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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.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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WEATHER FORECAST
Probably local thunder showers to tonight
night tonight and Wednesday, except fairin
south portion tonight.

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Along Their 800-Mile Front, Vast Armies are
Preparing for the Offensive

01 EIISIOIIS

HAVE BROKEN OUT III PETROGRAD BUT THEY ARE SLIGHT
GERMANY'S INTERNAL DISCONTENT

The Russian armies are continuing
their vigorous offensive in eastern
Galicia. Other groups of Russia's
vast forces apparently are ready to
spring into activity at various points
along the 800-mile front.
While everything appears to be
running smoothly in the military ma machine,
chine, machine, governmental affairs are ruf ruffled
fled ruffled again. Four ministers are report reported
ed reported to have resigned because of dif differences
ferences differences over controlling Ukraine.
Coincident with this come reports of
disorders in Petrograd. Stray shots
during a demonstration organized by
radical socialists and democrats re resulted
sulted resulted in a panic.
Despite the change in the chancel chancellorship,
lorship, chancellorship, the German reichstag revolt
apparently is unchecked. A majority
favoring a peace declaration will pre present
sent present a resolution Thursday when the
new chancellor is expected to make
his first speech.
The French took a position near
hill 304 which the Germans gained re recently.
cently. recently. The Germans were beaten
back in an 'attack in the Champagne.
COULDN'T HOLD KALUSZ
Kalusz has been evacuated by the
Russians, both Petrograd and Berlin
reports state. :
LITTLE FLURRY IN PETROGRAD
Petrograd, Monday Two demon demonstrations
strations demonstrations against the government re resulted
sulted resulted in a number being killed or
wounded in the Newsby prospect at
midnight. A few stray shots started
a panic. Participants turned rifles
and machine guns on each other.
The demonstrations were organized
by the majority faction of socialists
and democrats. w
TEUTON NAMES DISCARDED
London, July 17. King George at a
privy council announced that the
name of the royal house would be
changed to the "House of Windsor."
The German names Saxe-Coburg and
Gottenberg were discarded.
TREMENDOUS LOSS TO THE
TEUTONS
The French Front, June 20. (Cor (Correspondence).
respondence). (Correspondence). A conservative esti estimate
mate estimate of German losses during the
Franco-British offensive during April,
May and June places the number at
350,000.
DISCUSSING THE DIFFERENCES
Petrograd, July 17. Three mem mem-mers
mers mem-mers of the Russian cabinet resigned
at a specialsession convoked to avert
a crisis. They are -the minister of
finance, minister of education and the
head of the department of, public aid.
Their resignations followed a dis disagreement
agreement disagreement over questions affecting
Ukraine, an extensive region embrac embracing
ing embracing part of the territories of the old
kingdom of Poland. The premier re
quested the members to meet at his
residence in an effort to adjust their
differences.
OXFORD BARBECUE
In spite of the gathering war
clouds, on account of the expected de
parture of our soldiers boys "and to
keep up the grandest social gathering
for many counties around, Oxford
will, on the second day of Augusjt, rty
to duplicate or break the record of the
annual barbecue. Everybody invited
to be present and help make it a day
of pleasure not soon to be forgotten.
' General Manager.
SIXTEEN FORD FOR SALE
We have a first class 1916 model
Ford in splendid shape in every re respect.
spect. respect. Hurry if you want it. The
Maxwell Agency, Ocala, Fla.
7-16-4t The Maxwell Agency.
Advertise in the Star.

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(Associated Press)
DECISION
Court Has Ruled that in Order to
Vote a Man Must Have Some
' Intelligence
With the exception of the leading
statements of the case, familiar to
nearly all our people, and a number
of decisions made in other states, all
bearing on the case, but too lengthy
for the Star to reprint, following is
the substance of the supreme court
decision in the Marion county wet or
dry case:
On every alternate ballot the words
"Against Selling" and "For Selling"
were reversed. The words "Against
Selling" and "For Selling" were
printed in large, clear capitals.
' The court held that the two forms
of ballots were not "alike" in the true
sense of the statute and should not
have been reecived or counted under
Sections 210-219 of the General Sta Statutes
tutes Statutes of Florida, and declared the
election null and void.
The courtsthat hold that an elec elector
tor elector is not to be deprived of the high
privilege of voting on' account of any
irregularity, mistake, error, or even
wrongful act of the officers charged
with the duty of providing means
for, and conducting elections, take a
much higher stand than those which
insist upon a strict technical con construction.
struction. construction. Thus, where the ballots
furnished by the proper officials, were
improperly separated by the inspec inspectors
tors inspectors before being handed to the voter,
it was held to be an irregularity which
did not defeat the election. In dis discussing
cussing discussing it the court said: "In this
country, the right of the elector to
have his vote cast and counted is pro protected
tected protected from fraud or mistake by the
election officers by every possible
safeguard, where it appears that his
untrammeled right to this high priv privilege
ilege privilege of citizenship has not been de
nied or abridged."
"The individual voter may well be
called upon to see that the require requirements
ments requirements ofthe law applying to himself
are complied with before casting ; his
ballot, and, if he should wilfully or
carelessly violate the same, there
would be no hardship or injustice in
depriving him of his vote; but, if, on
the other hand, he should, in good
faith, comply with the law upon his
part, it would be a great hardship
were he deprived of his ballot through
some fault or mistake of an election
officer in failing to comply with a
provision of law over which the voter
had no control. It is also a question
in which the public have a direct and
important interest, for the loss of
such vote may have a controlling ef effect
fect effect upon a public matter. The con constitutional
stitutional constitutional provision aforesaid guar
antees the right to vote, and this, of
necessity, carries with it the right to
have the vote counted."
"It appears that the courts have es established
tablished established no rule which is generally
recognized by which it may be defi
nitely determined, when a provision
of an election law is to be regarded
as mandatory, and when merely di directory,
rectory, directory, or under what circumstances
a provision which is mandatory upon
the officials charged with the duty of
arranging for and conducting elec
tions, will be regarded as grounds for
nullifying an election, when the elec
tors have freely exercised the right
of suffrage and jere is no charge that
if the law had been strictly complied
with the result would have been dif different.
ferent. different. Republics regard the elective
franchise asTgacred, and the courts
should not set aside an election be-
cause some official has not complied

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COMPARED .WITH
SOUTHERN Hi'.
Two Killed and Several Injured
When Train 26 .Took
a Tumble
(Associated Press)
Charlotte, N. C, July 17. Two
people were killed when train No. 26
tumbled down an embankment at
Caldwell station. Fireman Kistler
and a negro passenger are dead, and
several were hurt. An afficial report
says spikes were removed from the
crossties.
with the law governing elections!
where the voter has done all in his
power to cast his ballot honestly and
intelligently, unless fraud has been
perpetrated or corruption or coercion
practiced to a degree to have affected
the result.
Our election' laws, like all others,
contain twov classes of. requirements,
and prohibitions. Over one the elect elector
or elector can exercise no control ; over the
other he can. He should be held to
strict accountability for such things
as are within his control, but not for
those things which public officials are
required to do. A voter may sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice his right to have his ballot ac accepted
cepted accepted and counted for wrongful or
illegal acts on his part, but he is not
to be deprived of his constitutional
rights by the neglect or wilful wrong
of a public officer charged with the
duty of supplying him with the means
or the opportunity of expressing his
choice. The attack on this election
is purely technical, as no fraud was
established, nor was it shown that a
single voter was preventetd from ex expressing
pressing expressing his choice, or that had the
ballots not been printed as they were
the result would have been different.
The reasoning by which it is at
tempted to make section 210 apply to
and govern 219, and the effect, if It
does, is not sound. Section 210 is in
tended to preserve the secrecy of the
ballot, and to prevent the use of any
ballot other than the "secret official
(ballots printed and distributed by
certain designated officials, and the
command that "no ballot shall be re received
ceived received or counted in any election to
which this act applies, except it be
provided as herein prescribed" unmis unmistakably
takably unmistakably refers to the official ballot
which the voter is required to use. If
he attempt to use a ballot other than
one provided or required by that sec section
tion section it shall not be "received or count counted."
ed." counted." The prohibition does not relate
to the provisions of sections 219 and
220. The first fixes the obligation of
the voter, and prohibits him from us using
ing using any ballot not provided for his use
by the state; while sections 219 and
220 are instructions to public officials.
To deprive an innocent person of his
rights because some public official
falls to do his duty, is abhorrent to
our sense of right and justice, and we
will not give to a statute a construc construction
tion construction which will produce that result.
Having reached this conclusion, it is
unnecessary for us to decide whether
the ballots provided for the voters
were "alike" or not. We will say
however that the word "alike" is not
synonymous with "identical;" a thing
Is "alike" another when it Is similar
to, or resembles it; while "identical"
means "exactly the same."
We cannot see how any one but a
blind man, or one who by reason of
ignorance could not read, could have
been confused or misled in the slight slightest
est slightest degree by the manner in which the
ballots were printed. Our statute
provides for, the inspectors assisting

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OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1917.

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(Associated
Washington, July 17. The Senate
military affairs committee made a
speed record when it unanimously de decided
cided decided in a forty-five-minute session to
favorably report the six hundred and
forty million dollar House aviation
bill without amendment.
GREECE IS, IN THE GAME
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(Associated Press)
Washington, July 1?. -Uncertainty
as to Greece's status in the world
war was cleared away today with the
receipt of official information that the
Greek government not only has sev severed
ered severed relations with all four of the
central powers, but is actually in a
state of war with them.
Information has reached the state
department that the Greek minister
in Paris has notified the French gov government
ernment government Greece considers herself a
full belligerent and will act accord accordingly.
ingly. accordingly. He said it was not necessary
to issue a formal declaration of war,
as the government feels it is bound
by the declarations previously issued
at Saloniki by Premier Venizelos.
Greece is expected to lose no time
in mobilizing her war resources and
joing effectively in the common allied
operations in the Balkans. The total
strength of the Venizelos army is
placed at about 60,000 men and the
remnants of the former regular army
while not over 30,000 now is capable
of reaching 300,000 if munitions are
provided.
OCALA'S HONOR ROLL
U. S. Navy Recruiting Station,
Room 211 Postoffice Building,
Ocala, Fla., July 17, 1917.
The following named men applying
for enlistment in the U. S. navy, were
accepted and sent to Atlanta for final
examination:
Graham Lewis Tugram, Umatilla,
apprentice seaman.
Robert L. Lewis, Hawthorne, en engineer's
gineer's engineer's corps.
Oris D. Richard, Lynne, appren apprentice
tice apprentice seaman.
Robert W. Wilson, Bushnell, ap apprentice
prentice apprentice seaman.
James C. Eagan, Crystal River,
engineer's corps.
George C. Rivenback, Bushnell, en engineer's
gineer's engineer's corps.
Now is the time for men of the
conscript age to enlist. Come while
you have the chance, the time is near
when your name will be called, and
then it will be' too late to enlist in the
navy. Good chances to learn a trade
for' inexperienced men: Machinists,
wireless operators, aviators, machin machinist's
ist's machinist's mates, etc. Also other chances
for bright young men.
Wm. B. Schlereth,
Commissary Steward, U. S. N.
the former, but leaves the latter to
pay the penalty of his ignorance un until
til until such time as he may himself re remove
move remove the disability. The testimony
discloses that the purpose of the ar arrangement
rangement arrangement of the words on the ballot
was to prevent fraud, by making it
impossible for an ignorant voter to
take with him into the booth a device
by which he would be enabled to
mark his ballot without being able
to read it.
The. record fails to show that any.
person entitled to vote was prevented
from expressing his choice, or that
the election was not a full, fair and
free expression of the will of the peo people,
ple, people, or that if the ballots had been
identical with respect to the arrange arrangement
ment arrangement of the words "For Selling" and
"Against Selling," the result would
have been different. We are therefore
constrained to hold that the election
was valid, and the decree of the lower
court is reversed."
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 keeping
ing keeping 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 Eagle Lake, Fla.

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- tiUTE SESSIOI
Press)
BRJTfSH HAUL OF
GERMAN BOATS
Out of Fourteen that Sailed from Rot Rotterdam,
terdam, Rotterdam, Only Three
Escaped
(Associated Press)
London, July 17. The admiralty
has announced the capture by British
destroyers of four German steamers
in the North Sea.
Two other steamers with the four
captured reached shore badly damag damaged
ed damaged by gunfire.
ONLY THREE ESCAPED
London, July 17. A Reuter dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Ymuiden says that four
German ships were- sunk by British
destroyers in the North Sea, four
captured, three stranded- and three
were forced to return to Rotterdam.
VETERINARIAN
LOCATES IN OCALA
Dr. A. R. Blott, a veterinarian of
wide experience and ability, has de decided
cided decided to locate in Ocala and serve the
section contiguous to this city in his
professional capacity. He is located
at the Tompkins stables, corner of
Fort King avenue and South Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street.
Dr. Blott is one of the state board
of health veterinary inspectors and
has served in the British army in the
same capacity. Since the European
war broke out he has been in charge
of a number of vessels transporting
horses and mules- from the United
States to Britain, having volunteered
his services immediately after the
outbreak. His first charge was in
New Orleans, where within six hours
after he had volunteered his services
to the government he was placed in
charge of a cargo of horses and
mules which left that city for Eng England.
land. England. Dr. Blott tenders his professional
services to the people of this section,
and will be welcomed by those who
are often in need of proficient ser services
vices services in his line.
Opera Dating From 1600.
"Eurydlce" was the first Italian op opera
era opera ever performed in public, and the
work excited an extraordinary amount
of attention. The score was first pub published
lished published In Florence in 1000 and was
dedicated to Marie de Medici, and It
was printed in 1608 in Venice, a copy
of the latter being well preserved In
the library of the British museum.
Both Legs Guilty.
Charles had formed the habit of run running
ning running off to the neighbors and even to
the nearby stores. As a punishment
for this his mother one day tied him to
the library table, tying .one end of the
rope to his leg, the other to the table.
Watching the proceeding with interest,
he remarked : "Tie the nover leg, too,
mamma, they bof runned away."
Where Blacking Gets Odor.
Shoeblacklng, says the Scientific
American, owes its peculiar aromatic
odor, faintly suggestive of the deep
woods, where "spruce and hemlock
needles pad the ground, to an oil which
Is manufactured from this same kind
of needles. The greater part of this
oil is distilled in New England dur during
ing during the winter.
Religion and Water.
The mayor of a tough border town
was about to engage a preacher for
the new church. "Parson, you aren't
by any chance a Baptist, are you?"
"Why, no, not necessarily. Why?"
"Well, I was Just a-goin to say we
have to haul our water 12 miles."
Indian Dyes From Dogwood.
Dogwood was the source of the fa famous
mous famous "Indian red" with which the vain
warriors dyed their eagle feathers and
buckskin clothes. They procured the
dye from the roots of the tree. This is
probably the most brilliant dye to be
procured from American trees.

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All Southern States Have Sent
Their Lists In

ONLY 111 STATES TO REPORT IN FULL AND THEY ARE EI EI-PIICTED
PIICTED EI-PIICTED TO C01PLEIE THE WORK III 48 HOURS

(Associated Press)

Washington, July 17. With only!
ten states remaining to be heard
from and with the serial number list
of all districts except 649 here, Pro Provost
vost Provost Marshal General Crowder is
hopeful that the preliminary stages
for the draft will be completed in the
next forty-eight hours. It is expected
now that the drawing will take place
Friday or Saturday. All southern
states are complete.
ALABAMA IS IN
Alabama later is reported as com complete,
plete, complete, leaving only nine states out.
BEGINNING TO AGREE ON THE
FOOD BILL
Senate leaders have virtually com completed
pleted completed drafting the amendment to the
food bill. Democrats and republicans
working together believe they will
command the support of the Senate.
One amendment provides for a food
commission of three instead of being
controlled by one man. Senator
Hardwick said as long as steel and
iron will be controlled by the govern govern-in
in govern-in entr there wasno reason why cot cotton
ton cotton should not be. He declared he
was opposed to national prohibition.
First Baptist Churches.
The name Baptist was first given to
certain congregations of English Sep Separatists
aratists Separatists which had recently restored
the ancient practice of immersion, in
1644, but the congregations were -several
years older than that. There were
two bodies of Baptists founded before
that date the Arminians, established
by the followers of John Smyth, who
had been a clergyman of the Church of
England, founding the first General
Baptist church in London in 1611, and
the Calvinistic, or Particular, Baptist
church, established in London in 1610.
Health of First Importance.
Exuberant health is better than
riches and power to a man; indeed it
often leads to their attainment. In
fact nothing is of greater Importance,
and there are few things regarding
which we know less practically speak speaking.
ing. speaking. Quackery, usage and superstition
have made us suspicious of health
talks and health-giving nostrums. Such
vagueness surrounds the whole subject
that you will hardly find two persons
to agree upon the general rules gov governing
erning governing physical health.
French Operas.
The earliest operas in France were
composed by.Lulli at the end of the
seventeenth century and Rameau at
the beginning of the eighteenth cen century,
tury, century, but they were little more than
Imitations of the Italian style. The
basis of the French opera was laid by
Gluck in the latter half of the eight eighteenth
eenth eighteenth century. Meyerbeer, Rossini,
Gounod and Thomas represent the
most popular of the Successors of
Gluck, with the more modern Massenet
and Carpentier.
Canny Edinburgh City Fathers.
Edinburgh owns several meadows,
some in the heart of the city. These
fields are put to good use. In the
spring they are hay fields, the crops
selling for very respectable sums, too,
each year. After the hay harvest Is
over Edinburgh lets out the meadows
for other purposes connected with cat cattle
tle cattle and farming and adds a bit more
to the money thus acquired by the can canny
ny canny Scotch rulers of the town.
Retrogression.
"Your nephew, the horse doctor, who
once distinguished himself by eloping
with the two-headed girl at the fair, Is
a candidate for the legislature, is he
not?" "Eh-yah!" replied the venerable
Missourian. "When a feller once gets
well started down the hill he just
nacner'Iy goes from bad to worse, and
there ain't no stopping him." Kansas
City, Star.
TWO FORDS FOR SALE
We have two Ford cars for sale.
Bargains. The Maxwell Agency,
Ocala, Fla. 7-14-4t

VOL. 23, NO. 173.

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Our Island Gem of the Antilles has
Voted for Alcoholic
Aridity
(Associated Press)
San Juan, Porto Rico, July 17.
With returned from sixty-two out of
seventy-six municipalities complete,
prohibition seems to have carried
more than two to one.
BETTER ENLIST AT OJSCE
- If you want' to go in your home
company, better enlist at once. Cap Captain
tain Captain Drake of Company "A" has just
received the following instructions
from the adjutant general:
St. Augustine, July 13, 1917.
Capt. Edward Drake,
Ocala, Fla.
1. After a man is drafted he can cannot
not cannot be enlisted.
2. lt will be necessary for the re recruiting
cruiting recruiting officer to definitely ascertain
whether or not man has been draft drafted
ed drafted before he is accepted for enlist enlistment.
ment. enlistment. J. B. Christian,
The Adjutant General.
, COWS STRAYED
Two cows strayed from my place on
Orange avenue road, 12 miles south
cf Ocala, Saturday, July 14th. One is
a dun-colored heifer, smooth crop and
bullet hole in both ears, branded with
"R." Other a short-horned Jersey
cow with white streak all way ca
back, marked with swallow fork in
both ears and had bell on. Reward for
notice of xtheir whereabouts or for
taking them up. E. C. Richards,
Summerfield, R. F. D. No. 1, Box 41.
7-16-2-dly 7-20-ltw
SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEDULE
Southbound
No. 9 Leaves Jacksonville 1:20 p.
m.; Ocala 4:15 p. m. Arrives Tampa,
7:35 p. m.
No. 1 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 p.
m.; Ocala, 1:45 a. m. Arrives St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, 7:45 a. m.
No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 a.
m.Ocala, 12:59 p. m.
Northbound
No. 10 Leaves Tampa at 1 p. m.;
Ocala, 4:15 p. m. Arrives Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 7:15 p. m.
No. 2 Leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
Ocala, 1:55 a. m. Arrives Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 Leaves Tampa, 9:10 a. m.;
arrive Ocala 1:10 p. m.; arrive Jack
sonville 5:10 p. m.
PLUMBING AHD
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING
When you have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting, let us furnish vou
estimates. No job too large and none
too small, tf H. W. Tucker.
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
fee, roasted and distributed exclusive
ly by the Tampa Coffee Mills. Get
the habit. 7-10-tf
Let us nt your car up with the
famous GOODRICH TIRES. There
are none better. Blalock Bros., 107
Oklawaha avenue. -S-tf

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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1917

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERT DAT EXCEPT 6UNDAT
UITTI.VGEIt CARROLI PROPRIETORS
II. II. Carroll, General Haiager Port V. ITod, Baritm Manager
J. n. BcBjamlm, Editor
Entered at Ocala. Fla.. postofflce as econd class matter

Phone Five-One

SUBSCRIPTION RATES
(Domestic) Frl)
One year. In' advance ....$5.00 One year. In advance......
Six months. In advance 2.60 Six month. In advance....
Three months, in advance 1.26 Three months, in advance.
One month. In advance.. ..M One month, in advance...

Kermit Roosevelt, son of Colonel
Roosevelt, intends to join the British
expedition in Mesopotamia.
It looks like nine-tenths of the
selected men may be exempt if they j
choose. But they won't choose.
Stacking away food to. save it may
be cold storage. Stacking it away to
speculate with it is cold-blooded stor storage.
age. storage.
There is no such thing as the poor
newspaper man living on 5 cents a
day any more. Even the humble soda
cracker has gone up to 8 cents a box.
Eleven neutral vessels loaded with
supplies for their respective nations
left American ports Saturday. The
British fleet will probably gather
them in.
What is sweeter than the smile of
a slice of watermelon? Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. We prefer the smile of an entire
peach. ..
Hostility to any one of our allies in
the war Is only a form of vicarious
treason to America. Tampa Tribune.
That's good sense as well as good
Americanism.
One of the first results of the em
. .'
bargo was to teach the greasers
a'ong the border that they are almost
wholly dependent on the despised
isringoes for food.
resident Wilson cut off a channel
of information used by Prussian spies
when he placed a ban on German in
surance companies writing marine in
surance in the United States.
The American people must stand
by their government. It will make
mistakes, and sometimes it will make
them lots of tr6uble, but it is the one
strong thing that can pull them out
of the chaos of world murder.
When Senator Stone of: Missouri,
told the Senate there might be a pos
sibility of early peace even now, Sen
alor Williams of Mississippi, replied
that the world must bid "eternal fare farewell
well farewell to democracy" or crush Prussia
with the sword.
The Japs are ready to send a fleet
to the Atlantic if the Allies wish it.
About 500,000 men sent to the Bal Balkans
kans Balkans probably would be about the big biggest
gest biggest service Japan could render to the
Allies just now. Albuquerque Jour Journal.
nal. Journal. '.
How about feeding them?
From the day our country went in
the war, we have never had any
doubt it would be victorious. It's
government may blunder, and its peo people
ple people may suffer, but in the end the
stars and stripes will be the proudest
banner and mean the most to the
most people of any flag that floats on
this planet.
The Tampa Tribune stoutly, de declares
clares declares that it is the friend of Catts.
Posibly so. A newspaper that licks
the boots of a public man is seldom
his best friend. The Tribune is the
only influential paper in the state
that claims to be Catts' friend, and
if he is wise he will pay attention to
its obvious discontent at some of his
recent acts.
A standardized airplane could be
turned out by the Ford works as eas easily
ily easily as a1, land machine, and boxes of
the parts could be sent over in. a
cruiser or battleship! Times-Union.
If the engine in a Ford airplane be be-haved
haved be-haved like the engine in a Ford car,
ita not us that advises our dear
friends to go into the aviation branch
of the service.
Gov. Catts was probably trying to
make good his declaration, "Sumptu "Sumptuary
ary "Sumptuary laws will have no place in my
administration," when on a recent
Sunday he visited Pablo and took in
the sights of "Little Coney." We
are glad the gov. had a good time.
Any man who has to stay in Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee so much certainly has a little
relaxation coming to him.
When "it comes to outlining the
peace terms, it is possible that the
most unrelenting of the Allied diplo diplomats
mats diplomats will be President Wilson. No
one knows better than he how treach
erous and cruel the German govern government
ment government is, and it is more than probable
that he will be more determined than
any other to put it where it can do
the world no further harm.
Maj.-Gen. Gorgas, surgeon general
of the army, commends the war de department's
partment's department's policy of locating most of
the training camps in. the South. He
said: "I am strongly in favor of sites
in the South for training camps be because
cause because of health advantages to the

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men. The outstanding fact is that
men trained in the South will have
weather conditions permitting their
being out of doors practically all of
every day. in certain regions, wisely
chosen for our National Guard camps,
rain is scarce in tne winter wnen
the heaviest training will be done
and at night soldiers here will sleep
in quarters where there is free air
circulation. There is, of course, a
military advantage involved beyond
the fundamental gain of having sol
diers physically fit for their work. It
is obvious that men in training should
have the maximum hours per day
and days per week for drill' and ex
erase. I he lew weeks of summer
weather which soldiers in the South
may encounter will be more than off
set by the long autumn and mild win
ter, during which the troops will un
dergo the larger part of their train
ing."
HAVE DONE THEIR
HITCH IN HADES
The following little poem aptly ex
pressed the feeling of the members of
the Second Florida Infantry, when
they returned from the border.. But
they are ready to take a hitch on the
Teutons now.
am sitting here a-thinking of the
things I left behind.
And I hate to put on paper what is
running through my mind;
we ve dug a million trenches, and
' cleared ten miles of ground,
And a meaner place this side of hel
I know is still unfound;
But there's one great consolation
gather closely while I tell tell-When
When tell-When we die well go to Heaven, for
we've done our hitch in Hell.
We've built a hundred kitchens for
the cooks to stew our beans,
We've stood a hundred guard mounts.
and cleaned the camp latrines,
We've washed a million mess kits.
and peeled a million spuds, -We've
made a million blanket rolls,
and washed a million duds.
.The number of parades we've made
would be very hard to" tell,
But well not parade in Heaven, for
we've done our hitch in Hell.
We've killed a million rattlesnake
that tried to take our cots,
We've shaken scores of centipedes
from out our army socks,
We've marched a hundred thousand
miles and made a thousand
camps, n
And pulled a million cactus thorns
, from out our army pants,
But when our work on earth is done
our friends behind will tell: -"When
they died, they went to Heaven
they have done their hitch in
Hell." v,,
When the final' taps is sounded, and
we lay aside life's cares,
And we do the last parading up the
shining, golden stairs,
And the angels bid us welcome, and
the harps begin to play,
And we draw a million canteen checks
and spend them in a day,
It is then we'll hear St. Peter tell us
loudly with a yell:
"Take a front seat, Second Infantry
you've done your hitch in Hell."
Names of American military
heroes, including several Confederate
leaders, have been given by the war
department to the thirty-two canton cantonments
ments cantonments in which the national army and
the National Guard will be mobilized
foi training. The locality at Macon
where our Florida boys will train will
be called "Camp Wheeler," after the
dashing young Confederate cavalry
general and the afterward grizzled
old veteran of the Spanish-American
war Gen. Joe Wheeler.
During the absence of the governor,
we presume that Confidential Man
Burke is running the office. There has
been a general suspicion that he runs
it when the governor is at home.
Tampa Tribune.
And Burke would probably tell you,
if you didn't like the way it was run
you could help yourself.
Says the Arcadia News: "The new
Russian flag is to be white, blue and
red." -V ;
Three cheers for the white, blue and
red,
Three cheers for the white, blue and
- red; -.
Our banners make tyranny tremble.
Three cheers for the white, blue and
:. red.
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A FEW LEFT

We are glad to copy the following
from the Lakeland Star:
"What, are you going to let those
sons of rebels raise that flag for this
city?"
That remark was made by a man
in this town to one oi the leading la
dies of the G. A. R. when the pro program
gram program of the flag raising wa3 being
planned for July 4th. He referred to
the fact that the fine Boy Scouts of
America were to raise Old Glory and
referred to them as "sons of rebels."
In fact four or five of those very
boys were sons of northern men and
as many mayhave been sons of
southern soldiers. But we have made
the base for our argument in stating
the facts above.
we aesire to state at tne outset,
that our birth place was in the north
and that no man can accuse us of be being
ing being partisan because we don't believe
that any American citizen with his
right mind can make such a state statement
ment statement and fling it in the face of the
boys of the south who are just as
good as the boys of the north. In
fact we hate to think that there is
any north and south; we would like
to believe that the Union soldier and
the Southern soldier are Americans;
that they believe in supporting Old
Glory no matter who raises it and we
do believe that when this country
makes her demands for men for de defense
fense defense the south has always beat the
north in patriotism and in support of
the flag. But right here in Lakeland
is a man who made all the human ef
forts possible to stop the fourth of
July celebration and on top of that
sneered at the good ladies because
the flag was to be raised by "sons
of rebels." We were dumfounded
when that was told us and yet can't
believe hardly that a man would be
so narrow minded and peevish as to
allow his lips to uttei such an ex
pression.
It was our privilege to have the
honor of addressing the Boys in Blue
two years ago at their annual mem memorial
orial memorial exercises in a Kansas town and
at' that time we made the statement
that had General Lee been backed by
a3 many men and well equipped army
as was General Grant the results of
the war of the rebellion would have
been different; both men were great
generals and they had splendid fight fighters
ers fighters back to them; but don't you know
that as a general thing the individual
soldier of the south believed that he
was fighting for a greater principle
than the man of the north; it meant
his home, his property and everything
he had if he lost, while the soldiers
of the north were not so absolutely
uniform in their beliefs that they
were fighting for a cause which came
so" close home to them. But regard-
less of the principles involved the
men of the south were just as sincere
in their beliefs as the men of the
north; they had as much right to de defend
fend defend their position as did the other
side and had they not been so sincere,
had they not believed that they had a
right to keep slaves and that the ne negro
gro negro was their born servants, do you
suppose that a battle and a war of
four years would have been fought?
Do you believe that there would have
been a Gettysburg, a Vicksburg or a
Chickamauga had not the men who
were leaders and privates on both
sides felt that they were absolutely
right in lining up father against son
and brother against brother? Did
you ever hear of a bloodier fought
and a more determined war than the
civil war in this country and still we
have men today who don't believe in
being fair who think that their side
of an issue is the only honest one and
who are so narrow and conceited
that no man is right but himself.
THE "POPE'S FLAG" AGAIN
When unanimity of feeling at home
is necessary to the exertion of Our
full strength abroad, shall we find
our own people dividing on religious
lines so as to bring discord among
us-? Is ignorance on vital points of
our own administration of the laws
beginning to trouble the family at
home ? Let us consider some questions
put by the editor of a Florida paper,
who says:
"When, the Times-Union appeared
on Monday with the cross flag, flying
above the national emblem, all sorts
of remarks were made by the people
of this. county. Some said this was
the flag of the pope of Rome and its
appearance showed the surrender of
our nation. It was said that none but
Roman Catholic chaplains were al allowed
lowed allowed on our battleships. Some said
three of the members of President
Wilson's cabinet were 'Roman Cath
olics.: .Will you inform us on these
matters?"
The cut printed in the Times
Union showed immediately beneath
that the cross was flown above the
flag on a battleship to designate the
nour ot divine service would any
Christian have it flown lower? In ac
tive service the Red Cross is flown
over the national flag to designate a
relief station or an organization de'
voted to the care of the sick and
wounded; then it points out a French
or British or American or German
station. The Red Cross is the em
blem of a world-wide organization
devoted to the relief of suffering and
it" is seen where epidemics break out,
where people suffer from disease or
starvation from floods or other mis misfortune.
fortune. misfortune. Does it degrade any flag to
place such an emblem above it?
The papal flag is yellow and white,
bearing the tiara and the keys as is
shown in all the unabridged diction dictionaries
aries dictionaries and cyclopedias this has never

been shown in company with Old
Glory.
No member of President Wilson's

cabinet is a Roman Catholic, though;
his private secretary is a member of
that church.
Ail the chaplains in the army and
navy are appointed by the president;
the law leaves the appointment to his
discretion, except that each chaplain
must be a regular minister of a rec recognized
ognized recognized church who has been recom recommended
mended recommended by the authorities of his
church, as of good social and moral
standing, etc.
In the navy the Protestant chap chaplains
lains chaplains outnumber the Catholics by
about ten to "one. A majority of the
battleships have Protestant chaplains.
In the World's Almanac the denomi denominations
nations denominations of the army chaplains are
given, but while the chaplains of the
navy are named by that
authority
they are not distinguished by denom
inations.
President Wilson is not a Catholic
and has very strict convictions on
church matters; while we hope he has
used his powers to deal fairly with
the Catholic sailors and marines
there is not the slightest reason to
believe that he has given them h
monopoly of religious instruction on
our battleships. We have answered
these questions in print because the
Times-Union is charged with provid providing
ing providing a basis for the reports prevalent
in at least one county in the state and
because the facts may be needed in
other communities. Has intolerance
spread its black banner over this fair
land ? Times-Union.
It's doing its best to-do so.
WHY WORRY ABOUT THE DRAFT
Here is consolation for every man
who has registered and expects to be
drafted in the great war lottery this
month. It comes from an Atlanta
boy who has. been on the firing line
in France and knows what he is talk
ing about:
You have two alternatives: either
you are drafted or you are not. If
not, you have nothing to worry about.
If you are drafted, you have two al
ternatives: you are in camp or you
are at the front. If you are in camp
you have nothing to worry about. If
you are at the front you have two al alternatives:
ternatives: alternatives: either you are held in re reserve
serve reserve or you are sent to the firing
line. If you are in reserve you have
nothing to worry about. If you are
sent to the firing line you have two
alternatives: either you fight or you
don't. If you don't you have noth
ing to worry about. If you do, you
have two alternatives: either you get
hurt or you don't. If you don't you
have nothing to worry about. If you
do get hurt you have two alter alternatives:
natives: alternatives: either you are slightly hurt
cr badly hurt.. If slightly hurt, you
have nothing to worry about. If bad badly
ly badly hurt you have two alternatives:
either you recover or you don't. If
you recover you have nothing to
worry about, ii you don't recover,
then you are dead and can't worry.
So what's the use of worrying about
the draft?
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TEMPERANCE NOTES
(By the National Roman's Chrls-
tian Temperance Union.)
NOTED SURGEON CONDEMNS
BEER.
"I have a good deal of knowledge
of the effects of beer drinking both In
this country and abroad," writes Dr.
Howard A. Kelly of Johns Hopkins
university. "It is injurious all the
time, creating drunkards, disrupting
homes, and robbing poor children and
mothers. of millions of dollars wasted
over the bar of the saloon. The habit habitual
ual habitual beer-drinker stands small chance
of recovering from an attack of pneu
monia. Moderate quantities of beer
Impair efficiency, and our working
people lose thousands of dollars year yearly
ly yearly by being laid off because of the In Injurious
jurious Injurious habit of beer-drinking.
"Alcoholism is a physical, moral and
spiritual disease,' and In any form
whatever alcohol Is Injurious. There
Is no such thing as moderate drink
ing. All drinking is excessive."
ALCOHOL AND ATHLETICS.
The change which has come over
the country In this respect, Is -nowhere
"more definitely demonstrated than in
professional athletics, such as baseball.
In the old days managers used to
wink when a good man, took a drink
now and then, provided his batting av average
erage average was up to snuff.
Now, no matter what hi standing
or daily record, a professional baseball
player who is caught "off the wagon"
not only is likely to receive a harsh
reprimand, but also a fine will usually
be assessed against him. II. Orville
Page, Athletic Director University of
Chicago.
WHAT WILL THE POOR TAXPAY TAXPAY-ER
ER TAXPAY-ER DO WITH HIS MONEY?
The jail of Skagit county, Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, is empty The sheriff when asked
recently "What's going on in. the
jail?" replied, "Nothing going on but
the rent." A big populous county and
nobody in jail I
What will all 4he poor jailers do in
the states that are going dry? And
what will the taxpayer do with his
money when he no longer has to pay
for the building and support of jails,
asylums, reformatories, etc?
In Kentucky 203 distillers have of offered
fered offered their services to the United
States government to make alcohol for
the manufacture of explosives.
Alcohol kills the living and preserves
the dead.
The only good side of a saloon is
the outside.
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I have a number of houses you can
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call and see my list of houses from
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Lean Hard
Child of My Love, "learn hard."
And let me feel the pressure of thy
care:
know thy burden, child I shaped it,
Poised in mine hand, made no pro
portion
n its weight to thine unaided
strength:
Before I ever laid it on. I said,
"I shall be ever near, and while she
leans on me
Thi3 burden shall be mine, not hers;
So shall I keep my child within the
circling arms
Of mine own love." Here lay it down,
nor fear
To impose it on a shoulder which up-

noias ; amj js a f requent visitor. Webster
The government of worlds yet closer... .

come,
Thou art not near enough; I would
embrace thy care
So I might feel my child reposing on
my breast.
Thou lovest me. I know it. Doubt not
then,
But loving, lean hard. Selected.
Good Fairy Tea Shop to Close Dur- j
ing Summer Months
The friends and patrons of Miss
Doris Murray and the "Good Fairy
Tea Shop," will be sorry to hear that
the popular tea shop will close its
doors tomorrow for the summer
months. It is good news, however, to
announce that it will open again Oct.
1st, when Miss Murray will probably,-
have her friend, Miss Jane Frey of
Chicago, to assist her in her duties.
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Miss Murray plans to re-decorate the
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tea onup mm iiiis.e iw even muie at
tractive than before, if such a task is
possible.
Miss Murray will spend the next
few weeks with her aunt, Mrs. G. K.
Williams at the lake, after which she
will visit friends and relatives in New
York' and Chicago.
Miss Manon Hendry of Perry arriv
ed in Ocala yesterday afternoon for a
several weeks visit to Miss Isabelle
Davis.
The Junior sewing circle of the
Methodist church will meet tomorrow
afternoon with Mrs. E. G. Rivers at
4 o'clock.
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"Patria" will be shown at the Tem
ple today with a two-reel L. Ko. Kom-
edy and a Pathe News.
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Judge and Mrs. W. S. Graham of
Tampa are being congratulated on
the arrival of a little son, born Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, July 14. Mrs. Graham was
formerly Miss Sara McCreary and
has nany friends in Ocala who are
quite interested in her little son, as
well as his elder sister.
Mrs. Clem Purvis of Raiford arriv
ed yesterday to visit her mother, Mrs.
D. M. Boney until Thursday.
The many friends of Mrs. Thomas
Sexton, who has been at the hospital
for the past ten days, are glad to J
hear she is doing well, and expects to
return to her home this afternoon.
Mrs. B. T. Perdue has returned
home from a short visit to Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Crosby at San Mateo.
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Mr. John Rooke of New York city,
arrived in Ocala today from Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville for a visit to his cousin, Mr. W.
K. Zewadski.
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Mrs. J. D. MacDonald returned
home today from Palatka, where she
spent the week end with her parents
in West End. Mrs. MacDonald ex expects
pects expects to return to Palatka on Thurs Thursday
day Thursday for a several days' visit and will
be accompanied by rMs. C. B. Zewad Zewadski.
ski. Zewadski. .-'
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow returned home
yesterday afternoon from Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, where she spent the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Galloway and
the latter's little niece returned home
yesterday from Jacksonville, where
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they spent the week-end with Mrs.
Galloway's sister, Miss Nona Sewell
of Brooksville, who was operated on
recently for appendicitis. Miss Sewell
was able to accompany them home
and will spend several weeks here.
Woman's Club Notes
The name of Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe,
who will act as chairman of the ani animal
mal animal protection committee of the
Woman's Club this coming year,
was unintentionally omitted in the
list of chairmen in yesterday's paper.
All officers and chairmen of com committees
mittees committees are requested to attend the
executive board meeting at 4 o'clock
this afternoon at the Woman's Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss and
Professor and Mrs. Capps of Ocala,
spent Tuesday in Webster. Mr.
Chambliss has large interests here,

items in Tampa Times.
Mrs. Peabody of Sanford is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Don Peabody
of Tavares.
'The Chattel," a Vitagraph Blue
I Ribbon feature, will be shown at the
Temple Wednesday, starring E. H.
rSothern, the world's most famous ac
tor, supported by the charming Eng English
lish English beauty, Peggy Hyland.
Mrs. S. H. Flippen and daughter,
Miss Winnie Flippen of Watertown,
Tenn., have arrived in Ocala for an
extended visit to Mrs. Flippen 's son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C.
F. Flippen on Ocklawaha avenue.
m m m
iurs. iv. i-. Anaerson expects 10
. . A ,
leave Thursday for Atlanta, where
Mrs. R. L. Anderson : expects to
she will spend ten days visiting her
three sons, who are at Fort McPher McPher-son.
son. McPher-son. Mrs. Annie Van Deman left For Forsyth,
syth, Forsyth, Ga., last Saturday for Asheville,
N. C, to be the guest of Mrs. H. M.
Hampton and two children for the
next six weeks.
-
Mrs. Moore of New York city, who
spent the past two months in Ocala
with her daughter, Mrs. L. R. Tram Trammel!,
mel!, Trammel!, left today for Jacksonville,
where she will visit her sister.
Mrs. M. H. Temple returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday to her home in Ocala, after a
visit with her daughter, Mrs. B. B.
Beville. Gainesville Sun.
Miss Ruth Blair of Ocala, who has
been visiting her sister in Tampa, is
again the guest of Mrs. C. F. Mar Marshall
shall Marshall in Port Tampa. v
Mr. and Mrs. Jerre Crook and Mr.
O. H. Beyer of Bartow and Miss Ruby
Gissendaner of Ocala, were Tampa
visitors at the Hillsboro Sunday.
Mrs. Bunyan Stephens and son,
Master McClure Stephens, left yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon for Shelbyville, Ky.,
where they will spend the remainder
of the summer with Mrs. Stephen's
parents.
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Proper Judgment.
There Is sometimes more sheer cour courage
age courage in the little body of a gray squirrel
than there is ia the whole vast carcass
of an elephant. An old, old story tells
of a Sunday-school lad who was asked
why the lions didn't eat Daniel. His
answer was. "Because most of him was
backbone and the rest of him was
grit." It is the inside measurement of
a man that counts. We must judge by
the moral and not the physical values
whether he is strong.

Longfellow's Inspiration.
Hawthorne told Longfellow the story
of Evangeline, adding that he had been
urged to write a romance based on it,
but thought It better suited for verse.
The story of Hiawatha, related to
Schoolcraft by Abraham Le Fort, an
Onondaga chieftain, furnished the poet
with the outline of his embellished
verse. The "Tales of a Wayside Inn"
were suggested by an old colonial hos hostelry
telry hostelry at Sudbury, Mass., which still Is
In existence.
How to Sharpen Knife and Razor.
There are certain rules adopted by
cutlers for sharpening razors, pocket pocket-knives,
knives, pocket-knives, etc "A razor," said one of the
craft, "must be laid flat on the hone,
because it Is hollow ground and re requires
quires requires a fine edge. But a pocket-knife
requires a stiff edge, and the moment
you lay it flat on a stone so as to touch
the polished side you injure the edge.
It must be held at an angle of 20 to 25
degrees and have an edge similar to a
chisel."
Substitute for Ferns.
Ferns do not survive well in the
furnace heat of a house. Fill the
fern dish with rich earth and plant
the seed of grapefruit. Put them in
thickly and cover a half inch deep. Keep
well watered. In about, two weeks
you'll have a beautiful green center dish
which, besides adding a touch of re refreshing
freshing refreshing color to the table, lasts all
winter with little care. New York
Evening Sun.
Habit of Health.
To acquire the habit of health It is
necessary to cultivate the habit of ex expecting
pecting expecting it. Cultivate, too, the habit
of cheerfulness in your daily occupa occupation,
tion, occupation, of optimism in your daily reflec reflections,
tions, reflections, of urbanity toward others, and
consideration for their rights as well
as extenuation for their failures. I
believe we should be healthy n body,
glad In heart, and aspiring in spirit.
Unity.
Frank Explanation.
It was at a private entertainment,
and a lady had just risen from the
piano. "Would you like to be able to
sing and play as I do, dear?" she
queried of a little five-year-old miss.
"No, ma'am," was the unexpected re reply.
ply. reply. "And why not?" asked the lady.
" 'Cause," explained the small observer,
"I wouldn't like to have people say
such horrid things about me."
How It Would Tempt Him..
"See yon fat fowl," whispered the
tall tramp at the water tank ; "wouldst
thou enjoy him?" "Yeas," yawned the
laziest tramp in all the states and ter territories,
ritories, territories, "if de engine killed him, a cy cyclone
clone cyclone whirled all his feathers off and
de lightning struck de dry grass and
baked him nice and brown, I wouldst
enjoy him, pard, yes, verily." Se Selected.
lected. Selected.
Well Hidden.
James, three, had a couple of pen pennies
nies pennies and forgot where he put them. He
asked his mother If she knew where
they were. She said: "I don't know,
James, where did you put them?" He
said: "I don't know, mamma, but it
will be a good place, anyway ; nobody
will find them."
Hearfc Necessity.
Welfare requires one or two com companions
panions companions of intelligence, probity and
grace,, to wear out life with persons
with whom we can speak a few rea reasonable
sonable reasonable words every day, by whom we
can measure ourselves, and who shall
hold us fast to good sense and virtue.
Emerson.
Veal roasts, veal cutlets, veal stews,
pickled pigs' feet, frankfurters, Iiver Iiver-wurst,
wurst, Iiver-wurst, imported Swiss cheese and dill
pickles at the Delicatessen Shop to today.
day. today. 2t
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Mozart Wrote First German Opera.
In Germany, until the rise of Wag Wagner,
ner, Wagner, the opera was marked by little
national originality. Mozart was the
first opera writer among the German
composers. To Weber especially will
remain the story of having first found founded
ed founded a distinct German operatic style.
Aged and Oldened.
"He has oldened" for "he has aged
Is not good. In the first place, It Is
harder to say, and, in the second place,
it is so near obsolete as to be practical practically
ly practically unintelligible. In a way it Is Eng English,
lish, English, but not present-day English.
Daily Thought.
I wish I could be reincarnated In
some little Japanese baby so that I
could see and feel the world as beau beautifully
tifully beautifully as a Japanese brain does.-
Anon.
Unfortunately.
It is always the person not in the
predicament who knows what ought
to have been done.: Dickens.
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Vessels large may venture more, but
little boats should keep near shore,
Franklin.
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
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PAGE FOUR

OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1917

Masons meet Thursday evening.
Council meets tonight.
Elks meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Masons meet Thursday night.
Rebakahs failed to meet last night
on account of rain.
Mr. Fred Cook left today
week's stay in Leesburg.
for a
Buy your drugs from the Rexall
store it it always the best drug
store. tt
Mr. Richard Stroud is back at the
Munroe & Chambliss Bank alter a
two weeks' vacation.
Now is the time to plant camphor
trees. Prices low. Call 288.
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mr. xiugn ueiger oi onnecucui,
TT t -I ? Jt l! L 1
leaves toaay ior jacicsonviiie, aner a
ten days visit to ucaia inenas.
wioice western sieaKs, mutton
sr tir 4 A- i ii.. I
cnops and porK cnops at tne uencaies-
1 all V-k 1 A I
bn onup. ai.
inessrs. iv. ii. ruruora ana oain
V T T T- J 1 I
xviatnews were xampa visitors sun-
j i
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ine largest line oi oatning caps u.
the city all shades, shapes and col
ors. Ths Court Pharmacy. 15-tf
Mr. E. A. Osborne went to Tampa
today for a several days' business
trip.
The largest line of bathing caps in
the citv all shades, shapes and col-
ors. The Court Pharmacy. 15-tf
' I
W. K. Lane, M. u.. Physician and
1 I
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
TliAot f aw 1 Ihrfipv RinM.nor rOfllfl
Florida.
tf
A special lot of Men's Shoes at real
bargain prices. Rheinauer's. 4t
Get my price on a Fairbanks-Morse
rn Rhpller. W . J. -Moliehee. rlis-li
corn sheller. W.
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tributor.
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Salomi-German if you Like.
Cerevelat Sausage
Farmer Sausage
Sweast Style Metwurst
Mortadella
Lunch Loaf
Boiled Ham
Sliced Breakfast Bacon
Chipped Dried Bacon
PHONES 16174
tiall stones, cancer' and ulcers ofthe
stomach and intestines, auto-intoxication,
yellow jaundice, appendicitis and
ther fatal ailments result for stom stom-ich
ich stom-ich trouble. Thousands of stomach
sufferers owe their complete recovery
to Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Unlike
n'y other for stomach ailments. For
sale by the Court Pharmacy and
iruggists everywhere.
TER010LYSW0LLEN
Suffering Described As Tcrtcre
Relieved fcy Black-DraugLt.
Rossville, Ga. Mrs. Kate Lee Able, o!
this place, writes: "My husband is an
engineer, and once while lifting, he in injured
jured injured himself with a piece cf heavy ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, across the abdomen He was
so sore he could not bear to press on
himself at all, on chest or abdomen. He
weighed lC51bs., and fell off until he
weighed 110 lbs., in two weeks.
He became constipated and it looked
like he would die. had three different
doctors, yet with all their medicine, his
bowels failed to .net. He would turn i:p
a ten-cent bottle of csslor ci!, and drir.k
it two or three days in succession. l!e
did this yet without result. We became
desperate, he suffered so. He was swol swollen
len swollen terribly. He to!d me h:s suffering
could only be described as torture.
I sent and bought Thcdford's Black Black-Draught.
Draught. Black-Draught. I made him take a big dese,
and when it began to act he fainted, he
was in such misery, but he pet relief and
began to mend at once. He got well,
and we both feel- he owes his life to
Thedford's Black-Draught."
Thedford's Black-Draught will help you
to keep fit, ready for- the day's work.
Try it! NC-131

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D. E. STROBLE

Mr. D. E. Stroble, an old citizen of
ttolWiew died this morning. The
! funeral will take place tomorrow, in
terment being made in the Belleview
cemetery.
POTATO VINES
Sweet potato vines, Jersey
and I
Porto Rico Yams, at $1.50 per thou-
. 0 TTTfl T' I
sand. Apply to uamp oi vyu&oh, xv.cu
drick", Fla.. 17-ot
USED MAXWELL ROADSTER
a naoH Mawo Koanster. srooai
. k v . 1,
icondition. A bargain. The Maxwell
Agency, Ocala, Florida.
7-14-17 wl I
"Now is the time to take up the
, i 1 11 TUT 1 I
matter oi Buying a jrc u..
aiCUenee, aisiriDUior.
All our straw nats now going
half price. Khemauer s. 4t
Choice Western steaks, mutton
chops and pork chops at the Delicates-
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i hen onop. I
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Kev. tfunyan atepnens teiegrapns
from Jacksonville that tne next meet-i
ing oi tne uoy acouis is w oe nem
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nday evening instead oi tms eve-
. "1 1
nmg. The scouts win go on a nine
to UKe weir next wees.
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a special lot oi men s onoes ai reaii
bargain prices. Knemauer s. i
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Sea bass, red snapper and pompano
. . i t m I
at tne Delicatessen anop tooay.
A special lot of Men's Shoes at real
bargain prices. Rheinauer s. 4t
Let me quote you on a pumping
outnt. 'W.J. mcuenee, uistnoutor. n
a tit t :i a. x
One of Ocala's prettiest young mat-
ron? says the only fault she has with
punaay is mat mere is no tar w
r 1 il A A 1 rt J A I
read tnat day. n sne and ouu oi ner
f tiania Ttnll r r i v try on1 enhcinrifl nra 1
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w B'vc wwl
All our straw nats now going at
half price. Rheinauer's. 4t
Mr. J. H. Prince of Largo, one of
the state's largest citrus fruit men,
returned home yesterdav after' a
several days motor trip to Ocala and
1
ner iieai uv akbiauLiuiia.
her nearby attractions.
The largest line of bathing caps in
the city; all shades, shapes and col
ors. Tne (Jourt Jfnarmacy. lo-ti
Engineer Henney is here from New
York, and if Contractor Thompson
will come up from Tampa, our new
water and electric plant may be turn turned
ed turned over to the city in a day or two. 1
Come in and let me show you a
Williams Grist Mill. W. J. McGehee,
distributor. tf
Mr. C. R. Downing, who put the big
unaflow engine in at the waterworks,
returned from Pennsylvania today, to
be present when'the plant is accepted.
Everybody looks up to Mr. Downing,
and Ocala would be glad to have him
stay permanently.
I have anything" in .the electrical
line. Ask about them. W. J. McGehee,
distributor. tf
Sea bass red snapper and pompano
at the Delicatessen Shop today. 2t
A Star reporter happened into
Judge Smith's office today, just in
time to help the judge marry off two
couples. One was Mr. Mathew Neil,
a stalwart young man from Lowell,
who joined heart and hands with Miss
Edna May Seevers, a pretty young
lady of the same neighborhood. The
bride's mother, Mrs. Zeba Seevers,
accompanied them. The other was
Mr. Elbert R. Gwann and Miss Othlla
Cassel, a popular and good-looking
young couple from Bay Lake. With
them was another pair of newlyweds,
the, groom's nephew, Mr. Arthur
Gwann of Gainesville and his bride,
nee Miss Mattie Waldron, a pretty
girl of Bay Lake,' who were wedded in
Gainesville yesterday. In giving good
wishes all around, the reporter could
not help giving this last couple a genw
tie scolding for not being married in
Marion county, and made them prom promise
ise promise to do so next time. v
Aurora BoreaHs.
Manifestations of aurora borealls are
commonly visible In America as far
south as 40 degrees which would In Include
clude Include New York. At 40 degrees lati latitude
tude latitude about ten auroras are visible In a
year; at 42 degrees about twenty, and
45 about forty, while between the lati latitudes
tudes latitudes of 50 and 60 degrees, the zone of
the greatest frequency, they may be
seen almost any clear night. South of
40 degrees they are rare.
Beam In the Eye.
Many a child, as "Well as some old
er persons, has puzzled over that
"beam" In the eye of which the New
Testament speaks. It Is not always
understood that this means a beam of
light.' But It was left to Solomon
Bernhard, In his wood cuts illustrat
ing the Bible, published at Lyons in
1553, to picture this beam as one of
wood, rectangular tn section, and sev
. 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
Star ads. are business builders.

U SOCIAL Stffil

(Continued from Third Page
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead spent yester
day with friends at Orange Lake.
.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Rivers have
purchaser a Hudson super six from
Mr. Mac Taylor
Mrs. O. C. Tignor and children are
here from Bushnell, for a visit to
Mrs. Tignor's mother, Mrs. Bachelder.
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miiii ill I i i.. iiii i iiyii r iiii
thejr party, after a most pleasant
trip as lar norm as inaiui-
inooga, are at home again.
Mrs. R. J. Rivers and children,
Johnson and AgneSf expect ieave
PHH:)V fft North and South Carolina.
where thev will SDend the remainder
f summer with relatives
Mr. Tom Wallis returned home ves-
, oavannah: where he
g t his vacation with relatives. He
,
uraa aprnmnaniM hv his? aunt. Mrs
V S. Hhanlain. who will visit Mrs.
K
w m familv for several weeks.
Mr c Webb of Ken
. wpr, th citv vesterdav. Mr.
Webb who was treated at the Mar
inn fnnnfv HnsnitI fnr spvere rase
...j "i
nf Rnnendicitij?. has entirelv recovered
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j i00ks as o-CO(i as new
m
Omtp n rrnwrt nf Kpd f ross en-
th-;oSt.s nlan to e-o to Belleview at
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fi.o0 this eveninBi in the interest of the
Red Cross. .Mr. W. T. Garv will be
the DrinciDai speakeffrom Ocala.
Ahout three cars will and v,robabiv
more.
M d Mrf. D n otiles. Mr, o
E. Leigh. Mrs. Fred Cook and son Ed-
warfL Mp v T. Thomas and sons.
Moultrie and A. T. Jr.. and Miss
'
Rhody formed a jolly party motoring
to the gliriflrs this afternon for a
. ...
splash. They will enjoy a picnic sup
per later.
d Mr K Saee. who
with their nartv. Mrs. J. M. McDon
ald, Yonge Sage and Sam Fosnot, are
auto trip thru Georgia and
Alabama after a pleasant visit with
A wM oOM awai!f jaufl.
Mrg and fmil at Colubus
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nave guuc uu uurui.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Small who left
lost week in their new car for an ex extended
tended extended motor trip, have arrived in
Montgomery, Ala., where they are the
guests of Mr. Small's son. Mrs. Small
writes that the Florida and Alabama
roads were not in very good condition,
but the Georgia roads were splendid.
Later they expect to visit relatives
in northern Georgia, Mrs. Small's
girlhood home.
Let me figure with you on your oil
engine. W. J. McGehee, distributor, tf
; In spite of the storm which was
flashing lightning in flaming lances in
every direction, a prominent lawyer
of this city phoned into the Star of
fice last evening that his Star had not
arrived. The editor, answering the
phone, asked him if he didn't know he
was likely to be killed or injured us
ing the phone at such a time. He said
he couldn't help it, he had to have his
Star. As soon as a messenger boy
could make the trip, he had it.:
. AJ1 our straw hats now going at
half price. Rheinauer's. 4t
i Martyr Gave Name to City.-'
Known in Roman times as Augusta
Veromanduoruin St. Quentin, France
received its present name in honor of
Gaius Quintinus, who was put to death
there in the third century while preach
ing the doctrines of Christianity. Four
centuries : later his tomb became a
shrine and the advent of many pilgrims
served to magnify the Importance of
the town, while Its industrial prosper
ity was materially advanced during thy
middle ages by the introduction of
cloth manufacture.
"Kronstadt."
An Interesting legend is told con concerning
cerning concerning the origin of the name of the
city of Kronstadt. The old town hall
is supppsed to stand on the spot where
a golden crown was found In the stump
of a tree in 1204. The royal emblem
was believed to have remained hidden
here for more than 100 years. It was
identified as having belonged to King
Solomon of Hungary, who concealed it
lest it fall into the hands of the pursu
Ing Bulgarians. Hence the name, Kron
Stadt,
Not Hurt by Use.
During his vacation a San Fran
cisco lawyer met an old friend in the
village, and their conversation drifted
to a discussion of the natives. A
young farmer came under his view.
"He's a fine-looking young fellow,'
said the lawyer. "Y-e-s assented
his friend dubiously. "Well, any
way, he has a mighty good head.'
"It ought to be good," was tne re reply.
ply. reply. "That man's head Is brand-
new he's never used it any."'
Absurd Old Laws.
An article In the Revue des Tradi Traditions
tions Traditions Popularies in 1890 told how a
glacier was excommunicated on ac account
count account of the damage it did to life and
property in the valley. In English law
there was for many years a statute
compelling owners of personal chattels
which had caused the death of a man
to give them to God. This was accom accomplished
plished accomplished by turning them over to the
crown to be sold and the proceeds ap applied
plied applied tO DlOUS USft.

NOTICE

The following estimates for budget
for fiscal year 1917-1918 were made
by the board of county commission commissioners
ers commissioners of Marion county, Florida, July
2nd, 1917:
General Fund
Salary of clerk ef the cir
cuit court as county au auditor
ditor auditor and clerk to county
commissioners and extra
work on depository ac account
count account $ 1,980.00
Per diem and mileage of
county commisioners . 1,400.00
Attorney for county com
missioners 500.00
Supervisors of registra
tion 1,200.00
County physician 720.00
Repairs to county build
ings 200.00
Furniture and fixtures 100.00
Janitors and other attend
ants 1,080.00
Light, fuel and water 500.00
Insurance ,100.00
Allowance made to paupers
outside of poor houses 3,400.00
uoroner s inquests, fees, etc 200.00
Insanity inquests, fees, etc. 250.00
General stationery, blanks,
etc 400.00
Record books 500.00
Advertising required by law 800.00
Commissions, tax assessor. 2,800.00
Commissions, tax collector. 2,800.00
Postage 225.00
Sheriff, general court work 400.00
Expenses of election 600.00
Hospital account 300.00
Contingencies 1,500.00
Proration of fees returned
to candidates 1,782.84
$23,737.84
Fine and Forfeiture Fund
Sheriff and deputies' cost
bills in criminal cases...
Constables'- cost- bills in
criminal cases
Clerk of the circuit court,
cost bills in criminal
cases . .
County judge, cost bills in
criminal cases . ......
Justice of the peace, cost
bills in criminal cases
County prosecuting attor
2,000.00
700.00
100.00
350.00
4D0.0Q
ney, conviction tees ....
300.00
Witness fees
1,600.00
Court Stenographer in Insol
vency cases
100.00
100.00
2,500.00
Sheriff's commissions on
fines . .
Feeding Prisoners
Transportation paid for
and discharge money paid
convicts worked on roads
350.00
Pay of jurors in criminal
cases, county and justice
of peace courts
350.00
100.00
Salary judge juvenile court
Contingencies '. .
1,260.00
$10,210.00
Road Fund
Salaries of road superin superintendents
tendents superintendents and overseers. .
Paid to county commission commissioners
ers commissioners for road inspection .
Paid to other persons for
. road inspection .........
5,000.00
800.00
50.00
Cost of material 1,500.00
Dynamite fuses etc 1,000.00
Tools and macmnery, cost of
and repairs .
Live stock, cost and "care
and feeding
Paid for free labor, other
than guards .
Pay of convict guards ....
Feeding and care of con convicts
victs convicts on roads
Hire of state convicts .....
Paid to incorporated cities
and towns .
Bridge tenders and ferry ferrymen
men ferrymen . .
Gasoline and oil
Paint and repair of bridges
7,000.00
7,500.00
12,000.00
1,400.00
8,000.00
1,000.00
5,000.00
1,400.00
2,000.00
2,000.00
Contingencies 2,845.00
. $58,495.00
Agricultural Fund
Premiums, agricultural pro products,
ducts, products, etc. .. .. 1,000.00
Demonstration agent . ... 1,000.00
Canning club agent.. 400.00
Contingencies.. .. 1,050.00
. 3,450.00
Outstanding Indebtedness Fund
To retire validated building
warrants .. .. 2,000.00
To retire validated road road-warrants
warrants road-warrants .... 7,500.00
To retire interest coupons 6,052.98
To retire general warrants 436.88
To retire fine and forfei forfeiture
ture forfeiture warrants 142.49
To retire road warrants ... 443.00
Contingencies 1,072.00
v $17,647.35
Sub-District' No. 1 Fund
Contract worlc and culverts 1,000.00
Contingencies . . ...... 207.00
$ 1,207.00
W. D. Cam, Chm'n.
P. H. Nugent, clerk.
Attest:
Sufferer From High Prices.
First Negro "Jes' terrible de way
needcessities ob life has done rlz." Sec Second
ond Second Negro (suspiciously) "Whut's de
matter now?" First Negro "Terbac "Terbac-cer's
cer's "Terbac-cer's gone up so high I gotter quit
smokln'.. Kaint borry none no mo?
Chinese Delicacy.
Lotus nuts, or lily-flower seeds, a fa favorite
vorite favorite edible of the Chinese, are eaten
whole or are ground up and made into
a kind of arrowroot flour.
Hard Task Indeed.
It requires a certain amount of tact
to be sincere with your friends and
still keep them. Philadelphia Record.
"Thirty Days!"
"I'm policed to meet your honor,"
said the arrested punster to the judge.
-Eoston Transcript.
Let me sell you your feed crusher.
W. J. McGehee, distributor. tf
PHONE 117
Dr. A. R. Blott
Veterinarian
TOMPKINS' STABLE
Ocala, Florida
Reiver & MacKay
n!WFRT4KFRSan(f E?!BAU1ESS
PHONES 47, 104, 305
OCALA, FLORIDA

TUTTI FEU

ICE C
BRING GOOD THINGS
FOR THE BOYS
Will the women of Marion county
give of their supply of jam, jellies,
preserves and pickles for our soldiers
in Co. A (Ocala Rifles). The com company,
pany, company, leaves Aug. 5th, so please send
not later than Aug. 1st. Please label
the jars, giving contents and donor.
Send to either Mrs. W. S. Bullock or
Mrs. Louis R. Chazal, at Ocala.
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
Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drugstore in Ocala
employing more than one registered
pharmacist. tf
We're in business for YOUR health,
and fill your prescriptions just as
your physician orders them. Prompt
service and pure drugs. The Court
Pharmacy. Phone 284. 15-tf
Why Let Mosquitoes
Kill the Joy oi Driving?
Tb pesky thing rtinr Ilk
fnry on warm night and kmp
you busy trying to swat them.
Often you. coino fn from as ;
otherwise pleasant ride all tired
out from fghtinr mosquitoes and
other flying: insects.
All unnecessary I Here's tb
remedy that can be depended up upon
on upon to keep the pests away.
"Sleep lnsurance"t!ie
Motorist's Friend
Sprinkle a few drops on the
carpet or curtains of your
machine before you start.
Put a drop or two on ankles
and wrists. The mosquitoes will
then leave you alone.
Good sized bottle only fifteen
cents. No stain. No offensive
oior. Sold by drugrsbts general general-ly.
ly. general-ly. Get a bottle and really en enjoy
joy enjoy motoring.
Sleep Insurance Co7 Mfgrs.
Jzcksonrille. Florida
A coat now and then of DAVIS
OLD COLONY WAGON PAINT pre preserves
serves preserves your wagons and farm imple implements
ments implements and makes them look like new.
Ads. 17
For Sale By
THE MARION HARDWARE CO,
Ocala, Fla.

You could hardly think of anything more delicious than
Tutti-Frutti ice cream, made of ripe cherries, pineapples, other,
fruits and several kinds of nuts, blended with pure sweet cream.

Tutti-Frutti ice cream makes an instant hit with everyone
who tries it. To eat one dish of this delightfully refreshing and
wholesome ice cream is to be tempted to order another.
You can enjoy Tutti-Frutti ice cream on Wednesday and
Thursday of this week only. It will be served on these days at
most of the good drug stores and refreshment places.

Purity Ice Cream & Dairy Co.
- Manufacturerh of "The Velvet Kind," Cream of Ice Creams
Jacksonville, Florida
DEALERS Tutti Frutti ice cream is wonderfully popular. Order early a
supply for Wednesday and Thursday. Every day serve "The Velvet Kind."

MEN WANTED FOR THE
NAVAL RESERVE FORCE
Men for -the seaman branch, ma
chinist's mates and electricians are
wanted in the Naval Reserve Force.
Opportunities await men who enlist
in that branch of the service and lar
ger salaries are paid in that branch
than any other in the service for the
ciass of work.
Electrician's branch pays $38 to $72
a month; the machinist's mate branch
pays $52 to $83 per month and the
seaman branch pays $38 to $77 a
month.
Those desiring information con
cerning enrollment in the Naval Re
serve Force should apply at once to
Lieut. W. S. Harris, 44 Barnett Build Building,
ing, Building, Jacksonville, Fla., who will glad
ly furnish them with any informa information
tion information they may desire, and will enroll
such as can pass the required physi
cal examination in the rating their ex experience
perience experience best qualifies them to fill.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS,
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE A limited supply of
Wood's and Henderson's bunch but butter
ter butter beans, 35 cents a quart. A lot of
fine condition Rose 4 Irish potato seed,
$2 per bushel. Cash with order. J.
E. Wagnon, Fort McCoy, Fla.
7-17-daily It wky-7-20-lt
FOR SALE Maxwell roadster made
into truck. Meadows Repair hop,
410 N. Orange St. 12-6t
I-OR SALE I have a $40 Victor
pnonograph in perfect condition. Will1
sell for $18. "Victor," care Star.ti
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-Ier
Ier Mos-Ier safe, cheap for cash. Address,
"Fixtures," care Star office, or apply
at Star office. 13-3t
NOTICE
Notice la hereby given that under
and by virtue of a final decree entered
by the circuit court of the fifth judicial
circuit of Florida In and for Marion
county, in chancery, dated June 30th,
1917, in a certain cause pending In said
court in which C. B. Howell, Z. C.
Chambliss and T. T. Munroe, co-partners
doing- business under the firm
name of "Howell and Chambliss," were
complainants and Edd Newman and
Edna Newman were defendants, I will
offer for sale and sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash in front of the
south door of the Marion county court
house in Ocala, Florida, on
Kugunt fltb, 1917,
between the hours of eleven o'clock a.
m. and two o'clock p. m., certain lands
situated in Marion county, Florida,
particularly described as follows:
Northwest quarter of the northeast
quarter, section 32; fractional west
half of the southeast quarter and frac fractional
tional fractional northeast quarter of the south southeast
east southeast quarter of section 29, all in town township
ship township 13 south, of rangd 21 east, less a
strip of land 15 feet wide off the west
side thereof reserved for a roadway,
making the number of acres to be con conveyed
veyed conveyed one hundred and seven. This
tract is also described as lots 18, 27 and
31 of the Howell and Chambliss plat.
F. R. HOCKER, Special Master.
HOCKER AND MARTIN,
Solicitors for Complainants. 7-3-tus

A. C. L. SCHEDULE

Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at thfi
following times:
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 2:25 a. m. s
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to lakeland (Sunny (Sunny-Jim),
Jim), (Sunny-Jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Satur-dayK6:40
dayK6:40 Satur-dayK6:40 a. m.
No. 141, Wilcox. Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. tn
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:05
p. m.
No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
p. m.
No. 39, Jacksonviilf to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:3(5-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to falatka, Gaines-,
ville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to leesburg,
9 .05 p. m.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocalu (Sunny (Sunny-Urn),
Urn), (Sunny-Urn), Tuesday, Thnrsda and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 9:f0 p. m
OCALA FRATERBAL ORDERS
!tf ARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
a. M., meets on the nrst asa Llsir
rhursrday evening Ot each month a:
ft -00 oVlork until f arther notice.
H. M. Weathers, W. M.
:r' i rV',"tr hf.
KNIGHTS OF 1'VllliAS
Ocala Lodge No. It. Conventions
held every Monday night at 7:30
at ths Castle Hall, over the James
Carlisle drugstore. A' cordial welcome
to visiting brothers.
E. L. Stapp, C. C.
K. Saee, K. of R. S
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.
C J. Crook, Secretary.
CHAPTER NO. 13. R. A. bL
fleuiar cot vocation of the Ocxlx
Caapter No. 13, R. A. M on th
"jurth Fri4v jr. eery mouth rt
8 p. m. B. C. Webb, H. P.
Jake Rrrivm &w?y
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F..
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star office building, at 8 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended to visiting brothers!
C. O. Andrews, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
- 'in Ill I I I I.I.M
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.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala dapter, No. 22, O. E.
ueeti at Yonge. hall the second an G
ourth Fb'jrsday evenings of eacfe
mnfh at 1ZQ o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, Secretary.
Mrs. Susan Cook, W. 11.



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