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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening 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.
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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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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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Resisting Successfully the Hun
Drive at Rheims

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Standing firmly before Rheims,, the
French have checked the new German
drive launched last night. In the
fighting between Vigny and La
Pompelle, the active battle front has
been extended to a point five miles
southeast of the cathedral city. Ac According
cording According to a Paris. statement the, en enemy
emy enemy was 'nowhere successful in his
attempt to enter the French lines.
Fierce attacks are being made by
the Austrians to overcome the Italian
resistance along the Piave river, but
the defensive line still holds.' Iji the
mountains, the Austrians have" been
generally on the defensive.,
OFFENSIVE BEGAN LAST 'NIGHT
Paris, June 19. The Germans last
night after a violent preparatory
bombardment began an attack on the
Rheims front between Vrigny and La La-Pompelle,
Pompelle, La-Pompelle, it is officially announced.
The French are resisting the blow
with entire success. On the western
front of the attack the enemy were
unable to even reach the French line.
In the center before the city the Ger Germans
mans Germans were completely repulsed and
suffered heavy losses. East of Rheims
the French were equally successful.
SUCCESSFUL BRITISH RAID
London, June.19. The British last
night successfully raided the German
lines in the region south of Ilebuteriie
and north of Albert, it is officially an announced.
nounced. announced. A British post near Vieux Vieux-Berquin
Berquin Vieux-Berquin was recaptured and prison prisoners
ers prisoners and two machine guns were taken.
AMERICANS COUNTER ATTACK
Washington, June 19.- Continued
artillery fighting in the region of the
Chateau Thierry and along the Maine
was noted in General Pershing's com communique
munique communique for yesterday, received to today.
day. today. An American patrol crossed the
Marne and took prisoners.
AMERICAN LOSSES
Washington, June 19. The Ameri American
can American (army) casualty list' issued today
contains 144 names, as follows: Kill Killed
ed Killed in action, 28; died of wounds, 12;
died of accident, 5; died of disease, 8;
wounded severely, ; 87; wounded
slightly, 1; missing in action, 1;
taken prisoner, 2. Privates John M.
Griner of Pelham, Ga., Thomas C.
Lit'tlejohn, Gaffney, S. C., and Dewey
Price, Seneca, .S. C, were wounded
seriously.
MARINE LIST
Washington, June 19. The marine
corps casualty list, issued today, con contains
tains contains 130 names, as follows: Killed in
action, 30; died of wounds, 7; died of
disease, 1; wounded severely, '92. Pri Private
vate Private James C. Yarborough, Atlanta,
' Ga., killed in action; Privates Willis
M. Sexon, Canton, Ga., William J
Attway, Rome, Ga., and John S.
Montgomery, Chelsea Ga.,' wounded
severely. ;
When, thinking of colored glasses
of all kinds for autoing, moving pic picture
ture picture and all other purposes, think of
J. Clias.- Smith, Jeweler and Optic Optician.
ian. Optician. 4-tf
A very nice line of .Wash Cloths on
display at. Ceng's Drug Store. We
also sell War Savings and Thrift
Stamps, v ,- tf
The Pony Express Lawn Mower
can not be equalled at the price. Com&
in and se it. Clarkson Hardware Com
pany.
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Federal Trade Commission Makes
Substantial Reduction in the
Price of Print Paper
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Washington, June 19. Maximum
aews print paper prices were fixed to-
Jay by the Federal Trade Commis Commis-idon,
idon, Commis-idon, as follows: Roll news in car
lots 3.10 per hundred pounds; less
than car lots, 3.22 ; sheet news in
car lots, S.50; less thon ; car Jots,
3.62V8. Under agreement the prices
are retroactive,' taking effect April
fist.
GOOD NEIGHBORS
-Mr. and Mrs. I.. N. Wiggins having
lost their home south of town by
fire, the following neighbors have
subscribed to help them, rebuild:
C. D. Phares, $10; S. M.! McAteer,

$10;' G. Folks, S5; E. E. Dobbs, $lnislature Let's" foreret our defeat.

H. P. Bitting, $1; Mrs: Pelot, 50c:
Cash; $1; D. N. 'Mathews, $1; f S. S.
Savage, $1; Mr. Denison, 25c; .Cash,
?2; R. E. Smedley, $5; E. D. Vaughn,
$5 ; J. M. Liddell, $5; C. E. Tubbs, $1;
J. M. Goin, $5; Frank Folks, $10.
- YORK :
York June 19. Quite a crowd
from here attended preaching at Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Plant Sunday.
Miss Annie Loufse Hadsock return returned
ed returned home from Crystal Hiver Monday.
Mrs. W. V Weathers spent a few
days in Lakeland visiting her sister,
returning home Thursday night. Her
sister, Mrs. Roy George, returned
home with her and will spend several
weeks here.
Mr. Harry Woodward was the din dinner
ner dinner guest Sunday' of Mr. Hadfock and
family.
Mr. Harry J. McCully and sister,
Missv Geneva, of Fellowship,' spent
Sunday afternoon with 'the Misses
Hadsock. :
Mr., and Mrs. Thomas Russell at attended
tended attended the picnic at Stoke's ferry last
Thursday. ;
, Mr. John Parker of Leroy was
transacting business in York yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Mr. Parker has received a letter
from hi3 son, William in France, stat stating
ing stating that he arrived safely. ; V
Wre are glad to sets Mr. Strickland
out again after a Jong spell of fever.
Mr. and Mrs. W.'V. Weathers and
Mrs. Roy George spent the day at
Silver Springs Sunday.
Mrs. J. A. Kelly and Mrs. J. P. Hol Holder
der Holder of Martel spent ; Tuesday with
Mrs. Hadsock and family.
Caieful prescription service, using
Squibb's chemicals,-at Gerig's Drug
Store. Wat Savings and Thrift
Stamps sold. N tf
Norris Candies fresh every week at!
the Court Pharmacy. Phone us and
let us send it up. 15-tf
Keep your lawn in shape by using
the Gold Medal Lawn Mower. It is a
real pleasure tc. use it. Ball bearings
throughout. Let us show it to you.
Clarkson Hardware Company. 2S-tf

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OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1918.

LIB'S

BULLIES IB A DEWTI0I1 OFI'AR
FROM THE UNITED STATES

(Associated
Washington, June 19. The sack sacking
ing sacking of the American hospital at Ta Tabriz,
briz, Tabriz, Persia, and the seizure of the
American and British consulates
there by invading Turkish troops, was
reported to the state department to-
! day by the American minister at Te Te-heran.
heran. Te-heran. If the report is officially con-
firmed, the outrages may be consid consid-iered
iered consid-iered an act of war'and settle the long
( pending question of whether Turkey
will be formally listed among Ameri America's
ca's America's enemies.
LETTER FOM LIGHT
Editor Star: Please let me sing my
! song like all the other candidates
have done through the Star. ; .'
. Defeat politically heretofore never
'hurt me. This last defeat I believe
will be the very best blessing I ever
j received, for now I can concentrate
I mv finersn'es on thp. farm and make it
pay. I thank my political enemies for
the good sense they exercised in vot voting
ing voting for the othey fellows. I shall al always
ways always remember in great kindness
those who voted for me. To Crosby,
Fort and Folks I say: If in any way I
can do you any good, I am at your
service. To the public I .'say: Let's do
our best to help our representatives to
be the very best servan ts we ever
sent to Tallahassee. I never felt bet better,
ter, better, never more contented, eat hearty,
sleep well, have a clear conscience,
owe less, have more onJ hand than
ever, and am elected to continue to
tend to my own business. Thanks,
dearly beloved, thanks. To Jack, Ben
arid, Light I say:
Lett's plant, a big
sweet potato patch this summer,
It
will pay. better than going to the leg-
forget
Hurrah for Crosby, Folks arid Fort.
Let's celebrate our defeat by buying
war savings stamps, and help lick the t
Huns. A Defeated Candidate.
Reddiqk, June 19. L. S. Light:
AWFUL AWFUL &
Some person who deserves to be
shot at sunrise sends in the following
'Why does Uncle Billy Folks wear j
a long beard?
"He smashed the Raysor to pieces i
and fanned out the Light; therefore
he cannot shave." ; ,'

The City Records show that the cost of making pow pow-er
er pow-er for the first two weeks of June is as, follows;

Wood - -Freight
on sarrie
Labor - -Fuel
Petroleum
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City Plant generated 39989 Kilowatt Hours. Labor
and Fuel Cost per Kilowatt Hour 2.1 cents. These
figures do not include anything for lubricating oil,
waste, repairs, maintenance, depreciation or interest
on investment. :
; R. C. Camp

by making the most of present opportunities. You may

skimp somewhere, but it is unwise to skimp your publicity. Allow no one
to persuade you to discontinue your advertising, unless you want to stunt

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By Which hi Thinks he Can Put the
Kibosh on the Employes
of Child Labor :
(A."socIated Press)
Washington, June 19.- Employers
of child labor would be barred from
the use of the mails by a bill intro introduced
duced introduced by Senator Kenyon today, de designed
signed designed to meet the recent decision of
the supreme court.
SMITH WANTS A MODIFICATION
Senator Smith of South Carolina,
on the recommendation of southern
fruit growers, today asked the rail railroad
road railroad administration to modify its
order making $15 the minimum
charge for short haul of partly load loaded
ed loaded cars. -, '.-
TEMPLE PROGRAM
FOR THIS WEEK
Today: Sessue Hayakawa in
"Hashimura Togo'
Thursday: Billie Burke in "Eye's
Daughter." :
Friday: George Beban in "Jules of
the Strong Heart." I
Saturday: Monroe Salisbury and
Ruth Clifford in "The- Red, Red
Heart."
Monday: Pauline Frederick
"Madame Jealousy."
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Our prescription department offers
you the best in PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS. Your doctor will, tell
you. Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 15tf
Phone No. 451 is the American
Restaurant, Temple & Davis, proprie
tors, ths best in the city, at the union
! passenger station.
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Watermelons on ice. The Main
Street Market. Phone 108. tf
. $491.65
- 5i.60
- 74.00
- 80.18
- 147.00
Total $844.43
your business going full tilt.

will gladly tell you more about it.

Contingent Fee Agents Rush-
ing to Confess

SCHEMES TO SYI HOLE THE f I
M ill HAD
(Associated
Washington, June 19. Many self
acknowledged contingent fee agents
appeared today at the department of
justice to explain their operations and
ask for leniency. Many of thesa
were heretofore unknown. This fact
promoted the impression that the sys system
tem system of making commissions out of the
war office was even more expensive
than' officials believed.
EXPRESS MONOPOLY HAS EVAP EVAP-(
( EVAP-( ORATED
Washington," June 19. The express
monopoly must be dissolved .after the
war emergency is past, under the
provisions of a contract signed today
by representatives of the companies
and the railroad administration.
FORWARDING THE INTEREST
OF COUNTY FAIRS
The Tri-State Fair Circuit held its
annual meeting -at the White House
in Gainesville Tuesday, and it was
one of the best meetings that the
members of the, circuit have held.
Mr. W. M. Pepper, acting president
of the Rotary Club, received the
guests as they arrived and the sin sincere
cere sincere cordiality of his welcome made
every one feel at home.
The meeting of the forenoon was a
short session and at 12:30 the mem members
bers members adjourned to the lobby to be
presented to the members of the
Rotary Club, whose guests they were
at luncheon. -.
After a hearty greeting from about
twenty-five of the members of the
club, comprising Gainesville progres progressive
sive progressive business men, their guests we're
escorted to the beautiful little dining
room, .where a' large table was laid
for about forty. The table was beau?
tifully but simply decorated with
roses. The plain and; substantial
luncheon was in .harmony with the
spirit of the times and enjoyed by all
present.
v The members of the circuit whose
pleasure and privilege it was to be
present on this occasion were J. M.
Ashley of Valdosta, president of, the
circuit and secretary-maanger of the
Georgia-Florida Fair; Mrs. Anna
Tweedy, secretary and treasurer of
the circuit and assistant secretary' of
the Marion County Fair; E. A-.Koeh-ler
and P. Beggs, "representing the
Florida State Fair; J. B. Simonton,
president, W. M. Pepper, secretary secretary-manager
manager secretary-manager and Archie Blue, secretary
of the Alachua County Fair; C. W.
Hunter, vice president and Nathan
Mayo, secretary of the Marion Coun County
ty County Fair.
After a short business session of
the Rotary Club, E. A. Koehler of
the State "Fair gave an interesting
talk on fairs in general, emphasizing
the fact that the fair at Jacksonville
is a "Florida State Fair," and the fair
of the people of the entire state.
Mr. Hunter of Ocala followed Mr.
Koehler with a short talk, referring
to the pleasant rivalry between
Alachua and Marion counties and as assuring,
suring, assuring, the Alachua people that Mar Marion
ion Marion would run them a merry, race this
year. :
Mr. Taylor of Gainesville, who is
always a leader in anything progres progressive
sive progressive and for the good of his commu community,
nity, community, immediately accepted the chal challenge
lenge challenge of Mr. Hunter, by urging the
Rotary Club to back their fair board
by offering a $500 prize for the. best
community exhibit, offering to give
$250 of the amount himself.
This is the kind of public Epirit that
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Member of the Shipping Board Not
in Favor of Denying Work Workmen
men Workmen their Beer
(Associated Press)
Washington, June 19. A vigorous
protest against imr.ediate absolute
prohibition was made today before
the Senate agricultural committee by.
Bainbridge Colby, a member of the
shipping board, who declared if beer
is taken away from them, workmen
at American shipyards will be reduc reduced
ed reduced 25 per cent. Colby said he ap appeared
peared appeared at the request of Chairman
Hurley as a representative of the
shipping board.
CANDLER
Candler, June 17. Mr. Earle C.
Marshall and Mrs. Ilslen Maloney
were quietly married in Ocala Sat Saturday
urday Saturday evening and are "alf home" in
a suite of rooms in the Clark house
until the 26th inst., when the groom
has a date with Uncle Sam at Camp
Johnson. ;
Mrs. M. Cooner is having her
household effects shipped to her new
home in the northern part of the
state. i
' Miss Mabel McClain, who .so effic efficiently
iently efficiently taught the primary and inter intermediate
mediate intermediate grades in the Weirsdale
school for the past two terms, has en entered
tered entered a Tampa hospital for training.
If Miss Mabel is as successful in ad administering
ministering administering to the physical needs as
she has been in the mental, we pre predict
dict predict that she will become a star in her
newly chosen profession.
Mrs. M. Kline has returned from a
pleasant visit to Gainesville relatives.
The W. C. T. U. members have re revived
vived revived their organization and again
entered the field of action.
awakens enthusiasm and means suc success
cess success to any enterprise and on thi3 oc occasion
casion occasion acted as an inspiration to eve every
ry every one present.
Mr. Ashley of Valdosta spoke on
the "Benefits of the Fair to the Com Community,"
munity," Community," and waj listened to with
much interest and made many good
points. '
At the afternoon session of the
circuit a number of important busi business
ness business matters were taken up. The
name of the association was changed
from "Tri-State Fair Circuit" to
"Association of Florida Fairs." It i3
the object of the association to get
the whole state banded together in
one large circuit, and to this end a
meeting is being called to convene at
Jacksonville on the 24th of thi3
month.
It nay be encouraging to some who
have been skeptical in regard to the
success of fairs this year to know
that never before has there been such
a spirit of optimism among fair
workers as is manifest thi3 year.
The following officers were elected:
President, C. W. Hunter, of Ocala;
vice president, J. M. Ashley of Val Valdosta;
dosta; Valdosta; secretary and treasurer, A.
i Tweedy, Ocala.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1918

OCALA EVEN IN GST A R
Pobllabed Every Day Except Suaday by
STAB PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OF OCALA, FLA.
R. It. Carroll, President
P. V. Leave nood, Secretary-Treaaurer
J. II, Benjaraia, Editor

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not otherwise credited In this paper
and also the local news published
herein. All rights of republication of
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served.
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Iegal advfc. -lsements at legal rates.
Electros must be mounted, or charge
will be 'made for mounting.
They do not pass.
- AreNyou buying thrift stamps?
; ....
Let's have a fourth of July celebra celebration
tion celebration not a money-making affair, but
something to stir the blood and add
to the growing tide of patriotism patriotism-something
something patriotism-something like last fourth, only more
sc.
There is as much nutriment in two
5-oent packets of salted peanuts as
there, is in a small steak that you pay
40 cents for, but if we all go to living
on peanuts they will go up to 25
cents a package.
m'.iim im '.'
The Red Cross ladies are busy mak making
ing making comfort kits for the forty-odd
young selects, who are to leave Ocala
for Camp Jackson June 26. This is
the largest number of selects to leave
at one 'time yet. The people should
bear the date in mind and give the
boys a good send-off.
Clarence Camp, county food admin administrator,
istrator, administrator, reports that the public eat eating
ing eating places are cheerfully complying
with the food administration's latest
order, to the effect that beef be served
only four times a week. There is
mighty little "slacking" in this 'coun 'county
ty 'county in any of the patriotic measures of
the government and it branches.
There is a "lemon famine in Ocala,
and perhaps all the rest of the coun country.
try. country. Nearly all our lemons come from
Sicily and Spain and in consequence
of Teuton submarines they are scarce.
Floridians could raise their own lem lemons,
ons, lemons, and 11 they had set out a fair
number of groves a few years ago
they could be coining money from
them now.
The Germans are hateful and un unfair
fair unfair enemies, but they are not so vile
as the Americans who try to swindle
the government. It -was good to read
in Tuesday's dispatches that a crowd
of these skunks have been rounded up,
and it is to be hoped every one of them
win., wear stripes. I ney ought to be
shot, but there is no chance of such
efficacious justice. K '
Corporal George Howell .sends us
the following letter regarding Lieut.
Lawrence, who; was one cf his highly
prized comrades on the border: "Lieut.
Lawrence was a sergeant-in A Gom Gom-pany
pany Gom-pany on the border and attended the
first training camp at Fort McPher McPher-.
. McPher-. son. He was a favorite with all of the
boys in Company A, and was general
ly called the 'Society Guy on account
of his neatness at all times, ;ven on
patrol duty. He was a member of the
Ocala Rifles for nine months. He en-
called on June 18, 1910."
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, ,. We are always glad when the wa
termelons begin to roll, for soon after
that merry season commences, our
good friend, s Mr. L. O. Booher, the
farmer out on Orange avenue,. brings
the Star one of the most luscious of
the succulent ovals. He paid his an annual
nual annual tribute yesterday afternoon, 1 and
it 'was "with', shining eyes and water-
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gang gathered around the big and in inviting
viting inviting fruit this aftei-noon. Their an anticipations
ticipations anticipations were realized for the
melon was as good as it looked.
Collier's Weekly this week gives a
fine story about what the Y. M. C. A.
is doing for the army, in France and
England. It's evident the Y. M. C. A;,
next to the Red Cross, is the greatest
help to the amy. The secretaries are
not only providing home-like resorts,
recreation and clean amusement free
to our soldiers, and little necessaries

f.nd luxuries at cost, but they are?
doing canteen work under fire. The j
fecretaries even follow, the men "over;
the top" with hot coffee and food. The
X. M. C. A. is doing so much for the j
British and Americans that the
French also want a branch. It is a i
lioble and indispensable work and de-f

verves the strong support of our peo-l
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There was no meeting of the coun-I
cil last night, there being present present-c
c present-c nly President Nash and Alderman i
Winer. President Nash; called ai
meeting for this evening, which will
p robably materialize if Mr. Osborne
if in town. A Star reporter was
looking over the records tf the coun coun-c
c coun-c il meetings this morning and found
there had been seventeen regular and
special meetings (not counting last
light) since the new council was or or-,'anized
,'anized or-,'anized Jan. 8. At all of these Presi President
dent President Nash has been present. Mr.
illclver has also been present at every
::neeting. He did not appear last
Might, because he is at Hot Springs,
whre he has gone for a few weeks
badly needed rest. MrC Winer has
been present at every meeting but
ne. Mr. Osborne has been absent
;i!rom three meetings. Mr. Thomas
lias been present at only six meet meetings.
ings. meetings. The opinion is expressed by
many- leading citizens that Mr.
'Thomas should resign. Of course,
itobody blames him for being absent.
He is carrying on a well-paying bus business
iness business up in Georgia, and it would be
unreasonable to expect him to pay
milroad fare both ways twice a
n onth, besides losing time from his
business,' which would cost him over
tin times his salary as an alderman.
At the same time, it is not fair for
him to hold a seat on the council that
hi t can't fill, carrying with it as it
dees the chairmanship of an impor important
tant important committee. If Mr. Thomas' bus business
iness business affairs are going to keep him
avray from home with the persistence
which they have for the last four
months, he should send in his resig resignation.
nation. resignation. i'ixteen steel ships, of nearly 70,
00C tons' deadweight have been com com-pie
pie com-pie red and delivered to the shipping
board in the last two weeks. This "is
moi e than all the kaiser's U-boat&
hay been able to sink in that time.
Charlie Schwab, however, is not satr
isfie i with this output. He says he
does I't want only to keep up with o
outrim submarine destructiveness; he
wants to smother it. It is evident
also that our aircraft construction ia
beginning to hit its gait. The ma machine,;,
chine,;, machine,;, are being completed with in-r
creasing rapidity and the dispatches
show ; that American air men are
steadily multiplying on the western
front When we add to this the fact
of the: great force of Americans sent
to Frai ice about four times, as many
as anyone a year ago believed could
be sent i by this time even the most
pessimistic must admit that America
is doinj:: more than was expected of
her. Ai for the blunderings and de delays
lays delays thtt have happened well, there
is no reason to believe that any other
country similarly situated could have
done better if as well.
ANTHONY
Anthony; June 18. Mrs. C. W.
Turner, Miss Mabel Turner and Mr.
Guy Turner motored to Ocala Thurs Thursday
day Thursday af tenwon to meet Mrs. Turner's
sister, Mrs. C. A. Roe 'and nephew,
Austin Turner of Arcadia. I
Mrs. Priest, Mr. .Priest and Miss
Priest atte riled the entertainment at
Sparr Friday night.
Mrs. Charlie Turner, Mrs. C. A.
Roe, Miss Mabel Turner and Mr. Guy
Turner motored to Sparr Friday
night to attend, the entertainment.
Mrs. Roe, Mrs. Turner, Miss Mabel
Turner and Mr. Guy Turner motored
to Ocala and Silver Springs Saturday
afternoon. i
Miss Ruth Stephens of Sparr is
visiting friends at, Anthony this
week.
Mrs. C. A. E owe, Mrs. C. W. Tur Turner,
ner, Turner, Miss Mabel Turner, Guy, and
Austin were iiting Mrs. Thomas at
Pine last Sunday afternoon.
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A LETTER TO ALL THE
31 OTHERS OF OUR SOLDIERS

Editor Star: As soon as we declar declared
ed declared war against the German govern government,
ment, government, a bright young lawyer, past the
selection age, Adrian C. Edwards, of
Carrallton, 111., enlisted his service to
his country. On May 4th last, while
leading his company in a battle.he was
killed.
I hand you, Mr. Editor, a copy of
the letter he wrote to his mother
just before he entered the battle. It
is beautiful, it is- tender,- it is ex expressive
pressive expressive of pure patriotism. It will
console the mothers of our land whose
sons have psrid. the debt they owe to
civilization, and be a help to those
who are "waiting and watching."
R. M. '-.
.The Letter
Somewhere in France.
My Dear Mother: I am about to
go into battle and have instructed
the company clerk to send you this
letter in case I become a casualty,
hence the receipt of this letter by
you will indicate that I am either
with God or a prisoner in the hands
of the enemy. Since I will never be become
come become a prisoner of the Huns, if I re
main conscious and able to fight, it is
doubtful if I will ever be an inmate of
a German prison camp.
Do not grieve that I am among the
missing, but rather rejoice that you
have given a son in sacrifice to make
the greatest military caste of all
times lay down the sword, to save
civilization, ttf prevent future wars,
to punish the Huns who have dis disregarded
regarded disregarded every law of God and man mankind,
kind, mankind, .whose only God is the god of
war ahd military force and to make
the world safe for democracy. I de desire
sire desire that you view the matter in the
light and spirit of the Spartan moth mothers
ers mothers of old, who, when their sons went
forth to battle for freedom and their
native land, : said to their sons:
"Either come home proudly bearing
your shield before you -or upon it."
War was absolutely necessary on
the part of my country, and, although
I was 34 years old and nobody ex expected
pected expected me to go, yet some one had to
go; some one must make the sacri sacrifice;
fice; sacrifice; some mother must lose her. son.
: In the light of these facts and
knowing cur country's great need, I
volunteered and have never for one
moment regretted my; decision, and
I will not, although my life and the
useful career must end. Lifeis not
the highest boon of existence. There
are ideals that are super-human, : in
terests greater than life itself, for
which it is worth while fighting, suf suffering
fering suffering and dying. -x
If possible, after the war, I would
like for my remains to be-brought to
America and interred at White Hall.
I have provided -well for your sup
port, as L have a 10,000 insurance
policy with the government and sev several
eral several thousand with the old line com com-panier.
panier. com-panier. My friend, Thompson, and
Jess have' these policies and other
valuable papers.
Good-bye, mother; I ; will see you
in the next world. You may know
that I died fighting for you, my coun country,
try, country, and all that life holds dear.
Your son, Adrian.
'UNCONSTITUTIONAL"
The Child Lsnor Law was Declared
Unconstitutional by a Vote, of
Five to Four of the
Supreme Court
Five reverend, wise and gentle men
Have thrust the babies back again
Into the prison walls.'
These hold the future of the race,
Yet grave men look. them in the face
And drool of ancient scrawls.
Five men of gowns' and high degree,
Like five old crones across their tea,
Have worked, these worthy end3,
And from the confines of the grave
Have summoned moldered hands to
save ,.
The children from their friends.
Not what is right, or what is just?
But what divinings from, the dust!
Aye, what was the intent
Of men whose widest, wildest dream
Conceived not rail, nor mill, nor
steam, v ..
Yet wrote the Document.
Fain would we leave it to those men
Could they but come to life again,
. With brains alert, alive,
Who, even yet, are scarce more dead
Than are the housings in- the head
Of these our reverend Five!
- Edmund Vance Cooke.
OCALA PROOF
Should Convince Every Ocala Reader
The frank statement of a "neighbor,
telling of the merits of a remedy,
Bids you pause and believe.
The same endorsement
By some stranger far away:'
Commands no belief at all.
Here's an Ocala "case.
An Ocala citizen testifies.
Read and be convinced.
Mrs. F. L. Grantham, 223 Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha Ave.,' says: "I can't speak too
highly of Doan's Kidney Pills, be because
cause because they have been a mighty fine
medicine 'for me. Doan's helped me
after different kidney medicines had
failed to even give me relief. I was
! suffering with general symptoms of
i kidney disorder, such as backache
land languid spells. I was run down,
j too. I got Doan's Kidney Pills at the
I Court Pharmacy 'and thjey helped me
I immediately and soon had me well. I
have used this medicine on several
occasions since and it has never fail fail-jed
jed fail-jed me good results." .
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
1 Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
! Mrs. Grantham had. Foster-Milburn
i Co., Mfgs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 7
Phone 108 and have the Main Street
Market send you a nice cold water-melon
off the ice. tf

OCAOuA,
FLORI33A
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodsre No. 22. I. O. O
F.
meets everv Tuesday evening in the -.
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor c:
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promptly. A warm welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.
H. D. Stokes, N. G.
M. M. Little Secretary.
MA RTON-DUNN MASON TC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M meets on the first, and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock, until further notice.
Stephen Jewett, W.' M. ;
J silce Brown, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF-THE WORLD
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Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. hall at 8 p. m. every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are ailways welcome.
P.-W. Whitesides, C. C.'
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
OCALA LODGE NO. 285, B. P. O. t
Ocala Lodge No. ,28(r 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 postofflce, east side.
C. W. Hunter, E. R.
K. J. Crook. JSecretarv.
KNIGHTfcS OF Fl'lHlAS
Ocala Lodge No. 1j. Conventional
held every Monday evening at 8
at the Castle Hall, over the James
Carlisle drugstore. A cordial welcome
to visiting brotlvers.
II. B. Baxter, C. C.
Chs. K. Sasre, iL of U.
MIRIAM REBEEAH LODGE NO. 15
Miriam Rebel ih Lodge No. 15
meets the first and third Monday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month in the Odd Fel Fellows'
lows' Fellows' hall at 8 o'clock.
Clara Moremen, N. G.
, Georgia Ten Eyck, Secretary.
R. A.
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Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapte No. 13, R. A. M., on the
first Friday in every month at 8 p'. m.
. J. A. Bouvier, H. P.
Jake Brown" Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
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Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Al;ce Yonce, W, M.
Mrs Susan Cook, Secretary.
SALTS IF KIDNEYS
OR BLADDER BOTHER
Harmless to flush Ki&i eys and neutral
. iza irritating acidLiSplendid
; i;. ; for systeio.
Kidney and Bladder weakness result
from 'uric acid, says a noted authority. 1
The kidneys filter thin acid from tKe
blood and pass it ti to ti e bladder, "where
if often remains to irritate and inflame,
causing a burning, scalding sensation, or
Betting up an irritation at the neck of
the bladder, obliging you to seek relief j
two icr three times during the night.
The fc offerer is in consta.it dread, the J
vnawx jao.j wui i.uuca .nitu at z?v&iujlui
sensation and ia very 'profuse ; again,
there is difficulty in avoiding it.
Bladder weakness most i'ola call it,
because they can't control urination.
vvniie rt is extremely annoying ana some-
times very painful, this is roally one of
the 'most simple ailments tt OTercome.
Get about four ounces of Jad Salts 1
from your pharmacist and take a table- j
BDoonful in a class of water, before
breakfast, oontinue this for two or three
days. This will neutralize th ci&3 ia
the urine so it no longer ia a source of
irritation to the bladder and urinary or organs
gans organs which then act normally -again.
Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless,
and is made from the acid of grapes and
lemon juice, combined with lithia, and
is used by thousands of folks who are
subject to urinary disorders caused by
m-ic acid irritation. Jad Salts is splen splendid
did splendid for kidneys and causes n a bad
effects whatever.
Here you have a pleasant, effervescent
lithia-water drink, which quickly relieves
bladder trouble.
PORCH SWINGS
We have the finest porch swings in
town. See them. Welch-Todd Lumber;
Co two blocks north of the union de- j

pot. Phone 223. 8-tf

Liberty Bonds.
This bank has received an another
other another shipment of LIBERTY
BONDS and-we will be glad for
those who subscribed to call
that the same may be delivered.
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NATIONAL BANK

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MARION COUNTY FARMERS
Do you need money to pay off a rnortae;
to purchase live live stocli; to fence or stump
land; to erect buildings or in other ways to
improve your farm? If the real estate secur security
ity security and the moral hazard are satisfactory,
the Fedejal Land Bank of Columbia will
jnake you a loan at 52 interest and for a
35 year term, with privilege of repayment
after five years.
Detailed information given by K
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Ocala National Farm Loan Association.
M. & C. Bank Building. Phone'481.

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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 raan's
economy. In a general way, waste in war time may be defined as the
buying of anything net 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. Ani. 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.
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Corn Flour
Corn Starch
Oat Meal

Oat FlaUcs
Nutrimeal (Peanut fJc2!)
Rice
Corn Mca!
Corn Grits
All in Bulk

';;N61. Substitutes
Rye Flour
Graliani Flour
50-50 Flour (Rye & Wheat)

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Plumes ;i6''&174

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Can -be Bought With Monthly Pay
j. ments of

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Room 5, Holder Block,
Ocala. Florida

UCALA SOCIAL AF FAl R S

If Y$u Have Any News for this De De-'
' De-' partment, Call Five Double-One
. or Two-Seven .',

of the Ocala 'high school, has just re returned
turned returned from Tallahassee; where she
attended school the past "term.

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(With Weihe Co., Jewelers)
OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN
Phone 25 -South
Side of Square
OCALA, FLORIDA

Parody on 3Todern Maid's Soliloquy"

(With Apology to Gilbert Riddell)

To have or not to have a husband;

that is the question.

"Whether 'tis happier in the long run

to suffer the slings and arrows
of the married sisters,

Or to take arms against the affront

from that direction, ".-

And by a simple vow to end it.
To wed to sleep no more in case he

snore ','--'.

Andby this ceremony to put an 'end

To self-supsaort and stigmas of "old

maid."

Tis a consummation devoutly to be

wished.

To wed to cook to sweep per

chance to wash Aye there's the
rub!

For in that Oeala flat, what maid may

. come. : v

When we have shuffled on thaf double

coil,

Must give us pause; there's the re

spect-

That makeifi us hug our celibacy close;

Uur .unwed ills seem less than these

of which we know no good.

Thus the gas ranee, wash boiler, un-

dried dishes, ;
leaps of fundarned socks perhaps
flirtatious

Notes from other married or unmar

ried women,
ound in the inner right-hand pocket.

Or else some other woman's snionv

speech, or smiles perchance
doth win him all 'these

Make cowads of us all.

And thus the maidt?n resolution to

die v ed
s weakened by the sight of others'
woes,.

And enterprising girlies of all ages
Pause at the very altar with the prize

Ana let tne poor man go.

Mills-Cooper
Willie Mills, popular member of

the firm of Mann & Mills, who is
serving his country at Camp Jackson,
returned last week to shake hands
with many friends and acquaintances

here, and greatly surprised them Sat

urday when' he drove to Orlando with

Miss Daisy Cooper, where they were
quietly maiTied. Mrs. Mills is the

bookkeeper of the Bank of Winter
Garden where her efficient service

his made a liost of friends among the

business people of Orange county.
Winter Garden item in the Tampa
Tribune. ,

Mr. Mills and his bride were in the

city- Tuesday. They came up from

Winter Garden to visit Mr. Mills'-rel

atives, and were met by his brother

Elbert, who tok them to his home at
Fairfield. Mr. Mills is well known in
Ocala he wasi a popular and efficient
clerk at Troxkr's for three years and

made, many friends. He will "return

to Camp Jackson when his leave is

up, and his pretty, and accomplished

bride wall return'- to her position in
the Winter Gaiden bank.

, Red Cross Work

The surgical dressings rooms will

be open every day except Saturday,

beginning Thursday, June 20th, at

8:3 0a. m. until 6 p. m., at postoffice

building and armory. All ladies who
have made th se irrigation pads.

please come and do this work.

Instructions in Making Dressings

There will be a class of instruction'

in surgical dressings organized by i
Miss Theo Wallis. Ladies wishing" to
join will please' l ee Miss Wallis foy
particulars,' at the armory any after afternoon
noon afternoon except Saturday. ;
Mrs. A; C, Geor re and Mrs. W. M.
Harris's of Morriston were visitors in
the city yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Dreher and Mr.
and Mrs. Rhodes )f Shiloh were in
Ocala yesterday, combining business
with plea sxtre.
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"Mrs. D. W. Tomp cins will leave to today
day today for a short visit toher sisters,
Mrs. O'Dell and Mrs. Turner in Mic-
anopy. .. .".
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Miss Katherine Pjles is enjoying a
most delightful visit in : Lakeland,
where she is the guest of Dr. and
Mrs. Getson.
Among Dunnellon'tf prominent"peo-

ple in the city yesterday we noted
Dr. and Mrs. James Baskin and son,
Mr. Alonzo Baskin. s

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Mrs. Mershon arrived yesterday
from a ten days visit in Daytona,
where she has been with Mr. and Mrs.
T. E. Bridges.
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Prof, 'and Mrs. W. S. Cassels have
as their; guest Mrs. Cassels' sister,
Mrs, Thomas Townsend and two chil children,
dren, children, Margaret and Thomas of Lake
Butler, who will remain for a week or
more.

- A Delightful Party
The home of Robert Blowers was
the scene of much merriment last
evening, when he was hostess to one
of the most pleasant of all parties, an
old fashioned watermelon cutting.
The evening passed all too quickly
in a manner dear to the hearts of all
young people, with games and laugh-

taking place at 10 o'clock. Those at attending
tending attending the party were Elizabeth
Bennett, Virginia Beckham, Ullaine
Barnett, Jewell Bridges, Lucile Gis Gis-sendaner,
sendaner, Gis-sendaner, Delia Livingston, Ruth
Simmons, Loureen Spencer, Rhoda
Thomas, Frank Rentz, John Cook,
Harry Holcomb, Sam Phillips, Fred
Winer, Walter Troxler, Walter Har Hardin
din Hardin and Robert Blowers.

At the Temple
The Pathe pictures shown at the
Temple twice a week become more in interesting
teresting interesting with each number. They are
shown in connection with other pic pictures,
tures, pictures, but they are alone worth more
than the entire price of the show. Last
night's number gave pictures taken
on the Somme battlefield during the
great drive that began March 21.
Others will follow, and everybody
should watch the schedule in the Star
and be sure to be at the, theater on
the evenings these most interesting
and instructive pictures are an announced.
nounced. announced.
In.MAmarilly of Clothesline Alley,"
yesterday afternoon and evening,
Mary Pickford piade one of her best
appearances, the picture being full of
human nature,. brought out most ef effectively.'
fectively.' effectively.' This evening Sessue Hayakawa, the
Japanese artist, will appear in Hashi Hashi-mura
mura Hashi-mura Togo, a character which brought
out a few;years ago displayed an en entirely
tirely entirely new brand of humorous sense
in a way that took hold of the Ameri American
can American fancy like a fpossum climbing a
persimmon tree.
And tomorrow afternoon and eve evening
ning evening that particularly witty and be bewitching
witching bewitching favorite, Billie Burke, will

appear in "Jove's Uaughter.

RMver i MscKay
UriSERTAKERS ?M E'lDALMERs
PHONES 47, 104. 305,
OCALA, FLORIDA

L; ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
. Careful Estimates made on all Con Con-t
t Con-t r a ct work. Giv es More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.

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Mrs. S. C. M. Thomas of Dunnellon
paid a short visit to her husband in
this city today. Mrs. Thomas is mak-

Ung preparations-to move and will

soon be making Ocala her permanent
home.
Miss Annie Esther Holly of Electra

is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Fort.
Miss Holly attended our high school
some years ago and her young friends

are glad to see her on her frequent

visits here. : ..

Mr. and Mrs. -Way Shockley and

daughters, Annie and Catharine, were
shopping in the city yesterday. Miss
Annie Shockley, a former graduate

Florida has the distinction of hav

ing the only woman chairman of food
conservation, Mrs. J. T. Fuller of Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, carrying off the honors. Mrs.

Fuller was recently appointed by Mr.
Braxton Beacham, federal food ad administrator,
ministrator, administrator, to take the place of Mrs.
William Hockef whose duties with the
Woman's Committee of the Council of
National Defense, have multiplied so
rapidly as to interfere with her work
with the food administration. Mrs.
Fuller visited in Miami about ; two

months ago, making a number of
conservation tatks at- that time, and it

is expected that she will shortly make
another campaign over the state.
Miami Metropolis. ;

Mrs.' W. V. Knott and daughter,

Miss Mary Frank and son, James of

St. Petersburg, are spending the

summer in Gainesville. Miss Mary
Frank, who graduated from, the State
College at Tallahassee, is taking a

special course in chemistry at the

normal school,, and is with Miss Wy

nona Wetherbee at the A. T.0. fra fraternity
ternity fraternity house. The two girls became
close friends while attending sum"-

mer school in Tallahassee and are de

lighted atv this reunion. y
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A pleasant party who have been

visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Troxler
for the past several days left today

by auto for Clearwater.' They includ

ed the following: Mrs. L. S. Wilson,

Mr. .Bascom Barber and wife. They

were also accompanied by little Miss
1 r m i ti r m.

inarx xroxxer mr. rsarDer, wno is
connected with the L. S.-Wilson Fer

tilizer Co., of Jacksonville, is mak

ing' his headquarters in Clearwater.

Mrs., Herbert Lattner is in the city,

the guest of Miss Frances Tarver. Mr.

and Mrs. Lattner were residents of

Ocala for a 'number of years, and

made many friends, who much regret

ted their removal to Jacksonville. Mr.

Lattner is- doing very well in the me

tropons, out ms ucala friends can't
help hoping he and his charming wife
may make their home in Ocala again

some day.

Vernon Weaver is enjoying his
summer vacation within the bounds cf
the state, going to Key West Satur Saturday
day Saturday and : around to Tampa by water

and then to St. Petersburg and later

to Ocala, where he is visiting his
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Winer. Before returning home he will

take a trip, to Jacksonville and come

down the east coast.- Miami Metrop

olis.

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Mrs. John Spencer and daughters,

Mamie Sue and Loureen, accompanied
by Miss Lois Dame, who is the guest
of her sister, Mrs. Walter Tucker,
went to the gulf Monday, where, they

will spend the week 'at the Spencer
cottage, enjoying the delights of such

an outing. Miss Louise Spencer re

mained at home, where she is the dil-j
igent little housekeeper for her father I
and grandfather. :
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Mrs. T. ML Moore was the hostess
at a spend the day party yesterday,
having as her guests, her sister,' Mrs.
E. A. Hickson and Mrs. W. C. Arnow
and K. E. Sessler. The party motored
over from Micanopy.
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Miss Rose Wolff is home from her
visit to Miss Merris Carroll, at St.
Petersburg.

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and Monday, June 20, 21, 22 and 24.
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Lot of Dress Goods and Skirting Materials, consisting of plain white
and fancy voiles in plaids, checks and "stripes, also plain white
flowered Flaxons and Gabardine Skirtings. These are values from 29
to 39c per yard.
Special Bargain Day Prices
- 24c yard
CR OH EXTRA SPECIAL A 1 T
tPO.UU War Savings Stamps, this month Pt.l
Thrift Stamps 25c each, Cards furnished FREE. For Sale Here.

uThe Fashion Center"

Ocala

Florida

The Huns Abroad and
The Pacifists at Homo

(Contributed by CASPAR WHIT WHITNEY,
NEY, WHITNEY, now at the front for the "N. Y.
Tribune," to the National Security
League's campaign of Patriotism
Through Education.)
Although Germany, while yet a
"friend," intrigued :agaUist our peace
and order, urged Japan and Mexico to
make war on us, and nvirdered our
men) women and children, there are
those among us professing loyalty and
intelligencer who practically say this Is

not bur war and appear unable to real realize
ize realize that the defeat of the boche is as
vital to us Americans as as the vic victory
tory victory of 1776. .
Then we declared for ind)endence ;
now' we fight to maintain it
4 It Is not merely that we fight In
answer to indignity and material in in-Jury
Jury in-Jury done us through attack on our
rights as a nation and 01 the lives
of our citizens not merely to uphold
our place among self-respecting peo peoples
ples peoples that we are at war; but. literally
for our self preservation a a republic.
To muzzle this war-mad wild beast
we have taken up arms-rthat the
world shall be safe for the freemen of
the world.
The world cannot rest in peace while
Germany holds the destiny" of other
peoples in her blood-drippiog hands.
The world cannot live in jeaoe with
a people that commits, or permits her
.sponsors to commit in her name,, the
foul acts i of treachery, of vandalism,
of bestiality, of murder, ... that have
marked the trail of the German army
over Europe. $ ''
One doctrine the other must pre prevail
vail prevail ; either the German brutal right of

might or the civilized might of right right-one
one right-one or the other must succumb in this
conflict to the death. And. should it
be the German doctrine nthen shall we
fall under the domination of a people
that have robbed and raped and looted
and burned ; and killed, that the
"kultur" of a military oligarchy shall
live. ; ; ;.,
Prusslanism is devoid of honor,
truth, Justice or mercy, as its., own acts
have proved, and Its defeat is a neces necessary
sary necessary first step for the peace of the
world and the freedom of civilization.

For the safety of American lrstltu-

tlons it. must. be destroyed; for the
safety of American freedom, yourn and

mine and of all of us.

We are in the midst of war, our war.

the war of every freeman, of every
man and woman who does not Indorse

cowardly murderous assault upon the
weak and innocent, brutal Injustice,

and atrocious acts ; and If we would
preserve the Stars and Stripes and all

they stand for we must fight the Huns
abroad and the pacifists at home with

all our strength.

GOOD EVENING! HOW AHE YOUR FEET?

Do your shoes seem too short,

no matter how long they are?

'Have you a hot, burning and
sometimes a cramping, rheu-
matic sensation in the ball of

the foot;

(Continued on Fourth Page)

;Do you sometimes have rheu rheumatic
matic rheumatic feeling in the ankle,
knee or small of the back?
Have you callouses on the
Jball of the foot?
These are all symptoms of
meta tarsalgia.

See the only graduate foot'specialist in thi3 part of Florida.

V

M M. Little

Ocala, Florida.

Graduate American School of Practipedics

Tire Troubles Vanish
When the tires are brought here for
treatment. Whether it be the smallest
puncture or a big cut or tear our
vulcanizing will make the tire all
right again and good as new. We
make useless tires useful. If you
have one that is out of commission
bring it here and have us put it back
into active service.
BLALOCK BROTHERS
VULCANIZING
PHONE 78 107 OKLAWAHA

BRIDGES BROTHERS
BROKERAGE COMPANY
PEAS, RAPE AND HEAVY FIELD SEED.

Brand New Stock.

Everything Fresh.

R. L. BRIDGES, Manager.
Knight 8c Lang Building Ocala, Florida.

A. U X O S .E M.' V 1 G
Passanacr and Baooage

43 a cm BY THE,
UNITED -STATES

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Phone ua your wants anything in
pure drugs or druggist's sundries.
Court Pharmacy, phone. 284. 15-11
Water wings and bathing caps at
the Court Pharmacy. 15-tf

Lonn and Short Hanlian Slorsge and Pecking

WHITE BT AH LIME

PHONE

Read the Star Want Ads. It pays



OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY,. JUNE 19. 1918

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The county judge has issued & mar marriage
riage marriage license to Mr. W. S. C. Ricard
and Miss Hilda Waldron.
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for Atlantic Beach, where he will at attend
tend attend the. meeting of the state den dentists'
tists' dentists' association.
Mr. J. E. Stevens of Crystal River,
who was in town last night, had just
heard from his brother John, formerly
with Company A, now in France.
John was well and full of pep.
The Star office crowd today feasted
on a magnificent 40-pound melon, a
present from G. W. Wilson, a success successful
ful successful colored farmer, who lives a few
miles southwest of town, in one of the
best melon sections of the county.
Nunnally's Candies fresh ; every
week at'Gerig's Drug Store, where
you can also set Thrift Stamps, tf
Mr. Fred Vogt has set us an auto
business in the building recently oci.
cupiedTjy the Ford garage on West
Broadway. Fred is a good auto me mechanic
chanic mechanic and people who give him work
can count on its being well done.
Mr. Bernard Koonce drove down
from Ocala Wednesday morning. He
has been regularly enrolled in the U;
S. navy and is waiting orders for de departure.
parture. departure. Just when or where he will
1 i A 1 A. O X.
te sem is nut kiiuwii yet. oumwjr
County Times.
Lieut. Norton P. Davis came in from
Camp Hancock Tuesday afternoon and
will be here until Saturday. He looks
mighty well with those gold bars on
his shoulder. Norton has worked hard
for his promotion and his friends are
proud of his success.
One 1917 Ford Touring Car in per-i-feet
condition, for sale at the Max Maxwell
well Maxwell Agency. 15-3t
Among the young men who will
leave us for the training camp June
26 will be J. G. Parrish, proprietor of
the Anti-Monopoly drugstore. Mr.
Parrish leaves a good business, built
up by years of skill and industry, in
order to serve his country.
, t .iiii .mi i r it rn.iii.ni i i i a
Walter Perkins, one, of our clever
boys from across the river, but in
Ocala most of the time the last 1ialf
a dozen years, is one of the young
selects who are going to Camp Jack Jackson
son Jackson on the 2Cth. Walter says he will
do his best to get a shot at the kaiser.
The fine brick building erected by
Mr. Raiford Simmons on the correr of
South Second and Main ; streets, to
serve as a garage for Mr. Edward
Tucker, is a great improvement. It is
most solidly and conveniently con
structed and the boys who look after
the cars say it is a pleasure to work
in it. Ed. keeps the Fords rolling.
Phone 108 and have the Main Street
Market send you a nice cold water
melon off the ice. tf '.
' Mr. Tom Mathews, who in1 in the
timber business at Reddick, has been
confined to his room in the Barring
ton hotel with a lame knee Jfor the
past two weeks.- Mr. -Mathews will
have one of his men' take him to the
logging works every day or two to
superintend things, but he is working
under difficulties.. ,"'
Irt many parts of the county, thei
colored people have formed Red Cross
societies and are industriously 'helping;
in this great work of mercy. One of
the most efficient of these societies
was formed a short time ago ;imong
the colored people southwest of town,
on the Martel road and in the vicinity
of Wacula schoolhouse, G. W. Wilson
was elected president of this t ranch
and "J L. Wilson secretary!' These are
twenty members in this branctf; and
the number is Increasing. They hold
their : meetings at "President Wil Wilson's"
son's" Wilson's" house, and don't intend to i dis disband
band disband until the war is over. !-
- Messrs. John Needham and H.arley
Marsh arrived from Macon last night.
Mr, Needham has been running sij cou couple
ple couple of autoes in Macon ever since last
fall and has done remarkably welt-He
is one of the selects who' entrant ;for
Camp Jackson next- Wednesday, wnd
comes home to settle his business af affairs
fairs affairs and tell his relatives and frwiids
goodbye. John is one : of "the 4r4ist
competent young autoists in the coi n n-try
try n-try and will probably be assigned to
the motor branch. !? He .will leave l is
business at Macori in care of HarJ .ey
Marsh. John and Harley load a ha rd
drive over bad roads from Macon, a: id
were pretty well tired out; when tlhusy
reached Ocala late last evening. Tirisd
as Johnny was,, he stopped at the Stir
office at midnight to say howdy to tine
old man, who has ridden many mil s
in his cars and always felt safe, no
matter how rough the road.
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: Economy and Waste.
"Economy is the parent of Integrity,,
, of Liberty acd of Ease? and the bean
teous sister Temperance, of Cheerful Cheerfulness
ness Cheerfulness and Health; and Prof nseness is
a cruel and crafty demon that gradti
ally involves her followers 'in depend dependence
ence dependence and debts; that Is, fetters them
with "Irons that enter into their souls.
Hawkesworth,
One ,1917 Ford Touring Car in per-,
feet condition, for sale at the Max-i
well Agency. 15-3t :.:!

AUNT ELMIE

By MILDRED WHITE.
(Copyright, lils. Western Newspaper Uaioa.j
Mrs. Pascal T. Perkins eat looking
from the telegram in her hand to the
two waiting faces of her daughters.
"What is It, mother? Gwendoline
Inquired ; this hestitation upon her
parent's part bored her. ;
If you have anything of Importance
to tell us, mother," the second daugh daughter
ter daughter suggested, "why not do so?"
Thus encouraged, Mrs. Perkins let
forth her grievance. "Anything to tell
you I" she burst out, "I should think I
have. 'And there Is no way to fore forestall
stall forestall the embarrassment of the situa situation.
tion. situation. Your Aunt Elma Elinie, they
used to pronounce it la the country country-wires
wires country-wires that she Is coming to visit us
and will be here on the evening train,
so she Is on her way now, and no pre preventing
venting preventing message could read her. Com Coming,
ing, Coming, too, Just at the time when we are
desirous of making a favorable Im Impression
pression Impression upon Reld Whitehall. I am
sure his attentions to you have been
pronounced of late, Gwendoline, and
he Is so particular concerning family
lineage. What will his elegant sister
think of our backwoods relation? For
your father's people never could be
kept In the background as I have
heard, and this girl v :
"Just what do you know about her
mother,' Gwendoline j interrupted.
"Well, very little. There' was trou trouble
ble trouble between your father and me con concerning
cerning concerning his sister at the start. You
know, Katharine, wha't a stubborn man
your father Is. lie has never allowed
me to mention her .name since, observ observing
ing observing a grim silence when I seek infor information.
mation. information. Of course I did make fun of
the country v girl when I first married.
We went to the little old backwoods
house soon after, and all one seemed
to hear was, Elmie Perkinses folks,'
meaning your father and me. 'Elmie'
was an entirely new species to', a Chi Chicago
cago Chicago society girl, and her pink cam cambric
bric cambric sunbonnet and ruddy cheeks,
amused me immensely. Your father
left home early in life for the city,
so his rusticity had worn off in success,
but now- well, to draw the natural
conclusion, Aunt Elmie Perkins will be
a decidedly country product of the
narrow-minded old maid.
Gwendoline frowned L in annoyance
while Katharine rose to her feet. "Per "Perhaps,
haps, "Perhaps, she said, "we might arrange the
rear bedroom as a sort, of comfortable
sitting room, and persuade our Intru Intrusive
sive Intrusive aunt to remain there. At least,
that's the only solution I can think of
and I will attend to It now."
Slowly Gwendoline followed her
more practical sister. "It really Is
unfortunate, she said;, she laughed
shortly, "Mother has had such a des desperate
perate desperate time catering to Reld -Whitehall's
artistic nature. I suppose the
discovery of common clay among my
antecedents, would give the fastidious
one a jolt."
Katharine turned and stared at her
sister. "You can joke that way about
the man you love?" she murmured.
Gwendoline smiled back from the
doorway. "The proper man, whom I
am trying to train myself to Ieve," she
corrected. ';, :;r :': ; ; -;
, "What shall I ; do j about l, meeting
her?' Mrs. Perkins complained. "Your
father will be out of town over night,
' and I'm sure I shall not go out. We
could send the auto, but to have her
arriving with her strange boxes when
Mr. Whitehall is here" Mr. White Whitehall
hall Whitehall himself coming In, Interrupted the
problem.
He was a distinguished-appearing
man, of perhaps middle age,' and thjp
success of his unusual paintings wa3
maktag him a society favorite.
: : Closely following the artist's wel welcome
come welcome came the telephone's calL
"It's Aunt Elma," the mother whls whls-ered,
ered, whls-ered, "she Is coming up directly. She
rang off before I could direct her to a
street car..
1 will meet her In the hall," Kath
arine said, and disappeared, closing
the portieres after her. Moving to the
piano, Gwendoline played softly, whle
the handsome face of the man bent
above her. "' fl
In the shadows the gratified mother
watched, and smiled. Then at sound
of an entrance and low-voiced con conversation
versation conversation her smile vanished. Kath Katharine
arine Katharine was clicking back the portieres
and leading Into the room. their unin uninvited
vited uninvited guest. With a sort of breathless
triumph she turned to them alL i
- "My ; aunt; Miss Perkins," she t, an announced,
nounced, announced, For a moment the visitor
waited in gracious silence. From .the
dark violet of her modish costume her
face shone young5 with its fresh color.
"I am so glad to see you aU she
said, and her voice drew them with Its
sweet quality. But it was Reid White Whitehall
hall Whitehall who advanced to claim her hand,
then still holding the hand, looked to toward
ward toward the others.
"Elma may not forgive me," he said,
"for so soonV making confession. Bui
t have been silent" long enough.
Your sister is my promised wife, Mrs.
Perkins, and she comes here tonight
so that the marriage ceremony may
be performed tomorrow at my sister's.
This Is the ending of a romance which
began long years ago, when I, an art
student, sought summer board at her
home. Since then, this willful woman
has been making, a career for herself,
studying abroad and coming back to
paint pictures rivaling my own. At ;
last the career is surrendered. It was I
at Elma's suggestion that I presumed
to make myself acquainted with you
alL, Will you not wish us happiness?"
Then with a-smile Gwendoline, led
the way.
Ti7ir ."- f.-.rv,.

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(Continued from Third Page)
Stag Party for Hayward Bridges
Mrs. E. L. Bridges honored her son,
Hayward, with a stag party last eve evening
ning evening and spared no pains to make the
event a memorable one. The evening
was from beginning to end thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly enjoyable, and replete with fun and
happiness. Mrs. Bridges served the
boys a delicious supper. Those invit invited
ed invited to be her son's guests on this oc occasion
casion occasion were Mr. ,T. E. Bridges and
son, Leroy Bridges, Thelbert Troxler,
Foy Carroll, Tom Wallis and Norman
Home. ' .. ,.
'The Girl, of the U. S. A."
In addition to the regular picture,
"Hashimura Togo," at the Temple
this evening, an extra reel, "The Girl
of the U. S. A.," will be shown. It
is a patriotic subject and will repay
all who go to see it.
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Miss Annie Pope Eagleton left last
Saturday for Tallahassee, where she
will attend the summer school 1 for
teachers. .' ;
Mrs. E. L. Bridges spent the past
week end at Daytona Beach, where
she was the guest of Mrs. T. E.
Bridges. .':.
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Miss Dorothy Carruth, who has
been the attractive guest of Misses
Ava Lee and Marguerite Edwards,
will leave for her home in Tampa to
morrow.
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Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Waterman and
little daughter, Valeta returned home
today from a visit to Mrs. Water
an s parents, Mr., and Mrs. B. J.
Potter in Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Read and Mrs
Alice Reed of Weirsdale, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mrs. May Mathews of Haw
thorn, are in the city today the
guests of Mrs. Read's sister, Mrs. W.
L. Colbert.
Mrs. Richard Dodge and dainty lit
tie daughter of Clearwater are the
guests of Mrs. Dodge's mother, Mrs.
W. V. Newsom. Rev. Dodge will join
his f amily here in about a fortnight
on his return from a business trip to
New York.
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, who has been
ill for a week,, is now improving,
which will be pleasant hews to her
many friends. Her daughter, Mrs.
Karl Weihe, has been with her dur during
ing during her illness.. v
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rentz, Mrs.
Homer Oliver and Miss Estelle Marks
of Apalachicola, and Miss Idella Hol-
loway and Mrs. Blanton motored ; to
Albany, Ga., Sunday. Tallahassee
notes in Times-Union.
Mrs. C. R. Tydings has just receiv received
ed received a most interesting letter from Mr.
Wayne TenEyck, who arrived c in
France over a month ago. Wayne is
about 30 miles behind the trenches,
and likes the' country very much and
described it as fceing very beautiful.
He had a good trip over and ia in ex excellent
cellent excellent health. :
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Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Tucker are the
justly proud possessors fof a ,. hand
some Empire car, which is the only
one in town and which they purchas purchased
ed purchased last week in Gainesville. Mrs
Tucker s an exceedingly apt pupil in
car driving: as she drove her new one
on' the first trial, and gives her word
of honor that she will prove to us how
nicely she can do it in a most pleas
ant and material way mS the very
near future." v ; .
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Mr. Harley March, who returned
from Macon last night,- tried to keep
it a secret,, but it leaked out on him,
arid finally he had to blushingly admit
he had taken unto himself a wife. His
brid6 was a Miss Cora Justiss, a pret
ty young lady of Marianna, Fla. Mrs.
Marsh is 'at present at the home of
her parents in Marianna, but will join
Mrl Marsh when he returns to Ma Macon,
con, Macon, in a few days. Harleys many
friends in Ocala wish long life and
prosperity for him and his bride.
BLITCHTON
Blitchton, June 19. Mrs. W. P.
Hammomv Mrs. S.k H.1 Blitch, Miss
Rqwena Hammons and Miss Elsie
Coulter spent Wednesday 'at Irvine,
guests of Drj and Mrs. J. L. Davis
and Miss Mamie Fant.
; : Mr. Loonis Blitch is convalescing
from his injury of last Friday.- v
Mrs. L. F. Hendrix and Miss Mabel
Hendrix of Pleasant Hill spent Fri Friday
day Friday with Mrs. B. C. Blitch.
Dr. Blitch spent Saturday at Rai Raiford.
ford. Raiford. :.!. ".....: ."'!- ;."-
Miss Opai! Blitch visited Miss An
nie Pope Eagleton in Ocala for the
week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McKay were
shopping, in Ocala Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Fant are visit visiting
ing visiting Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis at Irvine.
" Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Fant and son,
Davis spent Monday at Irvine. Y
IMr. O. S. Sanders is harvesting his
foddsr crop this week. T
Mrs. R- Campbell is visiting at
Green Cove Springs. ', ...
Watermelons on ice. The Main
Street Market. Phone 108. tf
Buy Thrift Stamps of us and keep
! your skin nice and soft with Eexall
Skin Soap. Gerig's Drug Store, tf

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOB RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES: Six line aailmura, one
time 25c; three times 50c; six times
75c; one month $3. payable in advjice.
FOR RENT Four connected umfur umfur-nished
nished umfur-nished rooms, for light housekeeping.
Electric lights and city water. Apply
"Z," care Star office. ; 6-19-6t
LOST Stick pin, attached to neck necktie;
tie; necktie; pin made of English pound geld
piece. Lost between hospital and Fort
King avenue. Suitable reward for re return
turn return to C. F. Lawrence, 20 Fort King
avenue. 16-3t
WANTED 60 Hp. boiler, 40 Hp. en engine,
gine, engine, 15 to 25 Hp. kerosene-burning
engine. Must be in good condition.
Nathan Mayo, Summerfield, Fla. 13-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
FOR SALE Ten acres with house
and barn, with well and running wa water;
ter; water; on Orange "avenue, one mile out.
Cleared. Will exchange for city resi residence.
dence. residence. Jay Stanhope Heisler, Orange
avenue, Ocala, Fla.. 10-6t
iW..K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. w . tf
; .Mostly Nude. ;
, Most of the Indians in the Amazon
.valley go about in a completely nude
state, except on ceremonial occasions,
when they bedeck themselves with or ornamental
namental ornamental feather-work, such as a kind
pf kilt, necklet, bracelets, head-dress
and even large mantles made of feath feathers
ers feathers held together by fiber cords. They
find an abundance of raw material In
the multitude of many-colored, bright bright-lined
lined bright-lined parrots and other birds that
swarm in those forests and which, not
to Injure the feathers, 'they shoot with
blunt arrows or with small darts from
a long blowpipe. The women are very
.skilled in weaving this feather-apparel,
and in the museums of Para,
Illo de Janeiro and Sao Paulo can be
seen elaborate mantles, head-dresses
and kilts of beautiful designs and coV
ors. When a maiden has. fixed her af affections
fections affections on a warrior and wishes him
to make her his wife she weaves one
of these ornamental garments and
offers It to him as a hint of her desire
and at the same time a proof 'of her
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. Lady hurrying across the broad con concourse
course concourse at a great railroad, station,
making for the train gate and evident evidently,
ly, evidently, afraid of missing the train, with a
long wait if she didn't get Itw But at
the gate she meets a colored 4 porter, a
man of tranquil mind and pleasant
voice, who says to her, quite evenly :
"You needn't hurry ; you've got two
minutes yet."
Now, two minutes is not a century
in fact the margin was still narrow ;
but the lady knew that the porter
knew the time exactly and what he
said and the way he said It relieved
the tension. She surrendered her bag
to him and gave the tip to him very
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