The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Weather Forecast: Fair tonight;
Wednesday showers extreme south
portion.

OGALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1919.
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After the Treaty is Signed, Al Allies
lies Allies Believe It Will Have
to be Enforced

TALIMJS EXPECT

TO ARRIVE

In Paria Friday, In Time to Take
' Part in the Final
Sign-Up

(Associated Press)
Rome, Monday, June 23. The new
Italian delegation to the peace con conference,
ference, conference, it was announced tonight,
will leave Wednesday and expects to
arrive in Paris in time to sign the
peace treaty with Germany.
THE DELEGATION

London, June 24. Profound dis distrust
trust distrust of Germany is the predominant
note in London press comment on
Germany's decision to sign the peace
treaty. It is contended the Germans
proved themselves treacherous thru thru-out
out thru-out the war, the latest instance being
the sinking of the fleet at Scapa Floe,
and therefore it would be premature
to celebrate peace until the treaty
has been actually signed. Even aft afterwards,
erwards, afterwards, it is said, the Allies must be
continually on guard until the last
penalty is paid.
fiOMR KIT I PS MAY RE SAVED

London, June 24. Three of the
German warships which their crews
attempted to sink at Scapa Floe have
been beached, it was announced offic officially
ially officially today. There is every prospect
of saving the ships in good condition
if the necesary apparatus arrives be before
fore before bad weather set in. Two destroy destroyers
ers destroyers are afloat and eighteen others

were beached. There is no prospect

of saving the other destroyers with without
out without elaborate operations.
SHADY SCENE OF A SHOOTING

Paris, June 24. The Italian delega-

- J tion said today it is informed the
inew delegation to the peace confer-

INTEND TO CONQUER ence will arrive in Paris Friday. The

SERBIA AFTER ALL delegation will consist of Foreign
' Minister Tiettoni, Senator Gaglielmo
(Associated Press) Marconi, Senator Vittorio Scialoia,
Belgrade. May 10. -(By Mail.) Senator Maggiorino Ferraris and

The German and Austrian peaceful Marquis Gorgio Guglielmo.

infiltration of Serbia has begun. The

hotels of tmV city harbor guests SK INNER ENGINE IS
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whose identity is reveaieu y RUNNING SMOOTHLY

heavy Teutonic cast oi leatures. iney

taiK in uerman ana mugn iouuiy u It hpp.ina to 1nflk lilce our citv nnwer

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tneir Deer, maeeu il one uWS plant is going to make good after all.

sueaK uerman in ueigraue one mc- oi.r

times finds himself misunderstood. this morning found the big Skinner

ine waiters uo noi khow xngu steam engine running as smoothly as

irencninine majorHy UiwSC8. T a sewing machine and with not much
"My friends in Basle told me I nf..

would -be mobbed m Belgrade H I Ie has been ranning that way for
spoke German there," declared a self- days,aild Superintendent Martin
styled Swiss salesman. "However, I EnHneer McKenzie are betrin-

i. j ii i t t A i Ti-i:. T

IOUna tnat wnen l spoKe ituuau x wa f KpUpva it. will leppn nn tfcp

treated with disrespect, that when I

spoke rench I was ignored and McKenzie is petting that engine,
when I spoke English I was smilmg- v . rt .

ly but politely told, m German, that gay the third time never

i couia oe oest rvea uy apmg vuc failg fcut Mac gays ther(J isn,t goinfe;

U!!U:J .v. J to be any third time.

c .I t. if V j, a Mac was hanging to the side of the

u wie ouier uaa uwu uuvucu engine rubbing a speck of dust off of

cneausimu auu ucmau Kuuuo. H nke ft loyer of horse.flesh would
How they got in one cannot learn but 1 M t -Aaa nf ar

every shop window m the villages M f ho l& h h d b

xruui uuu w ting some of the citys oil on it.
I. 4-it 1 MtAins Imuran I v

ciieap iiuxrxux&, wmcw. A a ag0, Mac WOre SUCh a SCOWl
and gimcracks of every descnptioi, Lfcat ft cow had looked at him she

"Maae in Austria." many pi tne ar- would haye iyen
ti!p iiro harked with colored T1C-I ......

tures under celluloid of the former A.n' we 11 tmnsf a.iways co,m,e,.a
.:rfj"" .J:J n good man's way if he doesn't die

vusmuii aim ucxxuau vmpciwxo in J first

,cu lcP".ai "f", "c The apparatus for the use of oil in
tie prejudice against German and .,

fJ0?!! Und will soon be ready. The other

aiu Z' v V it nr work, the spray pond and pipes for
The Serbian hates the Bulgarian as Lhe ater soon

venomously as ever dus ne aoes nut i readv

rt muwimK..MJr;.wW v AUg weU than ends welL

T J -X l 7 r But nothing ends this side of Jor-
J unfit minfti0 At.AAiriAOl a

...'.i.i ti c I uan.

commjttea oy vulgarians upon oer oer-hifltia.
hifltia. oer-hifltia. The former Emneror Charles'

CARD OF THANKS

JvbUAW w will uv&v..y wv v ww
hendminrtprs.

t Tt,-.im,io thoi-o io v.iftAm0c3 1 We wish to thank all our friends

fliminst the Austrians. esDeciallv for their many acts of kindness and

rmnnn- the better class of neoDle tnoSntfulneSS and for the beautiful

whose homes were systematically de- flowers that were sent us, which
spoiled bv Austrian officers who shin- helped so much to lighten our heavy

ed sixty trains of household goods hearts in our recent bereavement, in

from Belgrade across the Danube into A5s ox our moioer.

Austria. Each train was composed of

approximately thirty cars. Three
hundred pianos were included in the
loot. Belgrade and Northern Serbia

are flooded with the depreciated Aus

trian currency, in fact there appar apparently
ently apparently is more Austrian money in cir

culation than Serbian.

The American Red Cross emnlovs a

number of German nrisoners in trans- A special meeting 01 tne 150y

I r a. i i .i

porting its supplies. They are better opoms wui De neia at tne liDrary at

ciotnea man many oerD somiers ana r"" v..
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go about the streets laughing and are requesieu to ue present, as ar;

iokino- and in e-eneral ouite at home, rangements ior a niKe ana otner dus

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The American Red Cross has for mess win De transactea.

its warehouse the Palace holl which. n- A. Uavies, bcoutmaster,

just finished before the war, was in

CLEUEAU'S
TASK COr.llUG
TO A CLOSE

Full of Years and Honors, the Veteran
Statesman Feels that He Can Do
. but Little 31 ore for France

(Associated Press)
Paris, June 2-L Premier Clemei
ceau has expressed his intention to
resign from office as soon as the
treaty is promulgated, feeling he has
accomplished the task for which he
assumed the premiership, says Marcel
Hutin in the Echo de Paris. It is ex expected
pected expected that parliament will ratify the
treaty late in July.
EXPERTS SELDOM AGREE
Paris, June 24. The council of
three has referred the question rela relative
tive relative to the sinking of the German
fleet in Scapa Floe to a commission
of experts to determine whether the
arnystice conditions were violated, j
TEUTONS TAKE THEIR TIME j
Paris, June 24. No word has beenj
received from Weimar relative to the
new German, plenipotentiaries at Ver Versailles.
sailles. Versailles. The date for signing tht
treaty has not yet been fixed, but the'
belief is gaining ground that it will
occur Thursday or Friday. j

SHIP'S ORDERS
' TO STEAL

The President's Private Transport Is
Booked to Leave Brest
- Thursday

BRflfWI

The Shady section was considerably

wrought up yesterday when the dead
body of Stephen Ellis was found

about half a mile west of the hard
road six miles' south of Ocala on the

Ocala-Shady road.

The body was discovered by Jim

Mabry, who immediately reported his

"find to the authorities. A .coroner's

jury was summoned and after ex

amination of several witnesess ren

dered a verdict that Ellis came to his

death from the effect of gunshot
wounds inflicted by party or parties

unknown.

The body was turned over to the

Goldman undertaking establishment

for burial.

Sheriff Galloway this morning, ar

rested Alex Wise, father-in-law or
Ellis, after securing evidence pointing
to him as the party guilty of the
killing.
Ellis had evidently been shot from
ambush, as gunwad3 were found near
a large tree about twenty feet from
where the body was found. Nine
buckshot entered his body in the
breast and right shoulder.
It seems that there had been some

family difficulty within the past few
weeks. Ellis wife returned to their
old home at Shady from Inverness,
s where Ellis had been working for
some time. Last Saturday Ellis; came
here with the intention of taking his
family with him to Inverness. When
ho left the house of his father-in-law
it was with the intention of securing
a team to get his wife's baggage to
the railroad. This is the last time
he was seen alive.

SELLING CHALMERS SIXES

Mr. R. Golden, a Leesburg drug

gist, and Mr. J. T. Williams, of Sum-

terville, have both purchased Chalm Chalmers
ers Chalmers sixes from Mr. R. R. Carroll in the

past two or three days. Mr. Golden
took a seven-passenger car and Mr.
Williams a five-passenger. Another

seven-passenger car has been sold at

the Leesburg branch, to be delivered

as soon as it arrives from the factory.

Buick Six at a bargain. Apply at

the Maxwell Agency, Ocala. tf

CELEBRATIONS MAY
SOON

BE TOO

Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Guthery.
Mr. ; and Mrs. W. A. Guthery.
Mr. and Mrs. Eason Carlton.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. VanNess.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Guthery.

Misses Clem and Emma Guthery.

MEETING OF SCOUTS

tended to be the best hotel in Bel-lern Serbia, distributed help to loca

grade. When the Austrians entered! orphanages and hospitals, started

the town, however, they deliberately! workrooms for needy women, gave

smashed the plateglass mirrors, mar- out supplies to hospitals and has
ble wainscoting and stabled their equipped medical staffs which travel
horses in the drawing room and din- through Northern Serbia,
ing saloon. The woodwork was torn ;
out for firewood and the mahogany Doont forget to call No. 519 at No.
furnitufe wantonly hacked with axes. Ill West Broadway for fresh meats
Major G. H. Edwards of Orlando, of all kinds, fish and oysters in sea-
Fla., who has been in charge of the son. Will open June 21st. J. D.
American Red Cross work in North- Dawkins, manager. 10-12t

Paris, June 24. Celebrations over
he German decision to sign the

treaty without reservation, here are
more enthusiastic than at Lille and
other cities and towns in the territory
wrested from the Germans. The news

papers printed special editions, cheer cheering
ing cheering crowds paradecl the streets, the
houses were decorated with allied
flags and at the seaports warships an announced
nounced announced the news by firing salutes.

In all cities government buildings

were illuminated, in raris Danas

were everywhere on the streets and

the news was announced in the motion

picture houses.

THE AUSTRIAN TREATY
Paris, June 24. Work on the Aus

trian treaty was resumed by the coun

cil of three today. Its completion is

desired as speedily as possible and
the work is expected to be pushed en.

ergetically. Financial experts were
called before the council at today's
session.

NO KIN TO MAUDE
Paris, June 24. Hermann I&ueller,

the new German foreign secretary,

will head the German delegation to

sign the peace treaty, La Liberte

says. The Germans will probably ar

rive at Versailles Wednesday morn
ing.

LIFTING THE BLOCKADE

Paris, June24 The supreme block

ade council met today to decide on

the date when the blockade of Ger

many will be lifted. One element, it

is understood, favors the day when

the treaty is ratified, but it is'toelieved

the council will probably decide to

lift the blockade with the signing of

the treaty.
HE CAN BE SPARED

Weimar, June 24. (By the Asso

ciated Press.) Dr. Haniel Von Haim

hausen, who was designated Sunday

as German representative to sign the

treaty of peace, has telegraphed his

resignation from Versailles rather

than attack his name to the docu

ment.

(Associated Press)

Washington, June 24. President
Wilson cabled Secretary Tumulty
yesterday that he expected to leave
on his homeward journey Wednesday
or Thursday.
The president should make the re return
turn return trip within a week and immed immediately
iately immediately after his arrival here will prob probably
ably probably present the peace treaty to the
Senate for ratification. After he
clears his desk of accumulated work
he will make a "swing around the

circle," speaking- in support of the
treaty and the league of nations

covenant.

TROOPS ON PRESIDENTS SHIP

Paris, June 24. President Wilson

will leave Paris for home by way of

rest Wednesday or Thursday of this

week, barring the unexpected.

One company of troops, compris

ing the guard of honor at the "White
House," left for Brest last night and

another company will leave today, ap apparently
parently apparently in expectation that the pres president
ident president will leave Wednesday.

The United States steamship

George Washington, the president's

ship, will take a direct route from
Brest to the United States under

breed draft. Extra coal is being

placed on the deck spaces.

One battleship and four destroyers

will compose the escort of the George

Washington. In midocean four de destroyers
stroyers destroyers from the Azores will relieve

he original four.
Nearly all of the civilian attaches

of the American delegation, whose
work is ended with the signing of the

treaty by Germany, will return on

he George Washington. The ship

will also carry 2500 troops.

The women in the presidential

party, in addition to Mrs. Wilson,

will include Miss Marcraret Wilson

and Mrs. John W. Davis, wife of the
American ambassador in London. One
company of the guard of honor at the

president's residence will remain in
Paris until the peace negotiations
with the other enemy countries are

concluded.
THE GEORE WASHINGTON WILL

SAIL THURSDAY
Brest, June -24 The United States

steamship, George Washington, which
will carry the president back to the

United States, received orders yester yesterday
day yesterday to be ready to sail Thursday
morning. The work of loading the
transport began this evening.

CATCHING UP WITH ;

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(Associated Pre3)
Bologna, Italy, June 24. The trial

of Alfred Cocchi for the murder of

Ruth Cruger in New York city in 1917

began here yesterday. The jury was
chosen at the first session.

The program for Ocala's welcome
to the returned service men of Mar Marion
ion Marion county, on Thursday evening, was
announced this morning. The picnic
supper will be served to the men at 6
o'clock, and the speaking and enter entertainment
tainment entertainment will begin at 7:30, at which
hour the public is expected to be pres present.
ent. present. It is possible that some changes
rn the program as announced may be
necessary. Among the speakers the
committee has made an effort to have
as wide a representation .as possible.
The welcome is for the soldiers, sail sailors,
ors, sailors, marines and the welfare work workers
ers workers that were attached to any of these
branches of the service. The band
which will furnish lively. music Thurs Thursday'
day' Thursday' night is composed of musicians
who have gladly offeerd to play for
the occasion.
The supper promises to be a rare
feast. The women of Ocala have
eagerly offered to assist in the pre preparations.
parations. preparations. The committee in charge
Las had to decline offers of the women
in other towns in the county to help
prepare the feast, as much as these
effers were appreciated:
The program is as follows:
L. W. Duval will preside.
Music by the band.

Invocation: Dr. J. R. Herndon.
Welcome in behalf of the city: Dr.

J. E. Chace, mayor.

Welcome from the veterans of 18G1
to the veterans of 1918: F. E. Harris.
Music."
Responses:
"Over Here": Alfred Green.
"Over There": John Thomson.
Music.
The Navy, "We Put it Across":
James Metcalf.
Welfare Workers: W. T. Gary.
With the Army of Occupation:
Robert MacKay.
Music.
The American Army: Capt. Edward
Drake.
The American Legion Dr. II. F.
Watt, post commander.
Music

REPUBLICANS WOULD

AN ANCIENT

i Associate! Pre
Washington, June '21.
old clerk hire legisltitr..
after protracted del .-t.
sent to the Senate a r.
mitting each memlor to
clerks, whose names, v.ib
shall be placed on th' i'--i
gressional employes. I'.t!..
resolution, it was point. -the
debate, prevents a . :
paying practically all of th
available for a membcr'a c::
ia the year beginnU r.o'.t J..
employe, another bein- i-Ir.:

roll at a nominal salary. J
rollment of clerks, it also v

debate, members cannot L. :

with paying less than th? :
authorization and "pockttir.j
m,

feience.

SHOWER FOR MISS SPENCER

SOME LAND SALES

It is said that the land market is
quiet now, but the Rogers-Wilson
Realty Company disposed of over
$15,000 worth of Florida terra firma
last week. It was all to prospective
settlers, too.
'
TEMPLE ATTRACTIONS

TEUTONS HAD BEST
OTHER TUNES

LEARN

London, June 24 News of the Ger German
man German government's decision to sign
the peace terms resulted in patriotic
demonstrations throughout Germany,
the Exchange Telegraph's Copen-

Today: Alice Brady in "Redhead."
Thursday: Wm. S. Hart in "Selfish
Yates."

Saturday: Louis Bennison in "Oh,

Johnny!"

lin, Munich and other cities proces processions
sions processions marched along the principal

streets, the participants singing war

songs and. cheering the generals of

ha gen correspondent reports. In Ber-the old empire.

Miss Mabel Clark of Kendrick en entertained
tertained entertained at a miscellaneous shower

Wednesday afternoon, for Miss Ruby

Spencer, whose marriage takes place

Sunday. Little Sadie Lee Livingston

rolled in the cart filled with gifts and

stopped at Miss Ruby's chair. The

gifts were pretty and u3efuL Fifteen

of her friends attended the shower,
which was a complete surprise to the
honoree. Miss Clark served cake and

grapejuice. Those assisting her in

serving were Misses Beatrice Beezlee

and Edna Waters.

NOTICE

It is the intention of the committee
that everyone be given the privilege

cf contributing to the supper to the
returned service men, Thursday night,

at 6 o clock, on the courthouse square

and if you are not personally solicited
by Tuesday night, please phone some

member of the committee.
Mis3 Annie Davis.
Mrs. W. W. Clyatt.
Mrs. O. T. Green.

REDHEADS WILL

be dead:

Admission Per Chevcau Rc::"?

Temple tMs Everuisg
There. will be an unique : t: I

mittance at the Ttmr1;- tcr.'

see Alice Brady in "Rc ".it.-I."
redheaded woman an ;:ri in V.

and every redheaded n:r,n, L

panied by a lady, will I.: :

iree.

The picture itself is ;tl

enough, as Alice Brady is c

prettiest' and smartest of
girls, and her appearance '12 r.I
a good picture, and when yc 1
that that the strawberry ':

most of whom are pretty, ;;: 1

whom are vivacious to the nth

are to be in the audience, yt
safely figure it will be sorr. j :1.
some sideshow.

This entertainment may I 2

expensive to the Temple thr.

n'anagement figures on.
the lip3 and cheeks cf scr

dies, we have figured tha

quite numerous in thi3 locality,

little expert camouflage, quit j

ber of brown and goldcn-hair
may add the Titian tincture 1
locks for this date and cccaiic
we shall see what we shall z :c

E LE CTR A

Electra, June 24. Everybody

joicing over the nice rains vro

having now.
Miss Dixie Pillar. 3 has gzm
for a few weeks vacation.
.We are all glad to fee cur
boys back. Ben Holto::, I:
Griggs and William Halfcri
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iiurae last wees, ui are 10:.::"

Miss Frances Mock has rctur:
South Florida to take up I.: ?

won again alter a lew clay' v..

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II.
Mr. Emmet Grig3Mii I"j
Mock, Mr. B. B. Fletcher ard
Zella Mock spent a plea-ant c;
2.1 Silver Serines Kurulnv rf-

Mr. Claud Lippincott left last
for Nebraska, where he is r:lll
cated.

, Ambrosia Ice Cream made in Or Orlando.
lando. Orlando. 20-4t

Two Dodge touring cars for r
bargains. The Maxwell Agere;

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I We all do things that we would

think were ridiculous if we saw other

j people do them.

V ycai u&u, Lite J.bttiiaus LUiucu due

tide airrainst the Austrians. inflictinsr

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a great defeat upon them along the
Piave from Montello to the sea.

A year ago, the Germans attacked
the British at Bligny, and were driven
hack with severe loss. This battle,
in which more men were engaged
than at Shiloh or Chickamauga ip our
civil war, hardly won notice in thu

tremendous fighting of last summer. '.
The manner in which the council of
three to five allows the Germans to
dally along from day to day is '.dis '.disgusting.
gusting. '.disgusting. By the time the treaty is
signed, if it ever is signed, the Ger Germans
mans Germans will have pretty good reason to
believe they have won the war. As
diplomats, they have Wilson and

.Lloyd George beaten to a irazzle.
We are very glad to receive and re reprint
print reprint from the Times-Courier the ac account
count account of improvements at the Marian Marian-na
na Marian-na industrial school. We are glad
both on account of the boys there and
the reputation of the state, and that
our old friend, Dr. McClahe, is mak making
ing making good. There is ; no xcuse for a
.state institution" becoming such a disr
grace as Marianna was. Good men
and women to manage them can al always
ways always be found if the board of institu institutions
tions institutions tries' hard enough to find them.
There are all the way from two to
six sides to every question, and the
Artisan, labor paper of Jacksonville,
lays the blame for the firemen's strike
on the city commission. We don't
think firemen should strike any more
than soldiers should desert, but we do
think the people whose property they

del end should see to it that they have
a fair deal. It doesn't look to us,
from the election returns, like the
people of Jacksonville take much in interest
terest interest in their city affairs. There are
mighty few votes in proportion to the
population. :V
It was encouraging to notice in
Monday's dispatches that a number
of negroes joined the whites of ta
Mississippi county in the chase of "a
negro criminal. It was also very en en-Tacrine
Tacrine en-Tacrine to the neonle of this eoun-

tyin fact, of the entire state to
note he willingness of the colored
peopliofjOcala to bring the mur murderer,
derer, murderer, KiceT to justice, appreciation for
which devotion to law and order was
shown by the court in the appoint appointment
ment appointment of two of the best lawyers of
the Ocala bar to defend the accused.
Ii: has been for many years a griev grievance
ance grievance of the white people that the
negroes always did their best to
shield every member of their own
race accused of a crime, whether
guilty or not. This, however, is by
no means a peculiarity of the negro

MICKIE SAYS

TtVtE OMLN AM4 VJWO EJPt
: K'f'

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race. xne iiiongoiians, tnmese,

Malays, etc.) who outnumber the ne

groes four to one, the Hindoos, in

fact every race over which the white

face tries to dominate, has the same
characteristic. No people stick to together
gether together more closely than the Mexi Mexi-cans
cans Mexi-cans in our border states. These peo people
ple people are half Spanish, half Aztec, they
have the rights of Americari citizens,
control entire counties and sometimes

decide state elections; nevertheless,
they, are far more clannish than the
negroes in the matter of defending
their evil doers. It looks to the Star
like the southern negro is becoming
more reasonable than any of these
people. Negroes in this country, and
in nearly every other where they
come in contact with whites, have
three reasons for defending members
of their own race, whether innocent or
guilty. One is the natural disposi-;
tion, which is by the way also strong
iti the whites, who generally side
with each other against people of
other races. Another reason is fear
of a class of whites who are so strong strongly
ly strongly possessed by race prejudice that
they will oppress or even kill a negro
just because he is a negro, whether
innocent or guilty. Another is that
peaceable, law-abiding negroes are
often at the mercy of the lawless of
their own race, and fear reprisal if
they give a criminal up to justice.
White, people on their side have been
irritated by the abolitionists and
other people of their type who have
preached social intermingling and
equality. It would be a very great
calamity to both races to wipe out the
color line Everywhere it has been
tried between whites and negroes,
Chinese, Malays or any other dark
race it has resulted in the mental,
moral and physical degradation of
both races. In many parts of. the
South in the last twenty years there
have grown up negro communities
which have tried to build a strong,
healthy, intelligent social system of
their own. The results have proven

that this is the best way. If it keeps
on growing, the negroes will in a
decade or so become a self-reliant,
self-respecting race, helping the
whites in all good works and receiv receiving
ing receiving their help and confidence in re return.
turn. return. If that state of affairs ever be becomes
comes becomes prevalent,- Ocala can be con congratulated
gratulated congratulated on having done its part in
the work. It is everlastingly to the
credit of the white man whenever he
tries to help the men and women of a
weaker race in their struggle to im improve
prove improve themselves. t ;
IMPROVEMENTS AT
THE MARIANNA SCHOOL

UNNECESSARY TO
WEAR UNIFORMS

(Marianna Times-Courier)
This is an age of progress, but in no
place or institution is progress so
greatly manifested as in the Florida
Industrial School for Boys. This in institution,
stitution, institution, the causeof so much un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant notoriety throughout the
state, is now on a level with the finest
institution of its kind anywhere
throughout the country. Modern and
up-to-date in its teachings and mode
of discipline, it is also a home in the
truest sense of the word to th lads
who for one reason orv another have
come under its' rare. The present
splendid condition has been brought
about through the earnest desire and
efforts of the superintendent, Dr. F.
E. McClane, and Mr. M. A. Garrard,
assistant to Dr. McClane. The entire
staff is composed of trained and effic efficient
ient efficient men, who give to their work a
keen personal interest that is ines inestimable
timable inestimable in its beneficial results to the
school and the state at large.
On June 13th the white boys were
given the treat of their young lives.
They hiked to Blue Springs, where a
camp was established, and there they
remained until the cool of- the evening
two days later, when they returned to
the school.- The camp was made on
the bluff overlooking the beautiful
springs. Magnificent oaks gave
ample protection from the sun in the
day, and clean blankets made com comfortable
fortable comfortable bed3 at night. The boys were
allowed to bathe in the spring and the
joy this afforded them was a pleasure
to behold. They brought healthy ap appetites
petites appetites to substantial meals, which
they had themselves prepared, and
the task of washing dishes was turn turned
ed turned into a game when the blue basin
of Blue Springs became the dishpan.
A finer bunch could not be found any anywhere
where anywhere than this crowd of young fel fellows
lows fellows who are responding to the call
to their honor, upon which Dr. Mc McClahe
Clahe McClahe is placing them. ;
The lads made the hike from the
school to Blue Springs, a distance of
nine miles, in from two to two arid a
half hours, and the fact that the day
following there was no stiffness or
aching joints in young bodies shows
conclusively ?: that exercise of the
proper sort is being carried on in the
school. These boys are receiving
training that not only tends to de develop
velop develop the body, making it fit for in industrials
dustrials industrials demands, but that broadens
and develops the mind, thus making
for a better future citizenry
It is indeed gratifying to know
that the boys of Florida who must
come under a state institution, have
such excellent training as the Florida
Industrial School for boys affords
under its present splendid manage management.
ment. management. .'''

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PHONE 108
or 243
for
FRESH MEAT
and
GROCERIES
Prompt Delivery
MAIN STREET
MARKET

CFJDEnTAIiERS and EUDAUIEnS
PHONES 47. 12 u r:3

It seems to be the impression of a

good many of our returned soldiers
and sailors that they are expected to

wear their uniforms at the celebra celebration
tion celebration to be given for them Thursday

evening, and as the weather is hot
and all the uniforms except the white

suits of the sailors would be very un

comfortable, this idea may keep a

number of them away.

It is not necessary for the boys to
wear their uniforms unless they want
to. They will be just as welcome in
their shirtsleeves as any other way.
They are to wear just whatever they

please. The people want them all to

come and to be as comfortable as pos

sible. It is going to be a family af

fair, without any fuss and feathers.

So, come along, boys; in your uni

forms if you want to and in your

civics if you would rather.

All our readers in the country who
see this article will please pass the
word to all the soldiers and sailors

they see or can send word to, that

they are desired here Thursday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, and that they are to wear

whatever they please.
COUNTY OWNERSHIP

OF THE FAIR

Editor Star: Did you ever know a

board of county commissioners to at

tend to their duties fully. It is prac

tically an impossibility for them to

do it. Then why add to their respon

sibilities by giving them a fair to

run ? Do you want any more of your
money wasted? Do you want your

taxes raised? Do you not think that
the county commissioners will be bet better
ter better employed by devoting their sur

plus energy and time to improving

our roads, now generally neglected,
and to seeing that the thousands, of

dollars wasted, by mismanagement in
handling roads, are saved. I have al always
ways always been opposed to the county eveii
making an -appropriation to the fair.
Any fair not self-sustaining is not
worth having. The fair may possibly
help the business of a few men in
Ocala but do you want to pay for this
in increased taxes? Would you feed
a sick calf for months and years and
let it cost you a hundred dollars to
make a ten dollar cow? Are you go going
ing going to add to your tax burden at the
coming election, or not.
Respectfully, P. H. Nugent.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c; three times, 60c: six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in ad advance.

PERSONAL Those having laundry
work at the Loy Chinese laundry will
please call and get same at once. Jer Jerry
ry Jerry Burnett, tailor, corner Fort King
and South Magnolia "street. 23-3t

WANTED Second 'hand household
furniture. Must be cheap. Address
"Quick Sale," care Star office. 20-6t

LOST Gold filigree pin; diamond
shaped; set with one diamond and
two pearls. Had safety catch. Return
to ; Mrs. O. E. Cox, 326 Qklawaha
Ave. Jhone 406. 30-3t :

WANTED At once, three bushels of

chuf a seed. Carpenter & Robinson,
Montverde, Fla. 20-3t

FOR SALE A Royal typewriter as
good as new; cheap for cash. Ad Address
dress Address "Royal," care Star office. 18-3t
FOR SALE A full-blooded White
Plymouth Rock rooster Phone 121. 6t

ROOMS FOR RENT Large, cool,
comfortable rooms, thoroughly screen screened;
ed; screened; bath room privileges. Rates reas reasonable.
onable. reasonable. Apply to Mrs. A. M. Kichline,
239 Oklawaha avenue. 19

FOR SALE At a sacrifice, register registered'
ed' registered' Duroc Jersey hogs, fine boar and
sow. Apply to C. V. Roberts at Mc Mc-Iver
Iver Mc-Iver & MacKay or at 703 S. Pond St.,
Ocala, Fla. 18-6t

FOR SALE Two wheel Ford trailer,

three mosquito and rainproof folding

camp cots, one buffet. Phone 332. 3t

FOR EXCHANGE Will exchange
152-acre farm in Sussex county, New
Jersey, 48 miles to New York city;
$75 per acre. A. E. Woodcock, Hunt Huntington,
ington, Huntington, New York. 6-12-12t

WANTED Six good "plow hands and
ten men for clearing. Steady work for
satisfactory men at 19 cents per hour.
Pleasant, healthy place and good
treatment. Don't write. Just come and
ask for Mr. Brown and go to work.
Spring Garden Ranch, DeLeon
Springs, Fla. 12-7t

JUST RECEIVED A lot of Patent
Castings that fit all makes of Cooking
Stoves. Send in your order now as I

have a limited amount. Acme Stove

Hospital, 326 North Magnolia St. 29tf

FOR SALE 15-acre farm one mile
from Belle view. Well improved, good
buildings; orange, pear, peach and
other fruit trees. Must sell on ac account
count account of sickness. For particulars,
address C. E. Crandall, R. F. D. A,
Summerfield, Fla. 14-3t

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

OLD FALSE TEETH
Broken or not, I pay $2 to $35 per
set, also highest prices for bridges,
crowns, watches, diamonds, old gold,
silver and platinum. Send now and
receive CASH by return maiL Good3
returned if price is ', unsatisfactory.
BERNER'S FALSE TEETH SPEC SPECIALTY,
IALTY, SPECIALTY, 175 So. Pearl St, Albany, N.

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CURTIS E. BULLOCK

Florida Deputy Modern Woodmen of
America

Who will deliver an address at the

Cooter Pond picnic on the Fourth of

July.
IRVINE

Irvine, June 23. Mrs. W, J. Ed Edwards
wards Edwards and two sons of Ocala, spent
Wednesday and Thursday with Mr.

and Mrs. L. K. Edwards.

Mrs. L. K. Edwards and Mrs. W. J.
Edwards and children and Miss Rubye
Edwards spent Thursday afternoon at

Silver Springs.

Mr. Henry Waits of Gainesville,

was here Friday attending to busi business.
ness. business. Mr. Arling Blitch of Blitchton
spent Friday here visiting friends and
relatives.
Mrs. Eddie Collins and Miss Rober Roberta
ta Roberta Shealy and Roscoe Collins motored
to Sparr Saturday, afternoon.
Mr. George Blitch is spending sev several
eral several days with relatives at Blitchton.
Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Irvine of Or Orange.
ange. Orange. Lake were Saturday visitors.
Mr. Bob Chitty of Flemington was
in our midst Saturday.
Quite a few from here- attended ser services
vices services at Flemington Sunday morning,
Mr. Clarence Chitty of Dunnellon
and Misses Inez and Pauline Collins
and Miss Jennings of Ocala spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Col Collins.
lins. Collins. L. K. Edwards Jr. celebrated his
second birthday Sunday.
Dr.-J. L. Davis motored to Fairfield
Monday, attending to business.
CANDLER
Candler, June 23. A call meeting
Wednesday evening, to the patriotic
citizens of Candler to arrange for a
home coming celebration for our re returned
turned returned soldiers was well attended.
Arrangements were made to have a
picnic supper on the regular picnic

grounds at Smith Lake, .Saturday aft

ernoon, June 21st. The men folks

liberally responded in finances and

service, while the contents of the

ladies' baskets Which made the long

table fairly groan with its weight,
attested to their skill in the culinary

department. The Candler people,

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"liiiiaill-ijL.y.gH'll;

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Six-36

Is all automobile quits 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 average 'quantity' Four price. It also means the
economy cf a sturdy, snootli-runrung car that is easy on tires and
gasoline because it is a true-to-name liht Six.
All automchle that's -what ve said' 114 -inch -wheclbase
Continental motor crsccful sweep of body lines, -with doubla
cowl sxtd stylishly high honeycomb Fedder radiator smartly
tlantlng windshield solid walnut instrument board, front
and rear Spiccr joints Tlrnien bearings.
X7e want to show you this car and tafre you for a ride in it.

s "ftW a Delivered

. Bouvier & Bridges z cala, Flo.

while given to good picnics, excelled
themselves in this one. Ice cream
and iced lemonade were served to the
participants of this occasion. A num num-mer
mer num-mer of the young people finding the
placid waters irresistible, indulged in
a splash party. George Pritchett in
the regular army, and Sergeant Sam
Mathews are expected home later on,
when this occasion is to be repeated.
Mr. Moody of South Carolina, who
has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Marshall for the past week, left
for his home Sunday. Mrs. Moody
will remain for another week.
Mrs. Welch spent part of the past
week" at Weirsdale, visiting her niece,
Miss Nellie Whittington.
Next Sunday morning there will be
services in the Presbyterian church,
by Rev. Gabbard. In the evening,

Rev. S. Lawhon will hold services" in
the Methodist church.
Melon shipping is almost a thing
of the past, for this season.
A heavy downpour Saturday night
was welcomed by the farmers.

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Was made for the ball park.
Kept cold and served chilled,
it is the glory of the grandstand
and the boast cf the bleachers.

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OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 1919

9 eo

conomize mi I tie tiitciiee

By having us sen dto
your home one of our handy
kitchen cabinets. They
mean the saving of hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of steps a day, besides
keeking your food out of the
paths of roaches, ants and
other pests that are prone
to make theiriabiding place
Jn the kitchen when the op opportunity
portunity opportunity offers. When you
have a cabinet you always

know where to find your cooking utensils, as well as
you? cooking ingredients, such a sugar, coffee, spices,
etc. The festive roach is abroad at this season of the
year. Buy a Kitchen Cabinet and fool him.

fWlTTOTC1

11 MMm

N. Magnolia St.

Ocala, Florida

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Blow Is Tlie Time To'

dp Us Give Yoii Gcofl Service

We need your help during this hot weather. Everybody is calling
for prompt service everybody needs OUR ICE.
Do your chare be sure that the ice man is not delayed at your
home- have the ice money or the coupon ready when he comes
make it as easy for us to serve your neighbor as you want us to
serve you. .V, v

We know jrou will help us thank you.

eala Ice PacMirag C.

OCALA OCCMffi

If you have any society items for

the Star, please phone five-two-three.

We are sorry to learn of the sick-

ness ox Bliss uessie wneistone.

Another shipment of the famous

Alma Zada Face Powder in at Ceng's

Drug Store. 28-tf

The friends of Miss Lydia Dozier

will regret to hear that she is ill.

Mr. M. M. Little has just returned

from Jacksonville, where he went to

attend to some business.

A big supply of Beggarweed and

Sornhum Seed now on hand at the

Ocala Seed Store. Phone 435. tf-

his favorite hangout, the Star office.
Bart has been in Tallahassee, where

experienced printers are always at

premium during the sessions of the

legislature, and was on his way back

to the fairyland amid the hills and
j lakes of Lake county.

The ladies of the Presbyterian

church held their monthly silver tea
at the residence of Mrs. Thomas Sex Sexton
ton Sexton yesterday afternoon. The rooms
were attractively decorated, verbenas

being used in the hall, where Mrs. W.
A. Wilds and Miss Mary McDowell

greeted the callers. Mrs. J.'R. Hern-

don and Mrs. W. W. Condon received

in the parlor. The dining room, which
had for its decoration bright Shasta
daisies, was presided over by Mrs.

W. P. Preer, while Misses Virginia
Beckham, Loureen Spencer and Lucile

Gissendaner served. Although the

weather was unpropitious for calling,

a neat sum was realized.

Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Lane, who are No aDDetite? Then take a bottle of

spending the summer at the lake, PEPTONA. Only one dollar at Gene's

Drug Store. 28-tf

were in town yesterday for -the day.

Messrs. L. H. Pillans, J. P. Phillips,

L. W. Duval and B. H. Clark went to

Crystal River this mornine on a fish-

ing trip.

A postcard from Hot Springs

brings the good news that Mrs. Mc-

Iver and daughter, Miss Frances, are
enjoying themselves greatly at that

TQ Try mi a -roorr anrf HTct MnTtra. u

Ane preiwesi. most sanitary comus vwrmo. W hHh Mi-

and brushes to be found are those McIver retum tQ 0cala 'about
white ivory ones just received at the jw 1Bf w..i,5 Wo Wo.-

Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 20-6t

Word has been received from Mrs.
M M. Little and family, who are now
at Monteagle, Tenn., that they are

having a most delightful, time.

Those pretty and serviceable lawn

swings are now selling lor only $7 at

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

TV

See.

PERi

li liiMrsoay

FANCY STRIPE

36 inches wide.
Colors light blue, pink, laveni
black. An unusual opportunity-'
in a supply of good goods at an asi
ing low price

at

twill remain at Hot Sprines for sev

eral weeks longer.

You can get no more satisfaction

and genuine comfort out of a piece of I

furniture than one of our lawn
swings. Only a few left and they are
now selling for $7 each. E. C Jordan

& Company. Ocala. It

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We Close Thursday Afternoon. So Come Eai

nMi

J UL-f ILJy 1 V 111

Lieut. Hum D. Mcintosh is now Miss tloise Henry, who attended

back in "God's country." He is sta- tne Ionda College for Women at

tioned at Camp Grant, 111. All of his Tallahassee, is entertaining a house
friends are glad he is in the good old party at her parents home on Lake

U. S. A. acrain. Weir this week, her guests being

some of her collegemates from diner-

A light, valve-in-head Oakland Six. ent parts of the state. The party Is

five-passenger car, absolutely perfect chaperoned by Mrs. u. W. Henry.

condition in every respect. A bargain.

R. R. Carroll, Ocala. 24-6t Let us name you prices on pint,

Fonanadl Bead

Inn IBedFOOMn

Miss Louise Rentz of West Florida
i3 the guest of Miss Agnes Burford.
Miss Rentz is on her way to Lake

Weir, where she is one of the mem

bers of Miss Eloise Henry's house

party.

Call phone 417 and get our prices
on vegetable tins, all sizes. Clarkson

Hardware Co. 20-9t

The Star's long-time friend, Bart
Corley of Leesburg, veteran printer
and efficient linotype operator, was in
town Monday, and of course visited

Unusual Experience of Georgia Lady

Which Created Sensation
Last Wednesday nierht. Mrs. Julia

quart and half -gallon Mason fruit Brown, who lives in Georgia near the

jars, any craantity. Clarkson Hard-1 Florida line, found about fifty mala-

ware CO. .rhone 417. ZU-9t iriai mosquitoes ueau in ner uturuum.

She was very much surprised, upon

i t.i a.: t i i u ,r. l

Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Ketchum left Ul e fc V w' ViT t

early this morning for New York. tVi aftpmnnn hfnro dv her

Ihey are making the trip in their car son. "Torment" is a new preparation

and are accompanied by Mrs. Ket- put out by the G. B. Williams Com

chum's niece, Miss Grace Palmer and pany, Quitman, Georgia, and is creat-

Miss Catherine Henrv. who will leave mg quite a sensation all over the

tfcA nrfv v wvAM1 1 South. It is deadly to flies, mosqui

they will be guests of relates. ltti

will not soil elothinr nnr furnitiirp

Nineteen seventeen Dodge, first- and is 'absolutely harmless to human

class condition. Lots of extra equip-1 beings. "Torment' 'is put up in 25c.

ment. A bargain. The Maxwell Aeen- bottles. Sold by dealers every

Schedule ol

SHWSPfflNGS-OGALA BOS

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Comfortable Bus Will Unlil, Furllier Notice
Run Between Ocala and Silver Springs c::
Sundays and Thursdays on ilie folloivinu
Schedule Leaving Ocala from Court House

Thursday'
Lv. Ocala
1:30 P. 51...
3:30 P. 51 : ..
5:30 P. 51
7:30 P. 51...
9:30 P. 51 :

Schedule
Lv. Silver Spgs.
... 2:00 P. 51.
... 4:00 P. 51.
... 7:00 P. 51.
... 8:00 P. 51.
...10:00 P. 51.

Sunday's Schedule
Lv. Ocala Lv. Sihcr
9 'Art 1 ." T
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1:30 P. 31. 4:C3 P.
3:30 P. 51 7:00 I.

5:30
9:30

P.
P.

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31..

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.10:00

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where. Adv.

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300,000 Maxwells; th

grow

letter

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iranmoers inniMiaipiy

1IKE an artist who paints a picture, or a man
j in business, the Maxwell improves "with each
day's output
Gradual, almost invisible to the man at tiie forge
or in the accounting office but certain as the rising
of the sun, there's an improvement well nigh daily.
There have been five years of making this
Maxwell better and better, and the basic design has
never changed once in that time;
At one time the Maxwell was known only as a
hill-climber. Again it gained attention through its
work in rough country. Then it earned a reputa reputation
tion reputation on economy. But gradually it became better
and better spoken of for its enduring, everlasting
reliability.
That kind of reliability that doesn't burn your
pocketbook with repair bills, that knows no task too
difficult, that never complains of old age, that gives
you about as much trouble as a pair of shoes, that
travels on a very small gas appetite.
300,000 of them are in use throughout the world.
In those sections of the world where few cars
make good, there you will find the Maxwell often
the dominating car. v
The 300,000th Maxwell is the same basic car as
Maxwell No. 1. No changes in design but many
improvements.
There's no doubt it's a better car today. Nearly
300 000 of one model has its obvious effects.

ip

More miles fer gallon
Jftrr miles on tire

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Carroll, Ocala, Fla.

It will be of interest to those who

saw tne picture, "The Fallen idol.

starring Evelyn Nesbit, at the Tem Temple
ple Temple Saturday night, to know that it

was made in Miami, several persons

m the audience recognizing the seen seen-ery.
ery. seen-ery.

There will be hot rolls and hot cin

namon buns. Just follow the crowd, tl

The Butternut Bread turned out
her is acknowledged the best ever.
3Iade entirely by machinery and a
more sanitary product was never pro produced.
duced. produced. Carter's Bakery. 21-tf

Lawn swings $7.
Company, Ocala.

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There will be hot rolls end hot
namon buns. Just follow the crov,

We are showing a fine line of

Bathing Caps. See them before buy

ing. Uerig's Drug tSore. 28-tf

Miss Delia Livingston will leave

the first part of next week with her
aunt, Mrs. Delia Kitching, for New

xorK. iney win go via boat with a

party of young people. Miss Living

ston will go especially for the purpose

of studying music in New York city.

Dr. Harry C. Dozier announces his

return from the army and he can be
found at his old offices in the Lanier
Robertson building on Magnolia

street. Office phone 41, residence

phone 69. 17-12t

Mrs. u. u. irezevant, who is re

membered as the charming guest of

her sister, Mrs. Edward Morgan last

winter, passed through the city yes

terday on her way to Petersboro, N.

H where she will attend the Na

tional Musical Convention.1

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Whether you use glass or tin for

canning purposes, see us beiore lay laying
ing laying in your season's supplies. Clark

son Hardware Co. Phone 417. 20-9t

Mrs. W. V. Newsom and daughter.

Helen, yesterday from Miami, where

they spent the winter with Mrs. J. B.

Hiers. Mrs. Newsom is expecting

her son, George W. Newsom, who has

arrived from overseas, at any time.

A big supply of Beggarweed and

Sorghum Seed now on hand at the

Ocala Seed Store. Phone 435. tf

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Anyone desiring to contribute to
the supper being arranged for the
soldiers Thursday night can leave
their donations at the Board of Trade

room any time after one o'clock
Thursday. Sandwiches, 'cakes, salad,
deviled eggs, flowers or money will be

equally acceptable.

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

Mr. Raiford Simmons and little

Miss Virginia Grimes, who has been

the guest of her grandfather for thfe

past ten days, left yesterday for the

little girl's home in Statesboro, Ga.

Ladies, your toilet set is incomplete

without one of those pretty white
ivory hand mirrors we have just re

ceived. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 6c
The committee of ladies in charge
of the supper for the soldiers is meet

ing with the success the cause merits,

but donations are still solicited, and
can be left at the Board of Trade

rooms after one o'clock Thursday.
HOUSE AND SIDE

WALK CONSTRUCTION

Having been permanently relieved
from service in the army, I am now
prepared to accept contracts for build building
ing building work, either house or sidewalk. In
fact, cement sidewalk construction is
my long suit. JOHN THOMSON,
21-8t : S. Orange St Ocala, Fla,

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Largely 'by reason of the manner in
which carbonic add gas is combined
and liberated.

In sodas and charged waters carbonic
acid gas is impregnated under a very
high pressure, and escapes before the
drink is taken into the system.
In Schlitz Famo carbonic acid is com combined
bined combined with extractive substances, and
from these substances it is gradually
liberated in the stomach thereby
utilizing all the beneficial properties
and precluding any tendency to
flatulence.

Schlitz Famo is a worth-while cereal
beverage, non-intoxicating, healthful
and satisfying. Good and good for you.
On sale wherever soft drinks
are sold. Order a case from

Thones209 &92 -Moses
GrocerjoT

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There will be hot rolls and hot cin cinnamon
namon cinnamon buns. 'Just follow the crowd.
LATEST LOCALS
Miss Brooks of Lake Weir was in
the city today shopping. i
Mrs. C. W. Hunter has returned
from her viist to Jacksonville.
Miss Mary Marshall, who since her
return to this country from hospital
duty overseas, has been visiting her
sister in Wheeling, W. Va., is expect expected
ed expected in the city the latter part of the
week and will be the guest of Mrs.
S. P. Hdllinrake for a week before re resuming
suming resuming her work at the Marion Coun County
ty County Hospital, interrupted by the war.
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Ford roadster in first. class condi condition.
tion. condition. The Maxwell Agency, Ocala. tf
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i Without glasses
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Just in, Lord Baltimore Paper in all
colors, 60 cents the box at Gerigs
Drug Store. r 28-tf
Miss Blair Woodrow is one of the
members of Miss Eloise Henry's
house party at Lake Weir.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer DeCamp are
now occupying one of the Haycraf t
cottages on Tuscawilla street.
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c'r would come
There will be hot rolls and hot cin cinnamon
namon cinnamon buns. Just follow the crowd, tf
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Mr. C. B. Wheeler is expected iii
the city the latter part of the -week
to join Mrs. Wheeler, who has been
the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. K
Dewey during her husband's absence
in New York city. They will then pro proceed
ceed proceed to their home in Miami, making
the trip in their car.
SELECT YOUR BRANCH
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Girls, come and see those pretty
white ivory powder puff boxes we
have just received. Anti -Monopoly
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the Star want ads for results.

When You Want
First Class
PRESSING CLUB
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We call for your work and
make prompt return delivery..
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AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
-Co charg? for delivery of caskets anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM II. PYLES JK
Licensed Embalniers

Iiono 10 night Phones 225 or 423

Drug Store. 20-6t
. Mrs. H. B. CI rkson returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a tn days' visit to her
daughter, Mrs. 1 Villard Blood.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Waterman and
little daughter returned last night
from a week spent most pleasantly

at Daytona Beach.

Ambrosia Ice Cream,
Made in Orlando.

Miss Annie Sharpe of Atlanta, who
is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. McCly McCly-monds,
monds, McCly-monds, will go to Lake Weir tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for a few days' visit to Mrs.
Georgev MacKay.
Mrs. Annie Van Deman returned
today from Salt Springs, aftera de delightful
lightful delightful month's stay. She will leave
within a few days for Asheville, N. C,
where she will join Mrs. Fred King
of Jacksonville for the summer.

Eastman Kodaks aud Films to be
had in Ocala only at Gerig's Drug
Store. 28-tf

A party of young, men, including
Messrs. Brittain, Otis Green, James
and Bob Chace, Charles Cullen and
others are going to Lake Weir today
with tents and other impedimenta
necessary for a several days' camp.
Mrs. Dempsey Mayo returned yes

terday from Fayetteville, N. C,

where she has been visiting her hus husband
band husband for the past three months. It
will probably be sometime before Mr.
Mayo returns home as he is now with
a permanent army camp in Fayette Fayetteville.

A.M N Q U FJ C E. M E M T 2
Wc 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 ir3 and will be pleased .to see his friends
I '.-re when they want FRESH MEATS, GREEN GROCERIES,
I ED, ETC. Free delivery to any part of town.

W. II. Geerling & Son.
Phone 279

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AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING
Our facilities for repairing all
makes of automobiles are complete.
Whether your car is in need of a gen general
eral general overhauling or only minor re repairing
pairing repairing we can do it at a very reason reasonable
able reasonable price ,and we guarantee satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction in every instance. We thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly wash up your car free after
making repairs.

rvice Station for Moon, Maxwell, OPEN 6 A. M. to 10 P. M.
:h:crs and Oakland Cars.

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rS GARAGE

Ft. King Ave. and S. Magnolia St.
Phone 516, Ocala, Fla.

W. K. Lane, M. D., Phydd&n ft&d
Surgeon, specialist Eye Ear, Nose find
Threat. Law Library ;BcIMiag, "Ocala,
Florida. : tf

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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR LETTERS PATENT

Notice is hereby -given that on the
4th day of August, 1919, the -undersigned
will atmly to the governor of

the state of Florida for letters ipatent

to Issue on the following iproposea

charter.

TL C. JONES.
J. C. IiANIER.
, H. C. WIliLJAMS.

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Gloving, Packing
Live Stock.
Pianos,
rIccliinery and
"Furniture,
FIRE PROOF
STORAGE

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have first class trucks with competent drivers, and cur

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:i;irr.ent will move you complete no matter what you possess

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PROPOSED CHARTER OF OCALA
AUTO & GARAGE COMPANY
ARTICLE L
. 'Name jif.'".
The name of this corporation shall
ibe OOALiA AUTO & GARAGE COM COMPANY,
PANY, COMPANY, v Its jpriiwrrpal "place of (business
shall 'be tn Ocala, silarion county, iFlor iFlor-ida,
ida, iFlor-ida, tbut it may establish such other
Tilace or places of business, either wlth wlth-n
n wlth-n or without the state of Florida, as
it may deem proper.
ARTIQliE It
Daslne0

The nature of the businesses to be
transacted iby this corporation are as

loiiows:

To buy. sell, exchange and otherwise

deal in. automobiles, trucks and all

kinds of anotor or other vehicles:

To ibuy, sell and otherwise deal in all

automobile supplies ami accessories,

tools and equipment:

To repair and equip automobiles,
motor trucks or other vehicles, and do

and perform all services Incident or

proper in the conduct of a garage:

To conduct a general mercantile 'bus

iness or businesses:

And to do all other things usual,
necessary or proper to "be done in con

nection with any or ail or the cm si
xtesses aforesaid.
ARTICLE III.
Capital Stock

The amount of capital stock of this

corporation shall be Twenty Thousand

($2U,0Q0.0G) Dollars, divided into Two
Hundred shares of the .par value of

One Hundred ($100.00) sDollars each.

All or any part of such capital stock
may be paid in cash or In property,
labor or .services, at a just valuation to

fbe fixed by the directors at a meeting

to be cauea ior sucn a purpose.
ARTIVXiE IV. V
Term

The term for which this corporation

shall exist is ninety-nine years.
ARTICLE V.
.Officers

The -business of this corporation shall

be conducted by a president, a vice

president, a secretary, a treasurer and

a board, -or directors to be elected a&

nually. The directors shall toe elected

by the stockholders at the annual
stockholders' meeting-, and the other

officers shall be elected 4y the direc

tors at their first meeting: after each

annual stockholders meeting.

Such board of directors shall consist
of not less than three nor more than

nine persons.

The office of secretary 'and treasurer
of said corporation may "be held ty one

and the same person.

Annual meetlngrs of this corporation

snail be held on the last Tuesday in
August of each year, and the first an

nual meeting; shall be held Tuesday,

August Z6U1, 1913.

The following; officers shall conduct
the business of this corporation until

the first "meeting of the stockholders or

until their successors shall be. qualified:

i'resMent, u. Williams.
Vice President, J. C. Lanier.

Secretary and Treasurer. H. C. Jones.

Board of Directors, H. C Jones, J. C

lanier ana t. w imams.
'ARTXVUE VI.
Indebtedness

Tiie highest amount of indebtedness

to which this corporation can at any
time subject Itself shall be Twenty

xnousana (zu.uuu.oo) dollars.
ARTIVLjE VIL
Subscribers

The names, places of residence and
the amount of capital stock subscribed
by each of the subscribers are as fol

lows:,

H. C. Jones, Ocala, Florida, 40 shares.
J. C. Lanier. Ocala, Florida, 20 shares.
11. C. Williams, Ocala, Florida, 20

shares.

Uncle Sam Wants Brave and Husky
Young Men for His Army

Recruiting Station, U. S. Army,

Ocala, Fla., June 21st, 1919.
Now, men, what do you want?

Name it and the chances are you can

have it. Where do you want to go?

Do you want to see some foreign

land?
France and the Rhine ( 50,000 go
insr right away).

Panama, Philippine Islands, China,

Hawaiian Islands, Alaska.

Men are wanted for certain
branches of the service in each of the
above named countries. You can go

anywhere you choose, provided the
branch vou select is open at that

place.

What branch of the service do you

like the best? Infantry, medical de

partment, cavalry, field artillery,
coast artillery, ordnance department,

signal corps, quartermaster corps,

corps of engineers, veterinary corps,
motor transport corps, tank corps,

air service, balloon corps, construction

corps.
You can select the branch of ser
vice you like. You can enlist for for

eign service if you like. This means
extra pay. What sort of an education

do you want? What useful trade

would you like to learn? Well, men,
in the air service alone there are
forty-one skilled trades, and in some
of the other branches there are still
more. You can learn almost any

trade you wish, and quit with money

in the bank and an absolute livelihood
in your brain and at the end of your
fingertips; provided, of course, you

want to do these things. Call at the
recruiting station in the postoflice
building for any information you
would like to know about the army
and it will be cheerfully given you.
Think it over, young men, as it is a

great life, uorporal J. G. O'Brien,
Recruiting Station, U. S. Army

A light, valve-in-head Oakland Six,

five-passenger car, absolutely perfect

condition in every respect. A bargain.

R. R. Carroll, Ocala. 24-6t

Music the Word of Germany.

Music is the word of Germany. The

German people, so much curbed as a

nation, so emancipated as thinkers.

sing with a soimber delight. To sing.

seems a deliverance from bondage.
Music expresses that which cannot be
said, and which cannot be suppressed.

Therefore ls! Germany all music In an

tlclpatlon of the times when she shall

be all freedom. Victor Hugo.

c the cityYth Hemming Park for a front yard."
convenience roorsu Dining room service is
Ticzn ?1.50 psr dzy person to ?6.

ISAVANAUGHy.

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STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF 'MARION.

I hereby certify that before me per personally
sonally personally came H. C Jones, J. C Lanier
and H. X Williams, to me .well known

to be the persona .who subscribed their

names to the lore going- proposed char charter,
ter, charter, and that each of them acknowl acknowledged
edged acknowledged -to me that tie executed said in instrument
strument instrument for the purposes therein ex expressed
pressed expressed and that he subscribed for the
amount of capital stock set opposite
his name.
I further certify that my commission
expires on the 17tn day of April. 1923.
Vitnes3 my hand and official seal at
O.-ala, Florida, this 2Ut day of June,
ViYi. '-r joirxrow
5-21-tues -'Notary -Pufcllc-

Nineteen seventeen Dodge, first

class condition. Lots of extra equip

ment. A bargain. The Maxwell Agen

cy, Ocala. tf

RAILROAD SCHEDULES

Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar

anteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)

SEABOARD All LINE RAILROAD

Leave
5:20 am Jacksonville-New York
1:55 pm Jacksonville
4:05 pm Jacksonville

2:15 am Tampa-Manatee-

St. Petersburg Petersburg-1:50
1:50 Petersburg-1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee

4:25 pm Tampa-t. Petersburg

Arrive

2:10 am
1:20 pm
4:25 pm
2:15 am

1:35 pm

4:05 pm

ATLANTIC COAST LUIE RAILROAD

Leave Arrive

2:12 pm Jcksonville-New York 2:15 am.
1:45 pm. Jksonv!lle-G'l&esville 3:35 pm.
8:42 am. Jksonville-a,nesTllle 10:13 pm.

3:15 am, St. Pe tbrg-Lakeland 2:12 atu.

3:35 pm St. Pet'aburg-Lakeland 1:25 pm

7:10 am. uunneiion-vvucox

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

5:25 pm. Homosassa 1:35 pm.

10:13 pm. leesbursr :z am.

4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am.

Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.

G0L1B SAGE TEA !!i

FADED OB GRAY HAIR

If Mixed with Sulphur it Darkens

io liatnrally Nobody
can TelL

Grandmother kept her hair beautifully
darkened, glossy and attractive with a
brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur. When Whenever
ever Whenever her hair took on that dull, faded or

streaked appearance, this simple mixture
was applied with wonderful effect. By
asking at any drug store for "Wyeth'a

Sage and Sulphur Compound, you will
get a large bottle of this old-time recipe,
improved by the addition of other ingred ingredients,
ients, ingredients, all ready to use, for about 50 cents.

This simple mixture can be depended
upon to restore natural color and beauty

to the hair.
A well-known downtown druggist says
everybody uses Wyeth'a Sage and Sul Sulphur
phur Sulphur Compound now because it darkens
so naturally and evenly that nobody can
tell it has been applied it's so easy to
use, too. You. simply dampen a comb or
soft brush and draw it through your hair,
taking one strand at a time. By morning
the gray hair disappears; after another
application or two, it is restored to its
natural color and looks glossy,' soft and
beautiful. This preparation is a delight delightful
ful delightful toilet requisite. It is not intended for
the cure, mitigation or prevention of dim dim-ease.

BANISH that scorching thirst joy joyfully,
fully, joyfully, completely with refresh refreshing,
ing, refreshing, delicious Orange-Crush.
Orange-Crush is made from the
fruit oil, pressed from fresh ripe
oranges, and such other wholesome
ingredients as pure granulated

sugar, carbonated water and citric
acid, which is a natural acid found
in oranges, lemons and grapefruit.
We heartily recommend Orange Orange-Crush
Crush Orange-Crush for the home. Order a case
today. Obtainable wherever soft
drinks are sold.

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UNCLASSIFIED ADS.

FOR SALE One 1916 Chevrolet
touring car in good shape. New tires.

Frice $300 cash. Auto Sales Co., Mack
Taylor. Phone 348. 24-6t

WANTED- A second hand bicycle.
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musz De in good condition and reason reasonable
able reasonable in price. Address "J. W." care
Star office. 24-3t
.Ford roadster in first class condi

tion. The Maxwell Agency, Ocala. tf

L' 'European plan. Hot and cold running
waef each. room, right in shopping

. Main and Adams Streets
S .ooma by day. Single, f 1 and $1.50
Private Btos J 130 and $2M

Two Dodge touring cars for sale at
bargains. The Maxwell Agency, tf

DR. G. A. H. ED7LlISTOri
Veterinary Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phon3 501. OSce Phone 123
Oca1 a, Florida.

Ii. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the r!oncy than any other
contractor In th- city.

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PRICES TO THE BONE. We must have7room for our new fall and winter goods.

A CUT CASE SALE
Come see and examine the goods.

SHOES.! SEKDI2S! SHOES I

40C.

Men, Women and Children's Rubber Sole Shoes

per pair

Ladies' and Misses' Gun metal and Patent leather f I IT
Pumps, per pair ylilO
All our Men, Women and Children Dress nyj pjjjn

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Don't buy your hat until you see us
BIG CUT OH PALM BEACH SUITS FOR f.lEil ID BOYS

SraHTS and WAISTS
A Big Cut on Silk Skirts and Silk Waists

All our E & W linen collars
for Men & boys in this sale

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Baick Six at a bargain. Apply at
the Harwell Agency, Ocala. tf

Ladies' House Dresses worth $2.25 Q QQ
in this Sale at . yl.Uu

Ladies Long Kimonas in this Sale
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Big Lot of Boys Summer Pants at COST
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