Weather Forecast: Partly cloudy
with showers probably Wednesday
and in northeast portion tonight.
A, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JULY I, 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 156
WILSOM TO HAVE
Atlantic Fleet May Meet His Ship
and Escort It to
Washington, July 1. Tentative
plans for welcoming President Wilson
at New York on his arrival, probably
Monday, provided for part of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic fleet to meet his ship at sea
and escort her into port. The wel welcoming
coming welcoming committee will be aboard the
Pennsylvania, Admiral Wilson's flag flagship.
ship. flagship. ADD OF TRADE CHAT
A: other thing which makes the
future of Ocala and Marion county
look bright is the prospect of an
early completion of the missing links
on the Dixie highway between Ocala
and the Georgia line. The state high-
Lay department has announced that
struction will soon begin on the
ghway through Alachua county, and
announcement at the same time
pmes from Valdosta, Ga., that the
; )ixie highway will soon be under con construction
struction construction in Colquitt and Lowndes
bounties in Georgia and Hamilton and
Columbia counties in Florida. With
these links completed there will be no
more difficulty in getting into Flor Florida
ida Florida by motor. The counties named all
have large bond issues.
5 recently .reorganized chamber
immerce of Dayton, Daytona
'and Seabreeze, has a member member-f
f member-f COO. The dues are $25 a
It should not be forgotten that the
federal aid roads are intended pri
marily as rural post roads.
-Natural resources alone cannot
make a city. This fact ought to be
trite enough. Cities are built by men,
and not always on the most logical
sites. The citizenship makes or un unmakes
makes unmakes a city. City building is not a
result of natural growth; but the
result of human initiative and energy.
What are the things that distin distinguish
guish distinguish the successful city cf today?
Here are some of them, found in eve every
ry every city that is attracting the visitor
and new residents:
Hotels of first class appointments
All of the principal streets per permanently
manently permanently paved.
Parka and playgrounds.
Bungalows and apartments of
modern design and convenience.
One or more golf links of at least
Smooth riding highways.
"t A modern street lighting system,
with art standards.
Auditorium and recreation hall.
: Cities are built largely by new
lood bringing in capital from the
outside, but to attract these a com
munity must have within it red red-blooded
blooded red-blooded and determined men who
.with their own capital are getting re-
A: Of the "boosting" in the world
. c. ;makft a shabby city appear
-f-Nowadays it takes money to make
I loney. This applies to cities, too.
f ..- i
. i Sand with a good fence around it
-fca good house and barn on it will
wuriu win a jjaicueu up leute aim u.
ramshackle house and barn on it.
1 J rxl. 1 T J
' Foods in attractive
packages sell best.
NOTICE TO PATRONS
OF MASTERS STORE
Our patrons are respectfully re requested
quested requested to anticipate their require requirements
ments requirements of service from us, for Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon and Friday of this
week, as our store will close at 1 p:
m. Thursday, July 3rd, and not re reopen
open reopen until Saturday morning, July 5.
H. B. Masters Co.
JOBS FOR SERVICE ME
The secretary of the Board of
Trade can put service men in touch
with a business concern that wants
fciir or five responsible men. A good
. salary is offered. Service men who
are interested shouUTsee the secre secretary
tary secretary of the Board of Trade at once.
I We see no occasion for such an ex-
cessive precipitation of moisture.
Better Known as the Crown Quince,
Keeps Allied Nations and
Brussels, July 1. A dispatch quot quoting
ing quoting an Amsterdam telegram to the
Soir, received last night, stated the
former crown prince escaped from
AIDES DENY IT
London, July 1. -Aides to the for former
mer former German crown price at Wierin Wierin-gen
gen Wierin-gen emphatically denied during a tel telephone
ephone telephone conversation yesterday that
the crown price had left the island,
according to Amsterdam dispatches
received by Reuters.
WHY DOESN'T SHE PUT HIM IN
London, July 1 The German coun counter
ter counter revolutionaries have a motor
launch in readiness to rescue former
Crown Prince Frederick William,
wishing him to apjiear at the head of
of the military forces of Germany,
according to a Rotterdam dispatch to
the Daily Mail. The Dutch queen,
the dispatch adds, has sent her con consort
sort consort to persuade the former prince
that it would be detrimental to Hol Holland,
land, Holland, which granted him hospitality,
it he participated in a revolt in Ger Germany.
many. Germany. IT WAS EXPECTED
Amerongen, July 1. News of the
signing of the treaty at Versailles
was taken to the Amerongen castle
tonight by a correspondent of the As Associated
sociated Associated Press. The entourage of the
former emperor appeared to regard
the event calmly because they had
betn convinced the ceremony was in inevitable.
WON'T GO IN THEM
Munich, Monday, June 30. The
local Krupp works are being liquidat liquidated
ed liquidated purely in the interest of the em employes
ployes employes following the tremendous
losses which have resulted since the
i evolution. American capitalists are
considering taking over the plant and
forming German-American works,
but it is reported the plan was aban abandoned
doned abandoned owing to bad conditions here.
EIGHTEEN YEARS FOR EDGAR
Charlotteville, Va., July 1. Edgar
Morris was found guilty today of. sec second
ond second degree murder in connection with
the killing of Justice Sullivan at
Stanardsville, several months ago. He
was sentenced to serve eighteen
years in the penitentiary.
As trustee in bankruptcy for the
Hillsborough Lumber Company, a cor corporation,
poration, corporation, bankrupt, I hereby give no notice
tice notice that bids are requested for all of
the assets of said bankrupt. Sched Schedules
ules Schedules of said assets and appraisers'
report can be found in the office of H.
P. Baya, deferee, Curry building,
Tampa, Florida, or at my office, room
5 Roberts building, Tampa, Florida.
Bids to be submitted to me or to ref referee
eree referee on or before July 1, 1919, upon
which day a meeting of the creditors
will be held for the purpose of receiv receiving
ing receiving bids and acting thereon.
W. LESLIE BROWN,
Trustee for Hillsborough Lumber
Company, a Bankrupt. 6-27-tf
The Butternut Bread turned out
her is acknowledged the best ever.
Made entirely by machinery and a
more sanitary product was never pro produced.
duced. produced. Carter's Bakery. 21-tf
BABY" DAY" at the BOOK SHOP.
Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Jacksonville-New York 2:10 am
Jacksonville 1:30 pm
Jacksonville 4:25 pm
St. Petersburg 2:15 am
Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
Tampa-St. Petersburg: 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
T Darn AfTlTI
2:12 pm J'cksonvllle-New York 3:15 sum.
1:45 pm. J'ksonville-G'inesville 3:35 pm.
6:42 am. J'ksonville-G nesvllle 10:13 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pet'sbrgr-Lakeland 2:12 am.
3:35 pm St. Pet'sburg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am.- Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:40 am. Du'nellon-L'keland 11:03 pm.
5:25 pm. Homosas3a 1:35 pm.
10:13 pm. Leesburg 6:42 am.
4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am.
Monday. Wednesday, Friday.
TuMdar, Thursday, Saturday.
Act of an Unknown Tramp Caused a
Dunkirk, X. Y., July 1. Eight per persons
sons persons are known to be dead and more
than forty were injured in a rear-end
collision on the New York Central
here early this morning. All the fa
talities occurred in the first passenger
car of the rear train, when its engine
buckled back through the wooden ex
DEATH RODE WITH HIM
Washington, July 1. An unidenti unidentified
fied unidentified tramp, killed in the wreck at
Dunkirk this morning, was, accord
ing to reports to the railroad admin
istration probably the cause of the
tragedy. The mechanism controlling
the flow of air from the locomotive to
the brakes on the train was found
shut off at the place where the tramp
HUNS SCRAP FOR THE
CITY OF HAMBURG
London, July 1. Hamburg, which
has been in possesion of the Sparta Sparta-cans
cans Sparta-cans and communists for a week, was
occupied this morning by government
troops. An Exchange Telegraph dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Copenhagen reporting the
occupation, says there was no fight fighting.
ing. fighting. CITY POSTAGE TWO CENTS
A number of letters are being drop dropped
ped dropped in the postoffice with the city mail
with only one-cent stamps on them.
The law requires that there be a two two-cent
cent two-cent stamp on city mail when drop dropped
ped dropped in postoffice.
JNUT1CE, CIRCLE MEMBERS
The regular meeting of the Wood Woodmen
men Woodmen Circle will be held today, July
1st, at 8 p. m. The officers-elect are
especially urged to be present to
audit the books of the clerk and
banker. All the members are urged
to attend and pay dues as we will not
have another meeting until August
and the clerk will be out of town all
Mrs. W. T. Whitley, Guardian.
Mrs. B. L. Adams, Clerk.
It is being talked about town that
I am cutting the price of gasoline. I
assert that this is false, as I am sell selling
ing selling gasolene at 28c. per gallon, to
one and all alike and am NOT cutting
prices to any one.
M. A. Bouvier,
1-lt For Bouvier's Garage.
We mildly suggest to all our busi business
ness business men that they inform their pa patrons
trons patrons thru the Star what they will do
about Thursday half holiday and the
Fourth. We extra mildly repeat our
suggestion that they shut up Thurs Thursday
day Thursday at 1 p. m. and remain shut till
Saturday morning. At the end of that
lapse of time, their stores will look
real new and refreshing. We would
advise, however, that the drugstores
ripen in the late af ternoons, as usual.
Without the drugstores and theater
in the evening, Ocala would look more
like celebrating the nation's funeral
than its birthday.
The K. of P. had an elegant sup supper
per supper at the Colonial last night, to cele celebrate
brate celebrate the addition of a number of new
Ruby Lay, the fourteen months old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lay
of Wildwood, who was brought here
for treatment, died this morning at
10 o'clock. The remains will be car carried
ried carried to Wildwood this afternoon. In Interment
terment Interment will take place tomorrow aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 3 o'clock. E'. C. Jordan &
Co., funeral directors, in charge.
mmiii in i in in mir
L. T. IZLAR
National Surety Co. j
And can furnish all kinds of j
bonds. This Company is ap- jj
proved by the County Clerk J
and its bonds will be accepted J
ATTEMPT TO FLY
Tuggih British Airship, is
East Fortune, Scotrs)
Weather conditions thisNJuly 1.
more favorable and if theSg are
to improve the British dirigibLmue
may start on its proposed t24
Atlantic flight tonight.
MAY START TOMORROW
East Fortune, Scotland, July 1.
The British dirigible R-34, it is ex expected,
pected, expected, will start on its attempt to fly
across the Atlantic at 2 o'clock Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday morning; Weather conditions
here today were favorable for flying.
RED READING MATTER
TAKEN IN A RAID
Montreal, July 1. Tons of
shevik and socialist literature were
seized in a raid on the foreign quar quarters
ters quarters of the city today. Chief of Police
Belanger conducted the raid.
MOVING ON MOSCOW
London, July 1. Anti-Bolshevik
forces are advancing against Kursk,
250 miles south of Moscow and Voe Voe-ronezh,
ronezh, Voe-ronezh, hoping to find a way to Mos Moscow,
cow, Moscow, according to a Russian wireless
message quoting the official Bolshevik
organ, the Izvestia.
WANTED FOR SERVICE
ON THE BORDER
Recruiting Station, U. S. Army,
Ocala, Fla., July 1, 1919.
Men are wanted for organizations
on the Mexican border. Do you want
to go? If you do, we can send you in
the following branches: Infantry,
white or colored, cavalry,' field artil
lery, engineers, medical corps, ord ordnance
nance ordnance corps, air service and quarter quartermaster
master quartermaster corps. Men enlisting for the
Mexican border will be sent to the
usual recruiting stations for comple
tion of enlistments. Now is the time
to come in as you are wanted. Think
it over and then call at the above of
fice. Cornoral O'Brien, G. S. I.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c.; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month $3. Payaole in ad
WANTED Carrier boy for the first
ward. Must have bicycle. Apply at
once at Star office. 30-tf
WANTED One or two settings of
eggs, Plymouth Rock preferred. Let
me know what you have by phone
immediately. Call No. 304. R. N. Dosh.
LOST On Dunnellon road Saturday
night, folding pocketbook with name
"Annie R. Gordon" writtin in it: con
tained 3 in cash and note made pay
able to me. Finder will be rewarded
by returning to Solomon Lewis, gen general
eral general delivery, Ocala. 30-3t
HUNTER'S SECOND HAND HOUSE
Furniture bought and sold. Get
prices elsewhere, then see me
there's a sale made on one side or the
other. I have expert mechanics to put
in good condition anything you have,
such as furniture, lawn mowers, sew sewing
ing sewing machines, scissors, knives, saws,
pots, pans and all kinds of enamel enamel-ware.
ware. enamel-ware. Repair all kinds of broken
castings. Call at 310, 312 and 314
South Main street. 30-tf
FOR SALE Lot of second hand cook
stoves of all kinds. Have two large
ranges suitable for restaurant; also
patent castings to fit any make of
stove or range. Acme Stove Hospital,
326 N. Magnolia St, Ocala. 27-tf
OLD FALSE TEETH
Broken or not, I pay $2 to 35 per
set, also highest prices for bridges,
crowns, watches, diamonds, old gold,
silver and platinum. Send now and
receive CASH by return mail. Goods
returned if price is unsatisfactory.
BERNER'S FALSE TEETH SPEC SPECIALTY,
IALTY, SPECIALTY, 175 So. Pearl St., Albany, N.
JAIR PROPERTY OFFERED COUNTY
Voters of Marion Are Asked to Ap Approve
prove Approve Taking Over the Fair at
Election July 22
On July 22 the voters of Marion
county will be asked to go to the
polls and voice their approval of the
act passed by the legislature to au authorize
thorize authorize Marion county to take over
the county fair, to be operated under
the supervision of the countv com-
sie bill gives the countv commis-
a"Nthe power to purchase the
not bNrty, but this purchase will
directorSssary; as the board of
and AgriciJiip Marion County Fail
fered the fairAsociation have of of-without
without of-without cost to the county
brances or stringsithout encum encum-estimated
estimated encum-estimated that the faw kind. It is
its buildings and otherSinds with
would not be replaced iwrnents
Sl'0,00U. The county gets itV for
ii the people want it. The a
tural committee of the Marion
ty Board of Trade has gone into t
matter thoroughly, and is of the opin
ion that the county must either take
the fair over and operate it, or there
will be no fair.
As to the importance of the fair
there can be no question. It has giv
en Marion county a great amount of
valuable education and advertising
and has built up for the county a
widespread reputation. It has been
a means by which Marion county has
taken exhibits to the state fairs and
captured first premiums. It should
be a means through which Marion
county can send a complete exhibit
to the centennial exposition in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville in 1921, which will be one of
the greatest opportunities for adver advertising
tising advertising the county that it will have in
many a day.
As to the question of the public
ownership and operation of the fair,
governments build and operate li libraries,
braries, libraries, museums, art galleries,
parks, experiment stations and sim similar
ilar similar institutions, for educational and
ecnomic reasons. As proof of the fact
that the federal government values
the educational effert of fairs, it
spends millions of dollars annually in
sending exhibits to all parts of the
With the fair property deeded to
the county, without cost, without en encumbrances,
cumbrances, encumbrances, and without strings, it
becomes an asset upon which the
county could realize.
Last February the Marion County County-Fair
Fair County-Fair and Agricultural Association of offered
fered offered the fair property to the county
commissioners, if they would take
over and operate the fair. At that
time the commissioners could not act,
because they were without authority.
To get this authority a bill was in introduced
troduced introduced in the legislature, and was
passed, subject to a referendum to
the voters on July 22.
In order that there be no doubt
about the offer, of the Marion County
Fair and Agricultural Association, its
board of directors met on June 20,
with a majority of its members pres present,
ent, present, and unanimously adopted resolu resolutions
tions resolutions authorizing and instructing its
officers to deed to the county all of the
fair property, free of encumbrances
and of debt, provided that the people
approve at the election to be held on
About twelve years ago a few public-spirited
citizens conceived the idea
that Marion county should have a
county fair. An organization was
perfected under the name of Marion
County Fair Association, incorporated
for profit. Grounds were purchased,
cleared and fenced; buildings were
erected, a splendid half-mile race
track was built, and a first class fair
plant completed at a cost of about
$15,000. This corporation conducted
fairs up to about three years ago.
Three years ago the name of the
organization was changed to the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Fair and Agricultural As Association,
sociation, Association, not for profit; the former
stockholders donating all of their
stock to the new corporation. The
new corporation conducted fairs, with
the aid of the county, the officers of
the fair serving without pay, except excepting
ing excepting the secretary.
Two years ago, at the annual meet meeting
ing meeting of the Marion County Fair and
Agricultural Association, it was sug suggested
gested suggested that county fairs should be
conducted and operated by the people
of the county through their commis commissioners.
sioners. commissioners. This matter was discussed
from time to time, until the presi president
dent president of the Marion County Fair and
Agricultural Association called a
meeting to be held in his office, Feb.
13th, of this year, to consider the ad advisability
visability advisability of tendering the sole own ownership
ership ownership of the entire fair plant, free of
all encumbrances, to Marion county.
The president ef the fair associa association
tion association appointed a committee to appear
before the board of county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners to tender the entire property
of the fair to the county. This com
AND WITHOUT DEBT
mittee asked the county commission commissioners
ers commissioners to accept the fair property, with
out cost and without encumbrances,
for the good of the county. It was
believed that, under county manage management,
ment, management, the fairs would be a greater
success and would result in greater
interest among the people of the
county with regard to' the fair, and
a greater development of the re resources
sources resources of the county.
The commissioners thought favor favorably
ably favorably of the proposition, but were
without authority, and acting upon
the advice of the county attorney, had
passed by the legislature a bill giving
the necessary authority.
This bill, which is the one that the
people of the county will be asked to
approve at the election July 22, is as
"An Atrr to Authorize Marior
tv. of the State of Florida, to con
duct and Operate Fairs and Expo Expositions
sitions Expositions for the Benefit and Develop-
lvof the Agricultural, Horticul Horticul-stI'TJve
stI'TJve Horticul-stI'TJve Stock and Other Re-
StaRKf Marion County, of the
the PoVorida, and to Prescribe
of Counfj Duties of the Board
ion CountyN-qAssioners" of Mar Mar-Fairs
Fairs Mar-Fairs and ExpXRelation to Such
"Be It Enacted bySs.
the State of Flork&erislature of
"Section 1. That
board of county commissker the
Marion county in this state '-..of
deem it for the best interest ofll
county, it shall be lawful for suc
county, acting by and through said
board of county commissioners, to
stock, poultry, agricultural, horticul horticultural,
tural, horticultural, and other fairs or expositions
at any and all times, or from time to
time, for that purpose; to buy, lease,
acquire and occupy lands, to erect
buildings and improvements of all
kinds thereon; to develop the same
and to sell, lease or. convey such
J A A t m
property or any part inereoi in tne
discretion of said board, from timeto
time and to charge and receive com compensation
pensation compensation for the admission to such
fairs or expositions and for the sale
or renting of space for expositions or
other provisions, to conduct and hold
public meetings; to supervise and
conduct lectures and all kind3 of
demonstration work in connection
with or for the improvement of agri agricultural,
cultural, agricultural, horticultural, stock-raising,
poultry raising and all matters con connected
nected connected therewith; to hold exhibits of"
agricultural, and horticultural pro7
aucts, liev siock, pouury ana domes domestic
tic domestic animals; to award premiums and
prizes and to give certificates or di di-plimas
plimas di-plimas of excellence and generally do,
perform and carry out all manner of
acts and business usual or proper in
connection with such county fairs or
"Sec. 2. In order to carry out thu
purposes of this act, the board of
county commissioners of Marion
county is hereby authorized to em employ
ploy employ such agents and to expend in its
discretion such sums of money as it
may deem expedient, to be paid from
the funds of Marion county;-
"Sec. 3. The said county Commis Commissioners
sioners Commissioners of Marion county shall sub submit
mit submit to the qualified electors of said
county this act under referendum be before
fore before putting it into effect.
"Sec. 4. This act shall become ef effective
fective effective immediately upon its becom becoming
ing becoming a law."
The fair property is offered to the
county without cost, without encum encumbrances,
brances, encumbrances, and without strings. With Without
out Without cost means that the county pays
not one penny for the property.
Without encumbrances means that
the county must get the property
without debt of any kind. Without
strings means that the property is to
be turned over to' the county with no
provisions except that the people of
Marion county vote in favor of own
ing the grounds and operating an annual
nual annual county fairs.
Realizing the benefits that the
nrtimtxr Tina tapoivmI frrm -fair al.
ready, and the benefits that can be
gained in the future, and having, upon
investigation, found the facts as
above stated, we believe that it would
be well for the people to vote in favor
of accepting the fair property as ten tendered.
Agricultural Committee of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Board of Trade,
J. M. Meffert, Chairman.
A. C. Blowers.
Rush H. Todd.
Z. C. Chambliss.
Our store will be closed Thursday
afternoon for the regular weekly hol holiday
iday holiday and also all day Friday for July
4th. l-2t Marion Hardware Co.
There will he hot rnlla and hnt. r?n
namon puns, just ionow tne crowd, tr.
OCA LA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919
OCALA EVEIIIIIG STAR
! drunk, very ignorant or a pro-German
i at heart, to show disrespect to the
i French flag. We judge by the papers
! pnt: us hv Sercreant Harris from
lubiiMbed Every Ua Except Sunday by Camp Pontanezen that some of our
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men passing thru Brest are rather
inclined to be too frisky.
The treasury department is accused
of "great extravagance and unneces unnecessary
sary unnecessary expense" in putting on the Lib Liberty
erty Liberty Loan campaigns. But no partic particular
ular particular extravagance was noticed around
the newspaper offices, where the space
was begged to put the loan over.
Aw quit your beefing. TVe gave
the government as much space in pro
portion as anybody, and will do it
again. Everything a newspaper did
to help win the war made it easier
Dispatches from El Paso and other
points along the line say that since
the American invasion of Mexico the
other day, a great peace broods along.
the border. A big man should always
put up with a right smart from a lit
tle boy, but when the boy becomes too
had it is time to slan him over. If
DlMplayt Plate 10c. per inch for con con-insprtinns.
insprtinns. con-insprtinns. Alternate lnser-
tfnne 9Ti npr rent additional. Composi
tion charged on ads. that run less, than
at timq rir. npr inch. Soecial position
OA tier ati r additional. Rates based on.
4-inch minimum. Less than four inches
will take hisrher rate, which will be
furnished on application
!n0Vtrr Notice i oc. per line ior nrst
- -r rino ror eacn suDse-
?,,r't insertion. One change a week
itT, on readers without extra com
Legal advertisements at legal rat
will be made for mounting.
Army of Occupation toue Army
mans Sunday that it v them not
ol Occupation yet, a'
to get gay.
7-is a choice and
We'll bet tirtment of headaches
yariegatecLcently wet states of the
in all tls morning.
e dove of peace can now walk
,oout on the earth some, but. we
would advise it to borrow tne gaits oi
a game chicken, all the same.
If the Germans put the Hohenzol Hohenzol-lerns
lerns Hohenzol-lerns back in power, it will mean
more war, or an Allied backdown. It
will probably, mean more war anyhow.
Section 3470 of the General Sta Statutes
tutes Statutes read?:
"Bribery of Executive, Legislative
or Judicial Officer. Whoever corrupt corruptly
ly corruptly gives, offers or promises to any ex executive,
ecutive, executive, legislative or judicial officer,
after his election or appointment,
either before or after he is qualified,
or has taken his seat, any gift or
gratuity whatever '.vith intent to in influence
fluence influence his act, vote, opinion, decision
oi judgment on any matter, question,
cause or proceeding which may be
then pending or which by may by law
come or be brought before him in his
official capacity, shall be punished h
imprisonment in the state prisoncy
exceeding five years or in they fine
jail not exceeding one year, ri dol dol-not
not dol-not exceeding three thr
lars." or suspends
The governor rem discharge their
officers for failure duty of the gov gov-duties.
duties. gov-duties. Is it ny give to the public
ernor to no-ie man who offered to
the nameut to institute a criminal
bribe hJn against the corrupt of of-pro?
od Quality Material
Uncle Sam had slapped either Villa The entire personnel of the indus
or Carranza over about five ye
ago, the border trouble would
ended then and there.
Sam Jones used to say that it is
"the hit dog that hollers," and we had
an anonymous letter from Haines
City this morning that showed that
somebody down that way had been
Tne otar s reiiowsmp correspond correspondent
ent correspondent comes to the rescue of Gov. Catts
and his veto of the dog tax. Our cor correspondent's
respondent's correspondent's defense of the dog has
its merits, but Catts says he did not
veto the law for that reason.
"It is possible that the republicans
will accuse Wilson of playing politics
when he found room for a bunch of
warbrides on the George Washington.
But the soldiers will appreciate it. We
have no doubt that the soldiers and
sailors have been next to the presi president's
dent's president's heart all thru the war, and
what they have suffered has been
what -he couldn't prevent.
Von Bethman Hollweg, with a
grandstand play at loyalty, says he
wants to be tried in place of the ex-
kaiser. The best thing to do would
be to try Bill, Freddie, Ludendorff,
Tirpitz, Hollweg, Zimmerman, Jagow,
Bernstorff (especially Bernstorff),
Dernburg and several hundred more
and hang them all with entire impar impartiality.
tiality. impartiality. We regret very much the clash be between
tween between Americans an&JFrench at
Brest, all the more so because the
Americans seem to have been at
fault. An American must be very
In its prophecy of a fss Mary
the Star predicted ts wel1 as ef"
Marshall, the charr the Marion
ficient sup'erinteould g to France
County Hospe marry a dis dis-as
as dis-as a nurse- rench general. Miss
tinguish"ent France, all right,
Marpwny eason wny some general
apji 'capture her was because she
t so busy caring for the soldiers
that none of the higher command ever
had a chance to look at her. Ocala is
glad of this, because she is now back
with us, better-looking and smarter
than ever and resumes her place at
the hospital. She is one good soldier
who found her job waiting for her.
Recruiting Officer Kilgore returned
last night from a visit to Atlanta.
While there he visited the hospital
anad saw Sergeant Edward Green
and George Davis, who are convalesc convalescing
ing convalescing from their wounds. Sergeant
Green, who had to undergo another
operation a few weeks ago, is grow growing
ing growing stronger, and is now able to roll
himself about in his wheeled chair.
George Davis is also improving.
The Star has received a letter from
its clever boy friend, John Needham,
with Battery E, 7th Field Artillery,
First Division, stationed at Welsch Welsch-nendorf,
nendorf, Welsch-nendorf, Germany. John was in that
great army that suddenly moved out
of its quarters and loomed up like a
stormcloud over the Germans in that
part of the world, inspiring them
with a sudden desire to hear of the
treaty being signed. John is well and
reasonably contented, but says Ocala
would look mighty good to him.
A postcard from George Wenzel,
written aboard the transport, 700
miles out at sea, but mailed at New Newport
port Newport News, brings the good tidings
that George will soon be with us
People want to buy advertised
lines of goods. A well worded ad.
with the prices attached will sell
more goods than the best trained
clerk in your establishment. Prove
this by giving the Star's advertising
columns a trial.
S -CHS tAfc.-tvXWM? THIS
CONNS. 'R.OONO 1fc
ytvV OPr ICE DO It 'GMJSE WE
) OONT UKETfc WftUE OVJU. UEQrLkoj
Sergeant Chas. E. Harris, who rep represents
resents represents one of the stars on this
paper's service flag, is at Brest, in
the troop movement branch, which
means he will probably be among the
last to return. In addition to his mil
itary duties, Charlie has been work
ing as a linotype operator on the
"Pontanezen Duckboard," a very live
camp paper, of which he sends us a
copy. The Star and the Ocala Wood Woodmen
men Woodmen and many other friends are glad
to know that Charlie is well and as
contented as a homesick American
boy can be.
Mr. H. A. Waterman informs us
that on his recent visit to Daytona,
he saw Rollie Keating, who fought
bravely with the "Princess Pats" in
Flanders, and came home to Canada
when the war was over a mere hand handful
ful handful of the gallant regiment which
left for Europe four years before. To
have served with the Princess Pats
will be a patent of nobility in the
years to come.
Thomas Hames, a Belleview boy,
who served in France for over a year,
and has only recently returned home,
was in Ocala Saturday. He was with
the 306th ammunition train.
trial school, Miss Davis, the superin
tendent, Miss Clegg, her assistant,
and all the pupils, picnicked at Silver
Springs Monday. They had a wonder
fully good time, bathing morning and
afternoon, with an excellent luncheon
at noon. A little before sunset, they
had a watermelon cutting in the
pavilion, after which they returned
home in the cool of the evening. Mr.
Carmichael, with his usual kindness,
put the grounds and bathrooms at
their disposal and did many other
things to help make the day peasant.
A few friends of the school were in invited
vited invited to be present, and shared irt the
general good time.
The railroads are in hard luck. The
Seaboard has a washout between
Baldwin and Starke, and has to run
its trains on this branch to Lake City,
then down the G. S. & F. to Hampton
to get them back to its own tracks.
The Coast Line also has a washout
between Baldwin and Lake Butler and
has to run its trains on the old route
of twenty years ago, via Palatka.
That popular young man, Willie
Hood, has gone to Plant City, wrhere
he has accepted a position with the
C. E. Martin Phosphate Company.
Carrier boy for the first ward.
Must have bicycle. Apply at once to
Star office. 30-tf
Ford roadster in first class condi condition.
tion. condition. The Maxwell Agency, Ocala. tf
Stripe, Checked and Plain White.
All fast colors and nice run
of regular sizes
Why Pay More ?
Close TfliiuiFdlay Afiflemoomi
WILL CLOSE FOR THE FOURTH
Our store will be closed all day on
the Fourth of July. We will NOT close
for half holiday on the 3rd.
2t O. K; TEAPOT GROCERY.
Another shipment of the famous
Alma Zada Face Powder in at Gerig's
Do your shopping at the Book Shop
before one o'clock Thursday. We will
also be closed all day Friday, July
4th. The Book Shop. 30-3t
DR. G. A. H. EDMISTON
Veterinary Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phone 501. Office Phone 123
There will be hot rolls and hot cin
namon buns. Just follow the crowd..
Mciver & lacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBAL&IERS
PHONES 47. 1Q4. 303
Noah Taylor, who was with the
Western Union a few years ago, and
who has been in the army three years,
returned from France recently and is
at Camp Merritt. He served with the
signal corps, and will probably be at
his home in Lake City in a few days.
James Liddell is another of oui
Marion county boys to return from
Europe in the last few days. Jim was
in the service of supply, and in the
course of his duties saw a great deal
of France, which he likes very well,
but likes Florida better.
MICKEY IS THE STAR'S DEVIL
Mr. W. K. Zewadski is happy over
a dispatch from his son Guy, which
says he will be here tomorrow. Guy
is a first lieutenant of infantry, and
went thru the thick of it. He landed
at Newport News a few days ago and
is coming home on leave.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919
j :avc any .-ytjci, iiciua iui
olease pnone five-two-three.
Condon is in Valdosto, on
1S 1 UVlkVl ItUO
; yank's store.
; flowers has gone to Ty Ty-:
: Ty-: vr the rest of the summer,
i the guest of relatives.
CALL PHONE 13
When You Want
1 We call for your work and
5 make prompt return delivery.
MARION PRESSING CLUB
2 Smith & Garrett, Props.
ite? Then take a bottle of
Only one dollar at Gerig's
Feaster Moore has ac ac-sition
sition ac-sition in the office of the
lam Burford and Alfred
t yesterday for Atlanta,
lave substantial positions.
a huge crowd at Silver
day. Excursions on the
O. V. brought in over six
hundred people from all points be
tween Jacksonville and Cedar Keys,
and from Palatka, beside the usual
Ocala attendance and many from
surrounding towns. At 4 o'clock in
the afternoon, the autos stood wheel
to wheel around the beach at the
springs, with many parked behind
the semi-circle. About 1500 people
No char g ; for delivery of caskeUy or night.
WILBUR SMITH, ,'YLES JR.,
Office Phone 10 Nigfe 225 or 423
Mr. T. T. Munroe has returned
home from St. Augustine, where he
and Mrs. Munroe have been stopping
for the past few months. We are
sorry to learn that Mrs. Munroe is
not very well. Miss Robinson, the
trained nurse, has gone to St. Augus
tine to wait on her. Mr. Munroe,
after attending to some business af
fairs here, will return to St. Augus
tine and take Mrs. Munroe north. Mr.
Munroe informs us that Miss Mob
ley. who is a graduate nurse of the
Marion County Hospital, is now in
charge of the Worley sanitarium at
St. Augustine and giving great sat
isfaction to the managers of that in
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Help Us Give Yoj Service
We need your help during this h-erybody is calling
for prompt aervice everybody nec
Do your ahare be sure that tht delayed at your
home have the ice money or the when he comes
make it as easy for us to serve yoiyou want us to
We know vou will help us thai:
Ocala Ice : hef Co.
. y- """l"""t
the thirst andalh andalh-pletely
pletely andalh-pletely ref reshii
Orange-Crush is made yjf
pressed from fresh ripech
other wholesome ingredn.
ulated sugar, carbonate
acid found in oranges le le-fruit.
fruit. le-fruit. j
Ocala Coca-Cola Bs
5c by the bottle. Lei
Do your shopping at the Book Shop
before one o'clock Thursday. We will
also be closed all day Friday, July
4th. The Book Shop. 30-3t
The Temple theater management
feels badly over not being able to pre present
sent present its advertised pictures last eve evening,
ning, evening, but the trouble is due to the
films not arriving, tho the Temple had
been informed by wire that they were
on the way. The trouble seems to
have been due to the washouts north northeast
east northeast of Gainesville, which broke con connection
nection connection for awhile yesterday. The
Temple, however, presented to its
patrons last night one of those extra extra-funny
funny extra-funny animal comedies, which made
everybody who saw it forget their
troubles for awhile. That very pret pretty
ty pretty and talented actress, Violet Mer Mer-sereau,
sereau, Mer-sereau, will appear tonight in a dual
role, in the very fine picture, "To "Together."
gether." "Together." There is no question about
this picture as the reels have arrived.
The Hearst News will also be shown.
Lieut. Guy B. Zewadski who landed
at Newport News last Thursday, will
arrive in Ocala tomorrow on a fur furlough,
lough, furlough, which he will spend with his
father, Mr. W. K. Zewadski and his
uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. J. W.
Hood, at wrhose home he will be en entertained.
tertained. entertained. Lieut. Zewadski has seen
active service in France, and has been
in Germany with the Army of Occu Occupation
pation Occupation since the signing of the arm armistice,
istice, armistice, and his many friends are look looking
ing looking forward with pleasure to welcom welcoming
ing welcoming him home.
A big supply, of Beggarweed and
Sorghum Seed now on hand at the
Ocala Seed Store. Phone 435. tf
Miss Louise Rentz of Carrabelle,
who was one of the guests at Miss
Eloise Henry's house party at Lake
Weir, accompanied Miss Elizabeth
Yowell, another member of the party,
to her home in Orlando, and will ar arrive
rive arrive in Ocala the latter part of the
week to be the guest of Miss Agnes
Burford and Miss Nettie Camp.
Miss Ellen Stripling left Monday
afternoon for a visit to one of her
Brenau schoolmates, Miss Rebecca
Weaver, at Greenwood, Miss. After
some weeks stay with Miss Weaver,
Miss Stripling will start homeward,
visiting friends in Alabama and North
Carolina on the way. She will reach
Ocala about Sept. 1.
There will be hot rolls and hot cin
namon buns. Just follow the crowd.
The Fire Knocked Us Out For a While Buf the
A IP dD
Is Getting Back to it's
T A Ml AM
Mr. C. C. Bennett leaves in a day
or so for a visit to his old home at
Thomasville, Ga. No matter where
else he may be during the remainder
of the year, Mr. Bennett always
spends the Fourth under the old
In giving the names of the guests
at Miss Eloise Henry's house party,
that of Miss Jessie Gedge of Miami,
was inadvertently "omitted. Miss
Gedge returned to her home on Mon
dayp having made many friends
among the young people. -Miss
Marie Mathews of Fleming
ton, who was a student of our high
school, and who has been visiting her
brother, Mr. J. R. Mathews, at New
Smyrna since commencement, has re
turned home and paid her Ocala
friends a visit Sunday.
Mrs. H. W. Henry and daughter,
Miss Eloise Henry, have returned
from Lake Weir, wher they were re
spectively chaperone and hostess at
an enjoyable house party the past
week. The young lady guests have all
returced to their homes, with the ex
ception of Miss Helen Freeman of
Tampa, who is the guest, for a few
days, of Miss Henry in this city.
Mrs. L. M. Green of Lake City,
formerly Miss Majorie Taylor of
Ocala, and her little niece, who are
visiting relatives at Reddick, were in
Miss Claudia O'Neal, who is now a
trained nurse in a Jacksonville san sanitarium
itarium sanitarium is home on a visit to her par parents
ents parents at their residence on the Lake
Mr. and Mrs. W. Hickman Cham Chambers
bers Chambers and Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Nash are
a congenial party who expect to
motor to Jacksonville tomorrow.
Two Dodge touring cars for sale at
bargains. The Maxwell Agency, tf
We lost no time in putting in orders tor FANCY GROCERIES usually
carried in stock and ever day brings something to help complete our line.
Don't be shocked when we tell you that groceries are going to he
higher. There is hardly any thing but what is advancing In price. Soms
things may come down, but, it we don't miss our guess, we will see things
that we eat higher in price tor the next year than we have ever heard of.
Rice is expected to play out before the new crop comes in. Corn products are advancing every day.
Fats and oils are going sky high. All soaps are moving upwards.
We are not trying to scare you, but we are putting you wise so that you will know what to expect. That
old economy stuff is still in order.
Here is a list of new goods just in.
Look the list over and let us have your order.
Royal Scarlet Seeded Raisins,
Shelled Almonds, Heide's Almond
Paste, Royal Scarlet Samp, Roval
Scarlet Unpolished Rice, R. S. Sal Salmon
mon Salmon Steak, Royal Scarlet Fritter
Com, R. S. Split Peas, R. S. Guava
Jelly, R. S. Marshmallow Creme,
Brands Al Sause, Burnett's Extracts.
R. S. Bouillon Cubes, Moro Black
Molasses, R. & R. Boned Chicken,
Dittman's Caviar, Uroka Jap Crab
Meat, Baker's Sweet Chocolate,
Baker's Dot Sweet Choclate, Franco
Beef Broth. Knox's, Cox's and Coop Cooper's
er's Cooper's Gelatine, Chase & Sanborn's
Seal Brand Coffee, C. & S. Teas Teas-Orange
Orange Teas-Orange Peko, Seal Brand Orange
Peko, Emperor's Blend, Diamond 60
S AWT AY 100 Pure Butter, of
Nuts, for baking, shortening, frying
and candy making. Does not contain
any animal fat or cottonseed oil.
Canned Shrimp, Lobsters, Herring
Roe, Potato Chips, Strained Florida
Honey, G. Washington Instant Cof Coffee,
fee, Coffee, Barrington Hall Soluble Coffee.
Keliogg's Cooker Bran, Kellogg's
Toasted Wheat Biscuit,
Health Bran, Pettijohn's
Food, Cream of Wheat,
Pimento Cheese, Chili Cheese, Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia Ceram Cheese, New York
State Full Cream Cheese, Pineapple
E APOT GE(Q)C
(Smith Grocery Company's Old Stand)
434, 16Iand 174
There will be hot rolls and hot cin
namon buns. Just follow the crowd, tf
A big supply of Beggarweed and
Sorphum Seed now on hand at the
Ocala Seed Store. Phone 435. tf
We are showing a fine line of
Bathing Caps. See them before buy buying.
ing. buying. Gerig's Drug tSore. 28-tf
Two Dodge touring cars for sale at
The Maxwell Agency, tf
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Move those goods by advertising.
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Aside from the essential compou
necessary to life that are preset ; in
Schlite Famo protein and c. .o .o-hydrates
hydrates .o-hydrates the organic acids, aro..- .ic
compounds of the hop content ::nd
carbonic acid gas, exert a very L3 L3-ficial
ficial L3-ficial action.
They have a specific antiseptic prop property
erty property to suppress the development of
harmful bacteria that may be lodged
in the intestinal tract
They stimulate refresh and assist
digestion by replacing to a certain
extent the hydrochloric acid of the
stomach cause it to flow more freely
increasing the secretion of the
Drink Schlitz Famo freely it is a
worth while cereal beverage, non non-intoxicating,
intoxicating, non-intoxicating, healthful and satisfying.
Good and good for you.
On sale wherever soft drinks
are sold. Order a case from
Thones 209 & 92
Moses Grocery Co
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919
Dr. Gatrell and family of Fairfield
were among the visitors to Silver
Mr. James Bryan Jr., a clever
. young Tampan, was visiting Ocala
Miss Grace Smith has gone to
Jacksonville to take a position in the
Western Union office there.
Miss Nettie Camp, who has been at attending
tending attending a house party in Bartow, is
expected to return to Ocala the last
of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Reynolds and
two children went to Jacksonville this
afternoon on a combined business and
Mrs. G. G. Mavnard and young sou
. George, will leave Thursday for Has Hastings,
tings, Hastings, where they will be the guests
of relatives for a month.
Miss Nellie Stevens left on the
early morning train for Erie, Pa., in
response to a telegram announcing
the critical illness of a near relative.
TO ADVERTISERS-Copy for dis-
play ads. must be in this office on the
day before they are intended for pub
Hcation The 'Star., tf
Mrs. W. T. Whitley has gone to
Jacksonville to be the guest of
friends until Thursday, when she will
go to Gainesville, Ga., for a visit to
her mother. J
Mrs. Smith Hardin and son, Wal Walter
ter Walter Hardin, were passengers on the
early morning train, going to Wilkes Wilkes-barre,
barre, Wilkes-barre, Pa., where they will spend the
remainder of the summer Jwith rela relatives.
tives. relatives. )
The officers captured that' slick
scoundrel, Peter Paul, selling whisky
Saturday night; "they also raided his
house and found a ten-gallon jug
therein. When they went to take
' him to the county jail Monday, he
broke and ran, and by slipping around
a convenient corner made his get getaway.
away. getaway. The officers will land Peter
yet, and when he goes to the pen. we
wouldn't advise trying any honor sys
tem on him, for he doesn't know what
Miss Mildred Essex of Palatka is
the attractive guest of Miss Viola
Simmons at her home on West Eighth
street, Springfield, for an extended
visit. While here Miss Essex will be
delightfully entertained by her many
Miss Essex formerly resided in
Ocala, removing with her parents to
Palatka last spring.
Miss Marie Robinson's friends are
glad to see her out again after her
recent trying experience. Miss Rob Robinson
inson Robinson had the misfortune to run a
splinter in her foot last week, which
becoming infected has caused her ex extreme
treme extreme pain and inconvenience.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gary expect to
leave Saturday for Daytona Beach,
where they have rented an apartment
for the remainder of the summer. Mr.
Gary will return to his business Mon Monday,
day, Monday, but will spend the week-ends
with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Tompkins, Miss
Iiene Tompkins and Mrs. H. E. Tur Turner
ner Turner of Micanopy, returned yesterday
from a motor trip to Miami and
points adjacent, where they were the
guests of relatives.
Martha Ray is the quaint name
given to the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. McKay of Morriston,
who arrived at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. E. At Osborne in this city last
Pennsylvania, and who has been vis visiting
iting visiting relatives in North Carolina since
the beginning of her vaaction, will ar arrive
rive arrive in Ocala Thursday, accompanied
by little Miss Martha, the daughter of
Mr. James Taylor.
We regret to announce the illness
cf Dr. E. Van Hood. By order of the
mayor, the streets next to his home
have been roped off, as his illness has
been caused principally by nervous nervousness
ness nervousness due to over-work. He will be
taken to Asheville as soon as he is
able to stand the journey.
John Bouvier returned to Jack-1
sonville Monday, after spending Sun Sunday
day Sunday her with his mother, Mrs. J. A.
Today: Violet Mersereau in "To "To-Strain"
Strain" "To-Strain" and International News.
Wednesday: Gladys Brockwell hi
"The Pitfalls of a Great City." Mutt
Thursday: Evelyn Nesbit and her
son, Russell Thaw, in "The Woman
Friday: Mae Marsh in "The Racing
Strain" and Interantional News.
NOTICES OP INTEXTIOX TO APPlY
FOR LETTERS PATENT
Notice is hereby given that on the
4th day of August, 1919, the under undersigned
signed undersigned will ajrply to the governor of
the state, of Florida for letters patent
to issue on the following .. .proposed
II. C. JONES.
J. C. LANIER.
II. C. WILLIAMS.
PROPOSED CHARTER OP OCALA
AUTO & GARAGE C03IPAXY
.'." ARTICLE I.
The name of this corporation shall
Ibe OOALA AUTO & GARAGE COM COMPANY.
PANY. COMPANY. Its principal place of business
"shall be In Ocala, Marion, county, Flor Florida
ida Florida but it may establish such other
ftlace or places of business, either with with-n
n with-n or without the state of Florida, as
it may deem proper.
The nature of the businesses to be
transacted 'by this corporation are as
To buy. sell, exchange and otherwise
deal in automobiles, trucks and all
kinds of motor or other vehicles;
To .'buy, sell and otherwise deal in all
automobile supplies and accessories,
tools and eauioment:
To repair and equip automobiles,
motor trucks or other venicies, ana ao
and perform all services incident or
proper in tne conouct oi a garage;
To conduct a general mercantile bus business
iness business or -businesses;
And to do all other things usual,
necessary or proper to be done in con connection
nection connection iwltb, any or all of the busi businesses
nesses businesses aforesaid.
The amount of capital stock of this
corporation shall be Twenty Thousand
(120,000.00) ollars, divided into Two
Hundred shares of the par value of
One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars each.
All or any part of such capital stock
may be paid in cash or in property,
labor or services, at a just valuation to
ibe fixed by the directors at a meeting
to 'be called for such a purpose.
The term for which this corporation
shall exist is ninety-nine years.
The 'business of this corporation shall
be conducted by a president, a -vice-president,
a secretary, a treasurer and
a board of directors to be elected ait
nually. The directors shall be elected
by the -stockholders at the annual
stockholders' meeting, and the other
officers shall be elected by tne oirec oirec-tors
tors oirec-tors at their first meeting after each
annual stockholders' 'meeting.
Such board of. directors shall consist
of not less than three nor more than
The offices of secretary and treasurer
of eaid corporation may be held Dy one
end the same person.
Annual meetings of this corporation
shall be held on the last Tuesday in
Aujrust or each year, and the first an
nual meeting shall be held Tuesday,
August 26th, 1919.
The following officers shall conduct
the business of this corporation until
the first meeting of the stockholders or
until their successors shall be qualified:
President, H. C. Williams.
Vice President, J. C. Lanier.
Secretary and Treasurer, H. C. Jones.
Board of Directors, H. C. Jones, J. C.
Lanier and H. C. Williams.
The highest amount of indebtedness
to -which this corporation can at any
time subject itself shall be Twenty
Thousand ($20,000.00) Dollars.
ARTIVLE VII. v
The names, places of residence and
the amount of capital stock subscribed
. by each of the subscribers are as f ol ol-lows:
lows: ol-lows: H.C. Jones. Ocala, Florida, 40 shares.
J. C. -Lanier. Ocala, Florida, 20 shares.
H. C. Williams, Ocala, Florida, 20
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION.
I hereby certify that 'before me per personally
sonally personally came H. C. Jones, J. C. Lanier
and H. C. Williams, to me well known
to be the persons who subscribed their
names to the foregoing proposed char charter,
ter, charter, and that each of them acknowl acknowledged
edged acknowledged to me that he executed said in instrument
strument instrument for the purposes therein ex expressed
pressed expressed and that he subscribed for the
amount of capital stock set opposite
I further certify that my commission
expires on the 17th day of April, 1923.
Witness my hand and official seal at
Ocala; Florida, this 21st day of June,
1919. MABEL JOHNSON,
6-24-tues Notary Public
Notwithstanding the injuries he
suffered in the wreck near Juliette
yesterday, Conductor Perkins of
Sunnyjim took his train out this
Miss Margaret Taylor, who fills a
responsible educational position in
Unusual Experience of Georgia Lady
Which Created Sensation
Last Wednesday night. Mrs. Julia
Brown, who lives in Georgia near the
Florida line, found about fifty mala malarial
rial malarial mosquitoes dead in her bedroom.
She was very much surprised. Upon
investigation, she learned that her
room had been sprayed with "Tor "Torment"
ment" "Torment" the afternoon before by her
son. "Torment is a new preparation
put out by the G. B. Williams Com Company,
pany, Company, Quitman, Georgia, and is creat creating
ing creating quite a sensation all over the
bouth. It is deadly to flies, mosqui mosquitoes,
toes, mosquitoes, ants, fleas, lice, mites, bedbugs,
roaches, etc. It has a pleasant odor,
will not soil clothing nor furniture,
and is absolutely harmless to human
beings. "Torment' 'is put up in 25c.
bottles. Sold by dealers every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
Careful Estimates, made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Honey than any other
contractor In tb city.
Mr. and Mis. E. E. Dobbs of the
Florida House leave this afternoon
for quite an extended business and
pleasure trip north and west. They
will visit Buffalo, Niagara Falls and
make the lake trip by boat between
Buffalo and Detroit, where Mr. Dobbs
will purchase a 1920 auto, drive to
Chicago and tour the state of Illinois,
visiting relatives and friends. They
expect to drive home about August
15 or 20, through Kentucky or Ashe
ville, N. C. The hotel will be looked
after during the absence by Mrs. M.
Frank Carlisle, one of our recently
returned soldiers, will go to Mulber
ry, where he has a position with the
Prairie Pebble Phosphate Company.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Giles, promi prominent
nent prominent residents of Orlando, spent the
day in the city.
Mr. Fred L. Stringer and Mr. J. C.
Davant, prominent lawyers from
Brooksville, were in the city today.
Copy for display advertisements
must be handed in the day before they
are to appear to insure insertion.
We will not guarantee insertion the
same day copy is furnished.
Eastman Kodaks and Films to be
had in Ocala only at Gerig's Drug
Just in, Lord Baltimore aJl
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colors, ou cents me oua
Wanted, carrier ooy in inward.
ward. inward. Must have bicycl' at
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once to J5iar orace.
going witbout Qlv
you think they,"-
old." o. y
Doon't forget to call No. 519 at No.
Ill West Broadway for fresh meats
cf all kinds, fish and oysters in sea
son. Will open June 21st. J. D.
Dawkins, manager. 16-12t
GLAD TO If
Says Watoga Lady,
Car Am Ha Dnne I
As To Help C
Watoea.W. Va. Mrs'en.
of this town, says: "Wr:ears
of age, I suffered greatimes
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and my health was aw
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and strong, and I owe11
I am married now ?Idfen
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female trouble, and Hrdui
if I need a tonic. i"Yto
what it has done fV he,P
If you are nervous"ead"
arhp5 haclraehes. Other
ailments so coramor1 no
give Cardui a trial ed by
many physicians. years
Begin taking Cal may
be the very medici;
Having opened a first class
repair shop for all makes of -Automobiles,
Trucks, etc I
solicit a share of the patron patron-age
age patron-age of car owners in this sec section.
tion. section. I guarantee satisfnrti
in my work and my char
reasonable. I carry a lar
line of, accessories for auto automobiles.
mobiles. automobiles. Let me overhaul vn,
car wnen it needs it. anrf t
inai it aoes not necessarily
Service Station for- Moon,
Maxwell, Chalmers and Oak Oakland
land Oakland Cars.
Open 6 a. m. to 10 p. m.
BOO WS GARAGE
Corner Fort King and
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Private B,ths and 00
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five-passenger car, absolutely perfect
t? t? r ,7 JLJ "v1- a bargain.
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