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Success of British Operations in this Sector
Seems to be Certain
1IICH III PROBABLY RESUME DFFE11SIVE III THE HEAR FUFURE ADVANTAGE III GREECE
WILL BE PUSHED" BV IKE ALLIES
While General Haig is closing in so
closely upon Lens that the capture
by the British of this important cen center
ter center and its adjacent coal fields seems
imminent, there is a question of
whether the British operations will
be accompanied by a French offensive
movement on a like scale. While' Gen.
Haigand Gen. Petain, the French
commander, have been jockeying for
positions along the Aisne and Cham Champagne
pagne Champagne fronts, particularly on the for former,
mer, former, it seems like German activities
are efforts to choke off any, possible
i a i xi r
general movement, Dy me r rencn. uen.
Petain's occasional strokes give the
impression he is merely trying to pre preserve
serve preserve vantage points with the idea of
resuming the offensive at some future
Evidently the Allies intend to have
convocated the Greek parliament of
May 19, 1915, which was controlled
by the Venezelists having a majority
favqrable to the Entente.
TO FELL THE BRITISH TREES
London, June 27. Ten units of
American woodmen who were sent by
the New England states and organiz organized
ed organized to turn many forests in England
into lumber, have arrived on English
ALL RUSSIA EXPRESSES ITSELF
Petrograd, June 27. :A resolution
rejecting any move for separate peace
between Germany and Russia has
been adopted by the congress of
workmens' and soldiers' deputies of
AMERICAN SHIP SUNK
London, June 27. The American
sailing vessel Galejia, one thousand
tons, was sunk by a bomb June 25th,
off the French coast. There were no
MONGOLIA STRUCK A MINE
Bombay, June 27. The Peninsular
' & Oriental Line liner Mongolia struck
a mine and was sunk. All on board
were saved, but it is believed the
mails were lost.
MOSE HIT IT A RUNNIN'
They tell a tale on MoseCoker, a
colored citizen of Ocala and owner of
a Maxwell car, which he drives for
hire. Mose took a party of colored
people to Tampa- a few days ago, and
when they returned, one of the men
had his face badly skinned up and
Policeman Grubbs, thinking he had
been in a fight, asked him about it,
and he said he was thrown against
the windshield "post of a car and hurt
it, and then proceeded' to tell the of
ficer how it happened.
They were between Plant City and
Tampa on the nice brick road, and
Mose was hitting it up, when in pass
ing another car got too near the edge,
where there was a fill or embankment
ten feet high and he car jumped off,
landed on its feet or wheels, many
yards away and ten feet below the
road level, never slackened its pace
and kept going until the soft ground
gradually checked its speed. Mose
drove on for more than a mile thru
the woods till he could find a place
sufficiently level to rebain the brick
Thousands of the people have seen
the big posters, made by the motion
picture people, entitled "Aeroplaning
in a Maxwell," but Mose did" the stunt
literally, without any stage setting
or selection of the time or place, and
hi3 car was not damaged in the least.
TEAM OF MULES FOR RENT
A good heavy team of mules with
driver to rent by the day or wees
. Apply to Box 374 or Star office. 26-7t
Buv your drugs from the Rexal
store it is always the best drug
store. . u
23 U II
WILSON WANTS 70,000
President Wilson has by proclamation fixed the week beginning Satur
day as Recruiting Week for the Regular Army.. The army needs and ex expects
pects expects to obtain during the week 70,000 men to fill every regiment to war
strength. The men cannot be obtained,
operation of the American press. I am relying confidently upon the pat patriotism
riotism patriotism of the press in this emergency and know that 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 country,
try, country, Newton D. Baker, Secretary of War.
Not Much Probability Ranks of the
Regular Army Will be Filled
by Friday Night
( Associated Press)
Washington, June 27, With
cruiting week half gone, war depart department
ment department officials estimated that the reg regular
ular regular army is more than 50,000 men
short of war strength. It is appar apparent
ent apparent there has been no general re response
sponse response to the president's call for
70,000 volunteers by Friday night.
Officials, however, hope for greater
activity the next, three days.
"Nine states have a quota of eight
below 75 per cent; twenty below 50
per cent; six below 25 per cent. Geor
gia has 59 ,per cent; Florida 65 per
cent, and South Carolina 22 per cent.
BEN BLITCH INJURED BADLY
The Star greatly regrets to report
a severe injury to Mr, B. R. Blitch of
Mr. Blitch with some of his neigh
bors motored to Blue Springs yester yesterday
day yesterday morning, and of course most of
the party went in swimming. Mr.
Blitch dived off the springboard and
struck his head on something, knock knocking
ing knocking him senseless.
He was in the water for some min
utes and was rescued with difficulty.
If it hadn't been for the work of his
nephew, Mr. Landis Blitch, who has
learned methods of resuscitation at
school, and work with him for two
hours, Mr. Blitch would probably have
died. : ''
He is better today, but it will prob
ably be some time before he entirely
CAR TOOK A BANK ROLL
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Faust were
taking a trip through Georgia this
week in their Maxwell car, when the
car skidded off a slick clay road on a
rainy day and rolled down the em embankment
bankment embankment which was at least twenty
feet high. Strange to say, neither
Mr. or Mrs. Faust were injured at all,
other than a few slight bruises. Mr.
Faust remained to make the minor
repairs on the car, it not being very
much damaged, and Mrs. Faust Ire Ire-turned
turned Ire-turned home on the train.
We are making especially attrac attractive
tive attractive prices on -all the Trimmed Hats
in our store. It will be to your inter interest
est interest and advantage to come now and
see our offerings.
2"-4t HA YCRAFT MILLINERY.
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.
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY,
era I 1
MEN THIS WEEK
however, without the hearty co
HUE OFFICERS ABOVE
TO ENTER SECOND SERIES
. The war department has issued the
following announcement concerning a
second series of officers' training
camps which will be held beginning
The Adjutant General's Office.
" 1 Memorandum of Information
Officers' Training Camps, August 27,
" November 26, 1917.
- 1. General Plant: To provide of
ficers for the drafted forces of the
national army, the war department
has adopted the policy of commission
ing all new officers of the line (in
fantry, cavalry, field and coast artil
lery) purely on the basis of demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated ability after three months
observation and training in the offi
cers training camps. Thus, the ap
pointment of officers of the new arm
ies will be made entirely on merit and
free from all personal or other in
As an emergency to nrovide offi
cers for the first 500,000 drafted
troops the war department has put in
operation sixteen officers' training
camps with a total attendance of
about 40,000. These sixteen -camps
correspond to the territorial divisions
in which it is planned to raise troops
underthe draft act of May 18, 1917.
These camps, which began May 15,
1917, are expected to provide line of officers
ficers officers well qualified as to character
and training and sufficient for the
first increment of 500,000, with a re reserve
serve reserve for that increment.
Following the policy of commission commissioning'
ing' commissioning' officers on demonstrated worth, it
is intended that, after the first in increment
crement increment of 500,000 has been organiz organized,
ed, organized, officers will be appointed by pro promoting
moting promoting officers and men already in the.
regular army, National Guard, and
drafted forces, thus giving to those
who have volunteered or have been
drafted for military service full op
portunity to earn promotion to the
exclusion of those not in actual mill
The period devoted to the organiza
tion of the first 500,000 must there
fore be devoted to training and select
ing officers for the second 500,000 to
suDnlement those promoted from
- rr j -
troops in service.
To meet this situation a second se series
ries series of officers' training camps will
be held beginning August 27, 1917,
with the definite mission of produc producing
ing producing a body of line officers (infantry,
cavalry, field and coast artillery) ca capable
pable capable of filling all places in the grades
above lieutenant and many of the
places in the grade of lieutenant in
the second 500,000 troops.
The training camps to be establish established
ed established for this purpose will afford those
not in the military service, or drafted
in the future, the last opportunity to
become officers. Also, in connection
with these camps it is to be noted
that mature and experienced men are
needed to fill the higher grades (first
lieutenant, captain, major and a few
II SPITE OF TEOTOII SUBMARIHES THEY SAFELY
A French Seaport, June 27. A sec
ond contingent of American troops
arrived here today. The Americans
landed amid frantic cheers of the peo
ple who lined the docks for hours in
anticipation of yesterday's surprise
arrival. The town was decorated.
The troops were immediately trans
ferred to a camp near this port,
where Major General Sibert is in
stalled. They will probably go soon
to some point near the front. The
men are in excellent condition and en-
thiisin stir nvpr a '- snpPSB"fnl ri-n
They are eager for action., General i
Pershing, the American commander,
is expected .tomorrow. The harbor
is dotted with convoys.
Washington, June 27. The Ameri American
can American troops in France are all regulars.
They will act as an independent com command
mand command but in conjunction with the
lieutenant colonels) in the second
4. Qualifications. Classes eligible
to apply. Age limits.
(a) Members of the officers' re reserve
serve reserve corps (line sections) who, thru
no fault of their own, were unable to
attend the first series of camps; also
reserve officers of state corps under
fifty years of age with at least two
months' experience in war and who
have had experience in fantry, caval cavalry
ry cavalry or artillery.
(b) Non-commissioned officers of
the regular army recommended iri
March, 1917, for temporary appoint
ment in case of war and who, through
no fault of their own, were unable to
attend the training schools for regu regular
lar regular army non-commissioned officers in
April, 1917. Maximum age limit,
(c) Resigned officers of the regular
army. Maximum age limit, fifty
(d) Men of proper qualifications
made eligibleN for the officers' reserve
corps by the army appropriation act
of May 12, 1917. Maximum age limit,
(e) Men who have qualified for
commissions under general orders No.
42, war department. Maximum age
limit, fifty years.
(f) Citizens of the United States
who have had war service in the pres present
ent present war as officers or. non-commis
sioned officers of the line in the arm
ies of allied powers. Maximum age
Jimit, forty-four years.
(g) Men of exceptional qualifica qualifications
tions qualifications who tendered their services to
the government prior to June 5, 1917,
and who have been listed under gen general
eral general orders No. 37, war department,
1916. Maximum age limit, fifty years.
(h) Ciitzens with valuable military
experience and adaptability for com commissioned
missioned commissioned grade, or citizens who have
demonstrated marked ability and ca capacity
pacity capacity for leadership, and are clearly
adapted for military service in com
missioned grades. Maximum age limit,
Note Men who applied for the first
series of camps must reapply whether
or not certified as suitable for the first
camps. Right to enter camp, if select
ed, is not affected by the fact that
applicant is drafted before, or after
The minimum age limit for all ap
nlicants is twenty years and nine
months. However, in order to obtain
the experienced class of men desired
preference will be given to men over
thirty-one years of age other things
being equal. Because of the antici
pated large number of applications, it
will probably be difficult for men un
der that age to qualify except in in
stances where the applicant has pre preeminent
eminent preeminent qualifications or unusual
military experience. This applies to
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 v present
themselves for enlistment during the week herein designated to the num number
ber number of 70,000. Woodrow Wilson.
JUNE 27, 1917.
Your president calls you
The army wants you
The country needs you
Come on all you loyal Americans
and let's help free the world that our
children like itt ce'
t H. P. McCain,
Adjutant General'of the Army.
the training camps described herein.
For later camps see paragraph 1.
5. Manner of Application and Pro Procedure
cedure Procedure for Selection: All who desire
to become candidates will apply on
the official application blank. Men
certified as acceptable for the first
series of camps (the camps now in
operation) but not directed to attend
must in all cases renew their appli applications.
cations. applications. Department commanders
have been directed to return to prior
applicants papers filed with their pre previous
vious previous applications.,
A member of the National Guard in
Federal service may apply through
channels and, if accepted, will be part
of his state quota. While in the train training
ing training camp he will be on detached ser service
vice service from his National Guard organ organization.
ization. organization. For application blanks, address Ex
amining umcer, becond Training
Camp, 53 West Bay street, Jackson
ville, Fla. Do not apply in person,
but write for application blanks.
Applications will be received be
tween June 15 and July 15h 1917.
Under no circumstances will an appli application
cation application be considered if received after
July 15. It will be promptly returned
to the applicant. f
Shortly after July 15 army examin
ers will visit various points, to be
announced, in each state. Applicants
selected for personal and physical ex examination
amination examination will Jbe notified to appear
before the regular army examiner in
person at a convenient point for in
quiry into his records? capacity, lead leadership,
ership, leadership, and qualifications in general,
also for further physical examination
if deemed necessary by the examiner.
After the personal and physical ex
aminations are completed, and as soon
after August 1, 1917, as practicable
(not later than August 10) the acx
cepted applicants will be notified
when and where to go for the train training
ing training course.
6. Obligation: Accepted appli
cants, unless they are reserve officers
or members of the regular army or
National Guard in Federal service,
will be required to enlist for a period
of three months, under section 54,
national defense act, and will agree to
accept such commission in the army
cf the United States as may.be ten
dered by the secretary of war. The
enlistment obligates one to service in
thetraining camp only.
7. Appointments at Close of the
Camps. Age Limits for Commission
Men will be "classified and recom
mended for commissions on the basis
of their qualifications as demonstrat
ed during the training. Those eligible
under the officers' reserve corps age
limits (up to thirty-two for second
lieutenant, thirty-six for first lieuten
ant, forty for captain, and forty-five
for major) will be commissioned for
five years in the reserve corps. How
ever, these age limits will not govern
all appointments because under the
draft act of May 18, 1917, these age
limits do not apply for appointment
for the war only. Accordingly, men
qualified for commissions (except for
the reserve corps age limits) will be
Red Cross Has No Guardian of
IE THE AID OF
Baltimore, June 27. To offset "the
malicious rumor circulated that the
American Red Cross Society is dis discriminating
criminating discriminating against the nursing sis sisterhoods
terhoods sisterhoods of the Catholic church, Car Cardinal
dinal Cardinal Gibbons took the matter up
with the Red Cross. In a pointed let letter
ter letter to the cardinal, Eliot Wadsworth,
atting chairman of the Red Cross,
said there was no discrimination, that
said sisterhoods were allowed to wear
their particular garb during the Span-ich-American
war and quoted a Red
Cross rule showing that the aid of
the sisterhoods was desired.
On 'the Mongolia Resulted in Gun
. Crew Being Held
Washington, June. 27. The report
cf the investigation of the naval gun
accident in May on the American arm
ed merchantman Mongolia, absolving
the gun crew and commending the
navy department for making changes
in ammunition designed to prevent
such accidents, was unanimously
adopted by the Senate naval commit committee
tee committee today.
OTHER ARTICLES A DDED
Copper and lead and their products,
lumber and timber are additional ar
ticles to which government control
may be extended under amendments
adopted by the Senate agricultural'
commissioned in the national army for
the war. In other, words, a man of
forty may be commissioned a second
lieutenant in this manner if recom recommended
mended recommended for that grade.
8. Pay and Expenses: The gov
ernment will pay the men in training
$100 per month during the three
months' course and will provide trans
portation, uniforms and subsistence,
except that reserve officers in train
ing will receive the pay of their
grades and will provide uniforms and
subsistence at their own expense.
The government will provide all
necessary arms and equipment, and
the necessary drill regulations and
other publications used in the eottrse
will be issued to accepted applicants
in the camps. V
9. Course of Instruction: The
training will cover a period of three
months. For the first month the
course will be uniform for all, with
the purpose of giving instruction in
the duties common to all arms. At
the end of a month the men will be
divided, according to qualifications
and needs of the service, into infan
try, cavalry, field and coast artillery
for special instruction in their re
spective branches during the last two
months. Candidates for cavalry com
missions will be equipped and trained
dismounted for service as infantry.
10. Character of Men Desired:
Since the special object of these
camps is to train a body of men fitted
to fill the more responsible positions
of command inthe new armies, every
effort will be made to select men of
exceptional character and proved
ability in their various occupations.
WTiile it is desired to give full oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity for all eligible citizens to ap
ply,, no man need maice application
whose record is not in all 'respects
above reproach and who does not pos possess
sess possess the fundamental characteristics
necessary to inspire respect and con confidence.
fidence. confidence. Bv order of the secretary of war:
H. P. McCain,
The Adjutant General.
A SIXTEEN FORD
. We have a first class 1916 model
Ford touring car, a fine car, for sale.
Apply at once if you want it.
The Maxwell Agency.
VOL. 23, N0.15B.
THE CATHOLIC SISTERS
SUFFERIIIOS OF WAR
EXPESSIDIIS' OF LATH!
Will be Made at Buenos Aires Re Regarding
garding Regarding Stand to be Taken
During the War
Mexico City, June 27. A Latin Latin-American
American Latin-American diplomat said that all the
Latin-American countries except Cuba
and Panama have accepted the invi invitation
tation invitation of the Argentine Republic to
a congress at Beunos Aires at which
the stand of Latin-America toward
the war will be determined. The in invitation
vitation invitation was extended a month ago.
REMEMBERED THE STAR
The Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling
Works has remembered the Star's
force twice lately with a case of its
delicious and refreshing bottled coca-
cola, which the tired printers enjoyed
very much. Messrs. Dellon and Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell are among the finest ever and
are not backward about exploiting
the merits of their nationally-famous
drink. The firm this season is great
ly exceeding all previous records of
business. Its greatest trouble is to
get enough bottled and delivered to
fill its orders.
PREACHING AT BLITCHTON
Rev. Bunyan Stephens will preach
at Blitchton Baptist church at 3:30
o'clock Saturday afternoon, and all
are cordially invited to1 attend the ser service.
vice. service. It is very likely the Baptist or
chestra will go out with him.
BEST CROPS EVER
Dr. S. H. Blitch, who paid the Star
en appreciated call this morning, says
the Blitchton section has the finest
crops that he has seen anywhere in
the state and his travels take him all
$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,
Fla., 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 ZVz x30 (tire i: 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.
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.
Let U3 nt your car up with' the
famous GOODRICH TIRES. There
are none better. Blalock Bros., 107
Oklawaha avenue. 6-8-tf
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 23, O. E.
meets at Yonge's hall the second ana
ourth Thursday evenings ol e-acU
nonth at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Susan Cook, W. M.
Mrs Rosalie Condon, Secretary.
OGALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERT DAY EXCEPT 6UNDAT
states are well below their quotas. In
Florida only thirty men volunteered
For the first time since the autumn
BiTTiXGEB carroll, proprietors 0f ig98, the United States is able to
K. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. LeaTensfood, Baafneaa naiarer meiend ltseil against tfte aggression OI
j. ii ni.i.. Editor any nrsi-ciass nauon.
Entered at Ocala, Fla.. postofflce as second class matter
Editorial Room, Five-One-Y
One year, in advance $500 One year, to advance ;'f2f
i. -i r i i t to sir month. In advance t 4.25
f? IJk lllxJ 11 iiio, i-l au vaiiw m mr
1.25 Three months, In advance z.z
One month, in advance .60 One month. In advance tO
Don't think any man engaged in any
useful occupation is a slacker because
he isn't in the army. Our workers are
as necessary as our fighters.
A baker's dozen is now eleven,
will be less.
The other Allies drive,
Italians have to climb.
A week from today is the 4th of
July, and" you want to remember that
ball game between our high school
boys and Williston at Hunter Park in
Over $300,000,000 was paid in New
York during 1916 for ice cream.
Possibly the dove of peace is act acting
ing acting as a carrier pigeon, for the Allied
A third of the subscriptions to the
Liberty Loan came out of the city of
St. Petersburg did its bit for the
Red Cross. Nothing slack about the
. The government has put Dr. J. Y.
Porter on the active list with the rank
A good way to cure insomnia is not
to go to bed until you are ready to
drop from weariness.
Kaiser Bill says that with the help
of Almighty God he will put Constan Constan-tine
tine Constan-tine back on his throne.
sheriff of Citrus county, is one of the
most original men in Florida. In the
recent camnaira he bet a barrel of Medical men must be making iots
beer against a barrel of mullet that of money. We saw an Ocala physic-
Catts would be elected, and won. As ian waste a pint of gasoline yester-
I he had both the beer and the mullet, day. Slung it around as careless as1
he probably had a good time while tho it has been champagne.
Says the St. Petersburg Independ-
In regard to the proposed cutting lent: "Tom Benoist and Tony Jannus
off of trains by the Atlantic Coast J are both dead and met violent deaths.
Line, the Star would recommend that Jannus died in Russia presumably in
the people of this city and Gainesville a fall from an aeroplane but Benoist, I
get together and insist that trains 37 la veteran aviator, met death in a trol-
and 38 continue to run on their pres-jley car.
ent route between St. Petersburg and
Trilby instead of soing via Sanf ord. I Hayes Lewis is now the favorite
If this is done, we drink the A. C. L. (subject of the Florida paragraphers.
should be allowed to take the other! But we seriously doubt if Hayes en
trains off. It has been declared by joys it. -Tampa Tribune.
the railroad men for years that 9 and Hardly any man enjoys being
10, 32 and and 35 and 140 and 141 Hayesed.
were being run at a loss. Nos. 37 and
38 are doing a fairly, good business, If the Bryan anti-club law is in.
tf"u li i AV x vuc iU" operative, as it appears to be, it
and the "Tarpon Springs Short" on LOOTY,a uar-a
the other end, were taken off, they
would do more. The average man
who wants to go to Jacksonville from
senators and a governor asleep at the
switch or some senators and a gov
ernor who are not as crazy about
Austrians are asking, themselves
where do they come in if Germany's
nrittle-Europa plan succeeds.
If you want to compliment a red redheaded,
headed, redheaded, girl, tell her she looks like
one of the stripes on the flag. ..
The latest name (at least we have
just heard it) for a graphophone is
"agony box." It fits some of them.
- The death-rate among American
miners from accidents last year was
the lowest in 18 years. "Safety first!"
A $150,000 monument to Jefferson
Iavi3 will be erected shortly, at Fair Fair-view,
view, Fair-view, Ky., his birthplace. It will be
350 feet high.
Mr. Wilson has entirely confuted
his message to Congress in December,
1914, but that is better than if he had
stuck to it.
Jacksonville is to Florida what New
York is to the nation and catches
about the same proportion of. un
Ocala would as soon, or a little sooner, temperance as they pretend to be.
taKetne tram tnat goes tnru nere at Lakeland Telegram.
f.ov m uie morning as me one mai c bl it c u m t h
comes three hours later. One train LnoBnt vnm -i.Af i toij cv
the supreme court until judgment day.
division ana vue people snouia lnsisy.
I A 1 I. 1 1
.ri.il cjciuciii ui uuiuui uas ueen
added to the censorshic and mav be
. ,1 0 I
. .erensKy, wno is tne strong man 01 due to the entrv of the United states
t i i o. nil I w
xtussia now, was orougnt up in oioe- into war A dispatch ann0unced
na. ne is a lawyer ana came into that Ge Pershw had arr;ved at "a
notice ten years ago by leading in British port and went on to say
measures 01 legal resistance to du he was welcomed by the mayor of
reaucratic rule. Kerensky is a social Liverpc. Now it is announced that
revolutionist and believes in attaining Northcliffe has arrived at "an
peace by fighting for it if necessary. American port," and immediately fol
uc u0iaa mo UUy io w lows a statement he issued in New
whip Germany. York. Toronto Mail and EmDire
That "A British Port." "an At-
When a poor man gives a dollar to lantic Port etc is downright dam
1 1 t- J r J ij. i. I '
tne Kea v,ross luna, it comes out M nhoolishness. It conceals nothinor.
his pocket and he feels it.- When John and conceals even less that from
D. Rockefeller gives a million, it Lg enemy
comes out oi tne pocKets 01 otner peo
ple and he doesn't even know he is
"Joe Earman, long the most popular
whisky man iiF the confines of the
state, is said to be slated for chair- i
The war will be decided before man of the state board of control.
America can raise sufficient troops to Another proof that we are iiving un.
der a strictly temperance administra-
? Men are coming forward to join the
regular army, but it is doubtful if the
70,000 President Wilson wants this
week will volunteer.
No, Pauline, the Italians are not
responsible for that crazy letter call called
ed called italics. Some fool Englishman in invented
vented invented the style.
Dr. Stephen" Smith, dean of New
York surgeons, is still busy at the
age of 94, and says work is the best
recipe for longevity. f
, If the A. C. L. reduces its train ser service
vice service according to the program it has
mapped out, it will edal a heavy blow
to the prosperity of Lakeland.
It is announced' by Washington
headquarters that the Red Cross fund
of $100,000,000 just raised will be suf sufficient
ficient sufficient for only six months' work.
be of value, General Von Blume de
clared in Berlin, reviewing the mili military
tary military situation. It doesn't seem to be
being decided in Germany's favor
very rapidly. ;
The Liberty Loan was a good busi-
ness transaction ana came irom
America's, pocket, but the Red Cross
contribution came from America's
heart. -. J :
tion.- Lakeland Telegram.
Joe is probably intended by the
governor to temper the ice water of
prohibition even as a little rye juice
sometimes tempers a drink of frigid i
Winston Churchill, the author,
wants the Allied fleets to go in and
dig the Germans out, even if it costs
them half their ships and men. Prob Probably
ably Probably such a program would suit the
George Washington's grave is being
iberally supplied with flowers by mis
sionaries from abroad seeking to bor
row money. Times-Union.
Sorry to see the Times-Union, make i
such a remark. Reads like is
inspired directly from Berlin.
Senator Fletcher, of Florida, has
introduced a bill for repatriation of
Americans now fighting in the allied
James Richard Gray, who made the
Atlanta Journal the greatest evening
paper in the South, is dead. :
According to the statement of an
American socialist, who has reached
Stockholm, the socialists in the Unit
ed States are neutral, but to the aver-
afire Datriotic American this is but
another word for traitor. St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg Independent.
No time to be neutral now.
Mesopotamia, which in olden times
was the most densely populated part
of the world, is at present the most
sparsely peopled part of the Turkish
A Kansas ranchman recently enter entertained
tained entertained 2500 neighbors in. a new $10, $10,-000
000 $10,-000 residence erected on the site of
tht log cabin built by his father 45
The president of the Utah Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural College says agricultural col col--
- col-- leges teach too much about chemistry
and hot enough about child rearing
The National Guard, still far below
warstrength, is recruiting at the rate
of about 1,000 men a day. All of the
Billy Sunday says the Unitarians
are going to hell. Longfellow Lowell,
Bryant, Holmes, Emerson and a num number
ber number of other leaders in American lit literature
erature literature were Unitarians.
Gov. Catts has removed Geo. R.
Carter from the office of sheriff of
Citrus county and appointed B. O.
Bowden, editor of the Inverness
Chronicle, to succeed him.
In 10 years ; the New York subway
has carried nearly three billion pas passengers,
sengers, passengers, or twice the population of
the world and only one passenger has
been killed in a train accident.
No Use Wearing
A Shiny Palm Beach Snit
We clean and press them with without
out without the use of smoothing irons.
Let us send for yours.
Ocala Steam Laundry
" Just Phone 101
Applications for. a volume of insur insurance
ance insurance totaling nearly $900,000 are de declined
clined declined every year by the life compan companies
ies companies of the United States because of
the unfitness of the applicants.
Our friend Bowden of the Inverness
. Chronicle, who by the grace of God
and Governor Catts has just become
Do You Want a
A Good Seven Room House for
Payments only $10 per month. See
L. l MURRAY
Room 5 Holder Block. Ocala, Fla.
We was at a dance last night and
that is why our stock of editorial
opinionettes is short today. We did
not dance but some of the girls let us
hold their chewing gum while they
triDDed the lierht fantastic. Our lino
type operator, who is the only person
who is obliged to read our effusions,
says he wishes we would go to a dance
TT3 TIT! -T FT UTIQ rf-
f ollow Maxwel iL
oir May 23M.
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 good or a better show showing
ing showing than was made on historic May 23rd.
We told you to watch the Maxwells with the
one-gallon red gas tanks attached to the
We told you they were going to make history on
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
And these weren't specially built cars.
They were privately owned Maxwells.
in actual daily use by the men who bought
892 Maxwell Cars Prove What
Maxwell Economy Is
Those 892 cars covered J24,505.3 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
We could rest our laurels on this great triumph
but we don't intend to do that.
Nobody else can beat it
m 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.
June 16th to 30th are the opening and closing
dates of this second great Maxwell economy
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
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. Trie rules
of the contest give every owner a fair and
The contest is open to women as well as men
See us at once for details of the contest.
Enter this history-making competition now.
Win a Liberty Bond.
R. R. CARROLL
i y ; -''if
lis now a universally acknowledged necessity. No business man is
prepared to meet the daily affairs of his business if he is not pro protected
tected protected with
We represent not only the best fire insurance companies, but
also the highest class INDEMNITY AND BONDING concerns in
the world. Talk is over with us.
D. W. DAVIS,
Electra, June 26. The rains last
week was a treat to the farmers on
this side of the river, but they were
almost too late to do the corn crops
any good, although the weather is
fine for potato planting.
Last Tuesday a week ago an awiul
wind and sand storm went through
this section. Quite a lot of damage
was done, and tha road hands will
have seme work to do in clearing the
Mr. George Heath and family
motored over from Hastings and
spent a few days with relatives last
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Condon spent
the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
L. D. Marsh last Sunday.
Mrs. Will Freyar and children of
Belleview visited relatives and friend?
on this side of the river last week.
Mr. George Griggs and brothers,
Sam, Emmet and Guy, motored over
from Lake Gem and spent Saturday
night and Sunday with friends, re returning
turning returning home Sunday night.
Mr. Andrew Holton happened to
bad luck a few days ago. While
pruning orange trees he stuck a thorn
in his arm which is eausing him much
MissSelma McKinney was the
guest of Miss Frances Marsh Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon.
Mr. L. D. Marsh and daughter, Miss
Annie Marsh, made a business trip to
Guess it will not be long before the
boats can make good time on the Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha river as the government has
two dredge boats at work dredging
out the sandbars. The Sharpshooter
and, Hellkat and the little tugboat,
the Odie, are having a time trying to
haul' potatoes from the Muclan farm
to Silver Springs, the water is so low
in the Oklawaha.
We want more Maxwell owners in
and around 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
or 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,
ad justand regulate the car ready for
te 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 of
all the contestants in the United
States and Canada. You have 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.
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 presto-lite
storage battery and a front
6-23:3tdlyltw R. R. Carroll.
Do you read the "unclassifiedads?
We have two Maxwell touring car
i bargains. Both in first class condi-
tion, with brand new tires, thoroughly
rebuilt, One a 1916 model, one a
1917 modeL Cash or terms.
The Maxwell Agency, Ocala, Fla.
You can add one-fourth to
one-half pound a .-day by
drinking a glass of this delicious
digestant with each meal
PURE ntgESTIYE- AROMATICS WITH
SHIVA fllilEBAL WATER A I'D GiXGEft
Gives a hearty appetite, vigorous
digestion, rich blood, clear complex complexion
ion complexion and firm flesh. Your money
back on first dozen if not delighted.
At all grocers and druggists.
Bottled and guaranteed by the cele celebrated
brated celebrated Shivar Mineral Spring, ShcU
ton, S. C If your regular dealer
cannot supply you telephone
DISTRIBUTOR FOR OCALA.
EM TOUEIST FAKES
From Jacksonville to
New York and return... $38.00
Baltimore and return. .$33.90
Philadelphia and return. $36.00
Washington and return. .$34.00
Savannah and return.... $ 6.00
Boston and return. ... .$45.00
Atlantic City and return $38.25
Niagra Falls and return $48.90
Through tickets to all Eastern resorts, with return limit October
31, 1917, with privilege of stopovers at principal points. Sailings
from Jacksonville via Savannah to Baltimore Wednesday and Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. To Philadelphia, Thursday.
Steamships Suwannee and Somerset have staterooms de luxe with
baths, also shower rooms, hot a and cold, fresh and salt. Runnig
water in all rooms. Wireless telegraph on all ships. Accommoda Accommodations
tions Accommodations unsurpassed. Reservations, fare or any information cheerful cheerfully
ly cheerfully furnished on application.
MERCHANTS & flERS TRAHSPORTATIOH COMPAHY
- Jacksonville, Florida
II. C. Avery, Agent. J. F. WARD, T. P. A L. D. JONES, C. A.
We Have the Equipment and A&ili
To serve you as you. ought to be servied,-and when you are not let us
ask you again, to let us know, for thit is the only way we can accomplisi
Of course, sometimes, little thing go wrong, but they are not inten intentional,
tional, intentional, and, if you will call us up, they will be corrected IMMEDIATELY.
PHONE 34 c OCALA, FLA.
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CAPITAL STOCK S50,000.d0.
Stale, Connty and City Depository,
I'll H it t: i
id 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. ,'
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $6.00.
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. KAVANAUGH
Jacksonville, Fla. and Return
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TICKETS ON SALE JUNE 27th AND JUNE 28th. LIMIT OF JULY 1st.
AT LAP TIC CilST L I K
STANDAJID RAILKO AD. OF THE SOUTH
The Other Side of June
The June of Junes has come, my wife,
and down its fragrant way
There drifts the last faint perfume of
our daughter's wedding day.
The bridal bower is now a stage with
all the players flown,
And we, the memory-audience, are
left to dream alone.
The vows, the smiles, the Lohengrin
it ended all too soon.
And left us two old exiles on The
Other Side of June.
We've watched her proudly, you and
I, come marching down the
new Prince Charming we have
met with mingled hopes and
We knew this day some day must
come, when on Love's hallowed
We'd lay our hearts' full sacrifice
this girl of yours and mine.
Time's tribute thus is paid, my dear,
today we saw hed wed,
And where the old Junes used to be
her new June reigns instead.
It's just our own old story, dear, re
flected down the years:
Once we, too, left an aftermath of
parent-void and tears.
We pondered not June's other side..
. . but bowed to Love alone.
And for, that sweet idolatry today we
So come, let'sr love anew, my wife,
cast an 01 bell aside.
And thank God.we could give to June
so glorious a bride!
W. M. Herschel in Indianapolis
Mr. W. K. Zewadski has returned
from a short visit to Tampa.
Mr. Guy Zewadski returned to Tam
pa yesterday after a four days visit to
his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Zewadski.
Miss Monica Branch returned to
Summerfield yesterday afternoon aft
er a brief visit to Miss Isabelle Davis.
Mrs. Howard Clark and children left
last night for a visit to relatives in
Dn and Mrs. J. M. Gross left yes-
teraay ior at. retersourg lor a
week's visit to friends.
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The Fanny R. Gary Missionary So
ciety of the Baptist church will meet
at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon with
Mrs. W. T. Gary on Fort King avenue.
Mrs. Harvey Hutchinson and
daughter Miss Anna, of Gainesville,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Hampton for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Armour of
Panasoffkee have sold theid orange
grove and farm on the lake, but will
remain on the property till fall to.
care for it.
Mrs. A. B. Smith and Mrs. P. V.
Cristo of Tampa are guests of Mrs.
Cristo's brother, Mr. R. A. Sandifer,
and family. They drove up from
Tampa Monday in a fine -: Hudson
super-six, and had a pleasant and easy
trip; v They expect to remain until
m m m
Miss Inez Sandifer was hostess of
a motor party to Silver Springs, giv given
en given in honor of Mrs. P. V. Cristo and
Mrs. A. B. Smith of Tampa, last
night. The party went out in Mrs;
Crisf b's'Hudson ."' and "Mr. John Need Need-ham's
ham's Need-ham's big Reo, and danced in the
pavilion until 11 o'clock. In the party
were Misses Sandifer, Annie Need-
ham, Dorothy. Webber, Ella Bogie,
Louise Roberts, Dorothy Needham,
Mrs. A. B. Smith, Mrs. P. V. Cristo,
Mrs. Joseph Needham; Messrs. Law-
tori Bailey, John Needham, Will Need Need-ham,
ham, Need-ham, Will Hood, Frank Carlisle, R. A.
Sandifer arid J. H. Benjamin.
Mr..Chas. E. Ahearn arrived in the
city last night from Washington and
joined Mrs. Ahearn and sons at the
home of her father, Mr. G. T, Liddon
Mr. Ahearn will spend his two weeks'
vacation here, but Mrs. Ahearn and
children will remain until the last of
First Aid Classes of the Red Cross
-A number of enthusiasts met at the
library yesterday afternoon with Dr.
E. G. Peek, the chairman of the com committee
mittee committee to form first aid classes. Not
less than ten members may form a
class, whose number must not exceed
twenty-five. Two classes were form formed
ed formed yesterday afternoon. Class num number
ber number one, asked Miss Theo Wallis to
act as president and Mrs. E. H. Mar
tin secretary. Among those in this
class are Mrs. Ed. Carmichael, Mrs.
James Engesser, Mrs. Watterson
Tucker, Mrs H. A. Davies, Mrs. Har-
ry Walters, Mrs. D. C. Stiles, Misses
Janet Weathers, Helen Brown, Adele
Bittinger, Rosebud Robinson, Alice
Bullock, Mary Burford, Hester Dewey,
and probably Miss Fannie Robinson
and Miss Nellie Gottlieb. Any others
desiring to join must hand their names
in with fifty cents before July 3rd.
They must also purchase a first aid
book, which costs thirty cents. Un Unless
less Unless otherwise announced this class
will meet July third at four o'clock in
the lecture room of the library, and
after that every Friday and Tuesday
at that hour. The lectures last one
hour and a half. The class asked to
have Dr. E. G. Peek give the lectures,
and Dr. H. C. Dozier to give the ex
The "First Aid Course" contains ten
lessons, these are to be prepared in
advance, and the doctor in charge
will lecture of that chapter. At the
erd of the course, those who desire
may be examined and if they pass they
are eligable to act as aids to Red
Cross nurses in their work. These ex examinations
aminations examinations are not compulsory and
even with a certificate there are
many other requirements, fecommen fecommen-dations
dations fecommen-dations as to aptness, physical abil ability,
ity, ability, etc, being necessary before these
aids will be accepted.
Miss Nina Camp was chosen presi president
dent president of the young girls class and Miss
Blair Woodrow, secretary. Their days
hours and place of meeting have not
been positively settled. They asked
Dr. Dozier to give their lectures and
Dr. Peek to give the examinations.
Others in this class are Misses Har Harriet
riet Harriet Livingston, Ruth Hardee, Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Davis, Florence Leitner, Mabel
Meffert, Rexie Todd, Ruth Rentz,
Catherine Livingston, Stella Camp,
Nettie Camp, Annie Pope Eagleton,
Katie Mae Eagleton, Annie Moor Moor-head,
head, Moor-head, Claudia O'Neal, Theo Beckham,
Louise Spencer and probably Misses
Emma and Sidney Perry.
The friends of Miss Ruth Howell,
who is in the hospital, will be glad to
hear she was doing nicely at noon.
Mrs. Paul Durand will leave the 6th
of July for Hendersonville, N. C,
where she will visit her niece, Mrs.
John Cocowitch of Dunnellon, until
the 16th, after which she will go to
Butler, Pa., to spend the summer with
Lovers of Cheese.
Here You Are
Misses Helen Brown and Fannie
Rcbinson won the club and visitor's
prizes at the Tuesday auction club
NeV Books at the Library
The general topic of conversation
now is war, and the new books at the
library are full of authentic and inter interesting
esting interesting matter along these lines. There
are many books of travel describing
the countries over which the red tide
of battle now ebbs and flows, giving
vivid pictures of those once beautiful
countries. Several volumes of new
poetry are also to be had for the ask asking,
ing, asking, that contain lines that stir the
heart of the most apathetic and self-
All of the best current magazines
are now at the library and several of
which have been lately added in place
of the lighter ones. These contain a
wealth of articles from the best pens
of the world.
The following list of books will be
invaluable to any who care for more
information along' war lines. The Star
will publish weekly and possibly of t-
ener a short list of the latest and
best books along different lines, war,
history, romance, poetry, etc., so all
our readers will see what is in the library.
Heart of Europe (Cram).
Forest of Arden (Edwards).
The Near East (Hichens).
Rhymes of a Red Cross Man (Ser
Poems (Amy Lowell).
France at War (Kipling).
Women of France (Hoff).
La Femme Qui Tricoli (Hoff).
I Have. Done It for Him (Hoff).
Mr. Britling Sees It Through,
Ambulance No. 10 (Bushier).
' Maze of Nations.
Old Glory (Andrews).
The Land Where Hatred Expires".
Duties of Americans in the Present
England's Effort (Ward).
Wall Between (Paine).
Literary Digest, Outlook, World's
Work and Pathfinder. Splendid arti articles
cles articles are also to be found in the Cen Century
tury Century and Harper's.
Mrs. Edgar Price, formerly Miss
Mary Phillips, and her pretty little
daughter Elizabeth of Williston, ar-t
rived in the city last night to spend
the remainder of the week with Mrs.
P. W. Whiteside.
Miss Marjorie Eagleton's friends
are sorry to. hear she has been on the
sick list for several days.
NEW YORK BE!
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare Includes Meals and Stateroom Berth
Tickets Now on Sale. Good on Any Ship.
Final Return Limit October 31st.
.Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. WENZEL, Florida Passenger Agent
327, East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
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EARS ago Republic invented the
first effective rubber non-skid tire
Republic Staggard Tread.
But the discovery of the Prodium Pro Process
cess Process ranks far higher in importance.
Republic Tires made by the Prodium
Process last longer and show greater
resistance to wear.
Republic Slack-Una Red Inner Tubes have
a reputation, for ireedom from trouble
The Republic Rubber Company, Youngs town, Ohio
R. R. CARROLL
Mrs. R. L. Langvand daughter, Miss
Willie May, are the guests of Mr. and t
n r ttt trr a n ... t-
ivirs. w vv Avera m uamesviiie ior
several days. j
Miss Hilda Sowart has returned to
Plant City after a short viist to
friends in Ocala.
Misses Carrie and Dora Pelot of
Arcadia, are enjoying a visit with
their cousins, Misses Alleen and An Annie
nie Annie Cooper in St. Augustine.
A X.J -. b -v n
Mrs. H. H. Register and children
left Saturday evening for Ocala and
Inverness to visit relatives and
friends. Lakeland Star.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Parker and
children, Catherine and Frank of
Tampa, arrived in Ocala last night
for a month's visit to Mrs. George
Close and family.
Mrs. W. ,A. Barrett and daughter
Stella, left today for a severalweeks
visit to relatives in Starke, Lawtey
and Jacksonville. Later they will be
joined by Mr. Barrett and will go to
Atlantic Beach for a fortnight.
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Go to the Lakes, Woods and Mountains
of the North and West
Forget everyday things awhile take a trip to the Cool North Gsttntrror
the Golden. Mountainous West. A few days there will refresh you. Tk
lakes and streams abound in gamy fish of all kinds. They await a hne
frrim v(su. Camrj out if vou like, or board at one of the splendid
hotel. Rates are low, and there is 6plendid through fy-'
train service daily to Chicago and St. Louis. ; Ut. 5
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Let Us Subihit You
MARBLE OR GRANITE
We can save you money,
whether it be a large or small
Memorial you contemplate purchasing.
OCAIA MARBLE WORKS
On Sale Daily May 15 to October 15.
Return Limit October 31
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. $3.40
JUNE 27th and 28th
' Final Limit. Julj 1st
PHONE 129 ,. PHONE 129
CITY TICKET OFFICE
JOHN BOISSEAU, C. P. & T. A.
: CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the moey than any other
contractor in the city.
Mclver & laelay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMS
, PHONES 47, 104, 305
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, Cow Hides, etc.
Levi no Kessler & Co.
Office and Yard 310 South Main St.
The largest line of bathing caps in
the city all shades, shapes and col colors,
ors, colors, The Court Pharmacy. 15-tf
The largest line of bathing caps in
the city all shades, shapes and col colors.
ors. colors. Th3 Court Pharmacy. 15-tf
The largest line of bathing caps in
the city all shades, shapes and col colors.
ors. colors. The Court Pharmacy 15-tf
owes it to
to keep, in perfect condition as
WOMAN owes it to herself to
prepare her system for the the-ordeal
ordeal the-ordeal it must undergo during
the 1 Change in life."
No WOMAN has the right to
suffer when she can obtain relief
safely, certainly and promptly.
Suppose you do .have
" Extreme xervousnesfl,
Low Spirits, or gen general
eral general Good -For -Nothing;
Feelings at times
Vnnr case is not hopeless. These
symptoms are evidence that the
delicate organism of .the feminine
body ha3 become out of order and
needs the help Nature's remedies
" Will These Bearing-Down Pains
- Favorite Prescription i3 prepared from the natural remedial herbs growing fa ca
native forests, combined with glycerine without alcohol and without narcotics.
Sold by dealers, in tablet or liquid form. Send, tea cents to Invalidaf Hotel. Baffialo, H
lax-g3- trial pacl'se.
hi; i' I ii uiffi
Mr. S. W.
was in town
Mr. J. J. Turner was in the city
We're in business for YOUR health,
and fill your prescriptions just as
your physician orders them. Prompt
and Dure drues. The Court
Pharmacy. Phone 284. 15-tf
Mr. W. 31. Avera is spending a few
days in Jacksonville.
Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drugstore in Ocala
employing more than one registered
The Boy Scouts will meet at the li
brary at 7 o'clock tonight.
Mr. McNeely of
Dunnellon was in
Messrs. E. A. Keep and J. L. Keep
left today f 01 Albion, Mich.
Mr. Frank Morrison has purchased
a new uacmiac eignt ior use in nis
auto for hire service.
Mr. B. Goldman returned yesterday
morning from a business trip to Tam
pa. .. ;
W. K. Lane, si. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. 7 tf
Seventeen people in three cars, from
DeLand, visited Silver Springs yes
terday, and pronounced it lar more
beautiful than famed DeLeon Springs
near their town.
Mr.W. A. Hendrix, the live young
salesman for Quaker Oats, was in
town today from Morristown, where
he is spending his vacation with his
A letter from Mr.. Louis H. Chazal,
in the officers' training camp at Fort
McPherson, says he and the other
young men from Ocala are well and
enjoying their work. Their course is
now more than half over, and they
will soon know how they will come
A letter from our young friend, La Lagrange
grange Lagrange Sistrunk, now at the aviation
station at Pensacola, says he passed
examination all right and hopes to
soon be sent aboard one of Uncle
Sam's battleships. If he is not want
ed at once for active service he ex
pects to return home to await orders
to be sent to sea.
Mr. J. M. Guynn has gone to Jack
sonville to visit his mother in that
Mr. Robert Connor, one of the ef
ficient high school teachers, is now in
Atlanta. He has applied for admis
sion to the secorrch series of training
camps in the officers .reserve, begin
ning August 27. Mr. Connor is a
giaduate of the Florida Military
Academy dnd will probably be accept
ed. If he does not pass the examina
tion, he will probably teach in San-
ford next term; as he has been offered
a position in the high school in that
city. V, ',; : :.
At the meeting of the Odd Fellows
lost night, the following officers were
elected: Oscar Andrews, N. G.; D. E.
Busier, V. G.; W. L. Colbert, secre secretary.
tary. secretary. Mr. M. M. Little having resign resigned
ed resigned the office of trustee, the place was
filled by the election of Mr. C. W.
herself to maintain health she is
it to herself to fortify against
MOTHER, during the hours of expectancy, owes it to herself and babe
a strong child depends largely upon the mother's health.
MRS. WALTER BRINSON
The Star deeply regrets to hear of
the death of Mrs. Wal ter Brinson,
which took place at her home in Ox Oxford
ford Oxford this afternoon. Mrs. Brinson was
the wife, of Mr. Walter Brinson, a
brother of Mr. J. H. Brinson, super superintendent
intendent superintendent of public instruction of
Marion county. She leaves beside her
husband, three children and a host of
friends to mourn her departure. She
was about 35 years of age, in the very
middle of an useful life. The funeral
will take place at Oxford tomorrow
The Boy Scouts had quite an en
couraging meeting at the library yes
terday afternoon. Sixteen were pres
ent. Mr. Stephens gave the boys a
good talk, which was heard with evi evident
dent evident interest. Master Potter Liddon,
a member of the Jacksonville Scouts,
also gave a talk on the work of the
organization, which he is well versed
i. The .handbooks of rules needed
by the boys will be here soon, in the
meantime young Liddon volunteers to
coach any of the Ocala members in
The next meeting will be Tuesday
at 7 p. m.
Mr. C. R. Peabody of Morriston is
helping Mr. A. T. Thomas in his office
for a few daya.
Visitors to Gerig's drugstore are
admiring a cabbage on exhibition at
the soda fountain. Said cabbage is a
good, solid head, weighing five pounds
anl two ounces. It was raised by Mr.
C A. McPherson in his garden near
the high school. It is rather unusual
to see such a cabbage at this time of
Mr. Bert C. Murphy of Homestead,
who has been spending the past few
weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. M." Murphy at Oak, left this after
noon for home. He has been very suc
cessful in his trucking operations on
the East Coast for the past two years.
Mr. J. W. Coulter, of the Blitchtor.
section is among the visitors in the
Marshal Thomas of Dunnellon is
among the prominent business visitors
in town today.
The board of trade will soon estabJMiss gtoreys role is that of a young
lish its headauarters in the store
room recently occupied by Herbert
Lattner, on East Broadway.
HERE AT HOME
Ocala Citizens Gladly Testify and
L Confidently Recommend Doan's
It is testimony like the following
that has placed Doan's, Kidney Pills
so far above competitors. When peo people
ple people right here at home raise their
voice in praise there is no room left
for doubt. Read the public statement
of this Ocala minister.
Rev. D. W. Price, 4 Orange street,
Ocala, says: "My kidneys were weak
and I "couldn't control the passages of
the kidney secretions. I was greatly
bothered during the day. I got a box
of Doan's Kidney Pills and began us-
ing them as directed. They certainly
acted quickly in regulating my kid kidneys
neys kidneys and relieving the lameness in my
Price 50c. at all-dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Rev. Price had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 6
CHAPTER NO. 13. R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocalt
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on th
fourth Friuay in every mouch at
8 p.m. B. C. .Webb, H: P.
Jake Brown, Secy.
any handicap in the development
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescript
tion has helped thousands of suf suffering
fering suffering women to
It corrects nervous irritability,.
exhaustion and other distressing
symptoms of the deranged
For Special Confidential Ad
vice write to DOCTOR PIERCE,
Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.
The latest in medical science
" is contained in Dr. Piercera
Common Sense Medical i
Adviser new and revised' i
edition of 1008 pages, only A
three dimes or thirty cents; (
Address Dr. Pierce, Invalids9
Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.
Never Let Up ?
(Continued from Third Page,
Mrs. S. E. Leigh leaves this after afternoon
noon afternoon for a two weeks' visit to her
mother, Mrs. Johnston in Jacksonville.
Mr. Clifton Camp: arrived home
yesterday from Monteagle, Tenn. Mr.
Camp will joip his family in Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee in about a month.
A large number of generous and
patriotic little girls assembled at the
library this morning and .worked un
der Miss Gamsby until after twelve
o'clock, making joke books for the
soldiers. Under Miss Gamsby's sup
ervision they cut out the very latest
and cleverest jokes which later they
will paste on stiff white linen and
put into book form. These will be
sent to the camps from the Red Cross.
The chairmen of the different
church committees to solicit sand
wiches for the Red Cross on July 4th
met with Mrs. R. L. Anderson, chair chairman
man chairman of the entertainment .committee,
at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
These ladies are to ask the members
of their churches to donate sand sandwiches
wiches sandwiches for the supper to be served
after the pageant July 4th. All var varieties
ieties varieties of sandwiches are asked, but a
large quantity of meat sandwiches
are especially wanted, as all the men
in Ucala and their families are ex
pected to have supper on the court courthouse
house courthouse square and the Ocala House
veranda that night, the proceeds to
go towards the Red Cross fund. Mrs.
J. R. Herndon and Mrs. S. P. Hollin Hollin-rake
rake Hollin-rake will ask sandwiches from the
members of the Presbyterian church;
Mrs. B. T. Perdue for the Episcopal;
Mrs. R. S. Hall and Mrs. R. A. Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, the Baptist; Mrs. C. E. Winston,
the Christian; Mrs. W. W. Clyatt, the
Methodist; Mrs. Jake Brown, the syn
apoeue. and Mrs. J. R. Dewey, the
Edith Story, "The Girl of the Gol
den West," stars at the Temple today
with Antonio Moreno and William
Duncan in "Money Magic," a Vita-
graph Blue Ribbon feature. The scen
ery in Money Magic is most beauti
ful, .the great hills and ravines of
California forming a fitting grourid
fnr tVio ffirillirn flftinn nf the storv.
girl brought up on a ranch who mar
ries a wealthy miner, also lacking in
the ways of convention and society.
The struggle which she suffers in her
attempt to learn the whys and where
fores in the lives of the cultured
neighbors is realistically portrayed in
a humorous manner, interspersed wtih
touches of nathos. Then when she
has mastered the thousand details, she
meets her husband's people, who are
far more ignorant than she ever
thought of being, but conscious of her
own shortcomings a few months pre
vious. she cleverly imparts to them
some knowledge of etiquette
NOTICE OF INSTITUTION
OF SUIT BY ATTACHMENT
Leesbure State Bank, a Florida Cor
poration, Flaintiff, vs. N. G. Long,
In the Circuit Court, Marion County
" Assumpsit. Damages $300.
To N. G. Long, N. G. Long, Trustee,
and Long Blue Granite Company, a
Corporation, and all persons inter
Notice is hereby given to the above
named parties, and each of them, and
to all persons interested,' that the
Leesburer State Bank, a Florida cor
poration, plaintiff, has instituted a
suit of attachment against N. G
Long, N. G. Long, trustee, and Long
Blue Granite Company, defendants in
the above styled court, on the 1st day
of June, 1917, the writ of attachment
being levied upon the following de
scribed land in Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, to-wit: E of se& of section
28, township 17 south, range 25 east.
You, N. G. Long, N. G. Long, trus trustee,
tee, trustee, and Long Blue Granite Company
and all other persons interested are
hereby required to appear in said ac
tion on the rule day in August, 1917,
the same being the
7th day of August, 1917.
Given under my hand and seal of
said court, this the 6th day of June,
A. D. 1917.
(Seal) P. H. Nugent,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County.
Florida. By Ruth Ervin, D. C.
Attorney for Plaintiff. 6-6-9t-wed
STRAYED Three months' old white
bulldog. Suitable reward for return
to Mrs. D. W. Hall, 7 West Fifth
WANTED To exchange S450 Lester
piano for second hand Ford car. Ad
dress "Exchange," care Ocala Even-1
ing Star. 19-6t
FOR SALE Seeond hand building
msterial ;also two platform scales.
New union passenger station. A. 31.
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.
FOR SALE One Maxwell roadster
converted into a truck. In good con condition.
dition. condition. Apply to Meadows Repair
Shop, N. Orange street, near Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard depot. 22-6t
FOR SALE 10-acre farm, good
dwelling house and barn, good well;
20 acres in cultivation. Cheap for
cash. Write or see C. R. Murphy, Oak,
Fellowship, June 26. The weather
man is certainly giving us some un
usually hot weather with a small
Mr. T. H. Mann and children of
Winter Garden, were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Mills last week for a
few days. Miss Eva Mills accom
panied them home and will be their
guests for a few weeks.
Madam Rumor says the wedding
bells will soon ring, out and two
hearts will beat as one, with only a
single thought. So keep your ears
close to the ground and listen.
Mr. Lonnie Randall of Lynne was
out riding with one of our school
teachers last Sunday afternoon. Lon Lonnie
nie Lonnie is a frequent visitor.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Mills of Flem Flem-ington
ington Flem-ington were week end guests of the
Mr. B. F. Stewart 'and family of
DeSoto county, spent last Thursday
night with Mrs. Stewart's mother
Mrs. J. T. Phillips. They were on
their way to North Carolina, driving
through in a car.
Mr. S. A. Neil has the sympathy of
this community in the death of his
brother near Micanopy.
The picnic last Friday is a thing of
the past. There were fully 400 peo people
ple people present and everybody had a good
time. The weather was ideal and
the following places were represent represented:
ed: represented: Flemington, Fairfield, Irvine
Reddick, Lowell, Oak, Martin, Ocala:
Citra. Blitchton, Morriston and Cot
ton Plant. At 11 o'clock Mr. C. K.
McQuarrie of the university was in
troduced and made a very interesting
speech which was full of practical
ideas. He had the best of attention
and was heartily applauded when he
finished. The next speaker was Dis
trict Agent H. L. McLendon. who
made a splendid talk. At the close of
his talk dinner was announced and
everybody ate to their hearts' contest
and there was enough left to feed a
multitude. After dinner Mr. L. S.
Light and Mr. W. J. Crosby both
made good talks and gave an accur-
Slicker Rain Coats
x During this Sale....
Ladie's White Skirts IK
During this Sale
Ladie's Black Silk Hose
During f his Sale ......... ..
Boys KNEE PANTS
Special, per Pair 9flp
, During this Sale ft.
m M S
Why Pay 15c for a Linen Siar
We Sell all Styles and Sizes for 72 Cents Per Dozen.
Better Quality at 8 Cents Each.
WATCH OUR WINDOWS AND KEEP POSTED
w w '. w
You Can Save Money
By. Looking Around
At The Savoy Cafe you will find the Most Reason- en enable
able enable Prices, the Coolest and Most Comfortable;;
Dming Koom and the Quickest Service in the city. (
OCT mm i t a. e-? -. rr
E. J. METRE. PROP.
Commercial Bank Building.
C THE F. M. PLANK MEDICINE COMPANY JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
ate account of their stewardship
while in Tallahassee. At 3 o'clock
the president of our F. JE. and C. U.
called a short meeting and initiated
three new men and twelve ladies. Our
union is growing in leaps and bounds,
and will serve its purpose in the near
The party at the home of Mr, and
Mrs. S. B. Brooks last Friday night
was well attended and all report a
good time. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks are
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. "Noble of Mor Morriston
riston Morriston were the week-end guests of
1 5, T A
DRESS AND WORK
Men, Women and Children
See Gur Palm Beach Suits at
Men and Women's White Felt Hats at 48 ts.
H TTB TT
O B. Olflf iL
21-Llea! Ticket S5.25 ;:g
Ocala, Fla. S
MAKE : IT MAY 5AVE YOUR LIFE
- JlLdL TONIC
for f talari. CbiOs and Fever. BIOoos Fever. Co(4s va$
your rtnioatct ?c xnA en r.nfx nr hu mail fn-.m
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McCully, also Mf.
and Mrs. S. Carpenter, Mr. Lyle Car Carpenter
penter Carpenter and Miss Lura Gray.
Mr. T. M. Phillips chased a wildcat
nearly all of last Friday night and
then failed to capture him. i
When you have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting, let us furnish you
too small, tf II. W. Tucker.
Men's Silk Goats
Pin Stripe Gray
Be Sure to Visit This Department.
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