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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1919.
VOL. 2G, NO. 125
MAIL 111 HARD
OVER THE ftllEY
OCALA WILL Mil
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Terms of. Peace
Asked to Become Mandatory for the
Turks as Well as for the
Washington, May 23. Early with-
ilrnwnl nf thf pnf irf American armv
from Europe will be demanded fcy ADDAMP
Representative Kahn, chairman of the j ll H K II a j
House military committee, when he fllllirillU
'speaks before the House on his two!
months investigation of conditions in
-the American expeditionary army.
'Mr. Kahn returned to Washington to to-!day
!day to-!day and immediately began organiz organizing
ing organizing his committee.
The American troops, Mr. Kahn
iaid, he found liked neither French
nor British troops and he reiterated
"there was no doubt that both of the
latter were beaten when the Ameri American
can American army stepped in.
Mr. Kahn announced he would press
for publication of the full terms of
the peace treaty immediately. The
published summary, he declared, was
far different from the treaty itself
and he predicted the American people
would "receive a great many sur surprises
prises surprises when they study it carefully."
Council of Four, Regardless of Ru Rumors,
mors, Rumors, Steadily Proceeds with
WANTS THEM SEP
, Washington, May 23. A resolution
declaring it the sense of the Senate
I that the covenant of the league of na nations
tions nations be separated from the peace
.' treaty when it is submitted for rati-
fication was introduced in the Senate
by Senator Sherman, republican, of
I JOHNSON DEMANDS FULL TEXT
Washington,1 May 23. Senator
Johnson of California, called up for
consideration in .the Senate today his
- resolution asking the state depart department
ment department to furnish the Senate the com complete
plete complete text of the peace treaty.
J WAR RISK BILL
Washington, May 23. The Senate
today passed without debate or
amendment the deficiency appropria-
tion; bill adopted yesterday by the
House carrying forty-five million dol dollars
lars dollars for war risk allotments to fam fam-ilies
ilies fam-ilies of soldiers and sailors and for
dependents of civil war veterans. The
; rneasurcrTiow goes to the president.
Washington, May 23. An attempt
i; was made to demolish the American
'legation building at San Jose, Costa
( Rica. Monday nisrht by a bomb, ac
cording to state department advices
I received today. Only slight damage
Paris, May 23. The council of four
this morning discussed the military
terms and clauses relative to prison prisoners
ers prisoners of war which will be incorporated
in the treaty with Austria.
WILL CROSS THEIR FINGERS
Paris, May 23. The Chinese dele
gates to the peace conference, it is un understood,
derstood, understood, have decided to sign the
peace treaty with reservations rela-
ive to Kia Chau and 'Shantung.
Versailles, May 23A-(By the Asso
ciated Press) Count von Brockdorff-
Rantzau and his colleagues on the
German peace delegation who left
aris yesterday for Spa are expected
o return Sunday. There is no indica-
ion that their absence -is interfering
with the progress of negotiations, the
emaining delegates proceeding with
he work as usual.
ESTHONIANS MOVING UP
London, May 23. Esthonian forces
are rapidly approacmng r etrograa
rem the west, according to an official
statemetn issued at Esthonian army
CABINET MAY COLLAPSE
Berlin, May 23. ( By the Associat
ed Press.) The unexpected depar
ture of Chancellor Scheidemann, Von
Bernstorff, Bernard Dernberg and Dr.
Bell, the colonial minister, for Spa
ast night started a resumption of the
rumors of a cabinet crisis. Reports
of dissension in the cabinet have been
prominent the last few days.
SPAIN RECOGNIZES POLAND
WAITING ON THE WEATHER
Washington, May 23. Weather
conditions at Ponta Delgada were
still unfavorable for resumption of
the trans-Atlantic flight by the NC-4
today, according; to reports received
C. OF C. REPORT
The following report of the Fanny
R. Gary Chapter, No. 10, Children of
the Confederacy, was made by Mrs.
Ed. Carmiehael, director, at the re
cent convention in Jacksonville:
Madame President and Daughters
of the Confederacy: Our report is
not as large as we would like to have
had, however the members of our
chapter have shown their patriotic
spirit by devoting their time to the
Red Cross, lending assistance in var
icus ways to our soldier boys, who
like the veterans of the sixties, march
ed bravely into death that we migh
have peace and liberty.
The Children of the Confederacy
were among the first to donate cloth
ing to the Belgian children. Our
treasurer has given a demonstration
of her patriotism by selling war bread
recipes; $10.35 to the Daughters of
the Confederacy. ; We have also made
a generous donation of smoking to
bacco for the dear veterans at the sol
diers' home. This tobacco was deliv
ered to the veterans by one of the
Children of the Confederacy.
On April 26th the children assisted
the Daughters in the memorial ex
ercises, and donated flowers to dec
orate the Confederate monument and
the soldiers' graves.
We pledge our chapter to exert its
best efforts to obtain a better and
more satisfactory report at our next
state convention in 1920.
Mrs. Ed Carmiehael, Director.
Paris, May 23. (By the Associated
Press.) Henry Morgenthau, former
American ambassador to Turkey, has
submitted a memorandum to Presi President
dent President Wilson concerning the proposal
for the United States to become man mandatory
datory mandatory for Constantinople. It is un
derstood he favors inclusion of Con
stantinople, Anatolia and Armenia
under one mandate as being advant
ageous for .administration purposes,
by combining a large section of north north-em
em north-em Asia Minor under a central administration.
Commencement Service at
Temple Theater Sunday,
May 25, at 11 A. M.
Processional, "Crown Him With
Hymn, "HolyHoly, Holy."
Invocation by Rev Smith Hardin.
Anthem, "Oh Lord, How Manifold,"
Great English Newspaper Will
for Relatives of Hawker
London, May 23. The Daily Mail
announces it intends, if Hawker and
Grieve lost their lives attempting to
fly across the Atlantic, to devote
$50,000 to their next of kin in the pro
portions Hawker and Grieve had al already
ready already agreed to divide the prize. This
disposition will not interfere with the
coiitest, which is still open.
MAY MAY BEEN THEIR LIGHT
London, May 23. The cable ship
Faraday reports having sighted the
red light of an airplane early Monday
morning approximately half way be between
tween between England and Newfoundland iu
the course which would have .been
followed by Hawker.
LONG DEATH LIST
Board of Trade Directs that Thanks
be Extended Representative Phil Phillips
lips Phillips for Resolutions and Determines
to Hare Government Seat in this
Ocala wants the state capital. If
the Phillips resolutions are not adopt adopted
ed adopted at this session of the legislature,
an effort will be made to have similar
resolutions adopted in 1921. The Mai Mai-ion
ion Mai-ion County Board of Trade at its
meeting last night directed that
thanks be extended Representative
Phillips, of Columbia county, for in introducing
troducing introducing the resolutions to have th
capital removed to Ocala, and that
Mr. Phillips be advised that Ocala
would do all in its power to secure the
state government. The Board of Trade
directed, also that a letter of appre appreciation
ciation appreciation be sent to all legislators who
have favored or worked for the re removal
moval removal of the capital to this city.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, May 23. The!
death list as a result of the fire and
explosion yesterday in the Douglas
Scripture reading by Rev. John R. starch plant here numbered ten today.
Prayer by Rev. C. M. Brittain.
Anthem, "Jubilate Deo," Schubert.
Hymn, "The Church's One Founda Foundation."
tion." Foundation." Sermon by Rev. C. M. Brittain.
Hymn, "How Firm a Foundation."
Benediction by Rev. J. R. Herndon.
DR. W. P. WILSON
Madrid, May 23. Spain has sent
remier Paderewski of Poland an
acknowledgement of Polish independ
ence and recognition of the govern government
ment government of Poland.
BOARD OF HEALTH MEETING
AT THE PRIMARY SCHOOL
BROOM SPECIAL FOR
SATURDAY AND MONDAY
These brooms are made of good
quality broom corn; strongly sewed
and durable. Regular 75 cent and $1
brooms. Now to be had at 50 cents.
"Why Pay More?" B. GOLDMAN.
An elegant line of graduating pres presents
ents presents at THE BOOK SHOP. St
The secondh and third grades of the
primary school held their last board
of health meeting yesterday morning.
During the week each morning the
hands, eyes and teeth of each child
are examined for cleanliness, and at
the fend of the week the average is
reported. If the children have an av average
erage average of 85 or more the room is given
a blue ribbon. Twice a week the chil children
dren children are instructed in hvsriene and
sanitation and then at the board of
health meeting on Thursday, b. pro,
gram is given by the children, a re
sume of what they have learned from
the lessons. This board of health has
its own president and secretary, chos chosen
en chosen from the children and by the way
they conducted themselves during the
meeting yesterday morning the offic officers,
ers, officers, Veda Barnett, president, and
Malcolm Davis, secretary, have start started
ed started well on the road to become first
class parliamentarians. The subject
for discussion yesterday; was, well
and cistern, good and bad, milk, a
food and a poison and the chemical
analysis of milk. This seems a heavy
subject for such small children, but
by the way they treated their subject
they seem to have mastered it well.
Thqre were two papers read, the rest
of the program, besides the clever
recitations on "Swat the Fly" and
"How to Make Ocala Beautiful," be
mg extemporaneous. The talks were
made more- clear and interesting by
pictures and illustrations on the
blackboards. Master Jim Cox gave a
good report on "Sanitation in the
Army Camps," as Dr. Watt had ex
plained it to him. The regular rou
tine business of committee reports
was attended to by the chairmen of
committees yard committee, house
committee and personal hygiene com
mittee. The report of the house com
mittee will be a good example of how
' J i i.1 A. .1 1 1
ccncise anu 10 me point mese cnu
d?en have been instructed to make
their reports! The report of the house
committee reads: "Dirt, some; dust,
some; flies, none; mosquitof.s, none.
All during the exercise one could see
what pains the teachers had taken
that the meeting and reports should
be criven in a business like way. In
Genuine and sincere were the ex expressions
pressions expressions of .regret and sorrow when
the news was flashed over town that
the gentle spirit of Dr. W. P. Wilson
had gone out with the tide to that
land from which no traveler returns.
- Dr. Wilson was the father of Mrs.
E. L. Carney, a well known resident
of this city, and had made his homu
here for many winters. This winter he
had not been in his usual health, al although
though although he had not been confined to
his bed, and all hoped with returning
spring and warm summer days he
would regain his accustomed health.
This morning Dr. Wilson failing to
arise at his accustomed time, they
thought him sleeping, but on entering
the room the second time they found
that he had passed away in his sleep.
A passing physician was called in and
it was found that he was beyond med medical
ical medical assistance, and had been dead
probably two hours.
Dr. Wilson was a gentle and court
ly gentleman who had endeared him
self to all who knew him. While he
had passed beyond his alloted time of
three score years and ten, the addi additional
tional additional years had not weighed upon
him, as his spirit and mind were
young and active, in all that pertain pertained
ed pertained to the welfare of his fellow men.
His loss will be felt not only in his
family and immediate circle of friends
but by the community at large.
He leaves to mourn his death three
daughters, 31rs. Scott of Savannah,
Mrs. Mimms of Kentucky and Mrs.
Carney of this city.
Mclver & MacKay. have prepared
the body for shipment to Kentucky,
where the remains will be placed in
the family burial ground beside those
of his wif e, who preceded him some
few years ago.
The Star extends its sympathy to
the bereaved family, to Mr. and Mrs.
Carney in this their hour of trial and
Fourteen are listed as .seriously in
jured, many fatally.
FRIEND OF THE FARMER
Senator Crosby Wants Them Better
Supplied with Hog Serum
Under a good picture of our Senator
Crosby, the Times-Union prints the
Tallahassee, May 22. Senator W.
J. Crosby today proved his friendship
ior tne iarmer wnen ne succeeded m
amending the hom cholera serum bill
to increase the appropriation from
STATE ROAD EQUIPMENT
Burbank, May 22. Mrs. Beal of
Kansas City, Mo., who has been
spending the winter with Mrs. Tour Tour-tellot,
tellot, Tour-tellot, returned to her home last
H. I. Turner made a business trip
to Ocala Thursday.
Mr. F. M. Chaffee attended the
postmasters convention in Orlando
Mr. and Mrs. W. Bogue enter entertained
tained entertained at dinner Sunday, Mrs. Tour Tour-tellot,
tellot, Tour-tellot, Mr. Jim Tourtellot and Mr. and
Mrs. George Clin e man.
Several took advantage of the ex ex-sursion
sursion ex-sursion Monday and visited Ocala.
Mr. and' Mrs. Geo. H. Dyke and
children, Dorothea and Justine, of
Palatka, are guests of Mrs. V. H.
Miss Ruth Chaffee spent last week weekend
end weekend at her home here.
$75,000 to $100,000. He opposed all
unfriendly amendments and support-; Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Tar
ed all amendments to strengthen the ner entertained as dinner guests Mr.
bill, fathering the one to increase the and Mrs. Geo. H. Dyke, Dorothea and
appropriation, which was adopted on Justine Dyke of Palatka and Mrs. V.
his motion. I II. Turner and Mr. Raymond Turner.
Performance of "A College Town" by the High
Temple this Evening
School Students at the
Tallahassee, May 22. State High
way Engineer Cocke got word at six
o'clock last night that 63 new trucks,
first of Florida's allotment for road
building purposes from the war de department
partment department are now available 'and ask
ing for shipping instructions. The
trucks will be sent to aJcksonville and
distributed to counties where needed
This is the first installment of fed
eral aid, but it is not part of the allot allotment
ment allotment of $2,818,000 which the state
must match. This is supplementary
aid and is sent in advance because the
federal government is confident the
state will meet federal aid. If rt
should fail Mr. Cocke is apprehensive
that trucks would be withdrawn for
trucks are sent only to federal aid
states. This is not all that the fed federal
eral federal government will furnish in this
way, otner trucks, steam shovels,
tents, harness and much other equip
ment being available when needed.
The trucks which are now on the way
are estimated as worth $140,000. The
principal item is 42 Nash two-ton
quadruple drive trucks.
The Igou bill, turning all state con convicts
victs convicts over to the road department ex except
cept except 75 able-bodied ones for the Rai Rai-fwd
fwd Rai-fwd prison farm, passed 'the house
yesterday. This bill passed the senate
last week. With the passaere of the
two-mill tax levy federal aid will be
met and road building can begin in
Florida on a scale never before dream dreamed
ed dreamed of.
these lessons and -meetings the chil children
dren children get a good basis to work on, in
the rudiments of hygiene, how to fight
mosquitoes and flies and many things
that will be most useful to them as
future citizens and housekeepers."
Jimmie Cavendish Rah-rah Boy
. Leonard Wesson
Tad Cheseldine College Cut-Up
Leviticus. Ace of Spades
, Lamar Barnett
Major Kilpepper Head of the Military
Prof. Senacharrib Popp Chair of Philology
Scotch MacAllister Football Captain
Shorty Long... Ubiquitous Freshman
Billy Van Dorn On Glee Club
Dr. Twiggs. On Faculty
Miss "Jim" Channing Girl from Dixie
Marjorie Haviland College "Widow"
"Ma" Baggsby Popular Landlady
Miss Jane Cavendish of Cavendish & Dean, Wall St.
Mrs. Cleopatra Popp Faculty Type
Mrs. Mollie Stiles Honeymooner
Cevie Roberts ;
Miss Twiggs College Relic
Mrs. Twiggs.... Motherly Old Soul
Students, Faculty Members, Football Team:
Fred Winer, Willard Steele, Ray Priest, Nat
Mayo, Walter Hardin, James Fielding, Walter Trox Trox-ler,
ler, Trox-ler, Jack Camp, Harry Holcomb.
ACT. I. College Boarding House.
ACT. II. Faculty Dinner at Popp's Home.
ACT. III. Football Game.
Act. 1. Jimmie Cavendish has been on a lark, has
painted the campus red, and, incidentally, has kiss kissed
ed kissed Cleopatra Popp, wife of the faculty chairman of
discipline committee. The irate couple arrive, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by the blood-thirsty Major Kilpepper,
with Jimmie's fraternjty pin as proof against him.
He works the committee with this story: that he
had been out the night before with Aunt Jane, who
is thinking of endowing a chair at the college. Mar Mar-jcrie,
jcrie, Mar-jcrie, Tad and Shorty, each unknown to the other,
impersonates Aunt Jane. "Jim" Channing, Mas
niece, arrives, and captivates Jimmie's fancy. The
Ace of Spades has troubles of his own.
Act. II. Mrs. Popp entertains the faculty at din dinner
ner dinner in honor of Aunt Jane (Tad in disguise). The
real Aunt Jane arrives and goes to the party. Tad
hustles her away before she meets the others. The
Major proposes to Tad. College Glee Club serenades
the party, are treated rather shabbily and out of
revenge, spike the punch. The hen-pecked Popp
takes too much and attempts to assert nimself. Jim Jimmie's
mie's Jimmie's admiration for "Jim" deepens. Tad gets tired
cf being the "goat." ...
Act. III. On the side lines at the Thanksgiving
football game. Bexley rooters are all blue. "Ma"
and the real Aunt Jane arrive at the game. The
Major renews his love making, much to. Aunt Jane's
surprise. Tad explains the joke and arranges a
compromise. Tad is needed as a substitute in the
game. They rush Aunt Jane on the field. Jimmie
rescues her and obtains forgiveness. Jiminie makes
the touchdown and wins the game.
Act III., Scene II. Jim and Miss "Jin. alone on
stage. She hails Jim as a hero and he takes her in
his arms as the curtain falls.
Special music by Girls' Glee Club, Male Quartette
and Mixed Quartette, under direction of Miss Porter.
ADOPTED WITHOUT A KEIITII1G VOTE BE
G POITIIIG THE T1EE-i.IL
TAX III EFFECT
Unless there is immediate action,
s i i i m y
ucaia may nna useu wiui very Daaiy
ers of the city schools are very much
underpaid, as compared with teachers
in schools of similar standing. The I
educational committee of the Board'
of Trade finds that the salaries of the
teachers in the Ocala schools must I
either he increased, nr the ritv mnt
be content with second rate instruc-j
tion. "Not for the purpose of im-j Board of Trade Adopts Resolution.
proving the efficiency and compara- j Petitioning Legislature to Place I:
uve sianaara oi ucaia scnoois, out to'
maintain their present relative posi-i
tion and past standard of service," the I
educational committee recommended j
It Fl ?
Jul I l H
stitution for White Patients in IT
Center of Florida.
Upon the recommendation cf tho
to a largely attended meeting of the j board of governors the Marion Coua Coua-Board
Board Coua-Board of Trade last night, that a'ty Board of Trade last ni-ht adopted
three-mill school tax be levied. The j resolutions respectfully petitioning
report of the committee was adopted thcUegislature to locate the Florida
by the trade body without a dissent-'State Hospital for white patients in
mg vote. jthe vicinity of Ocala. It was pclr.tc 1
The naerobars of the educational ( out in the meeting of the trade body,
committee who made the report are: j that the hospital should have a cen cen-W.
W. cen-W. T. Gary, chairman, J. E. Chace, ; tral location, and one easily accf
E. H. Martin, F. R. Hocker and W. B. 'ble, a location in a high and rolling
Cassels. It was pointed out last night and beautiful country such as this
that the county school board does not : county provides, in a rich farrsir. :
feel that it should levy the three-mill section, and near a city which will
school la:, in view of the fact that work for the good of the institution.
Marion county voted against the con-: it was pointed out that the pcoph cf
stitutional amendment which au-j Ocala and Marion county have always
thonze3 the same, but the situation taken great interest in any and r.'.l
is considered a very serious one, and institutions affecting humanity r.r 1
an effort will be made to arouse pub-;worked for their up-building and 1
lie sentiment m the county to come to terment.
the assistance of the schools. Every j
member of the Board of Trade at the
meeting last night will make an ef-or tne more progressive scnoois ci t..a
fort to obtain as many letters as pos-!state have aleady lengthened lis
sible from citizens asking the county term for a11 grades, and it appears to
school board to make the levy. The be essential that unless Ozzlz'z
educational committee and publicity schools to compare unfavorably
committee meet this afternon at 5 j Wlth otners of tiieir r&nk, the fci-h
oclock in the Board of Trade rooms: school department term must to
with a view to giving the situation
wide publiicty and to arousing senti sentiment
ment sentiment to save the situation.
The report of the committee, in full,
Report of the Committee
To Marion County Board of Trade:
The educational committee has in inquired
quired inquired into the present financial con condition
dition condition and immediate future essential
needs of the Ocala special tax school
district. We have had the assistance
and hearty co-operation of the trus trustees
tees trustees of the district, the superintend superintendent
ent superintendent of public instruction and chair chairman
man chairman of the county school board.
We find that teachers in the Ocala
schools are receiving less pay than
other teachers of the same qualifica qualifications
tions qualifications engaged in cities of Ocala's
class; that in many of the progressive
schools of Florida substantial in increases
creases increases of salaries have been .the rule
during the last five years, and that in
some instances this increase has been
over 40 per cent but during the same
period the salaries paid teachers in
the Ocala schools have' remained al almost
most almost stationary, in some cases no
increase at all being granted and in no
case more than 8 -3 per cent. As
examples of how our schools com
pare with others in this respect, we
are informed grade teachers in Ocala
art receiving $65 for work for which
teachers of the same qualifications
would be paid in the Gainesville
schools 85 per month, and in Duval
county we learn that the minimum
salary to be paid a grade teacher for
the next term is $75 per month, which
is equal to the maximum in Ocala.
The inevitable consequence of these
salary increases in other schools Is
that the salaries offered teachers in
the Ocala schools must either be sub substantially
stantially substantially increased so as to compare
favorably with those paid elsewhere,
living conditions considered, or, Ocala
schools, paying second rate salaries,
must be content with second rate
teachers, and must expect second
rate service. The law of supply and
demand operates here as elsewhere,
and we cannot hope to get teachers of
the best qualifications unless we are
prepared to pay what such teacher
can get in other towns of this class.
We find also that the Ocala schools
are very.meagerly equipped with cer certain
tain certain apparatus in the way of maps,
charts, globes, etc., considered essen
tial by modern teachers in the dail
school work, and that there are no
funds at present available for supply supplying
ing supplying these needs.
The Southern Association of Col Colleges
leges Colleges and High Schools has recently
adopted a rule that graduates of high
schools which maintain less than a
thirty-six weeks term shall not be ad admitted
mitted admitted to such colleges without ex examination.
amination. examination. Our present term in the
Ocala schools is thirty-two weeks, and
as we understand the situation in
order for Ocala high school graduates
to enter any of these colleges without
examination, the term for the high
school department must be increased
netx year to thirty-six weeks. Icme
lengthened next year as indicated.
Ocala school have other important
needs which must be supplied sense
time in the future, but this report Is
intended to deal with only such mat matters
ters matters as must have immediate atten attention,
tion, attention, not for the purpose of improv improving
ing improving the efficiency and
standard of Ocala schools, but to
maintain their present relativa peti petition
tion petition and past standard of service.
We estimate that this necessary in increase
crease increase in salaries and extra four
weeks in the high "school department
term, and this additional equipment
will require the expenditure r.cr.t
year of about $5500 for Ocala wheel 3
more than was spent this year. XL a
levy for school taxes for the yee.r
coming to a close was all that the lar
allowed for' both the school district
and the county, and the receipts and
expenditures are about equal. Sineo
this levy was made, however, a cen-
! stitutional amendment has hrrn
adopted which authorizes boards cf
public instruction to add an additional
three-mill school tax which, we are
informed, would barely yield in ta::c3
sufficient revenue to meet these in increased
creased increased expenses.
We are not unmindful cf the fact
that we are a committee cf the Ilar Ilar-ion
ion Ilar-ion County Board of Trade and that
it would be proper that we Lnq-ains
into the condition of all cf the
schools in the county, but we havo
had only a very limited time in wheih
to work and we have not been able
thus far to investigate the condition
of the country schools. The increar o
in taxes recommended will, of coursa,
be levied throughout the county and
these additional funds cannot injure
ir.e country scnoois. II there-s
any surplus from this additicnol
millage, the balance could be applied
on the county school indebtedness.
We are confident that there is r.t
other means by which these urgent
needs in the Ocala schools can bo prol
vided for and we recommend that this
board put itself on record as favor favoring
ing favoring this increase in school taxes.
W. T. Gary,
Chairman Educational Commit!:
J. E. Chace.
E. H. Martin.
F. H. Hocker.
W. H. Cassels.
BROOM SPECIAL FOR
SATURDAY AND MONDAY
These brooms are mnd
quality broom corn, stroll-
and durable. Regular 75 cent
"luum3 w o De nad at 50 c--"Why
Fay More?" B. GOLDiK
Pound paper, all colors, 50 cc
pound. Envelopes to match 15 Yz'
per peckage, at the Anti-Mc-c-"-'-
Drug Store. t "'
Large, supply cf Velvet Eeass s
Cliufas now cn hand TnT -n
OCALA EVENING STAB, fBlDAY, MAY 23,
GALA EUElilllG STAR
hence but if they did the Star would! Charter No. 10578
have a bigger circulation and more
influence than any other, paper in the
state in less than five years. We
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' VVUU1U tCU kilC LIU til auvrui. .ic.
I going on if we had to wear a double-
barreled shotgun in each breeches
Reserve District No. 6
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Entered at Ocala. Fla.. postofflee aslduced in the Senate, a bill providing
second-class matter. jfor tne ravment of an additional
bonus of $140 to all persons serving
telephones in the military or naval forces of the
?"r;r", Sm;;::::: S United States during the war with
" I -rt m I
the uerman jcrapire. senator Aram-
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PIIESS imeil leu me iigufc in me iasw vugicsa
- . I 11 x 1 A1 A 1 J 11 1
ty Aanr!a.tPi Press is exclusively 1 wnicn crave ine aou Donus 10 an non-
??.tul!if or, "Stf0!11 tf U ?tn orably discharged soldiers, sailors and
ail lit? J UJoyavwHCiJ wv-- V I m .. I
not otherwise credited in this paper I marines. If his new measure becomes
gelnAUhf ?eVv?blicionhSf a law it will mean that the total
srciai dispatches herein are also re- bonus will then be $200 to each person
served. Iwho served in the armed forces.
THE HIE ID GHAMBUSS 1TI0IIAL BUI,
At Ocala, in the State of Florida, at the Close of Business on May 12th, 1919
We are afraid the senator is trying
to do a little too much. We can heart
ily support his motion to pay an da-
. One year, in advance H2lditional $140 to the men who served
rwth; in advance....... 1.50 overseas or to tnose wno served ior
One month, in advance.... .0 nine months or more on this side.
Foreign There were a large number of men,
One year, Jn. advance.. vJ-JJ however, who bad only gone into the
Siiir Tnvnth. in ad vance .........
Three months, in advance 2.251 army- a few weeks or months beiore
One .month, in aavance -ow the armistice was sicmed and were al
most immediatelv returned to their
ADVERTISING RATES lvoe T i W amnno- these
seJuffvr iMertioST vAit1atr were many who made great sacrifices
tions 25 .per cent additional. Composi- we know some here who lost several
ti6MeSM times $140 by the disarrangement of
20 per cent additional. Rates .based on their business affairs, and the sum Mr.
4-lnch Tninlrmrm. Less than four inches ,m Ke nnW ius-
irlll take 'higher rate, wnicn win oe uamimu
tice to them, un tne otner nana mere
furnished on; application.
Heading Notleem 5c. per line for first are hundreds of thousands who went
fuIOrtioffr oS! &aneV to the training camps at no particular
allowed on readers without extra com- 3acrjfice to themselves, and whose
fiXai fdvlftlsements at legal rates, stay there was of benefit. There were
Kiectros must be mounted, or charge I the boys of the Students' Army Train-
Will ue nmue iui i. r,o -nrVineo tra nino' hv nrmvl
officers was an unmixed blessing to
It is good news that the Poles aretnem There were a large number
walloping the Ukrainians. who served only a few weeks and
were discharged because of physical!
All good "autoists go to the happy mabilitv. It wor!d be a rank injus-
honking grounds when they die. Ufoe to put these men on the same
plane with those who did the working 1 1ft
Prohibition has made many a dirty an(j fighting of the war; also it would
village over, into a spotless town. be a rank injustice to the taxpayers,
- " who would thereby have a tremen-
Germany has had half the world at dous addition to their burden. Let
work for her, and now she beefs be- Uj Trammell amend his bill to give
cause payday has arrived.
the money to the men who deserve it,
and we will heartily commend it.
CAN THAT "FIRST CAR" STUFF
As soon as a girl thinks she knows
a young man like a book, she general generally
ly generally puts him on the shelf.
1 , i The Fort Pierce Tribune of recent
uemanygoc ner r date contains ihe following para-
ana tne sun lias uieibcu auw uuuuv Ur-inh-
(a) Loans and discounts, including rediscounts,
(except those shown in b and c) $457,596.92
Total loans 457,596.92
Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured, $184.39
U. S. Bonds (other than liberty Bonds, but in including
cluding including U. S. certificates of indebtedness):
(a) U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation
(par value) 49,000.00
(f ) U. S. bonds and certificates of indebtedness
owned and unpledged 100,000.00
Liberty Loan Bonds:
(a) Liberty Loan Bonds, 3, 4 and 4M per
cent, unpledged 109,922.50
(d) liberty Loan Bonds, 3, 4 and 4Vi per
cent, pledged to secure state or other de deposits
posits deposits or bills payable 15,000.00
Bonds, Securities; etc (other than U. S.) :
(b) Bonds (other than U. S. bonds) pledged to
secure postal savings deposits 4,000.00
(c) Bonds and securities pledged as collateral
for state, or other deposits (postal exclud excluded)
ed) excluded) or bills payable 22,000.00
(e) Securities other than U. S. bonds (not in including
cluding including stocks) owned unpledged 59,093.09
(f ) Collateral trust and. other notes of corpor corporations
ations corporations issued for not less than one year nor
more than three years time 5,000.00
Total bonds, securities, etc., other than U. S.. .
Stocks, other than Federal Reserve Bank stock.
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of
(a) Value of banking house, owned and unin unincumbered
cumbered unincumbered ... .' : 35,000.00
Furniture and fixtures
Real estate owned other than banking house..
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank.....
Cash in vault and net amounts due from na national
tional national banks
Net amounts due from banks, bankers and trust
companies other than included in items 13,
14 or 15
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks on other banks in the same city or town
" as reporting bank (other than item 17) .
Total of items 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 134,747.98
Checks on banks located outside of city or town
of reporting bank and other cash items. ...
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due -from
U. S. Treasurer
Interest earned but not collected (approximate)
on notes and bills receivable not past due.
War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps
actually owned purchase price
square miles off of her territory.
W. J. Connors, the big farmer of
the Everglades, will ship a carload of
sweet corn to New York this week.
They talk about substituting justice
for force, but Iherenever was any h.s wm be the first time in the his-
tory of Florida that such a thing has 25.
"V XI 1. XT -V 1- 1
time in History mat ew iu uaa
solid car of corn in the
If President Wilson acts
typical Yankee, he has probably whit-
tied haH the peace table away by this !onth of Mr. Connors .g bor.
ing with a big auger and accomphsh-
tact ling great things for Florida'
President Wilson's want of
about Fiume may weir be f or8iven M
him if he will insist on the Turks be
ing turned out of Constantinople.
Capital stock paid in
(a) Undivided profits .' 22,823.35
(b) Less current expenses, interest and taxes
Interest and discount collected or credited, in
advance of maturity and not earned (ap (approximate)
proximate) (approximate) ..
Amount reserved for all interest accrued
fin, at that time mere stripling boys, 30. Circulating notes outstanding
shipped a solid car of sweet corn to
the Philadelphia market, ine corn
was sold on the track at Anthony be before
fore before they were through loading at a
very satisfactory price. Every year
since the small growers at Anthony
have shipped carlots, several of the
WV see uu piirwiaiiiisiiip m iicaiucui . . xt,
tttm,..,. mP4 to th; sneciai ses- mg at good prices right on the track.
Wilsons message, to tne special ses- N y. thmwht of these shin.
In trying to keep the Turks in Con Constantinople,
stantinople, Constantinople, Great Britain is doing
just what she did forty-two years
ago putting her money on the wrong
horse.. ; ;'
33. Net amounts due to banks, bankers and trust
companies (other than included in items 31
or 32) .
34. Certified checks outstanding
35. Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding
Total of items 32, 33, 34 and 35.
Demand deposits (other than bank deposits)
subject to reserve (deposits payable within 30
Iw Vi- TtTntisman rnod I mens as they are almost every day 36. Individual deposits subject to check
that it would be patriotism and good , M Ji e :. j 4u
sense to carry" out his suggestions.
occurrences with the truckers of this
section, but when a newspaper in an
other section of the state makes a
.?:oi am. great noise about the shipment of one
x r:x j. ci.i- in i icar and says "this will be the first
tVi AAA JA. Vll VU1W V-W MA V J VM A A. V Itv
Scofield says prohibition makes for a
time in the history of Florida that
rV7or' c-r"rf"r wrX f such a thing has been done," we must
great decrease m crime. He ought to . m Q
should visit Marion county where real
If you believe all things come to rmers and.trucking has been going
x, x xv. on for many years on a scale that
t in ric mi in t.i invi r i iiiii. 111 iiimi
pasture with a milking stool and a
bucket, sit down on the 'stool, set the
bucket between your feet and wait for
the cow to sidle up to be milked.
tions of the state.
Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days
(other than for money borrowed) ........
38. State, county or other municipal deposits secur
ed by pledge of assets of this bank
Total of demand deposits (other than bank de deposits)
posits) deposits) subject to reserve, items 36, 37, 38, 39,
40 and 41 .
Time deposits subject to reserve (payable after
30 days, or subject to 30 days or more notice,
and postal savings) :
a surprise to most other sec- 42. Certificates of deposit (other than for money
It is evident that some of the Ger
mans are sitting up and taking no-
x : j ui t
T. 4 tVnf P.,,, foa -wiiaiuBiauiB CAtcuv. xu ib
A. ( io a zjktjL kvu uiai vivv. uawbo uaai ... -r-
quarreled with Adjutant General a
rn,,-? tv. 1,00 oni specia! corresponaent says:
auu nfl,.i0in,;a AWc ow A soldier stood up in the gallery
uA uBnvs n ana snouiea.
them he is that much better off. e v hfa d enouSh ff fiShtinS- 7
people that are so strong against
The Star has received a letter from !" ; "C1"ia' wu uul
This sentiment was cheered to the
State, county or other municipal deposits secur securer
er securer by pledge of assets of this bank
Postal savings deposits
Other time deposits
Total of time deposits subject to "reserve, items
42, 43, 44 and 45
United States deposits (other than postal sav savings):
ings): savings): (a) War loan deposit account
Of the total loans and discounts shown above, the amount on which
interest and discount was charged at rates in excess of those permitted by
and said: mw oec At xvev. oiat.; exclusive 01 notes upon wnicn total cnarge not
"ThA FrPTiph An. frivin v. 10 xceea ou cents was made, was (none). The number of such loans was
sinthe and planting wheat. The Amei- Pnone
; ,,11 j I STATE OP FLOTtTTiA
We don't expect the people of Flor- LTXLT tl. rmimr ni MAmnK ...
ida to remove their caDital to Ocala I """!
I ,J -t n miw I awmv I .
-ccxryea-tho' they may three years i "; X T .J7 Hewitt Unffin. casMer oI the above-named bank, do solemnly swear
- f'"4"0' uc tnat tne a Dove statement is true to the best of mv knowlede and belief.
one of the best posted and most in
fluential members of the state senate. I
a ;i.i i yj- I ecno
itegaruing state capital removal ne
says: "Personally, I do not think the
motion to remove the capitol was
serious. It was not taken seriously."
QOBS OP tMEvNS W "tW PKPEVO
COUVJO VAA.VJS UOfa MVOUC 6P
tRROR I SPCT SOWVfc VMSt
OUSXW IM RETCN SOOM 1
N SC.E "Aff OCAkTV 7
I J.UVU 1U1 tuc uuugi Jf
This sentiment was also cheered.
Then a man got up who said he was
from Alsace, and that the French sol
dier billeted in his house treated him
and his family with kindness and con
Representative Phillips' bill permit
ting the people to vote on a constitu
tional amendment to change the state
capital to Ocala, ought to be seriously
considered. This is a move in the
right direction. The location of the
state capital in the central portion of
the state would more than pay for
the cost of the erection of new build
ings. DeLand News.
Thanks, brother. It's a good move,
but we doubt its moving far enough.
The meeting of the Board of Trade
last night was very largely attended
and the various matters up for con consideration
sideration consideration were discussed with great
interest. It is to be hoped that this
interest in the Board of Trade affairs
will be kept up, for they are public
affairs, and when public affairs are
treated with indifference by the lead-
rag citizens tney are pound to go
BROOM SPECIAL FOR
SATURDAY AND MONDAY
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 23rd day of May, 1919.
(Seal) W. J. Borden,
DeWitt Griffin, Cashier.
J. M. THOMAS,
T. T. MUNROE,
A. E. GERIG,
IH STAR'S DEVIL
These brooms are made of good
quality broom corn, strongly sewed
and durable. Regular 75 cent and $1
brooms. Now to be had at 50 cents.
"Why Pay More?" B. GOLDMAN.
Having opened a first class
repair shop for all makes of
Automobiles, Trucks, etc., I
solicit a share of the patron patronage
age patronage of car owners in this sec section.
tion. section. I guarantee satisfaction
in my work and my charges are
reasonable. I carry a large
line of accessories for auto automobiles.
mobiles. automobiles. Let me overhaul your
car when it needs it, and prove
that it does not necessarily cost
Frocks Reflecting All the
Charm of Summer
So smart and so distinctive are the
Summer Frocks that is quite impos impossible
sible impossible to describe their varied Charm.
To the woman who is planning her
wardrobe a visit here will yield many
happy and profitable surprises.
Styles change frequently but these
Winsome Summer frocks embody all
the latest features, in addition they
are offered in the daintiest of color color-ings
ings color-ings and sheerest fabrics. The prices
are as attractive as the garments.
"THE FASHION CENTER"
Pound paper, all colors, 50 cents a
pound. Envelopes to match 15 cents
per peckage, at tne Anu-aionopuiy
Drug Store. 20-6t
A beautiful line of Graduation
Cards at "THE SPECIALTY SHOP."
A. E. Gerig. 16-tf
Try a White Mop Wringer. They
wring with perfect ease, quickly; no
lifting, no pulling, and they do not
pull the mop to pieces. For sale by
Ciarkson Hardware Company, Phone
Peptone, the Great Tonic
We have a fully supply of cans,
canners and canning supplies. Clark Clark-son
son Clark-son Hardware Co. Phone 417. 22-9t
Rooms for light housekeeping at
Lake Weir with bathing room priv privileges
ileges privileges at the lake. Xlrs. IL L. Martin,
Lake Weir, Fla.
Comer Fort King and
They Give You Malaria, But Williams
No. 101- Tonic Takes It Away
liuiions oi mosquitoes will come
this spring from the low, marshy
places which were watered by the tor
rentiai rams in ilarcn. t uty years
ago these pesky "varmints" were
looked upon as a nuisance only. Bat
in recent years scientists have found
that they transmit malaria and that
it is transmitted in no other way,
Williams' No. 101 Tonic is a recogniz
ed specific for treating malaria and
is being used extensively and suc successfully
cessfully successfully in the malarial sections. It
contains quinine, which is deadly to
the malarial germ; also iron, which
strengthens and invigorates the body,
and magnesia, which keeps the bowels
regular and healthy. It is a good
general tonic and a bottle of it should
be in every home in a malarial dis district.
trict. district. Get a bottle from your druggist.
Refuse to accept any substitute. There
is no other medicine like it. Adv.
Federal B (?).
On account of the fire our
office will be temporarily
located at Frank's Our
bookkeeper will be on duty
to attend to collections, etc.
0. K. TEAPOT GROCERY
Harvey Clark, Proprietor.
OCA LA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1910
If you have any society item,
please phone One-Two-One (121)
Miss Mary Harris of KaycUeviUe,
N. C, is expected to arrive lemdrrwr
to be the fjucst f Mr. Uktanl
The friends uf Mrs, ( T Mawgh.
who has been so very ill the $ three
days, will ls claU t know that U
consider ni somewhat tatter Unlay
Most toauttful lin it Stationery
ever in Ocala; all eeW$ frvrn 35
ccnU to IS e?st a bwu at the AnU
Monopoly Dru twr 2NM5t
most enjoyable swim, tho short on ac account
count account of the cool weather, a dainty
lunch was served on the dock. The
following were in the party: Mr. and
Mr. iVtor Mackintosh, Misses Helen
lirvnvn, Adele Ilittinger, Nettie John Johnson.
son. Johnson. KiUabeth Davis, Messrs. Frank
HrrU Jt, U, F. Condon, Norton Da Da-vU
vU Da-vU and 'l l, Lancaster.
Last ewt is houx of Mi Net Nettie
tie Nettie Jeh;vMt Yhc i the attractive
guet of Mr IVter Mackintosh, a
jolly party went dawn to the lake.
The party left Uie in the afternoon,
Coiner ta North Lake. Weir. After a
TO THE PUBLIC
We take this method of no- J
tifying you that we have now 2
the original "Snow's Hobby
Flour" which some of you J
have been using for the last
20 years; but during the war
it was impossible to make this J
high grade flour, as the gov government
ernment government would not allow them
to select the wheat and refine
it down to this fine grade. But
now that the all restrictions
are raised, we feel certain that
you will be pleased to learn
that from now on you will
have the same high qualty of
"Snow's Hobby Flour" as be before
fore before the war, and we solicit
Mr, Anna Holder entertained a
fuunber of her friends yesterday aft aft-euunm
euunm aft-euunm at a motion picture party. The
gueta met at the Temple at 4 o'clock
and for an hour and a half enjoyed
Theda hxn in "Salome." After the
picture Mrs, Holder invited her
guest to the Court Pharmacy, where
tfcble had been reserved and were
made attractive with their drawn
work cover and linen napkins. Dainty
refreshment consisting of chocolate
and strawberry ice cream with cara caramel
mel caramel cake were served. Those who
were invited to be Mrs. Holder's
guests for the afternoon included Mrs.
L. Carney, Mrs. H. M. Hampton,
Mrs. Ed Morgan, Mrs. R. S. Hall,
Mrs. Charles Rheinauer, Mrs. Fred
Hocker, Mrs. J. D. Robertson, Mrs. T.
H. Johnson, Mrs. Walter Hood, Mrs.
Futch, Mrs. E. G. Peek, Mrs. Walter
Preer and Mrs. Ernest Crook.
Peptone is sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Store at one dollar per bottle, tf
Large supply of Velvet Beans atad
Chufas now on hand. The Ocala
Seed Store. 7-11-19
The members of the Rotary Club
had a very pleasant meeting and
luncheon at the Arms House yester yesterday
day yesterday noon. Two new members, Messrs.
H. Chazal and N. R. Dehon, were
present and heartily welcomea.'of sickness.
Messrs. Chambliss, Weathers, Mclver,
Harvey Clark and John Taylor were
unable to be present and their ab absence
sence absence was deplored. A resolution of
sympathy for Mr. Clark, who had
I just suffered heavy loss by fire, was
unanimously passed. After partaking
of the luncheon, which was really a
substantial dinner, a number of pub public
lic public affairs were discussed, for while
the Rotary Club is a social organiza organization,
tion, organization, it devotes most of its time to
matters concerning the community.
J. J. Pyles, Representative
For Sale by
H. B, Whittington
The Wesley Friendship Bible class.
of the Methodist church will hold a
candy and brown, bread sale at the
bandstand Saturday afternoon at 4
Dainty Stationery for the Girl
Graduates. We have it. THE SPEC SPECIALTY
IALTY SPECIALTY SHOP. A. E. Gerig. 19-3t
Harvey Clark and his assistants
are busily at work rehabilitating the
O. K. Grocery. They expect to open
their doors for business tomorrow
morning, at which time they want to
hear from all their customers who
Shady, May 31. Mr. and Mrs.
Sherman Holland went to Zuber Sat Sat-uiday
uiday Sat-uiday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Yealey, returning Sunday afternoon.
Mr. James DeYampert went to
Gainesville Saturday to visit relatives
a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. William Crews of
Winter Haven arrived Tuesday to be
with Mrs. Crews' mother, Mrs. A. C.
Dease, who continues very sick.
Mr. J. I. Smith bought a horse on
market day in Ocala and seems much
pleased with his purchase.
Mr. Clyde Timmons and children
spent Saturday and Sunday near Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs, fishing and resting.
Mrs. Carl Buhl left Saturday for
an extended visit to her daughter,
Mrs. Carrie Baxley at Istachatta.
Mrs. R. C. Blair of Oklawaha is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Blair a
few days. We are glad to say Mrs.
Ernest Blair who has been quite ill is
very much improved.
Miss Mary Gaskin is the guest of
her aunt, Mrs. C. Driggers in Ocala
Mr. Frank Merrin, the pig club
man, was out from Ocala Friday.
Mr. A. R. Douglas, accompanied
Mr. Blackburn, the county demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration agent, to the Anthony Farms
Monday afternoon and purchased two
The R. F. D. mail route is one of
the best things for farmers ever in instituted.
stituted. instituted. Now' that the days are
growing longer and warmer, we have
been wondering if a rural ice delivery
could be made practicable. Why not?
What a boon it would be to house
keepers in a general way and in times
We believe if Mr. Ben
jamin would think over it a little and
agitate it, it might get started; he
usually gets what he goes after.
inis is an unusually good reason
for truck and there is a lot of it be
ing shipped from here just now. We
are expecting to hear the buzz of sev
eral new "tin lizzies" in the hear fu
Mr. and Mrs. Will Little of Marco
arrived Thursday and are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Barnes. We
understand that Mr. Little has sold
out at Marco, where he had good luck
raising trucK, ana win remain n.
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Tubbs went to
the Meadows Sunday to visit Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Tubbs. Mrs. Fred Tubbs
has many warm friends here, who
sincerely regret to near tnat sne is
very ill and hope she will soon be
We have just received a shipment
of the famous Dayton Airless Tires.
Come and see them.
21-tf N. U. KINDT & CO.
Rheinauer & Co.
KTIWifW I iB I I II 1 1
Ocala's Best Store I Standard Patterns
Blitchton, May 22 Mrs. Ollie Hen-
drix is spending some time in Ocala.
There will be services at the Bap
tist church Sunday alternoon, May
2bth, at 4 o'clock, eastern time.
Ir. Watt Reeves. Miss Annie
Reeves and Rudolph Reeves of Evin-
ston were Sundav eruests of Mr. and
Mrs. O. S. Sanders."
Mr. C. W. Griffin, head of the Grif-
ir. nurseries at Maccienny, caneai
Sunday. Mr. Griffin has 200 acres in
peaches in Marion county now ready
Messrs. Fenton Blitch and Earl
Phillips visited Ocala Saturday eve-
Miss Mabel Beck of Cabbage Hill
and Miss Lillian Blitch spent the week
end at Cedar Keys, guests of Misses
Opal and Oda Blitch.
Dr. Blitch is spending this week in
Miss Glenner Godwin entertained
Wednesday evening for Miss Eloise
Ramsey of Gainesville. Ice cream,
cake and candies were served to the
guests, after enjoying the contests I BKUOM FfcCIAL UK
and other amusements. SATURDAY AND MONDAY
We had a light storm Tuesday with
high wind and the heaviest rainfall I These brooms are made of good
of the year. I quality broom corn, strongly sewed
Mrs. E. A. Osborne of Ocala spent I and durable. Regular 75 cent and SI
Sunday here. I brooms. Now to be had at 50 cents.
Why Pay More?" B. GOLDMAN.
NOTICE TO DISCHARGED
SOLDIERS AND SAILORS
VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN
Ordered thru this bank have been received and
are ready for delivery. We will be glad to
have subscribers call for them promptly.
THE OO&LA B3ATIP3AL AMC
resources mm mi mum dollars
Particulars as to obtaining the Vveihe Co., the Ocala jewelers, will
sixty dollars bonus for discharged CIOse al 1 P- m- mursdays, during the
men can be had by applying to thelsammer beginning Thursday, May
undersigned. D. Niel Ferguson,
Chairman Civilian Relief Committee,
American Red Cross, Ocala, Fla.
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD
Remember the graduate with a
nice card. We have a pretty line.
"THE SPECIALTY SHOP." A. E.
The Star will pay five dollars for
evidence sufficient to warrant the ar arrest
rest arrest of any person who takes a copy
ot the Evening Star from the n rem
ises of any of our subscribers with
out the owner's consent.
THE wnMDSOK HOTEE
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each roost. Dining room service Is
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $6.
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGII,
If the otner fellow can make advertising pay w,hy not you? Call phone 5L
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Kivi n. but line maximum, one
time, 25c: three times, 50c: six timet
75c: one month $3. Payable in ad
i'uk HALit, a uaauiac racing car.
tor terms see Mrs. E. B. Green, Ok-
lawa avenue. 2-6t
Live Wire Tips from Ocala's
FOR SALE "490" Chevrolet touring
car, 1918 model; five good tires and
in first class condition throughout.
Apply to Bouvier's Garage, corner
Ft. King and S. Magnolia St. 22-6t
FOR RENT Four unfurnished rooms
for light housekeeping to couple with without
out without children; bath, electric lights and
use of telephone; all on upper floor.
Rates reasonable. Apply to "S," P. O.
Box 422, Ocala. 21-tf
They're Eating up these
Straw Hat Values mi
Our Men's jWear Shop
and who could blame them? Young men who are interested
in snappy new hats that aid them to retain that clean-cut
boyish look. There are all the difif erent braids from Chip
Straws and Bankocks, down to the fine Milans and Pan-
All sizes, too, and priced irom
$2.50 to $6.50
Cool Palm Beach Suits at $10
Others more or less expensive, as you wish, but a
corking good line at this price, in light and dark fabrics,
cut along comfortable lines and very youthful m appear-
c B MEN'S SHOP
Saturday only a
Sale of Women's
White Boots at
A collection of white
reinskin and kid boots
that are worth regularly
up to $9.00
They are from one
regular stock and are all
late styles but "slightly
soiled. A good line of
sizes and widths, includ including
ing including A's.
All sales are final.
New Summer Dress Fabrics
in colored linens of rough weave, and in dainty colored
Voiles and Organdies that will make up beautifully into
wonderful little dresses. MAIN FLOOR
Rheinauer & Co.
The water's fine and
the bathing season on.
Here you'll find suits for the
whole family from the small smallest
est smallest child up to grandpa or
grandma. In cotton or wool
jersey and in new ideas for
sister in ever so many bright
All prices and sizes
WANTED Two experienced sales-
ladies at once; willing to pay right
salane sto the right people. Apply
to J. Malever, at the Globe. 21-tf
WANTED A. C. P. O. of the U. S.
Naval Aviation Corps, U. S. N., de
sires to act as relief lor one or two
months in the clerical or bookkeeD-
ing departments. Anyone contemplat
ing leave or vacation will do well to
communicate with L. R. Parrish, 702
L;me street. 20-5t
PERSONAL Will the gentleman
wno loaned me an auto jack Sunday
evening on Gainesville road, please
send me name and address? E. M.l
Hastings, at Mclver & MacKay's. 19
WANTED Bookkeeper for meat
market one competent to keep ordi
nary set of books. Apply at New York
Meat Market, West Broadway. 19-3t
WANTED To rent a piano; must be
in good condition. Best of care will be
given it. For further information, call
ai 412 Oklawaha Ave., or at the Star
FOR SALE Cedar posts, seven feet
leng. Apply to J. J. Reaves, North
TVANTED All kinds of second hand
Furniture, Stoves, Organs and
other household necessities. Get my
prices. L. Hurst, at B. Goldman's,
O' ala, Fla. 24-lm
AUTO BARGAINS One second hand
Crevrolet 1916 touring ca r in Al
shape, $400; one 1914 Buick touring
car, new tires. $150; one 1915 Velie
touring car with self starter and bat
tery, practically new tires, $300; one
1914 Ford roadster $175; one 1916
Ford touring car $350; one worm drive
Fcrd truck $400. Auto Sales Com
pany, phone 348, North Main St. 6t
AUTO REPAIR SERVICE For
quid: and reliable automobile service
come to the Florida House Garage. J.
C. Lanier and IL C. Williams. 8-lm
WANTED Your repair worK on
guns, locks, lawn mowers, etc at
301 S. Main St. Also buy and sell sec-
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
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
WOOD An honest load of wood can
be had by phoning Smoak's Wood
Yard, phone 146. tf
WANTED A second-hand cash reg register.
ister. register. Write or call at 305 South Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street. 21-6 1--
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Tasty, golden hued, so rich
and tender it falls into delicious flakes at
a touch. Awaysa. certainty when you use
"BEST BY. TEST59
The greatest quality value ever offered
in a baking powder. It never loses its strength.
It can't fail in the slightest degree; therefore, no
waste no disappointments.
The perfect results it. gives the greatest
economy provide the best means of answering the Food
Cost question of today so far as baking goes-
You Save When You Buy It.
You Save When You Use Ifc
Made in the largest, finest, most sanitary bak baking
ing baking powder factory in existence. Try it. You'll see
clearly why it's the world's biggest selling baking
powder why it is given preference by leading Do Domestic
mestic Domestic Science teachers, millions of house
wives. Once used no, other will. satisfy.
PIE CRUST FOR 'ONE PIE
2 level cups of flour 1 level teaspoon salt
1 level teaspoon Calumet A cup shortening
Baking Powder Y cup cold water,
How to mak It Sift together tht dry ingreiunts. weri
in the shortening, moisten to a dough with as little cold water.
Be sure to cut out and paste this recipe in your recipe booh, for.:
future reference. Of the many thousands of different pie crust
recipes, you'll give this "better one" your preference
When you buy a pound of Calumet you gct gct-a
a gct-a full pound 16 oz.' Some high priced
bakang powders are now. being put on the
market in 12-ounce cans instead of a pound.
Be sure you are getting a pound when you
want it. in o snort weignis. wiin ;aiumei.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1919
A Well Repaired
As Good as New
IF you know how (everybody can't do it) you
can take injured parts out of Cord Tires, build
it up again, and make it practically as good as
new. That's the beauty about Cord Tires and
a reason why they save money.
We've studied the construction of Cord Tires and
we repair them the factory way. When we get
done, your tire's repaired, not patched. We're
equipped for fast service fast and good.
Drive up and call on us there's free air at the curb.
Or phone 74 We'll call and get your tire.
We Sell the Famous Silvertown Cord Tires.
FOR THE SALVATION ARMY
Miss Mary Nash, one of the teach
ers of the Ocala high school, leaves.
This morning Messrs. Frank liar-
CLARK BOUGHT OUT
Mrs R. R. Carroll and daughter,
Merris, who came up from St. Peters
burg Tuesday are the guests of Mrs.
Carroll's brother and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. L. E. Yonce.
Federal B (?).
Miss Daisy Ross of Williston leaves
a teacher in the high school.
J. H. Brinson made another very en
couraging trip for the Salvation Army
through the Summerfield, Pedro, Le-J
von. Fairfield and Martel sections.!
Summerfield, Pedro and Levons' quota ) Enterp rising Proprietor of the O. K.
was $100 and Mr. Charley Davis on wm Q Business in the Lanier
the first day sent in $100 for Sum- t n ....
merfield alone. The McDowell Crate j Robertson Building Tomor-
Lumber Company closed its mill to; row Morning
give all the workers the opportunit if vou have been dointr business
f Vioorinrp fVio c Til ot-wI l rl f n 1 L- a f mm . t t !.
Sundav for her home, wher she ex- r. fa 7 in grocery, you neeoni
I 1 7t j tnese men, and tne allotment irom
pects to enjoy a well earned vacation gection wag nteed A11 of
and rest after her arduous duties as i,
quotas. Oak and Anthony were to
TT . raise $100 together, but the Oak peo-
Mr. W H. Cassels, Prmpzlol the they would give $150 them-
Ocaal high school, has accepted a po- elves is
sition at the summer normal at the tJL:
i -i i musk ox ticiaLiui v. .jxx. iAiiuic xjvj-
Woman's College, Tallahassee,
begins the second wek in June.
quit because it was burned out yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning.
Harvey Clark, the hustling proprie proprietor
tor proprietor of. the O. K., this afternoon,
bought out the stock and goodwill of
the Smith Grocery Company, and all
you have to do tomorrow morning
when you want groceries will be to
See our splendid line of "gifts for
graduates." THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
wards, who was in town today, said caii UD 434 174 or 16
that Irvine and Fairfield would come Tne Smith Grocerv Comoanv does
over strong in their assessment of a big business itself, and the combi-
iuu ana wouia eitner oe in tomorrow nation of the two stocks will make
or Monday with the amount. Mr. one Qf the larrest crocerv houses in
r., tu: u tti TV., I . ..
if. a a tt r.om j Ata A'-i'-j' ui cue ""J tms section.
R E Wookruff of Atlanta friends of lK?r ComPany at Martel .said that sec- Mr Smith thanks his customers for
Dr. Walter Hood, when he made that onuW come in with its allotment their patronage, and asks them to con.
t-Jty his home passed thru Ocala go- sumeumK wulu"uv,t tinue giving it to tfte u. rL. Mr. Lu
me south in their car yesterday They at 0ak doubled his subscription after H. Pillans, the efficient manager for
an making a camping trip to Florida heari1ng r'i StripJjng Mr uGary Smith' remain th the
ocan.. utaio .vuiu ivw i ne otar joins nis otner inenus m
four more capable men to do this congratulating Mr. Clark on his ef-
and find it a pleasant experience.
The children of the primary depart- good 7' and t is : quitf a Pjf" ficiency and pluck and wishing him
ment, who will be looked after by 7 v" great success in nis new stana
their teachers and parents, are antic-p1"
ipating a most enjoyable. time tomor
row, when they will be the guests of
Mr. Carmichael on a trip on the Silver
Springs run and the Oklawaha river.
School day memory books at THE
BOOK SHOP. 3t
on every hand.
The Thursday afternoons are prov
ing a delightful time to the employes
of -the business houses that close that
afternoon. About thirty xf these em
ployes went to the springs yesterday
for the fishing and bathing. Later
in the evening a most appetizing
lunch was enjoyed.
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$500 more than the price
of a Maxwell will buy you
mere.'. size only
Men Who Dare to Do.
Conventional men consider clothing,
reputation and returns. The age calls
for men who forget all in the chal
lenge of the opportunity. While the
crowd speculates and wonders, the
man of the hour sees the opportunity
and goes on to success. His fearless
ness is a mark of his fitness. Ha
dares while others cringe. It Is this
quality that gives the lion-tamer con
trol of the beast. It Is the quality
that has thrilled every man that haa
risen above the average. It's a case
of dare to do, or remain with the
Federal B (?).
Owing to hard study,
-t'-.Z- Graduates may suffer
: 4 eyestrain. Give your
eyes attention and in-
nc:ency in your future life
Dr. K. J. Weihe.
With V--:he Co.. Jewelers. Ocala. Fla.
DR. G. A. II. EDMISTON
Veterinary Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phone 501. Office Phone 123
Federal B (?).
CALL PHOME IS
t When You Want
First Class J
We call for your work and J
make prompt return delivery.
MARION PRESSING CLUB I
Smith & Garrett, Props. Z
F. W. DITTO
Local Agent for the
PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO.
About the new Life Policies now
being written by this grand c! J
F. WiDlTTO. OCALA ,FLA.
Federal B (?).
iimrt mil Hr fill
Utt miltt tim
"Salome," at the Temple last night
was certainly a wonderful picture
jTheda Bara acted her best in it, and
was most capably supported. The
conception of the picture and the
manner in which it was carried out
arose sometimes to absolute crrandeur.
The reDroductions of Herod's palace 'he Razor In Civilization.
and the nublic Dlaces of Jerusalem. "usts or tne t arsars snow mem xo
the "wilderness" in which John the have been clean-shaven. Mn In the
Baptist preached, were excellent, and eighteenth century relied still further
it is easv to understand that the nrc on the barber's art. for they shaved
thflr heads as well. Hogarth has
a large sum of money as well as an Painted a beau of this period who by
immense amount of nainstakint? work, some cnance nan ms wik removeu.
The TemDle wiU be devoted to thehvhkh pives him the look of an elderly
school play this evening, and it is 1,al,r- Tne uncouth appearance of the
eevrybody's duty, and should be their barbarians, which shocked the Romans,
pleasure, to go and see our young ,,np a SfK,1 ,,oai IO Tne negieci oi
follro uprfnrm Tumnrrmv tVio Tomnlp MHOSP Wild men tO lireS IHCir Iiair.
1 1 l r i t : tv, t ;uu
vii nave 4iiiici iiivcia in x tic liiiiic . iU
mn. sav," th ri.t,,r hili fr Spend a pleasant evening with the
k .t i.tay?but deta. On. of llOuija Board. THE BOOK SHOP, at
big pictures for next week will be
Madelaine Traverse in "Gambling in
Souls," a Fox film, which will appear
Wednesday night. It will be some
picture, and you should remember the
I t 1 Q
Blow Is The Time To
Help Us Give You Good Service
OR a Maxwell has every single modem
JL its nrice Dossesses.
The only thing an extra $500 will procure is
size a few inches of wheelbase, 2 inches of-tire,
50 pounds more of engine, and 5 or 10 other other-things
things other-things that a $20 note would easily cover;
Then you run the risk of not getting as good
a car as a Maxwell.
For it is one thing to build a 10,000 a year
car and another to build a 50,000 a year car.
The chances are in favor by far of finding the
real merit in the latter. (
The Maxwell has a record, run of 300,000
all of one model behind 4t
That means sureness of design, freedom from
"temperament," reliability plus, economy for cer certain,
tain, certain, and always a ready market value.
A larger car cofts more to maintain. A
smaller car has less luxury.
Arrival and Denarture of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub-
Ouija Boards r.t The Book Shop. 3t lushed as information and not guar
. i a fii. i i rrl v
Orala was wpII rnrPSPntPrl nt the 'lasxerxi otanaaru xime;
dance that was held at the Civic SEAUUAKl) A1K LlUt ItAlLKUAlJ
League club house in Belleview Fri- Leave Arrive
day night. Needham's orchestra fur- 2:50 am. j'cksonvllle-NewYork 2:50 am.
nishprf tiP nn;r. jinrl if wn wnnrtw? :-. jacKaonvuie s:zpm.
11 4- T J A JttCSUU
c.tuiciii. itc ticaui, wits scitcu ux
u a ii. I i Tampa
nig me uiLeiimaaiuii. Ainun tuo&e 2:50 a.m Manatee
wno wenc irom ucaia were miss auiei st. Peteraburz
Gissendaner, Miss Alice Bullock, Mr. I 3:26 pm. -Tampa-Manatee 1:41 pnx.
and Mrs. H. I. Thompson, Miss Grac 5:10 pm. Tampa-SL, Petersburg 4:07 pm.
Palmer, Miss Lucile Gissendaner, ATI AIMTIP TOAQT I IMF R AII ROJ n
1VT?c Ram Po n t-1 Tain Mocers A1I
aiv ulCcn, -oiaca xajrivx, xicucwwk jVk.nnvllU.Kftw TorV l:lBim.
TT 1 TT1 TIT-1i T 1 Tlll I "
iiucKer, noimes waiters, jonn oaiia, 2:20 Drtl j'ksonvllle-G'Inesvllle 1:35 pm.
welch Dewey, Willie Hood, Albert U:42 am. J'ksonvlllo-G'nesvlll 10:12 pm.
Harriss, Frank Merrin and George I 3:15 am. St. Pet'brg-Lakeland 2:12 am.
Looney. 13:35 pm, St. Pet'sbrg-LAkeland 2:00 pm.
7:10 am. 'uunnenon- wucox
, I I .1U Mill. "VU XIC11UUU ACUIUU 11.V4 XLUk.
Leesburg 6:42 am.
Messrs. F. E. Harris. W. W. Strip- 4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am.
line. W. T. Garv and Jake Brown Monday. Wednesday. Friday.
R. R. CARROLL
or AT. A DEMiRE
went to Oak this morning in the in
terest of Salvation Army work. Oak
was alloted $100, but after a few min min-utes
utes min-utes talk its patriotic people signed up
Federal B (?).
TuMday, Thurday, Saturday.
Mr. B. F. Garrett has purchased i
from Mrs. A. O. Smith a half interest
in the Marion Pressing Club on Ok
lawaha avenue, and' will have charge
of the inside work of the institution.
Miss Ellen Stripling is expected
home from Brenau College this after
A. E. GERIG
Most beautiful line of Stationery
ever in Ocala: all colors: from 35
cents to 75 cents a box, at the Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. 20-6t
W. K. Lane, M. Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Ihroat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALM ERS
PHONES 47. 104. 505
The Star will pay five dollars fori
test of any person who takes a copy ; Careful Estimates made on all ixm ixm-ol
ol ixm-ol the Evening Star from the prem-1 tract work. Gives More and Better
ises of any of our subscribers with- Work for the iloney than any other
out the owner's consent. 'contr.or In th city.
ftsddfp rmm mxm& ZTW
I mm ;HS W- A $ -" rtf V n mmmmizffii'rtfa inn: :t:a
l .. If ''itintt 1 rssyLIL2:-i? t-, 1 7 W:.fci
i ..'..s,;. !''.. ( ; i (' -;"v 1 1 jfc-..' """ fcA ... ;. t I
We need your help during this hot weather. Everybody is calling
for prompt service everybody needs OUR ICE.
Do your share be sure that the ice man is not delayed at your
home have the ice money or the coupon ready when he comes ;
make it as easy for us to serve jour neighbor as you want us to -serve
We know you will help us thank you.
Ocala Ice & PacMnngj Co,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EE71 BALL"! ERS
No charge for delivery of caskets anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JR
Office Phono 10 Might Phonos 225 or 423
Bring a basket or come in your
car or wagon and get the ben benefit
efit benefit of these reduced prices.
Fox River Butter
Extra fancy Head Rice
Extra Fancy Blue Rose
Rice, per pound. .
Standard Pack Mary Maryland
land Maryland Tomatoes.. ..
Eagle Brand Milk,
Dime Brand Milk, per
Van Camp's Tall
Cream, per can..
Small cans Cream,
Best Maine Corn,
per can y
White Bacon, per
pound, 32c and.
Gold Brand Soap,
Cream of Wheat,
Grape Nuts, per
coarse or fine
Maxwell House Coffee,
Black Eye Peas,
WTiite House Pure Apple Cider
Vinegar, OC OC-Quarts
Quarts OC-Quarts JK
White House Pure Apple Cider
V megar, A EZ
White House Pure Apple Cider
V in e gar,
J. & P. Coats Thread,
all s::'.e3, per spool..
half pound can....
Corner Orange Avenue and Sill Street
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