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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Weather Forecast : Local showers
probably tonight and Saturday, except
OGALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 919.
VOL. 26, NO. 11.1
fair northwest portion.
PJ1. III!
VICTORY LOAN OVER
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VICTORY LOAN MUST SUCCEED
OR FAIL IN MT FEW DAYS
Appeal lladt By Headquarters To Works To Put. Full Fore
Behind Driye During- The Rest Of Campaign.

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SIAVEHY"

Will Deliver an Address to the People
of the Bravest Little Nation
in the World
Paris, May 9, (By the Associated
Fress.) President Wilson will .visit
Belgium soon, it is understood, and
will make an important speech during
his trip through that country. :
' CONSIDERING AUSTRIA
Paris, May 9. (By the Associated
Press.) Both the council of four and
the council of foreign ministers re resumed
sumed resumed tkeir sessions this morning,
the former giving special attention to
impending negotiations between the
Alliesand Austrians, and the latter
discussing reports on the boundaries
ofthe former Austro-Hungarian ter territories
ritories territories PAGE IS TIRED
ParisMay 9, It was stated in

high quarters here today that Amer American
ican American Ambassador Page to Italy would
resign upon the conclusion of peace.
NO MORE AUSTRIAN NAVY
Paris, May 9. The naval terms of
the treaty to be, presented to Austria
as they have been completed will en entirely
tirely entirely wipe out the Austrian navy. All
ships, large and small, will be surren surrendered,
dered, surrendered, their disposition among the Al Allies
lies Allies to be adjusted later.
HANG Hp
London, May 9. The captain of a
German submarine arrived in London
from Spain yesterday and was placed
in the Tower. The Star understands
he was commander of the submarine
which sank several hospital ships.
CONSPIRACY DISCOVERED
London, May 9. A conspiracy to
induce British sailors to mutiny and
soldiers to demobilize themselves by
marching out of their barracks has
been descovered, according to the
Daily Mail. The premises of various
persons were searched and documents
seized.
y CHINA WONT SIGN )
Paris, May 9. (By the Associated
Press.) The Chinese delegation haa
received cabled instructions from Pe Peking
king Peking not to sign the peace treaty on
account of the Kiao Chau and Shan Shantung
tung Shantung settlement.
CAN'T PRONOUNCE IT
Copenhagen, May 9. Superior
Czech forces after a bitter struggle
have gained a footing in the town of
Magyszecseny, the Hungarian su supreme
preme supreme army command announces, says
a Budapest dispatch.
SEEK A SITE FOR v
AERIAL LANDINGS
The Board of Trade has referred to
its new industries committee the mat matter
ter matter of locating for the United States
aerial service a landing field in -or
near Ocala, with a view to putting
his city on an aerial mail route.
OPPOSE PUBLICITY MEASURE
The Marion County Board of Trade
went on record last night as being op opposed
posed opposed to the creation of the proposed
"commissioner of immigration and
publicity" for Florida. The matter
had been referred to the publicity
committee of the trade Organization
and last night Mr. E. C. Bennett,
chairman of the committee, asked that
action be taken in the matter by the
board as a whole. Mr. Bennett point pointed
ed pointed out that the bill to create the new
office carried a large appropriation
among other things. He also pointed
out that the publicity resulting from
the creation of the proposed office
fald be at the expense of many of
the small er counties in the state.
COMMITTEES APPOINTED
At thenjeeting of the Board of
Trade laUT jhight President Duval an announced
nounced announced the appointment of the mem members
bers members of the educational committee and
the agricultural committee of the or organization.
ganization. organization. The members of the edu educational
cational educational committee are: W. T. Gary,
chairman; W. H Cassels, J. E. Chace,
E. II. Martin and F. R. Hocker. The
agricultural committeemen are J. M.
Meffert, chairman, Z. C. Chambliss, L.
S. Light. Rush H. Todd and A. C.
Blowers.
BLITCHTON
Blitchton, May 7. Dr. Blitch is ex expected
pected expected home today from South Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Rawls of Miami
are spending some time with their
sons, Messrs. Kerns and Clarence
Bnwls. -
Jecond Lieut. Leon P. Irvine of
Concord, Ga., who has been statipned
at San Antonio, Texas, is the guest of
Messrs. Landis and Loonis Blitch.
We are enjoying the showers of the
past few days.
Our community regrets to hear of
the illness of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Har Harris
ris Harris of Morriston.
Mr. J. W. Coulter has purchased a
tractor for his farm.
-Mrs. Ella Crumpton and Miss Lou
ise Crumpton of Fellowship and Mrs.
Tom Proctor of Ocala were Sunday
gucst3 of, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Blitch.

Louis District First to Go Over
the Top With Its Sub Subscriptions
scriptions Subscriptions (Associated Press)
Washington, May 9. Victory Loan
subscriptions today had reached a
total of more than three billions.
ST. LOUIS FIRST
Washington, May 9. The treasury
today officially recognized the claim
of the St. Louis district to having ex exceeded
ceeded exceeded its Victory Loan quota by sub subscribing
scribing subscribing more than one hundred and
ninety-five millions, and thereby win winning
ning winning the honor of being the first dis district
trict district to go over the top.
BREAKING UP ON STEEL
Washington, May 9. The resigna resignation
tion resignation of the department of commerce's
industrial board is expected in official
circles today as a result of the rail
road administration's refusal to ac accept
cept accept the board's schedule of steel
prices.
FORCES GAINER FOR
CLEAN-UP WEEK
Committee in Charge of Districts Al Already
ready Already Making a Survey of the
Situation '
Plans for "Clean-Up Week" in
Ocala, beginning Monday, May 12,
are rapidly taking form, and strong
forces are being massed for the at attack
tack attack on filth, insanitation and un un-sightliness.
sightliness. un-sightliness. The committees to con conduct
duct conduct the campaign in the five dis districts,
tricts, districts, into which the city has been
divided, have been named and have
already begun an inspection to deter determine
mine determine what the situation is. Every
ugly and unsanitary spot will be
sought out and listed and on Monday
the attack will begin.
' Assurances have been given that
the children of the Ocala schools and
the Boy Scouts will join, in the. cam campaign.
paign. campaign. The committees from the
Woman's Club, Rotary Club and the
Board of Trade that will conduct the
campaign are: Misses Elizabeth Davis
and Mabel Meffert and L. T. Izlar,
second ward; Mrs. H. M. Hampton,
Mrs. Watterson Tucker and Mr. Jake
Brown, first ward; Mrs. S. T. Sis Sis-trunk
trunk Sis-trunk and Mr. Z. C. Chambliss, third
ward; Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe and Mr.
F. R. Hocker, fourth ward, and tlrs.
E. A. Osborne, Mr. John L. Edwards
and Mr. J. W. Akin, city inspector,
the business section of the city.
' Prof. McCall, principal of Howard
Academy, will direct the campaign
among the colored people of the city.
Frof McCall conducted a most suc successful
cessful successful campaign of this kind several
years ago.
The city firemen have been busy
yesterday and today putting Hazel
Park in shipshape, and thus setting
an excellent example. v
WORK FOR CLEAN-UP WEEK
There are many reasons for a
"Clean-Up Week" such as will be held
in Ocala beginning Monday, May 12,
under the direction of the Woman's
Club, the Rotary Club and the Board
of Trade.
' An outline ot work to be done in
making a clean city is as follows:
Remove all weeds wherever found.
Weeds choke the grass of lawns, and
where rank in growth they are breed
ing places for mosquitoes.
Cut the grass. It gives the town a
clean-cut appearance.
Remove old fences. It is cheaper
than painting or rebuilding or repair repairing,
ing, repairing, and makes a neater looking yard.
Trim the trees. It is good for the
trees, if done properly.
Remove dead trees. They are un unsightly
sightly unsightly and breeding places for, in insects.
sects. insects. They lack life.
Hide ugly spots with attractive
shrubs and vines.
Remove all old lumber. It is an eye
sore. It is not good for the lumber to
have it lying around. A pile of old
lumber may easily start a fire.
Remove all old posters and signs.
They are unsightly and detract from
the new ones.
Cut the dead wood out of the trees
and shrubs. It is good for them.
Remove all tin cans. They breed
mosquitoes.
Provide covers for garbage cans. It
prevents the breeding of mosquitoes
and flies.
Clean up all empty store rooms.- A
clean storeroom is more sanitary, has
a greater rent value, and does not de detract
tract detract from adjoining stores.
Clean all store windows. A dirty
w'ndow gives a display a dirty ap appearance.;
pearance.; appearance.; Remove leaves and trash from the
gutters. They clog-the drains and
sewers. t
Remove the moss from the tele-:
phone and telegraph wires. It breaks
the wires, destroys insulation and
causes short circuits."
Remove all trash piles. They start
fires. .., .!
Clean sidewalks and clean streets.
TTipv nr thp tliorotifhfarps lpflHinc
I to the houses and business district.

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NC-4 Had to Alight, but the Other
Planes Safely Made the Voy Voyage
age Voyage to Halifax

(Associated Press)
Chatham, Mass., May 9. The naval
seanlanp NfL4 w tw if rw.
ham harbor by a motor boat from the
Chatham aviation station this
morn
ing. The plane was first sighted by
a guard at the station. The members
of her crew reported they were com comfortable
fortable comfortable and had passed the night on
a calm sea. Only one engine of the
seaplane was in service, the other
three being disabled on the trip from
Rockaway. The other two planes
which left Rockaway yesterday arriv
ed at Halifax safely early last eve
ning, v
TWO DAYS FOR REPAIRS
Washington, May 9. Commander
Read telephoned the navy department
today from Chatham, Mass., that two
days were required to repair the
motors of seaplane NC-4. He said that
when the repairs had been made the
plane would proceed to Newfoundland.
HELD UP BY FOG
Washington, May 9 The departure
of the seaplanes NC-1 and NC-3 from
Halifax for Trepassey Bay, N. F., on
the second leg of the trans-Atlantic
flight has been postponed until tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, the navy department was inform informed
ed informed by wireless today from Halifax.
WAITING AT THE AZORES
Punta Delgado, Arozes, May 9.
(By the Associated Press.) The Am American
erican American destroyer tender Melville arriv arrived
ed arrived here today from New York for
duty in connection with the naval
trans-Atlantic flight.
ADOPT FORMAL RESOLUTIONS
.ENDORSING HIGHWAY ROUTE
The Marion County Board of Trade
as a whole endorsed the proposed
state highway route from Ocala to
Tampa, by way of Dade City and
Plant City, at the meeting of the .or .or-ganiaztion
ganiaztion .or-ganiaztion last night. The good roads
committee of the trade body had al already
ready already gone on record as favoring the
route, but had adopted no formal res resolutions.
olutions. resolutions. The resolutions adopted last
night were as follows:
'Whereas, it has been proposed that
one of the .state highways shall be
routed from Ocala to Tampa; and,
"Whereas, the Marion V County
Board of Trade is of the opinion that
this highway should follow the short shortest
est shortest possible route consistent with ser
vice to the greatest number, with the
greatest benefit materially, and the
greatest scenic beauty and pleasure to
be derived therefrom; and,
"Whereas, a route running south
from Ocala, parallel to the S. A. L.
railroad, through Summerfield, Sum Sumter
ter Sumter county, the northeast corner of
Hernando county, Dade City to Plant
City and thence to Tampa, connecting
at Dade City with a road into Polk
county, does, in the opinion of the
Marion County Board of Trade, pass
along the ridge of the state, and meet
the requirements named; and,
"Whereas, the proposed route wquld
connect the county seats of Sumter
and Pasco counties, not connected by
other routes; and,
"Whereas, the Marion County
Board of Trade is informed that Sum
ter and Pasco counties and the north northeast
east northeast corner of Hernando county con contemplate
template contemplate large bond issues for good
roads; and,
"Whereas, the good roads commit committee
tee committee of this organization has gone on
record as favoring the new route;
therefore, be it
"Resolved that the Marion County
Board of Trade, in regular session,
Thursday night. May 8, 1919, does, as
a whole, hereby endorse as a route for
one of the state highways a road run running
ning running straight south from Ocala, thru
Summerfield, Sumter county, the
northeast corner of Hernando county,
Dade City and Plant City to Tampa;
and, be it further
"Resolved, that copies of these res resolutions
olutions resolutions be sent to the state highway
commission, to the commercial organ organizations
izations organizations at Bushnell, Brooksville, Dade
City, Plant City and Tampa, the Pasco
Good Roads Association, and other
commercial and good roads organiza organizations
tions organizations in the state.
A DEATH TRAP IN OCALA
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 Ocala Evening Star.
We have no crush of traffic in Ocala,
but two of its principal sidewalks are
used as a "short cut" by the auto
drivers who speed as they please. The
attention of the city marshal, city at attorney
torney attorney and the mayor has been called
to this dangerous practice, but to no
avail. Probably nothing but a human
life Will move them, or, what is worse,
the people who permit it. M.
Dirty sidewalks and dirty streets soon
make dirty home and dirty streets.
Use paint freely. It preserves wood,
metal and stone.
Replace broken window panes. They
give your house or business a broken
or patched-up appearance.

Terms of the Treaty arc Proving
Bitter Dose to the
Teutons

I xnursaay, juay o uy tne
ssted Fress.)-Condemnation of
tne Peace terms expressed by all
i n.GWpaperS re, those of the extreme
U f I A A. 1 ...
rexerrin uj me conaitons as
"unfillable" and to the treaty as "an
instrument of robbery."
INTEND TO CALL BOLSHEVIKS IN
Berlin, May 9. (By the Associated
Press.) "There's only one immediate
solution peace with Russia and the
use of Bolshevik troops for Germany,"
Herr Geisberth, one of the German
delegates at Versailles is quoted by
the Neue Zeitung as declaring in ref reference
erence reference to the peace terms submitted.
DELEGATES ARE DIVIDED
Paris, May 9. The German dele delegates
gates delegates to the peace congress are con considerably
siderably considerably divided among themselves in
their views on the peace terms sub
mitted by the allied and associad pow powers,
ers, powers, it was admitted today by high
British authority, according to a
Reuters' dispatch.
CONSIDERING THE
QUENCES
CONSE-
London, May 9 In a review of Ger
man opinion on the peace terms,
Reuters' Berlin correspondent says
the remark is heard on all sides in
Berlin is "rather anarchy than slav
ery," and that all the people are dis
cussing the consequences of refusal
by Germany to sign the treaty.
TRADE BODY ADOPTS
M COHSTITUTI
Town and County Committee was Ap
pointed Last Night by Presi
dent Duval
The new constitution and by-laws
of theMarion County Board of Trade
were adopted very quickly at the
meeting of the organization last
night. Provision is made for, active
and contributing members of the
trade body. Authority is given for
the establishment of such branch of offices
fices offices in other communities in the
county as the board of governors may
deem necessary. The board of gov governors
ernors governors will consist of twelve members,
seven of whom shall be residents of
Ocala and five residents of the county
outside of Ocala. Three members of
the board of governors will constitute
a quorum.
It will be interesting to know that
this is one of the few commercial or organizations
ganizations organizations in the United States that
takes in an entire county. There is
a board of trade in the middle west,
organized after the Marion County
Board of Trade that has obtained
nation-wide publicity on the strength
of the fact that its membership cov covers
ers covers an entire county. It is considered
a big thing and it is, and the plans
are to make the Marion County Board
of Trade more thoroughly a county
organiaztion than ever before.
At last night's meeting President
I. W. Duval announced the members
of the town and county committee,
which was suggested by Louis H.
Chazal, secretary of the trade body,
in the program proposed by him for
the year's work of the organization.
The new committee will be in the na nature
ture nature of a reciprocity committee, and
its purpose will be to assist the var various
ious various communities in the county with
any special problem of their own that
they desire to have assistance in solv solving.
ing. solving. The members of the committee
as named by President Duval are: H.
L. Borland, chairman; C. C. Balkcom,
E C. Buchler, J. W. Davis, J. T.
Rawls, W. M. Gist, Sam Leigh, H. D.'
Stokes and W. W. Stripling.
BURBANK
Burbank, May 7 Mrs. J. H. Adams
and Miss May Pastre were in Ocala
on a shopping trip Friday.
Mrs.-Walls returned to Jacksonville
Saturday after a short visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Watson.
Mrs. v. ii. Turner entertained as
dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. JEL
I. Turner and Miss Einey White.
Last week Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Chaf Chaffee
fee Chaffee and Mr. and Mrs. Barton Walker
enjoyed an all day fishing trip at
Lake Kerr. They were successful
and had a most enjoyable time.
' Friends are glad to see Mr. Ed
Blankenhorn about again after an at attack
tack attack of rheumatism.
Mr. Raleigh Priest, Misses Rrfey,
Mozelle Priest and Ola Waterman
vere visitors at Anthony Sunday.
Mrs. W. C. Bogue and children,
Dorothy and Billie, returned Tuesday
from Palatka, where they have spent
the past week visiting Mr. and Mrs.
John Tilghman. :
Mr. F. M. Chaffee and Mr. Hughie
McManus made a business trip -to
Ocala Friday.
Call and see the big Republic truck.
It will take the load of. your heavy
hauling off your hands. R. R. Car Carroll
roll Carroll agent, Ocala, Fla. d&w

LEND

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Th Victory Loan drive Is drawing
to a dote.
Whatever remains to be done must
McompUihed In the next few daje
r the opportunity will be gone for forever.
ever. forever. This Is the last great popular war
loan. It is In reality the nast chance"
the people of the Sixth Federal Re Reserve
serve Reserve District will have to lnveit In
the Liberty and Victory isiuee of Gov Government
ernment Government securities. It Is now or never.
";The quota-assigned to this district
has been nearly reached. But unless
every person who can, 'even through
a sacrifice of luxuries or comforts, in invests
vests invests to their limit It might be a fail
ure. In all past campaigns the South Southeast
east Southeast has responded nobly. It must not
fall now in this final drive.
The loan must be a success. It has
behind it the solemn call of a great
National duty to our soldiers and sail
CONDITION OF THE
DELAND-DAYTONA ROAD
(Daytona Journal)
A Journal subscriber writes from
Ocala inquiring about the condition of
the DeLand-Daytona road and declar declaring
ing declaring many people in Ocala and vicinity
are very much interested, desiring to
learn how to reach the beach the com coming
ing coming summer.
This letter prompts this suggestion
to the chamber of commerce: Prepare
a statement of road conditions advis
ing the best way for automobiles to
reach the beach. Have this statement
published in the papers at Ocala,
Gainesville, Orlando, Leesburg, Eus Eus-tis,
tis, Eus-tis, Sanford and Kissimmee. This in information
formation information will interest thousands of
people, and will bring fine returns to
Daytona Beach and Seabreeze.
For the information of Journal sub subscribers
scribers subscribers in the interior: Work on the
DeLand-Daytona road is at present
progressing very satisfactorily, but it
will be mid-summer or later before
the work is completed. The worst
stretch is being paved first and the
road is now passable. Motorists will
encounter some sand and rough
places. It is not the intention of the
county officials to close the road dur during
ing during construction.
PEDRO
Pedro, May 6. Last week's items
said we needed rain. Well, we got
it Saturday, and it didn't come in the
form of a shower, either; the water
fell in tonrnts fo ever two hours.
Hail fell too, but Jon't think it did
much damage.
Mr. Kimbal Perry and Miss Juanita
Pruitt attended a birthday supper at
Mr. Joe Smith's at Oxford Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening.
Mr. Walter Nichols and family and
Mr. A. D. Proctor and family went to
an ice cream and cake supper at Mr.
W. R. Nichols' of Long Hammock
Wednesday night.
We are sorry to report that Mr.
Will Swearingen is on the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Oliver's baby is
also sick.
Several from here attended the
cemetery working at Oxford Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. There was quite a crowd and
everybody was kept busy working, but
they didn't Set the cemetery entirely
cleaned. Lots of graves need atten attention
tion attention and another day should be. set
and everybody go and try to finish the
work. More people would have gone
Saturday if they had known about the
working.
Mr. J. P. Matlock and children were
shopping in Ocala Saturday.

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ors; the call of the nation's honor, and
the imperative call of its duty to the
rest of the world.
An appeal has been sent out from
headquarters to the workers to put
their shoulder to the wheel during the
remaining days of the drive; to. pull
together and push together and wind
up the campaign with a huge over oversubscription.
subscription. oversubscription. Some counties are lag lagging
ging lagging behind. Most of the counties will
go over. To fail now would leave a
blot on the record of the county which
does not reach Its qu6ta. That blot
would remain forever because ther
will not be another chance to "come
back."
The crowning work of patriotism for
this district would be for the people
to make the Victory Loan the greatest
of all loans to put every county la
the district over the top. Then we could
take pride in the feeling that we had
"finished the course."
SUICIDE AT COLEMAN
(Bushnell Times)
One of the saddest tragedies -that
has ever happened in Sumter county
was that of Mr. G. T. Caruthers of
Coleman, who committed suicide early
Wednesday morning by shooting him himself
self himself with a .38-calibre pistol through
the temple, the bullet going clear
through and coming out on the oppo opposite
site opposite side. We understand he left
three short notes, one saying "Life is
no good without Christ," and one to
his wife and little daughter, telling
them good-bye. The other note asked
some one to wire to Plant City and
stop a bill of lumber that he had or ordered
dered ordered to build a residence. Mr. Car Caruthers
uthers Caruthers had many friends all over Sum Sumter
ter Sumter county, he was a good business
man, well thought of and highly re respected
spected respected by everyone and in his death
Coleman and Sumter county loses one
of its very best citizens and the sad
affair is deeply regretted by everyone.
NOTICE TO DISCHARGED
SOLDIERS AND SAILORS
Particulars as to obtaining the
sixty dollars bonus for discharged
mh can be had by applying to the
undersigned. D. Niel Ferguson,
Chairman Civilian Relief Committee,
American Red Cross, Ocala, Fla.
EMERALD A
Emeralda, May 1. After some
time of dry weather, we are now en enjoying
joying enjoying some mighty fine rains. The
rains have put the farmers of this
section to' work opening up the
ditches.
Mr. Frank Vaughn shipped several
crates of beans last week and will
ship more this week.
If nothing prevents the spraying of
the orange trees will begin the latter
part of this week for white fly. All
the groves have a good crop of or oranges.
anges. oranges. Mrs. Overholster has received news
from her son In France. He expects to
be home by July 4th.
Blackberries are ready for the
pickers. Some of our people have, al al-leady
leady al-leady begun preserving the fruit.
Mr. Frank Overholster of Yalaha,
is over nearly every day now, gather gathering
ing gathering honey from his beehives. He's
selling it for $2.40 a gallon.
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 cf any of our subscribers with without
out without the owner's consent.

State Horticultural AsscktI;,!; :i
cides to Hold Its 1023 : :;
In Our City
A long distance message to 11
Chace last night, from II:. T

Logan, in Orlando, anncun.:.
State Horticultural As:cv:r.t
session at that place, hr. I
Ocala as its next meetir. y''
This association i3 one c: v!
est and most influential orr-..::i
in the state, and its n;Lc:l" -next
year means at lea. t 7 i
class visitors to the city, all f
will spread our good narr,e ever
ida, if we treat, them risht.
The Ocalans at Orlando
Messrs. F. H. Logan, T. I. A
Harry Borland, Will Taylor r. :
J. R. Moorhead. Mr. Logan i r r
cd the mayor of Ocala and t:. I:
Ciub. Mr. Taylor represents,!
Board of Trade. Mr. Lo-ar:, 1
phone message, gave Mrs. Mc;
the principal credit for obtain In
next regular meeting of as so ;
for Ocala, she having made a
speech in favor of our city.
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TRADE BODY COIIE!
LI01G STATE
Steps Have Been Taken to Get
Possible Information Co r re it.
Phillips Resolution.
The telegram of Mr. W. V,. I
representative from Lake Cit
ing that he had introduced a :
tion in the House of Rcprcf. ..:
for the purpose of having
capital moved to Ocala, vr r
the meeting of the Mar::-. C
Board of Trade last nirht.
be taken at once to cct all r .,
formation concerning the : ; :..
by Mr. Phillips, and the p!:;n ;.: -to
send a large delegation t,
hassee next Tuesday when t'. ; :
ticn introduced by Mr. Phili;- :
a special order.
Little could be done by tha
of Trade last night as verv Ktt I :
mation was available ur
base any action. There is a
termination, however, to ;;j
capital with might and rr.:.'.:.
soon as sufficient informal: :
obtained to warrant tal.in ;
steps in the matter.
CAN TRUTHFULLY BE CALL!
THE "UNIVERSAL C
Mr. Ed. Tucker, the arrcr.t f c r
Ford car in this community.
ceived the following copy cf n. I
from India, which will be Li,r;
not only to Ford riders, l ;t tn ;
generally:
Bangalore, India, Jan. C, I :
To the Ford Company, D..tr
TDear Sirs: I was readin.r a fV
vertisementa of different
autoes, pertaining to what tl.;
done in (his war. But r.oil.'.r i
our little Ford. So I'm writ:: : yr yr-few
few yr-few facts, which are as folic c:
In France 700 cars out cf l" '3 -..
Ford.
In Italy 850 cars out cf 1C20 v
Fords.
In Egypt 99G cars out cf ICO v:
Fords. i
In Mesopotamia 990 cars cut
1000 were Fords.
Under British capture, the f.r i i
in Bagdad was a FortL
The first car to cross the Ixr
mountains -was a Ford.
The first car in the genuine C: r.
of Eden was a Ford.
The first car in the holy 1 v.
Ford.
Lines of communicati.n c: ;
Fords by the hundreds frcn: :
to the Black Sea.

I have seen Fords ur: I
armored moving forts, c:
plants, water pumps, :
supply cars and lots of c tl
and they were always rc: l
thing at any time.
These statements are f
have served in action all t:.
countries named. And I
Ford the best auto in t! v
iron-mule-with-a-kick.
I remain, Your frier
Bosun Gil',
3133331-W. R. I. W. T.
A British -A.
P. S. Also when we i
Kut, the first thing we la-
a Ford with nothing left
under frame, bare wheel ;
Forty-five minutes aft.r
Ford was manned by a r.
and was on the chase of t!
Turks and the Cobra Hi;
Some Record
The above tells its own ;
have not added to, or d- '. r
it. one word or syllable, -doubtful
if a higher tril :
paid to the sterling merit::
around dependability cf a
than that comirfg to th
through this simple let r
dier, who would not hav
he has of the Ford car I
seen it deliver a service
not only in the history c
the history cf peace.
Peptcna.

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OCALA

Ifrflinr fT A n the drugstores make more, money on la just and symmetrical system or tax

VI 111 U 11 tl I H til Thursday afternoon than firms in any laws. Mr. Futch should have gone to

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Pabllshed Every Day Except Sudsy hj

STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
OF OCALA, FLA.

tt, fl. Carroll, President

v. Uareesood, Secretary -Treasurer! better make it unanimous. Public sen sen-J.
J. sen-J. ii. BeBjamim, Editor timent for that weekly half holiday

other business. We are glad they work at the beginning of the session
taken this step, "for it has always hurt to frame such a system. As it is, he

our feelings to see their clerks at is trying to put anotner paten on a
work at a time when those of most ramshackle and disproportionate

other firms wer restine. And now. I structure

we wonder, if the other business

houses in town don't think they had

HOT AIR IN THE HOUSE

OCALA SCHOOL AFFAIRS

TELEPHONES
ntutlae, Of&o ......... . . .Ftre-O
editorial Depart men r TwoSen
HESOJEa ASSOCIATED PRESS

The Associated Press la exclusively

The Tallahassee corresDondent of

is steadily growing and those who the Tampa Times writes as follows:

Entered at Ocala. Fla. Mstofnce as hold out against it are going to lose Tallahassee, May 8. This is likely
second-class matter. the most money. It is almost as hot to go down in history as one of the

now as it win oe m juiy, auu x ur -taiKiesv sessions oi the legislature
merchants are wise and merciful they on record. Going into the House on
will join Frank's, the O. K., the one 0f the field days when the orators

Smith Grocery Company and the five afe reachiner ud and tearing to nies

drugstores in closing next Thursday. an the circumambient atmosphere

that surrounds Leon county is like a
trip into the Cave of the Winds. Much

BE A CONGRESSMAN time has been wasted in oratory of

the type that never yet changed a

CoL R. F. Rogers, who has just re- vote and there are members of the

turned from a hurried trip to Jack- "ouse who wish that some sort of
sonville, where he went to confer with cloture rule might be adopted.

Frank Clark and other friends of the ine- House spent lour days last
con oxessman. informs us that Mr. I week debating ticky cattle and then

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I referred the whole bill, together with

li50 ernor of Florida in the next general the Epperson substitute, to the com-

V primary, but will be a candidate to miwee again to see u it couian t mane
,,.A v;,ii : u, a new start that would end in some-

Ulie yeft,r. In advance 29 r thinp- hpsirif Kmrinp- AnH so it cmoi
rix months, in advance 4.25 of Congress. iS?s L scoring, iina so it goes.
Three months, in advance 2.25 Tfce pressure was very strong by "nen the session ends and it was
One innth. In- advance tO inst hslf wnv in finiat. rn Thoqv

letter ana orany on air. iiarK to run i
for governor, but a pressure also was night it will be found, prediction has

entitled for the use for republication of I c ATMC PRFFFRS TO
all news dispatches credited to It orP' rur.rr.xw5 iu

not otherwise credited in this paper

ana aiso tne local news tmbiisnea

herein. All rights of republication, of

special cispatcnes nerein are also re-

tervea.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

Domealle
One year, in advance.....
Six months. In advance ..

Three months, in advance........
One month. In advance.. ..

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ADVERTISING RATES

ben made, that more than half the

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lay 1'iate iuc per inon rorcon-i . , .... I timp nf th. pntim ee;mi V,oc koan

secu'ive insertions. Alternate Inter-1 times nis talent ana aDinty wun tne
lrk0 rip experience of many years were spent ; on jus t seven measures in spite

iii timA. sT i- wh nw S needed in Conexess. as this country L"e xacw uiau uov unis nave oeen m-

4 Vpi?h V1 rShnV 3 well as all Europe are passing uuceu e xiouse aione. nowever
mnlm I through a construction period with ia may be a good thing at that. Of

international contentions and en-

the making of new laws there is no

toalrTfon l'ii6 lllhLhlV- largements that required a man to end and if some of them are killed
.SXSu .toierSoS?' f,"SS!S represent all the people who was just because of a mess of orators who

allowed on readers without extra com-1 : t4.- ft- a ;, wont

Leg-al advertisements at legral rates. I tional law.

i.iectros must be mounted, or charge

win te made ror mounting.

give time to anyone

think, why, maybe it's all for the best

C.nnrrrpssTYiaTi after oil. The seven measures on

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wnicn so mucn oratory nas neen or

Buy a bond.

Pay your pledge.

Mr. Rogers said

Clark's desire was to serve his coun

try in any position his friends called PJJ be spent are:

him trt tn: srvi Hut. xrielAeiA rt tViol vattle tlCKS.

argument, that he could be of much

better service to the people of Flor

Compulsory state-wide school at

tendance.

Citrus canker.
Free hog serum.
Woman's suffrage.
Reapportionment.
Constitutional convention.
Cattle ticks have grabbed off four

days of the House time at fully $1200

a day while about two days was spent

m debating compulsory school at

tendance. Free hog serum wasn't so

v"v X 4 AAn4 V wr Intra

! m,?.fn-y M"ngB ;rrrrvii cost another two days. Citrus canker,

Tomorrow is the last day to make ida and ih whole nation, than to be

Iuitxii viai a. win iiui lc tauuiuatc iui
governor in the next primary. He

tion to the Victory Loan came out of as no,w "turned to Wasngton to

w..v MVM v''V I W 4 All

on may iytn.

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Italy hasn't all of Wilson's fourteen

points, but so far as Fiume is concern

ed she has the nine points.

A LINE OMITTED

went to Tallahassee to do.

and constitutional

If your Victory. Loan pledge is not h The list should have been followed "," L.t :

made good by tomorrow night, it will by aline reading "To be Continued." :n T' Tw;

disgrace instead of honor you. .Not half the list of bond buyers has 7. rr ZwL:

. 1 haan ni-intoH Thora will ha aaH a.w.vMw v

. many more tomorrow, and yet.othe hjr JZ

are employing shirtsleeves diplomacy

m their Victory Loan campaign.
We would simplify matters great greatly
ly greatly if we would let the government do
everything for us and give it all our
' money. ':-.
, We don't know just what there is to
that state capital removal to Ocala
proposition, but we find ourself un unable
able unable to get excited over it.
Foch is dissatisfied with the treaty.
That isn't to be wondered at. "He
could have made a much better one in
about a twentieth of the time.

Our stocks of wheat in March, 1919,
were three times as large as a year
ago. Farmers are holding back their
wheat to get the government price of
-$2.26: per bushel.
The government has contracted to
sell to a leading airplane corporation
4608 motors and 2716 planes without
motors, for $2,720,000. The original
cost was over $18,000,000.
Adjutant General Christian asks
for $50,000 to reorganize the national
guard of the state. A well equipped
national guard is an absolute neces necessity.;
sity.; necessity.; .. ..y.. :.-
Premier Clemenceau of France has
received a resolution signed by 5,000, 5,000,-000
000 5,000,-000 American women demanding the
punishment of all Huns who perpe perpetrated
trated perpetrated crimes against women or girls
. in any allied country.
We want the spending of our good
road3 millions so safeguarded that we
shall have no high way robbery in
llorida. Tampa Tribune.

Highway building, not highway

i:bbery, might make a good slogan.
As will be seen by their advertise advertisement,
ment, advertisement, the Ocala drugstores have join-

IfJrJn. the Thursday half -holiday. This
is a praiseworthy move and one show showing
ing showing considerable public spirt, because

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COT CM -tA6 tAUSE AU.TH'COf

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PC? tfrt H A FEU-ER SAOMt MAO

VhTZT, n rf VI AS SO GOOD WEOtSSXO

WAFT A SUSSCaiOfL'M-THEM

A fe.AON COME lsl N SAID VA.Ett. UUft-

OAnO WAO ocrr aaoV4 stop?eo.

Thi ?me out -Them ccxhjdmt

oit varTHOvrf rr so semo rr

AatwM -Thm the phone rano

M AVOIClSAlO,fAVCE OVTt fAN At-

TMS UOCr EOVO M I COUUO UAME

COLO A OOXEtt AORE K A iXttSa

&MO"THS PAPCavS UKS A LETTER

PROSA HOME 4 WJE OOT A CVQr

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next week. All the names will be in

before the printing stops. We can't
print them any faster than the bank-

For some reason or another the

Senate does not seem to run so much

to hot air as the House. It has not

time, if you subscribed, and haven't iraminS-

paid the first instalment on your

bond, hike to the bank and make your

pledge good. Tempus fugit.

The Star has received a good many

compliments for its article of May 3,

jicuu&auk vug avovc senate ,xui iiis in-1 ,
tolerant refusal to hear the petition warjnth the world, and they are in

The German delegates to the peace
conference are reported to have said
that they will sign the treaty but
their country will not pay the indem

nity demanded. This is all bluff. The

Germans will have to, or renew their

from the negro convention. We are no !naPe to

too modest to publish them, but we d&dm
appreciate them all. Probably the ... n

most significant is the one paid us by A.ne geopnone, a umqu,; i
the county school board, made up of de invented by the French during

four as good democrats as ever lived.

the war to detect enemy tunneling

These gentlemen by virtue of their operations and to locate enemy artil-
nftsifcinn havA a Prpat Heal nf exnew ler 13 now bemS used.m Y1 Ameri-

of the colored people, some of whom catmg mmers entombed after a dls'

are present at almost every meeting cster

their schools. Some of their requests c, J u" 1017 VI w T
ho oT,fAH hnt. thov ar alwavJ States from April 6, 1917, to June 30,

T ."5 1.L 1919, will be $3005,000,000, compar

the refusal is always .kindly, worded, ed, with Engl and's war .Qenditue
As far as the Senate is concerned, it nrtce gust 1 1914 of $40 640,000,-

went off half cocked. It is more than r?"ce

likely that if the members had taken """'uuu'uuu ana anauas

a UttlA timA tn think, thpv wnuld have uwiwu

acted otherwise.

Great Britain's national debt is now

SnpaVW of the Tennessee doctor's over $25,000,000,000. This sum equals

aHvW for Hrla to 0-0 barefoot : until the cost of 180 Panama canals. If in

they are sixteen years old, the Hous- gold it would fill 800 fifty-ton railroad

ton Post declares "that would cive cars. ine goia Deaien out wouiu

them snreadhoof and no cirl can rae. make a shee of 8500 square miles,

jazz, hoola hoo, or jig with spread- enough to cover all Massachusetts.

hoof." Try the North Car-lina old

time-tried remedy, used in best so

ciety, of rubbing feet with green per

simmons Saturday night so you can
get on your shoes Sunday. Tampa

Tribune.

How about'those numerous times of

year when there are no green persim

mons?

Will Cose May 23 Prizes for Mili Military
tary Military Efficiency Entertainment "by
the Pupils Two Weks from this

Evening.

The military companies, of the

Ocala high school have shown a very
decided improvement in their drilling
durincr the past three weeks. This

improvement is due to the competi

tion and rivalry caused by the offer
for the last five weeks of school of a
half holiday each week to the squad

of each company doing the best drill

ing during the previous week. The
first squad of each company has won

once and the second squad twice. It

i2 thought that the prospect of a com

petitive drill the last week of school

would arouse still greater interest

and enthusiasm. To this end it is I

desired to raise about $25 to be offer

ed in prizes; $1 each to the privates

and $1.50 to the corporal of the win

ning squad of Company A, and 75c to

the privates and $1 to the corporal of
the winning squad of Company B. In Individual
dividual Individual prizes of $5 and $3 would be

offered to the best drilled privates of

Companies A and B, respectively. A

list of the officers and men will be

printed tomorrow.
BANK ENCOURAGES THE WORK
At the time the foregoing was writ

ten the intention was to raise this IE

prize money by small free will con contributions
tributions contributions from the friends of the
school. But when the matter was
mentioned in the Board of Trade

meeting Thursday evening, Mr. Z. C.

Chambliss very generously offered,
oi behalf of the Munroe & Chambliss

National Bank, to contribute the en

tire amount. This generosity is very
much appreciated by the cadets, thtir

officers and the school officials.

TRIPS ON THE RIVER

The school feels very grateful to

Mr. Carmichael for his generous offer
of the'Oklawaha river trip to all the
pupils of the school. He has taken one

boat load each Saturday for the past
two weeks and will continue to do so

until all the pupils have had the op

portunity of the trip. The sixth and
seventh grades will go tomorrow.

Those who are willing to offer their

cars in getting the children to the

springs and back, please notify the

principal of the school. It is neces

sary to leave town about 9 o'clock in

the morning and return for the chil

dren about five in the afternoon. It

is hoped that no child will miss this
trip for want of a way to get to the

springs.
COMMENCEMENT

The Ocala schools will close May

23rd. The commencement sermon will

be preached at the Temple theater
Sunday morning. May 25th, by Rev.

C. M. Brittain. The graduatmg ex-

ercises of the eighth grade will take

place Monday the 26th. The hour and

place have not been definitely deter

mined. The regular graduating exer exercises
cises exercises of the high school will take place

at the Temple theater Monday eve

ning, May 26th. Dean H. R. Trusler
of the law college. University of

Florida, will deliver the address.

On the evening of the 23rd, the
senior class, assisted by -other pupils
of the high school, will give a class

play entitled. "A College Town."

Needham's orchestra and the music
department will add variety to the

evening's entertainment by furnishing
good music. The expenses of this play
will be considerable, therefore it will

be necessary to charge a small ad

mission. But it will be the most en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable "show" that any one in Ocala

has attended for some time. Encour-

atre the seniors by "talking up" the

play among your friends and by tak

ing tickets when the ticket sellers give

you a chance.

Peptone.
Peptone Tonir.

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acknowledged is a vic-

neglected

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your eyes,

win a victory by giving them atten

tion today.
Dr. K. J. Weihe.
Eyesight Specialist
. Graduate Optometrist

With Weihe Co., Jewelers. Ocala, FlaJ

SPECIAL TO 2
' SAVE MONEY

Flour, plain and self rising,

96-lb. sack

. . .$6.65

.$3.35
.$1.70

At the meeting at the Trianon pal

ace, when the peace terms were hand

ed to the German delegates, they are

reported to have acted with as much
insolence and ill-breeding as though
they had been the conquerors. Presi

dent Wilson sat still, leaned back in

his chair with his hands in his pock- Flour, plain and self rising,

eis. iviarsnai s ocn am not even iook 4-id. sacK
at the Germans. He was probably Flour, plain and self rising,
crnY-in rr hrknr fft'hif thorn th hnrrlestl 24-lb. Sack,

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Wanoxr Rlne Rose Rire ner lh.:..12c

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xl mere is any creuence 10 ue piaceu Grits, best fine, coarse and

in reports, Japan is much disgruntled medium, per lb 6c
over the peace treaty, and holds Am- Navy and Lima Beans? per lb..l2c

erica responsible. They are calling Packages or femoKing lODac lODac-TociAa
TociAa lODac-TociAa wjit nomoc co, U. S. Marine, Sensation, Red

Maim fkA; ri;o "Tiwsn;a i .10.6...

utspuw, iransiurraeu lutiser, are Thick Pluo- Chenno- Tobacco, all

some of the mildest epithets which! kinds 30c

they hurl at him. Tampa Times.

mey don't abuse mm any more

than some Americans do.

Here is an opportunity to save money on your pur purchases
chases purchases of every day necessities. These prices
will prevail until June 1st.

..88c

Snuff, all kinds, size 2 oz. ..10c
Best Florida Syrup, per gallon.. $1.00

Five string Brooms, each 80c., 90c $1

Tall Pink Salmon, per can 20c
6-lb. Crisco $1.90
3-lb. Crisco 95c

1 -lb. Crisco 48c
Macaroni, three packages for....25e
Pie Peaches, No. 3 20c
Pie Peaches, No. 2, two for 25c
Table Peaches, No. 3 30c
Table Peaches, No. 2 20c
Fancy Mackerel, each 15c

Camel Cigarettes, 20c ..15c
Reyno Cigarettes, 10c 8c
Soverign Cigaretes, 8c 6c
Lucky Strike Cigarettes, 20s 15c

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Gov. Catts has named "twenty-five

delegates to attend the conference

called at New Orleans to discuss the
cotton situation. Marion has no rep representatives,
resentatives, representatives, altho our county raises
much more cotton than some of those

which are assigned delegates.

Joan of Arc is not, as some people

think, the patron saint of France, but

i the women of all the world who are

working for justice, peace and mercy
want a patron saint they might give
Joan that exalted office. Her name is
an inspiration to all that is beautiful
and good.
Representative Futch is still work

ing for his income tax bill. The state

'--" f"r.rv.a tax. It needs

Full Line of Staple andiFaney Groceries.

The Above are Strictly "Cashfand Carry

Prifees. Only Special Orders Delivered.

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Block West of Commercial Bank Bldg.
Powers Building,

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The person catching the largest fresh
water bass between this .time and Sep September
tember September 1st. with supplies bought from us
will be given $25.00 worth of Fishing
Tackles. For information see

West Side -of Courthouse Square
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bakings no re-bakings. It never loses its
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Calumet is the world's biggest selling Bak Baking
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world's housewives that it is the most dependable and
economical. Used in the U. S. Army and Navy. A
product of the largest, finest, most sanitary baking
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, . , , r cry tngredunts together. Then work
3 Level teaspoonfuk Calumet Baking in shortening thoroughly. Sext add
Powder cold milk or water, mixing to a toft
l rt t,mfl ,nu dough. Turn dough on floured board
1 Level teaspoonful salt end roU cut lightly till one-half inch
3 Level tablespoon fuls shortening thick. Cut into biscuits and lay in
baking pen.. Let stand for fire min
lVi Cups milk or water utes; then bak in hot oven.
This it positively one of the best biscuit recipes ever formulated. Cut cut
and paste in your recipe book for future reference.
A IVord of Warning Uorfo Listening To
When you buy a pound of Calumet you get a full
pound16 oz. Some high priced baking powders are
now being put-on the mantet in 12-oz. cans instead
of a pound. Be sure you are getting a pound when
.you want it No short weights with Calumet.

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IIA3IPSHIRE PIGS FOR SALE

Four months old, as live as you
ever saw; $15 each. Only five left.

Also one year-old boar. Nathan Mayo,

Summerfield, Fla. 2S-12t
Peptone is sold in Ocala at Genu's
Drujr Store at one dollar per bottle, tl

Peptona.

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UNDERTAKERS czd EOOAIIIERS
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AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates mads cn all Ccr.
tnvct trork. Give 3 Itort end Better
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COMMENCEMENT HATS
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
SPECIALTY
Affleck Millinery Parlor

Oca

Ocala House Block

Florida

REBUILDING TIRES BY VULCANIZING

Is 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
left on which to rebuilo,
and most tires and tubes
are in this class. Startot
economize.

VULCANIZE!

7

J OZdawaba Ave.

Ocala, Fla.

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
week.

Mrs. George L. Taylor
" 18 N. Watula St.

Day

iliii 'UieEs

If yoa have any society items,

please phone One-Two-One (121).

Mrs. Alex Woods of Plant City is

visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Woods.

Mrs. B. A. Weathers is the euest of

her daughter, Mrs. George Ford in
Jacksonville.

BLACK-SIABTIN

?IUKG FEVER

W j are glad to report that Mrs. B.
F. Condon has recovered from her re

cent illness.

Mr. Will Goin, formerly of Ocala,
but now living in Eustis, is in the city
on a short business trip.
Dr. and Mrs. J. Harry Walters are
expected home this afternoon from a
brief trip to Jacksonville.

Mrs. Ira Bennett and young son are
in the city for a short visit at the
home of her brother, Mr. Clarence
Camp.
Mrs. Harry Simons of Miami is ex expected
pected expected to arrive today for a visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Peyser.
Congoleum ; Art Squares, a large
variety to seltc from, at Goldman's.
Mrs. C. E. Connor of North Lake
Weir, who has been spending the week
with her daughter, Mrs. B. F. Condon,
returned home last night.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green, well
known in Ocala, were guests in the
city today, stopping on their way
from Mcintosh to Palmetto.
Mr. and Mrs. Mabry Sumner and
little daughter, who have been living
in Jacksonville since moving from
Ocala, have moved to Oldsmar.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haviland ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mrs. Ashworth and sev several
eral several other citizens of Belleview were
in the city for the morning, doing
shopping.
Miss Jessie Woods returned home
Wednesday from Charleston, S. C,
where for the past year she has been
taking a business course. Her friends
are delighted to have her with them
again.
The regular monthly silver tea of
the Presbyterian church will be held
at the home of Mrs. Jack Camp Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon from 4 to 6:30. All
friends are cordially invited to attend.

News has been received in this city

cf the marriage some days ago of
Mis3 Glady Martin of Ocala to Ser Sergeant
geant Sergeant Harry Black an aviator from
Carlstrom Field, Arcadia. The mar marriage
riage marriage occurred in Punta Gorda at the
home of a friend of the bride and the
wedding was a pretty though quiet
one, only the immediate friends of the
bride and groom being present.

Mrs. Black is the second daughter

yticry cr Fclicssd Dice J

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v At this time of year most people sai

ler from what we term "spring fever

Secause of a stagnant condition of the

blood, because of the toxic poisons

of Mr nri m. rw M.rfin f red co within the body daring the

city. She was reared in Ocala. grad- winter. We eat too much meat,

uated from our high school and later! wxtn little or no green vegetables.

attended the Woman's College at Tal- Bloodless people, thin, anemic peoples

llahassee. She is an accomplished those with pale cheeks and lips, who
musician and a young woman possess- a p,. appetite and feel that tired,
ing many lovely traits of charatcer. WOrn or feverish condition in the sorim?-

For the past school term she has been! tw of the Tear, should try the refresh-

teaching' domestic science in the Punta I tnz tonic powers of a good alterative

Gorda school, which after closing a I and blood purifier. Such a tonic as drug-

most successful term a few days ago,! gists have sold for fifty years, is Doctor
offered her the position for another! Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It

term at a substantial increase in sal- P?110 TO,C?7 r? ,r

o rr I iajucva uwki uutuv wiuk .u.u.

"' I t 1- -1J A

Sergeant Black, who is in the Unit- xroa yua

ed States aerial service, stationed at t, .t.i v.w

- 1-1?. 1 J 1 -1 I Wb31UiMilT VUG MMIUU fc-H. I UUIUV

aribtrom rieia, was a lawyer in civil I -uu "i M rTt. nf

life and his home is in Massachusetts. May-apple. leaves of aloe and jalap,

xie nas visuea m ucaia ana nas many i jfl Dy almost all druggists in this

friends here. I mrntr a. IVrtnr Pi-rrft Pleasant

rn 1 m ii v

1 ne pians oi me young coupie are I ixiiCTS,

not know, but their many Ocala

friends will join the Star in wishing! Fairburn, Ga. "I hist enjoy rocom-

them every happiness in their mar-1 mending Dr. Pierce s remedies to my

ned life. I menus. 1 nave louna inem to do so Dene-

ficial, I feel I must have some of them in

Mrs. J. J. Gerig and little Miss I the house at all times. The tavonte Pre-

Marearet Gerie leave today for a scnption' is so fine for the nerves i try to

week end visit in St. Petersburg, the! keep it on hand, also the TeUcts as they

guests of Mrs. J. W. Ruff.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED, LOST. FOUND. FOB

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

seem to benefit me more than anything of

the kind I can get. The 'Golden Medical
Discovery' has been used in our home with

perfect success for a dry hacking cough; it

cured the cough where all other'remedies

failed." Afrs. 5. S. Walker

kails Six line maximum, one

time, 25c; three times, 50c: six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in ad

vance.

OR EXCHANGE A small amount

of YOUR money for good value in I

auto truck service. Lone distance

hauling, also estimates given for mov

ing vegetables to shipping points. Call

on or write L. E. YONCE, Ocala, Fla.

FOR RENT Four well furnished

sleeping rooms; thoroughly screened;

bath and other conveniences. Apply

o Mrs. A. M. Kichline. at Oklawaha

nn, 239 Oklawaha Ave. 8-6 1

Misses Janet and Jessie Rae Cul Cul-verhouse
verhouse Cul-verhouse and Master Culverhouse are
entertaining their friends this eve evening
ning evening at a heart party at the home of
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. D.
Blackburn.

Miss Ruth Cook will arrive today
from Jacksonville, to spend the week
end in Ocala with her brother, Mr.
Fred Cook. Miss Cook is pleasantly

remembered in Ocala, having visited

liere before.

DODGE TOURING CAR For sale.

New top, mechanically good condition.

Good tires. A bargain. Maxwell Maxwell-Chalmers
Chalmers Maxwell-Chalmers Agency, Ocala, Fla. 8-6t

Phone 323

THIRTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN THE BUSINESS.
: TE E
GUN AND LOCKSMITH :
GUfiS, REVOLVERS, PISTOLS, 10CKS, LAWN MOWERS; UM UMBRELLAS,
BRELLAS, UMBRELLAS, ETC., REPAIRED.
SAWS AND SCISSORS
We Buy and Sell AH Kinds of Second Hand Articles. ; Only Ex Ex-elusive
elusive Ex-elusive Second Hand Store in Town.
301 SOUTH MAIN ST.

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The hot days arc coming, don't try to

worry through this summer with that old

XVOOd StOVC' :'. -V ..-'-"''.'..'
Sec lis ahnt a
Mew Pefffeclloit Oil Stove
V. : -or a.: :
flOFeece AMlomatic Oil Stove
or better still an V
Meal Fif eless Cooker.
Yon will he snprised to Icnow how
cheap we can sell you this heat protection.

Another young lady who is coming

to attend the big masquerade ball at
the Woman's Club tonight is Miss

Lilian Tomlinson of Kissimmee." Miss

Tcmlinson while here will visit her

aunt, Mrs. R. S. Hall.

Mrs. R. G. Blake, who is in Jack

sonville attending the U. D. C. con convention,
vention, convention, will spend a few days as the

guest of Mrs. Paul Cochran and a few

days in St. Augustine visiting Mrs.

Jernigan, before returning home.

Miss Jessie Chestnut of Gainesville

is expected this afternoon to attend

the dance to be given by the young

ladies at the Woman's Club tonight.
While in town Miss Chestnut will be

the guest of Miss Sara Pearl Martin.

Last night a party of Ocala people

went to Belleview to participate in
the dance given at the Civic League

club house. Needham's orchestra of

Ocala furnished the music. There was

a good crowd present,- about twenty

couples dancing and quite a number

looking on.

Those people living just off of and

on Watula street, from Third to

Eighth street, are very much gratified
that the street department is repair repairing
ing repairing Watula street. Between the streets

above mentioned, Watula street has
never been repaired since the street
was hardened, some dozen years ago.
Recently the street has become al almost
most almost impassible' on account of the
mud holes and slippery clay. Before

it became so bad it was one of the
most used streets in town and now
that it is soon to be in good condition,

it will again regain its popularity.

Mrs. Alice Schultz of Sarasota,

grand matron of Florida O. E. S., wil

arrive in Ocala Monday noon and pay
her official visit to Ocala chapter Mon Monday
day Monday evening. A special meeting has
been called by the worthy amtron of
this chapter for Monday, May 12, at
8 p. m., when five candidates will be
initiated into the ordor and reception

for the grand matron to be held after
the meeting. All members of the
chapter are urged to attend this meet meeting
ing meeting and any visiting members of the

order ar invited.

An 'advertisement placed regularly in the Star is one way to success.

It requires considerable good man

agement to get a five-volume nove

into an eight-reel picture, but the
William Fox corporation.' seems to

have worked that stunt very well with
MLes Miserables," presented at the

Temple last night. It was a very in

teresting picture, particularly to those

who had read the book. Mae Marsh

the flame-haired darling of the movie

fans, will appear at the Temple to

night in "Hidden Fires," a splendid

Goldwyn special. There will also be

Mutt and Jeff and the Internationa

News, so take your best girl and go

early.

See the portable Sonora, a "first-

class phonograph in handsome leather

traveling case at Goldman's. 9-4t

THE POLICY FORMS OF
THE
MUTUAL BEIIEFIT UFE
IflSORAOEE .con
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
one. rIQ
L T. IZLAS, GARY BLOCK
" Ocala, Florida

FOR SALE A real automobile;
six-cylinder Liberty, 1919 model.
Driven less than 500 miles. See
Lester Lucas Saturday noon. 2t

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

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

nished rooms for rent until Nov. 1st.

Suitable for light housekeeping. Call

at 213.S. Pine St. 6-3t

FOR SALE A light Buick six. late

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. 6-6t

FOR RENT Bungalow at corner of
Fifth and Tuscawilla streets. For in information
formation information apply to L. B. McKenzie. 6t

FOR SALE Pair of good mules.

Will sell cheap for cash. S. S. Sav

age 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 m every respect. Never
used a great deal. A real bargain. Ap Apply
ply Apply at the Maxwell-Chalmers Agency,

city. 8-t

AN OPPORTUNITY Trade for

stock or sell Baby Grand touring car;

new paint; new top; good proposition.

What have you? P. O. Box 108. 36t

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

Street.

FOR RENT Five room cottage near
primary and high schools; good

neignDornooa; an modern conven conveniences,
iences, conveniences, including bath room, garage,

also garden space. Apply to C M

Livingston, Ocala, Fla. 17-tf

WOOD An honest load of wood can
be had by phoning Smoak's Wood

Yard, phone 146. tf

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uk bALL we nave on nana a
worm-driven Ford truck which we will
sell at a bargain. Auto Sales Co.,

North Main St, phone 248. tf

AUTO REPAIR SERVICE For
quick and reliable automobile service

come to the Florida House Garage. J.l

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

RAGS WANTED At the Star cf2ce.

i pan hpn or tahle tneiL Hrrn??

what you have to the ofUce, or phone

51. 25-tf

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Real vs. False Economy
At This Time

Resist the mental suggestion to curtail year regular tIdrj c iz2
until the weather tarns warm again." Ycsr refrigerator is cclrj
nicely now; it is well chilled and it is dois foil duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it csy sulk en yon fill tha
remainder oi the season.
OCALA ICE AND PACKING COH2PAJMY

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WE PAY

IVL a Steel Scrap 12c per. iCD Kjc
Spring Steel Scrap. ....30c per. ICD lbs.
Light cast Iron Scrap SOc per. ICD ES3.
Heavy Cast Iron Scrap.40c per. ICD Its.
light Cast Brass Scrap... CSc per. 1 II:.
Heavy Cast Brass Scrap 08c per. 1 II:.
I WILL CALL AND PAY FOR S AOE CASH

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In the heart oi the city with Hemmirj Park for a frcnt yard.
Every modem convenience in each. rocs. Dining room ecrrisa is
second to ncne.

RATES From $1X0 per day per person to 5.

J. E. KAVAWAUG

ROBERT LL MEYER,
Manager.

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a car having every luxury
except one

kHAT luxury is brutish bigness, which mean3 weight,
which means a large gasoline tank and filled often, and
large tires, and several sets a year.

Maxwell is neither a big car nor a small car. The big biggest
gest biggest car made is less than 4 feet longer, and costs around
$10,000 to buy and $5,000 a year to run.
Most cars are just a foot or a few inches longer.
And others are some smaller shorterr lighter, less roomy,
and hence lack the luxury of a Maxwell.
Nor do they cost, on the average, less to run.
Gas mileage is very nearly the same. Tire mileage is very
nearly the same.
But where Maxwell earned its crowning reputation has
been in its ability to run and run and never quit-
That means repair bills are amazingly low.
You therefore never get mad at a Maxwell it's the best
friend your pocketbook has. And when you

stop to think ot all those little points oi
luxury in a Maxwell you're almost sure
to whip out your check book and write a
check for one.
The 300,000-all-alike idea behind the
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xviaxweu inus. you see, is sounu. um
JrfV mUSmt mm $trm

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R. R. CARROLL
OCMJl DEiLLRE

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OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, 'MAY 1913

r LOCALS

Mr. Bryant Bowden, the' clever
editor of the Inverness Chroncile, was
in town today. ; .'' :l:
Mrs. J. E. Johnson arrived from
Sanford today on a visit to her sister,
Mrs. L. W. Ponder.

Mr. and Mrs. George MacKay have
materially added to the industrial

school library with a number of ex

cellent books, j:

Have you seen the little mechanical

man walking ground and over the

Walk-Over Shoe in Goldman's win

dow ? If you have not, you've missed

a treat. 9-4t

n.agar Koberts, whose arm was

broken the other day, suffers consid

erable pain, and his arm will be put
under the X-ray. His brother Her-

schel is also very ill.

St. Margaret's Guild of Grace Epis

copal church will give a tea Wednev

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

present. 1 .. :
Strive to Keep Sweet.

Some folks are the very picture of

Eslsery. fTheir mouths are so constant

ly in n a fur tiout that thtv vet uarlv be

fore fhf.y get gray. The kiddles take
to thelrf heels when they see the nag nagger
ger nagger corning down the street. Objec Objectors
tors Objectors are always wanting a new boss.
Dismal old age stares the unfortunat
victim in the, face and he's bound to
get soured on. the world for the world
has little to offer him. You can't take

such risks. Exchange.

W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and

Snrgeoa, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and

Throat. Lar Library Building, Ocala,

SERVICE IN FRANCE

Florida

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WMCE S

We the undersigned Drug Druggists
gists Druggists hereby agree to close
our Stores on Thursday Aft Afternoons
ernoons Afternoons beginning May 1 5th,
until September nth. Clos Closing
ing Closing at i p. m. and opening at
6 p. m.
TYDIfIGS & COMPANY.
COURT POAROACY.
AFIIMIONOPOLY.
J. J. GERIG.
' G. C. GREENr;." . :
oinmG & COMPANY.

A

; Salt Ocean WMflnfj
per 113.10c.
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This fish is packed in brine the
-same as mackerel is packed. The meat

is white and the fish weigh from

"eight to sixteen ounces.

Rortb Carolina' Ecaai Gcrrfan

This fish is packed in brine some something
thing something on the order of the the brine in
which Holland herring comes. The

fish is fat and juicy and makes an

appetizing breakfast.

Private William D. Mixon, of Com

pany E, 306th Ammunition Train, in

closes the following interesting report

nt a letter to his father m this city:

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Record of Company E, 305th Ammu

nition Train
Company E left Camp Jackson, S.

C, at 5 p. m. July 24, on the S. A. D.

railway. Arrived Camp Mills, L. L,
N. Y., at 11 p. m., Thursday, July 25,

1918. Left Camp Mills at 2:30 p. m.,

Wednesday, August 7th. Embarked on

ferryboat at 4 p. m. same day and
were carried to pier 49, Hoboken.

Embarked immediately on White Star

liner Cretic. Laid inharbor all night

and next day. Sailed at 5 p. m. Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, August 8th. Passed Statue of

Liberty shortly afterwards. Picked

up American convoy off Sandy Hook

at midnight, August 8, on high seas;

convoy composed of three sub chasers,
three destroyers and three battle battleships.
ships. battleships. Monday, August 12, off Green Greenland
land Greenland coast. Saw large icebergs. Picked

up English convoy at 6 a. m. Monday,

August 19; convoy composed of 15

subchasers. Saw land for the first

time August 19.- Ran between coasts
of Scotland and Ireland all day and

dropped anchor in harbor of Liver Liverpool
pool Liverpool at 11 p. m., August 19. Dis

embarked Tuesday, August 20, 1918,

and hiked to railway station of the

Liverpool & Yorkshire railway. Board Boarded
ed Boarded train at 8 a. m. Reached Romsey
at 5 p. m. same day. Remained in

Camp Woodley until morning of Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, August 24th, when we hiked to

Southampton, a distance of 12 miles.

under heavy, pack. Here we boarded

the S. S. Londonderry. Sailed at 7:45
p. m. and crossed English channel.

Landed at Cherbourg, France, Sun

day, August 25 at 7 a. m. Hiked six

miles to English rest camp and spent

Sunday. Monday morning hiked back

tc Cherbourg and boarded train of
box cars "eight chevaux or 40 hom

ines." Ate and slept in box cars until
1 p. m. August 28, 1918, when train
unloaded at Valdahon, Doubs, France.

Hiked six kilometers to Vervel. Billet

ed in L'Ecole au Sacre Coeur for two
months. Got orders to move to front
Nov. 1st. Hiked to- Valdahon and
boarded train Nov. 4. Arrived at
Dugny 12:30 p. m., Nov. 5, where we
spent the day. Hiked at night to
VMudville" Camp 5 Freres. Got orders

to move to front as support to 321st
Infantry Sunday night, Nov. 10. Hiked
out at 8 p. m. and were on the road
hiking all night long. Reached Mou Mou-lainville
lainville Mou-lainville front morning of Nov. 11, at
3 a. m. Under heavy shellfire and gas
attacks. Supported infantry and help helped
ed helped 306th Engineers build bridge. Nov.
14 moved back to Camp Bois Sec, 10
kilometers from Verdun. Nov. 16 hik hiked
ed hiked to Verdun to see destroyed city.
Monday, Nov. 18, began long hike of
100 miles back to training area. Hiked
1G miles to Courouve where com company
pany company spent the night. Nov. 19 left

Courouve at 10 a. m. and hiked 17

miles to Rembercourt, where com

pany remained until Nov. -23. Hiked
to Haironville, where company re remained
mained remained one day. Nov. 25 hiked to
Breuil sur Marne, where we spent the

night. Nov. 26 hiked to Brachay,

where we spent one night. Thanks

giving day, Nov., 27, hiked to Blaise
and spent one night. From Blaise
moved to Juzencourt, where we were

billeted in government barracks. Left

Juzencourt Nov. 29 and hiked to

Marmessee. Nov. 30 trucks picked us
up at Chatervailline and carried us to
Buncoy, Cote d'Or. On Jan. 2, 1919,

left Bunceyand hiked to Vancey, Cote
d'Or, to work on roads. Left Vancey
Sunday morning, March 10, and hiked

back to Buncey, where company was

given a bunch of horses and mules to
take care of. March 20, Company E

acted as special, guard of honor for

General Pershing and the king and

queen of Belgium at review of the

8 fist Division.

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F. W. DITTO
Local Agent for the
PriUBE ilTIAL INSURANCE CO.
About tf? d new Life Policies now
" beinsfw) itten byxthis grand old
company. :
F. IV.DITT0, OCALA.FLA.

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Arrival and "Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.

The following scneauie ngures puo puo-lished
lished puo-lished as : information and not guaranteed.

(Eastern atandard Aimej

SEAC0 AR0 AIR LINE RAILROAD

Arrive

2 -50 am. J'cksonvllle-NewTork 2:50 am.

3:zs pm.

5:10 p.m

50 am.

Coming to Oca la

THE

ELECTRO-MEDICAL

SPECIALIST

DOCTORS

ANTHONY

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Jacksonville

Jacksonville
Tampa
Manatee'
St." Petersburg

Tampa-Manatee

1:41 pm.

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5:10 pm. Tampa-St. Petersburg 4:07 pm.

yriAHTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD

t Arrive

Pm J'cksonville-New York 3:15 am.
im J'ksonvllle-G'inesville S:35 pm.

1-42 am.. J ksonvuie-u nesvjue
i-15 am. St. Pet'sbrgr-Lakeland 2:12 am,
;-3& pm. St. Peffibrg-Lkeland 2:00 pm.
10 am. Dunnellon-Wllcbx
10 am. Du'nelton-L'keland 11:03 pm.

' 'Homosaasa ", 5 i:opra.
Leesburg- 8:42 am.
Gainesville 11:50 am.

.25 pm, -:
0:13 pm.
4S eci.

Monday, '.Wednesday. Friday.
TuftIay. -Th'-rsday, Caturday.

Anthony, May 7 Miss Louise Mar

tin left Saturday for Jacksonville,

where she will visit relatives for a

week. "s -:

Miss Lila Perry spent several days

last week with her sister, Mrs. Clar

ence Huey at Wildwood.

Mrs. Florence Gordon left Monday

afternoon for Jacksonville after

spending a few weeks with her par

ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harvey.

Mrs. F. M. Bell is visiting relatives

m Belleview.

Mr. W. T. Lamb of Center Hill is

in town for a few days.

The farmers are all smiles -now on

account "of the nice rains we are hav
ing. They were badly needed.

Mr. Bob Martin of Jacksonville was

in Anthony a few days last week.

Mr. Sam Kimbrough of Center Hill

spent last week in Anthony.

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gates and chil

dren of Jacksonville came last week

to spend a while here.

. Mr. R. H. Baskin returned Monday

from several months spent in South

Florida.

Mrs. Keefer McPherson, formerly

Miss Maude Howell, who has been

visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.

C. Howell of Ocala, spent Sunday in

Anthony as the guest of Miss Anna
Lou Stewart. v

Master Leon Stewart returned

Tuesday from a pleasant visit of three
weeks to his aunt, Mrs. C. R. Yonge

of Plymouth.

Mr. Bf. K. Padgett who has been

away on business for the government,

returned home Monday and resumed
his duties as S. A. L. agent.
The many friends of Mr. C. C.
Priest Sr. are glad to know he is im improving
proving improving after several days' illness.
The patrons of the Anthony school
held a meeting last Friday night, and
elected Messrs.. T.x A. Lamb, R. H.
Conneli and C. C. Priest Jr. as trus trustees
tees trustees of the school.

Mr. J. W. Randall and Misses Kate!

Mills and Winona Randall of Conner
were guests of Mr. ard Mrs. C. C.
Priest Jr. last Saturday.
; Mr. J. W. Randall, nephew of Mrs.
C. C. Priest, left Monday to enlist in
the navy.
Miss Cora Griffin, who is teaching
Quite an interesting game of base baseball
ball baseball was. played here last Friday, the
young men playing against the mar

ried men. The former came out vic

torious.

WILL BE AT THE OCALA

HOUSE FOR ONE DAY
ONLY

Wonderful Results Marvelous Dem

onstration in Chronic Disease Cases
by Their New System Treatment.
Offer Services Free of Charge.
Word has just been received that
the Electro-Medical Doctors, specialists,-licensed
by the state of Florida,
and who have met with such phenom phenomenal
enal phenomenal success throughout the entire
South, will be in Ocala Tuesday, May
13, for one day only, to demonstrate
their new systeln of treatment of
chronic disease cases. i
This will indeed be good news to
those who find it inconvenient to visit
the central laboratories at 117 West
Forsyth street, Jacksonville, Fla.
These regular, reputable physicians
believe that the combined skill of sev several
eral several trained specialists in chronic dis disease
ease disease cases can accomplish more than
one doctor alone in other words, in
unitv there is strength.

The offer to treat all who call on
this visit absolutely free, is their

original method of getting this sys system
tem system of treatment oefore the public
quicker, and no one, rich or poor,
white or colored, should neglect to
take advantage of their very liberal
offer ABSOLUTELY FREE (medi (medicine
cine (medicine exception). No cutting no
knife.

It makes no difference how many
doctors you have consulted or how
many patent medicines you have
taken, you cannot afford to miss this
opportunity of ascertaining your ex exact
act exact condition and be, honestly advised.

JSo one should require further evi evidence
dence evidence of the skill of these specialists

than the following letter recently re

ceived from a well known Baptist

minister:
"I can't thank you enough, doctor;

said the Rev. R. L. Fletcher, well-

known minister, as he entered the

crowded reception rooms of the doc

tors, and continued to speak words of
praise to all those assembled. "I be began
gan began suffering from general break breakdown
down breakdown November 28th, last, and ap appeared
peared appeared to go all to pieces; my stom stomach,
ach, stomach, kidneys, heart, blood and nerves
went back on me, and even though I
consulted the best local doctors they

nnany naa to advise me that they

coma give me no cure, ana lor me-to
consult an expert specialist. As soon
as I noticed your announcement and

learned from so many people of your

cures, i came to your omce.
"I had indeed about lost hope but
today even after takinsr your mar

velous treatment for only this short
period I am a new" man; eat well,

sieep wen ana ieel like a man m my
prime. I want to thank you, and my

aear wue aiso wants to thank you, for
she is so proud of my improvement.

l want you to publish this statement
so that others can benefit the same as

l have.
"Most gratefully yours,
(Signed): "R. L. FLETCHER."

Now that you know the truth, you

nave only yourself, to blame if you
continue to suffer from Piles, Kidney

and madder Troubles, Blood Poison,
Skin Enintinns. Rhpnmntism. F!rnler

sy, Uris Acid Poisoning, Paralysis,
Nervous Troubles, and Debility,
Neuralgia, Stomach and Liver

irouDie, uatarrn, Asthma, .Bronchitis,
Pleurisy, Tumors, Indigestion, Con Constipation,
stipation, Constipation, Gall Stones, Female
Troubles. Enlarged Glands or any re reflex
flex reflex condition of the'neryous system,
and those diseases about which most
people dislike to consult the general

practitioner.
Bear in mind that this will likely be

me last visit wnen tne specialists ex
tend their services

Hundreds have been restored to
their perfect eood health, with rnsv

cheeks and sparkling eyes; so may

yuu. j. ue specialists are too well

Known tnrougbout the state to re require
quire require further mention.
Married women should be accom accompanied
panied accompanied by their husbands and chil children
dren children by their parents,
one day only.
Remember the hotel, day and date
Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Adv.

F SHE BITES

DR. WILLIAMS 101 TONIC KILLS

HER STING
It's the lady mosquito that "vamps"
you. She's the one that comes around
singing at night. She's the one that
bites you and makes the chills run
downyour back and the feverish
sweat break out all over you. She's
the cause of malaria. But Dr. Will Williams'
iams' Williams' 101 Tonic knocks malaria out.
It is the true specific for this terrible
affliction.The quinine in it kills the
malarial germ; the iron strengthens
and invigorates you; the magnesia
keeps your bowels regular. Dr. Will Williams'
iams' Williams' 101 Tonic is doing : splendid
work in the malarial sections of the
country. It will produce satisfactory

results in any case of poor health.

Get a trial bottle from your druggist.

Refuse to accept any substitutes.

Adv. B3-4-26-19

Large supply of Velvet Beans and

Chufas now on hand. The Ocala

Seed Store 7-11-19

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I have taken over the stock of the Dollar Limit Store
and having no room to display this merchandise I
wish to make quick disposition of same
A Few of the Many litems That We Have on Sale

House Brooms
50c and 75c

Wash Boards three sizes
20c 35c and 40c
Rolling-Pins, best maple
20c each
Handy Step Ladder Stool
strongly made
$1,00
Butter Moulds
made of hard maple
square and round
lib. and Jlb. sizes
each 25c and 35c
Dish Mop
5c and 10c

Milk Crock
The kind that keeps the
milk cool in summer
y2 gal. and 1 gal.
each 25c and 40c

Toilet Paper
large 4 oz. roll
a limited quanity
5c a roll.

'up. J I

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Coco Hardware
Castile Toilet Soap
The best you ever tried
10c a cake
Jap Rose Soap
This famous transparent
toilet and bath soap at
per calce 10c
5c Soap
A large assortment of soap
5c each
. Glass Lamps Complete
45c, 50c and 60c

Fire Shovel
Good strong galvanized with
long handles
at 15c
Glass Pitchers
Special values in some at attractive
tractive attractive designs
each 50c
Feather Dusters
A real value in tu key feath feathers,
ers, feathers, black enamel screw
handle
only 35c
Syrup Pitchers
Help your self at
each 15c
Table Tumblers

I That will stand hard usage

5c each N
Fancy Tumblers and Goblets
your choice 10c
Folding Fans
Many floral and landscape
designs
each 10 c
Japanese Lanterns
attractive colors
your choice 10c
Oven Glass
Bake in oven glass
prices interesting
Vases
We have them in, variety of
sizes
prices at 10c to 50c
3 Riece China Table Set
A generous value in this line
per set 51.50
. Cups and Saucers
Imported China complete
20c

Wood Chair Seats
x Various sizes to be had
at 20c and 25c
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Scrub Brushes
That will stand scrubbing
10c to 27c
Talcum Powder, Jap Rose
and other popular makes
priced at 11c
Vegetable and Fruit Press
A few on hand that we will
sell
each 65c
Enamel Coffee Pots
Large sizes mostly, special
50c each
Preserving Kettle
Gray and blue enamel any
size you want
50c to $1.00
Dish Pans
Gray enamel 50c
Blue and white enamel
S1.00
Aluminum Sause Pans
1892 Guaranteed 20 years
at $1.00
Can Openers
A sure enough good one
- M0c
Butcher Knives
Perring and Table Knives
Forks and Spoons
at interesting prices
Tea Strainers
A substancial article that is
an every day necessity
5c and 10c

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COURT PHARMACY

LIFE

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A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

DR. C. A.; H. EDMISTON
Veterinary Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phon 501. Office Phone 123
Ocala, Florida.

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FUfJERAL DIRECTORS and ELIBALHERS

AUTO HO BILE SERVICE
No charge for deliTery of caskets anywhere day or night.

VILBUR SMITH, SAM IL PYLES JIL,
Licensed Embalmers
Offico Phono 10 TJight Phonos 22G or 423

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. The big Republic, internal gear
truck is here. Come in and look it
over. R. R. Carroll, Ocala, Fla. d&w
Call five-one and say send the Star.

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Large supply of Velvet Beans and
Chufas now on hand. The Ocala'
Seed Store. 7-11-19

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