Weather Forecast: Generally fair
tonight and Saturday, gentle winds,
OGALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 11)20.
VOL. 26, NO. 122
WILL BE VETOED
DOWN THE PRICES
ONLY SMALL IN
WE A ISTAKE
IT AT CITRA
II THIS COUNTY
Members are Asked to Sign Up Sev Several
eral Several New Men Before Tomor Tomorrow
row Tomorrow Night
The members of Marion County
Post No. 1 of the American Legion
responded in fine style to the call of
Post Commander Izlar, and the meet-in-
last night in the Board of Trade
room was largely attended. Two more
days of the nation-wide "push" re remain
main remain today and tomorrow. Every
member of the post who was present
last night, and those who were unable
to attend have been asked to sign up
two or there members before the
"push" closes tomorrow night.
Two handicaps under which the
"push" in this county is being con conducted
ducted conducted are the lack of a satisfactory
list of ex-service men of Marion coun county,
ty, county, and the fact that many of those
who were in the service have moved
since the armistice. Doubtless as
many new service men have come into
the county as have moved out, but
there is no way of finding out who
thes men are unless they happen to be
known to some member of the post cr
will come forward and make them themselves
selves themselves known. It is hoped that all
service men who have recently come
to the county will let it be known
that they were in the service and
ioin Marion countv DOSt. It IS not
necessary that a man have entered
the service from this county, or that
he be a permanent resident of this
county. Transfers from one post to
another can be made. All ex-service
men, therefore, should join the local
post even if they intend to move their
residence later. Every citizen can
assist in the American Legion's
"push" for membership by putting
the post in touch with men who were
in the service.
Tomorrow being Saturday, many of
the ex-service men will probably be
in Ocala, and every one can assist in
getting new members for Marion
counv Dost if they will put to all ex-
service men they see in the city the
question, "Have you joined the Amer
ican Leeion?" The merchants espec
ially can help the "push" greatly by
doing this. The ex-service men can
be referred to any member ot tne
"push" committee, Thomas M. Kil Kil-gore,
gore, Kil-gore, L. T. Izlar, Jack Kassell, Philip
G. Murphy and Clarence C. Meffert,
to any man wearing the American
Legion button, or the Boar dof Trade
room. Application blanks can also
be signed up at the Court Pharmacy,
Arti-Monopoly Drug Store and Bit Bitting
ting Bitting & Co.'s drug store.
Anthony Farms Now Has a Herd of
550 Ewes and Nine Reg Registered
istered Registered Rams
Is Florida destined to become a
great sheep raising state? Mr. E. C.
Beuchler, manager of the Anthony
farms, says that the sheep raising
possibilities of the state are wonder wonderful.
ful. wonderful. The results that have been ob
tained on the Anthony farms give Mr.
Beuchler good basis for his judgment.
He has just sheared 1000 pounds of
wool off of 225 head of Dorset ewes.
and the same ewes this last winter
dropped 240 lambs. The lambs, drop-
ped between December 1 and Christ Christmas,
mas, Christmas, now average 75 pounds in
weight. Mr. Beuchler states that he
is going in for sheep raising on an ex extensive
tensive extensive scale.
Nine registered rams now head the
sheep herd on the Anthony farms; six
Dorsets and three Cheviot. Six of
these rams won first prizes at fairs
in Indiana, Ohio and New York. Mr.
Beuchler has just purchased 207 head
of high grade Shrop-Hampshire ewes
from the Curtis-Bright ranch at Mi Miami.
ami. Miami. There are now 550 head of sheep
on the Anthony farms.
Mr. Beuchler thinks that sheep can
be raised cheaper in Florida than any
place he has been. The sheep on the
Anthony Farms have been fed on no
grain at all. The ewes after lambing
have run on winter pasture of oats
and rye. The rest of the year they
run over the various fields of the
faims. This year Mr. Beuchler ex
pects to have lambs dropped by Octo
ber 15 and to finish lambing by Jan
One of the beautiful sights to be
seen in Marion county in mid-winter
is the herd of ewes and lambs on the
rnllinc preen nastures of the An
Mr. Beuchler says that he has had
a number of his sheep and lambs
killed by dogs. The dog problem is
the most serious that the sheep rais
ers of Florida are confronted with.
LITTLE C. J. CARTER
Sistersville. W. Va., May 21 Three
lfillpH and a number of
others injured as the result of an ex
plosion of nitroglycerine near here.
CONFERENCE IN SESSION
IN NORTH CAROLINA
The death angel has again visited
he town of Dunnellon and removed
one of the fairest buds., when on Fri
day, May 14th, little C. J. Carter, the
two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Carter of Tidewater, breathed
his last at the home of the latter's
A Good Natured Discussion, vnicn
Seemed to be Fully Enjoyed by
a Large Crowd
The county campaign meeting held
at Citra last evening was fairly well
attended, considering that this is a
very busy season with the people of
that thriving community, many of
whom are extensive truck growers.
Th meeting was held in the audi
torium of the public school building,
vhich by the way, is probably the
best arranged in the county. Senator
W. J. Crosby acted as chairman of
the meeting and in a most pleasing
manner introduced the candidates for i
All of the aspirants were present
except Mr. Mayo, candidate for mem member
ber member of the legislature, Mr. Sherouse
for sheriff, and Messrs. Christian and
Thagard, for commissioner of the dis
trict. Each one had his say and was
iriven most earnest attention. All
presented their extraordinarily good
reasons why they should be favored
over their competitors for the various
offices. The speeches of the legisla legislative
tive legislative contingent in group two seemed
to be the center of attraction though,
as there was more or less cross-
The first legislative candidate call called
ed called upon was Mr. Folks, who, upon be being
ing being told that each one was allowed
ten minutes, said that as the time was
short and he might overlook the im important
portant important part of his speech, he wanted
to announce first that he was a can candidate
didate candidate for the legislature. He said
that he had been approached with the
question as to whom he proposed to
Support in the United States sena senatorial
torial senatorial race, and claimed that the sec secret
ret secret ballot allowed every voter the
privilege of doing as he pleased in
these matters, which privilege he pro proposed
posed proposed to exercise, saying, "That's my
business, and not yours." He said
that he had always stood by any
promises made, and stood ready to
Republican Joint Resolution to De Declare
clare Declare the War Over Another Use Useless
less Useless Display of Partisanship
Washington, May 21. The repub republican
lican republican peace resolution was called up in
the House today under a program for
its speedy approval. A veto by the
president is considered certain, and
also the inability of Congress to over override
ride override the veto.
Abstinence of a Large Element from
Articles Not Needed
Chairman Fordney planned to ob obtain
tain obtain through the rules committee leg legislative
islative legislative preference for the soldier re relief
lief relief bill in the House.
COMMISSION APPROVES LOAN
A loan of at least one hundred and
twenty-five million dollars out of the
three hundred million dollar revolv revolving
ing revolving fund to enable the railroads to
purchase equipment required to meet
transportation needs has been approv approved
ed approved by the Interstate Commerce Com Commission.
mission. Commission. IMPOSED ON POOR DANIELS
Secretary Daniels today accused
the Senate naval investigating com committee
mittee committee of going outside the original
controversy over naval awards. He
declared the committee had given Ad Admiral
miral Admiral Sims opportunity to make an
"ostentatious" presentation of nis
charges when it required him to pro produce
duce produce his letter of criticism to the
THE NEW NAVY PAY TABLE
Washington, May 21. The wave cf
price reductions is due to the public's
withdrawal from the markets and to
investigations conducted by the le le-purtment
purtment le-purtment of justice, in the opinion of
Assistant Attorney General Garvan.
An investigation of the pre-conven-tion
campaign expenses and pledges
of both democratic and republican
presidential candidates begins here
LET THEM LOAF
Democratic senators conferred N to today
day today over their attitude towards a re recess
cess recess over the conventions but did not
reach a conclusion.
PRICE OF PROVISIONS
For the Presidential Nomination,
Consequently Few Democratic
Delegates are Instructed
If They Attempt to Parallel Public
Schools With System of
Chicago, May 21. With the demo-
cratie national convention little more
tha na month away, a canvass of the
situation shows that no man has re received
ceived received as many as 100 pledged dele delegates,
gates, delegates, while the uninstructed dele delegates
gates delegates thus far number 587. There
ave 242 delegates yet to be elected.
MOVING IN NEXT MONTH
San Francisco, May 21. George F.
Mera, assistant to Chairman Cum Cum-mings,
mings, Cum-mings, announced today that all mem members
bers members of the arrangements committee
on the democratic national committee
will arrive here during the first ten
days of June.
FOR THE FIREMEN
The navv recruiting station
Ocala has just been notified by wire
that the following pay table goes into
effect and is dated back to Jan. 1 of
Chief petty officers (with a perma-
nrovp it. statements to the contrary, nent appointment, $126 per month;
iW.MtWanHino.. and is anxious to de- chief petty officers (with an acting
bate the question with Mr. Light. The appointment), $99; petty officers, first
"fence or no-fence" proposition Mr. class, $84; petty officers, second class,
Folks said was simply a lot of propa- $72; petty officers, third class, $60;
ganda being foisted by the republi- seamen, $54; seamen, .second class,
.n for th numose of causimr a $48; apprentice seamen, $33; firemen
split in the democratic party, to leave first class, $60; firemen second class,
a gap through which the republicans $54; firemen third class, $48; cabin
r-irlo irfr, nffipp in Florida. steward ana COOKS, 3o; waruiuum
Mr. Blowers said that he would be steward and cooks. $; warrant omc-
dctor' Mrs O. H Williamson, where
"'"M .... .. i i 1. ?A. ..4-
ha wn hrmio-ht to receive medical at- onnosed to a state-wide "no-fence" ers steward and cooks, ov, mesa at
O--- I 'GMT ... 1 r- 1 OACI. 4.QW
law. hut favored one on the local cp- tenaants nrst ciass, maa awi.u-
r T" oo a nailed, was bom I firm ln As to his TlOSltlOn On the antS second Class, 00, me&b dticiiu
V U W I I wi m
Jan. 31. 1918, at the7 home of his constitutional amendment, Mr. Blow- ams imra ciass $oo. iuwwwui
I ... .. I ... i r ill T on 1QOl
-,1vofc Mr nd Mrs. R. J I ors aid he felt like "Uncle BUlV" did Will De in iorce unw juiic ow,
n rs-t CVioIit Rains fh- rtnW child ai.m.t vic eonotnrifll rhnioe he would This is well worth considering,
A. CX J va. KJJ wr
. . m if I r l
and of such a sweet and anecuonaxe
Continue to Sag in a Steadily Increas.
ing Number of Places
Chicago, May 21. Grain and pro-
vision prices tumoied nere today.
Corn broke 7 cents a bushel and
pork fell off $2.05 the barrel.
FELT IN NEW YORK
New York, May 21. The. price rut
ting movement reached some of the
wholesalers here today when mana managers
gers managers and buyers of prominent depart department
ment department stores announced they would
refuse to purchase from jobbers until
substantial reductions were made.
GOOD ADVICE FROM COOLIDGE
Boston, May 21. Saying the fod
reserves of the country are danger dangerously
ously dangerously low. Governor Coolidge today
called on the people of. Masaschusetts
to raise what food they could by gar gardens
dens gardens and otherwise.
Cincinnati, May 21. One fireman
was killed and another seriously in injured
jured injured here today as the result of a
collision between fire apparatus.
Accident in Alabama
Opelika, Ala., May 21. One fire fireman
man fireman was killed and two injured to today
day today when a fire truck dashed against
disposition,, he was almost tne iaoi
of his fond parents' hearts; and loved
by all who knew him. He was m town
with his mother on Saturday night,
vote as he saw fit, and explain to no young men. b igure up your momn s
ne salarv and deduct your expenses irom
Mr. Hunter- who was introduced as it and compare the dirterence wnn ne
"hustlintr. wide-awake man of leg- pay you would receive in the navy ior
islative size," stated that he only en- the same work that you are doing m
May 8th, as well and happy as could tered this race when it seemed that civil life. Come arounu to tne ie ie-be.
be. ie-be. and little did any one dream that no one intended doing so and at the cruiting office and learn more about it
before a week had passed his spirit request o fa number of Ocalans who
would have returned to our Heavenly believed that Ocala was entitled to SHADY
Father, who soared him to the par-1 representation once every ten or
ents for these two short years, but twelve years on the Marion county Shady, May 19. Mr. and Mrs
there he is now, awaiting their com-1 delegation in the legislature. And, George Davis and little son, George
inc where they, too, may rest in the no sooner that he got steady in the jr. were Sunday guests of Mrs.
shadow of his wing. saddle than Light bounced over into Vis' mother, Mrs. ueorge xumer
He was taken sick on Sunday night his group; then "Uncle Billy" also the Edwards farm.
and Tuesday was brought in town, I thought this looked like a good group
but despite the fact that all was done I aiici he entered, to be followed a few
that loviner care could bestow andldavs later by Blowers. "So here we
anxious hearts could do, his little tired I are ;take your choice," said Mr. Hun Hun-spirit
spirit Hun-spirit lingered until Friday about 6:30 1 ar3; take your choice," said Mr. Hun-
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bailey and chil-
dren of Chambliss' crossing, visiteo
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Douglas Sunday
Mr and Mrs. Zeb Freeman and
returned to Heaven I ecenomy in my motto, and that I am May Adams, accompanied by Mr. and
Greensboro. N. C, May 21. The
twentv-third quadrennial conference
of the Methodist Episcopal Protestant
church opened here today with repre representatives
sentatives representatives from 21 states present.
OCALA BOYS GO TO PALATKA
The Ocala high school basebal
team will go to Palatka tomorrow to
play the team of that city, follow
intt is the line-up of the Ocala team
Wyclirre totee w. ofoie I the time to understand, but we must the ablest man for the United States urdav nieht and Sunday with Mr. and
P: ou. ti i,i em;fe I not. miestion. only know that HecPnate. and he nroDosed to vote for Mrs. F. C. Barnes.
I- Lk Ruhfman cf- Ben Borden! wanted this lamb for His own and him; Cary Hardee was the most suit- We regret to .report that Mr. J. T.
S3! KOUk Bunrman, ci, di uulut" I n cnr,xu I a ua ; a xt c IT TTnlland are
if. C anrcro Teak rf I mere ne is tuuajr jlm.w I aoie canuiuam ior guveiuui xiiva j. vrasiwiia ohm
11 I i ii -Srvcrfnllv Irvine forward I u t
. I M III 1 Mil llfllll. IU V kft A A V WW a'wa WIIIIIU VII IVT I 111 111111. VT Uk? VllV I Ifll Lll kJl I
nnnnn,rrrr.m.v xiiTor-w cnrTAT.Itn the comim? of his loved ones for! most able man in the race for the Masters Fletcher and Lynwood
TKtSUUfiium. I .T tt u f;ro r 7 T u ia r V,r o-ranHnarents.
Iwnom ne waits, up ouimvi legislature in group two anu ne wuum i dsiucs yisucu m te 1
we'll understand. vote for him. When he spoke of the Mr. and Mrs. Little, last week-end.
a "silver tea" on Monday afternoon The body, accompanied by the sor- immense amounts spent by the plant We are requested to announce i a
from 4:3U to o:ou aw : A v: a i i,..' r 7 A, r nt fhe fifth
u.. yt a Waterman. Members and Mrs. KODen uner, ws wuppcu I Mr. rl. L. wartmann, a memDer oi tne cnurun on me iiwnw ---
iVira. XX. XX I fci i. ln.1. ... j. i il o J All .Vvc nrrrari tn he
fritnd cordially invited. The gen- waycross, ua., wnere inwrmcuw wwn- board oi control, arose irom nis seat ounuay. ah uicmuo ifc-
u,an ore esneciallv asked to attend, place. in the audience and asked him some present.
w x I 1
A precious one xroxn us
Editor Star: Not that I would pre presume
sume presume to dictate to our city council
rabout the course of the- state-highway
thorugh the city, but prompted oy
the old adage, in the multitude cf
council there is wisdom or safety, I
believe the council will gladly do what
is accepted as the best for the town
and the traveling public.
I most heartily endorse the letter
of Judge Bullock in yesterday's Star,
which pointed out the dangers of the
state hiehwav meandering through
the narrow, congested streets of the
town, by the hotels and churches.
I am heartily in favor of the hign hign-way
way hign-way going from the northern bound boundary
ary boundary of the town south on Magnolia
street to the intersection of Eighth
street, east by our public school build building
ing building on Eighth, street to the Lake Weir
avenue, thence south to southern
boundary of the town. If I am not
mistaken this would not conflict with
the streets already named by the city
council to be paved and I am quite
sure it would avoid much danger from
directing strangers to travel through
nairow, congested streets.
R. F. Rogers.
Editor Star: I read the article
about the "Route of the Dixie High Highway
way Highway Through the City." I think if it
would run south on Magnolia street to
The council met in regular session
at 8 p. m. May 18, 1920, at city hall
with all members present. Meeting
called to order by the president. Min Minutes
utes Minutes of last regular meeting read and
approved as recorded.
Communication from C. L. Gamsby
in regard to damages to his residence
No. J04 Winona street, caused by a
tree falling and enclosing bill for
$10.02 was read and matter postponed
till next meeting for investigation
upon motion of Mr. Goldman.
Miss Jefferson Bell requested per
mission to have the row of oaks on
Watula street adjacent the Bell prop
ertv trimmed or topped. Mr. Goldman
moved that Miss Bell be granted the
privilege of trimming- said trees,
same to be under the supervision of
the department of public health.
City Manager McKenzie submitted
regular monthly report for the light.
water, street and sanitary depart
ments for the month of April, which
was read and accepted upon motion
of Mr. Goldman.
Bills approved were ordered paid.
Upon motion of Councilman Sim
mons, duly carried, it was ordered
that the insurance on the old electric
light plant and contents be eliminated
from the city's schedule of insurance
and that policies be re-written
The election of a chief of police
was postponed upon motion duly aec
or.ded and carried.
Upon motion of Councilman Winer,
duly carried, E. Raymond was elected
chief of the fire department for the
An ordinance regulating the wiring
of buildings for electricity in the city
of Ocala and imposing a penalty for
the violation of such regulations, was
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule ngures pud pud-lished
lished pud-lished as information and not guar
Eastern Standard Time)
cRAROARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:15 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
A voice we loved is stilled;
A place is vacant in this home,
Which never can be hlled."
MARTIAL LAW IN MADRID
questions, which injected some pap mere win De a commune
have been on the church grounas nere on
29th of this month. Everybody is cor-
( Associated Press)
Madrid. May 21. Martial law has
been proclaimed here as a result of
READING THE REPORTS
into the meeting. (We
promised some information on this
Mr. Crosby announced the candi
dacy of Mr. Frank Harris of the Ban Banner
ner Banner for member of the national demo
cratic convention and urged every
voter to cast a -vote for him.
Announcement was also made that
diallv invited to come and bring well
filled baskets and enjoy the day. All
of the candidates are invited to come
The church is on Orange avenue about
one mile south of the S. R. Pyles
Rev. C. W. White of Ocala will
where from Fort King to H,ightn
street. L for one, will be glad when
our streets are paved, for the lime
dust is almost unbearable, especially
when a couple of hands from a garage
try out some pieces of cars they are
repairing, and race down the street at
such a terrific speed that it wouia not
be safe for a car to meet them from
a side street. A Sufferer.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
DesMoines, la., May 21. The es
tablishment of a religious educational
system that will parallel. the public
school system is planned in the report
of the Sunday schools committee to
he general conference of the North
ern Methodist church.
BIG SUPPLY OF BOOZE
Federal Officials Hunting in Chicagy
Chicago, May 21. Federal prohi
bition officers are searching for a
warehouse believed to contain a mill
ion dollar whisky supply. Seven men
were arrested in raids which the of
ficers declared disclosed hundreds of
illegal whisky sales.
LIBERTY AND VICTORY
BONDS GOING UP
New York, May 21. Heavy buying
of liberty bonds and victory notes in
the first hour of trading on the stock
exchange today resulted in many sub substantial
stantial substantial recoveries in those issues.
Spartanburg, S. C, May 21. The
Southern Textile Association conven
ed here today with 200 delegates pres
STRIKE WAS SHORT
Chicago, May 21. Five thousand
city employes who were on strike
have returned to work.
MATEWAN HAS TO
BE HELD DOWN
Matewan, W. Va., May 21. Addi Additional
tional Additional state troops are expected here
to augment the deputy sheriffs and
constabulary on duty since the battle
between citizens and private detec
tives which resulted in the death of
ten. County authorities announced
today they were gathering evidence
for an inquiry.
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
R. A. M. CHAPTER No. 13
4:25 pm Tampa-St Ptersbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST L1INE K. K.
I -va Arrive
9. r 1 'A nm JarksonvilleNYork 3:15 am
McKenzie, Tenn., May 22. Reports
3:35 pm I of boards and committees was the
main business before the cumheriana
2:15 am Presbyterian general assembly today.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 d. m. every sec-
1:45 nm Jksonville-Gainsville Jcctopmi ..j fftrjrt Fridav. Visitmsr sov
S:f?amisn a" always welcome.
3:18 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 aim
3:35 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7 :iu am. 'uunnenon- wncox
7:2oam Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:1 3pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
The most popular in the city
EVERWEAR Hosiery. Fishel's. 20-4t
J. C. Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
Quality Silks and Lisles in the
popular EVERWEAR HOSIERY, at
FISHEL'S. .... zu-
Almond Cream 35 cents the bottle.
two bottles for 36 cents, at Ceng's
Onp Ont Sale. June 9. 10 and 11. tf
a picnic and speaking would take I preach bunday auernoon
place at Sparr next Wednesday, to o clock.
which everybody is invited.
It was nearly "midnight when the Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
meeting adjourned, but all seemed to ; Clothing & Shoe Company. Every-
enjoy it, and only await another in- thing we sell is guaranteed, were
vitation to go to Citra. 1 fighting for QUALITY not prices. If
Regular convocations of the Ocala
- m m .a
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M., on the fourth
Fridav in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
Personal assessment of R. L.Car L.Car-ter
ter L.Car-ter reduced from $800 to $650.
Request of W. W. Clyatt for reduc reduction
tion reduction in personal assessment not grant granted.
ed. granted. The council proceeded to canvass
the returns of the special election
held in and for said city on. the 11th
day of May, 1920, and declared the
election carried in favor of issuing
bonds not to exceed $50,000 for the
purpose of paying part of the cost of
grading, curbing and paving certain
streets or 'portions of streets in the
city of Ocala.
Councilman Thomas moved that
city attorney proced to take neces necessary
sary necessary steps to have the bonds validat validated.
ed. validated. Motion was seconded and car-
returned by the head of the depart- ried.
ment of justice, approved, placed upon Manager McKenzie was authorized
second reading,, read and adopted by to sell the motorcycle belonging to
sections, placed upon third and final the city for $50 upon installment
reading, read by title and adopted payments.
upon roll call, all members voting yea. Clerk was instructed to write the
Councilman Goldman, as cKairraan s. A. L. By. officials or C. A. Harris,
of special committee to investigate agent, to have the roadmaster here
the claim of Oscar Johnson reconi- to meet with the council at next
mended that the city pay the said meeting in order to arrange to have
Johnson $75 in full settlement against crossing on West Broadway made
the city for cow killed by high tension gafe for the public,
wire. It was so ordered. It was moved and carried that spec-
Request of F. R. Hocker as attor- ial police bills be drawn as soon as
ney for E. H. Mote asking for reduc- game had been properly approved. So
tion in lot 63 Caldwell's addition was ordered.
considered and same ordered reduced it was the sense of the council that
from $2500 to $17500. I the ordinance governing speed of au-
Request of Ollie Mordis for reduc-1 tomobiles in the city be enforced by
tion in personal property not granted, the police authorities.
Personal properly oi ivnigm ot i Councilman Simmons moved that a
Lang reduced from $1000 to $500. l-notive be inserted in the Times-Union-
Property of Mrs. William Anderson I and Tamna Tribune, three issues, one
in lot 44 Caldwell's addition reduced j jssue to include Sunday, for the pur pur-f
f pur-f rom $2000 to $1400. I pose of securing the services of an
Reqeust of Mrs. William Anderson engineer, the council to consider mat-
for deduction in valuation of the east iter of employing engineer at first
nan oi lot wiuwen b iuihu meeung in June.
granted. I The council thereupon adjourned
Personal property of R. C. Camp j till next regular meeting.
reduced from $6000 to $5000. :
Commence 90 f t w of se cor of lot MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
47 Caldwell's add n 226 ft w 150 ft :
c 226 ft e 150 ft, property of H. W.
Henry reduced from $7000 to $60000.
The price on the 18-room house to
day is $2160. l-tf
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Request of Mrs. T. C. Carter for
reduction in personal property not
Request of Tydings & Co. for reduc
tion in personal property not grant
Personal assessment of Rheinauer
& Co. reduced from $30,000 to $28,000.
Assessment of R. McConathy re-
ESSEX STUPES AMER.
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
A. L. Lucas, W. M.
f I m mm AAA fr.
erty of Sara Uom, reduced irom zvw
w to $1500.
Petition of Aquilla Scott for reduc
tion in valuation of lot 4 block 33 and
lot 1 of block 28 O. S. Ocala not?
Lot B of block 2 Ditto's revised
plat, property of Mittie Ducket, re reduced
duced reduced from $300 to $200.
Request of Como Massey for reduc
tion in valuation of property in lot
Ca,dwel,'s add caIa not ted- !b GoldW'
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the old Star office building at 7:30 p.
n. A warm welcome always extended
o visiting brothers.
C. W. Moremen, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
Any color you like in th popular
EVERWEAR Hosiery. Fishel's. 20r4t
One thousand men are wanted at
once to bring their families to the big
j Closing Out Sale now in full blast &t
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, MAT 21, 1920
OCA LA EVEIIHIG STAB
Published Kvfry Day Exeept Sunday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY.,
abolished. If we told you his name
you would know which had his pref-ence.
ALSO MAKES A DIFFERENCE
WHOSE CHICKEN IS PICKED
Editor Star: A farmer came to a
neighboring lawyer, expressing great
concern for an accident he said had
just occurred. "One of your oxen
has been gored by an unlucky bull of
mine and I shall be glad to know how
I am to make you reparation."
"Thou art a very honest fellow,"
.Five-oe I rpnlied the lawver. "and wilt rot
Two-Seven I ,f ., ... T
Flve-Oae I -ninf ll urireasunauie tnau cajjch
one of your oxen in return?
MKMHKit associated PRESS I "it is no more man justice, quam
The Associated Press is exclusively i the farmer, "to be sure: but wnat aid
I say? 1 mistake; it is your bull that
has killed one of my oxen."
"Indeed," said the lawyer, "that
alters the case."
With us humans, it seems, as at all
times "circumstances alter cases."
Only a few years ago when the cost
R. It. Carroll,' IreIdent
P. V. UavfBKmxl, Seeretary-Treamirer
J. II. Ilenjamln, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as
Editorial Department .
entitled for the use for republication of
all news dispatches credited to it or
not otherwise cred'ted in this paper and
also the local news published herein.
All rights of republication of special
dispatches herein are also reserved.
MISS PORTERS PIANO RECITAL t Commencing at the Flemington andlPSSIIE
Ivureka public road, running south be g
Tnursday evening at the Baptist ; tween sections 7 18 19 and 20 Tp 13 R B
church Miss Porter received her 1 22, a distance of two miles and the
friends and aided by her music pupils following committee was appoitned to I
DOMESTIC SUBSCRIPTION BATES
One year, in advance
tiiv mnnth in aHvartOA ......... 3.00
Three months, in advance 1.50 j0f building, maintaining and keeping
One month, in advance
Displays Plate 15 cents per inch for
consecutive insertions. 'Alternate inser
tions 25 per cent additional, composi
in repair and painting the fences
within the corporate limits of the
cicy were shown to be so great and
so totally disproportionate to the
i a. i a ii a : i. l
tlon charges on ads. that run less than v.
six times 5 cents per inch. Special town that city fencing was almost
Zli204 hCfnamumi0ntissRtahan abandoned. Often, behind an old,
based on 4-inch minimum. Liens man
four inches will take higher rate, halt tumbled down fence and rotten
whJlch will be furnished upon applica- postg wag ft beautiful home, fragrant
Heading N'otieeai 5 cents per line for flowers and green lawn, and when the
illSLl veAJlneJcl old fence was torn away added much
week allowed on readers without extra I to the beauty of the City.
Legal advertisements at legal rates.
it was a
True, the cows and some old sows
with their litter of pigs would make
rightly visits and the next morning
. J:J u i the yards would look like the terri
ine people oi ucaia am "" v around No Man's Land. Then
injustice the other night when they mmcher came in
CALKINS AND ANGLE
did not come out to hear Jas. D. Cal- for hig share of abuge &nd want of
kins, candidate lor J10,1":"1' attention. Yes. some prominent citi
maKe an auuress. ix. vx""a
man who in the rush and crush of
latterday politics has not forgotten
tne art oi oratory. xie. "-MThey got by with itno one bothered
a man well nosted on the affairs oil., i v : 4.1
his state, of the nation, and one whom I
zens went so far as to use shot and
gun powder and some nice shoats
were killed for rooting up the lawn
it is a pleasure to hear.
Mr. Calkins is a real
entertained them by an exceptionallv
splendid program. It has been said,
and rightly so, that Ocala holds more
talent musically and otherwise than
any city of its size in the state, and
that the springtime within her bor borders
ders borders could be rightly termed a fes festival
tival festival of melodiy.
For this special occasion the church
was artistically decorated in white
and green. Easter lilies in the great-
view and mark out the best and most
practical route for said road, to-wit: j
C. H. Luffman, T. J. McQuai' and H. p
D. Grantham. f
Petition was presented signed by :Q J
names asking that road be granted H
upon the half section line running X
and S through section 29 Tp 13 R 22,
to connect with the Lowell and Spair
road, and the following committee was g
appointed to view and mark out the i H
est profusion were the onlv flowers, i hpst m? mnct
Tl a. i i i
xae were imerxwinea wun aspar- road: Walter Luffman, E. L. Rik
agus piumosa and on the altar rails and A. J. Sterhpn
Mr. Cow Puncher got busy and it
was not long before the town was
practically free from stock running
iuectea dv tne peopie ux xau w i 1 annaa t,Q0 rtf uaan
the highest office in their gift, the one rebui,t ft lookg ag tfc haye
which has the most influence for their tQ be rebuUt d stronger and
county and all the state his record in h her tf u farming con con-the
the con-the legislature shows that he is fully tinuef in the c0 ate limits and
worthy and appreciative of the honor. thoge persons engaged therein are not
He serves for honor alone, for every ro-rorl in haw anv ftknna tn rnnAunt
time he goes into a campaign he has guch busineM and let their chicks
to refuse many cases, any one of on their ne hborg, vegetables
which would pay him more than his and flowers ho and caUle
sixty days at Tallahassee. aro fVlA nmmA nnH sftTyip.
Mr. Calkins is an excellent lawyer,
one of the best in Florida. If he is
times shot for coming on the lawn,
chickens have the run of the streets
hl.e,ehlV"ISL0t hr! 1 and any man's landa, and nothing is
win ue wen uitciiueu W. lie may
in time aspire to another office, but
he will never neglect the affairs of!
the state to forward his own ends.
As in the state senate, honor and
done by the city. Instead of gun gunpowder
powder gunpowder and leaden bullets, let us tiy
a sling-shot or a brick-bat. Brick Brickbats
bats Brickbats won't do for women cannot
"chunk" rocks. What is to be done
weie lighted candles shedding a soft
glow throughout the auditorium. The j
selections for the evening's entertain- i
ment were confined strictly to the
work of modern composers, and with
few exceptions they are living today.
Each number on the program was
beautifully rendered, and if it were
possible special mention would be
made of every one.
Miss Porter exercises a magnetic
influence cer her pupils and her ac accomplishments,
complishments, accomplishments, musically, in this, her
home city, have been marvelous. The
recital of Thursday evening will long!
be remembered as one of the happiest
of recent years. The programs print printed
ed printed on dainty white folders were very
neat and pretty, and each number
was listened to with keen interest
by the large audience. The selections
were as follows:
Agnus Dei (Concone): Glee Club.
School March (Streabog): Jessie
Boat Song (Kern): India Smith.
Valse (Spindler) Martha Preer.
Duet (Lebierre): Webster Gillen
and H. M. Baxter.
Tarantella (Beaumont): Dorothy
Wild Flowers (Kern): Fanita Cobb.
At Sorrento (Beaumont): H. M.
Gypsy Dance (Bohm): Faye Fagin.
Second Valse (Godard) Adelade
Narcissus (Nevin): Gertrude Mayo.
Male quartet (Bond): James Mel
ton, tenor; Robert Rogers, second
tenor; Robert Blake, baritone; Nat
Salterella Caprice (Lack): Webster
Polish Dance (Scharwenka) : Ruth
A Love Song (Nevin): Elisabeth
Hungarian Medley (Alfoldy) Chris
Concert Valse (Holtz): Elisabeth
Bennett and Ruth Chaffee.
Chorus (selected): Glee Club.
clean work for his state will take first l.th thoge chikeTls that take to that
place with him.
It is impossible for anybody to dis dislike
like dislike Allie Angle, candidate for con controller.
troller. controller. Allie is the original hard hard-luck
luck hard-luck child before he had been born
an hour a jinx had snuggled down in
his cradle, and has been his partner
ever since. Allie has ever arid meri-
good lady's yard when she goes to her
work in the morning and spends most
of the day away from home making a
living, while her neighbors' chickens
are scratching everything up that it
took her a long time to get started?
When a man buys a lot of stable
manure, clears off his ground and be
tween labor hours spades it in and
loriousiy iriea to snaKe tnai jinx, anu d hig m0 for fine flower
has hopes that the storm of shot and bulbg and flower seedgj he cannot feel
snen on tne western ironx; scarea k well to come home and see the whole
away. The war is the one thing Al- scattered and up and chickens
he has so far not let get away from cackling over the worms found in the
him. When Allie heard there was a groun(L Nor the other fellow who
war, he said to ms nearest iriends, ha. lanted a few rows of tomatoes
"I'll bet it stops oeiore 1 can get mw nv ,0ffiu(l nr hpnna t heln feed his
it," and hotfooted for a train. They yife and children and battle against
say he stumped his toe. fell down and the H c of L to see the first of his
rolled over five times before he geed that dare to peep up above the
brought up against a stump. But he ground scratched up by the old hen
caught the tram and he caught the fop her Httle biddies.
war, and didn't let it get away from Building and keeping in repair a
Wm . few fences sufficient to keep the eld
Allie Captain Angle was m the hen and her brood from destroying
service of supply. Some ignorant the other feuows itle vegetables and
people make fun of the service of sup- flowers would pay f or an the chickens
ply. because so many of the boys in in town wm the peopie have to re re-it
it re-it were in the base ports and depots, h-M fhp fps or shall noultrv rais-
1 1 1 A 1 A 11 I
ana way DacK on mis siae irunai- : AiA xirtViin nifv?
, I lllg UC U10V.U1I tlliuvu ntuiui J
mg irucit. auu puuiiuiii
writers when they would rather
have been going over the top or shov shoving
ing shoving shells into the maws of the can-
o KnV r, nn thp fmr,f tnn- r. Conner, May 19. Lucian Manning
rying ammunition and grub to the J" Hastings, where he will
very front lines. And Fritz's .shells e employed for several months har-
H hnmh frnm his nUn fAll smnnv 1 vcshiik putawca.
them, and one of the easiest to hit
nmnni, 4-Vi oyvi xxroa Pont A Ilia Artfylo
v, ko I Baptist church last Sunday.
Jffi, v,i, fLo oJ Wifh E. O. Powell, manager of the Lynne
A Puzzled Citizen.
O. H. Rogers and family of Ocala
attended services at the Oklawaha
that jolly smile of his. You may Te Te-member
member Te-member that Allie didn't have to go
into that war. He was over the age
limit. But he thought it was probab
ly the only war he would get a chance
Turpentine company, made a business
trip to Gainesville Friday.
. Rev. Gus Padgett of Fort McCoy
filled his regular appointment at the
Oklawaha Baptist church last Sun
lj bite kjaaaj ui iiv nvuiu Evl A .uaii.c j
v, AiAr 14. day. preaching morning and evening.
him. There is no fake about that Mrs. C. H. Mills of Pernne, is the
shabby old uniform of his. It has guest for several weeks of her par par-been
been par-been covered with Verdun mud and en, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Manning,
so full of smoke from the rifles and Misses Wynona Randall of Conner
cannon that even the cooties came out and Alleyne Rogers of Ocala, were
j.1 iweeK-ena cuesis oi xuiss iuauua
uii Liic rscain nau.
'TVio Qfr icn cinnftinn A Ilia Powell
promised its vote to Mr. Amos, but
if there were three men in the race
Captain Angle should have its second
choice. As it is, we wish the office of
Mrs. Geo. H. Elkins of Ocala was
a recent visitor to her daughter, Mrs.
J. N. Stevens.
Messrs. O. H. and Jno. R. Rogers,
controller was twins, so Capt. Allie prominent business men of Ocala,
Angle could be the youngest of them.
It is understood that the high
school building will be repaired this
summer. We hope the work will be
were looking after business interests
in the vicinity Monday.
A. Minchew, former lumber dealer
of this county, was here Monday with
a Dartv of friends en route to Salt
f A. 1 A 1 4. I '-'l"
given ui uae ux uur iiume men. Aimuat n Tlinrda v r-nntrpnial nnrtv pn-
all our public work has been given
to outsiders, and almost all of it has
ioyed a picnic on Lake Eden. A do
lierhtful day was spent in fishing cud
cutting a "bee tree.
Ocala, Fla., May 4, 1920.
The board of county commissioners
met in regular session with all mem members
bers members present. 4
A delegation of citizens and prop property
erty property owners appeared and discussed
the suggested changes in the routing
of the Dixie Highway in the vicinity
of Orange Lake and the board assur assured
ed assured the delegation that it is the desire
of the board that the Dixie Highway
shall remain on its present routing
and that they will do all in their pow power
er power to have same remain as near as
practicable on its present routing.
The board recommended to the con controller
troller controller that he allow W. T. Gary as
agency for Mrs. W. D. Turnley to re redeem
deem redeem southwest quarter of block
bounded south by 6th St. east by Pond
St., Ocala, omitting payment of taxes
011 same for the years 1910, 1911,
1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1918, on
account of said lot being erroneously
assessed for these years and taxes
having been paid on said lot as erron
Bills rendered by Mclver & Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay for burial of Tom Johnson and
Tom Hampton were ordered returned
as being unauthorized.
Communication from Mr. J. B. Hall
et al of Orange Springs concerning
the roads in that vicinity being injur
ed by log carts were ordered turned
over to county attorney with instruc instructors
tors instructors to take the necessary steps to
stop said log carts injuring road.
Draft was ordered drawn on the
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank,
favor Wm. A. Sessoms in amount of
$200 for services as county demon demonstration
stration demonstration agent for month of April.
The board recommended to the con controller
troller controller that he allow redemption of
southwest quarter of southwest quar quarter
ter quarter S 27 and southeast quarter of
southeast quarter S 28 T 14 S R 21
E ,at valuation of $100 for each forty
Courtney Young was ordered plac placed
ed placed upon the pauper list at $5 per
Mr. J. A. Snelling called and pre presented
sented presented a petition objecting to road
near Lowell on route petitioned for
at last meeting and was referred to
committee appointed to view and
mark out same.
Attorney L. N. Green appeared and
discussed matter of prosecuting trie
Mr. Ernest Lee called in connection
with the right of way of Dixie High Highway
way Highway through his land.
Petition was presented, signed by
36 names asking that public road be
gi anted upon the following route:
Committee appointed to view nd
mark out road in Kendrick commu- J
nity recommended the following B
route: Commence on public road on
section line between sections 34 and B
27 Tp 14 R 21 E, thence running east E
one-half mile, thence north on section H
line between sections 27 and 2G, one- g
quarter mile, thence east on quarter g
section line one-quarter mile, thence H
north on quarter section line one-half j
mile, east on quarter section line to
Kendrick in Tp 14 R 21 E, which re- ;
port was accepted by the board and
road ordered posted for opening. j S
Communication from J. Rexwinkle'
was received and read. iH
It was ordered that $3000 be trans- i N
feired from contineencv account to'g
free labor in the road fund and direct- g
ed the clerk to write the comptroller H
and ask that the approve said transfer.
Warrant was ordered drawn on the
road fund favor Paul Metz in amount
of $15 for acre of land.
The board appointed O. H. Rogers,
E. H. Martin and P. H. Nugent a
committee to compile the ballots and
have charge of all matters pertaining
to getting ballot boxes in proper or order
der order and to polling places for primary
election to be held June 8, 1920.
The board in conference with the
county attorney determined the days
upon which certain steps should Le
taken by candidates in order to qu il-
ify for the primary election to be held
June 9, 1920, as follows:
First statement to be filed between
the 9th and 11th day of May, 1920,
both dates inclusive; second state statement
ment statement to be filed betwen the 27th and
31st day of May, 1920, both dates in inclusive;
clusive; inclusive; third statement to be filed
between the 9th and 18th day of
June, 1920, both dates inclusive.
Oath, receipt for committee assess assessment
ment assessment and payment of filing fee, on cr
before the 19th day of May, 1920. and
the board ordered that the same be
Warrant was ordered drawn on
eneral fund favor J. L. Grantham in
amount of 65 cents for relief of
Warrant was ordered drawn on the
outstanding indebtedness fun favor, g
the Munroe. & Chambliss Bank :njH
amount of $150 to retire coupon No. !f
1 on outtsanding indebtedness war-jg
rant No. 2. j
William Mosley being reported dead M
was ordered stricken from pauper
Board ordered that general fund
warrants Nos. 9117, 9160, 9163, 9181,
dated Dec. 22, 1919, No. 9371. dated
Feb. 3, 1920, Nos. 9493, 9494 dated
March 2, 1920 and No. 9662 dated
April 6, 1920, in amount of $2 each
Peggy Davis being reported moved,
was ordered stricken from pauper
Thereupon the board proceeded to
appoint inspectors and clerks of the
primary election to be held June 8th,
1920. (See advertisement elsewhere).
It was thereupon ordered that the
names of the said inspectors ?nd
clerks of election be published in
newspaper published in the county,
at least fifteen days before the day rf
election, and the clerk of said board
was instructed to see that proDer
publication oe made as required by
the above order.
The county depository, county
judge, sheriff, tax collector, justices
of the peace and inspetcors of marks
and brands filed reports.
Commissioner Davis filed commu communication
nication communication from the state road depart department,
ment, department, granting authority to the board
to continue maintenance of the Dixie
Highway in commissioner's district
No. 3 of this county, dated said work
from March 24th, 1920, under the old
arrangement between the department
and this board, paying for said work
from the state aid road fund.
The following warrants were order ordered
ed ordered drawn to cover bills duly examin
ed passed and ordered paid, to-wit:
General fund $2,347.30; fine and for forfeiture
feiture forfeiture fund $476.22; road fund $3, $3,-150.24;
150.24; $3,-150.24; state aid road fund $444.12;
U. S. appropriation road fund $620.21;
outstanding indebtedness fund $150
There being no further business
the board adjourned.
O. H. Rogers, Chairman.
Attest: P. H. Nugent, Clerk, by T.
D. Lancaster Jr., Deputy.
The following notary public bonds
were approved: Rebecca C. Williams,
Pearl Anderson and E. S. French.
Ninety day and old 'ashion velvet
beans, chufas. cow peas and sorghum
seed. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf
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A name that means style
NpO other name in the clothing world means
style so spontaneously as Society Brand.
Not only are they authoritative in style but
proportioned to fit all types of men without
tedious measurings and fittings.
FOR YOUNG MEN AND MEN WHO STAY YOUNG
They express alertness and are made to retain
their stylish lines until the very fabric wears
out. Always alUwdol.
Besides our Society Brand Clothes
for men and boys we carry a complete
line of High Grade Shoes for men and
women, Silk Shirts, Hosiery, Neckwear,
Trunks, Suitcases and Hand Bags.
Be sure to enlist in the American
Legion if you are eligible.
(Guarantee CM toii& Sitae Co.
Y. M. B. O. D.
The price on the 18-room house to-
day is $2160. 21-tf
One thousand men are wanted at
once to bring their families to the big
Cicsing Out Sale now in full blast at
B. Goldman's. 19-3t
the time to get your dry
good.-: and ho-s while the big Closing
Out S'aic is in progress. It will be a
hi,- saving to uy now. B. Goldman. 3t
ronular in the city
Hosiery. Fiihel's. 20-4t
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist eed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 43f. tf
Bead the ads. They'll save you coin.
The followin g
were in attendance: T. L. Randall and
We hear that the state fish com- famiiv, O. II. Rogers and family. K.
missioner, another costly and super- q. Powell, wifj and dai2htr. J V.'.j
fluous official, has gone back on Catts, Randall and wife, Gecree Ramhili.i
for whom he worked in 191C, and whoKjjcS Wvnona Kandail. Halden -1
rewarded him with the office. kins and famiiv and Mr. Wilson and
family and Grandma Perkins.
Mr. W. J. Roebuck, candidate for P. T. Randall, candidate for county
r;iiroad commissioner, who was in commissioner from the fourth dis dis-town
town dis-town a few days ago, seems to have trict, was a visitor to the county seat
made a good many friends while here, yesterday.
The members of our hieh school I O. H. S. ANNUALS
baseball team expect to go to Palat-
ka tomorrow to play the high school I Grammar school students, particu-
team of that city. The Palatka team j larly the eighth grade, are advised
was to have played a game with our that the O. H. S. annuals are now on
boys last Saturday,1 but their prin- sale. All wishing to purchase will
cipal, we are told, interferred. Our assemble in the eighth grade room on
high school cut-up, on leing told of Monday morning at 10 o'clock. Price
this, said that either high school prin- of the annual is $1.50.
cipals or baseball would have to be 20-3t Business Manager.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1920
lilies effectively placed in large flat
( baskets on prettily appointed tables,
. and likewise all over the house hall,
parlor, den and dining room. Espec Especially
ially Especially attractive was the dining room.
Upon the handsome dining room table
cover stood in the center a -huge py pyramid
ramid pyramid of Easter lilies which was en enthusiastically
thusiastically enthusiastically admired.
Those serving cream and cake to
the guests in the dining room were
thvee of Ocala's prettiest and sweet
sionary society an da few others.
Mrs. Walters, one of the circle's
most conscientious workers, received
the guests informally at the front
doer, after which ?kc- other hostesses
directed the guests throughout the
entire rooms of the lower floor, mak making
ing making the occasion a most perfect at
home affair for every one.
Mrs. Walters' "home at all time
one of the mo: attractive and invit inviting
ing inviting homes in the city, was resplendant
in its decorations of Easter lilies.
O.i the front porch there were Easter
little Misses Lucile Home and Lu Lu-cretia
cretia Lu-cretia Hocker added much enjoyment
to the afternoon by keeping the vic vic-trola
trola vic-trola busy with many beautiful se selections.
lections. selections. Another treat was the read reading
ing reading by Mattie Belle Cameron.
This tea besides giving much pleas pleasure
ure pleasure to the many callers, both men
and women, was a great success fi financially.
nancially. financially. A collection of over S50
was realized, which goes toward the
building fund of the Methodist church
which the members hope to enlarge
an an early date.
There have been this spring several
Easter lily parties which very deserv deservedly
edly deservedly were commented upon for their
loveliness which could not be excelled,
and one of them was the silver .ea
Wednesday afternoon from 4:30 to
;:.'J0 o'clock at the residence of Mrs.
Hairy Walters on Oklawaha avenue,
at which circle No. 1 of the Metho-d'.-t
church was the hostess and invit invited
ed invited to assist them in entertaining the
callers were the ladies of the mis
If you have any society items,
Mr. G. T. Maughs is a business vis visitor
itor visitor to Jacksonville.
Mrs. D. R. Connor returned yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon from a delightful two two-months'
months' two-months' visit with relatives in Geor Georgia.
gia. Georgia. Mrs. Annie Akin returned home
yesterday afternoon from a pleasant
visit to friends and relatives at
est girls, Misses Sue Moore, Rhoda
Thomas and Ellen Stripling, and also
The price on the 18-room house to-
J j day is $2160.
Miss Ella Mendenhall of Leesburg
will arrive in the city this afternoon
to spend the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac Stevens.
Mr. John Bouvier's many friends
will be glad to learn that he will ar arrive
rive arrive in the city this afternoon for a
several days' visit.
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In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KA VANAUGII
HUNTER'S AUTO EXCHANGE
ss firm, -.3.7 -7-'y'
WE PAINT AUTO TRUCKS
in the-same skilful and careful
manner as we do pleasure cars,
and you should not neglect your
trucks in this erspect. Besides
the improved appearance, which
adds prestige and the look of
prosperity to your business,
painting protects the truck and
prolongs its life actually adds
to its value.
TOPS New, covered, patched and coated with a patent wax paste
that makes old tops absolutely waterproof.
MINTING Autos painted, striped and finished in the best of
UPHOLSTERING We are prepared to give you satisfactory ser service
vice service in upholstering backs, seats or cushions.
TIMES, TUBES, GAS and OILS
LET US REPAIR, PAINT AND UPHOLSTER YOUR CAR, SO
YOU CAN ENJOY IT YOURSELF OR SELL TO ADVANTAGE.
Mr. M. M. Little will return this
afternoon from Jacksonville, where
he has been for the past two days at attending
tending attending to business.
Now is the time to get your dry
goods and shoes while the big Closing
Out Sale is in progress. It will be a
big saving to buy now. B. Goldman. 3t
Mr. Julian R. Bullock is a visitor
in the city for a couple of days en
route to points north from a business
visit down the east coast.
The war declared on High Prices at
the big Closing Out Sale is saving
many dollars for people who are tak taking
ing taking advantage of it. B. Goldman. 19 3t
On account of the serious illness of
Mr. J. G. Graham, one of Anthony's
leading citizens, the dance that was
to have been given tonight at the
club house in Anthony has been post postponed.
poned. postponed. Mr. J. E. Wagnon returned lust
flight from a visit with his sick
daughter in Jacksonville. He will look
afetr his interests at Fort McCoy :.e :.e-fore
fore :.e-fore returning to Lakeland.
Cascade Linen Pound Paper f.O
cents the pound, two pounds for 51
cents at Gerig's One Cent Sale, June
9, 10 and 11th. tf
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WE BOW TO THE DEMANP OF THE
Mrs. H. M. Hampton is expected to
arrive home this afternoon from a
visit to Atlanta, where she attended
grand opera, and in Asheville, N. C,
where she was the guest of Mrs.
Moore for several weeks.
AUTOS BOUGHT, SOLD and REPAIRED
J. W. HUNT
jThstCtlo SOUTH MAGNOLIA STREET fploriflSl
QJ'Cctlcl OLD METROPOLITAN THEATER lUd
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices- r
In compliment to Miss Ellen Strip-
line, the pretty and attractive June
2nd bride-to-be, Mrs. Hickman Cham
bers and Mrs. Ed Morgan will enter entertain
tain entertain a number of friends next Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
T. E. Bridges.
The war declared on High Prices at
the big Closing Out Sale is saving
I manv dollars for people who are tak-
ing advantage of it. B. Goldman. 19 .it
Mrs. Harry Cole and children have
ioined Mr. Cole at Mananna. where
thev will for the present make their
home. It is sincerely hoped that Mr.
and Mrs. Cole and family will return
to Ocala to reside when Mr. Cole has
completed a large contract that he is
doing for the school at Mananna.
Boauet Ramee Talcum 60 cents
each, two for 61 cents at Gerig's ONE
CENT SALE June 9, 10 and 11th. tf
Mrs. E. M. Williams and two lovely
daughters of Brooksville. left yester-
day afternoon for Jacksonville, where
thev will visit friends, and en route
home will stop in Ocala for another
visit to Mr. Williams at the home cf
i his mother and sister, Mrs. G. K. Wil
liams and Miss Edith Williams.
Dnn't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothintr & Shoe Company. Every-
I 4 V : rrm anil miavanfao1 Wo l-O
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Motoriner from TamDa today to
spend the week-end in Ocala are
Misses Alice and Jane Whitner, Miss
Helen Freeman, Messrs. J. N. Bryan
Jr., Frank Davis and H. D. Palmer.
The Misses Whitner while in the city
will be the guests of Miss Ellen Strip
ling and Miss Freeman will be with
Miss Eloise Henry.
Negotiable Storage Receipts "issued on C otton, Automobiles, Etc J
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
L0MG DISTANCE MOVING i
Phone 296 I
Ex-Service Men, Attention: Cut ttm out ar.d v.v.ui v ih $n to Jamse
G. Taylor, Finance Officer, American Lotion,
The price on the 18-room house to jOj
day is $2160. 21-tf
The following visitors and shoppers
were noted on the streets this morn-
incr Kv Star rpnnrtpr: Mrs. C. H.
Luffman and Miss Ruth Y'oung, Sparr;
Mrs. A. R. Douglas, Miss Vivian
Douglas and Barnett Douglas, Shady;
Miss Edna McQuaie. Mrs. H. M. Mc-
Quaig and Miss Mildred McQuaig,
Fort McCoy; Mrs. W. S. Paul, Mrs.
L. K. Bishop, Mrs. W. C. Black and
Mrs. W C. King. Crystal River.
There is real economy in wearimr
F.VERWEAR Hosiery. Fishel's. 20-lt
We are in complete sympathylwith the object of the "Overall Club."
We are just as keen to see the coming of lower prices as anybody in the
community. It is part of our business life to FIGHT HIGH PRICES. But
we do not stop with fighting high prices we have started a campaign of
MAKING LOWER PRICES. This is our best method of co-operating with
the Overall Clubs to help them to more quickly accomplish their benev benevolent
olent benevolent object. They wear overalls to protest against high prices. We will
sacrifice our profits in the same fight against high prices.
Of course, we cannot continuously sell goods without profit ; but, peo people
ple people who refuse to pay high prices, may now supply their requirements at
LOWER PRICES, and thus not only avoid paying the high prices, but they
also MAY POSSESS AND WEAR NEW THINGS THAT THEY NEED.
Thus will be accomplished the object of the Overall Club, without any
sacrifice on the part of the individual member of the club.
Wc Can't Promise Lower Prices for Next Fal
There are mighty few signs of price-lowering on any kind of commodities.
BUT WE CAN OFFER LOWER PEACES NOW 2
We do this because we own the goods and can sacrifice them as we desire;
also, because we are determined to make this Drive Against High Prices
do as much money-saving for the people of this community as possible.
Therefore, with but one reason only, that ol a
conscientious sense of duty, this store uill put at
the Disposal of the Public for a limited time
BEGINNING SATURDAY, MAY
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
T fcprehv suhsprihe to the constitution of THE A Mi ll! 'CAN LEGION
and apply for enrollment in Marion County Post X. 15 Marion county,
Department of Florida. Signature ot Applicant
The three tables of players of the
Thursday afternoon auction club were
pleasantly entertained yesterday ift ift-ernoon
ernoon ift-ernoon by Mrs. Clarence Camp at her
home. Substituting for three of the
absent members were Mrs. Charles
T.lnvd nf Jacksonville. Mrs. R. C.
Camp and Mrs. I. F. Bennett. The
fortunate ones securing the three hih
score swere Mrs. George rord, Miss
Emily Stotesbury and Mrs. Bennett.
At the conclusion of an enjoyable
afternoon, Mrs. Camp served a cream
course and cake to her guests.
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala. Fla. tf
END TO END
TOP TO BOTTOM
At 20 per cent. dednclionfrom
actual prices, the deduction
to be made at time of purchase
NOTE Nothing returnable. Nothing on approval.
The FasMon Cemtteir
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1920
18 ROOM HOUSE
To Close Out Estate
Located on quarter-acre
lot one block from Post Post-office,
office, Post-office, cheap at $3000. Price
will be reduced $10 per day
PRICE TODAY $2160
If interested &ee me at once
FRANK W. DITTO
Real Estate Ocala, Fla.
You Arc Losing
PEPSINOL Combats the
Troubles that Cause Weakness!
Temperature this morning, 63; this
Conductor Cason of the A. C. L.,
Stomach now living in Lakeland, has been vis
iting his Ocala friends this week.
Solves the milk
problem if you
cannot get fresh
When you take Pepsinol you dis discard
card discard forever the old-fashioned theory
that as men and women get along to- :
ward middle age they are naturally j
going to lose strength and suffer j
sickness. Pepsinol keeps you in rosy, I
robust health and gives you endur- j
ance and strength by overcoming
As a scientific tonic for the stom-1
ach, Pepsinol promotes the flow of
gastric juices necessary for thorough )
digestion and assimilation 01 your
food. Pepsinol in this way combats
food fermentation, keeps your stom
ach sweet and stimulates your appetite.
Mr. R. L. Clyburn of Summerfield
was a well known visitor in the city
Mrs. J. S. Fagan of Trenton, Fla.,
returned to her home today after an
enjoyable visit at the home of her sis sis-tei,
tei, sis-tei, Mrs. A. C. Cobb.
Miss Dorri8 Sealey of Alachua is
the attractive young guest of her
cousins, Misses Fanita Cobb and Fay
J. J. GERIG
For AH Classes Of
Stone, Brick, Wood,
and Concrete ;
j. D. MeCasMH j
Phone 446. 728 Wcaona St.
Tooth Paste 25 cents the tube, two
for 26 cents at Gerig's One Cent Sale,
June 9, 10 and 11th. tf
irk Graduates bear in mind:
he, What might be a bril-
. liant success, may be a
dismal failure, if you
neglect your eyes.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
w. Vf w-
MOSQUITO IS A
Little Insect Takes Huge Toll From
Scientists say that mosquitoes car carrying
rying carrying the deadly malaria and other
disease germs are responsible for
more deaths than all of the wars since
the bezginning of time.
Their bite is often as deadly as a
By every method known to mankind
both national and local health services
are trying to exterminate them, but
this will never be. We must. protect
ourselves against this pest. By proper
screening and by a daily spray of
TORMENT the house can be kept
free of all mosquitoes. TOMENT is
a gaseous vapor in which no danger danger-our
our danger-our insect can live. It is death to in insects
sects insects but harmless to human beings.
Sold by druggists, general stores
and dealers everywhere.
Manufactured by G. B. Williams
Company, Quitman, Ga., exclusively.
One thousand men are wanted at
once to bring their families to the big
Closing Out Sale now in full blast at
B. Goldman's. 19-3t
Mr. J. H. LaVake, Eustis, Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Quick, Candler and Mr.
D. M. Waldron of Bay Lake were
business visitors in town yesterday.
That handsome Buick coupe soon
found an owner in Mrs. E. A. Osborne,
whc purchased it and immediately in initiated
itiated initiated in into service by a trip to
The many friends of Miss Kathe Kathe-rine
rine Kathe-rine Bottolacio will regret to learn
that she continued quite ill and has
been taken to the hospital. It is hop hoped
ed hoped careful nursing and good attention
will soon restore her to health.
Gerig's ONE CENT SALE will
take place on June 9, 10 and 11th.
Look out for big values, and see what
one cent will do. tf
The Star regrets to report the
death this morning of Mr. B. F. Gar
rett, an old gentleman who has lived
here several years. His remains have
been prepared by Mclver & MacKay
for shipment to his former home in
Miss Winnie Hunt's many friends
will regret to learn of her indisposi indisposition,
tion, indisposition, which necessitates her remaining
at home and preventing her attending
the business and professional woman's-
convention which is being held in
Tarn pa this week.
Our many customers appreciate the
yuality of EVERWEAR Hosiery.
NOTICE of ANIMALS IMPOUNDED
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
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.
The war declared on High Prices at
the big Closing Out Sale is saving
many dollars for people who are tak taking
ing taking advantage of it. B. Goldman. 19 3t
To Whom It May Concern:
This is to certify that I have thi&
day placed in the city pound the fol following
lowing following described animals, which have
been found running at large within
the corporate limits of the city of
Ocala, contrary to the ordinances of
One red bull marked crop one ear,
crop and hole in other.
The owners thereof or their agents,
and all whom it may concern, are
hereby notified that if the animals are
not claimed and all expenses of taking
and impounding thereof are not paid
within three days from date hereof,
to-wit: On the 22nd day of May,
1920, I will sell the same to the high highest
est highest and best bidder, said sale to take
place between the hours of 11 a. m.
and 3 p. m. on said day at the city
pound in Ocala, Florida.
S. C. M. Thomas,
Marshal City of Ocala.
L. A. Holloway, Impounder It.
Judge Smith made a mistake in his
hearing of the shoplifters. He should
have held it in the Temple theater
and charged an admission price. The
money resulting therefrom would
have proved a substantial addition to
the county revenue.
Mrs. Thomas Pasteur returned this
afternoon to her home at Palatka,
after a short but pleasant stay at the
home of her husband's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Pasteur and Miss Til Til-lie
lie Til-lie Pasteur. She was accompanied
home by Miss Tillie Pasteur, who will
be her guest for several days.
Miss Margaret Jackson will go to
Jacksonville tomorrow afternoon for
a brief visit with friends and to meet
her sister, Mrs. R. D. Stroud and two
children, who have been visiting-" Mrs.
Stroud's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. C.
Jackson and Mrs. Peter Mackintosh
and young son at Miami.
The negro accused of running a
gambling joint on West Broadway
was up in circuit court this morning.
There is very little doubt of this
man's guilt, but the prosecution lack-
AN HONEST CONFESSION
We have demonstrated to our entire sat satisfaction
isfaction satisfaction that the best combination that
spells SUCCESS is
Our friends have read our advertisements from week to week
in this paper; have noted the many advantages to be secured
by patronizing us; have come to our store and in every instance
have found everything just as represented employer and em employes
ployes employes courteous, goods for the man and boy the best, and above
all, our prices are as low as legitimate business will permit.
WE ARE DAILY MAKING NEW FRIENDS
Hence our business policy of the past will be steadily adhered
to in the future. We want our friends to call and see us, note
the efforts we are making to please and make our store your
store. We'll eventually get together, and both reap a benefit.
H. A. WATERMAN
ed one or two points of having evi evidence
dence evidence of the kind needed to convict.
In the words of a well known attor attorney,
ney, attorney, in regard to another case triad
some years ago, he was "as guilty as
hell, but acquitted on a technicality."
Frank's store has seen the hand handwriting
writing handwriting on the wall, and realizing
that prices must soon come down has
decided to pull the procession along
instead of being dragged along with
it. Beginning tomorrow, Frank's will
put on sale its entire stock of the
best merchandise at a 20 per cent.
deduction from actual prices. Read
the advertisement elsewhere.
Now is the time to get vour dry
goods and shoes while the big Closing
Out Sale is in progress. It will be a
big saving to buy now. B. Goldman. 3t
Miss Katherine Pyles and Miss An
nie Swann leave today for a trip to
New York, where they will be guests
of Miss Pyles' sister, Miss Ophelia
Sawtelle. who is a trained nurse in
one of the big Rockefeller institu-
10ns. Ihey leave Jacksonville to
morrow on the Clyde liner Arapahce.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Ocala Anitto amd ffiaragje Conupany
(Successors to Gates Garage)
Agents for Chandler and Oldsmobile Cars
Supplies of All Kinds
Kelly-Springfield, Miller and Goodyear Tires.
Let us prove to you that the Chandler Automobile is worth'several hund hundred
red hundred dollars more than any car, selling at the price.
$2,225.00 Delivered fie Ocala
We wish to make more definite an announcement
nouncement announcement at this time of some com commencement
mencement commencement events.
The commencement sermon will oe
preached by Rev. C. W. White, pas pastor
tor pastor of the Methodist church, Sunday,
June 6th, at the Temple Theater.
The address to the graduating class
wii1 be made by Mr. R. L. Turner of
Inverness and one of the state ruial
At the closing exercises, the eve evening
ning evening of June 7th, a medal will be pre presented
sented presented to the winner of an essay con contest.
test. contest. The participants in this contest
are six honor pupils. They have been
chosen as the highest in scholarship
and general excellence during the
four years of the high school course.
This ranks as second honor, since the
valedictorian stands apart as the
first honor of the class. The first
place as the valedictorian goes to Miss
Rehearsals are going on for the
class play to be given in the Temple
theater Friday evening, June 4th.
We think it well to say a word here
about the manner in which delinquen delinquencies
cies delinquencies in school work are to be made
up. Those pupils who were condition conditioned
ed conditioned in any subject will be admitted to
the next higher grade if deficiency in indicated
dicated indicated on the report card or certifi certificate
cate certificate of promotion is removed by sum summer
mer summer work and an extrance examina examination
tion examination in the fall before the opening of
next session. These examinations will
be given the week before school be begins.
gins. begins. This will be the week begin beginning
ning beginning Sept. 6th, as the time fixed for
the. opening of next session is Sept.
13th. The exact dates for these ex examinations
aminations examinations will be given later. Those
pupils who expect to take them must
be on hand at that time without fail.
Arrangements are being made for
summer coaching of delinquent pu pupils
pils pupils and information can be had oy
applying at the principal's office.
Honor Roll for Year
The following honor roll for the
year is made up of those who reached
the end of the year with an average
of 90 per cent, in every study and ex excellence
cellence excellence in their deportment. It is
not necessarily the same as the
monthly honor roll since attendance
and tardiness is not taken into ac account,
count, account, but still the same names viil
largely be found in both.
Fourth Grade: Dasibel Clement,
Laura Grubbs, .Elizabeth Rodgers,
Lilian Leak, Cora Lee G'oolsby, Pau Pauline
line Pauline Godwin, Lilian Hyndeman, Le jn
Fifth Grade: Cornelius Winston,
Johnnie Lou Potter, Dora Burnett,
Anita Chazal, Frances Drake, Amy
Cauthen Long, Babette Peyser.
Sixth Grade: Delzelle Pasteur,
Marie Snowden, Louise Clement, Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Delzelle, Pinckney Clement.
Seventh Grade: Louie Smoak.
Eighth Grade: Ben Culverhouse,
Karl Henderly, Vernon Rawls, Jessie
Ray Culverhouse, Mary Carolyn Lo Logan.
gan. Logan. Elizabeth Murray, Margaret
Gerig, Majorie Burnett, Charlotte
Chazal, Nettie Mathews, Lena Ricket Ricket-son
son Ricket-son Te names for the high school grades
cannot be given till the close of the
The folowing is the honor roll of
the Ocala high school for the eighth
Fourth Grade: Cora Lee Goolsby,
Guyula Chandler, Lilian Leak, Lilian
Hyndeman, Pauline Godwin, Chris Christine
tine Christine Wishart, Leon Goldman, Malcolm
Davis, James Cox, Dasibel Clement,
Laura Grubbs, Mary Willis Johnson,
Mildred McClendon, Louise Russell,
Elizabeth Rodgers, Carrie Russell.
Fifth Grade: Cornelius Winston,
Johnnie Lou Potter, Bonner Clark,
Lanas Troxler, Dora Burnett, Anita
Chazal, Frances Drake, Amy Cau Cauthen
then Cauthen Long, Babette Peyser, Mamie
Sixth Grade: Pinckney Clement. H.
M. Baxter, Henry Tubbs, George Jor- j
dar., Louise Clement, Adeline Malever J
Virginia Minshall, Delzelle Pasteur, j
Marie Snowden, Christine Whiteside.!
Seventh Grade: Nell Wallis, Mar- j
garet Spencer, Theresa Condiey,
Eighth Grade: Edward Cook, Hen
ry Camp, Karl Henderly, Vernon
Rawls, John Troxler, Majorie Bin -!
nett, Charlotte Chazal, Grace Fausett,
Mry Carolyn Logan, Elizabeth Mur Murray,
ray, Murray, Ethel Runnels, Marie Jones, Net
tie Mathews, Mabel Priest, Lena
Ricketson, Iris Smith.
High School: Ruth Warner, GeorgeJ
Hooper, Winnie Gordon, Van Fergu Ferguson,
son, Ferguson, Edith Edwards, Margaret Hock Hock-er
er Hock-er P. H. Hensley, Principal.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line minimum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month. $3. Payable in advance.
FOR SALE Sound work horse, 7 to
X years old; may be seen at Dr. J.
H Dunn's stables on West Fort
King Ave. 5-18-3t
WANTED Good piano in excellent
condition to use for five months.
Will take very best care of it. Ad Address
dress Address Mrs. Philip G. Murphy, Room
11, Gary block. 14-6t
WRITE The Truth Seeker Co., New
York, for sample copy of the Truth
Seeker, a free thought and agnostic
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's Shop. Phone
FURNITURE. ETC. I buy and sell
Second-hand furniture. Experts put
it in good condition before re-selling.
Repair sewing machines, lawn
mowers, enamelware, etc. J. jf.
Hunter, 310, 312, 314 S. Main St. tf
WANTED Young man able to
handle small store room. Apply at
Harrington Hall hotel. 13-tf
FOR SALE House and lot with all
latest improvements; Ford tru;k;
rock face cement block machine;
also second hand, lumber 2xl0's 18
ft. long, 2x6's 1G ft long. Cheap
for cash. Carl Wenzel, 702 Wyo Wyo-mina
mina Wyo-mina St. 5-17- eow
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms.
M4 E. Adams St. 17-6t
WANTED Instructor for fifth and
sixth grade mathematics. Two
hours every morning. Phone 202 or
write "R" in care of Star. 19-6t
FOR SALE Three boar Poland Poland-China
China Poland-China pigs, sired by the grand
champion boar of last state fair on
Chambliss farm. Address J. H.
Wilson, Route B. 17-3t
FOR SALE 16-foot Mullen's auto
boat; 3-horsepower engine, enclos enclosed
ed enclosed forward of pit; controlled from
steering wheel; also, rear starter;
mahogany finish; white enamel
hull; new brass fittings throughout.
W. F. Brown. Jr., Candler, Fla. 203t
WANTED Filing cabinet for letters.
Apply to L. A. Gabel, phone 499. 3t
WANTED To rent one acre of good
land close in town for potatoes. F.
F. Wallace, 507 E. Adams street,
8 Famous Nature Remedies Combined in
This Medicine Made Charleston Man Sure
"I have no hesitation in saying that ;
i-epiax is tne nest or all medicines 1
have ever taken. Peplax alone, has
given me genuine relief after I had
taken nearly all of the best known
remedies without any good results."
This is the unqualified endorsement
of Peplax above all other medicines,
as given by Mr. J. J. Pssaaurello, 230
King street, Charleston, S. C.
"I had ben run down for quite a
while,' 'this well known man explain explained.
ed. explained. "My appetite was poor, and even
the little I ate would not digest but
fermented and caused distressing
bloating, suffocating and pain. I not
only had pains in my stomach, but in
almost every part of my body.
"I had dizzy spells and was nervous
and fidgety, too. My liver was not
doing its work, and my system was
no- at all regular. I slept poorly and
was restless even then.
"I don't think I would have tried
this new Peplax except that the Na Nature
ture Nature remedies in it were published,
and I knew the good curative prop properties
erties properties of each, so when I sot a bottle
of Peplax the results were what eve-1
ry one else told about.
"I eat heartily now, and my food
is digested. I sleep well and wake up
fresh instead of heavy and loggy as
I used to do. The dizzy spells have
been regulated. All my organs are
passed away, since my system has
doing their work naturally, and of
course I feel like a new man. Fiom
my experience I feel sure people who
take Peplax well not be disappointed."
Te eight Nature remedies in Peplax,
of which Mr. Passaurello felt so sure,
are the following:
Gentian root best of all tonics for
indigestion; Juniper berries for puri purification
fication purification of kidneys and bladder; and
Dandelion root, best known of all liver
tonics; Sarsaparilla root, most fam famous
ous famous of all blood tonics.
Then ther is Chinese Rhubarb root,
for invigorating of the intestines;
Spanish licorice root, to remove for foreign
eign foreign mucous that may be clogging
the digestive organs; Mandrake, the
old nerve remedy and Jamaica Gin Ginger
ger Ginger root, the special old stomachic to
warm the stomach, stimulate tho
flow of the vital digestive juices and
nourish the stomach blood supply.
J G. GREENE & COMPANY.
Anthony: Pasteur & Johnson.
Sparr: Thomas & Pasteur.
Reddick: Ferguson's Drug Store.
Belleview: J. A. Freeman & Son.
Weirsdale: R. D. Douglas. Adv.
TO THE MILK TRADE OF OCALA
THE FAMOUS PYLES DAIRY
WILL OPERATE A
.Milk and Cream Supply Depot
At store of CARN-THOMAS COMPANY on Broad Broad-way,
way, Broad-way, Beginning Monday Afternoon, May 17th.
Milk, quart 20c Pint..'. 12c ;
Cream, on order, qt. 90c Pint...i 50c ;
Half pint, cream,. 30c
FRESH MILK, when you want it, but no DELIVERY :
Deposit required on bottles.
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Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
C. Y. Miller, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
Quality Rules Supreme
, SYSTEM m MIME
OF THE SOUTH, INCORPORATED
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