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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Weather Forecast: Fair tonight and
Friday, except local thunder showers
Friday in north portion.

OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1918.

VOL. 25, NO. 136

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AMERICA HAS LOST
i A GOOD OFFICER

Robert E. L. Michie, Brigadier Gen

eral, Died on a Railway Train
Near Rouen

OHTIl THEY Ml OUT
OF AMMUNITION

Enemy has Opened What
Believed to be a New
Offensive

is

(Associated Press)

Americans on Patrol in Lorraine
Stood Off Double Their Num

ber of Enemies

Baffled in their efforts to batter
their way through the American and
French lines near the Marne, the Ger Germans
mans Germans have again turned their atten

tion to the front further north in the

sector which may be considered the
connecting link between the Somme
and the Marne battle fields. A French
report says the French forces east of
Sempigny have continued to drive
back bodies of German troops which
crossed the Oise. Military experts
have expected an attack on the allied
line running east of Montdidier, past
Noyon7 thence along the Oise to the
new line formed since the German of offensive
fensive offensive on the Aisne began. It may
be the fighting reported marks the
beginning of an attack there.

BRITISH REPULSED HUNS
London, June 6. The Germans last
night repeated their attempts to raid
British positions in the Morlancourt
region east of Amiens, but were re repulsed,
pulsed, repulsed, it is officially announced.
FRENCH DROVE THE, GERMANS
Paris, June 6. The war office an an--
- an-- nounces that German forces last night

crossed the Oise river in the vicinity
of Sempigny, but were driven back by
the French. North of the Aisne the
"r French improved their positions in
the neighborhood of Hautebraye.
There is heavy artillery fighting in the
neighborhood of Veuilly La Poterie,
where American troops have been in
action. s

PUT UP A SILLY PLEA
LaFollette Tries to Scout Serious
Charges in His Efforts to
Break Loose

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Extraordinarily Heavy Enemy Move Move-ment
ment Move-ment from Toul Sector Detected
, by Americans

(Associated Press)
With the American Army, France,
June 6. Extraordinarily heavy rail rail-wav
wav rail-wav train movements from the north

east to the westward in the rear of

the enemy's lines nortnwest oi xoui
was reported this morning by Ameri American
can American patrols.
NOTICE TO SCOUTS

(Associated Press)
Paris, June 6. General Robert E. L.

Michie of the American army, died

suddenly on a railroad train near
Rouen yesterday.

HAD A FINE RECORD
Washington, June 6. The an announcement
nouncement announcement of Gen. Michie's death
came as a shock to the war depart

ment and in amy circles. He was
formerly chief aide of General H. L.

Scott, former chief of stair, as Dng Dng-adier
adier Dng-adier general he commanded the 53rd J
brigade at Camp Wadsworth, S. C. He j

was a native of Virginia.

AMERICAN LOSSES
Washington, June 6. The Ameri American
can American casualty list issued today contains
thirty-four names, divided as follows:
Killed in action, 7; died of wounds, 3;
died of accident, 3; died of disease, 4;
AoA eov0rp.lv. 12: wounded un-

known, 1; wounded slightly, 3; miss missing
ing missing in action, 1. Private Walter Green
of Homesville, Ga., died of disease,

and Private Jewel Reid of LaGrange,
Ga., died of accident.

(Associated Press)
Washington, June 6. The story of
how an American patrol of forty men,
outnumbered two to one, held their
ground in Lorraine the night of June
2nd for three-quarters of an hour,
and retired only when their ammuni ammunition
tion ammunition was exhausted, is told in a con continuation
tinuation continuation of Gen. Pershing's commu communique
nique communique received today.

Congress Will Make Provision
for an Aerial Coastguard

(Associated Press)

BEATING IT BACK

BIG ILL BURNED

10 THEIR BASE

Submarines Have Probably Shot Ail
Their Available Bolts
and Skipped

Millions of Feet of Valuable Lumber
Lost in the Fire at Montbrook
At 11:10 Wednesday night, Fire
Chief Chambers received a phone

The boy scouts, will hold their regu regular
lar regular weekly 'meeting tomorrow night.
TVii cnAiifc ore in a flourishing condi-

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tion, with from fifty to sixty members message irom jaonuuu
and a long term of usefulness before that the big Wade, McNair & McAr McAr-the
the McAr-the organiaztion. They meet at the thur mill, with an immense amount of
rr.on OMrv PVirfav pvenincr. government lumber, was on fire, and

phoned Alderman Winer for the nec

(Associated Press)
An Atlantic Port, June 6. The ar

rival today of several ships from
South Atlantic waters brought no fur

ther news of submarine operations.
,. SUNK A FLORIDA SCHOONER

An Atlantic Port, June 6. The
schooner Edward R. Baird, Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to New York, was sunk by a sub submarine
marine submarine 18 miles off Cape Charles
Tuesday morning. Captain Gouldman
and his crew of six men were landed
here today.
ELECTION RETURNS

Washington. June 6. A sixteen

million dollar appropriation for the

establishment of balloon and seaplane 1

stations to guard the United btates j
against submarine and air raids was

today asked of Congress by the war
department. It is desired to estab-i

lish sixteen stations, thirteen on the
Atlantic and three on the gulf coast.
The coast defense plan submitted also
calls for mobile fortifications.
ORGANIZING MORE ENGINEERS
Washington, June 6. The organi organization
zation organization of five new regiments of nine nineteen
teen nineteen battalions of railway engineers
for service in France is about com completed.
pleted. completed. They will add 50,000 to those
already engaged in France, said a war
department announcement today.

i RECRUITS FOR THE NAVY

HOI GUARDS QUIET
THE HALE BREEDS

All Fears of an Uprising in Darkest
Oklahoma are Over

LETTER FROM

(Associated Press)
Washington, June 6. In a supple supplemental
mental supplemental brief filed today with the. Sen Senate
ate Senate committee on privileges and elec elections,
tions, elections, Senator LaFollette brands the
charges growing out of his St. Paul
speech as "frivolous" and "much ado
about nothing?' The committee is ask asked
ed asked to dismiss the charges.
A CARD OF THANKS

I am profoundly grateful to the

voters of the fourth commissioners

district' for their vote of confidence- an
expressed in last Tuesday's primary

in making me the nominee for county
commissioner. I shall strive to do my
whole duty with malice toward none
and good will to all.
Respectfully,
O. H. (Bob) Rogers.
YORK

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.,Tm essary permission, wnicn was reauny
SERGEANT ADAMS fi imit was on his

T JULf Uiiu
way, accompanied by Fireman Doney,
in the little chemical.
It is 26 miles to Montbrook, and
the Ocala engine made the run in 48
minutes. Chief Chambers says he
doesn't care to make the trip again.
When they arrived, the mill was
gone, but they rendered valuable help
in saving a big barn, filled with feed,
just beyond which were quarters for
the workmen. The firefighters were

down to their last bucket of water
when the Ocala unit came on the

Camp Sevier, June 3rd.
Editor Star: I received the copy of

the Star all right. Many thanks for

it. It came in good time as 1 naa a
few minutes to spare. Anything from
home looks good to the boys here. We
don't have much time to read or
write as we are learning a new job,

and we must learn it fast. We are
learning how to knock the blocks off

of the Germans. All the boys here are
in good health and spirits, ready to do
their part to make the world fit to
live in and I am sure we are going to
do a good job of it when we are.ther.
five million strong. Tell my friends
I'll be back when wTe have knocked the
kaiser's horns off. You know a butt butt-head
head butt-head beast can't hook. Best wishes
Sergeant Wm. F. Adams,
Co. F, $06 Engineers.

There is nothing to add to yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's report, except that irregulari irregularities
ties irregularities are alleged in the fifth commis commissioner
sioner commissioner district and a contest between

Smith and Talton is likely. Their vote

is very close.

Commissioner Cam had no opposi

tion, and Commissioner Davis' oppo opponent
nent opponent did not qualify, so both 0 them

are sentenced to two more years' hard

work at small pay.

MEN WANTED FOR THE U. S.

GUARDS, NATIONAL ARMY

scene
The loss is about $150,000.
LAKE WEIR

FISH FRY AND PICNIC

At

Lake Weir. June 6th. The friends

of (Mr. Massey will be pained to hear
he fell from his house and sustained

internal injuries which it is feared
mav prove very serious. Dr. H. W.

Henry being on his way back to

Ocala. reached him in a short time

after the accident which was greatly

in his favor.

Woodward Yoneue left last week

4

York, June 6. The crops are suf suffering
fering suffering for the need of rain.

Our community was sorry to learn

of the death of Mr. Seaborn weatn

prs. Mr. Weathers leaves a devoted

'wife. 'two sons 'and one daughter, Mr.

Ed Weathers of Fellowship; Mr.

Vonoo Withers of York, and Mrs.

V
Lou Fereuson of Fellowship. The re

mains were taken to Fellowship and

laid to their final rest in the pretty

cemetery .at that place. The sorrow

ing ones have the sympathy of the.

writer.

Mrs. B. W. Eadsock and two daugn daugn-ters
ters daugn-ters attended the picnic at Turner
Pond Friday.
Mr. E. Watson has returned home
from the East Coast.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Barnes of
Crystal Pwiver were visiting their par parents
ents parents here a few days the past week.

Mr. Barnes tried again at Ocala to
join the navy but failed. i
Miss Annie Hadsock returned with (
Mr. and Mrs. Barnes for a week's
visit.
Mrs. Lillie Hadsock received a card
from, her son, Vernon B. Hadsock, in
the navy, saying he was spending a
week in London.
Miss Cecilia Hadsock spent several
days at Cotton Plant with Miss Rach Rachel
el Rachel Veal. :
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Russell mo motored
tored motored to Weirsdale Sunday.
Mr. Frank Russell of Weirsdale
spent a few days visiting here with
his parents.

The following named men left
Ocala yesterday for Atlanta, to be
sworn into the navy:
Luke Baylor, fireman, third class.
Jas. M. Walker, seaman, 2nd class.
A. G. Carter, seaman, 2nd class.
Geo. W. Goodwin, fireman, 3d class.
H. B. Vinson, seaman, 2nd class.
J. G. Stone, seaman, 2nd class.
Boys, look this list over and see if
your friend is getting ahead of you.
If so, get busy and get in the navy
and help stop the Hun submarines.

We all have something to do in this
war, and let us do it well. Come now,
while you still have a chance to pick
your branch of the service.
T. M. Kilgore,
Navy Recruiting Station, Ocala.
WANTED AT ONCE

(Associated Press)
Henryetta, Okla., June 6. The fear
of a possible uprising among the In Indians,
dians, Indians, negroes and those of mixed
blood in Old Hickory's stamping
grounds was dispelled today when the
Henryetta company of home guards
returned here bringing word that the
malcontents had promised to disperse
and not attempt trouble.
MOTHER'S DAY AT SEA

Horn's Bridge, Better Known as

Stokes' Ferry, Thursday, June 13
Evervbodv is cordially invited to

come and bring well filled baskets and f0r Nashville, where he "has secured

enjoy a -good, old-time fish fry and through a friend a lucrative position

picnic. Clerks in stores and omces in the government service.

are especially invited, it Demg on Mr b. F. Condon and family are
Thursdav and they have a half holi- occunviner Mr. N. W. Harison's home

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day and would be a real outing lor during his absence of a few weeks in

them. Dinner will be served at :u Aueusta. Ga.

p. m.. which will give everybody a "The Busy-body Club" of twelve

chance to enjoy same. JiiVeryDoay young Misses assisted by Mrs. L-iem-come
and have the time of their liferents and Miss Doirs Murry will give

All good fishermen are invited to help an entertainment and supper for the j

catch the fish for the picnic. Red Cross on the school grounds Sat

urday evening June tne etn. oupper

cottttt t a Tv"f; wrtr I will be served cafeteria style. Menu:

South Lake Weir, June 6. News chicken pie, baked beans, salads, sand sand-has
has sand-has reached here that Gustav Bow- wiches, pies of every description and
man, who went north the first of May, ice cream After the supper there
has bought a peach and strawberry will be tableaux of advertisements for
farm at Hammonton, N. J., and he a guessing contest. Everyone is m m-began
began m-began shipping berries right away. vited to come and help tie Red Cross
lr n c w.11 cnot v,p win- The Lake Weir Sand Co. has a fair

ter here with her nephew and family, prospect of getting the government
4. pw Tcland last Sun- contract to furnish sand for the con-

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U. S. Army Recruiting Station,
Postoflice Building,
'Ocala, Fla., June 6th.

Men over draft age are wanted for

the U. S. Guards, National Army, to

enlist for the period of the war. They

will be stationed in the United States.

You can enlist up to the age of fifty
years, providing you can qualify. You
are required to have previous service

in the army, navy, marine corps or
the organized militia, police or fire de department.
partment. department. For further information on

this subject call at the above address.
Bids will be received up to June 10,
for meals, lodging and lunches for the

recruiting parties and applicants at
this station. Meals and lodging should
be furnished at the same place if pos possible.
sible. possible. Any one interested in the above
will please call or write the recruit recruiting
ing recruiting officer at this station.
Charles Aler,
Recruiting Officer.
OAK VALE

Stenographers and typists for the
U. S. government service, men and
women, are needed. The need is
urgent it is your patriotic duty to
serve the government now.
Some first-class fighting men are
at the front more are going over.
Meantime your government needs
first-class stenographers, and needs

them badly. Apply now and help ham

mer the Hun over the keys of your

typewriter.

See the representative 01 tne U. b.
Civil Service Commission at the post-

office.

SPECIAL OR LIMITED
SERVICE MEN

Carrol Fraser, one of our good boys,
now in Uucle Sam's Navy, writes the
following fine letter to the folks at
home:
U. S. S. KANSAS,
Sunday Afternon,
May 26th, 1918.
My Dear Folks: Just a few lines
at this time. Continue well and get

ting along O. K. Having fine weather
now-a-days, and suits me"" mighty
fine. Have had no mail since last
Monday, tho' guess will get our mail
within the next few days. Some place
out upon the Atlantic Ocean; no land
in sight since last Tuesday.
Had our "Mother's Day Service"
this a. m., delayed account absence
of Chaplain on the 12th. May, and
late mail knocked it out on the 19th.
Enclosing copy of the bulletin see
note therein which is only one I

could get, account all the fellows
anxious for a copy.

For noon "chow" had chicken,

chicken salad, Irish potatoes, bread,

coffee, cake and a kind of pudding
affair.

Diked out in our whites Friday,

and guess will wear them all during

the summer. Guess the old wash-
V Ml 1 T i

woman (i) win nave a jod jvastumj
now sure enough.

Will close for this time. Blessings

upon you my dear loved ones.

Carroll Fraser.

day for the summer.
Melon shipping is the order of the
day. Those shipping every day are
M. E. Albertson, Reed Bros., Julius
Sigmon and I. Johnson. They are
nice melons and bring good prices.
TW manv friends here of Mr.

rrptp boats that will soon be under

construction in Jacksonville.

Miss Catherine Henry will leave
next week for Charlottville, Va.,
where she will take a six weeks course

in school and spend the remainder of
the summer visiting her relatives

.1..

-it 1: r f WoKctar oro crlnn I LnrOUITiiUUt MIC SKiic

v i rnnvalescine- after a Mr. J. R. Proctor is completing his

v,rp of tvnhoid fever. Mrs. end of the hard road over W

Fprrv. and to sav the farmers are

tJrown came up xiiui&ujr "uu" 1 ,7
iHfiA enne hark home to see tickled to death over cannot half ex

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their papa.
Miss Williard Bishop of Ocala, came
down Saturday night to visit her
mother over Sunday, and returned to
Ocala Monday.

Mr. Turney Reed was in our midst

Tuesday, greeting his old friends be

fore going to the war.
to leave in a few days.

press it. Now every farmer on those
rich bottom lands can own his Cadil Cadillac
lac Cadillac or Reo car, where a year ago it
was only a pipe dream or a vision in
the misty distance.
Dr. Rummel of Massachusetts, on
his wav north after spending the

He expects winter in Florida, spent several days

with the Henry lamiiy, ana mieu uic

pulpit Sunday morning and evening

Oak Vale, June 3. Mr. Emmet An

derson of Atlanta came this after afternoon
noon afternoon for a two weeks visit to his

parents, after which he will be ready

to help build up tne wounas ox uuxj

soldier boys.

Mr. Alton Bover who has Deen

working in Ocala for two and a half
months, returned home last night to

stay with his parents until the lutn
inst., at which time he will report at
Uncle Sam's headquarters for army
duty.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Willis jr. ana

two bright little children were callers

at the home of W. H. Anderson iasi

Sunday.

Mrs. C. W. Boyer and two cnaaren,
Dauglas and Anna May and Mrs. M.
M. Justice spent the week end visit visiting
ing visiting friends in Ocala, going over in
their car, driven by Mr. Ferrel Boyer.
Mis Lonnie Clancy left Saturday

morning for a week's visit with Miss

Hattie Akin of (Jt. (jatnerine. one was
joined in Ocala by Miss Gertrude
Shritt of Gainesville.
Mr. Talmaere Fielding, who is work

ing in Hopewell, Va., in the DuPont
munition plant, is home for a two

week's vacation.

Mr Tnlvin Coldincr. who went to 1

Until June fith, the following types
of men may volunteer for spruce pro production
duction production work for airplanes:
Locomotive engineers, firemen, rail railroad
road railroad grade foremen, railroad track

foremen, wooden bridge carpenters,

locomotive repair men ,telephone line linemen,
men, linemen, surveyors or railroad instrument

men, telegraphers, draftsmen, pne

driver foremen, stationery engineers

for donkey engines, steam shovel ope

rators, carpenters, steam fitters, elec

tricians, auto mechanics, auto drivers,

cooks, clerks, railroad brakemen, rail

' -a

road conductors and a large number

of laborers.

This opportunity is for white limit

ed service men only. For further in information,
formation, information, apply to the local board for

Marion county.

COTTON PLANT

SPECIAL TRAINING

FOR ARMY SERVICE
A call has been made under which

men physically qualified for general
military service may receive a course
of training at Gainesville, Fla., at

government expense. This course will
fit them to serve in army positions re requiring
quiring requiring knowledge of auto truck
driving, radio operating, electricity,

carpentry, bench wood working and

machinery incident to -many kinds of
military service, both at the front
and behind the lines. White regis

trants having a grammar school edu

cation' and some experience along

mechanical lines are urged to present

themselves at the office of the local
board for voluntary induction. The
voluntary period closes on June 7th.
Local Board Marion County,
W. L. Armour, Chief Clerk.

We do engraving.
Jeweler and Optician.

J. Chas. Smith, I with two very interesting sermons.

6-tf ?cDs- Jac n5F te xzhntrm xz 1

Cotton Plant, June 5th., 1918. Mr,

Beecher Beck of Fellowship, was the
cmoct of Mr. Harrv Woodward last

Sunday.

Miss Cecil Hadsock of York, spent
Saturday night and Sunday with Miss
Rachael Veal.
The many friends of Mrs. C. R.
Veal are pleasd to hear of her recovery.

Mrs. Will Seckmser and cnudren

of Martel, were the guests of Mr. A.

W. Woodward and family Friday
evening.
Friend3 of Mrs. Seaborn Weathers
wish to express their sympathy to her
in this sad hour of the death of her
husband.

Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Woodward

FAIRFIELD
Fairfield, June 5th. T. D. Mack,
L. R. Mack, Clyde Kinard and Mau Maurice
rice Maurice Yongee left Sunday for Georgia
to pack peaches.
S. E. Mack and family were the
guests of the former's brother, Lee
Mack, at Micanopy, last week.
Services were held at the Baptist
church Sunday morning and night.
Miss Jane Holiday and her sister,

Miss Holiday, who made their home
with Mr. John Paisley the past winter,
the former being a governess for the
Paisley children, left Monday for
their home in Ronoake, Va. They
attended Sunday school and preach preaching
ing preaching at Fairfield quite often and made
many friend3 at this place who regret

.Ca,p Sl-jra was
TPrmrtpd as pettinsr along well. His t Mr. wooawara s bister, -ma. -7- r. T r co

two older brothers were

and are now home to help feed the

boys at the front.
Rev. Douglas preached here Sunday
and accompanied by his wife they
took dinner with Mr. R. H. Reddick.

discharged iRobbins and daughter, Miss Minnie tne guest 01 iiiss ir u ouuu,.
uisumigcu k" ... . a rfo.A rVrtco Kwn was organized

Robbins, of Miami. , T A
Mr. W. E. Veal of Wildwood, vis- last week, the following were elected:
t.i ,-i i4. T.,c-o,r Wcr?.;J. A. Jones. Chairman: Mis3 Irene

Ilea "IS milliy USd x utouaj auu ---
nesday, at the home of his father-in- Ron, Secretary and Miss

law, Mr. D. M. Marco. 'Paisley, lreasurer.

Adelaire



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Cut German out of our public
schools and put Spanish in its place.
In the old days, candidates used to
kiss babies, but the doctors have
pretty well broken up this imposition
on the babies.

We believe that next summer will
' see an American army in Russia, with
the Russians rallying about it for the
redemption of their native land.
J '' -
'Leslie's Weekly prints a picture of
American officers polishing their own
shoes and puttees. The gas attack
made on our officers a few months ago
seems to have evaporated.
We see that old, war-hardened yarn
of a soldier's life being saved by his
Testament is already on its travels.
Its been told in every American war,
from the Revolution down.

Marion is better situated than most
counties, and needs home guards less,
yet it would be a wise and patriotic
thing to do to organize a company.
Who will take the lead in the work?

Kaiser Wilhelm declared war, to
make the world safe for his six sons
and their families. Woodrow .Wilson
led his country into war to make the
world safe for women and children
and honest and peaceful men.'
If you will look over the election re returns
turns returns in the proceedings of the board
of public instruction, you will see
that a number of districts have chosen
women to serve on their school boards.
There should be at least one woman
on each district board.

The schoolmaster has whacked the
desk with his ruler, and Claud Kit Kit-chin
chin Kit-chin and the other urchins will work
whether they like it or not. Darn a
congressman who talks about a vaca vacation
tion vacation when our boys are not only risk risking
ing risking their lives but working like convicts.

Charles W. Fairbanks died at his
home in Indianapolis Tuesday night.'
Mr. Fairbanks was vice president of
the United States during Roosevelt's
second administration. He also rep represented
resented represented Indiana in the Senate a num number
ber number of years and held several other
high offices. He was a man of high
attainments and an American all thru.
The campaign out in the country
closed with the picnic and speaking
at Turner Pond. We had a pressing
invitation, which still more pressing
work compelled us to decline. We were
at the Turner Pond picnic of two
years ago, and have a most pleasant
recollection of the beautiful grove and
the wholesouled hospitality of the
people. We hope to be at the picnic

Observance of lowering the flag has
been in effect in Ocala for almost two
weeks, and is proving itself a timely
reminder. Nearly everybody pays
attention to it, and the few who do
not are governed by forgetfulness
rather than disrespect. There are
two or three, old copperheads, how however,
ever, however, who take pleasure in setting the
custom at naught. They are going to
receive some rude jolts the first thing
they know. If one of them finds him himself
self himself in recorder's court for a lecture,
people are going to read about it in
the Star.

The raid of German submarines
along our coast was only to be expect expected.
ed. expected. : Other raids will probably follow,
but while they will be an annoyance,
they will not do material damage.
These submarines probably have a
base nearer America than Germany

possibly in Mexico, Venezuela or the
Canary Islands, or even Spain. Or
may be they are supplied by subma submarine
rine submarine freighters like the Deutschland.
No matter what they do, the war will
go on.

GOOD NEWS FOR TEACHERS

Last night we wrote the following
editorial expression:
"We think that if the board of pub public
lic public instruction would make a great
effort and trust to the Lord, it could
give Marion county teachers a little
more money."
This morning, we ran across the
following information:
The county school board realizes
that salaries are too low and wants to
raise them. Butthe board is restricted
in the amount of money it has to ex expend,
pend, expend, with no power to increases taxes
and an average of two calls for every
dollar.
At the regular meeting in July, the
board will make up its budget for the
year. At that time, it will estimate
how much money it will have and
figure out its expenses, among them
the salaries of teachers, which it can cannot
not cannot increase or decrease after that

i time.

We understand that the board will
not order any new buildings next year,
nor.any repairs nor ,new furniture,
except what is absolutely necessary.
We understand it will also cut the
domestic science course out of those
schools that now have it. All the
money saved in this manner is to be
added to teachers' salaries.
We are informed that the board

thinks, that what raises in salaries it

is able to make should go to the least
paid teachers those receiving $60 a

month. This is obvious justice, for

those teachers receiving $40 can't pay

their expenses unless they live at

home.
We think the people as well as the
teachers will greatly approve this
policy of the board.

'ALMOST HUMAN"- NOT QUITE

Crews of vessels sunk off the Jersey
coast recently were amazed to find
submarine crews "almost human."

Possibly, it is in the very air that sur

rounds this splendid country of liberty

and courtesy. Times-Union.

Before writing this "almost at attempt"
tempt" attempt" to excuse the Germans, the
Times-Union editor should have read

the following dispatch on the first
page of his .paper. Setting women and
children adrift in open boats hun

dreds of miles from land is an act no
American naval officer has ever been

guilty of:

"Atlantic City, N. J., June 4
Twenty-eight survivors of the New
York and Porto Rico liner Carolina,
which was sunk by a Get man subma submarine
rine submarine Sunday evening, were recovering

here tonight after forty hours in the
battered boat from, which they landed

this afternoon. The women were suf

fering from hunger and thirst as they

had only a little water and few bis

cuits during the time they were at
sea. None was in a serious condition,

however. Mrs. P. J. Hamilton, wife
of .Chief Justice Hamilton, of the
Porto Rico supreme court, and Miss
Charlotte Hamilton, her daughter,

were among the saved. The boat, com

manded by Chief Engineer McLaren,
landed" at the foot of South Carolina
avenue. The exhausted passengers
were lifted bodily from .their seats

and carried to an emergency hospi hospital
tal hospital on the sands. Women and girls

among the survivors were unable to
stand. Some of them were attired in
rough blue overalls and jumpers bor borrowed
rowed borrowed from the crew. The hair
streaked across their faces was plas plastered
tered plastered down by the mixture of salt and
water used on their foreheads in an
effort to revive them when they faint

ed. One woman, about thirty years

old, fainted as a life guard lifted her

tenderly from the yawl."

An observing friend asks the Star

to remonstrate against the too lavish
wearing of service buttons. She, as

well as others, has observed that

many people are wearing them who
have no right to. As we understand
it, 'parents may wear service buttons

for their sons, daughters for their

fathers, sisters for their brothers,
wives for their husbands and girls

for their fiances. No one has a right

to wear a button just for a friend. If
the; use of the symbol becomes indis indiscriminate,
criminate, indiscriminate, it will lose its merit, and
those really entitled to wear it will
not do so.

If the democrats lose control of the
House in the November election, it
will be a good deal the fault of Rep Representative
resentative Representative Kitchin of the second
North Carolina district, and the loss

of the House will be partly made up
for by the consequent reduction of
Mr. Kitchin's power to .be a block on
war legislation. Kitchin does the
country more harm than LaFollette.
A cantankerous friend of ours
wants to know why it is when some
poor chump doesn't ante for liberty
bonds or the Red Cross, he is jumped
on and ostracised, while if a rich
person doesn't, he or she goes on hav having
ing having friends, just the same. We don't
know, unless it is that our little town
is just like other towns. However,
the people are warming up, and it's
only a matter of time before the
slackers, the pacifists and the copper copperheads
heads copperheads will be, shunned and shut off in
society and business. There are sev several
eral several around here who had better get
in line while the getting is good.
Watermelons on ice. The Main
Street Market. Phone 108. tf

FRENCH AND BELGIANS CAN

FIND HOMES IN FLORIDA

Webster, Fla., May 24, 1918.

Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher,

Washington, D. C:
Dear Sir: Realizing that so many of

the farms throughout Belgium and

Northern France have been utterly
ruined by Gerban barbarism, and that
it will be years, if ever, before they
may be brought back to former fruit fruit-fulness,
fulness, fruit-fulness, and that in the meantime
the people of these stricken lands
must be looked after and provided for
either at home or in America, I am
writing you. I note that several plans
are being made to locate groups of
these people in different sections of
this state. Now, as you know, I am
not in the real estate business, nor
have I an acre to sell; yet I am living
in one of the most productive counties
in Florida, and where the land is
actually cheaper than in any other
seetion that compares with it in fer fertility,
tility, fertility, as you also know. Now, my idea
is this, to ask you to put me in touch
with the Belgian or French legation
in Washington, so that I may find if
there are any of their people that are
planning to come to Florida, and if
so, I want them to consider what is
here in Sumter county for them. It
would be good for the Belgians oi
French, and it would be good for our
own people to have this splendid type
of foreigners amongst us. To me,
personally, there is a mighty call to
help the French, for my mother was
a daughter of La Belle France, and I
learned French before I learned Eng English;
lish; English; so this chance to help France
and her people has a double claim on
me, and I hope to help both my native
land and my mother's at the same
time, by some act. I am in a position
to know the land around here, to put
these people in touch with parties
wning lands such as are suitable
for fruit growing, trucking and staple
crops, and the deals would be directly
with the owners. I hope this plan ma materializes,
terializes, materializes, so that I too, may feel that
I have done something for humanity,
other than give to the Red Cross and
purchasing what Liberty Bonds I
may. Yours very truly,
(Signed: C. J. Huber.
Washington, May 28, 1918.
Hon. D. U. Fletcher, Washington:
Dear Mr. Senator: Answering the
letter of Mr. Huber enclosed in yours
and which I return herewith, I beg to
say that it has not come to my knowl knowledge
edge knowledge that any of our farmers intend
to emigrate, nor does my govern government
ment government intend to encourage them to
leave our country. We shall need all
our population, and if it is true, as
your correspondent states, that Flor
ida offers much more fertile land than
the ravaged parts of France, still
those parts are, for most men, their
own country, and their attachment to
it is easy understood.
. Inone the less appreciate the
friendly sentiment which inspired Mr.
Huber, and I beg you to believe me)
my dear Mr. Senator, ;
Sincerely yours,
.Signed: Jusserand,
Ambassador and Plenipotentiary.
BELLEVIEW

Belleview, June 5. Last week we

made the statement that Freeman
Hames would be the first Belleview
boy to tread on French soil. We made
a slip. Raymond Gale has been in

France doing service for months and

to him belongs the honor of being the

first Belleview boy to see service in
France. Freeman Hames will make
a good second with more to follow.

Mr. Tremere is having lots of fun

trying to boost enlistments in the
navy and army. Some time ago he
made several trips to town to try and

get Leo Hames in the navy, the army
or the national guard. Leo couldn't
get in on account of a game eye, but

between them they busted a tire and
tube to smithereens. His next at attempt
tempt attempt was to land Herman Smith in
the navy as a machinist. Herman was
willing and had stood a couple of pre preliminary
liminary preliminary examinations and was to go

up to stand a final test one Tuesday

morning, so in the going Miss Minnie
Tremere tried to drive over a stump

and the stump resented the attack by

tearing the steering gear clear out of
the car. That busted all the good
resolutions and Herman did not go in
the navy. Herman Rothschild had
great hopes and aspirations to enter
the navy, the army, the flying corps
or anything that would get him across
and into the fun the quickest and
shortest route. So, with Leo Hames
at the wheel, Mr. Tremere started out
for Ocala to gratify Herman's pat patriotic
riotic patriotic ambition. Leo entered into the
spirit of the occasion and ran the
wheeled frame so fast that the lubri lubricating
cating lubricating oil could not find time to catch
up and lubricate so that all the en engine
gine engine bearings were reduced to a nice
fine' black powder, and when they
reached the recruiting 'office he had
more bad news. He told Herman that
he could not enlist in his branch of
the service until he had registered on
the 5th day of June, like all other
good little boys coming of age since

June 5th, 1917.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Doolittle and
Miss Reed left last Sunday for Short
Beach, Conn., on the limited express.
FURNISHED COTTAGES

I have three nicely furnished cot cottages
tages cottages on Lake Weir for rent by the
month or season. Apply to R. L. Lytle,
Weirsdale, Fla. l-2twk
Now is the time to plant chuf as,
$5.50 per bushel; Spanish peanuts,
$2.25 per bushel. Ocala Seed tSore,

phone 435. tf

OCALA.
FLORIDA

Liberty Bonds.
i
This Lank has received an another
other another shipment of LIBERTY
BONDS and we will be glad for
those who subscibed to call that
he same may be delivered.
MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
NATIONAL BANK

ANTHONY

Anthony, Fla., June 5. The farm-j
ers are very busy with cantaloupes.!
Several car loads left here each day:
this week, besides a great manyj
crates by express. j
Mr. David N. Brown returned to
Camp Wheeler Friday. We regretted!
very much to say "good-bye," but we
are awfully proud of our brave boys, j
Misses Ola and Donnie Sims, of j
Ocala, spent Sunday with their par-!
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sims. i
Mr. D.,W. Shealy and Mrs. N. B.j
Plummer left Saturday for a visit toj

relatives in Georgia.
The funeral services of Mr. Pres Preston
ton Preston Weathersbee were held at the An Anthony
thony Anthony cemetery Monday. We extend

our sympathy to the bereaved ones, i

Messrs. Preston and Arthur Mar Martin
tin Martin have returned home for a short
stay.
Mrs. Frank Morrison, of Ocala, was
the guest of Mrs. E. H. Irby last
Sunday.
Mr. George A. Brown, of Moore
Haven, came in Tuesday. His many
friends are glad to welcome him
home.
Miss Stella Moore gave a card
party at her home Friday night.
Mr. Edward Williams, who was
honorably discharged from the army,
has returned home and again taken
up his farm work.
Mr. C. O. Boone, who has spent
several months here some time ago,
is now "doing his bit," fighting in' the
trenches in France.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy McJunkin, of
Fort Lauderdale, arrived here today
to visit relatives. Mrs. McJunkin
was formerly known as Miss Myrtle
Shealy.
Mrs. Hans Hoffman, of Ocala, is
visiting her mother, Mrs. G. M.
Brown.
Miss Maud Howell is visiting in
Jacksonville.
Miss Pearl Forbes, one of Marion's
well known teachers, is now taking a
business course in Jacksonville. 1
It is reported that Miss Mabel
Hall, of of Oxford, will teach here
again this winter. We hope the re report
port report is true.
Why is it, Gilbert, that the Over Overland
land Overland always goes east when it starts?
We are all glad, to see Miss Mattie
Lou Wright able to be out again
after several weeks of illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Neff are occupy occupying
ing occupying the Howell home.
Miss Bert Baskin, since her moth mother's
er's mother's death, accompanied Mrs. Knight
to her home in Brunswick, Ga.
Mrs. R. R. Russell is on the sick
list. Hope to. see her well again
soon. ;
Miss Lillian Russell returned home
Monday from a pleasant visit to her
sisther, Mrs. J. L. Wiley of Weirsdale.
Mr. E. L. Guinn and family, of
Citra, have again decided to make
their home with us.
Mr. Plummer will preach at the
Baptist church here next Sunday
morning and evening. Everybody is
invited.
Why not come around and make
our B. Y. P. U. a visit? We have a
meeting every Saturday night. Just
come and see what we are doing, and
join if you will.
(This is a good correspondent and
we hope she will keep up her work.)
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Call number 642 for colored men is
announced. Under this call Marion
county will furnish 57 men, to be .en .entrained
trained .entrained for Camp Dix, Wrightstown,
N. J., during the five-day period be

ginning June 19th. The exact date j
and the names of those called will be
announced as soon as the railroad i

schedule is received.
Local Board Marion County,

W. L. Armour, Chief Clerk.

Watermelons on ice. The Main
Street Market. Phone 108. tf

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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1918

NOTICE

We have secured the serv services
ices services of Mr. C H. Williams, who
has been general foreman of
one of the largest and best gar
ages in Jacksonville for the
past five years, as our garage
foreman so we can guarantee
expert services.
OCALA IMON WmK
Chas. E. Simmons, Mgr.

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I OCALA MAKBLE WORKS

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Let Us

;1 E. W. LEAVENOOD, Manager.

, .. ; S Yard N. Magnolia St Ocala, Florida.

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A DOLLAR WASTED HELPS THE ENEMY
That is not a loyal thing to do, of course, and few of us realize
that we are helping the enemy when we waste money. Pretty hard
to define what waste is. One man's waste may be another man's
economy In a general way, waste in war time may be defined as the
buying of anything not essential to health and efficiency. Every
dollar one spends for unnecessary things commands goods and ser services,
vices, services, that is, labor and materials, needed by the United States Gov Government
ernment Government for war purposes. And. if you invest the money you save
in War Savings Stamps,' you are again helping by loaning your mon money
ey money to your Government.

Ocala Ice &
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First

J. J. toy, Proprietor
All DELICATE LINENS, ETC.
Receive Special Attention

: 12 E. Ft. Kina Ave.

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Courses in Classics, Science and Commerce. Also
Primary Department. Send for Catalogue.
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Can be Bought With Monthly Pay Payments
ments Payments of
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OCALA, FLORIDA

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

If You Hare Any News for this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Fire Double-One
or Two-Seven
In a Stratford Lane
The roses in a Stratford lane
Smiled at me thru the evening rain.
I wondered if from that same vine,
Filled with the fragrance of old wine,
Roses once smiled on Shakspere's lass
When she tripped thru the scented
grass.
I wondered if he loitered here
In the great wonder of the year,
And, leaning over some red rose
In this hushed, magic garden-close,
Dreamed his great words, and did re repeat;
peat; repeat; "By any name 'twould smell as
sweet!" Selected.
With the Compliments of a Friend
Love me Little,
Love me Long,
What a combination!
May the tie be ever strong,
All through life's duration.
And the joys o'er-balance sorrow,
Which must come to every life.
Love me Little love me Long,
Be the echo of the song.
m m
.
New Fiction at the Public Library
Turn About Eleanor, by Ethel M.
Kelley.
The Girl from Keller's, by Harold
Blindloss.
U. P. Trail; by Zane Grey.
To Arms, by Carcelle Tinayre.
The Unwilling Vestal, by Edward
Lucas White.
Sheaf of Blue Bells, by Baroness
Crczy.
Wolf-Lure, by Agnes and Egerton
Castle.
Williams of West Point, by Hugh
Johnson.
The Wanderer, by Mary Johnson.
White Morning, by Gertrude Ath Ath-erton.
erton. Ath-erton. Herself, Himself and Myself, by
Ruth Sawyer.
-High Heart, by Basil King.
His Last Bow, by Conan Doyle.
Tree of Heaven, by Mary Sinclair.
Surprise House, by Abbie Browne.
Hope Ghost, by Mark Lee Luther.
Sunny Slopes, by Ethel Houston.
Sunshine Beggars, by Sidney Mc-
Call.
Miss Elizabeth Mizelle of Orange
Lake was in the city shopping Wed
nesday.
Mrs. S. E. Poole of Palatka is in the 1
city on a visit to her grandmother,
Mrs. Rowe.
Mrs. W. B. Anderson of Lakeland
is in the city, the guest of Mrs. Kate
Brinkley.
x
Mrs. Jean Conley is having a pleas
ant vacation in Waycross and on St.
Simons Island.
Friends of Mrs. E. M. Joyner will
regret to learn that her little daugh
ter, Merris continues quite sick.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hitchins are
here from Columbus, Ga., on a visit
to Mrs. Hitchings' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. R. Pyles.
(
Miss Louise Beville, a charming
young lady of Gainesville, is in the
city, the guest of her grandmother,
Mrs. M. H. Temple.
Mr. Alfred MacKay, who was ex
pected home with Mr. Sam Burford,
did not come, having on a later de decision
cision decision gone to Charleston on business
in connection with his enlistment in
the navy.
Mrs. S. C. M. Thomas and Miss 01-
lie Hood were in town yesterday from
Dunnellon, shopping. Mrs. Thomas
was also looking for a suitable house,
her husband being Ocala's new mar
shal and they will soon become resi
dents of this city.
Misses Ava Lee and Marguerite Ed-1
wards' are expected home today from!
Tallahassee. Miss Ava Lee Edwards :
attended school there the past term,
and Miss Marguerite went to Talla-
hassee to be present at the com-j
mencement exercises.
Mrs. Eugene Beal and little two-
months-old daughter Helen, arrived
in the city yesterday and are guests
of Mrs. Beal's sister-in-law, Mrs. J.!
P. Galloway. They will leave shortly
for Atlanta and will then spend the ;
summer in North Carolina.
!
The. young ladies composing the D. s
O. B. club are entertaining the boys
who belong to the G. A. C. club at a
picnic and dance at Silver Springs
this afternoon and evening. The mem- j
bers of the two clubs are the follow-;
ing girls and boys: Mildred Crosby,;
Florence Guilfoyle, Jessie Dehon, :
Clifton Sexton, Sidney Cullen, Chris-j
tine Close, James Ellis, Marion Lum-
mus, Lynn Hollinrake, Lindsay Trox- i
ler and Claude Barnett. ;
Mr. Sam Burford arrived Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon from Atlanta, where he
is a student in the Georgia School of
Technology. He was accompanied by
Miss Laura Belle Turner, a charming
young lady of Atlanta, who comes to
visit Miss Agnes Burford. The first
thing Sam did after greeting his home
folks was to strike a bee line for the
Registration office, and put his name
down as one of Uncle Sam's boys.
Sam has another year to study. He
is one of the boys that the college
i Drofessors are trviner to keep in

jschooL Nevertheless, he has made

two attempts to break into the navy
and, refused for physical reasons, is
going to Philadelphia to make an another
other another trial. At any rate, he says, he
intends to get into the reserve. A
real American boy is Sam.

A Beautiful Garden Party
The home of Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
Cullen was the setting for a very
beautiful scene yesterday afternoon,
when the members of St. Margaret's
Guild gave an entertainment of un unusual
usual unusual excellence, the participants be being
ing being composed entirely of the little
folks who took part in the spring fes festival
tival festival given by the teachers of the pri primary
mary primary school a few weeks ago.
The entertainment was for the ben benefit
efit benefit of the guild, and was largely at attended
tended attended by the parents and friends of
the children taking part, all of whom
were delighted with the splendid
features given. Several tableaux were
arranged, the scenes being taken
from the spring festival. The beauti beautiful
ful beautiful little fairy-like folk dancers
brought forth hearty applause. The
children dancing were Frances Mclv Mclver,
er, Mclver, Chivalette Smith, Maurine Gober,
Fanita Cobb, Mary Christine Cassels,
Barbara Wear Johnson and Margaret
Gerig.
Two third grade boys, Henry Cam Cameron
eron Cameron and Harold Knight, sang in fine
voice two songs, "The Bumble Bee and
Rose Bud" and "The Woodpecker."
The bee and butterfly dance was the
next number on the program. The
boys and girls who participated were
Edward Helvenston, Sewald Welch,
Howard Bilbro, Harry Clarkson, Lu Luther
ther Luther Brinkley, William Edwards and
Selma Reynolds, Mildred Gallant, Eli Elizabeth
zabeth Elizabeth Adams, Mary Blowers, Virgin Virginia
ia Virginia Johnson and Mary Troxler. Miss
Eunice Marsh furnished the music.
Lovely little Margaret Gerig gave a
patriotic recitation in a very pleasing
manner.
Many of the ladies of the guild as assisted
sisted assisted the hostess in making the party
the success it was.
The sweetly and attractively gown gowned
ed gowned young ladies, Hannay Ellis, Edith
Edwards, Sidney Cullen and Blair
Woodrow served dainty refreshments
of oatmeal cookies and punch, and the
guests'' mingled together informally,
making the affair one of pleasing so sociability
ciability sociability and one of the most delight delightful
ful delightful social events of the week.
Friends of Mrs. J. E. Thompson and
Mrs. Hammick will deeply regret to
learn that the former's daughter, Mrs.
J. E. Miller of Guthrie, Ky., who has
been so ill for several weeks, passed
away Saturday morning. Mrs. Thomp Thompson
son Thompson reached her daughter's bedside
only one day before she died. The

For Thursday, Friday arid Saturday,
June 6, 7 and 8.

lite Washable Simmer

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Other priced skirts reduced in proportion. This is the event you
have all been waiting for. No alterations, none sent on approval.
Do not torget the dates, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

A
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sympathy of all Ocala is extended t
these good people in their hour of
sorrow.
Mr. Alfred MacKay arrived last
night at 2 o'clock from Charleston,
where he went to see about enlistment
in the navy. He expects to report for
duty about the 17th of this month, and
will enjoy his short vacation at home
with his parents.
Misses Dorothy Schreiber, Katie
Mae Eagleton, Mildred Essex and An Annie
nie Annie Shockley who have attended the
Woman's College at Tallahassee the
past year, arrived home on the late
train last night, and there are of
course four happy homes this morn morning
ing morning whose daughters, the life and joy
of the households, have been received
back into the bosom of the family.
(Continued on Fourth Page)

The Battery
With a
"Backbone"
Prest-O-Lite and all other
makes of BATTERIES repaired,
re-boxed and re-charged and sat satisfaction
isfaction satisfaction guaranteed, at moderate
prices.
YONGES BATTERY SERVICE,
Phone 376, Ocala, Fla.
SAYINGS STAMPS
JtUEOBTTHE
UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT
Yours for All Kinds Of
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"The Fashion Center"

TEMPLE PROGRAM
FOR THIS WEEK

Today: "Elsie Ferguson in "Song
of Songs," and Mutt and Jeff; 10 and
20 cents.
Friday: Wallace Reid in "Rimrock
Jones" and Pathe News; 10 and 15
cents.
Saturday: Carmel Meyers in "The
Wine Girl," and Billy Rhodes comedy;
10 and 15 cents.
Monday: Charles Ray in "The Son
of His Father."
Tuesday: Mary Garden in "The
Splendid Sinner."
SAVE
WHEAT FLOUR
Use These Substitutes
Barley Flour
Rice Flour
Corn Flour
Corn Starch
Oat Meal
Oat Flakes
Nutrimeal (Peanut Meal)
Rice
Corn Meal
Corn Grits
All in Bulk
Mot Substitutes
Rye Flour
Graham Flour
50-50 Flour (Rye Wheal)
We can supply you
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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1918

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"Wall Street Jones ,a hustling trav traveling
eling traveling man from Atlanta, is in the city.
After a brief visit to his home
here, Mr. R. O. Connor is out on the
road again.
Somebody told us there was a pret pretty
ty pretty good watermelon crop in Marion
county.
After a few days at home on fur

lough Raoul Allemand left last night

to return to his ship.

Mr. II. M. Hampton will return
from a short business trip to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville this afternoon.

PAY YOUR INCOME TAX

We hear that the people at Martin
were so busy in their fields that they
didn't take a day off for election.
Messrs. George Wenzel and A.
Slott, members of the I. 0. O. F.,

took the Rebekah degree Monday

night.

Elsie Ferguson, a bright little

movie actress, in "The Song of
Songs," will be the Temple attraction

tonight.

We are glad to learn the North

Ocala school will not be discontinued.

It is a most useful school and could

not well be spared.

Dexter Phillips is home from school
in Atlanta for his summer vacation.
Dexter, in his cadet's uniform, looks

next door to a soldier.

Jacksonville, June 5. Collector of

Internal Revenue J. M. Cathcart has
mailed out all notices so far received

from the department in Washington,
advising the taxpayers in Florida the
amount they are due on income tax.
This amount must be paid by June 15.
These notices of assessments were
not prepared by the collector in Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, but by the treasury department
in Washington, and the collector in
Florida is sending all the notices out
just as rapidly as they are received.

The total collections for the year
ending June 30, the collector esti estimates
mates estimates between $6,000,000 and $7,000, $7,000,-000.
000. $7,000,-000. Remittances covering payments of

all internal revenue taxes should be
made payable to J. M. Cathcart, col collector,
lector, collector, and mailed to him at Jackson

ville, Fla.

Keep your lawn in shape by using

the Gold Medal Lawn Mower. It is a
real pleasure to use it. Ball bearings

throughout. Let us show it to you.

Clarkson Hardware Company. 28-tf

W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and

Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and

Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf

II

(Continued from Third Page)

About 150 young men, just over 21,

registered in Ocala yesterday. The

total number in America was over

three-quarters of a million.

Bernard Koonce, wno enlisted in
the navy a few days ago, and went to
Atlanta for examination, passed and

has returned home to wait until call called.
ed. called. If Bernard sails the sea long, he

will have a sweetheart in every port.

FORT KING

ISiunnaliys Candies Iresn every
week at Gerig's Drug Store, where

you can also get Thrift Stamps, tf

Mr. John Rowe, aged 24, who has
been in the employ of the McDowell
Crate Co., at Oak, died yesterday
morning. His remains have been ship

ped to his home at Starke.

Mr. B. R. Blitch, who was. in town
today, says his son Fenton Blitch, able

seamon, who has been on a voyage to

France is again on this side of the

pond.

' That bunch of pirates who kidnaped

the sexton of one of our churches last

Sunday and took him on a fishing ex

pedition will never get the chance to

repeat their heinous offense.

On the complaint of Mr. W. K. Ze-

wadski, Mr. P. H. Nugent was ar

raigned in Judge Smith's court this
morning. Mr. Nugent pleaded guilty
and was fined $5 and costs.
Mr. W. K. Zewadski left today for
a visit to his son, W. K. Zewadski Jr.,
. and family, in Tampa. "Zee" hasn't
been very well lately, and his friends
hope his vacation will restore him.
Alderman D. E. Mclver has gone to
Hot Springs, to take a course of
treatment in the waters of that fa famous
mous famous resort. We surely want old Don
to come back well and lively. He is a
staunch fighter for the interests of
the people.
A letter from Lieut. Hugo Mcin Mcintosh,
tosh, Mcintosh, at Camp Wadsworth, says that
from the preparation he is undergo undergoing,
ing, undergoing, he knows he will soon be on his
way to France. Hugo is a fine boy,
and he will do Ocala credit wherever
he goes.

Fort King, June 6. Mr. and Mrs.
Casper Young visited Mr. and Mrs.

Brabham at Orange Lake Sunday.

Miss Ruby Cappleman leaves to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for Washington, to visit
Lieut, and Mrs. Roy Cappleman for

two weeks.

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Whaley visited

Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Long of Graham

ville Saturday and Sunday, going
especially to see Mr. Long, who is

very sick.

Private S. I. Long of Company A

visited relatives here Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. William Vaughn
visited their parents here, Mr. and

Mrs. F. C. Clayton Sunday.

Mrs. J. A. Freyermuth and children
visited Mrs. Freyermuth's daughter,
Mrs. J. F. Hinson of Micanopy, last

week.

Mr .and Mrs. F. C. Clayton and
Mr. William Vaughn attended the
funeral of Mrs. Fort at Oklawaha

Bridge church Sunday.

Now is the time to plant chuf as,
$5.50 per bushel; Spanish peanuts,
$2.25 per bushel. Ocala Seed tSore,

phone 435. tf

Phone 108 and have the Main Street

Market send you a nice cold water
melon off the ice. tf

Sorghum seed and field peas at the

Ocala Seed Store. 27-tf

This is the first half holiday of the
season to be observed by all the
stores. Two or three of them started
four or five weeks ago and their pro proprietors
prietors proprietors have informed us in strict
confidence that they haven't lost any
money in consequence.
Frederick Winer, who has been a
valued employe of the Cam-Thomas
Co. during vacation for many years,
has resigned this position to work for
Mr. H. A. Waterman and we wouldn't
be surprised some day to see Fred Frederick
erick Frederick setting up a haberdashery of
his own.

Mr. A. R: Sandlin of Orlando is in
the city, on business connected with
the citrus fruit industry. He is ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mr. James E. A. Henry
of St. Petersburg, also a fruit buyer.
They have been looking over a num number
ber number of Marion county orange groves
and report that the crop is fairly
good.

The A. C. L. switch engine is abso absolutely
lutely absolutely the busiest little institution in
town. It is now working both the A.
C. L. and S. A. L. yards. This has
caused the administration to change
hours on the crew. The engine has to
start, work at 6 a. m., which causes
Mac and Pete to lose their beauty
sleep. They are able to act the gen gentlemen
tlemen gentlemen of leisure in the afternoon,
however.

Phone No. '451 is the American
Restaurant, Temple & Davis, proprie proprietors,
tors, proprietors, the best in the city, at the union
passenger station. 16-tf

Was a
V
Misery

Mrs. F. M. Jones, of
Palmer, Okla., writes: 1
"From the time I en entered
tered entered into womanhood
... I looked with dread
from one month to the
next I suffered with my
back and bearing-down
pain, until life to me was
a misery. I would think
I could not endure the
pain any longer, and I
gradually got worse.
Nothing seemed to help
me until, one day, ...
I decided to

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UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

The Star regrets to report the ill illness
ness illness of Mrs. N. U. Kindt.
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Trantham will
spend the month of July at the Con Connor
nor Connor cottage, North Lake Weir.
Mrs. J. Lawrence Kelly Jr. arrived

from Gainesville Tuesday night and

will be the guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Moorhead until Satur

day.

Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Lane and Mr.

and Mrs. C. C. Bryant went to Lake
Weir on a fishing trip this afternoon,
and are anticipating a most pleasant
time.

Miss Theo Beckham, one of Ocala's

sweet girl graduates, leaves this aft

ernoon for Frederickshall, Va., where

she will spend the entire summer with

her father's relatives.

Miss Irene Tompkins in company

with a party of girl friends from Mic Micanopy,
anopy, Micanopy, will leave for Plant City Sat

urday for a visit of several weeks to
her aunt, Mrs. A. N. Doke.
'
Mr. B. F. Kauffman of Gainesville,
head clerk at the White House, is
spending a few days in Ocala with his
sister, Mrs. Mary Shuey, who has
been in poor health for some time.

Miss Lois Livingston, who has been
attending Coker College, Hartsville,
S. C, will accompany her aunt, Mrs.

Kitchins to Baltimore on a visit of

some length before returning home.

Misses Delia and Lillian Livingston
arrived home Tuesday from Kitchens

Mills, S. C, where they have been at

tending high school. They will spend

the summer in Ocala with their par parents.

Mrs. G. B. Stein of Jacksonville,
who arrived in the city a short while

since to visit her daughter, Mrs. P. J.
Theus, was called to Lake City yester

day to the bedside of her sister-m

law, Mrs. W. C. Rivers, who lies crit

ically ill.
Mrs. E. H. Martin, Mrs. N. R. De
hon. Misses Christine Close and Jes

sje Dehon leave tomorrow for Largo,
where they will visit Mrs. Martin's
mother, Mrs. Gordon. They also ex expect
pect expect to enjoy a week's stay at St. Pe

tersburg before they return home.

LYNNE

Lynne, June 3. The relatives and
friends of Mrs. Will Fore are grieved
to hear of her death and all are in

sympathy with the family.

. Mr. Bennie Robertson, Misses Mae

and Belle Robertson, Mr. Lawrence

Perry were Sunday visitors of Miss

Bonnie Reynolds.

Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Reynolds re

turned home Friday from Hastings

and Espanola, where they have been

for the past six weeks.
Mr. Wm. B. Roberts and son, Man

nie made a business trip to Ocala

Tuesday.,

Mrs. Dan Clifton is visiting her

father, Mr. N. A. Fort.

Everybody out this way is busy

canning peaches and other fruit.

Mr. Ralph Shortridge is a constant

visitor at Lynne.
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The Woman's Tonic

"I took four bottles,"
Mrs. Jones goes on to
say, "and was not only
greatly relieved, but can
truthfully say that I nave
not a pain. .
" It has now been two
years since I took Car dui,
and I am still in good
health. . I would ad advise
vise advise any woman or girl
to use Cardui who is a
sufferer from any female
trouble."
If you suffer pain caused
from womanly trouble, or
if you feel the need of a
good strengthening tonic
to build up your run-down
system, take the advice
of Mrs. Jones. Try Car Cardui.
dui. Cardui. It helped her. We
believe it will help you.
All Druggists
J.6S

Clear, Peachy Skin
Awaits Anyone Who
Drinks Hot Water

WANTED, LOST, POUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

RATES: Six line maximum, one
time 25c; three times 50c; six times
75c; one month S3. Payable in advance

LOST On the road from Oklawaha

containing papers of no good only to J3vS

the return of bag and contents to

either the Commercial office, Lees Lees-burg,
burg, Lees-burg, or Harrington Hall, Ocala. Azel

Ford of Muclan Farms. 6-5-tf

TIRE

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QUESTIONS

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FOR SALE 10 head of Belgian
hares. Want to sell at once. You can

see them at 416 North Magnolia
street. v 6-4-6t

FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 1913
big Oakland, fine appearance, perfect

mechanical condition, fixe tires and
excellent upholstery. Exchange for
light car in good condition or team of
mules or sell cheap for cash. Make

me an offer. Address, Box 84, Dunnel-

lon, Fla. 28-12t

Says an Inside bath, before break-

fast helps- us look and feel
clean, sweet, fresh.
t
Sparkling and vivacious merry,
bright, alert a good, clear skin and
a natural, rosy, healthy complexion
are assured only by pure blood. If
only every man and woman could be
induced to adopt the morning inside
bath, what a gratifying change would
take place. Instead of the thousands of
sickly, anaemic-looking men, women
and girls, with pasty or muddy
complexions; instead of the multi multitudes
tudes multitudes of "nerve wrecks," "rundowns,"
"brain fags" and pessimists we
should see a virile, optimistic throng
of rosy-cheeked people everywhere.
.An inside bath is had by drinking
eat.; morning, before breakfast, a
glass of real hot water with a tea tea-spoonful
spoonful tea-spoonful of limestone phosphate in it
to wash from the stomach, liver, kid kidneys
neys kidneys and ten yards of bowels the pre previous
vious previous day's Indigestible waste, sour
fermentations and poisons,. thu3
cleansing, sweetening and freshening
the entire alimentary canal before
putting more food intb the stomach.
Those subject to sick headache, bil biliousness,
iousness, biliousness, nasty breath, rheumatism,
colds; and particulary those who have

j a pallid, sallow complexion and who

are constipated very often, are urged
to obtain a quarter pound of limestone
phosphate at the drug store which
will cost but a triSe, but is sufficient
to demonstrate the quick and remark remarkable
able remarkable change in both health and appear appearance,
ance, appearance, ewaitins tho-f vho practice in internal
ternal internal sanitat'or. rvjst remem remember
ber remember that inside ciii-i:!'-: U nio.-o in:-

j-c: .t tran o:u-;;. -cc-a!:-:c- i
c.. ; tot absorb irv-rfUri; !.--.
tal.ii.'C- the JlooU hile. t:"
the thirty fost c V.o-e'K r-r.

Buy Thrift Stamps of us and keep

! your skin nice and soft with Rexall
Skin Soap. Gerig's Drug Store, tf

C. O. D. This is the name of a wood

yard which is at your service at all

times. Stove wood, pine or oak. North

Magnolia street, phone 339. 29-tf

CASH FOR OLD FALSE TEETH

Don't matter if broken. I pay $2 to $15

per set, also cash for old gold, silver,

platinum, dental gold and old gold

jewelry. Will send cash by return mail
and will hold goods ten days for
sender's approval of my price. Mail to

L. Mazer, 2007 S. 5th St., Philadel
phia, Pa. 13-lm

WANTED Cotton rags; must be well

laundered. No sewing room scraps
Old bed and table linen specially de desirable.
sirable. desirable. Star office. 18-6t

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DR. D. M. BONEY
"My Optician"
EYESIGHT
SPECIALIST

I especially offer my services to the

people of Central Florida, and invite

personal visit3 or mail orders.
202-204 Hogan St., Park Hotel Bldg
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA

NOTICE WATCH THIS SPACE

If you have tire questions bring them to
us for adjustment. We have a booklet an answering
swering answering any tire question you may ask. It
is published by the Hood Tire Company, and
is yours for the asking Free. Our VUL-
CANIZING department is equipped with ma machinery
chinery machinery for VULCANIZING by the latest
improved methods. Why buy new a tires
when you can get thousands of miles out of
the old one by having us VULCANIZE it ?

D

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OCALA AGENCY
FOR HOOD TIRES

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Fresh car of cement and plaster
just received. We also carry Lake
Weir sand. Welch-Todd Lumber Com Company.
pany. Company. 25-tf

A 7-passenger, 6-cylinder Paige
car for sale today $230. Each day
price drops $10 until car is sold, so
don't wait too long. Car can be see

rt Gates' Garage.

4-30-tf

A very nice line of Wash Cloths on
display at Gerig's Drug Store. We
also sell War Savings and Thrift
Stamps. tf
Phone 108 and have the Main Street
Market send you a nice cold water watermelon
melon watermelon off the ice. tf

Careful prescription service, using
Squibb's chemicals, at Gerig's Drug
Store. War Savings and Thrift
Stamps sold. tf
The Pony Express Lawn Mower
can not be equalled at the price. Comb
in and se it. Clarkson Hardware Com Company.
pany. Company. 28-tf

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than arty otk

IF YOU USE

your building will look well, the Painf
will wear well, the cost will be lowest,
since you will have fewer gallons to
buy, because its all paint, and you
get two for one.
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.
For Sale By
THE MARION HARDWARE CO,
Old fashion and two crop conk peas.
Ocala Seed Store. 27-tf

Used C

artan

We have the following Bargains in Used
Automobiles, each is in good condition, and
a bargain at the price quoted. Easy pay payment
ment payment terms can be arranged, where desired
One Maxwell 1915 model Roadster,' electric lights and starter
new tires $200.00
One 1916 model Maxwell Roadster, electric lights and starter,
good condition $300.00
One Maxwell Touring Car, 1917 model $350.00
One Maxwell Touring Car, new tires $425.00
One Maxwell Touring Car, 1917 model $450.00
One Reo Roadster, splendid motor and gears, no tires $ 50.0U
One Buick Touring Car, indifferent tires, fine motor and gears $150.00
One .Ford Touring Car, 1915 model $300.00
One Ford Touring Car, 1916 model $300.00
One Ford 1917 model with Phoenix Form-a-Truck attachment
and good body, 1-ton capacity, brand new tires all
around.. ........ $550.00
One Ford, 1917 model, with Smith Form-a-Truck' attach attachment,
ment, attachment, all in perfect condition .. .. ,$550.00
One Rambler Roadster, mechanically in perfect condition; has
just been handsomely painted; a real bargain $550.00

Maxwell a

R. R. Carroll

Ocala

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