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OGALA, FLORIDA,. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1918.
VOL. 25, NO. 48
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RAISE IKE PRICE
Of 1918 Wheat in the Hope of Stimu Stimulating
lating Stimulating a Great Increase in
; (Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 23. There were
indications today that the price of the
1918 wheat crop would be increased
soon by presidential proclamation.
The price of $2 per bushel set by the
food control law is construed to be the
minimum and that the president has
authority to increase the price if he
considers, conditions warrant his do doing
ing doing so. Several bills are pending in
Congress to raise the price, some pro proposing
posing proposing to put it as high as $2.75 per
French Seaport Hay Been Virtually
Made Over for the Use of
A Port in France. (Correspond (Correspondence
ence (Correspondence of the Associated Press). A lit little
tle little more than six months have
wrought a mighty change in the base
at which, last June, the first division
of American troops landed to go into
training for their fight with the Ger Ger-.
. Ger-. mans."-
The docks have been and are being
enlarged, storage warehouses have
been and are being built, the harbor
has been dredged out to accommodate
more and larger ships, and the rail railroad
road railroad facilities have been nearly dou doubled
bled doubled and are being increased day by
' day. .' '" ...;;.;'
The enlargement of the port has
- created a somewhat anomalous situ situation.
ation. situation. For whereas up to about the
end of last year troops landed more
regularly and quickly than supplies,
so that.it was sometimes feared it
would be necessary to draw tempor temporarily
arily temporarily on the French for their support,
the base is now in the position of
being able to handle more tonnage
than is at present coming to it, either
in the form of supply or troop ships.
The capacity of the port would,
however, be almost reached with the
completion of the 'docks and store
houses now under construction if it
were not for far-reaching engineer engineering
ing engineering plans that are under way.
The American authorities early
foresaw that even comprehensive dock
enlargements would inevitably result
' in congestion and confusion if some
outlet were not arranged for the in increasing
creasing increasing supplies expected to arrive
when ihey are needed, and which even
increased storage space could not bts
expected to accommodate. The prob problem
lem problem resolved itself into one of trans transportation.
portation. transportation. -
Therefore, while the railroad tracks
at the port itself are vastly more
numerous than they were six months
ago the American engineers have
conceived a plan whereby a vast tract
of land three or four miles back of
the port has been taken over, and is
being developed coincidently with the
port itself. '-,
On either side of a huge basin into
which ships can if necessary be towed
and unloaded,' dozens of parallel spur
tracks are being laid. They will serve
a dual purpose, for cars either can
be filled from barges and vessels
brought into the basin, or cars loaded
at the port itself can quickly and eas easily,
ily, easily, be hauled to the spurs and there
made up into trains.
The Americans already have taken
over on lease from the French certain
lines of railroad which will be fed
from the yards of the port and of its
complementary station in the rear.
They are increasing constantly the
efficiency and capacity of the port it itself
self itself by helping tthe French to econo economize
mize economize in dock and transportation space.
The American plan which envisages
caring for vastly more volume than
the port would normally accommo accommodate,
date, accommodate, even with the enlargement of
docks and store houses, is not original
with them but is more or less a copy
of what' the English have done at an another
other another port, where they have increased
the daily output of merchandise from
about 200 cars or less to more than
700. This they have been able to do
by laying out huge yards to the rear
of the actual port to avoid congestion
and to facilitate making up trains.
The steady development of the
" American port has made it necessary
to rearrange the manner in which the
work is done. Last July a compara comparatively
tively comparatively small branch of the quarter quartermaster's
master's quartermaster's department was amply able
to superintend and manage the un unloading
loading unloading and distribution of supplies.
Today the work has grown so that it
has had to be entrusted to a railway
transportation department that is
growing in size every week and which
now merely turns over to the quarter quartermaster,
master, quartermaster, as it does to the engineering,
the aviation and all the other depart-
WALKED THEIR VAY
Teutons Continue Unobstructed
Their March Into Rus Rus-rian
rian Rus-rian Territory
Berlin, Feb. 23. In their new in invasion
vasion invasion of Russian territory, the Ger Germans
mans Germans have reached Walk, in Livonia,
90 miles northeast of Riga, it is of officially
ficially officially announced. In Volhynia the
Teutons marching from Lutsk 'have
reached the town of Dubno.
ALLIES READY TO AID
Petrograd, Friday, Feb. 22. The
staffs at the allied embassies will
leave Petrograd in the event the Ger German
man German advance threatens the city. They
are ready, however, to aid the Rus Russians
sians Russians fight the Germans. If forced to
move the embassies will probably
proceed inland with the Bolsheviki
government wherever it may move.
SUBS SUNK NO FRENCH SHIPS
Paris, Feb. 23. No French ships
were sunk by German submarines or
mines during the week ended Feb.
SUCCESSFUL FRENCH RAID
Paris, Feb. 23. French troops last
night raided German positions north
of the Ailette river in the Champagne-,
the war office announces. Prisoners
and war material were brought back
by the French.
London; Feb. 23. The Turkish
army in the Caucasus has begun an
offensive, which was started, before
the expiration of the armistice, the
correspondent; of the Exchange Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph Company wires from western
Russian headquarters. The Turks
have occupied Platans.
LABOR IS LOYAL
London,. Feb. 23. The inter-allied
labor: conference in session here
reached an agreement today to sup support
port support the British war. aims program.
By Federal Food Administrator for
No dealer or broker handling eggs
in the state of Florida shall on or af after
ter after March 4th, 1918, ship, sell, or of offer
fer offer for sale, in the state of Florida, in
containers or cases, any eggs which
have been preserved in cold storage
for a period of 21 days or more, un.
less such cases or containers bear in
bold and distinct display the words,
"Cold Storage." No retail dealer in
eggs shall on and after March 4th,
1918, sell or offer for sale in less than
original packages or in' cartons, any
cold storage eggs as specified above,
unless each and every egg sold shall
bear in bold and legible imprint the
words "Cold Storage." No dealer will
be allowed to make combinations of
"cold storage" eggs and strictly fresh
eggs for any sales, whether whole wholesale
sale wholesale or retail. Braxton Beacham,
Food Administrator for Florida.
FOR COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2
To the Voters of the Second Commis Commissioner's
sioner's Commissioner's District:
I desire to announce my candidacy
for member of the board of county
commissioners from the second com commissioner's
missioner's commissioner's district, subject to the ac action
tion action of the democratic primary elec election
tion election to be held June 4th. Having serv served
ed served you for two years previously I feel
that' I am in position to know the
needs, of the district, as well as tht
county at large. I will appreciate
your support. J. H. Hutchens.
Romeo, Fla., Feb. 24, 1918.
ments such material as belongs to
To keep pace with the increasing
volume of supplies that arrive, a huge
force of workmen has been found nec necessary.
essary. necessary. Two regiments of colored sol soldiers,
diers, soldiers, numbering 3000 men and most
of them husky stevedores and long longshoremen
shoremen longshoremen from New York and South Southern
ern Southern ports in times "of peace, now do
the bulk of the unloading frpm the
ships and the reloading of the trains.
A not inconsiderable force of Ger German
man German prisoners of war, with whom the
negroes especially seem to enjoy fra fraternizing,
ternizing, fraternizing, are at work about the docks
from early morning until evening.
Those Hair and Clothes Brushes in
Gerig's window at one dollar each
have caused a great many to stop and
look. To loolcmeans to buy, so be
careful. Gerig's Drug Store. 2-20
Charleston Wakefield cabbage
plants and White Bermuda onions,
now ready. Bitting Company. 19-6t
Buy war savings stamps.
In the Opinion of a Member of Con Congress
gress Congress Who Has Introduced
a Bill to that Effect
Washington, Feb. 23. Compulsory
food conservation is necessary, in the
opinion of a member of the House ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural committee, which submit submitted
ted submitted a report on the bill giving the
president power to regulate public
eating houses and the distribution
and manufacture of foodstuffs. The
bill doesn't directly affect households,
appeals to save food having met with
gratifying resutls, the report adds,
"but there is a small per centage of
people who either wilfully or for lack
of understanding fails to respond to
the call made for patriotic duty."
MADE A GOOD SPEECH
At 7:30 Friday evening, it looked
like Sergeant Marshall would not
have an audience at the bandstand, as
a considerable shower fell at that
time. Altho this kept a good many
away, when 8 o'clock struck, there
was a good-sized crowd on the square,
and by the time the speaker was fair fairly
ly fairly started there were nearly a thou thousand
sand thousand people to hear him, a good many
coming in' their cars from out in tht
Sergeant Marshall is a well set-up
young soldier, and in his neat khaki
uniform he particularly impressed our
people, few of whom had ever seen a
man from the fighting front before.
On the platform with him were Mayor
Chace, Messrs. L..W. puval, W. .T,
Gary and Miss Porter with her high
school singers. The exercises began
with "America," beautifully rendered
by Miss Porter and her class, after
which Mr. Duval introduced the young
soldier, who immediately began his
Sergeant Marshall is not an orator
and didn't try to make an oration. He
had a plain, stright-forward talk,
which he delivered as a man would
in making a statement to his friends.
We do not think we ever saw any
other man Who has spoken from that
bandstand receive as close attention
as he did. He brought the war home
to the people, and his words went
home, and those who were there went
away realizing what Amreica is up
against as they never did before. His
talk lasted almost an hour and a half,
during which time no one made : a
move to leave.
At the conclusionof the address,
Miss Porter and her class rendered
the first two verses of the Star
Spangled Banner, after which the au audience
dience audience dispersed. As the speaker
came down from the stand, scores
came forward to shake hands with
Sergeant Marshall left this morn morning
ing morning for, St. Petersburg, where he will
speak tonight. He truly has a mes message
sage message to the American people, and
they are listening wherever he goes.
By Braxton Beacham, Federal Food
Administrator of Florida
AH poultry stored before Feb. 1,
1917, must be moved out of cold stor storage
age storage before March 1, 1918, as hereto heretofore
fore heretofore directed, but. no action will be
initiated against holders of such poul poultry
try poultry if sold before March 1, 1918, to
direct distributors to consuming trade
and held inthe name of such distribu distributors
tors distributors for a period not exceeding thirty
days from March 1, 1918, for actual
consumption. In all cases where deal dealers
ers dealers have not moved poultry in accord accordance
ance accordance with this ruling because of inar
bility to secure transportation facili facilities,
ties, facilities, and have evidence of these facts,
application for limited extension of
time beyond March 1, should be made
direct to Enforcement Division, U. S.
Food Administration, Washington.
AmM; UNITED STATES ll?tv
WtV FOOD ADMINISTRATION
j EAT MOCORN
Likely to be Set for Early in May but
Probably a Week or
Washington, Feb. 23. While wax
department officials reiterate no date
has been set for calling the second
draft for the national army, all avail available
able available outward indications point to
some time in April, early May or
CONDENSED RULINGS OF THE
U. S. FOOD" ADMINISTRATION
1. From to Vz barrel of flour
may be sold to country residents.
2. Twelve to twenty-four pounds
of flour to city residents.
3. Wheat flour gross profits to re retailers
tailers retailers must not exceed from 85c. to
$1.25 per barrel, according to char character
acter character of service, the lower figure to
be construed the "cash and carry"
profit. When sales in less than origi original
nal original mill packages are made the retail
profit shall not be "more than lc. per
4. No consumer shall be entitled to
purchase more flour than is required
for(his use over a period of thirty
5. In all sales of wheat flour, one
pound of wheat flour substitutes must
be sold with each pound of wheat
. 6. Bakeries and hotels or restau restaurants
rants restaurants operating under a license may
purchase four pounds of wheat flour
with each pound of substitutes, but
such flour purchased must be used
only in the regular business of the
7. Wheat flour substitutes under
the ruling of the United States food
administration are as follows: Barley
flour, buckwheat flour, corn flour,
cornmeal, oatmeal, corn grits, corn cornstarch,
starch, cornstarch, f eterita flour or meal, hominy,
potato flour, rice, rice flour, rolled
oats, soya bean flour, sweet potato
flour. (For public bakeries, peanut
meal or flour. Potatoes may also Jbe
used by bakeries as a substitute for
wheat flour, in the ratio of four
pounds of potatoes for each pound of
wheat flour used.) (
For Information of Farmers
The following form is approved by
State Administrator Beacham:
This is to certify that has
secured through purchase, milling,
contract, personal production,, an
amount of wheat flour substitutes as
named by the U. S. food administra administration,
tion, administration, equal in weight to the amount of
wheat flour required under this appli application.
cation. application. I- further certify that the wheat
flour applied for is for distribution to
patrons of my store or place of busi business,
ness, business, and such distribution will only
be made in conformity with rules of
the federal food administrator of
Florida and the U. S. food adminis administration,
tration, administration, which' require purchase and
sale of wheat flour only with equal
weighi of wheat flour substitutes.
I therefore make application to. .
of .Florida, for the purchase of. .
pounds of wheat flour, to balance
which, I have provided as stated
above, pounds of
Name Place of residence.....
Date. 1918. Received this day
from k pounds of wheat flour
as requested above. Signed
Cross out words not needed. This
application can be used only for one
purchase and the applicant in signing
agrees not to use the specific sub substitute
stitute substitute for obtaining more or v other
flour than is named herein.
A good assortment of Fountain
Pens to be had at, Gerig's Drug
A. full assortment of the famous
V A TCPO Ciiaiona fit 4 Via fViinr fn
I the snal! fall garden- Ocala Sed
OE OFFICIALS THEY
McAdoo Will Not Allow Railroads to
be Weighed Down with Any
More High-Salaried Men
. (Associated Precs)
Washington, Feb. 23. An order
restrictiner the -creatine of new official
positions by railroads or raising offi
cials' salaries was offered todav bv
Secretary McAdoo. McAdoo also to today
day today directed the railroad presidents
to furnish him detailed information
on the salaries of officers and em employes,
ployes, employes, rentals and other expenses of
the financial officers maintained by
most of the roads in New York. It
is understood this information may
be used as a basis for determining
to vehat extent overhead expenses
may be curtailed or eliminated under
INCREASE ON. COTTON RATES
Washington, Feb. 23. Increases
ranging to 50 per cent in some cases
in rates on cotton from South Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic and Gulf ports to New York and
Boston are asked of the Interstate
commerce Commission by the Mallory
and Clyde steamship lines. The Clyde
asks for an increase of 20 to 30 cents
per hundred on upland cotton from i
Georgetown, S. C, to New York. On
Sea Island cotton from Charleston,
Jacksonville and Brunswick they ask
40 cents to New York and 45 cents to
A DISEASE AND A REMEDY
"Morbus Sabbaticus is a disease pe
culiar to church-goers. The attack
comes on every Sunday; no symptoms
are felt on Saturday night; the patient
sleeps well, eats a hearty breakfast,
but about churchtime the attack comes
on and continues until ater the serv
ices are over for the morning. Then
the patient feels easy and eats a
hearty dinner. In the afternoon he
feels much better, and is able to take
a walk and talk politics; but about
churchtime in the evening he gets
another attack and stays at home. He
retires early, sleeps well, and awakes
on Monday refreshed and able to go
to work, and has no symptoms of the
disease until next Sunday.
"The writer sueeests a remedy: On
Sunday rise at seven o'clock, use
plenty of cold water. Then mix and
take internally a dose composed of
equal parts of the following ingred
ients, viz: Will, Push, Energy, De
termination, Respect for the Lord's
Day, Respect for the Lord's Book,
Respect for the Lord's House. Stir
well. Repeat the dose every three
minutes till churchtime, unless relief
"If the day is stormy, an external
application of overshoes, rubber coats
and umbrellas will be beneficiaL Try.
it." Ephiphany Star.
FARM JOURNAL FOR FLORIDA
The Florida Times-Union is prepar preparing
ing preparing to publish a new farm magazine
of a general character that will have
the name of the Farm and Live Stock
Record. The first number will be is issued
sued issued March 5, during the progress of
the Florida State Fair and Exposi Exposition,
tion, Exposition, and will be circulated with the
regular issue of the daily of that
date, and will be sent separately to
all farmers, growers and stock rais raisers
ers raisers in the state, a circulation of 60,000
being guaranteed. The Farm and Live
Stock Record will be issued monthly
for the present, and will go out the
first Tuesday of every month to all
regular subscribers, of the Times Times-Union,
Union, Times-Union, and subscriptions will be tak taken
en taken for the new farm magazine at the
rate of 50 cents a year to those who
are not subscribers of the daily. The
magazine will have a special staff of
editors and managers, and the entire
organization of the newspaper will
assist in making the Record the best
farm magazine published in the
South. There will be special, articles
by well known farmers, growers and
stock raisers, a number of depart
ments covering practically every
phase of farm life, interesting fiction
features, a department for the wom woman
an woman and household, etc., in fact, some something
thing something for every member of the fam fam-ily,
ily, fam-ily, and all the matter prepared with
a view to making it interesting popu popular
lar popular and beneficial to all readers. With
the government urging the speeding
up of production of all foodstuffs,
farming m the South will be given a
wonderful impetus, and the develop developments
ments developments along this line in the next few
years will be remarkable. The Farm
and Live Stock Record is planned to
assist in this great work of develop development
ment development and increased production, and
the first number will be looked for forward
ward forward to eagerly by all those who are
interested in the progress of Florida.
Have you ever used 44 Alma Zada
Face Powder?" If not, try one box
and be convinced that it is as good as
the expensive imported powders. 50
cent sthe box in all colors, at Gerig's
Tactics that Brought America Into
the War Repeated on Spain
by the Teutons
Madrid, Friday, Feb. 22 The Span Spanish
ish Spanish steamer Marcaspio has been sunk
by a submarine en route to New York
with a cargo of cork. The crew was
saved by the Spanish steamer Clau-
dio Lopez. The Lopez was also stop stopped
ped stopped by a submarine, but later allow allowed
ed allowed to proceed after much argument.
The submarine commander wanted to
sink the latter vessel because she car carried
ried carried a cargo consigned to the Spanish
Northern railroad, which is partly
A CHINESE PROVINCE
. Boston, Feb. 23. Bubonic plague
which has broken out in the Chansi
province of China, has assumed such,
proportions that all North China is
seriously threatened. Advices to this
effect have been received from Amer American
ican American missionaries in North China.
mTnutes of meeting
Of Marion County Democratic Execu Executive
tive Executive Committee, in Ocala,
February 23rd, 1918
Meeting was called to order by the
chairman. Minutes of last meeting
read and adopted. Roll call showed 22
members present, as follows: D. Niel
Ferguson, E. D. Rou, C. M. Mathews,
J. T. Hutchins, J. W. Davis, J. C. Pil Pil-lans,
lans, Pil-lans, O. H. Rogers, W. P. Williamson,
J. W. Stevens -by Walter Wilson as
proxy, S. Ramey, W. A. Priest, J. H.
Knoblock, T. M. Phillips, D. C. Stan Stanley,
ley, Stanley, J. B. Neal, J. E. Thomas C. E.
Lucius, Peter Loos, J. A. Jones, D. R.
Zetrouer, H. L. Shearer and Landis
On motion of O. H. Rogers, the
chairman appointed a committee to
retire and consider the assessments
to be made on the candidates and re
port to the meeting their recommen recommen-dations
dations recommen-dations which committee composed of
O. H. Rogers, J. E. Thomas and T. M.
Phillips, recommended that the candi candidates
dates candidates be assessed two per cent of
their annual compensation. Resolu
tion was thereupon passed placing the
assessment on candidates for the leg legislature
islature legislature at $7.20 and on county com commissioners
missioners commissioners and members of school
Mr. E. D. Rou made a motion that
the chairman appoint a campaign campaign-committee,
committee, campaign-committee, which being carried, the
chair appointed Mr. E. D. Rou, Mr.'
J. E. Thomas and Mr. J. A. Jones such
committee. C. M. Mathews, Sec'y.
D. Niel Ferguson, President.
SPECIAL DAYS AT
THE STATE FAIR
(Special to the Star)
Jacksonville, Feb. 23. The "Spe "Special
cial "Special Days" at the Florida State Fair
and Exposition which will be held in
Jacksonville from February 26 to
March 9, inclusive, will be the means
of bringing the people of every sec section
tion section of the state together into a bond
of mutual understanding and food fel fellowship,
lowship, fellowship, and on each occasion, many
special f etures have been arranged
for the entertainment of those who
. The "Special Days" are as follows:
Are you going to attend on your spe special
cial special day?
Tuesday, Feb. 26. Opening day.
Senator Duncan U. Fletcher will pre present
sent present the State Fair to the people of
Florida in behalf of the business men
Wednesday, Feb. 27, Old Soldier's
Thursday, February 28, Farmers
Friday, March 1, Woman's Achieve Achievements
ments Achievements Day. Children's Day. All chil children
dren children under 15 years of age admitted
free, between hours of 10 a. m. and
10 p. m.
Saturday, March 2, Press and Add
Club Day. Florida Counties Day.
Sunday, March 3, Denominational
Monday, March 4, Governor's Day.
Army and Navy Day. North Florida
Day. Georgia Day. A magnificent
military parade will be one of the
features of this day, which will be led
by Governor S. J. Catts.
Tuesday, March 5, Tick Eradication
Day. Stock Breeders' Day. Central
Florida Day. Rotary Day.
Wednesday, March 6, East Coasx
Day. Greater Florida Association
Day. Sister Cities Day.
Thursday, March 7, West Coast
Day. Jacksonville Day. Sister Cities
Day. Citrus Fruit Growers Day.
Friday, March 8, Automobile Day.
Saturday, March 9, Closing Day.
Don't fail to attend the big state
fair, and shee Florida as she is.
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Russia has sunk below the level of
China. Will she ever arise?
The limelight of war days shines
fiercely on slackers and hyprocrites.
Florida truckers will probably thave
a pretty good home market this year.
Hypocrisy in patriotism is just as
vile as in religion, and easier to find
A reasonable amount f selfishness
is one of the world's most; necessary
We don't know what church Hoover
belongs, to, Aut he is helping us all to
observe Lent J
Experience is an expensive school
and the people of America would
learn is no other. 1
Everybody who has a few square
yards. of dirt had better plant ; some something
thing something to eat in it.
Under Major General Goethals,- the
quartermaster's department has been
All the unsold salmon in the United
States has been' taken over r by the
government for the army.
A young man needn't worry about
the spring -fashions this year. He is
sure to look well in khakL :
America is styled the melting pot
of the world, and Gov. Catts says
Florida is the melting pot of America.
The old proverb that a rolling stone
gathers no moss, is offset by a later
one, that a setting hen gathers no fat.
The best defense Floridians can
make4 against a food shortage .is to
plant something that will make some some-thine
thine some-thine to eat.
There will be plenty of sugar in
this country when this year's crops
of cane and beets are changed into the
Bombs were dropped on Treves by
Entente aviators, according to a dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Amsterdam, and damage
to property was admitted.
Spain will sell mules T and : army
blankets to the American army in
France and receive cotton and other
commodities in .return.
. One thing that insures German suc success
cess success in western Russia, and that is
that the better class of people, prefer
their rule to that of the Bolsheviki.
There is one thing sure about this
little, old town it has no use for
slackers, and it has the t numbers of
about all who dwell within its bounds.
Tampa has followed Ocala's ex example
ample example in establishing compulsory
military drill in her high school. It
should be established in every high
"Flying is no more hazardous than
duty with other combat troops," says
Gen. Pershing, who recommends that
extra pay for American aviators be
negrq j-JMethodist churches in this
country, held last week, the Susan tB.
Anthony nation-wide female suffrage
amendment to the constitution was
The Times-Union advertised the
coming state fair Friday in a mam mammoth
moth mammoth edition. If the fair measures
up to this publication, it will' be all
that is desirable.
- The Leesburg Commercial truly
says: "On a battlefield in France a
stalwart, promising young man from
our neighboring city of Ocala laid
down his life. A bullet from the lines
of the Hunsfound his- breast and
Lieutenant Wiley H. Burford was no
more. To the Hun it was merely an
enemy less across No Man's Land but
to us it brings nearer and more
graphically the realization that Hun
bullets are finding their way into the
windows of our homes, t striking our
brothers ;our, sons, our friends. More More-than
than More-than before, we are justified in look looking
ing looking askance and with contempt upon
the man who is failing to find loyal
work for his hands and for his funds."
Washington's birthday meant more
to the nation and the world this year
than usual. George Washington was
one ; of ; the strongest and most even
characters of history. ? It is noticeable
that as. time goes on his fame does ndt
diminish and it does not increase. He
was one, of the few great men whose
greatness was so plain to his contem contemporaries
poraries contemporaries that it did not acquire any
falserproportions f rom posterity. A
weaker, or a selfish man in his place
would have; changed -history; While
he belongs first to America, his mem-
ory is also universal property and
insignificant indeed is that part of the
world that does not claim some share
Tampa; Tampa Rotes are among the
most genial l and hospitable of hosts,'
it is casting a gloom over our life not
to be able to figure out any way we
can be present.
People had better sit up and take
notice of Hoover's forecast of a food
shortage in the next sixty days. Any Anybody
body Anybody who wastes is a fool and greedy
people are public enemies.
In 1415, the English invaded France
as wantonly and as brutally as Ger Germany
many Germany invaded the same country in
1914. The English, however, have
improved in 500 years; the Germans
Truth and falsehood are exactly
opposite to each other. They are also
close together, so it is sometimes dif difficult
ficult difficult to decide where one begins and
the other leaves off. This is one rea reason
son reason why you shouldn't take snap
judgments any more often than you
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In a speech at Tarpon. Springs in
which he hinted as his possible can candidacy
didacy candidacy for the Senate, Gov. Catts
said:rv"I want to see a special tax
placed on land owned by any one man
or corporation that extends over 620
acres.,,, A section -is enough for any
man to, own and when an individual
or a corporation goes in to grab ev everything
erything everything jn. sight and hold it for spec speculation;
ulation; speculation; the state ought Jo step in and
say 'No, you can't, do that unless you
pay, the state a. tax and a good one
on the privilege.' ;
, Wednesdays jiight, at ythe Woman's
Club, a prominent club woman from
another city said that she did not have
the heart to say the boys at the front
should not have tobacco, tho her own
men folks did. not use it." .This state statement
ment statement caused several ironical remarks
to be made by members of the Wom
an's ; Club who have', relatives in the
army and navy. while the lady quoted
has none; ",;
',The JTampa? Timesl, is. making,- a
strong prptest against the action -of
U. iSw. Marshal v jBoswell and District
Attorney .Phillips in- allowing: Paul
Kreher an alien .enemy, to so ; back to
work in the Tampa shipbuilding plant.
lireher owns? stock, an the company.
Phillips,,yery Jikely'Jias legal ? reason
for what he, does, but we would hate
to be -in vKreher's skin if one of those
accidents should-happen in-the plant.
We have received, an invitation s to
attend ..the annual press, breakfast of
the Tampa..Rotary Club, which will
occur, at. the Tampa. Bay Hotel next
Saturday -evening, at, 9 o'clock. Know Knowing
ing Knowing from? past experience that the
Austrian troops are said to be re reluctant
luctant reluctant to fight British and American
troops. They should also be reluctant
to fight the French, who have whip whipped
ped whipped them of tener than those of all
other nations put together.
, Our people should consider the fol following
lowing following from the Tampa Times: "The
gloomy side of our war news is going
to be turned toward us, for some time.
Well be told how many of our boys
were lost but not what they did to the
enemy before they went under."
Our government is going to bring
to the United States all prisoners
taken by our troops. That will lessen
the mouths to be fed in France, give
us hostages against Germany, and
help to protect American wounded
and sick returning on transports.
The war savings stamps campaign
is having effect. Money for stamps is
coming into the treasury at the rate
of nearly $2,000,000 a day, or at a
rate equal to the entire receipts of
the government a few years ago.
Cowardice and greed will do more
to Prussianize American than the
army. The people should take care
of the army so the army can take
care of the people. If the people
don't take care of the army, the army
will take care of itself.
York and other villages, or it is busy
with bigger things than its own soul
at any rate, it did not pay much at attention,
tention, attention, nor coin, to Billy.
One trouble about Heney is the
fact that when he is allowed to break
into the news he advertises his candi candidacy
dacy candidacy for something or other. Times Times-Union.
Where does the Times-Union get
its authority for this statement.
Heney has "broken into the news"
scores of times, but he has only been
a candidate for office vtwice.
Guy Metcalf committed suicide, but
his death has caused more regret
throughout the state and he has re received
ceived received higher and greater tribute than
all his enemies put together will ever
receive. Wauchula Advocate.
It's an unusual man such an obitu obituary
ary obituary could be written for; also, it took
an unusual man to write it.
The- firsts American battleplanes,
equipped with the powerful Liberty
motors, now are on the way to France.
Secretary Baker, in revealing this
fact, told of the tremendous difficul difficulties,
ties, difficulties, encountered in their production
and emphasized the need of skilled
mechanics to care for them.
, Senator Underwood, speaking on the
railroad bill warned Congress not to
make; too large grants of power to
executives, so that government by law
would be properly safeguarded. Mr.
Underwood -naturally hates the idea
of much power being given Mr. Wilson.
'Billy1 Sunday seems to think the
Lord should draw a red line around
Washington and drop it into hell
whole, as there are not enough good
folks in it to save it. Washington is
either not such a jay town as New
What Russia is undergoing shows
the weakness of many socialist doc doctrines.
trines. doctrines. The v, character of humanity
will have to be refined into pure gold
and tempered steel before socialism is
' Arthur Brisbane, Hearst's chief
editorial writer, is a brilliant man man-he
he man-he is also unreliable. He makes many
sweeping assertions that a schoolboy
could confute, and we are sorry for
any person who puts much faith in
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The Knitted Face
What change has come in women's
In these last woeful days?
What face is this that critics claim
Is seen upon our ways?
The "Knitter's Face?" What term i3
How may it be defined?
What force has moulded flesh and
What passions of the mind?
Should one describe the "Knitter's
He'd call 'it first of all, y
A serious face, with steadfast chin,
Firm moulded as a wall;
Brows tensely drawn, eyes downward
Lips puckered close with care,
Concentrated on the pressing task
She's pledged herself to bear.
Behind this modern knitter's face,
What thoughts arise and surge,
With aching hearts, what bitter
What tears forbid to urge!
No more than soldier in the trench
May she lament or moan;
The "Knitter's Face" is a fighter's
Although she fight at home.
Nora Archibald Smith,
of the Vigilantes.
Canning Club Girls WIU Make an Ex Exhibit
hibit Exhibit at the Star Fair
' Canning club and home demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration exhibits are being sent from
Marion county to the state fair in
Jacksonville. Mrs. J. R. Moorhead has
already sent seven or eight exhibits
and is packing another one this morn morning.1
ing.1 morning.1 None of these goods were pre prepared
pared prepared for this fair they are the work
that Marion county ladies and girls
have recently done for their own
home use,' and so Mrs. Moorhead's
selection is made up of jars taken
from housewives' larders.
Of course, their jellies and pre preserves
serves preserves already have a reputation, but
the absence of them this year wat
specially noticed. Of course, there
were a few stray jars that made the
passers-by who dropped in at the
demonstration kitchen mighty hun hungry,
gry, hungry, but on the whole there were far
more of the substantial things of life.
Among1 them were corn, peas toma tomatoes;
toes; tomatoes; cabbage, meats, beets, turnip
greens and many other vegetables.
The dried exhibit was especially
interesting and contained 14 varie varieties.
ties. varieties. These were put up by Mrs. J. E.
Hyndman, under the direction of Mrs.
Moorhead.', There was one especially
pretty jar that we were told was
dried pumpkin. This quart jar con contained
tained contained one whole pumpkin that as a
fresh pumpkin was larger than any
one person could reach around. There
was also celery, which of course can't
be had at all times, berries, beets and
still another jar that contained all the
required vegetables for soup. All
these look like dried up substance,
but when put in water, lo! you have
fresh celery, fresh berries, etc.
Miss Lilla Wilson of Ladv Lake is
the attractive guest of her aunt, Mrs.
Dr. W. A. MacKenzie and Mr.
Thomas Kirk of Fruitland Park, were
Ocala visitors Wednesday.
Mr. Dudley Spain arrived Friday
afternoon from Talbotton, Ga., to
spend the week-end with .Mrs. Spain
at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs S. R. )Whaley. A
' 1 -.
Mrs. Sanford Jewett and daughter,
Nan and Mrs. I. V. Stevens of Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, were Bartow visitors Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, motoring over in the morning
and returning home the same day.
Holmes Walters was over from
Ocala Monday evening and attended
the dance at the Silver Lake Club
house given in honor of the opening
of the club house. -Leesburg Com Commercial.
Mr. and Mrs. '.F. H. Logan and chil children
dren children motored to Jacksonville this
morning to spend the week end. They
will be accompanied home Monday
night by Mrs. Logan's mother, who
will visit them for, several weeks.
Miss Dorothy Chalfant of Orlando,
entertained at a patriotic dinner
Thursday night in honor of Mr7 Alfred
Jenkins of Pittsburg. Among the six
guests seated around the patriotically
decorated table was Miss Eloise Hen Henry
ry Henry of Oklawaha.
Dr. W. F. Yocumwho has been
holding the teachers' examinations in
St. Augustine, arrived in Ocala
Thursday to visit Mrs. Yocum at the
home of their daughter, Mrs. "W. T.
Gary until Friday afternoon, when he
left for Bartow.
A number of ladies interested in
school work went to the 1 primary
school Friday morning and greatly
enjoyed the affair which Was not in intended
tended intended as an entertainment exactly,
because the children only gave the
past month's work. The morning be began
gan began by the entire primary school
singing "Florida, My Florida" and
"Tenting Tonight." The flag salute
was then given and followed by the
recitation of the poem "The Flag is
Passing By," by Master William Ed Edwards
wards Edwards of th? first grade. "The Flag
of the Free was then sung by the en entire
tire entire school. The second grade recited
the poem, "Glory to the Flag," and
"The Star Spangled Banner" was
sung by the school. The third grade's
memory gem, "Your Flag and My
Flag," was recited by the pupils of
that grade. The exercises closed with
the singing of "America," and the
prayer song, "God Save Our Splendid
Ocala and Marion county friends of
Prof, and Mrs. Barnard W. Barnett
of Charlotte, N. C, will be greatly
interested to hear of the little daugh daughter
ter daughter that arrived at their home Feb.
20, and who will be called Rosemond
for Prof. Barnett's sister, who was
the mother of Mrs. W. A. Wilds of
this city. Prof. Barnett, who teaches
in King's Business College in Char Charlotte,
lotte, Charlotte, is a Marion county man, and
hosts of friends in the Fellowship
neighborhood, where he lived, and in
Ocala where he visits his sister, Mrs.
Thomas Sexton, extend congratula congratulations,
tions, congratulations, and look forward with much
pleasure to the meeting of Mrs. Bar Barnett
nett Barnett and Miss Rosemond Barnett.
Gatty Sellars, who is described as
the world's greatest descriptive or organist,
ganist, organist, established a world's record of
over 500 recitals in direct succession.
In Europe Gatty Sellars is best known
from his performances at the Queen's
Hall and Crystal Palace, London. Be Before
fore Before leaving for his American tour,
the musical "at homes" were attend attended
ed attended by well known titled personages
and celebrated musicians. Mr. Sel
lars is a bachelor and has a country
residence, Parklands, Leicestershire,
England.' It has a music hall con con-taining
taining con-taining a' large three-manual pipe
organ, and a Goetze grand pionaforte.
Frequently as many as twelve guests
have been asked in informally for the
wonderful musical treats that abound
in this music hall. Mr. Sellars will
give two recitals at the Methodist
church next Wednesday and Thurs Thursday
day Thursday nights.
Mr. Charles M. Gray of St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, ,-; entertained Miss Josephine
Ilea thcote, her house guests and sev several
eral several other friends, making in all a
party of twelve, Thursday by taking
them to Tarpon Springs and then
down the beautiful Anclote river trip.
The party had tea at Belleair, attend attended
ed attended the dance at the Belleview hotel,
and returned to St. Petersburg Fri Friday
day Friday night.
Miss Ruth Bouriay was hostess at
a very delightful party last Thursday
evening at the home of her brother
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bour Bouriay,
iay, Bouriay, on North Main street. The guests
were met at the veranda by Miss Jane
Williams who collected the silver of offering
fering offering for the Red Cross chapter of
Leesburg. : They were received at the
door by the hostess and her sister,
Miss Mildred Bouriay Leesburg
Sergent Verne Marshall of Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, arrived in Ocala Friday
and was the guest of Mr. L. W. Du Duval
val Duval until this morning, when he left
for St. Petersburg. Yesterday after
noon Sergeant Marshall motored to
Silver Springs, the Ocala Country
Club and other points of interest with
Messrs. Duval, W. T. Gary and J. JP.
Mr. W. P. Kendall returned to his
home in Charlotte last Tuesday after
a two weeks visit to his daughter,
Mrs. T. M. McLean on Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. i Miss Ruth Kendall will remain
here several weeks f longer and will
then be accompanied home by her sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. McLean.
m m m
Dr. W. H. Dodge has returned to
his home in Jacksonville after a two
weeks visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Workman in Miama.
Miss Margaret Finnigan, who is
spending the winter in Belleview, was
an Ocala visitor this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Howard and
their, guest, Mr. Charles Howard of
Illinois, left this morning in their car
for Miami to visit their northern rela relatives
tives relatives who are spending the winter
Mrs. J. A. Frazier, Mrs. Lang
Goodyear and Miss Carrie Fraser
motored to Crystal River Friday
morning with Mr. W. B. Gallagher
and returned that evening.
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dition addition of one gallon or more of Pure
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in addition, a saving to you of about
one dollar on the transaction.
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FOR STATE ATTORNEY
To the People of the Fifth Judicial
Circuit of Florida: I hereby announce
my candidacy for re-election to the
office of state attorney, Fifth Judicial
Circuit of Florida, in the approach approaching
ing approaching primary. I have jfcried to merit
and will greatly appreciate your sup support.
port. support. George W. Scofield.
January 4, 1918.
I am a candidate for member of
the house of representatives of the
Florida legislature and shall appre appreciate
ciate appreciate the support of the democratic
voters of the county in the coming
primary. I shall run in group number
one. W. T. Gary.
FOR COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 3
I desire to announce my candidacy
for the position of county commis commissioner
sioner commissioner from district No. 3, Marion
county, subject to the democratic pri primary.
mary. primary. J. W. Davis.
FOR SENATOR 20TH DISTRICT
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
and Sumter Counties (Comprising
the 20th Senatorial District):
I am a candidate for senator in the
primary election to be held June 4th,
1918. I thoroughly appreciate the
honor of having served as one of Mar Marion's
ion's Marion's representatives in the last two
sessions of the legislature. I served
my people faithfully, loyally, honest honestly
ly honestly and conscientiously. I realize that
the knowledge and experience as rep representative
resentative representative two terms will enable me
to make the people of the twentieth
district a better senator. I will ap appreciate
preciate appreciate your support and if nominat nominated
ed nominated I pledge faithful service to the
people of Marion and Sumter coun counties,
ties, counties, working for their best interests,
as well as for the whole state.
Respectfully yours, W.' J. Crosby.
Citra. Fla., Feb. 6, 1918.
NOTICE OF FTXAI. SETTLKMEXT
Notice is hereby given that on the
10th day of April. A, D. 1918. the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned will present my account
and vouchers to the Judge of probate
In and for Marion county, Florida, at
his office at the courthouse in Ocala,
and will make my final settlement and
will apply for final discharge as such
executrix of the estate of Edward
This 2nd day of October, 1917.
ULL.Y S. DAXZIGER,
As Executrix of the Estate of Edward
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1918
Mr. E. A. Osborne, who has been
in Atlanta this week, will return
Mr. Sam Burford, after several
days visit to his home here, left this
afternoon to resume his studies at
Georgia Tech in Atlanta.
Mr. Carol Fraser has received his
summons and will leave Wednesday
for Atlanta, from where he will go to
training camp dr ship. , Carol says
he is anxious to get into it and do his
share of the work as soon as possible.
Mr. William Fuller is home from
Camp Wheeler, for a visit to his sis sisters,
ters, sisters, Misses Eugenia and Annie Ben Benton
ton Benton Fuller. William is a member of
the 114th Machine Gun Battalion, in
which is also Earl Hall, and is a fine
looking young soldier.
Commodore Goodwin and son Mor Mortimer'
timer' Mortimer' were in town this morning.
Mortimer is attending the University
of Kentucky, which has a winter
training school at Eau Gallic With
them are Mrs. Goodwin and Charles
Duval, the latter holding a position
with a big lumber company at Fort
Pierce. All have been on a visit to
Woodmar, and they will return to ths
East Coast next week.
JSTORY MINUS PLOTS
fca By LOUISE OLIVER. fe
YWL J63 JS P'M m y
It was half-past ten on a dreamy,-
stlnctlvely seek a mate and linger long longingly.
ingly. longingly. Bertie Patton on the Fords' front
porch, swinging slowly in the green
willow seat, shifted uneasily when he
heard the town clock strike the half
hour. He knew that the lights In the
parlor chandelier now filtering through
the finely webbed curtains and tracing
a graceful pattern on Rose's round
; cheek would snap out In somewhat less
than five minutes. Ten-thirty was
Papa Ford's hour. Never had Rose"
looked so adorable, never had parting
seemed cruel. Bertie sighed.
"Wel Rosle, I guess I'll have to go.
Time seems awfully short.
"What time are you talking about?"
"Why, the time Tve been here this
evening, of course."
"Oh! I'm glad you've enjoyed It."
"Well, haven't you?"
"M yes. It's been very pleasant."
"Pleasant! You talk as though
you'd been at a sewing society."
"Say, Bertie, If you're trying to plcK
a fight you may as well go. I hear
Bertie was Instantly contrite. "Ex "Ex-1
1 "Ex-1 case me, I didn't mean it, Rose."
There was a step in the vestibule.
But.lt was Rose's mother this time
"Rose, your papa went out with the
Relnemans In their new car and hasn't
come home yet. My head Isn't any
better, so I think I'll go to bed. I
wonder If Bert would mind staying a
little longer. I sort of hate to close
up the house till papa comes. I don't
think he'll be late."
Oh, ecstasy Oh, blessed words
Bertie longed to kiss the hem of her
gown. He cleared his throat man manfully.
fully. manfully. "Yes, I'll stay, Mrs. Ford. Dont
And Rose supplemented: "You may
as well turn out the lights, mamma.
They seem to hurt my eyes."
The lights went off and there was
quiet, ecstatic peace.
Bert wondered if he could possibly
Jbe awake, To test reality, he lighted
' a cigarette.
' "Nice, Isn't it?" he remarked.
MT110 Vi -v list W TTa iaj3
of casually, quite accidentally, laying
fe hand on hers as it lay beside him in
the darkness, but he lost courage.
"Say, Rose, do you want to go to
the Stepamore club picnic?" he sup sup-v
v sup-v plemented Instead.
"That's all right. Thanks for ask asking
ing asking me anyway.",
"I thought there was plenty of time
"I promised a week ago."
"I hadn't an idea there were so
many worshipers at your shrine."
inaiS DOi pome. resiues mere
aren't so many dozen that you can't
count. Pm going with the same per person
son person to both, if that's what you're dying
to find out."
,. "That that Dixon, Til bet a jit jitney!''
ney!'' jitney!'' "Don't call him that Dixon. He's
been awfully nice to me."
"Why, he's old too old for you,
"He isn't he just looks distin distinguished,
guished, distinguished, and you're you're jealous."
"Distinguished! Good night! Just
because he's mustached like a Magyar
and wears glasses and lives in New
Bert Patton, you're horrid! I think
Td better go in and look after mamma,
anyway. Good night."
He caught her hand in both of his.
"Rose, Rosie, dear, don't go. Sit down,
won't" you?" He pnlled her gently to toward
ward toward him. She yielded finally and sat
down. He slipped an arm boldly
"Rosle, dear. I love you !"
uwv Hart Pattnu 1"
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship.
Text for morning sermon: L Cor.
14:1, "Follow after love; yet desire
earnestly spiritual gifts, but rather
that ye may prophesy."
6:30 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
7:30 p. m. Evening service.
The fourth in a series of war war-phrase
phrase war-phrase sermons, "Keep the Home
The service flag will be presented
at the evening service.
Welcome to all.
Grace Episcopal t
(Rev. Gilbert A. Ottmann, Rector)
7:30 a. m. Holy communion, every
11 a. m. Holy communion and
sermon, first Sunday.
; 11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser sermon,
mon, sermon, except first Sunday.
7 p. m. Evening prayer and
sermon every Sunday.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
All seats free.. Every one welcome
at all services. I
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Communion at close of Sunday
There will be no preaching service
as the minister will be at Mcintosh.
Choir practice every Friday night
at 7 o'clock. All visitors welcome.
Come and help sing or bring your in instrument.
strument. instrument. C. E. Wyatt, Minister.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching.
Text, Nehemiah 4:6.
3 p. m. Junior League.
6 p. m. Senior League.
Be on time. f
7 p. m. Preaching.
Text, I. Corinthians 3:9. -7:30
p. m. Wednesday Mid-week
Gatty Sellars, the world-famed
English organist-composer of the
Queen's Hall, London, will give a re
cital on the pipe organ cathedral
chimes used with organ Wednesday
night at 8:30 and Thursday night at
7:30. Admission free; silver offering
will be taken and part of the proceeds
go to the Woman's Missionary Socie Society.
ty. Society. Everybody is cordially invited to
hear this great musician. Let our peo people
ple people show their loyalty to their coun country
try country hy being loyal in attending- their
church, the Savior's only visible rep representation
resentation representation in this world.
s Smith Hardin, Pastor.
Junior Epworth League
Meets at 3 o'clock. Subject, "In
Japan." Leader, Louise Adams.
Song, Onward Christian Soldier.
Scripture, Heb. 11:16.
Some facts about Japan: Juniors.
Minutes last meeting.
Hymn, Work for the Night is Com Coming..
ing.. Coming.. :; ".
Recitation, "Little Children in Ja Japan":
pan": Japan": Marguerite Condrey.: C
Boy's Festival : Carl Henderly.
Song, "Christ for Japan": Marjorie
Burnett and Mamie Johnson.
Girl's Festival: Carrie Brooks.
St. PMllip's Catholic Church
Mass at St. Phillip's Catholic church
will be said on Sunday at 10 o'clock,
and on week days at 7 o'clock. Sun Sun-oay
oay Sun-oay school tomorrow will be at nine.
Christian Science Society of Ocala
, (Yonge's Hall)
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service.
Free reading room and library open
on Tuesdays and Fridays from 3 to 5.
Song, Star Spangled Banner.
Prayer by Dr. Bunyan Stephens.
Recitation by Miss Alice Weihe.,
Reading by Mrs. Hafner.
Solo by Mrs. Wendell.
Patriotic address by Dr. Bunyan
Solo by Mrs. Weihe.
Reading by Miss Catherine Feuch Feuch-ter.
ter. Feuch-ter. .
Song by Master Merlin Hutson.
Chairman: Mayor Hutson.'
A member of the Episcopal church
writes the Star as follows:
In one of the daily papers, I read,
"Lent is a forty days fast observed
by Episcopalians and Roman Cotho Cotho-lics."
lics." Cotho-lics." That is. true, but in recent years,
in many places all over the country,
Lent is largely observed by all de
nominations, tho' not strictly so. In
one city where I lived I knew a Meth Methodist
odist Methodist and also a Presbyterian minis minister,
ter, minister, who attended the Episcopal serv services
ices services daily thru Lent, and also the
"three hour service" on Good Friday.
Mr. Charles I. Ohrenstein of Syra Syracuse,
cuse, Syracuse, N. Y., will lecture on Christian
Science at the Temple theater Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock, under the aus
pices of the Christian Scientists of
We have left" some dfthat 29-cent
shipment of Correspondence Cards.
Big value. Gerig's Drug Store. 2-20
Advertise in the Star.
RER CROSS LECTURE MARCH 4
Mr. Armstrong, one of the most
noted of Red Cross speakers, is book booked
ed booked for a lecture at the Temple Mon
day night, March 4. A more extended
notice will be made later.
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star oflBce building at 7:30 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.
H. D. Stokes, N. G.
M. M. Little, Secretary.
MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE NO. 15
Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. 15
meets the first and third Monday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month in the Odd Fel Fellows'
lows' Fellows' hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Clara Moremen, N. G.
Georgia Ten Eyck, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASON'C LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M.,. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock; until further notice.
Stephen Jewett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are ailways welcome.
P. W. Whitesides, C. C.
Cbas. K. Sage, Clerk
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, (Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even
ings in each month, visiting Dretn Dretn-ren
ren Dretn-ren always welcome. Club house oppo opposite
site opposite postoffice, east side.
C. W. Hunter, E. R.
E. J. Crook. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. IS. Conventions
held every Monday night at 7:30
at the Castle Hall, over the Jame?
Carlisle drugstore. A cordial welcome
to visiting brothers
H. B. Baxter, C. C.
CLas. K.- Sage. K. of L &.
R. A. M. CHAPTER NO. 13 "I
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R." A. M-, on the
first Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
J. A. Bouvier, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
: Mrs. Alice Yonce, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
Star ads. are business builder
Iclver l MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47, 104, 305
J. H. BRINSON
Get My Bulletin
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Bettei
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in th city.
RATES Twity-five words
or less one time 25 cents;
three times 50 cents; six
times 75 cents. Over twenty-five
words, and under fif-'
ty, double above rate.
This, rate is for consecutive
insertions. Special rate by
the month. Try them out.
(Continued from Third Page)
Red Cross Affair at Eastlake
The Lake Weir Red Cross branch
gave a very successful supper and
dance at Eastlake Friday night foi
the benefit of the Red Cross. The
supper was a delicious one and the
plates cost 50 cents each. No admis admission
sion admission was charged for the dancing,
which followed the supper.
Mr. J. R. Martin, Mr. Leonard Todd,
Mr. Julian Rentz and Mr. Robert
Hall took the following crowd to the
lake in their cars about 6 o'clock:
Misses Ethel and Elizabeth Home,
Callie Gissendaner, Ellen Stripling,
Theo Beckham, Louise and Loureen
Spencer, Annie Benton Fuller, Sara
Dehon and Marguerite Edwards, and
Messrs. Wellie Meffert, Hansel Leav Leav-engood,
engood, Leav-engood, Paul Brinson, Charles Cun Cunningham,
ningham, Cunningham, Tom Wallis and Charles Du Duval
val Duval of Fort Pierce and Mortimer
Goodwin of Eau Gallie.
Mrs. E. M. Upchurch of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville announces the marriage of her
daughter, rEula Upchurch Pollard of
Melbourne, to Mr. Francis D. Hessey,
also of Melbourne, Feb. 21. The wed wedding
ding wedding took place in Titusville and the
couple will make their home in Mel Melbourne.
bourne. Melbourne. Times-Union-
The above will be of interest to the
friends of Mrs. Hessey, who as Mrs.
Pollard spent several weeks here last
summer with her sister, Mrs. Harry
Atthe Temple Today
"Fighting Back," a Triangle feat featuring
uring featuring William Desmond, will be seen
today. The story is of how a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful dance hall queen saves the life oi
a United States cavalryman.
An all-star Triangle komedy, "A
Hero's Fall," will be shown with it.
Triangle features will be shown at the
Temple Saturdays and Mondays .in
Demonstration Kitchen Work
The demonstration kitchen work
will begin for regular duties next
Monday afternoon at 2:30 in the
demonstration room in the old Tea Teapot
pot Teapot Grocery store room. A lady will
be appointed each week to help with
this work. Mrs. J. H. Brinson has
been appointed to assist Mrs. Weaver
next Monday and Tuesday. These
demonstrations are absolutely free
and are open to every one.
Mrs. Moorhead, who is at present
busily engaged with county work,
hopes to give lectures for the young
girls of Ocala this summer in f the
demonstration room. 22-2t
Tickets for "Intolerance" will be on
sale Monday at the Court Pharmacy,
the price to be 25 cents upstairs and
50 cents downstairs, plus the war tax.
This picture was made by Griffith,
who directed "The Birth of a Nation,"
and is the biggest screen production
to be shown in Ocala since "The Birth
of a Nation."
Leonard Wesson went to Eastlake
Friday .to spend the week-end with
Mrs. Jean Connoly left Friday for
a several days visit to relatives in
Waycross, Ga., and Jacksonville.
Miss Marguerite Edwards went to
North Lake .Weir yesterday to spend
the week-end with Miss Miriam Con
Mrs. Lizzie Herrick and her mother
have moved to Plant City from Crys Crystal
tal Crystal River and have leased the Blocker
house from Mrs. S. W. Blocker, as assuming
suming assuming management the early part
of this week. Plant City Courier.
Mr. J. M. Thomas is spending a
few days out of the city attending to
business. Miss Callie Gissendaner will
be the guest of Miss Meme Davis and
Miss Lucile is the guest of Miss
Ulaine Barnett until their uncle's re return,
turn, return, the first of next week,
Miss Willie Mae Lang 'now of
Gainesville, was an Ocala visitor to today.
day. today. Miss .Lang comes every Satur Saturday
day Saturday to take a music lesson from Miss
Byrd Wartmann, and returns the
' Mrs. W. R. Bryce and daughters,
Mary and Edna and Master Earl
Bryce, motored to Fairfield this morn morning
ing morning to attend a fish fry to be given to tonight
night tonight at the home of their relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Holcomb ex expect
pect expect to leave Tuesday for Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, where they will remain until
Saturday. They will be the guests of
Mr. D. D. Upchurch, who is the first
vice president o fthe State Fair As Association.
sociation. Association. W. K. Lane, M. D Phygidan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye. Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Buy war savings stamps to help
win the war, and have U3 fill your
prescriptions for accurate service
The Court Pharmacy. tf
Buy war savings stamps to help
win the war, and "have us fill -your
prescriptions for accurate service.
: The Court Pharmacy. tf
Do you read the want ads 7
l IB )&& St filKl)Q)E3 Sl fS
to urn Ainnrtireo to
By ISABEL FROST. a
If there was one thing more than
another that Virginia prided herself on
It was her aloofness, which in this
I tarticular case, showed Itself In her
ability to live months at a time In a
New York apartment house without
becoming acquainted with any of her
In spite of the fact that she had to
earn her own living now, she never
forgot for one moment that she was
Miss Carrington of Carrington Hall,
She occupied the back suite on the
second floor. In the front there was a
young sculptor whom she did not even
know by sight. The rooms above her
own were occupied by Wells Lewis,
an incipient dramatist; the floor be below,
low, below, by an Interior decorator and his
wife. On the very topmost floor were
little skylight rooms where several
birds of passage lived, students for the
The only personal niall she received
was from Terry. He usually wrote
once a week, a brief. Jerky, boyish
epistle, full of complaints, football,
"eats" and railings at Latin, English
and everything else under the sun ex except
cept except mathematics and herself.
This did not bother Virginia at alL
She felt herself responsible for Terry
and his proper upbringing as a Car Carrington.
rington. Carrington. If she could work and sup support
port support herself, their elendor Income
would suffice to send Terry through
school and turn him out a civil engi engineer,
neer, engineer, as her father had wished.
She had. not realized until these days
of early sunyner how fagged out she
"Miss Carrington, you'll break down
if you don't stop working so hard,"
Peggy said at the office, as Virginia
waited to see the buyer for the art
Virginia went home that day feeling
rather puzzled. Was that what was
the matter with her? She studied her
face In the mirror carefully, and then
thoughtfully opened a letter she had
picked up from the table in the lower
hall. It was an invitation from the
Chaplns, for her to visit them on their
houseboat over the "week-end.
She left that Friday night for the
shore with a feeling of elation, as
though she had escaped from a mild
sort of prison. On the front steps she
passed Wells Lewis. He was person personally
ally personally conducting several paper bags of
surreptitious groceries that Virginia
knew represented llght housekeeping.
Terry arrived at Mrs. Flnnegan's at
nine o'clock. Lewis heard the alterca altercation
tion altercation in the lower hall while Terry tried
to explain his relationship to Miss
Carrington and his rights and priv
ileges in her absence. But Mrs. Fin-.
negan was obdurate. It might be so
and then again it mightn't. She would
take no chances.
T saw Miss Carrington go away
about 6 :30," called Lewis over the ban banister
ister banister rail. "Anything I can do? Won't
you come up with me until she gets
Terry accepted with alacrity. He
not only came up, but he pitched Into
the remains of Lewis supper and
cleared it up to the last crumb.
Lewis listened" sympathetically to
everything, even when Terry told how
he had been "bounced" from the
"prep" school. There had been a lit little
tle little affair of guinea pigs, many guinea
pigs hidden all around the assembly
hall on a certain evening when the
younger boys were excluded from a
"Some fellows can't take a Joke,"
Terry concluded, scathingly. "I'm glad
to be out of it. Pm sixteen and I ought
to be at work Instead of letting a girl
sister support me. Wish you could
get me a Job before she gets back."
Lewis considered the matter. He
liked the boy. It was the age of
"Til helD you on your 'math at
night. I don't think your sister has
room for you downstairs. I'd like It if
you'd bunk up here with me, old man,
and keep me company."
Terry loved him for that phrase,
"old man." He. went to -work the next
morning, and walked in on Virginia
that night a full-fledged business man.
with a steady Job and a salary. She
listened to his explanations in silent
"Why, Terry, I have only a' bowing
acquaintance with this person."
"Well, well fix that," replied Terry,
comfortably. "I'm going to share his
room, and pay my bit, so you'd better
get acquainted, Glnnie. If it hadn't
been for him, think where your little
brother might have ended up lost in
a great city, while sister was house-
boating gaysomely. I invited him
down for dinner tonisrht with us. Of
course, if you don't want him, we can
Virginia stood at the open window.
looking down at the courtyard where
one lone sumac tree braved the city's
summer heat. From the windows above
floated a whistle that had become fa
miliar Lewis, holding forth on his fa
vorite melody, "Tm going back, back,
back to Carolina; back where I was
All at once she knew that she had
been lonely. That isles of safety could
be very desolate when one Is a stran stranger
ger stranger In New York. Even Terry could
not realize that the walls 'of Jericho
had tumbled down, as she said :
"You'd :tetter run-up and tell him
it's all right, before he starts getting
his dinner himself."
(Copyright. 1317. by the McClur tfwp&
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES: Six line maximum, one
time 25c; three times 50c; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable In advance.
FOR SALE 1918 model Ford tour touring
ing touring car. Price $375 cash. Address,
"Car," care Star ofiice. 23-3t
FOR SALE Barred Rock eggs for
setting. One fine rooster. Mrs. H.
S. Wesson, Ocala. 3-6t
FOR RENT Five room cc ttage on
Fort King avenue. City wattT, lights,
cistern, well, barn, shed, foul houses
and garden. Phone 220. 23-6t
WANTED Will pay cash for a house
of five rooms or more with 10 to 20
acres of land within "two miles of
Ocala. Write H. W., care of Star. 3t
LOST Small leather valise, between
Umatilla and Ocala (via Leesburg)
Friday afternoon. Return to Gas Of Office
fice Office and receive reward. 23-3t
CASH FOR OLD FALSE TEETH
Don't matter if broken. I pay $2 to
$15 per set, also cash for old gold,
silver, platinum, dental gold and old
gold jewelry. Will send cash by return
mail and will hold goods 10 days for
sender's approval of my price. Mail
to L. Mazer, 2007 S. 5th St., Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, Pa. 2-23-lm
LOST A fur collar near postoffice
square. Finder return to Star office
and receive reward. 2-22-lt
FOR SALE New typewriter, at $3'
per month. Room 5, Holder Block,
Ocala, Fla. 12-tf
FOR SALE A team of draft horses
in good condition. Apply at Bitting's
Drug Store... 2-20-tf
FOR RENT A desirable six-rrom
residence; all modern conveniences;
automobile shed. Located close in on
Watula street. Apply" to Dr. J. W.
FOR SALE Stucco bungalow; latest
improvements; lot 75 x 187; cement
fence and walk; all kinds of fruit
trees. Also building lot 63 x 187.
Carl Wenzel & Son, 702 Wyominia
St., Ocala, Fh. 2-2-lm
FOR SALE Nice lot 70 x 112 in sec
ond ward. Also wish to rent or pur
chase 80-acre farm near Ocala. W.
W. Condon. 1-8-tf
SHOES SHINED When you want
your shoes shined, call phone 483, and
I will send for and deliver your
shoes. I use the Pomeroy Anchor
Shoe Holder. Will dye your tans black
if desired. Ladies' work a specialty.
Maxie Jackson, 109 W. Broadway, lm
FOR RENT Rooms for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Apply at 115 Orange Ave.,
or phone 408. 2-20-6t
FOR SALE One hundred bushels of
Seed Peanuts, the Florida native var variety,
iety, variety, $1.80 per bushel, f. o. b. Mcin Mcintosh.
tosh. Mcintosh. Address, O. H. Mathews, Red Red-dick,
dick, Red-dick, R. F. D. No. 1. 2-22-lt
DR. D. M. BONEY
I especially offer my services to the
people of Central Florida, and invite
personal visits or mail ordeis.
202-204 Hogan St., Park Hotel Bldg
All who are interested in the Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship cemetery are requested to
meet at the cemetery at 9 o'clock a.
m., Wednesday, Feb. 27th, for the
purpose of clearing it off.
Yours truly, S. J. McCully.
Suffering Described As Tcrtere
Relieved by Bis ck-Dr aught.
Rossville, Ga. Mrs. Kate Lee Able, of
this place, writes: "My husband is an
engineer, and once while lifting, he in injured
jured injured himself with a piece cf heavy ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, across the abdomen He was
so sore he could not bear to press on
himstlf at all, on chest or abdomen. Us
weighed lC51bs., and fell off until he
weighed 110 lbs., in two weeks.
He beearre constipated and it looked
like he wcul J die. W had three different
doctors, yet with all their medicine, his
bowels failed to act. He would turn up
a ten-cent bottle cf castor oi!, and drink
it two or three days in succession, iie
did this yet without result. We becaire
desperate, he suffered so. He was swol swollen
len swollen terribly. He told me his suffering
could only be described as torture.
I sent and bought Thedford's Black Black-Draught.
Draught. Black-Draught. I made him take a big dese,
and when it began to act he fainted, he
was in such misery, but he got relief and
began to mend at once. He got well,
and we both feel he owes his life to
Thedford's Black-Draught will help you
to keep fit, ready for the day's work.
Try it! NC-131
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