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OGALA, FLORIDA, TIU'RSDAY, AHil'ST 21, IIU9
VOL. 26, NO. 199
BE RE-TOO STRONG
PRESIDENT HAS OUR CAVLRY
AMERICAN SPUNK FIVE THOUSAND BOARD OF TRADE
NOT THE POWER
Arguments that Caused Congress to
Repeal Daylight Saving Law
Over His Veto
Washington, Aug. 21. Agitation
for repeal of the daylight saving law
first came from farmers but recently
has been buttressed by labor unions,
mothers' clubs, rural school authori authorities
ties authorities and many other interests. Urban
opinion also became divided and offic officials
ials officials of many cities and smaller towns
came out against the law. Congress
was flooded with petitions for repeal
of the law, in collision with a counter
flood urging retention of the statute..
Loss of time in farm labor was the
principal objection raised to the law.
This complaint came principally from
farmers employing hired hands and
opponents of the law declared that all
farmers, at some time during the
summer season, are employers of la labor
bor labor and suffered from the law.
The complaint of loss of labor was
based principally on the shortening of
the working day on the farm by ad advancing
vancing advancing of the clock one hour from
March to October. The farmers de declared
clared declared they couldn't adjust farm work
to the advanced time because. with
the clock advanced an hour, farm
work couldn't begin as early in the
morning as under the normal time
schedule and must close an hour
earlier. This is because the dew ou
the ground in the early morning pre prevents
vents prevents plowing and other farm labor
'under the advanced time schedule.
Farm hands hired men, etc. it
was contended, will not work after 6
p. m. clock time, or at most 7 o'clock.
Advancing of the clock an hour, there therefore,
fore, therefore, caused a loss of an hour's work working
ing working time at the end of t,he day, when
the ground is in gqod condition for
work but with farm labor refusing to
work after 6 or 7 o'clock, clock time.
Individual farmers, as well as those
employing help, also declared they
fcuffer from great confusion from the
advanced time. -Various farm activi
ties, it was said, must co-ordinate with
clock time in adjacent towns and
cities. Farmers, it was explained,
'must deliver produce to trains, fre
quently early in the morning. If the
farmers work by sun time, in order to
meet ground conditions, milking oi"
cows. etc.. it was said, they suffef
hardship in rising and working an
hour earlier in order to load wagons
of produce to meet trains. They also
declare cows, chickens and other farm
animals cannot adjust themselves to
the new clock time but require attend
tion according to natural custom and
"The rooster crows regardless of
the daylight saving law," one farmer
declared in a petition to Congress.
Mothers' objections to the daylight
law were based upon, confusion of
conditions in the home and, funda fundamentally,
mentally, fundamentally, loss of sleep by children.
They declared children are wafcened
an hour earlier than usual under the
law 'and lose another hour's sleep at
night, because of refusal or inability
to sleep during daylight of the eve evening.
ning. evening. These conditions, it is said,
cause loss of weight, fretfulness, ner nervous
vous nervous troubles and other ailments of
children-and the mothers, too, from
contact with the children.
Protests against the law from labor
unions and' workingmen are based
upon the requirement of the daylight
law for earlier rising. Wives of
workingmen, it is said, are compelled
often to rise before daylight, and pre
pare breakfast by. artificial light.
Some labor unions say the hour's add
ed daylight at the end of the day does
not compensate for the loss of sleep
and early morning hardships of the
advanced clock time.
Rural school authorities objected to
the law because, they said, it was a
hardship both on pupils and teachers,
who often have. to. walk from one to
six miles to school and must arise
before daylight to arrive on time.
Objections of town and city officials
were varied. Some towns in agricul agricultural
tural agricultural regions, observing farmers' op opposition
position opposition to the law, refused to adjust
their clocks. Maintenance of the "old"
time in such towns caused confusion
in meeting trains, and other civic af affairs.
fairs. affairs. Other municipalities, principal principally
ly principally in the middlewestern time zone,
passed ordinances "advancing time timepieces
pieces timepieces an hour, adopting the time
standards of the eastern zone, before
the daylight saving law was enacted.
The law, therefore, required these
"central time" cities to advance their
timepieces still another hour. Some
observed and some declirJed to observe
the law, making for further confus confusion.
ion. confusion. To 'the argument of champions of
the daylight law, that it makes for
actual economic gain, in savings of
light and fuel, opponents of the law
contended that really an, economic loss
develops that farm production was
To Declare Peace by Proclamation,
Nor Will He Do So Until the Sen Senate
ate Senate Ratifies the Treaty
Washington, August 21. President
Wilson said he has not the power to
declare peace by proclamation, nor
will be consent to take such a step
prioi to ratification of the peace
treaty by the Senate, in reply to the
twen written questions submitted to
him by Senator' Fall after the White
The president stated further that
immediate ratification of the treaty
and acceptance of the league of na
tions covenant would cetrainly reduce
the cost of living through the restora
tion of commerce and production to
German overseas possessions, the
president said, are merely given into
a trusteeship of the allied powers and
do title to ownership is conveyed un under
der under the treaty.
A BIG DEAL CONSUMMATED
Marion Hardware Company Has Pur Purchased
chased Purchased the Carn-Thomas Block
on Magnolia Street
Among the many big trades and
business changes that have occurred
in Ocala during the past month or
two, few have more importance at attached
tached attached to them than the one the Mar Marion
ion Marion Hardware Company has just
This company,, to meet the increas
ed growth of its business and to keep
abreast of the improved business con conditions
ditions conditions of Marion county and the ter territory
ritory territory adjoining, realized for some
time that- it must have more room
and, like all healthy business con
cerns, desired a home of its own.
With this in mind the company ha&
nought the finely located and most
substantially built, two-story and
basement brick corner known as the
Carn-Thomas building and at the
same time, from other interests, the
vacant lot adjoining and which fills
the space between that building and
the one owned by Mr. Lanier Robert Robertson.
son. Robertson. This gives the Marion Hardware
Company a frontage on Magnolia
street of 120 feet, to a depth of 130
leet, and the present building will be
added to until it is one solid building,
covering the entire property.
The plans of the new building em
hrace a plate glass display front of
the entire length of the building on
Magnolia street, something the com company
pany company has never had in its present lo location
cation location and which will be one of the
best and largest display fronts in the
There will be ample room in 'the
store to display samples of the heavy
hardware, implements, etc., that have
been shown hertofore only in the
A very large and absolutely com complete
plete complete stock of hardware, builders'
materials, paints, farming tools and
implements, mill and mining supplies
and everything in the line will be cai-w
lied far in excess of the stock main maintained
tained maintained heretofore. A man will be put
on the road and the company will do
considerabel wholesale business.
Mr. Preer, Ihe manager, stated to a
Star reporter that the company would
get into its new quarters" about Jan
uary 1st. Work of changing the
buildingvand building the new portion
will commence at once. The company
will sunnlv the material and Levi
Alexander & Son, experienced build
ers, will do the work.
This company, since its reorganiza
tion a few months, ago, has been in
creasing, its business very rapidly,
and is getting right in line for the
substantial growth and improvement
of this old town and section of" the
state, which is not only coming but
TRAIN ROBBERY TOOK
PLACE IN TENNESSEE
NashVille, Aug. 2X. Four bandits
held up a Louisville & Nashville pas
senger train, No. 7, between Columbia
and Pulaski, and escaped with the
LYNCHING IN NORTH CAROLINA f
Henderson, N. C, Aug. 21. Walter
Elliott, a negro, was lynched here to today
day today following an attack on a farmer's
curtailed and? that while fuel and
light were saved in cities there was
a greater loss on farms, where lamps
in the home and lanterns in the barns
must be used an hour earlier.
Harold Bell Wright's new book on
sale today at The BOOK SHOP. 213t
Mexicans are Bitter Over the Sum Summary
mary Summary Invasion of Their
Marfa, Texas, Aug. 21 The Amer American
ican American troops are continuing their drive
into Mexico after the bandits, with
the co-operation of Carranza forces.
One bandit has been killed and two
captured by the pursuing Americans.
The heavy rains have obliterated the
train of the bandits, but the Eighth
Cavalry troopers are pushing on thru
the canyons and passes south of Can Can-delaria,
delaria, Can-delaria, Texas.
The Mexican press is bitter against
ihe American troops crossing the boi
tier. Additional suplies are being
lushed to the troops in the field. Gen General
eral General Peruneda, with 250 Carranza
cavalry, is camped near the Ameri Americans.
cans. Americans. PICKED UP THE TRAIL
American trops have picked up a
hot trail of the bandits.
GREASERS ARE GROWLING
Washington, Aug. 21. The Mexi Mexican
can Mexican ambassador has been instructed
by his government to protest to the
state department against crossing of
the border by American troops.
LEONARD'S HARD LUCK
Columbus Merchant Heavily Fined for
Columbus, August 21. Theodore
Leonard, one of forty food dealers ar arrested
rested arrested on the charge of holding meats
in cold storage, was fined 500.
AH That It Is Worth
For Your Citrus Crop
Getting full value for the grape grapefruit,
fruit, grapefruit, oranges, etc., grown by iti
members is the purpose for which
the Florida Citrus Exchange exists.
The methods in use by the Ex Exchange
change Exchange acquaint consumers with
the real worth of the citrus fruits
that are sold under the Sealdsweet
Dealers arc sa. fairly treated that
they gladly co-operate in the
effective distribution and sale at
good prices of the fruit shipped
by the Ftorida Citrus Exchange
for its members.
You can have the benefit of these
factors in the marketing of your
fruit provided you will join the
Exchange. For further prrticu prrticu-lars
lars prrticu-lars as to ho wh-re and when
you can become a momber,
Florida Citrus Exchange
Marion County Citrus Sub-Exchange
a Number of Teuton Noses
in a Baltic Sea Port
Copenhagen, Aug. 21. Fights be between
tween between American and German sailors
j at Neufahrwasser resulted in the
'.vounding of one German seaman and
hoviral civilians, according to Danzig
FRENCH JOINED AMERICANS
The disorders grew out of a quarrel
in a dance hall. Civilians also are
raid to have joined the Germans m an
attack on Americans, who were rein reinforced
forced reinforced by French seamen and charged
the crowds. Shots were lired from
ihe destroyer Claymore and frontier
guards dispersed the cicwds.
HOME NEW FEATURES
ADDED BY OLD CONCERN
Elsewhere in today's Star will be
foand the advertising announcement
tf the Ocala Gas Engine Works now
)peraled by Messrs. J. H. Spencer
ind Walter R. Pedrick. While Mr.
Pcdrick has only recently embarked
n this line, of business, he is well
known in this section of the state and
his business qualifications are estab established.
lished. established. Mr. Spencer, the senior part partner,
ner, partner, who has been operating the
Ocala Gas Engine Works for many
years, is the oldest (with two excep exceptions)
tions) exceptions) automobile man in Florida, and
has been selling the old reliable Buick
Lear since 1904. With this combination
and the addition of the several new
features the Ocala Gas Engine Works
m bound to keep right on growing as
it has ever since its conception some
fifteen years ago.
Keep out the moths with Cedar
Compound, 25 cents the package at
! Gong's Drug Store. tf
And Two Years Imprisonment Ade Adequate
quate Adequate Punishment for
Washington, Aug. 21. The House
agricultural committee has reported
favorably an amendment to the food
control act imposing a fine of five
thousand dollars and imprisonment
lor two years for profiteering Th
terms of the act are extended to in
clude wearing apparel, containers of
food, feed or fertilizers, fuel oil and
Senate and House leaders are in
doubt as to when a vote will.be taken
on reservations to the league of na nations.
tions. nations. JACKSONVILLE MAN SPEAKS
Lewis Harvey of Jacksonville, today
?poke in favor of the Kenyon bill reg regulating
ulating regulating the packing industry before
the Senate committee. In behalf of
the Southern Wholesale Grocery As
sociation, Mr. Harvey urged the pas passage
sage passage of the measure, saying the pack pack-res'
res' pack-res' unfair methods are a menace to
SENATE SHOULD BE SHOWN
Senator Walsh today introduced a
resolution requesting that the Senate
committee investigating the cost of
living have access to the income tax
returns of all corporations distribut distributing
ing distributing food.
POSSIBLY HE DOESN'T KNOW
President Wilson is asked to fur furnish
nish furnish information as to labor and cost
of production of coal, steel, copepr,
meat and canned goods as a means of
determining to what extent it influ influences
ences influences the high cost of living, in a res resolution
olution resolution introduced today by Represen Representative
tative Representative Carss.
BIG TOBACCO CROP
Another banner tobacco crop is the
forecast of the department of agricul agriculture.
ture. agriculture. HALL FARM SOLD
Quite an important real estate deal
took place the other day when the
Hall farm, out on the Silver Springs
boulevard was sold to Mr. J. Frank
'iray ot Macon, Miss. The transac
tion was managed for Mr. R. S. Hall
by his efficient secretary, Mr. W. M.
Mr. Gray has secured quite a bar bargain.
gain. bargain. The farm covers over 400 acres
of good land, with uptodate buildings
and machinery, and has a flag station
right on the Seaboard Air Line. It is
well stocked with cattle and poultry,
and is in fact a model farm.
Mr. John Martin, who has success
fully managed the farm the last two
years, will probably give it up. Mr.
Martin took charge of the farm dur
ing the war more for the reason of
helping out by raising food crops than
to make money. He has made quite a
success out of it, demonstrating his
own ability and the worth of the farm.
THE TWENTY MAXWELLS
The 1920 model Maxwell, a brand
new car from end to end, with scarce
ly a single part interchangeable with
the 1919 model, has arrived, a load of
six touring cars. Every objectionable,
inconvenient or weak point about the
former Maxwells has been removed.
Ihe Maxwell agency reports that the
price of the new after-the-war Max
well is $1090, delivered.
A GOOD ROAD TO AVOID
A party f autoists coming in from
Jacksonville the other night asked the
Star to warn all drivers going between
Ocaal and Jacksonville to avoid the
road via Hawthorne. They found it
in a terrible condition between Haw Hawthorne
thorne Hawthorne and Micanopy Junction, and
were hardly able to pull thru.
WANTED A nice milch cow. Mrs.
L. A. Griggs, Moss Bluff, Fla. 22-2t
FOR SALE A good milch cow.
Cheap if sold at once. Apply to J. W.
Hunter, 110 South Main street. 21 3t
be sold at a bargain if quick sale is
mao'e. Apply to J. W. Hunter, 110 S.
Main street. 21-3t
FOR RENT Seven room dwelling;;
all modern mprovements; furnished
or unfurnished. Apply at No. 20 Her Herbert
bert Herbert street. 21-6t
FOR SALE Seven cottages, from
?C50 to $1500. Easy terms. Live in
your own house. Rents going up. See
L M. Murray, Room 5, Holder block,
Ocala, Fla. 21-6t
Three Matters of Importance WiU be
Placed Before Members
The Board of Trade meets tonight,
in regular session, at 8 o'clock. The
importance'of the matters to be con considered
sidered considered call for a full attendance. The
members will be asked to advise
whether Marion county shall do with without
out without demonstration and extension work
in agriculture next year.- The board
of governors will ask that the Board
of Trade, as a whole, endorse the con constitution
stitution constitution and by-laws of the Marion
County Real Estate Exchange. A let letter
ter letter has been received from Congress Congressman
man Congressman Clark with reference to a canal
across the state. This letter will be
lead at tonight's meeting.
ALL-RUSSIANS LEAVING OMSlT
Are Falling Back Across Siberia to
the City of Irkutsk
Tokio, Aug. 21. The AU-Russian
government at Omsk has transferred
its gold reserve and archives to
Irkutsk, according to reports received
here. It is reported that the Omsk
government's position is growing
weaker on account of advance of the
bolsheviki and desertion of Siberian
MARTIAL LAW FOR MAGYARS
( Associated Prsss)
Copenhagen, Aug. 21. Martial law
has been proclaimed throughout Hun Hungary,
gary, Hungary, Budapest dispatches state.
GOING AFTER GIJACIAS
. (Associated Press)
San Salvador, Aug. 21. Honduran
government forces under General Car Car-camo
camo Car-camo have been ordered to prepare for
a campaign against the city of Gra Gra-cias,
cias, Gra-cias, held by revolutionaries.
Roanoke, Aug. 2L Thirteen were
injured in the derailment of a Norfolk
Western passenger train near Boyce,
when five cars left the track.
BANQUET AT THE OCALAnOUSE
Tuesday evening at 8:30 o'clock
seventy banqueters assembled in the
dining room of the Ocala House. The
tcene that, met their eyes was beauti beautiful
ful beautiful and one calculated to bring joy to
the hearts of Epicureans. From the
large Roman cross of snowy damask
there gleamed the varied colors of the
appetizing fruit cocktail. Pretty bas baskets
kets baskets of golden glow and fern decorat decorated
ed decorated the tables and pot plants adorned
the furniture and mantels, making
ihe place a really, truly banquet hall.
After the courses of the enticing
menu were served the program of the
evening began with Rev. C. M. Brit Brit-tain
tain Brit-tain speaking in the place of Rev.
Louis Ertzminger, on "Church Loyal Loyalty."
ty." Loyalty." Dr. C. L. Collins of DeLand,
could not be present, and his place
was admi ibly filled by Prof. W. H.
Cassels. iev. Smith Hardn, Dr. L.
H. Kirkt and. others made pleasing
remarks nd all agreed with the last
speaker, W. T. Gary, that "we must
jo it again." Judge W. S. Bullock
3tarted a jovial vein in his "Once
Upon a Time,"N and fun went the
Tall, inkling, glasses of iced tea
and quantities of salted nuts furnish furnished
ed furnished ample activity for the listeners
during the program. After the last
hpeech the remainder of the sump sumptuous
tuous sumptuous menu was served, topped off
with good cigars.
A resolution of thanks to the man management
agement management of the Ocala Hous for the
use of the hall, also one to the ladies
committee of the church for their
wonderful efforts on this occasion
were passed heartily.
The men of the Baptist church are
to be congratuatled on this splendid
response to a "get together" meeting.
Why not a church Rotary Club? The
church life as well as the business,
civic and social life is entitled to the
very best boosting effort.
MURDER IN JACKSONVILLE
Jacksonville is greatly excited over
t Vi o mtirrlnr in Vi t- Aif tt loaf Tt?rliT 4
Geo. W. Dubose, a well-known young
man. According to newspaper reports,
DuBose, who had work that kept him
out late, was set upon by a crowd of
negroes and literally beaten to death.
Duliose was a much-Kked young man,
and his death may cause a riot.
We have bean seed for fall plant planting;
ing; planting; Wadwell Kidney Wax at $10 per
bushel; green beans at $9 per busheL
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
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Profiteers plunder the people.
Our Catts makes speeches to suit
or as he thinks to suit his audience.
nas grown so thick and hijrh that auto
drivers cannot see each other until
cnly a few yards apart. The street
department should cut down all this
.scrub before a bad accident occurs.
Most people drive carefully at this
point, but we have seen some rattle rattle-head?
head? rattle-head? take the curves at forty miles
Ocala kept its own time, in spite of
daylight saving and the president, and
Scientists declare that only lady
mosquitoes bite. In that case we
never saw a gentleman mosquito.
Dispatch says it aggrieves Mexi Mexicans
cans Mexicans to see our troopers riding over
a small corner of their territory. Our
troopers will be riding over all Mexi Mexican
can Mexican territory in a few more months if
the Mexicans do not change their
There has been more trouble at
Mulberry shots fired in the dark, a
bnby killed in its mother's arms, a
man and woman wounded by stray
hots and excitement generally. The
governor threatens to remove the
sheriff if he doesn't stop the trouble.
It is a bad mess. The armed guards
around the mines should be arrested
and fined for breaking the law, and
some of them belong in jail. Not a
single one of them has any right to
carry a revolver or repeating rifle
without a license from the county
commissioners. The imported labor
should be sent back where it came
from and the employers should sub submit
mit submit the case to arbitration. From all
we have read about the case it seems
to us that the sheriff of Polk county
is not the strong man needed to cope
with the emergency. The affair is
disgracing the entire state and if the
county authorities can't deal with it,
the governor should take it in hand.
And it would be a very good thing for
him to ask the government for a
company of regular troops. They
would soon stop all disorder.
WHAT MOTOR CLUB
MEMBERS SHOULD DO
The Senate having followed the ex
ample of the House in passing the re repeal
peal repeal of the daylight saving law over
the president's veto, we will not have
to be worried with that fantastical
attempt to twist nature out of shape
Plans. have been set on foot. for a
grand celebration in honor of Marion
county soldiers and sailors November
11 next "Armistice Day." All but a
few of the boys will be home by that
time, and we should pick the entire
county up, make it turn a fiipflop and
set it down again.
A dispatch from Boston says that
inquiry into the high cost of shoes by
the county grand jury developed that
some shoe workers had been earning
120 a week. These instances were
but few but it was testified that many
made $60 a week, while the average
was about $40. Boys have been get getting
ting getting $30 a week. It was said that a
pair of shoes sold by a manufacturer
for $5.50 was displayed in a store 400
yards from the factory marked $12.
There is one thing at least our
street department should look out for
at once. It is the bad double curve on
the Silver Springs boulevard, almost
north of the industrial school. The
underbrush at the sides of the road
All members of the Ocala Motor
Club are requested to report to the
secretary all dangerous curves or rail rail-load
load rail-load crossings within Marion county
which are not properly sign-posted at
this time, about which they have per personal
sonal personal knowledge. It is also desired
by the club that suggestions be made
as to best points along our highways
I within this county) at which to
place signs giving general informa
tion concerning distances to other j
The club is also interested in having
its members report railroad crossings
which are in bad order.
Trees (either fallen or standing),
which obstruct or partly obstruct our
highways is another subject of inter interest
est interest to the Motor Club and should be
reported ; likewise, obstructions in our
streets, or absence of lights at night,
While any citizen in. our county is
at liberty to communicate with the
Ocala Motor Club on such subjects as
the above, it is especially desired that
all members keep a been lookout for
matters of this kind, it being part of
the work of the Motor Club to secure
proper sign-posting and to endeavor
to have road conditons generally im improved,
proved, improved, when possible to do so. It is
therefore the duty of club members
to co-operate in every way possible.
R. S. Rogers, Secretary.
CONTROVERSY, SAYS MR.
FORT, HAD BETTER CLOSE
ore a-.summL' 'ihce to oSev the law.
and your only .-afety, and the safety
rf the people is here involved, for
family rea.-on- I think best that wr
f.top this controveisy. I -am fullv sat-!
i-fied the public understands the issue.
From a standpoint of expediency
doubtless you feel justified in doing
as you have, but from a legal stand standpoint
point standpoint you positively have no case, so
why do you try to justify yourself?
You may be sure I have no ill feeling
toward you, nor yours,
N. A. Port.
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 timet
75c; one month $3. Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance. Have money making proposition for
!ie wire salesman. Address A. H.
I'redinger, general delivery, Ocala. -jt
Wanted: Small office safe. Must
V-e a bargain and in good condition.
Federal Bakery. 21-lt
WANTED Middle aged white woman
to make future home with small fam family.
ily. family. Apply .to I. O. Box :J88, Ocala,
FOR SALE Littleston Peanut Pick Picket
et Picket ; Witte 8-horsepower gasoline en engine;
gine; engine; International one-horse hay
baler; 70-foot 8-inch rubber belt. Can
re seen at Matt Reirf farm, Martin.
Will be sold separatel yto the highest
bidder. Bids to be sealed and in hand
before twelve o'clock Sept. 1st. Ad Address
dress Address M. Reiff, Martin, Fla. 20-10t
is as necessary
to locate eye
troouble as the
Cp SE glasses are to
L. T. IZLAR
No More Chances.
House, care Star office.
-Furnished apartment or
young .couple. Address,
FOR SALE Jersey cow and calf;
calf two weeks old. Apply to Jake
Goldman, or phone 253. 20-6t
WANTED Furnished apartment by
young couple. Want possession Sept.
15th to Oct. 1st. Address "Apart "Apartment,"
ment," "Apartment," care Star office. lO-.'it
Peimanent. WANTED-Peimanent. Fla.
-To rent furnished house.
C. G. Rose, Lake Weir,
HAVE YOU Read Mr. Gabel's letter
piinted elsewhere in this paper? If
net, don't fail to read it thoughtfully
and it will profit you in many ways.
FOR RENT Two or three rooms for
light housekeeping. Phone 408 or call
at 115 Orange avenue. 18-3t
Editor Star: I regret to have to an answer
swer answer Mr. Rogers' last letter, but I see
to Mr. Rogers' last letter, but I see
the hand of Esau and the voice of
Jacob in it. That there is collusion I
have no doubt. They try to justify
their actions by quoting certain law.
It is perfectly obvious to all who will
read it, that it has no bearing or con connection
nection connection with the issue involved, but
only applies to the assessor making
up the tax roll, presenting it to the
board and in the event he fails to do
it, the clerk of the court is required
to do it, and the board is to extend the
time for equalization, but this condi condition
tion condition has not obtained. The assessor
had the roll made on time and pre presented
sented presented it to the board. Instead of the
board equalizing the roll, as the law
directs, it sent out these blanks for
the purpose of assessing more taxes.
Here is the issue which I raised: that
they had no legal right to do it and
that the additions to the original roll
were illegal. I again reaffirm this
statement and that I or any other
taxpayer was wholly within his rights
to criticise the action of the board.
Now because I dared do it I am brand branded
ed branded an obstructionist. I've just this to
say, it's a case of the servant getting
bigger than the master. I think I am
about as well known as Mr. Rogers
and am willing to rest my case with
the people. I venture tjje assertion
that there has never been known a
similar case. Now, let us look at some
of the results. Many people have told
me they thought you had a legal right
f.o send the tax blanks out and demand
r.hem to fill in tax returns under oath,
and in doing so they included all the
personal property acquired in any
way since the first of January. To
illustrate, the first of January I own owned
ed owned fourteen head of cattle. Now I owm
nineteen head. A plain case that you
are placed in the attitude of taking
tax money on property not subject
for taxes this year. And more, by
your actions you subject the people to
making a public exhibition of their
holdings by compelling them to make
cath before officers all over the coun county.
ty. county. Many have told me that it is a
plain case that you have put one over
on them. You say the assessor and
school board are co-operating with
you. You've been about six weeks in
this co-operation work and yet you
said you were not assessing taxes.
The people know what you are doing.
Now stop your camouflage, trying to
cloud the issue; be honest with us,
ihat you have not one single iota of
iegal right for your action. If I am
not mistaken you took an oath be-
LOST Aug. 13th, from H. B. Mas
ters' delivery truck, one pair ladies'
black kid shoes (had been worn.) H.
B. Masters Co's. name on carton. Miss
Sidney Harold's name on wrapper
Finder will please return to H. B.
Masters Co. and get reward. 18-3t
FOR SALE Two seated surrey. In
good condition and reasonable. Apply
to A. J. Brigance. Box 101), Ocala,
FOR SALE One John Dere hay
press, one John Dere mower, one Kel
ly duplex feed mill, two mules. In
quire of Blowers Lime & Phosphate
FOR SALE Small cottage home,
modem conveniences, nice lot, good
neighborhood. Price right. For par
ticulars see F. W. Ditto, Ocala. 15-0t
FOR SALE I have for sale a tract
of 20 acres of land with four-room
house and barn; part of the" land
cleared and fenced. This place is only
six miles from Ocala and I am offer
ing it for $G00. S. S. Savage Jr
Ocala, Fla. 14-Ct
FOR SALE QUICK Practically new
buffet, two kitchen tables, two center
tables, three canvas covered folding
camp cots, rain and mosquito proof,
cne 0 x 12 Congoleum rug, two pair
Led springs. Phone 332. 12-tf
V ANTED (White or colored). A re
liable couple to go on farm near Jack
sonville to take charge of house. Man
to assist in-dairy and share crop with
owner. Good proposition for right
party. Call 805 Tuscawilla St., or
phone 3:42. 12-tf
WOOD Phone 14G for all lenghths
1 I- 1 T 1
oaK or pine woou; xnorougniy season seasoned.
ed. seasoned. Special price on quantity orders.
Put in your winter supply now.
Smoak's Wood Yard. 15-tf
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We Are Now
THE OLD STAND
READY FOR BUSINESS
and we invite the public to call and in inspect
spect inspect the many improvements made
since the fire. Don't forget the place,
Corner Ft. King Ave. and South Main St.
0. K. TEAPOT
16 and1 174
Many thousands o!
women suffering from
womanly trouble, have
been benefited by the use
of Cardui, the woman'!
tonic, according to letters
we receive, similar to this
one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell,
ofHayne.N.C. "I could
not stand on my feet, and
just suffered terribly,"
she says. "As my suf suffering
fering suffering was so great, and
be had tried other reme remedies,
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get CarduL I began
improving, and it cured
me. I know, and my
doctor knows, what Car Car-,
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nerves and health were
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She writes further 1
am in splendid health
can do my work. I feel I
owe it to Cardui, for I was
In dreadful condition."
If you are nervous, run rundown
down rundown and weak, or suffer
from headache, backache,
etc, every month, try
Cardui. Thousands of
women praise this medi medicine
cine medicine for the good it has
done them, and many
physicians who have used
Cardui successfully with
their women patients, for
years, endorse this medi medicine.
cine. medicine. Think what it means
to be In splendid health,
like Mrs. Spell. Give
Cardui a trial.
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WE HAVE some highly pretty things
in really pretty and dainty station stationery.
ery. stationery. They are not freaksjust filled with
a distinctive personality of their own.
Whatever your stationery requirements,
we will take care of you correctly.
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 ood condition anything you have
such as furniture, lawn mowers, sew
ing 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, 812 and 314
South Main street. 30-tf
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALM ERS
PHONES 47. 104. 305
Advertise in the Star for results.
KDIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGIF
JAMES S. ENGI.SSER.Prop.
Stationery Engines DEDAIDITWr1 AH Makes Autos
Standard Gas, Oils and Grease
OPEN FROM 6:30:A,lM. TO 40 P. M.
121 W. Broadway
IDairaenimcgj all Siwif Spipnnngjs
Come ouitt audi enjoy line Ibestt mniiisic anudl
ctainciiegf o5 the season.
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1919
littdh i O elk
Nine A. M. next
ONX A Y
August 25th, 26th and 27th.
200 to 3S0 VALUES OF
m K 9 k. ii m
On the above dates we will offer on
a large quanity of the celebrated
QUALITY BRAND ALUMINUM WARE
No Phone Orders Accepted
As this will be an unusual Sale we
advise you to be on hand at the opening
of this sale. This is an opportunity to
equip your kitchen with perfect utensils
at a low price.
20 YEAR GUARANTEE
This special sale is intended princi princi-pally
pally princi-pally to introduce
QUALITY BRAND ALUMINUM WARE
which I .am giving free each day for
Some special bargains will be offered
on these days in
SHOES DRY GOODS
. AND READY TO WEAR
Dont Miss This Sale
If you have any society items for
the Star, please phone five-two-three.
Mr. Charles Martin of Anniston,
Ala., is the guest of his aunt, Mrs. J.
Mrs. J. Y. Purvis returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from a visit of a week to rela relatives
tives relatives in Tallahassee.
Miss Virginia Beckham, who has
been visiting friends in Fernandina
for two weeks, will arrive home to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon..
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jordan, who have
been living on the Silver Springs
road, moved yesterday into the Bailey
residence on Clark Lane.
Mrs. W. W. Clyatt and Miss Ernes Ernestine
tine Ernestine Brooks expe tcto lea?e next week
to spend several weeks in Franklin,
in the mountains of North Carolina.
Get ready your fall garden. We
have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf
Douglas Fairbanks at the Temple
today in "Wild and Woolly," should
nil the house with admirers of this
popular actor, if the title of the play
carries any suggestion as to what
may be expected. Mutt and Jeff also
Mr. and Mrs. John Sellers of White
Springs, motored to Ocala Tuesday
and were the guests of the latter's
uncle, Mr. J. Y. Purvis. During their
stay in Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. Sellers
visited Silver Springs and were en
thusiastic in their praises of its beau.
It kills the bedbugs, and destroys
all the eggs as well in fact, it exter
minates the whole breed wherever
you apply it BEDBUG DOOM. It
is for sale only at the Court Pharm
acy. Phone 284. 19-tf
Mrs. George Martin, Mrs. Blake,
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison, Black and Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Martin returned
from Lake Weir this morning after
spending the past two weeks there
most delightfully. Mr. and Mrs. Her
berl Martin will return to their home
in Auburn, Ala., next week, and will
probably be accompanied by Mr. Mar Martin's
tin's Martin's grandmother, Mrs. S. F. Sanders.
J. H. Spencer
VV. R. Pedrick
THE OCALA" GAS ENGINE WORKS
Local Agents for the Old Reliable
Announces that they are now Handling Storage Batteries and
maintain a fully equiped service station for recharging batteries.
Complete line of GOODYEAR and UNITED STATES Tires and
Tubes. All kinds of Automobile Accessories, and a full line of
parts for the BUICK.
CMA (GAS IRfGMIS WdDffiS
SPENCER & PEDRICK, Proprietors.
'" When Better Automobiles Are Built Buick Will Build Them
Ocklawaha Avenue and Osceola SL
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EMBALIY1ERS
No char?? for delivery of casket anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JR
Office Phone 10 Night Phones 225 or 423
If Everything Was As
Cheap As Our Ice
The cost of living would be as low as it was in the good old days.
No use worrying, however, because it isn't that way. Be glad that
ice is helping to keep down the cost of living, besides giving you
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather's fam family
ily family ever had. 4
Ocailai Ece PacMmp Co.
Mr. Frank Parker arrived from
Tampa Tuesday evening, joining Mrs.
Parker, who with their daughter, Miss
Catherine and son, Frank Jr., have
ieen the guests of Mrs. George Close
for the past ten days. This family
left in their car yesterday for a visit
to Jacksonville, and will also visit in
Whitney before returning to their
home in Tampa.
Settled colored woman wanted to go
to the fishing club near Inglis. Duties
will be to wash dishes and care for
the house. No cooking to do. Good
salary and tips. Comfortable cottage
to live in. Apply to J. H. Spencer, E.
C. Bennett or P. V. Leavengood. 14-Ct
The Eastern Stars were charming charmingly
ly charmingly entertained yesterday afternoon by
Mrs. H. S. Wesson at her home on
Eighth street. After the usual oc occupation
cupation occupation of sewing, crocheting, etc.,
lefreshments consisting of iced tea
and sandwiches were served, where whereupon
upon whereupon the ladies were provided with
cards upon which they were requested
to write some greeting to absent
members. Each member who' is out
of town will be the grateful recipient
of a card from each member present
on this occasion, mailed in one en envelope.
velope. envelope. Get ready your fall garden. We
have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf
A party of young people from
Gainesville, chaperoned by Mrs. Regal
and Mrs. Taylor have been enjoying a
camping trip at Silver Springs this
week, making their headquarters in
the boat "Silver Springs." A number
of the young people of Ocala have
been their guests on several occasions,
a party of young ladies going yester yesterday
day yesterday morning, enjoying a swim and re remaining
maining remaining for breakfast. Mrs. Regal
and Mrs. Taylor will return to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville today and Misses Agnes Burford
and Blair Woodrow will join the party
with Mrs. Harry Borland acting as
eliaperone for the remainder of the
week. The party is made up of Misses
Marjorie Cannon, Gladys and Maurine
Gracy, Messrs. Sam Horn and Ran Ran-Jall
Jall Ran-Jall Hunter and the -chaperones.
When packing your Dlankets and
winter clothing, think of Cedar Com Compound,
pound, Compound, which will keep moths away;
2n cents the package at Gerig's Drug
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
2:20 am Jacksonville-New York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pm
2:15 am Tamna-Manatee-
St. Petersburg 2:15 am
1:50 um Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:25 pm Tampa-St. Petersburg: 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINEfcAILROAD
2:12 pm J'cksonvllle-New York 3:15 atm.
1:45 urn. J'ksonville-G'lnesville 3:35 pm.
6:42 am. J'ksonvllle-G'nesvllle 10:13 pm,
3:15 am. St. Pet'sbrg-LAkeland 2:12 aru.
3:35 pm St. Pet'sburg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am. 'Dunnellcn- Wilcox
7.40 am. Du'nellon-L.'keland 11:03 pm
5:25 pm. Ilomosassa 1:35 pm
10:13 pm. Leesburg 6:42 am.
t45pm. Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tunday. Thursday. Saturday.
European plan. Hot and cold running
water in each room, right in shopping
and theater district.
Alain aud Adams Streets
Rooms by day. single, $1 and $1.50
rnvaie cams x.au ana .uu
Master Harry Dozier's tenth birth birthday
day birthday was the occasion of an enjoyable
picture party when .he entertained a
Lumber of his friends yesterday. Aft After
er After seeing the Temple attractions the
young people returned to the home of
the host, where refreshments of ice
cream and home made cake were serv served
ed served from the attractively decorated
dining table, which was centered with
the birthday cake upon which burned
ten lighted candles. Misses Clifton
Sexton and Cornelia Dozier assisted
the host's mother in serving the chil children
dren children who included Frances Clark,
Marguerite Sexton, Mamie Sue Spen Spencer,
cer, Spencer, Anita Chazal, Haris Powers, Jim
Borland, Harold Knight, Harry Clark Clark-son
son Clark-son and Jim Cox.
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.
Fresh Meats, Poultry Fish,
Prompt Delivery Service.
J. D. Dawkins, Prop.
NOTICE OF SALE
OF CITY PROPERTY
The city council will receive bids
September .2nd, 1919, 8 o'clock p. m.
lor the sale of the following property:
CITY POUND LOT.
OLD WATER TOWER LOT.
All bids to be submitted in writing.
City reserving the right to reject any
and all bids.
This August 20th, 1919.
H. C. SISTRUNK,
21-eod City Clerk.
For sale near Ocala on Dixie high highway,
way, highway, 315-acre farm, all under fence;
70 head cattle and eight head muels,
together with crop on place. A bar bargain
gain bargain if taken up at once. Address
Bex 257, Ocala, Fla. 19-3t
BARGAINS IN FORDS
A2748 Your'e Making a Miser of Me (Henry Burr); Some Day Youll be
Sorry that You're Glad (Irving and Jack Kaufman) 10 in. 85c
A27557-My Swannee Home (Sterling Trio); My Sugar-Coated Choocolate
Boy (Campbell and Burr) 10 in- 85c
A2757 Oh! How She Can Sing (San and Schenck); And That Ain't All
(Billy Murray) 10 in. 85c
A2756 Take Your Girl to the Movies (Iif Y'ou Can't Make Love at Home)
Irving Kaufman); Pig Latin Love (Arthur Fields) 10 in. 85c
A2750 Everybody Wants a Key to My Cellar (Bert Williams); It's No Nobody's
body's Nobody's Business But My Own (Bert Williams) 10 in. 85c
A2749 The Music of Wedding Chimes (Peerless Quartette); Dear Old Sue
(Henry Burr) 10 in. 85c
A2754 My Little Sunshine (Charles Harrison); How Can You Say Good Good-Bye
Bye Good-Bye (Irving and Jack Kaufman) 10 in. 85c
A2751 One and Two and Three and Four, Rock-a-Bye (Waldorf-Astoria
Dance Orchestra); "Monte Cristo, Jr." (Waldorf-Astoria Dance
Orchestra) 10 in. 85c
A2759 Ting-Ling Toy (Columbia Savophone Sextette); Where the Lan Lanterns
terns Lanterns Glow (Columbia Saxophone Sextette) 10 in. 85c
AG111 Kiss Me Again (Columbia Orchestra); Life and Love Waltz
(Columbia Orchestra) 12 in. $1.25
A2758 The Vamp ( Waldorf-Astoria Singing Orchestra); Behind Your
Silken Veil (The Happy Six) 10 in. 85c
A2752 I'll Say She Does (Sweatman's Original Jass Band); Lucille (Sweat (Sweat-man's
man's (Sweat-man's Original Jass Band) 10 in. 85c
A2753 Dear Old Pat of Mine (Sascha Jacobsen); Serenade (Sascha Jacob Jacob-sen)
sen) Jacob-sen) 10 in. $L00
AG109 Peer Gynt Suite (Columbia' Symphony Orchestra); Peer Gynt
Suite. Part 11. (Columbia Symphony Orchestra) 12 in. $L25
A6110 Peer Gynt Suite. Part III. (Columbia Symphony Orchestra); Peer
Gynt Suite. Part IV. (Columbia Symphony Orchestra). 12 in. L25
A2743 Beautiful Ohio (Kalaluki Hawaiian Orchestra); Till We Meet Again
(Kalaluki Hawaiian Orchestra) ..10 in. 85c
E4294 Kossovo Waltez (Royal Serbian Tambouritza Orchestra); Waves of.
of the Warne Waltz (Olga Bibor's Gypsy Orchestra) 10 in. 85c
4955911 Trovatore. D'Amor Sull' AH Rosee (Rosa Ponselle). ..12 in. $1.50
49590 The Sunshine of Y'our Smile (Riccardo Stracciari) 12 in.$L50
AG1 12 Kathleen Vavourneen (Barbara Maurel); Love's Old Sweet Song
(Barbara Maurel) 12 in. $1.50
"WEny Pay More"!
One 1918 Ford Touring Car; elec electric
tric electric starter; in Al shape.
One 1915 Ford Touring Car; in
first class shape.
One 1918 Ford Touring Car; new
'tires. AUTO SALES COMPANY,
4-tf Mack Taylor.
A fresh shipment of Guth's and
Nunnally's Candies just in at Gerig's
Drug Store. tf
Let Us Repair Your Car
Our facilities are unsurpassed. We make reasonable charges for
our work and guarantee satisfaction. We are prepared to repair any anything
thing anything from the. largest auto truck to the small pleasure car, and do
it promptly. Service station for the Moon, Chalmers, Maxwell and
Our Gasoline and Oil Station
Is open from 6 a. m. to 12 p. m.
BOUVIER'S GARAGE fXX
Read the Star Want Ads. It pays
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1919
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In our stock of IRON BEDS will be found a
pretty line of CRIBS for the smaller children. The
corner posts are sufficiently high to hang a canopy
on when it is necessary to keep off marauding in insects.
sects. insects. Also a pretty lin of small size Rockers
and dining chairs, Go-Carts, High Chairs and other
articles dear to the hearX of the little ones. Call
and look them over.
N. Magholia St,
We have just installed tne latest machinery
for rebuilding auto tires and can fix up your
old ones so that they will be as good as ikw
for all practical purposes. We give them v
the Non-Skid or Rib tread Our process for
re-treading is the same as that used in the
factories and if the fabric is uninjured you
will get just double service out of yourtirps.
Local Distributors tor
HOOD AND FISK TIRES
DAVIES -The Tire Man"
N. Magnolia St.
Mr. William Halford of Eleetra
iwa .-a welcome visitor today.
LAID TO KEST
Mi. Leman Joyner, after a stay at
the hospital, is able to he out ajrain.
Harold Bell Wnsrht's new book on
sale todav at The BOOK SHOP. 213t
i Mr Horace" Ilinton, somewhat in
jured in an auto accident some days
P':o. is out arain.
Mi. Griffin Fokes, one of our in industrious
dustrious industrious farmers south of town was
in to see us today.
Ladies, use Nailoid Cuticle pack packages,
ages, packages, and keep your nails in good
shape. Sold only at Gerig's Drug Store
at 25 cents the package. tf
After two weeks of illness, Mrs. C.
G Barnett is able to return home
from the hospital.
Mr. Marion M. Little is in South
Florida looking after business inter interests.
ests. interests. He will return tomorrow.
W Frank Adams, after a few days
rest from the fatigues of army life,
has taken his former place as special
agent 'of the Seaboard.
At last there is a way to extermi exterminate
nate exterminate the roaches from your house.
' Roach Doom" is it's name and it can
be had at the Court Pharmacy under
a guarantee. 19-tf
Two- of our always-welcome friends,
Geo. J. Blitch and Ben Raysor, were
in to see us today. They were spec specially
ially specially welcome on this date.
Mr. B. Goldman, Ocala's merchant
of "Why Pay More" fame, is in New
York making his purchases for the
fall and winter trade. He expects to
return about September 1st.
The remains of Mrs. Belle Stuart,
icloved wife of Mr. George Stuart,
were laid to rest Wednesday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. The funeral services, which
were largely attended, were held at
he late home of the deceased on
Daugherty street, Rev. R. F. Rogers
officiating. The pall bearers were
Messrs. J. H. Brinson, W. L. Colbrt,
H. D Stokes, W. W. Clyatt. J. A.
'handler an i Horace Whitten. Jordan
v Co. had charge of the arrangements
i.nd interment was made in Green Greenwood
wood Greenwood annex.
Mrs. Stuart, formerly Miss Belle
Simpson, was born in Illinois, Jan. 28,
!So4. She was married at Grayville,
HI., June 2t, 1878, to Mr. George
Stuart. They came to Florida in
1S85, lived at Stokes' ferry about ten
years, at Anthony about twenty years
and in Ocala nearly twelve years.
Wherever she lived she made and held
Mrs. StuaTt was the last direct
member of her family. Her mother
died ten years .ago, and her brother
some five years sooner. The entire
sympathy of the community is with
her husband, bereft of his faithful
companion of over forty years.
A package of Cedar Compound in
your piano will probably save a repair
bill. Gerig's Drug Store. tf
W. ft. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Librarj Building, Ocala,
Coffins and Caskets,
Day Phone 253 Night Phone 511
L. HURST, MANAGER
Opposite Court House.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. "WHY PAY MORE"
' SAVE MONEY ON MEAT
We always handle Ihe best fresh meal to be
had and our prices are always the lowest.
Rcund Steak . 23c. I Best -Foilc Chops 35c
Loin Steak 30c. I'ork Sausage 25c
Stew Meat 15c.
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc
NEW YORK MEAT MARKET
1 !EE DELIVERY
The county judge has issued mar marriage
riage marriage licenses to John M. Cartel- and
Miss'Josie Curry, to-Frank Peterson
and Miss Janie Scott, and to Wallace
Walters and Miss Lottie Mae Pettys.
The store roc.m recently vacated by
the Jiiash Giocery Company on South
Main street will soon be occupied by
ihe Needham Brothers as a plumbing
establishment. The front, or office part
of the buifding will be shared by Mr.
M. A. Ten Eyck as a jewelry repair
We have all of Harold Bell Wright's
books, including the new one, "The
Re-Creation of Brian Kent." THE
BOOK SHOP. 21-3t
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We Guarantee Every Eclipse Gas Range tor 5 yr.
There is an Eclipse to fill any need. 10 discount for the next thirty days.
SEE. THE GAS COMPANY.
The Star is an advertising medium thru which you can reach Ocala people.
Advertise and get Results,
' Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Harriss and
daughter, Miss Carolyn, left this fore forenoon
noon forenoon for a week end trip through
South Florida. Miss Harriss will be
a member of a .house party being
given by Miss Sue Barco at Clearwa Clearwater,
ter, Clearwater, while Mr. and Mrs. Ilawiss will
go to Tampa to be with friends over
Mis. William Sinclair, 'Mr. Robert
Sinclair and Sinclair 'Oldfield arrived
yesterday from Tampa. Mrs. Sinclair
who has been the guets of her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. S. E. Rowe for several
months in Tampa has entirely recov recovered
ered recovered from her severe illness and ex expects
pects expects to go to Jacksonville in several
weeks to remain during the winter
with er son, Mr. Robert Sinclair.
W. R. Bryant has enlarged the high
s-chool lunch stand, making room for
stationery supplies needed in the
school, which he will handle in con connection
nection connection writh lunches, ice cream,
candy and fruit. 21-2t
Capt. and Mrs. Herbert A. Maloney
expect to return to Jacksonville some
time in September to reside here in
the future. They have been stationed
at Pemberton, Pa., for the past few
months. En route home they will stop
m Cuthbert, Ga., to visit Mrs. Ma Ma-loney's
loney's Ma-loney's sister, Mrs. Burke Hood.
Bert Maloney spent most of his boy
hood days in Ocala and his friends
have -watched his army career with
,A letter from Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe,
who is visiting her son, Capt. F. E.
Veihe in Newport News, tells of a
narrow escapee she had on her way
rriday night at 9 o'clock during a
terrible rain and electrical storm. The
train was derailed by a washout near
Patrick, Va., the baggage, dining,
two day and two Pullman cars being
turned over. The car Mrs. Weihe was
in did not turn over, but, nearly did
and the passengers were thrown out
of their berths. The wheel trucks
were driven through the floor of the
car near Mr. Weihe's berth. The
wooden cars were badly torn up, but
the steel cars fared a little better,
r.ltho all the wheels were torn off and
wreckage was scattered for a distance
of half a block. Fortunately, the en engine
gine engine broke loose when the cars were
first derailed, otherwise it is said the
-.vreck would have been very much
worse. One day coach was almost on
fnd against a hill near the track. The
mils were torn up and twisted like
wire. It is remarkable that no one
Has killed, but quite a number had
limbs and ribs broken and many were
bruised and cut. Mrs. Weihe was
knocked unconscious but suffered no
injuries. The passengers were taken
!) Richmond on a relief train, and
Mrs. Weihe fina'iy arrived in New New-jort
jort New-jort News six hours late, but very
thankful for her escape.
Tie Perfect Family irkfe
STHHERE is nothing more refreshing
than a sparkling glass of
Orange-Crush. Drink a bottle with the children the
next time they come in and watch the smile go round.
You can enjoy the deliciousness of Orange-Crusb
with complete assurance of its purity because it is made
from the fruit oil, pressed from fresh ripe oranges, and
such other wholesome ingredients as 'pure granulated
sugar, carbonated water and citric acid, which is a
natural acid found in oranges, lemons and grapefruit.
Order a case of Orange-Crush today. It is obtain obtainable
able obtainable wherever soft drinks are sold. We bottle Orange Orange-Crush
Crush Orange-Crush in strict conformity with the njost rigid sanitary
requirements and give our personal pledge that it is
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