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OGALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1919.
VOL 26, NO. 266
President Wilson will Consent to Any
Reasonable Construction of
Treaty of Peace
Washington, Nov. 7 The president
today told Senator Hitchcock he was
entirely satisfied with any reserva reservations
tions reservations suppoiters of the treaty might
fetl justified in accepting, provided
they didn't nullify the league of na nations
tions nations covenant and were designed for
the purpose of interpreting the terms
of the treaty. The president agreed
that no compromise should be offered
unless a deadlock was reached on the
resolution of ratification.
Senator Hitchcock, the administra administration
tion administration leader in the Senate treaty fight,
was summoned to the White House
today by the 'president to discuss the
program of reservations now under
consideration in the Senate.
DISCUSSING THE STRIKE
The coal miners strike in particular
and the industrial situation in gener general
al general was discussed by the cabinet at a
special meeting held today. Fuel Ad Administrator
ministrator Administrator Garfield and Director
General Hines were present.
A MEDICAL EXPERIMENT
Jacksonville, Nov. 7. State boards
of health in all parts of the country
are watching with interest the Flor Florida
ida Florida institution's establishment of an
ambulatory venereal disease' clinic,
which will be the first of its charac character
ter character in the United States. Inquiries
regarding the clinic have reached Dr.
Ralph N. Greene, state health officer,
from all sections of the United
States. If the Florida experiment is
successful the mesaure will be adopt
ed officially by the United tSates Pub
lie Health Service to be incorporated
in its program for fighting venereal
The clinic, which is in charge of
Dr. Daniel C. Campbell, went into
operation this week at Hosford, be
, ginning a tour that will take it to all
of the outlying and labor districts of
Equipped with full facilities for. the
treatment of venereal diseases, the
- clinic will do the same work as those
iilw established in various cities and
Towns through the state.
As a supporting measure Dr. Camp
bell will carry on an educational cam
paign to awaken the consciousness of
the people in the rural districts to
the menace of venereal diseases and
the necessity of their coopeartion with
the state board of health in its cam
paign for control.
The ambulatory clinic is the begin beginning
ning beginning of an aggressive campaign
against venereal diseases in Florida
that will rank wjth any ever inau
gurated in another state. Dr. Lorin
.. Al Greene, head of the venereal dis
ease department, is now in Washing
ton attending a conference of state
. venereal disease departments and the
full machinery of the state board of
health will be set in motion agams
this health problem immediately upon
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir. Nov. 6. Mr,
Henry Blackwelder and family of Ox
ford, have moved into the Buck house
for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Albertson re returned
turned returned irom their summer vacation.
They have visited a great many west western
ern western states besides Kansas and Cali California.
fornia. California. All, are glad to welcome' them
A great many from here attend the
big tent meeting at Weirsdale. Rev.
Grant js a fine speaker and all who
do not hear him miss a great treat.
Saturday night he will take for his
text "Saving a Soul." Everybody
should go and hear him.
Miss Minnie Albertson of Jackson
ville is home on a visit to her father
and mother. Miss Minnie had a very
painful operation -about two weeks
r-go and is now recuperating after the
Mr. George A. Milly and Mr. Fred
Wiseman of St. Augustine were
guests of Mr. Charles Gates a few
days last week.
Mrs. Maggie iJisnop is out again
after a spell of sickness.
Little Miss Ruby McDouglas. who
has been so low for the past week
with malarial fever, we are glad to
report on the gam now.
The hard rains of last Sunday rais
ed the lake five inches.
Oranges are still going forward to
market every day.
Mr. C. S. Gates visited his daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. C. E. Brown of Webster "ast
Thursday and Friday.
Levi Alexander Jr.,. who was
lieutenant in the army, and has been
helping his father all summer, has
1 ll A 1 A A 1
ed boys and young men at Tallahas
see. Young Alexander, who is a skill-
it ed carpenter and f builder, can make
much more money at his trade, but
feels like he can do more good work
fcr his people as a teacher, and it is
therefore his duty to take the posi position
tion position in the school. He had a good col colli
li colli ge education before going in the
army,jtfnd added to his education con-
rvr . .reAblv bv stud vine- In the tim h(.
tween the armistice and his dis-
cl r '"c
He is doing good work and
taxen tne posiuon oi a xeacner at ine not come iet them buy tickets and
Florida Agricultural school for color-4hcin the bnvs alnr,
FATALITIES AT THE FIRE
Lives Lost and Many in Danger in a
Blaze This Morning in an
Atlanta, Nov. 7. Three men are
dead, two are dying and several
ethers were seriously injured as a
result of fire which partially destroy
ed the Wilson hotel in the business
district early today. The property
oss was small. There were between
wenty-five and thirty persons in the
cilding at the time of the fire, in
cluding seven women and a number
of spectacular jumps to neighboring
oofs were made by those who escap
ed. The police said the fire started
rom an unknown cause on the second
OCALA HIGH, 7
Many of us jtfho have desired to
see one of the famous, mythical "All-
American" teams in action, were giv
en an opportunty of seeing Ocala's
"A 11-American" eleven in action yes
terday. In the selection of "All-
American" teams, we should find as assembled
sembled assembled the best in the country, and
our bunch of local stars, in all due
nodestry, admit that they have the
cialifications and the ability, not only
sufficient for them to be called by this
rame, but they are confident that by
heir performance yesterday they
have added far greater significances
and prestige to it.
The "All-Americans" began to as
semble on the gridiron about 2:30 and
by the time the game began they had
about fifty in their aggregation?
Some of them, contrary to the advice
of their coach and friends, started to
practice a bit in order, to' be warmed
up for the game. Immediately the
betting odds changed to Ocala -High
as the favorite by 5 to 1. We fear
that this "practice" was very in
jurious to the "All-Americans," and
a good doctor could have picked up a
bit of money could he have been able
t have prescribed for all the ail ailments
ments ailments mentioned in this brief period
of time before the game.
The game started with the "Ail-
Americans" kicking to the Ocala High
and then a merry battle started. The
nu-nmcuv.aiis wcic illicit Willi en
tnusiasm, and more water than was
good for them, and pretty soon the
close observer noticed that a number
of the" A-A's" were in distress; ond
King Piedmorit and Queen Fatima
were sounding recall, and a number
of the boys had Jo obey. Nothing like
a football game could interfere with
their sense of allegiance, and the dis
cipline that most of them learned in
the army. It was really difficult to
distinguish, at times, whether the
two teams were engaged in a play or
whether it wa,s a bunch of substi substitutes
tutes substitutes going on the field to relieve their
brother "All-Americans" in distress.
One thing 4s certain, however, the
substitutes of the "All-American"
team received more exercise, in run running
ning running to ahd from the relief of their
team mates than the high school had
in the entire game. By a unanimous
vcte, the "All-Americans" have re refused
fused refused to play another game on Hunter
Park unless there is ,a hydrant at
every 10-yard line, with a 30-foot hose
attached, so they will not experience
so much trouble in getting water.
As we said before, the game started
when the Ocala High received theball
on a kick-off, and the boys started off
well, but it soon appeared that the
weight and experience of their op opponents
ponents opponents was too much for them. The
end of the first quarter found the ball
on the Ocala High's 20-yard line, and
after three minutes of yplay the "A-
A's" made a touchdown, Blitch going
over after he and Davis had made
pretty runs of about 20 yards each.
Davis kicked a goal. The teams play
ed very evenly until the third quarter,
when the "A-A's" broke through the
high school's line and blocked a pass.
Davis recovered the ball and went
over for a touchdown. After this the
O. H. team began to move in a more
aggressive manner, and carried the
ball straight down the field, Winer
making one pretty run of about thirty
yards. About two minutes after this
Smith went through the line for a
touch down for the high school. After
tnis, the "A-A's" threatened to score
several times, but the high school line
tightened and they were unsuccessful,
aided also by the further fact that
they were frequently penalized for
being "off-side" and the fact that the
umpire tackled one of the "A-A's
who had caught a high school pass
and was headed for a touchdown.
(This practice is allowable only in
games with the "All-Americans.")
The game ended with the ball on the
high school's 10-yard line.
The game was much enjoyed bv a
fair-sized crowd, bul the Ocala people
will have to do better by the high
school, if we expect to have success
ful high school athletics. The high
school plays Gainesville next Friday,
at Hunter Park, and every one in
town should be there, or if they can
Fresh mullet and sea trout at the
Delicatessen Market, opposite fire
Pay your dollar to the Red Cross,
A dispatch from Atlanta this after afternoon
noon afternoon says the Southern Division is
leading the country.
. Head lettuce, jumbo celery and
fresh Florida tomatoes at the Dehca
tessen Market, opposite fire station.
Are Added to Daily by the Incon Inconveniences
veniences Inconveniences and Hardships Result Resulting
ing Resulting from the Strike 1
Chicago, Nov. 7. The curtailment
of passenger train service, the dis discontinuance
continuance discontinuance of bunkering foreign ves vessels
sels vessels in American ports, restrictions jn
some places of use of public utilities
and appeals for coal from various
cities today rounded out the first
week of the coal strike. Other disar disarrangements
rangements disarrangements of the country's routine
v. ere expected today with little change
in the geenral conditions surrounding
the strike itself.
CONCLUSION OF THE
ARKANSAS RIOT CASES
Helena, Ark., Nov. 7. Prompt dis disposition
position disposition of the remaining cases of
negroes indicted in connection with
lace disturbances at Elaine, was in
prospect when court convened 'today.
Twelve defendants were raised today,
lut the charges were quashed by the
state. Fifty-eight of the more than
100 negroes indicted have been found
guilty, and one acquitted. Of the con
victions, eleven were sentenced to
INTENDS TO HAVE
(Associated Press j
Paris, Nov. 7. The supreme coun
cil today decided to appoint a com
mission to draft the final list of in
dividuals charged with violations of
laws whom Germany must surrender
Weirsdale, Nov. G. Rev. and Mrs.
E C. Albertson arrived last Tuesday
after spending the summer on the
Pacific coast, and in Kansas.
A silver tea will be given at the
manse next Monday afternoon at 3:30
by Mrs. M. E. Gabard, the proceeds
to go to help swell the light fund
which the church is raising for good
All Christian Endeavorers are urg urged
ed urged to go to the C. E. district conven convention
tion convention to be held at Mount Dora next
Saturday, tl is possible to go down
in the morning in time for the first
session and get home before dark, so
everyone who can schould go.
Mrs. L. E. Peters and son and
daughter, Harold and Miss Vivian of
Lcesburg, spent Sfunday last here'.
Walter Albertson, who is attending
high school in Leesburg, came home
ast Friday for the week end.
Rev. Grant will Continue his ser
vices at the tabernacle. Much interest
is manifested by the good attendance
in spite of the rainy weather. Next
Saturday night Rev. Grant' topic will
be "The Price of a Soul." Every one
should come and hear Mr. Grant.
UJ) rii 10) IDi vU
All of Marion County's Boys who were in the
service during the great war, their relatives
and friends which includes all of Marion's
citizens are invited to a BIG' BARBECUE
and a celebration of "Armistice Day", Nov.
1 j at Fair Grounds, Ocala. The celebra celebration
tion celebration will last from 11:00 A. M. to 4:00 P.M.
Dinner will be served at noon in army style.
There will be music and community singing.
The Stores of Ocala will be closed from 1 1
A. M. to 4 P. M.
Theboys arenot asked to wear uniforms.
Come early! Bring all your neighbors! Din Dinner
ner Dinner is being provided for everybody.
There will be no long-winded speeches, no
political speeches, no speeches on bonds. It's
going to be just a great joy Feast.
OHIO'S SLUMP WAS AWFUL
Thirst in that State 3Iust Have Been
Backing Up Since July
Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 7 Actual re returns
turns returns reported from sixty-four out of
eighty-eight counties show the wets
leading on all four prohibition pro proposals
posals proposals submitted Tuesday to Ohio
The Star is sorry to hear of the
death of Mrs. W, C. Whitney, one of
Marion county's most beloved women.
Mrs. Whitney was ninety-eight years
old and had lived most of her life at
Orange Springs. She had many
friends all over the county and all
that territory adjacent to her home.
She died this morning at the home of
her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Cora Whit Whitney,
ney, Whitney, in Jacksonville; and will be
buried at Orange Springs tomorrow.
After long years of suffering,
which he bore bravely, Claude L'Engle
is dead. He passed away at his home
i;. Ortega yesterday, and was buried
I ARGE CROWD HEARD
SERMON ON THE DEVIL
After a splendid song service last
r ight, Evangelist Dunaway preached
a great sermon on "The Devil." The
main auditorium was full and several
were in the annex.
Mr. Dunaway knows the Bible and
gave the Bible description of the old
devil. He proved that he was the
father of all evil spirits.
It was a great service. Many
pledged the evangelist to fight the
devil and his works.
Service tonight and tomorrow
rrght. If you are interested in souls
All scouts are urgently requested
to be at the army this afternoon at
5 o'clock. S. M. Hooper, S. M.
AT CHRISTMAS TIME
Solve your gift problems with pho photographs.
tographs. photographs. Make the appointment to
day its none too early.
EUGENE A REVELS,
Over Fishel's Store, Ocala Fla. 76t
Sparr, Nov. 6. Misses Leggia and
Roberta Shealy spent Saturday and
Sunday at home.
s Quite a few were present at the
Hallowe'en party Friday night at the
school house and all reported a good
Miss Lois Rawls was visiting here
Mr. James Brown from Birming
ham, Ala., is vistmg relatives here.
Head lettuce, jumbo celery and
I fresh Florida tomatoes at the Delica-!and
.tessen Market, opposite fire station.
leader of North Russians Led
3Ien Out of the Trap but
with Heavy Loss
Helsjngfors. Nov. 7. The Esthon-
ian bureau learns that General Yude-
nitch has succeeded in extricating the
greater number of 'his troops after
suffering heavy losses but his forces
in the Gatchinera region were com completely
pletely completely cut off by the bolsheviki.
AUSTRIAN LEMON ENDORSED
Paris, Nov. 7. The Austrian dele
gation .has handed to the peace con conference
ference conference the ratification document of
the St. Germain treaty.
OTTO WANTS IT
Berlin, Nov. 7. A wireless from!
Vienna reports the Archduke Otto
a tout to be proclaimed king of Hun
Archduke Otto is seven years old.'
If placed on the throne he will be un
der a regency.
' DEMANDS EX-DICTATOR
Vienna, Nov. 7. The Hungarian
government has renewed its demand
foi the extradiation of Bela Kun,
former dictator of Hungary.
HAASE IS DEAD
Berlin, Nov. 7. The doctors de
clare the case of Hugo Haase hope
less. Haase, who is the leader of the
independent socialist party in Ger
many, recently had one leg amputat amputated
ed amputated as a result of an assassin's bullet.
Later: Haase died this morning.
MAY THEY NEVER REGRET IT
Luxembourg, Thursday, Nov. 6.
The marriage of Grand Duchess Char Char-lctte
lctte Char-lctte and Prince Felix of Bourbon
Parma, was celebrated today.
PERISHED IN PRISON
Helsingfors, Nov. 7. A bolshevik
report through German sources says
that more than 600 of the 1000 in
mates of Kresty prison in Petrograd
died of starvation.
For Tuesday, November 11th, will not
be less than 11 c. for No. 1.
7-2t OCALA STOCKYARDS.
Rye, rape and oats. Get our prices
before buying. Ocala Seed Store, tf
Federal bread is your best food, 10
15-cent loaf. Federal System of
I Bakeries. 7-2t
j La o
REASONS FOR EARLY
DATE OF ELECTION
As there seems to be more or less
comment regarding the calling of the
bond election at such an early date
a Dec. 2nd. 1919, the board of county
commissioners therefore wishes to
call attention to the following com communications
munications communications from the state road de department,
partment, department, which are self-explanatory,
and further the board would state as
information also that Mr. M. M.
Smith, chairman of the department,
has informed the board of county
commissioners that just as soon as
as much as one mile of these roads
has been completed the state will
take that much over and. so on, until
these roads are completed, when the
state will take them over in their en entirety.
tirety. entirety. Tallahassee, August 1, 1919.
Mr. O. H. Rogers, Board of County
Commissioners, Marion, Fla.
Dear: Sir: Herewith I am handing
you copy of a resolution which was
adopted by the state road department
at a meeting held in the office of the
department on July 29-30. This is
definite and this amount of money it
would seem in justice to other coun counties
ties counties in the state along road No. 2, will
be all that the road department will
be able to apportion to your county
for this road out of the funds from
federal and state sources under the
new legislation. I hope that Marion
county will get busy and get up a
bond issue for a sufficient amount of
money to complete through your
ccunty road No. 2 with a material
which will be satisfactory to all con concerned.
cerned. concerned. Also I am enclosing copy of a reso resolution
lution resolution pertaining to road No. 5. and
the improvement of same in your
county. This resolution is also con contingent.
tingent. contingent. Yours very truly,
M. M. Smith,
Chairman State Road Department.
lime Limit for Meeting Conditions as
Apportionment of Federal and
Whereas, at a meeting of the state
read department held on July 29-30,
1919, in the office of the department
in Tallahassee, apportionments were
made of state and federal aid funds
to assist in the construction of certain
roads in certain counties, said appor apportionments
tionments apportionments being contingent upon the
acceptance by the various counties of
the conditions specified in the reso resolution
lution resolution adopted by this department
making such apportionment; and,
Whereas, it is the desire of the
state road department to, as early as
possible, reapportion such funds as
are not accepted by any of the coun
ties under the conditions named in
said resolutions; now be it
Resolved, That in the event the
proper authorities in any county shall
submit to a vote -of the people the
question of whether or not the county
shall provide funds, through bond
issue or otherwise, to meet the re
quirements contained in the resolution
adopted by the state road department.
and he result of the election to de
termine the question shall be against
providing such funds, then the state
road department shall consider such
failure to provide the funds to meet
the conditions of said resolution as a
non-acceptance of said conditons upon
wnicn state ana leaerai lunds were
tendered and the department will im immediately
mediately immediately proceed to make other dis disposition
position disposition of the funds so apportioned
to said county or counties. And be it
Resolved, That should any county,
through the proper authorities there
of, fail to furnish to this department
substantial and satisfactory evidence
of its intention to meet the conditions
of the state road department with
reference to such apportionments on
or before the meeting of this depart department
ment department to be held in January, 1920, such
failure shall be considered a non non-acceptance
acceptance non-acceptance of the conditions contained
in the resolution making the appor apportionment
tionment apportionment of funds to assist in road
construction in such county.
Attest: J. P. Clarkson. Secretary of
State Road Department.
"Resolved that the sum of $250,000
of federal and state aid funds, or as
much thereof as may be necessary is
hereby apportioned to be applied to
the cost of construction of a hard sur surfaced
faced surfaced road over the route of state
road No. 2, in Marion county, from
the Alachua county line to the Lake
county line, conditioned uopn Marion
county providing sufficient funds to
ccmplete same with a hard surface
mterial satisfactory to this depart department;
ment; department; all work and the expenditure
of all funds to be under the supervis supervision
ion supervision and control of the state road de department
partment department as provided by law; and be
-Resolved, That the chairman and
the state highway engineer "of this
department are hereby authorized to
visit said Marion county and submit
the above resolutions to the board of
county commissioners of said county
and if the same is accepted they are
nereoy authorized to carry the same
into effect; and be it further
Resolved, That all former resolu
tions and motions adoDted bv thin
department concerning this section
or said road m conflict herewith are
hereby repealed and rescinded.
Attested by J. P. Clarkson, Acting
Secretary, State Road Denartraent.
Resolved, That the sum of $30,000
of state and federal aid funds, or
much thereof a3 may be necessarv. be
apportioned for the improvement of
state road No. 5, in Marion countv.
said apportionment being contingent
upon ,raid county providing at least
$30,000 of county funds to be applied
on the improvement of said road, said
improvement to be of a character
00 A BIG SCALE
The Fine Herds of Stock on that
Place are Headed by
It is very probable that not a few
persons in Marion county are unaware
of the magnitude of the fanning ope-
lations on the Anthony Farms. This
large farm, located just north of An-
tlicny in this county, has 3100 acres
under fence, of which 2000 acres are
in cultivation this year.
There are on the Anthony Farms at
present 1200 head of hogs, 700 of
which are registered Durocs and
Poland Chinas. The farm hasforty hasforty-five
five hasforty-five Perchcron mares, one registered
Percheron stallion, and 100 head of
mule and horse colts. The sight of
these big Percherons, in Florida, is
unusual. Besides these very fine an-
nzals, Mr. Beuchler has a very hand
some registered saddle stallion. There
are on the farm three registered mam mammoth
moth mammoth jacks and ten head of mammoth
and Spanish jennets. There are on
the place at present thirty registered
Aneus cows and heifers. This herd
is headed by Easton E. H., a $10,000
four-year-old bull. weighing 2100
pounds, and Queechy Boy, a three-
year-old bull, weighmg 1600 pounds.
Mr. Beuchler says that these are the
two best Angus bulls in the South.
Besides the registered stock, there
are on the farms 200 head of high
grade Angus cattle.
There are on the farms 300 head of
high grade Dorset ewes, headed by
Another very unusual sight in Flor
ida, ;is the immense barn on this
farm. The barn, which is of the Ca Canadian
nadian Canadian type, is 172x72. The second
story of the barn has a storage ca
pacity for 800 tons of hay, and there
are hay carriers at both ends of the
building. On the ground floor there
are fifty-five tie stalls, and thirty-
eight box stalls, besides feeding
rooms and storage rooms.
The five silos on. the place are of
265 tons capacity, and all of these at
present are full. There are seven
windmills and deep wells on the place.
An idea of the size of the farm is
to be had froiji the fact that it has its
own .sawmill, which has' turned out
all of the lumber for the buildings
and the silos now on the place.
Mr. Beuchler is at present feeding
500 head of high grade cattle, some
weighmg upward of 1300 pounds al already.
ready. already. .One of the largest stock exhibits at
the State Fair in Jacksonville will be
made by the Anthony Farms. A visit
to the farms is more than worth
while. They are reached by the Citra
road,' and are only a short drive by
automobile., from. Ocala, being about
ten miles north of the city.'
satisfactory to this 'department;' all
work and the expenditure of all funds
to be under the supervision and con control
trol control of the, state road department as
provided by law; and be it further
. Resolved, That: all resolutions and
motions heretofore adopted by this
department in conflict herewith, in re relation
lation relation to said road in said county, are
hereby repealed and rescinded.
. Attested to by J. P. Clarkson, Act Acting
ing Acting Secretary State Road Department.
MAP AND CIRCULAR
WILL SOON BE READY
Editor Star: In a previous letter
to the press, I asked the taxpayers to
suspend judgment on the question of
bonds or ho bonds for good roads; to
be voted on Dec 2nd, next, Until the
good roads committee could have pre
pared a county map, showing location
of proposed roads and also to have
prepared a circular giving informa information
tion information bearing on the whole plan for a
county system of roads. This circu
lar will offset. I think, the misinfor misinformation
mation misinformation that is now going around on
this question, and will be ready in a
short time, by November 15th at the
We have been! delayed in gettinsr
out this map by the absence of the
engineer. T. T. Munroe,
Chmn. Good Roads Committee.
Burbank, Nov. 6- Friends of Mr.
Ben Wise are glad to have him home
aain.. Mr. Wise left in .the spring. to
return to his old home in England,
but received the sad news of the
death of his mother and father, so he
decided to return to Florida.
Miss Mozelle Priest spent Wednes
day the guest of Mrs. H. I. Turner.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vickers are re
joicing oven the arrival of a baby
girL Rosalie Lisk Vivcers.
Mr. C. N. Baker of Kansas Citv.
Mb., arrived Monday and will spend
the winter at his home here.
Mrs. Deborah Haldeman of Oak was
here Tuesday. I
Mr. and Mrs. Dale of Fort McCoy.
are visiting their daughter, Mrs.
Mrs. Stigile of Losk, Wyo, arrived
in Burbank Wednesday. She will
look at property here and will prob probably
ably probably spend the winter.
Mr. T. C. Robinson returned Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday from Ocala, where he has
been in the hospital.
W. & Laset 12. IX, Kiydcf-
Sorgeen, specialist Eye, Ear, r"
Throat. Law Library VzV
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OF OCALA, FLA.
busy for politics." A few more clean
nfenfin oSce. and a few more clean
men interested in keeping them there
wftiiM heln material!?. St. Peters-
AM ERIC AN LEGION SUNDAY
There will be a mass meeting of all
returned soldiers, sailors and marines
to which every one is invited, at 3 p.
R. R. Carroll, PreaMeat
P. V. Learengood, StcrcturyJTrcuuer
J. II. Benjantm. Edit
Entered at Oca la., Tla,, poatof fle as
eecond-class matter. .
DaMneM Offtee- ............ .F1t-
Editorial Department Twa-
If a clean, intelligent man is elected m., Sunday, November 9th, at the
to office, he is not only subject to the Temple theater. Ocala. The local
attacks of gang politicians, but many post of the American Legion urges
of the other clean, intelligent men in that all ex-service men be present and
the community will criticise every- bring their friends with them. The
thing he does and balk his plans for following is the program for the aft-
the betterment of the public. That's lernoon:
Invocation, Kev. u. 21. Brittain.
Song, "Long. Long Trail."
Song, "Keep the Home Fires Burn-
WAN1XD, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT A2iD SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
what's the matter with Ocala today.
QUESTIONS TO CANDIDATES
RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c.; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in advance.
WANTED Salesman to handle good
territory. Singer Sewing Machine
The following questions to candi
dates for the mayor's office are sub-1 ing,
tv;oj4 u Mr- inhn Tnvlnr whn rpn.l Address, bv Cantain Chanlain Con-1 .
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS J ," 7 1"., n company, uamesvnie, ria.
tv, i.iresenu a mite tuju uiuucubiai w-
entitled for the use xor rearobllcatlon oflment of our citizens: I bolo by Mrs. l t. t utcn.
SSt hVViP?yhff First: Are you in favor of carry- Addres9 by Major Robert L. Ander
and also the local news published I mg out the city manager charter in I son
!?I!ni LTii8f'!PLlctHfUpirit and in fact?
served. .. oeconu; Are yuu ui lavur ui u-
i proving and extending the city elec-
subscriptiox rates itnc light and water plant and bond-
nIIHZ7t ling the city for this purpose?
uia imL I m M x A
One year. In advance $1.00 1. Anira: Are you in iavor oi strict
6ix months, in advance. 1.00 1 enforcement of the prohibition law
Solo, by Mr. Lester Lucas.
Song, "Star Spangled Banner."
TO TAXATION Tremere, Belleview, Fla.
WANTED To rent or buy, go-cart
or baby carriage. State price, etc. Ad Address
dress Address P. O. V. 46. Belleview. Fla. 73t
FOR SALE Twenty-five choice
game stags, ready to trim and walk;
all bred to fly in the fastest company.
Three dollars each while they last.
J. EL Spencer
W. R. Pedricli
THE (OCALA GAS ENGINE Wffi
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.
SSV rnonti & laV&?!::::::: nd ordinances affecting the moral
Foretsm i condition ox tne city 7
One year. In advance. 18.00
Sir mtntha In Aania 4.2S
Three mentha. In advance S.f 5 I OUR NEIGHBOR TOWNS
One month, in advanee.
Display Plate 10c per Inch for con-!
K1ifnf Sfflr; Tinder -normal condi-1 VY AIM &u io meet some one inai
tinn I have alwavs favored and ad- kaa real game chickens that ca
voea'ed buildine Dermanent public knock the feathers off of Tremere's
improvements bv bondine. that future so-called game stags, roosters, cocks,
ARE INVITED I generations might be taxed for ben- etc. Address, R. U. A. Cock, care the
efits received, but conditions are not ptar omce. xu-t
Acetylene Welding Our Specialty
The people of the towns contiguous normai and taxation has already
a a a 1.1 l 9 . I
eecutive insertions. Alterncte laser-1 to Marion county, those who entauouf reached the noint of confisca-1 FOR SALE Bronze turkeys. Apply
aSSVJLK? LiSSf ik men into the service from Ocala, are tion I to J. L. Manley. Route B, Box 167. 6 3t
aix times 5c. oer.lnch. ADeclal ixMiltlon I cordially invited to be with us on I
!l?ceh Vj! next Tuesday). Their enhance values; the board of county AUTO BARGAINS- Call and see our
win take higher rate, which will oe i noys were ine same as our own. I commissioners can do that. It will I used cars at oargams. une cluck
"i.T-SS" be remembered that in .1914 assessed six, 18 model; one Ford touring car;
inrtionr 2c Mr lin for ih lulm- Our friend Thorn of the Palm values in this countv were "enhanced" one Maxwell touring car; one Uiev-
quent Insertion. One change a week I pi, pflSf i,aa a niA-G Gf noetrvloc; ; nrAor na it wa claim-1 relet roadster. The Ocala Iron
allowed on readers wltnout extra com-1- - F J I r 7 tiVo a f-p
Dosition charges. - I about us. We hope our friends willlcd, to reduce the rate, there being at I worics. -tt
111 be- made for mquntlag. Inardon us for renrintimr it. It isn't It hp time a clamor about what was! :
1 ipno mult hi TTIiUITltMl. AT f hfTVl often that tioetrv is nrinted abont us. ItVion nrmiAeTeA a bich rate of tax- FARMERS AND TRUCK GROWERS
The only previous occasion we can re- ation. For that one year the state snould use rnu&Liflib in connection
SPENCER & PEDRICK, Proprietors.
" When Better Automobiles Are Built buick Will Build Them
Oclilawalia Avenue and Osceola SL
Everything will be ready for the I member was sometime in 1889, when! tax rate was reduced from 7 mills Mith other fertilizers which they are
... : .. i '.1st. Clair Abrams was accused, ner-ltn FHa mills and the countv rate from now using. Call on the John Dozier
soldier and sailor Doya luesday, ana hfipg f&l&eyf of penning the following 21 mills to 15 mills. What has Company, Ocala, for the PHOSLIME
Ocala expects them all, their fathers imes: happened since? We have a bolshevik booklet and information how to use
and mothers, their sisters and broth- "Of all the words of tongue or pen, state administration and criminal ex- FJIOSLIME to the best advantage,
wrivM and I "The saddest are these. 4I didn't hane I travacrance has increased the statel&nd save money on fertilizers. 1 UUa-
1Q1R and I LIME is a Marion countv Soft Phos-
I LuA labC UW LVl vvu isutvw .v.ve l r
Shady, Nov. 6. Mr. James Free-
fertilizers. PHOS- Pjan f CpRiy6' .is vi8iting Mr
i -is-i rvi 0 i m: i.Qcirinv
tax rate 85 ner cent since 1916. and UME is a Marion county Soft Phos- T"
vvueiuer mr. Auraras wroie muse i tne county raie nas gons uac. w i xwuv buu ucu 'J i .n n,. fi,;c wnov xr
1! xi 1 11.. Jl ... ,t at I in UstiitH At anti ctofoa a uroll oalh v"i
Lieut. Col. Theodore Roosevelt, who SSt? muisi w x" I Ln;,"T ." 7h. vL I Dease expects to farm there the com-
was elected to the New York assem
bly, polled the greatest plurality evgr
from Thorne is different. It says: trict taxes, several of which are states. Try this home product and
4 j.j.i.,, : v:. j .u,? r oays me ucaia otar: inom, oil bonded, and uunnenon Donoeu iorie mvacy ,o.uu uicw juur h"""
ft:riZ .ESr r--- the Palm .Beach Post, says he has both, making the tax rate there 47
He carried every election district.'
broken nnly three of the command-1 mills, not including town taxes. There
Mr. and Mrs. Coby will move into
ii r i the cottage formerly occupied by the
uease iamny ana jir. vajoj win snare
I U.-i. J- x- ii.. L. I i ; t- A. j I TrT C A T T T U11 Ir tiuu wui am.. .
There's a bunch of islands off Ckpei:""4"' rT "Ji i7T ;Tn aTI Misses Lily and Mary Gaskin re-
le, Z."0?: DT. iepf" other seven. All the same, when we the contrary more than one-half mill- dress Tl P. Drake. Ocala. Fla. 4-5t
AZA- .J" r.JTj meet Thorn in the New Jerusalem, we ion dollars has been added to the 1918
vC-fflJJ exPect to see him wearing a valuations by the pen and ink pro- FORD FOR SALE See
" W'T "-r three-ringed halo and twaneine a 24- cess. It seems to me that the boost-1 Chazal & Sons Co.
t. jeweled harp." .ng of tax values has about reached
- :r-" And Pd like to add richt here, while the limit, and we need not hone to WANTED Carpenters, at
?e .Vcaia PJF 8.r rm in the humor: have, assessed nronertv values in- man, Fla. Construction
turned last week from Miami. Miss
lary resumed her position as book
keeper at the New York Meat Market
Mr. and Mrs. George Davis and
Gtorge Jr., of Port Inglis, visited Mrs.
Davis mother, Mrs. George Turner
Sunday. Miss Abbie Stokes of Stokes
use of their children.
great help to them in their studies.
TW- T- t . I m 1 1 m I T A. 1 1
It would be'a "njamm may wait caim- cr-asea very mucn ior ne next xew rif1,' Perry, was also a visitor at the Tur
ly nuwenng ai ine gate I years, in addition to tne aDOve tneipentres io o. vppiy io vnanesi u" tt q11t1jqv
He'll long and yearn to have me fori taxpayers of Ocala are taxed 50 perlRyar, Loughman, Fla.
his host; I cent more on city taxes for 1919.
ner home Sunday.
Quite a little crowd gathered at
Mrs. Smith home Friday evening and
enjoyed a delightful Hallowe'en party.
iaiiiua iimcs Mjia ww ut AJ V.m i-U u:. u:al. rr.v x i i u 1 TTTTPMITTTT? IT TTT." 7 1,
fnend, E. P, Martin Will run lor tnei ; or: coo U if
. I Pnst. I will rpmiiTB n Ipw nf 10 mills ti navl Repair sewincr machines, lawn mow. I . ....
mi. vi iT ;: v T --j r: T r tucks wnich amused tne crowd, aii-
When he learns that I am coming eve- the interest, and if $500,000 is to be ers, enamelware, etc. J. W. Hunter, I wrj. lnf nf Wm Tilvpd
ry pulse will start a-strum- paid off in ten years, it will require a 310, 312, 314 South Mam St. 23-tf inrTrtnrs nnA ont thp Kmooth- h'A
rrtd Mrs Rmitli asi:fd bv IVfisa
ernor or United
levy of 7 mills for a sinking fund.
The Mexican government refuses
to make good the ransom" money for
VA)llBUiai XkClllCSCllMiVtf 6 v bunuv j ... i, . . m i. Ar , oncck vxavivcj., aisu sutuc aamsv. lit
Puebla, carried off by bandits and "c W1" wwl "u ttac jf 1 tf Tok c-I AVT think both old and young enjoyed the
Va-'. siKftnrin fAr 'mi about the center county, will have to be increased at to No. 125. Sidney F. Thompson, lml vw,lW
Hell not quiet down until he takes So it had just as well be understood WOOD-I am now prepared to deliver stroble sandwiches and fancy
forced to pay $150,000 for ransom.
Puebla was headquarters for an Am-
Of that golden-streeted, pearly-1 least 80 per cent.
gated land. I xou stated tnat tne rate ior road I aujjn l a wasxl&u to demonstrate
AMxtv. nimn Anna anJ If nll VtA'aopOITl 1' b'
- "r- I As Pete says; "I'm elad ta meetcher." I purposes eight mills now levied is I Save-Gas Tablets: must have auto-
each will be a happy creature, Jthe maximum or limit allowed by law I mobile; big money for the hustler.
And well take the harp that's hand-1 and can not be increased. If this is I Gasoline at 2 cents per gallon. Send
ed -that's perhaps; v I the law. ask the board of county cocn-$l for trial can enough for 100 gal
But while Benjamin's the sharpest I missioners how they have managed to I Ions of gasoline. Write Wm. Kohler,
and no doubt will be s-o-m-ei vade it. I hold that there is no limit 33rd St. and 14th Ave., Tampa, Flor
hn-rrif In favafiriTi Tno srtonial aoacinn nrliAo 901ir
I can do a heapsite better with the (the legislature in December 1918,
n f i 1 : ii.. i i nrAAn m m ti 1 ii.i
ocoi.woA of o A .lolifirtTi I Mjtp. Pasaeu a mw wutnunxing wie ooarui nuuu mone 10 ior ail lengmus
v i For aeon, after aeon well conclude of county commissioners of Marion oak or pine wood; thoroughly season- .f.i. .i,a v;,,
T:ii that we will stay on, co-mty to borrow money to meet the ed. Special price on quantity orders. er,r,w nt 0a o
' .1.11 BOA IT OfltT Af hAMi' I cf ntA AMI IMA I Alrl Aw A .Am m IT.. . m l ... m a i n v 1 n A I " C
Florida: tion for the building of the state road Smoak's Wood Yard. 15-tf
The heads of the various commit
tees on Victory Day met yesterday
afternoon "and went out to the fair
grounds to see how matters were
progressing out there. They found
everything in good shape and if the
weather clerk will only be a patriot,
Misses Dollie and Jessie Morrison
spent Friday night with Vivian Doug
Miss Alta Stokes of Ocala was the
week-end guest of Misses Janet and
Messrs. F. C. Barnes and James
Goin will represent Olivet church at
Blitchton at the Baptist convention
which meets there this week.
Blessed is the man who owns a cane
ed of shooting up cars of people who
run a little too fast to suit them.
- lrkA. : v: iUi i A I n::. tt: i it.-
a oMtt x W .f "clc ,vuaa uue cuing aoout it ur uixh: xiiguway Arum we Aiacnuo
w w.-.- flrnco rill 1 ,r,fr Una T nlrn AM1m4- 1Sna PAD OATf XTC :
.yw nuv nuwn rr 111 uaiutj I vuuwj nub w wi, mac tviuitj uuci I i; V'M fcJnjuji- ikD icatucuv.c iu
by an unknown party has the right to
shoot back; also be has the right to
prosecute any officer who. shoots 'at
him without ; reason. No policeman
nor deputy sheriff has any right to
shoot at a man for speeding.; People
had better stay? out of Pinellas, county
until it educates its' 'deputy 'sTieriffs.
doubt it and I understand the amount requir- neighborhood. Bargain at $3800. Easy
Mostj folks from here will go where led is $250,000 this to be borrowed for terms. Apply to P. O. Box 575. 6-m
it is tornder! I four years at 6 per cent. This can be
To All Whom It May Concern:
Take notice .that I, Wilbert Ellis
who was convicted in the circuit court
done with an increased levy of an FOR SALE (Wood Cut to Order.) fcr Marion county, Florida, in aJnu-
-VdMire -io-VSf will fnr nrlP0J,,fl V;V. rtcf lrnATMn .nm. aiJl XUr DlUruer in IflC BCCQDU
years. While this is objectionable on
Wacahoota, Nov. 6.The farmers I account of the short term, necessitat necessitat-and
and necessitat-and truck growers here were muchlmg a high rate, I prefer it to the
T'other dav we saw a laborine man. delighted over the good rain, early proposed bond issue under existing
.. ." 'i I finn)n mnminn I conditions. VV. w. Clvatt.
nno nt tna nonna rn n nipen ot niiim-1 w""uj iuviwuk. -:
..v... Mr i y i I j -a- i . .
fortable this winter by buying your degree for the killing of Robert Eaton
wood cut ready to burn direct from on "e uy ox -my, Aarx. ana was
the producer, thereby saving the ntence d to imprisonment for life m
ing, comfortably leaning up against several are snipping beans and
the house, sucking his pipe. 'We askr he7 find a ready sale for them at the ATTRACTIONS AT THE TEMPLE
tA tVp mnn ; whrt wa! nivinP tKe tfll' depot. -1-
whether the workman was loafingbn Mr.' and Mrs. J. O. Tyson and fam fam-his
his fam-his own time or not. 'N6r'lie said; ily and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith and cf
"he is loafinc on niv time: th'ev all Mrs. V. P. Smithy Mrs. T. N.' and Mrs.
-utc auau nww, rv tJ f- i . i
Mr. and Mrs. j. u. ryson and iara-i Today, 7tn: rom Moore in a laty
he is loafinc on niv time: the v all! Mrs. V. P. Smitn, Mrs. T. N. and Mrs. Saturday, 7: All Star cast in "Bet-
do. and if I speak to them about it 1 M. Smith and family attended the ter Times.
they quit. They do about half as I Metnodisx revival at wniiston. on tne
much work as they used to do. andl'0tlrth Sunday. The noted evangelist,
get twice the pay." " "Rev'. Charlie Tillman is conducting the
meeting there. I Moss Bluff. Nov. 6. Mrs. Williams
Says the patriotic Summerfield 1 Mr and Mrs. u. K. uurry called on I of Georgia, is spending a most en-
Chronicle: "The Marion County Fair Mr and Mrs. b. E. Dasher of Smloh joying visit here with her daughter,
opens on Tuesday, November 18thJ on the fourth Sunday afternoon. Mrs. L. A. Griggs,
and we hope' this community will have 4 Mr. Lute Howell returned on the Mrs. E. C. Jordan and daughter re-
a great exhibit at the fair.4' Remem- 26t from a week's visit to Valdosta. turned home Friday, 'after several
ter, we took the first prize at the last Mrs. T. N. Smith has been serious- days spent here.
fair and with thiamin 'mmd'pvprvTfwwIvl y but her many friends are glad Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Fort motored
in this community should make evervl'' know her condition is much bet- to Ocala Saturday afternoon.
effort to isend up a far better' exhibit I ter- Mr. Oscar Lippincott of Ocala was
than they did to the last fair.- There! Mr Job Smith and Mrs. Elvin Bru-la pleasant caller here Friday,
is more interest he i tip- taken this, venr I ton are on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and
than ever before.' so make vour ar-I The Baptist cemetery working was I daughter, Mrs. Fred Davis of Weirs
rangements now to visit the best f air I we- attended and the cemetery put in I dale, were callers at the home of Mr.
ever given in Marion county.'" od condition. and Mrs. J. if. Davis lhursday.
. : r i ....vj Mr.' and Mrs. A. F. Torlay and two Mr. and Mrs. John Morrison of Ok.
What's the matter with most cities daughters of Melrose spent Saturday lawaha were guests of Mr. and Mrs
most counties and most states?- Too?"1 uje,r sster, Mrs. j. u. lyson. i AmDrose Morrison Monaay,
many good, honest citizens ars "too
- '"" l 11 I I I i J ii i i. i.
REMEMBER: One out thc
of every five persons has jrjs-gfc
defective eves. You mav
be that one. . y.:;r.
DR. K. J. WpiHJEr J! ;
Optometrist and Optician.
Mr. and Mrs.' J. W. Bradley andl The friends 'of Mrs. Albert Fort are
'daughter, Lucile and Mr. L. M. Smith glad to see her out again after several
were visitors to Gainesville Saturday. 1 days of illness.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Epperson and! Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griggs and
children of Williston were week-end I children were callers on Mr. and Mrs.
guests of relatives here.. I A. W. Fort Friday.
Mr, and Mrs. William Neal of Jack-I Mr. Sidney Fort and Miss Martha
sen ville arrived Saturday and are! Fort attended the Hitchy Koo show
spending a fortnight with their par-' Friday night.
I SIGHS d
Dy Ex-Scrvicc Uai
! Prices Reasonable
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs, A. Cook and daughter
of Fairfield were spend the day guests
Sunday of Mrs. J. G. Smith,
t Mrl and Mrs. A. F. Torlay and two
1 1 J daughters of Melrose and Mr. .Victor
iioriay oi uainesvnie and Mr. uoiden
Gillespie of Melrose and Mr. Johnnie
Tyson and sister were guests to din dinner
ner dinner of ,Mrs. C. R. Curry Sunday.
' Mn ;Retis Smith, sold his cotton to
Mr. Baird; of. Gainesville and deliver delivered
ed delivered it; today, having Mr.' Will White White-hurst
hurst White-hurst take it in on his truck. "
Fresh mullet and sea trout at the
Delicatessen Market, opposite fire
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Griggs, ac
companied by Mrs. Henry Fort were
callers in Ocala Wednesday.
TO AUTO OWNERS
I am again at my old place of bus
iness on the Anthony road, where I
shall bo pleased to attend to your car
repair work by appointment. Call
phone 393. 29-tf M. A. Bquvier.
; I bought one gross Hot Water Bags
and Fountain Syringes while at the
Rexall conventio nin Boston. They are
now on sale at the low price of $1.69.
We invite your inspection. Ceng's
Drug Store. 1-tf
profits of the city wood yard. Orders
filled anywhere in the city. Phone
39 M. C. P. Howell, Ocala. 4-m
WANTED 10,000 bushels of pea
nuts at once. Can use any variety.
We also want your furs, hides, wool,
seed cotton, etc. Ocala Exchange and
Hide Co., N. Magnolia St., Carmich Carmich-ael
ael Carmich-ael building. See the wildcat in the
OFFICE ROOMS FOR RENT Two
large office rooms, overlooking corner
of two business streets, and conven
ient to postoflice. Apply to Dr. D. M.
FOR SALE A few outstanding big
bone Poland China boars. These boars
are three to five months old. and run
from 80 to 125 pounds in weight.
These pigs will be priced low for the
next ten days. For further informa
tion write or visit the Hiawatha Lake
Stock Farm, Ocala, Fla., W. C. Blood,
WANTED Younc man who wants to
l u a.: i i i
icuj.ii me priming ixauc, or COU1Q use
two-thirder who "wants to complete
his trade. W e especially want one who
will stick to the job. Apply at the
Star office. 29-tf
wAiMir,u rrinter. state wages
and when you can come to work. Ad
dress, Star Office, Ocala. 5-tf
A. E. GERIG
the state penitentiary, will make ap
plication to the honorable board of
pardons at Tallahassee, Florida, on
the 9tn day of December, 1919, for a
fuli and free pardon of said convic
ll-5-10t Wilbert Ellis.
j Autogenous Welding & Electric Co
Corner of Oklawaha Avenue and Orange Street.
We weld any Idrid of metal
Bring your broken parts to us for repair. We cut metal up to
ten inches thick. We repair Boilers and Heating Plants. We also
do Electrical Repairing and overhaul Starters, Generators and Ig Ignition
nition Ignition Systems. In fact we repair any make of automobile.
H. L. WIKLE, Manager.
Can of BRUMALT 1
makes 5lA gallons, or 7T
CO bottles of real old
The kind that's full of snap end
cparkle that comes up in the glass
with a rich, creamy foam and haA t
all the 'Trick" you want.
Make It at H
BRUMALT has all the neceisary ingredient to maka
real beer. It it the highly concentrated extract of pure
barley malt. With each can you get a package of hops
and clarifier and by following our simple instructions you
can make the best beer you ever drank.
Get it from your dealer today! If he can't supply
you, write us. Get your supply now.
KASS PRODUCE COMPANY
Buy Beaver Board
, that rs BEJWER BOARD
Tea want better walls and ceilings, in' your new home, in present
wast apace, or to" replace cracked plaster and dingy wallpaper.
So you ask for Bearer Board, the original wall board, that has
been building better walls and ceilings for a dozen years.
But do you know that inferior tailboards arc often
mmid mm Bearer Bord? Thejr znajr look like Bearer Board, feel
Bk9 Bearer Boards mad ereai clmlm to be mm good ma Beaver Board.
'But they can't give Beaver Board results.
Be sure to get what you ask for. The Beaver trademark on i.he
back of every panel of genuine Beaver Board is there for your
ptotuctlftfii Look for it. a
OCALA WEEKLY SfAfc. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1919
. Our ham sale was such a suc success
cess success that we have ordered another
thousand pounds and will let this
lot go at
Net weight marked on every bam, 8 to 12 lb
average. Get yours today, this Is a bargain.
Large Cask of DILL
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in eadU room. Dining room service is
second to nose
RATES From $1.50 per Sy pev person to $6.
G-0-. E ID) M A RJ
Coffins and Caslcefs
Day Phone 253 Night Phones 511 and 395
L. HURST, MANAGER
Opposite Court House.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD.
And it will be accepted in payment of one loaf of
bread or one pan of rolls witli any purchase you make.
You will then b able to say you have eaten the
FEDERAL SYSTEM OF BAKERIES OF SOUTH, Inc.
I am presenting this coupon as 15 cents
payment on the first purchase I ever made
from your bakery.
PICKLES Just Opend
16 and 174
"WHY PAY MORE"
W n e (B 2
you have nefver eaten the
estt IBFeaffl to tffine
your name and street address to
and present at
Eesfi ISreaicl to tffine
COMPLIMENTING MISS BLAKE
The friends of Miss Irma Blake are
vieing with each other in making the
last days before. her marriage the
happiest in her life, and among the
most enjoyable of the affairs given in
her honor was the party yesterday
afternoon in which little Miss Eliza
beth Dickson, who is to be the flower
girl at Miss Blake's wedding, enter
tamed at the residence of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Dickson on
The guests were favored with sev
eral musical numbers by Miss Blake
and Miss Musie Bullock, the former
rendering instrumental selections in
a finished manner besides several
i t m
vocai numDers in wnicn ner accom
panist was Mrs. R N. Dosh. Miss
Bullock's vocal selections are always
happily chosen and on this occasion
she was accompanied on the piano by
The feature of the afternoon's en
tertainment was a guessing contest,
the winner of which was Miss Blake,
who received as a reward for her
cleverness a box of hand embroidered
handkerchiefs. She was presented
also with a dainty camisole as the
guest of honor.
Assisted by Mrs. C. R. Kreger- of
Jacksonville, who is visiting relatives
in Ocala, Elizabeth and Mrs. Dickson
served grapefruit salad, saltines, stuf stuffed
fed stuffed dates and hot coffee, and those en-
joying this charming affair besides
the guest of honor were Mrs. C. R.
Kreger, Mrs. M. A. Home, Mrs. R. G.
Blake, Mrs. G. W. Martin, Mrs. R..N.
Dosh Mrs. W. K. Lane, Mrs. T. S.
Trantham, Mrs. Si Perkins, Mrs. J.
H Taylor, Mrs. E. L. Carney. Mrs.
G. S. Scott, Mrs. M. W. Lloyd, Mrs.
L. J. Knight, Mrs. Frederick Hocker,
Mrs. L. N. Green and Misses Nellie
Gottlieb, Susie Lou Ellis, Musie Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Mary McDowell, Annie Davis
and Eugenia Fuller.
TO THE WORLD'S MOTHER
My feeble, though best in love and
respect to you and your sex.
You are by heritage divinely gifted
in mercy and love to relieve suffering
as is no other.
Through your divine suffering and
nourishment is created the nobleness
Yes, to the world I proclaim moth
Personal testimony-to the above.
I have seen you in the early days in
our west, on the trails, in cow camps
and in mining camps, feeding and
r.ursing those you never saw before
and never would again, and last but
most, I have seen you on our battle battlefields,
fields, battlefields, taking down words of love to
those my brother loved, cooling his
parched tongue with nature's cooling
draught, laving his painful and fever fevered
ed fevered brow with the inherent and divine
touch of your loving, merciful heart
and soul that made him meet his God
And should I fail to contribute my
mite to the Red Cross, I would be
turning down every principle that
makes me the American and the man,
and her of world renown in mercy
and love, the world's mother.
Your American Brother.
Anthony Farms, Nov. 6.
I am now prepared to renovate your
mattresses, pillows, etc. Call phone
112. Corner Oklawaha avenue and
Orange street, just west of Frank'
store, tf J. E. DREW.
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday at
W. A. Stroud's Oregon, Jonathan,
York, Imperial and winter banana
Apples; Washington, Clairglau and
California Pears; Emperor, Concord
and Tokay Grapes; lemons, bananas,
grapefruit, cabbage, pecans and' cu cucumbers.
cumbers. cucumbers. 6-3t
Federal System of
L Bakeries of South
flPAl A nPPIIDDCMPCC
If you have an society items for
the Star, please phone five-two-three.
Mr. J. K. Dickson has purchased
new Buick automobile.
Mrs. M. G. Chambers left recently
foi Miami, where she expects to spend
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haviland, win
ter residents of Belleview, are visitors
to Ocala today.
Mr. McGoodwin and Mr. Mark
Lance of Avon Park, are in Ocala
visiting friends for a few, days.
Special sale of Hot Water Bags
and Fountain Syringes at Gerig's
Drug Store. $2 value for $1.69 while
they last. 1-tf
Mrs. C. H. Lloyd arrived from Jack
sonville today for a visit of several
days to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Anyone who knows, of a stray iron
gate will please report to Mrs. Mc
jjoweii, r-ort King avenue, it was
taken away Hallowe'en.
Tomorrow's picture at the Temple,
"Eetter Times," with an all star, cast
is reported by exhibitors to be one of
he best evert seen on the screen.
H. H. Summerlin. shoe and boot re
pairing. Masters: block west oi court
house, 20 Magnolia St. I carry ma
ferial for all work. 6-lm
Mrs. J. E. Chace is anticipating a
delightful visit from Mrs. Richard of
Starke, who will arrive in Ocala Sun
day to be her guest for a couple of
The inspirational meeting of the
Woman's Auxiliary of the Presbyte Presbyterian
rian Presbyterian church will be held, Monday aft
ernoon at 4 o'clock. at the church, with
ivirs. w. w. uonaon as leader.
Any person, who happens to miss a
colicitor for the Red Cross roll call,
will find somebody ready to receive
his contribution at the Board of
Trade rooms any afternoon after 4
Mr. Paul Brinson, who, has- held a
csition with the finance division of
the U. S. army sunnly base at Nor-
clk, Va., since his release from the
navy, is expected to return to Ocala
If you need a Hot Water. Bottle, be
ure and get one of those bargains at
Gerig's Drug Store. $1.69 special
pi ice. l-tf
Mrs. J. J. Gerig and daughter,
Margaret, returned, yesterday from
ais extended trip in the north, which
li'.cluded Boston, New. York and
Washington. In Washington they
were the guests of Mr; Gerig's sis,ter,
Miss Blair Woodrow who has been
visiting relatives and friends in New
York and Baltimore is now in Savan
nah enjoying a delightful visit to Mrs.
Brockington, who as Miss Franklyn
tarvey was her guest m Ocala on
several occasions. Miss Woodrow ex
pected to return to Ocala in the
course of a week or ten days.
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday at
W. Av Stroud's Oregon, Jonathan,
York, Imperial and winter banana
Apples; Washington, Clairglau and
California Pears; Emperor Concord
and Tokay Grapes; lemons, bananas,
grapefruit, cabbage, pecans and cu cucumbers.
cumbers. cucumbers. . 6-3t
After a visit to Ocala which has
given a great deal of pleasure to her
many friends. Miss Nellie Gottlieb ex
pects to leave tomorrowfor Lakeland,
to which place her parents have re recently
cently recently moved from- Arcadia. Miss
Gottlieb made this visit to her former
heme en route from Whiter Lake, N.
Y., where she spent the summer
The third Red Cross roll call is on
in earnest, the ladies starting yester
day morning enrolling members in
the different wards. A generous re
sponse should meet this calL Tomor Tomorrow,
row, Tomorrow, Saturday, a bevy of pretty girls
will solicit on the courthouse square,
anc it is a foregone conclusion that
this team will fenroll more members
than all the others put together.
In today's Temple attraction "The
City of Comrades 'the picturization
of the Saturday Evening Post story
by Basil King, Tom Moore has a role
in striking contrast tos anything and
everything in which he has appeared
before. We have always loved Tom
Moore as the romantic hero in light
comedy roles, and the opportunity is
new afforded of seeing, him in some
thing different. This story depicts
love of humanity in all its passions,
sorrows and happinesses and thrills
you in its vivid proof that a man may
bo down but is never out. The In
ternational News will be shown today
Application for Leave to Sen
Notice is hereby given that on the
18th day of November. A. D. 1919.
will apply to Honorable W. E. Smith,
county judge, in and for Marion coun county,
ty, county, state of Florida, at his office in
Ocala, in said county, for an order au authorizing
thorizing authorizing me, as guardian of the
minor heirs of the estate of Joseph A.
Tyner. deceased, to sell at nrivate
sale the following property belonging
to said estate, towit: West half of
lot 1853, situated si the town of Dun
nellon, Marion county, Florida. Also
lots one (1), two (2), three (3) and
four (4), situated in Watkins addition
to the town of Dunhellon, Marion
county, Florida, Said land belonging
to the estate of the said Joseph A.
Tyner, deceased, to be sold for the
best interest of the said minor heirs.
This 17th day of October, 191&
10-17-5 t-Fri Guardian.
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.
Rub the cheat vigorous vigorously
ly vigorously with Yel-O-Pine
Croup and Pneumonia
Salve, then saturate a
piece of flannel with
the Salve. Warm it be before
fore before the fire and press
it firmly over the chest
Tala a clink cf tit m!t aWsl
tl size of a pea and tpreai it
iaiU tKa tkraat. ITtla cate u
obstiaale melt a bit in a tpooa aad
brcatke it timui h tie meista aad
, aasc. Tkt atxt morniaf tka btmi,
tkraat aa4 laaft will bm dear4
aad tka saracss f oac. Ask your
ImUx tar Tel-O-Piaa SaItc
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Sale Ends Tuesday,
This Store Will Close
From 11 a. m to 4 p. m.
ARif ISTICE DAY
"The FasMon CentteE?
Negotiable Storage, Receipts
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
Wc always Handle the bsct frcc& meat to be
had and our prices are clwayo deloxvesL-
Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Etc.
new yoisk:tjqsa.x rwnrsfir
FREE DELIVERY WEST EHOAD17AY PUQNE lie
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i Proof a-' u1
Issued ca Cottoi, AtxtoaobUes, Etc Z
pest Pork Chops ... ..... .20c
... 1 1 crk Sausaga i.25c
ocaLa EirENiita stab, triday. November 7, 1919
J Tires and Tubes
The board of cou-nty commissioners
of Marion county, Florida, will meet
Saturday. November 22nd, 1919. at their
office In the court house in Ocala. Flor
ida, to hear complaints and restore to
th; registration books all names er erroneously
roneously erroneously striclien. The following
names were stricken:
Ocala, Preelnct Xo. 1
Anthony, E. C. Fausett. A. D.
Ftarcham, Bernard Giles, George
Bush W. W. Herndon J. Ft.
Caldwell, J. C. Massey, W. O.
Colby, Ernest McDonald, J. D.
Connor. R. O. Osteen, D. H.
Clarkson, Robt. E. Fredrick, C. D.
Davis, Geo. W. Rivers, E. G.
Simpson, C. C.
Tarver, J. V. Jr.
Wei he, Fred E.
Adams, John M.
Bowie, B. B.
ruval, S. S,
Flynn. R. W.
Fox, C. I
Horrell, J. B.
McClane, F. E.
Morris, C. E.
Ottman, G. kA.
Pea body. C. R.
Perdue, B. T.
Smith, E. C
St run k, J. H.
Sperring. J. H.
Waters, J. J.
Wheeler, W. E.
Ashley, Harry J,
Origan ce. J. E,
Counts; H. W.
Campbell, FL C
Coleman. W. H.
Colcloug-h, F. N
Favis, Geo. W.
En cesser. J. S.
I GAMGE CO. j
Brannan, B. A.
Connor, C. E.
Cassels, W. IF.
Durand, P. A.
Kmmerson, C. A.
Flippen, C. F.
Hickle, Sam C.
Kirkland. C. N.
Mershon, M. I
Newsom, W. V.
Polly, E. A.
Priest, E. H.
Sanders, Frank D.
Trammell. 1. R.
Romeo, Preclact 5
Folks, A. B. Nettles, J. C.
Summerfleld, Precinct Vo. 8
Campbel, .S. U. Joyner. Sherman.
I.aabell. Frank Downs, R. E.
Walker, R. C. Keathly, J. F.
Da In, J. I
Uke Weir, Precinct Xo. 9
Brooks, R. W. Carney, J. L.
Mom It luff, Preclrfct Xo. 10
Belcher, J. I Perry, Fsaac
FTarkey, T. H. Doris, F. H.
Tillery C. J. Starger, H. W.
Blair, R. W.
Grabnmvtlle Precinct Xo. 11
Hickman, B. I Turner. Wm. I.
Tillis, T. H. Xong, R. F.
Salt SprlDKR, precinct iz
Boatwrtght, J. C.
Llnadale, Precinct is
"Darlington, W. R--
Anthony Precinct Xo. IT
Andrews. Charles Martin, R. H.
Hodge, John Thompson, Jake
Mohler. C. J. Crandall. H. P.
Talton J. H. Jennings, John
Brown, G. Ml Robinson, A. A.
Hall, Dan H. Wright, I B.
o. : Pedro, Precinct So. 23
Beard, James J.
McIntoMh, Precinct No.; 22
Price, E. L.
, Sparr, Precinct No. 26
Iturton, John H. Ijovell, S.
Hall, W. J.
Th foregoing list is .published sby
order of the aboard of county connmis-
sioners, In accordance with Section No.
200, General Statutes or Florida.
O. H. ROGERS, Chairman.
Attest: P. H. NUGENT, Clerk. 11-7
Don't forget to register and pay
polltax tomorrow. It's your last day.
Mr. S. D. Haynes, a solid citizen of
Detroit, is with us for the winter. He
is a brother of Mrs. Ford Rogers.
Messrs. C. C. Balkcom and H. A.
Waterman are home from a long bus business
iness business trip via auto thru South Florida.
Our bread is the most wholesome,
most nutritive and most economical
of all foods. Federal System of Bak Bakeries.
eries. Bakeries. 7-2t
A SURE WAY TO SAVE ON TIRES
Let us vulcanize all of your old used
tires which can possibly be saved in
4his way. Our vulcanizing process
positively prolongs the life of both
tires and tubes. Figure it out for
yourself and you, will see what a big
saving we can create for you in your
OklawaJha Ave Ocala, Fla.
The kind that insures,
S Against want in old age,
S Against raises in preminm
I The Prudential kind 2
See Ditto atxonce
: f. w. Ditto. :
J Ocala, Florida. J
Married, by Judge Smith, in his
office yesterday, Mr. Arthur Squires
and Miss Ioline Dudley of Fort McCoy.
Mr. M. E. Robinson, one of Flor
ida's most successful shoe salesmen,
is in the city, interviewing his cus
tomers and numerous old friends.
Head lettuce, jumbo celery and
fresh Florida tomatoes at the Delica
tessen Market, opposite fire station.
Mis3 Rena Smith has rented her
house, corner East Broadway and
Watula, to Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Kil Kil-gore,
gore, Kil-gore, and will occupy part of the
Gert (of the gloves) My beau U an
icellent judge of pictures.
Nell (of the notions) Does he haunt
Gert (warmly) He never sits no nowhere
where nowhere but the orchestra, 111 have you
know. And, furthermore, Til betcha
a 30-cent sundae that he can drop Into
any movie. In town right in the middle
of the reel and tell you the name of
the producing company and the prin principal
cipal principal actor. Buffalo Express.
THIS IS THE RED CROSS
CHRISTMAS SEALS GIRL
Sure, That's Him.
Who was the mournful looking man
you were Just talking to 7" Inquired the
"Oh, that there Is our village cutup,n
responded Cy Taters.
"Whadya mean, village cutup? That
fellow looked like a crystalized gob of
gloom to me."
I know it, but he's the surgeon o
this here taoun.
Mr. Justwed Lovey, I wish you'd
sew up this rip in my vest.
His Bride I should have sewed that
up long ago, dearie. It's a shame.
Tve had my fingers in that rip every
night for a week and thought it was a
J. M. McDonald is now the proprie
tor of the Seaboard barbershop, next
to Bitting & Co's. drug store, where
he will be glad to see all his old
friends and customers, and make new
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday at
W. A. Stroud's Oregon, Jonathan,
Ycrk, Imperial and winter banana
Apples; Washington, Clairglau and
California Pears; Emperor. Concord
and Tokay Grapes; lemons, bananas,
grapefruit, cabbage, pecans and cu cucumbers.
cumbers. cucumbers. 6-3t
' Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
St. Petersburg 2:15 am
Tampa-Manatee 1:15 pm
Ttwmpa-St. Petersburg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LITIS RAILROAD
2:12 pm J'cksonYlHe-New York S'ltaan.
1:45 pm. J'konvine-G'iftMvllleS:35 pm.
f :42 am. J'ksonTllU-Q'neavllU 10:11pm.
2:15 am. St. Pet'sbrg-LAkel&nd 2:12 a&x
3:35 pm St. Pet'sburg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am. 'Dunne 11 on-Wilcox ; -t.
7:40 am. Du'nellon-L'keland 11:01pm
5:25 pm. Homosassa ,' li35 pm
J 0:13 pm. Leeaburg- f :42 am
'-45 pm. Gainesville' 11:50 am
Monday. Wedneaday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
.Old Sores, Cuts. Burns. Bruises and
tner skin eruptions .will be
Instantly soothed and rapidly, healed
Keep a bottle near for emergencies.
Ask your dealer for it
'e.A.A.Ue, fn Use the Star's Unclassified Coluaa
Resolution Adopted by the Board of
County Commliiioneri of Marlon
County, Florida, at Their Meeting Meeting-Held
Held Meeting-Held Oetober 14, 1919.
WHEREAS, The Board of County
Conynissioners Of Marion -county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, deem it expedient and to the best
interests of said county to issue the
county -bonds of Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, for the purpose of constructing
paved, macadamized or other hard
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE RESOLVED,
SOLVED, RESOLVED, That this board does hereby
determine by this resolution to be en entered
tered entered in the minutes of said board that
the amount of bonds required for the
purpose above -mentioned is the sum of
One Million, Five Hundred Thousand
($1,500,000) Dollars; that the rate of
interest to be -paid thereon is five per
cent per annum, payable semi-annually,
the first interest payment beint? due
six months after the date of said
bonds; that said bonds shall be dateo
January 1, 1920; that said bonds shall
be in the denomination of One Thou Thousand
sand Thousand Dollars each, and shall become
due and payable as follows:
375 ibonds shall be due and payable
ten years from their date;
375 of said 'bonds shall be due and
payable fifteen years from their date;
750 of said bonds stoall be due and
payable 20 years from their date.
I HEREBY CERTIFY that the fore foregoing
going foregoing Is a true and correct copy of the
resolution which .it purports to be,
adopted by the Board of County Com
missioners of Marion county, at their
session held in the Marion county court
house October 14th, 1919.
WITNESS my hand this October 15th,
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
10-17-8t Clerk of Said Board.
The picture story, "The Lone Star
Ranger," at the Temple last night,
was a good old blood and thunder
story, such as the writer will miss a
meal to see. It had all the thrill of
one of those dear old Deadwood Dick
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Notice is hereby given that in pur
suance of a resolution adopted by the
Board of County Commissioners of
(Marion county. Florida, at their meet
ing this day held, there will be held In
Marion county, Florida, .on the
2nd Day of December, 1910,
an election to determine whether or
not county bonds of Marion county.
(Florida, in the amount of One Million,
Five Hundred Thousand (1,500,000
Dollars shall be issued for the purpose
or the construction or paved, macad macadamized
amized macadamized 7or other hard surfaced high
ways in said county; which bonds shall
be dated January 1. 1920; shall bear
five per cent per annum interest from
their date, interest payable semi semiannually;
annually; semiannually; that the said bonds shall be
of the denomination of One Thousand
Dollars each and become due and pay
able as follows:
375 of said bonds shall be due and
payable ten years from their date:
375 of said bonds shall be due and
payable' fifteen years from their date;
750 of said bonds shall be due and
payable twenty years from their date.
according to the terms of the resom
Dated October 14th. 1919.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSION
ERS OF MjARION COUNTY. FLORIDA.
By O. H. ROGERS, Chairman.
Attest: P. H. NUGENT, Clerk. 17-t
The Star regrets to learn of the
severe illness in Gainesville of Mr.
Everett Clayton. His mother, Mrs.
T. C. Clayton went to Gainesville to
see him today, and will return with
him if he is strong enough to travel,
How about a first class moulded
Fountain Syringe at the low price of
$1.69. Gerig's Drug Store. 1-tf
Mr. J. J. Ergle, a respected old
citizen of Island Grove, came to town
the other day almost blind, but after
an interview with Dr. W. K. Lane
went away rejoicing "and as well able
to see as many other men. Dr. Lane
can enable a man to see as long as
he has any eye left.
The best winter hog and cow pas pasture
ture pasture is rye. rape and oats. At Ocala
Seed Store. 13-tf
After several weeks of dismalness
and lonesomeness in" the Star's busi
ness office, it is again brightened by
the presence of our clever and charm
ins stenog., Miss Alice Bullock. Miss
Alice has been to New York "and eve
rywhere," she says, and had the time
of her life, and we hope she will
have many more times of her life,
but not any more until we get thru
vorrymg with this rag.
Judge E. P. Thomas of Mont&rom
ery, Ala., and Mr. Ecody Thomas of
tvansville, same state, are in the
city, visiting their cousin. Mr. J. M
Thomas, of the Munroe & Chambliss
Bank. Mr. Thomas has taken them
to see the principal attractions of the
country hereabouts, including Silver
Springs, Lake Weir and Fairv Island
grove. The two Alabama gentlemen
are greatly pleased with the country
Fresh mullet and sea trout at the
Delicatessen Market, opposite fire
LOST Black collie dog: had on a
leather collar; answers to name of
"Dick." Reward for return. Notify L
T. Craft, at K. H. Todd Lumber Co
Phone 223. 7-3t
For Tuesday, November 11th, will not
be less than 11 c. for No. 1.
7-2t OCALA STOCKYARDS.
The Most Healthful
arid Economical Drinfe
Made in a moment in
tHe cup, and there's no
Salary and Feet Not Alike.
"Sam, you have very bft feet, now,
"Yes, boss, an I'd have yer know
they're out o all perportlsn t' m In
JOY OF LONELINESS.
Hunter What I like Is to get away
off in the pathless woods, where I am
sure there Is no other human being.
Gunter You enjoy the vast soli solitudes
tudes solitudes of nature?
Hunter No. But I like to feel cer certain
tain certain that I am not going to be mis mistaken
taken mistaken for a deer by some amateui
A Discreet Pessimist,
t am a chronic pessimist,
Mr cares, I can't dispel 'em.
My kicks make such a lengthy Eft,
I'd rather work than tell 'em.
Her Kind of Style.
"Has the young lady next door ta
you much to finish In her piano play
"I should say not. She never stops."
"When you visit at that house they
lust treat you like one of the family."
"How much have they borrowed
Had to Match.
"You were so bright yesterday anl
yon seem so depressed today."
"I had to change my mind to match
ray new blue suit."
The Way of It.
"Jinks tells me he has a very con contradictory
tradictory contradictory role In this new play."
"Yes ; he Is playing a. crooked part
lm a straight drama."
Sure Way to Stop It.
"I am, tired of being a goat."
"Then why don't you stop butting
Fresh mullet and sea trout at the
Delicatessen Market, opposite fire
Facing Changed Conditions.
"Tm looking for employment, sir.
m be frank with you. Tve Just been
released from prison." "Ahem I One
of the model p'risons?" "Yes, sir."
"Well, Tm willing to give you a chance,
but every man we employ is expected
to hustle. If you think you can get
down to hard work and long hours
after the life of elegant leisure you
have doubtless enjoyed In prison, I'll
make a place for you."
Explanation Given Which Explains
Efficacy of 101 Tonic
There are three important ingre
dients in Dr. Williams' 101 Tonic, each
one of which has an important duty
They are Quinine, Iron and Mag Magnesia.
nesia. Magnesia. The quinine in the tonic clears
the blood of all influenza, malaria
or other harmful germs. The iron
builds up the rich, healthy, strength strengthening
ening strengthening blood which puts stamina into
the weakened body, and the magnesia
acts gently on the liver and bowels,
cleaning away the accumulated pois poisons.
ons. poisons. This combination is of known
woxth for the treatment of Colds, La La-Grippe,
Grippe, La-Grippe, Fever, Chills, Influenza and
During last year's influenza epi epidemic
demic epidemic the sales of 101 Tonic increased
over 500 per cent. This is proof a a-plenty
plenty a-plenty of the value of this remedy for
the treatment of "flu." At the first
sign of "flu" or malaria use Dr. Wil Williams'
liams' Williams' 101 Tonic. A 25 and 50-cent
bottle may be procured at your drug
store. Accept no substitutes. Adv. 1
Call In K General City Election fur De
cember Dth, 1910
WHEREAS. The charter of the city
of Ocala and laws of said city enacted
In pursuance of said charter provide
for a general election to oe neui in said
city on the second Tuesday in Decern
ber of the year 1917 and 'bi-ennially
thereafter for the election of officers
of said city: and.
WHEREAS. It Nls provided by said
charter that an election for the office
of mayor and the offices of councilmen
for, the second and fourth wards of said
city shall be held on the second Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday in December of this year; and.
WHEREAS, Pursuant to ordinance
of said city in the premises the city
council of the city of Ocala has passed
a resolution calling upon me as mayor
of said city to issue a proclamation
calling such election, and in such res resolution
olution resolution did name the clerks and Inspec Inspectors
tors Inspectors of such election;
NOW. THEREFORE. By virtue of
the authority reposed in me by law as
mayor of the city of Ocala, and pur pursuant
suant pursuant to the resolution of the city
council aforesaid, I do hereby proclaim
and declare a general election in and
tor the city of Ocala to be held on
TveiMlay, the 0th Day of December, A.
at the regular voting places in said
city, as provided by law, for the offices
of mayor and councilmen for the second
and fourth wards of the city of Ocala,
Florida, and in such election the fol following
lowing following named persons will act as of officers,
ficers, officers, respectively, of such election,
For Rallot Ilex Harked A to L.
Clerk: F. W. Ditto.
Inspectors: H. A. Da vies, Albert O.
Harris?, J no. T. Moore.
For llallot Dox Marked M to Z
Clerk:- E. W. Clements.
Inspetcors: T. D. Lancaster, Jr.. J.
Frank Hall, Franl Gates.
IX WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set my hand as mayor of the
city of Ocala, Florida, this the 5th day
of .November, A. D. 1919.
J. E. CHIACE.
Mayor of the City of Ocala.
Attest: II. C. SLSTRUNK.
(Seal) City Clerk. ll-7-5t frt
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We can furnish you with the J
! HIGH GRADE
J VALENCIA LATE, 7 J
LUE GIM GONG,
J TANGERINE. J
I WARTMANN NURSERY CO I
Beverly Hayes says : "Buy Bed Cross Christmas Seals. They protect
little children from the ravages of tuberculosis. They build a barrier of
health about the workers of the nation. They protect homes your home,
"They spell hope, assurance and hysical and economic rehabilitation t
more than one million people in the United States who have tubercu tuberculosis.
losis. tuberculosis. If you purchase eiiou&h Bed Cross Christmas Seals, the death
rate of this dread plague will be materially reduced. ,
"Last year i50,000 people fell victims of the disease. Twelve thousand
of these were little children. Think f Itl This death toll Is needless. If
we all do our part In the sale this year, next year's death rate will be small smaller.
er. smaller. It will be reduced year by year until eventually tuberculosis has pass passed
ed passed Into the oblivion which has already engulfed smallpox, leprosy and
Bring your car to
laxtcr & Grubbs
for the best and quickest
We repair all makes of
We wash, polish and
pull in cars from any dis distance.
tance. distance. Open 6 a in. to 10 p. m.
Tompkins Stable Comer
We Buy and Sell
Second Hand Cars
Shop Phone 516
Resident Phone 536
II 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.
Ocaila Ice & PacMng Co.
The Star is an advertising medium thru which you can reach Ocala people.
See Me ;
For All Classes 01 :
Stone, Brick, Wood, :
and Concrete Z
j. D. McCasMll j
Conti actor S
Phone' 446. 728 Wenon SL
DR. G. A. EDMISTON
Veterinai Physician and Sarseon
Phone 38 M
Ocala - Florida
Mclyer & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EIIBAIXIERS
PHONES 47. 104. SSS
Are Your Taking Advantage of
.JLi i y ii iLU iLi iiu
OF LAMES' REAPY-TO-WEAK
It not, youare missing a great opportunity, as we are cer certainly
tainly certainly selling these lines, quality for quality, for less than any
store in Ocala. We especially invite the ladies to call and see these
goods and satisfy themselves that we are not making any misrep misrepresentations
resentations misrepresentations either as to QUALITY or PRICE. The
Coatt $uif s,
Presses aiici -SIciFts
we are showing are all of the very latest models and textures,
and if you buy any one of them you will make no mistake, and
you are sure to be dressed up-to-date when you wear them.
J Lu L
?Why Pay More1
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