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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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EVENING

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Weather Forecast: Generally fair
tonight and Saturday,
0GAL, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 919.
VOL 26, NO. 200
IS NO FAULT PLANS TO KEEP
GREAT VICTORY
FOR POLAND
PRESSING DOWN
ON PROFITEERS
STREETCAR HIT
OUR SENATOR
FARRIERS FAVOR
COUNTY WORK
SEVEN THOUSAND
OF WILSON'S
UP PURSUIT
AFTER SEPTEf.

M

That China flight in Shantung Pro.
tine Were Surrendered to
Japan

Washington, Aug. 22, Prof. E. T.
William, a former member of the
American peace cornmhzlon in Fa.ru,
vho resigned, told the Senate foreign
committee that Japan was given the
Shantung right after England and
France had hacked Japan's claim on
account of the eeret treaty.
ARCHDUKE JOSEPH
ABOUT ALL IN
Hay One DUpatch; the Next PoU
ilim at Head of the Army
(Associated Press)
Pari, Aug. 22. The guprerae coun council
cil council expects to hear of Archduke Jo Jo-reph'
reph' Jo-reph' resignation in a few days, fol following
lowing following the refusal of the council to
deal with it.
Very Different Report
Vienna, Aug. 22. The formation of
a new Hungarian cabinet and the des designation
ignation designation of Archduke Joseph as com commander
mander commander of the army is reported in
government circles.
f
ENOUGH OF ITALY
Has Tii o maw Nelson Page, at Present
" Our Ambassador
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug, 22 Thomas Nel Nelson
son Nelson Page has resigned as ambassador
to Italy.
HOSPITALITY OF HONOLULU
Honolulu, Aug., 22,-Secretary of
the Navy Daniels and officers and men
of the dreadnaught New York were
treated with great hospitality on their
arrival here.
GOODS FOR SALE
BY THE GOVERNMENT
Through the Postmasters at Greatly
Reduced Prices
Beans Cost Postage Total
48 Mb can 1.92 $ .67 $ 2.59
24 2-lb cans..... 1.44 .75 2.59
24 3-Ib cans. 2.1(T" .94 3.10
Beans, Stringiest
24 2-lb cans. . . 2.16 .55 2.71
Beef. Corned
48 2-lb cans 13.92 .72 13.64
24 2-lb cans 13.20 .72' 13.92
12 C-lb cans .1.60 .93 21.93
Cherries .
21 2 Vz -lb cans . 5.04 .68 5.72
Corn
24 2-lb cans.":... 2.16 .61 2.77
Hah, Corned Beef ;
48 1-lb cans..... 10.50 .67 11.23
21 2-lb cans. 8.88 .78' 9.66
Peas, Green
21 2-lb cans 2.16 .61 2.77
Beans
100 lbs. .. 5.49 1.10 7.59
Flour
100 lbs. .. .. ... 6.00 1.10 7.10
Bice
100 lbs: 6.74 1.10 7.84
Pepper
48 -lb cans.... 4.32 .30 4.62
Soup, Vegetable
48 pints ........ 3.84 .46 4.30
Tomatoes
12 10-lb cans.... 3.96 1.69 5.0b'
Bacon
C 12-lb cans..... 24.90 1.11 26.01
Roat Beef
4? 1-lb cans 13.44 .67 14.11
21 2-lb cans 15.12 .76 15.88
12 C-lb cans 22.80 .93 23.73
CANDLER
Candler, Aug. 19. Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Sylvester had as their week weekend
end weekend cucsts. their relatives. Miss Kop-
mnn of Ocala and Mr. Hall of Ro-
chelle, the latter comng to attend the
home-coming picnic.
Mrs. Bovnton and daughter, have
taken possession of their newly ac
quired property, the rleming place.
v Mrs. Arthur Williams and. three
children returned to their home in
Tampa Saturday after a delightful
visit to Mr. and Mrs. Albert McClain.
A picnic supper was given at
Smith lake Saturday afternoon, in
honor of George Pntchctt, who served
Uncle Sam on tho Texas border, as
vell as in active service "over there,"
and 'Mr. A. Belcher, who has returned
from service in the quartermasters
. department in France, and is at home
for a short visit to his parents. The
patriotic people were called together
to arrange for the ceieoration. a
bounteous supper was served, also ice
cold lemonade and ice cream. A num number
ber number carried bathing suits and enjoyed
n splash in the limpid waters. of the
lake. This occasion is to be repeated
when Senreant Sam Mathews returns.
Mr. E. J. Clarke of Flint, Mich., is
here for a limited time, attending to
his affairs in real estate, recently
rtirchnsed.
Mr. and Mrs. Devanie returned
homo Sunday from a two month's visit
to relatives in Alabama.
California Tomatoes 20c. a pound at
W. A. Stroud's. 22-2t
W. K. Lane. M. D.. Physician and
f.r-n n, rprdalist Eye, Ear, Ncsec4
'il:nkt. htxvr library BclUla?, Ocala,

American Troops Will Chase Mexican
BandiU for Another
Week

(Associated Press)
Marfa, Texas, Aug. 22. The Am American
erican American troops pursuing the bandits
have planned for another week's cam campaign
paign campaign in the Mexican mountains in the
search for Rente ria's bands. Storms
have made progress difficult. Five
bandits-have been killed to date. Mex Mexican
ican Mexican troops, are co-operating with the
Americans.
ANOTHER COUPLE LOST
San Diego, Aug. 22. American avi aviators
ators aviators continued their efforts today to
find Lieuts. Frederick Waterhouse and
C. H. Connelly, the two flyers who
disappeared Wednesday near Jacum Jacum-ba,
ba, Jacum-ba, Mexico. Mexican troop3 are aid aiding
ing aiding in the search.
FOUND AGAIN
San Diego, Aug. 22. Lieutenants
Waterhouse and Connelly have been
found.
SPECIAL EN51ITY FOR SPANISH
Almost as Unpopular with Carranza
Government as the Americans
(Associated Press)
El Paso, Aug. 22. More than twen twenty
ty twenty Spaniards were arrested recently in
Pachuca, Mexico, on charges of plot plotting
ting plotting against the Carranza govern government,
ment, government, according to Mexico City papers
received here.
OUR BREAKFAST EGGS
May Possibly Appear Regularly for a
Few Months
( Associated Press)
Nashville, Aug. 22. The federal
district attorney has filed libels
against $500,000 worth of eggs, which
were seized and will be sold by the
government to the public.
HEMMED UP IN A "DOBY" HOUSE
(Associated Press)
Marfa, Tex., Aug. 22. Four Mexi
can bandits were killed by American
troops in Mexico yesterday, Captain
Leonard Matlack, who arrived here by
airplane, last night reported. They
were surrounded in an adobe block
house that the Mexicans had con
structed in a mountain pass.
The bandits fought desperately
when they found they were trapped
and two escaped. When the American
troops approached the block house
with the intention of searching it, the
Mexicans' opened fire from port holes.
JOSEPH ALLEN EADDY
Mr. Joseph Allen Eaddy, a well-
known citizen of Bushnell, who came
here for treatment a few days ago,
died yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock
If is remains were prepared by Jordan
Co., and accompanied by his wife
were sent to his home near Bushnell,
where they will be intered Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock. Deceased was
survived by his wife and ten children.
WATERS-PETTYS
Wednesday noon at the home of
Mrs. J. Y. Pettys, Mcintosh, Fla., a
simple but pretty wedding took place,
when- Miss May Pettys, youngest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Pet
tys, became the bride of Mr. Wm.
Wallace Waters.
The rooms were prettily decorated
with bridal lilies and ferns. Hie cere
mony was performed by Rev. Mon-
crief. pastor of the Baptist church at
Mcintosh.
Owing to the fact that theNgroom
had only returned a short time from
oversea service, the wedding plans
were hurriedly made, and the wedding
was a very quiet one, the only attend attendants
ants attendants being the bride's father, Mr. D
H. Pettys, and sister, Miss Cora, her
ffrandmother, Mrs. J. Y. Pettys and
the groom's father, Mr. W. T. Waters.
The bride was radiantly lovely in a
costume of taupe georgette and crepe
de chene heavily embroidered. She
carried a handsome corsage bouquet
of bride roses. She wore a hat of
taupe and blue, a small French crea
tion, with shoes, gloves and acces
sories to match.
Mr. and Mrs. Waters left immed
iately after the ceremony for Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville for a short wedding trip. They
will return in a few days, and be at
home to their many friends at their
charming suburban home.
Mrs. Waters is well known through throughout
out throughout Marion county and northwestern
Ohio, having spent the past two sum summers
mers summers at the family home twenty miles
west of Toledo. This past season she
attended the high school in Ocala, and
by her charming manner won many
friends who tho surprised, wish for
her all happiness in her married life
just started.
The groom is a Gainesville boy, un until
til until recently; heeding Uncle Sam's call,
he sailed with the Sixth Division, and
was on the front from July 29th to
Nov. 11th. He is the son of Mrs. W.
T Waters, well known in Gainesville,
having been connected with the post post-office
office post-office at that place for twenty-five
years.

Soul of the Gallant Sobieski Marches
with Sarmatia's Sons Againt
the Soviet

(Associated Press J
Copenhagen, August 22. Polish
troops have administered a crushing
defeat to the bol'heviki and soviet
forces are being pusaed everywhere,
the Polish general staff at Warsaw an
nounces. The fortress of Revno in
Volhynia was captured by the Poie3
after hard fighting. The Poles ap apparently
parently apparently are advancing east of Brest Brest-Litovsk.
Litovsk. Brest-Litovsk. General Denikine is con continuing
tinuing continuing the offensive in southern Rus Russia
sia Russia successfully, according to London
reports.
CUTTING INTO GERMAN COAL
Teutons Stinted to 3Ieet Allied De Demand
mand Demand for Forty Million Tons
(Associated Press)
Essen, Aug. 22. The German com commission
mission commission investigating the conditions in
the coal districts has reported thathe
nation is facing an economic catas catastrophe,
trophe, catastrophe, on account of the Allies' de demands
mands demands for forty million tons.
UKRAINIANS HAVE
TAKEN ODESSA
(Associated Press)
London, Aug. 22. The Ukrainians
have captured Odessa, it is announced
by the Ukrainian mission.
PUTS THE BLAME,
ON THE PEOPLE
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 22. Thomas
Dunn, a St. Louis meat dealer, told
the Senate agricultural committee to today
day today there is profiteering in the retail
meat and grocery business and prices
are a result of the people wanting to
pay more for foodstuffs.
MISSIONARY SOCIETY
The literary branch of the Metho
dist missionary society met the third
Monday in August with Mrs. F. W.
Cook, who chose Mrs. DeWitt Griffin
as her leader. Mrs. Griffin made the
lesson very celar and impressive as
to our obligation along the line of
mission work. At the close of the
meeting, Mrs. Cook served delightful
refreshments. Our next meeting will
be with Mrs. C. G. Barnett.
. Mrs. Walter Hood,
Chmn. Study and Publicity.
PINE
Pine, Aug. 21. Messrs. Harmon
and Jhnmie Hall made a business
trip to Ocala Tuesday.
Sir. and Mrs. J. R. Thomas of
Clearwater have returned" to their
home there after spending a few
weeks with friends and relatives here.
Mrs. T. J. Perry and Mrs. J. H.
Perry are .visiting relative? in Geor Georgia.
gia. Georgia. Miss Bessie Wyche of Micanopy,
has been selected to teach our school
this year.
Miss Edna Bryce of Ocala, is spend spend-ing'a
ing'a spend-ing'a few weeks with Miss Alma Jor Jordan.
dan. Jordan. Mrs. C. G. Martin is visiting rela relatives
tives relatives at Gainesville.
Mrs. G. D. Turner and daughter,
Mrs. Reggie Ragsdale, have just re returned
turned returned after spending awhile in Geor Georgia.
gia. Georgia. Clyde Jordan, Grady Martin, A. J.
Monroe and Wilton Martin made a
business trip to Oxford last week.
Mr. A. P. Monroe returned from
Jacksonville last evening.
Mrs. W. L. Martin and little Julia
Ella have just returned from a visit
at Pedro.
CHARTER OAK
Charter Oak, Aug. 20- Mr. and
Mrs. Will Freer were shopping in
Ocala Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Willie Potter of Rutland and
Mrs. Cora Pasqual of Troy, Ga., are
visiting their mother, Mrs. M. P.
Pritchett for a few days.
Mrs. A. M. Loften expects to leave
in a few days for a visit to her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. C. A. Foy of Boynton.
All of our hearts were made sad
last Monday when the death angel
came and took to its heavenly home
the sweet soul of Mrs. W. M. Scrog Scrog-gie.
gie. Scrog-gie. Mrs. Scroggies will be greatly
missed in our community.
Mrs. J. M. Remington has just re recovered
covered recovered from a bad case of sore eyes.
Mr. Clarence K. Lawton of Dunnel Dunnel-lon
lon Dunnel-lon accompanies Misses Nannie Red Redding
ding Redding and Messie Mae Loften to an ice
cream supper at Belleview Tuesday
night. From all reports they enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed a pleasant evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Redding were
visiting and trading in Belleview Fri
day.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Remington were
quests of the latter's mother, Mrs. W.
A. Redding Sunday.
Mr. J. N. Simmons is visiting with
friends in Sparr this week.
Celery, 15c. and 20c at Stroud's. 2t
At last there is n way to extermi exterminate
nate exterminate the roaches from your house.
Hoach Doom" is it's name and it can
be had at the Court Pharmacy under
a guarantee. 19-tf

Ft ate and Federal Authorities Con Con-tinue
tinue Con-tinue to Make It Hot for
the Swindlers

(Ais:cate4 Prei)
Washington, Aug. 22. The House
today considered the amendments to
the food control act requested by the
attorney geenral and providing a pen penalty
alty penalty of $5000 and two years impris imprisonment
onment imprisonment for profiteering. Mr. Palmer
also urged that firms dealing in wear wearing
ing wearing apparel, food containers and other
commodities be brought under the
jurisdiction of the food control act.
Reports from various sections of the
country showed that federal and state
authorities are continuing their drive
on profiteering.
OUT LET TO THE OCEAN
Is the Very Reasonable Request Made
by Bolivia to the Peace
Conference
(Associated Press)
Santiago, August 22. There is a
heated political controversy in Bolivia
over failure of the peace conference to
grant the demand for an outlet to the
Pacific ocean.
PRESIDENT MAY GO
TO MEET PERSHING
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 22. President
Wilson may go to New York to greet
General Pershing on his arrival next
month, it is indicated atv the White
House.
REVOLUTION HAS ALMOST
CEASED TO REVOLVE
(Associated Press)
San Salvador, Aug. 22. Official dis dispatches
patches dispatches state the Honduran revolu revolutionaries
tionaries revolutionaries were defeated at Gracias and
the revolution virtually suppressed.
CATTS FOR EQUAL SUFFRAGE
The following letter to Mr. Griffin
Folks of near this city, will explain
itself:
Mr. Griffin Pokes, Ocala, Fla.:
Dear Sir: I have your letter of the
S-th in which you say you desire to
know whether or not I shall vote for
or against woman suffrage in the
event I go to Washington. Replying,
I desire to say that I am in favor of
giving the women the franchise and
I certainly would so vote in the Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, if there.
, With best wishes, I am,
Yours very truly,
Sidney J. Catts, Governor.
CARD OF THANKS
We take this method of thanking
our friends who remembered us in
our deep sorrow with their love, sym
pathy and beautiful floral offerings.
God bless each one and every one of
them.
W. A. Pelot and family.
P. W. Whiteside and family.
Mrs. Alice Vogt and family.
Miss Josie Williams.
Miss Dora Williams.
PEDRO
Pedrc, Aug. 21. The purlo given
t the W. O. W. hall was quite a suc
cess. Twenty-three chickens were
cooked with twenty-five pounds of
r.ce, and it was deliciously cooked,
too, by Mrs. E. R. Pruitt and Mrs. W.
Swearingen. Of course some of the
men folks helped, kept fire around the
pots, etc. The hall was beautifully
decorated with crepe paper and ferns,
and tables were arranged to serve the
purlo. Lemonade was also provided.
We can't say just how many were
there, but most all of the Woodmen
and their families, and that would be
quite a crowd as they have over forty
members in their little lodge. The
Woodmen Circle and their families
were also there, but they haven't
ouite as many members a3 the W. O.
W.
Rev. W. L. Martin of Pine filled his
rcgualr appointment Sunday. His
sermon was enjoyed by all who at attended.
tended. attended. We are in hopes that Rev.
Martin will move in this community
and preach to us twice a month.
Mr. and Mrs. Zack Crumpton of
Fellowship visited Mr. and Mrs. P. B.
Perry Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Proctor and Mr.
W. H. Proctor attended the picnic at
rellowship Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Reed of
Weirsdale spent the week end with
Mrs. Reed's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
R. Pruitt.
Messrs. W. H. Proctor, A. D. Proc Proctor,
tor, Proctor, Lloyd Dowd and C. R. Stuart
were business visitors in Ocala Satur
day.
Messrs. S. J. Proctor and Edd Proc Proctor
tor Proctor were business visitors in Ocala
Thursday.
California Thompson Seedless
Grapes 20c. a pound at W. A. Strouds.
FOR SALE Ford truck in good con
dition. Just overhauled.. Price $250.
Dixie Garage, phone 258, 121 West
Broadway.. 22-3t
Celery, 15c. and 20c at Stroud's. 2t

Sir. Fletcher Severely Injured but

Will Soon be Able to Resume
His Work
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 22. Senator D.
U. Fletcher of Florida, is reported on
the way to recovery after serious in
jury by a trolley car here. The sen
ator exonerated the car crew.
A special to the Times-Union from
Washington says:
Senator Duncan U. Fletcher of
Jacksonville; senior member of the up upper
per upper house from Florida, was knocked
down and seriously injured here late
this afternoon by a street car, one
block from his home at 1455 Massa
chusetts avenue, a few doors from the
former German embassy.
His injuries consist of a deep wound
in the forehead which necessitated the
taking of ten stitches, a concussion of
the brain with possible fracture of
the skull and cuts and abrasions of
the right arm and leg.
His family physician, Dr. Herbert
E. Maryn, while declaring, that the
senator's injuries will not terminate
fatally, declares his condition grave
and will allow no one to see him.
Completing his usual working day
of nine hours, Senator Fletcher board boarded
ed boarded a car at the capitol, alighting at
Fourteenth street and Thomas circle.
It was pouring down rain, and he
raised his umbrella, holding it before
his face and starting across the op opposite
posite opposite track. A speeding car struck
him and rolled him thirty feet before
the brakes checked it.
After first aid treatment at a near
by drugstore, Senator Fletcher was
removed to his home, from which his
wife and two married daughters are
absent on a vacation trip.
Senator Fletcher was unconscious
for two hours, but was brought back
to sensibility by restoratives. He ab
solved the street car crew of blame,
declaring the accident was "all his
fault." Many of his colleagues of the
Senate and House called at the fam family
ily family home duirng the evening, and were
relieved by the assurance that the
senator was seriously but not fatally
hurt.
It will be weeks before he can as
sume his senatorial duties, among
the most important of. which is the
chairmanship of the Senate committee
or. commerce.
MEN IN THE REGULAR NAVY
All men who enlisted or re-enlisted
in the regular navy for four years be between
tween between February 3, 1917, and Novem November
ber November 11, 1918, and so request in writ writing,
ing, writing, wiir be considered as enlisted for
the duration of the war and are en entitled
titled entitled to honorable discharge, if their
service is such as to warrant it. Such
as may desire to make this chance to
duration of war and extend their en enlistment
listment enlistment to one, two, three or four
full years, are entitled to the follow
ing benefits:
One month's leave, with pay.
For re-enlistment, $1.50 per month.
For citizenship, $5.50 per month.
One month's present war oav for
every year extension of enlistment.
Men who take advantage of these
provisions to secure discharge and
thereafter re-enlist within four
months for a period of four years are
entitled "to the following extra pay:
One month s leave with pay.
For re-enlistment $1.50 per month.
For citizenship $5.50 per month.
Four months' present war pay in
addition to regular pay.
No refund will be reauired from
continuous service men who change
their enlistments to duration of war
in accordance with thes instructions.
Present war pay for enlisted per
sonnel to continue in effect during
current enlistment for all men now in
the service or who enlist or re-enlist
prior to July 1st, 1920.
BELLEVIEW
Belleview, Aug. 20. Mr. V. D. P.
Pratt returned to his work in Jack
sonville Thursday.
Mrs. Gunther left Thursday for her
home in Chicago.
Mrs. G. E. Merrill and daughter,
Gwendolyn, left Friday for Braden Braden-town,
town, Braden-town, where they will be the guests
of Mrs. O. B. Sias.
Mr. Henry La Chance, who has been
a sailor in Uncle Sam's service for
some time, came Saturday to visit his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. La Chance.
Rev. Rogers perached two good
sermons at the Baptist church Sun
day and they were much enjoyed by
all his hearers.
Mrs. D. Haskell, Miss Mae Walker-,
Mrs. Pierce and sister, Miss Holland,
ere business callers in Ocala Friday.
Sunday a very quiet home wedding
was held at the home of Mrs. Pierce,
when Frank Green halgh and Miss
Bettie Holland were united in mar marriage
riage marriage by Rev. Clyburn of Summerfield.
We wish them a long and happy life.
Mrs. J. W. Nelson and children,
Mrs. L. L. Hopkins and Miss Hazel
Freeman of Summerfield are enjoying
a short visit at Daytona Beach.
Virginia Apples 30c, 35c and 40c
a dozen at W. A. Stroud's. 22-2t
California Guartiva Plums 20c a
dozen at W. A. Stroud's. 22-2t

Voted Thursday Night at Board of
Trade Meeting to Retain the Ag Agricultural
ricultural Agricultural Appropriation
The meeting of the Board of Trade
last night was attended by farmers
from nearly every section of the coun coun-ty.
ty. coun-ty. From 25 to 30 xarmers were pres present
ent present and the spirited discussion and
interest shown was evidence enough
of the wisdom of the Board of Trade's
having taken the matter p in an ef effort
fort effort to find out the sentiment in the
county. Two main points were de developed
veloped developed as a result of last night's
meeting.
1. The farmers of the county want
the demonstration work to go on, and
particularly stressed the eradication
of hog cholera.
2. There is considerable dissatis dissatisfaction
faction dissatisfaction in certain sections of the coun county,
ty, county, for the most part around the outer
edges, because, it is said, the county
agent does not visit these sections.
And the keynote of the meeting was
that the county, being so large, should
have three or four county agents in instead
stead instead of one.
To get the sentiment of the farmers
piesent at the meeting Mayor Chace
moved that the farmers endorse the
appropriation of Vx mill for agricul agricultural
tural agricultural extension and demonstration
work in the county. He asked for a
standing vote. The result was 25
farmers voted for the motion and none
against it. Several did not vote.
The Board of Trade referred the
matter to the agricultural committee
to find out what the sentiment in the
various parts of the county is. To do
this petitions will be circulated, and
the committee will appear before the
county commissioners on the first
Tuesday in September, when the new
budget is to be adopted. It was learn learned
ed learned Thursday night that some of the
farmers in the county already have
started the circulation of petitions
asking the commissioners to retain
the demonstration work.
Some of the communities and sec sections
tions sections represented at Thursday night's
gathering were: Fellowship, Blitch Blitch-ton,
ton, Blitch-ton, Summerfield, Mcintosh, Lowell,
Reddick, Martin, Fairfield, Citra, Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Plant, Candler.
Talks in favor of demonstration
work in the county were made by
Nathan Mayo, A. C. Cobb, J.vM. Mef Mef-fert,
fert, Mef-fert, John L. Edwards, W. M. Gist, J.
W. Davis, W. J. Crosby, Ed Rush, A.
C. Blowers, Richard Ervin, the Messrs.
Shearer of Fellowship, Mayor Chace,
J. H. Brinson, L. W. Duval, John
Mathews, Jack McCully and J. A.
Jones. Mr. McCully said that at a

meeting of about 30 farmers out in the
Fellowship section a vote was taken
agamst an appropriation for demon
stration work. Later Mr. Shearer of
this section pointed out that these
farmers were not opposed to dem-
onsation work but took the position
they did for the reason, he said, that
the county agent had not been giving
that section of the county proper at attention.
tention. attention. Mr. Shearer said that what
the county needs is three or four
county agents in order that the entire
county might be covered. This state statement
ment statement seemed to express the sentiment
of the meeting.
Mr. C. B. Howell of Lowell, who Jiad
expressed himself unfavorably toward
the demonstration appropriation, said
that Mr. Shearer hit the nail on the
head.
Mrs. Caroline Moorhead, who has
resigned her position as agent in the
county for work among the women and
girls of the county, read her annual
report to the meeting. This report
will be published.
Another thing that appeared evi
dent last night was that very few
know the extent of the demonstration
work being done in the county.
rrom the district agent the infor
mation is obtained that the county
agent is innoculating an average of
1000 hogs a month. During the period
frcm August 6 to 20 the county agent
treated 5o8 head of hogs. The impor
tance of this work is realized when it
is known that over 7000 hogs died of
disease in Marion county during
1917-18.
Marion county at present has the
largest boys' pig club in the state
There are 103 boys in the club. Each
of these boys starts out with a hog"
costing $30. This is an investment
of $3000. At the end of the year each
boy will have not less than five pigs,
worth not less than $100, totaling
$10,000, or an increase of $7000. And
the boys are learning how to care for
the hogs and the value of the better
breeds, besides having their interest
in hogs stimulated.
Some of the things for which the
ccunty agents work are: Community
club3, co-operative organizations, new
methods in farming, introduction of
new machinery, new crops, rotation,
better breeds of live stock, better
markets, proper methods of storing,
packing and shipping produce, eradi eradication
cation eradication of hog cholera, cattle ticks and
corn weevils and other diseases and
pests. He gets into the hands of the
farmers the information and results
of resarch work of the federal and
state departments of agriculture and
experiment stations,
Two co-operative farmers' organ!
rations have been formed in the coun county
ty county this summer. At present a drive
Is being made throughout the county
against the corn weevi.

Will be the Number of American
Troops in Germany, War
Department Announces

(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 22. About 1000
American troops will remain in Ger Germany
many Germany after Sept. 30th, the war depart department
ment department announced today.
PUNISHING PROFITEERS
rreneh Could Give Our Government
Pointers in Handling Such
Criminals
(Associated Press)
Paris. Auir. 22. The criminal rec
ords show 927 convictions for profit
eering. The authorities nave increas increased
ed increased their diligence in arresting specu speculators
lators speculators to prevent a recurrence of the
recent outbreak. The police demand
that retailers display price lists fixed
by the government.
HOLDING UP THEIR HANDS
Creditable and Necessary Enterprises
Aided by the War Finance
Corporation
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 22. More than
three hundred million dollars has been
advanced to the railroads, public util utilities
ities utilities and cattle growers by the War
Finance Corporation, it was announc announced
ed announced today.
.
TEMPLE ATTRACTIONS
Friday, 22nd: Tom Moore in 2Iaa
and Money." Hearst News.
Saturday, 23rd: Louis Bennison in
MOh, Johnnie." Sunshine comedy.
Monday, 25th: Billia Rhodes in
"The Love CalL" L-Ko. comedy.
Tuesday, 26th: Marion Davis in
Getting Mary Married." Internation International
al International News.
Wednesday, 27th: "Ali Bafcaand
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.
A DANGEROUS EXPERIMENT
Says Herrick, in Regard to Govern Government
ment Government Ownership cf Railroads
Cleveland, O., Aug. 22-Myron T.
Heirick, of this city, member of the
executive committee of the National
Association of Owners of Railroad Se Securities,
curities, Securities, declared in' a statement that
"the turning over of the vast system
of railroad lines to the control of the
government, and through the govren govren-ment
ment govren-ment to the control of organized la labor,
bor, labor, would be a lone step toward the
establishment in this country of an
autocratic power that would imperil
the liberties of the American people.0
Mr. Herrick, who formerly
governor of Ohio and American am
bassador to France, is a banker, di director
rector director of the Erie railroad, and of
tho New York Life Insurance Co.
Mr. Herrick asserted in his state
ment that "the exrjerienee of the last
two years with the railroads, as with
the telegraph and telephone lines Is
ample proof that there is government
control. He said that such control
and operation would defeat the pur purpose
pose purpose for which the railroad brother
hoods were established and that it
would involve a huge addition to the
public debt as the value of the rail railroads
roads railroads was estimated at 17,000,000, 17,000,000,-000.
000. 17,000,000,-000. Referring to the agitation by rail
road employes through the officers of
their organization in favor of govern
ment ownership of the roads, Mr.
Herrick said:
"This propaganda will not be fav
orably received by the people of this
country who, as always, mut pay the
bill. The deficit incurred in less than
two years of federal operation is al-
eady toore than $500,000,000 and is
mounting at the rate of S2.000.000 a
day in spite of sham increases in
freight and passenger rates. Directly
or indirectly, in taxes, freight charges
and increase in the cost of goods the
aurora of that deficit falls on the tw-
ple and contributes in tremendous
measure to the oppressively high cost
oi living. In the lace of that showing
who could conscientiously wish to per
petuate government control of tk
railroads ?
I cannot believe the brothPThrw?.
have thoroughly considered the con consequences
sequences consequences that would follow govern
ment ownership, or that they have
prepared to exercise this great power.
lneir present propaganda is whollv
at variance with the character of their
organizations and with their long and
honorable history."
Mr. Herrick said that he hVt
the best plan yet presented for solv
ing the railroad question was that pre presented
sented presented to Congress by the National
Association of Owners of Railroad Se Securities.
curities. Securities. This plan, he said, provides
for a fixed percentage return to the
roads and where a road makes a profit
in excess of 6 per cent, the excess
shall be divided between the gov-ern-

menr, tne employes and the railroad.
In his opinion this plan protected all
inteiests the public, the shippers,
employes and owners.
Celery, 15c and 20c. at troud3. 2i



OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1919

DCALA EVEHII1G STAR

rubliMbrit Kverjr Day Rxeept Sondar by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
OF OCALA, FLA.

II. II. Carroll, President
P. V. LeavrnKorMj, Seretar -Treaarer
J. II. Hmjamln, KUItor

Kntered at Ocala, Fla.
second -class matter.

postoffice as

TKI.KPIION'KS
IlnMlofMii Office Fire-One
editorial Department Two-Seyen

favor of such a move and will do eve everything
rything everything in its power to promote the
enterprise. The fair is a great ad ad-vartage
vartage ad-vartage to our county, and it will be
a bad setback to let it die out or even
temporarily suspend. We have people
enough and material enough to make
a splendid fair on its own merits and
withcut asking for a cent of public
morey. We hope all our enterprising
f aimers and business men will take
hold of the enterprise with hearty
good will. If they do so, notwithstand notwithstanding
ing notwithstanding the late start, we can have the
greatest fair ever.

ANTHONY

in Ocala for this season or the next,
a movement is on foot to have an ex

hibition game at Hunter Park. It is Anthony, Aug. 20. Mrs. Florence!

proposed that the "Summer Widow- Gordon of Jacksonville spent Sunday.

ers" of the citv Dull off a ballfest. the with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H.

V-i- Anna m rwn n Vt w f 4 A nr ryi itrii Ffjt

is busv arrantrin? the line-UD of the Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Swindell and;

two teams. There are a number of children of White Springs, spent a

with their par par-E.
E. par-E. C. Sims and

week

POMERENE ON

SUIISCItlPTIOX HATES
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One year. In advance $8.00
Hlx months. In advance 3.00
Three months. In advance....... 1.50
One month, in, advance 60
Fo relsm
One year. In advance..... $S.OO
Hlx monthB, In advance 4.25
Three months, In advance 2.25
One month, in advance 80
ADVERTISING KATES
Dlnplayt Plate 10c. per Inch for con consecutive
secutive consecutive insertions. Alternate Inser Insertions
tions Insertions 25 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 take higher rate, which will be

furnished on application

ex-players among those whose wives! few days this

have "gone to the country'" and else- ents, Mr. and Mrs

where. Mrs. Janie Swinaell.

Miss Jean Harwell who spent a few

fLTc T-c nr t'cti cays witn inencs in uaae v.iy, re

turned home last week

rwnt F1a.. Antrut 1R. -r. .an fcwain ana iamuy oi Jiun-

Ti;- Co T liovo iopontlt coon i I Cie, Ind.. are in Anthony for a few

rmmhpr nf vnur pditorial?; emoted and!-1!'"5'

... I rr., u,T t.c I 3iiss uertna umo, wno spent a

inn nuMis i-la. w.a.icu J . -,

just now read one copied by the Tam- iew U15t vwt" "cr

fr,iir.T;r.o. f tho pa l imes m its issue oi tne ittn. i

When I rari tnis it seemeri sn hnm ,,a,-"'i:v"'"lt U"UUJ

.Messrs. Uscar IJroctor and jarvis

felt like the man who had the clear Perry of Pedro were visitors in An-

- ki 4. A. If X : Xl :lvisinn and thf real manhrxvl tn enpak I thony hunday

many 01 our siaiesraen irim uieir 1 n t ,.u v1Q M.t
i:i...:u xi r v.;Jcut in meet ntr that wav ou?ht to Mr. Guy Turner, who spent the past

I: I:? IZZ Z ZZV. have three cheers from all America few months in Newnan, Ga.. studjing

: 1 1:: i -r.,,. lovinc neonie. 1 nave nevpr eppn a 1 1 "- WW"AV- w

it is refreshing to find a man who has copy 01 your paper, out as inese unit-

opinions of his own, and the courage ea Mates nave, as we Deneve they n,v p
1 . kotc o-kf if r,f .u-,c r..; Miss Alva Gates left Monday lor

to express xnem witnout truciuing lu i --' :

u c.u : t 1 snirit wp arp nni nn Tn win m tnp ncnt rt"'"""")

me moo. oucn t man ia ociwwi it- - 1 T, c u;i,? ,,-v,
t oa,fnJlor r e-ht. We sav nrosDeritv to vou Mrs. R. A. Swain and children, who

, . . lor,,! effrtc v. r,, n have been visitine relatives in Ueor-

XlKJlll vyiiiu. A i3bcco hi x uuwu-

31 EMU Eli ASSOCIATED PRESS j
The Associated Press is exclusively! ... ,.
entitled for the use for republication of j Vc clip the
all news dispatches credited to it orSTamna Times:

and 0i?Tl rVS,1 pSbfiXS! In thes days of political chicanery full of common senes and truth I just

herein. All rights of republication of arKI barfirainine for votes, when so

pcciai 11; in hi art; xis'j
served.

Yours truly,

A. P. Gibson.

iLmiiBir otir-M 5c. cer line for first I lion that has been Dresented to Con.

Insertion; 3c. per line for each subse- Kinpp T havp bppn in thp Qonnt
uent insertion. One change a week gress since 1 nave oeen in ine senate,
allowed on readers without extra com- I would feel that I was contributing

p TJIVI afti:mt at lenl rates, to the ruin not only, of the transpor

cans are given to claiming as a part
of their peculiar bailiwick, and a state

in which organized labor has great

strength.

Some of his constituents wrote him

favoring the Plumb plan and asking

him to support it. Here is his reply:

'The Plumb plan," the senator said,

"is the most vicious piece of legisla- WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM-

ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

katlo biz line maximum, one

Electros must be mounted, or charge tation system of the country but to its time, 25c: three times. 50c.: six timet

jrayaDie in aa-

wfll be made for mounting.

financial and industrial breakdown if

I voted for it. It would lead not only

75c; one month $3.

vance.

'aya

ia, returned home Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Robbinson re

turned Monday from Williston, where

they spent several weeks.

Everyone please remember the re

vival at the Baptist church, which

will begin Sunday night, Aug. 24th.
Rev. E. Lee Smith of Orlando will as assist
sist assist Rev. Boatwright in the meeting.

Everyone has an invitation to attend.

Mrs. Oscar Burnett and daughter,

Miss Ella Cahoon returned Monday
from Lake Weir.

The many friends of Miss Carrie

Forbes are sorry to know she is again

n the Ocala hospital.

Mr. Arthur Martin, who has been in

J. H. Spencer

VV. R. Pedrick

THE OCALA -GAS -EMGIME W0M
Local Agents for the Old Reliable
EUJnCM AUTOMOBILE

Announces that they are now Handling Storage Batteries and
maintain a fully equiped service station for recharging batteries.
Complete line of GOODYEAR and UNITED STATES Tires and
Tubes. All kinds of Automobile Accessories, and a full line of
parts for the BUICK.

GASOLINE

OILS

GREASE

wma (gas mm

Wl

Fix the profiteers and the profits to the ruin of the whole people but OATT, A jr. Aixnur -arwnf
11 fix themselves. to every railroad man as well" 0R ?ALEAt once, Mason & Ham- Jacksonville for several weeks, re

iin piano, practically new. rnone 1 iumea nome oaturuay.
7f. 22-3t Mr. G. A. Brown, who has been

away for some time, returned Thurs-

It is no longer necessary to say "Let
the morrow take care of itself." It
has to.

every

And further on:

"If the Plumb plan is sound eco economically
nomically economically and is for the interests of
the masses, why do you not suggest

that similar legislation be adopted

FOR SALE Two 3-speed 6 to 10 inch day night.
and 10 to 14 inch cone pulleys, with Mr. Fred Neil, who has been in the

Hardly any trade, profession or wheby all public utilities, including V1 n 1nan,ers' elC- AaaM,S 13 w7
lling is willing to take its share of water works, electric lieht nlants. eas officc' 0cala FIa- 21Hmra"?.ret?

iir. xiowara rsiey leit ounuay iur

calling

hard luck.

It isn't Shantung but his

water works, electric light plants, gas

and heating plants, be purchased and ttttttt,t Tt j t-i.' :n

turned over to their employes and op-1 r', :J m;c WnWpn ,nPnt. Simdav

own Uratives respectively? If it is sound Vlr".

1 1?.? 1 it?

tongue that the average obstruction- and in the interests of the masses, s?oa co.na"lon oeiore re-seumg.
f Lnntnr i rnnpml nhnut. .i- not tk.f ii v,o Repair sewing machines, lawn mow-

ist senator is concerned about.

why do you not suggest, that all the

coal mines, iron and copper mines

with Mrs. E. T. Spencer of Ocala.

Mrs. A. M. Erwin and children left

The difference between capital and purchased by the government and be
organized labor is that capital is will- turned over to their operatives in the

ing to leave the common people .same way? Why do you not suggest

enough to exist on.

, ers. enamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter, Friday night for Norfolk, Va.
1 310, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf Mr. Cordrey of Lynne w

as the

guest of his sister, Mrs. M. R. Sims

Have money making proposition for last week.

i:.. 1 A J J a TT I A nlhnnv chnnl will -in on novr Mnn.

ai ii r 1 j. :i 1 n c wire tuxitraniau. auuxcss j. xi. 1 v..v vv...

mat an maiiuiaciuruig uuu muuauwi . 1- o A A nmict vuh

1 e it i. 1 u J I xuxiiuc;t, Kcuciai uciit ci y oi

Vou'c tunc rctra ?cA nnro I n c f xxtopV

The Peonle COUld bring down ine wun government xunua or oy me is- oat "c a j -..-t.i. V,of fnrpr Anthnntr rrirl MUcs Mnv

cost of a large quantity of articles by ruance of government bonds and turn- Annlvto J. W. Eaton, who left here for Oklahoma

refusing to buy them. There are a lot ed 1 over to r operative; in gouth Mainrsyeet. 2l 3t about a year ago, was married Sun

01 goous on me marKti uiey can uu jr jr- "v w.v, w.- dav. Aucr. 10th. to Mr. Almert Uhl-

witllOUt. the Stores be purchased and turned n SAT.l?i A nnr Will Lnn nf Missouri. Thp vonn rounle

over to their operatives in the same if ffll!,t i i. have the best wishes of manv friends

f wnv? Whv Ho vrtn nnt. Tpcnrn mpTiri I te 1 . :

ui v" I "J ' "J J I A T TIT TT. tin O nf tho ir-Mn horo

. 1 ,1 n .1 1 t aT i. v I 111 dUC. AUU1V LU l. TT. XXUIltCi XXU O. 1 "- "" ".v.s,

me mat au me uaims ox tue couiinjr ue x"" ot 04. A hnl,r 6nfor.Hh knmo nfMr

S. R. Harwell Monday night, but only

FOR RENT seven room dwelling! succeeded in giving tne occupants a

Dispatches say two more

flicrht lieutenants are lost in

mountains of Mexico. It begins to acquired by the government and turn

look to u like those flitrht lieutenants ed over to their operatives? Why do

oro mnro trnnhl tVmn thov arp worth. I you not ask in the interests of th

room

f ti 4. I all modern inprovements: furnished I fright.

inases tnat me guvexiixxiexiu u. Aw, . w on Mr5, j Tj. WIIpv nnH luihv Ipft Sat

vi uiuuiuisucui nyuiv aii x'vv. .v aii i - j

bert street. 21-6t urday for Weirsdale

Mr. Warren Milligan and family

FOR SALE Seven cottages, from left Tuesday for Lake Weir, where
SfiKO to StlfiOO- Easv tprms. Live in I they will join Mr. L. L. Priest and

The American public is sick of all the farms of the country and turn

strikes. A large proportion of said them over to the employes on the
public is made up of union men with farms? And, lastly, may I suggest

hon. ps nnd families who would be all that if one man would happen to own

?iKht if the wa,WnS debates Wou,d tv one of Which he rents S See

let tnem aione. I . . It. m M,i7n-v pnnm k WoMpt. kwv

house shall be bought by the govern- -- nYclV

1 x,.j ,tn9 vtaia, x' ia.

I WANTED Middle aged white woman

Owinc to the hif?h price of lumbei

nn.-l labor, it is almost impossible for Where is this going to end?

-i? t. -u xx I T foro ia o mnn wVin sfnnf?Q "fniTr.

an orainary cmzen ;o uunu to make future home with small fam-

tnese days, uuc ne nas as goou an -1 Ililv Annlv to P O Box Ocala
opportunity as ever to build a mansion constantly attuned to the wind of APP to O. Box 88, Ocala

in the Skies. 1 pvpuianty, uui who lias nie kuuiagc

nf his rnnviftinns. woiim tnpr wprp

. . I rmVf OAT P T.;ff1etnn Pnnnnf PJ.V.

,ao ivinr hp siinnfi-nn nvpr it more like him m the United States!

seems to us that the best way to get Senate, and elsewhere.

the best of the meat packers is to

adopt their methods. If they were asl Mr. Z. C. Chambliss, a man who al-

. - I liC d A K (X 1 JJ1 C-A. A k m m xX A. XX A a XIXX X Llll

wasteful as the average citizen, they most every voter in Marion and bum- wm be sold &te yto the highest

WOU1U UM iu livc 1 x viujr .liwo xFvo, JJ Rifia fft vp spJ1lpJ nnH in hnTlH

wnuen 10 tne uusnneii limes a ieer . vit- Cont ief

. xil j-rx. l-n x. t i I v v. vn v. w vavwxv xow -v

VV t' Have IJietiy guuu itasuu w ut- 1 icSaiumK xjcutiuui x Jtuci, ()roce T.T Poiff l.Toin T?lo 9rtin

... 1 t I1 rl J if 11 1 t' voj xix. x.,.. xxxx b..., x w. x.v-x vr h

. ti urn wt v 1 n v n n -11- n -r t. 1 n n w i ion- nsrw -w v.. n

xL. 1 x r iu : ,, mrvn I I. : nM 1 x x:u,,x x

vx x v .T oi Vi j WAxNTHiU burnished apartment or
We have heard two or three around senator, and the Star will reproduce by young coup Address

nere uenounce n, aim we House, care Star office. 20-3t

an article in me ivauvvaj age
strongly opposes it. It is "plumb
foolishness."

er;.witte s-norsepower gasoline en

gine; International one-horse hay

baler; 70-foot 8-inch rubber belt. Can
be seen at Matt Reiff farm, Martin.

A dispatch to a friend in this city FQR SALEjersCy cow and calf.

ru.u,r. ier-".". w" calf two weeks old. Apply to Jake

pa.nxuiiy uu, ub wijr .ujuxcu GoWm or hone 353

20-6t

It has come to the Star's knowledge in a streetcar accident in Washington

that there is yet a possibility of Mar- this morning. We hope his injuries WANTED To rent furnished house.

ion county navi ig a xan ... lung u. x:ieu.iieir u Permanent. C. G. Rose, Lake Weir,

WO unaersiunu txiav suinc ui uui uus-iux ins ijtivc ... vi.e ociiaic. xxe can 111

mess ;men are getting together with a jbe spared from it at the present time

vitw of pulling off our usual annual

exhibition without any help from the) For the purpose of raising a fund
public funds. The Star is heartily in j to obtain uniforms for a baseball nine

Fla.

19-6t

FOR SALE Two seated surrey. In

good condition and reasonable. Apply

to A. J. Brigance, Box 1G9, Ocala,

Fla. 16-6t

'.

THE UNJVR'JSJCAa
Remember that when you bring your
Ford car to us for mechanical attention
that you get the genuine Ford service
materials, experienced workmen and Ford
factory prices. Your Ford is too useful,
too valuable to take chances with poor
mechanics, with equally poor quality ma materials.
terials. materials. Bring it to us and save both time
and money. We are authorized Ford
dealers, trusted by the Ford Motor Com Company
pany Company to look after wants of Ford owners
that's the assurance we offer. We are get getting
ting getting a few Ford cars and first come first to
receive delivery.
Tucker's Garage
. Phone 439
Ocah - Florida

FOR SALE One John Dere hay

press, one John Dere mower, one Kel

ly duplex feed mill, two mules. In Inquire
quire Inquire of Blowers Lime & Phosphate

j Company. 16-6t

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

liable couple to go on farm near Jack

sonville 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

family, who are there for severa
weeks.

Messrs. T. A. Lamb, Gary Lamb,

SPENCER & PEDRICK, Proprietors,

" When Better Automobiles Are Built Buick Will Build Them

Ocklawaha Avenue and Osceola SL

Ocala, Florida

O. G. Jones and II. T. Jones left Tues

day for Salt Springs.

Mr. J. A. Talton, Mrs. H. E. Talton

and little son and the Misses Harwell
composed a fishing party down at

Sand Dam Tuesday evening.

Mr. F. W. Bishop is having a hand

some garage erected on his property

in the western part of Anthony

RAILROAD

SCHEDULES

Arrival and Denarture of nasseneer

trains at OCALA UNION STATION.

The following schedule figures pub

lished as information and not guar

anteed.

(Eastern Standard Time)

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-New York 2:10am
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-ist. Petersburg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD

Leave Arrive
2:12 pm J'ckaonville-New York 3:15 am.
1:45 pm. J'lcsonville-G'lnesville 3:35 pm.
1:42 am. J'lcsonvllle-Q'&esvllle 10:13 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pet'sbrg-L&keland 2:12 atu.
3:35 pm St. Pet'sburg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:40 am. Ou'nellon-L.'keland 11:03 pm.
5:25 pm. Homosassa 1:35 pm.
10:13 pm. Leesburs 6:42 am.
4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuday. Thursday. Saturday.

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. Be 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 & PacMnig- Go.

TEE W1TO HOTEL
Jacksonville, Florida.

In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in e&cli room. Dining room service is
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per Any per person to $6.

J. EKAVANAUGH,
Proprietor.

ROBERT IYI. MEYER,
Mansger.

If the other fellow can make advertising pay why not you? Call phone 61.

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

BARGAINS IN FORDS

One 1918 Ford Touring Car; elec electric
tric electric starter; in Al shape.
One 1915 Ford Touring Car; in
first class shape.
One 1918 Ford Touring Car; new
tires. AUTO SALES COMPANY,
4-tf Mack Taylor.
BEAN SEED

We have bean seed for fall plant planting;
ing; planting; Wadwell Kidney Wax at $10 per
bushel; green beans at $9 per bushel.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.

Keep out the moths with Cedar
Compound, 25 cents the package at
Gerig's Drug Store. tf

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jW 3 DoWnXto Go!
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ON.EEIKIORIAIKI
Let us quote you prices
on a monument or Head Headstone
stone Headstone to mark the last rest resting
ing resting place of your loved
ones.
MARBLE OR GRANITE.
OCALA MARBLE WORKS
E. W. LEAVENGOOD, Mgr.
N. Magnolia St.
OCALA. FLORIDA.

OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any society items for

the Star, please phone five-two-three.

For Scpttsimlier

POPULAR SONGS
A2748 Your'e Making a Miser of Me (Henry Burr); Some Day YouH be
Sorry that You're Glad (Irving and Jack Kaufman) 10 in. 85c.
A2755 My Swannee Home (Sterling Trio); My Sugar-Coated Choocolate
Boy (Campbell and Burr) 10 in. 85c
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, Hock-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 Lan-,
, Lan-, terns Glow (Columbia Saxophone Sextette) 10 in. 85c.
AGlll Kiss Me Again (Columbia Orchestra); Life and Love Waltz
(Columbia -Orchestra) 12 in. $1.25

A2758 The Vamp (Waldorf-Astoria Singing Orchestra); Behind Your
Silken Veil (The Happy Six) 10 in. 85c

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

AG109 Peer Gynt Suite (Columbia 1 Symphony Orchestra); Peer Gynt

Suite. Part 11. (Columbia Symphony Orchestra) ..... .12 in. $1.25
AG110 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 Tambouritza Orchestra); Waves of
of the Warne Waltz (Olga Bibor's Gypsy Orchestra). . .10 in. 85c.

VOCAL RECORDS

4955911 Trovatore. D'Amor SulP Ali Rosee (Rosa Ponselle) . .12 in. $1.50
49590 The Sunshine of Your Smile (Riccardo Stracciari) 12 in. $1.50
AG112 Kathleen Vavourneen (Barbara Maurel); Love's Old Sweet Song

(Barbara Maurel) 12 in. $1.50

(KdDLEDMAKf
Why Pay More''

Mr. Julian Bullock, who recently re returned
turned returned from service overesas, left yes yesterday
terday yesterday on a business trip for points
on the east coast.

The attraction at the Temple today
is the amiable Tom Moore in "Man
and His Money" and the Heast News.
Wanted: Small office safe. Must
be a bargain and in good condition.
Federal Bakery. 22-2t
Mr. Norman Home and sister, Miss
Ethel Home, returned today from a
visit to friends and relatives in Val Val-dosta
dosta Val-dosta and Ashbum, Ga.
Mrs. Charles Mathews, Mrs. George
Yancey and little daughter, Mary
Elizabeth, are in Daytona, where
they have taken an apartment for the
rest of the season.

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Let Us Repair Your Car
Our facilities are unsurpassed. We make reasonable charges for
our work and guarantee satisfaction.' We are prepared to repair any anything
thing anything from the largest auto truck to the small pleasure car, and do
it promptly. Service station for the Moon, Chalmers, Maxwell and
Oakland automobiles.

B0

Our Gasoline and Oil Station
Is open from 6 a. m. to 12 p. m.
IMER'S GARAGE RSfiiSK

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Harold Bell Wright's new book on
sale tcday at The BOOK SHOP. 213t
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. McKenzie motor

ed to Daytona today, accompanied by

Miss Mae Parr and Miss Katie Mae
Eagleton. They expect to be gone

several days.

Miss Marian Dewey expects to leave

the first of September to spend her

vacation visiting a college friend in
Milwaukee, Wis., and will also visit

in Chicago and Atlanta. Miss Dewey

will be away several weeks.

Ladies, use Nailoid Cuticle pack

ages, and keep your nails in good

shape. Sold only at Gerig's Drug Store

at 25 cents the package. tf

Bliss Wynona Wetherbee has com completed
pleted completed a delightful visit to friends in
Atlanta and is now in Macon, Ga., the
guest of Miss Jean Oliphant. Miss
Wetherbee will visit friends in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville before returning to Ocala.
The many friends in Ocala of Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Barrett will regret to

know that they are to leave shortly to

mf.kc their home in South Georgia,

Mr. Barrett having accepted a sales

manship in that territory and willl

make Almany his headquarters.

W. R. Bryant has enlarged the high

school lunch stand, making room for

stationery supplies needed in the

school, which he will handle in con
.

nection witn luncnes, ice cream,

tandy and fruit. 21-2t

Mrs. Geo. L. Taylor has returned

from Jacksonville, curtailing her visit
owing to the illness of her little
daughter, Leonora, who is suffering

with an attack of fever. Mrs. Bla

lock will remain in Jacksonville to be
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Phil

lips for a longer visit.

Settled colored woman wanted to go
to the fishing club near Inglis. Duties
will be to wash dishes and care for
the house. No cooking to do. Good
salary and tips. Comfortable cottage

to live in. Apply to J. H. Spencer, E.
C. Bennett or P. V. Leavengood. 14-6t

Misses Margaret and Mamie Taylor

and little Martha Taylor, returned

yesterday from their summer home
at -Lake Weir. Miss Margaret Tay

lor expects to leave the last of August

for New Jersey, to resume her pro

fessional occupation.

Get ready your fall garden. We

have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf

Several couples of the very young

set enjoyed an impromptu dance at

the residence of Mrs. B. D. Blachburn

last night. The victrola furnished
music for the merry crowd, who en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed this diversion for several hours.

Mrs. M. E. Edwards and daughter,
Miss Mabel, who have been guests of
Mrs. W. A. Barrett since Monday, re

turned on the afternoon train to their
home in Gainesville.

JUST RECEIVED
A Special Purchase of
FINE VOILE SUMMER FROCKS
in beautiful flowered designs and the most
attractive styles we have presented
this season.
These frocks range in value
up to $20.00
Special For
SATURDAY, AUG. 23RD

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None Sent on
Approval.

No Alterations,
None Charged.

Send Us Your
BLANKETS, RUGS
AMD COMFORTS
They will
RECEIVE CAREFUL
ATTENTION
OCALA STEAM LAUNDRY
PHONE 101

The

Fashion Center.

Ocala, Florida. I

We have all of Harold Bell Wright's
books, including the new one, "The
Re-Creation of Brian Kent." THE
BOOK SHOP. 21-3t

The regular Thursday night dance
at the springs last night was unusu unusually
ally unusually well attended, the Ocala dancing
crowd being augmented by several

members of Gainesville society who

are enjoying a camping trip there.
The music was especially good, and
dancinsr was continued until a late

hour.

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AUTOHOBILE SERVICE
No charge for delivery of e&sket anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SSIITD; SAM B. PYLES JIL,
r Licenssd Esabalners

Office Phono 10 Uinht Phonos 225,or,423

ft. :ll W 1

A fresh shipment of Guth'a and

Nunnally's Candies just in at Gerig's

Drug Store. tf

Douglas Fairbanks at the Temple
theater last night, in "Wild and

Woolly," fulfilled the anticipations of

the audience. In this role he portray

ed an eastern youth who had a mania
for western lore, visiting. the west in
the interests of his railroad president

father, and the reception he encoun-

teicd. The fake hold-up arranged for

his benefit turned out to be the real
thing, but the young man was equal

to the occasion. The picture was ful

of exciting episodes and appealed
particularly to the juvenile patrons

present, and their elders who enjoy

real wild west shows.

Get ready your fall garden. We

have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf

Elton Stanaland, whose home is in

Ocala, Fla., is visiting his former

shipmate, Everett Miller of this city

who is now employed at the Hansen

laboratory. The two young men were

members of the crew of the U. S. S

Lake Blanchester, which did eight
months' service in the war zone. This

ship established a record of making

more trips in carrying supplies from

England to France, in the period dur

in wghich she was engaged in that

work, than any other vessel of her
class. Mr. Stanaland is now a mem-

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The.
Fashion Center.
Ocala, Florida.

ter of the crew of the U. S. S. Imper-

ator, on which he has made several

trans-Atlantic trips. Little. Falls, N.
Y., Evening Star.

Jump from Bed
in Morning and
Drink Hot Water

Tells why everyon ehoutd drink
hot water each morning
before breakfast.

FAIRFIELD

Fairfield, Aug. 20. Mrs. Sallie
Randall and Misses Myrtice and
Verna Mae Boulware returned to their
home at Island Grove today, after a
very pleasant visit with relatives at
this place.
The revival meeting at the Baptist
church closed Sunday afternoon. Rev.

"Gus" Padgett of Fort McCoy assist assisted
ed assisted the pastor in the meeting. There
were nine additions to the church.
Notwithstanding the rain and bad con condition
dition condition of the roads, the meetings were
well attended. Baptismal services
were held Sunday afternoon.
There will be services at the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon,
ind it will probably be the pastor's

farewell sermon as he expects to leave
soon for Scotland, where he will at attend
tend attend school. Everyone is cordially, in invited
vited invited to attend this service.
Mrs. Mary Ron and Mrs. D. M. Kin Kin-ard
ard Kin-ard and two children expect to leave
Thursday for points in Georgia, each
to visit relatives.

Use the Star want ads for remits.

wny it man ana woman, nan tne

time, feeling nervous, despondent.

worried: some days headachy, dull and

unstrung; some days really Incapaci

tated by illness.

II we all would practice lnslde-bath-

Ing, what a gratifying change would

take place. Instead of thousands ox

half -sick, anaemic-looking souls with

pasty, muddy complexions we should
see crowds of happy, healthy, rosy rosy-cheeked
cheeked rosy-cheeked people everywhere. The rea

son is that the human system does not

rid kself each' day of all the waste
which It accumulates under our pres

ent mode of living. For every ounce
of food and drink taken into the system
nearly an ounce of waste material
must be carried out, else it ferments
and forms ptomalne-Uke poisons which
are absorbed into the blood.
Just as necessary as it Is to clean

the ashes from the furnace each day,
before the fire will burn bright and
hot, so we must each morning clear
the inside organs of the previous day's
accumulation of indigestible waste and
body toxins. Men and women, whether
sick or well, are advised to drink each
morning, before breakfast, a glass of
real hot water with a teaspoonful of
limestone phosphate in it, as a harm harmless
less harmless means of washing out of the
stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels the
indigestible material, waste, sour bile
and toxins; thus cleansing, sweeten sweetening
ing sweetening and purifying the entire alimen alimentary
tary alimentary canal before putting more food
into the stomach.
Millions of people who had their turn
At constipation, billons attacks, add
stomach, nervous days and sleepless
nights have become real cranks about
the morning inside-bath. A quarter
pound of limestone phosphate will not
cost much at the drug store, but is
sufflclent to demonstrate to anyone,
its cleansing, sweetening and freahen freahen-lac
lac freahen-lac cSect epea (ho syetexa.

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Tho all-yoat-'round soft drink.
Leadership, once staMislii33,'
is strengthened and confirmed
by its followers and imitators f
Bevo's leadership is proclaimed
by the largest rear guard that
ever followed a leader.
Sold everywhere -Familief suppliod hy
grocer, druoMist and delerv" Visitors
are cordially invltod to Inspect our plant.
ANHEUSER-BUSCH ST.LOUI&

, Consumers Ice Co3 A t' ;
fl Tasasa. Fla.

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PHONE 108
or 243
for
FRESH MEAT
and
GROCERIES
Prompt Delivery
MAIN STREET
MARKET

1HE

An examination
is as necessary
to locate eye
troouble as the
glasses are to
relieve it.

LATEST LOCALS

James Knight is enjoying a visit to
relatives in Jacksonville.

LIFE

FIRE

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

A package of Cedar Compound in
your piano will probably save a repair
bMl. Gerig's Drug Store. tf

Arkansas Elberta Peaches 40c. a

dozen at W. A. Stroud's. 22-2t

SHADY

ANNOUNCEMENT
I desire to announce to my friends and
patrons that I am now located in my
new store on south side of Harrington
Hall Block, having recently moved my
business from the Smith Building. I am
prepared to do all kinds of repair work,
and my stock of Jewelry is complete.
You are cordially invited to call on me
at my new stand.

Mrs. E. G. Peek and children, who
left Ocala last week for Henderson Henderson-viller
viller Henderson-viller N. C, are now in Asheville for a
short stay.
Harold Bell Wright's new book on
sale today at The BOOK SHOP. 213t
Mrs. Samuel Leigh, who has been
enjoying a visit to her mother in
Jacksonville, has gone to New York
city and Boston, for a stay of several
weeks.
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

Mr. Arthur Griffin of the Gillette
Lumber Co., Tampa, who has been in
Ocala several days past, returned to

Tampa today. Mr. Griffin expects to

move his family from Tampa to Ta

vares shortly, business in that section
making his frequent presence there

necessary.
Postmaster Rogers has just receiv

ed a circular announcing that the war

department will sell at the Atlanta

supply depot 600,000 commercial blan

kets. The prices named are as fol follows:
lows: follows: All wool new $6 each; all wool
reclaimed $5 each; cotton new $3
each; cotton reclaimed $1.25 each. To
these prices must be added the parcel

post charges. Orders are to be left

with the postmaster. This proposition

is worth looking into by the city and

county authorities, as an additional

discount can be secured by buying in

quantities of twenty-hve to hity in

bales.

J. E.

Ocala

ALLEMAND
JEWELER
Florida

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SAVE MONEY ON MEAT!
We always handle the best fresh meat to be
had and our prices are always the lowest.
Round Steak 25c. (Best Pork Chops 35c.
Loin Steak 30c. Pork" Sausage 25c.
Stew Meat 15c.
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc
' WEW YORK MEAT MARKET

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WEST BROADWAY

PHONE 110

Shady, Aug. 19 Mr. Harvey Black Blackburn
burn Blackburn was here Tuesday, demonstrat demonstrating
ing demonstrating to Mr. Smith how to keep the
weevils from destroying his corn.
Mr. F. C. Barnes is busy at work
on the hard road here between Orange

avenue and Shady road.

Mr. Seth Tubbs is employed by the

R. H. Todd Lumber Co. in Ocala and
will remain in Ocala for a few weeks.

Mrs. Max Adams and children of

Micanopy are expected to arrive this
week and will be the guests of Mr.

and Mrs. S. A. Tubbs for a few days.

Mr. and Mrs. Silver and Mr. Silver

Sr. of Ocala were calling on Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Sunday.

Mr. Jim Adams of Belleview visit

ed friends here Sunday afternoon.

George Leak of Calvary was the

dinner guest of the Douglas boys Sun

day.

Miss Naomi Holland is on the sick

list and here's hoping she will soon be

11 right again.
A bunch of boys and girls of the

happy 'teen age gathered at Mr. Ar

thur Douglas' Sunday evening and

made the welkin ring with songs ap-

r ropriate to the Sabbath. This is the

one thing we love best and hope they

will do the same often.

Mr. and Mrs. F. C Barnes went to
North Lake Weir Sunday, where they

joined the Goin family and spent the

day.

We were glad to greet some of Cal

arv's vounc folks at Sunday school

Sunday, Misses Dollie and Jessie Mor

rison and Mr. Jack Home and hope

they will come often, oftener, often

et, till they get the habit and can't

stay away.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Blair and lit

tie Miss Irma were visiting Mr. and
Mrs. S. L. Redding and also attended

preaching here Sunday.

A merry squad of the Shady young

folks went over to the Calvary school

house Friday evening where they met

with Calvary's young" folks and all
indulged in games till a late hour. Mr.

and Mrs. George Buhl were there act

mg as chaperones but between you
and I they acted very youngish and

we failed to see any dignified chap

eronish manners about them. They

kept those boys and girls having

fcood time till long after the cocks
crow and can just expect them to go

back soon.

Mr. B. J. Woods and little Miss

Elsie came up from Weirsdale Friday

for a few days' visit at home.

Mrs. Pressly, who has been teaching

Mrs. Rube Redding's children this

summer will leave us in a few days,
much to our regret. Mrs. Pressly has
attended church and assisted in the

Sunday school as often as possible,

A SURE WAY TO SAVE ON TIRES d we regret to see her leave.

Master van Laaaon is visuing rel

atives in Miami and Master Pete Lid-

Let us vulcanize all of vour old used ... I

in nan t-i in ir annn j

T? av Smith HorHin will nronpn nor A I

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We Are Now
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READY FOR BUSINESS x
and we invite the public to call and in inspect
spect inspect the many improvements made
since the fire. Don't forget the place,
Corner Ft. Ring Ave. and South Main St.
0. K. TEAPOT
GROCERY

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SHERIFF

ADMITS

HE HAS KILLED HUNDREDS
iKteresting Stateemnt by Man Who
Has Tested Modern and Effective
Methods of Destruction
Formerly a sheriff of his native
county, a man now living in South
Georgia declares that on numerous
occasions he has killed mosquitoes by
the hundreds in his home merely by
spraying Torment into the air. Tor

ment kills mosquitoes instantly, eveiJ

while they are on the wing. It has
no offensive odor, does not stain

f.: i i i :r r u4-V.

positively prolongs tue iixc ui. uun, rrirHill,v :nv:fpri nnH rpnupsfprl to rP.

tires and tubes. Figure it out for e i

yourself and you will see what a big
saving we can create for you in your

tire account.
BIAL0CK BROS.

MOSS BLUFF

PFONE 78
Oklawaha Ave

Ocala, Fla.

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TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS
OPPOMTUMIITY

Moss Bluff, Aug. 20 Messrs. Wiley

and Hopkins of Leesburg are in our

section this week buying oranges.

The cream supper given by the club

girls Friday night was a great suc success.
cess. success. Many were present fjni Okla Oklawaha,
waha, Oklawaha, Lynne, Electra and Weirsdale.

The club girls are Miss Martha Fort,

Miss Hoyt Martin and Mrs. Jettie
White.

Another one of our sailor boys re

turned home Friday, Mr. Fred Davis.

lie was in service about 12 months.

Fred is well and looking fine.

Sunday is Rev. Colson's preaching

day at the Christian church. We hope

to see a large crowd out, both morn

ing and evening.

Miss Daisy Batton will return home

Saturday after, spending several

weeks with her parents, Miss Martha

Fort.

Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Morrison are

visiting relatives in Tampa.

Mrs. John Martin and daughter,

Miss Hoyt were shopping in Ocala

Saturday.

Rev. Donovan of Tavares will preach

at the Congregational church Satur

Keep Cool in one of these PALM BEACH, MOHAIR or KOOL KLOTH, Suits atj Every one is cordially in

A. BIG SAVING IN PMICE

Miss Martha Fort expects to leave

Saturday for Dade City and Brooks

ville. where she will spend several

weeks visiting friends and relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wood motor

ed to Ocala Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Galloway and
Mrs. Cora Dosh of Ocala spent last

We have a limited number of these suits in stock and prefer to SACRIFICE rather than tiful country home.

carry them over. SALE BEGINS SATURDAY, AUGUST 23rd. Mr; DaVcor as a vlsltor t0 tne
v,ctAAJ cnnntv spnf. Saturn a v.

If you only wear it a month or so this season, you make money by investing now and

V ; you'll have your suit next year.

Keep your home

clear of the malaria-carrying mos mosquito
quito mosquito and you will be healthier and
happier. Torment is admitted to be

the greatest insecticide ever discov discovered.
ered. discovered. It annihilates flies as well as
mosquitoes. A bottle of Torment, in including
cluding including spray, 25 cents at your drug

gist's. Manufactured by the G. B.

Williams Co., Quitman, Ga. Adv. 3

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We Do Riot Experiment
At your expense on your car, nor is it puicly guess
work.
We Can Find Your Trouble
and fix it. This is econorriy on your purse; therefore
if you have
A Maxwell Car
That needs repair, brin; it to the Maxwell Repair
Shop, where you can get real Maxwell Service. We
enn convince you that our service is the best and
cheapest in the long run.
Maxwell Repair Shop
Next Door to the Maxwell Service or Tarts Room
Corner Osceola and Ft. King. Ocala, Fla.

5 SiaiS
25 Smit
80 Suit

Palm Beach in Dark Colors Assorted C-fl Jfh ghk
S12.50 to $15.00 values )JLvv(l

Dark Gray Stripe and Navy Blue 11 11 fZfh
SlfvUO rn $16.50 values iLJUeMF

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Light Tan Shades
$10 00 rn $12.50 values J i ePvi

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$20.00 Grade
18.00 Grade
15.00 Grade

$15.00
120
11.50

ONE BMOMEN ASSORTMENT KOOL K

SUITS $8.50, $10.00 and $12.50 Grade at

TRUNKS, BAGS AND SUITCASES
FOR YOUR VACATION TRIP

AVAIL YOURSELF OF THIS UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY AT

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Citra, Aug. 21. Mr. E. L. Wart-

mann left Sunday for Atlanta, where
he was called on account of the ill illness
ness illness of his daughter, Mrs. Eugene

Cox.
Mr. Harry Mullen of Miami was a

visitor here last Sunday.

Mr. William Driver after a ten days
visit to his parents here, has return returned
ed returned to Newport News.
Mr. and Mrs. Crosby and children
spent Sunday at Inverness.
Mrs. Massie has returned to Ocala
after a pleasant visit with Citra
friends.
Mr. John Wyckoff left last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday for Charleston and later expects
to go to Newport News.
A protratced meeting will be start started
ed started at the Methodist church' Friday
r.igkt. The opening sermon will be
preached by Mr. Roberts.
The young people, chaperoned by
Mrs. Driver, enjoyed a splash party
at Simmons' pond Monday night.
Mrs. Ramey and little nephew, S.
S. Carswell are visiting Jacksonville
friends.
The younger set were pleasantly
entertained at the White house Fri Friday
day Friday night.
Mrs. Timmons and children have
returned from a visit to Orlando.
Miss Kathryn Wyckoff left Thurs Thursday
day Thursday for Okeechobee. City, where she
will teach in the high school.

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

ALTiMAN-CHARLES CO.
Ocala House Block

GO TO

B. G O X D M A W

FOR

Coffins and Caskets,
Furniture, Etc.
Day Phone 253 Night Phone 511
L. HUR&T, MANAGER
Magnolia Street, (Tlr'all TPTIo
Opposite Court House. vtdld M. Id.

YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MORE

99

Sec Us For
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
Of All Kinds
We are in Position to Furnish You on Short Notice with Anything
You need in Our Line from a Wall Cleat to a Completely Equipped
Electric Plant.
DELC0 LIGHT SHOP, L. A. GABEL, PROP.

107 E. Fort King

Telephone 499

Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47. 101. set
OCALA, FLORIDA
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.

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

Before Buying An Automobile Sec

TIE IMM

6S W"

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 it3 unsur unsurpassable
passable unsurpassable qualities on short notice. When you are in the market for
a car that will insure you the utmost service at the least cost, phone

me.

MY REPAIR DEPARTMENT
Is equipped to repair any and ail makes of cars, and the service is
guaranteed satisfactory. Garage in the Carmichael Building, near
Union Station, North Magnolia street.
ME. E, MT
Phone 339



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