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OGALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1919.
VOL.26, NO. 112
IER ONE-TIME ALLY
In Paying the Enormous Indemnity
for the War Demanded by ,-the
the ,-the Entente
Paris, May 8.- (By the Associated
Press.)- The council of four with
Premier Orlando of Italy present, be began
gan began today to arrange the program for
presentation of peace terms to the
Austro-Hungarian and Bulgarian del delegations.
egations. delegations. The Austrian treaty has begun, to
take form, portions of it having al already
ready already been drafted. It appears thaie
instead of Germany being required to
pay the entire indemnity demanded by
the Allies, a considerable sum will be
demanded of Austria, the estimate at
present being five billion crowns.
This indemnity provision and delimi delimitation
tation delimitation of the new states frontiers will
be the main features of the treaty.
AMERICA TO GUIDE ARMENIA
Paris, May 8. It is expected that
the United States will be asked to be become
come become mandatory for. Armenia. The in indications
dications indications at p resent are that Presi President
dent President Wilson will submit the matter to
' TO SEEK ADVICE
; Paris, May 8. Intimations reach reaching
ing reaching the-peace conference lead to the
belief that two or three members of
the German peace delegation will
probably return to Germany to con consult
sult consult with their government, the others
remaining at Versailles. Garmany
has not yet submitted any communi communication
cation communication regarding the peace treaty. All
exchanges between the delegation and
Berlin have been kept secret. A copy
of the treaty' was sent to Berlin last
night by courier.
KERENSY IN PARIS
Paris, ', May 8. Alexander Keren Keren-sky,
sky, Keren-sky, the former Russian premier, is
in Paris, it became known today.' He
has not, however, made his appear appearance
ance appearance in peace conference circles.
AUSTRIANS ON THE WAY
Paris, May 8. The French foreign
office received information late today
that the. Austrian peace delegation
left Vienna yesterday and would
reach St. Germain probably tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. TROUBLE IN CHINA
Paris, May-8. American Minister
Reinsch at Peking has informed Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Lansing that all wire commu communication
nication communication out of Peking has been cut
except one wire to Siberia.
FULL TEXT WITHHELD
Paris, May 8. -The full text of the
peace treaty with Germany will not
' be published until after it is signed,
the Echo de Paris says today.
GERMANY'S ;. SWORD IS BROKEN
Versailles, May 7. -(Havas.) In
the opening session of the peace con congress,
gress, congress, Clemenceau, the presiding of officer,
ficer, officer, speaking to the German pleni plenipotentiaries,
potentiaries, plenipotentiaries, said:
- "It is unnecessary to express need needless
less needless words. You have before you the
plenipotentiaries of the small and
great powers united in this most
cruel war, which was imposed upon
them. The hour has arrived for
heavy settlement of the account."
. A copy of the treaty was then de delivered
livered delivered to Count Brockdorff-Rantzau,
head of the German delegation, who
replied: "We declare that we do not
deny the extent of our defeat. We
know the power of the German ar armies
mies armies is broken."
Count Brockdorff-Rantzau was vi viable
able viable to admit Germany was solely
culpable, and demanded that the Al Allies
lies Allies make peace according to Presi President
dent President Wilson's points. Germany pledg pledged
ed pledged itself to repair the wrong done
Belgium, and gave assurance of re reconstruction
construction reconstruction of territories in northern
France. Brockdorff-Rantzau asked
for the liberation of German prison
ers and said Germany adopted the
league of nations.
SPECIAL REVENUE ON
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
What Will be the Effect of the Peace
-Treaty on America and
AH the World
Washington, May 8. The eyes of
the world today are focused on the
treaty of Versailles. Statesmen and
diplomats everywhere are turning
over the phrases contained in the offic official
ial official published summary or the terms
to form opinions.
In the United States the questions
being asked are where and how does
it affect America? Will the Senate
ratify it? Will Germany accept it?
Official Washington, with the presi president
dent president and secretary of state in Paris,
Congress in adjournment and many
leaders of- both parties absent, is
rather devoid of authoritative expres expression
sion expression on the first two questions. For
the third, the generally accepted
opinion seemed to be that the Ger Germans
mans Germans would accept the convention,
but that it might require economic
pressure to bring about a fulfillment
of some of its terms.
WILSON'S MESSAGE BY WIRE
.Washington, May 8. As the pres president
ident president won't be able to attend the
opening special session of Congress
May 19th, he will cable his message
from Paris and it will be read immed immediately,
iately, immediately, after Congress convenes, the
White House announced today.
NOTICE TO MEMBERS
OF THE BOARD OF TRADE
All members of the Board of Trade
are urged to be present tonight at
the regular meeting of the organiza organization
tion organization to vote on the new constitution
and by-laws that will be presented for
adoption by the board of governors.
; Another important matter which
will, come up for consideration 'is a
request for the United States aerial
service for a landing field, in or near
Ocala. The field .required must, have
a hard surface and dimensions of 1500
by 500 feet.
MONTHLY ROTARY MEETING
The Ocala Rotary Club partook of
its monthly luncheon at the Arms
House today. Almost the full mem membership
bership membership was present, and all the
membership present was full when
the feast was over. We mean full of
solids, not liquids. Not too full for
utterance, however, as, a number of
short but pertinent addresses proved.
Mrs. Arms served the club a substan substantial
tial substantial and home-like dinner, and all
came away well pleased with their
hostess, themselves and 'each other.
SOVIET SAYS IT WILL
PUT UP A SCRAP
The following in a statement from
the office of James M. Cathcart, col collector
lector collector of internal revenue. AH per persons
sons persons owning automobiles which are
used for hire purposes are subject to
a tax of $10 yearly on each car so
used. The tax period now due is for
the last half of the government fiscal
year from January 1 to June 30, 1919,
which would be $5 on each car, if
seven-passenger capacity or under; if
over, the revenue is $20. yearly. This
applies to any person who has a pri private
vate private car and carries persons occas occasionally
ionally occasionally and makes a charge for same,
and all such persons are advised to
communicate with the deputy collec collector
tor collector of internal-revenue at Ocala, Fla.,
and make proper returns on same, and
' svcid incuring a penalty. .
Copenhagen, May 8.- The Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian communist government has
refused the armistice terms offered
by Rumania and decided to fight to
the utmost, a Budapest dispatch says.
Mrs. Emily B. Green's many friends
will be glad to hear that she is most
comfortably located at the Ansley
hotel in Atlanta, making it conven convenient
ient convenient for her to be with, her son, Ed Edward
ward Edward Green; who is doing well at the
Fort McPherson hospital.
Mr. F. W. Brooks, son, Edward and
daughter, Miss Florence Brooks of
Oklawaha, were visitors to the city
today. Edward has just returned from
Europe after eight months service in
the tank corps and is receiving a most
cordial welcome from his many
friends in Ocala and around the lake
OVER THE WAVES
America's Naval Airplanes On the
First Leg of Their Flight
Across the Atlantic
TWO AND A HALF
But Tremendous Work Must be Dene
for the Victory Loan the Next
New York, May 8 The first trans trans-Atlantic
Atlantic trans-Atlantic flight by heavier than air
machines was begun today when three
navy seaplanes left Rockaway Beach
at 10 a. m. on the first leg of the
journey. The distance from Rocka Rockaway
way Rockaway to Halifax is 54 miles.
The NC-3 was the first plane to
leave, the NC-1 and NC-4 following
closely. The planes are expected to
arrive at Halifax before night. The
route from Halifax runs 4G0 miles to
Trepassey, 1350 miles to the Azores,!
and another 800 miles to Portugal
and on to Plymouth, England.
A GOOD START
Newport, R. I., May 8. The naval
radio station here in constant com communication
munication communication with the three naval sea seaplanes
planes seaplanes as they passed along the south southern
ern southern New England coast for Halifax,
reports the fliers say their machines
are working satisfactorily and they
are making good progress.
THE SALVATION ARMY DRIVE
Washington, May 8. New reports
of subscriptions to the Victory Loan
today sent the nation's total above
two and one-half billions and cam campaign
paign campaign managers hoped it would reach
three billions by tonight.
OCALA MOTOR CLUB
Mrs. Mary Eagleton and daughter,
Margaret and Mrs. Badger left this
afternoon for a several weeks visif
out of the city. Mrs. Eagleton and
daughter are going to Clearwater,
where they will be guests of Mrs.
Lallie Mcintosh, a former popular
Ocala girl, and Mrs. Badger will go to
Tampa, where she will be a guest in
the home of her daughter, Mrs. God Godfrey
frey Godfrey Moyers.
I ITvr Xf;i TlfoTr Q IT TIT T
Younge returned home Saturday from
a long visit to her daughter, Mrs. J.
A. Getford in Eustis.
Mr. and Sirs. J. W. Turner and
baby visited relatives at St. Catherine
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Clarence Cork and Mr. William
Brabham of Orange Lake visited Mr.
and Mrs. Casper Younge last week.
Miss Vercie "Whaley visited Miss
Ida Belle Clayton in Ocala Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. G..B. Long of Ocala
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Whaley
Mr. F. E. Harris, the chairman of
the Salvation Army drive for Marion
county, is in receipt of a letter from
Lieut. Louis Lester, zone chairman
for this district, of which the follow following
ing following is an extract:
As the drive for the Salvation
Army will begin on the 19th, it is es essential
sential essential that we should have our or organization,
ganization, organization, perfected at oncel j
To this end the zone manager begs
leave to suggest that the following
committees be named now and in informed
formed informed as to their duties:
An executive committee of five
prominent men to advise with you.
A speakers' bureau, whose duty ii
will be to furnish speakers for all
gatherings at churches, schools and
elsewhere "from now until the 26th."
A publicity agent to see that the
newspapers contain articles about the
drive and otherwise to advertise the
needs, of the Salvation Army.
A woman's division to assist you
in v organizing the women for the
A chairman for each large precinct
in your county.
A soliciting committee, consisting
of the chairmen of the above com committees,
mittees, committees, whose duty it will be to as assist
sist assist you in appointing solicitors and
assigning them wards or territory in
which to solicit subscriptions.
We know you will pardon us for
saying that the work suggested in
this letter should be done at the ear earliest
liest earliest possible moment.
According to the suggestions out
lined above the following chairmen of
committees have been appointed:
Executive--W. W. Stripling.
Speakers' Bureau W. T. Gary.
v Publicity Agent E. C. Bennett.
Woman's Division Mrs. E. A. Os
Citra Kyle Wartmann.
Sparr J. L. Grantham.
Anthony--W. W. Griffin.
Oak FrankLogan. .
Mcintosh E. L. Price.
Lowell C. B. Lowell.
KendrickB. C. Webb.
Reddick C. M. Cam.
Fairfield A. J. McLaughlin.
Flemington J. A. Jones.
Irvine L. K. Edwards.
Eureka, Orange Springs, Fort Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy and Burbank J. W. Stevens Jr.
Lynne Charles Rogers.
Moss Bluff and Oklawaha John T.
Candler John H. Mathews.
Weirsdale J. M. Douglas.
Summerfield Charles Davis.
Belleview E. S. French.
Dunnello'n E. B. Rawls.
Cotton Plant and Martel Percy
Blitchton R. W. Ervin.
Romeo Mr. McKenzie.
Ocala Jno. L. Edwards.
Representation of this City in the Big
Annual State Meeting is
Those good men who were present
last night at the Board of Trade
rooms made it possible for Ocala to
retain her place in the list of Florida
cities which want good roads, tourists
and new people within her borders.
The Ocala Motor Club will have dele delegates
gates delegates to the big congress of motorists
and good roads boosters which meets
at DeLand on May 29th.
The : Florida State Automobile -Association
called the meeting of last
night for the purpose of securing an
expression from our people as to
Ocala's purposes and wishes, and
those who were present not only did
a good pieec of work for their home
town but will have the pleasure of see seeing
ing seeing it bear fruit in the near future.
Another meeting for the purpose of
appointing delegates to the DeLand
meeting will take place the early .part
of netx week and the officers for the
year will also be elected at that time.
Under the regulations of the Flor Florida
ida Florida State Automobile Association is
a sign-posting fund created out! of
part of the membership fees, which
fund is expended right in the terri territory
tory territory from : which the membership
came. Thus the roads about Ocala
can be fully posted by the association
with its uniform signs (the samecon samecon-struction
struction samecon-struction and colors) which are now
to be seen along the good roads in al almost
most almost 'w every county in our state, and
this sign-posting will be in exact pro proportion
portion proportion to the memberships of the
The Ocala Motor Club will not only
be able to give out touring informa information
tion information to its members in the future, but
will be in position to interest visitors
and tourists generally in and around
here. In future, those passing through
will be invited to stop her for a few
days and look around in Marion coun county
ty county before proceeding. Full informa
tion as to the condition of our roads
will be kept on file and short trips
out of Ocala will be provided for those
who wish to see the surrounding
country always arranging for them
to return to Ocala, where more short
trips will be suggested to them.
Announcement of exact date of the
meeting for election of officers and
appointment of delegates to the state
meeting will be made later. All mem members
bers members will be notified by mail.
THE VICTORY OF THE GARDENS
ill! dOTH ATTEMPT TO REMOVE
SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE
A Pageant in Four Episodes
The library has a copy of the above.
Any of the school teachers who wish
to see it can find it here, and if suf sufficient
ficient sufficient time is given we will send for
extra copies, if needed.
Louise E. Gamsby, Librarian.
U. D. C. MEETING POSTPONED
Owing to the absence of the offic officers
ers officers of the U. D. G. the meeting that
was to have been held Friday is post postponed
poned postponed until the following Friday.
NOTICE of ANIMALS IMPOUNDED
To Whom it May Concern:
This is to certify that I have this
day placed in the city pound the foi
been found running at large within
lowing described animals, which have
You are invited to come in and talk
to the big Republic truck about your
heavy hauling problems. It can solve
them. R. R. Carroll, Ocala, Fla. dw
An error gracefully
'y. 7, acknowledged is a vic-
t f. tory won. If you hav
neglected your eves.
win a victory by giving them atten attention
tion attention today.
Dr. K. J. Weihe,
With Weihe Co.. Jewelers. Ocala. Fla.
Sflclver & Maclay
UNDERTAKERS and ELIBALLIERS
PHONES 47. 104, SOS
the corporate limits of the city of
Ucala, contrary to the ordinances oj
One red cow, one red heifer, swal
lowfork and underbit one ear. under
bit in other; one black hog, two red
hogs, hole one ear, underbit other.
The owners thereof or their agents,
hereby notified that if the animals are
hereby notified that if the animal is
not claimed and all expenses of tak taking
ing taking and impounding' thereof are not
naid within three davs from date
hereof, to-wit: On the 12th day of
May, .1919, I will sell the same to
the highest and best bidder, said sale
to take place between the hours of 11
a. m. and 3 p. m. on said day at the
city pound in Ocala, Florida.
S. C ZL Thorn is,
Marshal City of Ocala.
C A. Holloway, Impounder. It
Large supply of Velvet Beans and
Chufas now on hand. The Ocala
Seed Store. 7-11-19
The big Republic, internal gear
truck is here. Come in and look it
over. R. R. Carroll, Ocala, Fla. d&vr
If Your Name la Not On It, Put It On,
at Once, If by Any Means You are
Able to Raise the Money
J. A. Chandler $ 50.00
J. Carstens 100.00
W. A. Priest 1,000.00
F. Drake 500.00
S. L. Fridy 1,000.00
Mrs. W. C. Fridy 400.00
Wm. H. Wrighton 100.00
John Dozier 2.000.00
Mrs. M. Alice Hazard.... t 500.00
Miss Lillian E. Frost 500.00
R. A. Burford 1,000.00
M. Haughton 100.00
L. T. Izlar 100.00
Ed. L. Wartmann 5,000.00
Edw. S. French 100.00
Mrs. Sara Harris Lloyd... 100.00
Christian Ax 1,000.00
Chas. J. Fishel 50.00
Anonymous . . .. 100.00
T. F. Stewman 50.00
Miss M. R. Pasteur 50.00
Mrs. Julia V. McCredie 200.00
L. D. Perry 100.00
T. M. Moore 100.00
Mrs. Ella R. Bouvy;r 100.00
George MacKay 1,000.00
Mrs. Frank Harris 100.00
Mrs. Rex G. Todd 50.00
Harry L. Booher 150.00
Misses G. A. & E. V. Baker 100.00
R. L. Sumner ... 200.00
Miss Annie Needham ..... 500.00
Mr. and Mrs. T. Needham.. 200.00
John R. Rogers 1,000.00
A. G. Gates 1,000.00
Mrs. J. Carstens 100.00
E W. Clement 500.00
W. J. & J. L. Edwards Jrs. -200.00
Louis Toffaletti 100.00
Mrs. Georgia Ten Eyck.... 50.00
Ray S. Leach 50.00
J. R. Dey 500.00
L. H. Pillans 100.00
J. S. Pearson 300.00
D. W. Tompkins 250.00
Mrs. Mary C. Elliott 50.00
C. 31. Livingston .... 500.00
Jno. L. Edwards 5,000.00
W. W. Rilea 100.00
II. L. Borland, Mrs. Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth P. Borland and Jas.
L. Borland 1,000.00
Dr. E. G. Peek 1,000.00
J. E. Allemand 200.00
Geo. A. H. Edmiston 100.00
R. A. Carlton 1,000.00
John Pasteur 100.00
Mrs. Hattie A. Webb 100.00
Miss Julia H. Webb . 50.00
Mrs. Dora Crawford ...... 50.00 ;
Miss Floyd Whittle 100.00
Mrs. James T. Rawls 450.00;
M. M. Little 300.00
W. W. Harriss 50.00
Albert O. Harriss 100.00
Mrs. E. G. Tydings 500.00
C. R. Tydings 500.00
J. M. Smith 200.00
A. W. Greene 50.00
Mrs. Elizabeth Wall ...... 700.00
H. J. Wall & Sons 300.00
John B. George 300.00
James T. Rawls 1,000.00
C. S. Cullen 5,000.00
Dr. J. E. Chace 5,000.00
Camp Brothers 10,000.00
Rheinauer & Co.- 2,500.00
Taylor Brothers 5,000.00
E. T. Helvenston and family 1,200.00
B. A. Weathers 100X0
W. J. Edwards 5,000.00
Mrs. A. L. Izlar 50.00
W. D. Cam 100.00
B. Rheinauer 100.00
M. S. Sawaya 100.00
Mrs. C Rheinauer ........ 500.00
J. H. Benjamin 100.00
Lanier Robertson 200.00
F. W. Weber 1,000.00
Mrs. Emily B. Green 500.00
Mrs. "Lester Warner 50.00
F. J. Bates ; 1,000.00
Mrs. Mary A. Gillen 50.00
Mrs. Mattie P. Ross 1,200.00
Mrs. Nan A. Sistrunk 500.00
g. s. Scott 2,000.00
Louis II. Chazal 100.00
L. IL van Engelken 100.00
Mrs. E. B. Green 500.00
H. C. Jones 500.00
C. Stanaland 200.00
W. S. Cogswell .' 100.00
Mrs. Lula A. Colby 100.00
Mrs. J. D. Robertson 100.00
E. B. Lytle 1,000.00
Alfred Ayer 1,000.00
II. W. Baxter 100.00
M. C. Wilson 1,000.00
C. A. Fort 3,000X0
Miss Juanita Lytle 1,000.00
Miss Daisy C. Ross 200X0
Miss Emily Stotesbury . . 300.00
Emma A. Carlton 600.00
F. H. Logan 100.00
W. K. Zewadski 200.00
Jake Brown 100.00
Mrs. Clara L. Brown 200.00
Miss Helen L. Brown 100.00
J. Dozier 2,000.00
Nobel W. Hanson 500.00
W. T. Gary 1,000.00
R. F. Rogers 100.00
Airs. Annie M. Moore 50.00
R E. Yonge 100.00
J. L. bmith 100.00
CAPITAL ID OEM
Representative Phillips' Will Intro Introduce
duce Introduce a Resolution to that Effect
Into the House
Mr. F. E. Harris, editor of the Ban Banner,
ner, Banner, received the following telegram
this morning. The matter will be dis
cussed at the Board of Trade meeting
tonight, and is an extra reason for
every public-spirited citizen being
Tallahassee, Fla., May 7.
Mr. Frank Harris, Ocala, Fla.:
I will introduce a joint resolution
in the House calling for the submis submission
sion submission to the voters of the state to say
whether they want the state capitol
at Tallahassee or Ocala. If your peo people
ple people are interested, wire or come. Will
make resolution a special order for
next Tuesday. W. W. Phillips,
ITALY" WILL nOLD FIUME
Paris." May 8. As a basis of re
suming participation in the peace ne
gotiations. Premier Orlando accepted
proposal that Italy administer
Fiume as a mandatory of the leaeue
of nations until 1923, after which
Fiume will revert to Italian sover sovereignty.
eignty. sovereignty. During the four years of
Italian administration a harbor for
the Jugo-Slavs will be built at a port v
a few miles lower down the Adriatic
coast. The harbor will have railroad
communication with A gram and other
Mrs. J. J. Marshall
H. T. Hall Co
J. B. Malloy, Agt.
J. M. Meffert
W. M. Shockly
M. L. Reynolds
S. F. Rou
Mrs. Walter Tucker
Dr. L. H. van Engelken. .
Mrs. B. Goldman
E. H. Martin
J. D. Smith'
C. B. Howell
Mrs. B. M. Bishop
C. A. Harris
W. L. Smith
Mrs. E. G. Hudnell
Miss Ola Sims
John T. Moore
J. J. Gerig f
E. D. Townsend
C. R. Tydings Jr
Mrs. Ed Carmichael
J. P. Phillips
A. C. Cobb
J. Clelland Johnson
Mrs. W. M. Wilson
W. M. Wilson
Edward B. Green
B. U. Young
Miss Antoinette Bottalacio.
T. T. Munroe
Z. C. Chambliss
M. C. Izlar
B. L. Adams
F. E. Colby
C. C. Godwin
M. R. Godwin
W. E. Godwin
Mrs. Mary P. Irving
Mrs. Sam Leigh
R. M. Martin
A. L. Izlar
Miss L. B. Davis
Mrs. J. Harry Walters
Cora B. Colby
Miss K. I Scott ;
Arrival and Departure of passes rrer
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 UM RAILROAD
2:50 am. JcksonTllle-NewTork 2:50 am.
l:Z2 pm. Jacksonville 2:21pm.
4:07 pm. Jacksonville 5:10 p. m
. l2iAte V 2:50 un.
SL Petersburg )
1:21pm. Tampa-2a2xs.tee 1:41pm,
5:10 pm. Tampa-EL Petersburg 4:07 pm.
ATLATiTIC COAST LEiE RAILROAD
2:12 vm Jcksonville-New Tork 3:15 aru
2:20 pm.' J'ksonvllle-O'laesvllle 3:25 pm.
1:42 am. JksonvHle-G'nerrill 10:12 pm.
2:15 am. EL' Fettrs-La.kelJLnd 2:12 am.
2:25 pm. St. Pet'sbrr-LAkeland 2:00 pm.
7:10 am. Dunnellon-WUcox
7:40 am. Du'nellon-Lkelaud 11:02 pm.
2:25 pm. Homosaasa 1:45 pm.
10:12 pm. Leesburg- (:42 am.
4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Caturday.
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OCALA EVENING STAR
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for supplies to build barns on proper
ty they were not authorized to pur purchase,
chase, purchase, the consequence being that the
girls at the college two years ago
were stinted for food. Now, what do
you think about that?
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Gen. Pershing is to visit England
as the guest of the British government.
A dispatch to the Star this morning
says the Victory Loan is in danger of
failing. There are only two days left
and not half has been subscribed.
The people who have supported the
loans have bought to the limit, some
more than the limit, of their re
sources. But there are many people
in this county who can buy bonds 'and
This is their chance to help, to
make a good investment for them themselves,
selves, themselves, to line up with those who have
borne the heat and burden of the day.
If they are patriots, if they are wise
people, if they appreciate the bravery
and sacrifice of the men who turned
crushing defeat into overwhelming
victory, they will come across and
MAKE YOUR PLEDGES GOOD
Sunday is mother's day, and should
nowhere be better celebrated than in
If you have given a pledge for tKe
Victory Loan, go at once to the bank
and make it good. Your pledge is
worthless until you have paid your
Your subscription, if backed up
with the cash, is patriotism. If you
dcn't back it up it was bluff, and bluff
that all your neighbors will be ivise
The subscription list closes Satur Saturday
day Saturday night. You have no time to lose.
Make your pledge good unless you
are a four-flusher. Hit the trail for
the bank, or take to the tall grass. Do
your duty. Do it now.
BUSHELS INSTEAD OF BITS
At the county convention next Mon
day at the Methodist church, Mr. J. D.
McDonald, who was for nearly a year
in the Y. M. C. A. war work in this
country, will discuss the recreational
conditions and needs of Marion coun county.
ty. county. In the camps the army put on a
program of mass athletics which con contributed
tributed contributed greatly to the health and
strength of the soldiers. The play
life of the boys and young men may
be made a large contributor to their
character. Properly supervised and
directed it is of cast importance. The
general public has been too neglectful
of it. Parents have felt that their
boy is all right if he is out somewhere
playing, when he may be all wrong,
in the midst of influences which will
mar him all his life.
Following the above discussion
Prof. J. H. Brinson, the county super
intendent of public schools, will dis
cuss the educational conditions and
needs of the county, a theme in which
he is at home.
Bev. John B. Herndon will discuss
the religious conditions and needs of
the county. This is the most impor
tant subject on the program and all
the other topics lead up to this one.
It is necessary that the public should
face it with resolution. It is desired
that representatives from the various
localities of the county should be
present to aid in making this relig
icus survey of the county.
The the program of the convention
elsewhere in today's paper.
UAMPSHIBE PIGS FOB SALE
Four months old, as live as yon
ever saw: $15 each. Only five left.
Also one year-old boar. Nathan Mayo,
Summerfield, Fla. 28-12t
Peptone is sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Store at one dollar per bottle, tf
A year ago today the Star announc
ed that Marion county had exceeded
by 60 per cent its minimum for the
third Liberty Loan.
In executive session Wednesday, the
Senate sustained Governor Catts in
the removal of J. W. Bast as tax col collector
lector collector of Duval county.
The state senate has confirmed that
energetic little cracker, Geo. W. Sco Sco-field,
field, Sco-field, for another term as state attor attorney
ney attorney in this judicial district. V-
The republicans threaten to run
Gen. Wood for president. Wood has
proven himself a man of great ability
and he has Considerable popularity. :
It is a sad but, solemn fact that
when a southern white woman is out
raged by a negro, she never receives
any sympathy from the northern
Bepresentative Lewis of Jackson is
pushing at least one good law. It
provides that a marriage license shall
be effective only in the county in
which it is issued.
If the government loses $192,000,000
in operating the railroads for three
months, its loss for a year will be
nearly equal the entire national rev revenue
enue revenue for twelve months before the
- Dispatches from Tokio say that the
sensational press of Japan is doing
its best to create ill feeling against
America v Said sensational press is
doing its country mighty poor service.
The Victory Lqan Committee of the
Woman's Club did noble work in help helping
ing helping our county to go over the top, and
is keeping up the work trying to make
good the deficiencies that are feared
for other counties. They are not sat satisfied
isfied satisfied with doing their mere duty
they want to do more. Doing their
bit has become too small for them
they do by the bushel.
Honor them for their brave and en
ergetic efforts, and give them another
subscription if you can possibly raise
George Patullo, the American war
correspondent, says a steady system
of knocking the Americans is being
carried on in France and England and
the people of those countries are be
ginning to believe that the Americans
had little or nothing to do with win
ning the war. .-It would be a-pity if
this is the case, in view of the very
generous appreciation the Americans
have always had of the bravery and
sacrifice of the French and British.
Patullo says, however, there is" one
nation in Europe that knows -what
America did in the war, and that na
tion is Germany.
The legislative term of 1919 is half
gone and we regret to say that we see
very little indication that the legisla
ture will do anything that will relieve
the people of any of the burdens they
labor under. There seems to be noth
ing doing in the way of improving our
wretched tax system or remedying
our unjust apportionment. It begins
to look like the next primary will be
held under the rules that have al
ready caused so much trouble. We
thought our 1917 legislature was bad
enough, but to date this one shows no
In the debate in the Senate over ap appropriations
propriations appropriations for the State College for
Women, the fact came out that money
had been provided by the legislature
for an organ for the college, but the
instrument had never been bought. It
was also brought out that the college
authorities took money appropriated
-fK8 VT fRONV tE, REPORTING-
FER fKNEVNSPAPfcR. ANf NO CINCH!
OUR. REPORTED SAfS THE
UE VUVSTPV POtsM N FORM fCTAO NOV,
OP SOhAE PEOPLE ."THEN MUSt
-fVUNK HE'ft ASK1N QUESTIONS
OU1A CURAOSTS, INSTEAD OF TSf-
m& r 01 SOME tEXNS PER
i!!E 6 BlGGEB
) JSgtfV PA-PESS BUT
i3 - I t'M't Ann BETTER
MICKY IS THE STAB'S DEVIL
Peptone, the Great Tonic
WHEN YOU WAKE
UP DRINK GLASS
OF HOT WATER
Wash the poisons and toxins from
system before putting more
food Into stomach.
Cays Inside-bath Ing makes any anyone
one anyone look and feel clean,
sweet and refreshed.
Real vs. False Economy
At This Time
Besist the mental suggestion to curtail your regular taking of ice
until "the weather turns warm again. Your refrigerator is going
nicely now; it is well chilled and it is doirg fall duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a litfle bit it say sulk on you all the
remainder of the season.
OCALA ICE AND PACKING COMPANY
wasn yo arse ii on me insiae oeiore
breakfast like you do on the outside
This is vastly more important because
the skin pores do not absorb impuri impurities
ties impurities into the blood, causing Illness,
while the bowel pores da
For every ounce of food and drink:
taken into the stomach, nearly an
ounce or waste material must oe
carried out of the body. If this waste'
material is not eliminated day by day
it quickly ferments and generates
poisons, gases and toxins which are
absorbed or sucked into the blood
stream, through the lymph ducts which
should suck only nourishment to sua
tain the body.
A splendid health measure la to
drink, before breakfast each day, a
glass of real hot water with a tea tea-spoonful
spoonful tea-spoonful of limestone phosphate in it,
which is a harmless way to wash
these poisons, gases and toxins from
the stomach, liver, kidneys and
bowels; thus cleansing, sweetening
and freshening the entire alimentary
canal befor putting more food Into
A quarter pound of limestone phos phosphate
phate phosphate costs but very little at the drug
store but Is sufficient to make anyone
an enthusiast on Inside-bathing. Men
and women who are accustomed to
wake up with a dull, aching head br
have furred tongue, bad taste, naity
breath, sallow complexion, others who
have bilious attacks, acid stomach or
constipation are assured oi pro
nounced improvement in both health
and appearance shortly.
AutomoMe Accessories and Vulcanizing
"Bed Spot" Lights, Ford Floor Mats, "Ever Beady" and American
Flashlight all Kinds of Tire Bepair Accessories.
A Bear ) GILLETT SAFETY ( One GIHett
Fop Wear ) TIRES and TUBES i Sells a set
ALTMAN & CHARLES CO.
Main St. and Ockiawaha Ave. Ocala, Florida,
Sell Your JUNK to a HOME Man
Wt. and Steel Scrap ....I I2c per 103 lbs.
Spring Steel Scrap .30c per 100 lbs.
Light Cast Iron Scrap 30c per 100 lbs.
Heavy Cast Iron Scrap 40c per 100 lbs.
Light Cast Brass Scrap 5c per lb.
Heavy Cast Brass Scrap 8c per lb.
I will call and pay for same CASH
"JUNK" JOHNSON. Box 595.
Senator Fletcher has corrected
very unjust statement about Florida
by the New York Times. The Times
said, the other day, that- in Jackson
Ville, "a city of 7000 people, there
were 800 drug addicts." Senator Flet
cher informed the Times that there
were only 115 drug addicts in Jack
sonville, which is a city of 85,000 peo
If you want a nice, new army camp
perfectly good, tho just a little shop
worn, apply to the war department.
Twelve were sold this week for a total
of $548,000, which wouldn't have paid
for the lumber in one. Among them
were Wheeler, Jackson, Sevier, Han Hancock
cock Hancock and Wadsworth, where most of
our Florida boys were trained.
There is at least one good thing
about the 'compulsory education bill,
and that is that it provides that the
teachers of private schools shall pos possess
sess possess the same qualifications as those
of public schools. The people have
been much imposed on by incompe incompetent
tent incompetent and irresponsible teachers in pri private
vate private schools.
w f m Years9 fhfh foF CISfis (Gfowcfs
flFigF aii More Ifflckit f ban Ewf
Tbs Florida Gtrus Exchange has completed its tenth year of work for the growers
aro associated with it. '
The organization u today stronger and more efficient than ever before, with capacity
for better service to members. N
In every department the Exchange now has the best organization of its history, com-
Id men who are loyal to the interests of the producers of citrus fruits.
Speculative marketing agencies have such a large margin of profit that they can afford
higher r than the Florida Gtrus Exchange will pay its officers and employes.
5et die eplescEd aims and inspiring purposes of the Exchange are such that it always
has been and ztiH b dbla to engage the services of thoroughly competent, efficient and
Erzployes cneble to make their performance in harmony with the high ideals of the
organization soon eliminate themselves to give way to others who can put the prosperity
ci the citrus mdnstxy ci Florida above personal gain.
He FIofMq Citrus Exchange Is- Controlled
qe3 paraM By Growers sr EMea! EeaeS
Wonder who it is In this country
that is carrying on a propaganda
against Italy. We find an article
against .Italian claims run as an edi
torial in three of our state exchanges
and it was a rotten piece of misrep
resentation at that.
Between the crush of traffic in our
cities, and the absolute impossibility
of anybody remembering all the rules,
it seems like the American citizen
must- choose between buying an auto
and being killed.
It is reported that our government
will pay the Germans for the ships
it took from them at the beginning of
the war. If it does,' the government
will be very kind to the Germans and
very unjust to our own people.
r Every, dtrea fciuvrcr irbo markets hb fruit
CupusJi Exchange has the tzrzs voice &s ur
Tyaf fitTOfvTT XZSSJT hsvC kct ft few HCTCJ of
t&3 policies of &s crrcnrrgtinn.
Ths Florida Gtrxa Ezchs&cs b cft fcr cad by
rroducen of cjtrtu frets, &ey cxe ccsnple&sr
The Exchange has been successful m eeccxrm
for its members prices enough higher than could
be obtained through other marketing agencies
to more than cover the entire operating cost of
Due "tothr gnrsvin -fcaowkHge of the fad
that this b true, during the season just endinj
the Florida Gtrus Exchange has handled a pro
portion of the total crop of die state almost ono
third greater than b any preceding yeas.
m wr and talca part ci the annuel
tht cf recton aad oSeers of jour local asso-
FLQMDA CH2IIS MIMKSE, Tampa, Fia
MARION COUNTY CITRUS SUB-EXCHANGE
Ocala - -ISsT Florida
1 A J" LI VaU LZLJl
OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY. MAY 8, 1919
Salt Ocean Whiting
per lb. 10c
Thi3 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 something
thing something on the order of the the brine in
which Holland herring comes. The
fish is fat and juicy and makes an
. Mo TEAPOT
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,FL6.
No War Tax on Home Consumption
DR. G. A. H. EDMISTON
Veterinary Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phon 501. Office Phone 123
Oca la. Florida.
Cardui, th woman'
tonic, helped. Mrs. Wfl- r
liaa Eversole, of Hazel Q
shs writes: "I had a
cl my health. I was in
oed tor weeks, usaoieto
get up. I had such a
weakness and dizzines3,
. and the pains were
very severe. A friend
told me I had tried every- I
fhiflir else, whv cot 1 1
Ctrdui?... I did. and
soon saw it was helping
mo . After 12 bottles.
I aa strong and welL
The home of Mrs. J. Harry Walters,
on Oklawaha avenue, was the scene of
please phone One-Two-One (121). Mra wlr. w mtw
air. ana mrs. fierce 01 ueneview lfA. of i;w OTi
.w. ". t
Ae.TI YyA&Aa aritiietta Klns.nma
Mrs. Bittmger and Mrs. James ... 0-a .
Pyles are spending the day in Inver- Ln-iSUi. mae ft charmi mt W
neSS. I u 1 a. a. 11 m
a ucaumui cuub lo linger in. ine
bowls, jardinieres and hanging bas
kets of Easter lilies filled the air with
Mr. Duncan McDonald returned to-L rr ny. fo A
0 """" fcU I which threw into bold relief the lovely
wuticucss ui uie mica.
ir f fy 1 A J I M. UltrC&W& UA. UK UUU9C
xiuixi- uu3iiic8 iP w hn Eagter lilies and asparagus fern
The lilies were most artistically ar arranged,
ranged, arranged, bier vases of them heinc nlac
Patsy Gillen, one of the diligent ed on the newel cost and landing of
svuaenis ai me university 01 a loriaa, 1 the stairs, the fireplace was banked
is here on a Visit to his mother. I with the sam heantifnl flnwr nnrl on
the mantels were tall vases, each hold-
Mrs. B. H. Seymour has as herhnr a duster of the lone-.stemmed
guests lor a lew days her sister, Mrs. flowers. The dainty tracery of as-
i-ay ana ner motner, Mrs. MercK. 1 nasaPTis fern made a beautiful fringe
on all the walls of the rooms. In the
Peptona. tf Idininsr room was a a symnhonv in
Dink, the motif beincr most attrac-
laieuz. v. 1. Bryant, M. K. O.. is onitivelv carried out. The dinino- table
his way home from France and is ex- was covered with a lovely lace cloth,
peciea 10 iana az iNew xorK wiunn xne nn the center of which was placed a
next Week. ... . IVtnwl nf ninlf BWAAf. noas xintV vae4
of the same flowers on the serving
Messrs. Thomas Hackett and J. L.
Christie of South Georgia and J. R.
Christie of West Florida were visitors
to the city yesterday.
'Don't forget the splendid and event
ful picture, "Les Miserables," at the
Temple tonight. You will miss some
thing great, if you do not see it.
There will be a dance at Belleview's
pretty clubhouse this evening, and we
understand a number of our young
folks will attend. ,They may be sure
of a welcome.
table, buffet and china closet. The
pink motif was further carried out in
the pink candles in silver sticks.
The darkened rooms with their
softly shaded lights, lighted tapers in
crystal and silver holders, the frag fragrance
rance fragrance of the flowers and the dark
tracery of fern, made a fitting and
beautiful background for the elegant
gowns worn by the beautiful women
who called during the afternoon.
The hostesses of the afternoon,
Mrs. Walters and her mother, Mrs.
Johnson received their guests in the
music room, with that simplicity and
charm of manner which marks the
popular and finished hostess.
Mrs. Walters was attractively
gowned in white georgette crepe,
beaded in white in a wall of Troy de design.
sign. design. Mrs. Johnson never looked
more handsome or stately than gown gowned
ed gowned in black crepe, made en train.
In the library. Mrs. C. R. Ty dings
and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Robert
Tydings, a bride of the season, and
Mrs. -McDougal of McCall, Fla re received.
ceived. received. The punch table was placed on the
front porch and was artistically dec decorated
orated decorated with Easter lilies. During the
afternoon Mrs. CluTord Ayer and
Mrs. F. H. Logan served fruit punch
which was very refreshing on the
warm afternoon. Others who assist assisted
ed assisted here were little Miss Harriet Ar Armour
mour Armour and Master Jay Armour, niece
and nephew of Mrs. Walters, who
made a charming picture as they re received
ceived received the cards of the guests. Miss
Flowers for .Mother's
Sunday, May 11th
There could not be found a more
befitting and appropriate tribute to
the mothers who are present or
absent, than a beautiful cluster of
graceful, stately Eastei Lilies.
Orders filled for any quantity this
Mrs. George L. Taylor
18 N. Watula St.
Adele Bittinger, Miss Annie Davis,
Mrs. Anna Holder, Mrs. Ernest
Crook, Mrs. Futch, Mrs. S. T. Sis Sis-trunk
trunk Sis-trunk and Mrs. E. G. Peek assisted
in the reception hall. Mrs. Watt,
Mrs. T. E. Bridges. Mrs. Mamie
House Stovall and Mrs.' Lane looked
after the pleasure of the guests in the
library. Misses Sara Pearl Martin,
Irene Tompkins, Elizabeth Davis and
Sarah Dehon served in the dining
room, where during the afternoon
dainty refreshments were enjoyed,
which further carried out the charm charming
ing charming motif in pink: strawberry ice
cream served in tall stemmed glasses,
white cake with pink icing and pink
All during the afternoon above and
mingled with the bright bits of con conversation
versation conversation c.ould be heard the strains
of sweet music.
From 4:30 to 6:30 Mrs. Walters
and fcjrs. Johnson received their
guests, about one hundred and fifty
of their friends calling during those
hours. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Wal Walters
ters Walters are charming hostesses and an
invitation to their parties is eagerly
looked forward to and accepted.
fmjmmm n" 1
Large supply of Velvet Beans and
Chufas now on hand. The Ocala
Seed Store. 7-11-19
Messrs. Harry L. Borland, Will Tay
lor, F. H. Logan, T. I. Arnold and
Fred Hocker are in Orlando in at attendance
tendance attendance on the meeting of the State
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Williams and
little daughters have returned to their
home at Murdock, after a very pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit at the home of Mrs. Will
iams' .aunt, Mrs. G. T. Maughs.
The picture, "Hell-Roarin Reform,1
at the Temple last night, was certain certainly
ly certainly a humdinger. Everybody should
take a night off and go see the pic picture
ture picture when Tom Mix is on the program.
Hie Woman's Tonic
Do yea feel weak, diz diz-sjt
sjt diz-sjt worn-out? Is your
lick cf good health caused
from ssy cf the coin
pliists so common to
wcinta? Then why cot
give Csrdui a trial? It
should surely do for you
what it has done for so
women who suffered it
should help you
Ask some lady friend
who has taken Cardui
She will tell you how
helped her. Try Cardui.
e torso r
of other h i
Eered it 0
back to L C
All Drug gists
Sergeant Tyson Parramore, son of
Dr. Parramore, who has returned from
over a year's service in France, was
in town today, shaking hands with his
Ocala friends. Sergeant Parramore
was with that exceedingly necessary
organization, the Medical Reserve
Master Gerald Bouvier is looking
forward eagerly to a visit to Jackson
ville, where he expects to see the Ger
man submarine which will be at that
place. He will go down Saturday to
join his mother, Mrs. J. A. Bouvier,
and together they will return to Ocala
Mr. Bernard Blair of Miami is ex
pected to arrive in Ocala Sunday, to
meet his wife and baby daughter,
Elizabeth, who have been visiting
friends here, and after a few days
stay they will go to Lake Weir and
Hawthorn for a short, visi before re
turning to their home in Miami.
St. Margaret's Guild of Grace Epis
copal church will give a tea Wednes
day afternoon, May 14th, at the resi
dence of Mrs. H. B. Clarkson. There
will be a sale of cakes, candy and
fancy work of all descriptions. Every
one is most cordially invited to be
Our clever and energetic young
young friend, John Tarver, who re
turned from France a few days ago,
thinks he has rested enough, and
leaves today for Memphis, TeniL, to
resume the situation he held before
the war. He intends to stop in At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, to see his wounded comrade,
Sergeant Edward Green.
Mrs. J. M. Pirkle and her smart lit
tle boy, Scott, who have been guests
of the Arms- House all winter, leave
today to join Mr. Pirkle at the Semi
nole in Jacksonville. This pleasant
family has been a decided acquisition
to Ocala this season and their friends
hope to see them return next autumn.
Mrs. Pirkle and Scott will probably
spend the summer in the Adirondacks.
Miss Mary McDowell, this morning,
gave the Star a batch of excellent
books for the girls' industrial school. I
The school now has about 200 good
books, -some of them of the very best.
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk's contribution in included
cluded included the standard, works of Scott,
Dumas, Bulwer-Lytton and Cooper,
and the books generally are well
chosen and show a warm interest by
Ocala mothers in the girls at the
W. E. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
(Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
T. aT -v
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Driek Oraege Cra
OPEN an ice-cold bottle of this delightful drink today Fill your
glass to the brim with sparkling thirst-tempting Orange-Crush.
The glowing goodness of it sparkling like champagne will refresh
and invigorate you.
ealthy as the Orange
How delightfully it cools the parched palate I
Luscious as the dew-drenched orange, the
sweet, yet tang-like flavor of Orange-Crash is
infinitely more zestful, more satisfying.
Orange-Crush contains the full natural flavor
of the orange, plus a carbonated piquancy
igh in Food Value
delightfully and skillfully blended No matter
how, hot the day, at home or away; morning,
noon or night, you'll always enjoy Orange
Crush. Drink it anywhere and often as you like.
Orange-Crush, served ice-cold, is guaranteed to
bring you thirst-quenching joy always.
mm m mm aw
We bottle Orange-Crush in strict conformity
with the most rigid sanitary requirements', and
personally guarantee it to be the perfect family
5c by the Bottle
Orange-Crush is obtainable by the bottle or by
the case wherever soft drinks are sold. Buy
an ice-cold bottle of Orange-Crush today. Then
, order a case for the family.
Less by the Case
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Jr 4, iiirior..ii)iii!Vcl i.,..m-
Hats in White, Black and all the Pretty Light and
Pastel Shades. It is impossible to display in our
windows even a sample of what we really have to
"show," so we extend to all a cordial invitation to
come in and see them. We have Hats for all occa occasions
sions occasions in all the latest styles and combinations.
HAIR GOODS AND HAIR WORK A
Affleck Millinery Parlor
Ocala House Block
Ocala - - - Florida
Miss Mamie Taylor, who has been
spending a few weeks in Atlanta, has
naval air service and his time of en-
istment is not up for a year, altho'
when it is up he has been offered a
commission for Panama.
Mrs. R. S. Hall is entertaining at a
moving picture party this afternoon
in honor of her sister,s Mrs. Mc Mc-Dougald
Dougald Mc-Dougald of McCall, Fla., who is visit visiting
ing visiting her.
Among those who assisted at the
Walters-Johnson reception yesterday
afternoon, the names of Miss Madge
Pedrick and Miss Frances Agnew
were unintentionally omitted.
Mrs. Ben Cook of West Palm Beach
arrived in Ocala today for a visit
with her son, Mr. Fred Cook and fam family.
ily. family. Mr. and Mrs. McCarley and
baby also arrived today from DeLand
to visit Mrs. McCarley's brother, Mr.
Mrs. B.-E. Thorp has just received
a telegram from her son, B. R. Chap Chapman,
man, Chapman, that he has just landed in the
states and she is eagerly looking for forward
ward forward to the time when he will be
home again. Mr. Chapman is in the
FUHERAL. DIRECTORS and EHBALHERS
No charge for delivery of caskets anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, V SAM R. PYLES JIL,
Office Phono 10 fJight Phonos 225 or 423
THE POLICY FORMS OF
MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE
have been evolved from a long
and carefully obsehved exper experience.
ience. experience. They conform to the laws
of equity inherent in the
mathematics of the business,
and adhere' closely to its basic
principle, MUTUALITY. They
carry into effect the name of
the company, which pledges the
application of the good of the
WHOLE to the affairs of each
LT.IZLAR, GARY BLOCK
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HOT SPOT Chalmers
flattens ihe htlls
V pAT many persons enjoy the rare luxury of
f- toohng themselves about the hill-climbing ability
A. -IL of their prided cars.
If you put enough power underneath the bonnet
you kk get over any hill this side of the ps. -p.
But big engines don't make; tire bestlhill-clmlbers any
more than a bear can climb )a tree faster than a caf.
K.Take the Hot Spot Chalmers. Youon't have to
make up your mind a quarter of a mile away to turn loose
the power for a fast run up the hill.
v You can slow down and take it at a slow speed. For it
,"ailii0 u over wimout a wnimper. That is
the real test of a hill-climbing car. Try it.
Just why a Chalmers flattens the hills is explained in
three major words: Hot Spot and Ram's-horn. These
simple little devices mean that for every pint of gas that
goes into the engine out comes every bit of power that
Mother Nature stored away in that pint.
It means you re getting more for your
money every time the engine "turns over"
than with any other car.
Which ought to make anyone buying a
car now take a look at this present day Hot
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
J as. D. McDonald will regret to learn
hat they intend to move away from
Ocala in about three weeks. Mrs.
McDonald is teaching in the primary
department of the school now, but as
soon as school is out they are mak
ing arrangements to move.
Mrs. W. N. Lane, her sister, Mrs.
J. S. Cowart and son, Martin Cowart,
with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sirmons of
Arlington, Ga., arrived in Ocala yes
terday from a delightful motor trip
through South Florida. They report
ideal weather, good roads and a most
enjoyable trip. Mrs. Cowart and son
and Mr. and Mrs. Sirmons left this
morning in their car for their home
in Georgia. They are delighted with
Florida and are looking forward to a
WANTED. LOST. FOUND, FOB
SALE, FOR BENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Four well furnished
sleeping rooms; thoroughly screened;
bath and other conveniences. Apply
to Mrs. A. M. Kichline, at Oklawaha
Inn, 239 Oklawaha Ave. 8-6t
FOR SALE A real automobile;
six-cylinder Liberty, 1919 model.
DTiven less than 500 miles. See
Lester Lucas Saturday noon. 2t
Lot us quoto you prices
on a r.lonumcnt or Hoad Hoad-stono
stono Hoad-stono to mark the last rest resting
ing resting placo "of your loved
OCALA MARBLE 170RKS
E. W. LEAVEN GOOD, Mgr.
N.' Magnolia SL
FULL STOCK CORD REPAIR MATERIAL
We can Repair, All, Malces o! Cord Tires.
Our Repairs are "Backed by Ten Years'
Tires and Tubes to Fit All Rims.
DODGE TOURING CAR For sale.
New top, mechanically good condition.
Good tires. A barsrain. Maxwell-
Chalmers Agency. Ocala, Fla. 8-6t
FOUND A place where all kinds of Hi
second hand household furniture
can be turned into cash. Apply to L.
Hurst, at B. Goldman's, Ocala. 24-lm
FOUND A pair of gold nose glasses.
Can have same if called for at 212 S.
Second St. and paying for this ad.
FURNISHED ROOMS-Four fur furnished
nished furnished rooms for rent until Nov. 1st.
Suitable for light housekeeping. Call
at 213 S. Pine St. 6-3t
FOR SALE A light Buick six. iate
1917 model, in perfect mechanical
condition and looks fine, new storage
battery, four new Fisk non-skid tires
just put on (never.run at all), bumper
and spare time. A bargain. Time on
part, if desired. The Maxwell Agency,
Ocala, Fla. . 66t
FOR RENT Bungalow at corner of
Fifth and Tuscawilla streets. For in
formation apply to L. B. McKenzie. 6t
FOR SALE Pair of good mules.
Will sell cheap for qash. S. ,S. Sav Savage
age Savage Jr., Ocala, Fla. 3-10t
FOR SALE 14 acres land, large
house, barn, good well with pump;
2 miles out on Silver Springs road.
A real bargain and with good terms.
See S. S. Savage Jr., Ocala, Fla. 3-10t
WHITE TOURING CAR In perfect
condition in every respect. Never
used a great deal; A real bargain. Ap
ply at the Maxwell-Chalmers Agency,
AN OPPORTUNITY Trade for
stock or sell Baby Grand touring car;
neV paint; new top; good proposition.
What have you? P. O. Box 108. 36t
- i x -' : --. .?'
Let Us do Your Family
Wash. All Flat Work
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LOST Valuable information by not
reading this advertisement where you
can get long-distance hauling done.
Special attention to farmers for mov moving
ing moving vegetables to shipping point. Call
on or write L. E. Yonce, Ocala, Fla. tf
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
WANTED--Your stove, range and
refrigerator repair work. We also
buy and sell second hand stoves. Acme
Stove Hospital 326 North Maagnolia
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. 11
Livingston, Ocala, Fla. 17-tf
WOOD 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-lxn
Careful Estimates made en &H Con
tract work. Gives Hore and Better
Work for the Honey tian any other
Late 1917 Mocle!
LOOKS FINE. NEW STORAGE BATTERY
Fisli Non SIdd Tires lust put on all
around. Never run at all.
Spare Tire, Tuke and Bumper
Part time, ii desired
WHITE STAR LINE
tmmm mm r ii ywwii mmmm v m i imni i Vlfci tj
contractor In tha city.
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