of Many a Chattel
-
Final plans for the Market Day, to
be held in Ocala tomorrow, begin beginning
ning beginning at 10 o'clock, under the trees
near the city hall, are being made to today.
day. today. Mr. Howard Curry, assistant in industrial
dustrial industrial agent of the Seaboard Air
Line railroad, who is to be auctioneer
tomorrow, aarrived in the city last
night, and today has been in consulta consultation
tion consultation with the Board of Trade commit committee
tee committee having the Market Day in charge.
Mr. J. D. McDonald will act as secre secretary
tary secretary of the auction. He will keep the
record of entries and sales. The sales
will be consummated through him.
A member of the Board of Trade
committee will be. ready early tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning to' tag the articles as
they are brought in. Everything is
set for a big day. It is hoped that
many an article of the farm no longer
of use to their present owners will
change hands tomorrow and get into
the hands of those who can make use
of them. While the committee in
charge is especially anxious to have
the farmers of the county participate
in the auction, everyone who has
something to put up is more than wel
come to enter their articles.
It should be clearly understood that
there are no charges whatever. Eve-
thing is free. The only money that
anyone need bring to the auction is
money to pay for articles bought, as,
of course, all sales will be concluded
on the spot. It is not necessary to
bring cash. A check book will do.
the Associated Press.) A bolshevik
flotilla on the Dvina again attacked
the allied positions near the junction
of the Dvina with the Vega Friday,
but was driven off by the allied land
batteries.
TEUTON POWWOW OVER TERMS
Berlin, May 5. (By the Associated
Press.) The German .national as assembly
sembly assembly convenes Thursday in Berlin
for a few sessions for the purpose of
discussing the peace terms, says a
Weimar dispatch to the Tageblatt.
The national assembly will resume its I
sessions at Weimar in two or three
weeks, it is added.

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The Star Sunday morning received

the following appeal from Carter L. Glass,
secretary of the treasury:
"The Victory Loan Campaign is two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds over, but subscriptions have been
reported for only a little more than one one-third
third one-third of the loan.
"Is it conceivable that the American
people, who with heart and soul waged
the fight for freedom, will permit this
loan of victory and thanksgiving to fail ?
"Our sons gave of their health, of
their strength and of their lives that f ree ree-dopi
dopi ree-dopi might not perish. There are yet
one and a half million American boys in
France and Germany. Now that the
war is ended, it would be as reasonable
for them to dishonor the nation by desert deserting
ing deserting the flag as for the nation to dishonor
itself by deserting them.
"Is it a large thing that we are now
asked to lend our money to pay the cost
of Victory? Is American money less will willing
ing willing than American manhood?
"Let every one of the millions who
have bought Liberty Bonds buy Victory
Notes and success is sure.
"Carter L. Glass,
"Secretary of the Treasury."

THE VICTORY SING
Catching the note of enthusiasm
and victory, which m the Victory
Loan campaign carried the county
over the top, the victory sing which
Was held at the Temple yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon under the auspices of the
Woman's Victory Loan committee, of
which Mrs. B. H. Seymour is county
chairman, was a brilliant success.
The Temple was full to overflowing,
all parts of the county being well rep represented.
resented. represented. Under the skilful and ar artistic
tistic artistic hands of the decorators, v the
theater presented a very pleasant and
attractive setting for the sing. The
lobby was decorated with large bou bouquets
quets bouquets of sweet peas and Easter lilies.
The handsome service flag hung from
the back of the stage, flanked ou
either side by the Stars and Stripes.
The beautiful potted fern with huge
baskets of Easter lilies and white
blossoms placed in front of the stage
were as a floral offering to the stars
on the service flag, which represent
Marion county's offering to her coun country
try country for liberty and victory.
The audience entered into the oc occasion
casion occasion with a hearty enthusiasm and
thankful hearts, which gave to the
songs a joyous and bright note which
heretofore had been lacking in the
previous community sings.
The program was opened with a
short prayer by Mr. Cassels. Mr.
Frank Harris, chairman for the Sal Salvation
vation Salvation Army drive, which will soon be
launched, gave a very earnest and
impassioned plea for this worthy
cause whose interest he will look
after in the drive. Then followed two
songs by Mr. Lester Lucas, which
were most appropriate for the occas occasion,
ion, occasion, "The Salvation Army Lassie,"
and the official fifth liberty loan song,
"We Will Bring Our Heroes Home."
The choruses were sung by the school
children.
Then followed the feature of the
afternoon, the talk given by Mr. Will
Gary, just returned from France,
where he was engaged in Y. M. C. A.
work. He onened his address bv dis-
'work.
j playing the honor flag which waa

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presented to Marion county. It is a
beautiful emblem, a flag with a white
background on which was inscribed
the Roman numeral "V." Mr. Gary
displayed many interesting war
trophies, which brought to the mind
of the speaker the graphic incidents
connected with them. During his
entire talk Mr. Gary held his au audience
dience audience with unabated interest.
The solo which was sung by Mrs.
Hampton was of unusual interest to
the audience as the piece was dedi dedicated
cated dedicated to Madame Schumann-Heinck,
who has three sons in the American
army and three in the German army.
One of the special features of the
afternoon were the songs by little
Miss Lucy Johnson, who captivated
her audience with her winsome and
pretty childish maanner.
The program was fittingly brought
to a close by the ensemble singing
"The Star Spangled Banner."
The ushers for the afternoon were
Misses Caroline Harriss, Lois Living Livingston
ston Livingston and Grace Palmer, who wore on
their left arms the official brassard
of the Victory Loan.
The success of the program was
largely due to Mr. Lester Lucas, di director.
rector. director. The music for the occasion
was rendered by the following: 'Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Davis, Mr. David
Melin, Miss Agnes. Melin and Mr. P.
W. Dye, which added so much to the
program and. the success of the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. FELL FLAT
(Associated Press)
Buenos Aires, Sunday, May 4. To Today's
day's Today's anarchist demonstration was a
flat failure as a result of activities of
vigilance committees which despite
the announced suspension of anar anarchist
chist anarchist plans for a manifestation, took
up positions in all plazas to prevent
inforami gatherings.
Our equipment for repairing all
kinds of automobiles is not surpassed
in Florida. We are especially well
equipped for overcoming electrical
troubles. Ocala Iron Works Garage. 6t

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ILL WORK TOGETHER
Co-operative Association Formed for
Purpose of Growing and Market Marketing
ing Marketing Crops and Buying
Farm Supplies
Ocala, May 5 Marion county farm farmers
ers farmers have again taken the lead in agri agriculture
culture agriculture in Florida, with the organiza organization
tion organization Saturday afternoon, at Lowell, of
the "Lowell Farmers' Co-operative
Association," for the purpose of co cooperation
operation cooperation in the growing and market marketing
ing marketing of crops and buying of farm sup supplies.
plies. supplies. The new organization is the re result
sult result of the recent proposal of Mr. H.
Blackburn, county agent, at a meet meeting
ing meeting of the Marion county agricul agricultural
tural agricultural committee, to organize the
farmers of the various communities
throughout the county, to meet the
problem cf planting and marketing.
Mr. Blackburn hopes that this is the
first of many organizations of a like
nature. His idea is chat the farmers
agree on what crops are to be planted,
the acreage of each crop, and by joint
shipping be able to ship and market
in carlots.
The Lowell Farmers' Co-opeartive
Association was formed with nineteen
charter members. S. F. Rou was elect elected
ed elected president; L. S. Light Jr., vice vice-president;
president; vice-president; and C. B. Howell, secretary-manager.
L. S. Light Sr. was di directed
rected directed to secure a charter for the' or organization,
ganization, organization, which will be of a nonprofit-sharing
nature. The progres progressive
sive progressive farmers forming the association
are: B. C. Webb, T. J. McQuaig. S.
N. McGehee, C. B. Howell, L. M. Ray Ray-sor
sor Ray-sor Sr., W. H. Bishop, H. P. Billings Billings-ley,
ley, Billings-ley, W. H. Snelling, F. H. Meffert, L.
S. Light Jr., L. Sieviking, H. C. Hese Hese-man,
man, Hese-man, W. M. Shockley, H. A. Hamon,
J-II. Green, E. C. Gladney, L. B.
Brock, L. S. Light Sr. and S. F. Rou.
Another meeting of the association
will be held next Saturday in the
Lowell schoolhouse for the purpose of
perfecting the organization.
OLD CONFEDS ARE ELIGIBLE
CoL Roosevelt Wants No Sectionalism
- at the St. Louis Convention ;
Georgetown, S. C, May 4. Colonel
Holmes B. Springs, formerly of the
Thirtieth division, who is the tem temporary
porary temporary chairman of the South Caro Carolina
lina Carolina organization of the American
Legion, has made public a telegram
from Lieut.-Col. Theodore Roosevelt,
denying that it was proposed to ad admit
mit admit veterans of the Spanish-American
war and former Union soldiers, but
not ex-Confedcrates. Col. Springs
gave out Col. Roosevelt's telegram as
follows:
I notice clippings from New York
papers stating that the American Le Legion
gion Legion proposed to admit Union vet veterans
erans veterans and not Confederate veteran.
"This is absolutely pntrue. If the
committee at the convention decides
to admit one, both would have to be
admitted. The question of eligibility,
of course is one for the convention.
The Confederate Veterans is one of
the organizations which is to welcome
delegates at St. Louis. Trust you will
do your best 'to stamp out all question
of sectionalism. This, to my mind, is
rone of the important functions of the
proposed organization.. We fought
shoulder to shoulder in this war and
iu the Spanish war. My own forebears
are members of both the G. A. R. and
Confederate Veterans."
SALVATION ARMY WILL
BUILD IN THE SOUTH
Atlanta, Ga., May 5 Assured of
the success of the coming Salvation
Army home service campaign, the
national committee today announced
that almost $700,000 in acsh has been
allotted to the department of the
South for the'erection of buildings to
be used for Salvation Army purposes.
To" carry out the plans, A. Ten Eyck
Brown of Atlanta, one of the best
known architects in the South, has
been employed by the Salvation Army
home service fund, southern division
headquarters, to prepare plans and
specifications for the various build buildings
ings buildings which will be erected in the
South within the next year.
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MEMORIAL APPfiOAClI
10 CITY PARK

Woman's Club Adopts Proposal of
Mr. A. A. Winer to Widen Tusca Tusca-willa
willa Tusca-willa Street from Adams
to Wyomina
Steps were taken at the annual
business meeting of the Ocala Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club, on Saturday, looking to the
widening of Tuscawiila street from
the club house to the city park, the
parking of the same, and the plant planting
ing planting along this beautiful thoroughfare
and park approach of memorial trees
to perpetuate in evergreens the stars
in the service flag of the club. Mr.
A. A. Winer has offered to deed to tha
Woman's Club a strip 17 feet wide,
the full length of his property, for
the purpose of giving Tuscawiila
street at this point a width of about
58 feet; the club, in return, to build
a cement sidewalk the full length of
the block. The proposition was ac-
cepted at the meeting of the club on
Saturday. The present plan is to
plant a row of trees along either side
of trie street and a row down the cen center.
ter. center. Art lighting standards are also
proposed for this memorial approach
to the park, and for the front of the
club house. When the final plans are
prepared it is possible that there
might be some changes in the details
of the proposed memorial.
In spite of the war and its activi
ties the Woman's Club haa completed
a most successful year. The coming
year, it is aoped, will be one of the
most successful in its history. At the
meeting Saturday the new officers
were installed. Mrs. William Hocker,
the president-elect, was out of the
city. The following officers were in installed,
stalled, installed, and made graceful speeches
of acceptance: Mrs. G. T. Maughs,
first vice president; Mrs. E. C. Ben Bennett,
nett, Bennett, second vice president; Miss
Mabel Meffert, recording secretary;
Mrs. Eugene Peek, corresponding sec secretary;
retary; secretary; Mrs. E. A. Osborne, treasurer,
and Mrs. H. Harold, press manager.
Mrs. Emily Green, newly-elected au-
ditor, was also out of the city.
As pointed out in the message of
Mrs. Hocker, which was read at the
meeting, the clubhouse in itself haa
become a center of civic importance.
In its attractive auditorium have
been held many gatherings and con conventions.
ventions. conventions. The recent Rotarian ban banquet,
quet, banquet, held in the auditorium, was pro pronounced
nounced pronounced one of the finest banquets
eevr held by the Rotarians in Florida.
The annual reports of the various
committee chairmen were read at the t
meeting Saturday, and the record of
the club for the past year is one to
be proud of. A number of new things
were set forth in the reports.
Mrs.. C R. Ty dings, chairman of
the rest room committee, which haa
charge of the city rest room at the
corner of Fort King avenue and Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, reported that the number
of guests who registered at the room
from January 1 to May 1 was 2979.
During the past eight months COZC
guests have registered.
Mrs. R. B. Bullock, chairman of the
civics committee, reported that per permission
mission permission had been obtained from the
city to build a tennic court on the
public library lot for the pleasure of
the city's winter visitors and others.
Mrs. G. T. Maughs, chairman of the
park committee, reported that an
order had been placed recently for
benches, swings and a joggling board
for the city park.
One of the hardest working com committees
mittees committees of the past year was the hos hospitality
pitality hospitality committee, of which Mrs. E.
C. Bennett was chairman. The ac accomplishments
complishments accomplishments of this committee have
been recorded in the newspapers.
The art committee, of which Mrs.
G. W. Martin was chairman, propos proposed
ed proposed the placing of art lighting stand standards
ards standards fn front of the Woman's Club
building.
The literature committee, Mrs.
Delia N. Warner chairman, will pre
sent a gift of books to the girls' in industrial
dustrial industrial school.
The legislative committee, Mrs. W.
T. Gary chairman, recommends that
the club endorse the bills endorsed by
the state 'federation, with the excep exception
tion exception of the bills to provide free text
books to pupils in the public schools
and to increase the number of mem members
bers members of the school board from three to
five.
Mrs. Walter Hood reported that the
chairmen of all of the committees had
expressed their desire and willingness
to co-operate with the memorial com committee
mittee committee in the development of the
memorial proposed for the soldiers of
the great war.
Mrs. W. E. Smith, chairman of the
junior civics committee, stated in her
report that the committee plans U
make a gift of books to the primary
school of the city.
MrsF. G. B. Weihe, chairman of
the animal protection' committee, re reported
ported reported that the animals seem to be
better taken care of than at any pre previous
vious previous time.



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' Electros must be mounted, or charge
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Eighteen years ago, the heart of
Jacksonville was a mass of smoking
ruins- but look at it now!
For some reason or other, Gulf
Hammock is becoming a very popular
resort for a number of our citizens.
Florida school teachers justly com
plain that they are not paid enough,
but if they would quit teaching and go
to work at something else, the trouble
would solve itself m a hurry.
The "associate editor" of the
Gainesville Sun suggests a "Ku Klux
Klan" to deal with the bolsheviki.
Looks good to us. If Col. Bob Davis
will organize a legion, we will join.
The Florida division of Confederate
Veterans, accompanied by the Daugh
ters of the Confederacy and Sons of
Veterans will meet in Jacksonville
Wednesday, Thursday Friday and
Saturday of this week.
Instead of the legislature fussing
over that cattle tick proposition, why
doesn't it draw up a law and submit
it to the popular vote ? If the measure
becomes a law, all the people will have
to pay for it, and they should decide
whether they want it or not.
Remember that until you have
chased yourself to the bank and paid
k the first installment on that Victory
Bond pledge you have given, said
pledge! is only "a scrap of paper' and
Americans should have too much prin
ciple to make scraps of paper.
If the Mexicans are not grateful to
the United States for preserving their
independence sixty years, ago, how
long does Mr. Wilson suppose it wil
take them to appreciate what he has
done in shielding them from just pun
ishment during the. last six years?.
Representative Small of Hamilton
county wants a per capita tax of ?5
- to go to the school fund. There are
many men in the state who could not
pay a per capita tax of $5 on their
families to save their souls, and such
a law would put them to work on th
roads unless the courts knocked i
out, as they probably would. The
Star, however, would like to see -the
poll tax, which goes to the schoo
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fund, raised to $5. It would make a

ot of men who now pay only $1 a year
toward the support of the schools pay
five times as much and disfranchise .'
an element that shouldn't be allowed
to vote.
DO MORE THAN YOUR DUTY!
BUY MORE VICTORY BONDS!
As will be seen by the dispatch else
where, there is danger that the Vic
tory Loan will fail. If it does, the
failure will be both a disaster and a
disgrace to America.
Our county has "gone over the top."
As a county it has done its duty, tho
some of its citizens have not.
Let us honor our county and help
our country by oversubscribing as
heavily as we can.
There are some whohave subscrib
ed who can subscribe for a little more.
There are many who can subscribe
who have not. It will be to their ever everlasting
lasting everlasting disgrace if they do not
Buy more bonds and do more than
your duty. It is the people who do
their duty .who keep the world from
slipping. It is those who do their
duty, and then some, who cause it to
move forward.
The Tallahassee correspondent of
the Times-Union says in regard to the
Wakulla picnic for the legislature last
Sunday: "Mr. W. H. Folks, represen
tative from Marion county, when call
ed upon, thanked Wakulla county for
the invitation to the picnic that had
been extended the legislature and said
he was honored by being asked to ad
dress the gathering. In the course of
his talk, he mentioned the fact that he
fought at Natural Bridge until his
gun became so hot he could not load
it. He had also helped stop the enemy
at Gainesville and Cedar Key and
met him at Olustee. After the war
during the three hard years of recon
struction he had been one of those to
don the -white cap and robes. He did
not fear threatened race troubles
mentioned by the speakers who pre
ceded him, because what Southern
men had done before could easily be
reepated. In the afternoon Represen Representative
tative Representative Folks presided and introduced
Representative R. A. Green of Brad
ford, as a candidate for state superin
tendent of public instruction, but in
his speech Mr. Green did not say
whether he would enter the race
against Professor Sheats or not.
The legislature would save the peo people
ple people an immense amount of money if
it would thin out the horde of inspec inspectors,
tors, inspectors, demonstrators and agents that
are swarming over the state so thick
that you can hardly fire off a gun
without hitting one. Half these peo people
ple people are superfluous and more than
half are incompetent.
At the Wakulla Springs picnic for
the members of the legislature, Worth
Trammell and C. O. Andrews an announced
nounced announced themselves candidates for the
office of attorney general. Judging
from what we have heard of the two
gentlemen, Mr. Andrews would do the
state the best service.
. "Sunny Jim," so popular twenty
years ago, seems on the blink. "Sunny
Jim" Robinson has shucked- himself
out of the title, "Sunnyjim" train runs
only three times a week, and Wallace
W. Page of New York, who originated
the whole thing by advertising a
breakfast food, is dead.
So far as Ocala is concerned, the
government is not losing any money
from prohibition. It collects more on
soft drinks than it ever received from
whisky.
A dispatch from Tallahassee says:
In the house this morning serious
charges were made against the shell shellfish
fish shellfish commissioner, but the house seem seemed
ed seemed to take little interest in them as it
voted down the measure by a large
majority and without discussion. The
charges came before the house in the
shape of a set of resolutions by Mr.
Marlow of Citrus county. In the pre:
amble it is set out that the fishing
laws of the state have not been car carried
ried carried out, that the fish commissioner, J.
Asakiah Williams, has used the patrol
boat the Sea Foam, as a home for his
family, carrying them with him from
place to place at the expense of the
state, and has not collected enough
from the income of the commission to
defray the expenses of the same. The
governor, therefore, was called upon
by the resolutions to see that the laws
are administered, the Sea foam not
used for private purposes, and the
taxes properly collected.
The Tallahassee correspondent of
the Tampa Times says: The evil of
unconsidered local bills passed by
both houses on the plea that "they are
purely local measures," is recognized
by all who have "anything to do with
legislative affairs. Hundreds of them
are passed every session of the leg legislature.
islature. legislature. The constitutional provision
that they shall have been advertised
for 30 days has become an absolute
dead letter due to a ruling of the su supreme
preme supreme court that if the journal shows
no evidence as to whether the bill has
been advertised or not, the court must'
rule that of course it has been so ad advertised.
vertised. advertised. In consequence nobody
makes a pretense of advertising local
bills any more. One or two condi conditions
tions conditions that are as autocratic in their
ideas of government as anything Rus
sia ever exhibited under the czar or
under the later autocrats, the Bol Bolsheviki,
sheviki, Bolsheviki, have already come to light in
this session. Others are undoubtedly
hid away in the bills, few of which
have been read by more than the man

who introduced them. The practice is
one of the chief arguments for a con constitutional
stitutional constitutional convention, for it is vir virtually
tually virtually an abrogation of the democrat democratic
ic democratic right of home rule. It is also
practically an abrogation of the right
of majority rule. A constitution
which would provide that local char charters
ters charters must be amended at home under
broad general provisions and would
forbid the passage of local acts alto altogether
gether altogether would save more than the con convention
vention convention would cost, even if its ex expenses
penses expenses did run up, as its enemies are
constantly saying, to $100,000 for a
session. There would be no such ex expense
pense expense but if there were, the saving in

local bills alone would more than
make it up in two years time.
DO THEY INTEND TO BE
ALWAYS DELINQUENT?
If you look over the list of Victory
Bond buyers, you will find it is made
up principally of the same old crowd
which took up the four liberty loans.
You won't find all the old crowd,
because a good many are wearing
their last year's clothes and doing
without other things usually consid
ered as absolute necessities in order
to keep from selling the bonds already
bought. You will find some new ones
because they have some money this
year they didn't have last year. But
the majority is the same steady old
crowd.
That crowd has done about all it
can do. Most of them bought as heav
ily as they could afford to, and some
bought more. Some could buy a little
more and probably will.
But there are a good many people
in this county who have never bought
a liberty bond, tho' they could buy in
thousands.
These people now have a chance to
redeem themselves, by buying Victory
Bonds. They could buy a hundred
thousand dollars' worth if they would.
Will they do it? Or will they stay
on the yellow dog list for the remain
der of their lives?
"HAVE YOU DONE YOUR BIT?"
We the men of the A. E. F.
Ask you, the ones who stayed
At home in safety and comfort
If a white man's game you've play
ed.
While we were in the trenches,
Or "over the tnn" in n i-nirl
We wonder how you spent your time,
Whether you be man or maid.
Did you do your bit back home there
Were you always on the job,
Working for our welfare,
Whether soldier, marine or gob.
Did your dollars help swell the Lib
erty Loan,
Did you to the Red Cross eive:
Did you grieve for those of us who
died,
Died that you might live.
Did you do the things that were clean
and right,
Or the things that were mean and
wrong,
Did you keep the promises made to us
Or were you just stringing us along.
Did you try to protect our mothers or
wives,
Try to soothe the grief and pain
Occasioned "by our going,
Or did you think only of gain.
Did you help to keep us supplied with
smoKes
And how did vou cast votir vote:
Did you consider us at the ballot box,
ur did you make us the goat.
Did you try to keep our jobs for u,
Or try from us to steal;
To put it short, did you give to us
A clean or a dirty deal.
We're coming home," two million
strong,
Our work over there is don
And well want to know just what you
are
And just what you have done.
We're coming home with eyes to see
And we're neither dumb or deaf,
So prepare for us a full accounting
To the men of the A. E. F.
Written by Pvt. E. Selwin, Co.
u, aivin r.ngrs., A. f U. 716, A. E. F,
Brest, France.
.iD. About 15 per cent o
'V-ff the public wea
-"'.VVpf glasses, whereas 66
per cent NEEb
glasses and SHOULD be wearing
them.
Dr. K. J. WeiheT
Eyesight Specialist
Graduate Optometrist
With Weihe Co., Jewelers. Ocala, Fla.
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at uuala umuiM STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar
anteed.
(Eastern Standard. Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:50 am. J'ckaonvllle-NewYork 2:60 am.
l:Cipm. Jacksonville 3:21pm.
4:07 pm. Jacksonville 5:10 p.m
I Tampa )
2:50 a.m; Manatee V 2:50 am.
( St. Petersburg )
1:21 pm. Tampa-Manatee 1:41 pro.
5:10 pm. Tampa-SL Petersburg 4:07 pm.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:12 pan J'cksonvllle-New York 3:15 am.
2:20 Dm. J'ksonTllle-O'lnesYllle 2:25 wn.
1:42 am. J'ksonvUle-G'nesville 10:12 pm.
2:15 am. St. Pet'abrg-Lakeland 2:12 am.
3:35 pm. St- Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:00 pm.
7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wllcox
7.40 am. Du'nellon-L'kaland 11-fllnm
J 3:25 pm. Homosassa 1:45 pm.
10:13 pm. Leesbur? 6:42 am.
4:45 pm. GalneeTllle 11:50 am.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

Making Friends
By T7ALTZ2 JOSEPH DSLA2TET

(CP7iUt. if It. t Wwtia 2fvBpsr Uatoa.)
Bart Morton had earned ten dollars
a week as a clerk in a country store
for five years, and then at twelve dol
lars for two years more. He was
small of stature, but stout, had a
broad, erer-smlllng face, was snappy
and jorlal of speech and a general fa-
Torite. It was with a mighty resolu
tion in mind that he handed in his res
ignation one day and went forthwith
to the home of th winsome young
lady to whom he had been engaged for
six months.
"Katy," he stated In his quick, perti
nent way, 'Ttc given up my position
and I start for Springfield in the
morning."
"Oh. Bartr gasped Katy, and felt
as If the world were fading away from
her.
Twelve dollars a week wont sup
port a wife and a home, so rve got to
do better."
"But I axa earning five dollars a
week from my sewing, began Katy,
but Bart waved his hand loftily and
with deflnlteness.
XI wouldn't let you keep It up after
we are married, he protested. MNo,
Ive laid out my program, and It goes.
See here, lovey, I know my fallings.
and they are many. They call me
Banty and think, around here, lia all
fuss and feathers. And I know my
strong points. There are some.
"Yes, Indeed f cooed Katy gush
ingly.
"Only I am confined to too narrow a
sphere to exercise them profitably.
"What are you going to do, Bart 7"
"Become a traveling salesman, rve
been stndvlnr the art of . roceeaifn
saiesmansnip. 1 don't exattly 'fit In,
but rve struck a keynote.
"And what Is that, dearT
"Individuality. The crack salesman,
the book says, mutt have that, or fall.
For Instance, one man's stunt Is an ef effective
fective effective oratory. A second wins by
dignity, another by persuasiveness. My
etunt Is Individuality, rm going to
make a customer look twice at me
when he sees me. I'm going to have
people say Who Is that? when thty
pass me by on the street. One man
will smile at my self-importance. An
other will grin at my prim appearance.
still another at my strutting pose. All
right. I want them to. I plan to at
tract attention. I want them to notice
me, remember me, and want to see me
again. Then Tm a made man. Watch
me work the miracle I
Much more the confident Bart Im
parted to Katy and much more still to
the head of the great city firm of Ar Arnold
nold Arnold & Co., wholesale dry goods, to
whom he applied for a position. Their
manager smiled drolly at the" applicant
for a position. Bart did not slxe up as
to capability. In his estimation. This
Quaint, volatile specimen of confidence
and assurance eyed him analytically.
Tm guessing what you're thinking,
observed Bart, "and you're dead
wrong. Ton think Tm a Joke. Very
well, try me out and see. Ton give
your salesmen a drawing account. of
fifty dollars a week. Fve saved up
something quite tidy and am able to
finance myself. Give me a bunch of
samples and a price list, m do the
rest
There couldn't be a fairer arrange arrange-ment,
ment, arrange-ment, agreed the manager. WeTt
got a district open. The man who
worked it has retired, 'and he took
the time to give details as to the same.
although In his secret mind he did not
believe that this odd applicant, all
froth and foam as he adjudged him.
would make much of a success of it-
Bart went down to Springfield, a
thriving inland city, the center of the
territory he was to work. He took a
rvm at the best hotel, hn nafd tar m
nonce in tne leading dauy newspaper
announcing his arrival, he disposed his
sample case invitingly.
For a week he put in every hour of
the day between eight and six drop dropping
ping dropping In on the trade. Each day a new
waistcoat caught the public eye, a new-
hat ribbon, a new necktie. Those glar
ing vests were so loud that he was a
point of prominence a block away.
When he breezed Into a store, proprie
tor, clerks and customers turned their
heads to look at him. When Bart be
gan his volatile, Jumplng-jack tactics.
he held the eye and attention of the
man he was talking to, the latter
amused. Interested, hypnotized. By the
end of the week "Banty Morton w
a by-word In the town, and merchants
began to look with gladness for the
energetic, plausible salesman who told
such famous stories, distributed such
excellent cigars, dispensed such glow
ing details of trade conditions, and yet
so far had not even lisped the word:
"Buyr
When Bart was all ready he sent out
Invitations to every possible future
client in the town to attend "a trade
banquet" at the. town hoteL There was
a call for a speech during the function
and Bart gave his guests a trade talk
that convinced them that now or never
was the time to stock up, cheap I Then
he grandly led the way to the room
where his samples were on exhibition.
and sent in an order to headquarters
that falrly.took away the breath of the
manager of Arnold & Co.
Within six months Bart Morton had
smiled. Joked and strutted his way
along five hundred, miles. People
talked of him, waited for his visits.
Ills individuality became an Institu Institution,
tion, Institution, and when he went over the route
with a charming, happy wife, an en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic reception greeted them half halfway
way halfway down the stats.

THIRTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN THE BUSINESS.
J. -W. .HUNTER.
GUN AND LOCKSMITH
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, MAY 5, 1919

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Salt Ocean Whiting
per lb. 10c
This fish is packed in brine the
same as mackerel is packed. The meat
is white 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
appetizing breakfast.
Ma Ua TEAPOT
GMDEMY
fcala Painting
And Trimming Shop
Painting,
Trimming, -Graining,
Varnishing and
Upholstering.
Automobile Painting
A Specialty
PENDER & COUDREY
Carmichael Bldg., N. Magnolia St.
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l laCMTESERVICE j
Everything in the Market :
Best Dome Cooking
Quick Service
C Jef ters
Props. 5
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Phone 272
114 S. Magnolia St., Next to
Clarkson Hardware Store.
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OCALA, FLORIDA
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DONT wait until you are on yuur
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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.
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St. George on the Gulf
Apalaehicola, Florida
DIL G. A. H. EPMISTO N
Veterinary Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phon 501. Office Phone 123
Ocala, Florida.

OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any society items,
please phone One-Two-One (121).
Mrs. W. N. Lane has as her guest
ner sister, Mrs. J. S. Coward and her
son, Mr. Martin Cowart of Arlington,
Ga. They arrived in Ocala Saturday,
making the trip in their car.
Mrs. W. N. Lane with her sister,
Mrs. J. S. Cowart and son, Mr. Mar Martin
tin Martin Cowart of Arlington, Ga., left this
morning on a motor trip to Tampa
and other places in the southern part
of the state.
Jacobs' chocolated Brazil Nuts.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 29-6t
Mrs. W. II. Wilson returned last
week from a two weeks visit in New
Orleans, where her husband makes his
headquarters. Mrs. Wilson also made
a brief visit to her cousin, Mrs. R. W.
Sistrunk in Bay St. Louis.
Charlie Chaplin, the king of fun fun-makers,
makers, fun-makers, will be at the Temple to tonight;
night; tonight; also Bert Lytell, one of the
most vivacious of movie actors, will
present "Faith," a fine Metro feature.
Tomorrow, that very bright and win winning
ning winning young lady, Constance Talmage,
will star in "Who Cares ?
Large supply of Velvet Beans and
Chufas now on hand. The Ocala
Seed Store. 7-11-19
We thought the three for a dime
price was as dead as the dodo. But,
Saturday night, while the electric
lights were off, we limped down to
Harvey Clark's grocery- to buy us a
candle, which we thought would be a
nickel at least. When he told us they
were selling three for ten cents, we
couldn't have believed him, if he had
not produced the candles.
The concrete traffic markers at the
intersection of our principal streets
do not work very well at night. Their
dull red color gives them a "low vis
ibility" that has already caused three
or four autoes to come to grief. They
should be repainted white at once, but
will never be really satisfactory until
red lights are mounted on their tops.
Peptone is sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Store at one dollar per bottle, tf
Will H. Hopkins, formerly of this
city and Orange Lake, died in Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee on Wednesday of last week.
Mr. Hopkins' many friends in Mar
icn county sincerely regret to hear of
his death. He removed to Tallahas
see a dozen or more years ago, and
seems to have become as popular in
his new home as he was in the old one.
Peptone.
tf
Sergeant Edward Green is next
door to home. A postcard this morn
ing from his mothe, Mrs. Emily
lanta and that Edward was at or on
lanta and thta Edward was at or on
his way to the hospital at Fort Mc
Pherson. There are many Ocalans in
Atlanta, and the wounded soldier will
be better off there than anywhere ex
cept at home.
After threatening for two or three
days, the weather turned loose Sat Saturday
urday Saturday evening with a heavy storm.
Ocala suffered as usual in a few
minutes some of the wires were brok broken
en broken and the electric current went off.
The town was in darkness for awhile,
but Mr. Martin and his assistants
worked like Trojans and had the
damage repaired in a surprisingly
short time. A lot of washouts were
made in the streets, and other, dam
age took place, but the rain was worth
it.
We are the authorized service sta
tion for nine of the leading automo
biles sold in Ocala. "There's a reason.'
Ocala Iron Works Garage. l-6t
The big oil container for the city
plant has arrived and has been de
trained. As it lies on its side across
the street from the power building.
it looks like a section of the New
York subway. It will have to be set
about twelve feet in the ground, and
Superintendent Martin thinks he can
have it working in about three weeks
Oil will be used under one of the boil
ers at the plant until all the wood in
stock is burned; then it will be used
under both. It is calculated that the
saving in fuel will be almost a thou
sand dollars a month.
Atlas Cement nice fresh car just
received by the Welch-Todd Lumber
Company. Phone 223. 2-3t
Ocala will be well represented
the reunion of Florida veteran?; whirh
will convene m Jacksonville on -the
7th and 8th of May. The U. C. V.
and the Sons of the Confederacv were
to have .held their regular convention
m Tallahassee m December, but on
account of the influenza epidemic, the
M. W
convention was postponed and they
were invited to meet with the Daue-h
ters of the Confederacy this week.
This" is the first time that the two or
ganizations have met together. From
Dickison Chapter there will be Mrs
W. W. Harriss, president, and the
following delegates: Mrs. R. B. Bui
lock, Mrs. R. G. Blake and Mrs. S. R,
Whaley, who expect to leave tomor
row afternoon. From the Fannie R
Gary chapter, C. of C, Mrs. Ed Car Car-chael,
chael, Car-chael, directress, and Miss Caroline
Harriss, delegate, will attend. The

headquarters for the U. D. C. will be

at the Seminole hotel, where all the
meetings will be held and where the
delegates will be entertained as
guests of the three Jacksonville chap
ters of the U. D. C.
The sofa pillow which was drawn
for Saturday at the meeting of the
Woman's Club, was won by Mrs. K. J.
Weihe, on number 27. Little Miss
Lucy Johnson did the drawing. The
pillow cover was of beautiful gray
satin, hand-painted with pink chry chrysanthemums,
santhemums, chrysanthemums, and had been presented
o the animal protection committee
of the Woman's Club.
Mrs. Pelot and Miss Carrie Pelot,
who have been the guests of Mrs. P.
W. Whitesides and Miss Josie Will Williams
iams Williams for the past two weeks, expect to
eave tomorrow for Jacksonville, ac
companied by Miss Josie Williams.
St. Margaret's Guild of Grace Epis
copal church will give a tea Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon, May 14th, at the resi residence
dence residence of Mrs. H. B. Clarkson. There
will be a sale of cakes and candy.
Every one is most cordially invited to
be present.
Mr. Fred C. Lyons of Tampa, one
of the popular young members of the
office force of the Exchange National
Bank, was in town yesterday visiting
friends.
Mrs. W. W. Harriss, Mrs. Annie
Van Deman and Mr. Albert Harriss
expect to moto to Jacksonville to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, leaving Ocala in the morn
ing.
Among the others from Ocala who
will go to Jacksonville this week will
be Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers and
Mrs. E. L. Carney.
Mrs. Ed Carmichael leaves todav
for Jacksonville to Attend the con
vention of the Daughters of the Con Confederacy.
federacy. Confederacy. Mr. John T. Moore left for Jack
sonville and West Florida today to
attend to business matters.
THE VICTORY OF THE GARDENS
A Pageant in Four Episodes
The library has a copy of the above.
Any of the school teachers who wish
to see it can find it here, and if suf sufficient
ficient sufficient time is given we will send for
extra copies, if needed.
Louise E. Gamsby, Librarian.
STEREOPTICON LECTURE
There will be given a stereopticon
lecture of 100 slides next Wednesday
evening at the Methodist church. The
subject of the lecture will be "Seeing
Five Continents, or Making Democ
racy Safe for the World." There will
be no admission charge.
WHERE TO OBTAIN
REVENUE STAMPS
Druggists and other merchants who
handle proprietary medicines, pow
ders, etc., requiring stamps can secure
same by writing the office of the Col
lector of Internal Revenue, Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Florida.
If a woman Is nervous or has dizzy
spells, suffers from awful pains at regular
or irregular intervals she should turn to a
tonic made up of herbs, and without al
cohol, which makes weak women strong
and sick women well. It is Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. Druggists sell it in
liauid or tablets. Send 10 cents to the
Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for trial
package. Then, for the liver and bowels
nothing is so good as Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Pellets. These are little, sugar-coated
pills, composed of Mayapple, leaves of
aloe, root of jalap things that Nature
grows in the ground.
JodfonnRe, Fla. I was in a generally run
down condition, being nervous, and Buffering from
want of sleep was tired oat and unable to work.
My back was so that X could not stoop down. I
was advised by my family doctor, a regular physi physician,
cian, physician, to take Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription as
he was at a loss to know what to do. In taking
the medicine I soon found relief, and I have been
glad to recommend it to others with the same com
plaint. No two ways about it. it's n ao medians
for women." 2-1 ru Ids ZJinU.
LIFE
FIRE
A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

f IPS 5

HOW SAILORS "LAY GHOSTS"

Men of the Sea Give Short Shrift tc
Matter-of-Fact Spooks That
Annoy Them.
The first lieutenant had Just been
relieved, writes "I. S. T." In the Lon London
don London Mall, and was wending bis way
from the destroyer's bridge to hi?
cabin. It was fairly calm, but very
dark, and there was little to be seen
but a line of waves on each side and
the dim form of a second destroyer
la station astern. Even for this "No.
V had no eyes, for he bad bad a
weary middle watch and bed was his
only Interest. But be. did notice a
weird figure, apparently human,
crawling about near the "bandstand
of the after gun.
He went to investigate and found
the surgeon probationer, clad in a
chamois leather 'overall suit, in which
he had been Bleeping oa the ward wardroom
room wardroom couch below for every one
must sleep more or less clad, ready to
turn out at a moment's notice. He
was feeling about in the dark, ap apparently
parently apparently in search of something.
"What on earth are you doing.
Doc V he asked, and got the brief an answer,
swer, answer, "Laying a ghost." The first
lieutenant grunted and disappeared
below, leaving the doctor to Insert a
paper, wedge between a loose rattling
shell and the side of the stand in
which it was placed.
A ghost, in naval language. Is a
noise which, cannot be accounted for.
In a destroyer one becomes a con connoisseur
noisseur connoisseur in noises.
The steering gear clanks heavily at
Intervals and the rhythmic beat of thd
engines is always there, changing only
when the speed Is altered. In heavy
weather the washing and beating of
the water makes a hundred noises.
But ghosts are extra noises and
should be avoidable. Some misplaced
or Ill-flttlng article or a. loose screw
may cause the noise, and with the
ship's vibration It will knock or rattle
with a regular persistency that will
drive the most placid mind nearly to
frenzy, nnd sleep will rarely be the
victim's portion until he has left his
warm bunk nnd found the cause of
the trouble and the ghost is laid.
COIN TOOK FANCY OF" ARABS
Austrian Maria Theresa Dollar Has
Long Been the Principal Money
of That Region.
The only coin in general circulation
in Abyssinia Is the Austrian Maria
Theresa dollar, of silver. It Is also
the principal money In Arabia, and
the story of its introduction In those
regions and all the neighborhood of
the Red sea is quite interesting.
More than a century ago trading
Arabs got hold of some of these dol dollars
lars dollars and found the effigy of the queen
(which they bore on one side, the re reverse
verse reverse showing the Austrian double
eagle) so attractive that they sought
to obtain more of them, fcr sale as
Jewelry. Later on they became highly
popular as a medium of exchange In
mercantile transactions in Arabia;
and when at Intervals the Turkish
government prohibited their Importa
tion a large and profitable business
was done in smuggling them through
Aden and other seaports.
They are all dated 1780, being even
now minted from replicas of the orig
inal die, which is of rather crude
workmanship. Any change would not
be understood by the Arabs and
Abyssinians and would render them
less acceptable.
Bankers and 'merchants in the Bed
eea region Import the Maria Theresa
dollars in bulk. from Trieste selling
them at a good profit or exchanging
them for native merchandise. They
are somewhat larger than our silver
dollars, but weigh less than an ounce
and are only a little over four-fifths
silver.
Wrought Iron From Ore.
Wrought Iron is not commonly pro produced
duced produced direct from the ore, but a Cali California
fornia California metallurgist, using petroleum
as fuel, claims to avoid the usual trou troubles
bles troubles and to obtain pure iron at a much
reduced cost. The ore, after grinding
to pass through a sixteen mesh sieve.
Is mixed with some heavy oil, such as
asphaltum. The mixture is made into
cylinders, each of a size to yield about
150 pounds of reduced iron, and these
cylinders are placed In the furnace
and gradually heated to the welding
point of the Iron, then taken out and
compressed into blooms. A little sili silicate
cate silicate rock Is added to give slag enough
to hold the semifluid mass together.
To avoid reoxldatlon the great diffi difficulty
culty difficulty in previous processesa reduc reducing
ing reducing atmosphere is maintained in the
furnace, and the bloom I compressed
before entirely removing from the fur furnace.
nace. furnace. The time required for heating
through and reducing is given as four
or five hours.
Generous Royal Gambler.
One of the most romantic gambling
"stories is told by Mr. Thlsel ton-Dyer
of a plainly dressed stranger who once
took his seat at a faro table, and after
an extraordinary run of luck succeed succeeded
ed succeeded in breaking the bank. "Heavens V
exclaimed an old. Infirm Austrian offi officer
cer officer who sat next to the stranger. "The
twentieth part of your gains would
make me the happiest man in the
world
"You shall have it, then," answered
the stranger as he left the room. A
servant speedily returned and pre
sented the officer with the twentieth
part of the bank, adding: "My mas
ter, sir, requires no answer. The
successful stranger was soon discov
ered to be no other than the king of
Prussia in disguise.

REBUILDING TIRES

VULCANIZE I

J3
Oldawaha?Ave
I '''' i..,- . .1,

A money-maker and hard work saver for land clearer exd wood-cuttfrj
contractors. One man can move it from cut to cut. Blmpla and reliable.
I!u4re4sia MfclloTrtfceU.S. When not la ui for wo4 t?.ng. tit 4 II. P. motor vO
kmamiil tel ntfUs. f td cutun. fomps.U. Cidk dUmU frem mr

X. WUOsm. mrnms. Orm. -ml
Aaitriea next tarn sort
wood tor fat
L Oma Wad
vUl do It mtm't
9nm-tath tat eoft.
tr trM Book. "LUnr
'air. falict-
ItaUaanctpM- yO
lajp

work at rW AN V S v-T ,v A

writ isZ3 vsr-i-s- i y lj 3 w

nod. RLJ?J?7'XZsff-- r I r-9t&U.BJt if

CLARKSON HARDWARE CWAIW
Distributors for Marion, Levy, Snmtcr and Citrns Counties.
Ocala - - Florida

( :: X
wife 'v'f-a.v. vw. -. r ri:tr r
'V' VA 7 r ; j r ; r II
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ZESTFUL and sparkling Orange-Crush
tempts the thirst and allays it com completely,
pletely, completely, refreshingly.
Each champagne bubble of Orange-Crush is
aglow with carbonated golden goodness.
Served ice-cold, the fresh-fruit flavor of Orange
Crush becomes superbly delicious.

Orange-Crush is obtainable wherever soft drinks
are sold. Try an ice cold bottle. Then Jorder
a case for the home. We stake our reputation
as bottlers on the purity of Orange-Crush.

OCALA ((0B$Mr

5c by the bottle.

THE WMID)0R MOTEL
Jacksonville Florida

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 $1X0 per day per person to 56.

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

Nothing ventured, nothing: gain.

BY VULCANIZING

Is the cheapest and most
effective means of replac.
ing blowout, worn-dawn
and used-up tires on your
car. We can vulcanize any
tire or tube which has
enough "base or substance
left on which to rebuild,
and most tires and tubes
are in this class. Start to
economize.
Jfc.-
jar rC" -T
Ocala, Fla.
aT.
ft I Lm r; r f k tTmO r.m.
TTTT
BDT. IS.
less by the case.
J. E. KAVANAUGH,
Proprietor.
Venture a few dollars in advertirirj.



OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, MAY 5, 1919

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u 1

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOB

SALE, .FOB BENT AND SIM SIM-ILAB
ILAB SIM-ILAB LOCAL NEEDS

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

vance.

FOB BENT -Bungalow at corner of
Fifth and Tuscawilla streets. For in in-)
) in-) formation apply to L. B. McKenzie. 6t

FOR SALE Pair of good mules.

Will sell cheap for cash. S. S. Sav

age Jr., Ocala, Fla. 3-10t

FOB SALE! 14 acres land, large

house, barn, good well with pump;

2 miles out on Silver-Springs road.

A real bargain and with good terms.
See S. S. Savage Jr., Ocala, Fla. 3-10t

WANTED Stenographer. Write or
'call at Marion County Board of Trade,

Ocala, Fla. 3-3t

SIX BUICK FOB SALE 1917 model
. in first class condition mechanically.

Part time if desired. Apply at the

Maxwell-Chalmers Agency, Ocala,

Fla. 3-6t

AN OPPORTUNITY Trade for!

stock or sell Baby Grand touring car;

new paint; new top; good proposition.

What have you? P. O. Box 108. 36t

r UK KJfcjJN i I wo-story, six-room

house, with bath, on South Fourth

street. Apply to Mrs. Frank Harris.

Phone 88. l-6t

WANTED Hickory blocks 46 inches!
long, six inches and up in diameter,

saw butted both ends, unsplit, clear

of knots and other defects. I will in

spect and pay seven dollars per cord
f. o. b cars at any shipping point
when as much as one carload is ready.

Address S. P. King, Mannsville,

Fla. 5-l-6t

FOB SALE Buick racer, just over

hauled, newly painted, first class con condition.
dition. condition. Party going north reason for
selling. A bargain. Price $500. Ad

dress postoffice box 297, Ocala. 30-6t

LOST Valuable information by not

reading this advertisement where you

can get long-distance hauling done.

Special attention to farmers for mov

ing vegetables to shipping point. Call

on or write L. E. Yonce, Ocala, Fla. tfj

EASTER LILIES Hardy out-door
grown flowers. Keep unusually well
and mature all buds. For sale in any
'-.quantity. Phone 323, or call. Mrs.
George L. Taylor, 18 North Watula

street. 307?

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

F0UND-7-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, 326 North Maagnolia

Street.

FOB BENT 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 Joad of wood can
be had by phoning Smoak's Wood

Yard, phone 146. tf

ruit OAL.H; we have on nana a
worm-driven Ford truck which we will

sell at a bargain. Auto Sales Co.,

North Main St., phone 248. tf

AUTO REPAIR SEBVICE For
. quick and reliable automobile service
come to the Florida House Garage. J.

C. Lanier and H. C. Williams. 8-lm

Mr. W. O. Gore of Lacota is visit

ing in town today.

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davies will re

turn this afternoon from a brief visit
I to Jacksonville.

Mrs. W. B. Banner of Lacota came

j in today to meet her sister, Mrs. O. H.

Dudley, of Titusville.

LIBEBTY BOND INTEBEST DAY

In the schools throughout the Sixth
Federal Beserve District, May 15th
will be observed as Libety Bond in interest
terest interest day. Interest on Liberty Bonds
will be due that day and if every own owner
er owner of one of these government bonds
clips the coupon and infests the mon money
ey money in war savings stamps it will
amount to $95,000,000 in, 1924.
THE CUP OF KNOWLEDGE

Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Gore and sister,! The best substitute" for the saloon

Mrs. W. B. Banner of Lacota, are I is a bookcase. Whether you find it in

visitors in the city today. la public library, in a bookshop, or in

your own home, the bookcase can

Mrs. B. H. McDougal and children match every thrill that the saloon

of McCall are guests of Mrs. Mc-lever gave, and add some of its own.

Da u gal's sister, Mrs. B. S. Hall. I If necessary, you can put a foot rail

along the bottom shelf and read

Time to take a tonic Nyal's Spring I standing up. Collier's Weekly.

Sarsaparilla is a spring blood tonic

Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 29-6t

FROM FARM TO MILLINER

The county judge has issued a mar

riage license to Peter Hekkema Fort

and Miss Mabel Agnes Hyde of Cand

ler.

OCALA FilAIERilAL ORDERS

OBDEB Or JSASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter No. 29. O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge'i hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Isabel Wesson, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.'

WOODMEN OF THE WOBLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 8 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.

ODD FELLOWS

Miss Mary Burford is expected to

arrive this afternoon after a very

pleasant visit to her brother and his

family in Atlanta.

We employ eignt experts in our

auto repair department. "There's a I

reason." Ocala Iron Works Garage. 6t

All girls interested in masquerade

dance for Friday night, lease meet at

the Woman's Club tomorrow after

noon promptly at 4:30.

i in 1 1 1 ii in i ii i in ii

Mrs. W. J. Frink and little daugh

ter, Bettie Mclver Frink of Bartow,

are guests of Mrs. Fnnk's parents,

Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Mclver.

Mr. C. B. Johnson, C. Q. M. (a),

from the naval station at Pensacola,
was in the city today. He belongs to

the naval aviation service.

Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Hall have bought

. ..... 1 xL.

a neat iiuie summer nome m vue

suburbs of Asheville, N. C, and ex

pect to occupy-it about June 1.

Mr. Harry Brown of Tampa, for

merly connected with the Tampa Tri

bune, but now working for Uncle Sam

in connection with the occupation

tax, is in Ocala.

Mrs. John Myers, who arrived aSt-

Mrs. John Myers, who arrived Sat

urday for a week-end visit to Mr. and

Mrs. F. W. Ditto, returned to her

home in Jacksonville today. J

Large supply of Velvet Beans and

Chufas now on hand. The Ocala

Seed Store. 7-11-19

Process by Which Ostrich Feathers

Are Introduced to the Markets
of the World.
The greatest ostrich farms are in

South Africa, and the feathers when

plucked are shipped to Port Eliza

beth, undoubtedly the chief ostrich
feather port of the world. Here they

are received by the recognized mer merchants,
chants, merchants, who sell them for their clients
at the auctions held every fortnight.
These merchants receive the goods In

boxes, sort themp and sell them on
a commission basis of IVx per cent.

The auction sales are held In what

is known as the feather warehouse.
This covers more than an acre, and
consists of a great room full of trestle trestle-work
work trestle-work tables. Upon these-tables the

plumes are laid out In lots, and buy

ers from all parts of the world look

over them and bid as they are put

up for sale. Sometimes fully" one
hundred thousand dollars worth of

feathers are displayed at one time.

After purchase, the feathers are re

sorted, and then shipped to London

and other centers nearly nine-tenths.

in fact, of the total quantity go to
London, where auctions are held at

stated periods of the year. The Lon

flon feathers are re-sorted before they

are sold, the merchants there han

dling, in normal times, twenty to thir thirty
ty thirty tons of feathers every two months.

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F,
meets every Tuesday evening in the

Odd Fellows' hall on the .third floor of
the Star ooffice building at 8 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always

extended to visiting brothers.
Joe Potter, N. G.
J. D. McCaskill, Secretary.

R. A. U. CHAPTER NO. 13

Begular convocations of the Ocala

Chapter No. 13, B. A. M on the first

Friday in every month at 8 p. m.

J. A. Bouvier, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions

held every Monday evening at 8

at the Castle Hall, over the G. C

Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial wel

come to visiting brothers.

W. W. Stripling. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. & S.

The many friends of Mrs. Vernie

Stevens of Lakeland will regret to

hear that she has been seriously ill,

but hope that better news will soon

be received from her bedside.

The regular monthly meeting of

the Woman's Auxiliary will be held

at the home of Mrs. C. L. Gamsby, at
4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, May 6.
As this is united offering day, those
having blue boxes will please bring

them to be opened or else send contri

butions for the offering.

Mrs. Ed Carmichael and Miss Caro

lina Harriss are the delegated recip recipients
ients recipients of $10 which will be used for the
purpose of buying tobacco and cigars,

to be presented to the old soldiers

the Confederate home in Jacksonville
as a gift from the Fannie B. Gary

Chapter C. of C.

There are plenty of fish in the lake

formed by Camp's dam in the With-

lacoochee. The other day, a party con

sisting of Messrs. F. E. Wetherbee,

J. G. Swaim. Fred Savaere and Clvde

Moxley, went down there and caught

fifty-one big trout in a little over an

hour.

A GIRL LIKE YOU.
It's the faith of & little rlrl lik you

That counts when the world goes wrong.

when a fellow's down and mighty blue
And his Hps can voice no song-.
When the loneliness seems hard to bear
And the scheme of life proves tame.

It's knowing somehow, that still you ears

That makes a fellow g-ame.

When he wants to quit In the first. Ions

mile,
Turn back In the grilling race.

When the goal beyond don't seem worth

while
And he balks at the speedy pace.

It's then that the faith of a girl like you

Makes him reckon the coward's cost.

And he plays to win as a man should do.

The game he might have lost.

It's girls like you that keep men straight.

Keep them white clear through and

clean.
It's girls like you that make men great
And not what they might have been.

Oh! It's good for the man when all seems

night.

When the clouds hide the goal from

view.

Just to knuckle down and fight, yes fight.

For the sake of a girl like you.
Springfield Union.

FITS IN ANY ANYWHERE.
WHERE. ANYWHERE. People shy on
punctuation
Needn't go to
smash.
Tou can save
the situa situation
tion situation Always with
A dash.

We are not using any flour substi

tutes in our bread, cakes and pies
now. In fact, they are better than
ever. Let us serve you. Carter's
Bakery. tf

Mrs. Barnett George, Mrs. E. P.

Clark and pretty little daughter, Ha

zel, and Mr. H. H. King, of Morriston,
motored over Sunday to visit Mrs. J.

J. Harris, who is a patient at the hos

pital. Mrs. George brought Mrs. Har Harris
ris Harris over one day last week. Shortly
after, Mr. Harris was also taken ill
and had to undergo an operation for

appendicitis. We are glad to learn

both are now improving.

AIR SERVICE

No War Tax on Home Consumption

COURT PHARMACY

ASK
F.W. DITTO
Local Agent for the

PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO.
About the new Life Policies now
being written by this grand old

company.
F. 17. DITTO, QCALA,FLft

All men who wish to take part in
the development of the nation's air
service, as an aviator or dirigible bal balloon
loon balloon pilot, chauffer, mechanic or work
at some thirty other trades required
iu the air service, by sending their
name and address in care -of the De Department
partment Department Air Service Office, 104 Broad
street, New York, N. Y., immediately
will receive an important communica communication
tion communication on the subject which I have pre prepared
pared prepared after serving as an officer sev several
eral several months in the United States
army flying school at Souther Field,
Americus, Ga.. and at the United

States army balloon school, at Fort

Omaha, Nebraska.
Chas. J. Glidden,
Captain Air Service, U. S. A.

W. E. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf

Country's Coke Supply. t

Seventy per cent more coke than
ever before will be available this year
to help solve the fuel shortage, ac

cording to Electrical Review. This
supply will be further Increased by
the development of tar, coke-oven gas

and other by-products newly dlgnl

fled in war times as available fuels.

Pulverized coal to attain the greates

efficiency is also a subject that Is In Interesting
teresting Interesting fuel men just now. Some

of the advantages of pulverized coa

are: The utilizing of every heat.uni

in the coal; the reduction of labor for
handling coal, and the maintenance
of a constant temperature in the fur

nace.

NOTICE TO DISCHARGED

SOLDIERS AND SAILORS

Particulars as to obtaining the
sixty dollars bonus for discharged
men can be had by applying to the

undersigned. D. Niel Ferguson,

Chairman Civilian Relief Committee

American Red Cross, Ocala, Fla.

HAMPSHIRE PIGS FOR SALE

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

FUNERAL DIRECTORS and E LIB ALTERS
AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
No charge for delivery of caskets anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R- PYLES JR-
Licensed Embalm era
Office Phono 10 Might Phonos 225 or 423

5

SELL YOUR SCRAP TO A HOME fJAN

WE PAY

wt. cl aieet acruu xc uur. iuu

Spring Steel Scrap 30c pen 100 lbs.
light cast Iron Scrap.. 30c per. 100 lbs.
Heavy Cast Iron Scrap. 40c per. 100 lbs.
Light Cast Brass Scrap. ..05c per. 1 lb.
Heavy Cast Brass Scrap 08c per. 1 lb.

MIRIAM REBE&AH 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

lows' hall at 8" o'clock.

Mrs. W. T. Whitley, N. G.
Eloise Bouvier, Secretary.

I WILL CALL AND PAY FOR SAME CASfl

JUNK" JOMMSOM Box596

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vTvTATAT I

OCALA LODGE NO. 286. RP.O.E

Ocala Lodge No. 236, Benevolent

and Protective Order of Elks, mets

the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month. Visiting breth

ren always welcome. Club house oppo

site postoGre, east side.

' J. H. Spencer, E. R.
E. J. Crock, Secretary.

MARJON-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.

JL. meets on the first and third

Thursday evenings of each month at

S o'clock until further notice.

H. O. Cole, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE

OF TRAINS AT OCALA

According to Both Railroad and Local

' Time Schedules

Seaboard Air Line

R. R. Time (Northbound) Local Time

Sunny Jim): For Wilcox. Mon-

dav. Wednesday and Friday.

if Sunny Jim): or Lalceland, Tues

day, Thursday and Saturday.

tJDaily except Sunday irom vvu-

cox.

For Homosassa.
(Branches, Northbound)
Ar. Lv. At.
l:53p No. 48 12:53p
6:45p No. J150 5:45p

10:48p No. f32 9:48p

4:40D INO. TX14U

fJDaily except Sunday for Wilcox.
From Homosassa. '.

1( Sunny Jim): From. Wilcox, Mon

day, Wednesday and Friday.
(Sunny Jim): From Laeland,

Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

Oklawaha Valley
(Southbound)
Ar. Lv. Ar. Lv.
l:00p No. 71 12:00p
(Northbound)

3:30p No. 72 2:30p

Ar. Lv. Ar. Lv.

l:41p l:56p No. 4 12:41pl2:56p

Lv.

3:45p

, 4:07p
2:50a

Ar.

3:06p
5:10p
2:45a

4.:07p

1:55a

Lv

2:26p
4:10p

1:50a

4:07n No. 1G 3:07p

2:55a No. 2 1:50a
(Southbound)
Lv. Ar.
3:26p No. 3 2:06p
5:10p No. 15 4:10p
2:50a No. 1 1:45a

Limited.

Atlantic Coast Line
(Main Line Northbound)
Ar. Lv. Ar.' Lv.

6:42a 6:42a No. 10 5:42a 5:42a
2:00d 2:20d No. 40 l:00p l:20p

2:12a 2:12a No. 38 1:12a 1:12a

(Main Lone Southbound)
Ar. Lv. Ar. Lv.

3:16a 3:16a No. 37 2:16a 2:16a

3:35p 3:35p No. 39 2:35p
10:13pl0:13p No. 9 9:13p
(Branches, Southbound)
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.Four months old, as live as you
ever saw; $15 each. Only five left.
Also one year-old boar. Nathan Mayo,
Summerfield, Fla. 28-12t
Peptone, the Great Tonic tf

Goodrich Ice Caps are guaranteed.
We have every style of them that
Goodrich makes. The Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. 29-6t

Peptone is sold in Ocala at Ceng's
Drug. Store at one dollar per bottle, tf

REPUBLIC TRUCK FOR SALE

A -ton internal drive Republic

truck, with driver's cab, body, wind

shield, canopy top and side curtains.

First class condition in every respect,

except front tires. The Maxwell-

Chalmers Agency, Ocala, Fla.. 2-6t

FIVE DOLLARS REWARD

The Star will pay five dollars for

eTidenee sufficient to warrant the ar

rest of any person who takes a copy

of the Evening Star from the prem

ises of any of our subscribers with

out the owners consent.

THE UN J VERSA L CAQ
Ford cars are important servants
everywhere. They help the family
enjoy life, bring the pleasures and ad advantages
vantages advantages of the town within reach of
the farmer and give practical service
every day in country and town. They
require a minimum of attention; any
one can run the Ford and care for it,
but it is better to have repairs and re replacement
placement replacement taken care of by those who
are iamiliar with the work and have
the tools, the genuine materials, and
skilled men to do the work promptly.
We pledge Ford owners the reliable
Ford service with real Ford parts and
standard Ford prices.
.
Tuclcer's Garage
Phone 439
Ocala ... Fla.

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 goinj:
nicely now; it is well chilled and it is do'wg full duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER. ;
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it mky sulk on you all the
remainder of the season.
OCALA ICE AND PACKING COMPANY

WHITE STAR LINE
TRANSFER M. STORAGE

AUTO
RUCK
SERVICE
Long Distance-Uoving

COVERED
MOVING
. VANS
Teaming PacMsg
Gosling

PnONE 295

COLLIER BROTHERS

TAKEN UP

One bay mare colt about two years
old. Owner can have same by paying
for feed and this advertisement. At
my place near Sharps' ferry. J. L.
Hinton, Ocala, Fla. 5-l-6t

Peptone Tonic,

tf

l. alexand:

PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND, BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Give3 ITore and Better
Work for the Honey thsn any ctltr
contractor In ths city.



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