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Weather Forecast: Partly cloudy
tonight and Friday, probably showers.

OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1919.
VOL. M. U

SEWATE VOTED FOR
EQUAL SUFFRAGE

It is Now Up to the Legislatures of
the States to Accept or Reject
the Amendment

ASSACRED I

A GOAL HE

Seventy-Eight Killed and Thirty-One
Injured by an Explosion
Near Wilkesbarre

(Associated Press) -Washington,
June 5. Action by
Congress on equal suffrage subject
of a fight of forty years' duration duration-ended
ended duration-ended late yesterday in adoption by
the Senate by a vote of 56 to 25 of the
historic Susan B. Anthony constitu constitutional
tional constitutional amendment, resolution.
The proposed amendment, adopted
by the House by a vote of 304 to 8ll
on May 21, as the first act of the new
Congress, now goes to the states,
ratification by legislatures of three-

fourths of which is required for its
in corporation in the federal consti constitution.
tution. constitution.
HOW THEY VOTED.
. i '--Upon
the Senate's roll call today,
the vote was as follows : :
For Adoption Republicans: Cap Capper,
per, Capper, Cummins, Curtis, Edge, Elkins,
Fall, Fernald, France, Frelinghuysen,
Gronna, Hale, Harding, Johnson of
California, Jones of Washington, Kel Kellogg,
logg, Kellogg, Kenyon, Keyes, LaFollette, Len Len-root,
root, Len-root, McCormick, McCumber, McNa McNa-ry,
ry, McNa-ry, Nelson, New, Newberry, Norris,

Page, Phipps, Poindexter, Sherman,
Smoot, Spencer, Sterling, Sutherland,
Warren, Watson. Total, 36. j
For Adoption Democrats: Ash Ash-urst,
urst, Ash-urst, Chamberlain, Harris, Henderson,
, Jones of New Mexico, Kendrick, Kir Kir-by,
by, Kir-by, McKellar, Myers, Nugent, Phe Phe-lan,
lan, Phe-lan, Pittman, Ransdell, Sheppard,
Smith of Arizona, Stanley, Thomas,
Walsh of Massachusetts, Walsh of

Montana. Total. 20.
Against Adoption Republicans;
Borah, Brandegee, Dillingham, Knox,
Lodge, McLean, Moses, Wadsworth.
Total, 8.
Against Adoption Democrats:
Bankhead, Beckman, Dial, Fletcher,
Gay, Harrison, Hitchcock, ; Overman,
Reed, Simmons, Smith of Maryland,
Smith of South Carolina, Swanson,
Trammell, Underwood, Williams, Wal Wal-cott.
cott. Wal-cott. Total, 17.
PRESENT SYSTEM SEEMS
N TO BE POPULAR

(Associated Press)
Wilkesbarre, Pa., June 5. Between
70 and 100 workers were killed and
several score injured in a tunnel of
a mine here today. A car of powder
attached to a train of mine cars on
which the men were riding to the
chambers of the mine exploded. An
electric motor drew the cars. The
trolley wire broke and sparks from
it ignited the powder. The men were
blown in every direction, but most of
the deaths were caused by fire and
suffocation. Identification of the bod bodies
ies bodies is almost impossible, many bing
charred beyond recognition by the
fire which followed the explosion.
The limbs of some and heads of
others are missing. The train carried
100 men. Those not killed outright
op who have not died since are so
badly injured that it is believed death
is only a question of time.
LIST NOT COMPLETE
Wilkesbarre, June 5. Seventy Seventy-eight
eight Seventy-eight men lost thMr lives and thirty thirty-one
one thirty-one were injured in an explosion fol followed
lowed followed by fire in a coal mine here to today,
day, today, according to the list given out by
ofiicials of the mine at noon. Forty Forty-one
one Forty-one bodies have been identified. The
list of injured is not complete and it
ii believed the injured will reach
forty." t. ;
FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
RE-ELECTS OFFICERS

(Times-Union)
Tallahassee, June 4. The vote this
morning on taking up Mr. Perry's
maesure providing for a reapportion reapportionment
ment reapportionment of the states' representation in
the legislature shows that to be a de decidedly
cidedly decidedly unpopular question, notwith notwith-standing
standing notwith-standing all the hard things said
about people who oppose it. Follow Following
ing Following is how they voted today on taking
up the Perry bill:

Yeas: Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Barber,

Bryan, Bunker, Busto, Cochran, Daw Dawson,
son, Dawson, Dillard, Gillis, Harris, Kite, Lew Lewis,
is, Lewis, Mathis, McRae, Perry, Parrish,
Small, Surrency, Tilghman, Wicker,
Williams (Polk), Woodruff (Semi (Seminole),
nole), (Seminole), 22.
Nays: Messrs. Brooks, Campbell,
Carp, Carroll, Chavous, Coats, Cor Cor-bett,
bett, Cor-bett, Crews, Degrove, Edge, Epper Epperson,
son, Epperson, Earnest, Folks, Fort, Fowler,

Tampa, June 5. Dr. J. H. Ross,

president, and C. E. Stewart Jr., bus business
iness business manager; George A. Scott, sales
manager; W. T. Cavode, cashier; E.
D. Dow, traffic manager, and William
Hunter, attorney, were all re-eletced

here yesterday by the Florida Citrus
Exchange which held its annual meet meeting.
ing. meeting. J. W. Ponder was elected first
vice president and D. C. Gillett was
chosen second vice president. The
following directors were selected. De De-Soto
Soto De-Soto county sub-exchange, C. E.. Mc McCormick;
Cormick; McCormick; Highland, C. M. Eakelin;
Hillsborough, D. C. Gillett; Indian
River," H. G. Putnam; Lee county, Ed Edwin,,
win,, Edwin,, Parkinson; Manatee,. 'J. I W. Pon Ponder;
der; Ponder; Marion, J. ,E. Klock; Orange," P.
V. Peters; Polk, Dr. J. H. Ross; Volu Volusia,
sia, Volusia, A. G. Gamlin.

SHALL POWERS
HAVE SCORED

Supreme Council Recognizes Their

: Right to Keep Sufficient
Forces in Service

VOTERS MUST DECIDE

(Times-Union)
Tallahassee," June 4 When the res resolution
olution resolution passed by the House yester yesterday
day yesterday submitted to the voters in the
next general election the proposition

of bonding the state for not exceed

ing five per cent of the total tax val

uation of Florida at the time of issue
to meet future federal road aid, came
over to the. Senate today, it was

adopted by the necessary three-fifths

majority of air the members elected.

A joint resolution proposing an

t m on A m on f. frt tVi o frtrefrif n fr r1n

initcn aKeuates, ureen, nagan, not have to be signed by the gover

(Associated Press)
Paris, June 5. The small powers
won a victory in their opposition to
limitation of armaments of the new
states created from the former Aus-tro-Hungarian
empire. The council
of four has decided to eliminate the
provisions for such limitation. The
council today further considered Ger German
man German counter proposals, these occupy occupying
ing occupying the forenoon session The after afternoon
noon afternoon was devoted to the rights bf mi minorities
norities minorities in small nations.
WILSON'S BELGIAN VISIT
Paris, June 5. Brussels advices an announcing
nouncing announcing the dates for Wilson's en entertainment
tertainment entertainment there were characterized
at the Paris White House today as
guesses. The date for the. president's
visit has not been fixed, it was said,
but probably will occur .within the
coming week.
WILL TAKE A WEEK
Paris, June 5. It is doubtful if the
council of four will be able to send a
reply to the German counter propos proposals
als proposals to the peace treaty terms before
the end of next week, according to
the Paris office of Reuters.
PADEREWSKI PROTESTS
Paris, June 5.- Premier Paderew Paderew-ski
ski Paderew-ski of Poland has protested "to peace
conference leaders against any change
in the terms of- settlement of the
Silesian question.

CONGRESS LIKES CASTRO
Lisbon, June 5. President Canto Y

Castro presented his resignation to

congress yesterday. Congress, amid
acclamation, voted to ask the pres

ident to reconsider his action.

PETLURA'S PROGRESS ;
Berne, June 5. Troops of Petlura,

he Ukraianian anti-bolshevik peasant

eader, have captured the railway cen-

ers of Proskurov and Berdicheff, in

western Ukraine, according to the

Ukrainian press bureau'here. The bu

reau, denies the report' that the bol

sheviki' had" captured : Czernowitz, the
capital of Bukowina.

APPALLING NEWS FROM INDIA

New York, June 5. Deaths are oc

curring in India in appalling number
on account of crop failures, according
to Rev. R.'A. Hume, of the National

Missionary Council of India, who ar arrived
rived arrived here today.

DEPTHS OF DESPAIR
Basel, June 5. The grand council

of German Austria, which met Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, adopted the report of Dr. Otto

Bauer, the gist of which was that the
peace terms presented to German
Austria, by the Allies meant a "death

sentence for the Austrian republic,1

according to Vienna advices.

BRAVE I1

FROM BLAWTOO

Outspoken Representative from Texas
Roundly Scores the Methods
of Anarchy

Hardin, Hineley, Jarmon, Jones,

Mays, Merchant, Moore,' McCrary,
McKehzie, McLeran, Phillips, Ray,
Roebuck, Scruggs, jstokes, Strojn,

Tillis. Wade. Weaver. Williams of

Leon, Wilson of Gadsden, 40.
TOO MANY TO MENTION

Speaking of the tax bill a Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee correspondent of the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union says:
"It is claimed that the general rev revenue
enue revenue bill from the House which now
has the approval of the Senate and
goes to the governor for his signa signature,
ture, signature, will get the taxes. It will do
that very thing, that is if the proper property
ty property taxed is worth it. Another thing it
will do; it will make a tax deed one
o fthe most valuable to be had, be
cause the state will be back of it.
These are the good features of the
bill. The bad ones are 'too numerous
to mention.'

nor, so the matter already is submit

ted. A. similar resolution had passed

tne senate yesterday, cut it was
necessary that the same measure be
adopted by both branches of -the leg

islature. The vote in the Senate to

day was 25 to 2, Senators Andrews

and Johnson voting "no."
MARION, DID NOBLY

NOTICE OF MEETING
GREENWOOD ASSOCIATION

Friday afternoon at 4:30 at the
residence of Mrs. R. A. Burford there

will be a meeting of the Greenwood

Cemetery Association, and all mem
bers are urged to be present.
ORDER SPECIAL ELECTION

The board of county commissioners

will hold a special meeting next

Thursday, on which date it will prob

ably order a referendum election to

decide whether the county shall take

charge of the fair or not.
MARION COUNTY" BILL

Among the acts of the legislature
approved by the governor is Senate
Bill No. 434, an act authorizing the

Marion county commissioners to bor

row fifty per cent of the estimated

annual revenue of road and bridge

and agricultural funds.
NOT YET BUT SOON

The county school board put off

Ievvyint? te ten-mill tax until next

session. -

Let me install a Delco System at
your country home. L. A. Gabel,

deal

;r, ucaia, ria.

27-Ct

Mr. "Frank Harris announces that

the county has done nobly in the Sal

vation Army drive just closed. Up

to this time, $1851.82 has been col collected,
lected, collected, besides a number of. pledges

for future payment. The Marion

county quota was $1500, so Mr. Har

ris is justly proua-oi tne response

made to his appeal for funds for this

splendid organization.

PICTURE PARTY

Last evening Mr. Richard Stroud

gave a picture party in honor of her

guest, Miss Mary Harris of .Fayette

ville, N. C. V

The jolly crowd met at the Temple,

where for over an hour the party en

joyed the picture starring George

Walsh.

After the show the hostess invited

her guests to the home of her parents

Mr. and Mrs. J ackson on Sanchez

street. There Mrs. Stroud, assisted by

her mother and sister, "Mrs. Peter

Mackintosh, served ice cream and

cake. ; The party then enjoyed danc

ing, taking advantage of the spacious

verandas and danced outside." During

the evening fruit punch was served.

Those who enjoyed Mrs. Stroud's

hospitality and who had the pleasure
of meeting Miss Harris were Misses

Grace Palmer, Lucile Gissendaner,

Sidney Perry, Louise and Loureen

Spencer, Theo and Virginia Beckham

Catherine Henry and Messrs. Joe

Borden, Welsh and Richard Dewey,
Linn Sanders, Laurie Izlar, Otis
Green, John Catts, Mack Taylor and

Wellie Meffert.

ATTENTION, REBEKAHS

.All members are urgently request

ed to be present at a special cal

meeting Friday evening at 8 o'clock
to attend to some important business

Mrs. Whitley, N. G.
Louise Bouvier, Secretary. 5-2t

(Associated Press)
Washington, June 5 Anarchist at attempts
tempts attempts on the life of Attorney Gener General
al General Palmer and public men were de denounced
nounced denounced in the House yesterday by
Representative Blanton of Texas, who
said he had waited thirty hours in the
hope that older' members would let
the country know what Congress
thought of a series of outrages
against organized government.
Mr. Blanton also made a general
attack on labor unions, saying he had
been receiving anonymous letters
from all parts of the United States,
"telling me that if I ever opened my
mouth against the unions again what
would happen to me and my family."
On the same night an infernal ma machine
chine machine was exploded on Attorney Gen General
eral General Palmer's doorstep, Mr. Blanton
said, "there met in Washington rep representatives
resentatives representatives from other unions, many
of them representatives of govern government
ment government employes, who were addressed
by the wife of a convicted bomb
thrower of California."
."I hope you open your mouths," Mr.
Blanton shouted at the members, "and
tell those anarchists I do not care if
they are labor unionists or not that
if they do not stop their practices, and
I hope you .tell Mr. Gompers that if
he .does not purge his labor unions of
anarchy and disregard of law we are
going to catch every one of them,
that we are going to catch all the an anarchists,
archists, anarchists, though they are members of
unions, and hang them as high as
Haman." V

FUNERAL OF MARVIN CARLTON

.The remains of Mr. Marvin Carlton
were laid to rest Monday afternoon,
in Greenwood cemetery. Rev. Smith
Hardin conducting the services, which
were attended by the relatives of the
deceased and a large number of their
friends. Mr. Carlton was an excel excellent
lent excellent citizen, and his early death was
a misfortune to his community, as
well as to his family and friends. He
was but a little over forty years of
age and in the prime of life and use usefulness.
fulness. usefulness. The Star's sincere sympathy
is with his bereaved relatives.

PAST IDENTIFICATION
Berlin, June 5. (By the Associated

Press.) An autopsy on the body of a
woman found in the canal June 1st

failed to establish it was that of Rosa

Luxemburg;- killed early in the year

by a mob. The condition of the body
precluded definite identification. No

traces of bullet .wounds qr bruises

were found, however.

PREMATURE :
Copenhagen, June 5. Persistent

reports that Petrograd has been cap

tured are "very premature," accord

ing to a statement from the official
Esthonian press bureau here.

GREEKS ARE GAINING
Saloniki, June 5 Greek forces yes

terday occupied the towns of Aivali

and Rhira on the Gulf of Adramyti,

west coast of Asia Minor, according

to an official statement from Greek
headquarters. A Turkish detachment
attacked the Greeks at Aivali but was
repulsed.

SANDLIN'S RETURN

That' very enterprising citrus fruit
expert, and good citizen, A. R. Sand-

lin, is going to return, not to Ocala,

but what is next best, to Leesburg.

There has been a merger of the Mar

ion and Lake citrus sub-exchanges,

and Mr. Sandlin will be superintend superintendent
ent superintendent of both. Mr. Lee, who was in
the sub-exchange office while it was
here, will return, and will manage
a 1 -m mT W

tne Marion county end. tie is a
brother of Mr. Walter Lee of East East-lake.
lake. East-lake. Mr. R. L. Lytle of Stanton is

to manage the packinghouse when it

opens in the fall. The outlook for
citrus fruit in this section is very

good indeed.

Try SKID-DO-SKEETER once. It
runs them celan out of the house. Sold
only by the Anti-Monopoly Drug

Stone. Phone 123. -28-6t

' O AIN : IUA V tulaViUL JAIT1UN IS

not sticky, will rub in. dry. Particular

ly benencial.for sunburn. Sold by the

COURT PHARMACY, 2-6t

The ;Anti-Monopolyr Is serving Ma-

cronut bunaae now. lnat is away

ahead of walnut or a fruit sundae. 6t

NEW CONSTITUTION
: ........... BADLY NEEDED
The Jacksonville Metropolis re reports
ports reports the debate in the House on a
new constitution as follows:
Representative Futch's joint resolu resolution
tion resolution of a proposal for a constitutional
convention to the people came up on
special order this morning. Williams
of Leon, representing Tallahassee's
fear that it may lose the capital,
spoke against the proposal.
Gillis of Walton spoke in favor,
saying no thinking person but would
say revision was needed and pointing
out that' methods of applying govern governmental
mental governmental principles have greatly chang changed.
ed. changed. He decried local legislation as a

great evil is permitted under the pre present
sent present constitution. Reapportionment,
in his opinion, was necessary and

could not be had under the present

constitution. That the judicial sys

tern was not stable under the present
constitution was a strong point made

by him. Waybnght of Duval spoke

in favor of the idea, saying judicial
procedure in the state sadly needs re

vision. Local and special legislation,

he said, should be taken from the leg

lslature.

McRae didn't think it prudent to

make revision now because of the fear
of bolshevism. Futch of Lake spoke

for the proposition as an act of single

justice, criticising the local bill evil.

In 1917 there were 1168 pages of

local legislation as against 458 of gen general
eral general laws. Futch also pointed out the

necessity of taxation reform if real

estate was not to bear an unjust

share of the tax burden.

Mr." Merchant of Madison spoke

against the proposed asking what a&

surance there was that evils of pres

ent constitution would be corrected.

Merchant admitted that fair reappor

tionment would be vary hard to pass.

Perry of Lee urged that the conven

tion should be held as a single act of

justice. He scored Nassau county
with two members in the House and

one in the Senate and only 10,000

people. Referring to fear of turmoil,

he asked, "What were conditions in
1885 during reconstruction days?"
Scruggs of Leon favored the con convention
vention convention as an act of justice. Chavons
of Lafayette said he came to Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee opposed to a constitutional
convention but had seen its need and
would vote for it.
Mathis of Holmes spoke for the
convention, saying it was only fair to
growing sections of the state.
Bryan of Osceola moved the pre
vious question and the the vote taken
resulted 48 to 22. A two-thirds vote
is necessary, making 52 votes needed.
Representative Futch of Alachua
changed his vote to move reconsider reconsideration
ation reconsideration later in the day.
WILL CLOSE THURSDAYS
We will close our shop on Thursday
afternoons except to sell gasoline and
oiL 5-tf Bouvier's Garage.

Dr. Watt's office is now in the Hol

der block. Office phone 510; residence
i phone 503.' 2-10t

AID FOR THE

SALVATION ARMY

Chairman Harris Reports on the

Hearty Response Given to the Ap
peal for that Noble Organization in
Marion County.
As chairman ol the Salvation Arxay

drive lor the Home Service Fund, 1
am more than pleased to announce

that our county has again sustained

her well-earned reputation for gener

ous giving and has more than sub-

bcribed her. full quota.

This would not have been possible

tiad the chairman not had the cor-

dial co-operation of such willing work work-era
era work-era as Mr. W. W. Stripling. Mr. Wil

liam T. Gary, Mr. J. IL Benjamin, Mr.
Do Witt Griffin and the untiring ef efforts
forts efforts of Mrs. E. A. Osborne and her

co-laborers, Mr. O. T. Green, Mrs. D.

W. Tompkins, Mrs. E. G. Peek, Mrs.

F. G. B. Wehe, Mss Mabel Meffert and
others in Ocala; Mrs. E. W. Rush aad

Mrs. W. H. Boulware at Mcintosh;

Mrs. Weihe of Belleview, Mrs. W.

(X Brewer of Romeo, and other pa

triotic women in different parts of

the county whose hearts always beat

in sympathy with every worthy cause.

Always forgetful of aelr our wom

en and many of our men can never

be praised too highly. To know them

well one must be associated with

them.

Somxnerfield, Pedro and Levon

were put down for one hundred dol dollars,
lars, dollars, and with the exception of two

dollars the committee forwarded a

check for the full amount from Sura-

merfield alone the first &iy. Mr.

Charley Davs sad the good people of
fcummerfleld responded to hs appeal

not only cheerfully but gladly.

Anthony and Oak's quota was plac

ed at one hundred dollars. The com committee
mittee committee received a 'phone message
from-the McDowell Crate and Lum

ber Company asking that Oak's al

lotment alone be placed at that fig figure,
ure, figure, and. that If some speakers were
sent out they would stop the mill for
an hour and a collection would be

taken up. That was done and the

proprietors of .'the mill and the em

ployes oversubscribed the, full quota.

At the eleventh hour Mr. L. T.

Hlckson took the place of Mr. E. L.

Price as committeeman for Mcintosh
and with the assistance of Mesdames

Rush and Boulware, quickly raised

Mcintosh's quota.

Unsolicited, the "Household of

Ruth" of Ocala, a colored benevolent
association, sent in a donation of five

dollars, with a card signed by the
worthy president and secretary, say

ing: "Please accept this small gift
from those who desire to help so wor

thy a causa."

Following this gift, unsolicited also,

the ML Moriah Baptist church and
the ML Zon A. M. E. church -came

forward with similar, contributions.

with regrets that the amounts were

not" larger.

The Sunday school at Lowell sub

scribed $10.80.

Sergt. John W Stevens, Jr., of Fort

McCoy, whd had but recently return returned
ed returned from overseas, happened to be In
town when we were vsted by the

zone manager, and told him that for

the Salvation Army he would borrow
his father's automobile and canvass

the entire county, but before receiv receiving
ing receiving his appointment as committeeman
had left home on a vacation, and did

not return until some time Saturday,
so was unable to put his good Inten Intentions
tions Intentions into practice, and the time was
so short that he was unable to even

canvass his own precinct.

. Those appointed as committeemen

for Fairfield, Irvine, Dunnellon and
Belleview were unable to serve, and

at nearly the close of the drive oth

ers had to be appointed, which ac

counts for the amallness of the dona

tions from those places.

The Methodist centenary drive was

on at the same time, which militated

somewhat In the collections for the

Salvation Army.
If we had had more time and

clear eld, from the almost unanimous
expressions made in behalf ol the

"blue bonnet lassies," we have rea reason
son reason to believe that Malron's quota

would have been doubled.

It will be seen from the list ap appended
pended appended hereto that .the citizens ol
Ocala met the committee with out outstretched
stretched outstretched hands and shouldered near nearly
ly nearly two-thirds of the entire quota lav lav-led
led lav-led against our county.
Almost without exception ercrycas
approached has responded chterfaHy,
saying that never before t& they
made a donation more wholelssrted wholelssrted-IT.
IT. wholelssrted-IT. All subscribed gladly, and If. the
Lord "loves a cheerful girer," the
people bf Marion county and Ocala
must' be His special favorites.
Our thanks are particularly due
Messrs. O. B. Howse and F. W. Ditto,

W. v Stripling and W. T. Gary, for
the second ward; Messrs. S. T. Sis Sis-trunk
trunk Sis-trunk and John It. Rogers, for the

third ward, and Mr. IL C. Jones and

Mr. Mack Taylor for the fourth ward,
and all others engaged In the work,
and on behalf of the committee I ten

der to one and all our most cordial

and sincere thanks.
Very truly," Frank Harris,
For the Committee.
First Ward
O. W. Tompkins, two W. a S..

Jake Brown 6X3

F. W. Ditto .. 3.00
J. W. Tally 2.00
W. L. Colbert... 2.00
Joe Blalock 2.00
W. F. Blesch 1.00
Sid R. Whaley L00
F. EL Wetherbee LOO
Richard Dewey LOO
Richard Stroud .... LOO
Second Ward
Ocal Mfg. Co ... ... .. 30,00

Mrs. C. R. Ty dings.. .10.00

W. T. Gary... 10.00
W. W. Stripling... 10.00

J. E. Chace 10.00

Ocala. Banner... ... .... .. 10.00

R. A. Burford
Q. S. Scott. ...

11. S. Rogers

H. A. Waterman

T. T. Munroe...
W. J. Wilson...
D. O. Peek
C. Camp..
J. Camp...... .

A. C. Cobb....

T. P. Drake.. ....

It. W. Duval. .

Harvey Clark...., ..
R. S. Hall.. .... ...
Rheinauer & Co......

L. R. Chazal...

L. N. Green.
P. IL Nugent......'

William Camp.....;
IL W. Tucker

M. C. Men tosh...

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J. H. Benjamin...

Christian Ax...

J. Gerig

Dr. IL W. Henry. .

J. E. Allemand...

W. C. Meade

W. n. Cam.... ...

Mrs. W. D. Carn.

Household of Ruth .....

ML Moriah Baptist church . .

Alfred Ayer. .
J. P. Phillips...

Mary A. Glllen...
IU T. Adams...

Dr. C. W. Moreman...

R. McConathy...

Chas. S. Cullen... ... ...
w; M. Palmer

C. K. Sage

A. B. Gerig

DeWItt Griffin...
Dr. C. B. Ayer

Miss Rena Smith...
Mrs. J. V. Tarrer...

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Mayor Chace Urges Citizen u
War Savings Stamps with I.
Due on. Liberty Bonds June 2,3.
Re-investment of First LT;
Loan bond interest in thrift r.r. I
savings stamps is urged upon ihz
uens of Ocala by Mayer J. E. C:
The government will make a i
annual interest payment cn the I
Liberty Loan on June 15th, at v
time the sum of $809,955.12 wil
turned over to investors in tha :
Federal Reserve district..
"Many of our citizens own 1
Liberty Loan bonds," the mayor
-The treasury department has i
all who can to take this intcrcrt
ey and re-invest it in thrift a:
savings stamps. By this racan ;,
can turn their interest into c:
terest. This is profitable pr.t:;
and 1 trust that those who c
Liberty Loan bonds will ccr. ;
the treasury departments' re t
"Arrangements have been r.
that you can exchange your L:
Loan interest coupons lor thrii:
var savings stamps at the pe s
The postmaster has a sufUcknt
of these government EecuritI
hand and will be pleased to a
modate you. War savings Eta:: -always
cashable at the postc;
ten days notice. We have too
civic pride to do less than our r.
boring cities. They are plans.;::.,
work up a big increase in war zzx.
sales on June 15th, and to do is J
ly on their interest coupons."

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canvassers for the est ward; Messrs.

Dr. A. Lv Izlar...-

D. NIel Ferguson.

IL I. Martin

M. M. Little.

J. M. Thomas ..

Mrs. F. EL Colby.

Dr. L. IL VonEngelken..

S. CM. Thomas..

E. L. Parr

B. F. Borden...

W. S. Bullock. ..

& EL Simmons...

Mrs. Rex Todd.,.

A. T. Thomas

J. W. Aiken
Dr. M C Ixlar. .
L. T. Iilar

C XL Winston...

J. Malever...

IL H Yonge......
Henry Booker...

J. D. Robertson...

Dr. E. G. Lindner...
Dr. Walter Hood...

P. H. Perkins...
T.'D. Lancaster...

J. IL Erin son.
J. IL Dewey........
W. S. Jones

1L W Walters...

G. C. Greene.
Roger Dodd...
L. W. Ponder.

G. C. Shepherd .... LOO
Chas. Peyser... .... LuO

W. IL Cassels...
W. H. Marsh....

A. L. Lucius

Henry Gordon
B. P. Condon

Henry Livingston
P. W. Whitesldes......
IL B. Clarkson... ...
A. O. Harriss

Lanier Robertson... ...
J. C. Smith
Third Ward
Geo. Mac Kay
J. R. Rogers. ..... ...
Rev. O. H. Newton...'...

Jerry Burnett...

IL B. Masters Co...

D. E. Mclver. .

R. I. Anderson...
E. T. Helvcnstcn...

Miss Lillle Frost..

IS. T. Sistrcnk...

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Lester Warner...
P. P. Costello...

IL A. Fausett.

F. B. Gates.......
C. V. Roberts...

IL Blackburn.

G. A. Hunter .... .. ..
C A. Hollowoy. ... ...

Friend

W. P. Huckaby.,. ....

IL R. Hunter... ... ..

N. Y. Meat Market...

Dixie Cafe

G. W. Stevens... ... ...
IL L. Carter... ... ..

W. EL Melson... ... ..

Wa Berlein
Mrs. John Thompson...
Mrs. J. Anderson

J. L. Hinton... ...

W. P. Goodyear

C. M. Hesoway...

Fourth Ward

C .C Balkmn...
Edward Tucker...

S. L Edwards

Mack Taylor

CoqryCola Botttng Worlds
J. L. Smith. ...
Miss Ola Sims
Miss Ernestine Brooks
IL A. Davles
XI C Jones 1
W. KT Zewadskl
IL F. Rogers ..... ...
E. E. Dobbs.
Max Israelson
Moses Bros

M .3t Sawaay...

Wr. W. Clyatt.

Mrs. Geo. Williams, Jr..

W. W. Condon...

L. IL Pillans.

B. Goldman
Wnx T. Hood
II. D .Stokes. ...

C. A. Harris...
T. M. Kilgore...

Baxter Cam.,.

IL IL Henderson...

J. G. Swaim...

Ollle Mordis
J. E. Theus... ....
T .'C. Alnson... ..
S. IL Christian... ..,

IL IL Meadows
Mrs. J. V. McCredle... v
Mrs. J. D. Small
Miss Ruby Cappleman...

Miss Mabel Afkcn.

C J. Fishel

Miss Donnie Sims
Miss Pearl Keefe
Miss Winnie Hunt
N. Is. Williams... ... ..
J. H. Smith
N. Heints

J. C. Theus

L. J. Dankwertx
J. T. Williams.
J. F Pelot. ..... ... ..
J. T. Lancaster
H. M. Leighton
Lows 1 1
J. M. TIson ...
Lowell Sunday School.;..
C. B. Howell ..
S. F Ron
B. O. Webb....
IL T. Hall.

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E. C. GladnO Kj..
E. J. 3cal... ...

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E. B. Gore... ... .....
L. M. Raysor. ... ...
MIs3 Una Shealey...- ...
Nathan Mayo......

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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1919

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j Rio Janeiro, Buenos Afre's and the

principal cities of South America's

eastern seaboard.

ulllbett livery Day Exept Sunday by

STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY
OF OCALA, FLA.

It is difficult even yet to reckon the

extent of the problem of re-educating

the disabled soldier, but from the ex

perience thus far gained the Federal
T..1 T XrAAA4iAiAl ? Jin mt i a

I AninriAai4 1tat- Vi o Imtriran rtllOf

j. if. iienlamla, Editor 113 more mwresiea m

training than, any foreign soldier has

Enteral at Ocala Fla., postof flee as been. Perhaps this. is due to the lib-

sconi-elas3 matter. UrAl'tv of the provisions made in our

country. Judging from the experience

of our allies, about five per cent, of

.TELEPHONES

Of flee ............ .Five-One

iwii;rtTDep.rtme;VV group of wounded men will

be given re-trammg. That would

MmiBEit associated press I give iu,uvu men zo ue re-iraineu out

n0 a nr!ta Press is exclusively i nf the zchjjiou wounded, nnt tne noara

i?.11"! even larger percentage

1 . I A

not otherwise credited in tnia paper i among American soiaiers as it antici-

ixn-l also the local news puoiunea n oa ti,Qf tharo will Ke 1KAAO

herein. All rights or republication oil' I
special dispatches herein are also re-1 even 20,000 men who will ask for re-

servea. I education and nlacement.

SL'DSCnilTION HATES

The special Senate committee "ap

pointed, to investigate state board of

One iTioritb,

Domeitie .' J::

One year, in advance ........... ..f-00 health affairs brought in a scorching
Mix months, in advance .wu T v.
Three months, in advance....... 1.50 report. It scores the board for ex-

u 1 travagance and mixing politics with

11 4.25 beard's millage in half, and the gov-

2.25 1 ernor vetoed the bill, but if the mat

v U 1 1 J AV. 1 i 1

ture woujd doubtless have passed the

bill over his veto. At the time the

in advance...

' Foreign .
One year, in advance.....
Six months, in advance...
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance...

AID FOR THE SALVATION ARMY

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Leon Wall...
W. J. Lyle3.

Cliff Wall... ...

P. W. Collens.,.

John L. Carney.

C P. Davis...
R. L. Clyburn.

C. L. Lyrers...

Walter Mathews. .

H. C.(Groff... ...
T. C Cornell...

Eddie Collens.

Mrs. M. P. Irvine...

Chas. Tyler... .. ... L00

J. W. Fant... ... L00

O. C. Stoops... ... ..
G. C. Blackmail... ..

A M. Biackman

H. Shivers...... ..
Sam Cauthen . .
Clarence Lawton .
Mr. Deckenheart. .
Henry H. Smith.,
J. C. Smith......

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M. J. Timmons . ....
Mrs. Elizabeth Harrison.
Wm. Franzot. . ......
W. T. DuPree...
W. A. Redditt

A. J. Douglass
H. R. Clemmons...
R. S. Shortridge
S. E. Ausley
Victor J. Kunze...

J. P. Ausley... ...

Miss Ethel Borland.

J. W. Hagins . . .....

Miss Willie B. Harrison...

A'Hhony

E C. Beuchler...
W. W. Griffin... ..
G J. Pasteur...

E H. Swain
Mr. Lindsey. . ...

H. C. Denmark...
Tal Smith

Spurgeon Smith.,.

T. W.- Dlllard. .
Alf Nelson... ..
J. W. Davis...

G.-.T, Condrey...

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ADVERTISING ItATES
i ti n ifty nor 1 nVi for con

secutive Insertions,' Alternate insex-1 present board was appointed, two
tions 25 per cent add itional. Composi- rg Q the gtar caUed attention

six times 5c per inch. Special position to '.its political features and prophe-W. 8. Rogers...

.?r jlt0J- greatly impair Tom Johnson...

win take higher rate, which will ie its work, and its prediction has beenju, Seymour.,

iurmsnea on ppnv.vu. Iiuinliea.

IleadlKir Notices 5c per line lor nrst

insertion; 3c. per, line lrs y--,; - - Bennei Timmons...

quent insertion, one tuan&o L f f "F11!11 lUBV VttW8 jr

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J. M. narrelaon.. ....

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Mrs. Copeland ..... .50

Mrs. Vinton .50

Clarence Lansford .50

H. Waters. 5

Mcintosh

IF. G. Sampson 10.00

LOO C EBateman 10.00
LOO M. M. Gist 10.00
LOO L. T. Hickson 10.00

LOO W. M. Gist..; 10.00
LOO J. B. Neal... .'..10.00
LOO S. H. Galtsklll 10.00

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W. R. Dedman 10.00

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6.00 J. K. Christian... 5.00
5.00 J. C. Turnipseed... v. 5.00
5.00 W. G. Norsworthy 4.00

E. L Priest 5.00 W. S McFadden... 3.00

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H intern Souter... ..
F. W. Bishop

II. A. Meadows...

W. A. Priest. ...

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5.00 E F. Montgomery...
5.00 C. R Corke
6.00 A. B. DuPuis

Chas. V. Swain 3.00 C C Ayer...

R. L Cauthen...

Crawford Pasteur...
A. EL Moore..'. ...
F. W. Ellison
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Miss Maud Weldon...

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2.00 Martel
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Mrs. X. W. Gardner......

Guy Smith... ... ..

Dock Housh...
J. E. Branch.'.. ...

Mrs. Hough... ..

allowed on readers without extra com-llili't, a :.nA W fha tt hna1Mra. E. A., Hough... ... ....

position charges. uul -s n i lft n T?AvtinM. ... ... .

Iegai actvertisemenxs at legat rmea. uj iieaim uuivcr, xjt. vjua., suiu fccepi w- rf . ... ...
VA&c.tTas must be mounted, or chars i -r.t,;,!..J! tv. A r -Mithon

. . m I lllliX 111 V1UVC, UUkniUlSMUIUUlK I .... . ... ... ....

will De maae lor iuouuim6. i . ,r i .

senate report,, xne iaiar is mcunea wji Alien aiooay. .. ....... x.uu

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rAirmiimrl tlio fftvprnnr'a HairIoti- Dt.it t tav

n t-h fircf Av nf Conpress more 7, r ; 7, W T"l xwi...

ionn km w nAnteA in the w .A. . V & nas. uauinen...

,1 :aU Vv, -..w mmistrator, ana it is tne stars opinv

nouse oi nepreswiww.w. ion that most of the board of health

The Grand Army post at Montciair,

N.J ., having peen reaucea to ktcu Qne of our leading business men in

members, deciaea to maKe .iw forms the Star that Ocala DrODertv

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parade on memorial uay. holders are navine six ner cent taxes Ml s Kellla ClTbum..:

on their possessions.- Of course there! tt t irnn-tV

The cries of hungry babies in Chi- are 0 0f tax dodsrers who do notUrl wi

1 1 v w . IMUXCJ. UBUU

cago were arowneu uy uie cmsujug wAipay. near so mucn, ana many wnoiTT nv:-

1 t ... U.iilnn .F mill hvAban hIT I A V!.1. 1 I

ui eutiini: uuiuca ux "J i uay no uixes, wnicn manes lb wune -

owmnotiii'oro wiffl f hd milk drivers' I Aw Y,A Vinnaof man I J. ii. LSVIS. .

UUbilMV. fcJ ....... -" I4U1 miq uuiivoy 1UVU
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siriKe.

Will Grimes...

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. If Col. Peter O. Knight and ex-Gov. l a F. Melroy

At a comerence oi Jennings were interned; on Hog Isl- Frank Bucalla... .....
hean leaders in New Jersey, sixteen and Florida politi(;s would be some- G P Anderson

expressed a preference for Major

General Leonard Wood as the republi
can presidential nominee.

On the last trip of the steamer

what more salubrious.

Tha Star greatjy v regrets to learn

of the death of Rev. True Whittier, a

ie last inp ui cue bx ptl7fl nH minister nf Belle-

George Washington to France with w

i'resiaent wnson.an orcnesira was

John Hough.
Eva Dane. 2...

Mr. Erskln. .'

J. B. Melroy ;

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Pedro

clearly heard by wireless telephonu

on the vessel 600 miles at sea.

JIayor JIanson of Seattle

AN EVENING MUSICAL

J,. R. Proctor...

M. Lu Proctor...

A most delightful musical was giv-

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IWVMC i L .j ... .h? IT WarfmoTin

-Politicians are all Cowardly and they iiasv evening vy pupuso r- "'Tr

nrn'inst as cowardlv in the White Lancaster, at wmcu. wie xuiiuwiiig -v

tr,, ; o luia 5fv Kn Tnev program was beautifully rendered: E L. Wartmann.

tiA I A May Day.... Rathburn

axe atiuiu ui vxic jauui vurea, I .- ,. t y

miss xaamie xiogan

C W. Driver... ... ...
Miss Georgia Valentine..

Faeris

Colonel William J. Donovan of the Paisy Chains v . .. . Spaulding Borlaild;

old Sixty-ninth regiment denounces! uuiSuy
Q MViaryi f nafr-nri-1 Flower airies .i. .........

kahirinn -taofU ivt ara v,an, Liora ana JJoris lnomas

employed by many toward the return- ight and Shadow.

ed soldier." v ; lr n iUUUias

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Mrs. J. M. Gates...

Miss Ossie Griffin...
Vaughn Sims

Mr. Mishler. . ...

Gary Lamb ... ... ...

T. P. Jones

Miss Hettie Harwell...

Bob Swain
J. IL Haney. ...
Ralph Manning...
B. K. Padgett. ....

C. W. Turner. ....
H. P. Crandle
George Brown...

W. H. Martin...
Stewart Sims...

C: C Priest, Jr...

A. C. Hillman...

H. E. Talton. ..
O. J.Wooten. ..
Ni W. Meadows...
Mrs. Graham...

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Miss Beulah Morison;..
M. Nance... .
Fort McCoy

Through J. W. Stevens, Jr . . $17.00

Kendrick

Mrs. Hattle Al Webb...

Miss Julia Webb...

Ms. and Mrs. B. C Webb......
J. J. Guthrey. .. ...... ....

Mr. Copeland...
Mr. Shealey. J. -Mr.
Vinton.,.

J. E. Turnipseed...

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E. C. McLeod LOO
Mr. Bent. L00

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J. M. Fennell .50

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L75 L. v. Helton. .

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L00 a H. Smith...

L00 1 J B. Evans...

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L00 j. h. Seckinger...

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R. D. Ferguson... ...

T S. Mathews...

DeVore & Young...

J. C. DuPree...

G. L Beaty. ..

J. IL. Williams...
B. S. Dans by...

Mr. Smith......

S. R. Waters...

J. N. Hollingsworth... LOO

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Every Woman Owes It To Herself
To Loolc Her Best

We sell everything for the Teeth, everything for the Hair, every everything
thing everything for the Hands and Naite everything for every toilet purpose.
Complexion Creams, Massage Creams, Etc
We Sell All Hinds ol Good Cold Creams,
. -Nowadays appearance does not depend upon dangerous cosmetics,-
but rather upon the sensible use of reliable complexion helps.

i lyii, i a ijV 2-JV t .Ji.n.ii'i w-r-Awr Mr .n.n-. r.Wlr -n.

Schedule of

SILVEE SPBMGS-OCAM MISSEBTO

ComfortablelBus Will Until Fortlier Notice
Hun Between Ocala and Silver Sprinns on
Sundays and Thursdays on Hie following
Schedule, Leaving Ocala from Court House.

Thursday Schedule
Lv. Ocala Lv. Silver Spgs.

1:30 P. M......
3:30 P. M
5:30 P. M......
7:30 P. M......

2:00 P. BL
4:00 P. BL
7:00 P. BI.
8:00 P. BL

9:30 P. BI ........10:00 P. BL

EMo Cainnnmclfisieli

Sunday's Schedule
Lv. Ocala Lv. Silver Spgs.
UtOO A. BI..' 2:00 P. M.
1:30 P. BI..: 4:00 P. BL
3:30 P. BI 7:00' P. BL
5:30 P. BI 8:00 P. BL
9:30 P. 31 10:00 P. BI.

An advertisement placed regularly In the Star is one way to success.

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Owing to Bolshevik propaganda

Doris Thomas

1 ,nnOftn 'fnroJfm.Knm nlipna in -fnia uipty XJuuyy

rnntitrv are virit nHrn-winty theit mnnevl Polly Smith

IThe Wanderer

and returning to Europe, taking with
them $1,000,000,000. ? ; : n

Claiming that the federal war la labor
bor labor board had fixed $150 a month as
the minimum salary on which a fam family
ily family of five could live decently, the
Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen
demands that that salary be paid to
its members.

United States Attorney General
Palmer holds that the internal rev revenue
enue revenue bureau has no authority to regu regulate
late regulate traffic in any liquor except wines,
malt liquors and spirits, and is hot
empowered to make any ruling on the
production of hard cider.
A leading Vienna newspaper says
that the Austrian government has de decided
cided decided unanimously that the peace
terms presented at St. Germain on
Blonday are unacceptable. They are

acceptable to the Allies, but nobody
expected them to be acceptable to the

Germans. v. -'

The Rev. Dr. J. Wesley Hill says
that "I would deport every man and
woman who loves the red flag, the

black flag, or any other flag more than

thJSnJ Stripes. I would load
"tem on a ship with sails of lead, the

wrath of God for a gale, and hell the

nearest port.M

In opposing a resolution agamst

Sunday newspapers the general as assembly
sembly assembly of the Presbyterian church, at
St. Louis, a Philadelphia preacher
said he saw two former moderators,

many of the secretaries of the board,

and about half the commissioners

reading Sunday papers.

The mother's pension bill, resigned

to work in conjunction with the state
compulsory education Jaw, which goes

into effect July 1, has been signed by

Governor Catts. The measure gives

$25 a month to worthy mothers for

one child attending school and $8
more for the second child. No provis provision
ion provision is made for school attendance by

more than two children. The compul

sory education law just passed makes
attendance at either public or private

schools compulsory on every child be
tween 7 and 16 years.

Arrangement? 14, direct cable ser service
vice service between tliif United States : and

Brazil and thence along the entire

eastern coast of South America have

Leon entered into between the West

em Union Telegraph Co. and the

Veftsrn Telegraph Co.' of London

ins laymg cr 4uu miles of new.

cable which rr.ay- be accomplished in
six ir.or.ths, v III connect Bliami with

Ic!c:.i, ricziL by. way 6i Barbados,

tl:j t: ::.-.;:i c r.cv line meeting

.:th:' T'.'-t'-m U; ::n system at lliarn

n cf the British
"rem Bcle:n to

Gurlit

. Behr

..Baumf elder

. Gurlitt
Spaulding

Annie Howell
retty Butterfly
Evelyn Jackson

The Brook and Cabaletta ...... Lack

: Miss Blary Jackson.

Witches Dance McDowell

Miss Cleo Williams

Duet . ..... ... ..... . . Engelman

Susie and Marguerite Counts

Jewel Dance Behr

Amy Cauthern Long

Flower Song ..... . .. ... . Lange

- Bliss Louise Smoak

Valse ...... . . .... i . 1 Peutach.

Bliss Lenore Colby

Lawn Dance and Frolic . Loeb-Evens

"Marguerite Counts

Piano Trio . . . . ...... Rossini

Annie Howell, Sara Scott, Marguerite

, , . Counts

Humor eske and Polketta ..... Dvorak

. ., Sara Scott

Au' Hamlet and Con Amore. ..Godard

Martha Rivers

Hungarian Rhapsodie . . .' ..... Liszt

miss lviamie xiogan

Violin Trio . . .... .... . Hohmann
Doris Thomas, Eurva Burton; Adeline

Malever

Violin Selections Harriss

Louis Blalock, Adeline Malever, Euva

Burton1

After this lovely program by the

students, several mandolin selections

were ; given by Mr. Dye, which were

very jnuch enjoyed.

INTENDS TO CLOSE

THURSDAY AFTERNOONS I

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We wish to take this opportunity
to sincerely thank you for the very
generous patronage you have given
us while located in the Florida
House Garage and in order to ren render
der render better and quicker service we
have purchased an interest with
Mr. H. C. Jones in the Gates Garaged
We will do our utmost to merit
your business and confidence and
will' appreciate a continuance of
your, patronage.

Beginning June 5th, the Specialty

Shop will close at 3 :30 on Thursday i

afternoons through the summer

months. Those taking papers will

please call for them 'before that hour.

6-4-2t A. E. Gerig.
LIGHT BUICK SIX

One light Buick Six in perfect con

dition. A big bargain. R.;R. Car-

roll. 31-4t

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TO GAOF SAPPHIRE

Camn Sapphire, located near Bre

vard, N. C, will open its seventh ses

sion July 2. Tne mountain nixes, wn wn-f
f wn-f snnrts. athletics, military and tu

toring under met! of experience will
do your boy good. All Florida boys
will leaf e Jacksonville July 1 accom

panied by Prof. D. Meade Bernard,
Rev. J. G. Venable of the Riverside
Presbvterian church and Jrof. J. W.

Zeller, all of Jacksonville, and Prof.
A. W. Bates of DeLand. For catalogue

and information write D. Meade Bern

ard, 25. E. Lomax St., Jacksonville.
Camn limited to 150 boys. Three boys

and a councillor or assistant councillor

to esch tent. Camp Sapphire is best

equipped' of the.. southern athletic

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THIS WMBSOM MOTEL
Jticlisonvtile, Florida.

In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front 7rd.
Every modem convenience in each rooru Dining room service is
second to csoe.
RATZS From $L50 per day per person to $6.

ROBERT IJL MEYER,

J. E. HAVAMAUGH,
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JL class and 300 pounds under the "heavy-weight" class, gas
has more than passing attention.
The trick is to move this weight at the minimum effort.
Therefore, the Hot Spot and Ram's-horn play a great part in
the Chalmers. ;

r Hot Spot holds every drop of gas to account.
It "cracks up" into a"Vdry vapor powder" the raw gas just
as the gas enters the Ram's-horn and the latter dispatches the

puivcnzcu iuci to tne cynnucrs wiin ngnrning liKe rapidity.

The result is that when the spark plugs "touch it off"
every drop (finer by far than the naked eye can detect) turns
itself into power de luxe.

There s little waste well nigh none. And
remember that this :Hot Spot engine of the
Chalmers is the most modern automobile engine
of the day.

It has made. Chalmers one or the few great Q''jFtrst
car of the world.

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OCALA EVENING STAR THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1313

Heft jr'WM9a r
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If you have any society items,
please phone Onc-Two-One (121).
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. Mrs. Nathan Mayo of Summerfield
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is visiting in the city for a few days.
Company A, County Guards, meets
f n.w"j if J
lor drill at the armory at 8 o'clock to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening.
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Tomatoes 9 cents a pound at W. A.
Stroud's.
5-3t
Mrs. J. M. Meffert and children
have gone to the lake to spend a week
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at their summer residence.
SAIN TUA HUAVIISU a
pleasant, soothing and antiseptic lo lotion
tion lotion for use after shaving. Sold by
THE COURT PHARMACY. 2-6t

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Mrs. L. M. Mershon left this after

noon for a visit with her son. Mr.
Luther Mershon of Miami.
,Yonge Sage, one of the best opera operators
tors operators in the state, is assisting at the
Western Union office during the melon
season.
Try SKID-DO-SKEETER once. It
runs them celan out of the house, lUd
enly by the Anti-Monopoly Drug
Stone; Phone 123.
28-6t
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hill and daugh
ter left today for Orlando, where
;they have purchased a most attractive
home and in future will reside.
We close Thursday afternoons dur
ing the summer months. Marion
Hardware Co. '
Miss Byrd Wartmann will give her
annual piano recital for the parents
and friends of her pupils at her home
Friday evening at 8:30 o'clock.
Light Buick Six, big bargain, per
fect condition. R. R. Carroll. 31-4t
Miss Helen Veal, who has attended
school in Miami the past winter, will
arrive in the city tomorrow and will
go on to Wild wood in the afternoon.
Bell peppers 20 and 30 cents a doz
en at W. A. Stroud's. 5-3t
Mr. Willard Steel, who has been
spending the winter in Ocala with his
aunt, Mrs. E. A. Osborne and attend
ing the high school here, left yester yesterday
day yesterday for his home in Bingham, S. C.
;
Another shipment of the famous
Alma Zada Face Powre m at Ceng's
Drug Store. 28-tf
Mrs. Will Barco and children of
Bowling Green, are at Cotton Plant
with relatives. Mrs. Barco will visit
her sister-in-law, Mrs. J. C. Smith in
this city before returning to her
home.
The Anti-Monopoly is serving Ma-
cronut Sundae now. lhat is away j
ahead of walnut or a fruit sundae. 6t
Mr. Sam Barco of Miami arrived
in the city yesterday, having come to
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take his mother to Miami. Miss Sue
Barco of Clearwater and Mr. New-
i
comb Bare oof Cotton Plant are also
in the city. f
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. 2-6t
Mr. William Turnley arrived in
Ocala yesterday afternoon. Mr. and
Mrs. Will Gary and children, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mr. Turnley left early this
morning for a week's stay at Day Day-tOna.
tOna. Day-tOna. Beach.
We close Thursday afternoons dur
ing the summer months. Marion
Hardware Co.
Mr. R. S. Hall and three sons, Earl,
Robert and William, are in Jackson
ville, and were joined there yester yesterday
day yesterday by Mrs. Hall and Harrington
and together they will proceed to
Asheville, N. C, to spend the summei.
"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
s
ment. South African Wonder Com Company,
pany, Company, Jacksonville, Fla. 2-3t
Mr. Eagleton Hammack, who has
been spending a month's leave with
his mother and grandmother, Mrs. G.
E. Thompson, has returned to Camp
Jackson, S. C., for a short time be before
fore before being transferred to an aviatioh
camp, in which service he re-enlisted.
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Mrs. Leone Carlton and Messrs.
Robert, Clarence and William Carl Carlton,
ton, Carlton, wife and brothers of the late
Marvin Carlton, have returned to their
homes in Jacksonville. Mr. Fred
Carlton of Memphis, Tenn., will leave
tonight en route to his home. He will
stop in Jacksonville for. a day or two.
Just in, Lord Baltimore Paper in all
colors, 60 cents the box at Gerig's
Drug Store. 28-tf
George Walsh made many happy
hits in the picture story, "Never Say
Quit," at the Temple last night. The
story was one of amusement and ad adventure,
venture, adventure, with interest in every turn
of the reel. Tonight, the Temple wili
have Geraldine Farrar, in "The Hell
Cat," and Mutt and Jeff, both excel excellent
lent excellent pictures.
The Star is very sorry to learn of
the serious illness of Leone Blitch
Fant, one of Dr. Blitch's little grand granddaughters.
daughters. granddaughters. The doctor, aided by an
other physician, from Ocala, is mak making
ing making a strenuous fight for the little
one, and the Star sincerely hopes they
will succeed.
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Burgees," specialist Eye, -Ear,' Ness sud
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ACCORDING to The National Dairy
fl Council, a seven burice bottle of whole
milk contains 136 calories.

The analysis of Orange- Crush made by
Columbus Laboratories of Chicago, shows
that a seven ounce bottle of Orange- Crush
contains 187.4 calories.

ineaiiS" that

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tains 26 more iooJ value as inieasured
in calories th wjiole milk.
As foods as healdi-givefiaiij

builders milk and

Both are the foods prescribed by ybur
physician for the sick room, for little
children, for those needing tonic nour nourishment.
ishment. nourishment. Oranges, however, have one great ad advantage
vantage advantage over milk they are infinitely
more delicious. Everyone loves oranges
and wants them. Few are enthusiastic
over milk. .......

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Orange-Crush is made from luscious
oranges. -The process of making it pre preserves
serves preserves all the delicious, health giving,
nourishing qualities of the pure, golden
ripe fruit as it is picked, fresh and lovely,
from the blossom laden trees.

re-i,rusn is aencious ana neaitn-

givirig because the oranges from which it
is made possess those qualities. It is good
for everyone for you, for the children.
It is especially beneficial to the sick and
canvalescing. It is always delightful
always refreshing always just right to

satisfy the thirst.

Make it ybJir business to drink several
bottles of QrdngtQrash every day.

telephone today fofa case.

the home at all times. itntMf easonably
priced. Your guests will appreciate it
everyone in the home will enjoy it and be
the better for drinking it Serve it as the
first course at breakfast.

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U::H Saturday Wight June 7tli.

Peanut Butter (Iteddick) eight pound
bucket . .......................
Peanut Butter (Reddick) in bulk, per
pound
Baker's Cocoa, half pound
package . .
Baker's Cocoa, two half-pound
packages
Mason Fruit Jars, quarts, per
dozen . V.
Mason Fruit Jars, pints, per
dozen . ....... . . .. . . ......
Mason Fruit Jars, half -gallon,
per dozen ...
One pound box Kingan's Sliced
Bacon ....
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2.00
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LATEST LOCALS

Patsy Gillen is home for the sum summer
mer summer froni the University of Florida.
"EVERSHARP," THE PERFECT
POINTED PENCIL. Sold by THE
COURT PHARMACY. 2-t

A number ol other items are also on flic
Special list Come and See flic Prices
, OHerecL It will Save You Money.

I. E WMTIRKETORI
(AfMosoia's Place)
Corner Orange Avenue and 8tli Street
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Lot us quoto you pricos
on a r.lonumcnt or Head Head-siono
siono Head-siono to mark the last rest resting
ing resting placo of your loved
ones.
L1AHQLE OH GHAHITE.
OCALA MOLE 170RKS
E. W. LEAVENGOOD, Mgr.
N. Magnolia St.
OCALA, FLORIDA.

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RJHERAL DIHECTORS and ET.1DALr.1ERS
AUTOE720BILE SERVICE
No charge for delivery of caskets anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JR
Licensed Embalmers

Cffico Phono 10 night Phonos 225 or 423

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Mrs. S. A. Standley is enjoyine a

visit with her brother, Mr. J. S. Ed Edwards
wards Edwards in Lakeland.

Mrs. B. T. Perdue has returned

home from a few days visit with

friends in Gainesville.

Leigh ton & Shaw, cleaning and

pressing. Ladies work a specialty.
Phone 410. No. 306 N. Magnolia. 2 3t

Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Blalock expect to

move in a few days into the Raider
cottage near the high school.

Miss Ethel Borland and Mrs. Du Du-pree
pree Du-pree of Citra were among the out of
town shoppers in Ocala today.
Mr '.and Mrs. S. C. M. Thomas and
family have moved into the house re recently
cently recently occupied by Mr. Fauth.
No appetite? Then take a bottle of

PEPTONA. Only one dollar at Gerig's

Drug Store. . 28-tf

Mrs. L. R. Chazal and children, who

have been spending a week at their

home at Lake Weir, returned yester

day. ; " : '"

We are showine a fine "line- of

liathmg Caps. See them before buy

ing. Gerig's Drug tSore. 28-tf

Mrs. Lester Warner and Miss Mil

dred Warner leave tomorrow for

Dorster, Mich., where they will spend
the summer.

' We close Thursday afternoons dur during
ing during the summer months. Marion

Hardware Co.

Miss Mary Harris, who has been
the guest of Mrs. Richard Stroud for
the past two weeks, expects to leave

for her home Saturday. Z

We hear that one of our young men

whose front name is George is build

ing a nice cottage out Calvary way,

and his friends are wondering if he is

bent on committing matrimony.
We close Thursday afternoons dur

ing the summer months. Marion

Hardware Co.

The Ocala delegates to the meeting
of the Woman's Missionary Union at

Anthony today were Mrs. E. Van
Hood, Mrs. L. W. Duval, Mrs. T. I.

Arnold, Mrs. R. A. Burford, Mrs. J.

Y. Purvis and Mrs. ,C. M. Brittain.

GERMICIDAL SOAP will check the

odor of perspiration. Sold by THE

COURT PHARMACY. 2-6t

Rev. C. M. Brittain. the new Bantist

pastor, and family, are at home in

Ucala. -Their congregation engaged
for them Mr. Henry Raysor's house,
corner Wenona street and South

Third, pait it in order, and stocked it

with a whole lot of- good things that,
preachers and other neonle like to

eat. Mr. Brittain and family, on their
arrival, and before going to their new

home, were entertained at luncheon

by Mr, and Mrs. John L. Edwards
Beginning : with Rev. L. B. Warren

the Ocala Baptist church has had an

unbroken succession of first-rate pas pastors,
tors, pastors, and the impression is that Mr
Brittain will not break the series.

Eastman Kodaks and Films to be

had in Ocala only at Gerig's Drug

Store. 28-tf

Fancy Peaches 50 cents per basket

at W. A. Stroud's. 5-3t

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iizmiMm, cmssET. a eeley

mm SCHEDULES

Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The folio win sr schedule ficrures pub

lished as information and not guar-

anteea.
(Easfena Standard Time)

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Leave Arrive

2:50 am. J'clcsonTllle-NewYork 2:50 am.

1:56 pin.
4:07 pm.

3:06 pm.
5:10 p.m

2:50 am

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Jacksonville
JacksonTllle
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Tampa-Manatee 1:41 pm.

SslQp'm. Tampa-St. Petersburg 4:07 pm.

Leave , ArriTe

2:12 pm J'cksonvllle-New York 2:15 am.

1:45 pm. J'ksonville-Ci'inesvllle 3:35 pm.

C4zsm. J Ksonviue-U'nesvlile loajpm.

3:15 am. SL Pet'abrgr-Lakeland 2:12 aro.

3:35 pm St. Pefsburgr-Lakeland 1:25 pm

ciuam. "uunneiion-wucoz

7;40 am. Du'nellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm

5:2a pm. .-- Ilomosassa 1:35 pm

10:13 pm. Leesburg- 6:42 am.

1:45 pm., Gainesville 11:50 am,

Mondar. Wednesday, Pilday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Caturday.

ihz Is a Vell, Strcaj Tcna czi Przhzs Ccrdd Fcr
Her RcccTcry.

Rojsa City, Tex.Mrs. Mary K1I-

nian, of thl3 place, says; "After tlie

birth of my littla girl... my side com commenced
menced commenced to hurt me. I had to go back
to bed. TVe called the doctor. He
treated ma... but I -got "no tetter. I
got 7orsa and worse nntil the misery
ras unbearable. ..I was In bed for
three months andTsffered Euch agony
that I ".-as iust drav.n up' In a knot.
I told my .anrband If he would pet
ir. r. Icttla r! Cardnl I would try it...
I cz:z:z::l t-!:!r- It, however, that
C7cr,!:-- I ;,1 ; my family about
m?... : r : -..-'i could "net 'last
w a a v- V-aP

the better. That vrzs etz jrcara cc3
and I am still hero and am a vrzU
atronsr woman, and I owe my Ills fc
CarduL I had only taken fcaif th3
bottle when I began to feel better.
Tho misery In "my aide got less... 3
continued right on taking the C&rdxl
until I had taken three bottles and I

did not need any mora for I wsj well

and nerer felt better in my Ufa... I
have cerer had any trouble from that
day to this."
Do yon suffer from headache, back

ache, pains in sides, or other discom

forts, each month? Or do yon feel

weak, nervous and fagged-cut? If to.

glrs Cltz1, tha wtman's tcnl o

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ASK -
F. W. DITTO
Local Agent for the
PRUDENTIAL INSUOMCE CO.
About the new Life Policies now
being written by this grand old
company.
F, W. DITTO, OCALA ,FLF.

AID FOR THE SALVATION ARMY

(Concluded from' Second Page)

Juliette

W. D. Young.. 2.50

Frank Folks... 2.00

J. EL Hooper 1.00

J. B. McGehee... 1.00

H. Butler 1.00
Marvin McGehee J0

Romeo

J. T. McKenzie... 2.50

W. IL Mancham... ... ....r. 2.00
L. H. Heirs 10
J. T. Hutchlns. 100
Jeff Parson... 1.00
T. F. Morgan.. 1.00
W. E. Mattler L00

Mrs. H. B. NetUes... ... 1.00

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.50
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C. F. Smith... ... ...
Mrs. W. O. Brewer...

Mrs. Cluny Sparkman...

Buffet Osteen... .,. ..

John Wiggins. ..... ..

Mrs. M. H. Nobles
W. O. Brewer... ... ...

Lynne

Mrs. B. I. Hull... ... ... ....
Mr. Jacob Reichard
Mr. E. S. Reichard.,.
L. B. Griggs... ... ... .....
Mrs. It. B. Griggs.. .:

E M. Griggs...

J. A. Reynolds...

Mrs. S A. Reynolds

Miss N. Reynolds ...

R. C Fort
W. D. Roberts
W. B. Roberts. ........
W. C Cason... .....
J. A. Hicks... ... ...

W. C. Henderson. .

Mrs. C. H. Rogers...

C. H. Rogers ...... LOO
H. H. Perkins... ... ... ...... LOO

L. W. Wilson, Lacota LOO

Mrs. L. W. Wilson 1 .00

J. B. Gore .. ... LOO

P. T. Randall... ... ... LOO
KY E. Gore. ... ...... .50

M. Holly... .50
E. L. Randall ..... .50

Oklawaha
N. W. Hanson. ... . 4
Jno. T. Lewis...
C. Rose...

J. T. Jones

Robert Blair.....

J B. Martin..
D Long, Moss Blulf.
J. H. Morrison.'
G. A Waters... ...
J J. Marshall... ...
J. E. Brooks ., .
Robert. Martin... ...
P. D Late man
W C. White.
Pearl Blair. . .
Jettie White... ...
Emily S. Lewis......
L. S. Lassingw. ..
Mrs. Kate Clement.,.

George Price, colored... ...
Carson Bradford . .

C. -E. Connor. ..
Dr. F. P. Herr...

After the men had made a thor

ough canvass of the various wards,

Mrs. Osborne and her committees

made a second gleaning with the fol
lowing result:
First Ward

Mrs. Anthony. .

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3.00
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Mrs. Bleach...
Mrs. Barnett...
Mrs. Todd... ...
Mrs. Stovall......
Mrs. Peek.
Mrs. Schlemmer.
Mrs. Fred Vogt. .
Mr a. Home......

Mrs. Gates..,..

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Mrs. Duval rf . 5.00

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" When You Want I
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We call for your work and J
make prompt return delivery.
LIAIilOri PRESSING CLUB I
Smith & Garrett, Props. Z

Mrs. Harrold...

Mrs. Moses. . ...
Miss Annie Davis...
Mrs. Preer
Mrs. Green...

Second Ward
Mra. Tom Kilgore.,. ...
Mrs. L. N. Green... ...
Mrs. A. T. Thomas.
Mrs. G. G. Maynard...

Mrs. P- WVMtesiaTes. .. ..,
Mrs. Jus-ftf. Ixlar... ... .......

rs. Brice

Miss Porter...

Mrs. Walter Hood... ... .....

Mrs. H. W. Henry. .
Miss Kate Scott...
Mrs. J. E. Chace...

Mrs. Thompson... ...

Mrs. W. J. Edwards .
Mrs. Thompson... ...
Miss Kate Gamsby...

Miss Mary McDowell... .,4
Miss Fannie Clark..

Mrs. E. A. Osbonre.:.
Third Ward
The Misses Munroe...

Miss Adele B it tinge r..
Mrs. J. R. Old ..H
Mrs. Louise Bouvier... ... ..4

Mrs. Geo. MacKay...
Mrs. H. C. Bilbro...
Mrs. R. A. Sandif er. .
Mrs. IL A. Fausett. .
Mrs. D. W. Godwin...
Mrs. Gates...

Mrs. L. W. Warner. .

Mrs. E. T. Helvenston...

Mrs. J. P. Rogers... ...
Fourth Ward
Mrs. Mae Shuey. ...
Dr. and Mrs. K. J. Weihe.;.

'Mrs. Van Horn, Sr..

Mrs. Van Horn, Jr .....
Mrs and Mrs. Conorer. . . .
Mrs. Chalker
Mrs. N. U Williams
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe..

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support in the Salvation Army drive.

It has been a great privilege and

pleasure to me to become identified

in a movement of this character and

the pleasure has been enhanced by

being brought into contact with such

splendid people as form this type

you represent.

I shall cherish with the fondest rec

ollections my visit to Florida, and
shall certainly in profound gratitude

recall your earnest, effective co-opera

tion in the great work Just closed.

Believe me honest and sincere

when I say to you that I shall not

forget you nor your services, and

may I cherish the hope that yon will
not soon forget me. Sincerely,

Louis Lester, Zone Manager.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

LOST Three foot bamboo fishing

rod, somewhere on the streets today.

Return to Star office and get reward.

WANTED Room in refined private

home where there are young people.
Address, Box 342. Harrinxrton Hall

hotel. 6-3-2t

PEANUTS FOR SALE About 50

bushels White Spanish Peanut seed.

cheap or trade for hay or corn. F. W.

JUitto. 3-t

FOR SALE Four room cottage.
Modern improvements. Located at' 18
Hazel street. AdtjIv to Mrs. FI- f!.

Dorsey, next door. 3-6t

FOR SALE A good family cow.

Owner leaving. Will sell cheap if sold
this week. Apply to H. L. Straub,
YYfcirsdale, Fla. 3-Ct

FOR SALE Cedar posts, seven feet
long. Apply to J. J. Reaves, North
Ocala. 2-6t

JUST RECEIVED A lot of Patent

Castings that fit all makes of Cooking

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Stoves. Send in your order now as I
have a limited amount. Acme Stove

Hospital, 326 North Magnolia St. 29tf
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-

end hand furniture at 307 S. Main St.
J. W. Hunter, the Locksmith. .13-tf

Advertise in the Star for results.

DR. G. A. H. EDMISTON

Veterinary Physician and Sunreon

Residence Phone 501. Office Phone 123

Ocala, Florida.

IcMf (2: MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and ELIDAILIERS
PHONES 47. 104. 153
OCALA, FLORIDA

ADT01PAIU

Having opened a first clas3
repair shop for all makes of
Automobiles, Trucks, etc, I
solicit a share of the patron patronage
age patronage of. car owners in this sec section.
tion. section. I guarantee satisfaction
in my work and my charges are
reasonable. I carry a large
line of accessories for auto automobiles.
mobiles. automobiles. Let me overhaul your
car when it needs it, and prove
that it does not necessarily cost
a fortune.
PHONE 117
Open 6 a. m. to 10 p. m.

BOilER'S GARAGE
Corner Fort King and
Magnolia St.

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PHONE 103
or 243
for
FRESR F.IEAT
and
GROCERIES
Prompt Delivery
MAIN STREET
MARKET

Advertise in the Weekly Star.

Peace
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
you.
Munroe & Chambllss
National Banlc
Ocala - Florida

Fittine eyes

with glasses,

without using
drugs is the
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s 'KsJSl Ocala. Fla.

ANTICOR the perfect safety CORN
RAZOR, sold by the Court Pharmacy.

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Hclp.Us Give You Gsgfl Servlge

We need jour help during this hot weather. Everybody is callir
for prompt acrvice everybody needs OUIl ICE.
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Do your ahare be sure, that the ice man is not delayed at ycrr
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

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Mr. Frans: Karris, Ocala, Fla.:
My Dear Sir I am leaving tonight
for Atlanta, and before my departure
I cannot refrain f nn expressing to
you and your co-workers xny deep ap appreciation
preciation appreciation for your and their tsyal

.We have purchased the Grocery Store of T.
Monsour on South Main Street opposite the
Harrington Hall Hotel and, will continue to
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carry a complete line of Staple and Fancy
Groceries, also all kinds of Fruit and vege vege-tables
tables vege-tables in season. We solicit a continuance
of the trade of the patrons of this establish establish-ment
ment establish-ment in particular and the public in general.
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