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OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1919.
VOL. 2G, NO. 15 1
TT A (0135
But Not "Der Tag" Plotted for
Thru Forty Years by War
Lords of Berlin
Versailles. June 28. President Wilson and the Am
erican delegation signed the peace treaty at 3;14 p. m.
Paris time. The Germans signed at 3:15.
Meeting in the Hall of Mirrors
Versailles, June 28. The world war formally ended
today by the signing of the peace treaty. The epochal
meeting in the Hall of Mirrors began at 3:10 p. m. and the
German delegates were the first to sign. They were fol followed
lowed followed by the American delegates, headed by President
Wilson, and by the plenipotentiaries of Great Britain,
France, Italy and Japan. Representatives of the minor
powers signed in alphabetical order.
Crowds Cheered Madly
Versailles, June 28. As Premier Clemenceau, Presi President
dent President Wilson and Premier Lloyd George emerged from the
palace, the great crowd gath ered outside swept aside the
cordon of trodps, cheering madly. Many soldiers broke
ranks, joining the demonstration, while guns boomed and
low-flying airplanes seemed to fill the air.
Chinks Don't Count Anyway
Versailles, June 28. China's delegates did not attend
the session, declining to sign the treaty because they were
not permitted to make reservations.
Tells American People Not
Throw Obstacles in way
of the Treaty
Arranged a Nice Little
for the Allies
William Thinks He Shouldn't Worry
Amorengo, June 28-Former Emperor William and
his advisers are apparently fully, confident that the Neth Netherlands
erlands Netherlands government will be unable to consent to the En
tente's forthcoming demand for his estraditiori.
Siberian Army Is Losing Ground
Omsk, June 28. During the last fortnight, the Sibe-
rien western army has retired from the Viatka river to the
Kama, approximately a hundred miles, before superior
Bolshevik forces. Ufa is under bombardment from Bol
Lone Star Voters Are Locoed
Washington, June 28 Texas today became the ninth
state to ratify the woman suffrage amendment.
MRS. LEONARD GUTHERY
The deceased was one of the oldest
and most highly respected residents
of Alachua county, her mother hav having
ing having moved to Florida from Chester,
S. C, in 1834, and settled at Rochelle,
where she still resided until Jan. 10,
1919, when she moved to Kendrick,
where she lived until she was called
to rest. She joined the Baptist church
when a young woman at Rochelle,
where her membership still remained
at the time of her death. To her re
ligious convictions she was loyal and
devoted the most of her life to Chris Christian
tian Christian works. In her social life she was
always kind and had a pleasant word
for everybody. All who knew her
Mrs. Guthery was sick only, a short
while but suffered greatly during her
last illness, yet she was patient and
passed away without a struggle at
12:30 p. m., June 12, 1919. It was
just seven months since she was call called
ed called on to give up her loving husband,
who died Nov. 13, 1918, and she has
gone to meet him in the great beyond.
It is comforting to think of her ster sterling
ling sterling spirit a trest over yonder, and
how upright must her crown be. v
On December 3, 1872, she was mar married
ried married to Leonard Guthery.; Her maiden
name was Miss Mary Isabelle Thom Thomas,
as, Thomas, and she resided at Rochelle at the
time of her marriage. To the union
were born ten children, seven of
whom survive her. They are J. J.,
W. A. and B. J. Guthery. Mrs. Eason
Carlton, Mrs. R. E. VanNess and
Misses Clem and Emma Guthery, also
one brother, S. A. Thomas of Ro
chelle. Only her two younger daugh
ters were at her bedside
On the morning of June 13th her
body was laid to rest in the family
burying ground near Hudson, and the
funeral was attended by a host of
sorrowing friends and relatives. The
casket and mound were covered with
How we miss her gentle presence
and our hearts go out in tender sym sympathy
pathy sympathy to the sorrowing children who
will miss her most.
Safe in the arms of Jesus,
Safe on his gentle breast,
There by his love o'ershadowed,
Sweetly her soul shall rest.
Washington, June 28 -President Wilson, in an address
to the American people, on the occasion of signing the
treaty, made a plea for the acceptance of the treaty and
covenant of the league of nations without change or reser reservation.
vation. reservation. This message was given out by Secretary Tumul Tumulty.
ty. Tumulty. Official Report Received
Washington, June 28. The official report transmitted
to the state department said: "The president and the
American delegation completed signing the peace treaty
at 3:14 o clock Paris time. It was signed by Dr. Mueller'
at 3:12 and Dr. Johannes at 3:13 for the Germans.
Americans Signed First
Versailles, June 28. The other delegations, headed
by the British, signed after the American plenipotentiaries
in the order in which they are set forth in the treaty.
General Smnts, one of the delegates representing the
Union of South Africa, signed the treaty under protest.
He objected to certain territorial settlements.
News Came by : Special Circuit
Washington, June. News of the signing of the peace
treaty .was received in Washington over a special govern
ment circuit between Versailles and Washington. Instan Instantaneous
taneous Instantaneous transmission came to the department with London,
Newfoundland and New York the only relay points on the
long stretch. 4 ...
Wilson Leaves Paris Tonight
Washington, June 28 President Wilson and his party
leave Paris tonight for Brest, to sail for home. Secretary
Tumulty was notified that the president has consented
to an officii reception on his arrival at New York, A com
mittee of citizens, through Tumulty, has asked to be al allowed
lowed allowed to prepared an unofficial greeting.
GAS GAVE OUT
About 1 o'clock today, there was
a break in some of the machinery
at the gas plant, in consequence of
which the Star's linotype machine
was put out of business. We had
barely enough force to set our dis dispatches,
patches, dispatches, and all other matter had
Berlin, Thursday, June 2G.(By the
Associated Press) The German gov government
ernment government headed by Philipp Scheide Scheide-niann
niann Scheide-niann had planned to refuse to sign
the peace treaty and to permit the al allied
lied allied troops to march into Germany
as far as the Elbe, where it would be
attacked by strong German forces,
the Danzig correspondent of the
Tageblatt declares in a dispatch de describing
scribing describing the details of a secret plan
to create a separate state in north northeastern
eastern northeastern Germany. The plan failed
because of jealousies and differences
of opinion between the government
and the army leaders, the correspond
IT BEGINS AN EPOCH
We are showing a fine line of
Bathing Caps. See them before buy
ing. Gerig's Drug tSore. 28-tf
Call phone 417 and eret our nrices
on vegetable tins, all sizes. Clarkson
Hardware Co. 20-9t
Versailles, June 28. The creden
tials of Dr. Hermann Mueller and Dr.
Johannes Bell, the German plenipo
tentiaries sent here to sign the treaty
of peace, were approved this morning.
Berlin, June 28. It is officially an announced
nounced announced that the government is in
complete control of Hamburg. No
fighting has been reported in the city
and it is said sufficient troops are ar arriving
riving arriving to insure a restoration of norm normal
al normal conditions.
Pershing Stadium, France, June 28.
Canada defeated America at base baseball,
ball, baseball, two to one today. The contest
, was the only event at .the stadium.
It was a well played game and the
players were heartily cheered by the
AIDING CRIPPLED SOLDIERS
TO OBTAIN EMPLOYMENT
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. & P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, xnets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and The Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
J. H. Spencer, E. R.
E. J. Crock, Secretary
Latest music at THE BOOK SHOP.
New ICED TEA
SETS at THE
There will be hot rolls and hot cin cinnamon
namon cinnamon buns. Just follow the crowd.
No appetite? Then take a bottle of
PEPTONA. Only one dollar at Gerig's
Drug Store. 28-tf
A big supply of Beggarweed and
Sorghum Seed now on hand at the
Ocala Seed Store. Phone 435. tf
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician aad
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose amd
Threat- Law Library Building, Ocala,
Our buyer has just returned from
New York. Watch for new goods in
many lines. THE BOOK SHOP. 27-3t
Whether you use glass or tin for
canning purposes, see us before lay laying
ing laying in your season's supplies. Clark Clark-son
son Clark-son Hardware Co. Phone 417. 20-9t
There will be hot rolls and hot cin cinnamon
namon cinnamon buns. Just follow the crowd.
Another shipment of the famous
Alma Zada Face Powder in at Gerig's
Drug Stcre. 28-tf
Buick Six at a bargain. Apply at
the Maxwell Agency, Ocala. tf
Eastman Kodaks and Films to be
had in Ocala only at Gerig's Drug
A light, valve-in-head Oakland Six,
five-passenger car, absolutely perfect
condition in every respect. A bargain.
R. R. Carroll, Ocala. 24-6t
Small want ads. will sell big things.
Mr. Z. C. Chambliss, Ocala, Fla.:
Dear Sir: The Jacksonville War
Camp Community Service joins with
the U. S. Employment Service in re
questing your co-operation in spread spreading
ing spreading throughout your locality the fol
We are sure that you are interest
ed in the work of the Federal Board
for Vocational Education in its ef
forts to aid disabled, discharged sol
diers. The work of the federal board
simply means that every man who is
disabled from the army with a dis
ability of 10 per cent, or more, has
the right to ask for and receive train
ing in some phase of work in which
his disability will not interfere.
These disabilities mean to be dis
abled in the light of his former occu
pation. For instance a man might be
perfectly healthy in every way but a
gun shot wound or some other dis
ability might make it utterly impos impossible
sible impossible for him to return to his old
work, and in this case he would be
more than 10 per cent, disabled, and
would of course come under the pur
view of the law.
Mr. E. E. Griggs, vocational advis
or and field agent for the federal
board, is now on a tour through Flor
ida, and if you know of any disabled
soldiers in your community whoa
you think should be brought to Mr.
Griggs' attention, we would appre appreciate
ciate appreciate any effort that you made look looking
ing looking toward bringing them to his at attention.
tention. attention. Mr. Griggs' itinerary will
Tampa, June 29 to July Cth, at Red
Key West, July 7th to 9th, at Red
Miami, July 10th to 14th, at Red
West Palm Beach, July 17th, at the
Tallahassee, July 17th, at the post post-office.
office. post-office. Marianna, July 18th and 19th, at
Red Cross headquarters.
Pensacola, July 21st and 22nd, at
War Camp Communty Service, secre secretary
tary secretary office.
We are deeply interested in this
work, and realize that many disabled
men have gotten out of service who
are unaware of their rights under
this law, and we would appreciate
your aid in helping to get this infor information
mation information as widely disseminated as
possible. Very truly yours,
Phil W. Huffmann,
Assistant Secretary,' Jacksonville War
Camp Community Service.
Paris, June 27. (By the Associat Associated
ed Associated Press.) The sojourn of President
Wilson in Europe will come to an end
tomorrow when he starts homeward
immediately after the signing of the
peace treaty. All arrangements for
his departure have been completed
and the special presidential train will
leave the Gare Des Invalidcs at 9:30
Saturday evening. It will arrive at
Brest on Sunday morning where the
president will board the steamship
George Washington, which sails
On his arrival in the United States
President Wilson will go straight to
Washington to lay before Congress
the results of the peace conference.
He will leave soon afterward for an
extended tour of the country for the
purpose of explaining directly to the
people all questions relating to the
peace treaty and the league.
The president goes back to the
United States more than astisfied, his
friends say, with the net results of
the conference, and, all things con
sidered, it is his opinion that the con
ference has been a wonderful suc
cess While it is regarded as a disad disadvantageous
vantageous disadvantageous peace for Germany, yet
against this it is held that Germany
committed a great wrong, and quite
naturally and inevitably must make
just reparation ffor that wrong.
But outside of German results, the
conference is viewed in presidential
quarters as liberating peoples who
never before had a chance of liberty,
such as Poland, Jugo-Slavia and
Czecho-Slovakia. Also the conference
is credited with banding together the
people of the world to make the
peace regime enduring. Other large
results, it was pointed out, are the
giving -of a charter to labor, remov removing
ing removing restrictions on international in intercourse
tercourse intercourse and many other interna international
tional international results which cap be summed
up as "a colossal business, such as the
world never dreamed of before."
Today: Louis Bennison in "Oh,
Johnny!" Sunshine comedy.
Monday: 'William Desmond in
"Life's a Funny Proposition." L-Ko
Wednesday: Gladys Brockwell iii
"The Pitfalls of a Great City." Mutt
Thursday: Evelyn Nesbit and her
son, Russell Thaw; in "The Woman
Friday: Mae Marsh in "The Racing
Strain" and Interantional News.
NOTICE TO U. D..C.
The members of Dickison Chapter,
U. D. C, are invited to a quilting to
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.
Mrs. S. R. Whaley,
3t Corresponding Secretary.
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 secure
emblems and membership cards from
headquarters for these new members.
Mr. Rogers also states that Ocala
needs to make the best showing possi possible
ble possible at thi3 time in view of the big
publicity which is being given us free
by the state association in the next is issue
sue issue 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
Girls, come and see those pretty
white ivory powder- puff boxes we
have just received. Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store. 20-Ct
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America's meat product last year
was twenty billion pounds.
Dr. Epitacio Pessoa, president of
Brazil, the second of American na nations,
tions, nations, is visiting the United States.
Accordingto the, new tax law, cof coffins
fins coffins with silver handles are listed ai
jewelry. As we are in no danger of
clrcr hiTriorl in rm o tnic Hrp Tint.
The presidential bee is buzzing
loudly in the bonnet of Hi Johnson of
California. Three years ago Johnson
looked to us as being of presidential
size, but since then he has shrunk.
"Vorwaerts," the leading Berlin
newspaper, frankly says that the.
duration of the peace treaty depends
on force that is, that the Germans
will break it as soon as they are able.
The automobile has abolished one
Ocala institution; namely, "Lover's
Lane.' The lovers have to sidestep so
frequently and suddenly to keep from
being run over that they have aban abandoned
doned abandoned the lane.
Funny paper says that George
Washington had his first carriage
ride when he took a hack at the cher cherry
ry cherry tree, but most everybody in this
country has gone to riding in taxis
and forgotten what a hack is.
The soldiers in the army have prec precious
ious precious little use for those two hulking
brutes, Willard and Dempsey, who
are willing to fight for money, but
kept out of the army when the coun country
try country needed real fighting men.
Today is the fifth anniversary of
the murder of the Archduke Francis
Ferdinand of Austria and his mor morganatic
ganatic morganatic wife at Sarajevo the act
"which Germany and Austria used as
a pretext for beginning the world
After sixteen months of continuous
and excellent publication, the Start
and Stripes, the official paper of the
American Expeditionary Force, has
suspended on account of the men whb
conducted it being ordered home. The
Stars and Stripes made a profit of
$700,000, which the soldiers intended
PfcPESV RUN CLEAR
STOP. VJ WE M UE OMM u&ct&.
Ho To Cur
MICKEY IS THE STAR'S DEVIL
should go to French orjisans, but by
a ruling of the judge Advocate gen
eral the money mast, go to the gov government.
ernment. government. It is to be hoped that Con Congress
gress Congress will sea tt the money goes
to the orphans as the men intended
it. They earned the money and had
a right to give it to whoever they
In the Palm Beach Post, Joe Ear-
man tells the following story, which
is good, even if it is old:
In the days that are gone, railroad
passenger train conductors had great
influence in Florida.
In the days that are gone negro
preachers attended many confer conferences.
ences. conferences. In traveling to and from these con conferences
ferences conferences and their homes, they usual usually
ly usually traveled at night, and the first
thing that they would do after board boarding
ing boarding the train would be to remove their
Somehow or another, this action
would cause the conductor much an annoyance.
noyance. annoyance. The reason may be surmised.
After obtaining this comfort, the
next thing the negro preacher would
do was to put his head on the back
of the seat, open his mouth, go to
sleep and drag in insects.
One time a particular conductor
had about twenty-nine of these
preachers in a combination car, and
ah he went through, taking up tickets,
he would "cuss" and growl inwardly.
He was not very well and a doctor
had prescribed quinine.
In going through this car where
the preachers were traveling, he saw
one with his head back and mouth
open, whereupon he suddenly remem remembered
bered remembered the quinine, emptied the con contents
tents contents of a five-grain capsule and then
placed it on this negro preacher's
A few minutes afterwards, he re returned
turned returned through the car when the
preacher stopped him and asked:
"Cap'n is dar a doctor on dis hey ah
The conductor replied viciously,
"No! This ain't no hospital."
Whereupon, the preacher asked,
"Could you get me a doctor at the
The conductor asked, "What do you
want with one?"
To which the reverend replied,
"From the way my mouth tasteses I
sho mus' have busted my gall.
There is a long explanation in the
Literary Digest as to why American
soldiers don't like the French. Judg Judging
ing Judging by what most of the men who
have returned to this vicinity say,
Americans do like the French. We
don't know whether our boys had bet better
ter better luck than some of the others, or
whether they make more allowances,
but they make mighty little com complaint.
plaint. complaint. Most of the Americans in the
A. E. F. saw the worst of France at
the worst time of its history. Wheit
the war ended, our boys wanted to
get home at once, and they would
have been discontented in Paradise.
The principal reason for whatever
trouble they had in France was the
lack of a common language. They
couldn't understand the French and
the French couldn't understand them.
Some of the French overcharged our
men, but in that they were no differ different
ent different from millions of our own people,
who have made every dirty dollar
they could out of the war. When all
the Americans are home, and have
time to rest and think things over,
they will fully appreciate France, and
the traditional friendship of America
for that brave and self-sacrificing na nation
tion nation will be greater than ever.
It is a very peculiar thing that dur
ing the administration of Sidney J.
Catts as governor of Florida he has
lost the confidence and admiration of
a great majority of those men who
are largely responsible for his elec
tion to the governor's chair. Than Dr.
Cox the governor had no warmer or
stauncher friend. That he did a great
deal toward putting the governor in
the executive chair goes without say
ing. But he is only one of many in
the same fix. Now he adds another to
the list in Representative Phillips,
who was admittedly one of the
strongest and most able men in the
legislature. -J acksonville Metropolis.
Catts throws overboard his old
friends because he hopes by so doing
to make others more useful in his
race for the Senate.
Catts has made himself the laugh laughing
ing laughing stock of the state by his storv of
the Tampa men, whose names he
doesn't remember, first offering him
$50,000 not to call the extra session
of the legislature and then threaten
ing to kill him if he did. None of the
laughing, however, comes from the
Tampa Tribune office, from which in instead
stead instead exudes a thick silence much
louder than words. If Catts tells a
few more yarns like that, a lunacy
commission will call on him some
Secretary Daniels may be a great
man, but he seems to be taking ad advantage
vantage advantage of his position to vent his
personal spite on the members of the
Navy League, many of whom have
served the country loyally and effic efficiently.
iently. efficiently. In some way or other I can't adjust
the letter of the highest state official
with the financial conditions which
exist. It seems that Governor Catts
wrote a congratulatory letter to the
state comptroller m which he said: "I
cannot let this opportunity pass with-
--r- -"i& mjr appreciation ox
the economical manner in which the
ordinary expenses of the state gov government
ernment government have been conducted since I
became governor." And about the
time he was inscribing that missive
notices were being sent out from Tal Tallahassee
lahassee Tallahassee saying that thi3 year's tax
levy was the highest ever known in
Floridaone hundred per cent higher
than four years ago! It seems to me
that things don't jibe as they should;
as the cogs mesh there seems to be
a sort of grating. I'm going to say
right here that I fear someone pulled
the "econ" page from the governor's
dictionary before he fully read up on
"economical." Uh-huh. Thorn in the
Palm Beach Post.
Several other pages missing from
the gov's dictionary. The bull page
is there in full force, however.
Every American division along the
Rhine has a newspaper of its own.
The Star has just received from Ed Eddie
die Eddie Lopez, with the Third Division, a
copy of "The Watch on the Rhine,"
that division's paper, published at
Andernach. It is quite a paper, of
eight pages and well-filled, and is
said to have a circulation of 30,000.
The Third Division is now out in the
country east of the Rhine, ready to
advance if the Germans do not sign
It looks like Ocala should be able
to find a place in the Florida Base Baseball
ball Baseball League. The league is made up
of Tampa, Bradentown, Lakeland,
Jtfartow, Orlando and Sanford, and
Ocaal has as- good men as any in those
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. L. M.
11 a. m. Public worship.
8 p. m. Public worship.
Wednesday 8 p. m., mid-week
The pastor will preach at the morn morning
ing morning service on "The Supply of Our
Need," and inTthe evening on "Mount
Sinai and Mount Zion."
All are cordially welcomed to wor worship
ship worship with us.
The session of the church will meet
at the close of Sunday school.
John R. Herndon, Pastor.
Second Sunday After Trinity
8 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. -Morning prayer and ser sermon.
mon. sermon. Subject, "Religion Not Accept Acceptable
able Acceptable to the Unspiritual."
8 p. m. Evening prayer and ser sermon.
mon. sermon. Baptist
During the Sunday school hour
there will be a special program ren rendered
dered rendered appropriate to Christian edu education,
cation, education, the special topic being "A
Church that Went to School." Sunday
school interestis growing. Officers,
teachers and pupils are working.
At the 11 o'clock hour the pastor
will speak on "Some Thoughts on
At 7 p. m. the junior and senior
unions meet, using separate programs
and roms. An interesting hour is
promised all who attend either of the
B. Y. P. U's.
At 8 p. m. the pastor's subject will
be "A Converted Tax Collector."
After the evening sermon the ord ordinance
inance ordinance of baptism will be administer administered
ed administered to to two young ladies.
C. M. Brittain, Pastor.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Let eevry member of our Sunday
school.be present and bring a liberal
offering for the orphanage at Enter Enterprise.
prise. Enterprise. Fifth Sunday collections go to
support of the orphanage.
11 a. m. Preaching by the pastor.
Subject, "The New Era."
7 p. m. Senior Epworth League.
8 p. m. Preaching by the pastor.
Subject, "Glorying in the Cross."
8 p. m. Wednesday, prayer meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Topic, "The Power of Example."
Our prayer meetings are helpful.
Come and take part.
Tomorrow, the fifth Sunday, is or orphanage
phanage orphanage day, and we will take an of offering
fering offering for the orphans.
You are most cordially invited to
worship with us.
Smith Hardin, Pastor.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Mrs Mrs-Jennie
Jennie Mrs-Jennie Whitfield, superintendent.
St Philip's Catholic
For the summer months, divine ser services
vices services will be held as follows:
9 a, m. every first Sunday of the
month. 10 a. m. the other Sundays.
5 p. m., vespers every Sunday.
Sunday school 8 a. m. every first
Sunday, 9 a. m. other Sundays.
Every day service at 7 a. m.
' All sincere Christians are welcome.
Rev. D. Bottolacio.
Christian Science Society
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service.
8 p. m. Wednesday.
Reading rooii Commercial Bank
building, second floor, onen daily ex-
cept Sunday, from 3 to 5 p. m.
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Honey than any other
ontraMor In t city.
As trustee in bankruptcy for the
Hillsborough Lumber Company, a cor corporation,
poration, corporation, bankrupt, I hereby give no notice
tice notice that bids are requested for all of
the assets of said bankrupt. Sched Schedules
ules Schedules of said assets and appraisers'
report can be found in the office of II.
P. Baya, deferee, Curry building,
Tampa, Florida, or at my office, room
5 Roberts building," Tampa, Florida.
Bids to be submitted to me or to ref referee
eree referee on or before July 1, 1919, upon
which day a meeting of the creditors
will be held for the purpose of receiv receiving
ing receiving bids and acting tnereon.
W. LESLIE BROWN,
Trustee for Hillsborough Lumber
Company, a Bankrupt. 6-27-tf
And Socr Stcznch Caused THa
Lady Much Ssffem. Blict
Meadorsrllle, Ky. Mrs. Pearl Pat Patrick,
rick, Patrick, of this place, writes: "I was
very constipated. I had sour stomach
and was so uncomfortable. I went to
the doctor. He gave me some pills.
They weakened me and seemed to
tear up my digestion. They would
gripe me and afterwards H seemed
I was more constipated than before.
I aeard of Black-Draught and de decided
cided decided to try it I found it Just what I
needed. It was an easy laxative, and
not bad to swallow. My digestion soon
Improved. I get well of the sour stom stomach,
ach, stomach, my bowels soon seemed normal,
no more griping, and I would take a
dose now and then, and was In goJd
I cannot say too much for Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught for it is the finest laxative
one can use."
. Thedford'a Black-Draught has for
ENLny years been found of great value
In the treatment of stomach, liver and
be.wel troubles. Easy to take, gentlt
and reliable in its action, leaving no
aad after-effects, It has won the praise
of thousands of people who hare used
Next to Fire
h -nr" fix i?j
rl : 1 JO
The success of a bank is
determined by its ability to
serve the public in taking care
of its funds and aiding in de developing
veloping developing its commercial inter inter-prises.
prises. inter-prises. That is why our bank banking
ing banking business is continually
ComiorfabIeBus Will Until Further Notice
Run Between Ocala and Silver Springs on
Sundays and Thursdays on the following
Schedule, Leaving Ocala from Court House.
Lv. Ocala Lv. Silver Spgs.
1:30 P. 31 2:00 P. M.
3:30 P. M 4:00 P. JL
5:30 P. M 7:00 P. M.
7:30 P. 31.....". 8:00 P. 31.
9:20 P. 31 10:00 P. 3L,
EcL CarnmieSnaelg Proprietor
RIow Is The Time To
Help lis Give You? Good Service
We need your help during this hot weather. Everybody is calling
for prompt service everybody needs OUB ICE.
Do your share be sure that 'the ice man is not delayed at your
home have the ice money or the coupon ready when ht comes
make it as easy for us to serve our neighbor as you want us to
We know you will help us thank you.
Four Great Records
Only a small part of the story of the unusual perform
nce of the Overland is a matter of record. In the last few
weeks, however, from Oklahoma City, Boston, and Los
Angeles have came reports of remarkable tests that prove
the power, endurance and dependability of Model 90 cars.
Now comes Harrishurg with a new world's record of
70Z5 miles a day for 5 days without motor stop, sealed
n high geor. A Model 90 stock car performed this remark remarkable
able remarkable endurance feat. Let us show'you a duplicate of this car.j
B. F. CONDON
Made I NUetr Fir PiMeerer Touria Car. f9tS L w
Lv. Ocala Lv. Silver-Spgs.
9:00 A. 31 2:00 P. 31.
1:30 P. 31 4:00 P. 31.
3:30 P. 31 7:00 P. 31.
5:30 P. 31... 8:00 P. 31.
9:30 P. 31 10:00 P. 31.
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1919
How Do You Spend Your Sundays ?
"Give Your Better Selt a Chance"
Are Cordially Invited
Sunday School and Church
Tomorrow at the
Good Music and Earnest Gospel Preaching
Come and Spend a Cool, Comfortable flonr With Us.
1; f Buff J! 111
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If you have any society items for
the Star, please phone five-two-three.
Mrs. H. M. Hampton is a visitor to
Miss Theo Wallis has returned from
a brief visit to Gainesville.
Master Ed Moody of St. Petersburg
is a guest of George Blowers.
Mr. Harry Brown of Tampa is
greeting his many friends in this city.
There will be hot Mis and hot cin cinnamon
namon cinnamon buns. Just follow the crowd, ti
Wise and Otherwise
Silver Springs is the only center of
gravity, as far as Ocalans are con concerned.
cerned. concerned. They ride the fastest who ride
Ben Franklin and Dan Webster
worked more than twelve hours a day
for forty years, so history says.
poleon: I make circumstances."
Misses Mildred Crosby and Frances
Lummus left for Lake City today to
enjoy a visit with friends.
Mrs. H. C. Williams and little son
returned yesterday from Dunnellon,
where they were the guests of relatives.
Mrs. Thomas Sexton, Mrs. M. O.
Wallis and daughter Nell, were among
the Ocala people attending the Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship picnic yesterday.
Mrs. J. G. Kershaw, of Cocoa, ar arrived
rived arrived in the city yesterday and is the
guest of her mother, Mrs. J. W.
Crosby, on Oklawaha avenue.
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 Donnie Sims returned yester
day from a two weeks' vacation spent
with relatives at Anthony, and is
again at her post in Frank's store.
Mr. Hugh Nichols and young son
returned from Jacksonville yesterday,
driving through this city to their
home in Wildwood in a new Chalmers
We Guarantee Every Eclipse Gas Range for 5 yr.
There is an Eclips to fill any need. 10 discount for the
next thirty days.
HE THE A COMP.
SUNDAY EXCURSION MATES
TO WpRTHINGTON SPRINGS
Now In Force On the A. C L. Sunday round
Trip Fares are as Follows
Candler .. .. 2.11
Lady Lake ..... 2.43
Lowell .... 1.40
Oklawaha .. ............... 2.21
Orange Lake 1.19
Rochelle . .86
Weirsdale . .. I 2.27
Let us name you prices on pint,
quart and half-gallon Mason fruit
jars, any quantity. Clarkson Hard
ware Co. Phone 417.
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger and daughter,
Miss Adele Bittinger, will leave on
the early morning tram for Jackson
ville, from whence they sail for New
in it he ne, nM, frt t nnt f it
which is more an can be of the
neaa oi tne iacviv-
UTT 1 TM1 r.'.
-uncie y4the inquisitive
little niece, "if the faVw J.
skirts any narrower
new what would we doT"
"youll wear them, of course.'
m 9 m
What is so rare as a day in Jo
The day the Germans sign the pe
Mrs. A. S. Clark and little son will
arrive in the city the early part of
next week, to be guests of Mrs. S. A.
Standley, at her home on Oklawaha
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
Mr. D. E. Swindell arrived in the
city last night from Savannah, Ga.,
to accompany his wife, who has been
visiting her mother Mrs. J. H. Brooks,
back to their home in that city.
Mrs. M. G. Chambers left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon on the limited to spend the
summer in Laconia, N. H. Mrs.
Chambers will make the trip by boat,
sailing from Jacksonville Sunday via
the Clyde Line steamer Huron.
A big supply of Beggarweed and
Sorohum Seed now on hand at the
Ocala Seed Store. Phone 435. tf
ALSO SPECIAL WEEK END RATES
Train No. 40 leaves Ocala 1.45 p. m., arrives
Worthington Springs 4.38 p. m. Train No. 9 leaves
Worthington Springs 7.08 p. m., arrives Ocala 10.13
CHICKEN SUPPER AT HOTEL IN TIME TO
TRANSFER AND STORAGE .COMPANY
Issued on Cotton,
We have first class trucks with competent drivers, and our
equipment will move you qomplete no matter what you possess.
L LEE IS dTln
Which are the- live business houses of a town. Printer's ink users. Eea?
Mrs. B. F. Borden and children ex
pect to leave for Lake Weir the early
part of the week to spend the balance
of the summer. They will occupy the
home of Mrs. Kate Clements, who is
going north for the summer.
Miss Louise Toffaleti, who recent
lv crraduated from the busmess de
partment at St. Joseph's convent in
St. Augustine, has accepted a position
with the Dunnellon Phosphate Co. and
will assume her new duties Monday.
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
Master Hubert Bitting celebrated
his birthday this afternoon by enter
taining some of his boy friends with
a motion picture party. The follow
ing were Master Hubert's guests:
Walter Preer, Doyle Smith, -Vermaii
Thomas, Johnson Rivers, Eustis
Fouth, Billy Knight, Harold Williams,
Allen Cameron and Edgar Roberts.
Miss Elizabeth Wetherbee left this
afternoon for an extended visit to
relatives in Massachusetts. She ex expects
pects expects to stop with her cousins, Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick Wood at the
Carlton hotel, Boston, proceeding to
the home of Dr. Roswell Wetherbee,
at Cambridge, Mass., which she will
make her headquarters. Her trip will
include Acton, Concord and Bedford,
and she sails from Jacksonville to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow in comDanv with Mrs. Jake
Brown and party.
Mrs. Jake Brown and Miss Helen
Brown left this afternoon on the lim limited
ited limited for Jacksonville, where they will
go aboard the Clyde liner Huron to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, sailing for New York ,to
spend the remainder of the summer.
Mrs. Brown and Mrs. C. L. Bittinger
have rented a cottage for the season
at White Lake, N. Y., and will be join joined
ed joined in Jacksonville by Miss Nellie
Gottlieb, who is the guest there of
Mrs. Herbert Lattner, formerly of
What has become of the old-fash
ioned man who followed McAdoo's ad-1 1
vice and wore patches on the seat of
Speaking of useless waste, recalls
to mind an Ocala matron who has
committed to memory the "fourteen
points" that she may be able to dis
cuss intelligently the league of na nations.
tions. nations. She has long since learned
that "beyond the Rhine lies Germany."
"Sunshine" says, "Don't get mar married
ried married unless you are a good liar in
fact, a mighty good liar say a liar
One of Ocala's sweetest young la ladies
dies ladies announces that she "is going into
the movies." Yes, we saw her going
in Friday afternoon.
Some people believe everything
they hear, but nothing else.
It's fly time and time flies; it's get getting
ting getting near to the first of July.
"No," said Aunt Mary to Uncle
Billy, upon his return home from a
fortnight's visit to the metropolis,
"though your letters were slow in
coming, I really have no reason to
suspect that they were sent out by
Ocala goes over the top every day
at the cool drink stands for Uncle
There are phantomlike reports that
tell of a possible well, their friends
hope the shadows will materialize.
Vanishing youth why does it go
so fast? It seems that in the days
"when life and love were very young,"
our waking hours were filled with the
fascination of things pertaining to
ife, its experiences and delights. But
the sands of time change all even
the dearly beloved old swimming hole
(blue sink) is almost a mudhole now.
Our first sweetheart is big and fat
and the father of another woman's
children. We look back on Me now
as from a height, and see the ufter
ridiculousness of it all. But we can't
change it. Things that we have ac
complished have eluded our memory,
and more often our errors only loom
ud to haunt us, and so, we come to
believe with each passing day that
folks are only clay and fondest
dreams but blowing bubbles.
Who in Ocala cares about the
league of nations, peace in Europe or
telegraph strikes? Haven't we enough
to row about in our own little affairs?
The Scientific American says: "The
chemical awakening of the United
States has -been one of the most re
markable outcomes of the recent war.
We have reached a position of inde
pendence which might not have been
attained for centuries."
"Pull Together" is a good motto.
Why not adopt it?
A Jacksonville chicken thief used
an automobile on his raiding expedi expeditions.
tions. expeditions. Well, the blamed things have
an attraction for chickens and things.
The only time women grow touchy
is when they feel their years.
UB MUU tJ till UU1XIU CAblll C,
advises an exchange. This doesn't
include the husband, but be kind to
The Bible says "woman was made
from a rib." We admit some of them
look as if they were made from urn
The well dger is the only fellow
that seems to eet to the bottom of
"The man who never does anything
he doesn't like, rarely likes anything
he does," correctly says Life.
Have you noticed how few men we
hear these days boasting of their
wealth? Perhaps it is because Uncle
Sam has keen listeners to the story
of prosperity, being a side-partner in
all prosperous concerns and big m
The music at Irish wakes was orig
inally for the purpose of driving away
evil spirits. Maybe that is what this
town needs. Let's have an Irish
wake. Question: Would there be any
people in the town left?
Ocala is blessed with several kinds
of currents: electric currents, cross crosscurrents
currents crosscurrents and under-currents. The air
is chuck full of all these especially
Anolo&ries are noor repair for
Tis the good old summer time
watch your house. When a fly gets
(Republished by Request)
can not grieve to give my son
To country's call, in foreign land3
Or if by cruel Hun he might be slain,
I can not say that it would break
I can not count it loss were he to go
And numbered lie amongst our
I can not kneel and say a mother's
That God might spare my boy to
I can not bid him cro into the strife,
And smile with joy as he shall
I can not ask for aught in creed or
Ambitious power, or rule, that he
And yet, my heart is aching day by
For mothers who do know such bit bitter
ter bitter pain,
And struggle how they e'en can bear
They have so much to lose, that we
But Oh! I would so gladly stand the
And give my boy with mother's
With willing heart, nor even .count
The little boy I would have given
Florence Hardy Ottman.
HOUSE AND SIDE
L T. IZUh DL0CK
Having been permanently relieved
from service in the army, I am now
prepared to accept contracts for build
ing work, either house or sidewalk. In
fact, cement sidewalk construction is
my long suit. JOHN THOMSON, -21-8t
S. Orange St., Ocala, Fla.
BABY DAY at the BOOK SHOP.
CALL PHONE 13
When You Want
We call for your work and
make prompt return delivery.'
MARION PRESSING CLUB.
Smith & Garrett, Props.
The annual meeting of stockholder!
of the Clarkson Hardware company
will be held at their office Tuesday,
July 1, 1919, at 8 p. m.
26-tf F. E. Wetherbee, Sec'y.
Send Us Your
OCALA STEAM LAUNDRY
IFUNERAL DIRECTORS and EI72BALI71ERS
No char g 2 for delivery of caskets anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JIL,
Office Phono 10 Might Phones 225 or 423
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each roost. Dining room service is
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $6.
: ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH,
P. O. BOX COG
LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS,
CIRCULARS, FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETS, ETC.
WE NEVER DISAPOINT A CUSTOMER ON A
PROMISE. YOU GET THE JOB WHEN ITS DUE.
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1919
V STANDS FOR VA
. Zr 0ld' WOrn
Let us vulcanize j greatly to
blown-out tires jth of serv
their value and watchword
ice. Thrift is fl aut0 an(j cycle
and today Vulcanizing is as
tires is ssefsed tires as repairing is
Qtfswzha. Ave., Ocala, Fla.
many a man's
rapidly to an
e Gold Bar
There arepexiodi inamaralifb
wfir it is iirrariw Inrfslf
anyuung cut toe est
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)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
3:20 am Jacksonville-New York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pm
2:15 am Tampa-Manatee-
St. Petersburg 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:25 pm Tampa-St. Petersburg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 pm J'cksonville-New York 3:15 am.
1:45 pm. J'ksonvllle-G'inesville 3:35 pm.
6:42 am, J'ksonville-G'nesville 10:13 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 atu.
3:35 pm St. Pefsburg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wilcox -7.40
am. Du'nellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
5:25 pm. Homosassa 1:35 pm.
10:13 pm. Leesburg 6:42 am.
4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am.
Monday, Wednesday. Friday.
Tu8dav. Thursday. Saturday.
UNDERTAKERS and EMBAIMERS
PHONES 47. 104. 305
RAlTi-1 Twenty-five words
or les one time 25 cents.:
three times 50 cents; six
times 75 cents. Over twenty-five
words, and under fif fifty,
ty, fifty, double above rate.
This rate is for consecutive
insertions. Special rate by
the ni th. Try them out.
SHOW LOVE FOR CVfll-DREN
Fondnesa of America dler for the
Little Ones i 0ne of
There aw'"18 against soldiers
fraternl2!r:r,wIth cdn. and If
there werA 13 a Question how many
mor girela we would hare to have
t eaf6 It
$m fondness of the American eoi eoi-diet
diet eoi-diet for children lmnressps itself
epon all who see him. The French rp
znark upon it here alone the Rhine
and sometimes frown. That is because
they do not understand the dough doughboy.
boy. doughboy. The Pollu, when he sees a German,
man, woman or child, thinks of rav ravaged
aged ravaged France and four years of suffer suffering.
ing. suffering. The doughboy, when he sees a
German child, thinks of a little broth brother
er brother or sister or son or daughter back
home. He has already forgotten the
suffering of the battlefield.
The other day I was coming down
the Hheinstrasse when I saw a
doughboy and a German lad of seven
or eight years standing in front of
one of the many toy stores in the
dty. They entered the store. I wait waited
ed waited until they came out, and the boy
walked away with a bundle under his
I asked the soldier about it. As he
turned away I saw he had two wound
stripes. "Maybe it wasn't right and
maybe it was," he said. "Maybe he
Is a Boche, but he's a kid all the same,
and I bought him a Christmas pres present,"
ent," present," Then he laughed, and asked:
"And what do you think the little son
of a gun wanted? A rifle. Letter
In New York Times.
OUR SOLDIER DEAD.
In Flanders fields, where popples blow,
In France where beauteous roses stow.
There let them rest forever sleep.
While we eternal vigil keep
With our heart's love with our soul's
For all our Fallen "Over There."
The sounding sea between us rolls
And In perpetual requiem tolls
Three thousand miles of cheerless space
Lie 'twixt us and their resting- place;
Twas God who took them by the hand
And left them In the stranger land.
The earth Is sacred where they fell fell-Forever
Forever fell-Forever on It lies the spell
Of hero deeds in Freedom's cause,
And men unborn shall come and pause
To say a prayer, or bow the head.
So leave these graves to hold their dead.
Let not our sighing nor our tears
Fall on them through the coming years.
Who on the land, on sea, in alrr
With dauntless courage everywhere.
Their homes and country glorified
Stood to their arms, and smiling died.
Great France will leave no need nor room
That we place flowers, on their tomb
And proudly o'er their resting place.
Win float forever in Its grace.
O'er cross, and star, and symbol tag.
Their own beloved country's flag.
The morning sun will gild with light,
The stars keep holy watch at night.
The winter spread soft pall of snow.
The summer flowers about them grow.
The sweet birds sing their springtime call,
God's love and mercy guard them all.
Annette Kohn, In New York Times.
do you love me 7
Why, certain certainly,
ly, certainly, my dear. Just
'refer to my let letters
ters letters I wrote you
Algerian Women Waking Up.
In no countries have the barriers
which have hedged women in been
broken down to a larger extent by the
war than in Mohammedan countries.
The women in Algiers have taken
charge of the estates and businesses
and handled the money of their hus husbands
bands husbands who have gone to fight or who.
In many cases, have gone to France
to work In munitions plants and facto factories
ries factories for higher wages than those they
can command at home. The women,
seem to have used their new inde independence
pendence independence well. They subscribed heav heavily
ily heavily to the, government loans. The Suffragist.
A man and his wife visited the
Louvre in Paris.
"What struck you most at the
Louvre?' asked one of their friends
when they returned home.
"Oh," replied the husband, -a pic picture
ture picture which represented Adam and
Eve, with the apple and the serpent,"
And his excellent wife chimed, in:
"Yes, we found that very interesting,
because, you see, we know the anec anecdote.'
dote.' anecdote.' London Tit-Bits.
Large Area Mapped In 1918.
Of the total area surveyed and
mapped in detail during the fiscal year
1918 by the United States bureau of
soils, 11,936 square miles lay within the
cotton belt, 4,410 square miles in the
Pacific coast states, and 21,790 square
miles in the remainder of the country.
The Proper Kind.
"They say that pilot gunboats ought
to have signal guns when they go out
In a fog."
T should think they could better
thread their way with a needle gun.
"The Krupp company will not de-
I clare a dividend this year.
"No wonder. Its big guns are prob probably
ably probably afraid of getting fixed thrj
A distinguished scientist has revived
an after-image artlfically by means of
the following experiment: After re remaining
maining remaining In darkness for some minutes,
he flashed a light onto his hand. He
then went to bed in total darkness and
slept through the night. Before open opening
ing opening his -eyes m the morning he again
flashed a light, but this time on his
eyes. By this means he revived the
after-Image of his hand In front of him.
although he had not seen It since the
previous night. San Francisco Chronicle.
Abram Moses, a violinist of Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, is the possessor of what might
be called a barometric violin. Some
time after Mr. Moses bought it, he
noticed that at certain times it ex exhaled
haled exhaled a strange and subtle fragrance,
like an aroma of Oriental incense.
Later, he observed that this fragrance
was noticeable only when the weath weather
er weather was about to become damp. He
obtained the violin In Paris some
years ago when he was studying there.
Inconstancy Ever Unpopular.
Nothing that is not a real crime
makes a man appear so contemptible
and little in the eyes of the
world as Inconstancy, especially when
It regards religion or party. In either
of these cases, though a man perhaps
does but his duty in changing his
side, he not only makes himself hated
by those he left, but Is seldom
heartily esteemed by those he comes
over to. Addison.
More or Less?
Hlckop had decided to turn over a
new leaf, and he couldn't help letting
everybody know. "I have resolved for
the New Year," he said, feeling If his
halo was on straight "that I shall not
drink any more." "But, my dear fel fellow,
low, fellow, protested a Doubting Thomas,
"you couldn't drink any more. The
point is have you resolved to drink
any less?" London Answers.
Understanding Each Other.
Those who fancy themselves not un understood
derstood understood by the people with whom they
have to associate might find some con consolation
solation consolation in the fact that they them themselves
selves themselves are not taking any great trouble
to understand others. We are really
not so complex or peculiar as we often
imagine, and perhaps we are not
worth so much study as we demand.
Reptiles That Shed Their .Skin.
Among the reptiles many, like the
lizards and snakes, shed the whole
skin at once, which they contrive to
cast in a single piece, wriggling out of
the old skin and leaving It behind them
in the form of a hollow sheath, a
mere ghost of the wearer. The frogs
and toads contrive to make some profit
n the transaction, since they eat their
twn castoff garments.
In the United States a billion is a
thousand millions. In Great Britain
ind European countries, the progres progression
sion progression runs regularly, tens of millions,
hundreds of millions, thousands of mil millions;
lions; millions; tens of thousands of millions,
hundreds of thousands of millions,
thousands of thousands of millions,
billions (that is a million of millions).
Willie's Excuse, f
The slang expression "hard-boiled
egg" to denote a disagreeable person
reminds us of a youngster who could
not eat an egg without feeling dis distressed.
tressed. distressed. Chlded one day for speaking
rudely to his aunt, he said: "I can't
help it mother ; she affects me just like
n egg. Boston Transcript.
Troubles ef an Expert.
"Another member of the staff wants
a raise says he can't live on his sal salary
ary salary of $40 a week." Who lsxit?" lsxit?"-"Bullem,
"Bullem, lsxit?"-"Bullem, the bachelor editor of our
woman's page. He writes those inter interesting
esting interesting articles on how to support a
family of four on $15 a week." Bir Birmingham
mingham Birmingham Age-Herald.
v Hard to Break Out of This.
One of the oddest of Jails Is at Clif Clifton,
ton, Clifton, Ariz., which lies In an important
copper region. This Jail comprises four
large apartments hewn in the side of a
hill of sotld quartz. The entrance is
in a boxlike vestibule built of heavy
masonry and the gates have three sets
of steel bars.
Hans was on a visit to his grand grandfather's
father's grandfather's farm, and for the first time
saw a lot of bees making honey. After
looking at them wath deep interest for
a few moments he said : "Well, I must
say they Is certainly a wonderful lot
of little animals."
The highest spire in the world Is
that of Ulm cathedral, which Is 530
feet In height; It was completed In
Thirteen was the sacred number of
the Mexicans and the ancient people
of Yucatan. Their week had 13 days
and they had 13 snake gods.
Earth changes, hut thy soul and
God stand sure. Robert Browning.
TIH1E ALA AT1ITn3AL BM$K
The time is now here for the farmers to buy their
feeders for this fall, and winter. We will be glad to
finance any good farmer in this line of business. Come
in and talk the matter over with us.
Jno. L. Edwards, President.
OVER ONE MILLION DOLLARS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES Six line maximum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance. LOST Poodle dog. White 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 SALE Lot of second hand cook
stoves of all kinds. Have two large
ranges suitable for restaurant; also
patent castings to fit any make' of
stove or range. Acme Stove Hospital,
326 N. Magnolia St, Ocala. 27-tf v
WANTED A second hand bicycle.
Must be in good condition and reason reasonable
able reasonable in price. Address "J. W." care
Star office. 24-3t
FOR SALE One 1916 Chevrolet
touring car in good shape. New tires.
Price $300 cash. Auto Sales Co., Mack
Taylor. Phone 348. 24-6t
WANTED Seco'rd hand household
furniture. Must be cheap.' Address
"Quick Sale," care Star office. 20-6t
FOR SALE A full-blooded White
Plymouth Rock rooster. Phone 121. 6t
JUST RECEIVED A lot of Patent
Castings that fit all makes of Cooking
Stoves. Send in your order now as I
have a limited amount. Acme Stove
Hospital, 326 North Magnolia St. 29tf
WANTED Your repair work on
guns, locks, lawn mowers, etc., at
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. Goods
returned if price is unsatisfactory.
BERNER'S FALSE TEETH SPEC SPECIALTY,
IALTY, SPECIALTY, 175 So. Pearl St., Albany, N.
DR. G. A. H. EDMISTON
Veterinary Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phone 501. Office Phone 123
European plan. Hot and cold runming
water in each room, right in shopping
and theater district.
Main and Adams Streets
Rooms by day. Single. $1 and W.50
Private ths $10 ana $2.00
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
Just in, Lord Baltimore Paper in all
colors, 60 cents the box at Gerig's
Drug Store. 28-tf
There will be hot rolls and hot cin cinnamon
namon cinnamon buns. Just follow the crowd, tf
Use the Star's Unclassified Column
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
Service Station for Moon, Maxwell,
Chalmers and Oakland Cars.
OPEN 6 A. M. to 10 P. M.
Ft. King Ave. and S.
Phone 516, Ocala, Fla.
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 CjOCA AA
condition in every way and looks like new vOOU.UU
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- Ol rCr fA
tion than it looks. Price . vlUOU.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- f f
ing car. Price .. OiDU.VU
One DODGE TOURING CAR, 1917 model. Good mechanical
condition, very good tires, new top. This i3 tfrnA Afl
a good buy. Price vOUU.UU
ONE FORD ROADSTER. New tires, new top. COCA ffl
Excellent condition and looks it- Price.. vOOU.UU
One BUICK FOUR, light model, five-passenger touring car.
Brand new top. Excellent mechanical condition. Body and
upholstering makes nice appearance. The jJJEJQO 00
One OVERLAND TOURING CAR, 1917 model, five-passenger.
Good mechanical condition. Body, top and CjfQ C fA
tires all good. Price ip'fO.UU
One 1917 model MAXWELL TOURING CAR. CCCA flfl
Excellent condition in all respects. Price vOOU.UU
One 1918 model MAXWELL TOURING CAR. OCCA flfl
Good condition throughout. Price.... vOOU.UU
One 1917 model MAXWELL TOURING CAR. &AKC flfl
Good condition. Price MOU.UU
One 1917 model MAXWELL TOURING CAR &Aff flfl
in good shape. Price O'tUU.UU
One four-passenger HUPMOBILE TOURING C1 Cf flfl
CAR in good shape. Price )10U.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 FIRSTJCLASS proposition. This truck
sells today, equipped as it is, for $1050. QCA AH
A real bargain at 3OOUUU
One Ford Tonrino Car a bargain S350
Every car and truck must be as
represented or no sale. Time can
be arranged where desired. Come
in and look them over arid talk
to our Mr. Griffin,
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