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OGALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 101
TO WAR RATIONS
PEOPLE OF ROME
FRIENDLY TO PAGE
WILL BE 111
WILL ASI! COUHGIL
WAT TO ITALY
STRIKING HUNGARY TANK
FROM DDTR SIDES
td doa 7 5 :
Hopeful Feeling that All Will be
Settle, However, at Italian
Pari3, 'ihursday, April 24. Pre Premier
mier Premier Orlando left Paris for Rome at
8:30 tonight, accompanied by Salva Salva-1
1 Salva-1 tore BarziUi, General Diaz and two
other members of the Italian mission.
Ht was f;iven an ovation at the sta station
tion station by the crowd.
' ITALIANS OPTIMISTIC
Paris, Apul 25. A distinctly more
Thopeful ftciing prevailed at Italian
neaaquarters toaay. INo longer was
there talk of a breach with the peace
conference X instead it was said all
might be settled shortly.
London, April 25. The peace con conference
ference conference crisis continues the para paramount
mount paramount topic r f comment in London's
morning newspapers. The '"support
they gave I asident Wilson's and
Italy's vievK 1 about equally divided,
but with two or three exceptions opin opinions
ions opinions are expressed cautiously and
with a man Test desire to show
friendliness for both President Wil Wilson
son Wilson and Italy and avoid saying any anything
thing anything likely to hinder a speedy re restoration
storation restoration of harmony.
TRADE 60DY TAKES IIP
SCHOOL HEEDS Of CITY
Educational Committee to be Added
to List of Standing Committees
of the Board
An educational committee, to be
added to the list of standing commit committees
tees committees of the Marion County Board of
Trade, will work with a view to mak making
ing making the public schools of Ocala and
Marion county second to none. The
appointment of this committee fol follows
lows follows a lengthy and spirited discus discussion,
sion, discussion, in the meeting of the trade
body last night, concerning the edu educational
cational educational needs of the city and county.
' One of the most important matters
for which the committee will work
will be the lengthening of the term of
the Ocala high school to more than
nine months, in order that its diploma
might be recognized by the Southern
Association of Colleges and other in institutions
stitutions institutions as a qualification for en entrance
trance entrance into college.
Mr. C. W. Hunter brought the mat matter
ter matter before the Board of Trade, call calling
ing calling attention to- the important part
which educational facilities play in
bringing new citizens to Ocala and
Marion county. Mr. W. H. Cassels,
principal of the Ocala high school,
made a vigorous plea for the needs
of the school. Mr. Cassels made a
plea for manual training in the
school, the re-establishment of the
home economics branch, the beautifi beautifi-cation
cation beautifi-cation of the school grounds, and
provision for athletics, with an ath athletic
letic athletic director. He spoke of the prob problem
lem problem of keeping the teachers in the
high school department. He pointed
out that, after this year, the South Southern
ern Southern Association of Colleges will not
recognize high schools with only a
nine-months' course. Mr. Cassels
said that in educational matters the
Ocala high school at present stands
with the best in the state, but he
wants it to have in addition the ad advantages
vantages advantages which are recognized as be being
ing being a part of the most progressive
schools in the country. The problem,
he said, is one of providing the nec necessary
essary necessary funds.
Mr. J. H. Brinson, county superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of schools, in a heated speech
" said that there was too much destruc destruc-,
, destruc-, tive criticism being aimed at the
Ischools of Ocala. He said that the
county board had shown no lack of
appreciation of these schools, but had
rtent on the Ocala high school more
'money than was raised by the spec special
ial special tax for the Ocala schools. Mr.
Brinson said that a new system of
providing finances for the schools
must be worked out. He said that he
was ready to co-operate with the city
school board, and any committee from
the Board of Trade, in educational
Rev. J. R. Herndon and Mr. F. R.
Hocker spoke for the needs of the
Ocala schools. Mr. Hocker suggested
to Mr. Cassels that plans be prepar prepared
ed prepared to cover the needs of the Ocala
high school, including the costs of
same, y Mr. HocKer said he thought
that Ocala would raise the necessary
STRAY MULES TAKEN UP
Taken up at" my place April 13th,
between Summerfield and Belleview,
one gray horse mule, one gray mare
mule;' one recently clipped. Owner can
have same by proving property, pay paying
ing paying expenses of feed, advertising etc.
E. M. Smith, Summerfield, Fla. 21-5t
House dresses in Ginghams and
Percales, 98c and $1.39. B. Goldman. 3
FOR RENT Possession May 1st,
' bungalow, six rooms and bath; fine
condition; large lot; Al neighborhood.
See L. M. Murray, Holder block,
Ocala, Fla. 25-3t
American People However Are Cer Certain
tain Certain of Enough White
Bread to Eat
Paris, April 25. An increase in the
milling percentage which will virtual virtually
ly virtually put the world back to a war bread
basis for the next three months is
part of the program adopted by the
supreme food council under the chair chairmanship
manship chairmanship of Herbert Hoover.
New York, April 25. Americans
will continue to eat white bread de despite
spite despite the return of European coun countries
tries countries to a war bread basis, Julius
Barnes, president of the food admin administration
istration administration grain corporation and fed federal
eral federal wheat director, said today. A
survey of wheat stocks, Mr. Barnes
said, convinced his department that
the American supply would be suffi sufficient
cient sufficient not only to warrant the produc production
tion production of an all wheat flour, but to meet
the export demand until next harvest.
VISITING ROTADIAIIS WILL
EIILIVEII THE CITY
An Automobile Trip this Afternoon
and a Dinner Tonight at Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club Building
Ocala will be enlivened this after afternoon
noon afternoon by the Rotarians, who will ro rotate
tate rotate in gay and serious manner. Vis Visiting
iting Visiting Rotarians will be here from
Tampa, Jacksonville, Gainesville and
Lakeland, about 75 in all. The visit visitors
ors visitors will be met upon their arrival in
the city by the Ocala Rotarians, and
in automobiles will be whisked out to
Silver Springs to see the beauties
and wonders of those remarkable
waters, and over the roads of the
county. Tonight at 8 o'clock there
will be a dinner at the Woman's Club,
given by the members of the 'Ocala
Rotary Club. During the dinner
"stunts" will be provided for enter entertainment
tainment entertainment and following the dinner
there will be a meeting in charge of
the visiting Rotarians under John H.
Gay of Jacksonville, district governor.
The Tampa delegation is making
the trip to Ocala in a special sleeper.
The car will be parked here and the
Rotarians from the South Florida city
fyill return in it tomorrow. The dele delegations
gations delegations from Lakeland and Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville will probably come in cars. There
will be about 25 delegates from Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, 25 from Gainesville, 12 to 15 from
Jacksonville, 10. from Lakeland, and
the Ocala Rotarians number about 21.
The silver tea and reception which
was given by the Altar Guild of
Grace Episcopal church at the home
of Mrs. George Pasteur yesterday
afternoon proved a delightful success.
This was the first affair of a social
nature that this guild has ever given
and the ladies are naturally 'very
proud of its success. The Pasteur
home was decorated with potted
plants and Easter lilies. In the large
reception hall was placed the tables
on which were displayed the tempting
home-made cakes and candies. The
assortment was unusually good and
in a short while everything had been
completely sold out. Mrs. C.
Green had charge o f the cake table.
Miss Susie Lou Ellis, with her two
dainty assistants, Frances Greene
and Delzell Pasteur, dressed in white
and green to represent lilies, sold
candy and sweets during the after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. In the reception room were
comfortable chairs, where those who
called during the afternoon might
stop and chat and enjoy the music.
Mrs. Bert Dosh played several selec selections
tions selections during the afternoon, and Miss
Lily Bailey and Miss Mary Brooks,
accompanied by Mrs. Hooper, gave
several much appreciated violin
pieces. In the dining room the guests
were served by Little Misses Alice
Cullen, Louise Clements and Jessie
Dehon light refreshments consisting
of tea, sandwiches and wafers. Mrs.
G. T. Maughs, Mrs. Horace Harold
and Mrs. F. T. Schreiber poured tea
at the beautifully appointed tea table
in the center of which was placed a
large bowl of white oleander blos blossoms
soms blossoms and maidenhair fern. The whole
affair was marked by its simplicity,
cordiality and informality. Mrs. H.
A. Davies, president of the Altar
Guild and several of its members
looked after the pleasure of those who
called during the afternoon. The tea
was not only very pleasant socially,
but quite a financial success, as the
neat sum of $40 was added to the
treasury of the guild.
The annual Adamsville picnic will
be held on May 15th, at the usual
place, two miles east of Coleman.
Ering well-filled baskets and have "a
good social time. Everybody is invit invited,
ed, invited, especially the old folks.
M. S. Hill, Chairman.
Peptona is sold in Ocala at Gerigs
Drug Store at one dollar per bottle, tf
At Versailles from Germany as Van Vanguard
guard Vanguard of the Teuton Peace
Paris, April 25. German official
couriers in advance of the German
peace delegation arrived at Versailles
GUESSING ABOUT SONNINO
Paris, April 25. Premiers Clemen Clemen-ceau
ceau Clemen-ceau and Lloyd George and President
Wilson, it is announced, will confer
this afternoon. The topics to be dis discussed
cussed discussed are unknown. The remaining
members of the council of four, now
that Premier Orlando has left France,
didn't hold a meeting during the fore forenoon.
noon. forenoon. Chief interest attached to the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon session whether Foreign Min Minister
ister Minister Sonnino of Italy, will attend
and continue the discussion of the
Italian question, as he intends to leave
for Rome tonight.
ANOTHER REVISION MONDAY
Paris, April 25. A plenary session
of the peace conference will be held
Monday to consider the revised draft
of the league of nations covenant and
portions of the peace treaty complet completed
ed completed by the commission. The session
will be public. It is understood if the
covenant is approved it will immed immediately
iately immediately be made public.
DANIELS IN LONDON
London, April 25. Secretary and
Mrs. Daniels arrived here yesterday
for a two weeks' visit.
ROYALTY'S AIR RIDE
Brussels, April 25. King Albert
and Queen Elizabeth left today by
airplane for Bochum, Germany, which
Belgian and British troops are occu occupying.
pying. occupying. TAMPA ROTES
(Tampa Times, 24th)
A body of 25 local Rotarians will
leave at 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon,
aboard a special car, for Ocala, where
they will institute a new Rotary club
tomorrow night at 8 o'clock. Presi President
dent President Davis of the local club, fearing
to trust the holiday spirit of the
special, will travel by automobile.
Those who will go include: Capt.
Jack Mahoney, of pirate crew fame;
Comedian George Broadhurst, Ora Orators
tors Orators W. G. Brorein .and Ed Lam Lam-bright
bright Lam-bright (the latter forsenic), and John
Turner, who will check up on the
music. The delegation will take along
two bags of gold, saved over from
Gasparilla celebrations of the past.
The new Ocala club is said to con contain
tain contain 11 millionairies and a lot of
others approaching that distinction.
A delegation from the Lakeland club
will join the Tampans and assist in
AT HOME AGAIN
Captain H. F. Watt of the medical
branch of the army, accompanied by
Mrs. Watt and little Helen, arrived
last night from Asheville and are
again at their home in Linwood.
Captain Watt left Ocala about
twenty months ago. He passed but
little time in preparation, but was
soon sent to France, where he was
kept busy night and day, except when
too ill to stay on his feet, until he left
his last station for America. He has
worked under fire scores of times,
been gassed and has probably done as
much difficult and useful work as any
man in the American army.
The army is not thru with him yet,
but he is home for a thirty days rest
and visit to his friends. Everybody
is glad to see him again and proud
of his splendid record.
All scouts are requested to meet at
the lecture room of the library at 8
o'clock this, Friday, evening.
H. A. Davies, Scoutmaster.
FOR THE WEEK
Today: Tom Moore in "Just for
Saturday: Carmel Myers in "Who
Will Marry Me."
Monday: May Atkinson in "In for
NOTICE OF LEGAL HOLIDAY
Saturday, April 26th, being a legal
holiday in Florida (Memorial Day)
the undersigned banks will not open
for business on that day.
The Munroe and Chambliss
Ocala National Bank.
Gingham and Percale house dresses
98c and $1.39. B. Goldman. 3t
We are the authorized repair shop
for six cars. "There's a reason." Ask
the dealers. Ocala Iron Works
Garage. Phone 4. 22-6t
Mullet and sea trout received fresh
each day at the Delicatessen Market,
opposite fire station. 22-5 1
Ambassador to Italy Said to Hare
Resigned Because of Clash Be Between
tween Between Wilson and Orlando
Rome, Thursday, April 24 A huge
crowd of manifestants passed the
American embassay today, as Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Page appeared. The dem dem-onstrants
onstrants dem-onstrants shouted: "Viva America."
Mr. Page replied with "Viva Italy."
HAS PAGE RESIGNED?
Rome, April 25. The Italia says
that because he was acquainted with
President Wilson's views on Italian
claims, American Ambassador Page
at Rome offered his resignation.
Rome, Thursday, April 24. There
was great excitement in the chamber
of deputies and senate today over the
Paris situation. Many members ex expressed
pressed expressed the opinion that Italy should
warn France and Great Britain that
they cannot conclude peace without
UIIIOII STATI0I1 PLAZA
TO BE BEAUTIFIED
Civic Committee of Trade Body Will
tVork for Parking of City's
The civic committee of the Board
of Trade reported last night that it
would work for the beautification of
the union station plaza, and would
stick to this one thing until it was
put "over the top." The committee
recommended that the Board of
Trade, in co-operation with the Ocala
Woman's Club and Rotary Club, have
a "Clean-Up Week" in Ocala during
the week of May 12. This recom recommendation
mendation recommendation was approved by the mem
beis of the commercial organization
last night. The "Clean-Up Week" is
not proposed as anything new or orig original
inal original but as something needed. The
committee proposes that the city be
divided into districts and the clean cleanup
up cleanup campaign be conducted in each
district by a team under a captain,
private property to be cleaned up by
its owners and the streets and city
property to be cleaned up by the city.
Mr. Jake Brown, chairman of the
civic committee, reported last night
that, at the instance of the commit committee,
tee, committee, he had seen Mr. Winer with re regard
gard regard to having the fire plugs of the
city painted. Mr. Brown stated that
Mr. Winer said that the plugs of the
city would be painted. Mr. Brown
also stated that he had assurances
from the councilman in charge of
streets of co-operation during "Clean "Clean-Up
Up "Clean-Up Week."
The civic committee will go before
the county commissioners, at their
next meeting to ask that the dead
palms around the courthouse square
and the broken benches be replaced.
The committee will also ask that
more benches be placed around the
The committee called the Board of
Trade's attention to the parking of
cars on the brick streets of the city
after midnight, thus preventing the
proper sweeping and cleaning of the
streets and gutters. This matter did
not get up before the members of the
trade body last night for action. The
meeting last night was one of the
liveliest held in many a day, and some
matters that should have had consid consideration
eration consideration weer overlooked, and over overshadowed,
shadowed, overshadowed, too, by others of more and
Moss Bluff, April 23. Mr. John P.
Galloway of Ocala was here Friday
looking after his farmi which is un under
der under the management of Mr. W. A.
Miss Vernice Martin of Electra, is
attending school here.
Rev. Colson of Cornell will fill his
regular appointment Sunday morning
and evening. Every one is invited.
Mr. Dan Fort and sister, Miss Mar Martha
tha Martha Fort were callers in Oklawaha
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Griggs and
baby have returned to Bonaventure,
to make their future home.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Thompson
have named their baby Sidney Ful Fulton
ton Fulton Jr.
Mr. Dan Fort was a visitor in
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wheeler, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Griggs and family
and Messrs. Jim and Sidney Fort
were vistors at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Fort Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Snell of Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha were in our midst Sunday.
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
You pay for service not for exper experiments
iments experiments when you bring your car to
us for repairs. Ocala Iron Works
Garage. Phone 4. 22-6t
Czecho-Slovaks and Rumanians are
Trying to Crush the
Berlin, April 25. (By the Associat Associated
ed Associated Press.) Hungary has closed all
her borders in an effort to control
the Rumanian invasion and prevent
unfavorable news from escaping the
country. Reports from Budapest are
therefore contradictory, but all indi indicate
cate indicate the situation is grave. Panic is
said to reign in Budapest, where the
communist authorities are reported
to be ruthlessly arresting scores of
Geneva, Thursday, April 24.
Czecho-Slovak forces have attacked
Waitzen, twenty miles northeast of
Budapest, which is expected to fall
socn. French troops are said to be
aiding the Rumanians in their ad advance
vance advance in eastern Hungary, according
to Vienna advices.
HUNDRED AND SIXTY SIXTY-SEVENTH
SEVENTH SIXTY-SEVENTH AT HOME
New York, April 25. Almost the
complete 167th Infantry of the Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow Division, formerly the Fourth
Alabama Infantry arrived here today
on two transports.
RESOLUTIONS PASSED BY
THE NEGRO CONVENTION
Ocala, Fla., April 24, 1919.
To the president, members and del delegates
egates delegates of the Negro Uplist Associa Association:
tion: Association: We your humble committee on
resolutions, beg leave to submit to
your sober, prayerful judgment the
following items, to-wit:
We want to assure you that in the
preparation of these subjects for your
consideration, we have weighed and
viewed these divers matters from eve every
ry every angle of public thought.
A memorial to the governor and
legislature of the state of Florida:
The Public School System: In this
state-wide convention of the Negro
Uplift Association of the state of
Florida, the delegates from the var various
ious various counties request us to bring to
your attention that the public school
term is positively too short in that
hundreds and thousands of children
of school age have only two, three or
four months of school operation,
which is next to no school term at all.
This matter, we believe, should and
could be remedied by proper state
legislation for we verily believe that
the state owes to every boy and girl
the rudiments of an elementary edu education.
cation. education. Item Two
The State Reform School: Condi Conditions
tions Conditions have been shown at this conven convention
tion convention that one of the crying needs of
the reform school is the employment
of a colored .superintendent and
guards as well as teachers and that
a department be established and
maintained for negro girls and wom women.
en. women. rrt
Common Cairiers: We request
that the law regulating common car carriers
riers carriers be strictly enforced to the ex extent
tent extent that the person paying a first
class fare shall receive first class ac accommodation.
commodation. accommodation. We call your attention
to the very unsanitary and uncom uncomfortable
fortable uncomfortable condition of the waiting
rooms along the railroad lines in the
state lack of lights, absence of lava lavatories
tories lavatories and other unsanitary condi conditions
tions conditions are called to your attention.
The conduct of the train crews by
smoking in the colored coaches, etc
is especially cited as one of our com complaints.
plaints. complaints. These things mentioned ob obtain
tain obtain along the short lines in the
Disregard of Law: We also mem mem-oralize
oralize mem-oralize his excellency, the governor,
and the president of the senate, the
speaker of the assembly and the mem?
bers of the legislature, that they will
see to the enacting and enforcement
oC such laws as will safeguard and
make secure the life of prisoners in
their custody, as officers of the law,
to the end that our great state may
not be brought in disrepute by the
lawless who execute summary pun punishment
ishment punishment on those accused of crime.
We ask special consideration of the
matter in the following statement:
To the whole people of Florida, we
address the following statement and
request: We, the people of Florida,
together with the other states of our
common country, have gone through,
to a successful conclusion, the world worldwide
wide worldwide war; we, the people of Florida,
have not been derelict in or toward
any duty or service that confronted
us; we have responded to every call
made upon us; we have given time,
money and service and we feel and
know that we ought to have done so;
the whole citizenry of Florida, men
and women, black and white, have
rendered patriotic, unstinted service,
whether it has been conservation,
money or yielding up of life; we are
still willing and anxious to do what whatever
ever whatever is required for the exemplifica exemplification
tion exemplification of democracy. Since these things
are true, and they are true, we, the
negro citizens of the Palmetto State,
respectfully ask: "Should not democ democracy
racy democracy be exemplified in our own
Deferred Arrival of the Big War
Maachine for this Zone Necissi-
tates a Change of Date
The Victory Loan tank, which was
to have been here May 1 will instead
be here April 29. 'The reason for this
change of date is set forth in the fol
lowing letter to Mr. Bennett:
Tampa, Fla., April 24, 1919.
Mr. E. C. Bennett, Publicity Chair
man, Marion County.
Dear Mr. Bennett: I have been ad advised
vised advised today by long distance 'phone
from Atlanta that on account of the
late arrival of tank for this zone that
they will furnish me another tank. 1
have wired -them today to make ship shipment
ment shipment direct to you at Ocala, with the
understanding that the tank will ar arrive
rive arrive there on the morning of the 29th.
This will give it to you all day in your
city, and it must be billed out of
Ocala for Leesburg on No. 87 over the
S. A. L., leaving your city at mid midnight
night midnight on the 29th.
I will send you a complete schedule
tomorrow or next day, but wanted
you to get this in advance. If I get
any word which would cause me to
have to change this arrangement, I
will immediately notify you.
For your convenience I will mail
you government bill of lading proper properly
ly properly executed to move the tank out of
your city. Very truly yours,
Zone Publiicty Chairman.
PB VI II F
MOTOR TRUCK BILL
Board of Trade Good Roads Commit Committee
tee Committee to Meet at Once to Consider
M r. Fort's Measure
A meeting of the good roads com committee
mittee committee of the Board of Trade will be
called immediately to consider Repre Representative
sentative Representative Fort's bill to protest the
highways and bridges of Marion
county. The bill was read to the
members of the trade body last night,
and exceptions were taken to the pro provisions
visions provisions of the measure. A telegram
has been sent to Mr. Fort to obtain
a copy of the bill in its present form.
Among other things the measure pro provides
vides provides that no motor truck or trailer
used for carrying freight shall ope operate
rate operate on the public roads of Marion
county unless equipped with pneu pneumatic
matic pneumatic tires; and no motor truck or
other motor vehicle used for hauling
freight shall be run at a rate exceed exceeding
ing exceeding fifteen miles an hour. It is point pointed
ed pointed out that most trucks are' equipped
with solid rubber tires, and that fif fifteen
teen fifteen miles an hour is unreasonably
When the bill was read before the
Board of Trade meeting last night
numerous objections to the measure
wer made, and the bill was referred
to the good roads committee with the
direction that it beg iven immediate
The members of the good roads
committee of the Board of Trade are:
Nathan Mayo, chairman; L. K. Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, J. K. Christian, E. L. Wart Wart-mann,
mann, Wart-mann, T. T. Munroe, E. C. Beuchler,
J .L. Grantham, George Pasteur, (An (Anthony),
thony), (Anthony), C. B. Howell, Sam II. Martin,
J. G. Baskin. S. H. Blitch, N. A. Fort,
H. W. Henry, J. M. Douglas, Reuben
Redding, P. Thigpen, R. F. Rogers,
R. L. Martin, R. S. Rogers, E. A. Os Osborne,
borne, Osborne, S. T. Sistrunk, A. C. Blowers,
J. R. Moorhead and E. F. Rou.
ENTERTAINMENT PUT OFF
On account f the illness of Miss
Susan Edward3, the Easter enter entertainment
tainment entertainment which. .was to have been
given by her pupils at the Baptist
church this evening has been post postponed
poned postponed indefinitely.
state?" There is no true American
who will answer the question in the
negative. Hence, we further most re respectfully
spectfully respectfully ask that one of the funda fundamental
mental fundamental rights or privileges of Amer American
ican American citizenship be accorded us, the
colored people of the state of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, namely: that colored men, when
measuring up to the requirements of
qualifications be included in the list
of citizens, in the various counties,
available for jury service, in the
courts of the counties of the state of
We are fully aware that there is
no law nor constitutional provision
disbarring colored men from jury ser service,
vice, service, but their elimination has grown
from a custom that can no longer
exist in the pure white light of dem democracy,
ocracy, democracy, to which Florida is commit committed,
ted, committed, for which Florida stands and
for which Florida's sons, both black
and white, have died.
We also feel that if Florida, the
most southern state, leads in this
matter of thus exemplifying the
faith for which they have .fought,
most or possibly all other states of
the South will accord their 'negro
citizens the same measure of justice
and fair play.
Your petitioners again' pray your
careful consideration of 'all matters
set forth in this petition and shall
R. G. Lee, President.
S. II. Savage, Secretary.
Board of Trade Committee Gees Be Before
fore Before the City Body Tomor Tomorrow
row Tomorrow Morning
A special committee from the? Uar Uar-icn
icn Uar-icn County Board of Trade, c-:::l.:-
ing of Messrs. John IL Taylor, J. -Brown
and E. C. Bennett, will 3 1 -fere
a meeting of tne city cou;;
called for 1U o clock tomorrow nor:; nor:;-ing,
ing, nor:;-ing, to ask that the city v.;t:.i:..
lts bill to cut on! Silver Sprir.i Iz c ;
Ocala. This action was dtciu. i :
last night at the meeting of the i
of Traae, when a letter was :
from Col. Gien E. Edgerton, C
engineer, pointing out that tl : 2
a possibility of tne secretary c: -withdrawing
the Oklawaha river -propriation
if public terminal;,
to all, are not provided. And, as v.
brought out last night, there is ;1 .
question also of water rates ;
The communication from Cel.
gerton reads as follows: "s-..-.-
"The river and harbor act apprsv apprsv-ed
ed apprsv-ed March 2, 1919, in the next to tl 2
last paragraph of section 1, :i:nL
reference to the desirability of water
terminals on navigable waterway:,
and in recent instructions frc:n t: ?
chief of engineers, I am directed to
invite your attention to the para paragraph
graph paragraph referred to.
"The following is a copy of a par paragraph
agraph paragraph of section one cf the river
and harbor act approved March 2;
"It is hereby declared to ts tha
policy of the Congress that water
terminals are essential at all cit: 3
and towns located upon barbers c:
navigable waterways and. that xi
least one public terminal should cxb:,
constructed, owned and regulate 1 Ly
the municipality, or other puVIl;
agency of the state, and open to t!: 2
use of all on equal terms, and vriii.
the view of carrying out this policy ts
the fullest possible extent the secre secretary
tary secretary of war is hereby vested with tin
discretion to withhold, unless th:
public interest would seriously suC r
by delay, monies appropriated in this
act for new projects adopted herclr,
or for the further improvement cf ex existing
isting existing projects if, in his opinion, r 3
water terminals exist adequate for
the traffic and open to all on cqu .1
terms, or unless satisfactory assur assurances
ances assurances are reecived that local or other
interests will provide such adequate
terminal or terminals. The secretary
of war, through the chief cf engi engineers,
neers, engineers, shall give full publicity, as far
as may be practicable, to thi3 provis provision.'
The Board of Trade went on record
last night as opposed to cutting cT
Silver Springs from the city. Zlr.
John Taylor saw Mr. D. E. Mclver,
president of the council, this morning,
and Mr. Mclver has arranged for a
special meeting of the council tener-
row morning at 10 o'clock.
Our Mr. J. J. Blalock leaves in
few days for Akron, Ohio, where I:
will take a course inCORD tire 1:
pairing in the Goodrich favtory. A
the work on this class. of tires is in increasing
creasing increasing daily and there is no pla;
in Central Florida where same en
be handled efficiently, we deem thi
the only way to keep our establi ;
ment in the front rank, where it ha
Calvary, April 23, Mr. Earl Cros Crosby
by Crosby and Misses Lottie and Dollie Ilor Ilor-riyon
riyon Ilor-riyon attended Sunday school an I
church at Calvary last Sunday. They
were, the dinner guests of Mr. ai l
Mrs. J. W. Morrison. They also en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed the Easter egg hunt given at
the Calvary school house.
Mr. Leslie Horne and two ecus,
Jack and M. T., were dinner guczt s
of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Mormon. Join Joining
ing Joining them in the afternoon were 2Ir.
and Mrs. F. G. Buhl and four chil children,
dren, children, Ben Douglas,Charlc5-X?caard"
and Misses Dolly and Jessie ;::rri ;::rri-scn,
scn, ;::rri-scn, and they enjoyed the aftcraccrr
together very much.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morrison v.r.z
oaughter, Miss Jessie Morrison, were
Ocala visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morrhcn a-"'
three children, Randolph, Margaret
end Arol, were in town Saturday.
NOTED HAIR EXPERT IN CITY
Beth Palm, a noted hair special;
is at the Harrinrrtn ttn V
days, giving to the ladies of Oz'
treat as well as edifying them in ll :
art of manufacturing human hair iz'.z
heautiful hair pieces, switches, tr -formations,
pufTs, etc Beth Palra -a
complete line of real human hi!:
goods with her and as she says I I :
a switch for every lady in Oc-Ia
my hobby is matching dhTerer"
and making up ladies' own ccV;:
while you wait. Miss Palm's c ; ;-ant
ant ;-ant will call on the ladies in-V:-::
homes and appointments can L2 :r.
p.?WW. Harrington E
one for appointment. 21 -t:
Be sure to see those advert-
DAYv'p00!11'3 for C::i
iAY ONLY. Read the ansounr:-;
in louay s paper. 1
" Peptona Tenfc,
OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1919
CALA EVENING STAR
nblULed Every Dy Except Snd.y b,
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
OF OCALA, FLA.
. 11. Carroll, President
V. IeaTengood, Secretary -Treasurer J to
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala. Fla.. -ostoffice a
nfoeB Of Ac F1tM)u
:ditoriai Department .... .Two-eve 1
ne month, in advance so I
3pe year, in advance 18.001
rhree months, in advance 2.25
One month, In. advanca to
rpiayt Plate 10c. per tnoh for con-
Hon charged on ads. that run less than
jiX times 5c. per Inch. 8peclal position
20 Der cmt. additional. Rates based on
l-inch, minimum. Less than four Inches side might raise the coin for improve improve-ffiSiliniS
ffiSiliniS improve-ffiSiliniS &SZlVo"hlCh WiU be during the summer. We have
Ucadinsc :-tloci ic. per line for first
insertion ii per line for each subse- would help some. Teachers and pu-
li2ein!yT?t&Sitik cS Pils would feel better and work bet bet-oitior
oitior bet-oitior chargres. . ter if they had nice school grounds,
jueg-ai Advertisements at legal rates.
Electros must be mounted, or ohargre
wiu De maoe ior moununs. I
mm m am I
Gainesville oversubscribed its
quota to the Victory Loan on the
fourth day. Ocala must hustle.
tomorrow is observed as Confed
erate Memorial Day in Florida, Geor
gia, Alabama and Mississippi.
State Chemist Rose says he will in I
a few days reveal a number of fer-
tilizer frauds by which the farmers
are being robbed.
A year ago today, the British and
Australians retook Villers-Breton-J
neux and the Germans after a ter-l
rific struggle secured a footing on I
Kemmel Hill. A
A year ago today we were straining
every enerev to raise a liberty loan
-to win the war. Today the war has
been won; we should raise the Victory
Loan with ease. I
Gov. Catts has suspended J. O.
Ogilvie, tax collector of Nassau coun-
ty, who is alleged to be short in his
accounts about $6000 He had been!
in office about fifteen years.
Two years ago today, Secretary
McAdoo casually handed the British
ambassador a treasury warrant for
two hundred million dollars, Ameri-
ca's firstvloan to the Entente Allies.
Charlie Floyd has written a poem J
against state division. If Charlie
would locate right m the middle of
Jorida and write a poem aday, the
state wouldn't have to be divided. It
"One swallow doesn't make a sum-
mer," says an old adage, and by the
same token there will be mighty few
swallows the summer following the
first day of next July. Miami Herald.
It will take all summer for the wets
to swallow their indignation. I
Polk county, which two or three
years ago bonded heavily for good
roads, and had a number of miles of
""excellent highways laid down, must
like the experience, for it voted
$400,000 more for the same purpose
Herman Gunter. a Volusia countv
man. succeeds as state treoloeist Dr.
E. H. Sellards, who has resigned to
take a position in Texas. We were
well acauaitned with Mr. Gunter's
father when we lived in Volusia coun-
ty thirty years ago, and feel free to
say that if the young man is as good
a citizen as was his daddy he will
make the state an excellent official.
The world fusses at the telenhone
girls, along with mother-in-laws, ice
men and other unappreciated charac-
ters. hut nohoHv has anv kick on thehs
girls in the Ocala telephone office. At
lpnct wp hnvpn'f Thev nrp awfiillv
eood to us. Our Dhone has a Dartic-
ular shrill and metallic rattle, and
- A. a. 1
sometimes when we sit by it late at
nicht an alarm clock coes off in one
of the hotels a few blocks away, or a
rattlesnake two or three miles out in
the countiy wags his tail, and we
-think its the phone, and take the ear
txuiitfz&Zii. the hook, and listen into
it half a .second, and say hello, and
BUVV-V.1EMB MM VE0
COPN JEST UK If CQM&3
KJ, WITHOUT NVfVKN' NO
coaa&criONs nbo. muThin
SOME OP THE. 1Kli&UCTUAL
LIGHTS AttOUN THIS HERE
NECK. O THB VJOOOS O LOSE
THEVS. OEPUTMONS FE
llKlx IS TII STAR'S DEVIL
v. .. ... : ?
conclude its a false alarm, and hang
up trying to keep from worrying
Central, who is a busy girl and has
enouch real work without anv fiction.
almost invariably in a few sec
bnds there will be a sure-enough ring,
and a pleasant voice will ask, "Mr.
Ben, did you want a number?" Then
we will explain and apologize, only
be told, "That's all right 'and we
wonder how anybody can ever fuss
at a telephone girl.
When we finished the fine Ocala
a6v U,C1C "v;jr w
improve the grounds, and they have
remained rather disheveled ever since.
And both the countv and district
i i i i x : i
Loaru are tuv nara up w give wie
well situated and nave a good deal
of natural beauty. Can't the citizens
get together and have them improv
into a regular school campus by
the opening of the fall term? Out
in the country, the people would have
a "working." I his is too big a joDlor
a "workincr." but a committee of en-
ergetic citizens and citizenesses, with
individual work and an entertainment
t j oottip TfrilHnr on the
or lW0 ana some legpuiimg, on me
no qoudi tnai ine Doys ana girw
..,,ii ,,),. n t,af0
and they would make a better im-
pression on visitors, oi wnom we
have some of the distinguished varie
Our advocates of personal liberty
liberty to get drunk fiercely de
nounce the "minions of the law" who
search women to the skin and open
coffins in their attempts to find con
traband liquor. We don't approve of
such things; but we would like to
know why there is no denunciation of
the women who disgrace their sex by
hiding whisky under their skirts, nor
cf the men who throw an unholy
suspicion on the dead by trying to
ship booze from one state to another
in funeral caskets. It is the law-
breakers and the lawbreakers alone
that cause officers of the law to be
suspicious and harsh, and sometimes
mistreat innocent people.
Principal Cassels of the high school
wants the patrons and friends of the
school to help him give some prizes to
encourage the boys of the military
department. The boys have worked
hard and have made a most creditable
showing in drill. Mr. Cassels, during
the last' days of the school term,
wants to have competitive drills and
give prizes to the winners. He will
give the people the program thru the
Star in a few days. Get ready to
back him up. The military depart-
ment is a great help, for beside the
drill it is splendid physical develop
ment and all the boys show its good
We think Mr. Wilson is entirely
correct in insisting that there be no
mor swrt trAatios. hut w think
he is wrong in trying to tear up the
treaties made among our allies before
America went into the war. We all
now realize that from the day the
Germans crossed the Belgian frontier
America had to fight or be enslaved,
And if it had not been for the work
of Italy and Japan before America
began to fight, America- would have
lost ten times more in blood and
treasure. America owes nothing to
Jugo-Sla via or China; it does owe a
good deal to Italy and Japan.
The board of trade at its meeting
last night passed a resolution asking
the city council to reconsider its de
cision to ask the legislature to cut off
the Silver Springs panhandle. This
extension costs the city heavily every
year and yWs nothing in return.
cul 11 ine c"y noias on lo ana uses
e Oklawaha as it should, the "pan
handle" will be worth a great deal.
11 lX was IeIt to tne fatar personally
aecioe, we wouio nang on io it. we
would not advise the council to let it
wunoui an expression oi opinion
from all the people.
lt is proposed that the legislature
Iaw promoting any man wno
not a college graduate from hold-
mS me omce oi superintendent oi
puDuc instruction, we mime sucn a
law would be unconstitutional and
1 -mx mm
w Know lt would be unjust. Mar-
ion county, by the way, has a very
competent superintendent of public
instruction, now serving his third
term and ne lsnt a college graduate,
Dr. Murphree, president of the
University of Florida, is quoted as
favoring co-education at the univer.
sity, and as believing the teacher
training needs of Florida can be well
taken care of by the state institutions
now in operation. Tampa Tribune.
Dr. Murphree is right. He knows,
and if his opinion is heeded it will
keep some burden off the taxpayers.
Somehow we cannot but side with
Italy in her demands whenever we
think of that magnificent stand on
the River Piave. Tampa Tribune.
We agree with the Tribune in the
above, also in its fine editorial headed,
'Has Italy No Rights," which ww
would reproduce if we had the space.
With nations as with men, we believe
in preferring our proven friends.
Times-Union thinks it might be a
good plan to let the state superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of public instruction appoint
the county superintendents. It would
be a good plan for the state super superintendent.
intendent. superintendent. It would enable him to
build un the neatest little political
machine in the state. The appointive ?
i j j a i
power snouia De reaucea insteau ox
A year ago, it was reported by the
British admiralty that Americans
took an important part in the raid on
Zeebrugge, American sailors in motor
launches bringing off many British
seamen who were aboard the block
ships, and who almost sacrificed their
lives to make sure their craft were
sunk in the channel.;
Attended by a throng of interested
relatives and friends, the marriage of
Miss Mary Helen McRae of Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh and Mr. Ira H. Hicklin of Rich Rich-burg,
burg, Rich-burg, S. C, took place Tuesday eve evening,
ning, evening, April 22. at 8:30 at the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian church of Mcintosh.
The church was exquisitely decorat decorated
ed decorated with palms, ferns, ascension lilies
and roses, which formed a beautiful
background for the wedding party.
The ceremony was performed under a
huge wedding bell of white roses with
sprays of southern smilax, which was
suspended from a chandelier.
Preceding the ceremony, a beautiful
program of wedding music was ren rendered
dered rendered by Mrs. J. K. Christian at the
The wedding march from Lohen Lohengrin
grin Lohengrin heralded the approach of the
wedding party, which was led by two
dainty little flower girls, France
Christian and Anna Christine Rich Richardson,
ardson, Richardson, niece of the groom, scattering
rose petals in the bride's pathway.
Next came the bride with her maid of
honor, Miss Bobbie Baldwin, followed
by Master Willshire Walkup, carrying
the ring in a large Easter lily.
The bride was very lovely in her
wedding gown of white georgette,
handsomely beaded with pearls. Her
hat was a large picture shape of white
georgette and braid trimmed with
white feather pompoms, and she car carried
ried carried an exquisite shower bouquet of
bride roses and valley lilies.
Miss Baldwin wore a charming
frock of flesh georgette with hat of
white milan covered with a white
ostrich band and satin flowers and
foliage of pale green and rose, and
carried an armful of pink carnations
and asparagus ferns.
Miss McRae and maid of honor
were met at the altar by the groom
and his best man, Mr. Barkley Neai
The impressive ring ceremony was
performed by Rev. O. L. Moncrief,
the bride's pastor. The party passed
out to the strains of Mendelssohn's
Immediately after the ceremony
the couple went to the Mcintosh ho hotel,
tel, hotel, from where after changing to
traveling costumes, they left in an au automobile
tomobile automobile for Gainesville, spending the
night there and leaving next morning
for Jacksonville, from which point
they will take the steamer Mohawk
for Charleston, S. C, and after a short
stay there will leave for their future
home in Richburg, S. C.
Mrs. Hicklin is one of Mcintosh's
most beautiful and popular girls. Her
friends are legion, for, added to re remarkable
markable remarkable personal beauty, she has the
asset of charming maanners and most
attractive personality. She is the
youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
L. McRae, and comes from one of the
oldest and most prominent families of
Mr. Hieklin is a. well known and
successful planter of Richburg and
also has many friends in Mcintosh.1
The best wishes of a host of friends : questi0n. Suppose you should take every every-follow
follow every-follow the young couple to their new thing you eat and drink for breakfast,
home. everything you eat and drink for dinner,
Among the out of town guests at everything you eat and drink for supper,
the wedding were Misses Louise Boo,! and mix aU together in one mass. It would
Louise Bouvier and Dr. and Mrs. W. surely a dreadful mixture to look upon.
M. Richardson of Ocala Mrs Frank.; Sto,Jg
Hester, sister of the bride, of Inter-' wonder so many people have indigestion,
lachen, Mrs. Roy Hart, also sister of dyspepsia, backache, headache, bad blood,
the bride, of Tampa, Mr. Z. McRae of liver complaint, skin diseases, nervousness.
Melrose and Mrs. Eugene Parrish of
Belleview, April 24. Mr. and Mrs.
Skinner left Wednesday for their,
home in North Woodstock, Conn.
Mr. George Cogswell left Thursday
for Bridgeport, Conn.
7 y j il
Mrs. Cramer and two little sons re-
turned to their home in Cleveland, O.,
Rev. and Mrs. Tredwell came Sat-1
urday from Atlanta, Ga., and held
Easter services at the Methodist,
The Civic League will hold a danca
this evening. Needham's orchestra
will furnish the music. The price of
admission is $1.
Mr. W. L. Smith left for his home
in High Point, N. C, Tuesday.
. Mrs. Whittier reecived a telegram
Saturday from her daughter Ruth,
who has been in France for some time
as a Red Cross nurse, saying she had
landed safely in New York and ex-1
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EI71BALIY1ERS
No charge for delivery of caskets anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JR.,
Office Phono 10 Night Phonos 225 or 423
petced to be home soon. Her many
friends will be glad to see her.
Mr. J. D. Harrell has just returned
home from a short visit with his rela relatives
tives relatives in Alabama.
Mrs. I. I. Strong of Lakeland is
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. N.
Nichols this week.
Mrs. Robert Polly returned to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Saturday after a short visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nix.
Mr. White has returned from a bus business
iness business trip to Cuba.
Anthony, April 23. Mrs. Blalock
of Coleman, who was the guest of
Mrs. B. K. Padgett for the past week,
returned home Saturday.
Mr. Arthur McQuaig returned to
his home in Fort McCoy last Sunday.
Mrs. J. G. Graham and little grand granddaughter,
daughter, granddaughter, Hallie Graham, accom accompanied
panied accompanied Mrs. J. P. Ambrose to her
home at Cedar Keys Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Young and Mr.
Willie Stewart left Sunday for their
home in Plymouth.
Mrs. A. B. Moree and daughter, Ora
returned Tuesday from Ocala, where
they have been visiting Mrs. Moree's
daughter, Mrs. J. A. Perkins.
Mrs. Florence Garden of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville is at home for a few days.
Messrs. Ben and Bryant Fortes
have lately purchased a Ford car.
The Easter egg hunt at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. 1. L. Priest last Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon was enjoyed by all who
The Woman's Club gave a reception
last Friday afternoon at the town
hall. A short program was rendered
and refreshments served. Quite a
few were present.
The Woodmen had their usual meet meeting
ing meeting last Tuesday night and enjoyed a
A party was given last Thursday
night at Miss Anna Lou Souter's
home in honor three returned soldiers.
All spent a pleasant evening.
We are glad to know Mr. and Mrs.
A. M. Erwin's baby is some better.
Mrs. A. P. Baskin is visiting in
Dunnellon this week.
Mr. Preston Martin of Citra spent
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Carter and chil children
dren children of Ocala spent Sunday with Mrs.
Carter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Mr. Hollie Milligan of Jacksonville
spent Sunday at home.
- A great many were present Sunday
morning and evening to enjoy the
fine sermon delivered by Rev. W. C.
Rogers at the Methodist church.
DAILY HEALTH TALKS
Good Health Is in Your Own
BY SAMUEL HAMILTON, M. D.
The man who said "People dig their
coughs, colds, catarrh, bronchitis and
goodness knows what eiser xes, people
dig their graves with their teeth, and before
the end comes they pass through one sick sickness
ness sickness or trouble after another. You should
be glad to know that Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo,
has placed in the drug stores a medicine
called Golden Medical Discovery that can
be depended upon to overcome many of
fhc diseases named above. It may seem
impossible for one medicine to do so much,
but really the whole thing is as simple as
the figure x Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery corrects the disordered condi-
tions in a sick stomach, aids digestion, acta
as a tonic and purifies the blood. When
this is done, away go the diseases that are
caused Dy a sick siomacn. u you are
digging your grave with your teeth, stop
today. Correct your stomach disorders
right now with Golden Medical Discovery,
and henceforth eat for your health's sake.
If you don't know what foods are best for
you, write Dr. Pierce, Pres. Invalids'
Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., and receive confi confidential
dential confidential medical advice without charge.
Golden Medical Discovery is made with
out alcohol or opiates, so anybody and
everybody can take it with safety. It is put
ud both in liauid and tablet form. Send Dr.
Pierce 10c for a trial pkg., and see for
yourself how good it is. Try it novo.
s the cheapest and most
effestive means of replac replacing
ing replacing blowout, worn-down
and used-up tires on your
car. We can vulcanize any
tire or tube which has
enough "base" or substance
left on which to rebuila,
and most tires and tubes
are in this class. Start to
Beginning SATURDAY, APRIL 26th, and ending SATUR SATURDAY,
DAY, SATURDAY, MAY 3rd, we sell Groceries at prices that will mean a
great saving to the consumer. Read over these prices and
compare them with the ones you arc paying elsewhere.
Ellake Your Selections and Bring the List
Gold Mdal Flour, 24-lb sack... $1.75
Gold Medal Flour, 12-lb sack 90c
Monarch Self Rising Flour
24-lb sack $1.65
Monarch Self Rising Flour,
12-lb sack 85c
Water Ground Meal per pound.... 5c
Cream Meal, per pound 6c
Grits, coarse and fine, per lb 6c
Blue Rose fancy rice, per lb....l2c
Cracked Rice, per lb 8c
Black Eye Peas, per lb 8c
Navy Beans, per lb 12 VtC
Lima Beani., per lb 12c
Irish Potatoes per lb 4c
Sweet Potatoes, peck 30c
SUGAR per pound 10Hc
Florida Syrup, quart 30c
Kingan's Reliable Bacon lb 33c
Kingan's Hams lb 60c
Armour's Breakfast Strips, lb.... 60c
Armour's Sliced Bacon, box, lb... 65c
Armour's Star skinned Hams, lb.. 45c
White Bacon per lb 33c
Cloverbloom Butter per lb 73c
Clear Brook Butter, per lb 72c
Avondale Butter, per lb 72c
Pleasant Valley Process Buter, lb. 65c
Marigold Oleo, per lb 38c
Nut Marigold Oleo, per lb 35c
American Cheese, per lb 43c
Canned Pimento Cheese, U-lb can 18c
Lard Compound, per lb 27c
8-lb Bucket Snowdrift $2.45
4-lb Bucket Snowdrift $1.25
2-lb Bucket Snowdrift 65c
Cottolene, 8-lb., 14-oz. bucket. .$2.70
Cottolene, 3-lb., 6-oz. bucket $1.10
6-lb. Bucket Crisco $1.95
3-lb. Bucket Crisco 98c
1-lb. Bucket Crisco 48c
1-lb. Bucket Crisco 32c
Wesson's Oil, quart 68c
Wesson's Oil, pint 37c
Pompien Olive Oil, pint 75c
Pompien Olive Oil. -pint 39c
Hirsch's Olive Oil, per bottle 30c
Heinz's Olive Oil, per bottle 32c
Apple Vinegar, per gallon 50c
Heinz's Vinegar, -gallon bottle 55c
Heinz's Vinegar, qt. bottle 33c
Heinz's Vinegar, pint bottle 18c
White House Vinegar, gallon 82c
White House Vinegar, 4 -gallon. .45c
White House Coffee, lb 45c
The above is only a partial list, as vc cannot name every everything,
thing, everything, but the same reductions prevail on all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, GRAIN AIID STOCK FEED
South Main Street
Opposite Harrington Hotel
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
2:50 am. J'cksonvllle-NewYork 2:50 am.
1:13 pm. Jacksonville 3:21pm.
4:07 pm. Jacksonville 5:10 p.m
2:50 a.m) Manatee C 2:50 am.
( St. Petersburg )
3:26 pm. Tampa-Manatee 1:41pm.
5:10 pm. Tampa-St. Petersburg: 4:07 pm.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive i
2:12 pm J'cksonvllle-New York 3:15 am. I
2-?flnm J'k!innvllti.R,lnjiTllle 3:35 nm. I
:42 am J'ksonvllle-G'nesvllle 10:13 pm.
1-I5am Rt. Pt'fthr?.TAkla.nd 2:12 am. i
3:35 pm. St. Pet'ebrg;-Lakeland 2:00 pm.
7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wllcox
7.40 am. Du'nellon-L'keland 11:03 pm. I
3.25 pm. Homosaasa 1:45 pm.
10:13 pm. Leesburgr 6:42 am.
i:45pm. uamesYiiie u:50 am. j
iionaay, vv eanesaay. Tiaay.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
DOUBLE EFFECT OE
. YILLIAMo" 101 TONIC
Bringing Relief to Folks Who Hare
Malaria and Making Its Proprie Proprietors
tors Proprietors Nationally Prominent
The G. B. Williams Co., Quitman,
Ga., bids fair to become one of the
largest drug manufacturers in the
United States. This concern, up to
1012, was unknown except in a small
area. Its rapid growth is due to the
immense popularity of its No. 101
Tonic, which is a scientific remedy for
malaria and a general health builder
cf wonderful value. As much as one
hundred and fifty gallons a day is
bottled in this firm's factory and for
many months it has been difficult to
keep up with the demand for the
Tonic. Druggists sell it. Adv.
The Southeastern Iron & Metal Co.
of Atlanta, Ga., has opened a branch
cfTice at the corner of Osceola and
South Third streets, near the electric
light plant. We are prepared to pay
the highest market price for all kinds
of waste material, iron, old automo
biles and machinery, rags, rubber and
metals. Write, wire or phone us what
you have. Our trucks will call any
where within a radius of ten miles of
Southeastern Iron & Metal Co.,
21-tf x Phone 167.
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Maxwell House Coffee, lb .45c
Breakfast Cup Coffee, lb 42c
Arbuckles' Coffee, per lb 32c
Golden Rose Coffee, lb 40c
1917 Coffee, per can 30c
Bulk Roast Coffee, per lb 28c
Lipton Tea, -lb package ..45c
Lipton Tea, 4 -lb. package 24c
White House Tea, U-lb package.. 20c
White House Tea, 1-oz. package 9c
Tetley's Teas (yellow and green)
per paackage 19c
Banquet Tea, U-lb. package 23c
Banquet Tea, 2-oz. package 9c
Jumbo Ground Black Pepper
in glass .....12c
Van Camp Pork and Beans, No. 3.33c
Van Camp Pork and Beans, No. 2.19c
Van Camp Pork and Beans, No. 1.14c
Octagon Soap, per cake 6c
Lenox Soap, per cake 4Hc
P. & G. Soap, per cake 7c
Cleaneasy Soap, per cake 6c
Fels Naptha Soap, per cake 7c
Grandma Washing Powder 4c
Gold Dust Washing Powder 4c
Lighthouse Washing Powder. . .4c
Star Washing Powder 4c
Quaker Oats, package 12Vfcc
Kellog's Corn Flakes, package. .. .14c
Mother's Crushed Oats 2 for 25c
Kellogg's Krumbles, package. .12 c
Post Toasties, package 13c
Kellogg's Bran, paackage 15c
Rolled Oats, package 12 lie
No. 3 Can Pumpkin 15c
No. 3 Can Sauer Kraut 18c
No. 3 Can Beets 23c
Libby's Dill Pickles, 3-lb can 25c
Hominy in cans, 3-lb 17Hc
Williams Asparagus Tips, 3-lb can 40c
Wilson's Fancy Blackberries,
No. 2 cans 33c
Williams' Pineapple, No. 3 cans.. 50c
Williams Pineapple, No. 2 cans.. 33c
Williams Pineapple, No. 1 cans.. 15c
Red Cherries in glass, 2-lb $1.00
Red Cherries in glass, 5-oz.. 25c
Armorr's Red Cherries in glass,
6-ouace '. 34c
Armour's Mince Meat in
buckets, 1-lbs 1 40c
Armour's Mince Meat. 10-oz pkg..llc
Gold Bar Mine Meat, 9-0z pkg. . .11c
Macaroni, 10c. size 8c
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 U well chilled and it is doirg fnll duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it iay tulk on you all the
remainder of the season.
OCALA ICE AND PACKING COMPANY
WIY LET YOUR ROOFING LEAK
GOODYEAR Liquid Roofing Cement, when
applied with a brush, instantly stops any leak.
A new method for:
AS INEXPENSIVE AS IT IS EFFICIENT
sp J. W..MUSSLEWHITE
Harrington Hall Hotel - Ocala, Florida.
WHITE STAR LINE
TRANSFER 1 STORA.GE
Spaghetti, 10c. size 8c
Koko Toilet Paper, package 5c
Velvet Toilet Paper, package 8c
Wild West Toilet Paper 6 for 25c
Borden's Eagle Milk, 15-0z 23c
Dime Brand Milk 16c
Libby's Milk 15c
Van Camp's Tall can Cream 18c
Van Camp's Baby can Cream.. . ,6c
Carnation, baby can 7c
Carnation, tall can 15c
Borden's Coffee, with Milk
Sugar, 14-0z. can 3Sc
Spuaghetti in cans. No. 1 11c
Spinach in cans, N o. 3.......... 23c
Spinach in cans, No. 1 14c'
Shredded Cocoanut, cans, No. 1.12c
Box Shredded Cocoatnut, pgk....4c
Louisiana Molasses in cans,
1- lb., 9-0z 15c
Onions per pound 8c
Chick Feed, per pound 4Hc
All Kinds of Stock Feed
Heinz's Catsup, 14-0z. bottle 33c
Heinz's Catsup, 8-0z. bottle 18c
Heinz's Apple Butter,
2- lb., 4-oz. jar 58c
Heinz's Horseradish (dry) glass.. 18c
Heinz's Baked Beans, No. 2 can.. 20c
Heinz's Baked Beans, No. 1 can.. 14c
Heinz's Mustard, 6-oz. jar 13c
Uneeda Biscuits, 10c. size 9c
Oysterettes, per package 9c
Milk Biscuit, per package 9c
Lima Beans, No. 2 cans 18c
Red Kidney Beans, No. 2 cans 15c
Red Kidney Beans, No. 1 cans.... 10c
Pork and Beans, No. 1 can. 10c
Curtice Bros. String Beans, No. 2 23c
Wilson's String Beans, No. 2 22c
Curtice Bros. June Peas, No. 2.. 23c
Armour's Veribest Peas, No. 2... 25c
Van Camp's Peas, No. 2 can 23c
Tomatoes, No. 2 can 13c
Tomatoes, No. 1 can 9c
Tomatoes, No. 3 can 18c
Canned Sweet Corn, No. 2 can.... 18c
Fancy Canned Sweet Corn, No. 2 23c
Pie Peaches, No. 3 can 15c
Pie Apples, No. 3 can 15c
Libby's Table Peaches, No. 3 25c
Libby's Apricots, No. 3 30c
Canned Plums, No. 3 can 35c
Strawberries, No. 2 can 20c
Salt Mackerel, each 15c
413, Ocala, Fla.
OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, A PHIL 25, 1919
Notice Is herebv l'Ivpti ttiat Vi iai. t i ...
Old at nubile a. Minn nn Will
SO.NJJAY, THE FIFTH DAY OB" MAY. A. n ittitt
' V.icahla'Mario? Florid, or mo much thereof as may
neecssai. v pay tne amount due for citv tax v.rtn .r amt.
ime. 102eti. f Tith the. cr,t J j r-r"
w v.wov via o.iA MIS CUiAl ouTeniiuiK.
DESCRIPTION OF LAND
NAME OF OWNER
block 12 OiJ Survey
lot 1 block 17 Old Survev
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1 blk 27 Old Survey
OtS 1 and 2 blk ZU Old Snnrv
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lot 1 block Old Survey.,
ft square iv. nw cor blk 24
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ft B 51i ft e 28 ft n Sli ft
ft e an 1 w by 100 ft n and
In nw c-r blk 46 Old Survey
om 30 It s ul ne nor lot i hlk
8 Old Sirvey 25 ft w 11514
ft n 25 ft 115 u ft
om oo It s or ne cor lot 1 blk
8 Old Survev. s 25 ft w 115 U
ft n 25 ft c. H5 ft
vey e 134 ft a izo it w 15 ft
12 ft v,- ll'j ft n 131 ft
m 7z it ti or f or hik 57 old
Survey, w 1H ft n 24 ft w 42 ft
3 ft v. 2'. ft n 294 ft e
a it ft
10 Holder";-; sub wl4 blk 57
blk r5 Survey
m ot it s i,m nw cor lot z rik
4 Old Survi v.. 28 ft e 112 ft
28 ft w ,112 "ft
1 2 3 45 ;to F. Williams
ud dik ii 'is survey
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72 Old Survey
m Hi 1-3 it e or sw cor niic 75
Old Survey, e lf3 ft n 119 ft w
3 ft a 1 r. :.
ft e and w hy 112 ft n and s
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25 ft n 11J ft w 26 ft 8 112
ex 30 ft e :nd w on e side
lot 3 blk 71 Jld Survey
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ew Survey ;outh, s 30 ft w
12 ft n 'jij li 112 ft
1 blk 14 New Survey South
lot 1 blk 18 New Survey
lot 4 blk 19 New Survey
lot 4 blk u New Survey
ex 40 ft and w on w side
lot 1 blk 23 Now Survey South
1 Snowden s sub blk 24 New
urvev ooutn . .
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6 Knovvd. u's sub blk 24
ew Survey South
1 blk 2.. Ntw Survey South
lot 1 blk 34 New Survey
blk C Dunn's Central Add
blk K Dunn's Central Add
ft n and 3 on s end blk li
lot 7 bLk D Allred's Add..
1 blK F AUredd's Ada
ts 11 12 blK u Aiirea's Aaa
lot 3 blk J Allred's Add.
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of ny2 lot 1 blk 2 Allred's
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blk Y Ali red's Add
ts 7 10 Clyatt's sud
ts 6 11 lz 13 18 uiyatts
17 Clyatf sub
ts 6 7 raimers plot
49 and n V2 lot j0 smith and
47 and nK'2 lot 00 smith
nd Dausrherty 3 Add
3 and 49 1-3 ft n and s on
end lot 2 Ileardon's Middle-
own 101s . s
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m at se cor iol 1 uearaon
flddletiwn Tits e 69 ft n 162
ft W 69 ft 162 ft
2 Caldwell's Add
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ft e and w by 105 ft n and
In se cor of swVi lot 23
ft e and w by 224 ft n and
on w side lot 26 Caldwell's
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4 Caldwell's Add
ft e and w on e side lot 35
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n nw cor 101 o iyiiiuweua
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Benjamin's sub blocks 40
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4 lot 50 Caldwell's Aaa....
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ots a o oi Laiaweu s A.aa
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oereer s survey
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6 block 1 Palmetto Park..
1 hlftpk 5 Palmetto Park..
o 2 2 hlork 5 Palmetto Park
ft n and s on s end lot O
t P and 6 acres on e end lot
I or a Caldwell's Ada
ii at a point 1037 ft n and
10 e of sw cor of neM ....
420 ft e 476 ft 8 420 ft w 476
ft a and w by 112 ft n and s
J. A. Pittman .,
rC. J. Oliver .....
A. H. Carter ...
N. C. LJvingaton
A. L. Pettys
Ooala Wagon Worka
Ia. a Smith
F. E. Harris
Mary O. Roberta
Elks Club P. B. O. E....
Mrs. D. C. Edward
D. S. Woodrow
E. E. Converse
J. H. Bonner
J. H. Bonner.
R. I. Carter .. ..
Mary E. Wooaard
N. Hampton .. .
N. E. Havens .
L R. Hampton ..
A J. Leavengood
R. E. Fort
George Curry . .
unitonwn. . . ...
Mrs. A r. 6 trunk
A A Vandenbrook
D. T. Jeffcoat
Sam Hodge .
J. R. Blackiston
A. B. Savage ..
E. W. Davis
R. I Lang..
J. H. Spencer . ......
P. D. Goodyear
Mrs. Mattle XL Pylea ....
D. W. Davla
J. H. Stephens
E. Van Hoed
Mrs. K. M. Brinkley....
D. N. Ferguson
W. K. Lane
C. E. Morris
fS. D. Souter ..
F. E. Harris ..
G. T. Liddon ..
W. F. McAteer
C W. Hunter ..
Mrs. Lb B. McKean
P. A. Durand ....
E. C. Bennett
R. L. LAng .,
A A Winer
E. E. Robinson
Mrs. M. J. Roeva .....
E. H. Mote
Mrs. Sue Hlckson
D. S. Welch
Gertrude E. Needham
Mrs. Leila McDowell ....
F. B. Turner
J. H. Spencer
J. H. Bonner
D. & Welch ..
Mrs. A. E. Proator
F. B. Harris
I Mrs. E. B. Green
D. U. iMcGlnnls
F. E. Wetherbee
F. E. McCIane ..
H B. Beatlr
L. .E. Lang
Mrs. D. TV Jeffooat
Addle Hiohael ....
Weirsdale, April 23. The Easter
services at the church last Sunday
XlCPrc. well ?ltf orrf cA TVo l-iiiwti n-os
tastefully decorated in buds and bios-! If yo? hav E7 s ietf em3'
sons and more beautifully set off by pIease Pne One-Two-One (121).
the sweet, bright faces of the boys!
and girls who took part in the pro-
gram, which Mrs. Wilson arranged.
Rev. Gabard preached an interesting
sermon on the resurrection.
Mrs. F. T. Wilson, principal of our
school, gave a reception at the manse
in honor of Miss Isabel Mays last
Saturday afternoon. Miss Mays, who
is speaking in the interest of woman
suffrage, gave a lecture at the church
Saturday night. Every one who
heard her said they all hoped she
would favor us again.
The ice cream social last Tuesday
night was a financial and social suc
cess in spite of the rainy weather.
The ladies moved their tables into the
ante room of the church and all their
wares disappeared in a very flattering
manner, lney realized a neat little
sum for the nest egg of the light
fund. Everybody is cordially invited
to help with the good cause.
Mrs. Sam Tidwell and Mr. Clarence
Kelsey were visitors here from Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland last week. Mr. W. T. Kelsey
spent last week at home, returning
to Jacksonville on the morning train
Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Albertson left
last week for a visit to DeLand and
other points of interest in South
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Douglas were
Ocala callers Tuesday.
The Woodmen of the World are or
ganizing a lodge in weirsdale. At
the present time twenty members
have joined and we hope more will
Mrs. Van Kelsey has been quite sick
since Sunday. Mr. Guthrie is also on
the sick list this week.
Friends of Mr. William Graham will
be very glad to hear that he has ar
rived at his home in Canada safely
and enjoyed the trip. His health has
been benefited very much by his win winter
ter winter in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. McKin McKin-ney
ney McKin-ney and family also arrived home
safely after a pleasant winter here.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis from Tampa
are spending a few weeks here at
Mrs. Frank Lytle is making visits
with her son and family and other
relatives here. She is going back to
Mr. L. B. Walling made a business
trip to Jacksonville last wTeek.
Mr. William Alsop is here from
Jacksonville for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Knoblock and
children were guests of the former's
brother, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Knoblock
The Misses Wilson, Prof. Wilson's
sisters, have returned to their home
in the north after spending the winter
here. Prof. Mayberry has also re
turned to Pennsylvania and is very
much missed by many friends and the
Mr. J. M. Thomas is out of town
for a few days, attending to business.
Mr. Raymond Bullock is spending a
few days at Monticello attending to
There will be a teachers-officers
meeting at the Methodist church this,
Friday, evening at 8 oclock.
Combination shower bath, massage
and shampoo brushes at the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 6t
Miss Irene Tompkins left today
for Gainesville to spend the week-end
a-, the guest of Mrs. Grover Allison.
Mrs. Annie Van Deman arrived
home yesterday after a delightful
visit with Miss Sue Barco in Clearwater.
Mr. W. W. Harriss, who has been
spending a few days in Leesburg on
business, is expected to arrive home
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
When you bring your care to us for
repair you pay only for the time of an
experienced man (and not for experi experimenting.)
menting.) experimenting.) This means dollars to you.
Ocala Iron Works Garage. Phone 4. 6t
Mi S3 Sara Pearl Martin goes to
Gainesville today to attend the Kappa
Alpha dance which is to be given
Miss Sue Barco of Clearwater, who
was expected yesterday, will not ar arrive
rive arrive until tomorrow. While in Ocala
she will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Harriss.
Just received, a car of nice No. 1
cypress shingles. Welch-Todd Lumber
Mrs. Christian Ax, Mrs. David S.
Woodrow, Miss Adela Ax, Miss Blaii
Woodrow, Messrs. Joe Borden and
Leslie Anderson went to Gainesville
today to attend the Kappa Alpha
fraternity dance there tonight.
Large supply of Velvet Beans and
Chufas now on hand. The Ocala
Seed Store. 7-11-19
RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c.; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in advance.
RAGS' WANTED At the Star office.
Clean bed or table linen. Bring
what you have to the office, or phone
WANTED All kinds of second hand
Furniture, Stoves, Organs and
other household necessities. Get my
prices. L. Hurst, at B. Goldman's,
Ocala, Fla. 24-1 m
FOR TRADE Farm of 40 acres in
Baldwin county, Alabama, near the
town of Foley. Twenty or more acres
cleared and stumped; no waste land.
Good six-room house, Wz stories. Two
good wells. Barn for four head of
stock, hay mound above, corn-crib
holding 500 bushels of corn. Will trade
for property in Ocala. H. Blackburn,
Ocala, county agent. 24-6t
FORD BARGAIN A cut down Fort
roadster in good shape for $175
cash. Auto Sales Company.. Mack
Taylor. Phone 348. 22-6t
Annette Kellerman in "The Queen
of the Sea," at the Temple yesterday,
drew three large and well pleased
houses. It was really a wonderful
houses. It was taken off the coast of
California, and not the least of its
merits was the seascapes and other
scenery. It was an interesting story
with a lot of old myths and fairy
lore, malignant spirits, gallant
kr.ights, lovely ladies, clashing steel
and the final triumph of good over
evil, tl would be difficult to put a bet better
ter better picture into the same space.
A BUI CK New tires and top. Car
in good shape. Price $175. Auto
liales Co. 23-6t
Commencing tomorrow, Mr. Ed
Carmichael is going to begin giving
the boys and girls of the Ocala schools
outings down the river on his boats
to Los Kiss and return until all have
made the trip. About sixty can go
at a time, and the freshmen and
sophomores will have the first voy voyage.
age. voyage. These trips will be delightful
experiences for the boys and girls.
Many of them have never seen any
more of the river than the springs
and a few hundred yards down the
stream, but even those who have made
the entire journey will enjoy making
After May 1st there will be an added war tax on all kinds of
drinks served at soda fountains, such as carbonated drinks, milk
shakes, sundaes, ice cream etc. This tax MUST BE PAID BY THE
CONSLLMER upon the follbwiug basis:
Each 5c drink (including war lax) 6c
Each 10c drink (including war tax) 11c
Each 15c drink (including war tax)... 17c
Each 20c drink (including war tax) 22c
Each 25c drink (including war tax) 28c
Section 630 of the new Revenue Law says:
"That on and after May 1st, 1919, there shall be levied, as assessed,
sessed, assessed, collected, and paid a tax of 1 cent for each 10 cents or frac fraction
tion fraction thereof of the amount paid to any person conducting a soda
fountain, ice cream parlor, or other similar place of business, for
drinks comonly known as soft drinks, compounded or mixed at such
place of business, or for ice cream, ice cream sodas, sundaes, or
other similar articles of food or drink, when any of the above are
sold on or after that such date for consumption in or in proximity to
such place of business. SUCH TAX SHALL BE PAID BY THE PUR PURCHASER
CHASER PURCHASER TO THE VENDOR AT THE TIME OF THE SALE and
shall be collected, returned, and paid to tbe United States by such
vendor in the same manner as provided in section 502."
TO PAY FOR -WORLD LIBERTY
H. W. and H. L. Walters, Props.
Cif C28Siiit 111
FOUND A place where all kinds of
second hand household furniture
can be turned into cash. Apply to L.
Hurst, at B. Goldman's, Ocala. 24-lm
WANTED Your stove, range and
refrigerator repair work. We also
buy and sell second hand stoves. Acme
Stove Hospital, Phone 326, No. 717 N.
WANTED 5000 PEOPLE AFTER AFTERNOONS
NOONS AFTERNOONS 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.
SELFISH No, not at all, but we do
want to take your next suit order. M.
Fishel & Son. 27-thurs
FOR SALE Ten empty coca-cola
barrels. The Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store, phone 123. 6t
FOR RENT Five room cottage near
primary and high schools; good
neighborhood; all modern conven
iences, including bath room, garage,
also garden space. Apply to C. M.
Livingston, Ocala, Fla. 17-tf
W0013 An honest load of wood can
be had by phoning Smoak's Wood
Yard, phone 146. tf
r UK SALE We have on nana 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.
Mullet and sea trout received fresh
every day at the Delicatessen Market,
opposite fire station. 22-5t
The Fannie R. Gary Chapter of the
Children of the Confederacy met yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Ed Car Carmichael
michael Carmichael at the Ocala House. The
regular routine business was gone
through. Among the special things
taken up was the election of officers
and the election of delegates to the
convention in Jacksonville, beginning
May 6th. The following officers were
elected: Miss Juanita Culverhouse,
president; Miss Mamie Sue Spencer,
secretary, and Miss Caroline Harriss,
treasurer. Miss Caroline Hamss
was chosen to represent the Fannie
R. Gary Chapter in Jacksonville, and
Mrs. Carmichael as directress of this
chapter will also go to Jacksonville.
The chapter is anticipating a delight
ful time at a picnic which Mrs. Car Carmichael
michael Carmichael will give at Silver Springs in
June. The meeting was well attend attended
ed attended and after adjournment the mem members
bers members went to the Court Pharmacy,
where they partook of refreshments.
Our workmen are all experienced in
automobile work, whether it is engine,
transmission or electrical trouble.
You are not charged for "experiment
ing." Ocala Iron Works Garage. 22-6t
The moving picture party given by
Mrs. E. L. Carney, complimenting
her guest, Mrs. Carney Mimms of
nf a r-t J -t y-l J r
w inston-aaiem, N. v., ana iurs.
Robert Tydings of this city, two very
charming young matrons, was one of
the most pleasant social events of the
season. Mrs. Carney's guests were
those who have entertained Mrs.
Mimms during her stay m Ocala,
among whom were Mrs. Edward Hol Holder.
der. Holder. Mrs. William Hocker, Mrs. L. W.
Duval, Mrs. "H. M. Hampton, Mrs. E.
G. Peek, Mrs. Mamie H. Stovall, Mrs.
Walter Preer, Mrs. J. K. Dickson,
Mrs. C. R. Tydings, Mrs. A. G.
Gates, Mrs. J. C. Johnson, Mrs. E. T.
Helvenston, Mrs. E. C. Bennett, Mrs.
A. C. Williams, Mr3. Harry Walters,
Mrs. Ed Morgan, Mrs. Fred Hocker
and Miss Annie Davis. As the guests
arrived they were met by Mrs. C. R.
Tydings, who invited them into the
dainty little tea room of the Temple
theater, where the hostess and two
lovely nonorees evtended to each a
most cordial greeting. Later on
tempting refreshments were enjoyed
Are Now Predominating!
The First Opportunity of the Season to
Refill Your Wardrobe with an Assort Assortment
ment Assortment of
WASH SKIRTS OF CHARM
At Reduced Prices.
THE EVENT BEGINS
SATURDAY, APRIL 26th
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS TIMELY .OPPORTUNITY
Under the auspices of the
Marion County Board ofTrade
Commencing Thursday, May 1st and
continuing until Thursday, September
26th we will close
EVERY THURSDAY AT
We will ask our patrons to kindly
assist us in this progressive movement
Their Shopping On
Thursday Before One P. M.
Tues.f May 6, 1919
Under the Trees
Near the City Hall.
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(Concluded ca FcsriS Fzz)
C. Lanier and H. C. Williams. 8-lm
at the Court Pharnincy.
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1919
Fresh or Salt Water
If does not matter; we have tlie kind
of Fishing Tackle that lands the big
ones safely. It is the right kind and
the prices are moderate. You will
be waited on by a man who is a real
fisherman and competent to serve
If your old tackle needs
repairing bring it to us
Salt Ocean Whiting
per lb. 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 Herring
per lb. 10c
This fish is packed in brine some some-thing
thing some-thing on the order of the the brine in
which Holland herring comes. The
fish is fat and juicy and makes an
O. M. TEAPOT
Mrs. Jake Goldman and baby re returned
turned returned vesterdav from a visit with
Mrs. Goldmans parents in "Savannah. I
Mrs. Mary Eagleton, Mi3S Mar Mar-jorie
jorie Mar-jorie Eagleton and Mrs. Badger leave
today for a visit in Clearwtaer and
See the special announcement of
B. Goldman's dress sale in today's
paper. "Why Pay More?" It
Mrs. E. J. Redding has returned
home after a short visit with her son,
Mr. Bert Redding and family in Jacksonville.
Advertise and get Results.
DO YOU KNOW:
The leakage of nerve
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eyes is responsible for
one-half the human ills?
Dr. K. J. Weihe,
With Weihe Co., Jewelers. Ocala. Fla.
Mr. Lee Miller, a former well-known
citizen of this city, but now residing
in Ocala, was a business visitor to Or-
j lando today. Orlando Reporter-Star.
Miss Caroline Harriss leaves today
for Gainesville for a short visit toj
dance to be given there tonight.
While in Gainesville she will be the
guest of Mrs. J. D. Stringfellow.
Mullet and sea trout received fresh
each day at the Delicatessen Market,
opposite fire station. 22-5t
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor In the city.
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Its superior quality meets every
baking need. Gives muffins, biscuits and
everything you use baking powder with a goodness
you probably never knew existed.
Moderate in cost certain in results most
economical baking powder to use when you want to
practice real economy. St. .p taking chances of waste and fail failures.
ures. failures. Use a high grade baking powder at ar moderate price.
Used in the U. S. Army and Navy. Made
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You u ill find this a
valuable addition to
your collection of
recipes cut it out
and paste it in your
reference book for
Tfis Law Says 16-oz, fo a Pound
Vhen you buy a pound of Calumet you get a full
pound 16-oz. Some high priced baking powders are
now being put on the market in 12-oz. cans instead o a
pound. Be sure you are getting a pound when you want it. No
short weights with Calumet.
The Temple will have a big Friday!
night show tonight. The feature will
be Tom Moore in "Just for Tonight,"
beside Mutt and Jeff and the Inter International
national International News.
Large supply of Velvet Beans and
Chyfas now on hand. The Ocala
Seed Store. 7-11-19
Mr. G. W. Chace, treasurer of the
Phoslime Company, expects to soon
leave for his home in Boston for the
summer. Mr. Chace has made many
friends in Ocala, and they hope to iee
him return next autumn.
Films for all makes of roll cam cameras
eras cameras at the Anti-Monopoly Drug
Ladies, your special attention is
called to the advertisement of B.
Goldman in today's paper. This is a
real opportunity to get just what you
want at prices that are not being du duplicated
plicated duplicated elsewhere. "Why Pay More?"
Col. and Mrs. R. B. Kyle were ex expected
pected expected to pass through Ocala today on
their way home from Clearwater and
Tampa, where they have been spend spending
ing spending the winter, to their home in Gads Gadsden,
den, Gadsden, Ala. Col. and Mrs. Kyle are well
known in Ocala, having spent several
If you want a real bargain in a
used automobile, we got um. Auto
Sales Co. 23-6t
Mrs. Mary E. Cheek and daughter,
Miss Marie Laird, of Augusta, Ga.f
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry O.
Cole at their home on North Main
street. Mrs. Cheek is Mrs. Cole's
mother and for many years resided in
Ocala. Her many friends will be
pleased to learn that she will spend
several weeks in the city.
Mrs. H. S. Minshall and daughter,
Natalie, have returned home from a
very pleasant visit at Lakeland, Tam Tampa
pa Tampa and Clearwater. They went to
Lakeland especially to see Mr. Min Min-shalFs
shalFs Min-shalFs brother, woh has just purchas purchased
ed purchased a place in that city. While there
Mrs. Minshall and daughter were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Whythe Irvine.
A complete line all sizes of the
famous Seneca cameras. At the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 6t
Miss Sue Barco has just received a
cablegram from her brother, Sam
Barco, stating that he had left France
for the United States on April 12.
Mr. Barco, who was county judge of
Dade county when the war broke out,
has been in the judge advocate's of office
fice office of the army of occupation over overseas.
seas. overseas. He will come to Ocala on ac account
count account of his mother's condition.
No alterations, no returns or on ap approvals
provals approvals We only have a limited num number
ber number of these attractive modeled dresses
that we are offering at this extraordi extraordinary
nary extraordinary low prices.
No dresses will be sold until Monday
and it is a rare opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity of which you can avail
n&ememmfoeF tine Price
Aimdl tfflue Place
DESCRIPTION OF LAND
NAME OP OWNER
The Star is informed that a tank
went thru here last night, southbound,
on a special train on the Atlantic
Coast Line. It was probably the tank
which will tour this district, but ow
ing to the change in schedule noted
elsewhere it is impossible to tell what
point it would first stop at. A num number
ber number of our people saw the big war
machine, which bore the marks of
"Why Pay More?" when you can
get dresses at the prices named in B.
Goldman's announcement elsewhere in
today's paper. It
Kissing may have come down from
the dark ages, but the blondes are
not opposed to it. Toledo Blade.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stevens go to today
day today to Lakeland, to visit their sons,
Henry and Vernie Stevens, and fam families,
ilies, families, and to celebrate the sixty-first
anniversary of their wedding. Few
other couples have celebrated as many
wedding anniversaries and none have
walked more serenely and usefully
along the path of wedded life than
Mr. and Mrs. Stevens. While in Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland they will also celebrate the wed wedding
ding wedding anniversary of their eldest son,
Mr. I. V. Stevens, which takes place
on the 27th.
Plants That Grow in Craters.
In the crater of the extinct volcano,
Haliakalau, in the Hawaiian islands,
there flourishes a curious plant, local locally
ly locally known as "Silver Swords." They
are evidently some kind of cacti. Ef Efforts
forts Efforts to propagate them elsewhere
have, It is said, always failed. The
crater where they are found is a huge
cinder-strewn bowl, absolutely dry and
devoid of any other form of vegetation.
W. K. Lane, 31. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat, Law Library Building, Ocala,
in sw cor lot 84 Gary's Add
UTVa ft e and w by 112 ft n and
in ne cor lot 85 Gary's Add
79 ft e and w by 115V& f t n and
s in aw cor lot 86 Gary's Add
40 ft e and w by 115H ft n and
mm in se cor lot 86 Gary's Add
Com 135 ft w of ne cor lot 88
Gary's Add, w 45 ft s 112 ft e
45 ft n 112 ft
40 ft e and w by 112 ft n and
s in n w cor lot 89 Gary's Add
70 ft e and w by 112 ft n and
s in ne cor lot 92 Gary's Add
Com 135 ft w of se cor lot 100
Gary's Add w 90 ft s 112 ft e
90 ft n 112 ft
Lot 14 block 1 Lincoln Heights
Lots 8 9 10 11 12 13 block 3 Lin
Lots 12 3 block 5 Lincoln
Com 326 ft w of se cor lot 9
Scott's survey e 126 ft n 119
ft e 40 ft n 119 ft w 114 ft s
to p o b
60 ft e and w by 119 ft n and s
in ne cor lot 9 Scott s survey
Lot D blk 2 less 22 inches on n
end Ditto's Revised plat
152 ft e and w by 63V& ft n and
s In ne cor lot 1 B G Smith s
Com at sw cor lot 5 E G
Smith's Add e 177 ft n 139 ft;
w 40 ft n 138 ft w 43 ft s
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50 ft e and w by 100 ft n and s
in sw cor lot 6 E G. Smith's
Si lot 17 E. G. Smith's add
Ixt 47 Mitchell's Revised plat
Lot 23 Mitchell' Revised plat.
Lot 3 S J Green's Add
Lot 1 block 8 West End
Lots 10 12 block 8 West End..
Lot 2 block 30 West End
Lots 18 20 block 30 West End
lxt 9 block 2 Western Add
Lots 3 and 4 block 3 Wetsern
Lot 4 block 6 Western Add...
Lot 5 block 6 Western Add..
Lot 10 Reardon's Due West lots
Lots 1 3 5 7 9 block 53 Santa
Lot 22 block 55 Santa Maria
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112 ft s 40 ft
SeM lot 9 Cllne's Add
EVs lot 12 Cllne's Add
Swi4 lot 13 Cllne's Add
Lot 16 Cllne's Add
Lot 18 Cllne's Add
All except lots 1 and 2 of lot
19 Cllne's Add
Lots 24 25 Cline's Add
Lot 27 Cline's Add
Lot 15 Tucker Hill
Lots 12 13 14 block D Dunn's N
Lot 6 block E Dunn's N W Add
Lot 13 block E Dunn's N W
Lots 2 4 block I Dunn's N W
Lots 7 and 11 blk L Dunn's X
Lots 11 and 13 block T Dunn's
N W Add
Lot 19 block 1 range l.Goss add
SwU lot 4 block 3 range 1 Gosa
Lot 4 block 1 range 3 Goss add
N'4 of nwH lot 4 block S range
3 Goss Add
Ei lot 1 block 1 range 4 Goss
EH lot 2 block 1 range 4 Ooss
WU lot 2 block 1 range 4 Goss
WH lot 1 block 1 range 4 Goss
Lots 3 4 J R Biggs sub lot C
Lot 11 sub of lot 6
Met. R. and I Co.
Cornelia and Ruby Small
M. and B. Thomas
C. J. Phillips 12 30
J. H. Bonner 5 17
Levi Alexander 18 78
S. D. Stewart
w. J. Goodwin
O. W. Easterllng
Met R and I Co. ..
Gibbs Crumpton ..
v. uj wnioughby
J. J. Waters
J. G. Fulgeon
Alex Hughes .
J. J. Waters .
6. Simmons .
T. B. Brooks .
Mrs. B. Walker
C. P. Howell ...
Mrs. B. Walker
LS. IL Had ley ...
J. C. Boozer .
J. IL Hicks
IL C. Chambers
S. IL Hadley ..
A. E. GERIG
IL C. Chambers
C. J. Redding
C. M. LlTingiton
lArthur Parrlsh .,
Anna B darage
IL C. Chambers
a M. Llrlngston
Nancy Allen ....
kJoaeph Wesley ..
,T3en TVesley ....
fs. o. Wesley ....
Unknown 1 l 91
Unknown 1 61
Annie Marshall I 1 02
W. W .CLTATT.
City Tax Collector.
A REAL BARGAIN
A Velie touring car with starter
and battery; new tires and top. Car
in A-l shape. Price, $350. Come look
it over. Auto Sales Co. 23-t
Peptona, the Great Tonic tf
CHEVROLET AT A BARGAIN
A 1918 model Chevrolet touring car.
Just put in a new $40 battery. Car
looks like new and is in first class
mechanical, condition. A bargain; cash
or time, Maxwell-Chalmers Agency,
Ocala, Fla. t-
DIRECT FROM OUR ITSniJ
BOATS TO YOU!
Delicious fresh caught Dry
Salt Fish direct to the consumer
by prepaid parcel post or express
15 lbs. for $2.00
Special price on barrel lots
THE ST. GEORGE
St. George on the Gulf
EAT AT THE
GREEK-AMERICAN CAFE j
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Everything in the Market :
Best Iiomc Cooldr.rj
H. D. Baxter
114 S. Magnolia St., Next to
Clarkson Hardware Store.
F. W. DITTO
Local Agent for the
PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO.
About the new Life Policies novkx
wmg wnuen oy in is grand old
F. W. DITTO, GCALA.FLfU
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALM EES
PHONES 47, 101. SC3
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