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The Ocala evening star
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EVENING

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Weather Forecast: Thunder showers
tonight, except fair northwest por portion;
tion; portion; Wednesday fair.
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 122

"Sc.

present Wilson's

SPECIAL MESSAGE!
Made a Number cf Important and
Timc-ly Recommendations
to Congress
(Associated Press)

Washington, May 20. The receipt, Washington, May 20. Republican
of the president's message, cabled; Leader Mondell announced in the
from Paris, was the principal .feature? House today that the resolution pro proof
of proof the second day's session of the new posing submission of an equal suf-

Congress. The message was read
separately by the Senate and House
clerks without a joint session. The
actual work of legislation was begun
in the House today with a meeting
of the appropriations committee.
Steps toward Senate committee work
were also taken, the initial meeting
of the conference committee on com committees
mittees committees being scheduled.
THE MESSAGE
. Washington, May 20.- The presi president's
dent's president's message recommended repeal
of the war time prohibition laws, as
far as they apply to wine and beer
only.
The message announced definitely
that the railroad system, telegraph
and telephone lines should be return returned
ed returned to private ownership, the railroads
ac the end tf the calendar year.
The president urged revision of
war taxes, particularly to abolish the
manufacturers and retail excises.
A general program respecting labor
is outlined. '
The president again urged enact enactment
ment enactment of the woman suffrage constitu constitutional
tional constitutional amendment.
The message recommended that
the tariff laws be- supplied with teeth
to protect American industry against
foreign attack.
The president spoke for legislation
to facilitate American enterprise
through the expansion of shipping
and backed Secretary Lane's program
for the returning soldiers.
Of the Paris peace conference and
the league of nations, the president
merely said it would be premature to
discuss them or express judgment.
He also avoided discussion of domes domestic
tic domestic legislation at length because of his
long absence from, Washington. ?
ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTION
TO VICTORY LOAN
A. E. Gerig ......... v .
G. D. Pasteur
M. B. Meadows ..........
J. A. Talton ......
E. C. Sims ...........
"Miss Anna Sue Souter ...
Miss Una Shealy . ... . .
Mrs. Kate B. Howell
Sidney H. Pasteur. .
Vaughn Sims ............
Hazel Lee Tison .........
J. Mason Tison Jr.
Charlie G. Tison .........
R. S. Rogers
Marcus Frank ...........
Max Israelson : ...........
E. C. Bennett . ..........
Mrs. Mary L. Logan ......
100.00
250.0Q
50.00
100.00
700.00
100.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
50.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
250.00
1,000.00
200.00
200.00
50.00
G. T. Maughs
100.00
VI. x. AuauKua ........... auu.uu
L. N. Green .............. 300.00
Parker Painter ...... 200.00
Ocala Coca-Cola Bot. Co..
qnn nn
N. P. Dehon ......
Mrs. Janie Close .
Mrs. W. L. Armour
I. S.. Smith Jr.
Geo. G. Maynard .
C. H. Rogers ......
J. J. Jirash .......
W. P. Williamson
W. F. Brown .....
Albert McClain ...
G. C. Green ... .-.
W. W. Clyatt .....
Mrs. J. R. Dewey
Miss Marian Dewey
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
500.00
50 nn
50.00
C. Blowers ........... 1,000.00
Presbyterian C. E. Society,
Weirsdale '..;
Mrs. Lettie M. Albertson .
Frederick M. Baden
Clarence R. Black
Joseph M. Black-
Sam Leigh
Van P. Kelsey ...........
50.00
100.00
100.00
100.00 1
100.00
100.00
100.00
Mrs. Olney W. Kelsey . .
100.00
Hugo Schroeder 50.00
R. G. Warwick
Alter R. Lee ...
J. R. Joselyn
Louis Weihe .
J. W. Gardner ;.
Walter Sims
J. M. Harrelson
J. W. Davis
H. B. Swope .
J. J. Marshall .
50.00
100.00
1,000.00
100.00
50.00
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50.00
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD
The Star will pay five dollars for
evidence sufficient to warrant the ar arrest
rest arrest of any person who takes a copy
of the Evening Star from the prem premises
ises premises of any of our subscribers with without
out without the owner's consent.
Pretty White Sport Oxford Slip Slippers,
pers, Slippers, ivory sole and heel. Phice, $5.
Little's Shoe Parlor. 13-6t

equal suffrage

IS UP AGAI
Backed by Republican Votes, the Hens
I Expert to Crow Over Their
Opponents This Time
j Associated Press)
f rage constitutional amendment
i would be called up for tomorow for
passage, lhe announcement followed
a report on the resolution by the suf suffrage
frage suffrage committee. A similar resolu resolution
tion resolution was offered in the Senate today.
REPRESENTATIVE VAN DIKE
Washington, May 20. Representa Representative
tive Representative Van Dike of St. Paul, Minn.,
commander-in-chief of the United
Spanish War Veterans, died in a hos hospital
pital hospital here today. He was a democrat
serving his third term in Congress.
BERGER CHALLENGED
Washington," May 20. When the
name of Victor Berger, of Wisconsin,
was called in the House yesterday as
new members were sworn in, Repre Representative
sentative Representative Ballinger, of Massachusetts,
republican chairman of the elections
committee, according to a pre-arranged
plan, formally challenged his right
to be seated. Berger is appealing
from a wartime conviction under the
espionage law. Speaker Gillett di directed
rected directed Berger to stand aside when he
appeared with his state delegation
for the oath and refused to recognize
him when he tried to speak as a mat matter
ter matter .of personal privilege.
BOUGHT ANOTHER MAXWELL
Mr. Eric Collier of the White Star
Transfer Company, found his busi business
ness business growing to such an extent that
he had to obtain more equipment. As
the Maxwell truck, bought eight
months ago, has" been the first satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory motor driven truck 'that he
has ever had, and has given perfect
performance all day long and every
day with scarcely any expense at all,
other than fuel, he decided that two
Maxwell trucks were better than one,
so added another to his equipment
Saturday.
Collier Brothers, each working for
the other, though one is in Ocala and
the other in France, now have two
Maxwell trucks and two double mule
teams, all as busy as they can be. The
truck business is growing and its
.uses broadening. Many long trips
.with heavy loads, formerly impossible
j with v mule teams, are now not only
possible but profitable, and a great
deal of long distance hauling is add-
ing wonderfully to their business.
SHOOTING AT THE
"FLYING SQUADRON'
(Tampa Times)
Tallahassee, May 19. Representa Representative
tive Representative Phillips' plan to kill the so-called
. j i i
flvmS squadron," which has conduct-
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in lIie ouse at noon ana was aeoaiea

200.00 az IenStn ms rider is to return to
50Q(j! the old system of examination by
1qqqo county superintendents. Representa Representa-100.00
100.00 Representa-100.00 jve Greene's motion to strike out the
10o!oO'nactmg clause of the bill failed.
10o!oO I Then Representative Phillips of

fered a substitute for his original
bill, which provided rules for conduct conducting
ing conducting the county examinations. This
also failed.
Representative Green then offered
an amendment for the formation of
a state board of teachers' examiners
wim an appropriation oi $ouuu aDove
fees taken in to defray expenses. This
was under debate at 1 o'clock.
Mr. J. A. Griffin and wife have re
turned to Ocala from Jacksonville.
! Mr. Griffin is a skilled job printer
and will take a position with the Star.
Mr. T. I. Arnold returned from
Jacksonville Monday, accompanied by
jMrs. Arnold, who, the Star is glad to
say, win make ner ucala iriends an
extended visit.
Deputy Sheriff Grubbs has a letter
informing him that his son, Wm. E.
! Grubbs, with the service of supply, is

100.00 : now located in Paris.
200.00 1
400.00 1 ie county judge has issued mar mar-30000
30000 mar-30000 rage licenses to Boyd H. Stone and

Miss Macy M. Tucker, to Julian (J.
Weathersbee and Miss Vera L. Whit Whit-ten.
ten. Whit-ten. Federal B (?).
Peptone, the Great Tonic tf
W. K. Lane, 51. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida v. V tf
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Peptona. tf

ALL OUR AUICAI1
FLYERS ARE SAFE

But It is Feared' that Gallant Hawker
and Grieve Have Perished
in the Atlantic
.. ( Associated Press)
Washington, May 20 After weath
ering a sixty-mile gale and heavy
seas; the missing seaplane NC-3, flag flagship
ship flagship of the American naval trans trans-Atlantic
Atlantic trans-Atlantic flight squadron, entered Pon Pon-ta
ta Pon-ta Delgada harbor yesterday under
her own power, almost sixty hours
after she was forced down by fog
while near the Azores on a record record-breaking
breaking record-breaking flight from Newfoundland
for Lisbon and Plymouth, with the
crew safe.
NC-3 IS BATTERED
Washington, May 20. The NC-3 is
not in condition to resume the trans-
Atlantic flight. A message to the
navy department today from Horta,
said the damage from buffeting when
the seaplane was forced to alight
near the. Azores definitely put her out
of the race. It was also reported that
the NC-4 is, still stormbound at Horta
and would not attempt the flight to
Ponta Delgada this morning.
NC-4 ALL RIGHT
Horta, May 20 (By the Associated
Press.) Seaplane NC-4 started for
Ponta Delgada at 12:40 p. m. today,
Greenwich meridian time. The weath weather
er weather was clear and the wind favorable.
AT PONTA DELGADA
Washington, May 20. The sea sea-plane
plane sea-plane NC-4 arrived at Ponta Delgada
from Horta at 10:24 a. m. Washington
time.
FEARS FOR HAWKER AND
GRIEVE 7
London, May 20, 11 a. m. (By the
Associated Press.) The weather has
been so bad off the Irish coast that
the airplanes ordered to search for
Hawker's machine have been unable
to fly. There were strong winds, rqin
and fog during the night. All com communication
munication communication centers in London are
silent as to news from Hawker and
Grieve. Even the rumors which pre
vailed yesterday and last night have
died out.
The opinion is expressed in admir
alty circles that Hawker came to
grief soon after starting. It is point pointed
ed pointed out that he would almost certainly
have sent a farewell message before
getting out of radio range had an ac accident
cident accident not befallen him in the mean meantime.
time. meantime. That Salvation

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Several thousand veterans of the Argonne Forest recently entered New
York harbor. Among them were several badly wounded Marines. One man,
easily distinguished because of a coat sleeve that dangled empty at his side
and a Croix de Guerre, was making his way slowly to the waiting ambulance
when a Salvation Army girl approached him and offered doughnuts and coffee.
MNow I know-1 am home, he said. "Those doughnuts helped a whole lot
'over there,' and, first crack out of the box when we land, we find more wait
ing for us. The best thing about the Salvation Army work out near the front
line was the smile that accompanied the gift. Those girls had a knack of
wrapping up every doughnut and every cup of coffee In a smile. The dough doughnuts
nuts doughnuts were fine, but the smile that took the place of powdered sugar." The
Salvation Army Home Service Fund Campaign for $13,000,000 opens May 19,
to last one week.

PERSHING REMAINS
Oil THE RHINE

He May Have to Lead the American
Army On a March to
Berlin
(Associated Press)
, London, May 20. Gen. Pershing's
proposed visit to England has been
indefinitely postponed. It is inferred
here the postponement was due to the
official view that it would be inadvis inadvisable
able inadvisable for the commander of the Am American
erican American forces to leave the Rhine until
the Germans have signed the peace
treaty.
RIOTS IN STETTIN
Berlin, May 20. Violent rioting is
again reported at Stettin, where nine
civilians and twenty soldiers are re reported
ported reported to have been killed.
GERMAN VERSION OF THE
FOURTEEN POINTS
Berlin, May 20. The German reply
to the peace terms will be handed to
the representatives of the aliled.and
associated, powers Thursday, the
Tageblatt says. The contents of the
reply) it is added, will adhere closely
to the German .version of Wilson's
fourteen points
POLES ARE VICTORIOUS
Warsaw, May 20. The Ukrainian
offensive against the Poles has been
completely broken, according to an
official communique. After hard
fighting the Poles occupied Balica and
Novasiolki. The Ukrainian losses
were' extremely heavy.
BISHOP GREER
(Associated Press)
'New York, May 20. David H.
Greer, Protestant Episcopal bishop of
New York, died here last night.
THE CENTENARY DRIVE
At a meeting of the working com committees
mittees committees of the Methodist centenary
movement last evening it was found
that Ocala as usual had gone over the
top in its subscriptions to the cause.
The Ocala Methodist church has been
assessed $10,448, and at last night's
meeting the reports showed that up
to date there had been subscribed over
$13,000. Mr. D. W. Tompkins, chair chairman
man chairman of the local collecting teams,
tells a Star reporter that the local
subscriptions will reach over $15,000.
Dainty Stationery for the Girl
Graduates. We have it. THE SPEC SPECIALTY
IALTY SPECIALTY SHOP. A. E. Gerig. 19-3t
Army Smile

IPORTAUT MATTER

BEFORE TRADE BODY
A Number of Serious Problems will
be Presented for Solution at the
Meeting Thursday Night
One 'of the most important meet meetings
ings meetings held by the Marion County Board
of Trade since its reorganization will
be held Thursday night at 8 o'clock.
The education committee of the or organization
ganization organization will make a report on th
Ocala schools. The report should be
heard by every member of the Board
of Trade. The board of governors
will have an important report to
make with regard to the good road
legislation that is now on the calendar
of the House of Representatives, in
cluding the bills passed by the Sen Senate
ate Senate and the Wilder and Scruggs bills.
The new industries committee will
have a report to make on its efforts
to secure a landing field tin onear
Ocala in connection with aerial postal
and merchandise service. Suggestions
will be made in connection with the
entertainment next year of the Flor Florida
ida Florida State Horticultural Society.
HALF HOLIDAY FOR
THE SEABOARD MEN
The freight station will be closed
Thursday afternoons during the
months of May, June, July, August
and September.
C. A. Harris, Agent.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Ocala. Fla., May 6, 1919,
The board of county commissioners
met with all members present present-Mr.
Mr. present-Mr. Ed Scott, chairman of the state
road department, was present and
discussed with the board road prob problems
lems problems and assistance that the board
may expect from the state in the
future.
Esther Peterson was ordered taken
off the pauper list.
Mr. H. h. Straub was granted per permission
mission permission to construct a boat house
and wharf where the public road en enters
ters enters the waters of Lake Weir on the
boundary of the 'Lakeside hotel prop property.
erty. property. Ida Rigdon's allowance was ordered
raised to $15' per month.
Messrs. W. J. Piatt, S. J. Lovell and
Walter Nichols were authorized, as a
committee, to take charge of the
county dipping vat at Pedro, with au authority
thority authority to fill said vat with cattle dip
and charging all parties using same
for dipping cattle atthe rate of three
cents for each animal, said revenue
to be retained by the "committee and
used for keeping the vat charged and
the cost and maintenance of said vat.
The above to be effective until the
time when compulsory cattle dipping
is in effect.
.Bids submitted in accordance with
advertisement for the completion of
the construction of one mile of road
starting near Harmon Hall's pasture
fence running to stake No. 47, were
opened and the bid of E. W. Luffman
in the amoutn of $1150 being the
lowest and best bid received was ac accepted
cepted accepted by the board and the matter
placed in the hands of Commissioner
Talton to have contract and bond ex executed.
ecuted. executed. Commissioner J. W. Davis was au authorized
thorized authorized to sell a wagon, the proper property
ty property of Marion county, at Belleview, at
the best price obtainable.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhcad, home demon demonstration
stration demonstration agent, appeared before the
board- and discussed the progress of
her work and notified the board of
her intention ta resign in the near
future in order to engage in a differ different
ent different line of work. The board express
ed its appreciation of her worlc in
the past and its regret upon hearing
of her intention to quit.
A petition asking the commission
ers to grant and change the course of
several roads in the Summerfield and
Lake Weir vicinity was ordered laid
over until the next meeting.
A petition asking for road connect connecting
ing connecting the Burbank Gore's' landing road
with the Orange Springs and Ocala
road was ordered laid over' until the
next meeting.
A petition was submitted by the
citizens of Belleview requesting a
change in the present route of the
Dixie highway through the town of
Belleview, which was referred to
Commissioner Davis.
Bids, submitted in accordance with
advertisement, for the construction of
a ferry boat, were opened and bid of
E. L. Mills for construction of said
ferry boat in the amount of $200 be being
ing being the lowest and best bid received,
was accepted by the board.
Moses Boyd and Mary Jackson
were ordered taken off the pauper
list.
Check was ordered drawn in favor
of the bond trustees of the Dunnellon
special road and bridge district in the
amount of $3.78 for redemption taxes
deposited in the county depository for
the benefit of said district.
, Warrants Nos. 9592 and 9798 for

OCALA MR CLUB

EETS THIS EVENING
Officers Will be Elected and a Repre Representative
sentative Representative from the Florida Automo Automobile
bile Automobile Association will be Present and
Will Make a Talk.
The Ocala Motor Club meets to tonight
night tonight at8 o'clock in the Board of
Trade room. An election of new officr
ers will take place. The club is get
ting in new members, and it is pro proposed
posed proposed to make the organization thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly alive. As a pranch of the
Florida State Automobile Association,
the Ocala club is also affiliated with
the American Automobile Association
and its members entitled to the priv privileges
ileges privileges of the latter organization. A
representative of the Florida 'State
Automobile Association is coming
from Orlando to be present at to
night's meeting.
Among the objects of the organiza
tion is the promotion of good roads.
the dissemination of road information,
information' concernincr crood hotels
and garages, the posting of the high highways.
ways. highways. Some of the road signs of the
state organization were recently
erected in Ocala and in the county;
and the organization contemplates a
complete posting of the roads of the
county at an early dale. The state
association also has an insurance
feature. It offers protection against
loss by fire, theft and collision.
All motorists are invited to be pres
ent at the meeting of the Ocala Motor
Club tonight. It is hoped that he
membership in the club will become as
large as possible. The representative
from the state organization will ex explain
plain explain the workings of the organiza organization,
tion, organization, and will answer any questions.
v.62 and $9.20, on the road and
biidge fund were ordered cancelled.
Duplicate warrants were ordered
issued for road warrants dated April
8, 1919, as follows: No. 9743, to Fred
Buhl for 75 cents; No. 9744 to Joe
Young, for $2.25; No. 9745 to Robert
Michael for $1.50, and No. 9746 to
George Buhl for $8.25.
. Upon motion the board transferred
$300 from sheriff arid deputies cost
bills, $500 from witness fees and $200
from feeding prisoners in the fine and
forfeiture fund, $300 to light, water
and fuel, $100 to advertising and
$C00 to contingencies in the general
fund ,and directed the clerk to write
the comptroller and request that he
approve said transfer.
The board ordered that general
warrants Nos. 7759 and 7850 for $3
each be cancelled.
Report was received Irom T. B.
Crossley, Wade Hastings and Albert
Brewer, a commission appointed to
view and mark out road connecting
with old Salt Springs road, recom-'
mending the following route, viz:
Beginning at a point where the
Norwalk and Salt Springs roads fork
in section 11, township 13, range 25
east, extending east upon half section
line of said section 11, to line of sec section
tion section 12 until said line intersects the
old Salt Springs road, following the
said line of the old Salt Springs road
in a southeasterly direction, inter intersecting
secting intersecting the Ocala road at Salt
Springs, which report was accepted
and the road ordered posted for open
ing.
The board recommended to the
comptroller that Buford Leitner be
allowed to redeem the sw quarter of
nw quarter and nw quarter of sw
quarter and the w half of ne quarter
of sw quarter S 21 Tp 14 R 22, and
the se quarter of the ne quarter and
the e half of ne quarter of se quarter
of S 20 Tp 14 R 22, at the face value
of certificates and omitted years taxes
without interest x-
The board requested the S. A. L.
Ry-to construct a crossing over the
new public road about a quarter of a
mile south of the depot at Silver
Springs Park.
Pension allowance of Mrs. Mary C.
Hood was approved.
Bond for license to carry pistol of
S. M. Hooper and notary public bonds
of M. E. Robinson and A. C Thomas
were approved.
The county depository county
judge, sheriff, tax collector, justices
of the peace and inspetcors of marks
and brands filed reports.
The following warrants were order-,
ed paid:
General fund No. 7918 to No.' 8069,
for $2386.37; fine and forfeiture fund,
No. C341 to No. C392, for $243.32;
read fund, No. 9790 to No. 9992, for
$8,420.76; agricultural fund, No. 703
to No. 704, for $133.33; state aid road
fund, No. 88 for $320.85; Dunnellon
special road and bridge district fund,
(check) for $3.78.
There being no further business
the board adjourned.
O. H. Rogers, Chairman.
Attest: P. H. Nugent, Clark,
Large supply of Velvet Beans and
Chufas now on hand. The Ocala
Seed Store, 7-11-19



OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1919

OCALA EVENING STAR

Published Every Day Except Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
OF OCALA, FLA.

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R. R Carroll, President
P. V. LeavenaTood, Secretary-Treasurer
J. O. Benjamla, Editor

Entered at Ocala. Fla., vostofflce
4eeond-clas3 matter.

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TELEPHONES
Dnalnesa Of flea Five-Oae
Editorial Department Two-Sevea

present primary law and not enact I testing against any pardon for J. J.
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another. The lecrislature has no more Menaennau. vve narajy xninK oov.

right to make rules for the democrat- Catts will pardon Mendenhall, but if
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in mrtv thnTi it hat tn make rules lor ne aoes n win De sometime Between

the Baptist church. As long as the Nov. 5, 1920, and Jan 1, 1921.

party made its own primary rules, it

got along very well. "FLORIDA STATE HOSPITAL

NEGLECTING OCALA'S INTEREST We highly approve the following

noble sentiment from the Gainesville

The- secretary of the Board of2un,

Trade and some of its members have A Dill has passed at least one

erroneously accused the Star of try- branch of the Florida legislature to

ing to keep tourists and the state cnange tne name oi tne insane asylum
ranital out of Ocala. so we think it is at Chattahoochee so that it shall be

no more than fair that we remind the hereafter known as the Florida State

board of one instance in which it has nospitai. uoa win Diess tne man wno
greatly neglected our city's interest, introduced that bill. There are two

and another in which it is showinir parts to man the mental part and

treat apathy. Itne physical the mind and the body.

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The state of Florida has decided ooay is composea oi Diooa ana

that it must build another hospital for bone and of thousands of tissues,
its insane. It wants to put up an in- muscles and nerves. The physical

thou-

shall have the best of treatment. It sands oi ills, ro lever and aches and
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wants to establish Hhe institution sprains ana wounas. wnen we De-

in a healthv locality near a laree and come ill of body we are treated with

up-to-date town in the central part of the tenderest care and solicitude,
the state. The committee in charge Neighbors call to see us or inquire

of the matter favored Ocala. the gov- about us. The mind, or, more proper-

ernor and his cabinet favored Ocala W speaking, the brain, is composed of

and the chances are about two in thousand more of nerves and lntnc-

three that Ocala could have been acies. The snapping of a smgle tissue

chosen if our business men, mostly or nerve may derange the mind. Yet

renresented bv our Board of Trade. 13 a curious fact that we draw sym-

had exerted themselves. patneticaiiy near to those afflicted of
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. '. .--- m- --.-. -.v. v-. i i nis institution -would ne OT con- uuaviuua.ucntaiiv urew

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secutive insertion. Aiierna.e inser- siderable business value to the peo- Arum muse muicw;a ana ae-
loSVhir.kTn fes??han pie of our city. Putting up the build- ranged in mind. We feel flattered to
ix times 5c per inch. Special position ;n.s WOuld have broueht a small know that whole community is talk-

J.VcIT 1 of workmen and a considerable ing of our bodily sickness and feel

will take higher rate, whicn
furnished on application.

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Three months, in advance 1.50
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W. C. A, UNIFORMS
TO CLOTHESTUDEHTS
Suits Worn by War Workers Will
Be Given to Penniless Stu Students
dents Students in Switzerland

win be amount of trade to the town. After abashed and ashamed to know that

the buildings were up and the pa- cur mentally deranged ones are being
tients established in them, their food spoken of at all. To have it said that
and a o-oorf deal of their other sud- ur unfortunate loved ones are, or

plies, to the amount of about $25,000 ever have been, in the 'lunatic' asy

a month, would have been bomrht lum maices us nang our heads in

from our merchants. This institution shame. Many thus afflicted however,

would be worth almost as much to recover ana return to their homes,

A th aprnnd Red Ocala as the state capital, and a great ?nly. to be taunted sometimes byhav-
L fAr g' the SeCnd Red CrS deal more than any tourist business S it said, 'You've been in the lun.

drive begau.

we are likely to secure. auc asylum bo-called wits think it

The Star some months ago called smart to nippantiy speak ol -the asy-

rrv-Q Cniv(lf;nT1 .,- : j.j. ine otar some momns ago canea -v """" kuo
JihLS!?!10n Army anVe 18 g this matter to -the attention of the 1 as the 'bug house.' Hospital, or

well in Ocala.

The telephone operators in
sonville are out on strike.

Jack-

Ai i. 4. I intr jcaia reierrea to in

wc piCBCXit laic uui -uiuicio a.c .

returning, all but 400,000 will be .n L"c UV ff""1

Board of Trade. It met no encourasre- saniionum, sounas Detter. it re

. II j1 .

ment. Why? A majority of the lif- "eves ine grievea nearts oi the dear
teen or twenty members that control ones at home. That's why we say

the board had a childish dread of hav- oa W1U Dless senator King.

Ocala referred to in connection

Their sen-1 The mother pension bill has tiass-

home by July 1.

i
A year ago ,last night, four German
airplanes were shot down in a raid on
London.

sitive nerves recoiled from the pros- ed both houses of the legislature and
pect of being joshed about it when will now go to the governor for his
they received letters from their signature. The tax levy for the sup sup-friends
friends sup-friends or met them away from home, port of the bill was increased from

Some Americans and probably peo-1 one-quarter to one-half mill. The

pie of several other Christian nations I beneficiaries must have been resi-

m. ,.i,.t. n w have the bad habit of ridiculing in- dents of the state for four years and

signed a compact to close their places sane people, Turks Chinese, Indians of the county for one year. Tampa
of business every Thursday afternoon ?f Africa, look upon Tribune.

from May 22 to Oct. 1. "iCI" a ",ae Ti J 1 g ?

. n-i I : n x i;

At the meeting of Florida post- are sic. m mmu as ii iutirp.i s.

masters in Orlando, W. C. McLean of Lu"" m uuuy, u we uiaa ifc is going w

Orlando was chosen president. The P110?. inem as nonoraoie as receive.

ovinia xj.uiji-iiis. jrcuiJie v uu niaiw u
jest of an insane asylum have the! That big rain in Miami in March

same idea of wit that a bellcow has evidently didn't do so much damage,

cf music. las the government marketing bureau

next meeting will be in DeLand.

.. St. Johns county, the very home of

the adjutant general of Florida, is
going to disband its Home guards.

Tampa Tribune.
Foster could have held them.

A ocrn nn fVia Ampriran "front.

our aviators brought down two Hun asylum. Nobody ever hears any ridi

In Alabama is the pretty and flour- has just reported that 2232 cars of

ishing city of Tuscaloosa. It is a nice 1 tomatoes have been shipped from that

town as well as an enterprising one, section so far and light shipments are

and for the last half a century it has I still going on. It's hard to keep a good

been the location of the state insane thing down in Florida. Times-Union.

Wasn't that the rain that caused

airplanes, and another was shot down
by our gunners. On our side was
lost that splendid young aviator, Maj.

Haoul Lufberry.

Two years ago, President Wilson
ordered a division of American troops
to go abroad the vanguard of that

cule shoved at Tuscaloosa. Some of Gov. Catts to extend by one month

the best people in America live there the time to pay taxes.

and they are proud of their town.

Do the people of Ocala think the If they move Tallahassee to Ocala

Board of Trade has acted for their in-1 then heaven preserve Tallahassee!

terest in this matter? I Tampa Tribune.

And here's something else: I If the people of Tallahassee didn't

During the last Congress, Senator depend so much on the state govern-

r-ivr o-r fW v.o sr.p f Fletcher and Congressman Clark, in ment, they would probably preserve

the conflict, and is now helping to sPite of strong opposition, had an ap- themselves by developing their natur-

piupiiauuu muue iur me umawana. i .csuurtc., wuiui are gr.au me
It was a little appropriation, just capital" has had a deadening influence
l a . -m -w . li i

ThA Rffl- n hpartiW endorse Ren- ivugn 10 sian worn, iz was ine un- on ineir enterprise.

" j IT I J j. .!

Kill tn nrpvpnt uersuinuing mai li tne nver was

Jf I .iii; I i i i i I Tk TT ii I .i 1

uLiiizeu, u. some snowing couiu Dei -i7. xiauiuuu peruuenuy remarks

made of commerce on it, the work I that if the poor people of the country

would go on: if not, it very likely! fed fewer worthless dogs they would

wouldn't. be able to buy more school books for

It has been almost three months I the children. Times-Union.

resentative Lewis

marriage licenses issued in any coun

ty of the state from being effective in
every other county. If it becomes a

law, it will save a good many silly

girls from ruin.

If the legislature does not remove

the Bryan primary incubus, with its
fii-of- a nr. conrr1 Vin.o nHeiTrd.lK.PS

.r.rr.-ipvit.pc, fmm thp shnnlriprs making up its appropriation bills. It

of the voters, it will have failed in an wiU Je a republican Congress, and our

important duty. Tampa Times.

since Congress adjourned, and nothing I They have to buy too many books

has been done toward putting any now, but if they had fewer dogs they

traffic on the Oklawaha. In less than might be able to buy better food and

seven months Congress will begin! clothes.

The legislature should repeal the

M1CKIE SAYS

HElA-CV. VYHASSAf ? EtT

CttSH REGISTER A.rf

CARE 7 r40fe,-rHS At NT THE

REPWR. SHOP VVW' DOMf CWA-

ao v e rti s t no"?

TRN AOVeR.Tl5lMG? ThM

MAKES M WOR'.O. N'BETCHAJ

Official uniforms of the Yoxmg Wo Women
men Women s Christian Association mines
the Blue Triangle, the Association In Insignia,
signia, Insignia, will be worn next winter by
women students who have been strand stranded
ed stranded in Switzerland during the war and
who, because of lack of funds, inabili inability
ty inability to re-enter their native country, a
desire to finish their university courses
or tecause they have no family to
which to return, will remain there next
year.
Elizabeth M. Clark, who has been In
Switzerland for ten years under the
World Student Christian Federation,
has appealed to the National Student
Committee of the Y. W. O. A. for cloth clothing
ing clothing for the 800 foreign women stu students
dents students in Switzerland. The scarcity of
clothing last year among these almost
refugee students made it necessary for
two girls to share one coat so that
only one could go to classes orgo out
of doors at a time. x
Four large packing cases of all
kinds of used clothing, save hats,
which is In good condition, have been
collected hastily from women college
students In the New England States,
Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania,
Maryland and Delaware by the Stu Student
dent Student Committee of the National Y. W.
C A. to be sent over in response to
Miss Clark's appeal. This clothing will
be' dyed, cleaned and made over in
Switzerland.
In addition to the clothing collected
from students In colleges nearest New
York a case of uniforms, which have

been turned in by Y. W. C. A. secreta

ries who did war work, and the offlcial
erar uniform ulsters Is being sent. As

uniforms are being turned in by war
workers they will be claimed by the

Student Committee, which will remove

the Insignia and prepare the uniforms

so that they may be worn by these

women who have been forced by world

events to remain tn Switzerland for

everal years.

QUEEN MARIE INVITES

Y. V. C. A. TO RUMANIA

Extends Invitation to Overseas Work.

era In Paris.

Parts, April ZL Queen Marie of

Buzaania, following a conference with
a representative committee of the

American Y. W. C A, held at the Bits

Hotel, Paris, has invited the American
Young Women's Christian Association

to come to Human la and open work

under her patronage.

ATTvw.g the representatives of the Y,

W. C A. present at the conference
were : Miss Harriett Taylor, bead ol

the American Y. W. C A. work over

seas; IXlss Mary Anderson of Hudson,

Wis.; Miss Mary Dlngman, head of
the Y. W. C A. industrial wor la
France; Mrs. Margaret B. Fowler ol
Pasadena, OaL, and Miss Charlotte

Nlven. head of the Y. W. CL A. work

in Italy. A notable guest at the meet'

ing was Madame Catarjl, wife of the

Becretarr of tie BummUn lesatioa la

Parts.

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Y. W, C A. WORKER
18 DECORATED.

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FUHERAL DIRECTORS and ELI BALF.1 ERS
AUfOLIOBILE SERVICE
No charge for delivery of caskets anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JIL,
Licensed Embalmers
Office Phono 10 night Phonos 225 or 423

I-C-E 2
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 fall duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER.
Dont let it lapse even a little bit it may sulk on you all the
remainder of the season.
OCALA ICE AND PACKING COMPANY

TOKIE'PISO

Lis

0) l CO) r

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We wish to announce that Hood,
flsl and Swlnhart Tires have been re reduced
duced reduced in price approximately

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"THE TIRE MAN"

Let Us
Wash.

do Your Family
All Flat Work

Returned Finished.

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We will never feel that we have

senators and representatives will not I gotten back to normal until we can

have the influence with it they had saunter down town on Saturday and

with the last Congress If. when the purchase with fifty cents what we

committee comes to the Oklawaha an-1 now pay two-fifty for Orlando

propnation, there are no freight Reporter-Star.

boats on the river, and no immediate You may do that stunt in the New

prospect of any, that appropriation I Jerusalem, but never in Orlando.

will be cut out and won't go back in

again for years, if ever. I What good would a seat in the

The boats that can be most ad-! House do Victor Berger if he has to

vantageously used on the Oklawaha J stay in the penitentiary? Times-

can probably be built on its banks, but Union.

it will take months to build them. It is doing him good to the amount
TT 1l i 1 v .... I m -- .

naan i ine 3oara oi Trade better get oi -$bZo a montn twenty times as
busy on -this proposition at once. Imuch as one of the soldiers he tried

One of the conditions of sustained I to stab in the back.

improvement is that dockine facili

ties shall be provided. Has anything Dispatch from Rome says the pope
been done toward preparing for this! will try to obtain easier terms from

essential? Another thing to consider the Allies for the Germans. The

is that if the business men of Ocala, pope did not succeed in mitigating
most of whom are members of the the barbarity of the Huns, and it
board, would get together in an seems to the Star that it would be

agreement to have as much of their very bad form for him to try to in-

goods as possible brought by the terfere in their behalf,

river, some boatmen of other cities

would very likely be glacKto provide We understand there is to be a new
the vessels to carry the freight. Why German flag. We suggest a double

is this not taken up and debated with! cross of yellow on a field of black.

some of the enererv devoted to less Tampa Tribune.

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U3ss Harlon Porter of New
York City was decorated the
other day in the name of the
Chaplain General of the Ameri American
can American army with the Church War
Cross.
Her citation was for her moral
and spiritual contribution to the
war.
For more than a year Hiss
Porter has been at a hospital
center in Ylttel. France, as a
representative of the T. W. O. A.
in charge of ft nurses club there.

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RECOMMENDED BY
UNCLE SAM FOR MALARIA

MICKEY IS THE STAR'S DEVIL

important subjects? Debate is an in

dispensable preface to any community
movement, so it had better be com

menced at once.
The Star has always been a staunch
adherent and supporter of the Board
of Trade, but it reserves the right to
tell it when it snoozes at the switch,
which it certainly did in the first
matter we mention, and seems to be

doing'' again in the second.

The Woman's Club of Clearwater
has sent a petition to Gov. Catts pro-

Most people now alive will be dead

before the next chance of the Ger Germans
mans Germans to double-cross anybody ar arrives.
rives. arrives. We hope they will have learn learned
ed learned better by then.

Arcadia is calling for the organi organization
zation organization of a cornet band. We trust it
will be thoughtful and not practice
after 10 o'clock nights and disturb the

sleep of the? Arcadia sleeping teach
ers. Tampa Tribune.

The Tribune can be awfully mean

sometimes.

Quinine, One of the Three Ingredients
of the Famous Malaria Medicine,
Dr. Williams No. 101 Tonic
The United States Public Health
Service at Washington recommends

quinine for .malaria, to which every

reputable physician agrees. This is

one of the ingredients in the popular

malaria medicine, Dr. Williams No.

101 Tonic, which is prescribed by

quite a number of prominent physic physicians
ians physicians thruout the malarial belt. They
say they eet Tbetter results from it

with their patients that if they pre prescribed
scribed prescribed straight quinine. Dr. Williams
No. 101 Tonic not only contains qui

nine, which kills the malarial germ,
but also iron, which is a splendid

tonic and increases -the appetite." The

third inirredient is magnesia, which

reeulates the bowels. Dr. Williams

No. 191 Tonic is therefore a well bal

anced, efficient remedy. Try a bottle.

Your druggist can supply you. 5-12-19

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.

Peptone Tome. tf

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OCALA EVENIKG STAB, TUESDAY, MAT 20, 191S

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Represents the j
National Surety Co.
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And can furnish all kinds of J
bonds. This Company is ap-
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and its bonds will be accepted H
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OCALA flCCUHREKCES

If you have any society items,
please phone One-Two-One (121).
Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor -moved
yesterday to their beautiful home on
the lake for the summer.

RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED
BY THE WOMAN'S CLUB

The Wednesday afternoon bridge
club will meet at the home of Miss
Adele Bittinger tomorrow afternoon
at 3:45 o'clock.

ALT FI!

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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.

Pound paper, all colors, 50 cents a

pound. Envelopes to match 15 cents

per peckage, at the Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. 20-6t
Don't forget that Theda Bara in
"Salome," a great feature picture,
will be at the Temple Thursday.
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Walters leave
today in their car for Miami, where
Dr. Walters goes to attend the meet meeting
ing meeting of the Florida Medical Association.

Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Lane and Mrs.
Sanders motored to Dunnellon yester

day afternoon to be present at the

commencement exercises that were
held last night.

Miss Meta Jewett arrived yester yesterday
day yesterday from Lakeland to be a guest at

North Carolina Round Herring fe home of her brother, Mr. Stephen

V ,ocwcu aim xamiiy xur sume tune, one

per lb. IOC was accompanied by her two pretty

little nieces.

. This fish is packed in brine some-; Jewett

thing on the order of the the brine in
which Holland herring comes. The

A most congenial and merry party

, civen in honor of several of the vis.

fish is fat and juicy and makes ; antors in town, motored to Eastlake
. l T.-p i- a i a a

uppebiiiig uicaRiaoi,. yesieruay aiiemoon. viier a swim

in the lake,! a most delectable lunch
was enjoyed. The remainder of the

evening was spent in dancing andl

music. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Cox and
Mrs. John Dewey acted as chape chape-rones.

.. TEAPOT

AILHOAD SCHEDULES

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, v
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:50 am. J'cksonville-NewYork 2:50 am.
l:C3pm. Jacksonville 3:26 pm.
4:07 cm. Jacksonville- 5:10 p.m
( Tampa )
2:50 a.m ) Manatee v 2:50 am.
( St. Petersburg )
3:28 pm. Tampa-Manatee 1:41pm.
5:10 ipm. Tampa-St. Petersburg 4:07 pm.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm J'cksonville-New Tork 3:15 am.
2 :20 pm, J'ksonvllle-G'inesvllle 3 :35 pm.
6:42 am. J'ksonville-O'nesvllle 10:13 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am.
3:35 pm. St. Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:00 pm.
7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wilcox
7.40 am. Du'nellon-L kelaud 11:03 pm.
3:25 pm. Homosassa 1:45 pm.
10:13 pm. Leesburg 6:42 am.
4:45 pm. -Gainesville 11:50 am.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
TuMday, Thursday, Saturday.

"A SPLENDID TONIC"
., -...
Says Hixson Lady Wbo, On Doc Doctor's
tor's Doctor's Advice, Took Cardui
And Is Now Weil.

Hixson, Tenn. -"About 10 years ago
I was..." says Mrs. J. B. Gadd, of
this place. "I suffered with a pain In
my left side, could not sleep at night
with this pain, always in the left
side. ..
My doctor me to use CarduL I
took one bottle, which helped me and
after my baby came, I was stronger
and better, but the pain was still
there.
I at first let it go, but began to get
weak and in a run-down condition,
so I decided to try some more Cardui,
which I did.
This last Cardui which I took made
me much better, in fact, cured me. It
has been a number of years, still I
have no return of this trouble.
I feel it was Cardui that cured me,
and I recommend ft as a splendid fe female
male female tonic"
Don't allow yourself to become
weak and run-dovn frcm womanly
troubles. Take CarduL It should sure surely
ly surely help you, as it, has so many thou thousands
sands thousands of other women in the past 40
years. Headache, backache, sldeache,
nervousness, sleeplessness, tired-out
feeling, are all signs of womanly trou trouble.
ble. trouble. Other women get relief by taking
Cardui. Why not you? All druggists.
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elver &l MacKay

UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
lHONE$ 47. 104. 385
OCALA, FLORIDA

A beautiful line of Graduation
Cards at "THE SPECIALTY SHOP."
A. E. Gerig. 16-tf
Dr. and ""Mrs. Harry Walters left
early 4 this morning in their car for
Miami. Dr. Walters goes to be pres

ent at the Florida Medical Associa

tion, which convenes this week in that

city. The railroad surgeons of the

state, of which Dr. Walters is one. ex

pect to organize as a body. Dr. and

Mrs. Walters are anticipating a de

lightful trip and expect to-be gone
until the end of the week.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract worJc Gives More and Better
Work for the Honey than any other
contror in tb city.

DH. G. A. H. EDMISTON
Veterinary Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phone 501. Office Phone 123
. Ocala, Florida.

Mr. Whitfield Palmer is the envy
of many auto owners, being the proud
possessor of an eight-cylnder Chevro Chevrolet.
let. Chevrolet. This is a beautifully designed
five-passenger car, and besides mak making
ing making a fine appearance has one of the
very best engines in it that it made.
These cars are sold by the Ocala Iron
Works, and they are proving to be
very satisfactory and popular.
Pound paper, all colors, 50 cents a
pound. Envelopes to match 15 cents
per peckage, at the Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.. 20-6t
Misses Maryela Bray and Eunice

Felts spent the week-end in Palatka
as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam

Poole. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Poole.

Miss Bray and Miss Felts, Mr. Carver

and Mr. Zack spent the day pleas pleasantly
antly pleasantly on a motor trip. They went to
Hastings and St. Auemstine. visiting

points of Mnterest in that city. About

noon the party crossed to the island,
where they spread their lunch and en

joyed a swim in the curf and a spin

in a car on Crescent Beach, returning
to Palatka in the evening. Misses
Bray and Felts returned to Ocala yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday.
Ocala was well represented at the
commencement exercises which were
held at Dunnellon last night. The
following went from Ocala in cars:
Dr. and Mrs. W..K. Lane, Mrs. Sue
Sanders, Mrs. R. G. Blake, Miss Irma
Blake, Mrs. Walter Preer, Mrs. G. W.
Martin, Mrs. Harry Black, Mrs. Anna
Holder, Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mjss
Louise Boie, Miss Wynona Wether Wether-bee,
bee, Wether-bee, Mr. Clarence Blalock and Mrs.
Andrew Neville. The exercises wera
held in the auditorium of the school

house, the stage being attractively
decorated for the occasion in th

class colors, red and white. Those
who occupied places of honor besides

the graduates were Dean A. A. Mur Mur-phree
phree Mur-phree of the University of Florida,

Mr. W. L. Colbert, Mr. George W

Neville, Professor Feagle and Mr. J.

H. Bnnson. Dean Murphree delivered

the address of the evening. Professor

Feagle, principal of the school, acted

as master of ceremonies and Mr.

Brinson, superintendent of public in

struction, presented the diplomas. The
program was short but well carried
out; and interesting to all present.

The literary program was interspers interspersed
ed interspersed with musical numbers which all
thoroughly enjoyed: This year the

graduating class contained five young

men and young women who received

their diplomas. The graduating class
consisted of Mr. John Haynes, presi president
dent president of the class; Miss Mamie Ruth

Sanders, class poet; Misses Oris
Knight, Louise Grumbles and Pearl
Feagle. Miss Knight gave a vocal
selection, accompanied by Miss Louise
Grumbles. Miss 'Pearl Feagle gave an
iristruemntal selection which was
very much enjoyed.
Peptone is sold in Ocala at Ceng's
Drug Store at one dollar per bottle, tf

The following resolutions, adopted
by the Ocala's Woman's Club at its
meeting Saturday afternoon, were in introduced
troduced introduced by Mrs. B. T. Perdue, spon
sor for the service flag:
Whereas, during the great world
war that our nation has been engag engaged
ed engaged in, the service flag, emblem of
pride, purity, patriotism and democ democracy,
racy, democracy, was proudly raised in the hearts,
the homes, the churches, the clubs, the
workshops and everywhere, and the
stars thereon stood for our boys,
their loyalty, bravery and lofty
ideals; and,
Whereas, as hostilities have ceased
and demobilization is in progress,
which includes the furling of the ser service
vice service flags, and laying them tenderly
away, and bidding us to look up and
afar along the lines of reconstruction;
and,
Whereas, when the Congress acted
and our president issued the call for
men to stand out and maintain the
standard of democracy for the world,
the sons of the women of our club re responded
sponded responded fifty-four strong, and our
flag was held aloft and in looking at
the stars upon that roll of honor. we
see the names of R. L. Anderson Jr.,
Leslie Anderson, Edward Anderson,
Edward Anthony, Perry Anthony,
Julius Brown, Harry Bullock, Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Bullock, Robt. A. Burford Jr.,
Wiley Burford, Sam Burford, Louis
Chazal, John Chazal, Charles Chazal,
Robert Connor, Edward Connor, Nor Norton
ton Norton Davis, Welch Dewey, Dr. H. C.
Dozier, Roy Galloway, Jack Galloway,
W. T. Gary, Henry Groves, Edward
Green, R. S. Hall Jr., Frank Harris
Jr., Charles Lloyd, George MacKay,
Robert MacKay, Alfred MacKay,
Kenneth MacKay, Miss Mary Mar Marshall,
shall, Marshall, Hugo Mcintosh, Peter Mackin Mackintosh,
tosh, Mackintosh, Clarence Meffert, Gordon Moor Moor-head,
head, Moor-head, Robert Moorhead, Walter Moor Moor-head,
head, Moor-head, Irvin Rogers, Dr. C C. Shep Shep-hard,
hard, Shep-hard, LaG range Sistrunk, Wayne Ten
Eyck, Hubert Ten Eyck, Heron Todd,
Ben Todd, Robert Tydings, Brantley
Weathers, Paul Weathers, Olaf B.
Zewadski, Guy B. Zewadski, Clarence
B. Zewadski, J. D. MacDonald, John
Gordon and :Dr. H. F. Watt; and,
, Whereas, all of them "have seen
hardships, some have been wounded
and three Wiley Burford, George
MacKay and LaG range Sistrunk,
have paid the supreme sacirfice, have
answered the last roll call here, but
stand at attention, saluting their God
in the beautiful beyond; and,

Whereas, because of our pride in

them all, our love for them individu

ally, we wish to wrap in and around
the folds of our service flag as we
lay it gently away, this our tribute to
these sons and their mothers; there therefore
fore therefore be it

Resolved, by the Woman's Club of

Ocala that we will always cherish the

memory of our boys, the service they
gave, and the wonderful victory won,

and that our love and pride in them
is exemplified "by this flag with its

many stars; and -be it further

Resolved, that these resolutions be

spread on the minutes and published

in the local papers.

A JUNE WEDDING

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The Star has received the following

announcement:'

"Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Timberlake in

vite you to be present at the marriage
of their daughter Katheryn to Dr.

Robert Goree Nelson, on Monday eve

ning, the second of June, one thou

sand, nine hundred and nineteen, at

seven-thirty o'clock, "Avondale,"

Saunders ville, Tennessee."

Dr. Nelson is the eldest son of Mr.

and Mrs.1 E. K. Nelson of Tampa, and
has a host of friends in this city who
will be greatly interested in his ap approaching
proaching approaching marriage, and extent to

the happy young couple the best of

good wishes.

MILITARY EXHIBITION

TOMORROW MORNING
The military companies of the high

school will give an exhibition and

competitive drill tomorrow morning.

beginning at 11 o'clock. Cash prizes

are offered for the scruad of each

company and the privates of each

company doing the best drilling in

this contest: 58.50 to the winning

squad and $5 to the winning private
of Company A, and $6.25 to the win

ning squad and $3 to the winning pri

vate of Company B. The prizes for
these contests are very generously of offered
fered offered by the Munroe & Chambliss Na

tional Bank. The judges will be

lieutenants .Norton Davis, Louis Cha
zal and Frank Harris Jr.
All who are interested in the mili

tary drill in the high school are cor cordially
dially cordially invited to attend, those who are
not interested are urged to attend

that they may become interested.

In making your engagements for
the week, do not forget the class nlav.

"A College. Town," to be given by

the senior class of the Ocala High

School Friday evening at the Tempi
theater.

In putting on this play the seniors

will be assisted by several other

students of the high school and spec

ial music will be rendered by the
Girl's Glee Club,' the Male quartet and
the mixed quartet under Miss Porter's

direction.
NOTICE TO SINGERS

All those who will take part in the

singing at the commencement exer

cises Sunday, are reauested to be

present at the Baptist church at 8

o'clock this evening.
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Make thrift a happy habit through

war savings stamps.

The National Orange Drink

A PURE, sparkling fruit beverage
with a flavor richly rare and
tempting. Orange-Crush contains
the full flavor of the natural orange
with an added champagne sparkle
produced by a special carbonating
process. Pure as the freshest fruit,
Orange-Crush is a far finer thirst-
5 cents the bottle.

Ocala

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quencher and much more delicious.
We suggest that you order a case of
Orange-Crush today for the home.
Obtainable wherever soft drinks are
sold. The product of our modern
bottlingestablishment,Orange-Crush
is the perfect family health-drink.
Less by the case.
BotlffllMg Worlcs

TALLAHASSEE TOPICS

The report of the special commit

tee appointed at the special session to
investigate state institutions was
made to the legislature Monday on
the state prison farm at Raiford. The
report, is signed by John W. Watson,
E. P. Wilson and W. W. Phillips, and
shows excellent condition of that in

stitution under the management of J.
S. Blitch, superintendent.

Governor Catts has signed the fol

lowing bills: An act increasing the
fees of sheriffs; act requiring all in

surance companies to have re-insur

ance contracts approved by the state

treasurer; act amending statutes re

lating to railroad construction by

companies not incorporated in Flor

ida; act amending law putting into
effect prohibition amendment.

Indefinite postponement of Phil

lips' bill to repeal the act creating j
the state teachers' examining com-1

mission, better known as the "flying

squadron," was the result of a vote

after a warm debate in the House.

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Spend a little less than you earn

it's a sure road to success. Put your
savings in war savings stamps.

GRAY HAIR BECOMES
DARK AIID BEAUTIFUL

Try Grandmother's Old Favorite
Recipe of Sage Tea and
Sulphur.

Almost everyone knows that Sage Te
and Sulphur, properly compounded,
brings back the natural color and lustre
to the hair when faded, streaked or
gray. Years ago the only way to get this
irixture was to make it at come, which
h raussy and troublesome.
Nowadays we simply ask at any drug
stoje for "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Compound." You will get a large bottle
of this old time recipe improved by the
addition of other ingredients for about
50 cents. Everybody uses this prepara preparation
tion preparation now, because no one can possibly tell
that you darkened your hair, as it does
it so naturally and evenly. Yon dampen
a sponge or soft brush with it and draw
this through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time; by morning the gray
hair disappears, and alter another appli application
cation application or two, your hair becomes beauti beautifully
fully beautifully dark, thick and glossy and you
look years younger. Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur Compound is a delightful toilet
requisite. It is, not intended for the cure,
mitigation or prevention, of disease.

1 Dodge Touring Car in first class mechan mechanical
ical mechanical condition.
1 four cylinder 1918 model Buick Road Roadster;
ster; Roadster; good condition.
1 1917 model Overland Touring Car; in first
class condition mechanically and as to
tires and body.
2 first, class Ford Touring Cars.
1 Maxwell Touring Car, 1918 model; never
used at all.
1 1917 model Maxwell Touring Car; fine
condition thruout.
1 1918 model Maxwell Touring Car; fine
condition
1 1916 model Maxwell Touring Car.
1 1913 model Cadillac Touring Car, (you
can name the price) and it is in good
condition with good tires.
1 Republic 3-4 ton Internal Gear Truck,
with body and canopy top, finemechan
ical condition.
White Gasolene Touring Car, 1913 model,
in very best of mechanical condition,
looks fine.-

ORDER Or KASTERN STAR

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

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be seen at our place o! business. We are

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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY. MAY 20. 1919

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

RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c.; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance. WANTED A. C. P. O. of the U. S.
Naval Aviation Corps, U. S. N., de desires
sires desires to act as relief for one or two
months in the clerical or bookkeep bookkeeping
ing bookkeeping departments. Anyone contemplat contemplating
ing contemplating leave or vacation will do well to
communicate with L. R. Parrish, 702
L'me street. 20-5t
PERSONAL Will the gentleman
wno loaned me an auto jack Sunday
evening on Gainesville road, please
send me name and address ? E. M.
Hastings, at Mclver & MacKay's. 19
ROOMS WANTED Three or four
furnished rooms for light housekeep-,
ing. Wanted at once. Apply at the
Star office. I 19-2t
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WANTED Bookkeeper for meat
market one competent to keep ordi ordinary
nary ordinary set of books. Apply at New York
Meat Market, West Broadway. 19-3t
WANTED To rent a piano; must be
in good condition. Best of care will be
given it. For further information, call
at 412 Oklawaha Ave., or at the Star
office. 19-6t
LOST On Orange avenue, one bag
of laundered clothes in bedticking
bag; between Sam Pyles 4 place and
Ocala. Finder return to Star office
and receive reward. Anna Williams. 3t
AUTO BARGAINS One second hand
. Crevrolet 1316 touring ca r in Al
shape, $400; one 1914 Buickf touring
car, new tires, $150; one 1915 Velie
touring car with self starter and bat battery,
tery, battery, practically new tires, $300; one
1914 Ford roadster $175; one 1916
Ford touring car $350; one worm drive
Ford truck $400. Auto Sales Com Company,
pany, Company, phone 348, North Main St. 6t
FOR SALE Cedar j)Osts, seven feet
long. Apply to J. J. Reaves, North
Ocala. 17-6t
LOST Between freight office and
two miles on Belldview,road, a crank
for Reo automobile. Finder return to
A. C. L. freight office and receive re reward.
ward. reward. A. G. Moree. 17-2t
FOR SALE Lawn swing and several
COrds of stnVA wnv1 nino nnrl nlr
Apply to Tom Lutz, 810 East Third
street. 16-3tt
FOR SALE Full blooded registered
Hampshire boar. A fine animal. Will
be sold cheap if taken at once. Ad Address
dress Address T. C. Carter, Ocala, Fla. 16-6t
FOR SALE Dandy Jersey milk cow,
just fresh. Apply to C. A. Holloway,
715 S. Lime St., Ocala, Fla. 5-6-6t
FOR SALE Fine black mare per perfectly
fectly perfectly gentle and will work anywhere.
Will be sold cheap. Apply to T. C.
Carter, at Carter's Bakery, North
Main street. 16-6 1
AUTO REPAIR SERVICE For
quick and reliable automobile service
come to the Florida House Garage. J.
C. Lanier and EL C. Williams. 8-lm
WANTED Your repair work on
guns, locks, lawn mowers, etc., at
301 S. Main St. Also buy and sell sec second
ond second hand furniture at 307 S. Main St.
J. W. Hunter, the Locksmith. 13-tf
WANTED Your stove, range and
refrigerator repair work. We also
buy and sell second hand stoves. Acme
Stove Hospital 326 North Maagnolia
Street.
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
TY ANTED All kinds of second hand
Furniture, Stoves, Organs and
oi her household necessities. Get my
prices. L. Hurst, at B. Goldman's,
0'ala, Fla. 24-lm
WOOD An honest load of wood can
be had by phoning Smoak's Wood
Yard, phone 146. tf
RAGS WANTED At the Star office.
Clean bed or table linen. Bring
what you have to the office, or phone
51. 25-tf
Large supply of Velvet Beans and
Chufas now on hand. The Ocala
Seed Store. 7-11-19
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F. W. DITTO
Local Agent for the;
PnUDEiiTIAl INSURANCE CO.
About the new Life Policies now
being written by this grand old
company.
F. CV.DITTO, OCALA ,FL.

LATEST LOCALS

The Star regrets to hear of the
illness of Miss Ruth Ervin.
Mr. Charles Swain the- Anthony
merchant is among the visitors in the
city today.
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Mrs, Horace Gobart, who has been
visiting Mrs. E. A. Osborne for a few
days, has returned to her home in
Gainesville.
Mr. James Leslie of Panasoffkee.
who has been spending a few days in
Ocala, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F.
G. B. Weihe, has returned home.
All friends of the Ocala high school
should attend the military exhibition
and prize drill tomorrow morning at
11 o'clock. It will be very well worth
seeing.
Mrs. F. Ei McClane, who has been
ill at the Ocala House, has been mov
ed to the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Simmons and we are glad to say that
she is very much improved.
The friends of the Ocala high school
are looking forward with pleased an anticipation
ticipation anticipation to the bright and interest interesting
ing interesting entertainment to be given by the
pupils next Friday evening.
The little three-year-old child that
was found on the streets yesterday
morning and taken to the rest room
for safekeeping, was claimed by a
small boy but the name of its parents
was not learned.
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The inspirational meeting of the
Woman's Auxiliary of the Presbyte Presbyterian
rian Presbyterian church will be held at the church
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Eve Every
ry Every lady in the church is urged to
come as important business is to be
transacted.
The Auto Sales Company unloaded
a carload of Dodge touring cars yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, and Mr. Mack Taylor, the
hustling proprietor, says that every
one was sold before it hit Florida soil.
Ocala is getting to be some automo automobile
bile automobile center.
Remember the graduate with a
nice card. We have a pretty line.
"THE SPECIALTY SHOP." A. E.
Gerig. 16-tf
Mrs. R. G. Blake went to Dunnellon
Saturday to spend the commencement
season with her niece, Miss Mamie
Ruth Sanders, who was the class poet
and also who wrote the words to the
class song, which was beautiful. Mrs.
Blake will return to Ocala today.
Miss Louise Gamsby, the librarian,
will visit the industrial school this
afternon and give the teachers and
pupils some instruction in arranging
their books. The school has received
about 300 books since the Star made
its first appeal for them, and the girls
prize them very highly.
That brave young soldier, Ivan
Long, formerly of Company A, but
transferred at Camp Wheeler to the
engineers, reached home yesterday
from France. Ivan was with the 77th,
which made the longest continuous
drive of any division on the front. He
saw much hard fighting, and is glad
to be home once more.
The musical tea given at the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club Saturday afternoon by the
music committee, of which Mrs. T. H.
Johnson is chairman, proved quite a
success as the sum of $16.90 was rais raised.
ed. raised. This money will go toward the
sum that is being raised for the me memorial
morial memorial avenue that is to be made
from the club house to the park.
Little Elizabeth Barnett, who was
taken to Tampa by Miss Gertrude
Robinson, a trained jiurse, to consult
a surgeon in regard to a fractured
arm, has returned home. The friends
of the Barnetts will be glad to know
that the arm will be usable, and that
in the process of time, the surgeon
hopes, will become satisfactory.
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Mrs. Leila King of Gainesville was
visiting her Ocala friends yesterday.
Mrs. King is clerk and stneographer
tc the management of the Alachua
county fair. She says that Alachua
will have the best fair of its history
next November, and Gainesville peo people
ple people want to see all their Marion
county friends. Mrs. King, who for formerly
merly formerly made her home in Ocala, has
many friends here, who .were glad to
see her.
In the. report of the Woman's Club
meeting last Saturday afternoon, the
name of Mrs. G. T. Maughs, vice pres president,
ident, president, who has from the club's begin beginning
ning beginning been one of its most ardent
workers, was unintentionally omitted.
Mrs. Maughs ably presided at this
meeting in the absenec of the presi president,
dent, president, and fulfilled her duties in a
manner most creditable to herself
and to her club.
Dr. E. Van Hood, who reached home
yesterday evening, ca'me by Atlanta
especially to see Sergeant Edward
Green. He found him cheerful and
steadily recovering. Dr. Hood says
Edward's recovery is wonderful. He
was terribly wounded, a piece of shell
weighing several ounces being driven
half thru his body. With this fearful
wound, assisted by a comrade, and
leading on a stick, he walked out of

jthe fire zone to the nearest dressing
station. Twenty years ago he would
ihave died, but surgical skill and his
own vitality are bringing him back to

full health.
Most beautiful line of Stationery
ever in Ocala; all colors; from 35
cents to 75 cents a box, at the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 20-6t
It behooves every member of the
Ocala lodge Knights of Pythias to at attend
tend attend the meetings now-a-days. A plan
is on foot to have a banquet every
thirty days for the summer months.
Space forbids us giving the full de details
tails details of the arrangements. However
every member of the local lodge is in invited
vited invited to the banquets under certain
conditions that will be fully explained
at each meeting. At the recent dis district
trict district meeting it was resolved that the
district increase its membership at
least 200 during the coming six
months. All Knights are urged to be
present at next Monday evening's
meeting to assist in the arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for the first of the series of
banquets.
Dr. H. F. Watt left today for Ashe Ashe-ville,
ville, Ashe-ville, to resume his duties in the
army. He expects, however, to re receive
ceive receive his discharge in a few days,
when he will return to Ocala. We are
glad to say that he expects to con continue
tinue continue to make his home here. During
his leave of absence he has received
plenty of proof of the esteem and
confidence our people have for him,
and their sincere desire that he re remain
main remain with them.
A beautiful line of Graduation
Cards at "THE SPECIALTY SHOP."
A. E. Gerig. 16-tf
The Ocala Rotary Club will have
its monthly luncheon at Mrs. Arms
hospitable home Thursday noon.
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. better and convince the millions of it that
manufacturer is going to lose his job.
A concern which makes good goods and
doesn't mark them so that they will be rec recognized
ognized recognized that doesn't tell about the good
qualities they possess is literally fighting
success.
A concern which makes poor goods and trade-:
marks and advertises them is taking the
quickest route to commercial suicide.
For the trade-mark upon good goods becomes
a badge of distinction; upon poor goods a
warning signal that repels instead of attracts
trade.
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Instruction of the public to buy the brand brand-name
name brand-name means destruction to the maker of sub substandard
standard substandard goods.
Most manufacturers are making better goods
each year simply because the public wants
them. There was never a time when the wants
of the public were as many and varied never
a time when it was as easy to tell them about
your goods never a time when the means
with which to satisfy their desires were as
plentiful as now.
Already many manufacturers have made
their trade-mark a synonym for certain com commodities.
modities. commodities. Look around and see how advertising has won
commercial supremacy for manufacturers of
many lines.
Then try to think of an unadvertised line,
appealing to the masses, that has won na national
tional national leadership.
' These advertising pioneers are reaping a fit fitting
ting fitting reward for, their courage and their busi

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NOTICE

Weihe Co., the Ocala jewelers, will
close at 1 p. m. Thursdays, during the
summer, beginning Thursday, May
22nd. 20-tf
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a meeting or the Ocala Motor Club
will be held in the Board of Trade
room this (Tuesday) evening at
& o'clock, for the purpose of electing
nflirprs nnrl riploomto 2 tr tVio cfafn .)
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vention at DeLand.
R. S. Hall, President.
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A wedding of interest to friends in
Ocala of the bride, took place in!
Gainesville Thursday, May 15, when
Miss Minnie Wilford of Gainesville,
became ths bride of Mr. McCrowlin of
St. Petersburg. The bride is grad graduate
uate graduate nuise, having received her train-
ing in the Marion County Hospital,;
in this city, and during the time she
followed her profession endeared her herself
self herself to a large circle of friends who
will always miss her. The groom is
an experienced mechanic who holds
a position with the A. C. L. railroad
at St. Petersburg, to which place he
took his bride.
Everybody at the Temple was en entertained
tertained entertained by Hale Hamilton and Lu Lucille
cille Lucille Lovely in "Johnny on the Spot"
last night. It was an humorous 'pic 'picture
ture 'picture with enough adventure in it to
give it spice. Tonight the Temple
will have vivacious Constance Tal Tal-mage
mage Tal-mage in "Romance and Arabella,"
also the International News. Tomor Tomorrow
row Tomorrow Gladys Brockwell will appear in
"The Forbidden Room," while Thurs Thursday
day Thursday the great feature "Salome," in
which Theda Bara plays, will be
shown.
Mr. Ed Carmichael took the last
pawty of school children down the
river on the Silver Springs Saturday.

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very manufacturer, after all, is the serv

ant of the public. The public hires him
to make their necessities, conveniences

If someone else can make them

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Basham Company, Tfcomas Lonisrille, Ky.
Cecil, Barreto and Cecil, Richmond, Va.
Chambers Agency, Inc New Orleans, La.
Chesman and Company, Nelson, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Ferry-Hanly Advertising Cc, New Orleans, La.
Johnson and Dallis Company, Atlanta, Ga.
Massengale Advertising Agency, Atlanta, Ga.
Staples and Staples, Inc Richmond. Vs.
Thorns; Advertising Service, The, Jacksonville, Fla.

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Like their predecessors, v they had a
splendid time. Mr. Carmichael has
shown great public spirit in giving
the school children these excursions.
And he says he has enjoyed himself
cn the trips as much as any of the
boys and girls.
.Mr. S. M. Hooper has bought the
Wesson place on South Orange street,
near the hospital. It is very well lo located,
cated, located, and Mr. and Mrs. Hooper in intend
tend intend to make a pretty home of it.
Dr. Cox, secretary of the state
board of health, was the guest of Dr.
and Mrs. E. Van Hood last night.
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ness sagacity. They have advertised to gain
that leadership, they must continue to adver advertise
tise advertise to hold it.
But even in those lines wher.e they are firmly -entrenched
there is usually room for several
leaders, v We are a democratic nation. We dis dislike
like dislike a monoply an uncontested election. In
politics in religion in style there is a
wide difference of opinion; Worth goods
ably exploited will always win a following.'
Many lines as yet recognize no leader. For
none have as yet done, enough advertising to
make them dominate their field.
Today the opportunities for advertising
success are greater than ever before. The
penalties for doing without advertising are
more severe.
Some manufacturers of goods popularly sold
Jhave built up a good business without adver advertising,
tising, advertising, but how much more quickly and in
what greater measure might they haye suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded with advertising as their ally?
; Advertising is working a revolution in selling
methods. The unknown, unadvertised goods
are being relegated to the rear by the public
by jobbers and by dealers. Trade-marked
goods have the trade.
The functions of jobber and dealer are chang changing.
ing. changing. To work in accord with these changes will
mean greater profits.
To fight them will prove futile.
The advertising agencies of the South have a
wide experience in advertising and marketing
every important Southern product. Their ex ex-,
, ex-, perience came not from the advertising of one
commodity but from the advertising of many.
They know the methods used by successful
manufacturers to induce the public to use
more of their products. They can be consulted
without cost.

Members Southern Council, American
Association of Advertising Agencies

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Peptone.
Most beautiful line of Stationery
ever in Ocala; all colors; from 35
cents to 75 cents a box, at the Anti Anti-Monppoly
Monppoly Anti-Monppoly Drug Store. 20-6t
Owing to hard study,
v. Graduates may suffer
eyestrain. Give your
eyes attention and in
sure efficiency in your future life
work.
Dr. K. J. Weihe,
Eyesight Specialist
Graduate Optometrist
With Weihe Co., Jewelers. Ocala. Fla.

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