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Weather Forecast: Partly cloudy
tonight and Saturday, not much
change in temperature.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 119

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JUSTMENTS
WILL BE RADICAL
Preparation by Republicans to Undo
as Much Democratic Legisla Legislation
tion Legislation as Possible
(Associated Press)
Washington, May 16. Legislation
to be considered by the House immed immediately
iately immediately after the annual appropriation
bills have been disposed of was
agreed uon today by the republican
steering committee, subject to the
approval of the conference of repub republican
lican republican representatives tomorrow eve evening.
ning. evening. HAVE THEIR HANDS FULL
- The program includes immediate
repeal of tha tax on semi-luxuries;
legislation for the return of the tele telephone
phone telephone and telegraph companies to
their private owners; railroad legis legislation;
lation; legislation; determination of the national
shipping policy; passage of the wom woman
an woman suffrage amendment; inauguration
, of the budget system; means for re-
ducing government expenses; tariff
legislation, and measures benefiting
returned soldiers and sailors.
DOGS HAD A BAD DAY
A dispatch from Tallahassee says
that the House spent practically all
day in debate on the Gillis bill to tax
dogs, which was passed late in the
af ternoon by a vote of 34 to 27. The
measure contains drastic and radical
.provisions, declares dogs personal
property, imposes a tax of two dol dollars
lars dollars on all male dogs and female dogs
that have been spayed, and four dol dollars
lars dollars on female dogs over six months
old; provides for and makes it the
duty of the police and sheriffs to kill
all unlicensed dogs, and allows a
bounty of one dollar for each dog
slaughtered under the law.
The bill provides for a kennel tax
of five dollars on kennels with less
than ten dogs and ten dollars for
more than ten, makes owners of dogs
liable for stock and poultry killed by
dogs, and establishes a curfew for
dogs, which must be at home at night.
Very little sentiment for man's
faithful friend was revealed in the
debate, and the fact that the bill
would provide a revenue of a million
dollars by taxation, and carried a
rider providing for the balance of the
dog tax, after cost of collection, shall
go to the school fund, was frequently
stressed and proved too strong a com commercial
mercial commercial appeal to combat.
The committee on constitutional
amendments reported favorably the
Phillips resolution providing for the
removal of the capital to Ocala.
The Senate yesterday passed and
sent to the House the bill making an
appropriation for citrus canker, as
amended recently in the Senate, and
the bill increasing the fees of sheriffs
of the state, which had already passed
the House and only goes back for con concurrence
currence concurrence in the amendment doubling
the fees of bailiffs. The measure,
which now goes to the House, pro provides
vides provides for the appointment of a state
game warden by the governor, creates
a state game department, makes a
"closed season the entire year for fe female
male female deer and hen turkeys. County
game wardens are also provided for, for,-the
the for,-the measure being practically the'
same as that enacted at the 1917 ses session
sion session and vetoed by the governor.
The Senate yesterday passed Sen Senator
ator Senator King's bill changing the name
of the Chattahoochee institution to
the Florida State Hospital. The bill
repeals the statute of twenty years
ago fixing the salary of the superin superintendent
tendent superintendent and places that in the hands
of the board of commissioners of
state institutions, but limits the sal salary
ary salary to 3000 a year.
The Senate adopted resolutions ask asking
ing asking for the repeat" of the daylight sav saving
ing saving act and Epperson's resolution di directing
recting directing the state road department to
make appliaction for the state's quota
of the army motor trucks to be distri distributed
buted distributed by the general government.
CALVARY
Calvary, May 13. Mrs. Carl Buhl
has returned from a visit- to her
daughter, Mrs. John Knoblock.
Mr. L. L. Home and two sons, M.
T. and Ray, were Ocala visitors Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morrison and
daughter, Miss Jessie Morrison, were
visitors in Ocala Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Buhl motored
to Ocala Sunday, attending the
Mother's Day services.
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Whaley and
children were in town shopping Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. We all welcomed Mr. and Mrs.
Whaley and children here Sunday at
Sunday school. We all hope to see
them everySunday.
A beautiful line of Graduation
Cards at "THE SPECIALTY SHOP."
A. E. Gerig. 16-tf

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GOING TO GIVE

SMYRNA TO GREECE
Enthusiasm- in Athens on Learning
the Hellenes are Coming
Into Their Own
(Associated Press)
Athens, Wednesday, May 15
Greek forces landed today at Smyrna.
The news is being received with great
enthusiasm.
ALLIED SHIP AID
Paris, May 16. Extensive allied
naval concentration has begun at
Smyrna in connection with the man mandate
date mandate to Greece to administer the city.
SERBS AND CROATS SCRAP
London, May 16. Serious fighting
between Serbians and Croatians at
Agram, the Croatian capital, is re reported
ported reported in a Vienna dispatch to the Ex Exchange
change Exchange Telegraph company. Many
are reported to have been killed.
OF GREAT IMPORTANCE
TO THE STATE
Editor Star: There is greater in interest
terest interest in the subject of road building
and" repairing now than at any former
time in the country's history- The in interest
terest interest will continue, therefore the
boards of trade should call a special
session of their organization, inviting
the county to attend, the ofject of
which being to induce a warmer spirit
of co-operation and prevent district
road favoritism. Then and not until
then will there be a mind to shelve
old scores and forget past grievances.
If we are to continue in the old
regime, i. e., certain pprtions of the
county being neglected and ignored,
the funds to which they are entitled
being used in favored localities, our
county will have bickerings and suf suffer,
fer, suffer, yea, suffer irreparably.
Very truly, S. H. Blitch.
ACQUITTAL OF MRS
DARLING AT ORLANDO
Orlando, May 16. The third and
last day of the somewhat sensational
trial of Mrs. Margaret Darling, for
the murder of her husband. Jack
Darling, came to a close yesterday
afternoon a little after 4 o'clock when
the case was given to the jury after a
lucid charge by Judge Perkins. At
9:45 the jury returned with a verdict
of not guilty.
AT THE WOMAN'S CLUB
SATURDAY AFTERNOON
The following is the program of
the musical silver tea, to be given by
the music committee of the Woman's
Club at 3:30 p. m.. Saturday, May 19,
the proceeds of which will go towards
beautifying' the memorial avenue,
planned by the club.
Program
Piano solo by Miss Irma Blake.
Vocal solo by Mrs. Ketchum.
Reading, "Star of Love," by James
Cox.
"Shifie for Me, Oh, Blessed Star,"
by Mattie Bell Cameron.
"Lilies Bloom on Flanders Fields."
Illustrated song, "Awakening of
the LLMes." x
Piano solo by Mrs. R. C. Camp.
"The Resurrection," by twelve giris
and boys.
Solo by Mrs. Harry Black.
"Her Choice," a short but very im impressive
pressive impressive play by expression pupils.
. Reading by Louise. Bryant.
Solo by Mrs. H. M. Hampton.
t'A Little Toadstool," by Martha
Frazier.
Solo by Mr. Lucas.
Pantomime, "The Holy City," by
the expression class.
BURBANK
Burbank, May 15 Miss Ruth Chaf Chaffee
fee Chaffee spent the week end with her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Chaffee.
i Mr. and Mrs. Barton Walker, Miss
Kiney White and Mr. Raymond Tur Turner
ner Turner enjoyed a week end fishing trip
at Lake Goosgy.
Mr, Beal, who has been spending
the winter in Burbank, left recently
for his home in Kansas City, Mo.
. Miss Kiney White, who has been
teaching the Burbank school left very
suddenly Tuesday for her home at
Chipley. She received a teelgram
stating that her mother was seriously
ill. Friends and patrons hope she will
find her mother improved and will
return to finish the school year.
-Mr. F. M. Chaffee was a visitor in
Ocala Monday. :
Mrs. M. D. L. Graham returned this
week from an extended visit with her
daughters, Mrs. Emmett Burkeholder
and Mrs. Harry Overall, who live in
Kansas City, Mo.
Mr. W. C. Bogue was in Ocala
Tuesday.
Mr. James Tourtelot, who has been
sick for several weeks, is gradually
regaining his health.

illS ADMIT THEY

ARE HELPLESS
Allies Have Them in the Position
They Expected Two Years Ago
to Have the Allies In
(.Associated Press)
Versailles, May 16. The distinct
impression among some of the sub
ordinate members of the German
peace mission that the Germans will
sign the treaty is reflected in a re
mark of one of the secretaries, who is
quoted as saying: "What else can we
do but sign? We are on the ground,
with your knees on our stomach and
your thumbs in our eyes."
TEUTONS MAY RESUME TRADE
Paris, May 16. The German peace
treaty, it developed today, contains a
clause not yet made public providing
for ratification by Germany and three
of the principal associated powers will
bring the treaty into force between
the ratifying parties, enabling an im
mediate resumption of trade.
As a result of conferences among
representatives of the powers, the
text of the German treaty probably
will be made public by installments.
It is reported the financial and boun
daries sections of the document will
be released tonight.
It is quite probable, the Turkish and
Bulgarian peace treaties will be ne negotiated
gotiated negotiated in Constantinople, Saloniki
or some other convenient city in the
near east, according to Reuters' Paris
'office.
PRESIDENT WILL MEET SOME
OTHER PEOPLE
Paris, May 16. (By the Associated
Press.) It is indicated the peace
terms will be ready for presentation
to the Austrian delegates by the mid middle
dle middle of next week. The council of four
yesterday discussed the military,
naval and aerial terms of the treaty.
Premier Lloyd George is absents to today
day today and the council of four will not
meet again before Saturday. Presi President
dent President Wilson will take the opportunity
to meet a number of persons with
whom he has appointments.
AMERICA MAY FIX IT
Paris, May 16. Negotiations pend pending
ing pending for an adjustment of the Adriatic
controversy contemplate a direct set settlement
tlement settlement between Italy and Jugo Jugoslavia
slavia Jugoslavia through American mediation.
By this plan the Austrian treaty
would not specify the disposition to
be made of Dalmatia, Istria or Fiume,
beyond detaching them from Austria.
CANT TURN LOOSE
Paris, Iay 16. The Chinese cab cabinet
inet cabinet has resigned but the president
has refused to accept the resignation,
according to a Peking telegram to the
peace conference.
SCOUT MEETING
All scouts must be at the Hbrary
lecture room tonight at eight o'clock.
Important business to be attended to.
Reese Hunnicut, Scribe.
. SHADY
Shady, May 14. Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Phillips and baby, Brian, were visit visiting
ing visiting at Spring Hill Thursday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mrs. Carl Buhl returned Saturday
from a four weeks visit to her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. J. H. Knoblock and family
at Martin.
Mr. B. J. Woods returned to Weirs Weirs-dale
dale Weirs-dale Sunday after spending a few
days here with his family.
Mr. Joel McClendon of Leesburg,
visited his parents here Sunday.
Mr. S. L. Redding went to Charter
Oak Sunday to see his brother, Mr.
Asa Redding, who was thrown from
his horse several days ago and pain painfully
fully painfully hurt.
We regret to report Mrs. A. C.
Dease not so well this week, having
had to call in an Ocala physician
Tuesday.
Mr. H. W. Douglas made a business
trip to Fort McCoy Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant of the Duncan
farm, Orange avenue, attended Sun Sunday
day Sunday school at Olivet Sunday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mr. Grant is connected with
the Postal Telegraph service.
Little Gladys Timmons had the mis misfortune
fortune misfortune to step on a nail one day last
week. We hope nothing serious will
result from the accident.
Sunday -is Rev. Strickland's regu regular
lar regular preaching day, and 3:30 o'clock
p. m. is the hour. Everybody is cor cordially
dially cordially invited to come. Sunday school
after preaching.
Mrs. P. M. Schlater handed us her
subscription money for the Weekly
Star Saturday. We believe she will
find it the best thing she has done in
a long time.
Some tomatoes are being shipped
from here this week, also beans and
Irish potatoes, he field crops are
J looking .fine since the rains.

All ARE READY

TO TRY AGAIN
Accidents and Bad Weather Fail to
Daunt Our Naval
Aviators
(Associated Press)
Trepassey, N. F., May 15. The
naval seaplanes NC-1 and NC-3 left
this evening for the Azores, the NC-1
getting off at 5:34 and the NC-4 leav
ing her moorings at 5:52, Newfound
land time.
DIDNT TAKE THE AIR
Trepassey, N. F., May 15. Both
seaplanes after cruising off the har
bor turned back.
NC-4 OVERHAULED
Trepassey, May 16. The seaplanes
NC-1 and NC-3 and probably the NC-
4 will make another attempt this aft
ernoon to take the air on the second
leg of the trans-Atlantic flight to the
Azores. Mechanics have overhauled
the NC-4 which arrived last night
from Halifax and it is hoped she will
be ready to join the other planes
when the start is made late today.
BEST WEATHER YET
Trepassey, Maf 16. With weather
conditions along the route to the
Azores the best yet reported, the NC-
land NC-3 will attempt a start in the
trans-Atlantic flight about 1:30 east
ern time this afternoon. Commander
Towers announced. Meantime repairs
are being rushed on the NC-4, wrhich
arrived last night from Halifax, and
if completed in time shell start also.
If not ready for the flight when the
NC-1 and NC-3 leave, the NC-4 will
follow as soon as possible.
PRUSSIANS CANT FEED
THEIR OWN PEOPLE
Berlin, Thursday, May 15. (By the
Associated Press) Count von Brock-
dorff-Rantzau, head of the German
peace commission at Versailles, hand handed
ed handed to M. Clemenceau, president of the
peace conference yesterday, three
nctes, one of which deals with" the
economic aspect of the peace terms
and the effect "they will have on Ger
many. It is pointed out in this note
that Germany is no longer an agra
rian state and cannot feed more than
40,000,000 people.
The economic terms of the peace
treaty with their restrictions of trade
and other factors which are involved
means, the note says, that many mil millions
lions millions of people in Germany will per
ish, all the more quickly as the na
tion's health is already broken by the
blockade.
The note points out that Germany
in two generations has passed from
an agrarian to an industrial state.
As an agrarian state it could feed
40,000,000 persons and as an indus industrial
trial industrial country it was able to provide
food for 65,000,000, the note declares.
Before the war 41,000,000 Germans
were dependent for their living on
foreign trade, shipping and other
pursuits. The note continues to detail
how the war caused economic paraly paralysis,
sis, paralysis, destroyed German industry and
made it impossible to provide work
and food for, millions of the people,
who would be obliged to immigrate or
perish.
No relief work, however large its
scale, or however long in duration,
could prevent wholesale loss of life,
the note said. Peace terms, the dis dispatch
patch dispatch continues, would demand of
Germany several times as many vic victims
tims victims as did the war. There have been
nearly a million victims of the block blockade.
ade. blockade. Count von Brockdorff-Rantzau con continues
tinues continues by saying it is his duty, before
presenting further details, to bring
these general remarks to the knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of the allied and associated del delegates
egates delegates and promises to furnish sta statistical
tistical statistical evidence, if it is required.
ORANGE SPRINGS
Crange Springs, May 14. We are
having the finest of weather with an
occasional shower to lower the tem temperature.
perature. temperature. Two men from Kansas have bought
land here and will begin building
soon. We have not learned their
names.
The river is affording plenty of
mullet to those who have time to go
for them.
Mr. W. C. Townsend and sons are
here and enjoying themselves fishing.
They came over from their home at
Lake Butler.
Mr. Clifford Smith returned to his
home in Danville, I1L, last week.
Mr. John Livingston, wife and
daughter, Mrs. John McCarley of
Boardman were visitors to their home
here Sunday."
Miss Pauline Smith goes to Palatka
tonight to be an attendant at th
marriage tomorrow of Miss Margue Marguerite
rite Marguerite Heini and Mr. Leon Roddy at the
Catholic church in Palatka.

DIRIGIBLE HOT

MUCH DAMAGE!
Driven Out to Sea, Captured by a
British Ship and Towed Back
by a Destroyer
(Associated Press)
St. Johns, May 16. The United
States navy dirigible C-5, which es escaped
caped escaped from its moorings here yester
day afternoon, dropped into the sea
about eighty-five miles off shore, ac
cording to a radio messaee received
last night by the cruiser Chicago
from an unidentified British steam
ship.
CAPTURED BY A BRITISH SHD?
St. Johns, N. F., May 16. The
cruiser Chicago reported at midnight
that she had been in communication
with a British steamer about eighty
miles east of St. Johns by wireless,
the Britisher reporting that she had
secured the "American dirigible C-5
which blew from its moorings here
yesterday and headed out to sea. The
British steamer was standing by the
airship, awaiting the arrival of the
United States, destroyer Edwards
which was serit in pursuit of the C-5
immediately after she broke away
here. The Edwards will tow the air airship
ship airship back here. The destroyer had
been instructed to bring down the
C-5 by anti-aircraft guns if necessary
but in view of the fact that the giant
dirigible seems to have been captured
practically uninjured she may essay
the trans-Atlantic trip within a few
days.
DAMAGE WAS SLIGHT
St. Johns, May 16. The" United
States naval dirigible C-5 is said to
have been only slightly damaeed
when she broke loose from her moor moorings
ings moorings and drifted out to sea yesterday.
The balloon is reported in tow by the
destroyer Edwards on the way back
here today.
EASTERN STAR SCHOOL
HELD IN GAINESVILLE
A very successful school of instrue-
ticn was held in Gainesville Thursday
by Mrs. Alice Schultz of Sarasota.
grand matron of Florida, Order of
Eastern Star. Those attending from
the Ocala chapter were Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Cook, Mrs. C. E. Simmons. Mrs.
Lewis Yonce, Mrs. Lester Lucas, Mrs.
J. D. Robertson, Dr. and Mrs. K. J.
Weihe, Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe and Mrs.
H. C. Bilbro.
MURDER AND SUICIDE
AT ST. PETERSBURG
St. Petersburg, May 16. Because
she refused to live with him, Thomas
A. Larke, a chicken raiser, shot and
instantly killed his wife, Catherine
Larke, at Child's Park yesterday. He
then reloaded his revolver and shot
himself through the heart and right
temple. The clothes of both were set
on fire, the flames being extinguished
by the first man to reach the scene.
Miss Eleanor Tremere was in the
city, shopping, today.
Don't forget to attend the commu community
nity community sing at the Temple theater, in
behalf of the Salvation Army Sunday
afternoon.
Mr. M. T. LaHatte, the veteran
salesman of the American Typefound Typefounders
ers Typefounders Company, was interviewing the
Ocala printers today.
Mrs. Emily Green and son, Otis,
arc expected home from Atlanta this
afternoon. They left Atlanta day be before
fore before yesterday, and are making the
trip in their car.
f mm
Heron Todd, one of Ocala's clever
boys, after serving in France in the
aviation branch, is again in America,
and is filling an important position
at Indian Head, Md.
Jimmie Connor, one of our smart
Marion county boys, has gone to De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, to work for the Timkin Axle
Company, a big firm with which his
brother Eugene has been engaged
ever since last autumn.
Mrs. C. E.. Connor has "gone to New
Smyrna, to attend the commencement
exercises of the New Smyrna high
school. One of her daughters, Miss
Mary, teaches in this school, and an another,
other, another, Miss Miriam, is a graduate.
Large supply of Velvet Beans and
C tufas now on hand. The Ocala
Seed Store. 7-11-19
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD
The Star will pay five dollars for
evidence sufficient to warrant the ar arrest
rest arrest of any person who takes a copy
of the Evening Star from the prem premises
ises premises of any of our subscribers with without
out without the owner's consent.

GUI HEEDS GREATER
HAULING FACILITIES

Truck and Two Carts Not Enough to
Keep the City Sanitary and
Sightly in Appearance
The 2ty salutary force is having
all that it can 'do to handle the trash
piles, rubbish and brush that is accu accumulating
mulating accumulating as a result of "Clean-Up
Week." The work of cleaning up is
going ahead in good fashion. It is
evident that one week will not be
enough in which to finish the job. The
campaign will be continued until th
cleaning of the city is completed.
"Clean-Up Week" has emphasized
the inadequacy of the city sanitary
force. A truck and two carts are not
sufficient to do the. work. The debris
accumulates faster than the carts ana
truck can haul it to the dump. At
least one more truck should be pro
vided. A truck or cart for each ward
would not more than meet the situa situation
tion situation even when normal. Yesterday
the truck hauled fourteen loads, and
the two carts twelve loads apiece.
The truck has the garbage to haul in
addition to any trash or other debris.
Another thing emphasized as a re result
sult result of the "Clean-Up Week," Is the
din'.culty of' collecting garbage that
is not et out where the truck, or
carts can pick it up conveniently and
without loss of time. Some yards are
not easy to get into and out of, and
when it becomes necessary to enter
these yards to collect garbage much
time is lost. Garbage set outside is
readily seen by the sanitary men and
easily picked up. The garbage recep
tacles should be covered.
The city needs more rubbish cans
in the principal sections, and the use
of these cans should be encouraged,
or, if need be, enforced. On a windy
day the business section becomes ex extremely
tremely extremely unsightly and unsanitary
with papers and other light stuff
blown over the streets and about the
courthouse square.
Keep the good work up!
PARTY LAST EVENING
Last evening at their home, Mrs. J;
A. Bouvier and Mi3s Eloise Bouvier
entertained for their son and brother,
John Bouvier on the anniversary of
his birthday. The affair took the form
of a daisy party, all the decorations
being carried out in brown and yel yellow.
low. yellow. The house was prettily decorated
with big bowls and vases of daisies
and the containers being wrapped in
yellow crepe paper. In the center of
the dining table was a vase of lovely
Easter lilies. As the young men ar arrived
rived arrived they, were given a daisy as a
buttoniere. The programs for the five
minute, "proms" were hand decorated
in daisies. At intervals during the
promenades, all kinds of old time
games were introduced to give varie variety
ty variety and fortune telling with cards
was enjoyed. One of the principal
features of the evening was the bal balloting
loting balloting and choosing of the May queen
for the evening, the most popular
young lady, Miss Lyndal Mathews, re receiving
ceiving receiving a yellow crown and a big
bunch of lilies as her sceptre, the
insignia of the office of queen to
which she was chosen. All during the
evening the strains of music from a
victrola could be heard. The refresh refreshments
ments refreshments were served buffet style on the
lawn, which was ideal in the cool eve evening
ning evening air and wonderful moonlight.
Bouquets of the same flowers and yel yellow
low yellow shaded electric light also added
to the beauty of the scene. The re refreshments
freshments refreshments carried out the samv
color scheme, apricot, devil's food
with yellow icing and yellow cake
with chocolate icing. Mrs. Bouvier
and Miss Eloise Bouvier were assisted
in entertaining the guests by Miss
Lenora Colby. Those who were invit invited
ed invited to be present and participate in
the anniversary celebration were
Elizabeth Wetherbee, Edith Edwards,
Lyndal Mathews, Alice Colbert, Edna
Bryce, Lucile Gissendaner, Lenora
Colby, Maude Lillian Little, .Rhodi
Thomas, Marie Robinson, Mary Lane,
Maude Marshall, Walter .Troxler,
Robert Spencer, Willard Steel. Wil Wilfred
fred Wilfred Harold, Ralph Simmons, Frank
Rentz, Walter Hardin, Sam Phillips,
Harry Holcomb and Randolph Math Mathews.
ews. Mathews. "THERE'S A REASON"
You can't pay the high prices for a
new lawn mower so as to put your
yard in order. I have them as good
as new ball bearing for $5 up.
3t J. W. Hunter, Locksmith.
NOTICE TO DISCHARGED
SOLDIERS AND SAILQRS
Particulars as to obtaining the
sixty dollars bonus for discharged
men can be had by applying to the
undersigned. D. Niel Ferguson,
Chairman Civilian Relief Committee,
American Red Cross, Ocala, Fla.
Peptone.
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pay may be had by addressing th Daily Times shortly after the United
Zone Finance Officer, Lemon Build- States entered the world war, and

- ing, Washington, D. C. Senator assisted in organizing and went to
it. r. Carroll, Prenident Trammell states that he will cheei France with the American tank corps,
p. v. LMTencood, Secretary-Treasurer fully render any assistance possible to has returned to Tampa and is now en-
J. n. Benjamin, Editor Florida men desiring to benefit by this gaged in compiling a most interest-
" act. ing and valuable publication which
ExsteTed at Ocala, Fla., ostofflce as will be devoted to "intimate touch
aecond-claas matter. OCALA AND THE CAPITAL sketches of prominent Floridians.
' "Who's Who in Florida," is the title

...- m As several of our contemporaries of the publication and its objects, ac-
Doalneaa Offlee Flre-Oae . 1 ...
Editortai Department Two-Severn are making remarks, some of them cordmg to the publisher, are:
spiteful, about Ocala in connection "To credit, not advertise, men who
Japan is trying to do in Korea only with Representative Phillips bill to are contributing most to the spiritual,
what America has done in the Philip- remove the state capital from Talla- political and social growth of Flor-
pines. hassee to this city, the Star would ida.
like to set forth the true position of "To give the public an insight into
Another of those yellow dispatches its town. the characters of those busy men
announces Chinese and Japanese The move was made not only with- into their fads and fancies as well as
landing by the thousand in Mexico. out the suggestion but without the their professional and business activ-
We would have much less trouble knowledge of the people of Ocala. It ities.
with Mexico if it was populated with was made by a representative from ".To depict characters in a manner
Chinese. another county, and the people of this that will bring pleasure and enlight-
city were first apprised of it by a cnment to the readers mingling hu-
During the war national debts in- dispatch from him. mor and pathos with statement of
creased as follows: United States Ocala is rather indifferent about fact and eliminating that which is
2000 per cent., England 1000 per the matter. Our people, of course, 'cut and dried.'
cent., France 350 per cent., Russia 500 would like to have the state capital. In addition to bemg one of the most
per cent., Italy 350 per cent., Germany We have no doubt that any well- versatile writers in Florida newspa newspa-675
675 newspa-675 per cent., Austria 550 per cent. posted and unprejudiced person would perdom, "Huff' is intimately ac-
decide that it was a better place for quainted with a majority of the lead-
We are supposed to be at peace the capital than Tallahassee. It is ing men of the state, by reason of
with Mexico, but the army we keep nearer the center of the state and ac- which "Who Who should be inter inter-on
on inter-on the Mexican border is considerably cessible to more people. But our peo- esting "from kiver to kiver."
bigger than the entire army was be- pie have a vivid remembrance of the Mr. Huffaker will be assisted in his
fore the Spanish-American war, and bitter contest of nineteen years ago work by Mr. Richard Elliott, who has
it costs the government a million dol- and have no intention of doing any- located in Soiith Florida after two
lars'a week. thing that will cause them to undergo years of active service with the Can-
' 1 such another experience. adians in France.
A gentleman well posted in public If the bill passes, and an election is We are not acquainted with Mr. El El-affairs
affairs El-affairs says that every time the sup- ordered, our people will do anything liott, but Mr. Huffaker is well known
ply of chicken runs short in the Talla- moderate and honorable to secure the to the newspaper men of Florida as
hassee boardinghouses while the leg- honor. They are by no means insen- an excellent writer and well-informed
islature is in session, some statesman sible to the advantage of having the man, and they will doubtless do all

beeins to talk about introducing a bill capital located here.- But this town they can to help "Who's Who" to

to move the capital. is the most independent in Florida. It well-merited success. It is a book

m is dependent on nothing but its own that should be of considerable use to

A bunch of the boys from our Third territory. It has got along very well the public men of JFlorida, particular-

Army are in trouble. They werejior mree-quarxers oi a century witn-iiy in me newspaper omtes.
traveling on a special train from out any state or federal government

Chatillon sur Seine to Toul last De- graft and without Yankee philan- Ocala asks to be the capital of
cember, and their train stopped for thropists to give it a handout, and it Florida and .rumor has it that such a
awhile alongside a French freight car can continue the performance. It proposition would meet with favor,
loaded with champagne. The wine will accept any courteous remarks in Sentiment, however, is going to be
disappeared and now the boys must the spirit they are made, and those strong enough to keep the state's ex-

pay for it. that feel like being nasty about the ecutive city on the "old red hills of

matter can go to to Chattahoochee. Leon" until that erood time when Flor

The National Association of Cotton Representative Phillips of Colum- jda will be properly divided into two
Manufacturers has declared that all bia county, who introduced the capi- states, with "South Florida" freed to
government restrictions on private tal removal bill, lived in Ocala for g0 ahead and do progressive things
business not necessary in time of several years, and knows the advant- on the big scale it desires. Miami

Deace should be removed, and that aSes OI ine Clly aimost as weii as Metropolis.

any declaration of labor that de- one of lts citizens. He was, we be- The Metropolis is wrong about

creased output' will be for the even- lieve a staunch worker lor tnis city Ocala. This city has not asked to be
- tual best good of employees as a in the campaign of 1900. Our people capital of the state. The proposition
whrl or nf ativ crnnn nf pmnlnvpea.
appreciate his courtesy and his kindly to move the capital originated outside

is an economic fallacy. interest, but they will not feel very 0f our city and county, and without

. 1 badly if his attempt is a failure, the knowledge of our people.
The Woman's International Confer- Tallahassee suits all the reacionary

ence for Permanent Peace, which met politicians in the state, and all the Raymond Robins, who in his boy boy-at
at boy-at Zurich, denounces the peace treaty, lobbyists and grafters, and they prob- hood days lived in Ocala, and who was
By the wording of their protest, these ablv have enough influence to keep sent to. Russia to work for the Am Am-ladies
ladies Am-ladies seem to think the term are the capital in its present location un- erican Red Cross, seems to have

beinir made too roueh for Germany I the state ls divided. more fully comprehended the soviet

Among them is our. own Jeannette government in that country than any

Rankin, who was elected to Comrress The Star has just received a letter other citizen of this or the Allied

as a republican, voted as a pacifist from Lieut. Clifford R. Peabody, Q. M. countries. Robins aptly describes the
and seems to be deterioratincr into a I C, -who with his wife and little son I diplomats who have been trying to

bolshevik. have been visiting his relatives at deal with the Russian question as af-
: Sanford. Lieut. Peabody, who lived flicted with the "indoor mind. When
Ocala is getting all worked up over a number of years in Ocala, takes a we look back over history and see
Vivi. ho pnniHi v cfnte mnvpd great deal of interest in the soldier how far the average statesman has

to that city, and Maricn county's rep- boys of our city, a number of whom been from the common people, we
resentative, W. W. Phillips, seems to were among the boy scouts when he can t help thinking Robins has coined
be putting in some" good licks for that was scoutmaster of that organization, a phrase that should be kept for
viTr Woli wo hnvon'f rruiph to 5v He is located at Camp Mills, and goes future use. The American delegation

on this removal proposition, as it is to New York city two or three times to Russia, of which Ehhu Root was
about threadbare, but this we do a week and 11 be very glad to help the leading member, and the people it
l, v,o i romovpd. it. any of the returning soldiers in any met, were among the most complete

will come to Orlando and nowhere way he can- He requests Ocala people specimens of "indoor mind" that
ejse Orlando Reporter-Star. whose boys are yet in Europe to send could be imagined. Ropins worked
Beg our contemporary's pardon, but them bis address, so they can hunt and spoke diligently against the Bol-
Ocala, so far from being worked up him UP they come to any of the sheviki. According to what he says,
over the capital removal question re- camPs near. New York. His address is the soviet is simply a form of local
gards it with indifference Mr Phil- Lieut. C. R. Peabody, Officers' Club, government that lay closest to the
lips does not represent Marion, but Camp M!i,N Y p0? bands of the Russian people. It is
Columbia, as the Reporter-Star should knows "Cliff" can realize that he will something betwe en the councils that

New England town meeting an im improvement
provement improvement of the first and a feeble
imitation of the last. The Bolsheviki
do not control more than a minority
of these governments, but it controls
more than any other Russian faction
and is more energetic. Robins says
the Russian people have no middle
class and the Soviets no national
spirit. If what he says is true, the
Soviets will either spread all over
Europe, except the extreme western
nations, or they will slowly evolute
into representative government. In
either case, Robins is against inter

vention in Russia, the people of which

country greatly misunderstand Amer

ica.

Industrial disputes in New York

state caused the loss of 1,519,884 days
of work during the past twelve
months, or more than forty centuries

of time.

There are 0,717,700 farms in the

United States. The area under cul

tivation in this country in 1918 was

307,738,000 acres, more than one-

fifth of the total land area of con-

inental United States.

know.

take genuine pleasure in anything he! ruled in the little Saxon communities

can do to help his friends. 'of two thousand years ago and the

Senator Park Trammell desires to
give notice to all soldiers, sailors and
marines of Florida discharged since

Nov. 11th, 1918, that under an act of
Congress approved February 28th,

1919, that they are entitled to five

cents travel pay from point of dis-

MICKIE SAYS

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The hot days are coming, don't try to
worry throuyh this summer with that old
wood stove
See us about a
Wew Perfection Oil Stove
or a
Florence Automatic Oil Stove
or better still an
Ideal Fireless Cooker.
You will be suprised to know how
cheap we can sell you this heat protection

MICKEY IS THE STAR'S DEVIL

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FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EI71BALIY1ERS
AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
No charge for delivery of caskets anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JR
Licensed Embalmera
Office Phone 10 Night Phones 225 or 423

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Real vs. False Economy
At This Time

Resist the mental suggestion to curtail your regular taking of ice
until "the weather turns warm again." Your refrigerator is going
nicely now; it is well chilled and it is doing: full duty as your prac practical
tical practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it pay sulk on you all the
remainder of the season.
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If you've not already been using Calumet,
try it and you'll find a wonderful improve improvement
ment improvement in your cakes, a more satisfying
goodness and finer texture than were ever
possible with any other baking powder. A
broad statement but proven to be. true
whenever you use Calumet it never fails.
Calumet is made in the world's largest,
finest, most sanitary baking powder factory. Used
by millions of housewives because it is economical
and gives better and more satisfactory bakings.
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Lemon flavor

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Cup sliortening
5 Eggs separated
1 cup milk or water

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4 Level cups flour

4 Level teaspoons Calumet
Baking Powder.

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How to Make It: Cream one cup of sugar with
the shortening until light, separate eggs and work

in yelloivs. Beat the egg whites with
balance of sugar to a stiff froth and add.
Next stir in one cup of flour and then
add milk. Last stir in balance of flour
" well sifted with baking powder. Bake
in medium oven.
A "tested'' Calumet recipe that insures
excellent results. Cut out and paste in
your recipe book for future reference

Do You Know This?
When you buy a pound of Calumet you get a fullpound
16 oz. Some high priced baking powders are now being
put on the market 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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on a Monument or Head Headstone
stone Headstone to mark the last rest resting
ing resting place of your loved
ones.
I71ARBLE ORiGRAHITE.
QCALApARBLE WORKS
E. W. LEAVENGOOD, Mgr.
N. Magnolia St.
OCALA. FLORIDA.

Bo Yoia Pay 6

of SIfIom Steak?

of 33 Cents?

We serve all tastes

A recent Government bulletin
quoted sirloin steak in different
cities at prices ranging from 33
to 66 cents!
We buy live cattle, according
to quality, all the way from $7.00
to $20.00 per hundred-weight,
live weight. Sirloins from these
cattle vary greatly in quality. v
Some retailers sell 33 cent sir sirloins.
loins. sirloins. These steaks come from
cheaper cattle.
Customers of other retailers
demand choice sirloins at 66 cents.
These retailers buy meat from
higher-priced cattle.
Also, the retailer who carries
complete stocks, delivers to your
door, and lets you run a charge
account, has to get higher prices
than the retailer who runs a
"cash and carry" store.
We sell beef of a given qual quality
ity quality at practically the same price
all over the country except for
slight differences due to freight
rates.
And our profit hardly affects
the price at all only a fraction
of a cent per pound.

Swift & Company,U.S.A.

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Long Distance
Moving

COVERED
MOVING
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Teaming Packing
Hosting

PHONE 296

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tteaa me oiar wani ias. u pays

If you have any society items,
please phone One-Two-One (121).
Col. G. A. Nash while in our city
was the guest of his sister-in-law,
Mrs. J. H. Strunk and family.
Remember the graduate with a
nice card. We have a pretty line.
"THE SPECIALTY SHOP." A. E.
Gerig. 16-tf
Mr. Will Sinclair has arrived in
the city from Tampa to be with his
mother, Mrs. Sinclair who is quite ill.
Why buy the "practicing" time of
an amateur workman for your auto automobile
mobile automobile when you can secure a compe competent
tent competent man at the same price? Every
one of our repair mechanics is exper experienced.
ienced. experienced. Ocala Iron Works Garage.

Phone 4. 10-t

Mrs. Lloyd, who has been the guest
of her son, Mr. M. W. Lloyd and fam family,
ily, family, left yesterday for her home in
Virginia;
See the portable Sonora, a first first-class
class first-class phonograph in handsome leather
traveling case at Goldman's. 9-4t
Mrs. Sheffield, who has spent the
winter in Ocala, as she has done so
many winters before, expects to leave
next week for her home in Leader,
Colorado.

Pretty White Sport Oxford Slip Slippers,
pers, Slippers, ivory sole and heel. Phice, $5.
Little's Shoe Parlor. 13-6t

There seems to be some misunder misunderstanding
standing misunderstanding about the musical tea which
is to be given at the Woman's Club
tomorrow afternoon. The meeting
will be an open one, that is, all friends
jf the members are cordially invited
to be present.
Large supply of Velvet Beans and
Chufas now on hand. The Ocala
Seed Store. 7-11-19

Sergeant W. H. Fuller, M. P., sends
us from France a copy of the Riviera
American, an interesting little army
paper published in Nice. He informs
us that he had at that date just met
Edward Lopez, who was enjoying a
trip thru that pretty part of France.
Free: 2 cakes Rose Bath Soap with
every purchase of 2 cakes Palmolive
Soap at G. C. Greene & Co. 15-3t
Miss Margaret Jackson and Miss
Nettie Johnson will .arrive today from
Atlanta. Miss Jackson has accepted
a position in the Munroe & Cham Cham-bliss
bliss Cham-bliss National Bank and her friends
will be glad to know that she will r
main in Ocala. Miss Johnson will b
the guest of Mrs. Peter Mackintosh
while here.

A man who KNOWS is put to worK
on your automobile when it is brought
here for repairs. You don't pay for
"experimenting." Ocala Iron Works
Garage. Phone 4. 10-6t
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Burnett will regret to hear that they
expect to leave Ocala about the 28th
of this month for Springfield, Mass.
Although Mr. and Mrs. Burnett con contemplate
template contemplate returning to Florida in the
winter, they will be truly missed by
their many friends here.
Congoleum Art Squares, a large
variety to seltc from, at Goldman's.
Douglas Fairbanks fairly outdid
himself in the picture, "Say, Young
Fellow," at the Temple yesterday. He
certainly had a bunch of bright minds
to invent the many surprising stunts
he pulled off. It was a live picture.
Today the Temple has Tom Moore, in
"Thirty a Week," and the Internation International
al International News, and the feature tomorrow
will be pretty and winning Carmel
Myers in "The Little White Savage."
All having repairs at my place,
call and take them out before the
28th of this month, as I shall leave
on that date. A. E. Burnett. 14-3t

A HOME WEDDING

A very quiet weding xvas solemniz solemnized
ed solemnized Wednesday afternoon at 5 o'clock
at the residence of Mrs. G. E. Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, when Miss Julia Thompson be became
came became the bride of Mr. A. C. Hopper,
Rev. Smith Hardin officiating.
The bride looked very lovely in
gray taffeta. Mrs. Hopper is the at attractive
tractive attractive and youngest daughter of
Mrs. G. E. Thompson, and has for a
number of years resided in Ocala,
where for sometime she has been with
Mrs. Ellis in the millinery parlor.
Mr. Hopper comes from Lakeland,
where he is a valued employe of the
Atlantic Coast Line railroad.
The bridal couple left on the mid midnight
night midnight train for a short wedding trip
to Washington, New York and other
points of interest. Mrs. Hopper wore
a very becoming traveling suit of
navy blue French serge, with geor georgette
gette georgette blouse to match.
Mr. and Mrs. Hopper, after their
return wilF be at home to their friends
in Lakeland, where in the future they
will reside. Their many friends join
the Star in wishing Mr. Hopper and
his bride a very happy married life.
Ask the man who has triedLpur auto
repair department about out' service.
Hell tell you "the reason" it pays to
buy the time of experienced men.
Ocala Iron Works Garage. Phone 4. 6t

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Regular Value to $10.00

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TAFFETA AND
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RAILROAD

SCHEDULES

Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Leave
2:50 am.
1:C2 pm.
4:07 pm.

Arrive
2:50 am.
3:21 pm.
5:10 p. m

1

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1:41 pm.

4:07 pm.

J'ckaonvllle-NewYoTk
Jacksonville
JacksonTille

Tampa
2:50 a. m) ilanate
( St. Petersburg
3:28 pm. Tampa-Manatee

5:10 pm. Tampa-SL Petersburg

ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrire
2:12 pm J'cksonvllle-New York 3:15 am.
2:20 pm. J'ksonvllle-O'lnejvllle 3:35 pm.

J'ksonviUe-G'nesylll 10:13 pm.
St. Pefabrg-Lakeland 2:12 am.
St. Pefsbrg-Lakeland 2:00 pm.
Durmellon- Wilcox

Du'nellon-L'keUnd
Homoaaasa

Leeaburg-

8:42 am.
3:15 am.
3:35 pm.

7:10 am.
7:40 am.
3:25 pm.
10:13 pm.

4:45 pm. Gainesville

Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

11:03 pm.
1:45 pm.
6:42 am.
11:50 am.

Mclycr & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47. 104 JC5
OCALA, FLORIDA

LIFE

FIRE

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

REBUILDING TIRES BY VULCANIZING

Is the cheapest nd 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 rebuild,
and most tires and tubes
are in this class. Startot
economize.

VULCANIZE!
Oklavvaha Ave.

Ocala, Fla.

THE WHN1DSOR-HOTEL
Jacksonville, Florida.

In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining' room service is
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $6.

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH,
Proprietor.

If the other fellow can make advertising pay why not you ? Call phone 51.

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Fisk and Swinhart Tireshave been re reduced
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"THE TIRE MAM"

LATEST LOCALS

Mr. J. S. Martin is representing the
Moss Bluff section in the city today.
Miss Ethel Borland and Mrs. Du Du-pree
pree Du-pree of Citra were shopping in the
city today.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacoby of Weirsdale
spent the day in the city guests of
Mr. and Mrs. N. U. Kindt.

Condensed Statement of the

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Mr. H. E. Schoeflin, representing
one of Tampa's wholesale candy con concerns,
cerns, concerns, is calling on the Ocala merch merchants
ants merchants today.
Miss Nellie Gottlieb expects to go
to Jacksonville this week for a visit

with Mrs. Herbert Lattner before go

ing north for the sumemr.

Mr. and Mrs. N. U. Kindt have re

turned home after a delightful two
days visit at the home of Mr. and

Mrs. H. L. Straub at South Lake
Weir.

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1 light Buick Six Touring Car, perfect con-.
dition; tires have never been run at all.
1 Dodge Touring Car, almost as good as
new.
1 Dodge Touring Car in first class mechan mechanical
ical mechanical condition.
1 1918 model Chevrolet Touring Car; per-'
feet condition; brand new tires, bat- -tery,
etc.
1 four cylinder 1918 model Buick Road Roadster;
ster; Roadster; good condition.
1 1917 model Overland Touring Car; in first
class condition mechanically and as to
tires and body. v
1 first class Ford Touring Car.
1 Maxwell Touring Car, 1918 model; never
. used at all.
1 1917 model Maxwell Touring Car; fine
condition thruout.
1 1918 model Maxwell Touring Car; fine
condition
1 1916 model Maxwell Touring Car.
1 1913 model Cadillac Touring Car, (you
can name the price) and it is in good
condition with good tires.
, 1 Republic 3-4 ton Internal-Gear Truck,
with body and canopy top, fine mechan mechanical
ical mechanical condition.
White Gasolene Touring Car, 1913 model,
in very best of mechanical condition,
looks fine.
These car are all good values and can

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MAXWELL-CHALMERS AGEf'CY
OCALA - FLORIDA

The many friends of Mrs. William

Sinclair and her family regret to

earn tnat her condition is very se

rious and little hope of her recovery

is entertained.

j Munroe & Chambliss National Bank
; of Ocala, Florida
; At the close of business May 12th, 1919, as called for by the Comptroller
Z of the Currency.

RESOURCES

Loans and Discounts
Stocks, Bonds and Securities
U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation
Overdrafts
Bank Building, Furniture and Fixtures
Other Real Estate --
Cash in Vault and with Banks
5 Redemption Fund with U. S. Treasurer.

$

457,596.92
319,749.59
49,000.00
184.39
38,500.00
14,115.96
188,385.10
2,500.00

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lutz will leave

m a lew days lor Irvine, wnere Mr.

Lutz has accepted a position as super

intendent of the Irvine Crate & Bas

ket Company's mill.

Miss Carrie Pelot is expected today

from Jacksonville, where she has beei

for the past two weeks. While in

Ocala she will be the guest of her

aunt, Mrs. P. W. Whitesides.

TOTAL $ 1.070,031.96

Mrs. Edgar Price of Williston

spent the day in the city shopping.
She also came to meet her small
daughter Mary, who has been stay

ing in Jacksonville with Mrs. Price's
sister, Mrs. Haley.

Miss Dorothea Webber is going to

Dade City this afternon to relieve
Miss Ida Collens, manager of the
Postal office there, so Miss Collens
may visit her: brother, Eddie at his
home in Summerfield, wher he arriv arrived
ed arrived today from Camp Jackson.

Peptone, the Great Tonic- tf
Messrs. T. S. Mathews and S. R.

Waters of Reddick passed through
Ocala yesterday afternoon en route
to St. Petersburg. They are on the
verge of a big real estate deal, and

promise to let their friends know of

it in a short time.

Last evening a most enjoyable and
congenial party of about twenty-five
young people went to the springs to

spend a pleasant evening. The party
carried their supper and thoroughly
enjoyed the boating and bathing. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Ditto and Mrs. Mamie

Fox acted as chaperones.

Mr. J. M. Douglas, the Weirsdale

merchant, who was in the city yes

terday, says that his section will have
great quantities of melons this sea

son. Extra attractive prices are be

ing offered for the first shipments,

and quite a few growers have dispos

ed of their crops at very satisfactory

prices.

Mrs. T. E. Briggs, who for the

past few months has made her home
in Ocala with Mrs. W. L. Scott, went
to Jacksonville yesterday and will
sail today for New York, where she

goes preparatory, to sailing for
France. While in France she will go
to Brussels, Lille and Antwerp, where

she and her family have property,

Mrs. Briggs expects to return

Ocala next November to make her

home.

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Peptone is sold in Ocala at Gerig's

Drug Store at one dollar per bottle, tf

airs. a. a. witners. arrived yes

terday for a two weeks stay with her

mother, Mrs. Rex Todd. This is the
first time that Mrs. Withers has been

in Ocala since her marriage to Lieut.
Withers and her friends are delighted

to have her with them again. Lieut

v uners servea some montns in
France and although he has been in
the states some time, he has justre-

cently received his discharge. Mrs

Withers will remain here until after

school is out, when she and her moth

er will make their plans for the sum
mer.

Advertise and get Results.

LIABILITIES
Capital Stock $
Surplus
Undivided Profits
Reserved for Interest
Circulation 1
Deposits .'- ...
TOTAL...: 5

50,000.00
30,000.00
11,701.83
1,000.00
50,000.00
927,330.13
1,070,031.96

Deposits, May. 12th, 1919. $927,330.13
Deposits, May, 12th, 1918 -.1 684,542. 15
Increase for One Year.... $242,787.98
On the strength of the above statement we solicit your business

i UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED. LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

to Mrs. A. M. Kichline, at Oklawaha
Inn, 239 Oklawaha Ave. 8-6t

WANTED Second hand living room
set, porch chair, ice box; good con condition.
dition. condition. Postoffice Box 326. 14-3t

RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in advance.

FOR SALE Lawn swing and several
cords of stove wood, pine and oak.
Apply to Tom Lutz, 810 East Third
street. 16-3t

FOR SALE Full blooded registered
Hampshire board. A fine animal. Will
be sold cheap if taken at once. Ad Address
dress Address T. C. Carter, Ocala, Fla. 16-6t

FOR SALF Dandy Jersey milk cow,
just fresh. Apply to C. A. Holloway,
715 S. Lime St., Ocala, Fla. 5-G-6t

FOR SALF, Fine black mare, per perfectly
fectly perfectly gentle and will work anywhere.
Will be sold cheap. Apply to T. C.
Carter, at Carter's Bakery. North
Main street. 16-6t

WANTED Highest prices paid for
squash, ontons, eggs, chickens, sweet
and Irish potatoes for immediate
shipment. Ocala Exchange & Hide.
Co., Carmichael Bldg., North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street. 15-3t

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

SALT FISH

TV ANTED All kinds of econd hand
Furniture, Stoves, Organs and
other household necessities. Get my
prices. L. Hurst, at B. Goldman's,
O'-ala, Fla. 24-lm
WANTED All owners of either
Maxwell or Ford cars to know that all
necessary repair work can be done at
reasonable prices at the Maxwell Re Repair
pair Repair Shop. We have with us Mr.
Drummond, an expert mechanic on
above named cars. Promptand effic efficient
ient efficient service. 12-6t

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

FOR EXCHANGE A small amount
of YOUR money for good value in
auto truck service. Long distance
hauling, also estimates given for mov moving
ing moving vegetables to shipping points. Call
on or write L. E. YONCE, Ocala, Fla.

Mrs. Elmer DeCamp and her broth
er, Mr. Heerdt and Mrs. Heerdt and

son returned yesterday irom a most

delightful trip in the southern part of

me state, iney nave Deen away

about a month and during that time

have been to Green Springs, Tampa,

St. Petersburg, Sanford and other
points of interest. The party made
the trip in their car and report a
pleasant time. Mr. Heerdt is de delighted
lighted delighted with Florida, although it Is
not the first time he has visited here.
Mr. and Mrs. Heerdt and son left
early this morning for their home in
Stamford, Conn.
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida- tf

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

FOR SALE My household goods at
215 South Second, street. Mrs. A. E.
Burnett. 14-3t

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

KILL MALARIA GERMS WITH DR.
WILLIAMS' 101 TONIC

Mosquito bites cause malaria. And
Dr. Williams Tonic kills malarial
germs. These two scientific facts
have been proved over and over again.
People ni the malarial sections look
upon this Tonic as the finest medicine
in the world. One of its ingredients
is quinine, which is deadly to the

malarial germ, destroying it as soon

WANTED Your repair work ,onas the Tonic impregnates the system
guns, locks, lawn mowers, etc, at; and relieving the patient of all dis-

301 S. Main St. Also buy and sell sec-

Salt Ocean Whiting
per lb 10c
This fish is packed in brine the
same as mackerel is packed. The meat
is white and the fish weigh from
eight to sixteen ounces.
North Carolina Round II erring
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
appetizing breakfast.
0. K. TEAPOT
GROCERY

V

Honest now, what

"i would you do without

your eyes? THINK.

flS Prevention is best.

For the eye see
Dr. IL J. Weihe.
Eyesight Specialist
Graduate Optometrist
With Weihe Co., Jewelers. Ocala, Fla.

end hand furniture at 307 S. Main St.
J. W. Hunter, the Locksmith. 13-tf

WANTED Your stove, range and
refrigerator repair work. We also
buy and sell second hand, stoves. Acme
Stove Hospital, 326 North Maagnolia
Street.

FOR SALi: We have on hand a
worm-driven Ford truck which we will
sil at a bargain. Auto Sales Co.,
NorthMain St., phone 248. tf

FOR RENT Four weU furnished
sleeping rooms; thoroughly screened;
bath and other conveniences. Apply

agreeable features of disease. An

other ingredient is iron, which
stregthens and invigorates and helps
the body to repel attacks of any ail ailment.
ment. ailment. Another ingredient is magne magnesia,
sia, magnesia, which keeps the bowels regular
and assists in throwing off the accu accumulation
mulation accumulation of waste. BiUions of mo mosquitoes
squitoes mosquitoes are hatching now for the
summer campaign and if they infest
your section, you should have Dr.
Williams' 101 Tonic. It is a good med medicine
icine medicine for any one in poor' health.
Adv. B5-4-26-19

ASK
F. VV. DITTO
Local Agent for the
PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO.
About the new Life Policies now
being written by this grand old
company.
F. W.OITTO. OCA Lfl.FLfl.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Honey than any other
contror .In the city.

You get 4 cakes of soap a the price j Large supply of Velvet Beans and
cf 2 cakes of Palmolive for a few Chufas now on Hand. The Ocala
days only at G. C. Greene & Co. 15-3t ;eed Store. 7-11-19



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