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PAGE THREE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY OF OCALA Announces a FREE? PUBLIC LECTURE . On : " CHMSTIAn CBENE . ' . -.: :-. By ' CHARLES OHRENSTEIN, C S. B., of Syracuse, N.Y. Member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass. TEMPLE THE ATME . SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24th, AT 3 P. M. YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS ARE INVITED Every Decree ng and Spn Can be Obtained at our Parlors Work Room Under Management of an . Expeit Milliner and Designer AFFLECK MILLINERY PARLOR Ocala House Block 'Wf :t tbbiw. Ifcmtt r He who a crust prolongs ""is L. ALEXANDER PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND BUILDER Careful Estimates made on all Con tract work. Gives More and Better Work for the Money than any other contractor in th city. 1 . UNEXCELLED Y 0UR J0B PRINTING Department is , J 1 7 ' T"- .V. -vA thoroughly equipped for all kinds f l-1 of commercial. Printing. Our facilities ,-( , for handling . '"''v PAMPHLETS, BOOKLETS, PROGRAMS. . SI A X, WEDDING and BUSINESS , . ANNOUNCEMENTS i . S L and all kinds of y OFFICE STATIONERY .V, ' " , ! Unsurpassed in Central Florida. ' s. ' " j EFFICIENT Workmanship, High ' XA -E Quality Paper, Prompt Service and . f .3 living Prices are some of our reasons '. T -., for asking an opportunity to serve you. 'r'" "Wl JOB PRINTING -J 7 -- X TELEPHONE FIVE-ONE (51) Star ads. are business builders. of Fashion For Summer 5r "-Srmff'' iiwf'1- :mw. wastes the war ' ' , t.,f T , MAXWELL PANEL BODY ' DELIVERY WAGON In a shinment of cars just arrived we have a delivery panel body car, with stock Maxwell chassis, engine and startinsr and liehting system. Nothing nicer, more economical or insubstantial. Price, delivered, war tax included,; $800. The Maxwell Agency, Ocala, Fla. . 13-t Wm AFFAIRS If You Have Any News for this De partment, Call Two-One-Five or Two-Seven America My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty, Of thee I sing; Land where my father's died, Land of the pilgrim's pride, rom ev ry mountain side, Let freedom ring. My native country! thee, Land of the noble free, Thy name I love; I love thy rocks and Tills, - Thy woods and templed bills; My heart with rapture thrills, Like that above. Let music swell the breeze, And. ring from all the trees ' Sweet freedom's song; Let mortal tongues awake, . Let all that breathe partake Let rocks their silence break, The sound prolong. ; Our father's God, to Thee, r Author, of liberty. To Thee wet sing; . Long may, our lands be bright I With freedom's holy light, Protect us by Thy might, Great God, our King. S. F. Smith. Another Beautiful Tribute to Lieuten ; ant Burford .The following from the pen of Miss Jefferson Bell appeared in the Miami Herald: "" vJri, a darkened home at Ocala a mother lies Utterly crushed and brok en and a father mourns the death of a dearly loved son, dead on the field of honor,, his-young life ended by a Ger man bullet on the fields of France. iS , Wiley Haralson Burford was tHe first officer from sFlorida to give his life for the great! cause. He was one of f the first to offer for service ana entered the first training camp for officers. It was with, a personal sense of loss the news of his death came to one, who knew him as a fair-haired child, .the joy and life of. the home, and later as a young, man of brilliant achievement and promise, always loy al, fine arid (brave. He was ordered to t France . immediately after He was commissioned' a second lieutenant at Fort McPhersori and assigned to ac tive,, jduty with the field artillery, American expeditionary forces. After s)x rHohtJisof training in France his command went to the front, his bat tery being tlj.e first to take up a posi tion .arid the second to fire upon the enemy;.,, ...-., ... , . t The . news of his death has brought t',, Florida '.a sickening sense of th ster, reality of the war, which has seemed .far away and all glitter and glory. It is from the youth and flower of the, nation war will take its grjm tol and ( tliere will be other , darkened homes and mothers weeping, for their sons sleeping afar on" foreign fields.,, a One , cau almost envy , .. the young hero, tHe immortal fame that is his., It is thrilling to think t of .him going forth, like a young crusader to do, bat tle withthe modern : incarnations ,of eyUbackirig his faith in. the right eousness of his tcause with his life. To have died in the flush of youth for a; great, aiise ist glorious .. , , "Men die but once, and the opportu- . nitv . C; :. O f a noble, death is not an everyday Of a noTale death is not an everyday It is a gift noble spirits pray for." ' 'At h'e Temple Tonight tI Manager Bennett regrets that his patrons were disappointed last night in. not seeing the "Gift , 0' Gab," whjch, arrived, pn the midnight train. "The Burglar" has been booked for tonight. It is an exceptional, picture and the, newest Brady-made. It is the filming of a famous best selling novel, and William A. Brady declares it to be( the. best five-reel feature, ever made. It is jammed full and: running oyer with entertainment, and . pre sents three big stars, Carlyle Black well, Madge Evans and Evelyn Gree- ley. A Ford Weekly will also be shown. , If "The Burglar" arrives as it ii scheduled, it will be shown this aft ernoon and tonight and if it fails to come, the "Gift O' Gab," booked for Thursday, will be shown, as Manager Bennett held this film over in case "The Burglar" missed connections. ,Mrs. ,S. E. Leigh accompanied Mr. Leigh on his usual motor trip to Gainesville this morning. They will return, home this evening. - Mrs. Annie Easterling of Aiken, S. C, a sister-in-law of Mr. George Easterling, of this city, has been vis iting Mrs. T. H. Johnson for several days. Mrs. Easterling left this after noon for a short visit to friends in Jacksonville, from where she will re turn to South Carolina. Mr. Charles Hardage expects to .,. leave tonight for Birmingham, Ala., after a week's visit to his Ocala friends; Mr. Hardage lived in Ocala about three years ago with his moth er, Mrs. Lamar, who now resides in Atlanta. Mr. Hardage is in the gov ernment service and has spent the past three years between Charleston, Birmingham and Atlanta. Mrs. Edgar Lewis 'of Fort Pierce, president of the Florida Federation of Women's Clubs, is enjoying a short visit in Gainesville, the guest of Mrs. M. E. Edwards. She was present at the reciprocity day celebration yes terday afternoon and made a strong and interesting talk, jto tJie'club 'mem bers, executive comm!tfjBea of other organizations 'arid 'friends. Mrs tie wis is a woman of pleasing personality and she made, many friends at the meeting yesterday.--Gaiiiesville Sun. , High School Entertainment The visitors in Ocala this .Feels: jat tending the state. board meeting spent a most enjoyable . morning Thursday at the high school, when a musical program . was given by the pupils un der Miss Marguerite Porter, the Ocala public school music : director. v Miss Porter , first introduced Mrs. Edgar Lewis, the state president, who made a few remarks, which jwas fol lowed by. a short talk by ; Mrs. Will iam Hocker. Miss Porter then pre sented the visitors pretty - v programs, decorated with the club flower, red poinsettias, the cover of the, souvenir bearing the quotation, "The public school should . lay the foundation" of morals, and music is clearly recog nized as one of the moral forces by all students of sociology,' Misses Miriam Connor, Cevie Roberts and Dorothy. Klock composed the orchestra, and Misses Pearl Faus ett, Anna Belle Wesson and Messrs. Harold Klock and Robert Blake made! up the quartet.-; After the following . program, ' Mrs. Lewis prettily thanked the pupils for their interesting entertainment, and also complimented Miss . Porter (as did Mrs. Hocker) very highly on , the splendid work she has accomplished. Selection: Orchestra. . ... , Hymn, Come. Thou, Almighty King: School. - Prayer: School. Story of the Star Spangled Banner: Van Ferguson. Flag salute. . . . .. Song, The Star Spangled Banner. School. Life of Stephen Foster: Marguerite Edwards. ' . - Old Kentucky Home': Glee Club. ' Old Folks at Home: School,. Story of America: Reginald Mac Kay. Song, America; School.,, Carry Me Back to Old Virginia; Quartet. . , , Hymn, My Faith Looks Up to Thee: Quartet, Medley, Popular- Patriotic Airs: School. ., , . Ocala. High School Song: School. . Gatty Sellars) the Pipe OrriSt Gatty Sellars,, one of;,thefpremojt English pipe organists and composers, will give two concerts in Ocalif next Wednesday and Thursday night at the Methodist church. , Thursday's Times-Union - contained comment on Gatty Sellars', program, which was given, there iJWednesday night in the Union Congregational church: "The church auditorium was" crowd ed last nigtt and the members ofthe committee in charge of musical events' agreed that the program rendered was mighty fine and were pleased with the expressions of maay as they left the church .that they hid enjoyed the recital immensely." . For the Soldier? A beautiful afgnan, of blanket that was made by the ladies .of Citra was brought to Ocala yesterday arid is now on exhibition at the Book Shop. It is a knitted one, made of various colors of wool, and in the center is an American Flag. It is really a work of art, and was made of left-over pieces of wool, not large enough for any other purpose. With.it camera pretty cretonne bag arid they both' will be sent to the Red Cross head quarters. The blanket was made for a sol dier's hospital cot arid tne bag. can' be hung on the 'cot, for, the wounded want personal belongings. The Ocala ladies are going, to fol low the .clever Citra ladies t lead f and make some of these. Anyone having any left-over pieces of wool not large enough for any other use, rid matter what color, may take them to . the Book Shop and leave them in care of the hospital garment . committee. The wool in turn will be taken to Mrs. J. H. Livingston who has offered to knit these squares of which 'the quilt is made. Ladies who will do the knit ting themselves are asked to make the pieces 7x7 and leave the squares separate at the Book Shop. (Continued on Fourth Page) BLITCHTON Blitchton, Feb. 2L Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Blitch are the proud parents of a son that arrived at their home Feb. 15th. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Blitch, Mr. Earl Phillips and Dr. S. H. Blitch visited Ocala Friday. Mr. W. P. Hammons is on the sick list. Mrs. J. T. Hendricks of Green Cove Springs is the guest of Mrs. Raphael Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Hendnx of Mor- riston were Sunday visitors. Mr. B. C. Blitch motored to the fVif rmintv Koat Satnrdav. Mrs. S. H. Blitch and Messrs. Lan dis and Loonis Blitch arrived horn Saturday from their fishing trip to Dr. Blitch left Sunday for a few days visit on the East Coast. ... A number of the faraers have their spring gardens up, but , can't depend on the weather these days. . Mr. arid Mrs. F. E. Farit motored to Morriston Monday. t . Mr. O. S." Sanders is breaking a new horse he purchased last weeJc HONOR BOLL OF OCALA'- GRADED AND HIGH SCHOOL (Ocaleean Ensign) T The' following students were neith er absent ndr tardy during the first fbur'mdnthSt Fourth Grade, A Pinckney Clement, Edward Schler- eth,- Louise Clement, Francis Lum mus, Adeline Malever, Delzelle Pas te nrv Fourth Grade, B . , Jaclc Igou, . Edgar Roberts, Sammy Savage, T Margaret Chace, Netalie Minshall. Fifth Grade, A , Louis Knight; Fred LeSuer, Alice Cull en, Frances Mclver, Mary Flem ing Rawle, Chivalette Smith. Fifth Grade, B George Blowers, Hadly Shaw, Al bert Bullock, Annie Laurie Boyd, Marguerite Counts', Nettie Mathews, Alta Watson, Ivia Waterman. Sixth-Grade, A irfarjorie ; Burnett, Mary Carolyn Logah, Sara Rentz, J. W. Davis, El ton HeriderlyV Karl tfenderly, John Troxler. . Sixth' Grade, B Fred Boyd, Charlie Brown, Carolyn Peyserj Marie Jones, Louie Smoak, Rae Barchan, Juanita Jones, Grace FauWtt, Marion Hrinter. Chester Robertson, Mabel Priest, Albert Franiptbri, Melville Little, Merchel Roberts; Seventh Grade, A Otto Beard, Wallace Canova, J. W. CrosDyy Wimam; Hall, Lynnt Hollin ralte1; Francis . Pasteur, Lindsay Trox leV, Susie May Counts, Mildred Cros by, Jessie Dehbn,1 Whildon Gilmore, Clifton Sexton. . Seventh Grade. B . Ernest Beaton, Robert Igou, James Knight, Marion : Lumriaus,' Francis Polly, Sidney Cullen, Minnie Slott, Sophie' Turch; Mary WToods, Brent Woods." ... Eighth Grade, B ; Maudie Blalock, Lyridall Mathews, Marie Robertson, John Bouvier, Har ry Holcomb; Ralph Lopez, Harold Smith. . . , ; .. Eighth Grade, A" --Elizabeth Wetherbee, Edith Ed wards, Irene Carn, Alma Priest, Law son Cassels, Moultrie Thomas, George Akin, John Cook; Walter Troxler. Ninth Grade I Ralph .Cleveland,-: Duncan Elliott, Robert Hatt; v Reginald MacKay, Roy Iriest, J. D. Robertson, Ralph Sim-m6ns,-. Francis' Talbott, Lily Clayton, AlmsL Hall; Elizabeth. Hocker, Mar jorie Miller, Hazel McAteer, Mar jorie R6gers, Aimie Rooney, Rhoda Thomas; Rdse. Wolf:. V Tenth Grade ' " s Homer Agnew, Marshall Carri, Wel lie Meffert, Mary Bryce", Lenore Col by, Miriam Connor, Dovie Gates, Winnie. Gordon; Irene. Hendefly, Lu cile Holleman, Estelle McAteer, Helen Veal. , ,s Eleventh Grade' Allen Hbllinrake, Tom Wallis, Ruth Simmons, Leonard Todd, Sara Hern don. ... , Twelfth Grade -I Reiihra Blalock Harold Talbott, Leonard Todd Beatrice Boney, Myr tle Brinson, Ann Benton Fuller, Dix- onia Roberts, Rbzellfe' Watsbn' and LSu5se'. Spencer. ' The following students did not fall below 90 per: cent in any subpect in the second quarter's examinations: Fourth Grade A: Louise Clement, 98 per cent.; Maude Gary. -Fifth Grade; A: Ted Drake, Louis Knight, Fred LeSueur,-Louise Adams, Charlotte Ch'azal, Alice Cullen, Mary Fleming Rawle, Frances ' Mclver, Paiilme Shaf er, 95 1-5 per cent. Fifth, Grade B: George Blowers, Albert Bullock, Deward Moxley, Tom Whiteman;. Louise Adams, Annie Laurie Boyd; There'sa Condrey, 991-5 per cent:; Marguerite Counts, Nettie Mathews, Elizabeth Murray, Leonora Toffalettfc . . Sixth Grade, A : Marjorie Burnett, Mary Carolyn Logan, 99 1-5 per cent.; Margaret - Gerig, Ben Culverhouse. Sixth' Grade, B: Grace Fausett, Caroline Peyser. Seventh Grade, A: Reese Hunni- cutt, .Mildred Crosby, Janet Culver house, Jessie Dehon, Cornelia Dozier, 98 per cent; Mea Dozier Haile. . Seventh Grade, B: Mildred Bullock, Margaret Hocker, 981-5 per cent; Minnie Slott, James Knight. .Eighth Grade, A: Lawson Cassels, Elizabeth Wetherbee, Edith Ed wards, 97 5-8 per cent i Eighth Grade, B: John Bouvier, 97 per cent; Harry Holcomb, 97 per cent , Ninth Grade: Reginald MacKay, Elisabeth Bennett, Alma Hall, Eliza beth Hocker, 981-3 per cent; Annie Rooney. ' , Tenth Grade: Virginia Beckham, Miriam Connor, 96 3-5 per cent; Sara Dehon, Winnie Gordon, Lucile Holle man, Estelle McAteer. Eleventh Grade: Allen Holhnrake, Marquerite Edwards, Sara Herndon, 96 1-2 ner cent Twelfth Grade:' Harold Talbott. Agnes" Burford, 95 2-5 per cent; Dix- dnia Roberts.' The high" school pupils whose names are given above were those who made an average of 90 per cent or above in the second quarters examinations. ALL-WEATHER TOP In a shipment of cars just received we have a Maxwell touring car with all-weather top and a very hand some job for family use or for rent service. Comfortable and stylish for winter or summer, good weather or bad. Price, $925 delivered, including war tax. The Maxwell Agency, Ocala, Fla. 13-6t j L T. IZLAR JR. Fire Insurance, : Indemnity Bonds, Automobile Insurance a Specialty. Gary Building Ocala, Fla. Mclver S'laclay UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS PHONES 47, 104, 305 OCALA, FLORIDA FIOIMEY TO LOAN On Good Real Estate Security. Low Interest Rates. Monthly or Yearly Payments F. R. HOCKER, OCALA. We Announce The Best Equipped TRANSFER & STORAGE COMPANY In Central Florida Our Equipment is at Your Service and for Your Convenience. If yoa will ' Help Us We will Blake it the Best in the State. We Expect to Make the Service Prompt the Price Reasonable, and "Everybody nappy." If We Dont Tell Us and We'll "Come Across." WHITE STAR LIB Dealers in BEAVER BOARD BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS Own Your Own Home A House and Two Lots $850 A House and 3 Acres v - $2,000 A House and 2 Lots $1,200 Can be Bought With Monthly Pay ments of $10 L. M. MURRAY Room 5, Holder Block, Ocala, Florida LIFE FIRE A. E. GERIG INSURANCE " Ocala, Florida ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE Do Your Rugs Need Cleaning Phone us and we will tell you about them OCALA STEAM LAUNDRY Just Phone 101 Buy war savings stamps xl help win the war, and have us fill your prescriptions for accurate service. The Court Pharmacy. tf 11 call? it if - 1 1 IB iLU