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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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EVENING

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Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and
Friday; gentle to moderate north
winds.

PRESIDENT WANTS
10 FAKE PEACE
Has Knocked the Joint Camouflage
Resolution Spang in
the Head
(Associated Press)
Washington, May 27. President
Wilson has virtually completed his
message vetoing the peace resolution,
but it was intimated at the White
House he might discuss the matter
with Secretary Colby before sending
it to Congress.
SOUTHERN MEN NEXT
Washington, May 27. After tne
eastern group representatives con conclude,
clude, conclude, representatives of southern
railroads will begin their testimony
before the Interstate Commerce Com Commission
mission Commission in. support of their applica application
tion application for an increase in freight rates.
LETS ALL WALK
Thomas W. Hulme, vice chairman
of the carriers' valuatio ncommittee,
told the Interstate Commerce Com Commission
mission Commission today that the government
engineering reports for fifty systems
showed the cost of reproducing tne
railroads at 1914 prices over three
billion dollars.
HE'D BETTER USE IT TO BUY A
HOUSE
Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler's pres presidential
idential presidential campaign was financed to the
extent of $40,000, Judge Davies tes testified
tified testified before the Senate committee to today.
day. today. PALMER HAS ANOTHER PLANV
The reply of Attorney General Pal Palmer
mer Palmer to the questionnaire submitted
by the national board of farm organ organizations
izations organizations opposed government owner ownership
ship ownership of railroads, favored elimination
of excess profits taxes, was in favor
of higher taxes on incomes from in in-.
. in-. vestments and federal control of the
manufacture and distribution of "nec "necessary
essary "necessary commodities."
SENATE FOREIGN COMMITTEE
DISAPPROVES
President Wilson's proposal for a
mandate over Armenia is disapproved
by the Senate foreign relations com committee.
mittee. committee. NEXT YEAR'S MONEY FOR NAVY
Next year's naval budget has been
fixed at about four hundred and fifty fifty-six
six fifty-six million dollars under the amount
agreed upon by the conferees.
WOULD' RAISE MONEY FOR
WOOD
Dan Hanna agreed to raise half a
million dollars to finance the cam campaign
paign campaign of General Wood, John T. King
testified before the Senate investigate
ing committee.
THE VETO
President Wilson vetoed the repub republican
lican republican peace resolution in a message to
Congress today.
TRI-STATE MINERS REJECT
PROFFERED TERMS
(Associated Press)
Wilkesbarre, Pa., May 27 The in instate
state instate convention of hard coal miners
today rejected the proffered wage
agreement containing the maximum
offer of the operators. v
STRIVING TO "SWEEP
BACK THE SEA
(Associated Press)
Raleigh, May 27. The North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina branch of the Southern Women's
Rejection League will launch a cam campaign
paign campaign against the federal women suf suffrage
frage suffrage amendment at a meeting in the
Senate chamber late today.
PICNIC AT GRAHAMVILLE
Editor Star: There will be a pic pic-nis
nis pic-nis at Grahamville next Wednesday,
June 2nd, and you are invited and we
wish to invjte all the candidates to
come and speak for us.
A few Victrolas at $25, $35 and $75
at THE BOOK SHOP. 25-3t
GEORGETTE BLOUSES
3.98
at Closing Out Sale
B. GOLDMAN

OF TR
MEETS TONIGHT
Traffic Problems of the City Need
Solution, and We Should Have
Baseball and Band Concerts
this Summer
Are you interested in solving the
traffic problems with which the city
finds itself confronted? Would you
like to have open-air band concerts
once a week during the months of
June, July and August? Are you a
baseball fan, and do you want base baseball
ball baseball during the summer months?
These matters which are of general
interest and importance, will come up
for consideration by the Marion Coun County
ty County Board of Trade at its regular
meeting tonight at 8 o'clock. It is
urged that everyone interested be
present at ther meeting. Those who
have given thought to the traffic
problems and who have reached some
conclusion with regard to the matter
are especially urged to be present.
A splendid band has been organiz organized
ed organized under the direction of Mrs. Sara
Jane Manly, and the Board of Trade
has obtained from the band a propo proposition
sition proposition for a series of concerts during
the summer months, to be given once
a week on an evening and at a time
to be decided upon. If the people of
Ocala desire to enjoy music during
th3 warm weather the opportunity
now presents itself. The same is true
of the baseball. Games can be ar arranged
ranged arranged if they can be financed. The
question to be decided is: do the peo people
ple people of Ocala wan band concerts and
bapeball or both? -
FARM NOTES BY
THE COUNTY AGENT
Many calls have come in lately for
information as to the cause and rem remedy
edy remedy for "white-budding" and "french "french-ing"
ing" "french-ing" of corn. During some years
these troubles seem to be more prev prevalent
alent prevalent than in others, and this year
appears to be the worst yet. Ordi Ordinarily
narily Ordinarily farmers regard them as one
and the same-affection, but they are
different. "White-budding" makes its
appearance soon after the corn comes
up and usually disappears when the
weather warms up and the plant gets
to growing rapidly, while "frenching"
may show up later and finally kills
the plant, or so weakens it that no
grain is produced.
So far, these troubles have not
been fully workecf out and are not
sufficiently understood that a cure
can be offered. Our own observations,
tho, leads us to believe that plenty
of ammonia, or humus, will prevent
the "frenching," or will help to over overcome
come overcome it. Spots in affected fields that
have had stable fertilizer and low
places that are rich from decayed
vegetation seem to be free from the
trouble. If ammonia is the .thing
needed, it would seem that a good ap application
plication application of nitrate of soda ought to
help. We hope to make a test of
this, and will announce anything
definite that is learned.
A careful watching of the water watermelons
melons watermelons will be wise at this time. "Let
us watch and spray," should be the
attitude of the growers. Should an an-thracnose
thracnose an-thracnose show up in a field, every
shower of rain, or damp day, will be
favorable for the spread of this dis disease.
ease. disease. It is a fungus trouble and
throws off spores (eggs), which can
form only under moist conditons. It
can be recognized by irregular, dark,
dead spots on the leaves, which dry
up and die. The stems and youn
fruit may be spotted in the same
manner and the larger melons may
develop water-soaked and sunken
spots.
An inspection ori" the 20th of 100
acres of melons in the county showed
very little of this disease present, but
viligance even in these fields will be
the safe course for the owners. For
with frequent rains the spores spread
rapidly and a whole field may be
ruined in one week.
As soon as anthracnose are detect detected,
ed, detected, spraying with bordeaux mixture
of the strngth of 4-4-50 should begin,
and applications made every 10 to 14
days in dry weather and 5 to 8 daya in
rainy weather. To make this take 4
pounds of bluestone, 4 pounds of lump
lime and 50 gallons of water. Use
wooden vessels, dissolve the bluestone
in 25 gallons of water, slake the lime
in a small amount of water and add
25 gallons of water, stir the two solu
tions well and then mix them both to
gether, pouring them in equal quan
titles. Strain the mixture and use
while fresh. Wm. A. Sessoms,
County Agent.
PEAS, PEAS, PEAS
Whippoorwill $6.25 bu.; Whippoor-
will mixed $6; Iron and Clay mixed
$6.25 bu.; Red Ripper $6.25; Cream
Crowder $6.50, Send orders at once
to James L. Deaiu Orlando, Fla. These
prices for 2 bushel sacks and up

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OCALA, FLORIDA, Tlll'RSDAY, MAY 27. 1920.

ARMENIA ACCEPTS
THE INVITATION
Will
Send le legates to Debate
Terms with the Bolsheviki
at Moscow
on
(Associated Prs)
Paris, May 27. The Armenians
have accepted the invitation of the
bolsheviki to send delegates to Mos Moscow,
cow, Moscow, according to infromation receiv received
ed received at the French foreign office.
TRYING TO LAY THE
LAW DOWN TO TEXAS
Suppose that Mammoth State Should
Decide to Flock Off
by Itself
(Associated Press)
Dallas, May 27. Secretary of Ag Agriculture
riculture Agriculture Meredith in a letter to the
Texas legislature, warns Texas that
state will face a country-wide quar quarantine
antine quarantine if she attempts any half-way
measures in dealing with the pink
boll worm pest.
SISTERS HAVE A CHANCE
IN THE PELICAN STATE
(Associated Press)
Baton Rouge, La., May 27. There
is a general impression in legislative
circles that an early decision is prob probable
able probable "on the suffrage question, follow following
ing following a favorable committee report on
the bill granting state suffrage to
women.
BUT WOOD WILL GET
THEM IN CHICAGO
Wheeling, W. Va., May 27. West
Vhginia primary returns tabulated
Sutherland a lead of nearly 5000 over
General Wood for the republican
presidential preference.
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MAKING DRIVES
FOR MAVERICKS

Managers for Candidate it Chicigo
Trying to Capture the Unin Unin-structed
structed Unin-structed Delegates
(Associated Presa)
Chicago, May 27. Candidates for
the republican nomination for presi president
dent president have opened the final drive to
capture the 493 votes that spell vic victory
tory victory when the convention begins next
Tuesday. The disposition of 145 con contested
tested contested delegates is a big facor. The
latest figures show the total conven convention
tion convention vote of 984 is divided as follows:
Wood, 153; Johnson, 109; Lowden, 74;
with favorite sons and uninstructed
delegates making up the remaining
(4tf votes.
MARIAN ROSE MELTON
Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Melton have
the sympathy of the entire community
in the loss of their only child. Mar-'
ian Hose Melton, 14 months old, who 1
died at an early hour this morning, j
Marion was an exceedingly bright
and pretty little girl and the idol of
ad who knew her. On account of the
soixous illness of Mrs. Melton, who rs
at the home of her parents, she has
no- ben told of the death of her little
girl. The funeral services will be an announced
nounced announced later. Pyles & Perkins have
charge of the arrangements.
NOTICE TO WOODMEN
All sovereigns are requested to at attend
tend attend the regular meeting of Fort King
Camp No. 14 Friday night, May 28th.
Initiation and refreshments.
C. K. Sage, Clerk.
Red Cedar Compound 25 cents the
pockage, two for 20 cents, on June 9,'
10 and 11th at Gerig's One Cent
Sale. tf

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Satarday ttBue last
oil oniir gjircaft

warn

Hundreds of our thrifty pa patrons
trons patrons took advantage of this
great opportunity.
A real campaign to bring
down the high cost of living.

COUNTER REVOLT

IN
Is Made Probable by Junction of
Felix Diaz Men with Sur Survivors
vivors Survivors of Carranza
(Associated Press)
Vera Cruz, May 27. Rebel forces
commanded by Felix Diaz it is re reported
ported reported are combining with troops
still loyal Carranza adherents.
WHATS THE USE
Mexico City, May 27. General Ob Ob-regon
regon Ob-regon has asked the Mexican senate
to name a commission to investigate
the death of President Carranza.
CANT BELIEVE THE
OLD ORDER CHANGETII
(Associated Press)
Logansport, Ind., May 27. The an annual
nual annual conference of the old order
branch of brethren of the church clos closed
ed closed here today after declaring against
the use or presence in the homes of
members of talking machines, phono phonographs
graphs phonographs and graphophones.
MRS. STUART
(Associated Press)
Richmond, May 27 Mrs. Margaret
Carter Stuart, wife of former Gove Gove-nor
nor Gove-nor Stuart of Virginia, died in Mas Massachusetts
sachusetts Massachusetts today.
PICNIC AT ELECTRA
There will be a basket picnic at
Electra school house Saturday, May
29th. Everybody invited to be pres present,
ent, present, and especially the candidates. Ice
cream and cold drinks will be served
on the grounds by the ladies.
G. W. Brant.
E. L. Martin, Committee.
Something to sell? Advertise it.
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VOL. 26, NO. 12(5

PLEASANT TIME AT
SPARR PICNIC

Lots of Oratory and Good Eats but
Not a Fight Nor a Footrace
All Day Long
The Sparr picnic given by the good
people of that community Wednesday
was not a big affair as numbers go,
but for a genuine good time and a
dinner that couldn't be surpassed
anywhere, it was a success. The rains
and continued threatening weather
kept away many who would other otherwise
wise otherwise have been on hand.
The arrangements were in charge
of Messrs. Allan Stephens and James
Thomas, both of whom made it his
sole business to see that every guest
had a good time. The former acted
as master of ceremonies during the
political speaking and the latter su supervised
pervised supervised the placing on the tables of
the hundreds of good things to eat,
assisted by the ladies.
The candidates "were allowed plenty
of time to deliver their addresses to
the audience) and were all given an
earnest hearing.
Mr. A. S. Wells candidate for rail railroad
road railroad commissioner, addressed those
present, and if applause counts for
anything he will get a big share of
the Sparr vote.
Following Mr. Wells' address, the
candidates for the legislature spoke
til! dinner time, except Messrs. Light
and Mayo, who arrived late and were
invited to speak later in the day.
After the candidates had their say,
a number of pupils from the inter intermediate
mediate intermediate department of the Sparr
school, of which Mr. Shealy, candi candidate
date candidate for county superintendent;' was
principal last term, were lined up in
front of the speaker's stand and sang
a song to the tune of "Yankee Doodle"
setting forth their approval of Mr.
Snealy for the office to which he
aspires. The children, who were in
charge of Mrs. George B. Pasteur,
assistant teacher, took off their parts
splendidly, and made the hit of the
day. :
People were present from the four
corners of the county and the center
of the county (Ocala) was especially
well represented.
After the regular program was
completed Senator Crosby took the
stand and made an appeal for the can
didates of his choice (as well as some
that were not his choice) for the
state offices.
Nothing new in the way of political
platforms was sprung on the people
by the candidates, but there were sev several
eral several new entries forthe title of cham champion
pion champion eater, viz: Jim Howell, Ed Mor Morgan
gan Morgan and Lee Futch, the latter a can candidate
didate candidate for county judge. The last
list is still open for candidates, and
unless there are other entries there
will probably be "no decision? as the
Sparr contest was declared a three three-cornered
cornered three-cornered tie.
Everyone present at the Sparr oic oic-nic
nic oic-nic came away with the best of feel feeling
ing feeling and the expressed intention of re returning
turning returning at the first intimation of an
invitation to do so.
AMERICAN WOOLEN
COMPANY INDICTED
' (Associated Press)
New York, May 27. President W.
M. Wood and the American Woolen
Company face arraignment before
Judge Hand tomorrow on indictments
charging profiteering.
SUMMY IS SORE
Charlotte, N. C, May 27. Dr. Geo.
S. Summy of New .Orleans gave notice
today to the faction opposed that he
would protest the close vote, last night
by which the Southern Presbyterian
general assembly decided to continue
affiliations with the interchurch
world movement.
GEORGE IS SAFE IN THE JUG
i Kaieign, May z. ueorge hods,
the alleged leader of the negroes who
killed two officers at Fayetteville,
surreendered to officers there and
was brought to the penitentiary here
for safe keeping.
COW PEAS; COW PEAS
Iron and Clay Peaa mixed $6.25;
WTiippoorwill $625; Whippoorwill
mixed $6; Red Ripper $625; Cream
Crowder $6.25 bu. These prices for
2t bu. sacks. Send orders at once to
James L. Dean, Orlando, Fla. 27-1 2t
JOINT DISCUSSION TONIGHT

The joint discussion between Mr.
W. J. Folks and Mr. L. S. Light will
take place at the bandstand on the
courthouse square this evening
at eight o'clock. It bids fair to be in interesting
teresting interesting and should be well attended.
Some new iced tea sets at THE
BOOK SHOP. 25-3t

ward. 27-12t

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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1920

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X-RAY OR O-RAY
v Editor Star:
titled "Hardee
Your editorial en en-and
and en-and Swearingen," is
most commendable and has the ring
of fair play. It is this that makes
the Star such a strong factor in Mar Marion
ion Marion county, and the state. If some
of .our great dailies and weeklies
would read this editorial and go and
do thou likewise the political prophets
might. have to revise their figures.
But just as long as newspapers
show injustice to some candidates by
covering them over with mud and at
the same time whitewash the other
candidates, although the public knows
that all live in glass houses, just that
- long will these papers be a nonentity
in political campaigns.
The. fact is that it's a sad com commentary
mentary commentary on our press, that any num-
Der oi voters in tnis staie lay tow
m i1 a a. 1 1
r until certain papers pick their win
ners and as soon as this is done these
voters almost fall over each other
nMttfinv -in tVio r Vi or- csirlo nlcn nt.VlPT
voters i have started out with a de-
' termination to support certain candi
dates, but on findiner some of the
press so manifestly unfair they
change their line-up.
A crusade among our papers advo advocating
cating advocating pitching our campaigns on
higher-planes, then being fair to nil
candidates, and basing argument on
facts would do more to purify the
- political atmosphere in this state
r thairany other one thing. When the
papers do this the electorate would
fall in line and then when a candidate
went to slinging mud, they would
write mud in box car letters across
his forehead and relegate him to the
rear ranks, and now Mr. Benjamin
you have started the ball rolling, let's
go further.
Did you in fact give Mr. Swearin Swearin-.
. Swearin-. gen a square deal in this particular
.article, You knock him over the head
for the condition of the Marianna
school and practically blame him for
the. entire trouble. Is this just, fair
and right? When there are seven
members of 'this board, and all with
equal, authority, when six of these
members had been on the board a lit
tie more than eight months preceding
him and four or a majority had been
on.. this board several years immed immediately
iately immediately preceding Mr. Swearingen, but
you single him out, the younges
member and only on the board a Ut
tie more than a year, when the condi
. .tion you refer to existed largely on
account ef the "flu," yet Mr. Swear
ingen alone must atone for this con
dition.
Now let's see again are you exactly
fair to him when you single him ou
- of all the other officials, county, state
- and nation who are aspiring for their
old places, or are trying for new ones
and actually call it scandalous in his
case, but seemingly 0. K. for the
others!.
.Let's be fair in fact as well as
theory. Respectfully,
X-Ray
Thanks for your compliment, Mr
X-Ray. We sadly admit the newspa
rper men of this country are not un
prejudiced, impeccable and immacu
late, but if you were to take the pa
pers out of their hands, we doubt that
they would be any better under the
management of any other class, com
mission or deputation of other men
We 'are acquainted with you, Mr. X
Ray, and consider you a good citizen
and kindhearted man, but when it
cornea to dealing with political oppon opponents
ents opponents you are not any fairer or squarer
than several editors we know.
As far as Mr. Swearingen is con con-'cerned,
'cerned, con-'cerned, you are Mr. Naught-Ray
rather than Mr. X-Ray. Mr. Swear-
. ingen- is -not the .only candidate we
have "knocked" over the head about
that-Marianna school. We began on
Park Trammell, and we have never
forgiven, him for the cold-blooded
manner in which he acted toward the
sehool after the burning to death cf
several of its inmates seven years
ago. But after we had seen the press
and people of the state subside in
-their indignation toward the governor
in a few weeks, and after the legis legislature
lature legislature had done nothing, we concluded
this one little paper could do nothing,

!
When Swearingen cane J

so we quit.
into office
knew of the condition of the school.
' we had hopes he would do something,
for we thought he Was a man of force
of character, and with a heart for the
oppressed, but he did nothing until
the revelations of Dr. Klock, followed
by the report of the legislative com committee
mittee committee aroused public sentiment. It
is true that the governor and all the
members of his cabinet were aware
of the condition, but none of them
had the power to act that the attor attorney
ney attorney general had. Also, the attorney
general is the only one of them that
is running for governor.
It is very true that Mr. Swearingen
is not the only official who is worK worK-inj:
inj: worK-inj: for re-election or election to a
higher office, but he and Gov. Catts
are the only ones in Florida who are
working for office by the year.
It is your privilege to defend Mr.
Swearingen, Mr. X-Ray, but you need
not expect to find him grateful. If
he is elected, your head will go in the
basket the first time he has the op op-poitunity
poitunity op-poitunity to swing the ax.
SWEARINGEN HAS NOT
GUARDED HIS FRIENDS
We have heard a good many men
in .the legal profession say that At
torney General Van Swearingen was
a very inferior lawyer, but not being
lawyer ourself we have withehld
udgment. He has able assistants in
his office, so he can stay out of there
most of the time. We note however
by the list of campaign expenditures
published in the Times-Union that he
has allowed some of his friends to
break the law in his favor.
Under the Trammell corrupt prac
tice law every candidate who contri
butes to the campaign fund of an
other candidate makes himself in
eligible to hold office, to have his
name printed on the ballot and is
iable to fine and imprisonment. At
torney General Swearingen has al-
owed several men who are candidates
to give money to his campaign and
thereby made themselves ineligible to
receive a primary nomination.
We have a list of these lawbreak
ers, who had no idea they were break
ing the law, but Swearingen should
ve told them. There are four on
Swearingen's list; there are four on
Catts' list. There are none on the
ists of Senator Fletcher, Congress-
man
Clark, Cary Hardee, Ernest
Amos, Allie Angle, J. C. Luning, R.
D. Knight Jr., Walter McLin, W. N.
Sheats, W. A. McRae, A. S. Wells,
Thos F. West, or almost any other
candidate except Swearingen and
Catts. There are two altogether on
the lists of-all other candidates, who
probably subscribed entirely because
they didn't know; but there is no
such excuse for Swearingen, and
shouldn't be any for Catts.
DEMOCRATIC DELEGATES
A few days ago, a friend of ours,
desiring to vote the straight demo
cratic ticket, asked us who were the
really, truly democrats among the
candidates who desire to represent
Florida at Frisco.
We really couldn't tell him. When
we became a democrat, which was
about the time we learned to read, a
democrat was just a democrat. The
tenets of his faith were to believe
this was a white man's country and
to always vote for the nominee. After
studying the various species that have
sprung up since that time, we have
decided the description of a democrat
which held good in 1872 is in work workable
able workable condition yet, and it's about the
only one we ever expect to put any
dependence in. Another pretty good
description was a man who drank hys
whisky and voted his ticket straight,
and since we can't get our whisky
straight any more, all the more rea reason
son reason for not voting our ticket crooked.
The trouble is that the democratic
party in Florida has had too much
prosperity, consequently instead of
being the homely but useful mule it
has devoluted into the gaudy-striped
but high-kicking zebra. We. still have
a good many plain democrats, but
there are also wet democrats who
want their booze, and dry democrats,
who don't want anybody else to have
any; he democrats who are for strict strictly
ly strictly male suffrage, and she democrats,
who want the women to vote 4n hope
of getting their votes and labor dem democrats
ocrats democrats who labor for less than they
earn (Swearingen has a cinch on their
votes), and social democrats who are
social only with those who agree with
them which is best, for they don't
wash any too often.
Florida will have twelve votes in
the national convention, four at large
and two from each congressional dis district,
trict, district, and tho' there is some doubt in
any of them getting there in time
hear more than amen, there is a
batch of candidates for the honor.
They are, we opine, all somewhatly
plutocrats, for each man pays his own
expenses, and it takes no small sum
to ferry a person over the American
continent, when we are making rip
the billions that McAdoo and Hines
threw at the birds. The only advice
on the subject that we can give to our
friend and any other friends who
need guidance is to tell them who we
arc going to vote for ourself. They
are:
State at large F. E. Harris, Ocala;
Frank Clark, Gainesville; T. J. Ap Ap-pleyard,
pleyard, Ap-pleyard, Tallahassee; A. W. Gilchrist,
Funta Gorda.
Second Congressional District
Robert E. Davis.. Gainesville; J. E.
Pennington, Wellborn.
This is as good a bunch as we knov
how to pick, and if you don't like our
brand, pour it back in the jug
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thing we are certain of is that they ;

made, and if they reach rrisco in
time they will do their best
ior tne
party.
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UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
WRITE The Truth Seeker Co., New
York, for sample copy of the Truth
Seeker, a free thought and agnosuc
publication. 23-2t
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your ordtrs to Smoak's Shop. Phone
?146. 2-m
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. Jf.
Hunter, 310, 312, 314 S. Main St. tf
WANTED Young man able to
handle small store room. Apply at
Harrington Hall hotel. 13-tf
WANTED Filing cabinet for letters.
Apply to L. A. Gabel, phone 499. 3t
FOR SALE Modern home of seven
rooms, pantry and bathroom. Gar Garage
age Garage for two cars. Pleasantly located
and price reasonable. Address
"Home," P. O. Box 149, Ocala, Fla.,
oi telephone 441. 22-tf
WANTED By married man of long
experience, position as clerk in
grocery, hardware or dry goods
store. Can furnish best of refers
erences. If interested, Address
"New Comer," care the Star, or
phone 233. 24-6t
FOR SALE Potato plants, genuine
Porto Rjcos immediate delivery;
$1.75 per thousand f. o. b. Ocala.
C. H. Cooner, 746 Wyomina St.,
Ocala, Fla. 24-6t
FOR RENT Seven room house, fur
nished; until October 1. Two blocks
from courthouse. Address, "R,"
care Star ofiice, or cal phone 544. 6t
FOR SALE At a bargain, two pure purebred
bred purebred Duroc sows; good producers;
double treated for cholera. G. A.
Flewellen & Son, Mcintosh, Fla. 3t
FOR RENT Six room cottage, f 11
modern conveniences; nice little
garden in back; $15 per month. Ap Apply
ply Apply to R. L. Carter, 211 Fifth St.,
or phone 52G. 25-6t
FOR SALE Ford touring car 1916;
A-l shape; bumper? ventilating
windshield. See Jesse Lanier at
Ocala Auto & Garage Co., for a
bargain. 25-3t
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Close in.
All modern conveniences. First
floor. Phone 145. 25-3t
FOR SALE 14 Ford in first class
condition; engine just overhauled.
Price $250. James Engesser, Dixie
Garage, West Broadway, phone
258. 826-6t
NEW FORD FOR SALE An almost
brand new "20" model Ford touring
car. Carroll Motors Company,
Ocala, Florida. 26-2t
"W" rrTfn a
r uk k.e,jni At reasonable summer
rates until October 1st, second floor
furnished apartment in St. Augus
tine; two bedrooms, reception hall,
dining room with kitchenette, use
of bath room on same floor; by the
month or summer. Address, St.
Augustine, care the Star. 26-6t
FOR SALE 20 acres pine timber and
10 acres hardwood; 14 -mile to R.
R. siding Chas. P. Haycraft, Box
43, Route B, Ocala, Fla. 27-3tdly
Silk Faille, 32-33 inches
wide. Old Rose, Navy,
Alice and White
98c
At Closing Out Sale.
B. GOLDMAN
Will. A. Tinsman
Contractor
Brick and Plastoring
Tile and Marble floor
a speciality.
212 Orange Ave, Phone 39.
HOTEL
JACKSrONViUI-FJA
Europ"Pk!v Complete Modem-Screened
outside roan? -$rean Itod L-up-k
cofwv?ct'toiv- Corweai tft toCverytKiiv-la
Iveaxt of City Sefd for Booklet
WlH0UW.Sf1ITH,PROP'R
Gratluatiou
card? at
THE BOOK i
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ATTENTION, R. A. MASONS

; Regular meeting Friday night. May
zstn.. work and refreshments. By
order of
H. S. Wesson. H. P.
CARD OF THANKS
eW wish to express our apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation for the kindness shown by our
friends during the recent illness and
death of our husband and father.
Mrs. J. G. Graham.
Mrs. J. P. Ambrose.
G. P. Graham.
Anthony, Florida, May 27.
Thursday at W. A. Stroud's, one
quart strawberries 25 cents, three
quarts 65 cents, six quarts for $1.25.
W. A. STROUD, phone 218. 26-lt
Ladies Silk Hosiery
Black, White, Mahogany
and SteeL
$1.75
At Closing Out Sale
B. GOLDMAN
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JL sure putt to a long, cold drink
K 66 Ward's Orange-Crush! Good?
You bet it is!
There are few golf clubs in. which
Orange-Crush and LemonCrush
are not the favorites at the "19th
hole," Quality, purity and flavor
have wont this tribute golfers
drink only the best.' There is sat satisfaction
isfaction satisfaction in knowing that all the- deli delicious
cious delicious flavor comes from -the delicate
fragrant oils, pressed from; thei fresh
, fruits, purest sugar, and, citric add
the natural acid of oranges, and lemons.

in bottles or at fountain

Prepared by
Orange-CrusbCoChlco
OCALACOCA-COLA
BOTTLING WORKS

HOSPITAL NURSE TELLS

HER CASE
No one is better qualified to judge
medicine than a nurse. To watch
the effect of medicine upon her pa
tients and to keep hourly reports if
these effects is a part of her train training.
ing. training. But, of course, a nurse's best op-
porunity to judge a medicine is its
effect upon herself. That is why the
case of Miss M. K. Owings, nurse, at
the Baptist Hospital, Columbia, S. C,
will be so interesting, for this highly
trained woman has now told how
Peplax.was recommended by a phy physician,,
sician,, physician,, how she took his new system
purifier and the relief she obtained.
The statement by Nurse Owings is
given in her own words.
"For two years I have suffered
from both indigestion and kidney
trouble," said Miss Owings. "I tried
different- medicines and did not get
relief. My back pained me so that
at times I feared that I. would have
to give up. Some days I could. not
eat at all without becoming sick. I
would have an acid taste in my mouth,
my eyes would be blurred and I would
be completely tired out. To correct

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this condition, a physician recom recommended
mended recommended that I try Peplax. This mvr
medicine has done me a world of good
and I would be glad to have others
try it. The roots, herbs, barks and
berries, the nature remedies that Pep Peplax
lax Peplax contains are splendid. I can
now eat anything I wish and my
stomach is not disturbed. My back
does not pain and I sleep well. My
tongue is clear and I no longer wake
with an acid taste in my mouth from
indigestion. It has done me a world
of good and seems to have acted on
my entire system."
Sold at
J. G. GREENE & COMPANY.
Anthony: Pasteur & Johnson.
Sparr: Thomas & Pasteur.
Reddick: Ferguson's Drug Store.
Belleview: J. A. Freeman & Son.
Weirsdale: R. D. Douglas. :Ad v.
We are specializing in Pearl Bead
Necklaces for a few days at prices
much lower than the market. No
more to be had at the prices offered.
THE BOOK SHOP. 25-3t
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GET THE
U-SERVE HABIT

AT THE
SELF-SERVE GROCERY

Business is PICKING UP
EVERY DAY at this store.
There's a reason. People are
learning more and more
every day the advantage in
dealing here. A constant
saving, every day, is worth
your attention. However
small a saving, its the house housewife's
wife's housewife's duty to make the ef
fort to save. Be
A LIVE WIRE SHOPPER
and get in touch with
UVE WIRE GROCERS

Here is a list of a few of
OUR REGULAR PRICES

Gold Medal Flour, 12-lb. d f(
bags, per bag P 1 UU
Gold Medal Flour, 24-lb. d0 fkf
bags, per bag j)
CLOVERBLOOM BUTTER no
per pound OOC
10c. packages Loose-Wiles Takhoma
Biscuit, Ginger Snaps. Animal
Crackers, Small Graham or Qi
Lunch Biscuit, per pkg.. OC
20c packages Graham Crackers, But--ter
Thins, Bran Biscuit, Vanilla
Wafers, Saltines, Zweibeck, Clover
, Leaf, Tan-San, Multi Jr., r
Perf ecto, per pkg IOC
No. 2 Tins Florida Pack or
.Canned TOMATOES, 2 for A-OC

Kingan's PURE LEAF
LARD, per pound

27c

Octagon Soap 10c. Cakes 8c.

1, 2, 3, 4 and 5c here and
there soon counts up. You
can't afford to pass it up.
Money is plentiful these days,
but no one has more than
they want. If you let these
prices and this opportunity
to save slip by you, you
might as well be throwing
YOUR CHANGE AT THE BIRDS.
U-SERVE GROCERY
Cash and Carry
Ccala House Block,on the Square

anM. 1 am attending tne op-

tometric association this

K week in the interest of

S!j your eyes, so that I can
4r.wv erive vo the benefit of

up-to-the-minute service and knowl knowledge.
edge. knowledge. DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

ILROAD SCHEDULES

-Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:15 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:35 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Manatee- 3:35 pm
St. Petersburg
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:25 pm Tampa-St Ptersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm JacksonvilleNYork 3:15 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 rm
3:18 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
'Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

Susquehanna Silk Poplin
36 inches wide
98c
At Closing Out Sale
B. GOLDMAN

OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any society items,
phone five-one.
Mr. N. A. Russells of Hastings, ia
is the city for a day or two on busi business
ness business with the Postal Telegraph office.
The price on the 18-room house to today
day today is $2110. 27-tf

Mrs. Hugh D. Halle and son, Mr.

Guy D. HQwlett are now occupying
their new home at 403 South Eighth
street.

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not price. If
Miss Bessie Whetstone and hr
cousin will return tomorrow from a

pleasant visit at Lake Weir, where

they have been guests of Mrs. J. G.
Spurlin.
Rexall Toilet Soap, 15 cents tne
cake, two for 16 cents, June 9th, 10th
and 11th, at Gerig's Drug Store, tf:
Dr. C. C. Wright of Waycross, Ga.,
is in the city for a few days' visit to
hi wife, before leaving for Chicago
and Davenport, la., to attend lectures
and purchase an X-Ray equipment for
his offices.

Danese Feed & Grocery Co., 636 W W-Forsyth
Forsyth W-Forsyth St., Jacksonville. -Larro Cow
Feed, Shorts, Beet Pulp, C. S. MeaL
Corn, Peacock Syrup, Rice, Grite, etc.
price list on request. 9th th-sat-tues..
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Thackerson and
family, who have been making.' their
home on East Second street in Mr.
B. F. Condon's cottage, are moving
today into one of Mr. Henry -Livingston's
cottages on South Sixth street.

We have been fortunate in securing
a few bead necks much' below market
prices and will give you the benefit of
same as lfng as the supply lasts. The
supply is limited. The BOOK SHOP.
Miss Inez Neville of. Dunnellon. but
very pleasantly remembered in this
city, is one of the Marion county
young ladies who will graduate in
heme economics from the Florida
Woman's College at Tallahassee next
week.

Syrup Hppophosphites Compound,
pint bottles, one dollar per bottle, two
bottles for $1.01 at Gerig's One Cent
Sale June 9th, 10th and 11th. tf,
Miss Mary Connor, who recently
returned to her home at Lake Weir
from New Smyrna, where she has
taught-music -the .past winter in the
high school, is a visitor in the city for
a few days, the gues of her sister,
Mrs. B. F. Condon.

The price on the 18-room house co
day is $2110. 27-tf
Mrs. Sylvan McElroy and handsome
young son are expected in the city to tomorrow"
morrow" tomorrow" afternoon f or a visits at the
home of Mrs. McElroy's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Dozier. Master Harry
Dozier, who has been visiting his
aunt and cousin for the past several
weeks, will accompany them home.
Gift books, memory, college days,
school days and others at THE
BOOK SHOP. 25-3t

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Livingston are
expecting three of their daughters -to
arrive in the city Saturday to spend
the summer vacation at home. They
are Miss Catherine Livingston.; jwho
teaches in the primary department of
the school at Kitchingsmills, S. C,
Miss Delia Livingston, who graduat graduated
ed graduated from the high school there this
year and Miss Henrietta Livingston,
who has been a student at Winthrope
College, Rock Hill, S. C. The many
friends of these young ladies are
looking forward with much pleasure
to their return home.

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, tf
The Ocala public library received
this morning 164 volumes from the
American Library Association. These
are books for everybody and are to
be let out with the books from ; the
library. The library board earnestly,
requests the citizens of Ocala to come
in and look them over. Among them
will be found books on agriculture,
fruit growing, live stock, poultry and
bees, construction of roads and pave pavements,
ments, pavements, soils, their preparation and
management, woodworking, pattern
making, etc., gas, gasoline and oil en engines,
gines, engines, flying men and their machines.
No fiction.

A CHINESE ENTERTAINMENT

The Junior Missionary Society will
give a Chinese entertainment tonight
at 8 o'clock at the Methodist church.
Everybody cordially invited to come
and enjoy this beautiful little play
by the juniors.

MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER

"Yesterday afternoon at the home of
Mra..-TE. Bridges on Sanchez street,
Mrs. W. H. Chambers and Mrs. G. E.
Morgan entertained most delightfully
at a miscellaneous shower compli complimenting
menting complimenting Miss Ellen Stripling, whose
marriage" to Mr. J. N. Bryan Jr. of
Tampa, on June 2nd, is the chief
event of interest just now.
The home of Mrs. Bridges, a pretty
garden, spot at all times with its
hanging baskets and pots of ferns
artistically arranged on the veranJa,
was further enhanced yesterday by
many large clusters of white oleand oleanders
ers oleanders tastily banked in appropriate
places on the front porch, making it
exceedingly cozy, and where the
guests .were entertained most of the
afternoon.
Mrs. Chambers, Mrs. Morgan and
the pretty young honoree. Miss Strip Stripling,
ling, Stripling, Informally received the guests
at .the front steps of the porch, after
which they. were invited to the punch
table,., where Mrs. E. L. Carney and
Mrs. T.'.'H. Johnson served refreshing
punch from a beautifully appointed
table, decorated profusely with aspar asparagus
agus asparagus fern and on two sides of the
table' the -initials of the bride and
groom-to-be, MB" and "S," were
cleverly, fashioned of white fluwers.
An arch made of asparagus fern v;lh
a cupid. hanging from the center com completed
pleted completed this pretty little nook.
"Shortly after the guests had all
arrived the hostesses distributed
cards to each one requesting them to
make a. guess who the next bride w?ll
be. "Upon reading the slips it was
overwhelmingly decided that Miss
Carolina Harriss would be the net
bride and to her was presented a box
of candy, but she most graceful ne ne-nied
nied ne-nied the accusation.
. -During-the afternoon Mrs. H. M.
Hampton and. Mrs. Leverett Futch
added much to the enjoyment of this
happy occasion with several appro appropriate
priate appropriate solos. At the opportune mo moment
ment moment a messenger arrived with a

(Successors to Gates Garage)
Agents for Chandler and Oldsmobite Cars
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 car, selling at the price.

12,225.00 Delivered! to Ocala

wagon full of packages for the hon honoree
oree honoree and this happy young lady found
she was the recipient of a miscellan miscellaneous
eous miscellaneous shower. She very joyfully Un Unwrapped
wrapped Unwrapped each gift -with many excla exclamations
mations exclamations of pelasure and appreciation
of the many lovely remembrances
which she and her fiance will find ex exceedingly
ceedingly exceedingly useful.
Assisted by Mrs. Bridges and sev several
eral several young ladies, Mrs. Morgan and
Mrs. Chambers served cake and pink
and white ice cream moulded in the
shape of a heart with a cupid and ar arrow
row arrow designed upon the top.
The invited guests and the honoree

i of this lovely party are under obliga

tions to the hostesses for one of the
incst pleasant occasions they have
enjoyed this season, and one of the
nicest of the beautiful parties that
i-Tiss Stripling has been complimented
with.
The young honoree was gowned
ytsterday is a white net drses over
white satin and with this she wore a
very becoming white georgette pic picture
ture picture hat and was the personification
of loveliness in the springtime.

J Dixie Highway Parage

JAMES ENGESSER, Proprietor
121 W. Broadway phone 258 Ocala, Florida

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Ford Repairs a Specialty
We Use Genuine Ford Parts in Our Ford Cars
Arco and Diamond Tires and Tobes

Gasoline, Oils and Grease

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BUT that trolley.
WAO ALMOST as packed.
AO IF they'd saueeied.
ALL THE candidates.
FOR PRESIDENT in.
WHENEVER THE car sway.
t CAT. on th lap.
OF A pudgy lad v.
MY DRAND new derby.
WAS, SUNK without a trace.
AND A ffarllc breath.
O LEW DOWN my 'neck.
AND MY foot went to sleep,
AND THE reit of me.
ENVIED MY foot.
AND I -was lore.
YC8, QOOD and sore.
'AND, THEN a chap.
WHO CAUGHT my eye.
CHEERED ME up.
WITH A Jolly grin,
AND SAID to me.
-
-NO GROUCHES Now."
AND HONEST I felt better.
IT WAS an ad.
OF A cigarette.
m
BUT I'LL say this
IF THE ad alono.
CANCHA8E a groucH.
THE CIGARETTE 8.
THEMSELVES MUST fid.
WHAT THE car card said.
-THEY 8ATI8FY."
I'LL SAY they do.

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IT WILL tickle yoa to find oat how good
Turkish and Domestic tobaccos tast
when blended in the cxcluaiTe Chesterfield
way. They do satisfy. And ycnU be pleated
to find out also that Chestarfieldstoipfiim
and fresh in their special, xaoistcra) -proof
package.

Beginning the first Monday in. July, j
I shall teach summer school for-eight :

weeks. Minnie Lee Carlisle. 28-3t

SEEDS!

Gift&' for graduates
THE BOOK SHOP.

Ninety day and old fashion velvet

now i?;i(iv at -beans, chufas. cow peas and sorghum

25-3tjseed. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf C

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Silver Pencils
Gold Pencils
Fountain Pens
Fountain Pens, Gold Mounted
Stationery
Toilet Sets
Manicure Sets
Candy
Cut Flowers

Flowers should be ordered 3 days- ahead

COURT PHARMACY
The Drug Store on the Square

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LATEST" LOCALS S'4 display windows." One window
typifies commencement and the other
Tr .--. u- i -Jciie weddings. Miss Perry has ex-
femperature this morning t.ns . . . , J

afternoon, 8. ihis late spell of ecu

weather is doing the farmers much AT T tr t j
, Mr. J. H. Bnnson received this
na.m. , r .

morning a oig dox oi xne nnest canay,

,t rr r u i c '.which he hoped was for him, but an
Mr. T. Gary has qualified f-r

. acc mpanymg lener iom nim it was

.w.i i i u-;n ;u the senior class of the high school

one.

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I It was a present to the class from

; Mis Lula C. Doke, who during her

Your Next Tire
Should be a
Brunswick
The name Brunswick
is a pledge of quality,
backed by a reputation
of 75 years for building
quality products a
reputation too valuable
to risk on any but the
best tires that money
and skill can produce.

Brunswick Tires are
made in Cord and Fabric
types plain, ribbed
and skid-not treads.
Buy one. Keep a rec record
ord record of its service. Judge
for yourself.
You'll soon Av: riding
on four Ei uncvicks.
Local Distributors
BLALGCK BROTHERS
VULCANIZING
Phone 178
Cor. Ocklawaha Ave. and Main

Ocala, Fla.

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Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is gaaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices
Everybody who passes the Book
Shop admires the manner in whi.h
Miss Sidney Perry has dressed the

Silk Georgette Crepe and
Crepe de Chene, 40
inches wide,
$1.75
At Closing Out Sale
B GOLDMAN

instructed the

young men and women who will grad graduate
uate graduate June 7. Miss Doke, after leav leaving
ing leaving here in 1917, went to Washington
and "did her bit" in one of the de departments
partments departments during the war. -After this
she entered Washington University
and will graduate May 31. Miss Doke
is a cultured and charming young
lady and her Ocala friends will never
forget her.

The manv friends of Mrs. C. W.
Ellin ger, nee Miss Irma Blake, will be

much interested to learn of the prom

ir:ence she has taken in musical affairs

since her residence at West Palm
Beach. In one of the largest and
quite noted musical study classes she

l was selected as a member of the com

mittee to prepare the 'year book for

next year, which is quite a compli
ment, one worthily bestowed, how

ever, as Mrs. Effinger is a musician of

rare ability.

Sec Me

For All Classes Oi

: Stone, Brick, Wood,

and Concrete
Building

j.

D. McCaskill

Contractor

Phone 446. 728 Wenona St.

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HOTEL ALBERT
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
Modern Throughout. Rates p
from $1.50 day. Childe H
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Many thousands o!
women suffering from
womanly trouble, have
been benefited by the use
of Cardui, the woman's
tonic, according to letters
we receive, similar to this
one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell,
ofHayne.N.C. "I could
not stand on my feet, and
Just suffered terribly,"
she says. "As my suf suffering
fering suffering was so great, and
he had tried other reme remedies,
dies, remedies, Dr. had us
get Cardui. I began
improving, and It cured
me. 1 know, and my
doctor knows, what Car Cardui
dui Cardui did for me, for my
nerves and health were
about gone."
TAKE

The Woman's Tonic

She writes furthers 1
am in splendid health .
can do my work. I feel I
owe it to Cardui, for I was
in dreadful condition."
If you are nervous, run rundown
down rundown and weak, or suffer
from headache, backache,
etc., every month, try
Cardui. Thousands of
women praise this medi medicine
cine medicine for the good it has
done them, and many
physicians who have used
Cardui successfully with
fhwr wninfii naf?fnt fnr

k XI -- r
rI years, endorse this medi medi-N.1
N.1 medi-N.1 cine. Think what it means

N j to be in splendid health,
i like Mrs. Spell. Give
yNj Cardui a trial.
Xj All Druggists

J72

Twenty titles of the latest books at

THE BOOK SHOP. 25-3t

After a few days' visit in Ocala,

Messrs. Chas. L. Fox and Bryan But

ler left this morning for Akron, Ohio,
accompanied by Mr. F. W. Ditto, who
will make the entire trip with them,
going via Atlanta, up through the

Carolinas and Virginia to Washing

ton, and from there to New York,

Erie, Pa., and Cleveland. Mr. Ditto
will extend his trip to Chicago and

Detroit, returning home through the

middle states. The round trip will he

made by auto.

New line of floor lamps at THE

BOOK SHOP. 3t

Miss Isabelle Davis arrived in the

cuy yesterday afternoon from Suther

land, where she has been a student at

Southern College. She was accoin

panied home by Miss Manon Hendry

of Perry, who will be her guest for
a few days. Miss Davis has been ap appointed
pointed appointed as a delegate from Southern

College to atend the Y. W. C. A. con

vention to be held at Blue Ridge, N.

C, during the latter part of June.

Misses Ethel Crosby of Citra and

Fieda Matilda Knight of Dunnellon

i'.ru-two other young ladies that Mar Marion
ion Marion county is very proud. They both
graduate from the Florida State Col College
lege College for Women on June 2nd. The

former in home economics and the

later with a B. S. degree.

Many new things just reecived at

The Star has unintentionally omit omitted
ted omitted to make reference to the fact

that Mr. J. W. Johnson wa3 a candi

date for city marshal. Mr. Johnson's
application was received by the coun council
cil council at its met ting of March 16, and
published in the minutes of the meet meeting
ing meeting a day or two later, but he prob prob-ablv
ablv prob-ablv overlooked it.

We are joining hands with the movement to re reduce
duce reduce the high cost of living. There's no hetter place
to start than on your Grocery Bills. A big reduction
will be made on our entire line of
STAPLE AND FANCY

G EOCE

UNTIL JUNE 1ST
I Space does not warrant us in naming over our entire
; list of goods. Below we are naming only a few to
J give you an idea of the reduced prices. . .

Pillsbury's Flour dQ 1 A White Bacon O A
24-lb sack W1U per pound 7. 3:C

Pillsbury's Flour. f Lard Compound
12-lb sack J)Xxvl per pound .

Cloverbloom Butter 70c.

Maxwell House Coffee
per pound
White House Coffee
per pound
Golden Rose Coffee
per pound
Pure .Roasted Coffee
(bulk) per pound .

55c
55c
40 c
34c

Large can Pie Peaches
per can
Large can Pie Apples
per can
Canned Corn, (No. 2)
per can
Canned Peas (No. 2)
per can

26c
25c
15c
15c

Old or New Irish Potatoes, Peck (15 lbs.) $1.15
8 Cents Per Pound

d0 CC Oatmeal
Pv?J packages for

'8-lb. Cottolene
per bucket

4.-lb. Cottolene fcl Qfl White Rose Asparagus
per bucket MliOl per can..

2-lb. Cottolene
per bucket

fZEZf Jfliy 8-ounce glass
per glass

25c
30c
15c

Onions 8 Cents Per Pound

Everything guaranteed in first-class condition.
We deliver to any part of the city free, and place no
limit on the amount you buy, as long as we have
them. Remember,
Prices arc Reduced on Our Entire Stock Until June 1st

The annual music recital of the
pupils of Miss Kate Gamsby will take
place at the Woman's Club tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow evening. Miss Gamsby's recitals
are always looked forward to with
pleasant anticipation by music lovers,
as the selections rendered are always
the best.

Rexall Toothache Stopper, fifteen
cents the bottle, two for 16 cents at
Gerig's One Cent Sale, June 9th. 10th
and 11th. tf

Mrs. J. L. Leitner is entertaining
her mother, Mrs. Anna Lindsay of
Dunnellon, who came up especially
to atend the graduating exercises, her
granddaughter, Miss Kathleen Leit Leitner
ner Leitner being one of the graduates.
Arguments wer begun in the Perry
Edwards appeal case before Judge W.
S. Bullock in the circuit court yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, but the case was postponed until
a later date on account of other more
important matters.

The General Education Board,
which Mr. J. H. Brinson represents,
with some help from the county, ex expects
pects expects to open, June 7, a normal school
for negro teachers, which will con continue
tinue continue eight weeks.
Cream puffs and chocolate eclairs
tooay. Carter's Bakery. 27-2t

Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Knowles. for formerly
merly formerly prominent residents of Floral
City, have arrived in Ocala to make
their future home, and are comfor comfortably
tably comfortably located with Mrs. J. W. Davis.
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear. Nose ami
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, FLv if.
SEEDS!
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf

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.

J. H. SPENCER

VV. R. PEDRICK

mm

A G E N C Y

We Make a Specialty of Parrs for the Buick and
the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same.

GOODYEAR AND U. S. TIRES AND TUBES

Exclusive Agents ler "VESTA" BATTERY, 18 Mo. Guarantee
An Up-to-Date Battery Service Station
We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
Expert Workmen, at all times, Assuring
Prompt and Efficient Service. .

GASOLINE, OILS AND GREASE.

OCALA GAS ENGINE WORKS
PHONE 271
Ocala - - Florida

THE WINDSOR HOTEL
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service
second to nom

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KA VANAUGH
Proprietor.



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