The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Weather Forecast: Showers prob prob-abply
abply prob-abply tonight and Friday. :
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Time Once More Deferred to Present
Final Terms to the

(Associated Press)
Paris, June 12. There was increas increasing
ing increasing belief in peace conference circles

today that the reply to the German
counter proposals would not be ready

before Saturday night, -rive days

is definitely fixed as the limit within
which the Germans must decide upon

their course. ?

Paris, June 1. Information reach

ed Deace conference circles today that

the Italian officers serving with the

Czech-Slovak army have been replac
ed by French officers.

Paris, June 12. Karl Renner, head

of the Austrian peace delegation, has
sent a second note to the peace con

ference secretariat. The note deals

with the repatriation of Austrian dip
' lomatic officials now in South Amer
ica without resources.


Communist Element Bids Fair to

Take Charge cf the Dis Distracted
tracted Distracted Country



TrA 7rl PAHSaimia nrfth Til e! of MMia

irftvflrnmpnt will be proclaimed in I Harbor

Austria Sunday with the promise of

immediate success, according to in-I (Associated Press)

formation received in government I New York, June 12 The steamship

circles here.. The best information I Yankee, operated by the shipping

indicates that about forty per cent of I board and bound from Newport News

the Austrian army is Bolshevik. The I to New York, sank early today off

communists are expected quickly to I Fire Island after collision with the

augn xnemseives wiun me nuugariau i iutuau ticcamci mgcuima ui&u..

communists. The Austro-Hungananl lhe Yankee's crew was taken aooard

situation, as a whole, is regarded here I the Argentina,

at .ucuucui; I Tim GTTTT TIT? A rTI17n

PREPARING TO SIT I New York, June 12. The transport

ON ALLIED PROPOSALS I Graf Waldersee, former crack pas

senger steamer 01 the iiamburg-

( Associated Press) I American Line, which was rammed

Woimar .w 12-Bv the Asso- last nigm Dy me steamer uoaonao

PintP PrPss.V Although the national about forty miles off1 Sandy Hook,

assembly has been called to meet here was beached shortly before noon to-

today it is not likely to sit formally aay on Long ceacn, Long isiana.
until Fridav or Saturday. The prime Several members of the crew were

purpose of the session is the discus- injured in the accident, but there were

sion ana siuay ox me auieu wiswci w

the fJerman counter nronosals. and

this is not expected to be received be-1 PUSHING TOWARD PETROGRAD

fore Friday, if then. I TTT".

Stockholm, June 12. Part of the

British troops which recently arrived


Konenkamp and Heads of the Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph Companies Do
Not Concur


Pari3, June 12. The Turkish peace Mr w I,. Clvhurn. Summerfield. Fla.: at Karmansk are participating in the

delegation arrived this morning. I Dear Sir The best war to answer I operations against Petrograd, accord-

! your questions is to take your own fog to reports from Archangel. They

SIR. EDWARDS .MAKES assessment. The books now show that I are now near reirogravoasK.

A FAIR PROPOSITION I you are assessed with nothing but

merchandise, $e00the auto is elira- lroiiiunium A1 kxXju

Ocala. Fla.h June 11. 1919. inated. You must have pots, pants,! TEMPLE THIS EVENING

To the Honorable Board of County J furniture, jewelery and perhaps pigs

Commissioners. Marion. County, and poultry, but one of these showl There should be a big crowd at the

Florida. Ocala. Fla.: ion the tax books, as the six hundred! Temple this evening, for in addition

Gentlemen In view of the fact I is scarcely half the value of your I to the regular show, two instructive

that the Edwards family in general stock, but they are supposed to be films will appear, accompanied by an
and mvself in particular have been included in the merchandise. That is I address from our fellow-citizen, Capt.

singled out and criticised for not pay- the way John Edwards' pots and III. C Dossier, M. R. C, who is expect expect-ingour
ingour expect-ingour pro rata part of the personal pans are assessed, and I think both Jed to arrive on one of this afternoon's

taxes due tne county, l .respectiuiiy assessraeziis are iair iu pfupuruuu fcu uauid. ..
petition your honorable body to ap- others. The films are instructive of the
point a committee of five men who With all the care I can use, errors care the government is giving to its
are thorouirhlv familiar with the and doubles get on the tax books eve- sick or wounded men and are issued

financial condition of our citizenship ry year, Dut are deducted irom myiDy tne umtea estates nospitai oer-

to go over the assessment roll on the pay, ana no matter wno you eiect 1,0 1 vice, vapi. iouer, wuo is serving m
tax books and report their findings to I succeed me, there will be a few er-lone of the big army hospitals up

ycur board at its regular meeting mirors and doubles on tne dooks. ineyinortn, securea leave specially to come
Julv next. i';- -;"r,;'v"V?-1 areon' every tax book in the state. I home and in accompaniment with the

If we are not paying our part of If my friend Mr. Clyburn makes no nims explain tne work to tne people
the personal tases due this county, we mistakes in his business, he can claim of Ocala. He will talk to the audience
woiild like to know it, and, if we are more than any merchant in Ocala while the reels are running. There is

navim? m moportion to our neieh can. xours truly, no aaamonai cnarge, ana as n is a

bors, then we don't feel that it is fail
to be subjected to the constant crit

icism that is appearing; in i the local J

paper from day to day. i

Trusting that you will appoint this

Alfred Ayer.


matter in which all are interested,

there should be a large audience.


The regular business meeting "of

committee and that you will allow mej Dickison Chapter, U. D. C, will be J I take pleasure in announcing to
the privilege of appearing before, it I held at the 'Ocala House Friday after-1 my patrons and the public generally

at the proper time, I am, Inoon, at 3 o'clock.

Yours respectfully, Mrs. S. R. Whaley,

Jno. L. Edwards, f Corresponding Secretary.

The request was granted and the

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iciiowmg commuiee appomtea, name- ORANGE LAKH

ly: Messrs. JNatnan Mayo, ueorge

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Macs.ay, n. a. waterman, vv. i, T.aVp W 11A nrntrftrt.

Gary and J. J. Gerig. P(1 mpetm at this nlaee has iust cloa-IMr. Revels with me, as I have always

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that I have now f associated with me

in business Mr. Eugene A. Revels,

formerly of the Albany Art Studio of

Albany, Ga. My business has grown

to such an extent I was unable to

handle it with any degree of prompt

ness, and I feel fortunate in having


him an artist of ability

and resulted in several t additions to fd fine workman. I also wish to

THE ABIERICAN LEGION the church by letter. 6 pp0I:iy w tnanK au my

Y Rev. Saunders filled his regular ap-aaa cu umcn. xur tueir vaiueu

Ti t tt .-,lr,rt?rfTnorf of o MfAis r)mmYi nTi I patronage in tne past ana trust we

P may be able to merit a continuation

I,- TafiT, ctofo r,vcnHnn fitt.Pnr?aTiPO. e same a we vu uts uccir

a.; t,-t. I rho n v p tt riAiri ntnnl tn ft-! prepared than ever to handle the in

Lieut. Chazal says the meeting was ing Sunday night. Tt isplannmg -an .itX

all the measures -proposed received night during the weeK. b n2Z

UiaCCivaU V UliaUlUtUUiS OUUUUi U-U. I .. .,. f -w. w w novo. Ill J

tm; cfoa MW1,f r1 pthI vidfnr f tA -Rnrr-v fnTnilv IworK, enlarging, copying ana xram-

Tr eff0 or?Wof QQ woii J Mr. Pun Stevpnsnn to thft niPst lp&- Don t forget to bring- us your

4. It u a tn r,? t.ti Rttn?Tf iKodak films. 1. A. JJLAiil!,,

uk nnnor, wow, oitf I M f!. T' -YmiTi atxA litt! 'iAnoh. I o-It ? Photographer.

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to serve the ensuing year. The next Iter, Doris spent last week at the home

meeting will be in Tampa in June of the Brabham3. Miss Mary Lou

1920. I Brabham of Gainesville was ; alsol Moss Bluff, June llw We are hav-

The measures taken followed close-1 their guest.? linff ouite a few showers, which has

ly those adopted at the St. Louis na-j Miss Gladys Burry is preparing to J put the farmers busy trying to kill

tional meeting. It was resolved that leave lor the teachers' normal at 'lai-lgrass.

so far as possible sixty per cent of llahassee m a few days. I The friends of little Johnny Martin

the officers and delegates should bel Mr. Robert Hunter took a couple! are glad to know he is improving.

enlisted men. lof young people to preaching at Eed-I Mr. Dan Fort and Miss Martha

Lieut. Chazal says that many cour-Idick Sunday morning. iFort attended the picnic at. Oklawaha

tedes were extended the delegates by j What other school in the county can! Bridge 'church Sunday and reported a

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lueat us on teacxiers ; ,e nave a one-inne rime.

(Associated Press)
Chicago, June ISL Both sides con concerned
cerned concerned in the country-wide strike of
union telegraphers expressed satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction today over the first day's results-
Officials of the Western Union
and Postal said the strike was already
practically at an end, while officials
representing the strikers declared

that between eighteen and twenty
thousand operators throughout the
country quit yesterday and before the
day is over several thousand more
would join the strikers.

Chicago, June 12. In the face of

statements by officials of the commer commercial
cial commercial telegraph companies that the
nation-wide strike of operators had
failed, President Konenkamp, of the
telegraphers' union, announced today

that assurance had been given that

the New York broker operators, some
3500 strong, would join the strike.




Belgium and Holland Invited to Sub Submit
mit Submit their Differences to the
Pea: Conference

. (Associated Press)
Brussels, June 12. The peace con conference
ference conference at Paris will invite Belgium
and Holland to submit their differ differences
ences differences as to waterways to a commis commission
sion commission composed of representatives of
the United States, Great Britain,
France, Italy and Japan, Foreign
Minister Uymans announced in the
chamber of deputies yesterday.

And His Clique Want to Make a Her Hermit
mit Hermit and Selfish Nation
of America

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the people of Jacksonville,


tlielowest prie


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

terials should be devoted
to useful, necessary arti articles.
cles. articles. Buy only what you
need; get fall 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
.rJanroe'& OiamMIss;;;
; DJalional BanU

teacher school and so far this term! Little Edith and Ellen Green of

have had five; teachers.: How's that! Santos, are visiting their grandpar

for "high?" If any one can beat it,ents, Mr. and Mrs. Green.

come forward. I Mrs. J. C Pillans and daughter.

Miss Carrie Billingsley is complet-1 Miss Dixie Pillans of Ocala, and Mr.

ing our school, for us and we hope she I Claud Lippincott of Electra, spent

will not follow the example of her (Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr.

predecussors and quit on the job, as I and Mrs. John Martin.

we like her very much. I Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Fort were the

Tomatoes and cukes are going for-1 Sunday evening guests of Mr. and

ward every day from this station. IMrs. R. E. Griggs

The eighteenth ? birthday of Mr.l Miss Hoyt Martin attended the pic-

William Brabham was celebrated atlnic at Oklawaha Bridge church Sun-

the home of his parents on June 2nd. (day.

A cooter race was the chief diversion,! Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Vaughn of Em-

followed by a visit to "Cooter Pond," leralda are visiting Mrs. Vaughn's

where refreshments of pineapple I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Fort.

cream and several varieties of cakel Mrs. W. C. White spent Tuesday

were served. All the young folks en-1 with Miss Martha Fort.

joyed the occasion very much. I Mr. and Mrs. "Earl Green and chil-

The people in this part of theldren of Santos were visiting friends

county enjoy the visits of the Weekly land relatives here Sunday.

Star very much and were much dis- Mrs. Hightower of near Lakeland

appointed when ii failed to come in lis visiting her sister and brother-in-

on schedule time last week. 1 law, Mr. and Mrs. Dillon Long.

Who said Orange Lake was dead?! The friends of Mrs. M. O. Morrison

All these events of importance in one I are sorry to hear she is on the sick

week in a town of our size, and chick-1 list. We wish for her a speedy recov-

ens and the war not mentioned. Per-lery.

haps we are only sleeping and these! The ladies are busy canning black-

items are the beginning of an awak- berries and peaches.

enmg. I Jiiessrs. aldctt. rorx, uan r ore,

John Martin and Lem Griggs were

WILL CLOSE THURSDAYS I business callers in Ocala Wednesday,

,Mr. and Mrs. John P. Galloway and

We will close our, shop on Thursday I niece, Muriel of Ocala, spent Friday

:: a?1. il.i ai r

aiternoons except xo sen gasoline anaitt. meir xixiui.

oiL 5-tf Bouviera Garage.

Bananas 40 and 50 cents a dozen

Small want zfcs will sell bia W. A. Stroud's. 11-tf

At the special meeting of the coun

ty commissioners, the members of the
board, having inquired as closely as
possibly into the sentiment of their
constituents, ordered an election to be

held Tuesday, July 22, to decide

whether the county should take
charge of the fair. 4

Mr. Jno. L. Edwards appeared be

fore the board, and asked, in consid consideration
eration consideration of the manner in which his
tax returns had been criticised, that
a committee be appointed to inspect
and appraise his property. The board
granted his request and appointed

Messrs. Nathan Mayo, George Mac Mac-Kay,
Kay, Mac-Kay, II. A. Waterman, W. T. Gary
and J. J. Gerig.
Shady, June 6. Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
Douglas were visiting relatives here
last Thursday. ..
. Mr. Harvey Blackburn, that hust hustling
ling hustling county demonstrator, was here
last week vaccinating hogs for Mr.
Vaughn and Mr. Arthur Douglas. Mr.
Blackburn has a way about him that
captivates the boys; and they are al always
ways always glad to see him (the big and lit little
tle little boys). i
Ebbie Hugh Douglas and J. D.
Smith went down to Stokes ferry Fri Friday
day Friday to camp and Jlsh. They found

Mr. and Mrs. George Buhl there too,

Saturday morning early, and all
caught enough fish to satisfy them
and enjoyed the outing.
. Mr. Jim Adams of Belleview was

visiting here Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs: J. P. Phillips and boys
and Mrs. Clifton Long and baby
Ruth, of Ocala, were supper guests of
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Douglas Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Douglas of
Weirsdale and Mrs. Banard Clifton
and Miss Ruby Albertson of DeLand
were dinner guests at Spring Hill
Wednesday. Mrs. Clifton was, before
her marriage. Miss-Louise Albertson
and taught the Shady school one term.
Some of the members of Olivet
church expect to go to the Oklawaha
Bridge church Saturday to partake of

the good things, both spiritually and
physically, prepared for the occasion.

Mrs. F. G. Buhl and little cons went

to Ocala Wednesday, Mrs. Buhl at attending
tending attending to some business.

Speaking of being "as busy as a

bee in a tar bucket," well that is

Shady at the present time. Tomatoes
are occupying the time of a good
many of the men and the rest are
working like Trojans at various other

things. The women are at their can

ning and things are moving along as

merrily as a marriage bell. Summer

time with plenty of fruit and vege

tables, daily rains and the drone of
thousands of insects at night (not
forgetting the familiar tune of the

mosquito) is indeed here. f

Shady, June 11 Mr. and Mrs

Simmons of Pedro visited Mr. and

Mrs. Price at the Edwards farm Sun


Mr. and Mrs. Fred Buhl and boys

and H. W. -Douglas were guests of

Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Will Little, after vis

iting their, daughter, Mrs. Fletcher C.
Barnes a few weeks, have moved to
Ocala to reside.

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Blair have

moved to Ocala, where Mr. Blair Is

employed on the police force.

Mrs. B. J. Woods and little girls

are enjoying a visit to Lake Weir,

joining Mr. Woods there for a two or

three weeks' stay.
Mr. John Gaskins is riding in his
own Ford now, having made himself
a present of one this week.
Mr. Otis Gaskin returned last Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, from France. Otis has been
gone over a year and his friends here

and elsewhere are all glad to see him


Mr. Sam Redding went to Charter
Oak Sunday morning to visit his

brother, Mr. Asa Redding and reports

him as improving gradually.

Mr. and Mrs. James Goin and Mrs.
Goin's sister, Miss Stroble went to

the Oklawaha Bridge church Satur

day. After they returned to Ocala,

late in the evening, little James Goin
was crossing the street when a car in

passing struck him, throwing him vio

lently on the hard street. While he

was still unable to walk Sunday, he
was considered better. The doctor

"said he sustained no serious injuries.

The Board of Trade has an inquiry
for large quantities of sour oranges,
wild or bitter sweet. The secretary
of the Board of Trade would like to
have the names .of all those who will
have oranges of these types for sale
next season. Many grove owners
have a few bearing sour orange trees
which in the past have proved un unprofitable,
profitable, unprofitable, and the trees have as a
result been neglected. If a good
market for this fruit can be develop developed
ed developed it will mean added possibilities in
the citrus fruit industry in Marion
county, already one of the leading
industries in this county.


(Associated Press)
Washington, June 12. Senator
Knox's resolution to put the Senate
on record as against accepting the
league of nations in the terms of the
peace treaty was reported today in
amended form by the Senate foreign
relations committee. The committee
struck out the section of the resolu

tion which would declare it the policy
of the American government that
whenever the peace of Europe became
again threatened the United States
would co-operate to remove such
Washington, June 12 The eleventh
annual meeting of the Southern Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Congress will be held in Sa Savannah,
vannah, Savannah, Ga,, Dec. 8th to 10th, inclus inclusive,
ive, inclusive, executive officials of the organi organization
zation organization announced here today.
Washington, June 12. Recommen Recommendations
dations Recommendations that the government quit
building and operating commercial
ships at the earliest time practical
were presented to the Senate com commerce
merce commerce committee today by the ship shipping
ping shipping board. The sale of all commer commercial
cial commercial ships is recommended.

Saturday and Sunday of last week
the Baptist hosts of the western di division
vision division of the Marion association met
in session with the Woman's Mission Missionary
ary Missionary Union at Oklawaha Bridge
church., Saturday there was a pro program
gram program covering the several depart departments
ments departments of woman's work, conducted by
Mrs. T. N. Strange, superintendent
of the association. The attendance
was good and the discussions practic practical
al practical and profitable. Reports from th
various churches in this part of tha
association 1 showed interest and pro progress
gress progress in all branches of denomination denominational
al denominational work. At the noon hour a typical
Florida luncheon of hot fried fish,
cabbage palmetto, coffee, corn dodgers
and fruit was served.
Sunday was the great day of the
feast. The weather was perfect and
early in the morning the road was
alive with people from all directions,
and from a distance of 25 miles, go going
ing going to worship with the Oklawaha
people who have the distinction of
being the most hospitable and cor cordial
dial cordial of all our country communities.
The services of the day were "open

ed by a solemn and beautiful bap baptismal
tismal baptismal scene. The limpid waters of
the lake reflected the glory of the

sun and the overhangging branches
of the grand old moss-draped oaks
made a softened shade. The vast
concourse of people stood in a sacred

hush about the waters edge, while

the pastor. Rev. R. Strickland, read
from God's work his divine authority
for administering the holy rite. Three
persons were then "buried with Christ

in baptism," a mother and son and a
young matron who has but recently
entered upon the building of a home home-life.
life. home-life. There was a "bit of heaven"
there, and every one felt the sacred


Next came a service of song by
the choirs of Oak-Griner Farm and
Oklawaha churches. We have rarely

heard better chorus music The choir

was made up entirely of young, fresh
voices, and they sang in "time and

tune." The parts were well balanced,
there being about an equal number of
young, men and women, with the or organists,
ganists, organists, Miss Gladys Stanaland and
Miss Agnes Crago, leading." The
names of these fine young people are
as follows: Lannis Perkins, Jasper
Wilson, Amos Pruett, John Etty, El Elmer
mer Elmer Griggs, Leland LufTman, Jennie
Griggs, Oda Luffman, Louise Mur Murphy,
phy, Murphy, Lois Pruett, Agnes Crago, Ruth
Strickland, Gladys Stanaland, Alleyne
Rogers, Alma Hicks, : Flossie Man Manning,
ning, Manning, Jean Manning, Robert Rogers.
At 11 o'clock Pastor Strickland
preached a strong, forceful sermon
from the text "And I, if I be lifted up,
will draw all men unto me." Mr.

Strickland is not only a good preach

er, but also a great leader of his peo

ple. He has their best interests at
heart, and is in close and sympathetic
touch with their every need. The
good work along musical lines done

by the choirs of his churches is the
result of his having during the past

winter employed a teacher of singing

for his young folks and there is

scarcely an evening during the week
that the Oak-Griner Farm church,
near which he lives, has not some
kind of uplifting service for the com

m unity. We wish this same work
could be put on in every country

church in our state. The result would

be a reconstruction of country life
and there would cease to be a rush

for the small towns and cities that, is

fast depopulating our rural centers.

Of the hospitality of the Oklawaha
people and the beautiful and delicious

dinner spread, it is impossible to say
too much. It was an expression of
the great, hearts of the entire neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood and every one felt the wel welcome
come welcome and good cheer so extended.
The housewives already known far
and wide for the excellence of their
culinary skill, added fresh laurels to
their fame.
In the afternoon the pastor gener generously
ously generously gave the meeting over to a fur further
ther further discussion of the work of the W.
M. U. In the absence of Mrs.

At the Methodist Chlurch at 4 P. M-,
Sunday, June 15th
The following is the program of
the union memorial services to be held
at the Methodist church Sunday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 4 o'clock by the Odd Fel Fellows,
lows, Fellows, Knights of Pythias, Woodmen
of the World,' Rebekahs and Wood Woodman
man Woodman Circle:
Organ voluntary: Mrs. G, L. Taylor.
Song, "Blest Be the Tic."
Prayer, congregation standing, by
Rev. Smith Hardin.
Chorus, "Rock of Ages," six voices,
accompanied by Miss Mary Gates.
Scripture lesson: Rev. J. R. Hern Hern-don.
don. Hern-don.
Song, "I Need Thee Every Hour."
Address: Rev. R. F. Rogers.
Song, "Abide With Me."
Closing prayer: Rev. C. M. Brittain.
Instrumental music.
C K. Sage, master of ceremonies.
Everybody invited to be present
and' all members urged to bring flow flowers.
ers. flowers. V. L. Colbert,
For the Committee..



r Candler, June 9. Mr. II. W. Bax Baxter
ter Baxter shipped five carloads of water watermelons
melons watermelons last week, and is still keeping
the ball rolling. We judge the prices
were good by his pleased expression.
Mr. Ed Caldwell expects to begin
shipping watermelons this week.
A community sing in the manse is
scheduled for Friday evening.
A taxpayer handed us the. follow following:
ing: following: Please send this to the paper,
For I don't pay any rents,
And ask that it be printed,
Fer them's my sentiments.

In thinkin' o'er that question
, Of heavier taxation,

That hand in hand with it should go
Compulsory education.
Mr. John Haller leaves tomorrow
for a two months visit to his home in
Beaver Falls, Pa.

Corporal Ben Belcher has returned

to his home and country after nearly
two years spent in Uncle Sam's ser service,
vice, service, at home and abroad. Ben is be

ing warmly welcomed by hi3 host of


Rev. Gabard, pastor of the Presby-

terial churches at Weirsdale and

Candler, exchanged pulpits Sunday
with Rev. B. B. Staats of Auburn Auburn-dale.
dale. Auburn-dale. Rev. Staats was pastor here for

two years and his many friends were

pleased to have the opportunity cf

again listening to one of his sermons.

He preached to the Weirsdale people

m the evening.

Miss Marjorie Howell of Ocala was

the guest of Mrs. John Mathews part

of the past week and while here at

tended the dance at Belleview Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evening.

Mrs. Blanch Allen, accompanied by

her two children and auut, motored
here from Ocala last week for a short

viist to her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. J.
H Mathews.
Mr. DeWitt Staats of Auburn dale is
visiting Candler friends.
Mr. Henry Sylvester spent part of
the past week in Gainesville.

Engineers Hare Served Net.. Net..-There
There Net..-There Will be No Fuxllur
. priations Until TraIc Y'.:r;
The problem cf devdcpl::.
transportation on the O.-J-y, -;.
will be thrashed cut at
meeting cf the Board cf Ti
night at 8 o'clock. 'Ihis pro
one that has been cccf

city for years, v uncus i
have beta made to solve tl.cj i
but freight trails on the riv, r
undeveloped. The time h
for action. The United ll -nters
have served notice t
will be no further a; ; :
made for the improve m:.l
river until there is su':l :
the tream to warrant I'...-
ture of more money. T:.c i
have also served not: jo t'.- ;
terminals and dockir- f.-ci'-li.
be provided as a condi:!
appropriations. Will
of Ocala take the pruM ;
and put it through? Dj i
lower freight rates? ri.;.;r. c
in the past have shown tu t:
er development of trar.. ; crt :
the Oklawaha would rt ;ull 1 :
large savirg in freight r;-t
boat or barge line'.J ; ; ;-self
self ;-self in a short tin:?. Tho rl.c
tion'is one of the bigu-t t'.
has to face. Every ir. :id
business man in the c.ty

present at the meeting tor::!;.


JL4 VJ.t A

Is the Last Day cn WLk Ii i$
Year Inccnie Tax
Jacksonville, June 12. .ThcrM;
took advantage cf the opportune.

fered by the government to ;y

income tax in installment.! cf -cent
are reminded that r.s t!;t
payment of 23 per cent was
March, the second installment c
per cent falls due on June 15
must be in the hands cf the t .,11
by that time. The bur din cf
track of thece payments is v.:-:-:-.
Collector James M. Cat!::, r.
internal revenue servi;?, rtr.:-1
terday that vhile r.oti;t:i I.'..:
sent out to those who v,?i-
their income tax in ir.2ta!!;v
might be that ther arc a numb-, r
for come reason, or another m
have received their notices rr. 1
they are therefore remind,.,!
fact that the middle cf this ?.. ...
the time limit for th.3 c
second installment cf their :::
Thi3 arrangement has i ..ri
satisfactory one fjr mrer.y : :.
great convenience to V

income tax. The v.-crh c

ment will Ls all the m ; : :
if these payment rare
lector before the- r
Failure to pay the h:
for a penalty the f :z? ; : :
pay 'the income t-.:: '..
'larch. The payment- I r.:
have been made quite j .
the sending. cf the inrtah ..t
it 13 expected, fellow il.z : ;
Go to tho filling station f....r
gasoline and see what yr-M
c-io-tf auto sal::;; c

Dr. Watt's Is novr In ti:
dcr block, phone CIO; u

phone 103.

2-1 :

Strange, Mrs. E. Van Hood presided,
and spoke upon the value of mobiliz mobilizing
ing mobilizing and training the forces of the

church for Christian warfare. A Bible
reading and discussion of tithing and

stewardship resulted in many accept

ing the titter's card and a promise to

prayerfully consider this great doc

trine and to return the cards signed

to the pastor at the next church meet


The meeting was dismissed by an

earnest prayer by Mr. Stanaland.

The Oklawaha church numbers

among its membership some of the

best people on earth earnest, cense

crated? and faithful. The Fort and

Rogers families. th& StsnnljiTv-o tht

I Hendersons, the Griggs, Uncle Peter

Durisoe and a splendid company of
! young Christians, just entering upon

active service. Oklawaha is a grand

'old church.


A modern gas ran;;e, To

for cooliin men..:; :
in the improve:.! ml
style. Very slightly t:
and a bargain if sold

A white-reed baby c
riae, reveroible bc-h
large size.

C.CFrazIcr;71Q Ahx

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10 R I I rUrHIHO- OTiO comes Gov. Catts and vetoes the law.
J I. Ill I HJrillllh i fill It is reported that our ex-senator and
JyflLlI LlLlllilU i ll llill trtia friend. Glen Terrell of Sum

ter county took the initiative in this

uuihed Erery Day Except Sunday by move, which if successful will give

OF OCALA, fLA. vumty W uuiu up

owners woo nave uuui. uumcs uy wic

A. i J TIT. tioa

P. V. LaveS5oa, 1 7



J. II. Benjamin, Editor


TVntM-d at Gcala. Fla., (postofflee as

second-class maiver.



Editorial Department

The people of Belleview, always

.nve-One I patriotic, are going to have the big.

.Tw-svelgCgt fourth of July this year that live

and pretty town has ever, seen. They

member- associated prkss are g0ing to have such a' day of fun
The Associated Press is gggJ that it will do everybody good to par-
aUS.w.f0S ticipate. the fourth this year comes
?2v 4ll- SrSsiffi on Friday, but the Belleviewites in-

auu w -t. oMihiatimi 01 1 rnn T.r rnunn un an ine umjl auu

special dispatches


; Domestic ;
ix months. in JW- !.50

Three monuu,
On month, in-advance ....

' Foreign
. . .58.00

tfa.. to iSSSi;:::.. HI JMnM communicate with her at her

Three months, in advance... fl home in Belleview.

One month, in advance.....


scare all the bad luck from that day

of (the week. Lots of Ocala people in intend
tend intend to attend, and hope to meet

their friends from all parts of the


Miss Minnie Tremere is chairman
of the finance committee and all who
wish to chip in toward making the
occasion the greatest of success


,.,, TiatA 10c ner inch for con con-DUplayt
DUplayt con-DUplayt 1 jaw vilfRrnat6 lnser-


fiSXf 2! r,er cent "additional. Composi Compositions
tions Compositions Z& Jper ceni tnaQ

tlon enargeu 77fi position

The Lakeland Telegram pertinent-

ly says:

"Two candidates out against Flet-

im fie. ter men. I a wo cam

fi ottlonaL Kates -DMea o:j T a-nA

sw.V" jrrwTT.. vm-n four inches I cner aireauv uur uwu cuuuvy

tin take higheVate, which will ie w. w nmoy. The latter will not

furnished on application.

be a serious factor in the race, as he

Readies Notiee-i ..4 aubse- has not been before the people suffc-
oue? insertion? oJe JS? iently to enlist any considerable sup sup-allowed
allowed sup-allowed on readers without extra wn- port unless he develops a brilliancy
liiSJtrt! of campaign that can hardly be ex-

o - 4, 1. mmtnten. or cirai&oi . . -n j

Electros musi rtr,"r;r iz ipected 01 mm. riournoy is one 01

the grand army of former friends

whom the governor has alienated
since his accession to office, but it is
probable that what votes he gets will
draw from Catts' strength rather
than Fletcher's. Telfair Stockton will

will he made for mounting.

June 15 is the very last day to file!

income tax forms.

Tf u nnderstood that there are a

good many watermelons in this J1""" als0 be a candidate for the senator-

TX7 hov KPen BCVCiat I U i 1 a J TA-Tl A n


The piano recital that was given
Tuesday afternoon by the pupils of
Miss Irma Blake proved a most en

joyable and delightful affair. The I If you have any society items,

recital was held at the home of Miss please phone One-Two-One (121).

Blake on South Fourth- street. The

house was profusely decorated with I Miss Mary Bull left today for her

ferns and cut flowers. Ihome in St. Augustine, after a winter

Miss Blake most informally greeted I spent in Ocala.

the guests at the door and the simple

hospitality offered made the affair 1 Mrs. Arthur Williams returned yes

most enjoyable. .The punch table was I terday afternoon from a short stay

most attractively arranged and pre- in Jacksonville

siding at it were Mrs. Clifton Long

and Miss Pearl Fausett. At the con to to tne tilling station lor your

see what you get.

elusion of the program two attractive I gasoline and

young ladies, Elizabeth Bennett and 6-10-tf

Mary Lane, served to the guests de

licious punch and sweet waffles. Th Mr. R. S. Hall is home from a visli

pupils who took part in the program,! to Asheville, where Mrs. Hall and her

but are onlv a Dart of Miss Blake's I sons are pleasantly located for the

large music class, invited the guests summer.

and took this means of giving their

parents an df riends a very pleasant Mrs. M. E. Ervin and Miss Mary
afternoon, about forty guests taking Ervin have returned from a pleasant
advantage of the invitation. visit of several days to relatives and

Miss Blake's pppils certainly ac- friends at Citra.

Quitted themselves well and by the

manner in which thev rendered their We are showing a fine line of

numbers showed the hard work they Bathing Caps. See them before buy-

had done durine the year and the inc. Geric's Druer tSore. 28-tf

careful and efficient training they had

been given by their teacher. Madge Kennedy, always lovely, al-

One of the special features of the 1 ways surprising everybody and seem

afternoon was the presentation of the J ing to surprise herself, will be at the
medal that had been offered by Miss I Temple Friday night in "A Perfect

XJia&e ab uie ucg inning ui cue jrcai,i jaujr.

and the fortunate winner proved to

be Miss Natalie Minshall, who won j Lieut. Morris Smith and wife ar-

the medal by her conscientious and! rived in Jacksonville from New

efficient work. Haven, Conn., yesterday. Lieut.
Following is the program which Smith will probably be in Ocala for
was so well rendered and listened to a visit to his father. Dr. D. M. Smith,

with so much pleasure: in a day or so.

March of the Sentinels Evans

Willie liuckaby I uo to the nlling station tor your

Rustic Dance Schneckerl gasoline and see what you get.

Genevieve Hall 6-10-tf AUTO. SALES CO.

(a( Serenade Sarciani

(b) Spinning Song. . . .Ellmenreichl Mrs. W. O. Massey and Miss Phil

Pauline Godwin llips, who were to have left yesterday
(a) Minuet Schoelling I f or Talladega, Ala., remained over

(b) Orchids'-.. Martin luntil today on account of the wreck

Natalie Minshall I on the Seaboard, which was not clear-

TTifo frtWnr. oW -n lit- (a) Spring Morning ..Dichmont ed away until late last night.

mAnr niriaa i IDJ xtose in tne uua uorsier

Tit possibility of see-L-m. w i,0 Mni0 r inJ Pearl Fausett 1 Mr. Max Fishel, who has been m

Alier uuij r . .w., wiv. v. 1 a- -i 1 1 -ri: j xt v t.

Inf? sea serpents from the peacm ida wouid turn down such a man for rarnuig in mmuei. ueioei iMmu au xw xor &ome

nnd niers of ocean resorts will greawy 1 any one 0f those mentioned as his

ship, it is understood. Intellectually,


possible opponents.

Genevieve Hall I weeks, is expected home in a day or

(a) Oh, So Pure. ........Von Flotowleo. His mother, Mrs. M. Fishel, who

The people of Austria are reported


f h in Hesnair. The same



have been said 1 of the
years ago.


Today: Mary Pickford in "Re "Rebecca
becca "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm," and
Mutt and Jeff comedy.'

Friday: Madge Kennedy in "A Per-

-nniu now law about dogs the

sheep raising industry may go. lor-ifect i.ady," and Hearst News.
.,,0 a a 1 itf a. Times-Union. I Saturdav: Violet Merscreau i

Dance of the Dwarfs.

Pauline Godwin
Bowl of Roses
Beneath de Willers..

Margaret Long

Duet, Sleigh Ride



.Bernaldlis in a Baltimore sanitarium, is slowly

improving from her recent illness.


. .Cowle I Just in, Lord Baltimore Paper in all

colors, 60 cents the box at Gerig's

Clarke Drug Store. 28-tf

You Can Always Count On



i I

In designing the Chevrolet automobiles the utmost care is
taken in their mechanical construction, at the same time taking
care ot the gracelul models which has made them the envy ol the
manufacturers of the less handsome appearing machines.
Let our demonstrators show you the
many superior points of construction.

Willie Huckaby

ward a little. Times

Alas! you hoped too soon

(a) In the Dark, in the Dew.. Coombs I Mary Pickford will appear at the

Saturday ViaU: iw Trt (b) Because D'Hardelot Temple m "Rebecca of Sunnybrook



t- ..- 1 it. -mc n: 1

gether," and Sunshine comedy. .reari raui!" . r evenmg. iuary oru

Monday: Bessie Barriscale in "All turning. . . .; xxuuivaujr

j 1

About ? this time of year, a of a Sudden Norma."
many mamas and daughters anxious Tuesday: Clara Kimball. Young in

mnrtor If naoB CU V OrhaofiW riiafAM

t qj ft YBCaVlUU nwiiv vuntuug uucaiici a(

work a little harder. He generauy
does. ' '

Many people have been inquiring
whafhasbecome of "Mickey the
Star's devil. Mickey has gone, ona
fishing trip to the gulf. We hope he

wilA be home soon.
The Germans were the first people
to cross the Atlantic under thejea

j v.s & moricnnsi tne nrsw w wuoa

anu viic j: 1 xwvaxms oix line maximum, one 1 r, -.r .. .
it above the sea, anoVthat is the dif- thrce 'tbSS'tSoi Fourth street

f erence between tne wo

Elf Land .................. Martin Ira addition some of our friends who

Natalie Minshall Jhave seen "Rebecca of Sunnybrook

Prelude Rachmaninoff I Farm" pronounce it one of the best



Mary Lane

(a) Four-leaf Clover Brownell

(b) May Morning Denza

Margaret Long

ever shown on the screen.

Every used car we offer has been throughly overhauled and
put in first class conditio. All worn parts are replaced and most
rigid tests are applied before putting them on the makei. Here are
a few we now have In stock: .
One 1916 Ford Touring Car
One 1919 Ford Touring Car (New)
One 1918 Chevrolet Touring Car
One 1919 Chevrolet Touring Car
One 1917 Ford Truclc
II you are in the market for a used car you should call and let
us show you these. Every one Is a real bargain at the prices we
are offering them.

North Main Street

Ocala. Florida.




The Temple had two of the best ol

short features for its patrons Tues

day and Wednesday nights. On the

the first evening Constance Talmadge

appeared in "Experimental Mar-

Mrs Ram Pir nf RalrimnrP. MdJriage," in which she and Harrison

who Ts Saying in Ocala lor short a story of a young

while, was the attractive honoree yes-


Arrival and Departure of passenger

terday afternoon when Miss Irma

Blake entertained at' her home on

lady engaged in the feminist cause, trains at OCALA UNION STATION.

who married a young man on condi-j The following schedule figures pub pub-tion
tion pub-tion that the marriage contract should lished as inf ormation and not guar-

be in effect only from Saturday night x

i.Mi r 1 .1 . II, ibaavctu uiouuuu xuuci

ru- 1 1 i j .11 ai lii 1 mnnuav mnrninc. ine rnnrracmip 1

i np nniisp mnKPii rnnsc m i. i. rnc livh i o o t.mtmmm. n n

with its floral decorations of daisies!

and maiden hair fern in the living mamaer 01 tne weeK. Anynoay who Arrive

I j 1 i e : u ui 1 saw me uicture ana look into consia-i 2:zu am jacKsonvme-ew xotk. z:iara

prnTinri Tno Tronn ht t no Tim oo m "9 i z : :

75c; one month $3. Payable in ad


a vi denunciatory of Carranza

tooninc I trrT? PYruAMnp Tiriii

aDPearS m me aww, 17 I : V uu6C 1Wm uu VA C : u,Jl:53 prn Jacksonville

. ff 'unn i i i KvanvA -fawim ivt.i J ICXablWlt UiC blCUU Ul LUC Limes ILUU1UI1 LI l.n- I v 1 in.

lusl" .1 .j.s.wiAn nfl Won ill) f v i, I nt: rii u, ,v, Iheln thmkme that to many modern 2 :l 5 am Tam-pa-Alanatee-

orose TJOCt Ol ine auffliuWar w w-wjrf iwc, aou ivx,, c su Peterabure

V,r na -: Mr- W 11SOI1 la wuo o i v i w i-i iiuvukuvb. xxuiib-1 iui a. xv. jr. Jjxaxwc. utcti iuc eucsm aa .. ... i.ou uiii x aiuya'jiiiuaicc

F. .7 t-i. JoVoanrlft for some inerton. New York: fi-12-12t tv,pV ntrpr1 anrl intmdnrpd tViPTti tn De much more congenial than the old- 4:25 pm Tampa-i5t. Petersburg

frarriTiir uuu i ino.. i o -- ----- -- i ...

Ontralor South American Amoren- the honoree, Mrs. Rice. The punch monea,

umMiiiU cjix gooa piow nanas anaitaDie was locatea in tne naii ana was i-7 7s 77 V & ravi Arrive
ten men f or clearinsf. Steady work for attractively arranged with flowers. Plcture Pretty Peggy Hyland acted T5m j.v-oMin..v.w Tric llr& SZ

ri riavis of the Gainesville Sun is I satisfactory men at 19 cents per hour, and presided over by Mrs. Clifton ?ne Pa" of a mountain lassie who fell 1:45 pm. j-ksonviiie-o inesviiie 3:35 pm.

WWV t5H oifrrt 1 PioocoTif 14-Vitt j t t?:,. i.i -v I in love wun an aviator wno lea irom :z am. J icsonvuie-u neTiii 10:1 pm.



4:25 pm
2:15 am
1:35 pm


will Sien I Pleasant, 'healthv rlarA nnH orvrirl I T,nno TIva tMps nf rnnlc wptp ar.

wWled to the dotted line. We hope treatment. Don't write. Just coine and ranged in the rooms and during the he clouds- l ? bth thrilling and

r ahnilt IS I ftfik for Mr 'Rrnwn art1 crn. fr wnrV UffpmnAn friic int.rsino. tramo xraa I numOlTOUS and had a happy ending.

su. iiiwv.nv- .1 -1 e: r j t 1- ta-t I j I

that we Can't help noncing ui uarueu fiancu, ueueon 1 enjoy eu.
fiia wpeks and months pass, the dot- Springs, Fla. 12-7t A delightful musical program was

iw becomes dimmer every day. I ; rendered during the afternoon. Solos



WANTEDAn' invalid's rolling chair were sung by Mrs. Clifton Long, Miss

Ti members of the Jacksonville I at once. Apply to E. C. Jordan & Co. Pearl Fausett and Mrs. Rice. This

fire department went out on strike Fhone 10. ll-3t was the first time that Ocala people
and left the city to take its chances ., : : have had the pleasure of hearing Mrs.
with fire. Their grievance was a WANTED -Plain clothes man to Rice sing and they, were delighted
alight one. not enough to war- work from noon to closing time. Good with her voice and charming manner

:7f WOTi in their branch of the pub-1 money for the right party. Apply at in which the songs were rendered.

r lip servke to strike. Everybody, has! once to J. WV Hunter's Gun Shop. 11-3 Another feature of the program was 11

,tr prrPTit the nublic. which sui- : the numbers which were played on

fers most from the strikes, "and thelWANTED A colored presser at the violin, guitar and. ukeleles, played H
oWifr and sailors, who are defend-1 once; good wages, full time. Smith & by Misses Ruth Simmons, Elizabeth H

i ii luarneu xressmir viuo. jrnone 10. 01 1 rsenneix;, luary xane, ana uname

- Barnett.

Rpeause a bird was singing in LOST One bull pup, .white, ears At the conclusion of. the program

OMiwh a Georgia Dreacher halted the trimmed close, tail cut short: about delicious cream and old-fashioned

services, secured a gun and shot the eight months old. Reasonable reward sweet wafers were served by Mrsi G.

vv? We mav be Deeuuar, dui. wiior nis reiurn. Kx, yv. nicnanney, in. i w. iviartm. mrs. uiaKe ana xars. a. u.

rather listen to a bird than many Orange St., Ocala, Fla. 9-3t Izlar.

nrpsichp'ra we have heard. Further-! ; The affair was a most delightful

more, we believe any bird is a better J FOR SALE Ford truck in first class tone and those who enjoyed Miss
Christian than any man who would I condition. See this if you're in need of Blake's hospitality and had the pleas-

wantrnlv destroy it. Lakeland Tele-1 a truck, as it's a good one and will not ure of meeting Mrs. Rice were Mrs

gram. I be here long, Blalock Bros., 107 Ok-1 Arthur Davies, Mrs. Charles More-
pvaetlv. Ilawaha Ave. Phone 78. 913t Iroen. Mrs. Kate Brinkley. Mrs. Law-

. .. : ..... . rence Kelly, Mrs. Clyde Balkcom, Mrs

Andy Carter of Arcadia, one of FOR SALE 1917 Buick Six roadster. W. H. Wilson, Mrs. Grider Perekins,
Catts' political pets, has been appoint- First class conditon. See Blalock Mrs. W. K. Lane, Mrs. Clifton Long,
ed fire warden of the everglades, an Bros 107 Oklawaha Ave. Phone 78. Mrs. A. L. Izlar, Mrs. Bert Dosh,-Mrs.
me the state needs about as much . Harry Watlers, Misses Pearl Fausett,

oca centinede needs a one hundred I WANTED A white woman without Annie Pope Eagleton, Louise Booe,

Anptb ler. And Carter, who edits I children to help in small boarding I Mabel Meffert, Caroline Harriss, Eliz-

the Arcadia Enterprise, is about as j he use. Apply to Mrs. Holly, 113 S.labeth Bennett, Ruth Simmons, Ul Ul-wpII
wpII Ul-wpII nnalified to act .as a fire warden I Second street, city. 9-6t llaine Barnett, Eugenia Fuller, Adele

hp pverelades as a cow is to trot I r- Bittinger and Helen Brown.

on a racetrack. Catts pretends to be FOR RENT Spend the hot summer

a friend of the people, but every timeimontns on a oeautuui laKe m an or or-he
he or-he can connect one of his supporters jange grove. Completely furnished cot-

Represents the
National Surely Co.
And can furnish all kinds of
bonds. This Company is ap approved
proved approved by the County Clerk
and its bonds will be accepted
without delay.

3:35 pm St. Pet'sburg-Lrfikeland 1:25 pm

7:10 am. 'JDunnellon-Wilcox
7.40 am. Du'nelkm-L.'keland 11:03 pm

5:25 pm. Ilomosassa 1:35. tm.

10:13 pm. Leesburjj :42 am.
4:45 pm. GalnesTllle 11:50 am

Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
TuMdur. Thursday, Saturday.

Use the Star want ads for results.

Let us quoto you prices
on a ETlonumont or Hoad Hoad-stono
stono Hoad-stono to mark tho last rest resting
ing resting placo of your Iovod
N. Magnolia St.

Read the Star Want R&s. It pays


rifh the state treasury, he is

there with the implements.


The Star can't understand this de determined
termined determined and persistent effort by our
ctate government to take away the
riparian rights of individuals who
have bought property bordering on
rivers, lakes, the sea and arms of
the sea. Riparian rights are not a
peculiarity of Florida. They, exist in
all lands and are as old as other
property rights. If a man buys prop property
erty property by the sea, lake or river shore.,
his property is generally of no use if
some one else can buy the ground be between
tween between him and the channel. 'And such
ground is not likely to be bought ex except
cept except for extortion or spite. The peo people
ple people who engineered this movement
tried to gumshoe it. When it failed,
thru being exposed by one of our big

a rr.crc epen attempt was
T::h tho legislature foiled by
7 V 2 r.: alter in its
- - i -?. An-.l now


tages located on an elevation over- The following invitation, which

looking Lake Weir; boating, fishing, (has been received by friends here,

bathing of the best fine breeze;! will be read with interest:

rates moderate. J. H. Jacoby, Weirs- "Mrs. Frederick Oldham requests
dale, Fla. 6-6t j the honor of your presence at the

marriage of her daughter, Florence

FOR SALE Four room cottage. I to Mr. Paul Benner Wolf, on Satur-

Modern improvements. Located at 18 day, the twenty-first of June, nineteen

Hazel street. Apply to Mrs. E. C hundred and nineteen, at one o'clock,
Dorsey, next door. 3-6t St. Bartholomew's church, Baltimore,


JUST RECEIVED A lot of Patent Mr. Wolf will be pleasantly remem-

Castings that fit all makes of Cooking I Lered in Ocala, having spent two win-

Stoves. Send in your order now as liters here with his aunt, Mrs. C. L.

have a limited amount. Acme Stove I Jbittinger. Mr. Wolf has seen active

Hospital, 326 North Magnolia St. 29tf service during the war in this country

apa in r ranee as a memDer 01 me

WANTED Your repair work on military police, and has just recently

trans, locks, lawn mowers, etc- at returned home and and received his

301 S. Main St. Also buy and sell sec- final discharge

ond hand furniture at 307 S. Main St.

.T w Hnnter. the Locksmith. 13-tz I Another shipment 01 the lamous

Alma Zada Face Powder in at Gerig's

fin fn th filling station for your I Drug Store. 2S-tf

erasoline and ,: see -.what', you get.

G-10-tf -v.;-::-..- AUTO SALES C0.:

Advertise in the Star for results.


Having opened A first class
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 auto-m6biles.
m6biles. auto-m6biles. Let me overhaul your
car when it needs it, and prove
that it does no necessarily cost
a fortune.
Service 'Station for Moon,
Maxwell, Chalmers and Oak-
land Cars.
Open 6 a. m. to 10 p. m.

Corner' Fort King and
Magnolia St.


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Is all automobile quite up to the standard of the handsome,
hardy, big Moon Six-66.
This means six-cylinder looks, elasticity of power and all -Ground
superiority at the average 'quantity Four price. It also means the
economy of a sturdy, smooth-running car that is easy on tires and
gasoline because it is a true-to-name litfit Six.
All automobile that's -what re said 114 -inch "whedbase
Continental motor graceful s weep of body lines, vith double
cowl and stylishly high honeycomb Fedder radiator smartly
. slanting vrind&hield solid walnut instrument board, front
and rear Spiccr joints Timken bearings.
Ve want to show you this car and tale you for a rkie in it.

jL : OH (SS


Phoni 516, 187 and 233
Corner Ft. King and Magnolia






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HE letter reproduced at the lefi

tells of a comparative analysis
between a seven-ounce bottle

of Orange-Crush and an Oi

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diameter when peeled.
The analysis proved that the drinls
contained fifty per cent more food vain
than the orange.

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also revealed two other most impor
tant facts:
Frs that Orange-CrucL consists
of harmless and whole-


some ingredients;
that the flavor dl-. Orange Orange-Crush
Crush Orange-Crush is that of a natural

This means that Orange-Crush is more than a delight delightful,
ful, delightful, thirst-satisfying drink. It is also health-giving and
body-building. Oranges have long been recognized for
these qualities. Just as an orange is "good for you" zo
Orange Crush, which is made from

luscious oranges, will tone up your system
will, in the truest sense, refresh jch

Try it today it is for sale everywhere.
Order it by the case. Drink it sparkling
refreshing, icy-cold. Keep it in the horns
at all times.
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Ocala, Florida


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elp Us Give on cci Service

We need jour help during this hot weather. Everybody is calling
for prompt service-verybody needs OUR ICE.
Do your share 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
serye you. V : V; -v ;tj ; ;

We know you will help us thank you.


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An ad. in the Star will bring you good returns on the investment. Try it.

Charter Oak, June 10. Mr. T. W.
Barnett and little son Raymond, made
a business call to Summerfield Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Mrs. Cora Redding and. sister-in-law,
Miss Nannie Belle Redding, left
Saturday for Island Grove to visit
relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Barnett and
children of Coleman were pleasant

callers at the Barnett home Sunday,
returning to Coleman Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Perry and
charming little son and daughter,
Cecil and Mary, of this communitl,
visited Oxford Sunday.
Mr. McDermic and children attend attended
ed attended the sing Long Hammock Saturday.
Miss Bessie Mae Loften attended
Sunday school and church at Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Loften are having
the pleasure of a visit from their
daughter this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Remington were
dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Rem

ington's mother, Mrs. W. A. Reddick.

Mr. and Mrs. Tompkins and little

daughter, Angie and Mr. I. Martin

and two little children of Oxford at

tended church Sunday, taking Rev.

Martin back with them that night.

Mr. and Mrs. Simmons visited

Shady Sunday morning.

Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Perry accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mrs. Perry's sister and
brother, Miss Zelma and Oscar Proc Proctor,
tor, Proctor, of Pedro, attended church here

Sunday night.

Mr. Willie Barneau, who has been

helping Mr. G. C. Perry, returned to

Oxford Sunday.

air. sam Heading 01 Shady was a

pleasant caller in our community Sun


We are very glad to report that
Mr. W. A. Redding is able to be out

again and is arm is much better,

after being laid up for a few weeks,
caused by being thrown from his

horse some time back.

Mrs. Smith of Ocala was visiting

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith Sunday.

Mrs. Fields of St. Petersburg is the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. A.

Mr. Carl L. Perry of Pedro was

pleasant called of Miss Rena Barnett

Saturday evening.

Charter Oak is waiting anxiously

to greet two of her soldier boys who

it is reported sailed from France
some time ago. They are Mr. Henry

Redding and Mr. Kenneth Redding

They left about the same time for
France and everybody is glad to hear
they will soon be in the U. S. A.


W. E. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,

Florida. tf

Mr. H. C. Bilbro, after a week's

confinement to his room, is out again.

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Why a


TSPOT Chalmers

is Well Nigh Trouble Proof
rfec, Jim


TV, T OST troubles in a car come from faulty lubrication.
I Y J An authority remarked the other day that 75 of all
J" troubles could be traced to this cause.
A former professor at Yale, said: "Give a car plenty of
lubrication and it will take care of itself.'
Now here's. how the Hot Spot Chalmers happens to be
free of lubrication ailments.
Hot Spot heatsup' the raw gas, "turns it into a vapor
cloud," so that Avhen the ingenious RamVhorn has passed
it on to the cylinders it's finely prepared for combustion.
No raw gas runs down past the pistons into the crank case
to thin out the lubricating oil.
In engines of the old type those without Hot Spot and
Ram's-horn raw gas has caused endless trouble:
burned bearings that cost a great deal to replace;
excessive vibration that develops countless rattles;
engine knocks that are often taken for carbon knocks;
-overheated engines.

Such things you rarely experience in a
Chalmers and then only through extreme per personal
sonal personal carelessness.
See the modern engine in the modern car
the Hot Spot Chalmers, one of the few great
cars of the world.


Mrs. R. H.




is here from
her Ocala



40 cents a



Mrs. Mamie Fox is visiting her

son, Mr. inas. Lt. tox, at nis Home in
St. Petersburg.

Charlie Fishel's chicken house was

raided last night. Charlie had only

three chickens and the thieves took


Mr. Jesse M. Smith and Miss Janie

Williams, a couple from Tampa, were

married by Judge Smith in his office


Miss Dorothy Lyles, formerly of

Ocala, but now living in Gainesville,
is visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe.

Go to the tilling station lor your

gasoline and see what you get.

6-10-tf AUTO SALES CO.

Miss Louise Booe, who for some

weeks has been enjoying a pleasant

visit with Mrs. Grumbles of Dunnel Dunnel-lon,
lon, Dunnel-lon, has returned home.

Mr. J. J. Williams was a visitor in

the city yesterday and his friends

were glad to see him again and know
he is on the road to recovery from
his recent critical illness.

Corporal Thomson is home from
the wars, arriving last night, and
promptly swapped khaki for civics.
He had to buy new clothes, as his
army experience added about twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five pounds to his substance. Corporal
Thomson served with Company E,
2oth Engineers, and his captain was
Norman Pratt, a clever young man,
formerly with the Florida Power
Company, and with many friends in
Ocala. Corporal Thomson says Cap Captain
tain Captain Pratt made a fine company com commander.
mander. commander. Corporal Thomson made
record time going over. It was only
bix weeks from the day he left Ocala
until he landed in France. He had fif fifteen
teen fifteen months foreign service, and his
regiment went thru the Argonne and
some other of the hardly-contented
operations in which the Americans
made a grand record. He is glad he
went, happy to be home and his
friends are giving him a hearty welcome.

No appetite? Then take a bottle of
PEPTONA. Only one dollar at Gerig's
Drug Store. 28-tf

The Star will pay five dollars for
evidence sufficient to warrant the ar arrest
rest arrest of any person who takes a copy
of the Evening Star from the prem premises
ises premises of any of our subscribers with without
out without the owner's consent.

uo to xne nning siation lor your
gasoline and see what you get.

6-10-tf AUTO SALES CO.

Quality 'Fikt

Dealer Ocala, Florida

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Mrs. E. R. Hastings, who for the

past two months has been visiting her
son, Mr. E. RJ. Hastings ofMdver &

MacKay, left yesterday afternoon for

her home in Montgomery, Ala.

Mr. B. A. Weathers is expected

home today or tomorrow from New

York and Short Hills, N. J., at which
latter place he left Mrs. Weathers,
who will probably remain all summer.
Tomatoes 9 cents a pound. Less by
the basket at W. A. Stroud's. xll-tf

Mr. and Mrs. James Kershaw after

a short visit with Mrs. Kershaw's

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crosby,

expect to leave Saturday for Cocoa,
where in the future they will make

their home.

After a very pleasant visit of two
weeks or more to her 'husband and

friends here, Mrs. T. I. Arnold re returned
turned returned to Jacksonville this morning

Mrs. Arnold's friends always welcome

her coming 'and regret her leaving.

Mrs. O. WT Long and two children
of Newberry, S. C, are visiting Mrs.

Long's brother,, Mr. Arthur Cobb and

family. Mrs. Long has been in the

southern part of the state and she

ana tne cniiaren are stopping in

Ocala for a few days.

Mrs. H. C. Packham of Ocala and

Miss Julia Webb of Kendrick are en
joying the course of studies and lec

tures that are being given at the W.

C T. U. encampment that is now be being
ing being held at Rollins College, Winter

Park. v

Mr. J. Spalding Smith has taken

charge of the shoe department at

Helvenston's. He recently came here

from Gainesville, where for several

years before enlisting in the army he

had charge of one of that city's larg

est shoe stores. Mr. and Mrs. Smith

have leased one of the Blitch bunga

lows on Second street and will make

Ocala their future home. The Star

welcomes them.

Eastman Kodaks and Films to be

had in Ocala only at Gerisr's Drug

Store. 28-tf

Dr. and Mrs. Watt motored out to

the industrial school .yesterday eve

ning, ana tne doctor-captain gave

Miss Davis and her girls a good de

scription of army conditions in France
during the war. As Dr. Watt was in
the thickest of the worst fighting, he

is qualified to tell of the experiences

of the American soldier in curbing

the Hun. His talk was most inter
esting and highly appreciated.

The guild of the Presbyterian

church, of which Mrs. F. G. B. Weih

is president, met at her home Mon

day afternoon. After the regular
business was transacted the hostess
served dainty refreshments of ice tea,
cake and mints. The attendance was

unusually good and the meeting prov

ed most profitable as well as enjoy

able. The next regular meeting wil

be held at the home of Mrs. Sidney


Georgia Peaches 65 cents a basket

at W. A. Stroud's. 11-tf

About twenty members of Ocala

chapter, Eastern Star, went down to

the lake last evening and enjoyed the

splash party that was given by Mrs

H. S. Wesson. Although the. weather
was rainy, and the roads to the lake
are in terrible condition, several cars
left Ocala about 7 o'clock. The party

enjoyed the bathing and later in tht

evening nice, ripe, juicy watermelons
were cut and enjoyed by all. After

a delightful evening the party re returned
turned returned to" Ocala about midnight.

Think what
part glasses

play in a man's 4l

This is the age

of efficiency.

Ocala, Fla.

MclvcrS MacKay


PHONES 47. 104. 355


Veterinary Physician and Surgeon

Residence Phone 501. Office Phone 123

Ocala, Florida.

When You Want
First Class
We call for your work and
make prompt return delivery.
Smith & Garrett, Props.



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Thousands of voluntary
letters from women, tell telling
ing telling of the good Cardui
has done them. This Is
the best proof of the value
of CarduL It proves that
Cardui la a good cedldse
f a women.
There zzt no harmful cr
habit-forming drugs la
CarduL It is composed
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Schedule of


ComlorlableBus Will Until Further Notice
Run BeUveen Ocala and Silver Springs on
Sundays and Thursdays on Ihe following
Schedule, Leaving Ocala iroxn Court House.

Thursday' Schedule

Lv. Qcala Lv. Silver Spgs.

1:30 P. M 2:C0 P. M.
3:30 P. M 4:00 P. M.
5:30 P. M 7:C0 P. M.
7:30 P. M 8:00 P. M.
9:30 P. 31 10:00 P. M.

Sunday's Schedule
Lv. Ocala Lv. Silver Spgs.
9:00 A. 31... ; 2:C0 P. I.L
1:30 P. 31 ..V. 4. -00 P. 31.
3:30 P. 31 7:00 P. IL
5:30 P. SI 8:00 P. 3L
9:30 P. 31 10:00 P. 31.

Edlo CairinmScIiiiaeflo FFOiupEeta



Miss Mildren Crosby was the at attractive
tractive attractive young hostess at a dance
that she gave at the home of her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crosby, on
Oklawaha, last evening. The Misses
Ruby and Gussie Douglas and Elaine
Desjardines of Arch Creek, were the
attractive, honorees of the occasion.
The evening was spent most pleasant pleasantly.
ly. pleasantly. The young hostess was assisted
in looking after the pleasure of her
guests by her mother. 3Irs. J. W.
Crosby and her sister, Mrs. James
Kershaw. Little 3Iiss Lucile Home
assisted in serving the refreshments
of ice cream and cake. About thirty
of the younger set were present and
thoroughly "enjoyed the evening.
Move those goods by advertising.

All Druggists

The Wessons Tcni3

You ean rely ca Cardal.
Surely it wO do for yen
what it has dose for to
many thousands of ether
women! It should help.
"I was taken si&k,
teemed to be .
writes Mrs. Mary ILVeste,
cf Midisoq Heights, Va.
"I got down so weak,
could hardly walk .
just staggered around.
. . I read cf Cardal,
and after taking one bot bottle,
tle, bottle, or before taking quite
all, I felt much better. I
took 3 or 4 bottles at
that time, and was able to
do my work. I take it in
the spring when run rundown.
down. rundown. I had no appetite,
and I commenced eating.
It is the best tonic I ever
w.M Try CarduL


Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Give3 Uore and Better
Work for the Honey than any other
contractor In th city.

Ten years' time affords a thoiv
ough test of almost any plan or
business proposition.
During a ten-year period any-'
thing basically wrong will ba
pretty sure to disclose itself.
The Florida Citrus Exchange
has been in active and successful
operation for the ten years end ending
ing ending June 1, 1919.
The organization is daily
growing stronger and all the
time becoming more efficient in
its service to growers.
. Over four thousand groro
owners are affiliated with tho
Florida Citrus Exchange, and
their helpful suggestions as to
the policy and operation of tho
body are of the greatest assist assistance
ance assistance to th officers and directors.
The active interest of tha
grower members of the Florida
Citrus Exchange is the solid
foundation on which has been
builded a business structure with
the power to weather adversa
conditions and to take the fullest
advantage of favorable ones.
Having saved the citrus indus industry
try industry of Florida from destruction,
having made for the growers
who are members millions of dol

lars and having proved beyond
question that its work is on tho
right line, the Florida Citrus Ex Exchange
change Exchange asks that its usefulness
may be helped to become even
greater by your support.
As to how It wiH benefit yea
rtnri as to where and wbca

you can join the Florida Cit

rus Exchange, write,
shene or call ca

Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampc, Uir,
Marion County Citrus Sub-Excncnoa
Ocala - Florida



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