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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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OCALA

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EHLISTMEHTS IN THE ARMY

Washington, June 25. With the
official war registration returns from
Niagara county, N. Y., and three Wy Wyoming
oming Wyoming precincts missing the- number
of registrations stands at 9,569,382,
which is approximately 96 per cent of
the census bureau's estimate. This is
more than offset by men in the army
and navy who were not required to
register.
PHT UP THE PRICE
Operators of the Semi-Bituminous
Coal Mines Thought They Had
Fixed It
(Associated Press)
New York, June 25. Testimony
that a price list had been issued
fixing three dollars a ton at the mines
as the minimum cost of semi-bituminous
coal and sent to operators the day
after a conference of coal presidents
and operators here in January, was
introduced by the government in the
trial of fifty-one individuals and 102
corporations in federal court.
TRAGEDY AT MONTBROOK
J. W. Wise Shot Dead Saturday by
Ed. Stanley
Jacksonville, June 24. A special
to the Times-Union from Montbrook
says: J. W. Wise, a highly respec respectable
table respectable white man, was shot and in instantly
stantly instantly killed on the public street here
Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock by
Ed. Stanley, also white. Stanley has
made no statement. The cause of the
killing is unknown; both men have
large families. Mr. Wise was a hard hardworking
working hardworking sober man and was foreman
of J. S. Blitch's farm. Mr. Stanley is
a farmer living in Marion county.
Stanley wds arrested and is now in
the Bvonson jail.
ENTRANTS WANTED
We want more Maxwell owners in
and arouijd Ocala to enter the gaso gasoline
line gasoline mileage contest which closes Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night, June 30th. Several have
already, but we want all to do so.
Ladies, boys any owner or member
of the owner's family is eligible to
drive the car. Any three neighbors
ot friends are eligible for observers
in the car. The Maxwell Agency will
loan all entrants one of the one one-gallon
gallon one-gallon tanks, attach it to your car,
adjusiand regulate the car ready for
the run and advise and assist you in
any and all ways possible as to how
the best mileage may be obtained,
free of cost to owners. Please .call
at the station, phone us or otherwise
state your willingness to enter the
contest any day this week, and we
will get your car ready. It is not a
long chance there will be 500 of the
$50 Liberty Bond prizes to go to car
owners. Ocala won the thirtieth
place during the May 23rd contest el
all the contestants in the United
States and Canada. You Tiave many
times the chance to win that was had
in that contest. Come in and enter
your car, sign and mail or 'bring .in
the entry card you have AT ONCE.
The Ocala Maxwell Agency.
LYNCHING NEAR PUNTA GORDAJ
(Associated Press) r
Punta Gorda, June 25 Shep Trent,
a negro, who laid in wait to attack a
"white woman Saturday night, was
taken from the officers near here by
a mob and shot to death. The wom woman
an woman outran the negro and gave the
alarm.
Have your prescriptions filled at
. Ceng's, the only drugstore in Ocala
employing more than one registered
pharmacist. &

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Cent of the
Aim itiiv uncr tuih
AMU liHTl IHIUIIL IIIAII IV
CENSUS BUREAU'S ESTIMATE
(Associated Irress)
TIED UP GY THE
MILLION TONS
HUNDREDS OF NEUTRAL SHIPS
ARE LURKING IN BELLIG- v
ERENT HARBORS
(Associated Press)
Boston, June 25. A million tons of
neutral shipping is idle in belligerent
harbors, Auguste Ciufelli, a member
of the Italian mission, stated. He
said the Allies should take steps to
force ship owners to accept cargoes
through the danger zones.
ANOTHER COSTLY
STRUCTURE SWEPT AWAY
Millions of Dollars but No Lives Lost
When the Price River ".
Dam Broke
(Associated Press)
Fairview, Utah, June 25. The dam
of the Price River Irrigation Com Company,
pany, Company, which started ; to break yester yesterday
day yesterday is a complete loss but persons in
the valley who were in serious danger
yesterday, are safe. Eleven thousand
acros of water was turned loose. The
loss is estimated at $3,000,000.
DEVOTED TO CAUSE
OF DEMOCRACY
.(Associated Press)
Washington, June 24. Russia's de
votion to the cause of democracy
against autocracy twas repledged in
ringing phrases yesterday by by Spe
cial Ambassador Bakkmetieff, head of
the Russian war mission, speaking to
a wildly applauding joint8 session of
the Senate and House.
"With all emphasis," said the am ambassador,
bassador, ambassador, "may I state that Russia re rejects
jects rejects "any idea of a separate peace.
What Russia is aiming at is, the es establishment
tablishment establishment of a firm and lasting
peace between democratic nations.
The triumph of German autocracy
would render such a peace impossible.
Russia will not fail to be a worthy
partner in the league of honor."
CUT PRICES ON
PAINTING AND PAPERING
For the next 60 days we will make
the lowest possible price on painting
and papering and anyone contemplat contemplating
ing contemplating work of this nature will certainly
save money by letting our Mr. Gatlin
figure with them. Mr. Gatlin came to
us from Jacksonville strongly recom recommended
mended recommended as one of the most competent
men in the business and to introduce
him to the public, we are to cut prices
to the lowest possible point for first
class work. 6 21 6t Mclver & MacKay.
SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEDULE
Southbound
No. 9 Leaves Jacksonville 1:20 p.
m.; Ocala 4:15 p. m. Arrives Tampa,
7:35 p. m.
, No. 1 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 p.
m.; Ocala, 1:45 a. m. Arrives St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, 7:45 a. m.
No. 3 :Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 a.
m.; Ocala, 12:59 p. m.
Northbound
No. 10 Leaves Tampa at 1 p. n.;
Ocala, 4:15 p. ro. Arrives Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 7:15 p. m.
No. 2 Leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
Ocala, 1:55 a. m. Arrives Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 6:45 e. m.
No. 4 Leaves Tampa, 9:10 a. m.;
arrive Ocala 1:10 p. m.; arrive Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville 5:10 p'.m.

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Photo by American Press- Association.
Josephus Daniels, Secretary of the
Navy.
Who insists that our sailors shall live
in moral and sanitary surroundings.
CONTROLLER WANTS
THE CASH COUNTED
(Associated Press)
Washington, June 25. The con
troller has issued a call for the condi
tion of all national banks at the close
of business June 20th.
FLYER DROPS APPEALS
FOR RED CROSS FUNDS
(Associated Press)
New York, June 25. Katherine
Stinson; nineteen years old, flying
from Buffalo to Washington, arrived
here -today after spending the night
at Albany. She expects to reach the
capital late this afternoon. Miss
Stinson is dropping along the route
$mall paper bombs with appeals for
Red Cross funds.
HELPED THE RED CROSS
(Philadelphia Ledger)
A young girl in red and an old one in
gray
Got scared in the traffic out Chestnut
street way.
They couldn't get over. But I was the
boss;
So I helped the red cross.
Traffic Cop.
Mr. Carter H. Dame of Lakeland, is
in the city for a visit to his friends
and relatives. Mr. Dame looks the
picture of health and says he feels
wenty-five years younger, since tak
ing a thorough course of treatment
at the Lakeland sanitarium. He ex expects
pects expects to leave next week for Atlanta
to attend the big Woodmen conven-
ion.
A Red Cross pin was found at the
Woman's Club house after the dance
Friday which the owner may obtain
rom Mrs. Jake Brown.
Mr. C. L. Anderson of Tampa, late
with I. W. Phillips & Co., ha3 taken
a position as salesman with the Lake
land Lumber & Supply Co., and will
assist Manager Cordery in building
up that rapidly growing institution.
Mr. Anderson is well known to the
umber trade of South Florida, and he
will undoubtedly make things hum in
his new connection. He has already
entered upon his duties and in a short
time will remove his family to Lake-
and and make his home here. The
Lakeland Lumber & Supply Co.. is do
ing a splendid business, and the addi addition
tion addition of Mr. Anderson to the selling
force will give it a great impetus.
Lakeland Telegram.
This is popular Clifford. Anderson.
formerly of Ocala.

OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1917.

APPEAL Fffil THE PRESIDE!!! FOR VOLUNTEERS
FOR THE REGULAR ARMY
President Wilson has by proclamation fixed the week' beginning Satur

day as Recruiting Week for the Regular Army.. The army needs and ex

pects to obtain during the week 70,000

strength. The men cannot be obtained, however, without the hearty co cooperation
operation cooperation of the American press. I am relying confidently upon the pat patriotism
riotism patriotism of the press' in this emergency and know tha the newspapers will
co-operate fully with; the recruiting service throughout the week' to make
Recruiting Week another splendid demonstration of the spirit of the coun-

try. Newton D. Baker, Secretary of War.

FIRED Oil THE
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Severe Measures Had to be Adopted
Against Rioters in Cork
Sunday
(Associated Press)
Cork, June 25. The machine guns
used on Sinn Feiners disturbances
yesterday were brought into action
after 'the police with clubs failed to
restore order. The riot was quelled
without the troops coming into action.
One rioter was killed.
Contracts for Several Ships Let by
the Emergency Fleet'
Corporation
(Associated Press)
Washington, June 25. Contracts
oi ten complete steel merchant
ships, four complete wooden merch
ant ships and twenty wooden hulls
were announced today by General
Goethals, manager of the Emergency
leet Corporation.
AMERICANS EXASPERATED
o Have a Merchant Ship Blown Up
Before Their Eyes by
Germans
(Associated Press)
Base of the American Flotilla in
British Waters, June 24. To see an
American ship torpedoed as an Amer American
ican American destroyer was speeding to her
rescue, was the exasperating exper experience
ience experience reported by the commander of
the destroyer upon his return here
yesterday. Fortunately, all the crew,
many of whom were swimming about,
were picked up by the destroyer.
The destroyer was convoying a
food ship when she received an "S.
O. S." from a merchantman which
was being attacked by a submarine
thirty jniles away. Leaving the food
ship at the risk of losing her, the
destroyer speeded tcFthe assistance
of the other vessel, only to be greet greeted
ed greeted when almost within hailing dis distance
tance distance by a terrific explosion and the
spectacle of a great column of water
enveloping the ship, but not the
slightest sign of the enemy.
Quickly picking up the crew the
destroyer put back at full speed to
the food ship in order to save her
from a like fate.
LYNCHING IN TEXAS
(Associated Press)
Galveston, June 24 Chester Sway Sway-er,
er, Sway-er, a negro, charged with attacking a
white woman, was taken from jail
here by a small mob and hanged near
the city limits early today.
Let us fit your car up with the
famous GOODRICH TIRES. There
are none better. Blalock Bros- 107
Oklawaha avenue.
6-8-tf
PROCLAMATION BY

T BU1L

I hereby designate the period June 23rd to June 30th, next, as recruit recruiting
ing recruiting week for the Regular Army and call upon unmarried men between the
ages of 18 and 40 years, who have no dependents and who are not engaged
in pursuits vitally necessary to the prosecution of the war, to present
themselves for enlistment during the week herein designated to the num number
ber number of 70,000. Woodrow Wilson.

men to fill every regiment to war
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Admiral William B. Ca pert on.
Commanding the Pacific Fleet, which
has just taken over the Atlantic pa patrol.
trol. patrol. PACIFIC FLEET ON PATROL
Ria de Janeiro Gave American Sail
ors a Hearty Reception
(Associated Press)
Rio Janeiro, June 24; Admiral Wm.
Caperton, commander in chief of
the Pacific fleet of the United States
navy, and the members of his staff
have been received .with honors here.
AMERICANS DIRECT PATROL
Washington, June 24. The arrival
in Brazilian waters of an American
acific fleet squadron commanded by
Admiral Caperton reveals that the
American navy has taken over respon
sibility for the patrol of that region
against German raiders.
AN EARLY OFFENSIVE
Gen. Roop Expects Russian Armies
to Soon Resume Attacks
on Germany
(Associated Press)
Washington, June 24. The Rus
sian army has proved to its own sat
isfaction the vital necessity of crush crushing,,
ing,, crushing,, German militarism, Lieut. Gen.
Vladimir Roop, military head of the
Russian mission, said here yesterday.
The long period of calm on the
Russian front, he said, caused first by
errible weather conditions, and, sec
ond, by illusions that revolution also
would permeate Germany, now is
ended.' Discipline has been restored,
the munition supply is once more
flowing, nd the weather is advantag
eous for operations.
Mary Miles Minter, a new movie
star, will appear at the Temple today
for the first time. This dainty little
girl is only sixteen years of age, and
ler pictures are fresh and wholesome,
very much on the Mary Pickford
tyle. The American Mutual puts on
this pretty story of "Youth's Endear
ing Charms."
The many friends of little Miss
Ruth Howell will regret to hear she
has been quite, ill since Sunday morn morning
ing morning and it threatened with appendir
citis.
Read the "unclassified" ads. You
may find a bargain there.
THE PRESIDENT

English Gunners Accounted for

One Undersea Enemy

ALL INDICATIONS Oil

FIERCE OFFENSIVE

(Associated Press)

The British front in Northern
France is again developing signs of
marked activity. Today's British offi
cial statement details an unusual
number of raids by the British in vir
tually every important sector from
Belgium to St. Quentin. An unofficial
dispatch says that one raid last night
served to tighten the British grip
about Lens. These sort of operations
are usually the prelude to an impor
tant general offensive movement.
There is a momentary lull in the
fighting on the Aisne front. The
French have virtually succeded in re
establishing their line in the Vauxil-
lon area, dented last week by a Ger-
-jfnan-- drive. More fighting is expect-

i"fed as both sides are anxious for cer

tain dominating points. In this con connection
nection connection artillery activity was report
ed -today from various .portions .of
the Chemin-des-Dames plateau and
is regarded as significant.
SUB HIT BY A SHELL
An Atlantic Port, June 25. -Members
of the crew of a British steamer
arriving today reported the sinking
of a German submarine which attack attacked
ed attacked a ship 400 miles off the Irish coast.
A shell hit the submersible's maga magazine
zine magazine which caused an explosion that
parted the craft amidships. Each end
sank separately. The British vessel
was uninjured.
SELECTING A SITE
State Committee May Choose a Home
for Florida Masons in the City
The committee appointed by the
Florida Grand Lodge of Masons to
select a site for the stte Masonic
home is in the city today looking over
several beautiful locations chosen by
the local lodge for this purpose.
The local committee, composed of
Messrs. R. E. Yonge, Jake Brown, C.
A. Tremere and R. F. Rogers, is en engaged
gaged engaged with the visitors in making this
inspection.
One of the sites offered is on the
Silver Springs boulevard two miles
east of the city. It is on good high
ground and overlooks a splendid
stretch of country in all directions,
and would make an ideal spot for the
purpose.
With Ocala 's central location, good
railroad facilities, splendid hard roads
leading in all directions over the
state, churches of every denomination,
first class public schools, its close
proximity to Silver Springs, Blue
Springs, Lake Weir and other resorts,
it is to be hoped that the Grand Lodge
committee will look favorably upon
this as a site for their home.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Caapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge'fe hall the second anc
fourth rnursday evening! of ecl
nonth at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Susan Cook, W. M.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house oppo opposite
site opposite postoffice, east side.
C. W. Hunter, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday night at 7:30
at the Castle Hall, over the James
Carlisle drugstore. A cordial welcome
to visiting brothers.
E. L. Stapp, C. C.
CLas. K. Sage, g. of R. S.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star office building at 8 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome alwayr
extended to visiting brothers.
J. D. McCaskill, N. G.
, W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

VOL. 23, NO. 151.

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EXPECTS CfillGRESS
TOUDl
AT ANY DAY BETWEEN TnE
FIRST AND FIFTEENTH
OF AUGUST
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(Associated Press)
Washington, June 25. Democratic
Leader Kitchin predicted in the
House today that Congress would ad
journ by August 5th or 15th.
CREATED EMBARGO COUNCIL
President Wilson by executive or-
der has created an exports embargo
council to administer the export em
bargo provisions of the espionage act.
SENATE WILL PUSH THE FOOD
BILL
Senate leaders planned to expedite
the food bill passed by the House.
The measure was referred to the ag
riculture committee today without
discussion
ONLY FIVE AGAINST IT
Washington, June 24. The admin-
istration food control bill, giving the
president broad authority to control
the distribution of food, feed and fuel
for war purposes and appropriating
$152,500,000 for its enforcement and
administration was passed by the
House late last night after far reach reaching
ing reaching prohibition provisions had been
written into it. r
The vote was 365 to 5, Representa Representatives
tives Representatives McClemore, Slaydon and Young
of Texas, democrats, and Meeker,
Missouri, and Ward, New York, re republican,
publican, republican, voting in the negative.
The prohibition provisions adqpted
would prohibit the use of foodstuffs
for the manufacture of alcoholic bev
erages and would fc-ive thepresident
authority to take over for war pur purposes
poses purposes all liquor now on hand. They
were put into the measure during the
evening in committee of the whole
and when the bill came up in the
House proper,, the anti-prohibition
faction did not demand that they be
voted on again.
The bill now goes to the Senate,
where it probably will be substituted
early this week for a similar measure
under consideration. Leaders hope to
get thfe measure to conference by July
1st.
A. C. L. SCHEDULE
Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
following times:
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 2:25 a. m.
'No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny-
Jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. rn.
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg' to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:05
p. m.
No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
p. m.
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Lsesburg,
9:05 p. m,
No. 4 Leartes Tampa 9 a. ra.; Ocala
1 p. m. Arrive Jacksonville, 5:10 p.m.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny (Sunny-Jim),
Jim), (Sunny-Jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 9:50 p. el.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1917

PAGE TTFO

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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r.nu fi,ral Ma.aser

J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second clasa matter

Phone Five-One
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One year. In. advance .'.IfM
Six months, in aavance .v
Three montns. in
One montn, m auTau
Blood is thicker than water, but the
.land you live on is thicker than blood
should be.
There is no (rood thing that you can
do that is too good to do when it is j
done for your country.
Americans have often hung men to
telegraph poles, but it is said that th
Germans often hang the Poles.
Germany has the proud record of
having caused the death of more help helpless
less helpless people than any other nation.
Stern ; necessity sometimes makes
cruelty a virtue. But when cruelty is
not necessary jt is an awful crime.
It becomes more and more evident
that America's most effectual way of
fighting in this war will be in the air.
We can wish the world no better
luck than that there will soon be an
Irish policeman on every beat in Ber Berlin.
lin. Berlin. '- '"
The selective draft caused many
people who hadn't consulted the scrip scriptures
tures scriptures for years to look in their family
Bibles.- ;;y-- r-vU;' t ; ''v:
America may have a food control control-i
i control-i ... jv. rub
ier this year, out we iear me uiweu uiweu--
- uiweu-- ium will dawn before it has a fool
controller.
We hope these reports of Ameri
can ships sinking U-boats are true,
but we wish the sinkers could show a
few scalps.
The man who is monarch of all he
surveys is not apt to be much of a
purveyor. Times-Union.
S'pose he has a telescope?
If women treated boys like they do
girls, they wouldn't speak to or -even
look at the average 20-year-old boy
when they met him on the street.
We are glad to say that a number
of the Ocala women who favor equal
suffrage disapprove of the foolish per
formances of $he White House pickets.
" ' ", ....... :'
With America co-operating with
England, the Allies can smile at Ger-
man's threat of starvation, says Lord
Rhondda, Britain's new food con controller.
troller. controller. "Abstain from entangling allian alliances"
ces" alliances" was a good principle in its day,
but America has outlived it. The more
alliances -we can tangle ourselves up
in the better.
The hon. Wm. Jennings Bryan has
not talked much in the last three
months, in which he has set a worthy
example which Congress Ins most
grievously failed to follow. v;
0 : ; ""
In six days in America, eighty mil million
lion million dollars-were raised for the Red
Cross and it is hoped the remaining
twenty millions of the fund will be
collected or promised by tonight.
Let's fight and work and pay so this
war will be the sooner over and an
other will not come along in three or
four yea rs to curse the children now
growing up. """
The training camps will in three
months turn out officers almost equal
to those from West Point. But they
had to have the West Point officers to
start with.
If some of the summer girls would
go' out on the street without a parasol
or an auto canopy over them, they
would accumulate mighty fine shirt shirtwaists
waists shirtwaists of tan.
A. close perusal of President Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's notes to Germany will show two
things. One is that he never express expressed
ed expressed any approval of German policies
and another Is that he never professed
any faith in German promises.
The state government of Florida is
likeone of those buildings, which
originally- a small house has been add added
ed added to until it is a rambling old struc
ture. There is no symmetry about it,
and it is inconvenient and expensive
to keep up.
In a month and a half the war will
have been on three years and no mem member
ber member of the kaiser's family has been
killed. Has any other German fam-
ily with six adult sons had such luck ?
Tampa Tribune.
Such luck will set the boobs who
support the kaiser's family to think thinking
ing thinking after awhile.
The Star has received a copy of the
report thru Ambassador Gerard to the
British government of the condition
of fifteen prison camps in Germany.
The said camps were visited by John
B. Jackson, a member of tho Ameri American
can American embassy at Eerlin, who was al allowed
lowed allowed bv the Germans to interview

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the men and inspect their quarters.
Arrnrdinc to his reDorts. the camps
wpro nil in cood shaDe and the treat-
ment of the prisoners as fair as could
be expected.
Senator Brvan and Governor Catts
evidently agree on one subject at any
rntp that the first and second choice
voting must be followed in spite of
legislative action and the protests of
the people. Palatka Times-Herald.
Senator Brvan's primary measure
was enacted into law by the legisla-
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tested aerainst. i
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next fall and winter.' Let 'em come.
xtra u:m;w m mnrp hmiRMt

and hotels to take care of the thou- at the movies. Gen Wood is too darn darn-v,n
v,n darn-v,n n no,irn t. ed particular.. The national anthem

know thev can escane the cold blasts
of winter and the big bills of the coal
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man bv mieratine to the Sunshine
citv. St. Petersburg Times.
Citizens of St. Petersburg will
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make money while the sun shines.
A proper obj'ect of sympathy is the
man who has to support a wife and
a poodle too. Times-Union.
Wife eenerally supports the poodle,
She has it on her lap or in her arms
most of the time. j
''Tt i inrnnssihlA to itidce of the i
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Russian revolution by the revolutions
a i ti nri t I
m America ana r ranee, ine nus-
sians are not like anv other neople. I
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and the circumstances are different
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irom tnose accompanying any otner
revolution. It's the Star's opinion
that Russia will stay with the Allies
and that next year it will -take the
offensive more vigorously than ever.
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The state board of examiners that
have j'ust been appointed under the
recent teachers' certificate and ex
amining law are W. F. Yocum, Miss
Christian McDonald and Miss Clem
Hamnton. Dr. Yocum is on the fac-
ulty of the Florida State College for
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Women and is possibly the oldest and
best known school man in Florida.
Mrs. W. T. Gary of Ocala is a daugh-
ter of Dr. Yocum, who has often been
a welcome visitor to this city.
The Orlando Reporter-Star says ;
"Editor Benjamin thinks the office of
hotel inspector a needless expense to
the state. Probably the Star editor
hasn't thought of the good the inspec
tor has done by way of sanitary con
ditions in hotels improved, requiring
observance of the screening laws and
other health measures, to say nothing
of compelling the construction of fire
escapes. The traveling men were be
hind the passage of this act, and they
are best qualified to say whether it
is needed, and if it has been worth
the money. Moreover, the hotel men
pay for the maintenance of the job,
and it really costs the state nothing.
Alfonso, king of Spain, is a mighty
good scout. America took an empire
away from him, but he has never
cherished hate against this : country.
Now, he says if the people of Spain
want a republic he is willing to go in
with and help them. The Spanish peo people
ple people will have hard work to find a bet better
ter better man than Alfonso to put j at the
head of their government.
President Wilson approves the air
craft program which will be present presented
ed presented to Congress this week. It will
provide for the building of 35,000 air
planes and the training of thousands
of aviators to man them. It is Amer America's
ica's America's best bet to win the war. It is
utterly impossible for any other coun country
try country to construct and man so many
aircraft, and if our country succeeds
in the enterprise it will be able to en
tirely smother German resistance.
Perhaps the prettiest fashion that
has so far marked the entrance of
America into the war is the grouping
of the Allied flags in all appropriate
places. A bunch of them fluttering
from an auto makes a particularly
eood effect. The flags of America,
France and Great Britain are the fav
orites, and agroup of three or more
always contains them. Next are Italy
and Russia, and some contain the en
tire half -score down to little. Cuba.
Tom Watson not only opposes the
selective draft, but offers his services
as attorney for any slacker who tries
to evade it. If we were on trial, we
would hate to have Tom represent us
before a jury of sensible men.
Drafting of the National Guard into
the feneral armies for war service
mav be delayed until August 5, be
cause it has been found that under
ho Tvrocorit nlans for drafting the
guard in three increments, July 15,
July 25 and August 5, the relative
rank of the officers would .he estftb-

lished on an unfair basis. The na national
tional national defense act provides that Na

tional Guard officers shall take rank
as of the date of draft. The addi
tional time gained by postponing the
draft until August 5 would be valu
able to the department in making
ready the divisional camp sites at
which the state forces will be mobil
ized.
In his speech in the House on the
increase of the military establish
ment, Congressman Frank Clark did
not forget the Second Florida Infan
try. He said: "You will remember
that the National Guard was on the
border for nine months. There was a
reeriment from my state down there.
They have been sent home. They
have been disbanded. Those boys to
da v are exDectiner the call every hour
What is the result? They can not get
employment anywhere. Everywhere
thev eo and. apply for employment the
nrosoective employer says, 'I can not
take you because you are liable to oe
called into the service tomorrow. I
must have somebody that I can rely
on, somebody who is going to stay
here in my business.' The result is
that those boys are down there today
without employment and depending
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upon their friends lor support untu
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they are called into tne service again.
Everybody has his individual cross,
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DUt ail nave xnv xveu wuas.
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You mean all should have it
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en. ueonara woou
Spangled Banner" snouidnt pe piayea
should be played wherever peopie iiKe
to near w.
Food control is all right, its con
trolling the appetite that takes nerve
Tampa Tribune.
The stomach nerve?
Unless we are very much mistaken
Old Glory will win a lot of new glory
in the war on the other side of the
ocean. Times-Union.
Here's hoping.
m, fnllnnr nrtn ie- in nnsition to CO
X JL1C 1C11UIT VT Avr J
barefoot, is to be envied with shoes
m
a q per. Tampa Tribune.
t." hare-foot a cood deal of
ff V V Wi W C3
the time in our first childhood; maybe
i
iwe can take another whin at it m our
second.
president Wilson's patience, with
Lvg fooV women who are keeping up
ah ill-mannered blockade of his home
seems inexhaustible, but the people
are tired of the unseemly exniomon
His Marion county friends deeply
regret to hear of the death of Wm. E
Tonner at his home in Steubenville;
m. Mr. Tonner was one of the pioneer
1 m m. -T-T Ml 1
orange growers of Citra. He will be
missed and mourned at Citra, where
he has spent his winters for forty
years.
It is all right to use good influences
with the boys in training camps, but a
crowd of boys kept in glass cases
would not be apt to give the Ger
mans much trouble. Times-Union.
No power on earth can keep them
in glass cases very long. As Kipling
says, "Single men m oarracKs am t a
ot of plaster saints."
This is "Pershing Day" with the
Red Cross. Pershing is expected to
be in at the finish, and the Red Cross
expects to finish raising its hundred
million dollars by midnight tonight.
London Times alone raised $33,-
000,000 for the Red Cross. Seems like
The Thunderer" is still on the job.-
Tampa Times.
pwrsaw a naoer called the
"Times" that wasn't.
r Any man in business who is so nar
row and hot headed that he can't see
over his nose to allow a paper to
print its own ideas isn't much of a
man. Lakeland btar.
Not many of that sort in Ocala.
That's one reason why it's such a good
town.
The demand for reprisal for air
raids on England meets little favor
with the Allied generals. They say
that bombs are too valuable to be ex
pended on non-combatants and point to
the fact that Zeppelin and airplane at
tacks on London and other British
towns have not been of any military
advantage to the Teutons.
While Ocala papers fail to mention
the movement in recent issues, we un
derstand that they had raised $1,800
up to Friday. Lakeland Star.
Editor Bloom reads carelessly. Both
Ocala papers stated Wednesday that
the town had raised $2710.50. The
amount raised in the city up to Sat
urday night was $3,500. The county
districts haven't reported.
President Wilson has taken those
two bad little boys, Goethals and Den-
man and knocked their heads to
gether, so now perhaps they will be
able to do some work.
Sheriff Galloway rounded up only
one man in Marion county for failing
rotrictor And that one man s
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mother came forward with the fam
iiv bible to prove the man was not of
the required age, so this county's slate
is clean.
The people of Tampa deeply regret
the death of that efficient and gema
gentleman, L. E. Randall, advertising
manager of the Tribune. v

NOTHING GAINED BY RUSHING
Slow Practice in Learning Playing or
Singing Will Always Produce
the Best Results.

One can scarcely be too Insistent on
the value of slow practice in. playing
or singing. The student leam3 mucfi
more quickly by slow practice than in
any other way, because the brain has
more time to assimilate the impression
of the work done than if it is gone over
rapidly.
It is a truism, that to learn fast the
student must go slow. Every teacher
of experience is aware of the fact, yet
many fail to Impress the truth with
sufficient force on young people, and
the result is disappointment on both
sides.
It is necessary to remind students
frequently of the importance of slow
practice; they are forgetful, and "get
fhrough" their work rather than try to
understand It, because of matters more
exciting. But getting through quickly,
has the same result as getting rich
quickly, it often results in disaster.
If we desire to understand what we
read In literature, do we read it over
as quickly as possible? No, on the
contrary, each page has to be read
slowly, and repeated, before it is thoroughly-grasped
and impressed on the
mind, and so It is with music. It Is
well to remember the old axiom, "Slow
practice is golden, quick practice is
leaden."
LIGHT ON DOMESTIC FINANCE
According to Writer, Wife's Instincts
Would Tend to Make Her an
Ideal Loan Shark.
Speaking of loan sharks wouldn't
wife make a good one? When poor
pa Is forced to borrow some of "her
money" with which to pay the gas bill,
she wants at least 50 cents interest on
each dollar, and besides she requires
a solemn oath that he will pay the
principal and interest Saturday, Claude
Callan writes in the Fort Worth btar
Telegram. When she finally agrees to
let him have the sum, she orders him
to leave the room while she gets it.
She counts the money before she calls
him back into the room, but to be dou doubly
bly doubly sure she counts it again as she
hands it over to him, and she is a lit little
tle little short. It was an honest mistake, of
course, but she never makes the honest
mistake of getting a little too much.
Before placing It in his hand she has
another understanding about the inter interest,
est, interest, and makes him once more declare
upon oath that he will return the mon money
ey money on pay day. Then she hands it to
him, and as she hands over "her
money," you can tell by her looks, by
her actions and by what she says that
she feels as if she poor little woman
that she is is supporting the family.
Garb of Roumanians.
Th Wallachian "peasant who has
not ndonted the homely clothes that
come from the ready-to-wear factor
ies of western Europe is a pictures picturesquely
quely picturesquely dressed man. His costume Is
white. The trousers are something
ikP twice the lenerth of the leg, and
are made to fit with numerous wrin-
des; his shirt Is made to hang tunic-
ikP over his trousers and Is gathered
at the waist with a red belt ; his coat
9 k sort of military cape, usually of
brown woolens or of tanned sheepskin.
The peasant woman usually grows
somft silk. She buys the silkworm eggs
and uses the spare bed, if there be one
n thf house, as a hatchery. She reeds
tho worms? on mulberry leaves, and, if
the ants do not Invade the place and
destroy the worms, she soon has
enouch fiber for a veil or a waist, bne
spins and weaves it herself. She has
a keen appreciation of color values
and combinations. She embroiders her
dresses with thread she has grown
from the seed so to speak for she
plants the flax, gathers the fiber and
rnrrles It throueh all the processes,
from breaking and cording to spin
ning.
How Town Was Named.
An Interesting story is told as to the
orlein of the name '.'Moose Jaw," as ap
plied to a town in Canada. Some 50
years ago, so the story runs, a pioneer
with his team of oxen and "prairie
schooner," while passing along' the
banks of Che river, was obliged to
camo at this point In Saskatchewan
on account of an accident to his cart.
A spoke had fallen out during the
day, and the wheel was falling apart.
He looked about for something to in
sert for a temporary brace for the
wheel," while his wife busied herself
with the evening meal.
The pioneer's child, while romping
around, found the jawbone of a moose,
which she held up to her father, who
by this time almost despaired of find
ing anything with which to repair his
cart. He was delighted to find that the
jawbone exactly fitted the place of the
missing spoke. The Indians thereafter
named this- district "The Place Where
the White Man Found the Moose Jaw."
This, it is said, accounts for the town's
queer name. Washington Star.
Cracks In Plaster.
When we painted our kitchen, we
fonnd a number of cracks in the
plastering that had to be filled. A
nnlntpr tnld ns to use Dlaster of
paris mixed with some of the paint
we were using. It does not set as
quickly as when mixed with water,
and it does better than putty for such
work. For mending the cracks In a
white celling, where the heat had
caused the white coating to peel off,
we mixed the plaster of paris with
turpentine and oil, and were sur surprised
prised surprised to find how well it covered the
unsightly places. Exchange.
MAXWELL BARGAINS
We have two Maxwell touring car
bargains. Both in first class condi condition,
tion, condition, with brand new tires, thoroughly
rebuilt. One a 1916 model, one a
1917 model. Cash or terms.
The Maxwell Agency, Ocala, Fla.
Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drugstore in Ocala
employing more than one registered
pharmacist. tf

It is now asserted with confidence that the painful effects due to
acid in the system are entirely eradicated. A new remedy, called
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Note: You've all undoubtedly heard of the
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Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for weak women
and Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery for the
blood have been favorably, known for the past forty
years and more. They are standard remedies to-day,

as well as Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets for the liver and bowels, and contain no alcohol. You'can Est 9
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PLOW IS MOST ANCIENT TOOL
Has Been Used by Man Since He First
Attempted .to Make the Earth
His Servant.
Three very ancient Implements have
been used in human Industry the
plow, the sword and the pen. Of the
three, the oldest is the plow. A his history
tory history of the development of this ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural tool would take us back
through centuries to the time when
man began to subdue the earth and
make It his servant. Thousands of
plow models are now to be seen in the
patent office at Washington. These
tell us what has been done by Invent Inventors
ors Inventors in recent years, but there Is a long
story back of these plows.
From his study of a Babylon brick,
In the museum of the University of
Pennsylvania, Doctor Clay concluded
that -he-had found a true picture of
the first plow, which was invented by
Abraham. For his proof that Abra Abraham
ham Abraham was the Inventor of the plow,
Doctor Clay refers us to the "Book of
Jubilees," which was published in the
second century B. C. This book says
that the Babylonians were punished
because they had yielded to satan,
and that the form of their punishment
was that the ravens came and ate up
the grain they had sowed In the fields.
Abraham devised an Instrument that
should sow the seed in a furrow, In
order that it might be covered up so
that the birds of the air could not eat
it. The apparatus shown on the an ancient
cient ancient brick is a sort of combination
plow, planter and harrow. It required
three men to operate it When the
people sowed according to Abraham's
commands, they feared neither the ra
vens nor the birds. Whatever the
value of the story In the "Book of
Jubilees," the brick, at least, gives a
picture of perhaps the most ancient
tool used by man.
CULTIVATE HABIT OF THRIFT
Impossible to Learn Too Early the
Importance of Spending One's
Money In Wis Manner.
Any fool is a good spender, but it
takes a wise man to save money.
' That there are more fools than wise
men Is proved by the fact that one one-tenth
tenth one-tenth of all the people who die in the
United States are burled In pauper's
graves.
With a population of 100,000,000
there are 10,000,000 people In the Unit United
ed United States who would be hungry In ten
days after losing their jobs.
There are 3,000,000 men with steady
jobs and little children dependent on
them who have not saved enough to
feed their own babies for two weeks.
There are 1,000,000 'well-to-do"
men who could not pay their debts and
have enough left to buy a .gallon of
gasoline for the automobile they ride
In every day.
What is thrift? Industry earns,
economy manages, providence plans,
and frugality saves. Thrift embraces
all these.
Training in thrift should be a part
of the curriculum of every school and
part of the training of every boy and
girl, every man and woman. Thrift
of mind, of time, and most of all of
money, needs greater emphasis.
Houston (Ter.) Post.
ino ureefc3 made the owl the em emblem
blem emblem of wisdom. Shakespeare makes
the witches add the wing of an owl to
their caldron of deadly potion, ana
"It was the owl that shrieked, the
fatal bellman." For centuries the owl
was accused of such evil practices as
luring hunters into dangerous swamps
and causing the bride to commit sui
cide just 24 hours before the time set
for the wedding. Napoleon exhortea
his soldiers to sleepless vigilance with
the command: "Sleep with the owls
and get up with the larks."
Stopped the Buzzing.
Alice (with newspaper) It says
here that yawning will remove that an annoying
noying annoying buzzing in one's ears.
Edith That's true. Last night,
when Mr. Staylate had been talking
to me for three hours steady, I yawned
twice, and he went home. Boston
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NOTICE
In the Circuit Court, Marlon County,
Florida, in Chancery. Jennie Til Tiller
ler Tiller et al. Complainants, vs. H. 1
Anderson, et al. Defendants.
Tho complainants naving1 filed a
sworn bill In this cause alleging that
they believe there are .persons interest interested
ed interested in the property involved, whose
names are unknown' to them, and hav having
ing having demanded this order and othervise
complied with law. all parties claiming
interests under E. W. Agrnew, deceasea,
or under Samuel Agnew, deceased, or
under William D. Branch, deceased, or
tinder Ze Butt, deceased, or under &
Benjamin, deceased, or under William
H. Curry, deceased, or under John F.
Dunn, deceased, or under W. S. Dellc,
deceased or under W. M. Ethridge, de deceased,
ceased, deceased, or under Elizabeth Finley, de de-nn99ui
nn99ui de-nn99ui nr HTiiipr I jiwrpnf a IL Hender
son, deecased, or under William 6.
Harn, deceased, or under June James,
deceased, or under J. H. Kinsler, de deceased,
ceased, deceased, or under Paran Moody, deceas deceased,
ed, deceased, or under Mary I Moody, deceased,
or under Mary 6. Moody, deceased, or
under Benjamin Martin, deceased, or
under J. A. Mclver, deceased, or under
Harry T. Nehr, deceased, or under
Louis Nehr, 'deceased, or under Cones
N. Nehr. deceased, or under Lee Nehr,
deceased, or under William B. Pyles,
deceased, or under William Pyles, de deceased
ceased deceased or under William Pyles, de deceased"
ceased" deceased" or under Frances M. Pyles, de deceased,
ceased, deceased, or under William Riley, deceas deceased,
ed, deceased, or under Eugenia I Snowden, de deceased,
ceased, deceased, or under Henry Sinclair, de deceased,
ceased, deceased, or under Mary A. Simmons,
trustee, deceased, or under Charles F.
Todd, deceased, or under John I Vula Vula-longa,
longa, Vula-longa, deceased, or under David T.
Werner, deceased, or under Samuel &.
Weiss, deceased, or under William Sin Sinclair,
clair, Sinclair, deceased, and all parties claim
ing an interest in me xauus c cm cm-after
after cm-after described, to-wit:
All-of w of w: eell ot nwU and
nw of sw4 of section 13; s of nex4
and seVi of section 14; all that part of
e of sw4 of section 14 lying east of
the Ocala and Mcintosh hard road ex except
cept except 15 acres sold to Florida Lime
Company and four acres sold to Rou
and Hall; se of ne4 and n of neVt
of section 23, except w of sM of
nw4 of ne'i of said section last nam named;
ed; named; w-i of nw4; e of nw'A of sec section
tion section 24, except nei of ne of.nwVi
and except the V of se of nw of
said section last named, all in town township
ship township 14 south range 21 east, In Marion
county, Florida, be and they are hereby
required to appear to the bill of com complaint
plaint complaint herein.
Monday, July 2nd, 1917
It Is further ordered, that this order
be published once each week for
twelve consecutive weeks In the Ocala
Evening Star, a newspaper published
In said county and state.
Witness my hand and the seal or
this court, this the 17th day of Marcn
1?(Sal) P. II. NUGENT,
Clerk of Circuit Court Marion County.
Florida, By Ruth Ervin, D. C.
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Mrs. J. A. Frazier of Tallahassee,

arrived in Ocala this morning to visit

her niece, Miss Isabelle Davis and

rbrothers until the return of their

mother from Jacksonville.
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Mrs. Vaughn Camp, formerly Mis3
Willie Louise Lo wry, who is visiting
in Tampa, expects to return to Wash

ington, where she was married, next
Thursday., Mr. Camp is now on duty

at Fort Meyer. Mrs. Camp and Mrs.

W. O. Stovall shares the honors at t

tea Friday afternoon given by Mrs.

Camp's sister-in-law, Mrs. S. L. Low-

ry Jr. Saturday Miss Lilias Pratt

entertained at luncheon in honor of
Mrs. Camp, and on Wednesday Mrs.
Gene Wilson and Mrs. Beeman Beck Beck-with
with Beck-with will give a linen shower in her
honor.

Miss Monica Branch came up from
Summerfield today for a visit to Miss

Isabelle Davis.

Miss Julia Bunch, who has been
visiting Miss Callie Gissendaner and
Miss Elise Harris who has been the
guest of Miss Helen Brown, motored
to their homes in Orlando today. They
were accompanied by Misses Ruby
and Lucille Gissendaner. The former
will then go on to Bartow for a
month's visit to friends and the lat latter
ter latter will remain a week with Miss
Susie Bunch.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stapp returned
to Ocala yesterday afternoon from an
extended wedding trip. They are
most pleasantly located at Mrs. B. T.
Perdue's, where they will keep house
in the flat formerly occupied by Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. MacDonald.
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Long and two
daughters are now pleasantly located
in Syracuse, after a most enjoyable

visit to their daughters in New York

city. Master Louis Long remained in
New York with his married sister.

Miss Kathleen Jackson invites the

members of the Tuesday auction club

tc play with her at 4 o'clock tomor

row afternoon.

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Mr. Reynolds Crook returned to his

home in Jacksonville, Ala., Saturday
afternoon.
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Mr. Earl Hall left today for a three
days' stay in Jacksonville.

Miss Lois Pedrick left Wednesday

morning for Ocala, where she will
accept a position as lady principal in
thestate industrial school for girls.
Miss Pedrick is very capable of this
position and 'the state made no mis mistake
take mistake in selecting her. Dade City

Banner.

Mrs. Joseph Malever and her two

youngest children left Sunday for a
few weeks visit to Charlotte, N. C.

Mr. Rutherford Carlisle and wife of

Jacksonville are in the city, the guests

of Mr. Carlisle's parents, Mr. and

Mrs. J. B.' Carlisle.

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Carlisle Jr. of

Dunnellon spent Sunday with Mrs.

Carlisle's f sisters," Misses Alma and

Lilian Melin, in this city.

Mrs. J. W. Davis left Saturday

night for Jacksonville, where she was

called 4 by the serious illness of Mrs.

J. A. Mitchell.

Miss Rowena Griffin of Gainesville
is the cruest of Maior and 'Mrs. T. D.

Lancaster for a couple of months.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Borden are be

ing 'congratulated on the arrival of a

handsome little son. who was born

June 24th at the hospital.

Misses Manon Hendry ang? Mary

Philyaw of Perry, Miss Minnie Tre Tre-mere
mere Tre-mere 6f 1 Belleview and Miss ; Mignon

Perez of Jacksonville are expected in
Ocala this week for a visit to Mis3
Isabelle Davis. These young girl3
wit htheir hostess will represent Italy

in the pageant on July 4th.
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Red -Cross Members

Misses Luvey Lou Schoeflin, Ruth

Simmons and Ulanee Harnett took in

the following Red Cross members this
morning: A. H. Spafford, George L.

Wilson, A. C. Williams, E. E. French,
Foy Carroll, Mrs. M. E. Lopez, Mrs.
J. C. Caldwell, Miss Ruth Simmons.
The nine members, sale of sixteen

pins and donations this morning
amounted to $16.
The Red Cross wishes to thank
Mrs. Waugh of Palm Beach for he
beautiful baby cap she donated to
the Red Cross. It is for sale at the
headquarters.
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W. C. T. U. Program
The regular meeting of the W. C.
T. U. will be held at the Presbyterian
church Tuesday afternoon at four
o'clock. Flower Mission, day will be
observed and the following program
rendered:
America.
Life of Jennie Cassiday, founder of
Flower Missions Mrs. E. Van Hood.
Solo Miss Musie Bullock.
Yearly report of Flower Mission
Mrs. D. W. Tompkins, superintendent.
Reading, "We Can Do Much to
Help" Mrs. W. H. Clark.

Solo Miss Gladys Martin.. Accom
panist, Miss Irma Blake.

- Flowers will be distributed to the
hospital and to the industrial school,

by Mrs. W. T. Gary and Mrs. E. A
Osborne.

Any one interested in this beautiful

work will please send flowers to the

Presbyterian church Tuesday after

noon.
France "in the Pageant

The following girls who are to rep represent
resent represent France in the pageant July

4th are asked to meet with their

leader, Miss Onie Chazal, at her home
Wednesday afternoon at 5 o'clock,
nanfely: Misses Mae Stein, Lois Liv

ingston, Louise Toffaletti, Sidney Per Perry,
ry, Perry, Theo Beckham, Annie Moorhead,
Dorothy Sehreiber, Theo Wallis, Hel Helen
en Helen Brown, Kathleen Jackson, Hester
Dewey, Mrs. C. W. Moreman,' Mrs.
Weller Carmichael, Mrs. C. C. Bryant
and Mrs. J. J. Blalock.
Miss Lola Raysor and sister, Miss
Victoria, left Sunday for their home
in Ocala. The former has fully recov recovered
ered recovered from her accidental poisoning.
Arcadia Enterprise.

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Caldwell and

family returned yesterday from a

several days' motor trip to Jackson

ville. They left Master Joe Caldwell

for a visit to his aunts and brought

Mrs. Caldwell's mother, Mrs. D. T.

Mclntyre for a month's visit.

Mr. Bradford Webb who has been

seriously ill at the hospital, was much

improved this morning.

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Made over to your 'liking,
with rosy cheeks, hearty ap appetites,
petites, appetites, vigorous digestion and ro robust
bust robust health. Give them a glass of
this delicious digestant with meals
Skivai Ale
PURE DIGESTIVE AROMATICS WITH
SHIVAR MINERAL WATEB AS 3 GINGER
Nothing like it for building rich
blood and solid flesh. At all gro grocers
cers grocers and druggists satisfaction or
your money back on first dozen.
Bottled and guaranteed by the cele celebrated
brated celebrated Shivar Mineral Spring, She! She!-toTi,
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Condensed Statement of the

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of Ocala, Florida
At the close of business June 20th 1917, asjcalled for iby the' Comptroller
of the currency. Klfc '.iiO

ASSETS
Loans and Discounts - -
Stocks and Bonds and Securities
Overdrafts.-
Bank Building, Furniture and Fixtures
Real Estate
Cash and Due from Banks
TOTAL-

. ?348,415.71
163,235.15
.... 9.47
38,500.00
..... .... 3,113.40
l-l.-U,,. 213,169.16
$766,442.89

LIABILITIES

Capital Stock . -.
Surplus -Undivided
Profits .
Deposits

$ 50,000.00
30,000.00
. 7,259.35
679,183.54

TOTAL-.

. . . . -$766,442.81

Deposits; June 20tfe, 1917,
Deposits, June 20tti, 1916 ......
Increase for One Year .. ....

$679,183.54
5 71,038.18
. $108,145.36

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OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1917

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Notice
Those who are to sing in the chorus
on July 4th will please meet at the
Woman's Club building at 8 o'clock
tonight for the first rehearsal. Miss
Cecile Downs, chairman of ttie music
committee, hopes for a large crowd,
and requests all those who, sing if not
previously' asked, to attend tonight.
She has one hundred printed copies
of the words of the six anthemns to
be sung. It will take so many voices
in" the bandstand to make a success success-ful
ful success-ful chorus, and you will be, helping
the Red Cross.

A DISTRESSING ACCIDENT

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Miss Margaret Hocker has returned
from a two days visit to Mrs. Jack
Camp at the lake.

Little Miss Mildred Bullock's
friends are sorry to hear she has
been sick for several days.

Mrs. Keet of Jacksonville wjll re return
turn return from Eustis today for another
visit to Mrs. Susan Ellis and family.

The embroidery circle of the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church is meeting this after afternoon
noon afternoon with Mrs. Ardis Waterman.
Mr. and Mrs. Gay C. Livingston of
Kissimmee, were the week-end guests
of Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Bennett at the
lake.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Caldwell and
family, Mrs. D. T. Mclntyre and Mr.
Jarnes Bowen motored to Leesburg
.jfoday for a several days visit. They
wilj, bex accompanied home by Miss
Jesie.'Agram who will spent a week
with Mrs. Caldwell.
,Mrs.-B. J. Potter and Mrs. Mallory
Liddon of Jacksonville are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Ardis Waterman.
The pretty little Waterman baby was
baptized Valeta Potter at the "Presby "Presbyterian
terian "Presbyterian church yesterday morning.

Sunday afternoon just after the
rain and wind storm, Mr. and Mrs.
Reuben Redding, their t$6n, Mrs. Red Red-ding's
ding's Red-ding's mother, Mrs. McConn, from the
Withlacoochee river, and a man em

ployed by Mr. Redding were riding in
their automobile.

The wind blew down a telephone

pole on the road near their home, sev several
eral several miles south, of town, and some
one had propped the pole up so that
the wire cleared horse drawn vehicles
but was not quite high enough to

clear the car top. When the car pass

ed beneath it the top struck the wire,
pulled the pole down and around it

went through the windshield and un

der the top of the car, striking the
roan on the front seat a glancing

blow and striking Mrs. McConn, who.

was riding in the rear seat, squarely
in the forehead a terrific blow, which

crushed in the skull.

Mrs. McConn, who is more than 70
years of age, was taken to the hos hospital
pital hospital as quickly as possible and all
attention given her, but her condition
is exceedingly grave. Mrs. McConn
is the mother of Mrs. Redding and
has been with her a great deal in re recent
cent recent years. Her home, however, is
on the Withlacoochee river, in the
Gaiter section.
Mr. Redding and his wife were sit sitting
ting sitting on the rear seat with their moth mother
er mother and neither was injured in the
slightest. Mr. Redding sajd he saw
the accident and the pole coming into
the car but it all happened so quickly
that he could scarcely tell how it occurred.

Kill OMlffiS

Drs. J. E. Chace and M. C. Izlar
have returned from attendance on the
meeting of the state dental society at
Atlantic Beach.

The largest line of bathing caps in
the city all shades, shapes and col colors.
ors. colors. The Court Pharmacy. 15-tf

Sheriff Galloway, the other day,
saw a husky colored boy, evidently
22 or 23, and asked him how old he
was. "Sixteen, sah," said the darkey.

Buy your drugs from the Rexall
store it is always the best drug
store. ,tl

Follow Maxw

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May 23ra

There is a splendid specimen of
Marion county corn in front of Ty Ty-dings'
dings' Ty-dings' drugstore. It is a thick stalk
twelve feet high and with ears enough
to hear people brag about it a block
away. It was raised on Junie Counts'
farm south of town.

W. K. Lane, A. i)n Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf

FIRST AID CLASS
OF THE RED CROSS

Mr. and Mrs. C. R. f Murphy and
children of Oak, Mrs. Bessie Ham Ham-mack
mack Ham-mack and daughter Louise and Misses
Julia and Evelyn Thompson formed a
congenial party who motored -to
Montbrook yesterday morning for the
day. They were guests of Mr, and
Mrs. C. F. Gamble and their sister."
Mr. C. R. Tydings and Mr. Robert
Tydings have returned from a three
days motor trip to Jacksonville. Mrs.

Tydings and Miss Annie Davis left

the last of the week for Baltimore,
where Mrs. Tydlng's will spend a

month or more in Johns Hopkins hos hospital,
pital, hospital, after which they will take a cot

tage in Maryland or New Jersey for
the remainder of the summer. They
shipped their Buick to use during
their stay in the north.
Mrs. H. S. Chambers and her bright
little boy carue up from the lake for
a visit today.
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Mrs. L. H. Van Engelken is in
charge at Red Cross headquarters
this afternoon.

Mr. J. M. Fenriell, one of Marion's
livest farmers who was in town Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, came in to give the Star a
cordial invitation to attend a picnic
to be held at his place by the Ken Ken-drick
drick Ken-drick Sunday school. Jim Ms as hos hospitable
pitable hospitable as -he is enterprising.

The Empire Cafe building on the
civic center lot may somewhat jar the
eye of the aesthetic but it is a haven
of refuge for all who want a square
meal at a low price. Mr. and Mrs.
Baum acquired a fine reputation some
yeau ago for keeping a splendid din dining
ing dining room, and have never allowed it
to be lessened.

The Liberty Loan was oversubscrib oversubscribed
ed oversubscribed by nearly fifty-two per cent, the
official total being $3,305,226,850, di divided
vided divided among 4,000,000 investors. The
New York Federal Reserve district
led with a total "of $1,186,788,400,
three times that of Chicago.
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Tha man who raises a big crop of
potatoes in this year of his country's
need is a potatriot.
Saturday the Star printed an ar article
ticle article by Rev. R. B. Bowers on "The
Law of God and the Individual." This
morning we received an article in re reply
ply reply to it by Rev. J. R. Herndon. We
will publish Mr. Herndon's article as
soon as v;e can have it set, and that
will have to close the argument. We
can't allow theological questions to be
discussed in the Star.

The Boy Scout movement in Ocala
is slow. Mr. Stephens has succeeded
in interesting a number of the boys,
but the attendance is not what it
should be. Barents should take pride
in encouraging their boys to join this
useful and honorable organization. It
will help the country and it will help
the boys. We know several young
men who joined the Scouts here foui foui-or
or foui-or five years ago and in a few months
learned things that will always be
uw.Tul to them. There is much great greater
er greater necessity for -their joining the
Scouts now than there was then.
There will be a meeting of the Scouts
at the library tomorrow afternoon at
5:S0, and not only the enrolled mem members
bers members but every other bay in Ocala "who
is eligible should be present.
Advertise in the Star.

The first aid .class of the Red Cross
will meet at the lecture room of the

library June 25 at 3 p. m. Anyone

wishing to become a member please

be present, as the classes will be or

ganized so as to begin work at once.

E. G. Peek, Chairman.

NOTICE TO BOY SCOUTS

The Scouts will meet at the library

tomorrow afternoon at 5:30. All

members requested to be present.
Bunyan Stephens.

Mayor Chace has another honor.
He has been elected by the state den dental
tal dental society to represent it at the na national
tional national convention a duty, he has per performed
formed performed several times before.

The largest line of bathing caps in
the city all shades, shapes and col colors.
ors. colors. The Court Pharmacy. 15-tf

Dr. M. C. Izlar of Ocala, and one
of our city's most esteemed young
men, has been elected corresponding
secretary an dtreasurer of the Florida
Dental Society.

The largest line of bathing caps in
the city all shades, shapes and col colors.
ors. colors. The Court Pharmacy. v 15-tf

Mr. W. L. Hall, one of the Star's
friends from the northwest of the
county, who was in town Saturday,
reported a grand picnic at Fellowship
Friday. Many Ocala people attended.

Four of our friends went fishing in
the Withlacoochee one morning last
week, but they only had thirty-two
bottles of beer with them, so they
returned early in the afternoon.

$25 REWARD

$25 reward will be paid to any per person
son person furnishing information that will
lead to the capture and conviction of
the party or parties who broke into
the garage of C. R. Murphy at Oak,
Fia., and stole from his car a back
seat cushion with extra cover (cover
gray), one Diamond black tread non non-skid
skid non-skid tire J&Vz x 30 (tire new), one
bronzed American eagle radiator orn ornament,
ament, ornament, three rubber, covers for foot
pedals, all for 1917 model Ford tour touring
ing touring car.
The McDowell Crate & Lumber Co.,
6-23-dly3twlt By T. I. Arnold.
$25 REWARD

Capt. W. P. Jackson, one of Tam Tampa's
pa's Tampa's oldest citizens, and known and
honored by thousands of South Flor Flor-idians,
idians, Flor-idians, is dead.

Altho Great Britain is suffering
from "the submarine blockade and
America isn't, bread and meat cost
doly about half as much in Britain as
they do in America.

A party if rom Ocala who have been

here attending the Florida Title Men's
convention left this morning at four

o'clock in an automobile. In the
party were R. S. Rogers, W. M. Wil

son, W. W. CSyatt and L. J. Clyatt.

Miami Metropolis.

A letter from Miss Janet Frey,
now in Chicago, to a friend in this
city says her brother Robert has
joined the engineering corps and ex expects
pects expects soon to go to France.

I will pay a reward of $25 for in information
formation information leading : to the arrest and
conviction of the person or persons
who on the night of June 12th, stole
from a new Maxwell car at the home

of P. G. Bailey in Ocala, Fla., a prest

o-lite storage battery and a front

seat cushion.

6-23-3tdlyltw R. R. Carroll.

MAXWELL BARGAINS
We have two Maxwell touring car
bargains. Both in first class condi condition,
tion, condition, with brand new tires, thoroughly
rebuilt. One a 1 1916 model, one a
1917 model. Cash or terms.
The Maxwell Agency, Ocala, Fla.

Marshal Carter is putting up large
and legible signs on the south side of
Fort King, warning autoists not to
stop their cars between Main street
and Watula.

A Star reporter visited the indus industrial
trial industrial school this morning, and will try
to tell tomorrow what he saw there.

Hundreds, of Maxwells on May 23rd made good
our claim that a Maxwell will go further on a
gallon of gasoline than any other 5 -passenger ear ear-now,
now, ear-now, from June 16th to 30th, we expect 40,000
Maxwells to make as mood or a better show

ing than was made on historic May 23rd.

U,;lKBSffi3SHOT:.'::'IHffi!HliTi

We told you to watch the Maxwells with the
one-gallon red gas tanks attached to the
windshields.
We told you they were going to make history on
May 23rd.
That was Maxwell Gasoline Economy Contest
Day all over the United States and Canada.
And those Maxwells did make history
achieved a triumph we defy the world to beat.
Fifty Maxwell cars went a total of 1,983.6 miles
on a total of 50 gallons of gasoline.
The average gallon mileage of those cars was
39.67.
And these weren't specially built cars.
They were privately owned Maxwells.
in actual daily Use by the men who bought
them.
892 Maxwell Cars Prove What
Maxwell Economy Is
Those 892 cars covered 24,505.3 miles in the
aggregate on one gallon of gasoline each.
They averaged 27.47 miles each per gallon of
gasoline. More wonderful records are being
received daily.
We could rest our laurels on this great triumph
but we don't intend to do that.
Nobody else can beat it
go we're going to beat it ourselves.

$50,000 In U. S. Liberty Bonds
To Be Given Away Next Time
Inspired by the splendid success of the Maxwell
dealers' economy contest of May 23rd
we're offering now $25,000 in U. S. Liberty
Bonds as prizes to the 500 Maxwell owners
who make the best mileage on one gallon of
gasoline. Every Maxwell owner has an even
chance to win a bond.
0
June 16th to ,30th are the opening and closing
dates of this second great Maxwell economy
contest.
The other half of the $50,000 Liberty Bonds is to
go to dealers for helping us with this stu stupendous
pendous stupendous undertaking.
Your Chance To Win a
U. S. Liberty Bond V
If you own a Maxwell your chance to win a
Liberty Bond is as good as anybody's
no matter what State you'live in. The rules
of the contest give every owner a fair and
even chance.
The contest is open to women as well as men
Maxwell owners.
See us at once for details of the contest.
Enter this history-making competition now.
Win a Liberty Bond.

R. R. CARROLL

Ocala

Florida

Mr. E. A. Keep, who has been so
sick for several weeks, has been dis discharged
charged discharged from the hospital cured. He
expects soon to leave for his old home
in Albion, Mich., accompanied by his
son, Mr. J. L. Keep, who came here
from Albion to attend his father dur during
ing during his illness.

Federal Judge R. M. Call has done
the proper and graceful thing by re reappointing
appointing reappointing Judge David S. Williams
United States commissioner. Judge
Williams is not a democrat, but he is
so much liked andrespected.by the

democrats in this section that they

are glad to see party claims disre
garded in his favor.

"Unclassified" ads bring results.

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UNCLASSIFIED ADS.
STRAYED Three months' old white
bulldog. Suitable reward for return
to Mrs. D. W. Hall, 7 West Fifth
street. 21-3t
WANTED To exchange $450 Lester
piano for second hand Ford car. Ad Address
dress Address "Exchange," care Ocala Even Evening
ing Evening Star. s 19-6t

FOR SALE Second hand building
material ;also two platform scales.
New union passenger station. A. M.
Walkup Co. 21-6t

FOR RENT Furnished house with
all modern conveniences, on North
Sanchez Street. Can give immediate
possession. Apply at Carter's Bak Bakery,
ery, Bakery, or phone 360. 15-tf.

Excursion Rates
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FOR SALE One Maxwell roadster
converted into a truck. In good con

dition. Apply' to Meadows Repair

Shop, N. Orange street, near Sea

board depot. 22-6t

Do You Want a
- HOEU3E?
A Good Seven Room House for
1100
Payments only $10 per month. See
L M. MURRAY-
Room 5 Holder Block. Ocala, Fla.

PLUMBING AIMO

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING
When you have plumbing or elec

trical contracting, let us furnish you

too small, tf H. W. Tucker.

We're in business for YOUR health,

and fill your prescriptions just as

your physician orders them. Prompt

service and pure drugs. The Court

Pharmacy. Phone 284. 15-tf
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocation of the Ocils
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on th
fourth Friday in every month t
8 p. m. B. C. Webb, H.P.
Jake Brown, Secy.

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CITY TICKET OFFICE
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We will pay spot cash for all kinds

of Iron, Brass, Copper, Aluminum,

Rags, Cotton Mattresses, Tires and

all kinds of Old Rubber, all kinds of

Beer Bottles, Cov Hides, etc.

Levine Kessler & Co.

Office and Yard 310 South Main St.
OCALA FLORIDA

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carpenter and builder
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Work 'for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

Star ads. are business builders.

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