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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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Weather Forecast: Ram tonight and
probably Friday, except fair and
colder northwest portion.
VOL. '26, NO. 1(5


Attack on Premier Clemenceau, Who
is Suffering, but Slightly
. from His Wound
(Associated Press)
Paris, Feb. 20. The question is be being
ing being asked if the attempt upon Pre Premier
mier Premier Clemenceau's life was of Bolshe Bolshevik
vik Bolshevik origin. The Matin today recalls
that a few days ago a Geneva news newspaper
paper newspaper announced the Bolshevik in
Lausanne, Switzerland, were plotting
against Clemenceau's life and that
two members of the Bolsheviki had
crossed the frontier to carry out the
plan. The Paris police, says the Petit
Parisien, were warned recently that
-a plot was brewing against the pre- j
mier's life.
Paris, Feb. 20. Premier Clemen Clemenceau,
ceau, Clemenceau, who' was wounded in the shoul shoulder
der shoulder yesterday in an attempt by the
anarchist, Emile Cottin to assassinate
him, is in a satisfactory condition this
morning, according to the latest re reports.
ports. reports. No fever has developed.
London, Feb. 20. The-peace con conference
ference conference in Paris decided to adjourn as
a result of the attack on Premier
Clemenceau, says an Exchange Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph Paris dispatch this morning.
There was no "session of the confer conference
ence conference today, the message adds.
Paris, Wednesday, Feb. 19. Th J
third sub-commission of the commis commission
sion commission on responsibilities for the,, war
met this morning to continue its in investigation
vestigation investigation of criminal acts.
Paris," Wednesday, ; Feb. 19.-r-The
commission for the study of Ruman Rumanian
ian Rumanian territorial questions met this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon under the chairmanship of
Captain Andre Tardieu, and continued
the discussion of Rumanian claims.
Paris, Wednesday, Feb. 19. Geo.
D. Herron has arrived in Paris from
Geneva ana" is in consultation
William Allen White, his American
colleague in the proposed conference
with the Russian factional leaders at
Prinkipo Island. There has yet been
no definite, announcement concerning
plans for the meeting.
Everybody who saw Pom Pom at
the Temple last night was well pleas pleased
ed pleased with the play.
There has been no play like Pom
Pom here, so there is not the memory
of any available for comparison. It
would take an unusually fine per performance
formance performance to put it in the compara comparative
tive comparative class with Pom Pom.
Miss Thayer, as Pom, Pom, makes
such a smart and good-looking boy
that she had better apply to Congress
to change heif sex. Such an amend amendment
ment amendment would be easier to put thru than
the Susan B. Anthony act.
Miss Thayer was most cleverly
supported by the company, which is
entirely made up of competent per per-P
P per-P formers, including a number of pretty
and graceful young women They did
excellent team 'work, and the perform performance
ance performance was a finished as well as inter-
esting one. Their superb acting was
supported by music from a first-class
orchestra and special scenery, which
was most appropriate to the play.
'. The Temple's next "road show" will
be Al Fields' famous minstrels, who
will be here Saturday evening, March
1st. ; v
It should be, made known to all
citizens of Ocala that a suspicious
character is making the rounds from
house to house inquiring if the fam family
ily family washing is ready and in some
cases asking if this is. the place where
a washerwoman is wanted. You will
find or know this to be a colored girl
about 5 feet 4 inches tall, and aged
about 18, wearing a dark red coat.
She is medium dark in color and her
teeth are gold crowned. She takes
the liberty of coming right in with without
out without knocking and if seen in, the house
she will ak the above questions. The
residences that have recently been
entered are those of H. S. Wesson. R.
E. Yonge and CYK. Sage. Look out
for her, as she is a smooth character.
Today: "The Great Love," a D.
W. Griffith production.
Friday: Louise Huff in "The Heart
of Gold." 9
Saturday: Carmel Myers in "All
Monday: Emmy Wehlen in "Sylvia
on a Spree."




I'och Allows German Government to
Send Troops to Put Down
the Rioters
(Associated Press)
Copenhagen, Feb. 20. Spartacan
troops are bombarding the town of
Rctterop" in Westphalia with artillery,
according to a message here from
Muenster. Assistance to the defend
ers of Rotterop is being sent from
Amsterdam, Feb. 20. Gen. Foch
has agreed to the employment of
German government troops in a neu-
A. 1 ? A. A.
tral zone comprising a ten-kilometer
district east of Cologne, but not in
eluding Dusseldorf, and also in the
Rhine region south of Honnef, in or order
der order to suppress local disturbances, ac
cording to Muenster advices.
Berlin, Wednesday, Feb. 19. (By
the Associated Press.) Thirty thou thousand
sand thousand government troops are being
assembled to subdue the Spartacans
in the Ruhr district, according to re reports
ports reports from Muenster.
Copenhagen, Feb. 20. The strike
ox store employes at Berlin has been
settled and the business places re reopened
opened reopened today, according to Berlin ad advices.
vices. advices. f
Some people say that stock gam gamblers
blers gamblers and racetrack followers used to
have a custom of buying a ticket for
home" before putting all their money
on one plunge or before betting their
last cent on the races.. Then if worst
came to worst they could at least get
home and make a new start.
Before deciding to gamble on cot cotton
ton cotton acreage" in 19i9 Mr. Farmer and
Mr. Business Man, hadn't you better
"buy a ticket for home?" Safety de demands
mands demands that you protect yourselves and
your families by producing the food
for the South upon the farms of the
South as an insurance against a pos
sible loss on the cotton market. Buy
that ticket now. It is easy to do it.
The directions for getting that ticket
at a special rate for farmers is. as
fellows: v
A Safe Farming Program
First. A home garden for every
farm family in the South to supply
the home needs for the maximum
number of days in the year, with a
sufficient surplus to be canned, stored
or dried for the future, including an
ample supply of Irish potatoes, also
sweet potatoes; wherever possible a
small patch of cane to produce home
Second. The production of corn on
every farm sufficient to maintain the
family and live stock in ample food
and feed for a year.
Third. Produce the hay and for forage
age forage necessary to amply supply the
livestock on the farm for one year
with an excess for sake of safety.
Special attention should be paid to
summer legumes velvet beans, cow cow-peas,
peas, cow-peas, soy beans and peanuts, espec especially
ially especially for feeding purposes.
Fourth. Produce the meat, eggs
and milk for every family on the
farm. This means the production of
hogs, cattle and poultry and the care
and keeping of a good family cow or
two. Live stock is necessary to eat
up the otherwise waste products of
the farm and convert them into cash.
Fifth. If planting cotton, produce
it on a moderate amount of acreage,
well prepared and tended to.
Sixth. Plan to meet all family and
farm expenses from the surplus pro products
ducts products of the farm outside the cotton
crop, and to have in the fall of 1919
a good supply of laying hens, at least
two milk cows for every family, hogs
in the lot to fill the family smoke smokehouse,
house, smokehouse, potatoes in the' bank or store storehouse
house storehouse for winter's use, canned or
dried vegetables and fruits and a bar barrel
rel barrel of molasses for the family; a crib
of corn sufficient to last until the next
crop is made, with good storage fa facilities
cilities facilities for protecting same from
weevils, and ample hay and forage for
the live stock.
This is the farmer's ticket for home.
If every farmer in Marion county and
the South will buy one of these tick tickets,
ets, tickets, we are satisfied that he will not
gamble on an excessive acreage in
Department of Agriculture.
Saturday, Feb. 22nd, being a legal
holiday, the postoffice will close, ex except
cept except the stamp and delivery windows
will be open from 8 to 10 a. m. One
city delivery will be made in the fore forenoon.
noon. forenoon. No rural delivery for that day.
lAll mail will be dispatched and dis
tributed in boxes as usual.
Robt. F. Rogers. P. M.


Col. Stewart Reports Them Fat, Sas Sassy
sy Sassy and Able to Whip Their
Weight in Polar Bears
(Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 20. Col. Stew;
art, commanding the American troops
in northern Russia, cabled the war
department today that "alarmist re reports
ports reports of conditions of troops in north
ern Russia" were not warranted by
the facts.
The health of the comamnd is ex
cellent, Colonel Stewart said, the sick
and wounded are well cared for and
the "Allied command is capable of
taking care of itself against the whole
Bolshevik army."
Gov. Catts was in the city today, on
his way to Tallahasse .from Tampa,
where he attended the South Florida
fair. He stopped her to visit the
girls' school, in which he takes great
interest, and where he always re
ceives a warm welcome.
.On his way 'back to the hotel, the
governor stopped at the Star onice
for a few minutes talk. He highly
praised the girls' school here, and said
that it was one of his ambitions to see
the boysi--school at Marianna attain
the same degree of efficiency. He said
he believed Dr. McClane was doing
good work there, and that he intend
ed to back him up in all the good that
he could do.
The governor praised the Star for
its recent write-up of the state farm,
the improvement of which pleases him
greatly. He said he thought Ocala
had a good chance to secure the riew
state asylum, that will probably be
built next year. 1
Belleview, Feb. 19. Tuesday eve
ning, eb. lth, friends of Miss rJlea
nor Tremere assembled at.theCivic
league Duuaing, oi wnicn sne was a
member) to show their respect and
T 1 1' j i 1
honor by a shower of beautiful gifts,
consisting of cut glass, linen and sil
ver, which were delivered by Cupid's
express, which was drawn by little
Ruth Mason and Dorothy Nelson, tak
ing their parts of Cupids, which was
very effective and marched to the
strains of Mendelssohn's wedding
march played by Mrs. J.W. Nelson.
The program for the evening consist consisting
ing consisting of several recitations, solos, etc.,
was very much enjoyed by those pres present.
ent. present. The hall was most beautifully
decorated by Mrs. Frank Haviland
and Mrs. L. L. Hopkins with magnolia,
bells and hearts with streamers of
white crepe paper which led to a cor corner
ner corner that was especially trimmed for
the bride-to-be. -After having re refreshments,
freshments, refreshments, which were daintily serv served
ed served by Miss Minnie Tremere1 at the
punch bowl, congratulations were ex extended,
tended, extended, which completed a very en entertaining
tertaining entertaining evening.
Dr. Goins of. Union, S. C, has been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Hames.
Rev. Lute of Bridgeport. Conn., is
visiting the Cogswell family.
Mr. Tom Sellars, who has been over overseas
seas overseas for some time and was wounded
on the battle front, was able to return
home-Wednesday, but is walking on
crutches. We are all glad to have
him able o be back with his sister,
Mrs. Will Freer again.
. Mr. Herman B. Rothchild left for
Atlanta Thursday to accept a position
with his old firm.
Mr. Albert Crosby returned to Sa Savannah
vannah Savannah Thursday, but expects to re return
turn return to Belleview soon with his new
Maxwell car through the country.
Mrs. Lee Grunthal gave a purlo
Wednesday evening at her pretty little
home in honor of Mrs. Cheltz. The
lawn-was lit up with Japanese lanterns
and all enjoyed the evening very
much. There were about one hundred
and twenty-five present.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Meadows of St.
Petersburg were in town Saturday.
Mr. George Bailey and Mr. Clarence
Bowley left Monday to attend the
Tampa fair.
Sergeant W. T. Schmidt left Sunday
for Connecticut.
Mrs. Pritchett returned Friday from
Jacksonville, where she has been vis
iting her daughter, Clara, at the Y. M
C. A.
Mrs. Charlie Lucius left last week
for Jacksonville and after spending a
few days with friends will go from
there to Chicago to visit her son, El Elgin
gin Elgin White.
Mrs. Clark Hull and baby of
Bridgeport, Conn., are spending the
remainder of the winter with her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Schmidt.
Miss Myrtle Mann left Tuesday for
Wildwood, where she will clerk in her
father's store, which he has recently
Miss Isabelle Lucius of Oak spent
over Sunday with her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lucius.
Miss Clara Pritchett returned from



But Mr. Wilson Isn't Likely to Dock
Any Billions 0$ the War
Revenue Bill
(Associated ress)
Boston, teb. 20. The transport
George Washington, which is bring
ing President Wilson from France,
will reach Boston Monday, according
t a wireless message from the
steamer today. The message did not
indicate at what hour the ship may
be expected.
Boston,, teb. 20. The George
Washington will reach the harbor at
one o'clock Monday afternoon, accord
ing to a radio message received to today.
Washington, Feb. 20 Secretary
Tumulty will take the engrossed orig original
inal original of the six billion dollar war rev revenue
enue revenue bill to Boston tomorrow, when
he goes to meet- the president. The
president may sign the bill soon after
landing. ,t
Helgoland, Now in Hands of British,
.Was Heavily Armed by
the Huns
London, Feb. 20 The naval corres correspondent
pondent correspondent of the Daily Mail, writing of
the strong fortifications on the Island
of Helgoland, says:
"The summit of the island is one
immense bomb proof and the batteries
are so placed as to be invisible from
the sea. The heavy guns there 11 11-inch
inch 11-inch and 12-inch weapons probably
were reinforced during the war by
the 15-inch guns. The gms are mount mounted
ed mounted in steel turrets pf gTeat thickness.
All the batteries and observation
posts are -connected by subterranean
passages and the roads leading up to
them run along galleries which are
"The guns are mounted after the
usual German fashion so as to give
them an immense range, probably
from 10 to 12 sea miles. To enable
the island to stand th? concussion of
their discharge and, resist. fire direct directed
ed directed against it, 6,000,000 pounds is said
to have been spent before 1910, and
subsequently, other large sums wt?re
"The immense seaplane sheds are
said to have been of the disappearing
type, which could be lowered as a
protection against long range fire.
"There are store shops and repair
works with all the usual equipment of
a naval base. The fortifications pre presumably
sumably presumably will be blown up, but their
destruction will be no easy business.
They are of armored concrete and
steel, and a very large quantity of ex explosives
plosives explosives will be required.
"The fortifications to either en entrance
trance entrance of the Kiel canal are of im immense
mense immense strength and are lavishly sup supplied
plied supplied with the heaviest guns in steel
Jacksonville Tuesday to spend h?r va vacation
cation vacation from the Western Union with
her parents at Charter Oak.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Brown of Masr
sachusetts, came Tuesday to spend the
remainder of the winter with Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Shedd.
The young folks gave Miss Gladys
Maier a very pleasant birthday sur surprise
prise surprise party Monday evening at her
Rev. Treadwell, district- superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of the M. T. church, was in
town Monday and Tuesday, a guest
at the Lake View hotel.
The Willing Workers Sunday school
class was entertained Thursday night
at the home of the teacher, Mrs. L.
Weihe. They had a contest as to
which could form the" most words
from the name of the class in a given
time. It was a close contest." .Mis3
Alice Barrett won. Among the games
were barnyard serenade, the preach preacher's
er's preacher's cat and Bible characters. At in intervals
tervals intervals there was served orangeade by
little .Alice Weihe and Miss Gwen Gwendolyn
dolyn Gwendolyn MerrelL The election of offic officers
ers officers resulted as follows Miss Mariem-
ma Stanley, president; Miss May
White, vice president; Philip Feuch Feuch-ter,
ter, Feuch-ter, secretary; Miss Alice Barrett,
assistant secretary; Miss Gwendolyn
Merrill, treasurer.
Miss Oakley entertained the Sun Sunshine
shine Sunshine class the same evening and all
report a very enjoyable -evening. She
was much pleased to receive a shower
of valentines from her class.
The Ladies Aid Society will serve
a cafteria supper Washington's birth birthday
day birthday eve, Friday, at Mrs. Bryant's, 6 p.
m. A program is planned.
Don't forget to get our prices on
wax and green bean seed, garden peas
and all other seed. Ocala Seed Store,
Ocala, Fla. tf

Judge Landis Sees No Reason Why
They Should Not Atone for
Their Offense
(Associated Press)
Chicago, Feb. 20. -Federal Judge
Landis. today refused to grant a new
trial for Victor Berger, congressman congressman-elect
elect congressman-elect from Milwaukee, and four other
socialist leaders, convicted of violat
ing the espionage act.
- (Associated Press)
Washington, Feb. 20. The clergy
and laity. of Roman Catholicism are
gathered here today to pay homage
to the head of the church in the
United States, James Cardinal Gib
bons, at the celebration of his golden
Episcopal jubilee. Dignitaries of the
church said the celebration is the
most notable gathering of the Roman
Catholic hierarchy in North America
in more than thirty years.
1 ?
Refuse Governor Catts Order to Ap
point Bond Trustees Thead
of Time
Arcadia, Feb. 19. Gov. Catts was
in the city Monday and had before
him Commissioner Whitten of the
third district. It is' the custom of the
county commissioners to name bond
trustees only when necessary by the
sale of bonds, and not until after the
sale is made, but in the Moore Haven
district certain interests demanded
that J. J. O'Brien, C. B. Heard and J.
T. Taylor be named bond trustees as
soon as the district was formed. Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Whitten advised that h
would take the names under consid consideration,
eration, consideration, and later would recommend
to the board three names for bond
A few days "since Commissioner
Whitten received a letter from- the
governor which stated that he must
be satisfied to have the three men
above named designated bond trustees
of the Moore Haven district, and to
meets him in Arcadia Sunday at 2 p.
m. The commissioner was on hand
but the governor did not make his ap appearance
pearance appearance until late in the evening.
Saturday the board of commission
ers adopted the following resolution:
Whereas, it has been called to the
attention of this board that Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Whitten has been summoned to
appear before the governor in refer
ence to the appointment of bond trus trustees
tees trustees for the Moore Haven special road
and bridge district, and,
Whereas, it has been the policy of
this board to appoint such trustees
after the sale of bonds, and there has
been no deviation in the Moore Haven
district; and,
Whereas, the duties of such trus
tees, under the' law, are only those
hat formerly devolved upon the coun
ty treasurer, viz: the handling of the
funds as treasurer, now therefore,
Be it resolved, that this board ap
proves the action of Commissioner
Whitten in following the precedent
established by this board, and that,
when the bonds of said Moore Haven
district have been sold, a committee
of three citizens of the Moore Haven
district will be appointed to act as
bond trustees of said district, upon
the recommendation of the commis
sioner in whose district the above spe
cial district is located, to be custodian
of the funds of said district, as the
law provides.
Upon roll call, McRae voted yet,
Coker yes, Durrance yes, Whitehurst
yes, Whitten not voting.
Axppy of the resolution was hand-
eJ to the governor Monday. Later
Commissioner Whitten came up from
Punta Gorda and met the governor in
the commissioner's office. The con
ference was held behind closed doors
and from rumors was somewhat
stormy. While the axe seems to be
suspended ready to fall upon the com commissioners'
missioners' commissioners' neck if he will not do the
bidding of the 'governor, there is no
announcement that it has yet fallen.
If it does fall it will hit a back
bone, Whitten's friends say.
Saturday, Feb. 22nd. 1919. bein? a
legal holiday (Washington's birth
day) in the state of Florida, the un
dersigned banks of 'this city will be
closed for business on that day.
The Commercial Bank.
The Ocala National Bank.
The Munroe & Chambliss
National Bank.
There are hundreds of phonograph
records to be sold at Burnett's auc auction
tion auction sale tomorrow (Friday). Be on
hand early and make your selections.
All the popular musical numbers are
there. n


Persistent in Their Attempts
Wrest All Western Galicia
from the Poles
(Associated Press)
London, Feb. 20. Ukrainian forces
resumed the attack against Poles de
fending Lemberg Sunday .and captur captured
ed captured all points between Przemysl and
Grodek, west' of Lemberg, according
to an Exchange Telegraph Vienna
dispatch. Railway communication in
that region has been interrupted.
in i. i m m i -, i. r
The Marion County Woodmen As Association
sociation Association held its quarterly meeting
at Fellowship Wednesday' evening,
and the meeting was well attended
from various parts of the county. The
meeting was a most inteersting one
from beginning to end. thanks to the
committee, who had the affair in
About sixty members were in at attendance,
tendance, attendance, and the camps represented
were Fairfield, Fellowship, Lowell,
Montbrook, Ocaal and Sparr.
A resolution was passed requesting
the head camp to appoint a Florida
manager, and recommending Onran-
izer Hitt for the position.
,It was also resolved that the Wood Woodmen
men Woodmen Circle membership be invited to
take part in the association in the
future. 'The circle is the ladies aux auxiliary
iliary auxiliary of the W. O. W., and there are
a number of them in the county.
The next meeting will be held with
Martel camp on Tuesday night, May
During the session a number of in-
teresting talks were' made by C. B.
Howell of Lowell; A. J. Stephens of
Sparr; H. L. Seckiner of Martel; C.
K. Sage, Jake Broun, T. D. Lancas Lancaster
ter Lancaster and J. H. Brinson of Ocala, and
Organizer Hitt.
. After the business session the chop choppers
pers choppers were invited to the feast, which
was hugel y enjoyed. There was' an
abundance of -splendid chicken pillau,
pickles, coffee and cigars, and the
hour was late when the Ocala bunch
returned, so it goes without saying
that they had a big' time.
These meetings grow in interest at
each session, and the Marion County
Woodmen Association is among he
"livest" ones in the state.
The Fellowship camp, under the
guidance of Consul A. S. Pritchett,
is growing right along, and has pros prospects
pects prospects of being the second largest in
the county in the near future.
Martel camp requests that every
camp in the county be represented at
the May meeting.
(Associated Tress)
Washington, Feb. 20 A bill for the
repeal of the war time prohibition
law effective July 1st will be consid considered
ered considered by the House agricultural com committee
mittee committee within the next few days,
members of the committee said to today.
day. today. There is little prospect of action
at this session.
At the colonial ball Friday night
the minuet will be one of the most
entertaining features of the evening. evening.-Some
Some evening.-Some of the loveliest colonial dames
will dance it. The Virginia reel will
also be danced, so to enjoy yourself
to the fullest you should come out to
the dance Friday evening at 8:30 to
12 o'clock.
The audience of local citizens and
visitors from all sections of Florida
which gathered at the Methodist
church last evening in connection
with the centenary field council of
Methodism, were stirred as audiences'
are seldom stirred by the addresses
of Rev. E. II. Rawlings, D. D., of
Nashville, and Rev. R. F. Eakes of
Atlanta. The speakers are among
the strongest men of this great
church, and the'r addresses had all
the power and passion in them that
this greatest movement in the history
of this great church might be expect expected
ed expected to inspire in men of their mold.
The burning needs and thrilling op opportunities
portunities opportunities of the present time thru thru-out
out thru-out the whole world were clearly
shown and the challenge they present
to the church today was startlingly
set forth.
ie have a limited nnmhr nf hamc


and shoulders that we will .sell for
cash at 33c. per pound for the hams
and 30c per pound for the shoulders,
at our factory.
4-tf Ocala Ice & Packing Co.



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The I. W. W. and those who sympa sympathize
thize sympathize with them are the cooties on
the body politic. ;
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The South Florida fair at Tampa is

proving a big success, both in ex

hibits and attendance.

they are afraid to believe any state, j

ment the Germans may make, and so J
they are slow to take measures for j

their relief. Again, the Germans have
wrought so much destruction that the
entire world is short both of provis

ions and transportation. There will
undoubtedly- be great suffering in j

Germany, and the wprst of it is that j

it will fall mostly on those least re responsible
sponsible responsible for the war. If the exper experiences
iences experiences they are going thru now do not
teach the Germans that honesty is the
best policy in nations as well as in individuals,
dividuals, individuals, they will be hopeless.
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The county commissioners, on the
advice of the state road engineer,
have apportioned the $65,000 to be

used on the Dixie highway into $40, $40,-000
000 $40,-000 north of Ocala and $25,000 to the
south. The commissioners are bound
to follow the advice of the state en engineer
gineer engineer in regard to this matter, so we
hope he has taken everything into
consideration and advised wisely. We
have seen the report of the board of
trade committee appointed to examine
the highway, also a number of letters
from people living along the road, y
which it seems that the road to th
south of Ocala is in much worse con condition
dition condition than it is to the north. On the

other hand, the heavier traffic to the
north puts more -wear and tear on the
road. While it is true that the popu population
lation population on the northern side of the
county is much greater than on the
south, it must be remembered that
the Dixie Highway is not a local road.
It is used by the people of the entire
county, by many from all over the
state and not a few from other states.
A man from Mcintosh will be just as
much aggrieved as a man from Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view or Oklawaha if his car is stuck
iri the mud at Weirsdale. It is not
likely that the state engineer has been
swayed by local considerations. There
is nothing to do for this year except
to follow his advice, .which we hope
has been for the best.

Center Hill, Fla.


Sweden has given Ludendorff the
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gate, ana mat military ruman nas
been forced to return to Berlins

Goyfcrnor Catts and Dr. Snow, the
latter of the state board of 7 health,
visited the girls' .industrial school to today,
day, today, .and as usual found everything
at that excellent institution in the
best of condition.
Many a father and son celebration
has been held in the old barn, with
son furnishing the music. Miami
We have been under the impression
that he did the dancing.
While Marion has not made a coun county
ty county exhibit j at the South Florida Fair,
some individuals and firms are do doing
ing doing nobly. For instance, there is the
Rogers-Wilson Realty Company of
this city, which has taken eighteen
blue ribbons on nineteen entries.
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" The Tampa Tribune most appro appropriately
priately appropriately remarks: "While Erzberger
is showing the part Germans took in
the civil war to help the United
States, he might go back to the revo revolutionary
lutionary revolutionary days and speak also of the
work of the Hessians in this country
both times for pay."
TneItalian delegates ,to the peace

conference announce that their coun country
try country will not admit the claims of Jugo-

when the good Lord was making this
world, he had just widened, the Dard Dardanelles
anelles Dardanelles and the Bosphorus to the
south bank of the Danube, he would
have saved a lot of trouble.

Mrs. Theodore ", Roosevelt, accom

panied by her son, .Lieut. Col. Theo Theodore.
dore. Theodore. Roosevelt, visited the grave of
Lieut.V Querrtin Roosevelt near Fere-en-Tardenois
Tuesday and placed
flowers on the simple monument
which marks her sWs last resting
place. The grave is being carefully
tended by the inhabitants of the lo locality,
cality, locality, y
As we understand it, if Mexico at
any future time decides to slap our
jaws and kick the United States oh
the corns, we will have to get permis permission
sion permission from the society of antions be before
fore before Uncle Sam can beat the putty
out of lhe ; greasers. St. Augustine
Record. r
We won't be any worse off than we
are now.

The Lakeland Star says we made a
bold statement in saying that we are
not afraid to bet that Capper's story
about a regular army officer lining up
the 3oth division, Sn its way back
from battle, and lecturing it about its
appearance, is a lie. The story is a
lie on its face. That any American of officer
ficer officer educated ct West Point would
line lip twenty thousand men for in inspection
spection inspection on-their way back from a
battle is unbelievable. Then again it
is impossible. Capper said the officer
was a lieutenant colonel, and a lieu lieutenant
tenant lieutenant colonel is not the ranking of officer
ficer officer of a regimenc, let alone a division.

: Germany may in time realize that
a good name is better than great
riches. Reports coming -out of that
country .are to the effect that it is in
a desperate condition and millions of
the people are on the brink of star starvation,
vation, starvation, ; America and the Allies do
not want the Germans to starve, but

We have read with pleasure the ex excellent
cellent excellent article on "The Place of Music
in the Scheme of Education," by Miss

Marguerite Porter in. the last issue of
the Florida Schoolroom. Miss Porter
is one of the most capable and en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic young musicians in the
state. As director of music in the
schools of Ocala she has accomplished
much,- as the recent program I given
by the glee club and quartet of the
high school before the Woman's Club
last Saturday and the splendid chorus
music rendered by. the entire school
at the community sing at the Temple
theater last Sunday attested. Mem Members
bers Members of the school board and the prin principal
cipal principal bear testimony1 to the growing
spirit of loyalty among the pupils,
the improved morale and the eager eagerness
ness eagerness with which the hour. for musical
instruction is welcomed. Ocala is for fortunate
tunate fortunate to have so competent a1 director
and one so beloved by the young peo

ple. ;


Anthony, Feb. 19. Mr.Ralph Milli Milli-gari
gari Milli-gari of the 55th Coast Artillery was at
heme for a few days last week. He
has a great deal to tell about France.
Says France is all right bpt the Unit United,
ed, United, States is best. As he is with' the
regulars, he has eleven months yet in
service. He has returned to his regi regiment
ment regiment in New York and from there
they have been ordered to California.
Corporal Lawton Sims of the 329th
Infantry, who has just returned from
France, received his final discharge at
Camp Gordon, Atlanta, and arrived
home last Saturday. Lawton is" look looking
ing looking well and, his many friends are giv giving
ing giving him a warm welcome home.
Mr. R. R. Russell, who has had an
operation performed in a Jacksonville
hospital is improving.
". '; Mr. L. B. Wright and family moved
to Kendrick last week.
Mr. and Mrs.;McQuaig and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, : Pearl have returned from Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, where they spent several
Miss Ida May Dixon and sister, Mrs.
Dixon of Georgia, are visiting rela relatives
tives relatives here.
Miss Lizzie Lamb, who has been
taking a beusiness course in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, was married to a young man of
Miami last week. The young couple
have the best wishes of every one
Mr. A. M. Erwin and family of Tam Tampa
pa Tampa are occupying the Webb building
at present.
Mr. George Adams and family mov moved
ed moved to Orange Lake last week.
Mrs. Ed Neff and baby of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville are visiting relatives in Anthony.
The many friends of Mrs. F. W.
Bishop are glad to know she is im improving
proving improving since she was taken to the
hospital in Ocala.
Mrs. R. A. Baskin has been real sick
for the past week- We hope to see
her out. again soon.
Mr and Mrs. H. A. Reynolds' baby
in the Ocala hospital is improving, we
are glad to hear.
Mr. Preston Martin, who has been
staying in Citra, is at home for a few
Mr. W. B. Thorn is spending a few
weeks in Pennsylvania.
Mr. E. C. Beuchler has just return returned
ed returned from Jacksonville; where he bought
a car of fine horses for the Anthony
Mr. Earl Bishop of Jacksonville is
in town for a few davs.

Edison phonograph records will be
sold Friday at Burnett's auction sale.

"We shaii .fight for the things
which we have always carried nearest
our heart for democracy, for the
right of those who submit to author authority
ity authority to have a voice in their own gov government."
ernment." government." Woodrow Wilson.
Comments of Suffrage Leaders
The spirit which has kept alive the
41-year-old fight of the National Am American
erican American Woman Suffrage Association
for the federal amendment was shown

in the hour of defeat when Mrs. Maud
Wood Park, who has led the congres

sional forces for more than two years,

left the gallery with these .words,

"Our campaign for the next Congress

is already started."
Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, presi president
dent president of the National American Wom Woman
an Woman Suffrage Association, and also of
the International Woman Suffrage
Alliance, said: "It is not the women;
it is) the nation that is dishonored."
The Rev. Anna Howard Shaw, hon honorary
orary honorary president of the national asso association,
ciation, association, who is spending little time on
suffrage activities this week, because
of the meeting of the woman's com committee,
mittee, committee, National Council of Defense,
over which she is presiding as chair chairman,
man, chairman, said:
"While the idea of the divine right
of kings is being abolished in the old
world, we of the new present the ridic

ulous spectacle of still clinging to the
absurd notion of the divine right of

the male sex. It is to be regretted
that the United States Congress has

failed to measure up to the spirit of
democracy, expected of it by all the
world in refusing to pass the federal
amendment for woman suffrage. Soon
we shall be in the humiliating position

of "admitting that ours is the only one
of the great nations of the earth de denying
nying denying justice to its women. When
the civil war was raging, the women

of this country were appealed to for
help in a struggle toward making this
a land of the free in more than name
only. During the war just ended they
were constantly urged to rally to the
slogan of democracy for all the peo people.
ple. people. -Their patriotism, loyalty and
f ervice have stood every test. They
have cheerfully done their part, as
they always will when their country
calls. As members of Che National
American Woman Suffrage Associa Association,
tion, Association, imbued with American love of
liberty and justice, it is not our inten inten-tention
tention inten-tention to surrender nor remove our ourselves
selves ourselves from thm scene of action. We
shalls fight on witji redoubled vigor
until victory has, been achieved, and
the women of America given their
rightful place in the nation for which
they stand ready to give their all."
Mrs. George. Bass, chairman of the
woman's democratic committee, wired
from California the following mes message
sage message to the national association:
"Reactionary republicans, seconded
by a little group of 'me-too' senators
whose democracy is merely a thread threadbare
bare threadbare tradition, have been able 1 to
again s postpone the day of victory.
BUS that is. all they can do. Miss An Anthony
thony Anthony summed it all up when she
said, 'Failure is impossible.'
You Cannot Prove It By Ohio
Several days ago the Tampa Tri Tribune
bune Tribune had this to say:
"Because Ohio by a tremendous
popular vote decided against suffrage,

republican leaders in that state's sen

ate are trying to force the passage
of a; resolution demanding that Ohio

senators at Washington vote for the

Anthony amendment. And they told

us onlyr we back-time Southern states
are opposing this method of steam-

sThe; Tribune forgot to mention tht tht-the
the tht-the last referendum on suffrage taker,
hi .Ohio Was in 1914! The world has
rrioved many decades towards real
democracy since then, friend. One

might as well hark back to what hap

pened before the civil war!
The Cleveland (Ohio) Leader, one

cf the great papers of the middle

west, recently said this:

"In the last election, Ohio lost sight
of her anti-suffragists, and five of the
successors are in favor the amend amendment.
ment. amendment. This is said to put Ohio in the
group of western and middle western

states in favor of suffrage."

It seems that you cannot prove your

point by Ohio, Mr. Editor.

. The spirit of the age is not easily
defined but there are some things
happening in Ocala just now that il illustrate
lustrate illustrate one feature at least. The
people and especially innocent chil

dren, are being given a square deal in j
that they can get free and skillful t

treatful for a disease which afflicts
from 20 to 30 per cent of them. The
far-reaching evil effects of -a disease

in childhood, if allowed to go un

checked, can not be imagined.

Any one is welcome to see Dr. B. L.

Arms at work at the old restaurant

building just east of the Ocala House.

He will also be glad to talk and ex

plain anything in his line.

The Woman's Club, city council and

city board of health are helping the
movement along.

City Board of Health.


is made especially to resist all weath weather
er weather conditions so when painting why
not use th? thing fcr the purpose? It
will cost no more will look .right and
rear righl t
! For Sale by

Florida acclimated, double treated

against cholera, superior blood lines.
Bred to Cherokee Choice No. 44489.
Fourteen sows, three gilts and herd
boar. Cherokee Choice for sale at a
great bargain. Will sell a sihgle indiv indiv-ual.
ual. indiv-ual. For prices see Geo. D. Tait, Har

rington Hall, Ocala, before Feb. 25
or write to him at Monticello, Fla. 2t

You don't have to telephone to find
out when your prescription will be
delivered. We fill them as the doctor
writes them and send them out promt promt-ly.
ly. promt-ly. Gerig's Drug Store. tf

We have the following used car
bargains. Can be sold on easy pay

ments. Call and look them over.
One Ford Touring Car. first class
.One Ford Roadster, first-class condition.

One 1918 model Maxwell Touring"

One 1917 model Maxwell Touring
One 1916 model Maxwell Touring
One 1915 model Maxwell Roadster.
One Rambler Roadster.
One Buick Light Six, 1917 model.
(This is cash, however.)
Apply at the "Maxwell-Chalmers
Agency, Ocala, Fla. 20-6tdIy-ltwky


I Six Miles Norili of Ocala cn Ocala-
Gainsville Road.
Will Rent All of Part.
: Apply to
I Ocala, Florida.


Four second hand Fords. Come and
look them over, AUTO SALES CO.
Phone 348. Mack Taylor.
Ct Ocala. Fla.

Another shipment of Nunnally's,
"The Candy of the South," in today.
We always have it fresh is the reason
we sell so much of it. Come and get
yours at Gerig's Drug Store. tf

If you want real foot comfort wear
Dr. Scholl's "Right and Left" Socks.
For sale only at Little's Shoe Par Parlor.
lor. Parlor. 3-tf

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The Ram ' assistant
to the Hot Spot, which makes
Chalmers a great car

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"tHERE has beeri so much favorable comment on
the Hot Spot device of the Chalmers that often

the Ram's-horn of this "great car is overlooked.

s The Ram's-horn completes the magnificent work of
the Hot Spot, the main purpose of which is to flctcherize
or "crack up" and heat the gas coming from the carburetor.
Having done its Work the Hot Spot passes the 1 00
conditionedgas on to the Ram's-norn. Now here is whrc
an important job. begins.
Gas is a peculiar thing. It "sticks in corners," "col "collects
lects "collects at any angle," goes back to its raw state unless it is
handled quickly and scientifically.
So the Ram's-horn, as one might gather from the
name, is without sharp corners, has easy bends and entices
the gas smoothly intoeach cylinder. The inside of it is
not a rough cdsting. It is as smooth as glass.
- Note the drawing above. See that the distance from
the Hot Spot to each cylinder is the same. That is the
great secret of the Ram's-horn,
Most cars have a manifold that feeds gas into one
cylinder, whatever is left over goes on into number two,
the residue to number three and so on.
Cylinder number six is usually"starved"or gets"rawgas."
Thus you see why the Chalmers engine runs so
smoothly, why it gets every last bit of power out of gas,
why cold weui her docs not affect its starting, and why it

runs cool on a warm day.
If yu have not looked over a present day
Chalmers you have an incomplete education on
the modern motor car. For Chalmers now is
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The Candy You Buy
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, If you have any society items,
please phone One-Two-One (121).
Mr.'Frank Butler of Richmond, Va.,
lias accepted a position with the
Nitro-Phospho company and will
make Ocala his headquarters.

i Mr. H. M. Hampton has been ab

sent for several days on a trip to Jew
Oi leans, where he has a case for hear hearing
ing hearing in the U. S. district court.
Phonograph record day (Friday) at
Burnett's auction sale. Hundreds to
select from. It

Let us quote you prices
on a Monument or Head Headstone
stone Headstone to mark the last rest resting
ing resting place of your loved
-;; ones.
N. Magnolia St.


Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Murray are en enjoying
joying enjoying a visit from Mr. Murray's sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. Vernon Upham and his
cousin, Mr. Stephen Wiero of Brook Brooklyn,
lyn, Brooklyn, N. Y.
': Mrs. Kate Brinkley left today for
Dowling Park, where she expects to
place her two small sons in school.
Before returning home Mrs. Brinkley
will visit friends in Lake City.
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The Union Bible study class of the
second ward meets with Mrs. E. Van
Hood Friday at p. m. Study will con

clude the eighth chapter of. Romans,
from 27th verse. All lovers of Bible

study cordially invited.

Dr. Georsre Dame, state health of

ficer of Inverness, arrived in the city
today to assist Dr. Arms in the lab laboratory
oratory laboratory the state board of health has
located in the old Tmpire Cafe to
make' tests for hookworm disease.
If you feel your bones aching get a
box of Rexal Cold Tablets at Gerig's
Drug Store. It may prevent your
having "flu." tf




We are now ready to offer BEAN SEED,
Wadwell and Davis Kidney Wax per bu. $14.
Valentine and other green.beans per bu. $13.
Also have Fresh Peas, Water Melon, Canta Cantaloupe,
loupe, Cantaloupe, Cucumber and other seeds.

t Jacksonville, Florida.

' In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none. T I
RATES From $1.50 'per day per person to $6.
Manager. Proprietor.





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Bought and Sold.
';We"Pay: the Highest Cash Prices.
POSTOFFICE BOX 592 ; Long Distance Phone 4475
v Tampa; Florida.

1 We tried to tell the folks yester yesterday
day yesterday that Mr. and Mrs. Beck and party

took seventeen hours to go to tort

Lauderdale, but the perverse linotype

made it seventeen days. However, we

know a couple of young men here who

honestly feel like it is that far.

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Miss Louise Berry of Wilmington.

N. .C.who is spending a month with

Mrs. Norman Kirk, is in Jacksonville

forthe day, having left for that

city early this morning to meet and

spend the day with some friends from
New York city. Miss Berry will re

turn to Ocala tonight.

A new shirjment of Dr) Edison's

Cushion Sole and "Ezall" Arch Pro

tecting Shoes for ladies just received
i il fill V t" 1 IT X

ai ine j-ame onoe x-anor. -n

-Messrs. C. F. FliDDen and W. V.

Wheeler are going to remove to Fort
Lauderdale and go' in the hardware

business in that growing town. They
have secured one of the best locations

in Fort Lauderdale and to say they

vall?have an excellent and up-to-date
store is 'only a formal statement.
These -are two of our most clever

young men, who have built up a fine
reDutation for themselves, both in

business and social circles, and .while

Ocala regrets to lose them it will wish
them, the best of good fortune. Mrs.
Flippen, also, who has lived all her
life in Ocala,. will be greatly missed,
but Fort Lauderdale is to be con congratulated
gratulated congratulated on the charming addition
she will make to its social circle.

Dr. 'Kirk of; Bluefield, West, Va.,
has been a regular winter visitor to
Ocala' for some years. He tried other
parts of Florida and decided upon our
town as the best glace to spend the
winter. So pleased is he with Marion
county -that last week he concluded a
deal by which he became owner of the
Lake View hotel at Weirsdale, where
we hope he will take up his perma permanent
nent permanent residence. Dr. Kirk is a specialist
and for years has done work for a
large coal and iron company in West
Virginia. He is, accompanied by his
sister and a charming young daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. His only; son is still in service
in France, but the doctor hopes he

will soon be released. We welcome
this splendid family to our county.
. Ladies, we have another shipment
of those Roxbury Household Rubber
Gloves, sizes 6 to 8, at fifty cents the
pair. Gerig's Drug. Store. tf

The suburban home of Mrs. W. W.
Ilarriss was the scene this afternoon
o fone of the very attractive affairs
that are being given for Mrs. Fred
Kincr of Jacksonville. Mrs. Harris3

ertertair.ed in honor of her sister,

Mrs. Annie Van Demarr and her vis visitor,
itor, visitor, Mrs. King. ;
The entire house was most beau beau-ciiully
ciiully beau-ciiully decorated for the occasion with
trailing vines and the blooms of yel yellow
low yellow bignonia. The guests were re received
ceived received most cordially by the hostess
In the reception hall. It was there
that the punch table was located and
fiom which fruit punch was dispensed
by Misses Adela Ax and Caroline
The tables were arranged in the
long living room, where the players
srent the time most pleasantly in con conversation
versation conversation before the games commenc-'
ed. After several rounds of auction
enlivened by keen competition, the
high scorer was awarded a lovely vio violet
let violet bowl. Mrs. Harriss presented the
honorees with attractive remem remembrances
brances remembrances of the occasion, Mrs. King re receiving
ceiving receiving a lovely cloisonne flower pin
and Mrs. Van Deman a dainty set of
lingerie clasps.
At the conclusion of the games, the
hostess, assisted by her daughter,
Miss Caroline Harriss and Miss Adela
Ax, served a salad course with coffee.
Those who so thoroughly enjoyed
the afternoon with the guests of
honor were Mrs. R. L-Anderson Mrs.

R. A. Bur ford Jr.. Mrs. Hydrick. of

Orangeburg, S. C Mrs. J; II. Liv Livingston,
ingston, Livingston, Mrs. Charles Kheinaiier, Mrs.
C. B. Ayer, Mrs. C. S. Cullen, Mrs. B.
A. Weathers. Mrs. Hibbert Weath Weathers,
ers, Weathers, Mrs. William Hpcker. Mrs. L. G.
Ketchum,, Mrs. Fred Hocker, Mrs.-E.
T .Helvenston, Mrs. W. A. McGuire,
Mrs. Jack Camp, Mrs. R. R. Johnson
of Muncie, Ind., Mrs. M. W. Lloyd,
Mrs. T. H. Harriss, Mrs. E. L. Car Carney,
ney, Carney, Mrs.' James Chace, Mrs. Charles
Tydings, Mrs. S.I. Lummus, Mrs. D.
II. Mayo, Mrs. D. E. Mclver, Mrs. J.
K. Dickson, Mrs. H. M. Hampton,

Mrs. R.-S. Hall, Miss Adela' Ax and
Miss Caroline Harriss.


We are now prepared to, do all

kinds of cleaning and pressing at the

eld Clayton stand on Oklawaha ave avenue.
nue. avenue. We make a specialty of ladies

suits. Witf call for and deliver work
free to any part of the city. Phone 13.
tf A. O. SMITH, Prop.

Klenzo Creme insures clean teeth
and healthy gums. Sold in Ocala only
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf

Dr. John P. Mott Is Alade Chev Chevalier
alier Chevalier of Legion of Honor Ex Extensive
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Progressive business men are reo resented in our" advertising columns.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Purvis are enter entertaining
taining entertaining Rev. and Mrs. C. P. Thornton
and daughters, Ruth and Agnes, Mrs.
Theodore Waas and -daughters, Kate
and Theo, and Mrs. Hattie Hernandez
and her-two children. Corinne and
Tom. This home gathering is a spec special
ial special compliment to Mrs. N. A. Heidt,
mother of Mrs. Purvis, Mrs. Thornton,
MrsWaas and Mrs. Hernandez. Yes Yesterday
terday Yesterday Mrs. Purvis entertained at a
dinner party, the only other guests
being- Mr. and Mrs. Clem Purvis, cele celebrating
brating celebrating the birthday of Mrs. Heidt
who was eighty years young, and a
more lovable, kind and genial woman
was never known. In the afternoon

a few of the neighbors dropped in to
join in wishing the honoree many
more haDDV birthdavs. and to take

part in 'cutting the birthday cake,
which was artistically arranged. Yes Yesterday
terday Yesterday will always be a memorable
day to the Purvis family and a more
delightful occasion was never spent.
Rev. And Mrs. Thornton and family
are from Gainesville and the other
members of the house party are from
Fernandina. They will return to their
respective homes Saturday, after a
f (-w days delightfully spent in our
city as guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Y.


General Secretary of National

War Work Council. Y. M. U. A.,

K Who Has Been Aecorded High

Honors by French Government

As a mark of recognition and appre

ciation of the work done for the French
eoldier by the American Y. M. C. A.

forces abroad, the French rorernment

has conferred the signal honor of

Chevalier of the Legion of Honor upon

General Secretary John R. Mott. of
the National Wa? Work' Council of
the Army and Navy Y. M. C. A-
Telegraphic advices from Washing Washington
ton Washington conveyed the news of the distinc distinction
tion distinction granted Dr. Mott. whose home Is
in New York City. The telegram,
signed by Edouard deBilly, Deputy
High Commissioner, was as follows:

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the French government has conferred
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la Legion d'Honneur. Please accept

mv heartiestcongratulations.

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lion million dollars had been expended In T
work among the French and other al
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Candler, Feb. 19. Last week, Mr.
Edwin Kent joined' Mrs. Kent, who
had preceded him two months ago, to
visit the old Candler landmarks. Mon Monday
day Monday they left' for their winter home
in Daytona, for a short stay ere re returning
turning returning to Providence, R. I.
Sunday Mr. William Hyde came up
from his post of duty at Venice, Fla.,
for a visit of several days to his fam family
ily family here.
The dance Friday evening was at attended
tended attended by young people from Oxford,
Belleview, Summerfield and Oklawa Oklawa-ha.
ha. Oklawa-ha. String music -was furnished by
the Messrs. Blair of Oklawaha.
Miss Nellie Whittington of Michi Michigan,
gan, Michigan, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs.
Mr. Ed Hall and family have moved
to Lake Weir. ;
Mr. Hulbert has arrived from Chi Chicago
cago Chicago and is occupying his mansion on
Heather Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Stetson, formerly of
Detroit, Mich., have taken possession
of their ne whome on Eden Garden
Lake, the original Prof. Rickards
Dr Rankin has disposed of his
property near the school house, the
purchaser being a Mr. Gamble from
the north.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mathews at attended
tended attended the-, fair; at Orlando last week.
Sunday, Mr. and Mrs."-Mathews, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Miss Howell of near
Ocala, went to Tampa to enjoy the
fair there, for several days. They
made the trip via the auto route in
their Maxwell.
Rev. Jones of Belleview preached
in the Methodist church Sunday morn morning.'
ing.' morning.' ...
Mr. 'and Mrs. M. T. Webster of
Lake Weir, were calling on old friends
here last Monday.
Mr. Harry Baxter is putting in fifty
acres of watermelons, while Mr. Ed
Caldwell is following suif with twen twen-'
' twen-' ty acres. v
Cataract of the Eye.
In cataract of the eye, the lens be becomes
comes becomes opaque, or dark, and therefore
no longer capable of transmitting the
light. Causes of cataract are numer numerous.
ous. numerous. Inflammation or injury to the
lens may produce it, and may be, the
result of various diseases, such as
gout, rheumatism, diabetes or scrofula,
and often accompanies old age. Cor Correction
rection Correction requires a surgical operation
to remove lie diseased lens.
k Car Bargain
Six Buick Roadster
1918 Model
In "A-l Shape, With
New Tires
AuSo Sales Co.
Mack Taylor
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Ocala, Florida
Delicious fresh caught Dry
Salt Fish direct to the consumer
by prepaid parcel post er express
15 lbs. for $2.00
Special price on barrel lots
The Lenten Season coming',
Fish will be scarce, order now
before prices advance,
St. George on the Gulf
A palachicola, Florida
Investigations indi indicate
cate indicate seven out of ten
-J persons absolutely
af l l
need erlasses. You mnv
Dc one cr the seven.
Dr. K. J. Weihe.
Eyesight Specialist
Graduate Optometrist
With Weihe Co... Jewelers, Ocala, Fla.
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. Don't be sorry that you did not at attend
tend attend the concert given by the New
York Metropolitan company. Hear
one of the world's greatest violinists,
Axel Skovgaard. Watch for his
hand which will appear tomorrow.
Prof. Garfiejd j.vans, ol Southern
College, Sutherland, and state presi president
dent president of the Epworth League, while in
Ocala yesterday attending the centen centenary
ary centenary executive meeting, was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Little.
Mrs. Alice Dowling of Gadsd'en,
Ala., who has been in the city on a
visit to her mother, Mrs. W. M. Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, has returned home. We regret
thai Mrs. Dowling's stay here was
cut short by tidings of illness and
death' among her relatives at home.
The people who were so well pleas pleased
ed pleased with the great 'picture, "Hearts of
the World' atthe Temple two weeks
ago, will have an opportunity to see
some of the same excellent perform performers
ers performers in another Griffith picture, "The
Great Love," tonight. 'There "is no
dcubt that this is a superb movie, ana
all who can should see it.
The open day at the Woman's Club
has proved quite a success among the
cut-of-town visitors in the city. Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday afternoon all visitors are urg urged
ed urged to come to the club house, where
they are welcomed by the club mem members.
bers. members. They are made to feel at home,
entertaining themselves as fancy dic dictates,
tates, dictates, during the afternoon music
and games being enjoyed. Yesterday
aftemoo Mrs. Sistrunk presented
the hospitality committe with a chess
board, which has been one of the
games that the visitors, have enquired
for. The members of the club have
taken advantage of this open day and
have designated it a regular commit committee
tee committee -day This opening of the club
house is in accord with the generous
hospitality on which the South so
prides herself and should be entered
into by all members of the club.
One of the most pleasant and antic anticipated
ipated anticipated affairs planned for. Mrs. Fred
King, who is visiting Mrs. Annie Van
Deman, was to have been a boat
party and picnic at the springs, with
Mrs. H. M. Hampton as hostess. On
account of the inclemency of ; the
weather this looked for pleasure had
to be changed for one equally enjoy enjoyable.
able. enjoyable. The hostess quickly adapted
herself to circumstances and the
guests were taken in cars to the Ocala
House, where in the private dining
room a delectable luncheon was daint daintily
ily daintily served in buffet style. Mrs. Hamp Hampton
ton Hampton was assisted in entertaining her
guests by Mrs. W. W. Harriss .and
Mrs. E. L. Carney. This improvised
luncheon proved to be a decided suc success,
cess, success, where with merry quip and jest
the time passed only too quickly, and
the guests complimented Mrs. Hamp Hampton
ton Hampton on her adaptability as hostess un under
der under such unfavorable circumstances.
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf
Test of True Friendship.
Friendship which flows from the
heart 'cannot be frozen by adversity,
as thr water that flows from the
spring does not congeal in winter. winter.-Cooper.
Cooper. winter.-Cooper. x
Start Tomorrow
and Keep Jt Up
Every Morning
Get tn the habit of drinking, a
glass of hot water before
We're not here long, so let's make
our stay agreeable. Let us live well,
eat well, digest well, work well, sleep
well, and look well, what a glorious
condition to attain, and yet, how very
easy it is If one will only adopt the
morning inside bath. ;
Folks who are accustomed to feel
dull and heavy when they arise, split splitting
ting splitting headache, stuffy from a cold, foul
tongue, nasty breath, acid stomach,
can, instead, feel as fresh as a daisy
by opening the sluices of the system
each morning and flushing out the
whole of the internal poisonous stag stagnant
nant stagnant matter.
Everyone, whether ailing, sick or
well, should, each morning, before
breakfast, drink a glass of real hot
water with a teaspoonful of limestone
phosphate in it to wash from the
stomach, liver and bowels the previous
day's indigestible waste, sour bile
and poisonous' toxins; thus cleansing,
sweetening and purifying the entire
alimentary canal before putting more
food into the stomach. The action of
hot water and limestone phosphate on
an empty stomach is wonderfully In Invigorating.
vigorating. Invigorating. It cleans out all the sour
fermentations, gases, waste and
acidity and gives one a splendid splendid-appetite
appetite splendid-appetite for breakfast While you are
enjoying your breakfast the water
and phosphate is quietly extracting
a large volume of water from the
blood and getting ready for a
thorough flushing of all the inside
The millions of people who are
bothered with constipation, bilious
spells, stomach trouble; others who
have sallow skins, blood disorders and
sickly complexions are urged to get a
quarter pound of limestone phosphate
from the drug store. This will cost
very little, but Is sufllcient to make
anyone a pronounced crank on the
subject of Inside-bathing before break breakfast
fast breakfast


Washington, Feb. 20. F. J. H. En En-gelken
gelken En-gelken of Palatka, Fla., who came to
Washington a day or two ago to in investigate
vestigate investigate charges filed against him
by the South Carolina Council of Na National
tional National Defense attacking his loyalty
to the United States, has been in informed
formed informed that citizens of Palatka had
wired to the Senate judiciary commit committee
tee committee protesting against this action on
the part of the South Carolinians and
expressing their entire confidence in
his loyalty. It is understood that for former
mer former Senator Benet, who filed the
charges, may come to Washington to
farther prosecute the matter.
Levi Alexander, the veteran cotloi cotloi-ed
ed cotloi-ed builder, received today a telegram
from his son, Xieut. Levi Alexander,
announcing his safe return from
Lieut. Alexander trained at Des Des-Moines,
Moines, Des-Moines, and went to France" early last
year. His regiment was in the thick
of the fighting on the western front
and distinguished itself for bravery
and discipline. Since the armistice,
Lieut. Alexander spent part of the
time on detail work in Paris. He is
now in Washington, and wires that he
vail come home as soon as possible
Lieut. J. M. Ponder, with the medi medical
cal medical branch of the army, is another
ycung colored officer, who did good
work, and has returned home.
I have an Automatic Vaporizer for
saving gasoline and reducing dep'osits
of carbon.. Simple", lasting and easily
attached. I guarantee that it will in increase
crease increase your mileage per gallon from
four to eight miles, over what you are
now getting. Here is a proposition on
on which you cannot lose. Send me
$3.50 and I will mail you one. Test
it for ten days, and if you do not want
it, send it back and I will return your
money at once. This is surely fair
and worth a trial. I can use a few
agents. Write me about it. L. E.
STpRMS, State Agent, Gainesville,
Fla. 20-2t
FOR SALE One large and one small
cash register. Apply to Bodkin, care
Star office. 20-6t
FOR SALE Pecan trees with roots
that will grow. Nursery at Monticello;
Fla. Several choice paper shell varie varieties.
ties. varieties. Trees dug the day they are ship shipped.
ped. shipped. Write for prices to George D.
Tait, .Monticello, Florida. Agents
wanted. 19-2t
FOR SALE Overland car in good
conditon. Information caU at residence
409 Oklawaha Ave. "19-2t
FOR SALE One Ford touring car?
thoroughly overhauled; new tires, new'
seat covers, new. top; re-paitned. Eve Everything
rything Everything in first class condition. Price,
$450. Ocala Iron Works, Ocala. 17-6t
COW LOST A small red half Jersey,
now being milked; Jias short chain
around horns. No marks or brand,
strayed from North Ocala Saturday
morning, Feb. 15th. A reasonable re reward
ward reward will be paid for her return to
J. J. Sanders at union station or phone
370. 17-3t
FOR SALE Used Salt. We have sev sev-era
era sev-era ltons of salt that we have used
for curing meat that we will sell "for
50c. per 100 lbs. f, o. b. Ocala, Ocala
Ice & Packing Co. 2-15-5t
FOR RENT On Orange avenue, a
practically new house, five large
rooms with modern improvements;
large garden and nice garage. For in information,
formation, information, telephone 39 or 212, Or Orange
ange Orange avenue. 2-14-61
FOR SALE-7-One large mare ten
years old; one male colt 31 months
old; one female colt 8 months old.
May be seen at Kendrick station. Will
take part pay in peanuts if desired.' D.
Chisena, Kendrick, Fla. ll-12t
WANTED We offer one individual
representative, or any ladies' aid, mis missionary,
sionary, missionary, church or woman's club, in
each town, exclusively, a conservative,
dignified, permanent means of income.
U. S. Carbon Co., Birmingham, Ala Alabama.
bama. Alabama. 20-lm
WANTED All kinds of second hand
furniture, guns, beds, etc. Notify
me and I will send for them. J; W.
Hunter, Gunsmith, South Main St. tf
WANTED One of the largest north northern
ern northern companies writing multiple lines,
with a premium of nearly eight mill million
ion million dollars annually, believing in
Florida's future, has established a
claim paying policy writing office in
the state, and has need .for local
agents to first develop its accident
and health lines on both commercial
and monthly pay plans; also two or
three special traveling agents who
can produce results. An opportunity
for some one to get in Tight on con contract
tract contract and territory with possibilities
of other lines later. If interested
write, stating age, territory desired
and experience, "to C. S. Hoag, State
Manager, No. 7 West Church street,
Orlando, Florida. 2-15-eod

2X1 r i

Fifty Jiead of Mules and Horses, that were
surplused andsbld by theUnited States Govern Government,
ment, Government, and bought by us, are now being offered
for sale at our Barns on Exposition St. These
Animals are acclimated, and free from disease.
We are goin to sell them. Now is your oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to buy the cheapest animal that you have
bought in a long time. There will be no more
sales of Government mules in this section and
this is your last chance to buy cheap mules;


mcmls' & emu

Fprt King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome."
W. W. Stripling, a C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. Fn
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star office building at 7:30 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcdine always
extended to visiting brothers.
Joe Poter, N. G.
J. D. McCaskill. Secretary.
R. A. .11. CHAPTER NO. 13
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the first
J. A. Bouvier, H. P.
Jake Bro"vn, Secretary.
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and thira
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock until further notice.
H. O. Cole, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. 15
meets the first and third Monday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month in the Odd Fel Fellows'
lows' Fellows' hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Claire Moremen, N. G.
Eloise Bouvier, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, mets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house oppo opposite
site opposite postoffire, east side.
C. W. Hunter, E. R.
E. J. Creel., Secretary.
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
at the Castle Hall, over the G. C.
Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial wel welcome
come welcome to visiting brothers.
W. W. Stripling, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
Ocala Chapter No. 29 O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of ach
month .at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Isabel Wesson, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
February 21st, 19191732-1919
Under the auspices of the civic
committee of the Ocala Woman's
Club, Martha Washington and her la ladies
dies ladies will entertain both afternoon and
nicrht at their residence, the club
house, on Friday, February 21st, to
celebrate the 187th anniversary of
George Washington's birth. In the af afternoon
ternoon afternoon the entertainment will be in
the nature of a card party, from 3 to
C o'clock. Admission, 35 cents. In
the evening from 8:30 to 12 o'clock,
Mr. and Mrs. George Washington will
give a colonial ball and everybody is
most cordially invited to attend. It in
optional with the guests whether they
come in costume. Admission to the
dance will be fifty cents.

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Fairfield, Feb. lOuite a number
of our young folks gathered at the
home of Air. and Mrs. C. L. Thigpen
Saturday evening where they had a
most enjoyable time, playing games
and listening to music furnished by
Messrs. Clark Yongue and Glenn!
Kinard. The entertainment was giv given
en given in honor of Misses Hanston and
Lancaster of Oxford, who were visit visiting
ing visiting Mrs. Thigpen for a few days.
Mrs. Burkhart of St. Petersburg
returned home last Friday after a
visit to her brother, Mr. E. T. Ostell
and family.
.Mr. M. A. Yongue Jr. of Kingland,
Ga., is visiting his father and sister,
Mr. W. A. Yongue and Miss Agnes
Mr. Milton Harrelliand Misses An

E. Co COo
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
We deliver caskets free anywhere in the county.
Calls promptly answered night or day.

Day Phone 10

Real vs. False Economy

At This Time

f Resist the mental suggestion to curtail your regular taking of ice
until "the weather turns warm again Your refrigerator is going
nicely now; it is well chilled and it is doing full duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it may rulk on you all the
remainder of the season.


Six Yezrs Ago, TtinHnSIxe Isligtt Die, Say Texas Liij, Bzi llsu
Ste Is a Well, Strong Woisaa and ?izhzs Coriri Fcx
Her RecoTery.

Roys City, TexMrs. iary Kil Kil-man.
man. Kil-man. of this place, says. "After the
birth of my little girl... my side com commenced
menced commenced to hart me. I had to go back
to bed. We called the doctor. He
treated me... but I got no better. I
got worse and worse until the misery
was unbearable... I was la bed for
three months and suffered such agony
that I was just drawn up la a knot...
I told my husband If he would get
me a bottle of Cardul I would try It. ..
I commenced taking it, however, that
evening I called my -"family about
me... for I knew I could not last
many cayi unless I caa a changa lor I


W. Broadway,
9 0caIa' Fla-
nie and Inez Chitty of the Wacahoota
section, were visitors in our commu
nity Sunday afternoon.
Messrs. C. B. Rou, G. C. Kinard
and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Jernigan were
visitors at the county seat Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Mixson of Wa Wacahoota
cahoota Wacahoota were guests of Mrs. Mary E.
Rou Saturday.
Mrs. H. W. Bishop and two chil children,
dren, children, Agnes and Jack, of Reddick,
were visiting friends here Sunday
Word has been received from Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Rou that the ship on which he
and Roy Nettles, another sailor from
cur section, sailed had landed safely
in Norfolk, Va., and would sail
about the 20th inst.
Edison phonograph records will be
sold Friday at Burnett's auction sale.
Night Phones 225 and 423
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f 1
the better. That was six years 23
and I am still here and am a wtH
strong woman, and I owe my llfs to)
CarduL I had only taken frf tha
bottl wbea I began to feel better.
The. misery in my side got less,,. J
continued right on taking the Cardd
until I had taken three bottles 'and I
did not need any more for I waj well
and never felt better In my life... I
have never had any trouble from that
day to this."
Do you zdtler from headache, back backache,
ache, backache, pains in sides, or other discom discomforts,
forts, discomforts, each month? Or do you feel
weak, nervous and fassed-out? If eo,
give Cardui, thet woman's tonic, &
trial. J. 71

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