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OGALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1919.
WILL BE WELCOME
FOR IE! HIGHWAY
VILLA WILL ME
Reports from Germany as to Internal
Affairs Come One Hour and are
Contradicted the Next
Paris, June 20. The Schiedemann
government in Germany has fallen, it
was learned heie today. News of the
event reported during the morning
was confirmed later by military ad advices
vices advices through Ccblenz from both
Weimar and Berlin. The news was
made known by the American dele delegation
gation delegation to the peace conference. It is
believed to assure signing of the
peace treaty by Germany as Philip (
Scheidemann, the German premier, j
vas understood to be the chief op- j
ponent to acceptance of the revised t
peace terms. I
EEERT ALSO I
It is linderstood here that the fall
of the 'Scheideir.ann government en- j
tails the fall al.-:o of President Ebert.l
The national assembly probably will
take measures io select a successor to
Coblenz, June 20. (By the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press.) Gustav Noske," min minister
ister minister of defense, will succeed Phillip
Scheidemann as head of the German
ministry, according to Weimar dis
patches. Mathias Erzberger, of the
German armistice commission, will
succeed Von Brockdorff-Rantzau as
foreign secretary, the message adds.
HUNS ARE HUNGRY
Copenhagen, June 20. Martial law
has been proclaimed in the entire zone
of Hamburg harbor as a result of
increased raids on food depots.
ACCEPTED THE TERMS
London, June 20. The German na national
tional national assembly at Weimar has ac accepted
cepted accepted the peace treaty, according to
an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from
Paris, June 20. All reports con concerning
cerning concerning changes In the German cab cabinet
inet cabinet are premature, says an official
German wireless at 1 o'clock this aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The message adds the na national
tional national assembly failed to get a ma majority
jority majority of its members to favor sign signing
ing signing the peace terms.
St. German, June 20. (By the As Associated
sociated Associated Press.) The Austrian dele dele-.
. dele-. gates have sent their fourth note to
the peace conference protesting
against the German Austrian republic
"being made heir of all the-responsibilities'
of the Austro-Hungnrian em em-pore,
pore, em-pore, of which it was but xhe small small-set,
set, small-set, poorest, most peaceful and mosv
ilberal of states."
WORSE AND MORE OF IT
Paris, June 20. (By the Associat Associated
ed Associated Press.) Alterations and amend amendments
ments amendments incorporated by the council of
four in the revised treaty make it a
' longer document than the draft orig originally
inally originally submitted to the Germans and
published in the United States. It
now comprises 214 pages," five more
than the original. and 'ever this is
effected by closer paging. The new
instrument, however, still contains
thn nrf final fourteen sections and
. "444 articles.
HUN FIGURES LIED
Paris, June 20. German figures on
the number of French prisoners held
in Germany are incorrect, Leon
Abrami, under secretary in the min-
istrv of war. announced in tne cnam
her of deputies today. More than
G0,000 French prisoners in excess of
the Gereman figures were found in
Germany. The number of French sol
diers missing m action has reacned
314,000, he said.
; k llAOZ ON AT
' T - S
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ri f FT
Resignation With His Cabinet
Complicates the Entire
Paris, tame 20. (By the Associat Associated
ed Associated Press.) The resignation of Pre Premier
mier Premier Orlando's cabinet, should Italy
accept it. would, according to peace
conference circles, indefinitely post postpone
pone postpone settlement of the Adriatic ques question
tion question as it would involve the appoint appointment
ment appointment of a new set of Italian delegates
to the peace conference. This raises
the additional question as to who will
sign the German treaty for Italy
WILSONS RETURN TO PARIS
-, Paris, June 20. (By the Associated
Press.) President Wilson and party
arrived here this morning at 9 o'clock
after a two-day trip to Brussels and
the war zone in Belgium. There was
no formal reception and: President
Wilson drove immediately to the
Paris White House. The president
had a good nights' rest and said he
was not tired.
Paris, June 20. The council of
three, composed of Premiers Lloyd Lloyd-George
George Lloyd-George Clemenceau and President
Wilson, met this afternoon. It is un understood
derstood understood they discussed the German
situation and Italian cabinet crisis.
SENTENCED TO SWING
The trial of James Rice for the
murder of Joe Loy came to and end
late yesterday afternoon.
The evidence, as reported in yester
day's j Star, was all in by yesterday
noon, and the attorneys, Messrs. Sco-
field and Mc Williams for the prosecu prosecution
tion prosecution and Burford and Duval for the
defense, made their argument. All
made excellent speeches and were
listened to with the closest attention.
The judge's charge to the jury was
most lucid and impartial. It did not
take the jurors long to make up their
nunds. They were out only ten min minutes,
utes, minutes, and came back in with a verdict
of murder in the first degree.
The verdict seems to meet the ap
proval of everyone., The murder of
the inoffensive. Chinaman for his
money was an unexcusable crime.
Rice was brought before Judge
Bullock this morning and sentenced
to pay the penalty for his crime on
the gallows. He listened to his sen sentence
tence sentence apparently unmoved. It is
said, however, that he is grateful to
the judge who so carefully safeguard
ed his interests and the two eminent
lawyers who made such an earnest
and skillful fight to save his life.
Miss Helen Leitner is entertaining
a number of. little girls today at a
spend the day party in honor of her
little friend, Miss Margaret Hocker,
who will leave soon for California.
Each little girl brought her sewing
and guitar, and spent the morning
sewing and making merry. At noon
a very delicious luncheon was served;
there being little place cards with an
appropriate drawing of a mammoth
California tree with a train, passing
through an opening in the trunk. The
drawing was the handiwork of Miss
Kathleen Leitner. The dining table
was centered with a large bouquet of
yellow daisies and the menus were
tied with yellow, ribbon. In the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon the children attended the pic picture
ture picture show at the Temple. Those in
vited to enjoy the day with little Miss
Hocker were Misses Marian Meffert,
Chivalette Smith and Sarah Rentz.
The little hostess was assisted in en entertaining
tertaining entertaining by her mother, Mrs. John
L. Leitner, and sister, Miss Kathleen
The prettiest, most sanitary combs
and brushes to be found are those
white ivory ones just received at the
Anti-Monbpoly Drug Store. 20-6t
TfJ4 WAIST-POT PAT
0oHT MATTER. FS
Russian Cruiser Oleg Came to Grief
Off the Harbor of
London, June 20. The Russian
cruiser Oleg was sunk Wednesday by
a British submarine, a Russian wire wireless
less wireless dispatch announced today. The
sinking occurred near Tolbuchan
ligthouse off Kronstadt. The Oleg was
a sixty-eight hundred ton vessel, built
HOW THE FRENCH HONORED
OUR AMERICAN DEAD
LaPallice, France, May 30, 1919.
Editor Star: Today being Decora Decoration
tion Decoration Day and devoted entirely to the
decorating of the graves of those of
the American forces who have died
over here-, I thought perhaps the en enclosed
closed enclosed address given today would in interest
terest interest some of the people of Ocala.
Last year, as well as this, the French
joined with the Americans in making
it a day of memorials. The civil pop population
ulation population as well as military were all
cut today. The French troops mingled
with the Americans in an impressive
review and ceremony. Afterward the
French general in command here gave
us the following address. One of the
boys took it in shorthand and it seem seemed
ed seemed to express exactly the spirit of
friendship that France has for Amer America,
ica, America, so mimeograph copies were made
to send home.
Having just recently returned f rom
the grave of my own brother, who
served in the Princess Patrcia's regi regiment,
ment, regiment, the address appealed to me
quite strongly. Each soldier of the
A. E. F. was given the opportunity to
contribute toward purchasing flowers,
but it really was not needed, for
when be arrived at the cemetery we
found the French bereaved mothers
had strewn countless flowers over the
American dead as well as their own.
The review was accompanied by a
French band and it played both
French and American compositions.
At the playing of the "Star Spangled
Banner," even the little street urchins
came to attention and removed their
To me it was a great demonstration
of the friendship of the two great
nations, and we 'have so much itt
common that it seems, except for the
difference m languages, that we are!
almost at home. j
It has seemed, until lately at least,
that those of us who are here at La
Pallice, were due to remain here in indefinitely,
definitely, indefinitely, and I had thought of send sending
ing sending in a six months' subscription to
the Star, for I have enjoyed the
copies I have had sent me frequently,
and which I enjoyed so much.
France is very beautiful at this
time of the year, the continuous rains
having ceased, and the air is filled
with the odor of apple blossoms and
new-mown hay Coming back from
Boulogne I had the opportunity of
viewing considerable of the front, and
it seems so quiet and peaceful after
the long years of war. Grain was a
foot high already in the heart of
Picardy. but the ground was torn uj
fearfully. Nothing will grow where
the trenches are, the lower subsoil in
that region being mainly a sort of
soft limestone or shale. The trenches
were scattered brokenly over all the
land, together with dugouts and huge
shell holes. There .still were tons of
barbwire, now rolled up. Half -buried
machine guns and other equipment
are still laying about. Saw one sailor
witn nireen ueerman neimets on a
stick. Expect he had quite a job car carrying
rying carrying them back with him.
Men now. remaining in France are
granted fourteen day leaves to visit
the front or three days in "gay
Paree." The Louvre, the art gallery
of France, has just recently been
opened to the public and I was for
tunate in being able to spend an en
tire day in it. Needless to say. 1
WHAT A LDTTA
AS 1 MEET
.mmm: n ill 1 mini Mww .mw
Perhaps Last Monday's Raid Taught
the Bloody Old Bandit
- (Associated Press) -El
Paso, June 20. Villa will make
no reprisals upon American property
and lives in Mexico, because American
troops drove back his men from the
border Sunday night, according to a
courier from Villa's camp, -who ar arrived
rived arrived here last night.
fully enjoyed it. I love France and
its people, but will, be glad to get
back home and we hope to be there
by July. Sincerely yours,
Sergeant G. W. Effinger.
7th Grand Div. T. C, A. P. O. 735.
Address by General Hubert, Com-
manding Garrison Troops, French
Army, La Rochelle
On behalf of the French soldiers
and sailors of this garrison, I wish to
tender thanks for having bid your
French brothers in arms to join with
you for the second time, in celebrat celebrat-ing"Memorial
ing"Memorial celebrat-ing"Memorial Day."
Friendly destiny has arranged that
this American national anniversary
should be also for us a peculiar com commemoration,
memoration, commemoration, common to -both.
. The 30th of May, 1918, marks, in
the history of this ancient city of La
Rochelle, the never to be forgotten
date when, for the first time, Ameri
can and French soldiers mingled their
uniforms just as they had commenced,
on the battlefield, to shed their blood
New bonds of friendship; sealed
over the graves of our beloved dead,
were already adding themselves to
ties of affection running back over a
The sons of free America had al already
ready already fallen in the land of France, in
defense of right and justice.
America has united them, in its
pious homage to the glorious heroes
who made the supreme sacrifice in
answer to the call of Washington and
So does France unite them in the
love and memory of the martyrs who
fell to maintain her honor and liberty.
The pledge so to do, was taken in
the name of the French republic by
M. le Prefet de la Charenta-Infer-
ieure, on this same occasion, in words
which I ask his permission to repeat,
beacuse they have remained engraved
it: the hearts of all:
"You will give unto our care the
giaves of your sons; the land where
they rest for evermore side by side
with ours, shall be a second father fatherland
land fatherland to you."
Your first Memorial Day was com commemorated
memorated commemorated in common at La Rochelle
in the midst of the struggle, strife and
suffering, but with hope high in our
Since then, the fight has ceased;
hope has come triumphant by the vic victory
tory victory of the Allied armies, but, alas, at
what a price, at what a cost of lives!
How many of yours, full of youth,
enthusiasm and fearlessness came
from your beautiful country, braved
the treacherous ocean, and gave their
last kiss to the soil of France!
France keeps this kiss as the sac sacred
red sacred token of a brotherly friendship,
born of the common ideal, and made
greater by admiration and grateful gratefulness.
ness. gratefulness. France will return it to you when,
in a few moments, in a delicate and
sublime action, which shall go to the
very depths of our being, you shall
decorate with flags arid flowers the
graves of her soldiers together with
those of yours.
For this generous thought, worthy
of the soldiers of the great sister re republic,
public, republic, arid on behalf of the soldiers
of France, of her glorious dead, in
the name of the mothers, widows and
orphans whose tears you are making
sweeter, I say to you, brothers of
America thank you.
MIKE AS A MUSIC CRITIC
Yets i-TriE air II
II" I .11 HUM J n WWWWM
No Formal Invitations are Being Sent
Our for Ocalas Celebration
No formal invitations to Ocala s
welcome to the returned service men,
on Thursday evening, June 26, are
being setn out. A listof all of the
men who. have returned isnot avail available.
able. available. The invitation is extended to
every Marion county man who -was in
the service and has returned horae.
It is requested that anyone knowing a
soldier, sailor or marine who is home,
tell him that Oca's wants him to be
here next. Thursday. Letters have
been mailed to the Red Cross secre secretaries
taries secretaries in the county, asking them to
notify all of the service men in theh
district. Mrs. Caroline Moorhead,
county agent, will get in touch with
as many of the men as possible thru
The committee in charge hopes to
be able to announce by Monday the
complete program of speeches of wel welcome
come welcome and response. The picnic sup supper,
per, supper, which will be served only to the
returned soldiers, will be served at G
o'clock. The speaking, music and
dancing will follow the supper.
,Mr. H. Blackburn, county agent,
will extend the invitation to as many
men as he can reach in his trips in
Cdk REMOVED BY
THE STATE BOARD
Tallahassee, June 19. The state
board of health, hv session today at
the state capitol, removed Dr. W. H.
Cox, state health officer, and appoint appointed
ed appointed in his stead Dr. R. N. Green, for formerly
merly formerly chief physician for six years
at the state hospital for the insane
and at present a major in the United
States army, in charge of the base
hospital at Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
Yesterday afternoon at her home,
Mrs. C. L. Gamsby entertained three
tables of auction bridge in honor of
Mrs. Morris Smith, who is visiting in
Ocala. Miss Louise Gamsby greeted
the guests in the reception hall and
presented them to the hostess and
guest of honor. During the afternoon
the ever fascinationg game of auction
was enjoyed and the time passed only
too quickly. When the scores were
tcken up it was found that Mrs. L. R.
Chazal was the winner of. the first
prize, a beautiful handkerchief. Miss
Dorothy Schreiber was presented with
the consolation award, a hand painted
bridge score. The guest of honor
was the recipient of a beautiful pair
of silver sugar tongs. Mrs. Gamsby
served caramel ice ci earn, cake and
vanilla wafers. Those who were the
recipients of Mrs. Gamby's hospitali hospitality
ty hospitality and who were asked to meet Mrs.
Smith were Mrs. L. R. Chazal, Mrs.
E T. Helvenston, Mrs. C. H. Lloyd,
Mrs. H. C. Dozier, Mrs. Mary Cham Chambers,
bers, Chambers, Mrs. W. S. Bullock, Mrs. H. F.
Watt, Miss Kate Gamsby, Miss Min
nie Gamsby, Miss Louise Gamsby,
Miss Mary Burford, Miss Alice Bul Bullock
lock Bullock and Miss Dorothy Schreiber.
Miss Lou iie Wetherell, who has
been visiting Mrs. 3. Bodkin, at 1815
Boulevard, Springfield, left yesterday
for Ocala to join her mother, who is
visiting there. Miss Weatherell, who
is a talented young artist, attended
Wesleyan Colleeg in Macon, Ga., later
attending the Florida State College
for Women in Taallahassee. For the
past two years she has been studying
designing and other tranches of art
in Boston. Times-Union.
Miss Louise Weatherell is a sister
of Mrs. DeWitt Griffin of this city.
Go to the filling station for your
gasoline and see what you get.
C-10-tf AUTO SALES CO.
No appetite 7 Then take a bottle of
PEPTONA. Only one dollar at Ceng's
Drug Store. 28-tf
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Representatives from Towns Along
the Route Expected to Attend
While it is especially desired that
all of the merchants be represented
at the meeting at the Board of Trade
room tonight at 8 o'clock, in the in interest
terest interest of the proposed state highway
from Ocala toTampa along the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard main line, all who are intei.
ested in good roads should be present.
Letters have been written to repre representatives
sentatives representatives in the various towns alon&
the Tcte of the proposed road, ask asking
ing asking theiii'to attend the meeting here
tonight. TMpe men should be made
to feel, by a lar:a attendance at the
meeting, that Ocala is interested h
the highway. Ocala haJ no represen representation
tation representation at Tarpon Springs, tvhen the
matter was taken before the state
highway commission. j
Besides the merchants, others di di-lectly
lectly di-lectly interested in the highway arc
the hotels and garages. In the mat matter
ter matter of good roads there are very few,
if any, who are not directly interested.
THEY'VE HAD TOO MUCH
Paris, June 20w It is reported here
that the Germans have asked for a
further extension of the time limit
within which to sign the peace treaty.
Today: Rex Beach in "Too Fat to
Monday: Sessue Hayakawa in "The
Temple of Dusk."
Tuesday: Alice Brady in "Red
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT QCALA
According to Both Railroad and Local
Seaboard Air Line
R. R. Time (Northbound) Local Time
Ar. Lv. Ar. Lv.
l:35p 1:552 No. 4 '12:35p 12:55p
4:05p No. 16 3:05p 3:05p
2:20a. No. 2 1:15a 1:20a
' Atlantic Coast Line
(Main Line Northbound)
Ar. Lv. Ar. Lv.
6:42a 6:42a No. 10 5:42a 5:42a
l:25p l:45p No. 40 12:25p 12:45p
2:12a 2:12a No. S3 1:12a 1:12a
(Main Line Southbound)
Ar. Lv. Ar. Lv.
3:lCa 3:16a No. 37 2:16a. 2:16a
3:35p 3:35p No. 39 2:35p 2:35p
10:13pl0:13p No. 9 9:13p 9:13p
Ar. Lv. Ar. Lv.
7:10a 7:10a No. fl51 6:10a 6:10a
7:40a 7:40a No. J35 6:40a 6:40a
11:50a No. tJ141 10:50a
3:25p No. 49 2:25p
t( Sunny Jim): For Wilcox, Mon Monday,
day, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
i(Sunny Jim):For Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ttDaily except Sunday from Wil Wilcox.
cox. Wilcox. For Homosassa.
Ar. Lv. Ar. Lv.
l:53p No. 48 12:53p
6:45p No. J150 5:45p
10:48p No. 32 9:43p
4:45p No. itliO 3:45?
tJDaily except Sunday for Wilcox.
J(Sunny Jim): From Wilcox, Mon Monday,
day, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
t(Sunny Jim): From Lakeland,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Ar. Lv. Ar. Lv.
l:00p No. 71 12:00p
3:S0p No. 72
Advertise in the Weekly Star.
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WHY Po THY PLAY
So Soft SomeTMes
AHD TtBH So
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1 PERE rio;.Y'sj
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Marion is Not Yet "Over t
Campaign eel Tcr.:;.rrv.
the Lsst D.y
Marion county is net yet
top in the Boy; Scout driv,.
about one-half of the cojr.t-'.-has
been signed up for. 1;
the last day. The assoc:;:t : :
ships, which the men nr, i
the county are asked to t
$1 each. This is the mm.;
the drive is for the purr: r r-ing
ing r-ing funds of the scouts l-:.
can.be and are being aiJ i : :
memberships. They are r.zl
the means of anyone. Tl.
has gone over the top in every
Will it fail now?
WOODMEN OF TEZl WO
Fort Ku.j Cusp
K. of P hah t 8 p. ::.
ond and fourth I xlZzy. Yl
ereigna are ahvay3 vc::;
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' Chas. IL Sage, Clerk.
Marion-Dunn Lods No. ID, IV
IL, rz&eis cn ths first
Thursday crczhi-jz cf'endi
8 o'clock until f';rtl;:r ncil:?.
IL O. Cc.' 't ..
Jake Brown, Secretary."
order or isastt:; cta:
Ocala Chapter No. 2, O.
meets at Ycnge's hall tl.o zzzz'z.1
fourth Thursday evenings cf
month tit 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Isabel X?cz:zz, T. :.
Mrs. Susan Cook, erct,:.rr.
il a. li. cnArnr: :,o. i
Regular ccrivsxstions cf il. C:.
Chapter No. 13, IL A. 11 cn tl::;
Friday in every month ct 0 p. ri.
Jake Brotm, Secretary.
Tulula Lod-e No. 2, I. O. C,
meets every Tuesday evcnir.7 : .'
Odd Fellows hall cn ths i'.r.rl .1
the Star ccfke builiir;; .t C cV
promptly. A wura T,-c!rjr,: 2
extended to visiting brctl.;r.?.
JCO TcttCr, ; vjr.
J. D. McCaskilL Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 22Z. P P. C. 1
Ocala Lodge No. ZZZ, P;:::
und Protective Order cf ET.:.-, li lithe
the lithe second and fourth Tn:-.' -.y cr.
nings In each racnth. Vbitir.j l::'.'
ren always welcome. LoJc?
upstairs over Troxler's cud Ti..o I;.;,:
Shop, 113 Main street.
J' IL Pf-"
E. J. Crock, Secretary.
MIRIAM REBEXAH LODG
Miriam Rebekah L
meets the first and third 2 ZzZz 7
nings in each month in ths Cll I ..
lows' hall at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. W. T. Whitley, IL C.
Eloiie Bouvicr, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTniA'""
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Ccnvcztbrs
held every Monday cvcr.lr.j zi G
at the Castle Hall, over the G. C.
Greene Co. drug; to re. A cczl'.zl rr:.l rr:.l-come
come rr:.l-come to visiting brothers.
w. vr. EtripiirT, c. a
Chas. S Sage, IL cf IL S.
Let us name you prices cr. j'rvt,
quart and half-gallon Mason fn:lt
jars, any quantity. Clarkron i::.; i::.;-ware
ware i::.;-ware Co. Phone 417. 20-Ct
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OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1919
.very Hay llxcept Sunday bf
DEFINING A DEMOCRAT
I n. Carroll, President
J, If. Benjamin, Kdltor
to make trouble between the races.
There were several hundred thousand
negroes in tne army, ana 01 course i mere is mucn to tnmK aoout in
among them there were some disconlthe following article from the Gaines-
tented and disloyal men, and the I v ill e Sun:
"Crisis" seems to make a specialty of What is a Democrat In Florida?
collecting and printing their com- v nXtM mi
plaints, beside inventing stones of w . ;rtw
its : own, and adding inflammatory were 0f answers given,
articles. In short, it seems engaged AU gorts of thin about itfn the
in trying to persuade the colored peo- 0 heA tay,a v:wu
1 at Ocala, Fla., postof flee as
lass matter, :
tif see .......
:! Department ...
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their vindictive enemies. The Crisis
is a trouble-breeder. The. less the
negroes have to do with it the better.
Some practically said it did not mat
Some days ago the Ocala Star said:
"In the last few months we have heard
a good many men who have been
staunch democrats all their lives say
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his is the longest day in the year.
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Good stenographers are almost as
jearee rfs good cooks.
? Dying is as natural as living and
notany more frequent.
Gen. Sibert, U. S, Army, says gas
h the most humane weapon to use in
war. Maybeso. It is the most in-
. human in politics. ;
A year ago last night, American in infantry
fantry infantry attacked the Germans north northwest
west northwest of Chateau Thierry and drove
them back five-eights of a mile.
A vear aero today, the Star said:
"If the Austrian- drive is driven
back, it is a safe bet that there will
be a revolution in Austro-Hungary
before the snow flies." r ; ;:
What we want to know ; is how
Toledo and Paris are going to divide
jthe first page honors on the -fifth of
July. Tampa Tribune. ;
Toledo will have nothing but dis dishonors
honors dishonors to divide. ;
Laying all jokes aside, Governor
Catts has made. Florida a real gov governor.
ernor. governor. Tampa Tribune.
Say, partner, you've been asleep on
your job. This is the first time you
have made that remark in over two
' months. ; v -' '"
We are anxious to hear Catts plat platform,,
form,, platform,, and more anxious to hear him
speak. We'll bet he will use 5000 cap capital
ital capital I's before .he closes either one of
thera. Lakeland Star. v N
Thi3 from our friend Bloom, who
three years agp blessed us out because
we didn't join the meowers.
With both Catts and Flournoy in
the race we expect not only to hear
the truth about Catts' original prom promises
ises promises to the people of this state, but
we also expect to hear and see it
proven that J. V. Burke financed his
campaign 7 to the extent of $10,000.
.7 v Where did Burke ever get any ten
- thousand dollars to finance Catts'
' campaign? V;';V' V '' '':.
Three years ago today, the Ocala
Rifles (Company A) assembled to
answer President Wilson's call to the
JsrNational Guard to protect the border,
andHne Star shook the town up in an
article in which it made the people
fealizdhow they had neglected their
brave little band of soldiers. In the
three long years since, the men of
nnmnanv A have at no time nor m
any place failed their country.
St. Petersburg is worried with la
bor agitators from the north, trying
to stir up trouble between white and
colored people. Such agitators had
- better stay away from Ocala. Any
town pestered with them should; or
ganize an emigration committee com composed
posed composed of determined citizens equipped
with shotguns and stout hickory
switches. Hickory bark tea is very
stimulating. A good-sized dose of it
invariably stimulates the recipient to
travel a long ways at once. ;
One of our chief amusements these
days, or rather these nights, is to
catch one of our newly returned
young soldiers out about 11:30 p. m.,
and say to him : "Say, son don't you
IrnAW tans sounded auite a while
Investigation of the "daylight sav
ing" law reveals that it is favored by they would not vote in the next pri-
ciny a small minority ol the people mary. 'What is the use?' they say.
Its champions are mostly workers in 'Thousands of men who voted in it in
factories and shops m big cities oni9i6 broke their primary obligat
or to the east of each standard mend- j tions
lan. I hey favor it because it gives The man who would impose him him-them
them him-them a long afternoon! to play in. seif upon a political organization to
Farmers do not favor it anywhere, the extent of helninz to choose its
and very few people in the cities on standard bearers, and then, deliber-
the western side of the standard timelotpW vntA in the main election
belt favor it. It gives them in the acainst those same nominees, is.un
afternoon an hour or two which they worthy of the'name of gentleman and
hardly know what to do with, and ought notfo be recognized as such.
which they more than pay lor toy The -main thing, however, that
losing necessary sleep 'in the morn- stanoVin the way of any adhesion, or
ing. People as a rule do not go to yH&t cf co-operation with the demo demo-bed
bed demo-bed any sooner. Hardly, anybody can crats of Florida, is the want of a code
have supper before dark anyhow, aiSd of principles. A party platform, if
they stay up as long after supper as you please. Speaking of this, the
they ever did. It is the natdral ten- Miami Herald says:
dency for people to stay awake as The trouble is that we have no
long as possible and sleep as long as standards by which to judge. It has
r.intinnpH i drnnlH Rimnlv result inl a.h -,u aa OK SALE At a sacrifice, register
peopleerally changing all their platform in the state. Much water h?? boar and
KiioiV'o Tf ic nBS!irv in 1 1 J it. l -J mnn I SOW. APP1Y lO Kj, V. KOOerXS Ufc liiC
tV,i rnnntrv ta have standard time I th loof 1 a am
1 1 vtiv ittgv niiiic uviuwi uvav vvii vfcAw&A 1 Ty
for the railroads, and all other times mtt in Florida, and conditions have L 1
fn standard time. The I mnf.;
first arrangement, more than thirty : "Notwithstanding the lapsed time ?R SALE-Two wheel Ford trailer,
years ago, of four time belts, with and the great social and economical three mos(lU1 ,an rainproof folding
sun time ior tne miaaie 01 eacn, aim 1 changes the democratic party has r
i fimwOffllPTlt"' lpPWnV ff ahOUt halflKaA-n o a TMnm o an Andm An V I
an hour on each side, was, as good an questions of the day, and the party fR EXCHANGE Will exchange
arrangement as could be made. There and the people have all been at sea. 2-acre farm in Sussex county, New
is no reason why .people Shouldn't go So the question, 'What's the use?' sey 48 mUfs iJew, Yo,rkclt?;
to bed early and rise early, 'if they becomes quite pertinent. If men can
wantto. ine "aayngni, saving was participate, in a democratic party, un un-only
only un-only another manifestation of v theder the actual nledsres made by can-
average human's desire to change 1 didates and implied pledge by voters,
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
KATLb bix line maTimnm, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c: six times
75c: one month S3. Payable .in ad
WANTED At once, three bushels of
chufa seed. Carpenter & Robinson,
Montverde, Fla. 20-3t
FOR SALE 1916 Ford touring car,
$365; 1918 Ford touring car, $450:
Smith Form-a-Truck, $450. All over overhauled
hauled overhauled and in good condition. Dixie
Highway Garage, 121 West Broad
ROOMS FOR RENT Large, cool,
comfortable rooms, thoroughly screen screened;
ed; screened; bath room privileges. Rates reas
onable. Apply to Mrs. A. M. Kichline,
229 Oklawaha avenue. 19
703 S. Pond St.,
$75 per acre. A. E., Woodcock, Hunt
j ington, New York. 6-12-12t
WANTED Six good plow hands and
something established-to have a new that they will stand by the candidates ten.meilfor deanns. Steady work for
toy-and of the growing disposition of the primary, and then vote accord- SrS0 tLo
to W ;the government do every- mg their whims or their pleasure, Sent. Juscome
uung. ior xor me purpose ox getting eveni' v nr. t
;.i -I 1 OOH XUi Mil. JLi UY1U ouu tJ w vv Ui IV. I
with some one, what is the use of the
If it is a crime to obtain goods on party ? What is the use of voting
false pretenses, the managers of a with the party? What is the use of
numDer oi, movmgic -"r nZ-- -"T" ..r"". JUST RECEIVED A lot of Patent
are due for terms in jaii. xney .u J".." e VJ JT Castings that fit all makes of Cooking
out a picture and keep it on the road all, with restrictions V In that case, stoyes gend ordernow as I
untU it is torn to pieces, making no there would be no violation of pledged 1Mtrf aymount Acme gtove
enort to can n n unui, a r u i- Hospital, 326 North Magnolia St. 29tf
proprietor seiius iu uac& aw ui v"i wuvov vuuiu vava. iuvw
loss, sucn a picture waa ub uuw -t -.. j FOR SALE 15-acre farm one mile
at the Temple theater m this city last party principles, so far as state mat- nrn Tioiioa wn a
night under the name of "The Rider ters are concerned. So far as state XS
oi ine rTirpie cage. ai. wo j 1- X ,77 T V other fruit trees. Must sell on ac
hne mcture wnen 11 was new, out tuav um uuuK us uscr w- ....nf s1vuaos tt lar.
was some time ago. it was proKen in ETnerx ine lasi sessional uie leg- address a E. Crandall, R. F D. A,
a dozen places, ana many ox me m-i wivuic w uisuigauiMu Summerfield Fla. '14-3t
SCriDtlOnS Were CUt UU SU MlUlt Wiat I u.muv.n, lumnuuojwju. I
. . I mi 1 1 .11 i?
they couldn't be read. And hail tne me ianure 10 can ior a convention WANTED Your reDair work on
rnana wo a cut oflF in h mnit. tti- I is one thmsT. Mow we stand on wnm-1
UCW CCVilW MO w-w v ... . .-
terestinfr part of : the story. Of ar. sunrage is another, reapportion
course, the nronrietor can't help him- ment is another.
self, for he doesn't know, any. more we have no leader, no guide, no
than his ; patrons, what a picture is code of principles.
until he sees it, but if the picture
He never says anything much, but
he always looks at us like he wanted
to say, "Uncle Ben, if you wasn't so
dad-blamed old, I'd sure tell you to
co to blazes."
Among the luxuries the boys have
is to stay up as late as they please
and not get up until they get ready
They deserve these little indulgences
for awhile anyhow.
Nearly all the newspapers we have
seen, northern and southern, demo
crat, republican and nonpartisan, have
praised the work of American negro
soldiers in the war. They were m-
valuabl in the labor battalions, and
those on the firing line did splendid
t.hfitandincr this na-
tionwide praise and good will for the
"smoked American," we find a little
published in Boston, called
and claiming to he an
err- oi t-.Q r.Q'vo race mu yiwa
; r.-ienn negro in a hun hun-.
. hun-. T.I or it), trying its best
Is complete with everything that delights the
sportsman, such as Riles9 SIiol Guns, Ee Ee-voIvsfs
voIvsfs Ee-voIvsfs anfi Flsliiinicj- Elods, Eccls smcl
TacMe of every description. Our line is com composed
posed composed of the very best makes of standard man
ufacturers. We do not han handle
dle handle the cheap clap-trap nov novelties
elties novelties with which the mar markets
kets markets are being flooded at
this time. Our guarantee
goes with each article. We
also carry a complete line
of TfimiIis, Eagjs, SialS Cases and TFav TFav-eller's
eller's TFav-eller's Goodls in Central Florida. Come in
and let us show you our line.
l Y Y
" J I
guns, iocks, lawn mowers, etc., at
301 S. Main St. Also buy and sell sec second
ond second hand furniture at S07 S. Wain St.
J. W. Hunter, the Locksmith. 13-tf
OLD FALSE TEETH
Broken or not, I pay $2 to $35 per
set, also highest prices for bridges,
theaters of the state, or even a parti OCALA CAN HAVE
of the state, would get together and A MAINE TABLET
refuse these films they would soon
uit. wmintj. i iwi.iaoi,n ii ucaja wuum wave uuc ux crowns, watcnes. diamonds, old gold. I Remarkable Hesult ot a
about half a dozen tattered pictures the tablets made from the metal of silver and nlatinum. Send now and ,cj i rr i
have come thru here, and the one last the historic battleship Maine, she can receive CASH by return mail.' Goods! t w v
night was the second to have half the obtain it by applying to Congressman returned if price is unsatisfactory. "eck
i ? ml grn i i t . I ... ..
last reel missing, xne men respuu-1 viarK, wno as usual is reaay w oo BEKNEfi'S FALSE TEETH SPEC-1 Last Tuesday nignt, just Deiore
sible for keeping these rags on the anything he can for this town and IALTY, 175 So. Pearl St., Albany, N. daylight, a woman in Quitman, Ga.,
road are plain thieves, and it is time county. The following .letter to Mr. y. 17 I found in her bedroom a drove of xnos-
the movie theaters, to protect their Clark from the secretary of the nav
patrons, took some measures agamst J will explain the situation:
them. I Representative Frank Clark,
Washington, D. C. :
When Sunnviim backs ud from the bir: There are on hand at the navy
o-if Vio trainmen yard, wasnmgton, u. u., memo-
UUiVU gutvivu to"'f 1 m
v,nn1H Rton to dron the flaerman short ai tamets maoe irom metal recov
of the crossing instead of about ered from the wreck of the old bat-
twenty feet further on., An auto with iiesnip aiaine, logemer wim one
two or three people in it naa a very ww -"iv-v-
narmw PSMne at .the Star Office COr- puwuer waii&s.
- I rr , .1 a
-ia' Tiiwiif TVio enr -whirlt had xnese laoiets ana we material
Kpon ctnr.dmo' in front of the theater. I meniionea are 10 De aisposea oi m ac
-v C I j i Av nn
started down the street, and just as ?yF t" in a" ugusi
r the corner the rear 11 which is quoted as follows:
. O I Mrrrt 1
platform of the train came in sight. ne secretaries ox war ana navy
A quick twist of the steering wheel are authorized to cause to be made
and the car went by with a few feet -om any parts of the wreck of the
to snare hut if it had been two sec- luaine or lts equipment mat are suu-
ond i later or if there had heen an- able for the purpose, tablets for dona
other nt on the rmssino- coram? tio as relics in conformity with the
w.. 0 a . . a t-v nr .
from the otmosite direction, there provisions oi tne act ox iec.
would have been a smash, probably maxing appropriations to. supply
with fatal results. The rear of the urgent deficiencies; Provided, that the
train was at the corner when the cost. of suc tablets may be charged
flan inmned oflp ond the tmin had against any unpended balances of ap-
moved another ten feet before it Propnations heretofore made for the
halted. Jt was a very careless piece r m t ine . eaine
of. business and lacked but little of a wai ine municipalities ana otner
cansina, a serious accident. bodies receiving such tablets shall de-
O 4.1 il T
iray uie cost toereox, wnicn
onitoe. A nniclclv as noasible. she
Love is blind.! arose, cot her bottle of "Torment" and
Care for your began spraying it around. In less than
.m twenty minutes every mosquito was
eyes NOW and a corpse. You will have the same ex ex-avoid
avoid ex-avoid future perience if you will try it for mosqui-xonr-r
toes an( flies. Torment is a new prep-
worry, aration, manufactured by the G. B.
June Brides Williams Company, Quitman, Ga. It
Ocala, Florida, ".sure death wnies ana mosquiioes,
win IlUt, ClUUUJlg uujt xuiuiburc,
-n. 1 vi i land is absolutely harmless to human
Those pretty and serviceable lawn np:n, cr,lH nv wholesale and re-
swings are now selling lor only $7 at tail dealers. Price, 25c a bottle, Adv.
E. C. Jordan & Co's.. Ucala. it
Move those goods by advertising.
SftVEB SPfflMGS-BCfllA BUSSEMCI
ComlortablclBus Will Until Furliicr Moilce
Ron Betxvecn Ocala and Silver Springs on
Sundays and Thursdays on Hie folloxvinu
Schedule, Leaving Ocala from Court IIou
Lv. Ocala Lr. Silver Spgs.
10 P. 31.. 2:00 P. BL
3:30 P. M..
5:30 P. M..
7:30 P. M..
9:30 P. 31..
-4:00 P. 3L
7:00 P. 3L
8:00 P. 31.
.10:00 P. 31.
Lv. Ocala Lv. Silver Spgs.
9:00 A. 31....'. 2:00 P. IL
1:30 P. 31 4:00 P. It
3:30 P. 3L 7:00 P. IL
5:30 P. 31 8:00 P. IL
9:30 P. 31 10:00 P. IL
An ad. in the Star will bring you good returns on the investment. Try it.
Read the Star Want Ads. It pays
BMEM HOT WATEE
Says wo cant help but look
better and feel better
after an Inslds bath.
. , 'A shall be reimbursed to the proper ap
Tother night, when a unch of propriation
cnuice ru, a5 u m, Buu The act of Dec. 22, 1911, specifies
n7 7 M t ? v T C that the following are entitled to
a utue uog wno vexy muc tg q Mane or equipmenU
worse for wear, havmg .evidently Municipalities, military or naval
x I associations or societies; and the
of a lawnmower Gazing upon the former officers crew the Mfline
Catts' veto of the dogtax law said,
To look one's best and feel one's best
is to enjoy an inside bath each morn-.
cost ing to flush from the system the pre-,
vious oay 8 waste, sour iermentauona
and poisonous toxins before it is ab absorbed
sorbed absorbed into the blood. Just as coal,
when it burns, leaves behind a cer certain
tain certain amount of incombustible material
in the form of ashes, so the food and
drink taken each day leave in the ali alimentary
mentary alimentary organs a certain amount cf
indigestible material, which If not
eliminated, form toxins and poisons
which are then sucked into the blood
through the very ducts which are tri
or their heirs or xepresentatives.
ud A 1 : vyow mm. mic vauicia is
ivour .friend l V about five dollars 'plus the freight orndeFto suck to only nourishment
Another gent present, thinking of jp.t:-.f. - Tf to rf w
Burke, Flournoy, Christian, Cox and It is requested this informa I healthy bloom in your cheeks, to see
a few more, and noticing that a con- tion h rntt anxr I your skin get clearer and clearer, you
siderable .quantity of both hair and n u
mue were iuissiug xrom wie uog a uYiprp V v l T.""' 7,ITT. "7" "
back sadly remarked: "Yes; he ok,
liL-o tna (wuromnr hoc noon rite fnanH "I ... I ... .
""v bv,""w' "v-v-i rptarv the nnw anntxif Ki.i-.i in Irs tna warta material ana laxms
. j mx'x' uuii uiau&o I w
with full instructions in tomtA th from the stomach, liver, kidneys and
A new instance of the seeming in-j purchase and delivery of the relics
ability of members .of the Florida J will be -furnished..
legislature to say wnat they mean in
drafting a bill has come to light in
St. Petersburg. The act giving wom
en the right to vote in municipal elec
tions is so vague and uncertain and
is capable of so many constructions
that it may precipitate lawsuits and
tangle St. Petersburg in dangerous
srarls. St. Petersburg Independent.
' It would be very bad policy for any
city to give women the ballot' before
the state has done so. It might result
in elections being declared invalid
and the entire working machinery of
the municipality thrown into disorder.
There is at leat one good thing
the Mexicans did-ythey shot a bunch
of I. W. W. leaders in Yucatan. To
that extent, our government might
copy I: V. W. a&thods.
Yours very truly,
Secretary of the Navy.
m TrT 1 It
bowels, thus cleansing, sweetening and
purifying the entire alimentary tract,
before putting more food Into the stom stomach.
Men and women with sallow skins,
liver spots, pimples or pallid com complexion,
plexion, complexion, also those who wake up with
a coated tongue, bad taste, nasty
breath, others who are bothered with
headaches, bilious spells, acid stomach
or constipation should begin this phos phos-phated
phated phos-phated hot water drinking and are
assured of very pronounced results in
one or two weeks.
A quarter pound of limestone phos phosphate
phate phosphate costs: very little at the drug
store but is sufficient to demonstrate
that Just as soap and hot water
cleanses, purifies and freshens, the
skin on the outside, so hot water and
limestone phosphate act on the inside
organs. We must always consider that
internal sanitation is vastly more im important
portant important t"?" outside cleanliness, be because
cause because the skin pores do not absorb
impurities into the blood, while the
bowel cores do.
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-around
superiority at the averrge '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 tme-to-name litfit Six.
A. 11 automobile that's "what re said 114-inch -vrhedbase
Continental motor f racelul rweep of body lines, vrith double
co-wl and stylishly high honeycomb Fcddcr radiator smartly
slanting vind&hiekl soLd valnut ixxalrumcnt board, front
and rear Spicer joints Tixnken bearings.
want to show you this car and t&ie you for a ride in it.
I J Delivered
Bouvisr & Iriiigs
rhones 516, 187 and 393
Ccraer Ft. King and Slasnolia
OCALA EVENING STAC, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 191
s-s, si' .;... :;' .t-: JMt JK: -(!, ;Mf' 4 W W! W m W W te
rm H n 77 77 TTT Ti TK n TT TTT
For TTwsMttyOii If ssirs
Your demand for UTILiT if, with real econ economy,
omy, economy, easy and speed whether you prefer an
eight or a six is best supplied in the Oldsmo Oldsmo-bile.
bile. Oldsmo-bile. It is a handsome car, a real performer, and
at a moderate price.
f Me Six Delivered 0M5O.OO
Hie Eight Delivered 81850.00
The first Oldsmobile to come to Ocala (about
fifteen years ago) is still running. Let us show
you the pretty hew models now on display in
our show rooms.
uhf Service audi Mepsmi? KDspaFtinnieiiiLtl
sail M i (Ge CdDnipaiy
(Formerly Gate's Garage)
PsJ. Maoeolla St
GASIMLME, (DHL, G
zz ''.'jy TvHvttCvvC 0CmHwHv
If you have any society items,
please phone One-Two-One (121).
Mr. Clifford Ayer went to Tampa
yesteday to attend the meeting of the
Florida Dental Association.
Wise and Otherwise
However high, coffee mast go down
in the morning.
Ambrosia Ice Cream made in Or Orlando.
lando. Orlando. 20-4t
Mr. Ed Tucker leaves today for
Jacksonville to spend a couple of days
before sailing, for New York.
There will be hot rolls and hot cin cinnamon
namon cinnamon buns. Just follow the crowd. 0
Mrs. R. L. McCary and children,
who have been -fiisting Mrs. Keeffe
for the past two! weeks, returned to today
day today to their homl in Graceville, Fla.
Go to the filling station for your
gasoline and see what you get.
C-10-tf AUTO SALES CO.
Lieut, and Mrs. Morris Smith, who
are visting Dr. D. M. Smith, have
been the recipients of several pleas pleasant
ant pleasant social affairs during their visit
to Ocala, and were the guests at a
luncheon yesterday given by Mrs.
THE WIMIDSOE HOTEL
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each roow- : Dining room service is
second to non?.
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to 56.
ROBERT M. .MEYER,
Mrs. Wesson will open a summer
school Monday morning, June 23, at
the high school building at nine
o'clock. i 18-3t
JERSEY COW FOR SALE
Will be fresh in a few days with
second calf. Price, $75.
Z. C. Chambliss & Co.,
6-18-tf Ocala, Fla.
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
Girls, come and see those pretty
white ivory puffs we have just receiv received.
ed. received. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 20-6t
Mr. Ed Carmichael has ordered a
big supply of ambrosia ice cream to
take care of Sunday excursionists-.
The many patrons of Silver Springs
speak highly of this delicious refresh refreshment,
ment, refreshment, and Mr. Carmichael is greatly
pleased with ambrosia.
Mr. Sam Pooser, formerly an Ocala
bdy, but now with the Ambrosia -Ice
Cream Co., of Orlando, is in the city
for the week-end boosting the inter interests
ests interests of his firm in this territory and
is greatly pleased with the success of
placing ambrosia with the trade.
A big supply of Beggarweed and
Sorghum Seed now on hand at the
Ocala Seed Store. Phone 435. tf
, Mr. C. H. Lloyd returned to Ocala
yesterday, having received his final
discharge fro mthe army. Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd left this morning in their
car for Jacksonville for a three weeks
stay. Mr. Lloyd will attend to busi business,
ness, business, being connected with the Cum Cummer
mer Cummer Lumber Company of that city,
and Mrs. Lloyd will visit friends.
Doon't forget to call No. 519 at No.
Ill West Broadway for fresh meats
of all kinds, fish .and oysters in sea season.
son. season. Will open June 21st. J. D.
Dawkms, manager. 16-12t
Mr. D. J. Carroll, who has been with
the Smith Grocery Company for a
number of years, is now with Messrs.
W. H. Geerling & Son, at the Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia Market on s North Magnolia
street. On accoutn of the consolida consolidation
tion consolidation of the Smith Grocery with' the
O. K. Grocery, thevforce of these two
establishments was reduced. Mr. Car Carroll
roll Carroll will be pleased to see his old
' friends at his new location.
Original anar iDznciii?
j0 I mInahottltThrouQhartrTX&" a
fe Is the drink for both city and siSm f
ji country. Served alike at tho g Jff(y t
I most expensive fountain or I l $
I ' the smallest country store TSufwV t
j5 I Served only in sterilized bottles fTTJ AVJ ; 5
U JJk: Always cold iU chiUy-sparklins r lV M
T 4 Qhe our SolJien , V r if Jj
NSiLLi: Job They Ifl I fee: XT VftT 1
You can't keep a good, smart wom woman
an woman down. Our oldest inhabitant -put
a new shingle patch on her roof the
Sir Walter Scott said: "This world
is a dream within a dream, and as we
grow older, each step is an awaken awakening."
ing." awakening." Wonder how old a fellow must
get to be fully awake?
To every couple about to establish
a home, r.nd to every family serious seriously
ly seriously studying the problem of shelter, as
a fundamental budget item there
comes the question is it cheaper to
rent or buy a house?
How beautiful, sweet and very
young was the little lady who with a
rather pronounced war swagger en
tered a certain popular ice cream par
lor on Tuesday afternoon, and non nonchalantly
chalantly nonchalantly crossed her carefully shod
feet, showing the silken hosiery far
up almost to her dimpled knees. Sit Sitting
ting Sitting across the aisle the "one" who
notices many things wondered if the
girl had any idea how many inches
of silken stockinged limb she was
showing, and if she cared. Somehow
it seemed a pity for her not to care,
so fresh and wholesome and good to
look upon she was. Just a splendid
young American girl, teeming with
the joy and urge of youth, who had
not yet learned to care for worth worthwhile
while worthwhile opinions and the little proprie proprieties
ties proprieties which still prevail in spite of the
rush of modern life.-
An exchange says, "Rome is howl howling
ing howling because butter over there has gone
to fifteen cents an ounce."
One thing hard to find in Ocala is
a pessimist. The very air we breathe
is full of hope and energy.
And it's said that all the poetry and
romance will go out of fishing after
the' first of July.
Oh, say, can you see by the dawn's
early light if the trash wagons are
going out, to do their little might?
A wise paragrapher says that "an
ounce of silence is worth a pound of
Ocala secured the right to Silver
Springs as her water front and the
beautiful boulevard leading there be
longs to the city. Some day there is
going to be wonderful improvements
along the way, such as, maybe, pub-
he buildings and parks and beautiful
homes. The wonderful possibilities
and natural beautiful environments
of Ocala and Marion county will not
run away, even' tho our city dads are
so sound asleep they can't hear the
occasional growing pains now.
"Dry goods go higher," say mar
ket notes. "Neck or heels?" asks the
The man with a garden in his back
yard at least escapes the accusation
What do you think of a man who
will sit down at his table three times
a day and thank the Lord for the
bread which he has swindled some
poor man or beat his grocer out of?
"Home without a woman's care
and a woman's love is like no homt
at all," says dear Uncle Billy. "It's
only an empty nest in a winter's gale
from which the birds have flown."
If ever a fellow needs a dog, it's
the fellow that has a coop of chick chickens.
ens. chickens. Some guy is going to be a
backstop for a Winchester rifle ball
if he doesnt keep out of back yards
and from around chicken coops.
Cape Prince of Wales, Alaska, is
said to be the windiest place in the
world, not, excepting the Ocala city
council on meeting night.
Ocala is advancing into the ways
of the modern city; she has the side
walk hog, too.
If that New Year resolution had
lived it would be six months old.
The luxury tax on the soft drinks
adds the "kicks."
A beautiful airplane flew over the
city recently, with a result that all
the garages became jealous, to be
"Now,- Mary, money doesn't bring
happiness," said Mr. Newlywed to
"No, but it would enable me to go
to Frank's and buy a new dress and
tell the waiter at the hotel what I
wanted and have him bring it."
THE PIG CLUB BOY.
rratioflal Crop Improvement Ferric-!
In every community where there Is a
pig club boy you find the living ex example
ample example of progress, because having
nothing to unlearn he properly cares
for his pig and enthusiastically talks
to father, brother and neighbors, and
shows them his pig in proof of his
The most skeptical are bound to b
convinced that they have overlooked
something and that the pig club boy
ha9ropened a new Incentive to do bet better
ter better and add to the Joy of living.
Formerly hefcs in the South were not
considered as collateral, but the bank bankers
ers bankers now have agreed to finance th
farmers for one or more brood sows
when recommended by their county
tgnt, and generally consider that a
young brood sow Immunized by a com competent
petent competent expert on hog cholera Is worth
515 more than the old-fashioned hog.
The pig club boys are revolutioniz revolutionizing
ing revolutionizing the hog Industry and are proving
that the average farmer is wasting his
time raising cotton on cotton.
National Crop Improvement Serrlce.1
The United States department of ag agriculture
riculture agriculture says that there Is an Increas Increased
ed Increased use of serum arising from the good
results of the government inspection.
"Serum will prevent the disease but
will not cure It," says Dr. C P. Fitch
The, fact that there have been no
sweeping losses through hog cholera
la districts where the serum is used
proves Its efficacy.
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(P?iajnpon Z)u-rocJerscj? JO oaf
FOOD FOR YOUNG PIGS.
National Crop Improvement Service.
A great variety of feeds, Including
succulence and protein are essential,
but the feeder should remember that
the stomach of the pig is smalL This
Is why the pig gets the reputation of
feeding, all the time because his stom stomach
ach stomach will hold food only for a few
minutes. The feeding of young pigs
three or four times a day at first is
good business. Small amounts of feed
that will be cleaned up quickly, and
feeding at frequent intervals Is highly
PIGS NEED EXERCISE.
Probably nothing contributes to thrift
and growthlness as exercise; or put putting
ting putting It the other way round, nothing
will stunt a pig quicker than lack of
exercise. Beginning gradually, .even
young pigs must be Induced to move
GIVE HOGS MINERAL.
National Crop Improvement Service.
Furnish your hogs with mineral In
eome form. It is essential for the
maintenance of their bodies, and to
facilitate digestion and to produce
bones. The Colorado agricultural col college
lege college recommends the following mix mixture,
ture, mixture, stating that It Is especially good
for hogs In that It furnishes salt, and
at the same time rids the animals of
1 bu. soft coaL
8 lbs. salt.
4 lbs. clr-slaked lime.
1 bu. ashes.
4 lbs. sulphur.
2 fcs. copperas.
Mix all of the Ingredients except the
copperas. Dissolve the copperas In a
quart of warm water and add to the
mixture. This mixture should be kept
before the hogs at all times. A self
feeder compartment, or a trough, can
be used for this purpose.
WHERE TO GET PIGS.
National Crop Improvement Perviee.1
The leader of the boys and girls'
clubs will have no difficulty In locating
some purebred stock of alnfost any
breed desired. Most of the leading
breeders of the country will make a
price which the boy can afford to pay
at weaning time this spring, and if
any boy does not care to pay for the
p!g at time of purchase, arrangements
can be made with the breeder or at the
bank to take the boy's note without
security until an agreed date when
the project is completed. It is very
necessary that the boys should make
friends with the business men e?.rly
In life, for as soon las the farmer boy
feels that he is a business man he will
ba on the high road to success.
The literary meeting that was held
at the home of Mrs. A. T. Thomas on
the third Sunday in June was a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant and profitable one. Mrs. O. V.
Wetherel of Tampa led the devotion
al, reading a chapter in Revelations,
showing the comparison of the chap chapter
ter chapter with the lesson we had in Africa,
and telling of the converts.
Mrs. Thomaa chose as her leader for
the lesson Mrs. DeWitt Griftln, who
always holds the interest of the class.
We have finished our book on Af Africa
rica Africa and are now taking up home mis mission
sion mission study.
At the conclusion of the lesson Mrs.
Thomas served delicious refresh refreshments,
ments, refreshments, assisted by her daugther, Miss
Rhoda Thomas and Miss Ruth Sim Simmons.
mons. Simmons. Mrs. Watler Hoodj
Go to the filling station for your
gasoline and see what you get.
6-10-tf AUTO SALES CO.
Dr. Harry C. Dozler announces his
return from the army and he can be
found at his old offices in the Lanier
Robertson building on Magnolia
street. OSce phone 41, residence
PIG CLUB ARITHMETIC.
T borrowed $20 from the bank to
pay for my sow," says Ilamin Brook of
Jacksonville, Texas. "She dropped ten
pigs. I raised nine pigs and sold eight
for $40. I kept one pig valued at $10,
and the sow was worth $25. Total $C3.
The total cost of fee3 figured at 3 cents
a day amounted to $7.30, and I paid
back $21.75 borrowed money, leaving
$30.95 net profit. My sow will find pigs
In a few days.
FOOD FOR THEFAMILY.
When every Southern farmer real realizes
izes realizes that he Is mrtlcularly blessed In
soil and climate. th? Idea that he mu.t
lny hU food ia cans will setra to him
UIy and extravagant. Every farm
should raise Its own hogs and hominy.
fit iho TiT"T"
The way to ins:
is for every ood
can to be as thrifty
sible. Labor and n
terials should be ci
to useful, necessary
cles. Buy'only vbi:
need; get fail vali
everything you by. I
carefully. Small sun.
into Thrift or Govern
Savings Stamps help j
cure peace for the 17
and to secure futur
Monro 3 Cz CI::::::
Ocala - Z7:
A. E. GEEIG
mm mmsst-i vr.iv.-
At ixo nn"
Having opened a Sr; t elzzz
repair shop for all mslzcs c;
Automobiles, Trucks, etc., 1
solicit a share of the 'patron 'patronage
age 'patronage of car owners in tins t :
tion. I guarantee tatiz.izzi::ri
in my work and my chare-s
reasonable.. I carry a I-r.:
line of accessories for r.ut:--mobiles.
Let me overli-ul :;:
car when it needs it. an
that it does not necessarily c :
Serrice Station for !!:
Maxwell, Chalmers ar.:I C
Open 6 a. m. to 10 p. r:i.
p ? I
Corner Fort Km
X"" '" r
V STANDS FOR VALU
T -.A 1
us vulcanize your cua, vrc
blown-out tire3 and add greatly
their value and their lc; th cf
ice. Thrift ia the national watcliv.-c
.1 a .1 iL.:fi j
tire3 13 essential. Vulcar.lz'n': : ;
valuable to used tires 3 rcpiri:-;
to used shoes.
Oklawaha Ave- Ot-- r
IMver i lacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EIIBALLIERS
PHONES 47. 104. 2SS
OIL G. A. II. EDIISTON
Veterinary Physician and Surgeon
Eesidence Phone 501. Office Phone 123
Puis llie "CriziV
Activities rmd C:!:cr LvH;
Keep your Fenole gun in ac action
tion action and there will be:
No filthy roaches Elin!;k: j
No bedbugs in your bc i.
No mosquitoes to keep vzn
No ill-smelling sinks.
Your health will be bettar
and your health more cvc i.
Housewives order TEllQLZl
from your nearest retail Etc re.
Retail merchants order IT: IT:-NOLE
NOLE IT:-NOLE from your jobber re refuse
fuse refuse the so-called "Jv -
FENOLE IS THE BEST
Pint3 (16 02.) ....
quarts (22 or.)
Gallon . ......... n r
Mouth Sprayers fr'ec.
Large hand z?t-z:'z
Manufacture i cr.lv" 1 "'
m Iw 4 i Vi its lui .4 J, t
phone CO. 17-12t
- OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1919
at ttie old ; stand of tlie
jls still going on
vc a jew. good bargains left and it will pay
laclcanesXorn Fl&Ices -;!
Roxane P. C Flour
Yesterday afternoon some of the
real young set" enjoyed a supper
swim and dance at Silver Springs, re-
Mr. and Mrs. George Keeney of turning horn about midniebt. Tbis
Anthony were visitors in the city to- J happy little affair was arranged in
day. I compliment to Miss Merris Carroll,
who is an attractive guest in the city
Ambrosia Ice Cream made in Or-1 f r0m St. Petersburg. The young folks
lando. 20-4t I vere chaperoned by Mrs. Leavengood
and Mrs. DeVane. The following were!
Mrs. R. E. Yonge went to Jackson- those in the party: Misses Maudie
ville yesterday for a visit with rela-1 Marshall, Edith Edwards, Olive Wha-
tives. Hey. Elizabeth Wetherbee, Christine
Close. Sarah Rentz. Frances Lummus
Ladies, your toilet set is incomplete an(j Dorothy Lyles and 'James Ellis,
without one of those tirettv white rrant Pantr Mnrirm Liimmns. Wil-
lIlCUl OVer. We list a few iteniS belOXV ivory hand mirrors we have just re- frej Harold, Walter Troxler, Lindsay
ceived.. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 6t Troxler. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Lummus,
Mr. R. R. Carroll and Mr. P. V. Leav-
tU tiit... .' 'i.4i ... '.'
Q Mr. and Mrs. Fred Standley and en good joined the party for supper.
two aaugniers oi weauuws, wcic w
ill t the city shopping today. Whether you use glass or tin for
canning purposes, see us before lay
ing m your season's supplies. Clark-
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Ponder are ex
CO pected home today from a delightful son Hardware Co. Phone 417. 20-9t
vacation spent m Georgia.
$Mo aff-yoar-tound soft drink
The fiist man's drlnli was water and
rain. Bevo is the highest refinemeiif
of the natural drink of primitive man man-the
the man-the accepted drinli of modern America
abeveraiJeAVithreal food value.
7, ;h g
'' f fk
ird Compound,- worth' 35 c -i-..
lasMee! Fruit Calces r -. -
For the information of patrons, who
I were disappointed and rather indig-
i lelonfj,s"Ciolced Bran.-
'Campbell's :,; Soup - -. -- - --
Recl; line Asparagus . . . -.
OIfra:; and !.Tomatoes I J ... !;
SpIeed'"PumpMn.:.t -..-.!. . i
Wallier's "CMli -.C. 1 . - - -.
ABJM CP U.KfCEEflE BJ T 2
We wish to announce that Mr. D. J. Carroll, who for some
years has been connected with the Smith Grocery Company, has
accepted a position with us and will" be pleased to see his friends
here when they want FRESH MEATS, GREEN GROCERIES,
FEED, ETC. Free delivery to any part ci town.
-2151 We are showing a fine line
I T Omvms Caa 4liam aAM Kn V. I i. -a. a 1 TU TiAr-m, r-1 4Via
ing. Geng's Drug tSore. 28-ti I Purple Sage" was cut short yester
j50 daythe Star will state that Lassiter
or. The name 01 Mr. rercy rerKins was and Jane blocked their persecutors
iu unintentionally left out of the list of Dy rolling a huge rock into the ravine,
HO jurors in the Rice trial. and then made their escape into a
oft -"' pretty valley in the mountains,
AM Call phone 417 and get our prices where they lived in happiness and
in on vegetable tins, all sizes. Clarkson comfort until Uncle Sam's troopers
iriaraware KjO. Ipnt the iear oi uoa m tne nearxs oi
1U the Mormons. The Temple picture
'Aft Mr. Edward Tucker authorizes tne tonight is adapted from Rex Beach's
Iouii bu ucujr 1. 1 law iic uaa oum an nne sxory, ioo rai to xiguw. it
terest in his automobile business. I tells of a patriotic young American
who couldn't cret into the army or
Go to the filling station for your navy on account of overweight, but
gasoline and see what you get. jcined the Y. M. C. A. and did noble i
o 6-10-tf AUTO SALES CO. work for the boys. The International
News will also be on the screen.
Dr. and Mrs. Chas. w. Moremen
are in Tampa, where Dr. Moremen is 1 The following members of Ocala
attending the Florida Dental Asso-1 Chapter of the Eastern Star motored
ciation. to Leesbur Thursday evening and
visited the Leesburg chapter:' Mr.
Eastman Kodaks and Films to be and Mrs. Wesson, Miss Annabelle
ihad in Ocala only at Gerig's Drug Wesson, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Simmons,
Store. 23-tf Miss Ruth Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. F.
W. Cook. Dr. and Mrs: K. J. Weihe,
' Mr. John Martin, Lieut. W. M. Mar- Mrs. -F. G. B. Weihe. Mr. and Mrs. T.
tin and Miss Sara Pearl Martin have n. Kilsore. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Yonce.
rturned from a very pleasant trip to Mrs. Lester Lucas, Mr. C. E. Connor,
A' healthy and substantial drink at
the soda fonntain.o? with lunch d the
restaurant a comfort waiting fop .you
in the ice-ho i hoine
Sold 0tjwk Fata iht ivppi!d ltfroetr. tt t4 dIm
Visitot ok inrit0dt inspect our plants
- 1 rs
( Consumers Ice Co.J
i Wbolele Diatobutox
r s' vr
.. 1 ,, I 1 ..imo
7. r.L Gccrling & Sen.
FOR SALE Surry for sale. Good
condition. Pole and shafts. Cheap to
quick buyer. Box 16-A, Route B,
Ocala, Fla. 20-3t
Lawn swings $7. E. C Jordan
Company, Ocala. It
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green left this
afternoon for Jacksonville to visit
their daughter en route north, where
they will spend the summer.
Go J the filling station for your
gasoline--and see what you get.
6-10-tf AUTO SALES CO.
mm mmvm gaoa
JAMES S. EriGESSER.Frop,
(Iawi Aif rnntnin "v W m m. n TT VFT T ifi fill T"f!rwi fiAn
ijiuuJitijr tuyiucai iuny i j MvprifJ iiu Linked itiia
!ir.a Truclis Liiuk, HiiLiliIii3 and Trcdors
GtQHdlaird Gas, 0
aiis anna OsFeass
.OPEM 'FHOM' 6:30 A. M. TO 10 P. "11.
.121 W. Broadway,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Needham, Mrs'.
Jake Brown, Miss Helen Brown, Miss
Eloise Boubier. Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
Bilbro, Mrs. Denham, Mrs. Hattie
Webb, Mrs. Julia Webb and Mrs.
Ritchie. After the degrees were con conferred
ferred conferred by the Leesburg chapter, re refreshments
freshments refreshments were served.
WANTED Second hand household
furniture. Must be cheap. Address
"Quick Sale;" care Star office. 20-6t
LOST -Gold fijigree pin; diamond
shaped; set with one diamond and
two pearls. Had safety catch. Return
to Mrs. O. E. Cox. 326 Oklawaha
Ave. Jhone 406.
Mrs. Grider Perkins and Bliss Mary
McDowell returned yesterday from
Lake Weir, where they have been
i spending ,a few days with Mrs. John
Light Buick Six, five passenger
car, first class condition, fully equip
ped. Apply to R. E. Carroll, Ocala,
Mr, James Taylor was host last
night at a watermelon party at Lake
Weir. About thirty couples were
present and they spent a most enjoy
able evening dancing.
Mr. Kenneth BlacKay arrived in
Ocala yesterday from Georgia Tech.,
where he has been attending school.
He went to Lake Weir, where his par parents
ents parents are spending the summer.
Another shipment of the famous
Alma Zada Face Powder in at Gerig's
Drug- Store. ; 28-tf
Messrs. John H. Spencer, Edward
Tucker and W. H. Palmer leave to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for Atlantic City, N. J., to
attend the annual Elks convention,
representing Ocala Lodge No. 286.
Mf f mfli,rtW,ao rt,t nni You can get no more, satisfaction
,nnnlo Mice A tmtxa onri Mr ?r Hn.t Snd IlUine COmfOft OUt Of 3 piece Of
ford, who came home from school yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. r
furniture than one of, our lawn
swings. Only a few left and they are
now selling for $7 each, E. C. Jordan
Dr. and Mrs. R. T. Weaver and & ComPany' 0cala
Miss Ethel Haycraf t of Kissimmee,
are visiting their Ocala friends today.
P. O. BOX 60S
LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS,
circulars, Holders, fine booklets, etc.
WE NEVER DISAPOINT A CUSTOMER ON A
PROMISE. YOU GET THE JOB WHEN ITS DUE.
mm mm Hiiiiiiifiy mm mm mm mm
" No charg? fcr delivery of caskets anywhere day or night.
; WILBUR SMITH, SA2I R. PYLES JR
; v Licensed Embalmers
I Offlco Phono 10 fJioht Phonos 225 or 423
The friends of Mrs. Howard Clark
h will be glad to hear that a telegram
ill. I 1 1 M. 1- M. M 1
was receiveu iasi nigni zruzn ner
physicians stating that she was
somewhat better and that they hope
j for her ultimate recovery.
Ambrosia Ice Cream made in Or
l J '-a
E2 E2i P.
Is Tlig Tints To
Elelti) IDs Give You to$ Service
Tie need your help during tils hot weather. Everybody is calling
fcr prompt service everybody needs OUX ICE.
Da your share be sure that the ice man is nolt delayed at year
home have the ice money or the coupon ready when he cenca--make
it as easy for us to serve your neighbor as yea want us to
7e know you will help us thank yea.
.'..1 I.t:rvjsi23 made on all Ccn-
. v z-fs. : Gibes'. More and Better
mej than' ." any.;. 'other
HoTe those goods by advertising.
World's Oldest University.
The oldest university In the world is
at Peking. It is called the "School for
the Sons of the Empire. Its antiquity
Is great, and a grand register consist consisting
ing consisting cf C20 stone columns. Is reputed
to ; contain, the nsnes cf 0,000 grsdu--
Mr. and Mrs.. Edward Dorsey are
today moving to Tampa, where they
expect to go into the poultry busl
ness. Collier Brothers moved their
furniture with one of their bier
trucks. Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey have
lived in Ocala for many years and we
wish for them prosperity in their nevs
home, although we will be sorry to
lose them from Ocala.
Just in. Lord Baltimore Paper in all
colors, 60 cents the box .at Gerig's
Urug Store. 28-t
Mrs. Mary C. Elliott leaves tomor
row for Jacksonville and Sunday wil
sail via the Clyde Line to visit her
old home in New York city and Brook
lyn. Mrs. Elliott will spend some
time in Asbury Park and Ocean
Grove, and about the first of August
will go ud the Hudson river tn Al
bany, thence up Lake Chamnlain to
the Adirondack mountains to spend a
Go to the filling station for your
gasoline and see what you get.
o-iu-ti auto salks rn
The Star is well supplied with wa watermelons
termelons watermelons today. Mr. L. O. Booher,
our staunch friend for many years,
brought in his annual melon, which
received its regular tribute of appre appreciation
ciation appreciation from the forse. Geo. W. Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, an enterprising colored farmer.
i t i
aiso orougni m a Dig, nne melon
which greatly refreshed the boys.
The fire today was at the home of
Mr. C. E. Coodie, out in Linwood. It
was not much of a blaze and was eas easily
ily easily extinguished. The worst thing
about the fire was that the little truck
carrying the chemical, almost- laid
down on the job.- It stopped and had
to be cranked three times on the way
to the fire.
Hunter's Secret of Success.
As a hunter the native Australian
Is marveiously adjusted to the environ
ments. His success lies In an Inti
mate knowledge of the habits of ani
mals on land, In the ground, In trees
and under water, and his wonderfully
developed powers of observation. He
decoys pelicans by imitating their
cries, catches ducks by diving below
them, locates;, an opossum In a tree
by marks on .the bark or by the flight
of mosquitoes, finds snakes by the ac
tion of birds, and follows a bee to its
ctore for honey.
Newell entered his father's study
one day much excited and out of
breath. "Oh, papa, he said, "a man
out in the street has some pigeons for
sale, and I just lack 24 cents of hav having
ing having enough to buy one. Won't you
give me that much?' As the father
handed over the desired amount he
asked now much the pigeons were
worth. As the small boy hurried away
he shouted back: "Twenty-five cents.
There will be hot rolls and hot cin
namon buns. Just follow the crowd.
Cause of Sun's Eclipse.
Eclipses of the sun are caused by
the moon coming between the earth
and the sun in such manner as to ob obscure
scure obscure the sun or a portion of It from
the view of a section of the earth. An
eclipse of the moon results when the
earth comes between the eon and the
moon so that the shadow of the earth
falls upon the whole or a part of that
portion of the moon visible to the
All Mil .CCIPIII K
Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABQMD Affi IINE M1LE0AD
2:20 am Jacksonville-New York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:20 xun
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pm
2:15 am Tampa-AIanatee-
SL Petersburg 2:15 am
1:50 nm Tamrva-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:25 pm Tampa-St. Petersburg1 4:05pm
MIAFiTie COAST LKE EAILEOAD
2:12 inn JToksonvine-New York 2:15 am.
1:45 pm. J'ksonville-G'lncsvllle 3:25 pm.
1:42 am. J'ksom iiie-G'nesTillo 10:12 pm.
3:15 am. SL Pefsbr-Lak eland 2:12 aai.
3:35 pm St. Pefstourg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
i:io am. Duzraellon- w ucox i
7:40 am. Du'nellon-Ikeland 11:03 pm.
5:25 pm. Homosassa 1:35pm.
10:13 pm. Leesburg 8:42 am,
4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuday. Thursday. Saturday.
W. K. Lane, U, Phjrfdsn rJ
S.rrwnetiefm wtmumtmt t .T .
sti'WMUie MJiJKm i.,rf AlSSm 6SU
Threat. 'Law. lit
call fhofje 13 :
When You Want I
2 First Class J
PMESSIMG CLUB j
: SERVICE :
We call for your, work and J
make prompt return delivery.
: LIARICrJ PHESSCG CLDD I
Ezzilh z Garrett, Prcs. i
More miles per gallon
More miles on tires
The 300,000 E
All - Tell the Same StoK j
1 'IT AXWELL first caught on in those sections
of America where grades are long and
- V mlL severe, where roads nre none too crood.
where distances are great, and where few cars
before .had made good.
Today if vpu could visit those places, those
zones- some oi them hundreds and hundreds of
miles in area you would see the Maxwell the
prevailing car there.
These "Maxwell areas," so to speak, have
since spread into nation-wide even world-wide
areas for like all, things good, nevs travels fast
Today there's no spot cf consequence where
Maxwell cannot be found in ever-:ncr easing numbers.
Because Maxwell expresses to a marked de degree
gree degree that one quality that every one seeks in a
motor car -everlasting reliability.
This dominating trait of the Maxwell was
built to be its dominating trait
Instead : ; a brand nc every year with
frequent, c.ensive change. . design (changes
costlyto the purchaser) a very simple Maxwell
was designed five. 3rears ago.
And sfr.ee that time no radical changes have
been made, no nov models bull";, but instead a
constant, cJmost daily improving process has gone
oh until today the 200,000th Maxwell tells the same
C"frt rm 'fT'"
OtvJ J JL "W . .4.
It's -: setter car, tc bo sure, more refined,
better !o; even mere ro-ible, but it would
net be r; c r :-.r today vcre it merely a 1919
model with !: .:t one -car behind it
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Marion County (Fla.)
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Ocala evening star
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