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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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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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EVENING

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Weather Forecast: Showers prob probably
ably probably tonight and Saturday.

TEUTONS M
SIGN TOMORROW
If They Graciously Condescend to Do
So, Mr. Wilson May Start
for America
(Associated Press)
Paris, June 27. No official an announcement
nouncement announcement had been made up to noon
regarding the time for the ceremony
of signing the peace treaty. Ar Arrangements
rangements Arrangements for the event are pro proceeding
ceeding proceeding on the understanding it will
occur at 3 p. m. Saturday. The coun council
cil council of four is in session this morning
perfecting plans for the signature. If
the signing occurs as contemplated,
President Wilson plans to sail at noon
Sunday.
BADE CORRESPONDENTS GOOD GOODBYE
BYE GOODBYE Paris, June 27. Plans were com completed
pleted completed by the council of four today for for-signing
signing for-signing the peace treaty Saturday
afternoon. No official statement, how however,
ever, however, vas issued by the council. Pres President
ident President Wilson received the American
correspondents at the Hotel De Cril Cril-lon
lon Cril-lon this afternoon. The president said
his f ood-byes to them.
WERE ON THEIR WAY
Coblenz, June 27. Foreign Secre
tary Mueller and Colonial Secretary
Bell, the two German peace delegates,
passed through Cologne on their way
to Versailles this morning, a tele telephone
phone telephone message from Cologne report reported.
ed. reported. DO THEY?
Coblenz, June 27 A Berlin dis dispatch
patch dispatch to Coblenz newspapers says
the German delegates understand
they are to sign the peace treaty at
3 o'clock Saturday afternoon.
HUNGARY
TAKES
WHIRL
ANOTHER
Berne, June 27. A counter revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary movement in Hungary during
which a monitor on the Danube was
seized has ben put down according to
advices to the Vienna correspondent
bureau from Budapest.
BECOMING WORSE
Berne, June 27. The general sit situation
uation situation in Germany has become stead steadily
ily steadily more serious, according to latest
reports. A strike of railroad men is
about to extend throughout the whole
country. A counter revolution seems
to be brewing in the east and the
news is increasingly alarming.
ATTENTION, MOTOR
.--.- CLUB MEMBERS
Secretary R. S. Rogers of the Ocala
Motor Club requests that all mem members
bers members who have had checks handed to
them recently for membership to
.phone him in order that he may prop properly
erly properly look after the matter and secun
emblems and membership cards from
headquarters for these new members.
Mr. Rogers also states that Ocala
needs to make the best showing possi-
' ble at this time in view of the big
publicity which in being .given us fres
. by the state association in the next is
sue of "The Florida Motorist."
. Please notify Mr. Rogers as to who
has given you checks, and who has
asked you about membership in the
motor club. Mr. Rogers phone is
No. 481.
BURBANK
Burbank, June 26. Mrs. H. I. Tur
ner entertained a few relatives at
dinner Thursday in honor of her hus
band's birthday.
Friday evening Mr. Raymond Tur
ner entertained a small number in
honor of Miss Gertrude Judae of
Jacksonville. Dancing was partici
pated in during the evening.
Rev. Rogers preached here Sunday
to a large audience, considering the
hot weather. V
Mr. and Mrs M. D. L. Graham, Mr.
and Mrs. Barton Walker, Mr. and
Mrs. FM. Chaffee, Miss Ruth Chaffee
and Mr. Raymond Turner enjoyed a
trip to Silver Springs Sunday.
Miss Alice Gooding McKim was
suend the day euest of Miss Ola
Waterman Tuesday.
Mrs, Tourtellot spent several days
in Ocala last week.
Mr. Gerald Bogue of PalatKa is
here to spend his vacation with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bogue.
Mis3 Ruth Chaffee was in Ocala
shopping Monday.
. Mr. Donald Hitchcock left Saturday
for Jacksonville, where he expects to
remain for some time.
Our buyer has just returned from
New York. Watch for new goods in
many lines. THE BOOK SHOP. 27-3
Whether you use glass or tin for
canniner purposes, see us before lay
ing in your season's supplies. Clark
son Hardware Co. Phone 417. ZO-St

GOING TO ADVISE

ITH GIBSON
President Wilson Wants to Investi Investigate
gate Investigate Condition of Jews
in Poland
(Associated Press)
Washington, June 27. President
Wilson has advised the Senate thru
the state department he is consider considering
ing considering sending another commission to
Poland to investigate the Jewish mas
sacres. He said a decision would be
reached after his conference with
Hugh Gibson, minister to Poland.
ALL IN A CHUNK
Washington, June 27. The House
juddiciary committee today voted to
report all prohibition enforcement
legislation in one general bill. The
war-time enforcement measure will
be part one.
FINAL APPROVAL
Washington, June 27. Final ap approval
proval approval was given by Congress to the
repeal of the daylight saving law in
the adoption of the conference report
on the annual agricultural appropria appropriation
tion appropriation bill to which the measure was at attached.
tached. attached. The bill contains amendments
providing for labelling as well as in inspection
spection inspection of horse meat.
POLITICS IN THE STATE
BOARD OF HEALTH
An Open Letter from Representative
. Phillips to Governor
Catts
Lake City, June 25. W: W. Phil Phillips,
lips, Phillips, representative to the Florida
legislature from Columbia county, to today
day today issued the following open letter
to Governor Catts relative to the
state board of health muddle:
Gov. Sidney J. Catts. Tallahassee,
Fla. Sir: I' have read with a degree
of interest your communication ad addressed
dressed addressed to the supreme court asking
their advice as to your powers in re
gard to the state health officer,
I have also noted with another de degree
gree degree of interest your actions in re-
j gard to the same subject.
Unjust to Friday
Again, I have read your man Fri
day's (Frecker) action in removing
Dr. Cox as state health officer.
Ordinarily these events would not
in the least interest me, for I assure
you that insofar as I am concerned,
it matters not to me who holds these
positions, as long as they are compe-
ent and honest men, and let me make
it plain to you in the very beginning
hat neither of these gentlemen, Cox
nor Frecker, are my personal friends,
but merely men with whom person
ally I have only a slight acquaintance.
am not interested in them either
from a personal or a political stand standpoint,
point, standpoint, would not condemn nor praise
either unless facts were presented to
make it clear to my mind that one or
the other was in order.
But, governor, I desire to refresh
your memory and perhaps to ask you
a few pertinent questions. Of course
you have the privilege of ignoring
these questions the same as you have
done other recommendations. Eut for
decency's sake, you at least, should be
honest, not only with yourself but
with the people of the state of Flor
ida.
At the extraordinary session of the
legislature, the house appointed a
committee to investigate all1; state in
stitutions and report their findings
and recommendations to rthfc regular
session.
Work of the Committee
It was my lot to be placed as on
member of this committee This com
mittee visited the state institutions,
took testimony under s oath, and at
considerable trouble and expense
made -up their report together with
their recommendation and submitted
them to the house during its regular
session in April and May. These re
ports were accepted by that body and
ordered spread on the journal.
, In our investigation we had before
us Dr. Cox, C. T. Frecker, Dr. Hamb-
lin and Mr. Earnest, all of the state
board of health. Their testimony was
taken under oath, and I personally
asked quite a few questions. I asked
Mr. Frecker, president of the board,
if the friction which existed between
himself and Dr. Cox, the state health
officer, could be reconciled so that the
affairs of the state would not suffer,
and he replied that as far as he was
concerned, they could not. I then
asked him if he thought that Dr. Cox
was competent and he replied, yes, so
far as he could learn.
Frecker Was Fractious
I then asked him what was the
trouble with Dr. Cox, and he said that
he lacked executive ability.
I then reminded him (Frecker) that
the state board of health was a big
ger institution thari any individual.
and that the health of the people
should not be jeopardized by two or

OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1919.

OUT IS
MCiPniifiP
LLUUIIIL
Holland Hears With Pleasure that It
Slay Soon be Rid of
Hohenzollern
(Associated Press)
Berlin, June 27. Former Emperor
William is planning to return to Ger Germany
many Germany before the Entente can demand
his surrender from Holland, accord according
ing according to a Stuttgart dispatch to the
Berliner Zeitung. The dispatch states
that the Dutch government "thor "thoroughly
oughly "thoroughly approves his return, as the
former emperor is an unwelcome
guest."
FRED HASNT FLITTED
The Hague, June 27: Frederick
William Hohenzollern, former Ger-
man crown price, whose escape from
Holland to Germany had been report reported,
ed, reported, was still at his residence on the
Island of Wieringen this morning.
This was officially announced this aft
ernoon.
DUTCH LOOKED HIM UP
The Hague, June 27. The fact
that the former crown prince is still
at Wieringen was disclosed by an of official
ficial official investigation by the Dutch min minister
ister minister of the interior.
PECORD WILL BOSS
THE PUNCHERS
(Associated Press)
Toledo, June 27. OUie Pecord will
be the referee of the Willard-Demp-ley
bout. Tex Rickard and Major
Drexel-Biddle will serve with Pecord
as judges of the contest. Jack Skelly
has been chosen as alternate referee
and Warren Barbour as official time timekeeper.
keeper. timekeeper. Pecord will be in complete charge
of the boxers while they are ir. the
ring. If the contest results in a
knockout he will have sole charge of
the counting. Should the contest go
the limit, the two judges will attempt
to decide the winner, and failing Pe Pecord
cord Pecord will cast the deciding vote.
' JOHN A. LEACH
(Associated Press)
Denver, June 27. John A. Leach,
aged 76, and founder of the Brother Brotherhood
hood Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and En En-ginemen,
ginemen, En-ginemen, died here last night of pleu pleurisy
risy pleurisy THE FOURTH AT ROMEO
The people of Romeo will give
great welcome to their friends on the
Fourth. The excellent program as
printed in the Star will be carried out
in full. Special invitation is extend extended
ed extended to all members of the Modern
Woodmen to be present and meet
their special speaker, Mr. Curtis E.
Bullock of Jacksonville. Messrs. J.
S. Blitch and Van Swearingen, two
other distinguished Floridians, will
also be present.
three men on the board scrapping
among themselves. I again insisted
that he and the. state health officer
adjust their differences so as to pro
mote efficiency in that department
and was again told he would never
harmonize with Dr. Cox.
On my questioning Mr. Earnest, an
other member of the board, his only
kick against the state health officer
was a "lack of executive ability.1
That was as must as he would ever
say. Just where and how Dr. Hamblin
got into the meeting I did not know
nor ask. He would occasionally make
remarks, and I finally asked him the
direct question if he thought Dr. Cox
was capable of holding the position
of state health officer, and the reply
was, "Yes, I 'do.1
n
Frecker Cause of the Friction
Now governor, this special commit
tee recommended that the personnel
of the state board of health be com
posed of "one lawyer, one doctor and
i 1
one Dusmess man, ana mat immeu
iate steps be taken to eliminate this
friction. A majority of that commit
tee visited you personally and told
you in plain, honest language that
you should immediately ask Frecker
for his resignation, that to their
minds after listening to all of the
testimony, he was the gentleman who
was creating all this unnecessary fric friction.
tion. friction. As a member of this commit committee,
tee, committee, I want you to tell the people why
you ignored their recommendations,
and this same recommendation will
be seen in the senate committee's re report,
port, report, paragraph 11, and you have and
are ignoring that.
You seem to take great pleasure in
listening to a part of the senate com committee,
mittee, committee, then why not pay some kind
of attention to the recommendation
of the house committee?
If you are pulling off one of your
political deals, tell the people all
(Continued on Fourth Page)

'OR

U Q

iiiu yj

OCALA HAD AN
HAPPY EVENING

Heart-Felt Welcome to the Boys in
O. D. and Blue Who Have
Returned Home
We do not suppose Ocala has ever
been quite so happy as it was last
evening, when it gave a home-coming
celebration to those of our boys in
khaki or blue who have served in the
army or navy and received their hon honorable
orable honorable discharges. 4
The boys and their friends from the
country began coming in about noon,
and by six o'clock the square and ad adjacent
jacent adjacent streets were swarming with
them- Including those of the city
about 250 were present, some not be being
ing being able to attend, and probably half
cur mei the service being yet in
the navy, in Europe or on the way
heme.
The celebration began with supper.
The Ocala House dining room was the
mess hall, and in this big room, beau beautifully
tifully beautifully decorated, "chow" was served.
On the outside wall was spread the
great Marion county service flag, with
its hundreds of stars, and the flags
of America, France, Britain, Belgium
and Italy, under which millions of
brave men have fought and died dur during
ing during the last five years. The men came
to the mess hall in regular camp fash fashion,
ion, fashion, in single file, and as eaeh reached
the door he found a committee of
Ocala's lovely girls, one of whom gave
him his admission ticket by pinning a
Shasta daisy on his blouse or coat
lapel. Most of the boys, especially
from the country, wore their uni uniforms,
forms, uniforms, but there was no mistaking
the bronzed faces and squared shoul shoulders
ders shoulders of those in civics, even if they
hadn't been known. Once inside the
mess hall, each man was taken-charge
of by the committee on eats. He was
given a plate and fork and taken down
one line of tables and up another, his
plate being piled high in course of
the trip, and when he arrived at the
end he was handed Va glass of iced
tea find told to come back after more
if he wanted it, and at any rate to
come back for dessert. "Gee!" said
one well-cared for doughboy, after a
charming young matron had piloted
him around the room and stacked his
plate till it looked like a young pyra pyramid,
mid, pyramid, "we never had such mess ser sergeants
geants sergeants in the army."
It was a sure-enough specimen of
a democratic army, omcers and pri privates
vates privates all mixed up and receiving the
same treatment, and being just Tom,
Dick and Harry to each other, like
they were before the war. They ate
in any old place; if one couldn't find
a chair, he stood up or sat down on
his heels. Capt. Drake and a bunch
of Company A boys out xn the back
piazza found the scenery quite famil familiar.
iar. familiar. After the substantials were dispos
ed of. there was cake and ice cream,
and cigars and cigarettes, and well,
a soldier's uniform is built to let out
and a sailor's is .already let out.
After supper, came music and
speeches. An addition to the pro program
gram program was made when the flag was
lowered. The city flag having been
worn out, the fire department bor
rowed that of the primary school,!
which was almost as badly battered,
but then it was the flag, all the same,
and Hamp Chambers, who had the of
fice of lowering it thought it wouldn't
be just exactly right to take it down
entirely informally. So he gathered
a bunch of young sailors strange it
is what a lot of the boys went down
to the sea in ships from this highland
county and as the band played "O
say can you see by the dawn's early
light," the colors were slowly and rev reverently
erently reverently lowered, while the soldiers
and sailors stood at attention with
hands raised in salute and the civil civilians
ians civilians uncovered. There was a little
hitch when the flag caught on a guy
wire, but it was an impressive cere cere-money,
money, cere-money, especially to those who re
membered that in this war only Am
erican hands have lowered the Amer
! ican flag, and that only at sunset
2 mi a
The program as printed in yester
day's Star was carried out with little
chanrre. Tho veterans of our often
revived band turned out, and tho al
raost without practice did honor to
the occasion. Mr. L. W. Duval pre
sided with his usual tact and efficien
cy. Dr. Herndon, who has been sec second
ond second to no man in patriotic work, of offered
fered offered the invocation. Mr. W. K. Ze Ze-wadski,
wadski, Ze-wadski, on behalf of the city, elo eloquently
quently eloquently welcomed the boys home. Mr.
F. E. Harris most appropriately gave
the welcome of the veterans of the
war between the states to the vet veterans
erans veterans of the world war. "Over Here"
was speken by Alfred Green, a real
orator, tho' barely out of his teens,
and "Over There" was briefly but
pithily depicted by John Thomson
who has been there. James Metcalf
could not be present for'the navy, but
his place was well taken by Sibbald
Wilson. Mr. W. T. Gary, in a short
but interesting talk, told of the task
of the Welfare Workers. Captain

BOARD OF TRADE

ILL JOT MEET
Dri.o. Ar r:... : rvm. I
iu ne iieia lonignt i
r r rwi . I
t. : v ..tn
and the fact that many members will
u r u:
tJt: UUb Ul U1C WbJT fcMlO IC1 JIUVU OUUI
tonight, it has been, thought best not
tn hvp a mttincr nf tho Rnrrf nf
Tra? nnio-f Tfcoi-o i' Tynthiric
immediate importance to come beforv
the trade body that is not already be-
in taken care of by the committees. I
The next regular meeting will be two
weeks from now. when there will be
seevral committee reports of consid-
erable importance, among them being
the report of the committee on river
development and a report of the fi-
nance committee on the securing of
funds, for an illustrated booklet of
Ocala and Marion county.
There is at present available no il-1
lustrated literature of the city and
county, and no literature of any kind
that is up to the minute, and inquiries j
are beincr received daily, and can be I
expected to increase in number from I
no won. Florida will receive more I
advertising and publicity the coming
winter than ever before. The gather-1
ing of information and statistics was
begun by the secretary of the Board
of Trade as soon as he took up his
work with the organization in April,

and as soon as funds are available hejthorities estimate the dwelling short short-hope
hope short-hope sto have copy prepared and! age in the United States at from five

ready for the press. I
RAILROAD WASHED OUT
NEAR ROANOKE
l Associated Prps
Roanoke, Va.. June 27Railroad
traffic is badly tied up here today as a
,if i,k w ;ioe
iLJUlb J m. a v.wuuuuOfc a ;r ultima
northwest of Roanoke last night. The
Norfolk & Western tracks and bridges
.
were washed away. Approximately
twenty miles of road are affected.
A. BUSY DAY AT THE
MAXWELL AGENCY
Yesterday was a busy day at the
Maxwell-Chalmers Agency in Ocala.
The agency sold during the day, for I

casn in eacn case a seven-passenger i am fav0r of our. school teach teach-Chalmers
Chalmers teach-Chalmers six to Mr. Hugh Nichols of ers getting better pay. I am opposed

,.iuvWu, ""
F. Johnson of Ocala; a Republic spec-
1311 trUCk tO Mr. R. C. Camp, preSl-
dent of the Florida Power Company,
ucaia, lor me service oi tne com-
pany's power wires on the west coast,
and a. second Republic special truck
to air. w. n. vriDD oi me crystal
River Ice Company at Crystal River.
Within the past two weeks .this
agency has sold sue Maxwell passen-
ger cars, two Maxwell trucks, two re-
public trucks, one Oakland six. four
maimers sixes, luiree uve anu one
seven-passenger cars, besides a num
ber of used cars of various makes.
Branches have been opened with
competent men in charge at Lees-
burg, handling Lake and Sumter
counties, yand at Gainesville, handling
Alachua and Levy counties, on all of
the lines sold by Mr. Carroll, namely:
me Jilaxweii nne oi passenger cars
and trucks, the Chalmers passenger
cars the Oakland passenger carsthe
xwepuuuc iruci nauuue "-""
ers.
Drake described "The American
Army," as he had seen it in camp
and on the battlefield. Lieut. Robert
MacKay did not arrive in time to I
take his place on the "program, and!
Dr. Watt was called to attend a pa
tient. The community chorus, led by
Albert Gerig, rendered "America"
and the Marseillaise with fine effect.
All in all, it was a most happy eve-
ning to the boys who have been
away and returned victorious, and to
those who "kept the homes fires burn
ing," and who never will get over be
ing thankful to see the boys cornel
home."
It was a happy and timely idea on

the part of the Woman's Club to give looks like the school board has over over-this
this over-this welcome to those who have re- looked or forgotten this expression of
turned, and when all the boys are our people on this tax matter,
home we will turn in and give them a Tell the school board to cut som

yet bigger welcome, and those wholo the administration expenses, force

were here yesterday must remember
that they are to be here again, with

their comrades who are yet in the I get enough money to pay the under under-service.
service. under-service. Ipaid school teachers more pay.

TEMPLE ATTRACTIONS
Today: Louis Bennison in "The
Road' Called Straight." U-boat war
the International News.
Saturday: Louis Bennison in "Oh,
Johnny!" Sunshine comedy.
Monday: William Desmond in
"Life's a Funny Proposition." L-Ko
comedy.
Wednesday: Gladys Brockwell li
"The Pitfalls of a Great City." Mutt
and Jeff.
Thursday: Evelyn Nesbit and hei
son, Kusseil l caw, in ihe woman
Who Gave,"

VOL. 2G, NO. 153

WED BUMLOl'JS
APARTflflTS
If Oca Is. is w
Crowds Flw AU,MUige lDe
iinnuc Itw.
' rovided
l o taKe advania
mg and publicity tnaiy-"-
reive tins winter, inert-..- r vm i c
- v.
will be necessary, and aY,Jilities
tional hotels, apartments v-
are under construction. The n,vs
the coming winter will be f ollov
1-1 and 1 by the immense cro
that will now into the state lor
centennial exposition, lhere is a
presirg need for an increase of hotel.
apartment and housing facilities in
Ocala; if this city is to take advant-
age or the crowds coming into the
state. Several apartments are being
talked of, and it is to be hoped that
they will have early construction.
There is a demand for furnished
apartments and bungalows of three or
four rooms, of modern design and
convenience, and the secretary of the
board of trade is convinced that these
apartments and bucgalows can be
rented even before their completion.
There is no demand for housing thai
lis not attractive in design, in setting,
and that is without the conveniences
that the times demand. If this type
of housing is not provided here, the
city and town that does provide them
will get the residents. Various au-
hundred thousand to one million.
SCHOOL EXPENSES
Editor Star: No one can study the
last report of the state education di-
V"! whic PM
the name
1"" T T
month, in the state, but come to the
r.-A V. 1 A 1
, .
conclusion that many of our school
teachers have been receiving too Lit-
tie nav. and some of Mannn miiTitv'a
iA ,
ieners pay was aisgraceiuiiy low
our school board in 1908 with a like
report for 191G and 1917, but come to
the conclusion that 'our schools have
lh fldministnrtinn Rt hav inrra-
Ia outran-pntmlv rnmnnrivl tn ntW
costs.
to the three-mill increase of taxes.
extra amount needM pay the
crhnnl tench rnry h i iH nthT-un
u the three.mm tax is added on to
the cleven mills we now pay
TOns haye been the
must bar this increased bur-
i exu
.Thpr( wprp -n 191q in RHirk nr.
:nrt fnn f-;iiM wit.li. T m;aVp n
children of school age. four
families did not pay one cent of taxes,
not even a u afe othera
in pPHHirt rihrt that An tint
pay a poll tax. The other precincts in
the county can have a report some something
thing something like the above.
To make me and others pay 14
school taxes, and then fail to
colect Qr make aQ effort
the S00O poll taxes urpaid, I object
To make me and QXhm & 14
mill 8fhool and it Qr
even make nQ eff ort tQ rom
the many persons -m Marion county
that have failed to pay taxes, I object
To make me and others pay a 14-
I mill school tax, and then fail or not
I even pretend to collect a full tax
from the millions of dollars under-
taxed in Marion county, I object to.
The school board wants the three-
1 mill taxes levied and collected because
it is the easiest way to get more mon-
I ey. This three-mill tax once levied
I and colletced. means a continuous
three-mill levy. I am writing this
letter because now is the best time to
tell the school board to go slow. Now
1 is the best time to kill this move. The
1 people in the" last general election not
more than eight months ago, voted
I strongly to not even permit our school
I beard to levy this increased tax. It
J a full collection of all taxe3 from eve-
I ry source and the school board win
Yours truly, L. S. Light.
NOTICE TO U. D. C.
inl The members of Dickison Chapter.
IU. D. C- are invited to a quilting to
I be held at the residence of Mrs. W.
W. Harriss on Tuesday, July 1st. A
picnic lunch will be served by the
Daughters and it is desired that we
meet promptly at 9:30. The quilts
are to be sent to the old soldiers
heme in Jacksonville.
I Mrs. S. R. Whaley,
1 3t Corresponding Secretary.
I BABY DAY at the BOOK SHOP.

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OCALA EVE111HG STAR
PubllNbetl Every Day Except Sunday by

STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY Sfrxke governor has
OF OCALA, FLA. v. ton' jt into a part of his

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the peep LO senu nira iu uie senate

of Columbia to Gov. CattTbe Star
knows enough of the to know
that Mr. Phillips ha jeered closely
to the truth. ; The Mard of health
cc the nconle Florida heavily.

I They are entit the full benefit of

It. It. Carroll, President
v. loaveneood, eeretary-TreaW

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of t&f?Jnited States.

Entered at Ocaia, Fla.. postoffice aoenator ietcner is a stauncn be-

seconl-clas3 matter. newer in carrying American goods in
. 7""" American ships. He has introduced
telephones J the following resolutions into the

Office

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John Barleycorn is about to order
his last bier.

If the Huns don't "sign the pact this
week they will receive the impact
next week.

"Don't fail to scuttle the ships,"
says the Prussian Perry, who met the
enemy and was theirs.

-. The "piping times of peace" would
return sooner if some thoughtful per person
son person had put in new pipes.
Mr. Wilson probably realizes that
he should not have said "secret coun councils
cils councils are a thing of the past" until the
peace conference adjourned.
The Germans can grin and bear it
or they can bear.it without grinning.
No compulsion' on them to grin.
The Reds are beginning to feel
blue. St. Petersburg Times.
But nothing can make them white.

As soon as the women obtain the
vote, the political spellbinders had
better quit appealing to the plain people-
, ;
The old saying "that cat may look
at a king" is about to become ob obsolete.
solete. obsolete. The stock of kings is almost
exhausted.

- There is one good thing about a
riot in a Prussian city there are no
innocent bystanders to kill. The whole
bunch is guilty.
--. If the peace treaty is signed in
time, the great British dirigible, R-34,
may make the trip across the Atlantic
in time to land in America July 4.
The "dobe" is the most frequent
specimen of Mexican architecture,
but it is possible that the center of
greaser government may be located
in a villa.

Senate:
"That in the judgment of the Sen Senate
ate Senate it is not advisable for the United
States Shipping Board to sell at this
time any of the merchant ships of the
government to foreign interests, un unless
less unless it be such as cannot be success fully
employed here. That efficient
merchant vessels of the government
should not be sold at all at this time',
except such ships as are undesirable
for overseas trade and will bring ap approaching
proaching approaching their actual cost or more,

' and then only with a view of replac replac-j
j replac-j ing them with better ships in order

to properly balance the fleet.
"These resolutions," Senator Flet Fletcher
cher Fletcher said, "speak for themselves. We
have gone to great expense in con constructing
structing constructing the ships and though we

may not need them so much as when
the v?ar was going on, it rs in my
opinion not good judgment to sell
them at this time. I am. against the
plan of disposing-of these ships as at
present contemplated, and will use
my full power to prevent such action."
,,
Road Commissioner John E. Gilbert
of Jacksonville, and State Road En Engineer
gineer Engineer William F. Cocke, of Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, have announced from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville that the Florida road building
program will begin within sixty days,
that over a million dollars worth of
work will be in progress between now
and September 1, and that the first
step to be taken will be building good
roads to the Georgia line. All this is
good news and the latter statement is
of most importance at this time.
Tampa Tribune.
The logical route of one of the lines
of road is north to south through
Marion county.
Catts may have to answer many
questions when he gets on the stump
but Fletcher and Sears and the
other members of Congress from
Florida will have to inform the voters
why they voted for and passed income
tax laws which neither they nor
anyone else can understand, DeLand
News. s J
Would you recommend Catts as a
scientific framer of tax Jaws?
Tampa Times kicks on the idea of
Great Britain being made the man mandatory
datory mandatory for Mexico. We do not think
that is likely to, happen, but if it had
happened seven years ago it would
have saved some hundreds of Ameri American
can American lives. It is mighty seldom you
hear of an American being robbed or
murdered in any country where Great
Britain has the say so.
When the governor of a great state
acknowledges that he vetoed the dog
law to the infinite damage of an im important
portant important state industry, out of "re "revenge"
venge" "revenge" because somebody poisoned
his dog, comment seems superfluous.
Tampa Times.
Florida will not be a great state as
long as most of its public offices are
filled with mental runts.

A dispatch from Holland says that
the news that Germany intended to
sign shocked the ex-kaiser. The shock
the old scoundrel should have is in an
electric chair.

Elsewhere we print the open letter
regarding the state board of health
affairs from Representative Phillips

TvlICKIE SAYS

OUSTED

The Senate wants an army of four
hundred thousand and the House one
of three hundred thousand. We sug suggest
gest suggest that they compromise on one of
two hundred thousand. Times-Union.
Yes, that's just about the force we
had when we were caught short for
two millions.

A German captain at Coblenz, who
was fined 1000 marks for not salut saluting
ing saluting an American lieutenant, made a
loud complaint. If their cases had
been reversed, the American would
not only have been fined but proba probably
bly probably kicked in the face.
The American army that- moved
forward last week, ready to march
further into Germany, was 50 per
cent larger than the combined Fed Federal
eral Federal and Confederate armies that
faced each other in the Wilderness
fifty-five years ago.
Dr. Cox was an honest partisan of
Catts, and since his apppintment as
state health officer has shown much
administrative ability. In taking
Frecker's part against him, the gov governor
ernor governor has shown his usual lack of
both gratitude and good judgment.
As Ocala entertained the soldiers
and sailors last night, it should have
been remembered that some of those
same boys, just a year before, had
been in the last fierce rush that clear cleared
ed cleared the Huns out of Belleau Wood.

We may never be perfect, but if we
beat our bayonets into .plowshares
and saw our barroom fixtures into
stovewood, civilization will take quite
a visible hunch forward.

IcIycr:&:Macl3ay

UNDERTAKERS and ELIDALLIEHS
PHONES 47. 104. X:5
OCALA. FLORIDA

There will be hot rolls and hot cin-

BIICKEY IS THE STAR'S DEVIL 'namon buns. Just follow the crowd.

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AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING
Our facilities for repairing all
makes of aucomobilcs are complete.
Yhe yevj car is In need of a ircn-
! overhauli:;,": of only minor re-
. wc c : do it at a very renson renson-aulc
aulc renson-aulc price fan! we guarcntoe :-itis-Tawtion
In c-vciy instnr.cc. We thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly ra.-h i-p your car five after
i.i 'king repairs.

Service Station for Moon, r!axwell.
Chalmers and Oakland Cars.

CPEX 6 A. M. to 10 P. 31.

BOIMER'S GARAGE

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

ERNEST AMOS

Florida's Efficient Controller, Who Will Speak at the Romeo Picnic Next
Friday

HOUSE AND SIDE SIDEWALK
WALK SIDEWALK 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
ray long suit. JOHN THOMSON,
21-8t S. Orange St Ocala, Fla.
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. Office phone 41, residence
phone 69. 17-12t
Ladies, your toilet set is incomplete
without one of those pretty white
ivory hand mirrors we have just re received.
ceived. received. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 6

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Use the Star's Unclassified Column

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Now Is The Time To:

Help Us Give YouJGoofl Service

We need vour help during this hot weather. Everybody is calling
for prompt wervice everybody needs OUR ICE.
Do your hare 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 nasy for us to serve your neighbor as you" want us to
serve you.
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We know .too will help us thank yoo.
(Dcalsi Ice ft 'PacMiag COo

IFUTJERAL DIRECTORS and ELlBALr.lERS
AUTOLIOBILE SERVICE
No charg? for delivery of caskets anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM U. PYLES JIL,
Licensed Embalmers
Offico Phono 10 Night Phones 225 or 423

ffi Housework Seems Easier v V
' rfln. Sl T!7hen yu refresh yourself
? occasionally with a cold bot- 1
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a few bottles on ice. Always ready to It II
, cerye, Refreshing and satisf)io2- II '11
Gee out Soldicn one S r(J
VV Sailors a Job d f JlA X
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The Fishing Season

Has just fairly begun, and every lover of out-door
sports should be provided with a first class fishing

outfit. We can furnish you
with everything in this line

from a small lead sinker to a complete outfit for
catching the largest fish that abound in the fresh or
saltwaters of the state. Our stock of casting min minnows
nows minnows is probably the largest in the state. We also
carry all makes of Guns, Revolvers, Etc.

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Besides a complete line of the famous INDE INDE-STRUCTO
STRUCTO INDE-STRUCTO Trunks, we have an extensive assortment
of Solid Leather Hand Bag, Suit Cases and Traveling
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Bags in every size from the minature Portfolio to the
large "accordeon" style Tourist Traveling Cases.
The latest arrivals in Tan Leathers will give you just
what you want for your summer vacation. Before
- s.
making your selections for the season come in and
let us show you our line.

Sporting Goods Center. Ocala, Florida.

Schedule ol

If you have any society items for
the Star, please phone five-two-three.
Mr. E. C. Bennett will return today
from a short business trip to Jacksonville.

Mrs. George Nash of Jacksonville,
a former valued resident of Ocala, is
in the city, the guest of her sister,
Mrs. J. H. Strunk.

There will be hot rolls and hot cin cinnamon
namon cinnamon buns. Just follow the crowd, tl

Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Robinson have
returned from ten days spent most
pleasantly with their son and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Robinson at Inverness.

That staunch friend of the Star,
Mr. J. A. Brooks of Leroy, sends us
a two-year renewal for the paper.
That kind of appreciation always
helps our heart up.
The prettiest, most sanitary combs
and brushes to be found are those
white ivory ones just received at the
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 20-6t
Miss Louise Wetherall, who visited
her sister, Mrs. DeWitt Griffin in this
city, en route from Boston, where she
is a student in the New School of Art,
has gone to her home in Tampa.
Mrs. Lane and daughter. Miss Mary
Lane and Miss Elizabeth Bennett left
on the early train this morning for
Arlington Ga., for 4m extended visit
with Mrs. Lane's twin sister, Mrs.
Cowart.

Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Cox and three

young sons returned to the city last

nicht from Pelham, Ga- where they

have been the guests of relatives. The
trip was made in their car,' and they

were accompanied by Mrs. F. P. Ev Everett,
erett, Everett, mother of Mrs. Cox, and -Mr.
J. C. Robinson and little son of Ca Camilla,
milla, Camilla, Ga. ,Mxs. Robinson is a sister
of Mr. Cox and will be pleasantly rt
membered here, having at one time
lived in this city when her husband
was an employee of Rheinauer & Co.
Mrs. F. B. Beckham and little Nell
Stroud, two-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Stroud, returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from Atlanta, where the little
girl has been under the care of a
specialist the past two months. It will
be gratifying to the many friends of
the family to know Jthat little Nell is
getting along nicely and after only
one more treatment, which will be
given in five or six weeks, will be dis discharged
charged discharged as cured.
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LAKE WEIR

Let us name you prices on pint,
quart and half -gallon Mason fruit
jars, any quantity. Clarkson Hard Hardware
ware Hardware Co. Phone 417. 20-9t

The many friends in Ocala of Mr.
Z. F. Pratt of Rockford, 111., who
spent the past two winters at the
Colonial hotel, will regret to hear of
his death, which occurred in that city
yesterday.
Misses Elizabeth Davis, Sue Moore,
Mabel Meffert and Ava Lee Edwards
are planning a trip to Daytona next
week. Mrs. E. A. Osborne will chap chap-erone
erone chap-erone the party, driving them over in
her handsome car.
Eastman Kodaks and Films to be
had in Ocala only at Gerig's Drug
Store.. 28-tf
Mr. R. E. Layton, who went to

Bainbridge,,Ga., last month for sur

gical attention, is getting along nice nicely.
ly. nicely. The operation was entirely suc successful
cessful successful and Mr. Layton will be able
to return to his home in this city in
two weeks.
There will be hot rolls and hot cin cinnamon
namon cinnamon buns. Just follow the crowd.

LERPEMGS-OCAMBUSEEICE
Com! ortablegBus Will Until Further Notice
Run Between Ocala and Silver Springs on
Sundays and Thursdays on the folio winy
Schedule, Leaving Ocala from Court House.

Thursday Schedule
L v. Ocala Lv. Silver Spgs.

.. 2:00 P. M.
....... 4:00 P. M.
....... 7:00 P. M.
8:00 P. M.
.......10:00 P. M.

1:30 P. M..
3:30 P. M..
5:30 P. M..
7:30 P. M...
9:30 P. M..

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

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Which ar the live business houses of a town. Printer's ink users. Sea?

Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McKay of Mor-

riston are the parents of a fine little

girl baby born yesterday at the home
of Mrs. E. A. Osborne in this city.
The little lady who has not yet been

named, gives promise of being as at

tractive as her four older sisters.

A big supply of Beggarweed and

Sorphum Seed now on hand at the

Ocala Seed Store. Phone 435. tf

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Smith, who

have spent the past two weeks in

Ocala with Dr. D. M. Smith, are re

turning to Jacksonville this after

noon.. Mr.. and Mrs. bmith are a

charming young couple and have been

the recipients of much social cour

tesy during their visit, which their

friends hope will be soon repeated.

The Butternut Bread turned out

her is acknowledged the' best ever.

Made entirely by machinery and a

more sanitary product was never pro

duced. Carter's Bakery. 21-tf

Lieut. Robert MacKay, who recent

ly returned from overseas, arrived m

the city today and proceeded to the

summer home of his parents at the

lake, where he and his brother, Alfred

MacKay will be guests of honor at a

splash party which their mother, Mrs.

George MacKay is giving tonight.

Girls, come and see those pretty

white ivory powder puff boxes we
have just received. Anti-Monopoly

Drug Store. 20-6t

Misses Agnes Burford,' Ellen Strip Stripling,
ling, Stripling, Ava Lee Edwards, Stella and
Nina Camp, Elizabeth and Meme Da Davis.
vis. Davis. Mabel Meffert and Callie Gissen-

daner went down to the lake this'
morning in two cars to spend the day:
with Miss Eloise Henry, and the J

young ladies making up her house
party.
Just in, Lord Baltimore Paper in all
colors, 0 cents the box at Gerig's
Drug Store. 28-tf
The William S. Hart picture at the
Temple last evening was an extra
good one, even for that rugged char character.
acter. character. Some of the scenes were
touching enough to bring tears. To Tonight
night Tonight Louis Bennison will appear in
"The Road Called Straight;" and the
International News will present some
interesting, views on U-boat warfare.
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and

Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,

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Oklaawha, June 23. Mr. and Mrs.
Ellis Winston and son, Cornelius of
Ocala are occupying the Bradford
cottage for the summer months.
Mr. .C E. Rose has just returned
from a two weeks' visit in Chicago,
where Mrs. Rose and little son, Gra Graham
ham Graham are spending several months
with Mrs. Rose's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. King.
Mrs. Barney Spencer and family of
Ocala are occupying their cottage
near Lake Weir station for the sum sum-mei.
mei. sum-mei. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mann with Mr.
Mann s mother will start in a short
time for Louisville, Ky., to spend sev several
eral several months visiting relatives and
friends.
Mrs. K. II. Clements will leave next

Tuesday to spend the summer in
Cleveland, Ohio, and Morgantown, W.

Va.

Cards received from Woodard

Yongue state he has secured a fine
position with a rubber tire company
and is much pleased with his surroundings.

Mrs. H. W. Henry, Miss Eloise

Henry, Miss Blair Woodrow and Miss

Rentz of Ocala, who came down to
the lake Saturday to spend aweek or
ten days, weer joined today by a

party of fine young ladies from Or Orlando.
lando. Orlando. All are anticipating a fine

time while here.

Mr. N. W. Harison has just return

ed from a three weeks' visit to Au Augusta,
gusta, Augusta, Ga.

The Red Cross members of Lake
Weir are requested to come with their
baskets heaped and running over to
help entertain our returned soldier
boys Thursday evening in Ocala.
Two of our brave soldier boys, Mr.
Ed Marshall and Mr. Eugene Knight,

have just returned from France.

where they were in some of the big
battles.
Mr. Tom Marshall and two sons
Carl and Albert of St. Augustine,
were the week-end visitors of Mr.
Marshall's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Marshall.
Messrs. M. C. Standley and Pete
Peacock of Leesburg are camping on
the lake for a couple of weeks.
A big supply of Beggarweed and
Sorghum Seed now on hand at the
Ocala Seed Store. Phone 435. tf

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Ford One Ton Truck-w utiIity-the

has made itself an absolrn a"ve
nocQitv Tt' RnrfpnAndnhlf in slPess ne

Ford
Trade

Your
Meed

ever placed, flexibuvher
in control and low ctt Vre
eration and maintenan"

possessing that vanadi

steel strength, it has becom
the want in every line of busL

ness, from retail merchant to manufactur manufacturer,
er, manufacturer, from engineer to contractor, from cor corporation
poration corporation to farmer. Let us tell you details
and give you a demonstration. Truck
Chassis $550 f. o. b. Detroit
Tucker's Garage
Phone 439
Ocala - Florida

CHITS STAGS LDIR3

TRANSFER AND STORAGE COI71PANY

Negotiable
Storage Receipts
Issued on Cotton,
Automobiles, Etc
FIREPROOF
STORAGE

Moving, Packing
Live Stock.
Pianos,
Machinery and
Furniture,
FIRE PROOF
STORAGE

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

. PHONE 296

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.
Dawkins, manager. 16-12t'

A light, valve-in-head Oakland Six,
five-passenger car, absolutely perfect
condition in every respect. A bargain.
R. R. Carroll, Ocala. 24-6t

P. O. BOX 606

STAR JOB

DEPARTMENT

PHONE 51.

LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS,
CIRCULARS, FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETS, ETC.

WE NEVER DISAPOINT A CUSTOMER ON A
PROMISE. YOU GET THE JOB WHEN ITS DUE.

This line o' type is placed here to remind you that advertising pays.

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szf&mg but the bt

m, rto w riir& iiad their weeklv

luncheon today Mrs. Perdue.
X large cber of our people are
attending y'e Woodmen picnic at
Felloireiiiir today.
iTVare showing: a fine line of

lUAtMiu-s: caps, oee xnem Dei ore rrnv-

ia Gerig's Drug tSore. 28-tf

Dr. Creekmore and Mr. MinieV

two of Brooksville's distinguished cit

izens, are in the city today.
Mr. George Scofield and two sons
and Mr. Christiancy of Inverness are
in the city.
Call phone 417 and get our prices
on vegetable tins, all sizes. Clarkson
Hardware Co. k 20-Stt

Sold by

Court Pharmacy

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PHONE 108
or 243
for
FRESH MEAT
and
GROCERIES
Prompt Delivery

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MARKET

Mr. G. W. Martin, Mrs. F. S.
Stringer and Mr. John C. Davant,
prominent lawyers from Brooksville,
are in the city for a few days.
No appetite? Then take a bottle of
PEPTONA. Only one dollar at Gerig's
Drug Store. 28-tf
Mr. Raymond Bullock and his bride
are in the city, stopping on their way
from Richmond to St. Petersburg to
visit Mr. Bullock's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. B. Bullock.

New ICED TEA SETS at THE
BOOK SHOP. 27-3t

V STANDS FOR VALUE

Let us vulcanize your old, worn,

Diown-out tires and add greatly" to
their value and their lensrth of serv

ice. Thrift is the national watchword

and today thrift' in auto and cycle
tires is essential. Vulcanizing is as

valuable to used tires as repairing is

to used shoes.
BLALOCK BROS.
PHONE 78

Oklawaha Ave., Ocala, Fla.

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INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
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When You Want
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PRESSING CLUB
SERVICE
We call for your work and
make prompt return delivery.
MARION PRESSING CLUB
Smith & Garrett, Props.

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 guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. ;
(Eastern Standard Time) 1
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-New York 2:10 am
l:55pm Jacksonville 1:30 rm
4:0pm Jacksonville 4:25 pm
2:15 am Tampa-Manatee- '
St. Petersburg 2:15 am
I 2 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:25 pm Tampa-St. Petersburg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
Leave 1 Arrive
2:12pm J'cksonvllle-New York3:15am.
1:45 pm. J'ksonville-G'lnesville 3:35 pm.
6:42 am. J'ksonvllle-G'nesville 10:13 pm:
S:15 am. St. Pefsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 anju
3:35 pm St Pet'sburg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am. Dunnellon-WIlcox
7.40 am. Du'nellon-Ikelaud 11:03 pm

?A?Jrn'' lipmosassa 1:35 pm
10:13 pm. JLeesburg 6:42 am.
4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
TuMday, Thursday, Saturday.

Another shipment of the famous
Alma Zada Face Powder in at Ceng's
Drug Store. 28-tf
Edward Marshall, 316th Field Ar Artillery,
tillery, Artillery, who reached his home at Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha the other day, after long and
arduous service in Europe, was at
the celebration last evening and re remained
mained remained in town today. Eddie saw a
lot of fighting and had to stand much
hardship, which he put up with in the
same cheerful spirit that has endear endeared
ed endeared him to his home folks.
Latest music at THE BOOK SHOP.
There will be hot rolls and hot cin cinnamon
namon cinnamon buns. Just follow the crowd, tf
BIG FOURTH OF JULY V :
CELEBRATION "AT BELLEVIEW

Program for the Patriotic Exercises,
Barbecue, Picnic and
Amusements
9 a. m. Town bell will ring to no notify
tify notify all to assemble at the town halL
9:30 a. m. Parade. Uncle Sam and
Miss Liberty on horses, followed by
soldiers from all the departments of
our great army, as represented by
the noble young men of our county
and elsewhere. And every one is cor

dially invited to be present and par

ticipate in this celebration, whether
of Marion county or elsewhere. Dec Decorated
orated Decorated autoes, carriages and citizens.
10:30 a. m. Bugle call at speakers'
stand. All join in singing "America."
Invocation by Rev. S. E. Lawhon.
Address of welcome by Mayor O.
M. Gale.
11 a. -m. Address by Col. R. F.
Rogers, of Ocala.
11:45 a. m. Music by Harrell
brothers.
Address by J. B. Johnson, president

of the Florida Senate, of Live Oak.

12:30 p. m, Dinner.

Bring baskets filled till you press the
1 cover.

An da loaf of bread for each meat

lover.

All come and join us in our plan,
And enjoy the feast as best you acn.

J p. m. Songs by the soldiers.

Address by Mr. N. J. Wicker, of

Coleman.

3 p. m. Song by W. C. T. U.

Address by Mr. W. T. Gary, of

ucaia.

Closing with games and sports.
J. E. Pelot, Chairman.
BLITCHTON

POLITICS IN THE STATE
BOARD OF HEALTH

Blltchton, June 26. Ther farmers

are dipping their cattle this week.

JVlrs. A. Lu McKay and children are

visiting Mrs. E. A. Osborne in Ocala.

iir. Kj. M. Ulitch of Irvine stwtit

me ween end here.

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coulter are an.

nouncing the arrival of a little girl
Saturday, June 21st.

Mr. Berime of Gainesville is hnv-

.... ...

ing cattle nere this week.

Mr. Leierh of Sumtervillp

rrt i

Auesaay.

Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Bliteh snt.

ounaay at .Pleasant Hill.

Godwin brothers visited the conntv

seat Saturday.

Mrs. G. V. Blitch leaves tndav tn

join Mr. G. V. Blitch in Asheville, N.

Mrs. Cattie Davis left SatnrHavnr

U 1

ner nome at Inverness.

Dr. Blitch is spending a few days

in doutn londa.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Honey than any other
contractor in tfc ctty.

NOTICE
As trustee in bankruptcy for the
Hillsborough Lumber Company, a cor corporation,
poration, corporation, bankrupt, I hereby give no-

vivc muu uiu3 are requested lor all OI
the assets of said bankrupt. Sched Schedules
ules Schedules of said assets and appraisers
report can be found in the office of H.
P. Baya, deferee, Curry building,
Tampa, Florida, or at my ofiice, room
S.Roberts building, Tampa, Florida,
mds to be submitted to me or to ref referee
eree referee on or hffn-ro TnlT 1 101Q

which day a meef mg of the creditors
will be held for the purpose of receiv receiving
ing receiving hirto tA it

W T.'PQT.Tr T? r r TtrxT

Trustee for Hillsborough Lumber

wwiujf, x xaaKTupt v-ii-tl

(Continued from First Page)
about it; tell them why you love
Frecker so much and have learned to
despise Dr. Cox so well? Make it
plain, couch it in so plain language
that "he who runs may read."
I do not know what hidden motives
you and Frecker have for wanting to
get rid of Dr. Cox, but I do know
that from the testimony taken before
the house committee, if I had been
governor, I would have asked Mr.
Frecker for his resignation by wire,
and if he had not sent it immediately
I would have bodily fired him.
-Governor Falsified the Record
In your letter to the supreme court
under date of June 11, 1919, in para paragraph
graph paragraph two you quote the senate in investigating
vestigating investigating committee as follows:
"That Dr. Cox be removed from the
payroll of the state of Florida, and
that he be allowed no further expensw
account and that he be removed from
office, and that the governor should
be the one to do this."
I have before me Senate Journal of
June 3, 1919, containing the report of
the committee appointed by the pres president
ident president of the senate to investigate the
afTairs of the state board of health,
and I am unable to find any sentence
with the above quotation contained
therein. I do not know what private
report this committee made to you,
but from their report published in the
Senate Journal, you have not quoted
the committee correctly, and you
have also failed to note other recom recommendations
mendations recommendations which I am now going to
call to your attention.
In paragraph four of the report of
the senate committee, you will find
this language: "The president of the
board of health was derelict in his
duty in approving the improper ex expense
pense expense accounts." Why is it that you
passed up President Frecker when
your direct attention had been called
by this committee to a dereliction of

duty by him?

In paragraph five you will find
these words relative to the friction

existing between the state health of officer
ficer officer and the state board of health:

"In this connection the committee

recommends that such person or ner

sons be removed from the duties per pertaining
taining pertaining to the health officer of the
state board of health as may be nec necessary
essary necessary to bring about harmony and

insure the better protection of the
health of the state."
People Want to Know
This committee in this recommen.

dation plainly says to you that in

their judgment friction does exist, not
only with the state health officer, but

with members of the state board of

health, and they, recommend that you
dismiss such men from the state
board of health, and yet, you paid no
attention to this matter and retained
Mr. Frecker and attempted to remove
the state health officer and the people
would like to know why you do not
remove both of them.
In paragraph six this senate com committee
mittee committee plainly tells you that "politics
has crept into the board of health to
the detriment of the health interests
of the state, and the people of this
state believe that this committee told
the truth, and hey also believe that
the present president of the board of
health is a political henchman at attempting
tempting attempting to build up a political ma machine.
chine. machine. There Probably Is
Is there 'some kind of a secret un understanding
derstanding understanding between you and this
man Frecker whereby you are afraid
to exercise your executive "authority
and fire him? Tell the people of this

state all about it, governor, as they
are waiting by the thousands to hear
It from your lips.
Frecker's Qualifications
I want to say to you plainly, that
to my mind after investigating this
board, and inquiring into other things,
I am of the opinion that Frecker is
about as well qualified to be president
of the state board of health as an
ante-bellum negro is to be president
of Harvard University.
I want you. to understand me thor thoroughly.
oughly. thoroughly. It is your business to retain
or fire this man now, and it will be
the business of the people to see that

no omce oi trust is ever placed in
your hands again, when you as gov governor
ernor governor will retain a man who is daily
jeopardizing the health of the people
to gratify a personal whim, and who
is flagrantly violating his sworn duty
to carry some political point. I say
to you that it is time for "old man
people" to wake up, and take stock

and see what manner of man they
have in the governor's chair.

The evidence is all in and sworn

to, and it has been submitted to you,
both written and oral. You may ig ignore
nore ignore the people now. but I want to

say to you that the time will come
when you will wish that you had casv
this man off as though he were a ser

pent. Hug him now, governor, while

the hugging is good, for bye and bye

u will turn upon you, and then there

will be weeping and wailing.

You may tell us now. "the neonle

be damned." but look out for that

other day that will surely come when
the people will have a say so, and

then you will realize and know what

it means to ignore the wishes of the

people.

Delve Into the Past
For a complete, authentic and full

record of your man, Frecker, I very
humbly refer you to his record in
Hillsborough county, Florida.

Kcspectiully yours,
W. W. Phillins.

Member of the House Investigation

committee.

UNCLASSIFIED

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

RATES Six lice maximum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance. LOST Poodle dog.' Whtfe with
right half of head dark and dark spot
on tail with long hair on end of taiL
Substantial reward if returned to the
Colonial HoteL 27-lt

FOR SALF, Lot of second hand cook
stoves of all kind3. Have two large
ranges suitable for restaurant; also
patent castings to fit any make of
stove or range. Acme Stove Hospital,
S26 N. Magnolia St, Ocala. 27-tf
WANTED A second hand "bicycle
Must be in good condition and reason reasonable
able reasonable in price. Address "J. W." care
Star ofiice. 24-3t
FOR SALE One 191C Chevrolet
touring car in good shape. New tires.
Price $300 cash. Auto Sales Co., Mack
Taylor. Phone 348. 24-t
WANTED Second hand household
furniture. Must be cheap. Address
"Quick Sale," care Star office. 20-Ct
FOR SALE A full-blooded White
Plymouth Rock rooster. Phone 121. Ct
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, 32G North MagnoliajSt. 29tf

WANTED Your repair work on
guns, locks, lawn mowers, etc, at
201 S. Main St. Also buy and sell sec sec-end
end sec-end 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. Goods
returned if pric? is unsatisfactory.
BERNER'S FALSE TEETH SPEC SPECIALTY,
IALTY, SPECIALTY, 175 So. Tcarl St., Albany, N.
Y. 17

4&

m X k J

Without glasses
:'"sCv many a man's

many

active

3 w o u 1 d

V -rapidly

Ocala, Fla

career

come
to an

FOUND IN
A WOMAN'S
BEDROOM

Remarkable Result of a Discovery
Made in a Town in Georgia
Last Week
Last Tuesday night, just ; before
'daylight, a woman in Quitman, Ga
found in her bedroom a drove of mos mosquitoes.
quitoes. mosquitoes. As quickly as possible, she

arose, got her bottle oi Torment" and
began spraying it around. In less than

kweaiy minutes every rnosquuo was
a corpse. You will have the same ex experience
perience experience if you will try it for mosqui mosquitoes
toes mosquitoes and flies. Torment is a new prep preparation,
aration, preparation, manufactured by the G. B.
Williams Company, Quitman, Ga. It
i3 sure death to flies and mosquitoes,
will not stain clothing nor furniture,
and is absolutely harmless to human
beings. Sold by all wholesale and re retail
tail retail dealers. Price, 25c a bottle. Adv.

n3

p

nn

fiil 0

LiJ Km L3 1

Puts Ihe "Crimp" on Bog
AcUvilics;and Oder Evils
Keep your Fenole gun in ac
tion and there will be:
No filthy, roaches slinkincr

' around.
J No bedbugs in your beds.
No mosquitoes to keep yod
J awake.
No moth-eaten clothing,
J rugs, ets.
No ill-smelling sinks, gar gar-J
J gar-J bage cans.
Your health will be better
and your health more even.
Housewives order FENOLE

J from your nearest retail store.
Retail merchants order FE-
J NOLE from your jobber. Re-
fuse the so-called' "Just as
J good."
FENOLE IS THE BEST
Pints (10 oz.) $ Z0
uarts (32 oz.) .75
alf Gallon 1.35
Gallon 2J0
Mouth Sprayers free.
Large hand sprayers extra.
Manufactured only by the
; FENOLE CHEMICAL CO.
.,31 Rrrsie Avenue.
J JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

Let us quoto you prices
on a Monument or Head Headstone
stone Headstone to mark the last rest resting
ing resting place of your loved
ones
MARBLE OR GRANITE.
OCALA MARBLE- WORKS,
E. W. LEAVEN GOOD, Mgr.
N. Magnolia St.
OCALA. FLORIDA.

1 F

0

Mull

f

We have in stock today, the fol following
lowing following used cars, guaranteed
to be as represented.

One 1918 model OAKLAND LIGHT SIX. New tires, spare tire
and tube, new storage battery. In perfect (JOCA Afl
condition in every way and looks like new. POOUvIJ

One late 1917 model BUICK LIGHT SIX. First class tires,
spare tire and tube, bumper and spotlight. This car looks
fine and is in better mechanical condi- Q 1 r C f fl Ci
tion than it looks. Price vIUOU.UU
One DODGE TOURING CAR. late 1917 model. New tires, spare
tire and tube, shock absorbers and bumper. In first class
condition throughout and a handsome look- 7gA f
ing car. Price OOUtUU
One DODGE TOURING CAR, 1917 model. Good mechanical
condition, very good tires, new top. This is (Cnfl Hfl
a good buy. Price .'. ipOUUtUU
ONE FORD ROADSTER. New tires, new top. (fQCn Cit
Excellent condition and looks it. Price . V 3 O U U U
One BUICK FOUR, light model, five-passenger touring car.
Brand new top. Excellent mechanical condition. Body and
upholstering makes nice appearance. The (jrAn ff
price is 3OUU.UU
One OVERLAND TOURING CAR, 1917 model, five-passenger.
Good mechanical condition. Body, top and C?fO C Art
tires all good. Price...'. 00.111!
One 1917 model MAXWELL TOURING CAR. QCCA flfl
' Excellent condition in all respects. Price vOOU.UU
One 1918 model MAXWELL TOURING CAR. C C C f fl fl
Good condition throughout. Price vOOUtUU
One 1917 model MAXWELL TOURING CAR. rn nrx
Good condition. Price VOU.UU
One 1917 model MAXWELL TOURING CAR Cf flfl flfl
in good shape. Price 4tcUUUU
One four-passenger HUPMOBILE TOURING l Cfl flfl
CAR in good shape. Price vIOU.UU
One REPUBLIC TRUCK, Torbensen gear drive, 2000 pounds
capacity, late 1918 model. Spare tire and tube, driver's cab
and windshield, express body and top with curtains, new
storage battery and a FIRST CLASS proposition. This truck
sells today, equipped as it is, for $1650. dOE?A n
A real bargain at OOU.UU
One Ford Touring Car a bargain 5350
Every car and truck must be as
represented or no sale. Time can
be arranged Iwhere desired. Come
in and look them- over and talk
to our Mr. Griffin,
MAXWELL-CHALMERS AGENCY
OCALA FLORIDA

DR. G. A. EL EDMISTON
Veterinary Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phone 501. Office Phono 123
Ocala, Florida.

(101

THE WMIB)OM MOTEL
Jacksonville, Florida.

In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard. I
Every modem convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to cone.
- RATES From $L50 per day per oerson to $6.
ROBERT ML MEYER, J. E. KAVANAUGH,
Manarer. PropricW. J
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