The Ocala evening star

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

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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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OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1920.
VOL. 26, NO. 120
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President Wilson Signed Army and
Navy Bill Providing
Better Pay

(Associated Press)
Washington, May 19. President
Wilson today signed' the army and
navy hill, providing temporary in increases
creases increases for officers and enlisted men,
pending permanent legislation on the
subject.
FEDERAL RESERVE WILL BE
MORE CONSERVATIVE
The curtailment of long term loans
covering "non-essential" operations
and discouragement of unnecessary
borrowing will be the foundation of
tht federal reserve system's new pol policy
icy policy to deflate national finances.
CHEERING UP TOBACCO CHEW CHEW-ERS
ERS CHEW-ERS President Eisenlohr assured the
Tobacco Merchants Association meet meeting
ing meeting here today that today that tobac tobacco
co tobacco and liquor would not be bued in
the same grave. He protested against
increases of taxes on tobaoto pro products.
ducts. products. i
CIRCUIT COURT
The criminal docket was taken up
in circuit court this morning, and the
first case presented was one against
John Mills, colored, on a breaking and
entering charge. The jury was out
only a few minutes after hearing the
testimony and brought in a verdict of
guilty. The jurors were M. O. Lin Linton,
ton, Linton, S. P. Lamb, W. H. Markham,
George L. Taylor, Charles Fenton and
L. T. Izlar. Sentence has not been
parsed on Mills. Mr. R. B. Bullock
represented the defense.
Mills broke into the home of an another
other another colored man in the western part
of town about the middle of March
and rifled a trunk of a good portion
of its contents, among other things
taking a watch and revolver.
Mills is on trial now on another
charge, grand larceny.
"THE AUTO ACCIDENT
Editor Star: I write this so that
the Star and its readers and others
might know the straight of Monday's
auto accident. I think I know some something
thing something about it. I was coming south
on Main street on my wheel. There
were no cars parked on the right hand
side from the Court Pharmacy as
far down as the Jirash grocery store.
A negro driving north in an auto at
a high rate of speed came dashing
along. I. saw him ten feet or more
from me but before I could clear the
way he struck the wheel, knocking
me into the middle of the street,
where I became overbalanced, falling
under the car wheel. "Guess" I know
he had me because I felt him. After
the car passed over me somebody on
the pavement, thinking the wheel
was still on me told him to back. The
negro being excited started to back
the car and Mr. Liddon stopped him.
I was taken from under the car and
bicycle to the Court Pharmacy, and
from there home by Dr. E. G. Peek.
I think I know this as I was mixed
up a little in this accident.
Karl V. Henderly.
CARD OF THANKS
To those who proved themselves
neighbors during the recent bereave bereavement
ment bereavement which is ours, in the loss of our
sweet baby, we do truly thank you
each one for the help rendered and
the tokens of sympathy shown us.
Your kindness in this as in previous
trials .which have been ours, teaches
us the value of helpfulness and may
we never fall short of our duty to
those in need.
J. M. and Pennie E. Luffman.
Cut glass flower baskets, perfume
bottles and vasesa new line pust in
tand atp rices 'the most reasonable.
The Court Pharmacy. 8-6t
The war declared on High Prices at
the big Closing OutSale is saving
many dollars for people who are tak taking
ing taking advantage of it. B. Goldman. 19 3t
The price on the 18-room house to today
day today is $2180. 19-tf
Ex-Service Men, Attention: Cut
G. Taylor, Finance Officer, American
Name
(Please print)
First
Address
r
Street
Military Organization
Civil Occupation

I hereby subscribe to the constitution of THE AMERICAN LEGION
and apply for enrollment in Marion County Post No. 1, Marion county,
Department of Florida. Signature of Applicant

House Republicans Ready to Swallow
the Republican Peace
Without Honor

(Associated Prs)
Washington, May 19. Republican
House leaders have agreed to accept
the Senate peace resolution as sub submitted.
mitted. submitted. HARD WORK FOR HAYS
Revision of the platform sugges suggestions
tions suggestions submitted by the special com committee
mittee committee of 101 will be continued by
Chairman Hays and republican lead leaders.
ers. leaders. GREAT REDUCTIONS
IN CHATTANOOGA
Perhaps Long Predicted Fall of Prices
is Coming to Pass
(Associated Press)
Chattanooga, May 19. Practically
all the leading stores are advertising
20 per cent, reductions except on con contract
tract contract goods.
BEST WAY OUT
FOR HARLEY BEASLY
(Associated Press)
Greenville, Ills., May 19. After
hjdifig in the woods-for five days
white posses hunted him on charges
of murdering his wife and two boy
babies, Harley O. Beasly went to the
graves of the alleged victims today
and committed suiicde.
DOES THE NAVY TRAVEL?
I SAY IT DOES
We have just received a letter that
Was written by a young man in he
U. S. navy to his home paper to be
published in order that all of his
friends might hear from him and
know something of his travels. Now
we would like to have the letter in the
paper but as it is a lengthy letter we
are only going to mention some of
the places he has visited since he has
been in the service. The letter was
! written from Chatham, England, by a
North Carolina boy. These are some
of the countries he has visited in the
last four years: France, '- England,
Russia, Sweden, Denmark, Italy,
Spain, Finland Australia, Ireland,
Norway, Wales, Scotland, India, Mex Mexico,
ico, Mexico, Brazil, Costa Rica, Porto Rica,
Belgium, China, Japan, the Philippine
Islands and Cuba. Now we have not
seen a North Carolina boy do any anything
thing anything that a Florida boy cannot do.
Young Mr. Mathews who enlisted
in the navy here in Ocala two weeks
ago, writes to his people and tells
them that he would not be out of the
navy for anything. He is now in the
naval training station at Hampton
Roads, Va.
IRVINE
Irviue, .May 18. Mr. and Mrs. L.
K. Edwards motored to Micanopy
Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. Dan Mathews of Fairfield was
a Wednesday caller.
Mr. E. L. Wartmann of Cltra spent
Thursday in our community.
Mr. Osteen of Fairfield was here
Thursday attending to business.
Mrs. W. P. Walker and Miss Aut Aut-man
man Aut-man of Orange Lake called on friends
here Friday -afternoon.
Mrs. JT. A. Triplett and Mrs. Sue
Mclver and Miss Mamie Fant motor motored
ed motored to Ocala Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mills and Miss
Rubye Edwards of Ocala and Mrs.
Mattie Dunham of Mcintosh were
guests of Mrs. L. K. Edwards Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Mrs. S. H. Blitch and Messrs. Lan-
dis.-and Loonis Blitch of Blitchton,
called on Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis
Sunday afternoon.
Misses Inez and Pauline Collins of
Ocala spent Sunday with their par
ents, Mr, and Mrs. Eddie Collins.
Quite a number from here attend
ed services at Mcintosh Sunday.
Special for Thursday only, Geor
gette and Crepe de Chene at $1.75
p-jr yard; assorted colors. At B. Gold Goldman's,
man's, Goldman's, where the big Closing Out
Sale is in full blast. Remember, this
price for Thursday only. It
this out and mail with $3 to Jamse
Legion, Ocala.
Middle
Last

Board Will Not Confer With Those
Who Strike Against Orders
of the Brotherhoods

(Associated Press)
Chicago, May 19. The railroad la
bor refused to hear petitions for in
creased wages presented by President
Granau of the yardmen's association
and officers of other organizations
which struck recently in defiance of
orders from the railroad brother
hoods, f
STRIKE IN VIRGINIA
Roanoke, Va., May 19. Local offic
ials report that 800 workers on the
Virginian railroad are on strike at
Princeton, W. Va.
CENTRAL CLERKS STRIKE
Atlanta, May 19. Union clerks in
freight offices of the Central of Geor
gia railroad are still out in half a
dozen cities.
FIGURING ON WORK
AMONG YOUNG FOLKS
(Associated Press)
High Point, N. C, May 19. Group
meetings on children's work featured
the National Young People's conven convention
tion convention of the Methodist Protestant
church here today.
PHILADELPHIA HAD
A BAD FIRE
(Associated Press)
Philadelphia, May 19. One woman
was killed and six injured in a fire at
the plant of the Barnett Mfg. Co. The
loss is estimated at a quarter of a
million dollars.
MRS. DANIELS ON HER
WAY TO SWITZERLAND
(Associated Press)
New York, May 19. Mrs. Josephus
Daniels was among the women dele delegates
gates delegates sailing today for the Interna International
tional International Woman Suffrage Alliance at
Geneva, Switzerland, June 6-12.
VACANCIES IN ARMY SCHOOLS
AT CAMP GRANT, ILL.
Jacksonville, May 18. Major G. S.
Tiffany, commanding the recruiting
district of Florida for the U. S. army,
announced today that he had received
advices from the war department in
Washington to the effect that at the
present time there are a limited num
ber of vacancies existing in the well
known and popular schools at Camp
Giant, 111., and that it was his desire
to extend this information to the
young men of this state who may be
interested in gaining an excellent
education without cost to themselves.
The schools at Camp Grant, located
only a short distance from the city of
Rockford, 111., are known throughout
the entire country as being' classed
with the finest vocational institutions
in the United States. A committee
of representative Chicago citizens re
cently inspected these schools and;
their report upon the completion of
their tour of inspection was a most
favorable one indeed from every
standpoint, so much so in fact, that
the Chicago Association of Commerce
went on record as favoring the won wonderful
derful wonderful work along vocational lines be
ing done in the schools. Not very
often do vacancies at Grant occur to
the extent that they are filled from
civil life as in this case, but are usual
ly-.filled directly from the enlisted per
sonnel of the army, for the army man
realizes that, above all a complete
course Tn Camp Grant means that
upon the completion of his enlistment
period he has a far better opportunity
to secure a position at an excellent
salary than the civilian who has gain gained
ed gained his knowledge from a hap-hazard
source.
The schools will open June 1st, and
the man who earnestly desires to reap
an education without cost to himself
which will assume him of a future
worth living, will find the automotive
department, the electrical department,
building department, textile depart department,
ment, department, metal department, highway and
topographical department, music de:
partment, machine department, busi business
ness business department and the agricultural
school all ready and eager to take
him under their wing and train him to
that end.
Major Tiffany states that he is au
thorized to accept men for enlistment
and special assignment to fill these
vacancies, for duty with practically
every branch of the service and that
he believes the young men of Florida
are not going to be backward about
investigating this proposition.
"The entire recruiting service in
this state," said the major, "is at the
disposal of those who desire further
infromation in the matter and com communications
munications communications addressed-to' the Army
Recruiting Station, Barnett building,
Jacksonville, Fla., will bring a prompt
reply."
PAY YOUR POLL TAX
Pay your poll tax by next Satur Satur-ady,
ady, Satur-ady, or you can't vote in the primary.
The war declared on High Prices at
the big Closing Out Sale is saving
many dollars for people who are tak taking
ing taking advantage of it. B. Goldman. 19 3t

Democrats of the Quaker State Stand

by Its Favorite
Son
(Associated .Press)
Philadelphia, May 19. Incomplete
returns from the Pennsylvania pres presidential
idential presidential primary indicate that all but
one of the republican candidates for
delegates are ahead, while Attorney
General Palmer's followers are lead leading
ing leading in the democratic figures.
MICHIGAN CONVENTION
Grand Rapids, May 19. The Mich
igan democratic state convention is
meeting here today. Chief interest
centers on the stand to be taken on a
presidential nominee.
VIRGINIA DEMOCRATS
"Roanoke, Va., May 19. The Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia state convention is meeting
here today to elect delegates to San
Francisco.
Judge Duke, temporary chairman,
praised the administration of Presi President
dent President Wilson and condemned the re republican
publican republican party.
SOUTH CAROLINA'S SONS
Columbia, May 19. The South
Carolina democratic state convention
is assembling here today to elect del delegates
egates delegates to San Francisco.
EXPECTED TO ENDORSE WILSON
Indianapolis, May 19. Indiana
democrats are gathering to elect dele delegates
gates delegates to San Francisco. Leaders de
clare the convention is expected to en endorse
dorse endorse President Wilson's adminis administration.
tration. administration. DAKOTA'S DEMOCRATS
Fargo, N. D., May 19. The demo democrats
crats democrats are meeting here today to en endorse
dorse endorse a ticket for the June primaries.
THERE'S REPUBLICANS IN AL ALABAMA
ABAMA ALABAMA Birmingham, May 19. The Ala Alabama
bama Alabama republican convention is meet meeting
ing meeting here today to elect delegates to
Chicago.
GEORGIA DEMOCRATS SPLIT
Atlanta, May 19. The Georgia
democratic convention split into two
factions, the majority electing unin unin-structed
structed unin-structed delegates to San Francisco
and refusing to endorse President
Wilson's administration, the minority
electing delegates instructed for Pal Palmer
mer Palmer and indorsing the administration.
WOOD SWEPT VERMONT
Montpelier, May 19. Incomplete
returns from Vermont's presidential
primary gave General Wood 70 per
cent, of the republican vote. The
democratic vote was negligible.
CHARTER OAK
Charter Oak, May 19. Misses
Helen and Celeste Brantley have re returned
turned returned to their home on the East
Coast after a six weeks visit to their
grandmother here.
. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Freer were
business visitors in Ocala Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Seen are the proud
parents of an eight-pound baby girl,
born to them May 13th.
There" was a farewell party given
at the home of Mrs. A. M. Loften Fri Friday
day Friday night in honor of Misses Helen
and Celeste Brantley. It was well
attended and all had a nice time.
Mr. Victory Perry of Oxford spent
Saturday night and Sunday with
Messrs. Chester and Bert McDermitt.
Messrs. Carl L. Perry and Perry
Lowell of Pedro attended B. Y. P.. U.
here Sunday night.
Misses Evelyn Loften and Nannie
Belle Redding called on Miss Bessie
Mae Loften of Oxford Thursday.
Mr. T. W. Barnett has adopted an another
other another little boy.
There will be a fifth Sunday meet meeting
ing meeting at the Charter Oak church the
fifth Sunday of this month, and din dinner
ner dinner will be enjoyed on the ground.
Everybody is invited to come and
bring well filled baskets.
Misses Allan Nichols and Alice
Davidson of Pedro were visiting here
Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Billie Fountain, now
of Coleman, were visiting home folks
here Sunday.
Mr. C. W. McCardell was a-busi
ness caller in Belleview Saturday.
Mrs. Mary Barnett returned home
Sunday from Coleman, where she has
beer visiting her son.
Messrs. Jarvis Perry and Homer
Lanier were seen in our burg Sunday.
Mr. B. B. Brantley and wife of
Jacksonville are visiting their par par-etns,
etns, par-etns, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brantley
here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Redding were
the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.
C. Remington Sunday.
Mr. David Scroggie of Leesburg
visited here Sunday.
A few of our young people attend attended
ed attended church in Pedro Sunday.
Special for Thursday only. Geor Georgette
gette Georgette and Crepe de Chene at $1.75
per yard; assorted colors. At B. Gold Goldman's,
man's, Goldman's, where the big Closing Out
Sale is in full blast. Remember, this
price for Thursday only. It
The price on the 18-room house to today
day today is $2180. 19-tf

Prohibition, They Thought, Was a
Joke, -but They are Now
in Prison

(Associated Press)
Toledo, Ohio, May 19. An entire
family of father, mother, son and
nephew were sentenced to federal
prison following convictions for vio violating
lating violating the prohibition law in federal
court.
PURSUANT TO THEIR PLEDGE
(Associated Press)
New York, May 19. Pursuant to
their pledge to the Federal Reserve
Board, leading banking interests to today
day today extended their campaign of de deflation
flation deflation of credits and high commodity
prices.
OAK VALE
Oak Vale, May 18. Mrs. Nan Hay Hay-den
den Hay-den of Little Rock, Ark., is visiting
her brother, Mr. M. A. Clancy. They
hadn't seen each other for seventeen
years. Mrs. Hayden, who is 76 years
old, made the trip alone, stopping in
Alabama to visit relatives.
Messrs. Mims Mattair and Melvin
Boyer made a business trip to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Saturday.
Mrs. Cooper of Trenton is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. A. M. Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. -Anderson and
daughter, Leola, attended services
Sunday at the Methodist church, Wil Wil-liston.
liston. Wil-liston.
Mrs. Pearl Rozear, Miss Maud
Shutt and sisters. Misses Mayone and
Gertrude of Gainesville, came over
Sunday to see Mrs. W. F. King and
Miss- Lonnie Clancy. Mr. Ira Beck
drove their car for them. All had din
ner at the home of Mr. A..M. Clancy.
Miss Lou Eva Anderson went Fri
day to spend a week with her broth brother.
er. brother. Dr. Emmet Anderson and wife of
High Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Robinson
and children, Mrs. Robinson's mother
and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Robinson of
Coleman, spent Thursday with the
R. H. Reddick family at Johnson lake.
Mrs. W. F. King spent the past
week with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lar
son of Raleigh. Mr. and Mrs. Lar Larson
son Larson brought her home Friday after
noon and all went to Johnson lake
fishing, returning home after supper.

We Close Every Thursday
At 1 O'clock

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DOUBLE ATTRACTION
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F02 TOMORROW MORNING ONLY
i
Lot of Crepe de Chine,
Voile and Organdy Blouses
All Sizes. Regular Value
$3.50 and $3.75
SPECIAL

WWIA

The Fashion Center

Ocala,

France in Time of Peace Must Al

ways be Ready for War,
Says Foch
(Associated Press)
Paris, May 19. Marshal Foch
warned that France in peace must
prepare for future wars at a meeting
of the Polytechnic School of Army
Engineers today.
. COMING TO AMERICA
Warsaw, May 19. Arrangements
have been completed for the trans transportation
portation transportation of 2000 persons weekly
from Poland to the United States by
the Hebrew sheltering and immigrant
aid society of America.
SUMMERFIELD
Summerfield, May 17. Mrs. E. S.
Adkins accompanied by her sister,
Miss Kathleen Clyburn, left Monday
for Pensacola and other points in
West Florida. Mrs. Adkins will go
from there to Chicago for a short visit
to relatives en route to her new home
in Pony, Montana.
Misses Theresa Condrey and Antha
Groff are spending a few days in
Ocala this week visiting friends.
Mr. J. A. Frazier spent Sunday
here with home folks.
There was a farewell party given
in honor of Mrs. E. S. Adkins at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Stoops
Saturday night.
Mr. H. W. Fogg of Leesburg is in inspecting
specting inspecting the Wartmann nursery this
week. He is accompanied by Mrs.
Fogg, who is .visiting with the Con Condrey
drey Condrey family.
-Mr. John Lyles of Jacksonville
spent Saturday and Sunday with his
brother, Mr. W. J. Lyles of this place.
Mr. H. Shivvers while operating a
saw at the veneering mill last week
happened to the misfortune of hav having
ing having all the fingers on his right hand
cut off in the saw.
A few local shipments of tomatoes
and cucumbers are moving from here
now and it will only be a few days
before cantaloupes will be moving in
car load lots. The melon crop in this
section is good and will probably be
ready for shipping by June 10th. The
farmers are all wearing smiles as the
outlook for prices is very encourag encouraging.
ing. encouraging.
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Membership "Push" Is Gaining Mo Momentum
mentum Momentum as It Goes
Along
This is the third day of the Amer American
ican American Legion's nation-wide "push" for

new members. Marion County Post
Nc. 1 each day has added to its mem
bership. The "push" in this county
is expected to gain its greatest mo
mentum tomorrow night at the spec
ial meetmg that has been called for
8 o'clock in the Board of Trade room.
Every member of the post and every
ex-service man and woman in the
county arc urged to attend tomorrow
night's meeting. A campaign com
mittee has been appointed, but this
committee cannot cover the county by
itself, and every member of the post
must take a hand.
One reason why the Marion county
post should secure as many members
at possible is that representation in
the state convention of the legion is
based on the .number of paid up mem
bers in the post. The state's repre
sentation m the national convention
is in turn, based on the number of
paid up members in the state.
In the present drive old members
who have not paid their dues art
counted as new members and are
counted in making up the post's quota.
Old members of the post can assist
materially in the drive by paying
their dues at once to the post finance
officer, or to any member of the
"push" committee. Chairman Kilgore
of this committee requests that all
appliactions and accompanying dues
be turned in as fast as received to
some member of his committee. Ap-
nlifntionst cVimlfl Vu tiu-riArl in of laocf
once a day. A telegraphic report to
state headquarters of the legion on
the number of new members secured
is required. The members of the
"push" committee are Thomas M. Kil
gore, chairman, L. T. Izlar, Jack Kas-
sells, Philip G. Murphy and Clarence
C. Meffert. The post adjutant, Louis
H. Chazal, at the Board of Trade
room, will be glad to receive applica
tions and dues and turn them over to
the committee.
NOTICE TO MASONS
It is important that every Mason
attend the regular meeting Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock as matters of'
special interest will come up. All vis
iting brothers are cordially invited.
Work. Refreshments will be served.
By order of the W. M.
Lester Lucas.
Jake Brown, Sec'y. 19-2t
CATTS' APPOINTMENTS
Gov. Catts will speak in Marion
county as follows:
Summerfield, Monday May 24, 10 aon.
Belleview, Monday, May 24, 1 p. m.
Ocala, Monday, May 24, 8 p. m.
Anthony, May 25, 10 a. m.
Citra, May 25, 1 p. m.
at Stroud's. Phone 218. 18-3t
WANTED Instructor for fifth and
sixth grade mathematics. Two
hours every morning. Phone 202 or
write "R" in care of Star. 19-6t
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and denarture of nassenrer
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrir
2:15 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1 :55 pm Jacksonville 1 :30 pxn
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:35 pm
Tamna.
2:15 am Manatee- 3:35 pin
St. Petersburg
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 urn Tam Da-Manatee 1:35 cm
4:25 pm Tampa-St Ptersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. B.
Leave Arrive
2:lz pm JacksonvilleNYork 3:15 am
1:45 Dm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 cm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
3:18 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
o .to pm nomosassa jl:sv pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
Buy Your
WESTERN IIEAST
of all kinds
FLORIDA BFEF, PORE,
POULTRY, ETC.,
from
New York Market
W. Broadway
. Phone 110
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autoes and to see to it that their own-; It is with a great deal of pride that
ers park them properly. In regard j I c 'nt to the D. O. K. K. as one of the
to the latter, the police can't fully ; agencies that has made my term of
carry out instructions without the j office one of pleasure and delight; and
development of a good civic con-1 I say with all the fervor of my being

i:nterel at Ocala, Fla., postofftce as
Btf(.'onl-cla."M matter.
ti:iihhovi:s
IIiifclneMN Office Fire-One
IMIIorlal Ipnrnent Two-Seven
Society Iteporler Five-One
mv.muvai assoc iatmij imibss
The Associate Press a exclusively
entitled for the use for republication of
all news dispatches cn-dited to It or
not otherwise tred'ted in this paper and
also the local news pubji.-hed herein.
Ml rights of republication of special
dispatches herein are also reserved.

A I) V KKTI M I N i It ATI-IS

l)inlai I'late 1 cents per men ior

science. There are only a few po policemen
licemen policemen and they can't be everywhere.

Let our citizens themselves quit driv

ing too fast, cutting corners and in
other ways breaking the law when
they think a policeman isn't looking.

Some of us think it is smart to break
the law when we can get away with
it but it is the smartness of a sneak-thief.

ROUTE OF DIXIE HIGHWAY
THROUGH THE CITY

Eiditor Star: Who is to locate per permanently
manently permanently the route of the Dixie High Highway
way Highway through the corporate limits of
the city?
Is it intended that the little guide
posts and markers now stuck around

to be the line of the permanent

t and by what

is

consecutive Insertions. 'Alternate inser insertions
tions insertions "I per cent additional. Composl-
.1 tn.. . i vim lus t h a n

lion i:iiaiKes.n a'". ,1 1- i-i
iv times 5 cents i.er inch. Special route? If so. who did

position 20 per cent additional. Rates authority? To make this a permanent

KScU JH f-jirvji minimum. i . ,
four inches will take higher rate, location, it seems to me to be the
which will be furnished upon applica- most unfortunate thing for the city.

lua.ilmr V j !.! Tt eents Tier line for I This would be not only another blun

first insertion; cents per line.fr efch der of the many we are making, but
subsequent insertion. One change a J
week allowed on readers without extra a most stupendous one, as I see it.

that this department is doing more

for Pythianism in South Florida than
any other instrumentality. I have at

tended a number of ceremonials held
by this branch of the order during the
past year, also attended the institu institution
tion institution of a temple at Miami, and it has
been both my observation and exper experience
ience experience that where the Dramatic Order
Knights of Khorassan take hold of the
work of the parent order nothing can
keep it from success. I do not care
how apparently dead a lodge may be
if the D. O. K. K. gets a few members

o fthat lodge into its ranks it at once

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR j :&

ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

, j
RATES Six line minimum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six times

75c: one month. S3. Pavable in ad-

vacce.

FOR SALE Sound work horse. 7 to
K years old; may be seen at Dr. J.
H Dunn's stables on West Fort
King Ave. 5-18-3t
FOR RENT Very desirable store in

Merchants' block. Apply to R. R.
Carroll, agent. 14-6t

"TTOU will find us an able and willing ally in your.
X business affairs. We stand ready at all times to
help our customers. You are invited to keep your ac account
count account at our Band so that we may have an opportun opportun-ty
ty opportun-ty to render you this service.
Resources More Than One Million.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK.-

begins to show signs of life and re- WANTED Good piano in excellent

nwed interest. I most sincerly rec

ommend that the Grand Lodge of
Florida give every encouragement
and assistance to the D. O. K. K. for
ic deserves all we may bestow.
W. M. Gober, C. C.

condition to use for five months.
Will take very best care of it. Ad Address
dress Address Mrs. Philip G. Murphy, Room
11, Gary block. 14-Ct

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FAIRFIELD

DATES FOR THE CANDIDATES

-.nm r.nsl t urn frhartres.

Leffal advertisements at legal rates.

As I understand it, the

route approaches the city

line of

the

on

I nnvtVi prncc n cr fVio SAT. milrnnrl

What's the use of any change in the , ,

state controller's office? It would take ;nt.rCO,fi.

a new man a coupla years to learn 9Vpnnp thPr,,e

what Ernest Amos knows. I n Vnr u-

. ;i ri iiriii v imiii is.:s iiijl iiri rut- itn rr

Wilson's veto on the appropriation

bill stuck. The House cut out the XT . .. .

item he objected to and repassed it wide Rin
Prexy may be sick, but he isn t dead intergection of this 59 and 40

ei" Ifppt. that is Mae-nolia and Fort Kine

wp turn pnst nn Fort. Kinc- At this

. . 1 1 f I

Daniels says hims wanted to rrus- intersection there are four corners
. .1 XT i 1-1. I

sianize tne navy. lxot uneiy wmu with fmir hrick buildings close to the

. ..... .i t i 1 1 ... i

Josephus told the truth, out me navy corners 0f each block. Did you ever

had better be Prussianized than Dan

ielized.

try turning a big automobile or a big

truck at that point? If not do so, just
fnr tVio PYnpripncp rf thp thine. T)

A few days ago, Catts tried his old it on Saturday or maybe, it is as well

if you will wait until Sunday and

drive up all the way on Fort King,

FOR RENT Desirable 6-room house

with all modern conveniences. Close
in. Apply to R. R. Carroll. 14-6t

WRITE The Truth Seeker Co., New

York, for sample copy of the Truth
Seeker, a free thought and agnostic
publication. 23-2t

The candidates will gather to ad

dress the people of the county at the
following places on the dates named:

Citra, Thursday night, May 20th.

Fairfield, Friday, May 28, at which HA DSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone

place an all-day picnic will be held.

Mount Olivet church at Shady, Sat

urday, May 29. All day.

your orders to Smoak's Shop. Phone
?146. 2-m

I airfield. May 18. Miss Lila Mack
is visiting relatives and friends near
Micanopy
There will be services at the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church Sunday night.
There will be preaching- at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church next Sunday morning and

probably Sunday night. Come to the
morning serviec and you will know
whether to come at night or not.
We are glad to say that Mr. Henry
Gatrell Jr., who has been quite sick
for some time, is improving and we
hope he will soon be all right again.

Read the ads. They'll save you coin.

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.

CALVARY

FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and sell

Second-hand furniture. Experts put
it in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn
mowers, enamelware, etc. J. V.
Hunter, 310, 312. 314 S. Main St. tf

Calvary, May 17 Miss Lottie Mor Morrison
rison Morrison was called by telegram to Pal

metto on account of the serious ill

ness of little Helen Post, her niece, CLEANING AND PRESSING You

game of firing the sheriff of Pinellas
county and replacing him with one of

who has malarial fever. Miss Lottie

left on the noon train Sunday. We

hope she finds little Helen improving.
Mrs. M. J. Morrison and children

went to Martel to visit her parents,

Mr. and Mrs. Miller, leaving Sunday.

Mr. J. W. Morrison, Mr. M. J. Mor

risen, air. A. u. JMth and Mr. uraw

ley went down to the Withlacoochee,

where they were joined by Messrs.

can get the best service in town oy
having us clean and press your
clothes. Ladies' work a specialty.
The Arcade Pressing Club, phone
448. 22-m

his pets. The pet hadn't been in of- t 12 0vi0rk whpn rhurch is turn-

fice a week when a gang of wiretap- inJ, Qut and the people going to din din-pers,
pers, din-pers, held for trial, broke out of the n We,have turned east up Fort

Clearwater jail. Kin? and the first block is one of the

mnst. onncrpstprl nf hnsinpss rpntprs.

Don't forget that State Senator ld when we tQ the eagt end of

Jaas. D. Calkins of Fernandina, one th firgt k j t th t

of the candidates for attorney gener- mncf ;mnnrtnnt if not thp most, im-

al, will be- here this evening to ad- portant; street in the cjtyMain
dress the people, and be sure to go strppt. And note whGre we run into

out and hea rhim. He is an excel- it right at the Harrington Hall and
lent speaker and well worth listening th Methodist church, where there is

Sunday well, it is to be seen, al-

Admiral Sims made his charges,

most impassable.

M 1 1 A A. O

Dnei ana to tne point, against oec- rnT,t;nn;n nn thP sppond block.

retary Daniels some months ago. Aft- with automobiles on the north and on
er taking two or three months to the gouth gide of the block and chn.

frame up a deiense, uanieis is Degin- dren darting from street to streetf we

come to the A. C. L. tracks, right up

on them as we come from church;

could not see it for Yonge's building
on the south and trying to keep rut
of the way of the children and the

WW t 1 i A.

ning. lie is a nttie more prompt in
this, however, than in navy depart

ment affairs.

Controller Amos is "recommend-

9 a. 1 i! A. A-1

mg" a tax reauction, just a xnuntn d women coming out of the Meth Meth-before
before Meth-before the primary. Just think how , WelL we et across

much finer he could talk if he was now without ,accident and o and behold
pointing to the fact that during his ther are a lot of aut0mobiles all lined

term he had already reduced the tax

rate! Tampa Tribune.

up on the north side of the third
block, attending some function at the

Friend Tnb, will you kindly tell us Tem le theater. The automobiles are

now ui cuuuuuci tan cuu,c banked from Condon's to the Presby

rate?

Mr. E. A. Quarles, with the Franch
and Canadian Steamship Corporation,

and located for the present at Stam

ford, Conn writes as follows, in a begin to feel relieved that I got

terian churcfi, some of them by the
ladies who drive and leave the cars

as they please, and some by children,

way out into the street. Well, I scrape

up close against Ed Chace's lot and

letter m which he ordered his address th h when x look ahead and see
changed: "I find your paper of great 'f1nWT1 Fnrf K,nr avpnllp

efforts ,

interest. Success to your

against the whisky outlaws. If Mar Marion
ion Marion county votes bonds, I shall con consider
sider consider improving the 200 acres I own
there and shall gladly pay the tax in

crease.'

King avenue

crowd of people who are just coming

in from Silver Springs, or the lake,
and I meet them just about the Pres

byterian church, and those Presby

terian people have their automobiles

parked all on the north side of the

c root ririA fVio Tinnnr-r-iT rorrlo all riTi

People say the Star is mean and is fn Mre

. ... 1 W I 111V OU UL11 VfMtVAAAC, VT

always uiCKing on suiucuuuy. n jruu Ae,

win notice, nowever, you wui uerveive qoV ro,f nnao OT1fi

tnattne otur nv UTO it .g & h Rlaxon SOUnding for
its own personal wrongs and contro- L wuc T non't 0f

verges. iu c-ouiu uy ... u a through myself for a fellow has a

moat any ..c o.. u.. ouuj, big three-ton truck and is in a hurry

uufs not ueueve n wouiu uc uucicai

ing to the public. If you think the
Star is severe on folks it thinks needs
criticising, you should read Joe Ear-

mar's nanpr. thp Palm Beach Post.

V ;.,.r.7 .Cl:- noiia than any

UUC lUKCS tllCJX I11UC3 Oil. Ill BCtllUIlS.

The Southern Baptist convention,
, in its meeting at Washington, passed
a resolution worthy of Roger Will Williams,
iams, Williams, who went out in the wilderness
for his conscience's sake, but did not
drive others out when he had the
power. It was the resolution asking
for an amendment to the constitution
f to prohibit the appropriation of any
public money to sectarian uses. This
was the real spirit of our constitution,
but it has been evaded in a thousand
ways. Every denomination in the
United States, unless it was some
very small and weak one, has grab grabbled
bled grabbled in the public treasury when it

had the chance. The demand of the

convention for an uniform divorce law

was also good.

The city council, at its meeting last

night, notified the Seaboard Air Line
that it must make arrangements to
safeguard the crossing at Exposition

to get through.

It is unquestionably a fact that
there is more travel on Fort King

down to its intersection with Mag

other street in the

city, except those going to the union
station.
To turn the tide of travel coming
on the Dixie Highway from a 59-foot
street into an already congested 40 40-foot
foot 40-foot street, when we know there will
be immense touring cars with trailers
and large trucks and passing by
places where our children must fre frequent
quent frequent in large numbers, seems to be
so menacing to the interest of the
city that even the intelligence of a
city councilman might appreciate it.
W. S. Bullock.

WANTED Young man able to

handle srnall store room. Apply at
Harrington Hall hotel. 13-tf

Tilden, Will Gillis and their nephew, FOR SALE Three 2-horsepower In-

Master Clyde Lanier, and had a pleas

ant time, catching plenty of fish, last

Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morrison were

business visitors to Ocala Friday.

ternational pumping engines, sec

ond hand; $35 to $65. D. N. Math Mathews,
ews, Mathews, Ocala, Fla. 13-6t

FOR SALE Sixteen foot, steel, non-

sinkable auto motorboat; mahogany
finish deck; open cockpit; engine
controlled from wheel. Address W,
F. Brown Jr., Candler, Fla. 13-Ct

FOR SALE House and lot with all

latest improvements; Ford truck;
rock face cement block machine;
also second hand lumber 2xl0's 18
ft. long, 2x6's 16 ft long. Cheap
for cash. Carl Wenzel, 702 Wyo Wyo-mina
mina Wyo-mina St. 5-17- eow
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms.
614 E. Adams St. 17-6t

'It's good to
"Ship by Truest9
and even better to
'Ship by Maxwell."
20, 000 carry their
goods nowaday, in
th is relahljco
nomic c&ip wo rm
drive, VI 2 ton truck.

OCALA TESTIMONY

Ajteb Clouds comxs Sdnshini.
After Desponsxnct comes Jot.'
After Sickness comxs Health.
After Weakness comes Strength

In the spring: when you're "all
in" fagged out blood thin, if
you will turn to Nature's remedy,
a tonic made from wild roots and
barks, which has stood fifty years
as the best spring tonic you will
find strength regained. No need
to tell you it's Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery, put up in tablet
or liquid form, and sold by every
druggist in the land. After a hard
winter shut up indoors, your blood
needs a temperance tonic, a tissue tissue-builder
builder tissue-builder and blood-maker such as this
"Medical Discovery"of Dr. Pierce's.
Birmingham, Ala. "Doctor Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery is the best
tonic and builder 1 have ever known.
I was in a run-down and weak conditio
when I started to take the Golden
Medical Discovery,' and that first bottle
o strengthened me that I kept on with
It until I had take three bottles, and
then 'jaxj health wae absolutely perfect.
I never hesitate a moment in recom recommending
mending recommending Dr. Pieree's QoMen Medical Dis Discovery
covery Discovery as the very best of tonics, and am
glad to make this statement." MR9.
Annus Dial, 2600 Tompkins Are., North.

Home Proof, Here, Tftere and Every Everywhere
where Everywhere When you see Doan's Kidney Pills
recommended in this paper you most
always find the recommender an
Ocala resident. It's the same every everywhere
where everywhere in 3800 towns in the U. S.
Forty thousand people publicly thank
Doan's. What other kidney remedy
can give this proof of merit, honesty
an truth? Home testimony must be
true or it could not be published here.
Read this Ocala recommendation.
Then insist on having Doan's. You will
know what you are getting:
J. Chas. Smith, jeweler, E. Second
St., Ocala," says: "Although I haven't
had any need of Doan's Kidney Pills
for a good manyf years, I recall the
good they did for me. I took Doan's
tor backache and other sympatoms of
kidney trouble and they brought me
very quick relief and soon stopped the
trouble entirely."
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Smith had. Fooster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo. N. Y. Adv. 61

Mt mil tm gstttm

Uf9 mtm

One thousand men are. wanted at
once to bring their families to the big
Closing Out Sale now in full blast at
B Goldman's. 19-3t

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FRUITS

VEGETABLES

PHONE
2 18

W. A. STROUD
WEST SIDE OF COURTHOUSE

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AXWEBJL
TO N TR U CK

CONDENSED SPECIFICATIONS
Four cylinders, 3 x AVi, cone clutch, (Aire
speeds forward selective type transmission,
124-inch wheelbase, electric headlights and
generator, tires optional, worm drive
Carroll Motors Co
Ocala - Florida

ititimittstmtiiiti;;itm;mtismmim

iHt Graduates bear i
aOsj What might be

Graduates bear in mind:

bril-

i$Sp$? liant success, may be a

Spr Qismai ianure, u you

""y.wCA neglect your eyes.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

Sec Me
For All Classes Oi
Stone, Brick, Wood,
and Concrete
Building
I D. McCasMll
Contractor
Phone 446. 728 Wenona St

increase ii Price f lunfliei Coca-Cola, rsniie audi tanoi CM

Dont be suprised if your dealer asks you 8 cents or two for 15 cents for
bottled Orange and Lemon Crush. We are forced by an increase
in the cost of ($ syrup and the price we now jhave to pay for sugar
and all materials, to materially increase the price to the dealer.
It was either raise the price or cheapen our products. The latter we are not willing to do. We
will continue to use the very best material or not bottle these drinks. We are the last Coca-Cola
bottler in the State to make this increase.

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OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1920

.NOTICE...

TO THE MILK TRADE OF OCALA

GLENIURST
THE FAMOUS PYLES DAIRY
WILL OPERATE A
Milli and Cream Supply Depot
At store of CARN-THOMAS COMPANY on Broad Broad-way,
way, Broad-way, Beginning Monday Afternoon, May 17th.

Milk, quart 20c Pint 12c
Cream, on order, qt. 90c Pint 50c
Half pint, cream, 30c
FRESH MILK, when you want it, but no DELIVERY
Deposit required on bottles:

Picnic supplies must be fresh
and seasonable to be appreciated
on your outing.
We make a specialty of picnic eat eatables
ables eatables all the good substantial stand stand-bys
bys stand-bys and the greatest abundance of
dainties that you'll find in town.
Bring us your order we'll fill it
most temptingly.

Mrrrrww- i nun

"Km

y5

11 nlkcffl

The first choico of millions c
housewives for over a quarter
of a century.
Proved best most economics!
by many, toots. Hakes most
palatabloand sweotost of foods.
Calumet Baking powder is used
by more Domestic SciontJoto.
Chefs, Hestaurants9 Hotels, fieli fieli-roads,
roads, fieli-roads, and Housewives then
any other brand.
Cail f orCaiumot BfiidnsPowder.

iSSw- ferae?'

HUNTER'S AUTO- EXCHANGE
WE PAINT AUTO TRUCKS
auto PAINTING

m the same sKiuui and careiui
manner as we do pleasure cars,
and you should not neglect your
trucks in this erspect. Besides
the improved appearance, which
adds prestige and the look of
prosperity to your business,
painting protects the truck and
prolongs its life actually adds
to its value.

TOPS New, covered, patched and coated with a patent wax pasta -that
makes old tops absolutely waterproof.
MINTING Autos painted, striped and finished in the best of
material.
UPHOLSTERING We are prepared to give you satisfactory ser service
vice service in upholstering backs, seats or cushions.
TIEES, TUBES, GAS aefi OILS
LET US REPAIR, PAINT AND UPHOLSTER YOUR CAB, SO
YOU CAN ENJOY IT YOURSELF OR SELL TO ADVANTAGE.
AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED
J. W. MUMT EM
Ocala oslSS Florida

OCAIA

OCCURRENCES

If you have any
phone five-one.

society items,

Mr. Chas. V, Miller of Tampa was
a business .visitor in town today en
route to Leesburg.

Master T. C. Carter Jr. is having a
happy visit at Okahumpkee with his
aunt, Mrs. W. J. Cason.
Now is the time to get your dry
goods and shoes while the big Closing
Out Sale i in progress. It will be a
big saving to buy now. 6. Goldman. 3t
Mr and Mrs. Harvey Clark motor motored
ed motored to .Orlando this morning on a com combined
bined combined business and pleasure visit.
I have fifteen hundred dollars worth
of merchandise to offer to the people
at.ray ONE CENT SALE. Look lor
the.-dates and, boys, do not fail to
join the Legion. Gerig's Drug Store.
Mrs. E. M. Willians and two lovely
little daughters of Brooksville are in
the city visiting the former's hus husband
band husband at the home of his mother and
sister, Mrs. G. K. Williams and Mi3s
Edith" Williams.

Mayonnaise dishes, marmalade
dishes, bon-bon dishes, all of the
prettiest designs in cut glass. The
Court Pharmacy. 8-6t
Miss Teresa Murphy, one of the
public i school's capable young teach teachers,
ers, teachers, has gone to Jacksonville to spend
her summer, vacation with her par parents.
ents. parents. 'Miss Murphy made many
friends here who trust she will return
in the fall.

HALL-BAIN

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything -we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices- -f
Mrs. L. W. Ponder left yesterday
afternoon for Palatka, where she was
called to the bedside of her sister,
Mrs. James Johnson, who is qnite ill.
Mrs. Johnson's many friends in Ocala
will regret to-learn of her illness and
wish, for her speedy recovery.
Strawberries every day this week
at Stroud's. Phone 218. 18-3t

The Business and Professional
Woman's Club held the first meeting
last night in their new quarters.
There was not the usual large atten attendance,
dance, attendance, due to the inclement weather,
but those present spent a very pleas pleasant
ant pleasant evening discussing matters of im importance.
portance. importance. Special for Thursday only, Geor Georgette
gette Georgette and Crepe de Chene at $1.75
pe. yard; assorted colors. At B. Gold

man's, where- the big Closing Out
Sale is in full blast. Remember, this
price for Thursday only. It
Mrs. D. L. White of Citra is the
guest of Mrs. Alison -Wartmann for a

few days.1 As soon as passage can

be obtained, Mr. and Mrs. White will
go to Panama City, Panama, for an

indefinite period. Mr. White having

accepted a very flattering position
there as civil engineer.
Our line of cut-glass was never

more complete '-parf ait glasses, water

jugs, goblets, ice tea glasses, punch
sets, etc. The Court Pharmacy. 8-6t

Miss Ruby Edwards will give a

week-end houseparty this week at her
home at Irvine. About six of Ocala's
young ladies -will attend, and they are

anticipating a -lovely time. One of
the ; entertainments will be a trip to
Gainesville 'to enjoy festivities which

arc: being 'planned for Miss Edwards'
guests.'

Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing" & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we- sell is guaranteed. We're

fightinr for QUALITY not prices, tf

To make an even happier occasion
of the day yesterday, the birthday of

Mrs." George-H. Ford, Miss Emily
Stotesbury- honored her with a pret pret-'ty
'ty pret-'ty auction party. Those invited to

this congenial and happy occasion
were the members of the Thursday
afternoon auction club, of which both
the honoree and hostess are members.

This club comprises some of Ocala's
most skilled players and they thor

oughly enjoy the game, but yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's gathering seemed unusually de

lightful. At the end of a pleasant
afternoon, Miss Stotesbury present presented
ed presented the- highest scorer and honoree
with unique prizes which were very
clever and original. An ice course
and cake, were served, the hostess be

ing assisted by her sister, Mrs. Her Herbert
bert Herbert Ford.

SILVER TEA

a

Circle No. 1 of the Methodist

church will give a silver tea this

afternoon, from 4:30 to 6:30 o'clock
at the residence of Mrs. Harry Wal

ters on Oklawaha avenue. The pro

iceeds.will be used toward the build-

ling fund of the Methodist church.

Everybody cordially invited to be

present, both gentlemen and ladies.

SEEDS!

(Greensboro, N. C, Record)
The engagement of one of Greens Greensboro's
boro's Greensboro's most charming and popular
young women was made known on
Saturday afternoon when Miss Nellie
Love Bain, at a beautifully appointed
and elaborate reception announced
the engagement and approaching
marriage of her sister. Miss Margue Marguerite
rite Marguerite Boyer Bain to Richard Smith
Hall of Ocala, Fla., the wedding to
take place on June 30, 1920.
The lovely Bain home on Spring
street was never more attractive than
on this occasion, each room being it itself
self itself an artistic setting for the beau beautifully
tifully beautifully gowned girls and women at attending.
tending. attending. In the hall and music room
a color scheme of white and green
had been employed, and this was car carried
ried carried out with a profusion of white
peonies, snowballs and stately palms.
Mrs. E. E. Bain, mother of the pretty
bride-elect, received the guests at the
frcnt door, and in the hall were little
Misses Martha and Katherine Sykes,
daintily dressed in white net and
satin. One received the cards of the
guests and from the basket filled with
cards which the other carried, the in interesting
teresting interesting announcement was made.
Each guest was presented with a
pretty handpainted card on which
was inscribed the initials R. S. H. H.-M.
M. H.-M. B. B., and on the inside was dis dis-coverd
coverd dis-coverd the date, June 30, 1920.
Miss Nellie Bain received at the
door of the music room and intro introduced
duced introduced the guests to the receiving line
which was formed in this room. Com Composing
posing Composing the line were Miss Marguerite
Bain, the bride-to-be, wearing an ex exquisite
quisite exquisite French costume of white
satin with an overdress of cream lace,
with a corsage of LaFrance roses;
Mrs. Lloyd Penny, a recent bride,
gowned in dark green taffeta and car carrying
rying carrying pink peonies; Miss Frances
Long, a charming bride of the com coming
ing coming fall, beautifully dressed in tur turquoise
quoise turquoise blue satin trimmed in silver
lace and pink plumes; and Mrs. Nor Norman
man Norman Boren, a recent bride, wearing
her wedding dress of white satin.
Miss Gray Bradshaw directed the
guests to the dining room door, where
they were greeted by Miss Louise
Davis, of the Greensboro College for
Women, and Miss Annie McDuffiie.
The dining room made a beautiful
picture, with its dainty color scheme
of yellow and white, and lighted by
candles shaded with yellow shades. In

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ful graceful basket filled with Ophelia roses
and tied with an airy bow of gold
tulie. Quanties of daintily colored
peonies were also used to artistic ad advantage.
vantage. advantage.
Here Mrs. Max T. Payne and Mrs.
L. M. Humphrey poured tea, and the
guests were served tea, sandwiches
and almonds by Misses Jessie Myers,
Claire Stafford, Lillian Merrimon and
Frances Shaw.
At the door of the library were Miss
Nell Davis of the Greensboro College
for Women, and Miss Eva Stanback.
The color scheme in this room was
a lovely shade of rich red, and car carrying
rying carrying it out were baskets of peonies
and shaded candles. Frozen punch was
served from a block of ice, surround surrounded
ed surrounded by asparagus fern"interwoven with
the peonies. The big fireplace and
the mantlepiece were banked with this
same handsome flower 'and quantities

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of white ashe. Misses Ella Andrews

and Katherine Keith served the
punch.
A large number of guests called
during the afternoon to enjoy Miss
Bain's cordial hospitality and to ex extend
tend extend their best wishes to the popular
honoree.
The bride-elect is one of the at attractive
tractive attractive pair of daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Bain, of this city, and is
noted for her dainty and appealing
beauty and for her decided personal
charm. She is one of the most pop popular
ular popular girls in the city, having scores
of friends and admirers throughout
Greensboro. She has spent practical practically
ly practically her entire life here and her friends
will regret that her marriage will
take her to another place to make her
future home. She is decidedly talent talented
ed talented in both music and art and has
many other accomplishments.
Mr. Hall is a son of the late Rich Richard
ard Richard Smith Hall of Ocala, Fla., and has
a wide circle of friends in Greensboro.

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MUSIC RECITAL

.Thursday evening. Miss Marguerite
Porter's music class will give its an annual
nual annual music recital at the Baptist
church. These recitals are always
most pleasant occasions and the
friends of Miss Porter and her pupils
look forward to them with pleased
anticipation.
SEEDS!

Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans,, chuf as. cow peas and sorghum
seed. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf

The price on the 18-room house to to-day
day to-day is $2180. 19-tf

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One thousand men are wanted at

once to bring their families to the big

Closing Out Sale now in full blast at

B. Goldman's. 19-3t

Ask Gene's Drue Store what One

Cent will buy and then go and enlist

in the Amreican Legion if you are

el'gible. 18-tf

The most complete line of bathing

caps we have evr carried now on dis

play. Come early and select your fav favorite
orite favorite colors. The Court Pharmacy. 6t

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of the high relative value built into all Good Goodyear
year Goodyear Tires
You can well do so because you can secure
in the smaller Goodyear Tires the results of
such skill and care as have made Goodyear
Tires the preferred equipment ori tne high highest
est highest priced automobiles of the day
You can well do so because these smaller
Goodyear Tires are easy to obtain, being
produced at the rate of approximately 20,000
a day, and because their first cost usually is
as low or lower than that of other tires in
the same types and sizes.
Go to the nearest Goodyear Service Station
Dealer for these tires, and for Goodyear
Heavy Tourist Tubes. He supplies many
other local owners of the smaller cars.

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Supplies of All Kinds
Kelly-Springfield, Miller and Goodyear Tires.
Let us prove to you that the Chandler Automobile is worth several hund hundred
red hundred dollars more than any er, selling at the price.
$2,225.00 Delivered ih Ocala

LATEST LOCALS
Temperature this morning, 63; this
afternoon, 80.
Miss Emma Zeigler of Lowell was

a visitor in town yesterday.

Capt. Allie Angle, candidate for

controller, the best natured man in

he state, is in the city, and will

teak from the bandstand tonight.

Now is the time to get your do-

goods and shoes while the big Closing
Out Sale is in progress. It will be a

big saving to buy now. B. Goldman. 3t

Miss Wenona Wetherbee is having

a delightful visit with friends at New

Smyrna and before returning home

will visit in Jacksonville and DeLund.

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LEAKANCE

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MAY 15TH TO JULY 15T1

COLORED K. OF P.
IN CONVENTION

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee

Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're

fighting for QUALITY not prices, if

The U. S. army recruiting station

in the postoffice building will be

dosed until Friday.

Now is the time to get your dry

goods and shoes while the big Closing

Out Sale is in progress. It will be a
big saving to buy now. B. Goldman. 3t

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haviland of

Belleview, Mr. E. M. Hastings. Fort

McCoy, Mrs. L. L. Hopkins and Mrs.

F. T. Benedict of Belleview, Mr. F. G.

Samson of Ouincy and Mr. S. H.
Gaitskill of Mcintosh were visitors

and shoppers on our streets today.

.Look out for Gerig's ONE CENT

SALE and join the "Legion." 18tf

Messrs. Jack C. Kassell and Stan

ley Gunnerlock have gone to Orlando
in connection with recruiting duties.
They will return in a few days.

The war declared on High Prices at

the big Closing Out Sale is saving
many dollars fora people who are tak taking
ing taking advantage of it. B. Goldman. 19 3t

The American Legion asks yoa
Soldier and Sailor boys to join right
now. Gerig's Drug Store asks all the
people to look out for the GREAT
ONE CENT SALE. Dates to be an announced
nounced announced later. 18-tf

James Strain, formerly the Star's
efficient janitor, now holding a good
job in Jacksonville, has been in Ocala
this week. We miss Jim, but are glad
he is doing well.

The joint debate between Uncle
Billy Folks and Light did't joint last
night because Light wasn't present.
We don't know that Light was out
but he certainly wasn't in. Uncle
Billy was on hand, tho', and talked
around among a number of his
friends. Uncle Billy explained his af affinity
finity affinity for Catts by saying that Catts
was a Baptist preacher. We don't
think this a good argument, however,
for we kndw a bunch of Baptists,
some preachers, who are going to vote
for Catts to go back to Alabama.
Uncle Billy said, however, that he
might vote for Fletcher, in which case
much may be forgiven him. He did
not refer to House Joint Resolution
270, with its possible power to soak
the people 50 mills next year. Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps it is a tender subject with him.
NOTICE

As usual for the past 30 years, we have put on our clean up sale
BEGINNING IN MAY

Our stock must he reduced. Everything
in ready-to-wear goods for men, women and
children. v

Elastic seam drawers
Porus Knit undershirts
Men's and hoys' soft collars -400
doz. men's and boys' linen
collars

Colgate's Cashmere Bouquet soap
Palm Olive soap

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10 and 15c

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Full Line Men's and Boys
Clothing. See Us
Before Yoti Buy

Special White Shoes for Ladies and Chi chen All sizes.
Sale Free i)8c.

Regular price $1.50.

Tinware,
Enameledwarc
and Crockery

SALE MONDAY, WEDNESDAY-AND SATURDAY

Special Prices on Ladies' White Muslin Underwear.
SEE OUR WINDOWS.

Ycu must have your 1918 and 1919
poll tax receipts to vote June 8th,
W. W. Stripling, Tax Collector.
One thousand men are wanted at
once to bring their families to the big
Closing Out Sale now in full blast at
B. Goldman's. 19-3t

A BARGAIN
18 ROOM HOUSE
FOR SALE
To Close Oat Estate
Located on quarter-acre
lot one block from Post Post-office,
office, Post-office, cheap at $3000. Price
will be reduced $10 per day
until sold.
PRICE TODAY $2180
II interested see me at once
FRANK W. DITTO
Real Estate Ocala, Fla.

Sickness Makes
Stomach Sick

In calling to order the second
day's session of the grand lodge of
negro Knights of Pythias this morn morning
ing morning in Metropolitan hall, Col. W. W.
Ar.ditws, grand chancellor, declared
that it was possible for the two races
tr live together in this southland in
peace and harmony, each regarding
the rights and feelings of the other,
ar.d speaking well of each other.
"The time has passed when the
white man should say mean things
about the negro or the negro should
.say mean things about the white
man," said Col. Andrews, "but there
must be a common ground on which
we can meet and discuss all differ differences
ences differences and adjust them. I have long

ago assured the white people that my
color would not run or rub, and it is
possible for me to sit down and talk
with any white man on the common

interests of all without him getting
any of my blackness.
"We are appealing to the white
man for rigid enforcement of the law,
ami that only. I say we are appeal appealing
ing appealing to the white men, because they
make the laws, construe the laws and
execute the laws, for they have the
power to down lynching and mob vio violence
lence violence forever. This can be done by
the punishment of those who partici participate,
pate, participate, and unless this is done there is
a dark future in store for our gov government.
ernment. government. Lawlessness, mob violence

;-.nd their kindred evils are the breed breeders
ers breeders of reds, bolshevikism, anarchy
and all other such organizations

which would destroy our government

and wreck happiness.

we love tne soutn, and here is

where we are going to remain, but in

remaining and being loyal to our

state, we want the state to do the

right thing. Give us good schools,

protection under the law, the right to

live, and we will help to make this

land the garden spot of the world."
There was much interest manifest

ed in the opening of the grand lodge
this morning. Dr. J. N. Stokes made
a special prayer for race unity and

harmony between the two races. He
asked God to put it into the hearts

of the white people of the South that

the negroes were their best friends
and would die by them. He had al always
ways always been loyal to the flag, loyal to
his friends and was not vindictive,

but possessed the Christ spirit,
"Father forgive them they know not

what they do." Shouts of amen came

from many throats.

. Reports made yesterday showed

that the grand lodge .was in good fi

nancial condition. Dr. C. Williams,

in his report as grand keeper of re

cords and seal, showed that the order
wai. in better financial condition than
any time previous. The receipts had
been: From supplies, $2757.19; from

per capita, $7664.53; from minutes,

$1105.42; from supreme tax, $1382.29;

from temple tax, $3130.41; total, $19,-

078.8!). Expended, $13,093.51.
S. H. Coleman, endowment secre

tary, reported collected $14,333.40;

brought forward $63,548.65; total
$208,092.36; assets, $93925.

The report which attracted much

attention was the report of the man
who handles more money for negroes
than any other one colored man in

Florida, E. A. Pottsdamer of Talla

hassee, grand master of exchequer

and treasurer of the endowment de

partment. There was much interest

manifested in his report. He report

ed grand lodge receipts, $20,317.73;

expended $13,099.99; cash balance

$7,217.74. Endowment department

receipts, $212,387.26; expended, $89,
951.16; cash balance, $118,462.26.

The following officers were 'elected:
Col. W. W. Andrews, Jacksonville;

grand chancellor; G. A. Adger. St,

Augustine, past grand chancellor; W.

S. Stevens, Quincy, vice grand chan

celior; J. N. Stokes, D. D., Cocoa

grand perldte; William Goldstucker
Pensacola, grand master at arms; W

P. Spears, Sanford, grand lecturer;

C. R. Williams, M. D., grand, keeper

of records and seal; S. H. Coleman

Tallahassee, secretary endowmen
board; E. A. Pottsdamer, Tallahassee

grand master of exchequer and treas

urer endowment board; J. A. Parker
M. D., Gainesville, grand medical ex

aminer; James Sullivan, Lake City,
grand outer guard; C. P. Lowry,
Tampa, grand inner guard; S. S.
Campbell, Jacksonville, member en endowment
dowment endowment board; Charles Williams,
Jacksonville, W. W. Andrews, su supreme
preme supreme representatives; S. G. McGill,
Jacksonville, grand attorney.
The grand lodge was addressed this
morning by Supreme Chancellor
Green of New Orleans.
Grand Court Calanthe
Four hundred women took part in
the opening of the second day's ses session
sion session of the Grand Court of Calanthe
thi morning in the opening services.
Grand Orator Theresa Moore, made
the opening prayer which brought
forth many "aniens 'and then fol followed
lowed followed the opening ode. It was opened
in keeping with the ritual, and a prac practical
tical practical address was delivered by Grand
Worthy Counsellor E. L. Colyer of
Orlando.
"Our women must play an impor important
tant important part in the solution of the much
ta'.ked of race problem in this coun country
try country she said, "and we must put into
every fiber of our children race love,
and the love for Christ. I have no

respect for any man, woman or child

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MOVE, PACK, SHIP
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PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC.

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PEPSINOL Helps Your Stomach Do
Its Regular Work
"I recently had a severe sickness,
but was able to go back to work after
several weeks. I didn't feel right,
though. I had dull, aching pains in
my back. I was bilious. My stomach
seemed unable to do its work and I
felt bloated and heavy after every
meal.
"I heard about Peysinol and how

good it was for stomach trouble. I

South Magnolia SI., Ocala, Fla.

who is ashamed of his race. We must
love, respect and care for ourselves.
We must not refer to each other as
'niggers.' There is entirely too much
of that among us. Let us be men and
women, proud of our race, and God
will bless us. We are asking that the
railroads will see to it that we get
aci-oiumodations in keeping with the
faro we pay, that they not permit the
news agents to make our car their

began taking it and it certainly did storehouse, and that conductors and

me a lot oi good. In a short time eve- ozneT memuers oi me iram crew uo
ry sign of stomach weakness had dis- not turn our car into a smoker."
appeared and I was eating regularly There were many expressions of

ana neartny. l had no more gas after anproval, and a demonstration by the
my meals and I enjoyed my food." l5,- n,imhpr nf wnmpn. whpn tbe

grand worthy chancellor said that she
was proud that she was a negro and
had neither desire or inclination to
get away from her race.
Following the opening, the roll cf
officers was called and the journal
read. Reports from officers was the

J. J. GERIG order of the day. Calanthe Bessie L.

repsinoi strengthens your stom stomach
ach stomach ( invigorates your nerves and cor corrects
rects corrects functional derangements.

Williams of St. Petersburg, treas treasurer
urer treasurer of the endowment board, report reported
ed reported that she had collected during the
year $167,748.11 and expended $116, $116,-695.53.
695.53. $116,-695.53. This had been largely paid

WEIRSDALE
Weirsdale, May 19. Mr. J. Black
is the proud possessor of a fine new
Dodge. Many pleasant times are in
store for "the boys' around here, as

to orphan children, and others left by r. Black is a genuine favorite with

those who had died during the year.

Following the reports of register
of deeds, Sarah Reed, of Jacksonville,

them.

Our community was well represent

ed at the Leesburg high school ?en-

the receiver of deposits, Calanthe C. 0T piay iast Friday night. The class

a. ivenougn, reponea mat ine re- covered themselves with glory, so to
ceipts of that department during the Speak, and we were particularly proud
past 12 months had been $8717.02; J cf our own Doys an(j KiTa wno
expended $5845.29, and had a balance j part m jt Miss Iris Walling, Harold
of $2871.85. I Peters and George Rast. Although
"It is time for us to stop dying : George and Harold are not exactly
early," said Grand Medical Examiner 1 residents of this place any longer,
G. W. P. Johnson of Tampa, "and this they have many friends and acquaint acquaint-can
can acquaint-can be done if we will just observe the ances here who watch their progress
laws of health, take proper rest. "You with much interest,
cannot dance all night, work all day i Rev. Boyer preached very fine ser ser-and
and ser-and keep up. Our women must stop j mons here last Sunday morning and
the kissing habit, which is a common j evening. Our Sunday school opens
carrier of disease. Learn how to at io a. m., preaching service at 11
shake hands and express yourself in and Christian Endeavor meeting at
that style. We have had to reject too 7 p. m. and church service at 8 p. m.
many this year. Let us make a com- j Alt are cordially invited to come,
mon crusade against the house fly. However, Rev. Boyer preaches at

i-rotect our cnnaren. uive every cnua Candler every second and fourth

Sundays of the month.
Mrs. A. M. Reed has announced rer
return in a week or so from Miami
and other places of interest, where
she has been visiting for the past
seeral months. Her many friends
will be glad to see her at home again.
Mrs. Dr. Jones, who is well known
and much liked in this place, is the
guest of Mrs. .T. B. Snook this week.
Last Sunday afternoon our Chris Christian
tian Christian Endeavor society met with the
Lady Lake society at Lady Lake.
Twenty-five of our people were pres present
ent present and an inspiring meeting was
held.
Mrs. E. B. Lytle accompanied her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Snitzler, to their home in Asbury
Park. N. J., for a short visit there.
The silver tea at Mrs. H. L. Straub's
home was well attended last Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening. The young people en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed the music and games," and the
proceeds were very satisfying to the
Ladies' Aid Society.

the right to be born strong and

healthy."
Calanthe Inez T. Austin of Tampa,
grand royaK matron of the Order cf
Eastern Star, and supreme represen representative,
tative, representative, spoke. But a real common common-sense,
sense, common-sense, homespun address was deliver delivered
ed delivered by Calanthe H. G. Andrews, the
wife of the grand chancellor. She

spoke against children gadding about

the streets at night, xind condemned
in strong language the dance hall,
which she declared had cast down
many. 'There is entirely too much
fieedom for our young people, and
tco many mothers neglect their chil children
dren children while they are trying to play
young. You must save your children
or God will punish you."
Street parade and competitive drill
tomorrow afternoon.

Strawberries every, day this week
at Stroud's. Phone 218. 18-3 is.

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