The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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Weather Forecast: Generally fair
tonight and Wednesday; not much
change in temperature.
OCALA, FLORIDA, Tl'KSDAY. AKil ST 19. 1919
VOL.26, NO. I9S

es
V

AVIATORS ARE

HOME AGA
Bravery and Cleverness of Captain
Matlack of the Eighth Cavalry
Saved Half the Ransom Money
(Associated Press)
Marfa, Texas, Aug. 19. Lieuts. H.
B. Peterson and Paul S. Davis, the
tvo American aviators held for $15, $15,-C00
C00 $15,-C00 ransom by Mexican bandits, were
rescued today by Capt. Matlack of
the Eighth Cavalry, who paid half the
ransom money to the bandits and
escaped with the two captives across
the border.
ENGINE TROUBLE BROUGHT
DOWN THE AVIATORS
The aviators declared they were
confused in their directions after be being
ing being forced to land by engine trouble,
and were on their way back to head headquarters
quarters headquarters when seized by the bandits.
MEETING OF TITLE
MEN AT DAYTONA
Editor Star: I know that you know
who comprised the party who pulled
out at 5 o'clock Thursday morning
for Daytona, a party composed 80 per
cent, of ladies and all dates kept were
sufficient to cause the car to stop at
the first bay tree and wreaths of vic victory
tory victory to be woven for their adornment.
The condition of travel was some somewhat
what somewhat of a surprise for, with the ex exception
ception exception of around Lake Weir and
Leesburg, the road via Tavares, Mount
Dora, Sanford, Osteen and Smyrna
was good. Our arrival at the Nep Neptune
tune Neptune was a little late for dinner but
the ladies promptly shed their outer
wraps and started seaward. When
they were again in their right minds
and clothes the real work of the trip
commenced.
The Florida Association of Title
Men had scheduled their eighth an annual
nual annual convention for August loth and
ICth and after convention hours the
Neptune (headquarters) was fairly
well filled with the abtsartcing talent
of the state, and, as later happening
will show, Ocala was not taking a
back seat.
Friday morning the convention as assembled
sembled assembled in the chamber of commerce
rooms and took up the serious busi business
ness business of the day. Among other wise
conclusions reached was one that
made Ocala the next meeting place of
the association, and, another conclu conclusion,
sion, conclusion, was that an Ocala man was the
"fittenest" one to occupy the office of
president of the association for the
coming year. Another one was that
the percentage of white horses in
Marion county must greatly exceed
that of other counties of the state. In
fact, Ocala was the hub around which
revolved most of the younger men of
the convention, and several engage engagements
ments engagements were made to introduce the
satellites to a bathing place where
a second bath was not required to rid
one of the first.
Saturday morning meant homeward
bound, with a good breakfast at
Smyrna, a lunch at Eustis and a real
tin can feed and swim at Eastlake.
The trip was ended about 10:30 p. m.
with the firm resolve to go to some
ether convention sometime. R. S. R.
Ocala, Fla., Aug. 18, '19.

GO TO
B. GOL1M AN'

FOR
Coffins and Caskets,
Furniture, Etc.
Day Pbone 253 Night Phone 511
L. HURST, MANAGER

Magnolia Street,
Opposite Court House.

YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MORE

Owing to death in the family will sell all my personal property
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
On the premises, cor. Myrtle Ave. and Duval St., Jacksonville,
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1919, 9 A. M
25 heal good acclimated horses. Dump wagon, surries. farm wagon.
25 head good acclimated mules. 30 sets of harnesses, implement?
20 wedding and depot carriages. and other numerous articles.
Will also sell my good will and .lease. GEO. H. SPRAGUE. Prop.
FRANK R- WILSON, AUCTIONEER.

EIGHTH CAVALRY

GONE AFTER
THE OFFENDERS
National Guard of the State of Texas
is Preparing for Emer Emergencies
gencies Emergencies (Associated Press)
Candelaria, Texas, Aug. 19 Troops
of the Eighth United States Cavalry
crossed the Mexican border today in
pursuit of the bandits for held Avia Aviators
tors Aviators Peterson and Davis, following a
"hot trail" under the guidance of the
rescued men. The Texas National
Guard is prepared for any emergency.
POPULAR WITH THE PEASANTS
At Their Request, the Archduke;
John Remains in Office j
(Associated Press)
Budapest, Aug. 19. Archduke Jo-.
seph agreed to resign as temporary
dictator, but consented to remain in
office temporarily at the request of
the peasants and reactionaries.
SCRAP IN SILESIA
Poles and Germans Fight with Result
in Favor of the Former
(Associated Press) j
Warsaw, August 19. Hostilities j
broke out between Germans and Poles'
on the southeastern Silesian frontier,!
the Germans occupying two villages.;
The Polish population, retaliating, I
drove the Germans out and occupied
two villages on the German side of the
border.
RED CROSS SWEATERS
The Women of Poland are Grateful to
Their American Sisters
Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 19. Those pret pretty
ty pretty gay sweaters of lilac and orange
an dpeacock blue which the girls in
your town are wearing these bright
summer days, are serving a far less
ornamental but a far more serious
purpose on the other side of the'
world. j
Three freight cars full of them t
not so bright, not so pretty, perhaps,;
but just as well knit and, if anything,
a good deal warmer have arrived at
Warsaw for distribution among the
destitute Polish people east of the
River Bug, the most terribly war war-afflicted
afflicted war-afflicted territory in Poland.
Mose of these sweaters were made
by the hands of southern women,
members of the Red Cross chapters
in the southern division. They were
part of a trainload of ninety-six cars,
the rest containing clothing, medicines
and other supplies which the Red
Cross is bringing to the relief of the
suffering Poles.
The sweaters are the most sought sought-after
after sought-after article of clothing in Poland,
just as they are, apparently, in Am America.
erica. America. But whereas "over here" they
are worn merely for adornment, "over
there" during the coming winter they
may keep many a Polish woman and
child from freezing to death.
I Advertise in the Star for results.
Ocala Fla.
99

A
NAVAL BATTLE
Fight Went Heavily Against
sheviki in the Gulf of
Finland
Bol-'
(Associated Press)
Helsingfors, Aug. 19. The
bol-
sheviki battleship Andrea Pervosvan,
trie cruiser Petropavlovsk, one trans transport
port transport and one guardship are reported
to have been sunk in an engagement
with a British -fleet in the Gulf of Fin Finland.
land. Finland. The British are said to have lost
three motor boats and had eight offic officers
ers officers and three men killed.
INTERBOROUGH STRIKE
HAS BEEN CALLED OFF
Strikers Gained Some This Time;
Next Time They Will Gain
Some More
( Associated Press)
New York, Aug. 19. The
strike
which for two days has paralyzed the
subway and elevated system oi the,
Interborough Rapid Transit Company
in Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn,
i and
i.-no fnmnnlltt AollnH nff
last night by a vote of the strikers to
accept a compromise offered them at
a conference of city and state officials
yesterday afternoon.
Under the terms of settlement the
ment will receive a wage increase of
25 pr cent and it is provided that the'
question of whether they shall receive
the additional 25 per cent demanded
by them shall be submitted to arbitra arbitration.
tion. arbitration. Resumptio nof service was or ordered
dered ordered to take eeffct at midnight last
right.
RUMANIANS ASK FOR
BETTER CONDITIONS!
(Associated Press)
Paris, Aug. 19.-It is reported that
the Rumanians have presented new:
L: L
a urn uce cuiiuiuuns iu uie nuugar-;
iar. government.
MRS. STUART'S FUNERAL
The body of Mrs. George Stuart
arrived this afternoon and the funeral
services will be held tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon at 3:30 o'clock from the resi-
dence. Rev. R. F. Rogers will offic-
iate and the body will be laid to rest
, ij -ii i i -j a j
In Greenwood annex cemetery. E C.I
funeral arrangements.
How to Braze Metals.
In brazing brass, copper, wroueht
Iron and steel, clean the metal thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly at and near the joint to be
brazed, by scraping or filing. Be sure
to fit the edges closely together. If
greater strength Is required, lap the
edges over each other about a quarter
of an Inch. A good plan Is to rivet the
edges together to hold them In place.
Place brazing material along the Joint.
Take finely powdered borax, wet It
with water and place a little along the
seam. Put the article over a charcoal
fire. Joint down. ITeat It slowly and
evenly, holding It about an Inch above
the charcoal. When the brazing ma material
terial material Is all melted, rap the part with
a hammer, to Induce the material to
flow all through the Joint. If the ar article
ticle article Is brass or copper, It should be
plunged Into cold water, and If steel
or Iron It should be allowed to cool
slowly.
The New Wonder Bug.
Queer, Is It not. that germs that
cannot be seen with the finest micro microscope,
scope, microscope, and cannot be measured with
the finest measurement, are so dis disposed?
posed? disposed? They live In street cars and
omnibuses, and not la steam cars oi
sidewalks. They thrive In barber barbershops
shops barbershops and not In dentists' offices. They
Inhabit churches and theaters alike,
but not restaurants nor cafeterias.
Queer, Is It not, that these little bugs,
so very little that they cannot be de detected
tected detected with the microscope, and that
they can go through cement and even
glazed dishes, are yet so large lhat
they can be held back by the thin
meshes of a handkerchief, or the thin
Miss Emily Wenzel, who went to
Chicago to visit her sister several
wteks ago, has decided to remain in
that city, having accepted a position
in a large mercantile establishment
there.
When packing your Dlankets and
winter clothing, think of Cedar Com Compound,
pound, Compound, which will keep moths away;
25 cents the package at Gerig's Drug
Store. tf
TO ADVERTISERS Copv for dis-

BRITISH

play ads. must be in this office cn the;w.:. -'
aay before they are intended for pub- j S"0 w
ilication The Star- tf ytt.

A
LONG TIME
Senate Committee Finds Defensive
Treaty With France is Not
Unconstitutional
Washington, Aug. 19. The Senate
sub-corrrnittee found the treaty by
which the United States would defend
France against German attack not in
conflict with the constitution.
MAKE THEM LOW QUARTERS
The House todav adoDted a resolu
tion directing the Federal Trade Com-j
mission to investigate the high cost of I
snoes.
WANTED HIS "MCMEYS PACK"
German Drummer Balked When H
Started to CroM Old Bridge at
Troy, New York-
Albany, N. Y has a historical mn mn-fleuin
fleuin mn-fleuin that contnlns. nmnn? othfr trPH?-
ure, a bass drum dating back to the
great Influx of German Immigrants j
which followed the revolution of 1843 j
in Germany, says Cartoons. This In-
A. 1 W 1 H A. it
wandering "hungry five" bands which
ntrv after Marx
ftHLrLhn.
appeared In this cou
and Engels, the Industrious collabora
tors, wrote the communist manifesto.
The bass drummer was called "Thick
Head" Schultz. According to a music
teacher now living In Albany, who
heard Schultz perform In the '80s, he
could play In three different rhythms
at once without making the band mad.
At Troy, ten miles up the Hudson
r muj,
long, old-fashioned inclosed wooden
bridges, nnllghted within, like a tun-
i t i v i
nel. Looking through it. as one ap-
preached, one saw a tiny spot of light
at the far end. as If gazing through
, j
a telescope wrong end to.
One day the hungry brass band start
ed across the bridge to play at a barn
tha cpRrwrd
.a . ... 7
i Bchultz had paid the nickel ton wnen

TOOK T

HEM

he happened to look through the long x "'T-f,- i-V
black space ahead. Then he balked. homes and public buildings, is a dif dif-ur
ur dif-ur k inpiof. ftrence not so much of cost as of

ed. ,rBy tam, dere Is no nse my tryln1
to dake dls drum frough dot little
Sole."
RPIftUT Pfl CRS R VP RELIEF
www
8Jmpe Mcthod by WhIch Detk Work-
er May Avoid Incalculable
Injury to the. Eye.
The constant use of the eyes on
white paper will In time weaken them
and make It necessary to seek other
employment, or resort to some remedy.
Bookkeepers, proofreaders and those
stretch on a white surface, should
. .
nave a numoer oi ongui tuium uu
their desk or near at hand upon
which the eaze should be allowed to
rest at short periods when the mind j
The bright colors will give a relief
to the lone, constant strain on the
. ... .
eye. and it win te astonismng
those who have never resorted to any
such remedy to note the relief se secured.
cured. secured. Green should predominate. Yellow
and red with shades of pink should be
used.
Bright-colored blotters and bright bright-tinted
tinted bright-tinted mottoes or picture cards with
birds and flowers as well as scroll
designs will produce the roost relief
to weary eyes.
Even a bouquet with green foliage
combined with the flowers will give
sarJsfartnrv rtvanlta. hnt thla Is not
as permanent as brightly colored 1
prints that will not fade for a long
time.
Advice With Exceptions.
"Take the first Job that offer.
9 with til yorar raltrht. Tour
will soon be recognized by your em employer,
ployer, employer, who will reward you with a
'raise and with his daughter's hand.
and youll live happily ever after.
The returning soldier Is already be being
ing being fed upon this truistic advice
which successful old age delights to
hand out as It were the sole "secret
of success, which it Isn't by a Jug Jugful.
ful. Jugful. The wise young man, accepting
the good will of counsel, discounts
In his planning three counter-possi-bilitle:
(1) that the first Job offered
may not be one for which the appli applicant
cant applicant Is adapted; (2) that the em
ployer may not be the all-wise.
sagacious, broad-minded person which
the success boks invariably post hlra
as being; (3) that there either (a)
may be no daughter or (b) she may
prefer somebody l.e. With these and
other similar qualifications the spirit
of the work-hrtpl-and-you'll-pr-p?r
wheeze bjill stands as aln;irable.
Lowell Cotirif-r-ritizen.
i 00
niL'nt
and about!
:h of
.-tck-n.
.o arrest

BOARD OF TRADE

NOTES
The secretary of the Board of Trade
has addressed a letter to the members
to find out what are considered the
most pressing needs of the city and
county. It is a letter that should be
answered. Having gotten the judge judgements
ments judgements of all, the secretary's purpose
is to Prepare a program of work based
lon tnese judgments, a program that
iiu oe a crysxaiizanon oi me

thought, sentiment and patriotism of js ee no reasonable objection to inter inter-the
the inter-the membership. derations that did not form nart of

To have a successful Board of
Trade, to build a better community, J
the members of the organization and i
the citizens of the community must j
think progress. Men build towns and
i cities. All natural resources and ad ad-(
( ad-( vantages are nothing unless men
! make use of them. Some of the
greatest cities have been built on
sand. Others have been built on
; swamp land. They were built by men
i wno possessed imagination and de-.
termination.
Mahogany furniture is not made in
r., R9niH Mrh v fco-.
"
r.ny grows there. Orange marmalade
,is n0t made in Dund' Sc,ltlani"
If"use rang?.s K. there. Mw. Kidd's
"Pin Money" pickles could have been
'made in Ocala as well as in Richmond,
Va., had Mrs. Kidd happened to live
in Ocala.
Mountain Lake, in Polk county, is a
beautiful place, because a group of
J men with imagination bought some
: lands that had been known to no one
' but cattle men, and employed Fred-
. 0lmstead' one of hi atest
: ?rlc,K Ulmstead one .0I "ie greatest
landscape gardeners in the United
Q. M ...
; "".
; .
No community can progress unless
, citizenhin cultivates a real and
; Cj7 ra
;une'nsn. "eeas ra,nK
in the city that cares nothing for
fipnnlinps sinrl hpnntvv Thp HiflFprpnrp
rzy: j V M
knowing what good architecture is or
of employing someone that does.
The secretary's purpose is to get
the members of the Board of Trade to
u u:
, tiiiiiiviij nuuui iiic Liiiuja mail inane
jfor betterment, and having thought
inlinnt tlipm tn wnrlc thpm nut with
(,11 lil V till b d.VUCb.VA vi v
r.i ni MnHnn rnnntv
their work during the world war.
There must be a community spirit.
It is not necessary that all think
alike, nor is it necessary that all do
the same thing, but it is necessary
that eevry one have a desire to do
i e ,5
i which to Iiv(
build a better place in
e. it is not necessary
(that all aree, but the spirit must be
;the same for all.
i
The merchant who builds a better
store fr?fnt ,sTfhet1,plnKf tof bfmldf
j community. If the street front is a
crood niece of architecture, if it dos-
, -
sesses beauty and is a work of art
the merchant is adding to his business
not only, but is actually adding some something
thing something of a refining nature to the city.
If the next business building con constructed
structed constructed in Ocala, for example, is
something more than four walls and
a
rnnf nunrhpH full of holps tailed
f v-.
windows and doors, something will

In our stock of IRON BEDS will be found a
pretty line of CRIBS for the smaller children. The
corner posts are sufficiently high to hang a canopy
on when it is necessary to keep off marauding in insects.
sects. insects. Also a pretty lin of small size Rockers
and dining chairs, Go-Carts, High Chairs and other
articles dear to the heart of the little ones. Call
and look them over.

r WW
.hide

N. Magnolia St.

IL

PRESIDENT PLEADS

FOR EARLY PEACE
I
Says that World Unrest Cannot Cease
Until Agreement is Accepted by
the United States
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 19. In a 2000-
j word statement at the opening of the
conference at the White House today.
. president Wilson told the foreign
! r v
I the formal ratification of the peace
treaty.
If interpretations were a part of
formal ratification, the president said,
long delays would follow as other gov governments
ernments governments would have to accept the
language of the Senate as the lan language
guage language of the treaty before ratifica ratification
tion ratification would hp romnlptp. Tip said that
, Article 10 was not obscure if read in
! .;, .vi a,
and that an affirmative vote of the
j United States would be necessary in
j any question affecting it.
Under Article 16, the president
said, questions affecting individual
members of the league alone were
leu to ineir own settlement, such as
' Griffs, immigration, etc. He said the
j Monroe Doctrine would in no way be
ay
impaired or interfered
league of nations.
with
by the
WORLD IS WAITING
Mr. Wilson oleaded for earlv rati-
location to settle the world unrest.
All members of the foreign com committee
mittee committee attended the conference. The
president received the senators in the
east room and invited them to lunch,
continuing the conference after noon.
BRITISH AND AMERICAN BUILT
. The president said the plan for the
league was built up from a plan drawn
by a British committee, including
the ideas of General Smuts and his
own ideas. He said his own private
le-draft of the original plan was not
submitted to the American peace mis mis-Lion
Lion mis-Lion and he had seen Secretary Lans Lansing's
ing's Lansing's proposals only informally.
President Wilson declared he sug suggested
gested suggested that the United States not par participate
ticipate participate in the German indemnity, as
he wished this nation to gain the
moral as.-et, but said he did not refer
to pre-war claims such as the sinking
of the Lusitania.
The president said the league coun-
1 cil would have nothing to do with de-
in!cldinK whether the United States had
fulfilled its obligations
withdrawal.
in case of
be added to the business district. And
something will have been added to the
tone of the city. Our business build buildings
ings buildings should serve something more
than a mere utilitarian purpose.
A city's appearance is a reflection
of
its citizenship.
The secretary of the Board of
Trade asks, therefore, that the letter
be answered. He wants the members
to stop and think about the needs of
the city and county and then put
these thoughts on paper. Each thing
proposed, in the letter, whether it be
something new or old, will be listed,
and those things proposed by the
laigest number will be given a place
and precedence, accordingly, on a nro-
crram frr tho Utfemmrf t rnU l
" wvhvituiih yj 4- waia aim
I Marion county.
Give
Children
Comfortable
Beds During
Warm Weather

US BROTHERS

Ocala, Florida

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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 19. 1919
LEAVE IT TO "PAL"
Dog's Owner Relies cn Animal's
Intelligence.
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND,' FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM
i
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in ad-
Oftpring of Gray Wolf and Highly
Bred Sccttish Guardian of Shesp,
Four-Focted Companion I
Beyond Vaiue.
vanee.
V--' f '. i - Y U 0 X f V V -c

TWO

i- y-v-

WANTED -i- us rii-hfd argument by j
young- coup-; Want pos-ssion Kept, j
15th to Oct. 1st. Address "Apart- j

meut," care ;tar ofiice.
1 ';-' i
LOST -Aug. 13th, from li. li. Mas-j
ter.s' delivery truck, one pair ladies'
black kid shoes (had been worn.) II.
E. Masters Go's, name on carton. Miss
Sidney Harold's name on wrapper.
Finder will please return to II. B.
Plasters Co. and get reward. 18-3t
FOR SALE Two seated surrey. In
good condition and reasonable Arply
to A. J. Brigance, Box 1G9, Ocala,
Fla. lG-Gt
FOR SALE One John Dere hay
press, one John Dere mower, one Kel Kelly
ly Kelly duplex feed mill, two mules. In Inquire
quire Inquire of Blowers Lime & Phosphate
Company,
lG-6t
FOR SALE Small cottage home,
modern conveniences, nice lot, good
neighborhood. Price right. For par particulars
ticulars particulars see F. W. Ditto, Ocala. 15-6t
FOR SALE I have for sale a tract
of 20 acres of land with four-room
house and barn; part of the land
cleared and fenced. This place is only
six miles from Ocala and I am offer offering
ing offering it for $600. S. S. Savage Jr.,
Ocala, Fla. 14-6t
FOR SALE Good young Jersey cow.
Call and see her soon if you want a
cow. J. E. Frampton, 1109 E. Fifth
St., Ocala, Fla. Phone 185-Y. 12-6t
FOR SALE QUICK Practically new
buffet, two kitchen tables, two center
tables, three canvas covered folding
camp cots, rain and mosquito proof,
one 9 x 12 Congoleum rug, two pair
bed springs. Phone 332. 12-tf
WANTED (White or colored). A re reliable
liable reliable couple to go on farm near Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to take charge of house. Man
to assist in dairy and share crop with
owner. Good proposition for right
party. Call 805 Tuscawilla St., or
phone 332. 12-tf
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
In our supply depart department
ment department we carry a large
line of accessories for
automobiles. A c o m m-plete
plete m-plete line of Tools, Tubes,
Spark Plugs, Etc.
Service Station for Moon,
Chalmers, Maxwell and
Oakland Automobiles.
Open 6 a. m. to 12 p. m.
BOUVIER'S GARAGE
(The A. A. A. Garage)
Corner Fort King and
Magnolia St.
Fresli Me
CALL 517
The Old Reliable is Open
Again
Becst Steaks SGc
Quick Delivery
u Dawkins
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and B,2ttei
Work for the Money than any othei
contractor in the city.

While in Aiabara
quaintance with
I a v evr L-"ard (x
r-rature it ha b-.-n

I fh ac-
u l,,g I
my pr'M.
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Tysoa-
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Burba in the Columbus Disr.a.
belongs to a man living at
ville, but is known all over the state. ;
and his name is "Pal." j
Pal's mother was a shepherd and
lived on the plains out West, where j
she looked after a big herd of sheep, i
In fact, she was one of the best sheep ;
dogs in the whole region. His father j
was a gray wolf. So Pal is half wolf
and half dog a common enough thing j
out West.
Pal grew up with the sheep his i
mother looked after, and learned all ;
the tricks of rounding them up and j
bringing them in. But he learned a i
whole lot more than the average sheep
dog knows. He learned that every j
other animal as well as sheep can ;
be directed and guided and taken care j
of if you know how to do it. So when 1
TnV owner wants any certain animal
on the farm brought in, he simply
tells th dog what he wants and Pal
attends to it. He can tell the dog to
go to the pasture a mile away and
bring in a certain mule and he goes
and brings it in. He can direct him
to bring in a certain cow or calf or
hog and it is done.
But the strange thing about It is
that Pal also brings in other dogs.
His owner has numerous bird dogs,
which he trains upon the plantation.
Pal helps train them. II a dog gets
tnrt far bwhv tht trnlnpr ftflVSK. "Pal.
mm a TIT I
onng mm in, ana fai aoes so. tie
runs to the dog and crowd him toward
the owner. He simply will not let
him go In any other direction. He
doesn't fight the other dog, although
at times it may be necessary for him
to take hold of an ear and nip it a
little. But he annoys the dog until
there is nothing else for it to do but
to be guided by Pal.
Then Pal is the high aheriff or po policeman
liceman policeman of the whole plantation. He
keeps the peace between the other ani animals.
mals. animals. If two dogs get into a fight.
Pal separates them. If he finds a
couple of hogs or chickens fighting,
he does the same thing. He doesn't
bother anything upon the plantation
unless it is doing something it ought
not to do, and then he takes a hand
in the matter and settles it If he
finds a pig in a field where it doesn't
belong, he drives it out without being
directed to do so. If a horse slips
its bridle while hitched to the hitch hitching
ing hitching post and cavorts down the road,
it is only for a few moments, for Pal
Is close upon its heels or at its nose
find he brings it back and keeps Lt
standing where it was left.
Taking the Next Census.
The government takes stock of its
resources this year. July 1, 1919, be
gins the next decennial census of the
population and industries of the Unit United
ed United States. It comes fittingly at an im important
portant important epoch in the nation's destiny
and at a time when we are launching
upon a new era of expansion and for for-eign'interest,
eign'interest, for-eign'interest, Thomas It. Logan says
in Leslie's. Our statesmen and stu students
dents students will be deeply concerned in the
data accumulated as to the value of
our industries as well as to their ex extent.
tent. extent. It will be a greatly energized
and strengthened America which the
new census taker will find. He will
observe and record the effects of the
war upon our industrial life. He will
report also the exact number of our
citizens by races and ages. It will be
possible to determine ho far General
Crowder's draft registration fell short
of the actual number of population of
draft age. The last census showed
9S,781,324 population. Guesses as to
the present population range from 105, 105,-000,000
000,000 105,-000,000 to as high as 112,000,000. In Inroads
roads Inroads of the war, of influenza, without
compensating immigration, have abat
ed our rate of increase. Despite this,
tiie totals may surprise us.
"Times" as Smallest Seller.
"Having blown the horn of our
American friends as to their circu circulations,"
lations," circulations," said Lord Northcliffe at a
luncheon to American editors, T may
be permitted to say that each after afternoon
noon afternoon we print here a special daily
newspaper with perhaps the smallest
circulation in the world. I will ask
you to come and see it produced. It
is the permanent record edition of
the Times, which we make for libra libraries
ries libraries all over the world. We produce
it on paper that we believe to be In Indestructible,
destructible, Indestructible, with indelible ink."
Publisher's Weekly.
Reno.
"And what is this place?"
"This is Reno. The limited stops
here twenty minutes."
"Oh, I've heard of Reno."
"Of course you have."
"Is twenty minutes lone enough to
uret a divorce?" Birmingham Age Age-Herald.
Herald. Age-Herald. Country's Corn Production.
When the Indians taught the white
settlers of this country how to raise
corn, no flight of the imagination
could have foreseen the crop of 101 S.
covering nearly 178,000 square miles,
or nearly as much land as there is in

Orange-Crush has a carbonated piquancy which
makes it an irresistibly delicious drink.
You can be sure of the purity of Orange Orange-Crush
Crush Orange-Crush because it is made from the fruit oil, press pressed
ed pressed from fresh ripe oranges, and such other whole wholesome
some wholesome ingredients as pure granulated sugar, car carbonated
bonated carbonated water and citric acid, which is a natural
acid found in oranges, lemons and grapefruit.

We suggest that you try an ice-cold bottle of Orange-Crush
today. You can obtain it wherever soft drinks are sold;
ether py the bottle or case. We bottle Orange-Crush under
strictly sanitray conditions and bersonally vouch for its
purity. A case in the home will bring joy to every member
of the family.

OCALA

QUICK DEATH STOPPED
THEIR FLIGHT
Nocturnal Fatalities at the Home of
a Wominent Georgia Family Ap Approved
proved Approved by Public Sentiment
A prominent South Georgian is re receiving
ceiving receiving the congratulations of his
friends on his success in perfecting a
genuine and easily operated mosquito
killer. It is called Torment. You
sprav it into the air in your room.
The mosquitoes fall dead. It is the
finest thing of its kind ever discover-
ed and never fails to do its deadly j
work. It has no disagreeable odor; i
does not stain clothing nor furniture;
i-nd is harmless to human beings.
Malaria is unknown where Torment is :
used. You can get a bottle of Tor Torment
ment Torment and a sprayer at your druggist's
for 2-5c. Try this wonderful discov discov-ei
ei discov-ei y and enjoy your sleep. Torment is
also deadly to Hies. Manufactured by
the G. B. Williams Company, Quit Quit-rr.an.
rr.an. Quit-rr.an. Ga. Adv. 2
Settled colored woman war.tc-i to go
t, the nsliing club near Ir.giis. Duties
v.-ill be to wash di-k ana ; :r. e for
.-.: ho.:se. Xn cooking; to do. Good
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B-.nnctt or P. V. Ler.vtngcod. 1
Phone 37G for any matters con con-r.ecttd
r.ecttd con-r.ecttd with 'the Maxwell business. 3t

cold bottle of this Orange-Crush gives

sparkling satisfaction to parched

Are You
Fully Insured?
If Not
See
L. T. IZLAR
And Take
No More Chances.
BEAN SEED
We have bean seed for fall plant-
ing; Wadwell Kidney Wax at S10 per'
bushel; green beans at $ per bushel.
14-tf Octl:. Seed Store.
TELEGRAPH RATES DECREASED
J,- Postal Te:,g
Com-
.:;v cac-i the
r per C'-.r.z.
richt ic-tter-
til cc:r
A fresh shipment of Guth's and
Nur.na'ly's Candies just in at Gerig's
rrug Store. tf

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If Everything Was As
Cheap As Our Ice
The cost of living would be as low as it was in the good old days.
No use worrying, however, because it isn't that way. He glad that
ice is helping to keep down the cost of living, besides giving you
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had.
Ocala Ice & PacMeg Co.

Schedule ol
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 Ocata from Court House.
Thursday Schedule Sunday's Schedule

Lv. Orala
Lv. Silver. Spgs.
2:00 P. M.
P. M...
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9:30 P. M.. .
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Which Began This Morning Has Proven a Tremendous Success.
Hundreds of our patrons have manifested a great interest
in this unusual event since the first announcement appeared,
and many have already availed themselves of this opportunity
to purchase their furs at a saving of

to 4KD per ceimft

Never before in the mercantile history of Ocala has an
event of this kind taken place, but these are unusual times and
FRANK'S always doing unusual things.

Better furs than those presented
in this sale were never assembled
and it will be a long time before
Ocala will see such furs again at
these prices. The demand for furs
exceeds any previous season and
prices have risen to unprecedented

levels because of the present scar scarcity.
city. scarcity. By selecting your furs in this
important August Sale you share
the substantial savings effected
when we through mere foresight
made extensive purchases months
ago in many cases the prices be being
ing being below today's wholesale cost.

to Tints Lot toctodle All Tine Popolair Peltts to

COATEES
PAY ONE-FOURTH DOWN AMD)

SCAMFS

We will take care of your furs until you are ready for them. This Is a real opportunity and you
do not have to spend much money now for something that you will not need until later.
Sale Will Coetltoiuie All Tills Week.

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OCALA fVEIIIIIC STAR

PukllHbed Every Day Except Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
OF OCALA, FLA.
It. It. Carroll, Prealdent
P. V. LtnveDKOod, Secretary-Treasurer
J. II. Benjamin, Editor

other counties, and that is it will have them on themselves if they want to.
about 200 miles of lime roadbed to lay j This kind of work should be supported

concrete on. For we should use con

ciete; nothing else can be put down

by private enterprise anyhow

home of Miss Jessie Morrison

Sunday. t ?

Mr. Jack Home and Misses Dolhe I

The people should remember that j and Jessie Morrison attended Sunday i

Jl V. j UUblUU i V. VU11 -V -w - j x I I W
o well, last so long or be repaired so J they have to pay in their public! school at Shady Sunday and were the'

easily

Entered at Qcala, Fla., postofflce a.s
second-class matter.

TEI.KFIIO.NES
IluIneM Office Five-One
Editorial Department Two-Seven
I EMU Ell ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Associated Press is exclusively
entitled for the use for republication of
all news dispatches credited to It or
not otherwise credited in this paper
and also the local news published
herein. All rights of republication of
special dispatches herein are also reserved.

COMPULSORY WORK
SHOULD FOLLOW
COMPULSORY SCHOOLING

We are not stuck on this compul compulsory
sory compulsory business. We think it is an in invasion
vasion invasion of individual rights, and in the
end will do more harm than good. A

compulsory school law could never j

schools for an agricultural course for

their children, even if their children
never see a farm except over a fence.

afternoon guests of Miss Vivian Doug

las.
Mr. and Mrs. George Buhl attended

This year, thanks to the pundits at i Olivet church Sunday.
Tallahassee, they must buy new books j Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Buhl, Mr. and

for this course, which has been going i

on for some time, and should be show showing
ing showing some results. Also, the people
have had instruction for some years
in canning and corning and pigjring
and calfing and several other things,

::itmi ii i in lit- Li i j i liilil Liir

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have been imposed on tne pe,opie oi tjme i about due when they could g.0

r ionda by tne votes oi tne people, a

SL'HSCItlPTIOX HATES
DomeMtlc
One year, in advance $6.00
Six months, in advance 3.00
Three months, in advance 1.50
One month, in advance 60
Fordism
One yt-ar, in advance 8-9
Six months, in advance 4-2
Three months, in advance 2.25
One nth, in advance 80
ADVERTISING HATES
Dliiuy: Plate 10c. per Inch for con con-secunv
secunv con-secunv insertions. Alternate inser insertions
tions insertions ..'" per cent additional. Composi Composition
tion Composition charged on ads. that run less than
six times 5c. per inch. Special position
20 per cent additional. Kates based on
4-inch minimum. Less than four inches
will uk; higher rate, which will be
furnished on application.
Heading .Notice: 5c. per line for first
insertion; 3c. per line for each subse subsequent
quent subsequent insertion. One change a week
allowed on readers without extra com composition
position composition charges.
Legal advertisements at legal rate3.
Klectros must be mounted, or charge
will h- made for mounting.

Joe Earman certainly fell for that
screen star stuff. He gave it the
biggest advertisement it ever had in
Florida.

The Star's justly celebrated and
much-missed bulletin board went into
action again today at its new home on
North Main street, next to the ex express
press express office.

Indications are that the trip down
the river by the Ocala Motor Club one
Eight last week was a great promoter
of good fellowship among our citizens.
Every man in Marion county who
owns a car should join the Motor Club.
It is directly to his interest to do so.
In the last few days, Mexico has
wantonly insulted the greatest nations
in the world. Whom the gods would
destroy they first make silly. Our
government may try to continue its
nambypamby policy toward Mexico,
but Great Britain will force some something
thing something to be done and that soon.

Firemen and hostlers, amounting in
number to 117,000, on the railroads of
the United States and Canada threat threaten
en threaten a strike if they are not given a 35
to 65 per cent increase in wages. An Another
other Another demand to be presented to the
dj rector general of railroads is that
all coal burning locomotives in road
service weighing 200,000 pounds and
over shall be equipped with mechani mechanical
cal mechanical stokers and that two firemen shall
be employed on all such locomotives
until they are so equipped.

Gov. Catts' L. C. of L. meeting in
acksonville was very slenderly at attended,
tended, attended, and its results were nil. A
number of papers in the state say the
governor called the meeting to boost
his candidacy for senator. We think
the old man really intended to try to
do some good, tho' we had no idea that
anything but an expression of public
opinion could result from it. Even
with the few present, some good
speeches were made, one particularly
by Representative Phillips of Columbia.

legislature made up of well-educated
men would never have passed it. It
is a significant fact that this law was
passed when education in the execu executive,
tive, executive, legislative and appointive
blanches of the state was at its lowest
mark in many years.
But since we have compulsory

schooling, we should have compulsory
work for the boys. To do the girls
justice, there is little use in passing
any such a measure for them. Except
with those who have wealthy or fool foolish
ish foolish parents, when a girl comes out of
school, she- either finds work at home
cr abroad. Also, if thru the length of
tho family purse, or the foolishness

of her parents, she becomes a para parasite,
site, parasite, she has more right to be, does
less harm and inevitably pa'ys for it
more heavily than a boy of the same
age. Also, a nice girl can pay for
living merely by being sweet -and
kind but a lazy boy can never be

sweet and kind to any but those who

are blind to his faults.

In every town, you will find a lot

of boys from fifteen to twenty-five
years who are purely parasites on the

body politic. Some have wealthy
parents who indulge them, some have
poorer parents who allow the boys to

impose on them, some just loaf any anyhow,
how, anyhow, and that class almost inevitably
degenerate into toughs or out and out
criminals. In the average southern

town, a majority of this class is gen

erally negroes, but there are entirely

too many whites. And the advantage
on the white side of the line is bal

anced by the fact that the negro near

ly always has to go to doing some

real work, either to keep from starv

ing, or because he can't keep out of

the chaingang, while the white boy

secures a job that really ought to go

to a girl, or becomes such an adept
at loafing that he can live and loaf,
too.
'Ihere are many more loafers in a
town than out in the country. The
country boy, no matter how lazy he
may constitutionally be, generally
does some work from pure force of
circumstances. There is always work
to do, and he has to do some of it or
fail over it. Also, a boy out in the
country who doesn't work at least
some is looked down on with a con contempt
tempt contempt that can be felt thru the hide
of an alligator.
Now, the legislature has said every
child in Florida must go to school

until 10 years old. It having stretch stretched
ed stretched the constitution that far, the next
legislature should pass a law that
every boy over sixteen years who
can't or won't go to school five years
longer, should go to work. An ex
cuse that he can't find work should
not be accepted. There are always

the city streets and county roads to
mend, and while those avocations are
humble, they are more honorable and
useful than wearing clothes, eating
victuals and burning gasoline that
somebody else pays for.
Ocala has comparatively few loaf loafers,
ers, loafers, but it has a few, and even the
same light proportion throughout the
United States would stack up a mill million,
ion, million, who would decrease the H. C. of
L. by at least eight mills on the dol dollar,
lar, dollar, if they were put to work.
The Star doesn't believe in people
being butterflies until they have earn earned
ed earned enough gold to gild their wings.

Mrs. G. D. Whaley and Mr. and Mrs.
Gtorge Buhl were Ocala visitors Sat Sat-u'
u' Sat-u' cay.
The Calvary school will open Sep-

timber 1st.

Mr. M. J. Morrison was a visitor to
Martel Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilson were din-

it alone. j ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Buhl
We think that the commissioners j Sunday.
will be wise if they hammer every- :
thing down to brass tacks and let the j BAPTIST MEN'S BANQUET
taxes be as low as possible. In the ;

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Before Buying An Automobile See

ME HANSON "SIX

I have secured the agency for this splendid car in twelve coun counties
ties counties and am in position to give you a demonstration of its unsur unsurpassable
passable unsurpassable qualities on short nptice. When you are in the market for
a car that will insure vou the utmost service at the least cost, phone

me.

next vear they will know better what J The Baptist men's banquet at the

the county can do and can't do with- j Ocala House this evening at 8:30
out, and can lav their plans accord-' promises to be an elaborate affair. A

ingly. We are sure the great majority j oenghtlul menu has been provided
of the taxpayers will approve this ; which will be interspersed with
course. speeches and merrymaking in gener-

ai. Rev. Entzminger and Dr. Collins
A FAIR RAISE f:om a distance are expected to be
present and a real treat is in store
In the list of properties on which j fcr all.

the assessment has been raised by itic program toiiows:

the commissioners appears that of the- "Church Loyalty": Rev. Louis Entz-

.JT- t ;c u fnir raisp. anrl we have m merer. Lakeland.

no kick coming. The only reason the "Once Upon a Time": Judge W. S. j

Star did not suggest the raise itself Bullock.

.vas in its hurry and worry of mov-j "If": Rev
.it- r 11 Onirtct

ipLr. tne business manager iuicl cm vc t

MY REPAIR DEPARTMENT
Is equipped to repair any and all makes of cars, and the service is
guaranteed satisfactory. Garage in the Carmichael Building, near
Union Station, North Magnolia street.

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. C. M. Brittain.
Messrs. Clem Purvis, Earl

about the matter. The Star is will-; Mayo, Frank Gates and Will Altman.

ing to bear its'share of the public bur

dens.

"Our Great Drive": Dr. C.

j lins, DeLand.

L. Col-

CALVARY

Calvary, Aug. 19. Mr. Jack Home
and brother Rae, were in town Friday.

A crowd of about twenty people en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed a social party at the Calvary
school house Friday night. Those in
the party were Misses Edith Sneider, ;
Vivian Douglas, Melissa Hodge, Mar- j
ion, Louise and Wilma Buhl, Dollle j
and Jessie Morrison, Messrs. Charlie ;
Liddon, Hubert Redding, T. D. Smith, j
F.bbie Hugh, A. R. and Leslie Doug-

lac and Jack Home

"Shall We Do It Again?": W. T.

Gary.
Menu
Fruit Cocktail
Boiled Ham Fried Chicken
Hot Rolls
Potato Salad Pickles
Iced Tea Salted Nuts
Cream Cake
Black Coffee Cigars

SOMETHING GOOD

For sale near Ocala on Dixie high highway,
way, highway, 315-acre farm, all under fence;

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ine cnaperones ,u head cattle and eight head muels, ci

were Mr. and Mrs. George Buhl and together with crop on place. A bar-! 4

Mrs. Callie Uougias. All reported a KVAn jj taken up at once. Address
grand time. Bex 257, Ocala, Fla. 19-3t
We are very sorry to say Miss
Naomi Holland is on the sick list this BARGAINS IN FORDS
week. j
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morrison and : One 1918 Ford Touring Car; elec elec-Mr.
Mr. elec-Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morrison were in j trie starter; in Al shape.

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Send Us Your
BLANKETS, RUGS
AND COMFORTS
They will
RECEIVE CAREFUL
ATTENTION

I OCALA STEAM LAUNDRY
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Mr. Vernon Miller was the guest of i first class shape. f 3

Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morrison last Sun- One 1918 Ford Touring Car; new
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FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EMBALMERS
AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
No chare? for delivery of caaket anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JR
Licensed Embalraers
Office Phone 10 Night Phones 225 or 423

The estimate in the commissioners'
budget for roads is nearly $70,000,
and it will not be any less but rather
more every year for the next ten. If
we got together, made a plunge and

voted three-quarters of a million dol dollars
lars dollars for good roads, we would spend
no more money, and save as much or
more in time, repairs and gasoline.
Many of the farmers have autoes
now, and nearly all will have them in
ten years; beside, a good road is just
as welcome to a horse or mule team
as it is to a car. If Marion county
ever starts to building good roads, it
will have an immense advantage over

INCREASED ASSESSMENT

(ft I

PHONE 108
or' 243 f
for
FRESH MEAT f

and
GROCERIES
Prompt Deliury
MAIN STREET
MARKET

Melyer & MecICay

UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47. 104. SO'
OCALA, FLORIDA

The county commissioners have
carried out their resolve and raised

the assessment of a large number of

taxpayers, and a much larger number

have voluntarily increased the valua valuation
tion valuation of their property. The gain thus

made will somewhat decrease the

huge millage the taxpayers would

have had to meet in the budget for

the coming year.

The commissioners may have done
iijustice in some instances, tho' if so

unwittingly, but to the best oi our
observation they have been careful
and moderate. If any have been over overrated
rated overrated they will be heard at the meet meeting
ing meeting of the board Sept. 1st. The Star
considers this attempt to equalize the
taxes a wise one and hopes the people
of the county will give it their full
support.
ANOTHER WISE ACT

Get ready your fall garden. We
have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf

'I he Star understands that the coun county
ty county commissioners have eliminated
from their next budget the estimate
for the agricultural fund, including
premiums for agricultural products,
county demonstration agent, booklet
on agricultuial interests, etc. The
Star thinks this would be a wise re reduction
duction reduction to make. It will save some
s-;f-0. which, in the Star's opinion it
is not needed to spend.
It is pretty well settled that we are
not to have a fair this yea!-, and even

if vv du thi Slav thinks a fair that i

can't pay its own j.iem'.ums is a fail failure
ure failure anyhow. Thv. farmers, the boys
and the girls a,, aii pretty well up in
their business, eon: clubs, piir clu' s.
canning clubs, nC, and can ca; ry

cool spray and Jbrisk winds W
of the ocean are no VjX
more bracing than a WA
cold, sparkling bottlo 'h
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OCALA OCCURRENCES
of Dr. C. W. Moremen on Ray street,
just off Oklawaha avenue, to remain
ali winter. Ocala extends a cordial
welcome to this excellent family.

OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 19. 1919

If you have any society items for
the Star, please phone five-two-three.
Dr. Blitch, Mr. J. W. Coulter and
several other citizens of Blitchton
were in town yesterday.
The different circles of the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian auxiliary held an inspirational
meeting at the church yesterday.
Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Lindner, who
have spent the summer with relatives
in Patton, Pa., will arrive home today.

The Star is informed that the en enterprising
terprising enterprising firm that owns the Ocala
"Book Shop" will start a branch store
in DeLand.

Mrs. M. H. Stovall is in Ocala from
Daytona, where she is spending the
summer, to renSain for a few days on
business.

Mr. Cranford Standley, who is em employed
ployed employed in the Florida National Bank
of Jacksonville, is in Ocala spending
his vacation.

Mrs. Fanny Anthony left on the
afternoon train, her immediate desti destination
nation destination being Starke, where she will
visit for a few days her son, Perry
Anthony, who has an excellent posi position
tion position there. In Jacksonville Mrs. An Anthony
thony Anthony will be the guest of Mrs. Boney,
formerly of Ocala, for a short visit,
and will go to Macon to see her son,
Frank, and then will proceed to
Houston, Texas, to remain indefinite indefinitely,
ly, indefinitely, making her home with her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. H. C. Webb. Mrs. Anthony
will be greatly missed in Ocala, hav having
ing having been for a number of years af affiliated
filiated affiliated with the Eastern Stars, the
Kebekahs and Pythian Sisters, and
also an active member of the Ocala
Woman's Club. Mrs. Anthony ex expects
pects expects to continue club work in her
new home.

Phone 376 for any matters con connected
nected connected with the Maxwell business. 3t

Mrs. S. G. Moyers returned today
from a brief business trip to Tampa,
and is again the guest of her sister,
Mrs. E.'B. Green.

Misses Ruth Wilds of Jacksonville
and Luvy Lee Schoeflin of Tampa, are
visiting Mrs. P. V. Leavengood on
Sanchez street, arriving yesterday.

Mrs. J. C. Campbell of Leesburg
was a visitor to Ocala yesterday. Mrs.
Campbell is the wife of the proprietor
of the Leesburg Steam Laundry.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Robertson and
children and Miss Edith Morey of
Whitney spent the day in Ocala yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Miller.

Mrs. W. J. Frink, nee Mis Bettie
ray Mclver, and little daughter, of
Bartow, are at Lake Weir, the guests
of Mrs. D. E. Mclver at her summer
home there.

A package of Cedar Compound in
your piano will probably save a repair
bill. Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Mr. Harry Stein of Jacksonville is
in Ocala visiting relatives. Mr. Stein
is employed by Smith, Richardson &
Conroy, and is on his vacation, part
of which he spent in Atlanta.
Mr. P. Burkhardt, who has just re returned
turned returned from the mountains of North
Carolina, has rented the Holly house
and as soon as Mrs. Burkhardt re returns
turns returns will go to housekeeping.

Messrs. Jake Boyd and Dean Mur Mur-phree,
phree, Mur-phree, two young men of Troy, Ala.,
are exjpected to arrive in Ocala this

week to be the guests of their rela relatives,
tives, relatives, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Burford and
family. They are making the -trip in
their car.

Miss Fredricka Meyer of Savannah,
who is the guest of her friend, Ade Adeline
line Adeline Malever, was the honoree of a
delightful party given by the mother
of her hostess at her home on Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha avenue yesteiday afternoon.
Dancing was the feature of the occas occasion,
ion, occasion, the music being furnished by Miss
Dorothy Lancaster at the piano, and
by the victiola. Seasonable refresh refreshments
ments refreshments of fruit, lemonade and cake

wore served, and those enjoying this

party were: Lora arid Doris Thomas,
Lois and Eugene Robertson, Uva and
Anna Burton, Mabel and Leon Gold Goldman,
man, Goldman, Martha Preer, Katie DeCamp,

Violet Jones, Irene Henderly and
Natalie Minshall.

Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Van Horn and
five children of Jackson, Mich., who
have been touring the east coast in
their car, and who have been the
guests of the former's brother, Mr. J.
L Van Horn on Orange avenue, have
taken an apartment at the residence

"Happiness a la Mode," at the

Temple today, is a refreshing light
comedy featuring the popular Con

stance Talmadge. The story carries
a lesson to married couples presented
in a telling and entertaining manner.
In this role Miss Talmadge is at her
best in the part of a young wife who
believes in letting her husband have
al' the freedom h edesires, but finds
that it is best in the end to pay as

much attention to her husband as to
her powder puffs. In addition to to tomorrow's
morrow's tomorrow's feature, there will be a Tom

Mix comedy.

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. tf

An unusual occurrence took place
near Blitchton Sunday. Tom Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, a colored man, had his horse
tied under a tree a short distance
fiom his home, when a storm came up.
Tom's boy went .to bring the horse in
and was near the animal when the
wind blew his hat off and sent it spin spinning
ning spinning along the ground. The boy turn turned
ed turned and ran after his hat and had gone
but a" few yards whena thunderbolt
struck the horse and killed him. If
the boy hadn't been running after his
hat when the lighting struck, he

would have been untying the horse i

and almost certainly killed. Strange

to say, the tree the horse was tied to
was not touched by the electric fluid.

Sessue Hayakawa at the Temple
last night in "The Courageous Cow Coward,"
ard," Coward," played a role in which he dis displayed
played displayed his unusual athletic attain attainments
ments attainments and excellent taste in clothes.
Hayakawra has the reputation of being
the best tailored man in the motion
picture colony in California. In this
picture he was ably supported by
Tsuru Aoki, otherwise Mrs. Hayakawa.

I

0lh

What
Is Wise

Spending ?
Wise spending is the founda foundation
tion foundation of intelligent saving.
We must spend to live; just
as we must wrork to earn.
If we spend foolishly, we get
less for our work, have less to
save, less to spend in the future.
Wise spending means that we
think before we spend. Then
we buy, to our ability, what we
really need today. But we wise wisely
ly wisely hold some money, for tomor tomorrow's,
row's, tomorrow's, or next month's, or next
year's needs or unforeseen em emergencies.
ergencies. emergencies. Wise spending .gives us more
for our wrork now, and leaves
more money for future spend spending.
ing. spending. It is getting full value in
goods, comforts, service, ad advancement,
vancement, advancement, and fun.
War Savings Stamps are a
wise purchase.
MONROE & CHAMBLiSS
NATIONAL BANK
Ocala Florida

Dr. and Mrs. Harry Walters expect
to leave the early part of next week
fov Boston, where Dr. Walters will
take a post graduate course at Har Harvard
vard Harvard University, making a specialty
of X-ray work, skin and kidney dis diseases.
eases. diseases. Dr. and Mrs. Walters expect
to be gone six weeks and will probab probably
ly probably take an apartment near the uni university.
versity. university. The friends of Miss Ellen Stripling
will be glad to hear that that charm charming
ing charming young lady will probably be home
Saturday. She is at present visiting
friends in Bessemer, Ala. The write write-up
up write-up of a social gathering in honor of
Miss Stripling, accompanied by her
picture, appeared last week in one of
the Bessemer papers.
The O. K. Grocery is rapidly mov moving
ing moving back to its former stand, corner
West Fort King and South Main. The

traces of the fire have been removed
and the always neat store will look
better than ever.

Mrs. E. G. Rivers, who has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
M. Moore, stopped in Alachua on her
way to her home in Tallahassee for a
visit to her husband's people, Mr.
Rivers meeting her in that place.

Mrs. P. J. Theus, who has ,been in
Jacksonville visiting her mother for
some time past, in back again in
Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. Theus have an
apartment at the residence of Mrs.
IVrdue on Fort King avenue.

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gary and chil children
dren children will return to Daytona tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow after spending the past ten days

in Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. Gary have an
apartment in Daytona for the season.
Infoimation has reached Ocala of
the death in St. Augustine of Miss
Alice Lynn Lewis, who spent some
time in Ocala two winters ago, and
boarded at Mrs. J. W. Davis'. Miss
Lewis was a sister of Mrs. J. B. Floyd

In Olde

'Where

CigtJrettelobacco

was uom

w v. -:yL

J mm 0 ViiS

hearing that the notorious pirate

John Thccch called 'Dlack BearcT had way waylaid
laid waylaid a tobacco ship off the Ccpes, Lieutenant
Maynard put to cea and encountered him in
Pimlico Bay, Nov. 21, 1718. Maynard boarded
the pirate brig and slew Black Beard with his
own hanu before the pirate Coxswain could
succeed in blowing up both vessels by touch
uij off a powder keg."
Cooko'a VIRGINIA.

M1CC

that I

55

Virginia tobacco has every quality that a
good cigarette tobacco should possess flavor,
fragrance and body plus a certain "liveliness
of taste" that other tobaccos do not hava
That is why Virginia does not need to be
mixed with other tobaccos, but tastes best
smoked straight, in an all-Virginia cigarette.
If you want all of that rich Virginia flavor
and that lively, different taste, smoke Pied Piedmonts.
monts. Piedmonts. These cigarettes are made entirely
from Virginia and from the choicest selections

of the Virginia crop.

-

i 1 1

NOTE Virginia tobacco, unlike foreign-grown
tobaccos, has no Import duty to pay. That is
why Piedmont's quality does not cost you more.
Import duty does not make a cigarette taste any
better. Why not get all your rency's worth ia
tobacco quality?

1 0 for 9c
30 for !8c

of St. Augustine and of J. Stuart
Lewis of Tallahassee, who was at her
sister's bedside when death came. The
interment will take place at Millwood,
near Ocala, in the family burial
giound. Miss Lewis was well known
in Ocala and a member of the Ocala
Woman's Club.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS.

I WANTED To rent furnished house.
; Permanent. C. G. Rose, Lake Weir,
I la. 19-Gt

HAVE YOU Bead Mr. Gabel's letter
printed elsewhere in this paper? If
net, don't fail to read it thoughtfully
and it will profit you in many ways.

FOR RENT Two or three rooms for
light hou?c-koepinir. Phone 40S or call
at 115 Orange avenue. 18-Ct
Wouldn't Scare Doggie.
Margaret was desperately afraid of
dngs. As she saw ne approaching,
the other day. she ran to her father,
trying to hide beside him, saying:

"Pupa, let me bid.- by you till doggie

1)om iit- a tin u in ui me.

l!lllr
!

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Use the Star's Unclassified Column

I Keep out the moths with Cedar
! Compound, 23 cents the package at
Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Fifty-Fifty.
Another thing when a lady walks

,4ie street leading a harnf ssed dog,
arhieh gets the most adrertising?
jalveston News.

Besides
Ocala's Favorite,
Butternut
Bread

We Make a Most Delicious
Layer Cake, Doughnuts, Macaroons,
Pound Cakes, Chocolate Cakes, Rolls, Etc.
TRY OUR CINNAMON BUNS
Carter's Bakery n. Main st.
"The Old Reliable OCALA, FLORIDA

An ad. in the Star will bring you cxx returns on the investment. Try it.



SIX

OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1919

NOTICE OF MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL FOR PUBLIC HEARING ON
BUDGET

Th

At the regular meeting of the city council of the city of Ocala, to be held

on Tuesday, September 2nd, 1919, at 8 o'clock p. m., the council will sit for j

the purpose of hearing such arguments as may be made touching upon the

budget of the citv of Ocala to be adopted

October 1, 1919, which said budget follows:
RECEIPTS
Et. 1918-19
Licenses 3,G74.87
Police court fines 1,230.70
Pound fees 9 292.30
Delinquent personal taxes 497.45
Interest on deposits 79.51
Tax redemptions 2,986.33
Market and house rent 493.35
Paving assessments 1,337.88
Sewer department fees 483.75
Sale of sanitary cans 188.00
Sanitary can services 293.85
Road tax (county) 5,151.77
Miscellaneous sales 50.00
TOTAL
Transfers from light and water
fund to general fund (being the
amount of interest and sinking
fund on light and water bond
issues.)

for the fiscal year commencing

Est. 1919-20
4,000.00
1,250.00
300.00
500.00
75.00
3,000.00
500.00
1,000.00
500.00
50.00
300.00
5,000.00

100.00

SEWER

Salaries :
Councilman at 5 per month..
City manager at 'll:li
Plumbing inspector at sluu...
Labor
Water: (For sewerage sy.-tem at
$11 per month (flushes sewers
every 48 hours)
Miscellaneous
TOTAL (Sewer)

Department of Public Health
EXPENSES

Est. 191-19

TEMPLE ATTRACTIONS

Est. 1919-20

Constance
la Mode."

Talmage
Interna-

OO'O
1,200.0'

1.523.4
300.00

200.00

$16,759.76

$16,575.00

16,250.00

TOTAL

$32,825.00

The Department of Public Safety
EXPENSES

POLICE Est. 1918-19

Salary of councilman at $7.50
per month
Mayor at $15 per month
Chief of police at $125
Police at $80
Police .at $80
Special police
Witness fees, auto hire and sun sundry
dry sundry expense 425.00
Repairs on building
TOTAL (police)
The Department of Public Safety
EXPENSES

Est. 1919-20
90.00
180.00
1,500.00
960.00
960.00
310.00

4,000.00
500.00
50.00
4,550.00

The Department of Public Health
EXPENSES

HEALTH Est. 1918-19
Salary health officer at $100

per montn x,-uu.uu

Sundries

10.00

Est. 1919-20
1,200.00
25.00

Hospital:
Lighting
Heating .
Water ..
Building
debt .

1,210.00

fund for liquidating

F.est Room:
Maintenance
Miscellaneous

600.00
30.00
100.00
928.86

600.00

1,698.00

600.00

600.00
30.00
100.00
1,000.00

600.00
200.00

; iuesuay. iytn
! in "Happiness a

: ticnal News.
I Wednesday, 20th: Madeline Trav Trav-rs
rs Trav-rs in "When FateDecide." Tom Mix
i ccmedy.

i Thursdav, 21st: Douglas Fairbanks
132.00 i1 and Woolly." Mutt and Jeff.
25o!ooj Friday, 22nd: Tom Moore in. "Man
2,208.64 j and Money." Hearst News.
j Saturday, 23rd: Louis Bennison in
!"Oh, Johnnie." Sunshine comedy.
Monday, 25th: Billie Rhodes in

Tuesday, 26th: Marion Davis in
Getting Mary Married." Internation

al News.

Wednesday, 27th: "AH Baba and
the Forty Thieves." Sunshine comedy.
Thursday, 28th: Evelyn Nesbit in
"Woman, Woman." Mutt and Jeff.
Friday, 29th: Madge Kennedy in
"Daughter of Mine." Hearst News.
Saturday, 30th: Warren Kerrigan

1,225.00

1,730.00
800.00

POUND Est. 1918-19
Salary of stock impounder at
$85 Der month 1,020.00

Miscellaneous expense 157.93

TOTAL (pound)

$ 1,177.93

The Department of Public Safety
EXPENSES

Est. 1919-20
1,020.00

15U.UU

The Department of Justice
EXPENSES
Salaries: Est. 1918-19
Councilman at $15 per month.
Recorder at $25 per month. ...
Assistant recorder (estimated)
Citty attorney at $75 month ...
Miscellaneous
TOTAL (Justice) 1,366.92
The Department of Finance
EXPENSES
SALARIES Est. 1918-19
Councilman at $15 month
Tax coll. and Tr. at $75 month
Clerk and assessor at $95 mo.

Est. 1919-20
180.00
300.00
20.00
900.00

1,400.00
500.00
1,900.00

"A SPLENDID TONIC"

Sayi Hixscn La3y Vho, Oa Doc-
.... rr I rt 1

s Advice, lcoK Larcnu
And U Now Well

m 1

tcr s

ni "Drifters." Sunshine comedy.

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA

According to Both Railroad and Local
Time Schedules

R.

Seaboard Air Line

R. Time (Northbound) Local Time

$1,923.00

Est. 1919-20
180.00
900.00

1,140.00

2,220.00

$ 1,200.00

Est. 1918-19

Est. 1919-20

FIRE

Councilman at $7.50 per month
Chief at $100 per month
Fireman at $60 4
Fireman at $60
Fireman at $60
Sundry Expense:
Phone $6 per month
Clock at $1 per month
Laundry $2 per month
Gas $1 per month
Wood and coal
Ice
Park
. Polish and waste
Tools, paints, batteries, etc....
Insurance
Lighting for station
Water at $20 quarter Q()
Supplies and Repairs:
Expense (fire trucks)
Gasoline and oil
Tires for truck
Sheets, blankets, etc
Soda and acid
Improvements and reprs. bldg.
y 916.40
Equipment:
Payment on truck Jan. 1920 ...
Interest (payment on truck)..
Balance on small truck
Hose
2487.50

Hydrant Rental:
$715 a quarter (121 hydrants)
TOTAL (fire)

The Department of Public Safety
EXPENSES

Est. 1919-20

90.00
1,200.00
720.00
720.00
720.00
72.00
12.00
24.00
12.00
30.00
25.55
19.45
25.00
75.00
25.00
200.00
80.00

300.00
150.00
225.00
30.00
50.00
100.00

1,500.00
360.00
375.00
600.00

4,170.00

600.00

855.00

2,860.00

2,835.00
2,860.00
$11,320.00

Est. 1918-19
Public Lighting for Streets:
Street lamps
White way lighting
Building:
Insurance on restaurant bldg. 26.14
Repairs on buildings 50.00

3,339.96
48.00
26.14
100.00

STREET

Salaries
Councilman at $5 per month .
City manager at $22.22 month.
Street Supt. at $100 month. .
Labor
Feed (4 horses)
Sundry Expense:
Repairs street roller
Tools
Sundry repairs
Shoeing horses, etc
Street grates, dynamite, etc..
Tires and tubes (truck)
Gas and oil for trucks
Repairs on trucks
Water for sprinkling streets
(4285 tanks at .07)
Lumber
Insurance on rock crusher
Half insurance on barn,
wagons, etc .'
Abstracts (paving suits)
Court costs (paving suits)

76.14

The Department of Public Health
- EXPENSES
Est. 1918-19 Est. 1919-20

3,387.96

126.14

3,378.22
833.07

Truck . .
Miscellaneous

1,289.89
300.00

- 60.00
266.64
1,200.00
(2 horses)
500.00
30.00
75.00
30.00
200.00
150.00
500.00
250.00
300.00
25.00
15.00
10.47
50.00
50.00

1,526.64

5,000.00
600.00

Cement gutters .
TOTAL (Street)

2,185.47

1,250.00

300.00

10,862.11

2,500.00

$13,362.11

The Department of Public Health
EXPENSES

SANITARY

Salaries:
Councilman at $5 per month .
City manager at $22.22 month.
Labor
Feed (3 horses)
Truck
Sundry Expense:
Tools
Sundry repairs
Shoeing horses
Sundry supplies
Disinfectant
Hickory fiber
Printing notices, etc
Water for sweeping streets (78
tanks per montn at .07)
Half insurance on barn,
wagons, etc
Gas and oil for trucks
Expense on trucks
Tires for trucks

Est. 1918-19

5,008.98
835.00

Est. 1919-20
60.00

266.64
(4 horses)

Miscellaneous Expense:
Election expenses
Interest on notes

Telegrams
Telephone city hall at $3
Files, stationery, Stamps and
miscellaneous supplies
Advertising: Notices, printing
and blanks
Recording (county clerk) ....
Books
Auditing books
Sundries
Lighting city hall
Half insurance city hall bldg.

Sundries

Paying up loan
Advertising Marion county

TOTAL (Finance) ..

1,352.42

35.00
200.00
15.00
37.50
100,00
250:00
25.00
100.00
300.00
100.00
24.00
17.42

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Hixson. Tenn. "About 10 years ago
I was...'' sayf Mrs. i. B. Gadd, of
this p!.- cc. "I suffered with a pain In
tny left s'.-2, could not sleep at night
with this pain, always In the left
side. .
My doctor told rae to use CarduL I
took one bottle, which helped me and
after mv baby came, I was stronger
and better, but the pain was still
there.
I at first let It go, but began to get
weak and In a run-down condition,
bo I decided to try some more CarduL
which I did.
This last Cardul which I took made
tne much better, In fact, cured me. It
has been a number of years, still I
have no return of this trouble.
I feel It was Cardul that cured me,
md I recommend it as a SDlendid fe fe-jaale
jaale fe-jaale tonic."
Don't allow yourself to become
weak and run-down from womanly
troubles. Take Cardul. It should sure surely
ly surely help you, as it has so many thou thousands
sands thousands of other women In the past 40
years. Headache, backache, sideache,
nervousness, sleeplessness, tlred-out
feeling, are all signs of womanly trou trouble.
ble. trouble. Other women get relief by taking
CarduL Why not you? All druggists.
NC-123

1,203.92
200.00
5,000.00
500.00
$ 9,123.92

Recapitulation

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY:

Police:

Salaries .' $ 4,000.00
Witness fees, etc 500.00
Repairs building 50.00

Pound:

Salary 1,020.00
Miscellaneous i an an

Fire:

Salaries 4,170.00
Sundry expense 600.00
Supplies and repairs 855.00
Equipment 2,835.00
Hydrant rental 2.860.00

Lighting: For streets
Building: Miscellaneous
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH:'

Street:

Labor 5,000.00
Salaries 1,526.64
Feed 600.00
Sundry expense 2,185.47
Truck 1,250.00
Miscellaneous 300.00
Cement gutters 2,500.00

Sanitary:

Salaries 326.64
Labor 5,000.00
Feed 1,200.00
Truck 1,250.00
Sundry expense .' . 1,361.59
Drainage 5,800.00

Sewer:

Salaries 1,526.64
Labor 300.00
Water 132.00
Miscellaneous 250.00
Health:
Salary 1,200.00
Miscellaneous 25.00
Hospital :
Lights and water 730.00
Building fund 1,000.00
Rest Room:
Maintenance 600.00
Miscellaneous 200.00
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE:
Salaries 2,220.00
Miscellaneous expense 1,203.92
Sundries 200.00
Paying up loan 5,000.00
Advertising Marion county 500.00
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE:
Salaries ." 1,400.00
Miscellaneous 500.00

Est. 1919-20

4,550.00

1,200.00

11,320.00 11,320.00-3,387.96
3,387.96 11,320.00-3,387.96 126.14

20,584.10

13,362.11

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t( Sunny Jim): From Wilcox, Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday.

t(Sunny Jim): From Lakeland.

Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Oklawaha Valley

(Southbound)
Ar. Lv. Ar.
l:00p No. 71 12:00p
(Northbound)
3:30p No. 72

GLASS OF SALTS IF

Lv.
2:16a
2:35p
9:13p
Lv.
6:10a
6:40a
2:25p
Mon-

Wil-

Lv.

S:45p

Lv.

2:30p

NOTICE

14,938.23

2,208.64

1,225.00

1,730.00

800.00 34,263.98

I have purchased the B. & B. Cafe,

and all bills charged to said concern,

!or to Mostris & Amahouzos, must be

presented for settjeemnt within thir
ty days from this date.
ANGELO FOTO,
Ocala, Fla.

August 12, 1919. 12-tues-5t

Fresh lettuce
Stroud's.

and

celery at
18-tf

W. A.

YOUR

KDNHS

HU

T

Eat lea neat if you feel Backachy or
have Bladder trouble Salts
fiae for Kidneys.

Meat forms uric acid which excites
and overworks the kidneys in their efforts
to filter it from the system. Regular eat eaters
ers eaters of meat must flush the kidneys occa occasionally.
sionally. occasionally. You must relieve them like you
relieve your bowels; removing all the
acids, waste and poison, else you feel a
dull misery in the kidney region, sharp
pains in the back or sick headache, diz dizziness,
ziness, dizziness, your stomach sours, tongue is
coated and when the weather is bad you
have rheumatic twinges. The urine is
cloudy, full of sediment; the channels
often get irritated, obliging you to get
up two or three times during the night.
To neutralize these irritating acids
and flush off the body's urinous waste
get about four ounces of Jad Salts
from any pharmacy; take e table table-spoonful
spoonful table-spoonful in a glass of water before break breakfast
fast breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will
then act fine and bladder disorders dis disappear.
appear. disappear. This famous salts is made from
the acid of grapes and lemon juice, com combined
bined combined with lithia, and has been used for
generations to clean and stimulate slug sluggish
gish sluggish kidneys and stop bladder irritation.
Jad Saltfl is inexpensive; harmless and
makes j lelightful effervescent lithia lithia-water
water lithia-water drink which millions of men and
women take now and then, thus avoiding
serious kidney and bladder diseases.

Main aud Adams Streets
H Rooms by day, single, fl and $1.50
y Private Baths $1.50 and COO

W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala;
Florida. tf

amounts to

1,147.20

9,123.92

1,900.00

TOTAL

$65,872.00

Carnegie Free Public Library
EXPENSES

326.64
5,000.00
1,200.00
1,250.00

875.00

10.00
75.00
30.00
75.00
100.00
30.00
15.00
66.12
10.47
500.00
300.00
150.00

1,361.59
9,138.23
5300.00
$14,938.23

Est. 191&V19
Salary of librarian at $40 month.
Janitor at $8.33 month . '.
Insurance
Water, $3.75 per quarter
Lights
Fuel
Stationery
Repairs and incidentals
Lawn
Miscellaneous
Magazines
775.63

Est. 1919-20
480.00
100.00
15.00
15.00
36.00
50.00
10.00
47.00
18.00
179.00
50.00

1,000.00

Amount needed according to estimated budget for
the departments of Public Safety, Health, Justice
and Finance $ 65,872.00
Less estimated receipts, including transfers from
light and water fund to 'general fund to take care
of interest and sinking fund for bonds light and
water plants f 32,825.00
Amount to be raised by taxation for general fund.
Total valuation of property as per 1919 tax roll. .$3,824,000.00
To take care of the general fund it will require a
levy of 8 7-10 mills on the foregoing assessment,
which amounts to
Amount to be raised for Carnegie free public library
A levy of 3-10 of a mill on assessed valuation ;

33,047.00

33,268.80

1,000.00

Amount to be raised by taxation for sinking fund
to retire bonds, also amount for the bond interest
fund
General Bonds: $45,000 issued 20-yearl bonds. Balance
not redeemed $22,000, due in January, 1925 ($2000
of issue heretofore provided for)

Sinking fund for $20,000 of general bonds 2,500.00
Water Works Bonds: $100,000 issued 20-year bonds.
Sinking fund for water works bonds 5,000.00

Sewer Bonds: $100,000 issued. Due $33,000 in ten

years, $33,000 in twenty years, $34,000 in thirty
years.

Sinking fund for sewer bonds 3,300.00

Electric Light Bonds: $75,000 issued. Due S25.000

in 10 yrs., $25,000 in 20 yrs., $25,000 in 30 yrs..

Sinking fund for eelctric light bonds 2,500.00

Total amount to be raised for the sinking fund

A levy of 3 mills on assessed valuation amounts to.

Proportionate part of uncollected taxes and interest
on sinking fund to be credited to the sinking fund.

Amount to be raised for interest fund for bonds:
General bonds 1,000.00
Water works bonds 5,000.00
Sewer bonds 5.000.00

Electric light bonds 3,750.00
Total amount to be raised for interest fund for
bonds

13,300.00
11,472.00

14,750.00
17,208.00

A levy of 4 mills on assessed valuation amounts to

Total to be raised for all purposes:

General fund 33,047.00

Carnegie library fund 1,000.00
Sinking fund 13,300.00
Interest fund 14,750.00

Total estimated to be raised for all purposes:

General fund 8 7-10 mills
Carnegie library fund 3-10 mills
Sinking fund 3 mills
Interest fund ......44 mills

62,097.00

Total 16 mills
A levy of 16 mills on assessed valuation amounts to $ 63,096.00
Be It Resolved, by the city council of the city of Ocala, That whenever it
appears that there is a surplus in one of the departments herein provided
for one department and a deficit in another one of the departments herein
prdvided for another department, the council may order the transfer of any
such deficit or surpluses to any other department or departments showing
such defit or deficits.
This August 5th, 1919. By order of the council.
H. C. SISTRUNK, City Clerk.

t

f

Drainage
TOTAL (Sanitary)



SEVE3"

OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1919

public road, thence w thru sees 29 and

"0 in tp 14 s r 280 e to

with

i x WiUJiiaoiUlua n-ihliV rnH thon r trim cpi: 9Q nnH the FUcal Year Fading fp-

Jiunuay, iuiy j.si. civiamcr rantres rj ana zu. tnence aue an l ovt-r.-

;.uray coriimii5s.or.fer.-j. rud'i
infection
';t:irr f-r.-oii-, roi-1 in.--pfec:-tior.
.
Material
DynamU.-, f is---, !': ...
T-iji an-i n:acr.in.-ry. eo-t a:, i
r- .na:r.--

an w mru sees z-4, z ana zz in tp l-t s
' 1il T -.- l:

nriaik out the be:t roi
petitioned for above-:

com-and

jte for the road

A. Lanier, B.

lilitch and Elbert Miils.

petition ha',
ented a.kin;r

: Com.
-1 in
riin- t'.

or
rV.f.

he:

!

of

tn
e -;o
t-a .-.t

tK- Ocala an
Rt-dtiieK, and
was appotrte
the be..t rout

Frank Duprce,

I Rou.
Notary bond of T

p una
.-w cor

aiesont roa

the foilo
i to view
i for the

W. A.

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: o.:i,
2 0, in!
'..

and

:ofore

roa'i a a-of
of a-of -.( l.i
i. thence
of :--r: ;t,

"nence e
ito: sect in it
: oad at
committee

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. 6.OOO.O0

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T.O-.Oo

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proposed road:
Voun'r and S.

r inn u ii l

V-; r

Out.tnl Out.tnl-Fuiial,
Fuiial, Out.tnl-Fuiial, Ma Math
th Math Fi'nl

UiiiM.iu it-nilr :0,

i if;
for

The board re-convened

Diembera present

lhe board decided to go to various Standard depot, the following
sections of the county and view the .mittee was appointed to view

conditions of real estate, etc., with a
view to proper equalization of assess assessments
ments assessments and proceeded to can v the

above into eeffct. A
The board re-convened Tuesday, !jS k

July 22, with all members present.
State Engineer G. L. Barnes ap appeared
peared appeared before the board and entered
into an agreement to i epair the Dixie
highway with the auto license money
due the county, provided the county
will spend an equal amount on same.
The proposition 'was accepted by the
board, the state to allow the county
$14 per day depreciation on truck and
tractor, and the gasoline and oil to
be paid for equally by both parties.

The board then continued its sur-! proved,
vey of the real estate in the county, j The board designated the Ocala

The board re-convened Wednesday, : Banner as the publication to print the!

July

Carn

continued its survev of the real es-i HilU for S7 J0 pach. from the Ocala L September :unb, l20:

, .. . J'remiums

tate oi the county. ; Fanner and the htar Publishing Co.,;
The board re-convened Thursday, i against the Dunneilon special road I
July 24, with all members present. j and bridge district weie presented:

Bond of Barnes Construction Co., an(i anmov-d bv the board and order-! Contingencies

j.i e o 1 r trt : A i.,, 4.1,. i -c i

111 tne sum oj sigucu uy mc e, sent to me trustees xor paineiiL. $ 4000.00
principals and W. H. Rou, J. YJ Mr. G. W. Nevilie, representing the i The board re-convened Tuesday,!
Barnes, A. M. Robinson and C. E. ;tiustees of the Dunneilon special road ; August 12, with Commissioners Rog-;
Robinson conditioned for the faithful anj bridge district, presented a report 1 e, s, Carn, Hutchins and Davis pres-'
performance of their contract dated Gf the business handled by said 'trus- j er.t, and continued the equalization of i
July 15, 1919, was presented, bearing tees during their term, which report : tax assessments. j

U T. Hall 1.240.00 1.640.00 ol A S 3b T 16 R
Irvine Crau- and 23 .. .. 300.00
iJask.t Co 1 1.300.00 14.000.00 Anna C. Martsolff:
:'ir::n anl Co 780.00 1,000.00 14 A S 26 T 16 n
ii A. M-t l'..vs ""30.00 600.00 630.00
J. ilfer. . 23o.'.'0 6U0.00 j J. I. Martsolff:
M J.-. .. ry Co.. 3. !'.'. ... 20.00'J 00 1 l: A S 26 T 16 R
i-- C J-iri t:, v C'j 2. .":.'' .'. TiOOy.'.".' 2.'. 300.00
f i it rt :ll-o.-'t -: C-j. 2. .oo 6,of'o.o0 !.' .. Corlrey:
S. U P'r. :y 2.i: :.' 4.4v".oo : :."o A S J T 13 II
.5. 'J. Ij .ij.r.-- l.oo.0v 3.200.00 24 800.00
:r M. i'.. : . 2oo.0o UOo.Oo .1 I; Avvry:
I. liou 1. ."' oo 2.00" "0 .i i T 16 U 24 S00.U0
; '.', I:.:.--.. 1 .'','.: 2.'.'"'.' 0o J : : i r. t :
''..-":. is "! t. -..r 1 ::o"o 1.4ov'."o ; a a ,:2 T 13 R
" !. i" a r. r. j . TI-i l.llo "ii ( . 400.00
N'- : :...'. : 3 is ,- r.r .mt Fru.t
i': i : : '"' o a uo T

rotnts to begin at September meetings

1,400.00 j The board thereupon adiourned to

mppt Monaav. aeDt. isi. a

f 7 A

1.6&0.00 -tirh time thev will hear complaints

'frcm taxpayers concerning assess assess-1.200.00
1.200.00 assess-1.200.00 RientSf raises, etc.
i O. II. Rogers, Chairman.

Attest: P. II. Nugent, Cler.k

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3.o0o."0 ;
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1.000.00
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OCA

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RATERHAL

ORDERS

ORDER Ur EASTERN STAR

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a 1 1 l a t

o Aemp was ap-

'i

1 buiMinr
roai war-

rt:r.-;

warrants
rc-tire val:'laieil

rants
To rf;tir-f intf-rest coupons
Continencife.-r

$ 3,000.00
8.300 00
3,81 2.' '.8
1,300.00

M.
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H.
W.
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it uuaiu ic-tuiiiciitu in.uiii..;uj IJcUilit"! tliC UUIILanwiI C'J pixjti. i ?
23, with Commissioners Rogers, general laws enacted at the last ses- K-ipenej., .Kri-ui-
' . i 1 , . ; iral I iiidI, 3Iiirioii onuty,
i, Davis and Talton present, and ; glon Gf the legislature. I for the fui-.-m Vear Kudinic

for agricultural

jirolucts
''junty 'iernon-tration acnt.
L'ojklct un agricultural interests

.Ms...
f 1 ri

M.!l-r
u r r. r
S'-ckin 'er . .
Will: a
N-lson
Zetroii'.-r ....
I i.t wis

.-:u roiiso v"0 .Mavo .
I .1 K. H.tr:s..ri
K- ila lr-n Works .
jj Ii. Simontun
! l'unnellon I'hos-
1,300.0! phate C-
1.400.00 r.uttt-nha.-ii Co.
I Sciiillman .v- lieiie..

'ani)' Phosphate Co

.?20,812.1'8 i-

300.00
600.00

Car:nicnr 1

heir.s

.: .! '. "O : v L. l:..n-rt.
: .- o '.' :.'.".'.. )" '; i j t i K
l..-""."o u.'-'i-' Oo i t 130.00
3"".oo :oii if j i;i. k-.
'."O.oo 2.120 00 ; .i .s l T 13 R 24 4 30.00
l.ooo.oo 1.3oo. 0o j p. T. Kin-i all:
soo.oo 1.2oo 00- 1" A 2Z T 14 R
TO.oO lojy.00 t 24 30.00
Soo.uo 1.21O.00 I T W". R.in.lall:
S'O.OO l,23o.OO ?' A '3 T 14 R
400.00 3no. 00 i 2 4 130.00
l.ooO.OO l.SOo.OOiJ. H. M.tth-ws:
O0.00 2.40O.00 3 A S 2i T 10 R 22 40.00
1.120.00 1,600.00 1- .Mathf.vs;
I.OTO.OO 1.4l0.o0 A S 2i T 16 R 22 700.00
1 jo On 20, 20". 00 1. N. D L.oTii;:
"800!00 1,8:0.00 lo A S 23 T 16 Ii
2 3 260.00
16.800.00 20,800.00 Wm. Snyder:
13 000.00 18.000.00 3 A ,S 26 T 16 Ii 23 130.00
6"230.00 10,000.00 Ashor Adam.s:
7,300.00 12,000.00 3 A S 23 T 16 Ii 23 100.00
00.00 7.300.00 J. N. Marshall:
2.300.00 4.000.00 3 A S 23 T 16 R 23 300.00
J. C. Wheeler:
3 A S 23 T 16 R 23 30.00
tate p. a. Norton:

Ocila Chapter No. 29. O. E.
meets t Yonge's hall the second and

; fourth Thursday evenings of each
oo oo : month at 8 o'clock.
Mr. Isabel Wesson, W. IL

Mr. Susan Cook. Secretary.

4 30.OO
i
330.00
.. I
..00. 00 t

i
I

ODD FELXOWS

the recommendation of acceptance of j the board ordered audited.

the trustees of the Dunneilon special j The board adjourned to meet at 9
road and bridge district, was' consid-i 0 clock a. m., August 6th.

ered and accepted.
The following bonds were approv approved:
ed: approved: Henry Gordon, deputy sheriff; R.
F. Shortridge, for license to carry
pistol; S. J. McCully as notary public.
Having completed its survey of the
real property of the county, the board
proceeded to gather information con concerning
cerning concerning the assessment of different
properties.
The board re-convened Friday, July
25, and continued the gathering of in information
formation information concerning assessments.
The board re-convened Saturday,
July 26, with all members present,
and continued the gathering of infor information
mation information concerning assessments.
The board re-convened Monday,
July 28, 'and continued gathering in information
formation information concerning assessments.
The board re-convened Tuesday,
July 29, and continued the gathering
of information concerning assessments.

The board re-convened Wednesday,
July 30, and continued gathering in information
formation information concerning assessmnets.
The board re-convene'd Thursday,
July 31st, and continued gathering in information
formation information concerning assessments.
The board reconvened Friday, Aug.
1, and continued gathering informa information
tion information concerning assessments.
The board re-convened Saturday,
Aug. 2, with Commissioners Talton,
Cam and Davis present and continued
gathering information concerning as assessments.
sessments. assessments. The board re-convened Monday,
Aug. 4, and continued gathering in information
formation information concerning assessments.
The board re-convened Tuesday,
Aug. 5, with all members present.
The board ordered that warrant be
drawn for $150 upon the general fund,
in favor of Mclver & MacKay to ap

ply on contract for the construction
of toilets.
Petition was presented, signed by
citizens, asking for changes in road in
Sec 30, Tp 12, R 24, which was order ordered
ed ordered laid over until next meeting.
Petition, signed by freeholders, was
presented asking the board to open
road from Fairfield and Martin road,
running west three miles to connect
with Oldtown and Archer road, which
was ordered laid over until next meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Petition having heretofore been
pvesented asking for road upon the
following route, viz: Com at cor of S.
D. Atkinson's farm or lands, being at
a pt in the center of sec 29 tp 14 r 20
e and being at a pt in the center of

The board re-convened Wednesday,
August 6, with all members present.
The board transferred from the
general fund from account attorney
for county commissioners $300, and

account repairs to county buildings

$100 and from fine and forfeiture

The beard .re-convened Wednesday,!

Aug. 13th, Thursday, Aug. 14 and Fri Friday,
day, Friday, Aug. loth, and continued the
equalization of tax assessments.
The board decided to discontinue
the agricultural fund and to make no
levy for same in 1919 assessment.
The board continued the equaliza equalization
tion equalization of tax assessments.
The board re-convened Saturday,

OWNER
DESCRIPTION

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fund in account constables' cost bills; Aug. 16th, and continued the work of

equalization of tax assessments and
ordered that all raises in assessment
fiom tath made by the assessor 'be

I'erHOual Property

OWNER

$
Laun-

:ine

J. S. JUartin
Ocala Steam

dry
B. A. Weathers
Ocala Gas En

Works
Z. C. ChanVbliss .
J. E. Edwards
Fla. Utilities Co...
C. iiiieinauer Si Co.
Harrington Hall
Hotel
R E. Anderson....

I u i in n.-.

H. E. Borland
J. A. Bouvier
Mrs. Kate Brinkley
W. S. Bullock
W. R- Brice
Anthony Farms .

H. S. Barnwell....

DON'T EAT BREAKFAST
without
HOLLAND RUSK
The Dainty Dutch
Toasted Biscuit.
Is made of fresh eggs, pure pasteuriz pasteurized
ed pasteurized milk and cream, baked and toasted
to a rich golden brown. Light, crisp
and flaky with a delicious distinctive
flavor. A pleasing substitute for
heavy biscuit and rolls. Especially
beneficial for those who suffer from
indigestion, constipation and kindred
complaints. Order a package today.
15 cents

$300, and from the contingency ac account
count account in the outstanding indebtedness
fund, $1100; $40 to record books and

$40 to postage in the general fund; published, as follows

f200 to gasoline and oil, $1320 to free
libor: $100 to bridcre tenders and fer-t

rymen in the road fund, and $100 to
contingencies in the fine and forfeit forfeiture
ure forfeiture fund. The board ordered that
$1000 in cash be transferred from the
road fund to sub-road district No. 1
fund to reimburse said fund for funds
heretofore transferred from it, and
directed the clerk to write the comp comptroller
troller comptroller and request that he approve

said transfers.
The tax assessor appeared and ten tendered
dered tendered the assessment rolls for levy of
1919 to the board and the board pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to equaliez assessments as
made by the assessor.
The board ordered that bills of the
Ocala Banner for $4.50 and $5 and
bills of the Star Publishing Co. for
$4.50, $5 and $26.25 and bill of the
Chronicle for $7.50, incurred in con connection
nection connection with the Marion County Fair
election matter be paid.
The board ordered that the gas

company be directed to disconnect its ; M; G. Bateman

service at the courthouse. I. b. Brinson

The county depository, county,' ). Brinson

1 1 i 11A I i.: VOU

juuge, snenn, tax couector, jusutes
of the peace and inspectors of marks
and brands filed reports.
The following warrants were order ordered
ed ordered drawn to cover bills duly examined,
passed and ordered paid, to-wit: Gen General
eral General fund, $3202.83; fine and forfeit forfeiture
ure forfeiture fund, $460.65; road fund, $4477.03;

state aid road fund, $243.11; agricul agricultural
tural agricultural fund, $138.33.
Warrant No. 997 favor F. Thomas
on road fund for $8.13 was ordered
cancelled.
The board re-yohvened Thursday,
August 7th, and proceeded with the

equalization of tax assessments.
The board re-convened Friday, Aug.
Sth, and continued the equalization
of tax assessments.
The board re-convened Saturday,
August 9th, and continued the equali equalization
zation equalization of tax assessments.
The board re-convened Monday,
August 11, and continued, the equali equali-TnTiYn
TnTiYn equali-TnTiYn nf fay asspssments. The fol-

i 4. r r r i an. uraKe

lowing estimaics ui cAcuaca iui tllcCJeo. Edmiston

H. A. Fausett
CV A. Fort
Marcus Frank
F I Gadson
Mrs. Gussie Gallant
A. G. Gates
J. J. Gerig : .
Geo. Giles & Co
Ti Goldman
Mrs. O. T. Green. .
E. N. Green
W. W. Harris-
F. E. Harris
E. T. Helvenston..

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K J
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S
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c
cr

OS 3
3 O Cu
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1 3-cr

700.00 1,400.00

Ii. C. Gail
John Moore
B. Brinson
J. N. Brinson
W. C. Townsend ..
Harmon Hall
Turner Bros
George Pasteur .
C. Pasteur

J. B. Hall 2,600.00
J. L. Miller 660.00
J. E. Pelot 120.00

Sylvester Smith .
H. E. Shearer

Souter
Martin

1,800.00
730.00
1.000.00
1,000.00
2,100.00
4,000.00
18,000.00
3,000.00
1,300.00
200.00
300.00
100.00
300.00
800.00
300.00
5,450.00
200.00
880.00
230.00
180.00
100.00
120.00
110.00
130.00
100.00
880.00
1,000.00
2,350.00
2,400.00
1.900.00

200.00

H. D.
E. E.
H. P.
Ollie
A W.
N. A.
W H.
L. D.

uriggs
Fort
Fort
Fort
Fore
Marsh

David Sellers
C. Stanaland .

W. Roberts.
B. Roberts
O. Cordrey
P. Lamb .
C. Eamb .
L. Prine .
J. Hall
H. Red diner

Geo. T. Leak .

Heirs of E. C.
ley
D. W. Davis

W
E.
&
C.
E.
T.
R.

Pas-

fiscal year 1919-1920 were made and

ordered published:
Estimate Expenses, General Fund, Mar Marlon
lon Marlon County, for the Fiscal Year End End-tug
tug End-tug September 30th, 1D20:
Salary of clerk as auditor, de depository
pository depository account, etc $ 1,980.00
Per diem and mileage, county
commissioners 1,400.00
Attornev for commissioners. 600.00
Supervisors of registration.. 1,200.00
County physician 720.00
Repairs to county buildings.. 1.500.00
Furniture and fixtures 100.00
Janitors 1,320.00
Eights, fuel and water 1,100.00
Insurance . 1,500.00
Allowance to paupers 4,000.00
Coroner's inquests 200.00
Insanity inquests 200.00
General stationery, blanks,
etc 400.00
Record books 500.00
Advertising required by law. 800.00
Commission., tax assessor. . 2,800.00
Commissions, tax collector... 2.8o0.00
Postage .. 300.00
Sheriff, general court work.. S00.00
Expenses of elections 1.200.00
Hospital account 300.00
Widows' pensions 4.000.00
Contingencies 2.600.00
Dipping vat construction, etc. 7,'jOO.OO

?36, 220.00

Send us your order for

ORANGE-CRUSH. Don't s

overlook this refreshing
drink these HOT DAYS.

O.K.TEAPO

Estimate Expenses Fine anil
Forfeiture Fund, Marion
County, for the Fiscal Year
Ending September .M), 1020:

heriffs and deputys' cost

bills $

Constable's cost bills
Clerk circuit court cost bills..
County judge's cost bills
Justice peace cost bills
Prosecuting attorney county)
Witness fees

Court stenographer

Sheriffs commissions un fines
Feeding prisoners

j Discharge- money paid con con-'
' con-' vl i

.Jurors
Jr.. lav juvenile court
Contingencies

Mrs. A. M. Holder.

Mrs. E. M. Howard
Dr. W. K. Lane
Dr. E. G. Lindner..
George MacaKy .
J. M-alever
If. B. Masters Co..
McCrory Store Cor Corporation
poration Corporation D. E. Mclver
Nasri Eros
John Needham ....
Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store
Court Pharmacy .
Tydings Co
Bitting v Co
Hayes and Guyr.n..
Chas. J. Fi-hel....
Ocala Star Publish Publishing
ing Publishing Co
Dr. J. E. Chace. .
E R. Chazal ami
Son Co
If. A. Davies
Colonial Hotel ....
V::r jh Abstract Co
l-'i-ri la '.":"! an-i

n

.300.00
4 00.00 j '-'
1 00.00
3 3o.'0 1 1 'v

i o o o

1 1

1 .000.00
100.00 :
150.00
2 oeo.oo
" !'"""'
1 "0.00 1 :

:;. m T-i
! Tucker
I e r

aia i t-ii.-.tla
Mfg.
:i !.
ing Co.
; r; -: ia n
lit:. Or-;
T. TVv

Mrw-Ka:.

i'ne

I ,o
V Pica

Di-v

2..000
1 0 o 0 0

; w
1 T

oo.o i

7,100.00

Phones

16 and 174

Estimtae Expenses, Iioad
Fund, Marion County, for

lea-ToM Ebr Co
i.-a Gro -try Co.
P. Crania 11

Div.s i: Ma r hews..
DeYore :v Young..
Dupree & Ausley .
E F. Forbes

1,830.00
380.00
130.00
680.00
340.00
750.00
700.00
470.00
330.00
510.00
50.00
720.00
320.00
710.00
570.00
150.00
200.00
1,200.00
00.00
5,300.00
950.00
3 200.00
800.00
300.00
250.00
1.100.00
450.00
4,000.00
1,500.00
200.00
1,630.00
2,200.00
1,500.00
5,600.00
500.00
650. Ou
100.00
1,000.00

2.300.1

2,300.

700.00
300.00
350.00
800.00
l.:o0.oo
18.5o0.0o
2,700.00
500.00
1,000.00
3 0 O.OO
2,500.00
2.300.00
2 000.00
200.00
SOO.oO
6 0 0 0 0
- l,00''.o0
1 ,o0o. 00
5 0 0 0 0
50.00
5 0 1.' 0
3 0 o o
4 o 0 1 o
1 .200.00
5 00. oo
2 5 o t
7 4 1 1 1 i i
M'il tJ't

j
1

4 i 1 1 i ti
8 V '" o
:'oo.o"
1 .4 00.0 )
l.OOO.oO
gr0 oo
700.00

2,300.00
1,000.00
1,500.00
1,200.00

2,300.00
5,000.00
30.000.00
4.000.00
2,000.00
350.00
400.00
300.00
500.00
1,000.00
350.00
7,650.00
400.00
1.080.00
24)0.00
460.00
470.00
250.00
300.00
270.00
180.00
1,520.00
1,900.00
5,150.00
6.400.00
3,300.00

1,000.00
5,000.00
1,320.00
320.00
3,030.00
810.00
500.00
760.00
700.00
820.00
900.00
570.00
550.00
700.00
400.00
1,050.00
600.00
1,270.00
690.00
200.00
500.00
2,000.00
230.00
16.920.00
3,350.00

Paris Hector
Lot 5 block 13 S
29 T 17 R 24 $
Mrs. Rosana Gary:
3 acres S 29 T 17
R 24 .. ..
J M. Douglas:
Elk 19 S 29 T 17
R 24, 7 acres S 22
T 17 R 24. 9 acres
S 21 T 17 R 24..
Grace W. Farns Farns-worth:
worth: Farns-worth: 17 acres S
21 T 17 R 24
Mrs. I. W. Buffum:
17 acres S 20 T 17
R 24
L T. Clavvson:
17 acres 21 T 17
R24
A. S. J. McKlnney:
3 acres 21 T 17
R 24
10 A S 27 T 17 R
24
Mrs. A. M. Reed:
5 acres S 27 T 17
R4
S. D.MurreYl:
5 A S 27 T 17 R 24
A. N. Cameron:
30 A S 22 T 17 R
24
J. F. Simpson:
60 A S 34 T 17 R
24 .
G. Simpson:

10 A S 31 T 17 R
24
N. Mayo:
40 A S 26 T 17 R
24
W. Ii Coggins:
55 A S 26 T 17 R
2 4
W. T. Kelsey:
10 A S 21 T 17 R
24
V. P. Kelsey:
5 A S 21 T 17 R 24
S S. Knight:
137 A S 19 T 17 R
24
E. J. Lytle:
10 A S 22 T 17 R
24
Frank Lytle:
27 A S 16 and 21
T 17 R 24
Katherine C.
Spooner: 22 -A S
16 T 17 R 24
Geo. A. Miller:

80.00 300.00

600.00

800.00

300.00 1,500.00

2,500.00 3.000.00

1,000.00 3,000.00

630.00 1.300.00

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. Fn

500.00 ; meets every Tuesday evening in the

l.ooo.oo Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor oi
j the Star ooffice building at 8 o'clock
1.400.00 promptly. a warm welcome always
j extended to visiting brothers.

860.00 I TI P TuflFVnor. V fl

Jake Brown, Secretary.

300.00
2.000.00

400.00
300.00

850.00

2500.00

1.300.00
1,200.00

750.00 3.250.00

100.00 1,300.00

40.00

540.00

80.00 3,000.00

3,000.00 4,000.00

50.00
200.00

1,750.00
700.00

600.00 1 100.00

50.00

800.00

A S

T 17 R

Albertson:

A S 26 T 17

R

96

23.
F. C

23.
Miss
10

23 .
M. S. Carnahan:
10 A S 25 T 17 R

Alice Hope:

A S 25 T 17

100.00 1,350.00

3,000.00 4,000.00

500.00 2,250.00

3.000.00 6,000.00

7 R

100.00

850.00

100.00 1.350.00

if

R

R

R

R

4,800.00
1,000.00
400.00
450.00
2,100.00

550.00
6,000.00
2,500.00 I
300.00 :
2,630.00
5,200. a
2,000.00
8,600.00

600.00
850.00
300.00
2,000.00
10.3O0.00
2,500.00
900.00
'800.00
450.01
1.100.00
M.OOO 00

23,300.00

Central Fruit Co.:
50 A S 30 T 17 R
24 3,000.00
15 A S 30 T 17 R
24 .. 200.00

E. U. Sherman:
10 A S 30 T 17
24
W. E. Martin:
70 A S 19 T 17
24
Mechanics Dank:
154 A S 30 T 17
24

A. K. Willis:
6U A S 19 T

24 230.00
6 A S 30 T 17 R 24 200.00
T. Ii. Snook:

40 A S 30 T 17 R
24
Frank C. I.ryant:
10 A S 29 T 17 R
2 4
Frank C. Eryant:
30 A S 2 1 T 17 R
24 .
M. C. Wilson:
20 A S ZO T 17 R
2 1 .
.1. V.'. !:.,':
1 A S 21 T 17 R
2 1 ....
W F. Danztr:
10 A S 2 0 T 17 R
21
W. J. Johnson:
3 A S 29 T 17 R
24

Lizzie Jackson:

11,000.00
2,500.00

150.00 1.000.00
1,000.00 3,500.00
8.000.00 12.000.00

1,500.00
1,250.00

1.000.00 3,000.00
150.00 2.500.00
130.00 1,000.00
2,500.00 3.000.00

15 A S 25 T 16 R
.23 .
A Johnson:
5 A S 25 T 16-R 23
K G. McKinley:
10 A S 26 T 16 R
2a
James Rexwinkle:
5 A S 26 T 16 R 23
A. W. Devaney:
10 A S 25 T 16 R
23
airs. C. W. Holtz Holtz-claw:
claw: Holtz-claw: 22 A S 26
T 16 R 23
Hall Bros.:
10 A S 23 T 16 R
23
O M. Nobles:
5 A 45 25 T.16 R 23
Henry Bennett:
5 A S 25 T 16 R 23
F. E. Driver:
3 A S 25 T 16 R 23
A. R. Williams:
5 A S 25 T 16 R 23
G. A. Gibbens:
51 A S 31 T 17 R
26
J. B. Booth:

30. A is 28 T 17 R
26
Conger Bros.:
40 A S 28 T 17 R
26 ..
T. F. Johnson:
89 A S 21 T 17 R
26
Will Yancey:
30 A S 27 T 17 R
2 6 aa
Carl Gunther:
36 A S 27 T 17 R
26 ..
W. C. Britt:
20 A S 34 T 17 R
26
D. Holenger:
10 A S 36 T 17 R
26
C. M. Shultz:
50 A S 24 T 17 R
26
Mary Looser:
40 A S 13 T 17 R
26

Alexander Skinner:
10 A S 36 T 17 R
26 . 1,000.00
C. A. Vaughn:
40 A S 31 X 17 R
26 1,000.00
M. Rigdon:
80 A S 33 T 17 R
26 400.00
H. L Collens:
15 A S 31 T 17 R,
26 200.00
W. L. Smiley;
Lots S 10 T 13 R
25 . . 750.00
John Kendig:

130 A S 13 T 13 R
20 .. .' 3.800.00
Sampson Grove:
105 A S 9 and 10 T
12 R 21 5,500.00
W. R. Brown:
95 A S 7 T 12 R 21 1,000.00
Wetumpka Fruit Co:
246 A 45 28 T 13 R
21 3,800.00
C. Carmichael:
235 A S 6 T 15 R
23 1,000.00
David Barcus:
14 A S 33 T 12 R
22 60.00
Central Fruit Co.:
5 A Grant T 12 R
22 350.00
Tonner & Borland:
30 A S 30 T 12 R
22 2.000.00
George Pasteur:
11 A Grant T 12 R
22 670.00
H. R. Rice:
15 A S 20 T 12 R
22 1,500.00
R. A. Beard:
f'.rant T 1? Tl

100.00
250.00
130.00
60.00
500.00
400.00
50.00
200.00
50.00
50.00
250.00
1,000.00
1,900.00
2,250.00
1,300.00
130.00
130.00
200.00
50.00
200.00
100.00

800.00

1.230.00

1,000.00 2.000.00

1 A ri 29 T 17 R 24

3.300.00
S00.00
2,000.00

400.00 j
5. 000. 00
5.000.00 i

Sidney D. Jones:

:: A S 20 T 17 R 24
J F. Sigmon:
60 A S 36 T 17 R

120.00
60.00
100.00

730.00

250.00 I
t
30O.00

6 A Grant T 12 R
22
Wartmann fc Ed Edwards:
wards: Edwards: 10 A Grajit T 12 R
'
8 "a" Grant" T "lV R
.......
J.Tt. WiliialiiV:'
12 A Grant T 12 R
J. B. and" D. S.
Borland: 15 AS
!". T 12 R 22
D. S. and P. W.
Borland :
3i Grant T 12 R
t .........
J. S. Wvckoff:
24 A Grant T 12
R 22
1 I". McWorter:
2i A S 21 T 12 It

M irion Fruit Co.:
!: A S 21 T 12

R

4,00o.oo
600.00

4,000.00 i
1 20 0 0
1
j. 000.00
2.000.00
1 .000.00
an 0 00
1 .000.00 1
1 0 0 0 0 0 ;
i

1(in it fl r.
2.20 0 0 0
J. 5 00. 0 0
C,ii 00 1 1 OO
1 2.2" i.0'
1 ', I I 1 1 1 1

H. B Swope:
12'-. A S 16 T 1"
R 21
Ea.-tlake Invest Investment
ment Investment Co: li A :

1 T i 7 R 11

I K )-. k and !..:
1 9 A S 9 T 17 R 24
Wvnne:
, ;.. A S 13 T 17 R

s: J 1
A S
ntral

T r
Fr-.iit

W. !'.ro..k.

R
Co.
: r

A S

'

12 A
rn ;

liar; -S
Y
I n v
.i :i ..

1,1, 1
11,

--, -1 1 i 1 1 1
4 4 1, n i'i
4'-o."o
2.OOO.0 0
1 5 0 0 ? 0
1 000 00
1.680.00

i :

m r.r:

r

M

rwi:
T

li

i:;
'r
12
17

2 1
v :

140.00
1.300.00
3.800.00
2 5 0 0 0 0
7 3 0 0 o
0 50.00
ill Ml OO

.1 1 1 1 ;)

700.00 : Ir.
1 '-

. Hayatt Co.:
A S 22 T 12 It

2.000.00
4.300.00
0 '.' 0 0

J C W. and A. J.
Driver: 2o A S 27
T 12 R 22
! M. A. Rice:
: 2" A S 27 T 12 R

vJ.OOu nil
'oO O0
I
2.2 3o.'0 1
1.5 00.00
6.000. 00
1
iO ) 00 :

Cl.ffor 1 urangv Co.:

S 22 T 12 R

L Wa:
7 A s ;

t mann :
:6 T 12

R

I. R.

Williams:

Do .ila-:
a s T

art i.a::
" .V s

12 R

R

1.000.00
600.00
400.00
100.00

750.00

60.00

670.00

670.00

1.340.00

3 4o.00

, lo.Oo

250.00

7oo.00

4 00.00

1,200.00

R

. :i :

12 Ji

530. Oo

I6O.O0

14o.00

::. T ar.tharr.

f O :t

f- : l.a'.f r :.d tax colle
. .-i:v Iirr.it or. the 1
v. hich were ordered htl

attorney

pj. eared and

900.00
500.00
800.00
700.00
400.00
750.00
1.500.00
700.00
1,200.00

600.00
1.500.00
1,000.00
800.00
500.00
500.00
1,750.00
4.000.00
4,500.00
2.700.00
1.250.00
1.250.00
400.00
600.00
600.00
500.00
1,500.00

2.700.00
1.000.00
1.400.00
1,500.00
7,500.00
8,500.00
2.950.00
6.000.00
5.000.00
1.500.00
1.500.00
4.000.00
1.760.00
1,930.00

2,550j00
720.00

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention
held every Monday evening at 8
at the Castle Hall over the G. C
Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial wel welcome
come welcome to visiting brothers.
W. W. Stripling, C. a
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
R. A. M. CHAPTER NO. 13

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. MM on the first
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
C. E. Connor. H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE NO. 15

Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. 15
meets the first and third Monday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month in the Odd Fel Fellows'
lows' Fellows' hall at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. .W. T. Whitley, N. G.
EJoise Bouvier, Secretary.

OCALA LODGE WO. 286. B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meta
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and The Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
J. H. Spencer, E. R.
E. J. Crock, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 8 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Visiting sov-

ereigns are always welcome.

W. W. Stripling, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Marlon-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock until further -notice.
H. O. Cole, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

AW

SCHEDULES

570.00
200.00
600.00
2.250.00
750.00
1,200. Ov
12300.00
3,000.00
5.000.00
4 30.00
700.00

1,050.00

1.600.00
2.200.00

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 Arrivft
2:20 am Jacksonville-New York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pm
2:15 am Tampa-Manatee
St. Petersburg 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:25 pm Tampa-St. Petersburg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm J'cksonvllle-Xew York 3:15a.m.
1:45 pm. J'ksonville-G'lnesville 3:35 pm.
6:42 am. J'ksonville-G'nesvllle 10:13 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pet'abrg-Lak eland 2:12 ara.
3:35 pm St. Pet'sburg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am. "Dunneilon-Wilcox
7.40 am. Du'nellon-L'keland 11:03 pm,
5:25 pm. llomosassa 1:35 pm
10:13 pm. Lees burg 6:42 am,
4-45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am.
Monday. Wednesday. Friday.
TuMday, Thursday. Saturday.

A SURE WAY TO SAVE OX TIRES

l.ooo.oo us vulcanize all of your old used
I ties which can possibly he saved in
4""Mhi:s way. Our vulcanizing process
''furtively prolongs the life of. hoth
C,o.0o t;ies arfj tuhes. Figure i out for
for the yourself and you will see what a big
presented j suvine we can create for you "in your

cted with-i tire account.

118 levy,
ff over for

C. Kline:

1 .000.00 1. v'.'O.OO

:.nvcst:t:r.t:on.
A. L. Pries was ordered placed on

the pauper list at S10 per month, pay- Oklawaha Ave

BLA10CK BROS.

PHONE 78

Ocala. Fla.



OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1919

LATEST LOCALS
After a month's leave, enjoyably
spent at his home here and with rel relatives
atives relatives at DeLand, Hubert Ten Eyck
left last night to rejoin his ship the
T (Dmp Fn5ini(i anmdl
For Scpttemilbcr
. S. Neptune, and expects within the
next few weeks to see the Panama
canal and the Pacific ocean.

POPULAR SONGS
A2748 Your'e Making a Misar of Me (Henry Burr); Some Day YouH be
Sorry that You're Gljd (Irving and Jack Kaufman) 10 in. 85c.
A2755 My Swannee Home "(Sterling Trio) ; My Sugar-Coated Choocolate
Boy (Campbell and Burr) 10 in. 83c.
A2757 Oh! How She Can Sing (San and Schenck); And That Ain't All
(Billy Murray) . .10 in. 85c
A2756 Take Your Girl to the Movies (Iif You Can't Make Love at Home)
Irving Kaufman); Pig Latin Love (Arthur Fields) 10 in. 85c
A2750 Everybody Wants a Key to My Cellar (Bert Williams); It's No Nobody's
body's Nobody's Business But My Own (Bert Williams) 10 in. 85c
A2749- The Music of Wedding Chimes (Peerless Quartette); Dear Old Sue
(Henry Burr) 10 in. 85c
A2754 My Little Sunshine (Charles Harrison); How Can You Say Good Good-Bye
Bye Good-Bye (Irving and Jack Kaufman) -.10 in. 85c.
DANCE MUSIC
A2751 One and Two and Three and Four, Rock-a-Bye (Waldorf-Astoria
Dance Orchestra); "Monte Cristo, Jr." (Waldorf-Astoria Dance

Orchestra) 10 in. 85c
A2759 Ting-Ling Toy (Columbia Savophone Sextette); Where the Lan

terns Glow (Columbia Saxophone Sextette) 10 in. 85c

A6111 Kiss Me Again (Columbia Orchestra); Life and Love Waltz

(Columbia Orchestra) v. .. .12 in. $1.25

A2758 The Vamp (Waldorf-Astoria Singing Orchestra); Behind Your

Silken Veil (The Happy Six) 10 in. 85c

A2752 IH Say She Does (Sweatman's Original Jass Band); Lucille (Sweat-

man's Original Jass Band) 10 in. 85c
INSTRUMENTAL RECORDS
A2753 Dear Old Pat of Mine (Sascha Jacobsen); Serenade (Sascha Jacob Jacob-sen)
sen) Jacob-sen) .; 10 in. $1.00
A6109 Peer Gynt Suite (Columbia Symphony Orchestra); Peer Gynt
Suite. Part 11. (Columbia Symphony Orchestra) 12 in. $1.25
A6110 Peer Gynt Suite. Part III. (Columbia Symphony. Orchestra); Peer
Gynt Suite. Part IV. (Columbia Symphony Orchestra) .12 in. $1.25
A2743 Beautiful Ohio (Kalaluki Hawaiian Orchestra); Till We Meet Again
(Kalaluki Hawaiian Orchestra) 10 in. 85c.
NOVELTY RECORDS
E4294 Kossovo Waltez (Royal Serbian Tambourftza Orchestra); WaVes of
of the Warne Waltz (Olga Bibor's Gypsy Orchestra). . .10 in. 85c
VOCAL RECORDS
4955911 Trovatore. D'Amor Sull' Ali Rosee (Rosa Ponselle). .12 in. $1.50
49590 The Sunshine of Your Smile (Riccardo Stracciari) 12 in. $1.50
A6112 Kathleen Vavourneen (Barbara Maurel); Love's Old Sweet Song
(Barbara Maurel) .& 12 in. $1.50

At last there is a way to extermi exterminate
nate exterminate the roaches from your house.

4 Roach Doom" is it's name and it can

be had at the Court Pharmacy under
a guarantee. 19-tf

It kills the bedbugs, and destroys
all the eggs as well in fact, it exter exterminates
minates exterminates the whole breed wherever
you apply it BEDBUG DOOM. It
is for sale only at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Phone 284. 19-tf

0'm

"Winy Pay More"

You wHMIn
4 all three flavors ft
Jy In the sealed I )
Wj packages but look Wi Ijfjk
for the name Vf L
uwsiLers hi
because it Is your
protection against
inferior Imitations
, Just as the sealed
I package is protec-
tion against im-
SEALED TIGHT
KEPT RIGHT
Flavor

Read the Star Want Ads. It pays

The many friends of that popular
young man, John Needham, will be
glad to know he will soon be home.
After over a year's service in France,
he is again in America, and will be in
Ocala as soon as he can get here.
Louis Duval has been walking with
a stick for sevral days, and it has
been said by those who should know
better that it was the aftermath of
the rivalry between him and A. C.
Blowers in obtaining members for the
Motor Club. Anybody should know
that Duval can outrun Blowers. The
reason for the stick is that he strain

ed his back playing tennis.
If the Salvation Army lassies in
rrance could hand out doughnuts as
prettily as Miss Marguerite Moore of
the Federal Bakery dispenses the
same fruit, its no wonder the army
was in such favor with the dough doughboys.
boys. doughboys. Everybody in Ocala is worried about
J. J. Gerig. The genial Jake, on his

way to the Rexall convention in Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, struck New York about the time

the motormen's strike broke out, and
it is feared that he had to walk across
the big city with a valise in each
hand. It may be remembered that

the last time Mr. Gerig made that

trip, the great war broke out. He'd
better not go any more.

Miss Lovie Rainey of Birmingham,
A!a., is in tflie city on a visit to her
grandmother. Mrs. Whetstone. This

good lady has been quite feeble and
confined to her bed for several
months. Her friends will be glad to
know she is somewhat better today.
The latest addition at the Federal
Bakery is a suction fan 6ver the
front door to cool off the interior. The
fan immediately over the entrance
keeps flies from entering.

Two of the Star's young friends,
and gallant nephews of Uncle Sam,
were in to see us yesterday. They
were G. Fred Turner and Elmer Tur Turner;
ner; Turner; sons of that good old soldier of
the cross, George Turner, who went
to his well earned rest at his home
near Gaiter not many weeks before.
These two boys were not with him,
but he had the satisfaction of know knowing
ing knowing they were where their country
needed them. G. Fred Turner was in
the navy and Elmer was in the ma marines.
rines. marines. Both did their bit during the

war and now have come home to help

their brother Charles manage the old

iarm. .tsotn love me at nome, out

say they are ready to go to the front
again if the country needs them.

Miss Sidney Perry, the popular

manager of the Book Shop, is taking

well earned vacation, which she is

spending with her aunts, Mrs. B. E.

Tomberlin and Mrs. Fletcher Mac-

Dcnald, in Miami.

Mrs. M. A. Ten Byck left yesterday

for St. Petersburg, where she will

spend several weeks with friends.

Use Preventives.
Loss of time, money and health

often can be prevented by the us

of some simple, Inexpensive prevent

ive measure. At all times, especially

during these days of influenza you
should never allow yourself to remain
in a run-down physical condition. If

attacked by disease, while your re-

sistance is low you may pay for it
with a long illness or possibly with
life itself.
Most people think a doctor's only
use is to be sent for in case of emer emergency,
gency, emergency, like a fireman, and be brought
running with his pillbox in hand just
in the nick of time to cheat the under undertaker.
taker. undertaker. Many a first-class funeral could
have been prevented by a pill taken at
the right time. Go to a doctor once
in a while. Let him thump your chest
bone, gaze on the scenic mysteries of
your tongue, count your pulse and tele telephone
phone telephone your lungs. Neglect of health is
a common form of thriftlessness.
Thrift Magazine.

Him fflhe OHy siimdl Counnutay

What have you electrical that needs repairing? Is your door bell in
working order, or do you wish to install one? Are your household appliances
or motors of all kinds in repair, your electric iron, toaster, perculator, curling
irons, sewing machine motors, etc.
Do your light swork satisfactorily, any faultey sockts or switches? Is your
fan running smoothly? If not, have it overhauled before you have to put in a
4
new bearing or coil and theirby have a large repair bill.
Do you need any lamp globes or double sockets? Ws carry a complete
line of lamps, come in and see our new "C" Mazdas, which gives three times as
much, light in a 50 watt lamp as you get out of the old style Mazda of the same
size, and you use the same amouat of current.
We also have a new white lamp ordered, which has never been on the
market, it givesa soft brilliant light and has no point underneath, therefore is
not so easy broken, after several years use, when the lamp has burned out, baby
can play with it, mother can darn on it and the hen will try to lay an egg just
as big when she see it in the nest.
Give us your orders for anything in our line, and we will give you the
0
prices and the services.

Ute PEILCdl) M(GIT

L. A. GABEL, PROPRIETOR.

I(IDTO)

An examination
is as necessary
to locate eye
troouble as the

SEE, .vV glasses are to

relieve it.

Get ready your fall garden. We
have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf
Phone 376 for any matters con connected
nected connected with the Maxwell business. 3t

Wonderful Chinese Altar.
There Is no altar on earth which vies
In marble majesty with the altar of
heaven Tien T'ian in the south of
the Chinese-city of Peking, which Em Emperor
peror Emperor Yun?-le of the Ming dynasty
reared In A. D. 1420, with Its triple
balustrades, stairs and platforms of
pure white marble carved miraculous miraculously,
ly, miraculously, it great circle covering a wide
area in the midst of a vast inc!sure.
Tliore the emperoknlt once a y;ir
aud worshiped "the only being in the
universe he could look up to" Shanr Shanr-ti
ti Shanr-ti the emperor of th world above,
whose court was in the sky and the
spear tips of whose soldiers were the
or

We handle these
tires because they
alone give our cus customers
tomers customers more than
they pay for.
The Cups won't
skid on wet, slippery
pavements.
The quality re remains
mains remains the highest
unvarying.
The service is
guaranteed per
warranty tag for
6,000 Miles

ALTAIAN-CHARLES CO.
Ocala House Block

TIRES REBUILT

We have just installed the latest machinery
m
for rebuilding auto tires and can fix up your
old ones so that they will be as good as new
for all practical purposes. We give them
the Non-Skid or Rib tread. Our process for
re-treading is the same as that used in the
factories and if the fabric is uninjured you
will get just double service out of your tires:
Local Distributors for
HOOD AND FISK TIRES

DAVIES
N. Magnolia St.

"The Tire Man"

Ocala, Fla.

SAVE MONEY ON MEAT
We always handle the best fresh meat to be
had and our prices are always the lowest
Round Steak 25c I Best Pork Chops 33c
Loin Steak 30c. Pork Sausage 25c
Stew Meat 15c.
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc
NEW YORK MEAT MARKET

FREE DELIVERY

WEST BROADWAY

PHONE 110



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