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OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1917.
VOL. 23, NO. 159.
Teutons Made Slight Gains but Failed to Get
Past First line Trenches
AGAIN DISTIHGUIS THEMSELVES BY A GALLANT AND SPLENDIDLY
One of the most interesting sec-
tions of European fighting is on the
Verdun front where a series of vio violent
lent violent German attacks are taking place.
Whether these are anything more
than demonstrations on a large scafe
it is difficult to ascertain from official
reports. It is apparent, however,
that the German crown prince is de delivering
livering delivering blows in force and making
some impression on the French lines
assailed. The attacks began Thurs Thursday
day Thursday on hill 304. Yesterday a, blow of
apparently great force was directed
at Deadman's hill. In neither case,
reports of the defenders of these posi positions
tions positions show, did the Germans get past
the first line trenches and the French
subsequently regained some of these.
On the British front the Germans
are still being pressed back near the
important industrial center of Lens.
SOON WE'LL HEAR THE STORY
The various units comprising the
American expeditionary force having
arrived at their destination in France,
the censor has released all dispatches
filed during the week descriptive of
the arrival of the different contin
SHIPS STEAMED AT FULL SPEED
A French Port, July 26. -The
American troops were wildly welcom
ed on their arrival here. Whistles
shrieked and the crowds shouted
The Americans had an exciting trip
through the submarine zone and were
frequently warned of the presence of
submarines. s The ships pushed for
ward with the utmost speed. The
men were prepared for any emergen
BRAZIL IS WITH US
Washington, June 30. Brazil's
navy is co-operating with the Ameri American
can American fleet in South American waters,
hunting for raiders and watching for
submarines. Thus Brazil has virtual
ly joined the Uhited States without a
formal declaration of war.
ITALIANS WITHDRAW OUTPOSTS
Rome, June 30. The Italian out outposts
posts outposts have been withdrawn from the
Agnello Pass, owing to Austrian
. bombardment, it is officially announc announced.
ed. announced. They still hold the eastern end
of the pass.
CANADIAN SUCCESS WAS COM COMPLETE
PLETE COMPLETE Canadian Headquarters in France,
June 30. Success unexpectedly great
and complete with casualties far less
'than in some unimportant engage
ments attended the drive of the Can
adians toward Lens. The ground
gained in this drive was greater than
in any section since the capture of
Vimy ridge, and resulted in restoring
to France some of her most produc
tive coal mines. Some troops taking
part in the engagement attacked
three times in twenty-four hours and
then slept in a torrential rain.
FRENCH LOST A BIG SHIP
Paris, June 30. The armored
cruiser Kleber struck a mine off Point
St. Mathieu Wednesday and sunk with
the loss of three officers and thirty
The Kleber was built in 1902 at a
cost of more than three million and a
half. The vessel was 420 feet long
and carried 500 men.
DUMA WONT DISSOLVE
Petrosrrad. June 30. The Russian
duma will not abide by the recent
resolution of the soldiers' and work workmen's
men's workmen's councils, calling for its disso dissolution.
lution. dissolution. The resolution was adopted
at a private meeting of the duma.
PEACE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
Vienna, June 30. The lower house
of the Austrian Reichsrath concluded
a debate on the subject of peace with
out taking a vote. Deputy Hauser, a
Big City Sets th-Example in Con
serving Ameri's Supply of
Meat ai Bread
( Associat Press)
New York, "June 0. An organiza
tion participated bjy 6,1500 restaur restaurants
ants restaurants and hotels in ew York city is
the first step in thetovement to con
serve food in publi eating places.
The restaurateursaf ter a confer
ence witfy Herbert oover, said the
program would be irried 4to every
city after it had be tried out here:
No attempt will be.ade to limit the
number of coursesyut patrons will
be urged to eat sefood in place of
beef and pork and fnbread in place
of wheat bread, le organization
will report the sues of the move movement
ment movement to Mr. Hooveiuly 10th.
NO INJUSTICE D NEUTRALS
In Intended by the dministration in
Laying Embar; on Exports
(Associab Press) V
Washington, Jun30. Many com complications
plications complications have be presented the
cabinet in considng the export
policy. The policyill not be deter determined
mined determined by the presmt until after a
most careful study! all the interna international
tional international aspects.
The administrat: is firm in its
determination to eck the move movement
ment movement of supplied fn European neu
tral countries to Gnany, but is anx anxious
ious anxious that no injust will be done to
Atlanta, June Z Hugh M. Dor-
sey was maugura governor oi
Georgia today at m before a joint
session of both brihes of the state
egislature, succeed; Nat Harris.
SHOD SIGN THEM
The following car are being sent
out by the emerger service com
mittee of the Genei Federation of
Women's Clubs. Th cards are be
ing distributed by thome econom
ics committee of thejala club, Mrs.
B. H. Seymour chaian. They are
not for club membealone, but for
all housekeepers, wlare cordially
invited to aid in the k.. They read
State. .. .Town or Ci. . .Club. .
In view of the pting military
necessity of conservinhe food sup
ply of the nation, I he v pledge my
self to do my bit as ows:
"I will use only the amounts of
food required for adede nourish nourishment.
ment. nourishment. I will endeavor control the
waste in all kinds of mrials in the
household and to live ly. I will
Name ...... Street Aess
TEAM OF MULES It RENT
A good heavy team mules with
driver to rent by the or week.
Apply to Box 374 or Stafiice. 26-7t
Christian socialist, whost had an
audience with Emperonarles, de
clared that the chambe peace as
pirations had powerful apport of
the emperor, who infori him that
they desired peace as sois possible.
. DOESN'T SUIT
Egan Objected to a Danish States
Camden, N. J., June 30. The sup-
erdreadnaught Idaho, another mon
ster battleship, took the water at the
yards of the New York Shipbuilding
Co. today. The Idaho is a sister ship
to the Pennsylvania, and will carry
twelve 14-inch .50-caliber rifles. One
;orpedo can't sink her. Because of
;he war the general public was not
admitted to the launching.
DOUBLED ITS PERSONNEL
SINCE WAR WAS DECLARED
Not More than Twenty-Five Thou
sand Men Needed by
London, June 30. Reliable infor
mation has reached London to the ef effect
fect effect that Dr. Egan, American minister
at Copenhagen, delivered a protest to
the Danish foreign office against the
anti-American utterances of M. Stan Stan-ing,
ing, Stan-ing, a socialist member of the Danish
cabinet at the Stockholm peace conference.
Washington, June 30. The navy
has almost doubled its personnel since
war was declared. It now needs less
than 25,000 men to bring it up to the
authorized strength of 150,000 men.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Ocala, Fla., June 6, 1917.
The board of public instrucion in
and for Marion county met in regular
session on the above date at the regu
lar meeting place with all members
present and acting, as follows: G. S.
Scott, Chairman, A. J. Stephens and
C. R. Veal, members, and Superin
tendent J. H. Brinson, secretary.
The minutes of the meetings held
on May 8 and 9 were read and ap approved
proved approved as read.
Many of the trustees called to fill
out the forms for the itemized esti
mates required by law to be filed
with the board.
The trustees of the Fellowship dis
trict called and discussed the gen
eral condition of their school and dls:
trict and the board agreed to allow
them credit on the expenses for the
coming term of $120 that was due
them last term on the average of the
Knoblock brothers called and asked
for a school to be established In their
neighborhood west of Martin. They
were instructed to present a petition
at the next meeting of the board
signed by all the patrons -and show showing
ing showing the number of pupils of legal age
The board adjourned for noon.
Thursday Afternoon Session
The board met with all present and
Much of the time was taken up
with trustees estimates.
The Shiloh trustees and a number
of citizens called and discussed the
matter of erecting a new school build
tag. It was agreed to have estimates
made ty contractors of the expense
of the building with the hauling of the
lumber and supplies to ha done by
the people of the community and to
decide later upon the building.
In the matter of the Moores Pond
colored school it was agreed to se secure
cure secure a deed to their school site and if
practical have the old white school
building moved on to their lot and
put up in good condition.
Mr. T. K. North, secretary of the
board of trustees at Dunnellon, call
ed and conferred with the board
about teachers for the coming year.
Stephen Brown, supervisor of the
Union colored school, called and dis discussed
cussed discussed with 4he board the time for
opening of their school.
Capt S. R. Pyles called and dis
cussed with the board the matter of
his liability on the bond of John M.
' The board adjourned for the day.
Wednesday Morning Session
The board met with, all present and
Reports from the Commercial Bank
of Ocala as depository of county gen-
Fox. River Butter 48c. per lb., Mon
day, at Whittington's. It
IT WILL TAKE M 0 RE THAN OIIE
TORPEDO TO IK
Railroads Refused Permission
to Raise Rates
THE RED CROSS
ITU OF JULY
Pageant of the Nations Fighting for
the Modern Declaration of
eral school funds, was presented and
hhecked over and found to be appar apparently
ently apparently correct and the same was done
with the report from the Bank of
Dunnellon as depository for special
tax school district funds.
A delegation from the Woman's
club of Ocala called and made re request
quest request that the services of the home
demonstration agent be continued
during the vacation period and that
the agent be paid extra for this time.
A committee from the state home
demonstration agent was presented
and discussed and it was agreed that
Mrs. Moorhead would be endorsed by
the board for reappointment as dem
onstration agent for the coming year
but the board could not see its way
to make and increase q salary or of
expense to the board.
Upon motion of Mr. Veal seconded
by Mr. Stephens the following resolu
tion was adopted: Resolved that the
thanks and appreciation of this board
are due and hereby tendered to each
and all the bondsmen of the late
county treasurer, who have paid their
pro rata of the losses sustained by
the school fund of Marion county and
that a copy of this resolution be sent
to each of said bondsmen.
The secretary and chairman were
instructed to take all warrants that
there were found on hand to redeem
A petition signed by a large num
ber of the patrons of the Shiloh
school was presented asking that Mr.
W. H. Pardee of that community be
put in charge of the building. This
matter was discussed with the trustees.
A request was presented from the
Sparr trustees asking that Mrs. Elva
M. Bassett and Mrs. Grare Grantham
be appointed teachers of their school
for the coming term which was
Notes of $2000 and $6000 were pre
sented as having been taken up from
the Munroe & Chambliss Bank for
money borrowed in February and
A request was presented from a
number of people on the Lake county
line to pay as much as $20 per month
for a teacher's salary at Pittman in
Lake county in order to secure a
teacher there for Marion and Lake
county children with the undersand undersand-ing
ing undersand-ing that Marion county pupils at all
other places would have the privilege
of attending school across the line
without tuition. The arrangement
was agreed to.
A request was presented to open
the Pleasant- Hill school on June 11
but was refused until the first Mo-
day in June upon the ground that the
current school year does not close
until June 30.
It was reported to the board that
Mr. Gillespir, one of the Candler
trustees, had moved from the com community
munity community permanently and it being
recommended that Mr. C. W. Quick
be appointed in his place for the re remainder
mainder remainder of the term, he was ordered
to be commissioned trustee.
Application and recommendation
of Austin H. Baird for teacher of the
Fantville school for the coming term
were presented and accepted.
- Resignation of Mr. D. H. Burry as
trustee of the Orange Lake district
was presented and also recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation for the appointment of Dr. F.
Band concert at 5 p. m. sharp on
the courthouse square followed by the
pageant of the nations :
Country National Hymns
Russia Hymn of Free Russia
Italy Garibaldi Hymn
Great Britain God Save the King
Belguim La Brabanconne
France La Marseillaise
United States Headed by Columbia
and Uncle Sam Star Spangled Ban Banner.
ner. Banner. Immediately after the parade and
singing of the national hymns, Dr.
Bunyan Stephens will offer a prayer
and Mr. L. W. Duval will make a
The pageant and the singing will
be under the direction of Miss Downs.
After Mr. Duval's address the Star
Spangled Banner will be repeated and
the public is requested to join in the
singing, standing with hats off.
You need not worry to go home for
supper. You will be able to get some something
thing something good to eat and at reasonable
prices. Remember that all you pay
will go to the Red Cross and that the
more you eat the stronger will grow
the Red Cross.
ES ADOPTED 8Y THE SENATE WILL PLACE WAR
REVENUE BILL AT A B1LU0E1. SIX HUNDRED AfID
OCALA'S HONOR ROLL
Navy Recruiting Station,
Room 211, Postoffice Building,
Ocala, Fla., June 30, 1917.
The- following named man having
made 'application for tM U. S. navy,
was sent to Atlanta for final exami examination:.
nation:. examination:. Robert L. Robinson, Sanford, hos hospital
pital hospital corps.
Men, enlist now. The navy pay is
better than any other military
branch. The life is healthy, chances
for learning a trade, fast promotion.
You receive a clothing outfit worth
$60 free. Your pay is almost clear at
the end of the month for actual ex expenses
penses expenses are low. Call around and see
the opportunities that are offered
you and then consider. If you have
registered, call just the same as the
navy accepts men who have register registered.
ed. registered. Wm. B. Schlereth,
Commissary Steward, U. S. N.
Washington, June 30. A graduat graduated
ed graduated war excess profits tax upon cor corporations,
porations, corporations, partnerships and individ individuals
uals individuals ranging from 12 to 40 has
been approved by the Senate finance
committee. The tax, it is estimated,
would raise seven hundred and thirty
millions, bringing the total of the rev revenue
enue revenue bill to a billion, six hundred and
fifty-five million. This amount prob
ably will not be reduced.
ANOTHER TEN MILLION FOR
Washington, June 30. The treas
ury today placed another ten million
to the credit of England.
INCREASE WONT BE ALLOWED
Washington, June 29, 8:37 p. m.
The 15 per cent increase in freight
rates applied for by the railroads has
been denied by the Interstate Com Commerce
merce Commerce Commission.
SHUT OFF DISCUSSION
The Interstate Commerce Commis Commission
sion Commission has suspended until October 28,
1917, discussion over the proposed
general increase of freight rates,
which Commissioner McChord dis
sented and Commissioner Meyer dis
sented in part. McChord said the is issue
sue issue is a reality rather than one of
government policy, and that the ques
tion is whether the rates sought are
reasonable for service in transporta
The commission, in announcing its
decision, said: "We are led to the con
clusion that no condition of emergen
cy' exists, as relates to the western
and southern carriers, which would
justify the permitting of a general in
crease of rates. In the eastern dis
trict increases were recently permit
ted on bituminous coal, coke and iron
ore and we think that similar in increases
creases increases should properly be permitted
the southern district on coal, coke and
iron ore, and in the western district
on coal and coke. In the southern dis
trict the proposed increased rates on
coal are on a basis of fifteen per -cent.
These are the tariffs we shall permit
to become effective."
TWO FAST ME
- CAME TOGETHER
Four Men Killed in a Collision on the
- Seaboard Air Line Near
Raleigh,- N. C., June 30. Four
trainmen were killed and va fifth ser seriously
iously seriously if not fatally hurt in a head-on
collision between two fast Seaboard
freight trains near Franklinton, N.
C, early this morning. The dead men
were buried under the debris of the
MASONIC HOME WILL BE
BUILT IN ST. PETERSBURG
P. Walker to fill the unexpired place
which was ordered done.
No further business appearing the
board adjourned to meet in special
session on Monday, June 11, for the
special purpose of considering the
Shiloh school building proposition.
J. H. BRINSON, Secretary.
.. Ocala, Fla., Monday, June 11, 1917.
The board met in special session
with all members present and acting.
Messrs. Whittlngton and Smith
"trustees, were present and Mr. Geo.
MacKay called and discussed plans
for the building and it was agreed
to award the building of the house
to Mclver and MacKay upon the
plana submitted for $1130 for the
building complete as per their est!
mate of cost.
The board adjourned for noon.
The board- met with all members
present and acting.
A naimber o? parties called and
discussed various matters of school
The trustees of the Ocala district
called and discussed general matters
pertaining to the school and made a
request for an additional appropria
tion of $50 per month for salary for
teachers in the high school depart department.
ment. department. No further business appearing the
board adjourned to meet in regular
session on Tuesday, July 3, 1917.
J. H. BRINSON, Secretary.
A special to the Times-Union from
St. Petersburg says: "St. Petersburg
gets the Masonic Widows' and Or Orphans'
phans' Orphans' Home for the state of Florida
to be built by the errand lodere. H. W.
Fuller, general manager of the St.
Petersburg Investment Co., gave a
ite conservatively valued at $10,000.
Citizens of St. Petersburg gave an
additional $5,000 and the local Ma Ma-fsonic
fsonic Ma-fsonic lodge will clear the ground and
urnish perpetual water. The enrand
odge telegraphed acceptance of this
offer and will build a $50,000 home
liere, starting work thi3 summer."
The Boy Scouts will meet in the
lecture room of the public .library
Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. A full
attendance is desired. As many as
are qualified will stand the examina
tion for the Tenderfoot degree. The
boys are to take their first hike some
time during the week. The. day will
be determined at Tuesday night's
meeting. The place well, that will
be "somewhere in Marion county."
AGREE TO CLOSE EARLY
ON THE FOURTH OF JULY
Ocala, Fla., 'June 29, 1917.
We, the undersigned merchants of
Ocala, agree to close ourv places of
business Wednesday, July 4, 1917, at
1 o'clock p. m. until the following
O. K. Teapot Grocery, Rheinauer &
Co., The Weihe Co., Marion Hard
ware Co., Frank's, H. B. Masters Co.,
Clarkson Hardware Co., Theus Bros.,
Mclver & MacKay, Smith Grocery
Co., Knight & Lang, E. T. Helven-
ston, A. E. Burnett, L. T. Izlar Jr.,
H. A. Waterman, W. F. Blesch, Mar
icn Furniture Co., P. H. Perkins, M.
M. Little, McCrorey's, Charles Mac
Lucas, J. E. Allemand, Affleck Mil
linery Parlor, Minnie A. Bostick,
Taylor Printing Co. (all day), Stir
ling M. Hooper, The John Dozier Co.,
The Haycraft Millinery Store.
Men's voices to hel pout with the
isinging for the July 4th pageant. Re
hearsals Monday and Tuesday even
ings at 8 p. m., Woman's Club. Please
notify either Miss Cecile Downs or
J. J. Gerig.
The Ocala House property being
advertised for sale for unpaid taxes
at the city delinqutut. tax sale, which
will take place next Monday, the
: ner of the property, who is a res
ident of Gainesville, applied by attor
ney to Judge Bullock for an injunc
tion against the sale. The reason
given was that the valuation $100,-
000 was excessive. The said valua-
tion was made three years ago, and
the present city government simply
allowed it to stand. Judge Bullock
refused to issue the injunction.
Henry King who played in Graus-
tark with Louise Huff at the Temple
Theater years ago, appears at the
Temple in movies today with Baby
Marie Osborne in "Joy and the Drag Dragon."
on." Dragon." In the story a fisherman finds a
wee youngster lashed on a frail raft
at the mercy of wind and wave, the
sole survivor of a ship that hit a
mine. "My name's Joy," she tells her
rescuers. "Jiama's joy. fapa just
fell in with the fishes and ain't back
yet." When Henry King as Hal im improvises
provises improvises a nightgown for her from a
flour bag marked "guaranteed pure
and whole;" it just about describes
the character of the whole picture. It
is a study in sunshine and wins the
hearts of all.
W. K. Lane, oi. Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
.12 pounds of SUGAR $1, with one
dollar purchase of other groceries for
cash, Saturday and Monday only.
Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. 3t
Twelve-pound bags flour 90c; 24-lb.
bags $1.75, at WTiittington's next
Monday. Phone 97. It
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
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1917
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT 6UNDAY
BITTIXGER & CARROLL PROPRIETORS
R, R. CarroU, General Manager Port V. Learenrood, Boalaeaa Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter
lence when he called on the governor.
Private Secretary Burke says that
Dowling was not at the capitol at all.
The editor of this paper was in the
capitol building practically all the
morning of the day when it is alleged
this took place and heard nothing of
it. Looks like somebody had lied.
It surely does. Who was it?
OCALA PHYSICIAN IN THE ARMY
Editorial Room, Five-One-Y
One year, in advance $5.00 One year, Ln advance Jt.00
ftlx months, in advance z.bO six montn. ln advance 4.Z5
Three months, in advance 1.25 Three months, in advance S.25
'One month, ln advance .50 One month, in advance. ..... .SO
"All American housewives are asked
to can. But what if they can't. And
if they can can what if their husbands
can't eat what they can? Erie Dispatch.
We should worry.
The Ocala board of trade isn't
dead. It's only playing 'possum.
ily which has a member in the army
must bear in mind the number of his Grace
regiment without reference to the
state it comes from. The officers now
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
In "view of the present scarcity of
tin cans, what a pity is it that fruit j training in the reserve will mostly go
'" ? a. J ? Jl
and vegetables can t oe put
Af this time of year, more than
any other, the city authorities should
be vigilant in preserving the purity
of the milk supply.
Dr. Lyman Abbot approves of Billy
Sunday's preaching. He thinks it
just what some people need. There
is a slight tinge of egotism" in Dr. Ab Abbot's
bot's Abbot's .approval.
Brazil has revoked her decree of
neutrality in the war between the
entente allies and Germany, and is
practically an ally of the United
States against Germany.
Until further notice the hour of
into regiments raised in their own morning service at Grace Episcopal
states, but there is no certainty of church will be 10:45, instead of 11
it, so a Florida officer needn't be P clock, as it has been heretofore.
surprised to find himself in a reel
ment from Oregon. .. Methodist
Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
If Emperor William really adjured Preaching 11 a. m., "Jesus Feeding
his soldiers to fight so. as to please! the Multitudes."
"Old Fritz up there in the Elysianj Junior League 4 p. m.
fields," he jumbled both his theology Senior League 6:45 p. m.
and his astronomv. The "Elsvian Preaching 7:45 p. m., "Private and
fields" were not Christian but pagan, Social Worship."
and below the surface of the earth All cordially invited, strangers wel
instead of up in the heavens.
Fritz," (Frederick the Great)
not a Christian, but a disciple of Vol
taire and a deist. Like William, he
If you have money, you will have to
lend or give it. If you don't hand it
out now to help your country win,
you will have to pay it out later in
indemnity to your country's enemies.
, The Shaw, a new United States de destroyer,
stroyer, destroyer, has made a record coast to
coast run, steaming from a Pacific to
an Atlantic port in fourteen and one one-half
half one-half days ;
The state department has notified
the Red Cross to enroll no more citi citizens
zens citizens of enemy parentage or affilia affiliations
tions affiliations following objections by Great
Britain on that sqore.
Hungarians are bitterly opposed to
the proposed customs union between
Austro-Hungary and : Germany. In
case the Germans form their propos proposed
ed proposed "mittel-Europa," only force will
hold it together.
Twenty-one larger British ships
were sunk by mines or submarines
last week, a decrease of six from the
previous week, "and seven smaller ones
were destroyed, an increase of two,
making a net decrease of four.
Attacks by German submarines on
Dutch fishing vessels have resulted in
most of the Dutch fishing fleets being
tide up. This is working hardship on
the Germans, who largely depended
for fish on the catch of the Dutch
J. M. Gross, Pastor.
9:30 Sunday school.
started a war of aggrandizement that J program has been prepared. About
plunged half the world into conflict, fifteen minutes of the Sunday school
He had far more ability than Will- hour will be utilized. The program is
iam with less of his egotism and very interesting and inspiring. Be sure to
little of his hypocrisy. attend. Do your bit.
11:00 Morning worship. Five
If there hadn't been so many, nar- years ago the present pastor was in-
row-minded little whiffles, who stalled. The beginning of another
thought it necessary to rush to the year offers an opportunity for some
rescue of God whenever they suppos-l timely remarks. A large attendance
ed he was beinc insulted or lmnosed lis desired. Topic, "The Masculine
on by another puny mortal, there I Christ and the Masculine Church
wouldn't have been near so much 7:00 B. Y. P. U. Officers for the
suffering in this world. Few human following six months will be installed!
beings are big encugh to comprehend I Final announcements and plans for
the self-evident fact, that God is big attending the Baptist assembly at
Lake City, July 4-12, will be made.
7 :45-r-Evening service.
A hearty welcome extended to all.
enough to take care of himself.
'- So far as we have seen, the Ocala
pastors have hot accepted Herbert C.
Hoover's invitation to preach on food
conservation tomorrow. The nearest
we see to it is Brother Gross' subject,
"Jesus Feeding the Multitudes." If
the present rate of destruction keeps
up there will soon be several multi
tudes that won't' have
Jesus to feed them.
The papers of the state are just
getting around to Senator Fletcher's
very appropriate and truthful saying,
that it was a' distinction and not a
disgrace for a man to be chosen for
the army by the selective draft. The
Star noted and commented on it the
day after he made the speech in the
Senate several weeks ago.
The Tampa Tribune says Bowden
never had any barrel of beer to bet
against a barrel of mullet. If we
ever obtain any evidence 'that Bow Bowden
den Bowden bet an imaginary barrel of beer
against a real barrel of mullet, with
some thirsty west coast fisherman,
we are going to work not only for his
removal in 1919, but his impeach impeach-mert.
The Leesburg Commercial is mak making
ing making a kick about the, A. C. L. cutting
off so many, trains. There is one thing
Editor Leach hasn't thought of, and
is- if there were fewer trains people
would more enjoy going to the sta station
tion station to see them come in." Railroad
trains are as plentiful and common commonplace
place commonplace in Leesburg as street cars in
Superintendent Teague of this di division
vision division of the Seaboard Air Line was
in the city Friday, looking after tht
affairs of his road here. In an inter interview
view interview with a Star reporter, Mr.
Teague said he didn't think it was
likely that the Seaboard, in conse consequence
quence consequence of the war, would lay off any
of the trains running thru Ocala.
There are now three trains each way
a day, and the capacity of all is pret
ty well taxed. Mr. Teague says
thinks the union station will be ready
on time. The contractor has a hurry hurry-up
up hurry-up job and he is likely to put it right
When the national guard goes back
into service, the regiments will lose
their, state designations and will be
known by their numbers. The, num numbers
bers numbers of the national guard regiments
will follow those of the regular army.
The Second Florida Infantry for in instance
stance instance "will be known as, perhaps,
thus: "Seventy-fifth Infantry (Second
Florida)." The number "seventy "seventy-fifth";
fifth"; "seventy-fifth"; is given for example, as the
numbers have probably not yet been
chosen. The numbers of the national
army regiments will follow those of
the national guard and will be given,
for instance, as "the hundred and
fiftieth infantry (Alabama)." The
state names will be given only for
local identification. They will not
appear in the records, so every fam-
Sunday school 9:45 a. m.
Public worship 11 a. m. and 7 :45
p. m. .Preaching by the pastor.
Junior Society, 2:30 p. m.
Mid-week prayer service, Wednes
anybody but day, "'7:45 p. m. Topic, "Missions at
The sacrament of the Lord's Sup-
I ill 1-1 A J i. i
The following n, nf nnesv of er W1U ue seieurawsa morning ser-
nurest rav serene emanates from the vice, July 8, and all persons who de
nen nr tvnewriter of Frnk HnflFaVer. sire connect themselves with the
Well bet some heedless -or- selfish chuIch hef.0T that time wiU please
friend had fust e-iven Huff one of conler with the pastor
Wa fah w 9Wr. The sermon tomorrow morning will
age friend occasionally hands out: be on "God and the Individual," and
m, it. micrTif We hPAn W th. wmorrow evening on "ine oower ana
At anv rates the dark, nnf athomed I tne Seed."
rves nf the Star's files will bear the : The V IS Cordially invited to at
gem on to the future. It says:
True friendship is a holy ; thing
and, like all holy things, subject to
brutal abuse at times. But a true
friend finds his or her reward in be
ing a true friend, than which there
is nothing more uplifting. 'To thine
Editor Star: I am quite a veteran,
one week a soldier and just as satis
fied as possible and better than if I
was at home. My duties are light
and agreeable, health perfect, good
quarters and meals and the most
agreeable comrades I ever had. No
cares, no regrets; everything is new,
hurry, bustle; but no confusion, no
noise. Ihe parade ground is full of
men drilling at regular hours.
We have delightful nnjsic, especial-
y the German band (no national airs
rom the latter. There are 300 Ger
mans here and they are stalwart,
handsome and happy fellows, well fed
and clean. No one is' allow to speak
Last week the Rotarians visited
he park and two prominent men
greeted them from their autos with
wei gates" and were promptly ar
rested and had trouble and delay for
We are a jolly set from all parts
cf the United States and all left a
arge and lucrative practice and most
of them named a zuzu who will gob
ble up the same. We are alike and
ook like, dress alike, no difference;
except some little lettering on the
collar and hat cord. Nobody can
boast of clothes every man is equal,
l. e., in behavior to each other, lhis
hing of eternal saluting is tiresome
and wears one out. Man is not a
man, mere man, a unit, not even a
part of a microbic eon, verily infinite-
y less than nothing.
The reservation is about four acres
and is covered with men, horses,
mules, wagons, some dogs, niggers
and a few pretty women and children
(and I board at the same place with
the latter.) The weather is intense
ly hot with occasional showers, but
that doesn't figure not stopping. The
water is abundant, good and cool. By
accident I saw Watt, Hulbert, Sher
ouse, MacHay and several otners oi
the Florida contingent last night.
They are in regular camp, war foot
ing,and all say they are hardening up
and glad to be here. I want to cross
the water (I don't) but will if order
ed without a murmur.
Yours truly, Joel W. Hood,
First Lieut. M.. R. C.
Base Hospital, Fort Oglethorpe.
tend. John R. Herndon, Pastor.
Rev. Gilbert A. Ottman, Rector)
Holy Communion, every Sunday,
7:30 a. m.
Holy communion, sermon, first Sun-
own self be true and. it must follow I day, 10:45 a. m.
as the nieht the day. thou canst not Morning Jfrayer and sermon, except
then be untrue to any man.' The 1st, Sunday, 10 :45 a. m.
exact wordinir of that sentiment from Evening prayer, sermon, every
the greatest of English poets has Sunday, 7:30 p. m.
escaped us. but the sentiment itself bunday benool, y :4o a. m.
is the best of all to tie to."
All seats free and every one wel
come at all services.
Program Senior Epworth League
First Scripture Lesson; James 3:1-
Scripture Lesson; John
The Plant City Courier pertinently
m t m
says: "The dispoistion oi tne gover governor
nor governor to put out of office men "all over
the state increases daily, and at the
rate he is going the affairs of the
counties will either be bettered or 12.
ruined in the near future. It is not Second
difficult to prefer charges against an 1 14:23-27.
official when some one wants his Responsive Reading, 90th Psalm.
place, but if this sort of thing be- Remarks on Second Scripture Les
comes general the probability is that son by leader, Sam Hickel Jr.
some very inexperienced men will be Song: "How Firm a Foundation.
placed in office.1 The people hold elec- Talk: "Small Habits", Dexter Fhil-
tions to fill the offices, but under lips.
nresent connitions tne win oi tne ma-1 iai& oume xiihiks mai mane
jority counts for naught. It is a con condition
dition condition that does not look well for the
future, though it is hoped that the
whole program will result in general
good. While we some times disagree
Piano Solo: Floyd Coleman.
Talk: "Words", Dr. A. L. Izlar.
Piano Solo: Miss Gladys Farris.
Election of Captains for Member-
with others in their acts, welfare of I ship Campaign.
the state demands first attention, and
compels us to hope for the best."
When Governor Catts removed
Sheriff Dowling of Duval county,
there was a scarehead story in the pa
pers to the effect that Dowling had
been threatened with personal vio-
Calling of roll and giving out of
Epworth League pins.
League Benediction: ."So teach us
to number our days that we may ap
ply our hearts unto wisdom."
No Use Wearing
A Shiny Palm Beach Suit
at. 4 I
-r. We clean and press them with
out the use of smoothing irons.
Let us send for yours.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Just Phone 101
Christian Science Society of Ocala
Sunday service 11 a. m.
Sunday school 10 a. m.
t Free reading room and library open
on Tuesdays and Fridays from 3 to 5
TEAM OF MULES FOR RENT
A good heavy team of mules with
driver to rent by the day or week
Apply to Box 374 or Star office. 26-7t
Why a "Bank."
A bank is so called because the bench
or low table upon which money was
changed long ago was everywhere
known as a "bank," the German word
of bench. The French spelled it
"banque;" the Italians softened it to
"banca ;" the English left It unchanged.
When a man who ran a "bank" or
bench : for i changing, money could not
meet his ; business obligations, his
bench or "bank" was broken or rup
tured, and he became known as a
; Fish Story.
There was a fish dinner, and Henri
etta, aged five, was doing considerable
grumbling about a couple of bones
that, despite her mother's caution,
were In her portion. Edith, aged six,
listened to 'Henrietta for some time
without comment. Then, suddenly,
she burst out,- patience having appar
ently reached its limit: "For goodness'
sake, Henrietta, .don't fuss sol God
put 'em there!"
A novel substance known as "vul
canized fiber" has a surface much like
horn. This material has many uses
It has proved Itself a good insulator,
Is pliable, can be sawed, bent or
punched. Various" electrical appll
ances are now made from this mate material,
rial, material, which comes from the manufac manufacturer
turer manufacturer in the form of tubes, rods and
Grandmother's Nice Rug.
Little John visited grandmother for
a week. While there one of his great
joys was to play on a certain little
rug which was a wildcat skin. The day
after his return home he ran Into the
house demanding bread and butter.
"And be sure," he said, "to give me a
piece of bread that's as soft as the
wildcat skin at g'ama's."
; Their Lonesome Look.
Having a large family, the dining
room table was a long one. A short
time ago the parents were alone for a
few weeks, so all the leaves were taken
from the table. A little boy from next
door came in one day at dinner time
and, seeing the small table, said : "My,
but you look lonesome up so close to
Cruel and Unusual.
Carle was trying to convince his lit
tle brother of something which was
not In accordance with his own views.
He argued for several minutes, when
little brother ran to their mother, ex
claiming: "Mamma, Carle just keeps
argating and argating with me."
Do You Want a
A Good Seven Room House for
Payments only $10 per month. See
Room 5 Holder Block. Ocala, Fla.
Office Boy "De boss kin see no call
ers dls mornln." Insistent Visitor
"Say, m give you a quarter to take
this card in to him." Office Boy
"Aw, shucks! He gives me bigger
wages for not doin' it" Boston
Looking for a Scapegoat
Jones ''And have they fixed the
blame on any special person for that
last railroad smash?" Brown "Why,
the railroad officials are trying to fix
the blame on James Watt for first dis
covering the motive power of steam.'
"Big" brother is reasonably good
about defending little sister, but the
real serious trouble comes when "big
sister sees someone imposing on little
brother. Fort Worth Star-Telceram.
CAHTAL and SURPLU!
We. slicit new business with a view
of maing it mutually profitable.
IB. Mailtos (CflDo
. SiimmeF Desert
Should be Light and Refreslng and Easy to make.
All of these Requirements as Met in
We have it in ?
Strawberry, Raspberry, Cherry j)range, Lemon and Vanilla
Knox's and Cooler's Gelatines
Are also Very Popular-we" have these too-
, i ; ' ..
Ice Cream Jel-o Powders
Add much to the flavor and easpf making the most popular
. Summer Deserf-Ice Cream
We are making especially attrac
tive prices en all the x rimmed Hats
in our store. It will be to your inter
est and advantage to .come now and
see our offerings.
27-4t HAYCRAFT MILLINERY.
A. C. L. SCHEDULE
Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters
burg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson
ville, 2:25 a. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny-
Jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St Petersburg to Jackson
ville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:05
No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
9:05 p. m.
No. A Leaves Tampa 9 a. m.; Ocala
1 p. m. Arrivei Jacksonville, 5:10 pjn.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny
Jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 9:P0 p. m.
Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drugstore in Ocala
employing morethan one registered
Lovers oi Cheese
Here You Are
C!V TLT TEAPOT
PHONES 16 174
'M 1 TOMIST FAME!
From Jacksonville to
New York anceturn. .$38.00
Baltimore and-eturn . $33.90
Philadelphia a return. $36.00
Washington ai 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 tickelto all Eastern resorts, with return limit October
31, 1917, withrivilege of stopovers at principal points. Sailings
from Jacksonvi via Savannah to Baltimore Wednesday and Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. To Philalphia, Thursday.
Steamships Sunnee and Somerset have staterooms de luxe with
baths, also shor rooms, hot a and cold, fresh and salt. Runnig
water in all nns. Wireless telegraph on all ships. Accommoda Accommodations
tions Accommodations unsurpatd. Reservations, fare or any information cheerful cheerfully
ly cheerfully furnished orpplication.
MERCHANTS MINERS TRANSPQRTATIOfl COHY
H. C. Avery Ant.
J. F. WARD, T. P. A
L. D. JONES, C. A.
We flavelhe Equipment and Ability
To serve you you ought to be servied, and when you are not let us
ask you again, to us know, for thi is the only way we can accomplish
Of course, scrimes, little things go wrong, but they are not inten intentional,
tional, intentional, and, if youll call us up, they will be corrected IMMEDIATELY.
Ocalalee & PacMnQ;rCo-
r4 T F T
Tickets one July 6, 7 and 8. Final limit to return July 20th.
AND ART) RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
tfy Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare Includes Meals and Stateroom Berth
Tickets Now cm Sale. Good on Any Ship.
inal Return Limit October 31st.
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. GVEFJZEL, Florida Passenger Agent
7 East Bay Street,' Jacksonville, Florida.
Red the Star Want Ads It pf
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 191?
CAPITAL STOCK $50,900.00.
State, County and City Depository
MID-SUMMER PRICE REDUCTION
! N ERY
IT is our custom to make a handsome reduction on the price of Mil Millinery
linery Millinery at some time during the summer mpnths, and with our
exceptionally attractive line at this time we know that'you will
be pleased with the offerings we can show you. The $12 Hats will
be sold for $8.00; $8.00 Hats for $5.00; $5.00 Hats for $3.00, and pro proportionately
portionately proportionately low figures will prevail on every oneJ Our prices on Rib Ribbons
bons Ribbons and Trimmings are already so low that werdo not feel called up upon
on upon to further reduce the prices on these lines, which are complete
with any Hem you may suggest. I
The reduced prices on Millinery will prevail -until further not
Yours f of Millinery,
Affleck Millinery Par lor
South Side Ocala House Block
Opposite Gerig's Drug Store
lis now a universally acknowledged necessity. "So K siness man is
prepared to meet the daily affairs of his business if, he is not pro-?
We represent not only the best fire insurance companies,, but
also th'e highest class INDEMNITY AND BONDKG concerns in
the world. Talk is over with us.
D. W. DAVIS, tiSAPSl OC&A, FLA.
Wr99WWrWWW WW WW WW WWW WW
We have Three Ford Touring Cars for sale
A 1915 MODEL FINE SHAPE ;
A 1916 MODEL FIRST CLASS HAPE
A 1916 MODEL EXCELLENT S3APE
The latter -car is just as good in every respect is when it came
from the factory. All are fully equipped and ire wide treads.
HURRY HURRY JFor You Can't Get a New brd Now, and this
is your" only chance. ;
Tie laiwdl fipicy
- ,' V'.. z- I .;:''
?Arlj f.Xbfr A N
SURROUND YOURSELF AND THOSE YOU LOT WITH LUX LUXURIOUS
URIOUS LUXURIOUS TOILET NECESSITIES. THEY MAKE IFE WORTH
WE HAVE A SUPERB LINE OF TOILET RETIREMENTS
AND USEFUL ARTICLES OF JEWELRY.
WHEN DESIRING PRESENTS FOR-OTHERS, t ARTICLES
FOR YOUR OWN USE, SEE WHAT WE HAVE TOFFER YOU.
WHEN IT COMES FROM US IT IS RIGHT.
WE MAKE QUALITY RIGHT- THEN THE PRI RIGHT.
A. E. BURNETT
The Reliable Jeweler i
OfJALA SOIL IIS
If Yon Have Any News for this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Two-One-Fire
or Fire-One Y
Somebody's grandmother has be bequeathed
queathed bequeathed to her descendants these ad admirable
mirable admirable rules of conduct. One is: Al Always
ways Always look at the person to whom you
speak. When addressed, look straight
at the person who speaks to you. Do
not forget this. Another is: Speak
your words plainly; do not mutter or
mumble. If words are worth saying,
they are worth pronouncing distinct distinctly
ly distinctly and clearly. A third is: Do not say
disagreeable things. If you have
nothing pleasant to say, keep silent.
A fourth is and, oh, girls, remember
it all your lives! think three times
before y'ou speak once. Selected.
Little Miss Hocker Entertains
Little Miss Lucretia Hocker is en
tertaining about thirty little friends
very informally this afternoon at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
William Hocker on Oklawaha avenue.
If the weather permits, games will
be played on the lawn and tennis
court, and otherwise in the house.
The little hostess will serve ice cream
and cake. She will be assisted in en
tertaining Jjer guests by her mother
and aunt, Mrs. Hocker and Mrs. L.
W. Duval, and by Misses Sara DeHon
and Margaret Hocker.
Among those invited were Misses
Mary Roess, Martha Preer, Lucille
Home, Mamie Sue Spencer, Marguer Marguerite
ite Marguerite Sexton, Anita Chazal, Elizabeth
Murray, Fanita Cobb,'Frances Gary,
Frances Clark, Edith Killebrew, Ba-
bette Peyser, Marguerite Counts,
Mary Christine Cassels, Anna Hutch- j country place north of the city.
going especially to help Dr. Howard
celebrate his 88th birthday July 12.
They will leave their car in Illinois
and return on the Merchants & Min Miners
ers Miners Line by way of Washington and
Baltimore in about a month.
inson of Gainesville, Annie Adelaide
Duval, Maurine Gober, Dalzelle Pas Pasteur,
teur, Pasteur, Masters Martin Roess, H. M.
Hampton Jr., Harry Dozier, Clifford
Bullock, Howard Hunter and McClure
Red Crosa-Fancy Work Bags
Members of the inspection com
mittee of the Red Cross are busily
engaged in making the most attrac-
The home of Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
Chambliss was the scene of a quiet
but beautiful wedding Monday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 4:30, when the la tier's sister,
Miss Lottie Chambers, was united in
matrimony with Mr. Lawton L.
Smith of Ocala.
The living room was simply and
tastefully adorned with long trailing
ivy vines in an artistic arrangement
on the curtains,' and the mantel was
arranged into an improvised altar be before
fore before which the happy couple took
their vows. Banks of white roses and
draperies of ivy made the effect very
charming, with masses of ivy cover covering
ing covering the fireplace.
Rev. A. M. Bennett, pastor of the
Baptist church, waited here and at
the appointed time Miss Edith Rad Radford
ford Radford began the Bridal Chorus by
Lohengrin. A short and beautiful
ceremony made the happy couple man
and wife, after which congratulations
were tendered by the immediate fam family
ily family and the few intimate friends who
witnessed this beautiful event.
The bride was attired in a hand handsome
some handsome going away suit of navy blue
taffeta, with accessories to match,'
and always a beautiful girl, was rad
iant and charming on this occasion.
The bridegroom wore conventional
black, and the couple boarded the
afternoon Seaboard for their home in
Ocala, where Mr. Smith has the beau beautiful
tiful beautiful little home nest all prepared to
receive his bride.
Mrs. Smith is the beautiful and
charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
L. M. Chambers, who reside at their
SUPERIOR BANKING FACILITIES
Every modern facility for the most satisfaction transaction of business
is presented by us.
Absolute Safety Perfect Convenience Prompt Service are afiorded
you by this Bank thus demonstrating the superior advantages reasonably
within the reach of all business men and women. Your account is invited.
Capital and Surplus $90,000.00
Tie Ocala MaiDia!
young man of such sterling worth
that his qualities carry with them his
future successful career. Lake City
is also the sister of Mrs. W. O. Cham-
bliss of this city and is "one of the
most beloved of our Lake City girls,
endowed with a disposition of unusu unusual
al unusual sweetness and possessed of most
winsome ways. Mrs. Smith holds the
hearts of all who have the good for
tune to come in contact with her. She
Pleasant Event in a Tennessee Home
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Embrey enter entertained
tained entertained Tuesday evening from 8 to 10
at their beautiful country home with
an attractively arranged reception in
honor of Miss Georgia Taylor and Mr.
L. C. Parks whose wedding takes place
June 14th. In the receiving line with
Mr. and Mrs. Embrey were Miss Geor
gia Taylor, Mr. Parks, Mrs. Roy Har
bison, Misses Annis Joyce, Rena Lynn
Walker and Ora Chattin.
The lawn and galleries were deco decorated
rated decorated with bunting and flags, and
lighted with Japanese lanterns and all
during the evening delicious frappe
was dispensed by Misses Virginia
Brown, Grace Estill, Dora Simmons
land Katherine McGill.
The reception rooms were effective
ly decorated with ferns, vines and a
profusion of swt peas in the tones
of red, white and blue.
A delicious salad course was serv
ed in the dining room. About a hun
dred and fifty guests enjoyed the oc
casion. Winchester, Tenn., Times
THIS IS THE MARK
You want to see made by your at attorney
torney attorney on your abstracts Tf title,
and this is the mark that we guar guarantee
antee guarantee he will make on records made
by us, After we have searched tho
records and made you an abstract it i
is correct and absolutely to be de depended
pended depended upon. If you are contem contemplating
plating contemplating a real estate deal let us
Berve you. Our facilities are unsurpassed.
at :r .'i.'-?
FLORIDA TITLE & ABSTRACT CORP.
Mrs. Fmbrev was fnrmerlv Miss
is only 17, attractive, beautiful, good, p g sister of Migg Helen
i i i n..' ;i i
many irienas m mis cny iht ,-Wmino. pWpt asS;s.
and her many friends in this
follow her with their best wishes that
tive Red Cross bags which they will her future may contain all that means
sell at the Red Cross room on the aft- happiness and success, and congratu congratu-ernoon
ernoon congratu-ernoon of July 4th for the benefit of lateMr. Smith upon the prize he has
the Red Cross. These bags are quite won.
large and are made of strong white Mr. Smith is the son of Mr. and
linen with red crosses on each side, Mrs. C. W. Smith of Ocala and is a
with a drawstring, and will be sold
for 25 cents each. A number of these
bags have already been sold in the
neighborhoods of the ladies who are
making them. They are large enough
to hold knitting or pajamas and will
be most useful to carry Red Cross
work to and from the rooms.
St. Margaret's Guild
There will be no more meetings of
St. Margaret's Guild of Gace Episco
pal church until next fall. The guild
has been disbanded one month earlier
than usual this year that the mem
bers may devote all their time to Red
Cross work. Each member of the
guild and also of the church is asked
to make one article during the sum summer
mer summer to be sold at the bazaar to be
given by the guild next fall.
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ik writing 5DD0I11LE3
A JAX Tires fulfill their guar guar-JT
JT guar-JT antee in writing 5000 Mijes
or better. Your Ajax Tire
is a tire of record registered in
your name at the home office.
Ajax offers in service the most
of the best for the least under
guaranteed protection. Ajax your
car and defy the miles.
McIVER & MACK AY
Miss Marian Dewey left at noon to today
day today for a. three, months' visit to her
brother, Mr. Welsh Dewey in Erie
Pa., and to relatives in Scranton and
Buffalo. She will be met in Baltimore
by her uncle, Mr. J. A. Stern of Erie.
Mrs. E. G. Peek will entertain the
embroidery circle of the Presbyterian
church at her home next Monday aft afternoon.
Dr. J. M. Gross returned yesterday
afternoon from a short motor trip to
St. Petersburg. Mrs. Gross will re
main there for several weeks longer.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lloyd are
spending the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Camp at the lake.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gary and chil
dren expect to leave in their car
Tuesday for Belleview, where they
will spend the fourth. From there
hey will go to Daytona for several
days and then down the East Coast
or a couple of weeks.
Mr. Richard L. Malone returned
home yesterday from a several days
visit to friends and relatives in St.
Mr. B. Feinbere has returned to
Lake Butler after a brief visit here.
Mrs. N. E. Carter of Ocala spent a i
day with Miss Fannie Ives and Mrs.
K. V. Crowley, enroute to visit rela
tives near New Orleans, La. Lake
Mrs. Jennie Vann has returned to BUFFALO
1 1 Tt .11. lax
ner uome in jjunneuuu anci a. . i n ni rv
days' visit to Mrs. Lang Goodyear. AlLArilluOIII
Mrs. James Taylor came up from
the lake this morning and spent the ijniUnCDCnMlll I C
in tiwn with frimHs. H t N U t H Oil N V I L L C
tant in the city clerk's office.
The Star regrets to learn of a pain
ful accident. that happened Thursday
to Mrs. B. H. Norris. While going
down stairs, she tripped and fell,
breaking her arm. She is doing very
well today, however, wearing the in
jured member in a sling and insisting
being up and around the house,
performing as many duties as she can.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss left
yesterday for a week-end visit to
friends in Plant City.
Mr. John Martin, a prominent bus
iness man irom ucaia, witn large
turpentine interests, was a week-end
visitor at the home of his brother-in-
law, Mr. J. W. Williamson. He was
accompanied by his daughter and son,
Miss Sarah Pearl and W. M. Martin,
and also his niece, Miss Eugenia Ful
ler. DeLand News.
Mrs. W. W. Stripling and daughter,
who have been visiting at the C H.
Campbell home on East New York
avenue, returned to their home in
Ocala Monday afternoon. Mr. Strip
ling spent a few days in DeLand, re
turning with them in C. H. Camp
bell's auto. DeLand News.
Motoring from Jacksonville the
latter part of the week were Messrs.
George Howard, L. C. LaMee, Brad-I
ley James and L. Dow. On their re
turn Sunday they were accompanied
to Daytona by Mr. Cullen Talton and
Misses Irene Campbell. Martha and
Florence Gregory and Ellen Strip Stripling.
ling. Stripling. DeLand News.
Miss Ruby Gissendaner of Ocala is
the attractive guest of Mrs. Jerre
Crook for a couple of weeks. Bartow
in the Heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $6.00.
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. K A VAN AUGH
V -J 7
WHITE STAR LINE
V El" I J
'JL I t J j
TT"1 TT TTTS T
'fl TT TT
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.
)n Sale Daily May 15 to October 15.
Return Limit October 31
Miss Ruth Robertson of Ocala is in
the city for a couple of weeks visit
with her sister, Mrs. Marvin Watts.
Miss Robertson has been in Ocala for
the past three seasons as trimmer for J estjmates
a millinery store ana is maKing gooa i too sman
in her profession. Bartow Record.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tyler, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Cornell and son left
Wednesday for Ocala, Gainesville and
Silver Springs and other points for a
few days vacation and visit to rela
tives. Lakeland Telegram.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Carlisle of Jack
sonville, were pleasant guests of his
brother, Mr. J. B. Carlisle and family
Wednesday. They are vistiing rela
tives here and at Ocala before leav
ing for Carlisle, Pa., where they will
When you have plumbing or elec
trical contracting, let us furnish you
No job too large and none
tf H. W. Tucker.
ing lor wms, xu., wucic I i x ala-eti
4-2.55 m their futUre home- Dunnellon Coach Varnish and one coat will make
Aavocate. I your iaded auiomoDiie or. carriage
. look like new. They are easy to ap-
. -m ply and dry with a strong, high gloss-
Miss Mary Cassels, daughter of F1 fiih Made for
ZZ.OU Prof.- w- H- sels of ucaia, arnvea wear and tea.
DAVIS' CARRIAGE PAINTS
Stroud ex- CHICAGO
peci lo leave wmguk iur InCTROIT
Springs, where they will spend the J LP "Ul I
next ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. William
pect to leave tonight
in the city yesterday to visit her lit-1
47.80 e friend, Miss Virginia McCraw.
For Sale By
MARION HARDWARE CO.,
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Howard and BOSTON, MASS. $46.20
air- iviarsnaii uouvier exoecfc hj
leave early tomorrow morning over
the Dixie Highway for Champagne,
illinois. Mr. Boavier, who is a splen
did driver, will "drive the car and will
be their guest" at the home" of Dr.
Date of sale July 5, 6 and 7.
limit July 20, 1917.
iiiiavti inn TJTTflvTT I'M
rnu Hi x.tj Her.
CITY TICKET OFFICE
Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss of
Ocala, are expected in the city tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow and will remain a couple of days.
Thev come to attend the services in
Final the new Primitive Baptist church, and
while here will be guests of Dr. and
Mrs. W. J. Holton. Plant City Cour-1
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the moiicy than any other
Mosquitoes Love Lovers
and Spoil Romances
Lor' yoxsnz dream often b
Interrupted by th buzzing, bit bit-ir.j:
ir.j: bit-ir.j: littic nulsancea.
Even Borneo might htrm ns4
wear-words had nosqtiitoM
- swarmed in the balcony acene.
Wlae yonmr folk paaa tha
evening boars tosrether without
the visit-diacourjLKinf whine and
ting of znosqnitoea.
"Sleep Insurance" Drfes
Sprinkle a few drops of it
around the porch and b fraa
from pests for the evening.
Doesn't stain at all you can
put it even on delicate fabrics.
The odor is not offensive except
to the insect tribe,
Fifteen cents buys a good
sized bottle that will last a long
while. All druzgusts sell "Sleep
Insurance." Yours can est it.
Sleep Insurance Co., Mfgrs.
UNDERTAKERS and EHDAUIEES
PHONES 47. 104, S03
Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Howard are
JOHN BOISSEAU, C P. & T. A.
(Continued on Last Page)
contractor in the city.
PAGE FOUR .V
OCALA" EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, -JUNE ,30, 1917-
Mr., Earl Hall spent
with friends in Palatka.
Messrs. R. S.y llalLand J. H. Spen Spencer
cer Spencer were Ffeidajf yisitors tO iTampa.
The largest line of bathing caps in
the j'jcitygir shades, shapes and col colors.
ors. colors. The Court Pharmacy. 15-tf
The Lord tempers fcthe wind to -the
shorn Iamb, and when thegils are
with the fellow whom- they suspect
hasn't'' much money they pretend to
like ice cream. inconefe.apD. cents bet better
ter better than in saucers at 10. ."
V Kingan's Reliable Hams 30 cents a
pound? Mondaa tnvhiltington's; It I
. 12 pounds f ;SUGaV Jlwith :bnl
dollar purchase "of Mother groceries for
. . . . . -i
cash,- Saturday, and Monday only;
Smith Grocery Co." Phone ,434;v 3t
Weil., thanks coodhess," restaurant
coffee costs, no "more to the cup..
(White -Bacon 27c.' per (lb.,4 Monday.
Phone 97. Whittington's, ,v
The largest; line" of bathing capsin
tlje city -alk shades, shapes and col
ors. Tfoi Court Pharmacy.
CharKe Gano of Cobum's minstrels
writes Letter ;Lucas that he is busy
mapping out a 'fine arid" funhprb
gram' forthe next season. Good ?fSr
Charlie. The world. needs all the. fun
it pan- rihtain. - ---.. .JC
Special for Monday at Whitting-
ton's, Compound Lard 20c. per pound
Phone 97:i '-V ; It
i f .f-
. : Evaporated Peaches il4c.er lb.;
next Monday at" Whittihjrton's.' It"
i Let us ntyour ca'r up) with r the j
atetnone better. Blalock Bros., 107
prunes (40tto 50) 17c per lb., Mon
day aUWKittuigton's Phoney 97. It
YOUjUAVE.) TRIED THE.(REST-
t It 4s;the.b.efroni" wery angleTyou
consider it ITS FINISH is glossy
arid lasts :leheest-because it cohins
' no: adulterated olfi ITS ?Dufe ABILI-1
x asbureu oecause xne is rure.
aiiu uieyareiBcjenuncaiiy Daiancea
f or i'erjice. ITvIS h&9T EGON0Mi EGON0Mi-CAL
CAL EGON0Mi-CAL because a "can of r.2-4-1 is all
. PaiKfPriceand your : Linseed Oil at
vju fe, ijiereuy saving, irom,'. oy
cents 10 ou cents per gallon, accora
ing tothe' price of Linseed :OilVC :
1 -.i For Sale By ;
THE MARIQN HARDWARE CO.,
i V:'"'-'oicala, :Fla.'r i
5 Opposite; pbstonice,iJipt and, Cold
.vyater; elevator; telepnnesj rates
rooms, without bath? $t; two per-
pons. same room, x.ou: witn Darn
Wj -JONES, Mgr.
7, ThisISiwce Reseved v : :
V.V. vf for r .' '-
?-" 4'-"- V
l I 1 v.-:.;ei i i
-v fi-cm JLreo Yeses' Suffering' Sayi
V Texs CM. Texlii "aa'lhferesting
'sitecient, Mrs. Q. H. Schill, of this town
' ays: 'Tor tkree years l suffered untold
. agony iwjth 'tnjr headA I :?wa?unab!e to
do any of my ork.-- "--
I int wacted tqsleep allthe time, for
. that WSS the, oify easecbjuldet, when
I :was asleep; Jpime a nervous wreck
" Jiist from the:awfdl suffering with-my
would mike me jump -ca:ti.ci cmy bed. I
had nsJ-energy, and wasuniblettLdo
apything. My son, a young 'by,:iiad;tq
- ,do all ny household duties. :
, j I was-.not"aule to do anything until I
took Cardui.toolc three bottles in ail,
ahd,it"sureTy cureH'm of those awful
: Jieadaches- Xhathss iiaen tliree years
' 2gor.d:iri5rmaner,t, 2gor.d:iri5rmaner,t,-or
or 2gor.d:iri5rmaner,t,-or 1 :liave Y"rhad any he4c2 C'S
:r- iaWndmrV-'-'.'... '''"srt
' r Nothing K1:ttrntil'ltOolrCardnr.
It did wondrafdtK?. '.- -m
.. Try Cardiii xJpz .. youtp0cfes--inade.
( from medicinal ingfdieats recommen6d recommen6d-ih
ih recommen6d-ih medical books as being. tsf'benefitin
female troubles, and 40, years of, ujehas J
. ... . t -rt. n ; : J-1
- crcven that tne dooks sic ns4-.
' king Cardui today.
BIG DAY AT BELLEVIEW
Farmers Will Get Together in ;that
Pleasant Town "n itb
You are invited to
Get-Together Meeting" atBelleview
on July 4th,1917. This is the nrstroi
a series, of meeting s-jto" be(hel8 -jouit-
y by the Marion Gounty Agricultural
Committee, on the? board of county
commissioners, une win De neia in
each ommissionerp-district to r acr-
quaint,tne aarmers oi me couniy
v&at the commissioners "arid the agri
cultural committee are trying to 4 do
to help- tne, iarmmg interests ox;. ine
A regular meeting ofthe committee
will be, held at 10 o'clock in which all
armers especially those of 'the tmrd
aisxncu are urgeui w u prcociiw.
iTxIf-i. M J 1
r Speakej ;wiH be present from f the
University of Florida and talk's will
he mftpepon-sabjects -in -which all
are r interested, i Come to Belleview
July 4th, and take an active part.
A, Dig Daroecue is ueing prepareu
by the citizens fef-Belleview?: Bring
your family and a basket. v. '"'
K. W. Blacklock,
Marion'- County Agent:
' w IB
OUR : MODEST ENEMY
T "V. '.
In .the-east window ofthe. Star's
business office.is a mapr.showjng how
much of the world, un addition to
their "place in5thesun," the Germans
desire:tb conquer or coritrdlLook at
it and see how you like it.
?. The'stof e- clerksare-sadrbecause-it
rains ievery "iThursday afternoon. ..".
a? Nekt-Monda youcambuy; aboxi of
Kingan's5-. Reliable" Bacbn for 48c.1at
WhittingtpA's grocery. Phone 97vlt
Buy your drugs from the Eexall
store it is always uie( best : drug
The Rifles had agepd? dfrll Thurs
day' night. Most of the "awkward
quad" was out and: did welL Cap-
tain Drake says he is going to give
it. v.i. 1 x At. l'xi-.
One .dozen iquartars at'. Whitting-
ton's -MoBdayV: for 85c,Vsr y It
laijd jva s in town' todayj from Taiapa
visitinglris, folks and shaking hands
with his:f riehds. "Wilbgr has ;lot$ of.
friends in Ocala and Lthejr are proud
of tt. masher in vwhieh hefniakes?his
Mr.Han..WWttigt6n. jvfco re"-.
street and moved his own stock from
the southeastern part of the city to
his tnew, location-usdaily increasipg
JbtoStS bus! hess, .witht'jo w,' $ricesv and
-grocery? trade he is "it"'f$'" .'v
; Breakfasts Ba6on- 30c; sliced 35c.
Monday -'only at l, Whittington's. it
'y 1 v" ,v -
; "Then,";Jsaid the.ypung maftiwith ,a
ragic air, as hewas leaving the room
' "It is, Mr.' Carrots," replied the
youtig. girl firmly H j. ;
''f hen'i he replied, his vvoice; be betraying
traying betraying an unnatural Calmness, 'there
is;but one ihing?more to add.'f
"Yesl n 3he questioned sweetly v;.
- "It'is' this shall I return v those
whte satin suspenders by& mail, or
will you have them fnbw ? '.'-r-Harper's
WANTED, LOST, FOUim r FOB
; SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-?
? SIM-? J r ILAK XOCALVNEEDS1
SALE SE N .ATTENTIONFast
selling- side"jjn pcjaltyf or safes-
men covering merchandise, or drug
ui,T-;; ooa? repeater; lineraicom lineraicom-riiSion?
riiSion? lineraicom-riiSion? RVgal Manufacturing CoJ
jiojuCjty, la. -- 30-lt
ly sHS: WeVson, corner 8th' and
prangevAve.," Monday, or Tuesday. 3t
FOR SALE Fine f;Jersey imilkiiow
ivxrs.rjt. w esson,t.-: ycH3UU3t
WANTED Information 1 as 4o wheire
a copy'of ragedies,ofr,'Oakhurst"
can be hadAdSressHif HC.,'' care
Stor,:-:-4-y t 7-" :;303t
POTATO VINES iFOR : SALE 200,-
000 pure Porto Ricas;tf or immediate
delivery;'1' f?,per thoii?iAddress
,box 43, or Berry Carter- Ocalar, 29-6t
FOR RENT Furnished house with
all modeVn conveniences.n North
Sanchez str get. 2 Can give immediate
poseession. Apply at Carter's Bak
ery, or phone 360. 15-tf.
FOR SALE 40-acre
dwelling house and barn, good well;
20- acres- in cultivation. Cheap for
cash. Write or see C7 R. Murphy, Oak,
Fla, "--jT.xy. -2.2t
LOST--Red leather .card ;case, con-
taming cawi oi j. w. urospyJr. and
$libill. f: Return to Star office.' '28-3t
rugsf thau's, etc.;1 cheap1 for cah.;Api
ply" to Mrs.'T?'J. KiTlebrew, or", phone
333 or 407.-- 2?-3t
vcm-iy 4 uuugia-i Lifij Kxvsy-- jcsuioiisi
ment; of -J ft;?y tute '.ongouui :rM
FOR 'SALE Household, furniture, Jn Jn-eluding
eluding Jn-eluding piano. qresserTs, gas ;stoye,
..CContinued from Third 2&ee,
; i ' Red T Cross "News ;
Mrs. H, Ci Baxter tobk'inffonr.'dol-l
lars at Red CrossJ headquarters yes
terday afternoon and the following
memJbers:Mrs.' D. N.- Mathews, Mrs.
Ji' W. Gates and : Wilbur Cleveland.
e Misses Margaret Jackson and Rose
bud Robinson' took : in $5.50ithis-"mprn-ing
and the following members:-Mrs.
E. Li Howell, Miss Pauline Fishel,
ames Pyles and 'Dan Barco. -1
The Red Cross is indebted 'to Mrs.
W. V. Newsom Sr. for a. handsome
crocheted -centerpiece.' It'- will r be
raffled "-6ft at an early daterjat the
CourtiPharmac'y where chances vare
qnsa1eiaip...cents each. j'
The rest room committee of the Wo-
man'-s. Clubrf has been maldng some
improvements on the rest roomL and is
preparing to maite more. a otar re
porter visited that useful institution
this morning and found it very neat
and comfortable. Several ladies from
the country were Vvaiiingithejnselves
bf it. ThebiEairy rWmwith! its
fc6mfortaKle"chairs',.for'- older I folks,
other conveniences" for those who .want
to eat their lunches, is very welcome
to our country cousins. jOnei thing
heeded isa big electric fan, and we
understand that" one wiH soon : be put
in.? Therest 'room is on the corner
of SSuthi MagntJlia street ) and Fort
Kin 'avenue opposite ATompMns'; sta
bled The Woman's C4ub wafcts;all'the
women' from theSccuintry s to know;
wheYe it is ad!avail themselves-of it.
i Cott6n Plant. June29 Mrs. John
G idderts and i children of Kathleen,
were perid the day; guests of tMrs.
L. A. Tucker at Martel last satur
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Matta of -Le-roy-
are rejoicing over therrial.'of a
U Messrs. V; Will XVeal 1 and : : Arthur
Woodward left TMQrsday morning lor
ar fishing trip down the Withlacoochee
.Mrs." W. M. .Barco And JittleC daugh-
wers are in vuiiauiiD iiumio.
J.C. Smith ahd family. "' v
Aifss Caw:ie?BarcoJ Mc. fWilHVeal,
Mrs. Woodward, and Mrs. -W. M.
Bareo motored, to, Sparr last Wednes
day "and spent the day with Mrs! L.. C
Belr and family:
Mr. ; and "Mrs. Milton .Sawders are
thjesrliroud garents, of. a baby girL
Mrs. Sanderswas. befofe-her mar marriage
riage marriage MissLeila Parker.""
svetaT;ff oiriJ timer, atfehded- .the
Red Cf os lecre'atiMaJ-teUlast 'Sun-t
day afternoon by Rev. Bunyan'Steph-
ens. Kev. otepnens is a nne speaiter.
We. would be giad to have him1 out
here; sojr. afternoon. :v
SCHOOL '.NOTICE .v.-,
L hereby calr-attention of alKchool
people .interested 4to the "i provision of
the law 'passed by. the', regent legisla legislature3
ture3 legislature3 providing vthat no teacher shall
teach ahy Subjact unless ithat teacher
hol.4s- acejtificate; rcoveringsthaf pari
ticular.:csi& jfec JL.-.
30-3t-sat J.- H. Brinson,: Supt.
Haye your- prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, Jthe; only -drugstore in Ocala
employing more fthi one registered
pharfflftciair rCVs : .tf
1. X. n
NATION1 f O c .r1-"' -QT-v' ' i
- j t t
-1 FT. WIS ?FF 1
pf Ice water, taWes withjiishes, plates
cupsT'glafesesetc. atlittle" heaters and
" ";'r4rr v r. us uue. lie tracea tne steps w
F"JS to a- -c0 led'toiHarvey's great discovery
MrsW! M. BarQofandMrsGiadens : secret of circulation, and by the
. V5.x farjp0ri H
jhr ' 7 - c i
BABIES MURDERED-4N XHINA
One Mother Laughmgly. Admitted She
Had Disposed Of Seven of- Her
; A Chinese mother. told, me' theother
day that she had disposed, of seven of
ner own daughters. She told it with
a .ffaugh !- : She hadi borne -nine; TbiaTl
given away: two, and had drowneVl the
otherseven in the slop bucket.
: .When I tried to find some appjealito l
.conscience to a sense of wrong it
simply was not there. And the pas pastor
tor pastor s wife", who was with me at the
tTme'when I asked her what hese peo
ple o?o regard a sin said,"iWnytlnotH:
in!-' 'T'lliPir' rn Tint think- nvthin(T
wrong t If they carry the Idols'round
twice" a! -fear they may do as they lite."
r I- wenthome with this musderess'and
fpSnd; her sweet, ypiaig- daughter-in-.
law, jWhO'-has studied ;alittle Jn; our our-schools,ivery
schools,ivery our-schools,ivery sad and ,heartbrpkeh be;
-caj.se her two little daughters had been
Kiiiea at.Dirtn or tnrown away Dy.tneir
f a thereof course, the 'mbthef-In-law
xiiiu-aiso insistea upon tnis. ier"one
by the-malpractice of the1 midwffe", who.
had tafcen him in hand 'when' some
balift$n.ent developed, and bucned his
headhands and bretiWlth'Jive.coals.'
S0tne ; poor little mother was left
"My little baby girlsC cling- to my
heart--niit and day 1"" she cried.' "I
Pdon'tknbw .what became of them. I
loved them just as I loved the boy all
ine-irme-mey were wim'me Derore tney.
jvere-fco'rn. I wanfedfthem-so! .But
-he -was-unwilling, sosthreyllmd to die,"
aUdtshe-huried her faceTinher hands.
EtelyhlW. Sites, in orld Outlobk.7
' c '-.J yv
D6-WORK AL0N(3if SAME LINES
IjeVturer Puts Scknrff ts and Detect
; tiVesSIn One Class Uses' HacyyC
r as an lllnc-hrai-'lAn
. The analogy between'; the ;.worklng.
or pumps ior motor-engines, and tnose
wThiciikeepl the human' heaft;-beailng
iWas the 'subject of a'lecture r by 4 a;
3&jtisb? doctor. "Living -Ipmips'was
of,iftgenioiis models "he -showed howl
the livertand the heartand wenti to
the nourishing of the Climbs. '-. Lading
tftffH heart of "ck-the "Giant "Giant-killerfal
killerfal "Giant-killerfal model, heTJrexplaihed .the
marvelous self-regulating 'meemtnism
by which it supplies Jthe muscularenT
gitfes of the body With' a "combustion"
?mh8:uise-i jmd the ret'f- the 1 tissues
with gsfcenance. Fubicus, Harvey's
teaieher,T3iad discoijierjpd ? wiat '.iere
cayexl he t "pockes"A in the .yeiis
thrqughwhich he supposed 'the blood
passed' towards the heart.. Harvey's
achievement lay inproving that the
pocEets opened and closed" on the valve
. Sr. V A.
principle. -juarvey a-was a ? snerioc
Holmes.'said the professor 'hejsaTrj
these curious valvsi and v wanted to
EJSith.em. TMj iQjdjUJIr
a detective Is a scientist and a scien
tist Is a de,ectve." v
- ;.HistorI Yale Buildina. 4
J Anltem in tfe New Haven' Register
.opens ah interesting field of research
to Yale men w Jo, are proud of the his history
tory history of their olleg?, inasmuch as it
indicates that ipne of the buildings is
"undoubtedly tie -oldest srueture in
North Americaf Ifappears that a fire;
was discovered in Connecticut hall one
day and was extinguished without
much difficulty In telling of it, the
Register concludes its remarks as fol follow:
low: follow: Connecacut hall is the oldest
building owned? by the university. Ify
V.as erected Inl 1550,-and taken" over
by the collegeiwhen-thajt. institution
was founded hre. One can imagine
with what emoons Davenport, Eaton,
et all must havetgazed upon that struc structure,
ture, structure, then almost a century old, when
they landed onthe shores of the new new-world."
world." new-world." v - ?-"
' Whenever lfhear anyone -speak
birthday present I am reminded of an
incident that ocrred in my immediate
family," said Mnttger Douglas of the
jeftrsoh. "Somnonths 'ago my daugh' daugh'-ter's
ter's daugh'-ter's husband tought an automobile
principally for Jer use, and she thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly enjoyed t rilis birthday came
dround shortly after and his wife told
fclin she had nft" forgotten him, and
Sfaid:. 'I have 4-' surprise' for you. I
have bought youf aimost gorgeous automobile-
laprobe.' He looked at the ar article
ticle article a few seconds, then said, This is
aJurprise, andwhen your birthday
comes around It am' going to surprise
Tou.' And he did. He bought her an
automobile tlre. Birmingham (Ala.)
'Wanted thf Usual Reward.
v Ethel had be4n "Ringing songs in a
kindergarten enrtainment, and after
ea"oh rendition shaoVreceived hearty
applause. The ixt.evening her moth mother
er mother had companyaQd she asked Ethel
if. she would nothing one of her songs
for the guest. Ethel complied with the
request, and whepa she-had finished the
,woman thanked er and complimented
Tier on her voiced But Ethel was un un-'satisfied.
'satisfied. un-'satisfied. "If y(ft likes it," she com complained,
plained, complained, "why dof t-you clap?" .:
. "TiTTZ Z
Not All Varieties Edible.
: "gome people svho "know say that
there are many jSiean and nutritious
foods which are fieglected. For exam
iic, mere iss uuifiuua in au Kinas- oi
" "But we can't at all kinds of nuts,
tmydear. Evenfto reduce the high
cost -of living, wecan't be cannibals."-
" - M AX WEL BARGAINS
We have two Maxwell touring-car
bargains. Both Iri first class condi-
tion'with brand new'tires, "thoroughly
rebuilt. One a 1916 model, one a
1917 model. Cah or terms.
The Maxwell Agency, Ocala, Fla.
42 pounds of sklGA'R.'?!, with one
dollajr purchase of -other groceries for
cash, Saturday rid Monday only.
Smith 'Grocery CbHione-434. 'l St
, Made from
ents, combined with rich sweet cream.
. ". "'' - ' v
; J. Smooth as velvet supplied in all the popular flavors
" rrhe.yelyet Kind" "is as refreshing and nourishing as it is de de-'
' de-' licious: r ;
: On AVednesday arid Thursday of ach week "an ice cream
' of rare flavor; made of unusually expensive ingredients, is feat-
- t .: c v These. specif are wonderfully popular be sure to try
k : r tfiem. Oraer yoiif) favorite flavor today. Send home a quart
r.. i' At
. 'V DEALERS,,:
tripling the' business of many dealers. Wrjfce for special
9 m m
! .. LADIES '
Ww are -making tesp'ecially attcac attcac-tivei
tivei attcac-tivei prices on all the Trimmed j Hats
inouf 'store. ? It wi213e to your inter interest
est interest rami -advantage t6fcome-nowBand
see our offering i : n tz
27-4t HA'Y6RAFT ; MILLINERY.
, : ; - X-
i Take advantage 'of ;-Whittington's
specials'7 f or '-Monday;; July"2nd. It t
4 The largest .lineof bhingcaj). hi
the: city-all shkdesshpes-and 'col-
MARION-DUN! MASONIC .LODSE
.. v'- ----- .'-v.
i MaronrDupn. Lodgf No. 19, F. &
A 'H., meets on ,the-hrst: and thirft
Thursday evening oP 4ach -mouth At
8:00 o'clock," until further notice.
r ,t trH.M.fWeathersr5'-W.-M. -,,
xr wu. oici i4Lr j m.i
V 1VOODMJ2N 'OF THE WORLD
j 7 ;
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
theK. o P; hall -at -7:150,. p'. m." every
secondhand ;$ourth -; Eriday isiting
sovereigns are aUwaysVwelcom?,
' r T. D. Lapcaster," C- C.
OCALA ''LODGE- NO. 286, B. P. O. R'
: Ocala Lodge 'No. 26, Benevolent
and 'Protective Order'- of ". Elks7 meSfs
the ; second aKdf ourth -Tuesday even-
ings.in'each, month. Visiting breth-J
ren always welcome. jiud nouse oppo opposite
site opposite postoffice, east side. t
. c. W. Hifnter, E. R.
Sr. J. Crook, Secretary, rs
'i C ODD, FELLOES
Tiilula Lodee -No221 L O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the -third- floor oi
tbef-Stir office Building at 8o'clojek
promptly.. -A -warm 'welcome .always
extended' to -visiting brothers.,
i r JD. McCaskiilrN. G.
. W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
- 'CHAPTER- N O. 13,-R. 'A. M. "s
"Regular xn vocation a'-'of tW'Ocaia'
Chapter No." 13' ft. M.," on -th
fourth Fnay ta every month x.1
8 p. m. f B. C. Webb, H. P.
Jake Brown, Sec'y.
. ; KNIGHTS QF lYTHUS,
: Ocala. Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday -niht at"- 7:30
at'the CstleHail,":s)Ver;the' James'
Carlisle drugstore. A cprdial- welcome
to visiting hrothers '
. . E. L. Stapp, g. C
: C1.45 K..SaeT. of R. S.. ;
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala 'danter-No! 29 t)E. S.
aeets at YoHger' iialltlj.sMj5d.a3ic:
aurtn j.nursiiay evening pi eaci
.nonth a-73(rocloci. .
VMrs. Susan Cook, W.' M."-"
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, Secretary.
sk- NOTICE :
In the Cireult Court of the iFifth'Ju-l
; dicial' Circuit" of Florida, in and
- for-Marioh. Counts Int Chancery.
Mary Livinia Allen, "Complainant,, vs.
. John -W.: Allen,'. Deffedfant Or
It is ordered that" the defendant
herein namdo'jwitr; Jqfi W.Ali,
be and he ,?is hereby renuirjed Jto ap
pear to .the bill of complaint filed in.
this 5in rm nr hpTnrp T
Monday, the 16th day bf trfily'lSlV.-
It is, f urther ordered that a copy of
this" ofdr be published once 'a wesk
fof eight rconsefcroliv Weeks irt the
Ocala Jlvenjng t,.a.Tiieivspaj)er
publisheoTig.aid county and state.
This 17th' of 'dly or May, 1917.-
'X$e&Y s: 'P.HNugent,'
Cierk Cirouit 4CQurt;Ma$ioh Cdunty,
! Florida,r,Byuih1Ervin,,D; C.
W. E.JSmith,"' f
. Complama'nt Solicitor. S-lfri-
iioeis Ice CreiM
pure fruit juices and other
' Cream of" Ice Creams
Your dealer servjes "The Velvet Kind-'
from .Churches, Clubs, Hotels, etc., solicited. Any
" flavorsupplied. and in aiiy-quantity.
-Ice -Grcaim m.
- .; i
Thesuperiorquality of "The"" Velvet Kind" pleases regular
Quia.Relief for Disorders of the fJuer. Stomach &
-J0 THET. M PLBNK MEDICINE
aR JOB PRINTING Department is
thoroughly equipped for all kinds
.of ommercial Printing. .Our facilities
PAiPHLETS, BOOKLETS, PROGRAMS,
..WEDDING and BUSINESS
and all kinds of
I OFFICE STATIONERY
Unsurpassed in Central Florida.
EFICIENT Workmanship, High
u'ality Paper, Prompt Service and
Livir Prices are some of our reasons
for acing an opportunity to serve you.
X7 JOB PRINTING
' : fclT --EPHONE FIVE-ONE (51)
j We have'Threeord Touring Cars for sale
: 1915 MODEL FJNE SHAPE
T : ; 1916 MODEL FIRST CLASS SHAPE
.j 1916 ;3IODEL excellent shape
: 'The latter car? just as good in every respect as when it came
"from 'the factyv All "are fully equipped and are wide treads.
IIURRY!" HlRY For 'You Can't Get a New Ford Now, and thi3
is-, your only ance. ;.. .-
Readme Star W
or can get it.
dealer prices today.
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