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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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EVENIN

Weather forecast: Local showers,
probably south and fair weather in
north portion tonight and Tuesday.
OGALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JUNE 28. 1920.
VOL. 26, NO. 151

PIT
Oil I

Evident That a Bunch of Bitter Factional
Difficulties Must First be
Thrashed Out.

San Francisco, June 28. Isues,
rather than men, furnish the battle battleground
ground battleground for the democratic national
convention.
Candidates cannot be cons'Jert-d
until prohibition, the league of na nations
tions nations and the Irish question have been
fought out on the floor. Contests over
these planks in the party platform
seem inevitable, and the convention is
all set for a stormy time.
McADOO THREW OFF THE MASK
Announcement here last night that
William G. McAdoo would not reject
the democratic presidential nomina nomination
tion nomination overturned the whole situation as
to candidates before the convention
which now is to have its "big three."
RAN THE STEAM ROLLER OVER
REED
Anditorium, San Francisco, June
27. Administration leaders won a
sweeping victory in the democratic
national committee yesterday when
that body recognized the Palmer
group of delegates in the Georgia
contest and refused to give Senator
James A. Reed of Missouri, bitter op opponent
ponent opponent of the League of Nations, a
seat in the convention. The vote to
keep Reed out of the convention was
34 to 12, and came after a long public
hearing and an hour and a half of dis discussion
cussion discussion behind closed doors.
The vote to seat the Georgia Pal Palmer
mer Palmer delegates was unanimous, forty forty-nine
nine forty-nine votes being recorded in their
favor with four committeemen ab absent.
sent. absent. The action of the national Com Committee
mittee Committee in the Georgia contest carries
with it the re-election of Clark How Howell
ell Howell as a member of the national com committee,
mittee, committee, his delegates having selected
him at the time they were named in
Georgia.
The votes by states on the rejection
of Senator Reed's claim to a seat in
the convention was as follows:
For Reed California, Delaware,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Ne Nebraska,
braska, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New
York, North Dakota, Ohio, 12.
Against Reed: Alabama, Arizona,
Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Maine, Maryland,
Masachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi,
Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire
New Mexico, North Carolina. Oregon,
Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South
Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee,
Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia,
Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Ha Hawaii,
waii, Hawaii, Philippines, Porto Rico, 34.
PREPARING FOR THE SCRAP
San Francisco, June 28. The dele delegates
gates delegates and leaders prepared for a
fight over both platform and candi candidates
dates candidates as the democratic national con convention
vention convention assembled today for the open opening
ing opening session. Actual convention work
itself was only preliminary and per per-functory.
functory. per-functory. The keynote speech of
Homer S. Cummings, as temporary
chairman, was the principal feature
of the day's program. Later in the day
the newly selected convention com committees
mittees committees were to furnish the first real
developments as they began the task
of writing the platform, hearing ap appeals
peals appeals from contests over delegate
seats and making up the convention
rules and a slate of permanent con
vention officers. The livest subject of
discussion was the impending prohi prohibition
bition prohibition fight but talk of candidates was
gaining additional attention as rival
managers got down to cases with the
big body of uninstructed and un
pledged delegates.
BY THE BUGLE
An innovation planned for opening
the convention was the silencing of
the gathering by bugle call instead
of the usual pounding of the gavel.
State commissions, similar to the
federal trade commission, to prevent
profiteering is the feature of a plank
on profiteering proposed by Bryan.
IT'S NOT A TURN BUT AN ANGLE
The latest turn of the McAdoo
boom furnished a new angle to the
preliminaries but its precise action
on the relative situation of the can
didates is not yet clear. The Palmer
and Cox managers sought to dis
count the significance of the McAdoo
announcement made last night by
National Committeeman Love of

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Texas that McAdoo would accept the
nomination, without saying whether
he had any direct authorization from
McAdoo. It is apparent, however,
that many McAdoo workers accepted
the Love statement at its face value.
Some delegates declared the develop development
ment development meant that McAdoo would be
an active contender from the start
and in consequence the convention
would have a big three running close
together on the opening roll call, like
the republican convention. Among
the best informed politicians it was
the general opinion that it is too
early to definitely forecast what
would happen.
GLASS HAS THE GOODS
Confidence that Senator Glass had
more than enough votes to elect him
chairman of the committee on resolu resolutions
tions resolutions was asserted today by his man managers.
agers. managers. The resolutions committee
meets soon after the adjournment of
the convention today.
MASON-BECKHAM
The home of Mr. and Mrs. F. B.
Beckham on Daugherty street was
the scene of a quiet wedding this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon when their daughter, Virginia,
became the bride of Mr. Leon Sydney
Mason.
The ceremony was performed in the
music room, which was artistic in its
decorations of ferns and cut flowers, a
color scheme of pink predominating,
and the Rev. W. P. Hines of the
Baptist church using the impressive
ring ceremony.
The youthful bride, who was unat
tended, wore a chic tailor made suit
of navy tricotine, a corsage of bride
roses completing the picture of girlish
loveliness.
Immediately following the cere
mony, Mr. and Mrs. Mason left for a
motor trip which will include Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and points on the east coast,
and upon their return to Ocala expect
to make their home at the Arms
House on Fort King avenue.
Mrs. Mason is the youngest of the
three daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
Beckham, and has grown to young
womanhood in Ocala, where she is
greatly admired, her many friends
congratulating themselves upon the
fact that her marriage does not take
her from among them.
Mr. Mason is the son of Mrs. B. K.
Mason of Blackstone, Va., and has
made many warm friends during his
brief residence in Ocala. At the entry
of his country into the war, he vol
unteered and served two years in the
29th division; 115th ambulance corps,
twelve months of which was spent in
France, where he participated in sev several
eral several active engagements.
Mr .and Mrs. Mason have the sin
cere good wishse of their many
friends for a happy future.
IMPROVEMENT NOTED IN
TRAINMEN'S STRIKE
(Associated Press)
Philadelphia, June 28 General im
prcvement was indicated today in the
trainmen s strike situation, according
to a Pennsylvania railroad state statement.
ment. statement. DRYER DEALT DEATH
(Associated Press)
Pottstown, Pa., June 28. William
Walsh, president and general mana manager
ger manager of the Vulcweld Tire Company,
and James Maney. general superin superintendent,
tendent, superintendent, were killed today by the ex explosion
plosion explosion of a dryer in the plant.
NOTICE OF A CORRECTION
Somehow there seems to be an im impression
pression impression in some localities to the ef effect
fect effect that the lowest rate charged for
accommodations at the Seaside Inn,
Daytona Beach, is fifty dollars per
week, American plan, whereas, the
minimum charge is $3.50 ner day or
$21 per week and up, according to the
rooms selected, or a dollar per day
and up, European Jan.
SEEDS!
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas. cow peas and sorghum
seed. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435.- tf

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CLOSING OF SCHOOL
AT KENDRICK
The following was received nearly
two weeks ago, but in the scramble of
copy caused by the Chicago conven convention,
tion, convention, was overlooked until today. We
beg the writer's pardon and promise
to do better next time:
Wednesday afternoon was most de delightfully
lightfully delightfully spent at Kendrick by all
who attended the school closing. A
basket dinner was furnished by the
pstrons and others. Ice cream, cake
and lemonade were served after
luncheon. All the children enjoyed
ice cream cones on the school grounds.
From 2 o'clock until 3 the pupils
entertained by a special program
conducted by the principal, reciting
many beautiful poetry selections. The
following represented the school on
the program, conducted by Miss Net Nettie
tie Nettie Paetke.
Song, America, by the school.
Poem, "Today," recitation by Ce Cecilia
cilia Cecilia Loos.
Today
Today is come. See! grandly up
The red light breaks in eastern
skies,
Today is ours, tomorrow still
A pearl within God's keeping lies.
Not by the dozen or the score
God gives his days, but one by one,
That our weak souls may never have
More work than may be justly done.
His days, like jewels in the rough,
That we may bring their beautv.
And make them shine. It is enoflgn"
For any life. And yet, alas!
How seldom do we seem to see
The duty lying 'neath our hands
That pleads with us all silently.
A few are workers. They in faith
Receive the time as it is given,
And in their patient, loving hands,
Each day becomes a step toward
heaven.
Their tears are shed to cleanse the
dross,
Their heart's desire are cast afar.
They bring the gem in beauty forth
And make it sparkle like a star.
Ah! could we feel the weight of now,
We should not stand with longing
eyes
And hope to do some noble work
On morrows that may never rise.
Then help us. Lord, to know the way
To bear the toil, to meet the strife,
Tc thread each day a flawless gem
Upon the silver cord of life.
Written by Minnie Byrd Porter of
Tampa, graduate from Hillsborough
high school June 20th, 1918, and a
classmate of the principal, Miss Paet Paetke.
ke. Paetke. Poem, "Dear Old Glory Flag for
Me," by Clara Chappell. Recited with
expression and using the flag while
reciting.
Poem, "Landing of the Pilgrims,"
by Mary Loos.
Selected reading from the Bible by
Hazel Lee.
Recitation, selection from Merchant
of Venice, by Jessie Goolsby.
Psalm 150, read by Miss Paetke.
Others taking part on the program
were Mildred Livingston, Myrtle
Goolsby, Lora Lee. Pietro Clisena,
Herman Baker, B. F. Shealy and
Nuley Shealy.
Class song, "Bringing in the
Sheaves," by the whole school.
Immediately after the program
parents were invited to look at note
books, etc., on exhibition from the
term's work. After thta a watermel watermelon
on watermelon cutting and then farewell.
Miss Paetke will leave Saturday for
Gainesville to attend the summer
normal.
HOW CHARMINGLY AMIABLE
Mrs. Acton: "You were such a
charming debutante, my dear, fifteen
years ago."
Mrs. Ealing: "Was I? I only re remember
member remember you made such a lovely chap chaperon
eron chaperon forme when I came out."
(We're glad nothing like this i3
ever thought of among the Ocala
women).
- Something to sell? Advertise it.

AT In

TENNESSEE MAY

TURN THE THICK
Legislature to be Called August 9th
to Take a Vote on Equal
Suffrage
(Associated Press)
Nashville, June 28. The Tennessee
legislature will be called in special
session Aug. 9th to consider ratifica
tion of the federal suffrage amend amendment,
ment, amendment, it was announced at Governor
Roberts' office today.
MRS. MARY O. WALUS
A score or more of years ago. Mr.
and Mrs. T. H. Wallis made their
home in a pretty cottage at the cor
ner of East Second and South San
chez streets. They had a family con
sisting of two lovely little daughters
and a sturdy boy. Tom Wallis was
one of the most efficient and best
liked traveling men on the road, and
his family soon endeared themselves
to all who knew them as good neigh neighbors
bors neighbors and friends. Another little
daughter came, but this symmetrical
circle was soon after broken by the
death of the husband and father,
whose passing thirteen years ago was
mourned not only in his home city
but everywhere he was known.
The first shock of her grief over,
the mother set herself to the task of
bringing up her little flock, and all
can certify her work has been well
done. Nevertheless, ill can they spare
her, and the hearts of their friends
ache for them in the sorrow that
came in the parting from their mother
Saturday night.
Mrs. Wallis' maiden name was Miss
Mary O. Acosta. She was born in
Fernandina Oct. 14th, 1870. She was
married to Mr. T. H. Wallis of Savan Savannah,
nah, Savannah, Ga., in 1894. She is survived
by four children, Mrs. J. J. Blalock,
Misses Theo and Nellie Wallis and
Mr. Tom Wallis, and four brothers,
Messrs. W. I. Acosta of Metta, Ga..
C. J. Acosta of Bainbridge, Ga., F. J.
Acosta of Mobile, la., and J. A.
Acosta of New York city. All were
with her when t'.e end came except
the brother from New York city.
The funeral service of Mrs. Wallis
is being held this afternoon at the
Catholic church. The pall bearers are
Messrs. L. R. Chazal, T. C. Cobb. J.
M. Thomas,. Harvey Clark, J. G. Par Par-rish,
rish, Par-rish, P. H. Nugent, Alfred Ayer and
D. N. Mathews.
Interment will be made in Green Greenwood.
wood. Greenwood. Mclver & MacKay will have
charge of the arrangements.
JOHN EDGAR PROCTOR
After an illness of over a month of
typhoid fever, Mr. John Edgar Proc Proctor
tor Proctor of Oxford died this morning at
ten o'clock at the Marion County Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. Eight days ago he was brought
to the hospital for treatment but
careful nursing and the best medical
attention was of no avail. Mr. Proctor,
who was only 27 years of age, was
one of the most highly respected and
popular young men of Oxford, and his
death has caused sorrow to scores of
friends. He is survived by his father,
mother, brother and sister. Interment
will be made at Oxford tomorrow aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at four o'clock. Pyles & Per Perkins
kins Perkins are the funeral directors.
JOEL IL REED
Boardman is mourning the loss of
one of its best citizens, Mr. Joel H.
Reed, who died at three o'clock this
morning. He is survived by his wife
and two daughters, Mrs. Paul Bate Bate-man
man Bate-man of this city and Mrs. Ernest Met Met-calf
calf Met-calf of Jacksonville. Interment will
take place at Mcintosh this afternoon
at 5 o'clock. The many friends of
this family sympathize with them in
the loss of their beloved husband and
father. Pyles & Perkins have charge
of the funeral arrangements.
JA.11 the orertllj Lara left Is tat air
Cj debonair.
All things com t hlsa wha waits
tfren lower prices.
This Idea of wearing overall!
Ctesn't lore a fat man.
If extravagance be fashionable a lot
of people are out of style.
Sugar la a necessity, bat Its price
la figured on a hurry basis.
Armenia, as a new republic, should
cease t be a chronic beggar.
The political pot will soon be calling
the etker party's kettle black.
Somebody with a heart should bf
given a mandate aver the wrath r.
No need to communicate with Mara
we have troubles enough of aur own.
Very few women balx at bungalow
aprons because they Btuau
Iowa.

PITIFUL FATE

Df
Rtpatriated Soldiers on Their Wa
Home Drowned by Thousands in
a Russian River
( Associated Press)
London, June 28. Two thousand
British, Austrian, German and Fin Finnish
nish Finnish prisoners of war were drowned
when a bolshevik steamer sank re
cently in the Neva river, according to
a Helsingfors dispatch to the Centra
News. A Reuters report from Stock-
hol mtends to confirm this, a dispatch
having been received saying a ship
sunk June Gth with 2000 repatriated
prisoners aboard. It does not mention
the loss of life, however.
SHOOTING IS BETTER THAN
STARVING
London, June 28. Two are dead
and 80 wounded as a result of food
riots in Hamburg.
ANARCHISTS SUPPRESSED AT
ANCONA
Rome, June 28. Quiet has been re
stored by the troops in Ancona, the
anarchists who have been ccreating
the disturbance retiring to the su
burbs. There have been over a hun hundred
dred hundred arrests. Three anarchists were
killed.
DYNAMITE ON THE MENU
Limerick, June 28. The railroad
hotels here were attacked today by
unidentified persons. Two bombs
were thrown. There were no casual
ties, however.
MEMORIAL DAY
Allen Rodgers)
Another memorial day has come
and gone and Father Time marks
down one more year from a conflict
in which half of the human family
wbs involved, and millions of its peo people
ple people destroyed.
But this day, set aside by the gov government,
ernment, government, in honor of the soldier
dead took on the aspect of an inter international
national international day, for dispatches tell us
that the great republic across the
waters "made the day its very own.
Over a million francs were sub subscribed
scribed subscribed to buy flowers for American
graves and 125 American soldiers
buried in 125 different places were
honored the same as those buried in
groups of hundreds and thousands.
Looking from this place across the
Atlantic it seems good that a great
people who fought for the same ideals
wore equally as kind to ours as their
own devoted dead.
To the writer, in common with many
ether Americans, the day in France
conies home with something more
than natriotic significance and helns
the hope, and binds belief to the
heart that our personal loss was a
possible gain to the rest of the race,
and the flowers that fell soo freely in
foreign lands on the graves of our
loved ones should bind us close to
those who honored them.
It is a matter of regret, however,
that a number of soldiers buried right
near us were not so honored at home,
and a matter of something more than
reeret that this great government has
allowed them to lay for over three-
quarters of a century in graves un unmarked
marked unmarked by monument or other emblem
to tell the take of their supreme sac sacrifice
rifice sacrifice to love of country.
From Remus and Romulus to the
last of the Caesars the story of Rome
was told in stone, monuments were
everywhere built commemorating its
highty deeds and statues were erected
to its gods and great men.
It was near the statue of Cicero
that Julius Caesar fell, and to this
statue Brutus turned when he ex exclaimed,
claimed, exclaimed, "Rejoice now, father of they
country, for Rome is free."
So long as they built monuments
and erected statues the enire world
paid tribute to its growing power,
but when they ceased to build monu monuments
ments monuments and began the erection of colos colossal
sal colossal buildings for the brutal amuse amusement
ment amusement of the populace; when they
turned from these milestones that
marked its mighty past, and fixed
their gaze upon the bloody gladia gladiatorial
torial gladiatorial contest of the amphitheaters,
the sun of its civilization grew dim,
and the day for Attala and his hordes
of Hun3 was set.
We might well take warning in the
terrible truth that history repeats
itself. "The race is to the swift, the
battle to the strong," and in our mad
rush for wealth and power we have
moved swiftly, if not wisely. WTe have
pushed forward roughly over the un unmarked
marked unmarked graves of the early defend defenders
ers defenders of our faith; have built towers and
cities in all lands and have erected
sky-scraping structures to the glory
of wealth, compared to which the
tower of Babel, the Coliseum and
Circus Maximus of the Caesars were
squatty huts.
Then, let us here at least, turn
aside for awhile and follow the way
to old Fort King, as the Chaldean
shepherds followed the lead to the
Star of Bethlehem, and let us fix our

PRISONERS

THE VICTORY MEDAL

Much Prized Medal Ready for Distri Distri-button
button Distri-button to All Those Who
Deserve to Wear It
The victory medal is ready for dis distribution
tribution distribution to the thousands of ex ex-service
service ex-service men entitled to receive them.
Requests for the necessary applica application
tion application blanks should be addressed direct
to the United States Army Recruit Recruiting
ing Recruiting Station, Barnett building. Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Florida, and envelope should
be plainly marked "Victory Medal" on
the outside. Applicant should state
whether his service was as an officer
or enlisted man, and should state
whether he desires form for making
a true extract of his original dis discharge
charge discharge certificate or discharge order.
In case the original discharge certifi certifi-ecat
ecat certifi-ecat or discharge order is submitted
with the application, a true extract is
not required. All applications will be
received subject to cerification and
approval. Every care will be exer exercised
cised exercised to promptly return all original
discharge certificates anJ orders to
their owners.
A victory medal will be awarded to
all officers, contract surgeons and en en-litsed
litsed en-litsed men who served on "active duty
in the army of the United States at
any time between April 6, 1917 and
Nov. 11, 1918, and whose service was
honorable.
A battle-clasp will be awarded for
participation in each of the major
operations.
Each officer or enlisted man serv serving
ing serving in the first army area between
August 30 and Nov. 11, 1918, or in
the second army area between Oct. 12
and Nov. 11. 1918, will be entitled to
the defensive sector clasp, irrespec irrespective
tive irrespective of awards for major operations.
Each officer or enlisted man serving
in the area of corps, divisions cr
smaller independent organizations
under French, British, Belgian or
Italian commands, between April 6,
1917 and Nov. 11. 1918, will be en
titled to the defensive sector clasp.
Only one defensive sector clasp will be
awarded to any one individual.
Clasps will be awarded to each of
ficer and enlisted man who served
overseas and is not entitled to a battle-clasp
or defensive sector clasy, as
follows: For service in France be
tween April 6. 1917 and Nov. 11, 1918.
For service in tlaly between April 6,
1917 and Nov. 11, 1918. For any ser
vice in Siberia. For service in Eng England
land England between April 6, 1917 and Nov.
11, J.918. This clasp to be awarded"
only in case of officers and enlisted
men who served in England and are
not entitled to any other clasp.
Officers and enlisted men forming
a part of the personnel of crews of
transports, who are not entitled to
any other clasp, will be awarded a
clasp under the preceding paragraph
to be determined by the European
port for which the transport sailed.
Only one cla3p to be awarded to any
one individual under this authority.
Individuals who served at the reg
ulating station of St. Dizier and the
billeting region in connection there
with between Oct. 31 and Nov. 11,
1918, will be entitled to the defensive
sector clasp authorized for those in
the fiirst army area between those
dates.
Service as a cadet in the United
State Military Academy will be con considered
sidered considered the same as if rendered as an
officer insofar as concerns the award
of the victory medal.
An officer or enlisted man who en en-eerd
eerd en-eerd the service subsequent to" Nov.
11, 1918, and has served as a member
of the American Expeditionary
Forqes in Siberia or European Rus Russia
sia Russia is entitled to a victory medal with
the appropriate clasps.
In case of deceased parties applica applications
tions applications may be submitted by the next
of kin.
minds upon a monument there in
memory of the men who lay down
their lives that those who came after
them might live in peace and secur-.
ity, and lest we forget, every boy
buried at Fort King was at sometime,
somewhere, some mother's darling,
who like thousands of American
mothers probably gave him his last
kiss, and with bursting heart sent
him forth to do or to die for the same'
flag that floats today over one hun hundred
dred hundred and five million of the best peo people
ple people ever given by God in his goodness
to this earth.
This mother did all any mother can
ever do for her country when she
sent her boy against a savage foe, in
a wilderness infested by wild beasts
and deadly reptiles, while through
the weary years she waited, deep
down in her heart the light of a
mother's love burned on and on for
the boy that never came back.
This boy, and those buried about
him at Fort King are only a part, but
a goodly part otthe debt in death paid
by American mothers to the honor
and glory of the greatest flag that
ever unfurled its folds to the winds
of heaven.
"And the Star Spangled Banner
O' long may it wave
O'er the land of the free
And the home of the brave."

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HATES

$6.00
:.oo
. .. 1.50
60

Ind. Grocers no

longer

Columbus

can afford to let even the smallest
spud go for that use when they are
selling for 121? cents per pound. A
Columbus grocer introduced the gun
drop as a stopper recently when he
prevented a customer from helping
himself to a potato for that purpo.-e.
The candy was much cheaper.

OBSERVATIONS

; (Contributed)
Thrift is the watch-word of Marion
I county. How can anybody expect
: money to get tight is a dry county?

Charity may begin at home, but we
notice that it seldom does.

The National Guard is being reor reorganized.
ganized. reorganized. Adjutant General Sidney J.
Catts Jr. is doing splendid work
along this important line. He de deserves
serves deserves the support of all Floridians.
He has made good and his unceasing

efforts bearing fruit. Help him all you

can. St. Augustine Record.
Good stuff in that young man. He
is one member of the Catts family
who might have stayed in office with without
out without any opposition from the Star.

IDVKKTISI.NC; HATES
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consecutive insertions. Alternate inser insertions
tions insertions 25 per cent additional. Composi Composition
tion Composition charKfs on ads. that run less than
six times 5 cents per inch. Special
position 20 per cent additional. Hates
based on 4-inch minimum. Iess than
four inches will take higher rate,
which will be furnished upon applica application.
tion. application. Heading Xotleeat 5 cents per line for
first insertion: 3 cents per line for each
subsequent insertion. One change a
week allowed on readers without extra
composition charges.
I-egal advertisements at legal rates.

Twenty million dollar state bond bonding
ing bonding propagandist Clarkson is at least
an optimist. He has it all figured out
that in twenty years there will be
more than one automobile for every
white Florida family in use in the
state. Of course really, patriotic
families will buy an auto for each
member of the family so as to help
out with the "fifty cents a hundred"
tax. Tampa Tribune.
If Mr. Clarkson wasn't an Optimist
with a big O, he wouldn't have been
given his job.

CARD OF THANKS
FROM MR. WELLS

Dispatches from the National Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic Convention at San Francisco
will be bulletined in the Star window
this week as fast as they arrive.. San
Francisco time is three hours' behind
that of Ocala. and. the. dispatches
must be relayed three times, so the
most important dispatches may be on
the bulletin board before they are in
the paper.

It isn't very
Senator Glass.

difficult to see thru

Tallahassee, June 20, 1920.
Editor Star: I want to thank you
and the people of Marion county for
my splendid vote and to assure you
it will long be remembered. Again I
want to thank you for I appreciate the
fact that it was largely due to your
efforts in my behalf. My majority
will be about 11,000. With kindest
regards and best wishes for all, I beg
to remain, Your truly,
A. S. Wells.

IN THE LAND OF FLOWERS

The Pacific ocean won't know
own name at Frisco this week.

its

Bryan and Gompers would make a
good head for that third party ticket.
We regret the Presbyterian church
notice was left out Saturday. Our
fault, entirely.
Admiral Decker surely did slam
Daniels in the slats. He came very
near expressing our opinion.

Here's hoping the democrats in
Frisco this week will put W. J. Bryan
in a hole and push the hole in on top
of him.

If McAdoo is nominated, he will

start off under the disadvantage of

every sensible man thinking he is a

big bluff.

What business have cabinet offic

ers at the San Francisco convention?

The government doesn't pay them i
attend political meetings.

Many of the ex-service men home

from Tampa speak highly of the good
comradeship displayed toward them
by the attaches of the two big Tampa
papers, the Tribune and Times.
v m
We asked our ouija board what
would be in the San Francisco plat platform
form platform and it very promptly replied:
damfino. Tampa Tribune.
Only truthful weeja board in -America.

(Contributed)

With the orange blossoms blowing

and the Oklawaha flowing,

am carried back to Florida to my
home among the palms,

Where the mocking birds are singing

and the flowers forever spring springing,
ing, springing, That's a land that has no equal for
its beauty and its charms.
In the sunny land of flowers, where
the birds sing all the time,
There's a cottage on the hillside buil
for you, dear Lula mine.
I'l be waiting by the river where we
watched the ivy twine,
And the orange blossoms smile upon
the fragrant jessamine.
There the wood nymphs lightly danc dancing
ing dancing o'er the waters so entranc entrancing,
ing, entrancing, Know a legend of a maiden who has
found a peaceful rest;
Silver Springs clear crystal winding,
with a silence that is binding,
Washed away the maiden's troubles

And tells no secrets of the past.

Our observation columnist says
some men think girls are smiling at
them when they are really laughing
at them. A sensible man doesn't
care how often the girls laugh at
him, so long as he doesn't make one
of them cry.

A few weeks ago, a gentleman
wrote to us that people should quit
reading the Star. We printed his
piece and told him to go ahead and
persuade them to quit. He doesn't seem
to have been very busy. We have
lost in that time one daily and two
weekly subscribers and have gained
almost a hundred..

Always knew waiters were making
a lot of money and now we have the
proof when it was shown in court
that one of the New York waiters lost
$2000 in a poker game. Wish we
knew how to be a waiter. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. Seems to us you had better wish
you knew how to play poker.
A good many Florida cities are
still on the anxious seat as regards
their census returns. It takes as long

to hgure up population as it does to
count election results. Lakeland Tel

egram.

We are not so anxious about, seeing

a lot of people in our town. We'd

rather see them out in the county,

making something to eat and wear.

The deeper the probe is inserted
into the escape of Bergdoll, army
slacker, the more mysterious becomes

the case. Now the inquiry is: Why

did the assistant secretary of the U

S. treasury issue an order by which

Bergdoll was enabled to get $105,000

in gold from a sub-treasury at a
time when honest citizens were not

permitted. Times-Union.

An honest citizen is only a buck

private, anyhow.

The gum drop has replaced the

potato as a stopper on the oil can in

mt Service is not an empty
'P fjfl&Ks,. word. I am prepared to

. give your eyes the serv-

. see j& lce vou nave been need
f,'j. vvx ing so long.
DR. K. J. WEI HE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

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At last our February

purchase of 250 dozen

jj Linen Collars for men
I and boys arrived. All
styles and sizes, 13 to

19, regular price 25 to g

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88c or $1.75 doz. H
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Danese Feed and Grocery Co.
636 West Forsyth St.
Jacksonville, Fla.
Wholesale Feed, Grain and Groc Groceries.
eries. Groceries. Larro Cow Feed, the feed that's
guaranteed to give more milk. Shorts,
Bran, Beet Pulp, C. S. Meal, Corn,
Oats, etc.; Rice, Grits, Meal, Flour,
Molasses. Svrun etc. We are erowinrr

and making new friends every day. fully deficient in wardrobe.

there s a reason. Price list on request.

Wondon how long it will take some
men who think the girls are smiling
or. them to realize they are only lau'h lau'h-in
in lau'h-in at them ?
If Ocala is to have a "White Way"
shining before next winter, it is time
the wor of installing the lights be
pu.-hed a little. Ocala has a bad habit
of putting things off a decidedly
costly habit. All proposed street
work should be finished before an another
other another tourist season.
We observe that the 'time is coming
when a man must be listed in Brao-

stieot's before he can talk on the
streets without a permit.
"Break in prices, twenty per cent
dircount sales." read thr advertise advertisements.
ments. advertisements. The only breaks we have
noticed come aftr paying the prices.
Every day Silver Springs is be becoming
coming becoming more and more popular. But
take it from us, don't risk any fool foolhardy
hardy foolhardy liberties with that beautiful
little body of water. One can get
just as wet and cold in the edge as he
can in the middle of the stream, and
has a far better chance of living to
tell about the enjoyment of it.

We don't mind seeing a woman, or
man for that matter, get fat, but
when they go so far with it that every
time they shift positions their figures
change shape, they ought to get on

a diet and take their "daily dozen,"

or do something.
Butter, butter, where's the butter?

In the early Christian era butter was
regarded as a medicine. Among the

Romans the use of butter distinguish

ed the rich man from the poor, and
an ey change says "we have returned

to the Roman era and are rapidly ap

p roach ing the early Christian." We

approve of anything that will help the

ministers.

les, gentle reader, you can get
i

your name in tne papers by ureaK-

fasting with your husband once a
week or by writing a testimonial for
a pain-killer, but all that doesn't mean
that you've acquired a name worth

remembering after your grandchil

dren are dead.

One of the fir.;: at things to be worn
by girls and boys is good manners.
The girl or boy' who stands until
older people are seated, or who is
alert to do gracious little services for
every one, the ones who hold up their
heads and be the gentleman or lady,
when the occasion calls for consider considerate
ate considerate attention to the needs of those
about. them, are the truly refined.

X)cala has many such boys and girls

and they are the finest ever.
1 he man who boosts his home town

is a stood citizen. He need not brag,

simply tell the truth. Ocala men tell

the simplest facts about Ocala's
achievements, and then then some

times it sounds as if they were boast
ing fcmething awful.

When it's a hot time in our old

town, it is than that the seats about
the courthouse grounds provide rest

tor nvny weary people. .Placed as
they are, in the shade of brotd

spreading oaks and palms, resting be

comes a real joy.

"(iive your larm a name, says an
exchange, and the idea is a good one,
unless the farmer happens to be in a
bad humor when he hears about it.
Then the name may not sound extra

fine to the super-sensitive.

Everybody is singing the song of

the watermelon these days, that is
everybody in Marion county and some
of those out of it who are forunate

enough to receive some of the delic
ious melons she is shipping to all im
portant points.

Having a little pep in a good or

bad thing, according to the way you
iook at it. Three charming women

recently motored from Atlanta to
Ocala, their only weapon being a lit

tle box of pep-pei which the strong

est one of the party, so we are told

held tightly clasped in her hands al

the way down.

A Boston scientist said the other

day that the silly, poisonous custom

of kissing would be considered bar

barous a hundred years hence. Sly
old r;uy. We notice he puts the date

far enough ahead so he wouldn't miss
anything himself.
Word comes from the Virgin Isl Islands
ands Islands that the residents there wear all
the clothes they can. If some people
in this "land of flowers, of the froe
and home of the brave" practiced that
custom, we are led to the conclusion
that even then, they would be woe-

Ocala Aoflo and- Garage- Company
(Successors to Cntes Garage)
Agents for Chandler and Oldsmobile Cars
Supplies of All Kinds
Kelly-Springfield, Miller and Goodyear Tires.
Let usprove to you that the Chandler Automobile is worth several hund hundred
red hundred dollars more than any car, selling at the price.
$2,225.00 Delivered in Ocala

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FLOWERS WILL FAD
but the stone is an enduring and con constant
stant constant token of affection for those wh(
have passed beyond. We are prepar prepared
ed prepared to furnish a monument and will
bring to the work all the skill of ex experience
perience experience and all the care induced by
sympathy with your idea of fitting
memorial.
OCALA MARBLE WORKS

NOTICE
The annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Clarkson Hardware Co.
will be held at their office in Ocala,
Fla., July Cth, 1920, at 8 o'clock p. m.
F. E. Wetherbee,
till7-G Secretary and Treasurer.

In all the world there is no other
creature more wantonly cruel than
the husband who is indifferent to a
good .wife. It is a terrible thing for a
man to pick out a merry, happy, affec affectionate,
tionate, affectionate, warm-hearted girl and win
hrr love and marry her, and then
crush her spirit and wreck the hap-
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The exdutlve Ward prccets
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it matters not the magic touch
of our paint brush and lo! it is
at once transformed into a new
car or truck. At least, to all
appearances it is new. Our auto
painting and finishing not only
improves its looks but adds to
its life.

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that makes old tops absolutely waterproof.
AINTING Autos painted, striped and finished in the best of
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UPHOLSTERING We are prepared to give you satisfactory ser service
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TIRES, TUBES, GAS and OILS
LET US REPAIR, PAINT AND UPHOLSTER YOUR CAR, SO
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OCALA EVENING STAR. MONDAY, JUNE 28. 1920

OJMUBES
If you have any society items,
phone fivf-nno.
Mrs. W. K. Smith is a visitor in
Jacksonville for a couple of days.
Miss Marcella McLain is in the city,
a guest at the homo of her brother.
You can get Anthony Farm lamb
at Marsh's Main Street Market. 25-5t

Mrs. James L. Nicholas is at Bush Bush-nell
nell Bush-nell visiting her mother, Mrs. Jane
Mateer.

afternoon from Boardman to spend a
few days, guests at the home of Mr.
McCarley's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Crok.

T. A. i. SHOWER MISS BECKHAM

Prof. P. H. Henley, who is teach teaching
ing teaching at the University for the summer,
was a Saturday visitor.

Mrs. Maude Ilorne and daughter,
Mis? Ethel Home left this afternoon
for a visit to Jacksonville.

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Dickson and
daughter, Elizabeth, left today for
Wcaverville, N. C, where Mrs. Dick Dickson
son Dickson and daughter will spend the re remainder
mainder remainder of he summer.

Messrs. T. T. Munroe and Robert j
Munroe and sisters, Misses Abbie and
f
Annie Munroe, leave tomorrow after-

noon for byracuse, N. i., to spend the
remainder of the summer.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices. If

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a beautiful

when the T.

The Epworth League held a very in interesting
teresting interesting meeting last evening, led
by Miss Mary Brice. Subject was
on home missions, and Paine College
at Augusta, Ga was presented, with
a chart talk on same.

Don't fail to visit t:?e Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Com;. any. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, if
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McCarley and
daughter of West Palm Beach, are
expected to arrive in Ocala tomorrow

Misse Eloise Henry and Agnes Bur Bur-ford
ford Bur-ford arrived in the city today from a
ten days' visit at Daytona Bcaeh,
guests of friends from Orlando, who
gave a jolly house party compliment complimenting
ing complimenting a number of their friends.
W. K. Lane, M. U., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear. Nose and
Throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala. Fla. f
Mrs. W. J. Chambers of Tampa,
formerly of Ocala, arrived in the city
today from Georgia for a visit with
Mrs. W. W. Clyatt at her home. Mrs.
Chambers has many friends in the
city, who are delighted at the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity of seeing her again.

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lam Sired

Florida and'
Western

Bflarket

of brilliant roses,

- i,aim 4 and ferns made

etting- for the miscellan miscellan-Saturday
Saturday miscellan-Saturday afternoon
A. G. Club complimented

one of it- most popular members,
Mis- Viiirinia Beckham, and which
proved on- of the greatest "down "downpours"
pours" "downpours" over seen in Ocala.
This lovely affair was given at the
home of Miss Helen Jones, another of
the club's members, and receiving
with her on the front porch were the
r.rher members o f the club. After the
quests were cordially greeted by this
ceteris of pretty girls, they were in invited
vited invited to the punch table which stood
to the side of the porch, in a cozy nook
and presided over by two fascinating
girls, Misses Jesse Dehon and Violet
Jor.es. The fruit punch was colored
purple, and the white daisies inter inter-5
5 inter-5 persed with asparagus fern complet completed
ed completed the pretty decorations of the table,
and the color motif, purple, and white,
the club's colors, prevailed in every
way throughout the entertainment.
Upon the arrival of all the guests,
to the strains of the Bridal Chorus
from Lohengrin, played by Miss Wart Wart-n.ann
n.ann Wart-n.ann at the piano, entered the most
irresistible and captivating bride and
groom imaginable. This adorable and
extremely admired couple were the

four-vear-old twins, Bettie and Babs

Zuber, who with their parents are
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spenuing Hie summer ai nuuuiiia:.
The groom in his handsome dress
suit as he escorted his bride in her
gorgeous gown and long flowing veil
into the rooms occupied by the guests
made a pretty picture, their costumes

resembling in the most minute detail

those of a real bride and groom.

The T. A. G. girls then entered with

a large clothes basket elaborately be

decked with decorations of the color
motif, purple and white. The basket

was placed on the front porch for the

guests to drop their gifts into and
which was filled to capacity with a
large number of handsome and desir desirable
able desirable presents. The young bride-to-be,
becomingly attired in a orchid or organdie
gandie organdie and white picture hat,
who had the seat of honor, was hand handed
ed handed the packages by the bride and

groom twins and needless to say ap appreciative
preciative appreciative and delighted exclamations
constantly emanated from the honoree
as she opened the numerous packages.

The club members, assisted by

Miss Lucille Ilorne, served a delic

ious grapejuice ice course with heart-

shaoed white cakes and purple and

white mints. As a souvenir a purple

astor and sprig of fern was placed on

the plate of each guest.

Appropriate vocal selections by

Mrs. H. M. Hampton and Mrs. Lev-

erett Futch added much enjoyment to
this occasion, which was one of the

most enjoyable affairs given in the
city for some time, for the T. A. G.
Club members have made a reputa

tion as entertainers and they are to
be complimented again for the success

of a beautiful appointed and enjoyable

party.

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APPLICATION FOB PARDON

SHEALY-STEPHENS

W. S. Tucker
Notice is hereby given that I the
undersigned who was convicted of
being accessory to the crime of grand
larceny, in the spring term of the
circuit court of Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and sentenced to serve one year
in the state penitentiary, will make
application for pardon before the
next meeting of the pardon board,
which will meet in Tallahassee, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, July 6th and 7th, 1920.
6-22-10t W. S. Tucker.

Advertise in the Star.

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Of notable interest throughout

Marion county was the marriage of

the late nominee for superintendent

of public instruction, Henry G.

Shealy, to Miss Ruth B. Stephens, a

recent graduate of the Ocala high
schoo!, which took place at the home

of the bride, Thursday evening, June
24th.

The ceremony was performed in a

simple but interesting manner by

Rev. Gus P. Padgett of Fort McCoy.
Tli-3 bride was attired in a charming
dress of white organdie with acces accessories
sories accessories to match. She was a lovely
picture and was never more adorable.

Mrs. Shealy is the daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. A. J. Stephens of Sparr. The

groom is an exteremely progressive
and intelligent young man of fine
character, highly honored and re

spected by all his friends who con

gratulate him or winning a wife as
well as an office and wish the couple a

successful and happy married life.

Mr." and Mrs. Hulbert Isaac of

Jacksonville and Miss Manasee of

Gainesville accompanied by Mr. Fred

Malever of this city, have just re

turned from a very pleasant tour on

the east coast and other points of in

terest in the state. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac

have returned home after a day spent
with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Malever.

Miss Rosalie Isaac, who was with the

Dartv. stoDned in Ocala to be the

truest of Mrs. Malever for the week.

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JAMES ENGESSER, Proprietor
121 W. Broadway phone 258 Ocala; Florida

Mr. James Pooser's many friends

are srlad to know that he and his

family will return to Ocala to reside.

Mr. Pooser is in the city now mak

inr arrangements for the arrival of

his family. He has purchased Mr.

R. O. Connor's attractive place on

Orange avenue and will go into farm

ing on an extensive scale.

Ford Repairs a Specialty
We Use Genuine Ford Parts in OurFord Cars

Arco and Diamond Tires and Tubes

Gasoline, Oils and'Grease

There are manv in Ocala who will

be interested to learn of the marriage

of Mi?s Lola McClure of Shelbyville,
Ky., to Mr. Elmore Chenault of Ak Akron,
ron, Akron, Ohio, which took place June 21st
at the home of the bride's parents in
Shelbyville. Miss McClure has on
several occasions visited in Ocala as
a guest at the home of her brother-in-law
and sister, Rev. and Mrs. Bun Bun-yan
yan Bun-yan Stephens, when they resided here,
and was popular with our young folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Chenault left immed immediately
iately immediately after the ceremony in their
automobile for Akron, where they
will make their'home, the groom be-

in;

established in business there.

Ocala, Fla.
June 16, 1920.

MR. CAR OWNER.

What are you paying for Lubricating Oil, and what are you
going to pay in the near future? N
Until July 26th the following prices will apply on Texas
Motor Oil:

Medium
Barrels $ .70 Gal.
One-half Bar. .73 Gal.
Five Gallons 4.00 Can

Heavy
.60 Gal.

.63 Cal.
4.50 Can

Extra Heavy
$ .95 Gal.
,9a Gal.
5.00 Can

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With every 5-gallon can bought I will wash out the motor

FREE 1 1 I

ONE EVERYREADY FLASHLIGHT

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with any of the following purchases:
One whole barrel Texas Motor Oil.
One tire and tube, U.S. or Firestone.
One Willard Battery.
I am sure you can make no mistake In laying in a supplysof
Texas motor Oil at this time. Come in and see me and let us
talk the matter over.

A COSTLY MISTAKE

That is, thinking that you can pay a good price for a good automobile, feed
it any old sort of oil. and expect service and satisfaction from your car.
Do you realize that over 75 of motor breakdowns and engine trouble is
traceable directly to flint, or hard carbon? Would you not believe a man crazy to
deliberately place a handful of gravel or broken glass in the cylinders of his car?
Naturally you would. Yet you place oils in your motor that produce carbon flinty
enough to cut any metal surface, no matter how hard it is. This, is expensively
foolish. You did not understand it before, but:
If you will bring your car to us, we will have your engine washed out at
no cost to you, fill it up with Texaco Motor Oil Extra Heavy, and if you do not
immediately get more mileage per gallon of gas and per quart of oil, and notice
an improvement in the performance of your motor, we will give you the six quart3
of oil necessary to fill up your car.
TEXACO MOTOR OILS CANNOT MAKE A FLJNT CARBON
Therefore, by using it vou eliminated imperfect lubrication.
Remember: A "Cheap" oil does not mean an "Inexpensive' oil.
Yours truly,
AUTO SALES COMPANY
MACK TAYLOR.



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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1920

LATEST LOCALS
Temperature this morning, G8; this
afternoon, ".

Dance Tuesday night, June 29th,
over Commercial Hank. He sure to be
there ami every Tuesday night from
now on. 28-2t

Mr. Mack Taylor left Saturday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon !'; a business trip to Jacksonville.

Mrs. A. V. Chaplin and Mr. B. VI.
Wall is; of Savannah.. Ga., arrived in
the city this morning to attend the
funeral of their sister-in-law, Mrs. T.
H. Wallis, which was held this after afternoon
noon afternoon at four o'clock from the Cath Catholic
olic Catholic church.

Sunday's Times-Union contained
pictures of Mrs. LaMarcus Colquitt
Hawes nee Miss Ethel Ilaycraft of
this city and her attendant and cous cousin,
in, cousin, Miss Wenona Kelsey of Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. The wedding of Mr. and Mrs.
Hawes was a brilliant evint of last
Tuesday in this city, which caused
much interest all over the state,
where both are well and popularly
known.

Mr. E. A. Osborne's many friends
are in deep sympathy with him in the
loss of his only brother, Mr. Sam Os Osborne
borne Osborne of Waxhaw, N. C, whose death
occurred last night at 10 o'clock at
his home. Mr. Osborne visited his

YVM. A. TINSMAN
Contractor
Brick and Plastering
Tile and Marble Flooring
Specialties
215 Fifth Street. Phone 526

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con

tract work. Gives more and better

work for the money than any other

contractor in the city.

bi other here several years ago and
made many friends and i.shi. h-jme
town he was a prominent and highly
respected citizen. Mr. O-borne had
married recently and his young widow
has the sympathy of all the friend.-:
of the family.

Postmaster Rogers, who has been
on the sick list lately, is better today.

Dance Tuesday night, June liuth,
over Commercial Hank. Be sure to bo

there and every Tuesday night from

now on. 28-2t

Mrs. A. V. Chaplin and Mr. 12. H.
Wall is of Savannah arrived th i -morning
to be nresent at the funeral
of Mrs. T. H. Wallis.

Jude Smith is congratulating him himself
self himself on his fine wedding list for June.
Saturday night and Sunday, he join joined
ed joined in wedlock in his office Mr. Drew
D. Ualliet of Umatilla and Miss Susie
E. Wirth of Lacota and Mr. Joe S.
Evans and Miss Mattie Sarah Lovell
of Oak. He has also issued marriage
licenses to Mr. Fred W. Newman aid
Miss Julia M. McCredie and Mr. Wil William
liam William McNeil and Miss Annie Mae
West, the latter couple from Willis-ton.

The interest shown by the people of
Ocala in the industrial school was
evinced again Sunday morning when
a long line of automobiles went out
to the school and brought the scholars
and most of their teachers to town, to
attend services at the Baptist church.
The girls were all attired in neat,
white dresses, made by their own
hands, with white hats and shoes, and
made a pretty picture as they marched
into the church, where they had the
heartfelt welcome of the congrega congregation
tion congregation and an excellent sermon from
the pastor. Next Sunday they will
attend the Methodist church.

Some people are finding it cnmctni
to be good. American citizens ano
reds at the same time.

Japan is experiencing the dark
brown taste that follows a dizzy whirl
of misdirected prosperity.

As an Indication of Spain's speed,
some train bandits effected their es escape
cape escape In a two-horse carriage.

Another article of clothing a good
many of our ancestors didn't consider
an absolute necessity Is socks.

One advantage of building smati
homes Is that they are likely to be
homes and not merejjpnrtinnts.

To Protect

Little Children-
from dangerous mosquito bitea which
tiny fingers soon scratch into infected
ores. Rub their little hands and faces
with a fuw drops of GOODNIGHT the
Pleasant Mosquito Lotion, and mos.
qnitoas will not come near.
Made of the healing oil of

the yellow pine, t is bene.
f icial to the skin.

YEL-O-PINE CO.
Montgomery, Ala.
(Minufacturers of
Yel-O-Pine Products!

Stopped Gas Pains
and Acid Stomach
t .,..,.
Mr. George D. IJarnard Ended Stom Stomach
ach Stomach Trouble by Taking PEPSINOL
"I had been troubled with acid and

c ft I

ilCbMrtttil

stomach for several years and
tried many methods of treatment but
with poor results. I bejjan taking
Pepsinol about six weeks apo and
after usine: four bottles T feel as
though I was mrde ov? new. 1
would like every person suffering with
stomach trouble to see this letter."
Pepsinol gives you a hearty appe appetite,
tite, appetite, helps your stomach do its work
and keens vou healthy and strong.

J. J. GERIG

THE WIMPSOM HOTEL
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.

APPLICATION FOR REINSTATEMENT OF WAR RISK INSURANCE

Certificate No Date 19

My full name is

I hereby apply for the reinstatement of $ insurance grant granted
ed granted to me under the provisions of the War Risk Insurance Act, now lapsed
or cancelled for nonpayment of premium, and I do hereby certify that 1
am now, to the best of my knowledge and belief, in as good health as I wa wa-at
at wa-at the date of my discharge or at the expiration of the grace period, which
ever is the later date.

Witness

(Signature of Applicant)

Address of witness Address of applicant
Rank and organization of applicant at Last month for which
date of application for this insur- premium was paid

ance:

(Hank)

Date discharged

( Organi.-.ition)

Amount term insurance
premium inclosed.... ..
Amount converted insur insurance
ance insurance premium inclosed
(if any) $,

r

Worry Takes Off

Flesh Faster Than
Nature Can Put
It On

The lives of most women are
full of worry. Men's troubles are
bad enough, but women's are
worse. Worry makes women sick.
It pulls them down, and in their
weakened condition they are sub subject
ject subject to all the pain3, aches, weak weaknesses
nesses weaknesses that are peculiar to the sex.
Most women neglect their
health, and for this neglect they
pay the penalty. If a woman asks
her neighbors she finds that Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription
benefits a woman's whole system.
All druggists. Fluid or tablet form.
Columbus, GA.-"Doctor Pierce's
Favorite Prescription did me a

world of good.
I was suffering1
with inward
weakness and
i t caused m e
to be extremely
nervous. My
back ached and
I had severe
pains in my
side. I was rest restless
less restless and could
not sleep well.

I was greatly in need of help so
decided to try the 'Favorite Pre Prescription
scription Prescription and it was just excellent
in restoring me to health. It made
me feel like a different person."
Mrs. Vivian GoiNsrcUl 28th St.

OBSERVATIONS

(Concluded from Second Page)
piness that she had a right to expect,
just by carelessness and neglect. The
busy husband never dreams he isn't
a model husband. Because he supports
his family is no certainly that he
won't be yanked before a divorce
court. Some husbands had better
wake up.

SEEDS!
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell i" guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices- '-r

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
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 advance.

FARM WANTED Wanted, to hear
from owner of farm or good land
for sale. Send price and description.
Fall delivery. L. Jones, Box 551,
Olney, 111. 28-lt

WANTED Honey. Send two-ounce
sample to. Jacksonville Cracker
Works, Jacksonville, Fla. 28-lm
FOR RENT Large, comfortable bed
room with lights and bath. Apply
at 516 Lime St., Ocala. 28-lt

LOST Saturday, probably between
Colonial hotel and Temple theater,
pair of kryptok lenses with button
and chain attachment. Notify Mrs.
R. E. Layton. 28-3t
FOR SALE Pool table in first class
condition, cheap. Apply to B.
Goldman. "Why Pay More." 24-3t

WANTED A competent furniture
repair man, to take charge of all
repair work and second hand de department.
partment. department. Apply to E. C. Jordan
.& Co. 21-6t

FOR RENT Furnished apartment,
private bath. Just off Fort King
avenue. No children. Call phone
211. 16-15t

FOR SALE Thoroughbred Airedale
puppies. Mrs. J. A. Manly. Phone
517, Ocala. 26-6t

WANTED Board in private family.
Man and wife; no children. Ad Address
dress Address H. J., care Star office. 23-3t

WA NTED Young lady to 4Yit on
table- Appl yto City Cafe. 3-tf

WANTED Common laborers; steady
work guaranteed; large steel and
wire works; no shut-downs; no la labor
bor labor troubles. Address Gulf States
Steel Company, Alabama City, Al Alabama.
abama. Alabama. 23-6t

FOR SALE Desirable Home Proper,
ty; nine-room, two-story residence,
large airy rooms, wide halls up up-and
and up-and downstairs; bath room and lin linen
en linen closet; spacious porces front and
rear; large capacity cistern with
pump on porch; electric lights and
other conveniences. Lot 70x150.
Just off Oklawaha on Daugherty
street. Price $4000 if sold at once.
Call at No. 16 Daugherty street,
city. 23-6t

G. N. CAUDLE General boilermak boilermak-er,
er, boilermak-er, sheet iron work and welding.
Day or night phones, 5 and 260. 6t

FOR SALE House and lot with all
latest improvements; Ford truck;
rock face cement block machine;
also second hand lumber 2xl0's 18
ft. long, 2x6's 16 ft long. Cheap
for cash. Carl Wenzel, 702 Wyo Wyo-mina
mina Wyo-mina St. 5-17- eow
HADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
your orders to Smoak's Shop. Phone
?146. 2-m

FURNITURE, ETC. I buy a,nd sell
Second-hand furniture. Experts put
it in good condition before re-seil-ing.
Repair sewing machines, lawn
mowers, enamelware, etc J. W.
Hunter, 310, 312. 314 S. Main St. tf

FOR SALE: 20-acre farm for sale J
cheap; all under fence; five-room
house and barn in Ocala. Price"
$700. Apply W. Tagg-, 307 Main

street. 2-6t

WANTED Good all around mechanic
at Weirsdale Garage, Weirsdale,
Fla. 24-t
WOOD! Put in your winter supply
of wood now. By the cord or in
carload lots. W. N. Home. Ocala,
Fla. 25-12f
FOR SALE A fine young Jersey
cow, just fresh. C. P. Howell, Box
188, Ocala, Fla. Phone 39M. 24-6t

WANTED For permanent position,
competent lady stenographer, who
can assist with books when neces necessary.
sary. necessary. E. C. Jordan & Co. 21-6t

AHA

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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
Leave Arrlre
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:35 pm
Tampa-
2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pra
St. Petersburg
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R,
Leave Arrive
2:liipm JacksonvilleNYork 3:15 am
1:45 pm Jksonvillc-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
3:18 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakelarid 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm Homosassa 1:30 pra
10:13pm. Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
"Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.

E

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poilisemSffias Jt

EVEN THE eggs.
WERE TIRED that morula.
AND THE coffeo.
DIDN'T FOOL mo one bit.
BUT WHEN after breakfast.
MY CIGARETTE tasted awfuL
IT WAS too much.
AND A grouch started.
AND WALKING to work.
I 8 WO RE off smoking.
AND DECIDED to ore.
MY OFFICE boy.
BUT JUST before I decided,
TO KILL a policeman.
A MAN passed me.
SMOKING A cigarette.
AND 8 AY but the smoke.
THAT DRIFTED back.
DID SMELL good.
AND I followed him.
INTO A store.
HE THREW down two dlmee.
AND SAID "The same."
AND 80 did I.
AND SO I'm still smoklnr.
AND 8TILL keep that.
OFFICE BOY and I let that.
HANDSOME POLICEMAN lira.
AND I'M going to boost.
.
THAT MAN I followed.
FOR PRESIDENT or somethinr.
FOR REALLY those cigarette.
OO SATISFY.

F

JUST a whiff of that spicy aroma of
fine Turkish and Domestic toliaccos
will make you hungry for thia satis satisfy"
fy" satisfy" smoke. There are blendit and
blends, but none like this one. Chester Chesterfield's
field's Chesterfield's blend is a secret and it cannot
be copied.

Total

5.

Fill out this blank, attach a check or postoffice money order for two
months premiums, and mail it to the Insurance Division, Bureau of War
Risk Insurance, Washington, D. C. For many ex-service persons the timr
limit iven" for reinstatement expires July 1, lH:iO.

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