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OGALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 103
LOAN HAS PASSED
According to Unofficial Report.,
Which Treasury Must Confirm
Washington, April 28. One billion
dollars had been subscribed today to
the Victory Loan, according to unof unofficial
ficial unofficial reports. It was considered
doubtful, however, that the official
figures which the treasury recognizes
would reach a billion dollars by to tonight.
night. tonight. OCALA HIGH SCHOOL
At the Colonial Hotel April 26, 1919,
8:30 P. M.
The senior class of this year has
more than usually been favored and
feted by parties and entertainments,
but none will -linger longer in the
memory of th s class, after they have
finished their school days in the
Ocala high school, than the banquet
which was tendered them by the junior
class Saturday night at the Colonial
The guests assembled in the parlors
of the hotel at 8:30 and after a short
interval of gieetings and interchange
of courtesies, with every now and
then a vigorous burst of sound which
penetrated the air and was immed immediately
iately immediately recognized as the junior class
yells, a line was formed, headed by
Mr. Fred Winer, toastmaster of the
occasion, followed by the officers of
. the senior class and the junior class,
'the faculty, the seniors and last the
hosts of the occasion, the juniors,
which marched into the dining room,
where the party found their places at
the table by the attractive hand hand-painted
painted hand-painted place, cards attached to the
glasses. The cards were decorated
with three white daisies, the class
. flower of the senior class, which were
intertwined in a scroll resign. The
table was placed in the large .dining
room in the form of ar"T." At the
hea dof the table was seated the
toastmaster, Mr. Fred Winer, who
filled his place most ably. At one end
of the cross of the T was placed Prof.
W. H. Cassels of the high schools, at
the other end was placed the president
of the senior class, Leonard Wesson,
and at the foot was seated Allen Hol Hol-linrake.
linrake. Hol-linrake. The remainder-of the fac faculty
ulty faculty and honor guests were placed in
The table was unusually attractive.
At the head of the table was a large
basket filled with white daisies, the
seenior class flower. In low bowls
placed at intervals over the table
were quantities of sweet peas, the
junior class flower, and along the
center of the table were sprays of
trailing- asparagus fern banked on
either side with sweet peas. The table
was lighted with soft glowing candles;
in crystal candlesticks. The hand handmade
made handmade shades cleverly carried out the
prevailing colors of the junior and
senior classes. The two opposite sides
of the green shades had been cut out
in the numerals 1919 and the other
two opposite sides has been cut out
in the letters O. H. S. These shades
were lined with gold and the lighted
candles beneath glowed forth with a
mellow light and brought forth in bold
relief the letters and numerals cut
out. The same idea was carried out
in the juniors colors, gold shades with
To assist us in our drive for the Victory Loan we have secured the service of one of our army tanks,
manned by Sergeant H. C. Dickinson of Mulberry, Florida, and Corporal E. J. Elliott of Detroit, Michigan,
both of whom served 19 months over-seas in the tank service, taking part in the battles of Cantigny, St.
Mihiel, and the Argonne Forest.
The tank will be in Ocala tomorrow, April 29, and there will be a field demonstration at the
Marion County fair grounds at three o'clock in the afternoon. "This will be a great opportunity for the
citizens of Marion County to see a tank under actual service conditions, manned by veterans, and it is
hoped that a large crowd will turn out.
T. T. Munroe
John L. Edwards
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LOSS OF THIRTEEfi
Launch of the Battleship Nevada
Sunk in the Hudson Early
New York, April 28. Thirteen sail
ors returning in a navy launch to the
battleship NeVfcda are reported by the
police to have been drowned when the
launch sank in the Hudson river this
morning. The police said in the ab absence
sence absence of an official statement by naval
autohrities they based their report on
information obtained from persons
who said they witnessed the sinking.
Witnesses declared he launch appar apparently
ently apparently collided with something just be
fore reaching the Nevada.
PARKED CARS PREVENT
CLEANING UP STREETS
Civic Committee of Board of Trade
Would Have Brick Streets Clear
Mr. Jake Brown, chairman of the
civic committee of the Board of Trade,
has taken up with Mayor. Chace the
difficulty of paving the brick streets
cleaned with parked automobiles
standing in the way. Cars parked
along the curbs prevent the sweeping
of the gutters. It is probable that an
ordinance will have to be passed to
remedy the situation. But in the
meantime, Mayor Chace has directed
the city marshal to do what he can to
have cars out of the way of the street
cleaning force after midnight.
white linings and the numerals 1920.
At either end at the top of the T were
placed large silver candelabra" with
lighted wax tapers..
On the table were four appropriate
symbolic figures, three kewpies, one
tied with fluffy tulle in. the junior col colors,
ors, colors, gold and green, another with the
senior colors, gold and white and a
.thud with the high school colors, black
and gold, while the fourth was a doll
garbed in the cap and gown of a stu student.
dent. student. The room was darkened ex except
cept except for the lighted candles on the
table. The shaded lights with the
beautiful flowers and perfectly ap appointed
pointed appointed table made a picture of un unusual
usual unusual beauty and attractiveness.
After finding their places and
while they were still standing, Mr.
Caassels offered a short prayer. The
seniors were gracefuly toasted by the
toastmaster and during the banquet
a previously arranged program was
carried out. All the, toasts were. good
and to the point. The regular program
was interspersed by several im impromptu
promptu impromptu speeches replete with wit
and repartee. One number especially
applauded was a musical ; number
given by Miss Porter and three of the
high school quartet. All during the
evening selections were played on a
Mr. Fred Winer won for himself
additional laurels when during the
course of the evening the junior
class was presented with the senior's
goat, "John Henry." He aptly replied
"that the juniors knew all along that
they had the seniors' goat, but they
didn't know that the seniors wanted it
The place cards were attractively
gotten up, t"he little poem in "Alice i
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
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SILVER SPBIIIGS WILL :
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At Instance of Board of Trade Coun Council
cil Council Decides Not to Cut off t
The city council has rescinded its
action concerning tthe cutting off of
Silver Springs from Ocala,""and the
bill prepared for introduction at th
present session of the legislature will
be withdrawn. This step was taken
by the council at a special session on
Saturday morning, called at the in instance
stance instance of the Marion County Board
of Trade; The Board of Trade had
received a communication from the
district engineer, Jacksonville, to the
effect that the appropriation for the
improvement of the Oklawaha might
be withdrawn by the secretary of war
unless municipal terminals be con constructed
structed constructed arid maintained by the city
open to the use of all.
SAM GOMPERS HURT
New York, April 28 Samuel
Gompers, injured in a collision be between
tween between an automobile and street car
here yesterday, was reported resting
comfortably this morning. It was
said his condition showed considerable
RAN OUT THE REDS
Helsingfors, April 28. A national
assembly has been formed at Olentz,
110 miles northeast of Petrograd,
where the Finns have driven out the
Bolsheviki. The town was captured,
according to reports, by volunteer
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TANK WILL BE
Let Everybody Come See the Great
Fighting Machine and Boost
" the Victory Loan
Ocala, Fla., April 28.
- Editor Star: Owing .to delay on. the
part of the authorities in shipping
army tanks from Atlanta, the date of
the exhibition to have been given here
on Friday, May 2nd, has been change
ea fo Tuesday, April 29th. Therefore,
we will have the public demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration on Tuesday, April 29th, at three
o'clock in the afternoon, at the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Fair grounds.
Gainesville and Leesburg, our
neighboring cities, have already gone
over the top in the fifth Liberty Loan,
and we must put in some hard work
to make our record clean in Ocala
and Marion county. Let all rally to
the support of the loan and turn out
for the tank exhibition en masse.
Yours very truly,
T. T. Munroe,
J. L. Edwards,
Marion Co. Liberty Loan Committee.
FIERCE STORM IN BRITAIN
London, April 28. Following a
period of perfect spring weather, one
of the worst storms in some time
raged over the British Isles last
night, covering the country with from
four to six inches of snow. Telegraph
and telephone. lines suffered severely,
and communication was cut off in
many directions. Communication with
the continent was interrupted. Marine
reports show that a few small ships
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MADE A FLYIIIG IP
FOR MARKET DAY
Posters were Distributed Through the
Northern Part of the County
On Saturday Mr: C. C. Balkcom, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mr." Louis H. Chazal,
secretary of the Marion County Board
of Trade, drove hi3 car on a flying
trip through the northern .part of the
county in the interest of the Market
Day, which is to be held in Ocala,
Tuesday, May 6. To everyone with
whom Mr. Balkcom and Mr. Chazal
talked the idea of the Market Day
made an instant appeal. If the inter interest
est interest and enthusiasm, which the an announcement
nouncement announcement of the Market Day arous aroused
ed aroused in the territory visited, is an in indication,
dication, indication, the Market Day is going to
be a big success.
Mr. Balkcom, who is a member of
the Market Tin
Board of Trade, and Mr. Chazal left
Ocala Saturday morning about nine
o'clock. They drove to Oak, and, in
the order named, to Anthony, Span,
Citra, back to Sparr, to Lowell, Red Red-dick,
dick, Red-dick, Orange Lake, Mcintosh,' Flem Flem-ington,
ington, Flem-ington, Irvine, Fairfield, Zuber and
Kendrick, arriving in Ocala about
G:30. In each town visited posters
were placed, .announcing Market Day,
and the purpose of the day explained
to the merchants or some one else. In
some places Mr. Balkcom and Mr.
Chaazl remained as long as a half
hour or more. That such a trip was
possible is due to Marion county's
The rest of the county is to be cov covered
ered covered in a like manner by Mr. Balkcom
or by other members of the Market
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TD THE BAR
Germany's Arch Assassin and Rival
of Herod May Yet be Brought
Washington, April 28. New ar articles
ticles articles proposed for insertion in the
peace treaty to be considered at the.
plenary session of the peace confer
ence today, the state department an announces,
nounces, announces, include one declaring allied
and associated powers shall public publicly
ly publicly arraign William Hohenzollern "not
for an offense against any criminal
law but for a supreme offense against
constitutional morality and sanctity
A proposed special tribunal will be
constituted to try fhe accused, con consisting
sisting consisting of five judges, one each ap appointed
pointed appointed by the United States, Great
Britain, France, Italy and Japan, and
the. allied and associated powers will
request that Holland surrender' the
former emperor for trial.
HE WILL NOT BE ALONE
Persons accused of violation of the
laws and customs of war, according to
the second proposed article, will be
brought before the military tribunal
and if found guilty will be "sentenced
to punishments laid down by military
All persons accused of having com committed
mitted committed an act in violation of the laws
and customs, who are specified "either
by name or by rank, office or employ employment
ment employment which they hold under the Ger German
man German authorities," will be 'demanded
cf the German government for trial
by a military tribunal of the power
against who the criminal act were
Article four declares that the Ger
man government will undertake to
furnish all documents and information
of every kind, the production of which
may be considered necessary to insure
a full knowledge of the criminal acts,
discovery of the offenders and a just
appreciation of responsibility.
ALL ON ONE SIDE
Paris, April 28. The report, of the
economic commission of the peace
conference, the Echo de Paris says,
contains clauses for insertion in the
peace treaty providing that Germany
shall give the allied and associated
nations treatment of the most favored
nations without any reciprocity.
FRENCH nAVE NO FEAR
Paris," April 28.- The French gov government
ernment government has no fear of serious mani manifestations
festations manifestations May 1st, which is the date
th. labor unions have, declared a gen general
eral general holiday, it is learned from an an-k
Paris, April 23. -The newspapers
report that Salvatore Barzilai, a mem member
ber member of the Italian peace delegation,
declare he didn't intend to return to
Paris. He left Paris Friday with
PAGE GOING TO PARIS
Rome, April 28. Thomas Nelson
Page, American ambassador to Italy,
has left Rome for Paris. -
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Electros must be mounted, or charge
will be made for mounting.
iwo years ago, Admiral von
Capelle, a high official of the German
government, confidently announced
that the submarines would sooii
starve out England and the war would
end in a German victory.
Saturday a year ago was a gloomy
day for the Allies on the western
front. The Huns took Kemmel Hill,
a little band of French troops holding
the crest until every man died in his
place.. Allied counter attacks east of
Hangard failed, and nearly ten thou
sand prisoners were taken by the en
emy. ... t -
A year ago Sunday, came the news
.f the promotion of Olaf Zewadski to
first lieutenant, also that eleven Am
ericans serving in the French as
bulance corps had been given the
war cross for gaallantry. On that
day, the Allies held the Germans at
Thennes and made slight gains on
other parts of the line.
A 'year ago today, after a terrific
struggle on the Ypres front, in which
British, French and Belgians took
part, the Huns sustained a bloody re repulse.
pulse. repulse. They were so severely punish punished
ed punished that they never tried on that part
of the line again. The dispatch to the
btar announcing this great victory
was read at the entertainment of
"Peter Pan" at the Temple that night,
and broughi the greatest joy to the
Italyhad less assistance from the
outside than any Allied nation, could
have had better terms from Germany
than from the Allies, risked ten times
as much as the United States by go
ring into the war and lost ten times as
many men. rom the day they went
' into the war until atfer their defeat
by the combined German and Aus
trian armies two and a half years
later, the Italians not only fought
their own battle but saved what was
left of the Serbian army, and by their
powerful offensive in May, 1916, en enabled
abled enabled the Russians to make the at attack
tack attack on. the eastern front that para paralyzed
lyzed paralyzed Austria for the time being and
drew so many Germans from France
that the British and French were en
abled to make their successful off en
size on the Somme. When the Ital
ians were defeated on the Isonzo in
the autumn, they had but little Allied
help. Two or three divisions of
French, a couple of brigades of Brit-
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MICKY IS THE STAR'S DEVIL
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ish and a single American regiment,
altogether less than forty thousand
men, was all that could be spared
them. In return, they sent to the
western front, to help meet the great
German offensive of last spring and
glimmer, between two and three hun hundred
dred hundred thousand men. They had more
experienced soldiers on that front
last June, when the great struggle
between Soissons and Rheims began,
than America had. And more than all
was their crushing defeat 'of the Aus Aus-trians
trians Aus-trians last October, compelling Aus Austria
tria Austria to surrender and .isolating Ger Germany.
many. Germany. They, have won all they claim,
their claims, alongside those of
Poland and Rumania, are mild, and it
is sheer ingratitujje on the part of
Amencaa nd the Allies to dispute
VIRGIL G, RANDALL
Marion county has lost another
gallant boy, Virgil G. Randall, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Randall of Connor.
He was among the first of our select
ed men" to go, leaving for Camp Jack Jackson
son Jackson with the contingent in October,
1917. He passed safely thru the dan
gers of war, only to be killed on his
way home. The troop train on which
he "and his comrades were traveling
toward Brest, where they would have
boarded a transport for America, was
wrecked Saturday. Private Randall
and four other Florida boys were kill
ed, among them John P. Davidson of
Trilby, also known in our city.
Our people join in sorrow with Mr.
and Mrs. Randall for the death of
their brave and patriotic son.
One of the first and sharpest of
President Wilson's fourteen points is
against secret treaties. Yet the gath
ering at Paris has been one of the
most star chamber of international
gatherings. The press has been com
pletely gagged and the diplomats
have given out only what hey thought
the people should know. Even in the
last few days, that a break seems,
imminent with Italy, we know little
more than that the Italian premier
has gone home. Saturday's dispatches
said that Lloyd George and Clemen Clemen-ceau
ceau Clemen-ceau were in favor of Italy, Sunday's
said they were in favor of Wilson. If
the Allied nations had turned the job
of making peace over to Foch, Persh Pershing,
ing, Pershing, Haig and Diaz, they would have
sat down around a table a day or so
after the armistice began and made a
much more satisfactory treaty in six
hours than the diplomats have made
in six months.
Federal Judge Kennesaw Mountain
Landis, in a decision at Chicago Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, seems to have put a crimp in
Postmaster Burleson's "powers. He
ruled that the postmaster general
could not increase interstate wire
rates. He said he would dissolve the
temporary injunction restraining the
attorney general of Illinois from in interfering
terfering interfering from the imposition of the
higher rates. Judge Landis said that
in his opinion it was the intention of
Congress merely to give the president
power to operate the wires as a na national
tional national unit, but not to delegate to him
the ratemaking power.
Lenoir county, N. C, with 30,000
population (same as our county) and
with $15,000,000 tax valuation (which
would probably be ours if everything
was assessed), has bonded for $2,000, $2,000,-000
000 $2,000,-000 for good roads. It takes two ox
or three times as much to build roads
in that mountain country as it does in
Elsewher we print a' Tallahassee
dispatch to the Tampa Times, telling
of the tangle-of state board of health
affairs. The board of health is a very
useful body if properly conducted, but
politics and favoritism crippled it,
and may cause the legislature to
greatly reduce its resources and cur curtail
tail curtail its work. The Times correspond correspondent
ent correspondent seems to have outlined the situa situation
tion situation correctly.
The war on Burleson continues
fiercely. The New York World has
opened on him with its heavy artillery
and Samuel Gompers says he must
walk the plank. We don't know
whether its Burleson's fault or not,
but half a dozen years ago the effic efficiency
iency efficiency of the U. S. mail service was
the boast of the American press. Now
it is its laughing stock.
The bankers of the state at their
meeting in Jacksonville last week
elected Forrest Lake of Sanford pres president
ident president and G. C. Ware of Leesburg sec secretary
retary secretary for this year. The next meet meeting
ing meeting will be held at Miami. Ocala was
represented by Messrs. Walter Ray,
H. D. Stokes, J. M. Thomas and
Gov. Catts has ordered the St.
Johns County Home Guards, about
one hundred strong, to go to Lake
City, to protect three men charged
with the murder of Mrs. Wiley Koons.
The legislature has provided inoney
to defray the expense. The trial be begins
gins begins today.
Attorney General Palmer says Mr.
Wilson can have a third term if he
wants it. Well bet he doesn't want it.
President Wilson may decide to
"let George do it,"
FOR THE WEEK
Today: May Atkinson in "In for
Thursday: Sessue Hayawaka in
The City of Dim Faces.'
Friday: Rex Beach in "Laughing
FIGHT ON FRECKER
President State Board of Health
Charged with Using Office for
Tallahassee, April 25. With the
passage of a resolution demanding an
accounting of expenditure by the state
board of health, the senate has open opened
ed opened up what might develop into one of
the most interesting situations grow growing
ing growing out of the convention of the pres present
ent present assembly.
For a long time it has been known
that alt was not what it should be
with regards the state board of health
and the health officer, Dr. J. H. Cox,
of Brooksville. That the senate in inquiry
quiry inquiry might develop something in this
connection is not at all improbable.
It is said that the health board has
taken unto itself the entire responsi responsibility
bility responsibility of the health department, leav leaving
ing leaving the health officer almost powerless
to initiate anything. Friends of Dr.
Cox assert that he is not even con consulted
sulted consulted in the mater of appointment of
men who are expected to serve under
him and who are expected to co-operate
in making his administration a
success. It is declared that the min-i
utes of many meetings of the board
will show that the members have
failed to consult Dr. Cox on a single
question in deciding action on this or
The state board of health is headed
by Charles Frecker of Tampa, and
it is charged that as head of the state
body he has caused to be brought to
Tampa at least two departments of
the health work which by all means
should be at Jacksonville, where the
headquarters of the health board are
located by statute.
It is further charged by friends of
Dr. Cox that the health board is lit little
tle little less than a political organization,
meeting upon the merest pretext of
an excuse. It is pointed out that the
present board has held more meet meetings
ings meetings in its less than two years of ex existence
istence existence than the previous board of
health held in six years.
By'constitutional provision there is
what is known as a one-mill tax for
health purposes and this fund is di directed
rected directed by the state board. The senate
desires a detailed accounting of how
this money is being spent.
SCHOOL PICNIC AT NORTH LAKE
Saturday was a model Florida day
at Lake. Weir and the Belleview and
Oklawaha schools having closed on
Friday it was agreed to have a union
picnic at Mr. C. E. Connor's beauti beautiful
ful beautiful place at North Lake.
The teachers and trustees and many
patrons with the pupils of the two
schools met on the grounds rising
from the lake among the trees and
enjoyed neighborly chatting with the
young people bathing at the beach
and the children engaging in various
racing contests. The racing was un under
der under the management of Mr. 'French
and Mr. Armstrong of Belleview and
it was a very enlivening feature.
Some enjoyed boating.
After the racing came the dinner
and it was all that could have beea
thought of for an occasion of this
After dinner Mr. Freeman Hames
of the U. S. Signal Corps, just return returned
ed returned from "over there," was prevailed
upon to give a talk of reminiscences
and impressions from his experiences
in the famous 27th Division that was
at the breaking of the Hindenburg
line. It was intensely interesting
and many questions were asked any
many things of interest discussed in
the freest manner and the audience
felt under obligations to the young
soldier for his entertaining, state statements.
The last contest of the day was a
scratching for money by the very
small children on a mound of sand
in which twenty pennies and a dime
had been hidden in such manner as to
require careful scratching in the sand
to find. .The little tots entered into
the game with eager effort and it was
Among those from Ocala were Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Brinson and son James,
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, Mrs. W. L. Col Colbert
bert Colbert and son Turney, and the banks
having a holiday, Miss Ruby Capple Capple-man
man Capple-man of the Ocala Rational and Miss
Dodd of the Commercial and Miss
Ida May Gray, one of .the high school
teachers, were present.
Altogether it was a beautiful day,
a beautiful place, a most hospitable
feeling prevailed and a pleasant time
ADAMS VILLE PICNIC
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.
FIRE IN GREENVILLE
Greenville, S. C, April 26. Fire of
unknown origin destroyed the Colo Colonial
nial Colonial Apartments today. The damage
is estimated at $200,000. There were
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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 are paying elsewhere.
Make Your Selections arid Bring f lie List
Gold Medal 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. . .12c
Cracked Rice, per lb ,...8c
Black Eye Peas, per lb 8c
Navy Beans, per lb 12 c
Lima Beans, per lb. .. 12c
Irish Potatoes per lb. . .4c
Sweet Potatoes, peck 30c
SUGAR per pound 10c
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 $1.95
3-lb. Bucket Crisco 98c
1-lb. Bucket Crisco ....48c
1-lb. Bucket Crisco .32c,
Wesson's Oil, quart ...68c
Wesson's Oil, pint 37c
Pompien Olive Oil, pint... 75c
Pompien Olive Oil, -pint 39c
Hirsch's Olive Oil, per bottle 30c
Heinz's Olive Oil, per bottle 32c
Apple Vinegar, per gallon ..50c
Heinz's Vinegar, Vz -gallon bottle 55c
Heinz's Vinegar, qt. bottle 33c
Heinz's Vinegar, pint bottle 18c
White House Vinegar, gallon. .. .82c
White House Vinegar, Vz -gallon. .45c
White House Coffee, lb .45c
The above is only a partial list, as we cannot, ndmc every everything,
thing, everything, but the sanie reductions prevail on all kinds of
STAPLE A(1D FARCY GROCERIES, GRAII1 AIID STOCK FEED
All Orders of Over
Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAtf
2:50 am. J'cksonvIlle-XewYork 2:50 am.
l:Upm. Jacksonville ,3:21pm.
4:07 pm. Jacksonville 5:10 p.m
2:50 a.m) Manatee V 2:50 am.
( St. Petersburg )
3:2$ pm. Tampa-Manatee 1:41pm.
5:10 pm. Tampa-St. Petersburg 4:07 pm.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 pm J'cksonvllle-New York 3:15 am.
2:20 pm. J'ksonville-G'inesvllle 3:35 pin.
1:42 am. J'ksonville-G'nesvill 10:13 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pet'sbrg-Lalceland 2:12 am.
Il35 pm. St. Pet'sbrg-Lakeland -2:00 pa.
7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wllcox
7.40 am. Du'nellon-L.'keland 11:03 pm.
3.25 pm. Homosa&sa 1:45 pm.
10:13 pm. Leesburgr 6:42 an.
4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am.
Monday, Wednesday. Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.
House dresses in Ginghams and
Percales, 98c and $1.39. B. Goldman. 3
EAT AT THE
A la CARTE SERVICE
Everything In Ihc Markcl
Best Dome Cooking
C Jeff ers
H. D. Baxter
114 S. Magnolia St., Next to
Clarkson Hardware Store
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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, U-lb. package 24c
White House Tea, 4 -lb package.. 20c
White House Tea, 1-oz. package 9c
Tetleys Teas (yellow and green)
per paackage 19c
Banquet Tea, 44 -lb. package 23c
Eanquet Tea, 2-oz. package 9c
Jumbo Ground Black Pepper
in glass ...Il2c
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 4c
P. '& G. Soap, per cake ....7c
Cleaneasy Soap, per cake......... 6c
Fels Naptha Scap, per cake 7c
Grandma Washing Powder. . .4c
Gohi Dust Washing Powder 4c
Lighthouse Washing Powder. .. .4c
Star Washing Powder 4c
Quaker pats, package.. ....... 12 c
Kellog's Corn Flakes, package. . .14c
Mother's Crushed Oats 2 for 25c
Kellogg's Krumbles, package.. .12 c
Post Toasties, package. 13 c
Kellogg's Bran, paackage 15c
Rolled Oats, package 12 c
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...-. 17c
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
WHliams' 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,
Armour's Mince Meat in
buckets, 1-lbs 40c
Armour's Mince Meat, 10-oz pkg..llc
Gold Bar Mine Meat, 9-0z pkg. ...11c
Macaroni, 10c. size 8c
51.00 Worth Delivered Anywhere In the City.
"'" inill' ., ,i,liniii,.i,lirn.i mm, ,,.. .,, ir , .,,,,,& i.
A xnoney-calcer and hard work EarerT or i&sd desrers &nd Tood-csttir
contractors. Ona man can core it
Ilandreds tsnst til ovtrtls U.S. wbea cot
ra mill feed a&Us, feed eutttn, praps, ata.
r& i"- -r f. ii ml Jjl. L- J J
Aseries wist Vsrn nor
wood for foeL Qmm Wade
uill 4.9 it tsea's work at
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KSOW- 1ARDWARE Cfl
Distributors for Marion, levy, Sumter and Citrns Counties.
Ocala - - Florida
WHITE STAR LINE
TRANSFER M STORAGE
Spaghetti, 10c. size 8c
Koko Toilet Paper, package. ..... .5c
Velvet Toilet Paper, package .8c
Wild West Toilet Paper 6 for 25c
EoiMen's Eagle Milk, 15-Oz. 23c
Dime Brand Milk 16c
Libby's Milk :...15c
Van Camp's Tall can Cream..... 13c
Van Camp's Baby can Cream 6c
Carnation, baby can .............7c
Carnation, tall can 15c
Borden's Coffee, with Milk
Sugar, 14-0z. can : 38c
Spuaghetti in cans. No. l........llc
Spinach, in cans, No. 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 4c
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
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frora cut to cat. Bimpla aad reHibls.
lams for vtod frogg, the IL P, pctor wtl
f J 17 Fl E W
REBUILDING TIRES BY VULCANIZING
I the cheapest and most
effective 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
It ft on which to rebuilo,
and most tires and tubes
are in this class. Start to
THE UNIVERSAL CAK
Ford cars are more useful todaylhan
ever before; a necessity in village, town
city and country; the utility of farmer,
merchant, contractor, salesman, doc doctor,
tor, doctor, clergyman; a profitable factor in
the life of the nation. Runabout, $500;
Touring Car, $525; One Ton Truck
Chassis, $550; Coupe, $650; Sedan, $775
these prices -f. o. b. Detroit. We can
get but a limited quantity. Please
give us your order at once as first
come will get first delivery.
Ocala - Florida.
0 CZZ3 0 GSO
ftj Flavor for J 5 1
(njLL sealed air-tight and
impurity-proot in the vvaK vvaK-j
j vvaK-j wrapped, safety packages.
JP i Be sure to get I
) A because it is supreme
u in quality i
GOOD NEWS FROM
If you have any society items,
please phone One-Two-One (121).
There will be a great community
sing, to aid the Victory Loan, at the
Temple next Sunday afternoon. Let
all tune their voices up and be present..
Mr. W. T. Gary, after almost a
year's faithful service for the Y. M.
C. A. in France, and an absence from
Ocala of about fourteen months, is
expected home on this afternoon's A.
C. L. train. The whole town will be
glad to see Will.
Gingham and Percale house dresses
98c and $1.39. B. Goldman. 3t
Mrs. Bernard Blair and little daugh
ter Elizabeth, of Lemon City, are
visiting friends in the city. Mrs.
Blair is well known in Ocala as Miss
Fern Bell and her friends are delight delighted
ed delighted to have her with them again.
If you want a real bargain in a
used automobile, we got um. AutdJ
sales uo. Z3-6t
The following telegram from Mrs.
Emily Green, in New York, was re received
ceived received in this city yesterday:
New York, April 27. Edward is
looking fine. He is in good spirits
and will walk all right in time. He is
very weak yet, but no limbs are
Mr. J. W. Williams, who has been
visiting his son, Mr. H. C. Williamb
and family, has returned to his home
Large supply of Velvet Beans and
Chufas now on hand.- The Ocala
Seed Store. 7-11-19
. Mrs. G. S. Scott and Mrs. John
Taylor, who have been spending this
past week in Atlanta, attending grand
opera, have gpne to Birmingham for
a visit with their son and brother, Mr.
Laurie Scott and family before re returning
turning returning home.
Mrs. J. A. Bouvier has gone to
Jacksonville, where she will visit her
husband for about two weeks.
Large supply of Velvet Beans and
Chufas now on hand. The Ocala
Seed Store. 7-11-19
Mr. R. A. Burford, one of the
Ocalans who was in Atlanta for grand
opera week, returned home Saturday.
What dessert more appeals to the
children or grown-ups as well than
ice cream that is right. Order a brick
from us. The Court Pharmacy. 26-3t
Mr. and Mrs. Driver of Citra motor motored
ed motored to Ocala yesterday to see Mrs.
Driver's sister, Mrs. Paul Edwards of
Inverness who has been visiting Mrs.
Annie M. Ferry..
Mr. H. C. Williams' sister, Mrs. J.
E. Purveville of Gainesville and Mrs.
B. E. Dinkins and children of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, were the attractive guests
of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Williams yes
Let us send you a Brick of Ice
Cream for your Sunday dinner. The
Court Pharmacy. 26-3t
Mrs. B..F. Condon and little daugh
ters, Ruby Anna and Frances Rosalie,
returned yesterday afternoon from a
short visit to Mrs. Condon's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Condon at North
Mrs. Rae Berlin left Saturday for
Atlanta. After a short stay there,
she will go to Rochester, Minn., for
medical advice and treatment under
the celebrated Mayo brothers.
Mrs. Paul Edwards, ,pf Inverness,
who for the past week has been the
guest of Mrs A. M. Perry, returned
to her home yesterday.
The friends of Miss Louise Moody,
who is visiting her brother in Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, will be glad to know that she
has successfully withstood an open
tian for appendicitis and is doing
nicely, and hopes soon to be restored
to health again.
Dr. G. A. H. Edmiston, who has
b.een located in this city for the past
year, as hog cholera expert for the
U. S. bureau of animal industry, has
located permanently in Ocala to prac practice
tice practice veterinary medicine and surgery.
His office is at the Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore. Dr. Edmiston comes well
recommended as a veterinarian, hav having
ing having been five years assistant state
veterinarian of South Dakota before
entering the government service, and
his wide experience with the many
diseases of the prairies fits him well
for Florida. The doctor's family have
learned to love Ocala, and decided to
buy a home here and locate perma permanently.
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
The Southeastern Iron & Metal Co.
of Atlanta, Ga., has opened a branch
office 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 automobiles
biles automobiles and machinery, rags, rubber and
metals. Write, wire or phone us what
you have. Our trucks will call any anywhere
where anywhere within a radius of ten miles of
Southeastern Iron & Metal Co
21-tf Phone 167.
A special to the Tampa Tribune
from Atlanta says of- Ocalans in at attendance
tendance attendance on grand opera in Atlanta:
"Among the Ocala people seen by the
Tribune representative between the
acts were Misses Mary and Agnes
Burford, the former lovely in an eve evening
ning evening gown of pale blue satin and the
latter radiantly pretty in pale pink
satin embroidered in gold figures -t
Mrs. H. M. Hampton in black satin
and tulle; Mr. W. D. Taylor, Miss El Ellen
len Ellen Stripling, pretty as a picture in a
tcupe satin frock, Mrs. G. S. Scott,
Mrs. J. H. Taylor. Miss Mamie Tav-
lor and Lieut, and Mrs. C. H. Lloyd.
While sitting on the veranda of one
of the hotels late Sunday afternoon
the correspondent had the pleasure of
seeing several former Ocala people,
among the number being Dr. B. B.
Todd and his beautiful young bride of
a few months. Young Mrs. Todd is a
strikingly attractive woman. She has
just returned to Atlanta from a short
trip to California, where she visited
her parents who are there for the
spring. We also had the pleasure of
seeing Rev. and Mrs. Richard Dodge
and their pretty little daughter, Eliz Elizabeth,
abeth, Elizabeth, who have been living here for
about Six months. Mrs. J. B. Horrell,
now of Rockmart, Ga., and her sister,
Miss Josephine Williams, are over
for a few days' visit for the opera,
and are with their sister, Mrs. R. S.
Hall at the Ansley. R. A. Burford Sr.,
of Ocala, who arrived Monday for a
visit of a few days with his son, R.
A. Burford Jr., and family, attended
the opera on Tuesday. Among the
other Ocala people at the opening
opera on Monday night and again at
"Faust" were Reginald MacKay and
his little sister, Miss Annie MacKay.
The fame of the beauty of the belles
and debutantes of Atlanta has long
since become an accepted fact. But
a searching scrutiny of many of the
Atlanta beauties in the boxes and
other parts of the audience has re revealed
vealed revealed the fact that none of them can
compare with the fresh young beauty
of Miss Agnes Burford and Miss El Ellen
len Ellen Stripling of Ocala, who are de decidedly
cidedly decidedly two of the prettiest younger
girls in the vast audiences attending'
the opera this week. They will both
return to their colleges at the end of
the week, the former to Lynchburg,
Va., the latter to Brenau at Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, Ga., carrying with them for
their "memory jewel caskets" mem memories
ories memories that will be as beautiful to them
to remember in the years to come, as
were the beautiful jewels given by
Faust to Marguerite."
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and Er.lB ALTERS
No charge for delivery of caskets anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JR,
Licensed Embalm ers
Office Phone 10 Night Phones 225 or 423
The Star will pay five dollars for
evidence sufficient to warrant the ar arrest
rest arrest of any person who takes a copy
of the Evening Star from the prem premises
ises premises of any of our subscribers with without
out without the owner's consent.
Peptona, the Great Tonic tf
j ON j
I Let us quote you 'prices J
on a Monument or Head-
; stone to mark the last rest- ;
Ing place of your loved I
: GARBLE OR GRAHITE. ? ;
I OCALA MARBLE WORKS i
, E. W. LEAVENGOOD. Mgr. I
Z N. Magnolia SL J
! OCALA. FLORIDA.
THIRTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN THE BUSINESS.
J. W. HUNTE1
GUN AND LOCKSMITH
GUNS, REVOLVERS, PISTOLS, LOCKS, LAWN MOWERS, UM-
BRELLAS, ETC., REPAIRED.
SAWS AND SCISSORS
We Buy and Sell All Kinds of Second Hand Articles. Only Ex Ex-elusive
elusive Ex-elusive Second Hand Store in Town.
301 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Real vs. Fa?se 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 doirsr full duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it iy lulls on you all the
remainder of the season.
OCALA ICE AND PACKING COMPANY
We are now prepared to send you
Brick Ice Cream in any quantity. The
Court Pharmacy. 26-3t
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
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 is sold in Ocala at Gerigi
Drug Stnre at one dollar per bottle, tf
frI'' i. ; i' j 1 1 ijkJj' I '"'ill. S
mJ iii Ji i '4
The National Orange Drink
BANISH that scorching thirst joy joy-.
. joy-. fully, completely with refresh refreshing,
ing, refreshing, delicious Orange-Crush.
Brimful of the full flavor of the natur natur-al
al natur-al orange, delightfully carbonated, Or-ange-Crush
is the perfect thirst-quencher.
Its champagne glow its refresh-
5 cents the bottle.
ing zest make irresistible appeal.
Try Orange-Crush today. You'll like
it immensely. We especially re recommend
commend recommend Orange-Crush for the home.
Our modern bottling establishment
guards tne purity of Orange-Crush.
Order a case today. Obtainable
wherever sot drinks are sold.
Less by the case.
cailsi Coca-Cola BoHtHiiicjj WoeEss
OCA LA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1919
DAILY HEALTH TALKS
What Doctor Pierce Has
Hone For Humanity 7
BY DOCTOR CRIPPSL
It hits always 'seemed to me that
Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., should b
placed near the top when a list of
America's great benefactors is written.
He studied and-conquered human dis diseases
eases diseases to a degree that few realize.
Whenever be found a remedy that over overcame
came overcame disease, he St once announced it
in the newspapers and told where it
could be bought at a small price. He
did not follow the usual custom of
keeping the ingredients secret, so that
the rich only could afford to buy the"
medicine, but openly printed the name
of each root and herb he used. And
so to-day the namea of Dr. Pierce and
his medicines are widely known, and
they stand for better health and better
One of this great physician's most
successful remedies is known as Doctor
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. These are
little, sugar-coated pills, composed of
t lay apple, leaves of aloe, root of jalap jalap-things
things jalap-things that Nature grows in the ground.
These Pellets are safe because they
move the bowels gently, leaving no bad
after-effects, as bo many pills do.
i ii i
. very oiteu laey mute a perst-;! wuu
takes them feel like a dc; man or
woman, for they cleanse the. intestines
of hard, decayed and poisonous matter
that accumulates when one is costive.
If you are constipated, by all means
go to your druggist and get some of
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They
may prove to be the very thing your
system requires to make you well and
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six. line maximum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c: six times
75c; one hionth $3. Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance. WANTED-Working housekeeper.
$35 per month, room and board. Work
light, small family. Address Box 259,
Ocala, Fla. 28-2t
WHY PAY 75c. for indispensable of of-'fice
'fice of-'fice household article when you can
make for third cost? Don't delay;
answer now. WILLIAMS, Box 1123,
Jacksonville, Fla. It
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
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-lm
FOR TRADE Farm of 40 acres in
Baldwin county, Alabama, near the
town of Foley. Twenty or more acres
J eared and stumped; no waste land.
Good six-room house, 1 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 Ford
roadster in good shape for $175
cash. Auto Sales Company.. Mack
Taylor. Phone 348. 22-6t
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 gtar 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 Five room cottage near
primary and high schools; good
neighborhood; all modern conven conveniences,
iences, conveniences, including bath room, garage,
also garden space. Apply to C. M.
Livingston, Ocala, Fla. 17-tf
WO OD An honest load of wood can
be had by phoning Smoak's Wood
Yard, phone 146. tf
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. Lanier and H. C. Williams. 8-lm
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD
The Star will pay five dollars for
evidence sufficient to warrant the ar arrest
rest arrest of any person who takes ;a copy
of the Evening Star from the prem premises
ises premises of any of our subscribers with without
out without the owner's consent. v
Mr. Max Israelson is the proud
possessor of a new Overland car,
which he is learning to drive.
Mss Idabelle Clayton returned to today
day today from a very pleasant visit to her
sister, Mrs. Ivan Lanier, in Fort Lau Lauderdale.
Th firn alarm at noon todav was
causea uy ine Darning ox a pauzu ox
grass in a yard near the primary
school. No damage.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Phelps are re receiving
ceiving receiving congratulations oh a fine son
who was born to them Friday, April
25th. The young man has been named
We had a brief talk with Will Gary
over the phone a few minutes ago. He
said he had been in six countries
since he left, but in and around Ocala
The Daughters of the Confederacy
most beautifully decorated the Con Confederate
federate Confederate monument Friday afternoon,
and the flowers remained fresh and
pretty all day Saturday.
Mrs. R. A. Burford, who went to
Atlanta last week, expects to accom accompany
pany accompany Miss Agnes Burford to Lynch Lynchburg,
burg, Lynchburg, Va., where she is a student at
j Randolph-Macon College.
If any of the soldier boys want to
know anything about war risk insur-
ance, they can't do any better than to
i go see their comrade, Lieut. Norton
P. Davis, who has studied the subject
out at first hand.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Leville Sr. of
Dade City arrived in Ocala Saturday
to spend until tomorrow at the home
of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs.
M. H. Leville. Jr., who are making
their home in the city with Mrs. B. T.
Rev. and Mrs. L. H. Kirby are ex expected
pected expected home this afternoon after a
brief visit to the .lake, where Rev.
Kirkby went yesterday afternoon to
hold church in the Episcopal church
at Woodmar and to administer the
Don't forget that Charlie Chap Chaplain,
lain, Chaplain, the unexcellibly funny man, will
be at the Temple tonight. Also that
pretty May Allison will present "In
for Thirty Days." All be sure to go
and see what Mary was in for. Car Car-mel
mel Car-mel Myers was the star in Saturday's
picture, and it was conceded that
"Who Will Marry Me" was her best
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Martin have
rented the house recently purchased
by Mr. Henry Sistrunk from Mrs.
Mazie Lyles and which has just been
completely 'renovated and painted.
Mr. Martin is superintendent of the
light and water plant and has been
living on South Fourth street. Mr.
and Mrs. Martin expect to move
about the first of the month.
The many friends of Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Jackson will be delighted to
learn that after nearly a year's ab absence
sence absence in Atlanta she is expected to
arrive in Ocala about the middle of
May to remain. She has accepted a
position in the Munroe & Chambliss
National Bank. Miss Jackson will be
accompanied by Miss Nettie Johnson,
who will be the guest of Mrs. Peter
Mr. Peter Mackintosh, a well known
angler of piscatorial fame, has added
to his laurels by catching a saurian
of the deep, otherwise known as an
alligator, from Lake Weir, which he
caught with rod and reel. The prize
is about three and a half feet long
and now suns itself in the back yard
of Mr. Mackintoshs' home, where it is
being displayed with great pleasure
and satisfaction by Mr. Mackintosh
to his many friends.,
Burbank, April 23. Miss Ruth
Chaffee who is attending the Ocala
high school, spent the week end here
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Mrs. Taylor and her guest, Mrs.
Barnes, visited Silver Springs Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. Friends of Mrs. George Clineman
will be pleased to know she has about
recovered from her recent illness.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Chaffee, Miss
Ruth Chaffee and Mr. Raymond Tur Turner
ner Turner attended the morning Easter ser services
vices services at the Baptist church in Ocala.
After the services they motored to
Lake Weir, where they had dinner.
On their return Mrs. Chaffee remain remained
ed remained in Ocala to attend the concert of
the Scotch -Highlanders band.
Mr. and Mrs. Bartow Walker en entertained
tertained entertained a few friends with an East Easter
er Easter dinner Sunday.
Mr. F.-M. Chaffee, Mr. Hughie Mc Mc-Manus
Manus Mc-Manus and Miss White went into
Ocala Monday evening to attend the
band concert. In Ocala they were
joined by Mrs. Chaffee and daughter,
H. I. Turner and Barton Walker
made a business trip to Fort McCoy
Mrs. M. D. L. Graham was called to
Bowen, 111., on account of the serious
illness of her mother, Mrs. Rice. News
has been received that Mrs. Rice is
improving,- and Mrs. Graham will
visit her daughter, Mrs. Emmet Burk Burk-holder
holder Burk-holder and Mrs. Harry Overall, in
Kansas City, Mo., before she returns.
OF THE PEACE PROGRAM
Denver, April 28. Director Gener General
al General Hines in a statement issued here to today
day today announced a willingness to ac accept
cept accept the offer made by the industrial
board of the department of commerce
to bring together representatives of
the railroad administration and steel
producers to settle the controversy
over the government's price stabiliza stabilization
tion stabilization program.
TO BE ELECTED
New 'Orleans, April 28. Represen Representative
tative Representative Estorinal, of Louisiana, died
at his home here today.
COAST LINE WEEKLY
Beginning May 1st, the Atlantic
Coast Line freight depot will close on
Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock for a
half-holiday, during the months of
May, June, July, August and Sep September.
tember. September. The Board of Trade has just
received notice of this from the state
railroad committee. An order affect affecting
ing affecting the Seaboard Air Line freight de depot
pot depot will probably be issued also. The
Saturday afternoon closing will be ef effective
fective effective for the Atlantic Coast Line de depots
pots depots at Ocala, Tampa, Ybor City, San San-ford
ford San-ford and Palatka. A half -holiday on
Thursday afternoons will be in effect
at Orlando, Kissimmee, Eustis, De De-land,
land, De-land, Green Cove Springs, Mulberry,
St. Petersburg, Leesburg, Fort Myers,
Arcadia, Punta Gorda, Wauchula,
Fort eMade Bartow, Lakeland, Winter
Haven, Dade City, Dunnellon and
A flock of airplanes came over
Ocala Sunday morning and made a
landing in the field near the indus industrial
trial industrial school. They were in command
of Maj. Houghton, who was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by First-Lieut. Riley, First First-Lieut.
Lieut. First-Lieut. Guilford, Second-Lieut. Mona Mona-han
han Mona-han and First Sergeant Floyd. They
were from Arcadia and on the way to
Macon, to attend the Southeastern
Aeronautical Convention. They stop stopped
ped stopped only long enough to obtain gaso gaso-line.
FIRE PLUGS BEING PAINTED
The fire plugs of the city are being
painted. The color will remain white,
as this enables the firemen to locate
the plugs easier at night. Chief
Chambers said this morning that the
painting would start this afternoon.
Thus one of the things taken up by
the civic committee of the Board of
Trade is already being accomplished.
Mr. Jake Brown, chairman of the
committee, took the matter up with
Mr. Winer, and Mr. Winer directed
the painting be done.
Charter Oak, April 23. We have
had light showers off and on this
which which were enjoyed and wel welcomes
comes welcomes by the farmers.
Mr. Harry Barrett and family from
Coleemn were pleasant callers at the
home of Mrs. M. R. Barnett Sunday
Mr. G. C. Perry was a business
caller in Ocala Saturday.
Mrs. C. D. Rogers made a pleasant
call on her sister, Miss Rena Barnett
of this community Sunday last.
Mr. and Mrs. Tompkins and Mr."
and Mrs. I. Martin and children" were
the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. T.
W. Barnett Sunday last.
Mrs. T. W. Barnett and daughter,
Mary Ella Barnett, went to Oxford
Thursday to visit Mrs. T. W. Bar Bar-nett's
nett's Bar-nett's sister, Mrs. J. S.' Perry, who
has been confined to her bed with
sleeping sickness for some time. We
are glad to say with the greatest of
care she will recover.
Miss Irene Wright of Leesburg was
a pleasant visitor here Sunday.
Messrs. Theodore and Doyl Nichols,
Kimball Perry and Ray Norris were
seen in our community Wednesday af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. ;
Mrs. Ola Potter and children were
here visiting Mrs. Potter's mother,
Mrs. Pritchett, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Remington were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Mr. and Mrs. Fakes and children of
Ocala were seen in our community
Miss Nannie Belle Redding was an
afternoon caller of Miss Mae Loften
Mr. Lamar Winegard and the two
Messrs. Martin attended an ice cream
supper Saturday night at the home of
Mr. Lovell of Pedro. From reports
they had a splendid time.
Mr. Carl L. Perry, who is now
working in Ocala was a pleasant call caller
er caller of Miss Rena Barnett Friday night.
He was accompanied by one of his boy
friends of Pedro, Mr. Theodore Nich Nichols,
ols, Nichols, who were entertained by Miss
Mary Ella Barnett.
Mr. Roy Norris was a pleasant call caller
er caller on Miss Nannie "Belle Redding
Miss Mary Ella Barnett was the
dinner guest of her friend. Miss Nan Nannie
nie Nannie Belle Redding Sunday last.
Mr. Homer Lanier and Mr. Jesse
Proctor accompanied- two of Charter
Oak's charming young ladies, Misses
Nannie Belle Redding and Miss Bes Bessie
sie Bessie Loften to Pedro to church Satur Saturday
day Saturday night. ; r "
Miss Leo nore Remington was the
dinner guest of her friend; Miss Rena
Barnett of this community Monday.
OCALA HIGH SCHOOL
(Concluded from First Page)
in Wonderland" being taken as the
"Hang sorrow! Care will kill a cat
- Therefore, let's be merry."
Toastmaster, Frederick Winer.
"Hear me, for I will speak."
Welcome address, O oysters, come
and walk with us": Toastmaster.
Toast to seniors, "It was so kind of
you to come": Ralph Cullen.
Response, "A loaf of bread," the
walrus said, "Is chiefly what we
need": Leonard Wesson.
"For some of us are out of breath
And all of us are fat."
Toast to faculty, "Cabbages and
Kings": Irene Henderly.
Response, "Why the sea is boiling
hot and whether pigs have wings":
"The sands were dry as dry."
Toast to the military company,
"Tweedle dum and Tweedle dee
agreed to have a battle"; Billy Ken
Response, "With sobs and tears":
"This frightened the great hero so
He quite forgot his quarrel!"
Humorous recitation, "Pepper and
vinegar beside": Mildred Manning.
Short talk, "The time has come,"
the walrus said, "to talk of many
things": -Mr. Cassels.
"The eldest oyster winked his eye
And shook his heavy head."
Reading, "The butter's spread too
thick"; Augusta Dodd.
Speech by Allen Hollinrake.
"It seems a shame," the walrus
said, "to play them such a trick":
Presentation of goat "John Henry,"
to Junior class by Seniors.
"Thru the looking glass": Lucile
On the opposite page was the fol following
lowing following menu with the appropriate
"Now if you're ready, oysters dear,
we can begin to feed."
Le punch fruit, le Dinton, JaFar JaFar-rissure,
rissure, JaFar-rissure, les pommes de terre, les
petits pois juin, le riz, la sauce, lea
biscuit chands, la marmalade de
prune, les olives, les sarmures, la
gciee, le celerie, la mache, la salad e,
ks vantards, les olives, la glace, le
gateau, le cafe noir.
The following names compose the
members and officers of the senior
and junior classes of Ocala's school
and who partook of the elegant ban banquet:
quet: banquet: r'
MarshalL Cam, Edward Chazal,
Ralph Cullen, James Milton, Robert
Smith, Willard Steele, Tred Winer,
Bille Kennedy, Mildred Manning,
Estelle McAteer, Kathleen Leitner,
May Pehys, Mary Bryce, Lenore Col Colby,
by, Colby, Meme Davis, Sarah Dehon, Au Augusta
gusta Augusta Dodd, Lucile Gissendaner, Win Winnie
nie Winnie Gordon, Annie Hadsock, Irene
Henderly, Catherine Henry, Elizabeth
Hocker, Eva Theus, Ruth Stephens.
President, Fred Winer; vice president,
Lucile Gissendaner; secretary and
treasurer, Elizabeth Hocker.
Class colors, gold and white.
Class flower, daisy.
Allen Hollinrake, Tom Wallis, Fan Fannie
nie Fannie Carlisle, Marguerite Edwards,
Mamie Henderson, Sara Herndon,
Cevie Roberts, Ruth Simmons, Mayme
Smedley, Loureen Spencer. Presi President,
dent, President, Leonard Wesson; secretary and
treasurer, Loureen Spencer. The
members of this class are this year's
Class colors, green and gold.
Flower, sweet pea.
The evenfng proved to be one of
great pleasure and passed only too
quickly for those present. The sen seniors
iors seniors reluctantly bade their hosts
good-night after congratulating them
on attaining first place as royal hosts
Panic Active Aid to Disease.
Panic, In truth. Is always the most
potent enemy upon which disease can
call for aid. For panic not merely
cripples the mind and the morale; It
has directly disastrous consequences
to the body Itself. It deranges the di digestion,
gestion, digestion, it strains the heart. It slows
the circulation of the blood. Thus it
weakens the whole system, predispos predispos-!ng
!ng predispos-!ng to infection by disease and making
t more difficult to escape outcome If
these beantifal bcoccs-mc Knd
of joyous thrill yon get when
, you know you've made a good
- Mdal mad from captured Gtrman
annon, to bo dlttributod among tho
boot worfcoro In tho Vlotory Loan cam cam-aifli
aifli cam-aifli whloh began last Monday. For Forty
ty Forty thousand of those will bo distributed
ki the. South, the awards being made
by tho xone chairmen.
STARTS WITH BOOL;
NEW LOAN POPULAR
Interest At A Per Cent And Four Four-Year
Year Four-Year Term Pleaseo Tho
.Atlanta, G- Tho Victory Loan
campaign has rot off to a fl jin start,
to Judge from tho telegrams pouring in
upon the district headquarters within
tho first few daya of the big drire. That
the Sixth Federal Reserre District
will go orer'the top with a bang is
indicated by the early results, though
it will require the co-operation of erery
citizen to max success assured.
Tho announcement of tho terms cf
the Victory Loan did a great deal to
inspire subscriptions from those who
iarested from a business standpoint as
well aa from patriotic motires., The
notes pay 4 34, the highest Interest
of any of tho Liberty Loan series, and
'are payable by the gorernment in four
years after date. This high interest
and tho short term makes them cer certain
tain certain to remain at a high figue, finan financiers
ciers financiers say, and there will be no dan danger
ger danger of their dropping to a discount.
Secretary Carter Glass has announc announced
ed announced posltirely that this will be tho last
of tho Liberty loans. It will pay tho
bin f3r defeating tho Hun and bring
tho boys baex home.
Tho campaign all orer the district
was opened with parades and 'great
oelebrations. In Atlanta tho central
part of th city was more elaborately
decorated than orer before In history.
In sereral of the larger cities the "fly "flying
ing "flying circus of airplanes fought mimic
battles in tho alf high aboro tho
streets. Secretary Glass is to delirer
an address in Atlanta on May 1.
' Chairmen all orer the Southern
states are reporting that the Victory
loan is easier to put orer than they
"Our people hare not lost their pa patriotism,"
triotism," patriotism," they report. There was
an apparent apathy. We had begun
to beUero the public thought the war
was all orer and there was no use la.
subscribing to more bonds. But wo
wore wrong. The American city man.
town man, farmer. is willing to pay
his share of the war bin, and he la
That Is the patriotic side of tho mat matter.
ter. matter. On tho business side, tho short
term bends or notes appear .to strike
tho pablie eye farerabtr. The arerago
man la more willing to tie up his
money for four years than for a long longer
er longer period, and the fact that the gor gorernment
ernment gorernment promises to pay in four years
makes tho securities more easily ne negotiable
gotiable negotiable at full price than if a period
of twenty year were inTolred.
TheNjTcta for tho district is $144, $144,-609,000.
609,000. $144,-609,000. SeTeral counties reported
arly on the first day that their Quotaa
had been reached, and asked for Vlo Vlotory
tory Vlotory Loan honor flags, which are to
be awarded to erery community over oversubscribing
subscribing oversubscribing its share. The fair and
square individual quota system adopt adopted
ed adopted by many counties helped to carry
them orer the top on "Volunteer
Days the first two days of the cam campaign.
paign. campaign. In the Third Loan campaign
erery county in the district went orer
and an effort, is being made to repeat
this performance this time.
' HAMPSHIRE PIGS FOR SALE
Four months eld, as live m3 ydti
ever saw; $15 each. Only five left.
Also one year-old boar.' Nathan Mayo,
Summerfield, Fla. 28-12t
DR. G. A. H. EDMISTOW
Veterinary Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phon 501. OfSce Phone 123
I T i I t ... 1
Salt Ocean WMling
per lb. 10c
This fish is packed in brine the
same as mackerel is packed. The meat
is white and the fish weigh lrora
eight to sixteen ounces.
North Carolina Round Ocrrisfj
per lb. 10c.
This fish is packed in brine some something'
thing' something' on the order of the the brine in
which Holland herring comes. The
fish is fat and juicy and makes an
O. K. TEAPOT
A. E. GERIG
About 15 per cent of
the public wear
classes, whereas 66
NL.X per cent NEEb
glasses and SHOULD be wearing
Dr. K. J. Weihe.
With Weihe Co Jewelers. Ocala, Fla.
DIRECT FROM OUR IISUUIG
COATS 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 IolsJ
THE v ST. GEORGE
SL George on the Gulf
F. W. DITTO
Local Agent for the
PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO.
About the new Life Policies now
being written by this grand old
F. W .DITTO. OCALA.FLO.
aaa a m a
FENOLE is primarily a house household
hold household spray a dead shot on
Roaches, Moths, Bedbugs, Flies,
Mosquitoes, Ants and other in insect
sect insect pests.
THAT IS NOT ALL
Fenole sprayed in the chicken,
coops, dog house and other out outhouses
houses outhouses will knock the very
"daylights" out of Fleas, lice
, A mixture of Fenole and Lard
applied to chickens' heads will
cure sore head remarkably
quick; a regular life saver for
sickly, sore-headed fowl, large
Housewives order FENOLE
from, your nearest retail store.
Retail merchants order FE FENOLE
NOLE FENOLE from your jobber. Re Refuse
fuse Refuse the so-called "Just as
FENOLE IS THE BEST
Pints (16 oz.) $ kq
Half Gallon 15
Moutn Sprayers free. rv
Large hand sprayers extra.
Manufactured only by the
FENOLE CDEIIICAL CO.
. 451 Riverside Avenue,
Direful Estimates made oh" all "Cca?
tract work. Gives ITore and Better
Work for the Honey than any ctlr
contractor In the city.
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