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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Probably Will be Important City of Stryj, Ac According
cording According to Dispatch from Petrograd

MEANTIME A COUNTER OFFENSIVE

Available reports do not indicate
important engagements on any battle
front. The Germans again attacked
at three points in the Verdun section
but were repulsed, according to the
French report.
An unofficial dispatch from Petro Petrograd
grad Petrograd indicates that Stryj may be the
next objective of the Russians in
, Galicia. This is considered an im important
portant important railroad junction. Russian
military writers say counter attacks
may be expected on the northern
front.
TWO AMERICAN VESSELS SUNK
; Washington, July 13. The sinking
of the American barkentine Hilde Hilde-gaard
gaard Hilde-gaard and the American schooner
Mary W. Bowen without loss of life
is announced.
s CUTTING THRU THE CARPATH CARPATH-;
; CARPATH-; IANS '.,
Washington, July 13. Embassy
dispatches show that the Russian of offensive
fensive offensive has cut b the south at the
foot of the Carpathians in such a way

(' as to affect seriously the Austrians
operating against the restored Ru-!
nianians.
' ONLY MINOR OPERATIONS
' London, July 13. Operations on
the British front today were confined
to raids, it is officially announced.
RUSSIANS ON THE RAMPAGE
Petrograd, July 13. The Russians
took prisoner ten officers, 850 men,3
mostly German, five heavy guns and
ten machine guns in the ,'Galician
- fighting Wednesday, it is officially
announced.

OPERATING IN ARIZONA
Presence of German Spies in Mining
Camps Has Been
Proven
(Associated Press)
Miami, Ariz., July 13. At least ten
German subjects, two of whom of of-.
. of-. ficials believe are army officers, are
located here and at nearby mining
camps. Heavy guards of United
States soldiers have been placed
around the powder plants of the min mining
ing mining companies.
OCALAlS HONOR ROLL
Navy Recruiting Station,
Room 211, Postoffice Building,
Ocala, Fla., July 13, 1917.
The following named men having
passed examination for U. S. navy,
were sent to Atlanta for final exami
nation:
George Cyrus Rivenbark, Bushnell,
engineer's corps.
Goldie B. McAllister, Citra, appren
tice seaman.
Postmaster W. T. Dupree of Citra
and Assistant Postmaster C. L. Sut
ton of Bushnell visited this office and
brought several applicants along with
tfiem, and stated that they had a few
v more prospects in view. Postmaster
J. N. Willis of Williston,' Fla., has
sent in about seven applicants. v
Aviators Wanted
Men there are a few openings for
aviators. Call at this office for in information.
formation. information. Also machinists wanted,
pay to begin with $44 plus $8 increase
during present state of war that
exists. Other appointments for' bright"
young men. Call around and enlist
while you have the chance.
Wm. B. Schlereth,
Commissary Steward, U. S. N.
Choice Western steaks, mutton
chops and pork chops at the Delicates Delicatessen
sen Delicatessen JShop.' 2t V
The largest line of bathing caps in
the city all shades, shapes and col colors.
ors. colors. Th2 Court Pharmacy. 15-tf

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BY TEUTONS Oil THE
PEGTATIONS OF THE
(Associated Press)
MEN FROM FLORIDA
GO TO MACON
Going to Train in Same Division with
. Alabama and Georgia
Guardsmen
(Associated Press)
Washington, July 13. The Tenth
Division of National Guardsmen, com com-posed
posed com-posed of the troops from Georgia,
Florida and Alabama have been as assigned
signed assigned to the Macon camp. The Sev Seventh
enth Seventh Division, composed of troops
from Pennsylvania, 'has been assigned
to Augusta. v
INFORMATION FOR MEN
REGISTERED FOR
THE NATIONAL ARMY
Local Boards -1.
In every county in the United
States and for every city of over
30,000 there are one or more local
exemption boards. Each of such
boards is in charge of the registra registration
tion registration cards' of persons registered in
the area over which the board has
jurisdiction, and has jurisdiction of all
claims for exemption except those
based on industrial grounds. Find
out what board has your card and
where the office of that board is.
District Boards
2. In every federal judicial district
are one or more district boards hav having
ing having appellate jurisdiction over a num number
ber number of local boards and having orig original
inal original jurisdiction of. claims for exemp exemption
tion exemption on industrial grounds. If you in intend
tend intend to "make a claim on industrial
grounds, including agriculture, .learn
what district board to apply to.
Red Ink Serial Numbers
3. Every boardhas numbered the
cards in its jurisdiction with red ink
in a series running from 1 to the
number representing the total nunv
ber of cards in its jurisdiction. Lists
showing the names of persons in the
jurisdiction of each board and the red
ink. number of each card are open to
inspection at the office of each board.
Inspect the list and inform yourself
of your red ink serial number.
Order of Liability
. 4. These red ink numbers are to be
drawn by lot to determine the order
in which registered persons are to be
called by the various local boards.
As soon as the drawing is complete
lists showing the order in which these
red ink numbers are drawn will be
published in the press, and will be
posted at the office of each local
board. Go to your local board and
find out the order in which you stand
for call.
Call for Examination
5. As soon as quotas are assigned
to each state and each board, each
board will call upon persons whose
cards are in its jurisdiction instruct
ing them1 to present themselves for
examination. This call will be posted
at the office of the local board and the
papers will be "requested to print it.
A notice will also be mailed to you,
but the posting of the list at the office
of the board will be deemed sufficient
notice to charge you with the duty of
presenting yourself. The law there therefore
fore therefore makes it your duty to inform
yourself when you are called. The
mailing is for your convenience, but
if the letter never reaches you, you
can not make that an excuse. Watch
the lists at tbe' office of your board
and see whentyou are called for ex examination,
amination, examination, x
Physitt Examination
6. You must report for physical

IA

MUSCOVITES

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FRONT IS AMONG THE EX-
FINLAND WIS
10 BE FREE
Its Diet is Advancing Resolutions
that Practically Declare
Its Independence
:
(Associated Press)
Petrograd, July 13.- The Finnish
diet has passed to second reading a
bill virtually establishing Finnish in
dependence. The situation is regard regarded
ed regarded as of so serious a nature here that
a late cabinet meeting was held, and
ministers who were with the army
were summoned. Socialist members
of the cabinet are reported in sym sympathy
pathy sympathy "with the movement. Newspa
per criticism is sharp, one saying that
Russia should not tolerate such inde
pendence.
examination oh the day named in your
call. '-
(a) If you are found physically
disqualified the board will give you a
certificate which will explain to you
what your further duties are.
(b) If you are physically qualified
and file a claim for exemption within
7 days after your call you will be
given 10 days after filing you claim
of exemption to file proof in support
of yojjr claim of exemption. See (7)
below. J
(c) If you are found physically
qualified and file no claim for exemp exemption,
tion, exemption, or if you do not appear for physi
cal examination, your name will be
posted to the district board as one
who was called for military, service
and was not exempted or discharged.
On the eighth day after call, or within
two days thereafter, copies of the list
of persons so posted to the district
boards will be given to the press with
a request for publication, will be post posted
ed posted in a place at the office of the local
board accessible to the public view,
and notice will be mailed to you at
the address on your registration card.
Therefore watch the notices posted
in the office of the board about 10 days
after the day you were called and
make .arrangements for the prompt
receipt of mail.
Seven Days to File Claims of Exemp Exemp-(
( Exemp-( tion or Discharge
(Except for industrial or agricul agricultural
tural agricultural reasons.)
7. (a) No claim of discharge on
account of the industry in which you
are engaged can be decided by a lo local
cal local board. (See Par. 15 below.)
(b) Whether you file'a claim of ex exemption
emption exemption or not, you must present
yourself for physical examination on
the day named in the notice.
From the day notice that you are
called is mailed and posted you you
have seven days in which you may file
a claim of exemption or discharge.
The form for filing this claim is sim simple.
ple. simple. If you wish to file such a claim
(a) Go to the board and get Form
110 for exemption or Form 121 for
dischargel If the board has not the
printed forms ask to consult the form
pamphlet and copy the form shown
there.
(b) Fill out the proper form and
file it with the board.
(c) Do this within seven days of the
posting and mailing of notice to you
to present yourself.
The following are the only grounds
for exemption:
1. That you are an officer, legisla legislative,
tive, legislative, executive, or judicial of the Unit United
ed United States, a state or territory, of the
District of Columbia.
2. "That you are a regular or duly
ordained minister of religion.
3. That you were on May 18, 1917,
a student preparing for the ministry

00 AIi A, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 13,4917.

ARE HEEDED FOR REGULARS,

IIATIOIIAL
(Associated
Washington, July 13. Formal an announcement
nouncement announcement has been made by the
war department that 687,000 men will
be selected for the first national army
and to fill vacancies in the regular
army and national guard. The fol following
lowing following is the quotas of the states
named:
Alabama, 13,612. y
Georgia, 18,337.
Florida, 6,325.
South, Carolina, 8,100.
TO BE DRAFTED
JULY 2300
f
Department Announces the Order in
Which the Selected Men
Will be Drawn
(Associated Press)
Washington, July 13. Secretary
Baker has announced that in the
drawing to select the men by draft
into the war army numbers will be
drawn representing everyone of the
nearly ten million men registered, so
that every man will know the order
in which he is liable to be called into
service. Liability will be fixed by the
order in which the names are drawn.
There are six thousand districts,
so that the first number drawn will
represent the first six thousand that
will have to appear before the ex exemption
emption exemption boards.
It is estimated that more than fifty
per cent of the men examined will
fail to pass and more than one million
men will probably have to appear be before
fore before the examining boards before the
first six thousand men are obtained.
The drawing will not take place this
week, but will probably be held July
23rd, it is indicated.
Only twenty-four states have com completed
pleted completed the organization of their ex exemption
emption exemption boards.
The drawing will probably be held
in the reception room of the war de department.
partment. department. Secretary Baker has an announced
nounced announced that he is willing to do the
drawing.
At the drawing numbers will be
used from one to a. number corres
ponding with the total of the largest
district in the country. The first
number drawn will determine what
man iri each district will be taken
first.
in any recognized theological or divin
ity school.
4. That you are in the military or
naval service of the United States.
5. That you are a subject of Ger Germany,
many, Germany, whether you have taken out
papers or not.
6. That you are a resident alien
who has not taken out first papers.
In addition to claims for exemp exemption
tion exemption claims for discharge may be
made on any of the following grounds
for discharge by a local board:
1. That you are a county or mu
nicipal officer.
2. That you are a customhouse
clerk.
3. That you are employed by the
United States in the transmission of
mails.
4. That you are an artificer or
workman employed in an armory,
arsenal, or navy yard of the United
States.
5. That you are employed in the
service of the United States (under
certain conditions). See paragraph
(e) of section 20, regulations.
6. That you are a licensed pilot
regularly employed in the pursuit of
your vocation.
7. That you are a mariner actually
employed in the sea service of any
citizen or merchant within the Unit United
ed United States.
8. That you are a married man
with a wife or child dependent on you
for support.

9. That you have a widowed
mother dependent on your labor for
support.
10. That you have aged or infirm
parents dependent upon your labor for
support.
11. That you are the father of a

AUD THE
ARMY
Press)
HEMMED UP
111 HEAVEN
Imperialists in Peking Were Lacking
Faith, So They Gave
Up
- (Associated Press)
Tien Tsin, July 13. Republican
headquarters has announced that an
attack would be made on the Forbid Forbidden
den Forbidden City at the first opportunity, be because
cause because General Chang refused to
mediate.
FIGHTING AT PEKING
London, July 13. Fighting began
outside of Peking this morning, ac according
cording according to an Exchange Telegraph
dispatch from Tien Tsin.
FIGHTING IN FORBIDDEN CITY
Tien Tsin, July 13. The republi
cans report that 3,000 monarchists
surrendered in the Temple of Heaven
after a two-hour fight. General Chang
took refuge in the Dutch legation.
Fighting is in progress in the For Forbidden
bidden Forbidden City and fire is raging there.
ATTACKED WITH ALL ARMS
Shanghai, Thursday. Republican
soldiers attacked Peking at 4 o'clock
this morning, using artillery, machine
guns and airplanes!
motherless child under 16 dependent
upon your labor for support.
12. That you are a brother of an
orphan child or children under 16 de dependent
pendent dependent on your labor for support.
13. That you are a member of
any well-recognized religious sect or
organization organized and existent
May 18, 1917, and whose then exist existing
ing existing creed or principles forbade its
members to participate in war in any
form and whose religious convictions
are against war or participation
therein in. accordance with the creed
or principles of said religious organi organization.
zation. organization. 1
, These are the only grounds for ex exemption
emption exemption or discharge by- a local
board.
Another person can file a claim in
your behalf, but must use different
forms in filing the claim.
Ten Days After Filing Claim to File
Proof
8. Your claim of exemption or dis discharge
charge discharge must be filed within seven
days of the day on which notice to you
that you are called was posted and
mailed. But after you have filed your
claim for exemption or discharge you
have ten days within which to file
proof.
The method of proving claims is
Very simple but it is rather exact. If
you follow the rules given below you
will have done what is required of
you.
First. Go to the local board and
consult the regulations to find out the
form number of the affidavits that
you must submit for your particular
claim.
Second. Ask the board for the
blank affidavits that are necessary in
presenting your proof; if the board
has not the forms, ask to consult the
pamphlet of forms.
Third. Have the affidavits proper
ly accomplished and return them to
the board within the time limit as
signed you 10 days from the filing
of your claim.
Remember:
(a) You must submit your proof in
the prescribed form and the board
has no authority to exempt or dis discharge
charge discharge you unless your submit all the
affidavits required by regulations.
(b) There will be no argument be
fore the board and no proof other
than the prescribed affidavits unless
the board calls for other proof which
it will do inonly a limited number of
cases.
Wlien Claims are Decided
9. Every claim for discharge or
exemption will be decided by the local

GUARD

On ATI Commodities Exported
from America

EXCEPT WHEN THE BILL OF LADING IS GIVEII FEDERAL LI LICENSE
CENSE LICENSE WITH THE EXPORT COUNCIL'S IIIDOIUIT

(Associated
k .Washington, July 13. An embargo
1 1 m mm m
eitecuve immediately against all ship shipments
ments shipments intended for export of com commodities
modities commodities named in the president's ex export
port export proclamation, except when a bill
of lading is presented with a. federal
license number-furnished or authoriz authorized
ed authorized by the export council at Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, has been ordered by the Ameri American
can American Railway Association's commis commission
sion commission on car service.
WILSON DOESN'T WANT IT
WEAKENED (
Washington, July 13. The presi president
dent president is expected to use his influence to
prevent the emasculation of the food
bill. He is opposed to the Gore sub substitute.
stitute. substitute. Food Administrator Hoover
is understood to oppose the Gore bill,
believing it would nullify the objects
the government hoped to obtain.
SIXTEEN CAMP
SITES SELECTED
National Guardsmen will Go Into
Training Before Drawing of
Selective Army Begins
(Associated Press)
Washington, July 13. The selec
tion of sixteen camp sites for the
national guard has been completed.
Secretary Baker has approved of
Kattiesburg, Miss., and Alexandria,
La., as camp sites, but it has been an
nounced that he will change the Fay-
etteville, N. C, site to Charlotte, N.
C.
The routing of the guardsmen from
all the states to the camps has been
worked out and it is a fact that the
guards will be under training before
the drawing of the selective arms be
gins.
It is indicated that the men drawn
to see service first will be only those
who are assigned to fill vacancies in
the guard and regulars.
NEW MAXWELL OWNERS
, Mr. G. H. Whittington of Micanopy
and Mr. Wilson of Kendrick, yester
day bought Maxwell cars.
' Mr. Perry, the A C. L. agent at
Kendrick, Mr. -R. M. Wise of Dunnel
Ion, Mr. Haywood Rigsbee of Crystal
River and Mr. Carl Schneider of
Archer bought Maxwell cars this
week.
Veal roasts, veal cutlets, veal stews,
pickled pigs feet, frankfurters, liver liver-wurst,
wurst, liver-wurst, imported Swiss cheese and dill
pickles at the Delicatessen Shop to
day. 2t
board within three days after your
affidavits have been filed.
Certificate of Exemption or Discharge
10. If your claim is allowed a, cer
tificate of exemption or discharge will
be issued to you.
Remember:
(a) This certificate may be recalled
at any time..
(b) If it is temporasy or condi conditional,
tional, conditional, it becomes of' no effect when
the time or the condition named are
fulfilled.
(c) You have been drawn for mili military
tary military service and when the condition
that has postponed your posting to
the colors ceases you may be recalled
at any time.
(d) Remember that your case may
still be appealed to the district board
by the government and on this appeal
your, certificate may be withdrawn at
once. WTien so withdrawn you stand
precisely as though you had been se
lected for military service by the loca
board.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)

VOL. 23, NO. 170.

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Press)
101 OFF II
Uncertainty About Food Control
Legislation Holds Wheat
Market Up
(Associated Press)
Chicago, July 13. For the first
time in the history of the Chicago
Board of Trade, wheat trading today
came to a standstill. There were no
bids and no offers. The halt is at attributed
tributed attributed to uncertainty over food con control
trol control legislation.
HEED THE
Arizona and New Mexico Both Con
sider "Industrial Workers"
- Undesirable
(Associated Press)
Douglas, Ariz., July 13. -A special
train of freight and cattle cars bear
ing 1,200 Industrial Workers of the
World, deported from Bisbee yester
day, has been sidetracked at Her Her-manas,
manas, Her-manas, twelve 'miles from Columbus,
New Mexico. Columbus authorities
declined to allow the men to stop
in that city. Douglas citizens expect expected
ed expected they would come here. Orson Mc-
Rae, a member of the citizens' posse,
was killed by James Brew, a striker.
Drew was killed by McRae's friends.
-
ABOUT TO BE STARVED OUT
Columbus,' N. M., July 13. The
deported Industrial Workers have left
Hermanas for Columbus. Citizens ',
turned out heavily armed to repel an
"invasion." The workers are in a des
perate situation from lack of food.
ANTHONY
Anthony, July 13. Mrs. Bell and
daughter of Williston are in Anthony
for a few days.
Mr. Johnnie Talton i3 the happy
owner of a new Maxwell which he
purchased last week.
Miss Maud Brown t returned last
week from Jacksonville, where she
has been the guest of liss Willard
Bishop for the past ten days.
Mrs. N. B. Plummer and daughter
have been visiting Mrs. Ed Carmich Carmich-ael
ael Carmich-ael of Ocala for the past week.
Miss Harnell of Anthony is visit visiting
ing visiting her sisters in Jacksonville at their
lovely home in Springfield.
Mrs. H. A. Meadows, Miss Stella
Moore and Miss Julia Meadows will
leave for Brunswick, Ga., at an early
date.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lamb will leave
for Savannah the first of next week.
Mrs. N. W. Meadows returned from
Brunswick, Ga., last week, having
spent several weeks there.
Mr. W. J. Bell left for his home at
Oxford Tuesday.
Mrs. H. W. Hoffman and other
friends were in Ocala Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon Sea bass, red snapper and pompano
at the Delicatessen Shop today. 2t
Aniline Poisons the Eye.
When sharpening a colored pencil,
be careful not to get anyof the duil
Into the eye. Many such ivencils are
dyed with aniline, and several cases of
severe injury are reported. In rne
Archives of Ophthalmology, Dr. It. J.
McCurdy tells of a young woman who
.not only had the white of her eye
stained blue, but who had to have aa
operation performed to separate tha
lower lid ffom the eyeball, the? hav having
ing having grown tojjctlicf hi tu healing of
the sore produced the culling

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OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1917

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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PEOPLE OF SEMINOLE ;
. ARE TO BE PITIED

ALAS, POOR FLORIDA

A few weeks ago, we admitted to
the Star an article from Mr. R. B.

Bowers, expressing hi3 views on theo-
logical subjects. We did not agree
with the article; some parts of it we
thought unreasonable, but it was in interesting,
teresting, interesting, and we could see no harm
in printing it. Rev. J. R. Herndon of
this city replied to it, and we sup supposed
posed supposed the matter was ended.
It appears however that the article
has been submitted to the board of
instruction of Seminole county, and
the said board has in consequence de decided
cided decided that Mr. Bowers is not a proper
person t6 teach children, and has de decided
cided decided not to fulfill an agreement that
it had with him to act as principal of

the Sanford schools.
We are not particularly sorry for
Mr. Bowers. He can obtain a better
situation. Only a few days before he
left here, he had turned down a much
better offer from r, town in another
state, on account of his agreement
.with the officials of Seminole county.
He was faithful to his implied con contract,
tract, contract, altho it was to his pecuniary
loss. The officials of Seminole are
unfaithful to their agreement for a
reason that the constitution of their
country declares is out of their prov province.
ince. province.
We should not want Mr. Bowers to
teach any of his theological ideas to
children in a public school. And we
.thou Id not want a Protestant preach preacher,
er, preacher, a Catholic priest, a Jewish rabbi,
an agnostic or an infidel to express
his views. The public schools are no
place for any but secular instruction.
All kinds of people send their children
to them, all are taxed to keep them
up, and the religious beliefs or dis disbeliefs
beliefs disbeliefs of any or all should not be ex expressed
pressed expressed in them.

It is rank bigotry however to say
that because a man teachesin the
public schools that he shall not have
his own ideas on religion, and that he

shall not be permitted to express

them to his friends, or in the press.

It is not on record that Mr. Bowers

has ever violated the ethics of public

school teaching. He taught for

while in the Ocala high school. The

superintendent of public instruction

of this county has just informed us

that Mr. Bowers was a good teacher,
and that while he was in Ocala he did
nothing that the school authorities
could object to.
During his residence in this city, he
was regarded as a good citizen, and
won the sincere friendship of many.
His practical persecution by the
school authorities of Seminole will
win him many more.
We are sorry for the people of
Seminole. Their school board has
shown that, it is tainted with the
, bigotry of the seventeenth century;
that its members think they are teach teaching
ing teaching Sunday schools instead of public
schools. For that matter, Mr. Bow Bowers
ers Bowers has been a good Sunday school

worker, trying to help lead children
in the path of kindness and truth. All
his discussions on theology have been

with grown men and women, who are
not supposed to be in need of school

board members as chaperones.
TOO MUCH TRUTH

and consumes more mailorder whisky
than any other member of the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church in this county, is doing a
poor business. His store is dirty and
dusty. It is a wonder he has any bus business
iness business at all.
Rev, Sty preached last Sunday
night at the Christian church. His
sermon was punk and uninteresting,
except some stuff he quoted from Bob
Ingersoll, for which he failed to give
Bob any credit. He also recited a
few passages from one of William
Elbert Munsey's sermons and had the
gall to palm it off as his own.
Dave Charter died at his home two

miles north of this place, last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night. Dock Holderness, who is
an old friend of the family, attended
him a few minutes before he expired.

He gave it out that Dave died of heart
failure. That is a lie. Dave died

from drinking too much oi a very

pcor grade of mail order licker. This

paper prints the truth.

Tom Spradlin married Miss Cordie

Meador last trades' day. at the coun

ty seat. It am t generally known, but

the marriage was brought about

mainly by a Remington shotgun man

ipulated by the' bride's father, Tom

concludin' that marryin' was the

healthiest thing he could do until

other arrangements could be made

Roger Lloyd, cashier of the State

Bank at Willow Grove, died Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening and was buried Friday

by the Odd Fellows in Pleasant

Mound cemetery. He has been tak

frig this paper seven years and so far

hasn't paid us a cent; we thinking

that he being a banker, would pay
some time. We will sell the account

for two bits' worth of fresh greens.

Married: Miss Susie Scruggs and
Horace Guffin, last Saturday, at the
Methodist parsonage, Rev. James C.
Williams officiating. The bride is
a very ordinary town girl who flirts
with all the traveling men she meets
and never helped her mother three
days all put together in her whole
life. She is anything but a beauty,
resembling a gravel pit in the face,

and walks like a duck. The groom is
a natural-born loafer and bum. He

never did a lick of work until his

stepdaddy run him off from home last
fall. He went to the county seat, and

just before starving to death, accept

ed a job as chambermaid in a livery

stable. As soon as his ma found out
where he was, she went' and got him

and brought Jiim home. He now re resides
sides resides at the home of his wife's father
and says that he has no definite plans
for the future. Susie will have a
hard row to hoe.

CAN YOU BEAT THIS?

Can any county in Florida beat
this for cotton ? A Hawthorne com company
pany company has 400 acres in cotton on the
'Anthony Farms Company's land in a
solid body. It is as high as a tall

man's head and literally covered with
bolls and bloom, many of the bolls
ready to open. .The cotton field is a

beauty and has been given the best of

work and attention. Speculation is
rife as" to whether it will make a bale

to, the acre or half that much. Either

means big money.

Says the Tampa Times: Gov. Sid Sidney
ney Sidney J. Catts is at present visiting
Washington, and it is said the object
of his trip is to present further pleas
for the pardon of his brother-in-law,
Blake Campbell, who was sent to. the
federal penitentiary at Atlanta for
robbing a Montgomery bank of thou thousands
sands thousands of dollars. It was in behalf of
Campbell, Alabaman, that the gov governor
ernor governor wrote an insulting letter to the
attorney general of the United States,
in which he threatened to run for the
presidency because Woodrow Wilson
refused to throw the burdens of war
aside and pardon a man who had ad

mitted his guilt..

Gov. Catts, erstwhile minister of

the gospel, has disrupted the board
of control of state institutions by de

manding the election of Joe L. Ear-

man, who quit the whisky business

when he saw that business was doom- j
ed by public sentiment, and assumed

control of the higher educational in institutions
stitutions institutions of Florida, including the

University of Florida and the Flor

ida College for Women. Earman, who
always refused to drink the stuff he

sold to other men, aided the governor

in his campaign. He was at the time
in the liquor business. The governo
recently admitted in a speech that the
liquor men had furnished money to
the Free Press, his Jacksonville or

gan, thereby" contributing to his
(Catts') election. Therefore, it seems
that he would pay his debt to the li liquor
quor liquor men by forcing Earman upon
other members of the board of con control,
trol, control, one or more of whom resigned
when the governor's wishes became
known. This is the attitude of a man
who claims the right to preach the
gospel.

Gov. Catts has recently secured the
appointment of a man named Rhodes,

a Tennesseean, as manager of the
Florida State Market Bureau. He not
only went out of the state to get a
man for this position, but, i is said,

appointed a rank republican to an im

portant office in a democratic state-

that is, a state which was supposed to

be democratic until Sidney J. Catts
was elected governor. Mr. Rhodes is

said to have run for Congress in a

Tennessee district in the i last elec

tion, making his race on the republi

can ticket. It is also said that he

would have contested the election had
the republican party .secured control

of the House of Representatives. As
that dream was not realized, he gets
i'balm of Gilead" from Governor Catts

in the shape of the position which he
now holds, and to which he is in no
wise entitled. .
. Gov. Catts ousts Sheriff Dowling
of Duval county from an office to
which he was elected and replaces
him with Henry Hayes Lewis of Jack Jackson
son Jackson county, who had never voted in
Duval county, and who lost his posi position
tion position as collector of internal revenue

for Florida as a result of exercising

his vocal organs against the rules of

the department.

It is said that Governor Catts con

templates "firing" officers of Monroe

county, of which Key West is the
seat, because they failed to give the

Island City a "clean-up" in two weeks,
also that he will replace these officials

with political friends.

Gov. Catts sent an asinine letter to

Richard Henry Edmonds, editor of

the Manufacturers' Record and

staunch friend of Florida, suggesting
that he (Edmonds) get up an army
of Marylanders and come down to

Florida and see what he (Catts)

would do to them. This in response

to a request from Mr. Edmonds, made

to governors of other southern states

for information relative to the state's

preparation for war against Ger
many. -V ;

This is the Catts way of governing

our state.
Poor Florida!

CLIFF STANDS UP
FOR HIS COUNTY

Editor Star: In your heading re regarding
garding regarding the Bowers and Seminole
county board of public instruction af affair,
fair, affair, I think that you were just a lit little
tle little too severe when you speak of the
Seminole county board of public in

struction .being dominated by "relig "religious
ious "religious bigots." I have known prac practically
tically practically the entire board since my
youngest boyhood days and know
them all to be good, clean, hard hard-thinking,
thinking, hard-thinking, Christian gentlemen, and I
know they are doing what they feel
is best for the schools.
Religion is a subject very seldom, if
ever, brought up before the board
and all of the members of the board
are broad and open-minded on the

subject. The system of schools in

bemmole county is worthy of the
pride of any county and the people
have chosen well I think in their
present board.

Knowing you as I do I know you

would do no man or body of men an
injustice knowingly, so I write this
simply to correct An impression you
may have regarding this body of men
on account of the stand they have

taken on a subject that every man
has a right to judg for himself.

Very sincerely yours,
Cliff Peabody.

If

NO RESTLESSNESS OB BACKACHE

Lb Ulutt 2

1)

iUdney, Bladder and Urio Aesd TsgzjMqo Bring
flisery To Many

-' i ' 1

WACAHOOTA

"vvTieii the kidneys are weak or diseased, these natural filters do not

cleanse the blood sufficiently, and the poisons are carried to all parts of the

body. There follow Depression, Aches and Pains, Heaviness, Drowsiness,

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

in tnxen Trvrtav a Tw.tnr Piptva "has nrm need with the local drurrists for its

Warahont .Tnlv 11 Aff covoral I oo-

ramy days last week it has cleared off distribution. It s surprising: that so many of us never suspect our kidneys even
and old Sol shines forth with all his . . T m n
might. wiic a thev eive a fan warnins: that something is wron.ee.. Like all filters they

Gibbons invited a large number oi become clocrered most freauentlv. A fiftv-cent package of "Anuria" however.

vuv -mw mm ureiu ail ... . , f -i -i 1 J

Mr. Gibbon's father's, near Archer, win give renewed Hie. Sena iu cents ior large tnai pacKae, or write symproms

come and nothing was iefr undone and send sample of urine to Doctor Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo. N.Y.

xnai wouia aaa to anyone's pleasure.

lney were ably assisted in entertain

ing by Mr. Gibbons' mother, Mrs.
George Gibbons, who opened her en entire
tire entire house for the enjoyment of the

crowd. Messrs. Smith and Gibbons

had prepared a toothsome barbecue

of mutton and kid, and it was cooked

to please the appetite of the most
fastidious. Mr. Retis Smith was
chief "barbecuer" and he thoroughly

understands the work. Nice baker's
bread and a barrel of ice lemonade
were also furnished by these young
men. The ladies baskets revealed sal

ads, pickles, chicken and cakes and
a 1 1 -a

custaras gaiore. ine dinner was

spread on a long table near the house

under the shade 1 of some handsome

oaKs, ana 'tis needless to add was

fully enjoyed. The day was spent in

games, music, listening to the graph graph-ophone
ophone graph-ophone and chatting with friends
About seventy-five persons from Ar

cher, Micanopy, Flemington,' Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Jacksonville with the immed

iate neighborhood enjoyed this occas occasion.
ion. occasion. And it was with reluctance that

they bid their hosts adieu.

Messrs. H. H. Herren and T.ntA

Howell invited a few friends to snend

tne 4tn witn tnem on Liedwith lake

and enjoy a fish fry. They all arriv

TEMPERAE

ICE NOTES

(By the National Woman's Chris Christian
tian Christian Temperance Union.)

WHEN YOU HAVE PAID
RENT YOU HAVE

YOUR

We poor newspaper men are con continually
tinually continually being abused because we do
so often try to gloss things over in instead
stead instead of telling the unornamented
truth. The following from the Dal Dallas
las Dallas Pitchfork may put some of our
friends wise to how the undiluted
facts would -sometimes look in print:
A West Texas editor got tired of
biing called a "liar" because of an oc occasional
casional occasional typographical error or slight
disarrangement of the facts in pub publishing
lishing publishing a commonplace news item. In
his, wrath, he announced in boldface
type as follows: :
"A lot of people in this town fall
out with the editor and brand him as
a liar when the ordinary human mis mis-tikes
tikes mis-tikes of life show up in a newspaper.
You have a little charity and fellow
feelin' for every man in town but
your editor. You claim that you want
the facts, and d d if I don't give
'em to you. Read the next issue of
this sheet and you'll see some facts
'with the bark off. I'll admit that I
have been a liar, an editorial liar,
ever since I have been editing this
sheet, but I have never printed a lie
in these columns except to save some somebody's
body's somebody's feelings from being hurt. r I'm
not afraid of any of you and IU be
dad blamed if I don't print the plain
truth from now on, or until you get
out of the habit of calling me a liar
every time I make some little un unavoidable
avoidable unavoidable typographical error. Watch
my smoke." ,.
Here are some of the paragraphs,
culled from the next issue.
John Bennin, the laziest merchant
in town, made a trip to Belleville yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. John Coyle, our groceryman, who
voted with the republicans in 1896,

KISSED IT GOODBYE

Why not pay a small amount each

month and see it go into
YOUR OWN' HOME.

I have a number of houses you can

buy that way at
$10 A MONTH

call and see 'my list ofhouses from

$1000.00 up.
L M. MURRAY

TWO FORDS FOR SALE

One 1914 Touring Car.
One 1915 Touring Car.

Both in good condition. Cash or
terms. Maxwell Agency, Ocala. 3td

Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drugstore in Ocala

employing more than one registered

pharmacist. tf

Room 5 Holder BIk.

Ocala, Fla.

Wo Use Wearing
A Shiny Palm Beach Suit

We clean and press them with without
out without the use of smoothing irons.
Let us send for yours.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Just Phone 101

Evening Star
Unclassified
Ads.
Bring
Results

RATES Twenty-five words
or less one time 25 cents;
three times 50 cents; six
times 75 cents. Over twenty-five
words, and under fif fifty,
ty, fifty, double above rate.
This rate is for consecutive
insertions. Special rate by
the month. Try them out.
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PROM WASHINGTON TO WASH

INGTON.

Five years ago there were nine dry

states, and it had taken over sixty

years to get tnem. jnow mere are
twenty-six, the District of Columbia

and Alaska, with at least two states

to vote upon state-wide prohibition

November next. One may now take a

transcontinental trip from Washington

city to Washington state, from Chesa

peuke bay to Puget sound, on a high

way curve that is not merely dry,

but, thanks to the Sixty-fourth con

gress, "bone-dry." And one may jour

ney in a straight line from the north

pole to the Gulf of Mexico on abso absolutely
lutely absolutely dry land and water and ice.

ed early to try the fish and ere long Texas has the only wet land on the

tne nream and perch begun to bite j route, ana so mucn or tnat state is
and it was sport to pull them in. j dry that the traveler can easily avoid

Aoout lyisu a hre was made and the wet spots

pieparauons maae 10 cook ainner.
Coffee Was marfp cnrnKi-sail frnrnA

over the fire and seventy-five bream A-QUESTION OF HEALTH.

ana perch were fried. The ladies Alcoholism, remarks an exchange,
spread the table and the baskets were 4ias long ceased to be a question of
found to contain fried chicken, coun- morals. It Is now recognized as one

the country's most important health

TrnJ problems." This is why all over the

the great work of eaW hp country we ttna health omciais preacn

ery one ate all they wanted and then inS against the excessive use of alco alco-some.
some. alco-some. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed holic stimulants and indeed, -urging
the day and the light rain in the total abstinence as the surest way of
morning did not dampen the pleasure prolonging life 'and Insuring bodily

XV u "F""" ""s occasion, an health and vigor.

these gentlemen for such

day. r

Messrs. J. W. May and Rev Mont

gomery of Micanonv werp stiptiH ffco

mgnt guests or Mr. u. M. Smith Wed

nesday night.

Messrs.; Neal Mathews of.FlemW-

4. ....

ana oraay Mathews of Jackson

WAGES INCREASE IN PROHIBI

TION, STATES.

The labor department estimates that

wages among miners m uoioraao in

creased during 1916 from 10 to 25 per
cent. In Arizona, among miners, the

ville and Misses Theora nH T.oio increase was at least 2o per cent, and

Smith attended the Sundav school I among the paper and textile workers

picnic at Williston Friday and took in at Maine, 10 per cent. The monthly

tne aance at Archer Friday night. pay roll among 20,000 miners in the

Messrs. eu ana Lrrady Mathews, prohibition state of West Virginia in-

wiatcuvc oiwui, xvirs. m. i, cecK anaiPrPflSpd bv sosooo

uvuauc umiui were viKimrs rrt

the University Citv Saturdav nff. r.

I 5 . l ... . I rM 1 t M A A trx f"V

iiuuii ana visiteu tne SKatine1 rink I ue uacurwuis ujl -- saiwua mum-

iur. j. m. smith motored to Ocala Icago are saia to contntnite ta tne ae ae-Saturday
Saturday ae-Saturday to meet his wife ttnA svn I Unnnonrv nf moro than 1.400 drls

1 1 . . I 1 3

wnu nave Deen visiting Mrs. W. L. every 24 hours, according to the Chica-

mm AYTTA f 11 A. m J mi

fn lere go Tribune. This was the conclusion

&"dtyriVfa investigator of the

for Fp1Ws,; rvhar ti, South Side Woman s ciuhs or Chicago.

Mr. J. L. Beck till Sunday afternoon.

Mrs. Johnson and children of Red- The man who votes to keep the sa-

qick arnyea bunday.and are spending h0on out is the man who builds up his

weeK witn tne iormer's mother, homef his town, nis gtate and country

Mr. and Mrs C M Xnith J Exchange.

Clarence visited Mr. I. N. Rawls nf

Montbrook Monday afternoon. I "There is no political idea now ex

Miss Eveline Fereruson returned! tant in American politic!? so robust

Saturday from Montbrook. She was I and crowing as prohibition," says Col-

accompamed home by Misses Ethel hjer's

and Myrtle Coarson, who will visit

her this week.

Rev. Williams of Micanopy filled
his regular appointment at tne M. E.

church Sunday eveniner. He was ac

companied by his son William, and
Carl Ferguson of Tacoma.
Messrs. Neal and Grady Mathews

were callers at Mr. L. M. Smith's Sun

day afternoon.

o Mrs. I. N. Rawls and sons. Shade.

Theodore and Newton and daughter,
Beulah of Montbrook, were Sunday

visitors to Mrs. V. P. Smith.

ASHEVILLE
and the Mouutains of Western North Carolina are
now Only Seventeen Hours from Florida by the
Through Service of the
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
" SCHEDULE
Lv. Ocala S. A. L. Ry.. ........... .4:15 p.m.
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Lv. Columbia . ..Sou. Ry. System ... .7:05 a.m.
Ar. Hendersonville .... ..Sou. Ry. System. .. ... .1:00 a.m.
Ar. Asheville .Sou. ''Ry. System. ........ .2:10 p.m.
Ar. Cincinnatti .. Sou. Ry. System, ...8:10 a.m.
Electrically -lighted Pullman Standard Berth 'and Drawing-room
Sleeping Cars daily from Jacksonville to Asheville and Cincinnati.
Dining Car Service Columbia to "Asheville.
Low Round Trip Fares. Long 'Limits. Liberal Stop-overs.
For Literature and Information Apply to
JOHN BOISSEAU, C. P. T. A., G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A.,
' Ocala, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla.

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MARE FOR SALE

One nice bty mare, in perfect con

dition; work anywhere; any woman or
child, can drive her; 10 years old.
Cheap for cash. Address S. H. Cauth-

en, Summerfield, Fla. 2-6t

A coat now and then of DAVIS1

OLD COLONY WAGON PAINT pre preserves
serves preserves your wagons and farm imple implements
ments implements and makes them look like new.

Ads. 17
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THE MARION HARDWARE CO.,
Ocala, Fla.

Mclvcr & MacKay

The big Clearance Sale begins Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Our summer line of Men's

Ciothing, Shoes, Panama and Straw UNDERTAKERS and EMBALIIEBS

hats all included. Goldman's btore. tr

The largest line of bathing caps in

the city all shades, shapes and col

ors. The Court Pharmacy. 15-tf

PHONES 47. 104, 305
OCALA, FLORIDA

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

"Unclassified" ads bring results.

L. ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL
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Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the-moicy than any other
contractor in the city.

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

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Every modern convenience in each room. Dining roorr wrvice it
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per day ptT person to $6.00.

ROBERT M. MEYER,
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We represent not only the best fire insurance companies, but
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1917

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OCALA. FLORIDA

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CAPITAL STOCK 850,000.00.
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partment, Department, Call Two-One -Fire
or Fire-One Y

ER TOUEIST FARE!

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 ... $ 7.00
Boston and return. .... .$46.00
Atlantic City and return $38.25
Niagra Falls and return $48.90

Through tickets to all Eastern. resorts, with return limit October
31, 1917, with privilege of stopovers at principal points. Sailings
from Jacksonville via Savannah to Baltimore Wednesday, direct Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. To PHladelphia direct 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. Accommodar V
tions unsurpassed. Reservations, fare or any information cheerful cheerfully
ly cheerfully furnished cn application.

MERCHANTS & MINERS TRAHSPORTA

H. C. Avery, Agent.

Jacksonville, Florida
J. F. WARD, T. P. A

TlOfi COMPANY

L. D. JONES, C.-A.

To America
No doubts had we, nor heed of man's
approving;
Clear was our mandate from the
eternal throne.
We, to the aid of outraged freedom
moving,
Needs must have ventured, though
we marched alone.
Not all alone nor friendless have we
striven.
Comrades marched with us 'gainst
embattled sin,
Comrades the bravest, lealest under
heaven,
Yet lacked we one the nearest of
our kin.
Now, as "a man who mid dear, friendly
voices
Hearkened for one sans which the

world seemed dumb,
England today, with heart upraised,
rejoices,
For thou hast spoken, thou hast
said, "I come!"
London Chronicle.
Splash i'arty
About fifteen young boys and girls

composed a jolly party that met at
the Court Pharmacy yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 5:30 and rode out to Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs on the coca-cola truck.

Each girl took a lunch which was

temptingly arranged, after a most en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable splash. They were joined
after supper by several other Ocala

people and danced for several hours.

The party was chaperoned by Mr. and

Mrs. N. R. DeHon.

Little Tots Red Cross Class
About twenty-five real little folks

a,re meeting this afternoon at the

home of Miss Annie Moorhead, who

is arranging with Mrs.

Cross work for their willing little

fingers. The "comfort kits" require

so many things that take lots of time,

and some of the girls, will make pin

cushions, while the tiny tots can do
their "bit" by filling them with pins.
Miss Moorhead will be assisted by
Miss Isabelle Davis.

points of attraction, and will return
the latter part of August to Chicago,
where she expect3 to attend the big
fall -millinery showings of the large
wholesalers. She expects to reopen
her store about the middle of Sep September.
tember. September. Jackson-Stroud
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock, in
the Hay street Methodist church, Miss
Lesley Devereux Jackson, of Ocala,
Fla., was married to Mr. Richard Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings Stroud, also of Ocala. Rev. W.
F. Craven, uncle of the bride, officiat officiating.
ing. officiating. Mrs. Stroud is the youngest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, formerly of this place but now of
Ocala, and has been spending the sum summer
mer summer with her uncle and aunt, Capt. T.
T. and Miss Nannie McGilvary, on
Ilaymount, and other relatives in the
state. Mr. Stroud is a splendid young
business man of Ocala and is con connected
nected connected with the Munroe & Chambliss
National Bank of that place. The
bride is an especially attractive young
lady and was unusually lovely on her
wedding day. She wore a handsome
dark green taffeta silk coat suit, hand
embroidered, and a corsage of pale
pink sweet peas, gray hat, shoes and
gloves.
Mr. and Mrs. Stroud left on the
4:45 afternoon train for White
Springs, Fla., where they will spend

MOSS BLUFF

Moss Bluff, July 12. The canning
club girls' ice cream supper was very
successful. They made $18.75. Not
only people from Marion county came

but some came from different Darts.'

of other counties, and when they got ,2

nere tney were not airaia to spend a
nickle or a dime to treat the girls,
and when they couldn't get a girl to
eat ice cream with them, they would
go and get a crowd of boys. Our ap appreciation
preciation appreciation is extended to the people
who came to our ice cream supper.
We feel sure that if we ever have an another
other another entertainment of any kind that
the people will come as they did be before.
fore. before. Mrs. Harmon Martin and her
mother, Mrs. Dillon Long were vis visitors
itors visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Fort
Sunday.
- Mr. Bob Griggs and family were
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell of
Electra Sunday;
Mr. H. P. Griggs and Miss Annie
Lile Marsh went up to meet Mrs. H.
P. Griggs and children at Crow's
Bluff last Saturday. Mrs. Griggs
spent a week with her father and
mother at Daytona. They all return returned
ed returned home Sunday, and reported a very
pleasant visit.
The farmers of this neighborhood
were glad to see the rain stop for a
day or two. Last Monday morning
they went out to kill some grass
which the rain had started growing.
Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Drawdy of Hig Hig-ley
ley Hig-ley were visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
John Martin Saturday.
Mr. Sammie'Fort and Miss Martha
Fort made a flying trip to Leesburg
Sunday.
Miss Hoyt Martin spent the first

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a few days. They will be at home in part of the week with Miss Dixie Pil

Ocala. after Julv 15. Favettvillo M I lans of Plectra.

C.) Observer.

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A. C. L. SCHEDULE

Chapman-Brown

Mr. Forrest Chapman of Leesburg,
and Miss Excelle Brown stole a march
on their friends and were quietly

married Tuesday night of last week
at Bushnell. Mrs. Chapman is the
charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. L, Brown, and is deservedly pop-

Ottman Redjular. Mr. Chapman is a rising young

lawyer ? oi jueesourg. -ineir many

friends wish them every happiness
along life's voyage. Webster notes

inSumter County Times.

Mrs. Chapman visited in Ocala on
several occasions this pas winter and

made many friends who will be inter interested
ested interested to hear of her marriage.

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OCALA to
$42.05 IMew York $40.05 Philadelphia
$47.80 Chicago $37.55 Cincinnati!
$41.80 St. Louis
Tickets on sale daily with final limit October 31st.

THROUGH SLEEPERS
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DINING CARS

TLJ&ljT!

STAVDAKlMiAILKOAD OF THE SOUTH

For tickets and reservations call on

M R. WILLIAMS
T. A., Ocala, Florida.

J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.
" Tampa, Fla.

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We have about fifty tons of fresh ground
VELVET BEANS, beans and hulls ground to together.
gether. together. This is the finest Beef or Dairy CATTLE
FEED in the world. Prices right. Phone, write,
or call at the factory.
QEORGE OSLES & GOPIPAfJY
- OCALA, FLORIDA.

Mrs. Goree Nelson of Tampa is
spending this week with' Mrs. C. N.
Graham in Bushnell. They spent the
day in Ocala Monday."
"
; Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gary and chil children
dren children returned home yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon from a ten days' stay at Day Daytona
tona Daytona Beach.
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Mr. G. H. Hurd arrived in Ocala
Wednesday from West Palm Beach
for a week's visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Cook and family.

Miss Janet .Weathers returned to today
day today from a short visit to Mrs. George

Mac Kay at the lake.

Mrs. Dr. Camp of Oklawaha left
yesterday afternoon for Atlanta on a

visit to relatives.

Mr. Robert Ochiltree of Ocala is
spending this week in Punta Gorda
with his mother, Mrs. Sophia Jer Jer-main.
main. Jer-main. The many Ocala friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Clark will regret to hear

that their son, Master Arthur Clark
Jr., is quite ill with typhoid fever in
Jacksonville.
'
Mr. and Mrs. Claude E. Laveron of

Jacksonville are stopping at the Har

rington Hall, while the former is
transacting business in the city for a
few days.
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Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Snow and Dr.
and Mrs. A. C, Hamblin and Miss

branny namoim spent Tuesday in

Lakeland, the doctors for the purpose
of, attending the !Tri-County Medical
Association here. Tampa Times.
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Mr. and Mrs. Ed F. O'Cain mtored
to near Ocala to inspect a beautiful

farm home in that section yesterday

3fcid returned late in the evening. The

trip was greatly enjoyed by them.
Mr. O'Cain is contemplating returning
tD his "first love' farm life. Their

little son, William, accompanied them

on the- journey. Orlando Reporter Reporter-Star.
Star. Reporter-Star. ;;-v'.'

Miss Marie Laird and friend, Miss

Ruth Johns from Augusta, Ga., arriv

ed in Ocala yesterday for an extend

ed visit with the former's sister, Mrs.

Harry O. Cole on North Main street.

Miss Laird has many friends in Ocala

who will be glad to see her again, she

having, made her home in Ocala be

fore going to Augusta to live.

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The Baptist Sunday school orches

tra which has made quite a reputa reputation'
tion' reputation' all over the state, arrived home
on the Coast Line train yesterday
afternoon after a week's stay at the

state Baptist assembly at Lake City.
The members of the orchestra who
attended the assembly are Misses

Mabel Aiken. Mary Gates. Do vie

Gates, Bessie Marshall, Lucile and

Gladys Osborne, Messrs. M. A. Ten Ten-Eyck,
Eyck, Ten-Eyck, L. T. Izlar Jr., Eddie Lopez and

Harry O. Cole.

-Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick closes her

millinery store for the summer today

She will, visit relatives at Bushnell
for a few days, after which she will

go to Atlanta for a week. The latter

part of next week she leaves for
Cheyenne, Wyo., for a visit to her son,
Mr. Leslie Bostick, who is a member

of one of Uncle Sam's cavalry regi

ments now stationed at that place.
While in the west Mrs. Bostick will
visit the Yellowstone Park and other

Mr. Jack Walker of South Carolina,
passed through Ocala yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon on his way to Eastlake, where

he joined Mrs. Walker who is visiting
her mother, Mrs. Annie Martin. Mr.

waiKer inrenaea to spend ms vaca vacation
tion vacation at the lake, but news was receiv received
ed received here this morning of the death of

his mother which occurred in Gaines

ville early this morning. -Mr. Walker

will leave today for Georgia to at attend
tend attend the funeral.
. Mrs. Hugh Dorsey, wife of the gov governor
ernor governor of Georgia, who was recently
inaugurated in Atlanta, is most pleas pleasantly
antly pleasantly remembered by many Ocala

people as Miss Adair WiHcerson of

Valdosta, Ga., who visited Miss Annie

May Standley, now Mrs. Arthur

Clark of Jacksonville, several years

ago. Governor Dorsey is j

Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
following times:
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:18-2:25 a. m. j
No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 2:25 a. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to .Jacksonville,

b:40 a. m.

No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,

Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. xn.

No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny-

Ji&), 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

ville, 12:54-1:14 p.m.

No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:05

p. m.

No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25

p. m.

No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters

burg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.

No. 140, Ocala to jfalatka, Gaines

ville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.

No. "9, Jacksonville, to- Leesburg,

No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny-

Jim), Tuesday, Thursda and batur-

day, 9:P0 p. m.

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

1 p. myArriv?3 Jacksonville, 5:10 pjn.

9:05 p. m.

Buy your drugs from the Rexall

store it is always the 'best drug
store. tf

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Come Quick to

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While He Has Your Size.
Wear! a New One

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TMAW

$2.00
$1.50

$1.00

PANAMAS and LEGHORN

$4.00 Straws
now.
$3.00 Straws
now

$1.75

$3.50 Straws
now....

$2.50 Straws (T1
now.. j, v

$2.00 Straws
now

$7.00 Hats
now....

$3.50

$6.00 Hats
now....

$3.00 ;

$5.00 Hats
now.

$2.50

The above includes all of the Latest De signs and
the best makes. "Y-

The Home of Hart, Schaffner& Marx Clothes

( Mail Orders Solicited )

OCALA

FLORIDA

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12 pounds of SUGAR $1, with one

welll dollar purchase of other groceries for

known lawyer of Atlanta and is con

nected with very prominent Opelika,

Ala., people.

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cash, Saturday and Monday

Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434.

only.

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One of the prettiest dinners of the

season was given by Miss Amelia

Turnley for her guest, Miss Reid of

Fort Meade, Tuesday evening. The
dining room was artistically decorat

ed m red, white and blue. The pat patriotic
riotic patriotic idea was beautifully carried out

in the table decorations, the center

piece beinsr a battleship representing

the one orf which our men sailed for

France. The unique place cards were
Red Cross nurses for the boys and

soldier boys for the igrls, and the at

tractive favors were baskets filled
with red, white and blue bonbons.

During the five-course dinner pat

riotic music was delightfully render- S

ea. lampa limes.

Miss Turnley is a niece of Mrs.
James H. Hill and visited Miss Agnes

Burford this past winter.-

The big Clearance Sale begins Sat

urday. Our, summer line of Men's
Clothing, Shoes, Panama and Straw

hats all included. Goldman's Store, tf

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0nv At The Savoy Cafe you will find the Most Reason Reason-;V
;V Reason-;V able Prices, the Coolest and Most Comfortable

You Can Save Money
By Looking Around

Dining Room and the Quickest Service in the city.
Dinner 35c. 21-Hca! Ticket 05.25

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TWO FORDS FOR SALE

One 1914 Touring Car.
One 1915 Touring Car.
Both in good condition. Cash' or
terms. Maxwell Agency, Ocala. 3td

The coffee that you are drinking at
the Harrington Hall dining room and
cafe is the famous Senate brand cof coffee,
fee, coffee, roasted and distributed exclusive exclusively
ly exclusively by the Tampa Coffee Mills. Get
the habit. : 7-10-tf

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NEW BUILDING
NEW EQUIPMENT
(Opposite Postoffice)
SHORT ORDERS and
REGULAR MEALS

HOMEMADE PIES m

- Luncheon for Parties a

Specialty

21 MEAL TICKET $5.00

NASH
PHONE 279

HPHE price of the Maxwell Car, like
. cars is gding up, and on August
substantially advance.

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WHY NOT BUY IT
For Sale By
THE MARION HARDWARE CO.
Ocala, Fla.

We have plenty of Wide tread Maxwell

touring cars ready for Immediate delivery. We i

unloaded six more this week. The price is now,
Delivered to the customer, any where in the
territory, S720.00
Get your Maxwell before August 1st.
Liberal time selling plan, if you desire;
We will take in your Ford, if you have one.
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OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1917

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INFORMATION FOR .MEN.

REGISTERED FOR
' THE,NATIONAL ARMY

Mr. H. L. Hough oT Red Level was

in town today.

(Continued from First Page)

Mr. D. S. Woodrow leaves this aft-

Adverse Decisions on Claim

11. If your claim is disallowed by

the local board your name will be

emoon for a two weeks stay in New certified and sent by the local board

lOrK CUy. I Aiat-rift KnnrH a ne who has

W kiiv uidv ivw
been called for military service and

not exempted tr discharged. Within

itwo days thereafter, if practicable, a

list of those so certified to the district

Mr. Bigham of Wildwood who was board will be given to the press with a

Now is the time to plant camphor
trees. Prices low. Call 288. tf

in town yesterday, went on to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville on the limited.

Choice Western steaks, mutton

chops and pork chops at the Delicates Delicatessen
sen Delicatessen Shop. 2t

nnm n onfiini nrrnino

UUnLH OUlllIlL HlfHinO jg
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Rev. Father Bottolacio has return returned
ed returned from St. Augustine, where he at attended
tended attended the funeral of Father O'Brien.

Let us in your car up with the

famous GOODRICH TIRES. There
are none better. Blalock' Bros., 107
Oklawaha avenue. 6-8-tf

Mr. Herbert Lattner leaves tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for a business visit to Jacksonville.

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

Today's attractions at the Temple ciaim 0f appeal

are the lztn episode of tne unmspn
Stain Mystery, a comedy, the usual

interesting Ford Weekly and a Hamjappeaj

ana uqu comeay.

request for publication, will be post

ed in the offices of the local board ac

cessible to public view, and notice

will be mailed to the address on your

registration card.
Therefore, if you have filed a claim
for exemption and proof in support
thereof, watch the notices in the of offices
fices offices of the local board beginning
about five days after you have filed
your proof to see what disposition
was made of your case and make ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for the prompt receipt of
mail.
How to Claim Appeals to the District
Boards

Claims of appeal may be made by a
person within ten days after- the day
when notice has been posted and mail mailed
ed mailed that such person's name has been
certified to the district board as one
who has been called for service and
not exempted or discharged.
Therefore if you desire to appeal

1. Go to the local board and get or

copy Form 153 or 154 for filing your

2. Get or copy also torm 151 or

152 for notifying the district board of

The big Clearance Sale begins Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Our summer line of Men's
Clothine, Shoes, Panama and Straw

3. File your claim of appeal (15.1

or 154) with the local board.

4. Send your notice of appeal (151

or 152 J to the district board.

5. Do this within ten days from

nats an mciuaea. uoiamans store. the day when notice that your name

was certified to the district board was

Messrs. E. C. Bennett, Howard
Clark and H. M. Hampton are expect

ed home tonight from a two days'

fishing trip on the gulf.

The big Clearance Sale begins Sat

mday. Our summer line of Men's .ther orderg or action of

Clothing, Shoes, ranama and btraw
hats all included. Goldman's Store, tf

posted and mailed.
Remember:

1. You can only appeal the final

order of the board exempting or dis

charging or, refusing to exempt or

discharge you. You can not appeal

the local

board.
Proving Your Appeal ;

13. You have five days after the
district board receives your notice

Boy Scouts "Hike

Thirty Boy Scouts with their scout
master, Rev. Bunyan Stephens, had a
most enjoyable outing at Silver
Springs yesterday. The largest num num-her
her num-her that previously attended one of
these "hikes" was twenty-four, and
the scout master who took provisions
for that number had quite i a task to
feed the thirty hungry scouts that at at-tended.They
tended.They at-tended.They camped about 200 yards
opposite the head of the springs,
across the railroad, and the camp

floated two big American flags. They
enjoyed two swims, one last night and
another at daybreak, and "hiked" to

town this morning in cars.

There are forty boys enrolled and

each twenty-four should have a scout

master, so another besides Rev

Stephens will be commissioned at an

early date.

Masters McClure Stephens and

Herbert Jones accompanied the boys
as mascots. The others who enjoyed

the camp were: Alfred Meadows,

James Brinson, Lamar Barnett, Oti

Green, James Ellis Robert Blake,

Lawson Cassels, Wilfred Harold, Sam

Phillips, Ralph Simmons, Francis

Pasteur, J. W. Davis Jr., Frank Rentz,

Harry Holcqmb Jr., George Aiken,

Lindsey and John Troxler, Herman

Clayton, Tom Barnes Gordon Brig

ance, Lawton Leitner, Claude Barnett,

Reese Hunnicutt and Patsy Gillen.
Mrs. D. P. Mclntyre of Jackson

ville, who has been visiting her
daughter, Mrs.' J. C. Caldwell for the

past winter, returned home this aft

ernoon. She was accompanied by Mrs

Cajdwell and son Earl, who will be

her guests for a. month.
the mailing of notice to you of the de decision
cision decision of the district board in your
case. : -How
You Will be Notified that You
; Have Been Selected 't or Military
Service
19. As soon as your case is finally
disposed of, the adjutant general of
your state will notify you by mail
that you have been selected for mili military
tary military service.
Your local boards will post a list of

all persons selected for military ser-

The big Clearance Sale begins Sat-
1 1 rl o r rtiiv Qiinrtmoi lino ff TVrTTl's

Clothing, Shoes, Panama and Straw tha" haV filed cIaim f. "PP'vice in a place at the office of the local

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that filed by you in the local board,
but all such evidence must consist of
affidavits.

Decisions on Appeal
14. The decision on your appeal
must be made within five days of the

12 pounds of SUGAR $1, with one closing of proof, and you will bt
dollar purchase of other groceries for notified by mail of the action of the
cash, Saturday and Monday only, board on your appeal.

The big Clearance Sale begins Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Our summer, line of Men's
Clothing, Shoes, Panama and Straw

hats all included. Goldman's Store, tf

Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. 3t

Mr. W. L. Dixon, sub-agent for the
Maxwell cars at Mascotte, in southern
I.ake county, with Mr. G. W. Booth,
wife and son and Mrs. Smith, came
up this morning to do some shopping.
The party came in Mr. Booth's Max Maxwell
well Maxwell which he has been driving sev several
eral several months, and says if he could not
replace he would not takq a thousand
dollars for it.

Beautify Your
Complexion
Not artificially, but perma permanently,
nently, permanently, by drinking a glass of
this delicious digestant with each
meal
Shivar Ale
PURE DIGESTIVE AROSMTICS WITif
SHIVAR MINERAL WATER AND GINGER
Clarifies and puts roses and beauty
in sallow cheeks of old and young.
At all grocers and druggists. Satis Satisfaction
faction Satisfaction guaranteed or money refun4-.
ed on first dozen. '
Bottled and guaranteed by the celey
brated Shivar Mineral Spring, Shel-'
ton, S. C If your regular desiet
annot supply you telephone-
JAKE BROWN,
- DhlRISIiTOa FOR OCALA.

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TEAPOT

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SAUSAGE and SMOKED MEAT
Salomi-German if you Like.
Cerevelat 6ausage
Farmer Sausage ;
Sweast Style Metwurst
Mortadella

Lunch Loaf

Boiled Ham

'Sliced Breakfast Bacon

Chipped Dried Bacon

PHONES 16174

Claims for Discharge on Industrial
Grounds
15. Only the district board can re receive
ceive receive claims for discharge on the

ground that you are engaged in in

dustry, including agriculture found to

be necessary to the maintenance of
the jnilitary establishment, the effec effective
tive effective operation-of the military forces,
or the maintenance of national inter interest
est interest during the emergency. ;
Such claims must be filed with the
district board on or before the fifth
day after the mailing and posting of
notice that you have been certified by

the local board as one who has been
called for service and not exempted
or discharged. s
If you desire to, file such a claim:
1. Get a copy at the local or dis district
trict district board Form 161 or 161a.
2. Fill the form out properly.
3. File it with the district board
within five days after the mailing

and posting of notice that your name
has been certified from the local
board to the district board.

See section 44, regulations.
Proof in Support of Industrial Claim
16. Only affidavits can be used in
filing proof before the district board
of a claim for exemption on indus industrial
trial industrial grounds. All such affidavits

must be filed within five days after

the filing of the claim.

Decisions of District Board on Indus
trialClaim

17. Within five days after the
closing of proof in any industrial
claim the district board must decide

the cjaim.

If the decision of the district board

is in favor of the claim the board will
issue a certificate of discharge. If the
decision is against the claim the dis

trict board will so notify you.
Remember that you have been call

ed for military; service and that the

certificate of the district board is only

conditional on your remaining in the

kind of industrial service on account
of which you were discharged. No
such exemption shall continue when a

cause therefor, no longer exists and

your certificate of discharge may be
withdrawn or modified by the district
board at any time that the district

board shall determine that the cir
cumstances require it.

Appeals of Industrial Claims to the

President

18. Only decisions of district

beards on industrial claims for dis
charge can be appealed.

If. you desire to appeal the decision
of the district boards to the presi president,
dent, president, you may do so within seven

days of the date of mailing to you of

the decision of the district board. To

perfect your appeal

1. Get a copy from the district or

local board Form 163. v
2. Fill out the form and file it with
tne district board.
3. Do this within seven days after

boards accessible to public view. The

local board will also give lists of per persons
sons persons selected for military service to
the press with requests for publication.

20. Notice that you have been se

lected for military service will not

necessarily order you into service.

The notice to report f or military

service will come when the govern
ment is ready to receive you.
E. H. Crowder,
Provost Marshal General.

REWARD OFFERED

I have bought the G. J. Johns stock
of cattle in Marion county; mark is

crop split in one ear and split under under-bit
bit under-bit in the other; brand J5. I will pay

$1 per head to any one for taking up

these cattle, notifying me and keep

ing them in pasture till I can get
them. I will have -my representative
call and get them as soon as I rereive

notive. A. M. Ryals,
7-13-6t V Eagle Lake, Fla.

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M EVER before have such goods been offered at the stupendous
reductions as listed below. Everything we have for men
has been reduced from 15 to 75 and a 100 per cent. In this sale
you will find such bargains as will astound you. Don't take bur
word for it COME AND SEE.

Unredeemed Pledges

Veal roasts, veal cutlets, veal stews,

pickled pigs' feet, frankfurters, liver-

wurst, imported Swiss cheese and -dill
pickles at the Delicatessen Shop to

day. 2t

LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN

Two pointer dogs, one large liver
and ticked dog named Joe. The other
is a puppy about eight months old,
answering to the name of Mack. A
reasonable reward will be paid f or
their return or notice of where I may

find them. W. O. Brewer,
13-ltd&w Romeo, Fla.

0 Sea bass, red snapper and pompano

at the Delicatessen Shop today. 2t

Mr. E. A. Osborne has returned
fiom Morriston, where he spent the

past few days.

Lieut. Warren Harris, who left here
for Charleston three months ago with
the Florida naval militia, is now on
duty here as recruiting officer for the
naval reserve corps. Lieut. Harris

was sent here to relieve Lieut. H. M

Corse who has been in charge here

since the war broke out. Securing re

cruits is but one of the many duties
Lieut. Harris has to perform here. He
inspects all incoming and outgoing
vessels, has charge of the wireless
stations within the district, operates
a patrol on the river and inspects ves vessels
sels vessels in the local port. Times-Union.
Lieut. Harris is a brother of Ser Sergeant
geant Sergeant Chas. E. Harris of Company A
and the Ocala Star.

Shirts

Our line of Men's Shirts is a second
. none in all South Florida, and we

can fix you in anything that you want,

whether it be a plain blue working
shirt or a multi-colored Silk Dress
Shirt.
$5.50 Silk Shirts At

in this sale at iJ"TrT

$2.50 Silk Shirts 0 1 Q Q

m this sale at. .'. . V
Big Special Values

We have a large lot of slightly imper

fect Dress amrts, some 01 tnem
the most beautiful shirts ever of offered
fered offered here, all of $2.00 and OQ
$1.50 value, for only. . : OJ7 C
Look Here Mr. Working Man!
We are going to sell every Blue Cham Cham-bray
bray Cham-bray Shirt (all of the well known
65c values) during this sale OA.
forumly................ OiJJ

Besides the- many unredeemed pledges that we have to
offer in various lines of Jewelry, Guns and various other
articles, we have the following to offer which will inter interest
est interest every man who likes something worth while:
$50.00 Solid Gold Waltham Watch, 18 size, the case of
which is easily worth $25.00 will go in this dOC ff

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Waltham Watch, open face

$4.50

SHOES

All our Shoes, the celebrated Walk Walk-Over
Over Walk-Over line included, are to go in this
sale at reductions in proportion to
other prices, besides we have some
special values to offer which will en enable
able enable ydu to buy what you want in a
lineof odd sizes at a price which will
mean a saving of 100 in some instances

Straw Hats for Men

We have a large line of Straw Hats

which we are going to close out in

this sale at prices proportionate in re reduction
duction reduction to all other prices quoted here.

sale at only.

$10.00 American
for only . .

$15.00 17-Jewel Elgin watch a big value, for 50
A big lot of rings, with an especially nice line of Dia Diamonds,
monds, Diamonds, will go AT LESS THAN THEIR WHOLESALE
VALUES.
A few unredeemed Violins, at less than it cost to put
them on the market.
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Guns and Pistols
We have a lot of unredeemed pledges in Guns'and
Pistols, which we are able to offer you at next-to-noth-ing
prices. If you come you will buy for prices are
lower than ever.
FOUNTAIN PENS
We have a large lot of Pai ker's Lucky Curve Fountair
Pens, which we are offering at Big Reductions.

SUIT CASES TRUNKS
Our line of Leather Suit
Cases and good value Trunks
is complete, and we have
some values to offer you at
prices that will mean a big
saving. Come look 'em over,
and you will see that what
we offer is the pick of Trunk
and Suit Case values.

OFF

UNDERWEAR

50

We have in Underwear
both Men's long and short
drawers, Athletic cut, with
half, quarter and no-sleeve
shirts. Knit undershirts and
drawers, and Athletic cut
Union Suits, at 50 off regular-prices.
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ALPACA SUITS
And Coats at reductions that you've never heard of before
For middle-aged men and oldmen these suits and coats
are especially suitable. If you fail to buy now you will
miss an opportunity you may never, have again in Ocala.

Men's Clothing

Words cannot begin to describe our

line of Men's 'Suits in all the latest
styles, cloths and weaves. Our line

is complete, and we can fit you m al

most any kind of suit that you want.
Note the reductions:
A beautiful suit of Cream Colored

Mohair, with a faint black stripe,
a thin, cool piece of goods that al always
ways always will look and wear well,
a $20.00 value, in A AA
this sale for....... PU.UU

Men's $12.50 Mohairs, in Gray, Black,

.Blue and btripes during Q7 JJA
this sale for V OU
Palm Beach Suits, all shades, stripe?
and colors, $7.50 values 93
25 Men's Crepe Suits, originally sold
for $10.00, at this sale dC CQ
for only.. PO.J0
Men's Trousers
Our line of Men's Trousers for sum

mer wear is complete, and we can fit
you. We are selling them at from 25
to 50 per cent, off, and guarantee you
will get what you want at a price the
other fellow cannot afford to sell

them. For instance:

The Famous L. Vine Trotf- 0 OQ
sers, at . POOV

Monarch Trousers, in all weaves at

a reduction of 25
$3.50 and $4.00 Ess Ess
Trousers at

$3.98

Men's Hats

Men's $5.50 Panamas .....$3.49

Men's $4.00. Panama. $2.98

Men's $3.50 Panamas : $2.49

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to do is to come to our store during this sale, compare our goods with those you have seen, and the prices
and you will find that what we have to offer is of better value, and, far lower in price than anything you
can find in Ocala.
"We,Do What Wc Advertise and Advertise What We Bo."

Vlhece You Buy Good Things Cheaper

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BIG MAXWELL BARGAINS

Two 1916 Maxwell touring cars, the
biggest bargains you ever saw,
cash or terms. The Maxwell Agency,
Ocala, Fla. 7-9-tf

The big Clearance Sale begins Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Our summer line of Men's
Clothing, Shoes, Panama and Straw
hats all included Goldman's Store, tf

Placing an embargo on exports
from America to neutral countries is
going to hit the Germans heavily

With the city's big, new electric
plant in a few hundred yards of his
factory, George Giles is putting in an
oil engine to drive his machinery.
Seem to the Star that the city should
have enterprise enough to secure this
business. We have no doubt that
Giles would use current if it was to
his advantage to do so.

PLUMBING AJSO
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING
When you have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting, let us furnish you
estimates. No job too large and none
too small tf H; W. Tucker.

The big Clearance Sale begins Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Our summer line of Men's
Clothing, Shoes, Panama and Straw
hats all included. Goldman's Store, tf

Saving the Husband.
Mr. Norton was a very patient man
and a long-suffering one. Mrs. Norton
provided a continuous flow of conver conversation
sation conversation and was kiiowp, as a nag. Final Finally,"
ly," Finally," the nerves of the poor man gave
way and the physician was called. "He
must have complete rest and undis undisturbed
turbed undisturbed sleep," said the doctor, as he
looked thoughtfully at the. woman. "I
will send up some sleeping powders,
which must be used exactly as written
on the box.. Will you promise to do
this, madam, or must I order him to
the hospital?" "Indeed, I promise,"
cried Mrs. Norton, cheerfully. "I will
give them just as you direct, doctor."
When the, !ox tv.me from the drug druggist's
gist's druggist's the label read: "Sleeping pow powders
ders powders to be taken niprht and morning
by Mrs. Norton."

Advertise in the Star.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS,

WANTED, LOST, FOUND. FOB
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE Maxwell roadster made
into truck. Meadows Repair Shop,
410 N. Orange St. 12-6t
FOR SALE I have a $40 Victor
phonograph in perfect condition. Will
sell for $18. "Victor," care Star. 3t

WANTED Three unfurnished rooms
for light housekeeping with all con conveniences
veniences conveniences by man and wife. Close in.
Apply box 462, city. 7-9-3t

FOR SALE Show case, counter
scales, coffee mill, oil tank and other
appliances for grocery store. Cheap
for cash. Address J. W. Perry, Stan Stanton,
ton, Stanton, Fla. 7-6t
FOR RENT Furnished house with
all modern conveniences, on North
Sanchez street. Can give immediate
possession. Apply at Carter's Bak Bakery,
ery, Bakery, or phone 360. 15-tf.

FOR SALE Sanitary roll top desk,
typewriter desk, typewriter and Mos Mos-ler
ler Mos-ler safe, cheap for cash. Address,
"Fixtures," care Star office, or apply
at Star office. 13-3t

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

Advertise in the Star.

We Have the Equipment and Ability
' To serve you as you ought to bo servied, and when you are not let us
ask you again, to let us know, for thir is the only way" we can accomplish
ar desire.
-Of course, sometimes, little things go wrong, but they are not :nten :nten-tional,
tional, :nten-tional, and, if you will call us up, they will be corrected IMMEDIATELY.

Ocala Ice & 'Packfnq Co,

PHONE 34

OCALA, f 1 A.

NOTICE

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County In Chancery.
Mary Livinia Allen, Complainant, vs.
John W. Allen, Defendant Or Order
der Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: John W. Allen,
be and he is hereby required to ap appear
pear appear to the bill of complaint filed in
this cause on or before
Monday, the 16th day of July 1917.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks in. the

Ucala Jwenmg tstar, a newspaper!

published in said county and state.
This 17th of day of May, 1917.
(Seal) P. H. Nugent,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By Ruth Ervin; D. C.
W. E. Smith, ;
Complainant's Solicitor. 5-18-fri

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

NOTICE

In the Circuit Court of .the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County In Chancery.
Harold Goldsmith and Jessie Gold Goldsmith,
smith, Goldsmith, his Wife, Complainants, V3.
Anna Violet Akerson,-Defendant.
Order for Constructive Service.
It js ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Anna Violet
Akerson, be and she is hereby requir required
ed required to appear to the bill of complaint
filed in this cause on or before
Monday, the 6th day of August, 1917.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper
published in said county and state.
This 6th day of July, 1917.
(Seal) P.H.Nugent,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County.

r ifirtiii nu r. un I- rv in i r

L. W. Duval,
Complainants' Solicitor. 7-6-fri
The-big Clearance Sale begins Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Our summer line of Men's
Clothing, Shoes, Panama and Straw
hats all included- Goldman's Store.-tf



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