The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Weather Forecast: Showers prob probably
ably probably tonight and Saturday.
VOL. 2G, NO. 113



Unexpected Move of the Peace Con Conference
ference Conference Renders Its Copy of the
Treaty Obsolete
(Associated Press)
Paris, June 13. The peace treaty
with Germany will be entirely re rewritten
written rewritten and reprinted for incorpora incorporation
tion incorporation textually of the explanations and
clarifications contained in the allied
reply to the German counter propo proposals.
sals. proposals. While unchanged in principle
virtually a new document will be pre presented
sented presented to" the Germans. It is under understood
stood understood the new treaty will be made
public on the day of its delivery or
the day after. It was commented on
in peace circles today this action ren renders
ders renders obsolete the text published in the
United States.
The council of four today devoted
oth of its sessions to revision of the
treaty text. When the forenoon ses session
sion session ended the council had sent to the
revision committee eighteen reports.
Among those remaining to be passed
are those referring to the Saare val valley,
ley, valley, Alsace-Lorraine and the league of
. Paris, June 13. Premier Orlando
left for Rome last night, intending to
confer with parliamentary leaders in
secret relative to the work of the
, peace conference and to settle certain
urgent questions, notably those con concerning
cerning concerning military precautions contem contemplated
plated contemplated on the Carinthian frontier.
(Associated Press)
Berlin, June 13. A secret session
of the citizens' council of Greater
Berlin Wednesday declared in favor
of a citizens strike, according to the
independent socialist newspaper, Die
Freiheit. The attendance at the meet meeting
ing meeting included a number of leading
manufacturers, merchants and profes professional
sional professional men and Colonel Reinhardt, the
Prussian minister of war. The chair chairman
man chairman of the, meeting is quoted as de declaring
claring declaring a strike necessary because
the president and government are in incapable
capable incapable of redeeming Germany from
(Associated Press)
Zurich, June 13. The Bavarian
government has offered a reward of
thirty thousand marks for the "arrest
of Communist Leader Levien, the
only member of the Munich soviet
who has escaped arrest.
(Associated Press)
Rio Janeiro, June 13 All the news
papers here made editorial attacks
yesterday upon France on account of;
reports indicating that France is op opposing
posing opposing the keeping of former German
steamers by Brazil. The gist of com comment
ment comment is France is being disclosed as a
false friend, if the reports are true.
Every Quarter You Invest Gives the
- Government a Lift
Washington, June 13 Sales of sav savings
ings savings stamps and certificates will be
relief upon by the treasury to supply
a large part of the government's fi financial
nancial financial needs during the period of
transition and the' thrift campaign
started during the war will be a per permanent
manent permanent part of the government's fis fiscal
cal fiscal policy.
"We've got to borrow more mone
to meet our obligations," Secretary
Glass today told officials of the twelve
federal reserve districts, gathered to
discuss plans for the thrift campaign
of the nex$ few months. "To get that
money," he continued, "we must sell
more war savings stamps and certifi certificates."
cates." certificates." TEMPLE ATTRACTIONS
Today: Madje Kennedy in "A Per
fect Lady," and Hearst News.
Saturday: Violet Mersereau in "To "Together,"
gether," "Together," and Sunshine comedy.
Monday: Bessie Barriscale in "All
of a Sudden Norma." L-Ko comedy.
Tuesday: Clara Kimball Young in
"Cheating Cheaters." International
Wednesday: Tom Mix in "Fighting
for Gold." Mutt and Jeff.
Thursday: William Farnunrin "The
Rider of the Purple Sage."
Friday: Rex Beach -in "Too Fat to
Fight." International News.
There are only a few of those two
and four-passenger lawn swings left,
and they are going now for $7 each.
E. C. Jordan & Co., Ocala. It


On the Part of the British to Reopen
Reparations Question Meets
Scant Encouragement
(Associated Press)
Paris, June 13. The British have
made an eleventh-hour attempt to re reopen
open reopen the reparations question. They
have submitted proposals introducing
into the functions of the permanent
reparations commissions the principle
of control of raw materials, etc., fur furnished
nished furnished Germany, enabling the com commission
mission commission to control Germany's econom economic
ic economic development during the period it
The British effort was not met with
a sympathetic reception by the rep reparations
arations reparations commission, to which it was
referred. It seems improbable the
proposals would be accepted, but they
constitute one cause of delay in the
reply to the Germans, which it is
rumored today will probably not be
presented until Monday.
Handley-Page and Vickers-Vimy Fly Flyers
ers Flyers Anxious to Make
the Hop
(Associated Press)
St. Johns, June 13. Officers of the
Vickers Vimy trans-Atlantic flight
expedition announce their expectation
cf starting this afternoon on the two
thousand mile flight to Ireland.
St. Johns, June 13. The Handley Handley-Page
Page Handley-Page trans-Atlantic flier is also ex expected
pected expected to start this afternoon about
3 o'clock.
St. Johns, June 13. The start of
the Vickers-Vimy machine on an at attempted
tempted attempted flight across the Atlantic ex expected
pected expected this afternoon, may be post postponed
poned postponed until tomorrow. The mechanics
discovered a damaged landing gear
when overhauling the machine this
morning, caused in landing yesterday
after a trial flight. The Handley Handley-Page
Page Handley-Page machine is expected- to start
State Health Officer Claims the Gov Governor
ernor Governor Has Broken
His Word
(Tampa Times)
Jacksonville, June 12. Dr. W. H.
Cox, state health officer, whose resig resignation
nation resignation was requested by Gov. Catts
last week following a report of a
senate investigation committee which
recommended his resignation, has de declined
clined declined to resign. He declares Go.
Catts has not carried out his part of
a verbal agreement he claims he had
with the governor on the question of
his resignation.
ml l iii. v i l
ine neaun onicer asserts tnat. ne
agreed to resign provided the gover
nor would also insist upon the resig resignation
nation resignation of Chas. T. Frecker of Tampa,
as chairman of the board of health
The governor failed to do this 'and
Dr. Cox insists that he will continue
as health officer in spite of the fact
that the governor has notified th
comptroller that he must not sign any
more vouchers for salary or expense
in the name of Dr. Cox.
The state health officer contends
that under the law he is appointed for
a full term of four years and that he
is protected against removal except
upon conviction on the charge of mal
feasance or misfeasance in office.
He will carry the governor's action
into the courts.
Tallahassee, June 9.
Editor Star: In your issue of June
6, on page 8, you quote from the
Times-Union an article headed, "Pres
ent System Seems to be Popular,
which is in reference to the vote on
House Joint Resolution No. 1, a joint
resolution relating to the calling of a
convention to revise the constitution
of the state of Florida, and at the
close thereof the purported vote of
the House on this question was given,
which list of yeas and nays was gross
ly misrepresented, both as to num
bors and individuals. I am enclosing
a House Journal of the 5th, which
gives the final vote on this matter,
and you will see that strictly speak
ing it lost by two-thirds of one vote
there being 77 House members and
the necessary two-thirds being 52
votes. My recollection is that the
matter came ud on the 4th and the
vcte stood 47 to 22.
Yours very truly,
Citizen and Taxpayer.
Small want ads. will sell big things


Of the Members of the Commercial
Telegraphers Union Would be
Agreeable to Both Sides
(Associated Press)
Chicago, June 13. The first steps
toward settlement of the nation-wide
strike of commercial telegraphers was
taken today when union officials sub submitted
mitted submitted to the Postal company condi conditions
tions conditions upon which an agreement could
be based. These conditions, in effect,
provide that the strike be called off
as iar as the Postal is concerned, if
the company will agree to -wage ad-
juatments immediately after full con control
trol control iz given the company by the wire
Chicago, June 13. At the opening
of the third day of the commercial
telegraph operators' strike the union
leaders today professed to be encour encouraged,
aged, encouraged, asserting additional men had
gone out over night and more would
join the ranks of the strikers during
the day. On the other hand officials
of the telegraph companies claimed
more men were returning to work and
that only slight inconvenience had
been caused by the walkout.
Editor Star: I had not intended
pursuing the personal property tax
matters further than my former let letter,
ter, letter, but as Mr. Ayer has seen fit to
make a further statement, which I
am unable to find any evidence for in
the assessment roll made up by him
and turned over to the collector, I feel
that the public ought to be advised as
to the correctness of the statement in
regard to the assessment of the
Ocala National Bank stock and the
stock of the Irvine Crate & Basket
In the first place, the stockholders
of these corporations are not assessed
on the books with stock in either of
these companies; and. I challenge the
gentleman to bring forth a copy of
the assessment roll for either 1918
or 1917 and show a dollar of stock
assessed to any one in either of these
In the second place, if such assess
ment should be attempted, it would be
utterly illegal, and I think Mr. Ayer
ought to be advised of this, if he does
not know it; the statute under which
these assessments were made (Sec. 8
Chap. 5596 Laws of 1907) applicable
to corporate stocks is as follows:
"The owner or holder of stock in
any incorporated company doing bus
iness under corporate name shall not
be taxed" for such stock; Provided,
hat such stock is returned for tax
ation by such incorporated company,
and taxes are paid thereon by such
company, or the property of said cor
poration is assessed for taxes where
located, and taxes ale then paid on
sucn property."
And we find for both years, 1917
and 1918. the Ocala National Bank
as well as the Irvine Crate & Basket
Company were assessed for taxes, and
paid on the property; it is therefore
idle and useless to argue that Ed Ed-wartls
wartls Ed-wartls Brothers under the assessment
to these corporations paid on a cer certain
tain certain valuation. Edwards Rrnthpr
should be assessed on their own per
sonal property, owned by the partner
ship, and that only; they could not
be assessed on their corporate stocks
in the above companies, after assess
ing the companies. So Mr. Ayer must
necessarily acknowledge this, or ad
nut he is not following the law.
What I particularly called the at
tention of the commissioners to, and
it had no direct relation to Edwards
Bros, any more than others, is that
there are persons in this county who
own not less than five hundred, and
ore or more at least a thousand, head
of cattle, as well as from one hun
dred to five hundred head of hogs,
who were not being assessed for a
single head; there are persons assess assessed
ed assessed with from ten to one hundred and
fifty head of cattle, who are publicly
known to own from five to twenty
times that amount; and what I called
attention to, without any intention of
reflecting upon any individual, or the
assessor in his official capacity, was
that Marion county was either losing
fifty thousand dollars a year in taxes,
or a few who were not able to pay it,
were making up this shortage, and
that it was only necessary to track
the law to get it on the books.
All that I asked for on behalf of
my clients was that the property be
assessed, and I assured the board, and
still assure the public, that if this
property is not put on the books,
there is going to be a county wide
campaign to associate together the
tax dodgers, and defeat the whole
Assessment. Yours truly,
H. M. Hampton.
Eastman Kodaks and Films to be
had in Ocala only at Gerig's Drug
Store. 28-tf


Agriculture Committee of Board of
Trade Will Work for Carrying
of Election July 22
The members of the Board of Trade
present at last night's meeting voted
unanimously in favor of having the
county take over the fair. A cam campaign
paign campaign to arouse interest in favor of
the county operating the fair will be
made by the Board of Trade, and will
be under the direction of the agricul
tural committee. This committee will
meet Monday night at 8 o'clock in the
Board of Trade room and map out a
plan for the campaign. The special
election called by the county com
missioners to decide the question will
be held July 22. It is believed that
he taking over of the fair by the
county is simply a question of a fair
or no fair in the future.
The following members of the
Board of Trade, present at last
night's meeting, are in favor of hav
ing the fair operated by the county:
J. W. Davis, F. E. Wetherbee, Jake
Brown, J. M. Thomas. A. E. Gerig,
A. C. Cobb, J. M. Meffert, R. D. Ful-
er, Nathan Mayo, E. J. Collier, J. J.
Tipton, Rush H. Todd, DeWitt Grig-
m, C. C. Balkcom, H. B. Clarkson, L.
M. Murray. A. C. Blowers, H. W.
Henry, H. A. Davies. F. R. Hocker,
R. L. Martin, W. D. Cam, J. H. Brin Brin-son,
son, Brin-son, John H. Taylor, L. T. Craft and
Louis H. Chazal.
Mr. Nathan Mayo and Mr. J. W. Davis
Tell Board of Trade of Disappoint Disappointment
ment Disappointment Because of Ocala's Not Being
Represented at Tarpon Springs.
Mr. Nathan Mayo, chairman of the
committee which represented the
oard of Trade before the state high
way commission at Tarpon Springs
Tuesday, in the interest of the pro
posed highway along the Seaboard
Air Line from Ocala to Tampa, Te-
ported at the Board of Trade meeting
Thursday night that there was great
disappointment over the fact that
Ocaal was not represented. The pres president
ident president and secretary of the Board of
Trade, Mr. Mayo said, had workea
hard to get representation from Ocala
but had not succeeded. The Board of
Trade was represented by Mr. Mayo
and Mr. J. W. Davis of Summerfield.
They reported that the state highway
commission had taken the routing of
the proposed highway under advise advisement
ment advisement and would make a decision later.
In the meantime Mr. Mayo and Mr.
Davis urge that Ocala and Marion
county do everything in their power
to have the road designated. Tampa
ar.d Gainesville are pulling for a road
down the west coast, which would di di-very
very di-very traffic away from Ocala and Mar
ion county. There are several times
as many towns on the road along the
Seaboard as on the proposed route
down the west coast. At the meeting
of the Board of Trade Thursday eve
ning committees were appointed to
work for the highway. It was point
ed out that the merchants of Ocala
are directly interested in the propos proposed
ed proposed road, because of trade in Sumter
county, and Mr. Mayo pointed out
that the people of Sumter county at
Tarpon Springs expressed themselves
as very much displeased with the
lack of interest shown by the merch
ants in this city.
Week's Trade Journey Will be Taken
Under Direction of Board of Trade
and Motor and Rotary Clubs.
A week's trade trip by motor thru
bouth Florida is proposed, to be con
ducted under the direction of the
Marion County Board of Trade, the
Ocala Motor Club and the Ocal
Rotary Club.- The trip will be made
sometime during the nextjtwo or three
months, with a view to recreation,
seeing the southern part of the state
and boosting Ocala and Marion coun county.
ty. county. An attractive itinerary wll be
mapped out, and an effort will be
n.ade to get as many as possible to the trip. Not only will the trip
afford to those who take it all of the
delights of the open road, but it will
give to all an opportunity of seeing
sections of the state that theyhave
not seen. It will be a get-acquainted
trip. Its proposal has already arous aroused
ed aroused enthusiasm.
Jack Galloway, a Company A boy,
who was transferred to the S. O. S.
and kept in America handling sup supplies
plies supplies when he wanted to be shooting
Huns, and who received his discharge
a few weeks ago, is going to try it
again. He has volunteered back into
the army and went to Jacksonville
today to stand examination. Jack
wants to see service abroad.
Move those goods by advertising.


Board of Trade Committee Will Con Conduct
duct Conduct Campaign Today and Tomor Tomorrow
row Tomorrow to Secure County's Quota of
Associate Memberships.
Although late in the day, the Board
of Trade was notified yesterday by
the state chairman that the national
campaign in the interest of the Boy
Scouts of America had not been start
ed in Marion county for the reason
that the citizens who had been asked
Vj undertake the direction of the
campaign in this county had found it
impossible, because of press of busi business,
ness, business, to give their time to it. At the
Board of Trade meeting last night it
was decided that, as late as it is in
the week, the county can be put "over
the top." Marion county has demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated during the war what she can
do in just a day or two. So "over the
tcp" she goes.
A committee from the Board of
Trade has-been appointed and will
make a canvass today and tomorrow
for the purpose of securing this coun county's
ty's county's quota of associate memberships
in the Boy x Scouts of America. As Associate
sociate Associate membership dues are $1 or
more a year. Application blanks arc
in the hands of the committee and
may be had also at the Board of
Trade room. W. G. McAdoo, former
secretary of the treasury, is chairman
of the citizens' national committee
having the campaign in charge.
The outstanding purpose of the
campaign is to reach more of the
nine million boys between the ages of
eleven and twenty-one years who now
do not have the benefit of the Boy
Scout organization training because
sufficient funds have not been avail available
able available to extend it to them.
Mr. McAdoo says: "This worthy
cause. stands alongside the Red Cross
and other humanitarian organizations
which have had the generous support
of the American people: In the nam
of America's best boyhood I beg
Americas manhood and womanhood
to help." 1
Board of Trade Will Post Roads to
Make It Easy for Motorists to
Get Into and Out of Marion
Mr. Nathan Mayo, chairman of the
good roads committee of the Board
of Trade, has called the attention or
the organiaztion to the need of plac placing
ing placing signs along the highways of tit.
state directing motorists to Ocala and
Marion county. Mr. C. C. Balkcom
called the attention of .the Board of
Trade at its meeting Thursday night,
to the need, too, of signs in Ocala
directing motorists into and out of
the city. As a result the signs will
be placd along the highways, signs
will be placed at the street corners in
the city directing the way in and out,
and the route of the Dixie highway
through the city will be re-marked
with red and white bands on the tele
phone and telegraph poles.
Mrs. Mary Isabelle Guthery, aged
G7, widow of L. Guthery. passed away
at the home of her son, Mr. J. J. Guth Guthery
ery Guthery at Kendrick, shortly after mid midnight
night midnight Wednesday night. Her remains
were laid to rest this morning in the
family cemetery near Rochelle, be
side those of her husband who pre preceded
ceded preceded her to the grave about a year
ago. Mclver & MacKay had charge
of the arrangements.
Mr. and Mrs. Guthery had lived in
the Kendrick community for years
and were highly thought of by their
I take pleasure in announcing to
my patrons and the public generally
that I have now associated with me
in business Mx. 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
Mr. Revels with me, as I have always
considered him an artist of ability
and a fine workman. I also wish to
take thi3 opportunity to thank all my
friends and customers for their valued
patronage in the past and trust we
may be able to merit a continuation
of the same as we expect to be better
prepared than ever to handle the in
creasing trade. WTe expect to handlt
everything in the photographic line,
specializing in high grade portraits,
home portraiture, views, commercial
work, enlarging, copying and fram framing.
ing. framing. Don't forget to bring us your
kodak films. T. A. BLAKE,
6-12-2t Photographer.
, Just in, Lord Baltimore Paper in all
colors, CO cents the box at Gerig's
Drug Store. 28-tf


Board of Trade Decides that the Time
for Action on Traffic Develop Development
ment Development Has Arrived
A special committee has been ap appointed
pointed appointed by the president of the Board
of Trade to undertake the develop development
ment development of freight traffic on the Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha river, with a view to obtaining
lower freight rates into this city. The
Board of Trade, in session last night,
gave the committee power to act. Ac Action
tion Action is expected. Tho development
of this traffic has been a problem fac facing
ing facing the merchants and business men
of Ocala for a number of years. As
was pointed out at the meeting last
night, the time has come to do some something.
thing. something. The United States engineers
have served notice, furthermore, that
unless there is sufficient traffic on the
river to warrant it, there will be no
further appropriations for improving
tpe stream. The time has come for
a decision. Ine business men, mer
chants and shippers generally muse
decide whether they want lower
freight rates. The entire future of
the Oklawaha rests upon this decis decision.
ion. decision. President Duval of the Board of
Trade has appointed the following
special committee to solve the prob
lem: George MacKay, chairman. Jake
Blown, J. H. Benjamin, C. Carmichael,
H. B. Clarkson. H. D. Stokes, W. D.
Taylor, Rush H. Todd and W. D. Carn.
Lieut. R. Lester Marsh, who with
his charming wife, is visiting the
lieutenant's parents, will return to At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta next week to be mustered out,
andwe regret to say that he and Mrs.
Marsh expect to make their home in
Lakeland. Marion county will surely
miss "Lester," one of its most clever
young men. When the president call called
ed called out the National Guard just three
years ago, he was second lieutenant
of Company A. He went with it to
the border, and was again with it
when it was mustered in on Aug. 1st,
for the- war with Germany. Lieut.
Marsh was one of the best-liked younfe
officers of the Florida National Guard
and his personal popularity added
many "volunteers to Company A. He
was ever a good friend, a big brother
to the boys, and helped them over
many a rough place before they be became
came became used to army discipline. Lieut.
Marsh, with nearly all the other offic
ers of the 124th Infantry, were kept
at Camp Wheeler, training men, for
fully ten months after they reached
that place. They trained fully three
sets of men, and when the 124th final finally
ly finally left for "an Atlantic port" it had
in it hardly a hundred of those, most
ly officers, who reached Camp Wneeler
Sept. 17 before. WTiile this was a
compliment to the training ability of
the officers, it was an irksome duty,
and they would" all have been at the
front months before had they had
tneir choice. The regiment reached
Southampton Oct. 24, and crossed
immediately to France, going to Le Le-Mans,
Mans, Le-Mans, where it was at once broken up
and distributed into other commands
that had suffered in the fighting of
the past few weeks. Lieut. Marsh
was assigned to the 12Cth Infantry,
32nd Division, and on the first of No November
vember November went under fire' in the Meuse Meuse-Argonne
Argonne Meuse-Argonne drive which was then in full
force. He saw but few days of fight fighting,
ing, fighting, but these were fierce. After the
armistice was signed, his division be became
came became part of the Army of Occupation,
and on Dec. 13 crossed the Rhine near
Coblenz. Lieut. Marsh was on duty
for four months in the American sec sector
tor sector east of the Rhine. He; says the
Germans behaved well because they
had to. They thought at first the
Americans would be easy marks but
soon changed their minds. Lieut.
Marsh was transferred from the in infantry
fantry infantry to the 107th Supply Train, en enabling
abling enabling him to see a great deal of the
occupied territory. He and his unit
left Germany April 25, embarked at
llrest on the battleship Virginia and
lifter a pleasant trip landed at New Newport
port Newport News May 20. Lieut. Marsh saw
very few of his old comrades in
France and Germany, tho the records
show that a very large proportion of
Company A was in and around Cob Coblenz.
lenz. Coblenz. However, this seems to have
been the rule in this war, in which in individualism
dividualism individualism was almost wiped out and
life-long friends could be in a few
yards of each other without knowing
Lieut. Marsh was promoted from
second lieutenant to first, and if th'e
war had lasted longer would have
wen further promotion, but his
friends prefer his coming home all in
one piece.
Fancy Peaches 50 cents a basket at
W. A. Stroud's. 13
Lawn "swings $7. E. C. Jordan &
Company, Ocala. It



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It. II. Carroll, President
P. V. Leavengood, Seeretary-Treaorer
J. II. Henjamln, Editor

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When two girls are with one man,
no chaperone is needed.
Fire losses in 1918 aggregated $3
a head for every person in the United
The human heart can hold many
loves, but only one can find the cen central
tral central place.
The 25,000 Czechoslovaks, who hold
Siberia, are said to be the cleanest
troops in the world.
The governor by his vetoes has un undone
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tle little good the legislature" did.
The department of labor has issued
a statement that Chinese labor has
the same right as other labor to or organize
ganize organize a union.
A San Francisco labor council vot voted,
ed, voted, 124 to 40, against joining a strike
in behalf of Thomas J. Mooney the
condemned bomb-thrower.
An American captain in Gladbock,
Germany, was so popular with the
people that he was elected burgomas burgomaster
ter burgomaster of the town. He declined.

When Joe Earman was here, he
promised to send us his Palm Beach
Post. That was a week ago, and we
haven't seen any Palm Beach Post
Ohio women who have stopped knit knitting
ting knitting for the war are now making
quilts for devastated France, and the
old-fashioned quilting bees are revived.

We do not see any sense in trying
to repeal wartime prohibition. Thw
piohibition amendment can't be re repealed,
pealed, repealed, and six months practice will
enable the wets to get used to it by

the time the real thing comes along.
Besides that, six months of worrying
and sousing will drive some of tht

bibulousophiles plumb crazy. If we

were sentenced to be hung July 1,

with a reprieve only to Jan. 1, we

would say, "Drive off, carter," and
save ourself six months of worry.

State Senator Crosby was in town

yesterday, and paid the Star a friend-

y call. Mr. Crosby was one of the

new members of the Senate this

term, and did not obtrude himself

into the limelight. He did not intro

duce many bills, but was generally

found supporting the good ones in introduced
troduced introduced by other members. He made
quite a fair record for his first term,

and says he believes he can improve

or. it injiis second.

The worst knockers of the state ao

ministration are bound to admit that
Joe Earman has made good. The

governor was more severely criti

cised when he put Joe on the board
of control than perhaps for any other

appointment, but it is one of the few
appointments he made that has prov

en to be a wise one. Lakeland Tele


He will quarrel with Joe before his

term is out.

nearly every state in the Union. Three their big pumpkins, belted pigs, bulls,
score and ten of its graduates served chickens, canned good3 and fine fruits
in the army or navy during the war together somewhere and stand indi indi-just
just indi-just closed and the college is training vidually the expense of showing it off
a fine company of cadets as a part of without any admission fee. But

the national insurance against an- where could we go ? If we drive m

other. with a car we have to carry all the

labor on the place; some to guard the
car and others to watch the pigs and
chickens, etc. Can't send the boy.
Some actress will captivate him at
once and he will foregt old Dobbin
and the hack.
The farmers of Marion county are
opposed to this thing. And besides,
there is no use in taxing an already
tax-burdened people for the expense
of calling an election for such an
absurd thing. We are going to see
to it that the people of some parts of
the county at least petition the com commissioners
missioners commissioners to drop this thing at once
without further expense.
Just a line about the roads. A good
deal of money has been' spent on
roads paralleling the railroads in
Marion county. This is all right so
far as it goes.
But what kind of a road system
would really benefit the county? And
has the interest of the farmers been
considered in this connection?
Here is the community of Pedro six
miles from the Seaboard railway west.
This is one of the fine farming sec sections
tions sections of Marion county. It is thickly
populated and a prosperous, pro progressive
gressive progressive people. But they are handi handicapped
capped handicapped in transportation. If the
Pedro community was connected by a
hard surfaced road with the railroad
there would be a wonderful increase
in production. See? But the hard
surfaced road parallels the railroad.
Here is the community of Pine.
Everybody that has been to Pine and
those who have read of the pretty lit little
tle little place love it. It is pleasant and
healthy. If Pine had hard a road
connecting with the railroad there
would be carloads of fruit and vege vegetables
tables vegetables shipped from here where now
the lands some of the finest for fruit
and vegetable growing in the county
are practically idle the year round.
Transportation is all that is needed to
increase the production, wealth and
I have cited two instances one
in the southwest of Clarion and the
other in the northeast. They are
typical of many others in the county.
If Marion would build hard roads to
these communities that would increase

in production, wealth and taxes, it
would be a paying business from a
financial viewpoint and a perma permanent
nent permanent investment.

How does this compare with the

proposed carnival business?

Pine, June 10. Peter Stanley.

Eight hundred and nineteen of the
6150 Methodist preachers in the
South receive less than $400 a year
and more than one-fourth of the total
less than $600.
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The Bolsheviki bombarded the Y.
M. C. A. and Red Cross workers in

Moscow on the ground that they
were capitalists and all capitalists

must be put down.
The majority of the college prof es

sors in the United States, it is said,

are teaching socialism; 52 college

professors were on so-called "peace

committees" in 1917.

We are sure the members of the
State Press Association are having a

fine time in Lake county today. We
would like to be with them, but we

were not around when the fun as
signments were given out.
A year ago, the French and Amer

icans" brought to a stop the Hun of offensive
fensive offensive toward Compeigne. This was
the great battle lasting for two weeks
in which the Americans immortalized

themselves in Belleau Wood.

We haven't much sympathy with

those people who are looking with
horror on the prospect of a dry Am

erica after July 1. A lot of men in

Ocala (us among them), who used to

take two or three drinks a day, are

getting along remarkably well with without
out without them, and what we can do the
rest of the county can.

In the last few months we have

heard a good many men who have
been staunch democrats all their lives
say they would not vote in the next

primary. wnat is tne use," uiey

say. "Thousands of men who voted

in it in 1916 broke their primary ob-

Dispatches say the peace treaty will

be entirely rewritten. This delay is

due to the partisanship and bad faith

of the members of the United States
Senate, who in trying to discredit
President Wilson have disgraced their
own country.


Editor Star: I do not know who

is the dynamic power behind the

movement to put the county into the
fair and carnival business. And if I

did know who it was I believe it

would still be a difficult task for me
to figure out just why there is so
much "heroic" endeavor to accom

plish this end.

If the fair and carnival business

was a financial success the present

beneficiaries would hold it and ope operate
rate operate it. There is no question about
that. Or if for other reasons aside

from the real financial profits they

desired to rid themselves of it there
would be ample private capital to take

it over. This is one of the natural
laws of business. Then why this ef effort
fort effort to put it over on the county?

The truth is the county has all and

more business now than is properly

attended to. Let me not be misun misunderstood.
derstood. misunderstood. I have the highest person personal
al personal regard for the honorable board of
commissioners, so far as it is person

ally known to me, and believe all of
them to be honest, good citizens,
splendid representatives of their re

spective districts.

But I do say the county has more
business now than is properly at

tended to. The rural schools-are suf suffering
fering suffering and are facing a danger of

great injury. The public roads are

a disgrace to a county like Marion.
The tax assessment question is just
beginning to unfold and when it is
thoroughly aired is going to uncover

some dark pages in the county.

Men with proficiency ought to be
directing their endeavors in the direc

tion of these things instead of dick

ering with trying to dump the so so-called"
called" so-called" county fair on the county and


There isn't a man in the county

that would give more earnest support

to a real county agricultural, horti

cultural and live stock fair one that
would be operated for the benefit of

the farmers, stockmen and fruit

growers. But we have absolutely
grown sick and disgusted with the so-

called county fairs as they have be become
come become to be operated of late years

They are anything else but a true

representation of what they are in

tended. Patriotism has given way to

petty speculation. Education has
given way to cheap john entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment. The grounds are infested with
thieves who will take anything from

a nickel to an automobile. Send your
boy there hoping that he may get in inspiration
spiration inspiration to do better work on the

The Star has received the June j farm, raise better stock, grow better

Dispatch from Tallahassee says
that Gov. Catts said, in response to a

query if he intended to run for the
Senate: "I have been too busy to even

think of politics." Wonder if he ex

pected anybody to believe that.

Gov. Catts has vetoed the bill con cerning
textbooks. For once, we agree
with the governor. The bill would cost
the people thousands of dollars for
new books, not a bit better than the
old, and cut a big melon for the book

The firemen's strike in Jacksonville
has failed. It should fail. The fire fireman
man fireman who quits his job without know knowing
ing knowing there is a competent man to re replace
place replace him is as bad as a soldier who
deserts his post. Men who are not
, willing to stick to their work thru
thick and thin have no business to
take a fireman's job.

number of the St. Leo Cadet, a very
neat little magazine published by the
teachers and scholars of St. Leo Col College,
lege, College, in Pasco county. This merito meritorious
rious meritorious little college is closing another
school year. It does splendid work
for its pupil3 and its graduates are
filling places of responsibility in

fruit, etc., and he comes back with
the very rot of a cheap carnival spirit
injected into his system until we have

to send him out of the room to get a
breath of good, pure country air!
If the good, solid citizenship cf
Marion county really wanted a fair
I believe they could, and would, get

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New VJ


Is all automobile quite up to the standard of the handsome,
hardy, big Moon Six-66.
This means six-cylinder looks, elasticity cf power and all-around
superiority at the overage '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 Irue-to-name liht Six.
A.U automobile that's -what vc sal J 114-inch vrhedbase
Continental motor graceful sweep ofbody lines, with double
cowl and stylishly high honeycomb Fedder radiator smartly
slanting windshield solid walnut instrument board, front
and rear Spicer joints Timlen bearings.
7e want to show you this car and take you for a ride in it.




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Boil vicr & Bridges :

hones 516, 187 and 393

Ccrner Ft. King and Magnolia

Ocala, Fla.



We will close our shop on Thursday
afternoons except to sell gasoline and
oil. 5-tf Bouvier's 'Garage.
Bananas 40 and 50 cents a dozen
at W. A. Stroud's. 11-tf

W. K. Lane, M. D Physidan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building,. Ocala,
Florida. tf

gasolineandfillsef hat you l MClVSF MflCKSV
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prairpeer OCALA, FLORIDA
Careful Estimates made on all Con- OR. G. A. H. EDMISTON
tract work. Givc3 More and Better Veterinary Physician and Surgeon
Work for the Aloney than any other Residence Phone 501. Office Phone 123
contr.or In tb city. Ocala, Florida.

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Country stores are rea

serve you with the same
wholesome and refreshing





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that you have been enjoying at the
city fount and refreshment stand stand-The
The stand-The same everywhere served only
in sterilized bottles. Pure, whole wholesome
some wholesome and refreshing.

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The Ford Model T One Ton Truck
is really the necessity of farmer, man manufacturer,
ufacturer, manufacturer, contractor and merchant.
It has all the strong features of the
Ford car made bigger and stronger.
It has the powerful worm drive, extra
large emergency brakes acting on both
rear wheels and controlled by hand
lever, 124-mch wheelbase, yet turns in
a 46 foot circle, and has been most thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly tested. We know it is absolute absolutely
ly absolutely dependable. We advise giving your
order without delay that you may be
supplied as soon as possible. The-de-mand
is large and first to order first to
receive delivery. Leaveyour order to today.
day. today. Truck Chassis $550 f. o. b. Detroit.
Tucker's Garage
Phone 439
Ocala - Florida



The Star has received the following
"Mr. and Mrs. James Dickson Pol-

If you have any society items, I ley request the pleasure of your com-

please phone One-Two-One (121). Ipany at the marriage of their daugh

ter Catherine Jane, to Mr. Raymond

Mrs. W. T. Gary and children have Sumter Bullock, sergeant United

returned home from a week's stay at J States army, Wednesday afternoon,
Daytona Beach. June the twenty-fifth, at five o'clock,

six hundred and two Lamb avenue,

will be held at the Methodist church "At home after July the tenth, 348
tonight at 8 o'clock. Beach Drive, St. Petersburg, Florida."

This news will greatly interest

Go to the filling station for your 1 Ocala people, among whom Ray Bul-

gasoline and see what you get. J lock was born and reared. Ray, when
6-10-tf AUTO SALES CO. a little boy, was one of the Star's

carrier boys, and a very faithful one.

Mrs. I. N. Wiggins, who has spent! He was catcher on Charlie Hunter's

the past week at Salt Springs, re- j famous baseball team, and when he

turned home yesterday. J became old enough to go into business

entered the service of the Southern

Mrs. R. H. Griffin of Orange Laku Express Company, with which he was

is in the city today, a guest at the I engaged when war began. In August,

home of Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Griffin.! 1017, Ray left the express company

to enlist in Company A, with which

Capt. J. D. Brown left last night he went to Camp Wheeler. After

for a short stay in New York, before! training a few months he was trans-j

resuming his duties at Camp Humph-1 f erred to another command, which

ries. Iwas sent to the northwest and was

preparing to embark for Siberia when

No appetite ? Then take a bottle of J the armistice was signed. Private

PEPTONA. Only one dollar at Gerig's Bullock had become Sergeant Bullock,

Drug Store. 28-tf and held that rank when discharged.

He promptly resumed his position

Lieut. Morris Smith and wife are! with the express company, of which

expected in the city tomorrow for a he is a trusted and efficient employe.

visit to Lieut. Smith's father, Dr. D. He and his fiance have the best wishes

M. Smith. I of their Ocala friends.

Schedule o!


Comfor table; Bus Will Unlil Further Notice
Run Between Ocala and Silver Springs on
Sundays and Thursdays on the following
Schedule, Leaving Ocala Irom Court House.

Thursday's Schedule
Lv. Ocala Lv. Silver Spgs.
1:30 P. M.. . 2:00 P. M.
3:30 P. M... 4:00 P. M.
5:30 P. M..... 7:00 P. M.
7:30 P. M 8:00 P. M.
9:30 P. M.... .....10:00 P. M.

Sunday's Schedule
Lv. Ocala Lv. Silver Spgs,

9:00 A. M 2:00 P. M.

1:30 P. M 4:00 P. M.

3:30 P. M 7:00 P. M

5:30 P. M.. 8:00 P. M.

9:30 P. M 10:00 P. M.

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Think of it $5 "for 50
words $5 in Gold! And
so easy for any boy any girl!
This 0S MSI

You to

Ask your mother why she
thinks Calumet Baking Powder is the
best Baking Powder she ever used.
Mother knows why Calumet is better
if she has ever used it and she can
tell you. Then when she tells you,
just write in 50 words or less the
reason Why mother likes Calumet
best." Sign your name and address,
and mail to us. That's all.
The boy or girl who sends in
the best answer in 50 or less words
why mother likes Calumet best,
will receive a $5 Cash Prize.



Mre These

Only boys and girls in or "under" the
8th grade in any school are allowed to enter
the contest. Your answer must not have
more than 50 words.
Contest closes June 16th. Your, answer must
be in our office on or before that date.





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No chars; for delivery of caskets anywhere day or night.
Licensed Embalrifra

Office Phone 10 Might Phones 225 or 423 y


Our facilities for repairing: all
fc.p.Vcs of i. j co. mobiles are complete.
Whether your car is in need of a ffen ffen-etal
etal ffen-etal overhauling or only minor re repairing
pairing repairing we can do it at a very reason reasonable
able reasonable price 7ar.d we guarantee satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction in every instance. We thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly wash up your car free after
making repairs.

Service Station for Moon, Maxwell,
Chalmers and Oakland Cars.

OPEN 6 A. 31. to 10 P. 31.


Ft, King Ave. and S. Magnolia St,
Phone 316, Ocala, Fla.

Mr. ana Mrs. l. t. iTaninam ana Cant it n Dozier. who reached the

family have rented the cottage for- city yesterdayf from one of the big

meny occupiea Dy air. ana xurs. Ar- armv hosDitals in the north, has Re-

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tnur uavies on ancnez street ana riir(lri ,:. Aen,

are moving in this week. resume the practice of his nrof ession.

Dr. Dozier did not know until n fpw

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Harriss re- duys before starting for home that
turned home yesterday from a week s he could obtain a discharge, and he as
stay at Salt Springs. Mrs. Annie Van well as his friends are feeling good
Deman who has been there for the over the fapt that hf w511 nf hf,vt fn

past three weeks, will remain a week return to the service durini? this war!

longer. at least. He was around town this 1

morning meeting and receiving the

Go to the filling station for your congratulations of his friends. Dr.

gasoline and see what you get. Dozier was present at the Temple last
C-10-tf AUTO SALES CO. night when the government films il

lustrative of hospital and vocational

Mrs. A. N. Gallant of Salt Springs, work were run, and explained the

was in the city today on business ioi I latter to the audience. These two films

the hotel. Salt Springs is becoming I were interesting, and the doctor's ex-

quite a resort, not only for Ocala planations made them more so. It is
people, but people from out of the truly a noble work that our govern govern-state.
state. govern-state. Mrs. Gallant reports that her nient is doing for those who have

hotel has been well filled all this sea- suffered in its service.


The automobile raIps Hennrmpnt nf

n i- 1 r- r 1 1 x .il

rancy x-eacnes ou cents a oasKet at the Ocala Iron Works "do move.

wiinm.ine past lew days unevrolets

have been sold to the. following nnr.

Emmett E. Griggs, another of our I tips Mm .t m p9ft0

Marion county soldiers, is safely in a "Four Ninety" touring car; H. J.
America again. Mr. Griggs is a son Jones, Inverness, a "Baby Grand"; G.

ox iur. aim iurs. x. u. unggi, ux B Kinnard, Coleman, a "Four Nine-

x.ynne. ne is a memoer 01 oattery ty touring car; W. P. Hayman,
C, 343rd Field Artillery and went Whitney, a "Four Ninety" touring!
over in September of last year. A car. H B IIuntf Bushnell, a "Babyj

lener aaiea June o announces vnaL ue Grand Mr Henry Chalker, the

'.v, -"-j i nusumg roaa man, lets no grass

expectea nome. crow under his feet in the territory

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Mrs. u. in. ureen nas naa as ner plentiful on our roads as other pop-
a j-. A. mm mm. -mmx mm. mm. mm m m mm I mm -mV ml m. rm turn mm mm nl- mm mm 1a

quests iur a cuupie ui uaya uer aiatcr, i t,jar make3 0f caTS,

Mrs. j. j. iteynoias ana ner cousin,
Mrs. R. D. Calloway, Mrs. Eugene
Hewitt and Miss Caroline Bradley of
Washington, Ga. The party have
been touring the state by automobile

and stopped in Ocala en

Tampa, for which place they, left

Wow Is The Time To
Help Us Give You Good Service

We need jour help during this hot weather. Everybody is calling
for prompt service everybody 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 jour neighbor as you want us to
serve you.
We know you will help us thank you.
Ocala Ice S PacPiiog Co.


The Star will pay five dollars for

route for evlence sufficient to warrant the ar ar-loff
loff ar-loff rest of any Prson who takes a copy

early this morning. They expect to ?1 theEreniny star from the prem-

return to Ocala Monday to spend the

ises of any of our subscribers with-

night before returning to their home out owner's consent.

in Georcia.

mere are only a lew 01 tnose two

AfW e,f r ti,Q am,a and four-passenger lawn swings left,

Alrn 7 A TTao Pnwr in of Herits HI1U are Klg r lur atu.

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Miss Annie Sharp arrived in Ocala "V"-"" Tr

yesterday from Atlanta, Ga., where

she holds the chair of mathematics in

Washington Seminary. The friends
of Miss Sharp are always glad to

welcome her to her old home and will

be pleased to know that she expects
to remain here several weeks. Later
n the summer Miss Sharp contem

plates visiting her sister, Mrs. Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin at Alexander Bay, the Thou Thousand
sand Thousand Islands, New York. While in

Ocala Miss Sharp will be the guest of

her aunt, Mrs. McClymonds.

Mrs. J. F. Pedrick has just received
a letter from her son, Tracy Pedrick,
stating that he expected to sail from

Brest, France, on the second of Jun
for a port in Spain and thence to New

York. Tracy is another of the Ocala
boys who has been in the army nearly

two years, having spent about fifteen
months in foreign service. During

his stay in Paullaic, France, he receiv

ed the Star regularly and says he en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed reading it very much, to keep

himself posted on home news.

Those pretty and serviceable lawn

swings are now selling for only $7 at

E. C. Jordan & Co's., Ocala. It

The First Pioneer Infantry left

Coblenz for home May 25, and on the

29th detrained- at Noyent, near Le-

mans, for inspection and a general

straightening up of regimental af affairs
fairs affairs before going on to a port, prob

ably Brest, to embark for America.
The condition of transportation in

France and Germany is indicated by

the fact that the regiment was three
days on the road from Coblenz to

Noyent, which is about as far as from

New York to Washington. The regi regiment
ment regiment will probably reach America

about July 1. Marion Bray, Laurie
Benjamin and Leavitt Smith, three

Marion county boys, are with this
regiment, but Smith was ill when it

moved and had to remain in the hos-

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Prompt Delivery

at the lowest price
The way to insure this
is for every good Ameri American
can American to be as thrifty as pos possible.
sible. possible. Labor and raw ma materials
terials materials should be devoted
to Useful, necessary arti articles.
cles. articles. Buy only what you
need; get full value .for
everything you by. Invest
carefully. Small sums put
into Thrift or Government
Savings Stamps help to se secure
cure secure peace for the Nation
and to secure future for
Munroe & Chambliss
National Bank
Ocala - Florida

Mrs. M. M. Little and daughter,

Miss Maud Lillian and son, Meville,

left today for Monteagle, Tenni

1 a L

The Star is glad to learn that little LWo tv, n v0 tto0 fnr th

Leone Blitch Fant is somewhat bet- tek advantae-e of the

ter today. ( wo months' Chautauaua course.

Mrs. Skinner and two children of

Zolfo. who have been viisting Mr. and

Mrs. Robert Marsh, have returned!



Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions

held every Monday evening at 8

Mr. B. C. Whitneia oi lananassee, i r a, a

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state oaiiK examiner, "8 come to visiting brothers.

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Mrs. J. O. fliCAieer anu uauy re- v.n 0 Rflt:-fnrtin

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turnea norne yeeruay xruiu ouu and genuine comfort out of a piece of
Springs after a very pleasant week furniture than one of our lawn
spent there. swings. Only a few left and they are

, I new selling for $7 each. E. C. Jordan

Messrs. v. w. rurvis ana u. rrtTT,flnv ni if

x rince, uoui xurmeriy ui me iuaiiuii
Farms, are visiting their Ocala


Go to the filling station for your

gasoline and see what you get.

6-10-tf AUTO SALES CO..



sergeant rran vrusie, auutnen QATT vnT9 prvr 4Mri QTt,

oi" our Company A boys, recently re returned
turned returned from France, is expected in

on every train.


RATES Six line maximum, one

The many friends of Miss NelHe 25c.; toe, 6 sU tog

expected home this afternoon from I

a several months absence in len-1 WANTED Second hand furniture


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

A modern jas range, four four-burner,oven,broiler,shel
burner,oven,broiler,shel four-burner,oven,broiler,shel for cooking utensils and
in the improved table
style. Very slightly used
and a bargain if sold at
A white-reed baby car carriage,
riage, carriage, reversible body of
large size.
C. C. Jrazier, 710 Alvarez Ave.
v' or at Rheinaner's Store

(high class) dining room and bed

room principally. Apply "Furniture

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rice, who hav I Star office. 6-13-3t

spent the past week in Ocala, left to

day for their home in Baltimore, Mr. I FOR SALE 15-acre farm one mile

Rice having been called away on bus-1 from Belleview. Well improved, good

mess. 1 ouiiamgs: orange, pear, peacn ana

other fruit trees. Must sell on- ac-

Mr. and Mrs! D. S. Woodrow have count oi sicmess. for panicuiars,,

moved into their home on Fort Kin address C E. Crandall, R. F. D. A,

nvonno wMoti wna (vennioH nrincr I OUmmemeiQ, X la. 11-

the winter anrl stirinc bv Mr. and I

Mrs. Christian Ax. r u. LAnAuri nui exenange

152-acre farm m Sussex county, New

You Can Always Count On


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

J. Sanford Jewett. formerlv of Jersey, 48 miles to New York city;

Ocala, now of Lakeland, has been$75 per acre. A. E. Woodcock, Hunt-

o loo tori ni-oconf rvf THni-Mo mgXOn. XXeW I OTK. O-XiS-i.'

Pharmaceutical Association,
met this week in Tampa.


WANTED Six good plow hands and

ten men for clearing. Steady work for

Wo aro shnwinc a fine line nf sausiacwry men at iy cents per nour.

Bathing Caps. See them before buy- Pleasant, healthy place and good

ro;. rtinn. tQnro oaf weawneni. xon i wriie. jusi come ana

Dr. H. C. Dozier will at once re-1

sume the practice of his profession in
Ocala. He will occupy his former

offices in the Robertson building on

North Magnolia street as soon as

they can be rearranged.

ask for, Mr. Brown and go to work.
Spring', Garden Ranch, DeLeon

Springs, Fla. 12-7t

WANTED An invalid's rolling chair

at once. Apply to E. C. Jordan & Co.

Phone 10. ll-3t



Mr. R. A. Burford has. returned WANTED Plain clothes man to

from Jacksonville, where he attendee
the meeting of the State Bar Asso Association.
ciation. Association. Mr. Burford, who is one of
the "elder statesmen" of the profes profession,
sion, profession, was appointed a member of the
executive committee.


Let us vulcanize your old, worn,
blown-out tires and add greatly to
their value and their length of serv service.
ice. service. Thrift is the national watchword
and today thrift in auto and cycle
tires is essential. Vulcanizing is as
valuable to used tires as repairing is
to used shoes.

Oklawaha -Ave.,

Ocala, Fla.



Ocala, Florida


The friends of Mrs. Bachelder will
regret to hear that she was suddenly
taken critically ill this morning. Mrs.
Batchelder's condition is considered
serious and her children have been
summooned to her bedside and will
probably arrive tonight.
The trial of the Live Oak men,
charged with changing bank papers,
which has been before the circuit

court all week, is nearing its conclu conclusion.
sion. conclusion. It may come to an end this aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. V

work from noon to closing time. Good

money for the right party. Apply at
once to J. W. Hunter's Gun Shop. 11-3

FOR SALE Ford truck in first class

condition, See this if you're in need of

a truck, as it's a good one and will not

be here long. Blalock Bros., 107 Ok

lawaha. Ave. Phone 78. 913t

Every used car we oil er has been throughly overhauled and
put in iirst class condition. All worn parts arc replaced and most
rigid tests are applied beiore putting them on the maket. Here are
a lew 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 Truck.
It 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 ottering them.


North Main Street

Ocala, Florida.

m m

Friends of Mr. Olaf Zewadski, for formerly
merly formerly of Jacksonville, but now with
the American forces in France, will
be interested to know that his broth brother,
er, brother, Mr. Guy B. Zewadski, is en route
home from France and expects to be
in Ocala about June 30. Times-Union.

Mrs. George Pasteur and children
left on the early morning train today
for Jacksonville, from which place
they will sail via the Clyde Line for
New York, and thence to New Hamp Hampshire,
shire, Hampshire, where they will spend the sum summer
mer summer with Mrs. Pasteur's father, Mr.

Miss Mary Bull, the competent
trimmer for the Affleck Millinery

Parlors, left today for a much deserv

ed vacation. She will visit St. Au

gustine, Atlanta and other places be

fore returning home in the fall. Dur During
ing During Miss Bull's adsance Mrs. Eu Eu-banks
banks Eu-banks will take her place.
' i Madge Kennedy, the queen of bur burlesque,
lesque, burlesque, will be at the Temple this eve evening,
ning, evening, in "A Perfect Lady." It depicts
the story of a girl of the stage, Lu Lucille
cille Lucille Le Jambon (Madge Kennedy),
who is forced to fight an entire town
to prove that, despite her calling, she
is as good, if not better, than those
who have joined to persecute her. In
her fight against tremendous odds
Lucille wins the friendship of the
Rev. David Grayling, who had helped
stop the performance of the troupe
with which Lucille had arrived iii
town. Urged by the parson, she quits

the troupe and opens a dancing school.
Once more she is attacked by a sanc

timonious church committee, led by

John Griswold, the deacon. Threaten

ed with banishment from the town,
Lucille arranges a shocking surprise
for the deacon. With him present she

shows a motion picture revealing
Griswold in orgies with chorus girls
in Chicago. This surprise is followed
by another when the parson an

nounces his coming marriage to Lu

Go to the .filling station for your
gasoline and see what you get.

1 6-10-tf AUTO SALES CO.

FOR SALE 1917 Buick Six roadster.
First class conditon. See Blalock

Bros., 107 Oklawaha Ave. Phone 78.

Arrival and Departure of passenger

The following schedule figures pub-

WANTED A white woman without

children to help in small boarding I lished as information and not guar

house. Apply to Mrs. Holly, 113 S. anteed.

Second street, city. 9-6t (Eastern Standard rime)


uk kjs r-bpend tne not summer ArrWe

monins on a Deauuiui xaice m an or-i2:20am Jacksonville-New York 2:10 am
anc-e prove. Comnletelv furnished cot-1 1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm

" I m .n r t rm

2:15 am Tampa-Manatee

tages located on an elevation over overlooking
looking overlooking Lake Weir; boating, fishing,

bathing of the best fine breeze;

rates moderate. J. H. Jacoby, Weirs-

dale, Fla. 6-6t

FOR SALE Four room cottage.
Modern improvements. Located at 18
Hazel street. Apply to Mrs. E. C
Dorsey, next door. 3-t

JUST RECEIVED A lot of Patent
Castings that fit all makes of Cooking
Stoves. Send in your order now as I
have a limited amount. Acme Stove
Hospital, 326 North Magnolia St 29tf

WANTED Your repair work on
guns, locks, lawn mowers, etc at
SOI S. Main St. Also buy and sell sec second
ond second hand furniture at 307 S. Main St.
J. W. Hunter, the Locksmith. 13-tf


Quinine, One of the Three Ingredients
of the Famous Malaria Medicine,
Dr. Williams' No. 101 Tonic
The United States Public Health
Service at Washington recommends
quinine for malaria, to which every
reputable physician' agrees. This is
one of the ingredients in the popular
malaria medicine, Dr. Williams No.
101 Tonic, which is prescribed by
quite a number of prominent physic physicians
ians physicians thruout the malarial belt. They
say they get better results from it
with their patients than if they pre prescribed
scribed prescribed straight quinine. Dr. Will Williams'
iams' Williams' No. 101 Tonic not only contains
quinine, which kills the malarial
germ, but also iron, which is a splen
did tonic and increases the appetite.
The third ingredient is magnesia,
which regulates the bowels. Dr. Will Williams
iams Williams No. 101 Tonic is therefore a
well balanced, efficient remedy. Try
a bottle. Your druggist can supply
you. Adv.

Think what a a rm.

part classes

play in a man's 4
efficiency. .

lnis is tneage rf
. J cT-tr vvr

ox emciency.
Ocala, Fla.

St. Petersburg 2:15 am

1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:25 pm Tampa -St. Petersburg 4:05 pm
Leave Arrive
2:2pm J'cksonvlllft-New York 1:16 am.
1:45 pm. J'ksonvllle-G'lnesvllle 3:35 pm.
6:42 a.m. J'ksonvllle-O'nesvllle 10:13 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pet'abrg-Lakeland 2:12 au.
3:35 pm St. Pefsburg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wllcox
7.40 am. Du'nellon-Lkelaud 11:03 pm
5:25 pm. Homosassa 1:35 pm
10:13 pm. Leesburg 6:42 am.
4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday. Wednesday, Friday.
Tudy. Thursday. Saturday.

I I 'p
JU Lba

Pots the 4'Crimp" on Bog
Activities and Other Evils
Keep your Fenole gun in ac action
tion action and there will be:
No filthy roaches slinking
No bedbugs in your beds.
No mosquitoes to keep you
No moth-eaten clothing,
rugs, ets.
No ill-smelling sinks, gar garbage
bage garbage cans.
Your health will be better
and your health mere even.
Housewives order FENOLE
from your nearest retail store.
Retail merchants order FE FENOLE
NOLE FENOLE from your jobber. Re Refuse
fuse Refuse the so-called "Just as
Pints (16 oz.) $ .50
Suarts (32 oz.) 75
alf Gallon 133
Gallon 150
Mouth Sprayers free.
Large hand sprayers extra.
Manufactured only by the
451 Riverside Avenue,

Fancy Peaches 50 cents a basket at
W. A. Stroud's. 13

eware of the Qns Manage

Tlaat Has IBeeira SHiSoEGal
That means a range where the steel used in construction
is lighter gauge, the gas cocks lighter weight, than
standard practice demands in a good gas range.
Now some reputable manufacturers are cutting the price
of their gas ranges; but to meet this cut, they are selling a cheaper
grade of stove. You don't know it you can't see it but it's there
and will show up after a stove has seen service.
How are You to Protect Yourself ?
Buy a Gas Range Guaranteed for
Five Years by the Gas Company

guaranteed to be of the best
procurable material and of per perfect
fect perfect workmanship and made in
accord with American Gas Asso Association
ciation Association Specifications.

We must give our customers the
best possible service ; to do that,
we must give them the best Gas
Range we know about that is
why we offer you the Eclipse.

Perfect Bak-
ing; Reason Reason-able
able Reason-able Price vLi

In good looks

Perfect Bak-



the Eclipse fills
the bilL And

the guarantee
of the manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers stand
behind our own





Storage Receipts
Issued on Cotton,
Automobiles, Etc.

Moving, Packing
Live Stock.
ilachinery and

We have first class trucks with competent drivers, and our
equipment will move you complete no matter what you possess.


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