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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1919.
' VOL. 26, NO. .131
FAILED TO MAKE
MEMORIAL DAY SELECT FEW WILL
II FRANCE NO LONGER DECIDE
TWO MORE NOTES
NC-4 Left Lisbon this Morning but
Had to Come Down at the
Impressive Services Held
Fields of Victory Won by
the The Destinies of Nations, Declared
President Wilson in his Memorial
Plymouth, England, May 30 The
NC-4 left Lisbon for Plymouth at
5:20 this morning and is expected to
arrive about 4 o'clock this afternoon,
British summer time. The distance is
approximately 775 sea miles.
LEFT LISBON EARLY
Washington, May 30. Navy de
partment officials were advised of the
departure of the NC-4 in a brief
message from Admiral Cummings, at
Lisbon. The starting time was 5:24
Greenwich time, or 1:20 a. m. Wash Washington
ington Washington time. Slow cable communi communication
cation communication keeps the department four or
five hours behind in news of progress
of the flight.
, Brest, May 30. The NC-4 passed
station ship A at 8 o'clock and station
ship B at 9:20. A message received
here, relayed from the destroyer
Woolsey at station C, is interpretea
b naval authorities here as meaning
the plane developed trouble but ef effected
fected effected repairs and resumed the flight.
Tiie message read, "Maintain stations.
NC-4 on her way."
LANDED FOR THE DAY
Brest, May 30. The transport
George Washington this afternoon
picked up a wireless saying the NC-4
had landed for the day and would con continue
tinue continue the flight tomorrow. The mes
sage didn't give the position of land
WAITING HIGH TIDE
Brest,, May 30. The following
wireless has been received from the
NC-4: "NC-4 at Mondego river, must
await high tide. Seaplane cannot
make Plymouth. Request destroyers
to keep stations. What is best port
to land seaplane within 300 miles?"
STARBOARD MOTORS STRUCK
. Brest, May J0. Latest wireless re reports
ports reports say the NC-4 developed trouble
in. both starboard motors, which un unbalanced
balanced unbalanced the plane and compelled
Commander Read to land..
I HUNDRED MILE FLIGHT
London, May 30. The following
wireless was received from the NC-4:
"Landed Mondego river." The mouth
of the Mondego river is near Figu Figu-eira,
eira, Figu-eira, about 100 miles north of Lis
bon. Commander Read sent a further
message saying he could not make
Plymouth tonight. The seaplane was
not damaged when she landed.
Plymouth, May 30. News that the
NC-4 had started from Lisbon creat
ed great excitement here. Hours be
fore the plane was expected to arrive
large crowds gathered on the-bluffs
overlooking the harbor. Weather con
ditions were favorable with a light
(Associated Press) I (Associated l'res3.
Paris. Mav 30. No crave of any Paris, May 30. The day of secret
American who fell in the great war councils has passed because the peo-
was overlooked in today's observance pie are m the saddle. President VYiI
of Memorial Dav in France. I son declared in his Memorial Day ad-
Some services wer held in the vi- dress. Ihe private councils ot states
cinity of the battle line along which men, he added, will no longer deter-
the troops sacrificed their lives, in the mine the destinies ot nations
near the hospital centers where the ADRIATIC QUESTION
wounded who died were buried. Paris. May 30. Premier Orlando
President Wilson delivered an ad-j0f Italy called on President Wilson
dress at Suresnesj near Paris. Gen- this morning for a conference over
eral Pershing went to Komane, in details of the Adriatic settlement. It
the Argonne, near where the Ameri-hs understood the settlement is rap
cans suffered their heaviest losses, idlv annroachincr final shaDe.
and spoke at the exercises in the aft
MEMORIAL DAY MESSAGE
Washington, May 30. President
Wilson has cabled the following Me-
REDS RETAKE ROVNO
London, May 30. The Bolsheviki
have driven the Poles from Rovno
after fierce fighting and occupied the
town, according to a wireless dispatch
morial Day message to the American f10E1 Moscow. The Russians claim to
people: have captured a large quantity of
"My rellow countrymen: Memorial military stores at Rovno.
jjay wears mis year an aaaea sig significance
nificance significance and I wish, if only by a
message, to take part with you in its
observance and in expressing the
sentiments which it inevitably sug
gests. In observing the day we com
GREEKS AT AVISLI
They Will Grind Them Out by the
Bale if the Allies Give
Versailles, May 30. Two new
notes were delivered to the secre secretariat
tariat secretariat of the peace conference by. the
German delegates today. At the same
time the Germans handed over the
Fiench and English translations of
the first section of the counter pro proposals
posals proposals delivered yesterday in German
only. The first of the two notes con concerned
cerned concerned German property in allied
countries. The second concerned the
Turkish public debt.
LEGISLATIVE REPORT ON
THE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
In making its report to the legisla legislature
ture legislature on the Ocala Industrial School,
the committee, consisting of Messrs.
J. W. Watson, W. W. Phillips and E.
P. Wilson, said:
We found the condition&of said in institution
stitution institution very satisfactory from a
health and sanitary point of view,
also the inmates were in a healthy
condition, apparently satisfied and
Par,V Mv sn Hrppfc fnrro land- with no friction existing between
ed yesterday at Avisli, on the coast of them and th,e head the. institution.
Asia Minor northwest of Symrna. The
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memorate not only the reunion of Ttursh tx. there offered
t Uf oIca w V.o K. ""S"" itsioac.
UUZ unu v.uuin.1 j uub nicu in vv
eration of the world from one of the
most serious dangers to which free HUNS HAD THEIR EYES
government and the free life of men QN A FLORIDA HARBOR
were ever exposed. We have buried
the gallant and now immortal men
who died in the great war of liber-
We found their sleeping quarters,
dining room and kitchen in an ex exceptionally
ceptionally exceptionally well-kept and well-ordered
Satisfactory sewerage connections
are maintained and very seldom, if
ever, cause trouble.
On examination of the building we
j found it to be in a very good condl
We found thirty-seven girls, rang ranging
ing ranging from ten to twenty years of age,
i as inmates 01 tne institution, ine
Chicago. 111.. Mav 30. Plans of the tion with the exception of what mieht
ation with a new sense of consecra- former German royal family to estab-1 be termed a cellar room under the
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tion. uur mougnis ana purposes now hsn a spy center and a nest of sedi- front porch. This we found was used
are consecrated to the maintenance ticn on. the Florida coast, were for a general storage and junk room
of the liberty oi the worm ana oi ine related here yesterday by Attorney and it was in a bad state of repairs.
union witn its people m a single com- General Palmer in an address to the
radship of liberty and of right. It Illinois Bar Association.
was for this that our men conscien- "Down in Florida." declared the at-
tiously offered their lives. They came torney general, "the great German-' sleeping quarters are entirely too
to the field of battle with the high American Lumber Co., owned by a clowded and DOor ventilation.
spirit and pure heart oi crusaaers. prince of Germany, had accumulated and in the oninion of vour committee
We must never torget the auty meir nearly 200,000 acres of timberland this particular condition should be
sacrifice has laid uDon us. of fulnlling I gmiitj ot AnAr' to,t tt- f.
-- , . xi. iv-"v remeaiea at once.
tneir nopes ana meir purpose to me paimer. "This German prince had
utmost. This, it seems to me, is the put mniions of dollars into it. He had
impressive lesson and the inspiring never gone near to it, he had neve
mandate of the day. received anv interest or dividends out
"WoodrOW Wilson. nf if- ht hud s.Mfri ht normnn rnn-
" " ......
sul at Pensacola as the manager 4 of
POLITICAL FUTURE HAS the company and when we came to
NO TERRORS FOR HIM investigate we found that his com
pany had bitterly resisted an Amen
We also found that the room known
as the infirmary is an exceptionally
small room located on the western
side of Ihe building, with practically
r6 light or ventilation, and it is the
opinion of this committee that larger
quarters should be provided for this
Is Now the Earliest Date Expected
for the Huns to Sign the
Paris, May 30. The council of four
didn't meet today. Peace making ac
tivities were suspended for the day
pending translation of the German
proposals and study of the Austrian
terms by delegates representing the
CONSIDERING HUN PROPOSALS
Paris, May 29. (By the Associated
Press.) June 15 is the earliest pos possible
sible possible date on which the German treaty
can be signed if no obstructions are
en countered, but June 20 is the more
probable date for its signature and
the departure of President Wilson for
the United States, according to a
member of the American peace dele delegation
gation delegation who discussed the sitaution
with the correspondent today.
The German counter proposals
have been received with the greatest
interest by the members of the peace
confrence, especially the claims for
immediate membership in the league
of nations, for a plebiscite to decide
the disposition of Galicia and for fix fixing
ing fixing a definite sum for reparations.
Washington, May 30. Elaborate
anti-American propaganda being con conducted
ducted conducted in Brazil is believed by state
department officials to be the work of
European business men who hope to
alienate Brazilian business from the
United States. Certain Latin-American
influences, it was said at the state
department today, are also believed to
be interested. The propaganda ap appears
pears appears in paid notices in newspapers
reflecting on the part American sol soldiers
diers soldiers took in the war and the motives
of the United States in the war.. At
the state department no apprehension
was felt because the propaganda was
so patently false and the work of
Angeles has Been Proclaimed Provis Provisional
ional Provisional President and Villa is
Backing Him Up
Washington, May 30. Villa forces
have proclaimed Gen. Felipe Angeles
provisional president of Mexico, and
Villa himself, secretary of war.
The move coming at the climax of
military operations considered by the
Carranza government so serious that
it has asked the United States for
permission to move troops through
Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, is
xegarded her as reflecting a situation
more serious in Mexico than any since
the triumph of Carranza forces over
Villa three years ago. Viewed in con connection
nection connection with the activities of the Fe Fe-licista
licista Fe-licista forces in southern Mexico the
situation is regarded as full of pos possibilities.
sibilities. possibilities. American government officials are
refusing to comment on the news un until
til until they receive official confirmation.
There seems, however, to be no doubt
of its authenticity. I
SENATE IS SENSIBLE
Had an Interesting Trip and Secured
Next Meeting of State Associa-
tion for Our City
Editor Star: As dutiful children
would tell the home folks of a delight delightful
ful delightful day spept by them and for the
added purpose of showing how much
you lost through declining to be cr.e
of the party, here goes."
Everybody had arranged to have
either the telephone operator, the fire
bell or the little old alarm clock in inform
form inform them collectively and separately
v. hen four o'clock got around and
true to form all of the party but one
heeded the summons and at 5 o'clock
were at the appointed rendezvous.
The black-haired, long villain failed to
show up and a rescue party went out
and pulled him from underenath the
Six-forty saw us well under way
in a Royal Cole eight, driven by
"Bob," worthy son of the chief guy
of the party. Santos was passed quite
early in the game and not long after
the spires of Leesburg were visible in
the distance. A stop was made for a
drink .for machine and man, and
we went thru Tavares, Mount Dora,
f-crrpnto. Monroe and into DeLand in
Refuses to Agree to the Hyphenated record tjme. During the last half cf
the drive the wheel was taken by the
"weighty" one of the party. He pass passed
ed passed a Cadillac that was doing pretty
good work and after we had gotten
into the real business of the trip we
found that the driver of said Cadillac
was our superior officer in the day's
work. The "weighty" one received
many compliments on the beauty of
his machine and while ho was r.o
doubt honest in his intertion to dis
claim the ownership, yet it was done
INCOME TAX INSTRUCTIONS
There need be but little trouble to
figure out your income tax. In the
first place, it may be worked out by
particular feature of the institution. I algebra, trigonometry and syntax, and
Ynnr cnmmittPA. nftpr having thnr- 1C uur "wer uiuy ue turrevi mm
Editor Star: Your Fellowship cor- can railroad building a line across ioughly gone over this building, realiz- U not;
resDondent in reporting the remarks his property or across the property
of Mr. Colbert at Martel, cautions the of his neighbors to reach St. Andrew's
beard against levying the ten-mill I Bay, on which his property is located.
maximum v for school purposes and Calls It "Best Harbor".
warns them of their politiful future. u so hannens that St. Andrew's
As for the superintendent, I will gay js the best harbor on the Gulf of
say that his political future is the Mexico and the nearest harbor on
least of his-troubles. If he can assist American soil to the Panama canal,
in directing the school system through it so happens that the manager of
the desperate straits in which we find the company for years had been a
ourselves at the present the future member of the foreign office of Ger Ger-can
can Ger-can take care of itself. many and it so happens also that
For the information of your corres- when we took over the plant and be be-pondent
pondent be-pondent and others who may be inter- gan to operate it and examined their
ested, I will say that the entire coun- books, papers and files, expecting to
ed the increasing demands for such yur come is muu a year, ana
an institution, and have come 'to the yu ve a diamond ring, and an au au-conclusion
conclusion au-conclusion that it would be best to tomobile, and you are married to a
either abandon this home for delui- b"nette f years old, you take
quent girls or immediately take steps amount of your income and add
to enlarge their building, so that they our prupcrvy, auuiraa
can be properly taken care of in a your, street number, multiply by your
more healthy atmosphere. w"e 8 a vue "X ieie-
Tt is thp fnrthpr oninion of vonrlPnone numoer-
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committee that a commercial course 11 yu nave cn"a m ine .Iamiiy
should be established at this institu- ? subtract ?2UO Irom your income,
tion for the proper training of these add the amount of your personal
frirl who mnv h pnt thprp so that, property, multiply by your waist
thpv mnv hp nronprlv fitted to mppt measure, subtract the size of your
I the problems of life after having follaf and theA child aSe multiply
v"Jlv-v,i - r uuu&s, papers aim uies, CAyeutuig wj ; i o i von hn vp vpn up
ty assessment for general school fund find a great mass of information I been dismissed or discharged from V,,f "J i WVf"
in his district for last year was $845. about the lumber business, we found the institution. church during the year, and then di-
: Following a list of articles that
were loaded to the Red Cross. We are
asking that if the owners want the
articles named, they will please call
for them at the Red Cross headquar7
ters (Board of Trade room). Hours
10 a. m. to 1 p. m. Call during the
week beginning June 2.
The articles are: one pair of rub rubbers,
bers, rubbers, one gold thimble, one silver
thimble, tables knives, three trunks,
several pairs of scissors.
Marion County Chapter
American Red Cross.
A Delco Lighting System will give
you greater returns for your money
'than anything you can install on your
farm. L. A. Gable, dealer. 27-6t
at the lowest price
The way to insure this
is for every good Ameri American
can American to be as thrifty as pos possible.
sible. possible. Labor and raw ma materials
terials materials should be devoted
to useful, necessary arti articles.
cles. articles. Buy only what you
need; get full value for
everything you by. Invest
carefully. Small sums put
into Thrift or Government
Savings Stamps help to se secure
cure secure peace for the Nation
and to secure future for
Munrce ft Chambliss
Ocala - Florida
year was $S4D.i about the lumber business, we found
The county spent from county funds a great mass o the pan-German lit-
on the white schools, $1099 and on the erature which had been flooding the
three big negro schools within the country for years,
district $643, making a total expen- it was a veritable spy center and
diture within the district of $1743, would have been a nest of sedition in
when the assessment was only $845. a f6w years if we had not found it
This means that we had to use other and taken it away from her."
peoples money lor tne scnooi ex- The instance was related in connec connec-penses
penses connec-penses of the Fellowship district or tion with the attornev ceneral's ex-
that we still owe for it for more than Planation of the present status of
twice the amount of the school assess- J alien property.
ment. in tne lace oi tnese iacts, are "Americans temporarily resident in
you still opposed to making a levy enemv territory durine the war will
that will help defray the expenses of have little difficulty in having their
your schools? Very respectfully, property returned to them under the
J. H. Bnnson, Superintendent. new conditions following the signing
The Star is not opposing the ten- 0f the armistice 'the attorney gener gener-mill
mill gener-mill levy at present. It simply de- aj told the bar association, discussing
mands that the wishes of the people the work of the alien property cus-
De ascertainea ana opservea. ine tcdian's office.
money is theirs and the schools are
Tallahassee, May 29. By a unani
mous roll call vote of 29 to 0, the sen senate
ate senate this morning refused to concur in
the house amendment to the Igou Igou-Carlton
Carlton Igou-Carlton bill to meet the federal road!
aid and levy a two-mill tax, which
hcuse amendment is known as the!
substitute, providing for the tax but
being administrative in its nature as i in such a hesitafcine and haltincr man-
well. I dpt. that I pxrf fc the mornine? nanera
Governor Favors Centennial 0f DeLand proclaim the beauty of the
Governor Catts today sent the fol- car and its supposed owner.
lowing special message to both houses At 11 o'clock (real time, not Ocala
of the legislature: time) the busines sof the day began,
"I have the honor as governor of and for two hours facts and figures
the great state of Florida to present were dealt with that were of interest
to your consideration, at the request to all Florida and its army of winter
of my friend, lion. George B. Mas- j guests. Lunch at the Putnam Inn
scy of the city of Jacksonville, la., and back to business and at 3:30 we
the fact that 1921 will mark the cen- had concluded to do the rest of it at
ttnnial of the state of Florida by pur- Ocala in February, 1920.
chase of the United States govern- Cars were then taken for DeLeon
ment of Spain. It is evident that it Springs and on the way. a stop was
will be 100 years in the future before made at the farm of J. N. Burt, only
this opportunity is presented to our 7000 acres under fence, 1C00 acres cf
great state again of celebrating an head high corn, 400 acres peanut?,
anniversary of a century of state- several hundred acres peas and many
hood. I am, therefore, apepaling to more hundred acres of other crops
you as governor of the state of Flor- that will be manufactured on the
ida, to have a worldwide fair during rlaCc into beef and pork and that will
the year 1921 for the purpose of cele- leave the farm in that shape. The
brating this great event." daily pig increase at this time is bet
ter than sixty, cows that were big cf
CARS WILL BE SENT HOME bone, meat and milk producing quali
ties, bulls and boars of a pedigree thnt
Many thousands of railroad freight I simply compelled them to tilt their
cars are going home after war ser- noses at a forty-five degree angle
vice on distant lines. Under an order when associating with the gaunt and
if the railroad administration, made grizzled native Florida product. The
public yesterday, instructions issued! aim of Mr. Burt is to improve the
during the war for pooling equipment I beef and pork of Florida to the point
regardless of ownership, are modified I where weight and quality equal that
so as to require cars' to be-loaded to-of any other section and he says that
wards the home road wherever prac-lthe only unknown factor today in the
ticable. I question is that of a good pasture
This means that a considerable part I grass. He has a dozen fields of diX-
last reports are going back. Of course strate its right to be called the pas pas-a
a pas-a large percentage of cars away from ture grass of Florida. Today hi3 fav fav-home
home fav-home will continue, for it is not in- oiite is Bermuda. It may be some
tended to abandon the principle of ether before the summer season is
theirs. Whatever they decide will
suit the Star and it should suit the
county school board.
A NEW CIRCUIT
Lose Enemy Character
"When the enemy character of per persons
sons persons rests solely upon their residence
it will be seen that by a change of
residence into non-enemy territory
they lose their enemy character. The
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Tallahassee. Mav 29 Senator anorney general nas aaopiea a hd
Eatnn's bill cutting off Lee and Da. eral interpretation of the act which
Scto counties from the Tenth judicial Permits such persons when they lose
circuit, to be known as the Twelfth the1 enemy character to be treated
circuit, leaving Polk as the Tenth, as lf they had always been non non-was
was non-was taken up on motion of Represen- enemv Pons and to have their
tative Keen this morninir and Dassed. property returned upon a proper
2ft tn 13. Thp hill nassert the senate I showing of loyalty.
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several davs aim. Candidates for American cuizens wno iosi men
judge are G. W. Whitehurst and W. property in Germany will be allowed,
D. Bell, of Arcadia, and Lee Hamell m option of the attorney general,
of Wauchula. R. A. Henderson Jr. to Present claims to the United States
and S. W. Lawler, Fort Myers, are government which will see that they
candidates for state's attorney. The are reimbursed from German holdings
governor will make the annointments. here- He said that would be much
Tampa Times. j better than turning property back to
uerraans ior ne lorsaw mat ine uer-
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VoAoral n fv mans wouia noi De welcome as dusi-
'. ness men upon American soil within
Just in, Lord Baltimore Paper in all tbe next decade at least,
colors, 60 cents the box at Gerig's .Much new light on the work of run run-Drug
Drug run-Drug Store. 28-tf nin& to earth enemy mterests m the
United States was given by the -at-
T aro-P snnnW of Velvet Beans and torney general, who was alien prop-
Chufas now on hand. The Ocala custodian before he entered the
Seed Store. 7-11-19
Under the existing conditions therelve the number of your automo-cf the 1,800,000 cars of owning lines If erent grasses, each grown to demon-
nhsnlntVlv nn nrovisinn mart D"e license lag. ii mere is a secona
whereby the proper educational ad- chlld yu deduct $400 from your m m-vantages
vantages m-vantages can be given, looking to the coe' add the weight and age of each
future wplfare nf the cirl ftPT Rhe ch divide by the date of your
hns hppn rWhnrtrp,! tn pnnin hpr birth, multiply by the size of your i necessary common use of equipment, over.
with a practical business education nat an subtract the weight of your and even in normal times the average Then on to DeLeon Springs, beauti beauti-whereby
whereby beauti-whereby she can be enabled to make a I niother-in-law. After you have it all I number of cars on other than their J ful for that section, but we could not
is,nnn. v- :af t ngurea out, you won t nave to pay c-wn tracKs was around a million. neip tilting our respective noses
is the opinion of vour committee that any es of any nature, for they wilf In carrying out this partial readjust- when we attempted to compare it
this is a vital need in this nartieular I have put you in the booby hatch and 1 ment, to permit the owners to give! with our Silver Springs. A barbecue
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school, as we find at the present! uuwn. necessary attention xo neavy repairs, I was serveu uiere oy me cuy oi re
time a e-irl comes to the institution I By direction: Jos. D. McKeany, I railroad operating officials have been Land and it ran true to DeLand form
it. a r i r i r r. I a a i a i . I 1 i n i i a
stavs from six months to threp vpars I J-eui.-ioionei, v. ju. j.t orps v uar-1 instructed 10 guara DOtn against in-1 it was gooa, Deixer ana oest.
" I a T-i it- r I ; t .1 n a t ,
and without having learned anv means wnnaBier ugnu wrps. conveniencing snippers ana againsi curing me aay we met your twin
e -I I ;i l I l rt ? a i 1
f o,, ;0 A:anunAA i unneces?aniv naming emDtv cars, ibcui, urow.'er oounnirion, ana ne sor-
institution, and of necessity is com- maintained at this institution, cash Industrial plants and other big ship- rowed that you had failed to be with
pelled to return to the same conditions expenditures should be greatly reduc- 0rs haveJ been asked to co-operate in us and to show you how he felt about
that pvitpd nnrl whiVh Kr a a u a n ,a homeward loading where it can be it vowed that next February he wouid
he sent to this institution. U rAafOP ppt Wp ,pi;pVp that done th equipment available and visit Ocala and yourself.
Your committee was glad to note every acre of ground possible should vni50Ut undul dely' 4 t f AD0.ut even T a nice'-
that a literary teacher is employed at b cultivated, and should be planted new order does not apply to t,e rain, we started for home, and the
the srhnnl and that thp o-irU arp f.Aer. ni,;,h MniA va nfsi:, cars handled under the refrigerator nearer home we got the more evi-
ceiving a primary grade instruction, at the home, and in this manner it and .tank C?.r dcPartnlent of the car dence was furnished that that ram
whirh is nmvino. f hppfit t Qii ua service section at nicago, nor toicioua was more man iuu miles ion;
Your rnmmittpp finHq tliaf tlipio ia I cfnf a tcz-miI Ka mtoriQl1v' m4tiaI
an indiscriminate policy pursued by In this connection it might be well frn raiIroads c?al ca pool at Pitts-
Federal B (?).
We have a fully supply of cans, I The Anti-Monopoly is serving Ma
canners and canning supplies. ClaTk- cronut Sundae now. That is away
son Hardware Co. Phone 417. 22-9t I ahead of walnut or a fruit sundae. 6t
We are showing a fine line of I Eastman Kodaks and Films to be
Bathing Caps. See them before buy-1 had in Ocala only at Gerig's Drug
ing. Gerig's Drug tSore. 28-tf I Store. 28-tf
;;A ,of Cf hp service section at Chicago. n(
.,ia ,-n aa mose unaer me aireciion oi me east-lit was uarK, n was rainy ana it d.i
difficult driving and at Leesburg
"Bob" gave the wheel and our lives
into the keeping of the weighty one.
He landed U3 in Ocala in C8 minute.-.
but I am still sloughing around on
that slippery clay, but he is r ora 2
careful driver. Keallv Mr. r.r!itnr
what class of carefulness does a rran
elong when upon seeing a vcrv
bright headlight bearing down upon
him he withdraws to the side nf '-
highway and waits there until the
Ccast Line train glides by on its little
When I invited VOn trt Ivo r-n r
the party you were not told of wherr.
that party would consist, fearin that
Bu mucn nignorow m one car mi-ht
make you uncomfnrtaVi
to take the chance anvwav vjn
consisted of A. C. Blowers, S. A.
v, ..i. ieriem and R. S. II
erscompetently chaperoned by 'ob
w A o. r.
the officers of the state of sending! for us to say that we find the condi
girls of all ages to this institution. I tions at the state farm being ably
As stated above, we find girls ranging I managed by a gentleman in charge,
from ten to twenty years, and it is and it is our opinion that he is an ef-
the opinion that a different arrange-1 ficient and able farmer, and that it is
ment should be made for the chudreu his intention to make the farm self
being kept separate, and -that the sustaining and to produce a right pro-
mingling of the two ages should be fitable surplus. Arrival and Departure of passenger
prohibited. We also find trivial of- The examination of his stock, cat- trains at OCALA UNION STATION,
fenses that should be corrected at I tie and hoes showed them to he in an I The following schedule figures cub-
home, are sending girls ten and excellent condition, and he has enough 1" Jed as information and not guar-
A l llA Al AA A I . .. ... .IH.Il
iweive years 01a 10 mis .institution, icoa on nana to take care of them m ;
and in our judgment there are a num-a satisfactory manner until the next
(Eastern Standard Time)
her who are there today without crons are harvested. 3EJllUaUU Alt! Lliit IkAlLUUAU
lightfully belonging there, and we We bee to imnress UDon vour minds Leave Arrive
believe that the fault lies with the the absolute necessity of, first, an im- 2 am- J'onvIlle-NewYork 2:50 am.
mnhntmn nffiPrs thmno-hnnt thp L;.fo t v P"1- Jacksonville 3:06 pm.
, -o -"""b"'b vm. K-vufc cm. jacKsonville 5:10 d.hj
tiaie, anu in many cases airecny wim i DUiiaings. I ( Tampa
the parents. I Second. Devising some method! 2:50 a.m; Manatee
We would recommend that a sys-1 whereby small children are not! ( st- Petersburg
tem be adopted whereby all the exist- thrown in with the grown girls. J:2pm. Tampa-Manatee 1:41pm.
ing conditions could be eliminated Third. That a commercial course rw reierou pm.
and the institution be put upon a bet- bo established as quickly as possible. ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
ter standing along the above lines as Fourth. That a recommendation belfg,--. Arriwm
m m m I m m m m m w
enumeratea. lairectea to tne manaeer 01 tne farm.
A careful examination of the ex-lto particularly devote his energies to
penditures of the said institution I raising food crops to be used at the
shows that the management is en-1 industrial home to lessen the costs of
deavoring to spend the moneys of the I operating the institution to the state.
state in an economical way, and whue
your committee has no special cnt- Try SKID-DO-SKEETER once. It
icism to make along this line, still it runs them celan out of the house. Sold
is their opinion that with the as-lcnly by the Anti-Monopoly Drug
sistance of the state farm, which is' Stone. Phone 123. 23-6t
2:12 pm J'ckaonvllle-New York 3:15 am.
1:45 pm. J'ksonvllle-O'lnesvllle 3:25 pm.
:42 am. J'ksonvllle-O'nerrllle 10:13 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pet'sbrg-Lakel&n4 2:12 am.
3:35 pm St. Pet'sburff-T-ikeland 1:25 pm
civam. -iunneiion- ncox
7:40 am. Du'nellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm.
5:25 pm. Ilomosaasa 1:35 pm.
10:13 pm. Leesburg 6:42 am.
4:45 pm. Galneaville 11:50 am.
Monday, Wednesday. Friday.
Tuaday. Thuraday. Baturday.
The Anti-Monopoly, i3 servin- -cronut
Sundae now. That is "tXnv
ahead of walrfut or a fruit sundae. W"
Try a White Mop Wringer
penect ease, quid:!-
J nfl n Pallic- and they do
pull the mop to pieces. For -1
Uarkson Hardware Company, P
OCALA EVENING STAB, I HID AY, MAY 30, 1919
OCALA EVENING STAR
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It. II. Carroll, President
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J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., .postoffice as
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government to soldiers or the rela relatives
tives relatives of soldiers. These people claim
hey want a "social revolution," but
he truth is that they do not want
anything but anarchy. They want to
tear existing order to pieces and have
a carnival with the property and lives
of those who don't agree with them.
They are no more able to set up an
orderly government than primary
school children are to found an uni university.
versity. university. They are, in short, lazy and
crazy, and there is only one argument
fitted for their care the argument
they hand out when they have the op
portunity hot lead and cold steel.
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Insertion; 3c per line for each subse subsequent
quent subsequent insertion. One change a week
allowed on readers without extra com
Leeal advertisements at legal rates.
Electros must be .mounted, or charge
will be made for mounting.
One of George Mathews' bolshevik
-readers has stopped his paper. The
Star doesn't seem to have any of the
cooties on its subscription list.
The state motto of Florida is "In
God We Trust," but if the men who
adopted it could have looked ahead
and viewed the performances of the
last few legislatures they would have
added "In Tallahassee We Bust."
The orange growers have govern government
ment government help to fight citrus canker, the
farmers have hog serum and the
stockmen tick eradicators; now when
can the printers have government as assistance
sistance assistance to eradicate the type lice.
The senate has passed the riparian
rights bill vesting such rights in the
owners of the abutting property. It
was the only just and sensible solu solution
tion solution of the question. Tampa Times.
The move would have slid over if
it hadn't been for the newspapers.
The principal difference between
Wilson and the other members of the
council of four is that Wilson is ac accustomed
customed accustomed to thinking about continents
and they think about nations. It is
; difficult for an American to under understand
stand understand a country where he has to stop
at a customhouse every four or five
At the next meeting of the county
school board, the question of the as assessment
sessment assessment of millage for next year will
It is the Star's opinion that the
public school patrons of this school
district should be called in consulta
tion on this matter. There should be
a meeting of all the patrons at the
courthouse Monday evening, and their
opinion should be accurately ascer
It is true that the Board of Trade
at its last meeting endorsed the
proposition to levy the full ten-mill
tax, and it is also true that the Board
of Trade meeting was a representa representative
tive representative meeting. But representative
meetings do not always represent.
We remember a representative meet meeting
ing meeting held here about two years and a
quarter ago, to pass judgment on our
city charter. It was as fairly repre representative
sentative representative as any meeting could be,
except one made up of delegates reg regularly
ularly regularly elected, and it endorsed the
charter by an overwhelming majori majority.
ty. majority. But at the next city election the
element that supported the charter
was badly defeated, and the feeling
against the charter has been strong
enough to nullify it in its most im important
portant important and beneficial feature. At the
Board of Trade meeting last week,
nearly all the champions of the ten
mill tax were present, and those on
the other side were not there. That,
of course, was their fault. But that
does not do away with the fact that a
meeting of fifty or sixty citizens is
not always a correct indication of the
sentiment m a precinct that contains
five or six hundred.
There is also, we understand, a pe
tition going the rounds asking the
school board to levy the full tax. We
haven't seen said petition, and those
in charge of it didn't tell us about it;
but unless it contains the names of a
majority of the taxpayers of the dis district,
trict, district, we do not think the board
should consider it an endorsement of
the tax. There is not being any pe petition
tition petition carried around for the signa signatures
tures signatures of those wh oppose the tax, but
they will have to pay taxes, all the
Now, we are not opposing the levy
cf the additional three mills. We
simply demand that the people be
consulted. There is not much reason
to doubt that the schools need more
money, but it is our belief that with
a proper system of education seven
mills would be enough. The system
of education, however, is out of reach
of the people, and it will stay out of
their reach until they assert them themselves
selves themselves and elect men able and willing
tc adopt better methods.
The people of the Ocala precinct
are now paying 16 mills for their
schools. Their state taxes are going
to be higher this year than ever be before,
fore, before, and as for federal taxes and
prices there is no tapeline long
enough to measure them with. And
although the Ocala schools are well
managed, there are some-expenses
that might be reduced and some
methods that might be improved.
The Metropolis learns that great
anxiety prevails among the progres
sive business men of Tampa, Miami,
Orlando, Gainesville, Marianna, Ocala
and Jacksonville over the report com coming
ing coming out of Tallahassee that the legis legislature
lature legislature will not do anything towards
making an appropriation for the pro proposed
posed proposed fairs that are planned to be
held in these cities this coming fall
and winter. Jacksonville Metropolis.
The Metropolis has no right to
speak for the business men of Ocala.
We doubt that great anxiety prevails
among any of them, and we know for
a certainty that some of them are
opposed to the money of the state be being
ing being applied to any such purpose. Let
the legislature kill the bill. A county
that hasn't money and public spirit
enough to pay its own fair premiums
has no business with a fair.
ians that such work has to be left to
the soldiers. This reproach, however,
does not apply to this part of the
CRITICISM OF SCRUGGS SCRUGGS-WILDER
WILDER SCRUGGS-WILDER AMENDMENT
Cattle ticks are released from per persecution
secution persecution in some counties for two
years. The poor cattle will catch hell,
as usual! Tampa Tribune.
We have often wondered why it
was that men who owned cattle did
not take the sufferings of the ani animals,
mals, animals, loaded down with the torturing
insects, into consideration.
In the last few weeks there have
been in .Wmnineer and other narts 'bit
the Dominion of Canada movements
which while proclaiming themselves
to be strikes have really been at attempts
tempts attempts at revolution and establish
ment of soviet governments. The
strikers, or rather the revolutionists,
have always begun operations by try
ing to tie up everything. Police and
fire protection have beeiranterrupted
and the attempt made to break them
up. The newspapers have -been sup
pressed and every other private busi
ness has been hampered. Public
utilities of light, water and public
transportation have been crippled,
and to show the pitiless disposition of
the strikers the manufacture of ice
and distribution of milk has been in
terf ered with so that babies and
small children have suffered and some
have died. The trouble has been made
almost entirely by men who kept out
of the army, either because they were
engaged, at high pay, in the manu
facture of supplies or other absolutely
necessary work, or because they were
exempt for some reason Canada's
exemption law being much more lib
eral than ours. The trouble extended
the mail clerks quit or bungled their
work, holding up money sent by the
fcMEfVeO&N KNEVM HOV4
wtAN'i of these vaV wwr ads1
ARE evAAKtN GOOD, NE0
SOr-AE. OP fJfA ATTRACT MOM
ATTENTION THAN A IsMJIC
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ms Jtrm m
mcriEY ir TV.
The Ocala Star says it didn't say
what we credited to it about the
Wade Clay county fish bill. We arc
sorry, for it was good enough to have
been said by the Star. Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. v
The Star has no quarrel with the
sentiments expressed in the clipping,
but it should have been credited to
the Lakeland Telegram.
As regards the bolsheviki among
us, the returning soldiers show u
praiseworthy disposition to "treat
'em rough." It is a great pity that
there are so many white-livered and
yellowbacked men among the civil-
The Scruggs-Wilder substitute for
the special good roads committee bill,
which was passed yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon by the house in a close vote, has
some good and some very bad provis provisions,
ions, provisions, and it is extremely probable
that the senate will not accept the
amendment because of these very bad
points. For instance, if the Wilder Wilder-Scruggs
Scruggs Wilder-Scruggs measure became a law the
road department would become a big
political machine, whereas now the
state road department is distinctively
a non-political business organization,
the five present members being all
reputable citizens and business men
of the first quality who are serving
without pay. The Wilder-Scruggs
amendment increases the personnel of
the board by two members who are ap
pointed by the governor. In October
the terms of Chairman Smith and W.
J. Hillman expire, and the governor
would have a chance to appoint two
more men, thus giving the governor
control of the board. The Wilder
Scruggs amendment pays the chair
man $4200 a year, and it also com
mits the board to create a great
many new positions. You can readily
see with this power what a political
machine can be built up. The people
of Florida want all their state busi
ness run on strict business lines and
the Metropolis believes that the sen
ate will promptly refuse to adopt
every provision in the Wilder-Scruggs
bill that smacks of politics. This the
people of the state will heartily ap
Electra, May 28. Everybody is
glad to see the nice rains on their
crops. The fruit is ripening fast.
We are all glad to see Miss Hoyt
Martin at home again.
Mrs. R. O. Halford and family
went over to Belleview Sunday and
spent the day with friends.
The log choppers of the American
Tie & Lumber Co. cut a bee tree but
it happened to be a yellow jackets'
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Mock were vis
itors of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Mock Sun
Miss Dixie Pillans spent Friday
night with her parents and returned
jto Ocala Saturday to fill her position.
Monty for the Growers
Earned and Saved
Money is made both by earning it and by saving it.
In both ways the Florida Citrus Exchange makes money;
for growers who are members.
The Exchange earns money for these growers by securing
them larger net returns from their fruit than they can obtain
through other marketing agencies.
Then, through its affiliated organizations, the Exchange;
eaves money for its members on their purchases of grove sup
plies, packing house materials, etc
The Exchange Supply Company is in position to save (ptw
ers enough to cover the entire cost of marketing their frui)
through the Florida Citrus Exchange.
An Active, Efficient Traffic Department Saves
Large Sums for Florida Qtrus Exchange Members
The Exchange main tarns an active and enictest traffic dsparfeaesflL
' r This department is operated wholly for the beafifh of growers
market their fruit through the Exchange,
Through its workjhey are saved thousands oftdoDare every year c3
the recovery of claims against transportation companies, etc
All monies collected by the traffic department of the Exchange or
paid to the producers of fruit damaged or lost in transit by fc-wh cl
the carriers or on which there were freight overcharges or errors.
As individuals, growers are almost completely at the mercy cf fls3
railroads and steamship Imes in these matters; orgsexxed in tha FLoxscia
Qtrus Exchange, they can and do secure redress fox ay wxcaj cf tsj
thsre is adequate prod (
Join the Fxrhango and males zaore neoef
from your groves. For
matron, tec. phone fr writs
FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE, Tanpa, Ha.
MARION COUNTY CITRUS SUB-EXCHANGE
Ocala - Florida
" I H9W If w ms.Jt ftn a ip
S ii, m mi Bin ii i i hi i in m, i "y.
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Store Opens at 8 A. U.
Closes a! 6:30 PT EL
100 dozen Huck Towels
at $2.52 per dozen
Think of buying a firm white Huck towel of unusual
quality and full size at this remarkable price. They- are
well worth practically double and you'll want even more
at this price.
Nainsook English longcloth
priced spe- OQc priced spe- OQc
cially at iUyd cially at it7yd
Mercerized Hemmed Napkins Ctji 45
priced specially, per dozen., tp-
A special on Children's "M"
Turkish Towels Nainsook Union
at $1.50 per dozen Suits at $1, all sizes
Beginning next Thurs Thursday
day Thursday we iuaugerate our
Thursday half holidays
closing at one o'clock
sharp. Please attend your
needs in the early morning
so that no one will be inconvenienced
A new arrival today in Black Kid,
Patent and White Kid Pumps.
Rheinauer & Co.
" Where Most Folks Trade
Shorter skirts are to contin continue
ue continue in vogue. Just now they
are worn 12 to 18 inches from
the ground in Paris and New
York follows closely. This
means snappy silk hosiery.
Black Patent Oxfords con continue
tinue continue the favorite in fashion fashionable
able fashionable circles with a touch of
red being emphasized by
See them in our windows
SEI1D YOUR BOY
10 CAMP SAPPHIRE
Camn Sapphire, located near Bre
vard, N. C, will open its seventh ses session
sion session July 2. The mountain hikes, wa water
ter water sports, athletics, military and tu tutoring
toring tutoring under men of experience will
do your boy good. All Florida boys
will leafe Jacksonville July 1 accom
panied by Prof. D. Meade Bernara,
Rev. J. G. Venable cf the Riverside
Presbyterian church and Jrof. J. W.
Zeller, all of Jacksonville, and Prof.
A. W. Bates of DeLand. For catalogue
and information write D. Meade Bern Bernard,
ard, Bernard, 26 Lomax St., Jacksonville.
Camp limited to 150 boys. Three boys
and a councillor or assistant councillor
to each tent. Camp Sapphire is best
equipped of the southern athletic,
military, educational camps for boys.
Anthony, May 28. Mr. Ben Wiley,
who spent the past few weeks here,
left Wednesday for his home m
After two weeks spent at home.
Mr. Lawton C. Sims left Wednesday
of last week to resume his duties in
Mrs. B. K. Padgett, who has been
in St. Louis, Mo., for the past two
weeks, returned home Saturday.
The many friends of Messrs.. H. J.
Stewart and Preston Martin are glad
to know they are improving.
Messrs. G. M. Brown and R. II.
Baskin each purchased new cars last
Miss Maud Brown, who has been
attending school in Orlando, arrived
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mixon and chil
dren of Williston, were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Robinson Sunday.
The first cantaloupes to be sold this
season were grown by Messrs. T. P.
Johes, T. A. Lamb and Gary Lamb.
They were sold to and shipped by H.
E. Talton and W. T. Lamb.
Miss Ruth Gill of Jacksonville,
spent Sunday in Anthony.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Brown received
the good news Tuesday that their son,
Mr. David N. Brown, has landed safe safely
ly safely in the United States again. David
has a host of friends who will give
him a warm welcome when he reaches
Messrs. Holmes Baskin, Joe Ellison,
Ben Gill and Otis Shealy left Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday for Oxford.
Mrs. W. H. Martin spent a few
days in Fort McCoy last week.
Mrs. Cartwright of Jacksonville,
who has been the guest of Mrs. C. V.
Swain, returned home last week.
The farmers are making large ship shipments
ments shipments of tomatoes.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Titus and chil children
dren children of Oak spent Sunday with Mrs.
C. V. Swain.
Miss Jocie Parrish of Ocala was the
guest of Mrs. II. A. Meadows last
Mr. George Shealy and family of
Zuber spent Sunday with relatives
Mr. Arthur McQuaig of Fort Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy spent Monday and Tuesday as
the guest of Mr. Arthur Martin.
Mr. Jasper Wilson of Oak was in
Rev. W. C. Rogers will fill his Usual
appointment at the Methodist church
Sunday morning and evening.
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 CordTire3 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 Silvertonn Cord Tires.
P. O. BOX 60S
LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS.
CIRCULARS, FOLDERS. FINE BOOKLETS, ETC.
WE NEVER DISAPOINT A CUSTOMER ON A
PROMISE. YOU GET THE JOB WHEN ITS DUE.
Weihe Co., the Ocala jewelers, will
close at 1 p. in. Thursdays, during the
summer, beginning Thursday, May
I am leaving all my repair work
and accounts with Mr..M. A. TenEyck
for collection. Please call and get
your work at once.
2'-Ct A. E. BURNETT.
DIL G. A. H. EBILHSTOn
Veterinary Physician and Sarffocn
Residence Phone 501. Oflce Phcna 113
AND BUILD EH
Careful Estimates xnada ca til (De (Detract
tract (Detract work. Gives Hero ti Lzitzz
Work for the llcney.tr,3 r7 ctlrr
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1919
SliVEIt SPEUNGS-OCAIA BUS SERVICE
Comfortable; Bus Will Unlil Further NoUce
Run Between Ocala and Silver Springs on
Sundays and Thursdays on the following
Schedule, Leaving Ocala from Court House.
Special Sale of
This is the Event You Have All
Been Waiting for.
If you have any society items,
please phone One-Two-One (121).
Miss Erasmus Ervin of Citra was
shopping in the city today.
Mrs. Annie Akin has gone to Floral
City for a three weeks' visit to
Lv. Ocala Lv. Silver Spgs.
1:30 P. M.s. 2:00 P. M.
3:30 P.' M 4:00 P. M.
5:30 P. M 7:00 P. M.
7:30 P. M 8:00 P. M.
9:30 P. M ...10:00 P. M.
Lv. Ocala Lv. Silver Spgs.
9:00 A. M 2:00 P. M.
1:30 P. M 4:00 P. L
3:30 P. M 7:00 P. M.
5:30 P.-M 8:00 P. M.
9:30 P. M 10:00 P. M.
Federal B (?).
Mrs. Jean Connolly is visiting rela relatives
tives relatives in Waycross, Ga., for a couple
EtL Caranichaiell, PropFieflor
Another shipment of the famous
Alma Zada Face Powre in at Gerig's
Drug Store. 28-tf
1 fefc? f I
RIow Is The Time To
Help Us Give You Good Service
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 j our neighbor as you want us to
We. know you will help us thank you.
ealla Ice tk PacMeg Co.
Mrs. Rooker of Fenton, is the guest
for the week of her sister-in-law, Mrs.
Mrs. Robert Marsh has as her
guest for the summer her sister. Mrs.
Reenie of Savannah.
Mrs. Henry Long, who has been
visiting friends in the city, has re returned
turned returned to her home in Quincy.
Try SKID-DO-SKEETER once. It
runs them celan out of the house. Sold
only by the Anti-Monopoly Drug
Stone. Phone 123. 28-Ct
The Ford Sedan is high-class in ap appearance
pearance appearance and appointments. The seats
are restful, and deeply upholstered with
cloth of high quality. Large .doors give
convenient entrance on either side;
plate glass windows make it a closed
car for inclement weather, and give
fresh air when open. With high qual quality
ity quality in appearance and equipment there
is the simple and safe control in driv driving.
ing. driving. A woman's car a family car for
every day in the year. Ford Sedan,
$775 f. o. b. Detroit.
Leonard Wesson and Fred Winer
have returned from Eastlake, where
they have been since last Tuesday.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. James
Marsh will regret to hear of the crit critical
ical critical illness of their infant daughter.
Miss Mary Scott returned home this
morning from Gainesville, where she
has been visiting relatives for a week.
Why not put in a Delco Lighting
System now and enjoy its benefits
during the summer? L. A. Gable,
dealer, Ocala, Fla. 27-Ct
Mrs. William Barrett and little
daughter, Stella, expect to leave a
week from Monday for Asheville, N.
C., where they will spend the summer.
Colonel R. Buford Williams, on the
staff of the governor of Virginia, was
in Ocala yesterday attending to busi business.
ness. business. Colonel Williams is now super
intendent of the Camp Manufacturing
Company at Inglis.
Large supply of Velvet Beans and
Chufas now on hand. The Ocala
Seed Store. 7-11-19
A nurse from Chattahoochee arriv
ed in town the first part of the week
to take to the state hospital at that
place an old resident of Marion coun
ty, Mr. Deas, who has been pronounc
ed mentally unsound by an examining
The friends of Mrs. Herbert Lattner,
brmerly living in Ocala, but now a
resident of Jacksonville, will be glad
to know that she is recovering rapid-
y from her recent illness, and has
been able to return to her home from
Mrs. M. Fishel, who has been in
Baltimore for some time, undergoing
treatment in a sanitarium, is improv improving
ing improving rapidly. -Her friends in Ocala
will be delighted to hear of her im
provement and hope that she will soon
be entirely restored to health.
No appetite? Then take a bottle of
PEPTONA. Only one dollar at Gerig's
Drug Store. 28-tf
Miss Eunice Marsh, after a hard
winter's work in the primary depart
ment of the Ocala school, has left for
a summer vacation. Miss Marsh will
stop for a month in Excelsion Springs,
Mo., en route to Kansas, where she
will join Mrs. Rochford at her home
near Kansas City.
Federal B (?).
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our equipment will move you complete, no matter what
Negotiable Moving, Packing.
Storage Receipts Furniture,
Issued on Cotton, Pianos,
Automobiles, Etc Machinery and
Let Us do Your Family
Wash. All Flat Work
I Phone 101
Miss Isabel Davis, who graduated
at Southern College, Sutherland,. will
not return to Ocala immediately, hav
ing gone for a visit with friends in
Tampa and Bradentown for two or
three weeks. Master Malcolm Davis,
her small brother, went to Sutherland
to see his sister receive her diploma.
He reports a fine visit and has many
interesting things to tell. Master
Malcolm made the journey there and
This collection of skirts are just as
neat as can be with their smart belts,
pockets and cordings.. Pearl buttons
cleverly placed add to their effectiveness.
Some have cotton embroideries while
others have cuffed hems to give them
individuality. Their chief attraction lies
in the facility with which they may be
laundered for they are fashioned of such
practical fabrics as gabardine, cotton
tricotine and pique. Every skirt is a
distinct bargain at
These are the Regular Values that have been
Selling at $5.95 and $6.50.
Sale Commences Sat., May 31st, and
Continues three days until June 3rd.
"The Fashion Center"
"The Fashion Center"
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c.; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in advance.
P OR SALE Ford roadster, excellent
condition; new tires and shock ab
sorbers. Price reasonable. Box 326.3t6
JUST RECEIVEDA lot of Patent
Castings that fit all makes of Cooking
Stoves. Send in your .order now as I
have a limited amount. Acme Stove
Hospital, 326 North Magnolia St. 29tf
FOR SALE A Shetland pony colt,
two years old, $50; a Shetland mare,
10 years old, $75. Apply to T. P.
Drake, 906 Oklawaha avenue, Ocala,
FOR SALE One 16-foot army tent,
10-oz. duck for $20. Also Prest-o-Lite
cutting and welding outfit, two large
presto gas cylinders. Will sell cylin cylinders
ders cylinders separate. Inquire at No. 313 Or Orange
ange Orange street. 26-3t
FOR SALE A Cadillac racing car.
For terms see Mrs. E. B. Green, Ok Ok-lawa
lawa Ok-lawa avenue. 2-6t
Mrs. George Yancey, whose home Is
in Brazil, but who for the past year
has been engaged in government work
in New York, and her little daughter,
Mary Elizabeth, are now at Candler,
visiting the formers mother, Mrs
Charles Mathews. Mr. Yancey is ex
pected to arrive in a short time from
Brazil. Before returning to Brazil,
Mr. and Mrs. Yancey will go to New
York to buy furnishing for their new
home that is now under construction
in that country. Mrs. Yancey is an
Ocala girl and her many friends here
are always delighted to welcome her
Now that the NC-4 is so much in
th: limelight and the interest of the
whole world in concentrated on its
crew and their families, it will be of
interest to the people of Florida and
of Ocala, to know that Florida in a
way may claim some of the glory.
Lieut.-Commander Alfred Cushing
Read, commander of the NC-4, mar married
ried married a Florida girl, born in Bartow,
but raised in Miami, where she is well
known by the people of that place and
by several former Ocalans who are
now making their homes there. Lt.
Reed married Miss Bessie Burdine of
Miami, about a year and a half ago.
Mrs. Read spent the past winter in
Miami and is now in Washington with
her infant son, Alfred Cushing Read
Jr., awaiting the return of her husband.
FOR SALE "490" Chevrolet touring
car, 1918 model; five good tires and
in first class condition throughout.
Apply to liouviers uarage, corner
Ft. King and S. Magnolia St. 22-6t
AUTO REPAIR SERVICE For
quick and reliable automobile service
come to the Florida House Garage. J.
C. Lanier and IL C. Williams. 8-lm
WAivrbD Your repair worlc on
guns, locks, lawn mowers, etc., at
301 S. Main St. Also buy and sell sec second
ond second hand furniture at 307 S. Main St.
J. W. Hunter, the Locksmith. 13-tf
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
- Xs witnout using
.drugs is the
v '.r s. Optometrist's
'tj.Vi' Ocala. Fla
Federal B (?).
A. E. GERIG
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 8 p. m. every sec
ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sov
ereigns are always welcome.
W. W. Stripling, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
MM meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock until further notice.
H. O. Cole, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE NO. 15
Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. 15
meets the first and third Monday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month in the Odd Fel
lows' hall at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. W. T. Whitley, N. G.
Eloise Bouvier, Secretary.
ORDER UK .EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Isabel Wesson, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star ooffice building at 8 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.
Joe Potter, N. G.
J. D. McCaskill. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Come In NOW and sec the
OAKLAND SENSIBLE SIX
The Best value in a light six in the
VALVE IN HEAD MOTOH
R. R. CARROLL
Ocala - - Florida
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 8
at the Castle Hall, over the G. C
Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial wel
come to visiting brothers.
W. W. Stripling, C. a
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
R. A. 11. CHAPTER NO. 13
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. HL, on the first
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
J. A. Bouvier, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, mets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and The Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
J. H. Spencer, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD
The Star will pay five dollars for
evidence sufficient to warrant the ar
rest of any person who takes a copy
of the Evening Star from the prem
ises of any of our subscribers with
out the owner's consent.'
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EMBAUVIERS
No charge for delivery of caskets anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JIL,
Licensed Embalm ers
Office Phono 10 Night Phones 225 or 423
THE WIMPSOM HOTEL
In -the heart of the city, with Hemminji Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each rooa. Dining room service is
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to 6.
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH,
An ad. in the Star will bring you good returns on tho investment. Try
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1919
Fellowship, May 28. -Fellowship is
getting some rain now and the crops
are looking fine.
Rev. E. Lee Smith of Orlando
preached at Fellowship last Sunday
morning and evening and it certainly
was a spiritual treat to sit and listen
to him. He will preach for us again
on the fifth Sunday in June, and it is
needless to say he will have a full
house to hear him.
Rev. B. L. Adams of Hawthorn will
not preach at Fellowship next Sun
day, as was announced.
Mr. E. C. Rawls of Atlanta, Ga.
was the guest of his grandmother,
Mrs. S. R. Stephens Sunday and Mon
day, combining business with pleas
Fellowship was well represented at
Martel Tuesday night at the county
convention of the Woodmen. The
woman's circle met with the W. O. W.
for the first time and they made
things lively and interesting. There
will be a W. O. W. picnic at Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship the second Thursday in August
This picnic will be an annual event.
Mr. W. L. Colbert made a speech
Tuesday night at Martel for the 10 10-mill
mill 10-mill school tax levy. In his remarks
the writer understood him to say that
every teacher in Ocala, Dunnellon
and Mcintosh had been offered more
money by other counties to teach.
What's become of the corps of teach teachers
ers teachers and where have they so suddenly
obtained so much' money? Don't let
the green wool be pulled over your
eyes again. It hasn't been over one
hundred days since the newspapers
were publishing accounts of fifty
thousand teachers thrown out of jobs
in Washington and quite a number of
them were from Marion county, and
some of the papers insinuated that
there would be an over-supply of
teachers. What's become of this great
aimy of teachers so suddenly? Vote
the 10 mills and wait and see if you
don't have the some dear little forty-five-dollar
teachers in the country
schools. I heard one of the best
posted politicians in this county say
if the board imposed this extra tax
on the. people, that neither the super superintendent
intendent superintendent or any member of the
school board would ever be elected
again. So, boys, go slow and with
caution. We know you are placed in
an awkward position, but be governed
by the people, for they are law and
CALL PHONE 13
When You Want
We call for your work and
make prompt return delivery.
MARION PRESSING CLUB
Smith & Garrett, Props.
Mr. Hugh Nichols, the Wildwood
mill and stock man, is among the vis visitors
itors visitors in town today.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Theus of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville are in the city for a few days,
and their friends are very glad to see
The John Dozier Company will aft after
er after June 1st occupy the corner store storeroom
room storeroom of the Ocala Hou next to the
A. C. L. railroad.
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
ljne of accessories for auto automobiles.
mobiles. automobiles. Let me overhaul your
car when it needs it, and prove
that it does not necessarily cost
. PHONE 117
Corner Fort King and
Let me install a Delco System at
your country home. L. A. Gabel,
dealer, Ocala, Fla.
NOTICE TO DISCHARGED
SOLDIERS AND SAILORS
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.
m p mm
BUICK "SIX" FOR SALE
Mr. John Martin has just 'received
a wire announcing that his soldier
sen, Lieut. W. M. Martin, has landed
at Newport News, which means he
will soon be home.
The legislative committee has rec recommended
ommended recommended that the new state hospi hospital
tal hospital be located at either Gainesville or
Plant City. This, we guess, takes a
great strain off the minds of some of
aver & iviaciiav
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALM ERS
PHONES 47. 104, 305
Rooms for light housekeeping at
Lake Weir' with bathing room priv privileges
ileges privileges at the lake. Mrs.R. L. Martin,
Lake Weir, Fla.
After doing his bit in the army,
our enterprising young friend, Lieut,
(now Mr.) W. A. Hendrix has gone
back on the road for the great
Quaker Oats firm. He is a live-wire
Messrs. W. C. Gray and M. J. Mix Mix-son
son Mix-son are representing the Irvine and
Flemington section in the city today.
They report all crops in splendid con condition
dition condition and prospects fine for a bumper
Five-passenger Buick "Six" in
mechanical condition. Good upholster
ing, ne wtop, three cord tires and
new all-weather tread Goodyear
bargain for quick sale for cash.
ply to L. E. Yonce, Maxwell Repair
Shop. 26-tf I
GABSORFS BEG AMMUAL
Federal B (?).
& TRUE REMEDY
110. 101 10IIIC
In the low mashy places where
mosquitoes breed, there is always
alaria in the spring and summer.
But this terrifie affliction can be com
Weirsdale, May 28 The Lake Weir
Red Cross met at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. C. Rheinauer at North Lake for
a picnic supper last Wednesday after- pietely knocked out of the system by
noon, .every one reported a aengmiui Dr. Williams' 101 Tonic. It not only
time , -r knocks out malaria, but it builds up
Last Monday night Mr. and Mrs. J. the health trenerallv and maW th
J. Knoblock had the pleasure of en- sufferer strong and well and able to
tertaining Mr. Knoblock's brother, resist attacks of every day ailments.
Mr. Donald Knoblock, who is home on The qumine in it kills the malaria
a few days furlough from Atlanta. germs as soon as it permeates the
He is one of our hero soldiers who system; the iron strengthens and in-
was severely wounded m the right vigorates and improves the appetite;
shoulder while on duty in France. The the magnesia regulates the bowels
relatives and friends of this young and prevents constipation and head
man are au giau to see mm agam ami ache. Dr. Williams' 101 Tonic
to Know ne is improving. I
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Snook received
a telegram from their son, William,
The case in the circuit court of H.
B. Clarkson versus P. H. Nugent, T.
E. Bridges and the Marion Hardware
Company, claiming damages for ma
licious prosecution, went to the jury
this morning, ine verdict was in
favor of the defendants.
F. W. DITTO
Local Agent for the
PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO.
About the new Life Policies now
being written by this grand old
F. UMMTTO, OCALA ,FL.
Federal B (?).
last Sunday, saying he has arrived
once more in the good old U. S. and
expected to be with us again before
very long. We are all very glad to
hear such good news.
Mr.and Mrs. Enrol Reed are the
proud parents of a fine eight-pound
boy who arrived last Friday, May 23.
He has already been named for his
father Errol Edward Reed.
Mr. and Mrs. William Mershon are
spending the day today at their home
north of Stanton. We will all be very
glad when these good friends move
back here from Leesburg, where they
are now located.
Miss Vivian Peters of Leesburg was
the guest of Miss Iris Walling from
last Friday evening until Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Albertson took
the former's father and mother and
brother, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Albert-
son and Walter Albertson to Ocala
last Saturday when they took the
train for Kansas. They expected to
stop a few days in Jacksonville for .a
short visit with Mrs. W. T. Kelsey
; and Miss Minnie Albertson.
Last Monday night, May 19, a jolly
crowd made up a farewell surprise
party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Albertson at South Lake Weir. Mr.
and Mrs. Albertson are planning to
leave shortly for their old home In
Kansas. Every one reported a jolly
most valuable medicine for any one
in run-down health. Try it. -Your
druggist can supply you. Refuse all
substitutes. Adv. B4-4-26-19
The drama "Missing" at the Temple
last' night was a war story an a
deeply affecting one, its sadness be being
ing being hardly Temoved by its happy end end-ind.
ind. end-ind. Tonight merry and mischievious
Mabel Normand will appear in the
comedy drama, "A Perfect 36," beside
which will be the interesting and in instructive
structive instructive Hearst News. Tomorrow
the Temple will have a specially in interesting
teresting interesting picture in "A Taste of Life,"
with Edith Roberts in the leading
The largest fresh water trout of
the season in Marion county waa
landed yesterday by Dr. Lee Hamp
ton, the colored dentist, in one of the
lakes east of the Oklawaha river. It
weighed fourteen pounds and measur
ed 30 inches. Mr. Jake Goldman is
exhibiting this splendid speciment as
an example of the efficiency of the
fishing tackle he sells. He has offered
a prize for the largest trout of the
season, and to date this is "it."
As we intend buying fall goods earlier this year
therefore WE MUST HAVE THE ROOM.
We Are Great on
WHITE CANVAS SHOES
for Men, Women and Children. See our Shoes
and get CUT PRICES.
DAYTON AIRLESS TIRES
. Easy Riding
1 "' V- f
: STRAW MATS
All men's and women's Straw
Hats at cut prices,
12 I 14 (12
Brown Sheeting or Yel Yellow
low Yellow Horrespun, per yd.
Bleachea Sheet Sheeting
ing Sheeting per yard
M dMli II
you need no
spare tires o r
tubes. No filler
used. Call to see
N. U. KINDT & CO
Next to Harrington Hall Lunch Room,
Cut prices on all men's and women's Ready-to-Wear GotfuJ
SATURDAY and MONDAY, j;!
LAAAAAAAA.A.A A "A" 9 A' TAT TAT V TAT zATwJ
We have installed
We will open our filling station on Monday, June 1st.
a BRADY Visible Measure Gasoline Dispenser which insures to
our patrons accurate measure of gasoline purchassed.
" You sec What You Get
" And Get What You Pay For"
Leroy,-Majr 29. Well, summer is
here at last and it is very near wa
termelon time agsin, which is the
best time in all the year.
Mrs. W. S. Cauthen, who has been
on the. sick list for several weeks, is
better now, we are glad to report.
Mrs. Ada Winston and little grand grandson,
son, grandson, Trueman Strickland of Hedt-
ville, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Carter Tuesday.
Mrs. J. L. Carter, who has been
staying with her mother, Mrs. W. S.
Carter while she was sick, will return
to her home in Dunnellon Wednesday
Misses Bele, Maude and Rae Strick Strickland
land Strickland and Miss Fannie Akin were the
guests of Mrs. W. S. Carter Monday
Mrs. Leroy Williams and daughter,
Miss Mary Williams were guests of
Mrs. W. S. Carter Wednesday.
Fairfield. May 28. Mr. W. H.
Bishop and family of Reddick were
guests of Mrs. Mary Rou and family
Mrs. Sloan Cromartie and little
daughter Virginia, of Reddick, were
guests of Mrs. Cromartie's aunt, Mrs.
Bessie Gibson last week.
Mr. Earl Bryce and sisters, Misses
Mary and Edna Bryce of Ocala, were
visitors here Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Strickland
and little son of Arcadia and Mr. S
E. Mack and family of Flemincton
were guests of Mr. L. E. Mack and
Move. there roods by advertising.
These Extracts Speak for Themselves
LOSS OVER HALF A MILLION IN
According to a test conducted
among scattered filling stations in De Detroit
troit Detroit some months ago, under the city
sealer's supervision, the average
shortage in the amounts provided
struck an average of 7 per cent, tho
in some places the shortage was as
high as 18 per cent, nearly one gallon
in five. If this average shortage has
been maintained since, and the deal dealer's
er's dealer's association asserts there is evi evidence
dence evidence that it has and in this it is
fortified by the bureau of standards
report the. average loss to automo automo-bilists
bilists automo-bilists amounts in dollars to $537,000
annually. The Nashville Tennessee Tennessee-an,
an, Tennessee-an, Nov. 19, 1916.
Brady Pumps prevent this loss.
TIffi ELUSIVE MEASURING PUMP
The tolerances for gasoline measur measuring
ing measuring pumps adopted by the Bureau of
Standards are 1 cubic inch in defic deficiency
iency deficiency and 2 cubic inches in excess. Of
79 measuring systems of various
types selected at random and tested
in different cities, 55, or 70 per cent,
showed errors in excess of the tol tolerances
erances tolerances allowed Scientific American,
Jan. 6, 1917.
Nothing exclusive about the
Brady method. You see what you get,
and get what you pay for.
THE EXPERIENCE EVERYWHERE
"As typical of "what can be. done by
local authorities may be mentioned
the results of inspection of gasoline
pumps in Philadelphia. In 1914 ap approximately
proximately approximately 93 per cent of all gaso gasoline
line gasoline pumps were on an average 8.75
cubic inches or 3 per cent short per
gallon. This meant a loss to motor motorists
ists motorists of nearly $500,000 per year."
Scientific American, Jan. 6, 1917.
By using the Brady Pump this
loss can be prevented.
There was found but a single city
in the entire state of Illinois in which
the work of inspection and testing
was adequately .done. In one place, of
22 measuring pumps tested and pass passed
ed passed by the local sealer, only four were
found by the Bureau of Standards'
inspector within the toTerances allow allowed.
ed. allowed. Individual pumps were found hav having
ing having maximum errors of 18 and 14 per
cent, respectively, all in deficiency
Scientific Amreican, Jan. 6, 1917.
. Errors cannot be traced to a
Brady Pump once right, always
We Sell Texaco Protects
M. Mali Street
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