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

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Wea er Forecast: Fair tonight;
Friday Tocal showers, gentle to mod moderate
erate moderate east and south winds.
OCA LA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE :?, 192(1.
VOL. 6, NO. 133
ACCEPTS OFFER
DOESN'T DODGE TO BE SIGNED
LADIES QUCK
TO
EX-SERVICE I
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ITS DUTY
MUST ATTEND

CONTRIBUTIONS
FOR CANDIDATES

AWAY

ASSISTANCE

TOMORROW

LEARN

All the Profit from tin- White House j
Sheep Went to the Salvation j
Army

Associated Press
Washington, June ?.-- The presi president's
dent's president's flock of 18 pii.e -hef'p were
shorn today and nearly i.'OO pounds
of wool realized. The vool will be
given to the Salvation A? my.
BUNCH OF FOOL WOMEN
The state department has asked the
District of Columbia commissioners
for a statement of the facts to the
burning of a British flag yesterday in
front of the treasury by women sym sympathizers
pathizers sympathizers with Irish freedom.
CONGRESS WILL GIVE COL'NTIIY
A K EST
Congress will end tho ?. resent e. e.-sion
sion e.-sion Saturday under ;t i -oUil'on of
adjournment adopted today ty the
Senate after assurances I ad been re received
ceived received that th;' president did not in intend
tend intend to call a special ses-.ion during
the summer unless theie is grave em emergency.
ergency. emergency. LITTLE AMERICANS
The Senate resolution declining the
president's request for authority to
accept the Armenian mandate was re reported
ported reported today by the House foreign
affairs' committee. Chairman Porter
said he did not expect to ask House
action before tomorrow.
ITS TIME TO FIRE 'EM
Five thousand clerical employees in
the war department will be discharg discharged
ed discharged July 1st, on account of Congress
reducing the appropriation.
LOUISIANA DELEGATES
TO BE INSTRUCTED
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Baton, Rouge, June The Louis Louisiana
iana Louisiana state democratic convention will
elect delegates to San Francisco and
the indications are that they will be
instructed. There are also prospects
for a fight over a plank advocating
wine and beer.
DESPERATE DEEDS
OF THE SIN FEINERS
(Associated Press)
Cork, June 3. During the night
Sin Feiners attacked one naval and
five coast guard stations in the
Queenstown district. The arrival of
troops continued today at many ports.
Al MOUNT MORIAH
CHURCH THIS EVENING
Hear R. E. Richardson at Mount
Moriah Baptist church tonight. Sub Subject,
ject, Subject, "America's Reconstruction."
The public, both white and colored, is
invited. The speaker is from South
Carolina and is in Florida from Bat Battle
tle Battle Creek, Mich.
s
NOTICE
On account of our Saturday's rush,
we will make a change in our check checking
ing checking counter so that our customersvill
not have to wait so long when being
checked out.
3-3t U-SERVE GROCERY.
CAFATERIA SUPPER
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.. will
serve a cafateria supper at the Ma Masonic
sonic Masonic building Saturday, June 5th,
beginning at 5:30 p. m. The public
is invited. Plenty of good things to
eat at a reasonable price. There will
be a table of miscellaneous articles
for sale. 3-3t
Cards that are different for the
graduates. THE SPECIALTY SHOP,
A. E. Gerig. 29-6t
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.Minds of Most of America's
Near Statesmen

(Associated Press)
Washington, June 3. W. B. Burtt,
assistant to Colonel Proctor, Wood's
campaign manager, was the first wit witness
ness witness before the Senate investigating
committee in the campaign contribu contributions
tions contributions hearing today. Burtt brought
papers from the Wood committee.
He said that $40,000 had been spent
in Indiana and that unpaid bills would
bring the total to $58,000.
HAD JUST HEARD OF IT
Horace Stebbens, of New York, the
first treasurer of the Lincoln-Wood
League, sought by subpoena servers
of the Senate investigating commit committee,
tee, committee, telegraphed the committee today
from Montreal that he had just heard
of the search and that if it was desir desired
ed desired that he testify he could be present
tomorrow.
NEW MEXICAN DEMOCRATS
(Associated Prss)
Roselle, N. Mex., June 3. The dem democrats
ocrats democrats met in state convention here
today to elect delegates to the nation national
al national convention, national committeemen
and a state chairman.
GRATEFUL APPRECIATION
FOR THE HOSPITAL
E'ditor Star: A city or community
having an institution of merit and
great worth within its borders, is
often unmindful of its duty toward
it and too stinting in its expression
of its appreciation.
That we of Ocala have such an in institution
stitution institution is beyond doubt; and that
the citizens are not fully appreciative
of its importance and value is man manifested
ifested manifested by the absence of frequent
public praise. I reTer to the Marion
County Hospital as the institution de de-seiving
seiving de-seiving of frequent public commen commendation.
dation. commendation. The writer was a recent inmate and
patient. Suffering fcom a crushed hip
lie was admitted to the hospital for
care and treatment, and was the
beneficiary of its splendid attention
for more than two weeks.
During this period, every consid consideration
eration consideration was shown him. Competency,
punctuality, cleanliness and pleasing
demeanor are the leading and out outstanding
standing outstanding features which characterize
the management.
Miss Marshall, its head nurse and
superintendent, tho with numerous
general duties, finds time to personal personally
ly personally visit, pass a pleasant word to the
patient and to note the slightest ir irregularity
regularity irregularity (these are rare). Her sub
ordinates, both of the graduate and
training class, are to her respectful
and obedient.
The food is served with rare delic
acy, attractiveness, wholesome, is
perfectly cooked and prepared. Daily
dainty bouquets of fragrant flowers
were highly appreciated.
On the whole, it is the place for a
sick person. This my first experience
has been so very satisfactory that m
future should I become ill or injured,
there shall I again choose to go fcr
treatment.
There is much more, indeed vol volumes
umes volumes I could write, but your space
must be considered, and I bring this
communication to a close by signing
and subscribing myself a grateful
patient. J. J. Tipton.
SAVED MONEY
We heard a lady remark that she
saved $2.50 in a week by shopping at
this store. Another said, "Oh, I like
it remds me of a city store. Ocala is
citifiejf md why not have a citified
store. :j 3t U-SERVE GROCERY.
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' Mexico City, June The authori authorities
ties authorities at Vera Cruz have accepted the
: offer of the United States to send a
; sanitary detachment and supplies to
; that city to combat the spread of the
bubonic plague.
j fighting plague with fir
i
! Mexico City, June 3. One-third of
the houses in Vera Cruz will be burn burned
ed burned on account of the bubonic plague
infection.
AMERICA HAS GREATEST
WARSHIP AFLOAT
j Tennessee Launched at the Brooklyn
i Navy Yard Today
f Associated Press)
New York, June 3. The
dreadnaught Tennessee, the
super super-largest
largest super-largest and most poweiful war vessel afloat,
was commissioned today at the Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn navy yards. The vessel cost
$20,000,000. The crew are all natives
of Tennessee.
AN ODE TO ROYALTY
(Tampa Times)
Oyez! Oyez. Oyez! All ye sheriffs :
of Florida, both high and low and j
mixed harken to the voice of your j
mighty chief. I, Skidney K. Jatz am j
in my holy temple at the capital, hold- :
ing in my right hand the keys of ;
death and of hell and the great Seal
of Florida. Let all the house of Flet-
cher tremble. Selah. j
Woe! Woe! Woe! cryeth him that
sitteth on my right hand, who shut- ;
teth up and none openeth, and who
fireth even to the person of our own
kinsmen, and none gainsayeth.
Take warning and gird ye, my
henchmen, and guard all the passes
from henceforth, amen. And let no
enemy approach who has fawned upon
Fletcher, or bowed his idolatrous knee
to Knott.
Hear ye, and be notified, a mighty
hustings has been cried, and the hour
of destiny draweth on a pace yet, even
two paces it verily approacheth; and
foul dreams haunt my erstwhile
peaceful slumbers.
J had my watchman cry from my
towers, "What of the night!" And the
answer cameth back from the dark darkness,
ness, darkness, "Only as the sighing of the
wind." The jorten augurs ominous!
Mf thinks it was the voice of scrastiori
of my exchequer beyond the great
waters by the sea where the Way
gceth down by the Palmy Beach, but
the night is fierce. I cannot be cer certain.
tain. certain. Burn us fresh incense before
ou rhousehold altars Sears and Roe Roebuck.
buck. Roebuck. Let incessant prayers be made
i: haply we may stay this curse!
What ho, warder! Call my Tribunes
from the south and say, "Your chief
would counsel you don the Earmann
of your high office call the Snow,
and Stove, and Stove-all-Walls that
stop our onward march to yonder
marble dome on the hill, where
gleams the form of Freedom's golden
goddess."
"Night's candles have all burned
out ,and jocund day stands tip toe on
the misty mountain top."
Rouse ye! Rouse ye! Rouse ye! And
g forth to your several stations, and
guard as ye would your very life, or
even your job; guard I say, the holy
precincts of my people's ancient pow power
er power the tin repositories of their my myriad
riad myriad vote, and let no mortal raise his
voice wrhile my minions make their
count. Amen.
Sealed by the great seal, and hall hallmarked
marked hallmarked my our official claws.
Thomas Lynx.
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DERE'S. A
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American Sanitary Workers
Supplies Look Good to the
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Unlike America, Little Norway Will
Take a High Place in the
World's Affairs

(Associated Press)
Copenhagen, June 3.-i-The National
Tidende says it learns that Norway
wiU accept a mandate over Danzig j
when offered by the supreme council j
am' the mandate is accepted by Po- j
lai:d.
POLISH CENTER HOLDS
London, June 3. The bolsheviki
forces are advancing on each end of
the Polish front but are being held
along the Berosina river, according
to a Moscow dispatch.
NO BAND CONCERT
TOMORROW NIGHT
Will Probably be Ready With the
Music Next Week
There will be no band concert to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night as it will not be pos possible
sible possible to complete arrangements for
the summer series before next week.
The band fund is yet far from com complete,
plete, complete, but the Board of Trade commit committee
tee committee and the woman's committee in intend
tend intend to stay on the job and have the
entire fund in hand by next week, so
that the concerts may be opened next
Friday night.
Hand your $1 subscription to any
member of the two committees or
pui chase one of the cards that are on
sale at the Specialty Shop, Court
Pharmacy and Gerig's Drug Store.
The members of the Board of Trade
committee are Albert Gerig, chair chairman,
man, chairman, R. S. Rogers and DeWitt Grif Griffin.
fin. Griffin. The members of : the woman's
committee are Mrs. W. T. Gary,
chairman, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, Mrs.
Ceorge Taylor, Mrs. II. W. Henry,
Mrs. E. G. Peek, Mrs. D. E. Swindell.
Mrs. W. E. Smith, Mrs. F. W. Cook,
Mis. A. E. Walkley and Mrs. George
Martin.
NOTICE
On account of our Saturday's rush,
we will make a change in our check checking
ing checking counter so that our customers will
not have to wait so long when being
checked out.
3-3t U-SERVE GROCERY.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
Seaboard Air Line
from Jacksonville.. 2
for Tampa 2
Arrive
Leave
Arrive
Leave
Arrive
Leave
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Leave
Arrive
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a. m.
a. m.
p. m.
p. m
p. m
p. m.
a. m.
a. m.
p. m.
p. zn.
p. m.
p. m.
from Jacksonville. 1
:30
for Tampa 1
from Jacksonville.. 4
for Tampa 4
from Tampa 2
for Jacksonville.... 2
from Tampa 1
for Jacksonville. ... 1
from Tampa 4
for Jacksonville.... 4
Atlantie Coast Line
:50
:24
:25
:14
:15
:35
:55
:04
:05
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:14a. m
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:15a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville. .10:12 p. m.
Leave for Leesburg 10:13 p.m.
Arrive from ot. Petersburg 2:11a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. . 2:12 a. m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:45p.m.
Arrive from Leesburg .... 6:41 a. m.
Leave for Jacksonville. . 6:42 a. m.
Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25p.m.
Leave for Homosassa 3:25 p.m.
i Arrive from Gainesville.
daily except Sunday .... 11 :50 a. m.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday 4:45 p.m.
Leave for Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a.m.
Ar. from Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11:03 p. m.
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. 7:10 a. m.
Arrive from Wilcox, Monday-
Wednesday. Friday. 6:45 p.m.
1 Something to seii? Advertise it.

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At Versailles the Treaty of Peace
Between Hungary and
the Allies

f Associated Press)
Paris, June 3. The new Hungarian
peace delegation arrived today. The
Hurgarian peace treaty will be sign signed
ed signed tomorrow afternoon.
ITALY MAKES ANOTHER OFFER
AMERICANS NOT IN IT
American participants in the con conference
ference conference with Germans at Spa have
not been subject to official instructions
from Washington as far as could be
learned here.
ABOUT THE ADRIATIC
Italy has made a new compromise
proposal to Jugo-Slavia intended to
stive the Adriatic question.
KIDNAPED THE KID
(Associated Press)
Noriistown, Pa., June 3. The mys mystery
tery mystery surrounding the kidnaping of 13-months-old
Blakeley Coughlin, who
was stolen from his crib early yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, remained unsolved today. A hun
dred policemen searched the sur-1
rounuing country ana ioreign settle settlements
ments settlements throughout the night without
finding a trace of the child's where whereabouts.
abouts. whereabouts. OCALA BOY WILL SLING
CONVENTION LIGHTNING
Yonge Sage left Jacksonville yes yesterday
terday yesterday for Chicago to be one of the
telegraph operators in the convention
hall during the republican convention.
Yonge is the son of Mr. Chas. K. Sage,
the veteran manager of the Western
Union office in Ocala.
How greatly the French ccel Amer Americans
icans Americans in practice of thrift Is strikingly
hown in recently published statistics,
giving the number of French deposit depositors
ors depositors in savings banks as upwards of 15, 15,-000,000.
000,000. 15,-000,000. The population of France Is
about 39.CMJ0.0O0, Indicating that mora
than three out of every eight have
some sum laid by. The United States,
though richer In many ways than
France, and though its workers of all
classes are better paid, even In pro proportion
portion proportion to living standards, has only
9,000,000 savings accounts in a popula population
tion population of 110,000,000, or less than one to
twelve. The total amount on deposit
Is probably less significant as to a na nation's
tion's nation's welfare than the number of
individual depositors. Thrift feeds on
Itself; the Individual who has succeed succeeded
ed succeeded In saving money once almost in
variably finds it easier to do so again.
A veterinarian In government serv service
ice service discovered that splenetic fever In
cattle was caused by the presence of a
tick. To that man's account, it has
been said, goes the credit for the suc successful
cessful successful construction of the Panama
canal. Without his discovery tlje canal
could never have been put through.
That discovery was the revelation of
the whole field of Insect causation of
disease. It led to the revelation of
the mosquito as the bearer of malaria
and of yellow fever. It has saved
thousands of human lives and it has
removed forever the terrible fear that
used to haunt men's minds when epi epidemics
demics epidemics of yellow fever were common
and when no one knew where or wheo
the outbreak might come.
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- '-f
j Advertising is almost a sure thing
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That They Defer to Men's Opinions is
Shown by Those Attending
Chicago Convention

( Associated Press)
Chicago, June 3. The women at attending
tending attending the republican convention
will be asked to wear small hats and
take them off as soon as seated in the
convention hall.
TWO BIG CHIEFS ARRIVE
Johnson and Ha-ding arrived in
Chicago today, making the beginning
of the active days of the pre-conven-tion
period. The advance guard dele delegates
gates delegates are beginning to arrive and by
Sunday they will be pouring in. The
national committee still had fhe
claims of delegates contesting for
seats before it.
MOOREHEAD MEN WIN
Chicaero, June 3. The Moorehead
delegates from North Carolina were
seated.
PICKETT'S PLATFORM
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 commissioner
sioner commissioner is far less than the loss from
business on account of attending the
meetings and other business of the
county required. Therefore, the pay
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 1 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 within the discretion of
FLOWERS WILL FADE
but the stone is an enduring and con constant
stant constant token of affection for those who
have passed beyond. We are prepar prepared
ed prepared to furnish a monument and will
bring to the work all the skill of ex
perience and all the care induced by
sympathy with your idea of a fitting
memorial
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Special Representative of Bureau of
War Risk Insurance has a Mes Message
sage Message for the Ex-Soldiers
Mr. Harry A. Wallers tern, a spec special
ial special representative of the bureau of
war risk insurance, will address the
meeting of the Marion county post of
the American Legion tonight in the
Board of Trade room. War risk in insurance
surance insurance and compensation are sub subjects
jects subjects of such importance that the
post invites all ex-service men who
are interested to hear the talk. It is
an opportunity for all to become ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with the new features of
war risk insurance and government
insurance and compensation. The dif difference
ference difference between insurance and com compensation
pensation compensation has been a puzzle for many.
The expert who is to be here tonight
wiil be able to answer many of the

questions that have been in the minds
of ex-service persons and which nrob-
ably have kept them from keeping up
or reinstating their insurance.
The talk of the expert will be nre-
ceded by the regular business session
of the post at 8 o'clock. This will be
made as short as possible. An amend
ment to the by-laws has been propos
ed to change the meeting night of the
post from Thursday to Wednesday, as
it is believed that this will accommo
date the out of town members. Three
delegates and three alternates to the
state convention of the American
Legion, to be held in Tampa June
21-22 are to be elected. One or two
other important matters will come up
for consideration.
The officers of the post ask that all
those reading this will pass the word
on to others, advising them of the
address of the insurance expert.
MILK STATIONS
We receive SWEET MILK every
morning irom one or the most
SANITARY DAIRYS in this county.
Quarts 20c.
On account of milk being a very
perishable article, we will make no
deliveries and for reason of the fact
that it is strictly a cash item, we will
sell it only on a cash basis. 4t
O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY.
U-SERVE GROCERY.
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,
ycu 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)
Have you joined the 400? Ask
Albert Gerig.
W. K. Lane, 1L D, Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
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OCALA EVENING STAft, THURSDAY, JUNE 3. 1920

OCA LA EVENING STAB

Publlnhe.1 i:r Ia llxv-tt Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY.,
OCALA, FLORIDA.

thought it was. His maneuvers were
wonderful to behold.
The ladies served coffee in profus profusion.
ion. profusion. It was fine coffee, too, and some somewhere
where somewhere sugar had been procured for it.

After supper was over, the crowd
went over to the pavilion and put in
about three hours in games that can
onlv be described by saying they were

It. K. t arruli, .-rr.. jj ki(Jding each other. There ,g a
j. S! iie-5i-. large PrPrtlon of original geniuses
among the Rotes, and what they can't
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Untere.l .it Ocala, Fit., po.st office as I think up and carry out in tne way oi

sfcnl-ela-s matter. 1 fun will vn intn a verv small narcel.

The fun was guod and funny, but

Two-seveu time, they failed not in reverence and

The gentle breeze was

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The Associate i,s is exclusively ana tne rising moon naa mancea ana
entitled for the use for r:pu hiiention of J laid out a silver road acress the wa-

A CORRECTION

In the platform of Mr. A. S. Pickett
elsewhere in today's paper a typo typographical
graphical typographical error appears in the sen sentence
tence sentence "In cases where the matter is
'writen' the discretion of the county
commissioners," etc. The word

within" should appear where 'writen"

appears.

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all n. w.s disiatchfc.s cr iitr-d to it or

itOt otherwise oretJ'te.l in thH paper ami
also the lo.-al news j,uhlih- herein.
Ail rights of republication of special
dispatches herein are also reserved.
DOMESTIC .Slil!S;KIITIO. HATES

One year, in advance $6.ou

Six months, in advance

Three months, in advance
One month, in advance .

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ter And then they ceased their
amusement, and with solemnity and
melody sang, "Our Country, 'tis of
Thee," after which were cheerful
good-byes spoken and all hit the trail
for home.

PROFITABLE PATRIOTISM

iuvi:itTiif; RATES

DlMplay: i'late lf cents per inch for

WACAHOOTA

Our good old friend. Uncle Billy

consecutive insertions. Alternate inser-1 folks, charges the Star with having
tions 25 per cent additional. Oornposl- - w

tion charges on a,j.-;- tj,at run less tnan uiu mc pawn u H'u6la "J
eix times 5 cents per inch. Special posjnir the ten-mill tax for schools.
Eositlon 20 per cent additional. Rates 1 , ,
ased on 4-inch minimum, i.ess than We don t deny the impeachment.

four inches will take higher rate, I ye jjj fight the amendment and the

tion people of Marion showed we express-

ltra.ll..if Votl.e.. s cents per line for e,j their sentiments by a whopping
first insertion; 3 cents per line for each J
subsequent insertion. One change a big majority. And none OI those WHO
week allowed on readers without extra sustame( us then have expressed any
composition charges. r

I-gal advertisements at legal rates. I disapproval Since

We didn't need any ten-mill tax.

ftOTAHY f'MTIt PICNIC We don't need it now. We need bus

iness methods in school affairs, be

The members of the Ocala Rotary ginning with the state superintendent

Club, their lady folks and some of and working down to district super
their friends had a good time at their visors.

picnic Wednesday evening. They a!- Why was Uncle Billy, who opposes

ways have good times at their picnics, bonds for every kind of public im

The picnic point on this occasion piovement, so anxious to stick an
was a nortion of tho Lake Weir shore. I additional 40 per cent tax on the

immediately in front of the pretty school patrons?
summer home of Mr. John Taylor. We do not know, but we have

Mr. Taylor not only gave the club guess. Two members of Uncle Billy's
free use of his premises, bathhouse household are school teachers. A ten ten-and
and ten-and pavilion, but he and Mrs. Taylor mill tax. Uncle Billy may have rea-

and Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Scott helped soned, would enable them to collect

out in a hundred ways to increase the 40 per cent higher salaries

comfort and cheerfulness of their Uncle Billy goes by the good book

guests. and the good book says that he who
All the Rotes went to the lake in doesn't look out for his own family

autoes, arriving about 5:30 to six p. is worse than an infidel.

m. Some went in bathing and otners uncle tsuiy is no innaei.
watched the interesting operation cf All you folks that hear Mr. Folks,
preparing supper. The committee on and then read the Star, can chew on
entertainment employed men to catch this awhile: A good juicy month's
fish and make supper ready, but the salary for two members of Uncle
Rote ladies just naturally had to turn Billy's family would amount to a
in and work on this last job them- whole lot more than Uncle Billy's

selves. The supper was prepared on J taxes for a year

the beach, where several competent

cooks and their helpers prepared the ANTHONY

fish, which were fresh out of the wa

ter, and cooked them beautifully in a Anthony. June 1. Miss Hattie Mil

big pot, half full of boiling lard. After iip.an. wno has been teaching school

two or three big panfulls were ready, in East Port) arrived home Monday,
the guests were called forward, each acc0mpanied by her sister. Miss Lillie,
furnished with plate, knife and fork who a been visiting in East Port

and told to go to it. After each had jacksonville.
received a ration of fish he or she was Mrs Voris of Indiana, is the guest
sent meandering on by two other big of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. O.
tables, each loaded down with good Havmaker.
things, to help his or herself to eve- jvjr G p Graham left Monday for
rything that suited the appetites. We hh, home in Washington, D. C.
can't remember all there was on the Mrs Theo Morrison of Jacksonville,
tables, we only know we made the formeriy Miss Erin Parchall, after a
round of them once, and took all ve pieasant visit here with Mrs. George
wanted, arid then went back for a pacteur Jr., left Thursday for home,
second trip just because the good Miss Claire Hamilton left Thursday
things seemed to be holding their for her home in Jacksonville, after a
hands out to be eaten. One particu- short visit with her grandparents. Mr.
larly noticeable fruit was the tomato, and Mrs s B Harrison and Miss
a lf.rge supply having been picked Julia Meadows.
from Lake Weir gardens a few hours Mr A B Moore left Monday to
before, when just ripe, and sent in continue his work at Sumica.
by the neighbors. They had been Mr wm McCall of White Springs,
cooled m ice and were firm and ull arrived in Anthony Monday, and will
of good taste. They were as much remain here during the shipping sea sea-superior
superior sea-superior to tomatoes bought at the gon
store, as fresh dairy milk is to the tin T'he many friends of Mn w H.
cow kind Anyone could have made a Webb of Oakland, formerly a merch merch-good
good merch-good meal on these tomatoes alone. ant in Anthony, will be very sorry in in-As
As in-As aforesaid, we cant remember all deed to learn of his deathf which oc
the billyfare. There was a large as- curred at his home in Oakland Thurs Thurs-sortment
sortment Thurs-sortment of cakes, pies and candy, all day morning. The writer does not
home-made We noticed that when one know the hour or place of burial but
lady would gaze upon a goody con- wishes to extend heartfelt sympathy
tributed by some other lady, she would to the bereaved ones
not begin to turn green, but her al- Mr and Mrs w. 'H. Martin and
ready bright eyes would glisten some daughter,. Louise, returned Saturday
more and her ruby lips moisten. Later from Fort McCoy, where they spent
m the evening it was demanded of us the week with relatives.

ix we nau wanieu a second piece oi Mrg A R Griffin and daughter,
pie, and we had to sadly answer that Miss Donnie Griffin, returned home
all the second pieces were eaten oe- Saturday from Jacksonville. Mrs.
fore we finished our first. Griffi who went to Jacksonville for

lfl;.TA na" manuiacuir- treatment is very much improved.

u.g ineu nan an me wine, un one Quarterly meeting was held at the
occasion when there was a crowd Methodist church Saturday and Sun-
around the pot, one Rote who had d A d crowd attended services
about half of a good-sized fish put on and e d dinner on the grounds

group until he thought his ration was T,D ;n k0 o Qf fK M

coo enough then slipped it m his hip E church next Sunday at n 0,clock

M T. rr uul K.. e,tur. "" Everyone invited to attend

Wacahoota, June 2. The farmers

are glad to see a few fair days and
are all busy trying to kill grass.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mixon, Dr.
G. Mixon and children of Gaines

ville, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Phiney of

Raleigh and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald of Jacksonville, were guests to
dinner of Mrs. Elvin Bruton Sunday.

The shipping of cucumbers and

beans is about over and the thrifty
housewives are busy canning beans

and making pickles.

Miss Gladys Limbaugh of Meredith

and Miss Cornelia Dollar of Gaines

ville spent several days last week
visiting Mrs. Elvin Bruton.

Mrs. William Hardee and two chil

dren spent last week at Highland,
visiting relatives.

Messrs. Neal and Oliver Mathews

of Flemington and Misses

Gary A. Hardee, Candidate
for Governor, Will Speak to the
People of Marion County at
the Bandstand on the Public
Square, in Ocala, Monday Even Evening,
ing, Evening, June 7. Let all Come Out
and Hear the Man who Be

lieves in Equality Before
Law for All Men.

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Political Advertisement

WALTER C. CMEPLE 1

Anthony, Florida
Candidate tor
Tax Assessor of Marion County
If elected will be fair and impartial and serve
you without fear or favor.
I will appreciate your support on JUNE 8th

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CALVARY

Calvary, June 3. Miss Lottie Mor

Gladys rison has returned home from Pal

Limhaugh and Cornelia Dollar motor- metto, where she went to see her sis-

ed to Micanopy, Mcintosh and Evin- ter and family. She was accompanied

ston Wednesday afternoon. home by her sister, Mrs. D. A. Fort

Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Bruton enter- and Elizabeth and Helen Fort

tamed a number of their young friends Among those in Ocala Saturday

at a party Wednesday night in honor were Mrs. L. L. Home, Mr. and Mrs

of their guests, Misses Limbaugh and Wilson and little son, John Jr.

i a a. a i

collar, jjancing to victroia music Mr Earf Crogby was the guest of

was one oi tne many pleasures oi uie Mn j w Morrison Sunday evening

evening. I Tro Hhvps nnrl Hantrhtpr of Orala

Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Smith werel onntW lHv mllpd on Mrs. J. W.

1 At TT ATi CtA. I

snoppmg in tne university vity aat

rison Saturday night and Sunday. She
returned to the city Sunday evening.
BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND
BUICKS

One 1918 Buick "6" Touring Car,

i A 1 shape.

One 1917 Buick "4" Roadster. Al
shape. AUTO SALES CO.,
Phone 348. Mack Taylor. 31-6t

urday.

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith, Mrs. V.
P. Smith and Mrs. M. R. Beck attend attended
ed attended the sale at Wilson's big store in

Gainesville last Friday.

Mrs. J. O. Tyson and children were

shopping in Gainesville Saturday.

Dr. O. Kelley of Gainesville preach preached
ed preached an interesting sermon here Sunday

afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Curry and
daughter, Miss Thelma were shopping

in Micanopy Saturday afternoon.

Dr. E. B. Howell, Mr. and Mrs.
Lute Howell and Houston Calhoun

went to Raleigh and Archer Sunday

afternoon.

Mrs. W. J. Morris of High Springs,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

C. M. Smith this week.

Mr. and Mrs. J. U. smitn were

shopping in Micanopy Monday.
ORANGE SPRINGS

Morrison Sunday evening.

Mrs. D. A. Fort and daughter are

spending a few days with Mrs. Fort's

parents, and family.

Miss Fay Gillis and brother, Tilden

Gillis were in town Saturday.

Miss Lottie Morrison was visiting

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mor-

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 26 bushel sacks and up upward.
ward. upward. 27-12t

Advertising is almost a sure thing.

Wo X MEEIUCK I

FOR

Railroad Comnunmissioeer b

He was raised on the farm. He served
as Clerk of the Circuit Court four years
for Columbia County; He represented
good old Columbia in the Florida Legis Legislature
lature Legislature in 1917 and 1919. He believes in

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Political Advertisement

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Read the Star Want Ads. It pays

other helping. He received it all right,
but in the meantime found the piece in

his pocket wasn't as cool

as.

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Mrs. D. E. Knoblock of Martin

snpnt Inst, wppk in Anthonv with her

ne mother, Mrs. Eva Forbes.

Mr. G. M. Brown of Moore Haven,

is in Anthony this week.

Misses Sydney Mae and Pearl

Johnson and Beatrice Mims spent Fri

day and Saturday with Mrs. E. C.

Jordan of Ocala, going over especially
to attend Miss Gamsby's recital Fri

day night.

Quite a number of Anthony people
attended the said recital and enjoyed

it very much.

Messrs. A. S. Johnson, R. E. Lind-

sey and Earl Boyd are attending court

in Ocala this week.

Mr. Brince Burts left Tuesday for

Sumica.

MILK STATIONS

we receive swhiLT every
morning from one of the most
SANITARY DAIRIES in this county.

Quarts 20c.
Pints 10c.

On account of milk being a very
perishable article, we will make no
deliveries and for reason of the fact

that it is strictly a cash item, we will
sell it only on a cash basis. 4t
O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY.
U-SERVE GROCERY.

Orange Springs, June 3. We know
that summer is on by the arrival cf

summer visitors to the springs

Among the mare the family of Mr. J.

W. Townsend of Lake Butler. They

are in their summer house near the

springs. Mrs. G. W. Riles is at her
lovely home east of town. She spent

the winter in Valdosta with her

daughter, Mrs. Wood.

Mr. Cone and family of Lake But

ler have rented one of Dr. Parra-

mores houses for the summer.

Mr. Black and wife have rooms at

the home of Mr. Sears.

Mrs. J. W. McCarley of Winter
Garden is expected today to make a
few weeks' visit to her parents, Mr.

and Mrs. John Livingston.

Mrs. Chapman has moved into her

house south of town, recently pur

chased of Mrs. Gammage.

Misses Ethel and Gladys Hall have
returned to their home here. They

spent the winter at Winter Garden.

Mrs. Shield of Connellsville, Pa.,
has moved into her place on McCarthy

lake. She has land in preparation for

a large orange grove.

Mr. J. B. Hall is shipping okra, for
which he is receiving very fancy

prices.

Mrs. Anna Deluga leaves today for

her home in Waukegan.

Mrs. Zens will leave the latter part

of the wek for Palatka, where i-he

will make her future home.

Mr. W. H. Wimberly and bride have
returned from their wedding trip and
are now at home in Mr. J. R. Wimber-

ly's bungalow on Kelley street.

Rodman gave its annual Sunday

school picnic here two weeks ago.

Dr. H. W. Henry passed through
here a few days ago for Rodman,
where he had a professional call.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hall are the
proud parents of a fine boy who came
to their home last Thursday.
( Mr. A. H. Still has raised a fine lot
of snap beans this year and quite a
few of our people have bought a large
part of them for home canning.
MOSS BLUFF

SEEDS!
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
Read the ads. They'll save you coin.

Moss Bluff, June 3. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Griggs and children spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Cald Caldwell
well Caldwell of Electra.
Quite a number from Moss Bluff
attended the picnic at Electra Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. White and the
former's sister, Mrs. Blunt and chil children
dren children of Daytona, motored to Starkes
ferry Sunday and enjoyed a fish fry.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Griggs and
baby motored to Sanford Friday and
returned Sunday. They reported a
pleasant time.
. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Squires and
family left Wednesday for their home
in Hallesville, Ohio, after spending
the winter here.
Mrs. Ben Vaughn and daughter,
Emma Katherine, of Jacksonville, are
spending the week with the former's
cousin, Miss Martha Fort.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Fort and
daughter, Mrs. Ben Vaughn and baby
spent Sunday in Leesburg visiting
relatives and friends.
Messrs. Sam and Sidney Fort at attended
tended attended the picnic at Grahamville
Wednesday.
There will be a farmer's union meet meeting
ing meeting at the Moss Bluff school house
Friday evening at 7 o'clock.
SEEDS!

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

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Have you ever noticed the cloudy appearance ot Orange
Crush and Lemon-Crush while enjoying these rare-flavored
drinks ?
The reason for this cloudiness is also the reason for the
unequaled deliciousness of Orange-Crush and Lemon-Crush,
for it is caused by the uniform distribution throughout
the drinks of thousands of minute particles of the actual
fruit oil pressed from freshly-picked oranges and lemons
The interesting process which has made this possible was
perfected five years ago by N C Ward, and is exclusive
with Orange-Crush Company. It marks one of the greatest
steps forward ever taken in the preparation of soft-drinks,
for it brings to you, without preservatives, the pure, delights
fill flavors which have made oranges and lemons the favorite
fruits in every home. The cloudiness is your guarantee of
genuineness, flavor and quality.
The booklet, "The Story of Ward's Orange-Crush and
Lemon-Crush," gives full details regarding the making o
these drinks. It shows how the delicate flavors are obtained
by combining the fruit oils with purest granulated sugar and.
citric acid the natural acid of oranges and lemons.
Send for this free booklet today. You will better understand
why Orange-Crush and Lemon-Crush enjoy the largest sale
of any fruit-flavored drinks in the world.
in bottles or at fountains

Prepared bv Orange-Crush Company, Chicago
Bottled in Ocala by
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OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1920

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to you?
A clever sales talk
about an over-emphasized
feature
or just real tire
quality throughout
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anced balanced at every point
a composite, com complete
plete complete whole, which,
because of its quality
and scientific con construction,
struction, construction, gives maxi maximum
mum maximum service at low
cost per mile?

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If you must come
to Brunswicks for
complete satisfaction,
why not start
NOW with your
next tire?
Many motorists who
started with one and
kept its recordnow use
Brunswicks for complete
equipment.
You probably know
why.
Local Distributors
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VULCANIZING
Phono 178
Cor. Ocklawaha Ave. and Main
Ocala, Fla.

CALLED

OCALA

OCCURRENCES

If you have any society items,
phone five-one.

Mr. II. V. Iee of Eastlake was a
business visitor in town today.

Miss Annie Rooney will arrive in
Ocala the fir.-.t of next week to make
her home with her mother.

All the circles of the Methodist
church had a delightful time today
punieing at .Silver Springs.

Mr. and Mrs. Hi Perkins have re

turned from a delightful six
visit with relatives in Texas.

weeks

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

Mr. Jake I'rown returned yester yesterday
day yesterday afternon from a several weeks'
business trip to points on the east
coast.

Miss Mary Shephard has been the
guest of Mrs. E. A. Osborne during
the absence of her uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. John Edwards in Tallahassee.

Mrs. A. C. Price has returned home
from a pleasant visit with friends at
Sanford. Mr. Price motored to- San San-ford
ford San-ford the first of the week to accom accompany
pany accompany his wife 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
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. McGuire were
among the prominent visitors from
Ocala stopping yesterday at the Hillsr Hillsr-boro
boro Hillsr-boro while in the city on a shopping
and pleasure trip. Tampa Tribune.
Mrs. Logan Ewell after a brief but
pleasant visit in the city with her
cousin, Mrs. J. C. Johnson, left this
afternoon for her home at London,
Ky., after a winter spent in Eustis
and Orlando.

Rev. W. F. Creson has received the
glad news that his new and only son
arrived at Augusta, Ga., last Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning. He goes tomorrow
morning to make the acquaintance of
the little junior.

Rev. R. L. McNair, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, who" arrived this afternoon to
assist this evening at the installation
of Rev. W. F. Creson, is being enter entertained
tained entertained by Dr. and Mrs. II. W. Henry
at their beautiful home on Oklawaha
avenue.

Gift stationery and books for grad

uation gifts. THE SPECIALTY
SHOP, A. E. Gerig. 29-Ct

Rev. W. A. Cleveland, pastor of the

Springfield Presbyterian church, of

Jacksonville, is the honored guest of

Mr. and Mrs. George MacKay at their
charming Home. Mr. Cleveland will
preach the sermon at the installation
tonight at 8 o'clock of Rev. W. F.
Creson.

Rev. J. G. Venable, pastor of the

Riverside Presbyterian church of

Jacksonville, is the guest of Mrs. and

Miss McDowell at their handsome

home on Fort King avenue. Mr. Ven-

abel is here to assist this evening in
the installation of Rev. W. F. Creson.

Jan. 1st, 1921, and all the fees are to
be turned into the general fund and
the clerks' salary to be paid therefrom
by the board of county commissioners,
that he is going to turn in not less
than $2000 net per annum and maybe
considerable more to the general fund.
This is a thing we have long looked
for and will relieve the burdens of the
taxpayers considerably and a matter
worthy of every one's attention. Let's
give Connor a trial on this. (Political
advertisement). d4t-wlt
THIS DATE IN HISTORY

June 3. 1920 Sid Whaley's store
w a 5- closed today.

LAUNCH PARTY

Mr. and Mrs. Weller Carmichael
wer the genial and hospitable host and
hostess to a most enjoyable launch
ride down Silver Springs run as a
farewell compliment to Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Van Horn and Mr. and Mrs. A.
L. Van Horn and daughters, Misses
Leona, Myrtle and Thelma Van Horn,
who leave for their respective homes
in Jackson, Miss., on June 8th.
The merry and congenial party left
the springs about 2 o'clock on one of
Mr. Ed Carmichael's comfortable and
attractive launches, and after a love lovely
ly lovely ride of about twenty-five miles
dewn the run, a stop was made and
a bountiful and appetizing supper
wn served and greatly enjoyed by all
present. Shortly afterwards the
party returned home by moonlight,
voting this occasion one of the hap happiest
piest happiest of their lives.
The Van Horns have been in Ocala
for the past eighteen months and
have made many friends who trust
that they will at some time in the
future return to Ocala to permanently
reside. They expect to have a pleas

ant trip home. They will take he
boat from Jacksonville to New York
art: will visit Washington, Albany,
Niagara Falls and Detroit.

During Mr. J. E. Van Horn's resi residence
dence residence in Ocala he has been an em employee
ployee employee of Mclver &. MacKay, and was
one of the most popular men connect connected
ed connected with that firm, wher he will be
vcrv much missed.

MILK STATIONS

e receive SWEET MILK every
morning from one of the most
SANITARY DAIRIES in this county.
Quarts 20c.
Pints 10c.
On account of milk being a very
perishable article, we will make no
deliveries and for reason of the fact
that it is strictly a cash item, we will
sell it onlv on a cash basis. 4t
O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY.
U-SERVE GROCERY.

COW PEAS; COW PEAS

lion and Clay Peas mixed $G.23;
Whippoorwiil -0.2."; Whippoorwill
mixed ?0; Red Kipper $C25; Cream
Crowtler .$0.2 bu. These prices for
2 bu. sacks. Send orders at once to
James L. Dean, Orlando, Fla. 27-1 2t

Have you joined the 400? Ask
Albert Gerig.
I am attending the op op-'
' op-' '"-v; tometric association this
&P- week' in the interest of
3r sj'r your eyes, so that I can
give yp" the benefit of
ur-to-the-minute service and knowl knowledge.
edge. knowledge. DR. K. J. WEI HE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesigiit Specialist

Veronica prle Water
BOTTLES, C0c.; Case of 12 Bottles. $6.60
As a Spring Tonie and Blood Purifier and Co
Cool the Blood for the Summer It
Has No Equal
IT WILL REMOVE THE CAUSE OF CHRONIC CONSTIPATION,
STOMACH AND LIVER TROUBLES
West Pal:n Beach, March 6, 1920.
Jaundice Six years ago Hon. Joe L. Earman, now president of
State Board of Health of Florida, recommended the use of Veronica
Water for jaundice, and it cured me. Send me another case as a spring
tonic, blood purifier and liver regulator. GEO. O. BUTLER,
Clerk Circuit and County Court, Palm Beach County.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 23. 1920;
As a minister of the gospel, I have always had a feeling that men
of my calling should not allow their name to be associated with ad advertising,
vertising, advertising, but when a thing is so good, and one knows that it is from
experience, he should say so for the benefit of suffering humanity.
Having used "Veronica Water," I do not hesitate to say that, in my
opinion, it is the best natural medicinal spring water in the world for
removing the poisonous toxins that cause rheumatism renal calculi,
stomach, liver and kidney troubles that arise from lack of proper
elimination. W. A. HOBSON,
Pastor First Baptist Church, Jacksonville, Fla.
HONEST PROPOSITION
We give results the first day and you pay after. Whila oor rep representative
resentative representative is in town we will send any responsible party a ca of the
water, which they can use ten days (about three bottles) arid if sot
as represented, it can be returned and there will be no charge for the
watr used.
YOU CAN HAVE A CASE ON TRIAL IF YOU LEAVE YOUR
NAME AND ADDRESS WITH
Anti-Monopoly Drug Co., j. e. PARRisn. Prep.
Phone 123 Ocala, FlcriSa
THE VERONICA MEDICAL SPRINGS WATER COMPANY,
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The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.

J. B. Horrell will regret to learn that

they will in a couple of weeks leave
Ocala to make their home at WThitney,
where Mr. Horrell will be the man manager
ager manager of the Whitney Brick & Mfg. Co.

Mrs. E. A. Snowden and children

and Miss Mallie Stone left this morn

ing for a visit at the home of Mrs.

Snowden's. father at Brandon. They

will visit friends and relatives at

Plant City, Lakeland and Tampa.

They expect to be away about three

weeks.

Six Years Ago, Thinking She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, But Now

She Is s Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardui For
Her Recovery.

Royse pity, Tex. Mrs. Mary KI1 KI1-man,
man, KI1-man, of this place, says; "After the
birth of my little glri...my side com commenced
menced commenced to hurt me. I had to go back
to bed. We called the doctor. He
treated me... but I got no better. I
got worse and worse until the misery
was unbearable... I was In bed for
three months and suffered such agony
that I was just drawn up In a knot. .
I told my husbnnd if he would get
me a bottle of Cardul I would try It. .
I commenced taking It, however, that
evening I called my family about
me... for I knew I could not last
many dr.jr.s unlesa I had a change for

the better. That was six years ago

and I am still here and am a well,

strong woman, and I owe my life td
Cardui. I had only taken half tha
bottl when I began to feel better.
The misery In my side got les3... 1

continued right cn taking the Cardul

until I had taken three bottles and I

did not need any more for I was well

and never felt better In my life... I

have never had any trouble from that

day to this."

Do you suffer from headache, back

ache, pains in sides, or other discom

forts, each month? Or do you feel
weak, nervous and fagged-out? If ao,
give Cardui, the woman's tonic, a

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Have you joined the 400? Ask

Albert Gerig.

Mr. and Mrs. John Edwards and

daughters, Misses Ava Lee and Mar

guerite Edwards, are expected to ar

rive home this afternoon from Talla

hassee, where Mr. and Mrs. Edwards

went to attend the graduating exer

cises of the Woman's College, at which

Miss Ava Lee Edwards was one of

the graduates. They made the trip

in their handsome new Studebaker

.touring car.

The many friends that Miss Fay

Lange has made during her visit in

the city with Mrs. Paul Simmons, will

regret to learn that she sustained a

bac fall at Silver Springs Tuesday

afternoon, severely hurting her foot

This accident prevented her departure

for home yesterday, and while her
frinds are glad to have her remain for

a longer visit they are grieved to have

had this misfortune the cause of it.

Gauritoirdl Mflir Tradk
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A number of Thoroughly Rebuilt Used Cars on hand, several makes.
Roadsters and Five and Seven Passenger Touring Cars.

THE WINDSOR HOTEL
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
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Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
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ROBERT M. MEYER,
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J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.

The Hooper barber shop on Fort
King avenue is gaining in popularity

every day, and as a consequence an

other chair has been installed, which

is in charge of Boyd Woodies, who
arrived a few days ago from Louis Louisville,
ville, Louisville, Ky. Only a short time ago a
"beauty parlor" was added to the.
establishment. This department is in
charge of Miss Mavis Faircloth, an
expert in the line of manicuring and
hairdressing. A special equipment
has also been installed for doing work
for children. All these innovations
make the Hooper shop a real up to
date place and the public is showing
its approval by the constant increase
in patronage.

C. E. Connor, candidate for clerk
of the circuit court, is telling the peo people
ple people that if elected clerk he will work
hard to make the office a success, and
will do most of the work himself and
as the office goes on a salary basis on

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ILAR SIM-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

RATES Six line minimum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c.; six times
75c; one month. $3. Payable in ad-
FOR RENT Furnished apartment,
private bath, to rent for summer
months. No children. Very reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. Call Phone 332. 29-tf
FOR RENT
Seven room house, fur-
nished; until October 1. Two blocks
from courthouse. Address, MR,"
care Star office, or cal phone 544. 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
anteed or money returned. Price
35c 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
tine; two bedrooms, reception hall,
dining room with kitchenette, use
oi uam room on same uour; oy uie
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your orders to Smoak's Shop. Phone
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FURNITURE, ETC. I buy and sell
Second-hand furniture. Experts put
it in good condition before re-sell-
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mowers, enamelware. etc. J. fl.
Hunter, 310, 312, 314 S. Main St. tf
run HAL,tu lwenty-nve acres on
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FOR SALE House and lot with all
latest improvements; Ford tru;k;
rock face cement block machine;
also second hand lumber 2xl0's 18
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for cash. Carl Wenzel, 702 Wyo-
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TAYLOR THE HAT MAN Beats
the high cost of living. Get your old
hat made like new. Panamas, Leg
horns and all straws cleaned and
bleached. Telephone me at the
Florida House. l-12t
LOST Between Lake Weir and
Ocala Sunday afternoon a bunch of
keys with my identification tag at-
tached. Reward to finder by return-
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Mac Kay's. 2-3t
WANTED Young lady of neat ap-
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and opportunity for advancement
to party with ambition who desires
to be independent. If looking for
a place to er.tertam iriends or
beaux, please don't apply. The
Blake Studio. 1-tf
NOTICE
On account of our Saturday's rush,
we will make a change in our check
ino counter so that our customers will
not have to wait so long when being
checked out.
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tiarns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub
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anteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
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Jacksonville
1:30 pm
4:Cu pm
2:15 am
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4:35 pm
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ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R. Pub,lc Welfare at Stake.
Leave Arrive Men lvestlas money in business ln-
2:liJpm JacksonvilleNYork 3:15 am Jure the public welfare when they
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm profiteer. We call It robbing the con-
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm sumer. How much greater the iar
3:18 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am ceny when the excess profits come
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm sweftt C( the producers 1
T7; SSS.llMpm ss should nestlyorganlxe
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm P"1 stock of corporation
10:13pm Leesburg 6:42 am should repesent money actually in-
4:45 pm Gainesville ll:50-am vested. The investors are entitled to
"Monday, Wednesday, Friday. ,a reasonable interest on their invest invest-"Tuesday,
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ROBLEMS FACING
STRICKEN WORLD

Shall Chaos or Reconstruction
in Europe Follow the Great
World War7
DAWN OF THE "NEW ORDER"
Relations Between Employer and Em- ;
ployec. Bated on 8ound Human
Ethics, Replacing Doctrine of
Force, Is the Only Hope.
Article XXXIII.
By FRANK COMERFORD.
The "New Order" Is coming. The
world must prepare for It. The peo-
td f.Dd hSe ?h OPP"e any i
cnange' must surrender to the ma
jority. America shoulu be the first
country to recognize the need of a
change.' The building of the "New
Order" should be done with the heads
and by the hands of all classes.
Collective bargaining and profit
sharing will be part of the "New Or
der." If the business men of America
do not co-onerntP tn hri Knf i
letlve bargaining and profit sharing.
Deonla will resntf to fnroo
Charles M. Schwab, chairman of the
-w v a.
board of directors of the Bethlehem
Steel corporation, Is a captain of in
dustry with vision. He is a forward
looking American. He believes that
the basis of big business must be
founded on sound human ethics. The
other day he hit the nail on the head
when he said:
What the working men want is
recognition, appreciation and fellow
sniP- the duty of every business
maQ m the United States to see to it
ne largest possible opportunity
,or employment is given the greatest
llumDer of men.
"Through personal relationships
and the 'tone' of the business estab established
lished established on these principles, the rank
and file of men will come to know the
spirit of the management and there
will be no question of the loyalty of
the men to the management.
The kind of collective bargaining
that I believe in Is the one that recog
nizes the right of the men themselves
to choose their own fellow workmen
.nd wh.cb belle in ill
obligation of the compauw to treat
representatives Individually and
m1ImH.Iv with h. Kn
respect to which they are Justly en
titled.-
The working men must not be made
the slaves of business, they must be
made part of it. Political freedom.
liberty under the law, are robbed of
their meaning If men. are enslaved by
their work. It Is not enough to make
a man free before the law, hi must
be safe and free In his work. There
Is a difference between political free
dom and industrial freedom. Men are
entitled to both forms of freedom.
One thought is uppermost and almost
universal In the minds of the work
lag men of the world, and that Is that
they have not had a square deal.
agree with them. The evidence sup
porting their thought is overwhelm
lag. Men who give their lives to work
have a positive right to a voice In the
management of the business. This
riht must be recognized. Working
men know that until they are given
a TOlce their interests will be without
& spokesman and as a consequence
will be neglected. It lsnt a question
only of wages or hours of employ-
ment; the matter goes deeper. Men
want the pleasure and satisfaction of
being part of the business. They have
been only part of the business In the
tense that they sweat for it and give
their Uvea to 11
Partnership It the Solution.
Labor and Capital should be a part
nership. The two are like the blades
of a scissors ; separate and apart they
are meaningless and valueless. Joined
tegether, functioning harmoniously
taey are useful and necessary to the
worl1- 11118 Partnership Idea must be
pui into practice, xne product of tne
partnership must be more fairly di divided.
vided. divided. There is no ralnsaying the
fact that distribution has been en entirely
tirely entirely In the hands of the employers,
and they have been selfish, and the
workers have suffered. As President
If asayrlk put it to me one day : "Here
we have a pile of gold and a few
people In possession of It, wasting it
to their own injury and to the detri detriment
ment detriment of the world, while over here we
have the many living In wretchedness
and fear." Everywhere In Europe I
found progressive public men and forward-looking
men of big business ad admitting
mitting admitting that the working man has not
had a square deal.
There was a day In the world when
usury was not considered a social or
legal crime. Money-lenders Insisted
they had a light to loan their money
at any rate of Interest the borrower
was willing to pay. They Justified
taking advantage of the borrower's
necessity by arguing It was part of the
right of private contract. When
some saner minds urged that the state
had an Interest, that the public wel welfare
fare welfare was affected by the lender exact exacting
ing exacting the last pound of flesh, a great
cry went up that the sacred right of
private contract was being Invaded ;
that the liberty of man's relation with
man was being violated. Yet tbf
laws against usury came, and be
have remained. These laws InsUt
that a lender shall be limited In th
amount he receives as Interest on his
loans. Today everyone concedes the
morality, the humanity and the Justice

"rainy day." They are entitle! to
set aside a percentage of the earning
to replace the capital Invested. After
this Is done the balance belongs to
the workers. Into the business they
have put their lives; out of the bus!

' ness they should get more than a llv-
lng. Their lives are lived In their i
work. thy have a right to a say ia
their own lives.
No one that I have met has the
plans and specifications for the "New
Order." but everyone has In mind the
general outline. The government, the
working men and the employers
should co-operate In making the plan,
7 .
Industrial conference recentlv called
a Kitri in in nenr nireriinn is rn
by the president. In the Dreliminarv
statement of this conference, we find
much cause for hope. They have pre presented
sented presented a plan looking to the settle settlement
ment settlement of industrial disputes by arbi arbitration.
tration. arbitration. The plan Js tentative In form,
the framework for the completed
structure. It contemplates the estab establishment
lishment establishment of a national industrial court
of nine members, located In Washing-
ton, with the functions of a court of ap-
i peals, to determine disputes referred
to It. The country Is divided Into re
glons, wltn regional boards of In Inquiry
quiry Inquiry and adjustment, to which may
be submitted controversies between
employers and employees for settle settlement.
ment. settlement. The chairmen of these dis
putants will have equal representa representation
tion representation on the board. To insure confi
dence In the boards the members are
to be picked from panels of employ
ers and employees submitted by the
secretary of commerce and the secre secretary
tary secretary of labor, similar to Jury panels
prepared for the courts. Each side
shall lf entitled to a specific number
of challenges, and the verdicts of the
Industrial Juries must be by unani
mous vote.
For the Justice of Right.
It is not compulsory arbitration. It
is a plan by which employers and em employees
ployees employees may settle their differences on
merit rather than by force. It has
an -advantage over the settlement of
Industrial disputes by the strike, in
that production will not be stopped,
class hate will not be developed. The
Justice of right rather than the force
of might will settle questions. This
machinery will give public opinion a
chance to act Intelligently and effec effectively.
tively. effectively. An Interesting paragraph reads :
"Whenever an agreement Is reachedby
the parties to a dispute, or a deter determination
mination determination Is announced by a regional
board of adjustment, or by an umpire,
or by the national Industrial tribunal,
the agreement shall have the full
force and effect of a trade agreement
which the parties to the dispute are
bound to carry out."
We are facing the east. The new
day Is breaking. A better under understanding
standing understanding between employers and em employees
ployees employees is in sight. Let no one stand
In the way of compromise and conces concession.
sion. concession. To avoid entangling alliances It Is
not necessary to abandon Europe. To
put an end to war, some open agree agreement
ment agreement of nations is necessary. Secret
treaties must cease; the new inter
nationalism must be a covenant in
suring the democracy of the world
America's place is in the vanguard
of the movement toward the "New
Order." We are a world power; we
cannot escape our place and our re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility In the family of nations.
I am sure we do not want to. Our
foreign policy is "America for Amer
leans and All for Humanity." The
cieed f our house is "Man Is His
Brother's Keeper."
(Copyright Western Newspaper UnloaX
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec
ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sov
ereigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
KNltiHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala, Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the Castle Hall over the G
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
W. M. Parker, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. & S.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29. O. E. S
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolen
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four Tuesday eve
nir.gs of each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Miller, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19. F. &. A
M.. meets en the tir.t and third
Thursday evt-nings of each month a
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
Jake Iiiuwn, Secretary.
A. L. Lucas. W. M.
R. A. M. CHA1TER No. IT
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M.. on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
U. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F..
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the old Star office building at 7:30 p.
n. A warm welcome always extended
a visiting brothers.
C. W. Moremen, N. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary.
Have you joined the 400?
Albert Gerig.
Ask

LATEST LOCALS
Temperature this morning, 67; this

afternoon, 89.
United States Marshal Boswell is
in town today, shaking hands with his
many friends.
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every
thing we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Everyone is cordially invited to at-
i tend the installation of Rev. W. F.
Creson at the
Presbyterian church
this evening at 8 o'clock.
Mr. J. A. Williams of Citra is a
weil known business visitor in town
today.
Mr. E. W. Davis and Judge Cheney,
prominent lawyers of Orlandoare in
town today attending to professional
business. Judge Cheney is the repub
lican nominee for senator.
Sid Whaley shut up his store to
day and went to the picnic. The town
is all stirred up about it. and some
excitable person has tied a bunch of
crape on Sid's door.
There is too much unnecessary dis dispute
pute dispute about the pretty boy we referred
to yesterday in the cast of "Niobe,
All Smiles," to be produced by the
young high school folks at the Tem
ple tomorrow night. We have been
asked by a number who it is. That's
for us to know and you to find out.
The best way to find out is to buy a
ticket and go see the show. The cur-
tain goes up at 8:30.
Syrup Hppophosphites Compound,
pint bottles, one dollar per bottle, two
bottles for $1.01 at Gerig's One Co-it
Sale June-flth, 10th and 11th. tf
Rheinauer & Company will enter
tain all of "their employees and their
wives, husbands and children with a
aunch ride down the Oklawaha river
his afternoon and a sumptuous lunch
will be served late in the afternoon.
They are anticipating a jolly good
time, and no better time could have
been selected for the "moon is -at its
best just now for such occasions.
Red Cedar Compound 25 cents tne
package, two for 2G cents, on June 9,
10 and 11th at Gerie's One Cent
Sale. tf
We hear there is a move on foot to
raise money to pay the fines of the f
women shoplifters sentenced yester
day. This is hysterical damphoolish-
ness. Judge Bullock has helped the
women all they deserved by giving
them as light sentence as the law al
lows. If you raise money and pay
them out, they will laugh at you for
fools and go on with their criminal
career. If you want to help a worn-
an, help a good one. We know a
faithful and efficient teacher who has
worked hard and worked well for nine
months, and has barely enough to pay
her fare home. And she has to go to
school this summer, to keep up with
her work. Raise a hundred dollars
for her; she not only needs but de
serves it. There are several women
in town who work constantly for the
sake of others. Raise money ami
send them away for a vacation. That
will be real help for humanity. Let
the thief-ladies take their medicine;
it's just what they need.
FISHERMEN FOR HARDEE
Cedar Key, Fla., June 3, 1920.
Editor Star: The Florida Fisher
men's Association has had under con
sideration the importance of the se
lection of a competent and suitable
man for the next governor of Flor
ida, at the democratic primary election
next Tuesday, June 8th, who the fish
ermen can depend on to safeguard and
represent their interests for the net
four years.
At a convention of this association
it was unanimously agreed that we
would support Cary A. Hardee for
governor, and pledged him our hearty
support. We know Mr. Hardee to be a
man of ability and integrity, and we
feel sure that he will labor for the
advancement of this vast industry as
well as to protect those engaged in it.
John A. Stapleton,
Pres. Fla. Fishermen's Association.
SAVED MONEY
We heard a lady remark that she
saved $2.50 in a week by shopping at
this store. Another said. "Oh, I like
it reminds me of a city store. Ocala is
citified and why not have a citified
store." 3t U-SERVE GROCERY.
MILK STATIONS
We receive SWEET MILK every
morning from one of the most
SANITARY DAIRIES in this county.
Quarts 20c.
Pints 10c.
Pints 10c.
On account of milk being a very
perishable article, we will make no
deliveries and for reason of the fact
that it is strictly a cash item, we will
sell it only on a cash basis. 4t
O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY.
U-SERVE GROCERY.
WANTED At once, young, stroug
mule, medium size. Clifford Orange
Ci rove. Co., Citra. Fla. 3-lt
Wm. A. Tinsman
Contractor
Brick and Plastering
Tile and Marble Flooring
Specialties
215 Filth St. Phone 526
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. II. SPENCER

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the Prices are Consistent with the Cost of Same.

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We Maintain an Up-to-Date Garage with
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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 (he Square

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

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HUNTER'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 l.e l.e-fbre
fbre l.e-fbre placing you order.

TOPS New, covered, patched and coated with a patent wax paste
that makes old top absolutely waterproof.
AINTING Autos painted, striped and finished in the best of
material.
UPHOLSTERING We are prepared to give you satisfactory ser service
vice service in upholstering hacks, seat? or cushion.

TIRES, TUBES,

LET US REPAIR. PAINT AND UPHOLSTER YOLK CAR. SO
YOU ON ENJOY IT VOliRSEI.F OR SELL TO ADVANTAGE.

AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED
J. W. HUNTER
AnolQ SOUTH MAGNOLIA STREET R?f 0111
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Advertise arid get Results

W. R. PEDRICIi

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LONE
Issued on Cotton, Automobile, Etc
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Ptooine 298
GAS and OILS

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