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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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DEFENSE OF LHS BY TEUIOHS
.
Premier Lloyd-George's utterances
at Glasgow, that the war must con continue
tinue continue until the allies gain the ends
they set out to obtain at the begin beginning
ning beginning of the war possess a notable sig sig-nificance
nificance sig-nificance in view of suggestions that
war aims might be revised. Also there
are hints coming from Germany that
the chancellor may make a peace
statement when the Reichstag meets
next week.
Military interest centers in General
Haig's pressure on Lens. Operations
are taking on a large scale, as aim aiming,
ing, aiming, at the far flanks with a view to
encircling the city and at the same
time maintaining thrusts on cities in
the immediate environments.
The Germans delivered a powerful
attack near Verdun last night and
gained some positions, but 'were re repulsed
pulsed repulsed in an attack this morning. They
also made an attack in the Cerny
legion, but were repulsed.
"A STATE OF WAR EXISTS,"
SAYS ATHENS
Athens,-June 29. Although war
has not yet been declared, the Greek
government considers that a state of
war exists since its advent to power
yesterday. The recall of Greek diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic representatives to the Central
Powers and their allies is imminent.
GREEKS BROKE OFF WITH GER-
MANY .'
Athens, June 29. Greece has brok broken
en broken off diplomatic relations with the
Central Powers Germany, Austria Austria-Hungary,
Hungary, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria and Turkey.
BERLIN CLAIMS A VICTORY
Berlin, June 29 The Germans yes yesterday
terday yesterday captured French positions in
the Verdun sector for a width of 200
yards and 500 yards in depth, it is
officially announced. There and at
JVvocourt wood the Germans took
more than 500 prisoners.
GERMAN PRESS GAGGED
London June 29. Dispatches from
Rotterdam say it is inferred there in
view of the recent gagging of the
German press that something drastic
has or is about to happen in Germany.
The belief is generally expressed in
Holland that next week's meeting of
the Reichstag may produce startling
developments.
NEW TYPE OF SUBMARINE
Base American Flotilla in; British
waters, June 28. The captain of a
torpedoed merchantman has given the
naval authorities a sketch of a new
type German submarine, which is
equipped with a wire cutting device
and designed to release the subma submarine
rine submarine from nets. A series of knives are
strung on wiret hawsers extending
from the bow to the stern'. The cap captain
tain captain made the sketch while in a
small boat.
AGREE TO CLOSE EARLY
ON THE FOURTH OF JULY
Ocala, Fla., June 29, 1917.
We, the undersigned merchants of
Ocala, agree to close our places of

business Wednesday, July 4, 1917, at
1 o'clock p. m. until the following
day:
O. K. Teapot Grocery, Rheinauer &
Co., The Weihe Co., Marion Hard Hardware
ware Hardware Co., Frank's, H. B. Masters Co.,
Clarkson Hardware Co., Theus Bros,
Mclver & MacKay, Smith Grocery
Co., Knight & Lang, E. T. Helven Helven-ston,
ston, Helven-ston, A. E. Burnett, L. T. Izlar J r.,
H. A. Waterman, W. F. Blesch, Mar Marion
ion Marion Furniture Co.; P. H. Perkins, M.
M. Little, McCrorey's, Charles Mac Mac-Lucas,
Lucas, Mac-Lucas, J. E. Allemand, Affleck Mil Millinery
linery Millinery Parlor, Minnie A. Bostick,
Taylor Printing Co. (all day), Stir Stirling
ling Stirling M. Hooper, The John Dozier Co.,
The Haycraft Millinery Store.
Advertise in the Star.

Sign of Quitting and Teutons
Fast Wearing Out

BE1HG STEADILY BATIEHED
VERDUN OF NO
(Associated Press)
GOLD RESERVE
Big Purchases Abroad are Telling on
the German Imperial
Bank
(Associated Press)
Copenhagen June 29. For the
first time since the beginning of the
war the weekly statement of the Im-
perial Bank of Germany shows a de-
crease in the gold reserve. This is at- j
tributed to semi-official purchases
nhrnswl i
FIGHTING TO PLEASE
" OLD FRITZ
Teuton War Lord Makes One of his
Bombastic "Talks to
. his Troops
Amsterdam, June 28. Emperor

William, on June 21, in reviewing .mandant Civrieux, continuing his ar ar-troops
troops ar-troops on the western front, made a icicles in the Matin on the importance
speech in which according to a Ber-!of aerial warfare, says:
lin telegram, he said: j "In the Past in wars of long dura dura-"I
"I dura-"I express to the troops gathered on the issue often was sought to be
here my fullest appreciation of tehir obtained by a belligerent who was

conduct and my 'firm confidence thatiable to modify one of his fighting

they, as hitherto, whenever they may
be employed, will, trusting in God, do
their duty and succeed in gaining the

peace for the fatherland," which we to gallop in formation, whereas pre pre-need
need pre-need for its further development." jViously cavalrymen had fought indi indi-In
In indi-In conclusion, the emperor is quot- j vidual battles with muskets and pis pis-ed
ed pis-ed as savin tr: ,x tols. At the end of the Seven Years'

"I am especially delighted to be
able once more to congratulate the
well-tried Dragoon regiment of Bay-
reuth of Hohenf riedeberg fame. When
in the late summer of 1916 I sent the
Borecki squadron to Roumania I

gave it on the way my order to main- ogous modification of their aerial arm.
tain at all costs the old tradition Aerial armies of the future will at at-wherever
wherever at-wherever it might be and to gain tack in formation, co-operating with
fresh laurels if possible, y The regi- ; the attacking forces beneath, and,
ment fulfilled the expectations of its armed with artillery, they will serve

supreme war lord and accomplished as an air cavalry, fcnemy trenches
deeds which will please 'Old Fritz' up 'which resist flank attacks will be ren ren-there
there ren-there in the Elysian fields. May it dered untenable from the air. Thus
keep this up. We shall not lose our German will know the anguish of the
hold until a happy peace is gained." soldier hearing cannon in his rear.

BIG DAY AT BELLEVIEW
Farmers Will Get Together in that
Pleasant Town on the
Fourth
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Get-Together Meeting" at Belleview A11 the western Ames are organ organ-on
on organ-on July 4th, 1917, This is the ifirst of & mobile arm of bombardment
a series of meetings to be held joint- j &nd pursuit which will bring a de de-ly
ly de-ly by the Marion County Agricultural cision Instead of endlessly staining
Committee on the board of county Qur fists blood against the Hin Hin-commissioners.
commissioners. Hin-commissioners. One will be held ui.'denburg wall, we will pass over it on
each commissioner's district to ac- ;p4.nin-nilQ wino-,

quaint the farmers oi tne couniy wiui
. .. ... i !iV
what the commissioners and the agri
cultural committee are trying to do
to help the farmmg interests of the
county
a m,io, wQomfr nf tiip mmmittee
win be held at 10 o'clock in which .11

farmers especially tnose oi .we uum itftat particuiar subject,
district are urged to -be present. J Very respectfully,
Speakers will be present from the 6-29-3tw J. H. Brinson, Snpt.
Universitv of Florida and talks will!

be made upon subjects in which all
are interested. Come' to Belleview
.Tnlv 4th. tiH tflV r nrtfve nart.
A big barbecue is being prepared
by the citizens of Belleview. Bring
your family and a basket.
. R. W. Blacklock,
Marion County Agent.
MAXWELL BARGAINS
We have two Maxwell touring car
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.

DOVli ATTACK OF TEUTONS A!

EIITEIITE MUST FIGHT
TO THE END
Making Peace Before Its Task is Ac Accomplished
complished Accomplished Would be a World World-?
? World-? wide Misfortune
(Associated Press) -Glasgow
June 29. Discussing the
possibility of peace, Premier David
Lloyd-George said, if the war was
concluded a single hour before-it had
reached the end the Allies set out to
attain at the beginning, it would be
the greatest disaster that ever befell
manxina.
WILL WIN THE WAR
WITH WINGS
French Military Expert Says Main
Hope of the Allies is Their
Aerial Fighters
A dispatch from Paris says : Com
ams 80 as to give that arm a pre
ponaerance. i?reaencK u. gave
sabres to his cavalry and ordered them
' the Prussian cavalry, under Seyd
,litz introduced rapid and violent con
centrated attacks which surprised,
intimidated and routed the enemy,
j "Today, with the help of the Amer-
, icans, the Allies are making an anal
".thousands of machines are neces-
sary for this romantic dream of yes yesterday
terday yesterday which will become a reality
tomorrow The great American re re-,
, re-, public is co-operating in the con-
! struction of this fleet and has under-
j taken to furnish hardy pilots to man
' O
SCHOOL NOTICE
I herebv call the attention of all
school people interested to the pro
vision of the law passed by the recent
legislature nVovidiner that no teacher
IH I ceaS"'
j 12 pounds of SUGAR $1, with one
jdollar purchase of other groceries for
Icash, Saturday and Monday only.
.Smith Grocery Go. Phone 4d4. at
Have vour prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drugstore in Ocala
employing more than one registered
pharmacist. tf
MAXWELL BARGAINS
We have two Maxwell touring car
bargains. Both in first class condi
, tion, with brand new tires, thoroughly
! rebuilt. One a 1916 model, one a
j 1917 modeL Cash or terms.
V The Maxwell Agency, Ocala; Fla.

OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1917.

C0IIVEII1I! WILL MEET SEPT. 30 TO DRAW UP
AH ADVANCED CflllSTITUTf Oil

(Associated
Washington, June 27. The Rus-'j
sian republic forecast by members of
the Russian mission is the clearest
exposition received here of the enor enormous
mous enormous .problems of reconstruction in
that country. The provisional govern government
ment government has called a constituent assem assembly
bly assembly to meet Sept. 30th, which will
have absolute power in deciding the
form of government and details of
the entire political structure. The
assembly will consist of not more
than. 800 members, chosen on univer universal,
sal, universal, direct and secret equal suffrage,
including women, as recently outlined
by Prince Lvoff.
OCALA'S HONOR ROLL
; Navy Recruiting Station,
Room 211, Postoffice Building,;
Ocala, Fla., June 29, 1917.
The following named man was sent
to Atlanta for final examination:
William M. Rowland, Orlando; hos hospital
pital hospital corps.
On and after July 1, 1917, the min minimum
imum minimum age for apprentice seamen will
be 18 years. ..-
Postmaster W. E. McLean, Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, Fla., has been doing some good
work for this office. The last seven
men accepted by this office were sent
in by him.
The following places have been
canvassed for recruits by, the navy re recruiting
cruiting recruiting officer this week: Santos,
Summerfield, Belleview, Oxford and
Wildwood. .-Several promises have
been obtained from young men in
these places, stating as soon as they
finished with the crops they would
call at this office, to be examined for
the navy. Respectfully,
Wm. B. Schlereth,
, Commissary Steward, U. S. N.
MAC IS MAKING GOOD
In a personal letter to the editor of
the Star, Mr. J. D. McCaskill, the con contractor
tractor contractor and builder, writes from
Greenville, S. C, where he has gone
for the summer, that he has taken
on several nice contracts and will be
very busily engaged there for several
months.
It is very gratifying to this paper
to know Mr. McCaskill is succeeding
so well in Greenville. We have known
him intimately for the past seven
years in a business and social, way,
and have always found him to be
strictly up to inspection and a man
whom every one likes and who makes
friends and gets business wherever he
goes.
Mr. McCaskill did well .while in
Ocala. He did many contracting
jobs. They were honest, safe con
tracts and he made a little money on
them all. f of he knows how to figure
and watches his work personally
through every set of its progress, do
ing much of the work himself and al
ways acting as his own foreman. His
customers were always satisfied with
the work he did.
We wish Mac every success and
hope to soon have him with us again,
for his smiling face and cheerful dis
position are very much missed.
MOSS BLUFF
Mnsa Tilnff. June 28. We are still
having fine rains every day, which
are helping the crops.
Mr. W. E. Martin's wnoie lamuy,
PTrfPTitinc three bovs. went to the
river last Saturday to enjoy them-
selves catching and eating nsn. iney
cnonf tiAHjv in nleasant wavs. and
caught all the fish they could use,
Mr. Oliver Fort and daughter miss
Alma Fort, accompanied by Mrs.
RotW nnH Mr. Andrew Holton went
tn snenH the dav with Mr. and Mrs.
Collins Sunday. They iound airs.
f!n11ini verv sick and her friends hope
she will soon recover. After reaching
the home of Mrs. Collins they decid decided
ed decided to go to Umatilla to preaching.
Those in the party were Mr. Oliver
Fort, Mr. Andrew nouon, Jir. Jim
Collins; Miss Lucile Collins and Miss
Alma Fort Thev went with the in
tention of hearing a fine sermon from
a Baptist minister, in one aiternoon
thev made a visit to a big watermelon
patch.
Mr. Andrew wood, mr. unarue ua ua-vis
vis ua-vis and Mr. Fred Davis went to the
river last Sunday.
Mr. C. W. White is having trouble
with the dredge boat. Its dipper
broke the other day. They carried it
to several places trying to get it re repairedand
pairedand repairedand finally had to send it to
Jacksonville.
"Unclassified" ads bring results.

Press)
DATE HAS HOT
BEEII DECIDED
But National Guard May Soon be
Drafted and Sent to
the Camps
(Associated Press)
Washington, June 29. National
Guard regiments will be sent to the
mobilization camps as soon as draft drafted
ed drafted in the Federal service it was an announced
nounced announced today, "it had been expected
that because of a lack of tents the
-guardsmen might be kept awhile' at
their home armories. The date the
guard will be drafted has not "been
decided on.
BUYING THE FAVORITE CAR
The public continues to buy its fav favorite
orite favorite automobile inthis section of the
state the Maxwell. The beauty of
the Maxwell car is that the more of
them in use in a locality, the earier
it is to sell more. The wonderful per performance
formance performance of the Maxwell car in hard,
rough work, its low up-keep in gen general'
eral' general' and great gasoline and oil mile mileage,
age, mileage, makes it the popular car, not
alone in its class, but in this section
in all classes of the self -starting or
fully-equipped cars.
Within the past week the Maxwell
dealer in Ocala, and with the aid' of
the sub-dealers, "has sold the follow following
ing following cars:
Mr. H. B. McNealy' of Dunnellon,
sold thre cars, one to Mr. D. S. Folks,
one to Mr. J J. Turner, and one to
Mr. Badgett, all of Dunnellon.
Mr. Bailey sold one to Mr. Redding
of Gaiter. i
Mr. Dixon of Mascotte, Lake coun county,
ty, county, sold one to Mr. W. C. Jones of
Mascotte, and the Ocala agency sold
one to Mr. Edward Camp of Kendrick.
INDICATIONS OF AN INCREASE
The Star had begun to think that
the daily subscription list would be
several dozens of subscribers short
when a few were dropped off tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for non-payment, but at the rate
new ones are being put on there
promises to be an increase on July
1st over the last .week hv June.
WACAHOOTA
Wacahoota, June 27. Since writing
last we have passed the longest day
in the 'year and also some very hot
ones.
Mr. J. O. Tyson and daughter Janie
lie, were visitors to the University
City Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smith. Messrs.
Cedrick and Clarence Smith and Mrs.
M. R. Beck were shopping in Willis-
ton Saturday.
Mrs. G. W. Bradshaw and little son
J. H., of Archer, were week-end
guests of Mrs. C. R. Curry.
Little Miss Katherine Mixon of
Gainesville is .visiting her aunt, Mrs.
C. M. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smith and fam family
ily family were taking supper, with friends
in Archer Thursday night.
We are indeed glad to note that
Mrs. J. Porter Smith is improving
from her recent illness.
Dr. E. B. Howell of Micanopy is
spending a few days with his brother,
Mrs. Luke Howell.
Mrs. J. D. Reeves and Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Bruton and son of Micanopy,
were Sunday afternoon callers at the
home of Mrs. H. H. Herren.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mathews, Mr.
Neal Mathews and Miss Marie Math
ers of Flemington, were guests to
dinner Sunday of Mrs. C M. Smith.
Rev. Moncrief of Micanopy filled
his regular appointment here Sunday
afternoon. He wasx accompanied, by
his wife and Dr. Lamb.
Mrs. T. J. Cone and mother, Mrs.
Witherspoon of Gainesville, were
spent the day guests of Mrs. V. P.
Smith yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Epperson and
son Cameron, of Williston are spend spending
ing spending this week here. Mr. Epperson
and Mr. R. P. Smith are shearing
sheep and Mrs. Epperson and son are
visiting Mrs. T. N. Smith and other
relatives.
Mrs. J. M. Smith and son left yes yesterday
terday yesterday for Plant City to visit the for former's
mer's former's sister, Mrs. W. T. Howell and
make the acquaintance of little W.
T. Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Dollar and Miss Dol Dollar
lar Dollar of Gainesville were Sunday -visitors
at the home of Mr. Ferguson.

J j S j j j

Likely to Increase' Its Chance
of Becoming Law

PRESIDENT VfLSON DOES HOT VAfIT IT TO COMPEL HIM TO
ENFORCE PiHIBITIOIl

(Associated
Washington, June 29. A determin determined
ed determined effort to modify the food bill, mak making
ing making it free of the prohibition provis provision,
ion, provision, or at least grant the president
authority to permit the use of food
stuffs in the manufacture of beer and
light wines, was begun today by the
administration when the bill was pre presented
sented presented in conference with Senator
Martin, majority leader, and Senator
Gerry of Rhode Island.
Senator Phelan of California, said
the president desires that he be given
authority to stop the manufacture of
malt and vinous liquors in case of an
emergency, but does not believe the
immediate prohibition of their manu manufacture
facture manufacture is necessary or desirable. The
president is understood to feel that
the prohibition feature has endanger endangered
ed endangered the early passage of the bill which
he earnestly desires.
AMENDMENT EMBODIES THE
PRESIDENTS IDEA
An amendment embodying the pres president's
ident's president's ideas will be introduced with
prospects of adoption.
A PLEASANT REMINDER
Mr. Robert E. Layton of the Ocala
Chero-Cola bottling plant put the
Star force under obligations yester yesterday
day yesterday by leaving a case of that excel excellent
lent excellent beverage for its use. Besides the
wet goods he left us several pretty
calendars, pencils, crown pullers, etc.
He says that chero-cola has won its
way to the top in his territory and the
Ocala plant has been a success.
Several months ago Mr. Layton set
for his plant a three months' task,
which was far greater than anything
it had ever accomplished before. At
the end of the period the mark had
been passed by a god margin, and in
oAier to celebrate his success, gave
all his employees a day off with pay,
telling them to- go fishing at the ex expense
pense expense of chero-cola.
BLITCHTON
Blitchton, June 28. Dr. Bunyan
Stephens of Ocala will hold services
at, the Blitchton Baptist church Sun-.
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Miss Melvme Burts of Tampa is
the attractive guest of Mrs. S. H.
Blitch.
Dr. Blitch spent Tuesday in Jack
sonville.
Mrs. W. P. Hammons has been on
the sick list for the past few days.
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Batch and fam
ily, Mr .and Mrs. B. C. Blitch, Mr. and
Mrs. F. E. Fant, Mrs. S. H. Blitch,
Miss Melvine Burts, Miss Varina
Blitch, Messrs. J. W. Coulter, Landis
Blitch, Goree and Arlin Blitch, Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Harris, Mr. and Mrs.
B. C. Withers, Miss Mabel Hendrix,
Miss Maude Fant, Messrs. Withers
and Walter Hendrix of Morriston,
motored to Blue Springs Tuesday for
the day. While diving Mr. B. C.
Blitch received a shock on his head
and narrowly escaped drowning. Af
ter working with him for a sometime,
and with the aid of a Dunnellon phy physician,
sician, physician, Mr. Blitch recovered sufficient sufficiently
ly sufficiently to be brought to Morriston on the
train in the afternoon.
The farmers are busy planting
sweet potatoes.
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
tersburg, 7:45 a.m." r
No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 a.
m.; Ocala, 12:59 pJ m.
Northbound
No. 10 Leaves Tampa at 1 p. m.;
Ocala, 4:15 p. m." 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 a. m.
No. 4 Leaves Tampa, 9:10 a. m.;
arrive Ocala 1:10 p. m.; arrive Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville 5:10 p.m.
Buy your drugs from the Rexall
store it is always the best drug
store. tf

VOL. 23; NO. 158.

f?" n (Pa n n f? r
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Press)
HAS MADE
til
Bunch of Suffragettes Released, from
Jail Entertained at a Spread Spread-Eagle
Eagle Spread-Eagle Breakfast
' (Associated Press)
Washington, June 29. Six woman
suffragists who were released from
jail after serving three days for
picketing the White House, were
heroines at a breakfast given in their
honor at the woman's party head headquarters
quarters headquarters this morning. The women
say they will continue to picket the
White House, but the police say they
will break up the picketing by more
arrests.
DISTINCTION TO BE DRAFTED
Any Man Chosen to Defend Hia
Country Should Feel Elated
Service under the draft law recent recently
ly recently enacted by Congress, will be a dis distinction
tinction distinction rather than a stigma. Let
no man think that because he is draft drafted
ed drafted he is in any sense a "marked man,"
for such is not the case. Many have
registered, but only a few will be
chosen. The chosen man will be one
of distinction. This point was dis distinctly
tinctly distinctly and ably set forth by Senator
Fletcher on the floor of the Senate
while the draft bill was under consid consideration,
eration, consideration, when the senator so eloquent eloquently
ly eloquently said: -s
"I do not believe any odium could
attach to the drafted man under this
bill: It would be more nearly accur accurate
ate accurate to call him the selected man. He
enters the service because he is
chosen among amousands. Chosen
because he comes up to the standard
fixed by the law. Selected because
his country needs him and finds him
to be fit to meet the supreme test of
the "citizen. He should feel honored
by that choice. He should take pride
in the fact that he was selected to de
fend, his country on the battlefield
with his skill, his manhoodr his life.
What greater privilege, what higher
honor could come to him, than to be
selected from among all his country countrymen
men countrymen to carry his country's flag in the
face of his country's enemy! The
drafted man will be the selected, the
honored man under this bill."
What Senator Fletcher has said
should be printed upon the back of
every certificate given every man
who is selected. Washington Post,
June 21.
LOAD AND UNLOAD
FREIGHT PROMPTLY
To the Shippers of Florida:
In view of the scarcity of railroad
equipment and consequent inability
of the railroads to furnish cars
promptly for the movement of all
tonnage, the railroad commissioners
earnestly urge consigiiors and con
signees to load and unload carload
freight as promptly as it i3 possible
to do, without regard to free time al allowed
lowed allowed under rule3 for loading and un unloading.
loading. unloading. We would further urge, in the in interest
terest interest of both the shippers and the
carriers, that shippers load to the
marked capacity of cars furnished,
without regard to carload minimums.
This method will increase the ability
of the earners to meet the question
of car shortage, and thus help all con concerned.
cerned. concerned. R. R. Commission State of Florida,
By R. Hudson Burr, Chmn.
W. K. Lane, oi. Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law. Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. t

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"THE ROAD TO FRANCE'

BITTIXGER A CARROLL, PROPRIETORS

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II. It. Carroll, GerlMer

. J. II. nBjmIn, Editor

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The following ringing lines, most
appropriate to the present time, were
written by Daniel M. Henderson of
Baltimore, and won a prize offered by
the National Arts Club:
Thank God our liberating lance
Goes flaming on the way to France.
t Frnnro the trail the Gurkhas

found!

To France old England's rallying

TV France the tath the Russians

Trt Prsnco the Anzacs' elory road!

To France where our ixst iegion

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every race and

The Florida Tress Association is in
session in Jacksonville. We are too
hard-pressed to attend.
Mr. J. D. McCaskill sends us a copy
of the Greenville, S. C, Piedmont. It's
a fine-looking sheet, and seems given
to quoting the Star and other Florida
papers.

France with

That hates Oppression's brutal creed!

hearts

our

in

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"THE FLAG GOES BY1

f : J n nnf Va f rn n A

m w ruircu Ah, France how could
that class of patriots, in short, who A"

are invincible in peace and invisible hrh a nath bv which came Lafayette

in war." How could tne naze oi qoudt, nang ww

Upon the road oi Kocnaraoeau ;
Hr.tw was it that we missed the way

Friend Joe Earman, who quit the Brave Joffre leads us along today?

whisky business when he saw the At last, thank God! At last we see
aforesaid business goig aloS" shores!
and took charge of the Palm Beach No freedom guarding but our doors!
Post, has been named as a member of The flame she kindled for our sires

the board of control of state institu- Burns now in Europe's battle fires!

, v,cr,'f tn!.. . n.ii.' a a;c4- The soul that led our lathers west

Uio man wr uons Dy uov. It, wi, tn frA th world's on

A AX VUVM WW

gav these days. His whiskers has his ister -appoints a whisky man. "Poli-

floa in tn cround and hears the U:na mnVoo strange bed fellows." But

l A fc W r I WV-- C7

pressed!

Hats off!

Along the street there Comes

A blare of bugles, a ruffle of drums,

A flash of color beneath the sky:
Hats off!
The flag is passing by!

Blue and crimson and white it shines,

Over the steel-tipped, ordered lines.
Hats off!

The colors before us fly;

But more than the flag is passing by:

Sea-fights and land-fights, grim and

great,

Fought to make and

state:

Weary marches and sinking ships;

Cheers of victory on dying lips;
Days of plenty and years of peace;

1Tow.1i o etrnnc land S SW1IX- Ul- I

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Grocery BepaFfmenf

PHONE 199

luihmer Deserts

Should be Light and Refreshing and Easy to make.
All of these Requirements are Met in

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Qj) itLi.

have done so.

don't get the Star
know why.

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i :.. n,;no. mvr. j ,.4. v.o l Ames, vou nave not cauea in vaini

tramp oi A.menw JOe carman is a guvu wuu conflict and your pain!

iads. and may do credit to the governor. "Old Glorv" throueh new strains and

Tampa Times. I "rents,

A few of our friends have told the Hope so. The gov. needs to make Partakes of freedoms sacraments:

... 1.1.- .. ... i. J.V.-. ..mi u o i into tnai neii nis wm creates

collector that they will "can vue some appointments um We drive the foe; his lusts, his hates!

office and pay up" some oi mem credit to mm. Last come, we will be last to stay

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Others well, it you : Till Right has had her crowning dayi

Monday, youll

excuses a shortage of editorial opin-!And make our eager sacrifice

ionettes" by explaining that he wasjpart of the freely rendered price

Pacer bills must be paid, and we at a dance the night before. Should You pay to lilt numanity

i i "v rvn tiqv rn ti i k iiiir l i rc i

haven't found a way to realize on think -that a man might come irom a what hearts we ad

some unfulfilled promises maue Y,ll iunction oi me wnu wiw
in the past month. If you haven't stock of opinionettes than ever, tho'
paid up don't be disappointed when he might not care to give public ex ex-the
the ex-the Star carrier boy passes you by pression to them. Lakeland Tele-

next Monday, gram.

We don't ever go to them kind oil Andrew Carter of the Arcadia En

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Prpsident Wilson has received the dances, oio man. oorry w imiu jc terpnse win ootam j?rea ae oerry

decree of doctor of laws ad honoris have 'era in Lakeland. job as poet laureate of Florida if he

cnm from the "University of Bolog- writes a few more like the following

na, Italy, for his services to human- London Times alone raised $33,- Food Control
ity. The University of Bologna is one 000,000 for the Red Cross. Seems Our Uncle goes to hit the Hun
of the oldest in the world. It was like "The Thunderer'? is still on the And jam' him into jelly,
conferring degrees before America jobrampa : Times. bmiXy

wn discovered. I IN ever saw a uaue wancw i

"Times" that wasnt. Ocala Star. But while we fiercely fight the toe,

I M. I A nn him iti4- toqcau

. I rm 1 A.J .AmAnnnAW VtOffl Q r I .TV! Ill iau UtiU wv,

If you don't get your Evening atai xnanss. nu c hot

next Monday don't blame the carrier more- than stars tney re y consu;ua- Bot m and out of season.

hov as vour name has probably been tions.lampa limes

vance

To France!":

WE HAVE READ WORSE

tgmmmjm HHH C2

to save the

crease;

Equal justice, right and law,

Stately honor and reverend awe;

Sing of a nation, great and strong

Tn ward her people from loreign

wrong:

Pride and glory and honor, all

Live in the colors to stand or falL

Hats off!

Along the street there comes

A blare of bugles, a ruffle of drums:
And loyal hearts are beating high:

Hats off!

The flag is passing by!

H. H. Bennett.

We have it in
Strawberry, Raspberry, Cherry, Orange, Lemon and Vanilla
Knox's and Cooper's Gelatines
Are also Very Popularwe have these too-
Ice Cream Jell-o Powders
Add much to the flavor and ease of making the mosU popular
Summer DesertIce Cream

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FLCDMIBA

LADIES

JACKSONVILLE IS GENEROUS

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dropped for non-payment. Of course,)

this doesn't apply if you have paid up.

In that case, if you miss your paper,
raise the usual complaint and you will
have it as soon as a messenger can

get to you.

Ittf. I I XT WMIisvn r 4- nnn T1llTlf

Yes. we think we are trying to we raieu uu """.r

shine about three of ; them at
from 1 to 3 p. m.

Tn pnrrv nn the frolic:

OnCe Ix, nn aiw hnnlf

Jacksonville,

, , n While Congress leads the gas attack
They are talking about running Mr. With weafc procrastination,
Sidney J. Catts against Senator Dun- Qur food hogs stab us in the back,
can U. Fletcher for the U. S. Senate And try to starve the nation!
down in Florida. If the suggestion Although our soldiers heroes are,

does nox mase wie tujgeia nccji, wnn generais wise w cv

They'll not go far to win the war
Without some grub to feed 'em.

The people who refer to the legis

i,h. A successful attempt to contest the angels are a stony-hearted set.
-i fViot Viav i Selma, Ala., Times.

men since the constitution .ppr- That's a m ighty mean .reoommenda- Oh,-Liberty ttou precis ft,

tionment was exceedea would reduce tw 10 r you "JT Yo d unt unlo a ding
A, i. nna.Viv liaised in your. midst, oeems use you ,

mis state w x tunuiuu" vx ui ... 4u
The legislature of 1897, and all since, should brag on his success m another
was just as unconstitutional as that state.. .. -' '

of 1917.

Unfortunately there is no transpor-

tofmn r tVinsp new islands in tne

The unero-uoia company is givnig . AllM nrove Verv

its Wend, calendars, each bearing as slacker".
its illustration the picture of a lovely "ecc

v. I T-amnn Tribune.

girl sipping the refreshing beverage Tr

from a bottle thru a straw. We. have

nung one ui -f -. an Antarctic of his own.
boudoir, ard we think if the original a"

cf the picture would bring" us a bot

tie oi tne revivuymg uum w- y number and not by name
uu time every morning, we mignt r:
-MrA1ir fill TY1

i f x.

If one of them stood with nis ieet

in a tub of water, he would soon have

j Antarctic of his own.
Uncle. Sam will draw his citizen

manage to write something interest-

during the "day.

in

Sort of a case of getting "your num

ber." St.. Petersburg Times.
'Yea: the average young man is

wondering if Uncle Sam has "got his

Mr. W. F. Malcolm, the Remington number."

man, smiled on us this morning and

put a new ribbon on our machine. He There is only one Times-Union in"
tried to sell us a new typewriter but Florida. we are, therefore, going to
the one. we bought from his company leave thg prefix Florida, which is
five years ago seems to be good for of the name of that paper.

aoouiuv eitia iuutc. v i-Pllf CnrdA Herald.

is peeved with the Star for saying the
office of hotel commissioner is useless.
He says it Jias wrought a revolution
in the management. of hotels. Like
all the other traveling men, he dis dislikes
likes dislikes the action of Go Catts in re removing
moving removing Mr. Messer inorder to pay a
political debt.

Better late than neverl We left it

off thirty years ago. -4 4

The governor probably wants a

board of control that he can control.
Tampa Tribune.

You have struck the keynote to ms

policy.

lo Use Wearing
A Shiny Palm Beach Suit

We are making especially attrac attractive
tive attractive prices on all the Trimmed Hats
in our store. It will be to your inter

est and advantage to come now and

see our offerings.

A cood deal df the sentiment in the U".At HAYCRAFT MILLINERY.

following from the Jacksonville Me

tronolis is applicable to Ocala: A. C. L. SCHEDULE

Writ ATI oil ff tlie subscriptions had

been received yesterday for" the Am- Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line

erican Red Cross war fund, it was will arrive and depart m vcaia tuc
ascertained by Treasurer Fred W. following times:
Hoyt that a total of $76,220 had been No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Peters-received
received Peters-received during the campaign here to burg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
raise $100,000. The totals were swell- No. 38, St. Petersburg., to Jackson-

ed by the additional subscription of ville, 2:25 a. m.
smnn hv the Southern Bell Tele- No. 10, Leesburg to

phone and Telegraph Company, thru 5:40 a. m. ,rrtTw1av
the Atlantic National Bank. This went No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox Monday,

for the credit of Edward W. Lane's Wednesday and r naay, -

earn, making that gentleman's tota I No. J5. ucata "-"Z

reach $14,298.75, which is a good Jim), xuesaay,
lead over all of his rival team cap- day 6:40 a. m. M1

I J0. 141, WUCUA, uanicowi.v 7
tains. a.-i. .ii;ie m

It is announced by Treasurer Hoyt Pa atKa to ucaa

that he is still able to receive all xno. v, du 6

:, a 4-v.n4- ViotT will i vine. ia:oi-A;x' u. ux.

1. u4l th. No. 48, Homosass to Ocal., 1:05

war fund. If several more subscrip subscriptions
tions subscriptions like that from the Southern

Bell Telephone and Telegraph com

pany are received the total of ?iuu,-
- m f x X.

000 will not Iook so iar aistant.

According to the team captains,

there are many well-to-do people in
T-i,,r?ii xvn lrnve not eiven a

.1 UlaQUII V 111

EE TOURIST -..FARES

From Jacksonville to

New York and return. .$38.00
Baltimore and f eturn ... $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

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Through tickets to all Eastern resorts, with return limit October
31 1917. with privilege of stopovers at principal points. Sailings
from Jackville via Savannah to Baltimore Wednesday and Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. To Philadelphia, Thursday.
Steamships Suwannee and Somerset have staterooms de luxewith
also shower rooms, hot a and cold, ; fresh and salt. Kunnig
water' .U rooms Wireless telegraph on all. ships. Accommoda Accommodations
tions Accommodations unsurpassed. Reservations, fare or any information cheerful cheerfully
ly cheerfully furnished on application.
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANSPORTATIOH COMPAIIY,

H. C. Avery, Agent.

Jacksonville. Florida

J. F. WARD, T. P A

L. D. JONES, C. A.

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We clean and press them with

out the use of smoothing irons.

- Let us send for yours.

Ocala Steam Laundry

Just Phone 101

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 find Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
. r 1

No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesourg,

We Cave the Equipment and Ability

To serve you as you ought to be servied, and when you are not let us
Rsk you again, to .let us know, for thit is the only way we can accomplish
ur Jesire.
Of course, sometimes, little things go wrong, hJl
tional, and, if you will call us up, they will be corrected IMMEDIATELY.

Ocala ice & PacMnfl -Co.

pnoNE u

OCALA FlJi.

a o.vjun
, n i vn c-omo I 9:Un p. m.

cent to tne Kea v.ross, aim o a. m.: Qcala

r A i:4- QT-o-nmentS iu. v"

people reiuse tu .b--.-r- Jacksonville, 5:10 p.m
in.favor of the o" 32 lakeland to Ocala (Sunny.

organization wmcn Vro Tuesday Thursday and Satur-
diers who guard us while we sleep. It -im' AJJ
is only through the supreme ignor- cay, J-u P- m
r.lo tVint thev refuse 4

.w:! one TEAM OF MULES FOR RENT

i. i- -n i wilcnn Vmc endorsed

wmcn rresi'iciii yu j v
. lL. a nf nhioh he is the A good heavy team of mules with

TO vae iuhc dr.ver by thg day or week
ut the thousands- who have given Apply to Box 374 or Star office. 26-7t

Vip rause feel better and nobler for

liavW done so. It isn't the amount ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

,
ii it was the manner in

UltJ Kc, u I -kT- on r TP C

which they gave it that makes i ucaia ..i
happier. It will be several days be- rbursday evenings of ecfc

fore the details are compietea aim monta at 730 o'clock.

REMEMBER THE 1IAME : IT HAY 5AVE YOUR LIFE

15!! y v- Cuicl Relief tor Malaria. CWIU and Fever. BiUoos Fever. Cold

, Cold tftf

LaCrtPPe. at voor frufilst 25 and 50 cents or bv mall from

3 THE F. M. PLANK MEDICINE C0KPANV JACKSONVILLE. FLft.

the money is forwarded to Washing

ton.

Mrs. .Susan Cook, W. M.

Mrs. Rosalie Condon, Secretary.

In Solitude.
All weighty things are done in soli solitude
tude solitude that Is, without society. The
means of improvement consist not In
projects, nor in any violent designs,
for these cool, and cool very soon, but
In patient practicing for whole long
days, by which I make the thing clear
to my highest reason. Jean Paul
Richter.

Italian War Economy.
In Rome and other Italian cities la ladies
dies ladies are adopting the habit of going
hatless as a war economy. The ex example
ample example has been set by many aristo aristocratic
cratic aristocratic ladles, who take walks and auto automobile
mobile automobile drives, nd even make social
calls, bareheaded.
Do you read the "unclassified" ads?

ocala r

RATERHAL

ORDERS

The Ocala recruiting station for The club men iaUghed too soon.

the regular army has ootainea dot B n law not be any g0od

two men since June 15. The station

will continue open until about July

10. Unmarried men, without depend dependents
ents dependents and physically fit, between the
ages of 18 and 40, still have a chance
to'avoid the draft and be volunteers.
There "are many good reasons why it
is best to belong to a regular army
organizationr The men are with ex ex-"
" ex-" perienced officers and among trained
men, which makes it easy for the be

ginner. Things run smoothly; there
is team work.1 The soldiers are bet better
ter better fed, clothed and cared ror, because
training and experience count;;'" If a
Marion county man "subject to draft
hasn't decided to join his home com company,
pany, company, his next best policy is to enter
the regular army.

Do You Want a
1HlrJ3E ?
A Good SevenRoom House for

1100

Payments only $10 per month. See

M1H U CTMI- L M. MURRAY

but Mr. Davis little supplement
still on the job. Tampa Tribune.
Solemn days for club" men anyhow.

The St. Petersburg Times signifi

cantly says: "The governor should
remember that Sheriff Hayes Lewis

whom he recently appointed in Duval

county, is somewhat of a fiopper and

it's a long while until the campaign

begins for Senator Fletcher's jod.

Says the Lakeland Telegram : "Tom
Watson's seditious publication has
been refused admission to the mails

"hv the nostmaster of Savannah be

cause of its treasonable utterances

aeainst the policies of the govern

ment. Watson is the idol of a cer

tain class who get their ideas .from

C11rh r,aid disseminators of discord as

infested Florida up to a few months

Lovcrs oi Cheese
Here You Are
LIMBERGER, BRICK
MCLAREN'S IMPERIAL
McLAREN'S ROQUEFORT
McLAREN'S PIMENTO
PHILADELPHIA CREAM
AMERICAN CHEESE
GORGANZOLA, BRIE
IMPORTED ROQUEFORD

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PHONES lfr-r-174

Room 5 Holder Block. Ocala, Fla.
Beautify Your
; Complexion
Not artificially, but perma permanently,
nently, permanently, by drinking a glass of
thia delicious digestant with eacl

meal
Shivar Ale
PURE DIGESTIYE IBOMATICS WITtf
SBIYAS MUtEBAt WATER AXQ SINGER
Clarifies and puts roses and beauty
in sallow cheeks of old and young.
At all grocers and druggists. Satis Satisfaction
faction Satisfaction guaranteed or money refund refunded
ed refunded on firtt dozen.
Bottled and guaranteed by the cele celebrated
brated celebrated Shivar Mineral Spring, SheL
ton. S. C If your, regular dealat
' Annot supply you telephone
. JAKE BROWN,

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

MaMrtn-Tlrmn Lftdere No. 19. F. &

i,i"vu " A H,UJ

A. M., meets on tne nrsi uiu muj
Thursday evenings of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.

H. M. W earners, w. m.
Jake Brown, jgocret&ry. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort Kine Camp No. 14 meets at

Uha of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every

" . TTf.!i: i

ionnA and fourtn ifliaay. visiniig

sovereigns are ailways welcome.

l. jj.-ijancasver, j.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

naln Tndcre No. 286. Benevolent!

and Protective Order of Elks, meets

the second and fourtn xuesaay even even-each
each even-each month. Visiting breth

ren always welcome. Club house oppo

site postoace,- east sioe

E. J. Crook, Secretary.
ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O.
Tripsrlav evemne in tne

I Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of

the star omce duiiuluk u o
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.

J. U. MCLiaSKUi, VX.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

HO RESTLESSNESS OR BACKACHE TO -HIGH I

Kidney, Bladder and UHo Acid TrcziMos Bring
fiSiscry To fiflany.

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CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
T?omrkr zirocatlond oi tae Ocala

irth.ntai. Vrt 12. R. A. 31.. OH Ui3

; VV

fourth Fnuay in every mouj

8 p. m. B. C. Webb, u. r.

Jake tsrown. oy.

DlSIRIBUTOH FOR OCALA.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. IS. 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.
Chas. K. Sage, K. ofR. S.

When the kidnevs are weak or diseased, these natural filters do not
cleanse the blood sufficiently, and the poisons are carried to all parts of the
body There foUow Depression, Aches and Pains, Heaviness, Drowsiness,

Irritation, Headaches, Chilliness, Rheu Rheumatism,
matism, Rheumatism, Backache and Dropsy. The
uric acid sometimes forms into gravel
or kidney stones. When the uric acid
affects the muscles and joints, it causes
lumbago, rheumatism, gout or sciatica,
This is the time to try "Anuria"
During digestion uric acid is absorbed
into the system from meat eaten, and
even from some vegetables. The poor
kidneys get tired and backache begins.
This is a good time to take "Anuria
the new discovery of Doctor Pierce for
Kidney disturbances.
Anuric may be obtained right hero

in town today, as Doctor Pierce has arranged with the local druggets for its
aribution. It's surprising that so-many of us never suspect our kidneys even
win they give a fair warning that something is wrong. Like all filters the3r
become clogged most frequently. A fixty-cent package of "Anuric," however,
tm"n1 -nnrzurre. OV Write SVmpiOin.3

win give renewea me. oeuu F
and send sample of urine to Doctor Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo. N. Y.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1917
PAQH THEE2
i at us
This was the last meeting of the chap chapter
ter chapter until September, the chapter hav having
ing having decided to suspend meetings dur during
ing during July and August. On Aug. 31st,
f lie Conmercia
If Yon Hare Anj News for this De De-partment,
partment, De-partment, Call Two-One-Five
or Fire-One Y
the birthday of Robert Morris, found
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We represent not only the best fire insurance companies, but
also the highest class INDEMNITY AND BONDING concerns in
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The Red Cross

Those white-clad girls with crimson

cross upon eacn breast,
Somehow do not remind one of the
war-

But seem more like the Dove of Peace

with mercy blessed,
But time has told the glory of their
corns.

When screaming shells out on the
field collect their due,
- Those uniforms are stained with
hero crore.

And when at last the battle's mighty

rage is tnrougn,
The Red Cross takes the place of
cannon's roar.

Those white-clad folk with calm, cool

smues upon their face,
Contrast in gloried splendor and do
more.

When on the battlefield they take no

neea 01 race,
But soothe the wounds inflicted
there bv Thor.

Some mother's son along the line, all

ouuet-torn,
With drying lips and swollen
toneue. will uour

A blessiner thprp hoa T1GO fll A Tst4

o ww viiv XbwU
Cross corps was born,
So do your bit it's youhe's fight fighting
ing fighting for. Selected.
Mr. J. B. Hull of Inglis passed

through Ocala yesterday on his way
to Savannah, where he will join Mrs.
Hull, who is visiting relatives here.

He was accompanied by his son Mr.

Joe Hull and Mrs. Hull, who spent the

aay m Ocala.

Mr. J. H.- Livingston is spending a
few days in Tampa at the DeSoto

hotel.

m
Mrs. L. M. Murray returned today
from a short visit to Mrs. George
MacKay a the lake.
Mrs. M. A. Williams returned home
Tuesday from a month's visit to her
daughters in South Florida.

Mrs. W. J. Frink of Jacksonville
will arrive in Ocala either Saturday
or Monday for a two weeks' visit to
her father, Mr. D. E. Mclver.
Mr. Joseph Warren, Mrs. P. W.
Warren, Miss Vera Wilson and Misses
Elmina and Mabel Warren of Center
Hill, motored to Ocala yesterday and
spent the day shopping.
m
Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss
motored to Bushnell yesterday and
spent the day. They had as their
guests Mrs. D. H. Baker and grand grandson,
son, grandson, Mr. Louis Baker of Orange
Home.
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S., held
a regular meeting last night, the as associate
sociate associate matron, Mrs. Alice Yonce,
presiding, the worthy matron, Mrs.
Susan Cook, being in Palm Beach.

er of the order, this chapter will give
a picnic at Silver Springs.
Red Cross News
Misses Ruth Rentz and Lois Liv Livingston
ingston Livingston had charge at Red Cross
headquarters this morning. They en enrolled
rolled enrolled thirteen members and took in
$18. The following are new members:
J. M. Holden, Miss Martha Taylor,
H. A. Fausett, Charles Laffitte, Jerry
Burnett, Mrs. Jerry Burnett, Miss
Marjorie Burnett, Miss Elizabeth
Home, Miss Sara Pearl Martin, Mas Master
ter Master R. J. Rivers Jr., Miss Martha
Rivers, R. J. Rivers, Mrs. R. J. Rivers,
Mrs. F. M. Mullino Jr. Mrs. H. B.
Baxter is in charge of the Red Cross
room this afternoon.
A very pretty hand-made handker

chief has,, been donated by Mrs. A. T.
Thomas. This and a dainty baby cap

given by Mrs. Waugh, are for sale at

the Red Cross room.

Mrs. W. V. Newsom and little

daughter, Jane, expect to leave Sun Sunday
day Sunday for Jacksonville, where they will
be joined by Mrs. Newsom's mother,

Mrs. A. K. Taylor, and together they
will go to Rich, Miss., for a three
months visit to Mrs. Newsom's aunt.
Miss Melvine Burts, who has been
visiting her cousins, the Misses Os Osborne,
borne, Osborne, returned yeterday from a four
days visit to Dr. and Mrs. Blitch at
Blitchton. Miss Burts expects to re return
turn return to her home in Tampa this af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. Mr. John Carney of North Lake
Weir, spent today in Ocala.
Mrs. John Giddens and interesting
children of Kathleen are the guests
of Mrs. Giddens' sister, Mrs. J. C.
Smith and family.
Mr. M. M. Little and daughter,
Maude Lillian, are visiting Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Little at the University of
Florida this week.
The Red Cross is indebted to Mrs.
Albert Gerig for the beautiful case
of lilies that decorate the Red Cross
windows today.
Miss Eunice Marsh expects to leave
tonight for a month's visit to rela relatives
tives relatives in Savannah.
Dr. Chiles of Clermont arrived in
Ocala yesterday to spend several
days.
The Ocala friends of Miss Nona
Sewell of Brooksville will regret to
hear she was operated on Monday
night at St. Luke's hospital in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville for appendicitis. She was get

ting along very nicely yesterday.
Miss Sewell was expected in Ocala

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Back and Front-Lace
FOR STOUT FIGURES

Make large hips disappear; baHcy waist-lines more
graceful; awkward bust-lines smaller and hare the
"OW Corset" comfort with first wearing. Both
medium and low bust.
N U FOR M
Back and Front-Lace
For SLENDER and AVERAGE FIGURES
Give Style, Comfort and perfectly fitting Gown
at most Economical Price.
$1-00 to $3.00
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Chicago Saa Francisco

yesterday to visit her sister, Mrs. J.
P. Galloway, after a month's visit to
Dr. Van Sewell and Mrs. Sewell in
Jacksonville, but on Sunday was
taken sick.

Former Ocala Boy in the Naval

Reserve
The host of Ocala friends of Mr.

William Anderson, son of the late Dr.

William Anderson and Mrs. Ander Anderson
son Anderson of this city, will hear with inter interest
est interest that he has left the designing de

partment of submarines in Bridge

port, where he has been for the past

several years. He is now first lieu

tenant in the naval reserve on the
battleship North Carolina and many

leading newspapers have commended

his splendid work in helping, to raise
the naval reserve to it full strength.

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Miss Sara Herndpn expects to leave
Tuesday for an extended visit to her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wood in

Johnson City, Tenn. Miss Herndon
will meet some friends from Umatilla

in Jacksonville who will accompany
her to Johnson City.
Mrs. Pauline "Keep, who has been
the guest of Mrs. Susan Ellis and
family for the past three days, re returned
turned returned to her home in Jacksonville
yesterday afternoon.
"The Crimson Stain Mysters," star starring
ring starring Maurice Costello and Ethel
Grandin, will be shown at the Temple
today. The mystery is in sixteen two
reel events, through which an "Un "Unseen
seen "Unseen Force" moves cruelly to a
smashing climax.
A Ham and Bud Comedy will also
be shown with a Ford Weekly.
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Cool Breeze6 Turquoise Skie',
Enchanting Views Golf
Horseback Rides Tennis
Mountain Air Climbing'
Gorgeous Sunset3 Hiking
Pure. Cold Water Good Times

Comfort, Health, Happiness
. Only a Few Dollars to Pay
Just a Few Hours Away

i-rffA Delightful Trip on Splendid Trains

via
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J. A. VonDohleri, Fla. Pas. Agent
124 W. Bay St. St.-Jacksonville
Jacksonville St.-Jacksonville Florida

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PLUMBING AMD
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING

When you have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting, let us furnish you
too small, tf H. W. Tucker.

12 pounds of SUGAR $1, with one
dollar purchase of other groceries for
cash, Saturday and Monday only.
Smith. Grocery Co. Phone 434. 3t

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

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the Last One more day the greatest better
values, bigger bargains, greater savings. All lines

of merchandise will get quicker, brisker, swifter Move on.
We've been doing police duty We've wielded the "Move On'
Stick with a Price Lowering Effect --goods must Move On.
Don't miss the last day; don't stay away and feel bitter with yourself for doing so. Come!
Yoii can not lose anything and we promise you thatifyou buy you will have a goodly amount.

Spying

Ml Compnlsoiry-rbnt -ffiesc Prices Compel lm

Meit&on

we W9 -Taflored Sil, Presses, Waists and

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We have given every wearable in our Garment Department the "Move On" sign.
They have stayed long enough-they have worn out their welcome

A beautiful lot of novelty voiles and Pais Paisley
ley Paisley Dresses, values up to (I0 QC
$7.50. Move On price...... "PO5JV

White Gaberdine and Linene Skirts, all

sizes, values $1.35 and $1.50 Move QC

On price

Voile and Organdie Shirtwaists, also new
patriotic Middies, $1.25 and $1.50 QC
values, Move On price ........
Lot of Ladies' House Dresses special O C
Move on price. ..... .. .......

Gaberdine and Pique skirts styles all sizes
values to $4.00. No altera- C0 QC
tions. Move On price. .... piZJ
Lot of Organdie and Voile Shirtwaists, reg regular
ular regular $1.25 value, Move on 7Q

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price.

Beautiful Gingham Dresses for Children,
size3 4 to 14, $1.25 value QP
Move on price wOC
Real Panama Hats for Ladies regular
price $2.50, Move on C1 QE
price P

All ol Omf UiittFiiiiiMed Hats Have Been Reduced Oius TlaiFd

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Lot of apron and Dress Ginghams, pretty
patterns, 10 cents value, Move 79r
On price w
Fancy Dress Crepes and muslins 12c O
value, Move On price. OC
Lot of Voile and Organdie, 36 inches wide
25 cents value, Move On price, 1 Q

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per yard

Fancy Flaxon Fabrics, 35 and 40 cent

values, Move On price, per OO.

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yard. .

HouseHpld'IjIriens

Laundry proof Pillow Cases dbx4o Ol
worth 27c, Move On price. ......

21c

9c

Bed spreads heavy quality and pretty de designs,
signs, designs, sizes 72 x81, wroht now ff l: 1Q
$1.75, Move On price...... -' P.f
Laund ry proof sheets size 81x90, worth
at present market price, $1.25 QQM

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Turlash Towels larsre size. 25c

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Huck Towels: size 18x36 plain and' red

borders, worth 12 c, Move On

price

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Desirable Laces and Embroideries Now in Season

Real Linen Lace Edgings,. 12 c val value,
ue, value, per yard i ..... . ....
Lot of Torchon Laces, Special per
yard........................
Shadow Laces and Insertions, 12c
value, per yard. : .

Shadow, Round thread and Val Laces, A
per yard C

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ner vard . OC

6-inch Embroidery Edgings, 8c value,
per yard....

9-inch Embroidery Edgings, value Qg
12Hc, per yard......... OC
18-inch Embroidery Flouncings, 15c 1 A
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1917

PAGE FOUR
NOTICE,
Tools Egyptia Used.

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Mr. LaGrange Sistrunk returned
home today for a ten-days' furlough.
The largest line of bathing caps in
the city all shades, shapes and col colors.
ors. colors. The Court Pharmacy. 15-tf
The Star understands that Norton
Davis, George Batts, John McLin and
team will be in evidence in the game
at Hunter Park on the fourth of July.
12 pounds of SUGAR $1, with one
dollar purchase of other groceries for
cash, Saturday and Monday; only.
Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. 3t
Those Knights of Pythias which the
Star sent to Orlando yesterday did
not get off until this afternoon, and
the district meeting is to be held to tonight
night tonight instead of last night. The Ocala
delegation will be accompanied this
afternoon by Knights Ed Rou, Foster
Rou, B. O. West of Reddick arid Percy
Lisk of Fort McCoy.
L. ALEXANPEH
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Bettei
Work for the mo;sy than any other
contractor in the city. -
lelver ,& laeiay
PHONES 47. 104, 305
OCAI A. FLORIDA
Excursion Rates
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On Sale Daily May 15 to October 15.
Return Limit October 31
NEW YORK $42.05
PHILADELPHIA 40.05
.BALTIMORE 37.95
WASHINGTON 37.20
BUFFALO 53.90
ATLANTIC CITY 42.55
' ASHEVILLE 23.20
HENDERSON VILLE 22.30
'CHICAGO 47.80
DETROIT 48.05
ELK'S CONVENTION
BOSTON, MASS. $46.20
Date of sale July 5, 6 and 7. Final
limit July 20, 1917. ;
PHONE 129 PHONE 129
CITY TICKET OFFICE
JOHN BOISSEAU, C. P. & T. A.
This Space Reserved
for
V. MRASEK
The Tinner
Cemetery Work
in-
MARBLE or GRANITE
That's our business, and we
; can give you reasonable prices
and the best of workmanship
on anything in this line. If not
convenient to call at our yards,
, write us of your need and well
take pleasure in submitting de-
signs. 'v .'
OCALA MARBLE IRKS
OCALA, FLORIDA
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Tickets on sale July 6, 7 and 8. Final" limit to return July 20th.
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tools, estimated to beyJ,000 years old,
forming part of a f vl lection owned
by Meremptah, son j fid successor to
Itameses the Great, 00 years before

Christ, have been Jiearrhed In the
prehistoric monarch' palace at Mem
phis, anci ent capital jot Lgypt,
Advices telling of these import dis-
lAvorioq hftvp reajrhed the university i
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museum In Philadelphia from Dr.
rrt C? T.; c-T. lor nf fhf FVt-
t n'. Tr Edition to Fxrvnt.
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In a full report, Doctor Fisner tie-
scribes wandering tnrougn me ?pn- i
clous halls of the great palace that for
centuries lay Dunea in eui
. A f-. I
pms- or,
sels MJtt- ri!
iounu liiiuci, just ns '""- i
t!.:" t inrds of those davs de-
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partel
Ainnv of the relics found, says
Doctor Fisher, date back to the stone
age. Traces of a fire that must have
ravished the palace are found on every
side, according to toe arcneoiogistr-
chance.
r..a!wntti Leave.
. I
EncAlvDtus are evergreens, wnicn
shed their bark but not their leaves, I
but they are not shade trees. The
leaves are placed in inclined rather
tnan in Horizontal posuras, uu
passage of light is but litue obstruct-
1 1 km. mam nM Alt AW rl"AAa fXTlfl
ZriTl
uune buu sin
,h nrnnH. In nlflPPS ftSSUme the
.nnooron of ft iunele from which
arise the towering shafts of trees. It
la interesting to note that primitive
types of eucalyptus, as well as the
young or. more modern types, have
hnHrnntni leaves. Dointine to a time
In the geologic past when the climate
was more congema auu
ions to conserve muisiuie uceu w
n.-National Genirrnnhic Mneazine.
Enoch Arden.
"Briefly stated," we explained, "the
story of Enoch Arden was about as fol
lows: He" went to sea, and was ship
wrecked on an uninhabited island
where he remained for several years.
When at last he was rescued Mr. Ar
den put out for home with consider
able rapidity, only to find that during
his absence Mrs. Arden had married
again. What 'do you suppose was his-
subsequent action?" "Hard to figger,"
replied Mr.. Gap Johnson of Rumpus
Ridge, who had listened with deet
Interest to the recital. "You can't tell
which way a toad will jump when you
poke him, and folks is Just peculiar
Prob'ly he either took a shot at his
wife's second husband or else borrowed
enough money offn him to get back to
his uninhabited island, and I wouldn't
bet a nickel on either horn of what
d'ye-call it!" Exchange.
The largest line of bathing caps in
the city all shades, shapes and col colors.
ors. colors. The Court Pharmacy. 15-tf
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
Keeps Trousers In Shape.
; A New York tailor is the inventor ot
a device that prevents trousers baggies
at the knees by pulling them up slightly
as a wearer sits down.
Let us, ni your car up with the
famous GOODRICH TIRES. There
are none better. Blalock Bros., 107
Oklawaha avenue 6-8-tf
12 pounds of SUGAR $1, with one
dollar purchase of other groceries for
cash, Saturday and Monday only.
Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. 3t
Advertise in the Sar.
Di 'CLASSIFIED ADS.
WANTED, LOST,' FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
POTATO VINES FOR SALE 2000
pure Porto Ricas ready for immediate
delivery, $2 per thousand. Address
box 43, or Berry Carter, Ocala. 29-6t
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 40-acre farm, good
dwelling house and barn, good well;
20 acres in cultivation. Cheap for
cash. Write or see C. R. Murphy, Oak,
Fla. 26-2t
LOST Red leather card case, con containing
taining containing card of J. W. Crosby Jr. and
$1 bill. Return, to Star office. 28-,3t
FOR SALE Household furniture, in
eluding piano, dressers, gas stove,
rugs, chairs, etc.; cheap for cash. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Mrs. T. J. Killebrew, or phone
333 or 407. 28-3t
And
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(Continued from Third Page,

Mr. E. A. Mobley returned home to
day from a week's visit to relatives in
Live Oak.
On account of the rainy weather,
there 11 gathering of
the
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c" L,1C iuxuur vtvic tague at
ic lumunvw alteration
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Wilson and
their bright little son. Walker, are,
home again. Mr. Wilson .eft a couple
.
of weeks aS to h old home in
.i
uuauama, anu on returning came tnru
Carolina to bring Mrs. Wilson and the
little boy home. They were accom
panied for a visit by Mrs. Wilson's
aunt, Miss Anna Walker of Barnwell,
c.
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misses Eleanor ana ivunme ire-
J iL x W
mere anu meir guesi, iiiiss mignon
Perez, motored up from Belleview
this morning and spent the day in the
city. TheX were guests of Miss Isa-
belle Davis.
A number of the singers who will
0;0t i ti
" luulul -uijr pageant
met at the Woman's Club last night
for practice. Mr. Albert Gerig con conducted
ducted conducted the music while Miss Gertie
Peyser played the accompaniments.
The national anthems of all our allies
were sung, and if they sound an v-
where near as we1j in performance as
they did in practice, all who do not
hear them will miss a great treat.
The eleven members of the Bap
tist church orchestra expect to leave
on July the fourth for Lake City
where the Orchestra will play for the
assembly, during the Florida Baptist
Encampment which lasts from July
fourth until the eleventh. The girls
will stay at Columbia college there
during the encampment.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp and
family motored to the lake this morn
ing where they will spend the week
end They took as their guests Misses
Agnes Burford, Blair Woodrow and
Rexie Todd, and will be joined by
Miss Mary Burford tomorrow'hoon.
The friends of Mr. Loring Bracken
the popular clerk at the Harrington
sympathize with him in the death of
his young sister, Mrs. McDonald
which occurred at 5 o'clock Thursday
morning at. St! Luke's hospital in
Jacksonville. Mrs. McDonald has
been ill for nearly four months, but
was considerably better last Sunday
when her brother was in Jacksonville
so the news of her death came as i
shock. Mr. Bracken went to Jack
sonville on the noon train yesterday
and will return Sunday.
Master Harris Powers, who has
been visiting his grandparents for
the past five months, will return to
his home in Chicago this afternoon
He will be accompanied by his grand
mother, Mrs. F. E. Harris and Mas
ter Ted Drake, who will be the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd for
several months.
"
Mr. E. L. Stapp and wife, recently
married at Miami, after spending
their honeymoon in Baltimore, Wash
ington, New York and other places of
interest, returned to Oxford last Sat
urday and stayed with his mother Mrs
W. C. Stapp until Sunday, when they
returned to Ocala, where they wil
make- their future home. Oxford
notes in Sumter County Times.
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Strum of Jack
sonville, who have been the guests of
Mrs. C.s L. Stoney and Miss Josephine
Stoney since Friday, were the central
figures at a pretty dinner party given
Saturday evening, at the informal din dinner
ner dinner dance on the roof garden of the
Capital City Club by Mr. Winter Al Al-friend.
friend. Al-friend. Atlanta Journal.
Mr. and Mrs. Strum are now in
Jacksonville and are at home to their
friends at 959 Riverside avenue.
At noon today at the Country Club,
Mrs. Vaughan Camp entertained
those wEo were to have been mem members
bers members of her bridal party if she had
been married here. The same beauti beautiful
ful beautiful flower motif dhat was used at her
wedding in Washington made the
luncheon table exquisite, garden flow flowers
ers flowers being the adornment. Covers were
set for twelve, the invited guests be being
ing being Mrs. Gene Wilson, Mrs. Beeman
Backwith, Mrs. Wallace Stovall, Mrs.
Tom Lykes Jr., Misses Mamie and
Julia Trezevant, Stella Taliaferro,
Lilias Pratt and little Miss Isabelle
Lowry. Tampa Times.
Mrs. Camp left last night for her
new home in Washington, D. C.

NOTICE
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County In Chancery.
Mary Livinia Allen, Complainant, vs.
John W. Allen, Defendant Or Order
der Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: John W. Allen,
be and he is hereby required to ap appear
pear appear to the bill of complaint filed in
this cause on or before
Monday, the 16th day of July 1917.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper
published in said county and state.
This 17th of day of May, 1917.
(Seal) P. IL Nugent,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By Ruth Ervin, D. C.
W. E. Smith,
Complainant's Solicitor. 5-18-fri
Do you read the "unclassified" ads?

Notice is hereby given that the following- land in 'the city of Ocala. will

De sold at public auctom on
MOXDAY, THE SECOND

at the city hall in Ocala, Marion county, Florida, or so much thereof as may

be necessary to pay the amount due
same, together with the cost of such
ONE
DESCRIPTION OF LAND
Com at nw cor blk 13 Old Survey e 120
ft s 64 ft w 120 ft n-64 ft
Com 64 ft s of nw cor blk 13 Old Sur
vey, s 45 ft e 112 ft s 8 ft e 22 ft n
120 ft w 4 fi s 64 ft
Lot A sub of blk 15 Old Survey
S lot 1 blk 17 Old Survey
Ixts 2 and 3 blk 17 Old Survey
All lot 1 blk 27 Old Survey
lot 2 blk 28 Old Survey
Ail lot 3 blk 28 Old Survey
Lots 1 and 2 blk 29 Old Survey
Wi or lots 2 and 3 blk 32 Old Survey
70 ft n and s by 157 ft e and w in se
cor oilt 40 Old Survey
All blk 53 Old Survey
Com 73 ft n of se cor blk 57 Old Sur
vey, w 18 ft n 24 ft w 42 ft n "3 ft w
29 ft n 29 ft e 89 ft s 56 ft
for 1915 and 1916
Nw4 blk 61 Old Survey
W lot 1 blk 62 Old Survey
NW blk 63 Old Survey
Com 56 ft s of nw cor lot 2 blk 64 Old
Survey, s 28 ft e 112 ft n 28 ft w 112
ft
All ex com at ne cor thence w 50 ft s
161.5 ft e 34.5 ft s 75.75 ft e 15.5 ft
n 238 ft block 65 Old Survey ...
Lots 1 2 3 4 Geo. F. Williams sub blk
67 Old Survey
Com 112 ft e of sw cor blk 73 Old Sur
vey, n 112 ft e 50 ft s 112 ft w.50 ft
All lot 4 blk 14 New survey Soutn...
Lots 1 and 4 blk 16 New Survey South
All lot 2 Dlk 18 New Survey South..
S lot 3 blk 19 New Survey South..
All lot 4 blk 25 New Survey South..
All blk 18 New Survey North
Com 40 ft s of nw cor blk B Allred's
Addition, s 65 ft e 105 ft n 65 ft w 199
ft :
Lots 1 2 3 4 blk 2 sub blk Q Allxed's
Addition
Lots 5 6 blk 2 sub blk Q Allred's Addi
tion
E lot 3 blk 2 Allred's Addition
W lot 3 blk 2 Allred's Addition...
Sw lot 4 blk 2 Allred's Addition...
All blk 8 Allred's Addition
Lot 5 blk 1 Florida Central Land Co.
sub of blks 3 and i Allred's Addition
Lot 6 blk 3 Florida Central Land Co
sub of blks 3 and 4 Allred's Addition
Lots 9 10 tlk 3 Florida Central Land
Co. sub blks 3 and 4 Allred's Add!
tion . r .s
Lot 4 blk 4 Florida Central Land So.
sub .blks 3 and 4 Allred's Addition...
All lot 4 blk 5 Allred's Addition
Lots 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Florida Cen Central
tral Central Land Co. sub blks 1 and 2 All Allred's
red's Allred's Addition
Lots 52 53 54 55 56 Florida Cenertl
Land Co. sufb blks 1 and 2 Allred's
Addition
Lots 7 and 8 Allred's Addition
Lots 12 3 4 7 Seymour's sub sw portion
of lots 1 and 2 blk Y Allred's Addi Addition
tion Addition
Lots 6 11 12 13 18 Clvatt's sub
Lots 13 14 15 16 17 18 Palmer's sub
Allred's Addition
All lot 20 Sjnith and Dau&herty .Addi
tion
100 ft e and w by 125 ft n and s on w
side lot 29 Smith and Daugherty Ad
dition,
Lots 40 and 41 Smith and Daugherty
Addition
Lots 59 and 60 Smith and Daugherty
Addition
Lot 3 and 49 1-3 ft n and s on n side lot
2 Reardon's Middletown Lots' .....
S lot 6 Reardon's Middletown Lots.
Com at se cor lot 1 Reardon's Middle-
town Lots e 69 ft n 162 ft w 69 ft 6
162 ft
All lot 2, Caldwell's Addition
Com at ne cor lot 8 Caldwell's Addition
w 70 ft s 112 ft e 70 ft n 112 ft
Also com 70 ft e of nw cor lot 8
Caldwell's Addition e 70 ft s 112 Xt
w 70 ft n 112 ft
Com 25 ft s of nw cor lot 9 Caldwell's
Addition, e 105 ft s 80 ft w 105 ft n
80 ft
105 ft sq in nw cor lot 9, also 75 ft n
and s by 105 ft e and w in sw cor lot
10, ex com 25 ft s of nw cor lot 9,
v-e 105 ft s 80 ft w 105 ft n 80 ft Cald-r
well's Addition
Sw& lot 22 Cald wells Addition ...
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You Can Save Money
By Looking Around

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At The Savoy Cafe you will find the Most Reason-
($ able Prices, the Coolest and Most Comfortable

Dining Room and the Quickest Service in the city. (

Dinner 35c.

E J. METRE. PROP.
Commercial Bank Building.

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NEW YORK RETURN

Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare Includes Meals and Stateroom Berth -Tickets
Now on Sale. Good on Any Ship.
Final Return Limit October 31st.

CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. WENZEL, Florida Passenger Agent
327 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.

if of

We have Three Ford Touring Cars for sale
A 1915 MODEL FIXE SHAPE
A 1916 MODEL FIRST CLASS SHAPE
A 1916 MODEL EXCELLENT SHAPE
The latter car is just as good in every respect as when it came
from the factory. All are fully equipped and are 'wide treads. treads.-HURRY
HURRY treads.-HURRY HURRY For You Can't Get a New Ford Now, and this
is your only chance.

TSie

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DAY OF J ULT, A. D. 1917

for city taxes herein set opposite the
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A. E. Gervais
I 4 22
Wm. Preece
H. A. Fausett
J. E. Sharperson
A. H. Carter
A. L. Pettys
Joe DeBarr
15 so
9 63
12 00
17 78
12 00
2 7fi
Unknown .
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S. T. Sistrunk
40 88
Mrs. Lena A. Pedriek.
35 10
F. G. B. Weihe
29 63
Met R. and L Co.
231 45
F. E. Harris
139 95
12 00
E. L. Ditto
Mrs. N. E. Priest
Elks Club (B. P. O. E.)
92 85
Mrs. D., C. Edwards.
41 48
Mrs. D. C. Edwards.
D. S. Woodrow
Mrs. Julia F. Weihe
Mittie Duckett .
Mrs. E. H. Bailey...
T. C. Bailey
Unknown . . i
Unknown . .
D. S. Woodrow
.1156.05
47 25
6 53
7 xx
u 5
21 24
9 69
12 00
35 10
5 37
Louisa Morton
S. Novoski
5 37
J. R. Roddenberry
4 22
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Sam Kellum .. ..
A. W. Tucker .
1 1 K
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Jennie Kellum .
1 15
Unknown . .
2 76
1 91
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Mary Priest
Unknown .
15
4 80
3 83
J. J. McCraney
Unknown.. ..
1 91
4 22
15
B. H. Seymour
4 52
B. H. Seymour
J. H. Baxter
3 36
2 76
Unknown .
Sam Hodge
Unknown
T. C. Bailey
3 36
6 23
4 91
6 99
Mrs.' J. F, Crawford.
10 59
M. Fishel ..
M. Fishel
23 85
3 06
35 40
20 67
E. W. Davis
Unknown ...... .. ...
J. H. Spencer
21 54
87 08
F. E. Harris
P. D. Goodyear
9 74
J. J. Pyles
13 15
Mrs. M. Lyles
J W. Akin ..
18 98
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DESCRIPTION OP LAND

All lot 25 Caldwell's Addition
122 ft e and w by 224 ft n and a on w
side lot 28 Caldwell's Addition
m tt e ana w oy iu it n ana s m nw
por lot 28 Caldwell's Addition
Com 210 ft e of aw cor lot 29 Caldwell's
Addition e 70 ft n 70 ft W 70 It S 70 It
70 ft e and w by 140 ft n and s in ne
cor lot 29 Caldwell's Addition
Lots 5 and 7 Benton's sub lot 34 Cald
well's Addition
136 ft e and w on e side lot 35 Cald
well's Addition
iu it e ana w Dy izv n soa s m vu
lot 37 Caldwell's jvaaiuon
c.nm 140 ft e of nw cor lot 37 Cald
well's Addition, s 224 ft e 70 it n zz
I ft w 70 ft
I All lot 12 blK Z Benjamin's sud diks u
1 and 41 Caldwell's Addition
Com 111.44 ft e of sw cor lot & uaia
well's Addition, n. 213 ft e 41 ft
s 2134 ft W 41 It
dom 1574 ft e of sw cor lot 44 uaia-
well's Addition, e 54 It n 83 it w
54 ft S 87 It ..
Com 115 ft e of nw cor lot 46 Cald
well's Addition, s 87 z-3 it e 3a it n
87 2-3 ft w 35 ft
156 ft e and w by 70 n and so In ne cor
lot 47 Caldwell's Addition
Com 65 ft s of nw cor lot 48 Caldwell's
Addition, s 65 ft w 117 it n n e
117 ft ...

19 of!f!om at nw cor lot 48 Caldwell's Addl

tion, e 117 ft s 130 ft w 117 It n I3t it.
SeJA of s ex 4U it n ana s on siue
lrt 49 Caldwell's Addition I
W ex 53 ft e and w by 150 ft n and
S 1 II SW CUT 1UL 9V VillU W Cil a rtlivin.ilij
Lot 6 Brown and Harris sub lot 53
Caldwell's Addition
Lot 3 Teague's re-survey of lots 54 59
and 60 Caldwell's Addition
E 1-3 of lot 4 Teague's re-survey of
lots 54 59 and 60 caldweirs Addition
w lot 62 Caldwell's Addition
All lot 63 Caldwell's Addition
All lot 64 Caldwell's Addition
All lot z UKiawana rars
All lot 126 LInwood Park
Lots 23 24 29 30 Fort King Heights....
hook A naze 129 ...
1 Com 100 ft e of intersection of South
and watuia streets, s u it e iw i
1 60 w 100 ......................;
Com 83 It e oi ne intersection i
King Ave. and Tuscawma -at., n i
I ft 75 ft S 131 it w a it
lelrviTTi ft s of a nt 149 ft e of ne cor
blk 75 Old Survey, s 45 ft w 75 ft n
45 it e ii it
Com 55 n of se cor of blk e of and ad
joining blk 76 Old Survey, w ou it n
ei ft c :, ft a 84 rr
r'vm inn ft w of sw intersection of Ok
lawaha avenue and watuia ot., s
ft w 66 ft n 119 ft e 66 It
Com 168 ft s of nw cor. . .... .... -.
a an ft. a 105 ft n 90 ft w 105 ft
Com at nw cor lot 21 Smith & Daugh-
I erty Addition n it e -siu n a av n
or 'HI Tt
Com 691 ft w of a pt 150 ft s of se cor
w 237 ft n 425 ft "e '420 Yt s' 273 Y-3 ft
w 147 2-3 ft V
Com 1444 f t n of a pt I4z it e ot sw
I 2r " "' VV ViV Vi
n it e ziu xt s o&tz it i-v
Com 89 ft n of sw cor
n 285 ft e 420 ft s 285 ft w 4Z0 It...
Com 76 ft s of nw cor .........
s? 80 ft e105 It n s it w ivo ii....
Com 542 ft s of nwcor. .. .... .
e 108 ft s 6 6 72 It w ivo it n oots h..
Com at sw cor of Smith &.njl yr&njge
Sts, s 70 2-3 It w low it n u it.
100 ft
Lots 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 and com at se cor
lot 11, s 160 It w 16S it n iou it e
ft Buckalew Park
Com at sw cor lot 9 Buckalew Park, s
160 ft e 165 ft n 160 ft w 165 ft....
Lot e of and adjoining block 72 Old
Survey, ex 104 ft n and s by 57 ft e
and-. w in se cor
r o ow nr hiolc A Caldwell s Ad
dition, n 290 ft e 470 ft s 290 ft w
iicn vm nt tie cor block A Cald
well's Addition, w 40 ft s l27 ft w
110 ft s 130 ft e zoo it n to ne cur
All lot 3 Magnolia Place
Lots 10 and 11 Magnolia Place
Lots 18 19 20 and 21 Magnolia Place
All lot 25 Magnolia Place
All lot 26 Magnolia Place
Lots 39 and 40 Magnolia Place ....
All lot 36 Magnolia Place
Lots 43 and 44 Magnolia Place......
Lots 45 and 46 Magnolia Place
Lots 50 and 51 Magnolia Place
Lots 66 and 67 Magnolia Place
Lots 73 and 74 Magnolia Place.
Lot 76 Magnolia fiace w-i;
Lots 77 78 79 80 81 90 91 92 93 and 94
Magnolia Place
Lot C Caldwell's Addition
Lot H Caldwell's Addition
Lot 6 block 1 Palmetto Park .........
Lots 4 5 6 7 8 block ? Palmetto Park..
Lots 2 and 3 'block 4 Palmetto Park
Lots 6 and 7 block 5 Palmetto Park
Four acres on east end of lot Q or G
Oald well's Addition
Lot 9 Bullock's sur ne
All lot 10 Bullock's survey
Com 40 ft w and 45 ft n of sw cor blk
8 Hillview, n 41 ft w 212 ft s 90 ft e
106 ft n 45 ft & 106 It
EH of sw4 lot 83 Gary's Addition.
50 ft e and w by 112 ft n and s In nw
cor blk 84 Gary's Addition
40 ft e and w toy 112 ft n and s in se
cor lot 85 Gary's Addition
50 ft e and w on e side lot 84 Gary s
Addition
Com 40 ft w of se cor lot 85 Gary's Ad
dition, w 50 ft n 112 ft e 50 ft s 112 ft
Com 180 ft w oi Bexor lot 88 oarys
Addition, n 112 ft w 45 ft s 112 ft e
45 ft
Com 121 ft w of ne cor lot 100 Gary
Addition, v 50 It s liz it e &0 It n
112 ft
All lot 1 blk 6 Lincoln Heights
Lot 1 block 2 Ditto's revised plat plat
book A cage 143
Lots 3 and 6 'block 3 Ditto's revised
nlat nlat book A page 143
Com at sw cor lot 5 E. G. Smith's Ad
dition, e 177 ft n 139 It w 177
ft s 139 ft; also com 85 ft e of nw
cor lot 5 E. G. Smith' Addition, e 43
ft s 138 ft w 43 It n 138 It...
50 ft e and w by 100 ft n and s in sw
cor lot 6 E. G. Smith's Addition
Com- 50 ft e of sw cor lot 6 E. G.
Smith's Addition, e 60 f t n 100 ft w 50
- ft a 100 ft
E of e lot 10 E. G. Smith's Addition
Lot 7 Gile's sub of lot 11 E. G. Smith's
Addition
Lot 6 sub of lot 13 E. G, Smith's Addi
tion
E of lot 15 E. G. Smith's Addition
Wi lot 15 E. G. Smith's Addition..
it 8 sub of lot 18 E G Smith's Addition
Lots 9 10 11 12 12 27 28 30, 31 32 42
Mitchell's revised plat
Lots 40 49 50 51 Mitchell's revised plat
All lot 29 Mitchell s revised plat
All lot 34 Mitchell's revised plat.....
All lot 65 Mitchell's revised plat
All lot 79 Mitchell's revised plat
Crvm at nw cor lot 18 E. G. Smith's Ad
dition, w 70 ft s 174.9 ft n 100 ft e 50
ft n to p o b v";;
Com 3.16 chs w of ne cor of 8W ....
. 115 ft e 50 ft n 115 ft w 50 ft
All lot 22 blk 9 West End
Lots 11 and 13 blk 10 West End
Lots 9 10 11 and 12 blk 30 West End..
Lots 13 14 IS' and 16 blk 30 West End.
Lots 21 22 23 and 24 blk 30 West End.
rits l to 10 inclusive blk 49. West End
Lots 1 to 10 Inclusive blk 50 West End
All lot 1 blk 6 western Addition
All lot 13 blk 1 Western Addition
Lot3 2 and 3 blk 6 Western Addition..
All lot 7 blk 6 Western Addition
Lots 12345678 11 "block 51 Santa
Al&riSt 112106
Lot3 1 3 5 7 9 blk 53 Santa Maria Place
Lots 16 and 22 blk 55 Santa Maria Place
W4 lot 2 Cline's Addition ...........
Com 56 ft e of sw cor lot 3 Cline's Ad Addition,
dition, Addition, n 86 ft w 56 ft n 68 ft e 112 ft
n 40 ft w 112 ft n 14.6 ft e 208 ft s
208.6 ft w 152.6 ft
S lot 8 Cline's Addition
S -lot 10 Cline's Addition
S lot 11 Cline's Addition
Nw4 lot 12 Cline's Addition
All except lot 1 and 2 sub of lot IS
Cline's Addition
N 2-3 of e lot 21 Cline's Addition
All lot 28 Cline's Addition ;..
107 ft n and s by 70 ft e and w In nw
cor lot 13 Dunns w. Addition....
NwU lot 14 Dunn's N. W. Addition ....
Lots 2 and 5 block C Dunn's N. W. Ad Addition
dition Addition
Lots 13 and 14 blk O Dunn's N. W. Ad Addition
dition Addition Lots 11 and 13 blk P Dunn's N. W. Ad Addition
dition Addition Lots 6 8 10 and 12 Blk T Dunn's N. W.
Addition
Lots 4 and 5 blk U Dunn's N. W. Addi Addition
tion Addition ..
All lot 1 blk 1 Goss Addition
All ex the center 1-3 lot 4 blk 1 Goss
Addition ........
Lots 1 4 and lot 2 ex 210 ft n and s on
s side, Agnew's sub -.
Lots 2 3 4 6 7t8 9 10 13 and 14 Bigg's
revised plat Agnew's sub lot 3 J
Lots 5 to 12 Inc ex lot It Agnew's sub
lot 6

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NAME OP OWNER
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George Rentz .. ...
115 95
104 70
E. Van Hood .
Mrs. Carrie Hood ..
23 85
12 30
29 63
41 18
23 85
31 94
24 15
46 95
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7 98
17 22
26 10
W. K. Lane .....T.
Mrs. R. It. Raysor
A. T. Thomas .....
F. E. Harris
iC. W. Hunter .....
Mrs. M. L. Carlisle
E. M. Osborne
T. C. Bailey ...
F. M. Strunk
Unknown- ....
F. B. Beckham
T. C. Carter
Elizabeth Atkinson ..
W. H. Coleman
J. P. Galloway .......
M. Fishel ............
Mrs. M. J. Roess .....
H. M. Hampton ......
81 60
18 93
29 33
35 10
58 20
v Moornead .....
E. H. Mote
Heirs C. D. nonnMlv
.Mrs. sue llickson.
C. a Bailev
.J 1 03
Walter Marsh ...
1Z
D. S. Woodrow
J. W. Hood
J. W. Hood .........
W. II. Coleman !. ......
Dau'ters of Confederacy!
J. H. Spencer
H. Benjamin ..........
17
15
22
Peggy Roper .... ....
15
22
J. B. Bluett
15
15
Sam Hodge .-
H. Benjamin
15 22
15 22
Stephen Hodge . .
Mrs. A. E. Proctor .
Hester Tuggerson
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Mrs. C. W. Ford
Mrs. C. W. Ford ....
F. E. Harris .......
B. II. Sanders ........
Woodrow, A. L. ......
woodrow, D. s
B. H. Seymour
A. B. Green .
D. U. McGinnls .......
Jennie Vaughn .......
D. S. Woodrow ......
Moses Philbrick
A. E. Burnett
F. E. Wetherby .
Woodrow & Robinson.
M. Fishel
D. S. Woodrow
B. H. Seymour
Henry Gordon ........
Mrs. J. F. Pedriek.....
Unknown .
Jacksonville Dev. Co...
T. F. Means
Jacksonville Dev. Co...
L. E. Lang ............
Fla Central Land Co....
B. H. Seymour
19
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Mattle Jeffcoat
Annie Mills ......
Addie Michael
John Nelll .......
Unknown .
J. D. McCall .....
Sam Burch
Unknown.... ....
Creola Curry and
Wm. Davenport ..
Thos. Graham .
Emma Haines ....
Mary Pearson
Mary Pearson
Alice Woodard
H. A. Fausett .......
Sam Williams' ..p. ...
Nelson Miller .
Heirs ot C. D. Donnelly
tt. oranam ....
T. Gallman
H. A. Fausett ......
J. S. PedrSck
G, C. Mullins ..4......
S. M. Middleton
M. C. Ward
Isaac Brooks . . .
Unknown . .
John McRae ......
Q. V. Green
S. M. Middleton ...
Mrs. M. O. Wallis..
Wm. Williams
Unknown .. .. ...
Unknown .. .. ...
H. A. Fausett ....
Wm. Ponder
Henry Gilliam ..
18
IS
22
Unknown .. ., ...
J. D. McCall ......
H. A. Fausett
T. B. Brooks ..
Unknown .. ..
Minnie Long .
H. A. Fausett
II. A. Fausett
F. C. Gloster
Shed Phillips
J. C, Boozer .
Unknown .
Dennis Roberts
J. C. Boozer .
R. A. Burford
Unknown
Unknown .
G. C. Mullins
Unknown .
J. E. Holly .
Unknown .
Peter Staggers
Clark Bird
Mclver and MacKay
H. A, Fausett
Lnitnown. . f
V. ClilA'lT,
Tax Collector f Ocala.

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