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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPT 24, 1919
ON HIS WAY EAST
On Account ol Holliday
" The fashion Center "
Will be Closed All Day
Thursday, September 24th.
Mrs. Elmer DeCamp has returned
from a very pleasant visit to Connecticut.
Miss Ellen Stripling returned to
day from a very pleasant visit to
friends in Orlando.
Just in, a fresh shipment of real
imported Olive Oil. Pints and ljalf
pints, at Gerig's Drug Store. "
A considerable number of Ocala
Woodmen are going to the county
convention at Sparr tonight. .
There will be no services at the
Christian church Thursday evening,
as was announced at the church San-
Mrs. L. M. Murray and daughter,
Elizabeth, arrived today from their
summer trip, which included Cincin
nati and New York.
If Everything Was As
Cheap As Our Ice
The cost of living would be as low as it was in the good old days.
No use worrying, however, because it isn't that way. Be glad that
ice is helping to keep down the cost of living, besides giving you
better food and a greater variety of it than your grandfather's fam
' ily ever had. -
Ocala Ice & PacMog Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EMBALI71ERS
No char?;1 for delivery of casket anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JB-,
Licensed Embalmers .
Office Phone 10 flight Phones 225 or 423
Bring Us Your Automobile
Our. Garage is fnlly equipp ed for all kinds of General Repairs,
including Oxy-Acetylene Welding, Electric Valve Grinding, etc Cars
washed and polished, $1. Night service by appointment.
OILS, GAS AND ACCESSORIES
.DAIIITTVD'C r1 A 11 I JPl? Phone 516 or 117.
UUUVIIjU O HjriiiriHIi Fl. King and Magnolia
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Mr. E. P. Anderson, who is spend
ing this week in Ocala, expects to
leave Friday night for Savannah,
where he is engaged in business.
We regret to learn that Mr. and
Mrs. Delbert Haskell will soon leave
for Oregon. But they have Florida
sand in their shoes and some day will
ZESTFUL and sparkling
the thirst and allays it com
pletely refreshing one.
Orange-Crush is made from the fruit oil,
pressed from fresh ripe oranges, and such
other wholesome ingredients as pure gran
ulated sugar, carbonated water and citric
acid found in oranges lemons and grape
fruit. Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works
5c by the bottle. Less by the case.
Get ready your fall garden. We
have new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf
That game between the Sparr
giant's and the Ocala going-backs, at
Hunter Park tomorrow will be the
baseball event of the season. All who
like baseball should go see it.
Deputy Sheriff Gordon today head
ed off a colored girl bound north from
Leesburg. She had stolen a large
quantit yof clothes from her em
Mrs. Frederick Hocker, who has
spent the summer with her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. Montgomery in Eliza
bethtown, Ky., will leave there today,
and is expected home Friday, accom
panied by her little son.
Mr. and Mrs: Trusten P. Drake have
jrst arrived from Hendersonville, N.
C.. where they spent most of the sum
mer. Mrs. Drake will return in a day
or two and later drive thru her car,
but Mr. Drake's vacation is over for
Cara Nome the exquisite Talcum
Powder. Ask to see it at Gerig's
"Upside Down' at the Temple to
day, featuring Taylor Holmes, is pic
turized from a Harper's Magazine
story, "Lovely Reasons," telling how
a husband found many lovely reasons
for a divorce, with laughs coming
thick and fast. The Ford Weekly will
Deputy Sheriff Gordon picked up an
unusually heartless sort of a scamp
the other day and held him for an of
ficer from Bradford county. A re
turned soldier had lost his pocket--
book, containing about $30, and this
yellow-livered slacker found and kept
it. He should be sent up for thirty
We have a few Bathing Caps, just
in from News York.- 35 cents to one
dollar each, at "Gerig's Drug Store.
Maxey Moody of Jacksonville and
Dell Moody of Oklawaha. two well
known and much liked ex-Ocala boys,
were in town today. Dell has charge
of a turpentine farm in South Mar
ion, but his wife and child are staying
with Mr. Moody's mother in Orlando.
Maxey was a participant in an auto
accident near Jacksonville some
months ago. .The car, driven by a
friend of his, turned over, and the
friend was killed and Maxey badly
hurt, but he is as well as ever now.
(By ML Clemens News Bureau)
Aboard President Wilson's Special
Train. As he speeds back eastward,
on the last lap of his long journey,
across the land and then down the
Pacific coast, President Wilson is hap
py in the knowledge that the people
of California, one of the states about
which he was dojbtful because of its
senatorial representative, Hiram John
son, are heart and soul for the league
of nations. Californians, the presi
dent found, are inclined to look upon
Mr. Johnson as the next president of
the United States. A great number
of them have frankly said to those
close to Mr. Wilson that between the
president and Senator Johnson, should
they oppose each other in 1920, the
popular vote ol tne state wouia go
to Mr. Johnson. ,
Want The League Just As It Is
"But when it comes to the league
of nations, Mr. President, we are with
you and against our senator," r innu
merable Californians of various types
told Mr. Wilson. Republicans, Inde
pendents, and particularly women
want the league just as it, and a good
percentage of the people here have in
formed Senator - Johnson of their
wishes. It was, regarded as rather sig
nificant that after the president had
spent three days in California aad
had obviously won the heart of the
citizens, Johnson anounced that his
speaking tour in opposition to the
beautiful city of Los Angeles, where
the president spent his week-end, lit
erally went wild with enthusiasm
over him. Its welcome outdid any
thing that had gone before and there
had been many warm welcomes else-
vhere. He was escorted upon his
arrival through ten miles , of crowded
streets and through a din of cheers
and applause that seemed to intensify
as he went along. Flowers were
strewn upon every yard of asphalt
over which be passed, while above his
head every few feet flags and banners
fluttered in the mild western breeze.
from sidewalks to housetops, every
point of .vision was occupied and was
vociferous. It was estimated that more
than four hundred thousands of the
happy residents of the metropolis turn
ed out in his honor.
Challenges Senator Johnson
There was a challenge, indirect, but
nevertheless a challenge, to Senator
Johnson and other opponents of the
league. In the president's remarks
in Los Angeles, he demanded to know
what theseSopponents had to offer in
place of the league. "Much of the
argument directed against the league
of nations is not based upon reason,"
he said. "It is a great constructive
plan, and no man in the presence of
the present critical situation of mam
kind has the right to oppose any con
structive plan unless by a better qon-
Ready To Go Back To Paris
"I will say now that I am ready to
tain shin again and carry back .to
Paris any constructive proposals which
appear a suitable and better substi
tute for those which have been
nujie." The president pointed out
how every part of the league plan
W2S based upon American principles.
These principles were not nis own.
lu, declared, but were of the sort
which had always inspired Americans.
1 reply to the often repeated words
ol Washington against "entangling al
Lances, Mr. Wilson made a new
point . in his L-i. California address.
"V 'hat V asinngioa warned us
uS-yir-sC he said., "was exactly wtiat
those gHiiiierien who oppose the
league 10 lead us oack to. Tne
dttaii we aave ieli behind was a day
uf ailiiuces ixnu u:e oaLuicej of power.
Ererj naiioa tiiane a partnership with
sonic o.r.- uauca or group, of na
tions to coiuin&ie tiie weaker portion
osL the MorivL This project of the
Ibsui i-; a process cf disentail-
slfi-.iiani. i.ii?: w .ich alli:ices will not
The city council will receive bids at
regular meeting October 7th for sale
of brick at the old water tower lot,
22-6t H. C Sistrunk, City Clerk.-
NIGHTS OF UNREST
S B-O C E K Y
P E CIA
FRIDAY, SEPT. 26TH
8 lb. Snowdrift $2.(30
Bulk Peanut Butter per lb I .25
4 lb. Bucket Peanut Butter - - - 1.00
1 pk. Irish Potatoes. - . .65
V2 lb. Can Crisco : .55
3 lb can Crisco for N 1.05
White House Coffee per lb : - - - - -53
Guaranteed Flour Plain or Selfrising 12 lb sack 88-
Guarnteed Flour Plain or Selfrising 24 lb sack 1.75
Welch's Grapelade , .30
Victory Fruit Jam any flavor - - - .20
Snider's Pork and Bepns 16 oz. can .15
Campbell's Pork and Beans 18 oz. can. ... .15
Dried Baby Limas per lb - .15
Dried Salt Fish per lb . .20
25 cent can String Beans per can .15
White Bacon per ib .30
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Buick, light Six Touring
Dodge, Touring :
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Weary the lot of many a kidney
Pain and distress from morn to
Get up with a lame back.
" Twinges of backache bother you all
Dull aching breaks your rest at
Uurinary disorders add to your mis
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Doan's Kidney Pills are for the kid
neys only ,
Have made an enviable reputation
Ask your neighbor!
H. G.' McDavid, retired carpenter,
Henry and N. Osceola Sts., Ocala,
says: "I suffered from bladder trou
ble. I was compelled to get up often
at night to pass the kidney secretions
and this broke my rest. Mornings I
awoke feeling unrefreshed. I learned
1 ot Doan's Kidney Pills and procured
j some at Tydings & Co's. drug store,
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U ecer- tae one great zuw
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Quotaa ViIiinj McKinley
Too. liie uft-aiutci nxwted from a
rpetrh macs Ly tuei iale William Mc-Kin!.'-y.
tuc da colore his a&3asiaa
tic:, ami saLi Mr I-tcKLiley had had a
risior oi liie coira-s times when be
delivered the edd.-es. Mr. Wilson
sa'uui "HiS waolc U1O4ift.Lt waa against
vs. kUu UjiX. iii-s wooie thought waa
triiu we aau uevoiae artnera with
the ren ux tne world. His whole
tLcnzTk- J ti.au the better we knew
eacL cihez zzi-l t.a clcser vo draw to
gether. iLc more cervaiii U v.uid be
tfsr.t the proofed ui lira. ion would
be adopedL acl ti:a; uiei. voald not
.UaZ u.ix-i over.
At Reno Aid Celt Lake City
Eavi-wurd ixrand the presidczla first
6top was ai ilenc. ;eu later at Salt
LsLkif Citj. Af laz.i he had relght
more citiea to vro teaching
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