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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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Enthusiastic Reception Given
Him on Arrival by an Im-

, Paris March 14. (By Associated
Press.) The supreme council of. the
peace conference has virtually decided
to include in the preliminary peace
treaty the requirement that Germany
'- shall relinquish her lease of Tsing
Tac and all properties and conces concessions
sions concessions on the Shantung peninsula.
Brest, March 14. President Wil Wil-.
. Wil-. son and party left here for Paris at
11 o'clock last night. The George
Washington entered the harbor, at
7:40, President and Mrs. Wilson dis disembarking
embarking disembarking at 9;1t5.
President Wilson was in excellent
health, apparently having benefited
by his rest since he left here Feb. 15.
Immense crowds of American soldiers
stationed here endeavored to get a
view 'of the president. y
Paris,' March 14. President Wil Wilson
son Wilson arrived in Paris, .shortly after
noon today. Although the time of
the president's, arrival was not made
public, a great crowd had gathered atj
the station. The station was decorat
ed with flowers and flags ; and the
, present to vdo the military honors.
London, March' 14. If Germany
doesn't get large food supplies during during-April,
April, during-April, literal starvation will jresult,
says a Reuter dispatch from Berlin.
-Weimar, March 14. (By the As Associated
sociated Associated Press".) All the German
delegates to the peace conference will
be on an equal f ooting, although
Count Von Brockdorff-Rantzau, : for foreign
eign foreign minister, will be the leader. The
party will not have power to make
final decisions, this being vested in
the cabinet. :
Copenhagen, March -14. The num number
ber number of victims of the latest Spartacan
disturbance in Berlin, according to
the Zeitung Am Mittag of that city,
is so. great it has been difficult to find
accommodations for the bodies in thy
Berlin morgues. The paper lists more
than 500 bodies in various morgues.
Saloniki, March 14. Turkish
troops in southern Asia Minor are ig
noring the armistice and terrorizing
the Greeks in that region, according
to advices received here.
Basel, March 14. The Berlin in insurrection
surrection insurrection may be considered sup suppressed,
pressed, suppressed, Gustave Noske, the ministe
of defense, announced in the national
assembly at Weimar yesterday, a
German dispatch reports. Only one
suburb remained to be cleared of the
Spartacans, the, minister stated.
Peking, Thursday, March 13. It Is
announced here that, the secret treat treaties
ies treaties between China and Japan will be
published Friday, j
Today : Carlyle Blackwell and Eve Evelyn
lyn Evelyn Greeley in "Courage for Two."
Saturday: Priscilla Dean in "The
Hired Husband."
Monday: May Allison in "A Suc Successful
cessful Successful Adventure." '.
Tuesday: Norma Talmage in "The
Forbidden City." V :
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The members of Dickison Chapter,
U. D. C, will meetn at the home of
Mrs. J. H. Spencer, on Oklawaha ave-'
nue, at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon. All
members who are in arrears will
please come prepared to pay their
', dues, as funfis are urgently needed.
Mrs. S.v R. Whaley, Secretary.
We have everything you may need
in the way of Sick Room Necessities.
The Court Pharmacy. m-w-f

Will Open Victory Loan Campaign
with Speeches in Twin and Windy.
Cities' Next Week v
' (Associated Press)
Washington, March 14. Secretary
Glass will make Victory Liberty Loan
speeches in Minneapolis and St. Paul,
March, 20th, and in Chicago the day
following, it was announced today.
Washington March 14. Secretary
Daniels left s Washington today fpr
New York to; sail tomorrow for Eu Europe.'
Washington, March 14. Although
operating -expenses of the principal
railroads decreased m January, gross
and net operating revenues fell about
fifty-four million dollars short of the
government monthly rental "obliga "obligation,
tion, "obligation, atnountihg to approximately
seventy-five million dollars.
Director General Densmore an announces
nounces announces that the United States em employment
ployment employment service will be reduced 80
per cent, effective March 22d, because
Congress failed to provide funds s to
continue the work.
Unless Shipping in America's Princi
pal Port is to. be Permament Permament-ly
ly Permament-ly Tied Up
(Associated Press).
New. York, March 14. Command Commandeering
eering Commandeering by the government of a fleet of
harbor craft sufficient to restore
traffic in New York's strike-bound
harbor to normal conditions,, has been
decided upon by officials of the army
and navy and the United States Ship Shipping
ping Shipping Board.
If the boats are taken over by gov government
ernment government agencies they will be man manned
ned manned by union crews, operating under
the basic eight-hour day, on the wage
scale recently agreed upon by the
railroad administration.
Baxter; & Stapp. This is the name
of a new law firm that has been form formed
ed formed for the practice of law in this city.
The', firm is composed of Mr. Maxwell
Baxter, who has just returned to civil
life after a year and a half of. army
service, and who, with his wife, have
just moved to this city from Tampa,
and Mr. E. L. Stapp of this city.
Mr. Baxter is a graduate of the
University of Florida, and prior to
Kis entry in the army about eighteen
months agoV practiced law for four
years at Tampa, where he built up a
large practice and was considered a
leder of -the young attorneys of
outh Florida.
. During his army service Mr. Bax Baxter
ter Baxter was connected with the air branch
ox the service and at the time' of re receiving
ceiving receiving his discnarge a weeK ago, held
a commission as first lieutenant 4n
that division of the service. Fort
Lauderdale Sentinel.
. There, will be no program at the
club Saturday on account of the short
ccurse in domestic science, beginning
Monday, -March 17th, and continuing
through the week, in which the home
economics committee will co-operate
with the extension service workers.
All the women of Ocala and commu community
nity community are cordially invited and urged
to attend these meetings.
Mrs. William Hocker, President
Mrs. George Taylor, Rec. Sec'y.


i Do

Efficiency Lecture Illustrated
Wfith Moving Pictures at the
Courthouse this evening



Arrangements have been completed
by the board of trade to bring to
Ocala tonight at 8 o'clock,' in :tfie
courthouse, the noted fecture and mo motion
tion motion pictures, entitled, "The Troubles
of. -.a Merchant and How to Stop
Them." The lecture and pictures will
brings to the merchant, clerk and pro professional
fessional professional man, one of the most fas
cinating stories on retail merchan merchandising
dising merchandising and store efficiency ? ever pre presented.
sented. presented. Mr. R. H. Kennedy will be
the lecturer, and, by moving pictures
and stereopticon "views, will show and
explain some of the latest and best
methods on storekeeping arrange arrangement
ment arrangement of goods,' window display, how
to write newspaper ads. and how to
get best results therefrom and many
other interesting things relating to
retail business.
The feature of the evening will bt.
a three-reel film showing "The Trou Troubles
bles Troubles of a Merchant" the mistakes
that usually occur in the average
store, the indifference among cler-i
cn account pi lack of proper super supervision,
vision, supervision, bad system poorly, arranged
stock which resulted in losses and
leaks- in"the business and finally
caused the t merchant to become dis disheartened
heartened disheartened and about to give up the
The lecture and pictures bring out
many other ideas 'of interest to the
merchant, and are instructive as well
as entertaining". .These pictures have
been shown before some of the larg largest
est largest state and national conventions,
under the auspices of chambers of
commercie, boards of trade, merch merchants'
ants' merchants' associations and other business
organizations, and have received the
highest commendation and endorse endorsement.
ment. endorsement. The lecture and pictures have been
secured through the courtesy of the
National Cash Register Company, of
Dayton, Ohio. There will be no
charge for admission, and every mer merchant
chant merchant and clerk in the city will, no
doubt, take advantage of the opportu opportunity
nity opportunity offered and attend. Ladie, too,
are cordially invited to atend. Tickets
can be secured from any member of
the board of trade or at the Star of office.'
fice.' office.'
. (Associated Press)
- i
- Jacksonville, March 14 A seaplane
of "the Jacksonville-Brunswick air
patrol service crashed into the sand
at Pablo Beach yesterday afternoon
and was completely demolished. Ma Machinist
chinist Machinist Long was injured in the le&
but Ensigi James Wolf, pilot, escap
ed uninjured.
Arcadia, March 14. Major Ralph
Cousins, eommandiQ officer at Payne
Field, Miss., and Lieut. Stronjr, 'ei
route from West Point to Carlstrom
Field, were caught in a heavy fog and
forced to land on the railroad track
near Waycross, Ga., yesterday. The
officers escaped injury, but; the air
plane was wrecked.
We desire to express our. thanks to
the Star for notices, to friends for
the loan of pictures, curios, screens,
etc.-, to" those members of the club foi foi-use
use foi-use of cars in collecting and return returning
ing returning articles borrowed, to Mrs. Ther Ther-rell,
rell, Ther-rell, Mr. Alfred Green and : ; Mrs
Blake for valued aid in hanging and
arranging exhibits and to each and
every one who so willingly took part
on the program, or helped in any way
to make the first art load exhibit at
the Woman's Club the success it was.
The Art Committee,.
Mrs. G W. Cartin, Chairman.
The Ocala Iron Works Garage is at
your service any time night or day.
Your patronage is solicited, no mat matter
ter matter how small or how large your job
might be. 13-tf
Let us put a new filler in'that brok broken
en broken THERMOS BOTTLE. The Court
Pharmacy. x m-w-f

FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1919.

A Good Attendance at Last Night's
Meeting and Much Work Done.
Committees Appointed
The Marion County Board of Trade
met at its headquarters last evening,
and while there was no great number
in attendance, those who did show up
proved that they are in earnest in the
The board of governors Reported
that they had not yet selected a man
f oi the permanent secretaryship of
the body. C
Special committee? which' had in
charge the securing ot information
regarding construction of knitting
mill and hosiery manufacturing plant,
reported through its chairman, Mr.
Murray. The information presented
was ordered turned over to the new
industries committee for action,
Mr. H. L. Martin reported upon in investigations
vestigations investigations made regarding the Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha river route freights. This re report
port report was referred to the committee
n transportation."
CHairman Hunter of the entertain entertainment
ment entertainment committee reported that a lec lecturer
turer lecturer had been secpred to deliver an
address at the courthouse tonight.
"The Troubles of a Merchant, and
How to Stop Them'is the subject
of the lecture. Moving pictures and
stereopticon slides ;will be used in il illustrating
lustrating illustrating the lecture, and President
Duval urges every "member of the
board and also every clerk in Ocala
retail establishments to be present at
the courthouse tonight. I
The committe' in charge of the ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for entertaining the
head camp meeting of the Woodmen
of the World on March 31s"t and April
1st a"hd 2nd reported that everything
was moving along smoothly. Citizens
who will assist the committee on
April 1st by furnishing automobiles
foi the Silver Springs trip are re requested
quested requested to notify Mr. T. D. Lancas Lancaster
ter Lancaster or -Mr. Jake Brown at once.
A resolution was adopted approv approving
ing approving the stand taken by the board of
county commissioners asking the nexx
legislature to abolish the present con convict
vict convict lease system.
t President Duval made the follow
ing standing committee appointments
for the year:
Finance: John H. Taylor, chair chairman;
man; chairman; George MacKay, Roger Dodd,
H. D. Stokes and J. M. Thomas.
Transportation: D. E. Mclver,
chairman; W. R. Preer, John Dozier,
G. W. Chase, M. W. Lloyd.
New Industries: John L. Edwards,
chairman; L. R. Chazai, A. C. Cobb,
R. S. Hall, Z. C. Chambliss, Roger
Dodd, D. S. Welch, J, MvWelchj; E.
"Civic:. Jake Brown, chairman; De De-Witt
Witt De-Witt Griffin, J. J. Gerig.
Entertainment: C W. Hunter,
chairman; J. P. Phillips, Max Israel-J
son, Frank Ditto, C. Carmichael, Mack
Taylor, Ed Tucker.
Publicity: E. C. Bennett, chairman;
Frank Harris Jr., R. R. Carroll, L. M.
Murray, L. H. Pillans.
Legislative: F. R. Hocker, chair chairman;
man; chairman; E. IL Martin, W. W. Stripling.
Good Roads: Nathan Mayo, chair chairman;
man; chairman; L. K. Edwards, J. .K. Christian,
V. L. Wartmann, T. T. Munroe, E. C.
Beuchler, J. L. Grantham, George
Pasteur (Anthony), C B. Howell,
Sam H. Martin, J. G. Baskins, S. H H-Blitch,
Blitch, H-Blitch, N. A. Fort, H. W. Henry, J.
M.. Douglas,- Reuben Redding, Percy
Tfcigpen, R- F. Rogers,. R. L. Martin,
R. S. Osborne, E. A. Osborne, S. T.
Sistrunk, A. C. Blowers, J. R. Moor Moor-head,
head, Moor-head, E. F. Rou.
Membership: Max Israejson, chair chairman;
man; chairman; Frank Ditto, F. R. Hocker, L.
M. Murray and R. S. Rogers.
Oakland Sensible Six will soon
arrive. 14


14 U

Pitched Into the Japs at the
Chinese Port


Pekin, Thursday, March 13. (By
the Associated Press.) American
marines have raided the Jananese
concession at Tien-Tsin, forcing their
way into the Japanese consulate and
assaulting the consul, v according to
dispatches received here.
The trouble is said to have been
caused by rough treatment given the
American soldiers who became disorr
derly in the Japanese quarters. Jap Japanese
anese Japanese soldiers drove out the Ameri Americans
cans Americans with fixed bayonets, it is said,
wounding, two seriously.
Next day 200 angry marines off
duty paraded through the Japanese
concession,, and it is alleged they at attacked
tacked attacked every Japanese they encoun encountered.
tered. encountered. When the marines reached the
consulate they forcibly entered, it is
reported, and assaulted the consul,
wkosVnjuries-are understood to be
The consular body is deliberating
cn measures to be taken to restore
normal conditions. It is declared
feeling is running high at Tien-Tsin.
Washington," March 14. A clash
between American troop3 and Japa Japanese
nese Japanese policemen and some civilians at
Tien-Tsin was reported to the state
department today by Minister Reinsch
at. Pekin." The minister said he
would send an attache to Tien-Tsin
to investigate. No mention was made
of a raid by American marines on
the Japanese consulate and wounding
of the consul, 'reported in a .Peking
dispatch to the Associated Press. The
minister's message "was brief and
gave no details.
High command for haig
' (Associated Tress) f
London March 14. Field Marshal
Sir Douglas Haig has been appointed
commander in chief of the home
forces, succeeding General Sir Will William
iam William Robertson, who will be com.
irychder in chief of the Army of thu
All scouts will be at the lecture
room-of the library at 7:30 this eve evening,
ning, evening, by order of
,H. A. Davies, Scout Master. I
Of the many press criticisms re received
ceived received of Frederick V. Rovers' beau beautiful
tiful beautiful musical comedy, "I'm Sg Happy,"-the
following is from a Durham,
N. C, paper: :
Frederick V. Bowers,' surrounded
by, a cast of ail-stars played la'st
night to acapacity audience at the
Academy of Music. Bowers who is
welL known in Durham, starred last
night yi "I'm So Happy." As usual
Frederick V. accomplished high-grade
acting. It was sis songs, however,
that brought the crowd to a point of
ecstacy, and left it applauding and
calling to him for "more."
While standing out prominently in
the role of leading man, Bowers wa
not alone in the spotlight. "Tlie stars
backing, him us, made the show come
up t 10d per cent good. Robert Jack Jackson
son Jackson and Louise Larson did the danc dancing
ing dancing tsunt that came pretty near
bringing, the roof down. This duet
of dancers went through all. of the
high class dances of by-gone days
and then did some new stunts, just
to show the audience they appreciat appreciated
ed appreciated the applause. The voices were also
up to standard, Mary Kikoyne and
Irma Bertrand taking the honors.
There were others who came in for a
share of the glory.
Edgar Sedan, taking the part of
Percival Fuller, found, the audience
just at the right time and took ad advantage
vantage advantage of his opportunity. He was
easily the best "Percy" that. Has
found .consideration in Durham dur during
ing during many theatrical seasons.
As a whole it was a good show,
with good costumes and plenty of
pretty scenery. And -the chorus was
also there.

VOL. -26, "NO. G5

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in feu me
Request for Safe Conduct to Paris
.. Would Do Nothing but .Make
. Them Ridiculous
(Associated I'ress)
Dublin, March l i. The Sinn Fein Fein-eib
eib Fein-eib ,say they .are "in accord with in international
ternational international .custom" in asking the
British government for safe conducts
for their delegates to the peace con conference,
ference, conference, but it is said they won't ask
for passports.'
Soldiers May be Called in from Camp
Gordon to Take the Places
cf Strikers
(Associated 'Press)
Atlanta, March 14 Approximately
lt-00 railroad clerks employed by all
lines entering Atlanta struck today
in sympathy with the striking clerks
of the Nashville, Chattapooga & St.
Louis railroad. Freight trafHc here
is virtually tied up. The handling of
baggage and ticket selling at the
passenger stations have been greatly
. J. A. Baldwin, superintendent of
the Atlanta division of the Western
& "Atlantic railroad, over which the
N. C. & St. L. comes into Atlanta,
stated last night that a conference
was being held to determine-the ad advisability
visability advisability of, using Camp Gordon sol soldiers
diers soldiers to replace 125 clerks employed
at the terminal station, union depot
and uptown" ticket office?, maintained
by the railroad administration, who
jome da walkout with the N. C. & St.
L. clerks yesterday.
(Associated Tress)
Pensacola, March 14. Eml John Johnson,
son, Johnson, -a isegro, who officers say admit admitted
ted admitted he attacked a white woman at
Pace, Fla., was take'n from Sheriff
HarVell at Castleberry this morning
and burned to death near the scene
of his crime.
The extension workers assist sd by
the home economic committee of the
Woman's, Club will begin their short
course or housekeepers' week at the
Woman's Club building Monday.
March 17, continuing through Friday.
' Mi ?3 Donella Griffin, Miss Minnie
Floyd and Miss Mae Marsh are send
from the government extension de departments
partments departments connected with the Wom Women's
en's Women's College at Tallahassee.
Mis3 GrifTin's subject will be "Foods
and Their Value and Need3 of the
Body." Miss Floyd specializes cn poul poultry
try poultry and Miss Mar.-h is the dairy spec specialist.
ialist. specialist. At these meetings our home demon demonstration
stration demonstration agent, Mrs. Moor head, will
represent the canning department. A
crrdial invitation is extended to every
woman and housekeeper in Ocala and
vicinity to attend all these meetings,
and they should not fail to take ad advantage
vantage advantage of' this splendid opportunity.
Mrs. B. IL Seymour,
Chairman Home Economics.
Remember you get quality service
at quantity price at the Ocala Iron
Works Garage. 12-tf
If you feel your bones achir.g get a
box of Rexal Cold Tablets at Geri g's
Drug Store. It may prevent your
having "flu." tf

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What has become of Mr. Dooley ?
A bowlegged man finds it hard work
to be dignified.-
A dull thud is a sickening sound,
more especially when you make it
yourself. :...
Poets seldom have a sense of hu humor.
mor. humor. If they had they would not
write poetry.
During the war, 200,000 Jews were
in the United States army They had
2(!00 killed and 8000 wounded. ;
By the time a man is experienced
enough to carry on a love affair to
pczj.eci.iun, ne is wu uiu w nave die.
BernstoriT says the ; U-boat war
wrecked Germany, He has changed
his mind since the Lusitania was
sunk. ,'. : ;
In the old' days they used to some-
timps snv vf a cirl "SVia nnt.a rm
airs.". In these days she puts on very
little else. v
It is reported that the troops in the
American army of occupation will
take ships for home at" Antwerp and
Rotterdam. v
There is some gpmfort these days in
ordering your meat by phone. You
can't see how little you are getting
for your money. V y r -;
Representative Frank W. Mondell
of Wyoming will be republican floor
leader of the House. He is said to be
an extreme reactionary. ;
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Strikes on streetcar lines are" so
frequent that when a man leaves
home in the morning, he isn't certain
but what he will have to walkback.
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We judge from the reports ; that
come from Germany that the faction
called the Spartacans' is largel-f com composed
posed composed of soldiers and sailors, who by
the orders of 'their superiors, which
thsy probably found no great reluc reluctance
tance reluctance to obey, learned to committ all
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sorts of outrages on the helpless.
Robbing and killing non-combatants
cn land, sinking unarmed ships on the
sea, formed for them habits difficult
to break off, and since the women and
children of France and Belgium are
out of their power, they can't help

wreaking their wickedness on those
of Germany.
Amelia Barr, who died a few dayt
ago, would not be a popular writer in
these days. Her stories were too clean
and honest. Two of the prime fav favorites
orites favorites of today are Rupert Hughes
and George Randolph Chester.
Hughes' stories are all erotic, stim stimulating
ulating stimulating to lust and gratifying to the
morally unclean. Chester's narration
of the swindling exploits of Get-Rich-Quick
Wallingford are specially cal calculated
culated calculated to cause the reader to consider
dishonesty as cleverness. Yet the
effusions of these writers are far
more widely read, not only by the un unthinking,
thinking, unthinking, or -the depraved, but by
church members, business men ana,
worst bf all, by boys and girls, than
the works of Scoti and. Dickens,
Reade and Thackeray. And they have
a vast host "of imitators all turning
out stories that either put a premium
orii rascality or of the class that a
gentleman can not read aloud in the
presence of ladies. One good thing
about the war was that it temporar temporarily
ily temporarily put such stuff in the background.
But it is coming back now, and no re relief
lief relief nor reformation in sight.
Sixteen flying fields and three bal balloon
loon balloon fields are to be maintained per permanently
manently permanently by the war department, but
actual instruction in flying will be
conducted at only two. Others will be
held in reserve. The fields have not
definitely been decided upon, but. two
will be in Florida, one in Mississippi
and one in Georgia. v
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General C. R. Forrest of the Unit
ed Confederate Veterans, announces
that Savannah has been selected, for
the 1919 reunion. He said that Tampa
and Denver withdrew, their invita
tions, leaving Savannah the only an
pcant for the reunion. The Forest
City will be a splendid place for- the
There will be a verbal battle of
giants in Boston March 19 when Sen
a tor Lodge and President Lowell of
Harvard University debate the league
of nations. The debate is to take
place in Symphony Hall, in whfth all
the seats have already been taken.
: The British government has filed
with our state department a peremp
tory objection to its issuing passports
to prohibition advocates from the
United States to any part of the Britr
ish empire. f v
Some time i last year) the govern government
ment government jumped on the Western Union
Telegraph Company for sending nigjit
messages by mail. Now it is: doing
the same thing. ?
A young man in love, with a girl
often sends her roses- in a long paper
box, but the roses on her cheeks come
sometimes out of a little round' box.
r-rl.-y- BELLE VIEW '.iy
Bellevjew, March 13. Thursday
evening a fish fry was lield on the
edge of ; Lake Lillian, which was en-
juyeu uy an.
Friday evening the usual dance was
held at the league and in spite of the
weather a' good crowd was present.
. Mrs. Annie Sheffield, : Mrs. : Maud
Rochf ord and Mrs. Fred Grantham
were guests of Mrs. Delbert Haskell
at her home Saturday.
Rev. W. H. Wrighton of Ocala
preached at the Baptist church Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, and his sermon was enjoyed much
y all. :
- Mr. and Mrs. Denton and two
daughters of Bridgeport, Conn came'
Wednesday and will be boarding at
O. M. Gale's for a time.
Mr. Will Coggswell has been on the
sick list fo rthe past week.
Mr. O. S. Shade left Sunday for
Jacksonville, after a short' visit with
friends and relatives. ;
. Mr and. Mrs. Will Lucius and chil children,
dren, children, Mrs Pratt and Mrs.-Marguerite
Pierce and little daughter, Olive took
a pleasant auto trip to' Ocala and
Lake Weir Sunday. .";""'
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bowley left
Tuesday for their home in Newport,
Vermont. v ; .' V -'. -'
Miss Myrtle Maier and Mr. Curry
Rutherford, Miss Gladys Maier and
Mr. Libby Fore came up from Wild Wild-wood
wood Wild-wood Sunday evening and attended
the B. Y..P. U. at the Baptist church.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and lit little
tle little Charles and Mrs. Freeman and
Miss EtheV visited friends, and rela relatives
tives relatives in Shady Sunday.
Mr. Payton Liddell is enjoying her
new Ford car which her husband has
recently purchased.
Mr. 1. 1. Strong is working in Lake Lakeland.
land. Lakeland. Mrs. Maud Murry of Gainesville and
children came Wednesday to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Fielding.
Mrs. Doolittle has recently sold her
pretty home to Miss 1L E. Powers.
. Mr.: and Mrs. Andrews returned
Saturday, from a very pleasant visit
to St. Petersburg and Tampa.
V The annual meeting of the members
of the Marion County Hospital Asso Association,
ciation, Association, will be held at the hospital on
Tuesday, March 11th, 1919, at nine
o'clock a. m. The object of the meet meeting
ing meeting is for the election of officers for
the ensuing year and for the trans transaction
action transaction of such other business as may
come before the meeting.
T. T. Munroe, 'President 'President-Attest:
Attest: 'President-Attest: E. H. Martin, Sec'y. 2-14-fri

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Never Hard and Smooth Enough to
Prevent Immediate Rutting by
Wheels of Wagons,
Gravel roads are never hard and
smooth 'enough when opened to travel
to prevent almost Immediate rutting by
tie wheels of heavily loaded wagons.
In fact, .a gravel which contains enough
clay to pack Immediately under the
roller or in a few days under travel
will always prove to give a muddy
road when the frost Is going out In the
spring and during prolonged wet spells
at other seasons of the year. If such
gravels are found on a road they can
be greatly Improved by covering the
surface with a thin layer of sandy
gravel, applied when the road Is soft
and allowed to mix under travel, the
road being kept smooth by the frequent
use of the road drag.
On any gravel road, dragging with
a suitable road drag should begin after
the first good rain following the com completion
pletion completion of the road and be continued
after each subsequent rain until the
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Well-Kept Gravel R6ad.
road surface becomes so hard and
smooth that' heavily loaded wagons
make no impression on the surface.
But dragging must be frequent the
first fall until winter sets In and the
following spring until the middle of
May or the first of June. After, thai
the dragging will not be very effective,
unless the rains are of long enough
duration to soften the. surface slightly,
and may therefore be less frequent.
But dragging will be found very effec effective
tive effective and efficient In the late fall and
In the spring when the frost Is coming
out and before the gravel is fully set settled.
tled. settled.
Too Much Money Spent for Construc Construction
tion Construction and Too Little for Proper
In many a county in the South the
condition of the roads .is the same as
those which the editor of the Clinton
.Democrat describes as existing In-his
county. He says:
'We can't survive the impression
that he have wasted a lot of money;
that we have built a lot of roads that
have gone back to their former condi condition,
tion, condition, from neglect ; that we have bur burdened
dened burdened our posterity with a debt that
has proved to be a rather bad Invest Investment.
ment. Investment. We have burdened our children'
with the bonds that will be mighty
hard to pay, and we, will have to an answer
swer answer for a great deal. If for their $150. $150.-000
000 $150.-000 -we leave them a legacy of mud mud-holes,
holes, mud-holes, a heritage of sand and water.
One of the main defects in our present
program, we think. Is the fact that we
are spending all of our money on con construction
struction construction and are not taking proper
thought for the maintenance of the
roads.- The Progressive Farmer.
Observe Same Rules of Drainage as
Apply for Earth Roads New
Surface for Concrete.
, The maintenance of concrete roads
consists of observing the" rules t of
drainage as for earth roads, and In
filling with tar any cracks that may
develop. Nothing can be done for the
surface when It begins to deteriorate
and break down. It will serve as a
base for some of the higher types of
bituminous surface, and after the con-'
crete has served its usefulness It
should be resurfaced with a bitumin bituminous
ous bituminous wearing surface.
Every State After Funds.
Every state in the Union accepted
the terms of the federal road act and
applied for the funds thus made avail available.
able. available.
Prevent Foundering Horse.
Never water or grain a horse, that Is
much heated to do this is Hkelj to
founder" and .so ruin him.
Favor Wide-Tired Trucks.
Wide-tired trucks for farm hauling
are gaining In favor among those, wha
liave put them In useV

What Is The Cause of
Backache is perhaps the most commor
ailment from which women suffer. Rarely
do you find anybody free from it. Some Sometimes
times Sometimes the cause is obscure, but Dr. Pierce,
of Buffalo, N. Y.f a high medical authority,
says the cause is very often a form ol
catarrh that settles in the delicate mem membranes
branes membranes of the feminine organs. When
these organs are inflamed, the first symp symptom
tom symptom 13 backache, accompanied by bearing bearing-down
down bearing-down sensations, weakness, unhealthy dis discharges,
charges, discharges, irregularity, painful periods, irri irritation,
tation, irritation, headache and a general run-down
condition. Any woman in this condition
is to be pitied, but pity docs not cure, Ihe
trouble cajis for Dr. Pierce's Favonte
Prescription, which is a separate and
tinct medicine for women. It is made of
roots and herbs put up without alcohol or
opiate of any kind, for Dr. Pierce uses
nothing else in his prescription. Favorite
Prescription is a natural remedy for wo women,
men, women, for the vegetable growths of which it
is made seem to have been intended by
Nature for that very purpose. Thousands
of girls and women, young and pld, have
taken it, and thousands have written
grateful letters to Dr. Pierce saying it
made them vrell. In taking Favorite Pre Prescription,
scription, Prescription, it is reassuring to know that it
goes straight to the cause of the trouble.

There is but one way to overcome sickness,
and that is to overcome the cause. That
is precisely what Favorite Prescription is
intended to do.
Send 10c for trial, pkg. of Tablets.
Address Invalids Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.
Constipated women, as well as men, are
advised by Dr. Pierce to take his Pleasant
Pellets. They are just splendid for cos-
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Aftlaiaflic Hotel
nr and Hojran St. .Jacksonville, Fla.
All railroad ticket offices In building,
center of everything. All modern Im Improvements,
provements, Improvements, i'lrst class in -every par particular.
ticular. particular. Hates, one person, 1 to $1.50;
two persons, 2 to $2.50. Bath $1.50, $2;
two people. $2.50. $3.
4-3 K. FRANK PIERCE. Prop..
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Eo Co cFM0)AM & CO,"
Funeral Directors and Embolmers
We deliver caskets free anywhere in the county.
. Calls promptly answered night or day.
Day Phone 10 Night Phones 225 and 423

A merchant who advertises uauallv
customers, and you can depend on his
sells It off. by advertising, befora It

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a' Better Maiivel!

anyone would think that

000 motor cars on one chassis plan that

on to perfection would, be

That is true in a large measure; but it happens to
be only the point at which the Maxweli executives
They decided to keep on building Maxwells better
and better as each new day went by.-.
The locomotive engineer drives his engine better
every, day. The banker who loans money does so
with more and more judgment The man at the
forge likewise. ...
- This is the principle on which the Maxwell is built
It is not new in the business world But it is sound
And today, with 300,000 Maxwells built on this
plan, anyone 'will readily understand I
Why a Maxwell runs on and on and never quits with age;
Why a Maxwell seldom turns in at a repair shop;
Why a Maxwell is so eagerly sought -for in the second secondhand
hand secondhand market.

One,of the last of more than 1000 im improvements
provements improvements made since the first Maxwell
was built is the appearance.-
Let your eyes, glance over this present
day MaxwelLand you'll think tjie 'price
$200 more than we ask for it

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tus VULCANIZE your old,
used, supposedly worn out tires
and save you money. The extra
service you'll get out of our re rebuilt
built rebuilt tireswill prove the practi practical
cal practical value of our VULCANIZ VULCANIZING.
ING. VULCANIZING. Try it on one tire and
convince yourself.
Ocala, Fin.
has something of merit to offer his
merchandise being freshr because hs
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Here is a list of

Salt Mackerel, each ..........
5-1W Pails 24-oz. Fancy Salt
, Maekerel, pail .-. fc ...
Gem Boneless Codfish, in pound
Holland Style Herring ....v.
French Sandwich Puree
Burnham's Clam Chowder .....
J apanese Crab Meat, tin ...
Dry Pack Shrimp, tin . ......
- Tuna Fish, white Vz -lb. tin .
Tuna Fish, white, -lb. tin....
R. S; Salmon Steak, -lb. tin
R. Salmon Steak, 1-lb. tin.
Herring Roe .................
, Shredded Codfish, glass ... ..
. 35c
. .15c
. 20c
. 65c
Sorrento Cheese, pound. .....
Imported Roquefort, pound
Brick Cheese, pound ....... .

Pineapple Cheese, each
Edam Cheese, each .
Pimento Cheese, jar I ...
Philadelphia Cream Cheese,
; tinfoil .
Vjpjmported Swiss, per tin .......
' McLaren's Imperial Cheese

We have other cheese. Ask
them. ,, '.:

.Frankfurters in glass ........ V.
, Finnan Haddie in glass. .... ."
Fresh Grated Horseradish, glass
Preserved Ginger in glass...
Crystalak Milk Powder .....
Hires' Root Beer Extract ....
I f ansin's J unket Tablets ..
i Tournado Kitchen Bouquet. .
1842 Apple Cider, per quart .
t Sunbeam Apple Nectar, quart.
. Domino Sugar Tablets, 2. lb..
Pomino Sugar. Tablets, 4 lb
Jack Frost 4X Pwdt Sugar....;
Cube Sugar, bulk, lb.. ...
. N Y. Canary Brown Sugar
Jordan Shelled Almonds....;...
Valencia Shelled Almonds .....
Salted Almonds,' per jar. ... .
Salted Pecan Meat, per jar. ...
Salted Peanuts, per lb..
Nutja (Nut Jam) Dates, Nuts,
' etc for sandwiches ...

Did yon Icnow that tills
store Is brim foil of ffoocl
tldnos to eat '-Tlte best In
e state." X
Corrected eyesight has
X been the open door to
r good. Health lor tnou-
" S.' sands ; of people who
didn't dream there was -, anything
wrong with their eyes.
Dr. K. J. Weihe,
Eyesight Specialist
y Graduate Optometrist -With
Weihe Co., Jewelers, Ocala, Fla.
salt wmm
Deliciobs fresh caught Dry
Salt Fish direct to the consumer
by prepaid parcel post or express
15 lbs. lor $100 S
-Special price oa barrel lofs
The Lenten, Season coming,
Fish will be scarce, order now
before prices advance, v
St; George on the Gulf
v Apalachicola, Florida
: lite ureal
nfluenza Tornado
s About Spent
But in its wake' countless thousands
are left listless, colorless, weak and
emaciated. The physical forts of its
victims, have been battered to pieces.
Nature needs assistance in rebuilding
the system. The red corpuscles in the
blood can be restored by taking No.
101 Tonic. This Tonic contains iron
which we all know makes rich blood;
it also contains quinine which drives
out the malarial v germs i and ; aids
' greatly in the restoration of this hu hu-man
man hu-man system. The magnesia in this
..o. 101 Tonic acts gently upon the
; bowels and rids -.' the system of all
poisonous and refuse matter. Begin
today and take it at least two weeks.
'VAt drug stores.
Sole Manufacturers
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Honey than any other
contractor In the city.


If you have any society, items,
please pfcone One-Two-One (121).
Company A, County Guards, meets
at the armory for drill tonight.
V ;
Mrs. John Pasteur, who has been
spending the week at Lake Weir, re returned
turned returned home today.
TheiEastern Stars will hold their
regular meeting this evening at eight
o'clock at Yonge's hall.
We specialize in Stationery that
lends Personality to the user. The
Court Pharmacy. m-w-f
Mrs. D. W. Tompkins has as her
guests, Mrs. Scott, and small son,
Otley Webb, from Okeechobee.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Godwin and
daughter of Jacksonville are visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
" 40,000 eggplant and pepper plants,
25 cents per hundred; fifty for 15
cents (les sthan 50 not sold.) Ocala
Greenhouse. 14-6t
Mrs. J. D. Rooney and children,
Miss Annie and Master Tuck Rooney,
left this afternoon for Tampa, where
they will make their future home.
: Mr. ,N. "A.Davis and Mr. Styles Mc Mc-McDougald,
McDougald, Mc-McDougald, who have been spending
a few days at Crystal River, on a fish fishing
ing fishing trip, returned to Ocala -last eve evenings
nings evenings J,'-.'"'.: :,, : i :,; v'
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Mrs. W. P. Heath and two children
of Montgomery, Ala., are guests of
Mrs. Heath's mother, Mrs. Mary
Taylor, at her home on South Third
street. ,-'
Mr. and Mrs. McGuire of Pittsburg,
Pa., "who for the past two winters
have made their home at the Colonial,
have again" returned "to Ocala. Before
coming to Ocala; Mr. and 'Mrs. Mc-
Guire visited relatives in the southern
part of the state.
Mr. Automobile Owner, look at this:
Carbon burned out of four cylinders
for $3; six cylinders, $4, "at the Ocala
Iron Works Garage. 13-tf
Mr. and Mrs. W. S.Durst of Doug Douglas,
las, Douglas, Ga., who have been visiting Mr.
D, W Tompkins, have, left for a
short1 trip to Clearwater and St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg On their return trip Mr.
and Mrs. Durst expect to stop in
Ocala, for a (few'days, probabljt some
time next weeK. v
Mrs. T. B. Griggs. of Lynne is hap happy
py happy over the receipt of a message
from his son, Private Emmett E.
Griggs, who is with the 343rd Field
Artillery, stationed :,at Wonzalfeld,1
Germany. Private Griggs is well, but
like all the. other boys anxious for the
word to come home.
The war is over and we are .now
using no substitutes in our famous
Butternut bread. Carter's Bakery, tf
Wallace Reid, as usual, proved very
intersting jn "Less than Kin,w to the
three good houses that filled the Tem Temple
ple Temple yesterday afternoon and" evening.
Wallace was more submissive ; than
usual, but was all to the good all the
same. Two other great favorites,
Carlyle Blackwell and Evelyn Gree-
rley, will appear this evening in "Cour
age for Two', Mutt and Jeff will also
be on hand and show us how to run a
hotel. V :
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. Qome and get
yours at Gerigs Drug-Store. tf
The Temple will have some specially
big pictures soon. William Farnum
will appear in "Les Miserables,"
adapted from Victor Hugo's greatest
work. Theda Bara is to give us
"Salome" and "Cleopatra," two pic pictures
tures pictures of national fame. And Annette
Kellerman will appear in "Queen of
the Sea," in which her fascinating
outlines will le most harmoniously
Kl D. X., a guaranteed DANDRTJFi'
remedy,, sold by the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. V ''';)) m-w-f
Mrs. Christian Ax received the sad
news last night that her mother,
Mrs. Keidle of Baltimore is very sick.
Mrs. Ax and Miss Adela Ax left, on
the : midnight train for Baltimore.
Miss Edith Duncan, who arrived last
week from New -York to be tie guest
of Miss Adela Ax, returned to her
home, going as far Baltimore with
Mrs. Ax and Miss Adela. The many
friends in Ocala of Mrs. Ax and Mrs.
Keidel, who spent the winter in Ocala
several years ago, hope that Mrs.
Kidel's illness is not. so serious as first
thought. v
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Notice is hereby given that the an annual
nual annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Martel Lumber Company will be
held at the offices of the company, at
Martel, Florida, on the 18th day ol
March, 1919, at ten o'clock a. m. At
said meeting will be presented a reso resolution
lution resolution to dissolve the said corporation
pursuant to the laws of Florida, and
wind up its affairs.
- By order of the president.
Walter Ray, President.
J. K. Kelley, Secretary. 2-14-fri

Ocala High School-Department

Those exempted from examinations
are Francis Drake, Frances Clark,
Barbara Ware Johnson, Jonnie Lou
Potter, H. M. Baxter.
Those who made an average of 80
and above in the examinations are
Martha Preer, Anna Priest, Lucile
Home, 'Dorothy" Preer, Marie Watson,
Harold Knight, Carlos Clayton and
Billy turner.
The fourth grade is very sorry to
lose one of its pupils, Edward Brown,
who is leaving this week for Ohio.
Miss Wetherbee said to David:
"David, what is a strait?"" David an answered,
swered, answered, "A strait is a place that auto automobiles
mobiles automobiles and carriages ride on."
Th,e fourth grade regrets the ab ab-senec
senec ab-senec of Bob Camp on account of ill illness.
ness. illness. ELEPHANT
There was a young elephant who lived
in a town,
And she worked and worked the
whole year 'round.
She put her loot in her tent and she
put it out.
But she couldn't find room for her big
, old snout.
Sometimes she was all diked out in
. laces,
Because she had won in the races;
Sometimes she had a wool blanket
over her, v
And it made her think she had on fur.
She did this and she did' that,
But she couldn't learn how to tat.
bo one day this young elephant said, 1
"1 believe I will cut off. my head."
Johnnie Lou Potter.
The following pupils of the seventh
grade A were exempt from, all the ex examinations
aminations examinations for ; the first semester:
Carolyn Peyser, Mary Carolyn Hogan,
Ben Culverhouse and Charles Brown.
Jessie Ray Culverhouse had to take
only one examination..
(Edited by. the Senior Class)
The high school received- an unex unexpected
pected unexpected gift a few days ago. Sidney
Perry presented a very pretty dull
brass bugle to the high school depart department,
ment, department, but we all realized that she
really had the military company in
mind. ; Nevertheless, we appreciated
the gif and shall enjoy hearing it
used as soon as the "efficient bugler,"
Wilfred Harold, feels that he can per perform
form perform in public. Sidney is what we
call a loyal aumna.
People will soon realize that wo
have a high school in Ocala if our
students continue to-represent us so
worthily in affairs of public interest.
The programs during the art exhibit
at the, Woman's, Club were highly
creditable to the performers, many of
whom were high school students.
Among those students who took part
in the programs were Marguerite Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, Kathleen Leitner, Grace Pal Palmer,
mer, Palmer, Catherine Henry, Ullaine Bar Bar-nett,
nett, Bar-nett, Elizabeth Hocker, Rhoda Thom Thomas
as Thomas and Mary Lane.
v The 29th of the month will be the
anniversary of the day that our be beloved
loved beloved Prof. Henderson left to join
the army Y? M. C. A. ; He is now in
France and altho' he was in the fight fighting
ing fighting we feel sure that he has done his
bit to the best of his ability. No
doubt he has many lonely moments
and in order to lighten some of them,
we propose that the day of his de departure
parture departure be cdmmemorated by each of
us sending a letter or postcard. How
many are willing to do that? His
address is Sixteenth Sanitary Squad,
American Army P. O. 121, Dijon,
v Commissioned officers of the battal battalion
ion battalion do not have to march with the line,
any more, but are allowed to come up
at their own pleasure.
The senior privileges have centain centain-ly
ly centain-ly fled. In former years, seniors
were exempted from literary pro-gi-ams
after Christmas, but now even
that privilege is .gone. It departed
with the literary society.
Leonard .Todd, a last year's grad graduate,
uate, graduate, now of Florida University, was
in town last week-end. He told the
senior boys in strict. confidence. that
the Ocala rats would be the first on
the list for "initiation into the H
Bent Society" next year.
Vandals and rotten spots seem tw
be on the decline. No more crap crap-shooting,
shooting, crap-shooting, matching, stump speeches
aiid cremation of trash barrels. There
is some hope for young America yet.
; Bee sting is stimulating but not
What receptable nine inches long,
four inches wide and three inches
deep will cotnain a solid foot. Jack
Camp's shoe.
Some definitions from Allen's dic dictionary:.
tionary:. dictionary:. Athlete: A dignified bunch of mus muscles
cles muscles unable to split wood or mow the
Athletics: Stunts performed in. the
library. Only S. O. L. "members ad admitted.
mitted. admitted. Busy: C( Ask Mr. Cassels.)
Curls: Superinduced superficiality.
Dancing A brisk physical exercise
invented by St. Vitus, in 'which the
feet are alternately wagged.
Dust: Mud with the juice squeezed
Exams: Classical torture invented
by the Hottentots.
Explosion: A good chance to start
at the bottom and work up.
Freshman: Me four years ago and
a train next vcar.
1 Grind: One who indulges in intel intellectual
lectual intellectual gymnastics, without fresh air.

Intelligence: Something sometimes
found in the lower animals but never
in a freshman.
Joke: Leonard scanning YirgiL
Juniors: Name derived from June June-bug
bug June-bug family, characterized by its buz buz-ging
ging buz-ging qualities.
Laugh: A -peculiar contortious of
the human countenance, voluntary or
involuntary, superinduced by a con con-tatentation
tatentation con-tatentation of external circumstances,
sen or heard, of a ridiculous, ludic ludicrous,
rous, ludicrous, jocose, mirthful, funny, face facetious;
tious; facetious; or fanciful nature and accom accompanied
panied accompanied by a cackle, chuckle, chortle,
cachination, giggle, gurgle, guffaw or
Lessons: Superhuman tasks daily
imposed on us.
' Kiss: Nothing divided by two.
Office: The throne of the "Powers
what am."
Sheppard: One who guides a flock
of muttonheads thru the fields of
Sugar: Something sweet, high
school girls.
Tears: Human dew. (N. B See
Virgil class.)
Vacuum: The interior of a fresh freshman's
man's freshman's head. (
Yells: (We can't find out.)
Miss Sheppard: What was the first
prohibition organization?
Leqnard: The B. Y. P. U.
Miss Sheppard: What woman holds
first place in philanthropic work in
the United States now?
Tom: Miss Mays does in Florida.
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We, sons of today salute you
You sons of an earlier day!
We follow close behind you,
Where you have pointed he way.
The long line of you stretches
From France now centuries old,
But the heart of. each one of us quick-
At the grip of your far-off hold.
Grip hands with us now, tho we see
Grip hands with usstrengthen our
As the long way shortens and stright stright-.
. stright-. ens v
With the thrill your examples im impart.
part. impart. ;
Grip hands, though it be from the
While we pledge, as we did of yore,
That living or dying, well honor
School, country, as you'e done be before.
fore. before.
A rustic milk-maid broke a bough
As she was going to milk the cough,
. (Oh, dear I that off..
It looks like coff
What shall Ifdo nougn?
We have a funny language,
This English tongue of ours
To speak all correctly
Does surely' tax our powers.
jFor instance, now, we say a mouse,
More tnan one is mice:
We'll surely if we say a house,
Why is it never hice?
We say we trudge along on foot,
The two we call our feet,
Yet, if we need to buy a boot
Would we ask for two beet?
A cat sidebat on our fence
As laeta as could be
Her xo surgebat to the skies
Canebat merrily.
My clamor was of no avail,
Though clara I did cry,
Conspexit with mild reproof
And winked her alter eye
Quite ainly ieci boots, a lamp,
Some bottles and a boot:
Ergo, I seized my pistol," et
My aim cum cura took
I had six shots, dixi, "ye gods
May I that felis kill?"
Quamquom I took six of her lives
The other three sang still
The felis sang with maior vim,
Altho my aim was true,
Conatus sum, f utore quid
In toruitru I'd do
- A scheme advenit in my head
Seine would make her wince,
I sang et the hostis fled
Nou earn vidi since.
Once upon a time, as all good jokes
start, .there was a boy named John
Jones, and John was a good boy and
hated all feminine gender, except one
very pretty .little girl, and John's girl
loved him about as much, as he loved
her. (They must have loved each other
a good deal). So one clear, moonlight
night, John thought he would take his
beloved to church. The carriage was
small and when two sat in the same
seat it made very close quarters. So
when they started home John realized
how close he was to her and how pret pretty
ty pretty she was, and he wanted to make up
his mind to ask her to marry him, but
every time he started to a big lump
of air came in his throat. Finally,
after swallowing several lumps of air
he managed to spring the word, and
she immediately answered -him yes,
and then he became as silent as a
rock and so did she, but after they
had gone a few miles longer, she ask asked,
ed, asked, "Why don't you say something?"
and then he answered, "I've done said
too much now."
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Mrs. H. C. Petteway of Lakeland is
in the city, visiting her mother, Mrs.
Ida Gates.

If you pay for automobile repair
service, why not get it under a guar guarantee
antee guarantee of SATISFACTION or money
refunded. Ocala Iron Works Garage, tf
You don't have to telephone to find
out when your T prescription will be
delivered. We fill them as the doctor
writes them and send them cut promt promt-ly.
ly. promt-ly. Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Mrs." James Carlisle and little
daughter of Dunnellon are visiting
relatives in the city.
the kind you will appreciate. The
Court Pharmacy. m-w-f
NMiss Zelma Cason, a very attrac attractive
tive attractive young lady of Island Grove, is
visiting Miss Frances Tarver until
Mr. Tom Pasteur returned to Ocala
yesterday afternoon from short
business trip .to Palatka and Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. x
Butternut bread has now returned
to its old time flavor. The war is over
and we do not have to use any substi substitutes
tutes substitutes in its manufacture. Carter's
Bakery. : 13-tf
Mrs. Arthur Cobb has as her guest
her little niece. Miss Fay Pagan of
Trenton. The young lady came espec especially
ially especially to attend school and will be her
until the close of this year's school
The literary meeting of the mis missionary
sionary missionary society of the Methodist
church will be held at the home of
Mrs. L. N. Green Monday afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock. 3t
Mrs. Juncan McDonald entertained
a. few friends at auction this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. This informal, although de delightful
lightful delightful affairf was' in hoonr of Mrs.
McDonald's' guest, Mrs. Gardner of
Palatka. r
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Scott and son,
James and cousin. Miss M. S. Hamp
.ton will leave tonight en route to
their home in Grand Ratrids. Mich..
but making stops to visit Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, St. Augustine and Macon, Ga.
While in the city they stopped with
Mrs. Martha Williams and are so de delighted
lighted delighted with our town that they hope
to return next winter, which will bca
good news to the mapy friends they
have formed.
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This afternoon the home of Mrs.
Jack Camp was the '"scene of a de delightful
lightful delightful affair, Mrs. Jack Camp and
Mrs. M. W. Lloyd being hostesses; at
auction bridge and a tea. y
The attractive home of Mrs. Camp
was fragratn with bowls and vases
of wisteria and roses placed here arid
there o plables and cabinets.' The six
tables for auction were placed in the
reception room and large hall, and
there the players passed the after afternoon
noon afternoon in pleasant and friendly rivalry
in the game of auction.
At five o'clock a number of friends
of the hostesses were asked to join
the playersifor tea. After the games
the guests were served refreshments
consisting of parfait, vanilla wafers,
salted, nuts and crystallized fruit.
The fqrtunate winner of the highest
score was presented with a beautiful
green laquered tea trap, the consola consolation
tion consolation prize being a most attractive
Japanese basket filled with crystalliz crystallized
ed crystallized fruit.
The friends pf Mrs. Camp and Mrs.
Lloyd who were asked to five o'clock
teaw were Mrs. Herbert Fort, Mrs.
Perry, Mrs. Van Hood, Mrs. 'Winston,
Mrs. Jennie Whitfield,- Mrs. Mclver,
Mrs. Murray, Mrs. Upham of New
York, Mrs. James Camp of Franklin,
Va., Mrs. Richard Hall, Mrs. Hamp Hampton,.
ton,. Hampton,. Mrs. Frank Drake Mrs. Frank
Hams, Miss Marguerite Porter, Mrs.
Carney, Miss Elizabeth Camp of
Franklin, Va. Those of the guests
who enjoyed the afternoon at bridge
were Mrs. Henry, Mrs. Bowley, Mrs.
Borland, Mrs. Woodrow, Mrs. E. G.
Peek, Mrs. Holder, Mrs. Clarence
Camp, Mrs. Logan, Mrs. Ketchum,
Mrs. Clifton : Camp, Mrs. Charles
Lloyd, Mrs. Harvey Clark. Mrs. Will William
iam William Hocker Mrs. Robert Anderson,
Mrs. George Ford of Jacksonville,
Mrs. Albert Gerig, Mrs.' Mills-Price,
Mrs. Emily Green, Miss Mary Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, Miss Emily Stotesbury, Miss
Caroline Harriss, Miss Sue Moore
and Miss Elizabeth Davis.
PHONES 47, 104. 325
Ocala, Florida



Ocala, Fla.-, March 4, 1919.
The board of county commissioners
met with all members present. Min Minutes
utes Minutes of the meetings of Feb. 4th and
14th were read and approved.
Mr. J. F. Cocowitch and others ap appeared
peared appeared before the board in regard to
making the bridge over Blue Run a
permanent structure. After discussion
the board agreed, that if agreeable to
the tovpi of Dunnellon and said town
would sign an agreement to that ef effect,
fect, effect, the board will pay the amount of
$500 toward placing the above bridge
in good, permanent condition, the
town of Dunnellon to assume all fur further
ther further liabilities of said bridged
Mr.'T. S. Trantham, city attorney,
appeared before the board in regard
to the payment of one-half of road
taxes realized from tax, redemptions
during the fiscal year 1918-19, asking
for payment of the foregoing at the
time of settlement of regular tax and
that in the future all money so realiz realized
ed realized be paid to the city along with the
payment of regular collections
Mr. J. K. Priest appeared before the
board in regard to placing a dipping
vat in his vicinity, which matter was
I referred to Supt. T. M. McLean.
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Commissioner of district No. f filed
Mr. Matt Reiff apepared before the
board in regard to relief for family
of Albert Roundtree.
Mr.' L. L. Horne appeared before
the board in regard to taxes upon
nw of nw4 sec 18 tp 16 r 21, which
said land has been sold to the state
for over twenty years and the board
recommended to the comptroller that
he be allowed to redeem the above
land at a total expense of $100.
Toney May, a pauper, being report
ed dead was ordered stricken from
the pauper list.
The commissioners decided to meet
March 14th for the "purpose of pay
ing bills. ;
The board decided to indefinitely
postpone the matter of a road through
the lands of Mr. Fate Miller in the
Martel section and no action will be
taken in the matter until a right of
way can be amicably procured.
Mr. Simmons appeared asking that
the road from Citra to- Orange
Springs be repaired and worked over.
Warrant f or $10 was ordered drawn
upon the general fund favor R. W.
Blacklock for display rack used, in the
county demonstrator's office.
. Commissioner Davis reported that
the ferryboat at Starke's ferry is in
unsafe condition and he was instruct
ed to place a sign there to that effect,
and ascertain what can be done in the
The members of the state road com commission
mission commission and a number of citizens be
ing present, the board repaired to the
court room to meet in informal ses session
sion session .with the delegation tp discuss
convict ana roaa matters. ;
The following amendment to the
resolution passed February 5th by the
board of county commissioners: of
Marion county was passed:
"Therefore be it resolved by the
board of county commissioners of
Marion county, that we respectfully
ask and urge our senator and mem
bers of the house of representatives to
do all in their power to abolish by
law the state convict lease system to
private individuals, or corporations.
mat all oi the state- prisoners
known as class or grade No. 3, be ap
portioned to the several counties of
the state on an equitable prorated
basis, to work (to the public roads of
the different counties.
, "That in the event that any county
in the state should notf want any of
grade No. 3 convicts to work on the
public roads, then other counties shall
have the right to use the labor on tha
public roads of such convicts. That
in the event there should be a surplus
of said grade 3 convicts,' then said surT
plus shall be turned over to the state
road department to be worked on the
public highways of the state. That
all of grades 1 and 3 shall be worked
on the public roa4s as aforesaid.
"That a copy of the above amend amendment
ment amendment be sent to the boards of county
commissioners in the several counties
of the state and that a copy be sent
to each member of the .legislative
committee and the members of the
board of state institutions."
A duplicate warrant was ordered is issued
sued issued for road warrant No. 8692 favor
A. M. Bullard for $20, dated Dec.: 4,
1918. Fine and forfeiture warrant No.
6171, favor J. P. Galloway, dated Nov.
5th, 1918, was ordered cancelled.
Mr. R. F. Rogers was requested to
ask the postal authorities that the
county be allowed to close Starkes
ferry, over which runs an R. F. D.
route, for a period of 20 days, if nec necessary,
essary, necessary, for repairs.
Petition signed by fifteen land own owners
ers owners requesting the following road:
Begin at a point on the Fort Gates
road about quarter-mile from the nw
cor of sec 2 tp 15 r 24, thence east
across sec 2 connecting with the Elec Elec-tra,
tra, Elec-tra, Moss Bluff and Salt Springs road,
was received and laid over until next
A petition signed by eighteen free freeholders
holders freeholders requesting the following road:
Begin at the4 point where the Norwalk
and Salt Springs road forks in sec 11,
tp 13, h 25, extending east upon sec section
tion section line of sec 11 to line of sec 12,
thence s upon section line between
sees 11 and 12, until said line inter intersects
sects intersects the old Salt Springs road, fol following
lowing following line of Salt Springs road in a
southeasterly direction, intersecting
with the Ocala road jat Salt Springs,
received and laid over until next meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Mr. Cam reported that he is unable
to find where it is legal for the county
commissioners to operate a county.

fair and stated that it would require
legislation to make such a thing legal.
The board further decided to notify
the fair managers if tlje board could
secure proper legislation that it was
willing to take it over.
Mr. George MacKay presented
plans for constructing toilets in the
court house and the board ordered
that advertisement be made for the
construction of said toilets in accord accordance
ance accordance with plans and specifications on
file in. the clerk's '. office, bids to be
submitted at meeting April 8th.
The board recommended to the tax
collector that Hester Tuggerson be
allowed to pay taxes on lot 70 2-3 ft
n and s by 110 ft e and w in ne cor of
lot bd n by Smith St e by Orange St
N S S Ocala, on valuation of $300 in instead
stead instead of $400 as now assessed.
Bids for interest bearing coupon
warrants issued under authority of
Chapter 776,7, Laws of Florida, were
received -for purchase of warrants as
follows: Ocala National Bank, $10, $10,-000;
000; $10,-000; T. P. Drake, $10,000; Mrs. L. B.
Cam, $2000; W. B. Coggins, $4000;
C. Stanaland, $500; Alfred Ayer,
$3000; Mrs. N. A. Fort, $500.
Bids to the amount of $10,000 will
be assumed at meeting of the board
in April, and the balance will pos pos-eifcly
eifcly pos-eifcly be utilized at the meeting in
June, 1919.
Bids on 30,000 pounds of cement
were received and opened and bid of
Mclver & MacKay of $3.52 per bar barrel,
rel, barrel, including storage and reshipment
with rebate of 5c. on each sack return returned,
ed, returned, appeared to be the best bid receiv received
ed received and .was accepted. Also bid of Mc Mclver
lver Mclver & MacKay on hinges apeparing
to bethe best price submitjd it was
accepted by the boar
Jerry Carter was placed upon the
pauper list at $3 per month.
Duplicate warrant for general war warrant
rant warrant No. 7652 favo J. W. Davis for
$11.20, dated Feb. 4, was ordered is issued.
sued. issued. t
The board recommenced to the
comptroller that the heirs of Mary
Wade be allowed to redeem certificate
No. 376 sale of Oct. 3, 1898, No. 467,
sale of Aug. 7, 1899 and No. 357, sale
of 'July 1, 19017 upon face value of
certificate and omitted years taxes
without interest.
Duplicate warrant was ordered is issued
sued issued for general warrant No. 7313,
favor W. A. Meadows in amount of $2,
original being reported lost.
Commissioner Cam and T. M. Mc McLean
Lean McLean were authorized-to purchase a
one-horse, wagon and equipment for
use on dipping vat construction work.
The board authorized the consolida consolidation
tion consolidation of the road crews and equip equipment
ment equipment of district Nos. 2 and 3 to' be
turned over to district No. 3 for pres present
ent present operations, and the consolidation
of crews and equipment of districts
Nos 1 and 5 and tj be turned over to
district No. 5 for the present.
Several persons appearing before
the board in the interest of the ap appointment
pointment appointment of probation officer for the
county, the matter was considered by
the board and it was decided that such
probation officer could not be appoint appointed
ed appointed as no provision has been made in
the budget, for te payment of such
The following notary public" bonds
were approved: E. F. Sipple, Ruby
Cappleman, E. A. Turnipseed and
Glover W. Miller.
Communication was received from
the board of county commissioners of
DeSoto county enclosing resolution
passed by that board expressing that
it favors the abolition of the present
convict lease system.
The county depository, county
judge, sheriff, tax collector, justices
of the peace and inspectors of marks
and brands filed reports.
The following warrants were order ordered
ed ordered drawn lo cover bills duty examin examined,
ed, examined, passed and, ordered paid, to-wit:
General fund, No. 7658 to 7763, $1, $1,-327.26;
327.26; $1,-327.26; fine and forfeiture fund. No.
6251 to No. 62S9, $210.54! road fund,
Nos. 9376 to 9518, $1,740.10; agricul agricultural
tural agricultural fund, Nos. 698 to 699, $136.33.
There being no further business the
board adjourned.
O. H. Rogers, Chairman.
P. H. Nugent, Clerk.

Arrival and Departure of passenger
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
2:50 am. JcksonvIlle-NewYork
2:50 am.
3:26 pm.
5:10 p.m
1:56 pm.
4:07 pm.
2:50 a.m
3:26 pm.
St.; Petersburg
Tarn pa-Manat ee
2:50 am.
1:41 pm.
4:07 pm.
5:10 pm. Tampa-St. Petersburg
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm J'cksonville-New York 3:15am.
2:20 pm. J'ksonvllle-G'lnesvllle 3:35 pm.
6:42 am. rksonville-G'jiesville 10:13 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am.
3:35 pm.- St. Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:00 pm.
7:10 am. DunnelIon-Wilcox
7.40 am. Du'nellon-L'keland 11:03 pm.
3:25 pm. Homosassa 1:45 pm.
10:13 pm. Leesburg :42 am.
4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
Particulars as to obtaininsr the
sixty dollars bonus for discharged
men can be had by annlvinsr to the
undersigned. D. Niel Ferguson,
C hairman Civilian .Relief Committee,
American Red Cross, Ocala, Fla.


Judge Vim. M. Gober of Lakeland,
formerly of Ocala, was elected grand
chancellor of the state at the meet meeting
ing meeting of the Grand Lodge of the
Knights of Pythias at Tallahassee
this week. Judge Gober has many
friends in Ocala, who will rejoice in
the honor bestowed on him.
Oakland .Sensible Six will soon
arrive. 1 14
The meeting at the courthouse this
afternoon, which is in progress as
the Star goes to press, is well attend attended
ed attended and many good talks are being
Mr. H. C Jones is honie from the
oil fields of Oklahoma, on a visit to
his family here.
Oakland Sensible Six. will soon
arrive. 14
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. LL, on the first
Friday in every month at 7:30 p. m.
J. A. Bouvier, H. P
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.
Mrs. W. T. WhitlyN. G.
Eloise Bouvier. Secretary.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
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 welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.
Joe Potter, N. G.
J. D. McCaskilH Secretary.
" !';;
Ocala Lodge No.. 2S5, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, xnets
the second and fourth Tuesday even even-nings
nings even-nings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house oppo opposite
site opposite posted re, east side.
J. H. Spencer, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
We guarantee to do your automo automobile
bile automobile repair work cheaper than any
other garage in town and guarantee
satisfaction on "top of this. What
more need we say? Ocala Iron .Works
Garage. 13-tf
Oakland Sensible Six will soon
arrive. 14
Bring us yfur automobile repair
work and if we do not satisfy you
your work will riot cost you one penny.
Try us on this proposition. Ocala Iron
Works Garage. Phone ,4, 13-tf

The Government has lifted the ban on
cereals and relinquished its lease on the
new Bcvo building. Our plant,- voluntarily
tendered the Government, is now ready to
resume full capacity production of

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America 's Cereal Beverage
Like all Anlericans; we have made our
sacrifice to help win the war. Now we
are ready to renew our full duty as a great
National industrial institution.



RATES: Six line maximum, one time 25c.; three times COa; six
times. 75c; one month $3. Payable in advance.

FOR SALE Six second-hand Fords,;
real bargains; come and loot at them.
Auto Sales. Company, Mack Taylor.
WANTED Single-phase 2 to 3 H. P.
electric motor; also several 10-foot
floor show cases; must be in good
condition. Apply to Altman-Charles
Company, northwest corner of Ocala
House block. 14-3t
WANTED A good young milk cow
with young calf. Apply to E. N. De De-Long,
Long, De-Long, between 12 and 1 o'clock. JNo.
2, Masonic building, Ocala. 7-t
FOI SALE One horse colt, nine nineteen
teen nineteen months old; one automobile, one
surrey.- Apply to Jay Heisler, 806
Lime street. 12-6t
FOR RENT Three or four" nice
rooms with all modern improvements
for light housekeeping. Apply at 212
Orange avenue. Phone 33. 12-6t
WANTED TO BUY A small home
of five or six rooms, with modern im improvements
provements improvements in good location in Ocala.
Can pay $200 down and $50 per quar-s
ter. Address, Box 164, city. 12-6t


Our equipment for repairing cars is not surpassed by any ?
concern in the state. We are the authorized service station
in this section for the Chevrolet, Overland, Reo, International J
and Dort cars, and our service is always prompt and efficient.
N. Main St. Ocala, Florida
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Real vs. False Economy
- At This Time

, Resist the mental suggestion to curtail your regular taking of ice
until "the weather turns warm again." Your refrigerator is gcln
nicely now; it is .well chilled an d it is doing fall duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER. I
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it may sulk on you all tha
remainder of the season.

-A merchant who advertises usually
customers, and you can depend cm his
lis It off. by Advertising, bsf orm lt
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FOR SALE, CHEAP A second-hand
typewriter. Apply Star office, editorial
department. 13-tf
quick and reliable automobile service
come to the Florida House Garage. J.
C. Lanier and H. C. Williams. 8-lm
WANTED Stenographic work after
4:30 p. m. Office of fire chief, call 331
or 255. Mrs. Hampton" Chambers, la
WANTED All kinds cf second hand
furniture, guns, beds, etc. Notify
me and 1 will send lor tnem. J. w.
Hunter, Gunsmith, South IXain St. tf
Klenzo Creme insures clean teeth
and healthy gums. Sold in Ocala only
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
S K. Lane, 11. D Phyddaa and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, N
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf
Ladies, we have another shipment
of those Roxbury Household Rubber
Gloves, sizes 6 to 8, at fifty cents tha
pair. Ceng's Drug Store. tf
jXl illr ra ILL, u-J o
ha eomethlnr of merit to offer his
merchandise being1 fresh. bcus fcs
sc-w d a his shelves. PcaStr this.




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Evening star
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sobekcm:Name Porter & Harding
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Ocala Fla
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sobekcm:SerialHierarchy level 1 order 1919 1919
2 3 March
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