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OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JUNE 2, 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 133
TERTJS TO AUSTR
ADRIATIC LEFT OUT JUNE 25 LAST DAY
Only a Shattered Remnant Left of
the Once Powerful
St. Germain, June 2. Austria to today,
day, today, was 'given fifteen days in which to
reply to the peace terms presented by
the allied nations. Premier Clemen Clemen-ceau
ceau Clemen-ceau was the first prominent figure to
arrive today at the meeting at which
the terms were presented.
The entire peace treaty was not
presented to the Austrians today and
the fifteen days stipulated for a reply,
refers only to portions of the terms
Premier Clemenceau spoke only
three minutes Dr. Karl Renner, Aus Austrian
trian Austrian chancellor and head of the dele delegation,
gation, delegation, then spoke in French. Renner
opened with a complaint at delay in
presentation of the terms. He declar declared
ed declared the Austrian republic was entirely
free from the Hapsburg dynasty. It
never would have declared war of it itself,
self, itself, he asserted. .-
President Wilson was delayed in
reaching the session, when one of the
tires on his automobile punctured.
The opening was postponed until his
MADE LESS THAN A VASSAL
St. Germain, June 2. Austria is
left by the peace treaty a state of
from six to seven million people, in inhabitants
habitants inhabitants of territory of between fifty
and sixty thousand square miles. She
is required to recognize the independ independence
ence independence of Hungary Czecho-Slovakia and
the Serbian-Croatian-Slovene state.
Austria agrees to accept the league
' of nations, covenant and the labor
charter, demobilize her whole naval
, and aerial forces, admit right of trial
by the allied and associated powers
of her nationals guilty of violating
the laws and customs of force.
STEM END ROT
MUST BE TREATED
The agent of the Atlantic Coast
Line hands us the following, to which
all melon growers should pay partic particular
ular particular notice:
"Freight charges must be prepaid
jori all shipments of watermelons from
Florida, Georgia and South Carolina
points, unless treated for stem-end
rot. Shipments so treated may be
handled under the current tariff regu regulations.
lations. regulations. All agents have been fur furnished
nished furnished a copy of U. S. department of
agriculture, bureau of plant industry,
poster indicating method of treat treatment
ment treatment to be followed."-
A very irritating incident took
place on the west side of the public
square today. A young lady, one of
Ocala's nicest girls, was walking
down the street when almost in front
of Green's drugstore, she met two
colored boys, about fifteen or sixteen
years of age. They were decidedly of
the hoodlum class, rough, ragged and
swaggering. When they met the
young lady, instead of stepping to
one side, as well-mannered boys would
have done, they kept straight ahead,
compelling her to get out of their way.
There was nobody near enough to in interfere.
terfere. interfere. Now,' if boys like this expect
to stay on the streets of Ocala at all,
they will have to give way to ladies'.
If they don't, something is going to
happen to them, and it won't happen
ersy, either. v
The Star would again call the atten attention
tion attention of the city authorities to the pile
of coal on Fort King avenue, in front
of the Presbyterian church, which
was unloaded there some, ten days
ago for use of the street road 'roller.
This is, a very inconvenient place for
a third of the street to be blocked by
a wholly unnecessary obstacle, in vio
lation of a city ordinance. The street!
is narrow, and with Mrs. Arms board boarding
ing boarding house on one side and the church
on the other, in front of which cars
are constantly standing, it is almost
impossible for a passing car to nego negotiate
tiate negotiate the street without running into
the coal pile or over one of the numer numerous
ous numerous large lumps of coal which have
been washed down the street by the
heavy rains. Some one is liable to
have a smash-up there and then the
city will have a lawsuit on ifs hands,
with unnecessary expense to the tax taxpayers.
payers. taxpayers. It is not out of place to say
that the practice of the street force
of placing fuel for its roal roller
around the city on the different
streets until used; is bad policy. The
city should provide a cart for this
purpose, which could be rolled to the
place most convenient while work is
being done which necessitates the" use
of the road roller, and then taken to
some convenient vacant lot or back to
the city barn until needed again.
GERMICIDAL SOAP will check the
odor of perspiration.. Sold by THE
COURT PHARMACY. 2-6t
The Anti-Monopoly is serving Ma Ma-cronut
cronut Ma-cronut Sundae now. That is away
ahead of walnut or a fruit sundae. 6t
Italian and Jugo-SIav Affairs Not in
the Treaty with
Paris, June 2. The peace terms
terms presented to the Austrians to today
day today were presented without the prob problem
lem problem of Italy's Adriatic terms solved.
The council of four held a brief meet.,
ing before going to St. Germain, this
morning, Premier "Orlando of Italy
and Col. House of the United States,
being present. The Adriatic question
was discussed at the meeting.
ANGELES IS AMIABLE
Washington, June i. Gen. Felipe
Angeles, recently proclaimed by Vil Villa's
la's Villa's forces as provincial president of
Mexico, has sent a communication to
Washington for presentation to the
state department, setting forth his
objects in leading the revolution in
progress in northern Mexico.
Acting Secretary Polk said that no
communication had been received, as
Carranza was president of Mexico and
General Angeles a rebel operating
against the constituted authority. He
made it plain, however, that General
Angeles was regarded as an excel excellent
lent excellent soldier with, good record.
- In the communication which he
hoped would reach the department,
General Angeles declared the primary
purpose of his .revolution was to re restore
store restore the constitution of 1857, which,
he pointed out, provides for the legal
change of the fundamental laws of
the country and which makes the
Queretaro constitution utterly illegal.
He promised protection to all legal in interests
terests interests of Mexicans ancT foreigners
and said he wanted to restore law nd
order in all parts of the, republic.
General Angeles emphasized that
he would not deal with Felix Diaz,
Gen. Manual Mondragon, Rudolf o
Reyes, former President de la Barra
or any one who was a member of the
Huerta cabinet, at the time of the
Madero assassination. Mondragon
recently attempted to effect a union
of the rebels in the south under Felix
Diaz, and himself with the v Villa
forces in the north, but failed.
Reports reaching Washington thru
various sources tell of bodies of for former
mer former Villastas and many- Mexicans
who oppose Carranza's regime, in dif
ferent parts of Mexico, rallying to
Angeles' standard upon learning that
be had been proclaimed provisional
LITTLE JUANITA MARSH
Juanita, the infant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. F, Marsh, died this morn morning
ing morning at their residence on Watula
street after an illness of two weeks.
The friends of this couple as much
grieved for them in their great los
and express the prof oundest sympa
thy for them in their bereavement.
The funeral services will be held to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning at Fort McCoy and
Rev. Boatwright will officiate. E. C.
Jordan & Co. will have charge of the
Three cousins of Joe J. Loy, the
murdered Chinaman, arrived from
Jacksonville Sunday morning, to look
after the affairs of their dead kins
man. They returned today, leaving
Loy's remains with Jordan & Co., who
will send them to Jacksonville Thurs
day. No arrests have yet been made
in this case. The officers may have
some clues, but they will not talk. A
great many rumors are flying around,
but no basis has been found for them.
The impression prevails that the mur
der -was committed by a man and a
woman; that Loy had no chance to
defend 'himself, but was struck from
behind and knocked senseless and then
his throat was cut. The most preva prevalent
lent prevalent theory of the case is robbery, but
Sheriff. Galloway thinks there is an
other reason. It is reported that Loy
had a large sum of money Saturday
! night,- but this may be classed with
the other reports. It is understood
that Loy did his banking in Jackson
ville, going there to deposit his money
every few weeks. So far as the Star
can learn, he did not have an account
with any Ocala bank, and generally
had a hundred dollars or more on him.
If he was killed any time before two
o'clock in the morning, the criminal
or criminals could have made a safe
getaway on one of the night trains
and been in Georgia before the mur
der was discovered. The officers think,
however, that the criminals are yet
somewhere in. or near Ocala.
BANKS WILL OBSERVE
Tuesday, June 3, being Jefferson
Davis' birthday and consequently a
legal holiday in the state of Florida
the following banks will be closed:
Ocala National Bank.
Munroe & Chambliss National
That the Allies Will Allow Before
Signing the Treaty by
I the Germans
Paris, June" 2.; The reply of the al al-ed
ed al-ed and associated governments to
the German counter proposals, the
Echo de Paris declares, will be hand
ed to Count Von BrockdorfF-Rantzau
rriday. It will constitute a refusal
of the 'German proposals. The Ger
mans, the newspaper adds, will be
told they must accept or. refuse the
allied conditions before June 25th.
REVOLUTION IN COSTA RICA
San Salvador, June 2. The govern
ments of Guatemala, Honduras and
Nicaragua have recognized the bel-
igerency of the anti-Tinoco- revolu revolu-ionists
ionists revolu-ionists in Costa Rica, according to a
dispatch received here from Nicara Nicaragua.
gua. Nicaragua. The revolutionists, advices
state, have received considerable re
MAY'S RECORD OF
TROOPS BROUGHT HOME
New York, June 1. Of the 320,000
troops brought home from overseas
ast month vessels operated by the
cruiser and transport force of the
navy carried more than 300,900.
This represents the work for eighty eighty-nine
nine eighty-nine ships, former German liners,
converted freighters and battleships,
and the cruisers fitted for transports.
The latest additional troop-carrying
force, the giant Imperator, will sail on
her first return trip from the United
States since the war began in 1914,
today. She can carry 1200 officers and
5500 men 6700 passengers in all,
with a crew of 2200.
Several of the ships, including the
Leviathan and the Great Northern,
made two round trips during the
month. As to the number of troops
carried since the armistice was sign signed,
ed, signed, the Leviathan leads, followed by
he Manchuria, America and Aga
With" 189J troops the steamship
Louisville arrived here Saturday from
Brest. The Louisville carried also
fcrty-three wives and 115 children of
soldiers, one officer and 547 men of
the riavy, and twenty-two wives and
fcrty-three children of soldiers.
The cruiser Pueblo, also from
Brest, carried 1799 troops of the 142d
Infantry Thirty-sixth division.
The famous 98th pursuit squadron,
ed by Capt. Eddie Rickenbacher, re.
turned Saturday on the transport
Nashville. The unit was credited
with downing 70 enemy planes, of
ficially, and unofficially, with 42 more.
olic and Protestant, have died for it
in five armed rebellions in the last
125 years. It was designed by Wolfe
Tone, the Protestant leader of Ire
land, m 1798, who paid with his life
for his' leadership.
The display of the new flag created
a great' deal of gossip in official cir circles.
cles. circles. It Was also stated by those in
charge of the Irish cause that the
new republic already has its envoy in
this country. He is Patrick McCar-
tan, residing temporarily in Philadel Philadelphia.
phia. Philadelphia. Just when the Irish republic
will establish an embassy or legation
m Washington is not known.
Piogram of W. M. U. District Meeting
of Marion Association, to be? Held
at Anthony, Thursday, June 5th, at
10 O'clock a. m.
f Devotional: Mrs. Boatwright.
Song, All Hail the Power of Jesus
Prayer: Rev. R. Strickland.
Welcome: Mrs. R. A. Dodd.
Response: Mrs. Scofield.
Roll call. Report of societies.
Outline of Year's Work: Mrs. Van
Plea for Our Young People: Mrs.
T I. Arnold, Jacksonville.
Standard of Excellence: Mrs. T. N.
Song, Jesus Calls Us.
Prayer: Rev." Boatwright.
2 p. m. Devotional: Mrs. Rorex.
Song, Count Your Blessings.
Prayer: Rev. C. M. Brittain.
The Church Building Fund: Mrs. J.
Tithing-Stewardship: Mrs. W. T.
Baptist Literature:-Mrs. R. S trick
Columbia College-Orphanage: Mrs.
Mission Study Classes: Mrs. Duval.
Offering for state missions.
Round table led by Mrs. Strange.
Small want ads. will sell big things.
The Anti-Monopoly is serving Ma Ma-cronut
cronut Ma-cronut Sundae now. That is away
ahead of walnut or a fruit sundae. 6t
Coblenz Has Been Chosen by the
German Secessionists as
Paris, June 2. Coblenz will be the
capital of the new Rhine republic pro.
claimed yesterday in several Rhine
cities. The new government and na national
tional national assembly will meet there but
the provisional government will sit at
ANOTHER WAR IN
THE NEAR EAST
Paris, June 2. A new, if small,
was has developed in the east with
the Greeks and Itaalians pitted
rgainst the Turks. Greeks marched
from Symrna occupied Afium-Kara-hissar,
and Italian cavalry, .disem-.
barking at Adalia, reached Koniah,
cutting the Bagdad railroad in two
places. Disorganized remnants of the
old Turkish army contested the Greek
and Italian advance, the succeeding
skirmishes, resulting in casualties, es especially
pecially especially for the Turks.
At DeLand yesterday the Florida
State Automobile Association met in
annual session and passed upon some
very important highway matters
vhich ultimately will affect the thou thousands
sands thousands and thousands cf motorists in
Florida and those who enter the state
during the winter season.
The next annual meeting, which
will be held in February, 1920, vill
be-held at Ocala. It was decided to
hmold trj -annual meetings hereafter.
Ia October, 1919, Lakeland will play
host to the good roads boosters, but
the real annual meeting goes to
Mr. P. K. Valkenburgh, secretary
of the association, in his annual re report
port report told 'of the wonderful progress
made by the .association since its
creation two years ago. There are
now nearly 30 clubs throughout Flor Florida
ida Florida with a paid up membership of
1024,and about one-half that many
vh6 have not paid their dues. Last
year $13,000 passed through th
headquarters at Orlando and thou thousands
sands thousands of motorists received pouring
information either in writing or in
The important business consisted
of the following:
1. Endorsing a resolution calling
for the immediate passage of the two two-mill
mill two-mill levy by the legislature to meet
the federal requirements.
2. Opposing the "ad valorem" tax
3. Passing of resolutions calling
upon the boards of trade throughout
Florida to back up the above resolu resolutions.
tions. resolutions. 4. Endorsing the automobile reci reciprocity
procity reciprocity law which throws a protection
around the winter visitors who enter
Florida during the winter who have
paid an auto tax in their respective
5. Opposing by a unanimous vote
the original .Wilder highway bill
which has met with such .thorough
dissatisfaction over the state.
6. Endorsing a move to aid the
sheriffs in collecting auto taxes from
delinquents who deliberately evade
7. Endorsing a resolution that all
horse-driven vericles should carry
front and rear lights at night.
8. Carrying and endorsing the Hull
motion for a better protection for
roads and bridges.
9. Endorsing a resolution that all
dub money collected should be ex expended
pended expended through the executive com committee
mittee committee for the carrying out of all
maters pertaining to road improve improvements
ments improvements signs, legislation, etc
It was voted to hold tri-annual
meetings in an effort to arouse state statewide
wide statewide enthusiasm. Hereafter these
meetings will be held in February,
June and October of each year.
The following officers .were elected:
President, M. M. Smith, Orlando;
vice presidents, C. A. Childs, Eustis;
F. O. Miller, Jacksonville; C. A. Dre Dre-ka,
ka, Dre-ka, DeLand; D. S. Welch, Oldsmar;
M. F. Hetherington, Lakeland; W. F.
Glynn, Crescent City; A. C. Blowers,
Ocala; directors, T. Ed. Bryan, Tam-t
pa; H. H. Curtis, West Palm Beach;
J. A. Fisk, Cocoa; William Haley,
New Smyrna; J. II. Cooper, Winter
Garden; treasurer, John Bass, Orlan Orlando;
do; Orlando; secretary, P. K. Van Valken-
burgh, Orlando; and head of legal de
partment, John M. Cheney, Orlando.
"The most wonderful preparation I
ever used, my trouble has gone," is
what hundreds say. Listen, if you
have ECZEMA, ITCH or other skin
trouble, send $1 right now for S. A.
W. and rejoice you saw this advertise advertisement.
ment. advertisement. South African Wonder Com
pany, Jacksonville, Fla. 2-3t
Light Buick Six, big bargain, per
fect condition. R, R. Carroll. 31-4t
And their Staunch and Swift Craft
are Heartily Appreciated
London, June 2. With the NC-4
resting in a British harbor, London
newspapers this mornina give much
greater prominence than heretofore
to the American conquest of the At Atlantic,
lantic, Atlantic, printing long accounts of the
seaplane's arrival at Plymouth, the
reception for the crew in London, as
well as pictures of the machine and
the men who brought her across the
Atlantic. While editorial comment is
not universal, what appears is entire entirely
ly entirely appreciative. The crew of the NC-4
are planning for a return trip to
America; via Ireland and Newfound Newfoundland.
BOARD MEETINGS IN ORLANDO
Joe L. Earman, chairman of the
state plant board of Jacksonville, has
called the regular monthly meeting of
the board of control and the state
plant board to be held in Orlando
Monday, June O. The following com
mittee comprises the personnel of
both boards: Joe L. Earman, chair chairman,
man, chairman, Jacksonville; E. L. Wartmann,
Citra; T. B. Kiug, Arcadia; J. CB.
Hodges, Lake City.
FLAG OF TIIE NEW
The flag of the new Irish republic
has appeared in Washington.
Flags are a common sight in the
nation's capital, particularly those
flying from embassies and legation
of foreign governments, but the tri tricolor
color tricolor of the new Irish republic at attracted
tracted attracted unusual attention as it flew
over the Irish National Bureau.
The new Irish flag, despite reports
from abroad that Ireland could not
govern itself on account of religious
differences, "typifies complete Irish
unity." Green and orange, with the
white of peace between, are Ireland's
new national colors. The sight of
orange in the flag caused a great deal
of comment, but it was explained that
Irishmen both Catholic and Protest
ant will not longer permit "wornout
shibboleths and catch cries" propagat propagated
ed propagated by outsiders to stand in the way of
the allegiance which all Irishmen bear
to their native land.
It is not a new flag. It is more
than 125 years old. Irishmen, Cath-
Mr. R. W. Burch of Plant City is in
Sibbald Wilson is home from the
University of Florida.
Mrs. Anna Tweedy has returned
from a business trip to Tallahassee.
Cody Landrum of Williston was in
town Sunday, visiting Mrs. R. A.
Sandifer, his aunt.
Our former fellow citizen, Mr. T. D.
Bryan, now of Nichols, was greeting
his numerous Ocala friends last week.
Mr. II. F. Kuhlmeyer, the well-
known melon buyer for a big Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati firm, is making his annual visit to
Miss Mae Morse of Tallahassee,
state dairy inspector, was in the city
Saturday, the guest of Mrs. J. R.
Messrs. Gus Johnson of Jackson
ville of the Willys-Overland Co., C.
Wagner and E. Culver of Atlanta,
have been in the city visiting the local
agent for the Overland, Mr. B. F.
M. S. Wiggins of Washington, with
the U. S. bureau for marketing mel
ons, is in the city, with his headquar
ters at the Board of Trade. He will
receive and give out the markets eve
"Deafy," the deaf and dumb girl,
while out on the streets Saturday
night, had her handbag snatched by a
negro, who jerked her off her feet
when she tried to hold it. The hand
bag was recovered, but the would-be
thief made his escape.
Mr. George Howell, who with Mrs.
Howell have been visiting friends and
relatives in Marion county, was in
town today. He was going back to
Jacksonville, to resume work, but
Mrs. Howell will remain with her
mother at Fort McCoy for a few
No appetite? Then take a bottle of
PEPTONA. Only one dollar at Gerig'a
Drug Store. 23-tf
W. XL Lane, EL D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Lav Lihrary Boildin;, Ocala,
Use the Star want ads for results.
Postmaster General Burleson Con Confronted
fronted Confronted by Telegraphers, Hastens
to Eat Humble Pie 0
. Washington, June 2 President
Konenkamp of the telegraphers' union
stated today no date had been set for
a nation-wide telegraphers' strike and
that the threatened walkout in At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta wa spurely a local matter. Al Almost
most Almost simultaneously with Mr. Konen Konen-kamp's
kamp's Konen-kamp's statement, Postmaster Gener General
al General Burleson announced if telephone
operators in Atlanta had been dis dismissed
missed dismissed on account of their union af affiliations,
filiations, affiliations, they would be reinstalled
immediately and steps would be taken
to discipline responsible officials of
the Southern Bell Telephone company.
Washington, June 2 The condition
of the cotton crop was 75.7 per cent
of normal on May 25th, the depart department
ment department of agriculture announced today,
in the first report of the season. No
estimates of the area planted were
made. These will be announced in
Washington, June 2. Debate on
the bill to repeal the war-time semi-
luxury taxes continued in the House
today with the probability that the
measure would be passed and sent to
the Senate before night.
Washington, June 2. Railroad
freight and passenger rate increases
made by the railroad administration
last Jane were upheld today ty the
NOTICE TO BAPTISTS
Every member of the Baptist
church is solicited to assist in supply supplying
ing supplying the pantry with edibles for our
pastor who will arrive and begin,
housekeeping this week. All articles
can be sent to Mrs. P. Y. Whiteside,
720 South .Third street.
Mrs. L.W. Duval,
Chairman of Committee.
Today: Sessue Hayakawa in "His
Tomorrow: Alice Brady in "The In
Wednesday: George Walsh in
"Never Say Quit."
NOTICE TO U. C. Y.
The members of Dickison Chapter,
U. D. C, most cordially invite the
veterans .and their wives to the an annual
nual annual dinner to be given by this organ
ization on June 3rd, in memory of the
birthday of Jefferson Davis. The din dinner
ner dinner will be served at the Ocala House
at 12 o'clock. 2t
Candfer, May 28. -Mr. Henry Clark
has returned to his summer home in
Southampton, L. I.
Mrs. J. N. Marshall was the guest
part of the past week of her son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Marshall at Oklawaha.
Mrs. Lucy Freeman and Miss Eliz Elizabeth
abeth Elizabeth Freeman, after spending a
week among familiar scenes, return returned
ed returned to Auburndale last Monday.
Mr. II. W. Baxter is shipping
peaches from his home orchard.-
Albert Marshall was the week-end
guest of Oklawaha relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Mathews and
Mr. II. W. Baxter, accompanied by
Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Fisk of East East-lake,
lake, East-lake, composed a merry, all day fish fishing
ing fishing party to White's ferry, the first
part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. McGee were recent
spend the day guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Brown at their luxuriant farra
beyond Belleview. ?
Eddie Lopez of Ocala, with the
other members of the Fourth Infan Infantry
try Infantry band, have had a trip to England.
U appears that all the bands in the
Army of Occupation had a competi competition,
tion, competition, with the trip to England as the
prize, and the Fourth's band won.
There was considerable excitement
on the streets yeslerday afternoon
when it was reported that a posse had
gone to a house north of town to cap capture
ture capture a man believed to be implicated
in the murder of Joe Loy. The man,
however, was only suspected of being
the thief who stole Mr. Luca3 valua valuables
bles valuables Saturday. He was at the housw
of a colored man some three miles
out, who cent word where the suspect
was. Several officers jumped into a
Ford and lit out, but the suspect
heard them coming and also lit out,
and being a good runner he escaped.
The "EVERSHARP" percil is al always
ways always sharp never sharpented. Noth Nothing
ing Nothing could please any writer more. Sold
by the COURT PHARMACY. 2-Ct
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the coast artillery, being stationed at
Fort Dade. He is a thoroughly reli
able man and a competent officer and
Governor Catts has made a good se
IT IS TIME TO DRIVE. THEM OUT
It is the general belief that the
legislature is incompetent," and many
people fear that in its last-days it
will become impotent.
It's the Star's opinion that this
"Jennines-Wilder-Scruggs road bill
is intended primarily to keep the con
vict lease system in operation.
Perhaps Speaker' Wilder is a re
incarnation of -Speaker Tom Reed,
whose autocratic rules in Congress
caused the overwhelming defeat of
his party in 1890.-
Mathematical puzzle for American
wets to amuse themselves with next
year: How much sugar and lemons
and whisky would it take to make the
water in Lake Superior fit to drink?
The Gainesville Sun, which has
been issued six mornings in the week,
is now a seven-day paper. We con congratulate
gratulate congratulate our contemporary on this
accurate manifestation of progress.
The woman's committee, which did
such noble work for the Victory Loan,
have presented the editor of the Star
a Victory medal. We appreciate their
kindness, but we don't know what wre
have done to deserve the honor.
Gov. Jennings was not a good influ influence
ence influence on state affairs. Its best an
swer is what the Tampa Tribune calls
the "JenningSrWilder-Scruggs road
bil, which may cost Florida federal
aid for its roads.
Says the Miami Herald: "James E.
McCants, whom the governor hay
just appointed adjutant general of
the state, to replace J. B. Christian,
removed, is well known in Miami,
where he is a frequent visitor. The
new adjutant general, although a
young man, is a veteran of the Spanish-American
war. He has served foi foi-the
the foi-the past nineteen months as major of
There was one good thing about the
war. It caused the vagrants to make
themselves scarce. During the latter
part of last year, few were seen in
They have been gradually coming
baxk, and in the past few weeks have
been almost swarming.
In-certain parts of the city, from
breakfast time until after midnight,
scores of able-bodied men and boys
and not a few dissolute women can be
sten hanging around. These people
do not work, therefore they either
steal from or impose on the indus industrious.
trious. industrious. Idleness, in the present condition
of the world is acrime, and a loafer,
white or colored is a criminal be
side, the crime of loafing leads to
There have been a number of thefts
in the last few weeks, and Friday
night Joe Loy, an industrious and in
offensive man, was most foully mur murdered.
dered. murdered. Saturday morning, a citizen's
house was entered and a number of
valuables taken. Saturday night, a
woman was knocked down on a pub public
lic public street, and her purse taken. Every
Saturday night, for the past few
weeks, the usually quiet, orderly
crowds on tne streets nave had a
sprinkling of drunken men, and there
are several dives around town that
are filled with loafers and toughs un until
til until late hours.
We can't allow this sort of men and
women around our town. Not only
people's property and the lives of citi citizens
zens citizens but our women and girls are in
danger. When a citizen whose home
is somewhat isolated goes away from
is at night, or even in broad daylight,
for a few hours, he knows not what
may happen before his return.
We have less than half a dozen po policemen
licemen policemen and county officers, and they
can't be everywhere at once. But they
can arrest all idle men and dissolute
women and bring them before the
city and county courts, and the said
courts should put these men and worn
en at hard work, with armed guards
over them, on the streets and roads.
If the officers and courts cannot or
will not do this, it is time for the cit
izens of this community to form a
vigilance committee and protect them themselves,
selves, themselves, their families and their neigh
The other day, the Gainesville Sun
wanted to know why the Star said ex
nile court of Hillsborough county.
Oscar Hilburn is the son of Rev. and
Mrs. J. P. Hilburn and passed three
of his boyhood years in Ocala. He
has just returned from France, where
he made a most honorable record.
The federal board for vocational
education is training men in four lines
of work, generally speaking, namely:
agriculture, industry, commerce and
the professions. The belief of the
board, which it endeavors to live up
to, is that disabled men should go
back to their own states -for their
training, if possible. The board is
using private commercial colleges for
the commercial education of disabled
men, because they are accustomed to
dealing with individual students, with
different degrees of education, who
enter the course at irregular inter intervals.
vals. intervals. Land grant colleges are being
used for agricultural training, and
whenever practical for engineering
courses as well. Industrial trade
schools and shops and plants of all
kinds in many places are being used
the board is to keep the men con-1
tented during their period of train-!
ing, and, as a rule this is best accom accomplished
plished accomplished by placing the men near their
own people, and among familiar sur
J. A. Griffin, zone chairman of the
various liberty loan drives, and who
will be the principal speaker at the
launching of the Tampa, June 12,
with "How the Steamship Tampa Was
Launched" as his subject, was voted
the handsome silver loving cup offer
ed by the Beckwith-Range Jewelery
Company for the best individual work
of the victory loan drive. The cup
was won by the division headed by A.
W. Perkins for best team work, they
to vote it to the individual they deem,
ed most deserved it, and they elected
Mr. Griffin. At the launching of the
Tampa H. C. Gordon will present the
honor flag and the perfect score flag
to the mayor, who will receive them
for the city. Tampa Times.
Mr. Griffin is a son of Mr. A. R.
Griffin of Ocala and a brother of
Messrs. DeWitt and Albert-Griffin of
The Hun submarine raid on the
American Atlantic coast broke out a
year ago today. It was intended to
stop the progress of American troops
to France. Some fifteen or twenty
unarmed vessels were sunk, but not a
single transport was touched, nor
even changed its sailing date.
Gov. Catts has appointed Lieut.
Oscar P." Hilburn judge of the juve-
It is reported from Tallahassee that
Gov. Catts says he will not sign any
good roads bill unless the work is left
i; charge of the board of state insti institutions.
tutions. institutions. In his message at the open opening
ing opening session of the legislature, Gov.
Catts plainly said that he and the
n.embers of his cabinet already had
toe much to do.
SILVER SPRMGS-OCALA BUS SERVICE
Comfortable Bus Will Until Further Notice
Run Between Ocala and Silver Springs on
Sundays and Thursdays on the following
Schedule, Leaving Ocala from Court House
Says the Leesburg Commercial:
"The first deal of the big fruit com combine
bine combine was the purchase of the grove of
the Carney Investment Company, 200
acros of grove and SOO acres of addi additional
tional additional land to set to grove, at Lake
Weir. This is between Leesburg and
Ocala and is one of the finest proper properties
ties properties in Florida."
A year ago, a big batch of Com Company
pany Company A boys, who had been homt
from Camp Wheeelr for a brief fur furlough,
lough, furlough, left for camp, and a speedy
transference to the front. The best
thing about this item is that most of
these boys, after doing their duty,
have either returned home safe or will
George W. Whitehurst, county
judge of DeSoto county, was appoint appointed
ed appointed by Gov. Catts judge of the new
12th judicial circuit, for a term of six
years. This circuit is comprised of
Lee and DeSoto counties and was
created Thursday by the legislature.
Two years ago today, the American
mission to Russia landed at Vladivos Vladivostok.
tok. Vladivostok. The principal thing accomplish-
ea oy tnis mission was in maKing me
American people wise to the fact that
they knew nothing about Russia.
. A year ago, the transport President
Lincoln was torpedoed. She was a
converted German liner and carried
thousands of American troops to
France before she was sunk.
The Hillsborough county school
board has raised the salaries of its
teachers to the full amount of the
funds at its disposal and yet the
teachers are not satisfied.
A year afro, the twelve-billion-
dollar army appropriation bill passed
Ocala people generally are opposed
to the "Jennings-Wilder-Scruggs
bill. They would rather have none.
Lv. Ocala Lv. Silver Spgs.
1:30 P. M 2:00 P. M.
3:30 P. M 4:00 P. M.
5:30 P. M 7:00 P. M.
7-30 P. M 8:00 P. M.
9:30 P. 31 10:00 P. M.
Lv. Ocala Lv. Silver Spgs.
9:00 A. M 2:00 P. M.
1:30 P. M 4:00 P. M.
3:30 P. M 7:00 P. M.
5:30 P. M 8:00 P. M.
9:30 P. M 10:00 P. 31.
Eel. Cariniicliaiel9 Proprietor
The Ford Sedan is a splendid car
for the farmer because it is good and
comfortable every day in the year. It
has all the utility of a touring car with
the niceties of the high-class car. The
wife and children enjoy the refinements
and comforts. It is easy for women to
operate, is always reliable, as well as
economical. Your early order is solic solicited
ited solicited because the big Ford Factory is a
good ways from normal production, and
with us, it is first come, first supplied.
Sedan, r$775; Coupe, $650; Runabout,
$500; Touring Car, $525; Truck Chassis,
$550. These prices f. o. b. Detroit.
Ocala - Florida
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We will open our filling station on Monday, June 2nd. We have installed
a BRADY Visible Measure Gasoline Dispenser which insures to
our patrons accurate measure of gasoline purchased.
You see What
And Get What You Pay For"
These Extracts Speak for Themselves
LOSS OVER HALF A MILLION IN
According to a "test conducted
among scattered filling stations in De Detroit
troit Detroit some months ago, under the city
sealer's supervision, the average
shortage in the amounts provided
struck an average of 7 per ceit, tho
in some places the shortage was as
high as 18 per cent, nearly one gallon
in five. If this average shortage has
been maintained since, and the deal dealer's
er's dealer's association asserts there is evi evidence
dence evidence that it has and in this it is
fortified by the bureau of standards
report the average loss to automo automo-bilists
bilists automo-bilists amounts in dollars to $537,000
annually. The Nashville Tennessee Tennessee-an,
an, Tennessee-an, Nov. 19, 1916.
Brady Pumps prevent, this loss.
THE ELUSIVE MEASURING PUMP
- The tolerances for gasoline measur measuring
ing measuring pumps adopted by the Bureau of
Standards are 1 cubic inch in defic deficiency
iency deficiency and 2 cubic inches in excess. Of
79 measuring systems of various
types selected at random and tested
in different cities, 55, or 70 per cent,
showed errors in excess of the tol tolerances
erances tolerances allowed Scientific American,
Jan. 6, 1917.
-Nothing exclusive about the
Brady method. You see what you get,
and get what you pay for.
THE EXPERIENCE EVERYWHERE
"As typical of what can be done by
local authorities may be mentioned
the results of inspection ni gasoline
pumps in Philadelphia. In 1914 ap approximately
proximately approximately 93 per cent of all gaso gasoline
line gasoline pumps were on an average 8.75
cubic inches or 3 per cent short per
gallon. This meant a loss to motor motorists
ists motorists of nearly $500,000 per year."
Scientific American, Jan. 6, 1917.
By using the Brady Pump this
loss can be prevented.
There was found but a single city
in the entire state of Illinois in which
the work of inspection and testing
was adequately done. In one place, of
22 measuring pumps tested and pass passed
ed passed by the local sealer, only four were
found by the Bureau of Standards'
inspector within the tolerances allow allowed.
ed. allowed. Individual pumps were found hav having
ing having maximum errors of 18 and 14 per
cent, respectively, all in deficiency.
Scientific. American, Jan. 6, 1917.
Errors cannot be traced to a
Brady Pump once right, always
We Sell Texaco Procllocts 2
M. Malmi Street
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JUNE 2, 1919
at the lowest price
The way to insure this
is for every good Ameri American
can American to be as thrifty as pos possible.
sible. possible. Labor and raw ma materials
terials materials should be devoted
to useful, necessary arti articles.
cles. articles. Buy? only what you
need; get full value for
everything you by. Invest
carefully. Small sums put
into Thrift or Government
Savings Stamps help to se secure
cure secure peace for the Nation
and to secure future for
Munroe & Chambliss
Ocala - Florida
LTT. IZLAR, GARY BLOCK
t i in i i
Local Agent for the
PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO.
About the new Life Policies now
being written hy this grand old
F. W.DITTO, OCALA ,FLA.
CALL PHONE 13
When You Want
We call for your work and
make prompt return delivery.
MARION PRESSING CLUB
Smith & Garrett, Props.
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:50 am. J'cksonvllle-NewYork 2:50 am.
1:56 pm. Jacksonville 3:06 pro.
4:07 Dm. Jacksonville 5:10 p.m
! Tampa )
Manatee C 2:50 am.
St. Petersburg )
3:26 pm. Tampa-Manatee 1:41pm.
6:10 pm. Tampa-SL Petersburg 4:07 pm.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 pm J'cksonville-New York 3:15 am.
1:45 pm. J'ksonville-G'Inesville 3:35 pm.
6:42 am. J'ksonville-G'nesville 10:13 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pet'abrg -Lakeland 2:12 aw.
3:35 pm St. Pet'sburg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wllcox
7:40 am. Du'nellon-L.'keland 11:03 pm.
5:25 pm." Homosassa 1:35 pm.
10:13 pm. Leesburg 6:42 am.
4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Tbursday, Saturday.
RMver & laclay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALIIERS
PHONES 47. 104. 583
If you have any society items,
please phone One-Two-One (121).
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Blackburn and
children are spending a few days in
Mrs. L. R. Chazal and family are
spending this week at their summer
home at Eastlake.
ANTICOR the perfect safety CORN
RAZOR, sold by the Court Pharmacy.
Mrs. C. L. Wilson of Lakeland is
the guest of her daughter. Mrs. Ira
Barnett for a few weeks.
N. I. Gottlieb, a former Ocala man,
opened an art studio in the Raymond
building Monday. Lakeland Advertiser.
Miss Jewel Wenona Marlow was
married to Mr. Harry J. McCully, by
Rev. Smith Hardin at the Methodist
parsonage Sunday afternoon. The
wedding was witnessed by Misses
Inez and Pauline Collins and Mr.
Glyndon Hall. The young couple left
at once for their home near Fellow Fellowship.
ship. Fellowship. Mr. McCully is an intelligent and
progressive young farmer of the Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship section, a son of Mr. S. J. Mc McCully,
Cully, McCully, a prominent citizen of that
part of the county. His bride is a
daughter of Mrs. R. A. Sandifer of
this city, a most charming and ac accomplished
complished accomplished girl, and highly valued b
all her Ocala friends as well as those
near Blitchton, where she made her
home before coming to Ocala. Mr. and
Mrs. McCully make a very fine young
couple and have the sincere good
wishes of all their friends. j
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Eastman Kodaks and Films to be
had in Ocala only at Gerig's Drug
Miss Alta Niblack, who has been
visiting in Ocala for the past two
months, has returned to her home in
Mrs. Charles Fox of St. Petersburg
i.i expected to arrive this week for a
short visit with her parents, Mr. and
31rs. .frrank Drake.
Rooms for iignt housekeeping at
Lake Weir with bathing room priv privileges
ileges privileges at the lake. Mrs. R. L. Martin,
Lake Weir, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Borland and
son, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Hocker
and son and Master Ted Drake went
to Daytona Beach Saturday. Mrs.
Borland and Mrs. Hocker and children
will- spend the week there, while Mr.
Hocker and Mr. Borland will return
to Ocala today.
Try SKID-DO-SKEETER once. It
runs them celan out of the house. Sold
cnly by the Anti-Monopoly Drug
Stone. Phone 123. 28-6t
Following a list of articles that
were loaned to the Red Cross. We are
asking that if the owners want the
articles named, thev will nlasp rail
for them -at the Red Cross headquar
ters (Board of Trade room). Hours
10 a. m. to 1 p. m. Call during the
week beginning June 2.
The articles are: one pair of rub rubbers,
bers, rubbers, one gold thimble, one silver
thimble, tables knives, three trunks,
several pairs of scissors.
Marion County Chapter
American Red Cross.
Misses Lucile Gissendaner, Grace
Thomas, Catharine Henry, Helen
Jones, Virginia Beckham and Loureen
Spencer returned this morning from
several days visit to Spencer's island
on the gulf. They had a wonderfully
good time, boating, swimming and
Another shipment of the famous
Alma Zada Face Powre in at Gerig's
Drug Store. 28-tf
Among the State Federation notes
in the Tampa Times is the following:
' The park committee has been pre presented
sented presented with a pair of andirons for the
lodge,, by Mrs. E..H. Mote, of Lees-
burg, and with some bulbs of a rare
and beautiful lily, called the Holy
Lily, from Mrs. Geonre M. Wrisrht of
"A Taste of Life," at the Temnle
Saturday night was Edith Roberts, in
all kinds of a scrape, which to the
great relief of the audience she finally
emerged from unscathed. Sessue Ha-
yawaka in "His Birthright," will be
tne attraction tonight, and tomorrow
beautiful Alice Brady will be with us
in "The Indestructible Wife."
Let me install a Delco System at
your country home. L. A. Gabel,
dealer, Ocala, Fla. 27-6t v
Mrs. E. J. Crook returned home
Saturday afternoon from a few days'
visit to her brother, Mr. Horatio Nel
son and family. Mrs. Crook went
especially to see her brother and his
family, who are moving immediately
to JNew York. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson
are well known in Ocala, having visit visited
ed visited here several times, and their
friends here will be sorry to hear that
they are going so far away to live.
SAN TOX VELVET LOTION is
not sticky, will rub in dry. Particular Particularly
ly Particularly beneficial for sunburn. Sold by the
COURT PHARMACY. 2-6t
That excellent quarter of young
men, consisting of Frank B. Gates,
Earl Mayo, Earl C. Smajl and W. A.
Altman, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Charles, went out to the indus industrial
trial industrial school Sunday afternoon and ac accompanied
companied accompanied on the piano by Miss Alda
Sams, the teacher at the school, gave
Miss Davis and the girls an hour of
fine music. These young men have
good voices and good training, and
make up a quartet difficult to excel.
Mr. M. M. Little, who besides at attending
tending attending to his flourishing shoe busi business,
ness, business, is grand secretary of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Odd Fellows, teacher of the men's
class of the Methodist Sunday school
and usher for the church, nevertheless
finds time to ride his bicycle out to the
Ocala Industrial School every Sunday
afternoon, and lead a Sunday school
made up of the students of that insti institution.
tution. institution. Mr. Little's Sunday school
programs are simple and direct, con consisting
sisting consisting of a number of good, old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned hymns, accompanied on the
school's excellent piano, and a brief
discussion of the lesson, in which he
induces the scholars to join as much
as possible. His work is highly ap appreciated
preciated appreciated by Miss Davis and her girls,
who enter thoroughly into the spirit
of the Sunday school study.
Try SKID-DO-SKEETER once. It
runs them celan out of the house. Sold
only by the' Anti-Monopoly Drug
Lynne, May 28. Miss Gladys and
Allen and Robert Stanaland attended
the commencement exercises in Ocala
Quite a jolly party attended the
picnic at Cabbage Landing on the Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha last Saturday. Mr. Macon
carried a large party on "his boat, the
V 1919, with three rowboats in tow
all filled with merry folks. Mr. George
Randall had as his sruests
Josephine Mr. Lonnie Randall, Robert
T m mm -fc.
cgers, uiadys Stanaland, Jennie
Rogers, Wynona Randall and Allen
Rogers. Mrs. O. H. Rogers chap chaperoned
eroned chaperoned the party. Most of the day
was spent bathing in the beautiful
waters of the silvery river.
Mrs. O. H. Rogers is expecting a
visit from her brother and sister-in-
law, Lieut. R. B. Perry, U. S. A., and
Miss Gladys Stanaland is spending
this wek in Ocala. with h er sister
Mrs. John R. Rogers.
'Mr. Clarence Blackburn, traveling
for an insurance company from New
-r i r i
xui-k, is m ucaia and expects to visit
The National Orange Drink
BANISH that scorching thirst joy joyfully,
fully, joyfully, completely with refresh refreshing,
ing, refreshing, delicious Orange-Crush.
Brimful of the full flavor of the natur natural
al natural orange, delightfully carbonated, Orange-Crush
is the. perfect thirst-quencher.
Its champagne glow its refresh-
ing zest make irresistible appeal.
Try Orange-Crush today. You'll like
it immensely. We especially re recommend
commend recommend Orange-Crush for the home.
Our modern bottling establishment
guards the purity o f Orange-Crush.
Order a case today. Obtainable
wherever soft drinks are sold.
his aunt, Mrs. O. H. Rogers at Lynne
before returning home.
Mrs. J. W: Stevens has as her guests
for a week her mother and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Carey Stevens of Port In In-glis.
glis. In-glis. Mr. Robert Rogers is touring on
the East Coast with Mr. Ford of the
Muclan Farms. They expect to be
gone for a week.
Weihe Co., the Ocala jewelers, will
close at 1 p. m. Thursdays, during the
summer, beginning Thursday, May
Why not put in a Delco Lighting
System now and enjoy its benefits
during the summer? L. A. Gable,
dealer, Ocala, Fla. 27-6t
Light Buick Six, big bargain, per perfect
fect perfect condition. R. R. Carroll. 31-4t
SEIID YOUR BOY
Camp Sapphire, located near Bre Brevard,
vard, Brevard, N. C, will open its seventh ses session
sion session July 2. The mountain hikes, wa water
ter water sports, athletics, military and tu tutoring
toring tutoring under men of experience will
do your boy good. All Florida boys
will leafe Jacksonville July 1 accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Prof. D. Meade Bernard,
Rev. J. G. Venable of the Riverside
Presbyterian church and Jrof. J. W.
Zeller, all of Jacksonville, and Prof.
A. W. Bates of DeLand. For catalogue
and information write D. Meade Bern Bernard,
ard, Bernard, 26 E. Lomax St., Jacksonville.
Camp limited to 150 boys. Three boys
and a councillor or assistant councillor
to each tent. Camp Sapphire is best
equipped, of the southern athletic,
military, educational camps for boys.
Advertise in the Weekly Star.
uc ruling eyes
mm with glasses,
-" without using
. V 'S drugs is the
" v'vc Optometrist's
. SEC v specialty.
JtV Ocala. FU.
A. E. GERIG
Special Sale of .
This is the Event You Have All
Been Waiting for.
1 "If f
This collection of skirts are just as
neat as can be with their smart belts,
pockets and cordings." Pearl buttons
cleverly placed add to their effectiveness.
Some have cotton embroideries while
others have cuffed hems to give them
individuality. Their chief attraction lies
in the facility with which they may be
laundered for they are fashioned of such
practical fabrics as gabardine, cotton
tricotine and pique. Every skirt is a
distinct bargain at
- on Approval
These are the Regular Values that have been
, Selling at $5.95 and $6.50.
"The Fashion Center"
"The Fashion Center
J Stone. Phone 123. 28-6t
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JUNE 2, 1919
Let Us do Your Family
Wash. All Flat Work
Miss Elizabeth Murray is visting
Miss Charlotte Chazal at Lake Weir.
Judge and Mrs. Richard McConathy
have gone to Kentucky to spend the
We wish to announce that Hood,
Fislc and Swinhart Tires have been re reduced
duced reduced in price approximately
flES "THE TIRE MAM"
Messrs. Bob Gray and Howard Den Den-ham
ham Den-ham of Gainesville spent Saturday
and Sunday in Ocala.
Col. R. F. Rogers has returned from
Tallahassee, where he spent a couple
of days last week, greeting old
FUHERAL DIRECTORS and EEIB ALGIERS
" AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
No charge for delivery of caskets anywhere day or night.
I ,.;. WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JIL,
Office Phone 10 Plight Phones 225 or 423
' T '
Satisfaction for thz
Did to appetite and
and enjoyment In
And only 5 cents
'hiiiiihi m mi
loiimut j, ,r
Mrs. B. E. Raysor and small son,
James of Lowell, spent the day in
Ocala with Mrs. Raysors mother,
Mrs. James Pyles.
FOR SALE Cedar posts, seven feet
long. Apply to J. J. Reaves, North
FOR RENT Finely appointed bun bungalow,
galow, bungalow, five rooms, good neighborhood.
Apply quickly if wanted to L. M. Mur Murray,
ray, Murray, Holder Block, Ocala, Fla. 31-Ct
WANTED General accident, fire and
life insurance corporation has an at attractive
tractive attractive proposition for an experienc experienced
ed experienced insurance salesman to write sick
and accident in Marion county. Ad Address
dress Address M. M. Hogan, 403 Masonic
Temple, Jacksonville, Fla. It
Our facilities for repairinj
makes of automobiles are complete.
Whether your car is n need of a gen general
eral general overhauling or only minor re repairing
pairing repairing we can do it at a very reason reasonable
able reasonable price ,and we guarantee satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction in every instance. We thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly wash up yourcar free after
Ft. King Ave. and S. Magnolia St.
Phone 117, Ocala, Fla.
"EVERSHARP," THE PERFECT
POINTED PENCIL. Sold by THE
Mrs. Robert Clark of Tampa, who
was expected in the city during last
week, did not arrive until yesterday
afternoon, and left today for her home
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Auxiliary of Grace Episco
pal church will be held at the home of
Mrs. Arthur Davie s on Eighth street,
tomorrow, Tuesday, afternoon, at 4
Just in, Lord Baltimore Paper in all
colors, 60 cents the box at Gerig's
Drug Store. 28-tf
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Green will be glad to know that they
are again in the city, stopping at the
Arms House. They have recently re returned
turned returned from the Manatee river sec section,
tion, section, where Mr. Green has been super superintending
intending superintending the shipping of a large
quantity of tomatoes.
The party that has been spending
the week on the gulf, enjoying the
fishing and bathing, returned home
today. The party included Mrs. Ket-
chum, chaperone, Misses Loureen
Spencer, Sara Dehon, Lucile Gissen Gissen-daner,
daner, Gissen-daner, Helen Jones, Virginia Beck
ham, Grace Palmer and Catherine
Leighton & Shaw, cleaning and
pressing. Ladies work a specialty.
Phone 410. No. 306 N. Magnolia. 2 3t
Mrs. W. H. Bailey, who has been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cullen,
left this afternoon for her home at
Sanibel. Mrs. Bailey has been teach teach-oing
oing teach-oing this past term at Perry. Mrs.
Bailey who before her marriage was
such an efficient teacher, takes this
means of serving her government on
account of the scarcity of teachers the
Dr. Watt's office is now in the Hoi
der block. Office phone 510; residence
phone 503, 2-10t
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Lucas was robbed Saturday, while all
the family was away, and about $200
worth of jewelry and other valuable
articles taken. The theft was traced
to Casey Jones, a negro living on
North Orange street, beyond the Sea
board tracks. Officer Kunze went
after him, but he outran four bullets
from the policeman's pistol and escap
ed. Most of .the articles "stolen were
recovered, among them Mr. Lucas'
handsome Masonic jewel, which he is
now wearing on a chain around his
FOR SALE Ford roadster, excellent
condition; new tires and shock ab
sorbers. Price reasonable. P. O. Box
326 or Star office. 3t
JUST RECEIVED A lot of Patent
Castings that fit all makes of Cooking
Stoves. Send in your order now as I
have a limited amount. Acme Stove
Hospital, 326 North Magnolia St. 29tf
FOR SALE A Shetland pony colt,
two years old, $50; a Shetland mare,
10 years old, $75. Apply to T.- P.
Drake, 906 Oklawaha avenue, Ocala,
AUTO REPAIR SERVICE For
quick and reliable automobile service
come to the Florida House Garage. J.
C. Lanier and H. C. Williams. 8-lm
WANTED Your repair work on
guns, locks, lawn mowers, etc., at
301 S. Main St. Also buy and sell sec second
ond second hand furniture at 307 S. Main St.
J. W. Hunter, the Locksmith. 13-tf
DR. G. A. H. EDMISTON
Veterinary Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phone 501. Office Phone 123
Mow Is The Time To
Help Us Give You Good Service
We need your help during this hot weather. Everybody is calling
for prompt service everybody needs OUR ICE.
Do your nhare be sure that the ice man is not delayed at your
home have the ice money or the coupon ready when he comes
make it as easy for us to serve your neighbor as you want us to
We know jou will help us thank you.
Ocala Ice & PacMog Co,
Advertise and get Results.
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We are showing a fine line of
Bathing Caps. See them before buy buying.
ing. buying. Gerig's Drug tSore. 28-tf
Prof. W. H. Cassels accompanied
by eleven boys, left early this morn morning
ing morning for Frostproof, Polk county, to
join the Y. M. C. "A. camp that is to
be -held there from the 2nd to the
11th of this month. This is the first
camp of its kind to" be held in Florida
and we know it will prove a pleasure
and benefit to all who attend. Boys
over 15 years of age in high schools
are eligible. The following were in
the fiarty representing Marion coun
ty: Prof. W. H. Cassels, Lawson Cas
sels, John Cooky Bob Blowers, Nat
Mayo, Summerfield, James Fielding,
Belleview, Robert Smith, Walter Har
din, Thelbert Troxler and Foy Carroll
of Ocala, and James Melton of Citra.
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pleasant, soothing and antiseptic po potion
tion potion -for use after ""slaving. Sold by
THE COURT PHARMACY. 2-6t
I ALL OEPMIEIITS
. As we intend buying fall goods earlier this year,
therefore WE MUST HAVE THE ROOM.
We Are Great on
WHITE CANVAS SHOES
for Men, Women and Children. See our Shoes
and get CUT PRICES,
Canopies at ...
In reference to the editorial on the
second page, regarding the sudden in increase
crease increase of lawlessness here, the Star
; would like to say a few words to the
young colored men who have recently
come home from the army. They
have made good records, been honor honorably
ably honorably discharged and it is up to them
to make as good citizens as they did
soldiers. They are much "better ajle
to detect and 'warn the hoodlums of
their own race than the white people
are. They also owe it to their" own
people as well as the state, for this
element in the long run always causes
more trouble to the colored people
than to the whites. Let these young
soldiers do their best to make the
vagrants move or go to work, and they
will strengthen the confidence and
good will the white people have for
A Delco Lighting System will give
you greater returns for your money
, than anything you can install on your
All men's and women's Straw
Hats at Qut prices,
1-2 to M I
Brown Sheeting or Yel- -f no Hleachea Sheet- yj
lew Homespun, per yd. XUL ing per yard XC
Cut prices on all men's and women's Ready-to-Wear Goods
SATURDAY and MONDAY
farm. L. A. Gable, dealer. -27-6t- Xij&V.&&XteiJtt
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