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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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IttE OGALA EVENING TAli
i L ViJvWr.lnV V .LaA a n Villi ..u -U

rather Foiecast: Generally fair
ht and Wednesday.
0GAL, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1918.
VOL 25, NO. 158
i m f
BRITISH REPULSED
THE DOCHES
lit LAST VEAnS
CDTTUII WILL BE
A SUMPER CROP
AFTER THE WAR

DRlLUAtlT SUCCESS
FOR OUR DOVS

almost a mm
DOLLARS AFIEO'2

AO A T

;1 Sims of the American Navy
iys Danger of Submarine

v Success is at an End
(ew York Times)
- "&n, tJune. 29. Vice Admiral
da gave out a statement on
imagine situation. In reply to
ik -astd the significance of
orations of the German subma subma-n
n subma-n the Atlantic coast the ad-
waa very positive in stating
ley had no bearing whatever
he. final success of the enemy
pine campaign or the outcome
i-war.
pointed out the extent of the
;an coast and its distance from
ibmarine bases, and clearly
pirated that in view of the
x' of submarines which the en en-tually
tually en-tually possessed, and the trade
f or all the shipping, essential
Jed victory. It was absolutely
nble for the enemy to have any
a of succeeding except by con con-pSmg
pSmg con-pSmg his elf ort in the European
xones.
he fact that the enemy has sent
brines so far afield as the Am Am-11
11 Am-11 coast," said the 'admiral, "is a
ission of weakness because jt is
piation of the fundamental mili-
principle of concentration of ef ef-I
I ef-I which alone can be successful in
nplisfyng the object desired.
Jherbiivill be losses on our cc ast,
Jthej wllPbf course be regrettable,
I the? public at home should keep
r ej'fis upon the success of the war
I v hole. I can assure them that
submarine 1 operations on our
t will not affect the outcome of
war, but, on the contrary, strange
VAayseem to. those not familiar
i the subject, such operations are
al -advantage to the Allies.
IVith the small number of torpe torpe-i
i torpe-i and quantity pf ammunition that
jibjnarine can carry, and in view of
l relatively small number of, sub-
afican coast are very unprofitable.
uyciauvw uu vm vvaaii win
profitable taj the enemy only so far
they excite public opinion, and in
way, directly or indirectly, affect
disposition of our forces."
Allied Sea Power Triumphant
, iscussing the general naval situ situ-ny
ny situ-ny the admiral said:
, The world is witnessing today the
t impressive manifestation of sea
er that history has ever recorded.
Y enemy has not a single surface
sel on any of the trade routes. The
en Seas are free to allied com com-rce.
rce. com-rce. : :-, :U 'hk x-A :-w
jear ago allied tonnage was de de-'
' de-' Ysing,- and the number of subma subma-3S
3S subma-3S was increasing and the Central
.Vers were winning the war. by
idly cutting the lines of communi communi-jori
jori communi-jori of the allied countries and
it armies.
; 'These conditions are now revers revers-.
. revers-. Tonnage is rapidly increasing, and
t l :
, t ouumarmea are aecreasxng in
tiber and in efficiency. jThe subma subma-'
' subma-' p campaign is, therefore, doomed
V ailure.
is change has' been brought
t by the sea power of the Allies. 1
,1 Ji practically no losses, many mil-
3 of soldiers have 'crossed- the
lish channel, and hundreds of
zsands have crossed the ocean
a the allied colonies : and from
4rjca. This was rendered possi possi-Ipnly
Ipnly possi-Ipnly because of the thousands of
?d destroyers, trawlers, mine
'epers, drifters, sloops, submarines
t even small motor launches, em em-Jed
Jed em-Jed in convoying faroop ships and
ply" ships and in harassing and
troying enemy submarines. ';
These small, vessels are. able con con-'ously
'ously con-'ously to perform this great serv serv-lonly
lonly serv-lonly because the German fleet : is
- 5w to remain within the shelter
lfj,i fortified harbors and minefields.
i tHe enemv ernispra- frpp. fn
the sea they could quickly de-
rojt or drive into port our escorting
J patrolling craft, thus leaving our
.i-yhant shipping entirely defense-
1
tltf is( the silent and ; irresistible
er of the nllind bsttlp AapIs that.
I'znts this, that imposes upon the
-iy fleet the humiliation of lm lm-pce.
pce. lm-pce. None of his. surface vessels
do jaore than attempt a sudden
t and scurry back to port before
intercepted by. superior forces.
Jljf, the submarine can hope to es-
i unobserved and prey upon com-
?he .civilized world could not pos pos-X
X pos-X believe that cargo, passenger
fhospital ships would be sunk
ut warning and their crews and
-sngers left to their fate. Con Con-fintly
fintly Con-fintly the Allies had not taken the
?ecessary measures to resist such
j of piracy. To organize these
(Concluded on Fourth Page)

Village of Vaux with Many Prisoner
the Fruit of Their Smash Smashing
ing Smashing Victory

(Associated Prsa)
With the American Forces on the
Mame Front, France, July 2. In a
brilliant operation, after hard fight fighting,
ing, fighting, the Americans on this front last
night captured the village of Vaux,
together with a large slice of the
Paris highway west of the Chateau
Thierry, and two patches of wooded
land. The American troops took 275
prisoners, including five officers and
a quantity of machine guns and
other equipment. '
FRENCH SHARED THE FIGHTING
Paris, July 2. The village of
Vaux, west of Chateau Thierry and
the height west of Vaux, were cap captured
tured captured last night by American troops
in conjunction with the French, the
war office announces.' More than 300
prisoners, including five officers, were
taken during the engagement.
AMERICAN LOSSES
Washington, July 2. The army
casualty list made public today con contains
tains contains 81 names. Killed in action, 8;
died of wounds, 10; died of disease, 1;
wounded severely, 48; wounded, 4;
missing in action, 10.
Private Reuben Harrelson of Mc-
Rae, Ga., died of wounds; Corporal
Freeman Blackwell, of Auburn, Ga.,
and Private Amos Hardin of Dalton,
Ga., were wounded severely.
MARINE LIST
Washington, July 2. The marine
corps casualty list reported today,
contains only three names, all missing
in action. They include Private Boy Boy-kin
kin Boy-kin W. Craft of Elberton, Ga.
, ANOTHER MARINE LIST
Washington, July 2. A second
marine corps casualty list today re-
two died of wounds, and one, wounded
severely.
ALL QUIET YESTERDAY
Washington, .July 2 Another quiet
day along the American fronts is re reported
ported reported by Gen. Pershing in his com
munique for yesterday. This was sent
before the 'successful operations last
night before Chateau Thierry.
FIRST AMERICAN ARMY
Secretary Baker disclosed today
that the first army corps under Major
General Hunter Liggitt had probably
been completed but that he had no in
formation on the subject.
The corps organization plans calls
for infantry, artillery and other ad additional
ditional additional troops, the total strength of
a corps of which would be nearly
200.000 menS Undoubtedly General
Liggitt has all the elements neces necessary
sary necessary for a corps in his forces at
present.' s
CITRA CONTRIBUTIONS
In the Second Red Cross War Fund
Campaign
$50 each : Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wart-
mann, Dupree & Ausley, Mrs. W- E.
Tonner. v
$25 : Mrs. Calvin Choate Mrs. J. B.
Borland, Mrs. B. A. Wartmann.
$20: K. K. Wartmann, w. J. Cros
by, J. C. Greiner. -.
; $15: Miss Georgia Valentine.
$10: A. C. White, C. W. Driver, R.
S. Shortridge, Marion Timber Co by
J. W. Melton, J. W. Hagins, J. ; S.
Wyckoff, S. Ramey, M. J: Timmons,
D. Barcus. : : ' ; :
$5: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Payne, Miss
Lyda Morgan, Miss Ethel Borland, C.
A. Sommers, A. J. Douglass, Miss M.
E. Ervin, Mrs. M. E. Fulwood, C. E.
Weeks, J. R. Williams, Mrs. Emily L.
Johnson, A. J. Ellis, Mrs. N. K. Mid Mid-dlethon,
dlethon, Mid-dlethon, Paul H. Brinson, Thomas
Williams, D. T. Sherouse, J. F. Rick Rick-etson.
etson. Rick-etson. -r
$Z : ,C. E. Knight, Mrs. Elizabeth
Harrison, D. Hall, 5 D. F. Simmons,
Mrs. W. H. Harrison, W. M. Franz ott.
$2.50: H. B. Franzott, Mrs. A. J.
Douglass, Miss Jennie Greiner.
$2: Miss Fannie Kells, Mrs. J. S.
Wyckoff, H. R. Oemmons, F. K.
Demetre, L. B. Collins, F. D. Tomp
kins, L. P. Martin, J. M. Lewis, Miss
Nellie Vause, N. Clemmons.
$1: Mrs. W. A. Redditt, J. M. Lewis,
John Getsee, W. A, Redditt, Mrs. L.
H. Shortridge, Joe Getsee, J. D. Hob Hob-kirk,
kirk, Hob-kirk, Bruce Burleson, Joe Morrow,
William Williams, E. D. Boyer, J. W.
Melton, additional, Henry Boyt, T. R
Burleson, W. B. Hoyt, M. R. Rice.
J. R. Dey, 75c,; George Redditt,
50c; A. E. Martin," 50c; Z. Gran-
thum, 25c; employees at Alphano
Humus r Co., $63; colored people,
$105. Ethel Borland,
Chmn; 2nd Red Cross War Fund
Drive for Citra District.

Attempts to Recover Former Posi Posi-tions
tions Posi-tions Resulted in Heavy
Loss to the Enemy

(Associated Press)
London July 2 The Germans last
night after a strong bombardment,
attacked to the northwest of Albert,
north of the Somme, in an attempt to
regain the position taken by the Brit British
ish British Sunday night. The enemy gained
a footing in one British trench, but
were repulsed elsewhere, the war of office
fice office announces. Attempted ; enemy
raids near Lens on the Flanders
front were repulsed. The British took
some prisoners.
GLADOEII GONE
Eminent Divine id Now Nestling in
the Bosom of Abraham
(Associated Press)
Columbus Ohio, July 2. Rev. Dr.
Washington Gladden, who is nation nationally
ally nationally known as a Congregational min minister
ister minister and author, died this morning
as the result of a stroke of paralysis.
Dr. Gladden was 82 years of, age. ;
SCHOOL FOR SAILORS
Opportunity for Young Seafaring
- Men to Obtain Instruction
(Special to the Star)
Tampa, July 2.--"I am looking to
the smaller towns along the coast,
and to the interior. cities, to form the
next class in the school of .naviga .navigation,"
tion," .navigation," said D. L. Brown, instructor
here for the U. S. Shipping Board.
"Tampa has supplied almost all that
can be expected, in the seafaring men
it has enrolled in the three terms to
date."
The fourth term of the school will
open July 15. Information can he
procured from Mr. Brown, at P. O.
Box 407, Tampa, Fla., as to qualifi qualifications,
cations, qualifications, which are briefly,' two years
experience at sea. During the past
ten days an equals number of grad graduates
uates graduates of the school have gone north
to go aboard ships, in coastwise and
trans-Atlantic service,'. ; as mates.
Others hold licenses and will take
berths as high as masters, ocean
going. ;Y-w-,.- .'.,;:;
The Tampa school, which offers a
six weeks course free of charge, ful fully
ly fully preparing the mariner to hold a
position as mate aboard merchant
vessels at salaries in excess' of $150
a month, with bonuses for trans trans-Atlantic
Atlantic trans-Atlantic voyages besides, is now the
only one between New Orleans and
Norfolk. ; Men from all parts of the
state, young or old, who have gone
to sea for two years or nearly that
much can enroll.
"The classes will be at night, as
formerly," Mr. Brown added. "And
I can safely assure all interested that
they can get work during the day
time. The shipyards here have given
students work during the term with without
out without gailing me once, and I know 'they
will want labor during July and Au August
gust August as well."
..r

Imidl ISecffl Cipcipss.

Wsiip Fimimdl
Please fill out and forward this cou cou-pon
pon cou-pon with July 1st installment to Mr.
C. S. Cullen, War Fund Chairman.

red cn
NAME "II 1"
i
ADDRESS
AMOUNT ENC1
Make Check I

Huns of Today Will All be Dead Ere
1 Their Children Have Fully Gath Gathered
ered Gathered the Harvest of Hate

(Associated Press)
Liverpool, July 2. At a general
meeting of the members of the Liv Liverpool
erpool Liverpool cotton exchange today, it was
unanimously resolved: "That no
member shall trade iwith tfce present
enemies of Great Britain for a period
of ten years after the war."
ROUSE IS IN
A HURRY
Took Government Control Away from
' Jawfest and Experts Action
Tomorrow
(Associated Press)
Washington, July 2. While cab cabinet
inet cabinet officers were before the House
commerce committee, advocating gov government
ernment government control of telegraph and tel telephone
ephone telephone systems, the House, tood jur jurisdiction
isdiction jurisdiction over the measure from that
committee and vested it in the House
military committee, which is expected
to report favorably on the Aswell
resolution.
MARION COUNTY BOYS
AT CAMP JACKSON
156 Depot Brigade, Co. 46, r
(- Camp Jackson, S. C.v
Editor Star: We arrived in camp
all O. K. Thursday morning, and are
getting along fine. The boys are
homesick, but I think they will soon
get over that, as we have some hard
drilling for next week. Please send
me the Weekly Star to, the above ad address.
dress. address. Best regards to all.
C y Edward O. Marshall.
MEETING OF THE VETERANS
Marion' Camp No. 56, U. C. V., met
July 2nd, 1918. i The commander be being
ing being absent, Dr. Christian was re requested
quested requested to take the chair.
Prayer by Chaplain. Folks.
The following comrades answered
to roll call: Alfred Ayer, M. T. W.
Christian, K. A. Carlton, M. P. Frink,
W. J. Folks, L. M. Graham, A. Mc Mcintosh,
intosh, Mcintosh, B. H. Norrjs, J. F. Barron, J.
H. Badger. ; -1., .;
Minutes of last meeting read and
adopted. v: y.y
All comrades are urgently request
ed to meet with this camp at our next
meeting as delegates will then be
sent to Tulsa, Okla. ; v
Comrades F. E. Harris and R.- A.
Carlton were appointed a committee
to write memorials of our late Com Comrades
rades Comrades J. S. WeathersV and J. A. Pitt Pitt-man.
man. Pitt-man. Alfred Ayer, Adjt.
Norris Candies fresh' every week at
the Court Pharmacy. Phone us and
let us send it up. ( 15-tf
Nunnally's Candies fresh every
week at Gerigs Drug Store, where
you can also get Thrift Stamps, tf

EDGE MSTALLF.1ENT

Second RedCross War Fund"

Going to Have Over Fifteen Million
Bales; Third : Largest
Ever Grown

(Associated Press)
... Washington July 2 A huge cot cotton
ton cotton crop is in prospect this year, ac according
cording according to the department of agricul agriculture,
ture, agriculture, today forecasting productions at
15,325,000 bales. A crop that .;' size
would be the third largest crop ever
grown. The condition of the crop
June 25 was ; 85.8 per cent normal,
six per cent higher than the ten ten-year
year ten-year average. ;
The acreage this year comes close
to a record. The figures by states
show: Florida with an acreage of
167,000, condition, 79; South Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, acreage 2,995,000," condition ,83;
Georgia 5,442,000, condition 80.
r.'y. c.a.
Atlanta Leads in the Mext Big Drive
for that Beneficial Or Or-1
1 Or-1 ganization
(Associated Press)
Atlanta, July 2.-More than five
hundred business men of the south southeastern
eastern southeastern states met here today to com complete
plete complete an organization for the coming
drive for $112,000,000 by the war
work council of the Y. M. C. A. : The
drive will start .in the fall, and the
southeastern department's quota is
$4,000,000.
MRS. MARIE VARNEY
Mrs. Mecca Marie Varney, who is
at Winter Park atending conference
in session there, is expected in Ocala
tomorrow. She will attend the Cobt Cobt-er
er Cobt-er Pond picnic on the fourth and will
speak at the eMthodist church in the
evening, v. :,",V; ... '':.-'-.;..
PICNIC NOT POSTPONED
Cooter Pond,bn the Fourth. Prepared
to Entertain a Big Crowd y v
Editor v Star: I understand that
some kind unauthorized friend start started
ed started a report at Silver Springs last
Sunday afternoon,' that the Cooter
Pond picnic had been postponed, and
that that report is now in circulation
in and around Ocala. Please give no no-tive'
tive' no-tive' in your daily in a prominent
place, that this report is untrue, and
that those ; who come will find a "sho
nuff" picnic at Cooter Pond on the
fourth of next July.
Respectfully yours,
- W. O. Brewer.
TEMPLE PROGRAM
' FOR THE WEEK
Today: "The Sirens of the Sea.w A
Jewel Productions; picture, featuring
Louise Lovely, Carmel Myers and
Jack Mulhall. :Also, Pathe News. ;
Wednesday: Enid Bennett in "A
Desert Wooing.' :
Thursday: "Hit the Trail HoIIiday."
An Artcraf t picture- by George M.
Cohan. Mutt and Jeff.
Friday: The 1 Pathe News. Julian
Eltmge, the impersonator in The
Widow's Might."
'A
VY WANTS COLORED MEN
To Colored Men: The navy wante
colored men between the ages i of 18
and 4 5years, for mess attendants,
cooks and stewards. Now is the time
for all colored men that want to serve
their country and see the world and
save money and help themselves and
their families, and to win honors in
this great war. The government looks
out for your families as well as you.
Your pay runs from $38 to f83 per
month and you get your medical
treatment, boards ?.nd clothes free.
You arelcared for-better in the navy
than you could care for yourself at
home. Now is your chance; do not
let it pass. You do not have to ask
me anything about this job; ask some
of your colored friends who are now
home on furlough, and they can tell
you more about what you are missing
than I can. Just ask one what he gets
to eat and how he is treated, and sea
what hewill tell you. I want to see
a large number of colored men an answer
swer answer this call for Uncle Sam. You
are needed now and the sooner you
get in the better job you will get. See
me at.my office any day.
- E. M. Kilgore,
In Charge Navy Recruiting Station.
Postoffice Building, Ocala, Fla.
PORCH SWINGS
We have the finest porch swings in
towrf. See them. Welch-Todd Lumber
Co., two blocks north of &3 union de depot.
pot. depot. Phone 223. 0-tf

A

Will the Deficit of Larger Call;
roads During Five Months
" of the War

"(Assoclatftd Press)
Washington, July 2. A reduction
of more than $108,000,000 in the ope operating
rating operating income of 123 of the largest
railroads during the first five months
under government control, compared
with the same period a year ago, was
announced today. Southern alone, ex exceeded
ceeded exceeded their operating incomes for
the previous year.
ANXIOUS TO HUESY IT UP
Secretaries Baker and Daniels and
Postmaster General Burleson appear appeared
ed appeared before the House commerce "com "committee
mittee "committee today in support of the bill ap approved
proved approved by the president, authorizia
government control of the telerih
and telephone systems..
PATRIOTIC NIGHTS OF PYTIIIA3
The Knights of Pythias held a pat patriotic
riotic patriotic celebration Monday evenia,
which took the place of the fourth of
July celebration, this meeting bein
the nearest to the fourth. The meet-,
ing was presided over by Mr. Jake
Brown, and newly elected oflcers
were installed.
; Mr. Charlie Howell was the first
speaker and made a good talk on
"Pythianism and Patriotism.' There
were short talks by all the men, so&ae
only expressing their J thoujhts la
two or three sentences, but all em emphasizing
phasizing emphasizing the great need of patriot
ism. SiV."'; '. ; ; ., x ; :
Rev. John I R. Herndon's address on
this subject was a strong and beauti beautiful
ful beautiful one and y splendidly received by
those present. -He spoke of the crest
results already accomplished by en encouraging
couraging encouraging every man to be a patriot,
and 'of the more wonderful results
yet to come, for nothing short of vic victory
tory victory would satisfy. 1 the ; people. He
saw tne present war was mads la
Germany and this war had given ih
world a repugnant and hateful ccn ccn-ception
ception ccn-ception of war, which had brought
about a closer unity between the
Latin and Anglo Saxon countries
than has ever been known. In fect,
it was a foreshadowing of Tennyson's
almost sublime poem; "The Parlia Parliament
ment Parliament of Man." He spoke also of tha
wonderful work of the Red Cross and
Y. M. C. A., which though sJ sJ-officiaJ,
officiaJ, sJ-officiaJ, was the greatest moral and
Christianizing force the world had
ever known. The M. C A. work is
the, work of the church and is bring bringing
ing bringing about the most remarkable iiza
of Christian unity thetwTrfldliaif'ever
conceived. ;. ;-.
Rev. G. A. Ottmann had been spe specially
cially specially invited to address the EniIrts,
and his patriotic and timely spsech
was of the highest excellence cri
splendidly received. Mr. Ottmann, a
man of ; wide experience and resssri resssri-able
able resssri-able insight of character, never dis disappoints
appoints disappoints an audience. He said pat patriotism
riotism patriotism meant more than dymj ft
meant living, of training our children.
He emphasized the V duty of '- men
training their boys and instilling into
them the idea of clean life. TTkHs f
is impossible to report this x
it brought home serious facts
hearts of men which wer'-
value and cot son to Y
W. S.
BAN!



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v-j Congress is going to take a re recess,
cess, recess, beginning with the end of this
week. J.

Emperor Carl was head of the
Hapsburgs, but since the ; Austrian
defeat in Italy he is head of the per per-hapsburgs.
hapsburgs. per-hapsburgs. t
We do not understand the spirit
that incites a man to do less than his
duty toward his country at this time,
no matter what his own interests or
grievances may be.
Dr. S. H. Blitch requests us to say
, that he hopes the county commis commis-;r
;r commis-;r siopers ; will never build another
; inch of sand-clay roads. The' roads
V between Ocala and Blitchton are al almost
most almost impassable.
It is the opinion of military experts
that when the Huns begun their next
offensive, they will take particular
care to strike at the Americans.
There are no indications that our
men shirk the shock.

Did you ever notice that it's most mostly
ly mostly what we do when we are dressed
"'up' that counts against us when
.'found out? Tampa Tribune. v
We have sometimes thought it was

just the other way.
,- -: 'Y: : -. i,..'v,-:- :
' Eugene V. Debs, chronic candidate
on the socialist ticket for president
" was arrested, at Cleveland, O., Sun Sun-May.
May. Sun-May. Eugene has I been talking too
' much again. His bond was placed at
: $10,000 and his trial set for July 30.
''' Four great nations will celebrate
' our fourth, Italy has come in. "Stars
' ancf Stripes," the American camp pa paper
per paper printed in France, announces that
'?;av detachment of American h soldiers
will be sent to Rome ; to take part in
,'J the fourth" of July, celebration there.

, Mr. Wilson vetoes the legislative,

executive and judicial appropriation

ill because it requires government

rks to work eight hours instead of

wonder, why, Prexy is so

vo of them to do a real
nyhow.

firm an earlier assurance given per personally
sonally personally by Commissioner Williams
anl one that Senator Trammell had
from the war work authorities.

DEUTSCHLAND'S v
MODEST DE31ANDS

The larger Associated Press pap papers
ers papers of yesterday afternoon contained
the following dispatch: t
"Paris, July 1 Great Britain must
turn over its war fleet to Germany,
return', Gibraltar to Spain, and re restore
store restore Egypt and the Suez canal to
Turkey. Great Britain, France and
the United States must pay Germany
an indemnity of at least $45,000,000.
Belgium and French territory must
be surrendered.
"These are among the conditions
included in the German peace pro program
gram program published in the Nachrichten of
Goerlitz, Prussia, by Count Roon, a
member of the Prussian house of
lords, according to a Havas dispatch
from Basil, Switzerland. V ,s
"Count Roon says Germany, is en entitled
titled entitled to the following terms because
of its strength, and until they are
realized there should be no armistice
and no cessation of submarine war warfare:
fare: warfare: ;
Prussian Terms
"Annexation of Belgium, with ad administrative
ministrative administrative autonomy in the inter interior
ior interior "Independence of Flanders. -v
; "Annexation of the entire Flanders
coast, including Calais.
: "Annexation of the Briey and
Longwy basins and the Toul, Belfort
and Verdun regions eastward.
"Restitution. to Germany of all her
colonies, including Kiau-Chau.
"Great Britain to cede to Germany
such naval bases and coaling stations
as Germany designates.
"Great Britain must return Gibral Gibraltar
tar Gibraltar to Spain, cede its war fleet to
Germany, restore Egypt to Turkey,
and the Suez canal to Turkey.
"Greece must be re-established un under
der under former King Constantine, with
frontiers as before the war.
Must Deliver Raw Materials
. "Austria and Bulgaria will divide
Serbia and Montenegro.
; "Great Britain, France and the
United States must pay all of Ger Germany's
many's Germany's war costs, the indemnity be being
ing being a y minimum of v $45,000,000,000.
They also must agree to deliver raw
materials immediately.
"France and Belgium are to remain
occupied at their expense until the
conditions are carried out."
The foregoing is valuable princi principally
pally principally from the light it throws on the
Prussian mind. We do not speak of
course of Emperor William or his
higher officers and statesmen. They
know better.- But Count Roon's .de .demands
mands .demands are probably what, the mass of
Prussian junkers believe their coun country
try country will be able to obtain -from the
war, and there is no chance of peace
until this opinion is knocked out of
them.

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Talking j about economy- it's the
Star's opinion that the grocers of the
country could accomplish a very con considerable
siderable considerable saving in the matter of
wrappers. A good deal of the work
in a grocery 4 store consists in wrap wrapping
ping wrapping up packages. There are a whole

lot of things that are wrapped that
don't need to be. Canned goods and
boxed goods, such as crackers, cakes,
etc and quite a number of other
things have effectual wrappers put

on them at the factory. It is an ab

surdity to put a piece of paper : tied

with a string around a tin can or a

cracker box yet this is done m near

ly all our stores and we suppose most

of the patrons desire it so. Yet when
such a package is brought to i their
homes, it causes them more work in in-taking
taking in-taking off the superfluous wrapper
and disposing of it. Suppose Ocala
merchants get; together and make a

rule not to' put on these superfluous

wrappings. They will save both them

selves and their patrons f superfluous
expense. There is a good deal of un unnecessary
necessary unnecessary wrapping in other lines of
business, too; but not so much as in

groceries.

Gov. Catts, acting on the advice
of the controller, has reduced th

state tax one mill, bringing it down
to eight; He is sending circulars to

the commissioners of the different

counties; advising them to also re

duce millage. So far as this county

is concerned, the commissioners need
no advice from the governor. They
are not going to levy a cent more of
taxes than they can help. If the gov governor
ernor governor would dismiss the tax commis

sion, the state marketing bureau, the

fish commissioner and the hotel com commissioner
missioner commissioner and the other barnacles on
the ship of state, the old craft might

raise the Plimsoll mark another mill

above water.

WONT CUT OFF THE

i TRAINS THIS WINTER

Senator Fletcher has received the

following, which is self-explanatory:

U. S. Railroad Administration
Interstate Commerce Building
Washington, June 27.

Senator D. U. Fletcher, U. S. Senate.

My dear Senator: Replying to your

letter of June 25th, addressed to the

director general of railroads. So far
as I know, it is not the purpose of the
railroad administration to discourage
passenger travel to Florida, or else elsewhere,
where, elsewhere, during the coming winter,
although ; you of ; course understand
that the most important duty of the
railroads is to use their power and
equipment in the movement of men
and ,' material "necessary to help win
the war and if conditions : should
make .it necessary the director gen general
eral general would not hesitate to discourage
travel and the people of Florida and
elsewhere woul daccept the situation
loyally.

So far as can he foreseen, how

ever, there is ho reason why the nec necessary
essary necessary transportation facilities should
not be provided next winter, as they
were last winter. Very truly,

Gerrit Fort, Asst. Director.
The president of the Commercial

Telegraphers' Union has called for a

strike of Western Union telesrraDh

operators next Monday morning, and

President Wilson has recommended

that Congress immediately enact
legislation enabling the government
to take over the telegraph and tele

phone companies. This is another

war measure, and one almost imper

atively necessary. The Western Union
has often had trouble with its men.

Their strikes are almost neriodical.

but this is no time to have one.

Those who want; to drill in the.hdme

guards on Sunday sure, ought to be
given that privilege. There is nothing

holding them .back. However, have
you thought, of ,i the encouragement
the ; Sunday battalion drills give. to
the hundreds of. people outsider the
companies to break the rules of the
Sabbath? It furnishes a place for
them to go and gives them an excuse
to get away from home or church.
Lakeland Star.
We -have been watching church
goers for forty years and we have
observed that those who want to go
to church don't excuse themselves if
they don't go. Those who do not
want to go have not been waiting all
these years for a home guard drill to
excuse they from staying away.
THERE'S A REASON v

JThere's a tremor in the trenches.

there's a tension in the air;
There's a hurry and a scurry and a
worry everywhere;
There's a nervousness apparent,
there's a sort of last despair,
As the Huns observe the- Yankees
' lining up just over there!
There's a tumult at headquarters,
there's a terror long the Rhine,
There's a hunting and a shunting and
a grunting of the swine;
There's a hounded look upon them,
there's a sort of baffled whine.

As the Huns observe .the Yankees
1 stretching out their battleline
There's a twitching tokens trouble,
there's a trembling omens ill;
There's a shaking and quaking and -&
breaking of the will;" f.: o;i ,: ,-v'f :
There's a panic of the spirit there's-a
sort of deadening chill, .
As the Huns observe the Yankees
coming over, dressed to kill!
There's a hand-to-hand encounter,
there's a storm of shot and
; shell; r
There's a grabbing and a jabbing and
a stabbing with a yell;
There's a poniard in the in'ards,
there's a slaughter, grim and
- fell,
As the Huns are yanked by Yankees
into Hun-deserving hell!
New. York Times.
CITATION OF ADMINISTRATION

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it for years. ; y 'i'.-iV''ls
i You insure yen house against fire---why
not insure it against decay with
which is the most r durable Paint
made and by far the most economi economical
cal economical because its all Paint and you
get two for one our color card ex explains.
plains. explains. ... 9
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OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN
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. South Side' of Square
- OCALA, FLORIDA

In' County Court, Marion; County,
Florida By the County Judge
of Said County:
Whereas, W. W. C. Smith has ap applied
plied applied to this court for letters of ad administration
ministration administration on the estate of Choice
Williams, deceased, late of said coun county
ty county of Marion,
, These are. Therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of said deceased, to be
and appear before this court, on or
before the ::- ..' ..' ;
y:- 19th Day of July, A. D .1918
and file objections, if any they have,
to the granting letters as aforesaid,
otherwise the same will be granted as
prayed.
Witness my name as county judge
of the county aforesaid, this 17th day
of June, 1918. W. E. Smith,
6-17-tues (Seal) County Judge.
NOTICE

Tfw3:-?v "'"Hil r-i FT

-

FORD CAR BRINGS
A SHOWER BATH
EVERY AFTERNOON

Babies Grow WKter as Dsdcr ari
Hurse Serrc Daily tz&s Frca
Doer to Deer.

"Good morning. We "have come to
give the children their bath," this, of
course, said in good French. Then
from off the motor car slides a porta portable
ble portable shower bath, carried into the house
by doctor and nurse.
For the, next half hour that little
cottage boasts of a bathroom In active
service, for when the water Is heated
the blessing of a warm, clean shower
pumped by the doctor falls on the head
of Young ; France, while the ; nurso
scrubs religiously and the darkening
water bears witness of a whiter, clean cleaner
er cleaner child. s
And as you might well Imagine, the
kiddies like It, except the last cold
dash that the doctor slyly engineers
by. quickly transferring the supply
jplpe Into a bucket of cold water for
hygienic effect, v y'y :"" v
And what a blessing It is to these
meek, tortured people, who for months
have been without all of life's com comforts
forts comforts and most of life's necessities, to
be ministered to in this fashion t
It is perhaps understandable to
them that .i'es Amerlcalnst out of
sheer pity might offer them that mea meager
ger meager thing : that civilization calls "char "charity."
ity." "charity." But to be clothed, fed, sheltered
and cheered as they' have been by our
Red Cross is more than they can un understand,.:
derstand,.: understand,.: iYy:xs;';- Y'y :..y":
- For they have seen a great miracle
grow out of the darkest pit of human
experience. They have seen a' bright
light out of which has stepped the
ministering angel who has taught them
to smile again. They are no longer
sick. They are no longer cold nor hun hungry,
gry, hungry, andtnow, wonder of wonders, this
same good friend ; has contrived In
some magic way within the sound of
the guns j-to jrive them baths. :
BED, BATH AMD BOARD
liiJOKCnOII XAHTEEH

Brings Heaven a little Nearer to
an American Sammis.

Of Stockholders' Meeting

; Notice is hereby given that the an-j
nual meeting of the stockholders of
The Court Pharmacy will be held u(
the office of R. S. Hall on the morning
of Tuesday, July 2nd, at ten o'clock
to transact such business' as ma J
properly come before said meeting. ?
(-18-tues W. M Palmer. Secretary. J

A mother who Is a Red Cross work worker
er worker in her home town gave to her chap chapter
ter chapter the following letter she had re received
ceived received from her son in France:
. "If you could have seen me yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, when I left trenches which the

rains have turned into open sewers,
even you would never have known me.
I was mud from head to foot, so cov-
. ered with crawling things that the
poorest tramp in the world would have
run from me, and I fairly ached for
;rest. Y" yy:'-'yy--'y '-'-yY yy:Y:-
: "You see, my first furlough had be begun,
gun, begun, and I caught a train for Paris,
We were : packed into : a freight car.
Travel Is so congested we spent most
: of our time stopping. At last; when
night came, we were dumped out at a
railway junction with the information
that the train for Paris would be
along the next day.
Canteen Like New York Hotel.
"I tell you I was discouraged. Then
sudden y across the, tracks from our
station I saw an American Red Cross
canteen, uad all my troubles were at
an end. 5.;'-V-Y yyj;y
"Lots of people must have the same
idea of these canteens that I used to
'have just little shacks where you
were handed out a cup of sloppy cof coffee.
fee. coffee. 'We- are all wrong. These Red
j Cross places beat a New York hotel
for variety of service, even If they
don't have the gilt furniture and tip
takers.. Here Is what happened to me;
- "First I had a bath, a real one, with
plenty of soap and water. While I
was getting clean my clothes, every
stitch, were cleaned and sterilized.
Then I had a meal of real American
cooking, actually sitting down at a ta table
ble table to eat It After that I went Into the
canteen barber shop and had a shave
and haircut. Then, being a gentleman
of leisure, I strolled Into the canteen
"vie theater and saw some good
Ijns. However, I soon turn turn-lie
lie turn-lie night into a clean, dry
i like heaven or home.

this morning, after a fine

am sitting In the canteen
letter to you and waiting
for my train. You just

,ly imagine what these Red

en are doing for us soldiers
ie French and Engllah, too.
en takes care of thousands

lake us feel like human be be-"agaln
"agaln be-"agaln and give us the nerve
Hth this game of licking the
And when we win 'you can
id share of the victory to th
V Bed Cross."
, .'.

A DOLLAR WASTED HELPS THE KNEMY f
; That is not a loyal thing to do, of course, and few of us real,
that we are helping the enemy when we waste monefir. Pretty hr
to define what waste is. One man's waste may be another ma'
economy. In a general way, waste in war time may be 1 defined as 1
buying of anything not essential to health and efficiency. Evt
dollar one spends for unnecessary things commands qoods and "i
vices, that is, labor and materials, needed by the Uniteli States G
ernment for war purposes. And. if you invest the mof ey you i

in ar savings ocamps, you are again neipmg oy loaning your rr

ey to your Government.

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15,000 POUNDS
i MEAT A MINUTE
GOING TO ALLIES

One Hog Oat of Every
Four Being Sent

Abroad

Jts

; Shipments of m?at have been going
to the allies for scci'i time at the rate
of 15,000 pounds a' minute. A3 the
shipments are kept up during: a ten
hour day they amount to' 3,000,000
pounds dally. The meat goes to sol soldiers
diers soldiers of the United States and the al allies
lies allies and to the civilian population of
air the countries at war 'with Germany.

Chicago J'-ribun. Juti 5.

' ) ...

These statements
were made by a prom prominent
inent prominent representative of
the United States Food
Administratiqn-- 1
No industry in the
country has played a
more important part in
helping to win the war
than the American live livestock
stock livestock and meat-packing
industry.
Swift & Company
alone has been forward forwarding
ing forwarding over 500 car loads of
meat and meat products
per week for overseas
shipment
Swift & Company, U.S. A.

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OCALA EVENING STAB. TUESDAY, JULY 2. 1918

. '"'v, 'ri''!' ? A f;. -. .-.
tliid Sausaflc in oil
Breakfast Bacon
: I 7d Dried Bed
711 ced Ham
CT ini
;i:an Swiss Cheese
: j Jorli State Cheese
; :;ur(jer Cheese (call
;tycu please.)

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delphia Cream
2CSC
imcmbert Cheese
Mck Cheese

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Has become the slogan not
only, on the highways of
travel, but also in all lines

of. industry. There's; no ;
such thing as safety if
your valuable property is

not. covered ..by

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bSY FLEA-BITTEN CHICKENS
EAT THEIR HEADS OFF" AND
IeVER MAKE A PENNY'S
hoFIT FOR THEIR OWNERS.
p those : chicken;? in your back
I pay for their feed and care, or
they too busy fighting fleas, lice,
nies, to lay eggs or put on
gh; flesh to make decent table

s

) PAYS TO SPRAY

i

ray FENOLE in the coops and
f--it's a regular cyclone destroyer
jects. - t
i with lard half and half and
for soreehad. ' -ble
is sold in Ocala by:
H-MONOPOLY DRUGSTORE.
IRKSON HARDWARE CO.
Up UORDIS.
)ENGS DRUG CO. -'2ICOURT
PHARMACY. ;
IljH GROCERY CO. :
Uf-THOMAS CO.
J MASTERS CO;
iA SEED STORE.

M Half Gals, $1.35; Gals, $2.50
yerst Pint size, 65c.; Qt. size,
Continuous ; Air Sprayers, $1.25.

t Manufactured Only by
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Safety First

Ah we journey through life let us

"live" by the way.

A saying of old that applies well to

day.

There, is nothing so sweet as life aft

er all.

So why take the chances that hasten

your call" 7

You often save time by the "short

cuts" you take.

But whenever you do your life is at

stake;

For the time that you safe would

never repay

For the time that you save would

"slip" on the way.

Very often the safety of others de

pend

On the judgment you use, it may be a

mend:

Or the loved ones at home, remember

them too.

Their future depends on the things

that you do.
And this is a pretty good world after
all.
There are times when our spirits may
crumble and fall,
But there's never a time through the
' night or the day,
When the chances we take are worth
what we pay.
The "Safety First' way may seem
longer and slow, j
But it leads you past dangers you
never may know.
So "now? is the time to look well
ahead,

"Safety First" cannot help you after

you re dead. : Selected.
A ;-V A:.- A- A A--.' 7. .:
' Epworth League Social

The Epworth Leaguers held a most

delightful social last evening at the

residence- of Mri and Mrs. DeWitt

Griffin. After the business session,

games were enjoyed until a late hour.
Ice cold watermelons were served.

There were over twenty present.
'

Misses Annie and Lottie Morrison

now have rooms with Mr. and Mrs. F.

L. Grantham.

Mrs. J. F. tTalton and family of
Anthony were" shopping in the city

today.
?

A card: from Mr. and Mrs. Chas. P.
ChazaV now touring South Florida in
their car, announces that they are
having a most pleasant time. They
spent Sunday in Arcadia and went on

Monday to Fort Myers. ,

Mrs. T. W Brown and son, Edward,

who have ben away from Ocala for

over a year, first in Akron, Ohio, and

later .v in ; Connecticut, where Mr
Brown was in business; are now in
Ocala, which will be pleasant news

for their many friends. Y

Mrs. Hill and sister, Miss Nan
Wicker, who have been visiting Mrs.

J. A. Walters and Miss Margaret

Walters, will leave Saturday for Day-

tona Beach, where they will enjoy a

short ojourn, before going to their

home in Montezuma, Ga.

Mrs. F. W. Stanley and family,

who are occupying the Christian Ax

residence at the Meadows, have been

entertaining a delightful house party,

young ladies from Lakeland. They

have returned to their hpmes. Miss

Lois Dame is now the guest of Mrs.

Stanley.

A Vy;.P ; ;. f f A";' ''ry-r

Exile," the picture in which Mme

Petrova appeared at the Temple last

night, was not taken in darkest Rus Russia
sia Russia but in darkest Africa, and it is

notable that the Slavonic type of the
actress' beauty exactly fitted her
part as a Portug ese senhora of high
degree. The pie pe was a, remarkr

ablv "cood one. 1 icht thnrA will he

a rmmber of the invaluable Pathe

News, and a dazzling Jewel produc production
tion production called the "Sirens of the Sea'
which is going to make everybody sit
up and take notice. A t

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Carter are the

happy -parents of a dear little son,

Robert Louis Carter, who came to

them last Saturday night. This lit little
tle little blue-eyed boy is said to look very

much like his father and we know he

will grow to be a comfort and a

blessing to those whose home, he ha?
come to brighten. Mr. and Mrs. Car

ter are now twice blessed, having also
a lovely little daughter, to whom this

small brother, is a gift for which shej

. ,
The literary branch of the Metho Methodist
dist Methodist Missionary Society met at the
Methodist church; yesterday afternoon
at 4 o'clock, in regular business ses session.
sion. session. Much business of importance
was transacted. A splendid program

dozen or more, and is always attend

ing to some -little affair at home for

them. From Macon Mrs. Whitley will

go on to Atlanta nd Gainesville, Ga.,

and thence to North Carolina. She
will be absent two or three months,

and tho her friends here are glad

she is to have a vacation they will be i

gladder still when she returns.

A:,-.
Mrs. HudnalL' formerly Miss Eliza-

beth Atkinson, who for so long was

one of ucaia s most emcient steno

graphers, is in town with her sister,
Mrs. T. W. Brown and son, Edward

Brown. They have rooms with Mrs.!

Brinkley. Ocala very gladly welcomes

this splendid family back in our midst
after a long absence. Mr. Brown did
not return with his family and their

plans for the summer are not yet

definitely arranged. A

A"- -:. ; A-

Mr. Gracie Thompson has gone to

Live Oak, where he was called to the
bedside of his : sister, Mrs. Hopper,

who is very ill. Mrs. Hopper's moth

er, Mrs. G. E. Thompson, who was

spending the summer in Kentucky,

was also wired for and is now in lave

Oak with her daughter, whose death

is daily expected. .

Mrs. R. O. Connor and son, Dayton

left today; for Jacksonville, : where

they will visit Mr. Connor and son,

Lewis for a short while.

Jacksonville, Fla.

ITAIiERS and EUDALUERS

'HONES 47, 104, 305
vCAtAj FLORIDA

CHRISTINE'S RUSE

By J. JOHNSON.

(Continued on Fourth Page)

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r- i II

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is made especially to resist all weath

er conditions so when painting why
not use the thing for the purpose V It
will cost no more will look right and

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Sayi Ilixxca Lady Vfto, (h Dcs-

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And Is How VcIL

Hixson, Tenn. About 10 years ago
I was J says Mrs. J. Gadd, of

this place. "I suffered with a pain In
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with this pain. always In the left

side, ... t ' "

- My doctor told me to use CarduL I
took one bottle,' which helped me and

after my baby came,; I was stronger
and Matter, but the pain was still

there. x .

I at first let It go, but began to get

weak and in a run-down -condition.

so I decided to try some more Cardul,

which I did. v A

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has: been a number of years,, still 'I

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Don't allow yourself to become
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troubles, Talas CarduL It should sure surely
ly surely help you, as it has so many thou thousands
sands thousands of other women In the past 40
years. Headache, backache, sideache,
nervousness, sleeplessness, tired-out

feeling, are all signs of womanly trou

ble. Other women get relief xby taking
Cardui. Why not yon? All druggists.
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(Copyright. UU, Western Newspaper Union.)

"Yes, suh," said Judge Blueblood to

me this morning, after enough returns
were in to show that his son-in-law,
John F. Blackenham. was elected to

congress. "I am a little proud of his

great victory, although he is the man

that took from me my daughter and

political life at one fell swoop." V

The grand old Kentucky aristocrat

toyed with a spoon a moment with the
mint in an empty glass, a humorous
bit of political reminiscence showing in

his eyes. a

."When John F. Blackenham," con

tinued the Judge, "first came In from

his cabin home on Salt Lake" to study

law with me, he would have been a
good attraction in a dime museum I
But I saw that the fellow was not all

blue jeans, and knee joints. Big as he
was, he was principally head. :

"When my daughter Christine came

home from Lexington, where she had
graduated, she one day called in at the
law office, and, with secret amusement,

I introduced the uncouth, plebeian
youth to the beautiful, high-born aris

tocrat;

"I should have known better, howev

er, than to have exposed my aristo aristocratic
cratic aristocratic daughter to this big, brilliant
plebeian. I didn't stop to think that It
is brains and not money or birth that
make certain kinds of men the mas

ters of this world -Including women.

"At first, through sympathy with the

poor fellow, I encouraged Christine to

treat him kindly, but it soon became
apparent that she needed no encour encouragement
agement encouragement One morning 'she came to

me as I was about leaving for the of office,
fice, office, and, putting two soft arms about
my neck, told me Mr. Blackenham had
proposed marriage' to her. Thinking
she had -regarded it as a deadly insult
I said, as soon as I could get my
breath : Never ; mind, darling. 111
look after the gentleman.

"She snuggled closer to my bosom,!

patted my cheeks with her rosy fin-:

.gem and said: Tm so glad to hear
you say you will look after him! He's

so poor, and needs your assistance ;

and as I'm the only child you have, I

-know, belner rich, von will not lot na

starve uuui ae geis guinea m we uw
practice. You, will look after him!'

T was ; a moment speechless with

fury; then I said: "Can I believe all

this? She looked up and said, with af

fected innocence : 'Papa, if you can't

Relieve me, m go to the oGce with

you and prove it by, him!

"My mind worked under high pres

sure, wnat could I. dor ; I couldn't
scold and chide uls child he exact

image, of her dead mother, sun. So I

said :i Tu agree to this Illogical union
the plebeian with the aristocrat If

youll.asTee to wait until he himself is

able, In this 'town, to support you in

tne conmnon in wmcn you were born.

She agreed. -1 knew it would take him

many years to gain a foothold in this

old Kentucky town V a v

"The time for&maklng nominations

vf or county offices was rapidly ap

proaching, and I .soon noticed that ray

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Clearance Sale

Of Seasonable
Ready-to-Wear Dry-Goods
And
Millinery
Now On,

Dresses,
Skirts, Blouses,
Suits, Hats and Millinery

Do not fail to take advantage
of the great reductions
during this sale

Last Day of Sale
Saturday, July 6th.

FRAN

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" The Fashion Center
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Cage Tea and Sulphur Darkens!

So Naturally that No No-'
' No-' body can tell.

Hair that loses its color and lustre, or

when it fades, turns gray, dull and life

less, is caused by a lack of sulphur in

the hair. Our grandmother made up a
t : e r nr A.

keep' her locks dark and beautiful, and

thousands of women and men who value

that even t color; that beautiful uark
shade ol hair -which is so attractive, use,

only. this old-time recipe.

Kowdayawe get this famous 'mixtore

improved by tne addition of other ingredi ingredients
ents ingredients by asking at' any drug store for a 50 50-cent
cent 50-cent bottle of "Wyeth's Sage and Sul-,

phttr Coimpound," which darkens the'

hair so naturally, so evenly, that nobody

can possibly tell it has been applied. You

just dampen a sponge or soft brush with
it and draw this through your hair, tiJfe

ing one small strand at a time. By morn-
iv. J : 1 a

lnir the er&v nair disanDears : but woax

was given. The, opening number, an j delights the ladies with Wyeth's Sage and J voted against me!

ty judge, by the asking, as usual, and

my party had at least 500 majority.

"My laW student got the nomination

against me from his party, and he was
my opponent what political impu

dence r
; "I thought he wanted the nomination

from his party as an advertisement for
a young lawyer. Well, suh, I can still
feel a hitch at my heart when t think

of the horrors of that moment when

the returns of the election came in

and I found myself Judge Blueblood,
suh, defeated by a majority of just S0O.

FraudMnfamous fraud had been

committed. I' would contest the el el-tlon,
tlon, el-tlon, of .course.-. :
"Christine told me that If her lover
had really been guilty of countenanc

ing ballot-box stuffing against her dear

old1- father, she would cancel the en engagement,
gagement, engagement, so I sent for the leading pol politicians
iticians politicians in each precinct to meet on
the coming day at my office, report the
enormous frauds known to each, and
help devise aplan'of contest.
"On the day appointed my office was
crowded ; with Z old-time friends, but
their peculiar' countenances were not
Indicative of much good, as they sev severally
erally severally appeared. After all were in and
the door locked, turned to Ham Jar Jar-rls,
rls, Jar-rls, the leader in Concord precinct, and
bade Mm report the frauds In his pre

cinct
? WaV he drawled, with an ear-to-ear
grin, 1 know of two I think. Two
fellers voted for you that wan't of
age,' ;.: ; : '. ? a-
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frowned, ; went up from each throat.

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article on "the deaconess work in Mex- Sulphur Compoond, is that, besides beau-

ico, read i by Mrs- F. W. Cook, was tifully darkening the hair after a few
verv fine. Mrs. DeWitt Griffin read applications, it also brings back the gloss

a splendid article on "Christian Stew-,ju8fr!ad give3 lt &rvux

arusmp. 4irj.i-. niunpion gave mucn i

nleasure to the audience bv sinsriner a I

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sweet solo. The meeting, which was
a thoroughly enjoyable one, closed
with prayer.
Mrs. W. T. Whitley left this morn morning
ing morning for a trip to .Georgia and the
Carol inas. She will stop at Macon
and visit the Ocala boys at : Camp
Wheeler. Mrs. Whitley is adopted
sister to most of our Company A boys
and her sincere interest in them' is

.Wyeth's Saee and Sulphur Compound

ia a delightful toilet requisite to impart
color and' a youthful appearance to the
hair. It Is not intended for the curCj

mitigation' or prevention of disease.

L. ALEXANDER'

a- PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER

Careful Estimates made on all Con

tract work. Gives More and Better

heartily ; appreciated. -,t She sends Work for the Money than any., othe;
r-iby Utters ercrr "tr Js to 6 ecntrcrtr ia tla city.

latin' party principles,' said one, hand handing
ing handing me a circular that each man In the
back precincts had received the night
before election. It ran as follows :
" Tanceburg, Ky, Nov.
"Dear Sir Win you have the kind kindness
ness kindness to vote against my father and for
his penniless, self-made opponent, to
whom rm engaged? Ah, do My fa father
ther father is a rich" man, has received the
higher honors, and doesn't need the
office. It would not only be a -great
service to me, but would encourage
thousands of poor but ambitious young
men. I appeal to Kentucky gallantry.
"So the young man 'could support
Christine without my eidJ .-X :r?s ,c-V

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OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, JULY 2. 1918

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Messrs. Landis and Loonis Blitch
have just shipped 450 crates of pears.
The council will meet tonight and
there will be important business be be-.
. be-. fore it. .

Yesterday's thunderstorm put a
number of telephone sout of com commission
mission commission --

Phone us your wants anything in
pure drugs or druggist's sundries.
Court Pharmacy, phone 284. 15-tf
Master James Chace is now one of
the accommodating clerks in Helven Helven-s
s Helven-s ton's store.

W. J. Wilson and Earl Grantham
of Fort McCoy were business visi visitors
tors visitors in the city today.
The Star is informed that the Or Orange
ange Orange avenue road from -Ocala to

Mr. Frank Harris, who was trans transferred
ferred transferred to Camp Sevier from Camp
Jackson, is now at Camp Gordon near
Atlanta:

Careful prescription service, using
Squibb 's chemicals, at Gerig's Drug
Store. War Savings and Thrift
Stamps sold. tf
We understand that City Attorney.
Trantham is of the opinion that if
the council does not elect a city man manager,
ager, manager, there may be some trouble in
collecting taxes. :
The Star is informed that a reso reso-lutionr
lutionr reso-lutionr looking toward negotiations
with the Florida Power, Company for
electricity, will be introduced at to tonight's
night's tonight's meeting of the council. 5
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The county judge has issued mar marriage
riage marriage licenses to James F Brown and
Miss Ora Green; to Maurice Price
and Miss Flossie Sutton. The latter
couple were joined in wedlock by
; Judge Smith Sunday evening.
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
We understand that state fuel ad administrator'
ministrator' administrator' Williams has written to
f the city council that the fuel adminis adminis-,
, adminis-, tration is not likely to make any de demands
mands demands on our electric and water
plant, as long as it can run without
fuel oil or coal.

A very nice line of Wash Cloths on
' display at Gerig's Drug Store. We
" also sell War Savings and Thrift
. Stamps. tf

Edward Connor, one of the gallant

. seamen of the battleship Arkansas,
is home on a fcrief furlough,; Edward
is a captain of a gun crew and cox

swain of a boat, which is pretty good

progress for a landsman in the navy

a little over a year.
Our prescription department offers
you the best in PURE DRUGS and
v CHEMICALS. Your doctor will tell

you. Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. "15tf

We have often heard of footwarm footwarm-ers,
ers, footwarm-ers, but never saw a footcooler until
Dr. WalterHood showed us one cut in

the dashboard of his auto today. Ev

erybody knows Dr. Walter is never

afflicted with cold feet. Quite the
other way. I So he had a little slot
made right where it would guide cool
air to his trilbies when his Studebaker

is crowding the speed limit.
We beg to inform the city council

that the Seaboard is ; smashing the

1 1 J i l i n-.

ited is generally hitting it ; at

irenty or twenty-five miles an

reaches the Broadway

suppose it will d

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vrauch afraid of
are of their

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Business

Sunday

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NEEDED FOR THE NAVY

. We are in urgent need of machin machinist's
ist's machinist's mates, carpenter's mates and
quartermasters for aviation ground

work. Intelligent young men with without
out without any practical experience may be
accepted as lansmen for any one of
the above ratings. Now is your
chance, boys, to get in and learn a

trade that will be of use to ypu when

you get home again. I know there

are plenty of boys who want to do

their bit and now is the time to do it.

and it is also time for fathers and

mothers to tell their boys to go in

stead of telling them not to go. There

are not many who will object to thei

sons going, altho'some few will tell
their sons to wait' and let some one

else do their fighting. Now is. the

time for all of these kind of father?

and mothers to turn to their country's

call and do as others; have done. Give

your boys and all you can to your
country to help win this war. Don't
have your boy at home' without work.
Let him work for Uncle Sam, m the
navy, where he can work both for
himself and his country.

. T. M. Kilgore,
Navy Recruiting Officer.
Postoffice" Building, Ocala, Fla.
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RED CROSS NOTES

The class in surgical dressings will
be held every Wednesday and Friday
afternoon, from 3 to 6, beginning
July 3rd. The class will meet for
four weeks. The purpose of this class
is td give demonstrations, notes and
practical work in all surgical dress dressings
ings dressings now made in Red Cross work
rooms. : There is no charge connect connected
ed connected with the course. All interested re report
port report at the ; work rooms upstairs, in
the armory. Bring note book, pencil,
scissors and a head covering. On
the days the class meets the work
rom is not open to other workers.
Those wishing to help fill the large
assignment now on hand will kindly
go to the work rom at the postofnee.
SAFETY FIRST

If all owners of fire extinguishers
that have not been recharged in the
past year will bring same to the fire
station, I will recharge and epair
same free of charge.
26-6t George Chambers, Chief.
REPORT THEM TO
THE LOCAL BOARD

The local board of Marion county
requests the citizens of the county to
report to it the names of any idlers,
delinquents, deserters or slackers, to together
gether together with the names of witnesses
in each case. t
It is also requested that the names
of any registrants who may have re received
ceived received deferred classification by rea reason
son reason of unjustified claims made in their
questionnaires be reported, with the
names of at" least two responsible wit witnesses
nesses witnesses in each case.
Local Board Marion County,
W. L. Armour, Chief Clerk.
ORGANIZE A HOME
GUARD FOR OCALA

A Mass Meeting for that Purpose to
be Held at the Board of Trade
, Rood Wednesday Evening
There will be a mass meeting at
the board of trade room Wednesday
night for the purpose of organizing a
home guard in Ocala. This is a move
that is of great importance to our
home town and every one V should
come out to further the success of
this new organization. There' : is
about eighty-five names on the list
who have shown their willingness to
help organize the home V guards "of
Ocala; now let's .all come out and do
whatever we can j to assist these pat patriotic
riotic patriotic men. The board of trade room
Wednesday night, at 8:30.
Cleans Inside of Bottles.
For cleaning the inside of bottles' a
French inventor has made a brush that
can be Adjusted to any angle from its
handle by a screw running through the
latter. ykr':'

Evening Star
Unclassified
Ads.
Bring
Results

RATES Twenty-five words
or less one time 25 cents:
three times 50 cents; six
times 75 cents. Over twenty-five'
words, and under fif fifty,
ty, fifty, double above rate.
This rate is for consecutive
insertions. Special rate by

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Hales-Hendricks
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Emory
Leavengood was the scene of a pret pretty
ty pretty though quiet wedding Sunday eve evening
ning evening at 8:30 when Mrs. Dessie Hen Hendricks
dricks Hendricks of this city was united in
marriage to Mr. Edwin Hales. Judge
Win. E. Smith performed the cere ceremony
mony ceremony in the presence of only the im immediate
mediate immediate family.
Mrs. Hales, who was formerly Miss
Dessie Leavengood, i3 a woman of
splendid characteristics, and numbers
her friends only by her acquaint acquaintances,
ances, acquaintances, all of whom wish for her a well
rounded life of usefulness and happi happiness.
ness. happiness. :
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Belcher and
children of Largo are expected in
Ocala tomorrow and will be the
guests of Mrs. E. H. .Martin until
Thursday. They are on their way to
Hendersonville, N. C.
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Miss Mamie Taylor will leave to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for New York, and will also
visit her sister. Miss' Margaret Tay Taylor
lor Taylor in New Jersey before returning

home late in the summer:

ALLIED SEA .POWER
' V "V. IS ABUNDANT

(Continued from First Pace) ;

measures has necessarily required
time, but they have steadily pro progressed
gressed progressed and are improving every dayC
Scoffs at Air Raids on New York
"There are several popular mis misconceptions
conceptions misconceptions about f the submarine
menace. For example, I notice that
some people in America are alarmed
lest a submarine should' fcring about
air raids. Of course .this is absurd, as
no U-boat could possibly carry an
airplane. ' : :
"Still, another misconception is
that submarines may enter New York
or other harbors. Such an act would
be to commit suicide, the water not
being deep enough for concealment.
Let New York light up as brilliantly
as economy permits. fv
' "Another delusion is that subma submarines
rines submarines operate in squadrons. For
reasons which it would take too long
to "explain they are obliged to oper operate
ate operate singly..
"The general public is also apt to
picture the seas as swarming with
submarines, which is an error. Ex Experience
perience Experience has shown that the Ger Germans
mans Germans have' been able to keep only
about 10 per cent of their U-boat
fleet in action on the average. This
meant until recently anywhere from
fifteen to twenty submarines actual actually
ly actually at work in the Atlantic, the North
Sea, and the English channel. In the
last few months these figures have
been greatly reduced. ;
"When this is considered, it is ap apparent,
parent, apparent, that Germany cannot afford
to adopt a permanent policy of send sending
ing sending submarines, dfrews, and torpedoes
across. the Atlantic to areas where
the shipping is less concentrated than
in the nearer European waters. V f
"It is reasonable to 'expect, how however,
ever, however, that having started the bluff
Germany may keep submarines for a
time in American waters, not only in
the hope of impressing America, but
also to bolster, up public opinion in
Germany, where the scales are fall falling
ing falling from the eyes of the people.
"The German press is now making
extravagant claims as to the results
of the American raid, representing
our harbors and "coastal commerce as
tied up arid the dispatch of trans transports
ports transports stopped, all of which we know
to be untrue." x

USED CAR BARGAINS

We have a number of used car bar bargains.
gains. bargains. Prices are very low compared
with present prices i of the different
cars offered when new : y
One nineteen fifteen, one nineteen
sixteen and one nineteen seventeen
model Ford. All are touring cars.
One Smith Form-a-Truck, prac practically
tically practically new, on 1917 model Ford.
One 1915 model Reo five-passenger
car; lights, starter and tires and gen general
eral general condition first class.
, One 1912 model Buick touring car.
A bargain for truck or cutting down
purposes.
One 1916 model Maxwell roadster.
Good condition. ; ? -r
One 1918 model Maxwell roadster.
Perfect condition.
One 1915 model Buick lights four;
fine condition; starter and lights. ; ...
One 1916 model Maxwell touring
car.' : ,
Two 1917 model -Maxwell touring
cars. v ..
One late 60" tread, 1917 model,

Maxwell touring car, in use eight

months, run less than ,3000 miles;
perfect condition and, looks like new.
One Rambler roadster, just t been
handsomely painted; mechanically in
perfect condition.
Terms can be arranged on these
cars, where desired. R. R. Carroll,
Maxwell-Chalmers Agency, Ocala.
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf

Buy Thrift Stamps of us and keefp
your skin nice, and soft with Rexall

Skin Soap. Gerig's Drue Store, tf i

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-ILAR
ILAR SIM-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATEb: Six line maximum, one
time 2ac.; three times 0c; six times
7c; one month S3. Parable in advance.
FOR SALE Two Jersey cows, giv giving
ing giving 26 to 30 quarts of milk daily. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Mrs. C. P. Howell, phone 39 M,
Ocala, Fla. 7-l-6t
FOR SALE 1916 model little six
Buick touring car in good mechanical
condition; tires good, one extra tire.
Will demonstrate anywhere at any
time. A good buy. Box 166, Ocala,
Fla. 6-29-6t

FOR SALE Dodge car, 1918 model,
first class condition; practically new
tires. Reason for selling, have bought
a larger car. Apply to Dr. E. G. Peek,
Ocala, Fla. 28-6t

WANTED Second hand harness,
also surrey with good rubber tires;
must be cheap for cash. Address
"Surrey," care Star, Ocala, Fla. 26-6t

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 By the city of Ocala,
two good horses. Inquire at the city
clerks' office. H. C. Sistrunk, Clerk. 6t

FOR SALE One 24" Meadow? Corn
Mill, one Feed Grinder, one Economy
Grain Drier, one A-l Sandwich ware warehouse
house warehouse Corn Shucker and Sheller, one
40-Hp. .oil or kerosene burning En Engine.
gine. Engine. All the aboye only bee'n run
three months. Farmers' Gin & Mill
Co., Summerfield, Fla. 6-22-6t

WILL CLOSE THEIR STORES
ON THE FOURTH OF JULY

We, the undersigned merchants of
Ocala, hereby agree that we will not
on Thursday, July 4th, next, open our
respective stores, or place of busi business,
ness, business, recognizing that it is a national
holiday and should be so observed,
especially now when all toy al citizens
of our country should feel more than
ordinary national pride and zeal :
Ocala Seed Store. -1
Marcus Frank.
' Theus Bros.
. Hayes and Guynn.
Davies the tire man.
Nasri Brothers.
Moses Grocery Co..
Smith' Grocery Co.
Carn-Thomas Co.
J. E. Allemand. :
Blalock Brothers.
L. R. Chazal & Sons Co.
E. T. Helvenston. -.
F. G. B. Weihe.
Clark son Hardware Co.
Jerry Burnett.
- H. B. Masters Co.
O. K. Teapot Grocery. V r
Marion Hardware Co.
5 and 10c. Store.
Rheinauer & Co.
A. E. Burnett.
H. A. Waterman,
v., The Book "Shop.
Main Street Market.
M. M. Little. .'
B. Goldman.
J: Chas. Smith.
J. Malever.
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Auto Sales Co.
Tompkins & Rogers.
Mclver & MacKay.
John Dozier. 1
Style Hat Shop.
Affleck MilMnery Parlor.
Mrs. Minnie Bostick.
G. A. Nash.
- M. Fishel & Son.
Taylor Printing Company.,
x Nichols & Cobb.
. A. E. Gerig (except for two
hours to deliver papers).
PROGRAM FOR THE
COOTER POND PICNIC

Thursday, July 4th
10 a. m. Song, "America," by the
assemblage.
Invocation, by Rev. Guy, pastor of
First Methodist church, Williston.
Song, "Long Boy Goes to War," by
the children of Romeo.
Introductory remarks byrthe chair chairman.
man. chairman. Song, "The Boys in Khaki," by Mr.
J. J. Harris, Mr. Landis Blitch, et if,
Morriston and Blitch ton.
Toast, "Woodrow Wilson," by Mr.
J. C. Sale, Bronson. ' ; ;
Song by an Ocala quartet.
Address, "Modern Woodmen "of
America," by our state lecturer, Mr.
Geo. W. Scofield, of Inverness.
Song, "The Grasshopper," by Gerig
brothers of Ocala.
Red Cross address by Rev." Smith
Hardin of Ocala.
12:40 a. m. Song," "The Star
Spangled Banner," led by .quarter;
chorus by assemblage. -
Dinner. Invocation by Rev. W. J.
Folks of Juliette.
Music and singing during the noon
hour.
2 p. m. Song, "Somewhere in
France the Lily Blooms," by Mr. Har Harris
ris Harris and Mr. Blitch, et aL
Patriotic address by Mr. Van C.
Swearingen, attorney general.
Song, "All Aboard for Home," by
Mr. Harris, Mr. Blitch, et aL

3 p. m. Ad. libitum.

TIRE

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us for adjustment. We have a booklet l

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swering any tire question you may as!

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is published by the Hood Tire Company, i

is yours for the asking Free, Our Vlj
CANIZING department is equipped with ri
chinery for VULCANIZING by the lat
improved methods. Why buy new a tir
when you can get thousands of miles out
the old one by having us VULCANIZE it

DAVIE
" The Tire Man

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OCALA AGENCY
FOR HOOD TIRES

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' MARION COUNTY FARMERS
Do you need money to pay off a mortgage;
to purchase live live stock; to fence or stump
land; to erect buildings or in other ways to
improve your farm? If the real estate secur secur-ity
ity secur-ity and the mdral hazaroV are satisfactory,
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make you a loan 'at S1 interest and for a
35 year term, with privilege of repayment
after five years.
Detailed information given by
R. S. Rogers, Secretary.
Ocala National Farm Loan Association.
M. & C. Bank Building. Phone 481.

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