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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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EVENING

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Weather Forecast: Generally fair
tonight and Thursday; t somewhat
colder tonight north and central por portions;
tions; portions; colder Thursday.
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 93
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ALLIES AGREE Oil
GREAT QUESTIONS

But Premier Lloyd George Says the
Situation is Still Full
of Perils
(Associated Press).
London, April 16. Allied represen representatives
tatives representatives in Paris have reached a com complete
plete complete understanding on the great fun fundamental
damental fundamental questions that would effect
peace with Germany, Premier- Lloyd
George declared in- addressing the
house of commons today. The Allies
have formulated their demands, he
said, and it is to be hoped by the end
of the week they will be presented.
PREMIER ANSWERS CRITICS
London, April 16. Replying in the
house of commons today to previous
criticisms of his activities at the
peace conference, Premier Lloyd
George said the situation was still
fullof eprils for all countries. He
asked that all those who are trying to
do their best be let alone.
The time spent by the conference in
framing the league of nations plan
had saved time instead of wasting it,
declared the premier, as the league
would provide a means for the adjust adjustment
ment adjustment of possible errors.
"I would rather leave Russia and
the Bolshevik out until they see their
way out rather than see Great Brit Britain
ain Britain lande'd in bankruptcy," was one
declaration. "It's not true" that the
United States and Europe have been
at variance,"' the premier declared.
He deprecated attempts to sow dis dissension
sension dissension among the delegates. The
premier said it was his conviction
that military intervention in Russia
would be the greatest act of stupidity.
He declared that reliable -information
showed that while the Bolshevik
force was apparently growing, that
Bolshevism itself was gradually wan waning
ing waning and breaking down before .the xe
lentless force of economic facts.
NO PEACE APPROACHES FROM
RUSSIANS
London, April 16. Replying to a
question from John Clynes, the labor
leader, whether approaches for peace
had been received from the Russian
government, Premier Lloyd George
said: "We have had no approaches
of any sort or any kind. None have
been, put before the conference."
FRONTIER AGREEMENT
Paris, April 16.- The newspaper
Gaulois says that final agreement on
the frontiers between Jugo-Slavia and
Italy will be incorporated in the pie
liminary peace treaty with Germany,
WASHINGTON HAS REPORT OF
PROGRESS
Washington, April 16. Distinct
improvement in the general peace
conference was reported at the'White
House today. It was indicated that
excellent progress is being made to toward
ward toward concluding the negotiations.
NOTICE
Beginning Thursday morning, April
17th, the postofl&ce will open at nine
c 'clock and close at 7 p. m. by day daylight
light daylight saving or railroad time. From
:S a. m. to 6 p. m. Ocala time. This
by authority of the postoffice depart
raent, R. F, Rogers, P. M.
NOTICE
The general delivery, stamp, regis registry
try registry and money order windows of the
postoffice will open at 9 a. m, and
close at 7 p. m., effective April 17.
1919. R. R. Rogers, P. M.
EASTER BASKETS
Made of straw and reed. A, real
novelty, atf B. Goldman's. 16-
Mr. Jobe Ross of Live Oak motored
in $rom Live Oak Monday, paid a visit
to Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Grubbs and re returned
turned returned home Tuesday. Mr. Ross is
a brother-in-law of Mrs. Grubbs, and
Mrs. Grubbs and little son -.Torn, ac accompanied
companied accompanied him home, to spend two
weeks visiting in Live Oak and Lake
gity. - ;
Mr. H. C. Seeley of Alachua, father
of Jlrs. Arthur Cobb, leaves today
for Bowling Green, to visit his
brother.
Postmasters are advised by the de department
partment department in Washington that hereaft
er parcels not exceeding seven pounds
in weight containing mailable articles,
including books, may be accepted for
mailing to soldiers and others, includ including
ing including civilians, connected with the Am American
erican American Expeditionary Forces in Eu Europe
rope Europe without being accompanied with
a request of the addressee, approved
by his regimental or other command commanding,
ing, commanding, officer. Parcels for the expedi expeditionary
tionary expeditionary forces may not be registered,
insured or sent C. O. D.

COMPLETE AliARCHY
REIGNS IN HfllCU

First Infantry Regiment Reported to
Have Joined Forces with
Sparticides
(Associated Press)
London, April 16. Complete an anarchy
archy anarchy reigns in Munich, according to
a Copenhagen dispatch to the Ex Exchange
change Exchange Telegraph. All work' has ceas ceased,
ed, ceased, the trains have stopped running,
robbers are looting the houses and
threatening the banks, the dispatch
states. The First Infantry regiment
3 reported to have joined the Spar Sparticides.
ticides. Sparticides.
GIBSON APPOINTED
MINISTER. TO POLAND!
(Associated Pres)
Paris, April 10. Hugh S. Gibson,
secretary of the American embassy
in Paris, has been appointed as thw
first minister of the United States to
Poland """"
ARCHDUKE AND OTHERS
WERE NOT MURDERED
(Associated Press)
Copenhagen, April 16. A Vienna
dispatch to Berlin newspapers says
that Herr Boehm, a member of the
soviet ministry at Budapest, has ar arrived
rived arrived there and declared that Arch duke
Joseph, Dr. Alexander Wekerle,
former premier, and Barcn Joseph)
ozeptenyni, minister ci commerce,
were not eexcuted as reported yester
day in Berlin.
SNOW STORM PREVENTS
TRANS-ATLANTIC FLIGHT
(Associated Press)
St. Johns, N. F., April 16. With a
heavy snowstorm raging here this.
: ii i J i j i

morning it was considered doubtful ; ances at Bombay and other points re re-whether
whether re-whether a start could be made today Jcently resulted in the restoration of

Bpth Hawker of the Sopwith biplane
team, and Captain Raynham of the
Martinsyde plane, are ready to start
at the first favorable opportunity.
NEW ZEALAND .WET
BY SOLDIERS VOTES
(Associated Press)
London, April 16. The vote of New
Zealand soldiers has wiped out the
majority for prohibition rolled up in
that commonwealth "April 11th, ac according
cording according to a Christ church dispatch.
BUENOS AIRES PROTESTS
AGAINST HIGH RENTS
(Associated Press)
Buenos Aires, April 16.- The ten tenants
ants tenants of Buenos Aires are organizing a
strike against the high rents demand demanded
ed demanded for dwelling houses as well as
buildings used for business purposes.
HIGHLANDERS BAND
COMING TO OCALA
The famous Scotch Highlanders
band will give two concerts in Ocala
on April 21, afternoon and evening,
under the auspices of the Woman's
Club. There will be a charge of 25
cents for each concert.
The band has been in Ocala before,
and was well received. This time, it
is said, it will be larger than before.
It is announced that the organization
will play at Atlantic City this summer
on Younge's. million dollar pier.
.The Woman's Club in bringing the
band to Ocala, hopes that the con
certs will be enjoyed by large crowds.
Announcement will be made later of
the hour for the concerts.
Dickkon Chapter, U. D. C, will
hold a silver tea and reception at the
home of Mrs. R. B. Bullock Tuesday,
April 22. from 4 to 6 o'clock. There
will also be a table of home made
cakes and candy for sale. The pro
ceeds will go to pay the pledge of
Dickison Chapter for the Confederate
soldiers home in Jacksonville. All
friends are cordially; invited to attend.
Mrs. William Wilson left today for
a three weeks visit in New Orleans
with Mr. Wilson, who while traveling
is making that city his headquarters.
While away Mrs. George Martin will
keep Mrs. Wilson's three attractive
children.
EASTER BASKETS
Made by, our Indians in America,
5c, 10c. and 15c., at B. Goldman's. 16
A second shipment of the famous
SENECA cameras -has just arrived.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 6t
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf

MARKETING BUREAU
County Agent Calls Meeting for Sat Sat-.
. Sat-. urday to Discuss Proposed
Legislation
A bill has been proposed for
abolishing the State Marketing Bu Bureau.
reau. Bureau. To take such action as might
be necessary concerning the matter, u
meeting of the members of the Marion
County Agricyltural Committee, and
ail persons interested, has been called
ly Mr. H. Ulackburn, county agent,
for Saturday, April 19, in the court courthouse
house courthouse at 2:15 J p. m.
At the mating of the Marion Coun Coun-y
y Coun-y Agricultural Committee on March
14, Commissioner L. M. Rhodes, of the
Marketing Bureau, said that since its
establishment by the legislature in
1917, the buerau has handled $11, $11,-000,000
000,000 $11,-000,000 worth of products. Mr. Rhodes
told those present at the meeting that
the bureau had saved the farmers of
the state more than $3,000,000. The
bureau charges no commission what whatever
ever whatever for handling the products of the
farmers, Mr. Rhodes pointed out. The
bureau is maintained; he said, from
the sale of fertilizer stamps.
Mr. Blackburn has addressed a
communication to the members of the
agricultural committee and to others
interested, and he urges a large at attendance
tendance attendance a the meeting. Of those
who cannot possibly attend the meet meeting,
ing, meeting, Mr. Blackburn asks that they
sign a letter that he encloses in his
communication, calling on Marion
county's senator and representatives
to give the matter their attention,
AUTHORITES RESTORE
ORDER IN BOMBAY
(Associated Press)
London, April Prompt meas
ures have been taken by the Indian
authorities to deal with the disturb-
order everywhere, says a Bombay
dispatch filed Sunday.
CZECHS RESORT TO ARMS
(Associated Press)
Warsaw, April 16. Cracow advices
state that Czech forces have been
concentrated in Silesia, close to the
line of demarkation between Czech
and Polish forces.
It is said the Czechs have announc announced
ed announced they will settle the frontier ques-
tion by force of arms. A Czech de detachment
tachment detachment is reported to have entered
Polish territory at Lutyncia, where it
clashed with Polish forces.
Mrs. Lobenstein of New York, a
daughter of Judge D. S. Williams,
who has been visiting at the home of;
her aunts, the Misses Munroe, will
leave Saturday for Tallahassee- to
spent Easter week with her sister,
Miss Polly Williams, at the State
College for Women, before returning
to her home.
TEMPLE ATTRACTIONS
FOR THE WEEK
V
Today: Peggy Hyland in "The Girl
With No Regrets."
Thursday: William S. Hart in "Rid "Riddle
dle "Riddle Gawne." Mutt and Jeff.
Friday: Mabel Normand in "Feck's
Bad Girl,"
Saturday: Ruth Clifford ir "The
Game's Up.' Sunshine comedy,
EASTER BASKETS
Made of straw and reed. A real
novelty, at B, Goldman's. 16-
Mr. Asher Frank spent Tuesday and
Wednesday in Ocala, on his way from
Salisbury, S. C, to Tampa, where in
the future he will be located, having
decided to engage in the real estate
business in that city.
Large supply of Velvet Beans and
Chufas now on hand. The Ocala
Seed Store. 7-11-19
The funeral of Miss Julia Brown,
whose death occurred in Washington
yesterday morning, will be held at
Oviedo, Fla. The remains left Wash Washington
ington Washington this morning and are expected
to pass through Ocala tomorrow.
Ladies, be sure to see those pretty
Georgette dresses just received at B.
Goldman's. Come in now and get one
for your Easter trousseau. Every one
is made up in the very latest style. St
Brand new Georgette dresses at B.
Goldman's. 14-3t
Shaving brushes, 50 cents to four
dollars. All kinds; all guaranteed. Tho
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 6t
EASTER BASKETS
. Made by our Indians in America,
5c., 10c. and 15c, at B. Goldman's. 16

1.0. O.F.
ELECT OFFICERS
Ocala Man Re-EIected Grand Secre Secretary
tary Secretary and Orlando Chosen for
Next Meeting Place
(Special to the Star)
Jacksonville, April 16, The Grand
Lodge of Florida, I. O. O, F in ses session
sion session here today elected the following
officers: Grand Master, Arthur S.
Brown, Fort Pierce; Deputy Grand
Master, G. W. Hall, Fort Lauderdale;
Warden, R. B. Crawford, Fort Meade;
Secretary, M. M. Little; Terasurer,
Frank L. Helms, Orlando, Orlando
was chosen as the meeting place of
thetnext session.
F DRIVE BEGINS
TOMORROW IRtllllG
Committee Expects Everyone to Give
Toward the Fund for Work
in Marion County
The Y. M. C. A, drive begins to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning. When the commit committee
tee committee waits upon you, it expects you to
be ready to give cheerfully and gen generously
erously generously to the fund, for establishing
"Y" work in Marion county.
The members of the committee are:
J. H. Taylor, J, P. Phillips, George
MacKay, L. W. Duval, J. L. Edwards,
J E. Chace, W. D.Carn ,and H. A.
Waterman.
' The work of the Y. M. C. A. as pro proposed
posed proposed for the county, will include th
employment of a secretary, physical
training, the development of indoor
and outdoor sports, county conven conventions,
tions, conventions, conferences,' educational trips,
lectures, social gatherings, camps for
boys,- religious meetings, together
with Bible classes and other activities
of a, like nature for the welfare of the
boya and young men.
CALL FROM MAYOR CHACE
To Citizens to Meet at the Courthouse
this Evening to Hear Mr. Burford's
Opinion on the City Light and Wa Water
ter Water Plant.
With the knowledge that the'eiti
zens of Ocala are very much interest interested
ed interested in the solution of our electric light
and power problems, and in view of
the fact that Mr. Robert Allen Bur Bur-ford
ford Bur-ford Jr. has recently made a survey
of our plant and has prepared plans
which will be effected if said plans
are carried into effect, I as mayor
have invited Mr. Burford to address
a meeting of citizens to be held this
evening at the courthouse.
A meeting of the citizens of Ocala
is hereby called for the above, pur.
pose, and it is hoped that a large
number will hear this important re report,
port, report, J. E. Chace, Mayor.
LENTEN SERVICES AT
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Thursday, 5 p. mi a apecial service
of preparation for the holy commu
nion and address on "The Last Sup
per,"
Good Friday, 10 a. m., morning
prayer and sermon. Subject, "The
Good Shepherd Giveth His Life for
the Sheep."
A loving invitation is given to all
Christian people who have no services
in their own church on this solemn
day to come and worship in Grace
church with others of the Lord's peo
ple for a brief hour. Offering for the
pew's fund.
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION
An open competitive examination
under the rules of the U. S. Civil Ser Service
vice Service Commission for the position of
clerk-carrier in the postoffice service,
Ocala, Fla., will be held on May 24th,
1919, commencing at 9 o'clock a. m.
Applications for this examination
must be made on the prescribed form,
which, with necessary instructions,
may be obtained from the commis
sion's local representative, the secre secretary
tary secretary of the local civil service board,
at the Ocala postoffice.
All persons 'wishing to take this
examination should secure blanks and
file their applications with the under undersigned
signed undersigned at once in order to allow time
for the necessary corrections and to
arrange for the examination.
The Altar Guild of Grace church
will hold a silver tea at the home of
Mrs. George Pasteur, Thursday, April
24th, from 4:30 to 7:30 o'clock. There
will also be on sale home made cake
EASTER BASKETS
Made of straw and reed. A real
novelty, at B. Goldman's. 16-
Mosquito nets, refrigerators and ice
cream freezers. E. C Jordan & Co. 6t

FLORIDA

HIE AUCTIONEER
FOR MARKET DAY

Mr. Howard Curry Will Make the
Sales on First Tuesday
in May
Mr. Howard Curry, assistant indus industrial
trial industrial agent of the Seaboard Air Line,
will act as auctioneer on Public Mar Market
ket Market Day to be held in Ocala, Tuesday,
May 6, under the direction of the
Marion County Board of Trade. At
a meeting with the Board of Trade
committee having the day in charge,
Mr. Curry said that he would gladly
assist in any way he could. It was
Mr. Curry who was auctioneer for the
market day held in Dade city so suc successfully.
cessfully. successfully. Mr. Curry tells of some amusing
things that happened at Dade City.
There was an old darkey who brought
a crippled horse to the sale. The old
darkey let his horse lean up against
the fence until the auction began.
When the nag was led forth to be sold
to the highest bidder, it could scarce-
ly walk.
"How much am I bid for this ani animal?"
mal?" animal?" shouted the auctioneer.
"Ten cents!" someone cried, and
the crowd laughed.
"Do I hear any one say thirty
cents?"
Not a bid. There were more laughs.
Try as he did, the auctioneer could
not. get a bidder. The old darkey
finally had to take his nag home
again. y
Now, the idea of the Public Market
Day tobe held in Ocala is not to
give someone an opportunity of get getting
ting getting rid of an animal or a plow or
something else that is of no value.
The idea is to have things which are
in good condition, but of no use to
their present owners, get into the
hands of someone else, who can make
use of them. It is a day for the farm farmers
ers farmers especially.
Mr. A. C. Cobb, chairman of th
committee from the Board of Trade,
offered to store at his stables on West
Broadway, such articles as the farm farmers
ers farmers wish to enter for auction" and
want'to bring into the city the day
before the sale. The committee has
not perfected the details for the auc auction,
tion, auction, but expects to do so shortly, and
will then give them wide publicity.
PROPOSED NEW LAW
' FOR THE PRIMARY
(Tampa Tribune)
Tallahassee, April 14. A primary
bill that will cause considerable inter
est throughout the state was intro introduced
duced introduced today by Senator Cash. Some
of the changes in the present law that
are made by the Cash bill are: (a) All
political parties must nominate by
primary election. Political parties are
defined as those polling 25 per cent,
of the total vote polled at the last
general election.
(b) Two primaries are provided
for, the first to be the first Tuesday
after the first Monday in May, the
second three weeks later.
(c)-7The ballot is shortened by al allowing
lowing allowing the state executive committee
to name all delegates to national con conventions
ventions conventions and the national committee committee-man.
man. committee-man. (d) Supervisors of 'registration
have precinct registration books kept
open during month of February;
county registration book during the
mont hof March.
(e) The state and counties to pay
the expense of holding primaries but
executive committees are allowed to
assess candidates up to 2 per cent.,
this to pay expenses of committee
men and for the announcements of
candidates. All announcements of
candidates for the same office are paid
for at the same price by committees.
Candidates may use additional dis display
play display advertising not to be charged foi
at more than the usual commercial
rates.
(f) Members of school boards and
county commissioners are nominated
from the county at large instead of
by districts, as at present. t
ATTENTION, CHILDREN
. The elementary department of the
Methodist Sunday school is requested
to meet at the church tomorrow at
4 o'clock to prepare for the Easter
services. Mrs. George Martin.
NOTICE
I am now writing the delinquent
tax list for publication. All unpaid
taxes will be advertised as required
by law. W. W. Stripling,
14-4t Tax Collector.
EASTER BASKETS
Made by our Indians in America,
5c., 10c. and 15c, at B. Goldman's. 16
Two and four-passenger lawn
i swings at lu. j. joraan a KjQ.

REMEDY PROPOSE

' FOR LIGHT PHUT
Robert Allen Burford Jr. Tells Coun Council
cil Council How City Can Obtain Efficient
Results and Realize on Its Invest Investment.
ment. Investment. Robert Allen Burford Jr. told the
city council last night that the fail failure
ure failure of the city electric light and pow power
er power plant has been due to a failure of
the machinery units to perform in
practice in the manner claimed for
them theoretically. The arrangement
of the plant as it stands is all wrong,
according to Mr. Burford. To remedy
the situation, and to make the city's
investment a paying proposition, he
proposes a new arrangement of the
units now in use in the plant, and the
installation, in addition to this, of a
steam turbine. With these changes
and the installation of the turbine,
Mr. Burford told the council that the.
plant could produce current at 1 cent""
per K. W. hour on a basis of top load,
and for 1.13 cents per K. W. hour on
a basis of half load.
The cost of making the changes in
the present units would be about
$3500, Mr. Burford told the council;
and the cost of installing the turbine
and gears would be between $23,000
and $24,000. He suggested that the
city should raise $30,000, to cover the
costs named, and to provide for any
contingencies. Any surplus, said Mr.
Burford, could be returned to the city
treasury. The investment of this mon money
ey money in the plant, he said, would not.
only pay for itself in less than two
years, but would put the plant" in a
position to earn a return on the en-
tire investment. The saving in the
cost of production of current would
amount to about two cents per K. W.
hour, or about $17,000 in a year. The
proposed changes and additions to the
present equipment would increase the
plant's capacity about 50 per cent, Mrr
Burford said.
In the course of his remarks, Mr.
Burford said that it was absolutely
necessary .that the changes proposed
should be made in the Skinner engine
equipment, for to operate the machine
non-condensing, at has been the prac
tice heretofore, the city may expect
to have costly repair bills from time
to time. Mr. Burford said the con
denser for the Skinner engine is lo located
cated located too far from the engine with
a consequent loss of vacuum for eco
nomical operation.
Mr. Burford, at the invitation of
Mayor Chace, will explain his propo
sition to the citizens of the city at a
public meeting tonight at 7 o'clock.
Following his talk to the council
last night, Mr. D. E. Mclver, president
of the city's governing body, thanked
Mr. Burford for what he had to say.
"I am heartily in favor of going
ahead, and putting the plant in
shape," said Mr. Mclver.
Mr. Mclver asked the members of
the council for an expression of opin
ion as to what they thought of Mr.
Burford's proposition.
"What do you think about it, Mr.
Osborne?" asked Mr. Mclver. "Don't
you think it is right?"
"Sure thing," said Mr. Osborne.
Mr. Thomas said he thought all th
people in Ocala would agree with Mr.
Burford.
Mr. Winer and Mr. Goldman did not
express themselves.
Mr. Clifford Camp, president of the
Florida Power Company, proposed
that the city arrange an exchange of
power with his company's hydro hydroelectric
electric hydroelectric plant.
"Mr. Burford's proposition looks
good to me," said Mr. Camp. "But
does Ocala want to stop with the
present capacity of the plant?"

Mr. Camp said he was not author-
ized to speak for his company. But

he thought what he proposed would be
approved by his company. He sug

gested an arrangement by which the
hydro-electric plant would exchange
power with the city at the same price
per K. W. hour as the city could pro produce
duce produce the current, or "at any price the
city might see-fit to fix."
"I think that Mr. Camp's proposi proposition,
tion, proposition, is a very excellent one," Mr. Bur Burford
ford Burford said, "and I think it would be
well for the city to consider the ar arrangement.
rangement. arrangement. As far as the future is
concerned; I had in mind future addi additions
tions additions to the plant. The earnings re resulting
sulting resulting from the changes that I have
proposed could be used to put in this -additional
equipment."
Mr. Camp and Mr. Burford in dis discussing
cussing discussing the matter both referred to
the hydro-electric plant not being able
to furnish any stated amount of pow power
er power the year around. There is the
question of water to be considered.
Mayor Chace called attention to the
fact that Mr. Camp was offering
nothing definite.
"If the Florida Power Company
has a definite proposition," said the
mayor, "then it should make it, and
( Concluded cn Focrth Pse)



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The following from the Tallahassee t

correspondent of the Jacksonville Me- 'r "WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
mam A

tropohs shows that m some places ati ott rrr wr-vr vn cm
i a, Tr-i -j t ii. fu r SALE, rOK KENT AND SliM-
least Florida realizes the worth of one

of the most faithful and efficient pub- j IL.AU LULAL tkUi

lie servants it ever had: "The so- '.

called Knott budget system law for! RATES Six line maximum, one
county finances, after four years of j time, 25c.; three times, 50c; six times

trial, is now universally approved by 75c; one month $3. Payable m ad ad-legislators
legislators ad-legislators and others familiar with v&nce.
previous conditions of county fiinanc

ing generally. Speaking of the bill I

a member of the house this morning

RHEMAUER'S

OPENS AT 8 A.M.
CLOSES AT 6.30 P. M.

OCALA, FLORIDA

declared to the Metropolis correspond

ent that it has been the salvation of
the state insofar as money matters
of county boards are concerned. He
considers it one of the greatest laws
on the statute books. It has been i
complete insurance against county
bankruptcy. Under its operation it is
absolutely impossible for a county to
go unreasonably in debt. Heavy pen penalties
alties penalties for a violation of the law pre prevent
vent prevent the county boards from digress digressing
ing digressing from its provisions, and many a
county in financial straits in 1915 is
now in fine shape financially as a re result
sult result of the operation of the law."

WANTED At once, a second secondhand
hand secondhand buggy. Must be in first first-class
class first-class condition and reasonable in
price. Address A. J. Brigance,
Ocala, Fla. 14-6t

WANTED 5000 PEOPLE AFTER

NOONS AND EVENINGS to read

the Ocala Star and next day leave

orders for light, heavy or long dis

tance hauling with the Maxwell
Transfer Co., L. E. Yonce, Ocala, Fla.

ADVERTISING RATES
Displays Plate 10c. per Inch for con
aflwmtfvA insertions. Alternate lnser

Hons 25 er cent, additional. Composi

tion charged on ads. that, run less than
six times 5c per inch. Special position
20 per cent, additional. Rates based on

t-lncn minimum, ueaa man iout incues
will take higher rate, rwhich will be
furnished on application.
Reading: Noticest ac. per line for first
Insertion; 3c per line for each subse subsequent
quent subsequent insertion. One change a week
allowed on readers without extra com com-oosltior
oosltior com-oosltior charges.
RATE'S: Six line maximum, one
time 25c; three times 50c; six times
75c; one month ?3. Payable in advance.
Legal Advertisements at legal rates.
Electros must be mounted, or charge
will be made for mounting.

- "Daylight saving" was first put into
- practice in Germany.

Ty Tobb, who put the T in the
Tigers has signed for another season.

Tampa, probably with good reason
claims a population of nearly 80,000

It had about 60Q0 when we first saw

it a little over thirty years ago.
"Daylight saving" didn't save any

- thing in America until the heavy hand
of the fuel administration made the

people shut off their lights a great

part of or all of the nights.

The Olympic games of 1920 are to

be held at Antwerp, Belgium. That

ought to be a, source of vast consola

tion to that country. Germany will

not be allowed to participate.

Australia raised 400,000 men to
fight the war. Of these 50,035 were

killed, 250,000 wounded and only 43S
taken prisoner. Australia is evident

ly a breeding ground of real men

The Daughters of the American

Revolution endorse the league of na

tions. They also want all foreign
languages excluded from the public

schools of this country. The Star is

with them.

FOR RENT Eight room house with

all modern conveniences and nicely

fiimicno1 Tf nraforren will ront

There is only one trouble about r,w fl wv,5

Marion's two representatives in theL.. 'A anyonAiA nr ylox.

iesldlurc' housekeeping. Near town. No. 27

u muu .t"h lu,y we Watula street. 15-6t

inea 10 ten wnai nouse committees
Xl 1 A J i.1 1 1

mey were on, ana wea me wnoie r-np tF.WTT,a fn. l?ot

i t a. TTi a. r T7i t. ii I w e

tuncn l ruru air., run. is on ine i.r.nAVnl. kit-Vpt. n. mnA

in.. i i . 1 0 ,

committee, on convicts, roaas ana ern conveniences. Apply to Mrs. R C.

uriuges, mmua ana state truops ana JcneSj N. Magnolia street, or phone

Mr. Folks is on the

governor's message,

231.

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public lands.

committee on

mining, phosphate and minerals and I "WANTED The King's Daughters
public buildings and grounds. nrA Hosimns nf nrnrnrino- ft heA and

Dispatch from Tallahassee says fHTn;iv. Anv oa havino-nnv of thsf

j.1 a. nx 1 a; -n I

tnat at tne suggesuon oi xvepresen- articles to donate win piease commu commu-tative
tative commu-tative Folks of Marion county, the nif.flte Mrs. Rittinr. Mrs. W

house passed a resolution inviting w clyatt or Mrs. George MacKay. 6t

congressman rranK viarK to aaaress

The Easter Call Dress Up

f : Its an instinct old as the hills,

Store Notes this call to dress up an instinct,

v -J a dutv as well

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the house at as early date as possi- FOR SALTS 1917 Dode tourinp car

Die. ine resoiuuon suggests mat ne 1913 Maxwell touring-car; 1917 Ford
talk to the lawmakers on the subject taurine- car. Will be sold at bargain

of illegal cotton tax laws of the '60s. j prices. Apply at Gates' Garage. N.

ine resolution was a concurrent one Magnolia street, Ocala, Fla. 14-6t

ana went over to tne senate lor ac

tion by tnat body." WANTED Three good second hand

men's bicvcles. AddIv to C. E. Coodv.

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ivery ooay go to tne courtnouse to- Ocala, or Belleview. 14-6t

T 1 A 11 "V W m m mm m

night and hear Mr. Robert Allen Bur-

ford Jr. explain how our city plant I STRAYED From my place 8 miles
may be put in order and changed from southwest of Ocala. one bav mare

a losing to a paying proposition. Mu- cold, 2 years old; bla?e face, white

mtipai uwnersiup is not a ianure jus 1 left hind foot. Also one mule horse

because one attempt has been mud-1 colt Vi vears old: dark colored, white

died. Let's profit by the lessons of nose. A rewark of $10 will be paid to

tne past and try to go ahead to sue-1 any one taking up the same and no-

cess. Itifvincr tnp. Tst. uppti npnr A cmpw

phosphate mine, going north. F. G.

livery i?iondian who served his Buhl. Route A, Box 15, Ocala. 3teod

country in the army or navy m the

world war will receive from the state
a medal, the inscription upon which
will be indicative of the service he

rendered, if a bill introduced by Sen

ator Mac Williams becomes a law. An

WANTED CLEAN RAGS. OLD
TABLE AND BED LINEN PRE PREFERRED.
FERRED. PREFERRED. HOWEVER, OLD COT COTTON
TON COTTON UNDERWEAR, ETC., WILL
DO. WILL PAY 5 CENTS PER

appropriation for the purchase of the POUND IF WELL LAUNDERED

medals is provided for in the measure. OCALA IRON WORKS. PHONE. 4.

The railroad administration will! WANTED Your" stove, range and

give a raise in salary to the em- J refrigerator repair work. We also
ptoyts of the American Express Com-1 buy and sell second hand stoves. Acme

pany. Under .private ownership, ex-1 Stove Hospital, 717 N. Magnolia St.

press employes were always meager-

; Representative Glazer of Manatee I ly paid for very hard work, so the FOR SALE Organ, all worked over

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county nas miroaucea a mu to auousu ; puuuc win not gruage mem tneir gooaiura m gooa conaition; nign top case,
capital punishment in Florida. One i luck. Iwith glass; newly varnished. A real

. m a a 11 x. ;

of the troubles of our state is that

there is not half as much capital pun punishment
ishment punishment as there should be.

Those who have been using the
Monroe doctrine as an argument
against the league of nations will be
surprised that the covenant of the
league is the first state document in
which the Monroe doctrine has been
formally acknowledged by European
nations.

A dispatch from London says that
Vickers, Limited, is about to start a
trans-Atlantic air service with air airships
ships airships which the company was build building
ing building for the British navy when the
armistice was signed, and which are
no lpnger needed, the Pall Mall Ga Gazette
zette Gazette said. The passenger rate will

be $240 and mail will be carried at
the rate of $2025 a ton. The ship will
' MICKIE SAYS

bargain, $25. J. E. Frampton, Ocala,

Tallahassee is called a slow and I Fla. ll-6t

sleepy town, but the rapidity with

which the people hustled around to FOR SALE A good Ford, at a low

supply deficiencies when their electric I price. Maxwell-Chalmers Agency,

power plant was burned shows that city. 15-6t

they can be right there with the

floods when the necessity arises. I WOOD An honest load of wood can

MR. EMPLOYER

j be had by phoning Smoak's Wood

Yard, phone 146. tf

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1IICKY IS TnE STAR'S DEVIL

The Navy Needs Your Help OVERLAND BARGAIN We have

wy,pn man oriioo Q an uveriana car witn new tires wnicn

iob and von can not us him. wnuldn't I we will seU, if taken at once, for $250

vou like to irive him a friendlv tin fta Auto oaies o.. xxortn main street,

to where he can find a stead v ioh inlPnone 348.

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his line of work?

TpII him thi'! "T'm c t oannnt I oulCK 53LX. ihe light model, a har

use you at this time, but I can tell BamIO Tme T Appi ?
you where you can get a good job. If Maxwell-Chalmers Agency, city 15 6t
vnil flrp Viff TCfPn Vi o a nroc n-f 1 7 onrl

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35 and have a trade, or want to learn .Ari,e1 T
one ,go around to the navy recruit- worm-dnven Ford truck which we will
ing office. They are anxious to get bargain. Auto Sales Co

A vM l i.urtxi mam ou uuuuc o u

iiifii iiir.i 1 1 111 w m in 1111 r r vim

wonderful opportunities in any trade,

This will not take more than a min-

AUTO REPAIR SERVICE For

ute of your time, and you will be Qck and reliable automobile service
helping to obtain the men the navy so 5?e ? n 5,.?,?c Garag J

neipmg to oDtam the men the navy

badly needs at present to take the
place of those who enlisted for the

C. Lanier and H. C. Williams. 8-lm

duration of the war and-are waiting F?B SALE-A thoroughbred Hamp-

for their release.

Give us a boost when you can. It

will always be appreciated by thu
navy in general, and by the navy re recruiting
cruiting recruiting service in particular.
Respectfully, J. F. Atkinson,
Lieut.-Commander, U. S. Navy, Re Recruiting
cruiting Recruiting Officer.
Rol films for any make of camera.
Aiiti-Monopoly Drug Store. 6t
You must see those beautiful Geor Georgette
gette Georgette dresses at B. Goldman's to ap appreciate
preciate appreciate their worth. Biggest variety
in the city to select from. 14-3t

Our mechanics are SKILLED in

auto work, and youH not be asked toj J
nav hich nricp's for annrentices' and

shire boar, one year old. Apply to
Nathan Mayo, Summerfield, Fla. 12t

FORD FOR SALE A fine car at a
reasonable price. Maxwell-Chalmers
Agency, city. 15-6t

pay high prices for apprentices' and
1 i T 1 TTT A.

uoica worsmen s time. ve guarantee 1

EAT AT THE :
GREEK-AMERICAH CAFE
A la CARTE SERVICE j
lEveryOring in Ihe Market ;
Best Dome Cooking ;
Qnick Service

our service. Ocala
Garage. Phone 4.

Iron

Works

15-6t

C Jeffers

Call and hear the Pathe Talking

Machine. No needles to change as, it
uses the. sapphire ball point needle.,
Big lot of popular records at 75 cents
each. E. C. Jordan & Co. 6t

t Prons. I

; H.D.Baxter) :
J Phone 272 J
114 S. Magnolia St., Next to
Z Clarkson Hardware Store.
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Victory Red in just a touch is not
only in vogue but decidedly attractive
as well. It comes in a pretty Geor Georgette
gette Georgette pleated ruffling at $1.00 per
yard. White and other colors at cor corresponding
responding corresponding prices.
The Bathing Season is here and our
store is ready with Caps, Satchels
and attractive Suits in bright colors,
of cotton and wool. Splendid suits
tit $5.00 and up.
Plenty of Cordovan Brown Hosiery
in Silk and Lisles, in the well known
Wayne Knit Quality.
Novelty Pearl Buttons are excep exceptionally
tionally exceptionally fine on the Skirts these days.
We have a very broad selection in
sizes and shapes at attractive prices.
Nobby, just fits, as a description to
the Straw Hats for men. Smart as
you could wish and in all the different
straws, at popular prices.

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Everything for faster
for you Young Men
and Young Looking Old
Men in the Men's Shop

Shoes for the Easter time
Are Most Important
A new dress no matter how becoming, no x
matter how expensive, may be ruined by a
pair of ill fitted or soiled shoes.
Care should be taken that shoes fit pro properly
perly properly that there is plenty of length, a snug
fitting arch, the proper room for the toes.
Then the leathers here are of the best,
the colors good, the last most fashionable and"
the makes the best.
May we fit you correctly at
prices as reasonable as the rest.
Dainty Dress Fabrics
Just barely time to select the Easter dress
and have it made come in and consult any
of our salespeople. Let us help you plan and
select French Voils, Domestic Voils, Plain
Organdies in white and colors, Foulard Silks,
Georgettes, Fancy Taffetas in a wealth of colors
and patterns. Popular Prices.

Rheinauer & Company.

Ocala's Best Store

Ocala Painting
And Trimming Shop
Painlingr
Trimming,
Graining,
Varnishing and
Upholstering.

Automobile Painting
A Specialty

PENDER & CONDREY
Carmichael Bldg, N. Magnolia St.

RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Leave Arrive
1:50 am. J'clcsonvIlle-NewYork 2:50 am.

1:56 pm. Jacksonviilo 3:23 pm.

4:07 pm. Jacksonville 5:10 p.m

f Tampa 1
2:50 &.m) Manatee V 2:50 am.
St. Petersburg )

3:26 pm. Tampa-Manatee 1:41pm.

5:10-pm. Tampa-6t. Petersburg 4:07 pm.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD

Leave Arrive

2:12pm J'cksonvIlle-Ne-w Toric i:i&sjn.
2:20 pm. J'ksonville-G'lnesTllle 3:35 pm.

6:42 am. JksonrlHe-GFnesviUe 10:13 pm.
3:15 am. SL Pefsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am.
3:35 pm. St. Pefsbrg-Lakeland 2:00 pm.
7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wllcox
7.40 am. Du'nellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm.
3.25 pm. Homosassa 1:45 pm.
10:13 pm. Leesburg 6:42 am.
4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

When your cylinders are full of car

bon you are wasting gas and oil en energy.
ergy. energy. Let us burn them out for you
and save you money. Ocala Iron
Works Garage. 15-Ct

11 Sfv X

5t ..1 s 1 a nfe. m s 1 m nil

mil f-?ij,rr

We Have Everything in the Soap Line
that the Most Exacting Taste could desireT
Soaps White and Colored
scented and unscented in oblong cake and oval
cake square cake and round cake fancy and plain.
Imported and Domestic
But all of a Quality that will Suit your every
requirement
No other store in this section can offer
such a variety at such close prices.

' E. Co dJOEIDAM & CO.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
AUTO HEARSE SERVICE
We deliver caskets free anywhere in the county.
Calls promptly answered night or day.
WILBUR c. sunn SAM r. pyles, jr.
LICENSED EMBALf4lERS.
Day Phone 10 Mjht Phones 225 and 423

Read the Star V7ant Kds. It pays

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OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1919

OCALA QCCURREHCES
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If you have any society items,
please phone One-Two-One (121).

Mrs. D. A. Fort and two children, i I A
Mary. Elizabeth ar.d Reb?cca Helen, ; A
left Saturday for their home in Pal-'f;;
rnctto. ffc
Lit William Martin i3 now with',;:
the A my ct Occup ation in Germany
f.nd viU probably come home with the:
last of the A. E. F. I
i jij
Your credit is good at E. C. Jordan
& Company's. 6t
j .j
Miss Beatrice Boney, who has been?:
in the city on a visit to her moth ei i
for the last ten days, will return toj.fc

Jacksonville next week.
Mr. L. H. Mclntyre,'a prominent
business man of Tampa, was in town
yesterday, on a visit to the Florida
Abstract Company people.

Perspiring feet cause your shoes to
ijjar out sooner than they would Re Remove
move Remove the cause, save your shoes and
make your feet comfortable and in inoffensive.
offensive. inoffensive. "Scholl's," Little's Shoe
Parlor. 12-3t
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley James of
Leesburg and their very pretty little
daughter, Margaret Mary, made a
brief visit to' our city in their car
Monday afternoon.
W- ill '
Naval Recruiting Officer Kilgore
has approved Robert Brinson, a young
man from. Oxford, and sent him to
Atlanta for final examination. Mr.
Brinson enlisted as a fireman.

Wo are not usinc anv flour substi-llA!

tutes in our bread, cakes and pies Al

now. In fact, they are better than
ever, Let us serve you. Carter's Jvfc

Bakery. v tf

In referring to beginning the sum- p
mer half -holiday at Frank's store, in
yesterday's issue, we put the date at 5g

Thursday. It should have been lM
Thursday, May 1, which, "however, y

isn't very far off.

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A letter from Frank Churchill, with
the S. Q. S. at Bordeaux, tells of a $
pleasant trip he had during a brief

leave to the Pyrenees region oflj

France. Frank is kept very useful

and will probably be among the last
to come home.

FRANK'S
ANNUAL EASTER SALE
OF
LADIES' READY TO WEAR

NOW GOING ON

A timely sale of- up to the minute styles in
Coat Suits, Capes, Dolmans, Dresses, Skirts
arid Blouses. This is your opportunicy to get

your "DRESS UP" outfit right in the beginning of the season
at MIDSUMMER PRICES.

This Event Will Continue Until
. Saturday, April the 19th, 1919.

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OCALA,
FLORIDA

FRANKS

OCALA,
FLORIDA

"THE FASHION CENTER"

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Miss Annie Benton Fuller has re-
RiomAd her nosition as stenocrraDher

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fnr the Roard of Trade. Miss Fuller eaa was neia in tne seconu ruunu,

liked the work very well, but thought which closed by Mr. Knight leading

i- mna Haw rflltw tn otOV tt hATVIO QTini U V BCYCU UW. VaillU "V" fc.-

help look after her grandmother, Mrs, j runner-up cup m the championship.'

W. M. Martin, who tho in good health

is quite feeble. j We keep nationally advertised pro

ducts and sen you wnat you warn.

Large supply of Velvet Beans and Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 6t

Chufas now on hand, The Ocala

7-11-X9 Mr. Frank G. Merrin. who for the

rast several months has been in the

Operative Association to assist it in baths, barber shops, shoeshine par-
hosticultural work in its 3000-acre or- lors, a laundry, pressing club, contiu-
ange grove. Mr. Merrin states he re- ous moving pictures, a French can-
grets to leave Marion county, and teen, where all their wants for sweet
that the time spent here has been things are satisfied, an athletic field,

pleasant in eyery detail.

Seed Store,

In a recent letter received from Mr.

Wayne Ten Eyck, who is with the

439th Supply Train at Toul, he tells

of how well the boys are being taken

Mr, Mack Taylor of the Auto Salea employment of the United States de-care of and entertained now that hos-

spended. He is

where outdoor sports are furnished,

and at a recent football game fifty
American airplanes continually cir circled
cled circled over during the game. Of course,
this has only been since the armistice
was sighed. Before that time he

slept in barns, shell holes, pigpens,

dugouts, etc. These new surround-

CnmrrnnT Viae Anna f Vl o t 7 CfinnPwhnf. I i. 4- if ., oinnnoJ I i1i4-in. Viava Kaon cue

of a. service by installing that hand- in Qcala, in charge of club production located in one of the largest barracks. ngs sem "ke Paradise ana tne menus
a rr.: i : 0l , , im-i. xi.. 1 he sends show how well uncle bam

iney nave ine uesu urc-.esi.ra. 111 uic

vgome and efficient gasoline station at aRd animal husbandry, assisting the

the corner of Washington and North county agent, leaves soon for Lake Lake-Main;
Main; Lake-Main; It is not only a great conven- land, where he has accepted a posi posi-ience,
ience, posi-ience, but is an improvement to the tion with the Lakeland Highlands Co-

looks of that part of town.

Second army, which furnishes music
at meals. There are in connection

with the barracks hot and cold shower

is feeding his men.

$200 REWARD

Sergeant William Henry Fuller Js

in the railway branch of the Ameri

can military police in France, and

has a regular run on the great trunk
line from Paris to the Italian border.
We daresay William Henry makes an

Al M. P. He is full of good humor

and; tact, but ready to fight when the

necessity exists.

If it is an automobile or marine en engine
gine engine and you want SERVICE phone
393 or come to Bouvier's Garage. We
are prepared to handle any job. The

2r?BS are right and satisfaction

guaranteed. Marshall Eouvier, Man

ager, "-tf

Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Howell of Fort

McCoy were in the city today. They
Were on their way home .from Jack

sonville, where Mr. Howell has been
employed in the shipyards for the
past year or more." Mr. Howell not

only accumulated considerable of the

mazuma while m Jacksonville but ac

quired a smart and good-looking wife.

Peptona, the Great Tonic.

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"In the Hollow of Her Hand," at

the Temple last night, proved to be

one of Alice Brady's winners. An
interesting picture well presented.
The Pathe News was good, showing
among other things the return of the
.. war-worn "Princess Pats" to Canada

and the triumphal parade of the vie

torious 27th Division in New York.

This evening Peggy Hyland will ap

pear in "The Girl with No Regrets."

w A line of the prettiest Georgette-

dresses ever seen in Ocala has just
arrived at B. Goldman's for Easter
trade. Call and see them. 14-3t
The St. Augustine Record says:
With W. A. Knight amateur cham champion
pion champion of Florida, the fifth annual tour tournament
nament tournament of the Florida State Golf As Association
sociation Association ended Saturday evening. Mr.

Knight was opposed in the "finals by
Mr. Clarence Camp of Ocala, a keen
golfer and skilled player. They play played
ed played over a course of 36 holes, covering
eighteen holes in the morning rounds
and doubling the same in the aftei--

noon. In the morning Mr. Knight de

fpfltod his opponent by seven up. This

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"For Economical Transportation"

As a business man you have faith
in your Judgment. It'sjyour guide
You are shrewd enough to appreci appreciate
ate appreciate comparative values. Your Judg Judgment
ment Judgment tells you that.
It is the comparative standards that
we would have you Judge the CHEV CHEVROLET
ROLET CHEVROLET f Four-Ninety Touring Car
and also the Four-Ninety" Ro adster.
We are conlident that the value and
price will so strongly appeal to you
after you have inspected them that
we shall be pleased to demonstrate
any car that interests you.
Let us show you what the Chevro Chevrolet
let Chevrolet can do.
CM IRON WORKS GARAGE
N. Main SL - - Ocala, Fl a.

I will give $200 for the arrest and

delivery to the county jail of a negro

man who attempted on last Tuesday

to violently invade the sacred pre

cincts of my home near Lynne when

there was no one present but my 15-

year-old daughter and two of my lit little
tle little children. The description as best
can be given, he was dark complected,

about 5 ft. 10 in. high, weight about

140 pounds, white teeth, black mus

tache, much white in the eyes, wore a

dark blue cap, lightweight sack coat
and pants of light blue color. I have

good reason to believe that said negro

is wounded in lower part of body,

mostly on left side of abdomen and
left arm and hand, as my daughter in

self-Drotection shot him. not more

than fifty feet away, with a shotgun

loaded with No. 8 bird shot.

Very respectfully,
Lynne, Fla. O. H. Rogers.
AN OCALA INTERVIEW

Mr. Hays Tells His Exzerience

The following brief account of an

interview with a man ten years ago,

and. its sequel, will be read with keen
interest bv everv citizen.

C F. Hays, runs wooa yard, JNortn

Magnolia St-, says: "I think heavy
lifting caused by kidneys to become
weak. I suffered greatly from severe

rains in my back and I was often so

stiff and lame, I could hardly do my
work. I also had frequent, severe

headaches. A friend told me about

Doan's Kidney Pills and I began us

ing them. Doan's gave me more re relief
lief relief than all the other medicines I

took and I crladly recommend them.

The above statement was given May
13, 1908, and on April 16, 1918, Mr.
Havs added: "I gladly repeat the

statement I made in praise or JJoan s
Kidney Pills. I haven't had occasion

to use this medicine since, for it has

effected a permanent cure.

Price 60c at all dealers. Don't
simDly ask for a kidney remedy get

Doan's Kidney Pills the same that

Mr. nays naa. osier-MUDurn vx
Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Yv Adv. 6
We are the authorized repair sta station
tion station in Marion county for the Reo,
Dort, Premier, Overland, Internation International
al International and Chevrolet cars. There's a rea reason.
son. reason. Ocala Iron Works Garage, North
Main street, phone 4. 15-6t

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Peptona.

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Ford cars have become such a world
utility that it would almost seem as if
every family ought to have its Ford
car. Runabout, Touring Car, Coupe
Sedan, (the two latter have enclosed
bodies), and the Truck Chassis, have
really become a part and parcel of
human life. You want one because
its service will be profitable for you.
We solicit you order at once because,
while production is limited, it will be
first come, first supplied.
Tucker's Garage
Phone 439
Ocala - Florida.

THE GUARANTEE VULCANIZING PLANT
We Vulcanize CASINGS and INNER TUBES and
Guarantee Every Peace of Work.
SECOND HAND TIRES BOUGHT AND S0LD
JAMES E. ENGESSER, Proprietor

(At the Old Ford Garage)

I-C-E 2
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 going
nicely now; it is well chilled and it is doing fall duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it Ptay sulk on you all the
remainder of the season.
OCALA ICE AND PACKING COMPANY

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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1919

See the Season9 s Very Newest
and Best
EASTER STYLES
Now on Display

at the

Affleck Millinery Parlor
South Side Ocala House Block

Hair Goods and Hair Work.

LATEST LOCALS

Miss Brooks of North. Lake Weir

was a visitor in the city today.

DAILY HEALTH TALUS

The Best Way to Treat
Constipation
riTT r n ti inWTtr if f

ox o. v. i"vxvf Mrs. j. E. Branch of Summerfield

The medical books name many drugs was shopping in Ocala today.

that will move the bowels. 1 he drug store
i i 1

shelves are loaqea aown wi n laxauves, Mrs T j BIalock has gone to Tam Tam-"SC
"SC Tam-"SC P for a visit with her daughter,

J vl lnnr 11a rrrV oil I J1FS. 1. J. IM IXOn.

right for a little while, but they soon lose

REMEDY IS PROPOSED
FOR ELECTRIC PLANT

(Continued from First Pace)

there should be no indulging- in gen generalities,
eralities, generalities, which serve only to detract
from the definite proposition of put putting
ting putting the present plant on a paying
basis. I think it very unfortunate
that this new issue should be injected
into the discussion just at this time.
There should be no muddying of th
waters

Dr. Chace said that he had invited

their effect, and a change has to be made I Mrs. Charles Mathewes of Candler,

tosomethineelse. The constant taking of lsnent Tuesdav and Wednesdav in

pills results in a form of bowel inactivity Qcala, the guest of Mrs. James Pyles. Mr. Burford to address the citizens

that is umca to cure. !- f fa hU meeting to-
comes so accustomed to laxative drugs , ... J 4f ...
that the organs just won't work without Mlss Gertrude Robinson, who was night, m order that the citizens
them, and so the piU habit becomes as bad reported to have gone to Center Hill, might get a better ieda of just what
, mnstination itself. Dr. Pierce, of Buf- did not go, but is now at the home of the situation is with regard to the

falo, N. Y., seems to me to have the right I Mrs. George Taylor. I plant.

idea, lie says the rxwei3 snouia nrsi do

ets, and m the meantime laxative foods . . T . ...

-V,,,M K ooton Furs nnmea. o ive "utia "A """"" k

EASTER BASKETS

-THIRTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN THE BUSINESS.
J. W. lUNTE'R
GUN AND LOCKSMITH
GUfiS, REVOLVERS, PISTOLS, LOCKS, LAWN MOWERS, UM UMBRELLAS,
BRELLAS, UMBRELLAS, ETC., REPAIRED.
SAWS AND SCISSORS
We Buy and Sell All Kinds of Second Hand Articles. Only Ex Exclusive
clusive Exclusive Second Hand Store in Town. .
301 SOUTH MAIN ST.

Made of straw and reed.

novelty, at B. Goldman's.

Peptona Tonic

A real

16-tf

i.. rU.,U Krt Alton Fitrs" nnmes. olive I -OCia. ax

n Vmarh. bran, veeetablcs and fruits are their guest, are spending the day on

fine for constipation. Chew every bite I the Withlacoochee river
thoroughly, eat little meat, and be as I

active as .'possible. Now, doesnt that Peptona is sold in Ocala at Gerig's

seem sensible: rieasant reueu wiu sian, Drmr Stre ut one dollar tier bottle, tf

. l . 1 l.I KAn s Itn I

S ttt'loKldftSS Miss Emily Evans, who has bee, HCIVCF I MdmSN

A. vk t1 tAllCTIDCB niTTIHFV IJira D LiCllli 111 tl Lilt VV 111 L A. Ill VJilia. Lll

S Uver oTto taSk?.. Tcold"1 uest of Mrs. C. L. Gamsby. left yes- UNDERTALERS and E1IBALLIERS

arejuswmei m m ,f A

Dr. Pierce's Anoayne rue umuneni
A.

Iterday for her home in Montreal.

soothes, cools and heals piles in a most The study class of the Baptist Mis.
ES&Tt&'& society wiH meet at the home
rplievMsosurelvandouicUy. Dr. Pierce of Mrs. Peeples on Oklawaha avenue

believes Anodyne Pile Ointment will over-I tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.

come any case that can De overcome oy

medical treatment. Try it right now. I This being holy week, there was no
Dr. Pierce's Anuric Tablets aremtended meeting of the Wednesday afternoon

SdraiTOlS" .dfJ today. Next Wednesday
" itu KtrW Mrs. W. A. AVilds will entertain the

BJSlCUia 040 uiutuu -w -v; I
everybody has too much unc acid. Iciud.

Anuric Tablets dissolve uric acid quickly,

as they are made double strength. j They're perfect dreams those new I

PHONES 47. 104. 185

OCALA, FLORIDA

Georcette dresses at R. Ooldmfln'n.

iou cauiiov uiafwc see them hefore huvinw votir Kaster

. i .i ii t.: l -ft

wnue xne sun muca ou 14-3t

you from seeing

sun.

Dr. K. J. Weihe,
Eyesight Specialist
Graduate Optometrist

With Weihe Co., Jewelers, Ocala, Fla.

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See Our Show Windows and Keep Posted

SPECIAL

DlSCOpii

OF

10 PER

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On All Our flats tor F,len, Women, and Children

nE are showing everything in Crepe-Dechine, in Georgette Waists, White

u Skirts, Silk Skirts and fancy Skirts.

0

Col. and Mrs. R. F. Rogers have as

their guests, Misses Emma Rogers
and Louise Moody, who motored from

Jacksonville. They expect to remain

until Friday.

Mrs. Mary Green Chambers, who

has been spending the winter in Mi-!
ami, has again returned to Ocala,

where she will spend the summer at

the home of Mrs. A. M. Perry.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tydings went

to Palatka Monday, taking the day

light trip, but owing to the severe

storm that raged in Palatka yester

day they were unable to return until

today.

No matter what may be the elec

trical troubles of 'your automobile,
our experts will 'locate and remedy

them quickly. Ocala Iron Works

Garage. 15-6t

The social service committee of the

Methodist church will hold a sale in
the bandstand Saturday afternoon,
j starting at J5 o'clock.. They will sell

Easter eggs and candy and the pro

ceeds of the sale will go towards the
fund that is being raised for a tennis

court.

1
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Mrs. E. J. Redding expects to go to

Jacksonville Friday to visit her son,

Mr. Bert Redding. Mr. Fred Redding,

grandson of- Mrs. E. J. Redding, has

just arrived in Jacksonville from New

York City, having received his dis-

I charge from the army. Mr. Redding

was one' of the first Jacksonville boys

to enlist and was ten months over

seas, connected with the 23rd Squad Squadron,
ron, Squadron, U. S. air service. Mrs. Redding
goes especially to see him.
V EASTER BASKETS

SEE

Our Cool Suits for men and Boys. The
. time for them is here.

All IMs ol Sltoss, Easte
Shoes ?JofIi Shcss
for Men, Women and Children.

Just received Big shipment of
Colgate's Talcum Powder
for this Easier Sale at.... rc
Other brands Talcum at 7c a can

Small size Cashmer Boquet
Soap at 9c
Colgate's Coleo Soap at 9c
Palm Olive Soap at.. 10c

n

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FOR M'S ID B

BIG Assoni

0 V S SHIRTS,

Made by our Indians in America,
5c, 10c. and 15c., at B. Goldman's. 16

LIFE

fire:

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida

ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

SALT FISH

DIRECT FROM OUR YlSUUiG
BOATS TO YOU!

Salt Fish direct to the consumer
by prepaid parcel post or express
15 lbs. for $2.00
Special price on barrel lots
TBE ST. GEORGE
PACKING CO.
St. George on the Gulf
Apalachicola, Florida

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
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.

Salt Ocean Whiting
per Itu 10c
This fish is packed in brine the

same as mackerel is packed. The meat

is white and the fish weigh from

eight to sixteen ounces.

North Carolina Round Ilearrino

per lb. 10c
This fish is packed in brine some something
thing something on the order of the the brine in
which Holland herring comes. The
fish is -fat and juicy and makes an
appetizing breakfast.

(0), EL US AFdDH

When you are having your gas tank
filled at our place we ask you to take
advantage of our air service. Ocala
Ircn Works Garage. 15-Ct

ww to me mims

Let u 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-
I
ING. Try it on one tire and
convince yourself.

VULCAMSIIRKS

Phone 78

Ocala,-Fla.

-ANNOUNCEMENT

J

Beginning Thursday, May 1st, and continuing
thrughout all the summer months until Sep Sep-tember
tember Sep-tember 25th, we. will close every Thursday at
ONE O'CLOCK
We will ask our many patrons to kindly as assist
sist assist us in giving our clerks this much deserve.d
holiday by shopping on Thursdays beginning
May 1st, before noon.

FRANK'S
"THE FASHION CENTER"
OCALA - - FLORIDA

PF?

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. AND TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
EFFECnCE APRIL 14TJJ ;
Lv. Jacksonville 1:00 A. 1J.
Lv. Lake City 3:19 A. II.
Lv. Madison ; .49 A. II.
Lv. Live Oak 5:20 A. M.
Ar. Tallahassee 8:00 A. TL
BETUBJilNG
m
Lv. Tallahassee 12:01 A. 1L
Lv. Madison 2:10 A. IL
Lv. Live Oak 3:15 A- IL
Lv. Lake City 4:15 A. M.
Ar. .Jacksonville 7:00 A. M.
SLEEPER DAY COACHES BAGGAGE CAR

' AIR IMS RAER,

G.Z. PHILLIPS,
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
. Jacksonville, Florida.

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