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OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1918.'
VOL. 25, NO. 52
' FOR REVIEW
Pershing Puts the Case of Drowsy
. Sentinels in Hands of the
Washington, Feb. 28. Four Amer American
ican American soldiers caught asleep on sentry
duty in the first line trenches have
been sentenced to death, but General
Pershing, although he has Authority
to carry out the sentences, referred
the cases to the war department for
BRAZIL, CONTRIBUTES SHIPS
Paris, Feb. 28. The chamber oi
deputies voted yesterday to appro appropriate
priate appropriate one hundred and ten million
francs to be used in chartering Ger German
man German ships placed at the disposal of
France by Brazil.
NO WORD FROM FRANCIS
Washington, Feb. 28. No further
word has been received from' Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Francis'regarding plans of the
American embassy staff to' leave
Blackmailer of Mayor Candler was
Granted an Appeal but Has
Failed to Give Bond
i (Associated Press)
Atlanta, Feb.. 28. II. W. Cook, the
real estate salesman convicted yes yesterday
terday yesterday and sentenced to a year on the
chain gang and fined $1000 for con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy to blackmail Asa G. Candler,
the millionaire mayor of Atlanta, is
still in jail today in default of bond.
A hearing on the appeal of Cook has
been set for March 16th.-
Conferences are being held today to
whether Mrs. H. H. Hirsch,
indicted jointly with Cook, will go to
trial tomorrow as planned.
HIRSCH CASE NOT HURRIED
i Solicitor General Boykin announced
later that the Hirsch case would not
be tried this week.' No date has been
METHODIST CHURCH NOTICE
March 10th the third church con conference
ference conference for 1918 will be held at the
Methodist church. Printed statements
will be ready for distribution, show showing
ing showing what each, member has agreed to
pay and the amount they have paid
for the support of the church this
year. J P. Phillips,
3-1-tf Chairman of Board.
Blitchton, Feb. 2? Mr. Fenton A.
Blitch left Sunday for Atlanta to
take examination for the navy.
Miss Opal Blitch of Bronson and
Miss Ernestine Blitch of Williston,
were week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. B. R. Blitch and family.
Prof. Leon P. Irvin of Concord, Ga.,
as the guest of 5 Messrs. Landis and
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Fant are an announcing
nouncing announcing the arrival of a soldier and
Red Cross' nurse at their home Feb.
Mr. Alonzo B. Folks of Juliette
was a Sunday visitor.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hammons, Miss
Howena Hammons and Dr. Blitch vis visited
ited visited Ocala Tuesday.
, Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis of Irvine
spent Tuesday here.
ARE YOUR BUYING THRIFT
STAMPS EVERY DAY?
If you buy 25 cent THRIFT
STAMPS at the rate of only one a
day, and exchange each book of six
teen (with a few cents added) for a
certificate worth $5 in 1923, you are
saving money at the rate of '$10 per
:. Good v investment isn't it? And a
patriotic habit besides for ever
single THRIFT STAMP is 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
xther business houses.
(This advertisement paid for and
donated by the O. K. Teapot Groc Grocery.)
ery.) Grocery.) y 26-tf
Those Hair and Clothes Brushes in
Gerig's window at one dollar each
have caused a great many to stop and
look. To look means to buy, so "be
.carefuL Gerig's Drug Store. 2-20
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Noae and
-Threat, Law Library Building, Ocala,
xv ir. i an ni. ii rnTBicun um
SPANISH SHIPS ARE
Deutschland Evidently Thinks It Need
Have No Regard for Rights
of the Dons
(Associated Press) ;
Madrid, Feb. 28. The Spanish
press announces today without official
confirmation the torpedoing of the
Spanish steamer Sarniero. Efforts to
obtain an official confirmation elicit elicited
ed elicited this statement: "U-boats, obtained
better results against Spanish : ship shipping
ping shipping than against Italian and French
tonnage last week."
SPAIN MAY RECOVER THE SHIP
Copenhagen, Feb. 28. The Ger German
man German crew and a Spanish officer have
been landed from the German con converted
verted converted raider Igotz Mendi, which
sought refuge in Danish waters. The
Spanish flag is n6w flying from the
ITALIAN SHIPS IMMUNE
Rome, Feb. 28. Italian shipping
was immune from German fcubmarine;;
and mines for the week euding Feb.
FRENCH LOST ONE BOAT
Paris, Feb. 28. Only one vessel oi
1600 tons or over wa3 lost by enem
submarines or mines last week. No
fishing vessels were sunk.
MEN WANTED FOR THE NAVY
S. Navy Recruiting Station,
Ocala, Fla., Feb. 28 1918. :
Now is the time for young men be between
tween between the ages of 18 and 35 to volun volunteer
teer volunteer their services for the navy, as all
enlistments are for the duration
the war. The navy offers good in inducements
ducements inducements and fast promotion, with
chances of getting a commission.
The navy pay ranges from $32.60
to $83 "per. month, according to rat
ing. This includes your first clothing
outfit free, '"medical care and board,
with good opportunities of learning a
trade and fitting yourself for useful
occupations in civil life.
If you are a married man or have
any one depending on you, there is an
allowance given by the government
on the following basis: For a wife,
$15 per month; wife and one child,
$25: wife and two children, $32.50,
and for each child above two $5, in
addition to the amount the party who
has these children must ; give which
would be the minimum amount of $15
and not to exceed half of his pay.
These allowances are paid monthly.
Each person in the military service
can take out the government insur insurance
ance insurance for amounts ranging from $1000
to $10,000,' which is furnished at
about one-third the cost of ordinary
Service in the navy is under the
most desirable I. and healthful condi conditions,
tions, conditions, with a 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.
Registered Men, Take Notice
Yqu can volunteer your services for
the navy, but yotf must secure your
release from your local board and
bring your registration, card along
with you before applying for enlist enlistment
ment enlistment in the navy. Now is your chance
to serve in the navy' before the next
call, for just as soon as you are noti notified
fied notified that your number is needed to fill
the county's quota, you cannot get
into the navy. Think this over and
enlist in the navy.
If you have binoculars, spy-glasses,
telescopes, sextants, 4 chronometers,
lend them to the government as they
will be appreciated by the navy de department.
partment. department. Information as to where to
send them may be "had by calling on
or writing this office. V
: Wm. B. Schlereth,
Commissary Steward, U. S. N.
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
aftd held in the name of such distribu distributor
tor distributor for a period not exceeding thirty
days 'frorn March 1, 1918, for actual
consumptions In all cases where deal dealers
ers dealers have not moved poultry in accord accordance
ance accordance with this ruling because of ina
bility to secure transportation facili facilities,
ties, facilities, and have, evidence of these facts,
application.for limited extension oi
time beyond March 1, should be made
direct to Enforcement (Division, U. S.
Food Administration, Washington.
Our toilet articles are the best to be
had at any price. Try, them and ?buy
war savings stamps'-', with the sav-
'ings. The Court Pharmacy. tf
JAPANESE WANT TO
HEAD OFF GERMANS
Salutary Advice to Their Allies to
Keep the Huns Out of
Washington, Feb. 28. Japan's
move to develop feeling of theAllies
toward the proposal for joint military
operations in Siberia to keep the vast
stores at Vladivostok .and the trans trans-Siberian
Siberian trans-Siberian Railway out of German
hands was widely discussed today
among. diplomats and officials. Ah
were reluctant to give opinions for
publication, but its known exchanges
o f opinion are going on with the ob object
ject object of perfecting an understanding
between Japan, the United States and
liS Hffl'I HALTED
Received No Orders from Berlin to
Stop Their Advance
, (Associated Press.
London, Feb. 28. The German
army has received orders to stop its
advance into Russia, according to the
Petroerrad correspondent' of the Ex
change Telegraph Co, who
his information as reliable.
ARMY IS AD VANCIN G
Berlin, Feb. 28. Germany's mili military
tary military operations on the northern Rus Russian
sian Russian front are taking their normal
course, it is announced officially. In
Minsk the Germans captured 50,000
rifles and 2000 machine guns.
A, shipment of the latest in pat patterns.
terns. patterns. Attractive Chapeaux in Wat Wat-teau,
teau, Wat-teau, Poke and all the newest effects,
in the most desirable colors. "Every "Every-woman"
woman" "Every-woman" is invited to inspect our line.
Affleck Millinery Parlor, Ocala
House Block. Phone 161. 28-3t
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 equivalent
alent equivalent 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 j
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
$ip00 of insurance: At age 21, 65c per
month; at age 30, 69c per month; at
age 40, 81c per month. This insur insurance
ance insurance also protects against disability,
either partial or total.
No loss of pay or allowances on ac
count of sickness or injury (unless
the result of misdonduct) 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, j
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
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,
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 oi
clean amusements are provided and
every privilege consistent with the
requirements of discipline and duty is
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
ing, Miami, Section Commander,
Postoffice Bldg., St. Augustine.
SUNK BY HUNS
Thirty-Eight Survivors of the Glen Glen-art
art Glen-art Castle Declare the Vessel
London, Feb. 28. It is unofficially
stated there were 132 persons on the
British hospital ship Glenart Castle
when the vessel went, down Tuesday
in Bristol channel. Of there 38 have
been landed. Survivors landed ai
Swansea declared the ship had been
AUSTRIA HAS EIIOUCH
Refuses to Support Germany in Fur Further
ther Further Attacks on Russia
Washington, Feb. 28. Further evi evidence
dence evidence of the growing strain in rela relations
tions relations between Germany and Austria
over the refusal of the latter to par participate
ticipate participate in the renewed attack upon
Russia is given in an official dispatch
received here from France. It Quotes
the Austrian premier as formally re-H
iterating on Feb. 22 that Austria Austria-Hungary
Hungary Austria-Hungary wil ltake no part in military
operations against Russia or Rou-
mania and will not send her troops
OAK-GRINER FARSf CHURCH
There will be an entertainment at
the Oak-Griner Farm Baptist church
on Friday evening, March 1st. Ev Everybody
erybody Everybody invited to be present. Bring
ycur, pockets well filled with coin, as.
the cause is a good one. We will give
you something real appetizing. En Entertainment
tertainment Entertainment begins at 7:30 p. m.
' -Baraca Class.
Belleview, Feb. 28. Mr. T. Clark
Hull and his mother returned from a
trip to Tampa, Manatee, St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg and other points south last
The school children under the guid guidance
ance guidance of Mr. Ashworth have realized
the importance of the thrift and war
savings certificate campaign and or organized
ganized organized the Belleview School War
Savings Society. John Brown was
elected president and Ethel Freeman
secretary. Sixteen members signed
the cards, pledging themselves to
save and buy thrift stamps and we
hope to have several more soon.
Mr. Louis Schmidt's house near
Winters B. Hames, the first select
ed man to be called to the colors from
Belleview, left Tuesday for Ocala to
join the 'company of men from this
county. Being one of Belleview's own
boys brings the fact close to home
that we are at war.
Mr. T. Clark Hull and Mr. Tremere
went up to Ocala last Friday night to
hear Sergeant Verne Marshall tell
about the war as it is. The trip was
worth taking. Sergeant Marshall is
a good story teller. He gave plain,
unvarnished facts which were far
more telling than a flood of oratory.
When he stated that he had seen
scores of little boys, girls and children
of tender age minus a foot or feet or
a hand or hands, or a hole in the
side of their heads where the ear had
been forcibly torn out, it needed no
eloquence to drive that feeling homt
to all who heard just how that feel feeling
ing feeling might be and the consequence
through life to the unfortunate. He
stated that this war is to be won
right here at home. The men of this
country are willing to do the fighting.
Just fit them out as soldiers should
be fitted out a full belt of cartridges,
a full belly and the irons to shoot and
stab with, furnished them without
stint or measure, and the manhood of
this country would go into the fight
with a whole-heartedness that would
bring a decision in quick order. The
crux of the whole tiling is money
therefore "subscribe for liberty bonds,
buy thrift stamps, buy war saving
certificates, support your government
by being loyal and refraining from
disloyal talk, then buy some more
thrift and war saving stamps. And
stop the disloyal talk in your own
neighborhood by all who would dare
to create dissension in your midst.
And when some friend whispers that
this is-not our war, or have no busi business
ness business in it, tell him to go to.
RER CROSS LECTURE MARCH 4
Mr. Armstrong, one of the most
noted of. Red Cross speakers, is book
cd for a lecture at the Temple Mon
day night, March 4. A more extended
notice will be made later.
TQM HAY TAKE
Not Likely to be Any Outburst of
Sorrow if Georgia's Junior Sen Senator
ator Senator Breaks His Neck
Washington, Feb. 28. Senator
HardwicK, of Georgia, today arrang arranged
ed arranged for a rlight next Wednesday in a
Untish airplane here.
, AMENDED THE BILL
Washington, Feb. 28. The House
today amended the railway control
bill to place the power of rate mak making
ing making in the Interstate Commerce Com Commission.
mission. Commission. The vote stood 164 to 157.
ANOTHER RED CROSS
- DRIVE IMPENDING
At a meeting of the finance com committee
mittee committee of the Marion county Red
Cross branch at the local Red Cross
room, Mr. Chas. S. Cullen was chosen
to act as chairman of the second Red
Cross War. Fund Drive which will
take place some time after the first
Mr. Cullen having handled the first
drive so 'successfully,, the committee
thought it best to secure his services
for this second drive.
The advertising of the illustrated
lecture by Mr. L. O. Armstrong at
' the Temple theater on Monday night,
March 4th, was taken up, and it was
decided to have the young ladies of j
the high school sell the tickets, and
they will be offered to you Saturday
This lecture, "Canada at War," is
very instructive and interesting, and
ws hope, that a crowded house will
greet Mr. Armstrong.
A letter from the chairman of the
local chapter to the effect that this
branch has been spending about $450
per month, was read, in which he
stated we are constantly in need of
.It was decided to ask for monthly
contributions to carry on this work
as far as possible, inasmuch as sev several
eral several citizens have expressed a desire
to do this and the committee will be
glad to have a card from any who de desire
sire desire to contribute in this manner,
stating the amount they will give.
This will epable the chapter to
handle its affairs much more satisfac satisfactorily,
torily, satisfactorily, as they can then depend on
these monthly payments. Kindly in indicate
dicate indicate on a card what you will give,
and mail to J. J Gerig, chairman of
the finance committee, who will turn
the matter over to the secretary.
We hope for a prompt response to
this appeal, and trust it will be in a
sufficient amount so that it will save
the necessity of appointing a special
committee to make a personal can
Program of Meeting to be Held
Dunnellon, Saturday, March 9
10 a. m. Address of welcome by
Mr. G. W. Neville of the Dunnellon
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.
Discussion of "Good Discipline and
Ho wto Obtain It," by Mrs. Rex G.
Todd of the Ocala schools.
i 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
Social hour with dinner.
1:30 p. m. Address by Prof. J. R.
Fulk, of the University of Florida.
B. D. Adams,
Miss Donnie Proctor,
Miss Agnes Crago,
A full assortment of the famous
PAKRO Seed tape. Just the thing for
the Email fall garden- Ocala Seed
Butterfly pendants at THE BOOK
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
Five Ford cars for sale. The Max Maxwell
well Maxwell Agency, Ocala. 2-27-tf
ITENO TO CORNER
Special Counsel Hehey Believes He
Can Find Evidence Packers In Intended
tended Intended to Take Undue Ad Ad-vant
vant Ad-vant of the War
Washington, Feb. 27. Special and
speedy legislation to lay bare of con confidential
fidential confidential riles of the great meat pack packers
ers packers to disclose what government in investigators
vestigators investigators believe will show plans to
take complete control of the meat in industry
dustry industry was asked of Congress today
by the Federal Trade Commission.
Charging that Henry Veeder, counsel
for the packers, was "still custodian
of many papers which have been used
as instrumentalities in the commis commission
sion commission of felonies," Francis J. Heney,
special counsel for the commission,
asked for a supplement to the es espionage
pionage espionage law to facilitate the govern government's
ment's government's inquiry.
Editors of Southern Church Journal
Advising on a Great Drive
Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 28. -South
ern jyietnodist editors lrom many
states are here today for a confer-
ence with the centenary commission
of the church to f rmuate plans for
celebration of the founding of Metho Methodist
dist Methodist missions in America, which is to
begin in 1919.
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 by Gatty Sel Sel-lars:
lars: Sel-lars: Concert Toccata (Purcell Mans Mansfield).
field). Mansfield). The Perfect Melody (Geoffrey
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)
In Venice (Gatty Sellars).
Evensong (Easthrope Martin).
Military Fantasia (Arranged by
Fancies (Gatty Sellars).'
Postlude in D (Henry Smart).
Cathedral chimes used with organ.
Admission free. Silver offering.
No dealer or broker handling eggs
in the state of Florida shall on or fef fef-ter
ter fef-ter 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 unless
less unless 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,
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE MAE MAE-ION
ION MAE-ION COUNTY HOSPITAL
The annual meeting of the Marion
County Hospital Association, for the
election of officers and for the trans transaction
action transaction of such other business as may
come before the meeting, will be held
on Tuesday, March 12, 19,18, at 8 a, m.
at the hospital.
T. T. Munroe, President.
Attest: E., H. Martin, Sec'y. 4t-thnrs
Our toilet articles are the best to be
had at any price. Try them and bny
war savings stamps" with the sav savings.
ings. savings. The Court Pharmacy. tf
March 1st Ladies' Home Journal
day at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
We have left some of that 23-cent
shipment of Correspondence Cards.
Big value. Gerig's Drug Store. 2-20
1 Buy war savings stamps to help
win the war, and have us fill your
1 prescriptions for accurate service
The Court Pharmacy ..--tf
UCALA JsVJSMltttt STaK. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1917
OCALA OTH. STAR
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ELIMINATE THE IDLERS
The farmers of Marion county
should get together and forni ,1JU an
iron-clad agreement that all the labor
in the county should do a full day's
work each day. And the people of
Ocala should .help them to the limit.
, Florida has particular need this
it-dot fn'rolcia avorxT rtstnmrl rf -fnnA
and every yard of clothing that it can.
It not only wants these things to. ex
change for money and goods, but it
may even more lmperauyeiy neeu
them to feed and clothe its own. Flor-
ida'would be more easy.rnore likelvl
to cut off from the rest of the county
than any other state. Twice since the
war Degan nave we neara tne inreai
we; might be so cut -of?. And before
the summer is over the threat may
become a 'reality. 5i t-1 ;-
' e go noi s mean, ox course, inai
communications will be sundered and
Florida practically rendered an island.
. t j a. i : j i
What-we meani is that railway loco
motives and cars may be so urgently
needed -in other parts of -the country
that necessaries, not; to say luxuries,
will- be almost impossible-to obtain.
"What is more likely is that Florida
will not be able to do her share ) in
feeding the army, navy and workmen
of .the nations Even if -we obtain the
needed transportation, we may not
have the produce for it to carry. 1
Now Florida has the lands to raise
an abundance jof corn,'' potatoes, beef,
pork and cotton, which are things -the
state can produce that its own people
and others most vitally need. Butit
can't raise these things without labor,
and at "present there is a great dis disproportion
proportion disproportion betwen the labor and the
amount of. work ,toL be done.)
It is not that there-is a shortage of
m?p. Therearea plenty .of jmen ip
the state, but too, large a proportion
of them are holding down sunproof
jobs? working' on short'1 time "or1' not
wormng at an. ? v '.'
- Nearly all our farmers are depend dependent
ent dependent on negro labor. f Now, negro Ta Tabor
bor Tabor is the i best in the 'world f or the
Florida or the southern farmer-wneri
it can be had. But there has always
been an element of unreliability
about it, and at this time, when-it is
most needed, -it4 is -more unreliable
than ever. ; ?'
Right now, a good negro fieldhand
is. in better shape to make himself In-
dependent and, respected1 than anyone
else; He is sure of work at good wages
every day. He does-not have 'to Vork
half as hard as the white men in' the
steel and iron works,7 the shipyards,
tKe munition plants or on the f ships
and docks. Unfortunately he, or a good
many of him, is using his independ
ence tne wrong way. lie is not using
it to make himself independent of
rWrf"C filffr -f rt 'tnoIrA csiA-t' ini
pendeiit'.ol work. Halwill'workijust
so many days in' the week' as he needs
to supply his wants; the remainder of
histimet hefdedicates'to resti V" ;
In tW city, hitters are sworse. We
hay in .our.'towi)''avititfroneg
meii and boys who are' paid by white
people enougli to ikeep them: alive for
.working a small fraction of each day.
The' balance of 'the tine they put jn
loafi rig. A number of ami ties" employ
servants who are "not needed or are
only; partly? needed; Many of5 these
servants support able-bodied men or
boys, in partial or complete idleness.3 idleness.3-Also,
Also, idleness.3-Also, there are not' a few white
men and boys who while not exactly
loafmg,;are camouflaging -work; that
is, they are doings things ;tba are not
necessary and adding- to the expense
while. .they contribute nothing to its
Support. - ;rr j :
White, people are to blame not only
for their own shortcomings, but for
many of those of the negroes. They
have always treated the negro like a
spoiled child. The negro, ,unless he
wasone of those who had the spunk
and ambition to raise himself above
the common level, has never .had to
feel that he was entirely dependent
on himself. Most of him has had his
"white folks," and the most worthless
has always known that as long as
white people had something to eat he
wasn't going to starve.
This was not such a regrettable
thing in times of plenty. Those
times are past. They may never come
again. If they do, there will first be a
period of privation- maybe of semi semi-starvation
starvation semi-starvation and that period will be
longer and more severe the longer the
people continue to allow matters to
go on in. the same old slip-shod way.
That ragtime song, containing the
lines," fO, )viat's the use in wukkin
to be funny, but it isn't funny now,
and it will soon sound like a dirge.
The farmers and the mrechant, the
country people and the town people,
should get "together at once on this
subject. The farmers should organize
in their precincts and see to it that
every-able-bodied man in it works.
They should absolutely and flatly re refuse
fuse refuse to furnish food to men, or the
families of men, who won't, work. And
if there are negro men loafing on the
better class of negroes who own or
rent farms, they should report such
men at once to the. authorities.
Town people should help by driy-
ingout on the farms the men who are
noy? loafing pr only partly working.
They can do that by dismissing all
servants they do not need. And they
snouia see vo it tnai tneir servants,
their cooks in particular, are not al allowed
lowed allowed to have any food that they do
not eat themselves on the place. The
great majority of southern house
keepers who employ colored 'help
have been ever since the war support
ing1 not' only their own families but
an" equal4 or- greater number of ne
groes most of whom were doing little
or no work.
- The policy the Star advises should
apply not' only to negroesJ There are
some, tho' comparatively few, whit,
men and boys, who are either loafing
or camouflaging work. The authorities
should ; look1 after the one ; their : em employers
ployers employers should dismiss the others.
There is no danger of any of them
starving. There is plenty 1 of work
The government as' well as the, farm farmers'
ers' farmers' are -crying out for workmen.
There is no man with a disposition to
work but what- can ) somewhere find
something to do. w ?
- -There is n sense in being reluctant
to make some soft-handed -white man
quit the shady side of -a street and go
outto-workift the sun. It will be good
for him. In 3the last six months eve
have-sent a million of our young men
to do harder work than any farmer or
mechanic has to do. And they are
working to prepare for harder work
and deadly danger-and we who stay
at ; home have no right to allow any
maato Joaf in the shadow of the flag
that our best and bravest are risking
their lives to fuphold. y r ; ;
,i In ; many places : in -this county, you
will find white. men with twj '.or; mor.e
horse. farms doing their own plowing,
with .one or more of .their horses or
mules, standing Idle in ttie stable, and
a if ew; hundred yards, away two or
three able-bodied men : loafing in the
shade, rt r And if the farmer comes to
town to look for help, there is not one
chance in ;ten that he i can obtain it
but be can .find men sitting or stand standing,
ing, standing, around, too lazy and independent
to iWoxkF simply because white fam families
ilies families are, supplying; thru ? their t ser-i
vants',i these; men with; victuals and
clothes. And, it must also be said,
some industrious colored people are
hehngt to Veep jfchis burden on the
community by supporting wholly or
in, part fthose vhq rfwijl not work.
Any American who. does not work
now is helping Germany, arid any
American who helps Germany should
be shot or interned at hard work. If
our people don't wake up to the fact,
they-are likely to-find it exceedingly
difficult to ; live, even if they are not
reduced to extremities, v -
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Is the watchword at :
By selling for CASH we elimi eliminate
nate eliminate all -bad debts which must
necessarily c be, paid for : by those
who DO pay? hence can give you
the lowest prices on all kinds of
BEEF. PORK; MUTTON,
" VEGETABLES AND
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
t p AND BUILDER- ;
, Careful Estimates made on all Con
tractT work. Gives More and Bettci
Work: for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.
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Monday, Feb. 25, found us up and
doing early, scurrying about the
house with that special grace of speed
that characterizes and has a language
of its own, for we were going some somewhere,
where, somewhere, and right now. How long we
three had anticipated this event
would not be exactly fair to tell, for
we had lived here almost all our lives
and had never traversed the rivers
that appeal so universally to the sen
timent of the traveling public and
figuratively right at our doorstep.
The morning was all that could be
desired cool, with little hazy, misty
joy clouds overshadowing the sky.
We were to set forth on the Wekiwa,
and arrived by private car at our
city waterfront just at the moment
when the good ship slipped off the
ways into the "silver sea." Like a
great white swan she circles about
and was soon at her moorings. Twen
ty-two fellow travelers mounted the
gangplank. With hearty" god-byes
and a tear or two at parting from
loved ones, we were off, gliding swift swiftly
ly swiftly down the heart of beautiful Silver
river, famed in song and story. The
nifty little vessel under command of
Capt. Robt. R. Tydings Jr., and En Engineer
gineer Engineer Willie J. Randall, with a crew
of pilot, chef and waiter, were each
at their respective posts of duty,
while the passengers formed cozy
groups near the rails of the upper.
deck, 'where good views could be had
of the passing beauties of woodland
and stream. The seeming impene impenetrable
trable impenetrable Florida jungle that borders
each side of Silver river could have
never been more beautifully resplen resplen-dant
dant resplen-dant in the verdure of early spring springtime.
time. springtime. The dogwood's sunny blos blossoms
soms blossoms intermingled with the trailing
yellow jasmine,"pink' and red maples,
wild salvia and water lilies, with song
birds, water cranes, scooting turtles
and wiggly alligators and the eternal
changes of the -. subterranean depths
kept everyone on the qui vive.. Into
the clearings along the crooked way,
here and there between the woods
which bordered it, occasional glimpses
of happy homes and some abandoned
plantations could be seen, and several
trim little punts were peen moored in!
shady nooks,' with negro fishermen
plying their lines. Three great tim timber
ber timber rafts, going to "an Atlantic port,"
were drifting down the quiet ways
on their way to the sea. One waj
quite difficult to pass,, but the master
hand of the captain guided u ? by
without a seeming extra effort, for
Oklawaha's crooked ways are weird
and mysterious and often prove most
hazardous to vessels or rafts that
try to pass, especially as ships in the
night. The dinner hour, 1:30, found
us near Orange Springs station. The
odors arising from the culinary de department
partment department had long since whetted, ev every
ery every appetite to its utmost straining,
point, so when the first call for din dinner
ner dinner was given, the response of Vhe
designated ones were immediate and
such a dinner: soupfirst with big
fat beans and featherweight noodles,
pink carrots and sliced onions swim swimming
ming swimming amid its golden depths, topped
off with hot cornbread such as mam mammy
my mammy ; used to make, with real butter
was the acme of delidiousness. As
was also every dish that followed the
menu for the day, consisting of hot
roast pork with thick gravy, candied
yams, spring peas,t creamy white
potatoes, spaghetti, .war bread, jelly,
pickles and peaches with which cake
and coffee was served. This dinner
brought forth the commendation of
every one aboard and, many declared
it the best meal they had ever had
in Florida. The chef is certainly a
master of his profession with that
"twist of the wrist" that alone can
give that good old homey taste to
things. 'Just at twilight we found
ourselves gliding into the old St.
Johns, encircling and giving the ac accustomed
customed accustomed salutes to every passing
vessel and to the pretty picturesque
little village of Welaka. We sped on
with added "speed toward Palatks. A
magnificent sunset glow was soon
outrivaled by the great full moon,
whose mystic glow soon transformed
the dark, rushing waters into a
crystal sea. In its beauty I almost
forget the hundreds of other moonlit
river scenes that it has .been my good
fortune to enjoy. The waving moss
from the great live oaks along the
shore seemed to sing in the evening
air and we caught the musical notes
of birds in the thickets. A cricket on
bur bow-ridge began a moonlight
sonata. His happy chirp was by no
rneans lost in our nature chorus.
Seven-thirty and the lights of the
city of Palatka came into view. Not
one moment of our journey had been
mqnotonous. Every one felt the charm
ana satisfaction of a well spent day.
The entire passenger list registered
at the Putnam Inn. Our only regret
was that the lateness of the hour
when supper was served forbade us
calling by phone the many former
friends we would have so loved to
chat with. The Wekiwa schedule
read seven o'clock, and that hour
found us aboard, making thirteen
passengers. In an incredibly short
time we passed by Welaka and were
Soon again entering the narrows of
the Oklawaha, bracing ourselves once
more for the 1358 short turns and
loop the loops for Which it is famous.
Red Cross work, fruit, chewing gum
arid candy, soda pop and chero-cola
with chatty reminiscences and an another
other another excellent dinner and all too
soon we realized the shadows were
growing long and home sweet home
was a matter of only a few hours.
Suddenly from out of the moonlight
we turned into the grotto basins of
the springs head and beneath the
winkling lights along the shore we
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LOVE'S STRUGGLE THROUGHOUT THE AGES
Most Gigantic Production Ever Seen. 125,000 People, 1,500 Horses,
. 1,20 Chariots;
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-,
igcl luxury, the most famous revel of all history.
The wprld's first great example of intolerance the 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 batband 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-
Has Played Long Engagements in Every Principal City in the World
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FOR STATE ATTORNEY
To the People of the Fifth Judicial
Circuit of Florida: Thereby 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 tried 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.
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.
discerned the loved ones awaiting -us
with the welcome of hearts returned.
TJius ended a 48 hours that to a
native born will be ever dear, a mem memory
ory memory that will nver fade and were I
a writer of song my dream would be
to consecrate a universal -sentiment
and a song of the rivers that would
live beyond history and important
events. One of the Trio.
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the end of each week. Thanking you for past patronage and
soliciting a continuance of your business, we are
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The Circulation Supremacy
of He Florida Times-Union
The Florida Times-Union has by far the largest dz3j
as well as the largest Sunday circulation of any newspaper
in the Southeast. A few Southern dailies with larger cir circulations
culations circulations are printed in cities witn much larger populations
than that of Jacksonville. The circulation of the Sunday
Times-Union within Jacksonville and its suburbs (exclusive
of Camp Johnston) is:
GREATER THAN the number of telephone subscribers
in-Jacksonville (Bell and Automatic phones combined);
GREATER THAN the number of City Electric light "cut "cut-.
. "cut-. ins" (heating, power afld light circuits combined) ; GREAT-
ER THAN the number of city water connections'; GREAT GREATER
ER GREATER THAN the number of taxpayers in the City of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, and GREATER THAN the number of registered
voters, not alone in Jacksonville; but in 7 Duval County.
The circulation of the Daily and Sunday, Times-Union
at Camp Johnston near Jacksonville while less than 2,000
per day, is GREATER THAN the total sales of all other
newspapers at the camp. The out-of-town circulation of
the Sunday Times-Union is GREATER THAN the combined
out-of-town circulation of any two other newspapers in
' Comparison of circulation and population figures shows
that in but a very few of the cities of the United States
of approximately the same number of people as Jackson Jackson-ville
ville Jackson-ville are there newspapers which print as many copies daily
or Sunday as the Florida Times-Union. Such records as
1 these could not have been made by the Florida Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union but for the editorial and news superiority of the
paper. The degree to which it is subscribed for and read,"
not only, in and around Jacksonville, but all over Florida,
is a splendid testimony to the esteem in which its columns
The subscription rates of the Florida Times-Union, in in-variably
variably in-variably in advance, are as follows for both daily and Sun Sunday
day Sunday editions:
Illustrated Sunday edition, alone, $250 a: yeari.
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Five Ford cars for sale. The Max Maxwell
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Also, White Spanish, for sale. Stock
2-25-3teod Z. C. Chambliss & Co.
A thief in Poughkeepsie, N. who
stole a purser psntaining- $5.60, re returned
turned returned it when he learned a 10-year-old
child had saved it for the Bed
Cross from profits of a jv&r garden.
LA SOIL IB
If You Have Any News for this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Two-One-Five
What Did You Do?
Did you give him a lift? He's a
brother of man,
And bearing about all the burden he
Did you give him a smile? He was
downcast and blue,
And the smile would have helped him
to battle it through.
Did you give him your hand? He was
And the world, so I fancied, was us using
ing using him ill.
Did you give him a word? Did you
show him the road?
Or did you just let him go on with his
Did you help him along ? He's a sinner
But the grasp of your hand might
have carried him through.
Did you bid him good cheer? Just a
word and a smile
Were what he most needed, the last
Do you know what he bore in that
burden of cares
That is every man's load and that
Did you try. to find out what he need needed
ed needed from you ?
Or did you just leave him to battle it
Do you know what it means to be
losing the fight
When a lift just in time might set
Do you know what it means just a
clasp of your hand
When a man's borne about all a man
ought to stand ?
Did you ask what it was ? Why the
Or the glistening tears' down the pale
cheek slip ?
Were you brother of his when the
time came to be?
Did you offer to help him, or didn't
Don't you know it's the part of a
brother of man
To find what the grief is and help
when you can?
Did you stop when he asked you to
give him a lift,
Or were you so busy you left him to
Oh, I know what you say may be
But the test of your manhood is, what
did you do?
Did you reach out your hand ? Did you
find him the road ?
Or, did you just let. him go by with
his load? E. K. Sithens.
Red Cross Shipments
The hospital garments committee
of; the Marion county chapter of the
Red Cross has shipped to the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville warehouse the following:
140 pairs of pajamas, 21 hospital
bed shirts, 13 pairs bed socks, 60
catch-all bags for the hospitals, three
hospital rugs, one afghan for hospi hospital
tal hospital use. ;
, iThey were made by the following
Anthony, nine pairs of pajamas,
five bed shirts; Belleview, 16 pairs of
pajamas, 15 bed shirts; Citra, 22 pairs
of pajamas, 13 bed socks, 60 catch catchall
all catchall bags, one afghan; 'Martel, 12 pairs
pajamas; Mcintosh, 24 pairs paja pajamas;
mas; pajamas; Morriston, eight pairs of paja pajamas;
mas; pajamas; Ocala, 49 pairs pajamas, one
bed shirt, three hospital rugs, made by
the Presbyterian embroidery circle.
The ladies who so beautifully and
conscientiously made the pajamas
will be greatly pleased to hear that
Mrs. Cummer of Jacksonville, in
writing to the secretary of the Mar Marion
ion Marion county chapter, mentioned in two
places the pajamas, both times in a
very complimentary manner.
Rev. J. R. Herndon returned home
last night from a week's visit in Ken Kentucky.
tucky. Kentucky. --.
Mrs. Wright of Jacksonville has ar arrived
rived arrived in the city for a several weeks
visit to her parents, Gen. and Mrs.
; Judge and Mrs. W. E. Smith and
children will motor to Jacksonville
Friday noon to visit the state fair.
They will return Saturday or Sun Sunday
day Sunday evening.
Little Miss Eunice Rawls returned
to her home in Jacksonville yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon after a pleasant visit
to Mrs. A. J. Brigance, on the south southern
ern southern edge of town.
Mrs. Carl Ayer of 'Mcintosh, who
has been ill for some time in Atlanta,
and her two children arrived in Ocala
last week for an extended visit to
Gen. and Mrs. Alfred Ayer.
Mrs. A. O. Bennett, who has jbeen
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Lancaster and Miss Dorothy
Lancaster for the past month, will
return to her home near Barnesville,
Ga., this afternoon.
Mrs. J. T. Lancaster entertained
two tables of card players very in informally
formally informally but delightfully Wednesday
evening in honor of Lieut. R. F.
Roberts of Battery A, First Field
Artillery at Fort Sill, Okla., who is
home on a week's visit to his mother,
Mrs. Nelson. After several interest interesting
ing interesting games, Mrs.. Lancaster served
coffee, chocolate, sandwiches and
Mrs. Galloway, accompanied by
Mrs. Deane Turner attended the
board meeting at Ocala last week and
reports an unusually pleasant time
spent with the club women of that
and other places. Our president gave
her report as state auditor and chair chairman
man chairman of finance which met with quit
complimentary applause. These ladies
are generous in their praise of Ocala's
hospitality and of their fine club
house. Sanford Herald.
Picnic at Silver Springs
Eleven members of the A Club,
chaperoned by Mrs. W. W. Harriss
and Mrs. Annie Van Deman, motored
to Silver Springs about 10 o'clock
this morning to spend the day. Each
girl took a lunch and they, of course,
anticipated a pleasant informal day.
The members of the club who motor motored
ed motored out in Miss Caroline Harriss' Miss
Elizabeth Davis' and Mrs. Dudley
SDain's cars were Misses Mabel Mef-
fert, Emma Perry, Onie Chazal,
Adela Ax, Dorothy and Marie Hick Hickman,
man, Hickman, Ruth Rentz and Sue Moore.
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To Encourage Sale of Thrift Stamps
The subject of "Thrift Stamp" and
"War Gardens" are now important
ones in the minds of many of the
progressive and patriotic children in
the north Ocala school.
The government through Congress Congressman
man Congressman Clark, has sent fifty packages
of seeds to Mrs. W. E. Smith, chair chairman
man chairman of the Junior Civic Committee of
Ocala Woman's Club. Mrs.- Smith
took these out to the North Ocala
school about ten days ago and found
about thirty-eight children who were
enthusiastic about war gardens, as
their teachers had already explained
their objects. Many of the children
had no way of obtaining fertilizer,'
and so Mrs. Smith generously offeree!
to furnish it. She will have it put inj
packages immediately and will take
it to the school where it will be dis-"
tributed. The Junior Civic Commit Committee
tee Committee is suggesting to the children, that
they sell the products of their war
garden, and with .their profits buy
thrift stamps, and if there' are any
children who find no way of dispos-1
ing of their vegetables, Mrs. t Smith1
and her committee will help them iti
every possible way. 1
Miss Nellie Stevens is also very in interested
terested interested in war-gardens ; and' Mrs.'
Smith intended to distribute Feeds iri
the primary school as well, but she,
only has eleven packages of seed left
for the third and fourth grades, as
those iri the second are not old enough!
to undertake a garden. The chairman
still has hopes of obtaining more seed
for these little people, and if any per person
son person interested in the war-garden
work cares to help by giving seed or
money for the purchase of seed it
will ge greatly appreciated. Remem Remember
ber Remember the children are not only learning1
how to plant and tend gardens but
with the profits they without excep exception,
tion, exception, plan to buy THRIFT STAMPS.
"Intolerance," 3:30 and 8:00 O'Clock
"Intolerance" will be shown at the
Temple this afternoon beginning1
at 3 :30 sharp. The prices 1 are the
same as tonight, 28 cents upstairs
and 55 cents on the first floor. There
are nine reels, and it takes two
hours and a quarter to run them, so'
there will only be one show, and the
seats have not been resryed for the
afternoon performance." Reserved
seats at the same"" prices are being"
sold at the Court Pharmacy for to-night's
show, which will begin
promptly at 8 o'clock. There wiB
only be one show tonight, so be on
time. ; :' ;
Many people think "Intolerance" on
the same style as "The Birth of a Na Nation"
tion" Nation" and "Civilization," and say that
during these war times they do not
care to see such harrowing tales. Wjs
know this, it is advertised as the
world's best moving picture, with
four complete stories, with four seti
of characters, laid in four interest interesting
ing interesting countries, Babylon, Jerusalem,
France and the last, a love story ii
our own America. Ocala people who
have seen it' elsewhere say' it' is won wonderful
derful wonderful and it stars some of the most
popular screen.' people such as 'Dei 'Dei-Wolf
Wolf 'Dei-Wolf Hopper, Douglas Fairbanks
Mae Marsh, Bessie Love, Lillian Gish
and Constance Talmadge.
Dr. S. G. Workman, a prominent
dentist of Nashville, Tenn., is in the
city for a brief sojourn. Before re returning
turning returning home he will visit Miam
Havana and Tampa. Times-Union.
Dr. Workman is a relative of Mr.
J. H. Workman of Nashville, who now
resides in Miami His southern trip
will include a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Workman in Miami.
The study class of the Woman's
Club met Wednesday afternoon in the
lecture room of the library building,
where they will conduct their fort fortnightly
nightly fortnightly meetings in the future. The
subject of the next class will be
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CONSIDER THIS ARGUMENT
Which Is More Economical 1
60 Gals. Pure Ready
Mixed Paint at .$2.25 $135.00
ISO Gals. DAVIS' 2-4-1
i PAINT at 2.25- 67.50
30 Gals. Pure Linseed
Oil at 70 21.00
A clear saving of $46.50, or propor propor-tionaltely
tionaltely propor-tionaltely more if Linseed Oil is cheaper.
United States B onds
and War Savings Stamps
We have received our allotment of Four
Per cent Bonds of the Second Liberty Loan and
are prepared to fill orders. Where bonds are to
be delivered by mail, order should include Ten
Cents for registry fees. We also have on hand
a supply of Thrift Stamps and cards, War Savings
Stamps and Certificates. We will be glad to fur furnish
nish furnish information about the Government War
The Mimroe & Chambliss
Ou Ijsa 10) Lla 2) 1
lis now a universally acknowledged necessity. No business man is
prepared to meet the daily affairs of bis business if he is not pro-
We represent not only the best fire insurance companies, but
also' the highest class INDEMNITY AND BONDING concerns in
the world. Talk is over with us.
D. DAVIS, MdSi OCALA, FLA.
V". :t ri IT-
fllTP Villi With Your Fresh Meat and
Groceries. I always carry
a Full; Line of Fresh Goods, and the Prices are as low as
present day conditions will allow.
prompt Delivery Made to any part of the city. The Sani Sanitary
tary Sanitary Conditions are Unsurpassed. Small Orders Receive
!: ATOAA the same Attention as
a large ones. Phone 222
Toffaletti Building Opposite Linwood House
v-nFI$E WIMPSCDK MOTEL
; S JACKSON VILLE,FLORlDA
In the Heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every moaern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
" second ti none.
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $6.
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor. liana cer.
273 CS year 013 Ecstscky L&dy, Yfho Tells How She XIzs IkHrreJ
After a Few Doses cf Black-Drairrlit.
If u5ersrin, Kyv Mrs. Cynthia
Hl&gfahotham, of this town, says: "At
my M.z which 1 65, the liver, does
Kot act k well as when young. A few
years aso, xay stomach was all out of
fix. I was constipated, my liver
612at act. My digestion was bad, and
ft took so little to upset ne. My ap ap-petit
petit ap-petit was gone. I was very weak. .
I decided I would give Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught a thorough trial as I knew It
was highly recommended for this
trouble. I began taking it. I felt
better after a few doses. My appetite
Improved and I became stronger. My
bowels acted naturally and the least
trouble was soon' righted with a few
doses of Black-Draught."
Seventy years of successful tss tS3
made Thedford's Black-Draught a
standard, household remedy. Every;
member, of every family, at times
need tho hep that Black-Draught
give in cleansing the system an4 re relieving
lieving relieving the troubles that come froa
constipation, indigestion, lazy llveiv
etc. You cannot keep well unless yon
stomach, liver and bowel3 are in good
working order. Keep them, that way.
Try Black-Drausht. It acts promptly,
gently and in a natural way. If yea
feel sluggi3h, take a dose tonight.
You will feel fresh tomorrow. Pries
23c. a package One cent a doss'
All druggists. J. C3
Read the Star Want Ads. It pays
OCALA JSVELNLNG ST Alt, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1917
Mr. James W. Perry returned to
Stanton yesterday afternoon after
spending several days in the city.
Iced tea sets at THE BOOK SHOP.
Patsy Gillen saw "Intolerance" in
Atlanta, and" says it is one of the fin finest
est finest pictures he .ever ..viewed.
The performance of Gatty Sellars
at the Methodist church last night
was largely attended and much en enjoyed.
joyed. enjoyed. A good assortment of Fountain
Pens to be had at GerigV Drug
Mr. W T. Richey of Bartow, is an
Ocala visitor, coming to enjoy part of
the hunting season with his Ocala
Among the prominent Floridians in
the city yesterday .was Judge H.
Blaine Peacock of Tampa." He ap
peared before Judge Bullock in cham chambers
bers chambers in the interest of clients vin Hills Hills-boro
boro Hills-boro county. He is judge of the
municipal court of West Tampa.
Shekels for smokes for our soldiers
in France keep coming in. Mrs. J. G.
Swaim, Mrs. G. J. Johns and Mr. J. J.
Gerig all contributed in the last 24
FIVE FORD CARS For sale. The
Maxwell Agency, Ocala. 27-tf
We tried to say yesterday that the
fireboys were screening out mosqui mosquitoes
toes mosquitoes from the fire station, but the
linotype operator and make-up man
insisted on making them our mosqui mosquitoes.
toes. mosquitoes. We want it understood we have
no proprietary interest in any mosqui mosquito,
to, mosquito, t
Frank's as usual is getting ex extremely
tremely extremely busy on the selling of i war
savings stamps. Besides selling in the
usual way, they are now advertising
that they will all during next week
give a 25-cent stamp free to each pur purchaser
chaser purchaser of five dollars' worth of goods.
Five Ford cars for sale. The Max Maxwell
well Maxwell Agency, Ocala. 2-27-tf
A few of our business houses have
responded to the government's re request
quest request for a donation of advertising
space in the newspapers for the war
saving stamp campaign. This, it
would appear, is a request that is "So
easily t granted that every one should
1 readily respond. It is up to the "stay "stay-i
i "stay-i at-homes" to furnish supplies for the
' soldiers doing their fighting, and this
plan of raising funds by selling war
savings stamps allows every citizen
to help as small amounts can be se secured
cured secured at any time.
Card table covers and card sets at
THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
Beginning tomorrow, March 1, No.
: 40, the northbound 'A. C. L. tsain,
, which arrives at 12:54 p. m., will not
stop any more at the uptown station,
but will go on down to the union sta station.
tion. station. This practically ends the useful usefulness
ness usefulness of the station at the corner Of
Broadway and Osceola, "which has
been in existence over thirty years.
DAVIS CARRIAGE PAINTS
are colors ground in tough, elastic
Coach Varnish and one coat will make
frour faded automobile or carriage
ook like new. .They are easy to ap apply
ply apply and dry with a strong, high gloss gloss-clinching
clinching gloss-clinching Enamel finish. Mide for
wear and tea. 2-8
For Sale By
THE MARION HARDWARE CO,
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
Own Your Own Home
A House and Two Lota
A House and 3 Acres
A House and 2 Lots
Can be Bought With Monthly Pay Payments
ments Payments of
Room 5, Holder Block,
i Help Ble
Help to Win the War
Let me paint your roof for
you. Bear, in mind, tin roofs
don't wear out they rust out.
Composition roofs don't wear
out they dry out.
On all work intrusted to me
in response to this appeal, I
will give a discount of 5, on
condition that said 5 be in invested
vested invested in War Savings Stamps.
V. MRASEK ;
210 Osceola SL. Ocala, Flat.
HENRY A. DUEBEL
Mr. Henry A. Duebel, one of Ocala 's
oldest citizens, died early this morn
ing at his home in the third ward.
Mr. Duebel had been a resident, of
this city for over thirty years. He
was born near Cincinnati March 10,
1844, and lacked but a few days of
completing his 70th year. He was
married May 10, 1870, to Miss Louisa
Fels. Eight children were the fruit
of this union of which four are yet
living Mrs. P. H. Gillen, Messrs.
Wm. H. and Thos. W. Duebel and
Miss Henrietta Duebel. Mr. Duebel's
first wife passed away Aug. 1, 1899.
In December, 1904, he took to wife
Miss Ottila Sanpert, who survives
Mr. Duebel was a quiet, industrious
and honest citizen, and during his
long life in Ocala won the confidence
and good will of all who knew him.
X Jits iuueiai vr ill bone iav.c au a- I
p. m. Sunday, at the residence, Kev.
H. Niedernhoefer officiating. Inter Interment
ment Interment will be made in Greenwood. The
pall bearers will be Messrs. George
MacKay, Frank Harris Sr., C. N.
Schlemmer, T. W. Troxler, R. R. Car Carroll
roll Carroll and C. W. Moffatt.
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi Judicial
cial Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida,
in and for Marion County, in Chan Chancery.
cery. Chancery. City of Ocala, a Municipal Corpora Corporation
tion Corporation Organized and Existing Under
the Laws of the State of Florida,
Complainant, vs. State pf Florida,
To the Tax Payers and Citizens of the
City of Ocala, Florida:
You are hereby notified that on the
13th day of February, A. D. 1918, the
city of Ocala, a municipal corpora corporation,
tion, corporation, organized and existing under the
laws of the state of Florida, of the
county of Marion and state of Florida,
filed and presented in the circuit
court of the fifth judicial circuit of
the state of Florida, in and for Mar Marion
ion Marion county, in chancery, its petition
in the above entitled cause against the
state of Florida, for the purpose of
determining the authority of the said
city to incur certain bonded debt,
hereinafter specified, and to deter determine
mine determine the legality of all proceedings
had or taken in connection therewith,
and the validation and confirmation
of said bonded debt. The said bond bonded
ed bonded debt desired to be incurred by said
city being as follows:
By the issuance of negotiable cou coupon
pon coupon bonds of the said city of Ocala, in
the aggregate amount of $14,200,
said bonds to be in the denomination
of $100 each, and to be numbered
from 1 to 142, both inclusive. All of
said bonded debt maturing on the
first day of October, A. D. 1928, ana
bearing interest at the rate of six per
cent per annum, said interest being
payable semi-annually oir the first
day of April and the first day of Oc October
tober October of each year, both said principal
and interest being payable at the of office
fice office of the city treasurer of the city
of Ocala, in Ocala, Florida.
Said bonds to be issued for the pur purpose
pose purpose of extending the time of pay payment,
ment, payment, compounding, settling, refund refunding
ing refunding and retiring a certain valid bond bonded
ed bonded indebtedness of said city now out outstanding,
standing, outstanding, amounting to $14,200,
known as the electric lighting bonds
of the said city of Ocala, all of which
said outstanding bonded indebtedness
matures and becomes due and payable
on the first day of October. A. D.
You are further notified that pursu pursuant
ant pursuant to chapter 6868 of the laws of
Florida, approved May 18th, 1915, the
judge of the above styled court, on the
13th day of February, A. D. 1918, is issued
sued issued an ordei in this said cause
against the state of Florida, through
the state attorney of the circuit court
of the fifth judicial circuit of the state
of Florida, in and for Marion county,
requiring him to show cause before
the judge of the above styled court,
at chambers, in Ocala, Marion county,
Florida, on the
9th day of March, A. D. 1918,
at the hour of ten o'clock a. m?. why
said bonds should not be validated
You are further notified and re required
quired required to show cause, if any you have,
at said time and place specified in said
order to said state -attorney, why said
bonds should not be validated and
Witness my hand and official seal
at Ocala, Marion county, Florida, this
the 13th day of .February, A. D. 1918.
(Seal) P. H. Nugent,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Fifth
Judicial Circuit of the State of
Florida, in and for: Marion. County,
rm Th n
The Best Equipped
TRANSFER & STORAGE
In Central Florida
Our Equipment Is at Your Service
and for Your Convenience. If you will
Help Us We will Make it the Best in
the State. We Expect to Make the
Service Prompt, the Price Reasonable,
and "Everybody Happy." If We Dont,
Tell Us and Well "Come Across."
Dealers in BEAVER BOARD
i f If? 11
(Continued from Third Page)
Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor motored
to the lake Tuesday to remain until
the last of the week.
Mrs. Lee Miller has returned to
her home in Whitney after a brief
visit to her sister-in-law, Mrs. How Howard
ard Howard Walters.
. Mrs. C. W. Hudson, who has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. R. L.
Bridges on Fort King avenuewill re return
turn return to her home in Thomasville, Ga.,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stevens and
children will arrive in the city tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow from Lakeland to spend Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stevens on
South Third street.
Master Theodore Hampton McLean,
the two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
T. M. McLean of this city, is spend spending
ing spending this week with his grandfather
for whom he was named, Mr. T. H.
McLean and Mrs. McLean on their
orange grove near Panasoffkee.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McOuire expect
to move Friday or Saturday into Dr.
and Mrs. H. C. Dozier's home on Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue. Mrs. Dozier, Miss
Cornelia and Master Harry Dozier
will make their home with Mr. and
Mrs. John Dozier for the present.
The Ocaa public library board is
in session at the library this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. The chairman of the book
committee has been very busy the
past few weeks, going over all the
books in the library and sorting out
those in need of mending. The li librarian
brarian librarian has also been kept busy
mending and re-binding those in that
A letter was received today from
Pierce Rentz, Co. A, 3rd Battalion,
20th Engineers, A. E. F., "somewhere
in France." His Ocala friends will be
glad to hear that he is enjoying the
best of health and says "it is a great
country." This is the first letter Mr.
?nd Mrs. George Rent z have received
from their son since his arrival'in
"The Maid of Belgium," a' World
feature starring Alice Brady will be
shown at the Temple Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon and night. Alice. Brady has not
been seen in Ocala for several months
but she is a favorite among movie
fans.' There will be no disappoint disappointment
ment disappointment about the "Maid of Belgium,"
for it arrived ahead of time Thurs Thursday
day Thursday morning.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead has returned
from Jacksonville,- where she attends
ed the opening of the ; state fair,
which she pronounces the finest ever.
A splendid answer to the
demand for a pure, whole wholesome,
some, wholesome, convenient orange
flavored drink. Flavored
with' the fruit of crushed
California Oranges, and
bottled in our plant.
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47, 104, 305
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-.
. SIM-. ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
WALL PAPERING Sample books
will "be taken to customers for in
spection. Agent for the Henry Bosch
Co., New York and Chicago. P. S.
Staggers, Painter, Box 58 Route B,
Ocala. Phone 2M. 3-1-tf
WANTED Sweet Potatoes. Write
us at once what you have to offer.
Highest cash price paid for all varie varieties.
ties. varieties. Seed stock our specialty. Ten Ten-car
car Ten-car loads wanted at once. Florida
Plant Farms, Plant City, Fla. 2-28-4t
! FOR SALE Two hundred bushels
early maturing Bunch Sea Island cot cotton
ton cotton seed; made in J916 and clear of
weevils. Cotton has long staple and
will third itself in lint. Price $2 per
bushel. Also two double roller Foss
gins, new; one good upland Windship
gin pi ess, shafting, belting at a bar bargain.
gain. bargain. Reason for selling am putting
in feed mill. W. T. Staten, Valdosta,
Ga. s 2-28-3t
FOR SALE Barred Rock eggs, $1.50
per setting. Blue ribbon' birds at Mar-"t
ion County Fairs. E. R. Gist, Mcln
tosh, Fla. 2-27-12t
FOR RENT Large, airy rooms. Can
be arranged 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
LOST On Ocala and BellevieW road
Sunday, one 30 x 3 stright side
casing, Goodyear cord. Finder return
to Da vies Vulcanizing Shop. 26-3t ;
FOR RENT Five room cottage on
Fort King avenue. City water, lights,
cistern, well, barn4 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 S4les Company, corner
Fort King and Magnolia street.' 26 6t
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, Fla. 2-2-lm
FOR SALE Nice lot 70 x 112 in sec second
ond second ward. Also wish to rent or pur purchase
chase purchase 80-acre farm near Ocala. W.
W. Condon. 1-8-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 5
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.v 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.
DR. D.M. BONEY
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
XOTICE OF SALE OF
SCHOOL DISTRICT BOXDS
Notice is here"by given that the
Board of Public Instruction for the
county of Maxidn, state of Florida, tin tin-til
til tin-til two o'clock p. m. on the
5th Day of March, 1918,
at the office of the superintendent of
public instruction of said county, .will
receive bids for the purchase of 'bonils
of Ocala Special Tax School District
Number one, of said county. In
the amount of Ten Thousand
Iollars. said bonds being1 ten In
number of the denomination of
One Thousand Dollars each, maturing'
twenty years from their date, "bearing
interest at the rate of five (5) per
cent, per annum, payable annually,
both principal and interest payasble in
Ocala, Marion county, Florida.
Each bidder at said sale shall de deposit
posit deposit with his bid a certified check
payable to the order of said board in
the sum of three per cent, of the
amount of his bid, as a guaranty of
compliance with the terms of such bid.
The said board reserves the right to
reject any and all "bids received.
Dated this January 23di 1318.
The' Board of Public Instruction
of Marion County, Florida,
. By J. H. Br in son. Secretary,
of said Board and Superintendent of
Public Instruction for said -County.
J.J. Loy, Proprietor
. ALL DELICATE LIMNS, ETC.
Receive Special Attention
12 E. Ft. King Ave. Ocalo, Fla.
You Save: $400
When You Buy
a Mass well
I i ruck ;
' V u. .. '': - '
1 i ryscaa, i iiiii'mi i
, For it is that niuch less than
any other truck of similar
capacity in the world.
v See what you get, too, in the
Maxwell: not only a rugged,
sturdy, tug-boat truck, but one
that weighs only 2400 pounds.
Which explains why so many
Maxwell users are getting 16
miles to the gallon.
Service records show a ver verdict
dict verdict of almost 100 perfect
based on the 6600. Maxwells
now in use.
$985, chassis only, f.o.b. Detroit. Elec Electric
tric Electric lights. Electric generator. Worm drive.
10-foot loading space. 2400 pounds.
Ocala - Florida
I 1 ZZZZJ
WTi LEO COLLEGE
SAINT LEO, PASCO COUNTY, FLORIDA
IDEAL BOARDIBG SCHOOL FOB lfOU!!G GEliJLEI'Eil
Courses in Classics, Science and Commerce. Also
Primary Department. Send for Catalogue.
Rev. F. Benedict, Director.
OPENS FOR THE FALL TERM, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12, 1917.
Put an Ad
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