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OGALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1919,
VOL. 26, NO. 176
BOARD OF TRADE SUGAR GROWING
BIGGEST OF ALL
FOR A SCRAP
STATES IN SHE
The Problem of Hotel Facilities to
Care for the Crowds Coming Into
the State Will be Discussed
The Board of Trade meets in regu-
lar session tonight at 8 o'clock,
Among the matters to be discussed is
the problem of providing hotel facili-
ties for the crowds that will flow into
Florida during the coming winter,
All evidence points to a greater influx
of tourists and homeseekers than ever
before. The railroads are preparing
to put on additional trains. Is Ocala
prepared to take care of her share of
these visitors? Is she prepared to
compete with the hotel facilities else-
vhere in the state? There will be a
discussion of thee questions tonight.
An invitation has been extended to
the hotel men of the city to be pres-
ent at tonight's meeting, with a view
to getting their opinions, in order
that a plan -for caring for visitors
may be worked out.
Florida will receive a greater
amount of advertising this winter
than ever before. Will Ocala reap the
results of this, and of the advertising
that she herself has done in the past?
CLARK WORKS FOR THE CANAL
(Special to the Times-Union) I
Washington, July 23. Congress- The following figures are given by
man Frank Clark today requested the A. D. Stevens of Jacksonville, as con con-House
House con-House committee on railroads and servative:
canals to giv immediate considera- One acre of cane average good crop
tion to its resolution just introduced 25 tons.
for a survey for a canal across the One tonof cane, average mateurity
state of Florida, connecting the At- 25 gallons syrup.
lantic ocean with the Gulf of Mexico. One gallon syrup makes ten 18-oz.
- This resolution is as follows: cans.
"That the secretary of war be au- One 18-oz. can compound mixture
thorized and directed to, at the ear- retails at 16 cents,
liest practicable date, cause to be One 18-oz. can pure Florida cane cane-made
made cane-made a survey for a canal across the syrup retails at 25 cents,
state of Florida, connecting the At- One acre yields 6250 18-oz. cans,
lantic ocean and the Gulf of Mexico; One acre yields $1562.50.
that in the making of such survey the Two hundred acres yield $325,000.
secretarv shall use the St. Johns river At the last meeting of the Board
from its mouth to where the Okla-
waha river empties into the St. Johns
river: thence uo the Oklawaha river
to Silver Snrinsrs: thence bv the near-1
e3t and most practical route to the I
Withlacoochee river at or near the I
citv of Dunnellon. and thence down
the Withlacoochee river to the Gulf of
Mexico, provided that in addition to
the route mentioned the secretary of
war mav make other survevs of other
routes should the same appear to be
feasible. The secretary of war shall
make report to Congress of the sur-
vey herein specifically required, to- placed on tne mantel wun great suc suc-gether
gether suc-gether with an estimate of the cost of cess. Florida syrup, is the finest in
construction of a canal over such I
route capable of accommodating ves vessels
sels vessels drawing at least fifteen feet of
water, and also make report of such
other surveys as may be made here-
Having decided to discontinue ourlSparr and Dunnellon nines. The game
line of men's and boy's dress shoes,
and only keep service shoes in these
lines hereafter in order to specialize
more on ladies' and children's shoes,
we will close out all 16w shoes in these
lines at real bargains. "Come and
see." Little's Shoe Parlor. 19-6t
In our supply depart department
ment department we carry a large
line of accessories for
automobiles. A c om om-plete
plete om-plete line of Tools, Tubes,
Spark Plugs, Etc.
Service Station for Moon,
Chalmers, Maxwell and
Open 6 a. m. to 12 p. m.
(The A. A. A. Garage)
Corner Fort King and
elver & Maclay
UNDERTAKERS and EKIDALLIERS
PHONES 47. 14. Ifl
Campaign Has Been Started to
Make This State a Great
Producer of Cane
A campaign has begun for the pur
pose of making Florida a great sugar
producing state, with a view to meet-
ing the world shortage, and Marion
county is pointed out as one of the
sections of Florida in which sugar
cane can be produced successfully,
Central mills for the handling of the
cane are being advocated. Is Marion
county destined to become a great
sugar county? Will outside capital
come in and take the field, or will our
own planters and business men see
the opportunity and grasp it?
The first issue of a monthly maga-
zine of 24 pages, devoted entirely to
the promotion of the sugar industry in
Florida has just issued from the
press. It is the "Florida Planter," of-
ficial. organ of the All-American Sugar
League, and is being published at
"The present world sugar short-
age," says the Florida Planter, "is
about five million tons, and it appears
to us that Florida, possessing all the
necessary advantages, must by force
of economic circumstances, brought
about by the world war, become a
great sugar producing state."
of Trade, Mr. H. Blackburn, county
agent, advocated the establishment of
community mills in Marion county.
For years business men in Ocala have
been advocating the development of
the sugar cane industry in this coun
ty. Has not the time arrived for ac-
tion? The matter will be brought be
fore the Board of Trade tonight. Here
is. an industry that can get its raw
material at its doors, and that should
be able to find a ready market for
the finished product. Syrup of a very
inferior quality and flavor is being
1 .1 1 A 1 1. J
BASEBALL NEXT .THURSDAY
The Star is informed that there will
be a ball game at Hunter Park next
Thursday afternoon, between the
will be called at 4 p. m. It will seem
like old times to have a ball game once
more. Both Dunnellon and Span
have good players and the game will
be a live one.
Blitchton, July 24. Misses Opal
and Oda Blitch spent the week-end
with Miss Mabel Beck at Cottage
Mrs. Nettie Durden and children
are visiting relatives at Newberry.
Mr. Rudolph Reeves of Evinston re
turned home Monday, accompanied by
Mr. James Sanders.
Miss Lula Sanders of Jacksonville,
is exnected here Sunday to visit her
parents, Sir. and Mrs O. S. Sanders
for a few days.
Mr. J. W. Coulter visited Ocala
Messrs. Landis and Loonis Blitch
joined a party of friends at Blue
Springs for the week-end.
Mrs. M. L. Ferguson and two sons,
Clarence and Fred, of Tampa, are
guests of Mrs. Minnie Hammons and
Miss Rowena Hammons.
Mr. and Mrs. Fant are spending a
few days at Irvine before joining a
house party at Magnesia Springs.
Mr. Goree Blitch has landed at
Newport News, Va., from France, and
his friends are hoping to have him
Little Leon Fant is ill with influ
One of our farmers is showing corn
stalks 13 feet and six inches tall with
large ears on them.
Dr. and Mrs. S.. H. Blitch and Mr.
Landis Blitch visited the county seat
We have bean seed for fall plant-
j ing; Wadwell Kidney Wax at $10 per
bushel; green beans at $9 per bushel.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
Ladies, use Nailoid Cuticle pack packages,
ages, packages, and keep your nails in good
shape. Sold only at Gerig's Drug Store
at 25 cents the package. ti
Nothing Worse than Isolated Out Outbreaks
breaks Outbreaks Took Place Last
Washington, July 24. Although
there were reports of isolated out outbreaks
breaks outbreaks by negroes, including firing
into a street car, last night passed
without a serious renewal of the race
rioting which has terrorized Jthe na national
tional national capital since Saturday. The
presence of two thousand armed sol sol-dfers
dfers sol-dfers and co-operation generally by
the police with the request of city au authorities
thorities authorities that street traffic be held to
the minimum, resulted in quieting the
situation, and both military and city
officers expressed the belief that there
would be no more serious trouble.
IT'S MAJOR ANDERSON
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Anderson have
received the good news that their son,
Robert L. Anderson, after long and
efficient service, in France, is again in
America, having landed in New York
early in the week.
They also have the gratifying intel intelligent
ligent intelligent that their son, who was an
undrilled civilian three years ago, and
who entered the army as a second
lieutenant from a training camp, is
now a major, having worked and
fought his way thru three grades.
Major Anderson's present plans
are unknown, but it is certain that he
will be home in a few days. There
will be a great welcome in Ocala for
this brave young man.
IT'S MORE LIKELY TO
DROWN THAN INTOXICATE
New York, July 24. Beer of two
and three-quarters alcoholic content
is held to be intoxicating within the
meaning of the war-time prohibition
act by Federal Judge Chatfield of
Brooklyn. The decision was made
a test case.
LASTED TOO LONG
Mount Clemens, July 24. In all
probability the long hearing of Henry
Ford's libel suit against the Chicago
Daily Tribune will reach the jury late
next week. It began May 12th.
Burbank, July 24. Mrs. V.' H. Tur
ner and son, Raymond, left last week
for Jacksonville, where they will visit
Mrs. Turner's daughter, Mrs. C. B.
Brand. From there they will go to
Macon and Atlanta, where they will
spend the remainder of the summer I
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. L. Graham and
Mr. and Mrs. Bartow Walker spent
Sundav in Ocala. v
Miss Alice Goodintr McKim, who
has been visiting her sister. Mrs. H.
I. Turner for several weeks, returned
to her home in Sanford yesterday.
t.t ot,1 i.f Rnrtnw Walker were
in Ocala Wednesday.
Mr. F. M. Chaffee and Mr. and Mrs.
TT T Tumor TYinf nrorl tn T .ppshnrc
Snnrlav. On their return thev visited
Ocala and Silver Springs.
Mrs. F. M. Chaffee and Miss Ruth
Chaffee returned Tuesday from a very
pleasant vacation spent at Daytona
The firt vPr
nf mnn mnr
for the 1 t
Surh n recnit
your vision is defective.
DR. K. J. WEI HE,
Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
lished as information and not guar-
Tho fniinwino' rnenn e npurea dud
i KflRTPrn rsrjmnarn iimei
m w a X
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-New York 2:10 am
4 :ol Sm Jacksonville' 4:25
2:15 am Tampa-Manatee-
t- t a w m -r k mm r r
l-Sftnm Tamnq.MnnatPP 1:15 om
4:25 pm Tampa-st Petersburg: 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 om J'ckaonvllle-Nevr York 3:15 jn.
i:45pm. J'ksonvnie-G'i&esviiie 3:35 pm.
: m l'r:ulV:lexve this week.
7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wilcox
7.40 am. Du'nell m-L'keland 11:03 pm.
5:2a pm. Ho:nosassa 1:35 pm.
10:13 pm. Leesburg S:42 va I
iiondav. Wfrdnesdav. Pridir.
TuaMday. Thursda y. Saturday.
Crack Ocean Liners that in a Few
Days Can be Transformed Into
Washington, July 24 Two gigantic
ocean liners, larger than any ship
now afloat and designed to' cross the
Atlantic in four days, are to be built
by the shipping board. They will be
one thousand feet lond and of thirty
knot speed. They will be equipped for
use as commerce destroyers in the
event of war.
TWIN SEA TERRORS
The crews will number one thou thousand
sand thousand officers and men and the ships
will be of the oil burning type with a
cruising radius of 7000 miles. They
will be driven by four propellers of
SWINGING THE CIRCLE
Washington, July 24. An army
bombing plane carrying a crew of five
left Boiling aviation field here at ten
o'clock this morning on the first leg
of a flight of nearly 8000 miles
around the rim of the country. The
flight is the longest ever attempted
by the army air service and it will
carry the machine through thirty-one
states and cover long stretches of the
Atlantic, Pacific and gulf coasts, as
well as the Canadian border. Augusta,
Maine, is the first scheduled stop.
Washington, July 24.-The Senate
late yesterday passed the $34,000,000
agricultural appropriation bill which
recently was vetoed by President
Wilson because of the rider for the
repeal of the daylight saving law. No
.i vL a- 0ja
qo;o;: "'""conference, and the form the honor is
in tne senate. take .g fc discussed in court
TREATED 'EM ROUGH
that American soldiers
still held in prison camps near Paris
suffered brutalities for which several
minor officers were convicted in court
martial proceedings, was
from General March, chief of staff, by
a special House war investigation
The prisoners, as far as the records
show, were held because of absence
without leave last year from their
military units ana a cablegram irom jmy trou wyuu for many years, win be shown at
General Pershing sent three days ago nice lunch afterwards. the Temple theater this evening. It is
from Paris declared "that some of Mr. Bennie Shedd, who has been ia ey reSpect a remarkable photo photo-the
the photo-the men were among the hardest citi- overseas for some months, returned . -which the eamut of the hu-
zens in the American Expeditionary
Today, 24th; Pauline Frederick
Friday, 25th: Geraldine Farrar in
"Shadows." Hearst News.
Saturday, 26th: "A Woman's Ex
perience." "Are Married Policemen
Monday, 28th: Bessie Barriscale in
"Hearts Asleep." L-Ko. Comedy.
Tuesday, 29th: Constance Talmagepir. ana jurs..s. onmn.
in "Veiled Adventure" Hearst Mews.
I - .
Wednesday: 30th: Tom Mix in "The
Coming, of the Law." Mutt and Jeff.jana cnurcn ai me capwsi. wiurcu ouu-
I Thiirsdav- 31st: Charlotte Walker day.
in "Everv Mother's Son."
Citra. Julv 24. Mr. E. L. Wart-
mnnn has cone tn Atlanta to snend
wVi ilo there with i wife and darnrhterJ
The vmino' nennle enioved a snlash
nartv at Simmons' nond last Tuesdav
i r J r :
nie-ht. A most eniovable Dart of the
evening was the delirious fried chick
ioUn -andwirhes. niekles and coffee!
which the young men served the la-
Miss Kathrvn Wvckoff was hostess
nt a dartre iriven at the home of her
narents lr Thnrsdav nie-ht. Durincr
the evening ice cream and cake were
ATVa A lli arm Wflrtmann and infant
daughter returned today from the
Marion County Hosnital.
vMrs. J. W. Melton Ijaves this week
for Dawson, Ga., where she expects to
i j u
sueuu tiic real, oi wc buuiiuci.
M W;iuot Timmnn i visiting
E. Gale, has landed in the Unit-
1 II 1H r rm I1I1IMUI Ilr ill- V 111C. A Clilli I
Mr -Tnin Mnllpr has returned to
Miami after a pleasant visit with his
I erandnarents. Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Mrs. Borland and Mrs. DuPree and
children have crone to Pablo Beach for
"IB fCM Ol UJC 8UIUWW.
I Mrs. William Christian of Mcintosh
was a visitor her last week.
Mrs- Hampton of Fordyce, Ark., is
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Alii
son Wartmann. Mr. Hampton is also
I White, who has been so ill at tne
J Ocala Hospital, are glad to know that
I an! nnn he nt trnmo ntrnin.
I uei reaay your i an earaen. we
I have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf
Raid on Rumania to Keep Hungarian
Army from Becoming
Vienna, Wednesday, July 23.
Skirmishing continues between Ru Rumanians
manians Rumanians and Hungarians. The latter
have crossed the river Theise between
Tokai, 110 miles northeast of Buda Budapest
pest Budapest and Csongrad, 70 miles south
east of Budapest, the river being low.
The Hungarian soviet feels the neces necessity
sity necessity of keeping its army busy. For a
long time it hesitated at making an
attack, anticipating such action would
lead to a general counter offensive
against the soviet.
PLENTY OF BREAD IN PARIS
Paris, July 24. The food ministry
states it has not as yet had to con consider
sider consider the eventuality of again issuing
bread tickets. It says there is nothing
at present to justify the statement
that restrictions would again be im imposed.
posed. imposed. ALAND
Fans, July z4. lne isaitic com
mission of the peace conference pre
sented its report today, recommend
ing that the Aland Islands, between
Sweden and Finland, at the mouth of
the Gulf of Bothnia, be neutralized
under guarantee of the league of na-
LLOYD GEORGE DESERVES HIGH
London, July 24. King George is
bestW. an honorn Preer
u?orf.e m co
services in the war and at the peace
circles, says the Mirror.
Belleview, July 23. Mry Frank
Greenhantz, who has been in Uncle
Sam's service for nearly three years,
has just returned home from France
and is visiting Mr. and Mrs.; Pierce
and family this week.
Ti?e ?: T ,P H; v? a spIal partJ
at Smith lake Thursday evening. A
home nday and his many menus are
giving him a warm welcome.
The Ladies' Aid entertamed the
young folks with a "mum" social
day evening at the Methodist parson-
Mrs. tvans ot fruitiana rarK ana
daughter, Mrs. Marguerite Seymour
and children of Tampa were callers in
town a few days last week.
Mrs.' Crosby returned home Sunday
from a visit in Alabama.
Miss Hazel Smith spent from Sat-
Miss Hazel bmith spent from f-
urday till Monday with her parents,
1 Misses uessie aiae ixjiion anu au
I i i- l l ty J 1 t
nie eaamg auenaea ounaay u.
Rev. Rogers delivered two very in-
teresting sermons at the Baptist
Miss Bessie Mae Lofton of Charter
Oak spent the day Sunday with Miss
Rev. Lawhon moved his furniture
I . .r Tv
nere last weeK irom JHOUni JJOra.
Mr. Harmon Smith and Mr. Vernie
I , w i ?ti r
ADsnire leu .oionaay nigni iur uneia-
Iboro. N. C., where they nae woricr
rrank Gale, Hazel bmitn, James
I ... -r r t t
Meicung, lassie mae iiwn, rreemau
I names ana iiarjone werrui spwn
pleasant afternoon at Lake Weir &un
Mrs. Alattie Jones returned aion
day from a visit in Nitro, W. Va.,
wun ner son ana wue, air. anu iurs.
I Harry Jones
I 1 J I
ne young ioiks gave uennie aneaa!
i i t r i i-:
a surprise parxy jionuay uigiu at. u
pome. .Many games were piayea aim
i mm l x .m
nice refreshments were served, which
iwere murn eniovea dv ail. i
I We hear another of our boys, Ray-
ed States and is expected home soon.
His many iriends will be giaa to see
him home again.
Mrs. W. E. Harrell and daughter
Edith, left Saturday for Oak, where
they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Lucius and family a few days before
returning to their home in Jackson
Miss Hazel. Harrell went to Oak
Tuesday and will join her mother and
sister on their return to Jacksonville.
FEDERAL bread is the only com
petitor to mother's bread. 17-tf
TO ADVERTISERS Copy for dis
play ads. must be in this office on the
aay before they are intended for pub-
Ucation The Star- ti
Montana, Washington, Oregon and
Idaho Under a Pall from the
San Francisco, July 24. Much of
the Pacific northwest was under a
pall of smoke from grass, bush and
forest fires burning today in Montana,
Idaho, Washington and Oregon.
Lightning was responsible for a num number
ber number of new blazes reported and high
winds in many places overcame the
temporary advance brought by the
SLUGGER WILL TURN
TO THE SOIL
Topeka, Kans., July 24. Jess Wil-
lard, former heavyweight champion,
has purchased a farm of 700 acres
near Lawrence. It is understood the
price was $ 175,000, of which $100,000
was paid in cash.
UNDER THE SUN
Davies, "The Tire Man," is nothing
is not enterprising. His latest inno
vation is the rebuilding of auto tires.
He has installed a retreading ma machine
chine machine of the same design as those used
in the factories and when tires are
taken to him with the fabric in good
condition he makes them as good as
new, and while he can not stamp them
"made in Ocala," to all intends and
purposes that is what is being done.
He can make them with non-skid or
rib tread to suit the customer. He
uses the best of rubber to be bought
and the comparative expense is small,
thus giving auto owners practically
double service on tires. It is a great
innovation and will no doubt immed immediately
iately immediately become the popular thing to
have tires made over, which means a
big saving to owners.
- IN -FEDORA" TONIGHT
Pauline Frederick's new Paramount
photoplay, "Fedora," a picturization
vhich was the starring vehicle of
j garaj, Bernhardt and Fanny Daven-
i n emotions are and the
L.t:e rontnietion of whk i. un.
ri ... othe ever
MiM Frederick i, admirablv
. . Dlavers as Tere
Austin. Alfred Hickman. W. L.
The famous BUTTERNUT bread
is now being turned out in two size
oaves, 10 and 15 cents each. To be
';ni; 1 Tcarter's Bakery
f o"7 carters caKery.
LT. IZLAR, GARY BLOCK
U Tp(CQni V CjP1f
BEEF, PORK, MUTTON
Fresh Fish Every Tuesday
J. P. PawMns
Phone 519 VV. Broadway
Careful Estimates made on all Con
I tract work. Gives More and Better
j Work for the Money than any other
I contractor in the city.
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1919
flCALA EVEIIIIIG STAR
Pnbltahed Every Day Eirept Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
OF OCALA, FLA.
II. R, Carroll, PreIlent
P. V. Ieavenood, Secretary-Treaaurer
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Ertered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as
OnalaeM Offlee '. . .Fire-One
Editorial Department Two-Seven
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'running and the men employed, tho
they made no money, and probably
lost some. We have no doubt that
this is true we heard it alluded to
at the time by well-posted and disin-
! terested men. But we don't think this
! a good argument against arbitration.
It would come out, in the employers'
favor, before the arbitration board. It
is not reasonable in employers to ex expect
pect expect their employers to keep a busi business
ness business running at a loss, but it is not
reasonable for employers to refuse to
arbitrate unless they intend to shut
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Electros must be mounted, or charge
will be made for mounting.
Let's have that state democratic
convention, Mr. Raney.
We've just got to whip Mexico be-r
fore we quit and the sooner the bet better.
ter. better. Gainesville Sun.
It's no less than destiny.
An exchange says Jown at Atlantic
City they are talking about bare legs,
male and female, with refreshing
candor. When were were young, la ladies
dies ladies had no such things; they had
"limbs." Orlando Reporter-Star.
You and we were young about thir thirty
ty thirty years too soon.
We beg leave to inform that friend
of ours, who phoned us, the other day,
that her brother, just returned from
France, was in the th Civil Engi Engineers;
neers; Engineers; that there were no civil engi engineers
neers engineers in the army. The Germans con concur
cur concur in saying they were the most un uncivil
civil uncivil engineers they ever met.
The overwhelming majorities by
which prohibition measures are be being
ing being sustained in the House of Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives should be pretty good proof
that a large majority of the people of
the United States want the country
to be dry. If the liquor men were not
wilfully blind, they could see this.
Alderman Goldman made a very
sensible report to the council the
other night on the automobile ordi ordinance.
nance. ordinance. It will be with the auto as it
has been with every other innovation
when the people become entirely ac accustomed
customed accustomed to it, it will regulate itself.
In the meantime no foolproof ordi ordinance
nance ordinance can be passed.
A dispatch from Montgomery says
that a plan, whereby Alabama would
annex all that part of the state of
Florida west of the Apalachicola riv river,
er, river, including Pensacola, is being work worked
ed worked out by a number of leading citizens
of both states who are now in Mont Montgomery.
gomery. Montgomery. The said distinguished citi citizens
zens citizens have our entire approbation, and
if we can help them in any material
way, they have only to let us know.
Philip Shore, writing to the Tampa
Times, in favor of the operators of the
Polk county phosphate mines, and
against arbitration, ealls attention to
the fact that when the war broke out
and business in that line was about
dead,' the operators kept their mines
FOLKS WE ALL KNOW
- : mMm
Pity the Poor Reporter! After he
Gallops 'round town All Day running
down News the man who Never gives
him an Item growls, "Say, why didn't
you Mention me being out of Town
yesterday?" The poor Gazoopus must
think the Reporter is a Mind Reader
who gathers news by Mental Telepathy.
Editor Star: You are a member of
the Board of Trade, and I would like
very much to get your opinions con concerning
cerning concerning the organization and its ac activities.
tivities. activities. You have probably been thinking
of something that the board should
do, or should not do. What do you con consider
sider consider the most pressing need of the
city and county? What can we under undertake
take undertake that will benefit your business
most? How can the things that you
have in mind be best accomplished?
With the signing of peace, the
problems we face are so many, it
seems to me tjiat we can make a
fetart by finding out what the mem members
bers members of the Board of Trade have in
. It is not possible for me to have a
talk with every member of the organ organization.
ization. organization. So I hope that you will write
me your opinions. They will be much
Louis H. Chazal, Secretary.
first insist on those absolutely neces necessary.
sary. necessary. The most pressing need of the
county is better roads. The cost of
the extra gasoline, horse and mule mule-power,
power, mule-power, repairs to vehicles and lost
time caused by the condition of our
roads would do much more than pay
interest and establish a sinking fund
on a bond issue that would give the
entire county a system of highways
that it would be a comfort to ride on.
Respectfully, J. H. Benjamin.
GREAT EDITION OF
THE FLORIDA GROWER
Mr. Louis H. Chazal, Secretary Mar Marion
ion Marion County Board of Trade:
Dear Sir I think your letter is a
very timely, one and that you should
have full and free answers from all
members of the board.
What Ocala needs most, in the ab abstract,
stract, abstract, is a spirit of constructive crit criticism.
icism. criticism. Citizens and citizenesses should
be encouraged to express their ideas,
and when an idea is advanced it
should have consideration instead of
opposition. There is some good in al almost
most almost every idea. When anybody
makes a proposition, nobody should
say, "That won't do." All should say,
"Let's see if we can make it work."
If practical it could be put to work,
01 put on the list to use as soon as
possible. If impractical, kindly con consideration
sideration consideration would bring out its faults
almost as soon as bitter opposition
and without unpleasantness.
What Ocala needs most, in the con concrete,
crete, concrete, is a city manager, as provided
by the charter. Iii a spirit of penny penny-wise
wise penny-wise poundfoolishness and, with some
members, I fear, a disposition to dis discredit
credit discredit their predecessors, and possibly
also to thwart the mayor, the council
has evaded the charter by making the
superintendent of the light and water
plant manager. This gentleman has
all and more than he can do looking
after the plant, the wiring and piping piping-for
for piping-for electric current and water. Con Consequently,
sequently, Consequently, he can look after no de department
partment department but his own. Before the
membership of the council was reduc reduced
ed reduced from nine to five, it was not pos possible
sible possible for the aldermen to look after
the affairs of the city with harmony
and completeness. It is far less pos possible
sible possible now with only five aldermen, all
too busy with their own affairs to
pay entire attention to the city's busi business,
ness, business, and I am afraid with none too
much inclination with some of even
that small number. The consequence
is that the affairs of the town are car carried
ried carried on with about the same amount
of symmetry that a herd of cows
would show in grazing across a field.
The heads of the departments are
good men but "each doeth what seem-
eth right in his own eyes," with the
usual result from the days of Samuel
down to this. The city is in a very
shabby and rundown condition. The
sanitary condition is bad. There are
a lot of nooks and corners which are
dirty and may soon become plague
spots. The streets and sidewalks are
in worse condition than for years.
Some people can get trash carried
away promptly and some can't. Some
buildings are decidedly unsafe. Some
people with none too much money
have been compelled to make sewer
connections. Some with more money
haven't. Some of these faults are
due, of course, to the city's shortness
of funds. But most of them could be
corrected if not done away with by
competent and vigilant management.
There is good reason to believe that a
portion of the council is trying to kill
the present charter by not giving it a
chance. Such men are not good
sports. It is not right to expect a
man to, run a race with a ball and
chain on. This' system has also cost
the taxpayers heavily. Valuable
property has been destroyed or badly
managed because the council refused
to remove an incompetent employee
after his unfitness had been fully dem demonstrated.
onstrated. demonstrated. The Board of Trade should
demand that the aldermen live up to
their oath of office and obey the law
as laid down in the charter. Then, if
the charter will not work, the people
can demand that it be changed. It is
for them to decide.
You may think that this is a politi political
cal political question and outside the province
of the Board of Trade, but it is not.
It is an economic question, and there therefore
fore therefore strictly within the province' of
the board. We cannot have a com
fortable, clean and pretty town until
these matters are attended to.
There are a gieat many other
things Ocala needs, but from lack of
funds it is useless to dp more than
speculate about them now. We should
quit discussing ornamental things and
The midsummer edition of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Grower is a good 'un, and speaks
well for the staff having charge of
this publication. "The truth about
Florida" is the "big idea" of the mid midsummer
summer midsummer edition, which contains many
interesting facts about our summer
climate and the state's agricultural
Edgar A. Wright, editor and mana manager
ger manager of the Grower, should feel proud
of the edition. Russell Kay, advertis advertising
ing advertising manager, proves the value of
timely publicity and advertising.
Several of Florida's best writers
contributed to this number. The two
articles by Frank Whitman, one on
"The Truth About Florida's Sum Summer,"
mer," Summer," and the other on "Fighting the
Peerless Silver King." should be read
by every inhabitant of the state and
then sent to a friend in some other
section, where the climate is not so at attractive
tractive attractive as that of Florida.
"Landscape Gardening for the
Country Farm and Home," was con contributed
tributed contributed by William Gomme, and if
his suggestions were followed by the
rural population, the rural beauty of
the state would doubtless bring thou thousands
sands thousands of settlers to the "Land of Sunshine."
Russell Kay styled his essay "A
Sdmmer Summary," and while he
tells the old settlers many things
abut Florida's summer climate that
they have not verified not even a Cal Cal-ifornian
ifornian Cal-ifornian would dare trap himself by
challenging a single statement made
by "Little Jeff."
Prof. J. G. Grossbacher, the
Grower's expert on diagnosis of the
ravages of citrus diseases and pests,
chipped in with a helpful article on
"Grave Work for Mid and Late Sum Summer."
mer." Summer." "A Summer Here and There,"
by Frank Anderson; "Grape Growing
on Original Stock," by Charles W.
Lamb; "Summer Gardening in Flor Florida,"
ida," Florida," by J. R. Davis; "Summer Crops
for Florida," by C. K. McQuarrie; vet veterinary
erinary veterinary questions answered by Dr.
John Spencer; "The Land of Happi Happiness,"
ness," Happiness," by J. L. Pepper, and numerous
other articles will have their bearing
in bringing outsiders to the state. Al Almost
most Almost every phase of farm life in Flor Florida
ida Florida is given consideration with help helpful
ful helpful hints and suggestions. The edi edition
tion edition is a symbol of Florida progress.
Having looked over the said edition,
were were going to write something
similar to the foregoing, when the
Times came along and saved us the
It has been reported tnat Gov. Catts
and Tom Watson were to be invited to
speak at the coming Oxford picnic. It
is all right to invite Gov. Catts, but
we do not believe the loyal people of
Oxford, who sent so many brave boys
to the front, want to see or hear Tom
Watson, who was the chief advocate
of slackers. As for Gov. Catts, if
he ever speaks from the same plat platform,
form, platform, or in any other way shows sym sympathy
pathy sympathy with Watson, he will sigrf and
seal his political death warrant.
Speaking of the case of Henry Ford
on the witness stand, the Tampa
Times wants to. know if legal ethics
justify a lawyer in "heckling" a wit witness.
ness. witness. We don't know about the
ethics the ethics of some lawyers we
know seem to have been "made in
(Germany" but heckling is rank in injustice
justice injustice and often defeats justice. A
judge should not allow it in his court.
In speaking of the "Big Five" there
is always room for doubt as to wheth whether
er whether the writer is alluding to the Chica Chicago,
go, Chicago, packing gang, or to the notables
of the Paris peace conference. They
should be tagged. Tampa Times.
During the peace conference, the
big five was generally the big four,
and a good deal of the time the big
Messrs. Blake & Revels, photogra photographers,
phers, photographers, have leased the studio building
over Fishel's, formerly occupied by
the Ocala Photo Co., and will open a
studio there on or about August 1st.
We also wish to announce to the pub public
lic public that we have only rented the prem premises
ises premises and know nothing about business
transacted by the former company
n-nA nra me ioertnnih1p in flnv WAV
for any of its transactions or agree
We also wish to state that we will
continue to run the studio over Hel-
venston's. Mr. Revels will be in charge
of this place and Mr. Blake in charge
of the one over Fishers.
23-3td-ltw BLAKE & REVELS.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
"Smoke Virginia Straight
turn W(Dirii(nl s
480 million pounds of Virginia tobacco Were
drown last year! And five times more of it was
smoked in cigarettes than all the foreldn-drown
Showing that dood old Virginia tobacco
cultivated and improved for three centuries is
by all odds the world's favorite cigarette tobacco
And never does Virginia taste so good as
when smoked straight in an all -Virginia ciga cigarette.
rette. cigarette. Prove itl Smoke Virginia straight in a
Immir f I "I
Notice is hereby given that, as of
July 1st, 1919, the firm of Smith &
Sandifer is dissolved by mutual con consent,
sent, consent, R. A. Sandifer retiring from the
firm and A. D. Smith continuing the
business in his own name. Effective
on above date, the said A. D. Smith
will collect all bills due the firm and
will pay all of the firm's obligations.
Ocala, Fla., July 17, 1919.
(Signed) A. D. Smith.
7-17-thur R. A. Sandifer.
If you want the best bread made
just ask for a 15-cent loaf of BUT BUTTERNUT
TERNUT BUTTERNUT bread at Carter's Bakery.
A fresh shipment of Guth's and
Nunnally's Candies just in at Gerig's
Drug btore. ti
SILVER SPRMGS-OCALA BUS SERVICE
Comfortable Bus Will Until Further Notice
Run Between Ocala and Silver Springs on
Sundays and Thursdays on the following
Schedule Leaving Ocala from Court House
Lv. Ocala Lv. Silver Spgs.
1:30 P. M 2:00 P. M.
3:30 P. M..( 4:03 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.
Lr. Ocala Lv. Silver Spgs.
9:00 A. M.i 2:00 P. M."
1:30 P. M 4:00 P. BL
3:30 P. M.. 7:00 P. M.
5:30 P. 31 8:00 P. 31.
9:30 P. 31
.10:00 P. 31.
Ed. Caranlclnael9 Proprietor
See Us for
Of All Kinds
Is Our Specialty and We Guar Guarantee
antee Guarantee Satisfaction on Every Job.
We are Agents for
Guaranteed 000 3Iiles on Fabrics
and 9000 3Iiles on Cords
Ocala House Block, Ocala, Fla.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and E KYI B ALGIERS
No charjr? for delivery of caaket anywhere day or night;
WILBUR SMITH, SA3I R. PYLES JIL,
Licensed Embalm era
Office Phone 10 Night Phones 225 or
SAVE MONEY ON MEAT
We always handle the best fresh meat to be
had and our prices are always thelowesL
Rcund Steak 23c. J Best Pork Chops 33c
Loin Steak 30c J Pork Sausage 25c
Stew 3Ieat .....loc.
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc.
NEW, YORK MEAT MARKET
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1919
were Margaret Hocker. Helen Leitner,
Genevieve, Mea Dozier and Emmie
Miller Haile, Jess Dehon, Eugenia
I. M- m .Mk- 111 m..
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Issued on Cotton,
Let us quote you prices
on a r.lonumont or Head Headstone
stone Headstone to mark the last rest resting
ing resting place of your loved
GARBLE OR GRANITE.
OCALA MARBLE WORKS
E. W. LEAVENGOOD, Mr.
N. Magnolia SL
Despite its scope Swift &
Company is a business of in infinite
finite infinite details, requiring infinite
Experienced men must know
livestock buying with a knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of weight; price, the amount
and quality of meat the live
animals will yield.
Bach manufacturing operation must
be done with expert skill and scientific
precision. A highly perishable product
must be handled with speed and care
to avoid loss.
' Chemists, engineers, accountants,
and other specialists are required to
take care of our intricate problems.
Alert wisdom and judgment must
be used in getting stocks of goods into
the open channels of demand through
our four hundred branch houses.
' Branch house organizations must
show activity and energy to sell at the
market in the face of acute competi competition
tion competition from other large packers, end
hundreds of small ones.
All these requirements of intelligence,
loyalty, devotion to the task, are met
in the personnel of Swift & Company.
Yet the profit is only a fraction of a cent
per pound with costs at minimum.
How can the workings of this deli delicate
cate delicate human mechanism be improved
Do you believe that Government
direction would add to our efficiency
or improve the service rendered the
ducer and consumer?
Let us send you a Swift Dollar.
It will interest you.
Address Swift & Company,
Union Stock Yards, Chicago, 111.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
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i J fX THE AVERAGE DOLLAP W
' Ifo f RECEIVED BY
Lhm IJvE3mmm!& swift & com pan y Jilij
1 LI 1B If ntOM THE SAiEOF MEAT V,
MIZWA J)Tf IE K CENTS IS PAK FOR THE
1 1 fjniiwi fm QM LIVE ANIMAL m
i ViI 'jW TaSta&Rkzstrl B cents to a la bob
s i M EXPENSES AND FREIGHT if
VVWK CENTS REMAINS M
: .WHITE STA05 L0B3
TRANSFER AND STORAGE COMPANY
We have first class trucks with competent drivers,
equipment will move yoti complete no matter what you
An ad. in the Star will bring you go4 returns on the investment. Try it.
If you have any society items for
the Star, please phone five-two-three.
Mr. Lindner McConn is now an ef efficient
ficient efficient assistant in Jake Goldman's
The friends of Miss Lilian Melin,
who has been very ill. will be glad to
know she is recovering.
W. K. Zewadski Jr. returned to
Tampa yesterday after a day spent in
Ocala transacting business.
Miss Hilda Budd of Leeesburg is
the guest of Miss Dorothy Schreiber
for a visit of several days.
A package of Cedar Compound in
your piano will probably save a repair
Ml. Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Peggy Hyland certainly charmed
the Temple beholders last night, and
all were almost tickled to death when
the picture wound up happily. Pau
line Frederick will be the star tonight
Miss Alice Colbert in company with
Mrs. Reid of Lake Weir, will leave to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for an extended trip to the
north, sailing from Jacksonville on
one of the Clyde liners. Miss Colbert's
trip will include visits to relatives in
Massachusetts, New Hampshire and
Get ready your, fall garden. We
have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Leland of St.
Petersburg, arrived in Ocala yester yesterday
day yesterday and are guests of the latter's
aunt, Mrs. J. B. Brooks. Mrs. Leland
before her marriage was Miss Lucy
Cribbett, and her Ocala friends are
glad to welcome her and her two-months-old
Civilian Guy B. Zewadski arrived in
Ocala yesterday from Camp Gordon,
where he received his release from the
army. After several days spent with
Ocala relatives, Mr. Zewadski will
proceed to Tampa, and resume his
practice of law in partnership with his
brother, W. K. Zewadski Jr.
FEDERAL bread Is the only com competitor
petitor competitor to mother's bread. 17-tf
Miss Margaret Hocker was the
guest of honor yesterday at a motion
picture party given by Miss Mildred
Bullock. After viewing Peggy Hy Hyland
land Hyland in "Miss Adventure," the young
folks repaired to the Court Pharmacy,
where they were regaled with ice
cream. The girls enjoying this party
Mrs. F. M. Jones, cf
Palmer, Okla., writes:
"From the time I en entered
tered entered into womanhood
... I looked with dread
from one month to the
next. I suffered with my
back and bearing-down
pain, until life to me was
a misery. I would think
I could not endure the
pain any longer, and I
gradually got worse.
Nothing seemed to help
me until, one day,
I decided to
The Woman's Tonic
"I took four bottles,"
Mrs. Jones goes on to
say, "and was not only
greatly relieved, but can
truthfully say that I have
not a pain. .
" It has now been two
years since 1 tookCardui,
and I am still in good
health. . I would ad advise
vise advise any woman or girl
to use Cardui who is a
sufferer from any female
If you suff erpain caused
from womanly trouble, or
if you feel the need of a
good strengthening tonic
to bund up yourrun-down
system, take the advice
of Mrs. Jones. Try Car Cardui.
dui. Cardui. It helped her. We
believe it will help you.
U n II
LJ Lj LJ L.
Liark and Mildred Bullock.
MRS. CAMP'S TEA
Mrs. Clarence Camp was hostess at
a charming tea yesterday, entertain
is iiitcen laaies at ner nome on
Mrs. Camp met her guests inform
ally in the living room, where beauti
ful roses in a silver basket adorned
the center table.
ihe dining room was gay with
DiacK-eyed busans, and the guests
were grouped around four smal
tables, which added to the informality
tnat always characterizes Mrs
The four young daughters of Mrs
Camp, assisted by Misses Agnes Bur-
icrd and Louise Rentz, served the
tempting menu of fruit salad, sand
wiches, nuts, olives, iced tea, cake and
ice cream, and the pleasure of the
guests was further added to during
the afternoon by numerous victrola
Seated at the four tables were Mrs.
Camp, Mrs. W. S. Bullock, Mrs. G. R.
McKean and Mrs. C. V. Miller of
Tampa, Mrs. R. L. Anderson, Mrs. M.
J. Roess of Jacksonville, Mrs. Clifford
Anderson of Lakeland, Mrs. F. R.
Hocker and her guest, Mrs. Neil
Campbell of West Palm Beach, Mrs.
William Hocker, Mrs. Frank Harris,
Mrs. Albert Gerig, Mrs. Chas. H.
Lloyd, Mrs. Harvey Clark, Miss Mary
Burford and Miss Marian Dewey.
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Campbell, of
West Palm Beach, arrived in Ocala
yesterday and are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick Hocker. Mr. and Mrs.
Campbell are former residents of
Elizabethtown, Ky., and Mrs. Camp Campbell
bell Campbell will accompany Mrs. Hocker
there, leaving tomorrow afternoon,
while Mr. Campbell will return to
West Palm Beach.
Mr. Jake Goldman doesn't do things
by halves. Yesterday he unloaded 8
solid car of trunks and valises and
his entire force was busy all day un unpacking
packing unpacking and -marking up the line. Car
lots of this line are not every day oc occurrences
currences occurrences m Ocala, so look out for
Jake's anonuncement in the local
A congregational meeting of the
Presbyterian church will be held Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, August 3rd, 1919, at 10:45 a. m.
All members of the congregation are
requested to be present.
S. P. Hollinrake,
Clerk of Session.
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 ad advance.
vance. advance. FOR SALE One Ford truck for
cash. Just overhauled and in good
condition. Dixie Highway Garage, tf
LOST Red cow, branded "W" on
right hip. Finder please notify Will William
iam William Geerling, 340 N. Magnolia street,
Ocala, and receive reward. 23-3t
FOR RENT After Sept, 1st, five five-room
room five-room cottage, all moden conveniences,
second ward on South 6th street, two
blocks from school. Price $10 per
month. M. M. Little. 23-6t
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Eieht
Enlarge and desirable lots, well located
in North Ocala, close in. For sale or
will trade for automobile of equal
vilue. Address Box 65, Ocala, Fla. 12t
WANTED Old man and wife to
keep house and look after the chick chickens
ens chickens and pigs. Good home for good
ccuple; four miles south of Ocala on
Dixie highway. J. L. Wallace, San Santos.
tos. Santos. 21-3t
FOR SALE L. C. Smith Brothers
typewriter, in good condition. Price
$40. Inquire of C. A. Dodd, Commer Commercial
cial Commercial Bank. 19-6t
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
foi light housekeeping, pleasantly
located. Modern conveniences. Apply
at No. G14 East Adams St. 18-6t
WOOD Phone 146 for all lenghths
oak or pine wood; thoroughly season seasoned.
ed. seasoned. Special price on quantity orders.
Put in your winter supply now.
Smoak's Wood Yard. 15-tf
HUNTER'S SECOND HAND HOUSE
Furniture bought 'and sold. Get
prices elsewhere, then see me
there's a sale made on one side or the
other. I have expert mechanics to put
in good condition anything you have,
such as furniture, lawn mowers, sew sewing
ing sewing machines, scissors, knives, saws,
pots, pans and all kinds of enamel enamel-ware.
ware. enamel-ware. Repair all kinds of broken
castings. Call at 310, 312 and 314
South Main street. 30-tf
WANTED Al once, small office
safe. EInstbe in good condition
and cheap for cash, Address,
giving price, Safe, care of Ocala
The Purest and Most Wholesome Bread,
that ever came out of an oven. Mixed by
machinery, Weighed by machinery, Round Rounded
ed Rounded and Moulded by machinery and Baked
in steam ovens. It is made of the best
materials to be had, pure, fresh milk from
the Pyles' Dairy, malt, sugar, lard, salt
ALL KINDS OF CAKES,
PIES, ROLLS, BUNS, ETC.
Why spend your time in the kitchen these
warm days when you can get every bakery
product here at less cost than the home home-baked.
baked. home-baked. Our sanitary machinery insures
absolute cleanliness in the preparation of
Pnfrroi! Rei? Elorliefs f of
Florida Ciixns Fraita
rcry saccess&xl in cobrgmg tfes psrkct
lor Scalibwcct grapefruit and oranges by
intnxfoacmg them in crctiocs wfaere Flor
bcea censsmed cslj in
RIariori Connfy Cilrns Seb-Exchange
THE WHRfflDSOK HOTEL
In the heart of the city with Hexnmin Park for a front yard.'
Every modern convenience in eack room. Dining room Berrice is
second to nose.
RATES From $1-50 per My per person to 6.
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. IfAVANAUGH,
Advertise and get Results,
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 24. 1919
UE QUE ICE
AMP UE IT EMmBL
PURE ICE, the kind we make and sell, is the best thing that
comes into your homes these days. Nothing you can;buy gives you
so much for so little money.
So don't make the mistake of trying to skimp on your ice bill.
Avoid extravagance on the one hand, and don't be "penny wise and
pound foolish" on the other.
Take enough of our ice to keep your refrigerator in good con condition,
dition, condition, and have some to spare for other uses. Then you will be pro protected
tected protected all around, and will never experience the annoyance of being
without ice at the very time you need it most and cannot get it
Be intelligently liberal in the use of OUR ICE and you will
escape most of the discomforts and dangers incidental to this time
of the year.
CDcaEa Hce .PacMogf Co.
Postmaster Rogers has returned
from Tampa and reports Mrs. Rogers,
who is in a sanitarium there, as much
Tuesday, Thursday and
Mrs. T. Wray has arrived from Co-i
lumbia, S. and is visiting her
sister-in-law, Mrs. D. E. Mclver. at
The Postal Telegraph is going to
put a crimp in the high .cost of living
.by returning to the rates it charged
when Mr. Burleson butted in. The
overtaxed citizen wilPappreciate this.
Mrs. T. J. Nixon of Tampa arriv
ed in Ocala yesterday to remain until
Monday, and is the guest of her sister,
Mrs. G. L. Tavlor. Mrs. Nixon camu
j especially to see her mother, Mrs.
Blalock, who makes her home with
KeeD out the moths with Cedar
Compound, 25 cents the package at
Gerig's Drug Store. tl
Sersreant-Maior George Batts, one
of the most faithful and efficient
young men in the S. O. S., is home
from France, after a year and three-
Quarters of service, and is receiving
la well-deserved welcome from his rel
atives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Alison Wartmann and
two children returned to their home
jin Citra yesterday, accompanied by
Mrs. Wartmann's mother, Mrs.
Hampton of Fordyce, Ark., who has
been the guest of Miss Byrd Wart Wartmann
mann Wartmann at her home on Sanchez street.
Mr. Vernon B. Hadsock came in
yesterday afternoon after many
months in the naval service for a
thirty days' furlough which he will
spend at the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. W. Hadsock.. He is a
patriotic young American and has en enlisted
listed enlisted for two more years.
Veal Loaf, f
Tripe with Milk,
Corned Beef Hash,
OTHER CANNED MEATS
Morris Cooked Brains,
Beardsley's Sliced Beef,
Richardson & Robins
Underwood's Deviled Ham,
Japanese Crab Meat,
Shrimp, dry pack,
Franco-American Potted Beef,
Franco-American Beef Broth for
Invalids and Children
Burnhams Clam Chowder,
Sardines in Tomato Sauce,
Sardines in Mustard,
Sardines in Olive Oil,
N&5&& ijjSSSHf.'.iJift ...-2
rvx i si f
Private Instruction Dancing under Direction
By Appointment. C. W. Thpmpson.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hampton re
turned late yesterday afterjioon from
Miami, accompanied by Mrs. E. L.
Carney and Mrs. Edward .Morgan,
who were their guests on the trip.
Mr. Hampton has purchased a homei
in Miami, a new house yet m course
of construction, in a beautiful part
of the city, Broadmore, on Biscayne
Mrs. Annie D: Long, who lives on
Watula street, south, expects a visit
from her brother, Lieut.-Col. James
W. Davidson, M. R, C. just home
from France. Lieut.-Col. Davidson's
home is in Chattanooga. He brings his
wife and little daughter to see- his
sister and his mother, Mrs. M. J.
Davidson, who makes her home with
Purity Cross Lobster
a la Newberg
Purity Cross Creamed Spaghetti
Purity Cross Chop Suey
ZESTFUL and sparkling
the thirst and allays it com completely
pletely completely refreshing one.
Orange-Crush is made from the fruit oil,
pressed from fresh ripe oranges, and such
other wholesome ingredients as pure gran granulated
ulated granulated sugar, carbonated water and citric
acid found in oranges lemons and grape grapefruit.
fruit. grapefruit. Ocala Coca:CoIa Bottling Works
5c by the bottle. Less by the case.
Follow the crowd. It leads to the
W. K. Lane, M. Physician and
M V .1
t n Surgeon, specialist r.ye, iar, ose ana
lb ana li ThroaU Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. f U
Follow the crowd. It leads to the
GRACE'S MARGE REMEDY
For skin and scalp diseases, dandruff
and falling hair, at all druggists. 9 2Gt
A congenial party leaving today to
spend a week at Lake Weir are Misses
Marjorie Cannon, Gladys and Mau-
rine Gracy and Messrs. George Fritz,
nf fiarv. Ind Fred Hampton and
W r 1
. .-. .n. x iiieorere caney oi wunucciiw. xucjr
CS)(S) WW&SiW&xnXi make the trip in cars and will be
chaDeroned by Mrs. w. w. nampion
Jr., and Mrs. A. P. Buie. They are
anticipating a most delightful outing.
This party passed through Ocala
yesterday and are occupying one of
the Connor cottages at North laKe
Young King, Proprietor
ALL DELICATE LINEN, ETC
RECEIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION.
Ft. King Ave.
Send Us Your
ir m. i i
OCALA STEAM LAURIDKY
P. O. BOX G06
LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS,
CIRCULARS, FOLDERS. FINE BOOKLETS, ETC.
WE NEVER DISAPOINT A CUSTOMER ON A
PROMISE. YOU GET THE JOB WHEN ITS DUE.
Oak Vale. Julv 24. Mrs. John Rob
inson of Archer, spent several days
last week with her mother and broth
er, R. H. Reddick and family.
Mr.-Melvin Boyer is working in the
Lyman garage at Wilhston, going
back and forth in the carl
Mrs. C. S. Mims and baby Miriam,
left Saturday to spend some time with
hpr hrother. Mr. Jesse Williams of
Jacksonville. She will also meet her
mother. Mrs. A. Vinson of Lady
Lake, who is visiting her son.
Mrs. R. H. Reddick and children
snent Friday visiting relatives in Ar
cher. She left Master Kirkland with
his aunt till Monday afternoon.
Mr. Henry Anderson Jr.- of the
navv. Newport. R. I., received his dis
charge and returned home last week. I
He proceeded at once to make a hand
on the farm.
Mrs. f!. W. Bover received a letter
today from her son, Ferrel, at Cob-
lenz. sayme he did not expect to get
home before next month.
Mrs. Maddox of Lackhart, came to-
Hav to visit her brother. Mr. Joe
Little Gordon Mattair. son or Mims
Mattair. continues quite sick.
Mrs. Etta Tyne of Sanf ord and Mrs. I
Fannv Calloway of Mornston came
to-day to visit Mr. M. A. Clancy and!
C. W. Bover.
Mrs. Frank Willis of Williston and1
Mrs. Charles Finney of Raleigh, visit
ed with their brother, Henry Ander
son, iust home from the navy, last
Miss Lonie Clancy had a letter to-
dav from her brother, Michael, who
said they were promised a "leave for
home" soon, but that they had been
promised that so often he paid but
little attention to it. He sent a helmet
and a number of souvenirs, also a box
of rooted geraniums and roses, which
came thru in fine condition and all
have started to grow nicely. He said
it was cold enougn to wear an over overcoat
coat overcoat and have fires theday he wrote,
MI (GET f IE DBA
That Fishing Tackle is the only
One that we Specialize on
THERE is probably not in this section of Florida
a. more extensive line of Trunks, Hand
Bags, Suit Cases, and other, articles necessary
to those who do any traveling than carried by us.
We are local head headquarters
quarters headquarters for the famous
line, and it is one that needs no introduction,
as it is die acknowledged leader. When pre preparing
paring preparing for your Summer vacation be sure to
come around and let us fit you up. Whether
you want a small hand bag or a .large wardrobe
trunk, we have it.
Yours for Traveling Necessities.
Opposite Court House
When packing your blankets and
winter clothine, think of Cedar Com
pound, which will Ireep moths aw3y ; j -X.
cents tne pacicage ai Lieng s xrug aaa2j ?fi2Al?i-ii-ii'w 25 AiiiiZiii2f.iijJi 5iS il Jl
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