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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 6,' 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 137

ARE TANGLED

TELEGRAPH WIRES OWED TO AMERICA

Between Government Muddling and
Union Meddling, the Public is
Likely to Suffer

(Associated Press)
Washington, June, 6. It is indicat indicated
ed indicated that the bill to repeal the law au thorizing
federal control of the tele telegraph
graph telegraph and cable companies would be
pressed despite Postmaster General
Burleson's order restoring to private
operation the wires in the action today
of the Senate interstate commerce
committee which opened hearings on
repeal measures. Senator Kellogg,
auvhor of the repeal bill, told the com committee
mittee committee Postmaster General Burleson's
order only restored the wires to pri private
vate private operation and did not end gov government
ernment government control.
CARLTON STANDS I.YT

New York, June 6. Employes of
the Western Union who joined the
telegraphers' union on the assurance
of Postmaster General Burleson that
there would be no discrimination in
regard to employes joining unions,

will not be taken back in the employ

of the company if they strike, New
comb Carlton, president of the com

pany, announced today. He pointed

out that the postmaster general haa

no wturned the Western Union over
to the company "to operate as we

think best for the interests of busi
r.ess."
BOTH SIDES CONFIDENT

Atlanta, June 6. Both sides today
expressed confidence in the outcome

of the strike called by the Commercial
Telegraphers' Union against the
Western Union in ten southeastern

states. Western Union officials de

clared business would continue as
usual as the union men are in the

minority. Union officials predicted a
victory and declared a nation-wide
strike would be called if necessary to

- win. A strike was called late yester

day in support of the local strike

against the Western Union which be began
gan began Tuesday when union men went

, out in sympathy with the telephone

operators here, who struck Monday,
alleging discrimination c gainst union

members.

BURLESON HAS GIVEN

UP THE WIRES

Debt of the Allies to the United

States is Now Nine Billion
Dollars

(Associated Pressj
Washington, June C. A credit of

ten million dollars in favor of Italy

was announced today by the treasury
department, making a total of more
than one and a half billions for that
country and more than nine billions

for all the Allies.

SHOULD BE REPEALED
Washington, June 6. A favorable

report on the bili to repeal the day daylight
light daylight saving law on the last Sunday in
October was voted today by the House
interstate commerce committee.

SHARP TALK IN
THE SENATE

Evident Leak in Diplomatic Channels
Causes Talm with Consid Considerable
erable Considerable Acidity

LOCAL LEGISLATION

The regular meeting of the city

council was held at 8 p. m. June 3,

with all members present. Meeting
called to order by President Mclver.
Minutes of last regular meeting read
and approved.

T. P. Drake made request that he

be relieved of personal tax assessment
as he was not a citizen of Ocala.

J. R. Martin also asked to be re

lieved from personal tax assessment
for years 1918-1919. Mr. Goldman
moved that Mr. Martin be relieved of
one-half of 1918 taxes and all of 1919.

Motion carried.

Petition rof F. P. .Gadson, L. C.

Smith, J. D. McCall and J. S. La La-Roach,
Roach, La-Roach, asking for cement covering of

ditch running thru the city, the build

ing up and Strfacing of Pond street

between South Second and Zion M. E.
church, the hard surfacing and exten extension
sion extension of Academy street from the in intersection
tersection intersection of hard road on Tucker Hill
thru Jacobsville and that South Sec Second
ond Second street between Magnolia and

Pond be hardened. It was agreed to
that the council would co-operate as

far as practical with these requests.

Attorney H. M. Hampton appeared
and offered $1500 for the payment, of
1916-1917-1918 taxes on the Ocala
House property. It was moved by
Mr. Winer and carried that this prep preposition
osition preposition be not accepted. Motion was
seconded and carried. Mr. Osborne
moved that the city accept $2000 as
in full for the above mentioned taxes
if paid within 30 days. Motion was
seconded and carried.

Petition of J. D. McCall for the

(Associated Press)
Washington, June 6. The leak in
diplomatic channels through which it
is charged copies of the unpublished
peace treaty with Germany reached
certain interests in New York, was
the subject of another stormy debate
yesterday in the Senate. Senator
Hitchcock, ranking democrat of the
Senate foreign relations committee,
in calling up his resolution for a Sen Senate
ate Senate investigation of all facts, declared

the statements of Senators Lodge of

i Massachusetts, and Borah of Idaho,

republican members of the commit committee
tee committee of the presence of copies in New
York "constituted a monstrous
charge."
If this charge had been made in th
interests of the public, he said, and
not merely to attack the treaty, the
senators making it would have de demanded
manded demanded senatorial investigation.
The speech drew replies from both
Mr. Lodge and Mr. Borah.
"I presume," said Mr. Hitchcock,
"that there will be no substantial ob objection
jection objection to this proposal. It is a mat matter
ter matter of the most tremendous emergen emergency
cy emergency that investigation should be had of
charges that copies of the treaty have
fallen into the hands of New York
interests while being held up from the

Senate of the United States.
"The request for this information
should have been made by those who
lugged into the Senate this serious
charge. They do not appear to realize
the embarrassing position in which
they placed themselves by not ask asking
ing asking for an investigation."
' A declaration by the Nebraska sen senator
ator senator that Senators Lodge and Borah

had insinuated broadly that President

Wilson had furnished copies to busi

ness concerns in New York, brought

Mr. Lodge at once to his feet.

"I said nothing: whatever about

financial interests," asserted the Mas
sachusetts senator.

"It is possible," said Mr. Hitchcock,
"that there may be some difference in

the statements of the two senators in

charge. It is of a most scandalous na-

i euuon oi j. u. xucaii ior me
hardening of West Fort King avenue !re- lt appears to be a new chapter

(Associated Press)

Washington, June 6. Telegraph

and telephone companies whose lines
have been controlled and operated by

the government since last August 1,

were ordered last night to resume

immediately operations for their own

account by Postmaster General Bur

leson. The postoffice department

however, under terms of Mr. Burle
son's order retains a measure of con
trol of the services, pending final leg
islative action by Congress.

TEMPLE ATTRACTIONS
Saturday: Theda Bara in "Under
the Yoke," and Sunshine comedy.
Monday: Henry Walthall in "And a
Still Small Voice," and an L-Ko com comedy.
edy. comedy. Tuesday: Constance Talmadge in
"Experimental Marriage," and Inter International
national International News.
Wednesday: Peggy Hyland in "The
Rebellious Bride," and Mutt and Jeff
comedy.
Thursday: Mary Pickford in "Re "Rebecca
becca "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm," and
Mutt and Jeff comedy.
Friday: Madge Kennedy in "A Per Perfect
fect Perfect Lady," and Hearst News.
Saturday: Violet Mersereau in "To "Together,"
gether," "Together," and Sunshine comedy.

ASK
F. W. DITTO
Local Agent for the
PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO.
About the new Life Policies now
being written hy this grand old
company.
F. W.DITTO, OCALA ,FL0.

P PHONE 108
or 243
for
V FRESH MEAT
and
GROCERIES
Prompt Delivery
W MAIN STREET
a MARKET

between Pine street and S. A. L. R. R.,
read and filed for information.
The president of the council and
clerk were authorized to renew notes
with the different banks and pay in interest
terest interest on same.
An ordinance to regulate the speed
and use by vehicles of the city streets
was introduced by Mr. Winer, placed
upon first reading and referred to the
head of the department of justice.
Action of the president and clerk ii
issuing warrant to the express com company
pany company for $271.50 on electric light

bond fund was ratified.

The matter of building shed jfor

tools at the lime pit was left in tht

hands of Councilman Thomas.

$1000 was ordered paid on budget

account from the water works fund tu

the general fund.

Auditor's report for 1918 was read

and referred to the head of the de

partment of justice, city clerk and

city attorney.

An ordinance prohibiting the sale

of lunches, etc., at the union station

was returned with the following re

port:

To the City Council: I return here

with the enclosed ordinance in rela relation
tion relation to selling lunches at the union

depot, and recommend that it be not
passed. In my opinion the city should
not undertake to regulate such mat

ters on the station grounds of the

railroads; besides it would take away
coneveniences to the traveling public

afforded by the sale of such lunches.

B. Goldman,
Head of $ Department of Justice.

The report was adopted and the

ordinance indefinitely postponed.

Mr. Thomas stated that the recent

rains had washed away a great deal
of the street material hauled from the
lime pit and suggested putting in a
number of cement gutters to prevent
the waste of material. The matter was
left in the hands of Mr. Thomas.
' The city manager was requested to
get estimate on cost of putting ditch
thru third and fourth wards in proper
condition in order that same may be
included in 1919 budget.
SAN TOX SHAVING LOTION, a
pleasant, soothing and antiseptic lo lotion
tion lotion for use after shaving. Sold by
THE COURT PHARMACY. 2-6t

in the attack on the treaty itself. The

men who make such a charge owe it
to the public to make an investiga investigation
tion investigation and they would have demanded
an investigation if they were acting-

in the public interest.

Senator Hitchcock declared that if

New York interests had treaty copies
they "apparently are in closer com

munication with enemies of the treaty
than with friends of the treaty."

"If he held the treaty in his hands,"
houted Senator Hitchcock, referring

to Senator Lodge' statement as made

in the Senate, "he held stolen goods,
probably secured by bribery; goods

which the American representatives

in Paris promised not to make public.

It is a strong statement for a senator

of the United States to make that
the president is withholding copies of
the treaty and allowing it to go some somewhere
where somewhere else."
Senator Williams, democrat, of
Mississippi, referred to the refusal of
George Washington to furnish the
House of Representatives with a copy
of a treaty, to which Senator Borah,

republican, of Montana, said, "Why

quote George Washington? You have
repudiated all of his doctrines."

"I say the time has come for an

investigation," said Senator Hitch

cock, resuming, "I want to know what

interests got into possession of the

treaty."

Senator Lodge said he would be
"delighted" to have the Hitchcock res resolution
olution resolution passed. "I was shown a copy
of the treaty by a friend of mine in
New Yo'rk who was connected with
no interests," said Senator Lodge.
"How he got it I did not inquire. If I
were at liberty to mention his name

the country would realize tnat no
more outrageous suggestion could be
made than that it came into his pos possession
session possession by corruption."

STUDENT SOLDIERS

During the Winter Our Boys in Eu Europe
rope Europe Studied Under
Difficulties
Paris. (Correspondence of the As Associated
sociated Associated Press.) Scores of thousands
of American soldiers eagerly have
grasped the opportunity to attend the
schools which the army now is provid providing
ing providing for all the men of the American
Expeditionary Force, under the direc direction
tion direction of the Educational Corps.
The post schools which are primary
grades of this school system are used
wherever they can find a roof to shel

ter them. Floundering through the
mud of some little hamlet where Am American
erican American soldiers are stationed, one is
likely to stumble upon such a school
in full operation. An army chaplain
recently chanced upon such a school
the pupils of which were standing on
benches because the floor was under
six inches of water and in a room

dimly lighted by candles stuck in bot

tles. The sergeant-teacher was using
a piece of tarred paper as a black

board. It was 11 o'clock at night and
fourteen men. whose military duties
prevented them from attending in
regular hours composed the extra
class.
This little scene is symbolic of the
spirit with which the American soldier
has taken advantage of the educa educational
tional educational training offered by the army
school system.
Men in some cases are working
eight, ten and twelve hours a day at
military duties and. then studying at
night in the post schools, tired in body
but doggedly determined. In some
cases they have voluntarily worked at
night so as to be allowed to attend a
lecture or school session in the day daytime.
time. daytime. Illiterate men who have been
taught to read and write often ask
permission to take their dog-eared
primers home with them when their
divisions start for America. Thou Thousands
sands Thousands of such men have been started
on the road to education in the past

few months. But it must not be mis mis-takably
takably mis-takably assumed that all the soldier
boys are coming back "with a higher
education." The big idea of the Edu

cational Corps is to give a man a start

and enable him. to "find himself," so
to speak. Many a soldier has been a

round peg in a square hole back home.
The army is helping these men to get

started on the right groove.

Practicality is the key word of all

the educational courses. The soldier
is not going to school merely for the
"fun of it." He wants results that

will help him with his job back hom

and he is getting them. Vocational

training is an important and success

ful feature of the post school and
L f

mere are iew trades that are not
taught in some of them. In the aca-

uemic course, history, English and
mathematics hold the major places. If

mere is sufficient demand for the
teaching of a given subject it is plac-
A it i

cu on me curriculum.
Agricultural courses are provided
in many of the schools and find many
pupils. Fifty per cent of the men in
the army are from rural districts and
many of them intend to return to
their farms. Thousands of city men
who have had their first days of out outdoor
door outdoor life since they joined the army
declare they will never return to -the
office stool. They like the independ independence
ence independence of the farmer and hope to get
into agricultural work when they re return.
turn. return. The practical phases of farming
are being taught to the men.
Teaching of citizenship is- an im
portant course. Under this head
comes labor problems and subjects
vital to the national welfare.

PRESIDENT IS
QUITE POSITIVE

That the Peace Treaty Haa Been
Drawn Up in Harmony with
His Principles

VIOLATION OF LAW

Caused the Death of Seventy-Eight
Men at the Mouth of the Wilkes Wilkes-barre
barre Wilkes-barre Mine

(Associated Press)
Paris, June 6 "I am convinced our
treaty project violates none of my
principles," President Wilson is quot quoted
ed quoted by the Matin as having said when
he was acquainted with the German

counter proposals to the peace treaty.

"If I held a contrary opinion I would

rot hesitate to confess it and would
endeavor to correct the error. The
treaty as drawn up, however, entirely

conforms with my fourteen points."

ORLANDO ABSENT
Paris, June 6. When the council of

four met this morning Premier Or

lando was absent. This led to the be belief
lief belief that the Adriatic question was
again under consideration. It is un understood
derstood understood that no further progress has
been made by the various elements
working on a solution of this problem.

A BIG JOB

Paris, June 6. It is understood

here that the Berlin government is
sending photographically reproduced
coopies of the peace terms to every

United States senator and represen represen-tative.
tative. represen-tative. RENNER RETURNS
St. Germain, June 6. Dr. Karl
Benner, chancellor of German Aus Austria
tria Austria and head of that country's peace
delegation, who with five colleagues

has been at Feldkirch for a confer conference
ence conference with Dr. Otto Bauer, German
Austrian foreign minister, is expected
to arrive here tomorrow.
BOLS CLAIM SUCCESS
London, June 6. The Bolsheviki
have recaptured Sarapul, southeast of
Perm, which was one of the impor important
tant important towns taken by Admiral Kol Kol-chak's
chak's Kol-chak's forces in the spring advance,
a Bolsheviki wireless message claims.
The dispatch asserts the Bolsheviki
are continuing their advance in this
region.
THEIR NATURAL A LUES
Stockholm, June 6. German forces
on the Esthonian front are aiding the
Bolsheviki, according to a statement
issued at Esthonian headquarters.
TROUBLE AT ANTWERP
Brussels, June 6. American sol

diers and police at Antwerp clashed
Wednesday night. Three policemen

and two civilians were wounded by
shots fired during the melee. Three

American soldiers, one of whom was

wounded, were arrested.

ASSESSING THE TAXES

(Associated Press)
Wilkesbarre, Pa., June 6 Seventy Seventy-eight
eight Seventy-eight men lost their lives in the Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore No. 2 tunnel of the Delaware
& Hudson Coal company explosion
and fire yesterday and 31 were in injured,
jured, injured, according to a list given out by
the company officials.
Forty-one bodies have been identi identified
fied identified and 36 remain unidentified. Thw
company's injured list is not complete
and it is certain that the number of
injured will reach about 40.
The disaster is, with one exception,
the greatest that has ever occurred
in this city. More than 100 mine
workers were riding to their work
crowded into what is known as a trip
of mine cars drawn by a motor. The
rear car carried 12 kegs of powder.
The trolley wire snapped when the
train had gone about 200 feet from
the entrance and sparks ignited the
powder. There aws a roar and in an
instant every man and boy on the
train was either dead or dying.
Terribly mangled bodies were found

by the rescue crews which instantly
rushed into the mine. Fire fighters,
working frantically succeeded in
quickly subduing the flames which
followed.
Then followed the gruesome work
cf taking out dead and injured. Those
who had not. already succumbed were
so badly burned that in nearly every
case death is a matter of only a short

tunc.

Violation of the mine laws of the

state is said to have caused the great
loss of life. One of the most drastic

provisions of the mine code is that

forbidding the transportation of men

on a car or train which carries ex

plosives. Investigation will disclose

whether the men or company is re

sponsible for this violation of the law.

Some of the first bodies" brought

out from the tunnel, were burning
when they reached the surface. The
clothes had been burned away and the

flesh was roasting from the intense

heat.

CATTS HASN'T READ
THE CONSTITUTION

Try SKID-DO-SKEETER once. It
runs them celan out of the house. Sold
only by the Anti-Monopoly Drug
Stone. Phone 123. 28-6t

SAN TOX VELVET LOTION is
not sticky, will rub in dry. Particular Particularly
ly Particularly beneficial for sunburn. Sold by the
COURT PHARMACY. 2-6t

The picture scheduled for today at
the Temple, Geraldine Farrar in "The
Hell Cat," failed to arrive, but the
one sent in its place, Theda Bara in
"Under the Yoke," will be intensely
interesting, and you should not fail
to see it.

The Anti-Monopoly is serving Ma Ma-cronut
cronut Ma-cronut Sundae now. That is away
ahead of walnut or a fruit sundae. 6t

We are showing a fine line of
Bathing Caps. See them before buy buying.
ing. buying. Gerig's Drug tSore. 28-tf

The "EVERSHARP" percil is al always
ways always sharp never sharpented. Noth Nothing
ing Nothing could please any writer more. Sold
by the COURT PHARMACY. 2-6t

(Times-Union)
Tallahassee, June 5. Gov. Catts
sent the following message to both
branches of the legislature today:
The daily papers announce the fact

tnat the Congress of the United

States has passed woman's suffrage

and now the matter goes to the dif different
ferent different states for ratification. While

this office has not received any verifi

cation from the office of the secretary
of state, Washington, D. C, as to the
newspaper report, still the Associat Associated
ed Associated Press would not dare publish some

thing of so vast importance as this if

it were not true.

The legislature of the state of

Florida will adjourn tomorrow, and it

has the opportunity, while now in reg regular
ular regular and due order, of putting itself
on record to be the first state in the
sisterhood of states to ratify this

great movement upon the part of the

federal government.

l, tnereiore, as governor oi our

great state, earnestly recommend that
you, by your vote, ratify this action
upon the part of the federal Congress
arid add an imperishable laurel to

your state, which can never die; the
fact of being the first state of the
Union to recognize woman as an

equal with her brother man in the

rights of suffrage.

AMERICAN LEGION
POST IN OCALA

Editor Star: In justice to Mr. Jno".

L. Edwards and also to myself, I wish

you would publish the following com

munication, as it has been whispered

around for some time that Mr. Ed

wards paid no taxes on personal

property except one automobile.

Executive Chamber
Tallahassee, May 31, 1919.

Mr. W. W. Stripling, Tax Collector,

Ocala, Fla.:
Dear Sir: I received a letter from

Mr. R. L. Clyburn of Summerfield,

from which I quote the following:

"In looking over our tax books I

see that I am paying on $800 personal

tax to the amount of $17. I also note
that Mr. Jno. L. Edwards, a banker,
of Ocala, is assessed $250 personal

tax and I should think Mr. Edwards
easily owns $10,000 to $20,000 of per personal
sonal personal property."

Kindly look into this matter and

give same your careful attention at
once. Yours truly.

Yours truly,
Sidney J. Catts, Governor.
Ocala, Fla., June 5th, 1919.
Mr. W. W. Stripling, Tax Collector:

Dear Sir: In reply to the gover

nor's letter, that you handed me, will

say that no personal property was
assessed to John L, or W. J. Edwards,

individually, until the comptroller

sent me the list of autoes for Marion
county in 1917. I then assessed one

to John L. at $250 and one to W. J.
at $400, as I assess all automobiles

to the party who took out the license,
but the 1917 tax book also shows that
L. K., W. J. and John L. Edwards,
known as Edwards Bros., are assessed
with and paid on personal property to

the amount of $24,430 and real estate
$32,030. Total assessment, $56,450,
which I think Mr. Clyburn will admit
is a pretty good assessment on a fifty
per cent valuation.
Respectfully, Alfred Ayer,
Tax Assessor Marion County.
Dr. Watt's office is now in the Hol Holder
der Holder block. Office phone 510; residence
phone 503. 2-10t
ANTICOR the perfect safety CORN

RAZOR, sold by the Court Pharmacy.

A number of our young soldiers
met yesterday and organized a Marion
County Post of the American Legion.
Temporary officers were elected to
serve until the state organization is
perfected. The officers are as follows:
Post Commander: Dr. II. F. Watt.
Post Vice Commander: Carl Ray.
Post Adjutant: Louis H. ChazaL
Post Finance Officer: T. D. Lancas Lancaster
ter Lancaster Jr.
Post Sergeant-at-Arms: E. S. Stev Stevens',
ens', Stevens', Sparr.
Post Chaplain: Dr. M. C. Izlar.
Post Historian: F. E. Harris Jr.
Post Commander Watt will appoint
delegates to the state meeting to be
held in Jacksonville.
The petition necessary for obtaining

a charter from the national organiza

tion has been prepared, and the neces necessary
sary necessary fifteen signatures have been af affixed;
fixed; affixed; but the desire is to have as
many signatures as possible. All
Marion county men who served in the
army, navy or marine corps during
the world war a urged to stop in at
the Board of Trade room this after afternoon
noon afternoon or tomorrow and sign the peti petition.
tion. petition. The American Legion is the official
organization of the men who served
in the great war.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1919

OCALA EYEING STAR

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lawyer. Marion county; people will be
gratified at Mr. Wartmann's reap reappointment.
pointment. reappointment. Mr. Wartmann has served
ever since the board was instituted
and has done splendid work. He re receives
ceives receives no salary, but since he was first
appointed he has put in at least a solid
year and a half in work for the state.
COMMUNICATION FR03I
CHAIRMAN COLBERT

Editor Star: As a matter of infor information
mation information for yourself and for the public
I wish to state that the board in reg regular
ular regular session, patiently and gladly
heard the petitions and delegations
from about thirty precincts in the
county and only three precincts declar declared
ed declared not in favor of the three-mill extra
ty and only three precincts declared
not in favor of the three-mill extra
levy for schools. Two precincts de declared
clared declared themselves in favor of the levy
under certain conditions, that is, that

they get their proportionate part,
which we believe should be done as
near as practicable. The remainder
declared emphatically in favor of the
assessment of the three mills or as
much as is necessary to maintain the
standard of the teachers and schools.

The board did not lose sight of the

fact that the proposition was voted
against at the last general election,

nor did they lose sight of the fact that.

it was up to the board to furnish
schools for the children of Marion

county, but not knowing just what

the assessed valuation of the county

would be, we were compelled to with

hold fixing the millage till after the

Senator Calkins will be a candidate valuations on the present tax roll are

for the office of attorney general. completed and equalized by the board

of county commissioners. As soon as

Gov. Catts has appointed Assistant this information is forthcoming the

Attorney General C. O. Andrews school board will then fix the millage
judge of the new seventeenth circuit, as conservatively as possible to meet

the actual necessities.

If that council of four doesn't quit! We gave the matter careful consid-

quarreling among itself, the Germans eration and tried to get as near an ex ex-will
will ex-will win by diplomacy what they lost pression as possible from every pre pre-by
by pre-by war. cinct in the county. Several who ap

peared before the board stated that

The legislature adjourns today, they opposed the amendment but

From the best of our observation, it could see now where it was needed

was not quite so, bad as the legisla- and would be glad to see the levy

ture of 1917. made. Resnectfullv.

W. L. Colbert,
Chairman of School Board.
Mr. Colbert has kept his" word, and

the Star does not see that any com

plaint is to be made against the school
board. It may be that a majority of
the school patrons are against rais-

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UNITED STATES NAVY DIRIGIBLE IN FLIGHT

Today's Times-Union prints a fine

picture of Marion's senior represen

tative in the legislature, Uncle Billy
.Folks, the only old Conf ed. in the

House.

I Let Us do Your Family
Wash. All Flat Work
j Returned Finished.
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UNCLASSIFIED ADVERTISMEMTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
t
RATES: Six line maximum, one time 25c; three times 50c; six
times 75c.; one month $3. Payable in advance.

LOST Three foot bamboo fishing
rod, somewhere on the streets today.

Return to Star office and get reward.

WANTED Room in refined private

home where there are young people.

Address, Box 342, Harrington Hall
hotel. 6-3-2t

PEANUTS FOR SALE About 50

bushels White Spanish Peanut seed,
cheap or trade for hay or corn. F. W.

Ditto. 3-6t

FOR SALE Four room cottage.
Modern improvements. Located at 18
Hazel street. Apply to Jlrs. E. C.

Dorsey, next door. 36t

FOR SALE A good family cow.
Owner leaving. Will sell cheap if sold
this week. Apply to II. L. Straub,
Weirsdale, Fla. 3-6t

A year ago today, at dawn, Amer- mg the tax, but if so they have not

ican marines atiacKea me uermans in (expressed themselves, and so long as

mi. vuiaueuu xiucny bwiui, gamcu tney oo not tney cannot compiain n
three and a half kilometers on a four- the minority puts one over on them.

Kilometer front and took 100 prison- Ti mav he. however, that the develop

ers. Later in the day they took Tor- ments of the next month may make it
cy and forced their way into Boures- unnecessary to levy the full ten mills,
1 T A- ll J 1 i A 1 ...

cnes. was on tnis aay inat xae arid if so the school board will, we

fighting forBeUeau Wood began, and Uuppose, act accordingly

wnen it was over uermany realized

that America had arrived. The Star i reliablv informed that

Senator Lincoln Hulley of Volusia

Western Union telegraph operators 11 enter the srubernatorial race in

in the southeast affiliated with the the next primary. Mr. Hulley is the

uvuuucuMi xcicgiaucia uuiuu i president 01 oteison universiiy, anu

America were ordered out on strike tho well posted and much interested
immediately last night by S. J. Konen- in public affairs, is nothing like a
kamp, president of the union, follow- politician. He was fairly pushed into

ing issuance 01 rostmaster uenerai the senatorial race by the element in
T 1 t J J j 1 I ...

jDuneson s oraer reiurnmg xne wire 1 his county that recognized tne 1m 1m-companies
companies 1m-companies to private control. So far,r,erative demand for statesmen in

the strike has not affected this terri-pablic affairs, and many men of sim

tory. I ilar views in the state have urged

upon him the desirability of his being

W. A. McRae, commissioner of ag-a candidate for a higher office. We

riculture, was exonerated of any don't know whether Mr. Hulley could

wrong doing or failure to diligently! be elected or not, but we are sure

perform his duties in a report of a I that if he is he will make the state

special investie-atmer committee of the! the best governor it has had since

House of Representatives of which I Broward.

Representative M. L. Dawson of Her

nando county, is chairman. The num- Ex-army or Marine Corps men who

erous charges filed against Mr. Mc-1 re-enlist within four months and
Rae by the state chemist, R. E. Rose, want it will be given one month's

are generally held to be unfounded. I leave and their pay goes on while on

this leave. These men may also enlist

Altho' the equal suffrage amend-1 as apprentice seamen and be advanced

ment passed the House and Senate, itjto the rating of seamen second class

will be over two years .before it can immediately before leaving tne re re-go
go re-go into operation,1 presuming that the cruiting station. Or they may enlist
requisite number of state legislatures in a first enlistment rating and .be

iavor it. In twenty-two states, the! transferred directly to a receiving

legislatures do not meet until 1921,1 ship for outfitting and will be placed

even supposing they ratify the I in geenral detail. This will be a great

amendment. It is probable that the advantage in that they will not have
women would have obtained the right to undergo training at a training sta sta-to
to sta-to vote in the regular way marked tion, because they have already had

out by the constitution as sson as by I the preliminary military training.

taking the unconstitutional short cut.

The House at Tallahassee has gone

Gov. Catts, has reappointed E. L.on record as favoring a state owned

Wartmanmjof Citra, on the board of and operated plant for the manufac-

control and named John B. Sutton of ture of hog cholera serum. Very likely
Tampa, in place of T. B. King of Ar- the House deemed its action worthy,
cadia. Both appointments take effect but some people will ask why not also
June 30. Sutton is a young Tampa provide for the manufacture by the

state of all other things commonly

used by the people of the state? The
door once opened may lead the way to

a whole lot of trouble, of which the
present supply is abundant. Times-

Union.

The door is already open and the

paternalists are tearing down the

walls.

FOR SALE Cedar posts, seven feet
long. Apply to J. J. Reaves, North
Ocala. 2-6t

JUST RECEIVED A 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

AUTO REPAIR SERVICE For

quick and reliable automobile service
come to the Florida House Garage. J.

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

WANTED Your repair work 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

SEI1D YOUR BOY
10 CAMP SAPPHIR

Camp Sapphire, located near Bre Brevard,
vard, Brevard, 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 unoer men of experience will
do your boy good. All Florida boys
will leafe Jacksonville July 1 accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Prof. D. Meade Bernard,
Rev. J. G. Venable of 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 E. 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.

FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EM BALM ERS
AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
No charge for delivery of caskets anywhere day or night,
WILBUR SMITH, SAM IL PYLES JR-,
Li censed Embalm ers
Office Phone 10 Night Phones 225 or 423

Schedule of

ComiortableBus Will Until Further Notice
Run Between Ocala and Silver Springs on
Sundays and Thursdays on the following
Schedule, Leaving Ocala from Court House.

Lv.

1:30
3:30
5:30
7:30
9:30

Thursday's Schedule
Ocala Lv. Silver Spgs,

P.
P.
P.
P.
P.

Ml.
31..
M..
M..

2:00 P. M.
4:00 P. M.
7:00 P. M.
8:06 P. M.

M.. 10:00 P. M.

Sunday's Schedule
Lv. Ocala Lv. Silver Spgs.

9:00
1:30
3:30
5:30
9:30

A. M..
P. 31..
P. 31..
P. 31..

2:00 P. M.
4:00 P. M.
7:00 P. BL
8:00 P. BL

P. 31 10:00 P. BI.

Ecfl. CaFinmiciael9 Proprietor

V STANDS FOR VALUE

jet us vulcanize your old, worn,

blown-out tires and add greatly to

their value and their length of serv service.
ice. service. Thrift is the national watchword

and today thrift in auto and cycle

tires is essential. Vulcanizing is as

.valuable to used tires as repairing is

to used shoes.

Some of our contemporaries seem

to think that because the honor sys

tem has replaced the guards at the
state prison farm, that the convicts

there have, an easy time of it. If some

of the said contemporaries will send

reporters to the farm and have them
try to keep up with the convicts thru

a day's work, they will change their

minds. The men have plenty of work
to do, and it is mighty hard work to

those who are not used to it. Some
old or crippled prisoners have easy

jobs, but we dont think the people

would have them treated otherwise.

We see no reason why a man who

says the government of the United
States should be upset should not be

shot dead in his tracks. He is as

much an enemy as a German soldier

Jfj, tmlB&m.- u L-JULJ ;
3 DoJn2 to Go!
ilpy The Golfer knows how much better you vll
jfar Jl ke game" when you drink J
T "InalottUThn)uhattraWm p
Upgpl After a close game on a hot day JCjfcjg
hT3 N&.Y a frosty ice-chilled bottle ro ivf
1. freshes and satisfies. fl

PHONE 78
Oklawaha Avev

Ocala, Fla. I was, and a much less honorable one.



OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1919

flCALfl OCCURRENCES

If you have any society items,
please phone One-Two-One (121).
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Ponder leave
today for a two weeks' visit in Geor Georgia.
gia. Georgia. rrnrrn

WI

Until Saturday Night June 7th.

Peanut Butter (Reddick) eight pound Of) AA
bucket
Peanut Butter (Reddick) in bulk, per
pound 0"
Baker's Cocoa, half pound
package mMf3
Baker's Cocoa, two half-pound A g
packages M.fJ
Mason Fruit Jars, quarts, per Q)fi
dozen iO
Mason Fruit Jars, pints, per RR
dozen 00
Mason Fruit Jars, half -gallon, 9R
per dozen JLi&
One pound box Kingan's Sliced C
Bacon Vef

A number of other items are also on the
Special List, Come and See the Prices
Offered. It will Save You Money,

II. 1. WMIT1TOCT(1

(Atkinson's Place)
Corner Orange Avenue and 8th Street

Ocala

Florida

AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING
Our facilities for repairing all
makes of automobiles are complete.
Whether your car is in need of a gen general
eral general overhauling or only minor re repairing
pairing repairing we can do it at a very reason reasonable
able reasonable price ,and we guarantee satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction in every instance. We thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly wash up your car free after
making repairs.

BOIMER'S GARAGE

Ft. King Ave. and S. Magnolia St.
Phone 117, Ocala, Fla.

Blow Is The Time To

elp 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 your neighbor as you want us to
serve you.
We know jou will help us thank you.
Ocala Ice & PacMimgj C0.

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01

Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Johnson are en enjoying
joying enjoying a week's camping trip at Lake
Weir.

After almost two weeks of illness,
Miss Ruth Ervin is able to resume her
place in County Clerk Nugent's office.

Mrs. Dudley Spain, who has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
R. Whaley, left today for her home in
Georgia.

Fancy Peaches 50 cents per basket
at W. A. Stroud's. 5-3t

Miss Eloise Henry, who has beet
atending the Woman's College at Tal Tallahassee,
lahassee, Tallahassee, returned home yesterday
afternoon.

Lieut. Col. Townes of the regular
army has been in the city for the last
two days, establishing a recruiting
office for the army.
The name of Miss Louise Booe, a
subscriber to the Salvation Army
fund, was unintentionally left out of
the printed list.
Try SKID-DO-SKEETER once. It
runs them celan out of the house.- Sold

enly by the Anti-Monopoly Drug

Stone. Phone 123. 28-6t

THE
CBIEWdDLET EEGEf 2
The Chevrolet Eight Is an'unusual car at the price and has al already
ready already taken its place among cars ol much higher prices. The four
cardinal principles upon which the Chevrolet Eight is constructed
places it easily above many other eight cylinder cars MECHANI MECHANICAL
CAL MECHANICAL DEPENDABILITY, ACCESSIBILITY EXTERIOR APPEARANCE
and RIDING QUALITIES.
Price, Delivered Oeala fK 00
With War Tax Paid oVo

The Chevrolet
Baby Grand
Gives you travel independence
with economy and constant comfort.
It has set a new standard in me mechanical
chanical mechanical effciency and body beauty.

Price, Delivered Ocala
With War Tax Paid

$1175

The Chevrolet
490 Model
Fills every need when it comes
to saving time and energy, whether
on the farm or in town. It is an eco eco-nomical
nomical eco-nomical investment.
Price, Delivered Ocala CJfiCA
With War Tax Paid 3)03U

All Chevrolet models are economically operated. Let us send
our demonstrator to your place ivith the model your needs require.
It's a real pleasure to show you the Chevrolet.

Miss Ava Lee Edwards returned
home yesterday afternoon from Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, where she has been attending
the Woman's College.
We close Thursday afternoons dur during
ing during the summer months. Marion
Hardware Co.

Miss Dorothy Schreiber, who has
been a student at the Woman's Col College
lege College at Tallahassee, arrived home
yesterday afternoon.
Another shipment of the famous
Alma Zada Face Powre in at Gerig's
Drug Store. 28-tf

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp and family
left today for Asheville to spend the
summer. Mr. and Mrs. Camp made
the trip in their roadster, while Jack

Camp Jr. drove the large car.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Walters are an

ticipating a delightful visit to their
old home in Montezuma, Ga. They ex

pect to leave the latter part of next

week.

Another of our Company A boys is
home Perry Coulson, who went away

with the company, but was transfer transfer-ed
ed transfer-ed to the 107th Supply Train, and
served with it in France.

Let me install a Delco System at
your country home. L. A. Gabel,
dealer, Ocala, Fla. 27-6t
Messrs. R. A. Falany and J. C
Williams are among the prominent
visitors in the city today. Mr. Falany
conducts an extensive wholesale fish
and oyster business in Crystal River.
Mrs. W. O. Massey and her sister,
Miss Phillips expect to leave in a few
days for Talladega, Ala. Mrs. Mas Massey
sey Massey will visit her daughter, Mrs. Clar Clar-idy
idy Clar-idy and Miss Phillips will return to
her own home.

Leighton & Shaw, cleaning and
pressing. Ladies work a specialty.
Phone 410. No. 306 N. Magnolia. 2 3t
Rev. J. R. Herndon, pastor of the
Ocala Presbyterian church, has ac accepted
cepted accepted a call from the Waughtown
Presbyterian church of Winston Winston-Salem,
Salem, Winston-Salem, N. C, and with his family will
leave Ocala about August 1. Ocala will
suffer a loss when Mr. Herndon and
his excellent family leaves it. Mr.
Herndon is a minister and a citizen of
merit, and has proven a power for
good since he has been with us. He
has been active and efficient in pat patriotic
riotic patriotic work, and not only his congre congregation
gation congregation but the entire city will miss

him, his wife and daughters.. He goes

to a new and vigorous church, and we
congratulate it on securing his services.

We wish to announce that Hood,
Fisk and Swinhart Tires have been re reduced
duced reduced In price approximately

T JEW

PAWIIS "THE TIRE MAN

I!

"EVERSHARP," THE PERFECT
POINTED PENCIL. Sold by THE
COURT PHARMACY. 2-6t

OCALA IMM WW GAKAGE

Ocala
Florida

RECOMMENDED BY UNCLE
SAM FOR MALARIA

Quinine, One of the Three Ingredients
of the Famous Malaria Medicine,
Dr. Williams No. 101 Tonic
The United States Public Health
Service at Washington recommends
quinine for malaria, to which every
reputable physician agrees. This is
one of he ingredients in the popular
malaria medicine, Dr. Williams' No.
101 Tonic, which is prescribed by
quite a number of prominent physic physicians
ians physicians thruout the malarial belt. They
say they get better results from it
with their patients than if they pre prescribed
scribed prescribed straight quinine. Dr. Will Williams'
iams' Williams' No. 101 Tonic not only contains
quinine, which kills the malarial
germ, but also iron, which is a splen.
did tonic and increases the appetite.
The third ingredient is magnesia,
which regulates the bowels. Dr. Will Williams'
iams' Williams' No. 101 -Tonic is therefore a
well balanced, efficient remedv. Trv

a bottle. Your druggist can supply

you. Auv.

Tomatoes $ cents a pound at W. A.
Stroud's. 5-3t
We close Thursday afternoons dur during
ing during the summer months. Marion
Hardware Co.

GENERAL
INSURANCE
Including
Automobile,
Accident,
Casualty,
Health
Bonds,
Fire and
lite )
L T. IZLAR, GARY BLOCK
Ocala, Florida

Ocala was well represented at the
dance which was held at the Civic
League club house in Belleview last
night. Needham's orchestra furnish furnished
ed furnished the music, and punch was served
during the evening. Among those
who went from Ocala were Misses El Ellen
len Ellen Stripling, Callie Gissendaner,
Grace Palmer, Loureen Spencer, Alice
Bullock, Virginia Beckham, Sidney
Perry, Marian Dewey, Helen Brown,
Elizabeth Davis, Caroline Harriss,
Eloise Henry, Messrs. Welsh Dewey,
Sybald Wilson, Robert Blake, Fred Frederick
erick Frederick Hocker, Frank Butler, H. H.
Borland, Mack Taylor, Lynn Sanders,
Holmes Walters, Albert Harriss, Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Christie, Wellie Meffert and
Capt. J. D. Brown, besides several
ethers who went just to look on.
Eastman Kodaks and Films to be
had in Ocala only at Gerig's Drug
Store. 28-tf

Peace
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
you.
Monroe & Oiambliss
National Bank
Ocala - Florida

Ep8' MM
Uqb Si ditq 111

Think of it $5 for 50
words $5 in Gold! And
so easy for any boy any girl
This Is All
You C3ae to
Ask your mother why she
thinks Calumet Baking Powder is the
best Baking Powder she ever used.
Mother knows why Calumet is better
if she has ever used it and she can
tell you. Then when she tells you,
just write in 50 words or less the
reason Why mother likes Calumet
best." Sign your name and address,
and mail to us. That's all
The boy or girl who sends in
the best answer in 50 or less words
why mother likes Calumet best,
will receive a $5 Cash Prize.
The nly "KuSes"
Bvq Thos
Only boys and girls in or "under" the
8th grade in any school are allowed to enter
the contest Your answer must not have
more than 50 words.
Contest closes June 16th. Your answer must
be in our office on or before that date.
ALA STAG
OCALA FLORIDA

WHIM MOTEL
Jacksonville, Florida.

In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each rooxx, Dining room service is
second to ncae.
RATES From $1-50 per day per person to 16.

ROBERT M. EIEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH,
Proprietor.



OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1919

GOFF-RAYSOR
WILL CLOSE THURSDAYS

T fie Piftld

We wish to take this opportunity
to sincerely thank you for the very
generous patronage you have given
us while located in the Florida
House Garage and in order to ren render
der render better and quicker service we
have purchased an interest with
Mr. H. C. Jones in the Gates Garage.
We will do our utmost to merit
your business and confidence and
will appreciate a continuance of
your patronage.
Jesse C Lanier

" c. WlIlllaiiis.

AB the IEAOTER
LIQU I DS crric PASTES : For BJack.White Jaxtand
Ox-Blood (dark brown) Shoes

KEEP YOUR SHOES

NEAT

NEAT T
3.F.F.DALLET COflPORATlQNS UP. BUFFAUYM.Y. V"

LATEST LOCALS

Miss Minnie Tremere of Belleview
was a welcome visitor to the Star of office
fice office today.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Garnett of In Inverness,
verness, Inverness, who have been spending a
few days in Ocala, returned home to today.
day. today. Mrs. George Rentz materially help helped
ed helped a good cause by the contribution
of two dozen nice books to the indus industrial
trial industrial school library.
Mrs. H. C. Packham expects to
leave tomorow for Winter Park to at attend
tend attend the W. C. T. U. encampment be being
ing being held at Rollins College.
, Miss Rose Wolf, who is enjoying a
visit with her taunt, Mrs. Pauline
Meis, at Enid, Okla., writes that it is
refreshingly cool out there.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Thompson
left this morning in their Ford for
Philadelphia and Atlantic City, where
they will spend the summer.
Mrs. R. F. Proctor, who has been
teaching a very successful place in the
Lake Butler high school, returned to
her home near Ocala Friday. Brad Bradford
ford Bradford County Telegraph.
Dr. and Mrs. Carl Weihe and Mrs.
F. G. B. Weihe are expected home this
afternoon from Tampa, where Dr.
Weihe went to attend the Florida Op Op-tometric
tometric Op-tometric Association, which convened
in that city three days this week.
The regular meeting of the King's
Daughters was held at the residence
.of Mrs. C.S L. Bittinger yesterday
morning. The regular routine busi business
ness business of the order was transacted, and
bills ordered paid, preparatory to
suspension of meetings during the
summer, although any serious cases
will be taken care of by a committee
appointed for that purpose. The meet meeting
ing meeting adjourned until the first Tuesday
in October.

DILG. A. EL EDMISTON
Veterinary Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phone 501. Office Phone 123
Ocala, Florida.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con

tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other

contractor In tb city.

Just in, Lord Baltimore Paper in all
colors, 60 cents the box at Gerig's

Drug Store. 28-tf

Mr. L. M. Raysor of Lowell an

nounces the marriage of his daughter

Lola, to Lieut. Walter S. Goff. The

wedding took place in Washington on

Monday, at 5 p. m.,'and immediately

after the happy couple proceeded to

Rutherford, N. J., where they will
make their home.

Lieut. Goff received his discharge

fiom the army on June 1st and will
gc back to his former vocation, chem chemistry,
istry, chemistry, having made quite a success in
that line before he volunteered his

services for his country.

Mrs. Goff as Miss Raysor was

formerly one of Ocala's most popu popular
lar popular and attractive young women and
for the past ten months showed her
patriotism by going to Washington,
where she has been engaged in gov government
ernment government work. The announcement of
her marriage will be received with a

great deal of interest as she as well
as her family are well known and
prominent throughout the state.

NEW CITY DIRECTORY

We will close our shop on Thursday
afternoons except to sell gasoline and
oil. 5-tf Bouvier's Garage.

Pittin? eves

with classes.

4 hIv without usine

y Optometrist's
'SE&iSty specialty.
' -J.VN ocala. Fla.

Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALM ERS
PHONES 47. lt. 30S
OCALA, FLORIDA

Let Us
WASH YOUR AUTOMOBILE
Small Cars, up to live passenger, Wash Washed
ed Washed and Polished 51.00
Large Cars Washed and Polished. 1.50

B. F. CONDON

Next to the Fire Station
Ocala, Florida

We close Thursday afternoons dur during
ing during the summer months. Marion
Hardware Co.

No appetite? Then take a bottle of
PEPTONA. Only one dollar at Gerig's
Drug Store. 28-tf

R. L. Polk & Co., directory pub

lishers, are beginning a canvass of

the city for a new edition. The last
was published in 1914 and showed a
population of 6048. On account of war
conditions this work has been sus suspended
pended suspended until the' city is in need of a

revised directory. Ocala should and
probably will have a new directory
every two years if the business peo people
ple people will give it the proper support. In
a city of this size it is generally con

sidered an absolute necessity which

can only be had by co-operation on the
part of the people with the publish publishers.
ers. publishers. A personal call will be made at

every place of business and every
residence in the city and suburbs in
order to secure the necessary data.
The full name and occupation of eve every
ry every one over 16 years of age, is desir desired,
ed, desired, and assistance in obtaining this
information will be highly appreciated.

ill

We close Thursday afternoons dur during
ing during the summer months. Marion
Hardware Co.

W. E. Lane, BI. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf

FOR RENT Spend the hot summer
months on a beautiful lake in an or orange
ange orange grove. Completely furjiished cot cottages
tages cottages located on an elevation over overlooking
looking overlooking Lake Weir; boating, fishing,
bathing of the best fine breeze;
rates moderate. J. H. Jacoby, Weirs Weirs-dale,
dale, Weirs-dale, Fla. 6-6t

RAIL

ROAD

SCHEDULES

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

Leave
2:50 am.

1:56 pra.
4:07 prn.
2:50 a-m
s

3:21 pro.

S

1

Arrive
2:50 am.

3:06 pm.
5:10 p. no
2:50 am.

J'ckaonvIlle-NewToTk
Jacksonville

Jacksonville
Tampa
Manatee
St. Petersburg

Tampa-Manatee 1:41 pm.

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

ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD

Leave Arrive
2:12 pm J'oksonTllle-New York 2:15 am.
1:45 pm. J'ksoTivllle-G'lnesvIlle 3:35 pm.
:42 am. J'ksonvllle-a'nesTllle 10:15 pm.
2:15 am. St. Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am.
3:35 pm St. Pefsburg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wllcox
7:40 am. Du'nellon-L.'keland 11:03 pm.
5:25 pm. Homosassa 1:35 pm,
10:13 pm. Leeabursr C :42 am,
4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am.
Monday, Wednesday. Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.

HDn

We have purchased the Grocery. Store of T.
Monsour on South Main Street opposite the
Harrington Hall Hotel and, will continue to
carry a complete line of Staple and Fancy
Groceries, also all kinds of Fruit and vege vegetables
tables vegetables in season. We solicit a continuance
of the trade of the patrons of this establish establish-ment
ment establish-ment in particular and the public in general.
Respectfully

JHEASM OQo

Main Street

Opposite Harrington Mall

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If you are not, you are missiug one of the best things in life. Nothing in all this world can
give so much enduring pleasure as good music in the home. And nothing we know brings to
the home so much good music at so moderate a cost as the

(CO

and Records

r
Come to our store and let us prove that statement to you. Let us play you some of the
latest Columbia Records on the newest Grafonola models. Then let us explain to you our con convenient
venient convenient purchase plan that makes it so easy for you to have good music in your home.

We just received a large shipment of Grafono Grafono-las
las Grafono-las in all latest styles. Prices $20.00 to $250.00.

Columbia records can be played on any Phono Phonograph.
graph. Phonograph. Our record stock is complete.

CALL AND HEAR THEM.

We Sell (Grafionolas in tffine Easy Payeneiiitf Plana

Why Pay More
Ocala, Florida

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TTTYRiT A TT UWby Pay Mo
.JilUiiriil J Ocala, Florida

YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE IF IT IS GOOD ELSEWHERE



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