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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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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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Weather Forecast: Fair tonight
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north winds.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 28. 1920.
VOL. 2G, NO. 127

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GAR! HAKDEE ILL

A LEVEL-HEADED AND CONSERVATIVE BUSINESS MAN BADLY
NEEDED BY THE STATE IN THE GOVER GOVERNOR'S
NOR'S GOVERNOR'S OFFICE

Marion L. i?3wson. representative
from Hernando county, has given to
the press the following expression of
his views of "the guebrnatorial con-te.-
t:
"1 served with Mr. Hardee in the
101.') and 1017 sessions of the legisla legislature,
ture, legislature, over both of which he presided
as speaker. I do not know of my
pul lie position where the 'acid test of
real manhood and leadership and
statesmanship is so thoroughly ap applied
plied applied as it is in the position of speak speaker
er speaker of the house -of representatives.
He who can pass through that trying
ordeal for two terms, and be at the
end of the second term stronger in
the esteem and regard of his associ associates
ates associates than he was at the end of the
first term, must indeed possess quali qualities
ties qualities of heart and brain of the high high-es;
es; high-es; order.
Serious Questions Asked
"As I view the situation, it is es essential
sential essential to the safety of our institu institutions
tions institutions and to the welfare of our peo people
ple people that the next governor of Flor Florida
ida Florida shall xossess these qualities. Some
one has truly said that we now stand
in the dawn of a new era. No eye
can penetrate the future and see what
CARY.A. HARDEE
grave social, economical and political
pioblems the next governor of the
state of Florida will be called upon
to face and solve, but every thought thoughtful
ful thoughtful student of public affairs an fore forecast
cast forecast coming events with sufficient ac accuracy
curacy accuracy to know that very vital ques questions
tions questions of state and national impor importance
tance importance are impending which must be
bravely met and wisely handled.
"Florida is a great state and ?he
deserves to have a great man for
governor, one who will reflect credit
on the state. I believe that we should
select a man of whom every citizen
of the state can be justly proud, a
man who possesses the personality,
the intellect, and the experience, which
will enable him to take a leading
part and protect Florida's interests
in any convention of governors that
may convene at any time to consider
interstate problems, as they will be
frequently called upon to do during
the next four years.
Weary of "Ring Politics"
"I am going to support Mr. Hardee
because I am weary of 'ring politics
because I am tired of seeing the in interests
terests interests of the state unscrupulously
juggled to advance the selfish ambi ambition
tion ambition of some chronic conscienceless
office-seeker. I believe that a public
office is a public trust and not a com commodity
modity commodity of trade and barter, with which
the professional politician may pay
his political debts. I earnestly wish
to have some small part in hastening
the coming of the day when a candi candidate
date candidate for office will be measured by his
qualities of statesmanship and not by
skili in playing upon the prejudices
and the passionsof the people for the
purpose of gaining votes. I believe
that the home is the dearest and most
sacred spot that God ever created. I
believe that wisely and justly admin administered
istered administered laws and well regulated social
older are just as essential to the ex existence
istence existence of civilization as air and food
and water are essential to a human
life, and every thoughtful student
knows that bolshevism has declared
that it will destroy the home, that it
intends to rend asunder every family
tie and place a high premium on so social
cial social immorality. The disciples of this
doctrine have no respect for the chas chastity
tity chastity of woman, or the honor of man.
I kn6w that if Mr. Hardee is elected
he will oppose with great zeal and
courage this deadly menace to all that
we hold dear. He is most ideally
equipped, mentally and morally, to
lead the forces of law and order
against those whose sole and express
purpose is to destroy law and order.
Ilia naturally brilliant intellect has
been trained and cultivated by study

RESTORE CONFIDENCE

and experience and reflection. His
high moral and physical courage
which he inherited from a- long line of
farming ancestors has been tried and
strengthened by contact with the
world and intimate association with
all classes of people.
Opponent of Legal Authority
"Bolshevism, as we know, comes to
Florida is the guise of the so-called
I. W. W. These are the ones who
openly denounce all constitutional au authority;
thority; authority; they are in open rebellion
against all forms of law and order.
They profess no religion; they ac acknowledge
knowledge acknowledge no God, and proclaim that
it is their purpose to blot the stars
and stripes from our flag with rid
paint. Their lodges. and secret con conclaves
claves conclaves are organized in every citf and
town in the country. Their spies are
already industriously sowing the seeds
of discord in all industrial classes.
They are secretly organizing in every
rural district. ; They are setting the
employer against the employes and
if they succeed in accomplishing their
openly avowed purpose, will utterly
destroy every agricultural activity,
our fertile fields will lie fallow, cur
groves will no longer be cultivated,
our fruit will rot on the trees, our
blooded live stock will degenerate into
wild cattle. Every farmer, will be
ruined and the wheels of every mill
and factory will cease to turn, and
went, grim and gaunt, will sit at
every fireside.
Time to Elect Strong Governor
"It is a well known fact that this
bolshevistic propaganda has already 4
sent negro emissaries from the north
into Florida to try to convert our
erstwhile happy and contented color colored
ed colored people to their anarchistic beliefs;
this sinister activity has already
borne bitter fruit. It is indeed, time
for us to elect a governor who is "the
very incarnation of safe conserva conservatism,
tism, conservatism, a man of cool, clear judgment,
of far-seeing statesmanship, trained
intellect, and unfaltering moral and
physical courage, and we are fortu fortunate
nate fortunate indeed in having such a man
who is ready and willing to serve in
that capacity. 1
"Mr. Hardee has the four funda fundamental
mental fundamental characteristics upon which
have been built the highest type of;
American manhood, namely: He has
intelligence to immediately determine
correctly the right of any proposition
and the moral courage to decide in
favor of the right, and having so de decided
cided decided he has the tenacity of purpose
to stick to the right without fear or
faltering, and the physical courage
to come out boldly into the open and
say where he stands.
"I believe that all political factions
in the state should hasten to bury
their differences and unite with all
the business interests and all the up uplift
lift uplift interests to make his election
practically unanimous."
A CHALLENGE
Rev. S. S. Offut, assistant Boy
Scout master, has organized a base baseball
ball baseball team, composed of Boy Scouts,
and judging from the following chal challenge
lenge challenge he has unlimited confidence in
their ability as ball players.
The "Boy Scout Star Ball Team"
proposes to play a team composed of
the merchants and clerks of Ocala,
Thursday, June 3rd, at 4 p. m., in
Hunter Park.
Messrs. H. A. Waterman, Frank
Harris Jr. and Jack C. Kassell are
the gentlemen who are organizing the
team that will go down in defeat at
the hands of the "Boy Scout Stars,"
and in the presence of all sport living
people of Ocala on the above mention mentioned
ed mentioned date.
These three gentlemen do not real realize
ize realize the humiliation that is -in store
for their team, if they accept this
challenge, but they will be the respon responsible
sible responsible parties and will need the sym sympathy
pathy sympathy of all tender-hearted ball fans
of Ocala, as they will get none from
the "Scout Stars." It is not our bus business
iness business to bestow sympathy upon
broken-hearted ball players, but we
will glory in their humiliation.
The only restriction we name in the
agreement is that the merchants and
clerks team do not use professionals,
or any player from the high school
team.
If you will accept this challenge,
please notify us through the Ocala
Star Saturday.
We urgently request three .owners
of automobiles to decorate their cars,
attend the game and give the victors
a free ride about the public square.
Admission to game free.
Harold Smith, Captain.
S. S. Offutt, Manager.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell i guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices- W

THE HOUSE STOOD

BY
Attempt to Override His Veto of the
Dishonorable Peace Resolu Resolution
tion Resolution Failed
( Associated Press)
Washington, May 28. The effort to
override President Wilson's veto of
the peace resolution failed in the
House today.
PUSHING THE BONUS BILL
Washington, May 28. House sup supporters
porters supporters of soldier relief legislation
today planned to block all measures,
thereby hoping to expedite considera consideration
tion consideration of the bonus bill. Proponents of
soldier relief legislation launched a
filibuster in the House.
IT HAD BETTER VIEW CONDI
TIONS IN AMERICA
The House foreign affairs commit committee
tee committee reported the resolution "viewing
with grave concern" conditions in Ire Ireland
land Ireland and expressing sympathy with
the Irish people.
WOULD THIRST BE A GOOD
CAUSE?
In an effort to defeat "indiscrimi "indiscriminate
nate "indiscriminate sale" of liquor on physicians'
prescriptions, Commissioner Williams
of the internal revenue bureau, today
issued a rule limiting the number of
permits allowed each physician to 100
each three months, except with "good
cause."
McCLEAN ISN'T MANAGER
Angus W. McClean, of North Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, a director of the War Finance
Corporation, denied before the Senate
investigating committee today that he
was "a sort of southern manager"
for McAdoo's campaign. He declared
he told McAdoo "there was an over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming sentiment in my state for
him."
FAVORABLE REPORT ORDERED
The Senate agricultural committee
today ordered a favorable report on
the McNary bill providing for an ex export
port export embargo on sugar by a vote of
six to three.
STRIKERS AT BRISTOL
ATTACK WOMEN
f Associated Press)
Bristol, R. I., May 28 The military
was ordered out by the governor after
strike sympathizers attacked women
clevks at the rubber company plant.
The town was declared in a state of
Two strike sympathizers were
wounded during a riot outside the
rubber company's plant.
GARY STANDS UP
FOR HIS GROUP
(Associated Press)
New York, May 28 Elbert H. Gary
declared today that the capitalistic
have heretofore been backward in
proclaiming their rights and insisting
upon proper consideration.
MAKE THAT UP ON
TEN SUITS OF CLOTHES
(Associated Press)
Syracuse, N. Y., May 28. Weeds,
Inc., clothiers, were found guilty in
federal court here today, charged
with profiteering and fined $31,000.
HERRINGTON WON'T APPEAL
(Associated Press)
Macon, Ga., May 28. R. E. Her Her-rington,
rington, Her-rington, convicted of murdering his
wife, will not appeal from the sen sentence
tence sentence of life imprisonment, his attor attorney
ney attorney said.
LEVEE WILL NOT
LEAK MUCH LONGER
(Associated Press)
New Orleans, May 28. Federal and
state engineers today expressed the
belief that the break in the Mississip Mississippi
pi Mississippi levee will be repaired by Saturday.
ALL RAILROAD CLERKS
ARE SKIPPING OUT
(Associated Press)
Atlanta, May 28. While officials
of the Central of Georgia railroad
and the striking clerks are conferring
at Macon, more than 1000 clerks of
other roads went out in sympathy,
according to estimates of union lead leaders.
ers. leaders. I am attending the op-
- C- t ...
tometric association tms
. week in the interest of
.w-x give yo" the benefit of
up-to-the-minute service and knowl
edge.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

WILSON

T
fl
Expressed by the War-Tried Women
of France in a Memorial Message
Sent Thru their Ambassador
(Associated Press)
Paris, May 28. A sisterly affec affec-tio
tio affec-tio nand the deepest sympathy for the
women of America whose loved ones
fell in France during the war were
expressed in a message received by
the Paris memorial day committee
from the Society of Homes, comnos comnos-ed
ed comnos-ed of French women who know the
horrors and heartaches of war.
MEMORIAL WREATH FOR THE
DOUGHBOY
Paris, May 28. President Wilson
ha& orderd a memorial day wreath
placed on the statue, "The American
Doughboy," in Suresness cemetery
and Ambassador Wallace will place
it Sunday.
CITY MAY ENJOY
BAND CONCERTS
A Board of Trade Committee Has
Been Appointed to Make
Arrangements
Events of conflicting interest, a po political
litical political debate and the Thursday half half-holiday,
holiday, half-holiday, among them, cut into the at attendance
tendance attendance at the meeting of the Board
of Trade last night, and the lack of
a quorum prevented consideration of
the several important things which
had been scheduled. In order that no
time may be lost, however, in taking
up at least one of the things propos proposed
ed proposed for consideration. President Duval,
at the request of the secretary, has
appointed a committee to arrange for
a i.eries of band concerts during the
summer months. Last night's meet meeting
ing meeting of the Board of Trade was the
lasf to be held this month, and it is
hoped that the band concerts can he he-gin
gin he-gin the first week in June.
Whethrv or not band concerts will
be given during- the summer depends
upon whether they can be financed.
It is not believed that there will be
any great difficulty as music has a
wide appeal, and there has been for
some time a desire for band concerts.
For some time there has been no band
organized in Ocala, anw now that a
band has been formed it is believed
that the people of the city will give
it the suDDort that it deserves.
ST. AUGUSTINE'S SYMPATHY
WITH GEORGIA STRIKERS
(Associated Press)
St. Augustine, May 28. The clerks
in the general offices of the Florida
East Coast railroad here walked out
today in sympathy with the strike of
clerks of the Central of Georgia.
TRYING TO BE A TAILOR
(Associated Press)
London, May 28. Former Emperor
William of Germany is now trying his
hand as a tailor, according to a Cen Central
tral Central News dispatch from Amsterdam.
The dispatch quotes a trade paper as
saying he is "excellent at the job."
OUR BETS ARE ON ALLEN
(Associated Press)
New York, May 28. Demands for
seats far exceeded the capacity of the
hall where Governor Allen of Kansas
and Samuel Gompers, president of
the American Federation of Labor,
will debate tonight on the merits of
the industrial court law.
RUSS AND JAP HAVE
ENDED THEIR RUCUS
CAssoclated Press)
London, May 28. Hostilities be
tween Russians and Japanese in Si
beria ceased May 25th, according to
a Reuter dispatch from Vladivostok.
GETTING AFTER GEARY
(Associated Pr-ss)
Chicago, May 28. The police are
seeking Eugene Geary, an alleged
gunman and labor slugger, for shoot
ing a saloonkeeper by the name of
Reckas.
Ladies' Silk Hosiery
Black, White, Mahogany
and Steel.
$1.75
At Closing Out Sale
B. GOLDMAN

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HY EOR THE R

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SISTERS

ALUMNI REUNION TO

BRIGADIER GENERAL A. H. BLANDING AND OTHER PROMINENT
MEMBERS TO BE PRESENT AT THE
MEETING

Gainesville, May 28. The Univer
sity of Florida alumni are to hold the
biggest reunion yet, at Gainesville,
Monday, May 31st. Brigadier General
A. H. Blanding, W. W. Flournoy and
other noted graduates are to talk at
the alumni luncheon in the university
commons at 2 p. m.
Prior to 1905, the five colleges that
form the present University of Flor Florida
ida Florida were scattered over the state. The
teachers' college was at DeFuniak
Springs, the agricultural college at
Lake City, etc. Under the Buckman
bill these five little colleges were
merged into one big university, fhe
J University of Florida. The alumni of
the old institutions, so far as they
could be located, were given diplomas
by the U. of F. (a number of such di diplomas
plomas diplomas will be given this year). All
graduates of those old schools are
considered alumni of the university
and are entitled to diplomas if they
have not already received them.
It is now fifteen years since the
University of Florida was reorganiz reorganized.
ed. reorganized. This year a very special effort
has been made to bring the older
alumni back. They are coming and
in force; coming to see the progress
the school has made and to help the
youngsters in the alumni association
plan "a greater Florida."
General Blanding is a graduate of
the East Florida Seminary and is one
of the most honored of the University
of Florida alumni. He saw some of
the fierce fighting in France and was
cited "For courageous and determin
ed qualities of leadership frequently
demonstrated in the battles and cn cn-gagemnts
gagemnts cn-gagemnts of this division (Hq Div.
S. O. 33) in France and Belgium."
W. W. Flournoy (F. A. C. 1896) is
another alumnus of note who will
talk. Mr. Eloumoy, an ex-state sen senator,
ator, senator, is now a member of the board
of control. He is one of the most able
jurists in the state and a splendid
speaker. Ther are other headliners
coming back also, every one full of
"pep." The older alumni are going
to show the youngsters what "pep"
is and they will furnish the balance
wheel of experience during the big
plans that are to be laid to help the
university.
Are the younger alumni coming?
Sure they are! They always come,
but more are coming this year than
ever before, for this is to be "Flor "Florida's"
ida's" "Florida's" biggest alumni pow wow.
LEGION COMMANDER
TO VISIT REUNION
Tampa, May 28. Franklin D'Olier,
national commander of the American
Legion, has been invited to attend the
first annual reunion of the American
Legion, department of Florida, here
June 21-22, according to S. L. Lowry
Jr., state adjutant. He says Mr.
D'Olier has promised to be in Tampa
for the meeting, providing he can ar arrange
range arrange his itinerary so that he can at attend
tend attend the state convention of the legion
in Pennsylvania. If Mr. D'Olier is
unable to be here he will send one cf
the national officers of the legion in
his place.
The presence of the national com commander
mander commander will be a big attraction for
the Florida state reunion. He 13 a
brilliant speaker and is considered one
of the biggest and most influential
men in the country today. He is an
untiring worker for the ex-soldier
and has done much toward the better bettering
ing bettering of his condition.
ATTEMPT TO PROVE
MULLEN INSANE
(Associated Press)
Selma, Ala.. May 28. Attorneys
for Andrew Mullen, being tried for
the murder of Carlton Ward, con continued
tinued continued their effort to prove Mullen
was insane at the time of the tragedy.
ELECTRA
Electra, May 27. Rev. Gorbitt
preached two fine sermons at the
Baptist church Sunday and every everybody
body everybody was glad to hear him.
Mr. Thomas Marsh is sick and his
friends hope he will soon be out again.
Mr. Clyde Collins, who is visiting
friends here, will shortly go to Ohio
to take a position there.
Mr. J. C. Pillans has returned home
from -a visit to relatives and friends.
Mr. Andrew Halton and Mr. Clyde
Collins spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. George Brant Jr.
Mr. W. H. Berry spent Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mock
There will be a basket picnic 2t
Electra school house May 29th. Eve
rybody come and bring well filled bas
kets. There will be ice cream and
cold drinks ofr sale. The candidates
are invited.
Master Harry Lightfoot spent Sat
urday with Charles Mock.

BE THE BIGGEST EVER

PUBLIC NEVER DOES
KNOW ANYTHING
If It Did It Would Shoot Profiteers
and Strikers Alike
( Associated Press)
Chicago, May 28. Representatives,
of the public on the arbitration boards
do not know enough about labor prob problems
lems problems to be fair, President Sheppard
of the railway conductors told the
City Club at luncheon today.
AUCTION PARTY
Miss Ellen Stripling was again
beautifully complimented yesterday
afternoon at one of the most enjoy enjoyable
able enjoyable auction parties given in the city
for some time, the hostesses being
two of her earliest chums, Misses
Meme Davis and Calie Gissendaner.
This lovely affair was given at the
home of Miss Davis and the house
was made usually attractive in its
simple but handsome decorations, fn
the reception hall where the four
tables were placed for the players
the surroundings were exceedingly at
tractive and alluring with quantities
'of asparagus fern, while vases of
bright nasturtiums cast a cheery ex expression
pression expression throughout the room.
The young hostesses, both charm charmingly
ingly charmingly gowned in afternoon frocks, in informally
formally informally greeted their guests at the
front door, introducing the bride-to-be.
who never looked lovelier. She
was attired in a chic midnight blue
taffeta, with a delicate touch ,of
cerese artistically displayed and with
this she Wore a very becoming tailor tailored
ed tailored hat having the same effects of her
dress.
After two happy hours at auction,
Misses Davis and Gissendaner, assist assisted
ed assisted by their sisters, Mises Elizabeth
Davis and Lucile Gissendaner, and
Miss Ethel Horne, served a most ap appetising
petising appetising course of jelled fruit salad,
crackers and spiced peaches, candy
and ice tea.
Miss Stripling was further honored
at this party with a beautiful gift, a
hand-pained ice bowl, as a remem remembrance
brance remembrance of this prety courtesy, grace gracefully
fully gracefully presented to her by her hos hostesses.
tesses. hostesses. Two other fortunate ones at
this party securing prizes were
Misses Alice Bullock and Louise
Spencer. To the former for making
the highest score was presented a
handsome glass boudoir bottle and
to the latter fell an adorable kewpie
as a consolation trophy. A few spec
ial friends of the honoree were the
invited guests on this occasion.
Misse Gissendaner and Davis were
extremely admired for their marked
ability and cleverness displayed at
this party, which was one of the
many pretty compliments tendered to
Miss Stripling.
COMBINATION CONSIDERED
Cleveland, May 28. Combination
or co-operation during the political
presidential campaign is being con considered
sidered considered at a meeting of officers of the
national labor party and the commit
tee of forty-eight here.
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OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1920

OCALA EVEMiKG STAR

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before. We don't see any sensible
reason why a candidate shouldn't con contribute
tribute contribute to the fund of another candi candidate
date candidate if he wants to. But it is indeed
a grave reflection on Swearingen's
lefral ability that such a thing should
be done without his knowing and
warning about it. At any rate, oat oat-side
side oat-side newspaper criticism, if Swearin Swearingen
gen Swearingen is elected we'll bet none of those
who i.iade the "mistake" will be punished.

A LETTER FROM MR. FOLKS

THE FOLKS-LIGHT DEBATE

If every public speaker had a voice
like Uncle Billy Folks, us and our
particular friend, Barber Blesch,
would obtain much satisfaction from
oratory.
-
The St. Petersburg Independent
complains of the bad grammar used
by Swearingen in his speeches. Don't
it know Van ain't studied nothin' 'but
politics?
Tampa Tribune seems to think all
free range men will vote for Catts
and Swearingen. We know a good
many who are going to vote for Flet Fletcher
cher Fletcher and Hardee.

An effort has been made to start
a series of band concerts in this city
for the four summer months ahead.
We hope it will succeed. The band is
a good band and the town can obtain
more pleasure from it than from any
other source.

We are informed that Catts says
Ocala gave him the best hearing of
any town in the state. Perhaps it
did We are informed that when he
went to Anthony the people there
were as quiet as a graveyard. They
all packed their baskets and went to
a lake on a picnic before he arrived.
Picked up a copy of Lakeland Star
the other day and read in it a fierce
attack on the Tampa Tribune by
Swearingen in one of his speeches.
Supposed Bloom wrote it, but found
it credited to the Tribune. McWhorter,
the man who Swearingen abused the
most, wrote it himself. Not many ca capers
pers capers will do anything like that.
We regret to say that Mr. J. W.
Colbert of Sparr, father of Mr. W. L.
Colbert of this city, continues very
ill, and seems to be steadily sinking.
Mr W. L. Colbert, after attending to
his day's business here, generally
goes out to Sparr to help nurse his
father during the night. This is the
reason for Mr. Colbert's absence
from all meetings of the county can candidates.
didates. candidates. He hopes that his inability
to meet the voters will not cause them
to forget him on election day.

If anybody missed the crowd last
night, they could have found it
around the bandstand, listening to
the. Folks-Light debate, which was
more fun than Coburn's minstrels.
Col. Bob Rogers presided over the
debate and Mr. W. W. Stripling was
timekeeper. With them on the stand
were Mr. Dan Barco and a Star re reporter,
porter, reporter, and after awhile Mr. N. A.
Fort climbed over the rail and joined
the group. There was a good-sized
crowd out not so many as to hear
Catts Monday, night, but everybody
went home feeling pleasant.
Mr. Rogers called the crowd to
order a formality, as it was orderly

anyhow and explained the rules.
Mr. Light was to open the debate,
Mr. Folks was to reply and then Mr.
Light was to have ten minutes to
close.
Mr. Light came to the footlights,
locking as smart and trim as a steel
trap, and began at once. He did fast
work, did Light; made a noise like a
Burroughs adding machine, and fired
volley after volley of "fax and Ag Aggers"
gers" Aggers" at the crowd and Mr. Folks.
The crowd, like every other American
crowd, was not interested in statis statistics,
tics, statistics, so Light's speech met with an
indifference it did not deserve, and
he sat down with slight applause.
While he spoke, Uncle Billy milked
his venerable whiskers and waited his
turn.
When Uncle Billy came to the bat,
he soon got the crowd to going. It
was in a good humor with him from
the start, and he kept it that way. He
told all about the two groups how
Light got first in one and then in the
other, and other incidents which
brought many laughs, but were not
much argument. He gave his
legislative record, or the salient parts
of it, and told the story in such a way
that old fax and riggers seemed like
a rather small figger.
But he didn't answer any of Light's
questions.
In regard to whether he would
vote for Fletcher, he told the crowd
that that was his business. The crowd,
however, didn't seem to mind being

snubbed.
All the same, the Star has a hunch
that Uncle Billy will vote for Flet Fletcher.
cher. Fletcher. He hasn't told it so, but it
has a hunch, and whenever it has a
hunch it is willing to bet on it.
There was one thing Uncle Billy
wasn't disposed to be secretive about,
and that was woman suffrage. He

openly and unequivocally declared

himself against it, and quoted Scrip Scripture
ture Scripture to sustain himself. Uncle Billy
is as hefty with the Bible as Light is

with the arithmetic.

Mr. Light finished the debate with
ten minutes of concentrated argu argument,
ment, argument, at the end of which he declared
himself a voter for Fletcher and Har Hardee.
dee. Hardee. This brought a cheer, the mo3t
generous applause he received.
The fight over, the two principals
shook hands, and everybody made for
home, well satisfied with the fun.
JOE EARMAN'S BOY

The discovery that several of
Swearingen and Catts' friends., who
were also candidates, had contributed
to the campaign funds of those gen gentlemen
tlemen gentlemen has of course brought a show shower
er shower of criticism on Swearingen. We
don't think much of the Trammell
corrupt practices act. So far as we
can see, politics in this state has been
more corrupt since it was passed than

fi

Buy Your
WESTERN MEAST
of all kinds
FLORIDA BFEF, PORK,
POULTRY, ETC.,
from

New York Market
W. Broadway
Phone 110 (

Juliette, Fla., May 25, 1920.
Editor Star: Replying to your
article, "Uncle Billy Voted for It," I
wish to say it is pure democratic
principle to give the people over the
state a chance to be heard from on
such a great question as national and
state highways. I favor good roads
and they can not be built without
bonds, and the only difference between
you and me, Mr. Editor, is that you
favored county bonds to meet state
obligations, and it being a state meas measure
ure measure I was in favor of state bonds to
meet state measures. Now, Mr. Edi Editor,
tor, Editor, you so vigorously worked for
countv bonds to meet state obliga obligations
tions obligations and did advocate $1,500,000

county bonds which failed, and then
advocated a $500,000 bond issue which
was adopted. I voted to put this be before
fore before the people before Marion county
bonds were adopted. Now, if the
county bonds had been turned down,
and it was good roads you really
wanted, you no doubt would have

been pleased with the opportunity of
appealing to the people of the state
for the adoption of the amendment to
the constitution, though you take

the privilege of censuring my vote
for giving you and the people this
opportunity to appeal to a last resort
for good roads.
You seemed to say that I coincided
with the automobile association. All
good roads are an asset to automo automobile
bile automobile associations, and it makes no dif difference
ference difference to them whether they are
built by state or county bond issues.
And as it is now, it's like the
spider said to the fly, we have the
prettiest bonds you ever did spy, and
it's a very easy thing for us to pick
the diamond out of the ring. If this
had been left to state officials yet,
we might not have had the privilege
to do any such thing.
You referred to the automobile as association,
sociation, association, railroads and other trusts
we used to hear of "befo' de wan"
were rank amateurs. That they could
bore a hole in a poker chip and in induce
duce induce an ordinary man to look through
it at a dime and he will think said
dime is a twenty-dollar goldpiece.
But the hole you are trying to drill
into my campaign through your pare-
when the ordinary man tries to
peep through it will not make' the
Star look like the New York Herald.
It is 'a well known fact that your
paper opposed the amendment to the
constitution in 1918 to authorize the
board of public instruction to levy if
needed a ten-mill tax to sustain the
school system of the county. And
now you refer to some of those
"stingy" counties that do not want
to' issue bonds for good roads, but
some of these counties are enjoying
the best teachers and schools to edu educate
cate educate their children, which I consider
to be the greatest asset to our na nation.
tion. nation. At the beginning of our last term
of school our schools lacked 50 white
teachers to supply her needs, and you
opposed this measure.
I am first for education and second
for hard roads and equal rights to all
men. Yours truly,
W. J. Folks.
F. L. FIDDIE

Ocala Aotto amwl iGarage Company
(Successors to Gates Garage)
Agents for Chandler and Oldsmobile 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.
2,225.00 PeliwFedl M Ocala

PICKETT'S PLATFORM

' Says the Jacksonville Metropolis:
"After winning three gold medals at
the various meets of the year. Mr.
Joe Earman Jr., who attends Wood Wood-beiry
beiry Wood-beiry Forrest school, has now been
awarded a large loving cup and pro pronounced
nounced pronounced the best track athlete in Vir Virginia.
ginia. Virginia. Mr. Earman is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. LEarman of Palm Beach,
and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Farwell of this city. He has many
friends here who will be delighted to
learn of the honor conferred upon
him."

MONTHLY MEETING OF THE
AMERICAN LEGION POST

Silk Faille, 32-33 inches
wide. Old Rose, Navy,
Alice and -White
98c
At Closing Out Sale
B. GOLDMAN

The regular monthly meeting of
Marion County Post No. 1 of the Am American
erican American Legion will be held Thursday
night, June 3, at 8 o'clock in the
Board of Trade room, Ocala. At tnis
meeting delegates and alternates to
the annual convention of the legion
will be elected. The post is allowed
three delegates and three alternates.
The annual convention is to be held
in Tampa, June 21-22, and an effort is
being made to have a reunion of the
ex-service men of the state. An Announcement
nouncement Announcement has been made from
Tampa that at least 10,000 men are
expected to be in the city during the
two days.
A communication from national
headquarters has been received ask asking
ing asking the Marion county post to make
a slight change in its name before
being, granted a permanent charter.
The post now has a membership of
t

PEAS, PEAS, PEAS

Whippoorwill $6.25 bu.; Whippoor Whippoor-will
will 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. Dean, Orlando, Fla. These

prices for 2 bushel sacks and up
ward. 27-12t

The death of Mr. J. L. Fiddie at
Fort McCoy has cast a wave of sad sadness
ness sadness over that entire community.
Mr.' Fiddie had been a sufferer for
many years but a most patient one.
He died yesterday morning at his
home, and is survived by his wife and
one son. The funeral services will

be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock
and interment will take place at Fort
McCoy. Pyles & Perkins have charge
of the funeral arrangements.
SEEDS!
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf

Ocala, Fla., May 24, 1920.
To the Citizens of Commissioner's
District No. 1, Marion County: Hav Having
ing Having announced myself a candidate for
county commissioner, I wish to state
my reason for doing so. I am not
unaware that the pay of a commis

sioner is far less than the loss from J

business oh account of attending the
meetings and other business of the
county required. Therefore, the Day
in it is not considered. In fact, if I
had not been fairly successful in my
business and accumulated enough to
spare some time from my business, I
could not afford it any way. I am one
of that class known as the middle
class of citizens, neither rich nor
poor, have a comfortable home and
god farm that is as full of hospitality
and welcome to any and all who come
to it as my family and I know how to
make it.
I moved here from St, John's coun county
ty county about nine years ago and settled on
the place where I now live on the
Blitchton road. I served on the board
of county commissioners there before
moving away.
I shall favor an economical a man management
agement management of the county's affairs as
possible and as low a rate of taxation
as is consistent with a safe and sane
manner of running the county. I shall

oppose an appropriation from the
general fund for anything if in my
judgment there is another need not
supplied that needs it more. I shall
favor abiding by the law as near as
the board understands it, no matter
whether we think it best or not, in
all cases where the law prescribes du duties
ties duties and restrictions. In cases where
the matter is writen the discretion of
the county commissioners and I should
be convinced of a decided sentiment
of the people of the county I would
yield to it, even though it be against

my judgment and would proced to
carry it out with all conscientious conscientiousness.
ness. conscientiousness. I am in favor of a continuance of
the policy of permanent roads and the
encouragement of any development of
the county as far as possible not to
become a subsidy to any class of bus business.
iness. business. I am open for advice and sugges suggestions
tions suggestions from anyone and shall be in all
matters as courteous as I know how
to be. I feel that a man running for
this office should feel that he is offer offering
ing offering his services to the people and is
not asking a personal favor for I
have nothing to gain in holding the
office more than my neighbors would
also gain.
I shall do everything I can to pro promote
mote promote and keep the good feeling that
exists between the people of the town
and towns of the county and people
living out of town.
If you choose me for commissioner,
you may hold these as sacred pledges
and require me to live up to them for
this I pledge myself to do.
Yours very truly,
5-28-2twky A. S. Pickett.
(Political Advertisement)

Something to sell? Advertise it..

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
THE COURT PHARMACY
The Drug Store on the Square

IFort Mc Coy (Garage

Ford Repairs a Specialty

(EasoMee Onfls Grease

Fort Me Coy

Florida

J

Cream puffs and chocolate eclairs
tooay. Carter's Bakery. 27-2t

Over fifty years ago a young
physician practiced widely in a
rural district and became famous
for his uniform success in the
curing: uf disease. This was Dr.
Pierce, who afterwa:ds estab established
lished established himself iu Buffalo, N. Y.t
and placed one of his prescriptions,
which he ca.lc'd GIden Medical
Discovery," in the drug iiores of
the United Stau j so that the pub public
lic public Cv,uld t.slly obtain this very
re;!taik.Me tonic, corrective ai.d
bloc J -maker. Dr. Pierce manu manufactured
factured manufactured this "Discovery" fi.u
roots and barks a correci :t?
remedy, the ingredients of uhicf
nature had put in the f.-Ads i..d
forests, for keeping us heal. .y.
Few forks or families now L. .:g
Lave -Kit at sometime ur other i d
this "Golden Medical Disco vt.y"
for the stomach, liver and heart.
Over twenty -four million bottles
of this tonic and blood remedy
have been sold in thuj country,

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

am

.Fire
Proof

WHO

"If DaL

Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc

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

LONG DISTANCE MOVING ;
Phone 296 S

Ad

ruse

and get ResuM

(Political Advertisement) JOHOHOJfliiOiCJiO:

FOR SUPEKMTEIiJEM OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

FO R

MARION COUNTY

I will appreciate your vole on Jane 8th. Will prove my ap appreciation
preciation appreciation by lailhful service In behalf of the Schools of our
County. Respectfully,
M. E. SHE AIL Y

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OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1920

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

ROCE

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UNTIL JUNE 1ST
Space does not warrant us in nainVng over our entire
list of goods. Below we are hamin'g 'only a few to
give you an idea of the reduced prices :

OCALA

OCCURRENCES

If you have

phone five-one.

any society items,

Mrs. Marv Williams has returned

from a pleasant visit to her daughters

in Jacksonville.

After a pleasant visit to his .ld

home here, Mr. F. P. Lancaster left

today to resume his business in if ltts-

burg. Forney says he will come to
see us again next summer.

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Burford Jr. of

Atlanta, who are making a visit in

the city at the home of the formers

parents, will return tonight from a
several day's motor trip to the south-

em part of the state.

BIRTHDAY PARTY

That all the nice parties are not for

grown-ups was demonstrated yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Allan Walk-

tastily and artistically displayed in
the dining room, was carried out in
the refreshments of ice cream and
cake. The beautiful birthday cake

with its six lighted candles was the

i ... in

ley entertained about thirty little source of mucn pleasure wnen ine

tots in honor of her daughter, Mar- guests cut it. uttie DasKets oi pmK

WolVbv'c ivth hirthdav. and wftite nnea witn canay was mujn

iti WW k V- J fcj tf i

Ak,,f r,,.- vin.v tho hnrmv vmnc pmovM bv tne euests. runcn aiso

rrj -p ------

mp;t hpo-nn tn arrive, brmeiner with was served during the atternoon

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thom cnmp nf thp loveliest and most A lew older guests wno came in

nm'nnp nrpsspnts. After some time late were entertained in the living

, ..i ...

cnnnt in arm rinc the manv Drettv room, wnich was aaornea witn quan

eiftv. the winsome little hostess nnd tities of lilies and sweet peas. They

thp lawn and were Mrs. John Mctaw oi lampa,

Dluved all sorts of games for several Mrs. Sam Leigh, Mrs. Ardis Water-

hours. Assisting Mrs. Walkley in man and Mrs. k. i. atroua. oesiues

motrinop tViJe rjirtv thp harmv success those assisting the following guests

Mi Anita Chazal. Miss were Dresent: Mary Frances McCabe,

Nora Murray, Mrs. Alison Wartmann Tampa; Leslie Stroud, Valeta Water-
J -.. I .1 A TTT X T"l

and Mrs. W. S. Bullock. Late in the man, lizabetn Ann wartmann, uew

CHEVROLET
COLUMBIA
COLE
Agents and Service

Cast Iron Steel and Brass
WELDING

afternoon the dining room which had

been transformed into a perfect

dreamland for these little fames,

. Tne dining table, wnicn was cov-
Rose Melton took place this morning handsome Mexican drawn

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Melton. Rev. C

W. White officiating. The many

friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Mel

tnn deeDlv svmnathize with them in

the loss of their little daughter.

Pv1p & Perkins were the funeral

directors.

PilJsbury's Flour
24-lb sack

Pillsbury's Flour,
12-lb sack ....

dQ 1 g White Bacon OA
);1U per pound
d1 1 f Lard Compound
plll per pound JK

Cloverblooni BuMer 70c.

55c

naner. Small baskets oi tne same

description were placed at other

points on the table. Here Marion and

. - i m I 11CL 11LL1C LIIUIUO fc.VV. s w

The many friends of Mr. and Mrs smaiier tables decorated similar-
W. E. Gray will be glad to hear that Marion's two

and Leslie Harris, Josephine Tran-

tham, Helen Watt. Elizabeth Tally,

Virginia Peek. Lenora Taylor, Mur

ie! Gallowav. Martha Taylor. Mar-

garget Helvenston, Frances Clark,
Adelaide Duval. Dorothy and Laurie

wrlr ppntprni'ppp. a wedding nresent HamDton. Marion and Margaret Ann

. - ... I ni-f. TT 1 TVU.. .r

Walkley s. was centered witn walkley, Linton nocKer, uuuuy vuji..

s -m cw i itii. a m-t n s i aiiic

roses, the handle of the basket being Marsh, Jimmie Hunt and Junior feek

tied with a large pink bow of tissue

General Auto Repairs
Genuine Ford Parts Used in
Ford Repair Work

OCALA MOTOR CO.
N. Main St. Opposite Ocala Iron
Works
C. E. SIMMONS
Phone 71

U. D. C. DINNER

ly to the large one, sat Marion's two

sisters, one at each table with a num-

thev are Dleasantlv situated at Chiek

asaw, Ala., wnere nr. uray as ber of their playmates,
excellent position in a shipyard. We color motif, ni

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

55c
40c
34c

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

25c

25 c

15e

15 c

wonder if there is good fishing there.

A Drettv Ocala girl, going to school

in another state, writes home as fol-

I lows:

Oh! the way I crammed on English

Just the day before exam,
Was the way I got distinguished,
And I didn't deserve a d

Mr. J. E. Walker, one of the engi

neers for the state highway commis

sion, was in town yesterday, looking

thincs over. He is a husky, intelli

gent young man. and his wife, now

I holding a nosition in the county

clerk's office, was Miss Ldna bmun,

one of our Ocala girls.

The color motif, pink and white,

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The members of Dickison Chapter,

U. D. C, will give their usual June

3rd dinner at the Ocala House for
the Confederate -veterans, and all vet

erans are cordially invited to be pres present
ent present and bring their wives.

MONDAY LEGAL HOLIDAY

.

:'!'l!Wfi!J!!JJ!;ii..-:;.h?

The stamp and delivery windows

will be open at the postoffice from 8
to 10 a. m. next Monday. There will
be one delivery of mail by city car

riers in the forenoon; no rural deliv delivery
ery delivery will be made. Mail will be col

lected from street boxes, dispatcned

and distributed to postoffice boxes as

usual. Businesmen will do tnem tnem-selves
selves tnem-selves and us a avor to supply them

selves with stamps on Saturday.

R. F. Rogers, P. M.

Old or New Irish Potatoes, PcCU (15 lbs.) $1.15

8 Cents Per Pound

Mr. and Mrs. Rav Garnett of In

town for a

V Vl- 11V

FLOWERS WILL FADE

ATTENTION, R. A. MASONS

Regular meeting Friday night, May

28th. Work and refreshments. By

order of H. S. Wesson, H. P.

8-lb. Cottolene
per bucket.
4.-lb. Cottolene
per bucket.
2-lb. Cottolene
per bucket.

Oatmeal
2 packages 'for
White Rose Asparagus
per can
Jelly, 8-ounce glass
per glass.

$2.55
$1.30
65 c

Onion's S Cts V Pound

25c
30 c

15c

but the stone is an enduring and con-

r w iirm n awuw ----

0v, tlm tndnv en route to Pensa- stant token of affection for those who

cola. They are making the trip in have passed beyond. We are prepar-1 SEEDS!

their car. 1 to lurnisn a monument anu wa. da and oW ashion velyet

.mm ttfvLf nil r rta oirin rT qy. i w

unuB -u u7 heans. chufas. cow ueas and sorghum

Mrs. W. N. Lane is entertaining perience ana an tne care u.uuccu ..jr n,Ba Seed St0re. nhone 435. tf

j-v I i 1 :iL . .JAA s. a I

for a few days her niece, Mrs. u. u. sympatny wun your mea a

Cunningham, her small brother. Char- memorial.

lie Cowart and Miss Irene BostwicK,

of Orington, Georgia

Beginning the first Monday in July,

AAI A HffAnDI I71irnnFC I shall teach summer school for eight

ULHLxi IflrtilULEi iff UiilO weeks. Minnie Lee Carlisle. 28-3t

Best Quality
HOME MADE BUTTER

HONEY
In Quart Jars
FRESH EGGS

Country
HAMS AND SHOULDERS

All Guaranteed

Cam-Thomas Co.
Phone 163

GEORGETTE BLOUSES

$3.93

at Closing Out Sale
B. GOLDMAN

Everything guaranteed in first-class condition.
We deliver to any p&Vt of tlie city free, and place no
limit on the amount you buy, as long as we have
them. Remember,
Prices are Reduced on r iitfrVock Until June 1st

Mi

iUNTER'S AUTO EXCHANGE

YOUR CAR IS JUDGED
often by its top. Don't cover a
costly car with a top unworthy
of it. Our auto, tops are made
for cars which demand high high-grade
grade high-grade equipment; tops that
stand up under the hardest ser service
vice service under all kinds of condi conditions.
tions. conditions. Our line includes all the
staple colors. See this top le le-fore
fore le-fore niacins? vour order.

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TOPS New, covered, patched and coated with a patent wax paste
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.
TIRES, TUBES, GAS and 01L.S
LET US REPAIR, PAINT AND UPHOLSTER YOUR CAR, SO
YOU CN ENJOY IT YOURSELF OR SELL TO ADVANTAGE.
AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED

Si

J. Wo MJNTE

rfl,rl SOUTH MAGNOLIA STREET (!?Iif jrla
UCOiia OLD METROPOLITAN THEATER B IUt iiJUl

Advertise and get Results

Mrs. P. V. Leavengood leaves to

morrow afternoon for Tampa to visit

at the home of her sister, Mrs. Schoe-

flin, and to be present at the grad-

natim? exercises of the Hilisoorougn

hi o-h school, her niece, Miss Luvy Lee

SrhftPflin beincr one of the graduates.

ir;ea .y,oflin lins visited in Ocala on I dIX

spvp.ral occasions and has many

friends who will interested to learn of

her graduation.

Mrs. J. C. Revnolds will entertain

Ur fniYinrrow afternoon for

lilMHJ -

Mrs. Annie Van Deman of Ocala. in

timate friends of the honoree having
hpen invited to Mrs. Reynolds' home

nn Mav street for an afternoon of

! bridge. Jacksonville Metropolis.

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp will

leave Tuesday afternoon for Boston,
where they will be with their four
dauo-hters until the 9th of June. Mr.

Camp will then' return home, but Mrs.

Camn and the Misses Camp will com-

their western trip and expect

to be awav at least three months.

They will visit all points of interest

in California, Colorado, Arizona, ure-

o,-m Seattle. Wash., and Alaska.

t w ?

Mrs. Annie Van Deman of Ocala,

whr. is visitiner Mrs. Fred W. King,

was the guest of honor yesterday aft-.

emoon when Mrs. Arthur ferry

entertained informally at her home

Riverside avenue. Two tables of

nlavprs were invited, and after sev

eral interesting: rubbers, beautiful

pieces of pottery were received by

Mrs J C. Revnolds. Mrs. J. k. rar-

w. .,1

rott and the honoree. Jacksonville

Metropolis.

The Ocala Federal Bakery's bread

i o-rowincr in Donularity not only in

Or-nla and Marion county but thruout

Florida. A lady residing at Dowling!
Park, near Live Oak, having heard
cmiVi favnrahlp renorts about this

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bread wrote to the bakery maange

ment, requesting that some be sent
to her and in accordance a shipment

f Krenri was forwarded to her ad

dress today.

Mr. John Rawle is a most welcome

visitor in the city. For several years

Mr. and Mrs. Rawle and their daugn-

ter. Miss Mary Fleming Rawle made

this citv their home and their many

friends here will be delighted to learn j

tV.ot it is their intention to Visit

Ocala some time in the fall.

The Thursday afternoon auction

club spent an exceedingly pleasant

afternoon vesterday with Mrs. r-. l.

Schreiber at her home on URiawana

avenue. With tne excepuon ox uuw

members the reeular number of play

ers were present and substituting tor

the absent ones were Mrs. inaries

T.lnvd of Jacksonville. Mrs. Christian

Av and Mrs. Marv Green Chambers.

Those making the three highest
sccres for the afternoon were Mrs.

Ax, Mrs. Chambers and Mrs. L. R.!
Chazal. At the conclusion of a most

eninvahle catheriner. the hoste3S

served strawberry shortcake and tea.

RAMK

Satardlay tffliie lastl (flay
off omf gircau

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.

Everything in the store
at a deduction of

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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1920

GET THE
U-SERVE HABIT
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SELF-SERVE GROCERY
LATEST LOCALS
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Temperature this morning, 59; this
afternoon, 80.
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Miss Eleanor Tremere of Belleview
wsu: a welcome visitor to the Star to today.
day. today. WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
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Business is PICKING UP
EVERY DAY nt 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 io make the ef
fort to save. Be
A LIVE WIRE SHOPPER
and get in touch with
LIVE. WIRE GROCERS
Here is a list of a few of
OUR REGULAR PRICES
Gold Medal Flour, 12-lb.
bags, per bag
$1.00
Gold Medal Flour, 24-lb. tf0 fkf
bags, per bag J)vvJ
CLOVERBLOOM BUTTER
per pound :
68c
10c. packages Loose-Wiles Takhoma
Biscuit, Ginger Snaps, Animal
Crackers, Small Graham or
Lunch Biscuit, per pkg. OC
20c. packages Graham Crackers, But Butter
ter Butter Thins, Bran Biscuit, Vanilla
Wafers, Saltines, Zweibeck, Clover
Leaf, Tan-San, Multi Jr.,
Perfecto, per pkg IOC
No. 2 Tins Florida Pack
Canned TOMATOES, 2 for Jl
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 CHANCE AT THE BIRDS.
U-SERVE GROCERY
Cash and Carry
Ocala House Clock, on (he Square
Has Raised a
New Standard for
Baking Powder
Because it is made in the most
careful and scientific manner from
absolutely pure materials that re remain
main remain pure in the baking and in insure
sure insure wholesome, healthful foods.
Because it possesses the greatest
leavening power.
Because it is not affected by time
or weather it never loses its
strength and never fails.
Because it is most economical
you save when you buy it and
you save when you use it.
These are the reasons why Calu
met is the standard baking powder
the choice of millions more
being sold than of any other brand.
Try it always buy it Your
grocer can supply you.
Calumet contains only such ingred ingredients
ients ingredients as have been approved officially
by the U. S. Food Authorities.
OIO OC CT QUALITY
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AWARDS
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CHICAGO

Can't somebody take a monkey
wrei.ch and .screwdriver and climb up
inside the courthouse tower and set
tho clock?

The case against the shoplifters
came up in the circuit court today.
The women pled guilty and the ci3e
agdinst the men will be heard Mon Monday.
day. Monday. lied Cedar Compound 25 cents tne
package, two for 20 cents, on June 9,
10 and 11th at Gerig's One Cent
Sale. tf
Miss G. M. Turner, Mrs. J. W. Nel Nelson
son Nelson and Miss M. L. Ledbetter of
Belleview are business visitors in the
city this afternoon.
Dn'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
After a pleasant journey north via
Baltimore and Washington, Miss Min Minnie
nie Minnie Tremere has safely arrived at her
destination in Danbury, Conn.
There will be a dance at the club
in Belleview this evening. Needham's
orchestra will furnish the music, and
Ocala dancers are invited.
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. If
Mrs. L. Legrand Hopkins and Mrs.
F. M. Benedict of Danbury, Conn.,
leave with Judge Hopkins' body this
afternoon The funeral will be held
in Danbury Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. I.
Frank Haviland of Bridgeport, Conn.,
will accompany the party. The Mas Mas-onr.
onr. Mas-onr. of Belleview held a ceremony in
Mclver & MacKay's chapel for the
judge. He was the first mayor of
Danbury.
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
Mr. R. A. Burford has not only
proven that he is one of the state's
most able lawyers, good at farming,
raising vegetables for his family and
neighbors, and the shepherd of a
wonderful flock of sheep, but he has
grown flowers this spring that rank
second to none with any hot house in
the country. He left at the Star of office
fice office this morning some of the most
gorgeous dahlias and perfect zinnias
that would take blue ribbons any anywhere.
where. anywhere. The business office force
thanks him very much for these beau beautiful
tiful beautiful flowers.
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala. Fla. tf
The annual musical recital of the
pupils of Miss Byrd Wartmann will
take place next Monday afternoon
and evening at Miss Wartmann's
studio, at her home on South Sanchez
street. The juniors will give their
ccncert in the afternoon, beginning at
4:30 o'clockand the seniors in the
evening at 8 o'clock. These musical
programs of Miss Wartmann are al always
ways always anticipated with much pleasure,
as they are always interesting and
enjoyable occasions.
Rexall Toothache Stopper, fifteen
cents the bottle, two for 16 cents at
Gerig's One Cent Sale, June 9th, 10th
and 11th. tf
MAKE WAR ON
THE MOSQUITOES
From London comes the alarming
prophecy that mosquitoes, flies and
other disease-carrying insects may be
used for the dissemination of deadly
germs in enemy territory in "the next
war." The possibility of this and the
deadly results that would follow are
staggering to think of, says the state
board of health, and the peace time
danger is one equally as startling.
For this reason the state board of
health has taken up arms against
both the mosquito and the fly and is
fighting a rigid battle against their
prevalence in Floridai It is known
that flies multiply more rapidly than
any other known pest and are more
dangerous to human life than war,
therefore the state board of health is
asking every citizen of the state to
shoulder arms with it and fight.
The chief implement of war neces necessary
sary necessary is cleanliness in the home and
surrounding grounds, for flies can
only breed in filth next, screening
in every door and window of the
home.
For the attack on mosquitoes, first,
do away with all vessels around the
house or grounds containing stagnant
water, and then pour oil on ponds or
puddles, for it is in damp places that
mosquitoes find their best breeding
places.
The article from London states that
the danger from these "winged bat battalions
talions battalions of weath" is far more serious
than one dare estimate. The state
board of health asks that all people
of Florida aid in ridding the state of
these pests by ridding their own
premises and by adhering to the law
of cleanliness and sanitation.

FOR SALE 20 acres pine timber and
10 acres hardwood; IV -mile to R.
R. siding Chas. P. Haycraft, Box
43, Route B, Ocala, Fla. 27-3tdly

WANTED By married man of long
experience, position as clerk in
grocery, hardware or dry goods
store. Can furnish best of refer refer-erences.
erences. refer-erences. If interested, Address
"New Comer," care the Star, or
phone 233. 24-6t
FOR SALE Potato plants, genuine
Porto Ricos, immediate delivery;
$1.75 per thousand f. o. b. Ocala.
C. H. Cooner, 74G Wyomina St.,
Ocala, Fla. 24-6t
FOR RENT Seven room house, fur furnished;
nished; furnished; until October 1. Two blocks
from courthouse. Address, "R,"
care Star office, or cal phone 544. 6t
FOR RENT Six room cottage, Al
modern conveniences; nice little
garden in back; $15 per month. Ap
ply to R. L. Carter, 211 Fifth St.,
or phone 526. 25-6t
FOR SALE 14 Ford in first class
condition; engine just overhauled.
Price $250. James Engesser, Dixie
Garage, West Broadway, phone
258. 826-6t
FOR SALE I have on hand 800
pounds of home cured hams, sides
and shoulders. Every piece guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed or money returned. Price
3"5c. a pound. W. D. Donaldson. Box
231, Ocala, Fla. 27-6t
FOR RENT At reasonable summer
rates until October 1st, second floor
furnished apartment in St. Augus Augustine;
tine; Augustine; 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
WRITE The Truth Seeker Co., New
York, for sample copy of the Truth
Seeker, a free thought and agnostic
publication. 23-2t
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's Shop. Phone
?146. 2-m
FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and sell
Second-hand furniture. Experts tit
it in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn
mowers, enumelware, etc. J. V.
Hunter, 310, 312. 314 S. Main St. tf
WANTED Young man able to
handle small store room. Apply at
Harrington Hall hotel. 13-tf
FOR SALE Modern home of sev.m
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
Thin, Watery
Blood Makes
You Weak
PEPSINOL Helps Nature Make Rich,
Red Blood
You probably know that your blood
is composed of red and white corpus corpuscles.
cles. corpuscles. In perfect health the red cor corpuscles
puscles corpuscles predominate. Then you have
ruddy cheeks and a pink, healthy
skin.
Plenty of food and good digestion
are necessary to make the rich, red
blood that keeps you strong.
Digestive upsets and stomach trou trouble
ble trouble quickly result in the white cor corpuscles
puscles corpuscles gaining the mastery in your
blood, which becomes thin and wa watery.
tery. watery. Then you get weak, run down,
ailing and nervous. Your skin gets
pale.
Pepsinol will enrich and purify
your blood, keep it red and strong, by
correcting your digestive troubles.
J. J. GERIG
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:lupm JacksonvilleNYork 3:15 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
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
7:2Jam 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.

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MOSQUITO LEAVES
TRAIL OF DISEASE
Scientists Show Danger in Its Bite
The whole country 'is infested with
mosquitoes. The government health
service and every other agency known
to man is being used to exterminate
them. Once they weer looked upon as
an annoyance only-; scientists now
know that they leave in their wake
deadly disease germs, especially ma malaria.
laria. malaria. Those who are in a position
to know, vouch for the fact that they
have been the cause of more diseases
and death than all the wars from the
beginning of time.
Mosquitoes will probably never be
exterminated. We can, however, by
S roper screening and spraying of our
ome daily with TORMENT, rid our
household of them.
TORMENT is a gaseous vapor in
which no insect can live. Sold by
druggists, general stores and dealers
everywhere.
Manufactures by the G. B. Williams
Co.. Quitman, Ga., exclusively. Ad 4
Silk Georgette Crepe and
Crepe de Chene, 40
inches wide,
$1.75
At Closing Out Sale
B GOLDMAN
Rexall Toilet Soap, 15 cents tne
cake, two for 16 cents, June 9th, 10th
and 11th, at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
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CICALA, FLORIDA

GASAVEK E3ME SAVE
I was getting 15 miles cn a gallon of gasoline with my Ford
car. By using GASAVER I was able to get 140 miles on 4 gal gallons
lons gallons of gasoline and it cleaned my clinders of carbon.
R. A. CONKLIN,
County Farm Demonstrator of. Palm Beach County.
GASAVER will not injure the finest .machine., but will save
your gasoline and keep the cylinders clean. Send for a sample.
Liberal terms to local agents Chance for wide-awake man to
make some money.
PRICE $1.00 BOX

W. E, L. Sperry, State Agent,
422 NINTH ST., MIAMI, FLA.
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TOTE' WHNPSOR MOTEL
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.
COW PEAS; COW PEAS
Iron and Clay Peas mixed $6.25;
Whippoorwill $6.25; Whippoorwill
mixed $6; -Red Ripper $6.25; Cream
Crowder $6.25 bu. These prices for
21 bu. sacks. Send orders at once to
James L. Dean, Orlando, Fla. 27-1 2t

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AUTOMOBILES

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L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
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Careful estimates made on all con contract
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work for the money than any other
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