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OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1919.
VOL. 2G, NO. 12G
All YORK BETTER
in PER CENT
OF OUR SOLDIERS
ALLIES III ARCTIC
All THAI ACHILLES
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Homer's Greatest Hero Would Have
Been a Piker Compared to the
Doughboy from Tennessee
Washington, May 24. Sergeant
Alvin C. York of Pall Mall, Tenn.,
wearing the congressional medal of
honor and the French Croix de Guerr,
called on Secretary Baker today, be being
ing being introduced by Congressman Hull
"You are a brave man. I congrat congratulate
ulate congratulate you' said the secretary.
Leaving the war department. Ser Sergeant
geant Sergeant York visited the White House,
meeting Secretary Tumulty.
HOW YORK WON HIS MEDALS
New York, May 24 Sergeant Alvin
C. York, of the 328th infantry, who,
at the head of a detachment of seven
men, killed 20 Germans, took 132
prisoners, including a major and three-
lieutenants and put 3G machine guns
out of operation, arrived here yester yesterday
day yesterday on the transport Ohioan wearing
the congressional medal of honor, and
the French Croix de Guerre. Sergeant
York's home is in Pall Mall, Tenn.,
and he was greeted on his arrival by
a committee from the Tennessee So Society
ciety Society of New York, who propose to
show him what the folks back home
think of him during his four days
stay in New York.
Sergeant York won his honors in
the Argonne drive last October. He
was then a corporal and was sent out
with a detachment of 16 men under
Sergeant Early to silence German ma machine
chine machine gunners who' were endeavoring
to protect the advance of a German
battalion. Sergeant Early and seven
of his men were almost immediately
killed and Corporal York took com command.
mand. command. He silenced machine gun after
machine gun and when he returned
with his prisoners the proposed Ger German
man German attack had ceased to be even a
Sergeant York will be the guest of
honor tonight at a banquet given by
the Tennessee society at which MaJ.
Gen. George S. Duncan, his former
division commander will speak. An Another
other Another guest will be Joseph Cummings
Chase, who painted a picture of Ser Sergeant
geant Sergeant York at the front by order of
The sergeant, who is an elder in
the Church of Christ and Christian
Union at Pall Mall, and who was for
a time listed as a "conscientious ob objector,"
jector," objector," declared it was "the hand of
God that guided us all and brought
about the victory."
"I feel a heap stronger spiritually
than when I went away," he said. "No
man could pass through what I have
without feeling that way."
Sergeant York said he was consid considering
ering considering entering the ministry but had
not yet determined on his future.
. Discussing the report that he was a
conscientious objector, the sergeant
."I was out on the field at Camp
Upton when a letter was received
from my pastor saying that I was a
'conscientious objector. I was not. I
don't approve of taking human life
unless it is necessary, but T consid considered
ered considered it necessary when my colonel and
my captain explained that the fight
was for democracy, the peace of the
world and for. humanity. Then I de determined
termined determined to fight."
From the Waldorf-Astoria, where
Sergeant York was installed, by his
friends, he talked over the long dis distance
tance distance telephone with his mother in
the little Pall Mall grocery store five
miles over the Kentucky border. After
greeting her, he sent his love to his
seven brothers and three sisters.
The first thing that met the eyes of
the Tennesseean when he was usher ushered
ed ushered into the room, which had been pre prepared
pared prepared for him, was a framed photo photo-graft
graft photo-graft of his mother on the bureau.
When he had finished the elaborate
dinner spread for him in the great
dining room of the Waldorf, Sergeant
York announced with satisfaction
"that's the first square meal I've had
Wow Is The Time
eSp Us Gie You Good Service
We need your help during this hot weather. Everybody is calling
for prompt service everybody needs OUR ICE.
Do your share be sure that the ice man is not delayed at your
home have the ice money or the coupon ready when he comes
make it as easy for us to serve your neighbor as you want us to
We know you will help us thank you.
safla lice & PacMmgj (Do.
Have Been Returned to- Civil Life and
Overseas Force Rapidly
Washington, May 24, Revised
plans for the return of the overseas
forces provide for the sailing of all
troops except regular divisions by
June 12th, General March announced
today. More than sixty per cent of
the American army has been returned
to civil life.
SIX BOATS SAILED TODAY
Brest, May 24. President Wilson's
ship, the George Washington, is not
expected to sail before June 1st. Of Officials
ficials Officials refuse to say whether they
have received orders from the presi president
dent president as to the sailing date. Six trans transports
ports transports sailed today with sixteen thou thousand
sand thousand troops, including the last con
tingents of the Eightieth division.
WAITING ON THE WEATHER
Flight of the NC-4 to Lisbon from the
Azores has Again Been
Washington, May 24. The flight
of seaplane 2C-4 from Ponta Delgada
to Lisbon was postponed again today,
cn account of unfavorable weather.
OCALA HIGH SCHOOL
Will be Held at the Temple Theater,
. 8:30 O'clock P. M May 26
Invocation: Rev. J. R. Herndon.
American Indian folk dance: Mamie
Sue Spencer, Dorothy Adams, Ade Ade-lade
lade Ade-lade Malever, Lucile Horne, Mary
Carolyn Logan, Fanita Cobb, India
Smith, Evelyn Hill.
Piano duet, Polonaise (Chopin):
Marie Robertson and Ruth Chaffee.
Welcome address: Leonard Wesson.
(a) Danish Mountain March, (b)
Humoresque: Margaret Hocker, Mary
C. Logan, Francis Mclver.
Address by Prof. H. R. Trusler,
dean of the law college, University of
Chorus, "Merry June": Girl's Glee
Delivery of diplomas by Rev. Smith
Chorus, Lullaby (Brahms): Girls'
Valedictory: Sara Herndon.
Quartet, (a) Absent, (b) O. H. S.
Farewell Song: James Melton, Cevie
Roberts, Sarah Dehon, Nat Mayo.
Benediction: Rev. Smith Hardin.
Leonard Allison Wesson, president;
Thomas Henry Wallis, vice president;
Loureen J. Spencer, secretary and
treasurer; Mamie Louise Henderson,
Cevie Madeline Roberts, Sara Eliza
Herndon, Marguerite Edwards, Ruth
Madeline Simmons, Mary E. Smedley,
Allen Tolar Hollinrake, Frances Free Free-land
land Free-land Carlisle.
Class motto: "La diligence vainc
i-Class flower: Sweet pea.
Class colors: Green and gold.
in over a year and it sure did taste
York had little to say about the
feat which won him the highest honor
medal his country could bestow.
"I kept my automatic in my right
hand all the time and my rifle in my
left and kept on 'firing, he said.
BROOM SPECIAL FOR
SATURDAY AND MONDAY
These brooms are made of good
quality broomi corn, strongly sewed
jand durable. Regular 75 cent and $1
brooms. Now to be had at 50 cents.
"Why Pay More?" B. GOLDMAN.
Pound paper, all colors, 50 cents a
pound. Envelopes to match 15 cents
per peckage, at the Anti-Monopoly
I Drug Store. 20-6t
Director Hines Says Railroad Admin Administration
istration Administration Needs a Mountain
Washington, May 24. More than
a billion dollars will be needed by
the railroad administration to finance
the railroads to the end of the year,
when government control ends. Direc Director
tor Director General Hines was undecided to today
day today whether to ask Congress for it
immediately or later in the session.
Washington, May 24. Chairman
Fordney, of the ways and means com committee,
mittee, committee, announced in the House today
that committee hearings would be
held soon with a view to completing
revision of the tariff, prior to which
the committee would consider the re repeal
peal repeal of various consumption taxes.
BAY LINE BOAT BURNED
(Associated Press j
Norfolk, May 24. The steamer
Virginia of the Old Bay Line, Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore to Norfolk, was burned to the
water's edge off Smith Point, in Ches Chesapeake
apeake Chesapeake Bay early this morning. The
survivors were picked up by other
THREE LIVES LOST
Baltimore, May 24. The steamer
Virginia carried 150 passengers and
a general cargo. The survivors reach reached
ed reached here this morning on other steam steamers.
ers. steamers. It is believed three negro fire firemen
men firemen perished with theship.
CARD OF APPRECIATION
To My Friends:
1 desire to extend my appreciation
cf the many kind expressions of my
friends and patrons in Marion county
over my recent fire loss. It is really
encouraging to learn that my patrons
so highly appreciate my efforts of the
past years, and it fills me with re renewed
newed renewed energy to go ahead and do my
best to warrant a continuance of this
kindly feeling toward me and my bus business
iness business efforts. I have purchased the
Smith Grocery Company's interests
and trust that I may be favored with
a continuance of the patronage of
this firm's customers. I shall make
every effort to give everyone first
class ervice, as I have always done in
the past. In changing to my new lo location
cation location on North Magnolia street there
will possibly be occasions when my
usual prompt delivery service may be
slightly hampered, but I ask you to
indulge with me in this for a few
days, when I believe things will be
running smoothly once ;more.
Proprietor O. K. Teapot Grocery.
CROM BOYS DOING THEIR BIT
The Ocala friends of the three sons
of former Postmaster and Mrs. Geo.
C. Crom will be glad to know that
they are all doing their bit. George
Curtis Crom is still a lieutenant in the
air service and is at present at the
University of Dijon, taking a special
course in the French language .and
military work. Will H. Crom is a
captain in the regular army, 31st In Infantry,
fantry, Infantry, now at Vladivistok, Siberia,
where he has command of 250 regu regulars.
lars. regulars. Frank R. Crom who enlisted as
private at the age of 17 years, is
now at Beaune, France, attending the
university and has been cited in gen general
eral general orders, as follows:
'Private First Class Frank R. Crom,
medical department, for faithful and
conscientious performance of duty
during the St. Mihiel and Meuse-
"(Signed): C. P. Summerall,
"Major General Confmanding."
All of these boys are in the regular
army with prospects of being trans transferred
ferred transferred to the United States in July or
August, although Captain Will Crom
may be returned to Camp Mills, Cor-
ngidor Island, P. I., where he was in
command before the war.
BROOM SPECIAL FOR
SATURDAY AND MONDAY
These brooms are made of erood
quality broom corn, strongly sewed
and durable. Regular 75 cent and $1
brooms. Now to be had at 50 cents.
Why Pay More?" B. GOLDMAN.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 8 p. m. every sec
ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sov
ereigns are always welcome.
W. W. Stripling, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M- meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock until further notice.
H. O. Cole, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
Federal B (?).
Ouija Boards at The Book Shop. 3t
A beautiful line of Graduaticn
Cards at "THE SPECIALTY SHOP."
A. E. Gerig. 16-tf
Poles and Esthonians Also Giving
the Bolsheviki Severe
Archangel, Friday, May 23. Am American
erican American railroad troops are playing an
important part in' the rapid advance
of the Allies southward along the
railroad. The artillery continues ac active
tive active but there is no serious fighting.
POLES TOOK LUTSK
London, May 24. Polish troops
have captured Lutsk, northeast of
Lemberg, from the Ukrainians, ac according
cording according to a Berlin dispatch, taking
two thousand prisoners and many
v ESTHONIANS CLOSING IN
Lonodn, May 24. Great fires and
leud explosions are reported in and
around Petrograd, according to the
Daily Mail's Helsingfors' correspon correspondent,
dent, correspondent, under a Thursday date line. It
is believed the Bolsheviki, pressed by
the Esthonian advance, are destroy destroying
ing destroying munitions. Machine gun firing
was also heard and it is reported that
the population has arisen against the
EIGHTH, GRADE EXERCISES
At the Temple Theater 10 Oclock A.
M May 26th
Swedish folk dance: Flora McKay,
Lillian Hyman, Mary Willis Johnson,
Norris Savage, Pearl Redding, Pansy
Reading, "Grandma's Photograph
Album": Marian Meffert.
Piano solo: Christine Close.
' May Day Adventures
A party of girls and boys on a pic picnic
nic picnic choose a May queen and go in
search of flowers with which to crown
her. While they are away, the fairies
and woodland elves enter and dance.
The children return and crown their
queen. Then various personified char characters
acters characters come to do her honor. After
their exit, children wind the Maypole,
then are visited by gypsy who tells
their fortunes and entices them away
on search for pot of gold hidden by a
miser. They drink from a drugged
spring and all fall asleep in enchant
Reading, "The Tell Tale": Thelma
Danish folk dance: Mamie Sue
Spencer, Dorothy Adams, Adelade
Malever, Fanita Cobb, Evelyn Hill,
India' Smith, Mary Carolyn Logan,
Children asleep on ground, discov
ered by fairies and elves who under
stand their plight and wishing to help
them, soon find a way to do so, and
then wake the children.
The children, lost and unable to
escape from the enchanted glade, are
directed by a voice and following it
they find their way out.
Fairy dance (in Scene?.): Margaret
Hocker, Mary Carolyn Logan, Frances
Companion readings, "I's Bad":
Mattie Bell Cameron; "I's Dood":
Children enter joyfully, having
found their, way to their Maypole.
They call the fairies, begging them to
come, so that they may see them just
once. The fairies enter, sing and
Children discover it is getting late
and, singing their good-night song,
they go hcae.
Fairies enter again and begin their
nightly revels by winding Maypole.
Reading, "Setting a Hen": Harring Harrington
ton Harrington Hall.
Delivery of eighth grade certificates
by Mr. L. W. Duval.
The following "are the characters in
the May Day adventures. All are
students of the eighth grade:
Rose, the queen, Annie MacKay;
Winnie, Thelma Smedley; Helen,
Brent Woods; Grace, Madge Pedrick;
Doris, Christine Close; Ellie, Dorothy
Percy, Francis Pasteur,; Cecil,
Hugh Chace; Arthur, Lindsay Trox Trox-ley;
ley; Trox-ley; Frank, James Knight; Guy,
James Ellis, Harold, Reese Hunnicutt.
Margaret Hocker, Marian Meffert,
Janet Culverhouse, Mabel Goldman,
Emmie Miller Haile. Mildred Crosby,
Sidney Cullen, Whildon Gilmore, Min Minnie
nie Minnie Slott.
J. W. Crosby, Lynn Hollinrake and
Hagar, the gypsy: Maud Parker.
Herald: Fred Dodd.
Balder as spring: Marion Lummus.
Spring flowers: Mildred Bullock and
St. Patrick's Day: Genevieve Haile.
Summer: Mea Dozier Haile.
Roses: Sophie Turch.
Sunflowers: Mary Woods.
Fourth of July: Joet Thomas.
Autumn: Clifton Setxon.
Chrysanthemum: Estelle Wilkes.
Thanksgiving: Mary Scott.
Hallowe'en: Josselyn Moorhead.
Nothing Left to Once Mighty Empire
but to Sink to a Fourth Fourth-Class
Class Fourth-Class Nation
Paris, May 24. The treaty to be
presented to Austria will be consider considered
ed considered at a plenary session of the peace
conference Tuesday and laid before
the Austrian delegation probably
Wednesday. Austria's army is to be
reduced to fifteen thousand men, vir virtually
tually virtually all military supplies are to.be
surrendered or destroyed and further
military production is abolished. All
warships are to be surrendered and
Austria's position as a naval power
IRISH CANT GET IN
Paris, May 24 Representatives of
American-Irish societies leave today,
having failed to secure the assent of
British authorities for a hearing for
Professor DeValera and other repre representatives
sentatives representatives of the Irish republic.
CHEWING THE RAG
Paris, May 24. (Havas Agency.)
Count von Brockdorff-Rantzau, head
of the German mission and his' col colleagues
leagues colleagues conferred yesterday at Spa
with German leaders and later left for
FRENCHMAN WILL FLY
' Paris, May 24. Lieut. Roga, a
French aviator, expected todoy to be begin
gin begin his flight from Paris to Morocco,
thence from Dakar to Brazil, if con conditions
ditions conditions are favorable.
STRIKES IN SPAIN
Paris, May 24. Severe rioting oc occurred
curred occurred Friday at Bilbao, Spain, where
13,000 factory workers are striking,
according to a Madrid wireless. Fire
broke out during the rioting, causing
JOHN BARLEYCORN'S FRIENDS
ON A FINAL JAG
Columbus, May 24.-Although con constitutional
stitutional constitutional prohibition does not be become
come become effective in Ohio until Tuesday,
the state becomes practically dry at
midnight to day, the end of the license
year. Farewell parties for John, Bar Barleycorn
leycorn Barleycorn will be given tonight in prac practically
tically practically every wet center.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
According to Both Railroad and Local
Seaboard Air Line
R. R. Time (Northbound) Local Time
t( Sunny Jim): For Wilcox, Mon Monday,
day, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
t( Sunny Jim):For Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ttDaily except Sunday from Wil Wilcox.
cox. Wilcox. For Homosassa.
Ar. Lv. Ar.
l:53p No. 48 12:53p
6:45p No. J150 5:45p
10:48p No. t32 9:48p
4:45d No. ft 140
ttDaily except Sunday for Wilcox.
t( Sunny Jim): From Wilcox, Mon Monday,
day, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
t( Sunny Jim): From La eland,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Ar. Lv. Ar. Lv.
l:00p No. 71 12:00p
l:41p l:56p No. 4
4:07p 4:07p No. 16
2:50a 2:55a No. 2
Atlantic Coast Line
(Main Line Northbound)
Ar. Lv. Ar. Lv.
6:42a 6:42a No. 10 5:42a 5:42a
l:25p l:45p No. 40 12:25pl2:45p
2:12a 2:12a No. 8 1:12a 1:12a
(Main Line Southbound)
Ar. Lv. Ar. Lv.
3:16a 3:16a No. 37 2:16a 2:16a
3:35p 3:35p No. 39 2:35p 2:35p
10:13pl0:13p No. 9 9:13p 9:13p
Ar. Lv. Ar.
7:10a 7:10a No. fl51 6:10a
7:40a 7:40a No. 35 6:40a
11:50a No. ttl41 10:50a
3:25p No. 49
King Winter: George Leak.
Frost Sprite: Nellie Olds.
Aurora: Edna Hall.
Christmas Spirit: Jess Dehon.
Music: Dorothy Spencer.
Attendants: Mary Brooks, Marion
Meffert, Clifton Sexton, Mildred Cros
by, Margaret Hocker, Jess Dehon.
Two members of the class, Edward
and Paul Snowden, were obliged to
leave school recently and gave up the
parts assigned to them. However, by
studying after their day's work, they
have kept up their class work, and are
taking examinations with the class
and will probably receive diplomas
with their classmates.
we nave a luny supply oi cans,
canners and canning supplies. Clark-
sen Hardware Co. Phone 417. 22-9t
Marion County, in this Last Drive, is
Not Coming Up to Its
Marion county is not coming to the
front as is her usual custom in her
subscriptions to the Salvation Army
fund now being raised. Those in
charge of the campaign are working
hard and should be given the support
that has always heretofore been giv given
en given every worthy cause by our people.
See one of the committee members
and sign up, whether the subscription
be a large or small one. It is almost
impossible for the committee to see
everyone individually, so if you have
not yet been approached make it your
business to phone either Mr. Frank
Harris or some member of his com committees.
mittees. committees. This movement has the
hearty endorsement of President
Wilson and other prominent men all
over the world, and to let Marion
county lag behind in the matter of
support would be a caalmity.
The members of the petit jury for
this week in the circuit court were
Messrs. J. F. Folks, L. B. Griggs, W.
A. Knight, Frank Callison. Tom Proc Proctor,
tor, Proctor, W. J. Mixon, T. C. Brassell, I. W.
Perkins, J. P. Ausley, E. B. Lytle, J.
M. Smith and Stephen Jewett.
Following are the criminal cases
State vs. Will Johnson, grand lar-
ency; found guilty.
State vs. Elliott Smith, grand lar-
cency; found guilty and sentenced to
state prison for 18 months.
State vs. Ansell Richardson, lar
ceny of a cow; found guilty and sen
tenced to two years.
State vs. Charles Kingcade. Case
State vs. Hugh Kingcade, pled
guilty; fined 100 or sentenced to one
years m prison.
State vs. Thomas Gandy, et. al.; not
State vs. L. T. Rogers, transporting
diseased hogs; found guilty and fined
$250 and cost or one year in prison.
State vs. Dixie Galman, breaking
and entering; found guilty and sen
tenced to three years in prison.
State vs. Willie Johnson, assault to
murder; found guilty and sentenced to
one year in prison or fine of $100.
State vs. Roosevelt Adams, break breaking
ing breaking and entering; pled guilty and fined
$75 or one year in prison.
State vs. Will Johnson, found guilty
and fined $1.50 or one year in prison.
NOTICE TO U. D. C.
All members are requested to at
tend the funeral services of Dr. W. P.
Wilson, father of Mrs. E. L. Carney,
at the Carney residence. The hour of
the funeral has not yet been appoint
ed. Mrs. W. W. Harriss.-
President U. D. C.
The bus line between Ocala anSL the
springs has been resumed for the
summer to run Sundays and Thurs
The feature picture at the Temple
tonight will be "The Little White
Savage," with charming Carmel My
ers as leader. One of those entirely
amusing Sunshine comedies will be "on
the screen, and an International
News eight reels in all; two hours
entertainment and instruction.
Mr. G. Hamilton Martin Jr., assist
ant pathologist in the office of plant
disease survey of the federal depart
ment of agriculture, was in the city
today. He is assisted by Drs. Stevens
and Sherbakoff of the Florida Experi
ment Station. They are on a survey
of the state, and are giving particular
attention at this time to diesases of
the potato. Mr. Martin impresses
those who meet him as an alert and
competent young man.
W. K. Lane, M. D Physidan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Lar Library Building, Ocala, t
Florida. tf J
il;i 'XfrWs mm .vr.-r
Other Sections Having Taken Advant Advantage
age Advantage of the Tax Amendment, II sir sir-ion
ion sir-ion County Must Do So or Seder zj,
The serious situation faced by ths
schools affects the schools of the en entire
tire entire county. Further plans for meet meeting
ing meeting the situation were made yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon-at 5 o'clock at a meet meeting
ing meeting of the educational committee and
publicity committee of the Maricn
County Board of Trade and the eu id
eational committee of the YTcrr.
Club. Mr. "W. T. Gary, chairman o!
the educational committee of the
Board of Trade, as a result of thlj
meeting, will appoint numerous small
committees to make trips throughout
the county to obtain approval cf tl:
proposed three-mill levy to raise tha
funds that must be had if the schools
are to be saved.
Copies of the report of the educa educational
tional educational committee of the Board cf
Trade, as adopted without a dissert disserting
ing disserting vote at the meeting of the com commercial
mercial commercial organization Thursday .nhi.
have been printed and are available
When the state voted on the amend amendment
ment amendment providing for a ten-mill levy
for school purposes, Marion county
was one of the few counties that vote J
against the amendment. The amen I I-ment,
ment, I-ment, however, carried in the state by
a good majority. At the time that
this county expressed itself on thu
matter it did not realize what a se serious
rious serious situation existed in the schools.
And in the meantime other counties
have taken advantage of the ten-rail!
amendment, increased their school
levy, and are paying their teachers
much higher salaries and rcakir.j
other much needed improvement;-.
Other counties are offering the teach teachers
ers teachers higher, salaries for the same work
that they are doing here. The result
is that Marion county will have to pay
higher salaries if she would get first
class teachers. The other schools in
the state having gone ahead, this
county must go ahead also, or suffer
the very serious consequences.
The county school board has th'j
authority to levy an additional three three-mill
mill three-mill tax in this county, under the pro provisions
visions provisions of the ten-mill amendment.
The campaign begun by the Maries
County Board of Trade is for the pur purpose
pose purpose of arousing sentiment in favor
of the increased levy. As the report
adopted by the Board of Trade meet
ing Thursday night points out,
three-mill levy is believed to be
only possible solution of the pre;
THE GRADUATING CLASS
The graduating class of the QcaV
high school is the smallest that has
finished in several years, although
what it lacks in numbers is made up.
The attendance in the high school
proper is the highest that it has eve
been excepting the year before lz.it.
There has been the largest number cf
boys in attendance in the history c!
the school, fifty-seven, the large si
number previously recorded be in:
forty-two. There were eighty-five
girls in attendance, the total enroll
ment for the high school being 112
The attendance has been unusually
good, considering the amount cf sick sickness
ness sickness the past term, and the pupils
have worked hard to make up the lost
NOTICE TO DISCHARGED
SOLDIERS AND SAILORS
Particulars as to obtaining tha
sixty dollars bonus for discharged
men can be had by applying to ths
undersigned. D. Niel Ferguson,
Chairman Civilian Relief Committee
American Red Cross. Ocala, Fls.
R. A. II. CliAFTER-iQ, 1Z.
Regular convocations of the Ocals
Chapter No. 13, R. A. ca the first
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
J. A. Bonvier, IL P.
Jake Bro'wn, Secretary.
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OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1919
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OCALA EVEfl BG STAR
in Congress will allow our
ment to accept.
DEFENDS THE AGENTS
spective counties, or are specialists in
some particular line, such as poultry
or dairy work, or food specialist. Of
these there are none better. They are
Fubllftbed Every DT Except Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
OF OCALA, FLA.
It. It. Carroll, President
P. V. LaTenKMd, Secretary-Treasurer I
J. II. Renjamln, Editor
AND DEMONSTRATORS f2H? fli
a i. a ;Jple of the state. Of the county agents
u of y S T ataltu only employs the
the Star a paragraph recommending vv- t w
i:ifl A v: s best obtainable. If by chance an agent
specters demonstrators and agents .fc is mm j due .Q score of them win ney
now on the public pay roll, which ex- tprogressiveness and appreciation Vanderbilt wants to
All students and ex-students of
Vanderbilt University among our
readers will please communicate with
Lieut. M. C. Izlar, Ocala, Fla.
Vanderbilt was in the war and in it
strong. Many of the men who com completed
pleted completed their education in its halls
and almost two-
build a memo
1 M I iL. T 'Pitw
nressiun oi opinion me iaiup x, i 1 i i v n i j i
Entered at Ocala, Fla.. .postoffice as wmI.d1 (,nmmpT1tpi1 n favor- 01 e county employing ner, uian run nan l? its neroeo, aim lor iuat
second-class matter. I.f . the federal side of the work. ISO. purpose asks that its alumni, where-
laUiy. I fViooo wnmpn nrp nnt f-rvincr tr tparh pvpr tHpv m n v Kp rrmtrihnt tr tVi m
4 t t , I these women are not trying to teach ever they may be,
Mrs. J. R. Moorhea d. home demon-1 women a fcetter way of mofiQO needed for
telephones the women who have a better way of $250,000 needed for the purpose. The
iiMtn Office Five-One stratum agent ior Marion county, nas , n
Editorial Department Two- Seven taken UD the cudgels m defense Of the I. ?. A. jL-a-.i-j i. i
. c iir-., I maeea, we are giau jlo learn a goou i inouiea $do,ouu. ii is a great uni-
asrents, etc. So far as Mrs. Moor- ,!
IPWriPIl ASSOrilTED PRKSS 1 1 j 11 J l,1-a ov "til cici ioaiuic i w ci wi. on. j iivi iva fci auuacco c "vai
ThrAs.soci.ated Press u excltuWelr V. ":T f r her to sDk. She 5at be carried to others, ed all over the Union, being particu-
entitled ror me use ior repuoiicauon . V j IThere is a world ot work to De aone lariy numerous m the south.
ail news aispaicnes creuu
nn -ithrwise credited In
and also the local news punished aa ner woirtn xen have us work with them. ben appointed to represent the uni
herein. All rights or republication or her county as wen as in. a- I,; u:. v:,.
sneclal dispatches herein are also re- rm,0 cfQ- r, Tityip however.! s iav. A
served. I 7 : A t c -i '1 studying new methods, trymg always fellow graduates who see this and
1 i- ?o to enlighten and brighten as many want to help in this most praisewor-
Domeatle r nr- nr uma a the poorest, wnemer it oe in regard cate wxtn mm
. f AAIUayCI3 All l D. iuuuiucau uu Wiiv. wouwi. 1 T : a I
tmo year, in aavance ..... . I to a social auau, wi to kivc a can
ix months. In advance agcuw, ctv., w lnin or
Three months, in advance....... 1.50 :t because their salaries nay their I f.
.60 u""u;c : r f Tf cooking lesson or, as is sometimes the
taxes and sometimes a little over. But 'xl
cooking demonstration, a AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
the fellow whose taxes have to come
case, help nurse the sick and soothe
One year, In advance. .8.00 m- xcnuw uuc "- T the dying. The obligations of a home
Six months, in advance 4.25 0ut of his salary or his crop has tol .....u
Three months. In advance 2.251 .... :j fm,a aemon&tration agent are,
in advance uu I 7 7 T Ibe. a Dart of her existence. The erirls
mania for agents, demonstrators, m- .'d women whom ghe work are
advertising rates spectors, instrucwrs, "r: to her like one big family. Their or-
Ulnpiayi 1'iaie iwc. per wen xur w- uig k o-amzatinn tnakea them to W
Their troubles in.a way are her trou-
i, w6 i xi
secutive insertions., Alternate before half the population is instruct- r.rr:,
tions 2 a per cent aaaiuonai. uompow -. ,
lions 2 3 per cent auuiuuimi. wuwoi-1 u. ill .9
lion charged on ads. that run leas than ling the other half. Then who Will pay I
lxAlme V27&r fKft" The ever-rising tide of paternalism
bles; their joys are hers also; their
family secrets are to her a sacred
trust. She is no more nor less than a
co-worker in their midst.
The plan as laid out is erood. Its
The enclosed clipping I foundation is based on co-operation.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Mrs.
Jennie Whitfield, superintendent.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
7 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
8 p. m. Evening service.
No preaching: in the forenoon on
account of commencement exercises
to the commencement ser-
4-Inch (minimum. Iess than four Inches will drown US.
will take higher Tate, which will be Moorhead's letter follows
furnished on application,
iteadins Notleem 5c. per line for first Mrs. Moorheads Letter
insertion; Sc. per line for each subse- ttij:. eta-'
allowed on readers without extra com-ha taken from the Ocala Evening btarlTf is the lack of this co-oteration that Uwing
1MLai advlrusements at legal rates. March 12th. My attention was call- USUally tears our best work to pieces, "ion of the high school at the Temple
Klectros must be mounted, or chaige led to this some days ago, but I hes-lOf course, we know that mistakes at 11 a. m. tomorrow, there will be
will be made for mounting. iaeA n1vincr tn it for several rea-lnriii sv.,. tTrV.;.v. Mm.AffKiA no service at that hour. But the Sun-
sons: first, because I expected it we must consider the maoTiitude of day school will be held, as usual, and
Two years ago, the British trans- would be taken up by some of the the work, toe-ether with its principal tne service at 8 p. m. will be held also.
port Transylvania was torpedoed in state authorities or else by some one! involved. If before condemning a Inasmuch as no services have been
the Mediterranean, with the loss of of the general public who are in posi- home demonstration azent. vou will neld for two Sunday mornings, it is
413 lives. Ition to know, and because I do not I I desired that the service tomorrow
m ww w ul wk Awv bl A. v
care for newspaper publicity when it I'm sure some tn-eater charitv would evening should be largely attended
A vpar atro. the British transport can be avoided. IV clinwn T r0Mfmi,0 ; neo by the conerefration. Ihe Junior so-
Moldavia was sunk in the English! But in this case, and since I am in I wonderful nower toward whatever ciety will meet at its usual hour.
channel, and fifty-three American sol-1 position to know whereof I speak, I course it persues, often moulding sen- The pastor returned this morning
diers went down with her. Ifeel it my duty to say a few words inltiment for or aeainst in the minds of and preach tomorrow evening on
defense of the snlendid work so I thneo ivVirt AeTvrA. laraoitr "Exhortation, Warning and Chal-
Our Marion county delegation seems harshly assailed by the Ocala Star source for their opinions. There are lenge." The public is cordially invited
to be making- a fair record at l ana- and the Tampa Times. I those who dwell on and reneat what jonn it. nernaon, rastor.
hassee. Both new men. they stack up! I refer to the work being done overlthev read in the rjaners till it becomes
better than many of the veterans. jtfce state by the home demonstration fixed in their minds as actual fact, aieinoaisi
agents to which the Tampa Tunes di- regardless of whether such be true or We wish to thank all our friends
Ten thousand men from overseas rtctly alludes. I am certain, however, I not. The tide of public opinion ebbs and members who have contributed
landed in New York yesterday. A 1 that had either the Star or the Times and flows to a great extent with the and subscribed to the centenary move
number of our Florida boys are taken the trouble to look about them, (press of our country. Therefore it is ment in our church and we sincerely
among them and will soon be home. I such bold and erroneous statements I a great mistake to make such state- hope that every one will help in this
would not have been made. In thementsas were published in two such great Christian movement.
A year ago, Lloyd George, in a I Star's opinion half of the agents are prominent papers as the Ocala Star 9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
speech at Edinburg, said that the war superfluous and more than half are land the Tampa Times. In so doing a Let every one be in their place
was a race between Wilson and Hm- incompetent. In that case there must group of hard-working, faithful worn-1 At the morning hour we will attend
denburg, that the result depended on be something very radically wrong en, who represent the home demon- the sermon preached for the high
whether the Americans could cross with the Star's method of calculation, stration work force of the state of school at the Temple theater by the Herndon.
the Atlantic in suflkient numbers, for there are a number of us not ac- Florida, have been done a great in- pastor of the Baptist church, Rev. C. Prayer by Rev. C. M. Brittaih.
They crossed. counted for in either class mention- justice. If an agent is superfluous it M. Brittain. Anthem, "Jubilate Deo," Schubert.
ed. These women are working hard is probablv due to over ambition and There will be preaching at th Hvmn. "The Church's One Founda
The btarhas received an invitation and are making good, assisting in the lack of actual experience, yet her in- Methodist church at 8 p. m. by the tion."
DID YOU MEAD ?
Did you read our detailed statement in the
Daily Star of the 23rd? Over two thousand firms
and individuals keep their money with us.
HOW ABOUT YOU?
Live, energetic men all over this country
come to us for assistance in developing their busi busi-ness
ness busi-ness and county.
HOW ABOUT YOU?
r i--!5 l Ik .i4 'I I K fsf It 'w f A A V S I V-T"
f a .- ;Z-S i -TT:
W. II. ADAMS, Proprietor
Seventeen miles from Jacksonville on the ocean beach. Surf bathing, golf, tennis, automobiling on the
beach. Fishing from the ocean pier or from the jetties. Sea foods, excellent meals. A fine bunch of riding
ponies in charge of a competent riding master. Dancing. An ideal place to spend the spring and summer
months. Write us for rates, reservations, booklet, etc.
Commencement Service at
Temple Theater Sunday,
May 25, at 11 A. M.
Processional, "Crown Him With
Hymn, "Holy, Holy, Holy."
Invocation by Rev Smith Hardin.
Anthem, "Oh Lord, How Manifold,
Scripture reading by Rev. John R;
to attend the commencement exer- making of happier and more content- tentions mav be the best.. If she islpatsor on "Holding a Good Con-
cises of the University of Florida, to ed homes. Through their instructional incompetent that is easily disposed of. science 1 Tim. 1:19. The conscience!
be held June 1st, 2nd and 3rd. The they are helping the girls and women for at the head of our department is a is a matter of the greatest impor impor-University
University impor-University of Florida is a splendid to save the products of the farm and woman who is thoroughly competent tance both to the old and young and
institution, the peer of any other orchard which represents to the state and who will, as the Star says, thin every one should hear what a good
X i 1 A J I 1 i. . t JJ1 "... t At t :
siate university in nmenca, auu u. u a saving oi,many mousanas oi aoi-itnem out as it becomes necessary. conscience is ana ine aanger oi pui pui-is
is pui-is possible for the Star to attend it lars annually. The salary of the highest paid ting away his good conscience."
will do so. C The Tampa Times states that "home home demonstration aerent is but a 7 p.m. Senior League, led by Miss
demonstration agents are traveling! very small per cent on the 'amount Rhoda Thomas, superintendent of de-
President Wilson greatly grieved about the state to teach our women saved in the homes of her countv. The partment of missions.
the Presbyterians by recommending how to do things which they have been! proof of my assertion is in the con- Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p
that Congress lift the war-time pro- doing m better ways ever since" they tinued service of the agent employed, m. Junior League Friday at 5 p. m.
niDition on ngiic wine ana oeer. nuw were cmiaren." i l regret very much that it semed to amun narain, r-asior.
ever, we know several good Presby- This is a very rash statement, prob-1 become my duty to take issue with
terians who would be glad to join us ably based on false reports being cir- these two splendid papers, especially St. Philip's Catholic
m a cooi oouie oi uiue KiDDon, ana u culated through ignorance, or by since I have always recognized in the For the summer months, divine ser-
we had it we surely would call one oi parties who are just naturally oppos- Star a loyal supporter of the home vices will be held as follows:
them up. ed to progressiveness m general. It demonstration work in Marion coun- 9 a. m. everv first Sundav of the
is too often the case that we looKitv. I feel that m each case had thevlmnnt.h. in a. m. th other Sundavs
-r i ,i t i. i . . . ml.. ...... I - I -
in repiy xo tne aengnuui ntue sui- through such far-sighted glasses that looked or thought over the situation, 5 p. m., vespers every Sunday.
iragette wno is demanding or us we overlook what lies here at home, such expressions in reeard to the Snrufav school 8 a. m. everv first
Sermon by Rev. C. M. Brittain
Hymn, "How Firm a Foundation.1
Benediction by Rev. J. R. Herndon.
Wc wish to announce Uiat Hood,
Flsk and Sivinhart Tires have been re reduced
duced reduced in price approximately
Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guaranteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:50 am. J'ckaonvllle-NewYork 2:50 am.
3:21 pm. Tampa-Manatee
Kifknm Tamna.fit Ttrburcr 4:07 nm.
. m iv.av W & o
vexjr jr .i.v. HviiiKrinrAiPWiiviinilinnin
All sincere Christians are welcome. AILAIVlUs Lllt UiULUUiiU
Rev. D. Bottolacio. Leave Arrive
2:12 pm J'cksonville-New Tork 3:15 am.
rhriBtinn Science Sorfetr of Ocala 2:20 pm. J'ksonvllle-a inesvlUe :sa pm.
"what has man ever done for worn- Such I fear is the case with the Tam- home demonstration agents would not Sunday. 9 a. m. other Sundays.
an ; we hvaym uoia iu repiy tnuiuijr, pa nmes. i wouia suggest tnat it nave ben made.
he has furnished her an example that make some investigations as to what Respectfully,
she is trying her durndest to follow, home demonstration work, has done Caroline Moorhead.
Tampa Tribune. for Hillsborough county; go back to Home Demonstration Agent of Marion
iou mignt add to tnat, that u it its early stages and follow it up to County.
wasn't ior the men, there wouldn't be now. See what it has meant to the
wuiiicii. rural ana cny nomes, as weu as iue Tho Rnnticfa liao taVon r,o
foreign element. Count the cost, and!
ihe uermans used to rejoice great- if possible, count the profits, not in Uh K-nio.r.f -f rnia tw; RpnHinp- room Commercial Bank 7:40flLrn Du'Tiiioii-i.'kiaTid ii:os om.
- 1 I MMif.MW WA. VV1 VftXXA J W 7 bllC UCn A11 I m -mm n w ......
iy when one of their submarines tor- dollars alone, but in general better- Welfare. Board. &nH th Y. M r. A buildini?. second floor, open daily ex- 3:25pm. Homosassa 1:45pm.
pedoed an Allied or neutral merchant ment of conditions. Then if it is not I cpnt RtmHav. f rom 3 to 5 tj. m. 10:13 pm. Leesburgr
voecol it TA 1 J 1 I xi x-I 7 " I
i; IZ 7 kh usbs nm enougn iu Clare, kept the Protestant churches
u occu vncix sounu a warning against me nome from equal representation with the BROOM SPECIAL FOR
waway irom mem TO partly aemonstration agents. Catholics. We will now be favored SATURDAY AND MONDAY
me suntten vessels, mey wouia 1 mention miisoorough county be- uth an internal war among the re-
iiui, uac icn ao uameu luuuy auuui. iu cause is me nome oi me Aampanigj0ns.- Leesburg Commercial.
"THE TIRE MAN"
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service.
7:45 p. m. Wednesday.
Reading room Commercial
6:42 am. Jksoxnrllle-G'ziesvllle 10:13 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pet'sbrg;-Lake land 2:12 am.
3:35 pm. St. Pefsbrgr-Lakeland 2:00 pm.
7:10 am. Dunnellon-WIlcox
4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
THE WHNBSOIR MOTEL
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.
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $6.
J. E. KAVANAUGH,
ROBERT M. MEYER,
auiiba caaj.u. -s. iiaic iviiu vv ii uciaunaii v i a m.wa.. j t i a i a a - -- m.
It is understood that Britain, the women who have worked thU.J.T1
- . . .. i vikiMi w uu uau uic aye w j x. xv liic i Hiin uui iiuie. ikCk' uiai i c LCiib auu i "w - m "w" -m-
ranee -and Italy also the Armenians from the beginning and know much oil y. M. C. A. who will have no hand in brooms. Now to be had at 50 cents. USk
nnlif7v"raiJ J mtea,atew goodwork they have done and are any religious war. "Why Pay More?" B. GOLDMAN. THE
t-hfi AmiPniflns StrA -fn-r r!Miefantt.lora alen Aninrr rrnnA nrn.Ir
nrmio t,c. vtia v;v,i 1 t -f. i 1:" ui. xu-l Florida is to lose the services of
OTrie4-oiTi aiMnf I 11 BUICUU1U
think it should assume as Dart of the are? in fart, as far T ran n. woman who did the greater part
rci- ioan,vn (h nrM ; c i: :i. a. xi i jj I of the pione
rvv.jjviii nuitu iu uiucii U1C1C 13 I1U 111111b tU I, Licit UUUCS. XII
But we have no idea the narrow-mind-J the first place in order to become a
ed and partisan republican majority successful agent, a woman must pos-
a certain amount of missionary
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD
pioneer work in home demon-
The Star will pay five dollars for (
evidence sufficient to warrant the ar-
stration and kindred work. She leaves rest of any person who takes a copy C
for Texas on Julv 1. Leesburcr Com- of the Eveniner Star from the prem- r
mercial. ises of any of our subscribers with- (j)
snirit. Sh mnst rw Ttatipnt rtrNil i"lss xiarns nas a warm piace in oui uie owner conscnu
er, 4.ii j I the hearts of the women of Marion
Federal B (?).
MCKE, HERE'S A NEWS VTEtA
HELP FILL UP-"jOHM VNHQOSrTJ
MERCHANT, SPMT VAST VNEEK M
"THE MHtlOPOUS ft
PNE STOCK OP OOOOS PO. HIS
RAP1DLM ORONNlNCr TU.ADE
V OHN THAT
f Sisss. I AlNT HONS
( -TUAS3 JEST At
'" I OvXTWArRLLUJ
! I Bill
She must love her work and hold the county:
l'nforncf on) virol-To -r Via- vaa1 r v I
permost in her mind and heart thru- The Tallahassee correspondent of Most beautiful line of Stationery
.a.l V na-Aj the Tamna Times rvs? "Hparfpd hv ever in waia an wwiuto, uvm o
for- wruVh ia i .fiw orTirt t former Gov. Jennings. oDDonents of cents to 75 cents a box, at tne.Anti-
I"- J i , I nr l Tk Cfn OACf
I 1 4.. : j.U-4. -11 J I Trip niirrilVQV rionortmant oaniiieea1 I J1UIIUUU1V 11UU uwic. .v-v
uw uui tucau tv vutuu vuai an ucuiuu-1 e v.v.u
stration agents measure up to these J secretly last night and decided to op op-requirements,
requirements, op-requirements, but they should and Pose e passage of the two-mill tax
Miii. lew hill. nnsspH Vv ti con a to n-ntil I XotlA Is hereby srlven
ruv" w guw. i .V..: r hV!rt0 f that retain execution
Tx. i 111 xl j.; I a Trior! Kill coticfootni-n fham Ho c I " .
ai is n&e in any ouier organization.! o..... w msm uao
trade or nrofession where manv reo-lDeen draited.
pie are employed. Take the teaching I11 aralt tne oin
profession for an example. We all Any bill that ex-Gov. Jennings
know it is the desire of the educa- draws UP the legislature had better
tional forces to secure only the very kl11- Hc isnt a power for good in
best teachers in our schools, we alsostate affairs.
know that the best teachers are those I
who through attention to the work! We have heard about an editor up offer for sale at the west ioor of the
and actual experience make them- in Indiana who was "churched'! be-UurL house in Ocziz. Mwion f37.
t m. I , . Florida, during the legral hours or sale,
selves what they are. Their exper-lcause he sansr these words to an old n ovik sl. m. and 2 o'clock d. m.. and
ience and training are absolutely nec- and hallowed tune: "Let every kin- yin sell to the highest and best bidder
supd out at and under the seal of the
It is said that Jprmincrc circuit court of the fifth Judicial circuit
oi r lunuii) in auu tui uuiuu -j
dated 18th day of March. 1907, in that
certain cause sending in said court
wherein th( Florida Fertilizer .Manu
facturing Company (Virginia-Carolina
Chemical Company, orancnj was plain plaintiff
tiff plaintiff and B. E. Raysor and L. M. Raysor
were defendants, I have levied upon
and will on
Monday, Jane 2nd, 1819,
The Chevrolet Eight Is an unusual car at the price and has al already
ready already taken its place among cars oi much higher prices. The lour
cardinal principles upon which the Chevrolet Eight Is constructed
places it easily above many other eight cylinder cars MECHANI MECHANICAL
CAL MECHANICAL DEPENDABILITY, ACCESSIBILITY, EXTERIOR APPEARANCE
and RIDING QUALITIES.
Price, Delivered Ocala
With War Tax Paid
essary, but how are they to get it ex- dred, every tribe on this terrestial following described real a
cept by practice? It would be inter- ball, put down their dollars and sub- Pro.Pf.rtrv to",Tlt:,
i An j .m :- u -ii r Vz or seU. or section
eablllg LU &uu vv juov uw jluoxijt ucvuaioi.iiuc auu ncu icvcib kiiciii ixii.
of the various printing establishment Leesburg Commercial.
have, through hard work and faithful! That settles it. Well quit going to
service, Deen transiormea xo Lne ex-icnurcn.
alted position of editor in chief of the
same or a line nrm. inen we musx
not condemn a class as a whole, be because
cause because possibly some one in the class
fails to come up to our expectations.
In all lines of work it is the "survival
of the fittest" that stands the test.
The demonstration agents who are
really traveling over the state are
either district agents, who are super supervising;
vising; supervising; the ''county .''agents' in" their, re
in yesterday's article on what Mar
ion county had done toward the Sal-
25: and also
beein at a noint 12.26 chains west or
the ne corner of lot 3, section 26, run
thence south 11.33 chains to the north northern
ern northern boundary of the Broward Grant;
thence west upon raid boundary to Its
intersection by a line parallel to the
line of 11.33 chains above mentioned,
thence north 14.48 chains to the north
ern boundary of said lot 3; thence east
utHjn said line 6.20 chaains to the point
vation Army, the name of Mr. J. H. of besinnin; and al?o begin at a point
t . j xi. 15 feet north and 15 feet west from the
tfnnson was printed as one of tne sw comer of the nwU of section 26,
four men who had been out soliciting, runnJ"hntle north 417 feet thence
rV ; vl v.T ir. TT, east 432Va feet: thence south 417 feet.
when it should have been Mr. Jake thence west 432 feet to the point of
Brown. We make mention of this for iJuVan-e l"f eaft?einS in toWT1"
Mr. Brown deserves great praise for s pfoprty be'inl sold to satisfy
his liberal and valuable time which he said execution and J?S0XX0WAT
is giving for this good Work. 5-3-sat Sheriff Marion County, 'Fla.
Gives you travel independence
with economy and constant comfort.
It has set a. new standard in me mechanical
chanical mechanical effciency and body beauty.
Price, Delivered Ocala
With War Tax Paid
Fills every need when it comes
to saving time and energy, whether
on the farm or in town. It is an eco economical
nomical economical investment.
Price, Delivered Ocala
With War Tax Paid
All Chevrolet models are economically operated Let us send
our demonstrator'toyour place with the model your needs require.
It's a real pleasure to show you the Chevrolet.
(OCALA MOM W(D3ffi GARAGE
. sTS TT TUX ". .',
OCALA EVENING STAtt, SATUKDAT, SiAY 24, 1919
National Surety Co.
And can furnish all kinds of
bonds. This Company is ap approved
proved approved by the County Clerk
and its bonds will be accepted
miiniiiiiiiHmiwiwumiir'rtMiirp.vi'miiiiiiiiriwwiw"!!"!! i u
TO THE PUBLIC
We take this method of no notifying
tifying notifying you that we have now
the original "Snow's Hobby
Flour" which some of you
have been using for the last
20 years; but during the war
it was impossible to make this
high grade flour, as the gov government
ernment government would not allow them
to select the wheat and refine
it down to this fine grade. But
now that all the restrictions
are raised, we feel certain that
you will be pleased to learn
that from now on you will
have the same high qualty of
"Snow's Hobby Flour" as be before
fore before the war, and we solicit
J. J. Pyles, Representative
For Sale by
0. B. WhUtington
Pound paper, all colors, 50 cents a
pound. Envelopes to match 15 cents
per peckage, at the Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. 20-6t
'A COLLEGE. TOWN
The seniors of the high school last
evenin gpresented their play, "A Col College
lege College Town," to a crowded house and
enthusiastic audience. Long before
timcfor the curtain to go up all the
available seats were taken and people
were standing, eager to show their
interest and appreciation in anything
During the intervals between the
acts Needham's orchestra furnished
an excellent musical program.
Lamar Barnett as Leviticus, thu
Ace of Spades, made the announce announcement
ment announcement of the commencement sermon at
the Temple tomorrow morning, the
commencement exercises for the grad
uating class Monday night and the
graduating exercises of the eighth
grade at the Temple Monday morning
at 10 o'clock. He also acted as a kind
of Greek chorus in a Greek play, ask asking
ing asking for the indulgence of the audience
in the play which was to be presented,
saying that the players were ama
The play was imbued with the col
lege spirit brought out with the var
lous incidents of college life, college
songs and college yells. The play was
cleverly gotten up, each player seem
ingly taking the part best fitted for
their individual talents and making
the most of them. Lamar Barnett, aa
Leviticus, the Ace of Spades, was un
doubtedly the trump card of the eve
ning, and as an actor shone as a star
of the first magnitude, shining bril brilliantly
liantly brilliantly all through the play. Tom
Walhs as the college cut-up, taking
the part of Jimmy Cavendish's Aunt
Jane, to assist his college chum when
he got into a tight place, was. excel excellent.
lent. excellent. In fact, the three widows, Tom
Wallis, Reginald MacKay and James
Melton, in their weeds, not to remark
of their flat-heeled tan shoes and
striped shirts, with now and then a
glimpse of a white trouser's leg, were
certainly remarkable, to say the least.
The leading man, Jimmy Cavendish,
taken by Leonard Wesson, was a typ
ical college youth, endowed with the
spirit of getting into trouble and the
knack of persuading his friends to get
him out. The part was excellently
taken and the way he "put it over"
was worthy of the name of leading
man. Miss Loureen Spencer, the
young iaay wno naa never seen a
football game before and had spent
her life on a plantation, the leading
aay of the play, was well taken. The
parts of the leading lady and leading
man were well taken and were so well
supported by the entire cast, and Ma
Baggsby, taken by Sara Herndon,
Prof Senacharrib Popp, taken by Ed
Chazal, Major Kilpepper taken by
Allen Hollinrake, Marjorie Haviland,
the college widow, taken by Miss
Marguerite Edwards, Mrs. Jane Cav
endish, the real Aunt Jane, taken by
Ruth Simmons and Mrs. Cleopatra
Popp, a faculty type, were each so
good in his or her own part that it
would be hard to differentiate be
During the action of the jplay and
between the acts most excellent quar
tets, trios, choruses and glee club
numbers were given. They all show
ed the excellent and careful training
of the musical diretcor. Miss Porter.
These numbers contributed much to
the success and enjoyment of the eve
Between the acts John Henry madb
his debut before an Ocala audience
as Leviticus, the Ace of Spade's spon
sor. John Henry is a goat and was
presented to the juniors by the sen
iors and in the course of time expects
The play was excellent, the parts
being well taken by the entire cast.
It went off without a hitch, and the
rendition of the piece showed excel
lent and careful training and delight
ed the vast audience present.
Weihe Co the Ocala jewelers, will
close at 1 p. m. Thursdays, during the
summer, beginning Thursday, May
Remember the graduate with a
nice card. We have a pretty line.
THE SPECIALTY SHOP." A. E.
KEPT HER AWAKE
The TerriMd-Pnins m B&c& and
Sides Cardoi Gave Relief.
Marksville, La. Mrs. Alice Johnson,
of this place, writes: "For one year I
suffered with an awful misery in my back
and sides. My left side was hurting me
all the time. The misery was something
I could not do anything, not even sleep
at night. It kept me awake most of the
night ... I took different medicines, but
nothing did me any good or relieved me
until I took Cardui .
I was not able to do any of my work
for one year and I got worse all the time,
was confined to my bed off and on. I got
so bad with my back that when I stooped
down I was not able to straighten up
again ... I decided I would try Cardui
. . By time I had taken the entire bottle
I was feeling pretty good and could
straighten up and my pains were nearly
I shall always praise Cardui. 1 con continued
tinued continued taking it until I was strong and
well." If you suffer from pains due to
female complaints, Cardui may be just
what you need. Thousands of women
who once suffered in this way now praise
Cardui for their present good health.
Give ttatrfeL NC-133
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Aolian-Vocalion, Sonora, Highaat Clasa
Greatest of Phonograph Talking Machina In tha World
STANDARD TALKING MACHINES
RECORDS AND SUPPLIES
Ocala, Florida, May 23, 1919
Hot summer evenings.
Too dusty to walk or ride about town.
Nothing to do but "mope" about the home.
But is that true? Not if you ho longer delay
the purchase af a Columbia Phonograph.
On the laziest kind of a warm summer night
you may place the Graphonola. on your front porch
or the lawn, or you may leave it in the house and
with the windows raiseld enjoy the perpetuated
emotions of the greatest artists of all times.
You may lounge on your porch or on the grass,
and allow yourself to be carried back to cool dim
dells and woody lanes by sweet suggestive music
that lends lends enchantment to the most ordinary
"A Midsummer Night's Dream may furnish you
pleasure. Songs of the sea, and sentimental
ballads might appeal to you, or perhaps something
from nFalstaffn or one of the dignified operas
might better charm you into f orgetf ulness of the
heat of the day and its disagreeable little
Butby all means, come here and see how
easily you may lay in store for yourself, the
myriad pleasures and diversions which a Graphonola
would provide for you.
If you have any society items
please phone One-Two-One (121).
That "Kabo" picture in Frank's
window attracts not only the ladies
Mr. Rex Connell who has been vis
ing his sister, Mrs. J. W. Hill, left
yesterday for Birmingham.
Federal B (?).
Harry Whittington's "cash and
carry" grocery proposition seems to
have hit a popular chord.
The show windows at the Rheinauer
store show the hand of a real dec
orator. Their crisp, neat appearance
just compel the passerby to stop and
Dr. and Mrs. Scott of Savannah
are expeetcd in the city today, having
been called here on account of the
sudden death of Mrs. Scott's father,
Dr. W. P. Wilson.
Large supply of Velvet Beans and
Chufas now on hand. The Ocala
Seed Store. 7-11-19
The appropriation for the Ocala in
dustrial school, the Marianna school
and the state hospital will be made a
a special order for the state senate
An elegant line of graduating pres presents
ents presents at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
Mrs. W. T. Evans, for five years
one of the most popular primary
school teachers, is in town today vis visiting
iting visiting old friends, en route to her home
in Fruitland Park.
Miss Annie Stone expects to return
to Winter Park Tuesday after teach teaching
ing teaching the past term in the high school.
While in Ocala Miss Stone with Miss
Schein made her home with Mrs. T.
Peptone is sold in Ocala at Gerig's
Drug Store at one dollar per bottle, tf
Large supply of Velvet Beans and
Chufas now on hand. The Ocala
Seed Store. 7-11-19
Miss Florence Conibear expects to
leave about the middle of next week
for her home in Lakeland, where she
anticipates the pleasure of a good
rest after her arduous duties as a
teacher in the high school of this city.
Miss Ellen Stripling returned home
yesterday from College Park. Ga..
where she has been attending Brenau
College. Miss Ellen is one of our
most charming and DODular erirls. and
her friends are very glad to have her
with them again.
The Wesley Friendship Bible class
of the Methodist church will hold a
candy and brown bread sale at the
bandstand Saturday afternoon at 4
The Ocala & Southwestern railway
shipped yesterday a solid train loan
of beans and tomatoes, the first to go
forward, in quantity this season.
There were seven carloads in the
Dainty Stationery for the Girl
Graduates. We have it. THE SPEC SPECIALTY
IALTY SPECIALTY SHOP. A. E. Gerig. 19-3t
Miss Meice, who has been making
her home here with her sister, Mrs.
William Wolf, for the past year, ac
companied by her niece, Miss Ros
Wolf, left today for Enid, Okla., to
spend the summer with relatives.
They were accompanied as far as
Jacksonville by Mr. and Mrs. Wolf,
who will return to Ocala tomorrow.
Most beautiful line of Stationery
ever in Ocala; all colors; from 35
cents to 75 cents a box, at the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 20-6t
At 7:30 this morning the combined
forces of the O. K. and Smith Grocery
companies were busy as bees getting
out groceries for their city deliveries.
The handling of both clienteles from
one establishment is no small job, but
it is being accomplished without a
great deal of friction.
Federal B (?).
Mr. John Knoblock of Martin was
in to see us today with the good news
that his brother, Donald Knoblock,
coast artillery, is home on a furlough.
Private Knoblock was severely
wounded while fighting in the Ar-
gonne and was invalided home. He
has been in the Fort McPherson hos hospital
pital hospital for some weeks, and will return
to duty when he has fully recovered.
School day memory books at THE
BOOK SHOP. 3t
Two immense truck loads of dry
goods leaving the store of B. Gold
man for a nearby town yesterday
gave his place the appearance of a
wholesale establishment. Within two
hours after these trucks were loaded
they were being unloaded at their
destination, instead of waiting for
freight trains another advantage of
atter day auto truck service.
See our splendid line of "gifts for
graduates." THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
A telegram has been received an
nouncing the safe arrival of Miss
Mary C. Marshall in New York yes
terday. Miss Effie Parramore also
came across on the same boat with
Miss Marshall. The friends of both of
these ladies, who have been doing
such excellent work in France, Miss
Marshall as a Red Cross nurse and
Miss Parramore as an army nurse,
are delighted to learn of their safe
arrival in this country after a year
of service and their friends hope that
they will soon be with them again in
Spend a pleasant evening with the
Ouija Board. THE BOOK SHOP. St
VIOTOBV UB-EEBT V LOAN 10CJ0C
Ordered thru this bank have been received and
are ready for delivery. We will be glad to
have subscribers call for them promptly.
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I Without Once Shifting Gears I HjZLfT
f 4370 Miles i ; I )
T in 7 days and 7 nighta X
00 In High Gear ?
vJmwwI cftkAU err
Showing the Wo?id What 600,000
A stock Model 90 Overland touring car again proved fta
ttamlna by smashing completely the world s non-stop high
lear record. This test was made in Oklahoma.
The car was sealed in high gear and the shift lever was
removed. Not once was there the slightest mechanical
trouble, the least hesitation, or the faintest break in the
smooth, even action of the Overland motor.
This standard car is an exact duplicate of the Model 90
will be glad to show you.
B. F. Condon
Next to Fire Station
OvwUad Model KlMty FIr Fuefitr Tovrtnf Cr, X...Ti4
Come to our itors
Frocks Reflecting All the
Charm of Summer
So smart and so distinctive are the
Summer Frocks that is quite impos impos-sible
sible impos-sible to describe their varied Charm.
To the woman who is planning her
wardrobe a visit here will yield many
happy and profitable surprises.
Styles change frequently but these
Winsome Summer frocks embody all
the latest features, in addition they
are offered in the daintiest of color colorings
ings colorings and sheerest fabrics. The prices
are as attractive as the garments.
"THE FASHION CENTER",
$ .... 4
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1919
m? priEgs-Qea&' lis Service
Comfortable Bus Will Until Further Notice
Run Between Ocala and Silver Springs on
Sundays and Thursdays on tlie following
Schedule, Leaving Ocala from Court House.
Mr. Gracie Thompson, who has been
quite ill, is very much improved.
Mrs. G. T. Maughs is resting easy
today and is reported to be slightly
Lv. Ocala Lv. SiL Spgs.
1 :30 P. M.. . . .... . 2 :00 P. M.
3 .30 P. 31.. ......... 4:00 P. M.
5 :30 P. 31. 7:00 P. M.
7:30 P. M.. 8:00 P. M.
9:30 P. M . 10:00 P.M.
Lv. Ocala Lv. SiL Spga
9:00 A. M 2:00 P. BL
1:30 P. M.. 4:00 P. M.
3:30 P. M 7:00 P. M.
5:30 P. 31...; .8:00 P. 3L
9:30 P. 31 .....10:00 P. 3L
Mr. Ed. L. Wartmann, the veteran
member of the board of control, was
in the city yesterday.
Rooms for light housekeeping at
Lake Weir with bathing room priv
ileges at the lake. Mrs. R. L. Martin,
Lake Weir, Fla.
EMo CannmScIiaefl PiropFletoF
Bring a basket or come in your
ear or wagon and get the ben benefit
efit benefit of these reduced prices.
Fox River Butter
Extra fancy Head Rice
per pound .. ....
Extra Fancy Blue Rose
Rice, per pound. ..
Standard Pack Mary Mary-'
' Mary-' land Tomatoes.. ..
Eagle Brand Milk,
Dime Brand Milk, per
Van Camp's Tall
Cream, per can....
Small cans Cream,
Compound Lard, ;
per pound ........
Best Maine Corn,
White Bacon, per
. pound, 32c and.
per cake..... .......
Gold Brand Soap,
Cream of Wheat,
per package. .....
Grape NutsJ per
coarse or fine. .....
per package . . . .
Maxwell House Coffee,
per can. ..
Black Eye Peas,
per pound. .........
White House Pure Apple Cider
White House Pure Apple Cider
half gallons "stJX
i White House Pure Apple Cider
J. & P. Coats Thread, C
all sizes, per spool .
half pound can....
- (Attdnsbnfs Place)
Corner Orange Avenue and 81Ii'Sfrcet
sala - FIofMs
The Ford Sedan is a car with refined
appointments, many, conveniences, and
with all the economy and satisfaction
characterized by Ford cars. It is a
popular car among women who drive.
It meets every social demand, every
family want, every day of the year re regardless
gardless regardless of weather. Equally useful in
city or country, price $775; Coupe, $650;
Runabout, $500; Touring Car, $525;
Truck Chassis, $550. These prices f. o.
Ocala - Florida
... ASK- :.V"
F, W. DITTO
Local Agent for the
PHUBEOTML" INSURANCE CO.
About the new Life Policies now
hzlr.s written by this grand old
-J f e'l f ;f ff0e$ f7 f
Mr. and Mrs. Hopper, who spent a
few days in Ocala with Mrs. Hopper's
mother. Mrs. G. T. Thompson, left
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Walters re returned
turned returned last night from Miami, where
they have been spending the week.
Dr. Walters went to be present at the
meeting of the medical association,
which convened in that city. They
had a delightful visit and say that
Miami entertained them to tho
queen's taste. En "route to Miami they
stopped at Fort Lauderdale, where
they renewed many old acquaintances.
They had lunch with Mr. and Mrs. W.
I. Evans. Mrs. A. J. Beck joined them
and went to Miami with them. Dr.
and Mrs. Walters spent one night at
Palm Beach and were delighted with
all the places they saw and have come
returned home singing the praises of
the East Coast.
PHONE 108 1
FRESH El EAT
The high school graduates had their
pictures taken in a crrouD on the
yesterday for their home in Lakeland. J southside courthouse steps, by Pho
tographer Blake yesterday. They
Miss Nettie Schein of Beaufort, S.l looked very nifty in their gray caps
C leaves Tuesday for her home after an(j eowns only, one couldn't tell the
a winter spent in Ocala as one of the boys from the girls at a distance. Lit-
teachers of the Ocala high school. tie Robert Cox officiated as mascot.
Federal B (?).
Mrs. A. L. Coleman of Tennessee,
who has been teaching in the high
Lester Perkins, a clever young me- school here and makiner her home at
chanic from this county, brother of the dormitory, will not return to her
the Perkins boys of Ocala, who has home, but will remain in Ocala until
been employed in Jacksonville for sev- the middle of June, when she will go
eral months, now has a fine position to Gainesville, where she will attend
m Philadelphia. the summer normal.
Lester Wilson, a Marion county Wellie Meffert and Norman Home
boy, well known in Ocala, and who are expected home from Columbia,
has been with the Federal Reserve Tenn.. todav. These two fine bovs
Bank in Jacksonville, now has an e- have made excellent records at Co-
cellent situation with the First Na- lumbia -Military Academy.
tional Bank of Cleveland, O.
Mrs. Pelot and Miss Carrie Pelot,
who have been visiting at the home of
Mrs. P. W. Whitesides since return
ing from Jacksonville, where they at
tended the U. D. C. convention, left
on the early morning train for their
home in Arcadia.
Peptone, the Great Tonic tf
Mrs. Jack Thomson today received
a telegram irom her husband .an.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line
VvrLl time, 25c; three times. 60c; six times
r rl,0 u a o ,J76c; one month $3. Payable
. .v.. vance.
over a year with the zisz Engineers.
Jack will proceed at once to Camp FOR RENT Cheap, large storeroom
Memix, in. j., dui aoes noi Know m prominent loaction. See L. M. Mur.
just wnen ne win return home. ray. Holder block. Ocala. Fla. 24-3t
m Ttn ? w if y mi I
lry a wnue mop wringer. iney WANTED Partner to invest $3000
" u i "vim a wen estaDiisnea navintr manu-
lifting, no,pullmg,f and they do not facturing business. This proposition
pun ine mop xo pieces, ror saie Dy hvin stand investigation, and will give
Clarkson Hardware Company, Phone details to anyone who is interested
ness," care Star. 23-3t
Mrs. B. F. Condon and children, ac-
wwmauicu ujr iuia. j, auunty saliHj a uadiiiac racinc car,
miss minam onnor, are expeicea to For terms see Mrs. E. B. Green, Ok
arrive irom rew aymrna loaay, Airs.nawa avenue. 2-6t
Connor and Mrs. Condon going to
New Symrna last week to be present FOR SALE "490" Chevrolet touring
at the graduation of Miss Miriam. car 1913 model; five good. tires and
miss mary Connor, wno nas oeen in first class condition throughout.
wcuiiie muan. wiwc, ww icuwui iui i Apply to tsouvier s uarage, corner
another month. Ft TCint- arul Moonnlio Sf 99.Rf
I take pleasure in announcing that I have
purchased the stock and good will of the
1111 eY ODUPMIY
and will take immediate possession. I wish
to extend my grateful thanks to the patrons patrons-of
of patrons-of the 0. K. Teapot Grocery for their past-liberal
patronage and hope soon with increased
facilities to be able to serve them better than
ever before. By strict attention to business I
hope to retain the patronage of the Smith
Grocery Company's customers. I extend
thanks to one and all and hope to merit a con continued
tinued continued and larger patronage.
Phone in your orders to Phones 174, 16 and
434 and you will receive your goods promptly..
(P a raw
il 11 MJMiO
Woo 7 RIorth Magnolia, Next to Ocala Rlafl. SanL
l Owing to hard study, FOR RENT Four unfurnished rooms
Graduates may suffer for light housekeeping to couple with
eyestrain, uive your hut rh lHrn- hih oniric licrfcta rA
l! 1 I
eyes aiteniion ana in
sure efficiency in
ur. ii.. j weihe.
use of telenhone: all on unDer floor.
life Rates reasonable. Apply to "S," P. O.
eyesight specialist WANTED Two experienced sales
UraOUate Optometrist 1adip at nnrp willino- tr nv ria-ht
With Weihe Co., Jewelers. Ocala. Fla.SaIarie sto the right people. Apply
. to J. Malever, at the Globe. 21-tf
reaerai a : ).
.CALL PHONE 13
WTien You Want
We call for your work and
make prompt return delivery.
WANTED A. C. P. O. of the U. S.
nflYTflTy AFRIFW TIRFS Naval Aviation CorPs u- s- N de-
IJil IUiM rtlLlliLOiJ llil0 sires to act as relief for one or two
' j months in the clerical or bookkeep-
lAll 1 mg departments. Anyone contemplat
ing leave or vacation will do well to
PUNCTURE communicate with L. R. Parrish, 702
I PERSONAL. Will the gentleman
BLOW OUT wno loaned me an auto jack Sunday
evening on Gainesville road, please
Fncv Diiflnn sena me name ana aaaress; ti. m.
Iklijr lUUllig Hastings, at Mclver & MacKay's. 19
WANTED Bookkeeper for meat
market one competent to keep ordi-
V o u need no nary set of books. Apply at New York
Meat Market, West Broadway. 19-3t
tires o r
used. Call to see
WANTED To rent a piano; must be
No filler in good condition. Best of care will be
given it. For further information, call
ai 412 Oklawaha Ave., or at the Star
IN. U. MJINBT & C
Next to Harrington Hall Lunch Room,
Having opened a first class
repair shop for all makes of
Automobiles, Trucks, etc., I
solicit a share of the patron patronage
age patronage of car owners in this sec section.
tion. section. I guarantee satisfaction
in my work and my charges are
reasonable. I carry a large
line of accessories for auto automobiles.
mobiles. automobiles. Let me overhaul your
car when it needs it, and prove
that it does not necessarily cost
Corner Fort King and
" AND BUILDER
. Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives Ho re and Better
Work for fhe Honey than any other
i ec.Tmr.'.or .i 131 city.
FOR SALE Cedar posts, seven feet
leng. Apply to J. J. Reaves, North
TVANTED All kinds of second hand
Furniture, Stoves, Organs and
other household necessities. Get my
prices. L. Hurst, at B. Goldman's,
0-ala, Fla. 24-lm
AUTO BARGAINS One second hand
Crevrolet 1916 touring ca r in Al
shape, $400; one 1914 Buick touring
car, new tires, ?150; one 1915 Velie
tourincr car with self starter and bat
tery, practically new tires, $300; one
1914 Ford roadster S17o: one laib
Ford touring car $350; one wprm drive
Ford truck $400. Auto Sales Com
pany, phone 348, North Main St. 6t
AUTO REPAIR SERVICE For
cruick and reliable automobile service
come to the Florida House Garage. J.
C. Lanier and H. C. Williams. 8-lm
MARION PRESSING CLUB
Smith & Garrett, Props.
BROOM SPECIAL FOR
SATURDAY AND MONDAY
These brooms are made of good
quality broom corn, strongly sewed
and durable. Regular 75 cent and $1
brooms. Now to be had at 50 cents.
"Why Pay More?" B. GOLDMAN.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and ETJIBALXIERS
No charge for delivery of caskets anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JR,
Licensed Embalm ers
Office Phone 10 Night Phones 225 or 423
DR. G. A. II. EDMISTON
Veterinary Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phone 501. Office Phone 123
Mclver (Si Maelay
UNDERTAKERS and EfJDAlXIERS
PHONES 47. 104. 3S5
i'T &mBmrmt mlrm? 9 y0
KDflMT (EET THE WEA
That Fishing Tackle is the only
Line that we Specialize on,
There is probably not in this section of Florida a more
extensive line of TRUNKS, HAND BAGS, SUIT CASES,
and other articles necessary to those who do any trav traveling
eling traveling than that carried by us. We are local headquar-
ters for the famous
? Yi Vt l : V-"'
WANTED Your repair wdrk
euns, locks, lawn mowers, etc.,
S01 S. Main St. Also buy and sell sec second
ond second hand furniture at 307 S. Main St.
J. W. Hunter, the Locksmith. 13-tf
WANTED Your stove," range and
refrigerator repair work. We also
buy and sell second hand stoves. Acme
Stove Hospital. 326 North Maagnolia
FOUND A place where all kinds of
second hand household furniture
can be turned into cash. Apply to L.
Hurst, at B. Goldman's, Ocala. 24-lm
WOOD An honest load of wood can
be had by phoning Smoak's Wood
Yard, phone 146. tf
WANTED A second-hand cash reg register.
ister. register. Write or call at 305 South Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street. 21-Ct
Ij line, and it is one that needs
' no introduction, as it is the
When preparing for your
summer vacation besure to come around and let us fit
you up. Whether you want a small hand bag or a
large wardrobe trunk, we have it
Yours for Traveling Necessities.
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