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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Weather Forecast: Fair tonight ex except
cept except rain northwest portion; Thurs Thursday
day Thursday cloudy and probably rain in north
portion.

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Glenhart and Many of Her Grew Went Down
in the Bristol Channel

HAD 110 PATIENTS ABOARD
AIID
Paris, Feb. 27-Af ter a heavy
bombardment the German troops in
the Champagne sector last night at attempted
tempted attempted to recapture positions re re-cently
cently re-cently taken by the French at Butte
du Mesnil. Today's official report
says the Germans were halted by the
French fire.
RAIDER SAFELY RETURNED
Berlin, Feb. 27. The German raid raider
er raider "Wolf," which recently returned to
port, destroyed at least 35 vessels, it
is officially announced. Some of the
ships, it is stated, were loaded with
British troops.
SINKING OF A HOSPITAL SHIP
London, Feb. 27. The British hos hospital
pital hospital ship Glenhart Castle, C800 tons,
was sunk yesterday in the Bristol
channel, it is announced officially.
There were no patients aboard. Sur-
vivors were landed by an American
torpedo boat but eight boats are
still adrift.
THIRTY-FOUR ARE SAFE
Swanza, Wales, Feb. 27. Thirty Thirty-four
four Thirty-four survivors of the Glenhart Castle
have been landed here. The number
of persons aboard the ship is said to
have been two hundred.
- TWO REGIMENTS TAKEN
Berlin, Feb. 27. German troop3
advancing north of Dorpat yesterday
captured two Russian regiments as
they were retreating, the German
general staff, announced today.
BERLIN CLAIMS. ALL THE AIR
BATTLES
Berlin, Feb. 27 After a great
many violent duels in the air on the
western front Tuesday, says today's
war office statement, the Germans
brought down fifteen Entente air
planes and three captive balloons.
ORGAN RECITAL AT
THE METHODIST CHURCH
Following is the program of the
organ recital to be given at the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church tonight and tomorrow
night by Gatty Sellars:
Concert Toccata (Purcell Mans Mansfield).
field). Mansfield). The Perfect Melody (Geoffrey
O'Hara).
Fugue in B. Minor (J. S. Bach).
Pleasantry (Gatty Sellars).
(a.) O Thou Sublime, Sweet Eve Evening
ning Evening Star (Tannhauser) (R. Wag Wagner);
ner); Wagner); (b.) Fire Music (The Valkyrie)
(R. Wagner).
In Venice (Gatty Sellars).
Evensong (Easthrope Martin).
Military Fantasia (Arranged by
Gatty Sellars).
Fancies (Gatty Sellars).
Postlude in D (Henry Smart).
Cathedral chimes used with organ.
Admission free. Silver offering.
SAVED MONEY FOR
TILLERS OF THE SOIL
Mr. R. W. Blacklock, county agri agricultural
cultural agricultural agent, informs the .Star that
the government's proposition to fur furnish
nish furnish the farmers of the county with
nitrate of soda at cost has saved
them over two thousand dollars, be besides
sides besides making it possible for them to
secure it. There had been ninety tons
of nitrate arranged for yesterday aft
ernoon.
Mr. Blacklock said that farming ac
tivities in the county this season wili
show an increase over last year of
over 15 per cent. As 1917 showed a
larger increase than this over the
previous year, Marion county is doing
her bit in the agricultural line.
The increase in stock raising is
considerably larger than that of ag
riculture. The pastures and ranges
are teeming with bred hogs and cat
tie, and the output this year will
astonish even our home people vwhen
the reports are made.
Five Ford cars for sale. The Max Maxwell
well Maxwell Agency, Ocala. 2-27-tf
The British food controller says
that if English farmers could get a
million acres' of potatoes under culti cultivation
vation cultivation this year there would be no
fear of starvation. :
March 1st Ladies' Home Journal
day at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t

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A NUMBER OF THE
AMERICAN DESTROYER
(Associate Press)
LOCAL LEGISLATION
Special Session of the Council Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday Night to Hear Report of
City Manager
The city council held a special ses session
sion session Tuesday night, to hear the re report
port report of City Manager Johnson on the
electric light and water plant. After
some discussion ,the following resolu resolution
tion resolution was passed:
"Be it resolved, by the city council,
that the city attorney be instructed to
send both Mr. Twombly and Mr. Hen Hen-ney
ney Hen-ney a copy of the report of the city
manager on the light and water plant,
and notify them that unless one or
both of them come to. Ocala within
rive days of such notice that their
bondsmen will be notified and neces necessary
sary necessary proceedings instituted."
The report follows:
CITY MANAGER'S REPORT
Ocala, Fla., Feb. 26, 1918.
The Mayor and Council, Ocala, Fla.:
Gentlemen: Together with Mr.
Caldwell we have inspected and ex examined
amined examined the physical condition of the
new water and light plant, including
machinery, equipment and building,
and beg to hand you the following re
port in re the defects, imperfections,
insufficiency and incompleteness of
the plant, as in accordance with the
intent of the plans, specifications and
contracts:
Skinner Engine
Side slap on main shaft. No steam
pipe cover on separator and manifold.
Martel packing on crank and cylinder
leaking. Oil leak in rocker arm. Orig Original
inal Original piston defective and broke after
intermittent service (60) days. This
led to controversy. See file.
Troy Engine Driven Exciter
No regular throttle valve and steam
separator, only ordinary Globe valve.
Oil Engine,
Engine spatters or slings out oil in
crank case. Oil pump shaft has a
thumping on the fuel oil pump eccen eccentric.
tric. eccentric. Regulation of governor bad,
variation of speed 20 to 30 revolu revolutions.
tions. revolutions. Fuel oil pump rarely works.
(An attempt to correct this has been
made by the De La Vergne people
without success). Valves in air com compressor
pressor compressor on high discharge side car carbonize,
bonize, carbonize, giving considerable trouble.
(Also attempted correction). All the
bearings on cam shaft are cast iron
and solid box (should be babbit metal
or brass). (Wirz, operator). Lock
collars on compressor shaft broke.
Air starting cams are cast iron
(should be case-hardened).
Air Compressor
Separator, throttle valve and mani manifold
fold manifold not covered. Drain pipes from
stiffing box not complete. Should be
extended to main waste pipe. Pipe
from separator to floor should be as asbestos
bestos asbestos covered to trap. Drain pipe to
steam cylinder set too close. Meyer
gear adjusting valve never been test tested.
ed. tested. Steam and Water Pump, Worthing Worthing-ton
ton Worthing-ton Make
No steam separator. Exhaust pipe
high pressure cylinder to steam re receiver
ceiver receiver must be covered. Steam receiv receiver
er receiver and pipe to intake on low pressure
cylinder must be covered. Trap to
steam receiver "on low pressure side
refuses to work. Exhaust pipe from
low pressure cylinder to condenser
should be covered. Leaks occur in ex exhaust
haust exhaust line to keep 22" vacuum. Drain
lines from oil pass should lead to oil
reservoir. Check valve water dis discharge
charge discharge leaks.
Boilers, Etc.
Furnaces not built according to B.
& W. specifications. Brick setting and
side walls badly cracked. Damper reg regulator
ulator regulator never worked. Has not been
connected. Live steam pipe to feed
pumps poorly covered. (Condemned).
Should have steam separator for feed
pumps. Drain pipe from steam ends
of feed pumps should run to main
drain. Drop pipe from steam gauge
should be extended lower. Feed water
pipes to boilers should be twin line
to accommodate two twin batteries of
boilers. Regulation valve on feed wa water
ter water heater to make up pump is not
properly adjusted. (Exhaust steam

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UP By All
FRENCH ARE READY
FOR FRITZ
Have Passed the Long Winter Months
Preparing for the Attack of
the Huns
Ottawa, Ont., Feb. 27. A dispatch
from French headquarters dated Feb.
25 to Reuter's agency here says that
as the season advances and the shad shadow
ow shadow of the expected German offensive
looms large it is comforting to know
that the French are ready in every
sector on a long line to meet tho
blow wherever it falls. Behind the
French front, as behind the German
front, the dispatch says, the winter
is the time of silent and methodical
preparation. Innumerable .miles of
trenches have been dug, communicat communicating
ing communicating roads built and wires strung on
eevry road and field. Artillery and
munitions are ready in quantities, the
dispatch continues, the Germans have
never before encountered such prepa preparation
ration preparation but an even surer and stronger
defense is the unconquerable spirit of
the French army. They are ready as
they have always been and better pre prepared
pared prepared than ever before.
pipe from feed water heater when
non-condensing is too small).
Condenser (Never Tested)
Shows only 24" vacuum on no load;
18" to 20" on half load Skinner en engine.
gine. engine. Record shows Benjamin Thomp Thompson
son Thompson made request of Worthington
pump people to send condenser expert
to examine condenser. (Was this
done?) Sept. 7, 1917.
Live Steam Pipe System
Header leaking on by-pass valve
main steam pipe. Brackets not plumb.
Half -inch drain pipe insufficient size.
Valves improperly located. Drain pipe
line should be covered. Covering poor poorly
ly poorly put on. Drain pipe leaks.
Exhaust Steam Pipe
Line from pump condenser should
connect by relief valve to atmosphere
exhaust line. (Old valve was taken
out). Exhaust steam line to atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere leaking at cut off valve on con condenser
denser condenser side tested to show 24" vacu vacuum,
um, vacuum, without cut off valve closed at
Skinner engine. Exhaust line in pit
trench should be raised two feet from
bottom. Thompson protested against
present location. Engineer insisted on
the location.
Exhaust Steam Line to Condenser
Exhaust line from turbine and
from vacuum left uncovered. Con Condenser
denser Condenser ineffective in present location.
Expansion trap on main steam line to
all units ineffective. (No provision
made to put feed water into boiler
after cleaning out from city tank).
Not designed by engineer.
Switchboard (Westinghouse)
Hand wheel for exciter rheostat on
panel No. 2. missing. Panel No. 10
street light ammeter too small. Re Recording
cording Recording watt meter lacking.
Building
Shows vertical crack from top to
foundation 6n south side. Other
cracks show on or near four corner
walls. Not truly plumb. Inside walls
were to be painted, but were washed
over with a green paint.
Spray Cooling System
Spray cooling apparatus has been
installed on roof, but no Louvre en enclosure
closure enclosure erected. (Whose contract?)
No tools, wrenches, etc., furnished.
No efficiency .tests were made by
us, nor have we endeavored to fix the
absolute responsibility for the incom incompleteness
pleteness incompleteness of the work.
Three parties are liable to the city:
The manufacturers of the machinery
units to the general contratcor; the
general contractor and his bondsmen
to the city, and the engineer engaged
by the city of Ocala.
From a review of the correspond correspondence
ence correspondence file between the city and the en engineer
gineer engineer it is manifestly evident that
the city has suffered from the delay
occasioned by the neglect, indifference
and apparent wilful indisposition on
the part of the engineer, to come to
Ocala in person to review, inspect

PIKED

OGALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY,

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HERTLIflG'S
WAS
THE
OPPHIITS

SPEECH

(Associated Press)

Paris, Tuesday, Feb. 26. The con concensus
census concensus of opinion in official and dip diplomatic
lomatic diplomatic circles regarding Chancellor
Von Hertling's speech is that it is a
"war speech" and not a "peace
speech," delivered largely to create
a division between the" Allies and im
press the public of Germany and
abroad that military officials do not
rule Germany.
CONSIDERED TO BE CAMOU CAMOUFLAGE
FLAGE CAMOUFLAGE London, Feb. 27. Evening papers?
see little hope of peace in Chancellor
Von Hertling's speech. The Globe
says it is Hertling's present duty to
supply the camouflage behind which
the real sovereign power of Ger Germany,
many, Germany, the great general staff, carries
on its operations.
OFF TJ
Another Group of Marion's Brave
Young Men Have Entered the
Service of Their Country
Tuesday afternoon, twenty-five of
Marion's brave young men left on the
Seaboard limited, for Camp Jackson
and Atlanta, to go in training for the
army and navy.
The selected men for Camp Jack Jackson
son Jackson were Whitfield Palmer, Robert F.
Connor, Jennis W. Brown, William
Young, Whorten J. Carter, Tony Kir Kir-iakos,
iakos, Kir-iakos, Paul Hawkins, William Knight,
Winters B. Hames, Hosie Osteen, W.
K. Markham, Remmer G. Lanier, Wil William
liam William Needham, Joseph E. White, C.
A. Emmerson, Glover Wells and R. J.
Colding. The squad was in command
of Palmer and Connor. The former,
who has been for years closely con connected
nected connected with one of the biggest naval
stores firms in Florida, is well quali qualified
fied qualified for responsible work in the quar quartermaster's
termaster's quartermaster's department; while Mr.
Connor, who was partly educated at
the Florida Military Academy, will
not take Song to adjust himself in the
army. Clyde Emerson of Ocala and
Glover Wells of Orange Springs were
far down on the list, but are anxious
to get into it, so they applied to be
admitted to this increment of the
draft.
The young men for the navy were
Elton C. Stanaland, William H. Cor Cor-drey,
drey, Cor-drey, Lynne; John A. Ferguson, Old
Town; Earl R. Lewis, Fred H. Davis,
Oklawaha; David S. Dean, Romeo;
Arthur N. Rou, Fairfield; William
Curry, Ocala.
They made up a fine-looking body
of young men and all were as cheer cheerful
ful cheerful and enthusiastic as they could be.
A large number of people were at
the station to see them off not only
their own relatives and immediate
friends, but many others inspired
with the desire to bid godspeed to
their country's brave defenders.
A LIVE MAN ALL AROUND
According to information just re received
ceived received at the Star office from the Na National
tional National Live Stock Commission Com.
pany, Jacksonville, Mr. Walter Luff Luff-man
man Luff-man of Sparr, is not only a live mem member
ber member of the board of county commis commissioners,
sioners, commissioners, but also a real live farmer
and stock grower. A car load of hogs
marketed by Mr. Luff man in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville weighed 10,070 pounds and net netted
ted netted him something over $2500. The
animals averaged over 237 pounds.
We understand that others in the
Sparr section are also shipping hogs
and cattle to the Jacksonville market.
FAIRFD2LD
Fairfield, Feb. 27. We are having
some real dry weather in our commu community
nity community and would gladly welcome a
shower.
J. W. Brown, J. W. Carter and A.
N. Rou will leave this week for the
training camps.
Miss Daisy Ross, our efficient pri primary
mary primary teacher, was the week-end guest
of Mrs. J. A. Jones and family.
Mrs. T. W. Capell and children re returned
turned returned home last Friday after spend spending
ing spending a few weeks here with friends.
Little Miss Daisy Jemigan, who
has been critically ill for sometime, is
very much improved.
There were services, at the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon, con conducted
ducted conducted by Rev. E. F. Montgomery,
the Presbyterian minister, and Rev.
C. E. Wyatt of the Christian church
of Ocala.
and make a final report for the accep acceptance
tance acceptance or rejection of the plant.
J. Newton Johnston,
City Manager.

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FEBRUARY 27, 1918.

HITEIIDED TO
OF THE IIS
Reports that Signals of Survivors of
thVFlorizel Have Been
Seen on the Wreck
(Associated Press)
St. Johns, N. F., Feb. 27. Rescue
steamers were ordered today to in investigate
vestigate investigate the report received here
that signals from the Red Cross
steamer Florizel had been seen Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning near Cape Race, indicat indicating
ing indicating there were persons alive on the
vessel.
ANOTHER WOODMAN CAMP
Anthony Camp No. 566, Woodmen
of the World, was organized by State
Organizer V. II. Hitt at Anthony,
the camp being instituted last night
with between 20 and 30 members.
The following officers were elected
and were installed by the officers of
Fort King Camp No. 14, Ocala: M. R.
Sims, past consul commander; Wal Walter
ter Walter A. Priest consul commander; R.
R. Russell, adviser lieutenant; J. E."
Leitneri clerk; Clarence Sheely, ban banker;
ker; banker; Ed Priest, escort; T. C. Sher Sher-ouse,
ouse, Sher-ouse, watchman; V. Sims, sentry; J.
H. Connell, H. F. Eaton and Gary
Lamb, auditors. Air the members
were very enthusiastic. This camp
promises to be a live one and will no
doubt rapidly grow in membership
and influence.
FORT KING
Fort King, Feb. 27. Mrs. J. W.
Rembert of Jacksonville is here visit visiting
ing visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Cappleman.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Outlaw of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville came through in their car
last week to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Younge. They went on to Eustis
Friday to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. A. t
Getf ord and family.
Mr. J. F. Baxter, owner of the
Baxter advertising agency of Kansas
City, visited with his father, Mr. J.
E. Baxter and family last week.
While here he made a trip to the fish fishing
ing fishing resort at Crystal River, where he
met E. J. Arnold of Topeka, Kansas,
and other friends who were spending
the winter there.
Mr. T. K. Clyburn of Summerfield,
ha staken a position here as telegraph
operator at Silver Springs junction.
Miss Pearl Forbes visited Miss
Dixie Pillans of Electra Saturday and
Sunday.
Mrs. Brabham and children and
brother, Mr. Clarence Cork of Orange
Lake, visited Mr. and Mrs. Casper
Younge Sunday.
Mrs. W. J. Younge has returned
from Eustis, where she visited her
daughter, Mrs. J. A. Getford.
The school children celebrated
Washington's birthday with" a little
entertainment in the afternoon.
Mr. T. M. Moore of Ocala called on
Mr. J. E. Baxter and family Friday.
EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION
Program of Meeting to be Held at
Dunnellon, Saturday, March 9
10 a. m. Address of' welcome by
Mr. G. W. Neville of the Dunnellon
trustees.
Response by Miss Isabel Mays,
president of the association.
Address by Mr. Shelton Phillips,
state rural school inspector, on the
necessity for the adoption of the pro proposed
posed proposed constitutional amendment pro providing
viding providing for a ten-mill maximum levy
for school purposes.
General discussion.
Discussion of "Good Discipline and
Ho wto Obtain It," by Mrs. Rex G.
Todd of the Ocala schools.
General discussion.
Discussion of our present school
curriculum, as to whether it is over overcrowded,
crowded, overcrowded, in what particulars, sug suggested
gested suggested remedies and evil effects upon
pupils, if there are any, by Mr. J. M.
Feagle, principal of the Dunnellon
school.
General discussion.
Social hour with dinner.
1:30 p. m. Address by Prof. J. R.
Fulk, of the University of Florida.
Business session.
Adjournment.
B. D. Adams,
Miss Donnie Proctor,
Hiss. Agnes Crago,
Program Committee.

DECEIVE

RESCUE BOATS GO
TO CAPE RACE

STAR

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All Canned Goods Held for
Use of the Army and Navy

TUGBOAT FOUNDERED OFF THE
LOST

(Associated Press)

'Washington, Feb. 27. All canners
were advised today by the food ad
ministration to hold for war pur
poses until further advised all canned
corn, peas, tomatoes, strine beans
and salmon now on hand.
NAVAL TUG FOUNDERED
Washington Feb. 27. The naval
tug Cherokee, formerly belonging to
the Luckenbach company, foundered
off the Fenwick Island lightship, the
survivors being taken to Philadel
phia. Normally the Cherokee carried
forty men. One report to the navy
department says ten survivors have
already been landed at some point on
the coast.
ONLY TEN SURVIVORS
Later the navy department was ad
vised that incoming ships were carry carrying
ing carrying four bodies to Philadelphia and
the ten survivors previously referred
to were the only known ones out of
the Cherokee's complement of five of
ficers and 35 men.
HOUR AT HOIK
Hundreds of Men, Women and Chil
dren Trampled or Burned
to Death
(Associated Press)
London, Feb. 27 In the collapse of
Chinese public stands at the Hong
kong Jockey Club races Tuesday,
one hundred women and children
were trampled to death, according to
a Reuter dispatch from Hongkong.
Fire broke out and several hundred
others were burned to death.
YORK
York, Feb. 27.- We are having
beautiful moonlight nights and mild
spring' weather.
Miss Lilia Gillis spent several days
last week in Ocala with Mrs. Sher Sher-ouse.
ouse. Sher-ouse. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Weathers were
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Fer Ferguson
guson Ferguson of Fellowship Sunday.
We are glad to see Mr. Willie Par Parker
ker Parker home on a furlough. He i3 look looking
ing looking fine and anticipating the time
when his company leaves 'for Europe.
' Mr. Percy Thigpen was an evening
caller Sunday night.
Mr. B. W. Hadsock and Mr. Thomas
Russell were transacting business in
Ocala Monday.
Mr. Z. C. Chambliss of Ocala and
Mr. E. K. Nelson and son of Tampa,
were transacting business here Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday.
Messrs. Frank Turner and Cham Chamberlain
berlain Chamberlain of Ocala were visitors to York
Monday.
Mr. John Ferguson of Fellowship-
was visiting his uncle, W. V. Weath
ers Friday.
Mr. Arthur Rou from Reddick and
Mr. Elmo Collins of Camp Wheeler,
were callers on the Misses Hadsock
Saturday.
Several from here attended the
party given by Miss Seckinger at
Martel Monday evening.
Miss Annie Hadsock spent the week
end at home.
Mr. Thomas Russell and Mr. Steel
and Miss Maude Watson were trans transacting
acting transacting business in Ocala last week.
(Correspondent will please write on
only one side of the paper.)
Have you ever. used "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
Drugstores. 2-20
Five Ford cars for sale. The Max Maxwell
well Maxwell Agency, Ocala. 2-27-tf
Buy war savings stamps to help
win the war, and have us fill your
prescriptions for accurate service.
The Court Pharmacy. tf
New line of blank books at THE
BOOK SHOP. 3t
A good assortment of Fountain
Pens to be had at Gerig's Drug
Store. 2-20
Iced tea sets at THE BOOK SHOP.

LOCAL NEW.
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CAPES AIID ALL HER Of.
BUT
Sensational Case in Atlanta ii Being
Fully Aired on the Wit Witness
ness Witness Stand
(Associated Press)
Atlanta, Feb. 27. When the cam
of Mrs. H. H. Hirsch and J. W.
Cook, charged with attempted vsrbal
blackmail of Mayor Asa G. Candler,
was called this morning in the Fulton
county superior court, the state de decided
cided decided to seperate the hearings and try
Cook first. The preliminaries occu occupied
pied occupied only a few minutes. The jury
was completed in twelve minutes and
Mayor Candler was the first witness
called. He described his
ance with Mrs. Hirsch and the inci incidents
dents incidents of the alleged attempt in his of office
fice office in the Candler building .jgMcV
formed the basis for the indictments.
Describing Mrs. Hirsch's visit to his.
office Feb. 6th, Candler said she re removed
moved removed her coat and later her hat.
"When Cook suddenly appeared end
said, 'Our honorable mayor, this is
nice I suspected a trap had been laid
for me," said the witness.
Candler denied taking liberties
with Mrs. Hirsch on her various visits
to his office. Forrest Adair followed
Candler on the stand.
nONOR ROLL
Pupils of the primary school who
were neither absent or tardy during
the fifth month of school:
Beginners' Grade
Howard Clark, Charles Ruff, Jack
Frazier, Edward Pacetti, Daniel Hua Hua-nicutt,
nicutt, Hua-nicutt, Johnson Rivers, Gerald Bou Bou-vier,
vier, Bou-vier, Lonnie Hurst, Walter Preer,
Paul Theus, Charles Drake, Carlos
Bullock, John Sawaya, Margraerite
Cole, Jennie Lee Holloway, Ethel May
Rogers, Elizabeth Barnett.
First Grade
Betsy Atkinson, Clotilda Bilbro,
Virginia Davis. Mildred Gallant. Mar?
Lena Hays, Martha Mead, Mary Trox-
Ier, Herman Baker, C. T. Brow:
Hubert Bitting, Andrew Briaso:
Leon Goldman. Frances Henderlv.
JesDer Hurst. Alvin Moree. McClum
Stephens, Sewall Welch, Edward He
venston.
Second Grade
William Ttarnoft. ClinrA TXv.Wnr i.
Alvin Jones, Dempsey Mayo, Robert
warprmfin Knencpf tmupn. K.13T3.
Josephine Clark, Dasibel Clerseni,
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Norris Savage, Mary Sawaya.
Third Grade
Frances Clark, Mary Carn, Anita
Chazal, Frances Drake, Willie Huck Huck-aby,
aby, Huck-aby, Lucretia Hocker, Amy C. Long,
Jonnie Lou Potter, Martha Preer,
Elizabeth Rodgers, Louise Ruff, Sara
Sawaya, Marguerite Sexton, Mania
Sue Spencer, Cyril Boyd, Harry Do Do-zier,
zier, Do-zier, Wilford Weber, Homer Shafer,
Lanas Troxler, Billy Turner.
AMERICAN SAVINGS WILL
MEASURE WHEAT EXPORTS'
"We have already exported the
whole of the surplus of the 1917 wheat
harvest, over and above the normal da-f
mands of our own population. It Is-'
necessary, therefore, for the food ad
ministration to restrict export of wheat;
so as to retain In the United States;
sufficient supplies to carry our owa
people until the next harvest.
"Therefore all exports cf wheat
from now forward are limited entirlji
to volume of saving made by the Amer American
ican American people in their consumptloa cfj
wheat and wheat products.
. ."We continued wheat shlpsezts forj
December as far es our eitnatioa &.U
lowed, but even with all the consrraj
tlon made we wcra still unable to Icalf
several hundred thousand tons cf for. 54
stuffs urgently required by the silted,
nations durirg the month of Deccrcberi
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Electros must be mounted, or charge

win dc made for mounting.

Dogwood blossoms are ripe.

The reason why beef tongues are

tender is because beeves don't talk.

The Bolshevik, can't make war and

they can't make peace, but they can

make chaos.

- Fish is said, to be brain food, but
the scientists have decided that

whales are not fish.

Just because a candidate isn't say

ing much is no reason why he isn't
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worKing uxeine aiCKens.

A resolution passed by the state
senate of, Wisconsin "condemns Lafol-

lette for his disloyalty.

vyonaer 11 tne nre : station noon
alarm and the -, courthouse clock

couldn't be syncopated?

The great majority of the people

"this-country are neither capitalists

nor members of labor unions.

mother and a more destructive war.

and the little children of today, and

he children unborn, will have to train

to meet it -or be enslaved. America
can crush Prussianism if it will.

At a red-hot mass meeting in

Tampa Monday night, the exclusion

of Paul Kreher, alien enemy, from
the Tampa shipbuilding plant was de demanded.
manded. demanded. A resolution was also pass

ed asking the mayor to call another

mass meeting to demand the removal
from office of District Attorney Phil Phillips
lips Phillips and U. S. Marshal Boswell, for
allowing Kreher to return to work in

the plant, after he had been excluded
in consequence of the president's or order.
der. order. The meeting also showed con considerable
siderable considerable distrust of Peter O. Knight,

the well-known attorney, who is be believed
lieved believed to favor Kreher. We haven't
the honor to know Kreher, but if we

were in his skin we would get as far
from the shipbuilding plant as pos possible.
sible. possible. There is no doubt that Phil

lips and Boswell are loyal Americans,

but they made a mistake in letting
Kreher go back to work.

Eugene Schwerdt, a wealthy mer merchant
chant merchant of New York and Boston, has
been arrested as an alien enemy, his
arrest being in consequence of the
discovery by department of justice
agents of a plot to comer the wool
market, so as to make it difficult for
the American government to secure
wool to make clothes. for its soldiers.
He will ba interned. If the government
had such men shot as fast as found
out, they would quit their plotting.
Its milk and water policy is unjust to
our loyal citizens and to its men at
the front.

But it is an appointive office, and
Gov. Catts, who is a prohibitionist, is
not bound to carry out the decisions
of a democratic primary.
There is no denying that Secretary
Baker admitted one great weakness
when he said the question of ships to
carry tr6ops to France and keep- them
supplied was out of his department.
How can this country expect to suc successfully
cessfully successfully fight the most efficiently or

ganized fighting machine in the
world when one department of our
government goes ahead and makes
gigantic preparations without being
sure that another department is mak making
ing making ready to adequately co-operate
with it.

hear, while the Russian workman is
not as efficient as his Teuton co co-laborer,
laborer, co-laborer, he has an easier time and
more of the good things of life. There
is not much use in a man being effi efficient
cient efficient if all the results of his effic efficiency
iency efficiency go to his boss.

Some people continue to praise the

consummate wisdom of President

Wilson in allowing Mexico to insult
and injure the United States in order
to win the confidence of other Latin
American nations. A half million
men, trained and hardened by a suc successful
cessful successful war in Mexico would have
been worth more to us at the time the
Lusitania was sunk than the friend friendship
ship friendship of all the greasers on this con continent.
tinent. continent. Such a force'and a president
resolved to use it if necessary would
have kept America out of this greater
war. : .V '

We were pretty green when we first
came here, all right enough,' so much
so, in fact, that a horse bit us as we
walked down Cathedral street, but at

that we were not so unsophisticated

Heard of a fellow the other da J
who said that he'd rather be hungry
a few days each week than to fatten
on German food later. Tampa. Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. He surely was a wise guy.
The doctors have reported that as
many abdominal diseases are caused

by belts, it is -more healthy to wear
suspenders. We have always favored
suspenders, but since Mr. Hoover
ascended the throne we have found
that a belt comes in handy also.
It is' reported Japan is preparing to
add a large slice of Siberia to her
continental possessions. If the Rus Russian
sian Russian is not willing to fight for his
heritage, he may as well expect an another
other another to take it from him.

Maybe President Wilson and Pre Premier
mier Premier Lloyd George will continue to
announce the war aims of the En Entente
tente Entente Powers on Mondays, Wednes Wednesdays
days Wednesdays and Fridays till further notice.
Toronto Mail and Empire.
Seems to the Star they have an announced
nounced announced them about enough. Another
announcement or two might awaken
the suspicion that they did not mean
them.

The United States shipping board
has under construction 983 merchant
vessels totalling a dead weight ton tonnage
nage tonnage of 5,334,000, according to figures
given out by United States Senator

Duncan U. Fletcher, chainr.cai of the
Senate commerce committee, in a
statement made "in Jacksonville Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Of this number the board has
under contract 375 wooden vessels,
58 composite and 451 steel ships,
while 91 others are pending contracts.

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It would be a mighty fine thing if
Senator Hoke Smith of Georgia ana
Senator Ben Tillman of South Caro Carolina
lina Carolina would take Herbert Hoover to one
side and expatiate to him on the sav saving
ing saving and sustaining virtues of poke
salad during the spring months.
The Ocaleean Ensign, Ocala high
school paper, will be put again to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. It is the brightest and most
interesting school paper we ever saw,
and every school patron should have
a copy.
At the meeting of the state demo democratic
cratic democratic executive committee in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Judge H. S. Glazier offered
a resolution to admit negroes to the
primary. His resolution received one
vote.

It is reported that Germany is pre preparing
paring preparing to restore the imperial dynas dynasty
ty dynasty in Russia. We don't believe in em-
Twirnra nnr flTmnsfios Kn. i-f that trit(

as .the Palatka man who, stopped at old scout, the Grand Duke Nicholas,

the Hotel Alcazar and when he went

out the next morning told the clerk
that he would not be back to dinner
and to tell Mrs. Alcazar not to fix
anything for him.Herb Felkel, in
St. Augustine Record.
Oh, rats; we set that up for a -St,
Augustine paper before you were
born.

v That new editorial writer on the
Tampa Tribune bids fair to become
the prose poet of the Florida press.
The democratic: ; state executive
committee did have backbone enough
to not pass a resolution T praising
' Catts.

, Every time a bunch of drafted meii
leaves for the training camps, an another
other another nail is driven, in the coffin of
autocracy. ;
Spring is such a bewitchiful maiden
this year that it is inevitable that old
man wifiter makes art ; attempt to sit
in her lap. .....
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If Mary tookjher little, lamb to
school these days,-the other girls
would pull off all its wool and knit it
into sweaters. ; ;
German newspapers are endeavor endeavoring
ing endeavoring to prepare the people for tre tremendous
mendous tremendous losses" during the expected
spring offensive. ;.
. Herb Felkel of the St. Augustine
Record- is trying to change the word
camouflage to camoufool. He -will have
our Comfort and support.
; More than 65,000 woollen sweaters
have been sent to American camps in
France recently by the Atlantic divis division
ion division of the Red Cross.
French' and British, Belgians, and
Americans on the western front are
ready to welcome the Germans "with
bloody hands to hospitable graves.''
It will be a hardship to be crippled
in the service of your country, but a
man without an arm or a leg is better
off than a manwithout any backbone.
Tampa is a modern city with elec electric
tric electric lights everywhere. If it had a
few good, old-fashioned lamp posts,
it might rid itself of some of its
troubles.
This war has settled for France and
Britain the 1000-year-old dispute as
to which had the bravest soldiers.
Each has decided that both are the

-bravest.

- If ; France can pull through the
' months until harvest, she will have
bread to burn. A million acres more
in wheat were planted last fall than
the year before.;
The war trade board reports to the
president that the embargoes' against
European neutrals has had. the effect
to curtail their exports to the Cen Central
tral Central Powers from sixty-five to eighty eighty-five'
five' eighty-five' per cent. t

Samuel Gompers, president of the
American Federation of Labor, pro-
- Ss tS reports of labor's disloyalty
ate magnified and that the .workers
.'Ire the most loyal class m the coun country.
try. country. Sam ought to know.
it is a short-sighted .American
Jo talks about peace untU Gerniim
U whipped to a frazzle. If the prer prer-ent
ent prer-ent rukrs of Germany emerge from
hands, they will b?ffm to prepare for

The democratic state : executive
committee has put the officers of the
state tax commission in the primary
thereby insuring the defeat of J. V.
Burke if anybody runs against him.

was to reappear and take charge in

Russia, he would have our moral sup support.
port. support. A friend in Jacksonville writes us
that the prohibition campaign in Du Duval
val Duval is quite alive. Judging by the
Teutonic tang of the names of most
of the liquor dealers of Jacksonville,
it would be both loyal and moral to
put them out of business.

The working, people of Russia ma
have reason to, ask if blessings will
come with German rule. From all we

United

States

Bonds

and War Savings Stamps
We have received our allotment of Four
Per cent: Bonds of the Second Liberty; Loan and
are prepared to fill orders. Where bonds are to
be delivered by mail, order should incliide Ten
Cents for registry fees. We also have on hand
a supply of Thrift Stamps and cards, War Savings
Stamps and Certificates. We will be glad to fur furnish
nish furnish information about the Government War
Saving Plan.
THe Muiiroe & Ghambliss

OFFERS TO MEN WHO

AT ONCE ENROLL

With the Naval Reserve Force of the

Seventh Naval District
Cash pay ranging from $35.90 to
$83 per month, according to rating.
Board, lodging, clothing allowance

and medical attendance, in addition
to pay. Considering the present cost
of living, these allowances are equiv equiv-alent
alent equiv-alent to about $45 per month.

In addition to the above men with
families are given "family allow allowances"
ances" allowances" in cash, as follows: For a

wife, $15 per month; for a wife and

one child, $25: for a wife and two

children, $32.50; and for: each addi additional
tional additional child (above two) $5.

Further cash allowances, under cer certain
tain certain conditions, for dependent father,

mother, brother, sister and other nea

relatives.
Government life insurance, if de desired,
sired, desired, is furnished at about one-third
the usual premium rates, in amounts
up to $10,000. Premiums are payable
monthly at the following rates per
$1000 of insurance: At age 21, 65c per
month; at age 30, 69c per month; at
age 40, 81c per month. This insur

ance also protects against disability, i

either partial or total.
No loss of pay or allowances cn ac account
count account of sickness or injury (unless
the result of misconduct) and no loss
of pay during absence with leave.
Opportunities for instruction and
experience in many lines of work,
which will be of benefit after return returning
ing returning to civil life.
Excellent opportunities for espe especially
cially especially capable men with good educa education
tion education to qualify for commissioned
ranks, "as many have already done
since the beginning of the present
war.
Service under the most desirable
and healthful conditions, with a mini minimum
mum minimum of hardships, even in time of
war. Whether ashore or afloat, men in
the navy always have a comfortable
place to sleep and plenty of good,
wholesome food.
Men of the District Reserve Force
are trained at Key West, where they
have comfortable quarters, with elec electric
tric electric lights, screens, shower baths and
other conveniences, an da good mess.
Free moving pictures, band concerts,
athletic events and other forms of
clean amusements are provided and
every privilege consistent with the
requirements of discipline and duty is
granted.
For further information, apply to
District Enrolling Officer, Seventh
Naval District, Key West, Fla., or
Section Commander, City Hall, Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, Section Commander, Fair Build Building,
ing, Building, Miami, Section Commander,
Postoffice Bldg St. Augustine.
OFFICIAL ORDER

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Most Gigantic Production Ever Seen. 125,000 People, 1,500 Horses,
1,200 Chariots;
FOUM THMIIBIM STOMiES
Three Historical ahd One' Moilern.
Ancient Babylon as it was in the days of its. splendor its mighty walls, its massive towers shat shattered
tered shattered by the vengeful battle hordes of the victorious Cyrus the feast of Belshazzar alive in its prod prodigal
igal prodigal luxury, the most famous revel of all history.
The world's first great example of Intolerancethe persecution of the Nazarene.
A Romeo and Juliet love in Paris, the Beautiful, terminated by the massacre of St. Bartholomew.
And finally a modern romance of a sweet young girl who hatband The Reprieve from Execution,
adversity, temptation and harrowing underworld opposition in a ties successfully against the odds of
sodes The Great Labor Strike the, Frame-Up of the Girl's Hus tense drama, full of thrilling epi-
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ANNOUNCEMENTS

FOR STATE ATTORNEY

To the People of the Fifth Judicial
Circuit of Florida: I hereby announce
.iiy candidacy for re-election to the
office of state attorney, Fifth Judicial
Circuit of Florida, in the approach approaching
ing approaching primary. I have tried to merit
and will greatly appreciate your sup support.
port. support. George W. Scofield.
January 4, 1913.

the federal land bank
is now investigating fiorida loan -applications, the
bank furnishes special forms for record data re regarding
garding regarding your title and will, not accept the usual
abstract made by any abstractor in fiorida,
if you have made an application for a loan, it
is of vital importance to you to show how that your
title security is as good as ybuf value security, if
you have not made application but think of doing
so, get your title in shape now so that when, your
application is made, that delay will not be caused
by the necessity of then perfecting the record title
to your lands.
without solicitation, I have been appointed a local
examiner for the federal land .bank and my years
of experiencfc both in abstract and title work war warrant
rant warrant me in saying that -my services, for4 you, will
result in properly placing before the land bank, in
the least possible i time, the title data required in
connection with your loan.
. r. s. rogers,

m. & c. bank building.

telephone no. 481

1ST. EEO; COIL-lLjEGlE
SAINT LEO, PAS CO CO U NT Y, FLORIDA
IDEAL BOARDHiG SCHOOL FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN
Courses in Classics, Science and Commerce. : Also
Primary Department. Send for Catalogue.
Rev f Cchedict, Director.
OPENS FOR THE FALL TERM, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12, 1917.

By Federal Food Administrator for
Florida

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 un-less
less 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.

OFFICIAL ORDER

By Braxton Beacham, Federal Food
Administrator of Florida
. All 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 in the 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 ina inability
bility inability to secure transportation facili facilities,
ties, facilities, and have evidence of these facts,
application for limited extension ol
time beyond March 1, should be made

direct to Enforcement Division, U. S.

Food Administration, Washington.
Those Hair and Clothes Brushes in
Gerig's window at one dollar each

have caused a great many to stop and

look. To look mean3 to buy, so be
careful. Gerig's Drug Store. 2-20
Our toilet articles are the best to be
had at any price. Try them and buy
war savings stamps" with the sav savings.
ings. savings. The Court Pharmacy. tf

FOR REPRESENTATIVE

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.
Summerfield, Florida.

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 4 th,
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

ly and conscientiously. I realize that
the knowledge and experience as rep

resentative 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.

FOR COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 4

According to my own inclination
and the solicitation of friends, I here hereby
by hereby announce myself a candidate for

county commissioner for the fourth

commissioner's district of Marion
county, subject to the action of the
democratic primary of 1918. If elect elected,
ed, elected, I promise a faithful discharge of
the duties of the office and I shall
strive to give satisfaction to all con concerned
cerned concerned by giving the duties of the of office
fice office my personal attention. I shall be
thankful for the support of all inter interested.
ested. interested. Very respectfully,
O. H. (Bob) Rogers.
Lynne, Fla.

THAT BAD BACK

Do you have a dull, steady ache in
the small of the back sharp, stab stabbing
bing stabbing twinges when stooping or lift lifting
ing lifting distressing urinary disorders?
For bad back and weakened kidneys
Ocala residents recommend Doan's
Kidney Pills. Read this Ocala man's
statement.
C. F. Hays, 703 S. Orange St. says
"I think that heavy lifting caused my

kidneys to become weakened. I suff suffered
ered suffered greatly from severe pains in my

back and 1 was often so stiff and
lame that I could hardly work. I also
had frequent, severe headaches. A

friend told me about Doan's Kidney!

Pills and 1 began using them. 1 am
very glad that I did so for they gave
me more relief than all the other med medicines
icines medicines I had taken put together. I
have had no occasion to take any kid kidney
ney kidney medicine since, as the cure has
been permanent. The statement I
gave before praising Doan's Kidney
Pills holds good."
Price 60c. at all dealers. Dont
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
cured Mr. Hays. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 1
We have left some of that 29-cent
shipment of Correspondence Cards.
Big value. Gerig's Drug Store. 2-20

Your Grove at Lakeland Highlands
Will Make the Home Self-Sustatnini!

Here in the heart of the grapefruit section
which has made Polk c unty famous for citrus
fruits you can have a winter home with ali the
advantages of other parts of Fiorida plus the
earning capacity to make it self-supporting.
For no more than the price of a modest house
and lot in the North, at Lakela'd Highlands you
can buy a ten-acre grove planted to 48-1 budded
grapefruit trees ard build, on ih? tract a comfort comfortable
able comfortable bungalow with modern conveniences.
It will be but a few short yeari until the trees
earn" for you $5.00 a year and upwards at least
$2,420 net per year more than a winter's com comfortable
fortable comfortable living will cost you h?re, including upkeep
of an automobile and other comforts.
You can be relieved of the care and cultivation
of the grove, if you. wish, by a co-operative asso association
ciation association of fruit growers wh?ch will undertake to
have the work done by practical experts directed
by good! business men, at a low figure based on
actual costs.

Come Sec Lakeland' Highlands This Winter
We Will Welcome You at the Country Club

You will be p'eised with the comfort and ser service
vice service of the club, with the good roads in every
direction, with the high elevation 309 feet at the
club and the nearby lakeswith the unique and
beautiful golf course, with the neighboring city of
Lakeland and with all the surroundings.
It is no reflection on the many other attractive
sections of Florida to claim for Lakeland High Highlands
lands Highlands all that is characteristic of the best in the
way of provision for enjoyable winter home life
and we are anxious to have every visitor to' the
state come here for at least a few days.
If given notice in advance so that we can
reserve proper accommodations for you, we shall
be glad to welcome you at the Lakeland Highlands
Country Club, to show you the homes and groves
which' are all about it, and to have you golf on our
links if this sport appeals to you.
You will be placed under no obligations to buy
property here by giving us this opportunity. If
the appeal to you of our advantages and our liberal
proposition cause you to decide to cast your lot
with us we should be delighted, of course. Come
along and see us; then decide.

Literature fully describing our community and
giving all details gladly mailed on reqttest.

W. F. HALLAM & COMPANV
Lakeland Highlands Lakeland. Florida

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VALENCIA PEANUTS

Also, White Spanish, for sale. Stock
limited.
2-2o-3teod Z. C. Chambliss & Co.

A thief in Poughkeepsie, N. Yv who
stole a purse contsming $5.60, re returned
turned returned it when Tie learned a 10-year-old
child had saved it for the Red
Cross from profits of a war garden.

noriEY TO LOAtt
On Good Real Estate Security.
Low Interest Rates. Monthly
or Yearly Payments
F. m no CHER CtAlA.

Five Ford cars for sale. The Mas Mas-well
well Mas-well Agency, Ocala. 2-27-tf

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THE WHOLE FAMILY

12 PERMANENT
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Florida's first State Fair
and Exposition will surprise
you by its showing of the gi gigantic
gantic gigantic resources of the State
as it demonstrates these to
the world.
There is a serious purpose
behind everything that the
State Fair seeks to accomplish
the further development of
the agriculture and industry
of Florida. It will offer the
most complete exposition ever
attempted of the educational
and other advantages of Flori Florida
da Florida as well as of tne attain attainments
ments attainments along material lines.
Profit and pleasure will be
combined for every visitor.
Music lovers will revel in con concerts
certs concerts by bands of fame. Uni Unique
que Unique and original" forms of
clean amusement will afford
entertainment every minute.
Pretentious in conception and
astounding in performance the
Florida State Fair and Expo Exposition
sition Exposition will afford more fun
and more information than
ever before was offered a fair fair-going
going fair-going public

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At considerable expense we have secured the services of a :j
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correction of all foot ills and deformities.
MONDAY MARCH 4TH
Have your feet examined by this
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We have opened a new place of business at the corner of Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street opposite the Baptist church, and will at all times carry a
complete line of --
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
AND ALL KINDS OF FEED.
Everything is Brand New and Fresh, and our prices will be found
reasonable. Give us a trial. Free Delivery anywhere in town.
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Put an Ad in the Star

The Woman's Burden
On being asked, "What is woman's
part in the world-war":
Rise, up mother, sister, daughter,
- Tender maiden, faithful wife;
Rise, and take upon your shoulders
Woman's burden in the strife!
Take the burden of a smile,
When it hurts to bring it;
Take the burden of a song,
When it wounds to sing it!
Smile and sing, and cheer them on,
Husband, father, brother, son,
To the starry splendor
Of their high surrender.
Rose-leaf girls, the summer's blos blossoms,
soms, blossoms, Stately ladies, jewel-bright,
Labor's strong and valiant daughters,
' Hand in hand to join the fight!
; Shed no tear to dim the steel
i That must gleam so brightly;
Make no moan to check the breath
That must come so lightly!,
Smile, and sing, and each to each
Cheerful task and holy teach;
Others wounds upbinding
So your own balm finding.
Rise,1 up mother, sister, daughter,
Tender maiden, faithful wife;
Rise and run to lift and bear it,
Woman's burden in the strife!
Laura E. Richards,
of the Vigilantes.
Observing Longfellow's Birthday
Wednesday, the 27th, is the natal
day of one of our most beloved Amer American
ican American poets and for those who wish to
entertain on that day the following
suggestions may be of assistance. For
souvenirs take white or gray cards,
mount a picture of Longfellow or his
house in Cambridge and write a suit suitable
able suitable quotation.
Then have a series of living pic pictures.
tures. pictures. A delightful selection may be
made from the "Hanging of the
Crane," each picture illustrated to be
accompanied by reading. "The Rainy
Day," "Children's Home," "Voices of
the Nnight," "The Black Knight" and
groups from the "Spanish Student"
are all effective subjects.
Then for music ther is the "Arrowr
and the Son," "The Day is Done,'
"The Bridere" and the "Lost Chord."

Have a twenty-minute sketch of the?

poet, and if possible procure Long-
fellow postcards for the invitations.
It will be interesting to many read-?
ers of the department to know that on!
Saturday afternoons for a couple of
heurs the poet's home at Brattle'
street, in Cambridge, Mass., is open
to the public. At least one room, thd
library, is shown, with his chair, desk
and table. The windows are looking
toward the historic River Charles, the
lot in front of the house having beeri
made by the city into a little park, as
it was the poet's wish that the view
should never be obstructed.

Serve individual dishes of Boston
baked beans and brown bread, dough4
nuts and coffee typical New England
refreshments. Exchange.
Mr. Stroud Operated On
A telegram was received yesterday

from" Mrs! Stroud in Jacksonville,
stating that her son, William had

just been' operated on and was rest4

ing well. His friends hope for ; Mr;
Stroud a speedy recovery.

Woman's Liberty Loan Committee
The executive committee of the

Marion" county liberty loan committee.

will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30

in the basement of the public library,
The Ocala committee and the various
chairmen of the county committees
are earnestly requested to be present.

Plans for the big drive will be formu

lated. Mrs. Caroline Moorhead,

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. sMrs. George Ford of Jacksonville
is ; the guest of her parents, Mr. and

Mrs. B. A. Weathers for several

weeks.

. Mrs. W. H. Harralson expects to
return to her home in Troy, Ala., on
Friday after a two weeks visit to Mr.
and Mrs. R. A. Burford and family.
"Intolerance" tickets at the prices
of 28 cents and 55 cents are being
rapidly .sold at the Court Pharmacy
for Thursday night.
Mrs. E. F. Fitch, two little daugh daughters
ters daughters and maid returned to their home
in Buffalo yesterday after a delight delightful
ful delightful visit to their Ocala relatives.
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Mrs. J. S. Blitch has returned to
Montbrook after a week's visit to her
husband at the Harrell House in Tal Tallahassee.
lahassee. Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Livingston of
Kississimmee, were St. Augustine
visitors yesterday. They were in their
car en route to Jacksonville.
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Mr. T. M. Scarborough, who has
been in Ocala for some time, has re returned
turned returned to Tallahassee with the G. F.

t& A; His wife will come in a few

days. Tallahassee Democrat.
Mr.' and Mrs. E. M. Howard of
Ocala are visiting at the winter home
in' Buena Vista of his father, Dr. H.
f! Howard. Dr H C. and Dr. C. P.

Howard returned with them in their

car. Miami Herald.
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Mr. William Camp left yesterday
for Savannah, where he will meet his

sistar, Mrs. G. F. Armstrong and

.dauffhter and accomnanv them to

Lake Toxaway, N. C. Mr. Camp will
visit there for about a week.
.Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harris expect to
leave this afternoon for their summer
home in Duluth, Minn. They will
spend the remainder of this week vis visiting
iting visiting Lieut. C. H. Lloyd in Atlanta
and Mrs. L. A. Shephard in Chicago.
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Mr. Pierpont Twitchell of Brooklyn,
N. Y., who has been spending several
months in Ocala at the home of Mrs.
Will' Marshall, left this morning for
Palatka via the Oklawaha river. Mr.
Twitchell will also go to St. Augus Augustine
tine Augustine and several other points of in

terest and will return to Ocala in

about ten days for another visit be

fore going home.

; Woman's Liberty LcanwDxive
Every man, wpman girl and boy is
earnestly requested to do all, in, their
power to help make our-big drive a
success. Florida and Marion county,
our field of .work,' must'", meet their
obligation to help, feed, clothe and
take care of our men at the front, and
those of our Allies, by buying a
thrift stamp and a liberty bond. You
lend your money to the government
at a good interest rate in order to
enable our government to carry on
the work, win the war and establish a
world democracy.
Woman's Liberty Loan Committee,
Mrs. Caroline Moorhead,
Marion County (Jhairman.
Copies of the foregoing are being
pasted by the librarian in every book
that leaves the Ocala public library
to give the woman's liberty loan drive

publicity.

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Japanese Literary Social
To be held under auspices of the
Ocala Junior Epworth League Friday
afternoon, at 3:30 o'clock at the home

of Mr. Jerry Burnett Everyone cor cordially
dially cordially invited. Voluntary offering for

Japan fund.

Instrumental selection: Martha
Rivers.
Prayer.
Dia Nippon; descriptive.
Song, "Christ for Japan: Marjoria
Burnett.
A Land of Idols: Carl Henderly.
Piano solo: Gladys Brooks.
Recitation,' "Little Children of Ja

pan": Marguerite Uondrey;

People of Japan! Charles Browne.
Piano and violin," selected.
Paradise of Babies: Carrie Brooks.
Japanese Lullaby:. Elsie Burnett.
Poem, "Chrysanthemums": Anni

Laurie Boyd.

Trio, Mamie Johnson, Mary' and
Gladys Brooks.
Sunrise Babies: Four Juniors.
Fans: Sara Rentz.

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Musical Treat in Orlando Thursday
Night
It may be news of considerable in interest
terest interest to. Ocala. music lovers to know
that the Orlando Festival opens there
Thursday night at the Phillips thea theater.
ter. theater. Four wonderful musicians will
appear in this festival. m
Mme. Marie Rappold, soprano, of
the Metropolitan Opera Co.? who'nai
a wonderful personality, gowns cost costing
ing costing in the thousands and Pf r!je r!je-els,
els, r!je-els, will give among her mah num numbers
bers numbers the Star Spangled Banner.
Mr. Henri Scott, bass-baritone, also
of the Metaopolitaiti :wwpmi?t, "Will
sing several solos, and(also. 'duets, .wfth
Mme. Rappold. Their piancT accom accompanist
panist accompanist will be Mr. L. T. Grunberg.
Dr. Julia' Alieli is' a violinist with a
delightful! topch;. andj perfect jteclmi?
que. The .fourth admirable performer
is Miss" Marion Rousa solo pianist.'
The Orlando people i have' a. rare
treat in, store for them, as those In
neighboring places' also realize It
will be attended by ; many visitors
and possibly by Ocala musicians, and
music lovers. The date is Feb. 28th.
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Temple Theater Attractions
. Today's Temple program has al already
ready already arrived. It consists of a Hearst
News, a two-reel comedy and the

Fighting Trail serial. v

Gatty Sellars' First Concert Tonight

Gatty Sellars, the famed pipe or

ganist, will give the first of his two
Ocala concerts at the Methodist
church at 8 o'clock tonight. There
will be no admission charge, but a

free will offering will be taken.

The numbers on the program in

clude the British Patrol, representing

the approach, passing by and gradu

al disappearance of a British patrol,'

and the Storm at Sea. In the patrol

the tramp of soldiers, the drums,

trumpets and military effects are
clearly portrayed. The organist is
declared pre-eminent in such descrip

tive music as the Storm, in which
rain, wind, thunder and lightning ef

fects are obtained.

Comment is frequently made on the
ease with which Mr. Sellars adapts
himself ,to strange instruments for at
times he never sees the organ until
commencing his recital. He usually

plays entirely from memory, some sometimes
times sometimes extemporizing on themes re

quested by his audience.

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"Intolerance" at the Temple
One of the greatest films in the
world, "Intolerance," made by D. W.
Griffith, who also made "The Birth of
a Nation," will be seen at the Temple
Thursday. Among those in the cast
are Mae Marsh, Lillian Gish, DeWolf
Hopper, Douglas Fairbanks, Bessie
Love and Constance Talmadge. Miss
Talmadge had never been heard of
until she made her appearance in In Intolerance.
tolerance. Intolerance. In it she takes the role of
the mountain girl and is now second
in public favor to Mae Marsh and the
same may be said of Bessie Love,
"The Bride of Cana," now well known,
but she had never been heard of when
she was cast by Mr. Griffith for the
scene of the Marriage of Cana.
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Mr. W. E. Kinard, who was former formerly
ly formerly connected with the G. F. & A. here,
will probably return with his family.
Mrs. Kinard has been very ill since
going to Ocala. Tallahassee Demo Democrat.
crat. Democrat.
For the benefit of irregular attend attendants
ants attendants who frequently ask what days
the surgical dressings classes are on,
they meet three days a week, Tues-

ds vs. Wednesdays and Fridays at

2:30 o'clock in the Red Cross room in
the federal building. To get to the

Red Cross room" you enter the west

door of the postoffice lobby, go to the

third floor, go directly east and at
the last door on the right side of the

hall the Red Cross workers will glad

ly welcome you, and have plenty of

work for willing hands. There is
work for all, for those who will baste,

run the sewing machine, cut gauze or

tie threads. You do not need a spe

cial invitation, as some people even

yet think. You are not only welcome,

but needed.

BE A

PATRI

Go to your nearest postoffice and buy your first Thrift Stamp. It will coit
you a quarter, but when you have bought it you will be a government bond
owner.
No matter if you don't own -anything else but the clothes on your back,
this quarter will make you a full partner with every other patriotic man; woman
and child in the United States.
It is the safest investment that you could make and you can get your money
back at any time you need it. Instead of tying your money up. you are helping
your country to win the war-

Act Now and Buy Thrift War StamB

You can also be patriotic by growing food for your soldiers. Scarcity of labor makes labor labor-saving
saving labor-saving machinery a necessity.
For cotton and com planting use the "Hoosier" and "Kentucky" planter. For cotton and
corn cultivation as a one-horse tool use "Planet Junior" cultivators and horse hoes none better.
We also have other makes at a lower price. x
For gardening hand tools we have the "Planet Junior" seed drills and single wheel hoes
It is a pleasure to use them, as they do the work so perfectly and easily.

For cultivating field croDS we havs the "Buckeve" Disc Ridiner Cultivator. This k nnnn-K

& J O ---w v.wwi
edly the best disc cultivator on the market. Every purchaser has a good word for it. C
furnish shovel attachments for this when wanted.

CLARKSON

HARDWARE COMPANY

OCALA, FLORIDA.

ARE YOUR BUYING THRIFT
STAMPS EVERY DAY?

: If1 you buy 25 'cent THRIFT

STAMPS s at the rate of only one a
day, and exchange each book of six sixteen
teen sixteen (with a few cents added) for a
certificate worth $5 in 1923, you are
saving money at the rate of $10 per
month."
Good investment isn't it? And a
patriotic habit besides for everj
single THRIFT STAMP is a little
tdded momentum" behind the one
jfreaX. desire to shorten this war.
Thrift Stamps are for sale at the
O, K Groceyt the postoffice and many
other- business houses.
(This advertisement paid for and
donated by the O. K. Teapot Groc Grocery.)
ery.) Grocery.) 26-tf
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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 Monday
day Monday night, March 4. A more extended
notice will be made later.

A full assortment of the famous
PAKRQ Seedtape. Just the thing for
the small fall gaien- Ocala Seed
Store. tf

r Five "Ford cars for sale. The Max Maxwell
well Maxwell Agency, Ocala. 2-27-tf

JACKSONVILLE,FLORIDA

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In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every moaern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $3.
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. KAVANAUGH

Proprietor.

Read the Star Want Ads. R Dav

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"I Like Wot It Any at All;
This Castor Bean Business"
Says the Kaiser, Says He

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Just the same; Uncle Sam is going after the German
war lord with the world's greatest fleet of airplanes.
The supremacy of America in the air will mean the
speedy downfall of the forces of autocracy.
Airplanes must be lubricated properly to do their work' well.
Castor oil is the only lubricant that will flow freely in high
altitudes. To secure the needed quantity there must be

planted at once a large acreage of castor beans.

The government's investigations have shown that the
soil and climate of Florida are admirably adapted to
castor b?ans. They may be grown here without re reducing
ducing reducing production of foodstuffs. Hence the call to
Florida farmers to engage in their culture.

Authorized contractors for the United States are now mak

ing sub-contracts with growers for castor bean acreage on
a basis which will make their culture highly profitable.
Farmers who produce them will be doing patriotic service.

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Florida Farmers Help Win tlie 17:.:

Do Your Bit Growing Castor

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It may not be possible for you to join the boys in khaH on
the fighting fronts, but you can do much to back then vp.
Just now there is no way in which your help will be more
effective than through a crop of castor beans.
You can grow castor beans between the rows of ycur.3 citrus
fruit groves and vegetable fields, in gardens and city lcts
on cut-over land in fact, on almost any soil cot subject
to overflow. The government experts will help you.
Seed will be supplied you at cost, to be paid fbr;whcn ihz
crop is harvested. Complete instructions as to plant'" 3, cul cultivation,
tivation, cultivation, etc., will be furnished you. A porps i "of csprrU
will be in Florida to render growers evcry'pojslb'i St Stance
ance Stance during the season.
Contracts with growers in the East Coasi'coutHis ers now
ready for signatures. .There is no time to: be bit i &a
beans should be planted during March. Write tocby for
full information, blank' contracts and get ready to cb your
bit in this great work.

H

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Contractors for United
States War Departmsnt

Lawyers E!ij.

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!;r? dna.. Counts and Upg&
H,t Fn&r ni-ht -with Dr. Herbert
Cour,t3, are. expected home this aft-
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s rirs. Frank Durand and two chil chil-i.
i. chil-i. : n of Yalaha, came up Saturday
for a .short visit to Mrs. Durand's
wiltr !rs' Fred Veihe and family.
Mr. Durand motored to Ocala Mon Monday
day Monday and took .his family home.-
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Meadows and
daughter, Mrs Lewis, of Vidalia, Ga.,
are motoring: through the state and
'rk -- vuc wiy mis morning zor
a visit to Miss Rena Smith and also
iu view ouver springs.
ARE YOUR BUYING THRIFT
, STAMPS EVERY DAY?
If you buy 25 cent. THRIFT
STAMPS at the rate of only one a
dav. and fxplna
teen (with a few cents added) for a
certificate worth $5 in 1923, you are
saving money at the rate of $10 per
month.
Good investment isn't it? And a
patriotic habit besides for every
sinsfle THRTPT stamp ; a little
added 'momentum behind the one
great desire to shorten this war.
Thrift Stamps are for sale at the
O. K. Grocery, the postoffice and many
other business houses.
(This advertisement paid for and
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uonaiea Dy tne U. H. Teapot Uroc
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
; AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates mH nr. all fTnn
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.
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- The Lakeland Chamber of Commerce has
attained an enviable reputation for eliiciency.
It has seldom engaged in the blowing of trum trumpets
pets trumpets so often confused with real accomplishment
by commercial organizations;
But. when there has been hard work to do for
the city of Lakeland, or for Polk county, or for
South Florida, it has been right on the job.
Naturally a civic body of this type -wants to

Cost
From

A detailed statement accompanying Mr. Hol Hol-vrortby'o
vrortby'o Hol-vrortby'o letter showed that some publications we
coecially recommended brought inquiries at a cost
cf crJy 25 cents each.
Of even greater significance is the showing
trslo by his records as to the real and substantial
interest in Florida of the bulk of the people who
rwrcd the advertising.

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Wheat-corn bread is more nutritious
than bread ba ked with wheat flour
alone. Thousands of American fam families
ilies families today are using this mixed flour
bread, and in so doing are enabling
America to provide more wheat flour
for the elites. Here's a tested recipe
for t hi i rtifld: Take one and ahnlf
cup of milk, water or a mixture of
tn two: one-half cake compressed
, yeast, one and a half teaspoons sait.
one tablespoon sugar, one taDiespoon
of fat if ileslred, one cup corn mea!
and two cups wheat flour.
Put one and a 'half cups of water,
the cornmeal, salt, sugar and fat .(if
used) Into a double boiler and cook
twenty minutes. The water Is suffi sufficient
cient sufficient only to soften the meal a little.
Allow the meal' to cool to about the
temperature of the room and add the
flour and yeast mixed with the rest
of the water. Knead thoroughly,
make into loaf, place in pan of stand standard
ard standard size, allow to rise until nearly
fills the jan and bake 45 or 50 minutes.-
It Is hardly practicable to use
a greater percentage of cornmeal than
this even in emergencies, for bread so
made differt very little from baked
mush. Less cornmeal can be used
and In sucn a case the general meth method
od method given above may be followed.
" It is possible to make a yeast raised
corn bread without first cooking the
cornmeal. In this case not more than
one cupful of meal should be used to
four cupfuls of flour. In other re respects
spects respects the bread Is mixed and baked
n in the above recipe.
FIVE FORD CARS For sale. The
Maxwell Agency, Ocala. 27-tf

(Smother Sooth Florida Trad

SECRETARY

Tbonas Advertising Service,
Jacksonville, Florida.
My dear Kr. (Qioaiae:
I ea c ending you herewith analysis of coat i
per Inquiry of cur season's advertlsix. carried by
you up to the present tl&a, and I an s-ass that the
figures will be aa interesting to you as they are
satisfactory to us. The general aversge fcr the
paat four xnont&a has been slightly loss than 50
per inquiry, "vhlcli I ki sure you law 13 consider
ed a very lev cost Eliminating tvo or three me mediums
diums mediums (our choice) from the list, this average cost
is reduced to less than 41.
In this connection, I want to edd that- the ;
source and nature of th.-tse inquiries have been of a
Tery high olass.
The Advertising Committee sie well pleased
irith results, as also your courteous and paina tatting
efforts. I hope we may be able to double our busi business
ness business with you next season.

Very

of Inquiries, Average, Only 50 Cents;
Selected Mediums, as Low as 25 Cents

Do you know exactly what you pay for when you buy advertising?
Our clients do. Do you pay for only what you get?- Our clients do.
The Thomas Advertising Service
Agverfiaiaa Hisiqaarters ef tf SeotBeatt ;
iUzrd National Bsnk BoiIdin& Jacksonville. Florida
..; Tftsssa Office. Stovali BaHdlnr Clyde Glenn. Mzmzer : 1
T?m Sovtben Ceoa3 of AxMetelic? of Aaaerkaa Adrertisior Affendea. Accredited by the Amertam Newipaper
trV"ihrt,a itH'""! the AaTiesltBisi Ps&en' AMoeUtfcn. the HcticBaJ Periodical Awoctettoa and other pabtiabere"
fesaeiatieBa, ;The only adrertialttg aareaey oqthemt at Atlanta with the recocnlticm and co-opezmtioa of theee bodice.

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Mr. J, W, Hill 6f Ocala is spending
a 'few days .-'in- Tampa, vf v -dV
Mr. R. S. Hall left Tuesday after afternoon
noon afternoon for a business trip to Atlanta.
Mr. C. C. Sims, the Dunnellon lum
ber man, is in the city for a few days.
Mr. L. T. Hickson of Mcintosh is
among the business visitors in the
city today.
Thrift and war savings stamps are
now for sale at the Western Union
Telegraph office.
Mr. Robert Tydings went to Jack
sonville yesterday afternoon and will
return tonight.
Mr. E. K. Nelson of Tampa is reg registered
istered registered at the Harrington while in the
city for a few days.
Mr. Van Boney came up from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville yesterday, for a brief visit to
his mother and sister here.
Mr. Wm. M. Swayne of New York
city has succeded Mr. Davis as night
manager of the Harrington cafe.
A modest but generous citizen came
in today and handed us $5 with which
to send tobacco to the boys in France.
And he doesn't smoke himself, either.
Dr. Herbert Counts returned to
Ocala last night from a brief stay in
Jacksonville, but will return there
this afternoon. Dr. Counts' many
friends regret to hear that he has
fully decide dto locate in Jacksonville
but wish him great prosperity.
Mr. J. V. Burke, member of the
state tax commission, was in the city
today and left this afternoon for In Inverness,
verness, Inverness, where the commission will
hold a meeting tomorrow. A meeting
of the board was held in Gainesville
vr?isin
know what its advertising

Body
Costs

the forms of publicity which offer definite an(

traceable returns.
For several years the Lakeland Chamber of
Commerce has been an appreciated client of The
Thomas Advertising Service. The satisfaction of
its secretary, Mr. A. J. Holworthy, with the results
we have been able to help him secure is reflected
in the communication reproduced below.

S OFPICC
LAKELAND. PLORIOA.
February 8tfc, 1018.
truly yours.
Secretary.

Our handling of this account was such as to
assure the client of lowest obtainable rates, give
absolute evidence of correct insertions and make
easy the tracing of results.
We are proud to have been privileged to so
satisfactorily serve the Lakeland Chamber of
Commerce and we welcome the opportunity to
render equally efficient service to other advertisers.

cf Ocala many years ago and notes
many improvements in the city since
he moved away.
Butterfly pendants at THE BOOK
SHOP. 3t

Mr. Carol Fraser is another fine
young man who will be much missed
by his friends. He left today for At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, from where he will go into the
navy.,
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf
There was considerable excitement
in the vicinity of Dr. Lane's property
on Winona street at noon today. A
colored man who the doctor hired to
burn some trash, let the fire get away
from him, and the fire department
had quite a fight to put it out.
Card table covers and card sets at
THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
That Paul Kreher person, whose
presence in the Tampa shipbuilding
plant caused so much discontent in
Tampa, has resigned himself out of
the same plant. He's the wise boy.
s
The item yesterday that Mr. J. H.
Morris, the stock food man, intended
to be out of the city for several f
days, was an error. Mr. Morris is too
busy to leave the city at present.
The fire station is being screened
to keep our mosquitoes. As usual, the
fire boys are doing the work.
Will Grissett, the colored moon moonshiner,
shiner, moonshiner, living some miles south of
town, had a pain in his conscience, so
he came in last night and gave him himself
self himself up.
Buy war savings stamps to help
win the war, and have us fill your
prescriptions for accurate fervice
The Court Pharmacy. tf
produces and uses 03

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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 time
7 Sc.; one month S3. Payable in. adrance.
WANTED To rent or buy a farm.
Address 326 North Magnolia St. It
LOST A silver card case engTaved
Adela Ax. Reward if returned to 1010
Fort King avenue. 27-lt
FOR SALE Barred Rock eggs$10
per setting. Blue ribbon birds at Mar Marion
ion Marion County Fairs. E. R. Gist, Mcin Mcintosh,
tosh, Mcintosh, Fla. 2-27-12t
FOR RENT Large, airy rooms. Can
be ananged for housekeeping. Elec Electric
tric Electric lights, hot and cold water and all
modern conveniences; or will rent en entire
tire entire house furnished to responsible
party. Apply Mrs. Wm. Sinclair. No.
20 Herbert street. 27-6t
FOR SALE Two hundred bushels
early mating Sea Island cotton seed
made in 1916 and clear of weevils.
Cotton has long staple and will
thread itself in lint. Price $2 per
bushel. Also two double roller Foss
gins, new; one eood upland Windshin
gin press, shafting, belting at a bar
gain. Keason for selling am putting
in feed mill. W. T. Staten, Valdosta,
Ga. 2-27-3t
LOST On Ocala and Belleview road
Sunday, one 30 x 3 stright side
czzi?, Goodyear cord. Finder return
to Davies Vulcanizing Shop. 26-3t
FOR RENT Five room cottage on
Fort King avenue. City water, lights,
cistern, well, barn, shed, foul houses
and garden. Phone 220. 23-6t
FOR SALE Three 1917 fords in
good shape; one 1914 Buick touring
car, $350; one 1916 Hudson,- new top,
new tires, newly painted, $850; one
1913 Cadillac, new top and new tires
Apply Auto Sales Company, corner
Fort King and Magnolia street. 26 6t
FOlt SALE Stucco bungalow; latest
; improvements; lot 75 x 187; cement
( av.xa A ,,,.11.. .11 J r ;a
x live anu wain, ail niiius ux xruiv
trees. Also building lot 63 x 187.
Carl Wenzel & Son, 702 Wyominia
St., Ocala, Fla. 2-2-lm
FOR SALE Nice lot 70 x 112 hr sec second
ond second ward. Also wish to rent or pur
chase 80-acre farm near Ocala. W.
W. Condon. 1-8-tf
FOR SALE A team of draft horses
in good condition. Apply at Bitting's
Drug Store. 2-20-tf
FOR SALE Barred Rock eggs for
setting. One fine rooster. Mrs. H.
S. Wesson, Ocala, 23-6t
EGGS FOR HATCHING Barred
Plymouth Rock eggs from good stock,
$1.50 for. 15. R. N. Dosh, 702 South
4th St., phone 304. 2-25-tf
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
FOR SALE New typewriter, at $3
per month. Room 5, Holder Block,
Ocala, Fla. 12-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 A desirable six-rrom
residence; all modern conveniences;
automobile shed Located close in on
Watula street. Apply to Dr. J. W.
Hood. 2-16-tf
DR. D. M. BONEY
: "My Optician"
EYESIGHT
SPECIALIST
I especially offer my services to the
people of Central Florida, and invite
personal visits or mail orders.
202-204 Hogan St Park Hotel Bldg,
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA
Arithmetic Once Was Common.
At the time of the colonization of
America In the first half of the seven
teenth century arithmetic was not con
sldered essential to a boy's education
unless he was to enter commercial life
or certain trades. The Instruction In
arithmetic was often given In another
school, called a writing school, or a
reckoning school. When arithmetic
was taught In the grammar school It
was very rudimentary. Not only was
this true, but among the nobility ana
the aristocracy of the educated, arith
metic was looked upon as "common,"
"vile," "mechanic because it was the
accomplishment of clerks, artisans,
tradesmen and others who bore no
sign of heraldry. Consequently it was
beneath the dignity of a boy unless he
was less capable of learning and fit fittest
test fittest to be put to trades.
Cruel Blow.
"Your daughter has given me some
encouragement, sir."
"Well?"
"But 111 be perfectly frank vrtth
you. My finances are In bad shape."
"Ahem!"
"I hope you are not disappointed,
strr
"Indeed, I am, young man. I had
planned to borrow $10 from yon for
30 days."
Slap It On.
"Face powder should be applied with
dlscImInatIon.,
"Ehr
"Some girls seem to think ail yon
need Is a lot of it.

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ments Payments of
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Room 5, Holder Block,
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Mclvcr & MacKay
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Tell Us and Well "Come Across."
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Results
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