The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Weather Forecast: Occasional thun-'
All other personal property. 200.00
der showers tonight and Tuesday.
VOL. 26, NO. 139


Lets It be Distinctly Known that It is
, a Breach of Faith to Give Out
Text of Peace at this Time
(Associated Press)
Washington, June 9. President
Wilson in a cablegram received today
by Senator Hitchcock, said he hoped
the investigation by the Senate for foreign
eign foreign relations committee of how
copies of the -peace treaty reached pri private
vate private interests in New York would "be
most thoroughly prosecuted. The
president said he felt it was "highly
undesirable officially to communicate
the text of a document which is still
in negotiation and subject to change,"
and that anyone who had possession
of the official English text "has what
he is clearly not entitled to have or
communicate." This statement by the
president strengthened the. belief, of
officials he would not comply with the
request of the Senate that the treaty
text be furnished it at this time.
Washington. June 9. President
Wilson has not been advised of the
telegraphers' strike situation, Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Tumulty said today, and officials
have no intention of calling the mat matter
ter matter to his attention at this time.
Editor Star: I read in your issue
of the 6th the letter from the gov governor
ernor governor to Mr. Stripling, and Mr. Ayer's
reply to the same.
As will be explained later, and
wholly without any intention, of get getting
ting getting into newspaper controversy, I
feel that having made an investiga investigation
tion investigation at the instance of certain clients,
that I should say a word to the pub public
lic public in regard to it.
So far as the Clyburn letter is con con-cerped,
cerped, con-cerped, I never heard anything of
that until the day it was published,
but I am sure Mr. Clyburn had the
correct information, so far as the
books in .the hands of the collector are
Mr. Ayer only undertood to show
the assessment for 1917, whereas, it
would appear to me that Mr. Clyburn
w fco'tliot. it mav. both as-
1UVU IL V W vw T J
sessments are so near the same as to
be wholly immaterial.
The following statement was taken
from the 1918 assessment roll now. in
the hands of the collector, and shows
all of the personal property assessed
to the parties named:
Heirs of A. J. Edwards:
150 head cattle . I $1,200.00
AH other personal 1 property. 200.00
Total assessment ... $1,400.00
Taxes 51.80
L. K. Edwards:
2 horses $ 100.00
50 hogs . .. 50.00
150 head cattle 1,200.00
1 automobile 400.00
All other personal property. 400.00
Total assessment .$2,150.00
Taxes .v. 62.35
Edwards Bros.:
8 head horses .$ 500.00
150 head cattle ............ 1,200.00
All other personal property. 200.00
Total assessment .... $1,900.00
Taxes .. .. ........ 70.30
W. J. Edwards:
1 automobile $ 400.00
Taxes .. 15.80
J. L. Edwards:
1 automobile $ 250.00
Taxes .. 10.25
The only difference, however, be between
tween between the 1917 and 1918 roll is, that
Edwards Bros, was assessed with
$1600 in 1917 and $1900 in 1918. So
the amount they paid on in1917 was
less than it was in 1918, and just how
the honorable assessor has arrived at
the enormous sum of $24,000 I am
unable to find out from the books;, the
valuation, as I find it, was $5800 in
1918 and $6100 in 1918. The only
way I can guess at is," that he has by
mistake added 1915, 1916, 1917 and
1918 together, as a comparison of
the books shows that the assessment
for those years was approximately
the same.
My only interest in the matter is
purely a public one; some weeks ago
quite a few citizens of Marion county
. called on me to see if there was any
way to resist the new school tax levy
about to be added to their taxes. I
explained to them that the school
board would necessarily have to insist J
upon sufficient levy to meet the cur current
rent current expense, and that unless it could
be reached in some other way, I could
-see no escape. I had heard it spoken
of a number of times that a large large-number
number large-number of wealthy persons were pay
ing only a small percentage on their
real values; I told these parties who
called on me that I would look into
the matter and see if something
' rrflght not be done toward getting
more property on the books, so as to


Also Good Faith, in Publishing Alleg Alleged
ed Alleged Copy of Peace Treaty Evi Evidently
dently Evidently Obtained by .Treachery
, (Associated Press)
Washington, June 9. A copy of
the German peace treaty said to have
been brought to this country by a Chi Chicago
cago Chicago newspaper correspondent was
presented in the Senate today by Sen Senator
ator Senator Borah and by a vote of 47 to 24
was ordered put in the Congressional
Record and printed as a public docu document.
ment. document. HUNTS NO BETTER THAN A
New York, June 9. The full text
cf the peace treaty with the Central
Powers, which has been discussed in
the' Senate for a week or more,, has
been brought to this country by Fra Fra-zier
zier Fra-zier Hunt, a Chicago Tribune corres correspondent,
pondent, correspondent, and is being syndicated in
this counfry in copyrighted sections,
the first section appearing today.
Hunt says the copy of the treaty he
brought here is one of the original
drafts and was obtained in Paris.
Washington, June 9 In its investi investigation
gation investigation of how the peace treaty reach reached
ed reached New York, the Senate foreign re relations
lations relations committee today subpoenaed
Jacob Schiff, Thomas F. Lamont,
Henry P. Davidson, Paul Warburg, J.
P. Morgan and Frank Vanderlip.
Corporal A. G. Long and Private
Eric R. Mills of Conner returned home
last week from overseas. They have
been serving with the Army of Occu Occupation
pation Occupation since the armistice. The boys
report having seen hard fighting on
the St. Mihiel front, in the Argonne
forest and along the Meuse. The boys
enlisted in Ocala with Company A
and trained with it in Camp Wheeler,
until last June, when they were trans
ferred and sent overseas as replace
ments. They served with Company C,
314th Engineers, during their stay
wit hthe A. E. F. The boys are look
ing well and are receiving the warm-
est of welcomes from their friends.
raise more money without raising the
millage. I was very much surprised
to find that large cattle and nog
owners were being taxed for nominal
amounts only; I found a number of
persons whom I was advised by my
people had hundreds of cattle and
hogs, who were not assessed for a
single head; I found a large lot of
personal property not taxed at all,
and in many instances a very small
valuation was put on property, when
it should have been assessed for a
substantial .amount; I found that a
large acreage of land was on the
books apparently as wild land, as assessed
sessed assessed at about $4 an acre, when it
ought reasonably to have been on the
books at from $10 to $20. Realizing,
as I did, that if these matters were
brought to the attention of the proper
body, the taxpayers of the county
might be saved the additional mill-
age, I brought the matters to the at
tention of the board of public instruc
tion as well as the board of county
commissioners, at their last meeting.
furnishing to them a small list of
some of the larger owners, that I was
advised by people acquainted with the
values, were assessed for grossly in inadequate
adequate inadequate sums, and asked the boards
to investigate it; 'this was wholly
without any intention of causing Mr.
Ayer any embarrassment, and had he
not gone to the newspapers with thei
Clyburn matter (a matter I never
heard of until after I had presented
these matters to the board) the mat matter
ter matter would not have in any way reflect reflected
ed reflected on him in his official duties; but
as he has seen fit to make a state-
jment about the above matters con
cerning Messrs. Edwards, Brothers
that was not substantiated by the
books, and has gone to the news newspapers
papers newspapers to clear himself of a charge
which he himself has brought, I feel
that the public might be interested
in it, and want to know the whole
My investigation shows that there
is not less 'than two and a half million
dollars of taxable property left off
the books, or assessed at a wholly in inadequate
adequate inadequate valuation, and all the peo people
ple people need to do to reduce the millage is
to insist on it being put on the books
in an orderly way, and I believe if the
people will back up the respective
boards they will see to it that it is
put on. These boards only require in information,
formation, information, and the people can back
them up by helping to get the prop property
erty property on the books.
Yours truly, H. M. Hampton.
. 1
ANTICOR the perfect safety CORN
RAZOR, sold by the Court Pharmacy.


Also, a Radical Change in Methods
Before They Can Enter the
League of Nations
(Associated Press)
Paris, June 9. Premier Clemen Clemen-ceau,
ceau, Clemen-ceau, Col. House and Lord Robert
Cecil have re-examined the terms un-
der which nations other than founder
members may be admitted to tne
league of nations. Their report will
be submitted to the council of four to-
day. It is understood the conditions I
recommended for Germanys' admis
sion are: The establishment of stable I
government,, signing uie peace ircuij i
i. : .! i. I
and loyal execution oi tne peace
treaty. I
m tirc i Tiif -v rnm i
iuimi. uiiiii xxw.w
Pans, June 9. It has been decided
the reply to the German counter pro-
Dosals will not be delivered before!
Friday, June 13th. The reply will la
give the Germans five days in which!
to reject or accept the treaty. J
Berlin, June 9. (By the Associated

Press.) The constitutional conven-ry

tion has completed consideration of a I
bill creating a state court which will
try those accused of starting, length-
ening and losing the war. It will be
presented to the national assembly
soon. The deliberations of the court
would be secret and there is to be no
appeal from its verdict.
Mr. Mack Taylor has finally finish-
ed his handsome and uptodate gaso-
line supply station on the corner of
Main and Washington streets. It is
so arranged as to be an ornament as
well as a convenience. I
Mack has had his gasoline tank and
pump surrounded with a cement plat-
form and roadways extending diag
onally across from street to street, J
the entire arrangement covered with!
a corrugated iron roof on an iron I
framework. x 1
Mack hasn't forgotten the aesthetic
end of the business, but has had the

platform ornamented with plants and lever before. There were nearly a
flowers, so it will be a thing of beauty! hundred breeders of pure-bred swine

as well as built to last forever.
It is reported that Mack is going to
lease Needham's orchestra some
moonshine evening soon, and that he
wants all the boys and girls to come
and dance on the smooth cement. It
is even hinted that the gasoline
pump will gush fruit punch on that
occasion, but you needn't believe that
part of the story until you taste" the
At any rate, its a great improve-
nrent on what was until lately a
serted corner and Mack and his. com-1
pany deserve credit for their enter-!
Today: Henry Walthall in "And a J
Still Small Voice," and an L-Ko com-1
edy. I

Tuesday: Constance Talmadge iners attended the meeting and sale of

national News.
Wednesday: Peggy Hylahd in "The
Rebellious Bride," and Mutt and Jeff
Thursday: Mary Pickford in "Re-
becca of Sunnybrook Farm." and
Mutt and Jeff comedy.
Friday": Madge Kennedy in "A Per
feet Lady," and Hearst News.
Saturday: Violet Mersereau in "To-1
gether," and Sunshine comedy.
I take pleasure in announcing to!
my patrons and the public generally
that I have now associated with me!
in business Mr. Eugene A. Revels,!
formerly of the Albany Art Studio of
Albany, Ga. My business has grown
to such an extent I was unable to!
handle it with any degree of prompt-
ness, and I feel fortunate m having
Mr. Revels with me, as I have always
considered him an artist of ability
and a fine workman. I also wish to
take this opportunity to thank all my
friends and customers for their valued
patronage in the past and trust we
may be able to merit a continuation
of the same as we expect to be better!
prepared than ever -to handle the in.
creasing trade. We expect to handle
everything in the photographic line,
specializing in high grade portraits,!
home portraiture, views, commercial
work, enlarging, copying and f ram
insr. Don't foreet to brincr us your
kodak films. T. A. BLAKE.
6-9-3t Photographer.
The Anti-Monopoly Is serving Ma-
cronut Sundae now. That is away
ahead of walnut or a fruit sundae. 6t
We close Thursday afternoons dur-
ing the summer months. Marion
Hardware Co.

All the Dreadful Occurrences that
Walsh and Dunne Report are
Happening in Ireland
(Assoclated Press)
Paris, June 9. Guerilla warfare of
a character "which usually precedes
a major conflict is now going on in
Ireland," it is declared by Frank P.
Walsh and tdward r. uunne, in a
supplementary report which" they
have forwarded to President Wilson
regarding conditions in Ireland.
1) F Tnlnr CI K MnhW nnH J. R.
Bai ton, of Live Oak, accused of mak-
mg a false entry in a bank report, are
on trial in our circuit court.
These are the men who were tried
few months ago at Madison undo
protection of a large force of home
guards. They need no protection here
except that of our unexcitable and
easy-going sheriff, who could, how
ever, raise a fighting crowd in a hur
if necessary.
This case was alleged to have been
committed in Suwanee county, but
the indictment was found in Madison
county and transferred to Marion
county for trial. It is the same case
that Judge Bullock declined to enter
tain, but the supreme court, by a di
vided court of three to two, held that
he did have jurisdiction.
The prosecution is conducted by
State Attorney Scofield, Mr. Louis
Duval of Ocala and Mr. H. E. Carter
oi Live Oak. The interests of the de
fense are looked after by Messrs.
Chas. t,. Davis of Madison, J. t. Mar-
rell of Live Uak, C. U Blackwell of
West Palm Beach and K. B. Bullock
oi Ocala.
The bi-annual meeting of the State
Swine Growers' Association was held
in St. Augustine and Hastings June
4th and 5th. and according to Frank
G. Merrin, assistant county agent,
there was a larger attendance than
land many prominent farmers and
stock men from this state and county
as well as from Georgia and Alabama
in attendance. The meeting brought
the breeders of different parts of the
state in closer relation and touch with
breeders from other states. Many
questions of importance came up and
among them the hard and soft pork
proposition. After a thorough dis
Jcussion of this subject by shippers,
growers and packing men, the follow
de-Jing resolution was adopted:
"Resolved, That the Florida Swine
Growers' Association petition Con
Jgress to set aside an appropriation
for investigations in order to deter-
mine the cause of hard or soft pork,
and also to fix a degree of hardness
or softness as a rule to be used in
fixing prices on hard and soft pork.
A number of Marion county farm-
eral pure-bred animals were brought
into the county as a result of the sale.
jWillard Blood of Ocala, a prominent
I roiand-cnina breeder, purcnasea a
Poland-China gilt for $215, being the
I top sow in that class. The Ocala
Crate & Manufacturing Co. purchas
ed through a representative a pure
bred Poland-China boar, a Marion
county animal, that was too good for
other counties to get.
The pure-bred swine sale at Has
tings in connection with the associa association's
tion's association's meeting and conducted under
the rules of the Florida Swine Grow-
ers' Association was successful in
placing fifty pure-bred animals of
different breeds with the farmers of
St. Johns county, who have decided
that swine as well as potatoes will
grow in that county. The next meet-
ing will be held in the fall in Lake-
Married, Sunday, June 8th, by Rev.
R- F. Rogers, at his residence in
Ocala, Sergeant Eric R. Mills to Miss
! Cora L. Wellhoner, both of Graham-
Sergeant Mills has just returned
from a brave soldiers duty in France.
His lovely wife awaited his return
They were schoolmates from child
J hood until their sepaartion by war in
1 Europe. They have the Stars best
wishes among those of their other
The X.VEKSI1AKP percil is al-
ways sharp never sha'rpented. Noth-
ing could please any writer more, bold
by the COURT PHARMACY. 2-6t
Another shipment of the famous
Alma Zada Face Powre in at Ceng's
'Drugstore. 28-tf






Compelled to Do So by Treacherous
Methods of the Teutons
. Near Riga
(Associated Pres)
London, June 9. The Esthonian
general staff considers itself forced to
start military operations against the
Germans, says a- Helsingfors dis dispatch
patch dispatch to the Mail. This decision is in
consequence of the actions of Ger Germans
mans Germans in the Riga district in advanc advancing
ing advancing behind the Bolsheviki lines for
the purpose of occupying the eastern
frontiers of Livonia.
Stockholm, June 9. Esthonian
forces have clashed with German
troops east of Riga, where Lettish
detachments have also been in serious
fighting with Germans, according to
an official statements issued at the
Esthonian headquarters.
I wonder if we common citizens
could not induce our municipal law lawmakers
makers lawmakers to merely sit still and do
nothing. -f
Can't we bribe our state legislature
to draw their salaries and come
Every move they make only adds
to our already intolerable burden.
If a person takes the bit in his teeth
and works up a a fatuous courage to
drive down town, he is ripe for dis disaster.
aster. disaster. He must, on some streets, tack
and jibe, back and fill, blow off steam
and profanity to get around those
cement obelisks placed ten feet off
the center on a thirty-foot street. If
he tempts fate by stopping anywhere
he may be arrested, torn, from the
besom of his family and incarcerated
in a noisome dungeon simply because
he did not bring his square and com compass,
pass, compass, and park 'his. car at the legal
angle of '45 degrees.
Law makers ought to be put in of office
fice office for life. Then the people could
come tohknow who their enemies were
and could ccasionally get together'
and hang- them, but now its touch and
It reminds me of the occasion when
Willis Crankhite, a boyhood friend,
shot a helldiver. We only had three
cartridges. Willis said, "Ha, a duck,"
slowly took aim and plunk. We
other boys shut our eyes rather than
view the horrible devastation, but
nothing happened.
Willis looked seriously at the lake
and directly Mr. Helldiver came up.
With a cold and deadly malice Wil Willis
lis Willis said, "Now, damn you, I've wasted
a good cartridge on you, so you better
look out," and took a long careful
aim. Bang! -We boys all stared. Rings
in the water, much turmoil and smoke
but no helldiver. Later we saw way
out in the lake something like a stick
with an eye. It was the helldiver.
Everybody laughed, but Willis who
said bitterly, "You son of a gun, if I'd
had in buckshot, I'd a got ye under
he water."
Probably the best way is to smile
while you pay.
P. S. After thinking over my clos
ing remark, I believe I was mistaken.
Lester Warner.
Belleview, June 4.i Frank Gale
went to DeLand Wednesday by auto.
returning Thursday.
A silver medal contest was 'held at
the town hall Friday evening and aft
er the contestants spoke it was decid decided
ed decided that Miss Harriett Rothschild de
served the medal. They all spoke
very nicely and the contest was much
enjoyed by alL
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haviland left
Saturday for their home in Bridge
port, Conn.
Mr. J. W. Nelson was a business
visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs.- Sands Haviland left
Tuesday for their home in New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Spencer have
moved to Lakeland.
James- Fielding left Monday with
his school chums of Ocala for Frost
proof, where they will camp out for a
short time before returning home.
Mrs. Edward Pelot visited friends
in Ocala Tuesday and Wednesday.
William rielding was a visitor vx
Ocala Tuesday.
Mr. Park Winter of Waldo visited
Frank Gale from Tuesday until Wed
Rev. True Whittier passed away
Wednesday night after a long illness
The funeral services were held Thurs
day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev.
Whittier was in his 87th year.
We close Thursday afternoons dur
ing the summer months. Marion
Hardware Co.
The Anti-Monopoly is serving Ma-
cronut sundae now. inat is away
ahead of walnut or a fruit sundae. Ct


Transportation on Rirer and a Pro Proposed
posed Proposed Organzation of Real Estate
Men Will be Considered.
At the regular meeting of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Board of Trade on Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night, June 12, at 8 o'clock, at
least two matters of the greatest im importance
portance importance to the members of the organ organization,
ization, organization, the business interests, and
tEe city and county as a whole, will
be considered. These two things are
the development of transportation on
the Oklawaha river, with a view, to
obtaining water competition and low.
er freight rates, and the perfection
of a plan affecting the selling and
buying of real estate. The river de development
velopment development is a matter immediately
affecting the merchants. The adopt adopting
ing adopting of a real estate policy by the
Beard of Trade and the real estate
men of the city and county is a mat matter
ter matter of vital importance, affecting the
upbuilding of this section of the
At a meeting of the board of gov governors
ernors governors of the Board of Trade with the
real estate men this' morning, steps
were taken looking to the organiza organization
tion organization of a real estate exchange. As a
result of the meeting, the real estate
men are going to organize, for their
.own protection and interest, and in
the interest of the real estate busi business
ness business as it affects Marion county. An
investigation of the organizations of
realty men in other places will be-made,-to
get all .of the good points
and ideas to be had, and the organiza organization
tion organization here will then be formed. The
real estate men and the board of gov governors
ernors governors of the trade bady are agreed
that the organization of the realty
agents is an imperative need.
A committee from the Board of
Trade will go to Tarpon Springs to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning to appear before a
meeting of the state highway com commission
mission commission in the interest of the propos proposed
ed proposed state highway from Ocala to Tam Tampa
pa Tampa along he main line of the Sea Seaboard.
board. Seaboard. At its meeting on May 8, the
Board of Trade endorsed the propos
ed route, with the understanding the
new highway will be in addition to
state road No. 3, from the Georgia
ine to Fort Myers, which is also the
Dixie highway, and road No. 5, from
ligh Springs to Tampa, through
Newberry, Dunnellon and Brooks Brooks-ville.
ville. Brooks-ville. v
Post Commander Watt has appoint
ed Messrs. L. H. Chazal, E. P. Ander
son, C. IL Lloyd and Laurie Izlar to
represent Ocala' at the state conven
tion of the American Legion in Jack
sonville. 4 They left this afternoon on
he limited.
There' have been changes in the
ime of arrival and departure of some
of the Seaboard trains passing thru
Ocala. They are marked out in the
ocal timetable on the fourth page.
Anthony, June 5. Mr. Richard El
ison of Norfolk, Va., is spending a
few days here with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. R. A. Ellison.
Mr. B. K. Padgett who spent sev
eral weeks in St. Louis, Mo., returned
heme Saturday.
Miss Jocie Parrish of Ocala and
Miss Johnson of Lake Butler, were
guests of Mrs. II. A. Meadows last
Miss Willard Bishop left Monday
for Jacksonville, where she will visit
her sister, Mrs. E. R. Neff.
Mr. and Mrs. Glover Jones are in
Anthony for a few days.
Mr. S. C. Manning of Georgia, is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
L. Manning.
Mr. Jennings and family of Bed-
dick have moved into Mrs. M. R.
Gill's residence. Mr. Jennings will
put up a garage on the H. A. Mead Meadows
ows Meadows lot on the Anthony and Ocala
hard road.
Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Baskin and son,
Norris of Dunnellon, spent Sunday in
Mr. Osteen of Palatka was the
guest of Mr. Stuart Sims Sunday.
Mr. F. H. Bell of Williston, was ia
Anthony Sunday.
Rev. J. C. Boatright will preach
Sunday morning and evening at the
Baptist church.
Mr. J. II. Talton, who has been con confined
fined confined to his bed most of the time
since September, grew worse Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, but we are glad to learn he is
feeling some better again. Mr. Tal Talton
ton Talton is an old Confederate veteran and
has a host of friends over Marion
county who deeply regret to learn cf
his continued illness.
Owing to the heavy rains quantities
of tomatoes and cantaloupes are ly ly-tin
tin ly-tin in the fields unshipped.





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It. R. Carroll, Prenldent
P. V. Leareosoixi, Secretary-Treasurer
J. II.. Benjamin, Editor

!cf a small number of operators in

Atlanta. We have no idea that a ma

jority of the men who Kaiser Konen

kamp is ordering out want to strike.

! They are making better wages and

have much less work than millions of
the public whom they serve. The peo people
ple people of America will soon be as badly

off as those of Russia if these sym sympathetic
pathetic sympathetic strikes are allowed to con


Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as
second-class matter.

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all news dLn-natr-h a rrMlitMl tn it or

not otherwise credited in this paper
and also the local- news published
herein. All rights of republication of
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Well, the people will get" educated
up to the Bryan primary law after

If Admiral Kolchak is to' be the
boss what will become of Kerensky?
Hasn't he already become a dead

The Tampa Tribune says the leg legislature
islature legislature adjourned "sine deo." It was
sine deo most of the time it was in

The Florida senators stood by
their guns and the sentiment of their
state in voting against the Susan B.
Anthony amendment.
Secretary Daniels now has a good
chance to get back at the Navy
League, and he is availing himself of
it. The war and other men's work
has made a big reputation for Daniels.
The biggest fool there is will not
let a man betray his confidence a
second time. Times-Union.
Sometimes, tho he lets a woman
do it.

This is Boy Scout week. The Boy
Scouts make up one of the most use useful
ful useful and creditable organizations in
America. We have a fine company
here in our home town. Give it a

The Tampa Tribune prints a nice
article commending the legislature,
but heads it. with the Latin expres expression,
sion, expression, "Hie jacet," which, as any tall
school scholar can tell you, means
"Here Lies."

We are beginning to be suspicious
of the word "international." In the
last two years-it has come to describe
men who prefer the people of other
countries to their own. "National" is
good enough for us.
Senator Duncan U. Fletcher has
presented to the Senate a petition
from the council of the Protestant
Episcopal church of the diocese of
Florida favoring ratification of the
proposed league of nations.
People of the Philippine Islands

are asking to be made mdependentr
but who knows whether or not they
would, be able to take care of them themselves.
selves. themselves. Times-Union.
How can we find out unless we give
them a chance?

General March, chief of staff, an announces
nounces announces that nearly fifty thousand
recruits for the army of occupation
have been obtained. Complete re reports
ports reports showed 48,028 men enrolled.
Three-year enlistments continue- to
predominate over the one-year.
"Kaiser" Konenkamp (mark his
teutonic name) has almost the power
and all the tyrannical disposition of
a czar. He should be sent to join
Debs, and the weakminded dupes who
take his orders should be given their
choice between sticking to their keys
or going to jail.
The Ocala Star prints in seven seven-column
column seven-column form one day and six the
next.' Sort of running in "sixes and
sevens," as it were. St. Petersburg
Never jnind, old-timer, just so long
as we can keep from adding it up into
thirteen its all right.
S. J. KonenkamD, "international"

president of the telegraph and tele-

phone operator's union, having failed
in his attempt to tie up the wires in
the southeastern states, has ordered
a nation-wide strike to begin Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, June 11, at 8 a. m. The1 oc occasion
casion occasion for this strike, which if suc successful
cessful successful would tie up the business of
the entire country,; is the grievance

In the Senate, the other dav. Sen

ator Fletcher read the following,

which is, we believe, a eood exnres

sion of our boys who have worked

and fought so faithfully and bravely

for world-wide humanity as well as

their native land:
Soldiers View of Anarchistic Out


Mr. Fletcher: Mr. President, I hold
in my hand a copy of the Come Back
of June 4, 1919. The Come Back is

published by and for the patients and
enlisted personnel of the Walter Reed
Army General' Hospital, with the au

thority of the surgeon general of the.

army. It has, under the title "More

Plain Words," a rather brief state

ment in every way showing the spirit
we would expect in the gallant boys
of the army, navy and marine corps.

I ask that the secretary may read the

article headed "More Plain- Words."
Mr. Brandegee: What is the news

Mr. Fletcher: The Come Back, pub

lished at the Walter Reed Hospital.
The Vice President: Is there objec

tion? The chair hears none, and the

secretary will read.
The secretary read as follows:
More Plain Words

, Under the caption "Plain Words," a
circular, setting out the creed of the

anarchist bomber, was found among

the tattered clothes of the terrorist
who was blown to pieces when he dy dynamited
namited dynamited the home of A. Mitchell Pal Palmer,
mer, Palmer, attorney general, late Monday


We take those "plain words" of
social sedition, proclaiming "down

with the powers that be," to repre

sent the tenets of all the band of

"reds" who tried to murder several
officials by setting infernal machines
and wrecking the homes of their in

tended victims.

It is time for "plain words" when
bombs are scattered and when "The
Anarchist Fighters" put out litera literature
ture literature announcing "It is war, class war,
against the darkness of your laws and
the institutions you call order."
Army men are used to plain word.
Open speaking and to the point is
right in our line. We are just back
from a campaign where, "Over we
go!" .meant worlds of trouble for the

Prussian lads who had said that our

"so-called order" of democracy was
all bunk.
We left several "of our best "bud "buddies"
dies" "buddies" on the torn fields of France be because
cause because we think our "so-called order"
is one of the finest institutions on
We have come back home with a

deeper pride in the- freedom of our

laws because we have seen strong
men die for their perpetuation and
because we have looked upon the
wreckage of other "so-called orders."
We have come back home, some of
us with empty sleeves and shattered
nerves, to enjoy the peace of freedom,
for which we have suffered through
two red years. We are a peace-loving
lot, but we instinctively reach for th
musket when we hear slander of the
good things for which that old flag
If there must be a house cleaning at
home we are the boys to do it. If the
autocracy of terrorism prowls in the
shadows we are the fellows who are
ready to go scouting for the scowl scowling
ing scowling face.
We don't propose to allow Columbia
t: become a "no man's land"; we've
had enough of the "so-called order"
of might in Flanders.
Mystic promises of terror dont
worry us. Prussian propaganda made
black threats in more trying days; it
bluffed lots of folks but not our out outfit.
fit. outfit. We have seen the German men menace
ace menace smashed like an eggshell. We saw
the infernal machines of the greatest
war engine in history broken to
atoms and the boasted Death's Head
Hussars hurled from their holds of
We know how to subdue spies and
snipers and submarines. We can
squelch the sneaking terrorists.
We don't want any misunderstand misunderstanding.
ing. misunderstanding. Our order of democracy and jus justice
tice justice is here to stay. The officers we
placed -at the head of our government
are going to stick on the job. "Old
Glory" is going to float over a land
of folks who do not hide bombs under
front porches.
That is all of our plain words. In
the drive on the terrorists you can
count on those of us in the uniform of
the United States for the frontline
Open diplomacy is one of Mr. Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's fourteen points, yet a member
of the American delegation in Paris,
in discussing the complaint made in
the Senate concerning publication of
the treaty in Germany and charges
that copies were in the hands of New
York bankers, said the delegation had
not violated the pledge made to other

powers not to give out the treaty un until
til until it is completed and will not do so.
He added that so far as he knew Ger Germany
many Germany had not been requested to keep
the treaty secret as such a request to
an opponent would not be in con conformity
formity conformity with accepted diplomatic
practices. All of which is right and
proper, but there is nothing like open

diplomacy in it. As for the Germans,

if they are circulating copies of the

treaty in this country, they are act

ing with their usual treachery and

disregard of decency, and it is more
than probable that the copies they
send here are perverted to suit their

interests. Members of the United
States Senate who accept such copies

as authentic are both silly and un

. Federal road aid was met, a two-

mill tax for roads imposed, the con

victs placed on the public roads, re

strictions were thrown around the
state highway department, traffic on
the roads was. regulated by law and
a constitutional amendment was sub submitted
mitted submitted to the people providing that

the legislature may bond the state

for not exceeding five per cent of the

total tax valuation of Florida at the
time of issue, for meeting future fed federal
eral federal road aid.

The automobile tax refund bill, to

pay to the people all licenses unlaw

fully collected in 1918, passed both
houses, all amendments agreed to.

A farm colony for feeble-minded

was established.

The Calkins revised general statutes

were approved and appropriation
made, for publishing them.

All of the state institutions at Tal

lahassee, Gainesville, St. Augustine,
Chattahoochee, Ocala and Marianna,

were liberally appropriated for.

Two new judicial circuits, the sev-

ents and twelfth, were created.

Liberal appropriations were passed

for hog cholera serum, citrus canker

eradication and university extension.

Federal aid for agricultural and in

dustrial education was met.

A new revenue bill was passed, but

the franchise, or corporation tax bill,


A constitutional amendment was

submitted providing for the taxation
of intangible property such as money

deposited in banks and the assess

ment of all property according to its

ability to pay.

The child welfare or mother's pen

sion bill became a law.

Docs will be taxed: males SI. and

females $2.


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Wise and Otherwise
When a watch runs down it stops
working. Few folks have that much


How crlad we are not to have lived

in the twelfth century; because (even

tho we are just past twenty did we
say?) we would have been forced to
acknowledge that we were a "Middle
Age Lady."
All the prohibition papers are howl howling'
ing' howling' because the superdreadnaught
Tennessee was christened with a bot bottle
tle bottle of wine, regardless of the request
o'" the governor of Tennessee that wa water
ter water be used. Oh. well, what has it
hurt? Someone says that in all prob probability
ability probability the ship will be on the water
wagon the rest of its days one sher sherry
ry sherry bath won't hurt her prow.
Cotton is going higher. Yes, and
theY girls are wearing their dresses
longer. The chances are the dear
things will continue to wear them
"much longer" if the cost mark keeps
running up the scale two or three
years longer at least.
A grown up 4 calendar says: "Be
pleasant until ten o'clock each morn morning
ing morning and the rest of the day will take

care of itself."

Gov. Hobby of Texas considers the

border situation very bad and asks

the war department to call out the
First and Second brigades of Texas

cavalry and mobilize .them at threat

ened points. This tender-hearted ad administration
ministration administration is reluctant to hurt Mex Mexican
ican Mexican feelings, so we doubt that Hob-

Dys request will be granted. Texas

could protect herself if the govern government
ment government would turn her loose.

A year ago the Germans were

fiercely striving to straighten their

me on the IMoyon-Montdiddier salient.

They used 200,000 men on a twenty-

mile front but gamed little ground
and that at heavy loss. French and

Americans met this attack.

Who is' your favorite composer?

said a young dude to the popular
young lady with whom he was enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying an ice cream soda.
"Wagner," replied the sweet young
"You must be a student of music,"
remarked the dudelet with his most
pleasant grin.
"No not specially. I just mention mentioned
ed mentioned Wagner for the sake of relieving
myself of conversational strain. If
you don't like Wagner, you wont
want to hear me say another word."
"And if I do?" says he with a level
"I know men well enough to know
that you will want to do all the talk talking."
ing." talking." A geographical distinction accord according
ing according to an exchange runs like this:
"Yes, Siain."
"All right; 111 Fiji."
It is a whole lot easier to keep your
mouth shut today than to apologize
tomorrow; but few women think that
"Some bug among the railroad offic officials
ials officials has the idea that fresh air is
poisonous and has ordered that Pull Pullmans
mans Pullmans be hermetrically closed," said &
poor fat friend of ours Easter Mon Monday,
day, Monday, who periodically has to do the
lampwick circuit through the heart
of two of the leading southern states.

m m m
The older inhabitants are firm in
the belief that the winters are slip slipping
ping slipping southward. While we have had
some cool days, we have had nothing
like the rigors of the northern section
o fthe country, and despite the reflec reflection
tion reflection we are yet the Sunny South.
Charles of Austria is said to spend
hours staring into space. Well, if he
were in Ocala he would be charged
regular space rates.
The log book of Columbus is" said
to have borne repeately the entry,
"This day we sailed on." That is all.
Behind him lay defeat; ahead of him
lay hope; and aboard ship distrust.
(Concluded on Third Page)


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on a monument or Head Headstone
stone Headstone to mark tho last rcst rcst-'
' rcst-' ing place of your loved
N. Magnolia St.

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have an eye out
also for the name
That name Is your pro protection
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Imitations Just as the
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at the lowest price
The way to insure this
is for every good Ameri American
can American to be as thrifty as pos possible.
sible. possible. Labor and raw ma materials
terials materials should be devoted
to useful, necessary arti articles.
cles. articles. Buy only what you
need; get full 1 value for
everything you by. Invest
carefully. Small sums put
into Thrift or Government
Savings Stamps help to se secure
cure secure peace for the Nation
and to secure future for
Munroe & Cliambliss
National Bank
Ocala - Florida


If you have any society items,
please phone One-Two-One (121).
Miss Myrtle Brinson is acting as
stenographer for the Board of Trade.

Mr. W. W. Condon has gone
Washington on a business trip.


Tomatoes 9 cents a pound at W. A.



Mrs. William Barrett and little
daughter Stella, have gone to North
Carolina to spend the summer.
No appetite? Then take a bottle of

I PEPTONA. Only one dollar at Gerig's

Drugstore. 28-tf,


(Concluded from Second Page)

But in the face of fear and suspicion
and tradition Columbus "sailed on."
The lesson is one for life.

Mrs. George Pasteur and children
expect to leave about the first of July
to spend the summer in New Hamp Hampshire.

runs them celan out of the house. Sold
enly by the Anti'Monopoly Drug
Stone. Phone 123. 28-6t

Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Johnson, who
spent last week camping at Lake
Weir, have returned home after a de delightful
lightful delightful outing.

Let me install a Delco System at

your country home. L. A. -Gabel,

dealer, Ocala, Fla. 27-6t

The home of Mr. Henry Livingston

was entered Saturday night by a ne negro.
gro. negro. The man was plainly seen by
Mrs. Livingston, but before any one

cuuld find a gun he was frightened

and made his escape.

We close Thursday afternoons dur

ing the summer months. Marion

Hardware Co.

Local Agent for the
About the new Life Policies now
being written by this grand old

! When You Want I
J First Class J
pressing club
: service :

We call for your work and
make prompt return delivery.

Smith & Garrett, Props.

The fire alarm Sunday afternoon
was caused by a grounded wire at the

home of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Stroud.
It made a little blaze and a good deal

of smoke, but was put out in-a few


Dr. Watt's office is now in the Hol

der block. Office phone 510; residence

phone 503. 2-10t

Rev. Smith Hardin of Ocala was a
visitor to Lakeland today, looking
after his valuable property interests

here. Lakeland Telegram.

Rev. Smith Hardin, who went to
Largo to attend the annual district

conference, returned to Ocala Satur


runs them celan out of the house. Sold
only by the Anti-Monopoly Drug

Stone. Phone 123. 28-6t

Lieut. Morris Smith, who landed at
New York about two weeks ago, was
met at Camp Merrit by Mrs. Smith,
and they are now visiting in New
Haven. They will be at home in

Jacksonville soon. Lieut. Smith ar

rived in France just in time to take
part in the fiercest fighting of the

war. It is not necessary to tell his

friends he did his full duty.

Fancy Peaches 65 cents per basket

at W. A. Stroud's. 9-3t

Healthful, thirst quenching
Orange-Crush has won admirers

mong young and old. Order an
ice-cold bottle.
, Orange-Crush is obtainable' by
the case wherever soft drinks
are sold. Our modern bottling
machinery assures absolutely the
purity of Orange-Crush.
5c by Hie bottle -Less
by the case

Dr. R. D: Fuller brought to the Star

office today an account taken from a

Weiser, Idaho, paper of the death by

drowning of Edwin, the nine-year-old

son of his brother, Mr. J. J. Fuller,
who was a resident of this city a
score of years ago. The little fellow

fell into one of the great irrigation
ditches and his comrades did not miss

him. The body was not discovered

till next day.

. "The Hell Cat" was a long time

coming, but when it arrived at the
Temple Saturday it was fully up to
expectations. Geraldine Farrar and
Milton Sills make a magnificent team

in the shadow drama. That old fav

orite, Henry Walthall, will be on the

screen tonight in "And a Still, Smal

Voice," beside which there will be one

of those riproarious L-Ko comedies

vivacious Uonstance laimadge in

"Experimental Marriage," "and. the

International News will be the attrac
tions tomorrow.

Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Honey than any other
costr2o city.

The friends of Mr. Hubert Ten-

Eyck will be delighted to know that
he will spend a ten; days', furlough

with his parents, Mr. and Mrs M. A

TenEyck. It his been just 14 months
Since Hubert was home and this
respite from his duties is due to the

drydocking of his ship, the U. S. S

Neptune. Hubert arrived, at Ports Portsmouth
mouth Portsmouth just in time to hear and see
the explosion of the hydrogen plant

in the navy yard at Norfolk and led

by a lieutenant a body of men from

his ship who went to Norfolk to look

rendered valuable assistance in aid

ing the injured and clearing away the




Ocala, Florida


his aunt's that is, the little boy's
aunt's about 18 miles south of the
city, to spend a month or so to enjoy
the country and frolic around as mon monkeys
keys monkeys so love to do. On this particular
charming morning the monkey went
across the common to see one of
"aunty's" dearest neighbors and found
her in the kitchen making cake, which
pleased his monkeyship very much,
for he did love to sniff the delicious,
spicy flavoring. So as he sat amon
the flowers in the sunny window near
the table as ."auntie friend" stirred
and mixed, the lady bethought herself
of something m the dining room, and
a? the swinging door closed too be behind
hind behind her, the monkey's funny bone be began
gan began to itch for mischief and suiting
the thought to immediate action, into

"Don't take onto your heart more
than you can kick off your heel," said
a comforting friend Thursday. after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. But it was hard to see the
train go round the bend and have to
sit and smile.
Whisper 'it, sing it, say it by phone,
everybody's happy to have the soldier
laddies home.

Twas the day after Easter, and all

hrough the house, the children were j the cake bowl he plunged a handful
old to be still as a mouse, for grand-lot salt, following it by a generous

ma and father and Unkie Jim and! shaking of pepper. A leap to the op-i

not the flue, but the effect of having, fiom his morning nap and resenting

as the little boy said, "gormandized I the intrusion and impudence in mis

secoDiously" at the festal board. chief a fight ensued, resulting in

poor monkey s neck being broken.

The Florida Chief says "If you want

tc help some fellow who is down and A newspaper is a wonderful institu

out, shove a few kind words to him tion, especially your home paper. It

instead of canned advice, and some- heralds to the world your ingress to

times put in a few grits and shackles life. It tells of your entry into school,
of silver for good measure. It all land mentions your birthday parts

helps to stamp your image indelllby I when you arrive at sweet sixteen, or
in his memory." And keeps the train maybe before. In time it announces

from leaving you. your graduation from high school,

and starts you to college. When you

Sentiment in a man is of no ac- return it mentions your first job, and

count if it does not come forward to eventually tells of your marriage to

strentrthen him for the better dis- the sweetest girl, or vice verca, iiv

charge of the duties which devolve the world, and also mentions the ad-

unon him in the ordinary aaffirs of vent of your hrst born. It sympa

ife. Ithizes with you in your sorrow and

I laughs with you in your joys, and

There is a lot of apple in apple but- when you die, it does its level best

er. and sometimes of late we find to get you through the pearly gates

cts of butter in buttermilk. with unscorched .wings, and heaves a

I sigh with the world that so soon for

We ate so many praties during the I gets you.

war that every time we look a spud in

the eye the little critter has to wink

and smile.

A popular contemporary, who evi

dently eats dried apples for break

fast, drinks water for dinner and

swells up for supper, gives us the fol-

owing pleasing information in regara

to the' difference between "dried ap apples"
ples" apples" and "dehydrated apples." He
says: "The principal difference is

about ten cents. Uf course its the long RATES Six line maximum, one
named one that catches the exclusive time, 25c.; three times, 50c: six times
people, while the ordinary title "dried 75c; one month $3. Payable in ad-

apple" is so blamed blase that it car-jvance

ries a bad flavor for the finickv. But.

all the same, he savs: "Don't those M-Uii une. Dull pup, white, ears

good old dried apple pies taste good trimmed close, tan cut short; about

Gee, when they have a crust as flaky gnt montns old. Keasonabie reward
as springtime and as white as a snow- lor his return. G. W. McKinney, N.

-a i ii a j 1 1 I rantrp nT I irn a -H n

dash of cinnamon and allsnite. iust

enoueh to eive it a zest bv collv. IFOR SALE Ford truck in first class

there's no dessert that's finer. I like condition. See this if you're in need of

to talk about 'em, and and hear about a truck as 11 3 a ood one and Wl11 not

'em, even if I can't eat -'em today.'




be here long. Blalock Bros., 107 Ok;.

lawaha Ave. rhone 78. )Y6

Castor oil seems to be the only

"beverage" that is exempt from tax

Bright Bits' "fifteenth of June wed

ding is to take place in old Virginia

on the twenty-fifth, the latter date be

ing more suited to the little girl

FOR SALE 1917 Buick Six roadster.

First class conditon. See Blalock

Bros., 107 Oklawaha Ave. Phone 78.

WANTED A white woman without

children to help in small boarding
he use. Apply to Mrs. Holly, 113 S.

wVm 1nnV sn lit- iinfr tfco fAm Second street, city. 9-6t

the very top of a frosted ice. cream


m m m

The best thincr to do these hot sum

mpr Hava (hut tinf. tho pqiW) i n noon, binder will

laugh at all worries that belong tostar "ce

yourself and the other fellow.

LOST Leather strap and holder for

a lady's wrist watch, between Gerig's

drugstore and postoffice, Friday after-

please return to


WANTED Lady wanted to work in

The tongue of a devil, once it gets restaurant. Apply to American Cafe

loosens its hold or withhnlfla ifa tpr-

rible, horrifying lashes. FOR RENT Spend the hot summer

. imonins on a oeauiuui lane in an or-
Snare the cats and swat thw t. anSe grove. Completely furnished cot-

Uncle Sam says that a pair of rates lojated on an elevation over-
in five years have been calculated to JooKing Lake Weir; boating, fishing,

increase at th rate of 940.3fi9)fi9. earning oi me pesi nne Dreeze;

This same nair nf rates in nnp vpnr rates moderate. J. H. Jacoby, Weirs

Aiiiaaie, ria. o-oc

cities in the south and west are plan

ning "rat" camyaigns.

Let "extermi-kOST Three foot bamboo fishing

nat. thf rat" h vnnr Rnmmpr Klnn-an I rod, somewhere on the streets today,

. -.-o .1 J

I xeiurn 10 o tar ouice anu cet rev. aru.

"TTert. von Httlp. Miip-pvpH. rottnri-

WANTED Room in refined private

stand vou've eot to be eood. You un. home where there are young people.

derstand me, when I tell you your Address, Box 342, Harrington Hall

AaAArr la miff in n. in or nf 1-1 onrif- Vi I nOiei. O O fc

UUUUJ A9 UlrbiUg AAA .AAA gif ibbUI
iinstairs for ponvenienpe. and if von I

rion'f -mA mo norooftor tty rrr I FOR SALE Four room cottage

ing to fairly take the skin off that J;01"11 improvements. Located at 18

little hide rack of yours; do yer hear "azei 5ireet- APPiy lo" I iurscy, next uuur. o-ofc

A nrl tVip anrlfpl nlrl nnrsp -fpll nvpr

ir her chair fairly exhausted. "May- f 0R SALE Cedar posts, seven feet
hP. she mnrmnrPH in her a?onv. IonS- Apply to J. J. Reaves, North

' v I -v i r r a A

,-n v,i vcaia.

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night you didn't introduce him to me.
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to him."

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more than an amusing story, and the

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the -maid's grievance was not a real
one or that her expectations were



Fitting eyes
with glasses.

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J2 specialty.
- tj,Vl& Ocala. Fla.


Mclver. & MacKay

One of the sweetest little boys in all DNDERTAHERS and EKIBAUIESS

Ocala is mourning the death of his PHONES 47. 10-1. 285

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No charge for delivery of caskets anywhere day or night.
Licensed Embalxaers
Office Phone 10 Night Phones 225 or 423


Our facilities for repairing all
makes of aucomobiles are complete.
Whether your car is in need of a gen general
eral general overhauling or only minor re repairing
pairing repairing we can do it jat a very reason reasonable
able reasonable price ,and we guarantee satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction in every instance. We thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly wash up your car free after
making repairs.

Ft, King Ave. and S. Magnolia St.
Phone 117, Ocala, Fla.

Wow Is The Time To

elp Us Give You Good Service

We need jour help daring this hot weather. Everybody is calling
for prompt service everybody needs OUR ICE.
1 Do your share be sure that the ice man is not delayed at your
home have the ice money or the coupon ready when he comes
make it as easy for us to serve your neighbor as you want us to
serve you.
v We know jou will help us thank you.
Ocala Ice & PacMimgj Co.

Let Us do Your Family
Wash. All Flat Work
Returned Finished.


ri prions iqji

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The Ford Coupe, with its permanent
top, big sliding windows, generous
seating capacity, splendid upholster upholstering,
ing, upholstering, is surely the ideal, as well as the
most practical and profitable, motor
car for traveling salesmen, physicians,
stockmen, etc It means quick trans transportation
portation transportation without fatigue. It means
comfortable transportation regardless
of weather conditions. It means good,
long service at the minimum of ex ex-pence.
pence. ex-pence. Wise to give us your order
now. Price L o. b. Detroit, $650.

Phone 439


llll Ocala


You are cordially invited to attend
a moonlight splash party and water watermelon
melon watermelon cutting at Eastlake next Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening, June 11. Leave
Ocala about 7 p. m.
Isabelle Wesson, W. M.
Mr.. and Mrs. H. J. Borland and son
have returned from Daytona Beach.
Mr. R. L. Bridges is confined to his
home for a few days on account of
not sticky, will rub in dry. Particular Particularly
ly Particularly beneficial for sunburn. Sold by the
Successor to Gates Garage
We will close our shop on Thursday
afternoons except to sell gasoline and
Will be at



oiL 5-tf Bouvier's Garage.
II Ill !! H 1. 1. II
Use the Star want ads for results.

Veterinary Physician and Surgeon"
Residence Phone 501. Office Phone 123
Ocala, Florida.
Pats the "Crimp" on Bug
Activities and Other Evils
Keep your Fenole gun in ac-
tion and there will be:
No filthy roaches slinking
No bedbugs in your beds.
No mosquitoes, to keep you
No moth-eaten clothing,
rugs, ets.
- No ill-smelling sinks, gar-
bage cans.
. Your health will be better
and your health more even.
Housewives order FENOLE
? from your nearest retail store.
Retail merchants order FE-
J NOLE from your jobber. Re-
fuse the so-called "Just as
J good."
S. Pints (16 oz.) $ .50 I
Quarts (32 oz.) .75
J Half Gallon ,1.35 J
Gallon 2.50
v Mouth Sprayers free.
2 Large hand sprayers extra. J
Manufactured only by the
- 451 Riverside Avenue,
Eat ksa meat if Kidneys feel like lead
or Bladder bothers you Heat
forms uric acid.
Host folks forget that the kidneys,
. tike the bowels, get sluggish and clogged
and need a' flushing occasionally, else we
E&ve backache and dull misery in the
kidney region, severe headaches, rheu rheumatic
matic rheumatic twinges, torpid liver, acid stomach,
sleeplessness and all sorts of bladder dis disorders.
orders. disorders.
You iimply must keep your kidneys
active and' clean, and the moment you
feel an ache or .pain in the kidney
region, get about four ounces of Jad
Baits from any good drug store here,
take a tablespoonful in a glass of water
before breakfast for a few days and
your kidneys will then act fine. This
famous salts is made from the acid of
grapes and lemon juice, combined with
. lithia, and is harmless to flush clogged
1 kidneys and stimulate them to normal
activity. Jt also neutralizes the acids
in the urine so it no longer irritates,
thus ending bladder disorders.
Jad Salts is harmless; inexpensive;
makes a delightful effervescent lithia lithia-water
water lithia-water drink which everybody should take
now and then to keep their kidneys clean,
xthua avoiding serious complications.
A well-known local druggist says he
sells lots of Jad Salts to folks who believe
in overcoming kidney trouble while it is
only trouble.


T3reMlleageIecFeasei2 1

We have just received announcement that Good Goodrich
rich Goodrich Tire Mileage has been increased and in fu future
ture future the mileage will b&
On Fabric Tires 6000 Miles
On Cord Tires 8000 Miles
Auto Owners will readily see the immense sav sav-ing
ing sav-ing in using the Goodrich.

107 Oklawaha Ave.
k jfw". ."w". w w- w w 4? W. w w V
5 O V 3 "L ! -3 vT-1

Mrs. E. T. Helvenston and children

returned, last night from a weeks
stay at Daytona Beach.
Mrs. Keeffe has as her guest her
uiece, Mr. R. L. McCary and two chil children
dren children of Graceville, Fla.
Mrs. Frederick Hocker and son
have returned home from Daytona
Beach, where they spent the past
Eastman Kodaks and Films to be
had in Ocala only at Gerigs Drug
Store. .'. 28-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax. and
Miss Adela Ax expect to leave Wed
nesday for Baltimore, where they will
spend the summer.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Altar Guild of Grace Episcopal
church was not held this afternoon,
on account of the indisposition of its
president, Mrs. Arthur Davies.
. We close Thursday afternoons dur
ing the summer months. Marion
Hardware Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Thackerson, who have
been occupying one of the Blitch cot
tages, have moved to the cottage on
South Second street recently occupied
by Mr. J. Chas. Smith and family.
Miss Nellie Stevens is expected
home the latter part of the week after
a very pleasant three months spent
in LaFayette, Ala. Miss Stevens will
be welcomed home by her friends,
who missed her during her absence.
Just in, Lord Baltimore Paper in all
colors, 60 cents the box .at Ceng's
Drug Store. 28-tf
Several improvements have been
made at Silver Springs during the
past week, which will add to the at
tractions of this already popular re resort.
sort. resort. A nice, neat-looking restaurant
has been opened and a shoot-the
shoot was completed Saturday and
has already claimed numerous de devotees
votees devotees and is the source of much fun
for the bathers. The float that has
been in rather bad condition this
spring, has been repaired. Today Mr.
Carmichael starts the erection of a
30-foot diving tower, which will prove
a novelty to those who care for high
Miss Ella Scoble Opperman, direc director
tor director of the department of music at the
Florida College for Women at Talla
hassee, and her mother and father,
Mr. and Mrs. Opperman, of Cincinat-
ti, were in the city today en route to
the southern part of the state. They
are making an automobile tour of
the state. While in the city the party
were guests of Miss Irma Blake, a
former, pupil of Miss Opperman's.
Miss Opperman is recognized in edu educational
cational educational .circles as one of the best
musical directors in the South, and
has built up a most enviable reputa reputation
tion reputation Yor this department of the state
Advertise in the Star for results.
Phone 78
m fc.


Tuesday, June 10th
Wonderful Results Marvelous Dem
onstration in Chronic Disease
by the X-Ray
Electro Medical Methods
Word comes that the Electra Medi Medical
cal Medical Scientists will be in Ocala for one
day only.
This should be welcome news for
those who cannot conveniently visit
the central laboratories at 117 West
Forsyth street, Jacksonville. Fla.
The offer to treat all those who call
on this visit absolutely free (medicine
excepted) is their original plan to get
their methods before the public quick quickly.
ly. quickly. The X-Ray has long proven itself
a most valuable aid in determining
actual ailments. This, combined with
the thorough and critical examination
made with delicate electric lighted in instruments,
struments, instruments, makes the diagnosis dou doubly
bly doubly certain, thereby enabling the cor correct
rect correct method of treatment to be admin- j
istered. It can be added that all ex examinations
aminations examinations are entirely free from
pain or unpleasantness ofany kind.
When you take into consideration
the remarkable successes being made
by the Electra Medical Scientists in
the relief and permanent benefit of
chronic ailments, there is absolutely
no excuse for chronic sufferers going
through life burdened and afflicted
with disease.
Naturally these people realize their
unfortunate condition and feel they
must" do something to get well; but
having been disappointed by old time
treatments and. useless patent, medi
cines, have become dubious, and are
seemingly indifferent in their further
search for health. It is just such peo
ple who are earnestly urged. to call.
Electro Medical Science means
comfort, happiness, long life. It means
good igestion, sound sleep, a celar
head, rosy cheeks, sparkling eyes, a
placid mind, content and a joy to be
Stimulates the body to activity,
brings about a purified blood supply,
the elimination of poisons, the
strengthening of the nerve centers,
bringing about an equalization of all
the bodily forces, returning thereby a
feeling of well being, health and
strength that is the rightful heritage
of every man and woman. This new
system eliminates useless drugs and
You have only yourself to blame
(now that you know the truth), if
you continue to suffer from rheuma
tism, uric acid poisoning, blood and
skin conditions, liver, kidney and
bladder complaints, bed wetting, gall
stones, ovarian and female troubles,
indigestion, constipation, catarrh,
asthma; bronchitis and the general
run down feeling following influenza,
enlarged glands, varicose ulcers, dis
charges, epilepsy, neuralgia or any ol
those diseases about which most peo people
ple people dislike to consult the general
practitioner or have done so unsuc
Bear in mind that this will likely
be the last visit when the doctors will
offer their examination and their ser
vices without charge.
Married women must be accom
panied by their husbands and minors
by their parents.
Remember the hotel, day and date
one day only.
Hours 9 a. m. to 3 p. m.

We have

OLBSMOMLE SIX, 5 Passenger

and one new
Let us demonstrate now, as prompt deliv deliveries
eries deliveries are hard to make.

According to Both Railroad and Local
Time Schedules
Seaboard Air Line
K. R. Time (Northbound) Local Time
Ar. Lv. Ar. Lv.
l:35p l:55p No. 4 12:35pl2:55p
4:05p 4:05p No. 16 3:05p 3:05p
.2:15a 2:20a No. 2' 1:15a 1:20a
Ar. Lv. Ar. Lv.
l:30p l:50p No. 3 12:30pl2:50p
4:25p 4:25p No. 15 3:25p 3:25pJ
2:10a 2:15a No. 1 1:10a 1:15a'
Atlantic Coast Line
(Main Line Northbound)
Ar. Lv. Ar. Lv.
6:42a 6:42a No. 10 5:42a 5:42a
l:25p l:45p No. 40 12:25p 12:45p
2:12a 2:12a No. 38 1:12a 1:12a
(Main Line Southbound)
Ar. Lv. Ar. Lv.
3:16a 3:16a No. 37 2:16a 2:16a
3:35p 3:35p No. 39 2:35p 2:35p
10:13pl0:13p No. 9 9:13p 9:13p
(Branches, Southbound)
Ar. Lv Ar. Lv.
7:10a 7:10a No. fl51 6:10a 6:10a
7:40a 7:40a No. J35 6:40a 6:40a
11:50a No. ftl41 10:50a
3:25p No. 49 2:25p
(Sunny Jim): For Wilcox, Mon Monday,
day, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
i(Sunny Jim):For Lakeland. Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday.
tJJJaily except Sunday from Wil
For Homosassa.
( Branches, Northbound)
Ar. Lv. Ar.
l:53p No. 48 12:53p
6:45p; v No. 1150 6:45d
10:48p No. 32 9:48p
4:45p No. tll40
.ttDaily except Sunday for Wilcox.
irom Jtlomosassa.
(Sunny Jim): From Wilcox. Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday.
tibunny Jim): From Lakeland.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Oklawaha Valley
Ar. Lv. Ar. Lv.
l:00p No. 71 12:00p
3:30p No. 72 2:30p
The Star will pay five dollars for
evidence sufficient to warrant the ar arrest
rest arrest of any person who takes a copy
of the Evening' Star from the prem premises
ises premises of any of our subscribers with without
out without the owner's consent.
pleasant, soothing and antiseptic lo lotion
tion lotion for use after shaving. Sold by
We are showing a fine line of
Bathing Caps. See them before buy
ing. Gerig's Drug tSore. 28-tf
W. K. Lane, SI. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Lihrary Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf
Arrival and Departure of passenger
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar
an teed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
Leave Arrive
2:50 am. J'cksonrlUe-NewYork 2:50 am,
1:56 pm. Jacksonville 3:06 pm.
4:07 pm. Jacksonville 5:10 p.n
l Tampa
2:50 a.m ) Manatee C 2 :50 am.
( St. Petersburg )
3:2f pm. Tampa-Manatee 1:41 pm.
5:10 pm. Tampa-fit. Petersburg: 4:07 pm.
Leave Arrive
2:12 pm Jckaonvllle-Nw York 2:15 am.
1:45 pm. J'ksonville-G'inesville 3:35 pm.
1:42 am. J'ksonTllle-G'nerrlll 10:13 pm.
3:15 am. St. Pet'abrg-Lakeland 2:12 au.
3:35 pm 6t. Pet'sburg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
:iuam. -uunneiion-wncox
7.40 am. "Du'nellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
5:25 pm. Homosassa 1:35 pm.
10:13 pm. Leesburg 6:42 am.
4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am.
Monday. Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.


on hand one new


Small Cars, up to live passenger, Wash Washed
ed Washed and Polished $1.00
Large Cars Washed and Polished 1.50


AimMimeeiM(E'iiiu f

I have sold my business known as
Gates Garage to Mr. II. C. Jones ol litis
city. All bills due me are to be paid to
me. All bills I owe I will personally pay.
I iurtber wish to thank my Iricnds and
patrons tor their most generous patron patronage
age patronage and solicit same tor the new lirm.
A. G. Gates


All makes ol Typewriters Sold, Bought,
Rented, Exchange and Rebuilt. Specialists
In Rebuilding. Wjrite or Phone.
Orlando Typewriter and Supply Company
226 S. Orange Ave. Orlando, Florida.

Schedule ol


Comior tablej Biis Will Until Further Notice
Run Between Ocala and Silver Springs on
Sundays and Thursdays on the lolloiving

Schedule, Leaving Ocala Irom Court House.

Thursday' ScKedule
Lr. Ocala Lt. Silver Sdets.
1:30 P. M 2:00 P. M.
3:30 P. 31 4:00 P. 31.
5:30 P. 31 7:00 P. 31.
7:30 P. 31 8.-00 P. I.
90 P. 31 10:00 P. 31.

Ed. Cannnficluaelj, Proprietor

Jacksonville, Florida.

In the heart ol the city with Hemmics Park for a front yard.
Every modem convenience x in each room Dining room service is
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $6.

liana ;er.
Aa advertisement placed resilarly


Next to the Fire Station,
Ocala, Florida
Sunday's Schedule
Lv: Ocala Lv. Silver Spgs.
9:00 A. 31 2:C0 P. 31.
1:30 P. 31 4:00 P. 3L
3:30 P. 31 7:00 P. 31.
5:30 P. 31 8:00 P. 3L
9:30 P. 31 10:00 P. 3L
in the Star is one way to zucczzz.

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