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OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1917 OA mm 'UNERAL SERVICES ; OF MR. JEFFCOAT The famous White House coffee now '35c per pound at Whittington's. Phone 97. . 3t Come in and let me show "you a Williams Grist Mill. W. J. McGehee, distributor. tf Get my price on a Fairbanks-Morse corn sheller. W. J. McGehee, dis tributor, tf engine. W. J. McGehee, distributor, tf Let me figure with you onyour oil Canned fish roe, the 20c size, now 15c at Whittington's Phone 97. 3t Best spring wheat flour 12 pounds for 85c. at Whittington's; 24-pound sacks, $1.70. Call phone .97. 3t Let me sell you your feed crusher. W. J. McGehee, distributor. tf Let me quote you on a pumping outfit. W. J. McGehee, distributor, tf I have any thing in the electrica line. Ask about them. W. J. McGehee, distributor. tf TLT.. TEAPOT o GROCERY m N SAUSAGE and SMOKED MEAT Salomi-German if you Like. Cere velat Sausage Farmer Sausage Sweast Style Metwurst Mortadella Lunch Loaf Boiled Ham Sliced Breakfast" Bacon Chipped Dried Beef PHONES 16174 Mosquitoes Love-Lovers and Spoil Romances Love's young dream often fa interruptcd by th buzzing, bit ins little nuisances. Even Borneo mirht hare used wear-words had tnoQuitocs warmed in the balcony ' scene. Wise younr folks 4 pass the eveninjr hours together without the visit-discouracinc whine and tins of mosquitoes. "Sleep Insurance" Drives Off Mosquitoes Sprinkle a few drops of it around the porch and be free from pests for the evening. Doesn't stain at all you can put it even on delicate fabrics. The odor is not offensive except to the insect tribe. Fifteen cents buys a rood sized bottle that will last a long while. All druggists sell "Sleep , Insurance." Yours can get it. Sleep Insurance Co., Mfgrs. 0 Jacksonville, florida " mm i ikiu.wfr4 - SAFETY FIRS! ' Has become the slogan Hiot only on the highways of travel, but also in all lines of industry. There's no such thing fas safety if your valuable property is not covered by ' FIRE INSURANCE We represent a number of the most reliable companies in existence, and our facil- ities are not surpassed in Florida. . D. 17 DAVIS, Agency HOLDER BLOCK ' OCALA :-: FLA. M . : Mil J1C K....y.... . .'asgn. mffimmmnmita I The funeral services of the late Dallas T. Jeffcoat will be held at the residence of Mr. E. M. Osborne on Fort King avenue tomorrow at 10:30 a. m. Rev. Bunyan Stephens will of ficiate, and after the service the re mains accompanied by the sorrowing relatives will be taken to Plant City for interment. Following will be the pallbearers: A- T. -Thomas, D. C. Stiles, H. A. Davies, E. M. Osborne, J. C. Caldwell, E. G. Rivers. FORD CAR $150 We have a Ford touring car for $150 cash. The Maxwell Agency, Ocala, Fla. 19-3t FORT KING Fort King, July 18. A chicken perlou and dance was given at the home of Mr.' and Mrs. J. E. Whaley last Friday night in honor of Mr. Will Clayton, who leaves August 5th with Co. "A.", and also MissXuIa Sanders who was visitine here. Miss Eva Freyermuth is visiting relatives at Evmston. Mr. Hugh Geiger and Guy Geiger, of Conn., and Jacksonville visited old friends here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Bateman and children have moved on R. S. Hall's farm. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Geiger of Mel bourne Fla., visited friends here Mon dav. Miss Lula Sanders who has been visiting her for two weeks is now vis iting her parents at Blitchton. SIXTEEN FORD FOR SALE We have a first class 1916 model Ford in splendid shape in every re spect. Hurry if you want it. The Maxwell Agency, Ocala, Fla. 7-1 6-4 1 The Maxwell Agency. Now is the time to. plant camphor trees. Prices low. Call 288. tf FELLOWSHIP Fellowship, July 18. Here wecome knocking for admittance to one of the best daily papers in the state. Mrs. Daisy Walston and son, Ray mond, left last Wednesday for their home at Wauchula after spending sev eral days here with relatives. Mr. B. F. Stewart and family ar rived here from North Carolina last Friday, where they spent a month. They will spend . several days here visiting friends and relatives before going to their home in DeSoto coun ty. Miss Francis Rawls returned home last Saturday after spending a week very pleasantly. Rev. Z. A. Crumpton and family were the guests of Mr- and Mrs. B. R. Blitch last Sunday. . : - Mr. C. C. Stephens has been on the sick list for the past few days but we are glad to report he is improved at this writing. Mr. Wesley Lyles of Kendrick was in our burg last Sunday, all wreathed in smiles. Miss Susie Haycraft was the guest of Miss Effie Rawls last Sunday aft ernoon. Mrs. Fred Smith and children with her two sisters returned home last Friday, to the delight of-her many friends. . Mr. and Mr. S. J. McCully and Miss Geneva McCully motored to weirsdaie last Friday and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Coggins until Sunday. Misses Lorena and Esther Coggins returned home with them and will be their guests for a lew days. Mr. and Mrs. -N. H. Lanier of Mor riston were the guests of Mrs. Lan- Mr. J. M. Blitch and son Arline were callers in Feellowship Tuesday. There will be preaching services Saturday and Sunday. All are cordial ly invited. Misses Sarah, Henry and Ada Blitch were the guests of Miss Louise urumpton luesday afternoon. , We're in business for YOUR health. and fill your " prescriptions just as your physician orders them. Prompt service and pure drues. The Conrt Pharmacy. Phone 284. 15-tf .Let us m your car up with the famous GOODRICH TIRES. There are none better. Blalock Bros., 107 Oklawaha avenue. 6-8-tf f 12 pounds of SUGAR SI. with one dollar purchase of other groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday only. Mmtn Grocery Co. Phone 434. 3t "piHERFS higher quality In- m I built-in AjaxTires greater ? X uniformity surer service. S Ajax owners will tell you so. Z They live up to their guaran- ' . tec and beyond it. 15,000 miles Z is not an uncommon Ajax show- tag. And in the recent Ajax Chauffeurs Contest, the prize 2 Z winner rolled up 27,220 miles! An Ajax tire on one wheel Z Z sells Ajax for all four. i MCIVES and MACKAY 4 1 I Oaala Florida I m- ? fttffftfftttff' 1 GUARANTEED JJ m in writing JJ a (Continued from Third Page, Heine man -Conner At the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. Z. Wellhoner near Conner Wednesday evening, July 18, Mr. Henry P. Heine- man and Miss Mary Gertude, Conner were united in the holy bonds of wed lock by Col. R. F. Rogers of Ocala. The bride is the beautiful grand daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wellhoner, who took her into their home at the death of her mother when Gertrude was quite a little girl. They brought her up to womanhood with the merit of respect and esteem of her neigh bors and friends. The groom is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Heine man, who with his parents has resid ed near Conner all his life. The ven erable and much beloved Peter L. Durisoe is the father and grandfather by adoption of the groom and his mother. Uncle Peter was there with a jovial heart to witness the marriage of his only grandson to an estimable young lady to be his helpmate through life. This wedding was near the old home of Col. Rogers on the east side of the Ocklawaha river. BOY SCOUT MEETING The Boy Scouts will meet in the lecture room of the public library, Friday at 7:30 sharp. The scouts are requested to be prepared to pay their July dues," and to settle the accounts for the recent camping expedition to Silver Springs. Miss Ellen Stripling returned home this morning from a short visit to Miss Meme Davis at the lake. '.- Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Pillans motor ed to Alachua early this morning and will return home tonight. Mrs. Jamie Whitfield has returned home from a pleasant visit to friends in Tampa. Mr. A. S. Adcock and Mr. Wake, a northern Ocala visitor, are spending today at Half Moon Lake,- fishing. Rev. Bunyan Stephens has return ed home from a short stay in Jack sonville. . , Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Price, of Willis ton, were Ocala visitors this morn ing. - Mr. Joe Borden left yesterday, for the north where he will spend his two weeks vacation. -r 'V.,.. . m m If . Tl A X 1 xvi r. ueorge xiemz came xrom jacK sonville yesterday for a short visit T r rial To tvi 1 1 XT anl ntvtl 4-V i n Tr r s-rt Mrs. C. W. Rush and three child ren, of Dunnellon, will arrive in Ocala tomorrow to visit Mrs. Walter Preer and family. Mrs. Clem Purvis will return to her home at Raiford this afternoon after a sliort visit to her mother, Mrs. D. M. Boney. ' ' Mrs. R. L. Lang and daughter, Miss. Willie May are visiting Mrs. Lang's sister, Mrs. W. W. Avera, in Gaines ville for several weeks. Mrs. Lane and pretty little daugh ter, Miss Mary, are now pleasantly located in Arlington, Ga. where they will spend the summer with relatives. News was received from Mrs. S. M. Standley in Jacksonville, saying that her grandson, Master Arthur Jr., is much better which is good news to his Ocala friends. Virginia Pearson who ranks with Theda Bara as an emotional actress will star at the Temple theater today in a Fox picture, "The War Bride's Secret". Miss Pearson made her first appearance in Ocala about two weeks ago in "Dare Devil Kate." mm Dr and Mrs. F. E. McClane and Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Adcock and child ren,! St. Petersburg, have returned home from a six week's delightful motor trip. Mr. Adcock will return home in a few days, but Mrs. Adcock and children will remain here for a week or ten days. Mrs. T. J. KilleTbrew and her love ly children expect to leave early to morrow morning tor tneir tuture home in Leroy, Alabama, where Mr. Killebrew is in the drug business Ocala regrets to lose this family, but wishes them the best of luck in their new home. . Mr. and Mrs. Max Israelson have the deep sympathy of their many Ocala friends in the death of their little son which occurred last Sun day at the home of Mrs. Israelson's grandmother,. Mrs. M. Handelsman in Salisbury, N. C. Mr. Israelson is ex pected home the first part of next week. . Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Furr and daughter Hazel of San Francisco, are spending the summer at Connor with Mrs. Robert Holly, motheiv of Mrs. Furr, who was formerly Miss Flossie Holly. Mr. and Mrs. Furr made the trip from California by automobile, coming via Atlanta, where they spent a few days and were joined on the remainder of the trip by W. G. Holly and wife, who will also spend a few days at Connor with Mrs.. Holly. The rip irom caniornia was maae in about four weeks and without mis hap. The many Ocala friends of Mrs. Bunyan Stephens will regret to. hear that her father, Mr. McClure in Ken tucky will have to undergo an opera tion there today. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Tumipseed and little son and daughters of Kendrick, are spending the day in Ocala with Mrs. Turnipseed's sisters, Mrs. Annie Aiken and Mrs. William Richie. . m m m Mrs. Thomas Sexton's friends were glad to see her uptown yesterday morning. m m m Captain T. E. Bridges took a con genial party to the lake yesterday morning where they had lunch. They fished during the afternoon and re turned about dark. - Miss Ruth Howell's many friends are glad to hear that if nothing un- forseen happens she will be able to return home Saturday after her month's stay at the hospital. i Mrs. D. L. Byrd and daughter Miss Flossie Byrd of Live Oak are spend ing a month in Jacksonville with Mrs. Byrd's sisters, Misses Eva and Belle Clark. Miss Byrd has frequently vis ited Miss Helen Brown in this city. m m m Mr. and Mrs. Chas S. Sage and their party, are home from their en joyable auto trip thru West Florida and South Georgia. m m ' Rev. Father Barry of South Jack sonville, who is well known to many Ocala people, as he has frequently visited Mr. L. R. Chazal and family, has been appointed by Rt. Rev. Bishop Curley of Sft Augustine to fill the vacancy of vicar general of the dio cese of Florida and rector of the Cathedral of St. Augustine. Father Barry will not assume active duties until fall. Mr. W. J. Crosby and three of his charming daughters, Misses Edith, Winifred and Rose, were in town from their Citra; home today. TEiNIGE NOTES (By the National Woman's Chris tian Temperance Union.) A SLANDEROUS PETITION. In a full-page unsigned advertise ment in Washington (D. C.) ' newspa pers the statement was made that 2, 082,637 workingmen had petitioned President Wilson, congress and the council of national defense not to de prive them of beer. Two days there after a two-page ad appeared signed by officials of the "Strengthen America Campaign," inaugurated by the Fed eral Council of Churches. It presented the following facts : 1. According to the latest official re port of the secretary, there are less than 2,082,637 members in the Ameri can Federation of Labor. ; 2. Yet the number of alleged signers of this petition from but 22 states is greater than the total membership of the American Federation of Labor throughout the entire country. 3. As a matter of fact this petition was not signed by Individual working men. 4. In most cases a small minority of the members of the organizations men tloned presumed to speak for their en tire membership. 5. Only 445 local bodies out of 22, 000 local labor unions are listed as having signed the petition. 6. Only local labor bodies have a right to speak officially for the great mass of American workingmen, and more than 21,500 of these did not sign the petition. 7. Such state federations of. labor and central labor bodies as are domi nated by bartenders and brewery work ers do not represent the great major Ity of American workingmen. 8. In many cases in the unsigned ad vertlsement individual trade unionists are counted again and again in the pe tition presented to the president and congress, being counted, first, In their international organizations; second, in the state bodies; third, In the central labor unions ; fourth, ' tn the local unions; fifth, In such organizations as Personal Liberty leagues, mutual bene fit societies, etc , 9. Over 150,000 of those enumerated as being identified with union label trades departments, labor temples, sick benefit funds, mutual benefit soci eties and Personal Liberty leagues, are counted a second time In bona-fide labor unions. .. The petition, say the managers of the "Strengthen America" movement, is a slander and an Insult to vast num bers of the finest type of American workingmen who are altogether op posed to the liquor traffic. NOW BAND WAGON. The water wagon Is now the band wagon. TWO FORDS FOR SALE One 1914 Touring Car. One 1915 Touring Car. Both in good condition. Cash or terms. Maxwell Agency, Ocala. 3td i Puritan guaranteed bread flour 12 pounds for 85c.; 24 pounds for $1.70, a few days ' only, at Whittintgon's Grocery. Phone 97. 3t Buv vour druffs from the Rexall store it if always the . best drug store. tf Large cans Wesson's Cooking Oil 50c each; small cans 35c each, at Whittington's Grocery. Phone 97. 3t The largest line of bathing caps in the city all shades, shapes and col ors. The Court Pharmacy. 15-tf 7-" Will ComtliiiEe Until August! 15li. ... n . ... F RICES CUT TO THE BONE on the follow ing READY-TO-WEAR GOODS ': Slm0)(ES & Vs tip (ft ISM'S and i(0)yr : Ctoilii In Suits and Extra Pants. Boys' Extra Size , Serge Knee Pants A Few More PALM BEACH SWTS ) ..... ... See Our Line E. Other Brands Collars, all styles, fits :"" F. OCALA , mm O ! ' '-n.'' O ! -X " m UNCLASSIFIED ADS. WANTED, 'LOST, FOUND. FOB SALE. FOR CENT AND SIM ILAR LOCAL NEEDS FOR SALE Maxwell roadster made into truck. Meadows Repair Shop, 410 N. Orange St. . l2-t FOR RENT Furnished house with ah modern conveniences, on North Sanchez street. Can give immediate possession. Apply at Carter's Bak ery, or phone 360. 15-tf. EAT At the HEM, Off NEW BUILDING NEW EQUIPMENT (Opposite Postoffice) SHORT ORDERS and REGULAR MEALS HOMEMADE PIES Luncheon for Ear ties a Specialty 21 MEAL TICKET $5.00 . M. NASH PHONE 279 for MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN Be sure to see this line of Shoes before buying. Ladies' White Muslin A weair on sale ic extra Waists and Skirts ladies' and Misses Fancy and Silk- See Them & W. Collars at 8c HDii P. Galsoim, Prop. - - FILOEIPA ? jT ? ? T. mmr mm " REWARD OFFERED I have bought the G. J.' Johns stock of cattle in Marion county; mark is crop split in one ear and split under bit in the other; brand Jo. I will pay $1 per head to any one for taking ilp these cattle, notifying me and keep ing them in. pasture till I can get them. I will have my representative call and get them as soon as I rereive notive. A. M. Ryals, 7-13-6t Eagle Lake, Fla. THAT BAD BACK Do you have a dull, steady ache in the small of the back sharp, stab bing twinges when stooping or lift ing distressing urinary disorders ? For bad back and weakened kidneys Ocala residents recommend Doan's Kidney Pills. Read this Ocala man's statement. C. F. Hays, 703 S. Orange St. says "I think that heavy lifting caused my ! kidneys to become weakened. I suff ered greatly from severe pains in my I back and I was often so stiff and I lame that I could hardly work. I also had frequent, severe headaches. A friend told me. about Doan's Kidney Pills and I began using them. I am very glad that I did so for they gave me more relief than all the other med icines I had taken put together. I have- had no occasion to take any kid ney medicine since, as the cure has been permanent. The statement I gave before praising, Doan's Kidney Pills holds good." Price-60c. at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that cured Mr. Hays. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. " ' - Adv. 1 We have two Ford cars for sale. Bargains. The Maxwell Agency, Ocala, Fla. , 7-14-4t '1:. CmTTH wwm "V fv v a .. ..... "it & ... "'" iv 'Ul- or 95c 6c, or 70c Doz . . OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A. M meets pn the hrst and thlr4 Thursday evening ol each uiontl t 8:00 o'clock, until further notice. II. M. Weathers, W. M. ODDFELLOWS Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.f meets every Tuesday evening in the Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of the Star office building at 8 o'clock promptly. A warm welcome always extended to visiting brothers. C. O. Andrews, N. G. W. L. Colbert, Secretary. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Fort King Camp No. 14 meet3 at the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every second and fourth Friday. Visiting sovereigns are ailways welcome. T. D. Lancaster, C. C. Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. KNIGHTS OK FYlHIAS Ocala Lodge No. It. Conventions held every Monday night at 7:30 at the Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle drugstore. A cordial welcome to visiting brothers. E. L. Stapp, C. C. CLus. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Have your prescriptions filled at Gerig's, the only drugstore in Ocala employing more than one registered pharmacist. t? Now is the time to take up the matter of buying a pea huller. W. J. McGehee, distributor. tf - V ' 1 ft Wk 9, W I ) & N "i i III '4 . : Doz.-I 1 : J v. , 1 I ! t i ! ! s , 4 P i 1 !