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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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daily (except sunday)
daily
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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Weather Forecast: Fair tonight ex except
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portion.
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1919.
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SALE OF WAR-BUILT
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Being Dbpod of by the
Government

A.cUte i IT!
Washington, April IT, The sale of
the war-built merchant fleet was be begun
gun begun today by the shipping board with
the transfer of fifteen wooden steam steamships
ships steamships to tha Naeirema Steamship Co-,
of New York, at $C30,COO for each
vesteL
r: WIATOUS ARE SAFE
J Washington r April IT, Two lieu-
tenants
and
a mechanician, array
fliers unofficially reported missing
tetween Nicaragua and Havana are
safe. They were prevented starting
from Havana by engine trouble.
AMERICANS ROUNDED 'Of UP
Archangel, Wednesday, April 16,
(By Associated Press A small Am American
erican American scouting- party operating in
front of the alibi positions along thv
railway front yesterday, surprised and
ambushed a Bolshevik patrol wound wounding
ing wounding a number of the party.
J. A. GRUMBLES
The Star -.regrets to hear of the
11 death at Dunnellon of Mr. J. A.
Grumbles, a longtime citizen of that
town, and an important factor in
phosphate affairs.
Mr. Grumbles died at T:30 last eve
ning of heart trouble. He was strick strick-a
a strick-a yesterday morning. Medical aid
was summoned and the physicians of
that city worked over him all day. An
automobile was dispatched to Ocala
for a nurse and Mb Hadsock went
to Dunnellon, to arrive only a short
time before his death.
Mr. Grumbles leaves a family and
a circle of friends as large as any
man in the county. He has been one
of the foremost factors in the devel development
opment development of Dunnellon and the phos phosphate
phate phosphate industry.
The faneral will be held at An Anthony
thony Anthony tomorrow afternoon, where the
remains will be laid to rest- A sister
is on her way from the north and a
daughter from Tallahassee to attend
the funeral. Mclver & Mac Kay have
charge of the funeral arrangements.
INVEST THE INTEREST :
On Toar Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds
in War Savings Stamps
Atlanta, April IT The treasury de department
partment department has advised every holder of
bonds of the Fourth Liberty Loan to
reinvest the half-year interest which
was due Tuesday, April 15, in thrift
stamps and war savings stamps. The
government's thrift campaign offers
liberty Eond holders, particularly the
holders of single bonds and small lots,
an opportunity to place their Liberty
Bond interest immediately at work
for the government at a lucrative In Interest
terest Interest rate. Liberty Bond interest
coupons, as such, do not earn interest.
They are the interest. Invested in
war savings stamps the interest will
earn four per cent compounded quar quarterly,
terly, quarterly, will be safely invested and will
IrZ always available for a pressing
need. v -.
The bond3 of the Fourth Liberty
Loan, which pay six months interest
today, earn at the rate of 41 Two
coupons from $100 bonds of this issxiv
will more than buy a war savings
stamp coating this month $4.15. In
five years the war savings stamp will
be worth $. A single coupon from
a hundred dollar bond of the fourth
issue will more than purchase eight
thrift stamps, or half the number
necessary for' exchange into a war
savings stamp.
Through the postofUce department
the treasury department has arrang arranged
ed arranged that Liberty Bond interest coupons
will be accepted as cash in the pur purchase
chase purchase of thrift stamps or war savings
famps at any postofflce.
Largs supply of Velvet Beans and
Gkofas now on hand. The Ocala
Seed Store. 7-11-19
Films for all makes of roll cam
eras at the Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. 6t
Sail Ocean Whiting
per III lOe.
This fish i.4 packed in brine the
same as mackerel is packed. The meat
Is white and the fish weigh from
eight to sixteen ounces.
Rorfh Carolina Round n earring
per lb. 10c.
This fish is packed in brine some
thing on the order cf the the brine in
which Holland herring comes. The
fish is fat and juicy and makes an
appetizing breakfast.
GESCEEY

FISH

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Should Germany Abo Ask an Apology
for Resistance by France and Brit Britain.
ain. Britain. No One Need be Surprised

tAsoeiae2 Fre
Paris, April IT- Germany intends
to claim an indemnity from the Allies,
according to the Frankfort Gazette.
The Gazette says the German nego negotiators
tiators negotiators at Versailles will ask payment
for damages sustained from aerial
attacks, from the occupation of Get Get-maa
maa Get-maa territory by allied troops and
for the delay in concluding peace.
causing a prolongation of Bolshevik )
and Spartacan troubles.
BLOODSHED IN BAVARIA
Berlin, April IT, (By the Aio Aio-ciated
ciated Aio-ciated Press.) Large forces of Ba Bavarian
varian Bavarian troops with artillery and mine
throwers bean an advance on Munich
Tuesday, according to the Tageblatt,
tut it is unknown whether a decisive
battle has been fought.
BOLSHEVISM BREAKING
Copenhagen, April IT Bolshevism
in Russia is giving way to the new
bourgeoisie," according to the director
of the Moscow Red Cross committee,
who has arrived here. Premier Len Lenin
in Lenin e and Minister of -War Trotxky are
trying to reach an understanding with
the moderate elements In Russia, said
the Red Cross worker,
SWISS WILL TAKE A VOTE
Geneva, April IT The Swiss gov government
ernment government has issued an official note
saying that owing to the extreme im importance
portance importance of the matter the Swiss peo people
ple people will be called on to decide by a
referendum vote whether the confed confederation
eration confederation shall Join the league of ca cations.
tions. cations. WANTS TO GET RID OF FREDDY
WILLIE
Zurich, April IT. Former German
Crown Princess Ccile has taken steps
to divorce her husband, according to
a statement given Swiss newspapers
by her mother. The statement pub published
lished published charged Fredrick William with
cruelty to his wife.
SENSATION AT BERNE
Berne, April IT. The Swiss feder federal
al federal council, it is reported, has decided
to recognize the new German govern government
ment government on the ground that it was legal legally
ly legally elected by the national assembly,
which was chosen by a vote of the
people. The report caused a sensa sensation
tion sensation in political circles here.
DICKISON CHAPTER
WILL ENTERTAIN
Dickison 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 candies on sale. The pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds will go to pay the pledge of the
chapter for the Confederate soldiers'
home in Jacksonville. All friends are
cordially invited to attend.
ATTEMPT TO PERPETUATE
THEMSELVES IN OFFICE
(Tampa Times)
Tallahassee, April 14 Senator Mc-
Leod of Santa Rosa county, acting on
the recommendation of Attorney Gen
eral Swearingen, has put in a bill the
effect of which will be to put a power powerful
ful powerful weapon in the hands of state
house officials, according to an old
state house scout, and furnish them
with the means of putting up a politi
cal barrage around any precinct or
county at any time they wish. It will
be a powerful weapon in the hands of
the man who holds it or has access to
t, and wishes re-election.
The bill provides that the registra
tion officers of every county shall, 30
days preceding every state primary,
mail to the oSce of the secretary of
state a new and correct list of the
qualified voters of every precinct. The
secretary of state shall then cause to
be mailed out to every voter that
foolish little booklet which the pri primary
mary primary law calls for and which ought
Li be suppressed from the mails on
the grounds thai it takes money under
false pretenses. These booklets have
hitherta fees a distributed by the coun-
tv registration officers and should be
wiped cut altogether as a useless ex
pense.
The real nigger in the woodpile' is
the mailing list of every qualified
voter in the state which will be acces
sible to the state house politicians. It
will make the best mailing list in the
state and it will be on tap free of all
charge. Patent medicine fakers, real
estate sharps, implement dealers ana
many an honest and diwionest busi
ness house would pay thousands of
dcitars for such a mailing list and it
may be remarked in passing that the
state house politicians are not more
dead to the value of a good mailing
list than their brothers in business.
Senator McLod has been handed
"hot" one.
Perspiring feet cause your shoes to
wear out sooner than they would Re
move the cause, save, your shoes and
make your feet comfortable and in
offensive. "Scholl's," Little's Shoe
Parlor. 12-2t

By Fanatical Turks h reared by the

Allied OScer i. Con Constantinople
stantinople Constantinople A -. :tel Pres.!)
London, April IT-- It is learned
here that the situation in Turkey Is
tacrine grave anxiety and interna international
tional international disorder ii rife, according to re reports
ports reports from a British naavl officer at
Constantino!. It is feared there
will shortly le outbreaks and mas-
s-icres of tne Armenian population on
r Ir.rge scale.
i
UNKEST IN INDIA

Simla, India, April 14.Martiai i $u Johns, N. F April 17- Weath Weath-law
law Weath-law has been declared in the Lam-1 fcr conditions favorable for flying pre
hore and Amritzar districts, accord-j vailed here today. Hawker and Rayn Rayn-ing
ing Rayn-ing to announcement received here ; ham, the rival pilots, are ready for
today. The announcement states that the race across the Atlantic and look look-the
the look-the governor general is satisfied a ed incoming weather reports as to
state of open rebellion exists in these whether weather conditions over the
districts. j ocean wculd permit them to start
BLOOD SHED BY THE BOLS f cn'

London, April IT. Eighteen hun hundred
dred hundred people, including four hundred
women, have been murdered by the
Bolsheviki in Ufa, according to an
Omsk telegram reecived in official
quarters here.
RIOTS IN MILAN
Milan, Italy, April IT, Four per persons
sons persons were killed and several wounded
in the disorders here Wednesday inci incidental
dental incidental to clashes between socialist
and anti-socialist groups. Workmen
in the principal manufacturing cities
of northern Italy begun a twenty
fonr hour strike today.
PAYING PREMIUMS
At their last meeting, the county
commissioners drew a warrant for
$1500 on the agricultural fund in
favor of the Marion County Fair, for
payment of premiums won last fall,
and Mrs. Tweedy has been busy in the
agreeable task of mailing checks to
the prize winners.
TALLAHASSEE TOPICS
(Tampa Times)
Representative Fort of Marion, is
pushing a resolution memoraiizing
Congress to pass a bill protecting
game and fish in a certain portion of
tne Ocala National Forest. There are
254,000 acres in the Ocala forest but
only about T5,000 acres of it is asked
tc be protected by Mr. Fort, memo memorial.
rial. memorial. He wants Congress to forbid
hunting or fishing in this section. The
forest borders in great part on the St.
Johns river but the part for whict.
he asks protection is on the Lake
county line. There are two national
forests in Florida, this and the one
known as the Milton National Forest
in West Florida. The Milton forest
is of even larger acreage than the
Ocala forest. The government main maintains
tains maintains them for experiments in re reforestation.
forestation. reforestation. Primary Suffrage
That the plan to give women the
right to vote in the primaries is dead
is the general belief among well in informed
formed informed members of the legislature
though members of the Equal Suf Suffrage
frage Suffrage League who are here working in
its interest have not by any mean a
given up the fight. In fact their of
ficial bill, which is to be sponsored by
Representative Waybright, has not
yet been before the house though Rep
resentative Glazier of Manatee, in introduced
troduced introduced such a bill last week. The
legislators are not yet ready to be
lieve that a majority of the folks back
home want the women to vote is the
real truth of the matter. Several
members who will vote for the sub submission
mission submission of a constitutional amend
ment giving women the vote will not
vote for the bill giving primary suf
frage. The latter carries no referen
dum while the former of course docs.
That Marianna School
In his report to the legislature At Attorney
torney Attorney General Swearingen says that
ever since his first visit to the Mari Marianna
anna Marianna school, a few days after assum assuming
ing assuming office, he has been impressed with
the need of a sufficient appropriation
to make a real industrial school. The
state recalls well the promises made
by Mr. Swearingen at that time but
recall salso that since the time an-
recalls also that since the time an
the institution, due to the neglect of
the state board to pay any attention
to the Xlarianna school which has al
ways been a sort oT "red-headed step-r
child among the state institutions.
The state hopes that Mr. Swearingen
will not allow his good intentions to
lapse from memory this time as the
seem to have done before.
The remains of Miss Julia Brown.
who died in Washington a few days
ago, arrived here on the early after afternoon
noon afternoon train, and were taken to 31clver
ii MacKays chapel, where they will
remain until two o cIock tomorrow
morning, when they will be taken by
relatives to their last resting place at
Oviedo. Friends of this much
lamented young lady who desire to
bring flowers to lay on her casket
during her final journey should take
them to Mclver & Mac Kay.
Combination shower bath, massage
and shampoo brushes at the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Ct

Improved Weather Raises the Hopes

of Aviators on Both Sides
of the Atlantic
tA-ctA:.i Pre)
East Church, England, April IT-
Major Wood, the British aviator who
will attempt a trans-Atlantic flight
from Ireland, announced his intention
this morning of flying to Limerick
this afternoon. If the present im improved
proved improved weather conditions" continue,
lajor vvockj saia ce wouia sxarx on
; ms nizni across ir.e sua.&uc lomor-
row.
i KtAiU rUK lilt. KAIK
WILL KNOCK THE HEL
OUT OF HELGOLAND
(Ajciatftd rreM)
London, April IT- Helgoland, Ger Germany's
many's Germany's extensively fortified island,
which bars the entrance to the Elbe
and Weser rivers. Is to be dismantled
and virtually destroyed, by order of
the council of four, according to un unofficial
official unofficial advices.
POLISH TROOPS BEGIN
TO CROSS GERMANY
(Associated Pressj
Parts, April 17 The first contin contingent
gent contingent of Gen. nailer's Polish troops
started across Germany yesterday.
They were accompanied by officers
detailed by the United States army
and British, French and Italian offic officials
ials officials who will act as liason officials
between the German and Polish
troops.
The Woman's Club program Sa(ur
day, which is in charge of two com committees,
mittees, committees, art and literature, Mrs- G. W.
Martin and Mrs. Lester Warner,
chairmen, prcciirca to be an Intel Intellectual
lectual Intellectual feast. Dr. James Pharr, dean
r.f the department of English, Uni University
versity University of Florida, will speak, his sub subject
ject subject being the "Development of Lan Language."
guage." Language." All teachers, students and
others interested in the subject are
cordially invited to be present. Club
members have the privilege of invH-
ir.g tneir ir;enos. Mrs. r, w. tJacn

holz, teacher of art in the public WP J- r wnich Has been sold to
schools of Gainesville, who was invit- th tat nd upon investigation the
ed to make an address on art, has no-j hoard found it has no authority in the
titled Mrs. Martin that she is greatly, premises.
disappointed in not being able to Mr. S. H. Gaitskill appeared in re re-come
come re-come this week. Mrs. Buchholx is to lot 10, sec 24, tp 12, r 20, At.
deeply interested in the things that redonda grant, which had been solo
artists and art students may do that to the state, and produced receipts
may at least help lighten the burdens' that he has for a number-ef years
r.r.d keep alive the spark of under- heen paying taxes on the land and
standing which has done so much' that ia the 1915 assessment roll this
through all ages to create and spread lot was left off but the aceage was
that which beautifies and enriches not reduced, upon which statement
iife. Her absence is our loss. Be-; the board recommended to the comp comp-tides
tides comp-tides Dr. Pharr 's address, there will stroller that the state certificate cov cov-be
be cov-be a musical program cf great in- cring this land be cancelled,
teresv. Be sure to come. Mr. G. W. Neville appeared in be-
y fcaif 0f the trustees of the Dunnellon
Mrs. Anderson and son, Mr. Carl' special road and bridge district, ask ask-Anderson
Anderson ask-Anderson of Iron Town, Michu, were' ing that the commissioners pay them
guests in Ocala for a few days, stay-1 the money that has been collected by
ing at the Harrington. Mrs. Ander-j the tax collector on the 1918 levy and

son is a friend of Mrs. C R. Tydings paid to said board. The board order order-and
and order-and at the time that Mr. Robert Tjr-! that check for $51-25 be drawn In
dings was at Camp Lea, Mr. Carl favor of said trustees to tnmfer to

Anderson was there also, and Mrs."
Anderson and Mrs. Tydings visited
their sons at the same time. So en
route home from the southern part
of the state, where they have been
pending the winter, Mrs. Anderson
and son stopped in Ocala to renew
their acquaintance.
. The Star regrets to learn that
there is no longer a. chance for Ocala
to recover the services of Rev. Ban Banyan
yan Banyan Stephens- He has accepted a call
from the Baptist church at Braden Braden-town.
town. Braden-town. 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- 15-0t
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. L. IL
Pillans will be sorry to hear that
their little daughter, Cora Mae Pil Pillans,
lans, Pillans, who was operated on at the
hospital some time ago, is again very
sick.
Among the recent visitors to the
city were Messrs. R. E. Carothers of
Atlanta and J. S. Walker cf Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, both connected with the West West-ir.ghouse
ir.ghouse West-ir.ghouse Electric Company.
EASTER BASKETS
Made cf straw and reed- A real
novelty, at B. Goldman's. 16-
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 Ircx
Works Garage. 15-Ct
We are not using any flour substi substitutes
tutes substitutes in our bread, cakes and pies
now. In fact, they are better than
ever. Let us serve you. Carter's
Bakery. tf

Liberator Blanouet had Hardly Land

ed in Mexico Before He
Lost His Life
ntv. Ann'! 17 FW tv
Associated Press.) General Aurela
nrn v-.
Huerta cabinet, recently reported to;
have landed in the Vera Crux
region for th r-'r-fl nf r--'
revolaticn inir.i th frrT, rm
ernment, was killed yesterday in a
fight near Chavaxtia, according to
press reports from Vera Cruz, quot
inS a report from Gen. Uruquize, the
military commander of the region be-
tween Cordova and Orizaba.
CONFEDER.VTE METHOD
(Associated Prcso
Washington, April IT. Major Gen Generals
erals Generals Leonard Wood, John L. Cham
berlain and Hugh L. Scott, the latter
retired, testifying before the Ameri
can Bar Association committee on in inquiry
quiry inquiry into military justice, opposed
any plan for taking from the presi president
dent president and the commanding general the
authority they now exercise oveT
courtraartials. All said that this
would Impair the disciplinary system.
They also admitted certain defects in
the existing laws and regulations,
which should be corrected. General
Wood suggested that the practice cf
the Confederate army in the civil war
of forming permanent courts of offic officers
ers officers physically disqualified for active
service, could well be adopted.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Ocala, Fla April 8,' 1919.
The board of county commission commissioners
ers commissioners met with all members present.
Mr. Stringer, a representative of
the Austin Western Machinery Co.,
appeared before the board and talked
over the different types of road ma machinery.
chinery. machinery. Mr. W. S. Priest requested that
Mrs. S. J. Perry be placed on the
pauper list and it was ordered that
she be placed on the pauper list at 5
per month-
D. E. White asked a reduction of
taxes on his house and lot, lot D .of
block E of Ditto's revised plat of
Schwerin's sub, Ocala, and the board
recommended to the tax collector that
he be allowed to pay taxes on above
lot at a valuation of $10OT
Jacob Legree appeared before the
board in regard to his land in sec 34
them the full amount placed in the
hands of the board by the tax collec-
tor on the 1918 levy.
Mr. J. D. Walling and others ap
peared before tne board requesting
that a crossing be placed on the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line railway just south
of the Weirsdale depot, where said
railroad is crossed by public road, and
the board directed the clerk to request
the railroad to place a crossing at the
place designated.
The board instructed the clerk to
request the comptroller that he allow
the transfer of $400 from the road
fund to the Dunnellon special rcao
and bridge district fund.
Commissioner Rogers asked to be
excused, which was granted, and
Commissioner Talton was asked to
assume the chair.
Complaint being made of the con
tinned blocking of the crossing of the
Cotton Plant and Ocala road by the
log train of the Hanbury Lumber Co,
at Martel and as the company has
been notified of the conditions and no
improvement has been shown, the
board decided to consult with th
county attorney in the premises.
Mr. S. W. Petteway reported that
the bridge over Blue Ran has been
completed and is now ready for in inspection
spection inspection by the board. Mr. Petteway
also brought up the matter of thw
payment to the town of Dunnellon of
the road tax due said town for levy
of I91T. The board recommended t
the comptroller that S. W. Petteway
be allowed to redeem lots Nos. 391
and 392, Dunnellon, for face of cer certificate
tificate certificate and omitted years taxes with
interest and all costs upon a" valuation
of $100 each.
Board adjourned to meet at 9 a. m.
April 9th.
Board convened at 9 a. m. April 9.
Mr. B. A. Weathers appeared be before
fore before the board in regard to assess assessment
ment assessment on lot cf the H. B. Masters Co.
J purchased from the Seaboard Rail

! Prevailing Sentiment at Last Nizhfa

( Mr? tier i nw,. n-
inri- of t fit- Plant
i sevemy-nve prominent ca
: Iead'"- bu-ieAa atzl were
coa:;oe i-i. n:gni to near
Mr. R. A. Burfori Jr. ex:
his
' ProPi:iC.a repairing and improv-
, t
i ue precea ana openec
r i i
Ji' ty, f- f
Srr D?' 9c
1 fl U e cLair zd toc
art f
. ilr' f ouu.ed h proposi-
iVf h:ca was s.:t forth in the Star
cf yestrlay. He also answered a
I number o; qucsti -ns put to him in re-"
j gard to his plans, and was heartily
There was considerable discussion.
taken part in by Messrs, IL W. Tuck Tucker,
er, Tucker, A. T. Thomaj, T. S. Trantham, 2.
C ChamiiLu, D. E. Mclver, J. E.
Chace, Clarence Camp, John Taykr,
Eric Collier, IL A. Baxford Sr, R. S.
McConathy and G. S- Scott Scott-Mr.
Mr. Scott-Mr. Tucker had a plan for putting
the plant in good shape for a sum not
exceeding $4wO. His plan, however,
does not contemplate any L-xrease in
power. Mr. Clarence Camp gave a
number cf statistics on manufactur manufacturing
ing manufacturing current, and as he is admittedly
an authority on the subject, he was
listened to with marked attenticn-
At the end of the debate, the mo motion
tion motion was put that it was the senti sentiment
ment sentiment of the meeting that the plant be
repaired and improved according to
w
Mr. Burfcrd ideas. The motion was
carried by a large majority, only four
voting against it. A few present did
not vote.
way Co. The board recommended to
the tax collector that he collect taxes
upon this lot upon valuation of $1500.
Ida Rigdon was ordered placed on
the pauper list at $10 per month.
Bid of Mclver h MacKay for
tZ&SZO far construction of toilets" in
the courthouse in accordance with
plans and specifications in the clerk's
cfSce being the lowest and best bid
received was accepted by the board.
T. M. McLean was authorized as
superintendent of dipping vat con construction
struction construction work at $25 per month,
salary starting Feb. 1st, 1919, and
continuing one year.
Bid cf IL R. Carroll on ilaxwell
truck for $13C0 and bid of the Mar
ion Hardvare Co. ca Case 10-13 trac
tor for $lCv being in accordance with
specifications required and the lowest
and best bids received were accepted.
Dr. Walter Hood was appointed
county physician from April 1st, 1919,
for the balance cf the year, at $t0 per
month, the physician to furnish medi medicines
cines medicines and dressing.
Warrant was ordered drawn ou
general fund favor Alfred Ayer, tax
assessor, for $1000, to apply on ac
count of commissions on 191S levy.
The clerk was directed to write the
comptroller and request that he ap
prove transfer of $oC0 firm the read
fund and $100 from the fine and for
feiture fund to the agricultural fund.
The following parties presents
checks tc cover allotments of coupon
warrant contracted at meeting cf
March 4th, and the fallowing war
rants were ordered issued and deliv
ered: Ocala National Bank, $2GC0; T.
P. Drake, S1ZC0; Mrs. L. B. Carn,
$1000; W. B. Coggins, $2000; Alfred
Ayer, $1S60; Mrs. N. A. Fort, $000.
It wa ordered that warrant be
drawn upon the agricultural fund in
favor Marion County Fair Associa Association
tion Association in the amount of $1500 for pay payment
ment payment of premiums for agricultural
products.
The beard appointed L. B. Griggs.
E. M. Griggs and E. S. Richards as a
road commission to view and mark
out the best route for read heretofore
petitioned for, to wit: Begin at a point
en Fort Gates road about one-fourth
mile from nw cor of sec 2, tp 13, r 24,
thence e across sec 2 connecting with
Elect ra-Moss Bluff and Salt Springs
road. Ar.d T. B. Crossley, Wade Hast Hastings
ings Hastings and Albert Brewer were ap appointed
pointed appointed a commission to view and
mark out best route for read petition petitioned
ed petitioned for heretofore, to-wit: Begin at a
pt where Norwalk and Salt Springs
roads tc rk in sec 11 tp 13 r 23, ex extending
tending extending east upon half sec line of said
sec 11, to line of sec -12, thence south
upon sec line between sees 11 and 12 1
until said line intersects the old Salt
Springs road, following said line of
c!d Salt Springs road in a southeast southeasterly
erly southeasterly direction, intersecting with the
Ocala read at Salt Springs.
Notary bonds for Mabel Johnson,
L. W. Ponder, W. J. Borden and bond
for license to carry pistol of T. L.
Randall were approved by the board.
Penslcn claims of Fannie Massey
and Sarah R. Stephens, widows of
Confederate veterans, were approved.
The county dspctitory, county
judge, sheriff, tax collector, justices
of peace and inspectors cf marks and
brands filed reports.
The following warrants were order
ed drawn to cover bills duty examin examined,
ed, examined, passed and ordered paid, to-wit:
Read fund, 5C333.10; general fund,
$3481.12; fine and forfeiture fund,
$203.51; state aid road fund, $115X0;
agricultural fund, $1033.23.
There being no further business the
board adjourned.
- Ocala, Fla., April 11, 1919.

Were on Their Way'frcrs Carl; Irs
Field to Help Victory Lci.
ia Jacksonville

A squadron cf airplanes, cr. t
way from Carhtrcm
Fi:lJ, t I
put over trie icic:
y Lc3.n in
sonvule, flew over Ocala t-"..J rr.crr
and alighted in the field r.-.:r In Industrial
dustrial Industrial schocL
Mr. John Martin, who : uvr
plar.es alight, hurried c r
brought the officers in'cir,
to
city, where they
pleasant visit wh
had a trie
It Sicuri:
needed supplies. They vtr
Thomas Deuel, Capt. J. II
Lieut. C S. Phillips ar.i Li.u
J. Johnson.
inese gentlemen ex;
selves as much pleased
V f
and said they hoped ve -cru'l t. y
lish a good landing statl:r: 1. .:
field now being used for tl-j.. pur;:
being somewhat rcu-b-
Robert s. 3rco;::nc::
Chicago, April IT, RcL-r:
son McCormick, n"-.rr
diplomat, father cf Unl:: I
Senator XtdVd 3IcC;rrl;l.t
his home in
pneumonia.
Finsdali 5 :
UNCLASSIFIED AD
FOR SALE Two empty c:
barrels- The Anti-II
Store, phone 1
FOUND Wednesday, in fr.'.t
.Woman's Club bildlrj, z
pin. Owner may have sami ly
ing property. Apply to S.
at Jake Goldman's. It
FOR RENT Five room cc
neighborhood; all modem c :
iences, including bath rcc, -: :
also garden space. Apply to C 1
Livingston, Ocala, Fla. 17-tf
SELFISH No, net at all, tat vrz
want to take your next zuit cr!:r. 1
FIshel Son. 2T-thurs
EASTER BASKET'S
Made by our Indians in Ar.
5c, 10c and 15c, at B. Gclir.A. 1
A complete line all
famous Seneca cameras.
Monopoly Drug Store.
v .
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Our mechanics ar? SIIILLIID :..
auto work, and youll not t ? z '. I t
pay high prices for ap-rt 1
botch workmen's time. We '. :-
our service. Ocala Iron 7 : 1
Carage. Phone 4. !" : ;
TheWrd cf county ccrrr.,:.
met pursuant to call cf the c:.i;r... -with
Commissioners O. II. H: :
D. Carn and J. W. Davis pr pr-board
board pr-board intended to inspect tV. j- 1 r 1 -ever
Blue Run cn this dzi-, I ...
account cf rain placed th i i.. ; :
cf said bridge in the kzr. Ii cf C
missioner Hutchins ar.i xr:
with the following buslr.t
Upon motion duly i-cr. I; i r.r. I
carried, the board re ? : v i t ? ;j ;
Tallahassee ia aa effort to cV-taLr c -victs
for the use cf Marie r. c : .r.t
the actual expenses cf s t ?
by the board.
The county attorney hvir. ,7 ; ;
ented bills as requested ty V...2 I,
upon advertisement of tils r.". I em employment
ployment employment cf labor cn read ; ly c :
commissioners and an act rr.':.t. . -the
care, maintenance ar.i r
itate convicts and an act t :.;
Chapter 5C23, Laws cf FI.:rl lz, t. ;
were discussed ar.d after certain al
terations were approved by the t -.
and ordered placed in the .zr. I cf c
representatives asking that tl.cy t-
pioy every effort to secure their p;
sage.
There being no further L zz'.:. -the
board adjourned.
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Attest: P. IL Nugent, CI rh.
nnii nnm nnirn
nAIUlUHU ubhi
Arrival and Departure cf 'r
trains at OCALA UNION LIATlL
The following schedule f..Tzr z j
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an teed.
(Eastern Standard Tir-.e)
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A lot of men are fussing more this

summer about trying to keep up with

double time than they are about liv
ing double lives.

. we have received, with a renewal

of his subscription, the following
.from a valued subscriber, Mr. C. P.

Dustin of York Beach, Maine: "I wish

to say that I like the Star for its edi

torials, for its way of stating all the
facts of a case, for daring to start a
reform ball rolling that others must
help push or become slackers, like the
Marianan reform school, for instance,
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it is not; a mud thrower."

for that one particular business, and
not in the least willing to kill another
man for the sake of what little booze
they can sell. The other class is made

up of cowardly sneaks, that are afraid

to shoot a man except in the back.

We don't know that the government)

will use airplanes in the revenue bus

iness, but if it does shooting at them

will be the most unhealthy sport any
man can indulge in.

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL

HAD AN OUTING

The Reddick school, of which Miss
Elizabeth Mizelle is the capable prin principal,
cipal, principal, will have an educational rally
Saturday, the 19th. There will be an
address by Dr. Fulk of the University
of Florida at 11 a. m., after which
there will be a barbecue and basket
picnic. The people of Reddick have
a splendid school and their hospitali hospitality
ty hospitality and the abundance of their section
is well known, so the event i3 bound
to be most instructive and enjoyable.
We have an invitation from Miss
Mizelle to be present on the occasion
and much regret that our work pro prohibits
hibits prohibits our being absent from the of office
fice office on that day.
Mr. R. A. Burford" Jr., after consultation-with
our council and a large
number of our citizens, has retumsd
to his work in Atlanta. We think
our people had better take his advice
in regard to the city plant. A-number
of our best posted men consider it
sound and we believe it is disinterest disinterested.
ed. disinterested. It is the opinion of those who
know him best that this young man
came here with a sincere desire to
help his native town out of a bad
tangle. He and his company do not
need our business. They have plenty
of contracts open to them, most of
them, we daresay, free from the bad
feeling that seems to go with every
public work in Ocala. His proposi proposition
tion proposition that Ocala raise $30,000 for this
work, is so very much less than any anybody
body anybody supposed it would be, that it is a
pleasant surprise to all interested in
the work.

One of our readers, noting what we
said the other day about airplanes and
moonshiners, made some remarks
about moonshiners lying in wait with
guns for government aviators, and
anyone would suppose by the way he
spoke that he contemplated with
pleasure the idea of a cowardly as assassin
sassin assassin shooting down an officer of the
law. We guess the gentleman knows
little about aviation, and little, except
the taste of the booze, about moon moon-shining.
shining. moon-shining. A man in an airplane a
mile above the earth would care lit little
tle little for a man With a gun on the
ground. During the war the fighting
fronts were lined with scientifically
built antiaircraft guns, handled by
the mosAwTsO?f ul gunners, yet they
?Sv.m brought down an airplane.
2Ju; JSrtF'ln two classes. One
is rru.ua up of men lawabiding except

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TAR'S DEVIL

A good many merry parties have

made boating trip3 on the Silver and

Oklawaha rivers, but we doubt that

there ever was a more happy one
than that which passed down the
stream Wednesday morning and came
back in the afternoon.

Mr. Ed Carmichael put the Silver

Springs, the queen of his Daylight;

fleet, at the disposal of the industrial
school and Miss Davis, the superin superintendent,
tendent, superintendent, Miss Sams, the instructress,
and all the scholars, about forty all
told, beside several guests, boarded
the boat at the springs about ten
'clock, and left for "Los Kiss," the
picturesque picnic ground twenty-two
miles down the stream.
To all who know with what interest
long-time residents, who have often
been up and down the river, watch the
scenery at' each recurring trip, the
delight taken by these girls who had
never seen it before is easily under understood.
stood. understood. It was a beautiful day and the
river never showed to better advant advantage.
age. advantage. The girls eagerly looked ahead
as the moving picture of water-path
and forest walls unrolled mile by
mile; they hung over the sides of the
boat to watch the jewel-fretted floor
of the river as it shone thru the trans transparent
parent transparent water, and in every way show showed
ed showed their delight at a scenery which
is always an Arabian Nights story to
those who can appreciate it. A phon phonograph
ograph phonograph could have collected some very
good music as they laughed and call called
ed called merrily to one another as every

minute they saw some new object of

interest.
They were not alone in their appre appreciation
ciation appreciation of the river. On board was a
party of Indiana people, who coming
along too late to make the trip to
Palatka, went on the boat down to
Connor, where Mr. Carmichael met
them with an auto to send them back
to the springs. This was almost as
good as the full trip, for the prettiest
part of the river is between' Silver
Springs and Conner. These people

were much pleased with what they

saw and were added to the long list
of admirers of the Oklawaha.
The girls were sharply on the look lookout
out lookout for alligators. They had seen
them in captivity at the springs, but
eachand every one longed for a good
view of a big gator in his native
, haunts. It wras not a good day for
the saurians, but three or four were

seen, to the great joy of those who
had a .short look at them before they
slid under the water.
As Conner came in sight, a joyful
chorus of "There's Uncle Ed," went
up, as Mr. Carmichael was seen stand standing
ing standing on the river bank waiting for the
boat. Ed blushed with his usual
modesty r.s he climbed aboard bring bringing
ing bringing a bagf ull of oranges from the
famous Randall grove, which excel excellent
lent excellent fruit was another source of pleas pleasure
ure pleasure to the party.
Los Kiss was the next stop, and
there all went ashore to enjoy their
picnic dinner. There was a generous
boxfull of lunch for everyone, and
when all landed they broken up into
little parties, each of which found a
good dinner table on the ground un under
der under the many bunches of trees. The
lunches were made up at the school,
and the girls and their teachers cer certainly
tainly certainly know how to provide for them themselves
selves themselves and their guests. They had a
merry hour discussing the viands and
other interesting subjects.
About the time dinner was over the
sky clouded up and raindrops began
to patter down, and all sought refuge
on the boat. The rain did not stop
the fun, tho'; the cabin was cleared,
the victrola was put in commission,
and soon most of the girls were danc dancing.
ing. dancing. True, they only had each other
to" dance with," but that ensured each
one a mighty nice partner.
At 1:40 p. m. a tremble of the boat
told that the engiiie had started
again, and the Silver Springs moved
up the river. The home trip was as
pleasant as that "outward bound; the
girls watched the ever-entrancing
scenery, or danced and chatted until
the boat rubbed its side against the
wharf. They could truthfully say it
was "the end of a perfect day." There
was not an accident nor unpleasant
incident from first to last. It would
have done any friend of the school
good to have been along. The girls,
all happy and pretty in their neat
white dresses, not only enjoyed them themselves
selves themselves but showed a most harmonious
disposition to help everybody have a
good time. Miss Davis has indeed a
right to feel proud of her pupils,
whose love and confidence she has
won to an unusual d2frce.
Mr. Carmichael has evinced much
interest in the school and been a great
help to it by his willing and efficient
assistance in the picnics and parties
given to the scholars at the springs,
such occasions always being an in incentive
centive incentive to renewed effort in their
work and studies. The girls think a
whole lot of him and call him "Uncle
Ed," which he rightfully considers a
most honorable title.
Mrs. T. E. Bridges, Dr. Harry Wal Walters
ters Walters and Messrs. F. E. Harris and J.

H. Benjamin accompanied the partyi

as guests, and had a most enjoyable
day. The Silver Springs was handled
by Capt. Morris Jordan, Pilot Victor
Mason and Engineer J. A. Richard,
all back on the river after doing their
bit for Uncle Sam, also the clever
colored boy, Johnson, who yet wrears
his khaki as he makes himself useful
in all parts of the boat.
All of us like a little taffy, so as
you go along hand out as much as
you can without gumming up the
works. A pleasant and harmless lie is
more benefit to the world than; one of
those cold and cruel truths that hit
like a.monkeywrench thrown into the
machinery.

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ELECTRA

ROY D. SMITH

Director Royal Highlanders' Band,
Which Will Play in Ocala
Next Monday
THE ROYAL SCOTCH
HIGHLANDER'S BAND

This famous band will play a re return
turn return engagement in Ocala April 21st.
They will give two concerts (after (afternoon
noon (afternoon and evening) on the public

square under the auspices of the park

committee of the Woman's Club.
Having just finished a twelve

weeks' engagements with the city of
St. Petersburg, which we are told

cost that place $12,000, they are now

on their way north to play for the

summer at Young's million dollar pier

at Atlantic City, N. J., and Ocala is

fortunate indeed in securing them.

The band is now larger even than
it was last December, the conductor,
Roy D. Smith announces, and he says

he- is looking forward to receiving

the same royal and enthusiastic wel

come Ocala gave him during the win

ter. That not only does he want to
greet Ocala but he hopes this time to

have the pleasure of playing before

the people of the adjoining towns and

country.
BLITCHTON

Blitchton, April 16. Mr. Fenton

Blitch is up after two weeks of ill
ness.
The farmers are dipping their cat
tie this week.

Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Blitch and

daughter Lois, visited Ocala Satur
day afternoon. """"

Mrs. C. C. Stephens of Fellowship

and her guest, Mrs. Frank Pooser of

Atlanta, were Sunday guests of Dr.

and Mrs. S. H. Blitch.

Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Blitch and sons,

N. O. and Edwin of Williston, and

daughter, Mrs. T. B. Fowler of Co Columbia,
lumbia, Columbia, S. C, spent Sunday with Mr,
and Mrs. B. R. Blitch.

Mrs. V. P. Hammons and Miss
Rowena Hammons spent Sunday with

Mrs. Seckinger at Fellowship.

Miss Inez Peterson, Mr. Lawton

Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Withers,

Miss Herring and Mr. Allison With
ers of Morriston, called Sunday after
noon.

The crops are looking well but we

ned a little rain.

Mr .and Mrs. B. C. Blitch spent
Sunday at Pleasant Hill.
Mr. Walter Godwin is home again
after a year and a half in New Jersey
helping out Uncle Sam.
Mr. Goree Blitch writes interesting
letters from France, but does not
know when he will return to the Unit United
ed United States.
Mr. J. B. George of near Blitchton,
called this week. He reports pros prospects
pects prospects right for a good crop and says
the farmers with the new improved
farm machinery can spare the poor
fellows who are so much opposed to
even a day's work on a farm.

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114 S. Magnolia St., Next to
Clarkson Hardware Store.

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.

The farmers are rejoicing over a
nice shower last week and hope to see
another soon.
The Electra Sunday school gave an

entertainment on the evening of April i
13th. Everybody had a nice time andi
there were representatives from!
Lvnne, Moss Bluff and Ocala. A co!-1
lectio namounting to $13.35 was tak-l
en for home and foreign missions j
To! I owing is the j

Program
Song. Battle Hymn of the Republic,
: y the school.
Opening address, by Superintendent
G. W. Brant Sr.
Exercise, "Where we Want Christ
King," by primary class.
Recitation, "Where Shall You Flee

for Refuge," by Ernest Halford.

Recitation, "Flee Thou Not," by

Lovey Halford.

Recitation, "A Missionary Hen," by

Mae Lightfoot.

Recitation, "There Are Loyal
Hearts," by Rosa Stebbleton.
Recitation, "Giving," by Howard
Sellars.
Song, "Ring the Bells of Heaven,"
b school.
Exercise, "If Christ Were King,"
by junior class.
Recitation, "Hope," by Gaylard
Lipp'r.cott.
Recitation, "What Life is For," by
Mae Mason.
Recitation, "If I Were You," by
Harry Lightfoot.
Song, "I'll Go Where You Want Me
to Go," by the schooh
Exercise, "Why Christ is Not

King," by the junior class.
Exercise, "Why Christ is Not
King," by Annie Sellars and Mae Hal Halford.
ford. Halford. Song, "Rescue the Perishing," by
the school.
Recitation, "What Have You Done
Today, by Samuel Brant.
Recitation, "Your Mission," by
Annie Stebbleton.
Recitation, "With the Church To Today,"
day," Today," by Charles Mock.
Song, "As a Volunteer," by school.
Recitation, "Let Us Make Christ
King," by Claud Lippincott and Mar Mar-zella
zella Mar-zella Mock.
. Recitation, "The Bright Side," by
Annie Sellars.
Recitation, "What I Live For," by
Mae Halford."
Recitation, "The Gladiator," by
Mrs. George Brant Jr.
Song, "The King's Business," by
the school.
Mr. Charles Marsh of Safety Hat-,
bor visited his brother, Mr. L. D.
Marsh Monday and Tuesday.
Little Miss America Folks of Ocala
is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Brant Sr.
Mr. A. L. Barber was a visitor in
Ocala Saturday.
Miss Frances Marsh was a caller
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dillon
Long Friday afternoon.
Mr. Tobe Caldwell, who has been
on the sick list, is able to be up again.
Mrs. Davis Sellers, who has been
here on a visit, left today for hei
home in the southern part of the
state.
Misses Dixie Pillans and Mary
Hoyt Martin of Ocala were week end
visitors to their parents.
Mr. Oscar Lippincott was a Sun Sunday
day Sunday visitor to his mother. Everybody
is glad to see his cheerful face at
home again. He returned to his work
Monday at Dunnellon.
Miss Mary Halford and her broth brother
er brother Lee, and Mr. Claude Lippincott of
Electra were Saturday visitors to

Ocala.
Mr. A. J. Holton and brother, Mr.
Alva Barber were visitors to Ocala
Saturday.
The Electra Sunday school will
meet at the regular hour, 3 o'clock,
Sunday. Everybody is invited to
come and take part.

RHEMAUER'S

OPENS AT OA. r.L
CLOSES AT6.30 P. M.

CCALA, EM

COTTON PLANT

Cotton Plant, April 16. The farm farmers
ers farmers were made glad by the fine rain
which fell last Friday. And we are
having good old summer weather at
this writing.
The recent cold weather did not do
much damage around our neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. Our potatoes and beans were
hurt a little, but are coming out
again.
Miss Carrie Barco and Mr. L. C.
Bell spent Sunday and Sunday night
with relatives at Cotton Plant, and
motored to Ocala Monday morning.
They were accompanied by Mrs. A.
W. Woodward.
Friends and neigh ors of Mrs. Sue
Barco were very much grieved to
learn of her illness and hope she will
soon be better.
St. Johns Sunday school is no
slacker in the centenary movement,
for it is making progress along that
line. We trust there will be no slack slacker
er slacker Sunday schools in any district.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Keller were
callers at the home of Mr. A. W.
Woodward Sunday afternoon.
Friends of Mr. Porter Potts were
glad to see him at the cemetery
working. He is the first boy from
overesas in our neighborhood.
Some of the minute men of Cotton
Plant and Martel expect to attend the
centenary banquet in Ocala Friday
night to hear some distinguished
speakers from Atlanta. We hope the
meeting will be a success.
Editor Benjamin sure hits the nail
on the head about the new time. No
cne can set the time for the farmers,
for it is from sun till sun for us.
Next Sunday is our regular preach preach-in
in preach-in gday at St. Johns, and also Easter
Sunday. We hope there will be a good
crowd out.
Mrs. Mittie Long of Quincy is vis visiting
iting visiting in Jacksonville and expects to
come to her old home and all visit for
a time. All her friends are always
glad to see Aunt Mittie.
Misses Helen Veal and Minnie Rob Rob-bins
bins Rob-bins of Miami are counting the weeks
now till vacation comes, and they will
be in dear old Marion"" county again
for the summer, to visit relatives at
Wild wood and Cotton Plant.
Mrs. A. Wf. Wood had two interest interesting
ing interesting letters from her son, Alfred in
France. He feels sure he will be
home for Christmas, and says that is
a little consolation to him.

The Easter Call Dress Up

Store Notes j
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
$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.

r

Everything for Easter

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

Its an instinct old as the hills,
this call to dress up an instinct,
a duty as well ...
Shoes for the Easter time
Are Most Important
A pew dress no matter how becoming, no
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
Oeala's Best Store

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

Peptona.

tf

You cannot make hay
while the sun shines

-rjV-J if poor vision prevents

sun.

Dr. K. J. Weihe,
Eyesight Specialist
Graduate Optometrist
With Weihe Co., Jewelers, Ocala, Fla.

Good Blood Fays in Raising Hogs

The Walkill herd of Duroc hogs
includes some of the best known
blood lines in America.
Probably the highest priced
Sow ever brought to Florida is
"ED'S FANNY ORION." Her
sire was the famous Orion Cher Cherry
ry Cherry King, Grand Champion, and
her full litter brother won the
Grand Championship of the Unit United
ed United States at Chicago in Decem December,
ber, December, and sold last, month for
$10,500.00.
We can supply you at reason

able prices with Boars and Sows
of proven worth and blood lines.
We have a limited number of
bred sows and gilts and some
boars capable of holding their
own in the fastest company.
When you buy cattle, hogs or
Angora Goats from Walkill
Farms you secure acclimated
stock, and the value of this can cannot
not cannot be over-estimated. We also
have Percheron and Belgian
Brood mares bred to one of the
best Spanish Jacks in America.

A FINE SPANISH JACK READY FOR SERVICE.
The Walldll Stock Farm Company
Green Cove Springs, Florida

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StatUtica. It i the latest that haa been Utued. 1001916 price.
Remember when beefsteak was 20c a pound?
Now it's 40 and 50 cents a pound.
Why?
This chart shows that the price packers have had to
pay for cattle has gone up with the price received for beef.
In fact, it shows that the "spread" between cattle and beef
prices has been gradually reduced during the past 30 years owing
to competition among packers, their increased efficiency, bigger
volume, and elimination of waste
The packer s profit of only a fraction of a cent per" pound of
meat has helped to narrow this spread."
Increased farm-production costs have made higher cattle
prices necessary.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.



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DECLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED, LOST, FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOB RENT AND SIM SIM-ILAR
ILAR SIM-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c.; three times, 50c; six times

75c; one month $3. Payable in ad
vance.

FOR SALE 1918 Bnick Siz Toor Toor-ino
ino Toor-ino car in first class condition.
U ill be sold at a bargain to

males quick; sale. See Blalock

Bros., Ocklawaha avenue. 3t

WANTED At once, a second secondhand
hand secondhand buggy. Mast be in first first-class
class first-class condition and reasonable in
price. Address A. J. Brigance,

6-zala;Fla. 14-6t

2

WANtED-5000 PEOPLE AFTER

NOONS AND EVENINGS to read

the Ocala Star and next day leave

orders for light, heavy or long dis distance
tance distance hauling with the Maxwell

Transfer Co., L. E. Yonce, Ocala, Fla.

FOR RENT Three rooms for light

housekeeping: kitchenette; all mod

em conveniences. Apply to Mrs. H. C.

Jcnes, N. Magnolia street, or phone

231. 14-6t

WANTED The King's Daughters

are desirous of procuring a bed and

cot and bedding for a very needy
family. Any one having any of these

articles to donate will please comma

nicate with Mrs. Bittinger, Mrs. W.
W. Clyatt or Mrs. George MaeKay. 6t

FOR SALE 1917 Dodge touring car;

1918 Maxwell touring car; 1917 Ford

touring car. Will be sold at bargain

prices. Apply at Gates' Garage, N

Magnolia street, Ocala, Fla. 14-6 1

ocala icuiiiis

If you have any society items,

please phone One-Two-One (121).

Miss Emma Rogers and Miss Lee

Moody, who have been the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Rogers since Sat

urday, left today for Jacksonville.
Mrs. C. W. Moremen and small son,
who have been visiting relatives in

Maitland, expect -to return the latter

part of the week. Dr. Moremen ex

pects to go to Maitland to bring them

home.

Miss Babette Peyser is very proud

of three premiums taken at the Mar

ion County Fair. They are for a map
of Florida, best writing for fourth

grade pupil and best made outfit for

doll. Babette is certainly a smart

little girl.

A second shipment of the famous
SENECA cameras has just arrived.

Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 6t

Among the Ocala girls who will go

to Gainesville today are Miss Car Caroline
oline Caroline HarrissMiss Sara Pearl Mar

tin and Miss Callie Gissendaner. The

young ladies expect to have a delight

ful time at the dances and round of I

gaities that are to take place at the I ill

university this week. 1 JT J

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Mrs.. Klock of Eastlake spent the
day in Ocala yesterday. Mrs. Klock
came to see off her mother and sister,
who have been spending the winter
with her at Eastlake. Also, to meet
Mr. Klock, who has been in Tampa
attending to business and expected
to return to Ocala yesterday.
Miss C. A. Frazief, who has been
spending the winter in Ocala at the
home of Mrs. George Pasteur, expects
to leave about the first of May for
Detroit, Mich. Miss Frazier has spent
several winters in Ocala and the
many friends she has made here are
sorry to hear that she. does not in intend
tend intend to return next winter,

WANTED Three good second hand

men's bicycles. Apply to C. E. Coody,

Ocala, or Belleview. 14-6t
STRAYED From my place 8 miles
southwest of Ocala, one bay mare
cold, 2 years old; blaze face, white
left hind foot. Also one mule horse
colt 1 years old; dark colored, white
nose. A rewark of $10 will be paid to
any one taking up the same and no notifying
tifying notifying me. Last seen near Agnew
phosphate mine, going north. F. G.
Buhl, Route A, Box 15, Ocala. 3teod
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
. POUND IF WELL LAUNDEREDj
OCALA IRON WORKS. PHONE. 4.

WANTED Your stove, range and
refrigerator repair work. We also
buy and sell second hand stoves. Acme
Stove Hospital, 717 N. Magnolia St.
FOR SALE Organ, all worked over
and in good condition; high top case,
with glass; newly varnished. A real
bargain, $25. J. E. Frampton, Ocala,
Fla. ll-6t

FOR SALE A good Ford, at a low
price. Maxwell-Chalmers 'Agency,

city. 15-6t

WOOD An honest load of wood can
be had by phoning Smoak's Wood
Yard, phone 146. tf

OVERLAND BARGAIN We have
an Overland car with new tires which
we will sell, if taken at once, for $250.
Auto Sales Co., North Main street,
phone 348. tf

BUICK SIX The light model, a bar bar--
- bar-- gain for some one. Apply at the
Maxwell-Chalmers Agency, city 15 6t

FOR SALE We have on hand a
worm-driven Ford truck which we will
sell at a bargain. Auto Sales Co.,
North Main St., phone 248. tf

AUTO REPAIR SERVICE For
quick and reliable automobile service
come to the Florida House Garage. J.
C. Lier and H. C. Williams. 8-lm
1-5

FORjfiALE A thoroughbred Hamp-

shffe? boar, one year old. Apply to

Nathan Mayo, Summerfield, Fla. 12t

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 fn the very latest style. 3t
Peggy Hyland in "The Girl With
No -Regrets," greatly entertained the
Temple attendants yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon and evening. Tonight William
S. Hart, the strong and silent charac character,
ter, character, will present "Riddle Gawne,"
and the visit of Mutt and Jeff to Ger Germany
many Germany and their experience with the
kaiser will be faithfully delineated.
Dickison 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 proceeds
ceeds proceeds will go to pay the pledge of
Dickison Chapter, for the Confederate
soldiers home in Jacksonville. All
friends are cordially invited to attend.

' The following announcement has
been received by friends in the city: j
"Mrs. George Galloway announces
the marriage of her daughter, Katie
Mai to Mr. Harry Hoffman, April 12,
1919, McComb, Miss." Miss Gallo Galloway
way Galloway will. be pleasantly remembered in
Ocala, where she visited several times
as the guest of Miss Wynona Wether Wether-bee,
bee, Wether-bee, while teaching school in Dun Dun-nellon,
nellon, Dun-nellon, two winters ago. Mr. and Mrs.
Hoffman will make their home in Hat-

tiesburg, Miss.

Peptona, the Great Tonic tf
Mrs. P. D. Briggs, who has been
making her home with Mrs. -W. H.
Scott since coming to Ocala from
Homosassa, expects to leave next
week for New York for a short stay

before sailing for France. Mrs.

Briggs is a French woman by birth
and she goes to France to settle up
the family estates. During the war
Mrs. Briggs lost four brothers and
fourteen nephews who fought in the

French and Belgian armies. Mrs.

Briggs will go to Lille, where most

of her property was, and as soon a

her affairs have been settled she ex expects
pects expects to return to Ocala to make it

her home.

FRANK'S

,

ANNUAL EASTER SALE

OF-

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LADIES' READY TO WEAR

NOW GOING ON

A timely sale of up to the minute styles in
Coat Suits, Capes, Dolmans. Dresses, Skirts
and 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

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Saturday, April the 19th, 1919.

OCALA,
FLORIDA

FRANK'S

"THE FASHION CENTER"

OCALA,
FLORIDA

I i -:

BRIGHT BITS

FORD FOR SALE A fine car at a
reasonable price. Maxwell-Chalm

ers Agency, city. 15-6t

EASTER BASKETS

Made of straw and reed,
novelty, at B. Goldman's.

A real

16-

cala Painting
And Trimming Shop
Painting,
Trimming,
Graining,
Varnishing and
Upholstering.

'Automobile PainUn g
A Specialty

PETTO .& COMIHEY
Camlchael B!ds, N. 'lanolia St.

EASTER BASKETS

(By a Lady Contributor)
Wednesday gave us one of those
matchless, moon-kissed evenings that
are rare except in Florida, where the
birds sing at all seasons and at all
hours of the day and night; the flow flowers
ers flowers bloom and mingle their sweetness
with the aroma from forest, pines and
crange groves throughout the good
old summer time. It was just the

I sort of evening to go a-mooning, and

a certain big car hummed its merry
way eastward from the city, swinging
at last slowly into position under the

tall cypress tree not far from the
silvery "waters of Silver Springs. Few

stars were out, but who should wor worry;
ry; worry; the moon was crystal clear, that
dear old southern moon, shedding its

rays of mellow beauty and romance

over the land. In the distance the

whippoorwills held high carnival,

while overhead in the leafy cypress
boughs the mockingbirds warbled
melodies fully understood by a cer

tain two who occupied the entire

front seat of the certain car. So

much beauty of nature made it im

possible for fellow to talk to a girl

for even a minute or two without tell

ing her at least a part of the old, old
story -of lips and eyes and the short-

circuiting of his heart system, etc

The moments were becoming more
and more supreme and never before
was a world quite so wonderfully

beautiful. In fact, the salt was just

being gingerly placed upon the airy
wings of their bird of paradise and

their future looked like a solid gold
front with silver trimmings in a cot

tage by the seashore, when the chap chap-erone
erone chap-erone well, it won't be polite to their

inside thoughts, but to her he said:
"Oh, Lord; if it's just the same to

you, let us have a little less talk from
the back seat and a thimbleful of light

on one important subject.

Made by our Indians in America,

5c, 10c. and 15c, at B. Goldman's. 16

SALTS IS HNE FOR
KIDNEYS, QUIT Ml

fflzzh th3 Hidssja at czca wbsa EssS
fcarft cr Bladder bcthsxt XZ$s$

Ho Etaa or woman who eaia meat rega rega-burly
burly rega-burly eon m&Jca raUtjUro by fin thing
the kidneys occasionally, says a well-

known authority Meat forms urio acid
which clogs the kidney pores so they
sluggishly filter or strain only part of

the w&ate and poisons from the blood,
then you get sick. Nearly all rheuma rheumatism,
tism, rheumatism, headaches, liver trouble, nervous

ness, constipation, di rrftnf sleeplessness,

bladoer disorcera eome from slagglsxi lad
ceys.

The moment you feel a doll ache in the
kidneys or your back hurts, or if the
urine is cloudy, offensive, full of sedi

ment, irregular of passage or attended

by a sensation of scalding, get about four
ounces of Jad Salts from any reliahla
pharmacy and take tablespoonfol in
a glass of water before breakfast lor a
few days end your kidneys will then act
fine, This famous salts is made from
the add of grapes and lemon juice, com combined
bined combined with lithLb sad has bees used for
generations to flush, clogged kidneys and
stimulate them to activity, also to nea nea-tralire
tralire nea-tralire the acids in urine so it no longer
causes Irritation, thus ending bladder ia ia-01
01 ia-01 'era.
Jad Salts is inexpensive and can cannot
not cannot injure; makes a delightful effer
veseent lithia-watar drink which all reg regular
ular regular meat eaters should take now ana
then to keep the kidneys clean end ths
blood pure, thereby avciiirj tariccs kid
.. ney ccsaplfe&tiosiJW' ,:-: -. -' ; -

"Yes, the French beat us on man manners,"
ners," manners," says one sage to another.
"They kiss the hands of every woman
they meet, take off their hats to an another
other another and click their heels together
when they bow, but I don't like it. I
think you know what I mean; I'm
for putting a kiss right wher it be belongs,
longs, belongs, if you want to know my senti sentiments."
ments." sentiments." Charles Isaacson says: "It is to the
women that America must look for
the spread of music and its beautiful
mission. Through women must speak
the voice of art, and the place for you

to start your mission is at home."
Yes, begin at home, my sisters, and if
you want to try a little experiment,
begin on your husband, that lord of
all so eternally wrapped up in his
self-sufficiency. Get hold of him, say
along after dinner time, alone in the

darkened parlor and play softly and

sing softer some of the zobd old

tunes something like "Loves Old

Sweet Song" and "Silver Threads

Among the Gold." In all probability

he will only grunt a feeble "yes,'
when you ask him how he likes them

But when the lights are turned higher

ycu will see in his eyes a tear or two

and -every line in his dear old face
will have softened up.
Just think of it, there is a woman
right here in Ocala who has never
been to a moving picture show. She
probably is just as happy, and think
of the money she has saved.
- Were prosperity always to shine on
us, what a wandering star would man
become. Truth, if I may use the lan language
guage language of the pugilist, can't step up to

out a backer, but her half-sister,
pleasibility, requires a stout bottle bottle-holder
holder bottle-holder and then sometimes the cork
slips.
Forget not that life is like a flower,
which no sooner is blown than it be begins
gins begins to wither.
Lady Montague, in speaking of
Prince Eugene, uses a beautiful sen sentiment
timent sentiment which might be made common
property, greatly to the benefit of so society.
ciety. society. She says: "I don't know what
comfort people find in considering the
weakness of great men, but it always
mortifies me to observe that there is

no perfection in humanity." We know

a number of big-hearted men who

never give anything away but big
smiles, and they are considered per

fection.

Avoid arguments with the ladies, in

spinning yarns regarding silks and

satins and things. In those things
men are apt to get twisted up and in
danger of getting doubled, and when

a fellow is. double and twisted, he

may be considered as wound up.
m m

-. A true, friend is the first to come

in when all your world goes out. A

false friend is like a shadow on a sun sundial
dial sundial it appears in clear weather, but
vanishes as soon as the clouds ap approach.
proach. approach. There is no town in all Florida that
has more or sweeter babies than are
in Ocala. With the poets and squib
writers, they are the flowers and
blossoms, the dewdrops and play playthings
things playthings of earth. They are tiny feath feathers
ers feathers from the wings of love, placed into
the sacred lap of motherhood.

Queen Marie of Roumania, who has
announced her intentions to pay a

visit to America at an early date, is

said to be one of the most beautiful
women of European royalty. She is

a niece of the late King Edward, be

ing the eldest daughter of his brother,

Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh and Saxe

Coburg and Gotha. Of course, she

should come to Ocala to see Silver
Springs, otherwise her American visit

will be incomplete.
NOTICE, RED CROSS WORKERS

FELLOWSHIP

Fellowship, April 16. We are hav having
ing having fine weather after the rain which
came last Friday and was so accep acceptable.
table. acceptable. We are sorry to report that Mrs.
M. P. Frink is on the sick list. At
last reports she was improving.
Miss Yyonnie Seckinger and broth brother,
er, brother, Master Willie, were guests of the

Misses Minnie and Nina Seckinger
Sunday.
Mr. J. L. Beck left for Plant City
last Saturday to visit his daughter,
Mrs. W. L, Howell, who is very sick.
We hope ere this she is much better.
Mr. Ben Hull of Jacksonville is the
guest of his cousin, Mr. T. M. Phillips.
Mr. ,Hull has just recently returned
from France.
Miss Agnes Gatrell of Fairfield was

the week-end guest of Miss Call' 3
Ferguson.
Mrs. Tom Proctor and daughter cf
Ocala are the guests of the fomcr3
mother, Mrs. Z. A. Crumpton.
Mr. Elbert Mills of Morristca vraa
in our midst last Sunday and at attended
tended attended Sunday school.
There will be services at Fellorrilp
church Sunday at 11 o'clock. All era
cordially invited.

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"DANISH that scorching thirst joyfully, complete complete-ly
ly complete-ly with refreshing, delicious Orange Crush.
Serve ice-cold. In the carbonated zest, the cham champagne
pagne champagne sparkle of Orange -Crush, there's a wealth of
health of rich fruit freshness in its golden gleam.
Try a bottle of this drink delightful today and then

Mrs. W. W. Clyatt requests that all

those making pinafores turn them
in to her at her residence some time

before Friday. April 18th. St

Marion County Chapter A. R. C
FAIRFIELD
Fairfield, April 15. The stork wa
quite busy here last week. A dainty
little lady arrived at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. D. B. Mathews and a bright
young man at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Yongue, also a little lady
came to gladden the hearts of Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Markham.
Mrs. W. H. Smith and children of
Martin, are visiting relatives here
this week.
Mr. J. L. Mock of Micanopy was
the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.

L. E. Mock Saturday night.
Dr. R. W. Ferguson, who has been
in army service in France for some
time, arrived here last Friday. The

doctor was in business at Red dick be

fore going to the army, but we have

not learned whether he will remain

there or not.

Mr. F. S. Jemigan and family, also

Mr. Herbert Bozeman of Reddick,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. E.

Mock Sunday.

Order sl Case

Brand fcew Georgette dresses at B.

the scratch of a conceited man, with- Gcldman'A 14-St

Orange-Crush is the perfect drink
for all the family perfect in palat palat-ability,
ability, palat-ability, perfect as a thirst-quencher,
perfect in health-building pro properties.
perties. properties. Orange-Crush is bottled in strict

conformity with the most rigid
sanitary requirements. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee that it contains the full true
flavor of the ripe, luscious orange.
Orange-Crush is obtainable wher wherever
ever wherever soft drinks are -sold.

6 cents the bottle. Less by the case.
(Ocala Coca-Cola Boflffimgj WopIcs

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OCALA EVENING STAR,

THURSDAY, APRIL

3

I

sliaft and forget it.

4. A 5i

Steel Split Pulleys
You can have them del delivered
ivered delivered immediately from
our stock.
You know what it means to
have men and machinery idle

waiting for the repair or leplace leplace-ment
ment leplace-ment of a pully.
Get an Oneida. Put it on your

It wont need repairs or replacement.

LATEST LOCALS

Dr. and Mrs. Edmonson have re

turned to Ocala after a weeks' visit
: with relatives in Jacksonville.

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Richards and
family left at 4 o'clock this morning
for an all-day fishing trip at Crystal
River.

I-C-E2
Real vs. False Economy
, At This Time

Resist the mental suggestion to curtail your regular taking of ice
until "the weather turns warm acain Yarn rfn'MMtA. 4.

ijnicely now; it is well chilled and it is doinff full duty as your prac prac-1
1 prac-1 fffiir SAVER.

Don't let it lapse even a little bit it msay aulk on you all the

remainder ol the season.

OCALA ICE AND PACKING COMPANY

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. 15-6t

The friends of Mr. B. M Younge
will be glad to know that he is again
out after a ten days illness at the
hospital.
- Miss Caroline Harriss left today
for Gainesville, where she will be the
guest until Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Robinson.
Large supply of Velvet Beans and
Chufas now on hand. The Ocala
Seed Store. 7-11-19

and Mrs. Jame3 Pharr and Mrs. F. W.
Buchholz of Gainesville, has been can cancelled
celled cancelled because of the inability of Mrs.
Pharr and Mrs. Buchholz to come.
Members of both committees please
take notice. The chairmen take this
means of thanking you for your

j hearty co-operation.

Mrs. W. W. Lyons of DesMoines,
IaM who has been visiting in other
parts of Florida, stopped in Ocala for
a brief visit to Mrs. E. Van Hood and
Miss Marguerite Porter. She goes on
toward home this afternoon. Mrs.
Lyons is the mother of Mr. L. W.
Lyons, who won the hand of one of
our brightest girls, Miss Bessie Por Porter,
ter, Porter, several years ago.
EASTER BASKETS

Mrs. Arthur Hardaker and small
son, who have been visiting Miss
Mary Piatt, expect to leave Monday
for their home in New Orleans.

The luncheon, picnic style, which
the art and literature committees of
the Woman's Club had planned to
give at Silver Springs Saturday, April
19th, in honor of their speakers, Mr.

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DONT wait until you are injur injured
ed injured or sick to ask for an Acci Accident
dent Accident and Health Policy. CALL
A DOCTOR THEN.
DONT wait until you are on your
death bed to ask for Life Insur Insurance.
ance. Insurance. CALL AN UNDERTAK-
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DONT wait until your house
catches fire to ask for Fire In Insurance.
surance. Insurance. CALL THE FIRE DE-
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CALL
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NOW
DON'T WAIT. DO IT NOW.
OBEY THAT IMPULSE

Made by our Indians in America,
5c, 10c. and lcc, at B. Goldman's. 1G

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UNDERTAKERS and EMBAUIERS
PHONES 47. 104. 305
OCALA, FLORIDA

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JU Skirts, Silk Skirts and fancy Skirts.

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

-HMs of Shoes, Easter

Mioes, worn bfioes
or Men, Women and Children.

Just received Big shipment of
Colnaie's Talcum Powder i
for tliis Easter Sale ati... i-ie
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Oilier brands Talcum at 7c a can

Small size Castimer Boquet
Soap at 9c
Colgate's Coleo Soap at 9c
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letters from women, tell telling
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has done them. This is
the best proof of the value
of CarduL It proves that
Cardui is a good medicine
for women.
There are no harmful or
habit -forming drugs In
CarduL It is composed
only of mild, medicinal
ingredients, with no bad
after-effects.
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You can rely on CarduL
Surely it will do for you
what it has done for so
many thousands of other
women! It should help.
" was taken sick,
seemed to be .
writes Mrs. Alary ELVeste,
ofMadisoq Heights, Va.
"I got down so weak,
could hardly walk .
Just staggered around.
. 1 read pf Cardui,
and after taking one bot bottle,
tle, bottle, or before taking quite
all, I felt much better. I
took 3 or 4 bottles at
that time, and was able to
do my work. I take it in
the spring when run rundown.
down. rundown. I had no appetite,
and I commenced eating.
It is the best tonic I ever
tew." Try Cardui.

AH Druggists

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Memorandum Taken 'From Mr. Martin's Report to City CounciF.

Date: ; Labor: Fuel: Supplies: Repairs: Kw-lirs
Nov. 506.00 51,662.00 0439.00 S 75,000
Dec 52&50 2,184.00 306.01 1807.46 89600 W
Jan. 549.87 2,703.45 540.27 '579.64 8G780 i
Feb. 507.75 2,460.74 420.22 1 800.00 78510 Ss
March. 529.16 1,9234 69.95 77,000
2,621.28 j 10,934.03 1,775.46 3,987.10 406,890

Total Cost 819,317.87
It the City had bought current at 2 cents per hw-hr, it
would have cost the city $8,137.80 instead ol 219,317.87, a saving
o! $11,180.07 for the past live months operation.
The above cost to the city does not include interest on the
bonds, depreciation or absolescence, which is usually iigure at
12 to 14 per cent ot the total which would be 312,000 to 314,000 ad additional
ditional additional per year.
In addition to the above loss 6y the city each light user
ol the city is paying 66 2-3 per cent more for current now than a
short time ago, which means that the light users are paying from
31,000 to 51,500 more per month for light than would have been
necessary if the city had contracted for power at 2 c per lew-hr.

The friends of- Mr. Clifford Pea Pea-body
body Pea-body will be interested to know that
he is the proud father of a. fine son,
born March 31st at Hempstead, Long
Island. The baby has been named
Herbert Gale. Mr. Peabody is still
stationed at Camp Mills.
Knickerbocker bath spray brushes,
at the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 6t
The county judge has issued u
marriage license to Wm. Theron
Clemonds and Miss Florrie Wood.

W. K. Lane, BL Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat, Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida- tf

E. JOIRPAM & CO.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
AUTO HEARSE SERVICE

We deliver caskets free anywhere in the county.

Calls promptly answered night or day. I

: wilbur c. smith sam r. pyles. jr. :
: ucensed:embalaiers. :
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Guarantee Every Peace of Work.
SECOND HAND TIRES BOUGHT AND SOLD
JAMES E. ENGESSER, Proprietor

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JACKSONVILLE, FLA. AND TALLAHASSEE," FLA.
EFFECTICE APRIL 14TH

Lv. Jacksonville
Lv. Lake City
Lv. Madison
Lv. Live Oak
Ar. Tallahassee

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at a moderate price.
You get a full pound can (16-
ounces) for 30-cents.
Also packed in one-quarter
and one-half pound sizes.
Any one of these sizes will
go as far as a can twice as large of
most any other brand.
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One trial will satisfy you
beyond any doubt that Calumet
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Don't be misled into buying
other powders because the can is
larger or you are getting more.
It may cost a little more than
the cheap or "Big Can" powders,
but it usually goes twice as far.
CALUMET has twice the
ordinary raising force you use
only half as much as is ordinarily
required.

No matter what may be the elec electrical
trical electrical troubles of your automobile,
our experts will locate and remedy
them quickly. Ocala Iron- Works
Garage.- 15-Ct

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