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OGALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 270
RADICALS FIRE ON
Indignant People of Centralia, Wash., Scouring
the Country for the Assassins
Centralia, Wash., Nov.' 12. State
tioops today patrolled this city,
where during the Armistice Day cele celebration
bration celebration yesterday four members of
the American Legion were shot and
killed and five others wounded by men
zzid to be members of the Industrial
Workers of the World and where
Britt Smith, secretary of the local
branch of the Industrial Workers was
ki nged by a mob. The reason for the
attack, which came as the head of the
parade swung past the Industrial
Workers headquarters has not devel develop
op develop fully, but persons co-operating
with the authorities in the investiga investigation
tion investigation under way, said evidence has
y been obtained that it was premedi-
Citizens today planned to drive
all radicals from Centralia.
Centralia, Wash, Nov. 12. Warren
Grimm, Centralia lawyer, and Ben
Cassacranda. Centralia real estate
man, died late yesterday from wounds
leceived when Industrial Workers of
the World fired on an Armistice day
nnrorla Vioro Trio tau fh list. lnat. niP-htl
stood at three. Arthur McElfresh hav-
ing been killed instantly. All were
overseas men. Hale Hubbard, one of
the six men wounded, was reported
dvintr. The other wounded will re-
cc Ver. it was said. All the killed
aAi wounded were overseas veterans.
" 'Sixteen alleged Industrial Workers
of the World were arrested last night
and more were being placed in jail as
fast as .they could be found. Former
scldiers were euardiner the iail to
"keeD the nrisoners from a mob which
crowded around the building.
The Industrial Workers of
World, it is charged, fired from roofs
of buildings near their hall. After
the shooting a mob ransacked the I.
W. W. hall, tore down the front of the
building and threw furniture into the
streets, where it was burned. The hall
itself was not burned.
Following the shooting the outrag
ed soldiers and citizens raided the I.
W. W. meeting place and surrounding
the buildings, seized several members
of the I. W. W. and a quantity of
arms and ammunition.
Centralia, Nov. 12 There are nine
teen alleged Industrial Workers of
the World in jaiL There was no dis
order this morning.
OAKLAND SETS GOOD EXAMPLE
Oakland, Calif., Nov. 12. A crowd
of citizens entered the headquarters
of the communist labor party here
early today, wrecked the- interior of
the place and a large quantity of rad-1
ical literature, red flags and furniture
were burned in the streets by the
NEW YORK STOCK
KEEPS ON LIQUIDATING
New York, Nov. 12. -Liquidation of
stocks was resumed in the opening of
today s siock maricet, Dut declines
were orderly m contrast to yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's demoralized close. Measures
taken by local financial interests sup
plemented by the Federal Reserve
Board were effective in stabilizing the!
ppneral market rnnmtnins.
AT GRACE CHURCH TONIGHT
i Rev. Mr. Campbell, rector of the
Episcopal church, at Gainesville, will
address the congregation of Grace
Episcopal church this evening at 7 :45
o'clock on the "Nation-Wide Awaken
Rev. J. Weber' Thompson of Palat-
ka, who was expected to make the ad
cress, was unavoidably detained, and
Mi, Campbell has consented to fill the
engagement. Mr. Campbell is a fluent
speaker and those who anticipated
hearing Mr. Thompson can feel assur assured
ed assured that the address of Mr. Campbell
will be equally as interesting.
EX-SERVICE IN IN
STUART'S CLOSING SPEECH
Editor Star: With your permission
I will add another few lines to what
I have said. You mildly suggest that
I stick to the question, which is. "To
bend or not to bond." I am not aware
that I have left the road and gone to
the field in a single instance. I have
shown by indisputable facts that the
present conditions of the country do
not warrant borrowing money to
build roads because of the exorbitant
pi ice of material .and labor. I have
shown that we would not get half the
work done now that we would in
normal times. I have shown that with
taxes already burdensome the county
rate will be doubled if we issue bonds.
The onlv real arerument I have heard
in favor of bonding under such condi
tions is that we want the roads. To
be sure we want good roads and we
vant a lot of other good things we
will not get until times get right, that
is, until things get cheaper, and they
are not coins: to eret cheaper and
money is going to be harder to get
You want to beware of contracting
debts while money is cheap and eyery-
thin gelse is high for as sure as you
live you are going
to see the dollar
go up and everything else go down,
so dont' vote for these bonds.
A friend said things are better now
than they have been for a long time.
He must have had sugar in his coffee
that morning. (I didn't.) He said that
the banks were never so lull ot ae
posits. Whythis is proof people are
not investing the money. The capi
talists can afford to support the bond
issue. It will be a bonanza. They
can buy the 5 per cent, .bonds with
their 50-cent dollars' and get paid off
in 100-cent dollars and theyvare sure
of their interest for it has to be paid.
But to answer some of the claims
set up. One advocate thinks the
value of his land will increase some
$4000 on an investment of $25 in taxes
per year. Rock roads don't always do
ic. A tract of some duo acres with a
fine rock road right through it sold
under mortgage here for $15 an acre
just recently because the owner could
not get more for it. The land runs up
to the corporate limits of Ocala,-too.
Another says he wants the roads so
trucks may compete with railroad
trains. Suppose that is why he fav
ors bonding regardless of cost com
pcting with watered stock but they'll
P. arTpng ireignt on nying ma
chines Deiore ine ranroaa people nna
lout he is running a truck. Just as
I strong argument against bonds to say
I we won t need the bonded roads when
j the air routes open up.
Another advocate says he has just
J woke up from a Rip Van Winkle sleep
I and sees the necessity for votmer
bonds for roads. Better take another
nap, colonel. When the settlers find
that you woke up and voted bonds to
build roads during a bull panic, they
will go right on to South Florida,
where they know when to vote bonds i
and when to build roads and get the
WOrth of their
money. When ,you
Wake un asrain vou will find nnrnl
A A.1 1
notner is a Dig property owner
who will pay, as much. tax as several!
small property owners and says I am1
for bonds. It is quite probable that
i,ae smaii property owner is wise
enough to know that the big ones pass
the "buck" on down to the consumer.
and who has a better opportunity than
the contractor and the merchant to
But, here is whv the people sro on
to South Florida: It has been adver-
j tised throughout the north and west,
j in every city and hamlet, by the Ev-
I erglades land companies, that there is
a frost line in Florida "get below the
- 1 frost line." Mythical or not, it has pro-
duced the effect. Speak of coiner to
Marion county, Fla., up there and
about three out of five will say, "I'm
afraid you are not far enough south."
Another says he "expects he will
follow the crowd." Friend, you had
better vote the dictates of your con-
science and good judgment. The
crowd doesn't always go with the
I believe this pretty thoroughly an
swers all the argument that has been
odvanced for bonds so far, except to
get the federal and state aid. It seems-jmeet
we don't have to bond to get that. See
Mr. Clyatt's article Nov. 7th.
Road estimates are like house esti-
mates. It always costs more when
you go to build, even in normal times.
As one writer intimates you need not
erpect the system proposed to be com completed
pleted completed with this double price bond is
sue and many of us will pass away
before you would consetn to bond
again to complete them.
The government price investigating
bureau is advising the people to even
wear their old clothes another year
or two in order to help bring things
bar:k to normal conditions, yet bond
advocates want to spend a million and
a half with interest, etc., at once for
things you know you will have to pay
extravagant prices for, and mortgage
our property to do it. Last year when
there was a proposition to raise the
school tax three mills the Star took
the position that taxes were already
too high, we could not afford to raise
them, even for the education of the
children. Now it is willing to raise
them 20 odd mills for roads. Which
appeals to the settler more, good
schools or good roads?
against the school tax.
You voted j
You will be
a little inconsistent unless you vote
against the bonds, won't you?
What would you think of a news
paper man who would at the present
prices of paper lay in a twenty-year
stock? .1 know, you would think he
was a "dern" tool. Do you think the
people of the county are? You won't
when you hear the election returns.
Along about Dec. 3rd and 4th, when
the returns come in from Fort Mc
Coy and Anthony and Blitchton and
Sparr and all over the county, you
will say, well, those old crackers did
go out and vote sure enough and they
had more sense than we thought they
had. They won't vote for bonds.
In the city of Ocala the city valua
tion in many instances is higher than
the property can be sold for now, due
largely to depreciation on account of
present tax rate. Add this tax and
it will depreciate more the "straw
that breaks the camel's back." Hence,
the farms and other county property
would have to be advanced in valua
tion to raise the cost of bonds. Tax
is tax whether it is measured in mills
or increased valuation. Don't vote for
bonds. George Stuart.
St. Phillips Catholic church was the
scene of a simple and quiet wedding
this morning when Miss Mary Letitia
Schlatre became-4,he bride of Mr. Otis
There ceremony was performed by
Rev. D. Bottolacio and was witnessed
c nly by relatives and a few friends of
the young people. The youthful bride
was attired in a modish dress of tan
taffeta and wore a small white feather
hat. She carried a white prayer book
Immediately following the ceremony
3xr. and Mrs. Watson reDaired to the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Preston Schlatre, where a simple
wedding breakfast was served.
The bride is the eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Schlatre, who
live several miles south of Ocala, and
bus grown to young womanhood in
this community. Mr. Watson, who is
the oldest son of Mr. M. D. Watson,
ha? recently returned from service
overseas and was a member of the
337th butchery company.
ihe young people expectno make
their home for the present with the
lather of the groom, and have the
best wishes of their friends.
If you have callouses on bottom of
foot, Dr. Edison's Cushion Sole Shoe
j is the thing you want for comfort. To
be had only at Little's Shoe Parlor. 6t
BOARD OF TRADE
At this Meeting Steps Will be Taken
to Increase Probability of Favor Favorable
able Favorable Result of Bond Election
The Marion County Board of Trade
meets in regular session tomorrow
night at 8 o'clock. At this meeting
steps will be taken to further the in interests
terests interests of the coming bond election,
which will be held December 2nd. The
meeting wil, also, afford an opportu opportunity
nity opportunity for rc?mberr. to bring before the
organization any iaatters that they
think the Board of Trade should give
its attention to during the coming
j INVITES LABOR AND
CAPITAL TO MEET
Probably They Will be Able to Pre Prepare
pare Prepare a Good Plan by Which Both
May Prey on the Public
t Associated Tress)
Washington, Nov. 12. Secretary of
Labor Wilson today invited officials
of the United Mine Workers and rep-
resentatives of the coal operators to
him here Friday to discuss a
new wage agreement.
Washington, Nov. 12. Chairman
Brewster of the coal operators scale
committee announced today that the
mine owners had accepted Secretary
Wilson's invitation to meet represent
tatives of the miners here Friday to
negotiate a new wage agreement.
SLOW RETURNING TO WORK
Indianapolis, Nov. 12. Reports on
the number of miners returning to
wcrk have been slow reaching head headquarters
quarters headquarters of the United Mine Workers
here today, chiefly because the order
rescinding the ctrike call has not yet
been received in many districts. v
SAME OLD DEMANDS
Springfield, Ills., Nov! 12. Original
demands of a- CO per cent, wage in increase,
crease, increase, a six-hour day and a five-day
week will be presented the operators
by the mine workers at the conference
1 1 l r TV 1 TXT 1
I wiieu xur rriuay in asmngion, ac according
cording according to Frank Farrington, chair-
man oi the miners' scale committee.
HAD NO ARMISTICE
Not much stock was expected Tues
day on account of the great barbecue
and armistice celebration, but "more
hogs came from a wider territory and
frcm more people than any past sale
date. In fact, there was from 8 to 10
a. m. almost a jam of waerons and
trUCKS lOanPfl With hnvc enmn rt
them hurrvin tm rmlnaH i nr-Aar
gtt more loads
Q w W&VSWA. W
All the Knohlnrk hnv, hrwrrht w
uiiu au orouirni irooa ones, univ a
i ii t i
" fc" v'6-'
few scrub hogs showed up. There
were nearly two cars of first grade
hogs which averaged 214 pounds, and
sold for 11 c.
There have been some rumors here
and there that a yard charge is made
but the price paid is net to the seller,
without yardaee, weiehine or anv
Each of the three sales hays have
shown an increase of receints and
the home selling plan is growing in
Every Tuesday is sale day.
MARTIN IS NO MORE
Charlottesville, aV.. Nov. 12. Sen Senator
ator Senator Martin died today.
IN THE NORTHWEST
lvasmngion, rov. iz. leanaer,
Wyoming, with 20 degrees below zero
is the coldest place in the United
Mates today. The cold wave covers
the country from the Rocky Moun-
tains eastward to the Missouri valley
?nd the line of freezing temperature
extends to northwest Texas. Cold Miss Florence Brooks and her sis sis-wave
wave sis-wave warnings were issued today for! ter, Miss Dorothy Brooks, were among
interior of the gulf states and Ten-
nessee. Colder tonierht in the Atlantic
states, except southern Florida.
OFF THE TALK
Washington, Nov. 12. A movement
to limit Senate debate on the peace
tieaty by invoking the cloture rule
was inaugurated today by democratic
1 J .... m
leaaers. a petition ior cloture re
quiring only sixteen signatures for
submission was circulated by ndminis-
J tration leaders and soon had more
iiiun uouuie me necessary numoer.
Some republican leaders said theyiej e. Price $100. P. 0. Box 158. Mrs.
would support the proposaL
British and Americans at Paris in
Framing Peace Treaty Made
an Awful Botch
Paris, Nov. 12. The American del delegation
egation delegation to the peace conference has
informed the supreme council of its
intention to leave France during the
first of December, according to semi semiofficial
official semiofficial information from the French
foreign office. The British peace del delegation
egation delegation has also expressem the same
desire and the general impression in
French conference circles is that the
conference will conclude its work by
the end of this month.
VICTORY FOR LETTS
Dorpat, Livonia, Nov. 12. Lettish
troops near Riga attacked the German-Russian
forces of Colonel Ber Ber-mondt
mondt Ber-mondt yesterday and pushed them
back several miles along the entire
lire, the Lettish delegation at the
Baltic states conference here has
Paris, Nov. 12. Rumania's reply to
the allied note recently presented in
which it again demanded that Hun Hungary
gary Hungary be evacuated is regarded in
peace conference circles as wholly un unsatisfactory.
satisfactory. unsatisfactory. The note, which was
considered by the supreme council
today, was characterized as extremely
LITTLE POATS FOR PORTUGAL
Madrid, Nov. 12. It is reported
here that Portugal will acquire some
small warships in the United States.
The first anniversary of the signing
of the armistice which was fittingly
celebrated yesterday at the fair
grounds left in the minds and hearts
of all those who attended, the feel feeling
ing feeling that a closer bond exists between
Ocala citizens and their out of town
friends than ever before. The sin sincerity
cerity sincerity of the sign at the entrance
gates, "Ocala Welcomes Her Guests,"
vas manifested in every possible way,
by the abundance of food, the excel
lent program and the hearty good
cheer that prevailed. After the five
thousand or more persons had been
served, choice portions of the meat
and all that went with it were sent to
the hospital and to the industrial
school. The community singing which
vas led by Mr. J. J. Gerig, with Miss
Irma Blake at the piano, was enjoyed
by all to whom the familiar old mel melodies
odies melodies appeal, and the solos rendered
by the university band were especial especially
ly especially appreciated. The most unusual
sight was that oi Ucala's most prom-
I A 1
inent Dusiness men in aprons ana witn
sieeves ronea up, acting me part oi
efficient waiters, and the school boys
afi'orded a great deal of amusement to
the crowd on the grand stand by an
impromptu football game.
Out at the fair grounds yesterday
noon or a ew minutes, we met Mr.
J- J- e"ff who was tne only man
present who didn't look like he had
come into a fortune. Asked him what
was the matter; he said he was afraid
there was not enough vittles to go
I around. Later, we saw him trying to
further deplete the supply he had
one of those big dishes of goulash and
on top of it was a slice of barbecued
beef big enough to half sole a ?hoe,
bread, pickles, et. al. He needn't have
worried. There was enoueh and then
some. The colored boys out at Hun
ter Park were as well taken care of
as the whites, and we guess there
were lot of handouts carried home. It
took the writer till midnight to con
sume his ration.
Mr. J. M. Gates, the skilled barbe-
cuist, was tired to death, but a
I mighty well satisfied 'man, when he
I finished his work vesterdav. He was
on the job almost thirty-six hours,
and he gladdened the hearts of at
I least six thousand people
those from Lake Weir attending the
New residents of Ocala are Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Wolfe and tw small sons,
Ralph Jr. and Joe, who arrived re
cently from Harrisburg, Pa. Mr.
Wolfe is connected with the Ocala
Mrs. D. Newcomb Barco and two
children and Miss Jennie Lucas of St.
Augustine, who teaches the school at
Cctton Plant, were interested partici
pants m the celebration yesterday.
nurot r un. &ALt Hima in one
I Alice Fisher. 12-Ct
FARES TO THE FAIR
Southern Passenger Traffic Committee
Mr. Nathan Mayo, secretary of the
Marion County Agricultural Associa Association,
tion, Association, has received the following let letter:
ter: letter: Dear Sir: Referring to your letter
of October 25t making application
for reduced rates on account of the
Marion County Fair, we take pleasure
in advising that reduced rates on the
basis of one and one-half fares for
the round trip, minimum excursion
fare 25 cents, will be authorized from
Tiepton, Fort White, Lake Butler,
Palatka, Astor, Sanford, Dade City,.
Trilby, Brooksville, Homosassa. and
intermediate stations on the A.' C. I,
railroad and from Lawtey, Alachua,
Archer, Orlando, Zephyrhills and in in-tei
tei in-tei mediate stations on the S. A. L.
railroad to Ocala, tickets to be sold
Nov. 17th to 20th inclusive and for
trains scheduled to arrive in Ocala
before noon of Nov. 21st, with final
limit Nov. 23rd, prior to midnight of
which date return trip must be com completed.
pleted. completed. Very respectfully.
Southern Passenger Traffic Com.,
By W. J. Craig, Chairman.
EVANGELIST PREACHES TO
Last night both the main auditor auditorium
ium auditorium and the Sunday school room were,
full to hear the evangelist- as he
preached from the words, "After
Death then the Judgment." The pres presence
ence presence of God was felt and many were
blessed and several united with the
church. The singing is the best we
have heard and every one acknowl acknowledges
edges acknowledges that Mr. Twilley is gifted at the
This morning many merchants,
clerks and workmen were present
and heard a splendid sermon by Mr.
D una way from "What Must I Do to
be Saved?" Several colored people
were present and we were glad to
have' them take an interest in the
We do earnestly desire that all will
be impressed for the good of the city
as well as the churches to come from
their places of business and work and
l-e with us again.
Services daily at 10 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. Come and bring your neigh neighbors.
bors. neighbors. Reporter.
EXECUTIVE MEETING TO
TAKE IN NEW MEMBERS
A meeting of the executive board of
the Woman's Club will be held at the
club house on Thursday afternoon, at
2:30. This meeting is called especial especially
ly especially for the purpose of voting on new
members so that they may be present
at the meeting and reception to new
members on Saturday afternoon. Nor.
All members having new names to
present please hand them in with twp
endorsements in time to be acted upon
at the executive 'meetinsr Thursday
By order of the president.
Mabel Meffert. Secretary.
Calvary, Nov. 10. Mr. and Mrs.
George Buhl went to preaching at
Blitchton last Thursday.
Messrs. J. W. Morrison, M. J. Mor
nson, Arthur Smith. Tid and Will
Gillis went down to Crystal River last
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Home and two
sons. Jack and Rae Horne, went down
t-j Crystal River last Tuesday.
We wish to announce that next
Sunday we will have our Sunday
school at 9:30 so that some of our
members can attend church at Shady
at 11 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Smith and baby
daughter, Audrey, were visitors at
the home of Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Morrison. Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Buhl and
family attended church in Ocala Sun Sunday
day Sunday night.
Mr. A. O. Smith and Mr. Crosby'
were business callers on Mr. J. W.
Mr. G. D. Whaley sold 1000 pounds
of pork for the big barbecue to Mr.
Mrs. J. W. Morrison expects to
leave next Saturday for Jacksonville
to visit her daughter, Mrs. A. F.
Smith.- Mrs. Smith before her mar marriage
riage marriage was Miss Annie Morrison.
Mrs. Fred Buhl and Mrs. Geo rare
Buhl were visitors to the school house
Little Mises Marion and Louise
EuhL Leslie L. Horne, M. T. and Rae
Horne spent the day Sunday with
Misses Dollie and Jessie Morrison,
little Miss Margaret and Master Ran Randolph
dolph Randolph and Arol Morrison.
We are very glad to say Miss Lottie
Morrison is much better.
For elderly ladies, try a pair of Utz
& Dunn's Comfort Shoes, perfectly
straight last, -just as comfortable on
one foot as the other. Little's Shoe
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Next comes the fair.
enough of him to know he means it.
The county should have a skilled road
engineer if he costs $5000 a year,
either on new roads built from the
proceeds of bonds, or on our present
stem of roads if bonds are voted
down. The "road bosses" in charge
r.ow can do good work to a certain ex extent,
tent, extent, can build roads under competent
instruction, but they are not engi engineers;
neers; engineers; and a first-class engineer is
what a county like Marion needs. If
the commissioners keep up the pres present
ent present system, or lack or system, at least
iJO per cent of the money now devoted
to roads will be wasted.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
The statement of Attorney General
Palmer, that resolutions of conven conventions
tions conventions and orders of officers of organ organizations
izations organizations are not above the law is a
very broad hint that the American
Federation of Labor will do well to
It is all right for our government
tc say that its citizens in civilized
countries must look for protection to
the laws of said countries, but it
should not allow bandits to murder
and plunder its people in a lawless
land like Mexico.
Victor L. Berger, Milwaukee social socialist,
ist, socialist, was. denied his seat in the House
Monday by an overwhelming vote, the
Iiouse. holding he was ineligible for
membership because of his open op opposition
position opposition to war. Berger has been con convicted
victed convicted of sedition and is out on bond.
Monday, Mr. John L. Lewis, acting
president of the United Mine Work Workers,
ers, Workers, said: "Statements to the effect
that I shall or shall not comply with
th mandatory proceedings of the in injunction
junction injunction writ are unauthorized and
But Tuesday he announced: "Gen "Gentlemen,
tlemen, "Gentlemen, we will comply with the man mandate
date mandate of the court. We do it under
piotest. We are Americans. We
cannot fight our government. That
He would have better preserved his
dignity if he had made that announce announcement
ment announcement several days ago. The fact is,
Mr. Lewis thought he had the govern government
ment government bluffed. Monday night, when
Attorney General Palmer said all the
power of the United States would be
everted to support the mandate of the
court, Mr. Lewis suddenly saw the
dcors of a jail open before him, and
like a sensible man hed ug his heel heel-claks
claks heel-claks in the ground and refused to go
further that way.
Mr. L'Engle served as a member of
Congress for one term from the state
at large, but failed of re-election when
the state was re-districted. His polit political
ical political attitude made him few friends
and many enemies, from a political
standpoint, but his ability as a writer
was conceded by friend and foe.
We think the News is mistaken.
We think the News is partly
mistaken about Mr. L'Engle. Claude
L'Engle had the enmity of a
number of politicians, but the people
believed in him. He made many pre predictions
dictions predictions on public affairs that have
since come true, and if the aircraft
bill that he introduced into Congress
had been made into law, it might have
ac v vino t.uuuvi jr tiic vaou auuiO mat
have been wasted in that branch of
Whether bonds win or lose, this
county should' have a road engineer.
The present system is very inefficient
and expensive. The county has only
a few convicts to work on its roads,
and these cost more than free labor.
One gang of half a dozen or more is
working on the road toward Citra. The
other is working over on the western
side of the county, and we are in informed
formed informed by a well-posted citizen that
it consists of a road boss, a camp cook
and one laborer. This one laborer is
worked to the limit, but the boss has
nothing to do but boss him, and the
cook nothing to do but to cook for
three. The material for the road is
hauled, so our informant says, by a
county truck, which can bring enough
material in one load for one man to
dispose of in a day. Our informant
says that it has been reported to him
on good authority that the custodian
of the county's truck uses it for his
own purposes, including joyriding his
friends all over that part of the coun county
ty county at night. The matter should be
investigated. Our "informant doesn't
want to get into print, but he left his
name with us and says, he is respon responsible
sible responsible for what he says, and we know
We are glad to have the debate go
ing on regarding bonds, but some of
the boys are stacking it up on us too
high. Mr. Haycraft's article is good
argument for his side but it is too
long. So is Mr. Stuart's. Mr. Clyatt's
aiticle is about as long as any one's
should be. Let our contributors take
it as a standard. It is not the merit
or demerit of an article that causes
us to set this limit. It is space and
typesetting ability, both of which are
Life Insurance ;
The kind that insures,
' Against want in old age, i
Against raises in premium Z
The Prudential kind
See Ditto at once J
F. W. Ditto.
Ocala, Florida. ?
For All Classes Of
Stone, Brick, Wood,
Phone 446. 723 Wenona St.
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALM ERS
PHONES 47, 104. 235
The army has more than a billion
pounds of candy left over from the
war. Santa Claus should get in touch
with Uncle Sam, or is it bound with
red tape too securely to be available
fcr the old saint? Miami Metrop
A billion pounds! Say, Sister Met.,
where did you get your information?
Or do you know how much a billion
is? Did you know that would have
teen over 200 pounds apiece for every
man in the American army and navy
at their greatest maximum of 4,800, 4,800,-000
000 4,800,-000 men, a year ago? Where do you
suppose the government found all
that sugar? Do you expect anybody
tj believe that yarn? Do you believe
it yourself ?
CITY MANAGER GOVERNMENT
RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c.; three times, 50c.; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in advance,
WANTED To meet some one that
has real game chickens that can
knock the feathers off of Tremere's
so-called game stags, roosters, cocks,
etc. Address, R. U. A. Cocker, care the
Star office. 10-4t
FORD FOR SALE See Louis R.
Chazal & Sons Co. 5-Ct
WANTED Carpenters, at Lough Lough-man,
man, Lough-man, Fla. Construction crate mill.
Wages $G for carpenters, helper car-p-entres
$4.50 to $5. Apply to Charles
Ryar, Loughman, Fla. 5-6t
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms,
two blocks from Arms House. Apply
to E. A. Mayo, 20 Herbert street, or
cre Chero-Cola Company. 10-Gt
WANTED A lady companion to
make home with elderly lady. Suitable
terms. Address BOX 135 or "F," care
of Star. 10-6t
HAT EXCHANGED The party who
took my hat by mistake, please re
turn to Rheinauer's and get yours.
Taken from Methodist church Sunday
FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and sell
second hand furniture. Experts put it
in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn mow
ers, enamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter,
310, 312, 314 South Main St. 23-tf
FOR SALE One six-loot oak finish
ed wall case. The Weihe Co., Ocala
WOOD I am now prepared to deliver
good dry heart pine wood in 14-inch
lengths at $2 per strand. Phone orders
to No. 125. Sidney F.' Thompson, lm
FOR RENT Four room furnished
apartment, best neighborhood, cen centrally
trally centrally located, reasonable rent. Apply
to M. Israelson, Frank's store, phone
CLYATT VS. LIGHT
Editor Star: Our good friend, Mr.
L. S. Light, who enjoys a reputation
for "facts and figures," has beeni
heard from. He has substituted imag
ination for facts, and his own figures
will confound him.
He actually believes that after the;
first five years of a bonded debt of!
one and a half million dollars, hisi
taxes will be less than they are to-
day. This is optimism sublime and I J
hate to puncture it, but let him ask
Mr. N. A. Fort, who predicted to me
some years ago, before there was any
thought of a bond issue, that there is
not a man living in Marion county
any where near middle age that will
live to see taxes reduced in Marion
county. Since then both Mr. Light
and Mr. Fort have seen the perform performances
ances performances pulled off in Tallahassee bi biennially,
ennially, biennially, and oftener. As to some of
these stunts I may take up later.
In one paragraph, Mr. Light says
his 4C0-acre farm will increase in
value $4G00 in five years, and in the
next, it will increase only $5000 in
twenty years. His dream interpreted
must mean that we will have five
bountiful years, after which there will
follow fifteen lean years, in which his
farm will only enhance in value $400.
During these five bountiful years
he admits that his taxes will amount
to $25 a year more than he is nowj
paying. Let us see about this. Of'
course Mr. Light will go to the tax
assessor and board of county com commissioners
missioners commissioners each year and insist upon
having added to the assessed value of
his farm the sum of $920 or the fifth
cf that $4600, and his live stock will
also increase in value, but we will
only add the modest sum of $80 a
year for this, so as to make an even
S1000 to be added each year of these
bcuntiful years. He is now paying a
tax rate of 36 & mills, and the bond
issue at the lowest estimate will run
it up to 53 mills, and here is a tabu tabulated
lated tabulated statement of what will happen
to Mr. Light.
First year extra taxes $ 5S.00
Second year 106.00
Third year 159.00
Fourth year 212.00
Fifth year 265.00
W ANTED 10,000 bushels of pea peanuts
nuts peanuts at once. Can use any variety.
We also want your furs, hides, wool,
seed cotton, etc Ocala Exchange and
Hide Co., N. Magnolia St.. Carmich Carmich-ael
ael Carmich-ael building. See the wildcat in the
OFFICE ROOMS FOR RENT Two
large office rooms, overlooking corner
of two business streets, and conven convenient
ient convenient to postoffice. Apply to Dr. D. M.
FOR SALE Practically new roll top
desk and bed room suite. Call phone
WANTED To buy or rent, farm
direct from owner for 1920. Address
J. W. Baker, 301 Piez Ave., Hilton
Village Va. 8-8t
It is becoming of requent occur occurrence
rence occurrence that we read of a city changing
to the commission-manager form of
government; and the change is invar invariably
iably invariably based on the sound premise that
every great corporation needs one
Tallahassee is the latest Florida
city to adopt the new. modern method
of conducting its business.
Speaking in favor of the commission-manager
form for Jacksonville,
the Times-Union says: If a compe competent
tent competent city manager at a salary of $10, $10,-000
000 $10,-000 a year were placed in charge of
Jacksonville, instead of paying nearly
double that amount to a commission
of business men, who knew little of
managing a city, we might get real
The Miami Metropolis declares that
"What is needed for every progressive
city is a city manager whose sole bus business
iness business it is to administer the affairs of
the town as a successful corporation
should be managed."
Tampa calls itself a progressive
city. Tampa needs the commission commission-manager
manager commission-manager form of government.
Instead of bringing out good men
to make a sacrifice of themselves on
the political altar at a time when re reduction
duction reduction of taxes and current ex expenses
penses expenses is the first thing in the peo people's
ple's people's mind, why not start a movement
for commission-manager government
for Tampa? Tampa Tribune.
I am now prepared to renovate your
mattresses, pillows, etc. Call phone
112. Corner Oklawaha avenue and
Orange street, just west of Frank'
store, tf J. E. DREW.
H. H. Summerlin, shoe and boot re repairing.
pairing. repairing. Masters block west of court courthouse,
house, courthouse, 20 Magnolia St. I carry ma material
terial material for all work. 6-lm
FOUND Boy's coat 'on street. Own Owner
er Owner can have same by calling at Star
office and paying for this ad. 8-3t
FOR SALE Twenty-five choice
game stags, ready to trim .and walk;
all bred to fly in the fastest company.
Three dollars each while they last.
Tremere, Belleview, Fla. 7-6t
AUTO BARGAINS Call and see our
used cars at bargains. One Buick
six, 18 model; one Ford touring car;
one Maxwell touring car; one Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet roadster. The Ocala Iron
FARMERS AND TRUCK GROWERS
sltbuld use PHOSLIME in connection
Yith other fertilizers which they are
now using. Call on the John Dozier
Cumpany, Ocala, for the PHOSLIME
booklet and information how to use
PHOSLIME to the best advantage,
and save money on fertilizers. PHOS
LTME is a Marion county Soft Phos
phate product and is used extensively
in South Atlantic states as well as
.New England and the Northern
states. Try this home product and
save money ,and increase your profits.
AGENTS WANTED To demonstrate
Save-Gas Tablets; must have auto automobile;
mobile; automobile; big money for the hustler.
Gasoline at 2 cents per gallon. Send
$1 fcr trial can enough for 100 gal gallons
lons gallons of gasoline. Write Wm. Kohler,
33rd St. and 14th Ave., Tampa, Flor
WOOD Phone 146 for all lenghths
oak or pine wood; thoroughly season
ed. Special price on quantity orders.
Put in your winter supply now.
Smoak's Wood Yard. 15-tf
FOR SALE Nice residence in good
neighborhood. Bargain at $3800. Easy
terms. Apply to P. O. Box 575. 6-m
Increased taxes for the five
years aggregating ....$795.00
What marvelous thing is going to
happen during these five bountiful
years to wipe out this enormous in increase
crease increase in taxation to bring the tax
rate below 36 mills?
If Mr. Light's taxes are reduced at
the end of five years, below what he
is now paying, one of two things must
happen, either there must be a flow of
wealth into the county that will ap
pear on the tax books, of more than
ten million dollars, or it means that
it will only take five years to put the
Light out, after which he will be pay paying
ing paying rent instead of taxes.
W. W. Clyatt.
TO AUTO OWNERS
I am again at my old place of bus business
iness business on the Anthony road, where I
shall be pleased to attend to your car
repair work by appointment. Call
phone 393. 29-tf M. A. Bouvier.
AT CHRISTMAS TIME
Solve your gift problems with pho
tographs. Make the appointment to today
day today its none too early.
EUGENE A REVELS,
Over Fishel's Store, Ocala. Fla. 76t
NOTICE FOR KENDRICK
The Kendrick exhibits for the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Fair are requested to be
brought to Standard Lime Company
at Kendrick not later than Nov. 15th.
J. M. Fennell.
Service on your Maxwell can be had by bringing it to me. Any
troubles of the entire Electrical System quickly remedied.
AH General Repair Work on this make of car is my SPECIALTY
and YOUR ECONOMY.
MAXWELL REPAIR SHOP
Yonge lilk. Cor. Ft. King Ave. and Oscola St, L. E. YOXCE, Prop.
Let us quoto you prices
on a monument or Head Headstone
stone Headstone to mark tho last rest resting
ing resting place of your loved
MARBLE OR GRANITE.
OCALA MARBLE WORKS
E. W. LEAVENGOOD, Mgr.
N. Magnolia SL
CoSfins and Caskets,
Day Phone 2S3 NlghPliones 511 and 395
L. HURST, MANAGER
Magnolia Street, tfllPJSlSI IFlSl
Opposite Court House. HCtalCjl Ji fid.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MORE"
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
The Star is an advertising medium thru which you can reach Ocala people.
i FOR SALE (Wood Cut to Order.)
Reduce the high cost of keeping com comfortable
fortable comfortable this winter by buying your
wood cut ready to burn direct from
the producer, thereby saving the
profits of the city wood yard. Orders
filled anywhere in the city. Phone
30 M. C. P. Howell, Ocala. 4-m
J. II. Spencer
W. R. Pedricli
THE OCALA; GAS EMGUME WOMK
Local Agents for the Old Reliable
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 oL Automobile Accessories, and a full line of
parts for the BUICK.
Acetylene Welding Our Specialty
OCALA GAS ENGME WOKKS
SPENCER & PEDRICK, Proprietors-
" When Better Automobiles Are Built Buick Will Build Them
Ocldawaha Avenue and Osceola SL
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1919
If you have any society items for
the Star, please phone five-two-three.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ray and baby,
with a number of other residents of
Martel, were in the city yesterday for
A SURE WAY TO SAVE ON TIRES
Let us vulcanize all of your old used
tires which can possibly be saved in
this way. Our vulcanizing process
positively prolongs the life of both
tires and tubes. Figure it out for
yourself and you will see what a big
saving we can create for you in your
Oklawaha Ave Ocala, Fla.
Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figure pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
J :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 Tarnpa-Manatee-
St. Petersburg 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:25 pm Tb.aipa-St. Petersburg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 pm J'cksonvlrle-Nw York 3:15 am,
1:45 pm. J'ksonvllle-G'lnesville 3:35 pm.
1:42 am. J'ksonvllle-Q'ziearvllle 10:13 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St. Pefsburg-Lakeland 1:25 pro
7:10 am. Duanellon-Wilcox
7:40 am. Du'nellon-L'keland 11:03 pm.
5:25 pm. Homosassa 1:35 pm
10:13 pm. Leeabure 6:42 am.
45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"TuMday. Thursday. Saturday.
A. E. GERIG ;
How about a first class moulded
Fountain Syringe at the low price of
$1.60. Ceng's Drug Store. 1-tf
Mrs. Miller of Jacksonville is in the
city visiting at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. May, on South Fifth
street. Mrs. Miller came especially to
be with her little granddaughter, who
has been seriously ill, but friends of
the family will be glad, to learn the
little girl is much improved.
If you need a Hot Water Bottle, be
sure and get one of those bargains at
Gerig's Drug Store. $1.69 special
Mrs. Richard Dodge and charming
Ittle daughter arrived yesterday from
Clearwater, where they have been vis visiting
iting visiting and they are again guests of
Mrs. Dodge's mother, Mrs. W. V.
Newsom for several weeks before go going
ing going to Jacksonville.
Anthony, joined friends here yester
day for the celebration, returning to
their home at a late hour last night.
Miss Hattie Milligan leaves on Satur Saturday
day Saturday for Yulee, where she will teach
school this winter.
Miss Jane Lucas, one of Cotton
Plant's most attractive young ladies,
was in town yesterday, attending the
Mrs. C. M. Watson and Mrs. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Finney, prominent residents of
Coleman, are in the city today shop shopping.
ping. shopping. Mr. Pete McKay was in the city
yesterday from his home at Coleman,
lie was attired in his army togs and
nade a very distinguished looking
Special sale of Hot Water Bags
and. Fountain Syringes at Gerig's
Drug Store. $2 value for $1.69 while
they last. 1-tf
Mr. J. II. McLarty has arrived in
Ocala from Daytona and expects to
make his home with us. Mr. McLarty
has accepted the position of book bookkeeper
keeper bookkeeper with the Commercial Bank of
this city. Before coming to Ocala,
Mr. McLarty was with the First Na National
tional National Bank of Daytona and he left
that institution with the very highest
Rye, rape and oats. Get our prices
before buying. Ocala Seed Store, tf
Mr. and Mrs. William Christian and
the former's father and two charming
daughters, of Citra, spent the day in
tewn yesterday, having come espec especially
ially especially to join in the celebration.
Layer raisins, seeded raisins and
seedless raisins, new crop just in at
Whittington's. Phone 37. ll-2t
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sims, who have
many friends and relatives in Ocala,
were in town yesterday attending the
Layer raisins, seeded raisins and
see'dless raisins, new croD just in at
Whittington's. Phone 37. ll-2t
Mr. W. W. Condon is out again aft after
er after several days' illness.
The best winter hog and cow pas pasture
ture pasture is rye, rape and oats. At Ocala
Seed Store. 13-tf
- Mises Hattie and Lillie Milligan of
REMEMBER: One out t"Z
. t r "VV- -".
oi every live persons nas i'J-
defective eyes. You, may
be that one.
DR. K. J. WEIIIE,
Optometrist and Optician.
Mr. Earl Blount, one of Gaines Gainesville's
ville's Gainesville's brightest young men, spent
yesterday in the city, having come
especially to join in the celebration of
Victory Day. He has many friends in
Ocala and he is always given a warm
Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Lance return ed
fu.m the north yesterday. They spent
the summer north for the benefit o."
ieir oaoy s neaun, ana ineir irienus j
aic giau iu lectin nidi cue cz ijj jjifiiL-
ly benefited the child. For the pres present,
ent, present, Mr. and Mrs. Lance arc located
at the Colonial hotel.
Mrs. G. C. Shephard and little little-daughter,
daughter, little-daughter, Mary Louise, have returned
fiom a delightful visit to Mrs. C. E.
Ahearn at Starke.
Dr. and Mrs. S. H. Christian were
among the representatives of Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh at the barbecue yesterday.
Mrs. Ella Manning, after a two
months' vacation spent with her rel relatives
atives relatives in Gainesville, is 'back at her
post at the American Cafe.
Messrs. J. W. Merritt and Z. L.
Mott of Cairo, Ga., are spending some
time in Ocala buying peanuts and
ether farm products.
Mr. F. W. Lyon returned to his
home in Tampa last nighf, after a
several days visit in Ocala with
An invitation has been issued to
the patrons of the school to attend a
pu rent-teacher meeting at the high
sclool Thursday afternoon, Nov. 13,
at 4 o clock.
Miss Beulah Whitney of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, left last night for her home
after a delightful visit of several
days with Miss Lois Livingston. Miss
Whitney has visited in Ocala on sev several
eral several previous occasions, and is al al-vays
vays al-vays welcomed by her friends here
with whom she is a social favorite.
The regular monthly business
meeting of Dickison Chapter, U. D. C,
will be held Friday afternoon at four
o'clock at the residence of Mrs. A. A.
Winer on Adams street.
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Send Us Yoiir
OCALA STEAM LAUNDRY
I bought one gross Hot Water Bags
and Fountain Syringes while at the
Rexall conventio nin Boston. They are
now on sale at the low price of $1.69.
We invite your inspection. Gerig's
Drug Store. 1-tf
One accident marred the oleasure of
the celebration yesterday, when little
Ezekiel Timmons was run over by a
truck on Exposition street, just west
of H. A. Fausett's store. The little
fellow, who is five or six years old,
Vas in charge of an older sister, and
in attempting to cross the street be became
came became confused, running directly in
front of the truck which was driven
by Mr. F. E. Colby. Mr. Colby sue-:
ceeded in turning the wheel in such a
manner that the child's body escaped,
his injuries consisting of a broken
ferearm and fractured thigh. Mr.
Colby took the boy to the hosnital.
where his injuries were immediately
attended to and went to the child's
home to apprise the father of the acci accident,
dent, accident, which he deeply deplores and
tried so hard to avert. Information
from the hospital this morning was
to the efTect that little "Zeke," who is
a nephew of Mrs. J. H. Roller, is get getting
ting getting along as well as could be expected.
The Red Cross campaign for 1020
dues clo.-ed iovember ltlh, and Ocala i
ai usual sustained its reputation in i
support of this most worthy cause, j
Very few who were seen refused to j
contribute and any who have not been
seen or solicited who feel enough in interest
terest interest in the cause, can pay their dues
at the Ocala National Bank or at the
Beard of Trade room.
I wish to thank al who so generous generously
ly generously aided in the cause.
Mrs. W. W. Clyatt, Chairman.
Blanche Sweet in "The Hushed
Hour," at the Temple today, has a
role in which her versatility has never
been better illustrated. Her work
coupled with a well balanced story
and enhanced by expert direction,
and the finest in production, make
"The Hushed Hour" a picture that af affords
fords affords one hundred per cent entertain entertaining
ing entertaining qualities. This picture has an un-i-sual
cast of stars which include,
among others, Milton Sills, Ben Alex Alex-antler,
antler, Alex-antler, Harry Northrup, Winter Hall,
Mary Anderson, Lydia Knott, Rose Rosemary
mary Rosemary Thely, Wyndom Standing and
Gloria Hope. Owing to the populari populari-.
. populari-. uf tii" picti .. o, Mr. Bennett has
booked it for two days in order that
none of his patrons will mi::s seeing
so meritorious a production. A Key Keystone
stone Keystone comedy is on today's bill, also.
Layer raisins, seeded raisins and
needless raisins, new crop just in at
Whittington's. Phone 37. ll-2t
Michelin and Z
Tires and Tubes 2
Our ham sale was such a suc success
cess success that we have ordered another
thousand pounds and will let this
lot go at
Net weight marked on every ham, 8 to 12 lb
average. Get yours today, this Is a bargain.
Large Cask of DILL PICKLES Jnst Opend
o inlo (GBStflClKW
16 and 174
ICALA AUTO & I
GARAGE CO- i
SAVE MOMEY 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 SOc.
Loin Steak 30c Pork Sausage 25c
- Stew Meat 15c.
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc
NEW YORK MEAT MARKET
FREE DELIVERY WEST BROADWAY PHONE 110
It immo immo-d
d immo-d i a t e 1 v
forts and heals
It u r n s Bruises.
Bites. Stlnzs. Cuts.
Ki'zema and all Skla
Keco a Cottle
On Your Shelf
- For Emergencies
Ask Your Dealer
We are now prepared to give demonstrations
in the popular
to show its many new and striking features.
Opposite Harrington Hall HoteL ' Phone 193
SAMSON GUARANTEED TIRES
We have taken the Ocala agency for the Samson
Tires and Tubes which are well known as one of the
highest grade make on the market. They are guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed for 5000 miles. Note the prices:
Size Plain Non-Skid Tube Size Plain Non-Skid Tube
30x3 ...$11.50 $12.50 $3.00 34x4 ...$2G.OO $28.00 $5.75
30x3... 16.00 17.00 3.00 35x4 ... 2S.00 30.00 6.00
31x3... 18.00 19.00 3.75 30x4 ...31.00 32.00 6.20
32x3... 20.00 21.00 4.00 34x4... 32.00 33.00 6.50
34x3... 22.00 23.00 4.60 35x4... 33.00 34.00 6.75
31x4 ... 23.00 24.00 4.75 4 36x4... 3J.C0 35.00 6.90
32x4 . 24.00 25.00 5.00 35x5 . 35.00 38.00 7.00
33x4 ... 25.00 26.00 5.50 37x5 . 38.00 40.00 7.20
STANDARD OILS, GAS and GREASES
DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
JAMES ENGESSER, Proprietor
121 W. Broadway phone 23s Ocaia, Florida
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
A GOOD FRIEND
A good friend stands by you when
in need. Ocala people tell how Doan's
Kidney Pills have stood the test. C.
F. Hays, runs wood yard, of N. Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia St.. Ocala, endorsed Doan's elev eleven
en eleven years aeo and atrain confirm tho
story. Could you ask for more con-
"I think heaw liftinc ranspfl mv
kidneys to become weak," says Mr.
nays. "i surrerea greatly from se severe
vere severe pains in mv back nnrl I was nf tpn
so stiff and lame, I could hardly do
my worK. i also had frequent, severe
headaches. A friend told m
Doan's Kidney Pills, and I began
using mem. .Doan's gave me more
iciiei man all the other medicines l
took and I eladlv recommpnd thpm V
ine aDove statement was -given
May 13, 1908. and on April 16, 1918,
Mr. Says added: "I gladly repeat the
statement I made in praise of Doan's
Kidney Pills. I haven't had occasion
to use this medicine since, for it has
effected a permanent cure."
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy eret
Dean's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Hays had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N Y. Adv. 67
BANISH that scorching thirst joy joyfully,
fully, joyfully, completely with refresh refreshing,
ing, refreshing, delicious Orange-Crush.
Orange-Crush is made from the
fruit oil, pressed from fresh ripe
oranges, and such other wholesome
ingredients as pure granulated
I i tf Jif i If t jmj
1 1 lycni in irrr
sugar, carbonated water and citric
acid, which is a natural acid found
in oranges, lemons and grapefruit.
We heartily recommeud Orange Orange-Crush
Crush Orange-Crush for the home. Order a case
today. Obtainable wherever soft
drinks are sold.
OCALA EVENiKG STAR, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1919
BELIEVES NOT IN BONDS
state are not coming seeking homes,
but to spend the winter. Some say
not i the threatened coal famine north is j
REPORT OP THE SCHOOLS FUNDS MARION COUNTY
FOR Tim PERIOD ENDING JUNE 20TH, 1910
pood, st.iding a great many tourists to the ; funjs Cf MARION COUNTY for the period ending June 30th. 1919, with the
Editor Star: Good roads
hrlnf a foorl mnrkpt. hut a
-4. e r .!..,. ...:n : r-, Tnin T Anffntoe .Qonto r"ni7 balances and amount of warrants outstanding- and a statement of the assets
airuug iiwim-v lur iaim pxuuucts wi aio. T . and liaMlirUa. and th. ali,. nf school nronertv of the said Marion OlintV as
arid other resorts in California, and reported on the 30th day of June, 1919. by the County Board of Public Inatruc Inatruc-tavpc
tavpc Inatruc-tavpc nrA hio-hpr nnH timps verv dull i tion and the Superintendent of Public Instruction, is hereby published under
T on, the provisions of Chapter 6813 of the Laws of Florida. Acts of 1915.
bring, settlers and hard roads. Mr.'
Light, in his article, tries to make it
appear that every one opposed to
bonding the county is opposed to hard same is true in South Florida, no
roads. Such is not the case as Mr.
Maitin's article, besides Mr. Light's
article, states that the former is a
ood roads man and is opposed to the
bond issue and gives valid reasons
for his position in the matter.
Mr. Voorhees in the first part of
his article admits that it would be a
strain under the present labor condi
tions to build and keep up the roads,
If the parties behind this bond
movement had worked as hard years
ago to establish industrial plants in
Ocala to manufacture up the raw
products grown by the farmers here,
Marion county would have been one
of the wealthiest counties in the state,
if not the most populous one in the
state today. With the sharp advance
GENERAL SCHOOL FUND
Depository balance Jan. 1, 1919 $
terrains uuuuuiuiug in. x, .......
Knt wnnlfl vntn forhnnds on account I in taxes it seems to me that the
of not wanting, to be left behind. It county commissioners could expend
is better to be left behind than to be $00,000 to $75,000 annually on rock
in "a general smash-up." I have read ballasted roads. This would only be
Mr. MacKay's article very carefully, what the interest on the proposed
Am rather surprised at Friend Mac- beaded indebtedness would amount to
Kay's position. South Florida is a yearly. If the county commissioners
tourist country, while Marion county cannot expend that amount on hard
cannot be considered a tourist county reads yearly, how can the principal
at all. Have talked recently to two he paid without excessive taxation?
different sets of tourists and they are The writer can see only one hope for
all going to South Florida. Six cars this section of the country: That is to
of tourists passed over the Blitchton manufacture up the raw materials
road the past week. hcre a"d sell the goods in a mer mer-Now
Now mer-Now I will take up Mr. J. R. Mar- chantable condition. As long as the
tin's article as it touches on the materials are shipped out and
farmers. His article is to the point sh'pped back to us in a manufactured
and is the unvarnished truth. He has foi we will be poor,
the inside facts about the farm and Bonding Marion county for hard
labor situation here. Even the writer roads will not make the county pros pros-has
has pros-has been trying since mid-summer to Parous. You must make Ocala a
have fence posts got out to repair manufacturing center to build this
fence and so far has failed to get the county up.
posts. Mr. Martin has been in the Pay as we go or do without,
turpentine business and has employed 1 remain, yours for no bonded in-
a great many laborers He knows drbtedness and Ocala as a manufac-
that if Marion county is bonded and turing center of raw Florida products,
when the road building commences
tnat the farm laborer will leave the
farmers for the road building and get
higher wages than the farmers are
able to pay.
Mr. Martin says: "Every farmer or
stockman who quits, or cuts down to
Chas. P. Haycraft.
'Mrs. Lew Lyons and two children
are exDected to arrive the latter nart
just what he can do himself, makes it cf the week from DesMoines, for an
jusi inai mucn naraer ior tne rest or. extended visit to Dr. and Mrs. E. Van
Hood and Miss Marguerite Porter.
us to live."
That is the logical reason of the
high cost of living. There has" been
a steady- drift from the farm N city cityward.
ward. cityward. The demand has exceeded the
supply in a great many places. Of Troxler.
Mrs. J. H. Strunk left this after
noon for her home in Jacksonville,
after a visit of a week to Mrs. T. W.
course, the farmer is expected to pay
his taxes and that after taking his
laborers away from his farm. Labor
conditions of the country are ab
normal at the present time, war-time
The very young set enjoyed a dance
at the residence of Mrs. B. D. Black
burn last night, her daughter. Miss
-iKTiPt. l n vprhniise PTiTprMmiTic a
prices are prevailing tor everything. vr. Joioo ni a
T7 tn r nn nnn xi- f r i I
.ur X,yuv,UUV Worm OI DOnOS We Uo.hHV.I m,"- Mn for- tho Hrw.
will get about $750,000 worth of a a w
roads, actual value. On account of and delightful refreshments were
Mumi.eu prices, we win nave io pay scrVed.
twice wnat we should lor our roads.
TlTl i i .
yuvn imerest ana principal oi oonaea Mr, and Mrs. V. P. Smith and son,
debt is Paid we -will find that there j. yL Smith of Wacahoota, attended
has been $2,750,000 paid out for it a ,.;:4.j
$i 50,000 worth of roads if built under Uhpir Awcrhter nnt ciefpr M. W. J.
nuiiniu cunuiuons ana paia ior casn Edwards.
down, lhe Kendrick hard road is one
-ine nTIy roaas Dullt in Marion The university band furnished the
COUnty. That Kendrick road Would S,V fnr a Rnhsprintinn dance at the
be a credit to any county in any state Woman's Club last, which was partic-
in me un rea urates, win Mr. Light ipated in and heartily enjoyed by a
piease ten me now many more larm- number of society young people.
era are living aiong tnat road than
Receipt for the Six Moathst
From: Tax collector, taxes and polls 30.817.39
Comptroller, redemptions 306.59
Comptroller, railroad and telephone taxes 10,863.79
Comptroller, interest on common school fund.... 2,170.50
Comptroller, state one mill tax 7,162.65
Superintendent, sale of material, etc 270.00
Superintendent, Interest on notes 247.04
County judge, hunting licenses 691.75
Depositories, loans 12.000.00
Depositories, interest 3.35
Depos'tories. refunds on teachers' salaries 125.00
Disbursements for the Six Moitki
EXPENDED FOR iSCIIOOLS:
Salaries of teachers
Repairs to buildings
Incidentals for schools
Expense of water
EXPENSES OF ADMINISTRATION:
Salary of superintendent
Traveling expenses of superintendent
Per diem and mileage, members of board
Incidentals for board and superintendent
Printing financial statement
Expenses of Jeans .F. teacher
Al lanalltiontia ...............
...wt-x.... - .... .(
Dr. W-arrant "B" 9654, cancelled by board.
Dr. Warrants issued for transfers
Cr. Warrants issued to retire funding warrants...
Or. Warrants Issued to retire coupon warrants
Cr. Warrants issued lor depository transfers..
Net balance June 30, 1919
Warrants outstanding June 30, 1919
, 2.388.23 34,573.27
. 7,111.84 27,111.84
Depository balance June 30. 1919
RECAPITULATION OF REPORT OF SCHOOL BOND, L AND FUNDS, MAR MARION
ION MARION COUNTY, FLORIDA, Jnme SO, 1919
DISTRICT SV gS g
NUMBER 2 S Jo 5-o
1 $ 17.031.41 S 85.000.00 6,940.00 S 501.251$ 85.000.00 $ 23,470.16
5 7 742.22 12 000.00 748.39 12,000.00 8.490.61
!; 2.415.03 10,500.00 838.82 325.00 10,500.00 2,983.85
The news comes from Baltimore
that Mr. R. S. Hall is to return home
The Star regrets to learn he is no
when it was first built? What has
been the increase in farm values
along that highway? Mr. Light labors
under the impression that his taxes
will be $25 more per annum on ac
uy. mi igxit nas to Reys gmitn Hardin and c. M Brit.
pay m ratio according to his acreage f- fi: n. M. n, flnd
what the writer paid for his 1919 Mes'srs pM Boyd and F. A. Tilley
taxes he will find that he will have to will be the ts of the industrial
SR mnro fo-vao tVn V nnlA i. 0
V5?Q"7C irrrul"!.."1 school at supper this evening.
aim WiC VUUiHC IlUt LCCii
1 t A 4 1- mm
::T s ru" a"u risus, ao Two little ro b broke int0
' -V, Mclver & MacKay's Monday night
wnerv? axel f0 WW and stole several small articles. They
fr"10-f ; (the b0yS) are in jan.
vn j.a&aaxcx ix uui taxes are raiseu
$TQ VNAM Mrvvt 4- i- A 1 A
T ? lime wnat Mr. Harvey Clark left this after-
Will OUr TilYPS hp if MariAn
v.uuin,j ia rnon fnr .incksnnviIlP with rmlxr one
bonded for $1,500,000 ? Some people desire, which is to purchas'e sugar if
are catering to tourists m the matter it can possibie be done. Mr. Clark,
roads. South Florida is get- proprietor of the O. K. Teapot Croc
ting the tourists and. will get them for PTV n pnnr, n tn
Farl mG' TVn Mfrion county customers the very best service that
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES
General Sehool Fund
Balance cash In depository I 5,4HH
Uncollected taxes current year
Treasurer's bondsmen notes .ao.
Special Tax DIatrlet
Balance ash In depository AX'??X SS
Uncollected taxes, current year
General Sehool Fnad
Warrants outstanding for current expenses
Funding and coupon "warrants outstanding
Special Tax Districts
Time warrants outstanding
WEDWESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY
V2 lb. Crisco 5
3 99 99
8 lb. Snow Drift : 2.50
Compound Lard, per lb.
White Bacon, per lb.
Van Camp's Pork and Beans, no 1 1-2
Campbell's Beans, no 1 1-2
1 lb. can Rumford
3 lb. can White House Coif ee
Hingan's Corn and Roast Beef 'per can
Kingan's Corn and Pork; per can
Kingan's Pure Pork Sausage Meat, can...
Van Camp's Tall Cream, per can:...
Armour's Star Ham, per lb
0 JI0)AI o;
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EK71BALI71ERS
No chargj for deiirery of caskeU anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JB-.
Office Phono 10 Night Phonos 225 or 423
VALUE OF SCHOOL PROPERTY
School houses and lots 9f iafoo
School houses and lots
School apparatus . .v
Other school property
i?r!AiivlTl.TION OF REPORT OF SPECIAL
FUNDS, MARION COUNTY, FLORIDA, JUNE SO, ltl
live by the sweat of our brows and a
great many of us do a lot of sweating
for a few hard earned dollars. A
great many tourists coming to the
is obtainable, and on this trip to Jack
sonville he has the money with him
to buy the sugar if it can be found.
LESS MEAT IF BACK
AND KIDNEYS HURT
If you have a longitudinal arch
trouble, buy a pair of Utz & Dunn's
"Easeall" shoes and be comfortable.
To be had only at Little's Shoe Par
Ts&a & glass of Salts to flash Kidneys
if Eladder bothers you Drink
lots of water.
OST Black mare mule, about six
years old. Weighs between 900 and
1100 pounds. U. S. mark on front
shoulder. Also MS" mark on front
shoulder. Left Leroy Saturday morn
ing. R. J. Rivers, Ocala, Fla. 11-12
Sergeant Hobart Hobbs, who has
Bating meat regularly eventually tro- been the guest of his sister. Mrs. E.
duces kidney trouble in some form or G. Peek for the past few days, re re-other,
other, re-other, Says a Well-known authority, be- turn rul tnAav tn fnmn Porm in rrvn
cause the uric acid in meat excites the n. 1 r a ttuu i
Jddneys, they become overworked; get 7"UJ
amisn: clot? ut and cause aU sort of I --"'r1- ""'F
distress, particularly backache and mis
ery in the kidney region; rheumatic twin
gee, severe headaches, acid stomach, con constipation,
stipation, constipation, torpid liver, sleeplessness,
bladder and urinary irritation.
The moment your back hurts or kid kidneys
neys kidneys aren't acting right, or if bladder
bothers you, get about four ounces of
Jad baits from any good pharmacy;
take a tablespoonful in a glass of water
and is now waiting to be assigned to
duty as sergeant director of the Na National
tional National Guard.
At the parent-teacher meeting to
be held at the. high school tomorrow
(Thursday) afternoon, at 4 o'clock, a
permanent organization will be effect effected,
ed, effected, and the importance of a large at-
before breakfast for a few days and your ton dance by all patrons of the school
kidneys will then act fine. This famous as well as of those interested in edu-
salta is made from the acid of grapes I cation is ure-ed. A nrocram has hppn
and lemon juice, combined with lithia, j arranged with music, etc., which will
"ZJSl; ZVa I Precede the business meeting
to normal activity; also to neutralize the
acids in the urine so it no longer irri irritates,
tates, irritates, thus ending bladder disorders.
J ad Salts cannot injure anyone;
""f A tfu.V1 ?f uuuar sional services to Mrs. J. D. Williams
water drri which millions of men and , ,
naL tall now and then to keep the :ff ,tha placei and went the.re aam
Kdneya and urinary organs clean, thus '.today to perform an operation upoi.
aToiding serious kidney, disease, another patient.
Dr. W. K. Lane, the eye, ear, nose
z.vd throat specialist was called to
Kcddick yesterday to render profes-
oi to oi
DISTRICT NUMBER 2 52 2
-fe- U 25
t pg izi &
District Number 1 S 1,294.43 $ L 4,029.86 $ 3,925.25
District Number 2 367.41 564.10 235.00
District Number 3 195.07 527.76 160.00
District Number 4 69.24 10.00 78.46 10.00
District Number 5 50.29 624.35 1,799.90 1,060.00
District Number 6 4.49 7.22 296.69 295.00
District (Number 7 176.36 6.30 244.94 195.00
District Number 8 354.61 70.44
District Number 9 662.41 547.47 325.00
District Number 10 51.60 1.44 540.26 330.00
District Number 11 13.25 220.67 61.00
District Number 12 150.53 1.50 473.98 155.00
District Number 13 97.37 240.47 85 95
District Number J 4 802.28 322.16 86.00
District Number 15 25.81 100.00 301.06 ........
District Number 16 133.33 10.00 143.03 30.00
District Number 17 9.23 2!s 130.00
District Number 18 412.76 288.77 ........
District Number 19 4.19 "H? 20 00
District Namfber 20 102.24 122'5J V-TiA
District Number 21 145.27 HS H 60 00
District Number 22 211.50 182-12 '".WXX
District Number 23 308.75 244 22 105.00
District Number 24 41.78 36.58
District Number 25 ... 80.19 8?.52 'Hx
District Number 26 115.86 64.00 324.05 145.00
District Number 27 29.53 65.69 k . . . .
District Number 28 54.31 ,fl 7-50
District Number 29 113.26 llhll
District Number 30 223.23 2222J V.VAA
District Number 31 113.68 10.00 223.75 120.00
District Number 32 647.89 30.00 246.07 45.00
District Number 33 48.60 125'?? w22
District Number 34 277.70 23.44 160.00
District Number 35 133.21 .250.61 353.72 200.00
District Number 36 3.55 ill SS2'2a
District Number. 37 155.58 ........ ,i? r2
District Number 38 37.82 2.00 153.28 127.50
District Number 39 97.36 7.00 239.50 85.00
District Numlber 40 41.80 L 21-91 ""
District Number 41 1 55.90 IQ.OOj 125.95 86.75
: $ 7.583.90 329.77 $ 1.134.42 $15,372.85 $ 8.714.50
o o o
DISTRICT NUMBER ao' go o
District Number 1 $ 1,206.54 $ S $ J'j-f J
District Number 2 48.37 Zii'li
District Number 3 28.07 ,2H5
District Number 4 1.30 vie "VrViA Jz-w
District Number 5 343.89 24.35 153.70
District Number 6 5.35 .2Z ,.5?
District Number 7 38.59 6.30 . 1'a
District Number 8 162 iU il
District Number 9 27.99 ?,Hk
District Number 10 12j-4H 144 Hl'tl
District Number 11 16.06 limit
District Number 12 70.66 1.50
District Number 13 9.14
District. Number 14 u. '. vaAA
District Number 15 5.73j 100.00 321.14
District Numbecr:. 16-3-"r : v. r : Z3ZW
M Everything Was As
Cheap As Our lee
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 th cost of living, besides giving you
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had.
callai lice & PacMimcu Co.
THE WMPSOM MOTEL
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in eadk root. Dining room service is
second to ccae.
RATES From $1.50 per y per person to $6.
J. E. KAVANAUGH,
ROBERT M. MEYER.
Read the Star Want Ads. It Days
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.
DR. G, A. EDMISTON
Veterinai, Physician and Surgeon
Phone 38 M
Ocala - Florida
To All Whom It May Concern:
Take notice that I, Wilbert Ellis,
who was convicted in the circuit court
fcr Marion county, Florida, in.aJnu in.aJnu-ary,
ary, in.aJnu-ary, 1915. for murder in the second
degree for the killing of Robert Eaton
on the 4th day of July, 1914, and was
sentenced to imprisonment for life in
the state penitentiary, will make ap application
plication application to the honorable board of
pardons at Tallahassee, Florida, on
the 9th day of December, 1919, for a
full and free pardon of said convic conviction.
tion. conviction. ll-5-10t Wilbert Ellis.
District Number 17
District Number 18
District Number 19
District Number 20
District Number 21
District Number 22,
District Number 23
District Number 24
District Number 25
District Number 26
District Number 27
District Number 28
District Number 29
District Number 30
District Number 31
District Number 32
District Number 33
District Number 34
District Number 35
District Number 36
District Number 37
District Number 38
District Number 39
District Number 40
District Number 41
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