The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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' The Russian armies have not lost
any of their old striking power as a
result of their long inactivity. This
is evidenced by the announcement
fiom Petrograd of the taking of an
important position in Galicia with the
capture of more than 8,500 prisoners.
General Brusiloff attacked over a
front of eighteen miles, between
Stripa and Narayuvka, capturing
Koniuchy.
The stroke was of such force as
could hardly be expected, considering
the disorganization of the army after
. the revolution.
A Berlin statement indicates that
Russian attackswere expected over a
wider front.
; TRENCHES RETAKEN
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; Paris announced that a French
counter attack ejected the Germans
i from trenches captured by them last
I week on the Aisne "front,, along the
' "Ailles and Paissy road.
! RUSSIAN VICTORY IN CAUCASUS
y ; Petrograd, 'July 2. The- Russians,
it is officially announced, have defeat defeated
ed defeated the Turks, in an engagement in
! Caucasus.
EXPECTED IN AMERICA
Washington, July 2. The Russian
war minister informed the United
States three weeksago that a big
Russian offensive would take place
"the first part of m July. Secretary of
State' Lansing said that Kerensky
' has succeeded in his task of reorgan reorganizing
izing reorganizing the army.
SUBS GETTING SHY
' London, July 2. The guncrew of
an American liner fired upon two
German submarines during her voy-
' age from the United States to Eng England.
land. England. Both targets were at a consid considerable
erable considerable range but the report to Wash Wash-.
. Wash-. ington will express the belief tha one
periscope was shattered. A third sub submarine
marine submarine was sighted, but-at a great
distance and it submerged.
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SUPREME COURT HELPS
YOUNG LAW STUDENTS
In Consequence of the Selective Draft
Act, They May Begin Taking
Examination July 9
Tallahassee, July 2. The state su supreme
preme supreme court has adopted the follow following
ing following order:
Whereas, It has been brought to the
attention of this court that, among
the young men of this state," of mili military
tary military age, who have volunteered their
services to the ,United States gov-
eminent, or who may be selected for
military service under the selective
draft act, there are some who have
been' pursuing the study of law with
the view of attaining admission' to
the bar of this court; and,
' Whereas, We have been informed
that, owing to certain military regu regulations,
lations, regulations, it will be inconvenient, if not
impossible, for the young men of the
class above mentioned, to be present
in the fall of this year to take the ex examinations
aminations examinations at the time prescribed by
the statute for holding regular ex examinations
aminations examinations of applicants for admis admission
sion admission to the bar of this state; and,
Whereas, This court deems it to be
its duty, in view of this extraordinary
situation by which the country is now
confronted, to facilitate the admission
of such young men to the bar, who
desire admission, to the ed that
when they" return from the -service
they may be legally qualified'lbegin,
without unnecessary delay, the prac practice
tice practice of their chosen profession; it is,
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Ordered that a special examination
be held beginning at 9:30 a. m., July
3th, A. D. 1917, in the supreme court
room at Tallahassee.
ALL-AROUND SQUARE MEALS
Let" the Good Fairy serve you an
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OF PRiSQHERS CAPTURED FHEIICH RETAKE LOST TRENCHES

AISIIE FBOtlT
(Associated Press)
MENACED BY III
PRESIDENT LI AND" THE CHI CHI-NESE
NESE CHI-NESE REPUBLIC POSSIBLY
IN PERIL
(Associated Press)
Washington, July 2. The restora restoration
tion restoration of the Manchu dynasty in China
is demanded of President Li by Gen General
eral General Chang Hsun and other military
leaders, according to state depart department
ment department advices. Civil war is feared if
the militarists have the power they
seem to have.
LI WILL PROBABLY FIGHT
All the southern provinces south of
the Yanjyver are expected to re
volt 4rme Nchus assume power.
The attitude ofrhe president is not
indicated but it is expected that he
will resist if there is any chance of
success.
MANY SHIPS ABUED
TO OUR MARINE
President Wilson Turns Eighty-Seven
German Vessels Over to the
Shipping Board
(Associated Press)
Washington, July 1. Eighty-seven
of the German merchant ships seized
in American ports at the outbreak of
the war were turned over by Presi President
dent President Wilson to the shipping board
yesterday for operation. The other
fourteen already are iii possession of
the navy department.
Title to the vessels was vested in
the president in a resolution passed
by Congress in May. Many of them
already have been repaired and put
into service by the shipping board,
which proceeded unofficially without
awaiting an executive order giving it
formal jurisdiction.
The total tonnage of the eighty eighty-seven
seven eighty-seven ships" exceeds 500,000. Several
have gone to the war department for
transports. .' ;
The ships retained for commercial
service will be put for the most part
into trans-Atlantic runs, thugh sev several
eral several to be brought from Manila to the
Pacifis coast for repairs may be kept
in the Pacific. Those at Honolulu
also may remain in the Pacific to
move the great amount of freight
awaiting shipment along the cbast to
Vladivostok.
The shipping board has announced
no general policy concerning opera operation
tion operation of the German ships or of the
fleet" the government is building, but
it is understood vessels will be char
tered for single trips. This plan was
pursued by- the board in chartering
the first ships repaired to the French
and Italian governments for transv
portation of food and coal. The board,
it is said, has no intention of operat operating
ing operating ships directly and thus compet competing
ing competing with private shipping concerns.
Virtually all of the ships soon will
be repaired and in service.
BANKS WILL CLOSE
Wednesday, July 4th, (Independ (Independ-ance
ance (Independ-ance Day) being a legal holiday in the
state of Florida, the undersigned
banks of this city will be closed for
business on that day.
"The-Commercial Bank,
The Ocala"" National Bank,
The Munroe &"Chambliss Bank
Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drugstore in Ocala
employing more than one registered
pharmacist. tf

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COTTON CROP
Believed by Agricultural Department
that It Will be Almost
12,000,000 Bales
(Associated Press)
Washington, June 2. A cotton crop
of 11,633,000 equivalent to 500-pound
bales this year was forecastttoday by
the department of agriculture. In es estimating
timating estimating that production the bureau
cf crop estimates based its calcula calculations
tions calculations on the condition of the' growing
crop on June 25 and the preliminary
estimate of this year's acreage which
was announced today for the first
time. Last year's crop was 11,449, 11,449,-930
930 11,449,-930 bales, 'in 1915 it was 11,191,820,
in 1914 the crop amounted to .16,134, .16,134,-930
930 .16,134,-930 bales was the largest ever
grown and in 1913 it was 14,156,486
bales.
In its preliminary estimate of the
area of cotton in cultivation on June
25 this year, the bureau places the
figure at 34,600,000 acres. That com compares
pares compares with 36,052,000 acres, the re
vised estimate of acreage in cultiva
tion a year ago, and. with 31,412,000
acres harvested in 1915, 36,832,000
acres in 1914 the year of record pro
ductionand 37,089,000 acres in 1913,
the year of record acreage.
The condition of the growing crop
on "June 25 was 70.3 per cent of a
normal, as compared with 69.5 on
May 25 this year, 81.1 on June 25
last year, and 80.0, the average con condition
dition condition for the last ten years on June
25. Condition in Georgia 69, South
Carolina 7l and Florida 79 per cent.
Since the May 25 report of the de department
partment department of agriculture, placing the
condition of the crop at 69.5 per cent
of a normal was made, conditions
have not been generally favorable.
Toward the time of making the June
25 canvass cool weather was retard retarding
ing retarding growth in most central and east eastern
ern eastern sections of the cotton belt, and
the crop was further unfavorably af
fected by drought in central and
western Oklahoma, and in Louisiana,
except in the southeastern portioi. In
Texas drought also prevailed to some
extent, but the crop was standing the
condition well and was makings some
growth. The drought in Louisiana
was reported as serious. The crop
was in good shape in Tennessee and
fairly good prograss was being made
in North Carolina where warmer
weather was needed. In "Georgia and
Mississippi and southwestern Arkan Arkansas.
sas. Arkansas. Florida's crop is mostly .prom .promising.
ising. .promising. Some sections reported boll
weevil, although in Texas there has
been but little insect damage this sea season.
son. season. In calculating its forecast of total
production the bureau of crop esti estimates
mates estimates based the yield on the condition
of the crop on June 25 and the pre preliminary
liminary preliminary estimate of acreage, allow allowing
ing allowing for abandonment of one per cent
from the planted area. The final pro production,
duction, production, however, probably will be
larger or: smaller than estimated ac according
cording according as conditions from now until
time of picking are better or worse
than average conditions.
MARE FOR SALE
One nice bay mare, in perfect con condition;
dition; condition; work anywhere; any woman or
child can drive her; 10 years old.
Cheap for cash. Address S. H. Cauth Cauth-en,
en, Cauth-en, Summerfield, Fla. 2-6t
The county judge has issued mar marriage
riage marriage licenses to Mr. Otto Gaskin and
Miss Mabel Hogan, to Mr. Julius M.
Harrelson and Mrs. H. P. Brinson.

OCAIA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JTTLY 2, 1917.

EiST ST. LOUIS HEEBIES MADE HID 1ESIS-
TEE TO TIE OFFICERS

(Associated
East. St Louis, July 2. Detective
Sergeant Samuel Coppedge was kill
ed, three officers wounded, one so ser seriously
iously seriously he may die, and two civilians
shot, in a recurrence of' race rioting
early today. A mob of negroes esti
mated at 200 assembled at the ring
ing of a church bell, all armed, and
marched down the street. Encounter
ing an automobile containing the of
ficers they told the officers to "go on
about their business," and then fired
into the automobile. A cordon of of officers
ficers officers was thrown around the negro
quarters and the houses searched. All
weapons found were confiscated. Six
companies of guardsmen have been
ordered out.
NO LET-UP ON THE JSEGROES
Despite the presence of soldiers the
attack on negroes continued this aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Eight negroes are in hos hospitals.
pitals. hospitals. Two negroes and one white
have been killed.
OF THE DRAFT
Every Man Selected Will be; Notified
by Mail When to Appear
for Examination
(Associated Press)
Washington, July 2. Exemptions
and regulations issued today say that
local boards will pass upon all claims
except those based on industrial or
agricultural occupations. District
boards will pass on those. A date
will.be set soon for a meeting of the
boards. After the order of liability is
determined the boards will post a ltst
of those registered and then prepare
a list of those designated in order of
liability for service. Within three
days they will notify by mail each
person designated when to appear for
first physical examination. Then
comes the question of exemption. Ex
emption because of dependents may
be made by the wife or other depend dependents.
ents. dependents. Claim by husband must be
supported by affidavits of the wife
and head of some family residing in
the same territory.
DOUBLE-HEADER BALL GAME
FOURTH OF JULY
On account of the danger of rain,!
oft the fourth, the Ocala and Williston
teams have decided to have two
games on that day. The first game
will be called at 10 a. m. and the sec second
ond second at 3:30. As it generally rains in
the afternoon, and as everybody
should be on the square to see the
pageant at 5 o'clock, the Star advises
all who can do so to attend the morn morning
ing morning game.
Following is the Ocala line-up:
Blitch, Chazal, Harris, Davis, Mc-
Lin, Blalock, Leavengood, Martin,
Hall, Meffert, Batts.
OCALA'S HONOR ROLL
Navy Recruiting Station,
Room 211, Postoffice Building,"
Ocala, Fla., June 2, 1917.
The following named man made ap
plication for the U. S. navy and, was
sent to Atlanta for final examination:
Vernon B. Hadsock, York, engi
neer's force.
Men enlist now. The navy is com coming
ing coming up to its strength very fast; en
list before it is too late. Good
chances of learning a trade, oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities for amateur wireless opera operators,
tors, operators, machinists and firemen, with
eood pay and fast promotion. Enlist
ment ages 18 to 35. Come now while
vou have the chance for the U. S.
navy. Information in regards to en enlistments
listments enlistments may be had by writing or
calling at this office.
Win. B. Schlereth,
Commissary Steward, U. S. N.
WANTED
Men's voices to hel pout with the
singing for the July 4th pageant. Re Rehearsals
hearsals Rehearsals Monday and Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings at 8 p. m., Woman's Club. Please
notify either Miss Cecile Downs or
J. J. Gerig."

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4TH OF JULY
Pageant of the Nations Fighting for
the Modern Declaration of
Independence
Program
Band concert at 5 p. m. sharp on
the courthouse square followed by the
pageant of the nations:
Country National Hymns
Japan Kimiagayo
Russia. .v . .Hymn of Free Russia
Italy Garibaldi Hymn
Great Britain God Save the King
Belguim ........... La Brabanconne
France. ............ La Marseillaise
United StatesHeaded 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
patriotic address.
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.
PAY YOUR RED CROSS PLEDGES
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Give or Send Your Checks at Once to
Chas. S. Cullen, Chairman,
Ocala
The local Red Cross war fund cam campaign
paign campaign committee respectfully re requests
quests requests all contributors who made
pledges, to please send at once their
July 1st instalments to Mr. C. S. Cul Cullen,
len, Cullen, chairman. Checks can be made
payable to William G. McAdoo, treas treasurer,
urer, treasurer, and Red Cross receipts will be
issued promptly.
If those who feel able to do so will
kindly make the four monthly, instal instalments
ments instalments in one payment now, it will
Mgreatly help the local committee,
wnich has not less than 200 pledges
to handle in Ocala, and 160 in the rest
of the county. This is in addition to
the cash contributions, which amount amounted
ed amounted to $1,662.57, and which are now be being
ing being audited by the Red Cross war
fund auditing committee.
Letter from Mr. Lunk
Mr. Chas. S. Cullen, War Fund Cam Campaign,
paign, Campaign, American Red Cross,
Ocala, Fla.
My dear JVIr Cullen: The call to
the South for a Red Cross war fund
has been generously answered. Men
and women of every nationality ,and
station in life have alike contributed
to make this a success. The war coun council
cil council cannot directly express apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation to every person who has render rendered
ed rendered service ; in this great movement,
but the success of the campaign
would be incomplete were we to fail
to convey personally our regard for
the splendid service rendered by the
men and women of Ocala and Marion
county.
The tangible results accruing from
this campaign, great as they are, will
be less than the intangible benefits,
just as the material gifts are small
in comparison with the giving of self.
It is the spirit of an army that wins
battles and the spirit of our citizens
is what will determine our country's
future.
Again assuring you of our appre appreciation,
ciation, appreciation, I remain, V
Very cordially yours, s
W. R. Lunk
Secretary for War Council. ;
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING
PLUMBDfG AND C
When you have -plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical .contracting, let us furnish you
estimates. No job too large and none
too mil. tf ; H. W. Tucker.

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FLURRIES AS REGEHTLY

(Associated Press)

Washington, July 2. The Senate
this afternoon adopted an amendment
adding cotton and its products, in including
cluding including clothing, to the products the
government could control. Other
amendments added include hides,
skins and wool.
PLAN TO PREVENT WILDCAT
SPECULATION
A plan to prevent wild speculation
in cotton on the British and Ameri American
can American exchanges has been presented to
Secretary Redfield and the depart department
ment department of agriculture by Lord North North-cliff
cliff North-cliff e. The British are seeking a co coordination
ordination coordination of dealings that will pre prevent
vent prevent flurries such as recently forced
theLiyerpool exchange, to close.
AGRICULTURAL COMMITTEE RE RECOMMENDS
COMMENDS RECOMMENDS FOOL AMEND- i
' 1 ; MENT
The Senate contest over prohibition
became somewhat complicated when
the agricultural committee endorsed
the Gore substitute, stopping the dis distillation
tillation distillation of alcoholic beverages and
giving the president authority to "sus "suspend
pend "suspend the manufacture of beer and
wine. The administration compro
mise was rejected. i
AGREE TO CLOSE EARLY
ON THE FOURTH OF JULY
v 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: v
- 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 Helven-ston,
ston, Helven-ston, A. E. Burnett, L. T. Izlar. Jr.,
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
linery Parlor, Minnie, A. Bostick,
Taylor, Printing Co', (all day), Stir
ling M. Hooper, The John Dozier Co.,
The Haycraf t Millinery Store.
The O. K. Teapot Grocery moved
into its new quarters in the Wallis
block Saturday "ajjd opened for busi business
ness business Saturday evening. It is a very
handsome, well arranged and well well-lighted
lighted well-lighted building. The retail depart department
ment department in front shows up in excellent
shape and the reserve goods hava
ample storage room in the rear. The
patrons as well as the proprietor are
much pleased with the new store.
A motor party from Gainesville
spent Sunday in and around Ocala re returning
turning returning to the University City in the
evening. Miss Mary Connor, Miss
Margaret Little, Mr. Fred E. Demer Demer-itt
itt Demer-itt and Mr. Clifton Long took dinner
with Miss Conner's parents at North
Lake Weir. Miss Cevie Roberts spent
the day with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. V. Roberts in Ocala, and Mi3
Dixonia Roberts visited! her mother,
Mrs. D. M. Roberts in this city.
The Star has kodak pictures of two
Marion county boys Edward Green
and Oscar Stucky in training camp
at Fort Screven." Oscar is making a
fine soldier the only trouble being
that he is so big that the government
bas to have hi3 clothes and shoe
made to order. Edward Green is n
in Washington, training in the
artillery. Both these boys are i
with the service
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A. M., meeta on tzx& montn. at
Thursday evenlngivgr notice,'
8:00 o'clock, cn
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Accident
(Associated Press)
Niagara Falls, July 2. T!. T!.-list
list T!.-list as the result of an accidc ,t
a car plunged into the whirlp'
terday, is ten with four rnLvit,.:
is believed that Mrs. J. V. 1:.; :
Arcadia, Fla., should be a'dJcd f
list of dead. The accident lex :
yesterday afternoon when a E. i
car on the Great Gorge lie;
the rails, plunged down a tv-
foot .embankment and turret c
ten feet of water on the c! -
Whirlpool Rapids.
SKIDDOO SIGN TO BOOZE
V'. IN. TWENTY-TIin:;r
Washington, July 1. T -states
were bone-dry after
last night, the effective r
Reed ; amendment t prohibit i
ment of liquor into any ia
where its' manufacture or sale
hibited. Eleven other states ci
tially affected by the lc;
which has been hailed by ic.r.;
advocates as the greatest
toward abolition of the liq.r
yet taken in the nation'3 Insi -1
The law. bars from r1
areas, whether, states or sir,
porations, all mail matter cc
advertisements or solicits ti
orders for intoxicants, a pros ; '.
signed to aid in' enforcing i'
shipment feature by supp r-'.-activities
of mail order he, .
territory.
The postoffice departr: -,
mulgating its order fr cf
of the anti-advertising sccti'-,
the following states as wh I
fected:
)' Alabama, Arizona, Arkan .r?,
rado, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa,
Maine, Mississippi, Nefaraslia, s
Carolina, North Dakota, Oklr, ."
Oregon, Rhode Island, South C ;
South Dakota, Tennessee, Vc : ::. -Virginia,
Washington and Y 1 V
ginia.
Those partially affected j- re ijCz
fornia, Connecticut,. Delaware, Lc.
ana,' Maryland, Massach-asctt", ?
sola, New Hampshire, No.v 1 -Ohio
and Texas. The foil ov, 1 5
affected at future dates: Alaska, J,
uary 1,1918; Indiana, April 3, 13
Michigan, April SO, 1018; Tlor.tc
December 31, 1918, and Utah, A j
1, 1917.
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OCALA EVENING STAR
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES
(Domestic) Frei)
One year, in advance........... 15.00 On year, in adranc. $1.00
t'Ax months, la advance t.bO Six month, in advance. ........ 4-25
Three months. In advance Three months, in advance
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This is blue Monday sure
All the bilb came in today.

enough.

Saving is the order of the day, but
our young men (and some of the older

STATE TAX WILL BE NINE MILLS greatest moment. Great Britain and

I France are now realizing that the

Governor Catts has fixed the state I let-down in the system of higher edu-

tax levy for the current year at 91 cation at the opening of the war was

mills. Under the laws of Florida a! & grave mistake. This country must

levy of 11 mills could have been made, avoid the gap in this generation,
and, during the closing days of the upon which the nation must depend

session of the legislature of 1917 itjfor leadership. This gap must be fill

was generally understood and widely led if we are. to hold the ground in

published through the state that at J business, industry, science, and the
least 10 mills would be necessary to professions. Don't send the boys and

take cafe of the large appropriations j girls out of the state. Our state in

made: by the legislature. It will, I stitutions are just as good as any in

therefore, be gratifying to taxpayers I the South. Keep the young people in

to know that the levy will not be so pur home colleges. Help to build up

high as expected. It will however be state pride. Keep your means at
high enough. It will be higher by I home by patronizing home institu-

2 mills than it is now and higher tions

than- it was when the 'carpetbaggers

were secretary, of war we would try! were plundering the state.

and locate the training camps where The tax will be apportioned as fol fol-the
the fol-the men were near the place where lows:

their supplies were manufactured, General revenue 4 mills

and where they could be sent to the State school tax 1 mill

BOY SCOUTS

The Boy Scouts will meet in the

lecture room of the public library
Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. A full

wai?t.

in the shortest time.

State board of health tax.

State road tax

mill
mill

ones) continue to let their arms go to Atlantic coast or the Mexican frontier Pension tax 3 mill attendance is desired. As many as

jare qualified will stand the examina examination
tion examination 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
te "somewhere in Marion county."

It's timeight now for every person
who has from a few square yards to
many acres of ground to plan for fall
gardens.

Wayne Thomas of the Plant City
Courier is the new president of the
State Press Association, and the next
meeting will be held in DeLand.

Fall and winter gardens are going
to count heavily on the food bill in
the next twelve months. Every per person
son person who can plant one should pre prepare
pare prepare for it at once.

Ihe constitutionalist liberal party.

of Mexico has put the roller under
two of its members because they are
. aggressively pro-German. Perhaps

there is hope for Mexico yet.

Winston Spencer Churchill thinks
England might as well not have any

fleet as not to use one. What is the

matter with his logic ? Times-Union.
The principal trouble with Mr.
Churchill's logic is that only an ex excessively
cessively excessively silly person would think

England isn't using her fleet.
Says the Live Oak Democrat:
""State, taxes for 1918 in Florida will
be higher than at anytime since re

construction days, for all of which

you may thank the present state ad

ministration, mis state nas more

. new appointees, new commissioners,

'.high salaried clerks, detectives and

hangers-on generally than ever be

fore in its history."
U, 1 ,. ..
The men who have the task of pick

ing out the training camps for the

- new amy have tremendous possibfl

ities in their hands. Almost any city
that wants one of the camps would

liberally grease the palm of an official

wno made a decision in its afvor.

Let's us hope for the sake of our

young soldiers and our country that

nothing of the sort will be done.

Total

.9 mills

TOO MUCH TAXES

St. Leo College at St, Leo will open

its doors for its next term September

12. St. Leo is one of the most pleas

antly situated and best managed col colleges,
leges, colleges, in Florida. The thoroughness

with which its students are taueht is The Tampa Tribune criticises the

not excelled by any college in the state tax budget as follows:

state. This year will be its twenty "ihe state tax rate for the year
eie-hth and the management is tre- was announced yesterday. The total

A. C. L. SCHEDULE

Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line

will arrive and depart in Ocala at the

paring to make it the best yet. There millage for this year is nine, as

is an all-pervasive air of patriotism against six and one-half for last year, following times:

about St. Leo. The students learn This millage is divided into four mills No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters-

their lessons in the shadow of the for general revenue, one mill for burg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.

flag. Tho' it is comparatively a small schools, three mills for pensions, one- No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson

college, thirty of its boys are in the half mill for state board of health and ville, 2:25 a. m.

ranks of the Second Florida Infantry one-half mill for roads. No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,

and did good service on the border. "The increase in the tax-rate is 5:40 a. m.

For catalogue and other information largely due to the big appropriations No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,

apply to Rev.Benedict, St. Leor Fla. made by the late legislature, the cit- Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.

rus canker, livestock board, etc. As

Elihu Root, head of the American progressive sentiment in the state

w I ii

mT,-aemn and the forlorn minister, was in iavor oi uiese appropriations,

Mr. Tereschtenko, have returned to we have n0 riSht to complain about

Petrograd after a brief stayat staff

headquarters, where they were wel

corned by General Brusiloff in the

name of the Russian army. The com

manner in chief declared that the
army would continue with all the

powers at its. disposal not only to
fight for its own cause, that of for-

the increased tax rate which has re

sulted from them.

No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny (Sunny-Jim),
Jim), (Sunny-Jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson-

"The fact that the state pays a pen- ville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.

sion tax rate of three mills, nearly as

much as for general revenue and

three times as much, as for schools,

will strike the average observer as

remarkable especially since fifty-

No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:05

p. m.

No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25

p. m.

No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters-

tifying liberty recently acquired, but years have elaPsfd since ,the dyil burg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.

1 1 1 .It il A 1 A-

at the same time hand in hand with war an neary a" e actuai Parilt

ArYiArica to fitrht for the rie-ht of all hpants m that war are dead.

nations to shape their destinies in ac
cordance with their own desires.

No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines

ville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.

No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,

9:05 p. m.

No. 4: Leaves Tampa 9 a. m.; Ocala

"More than a half -century after

the war and with only a few of the

soldiers, in that war still alive, our

non ciAn tor t a nrrcof or than Avar h 1 n. tti. Arrive Jacksonville. 5:10 D.m

rrt. J V. v t-ww -

xUe gUyCuut uxBcu Buxk x fwe Nq Z2f Lakeland to Ocala CSunny-

Jim Tiiesdar. Thursday ana Satur-

. I A tlVl V U1IUUUUVVU1J UViAV Wllllb. I mmmmmmw j j if

inaugurated by mm lor a great maus-,. mrnry oKW ,hie Mn dv. 9-.F0 m.

A -1 .1 i: 1 A. I M. A. I W -7 I

inai eaucauon revival m me stave, ue- ,B nanC!:nnar.

ucgi uugca lxi uoci VU15 yviioiviivi

the sum he received from the state. MAXWELL BARGAINS

Throughout their lives, these brave

men should be remembered in a prac- We have two Maxwell touring. car

tical and substantial way. No tax- bargains. Both in first class condi

Maybe you didn't notice it, but the
Star told the people of Ocala of the
arrival of American troojps in France
seven hours ahead of any other pa paper.
per. paper. The Jacksonville paper arriv arriving
ing arriving at 9:05 p. m. had the story, but
only the comparatively few people
down town saw it. The Star bulletin bulletined
ed bulletined the news shortly after two o'clock,
and put it into people's homes at four.

Premature publication of news of
arrival of American troops in France
has led high government officials to
assert-'that the present system of
censorship of war news is a failure,
and a remedy is sought." The best
remedy might be to abolish the cen-

sorsnip. .veryooay tnat Knew any anything
thing anything was practically certain the ex expedition
pedition expedition had sailed, hundreds of thou thousands
sands thousands knew it and the Germans best
of all.
Lloyd-George says that Great Brit Brit-a'n
a'n Brit-a'n and its allies are inconvenienced
. and may be pinched by submarine
warfare, but they will not be starved
into submission. We would think the
men of Great Britain and France
would rather shoot their women and
children and then die fighting than to
jrive up to the Teutons. It's better to
under the sod than to be under the

ruie oi me uruies uiao sec out w 1m 1m-pose
pose 1m-pose "sultur" on the rest of the world
sree years ago.

k a speech in Jacksonville Satur Satur-Nht,
Nht, Satur-Nht, Gov. Catts declared that
suoc church is the greatest
peacoerica has to face today. If
army Tfase, we should make
that maKany aE( set our new
our fp0pullrmnS tne Catholics
organize a kJ 15 Per cent of
less than -10 tit atts sould
amonsr th r.0i suppress the

r. at no ucs

should be Astaknd, Xan't

"'"'icu tner
. times SOniP nf 1 :.

wm uusmcc.

consulted the Star in

to obtain a training

J" always refund to Si
t up because we know it ,..,i 81

W.:;r;f tniny thousand men

;CT. tor seval months

2Tri Tm awy ain. We

me government has ani
milirarv .......

w.a0ViUy establish a train
ing camp at anv rTn ; -n,

VT to try

..0 ,uiu iur anv

claring that now is the time for the

boys of the country to know more

about sawing wood and raising more
food crops than in being able to read

Latin and work the problems of

Euclid. Tampa Tribune.

This is some more of Catts' political
claptrap. Industrial education would

not go very far without some one with

a knowledge of Euclid to direct it,
and that farmer boys should improve

themselves and strive to obtain a

hierher education, has always been

payer objects to paying all that is tion, with brand new tires, thoroughly

right and proper for this purpose. But rebuilt. One a 1916 model, one a

no one can gainsay the fact that the 1917 model. Cash or terms.

The Maxwell Agency, Ocala, Fla.

TEAM OF MULES FOR RENT

present pension outlay of the state

must go largely to undeserving per

sons, who have no just claim upon the

pension fund. When the pension fundi

of the state is nearly as large as its A good heavy team of mules with

general expense fund, there can be no driver to rent by the day or week.

question that the state is being un

unwarranted

pensions. The Tribune would like to

see every bona fide Confederate vet

Apply to Box 374 or Star office. 26-7t

considered one of the most praise

worthy and necessary things in ourl ,stung, &r

country, vaus wouiu piuuauiy picici

to keep farmer, boys as ignorant as

possible, so they would be more eas-

i J.wa1 Vk 1 a origin A I

uy uuPcu uy FuMWi vx v hvidowof a bona fide Confederate vet Oklawaha avenue.

eran, receive a substantial pension

T J 1.1 f J

oeyona mese, no person is ennueu lu Have your prescriptions

a pension

Let us nt your car up with the

famous GOODRICH TIRES. There

eran m the state and every dependent are none better. Blalock Bros., 107

6-8-tf

Clubs o out of business at mid

night tonight and the members will

all be better off. The lodges that con-

filled at

If the pension roll were Gerig's, the only drugstore in Ocala

limited strictly to those mentioned,

ducted locker clubs will be stronger L,, anyone dare assert that the out-

and of better standing by reason of lay for pensions would be what it
giving up booze. St. Petersburg. In- now i&oTt indeed, one-half what it

dependent. now is? We think not. The Tribune

This is strictly in line with pub- is in favor 0f legitimate pensions to
lie sentiment. In the last few years th e h h earnGd thembut it

an odium has begun to attack itself objects to an indiscriminate distribu-

employing more than one registered

pharmacist. tf

Buy your drugs from the Rexall

store it is always the best drug

store. tf

to the word "club."

tion, which has grown to one-third of

the total tax rate of the state."

Advertise in the Star.

HE RECOMMENDS

HIMSELF HIGHLY

C. Green's humorous squibs are at

tracting attention and favorable

comment from the state press.

I akeland Telegram.

oreen contributed to tne tun 01 Tampa Tribune is rather ir-

Ocala for some years, and has been reVerent toward Catts' new board of

missed since he went away. control. It savs:

"In a luminous editorial on the

Among the men who registered in state board of control, the Palm

Kansas City .was a man who bears Beach Post, edited by Joe L. Earman,

the name of Loda Gunn. To which goes on to tell how this board 'must
story we rise to say: "Next." St. Pe- be accorded" the highest rank among

tersburg Times. Ithe governmental organizations of the

If his gun wasn't loaded, there I state,' and to outline 'the important

might not be-any next.

No Use Wearing

A Shiny Palm Beach Snit

atnoiics f r m

11 I

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and responsible duties which are vest

ed in its members. The Post goes on

to say:

" 'It is obvious that only men of the

highest character and acquirements,
who are willing to sacrifice their time

and labor for the most undeniably

public spirited motives, can be prop

erly sleected for membership to the

board of control.'

"Inasmuch as Mr. Earman has been

thus selected, and without doubt

properly selected according to the

standard set by his own editorial, we

cannot avoid recalling the story with
which Perry Wall had the whole state

laughing in the last campaign about

the fellow who 'certain recommend

ed himself most highly.'"

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In another column we public an announcements
nouncements announcements of the University of
Florida and the Florida State College

for Women. These two state institu

tions are strong and vigorous public

institutions maintained as a part of

the public school system for free
higher education of the young men
and women of Florida. Catalogs and
books of views will be sent on appli application
cation application to the presidents of these in-

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we

OCALA, FLORIDA

The importance of keeping in school

girls and the boys not subject to
elective draft is a matter of the

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a g-eneral feeling of lassitude Idi

despondency. Such a womaa f

often dislikes to consult a physician

1 about embarrassing subjects. : Shj

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giving full description of her symp symptoms,
toms, symptoms, and she will receive promptly
a reply as to whether she can
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WHERE PEACE IS ENDURING

For More Than a Century Uncle Sam

and Canada Have Been
Good Friends.

Before me lies a letter from Mont

real, and the most interesting thing
about it is the cancellation stamp of
the Canadian government, "Girard"
writes In the Philadelphia Ledger.

Upon the wide field of the British

flag is printed in body type this re

minder: "Help to win the war. Buy
war savings certificates."

Canada is helping to win the war

not only with her dollars but with her
men. Half a million have already en enlisted,
listed, enlisted, and that is like Pennsylvania
sending an equally large army to the
front, the population of Canada being
not quite so large as that of our state.

Curiously enough, most Americans

know much less about the government

of Canada than of England, France,
Russia or Germany.

We forget that July 1 is Canada's

Fourth of July, and that the dominion
came into ,being just fifty years ago.

We forget that instead of thirteen

colonies, as we had, Canada had but
four provinces.

We have had states and territories,

but Canada has provinces and dis districts.
tricts. districts. There are now nine of the for

mer and five of the latter.

Ours is a republic, but Canada is a

dominion.

When Benedict Arnold's little army

of about eleven hundred men, which
had marched, starved and frozen.

through the wilderness of Maine, at attacked
tacked attacked Quebec at the outbreak of the
Revolution, Canada's population was
less than that of West Philadelphia.

For 102 years the United States and

Canada have not had a gun, soldier,
warship or fort to guard the 4,000 4,000-mile
mile 4,000-mile boundary line which divides them.

Proving that when a lamb and a lion
lie down together the sheep does not
invariably repose inside of the king

of beasts.

SUMMED TOURIST FAKE!

From Jacksonville to

New York and return. ..$38.00
Baltimore and return. ..$33.90
Philadelphia and return. $36.00
Washington and return .. $34.00

Savannah and return.... $ 6.00
Boston and return. ... .$45.00
Atlantic City and return $38.25
Niagra Falls and return $48.90

WOUND STOPS SHELL SHOCK

Only the Unwounded Suffer From Its
Effects, According to London
Doctor.
A shell explodes in the vicinity of a
soldier. He is unwounded, but vio violently
lently violently shaken, perhaps knocked over
or buried. He loses his senses for a
varying period and his nervous sys system,
tem, system, having suffered a violent shaking,
is no longer what it was. He starts
at the least sound, he cannot sleep, he
has pains in the head and his hands
are slightly tremulous; all, except the
last, symptoms that depend on the
word of the patient and not on the
observation of the doctor. Now, there
is one remarkable fact to be noted
about all these cases, according to a
physician's letter in a Loudon paper.
These men are unwounded. No case of
"shell shock" is ever found t occur
in a soldier who has a wound, no mat matter
ter matter how trivial. It seems as if the
rending of the flesh by a bullet or a
fragment of shrapnel acts as a sort
of safety valve, localizing in the injury
the destructive force that otherwise ia
spent on the nervous system.

Searchlights for Firemen.
The up-to-date Cincinnati fireman i3
going to be an illuminating person,
casting light into all the dark places.
The fire department has invested in a

number of high-powered searchlights,

made to be strapped to the firemen's
backs. The device is Intended for use
in night work and in places where the
smoke is dense. It takes a husky fire

fighter to "bear one of the new search

lights, and still do much fire fighting,

for the machine weighs 30 pounds In
all ; but It throws a 3,000 candle power
beam, and will burn for five hours
steadilv. The battery is carried on

the back, and the headlight shoots for forward
ward forward over the fireman's helmet.

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S

meets at Yonge's hall the second and

fourth rhursday evening of eaca

oionth at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Susan Cook, W. M.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, Secretary.

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

H. C. Avery, Agent.

Jacksonville, Florida
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To serve you as you ought to be servied, and when you are not let us
nsk you again, to let usjknow, for this is the only way we can accomplish

tur desire.

Of course, sometimes, little things go wrong, but they are not inten intentional,
tional, intentional, and, if you will call us up, they will be corrected IMMEDIATELY.

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Red Cross Notes

Mrs. D. S. Welch and Mrs. C. C.

Bailey were in charge of the Red

Cross room Saturday afternoon. They

took in $4.25 and the names of Mrs,

R. H. Todd, Mrs. Elizabeth Freeman

and Miss Martha Todd.

Misses Elizabeth Bennett, Rhoda

Thomas and Carita Camp had charge

jat the Red Cross room this morning

ine ioiiowmg are tne latest mem

bers: Mrs. B. D. Blackburn, Mrs.

Charles Flippen, Mrs. W. T. Whitley,

Mrs. E. W. Merrell, Mr.' L. R. Tram Tram-mell,
mell, Tram-mell, Mr. R. T. Monroes, Mr. E. A.
Polly and Miss Mary Lane.

Tuesday Auction Club
Miss Dorothy Schreiber invites the
members of the Tuesday auction club
to play with her Thursday afternoon,
July 5th, at 4 o'clock.
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Mrs. H. C. Webb of Houston, Texas,
who has been visiting her mother,
Mrs. Fanny Anthony for the past ten
days, left yesterday for Jacksonville,
where she made a short visit to Mr.
Webb's aunt. Mrs. Webb will be join joined
ed joined in New Orleans in a day or two by
Mr. Webb who will accompany her
home. Previous to her Ocala visit,
Mrs. Webb had been on a most inter interesting
esting interesting trip to New Orleans, Montgom Montgomery
ery Montgomery and Chicago with a party of
twenty-two ladies, In New Orleans
Mrs. Webb had the pleasure of meet meeting
ing meeting the great Marconi himself and
also the. other members of the Ital Italian
ian Italian mission.
Miss Ruth Blair has returned home
from a short visit to Mrs. T. W. Gill
in Lakeland.
'
Mrs. B. F. Morrison has returned
home from a most enjoyable visit to
her mother, Mrs. Mary Priest at Fort
McCoy.
Mrs. Marion Harrison Bailey of
Sanibel, formerly Miss Miriam Pas Pasteur
teur Pasteur of Ocala, is the guest of her sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. C. S. Cullen and family for
a month.
Mrs. Alfred Moree and two boys
returned home Saturday from a three
weeks visit to friends in St. Augus Augustine.
tine. Augustine. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Winer and son
Frederick, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Lum Lum-mus
mus Lum-mus and children returned Saturday
from a most delightful motor trip to
Miami, where they were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Douglass and
family.
Misses Mary Connor, Margaret
Little, Dixonia Roberts, Cevie Rob Roberts
erts Roberts and Messrs. Fred De Merritt and
Clifford Long motored from Gaines Gaines-ville
ville Gaines-ville to Lake Weir, where they took
dinner and stopped at Ocala before
they returned to the university.
Miss Irma Blake has returned from
a visit to friends in Jacksonville.
The friends of Mrs. B. F. Borden
will be glad to learn she is able to be
home from the hospital.
Little Miss Evelyn Jackson from
Martel is here visiting her aunt, Mrs.
E. W. Clements.
A class of four women put up 118
cans of tomatoes the other day. With
each Ocala lady doing this it does not
look like we will starve.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ray were vis visitors
itors visitors in Ocala Sunday.

scrap book in the fall for the use of

the school children. Information

along these lines is very frequently

needed cy tne scnooi cmxaren, ana

there is no material to be found.
Notice

The choruses for the Red Cross
pageant to be given July 4th, will

have a rehearsal tonight and Tuesday

night at the Woman's Club house at
8 o'clock. Anyone who is not taking
part in the pageant, and who sings, is

asked to attend and help make the

chorus a big and successful one. More

male voices are especially needed.

Mr. Ed Overbay from Bartow
visiting Mr. Ed Parr and family.

is

Will any one who has any clippings
in regard to Memorial Day or the
Daughters of the Confederacy, or
who run across any in the papers in
the future, please leave them at the
library. These will be put into a

Mrs. S. L. Keefe's friends are sorry

to hear she has been sick for several

days.

Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Morrison and

Mr. Norman Morrison spent Sunday

at the lake.

Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Brooker will

return home tomorrow from a thre

days' visit to relatives in Tampa.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bourlay "of

Leesburg spent Sunday in Ocala with

Dr. and Mrs. G. C. Shephard and lit little
tle little daughter.
Mrs. W. S. Hilands and little daugh daughter
ter daughter Helen and two maids left yester yesterday
day yesterday over the Seaboard for Washing

ton.

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ASHEVILLE 23.20
HENDERSONVILLE 22.30
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DETROIT 48.05

Mrs. John Graham arrived in Ocala

last night from Jacksonville to spend

several days.

Mrs. T. E. Bridges expects to leave

tomorrow for a week's visit to rela

tives in South Carolina, after which

she will go to Hendersonville, N. C,

or three months. Mr. Leroy Bridges

will join his mother in several weeks.

Mr. Tom Wallis left early this
morning for a week's visit to rela relatives
tives relatives in Savannah, Ga.

On account of Wednesday being
the fourth of July, the Eastern Star
sewing circle will not meet this week.
Miss Jeanette Home left last Fri Friday
day Friday for Charleston, S. C, where she
has accepted a position with the gov

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Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dozier of

Jacksonville are .expected in Ocala

this week to visit Mr. Leonard Dozier

and Mrs. Dozier's mother, Mrs. F. L.
Mayo.

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Frink of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville arrived in Ocala Saturday
afternoon. Mr. Frink returned home
yesterday and leaves today for a
three weeks' business trip to South
Florida, during which Mrs. Frink will
visit her father, Mr. D. E. Mclver and
Mrs. H. W. Henry at Oklawaha.
'
Mr. John Taylor and Miss Mamie
Taylor returned from the lake this
morning after spending the week-end.
Miss Elsie Meade spent the day in
Ocala with Mrs. T. E. Bridges.
The funeral of Mrs. Georgia C.

Chamberlain, wife of James B. Cham Chamberlain,
berlain, Chamberlain, who died Friday night, will

take place this morning. The body,

accompanied by the family, will be
forwarded to Birmingham, Ala., and
interment will take place Tuesday.
Mrs. Chamberlain was formerly a
resident of Riverview but had resided
in Jacksonville for the past two

months. Times-Union.
I Mrs. H. T. Lattner has the sympa sympathy
thy sympathy of her many Ocala friends in the
(death of her mother. Mrs. Chamber

lain had recovered from a long siege
of typhoid when blood poisoning set
in. Mrs. Lattner has been with her
mother for several weeks. 4
Blackburn Lowry, son of Dr. S. L.
Lowry, who has been taking a medical
course at the University "of Chicago,
has been commissioned as a lieuten lieutenant
ant lieutenant in the medical corps of the U .S.
army, and assigned to the University
of Chicago unit organized for service
with the army in France. Tampa
Times.
Jackie Saunders appears at the
Temple today in "Sunny Jane," a
Balboa Mutual picture. This is an en entertaining
tertaining entertaining little light comedy with
many sure-fire laughs. How would
you like .to awake at night and find
several white mice playing around
your feet? Have you ever heard a

, romantically inclined young girl de

scribe a thrilling rescue from a kid kidnaper
naper kidnaper which never really happened?
Can you imagine what would happen
in a girls' boarding school for a hun hundred
dred hundred white mice to be turned loose?
This little girl somehow just couldn't
tell the truth, and when the little
star plays Cleopatra she does it -well.

I The plot is of a wealthy young man

who falls in love with a country wild wild-flower.
flower. wild-flower. He sends her to college but
she returns full of mannerisms that
are not his ideals as she thought they
would be, and she almost loses her
knight.

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notify either Miss Cecile Downs or
J. J. Gerig.

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.

We're in business for YOUR health,

and fill your prescriptions just as
your physician orders them. Prompt

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K. of P meets tonight.
Council meets tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
County Commissioners are in ses session.
sion. session. .-:
Mr. A. T. Thomas has returned
home from Atlanta, where he has
been attending to business.
The largest line of bathing caps in
the cityall shades, shapes and col colors.
ors. colors. The Court Pharmacy. 15-tf
Mr. Willi
nam uueoers numerous
friends are congratulating him today
on attaining another birthday.
Mr. Edwin Spencer Jr. will make
the address of the day at a big fourth
of July picnic at Belleview in Marion
county, next Wednesday. Lakeland
Telegram.
The largest line of bathing caps in
the city all "shades, shapes and col colors.
ors. colors. Th? Court Pharmacy. 15-tf
Prof. W. S. Koontz of Sanford,
motored to Ocala yesterday and 'will
spend several days at the Arms
House.
W. K. Lane, xn. Dn Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf
The furlough of Mr. LaGrange Sis Sis-trunk,
trunk, Sis-trunk, who came home last week,
will be up on the 9th, at which time
he will return to Pensacola to go to
sea on board one of Uncle Sam's
fighting ships at once.
The "Ideal" is the name of the very
neat and well ordered restaurant that
S. Demetree has opened in the hand
some corner room of Mclver & Mac-
Kay's renovated block.
Rev. W. II. Coleman preached yes yesterday
terday yesterday at Lake Butler, where he was
stationed for some time. While there
he married a popular couple, one of
the norma school teachers to one of
the town's most substantial business
men.
. Mr. H. Cauthen. of Summerfield.
waSmong the Monday callers at the
jMr office.. He reports the farmers in
-is section ingood spirits. He has,
' besides a numbeSof other good crops,
thirty acres in long V staple cotton,
from which he is sure to reap a boun bountiful
tiful bountiful lot of sheckels this fall.
Prof. Arthur-Williams, of Tallahas Tallahassee,
see, Tallahassee, was in the city-Saturday in the
interest of the State College for Wo Women.
men. Women. He is vice president of the in
stitution and spends his "vacation"
each year in doing missionary work
for the school.
The girls from the industrial
school, in charge of the assistant
superintendent, Mrs. Partridge, came
down town Saturday afternoon to at attend
tend attend the picture show.' They looked
very well in their neat uniform
dresses and seemed to enjoy their
outing immensely.
Mr. Otis Gaskin of Shady and Miss
Mabel Ho gan, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William Hogan, were united in
marriage at the residence of J. E.
Brown, 710 Alvarez street, yesterday
morning. Rev. Bunyan Stephens offi officiated.
ciated. officiated. The young couple left for
Shady shortly afterward to make
their home.

Buy your drugs from the Rexall
store it is always the best drug
N "store.

Advertise in -the Star.
No. 8
REPORT OF THE

RIETROPOLITAN SAVINGS BANK OF OCALA
At Ocala, in the State of Florida, at the Close of Business June 20, 1917

RESOURCES

Loans on real estate

Loans on collateral security other than real estate. ............ 24,688.78

All other loans and discounts

Banking house, furniture and fixtures. .........
Claims and other resources ........
" Due from incorporated banks ........'............,
Checks and exchanges for- clearing . ... .........
Other cash items ............ k. .......... ...i.
Cash on hand ............ .S. i.. ......

Total.
, r.

LIABILITIES

Capital stock paid in ........................
Individual deposits subject to check
--Cashier's checks outstanding .......... .y. .. .,
J Savings deposits
Notes and bills rcdiscounted
Total. ....i. .....1....

STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION, ss.:
I, F. P. Gadson, cashier of the
that the above statement is true to
v Attest:
R. R. WILLIAMS,
G. CROMPTON,
L. R. HAMPTON,
Directors.

lead the Star Want Ads It pays

BIG DAY AT BELLEVIEW

Farmers Will Get Together in that
Pleasant Town on tb
Fourth
You are invited to a "Farmers'
Get-Together Meeting" at Belleview
on July 4th, 1S17. This is the first of
a series of meetings to be held joint jointly
ly jointly by the Marion County Agricultural
Committee on the board of county
commissioners. One will be held in
each commissioner's, district to ac acquaint
quaint acquaint the farmers of the county with
what the commissioners and the agri agricultural
cultural agricultural committee are trying to do
to help the farming interests of the
county.
A regular meeting of the committee
will be held at 10 o'clock in which all
farmers especially those of the third
district are urged to be present.
Speakers will be present from the
University of Florida and talks will
be made upon subjects in which all
are interested. Come to Belleview
July 4th, and take ai active part.
A big barbecue is being prepared
by the citizens of Belleview. Bring
your family and a basket.
R. W. Blacklock,
Marion County Agent.
THE RIGHT SPIRIT
M. Harris, publisher of a paper at
Mounds, III., is not very optimistic,
if we may, judge by a want ad. he had
inserted in a trade oaner. His ad is
follows:
"Wanted A printer to take entire
charge of my weekly paper while I go
to" war. Job may be permanent."
Beaumont Enterprise.
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.
NOTICE
In the Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida, in Chancery. Jennie Til
ler et al, Complainants, vs. H. I
Anderson, et al. Defendants.
The complainants Having filed a
sworn bill in this cause alleging: that
they believe there are persons interest
ed. in the property Involved, whose
names are unknown to them, and thav
ing demanded this order and otherwise
complied with law all parties claiming
interests under is. w. Agnew, deceases.
or under Samuel Agnew, deceased, or
under William D. Branch, deceased, or
under Ze Butt, deceased, or under S.
Benjamin, deceased, or under William
H. Curry, deceased, or under John JF.
Dunn, deceased, or under W. S. DelK,
deceased, or under W. M. Ethridge, de deceased,
ceased, deceased, or under Elizabeth Finley, de deceased,
ceased, deceased, or under Lawrence H. Hender Henderson,
son, Henderson, deecased, or under William S.
Harn, deceased, or under June James,
deceased, or under J. H. Kinsler, de deceased,
ceased, deceased, or under Paran Moody, deceas deceased,
ed, deceased, or under Mary L. Moody, deceased,
or under Mary S. Moody, deceased, or
under. Benjamin Martin, deceased, or
under J. A. Mclver, deceased, or under
Harry T. Nehr, deceased, or under
Louis Nehr, deceased, or under Cones
N. Nehr. deceased, or under Lee Nehr,
deceased, or under William B. Pjrles,
deceased, or under William Pyles, de deceased,
ceased, deceased, or under William Pyles, de deceased,
ceased, deceased, or under Frances M. Pyles, de deceased,
ceased, deceased, or under William Riley, deceas deceased,
ed, deceased, or under Eugenia L. Snowden, de deceased,
ceased, deceased, or under Henry Sinclair, de deceased,
ceased, deceased, or under Mary A. Simmons,
trustee, deceased, or under Charles F.
Todd, deceased, or under John L. Villa Villa-longa,
longa, Villa-longa, deceased, or under David T.
Werner, deceased, or under Samuel 8.
Weiss, deceased, or under William Sin Sinclair
clair Sinclair deceased, and all parties claim claiming
ing claiming an interest in the lands herein hereinafter
after hereinafter described, to-wit:
All, of w of w; se of nw and
nw of sw of section 13; s of ney4
and se4 of section 14; all that part of
e of 8wi of section 14 lying east of
the Ocala and Mcintosh hard road ex except
cept except 15 acres sold to Florida Lime
Company and four acres sold to Rou
and Hall; se of ne and nVa of ne
of section 23, except w4 of s of
nw-of.ne of said section last nam named;
ed; named; w of nw; e of nw of sec section
tion section 24, except ne of ne of nw
and except the s of se of nw!4 of
said section last named, all in town township
ship township 14 south range 21 east, in Marion
county, Florida, he and they are hereby
required to appear to the bill of cam cam-plaint
plaint cam-plaint herein.
. Monday, Jnly 2nd, 1917
It is further ordered, that this order
be published once each week for
twelve consecutive weeks in the Ocala
Evening Star, a newspaper published
in said county and state.
Witness my hand and the seal of
this court, this the 17th dayox March
1917.
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT.
Clerk of Circuit Court Marion County,
Florida. By Ruth Ervln, D. C.
HOCKER AND MARTIN,
Solicitors for Complainant Slt-mom
Advertise in the Star.
CONDITION OF THE

................. ,...........$11,005,69

8,055.96
19,808.25
2,606.87
7,910.27
4,196.96
807.21
3,834.23
.........$82,914.22
.....$ 25,000.00
....... .22,815.46
...... 30.00
....... 25,068.76
....... 10,000.00
...$82,914.22
above named bank, do solemnly sweai
the best of my knowledge and belief.
F. P. GADSON, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 27th day of June, 1917.
(Seal) Pearl E. Anderson,
Notary Public.'

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C- Miss Annie Miller, a popular nurse
of Ocala, arrived in the city last night
and will remain for several days on a
professional visit. Lakeland Tele Telegram.
gram. Telegram. The second ward prayer meeting
will be held at the residence of Mrs.
L. T. Izlar tomorrow afternoon. The
subject for discussion will be "War
or Christian Patriotism." All friends
are cordially invited to be present.
FARMER BEHIND THE TIMES
His Wife Tells How She Has Lived
for Many Years Without Modern
Conveniences.
In the American Magazine a fann fanner's
er's fanner's wife tells of some of her experi experiences.
ences. experiences. She says :
"My husband does not, or will not,
realize that the world has njoved, and
that what were luxuries a generation
ago are necessities now. One of my
children died of typhoid fever, the
germs of which were, no doubt, brought
by flies from the house down the road
where they had the disease; for we
haven't a screen door In the house, and
only a few cheap adjustable screens.
"We sleep on feather beds, because
mattresses cost money, and the feather
beds were, in the house a part of the
furnishings that I married, when I took
my husband for better or for worse. We
have chairs with rounds missing, worn
carpets, nicked dishes and cooking
utensils that have long since outlived
their usefulness.
"The house Is Inconvenient, and for
that reason alone housework Is much
harder than It ought to be, and house housework
work housework Is hard enough in all conscience
on a farm. We have no water in the
house. For 25 years I have fetched
and carried water. There are two
steps between the kitchen and the din
Ing room, which, by the way, was for formerly
merly formerly a bedroom and has no place for
a stove. The parlor' is across a hatt
from the main part of the house and Is
only opened on special occasions."
HOW TO MANICURE CANARY
It Is a Job That Must Be Done, But
Extreme Care Should Always
Be Used.
As a canary grows old, It will be no noticed
ticed noticed that Its claws get long and catch
'on the perches and wires as It hops
about the cage. In a state of nature
the activity of the bird as It moves
about on the ground or among twigs
and limbs keeps the claws properly
worn down. Confined in a cage, the
bird's claws become entirely too long.
It Is necessary, therefore, to trim
them with a pair of sharp scissors ev every
ery every few months. It Is important to
watch the condition of the claws care carefully,
fully, carefully, as by catching they may cause
a broken leg. In each claw a slender
blood vessel extends well down toward
the tip. This may be seen on close
examination through the transparent
sheath of the claw. In trimming cut
well beyond this canal and take spe special
cial special care not to break the leg while
handling the bird.
In cage birds the horny covering of
the bill, as well as the" claws, some sometimes
times sometimes becomes distorted through
growth without sufficient wear. The
tips of the mandibles may be pared
down with a sharp knife, but care
must be taken not to cut deep enough
to reach the quick.
Be Prepared to Meet Trouble.
There is a serious side to life as well
as a carefree one. The average mother
should remember this and should Im Impress
press Impress upon her family the wisdonanof
being prepared to meet whatever trou trouble
ble trouble comes into the home.
Everyone has his or her burdens to
bear, and the old-fashioned habit of
coming forward and making collections
for persons In trouble Isn't in vogue
these days. It is a good thing, too, that
times have changed, for no one need be
dependent upon public or private char charity
ity charity if he or she looks ahead, acknowl acknowledges
edges acknowledges his or her responsibilities and
uses the proper means to meet them.
As a rule it is always the extravagant
and unsystematic person who has to
call for aid ; but the woman who looks
at life "from a business standpoint
who assumes her responsibilities is
always independent and never finds it
necessary to seek assistance from
others.
Owl Not Really Wise Bird.
Since it has been recognized that
the owl Is a beneficial bird, econom economically
ically economically Important as a destroyer of
rats, mice and gophers, there Is an
increasing tendency to restore its
classic significance. Like many peo people
ple people of deliberate manner and few
words, owls are not as wise as they
look. They are quite easily caught
In traps. In case the barn in .which
the owls make their home catches fire
the owls usually burn to death. They
get along very well In captivity when
they are comfortably housed and fed
either mice or a variety of food, but
they cannot live on a diet of raw pork
or b4-
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are ailways welcome.
T. D. Lancaster, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house oppo opposite
site opposite postoffice, east side.
C. W. Hunter, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
The largest line of bathing caps in
the city all shades, shapes and col colors.
ors. colors. The Court Pharmacy. 15-tf

RED LETTER DAY AT

THE BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday was a red letter day at the
Baptist church. The Sunday school
reached high-water mark for mid-sum
mer attendance. After, the lesson
period Mrs. B. D. Adams of the Fi Fi-delis
delis Fi-delis class, read an inspirational paper
on visions using as a theme the vis
ions of Isaiah, and telling of other
Bible visions. This finepaper was
followed by a patriotic program. The
orchestra played patriotic airs, the
school sang America and Miss Clau Claudia
dia Claudia O'Neal and Miss Mabel Aikins
gave beautiful selections in prose and
verse. Masters Harrington Hall and
Kenneth Strohman gave a patriotic
dialogue illustrating with the flag.
The offering of the day went for Y.
M. C. A. work on the field.
Dr. Bunyan Stephens, who has been
pastor of the church for the past five
years gave a brief review of the work
of the church during that period
which marked a steady, healthful, sol
id growth along all lines of endeavor.
The board of deacons by pre-ar-
rangement, occupied the front seats
and every man was in his place. After
Dr. Stephens made his usual announ.
cements Mr. John Edwards, chair
man of the board, asked the privilege
of sepaking, and made a superb per personal
sonal personal appreciation of his pastor, which
he followed by presented, in the name
of the deacons, the following resolu
tions which were unanimously adopt adopted
ed adopted by a rising vote of the church:
'Whereas, Brother Bunyan Steph
ens has served this church faithfully
for five years, and
"Whereas, as he came to us quite
a young man, and we have seen him
develop into one of the ablest Bap Baptist
tist Baptist ministers of our state, therefore
be it resolved:
"That we extend to Brother Steph Stephens
ens Stephens our sincere appreciation for his
untiring and devoted service to our
church during 'his five years of pas
torate. We feel that the spiritual life
which he and Mrs. Stephens have liv
ed in our community has strengthen
ed us as a denomination, and that the
spirituality of our church is stronger
than it has been. God has blessed us
wonderfully by having sent them to
work with us.
"We renew our pledge on the begin beginning
ning beginning of this the sixth year of work,
and promise that we will do all we
can to help our pastor in winning
souls for Christ, thereby making our
church a spiritual stronghold in this
community.
That a copy of these resolutions be
spread on our minutes, a copy given
to Brother Stephens and a copy given
the papers for publication.
By order of the church, July 1, 1917.
Jno. L. Edwards,
Chmn. Board of Deacons.
Mr. Niel Ferguson read resolutions
voicing the sentiment of the Sunday
school teachers and pupils which
showed the love of the officers and
children for their pastor. He likened
him in his teaching and personal in
fluence to the "Great Teacher," and
surely there could be no higher tri
bute.
The resolutions of the Woman's
Missionary Society and the Y. W. A.
were an expression of appreciation of
the sympathy and co-operation and
encouragement of the pastor in the
work of the women.
Miss Claudia O'Neal spoke for the
B. W. P. U., a society composed of the
young people of the church, thanking
Dr. Stephens for his ever-ready help
and guidance, and pledging him the
continued loyalty of "his young peo
ple."
These expressions of affection and
appreciation all came as a complete
surprise to the pastor, who was
greatly touched. He responded with
much feeling and prayer for a deeper
loyalty to Christ in pastor and peo people.
ple. people. This service was the beginning of
the sixth year of service on the part
of Dr. Stephens for the Ocala church.
The Baptists are justly proud of the
splendid record made by their pastor,
not alone in his own church, but in
the town and county. There is no man
more highly respected and esteemed
for "his work's sake" than the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist pastor. He is a "man among
men" and at the same time has the
rare tenderness and sympathy of a
woman. The Star counts Dr. Stephens
one of the best assets of the city for
uplift and betterment and hopes his
citizenship will be long among us.
ALL HOUSEKEEPERS
SHOULD SIGN THEM
The following cards are being sent
out by the emergency service com committee
mittee committee of the General Federation of
Women's Clubs. These cards are be being
ing being distributed by the home econom economics
ics economics committee of the Ocala club, Mrs.
B. H. Seymour chairman. They are
not for club members alone, but for
all housekeepers, who are cordially
invited to aid in the work. They read
as follows:
State Town or City Club
In view of the pressing military
necessity of conserving the food sup supply
ply supply of the nation, I hereby pledge my?
self to do mybit as follows:
"I will use only those amounts of
food required for adequate nourish nourishment.
ment. nourishment. I will endeavor to control the
waste in all kinds of materials in the
household and to live simply. I will
begin now."
Name Street Address
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
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