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Weather Forecast: Fair tonight;
OGALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1919.
5 LEADING FREW PREMIER
ACROSS OCEAN iSISTERS Will IN W.
AND ME AGA!
n f f
Attempt to Pat America in Virtual
Alliance with the
Washington, June 10 A resolution
to have the Senate declare it could
not concur m the league oi nations
provisions of the peace treaty, as now
drawn, was introduced today by Sen Senator
ator Senator Knox, republican, of the foreign
relations committee. The resolution
was referred to the foreign relations
AIDING THE ENEMY
The resolution was. offered after
Senator Knox held a conference with
Chairman Lodge of the committee,
and there is evidence it would have
the backing of most of those who
have conducted the fight against the
lofiftio If la nriflfrsf An1 in ho rIfSirTI-
ed as dfllcial notice to the peace con
ference that ratification of the treaty
in it3 present form is opposed.
Washington, June 10. The first
hearing on proposed protective tariff
legislation was held today by the
House ways and means committee
vith representatives of several indus industries
tries industries that sprang up during the war
seeKing 10 present uieir arguments.
JERRY AGAIN ON THE JOB
Tallahassee. June 9. Jerry W.
Carter was appointed state hotel com
missioner today to succeed A. L. Mcs
Kcr, whose term expired yesterday,
June 8. -' .V
Soon after his inauguration, Gov.
Catts removed Messer from office and
appoitned Carter to succeed him.
When the extraordinary session of
the legislature convened, however, the
senate failed to concur in the suspen
sion of Mr. Messer, and Mr. Messer
wasT thereby automatically reinstated
in office. The legislature at the same
session passed a bill for his relief
which resulted in his receiving the
full amount of his compensation dur
ing such suspension. Mr. Carter wil
serve under his new appointment for
a term of four years. Times-Union.
NEED MEN FOR THE NAVY
og of. Pessimism Hangs Thick To Today
day Today Over the Council
Paris, June 10. The council of four
met today amid an atmosphere of
considerable pessimism over the
arger questions of peace making
vith Germany which are still unsolv
ed. It is understood that Premier
Clemenceau has not moved from his
position against any modification of
the peace terms. :
No settlement of the Silesian ques
tion or. that concerning the Polish
western frontier has been reached. It
is stated the Silesian problem is tied
up with the difficulty of holding a
plebiscite without allied occupation,
no troops being available for that
Editor Star; In justice to the peo
ple generally, and to nfyself I wish
to -make the following reply to Mr.
Ayer's communication referring to
the letter I had written Gov. Catts :
Fifty-six thousand, four hundred
and fifty dollars is a great amount, I
admit, for three men to pay taxes on,
and I congratulate Mr. Edwards upon
his success in this great property
gathering. And this is, a fifty per
cent valuation; total, 112,900, one-
third of which would be $37,633 for
one man. -Z.'-
Now, Mr. Ayer, do you tell me that
Mr. Edwards owns nothing individu individually
ally individually but an automobile that is tax
able? Has he no household furniture,
no horse, no cow to call his very own?
Encouraged by Success of Germany,
Will Try a Line of Bunk
on the Allies
Has Given Her War Minister Carte
Blanche to Attack
' (Associated Pres3)
Vienna, June 10 (By the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press.) The Austrian govern government
ment government is preparing an answer to the
peace terms. It is understood the re reply,
ply, reply, will probably be evasive.
THEY DON'T KNOW WHAT TO
Berne, June 10. The German peo people
ple people should stop believing that by de declaring
claring declaring the government will not sign
the peace treaty, Germany is likely
to gain better terms, George Bern Bern-hard
hard Bern-hard declares in the Berlin Vossiche
Kem, North Russia, June 10. Al Allied
lied Allied seaplanes attacked four Bolshevik
craft on- Lake Onega yesterday.
Bombs dropped by the aircraft didn't
hit the boats, but the machine guns
carried by the planes raked the decka
of the craft and the boats fled.
GONE TO JOIN THE GHOSTS
Berlin, June 10. The death of Ad Admiral
miral Admiral von Holtzenderff, head of the
German' general naval staff during a
greater part of the war, was announc announced
ed announced today. He had been on the retired
list since last August.
ARMY ENLISTMENTS 1
San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua, June
10. The Nicaraguan government is
reported to have confidential informa information
tion information that the Costa Rican minister of
war recently obtained from the con congress
gress congress of that country authority to de declare
clare declare war on Nicaragua. The autho authorization
rization authorization is said to be in a form which
would permit him to make the decla declaration
ration declaration at the opportune moment. As
Costa Rica forces are now advancing
from Santa Rosa, near the Nicara Nicaraguan
guan Nicaraguan border, it is supposed here the
declaration has already been publish published
ed published in Costa Rica.
British Preparing a Big Dirigible for
the Longest Flight Ever
IMPROVEMENTS AT THE PLANT
Enlistments in the -regular army
are for the following: Infantry, cav cavalry,
alry, cavalry, field artillery, coast artillery,
When you take my returns you ask signal corps, medical corps, quarter quarter-me
me quarter-me about all these things. Do you master corps, engineer corps, motor
intend for the public to think that transport corps tank corps and air
Mr. John L. Edwards sits on stools, f;:" ""ZJ
eats from pots and keeps up the an- "utul V
infantry and re-assigned to the branch
cient tradition of his bed of straw to
repose on at night ? Do you tell me 7 "i
ii x orr .no i iuesireo.
uiui u man worm $ji,ooa iias iiu
property of value in his house and no
No man, married or with depend-
4. lowance, Will be enlisted. Enlistments
am not personally acquainted with ...
the Mr. Edwards in question, but I
am of the opinion that-he and
brothers do not house together
The navy is in need of 200,000 vol
untccrs for the year of 1019. All
branches of the service are open.
There is great need for mechanics of
all kinds, also clerical men, musicians
and hospital corps men. Now is your
chance to get in the service, see the
world and get what you want. Chance
for promotion is greater than has
ever been the case in the history of
our navy. We also grant 30 days
leave with pay to all discharged sol
diers, sailors and marines who enlist
within four months after date of dis,
charge. Pay ranges from $32.00 to
$78 a month, all depending on what
you can do. Age limit, 17 to 35. For
further information see the recruit recruiting
ing recruiting offices, Room 311, 4ostoffice bundl bundling,
ing, bundling, Ocala, Fla.
T. M. Kilgore, Ch. E.
Go to the filling station for your
gasoline and see what you get.
0-10-tf AUTO SALES CO.
are for one year for men with pre
vious service, and for three years with
no' previous service. Prior service in
Personally, Mr. Ayer, I like you,
or for three. Age limits, 18 to 40 in
the line, and 18 to 55 in the staff
a Ik tvt;wii ; uia the A. E. F. Only colored men with
but you sometimes make mistakes.
You are no more infallible than' the
rest of us. I would like to cite .you
A. D. Mitchell's real estate m this
place. Would this not lead one to be-
r,,. i i:vo country, or for cavalry in the Phil Phil-one
one Phil-one piece of property, you in like!,.
previous service will be enlisted, and
then for cavalry or infantry in this
Superintendent Martin and his help helpers
ers helpers are hard at work tryjng to put the
city plant in the best available shape
and are succeeding very well.
Sir. Cl R. Downing, the expert from
the Skinner factory, has put the big
uniflow engine in order and started
it to running. It was only run for a
test, however, it being desired not to
use it until the condenser is in order.
This is expected to be soon, the nec
essary apparatus being rapidly put in
The oil tank has been lowered into
its bed to the north of the plant and
it is hoped to begin using oil as fuel
in a few days. The sooner the better,
foi Monday morning the plant did not
have enough wood to run on until
New York, June 10. The mam mammoth
moth mammoth British dirigible R-31, assigned
to begin a flight from England to the
United States, via Newfoundland,
about June 20th, probably Kvill at attempt
tempt attempt a return cruise if the wc-ward
voyage is successful, British s tation
officials connected with the Lnture
declared on their arrival here today.
COX HASNT RESIGNED
Illinois and Wisconsin Legislatures
Ratify the Equal Suffrage
Springtield, June 10. The Illinois
legislature today ratified the federal
woiran suffrage amendment, the
Senate unanimously and the House
with throe dissenting votes.
Madison, Jane 10. The Visconin
legislature today ratified the suffrage
Actual Peace ILs Now lkn V
Until the First
assess Otnerl m, nnnnn a "c
properties .as I believe you have m be enlisted in the followin yranches:
manner might fail to
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 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 f u t ure for
Munitoc '& Chambllss :
Malional Banic -; ;
this particular instance?
R. L. Clyburn.
Summerfield, Fla., June 9.
I Infantry, cavalry, field artillery, en
gineers and medical department. En
listments will be for three years. En
listments for the Philinninps. Hawaii
NOT THE ONLY PEBBLES I nnrl "Prmamn Will Vio fnr fVTo ronra
or TllE UJiAUU and will be in the following branches:
Coast artillery, signal corps, medical
Our friends Hampton and Clyburn corps, cavalry, engineers and infan-
have pounded heavily on the Edwards try for Panama and the Philippines,
brothers 'for not paying any more I but not for Hawaii. 'Infantry for the
taxes than they can help. This is all Philippines is for assignment to
right, so far as it goes, but let no one I China. White cavalry for Hawaii,
think that these gentlemen are the! Colored cavalry and quartermaster
only pebbles on the beach. There ar corps for the Philippines.
plenty more in the same boawandjts Corporal James G. O'Brien,
a big boat. A citizen who has been Recruiting Station, U. S. Army.
looking over the books brought m a 1 Ocala, Fla., June 10.
list of other taxpayers who are also
letting themselves down easy. We Ed Tucker received half a dozen
would have printed it, only the citizen! Ford touring cars yesterday. If you
wouldn't sign his name to it. it want one, you had better step lively:
A. ? A f
wouia nave maae some prommem ciii-ine never Keeps them long.
zens squirm, it isn't altogether their
fault. One man, says, and we have
no doubt that he is truthful, that to
return his property, at its full value
at the present millage would bank-1 1
rupt him, and why should he stand up 1 1 1
whenvso many of his neighbors are If f
dodging. If we are going to reform! If
this tax business, let's all get together
and work together. If the county
commissioners will give the Star the j J
list, it will print every tax return in 1 1
the county and it would be mighty
The papers have had a prolonged
case of fidgets over the silver chev
rons issued recently to service men
whose duty was done in this country
and not "abroad. It all comes back to
whether the public has any real idea
of what the stay-at-homes did. The
information has been rather generally
spread abroad, but, of course," it may
not have soaked in. This may or may
not prove to be the last war of our
time. If it is, then the men stationed
here made possible our share in win winning
ning winning it, and are entitled to all the
credit that goes to the devisers of far far-flung
flung far-flung plans and to the builders of a
strong foundation. If it is not, then
the service men on this side of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic have fortified us for years to
come against dangers of being unable
tc plcy our part effectively in the
next war. Thanks to them we know
exactly how to plan, locate and build
any sort of a military establishment
from an airplane factory to a cooking
school for army cooks; how to esti estimate
mate estimate for, buy, make and move each
and all of the 100,000 or 200,000 sep separate
arate separate sorts of things that modern
army has to have, how to raise and
handle men, and so on. The mind
reels in trying to imagine the vast
amount of typewritten memoranda,
photographs, blueprints and other
documents which record all these
practical details of how to save our
nation's life in time of peril. The
United States plans no war, harries
no man's cattle and grudges no one
his own, but if the time ever comes
again when Bryan's rhetorical mill
ion freemen have to spring to arms,
they will know how. We owe that to
the wearers of the silver chevrons.
(Tampa Times) j
"I have not, nor do I expect to re-
sign from my position as state health
officer," said Dr. W. H. Cox in a state- i
ment to the Times today. Dr. Cox also
stated that he considers himself the
duly constituted health officer regard regardless
less regardless of the report of the special sen senate
ate senate investigating committee, and that
he did not leave Tallahassee with the
expectation of, resigning.
Continuing, he said: "Dr., C. T.
Young and I have had a talk and we
fully understand each other. Dr.
Young. left yesterday f or Tallahassee,
and on his return tomorrow or Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday he will probably have somo
statement to make to the public."
Asked if he and the governor had a
conversation before he left Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee that caused the governor or any
one else to give out the statement that
he had agreed to resign in favor of
Dr. Young, the present health officer
stated that he and the governor had
a conference, but that he did not re resign
sign resign nor did he tell the governor he
Representative A. C. Hamblin stat stated
ed stated today' that he talked with Gover Governor
nor Governor Catts just before leaving Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, and it was- the governor's im
pression that Dr. Cox would resign.
"Governor Catts asked me to see Dr.
Young for him, which I did," said Mr.
Dr. Young left at noon yesterday
for Tallahassee at the request of Gov Governor
ernor Governor Catts, according to C. T. Flet Fletcher,
cher, Fletcher, president of the state board of
health. Both Dr. Cox and Dr.
Hamblin also stated that Dr. Young
left for Tallahassee yesterday for a
conference with the governor.
It is said that Governor Catts told
Dr. Cox he would not sign another
pay warrant and that the governor
considers the office of the state board
of health vacant. Dr. Hamblin said
today Attorney General Van C.
Swearingen told him that the office
of state board of health will be de
clared vacant within a few days
Mr. Frecker refused to talk this
morning more than to say a meeting
of the board will be held within the
next ten days, and that he expects
some positive announcement to be
made with the return of Dr. Young
from Tallahassee. J. E. Graves, one
of the three board members, is ex expected
pected expected in Tampa tomorrow, and if he
gets here Mr. Frecker says he will
probably .call C. E. Earnest, the third
member of the board, over long dis distance
tance distance ,and ask him to come to Tampa
for a conference.
METHODISTS ARE RAISING
STACKS OF MONEY
Chicago, June 10. The Methodist
joint centenary campaign for one hun hundred
dred hundred and five million dollars passed
the goal today, officials announced.
The total today was more than one
hundred and six millions, with six
large sub-divisions yet to report latest
Paris, June 10. The sijr,;r(; i. f
1st. and its ratilicut.oa by ti:o w..
parliaments before August L
predicted today by the -Echo I'..
It expects the an: v.cr to
cuunter propucials to to i;.,n
probably i'tiday. The course t l
Germans, it thinks, will be u ix
the Sch.crde.mann govcrr.mvut br brother
other brother in case the present guwrr.:.
determines not to sign ii.e uik.
the Allies liualiy present then:.
AN INTERESTING MELON'
Fancy Peaches 65 cents per basket
at W. A. Stroud's. 9-3t
MEETING IN TAMPA OF
Dr. K. J. Weihe returned Friday
from Tampa; where he attended the
meeting of the Florida Optical Asso
During the meeting a series of
educational lectures were delivered
and clinics conducted by Mr. W. W.
Diedcrich of Kansas City, a noted au authority
thority authority ,on optical subjects, which
were of great value to the progres progressive
sive progressive optometrist who is always de desirous
sirous desirous of giving his patients the very
The association was tendered two
banquets, one by the Florida Optical
Co. of Jacksonville, and the other by
the Tampa optometri&ts.
. Dr. Weihe made the trip by auto,
going by way of Brooksville and re returning
turning returning by way of Orlando. A side
trip was made to Clearwater and St.
Petersburg, making a most delightful
outing. Accompanying Dr. Weihe
were Mrs. Weihe, his mother Mrs. F.
G. B. Weihe and Mrs. J. G. Swaim.
The former Ocala people met Vvere
Mr. and Mrs. Adcock and Mrs. U?
borne in St. Petersburg and Mr. W. V.
Wheeler and Mr. J. II. Brooks in
Three pastors met Monday morning
at the Methodist parsonage. Those
present were Rev. Smith Hardin, Dr.
J. H. Herndon and Rev. C. M. Brit-1
ain were present and gave wor
Yesterday afternoon at ir.c
uist church tiie Flower Mi.".-'-::
partment of the W. C. T. U. h
annual open meeting. The
was excellent and the pro::r..;.i
langed by the superhitemkt.t, 11,
W. Tompkins was carru J -::t :
.Mrs. Marcu3 Purvis &a.ng 'in
Heart of a Rose." Her sv.d
was never heard with more .'.
The recitations by Misses 11
Thomas and Lucile GissenJancr
beautiful. Misses Irene Tompki:.. Tompki:..-Ruth
Ruth Tompki:..-Ruth Rentz gave the musical
the program, which added rr.u I
attractiveness of the oceruicr:.
Mrs. George Martin told
origin of the "Flower Mi.-:L
started by,Mis3 Cassidy of L?-.;i
Ky., from her invalid couch a:. 1 :.
id by Frances Villard as a la lament
ment lament of the W. C. T. U. and L;..:
encircled the globe with Ha
messages of cheer.
Mrs. Van Hood gave a rcadir
ing the i tory of the outcome1 i i
liig a fragrant flower to a r:;.,u
was "down and out."
Probably the most i:.: : t
numbers were the two ori.,!:-.l
tions, on the evils of the ci i tt
Masters Colbert and IlavL 1
two fine lads had evidently
very closely into the subject a
scnttd it in a most convir.clr
These lads won the prizes .7
the W. C. T. U. during th
term. The union gave a ri. '..
of thanks to the boys for V...
Sirs. Osborne, the :7.cic;;t
thusiastic president of the unl
sidt?d. Whatever Mrs. 'Osborne
takes is well done and as pre:
the temperance union she is
best for her heart i3 in the
Rev. Smith Hardin, pa
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD
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 oar subscribers with without
out without the owner's consent.
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or 2 IS
Today: (instance raimade in
"Experimental Marriage," and Inter
Wednesday: Peggy Hyland in "The
Rebellious Bride," and Mutt and Jeff
Thursday: Mary Pickford in "Re-jH
becca of Sunnybrook Farm," and
Mutt and Jeff comedy.
Friday: Madge Kennedy in "A Per
fect Lady," and Hearst News.
Saturday: Violet Mersereau in "To
gether," and Sunshine comedy.
AND BEACH CLOTHS
In all colors, suitable for skirts and dresses,
for Thursday Morning Only.
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tain, with Mr. Hardin in the chair.
C. M. Brittain was elected secretary.
Dr. Herndon reported for the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church and each of the othei
pastors for their respective churches.
All agreed that the summer weather
and Sunday attractions were interfer interfering
ing interfering with church and Sunday school
attendance, and various measures
were discussed looking towards in increasing
creasing increasing interest in these vital mat matters.
ters. matters. Much regret was expressed over the
fact that Dr. Herndon is soon to
leave Ocala. At the same time this
minister was congratulated over the
prospects of his new field of labor.
He expects to leave about July 15th,
spending a few days in Tennessee be before
fore before going permanently to hi3 new
charge in Winston-Salem,'N. C. The
latter is a college community and af affords
fords affords opportunities not found else elsewhere.
where. elsewhere. The-chairman of the conference
was instructed to write a letter to
Rev. W. H. Wrighton, who recently
severed relations with the ministerial
fcrces of this city, expressing our ap
preciation of his services to the com
munity and our best wishes for his
success ana nappmcs3 in his new
After discussing various matters of
religious interest, the conference ad
jcurned. Smith Hardin, President
C. M. Brittain, Secretary.
. ANGELES ADVANCING
OCALA LODGE NO. 2S5, R P. O. EL
Ocala Lodge No. "2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, xnets f J
the second and fourth Tuesday eve
nings fai each month. Visiting breth-
ren always welcome. Lodge rooms! If
upstairs over Troxlers and The Book If
Shop, 113 Maui street.
J. H. Spencer, E. R.
E. J. Crock, Secretary.
ORDER OK PASTERS STAR
Ocala Chapter No, 23, O. E.
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at S o'clock.
Mrs. Isabel Wesson, W. LI.
Mrs. Susan Ccck Secretary.
encouragement and commendutr.-r
the women engaged in thb r.
At the conclusion of the Tru-
many bouquets were taken to th
and the "shut-ins" in the Lc-'pit:;!
hemes of the city.
The following excellent rc-pc t
submitted by Mrs. Tompkin, s !;':.
her zeal and activity durir' the
six months of service:.
One hundred and twcnty-lH e
quets sent, to the sick nnd thut
55 text cars, 120 visits, 20 cutin cutin-garments,
garments, cutin-garments, $-13.75 used in the w
helping to nur?.e the sic
ZT delicacies, 10 floral
baskets of vegetables rent
poor,. 12 quarts of sv.-ctt ;;
quart3 of buttermilk, t,vo 1 :
fruit, three glarrcs of jellv
dozen Easter lilies Etnt to
Lieut. R. Lester- Marsh
charming wife, reached
newport News a few
met Mrs. Marsh in Atlanta, li
pects to return to Atlanta the 1
part of the 'week, to be muster. I
xi raso, June iu. r.verytnmg is
quiet this morning in Juarez, aero;
tr.e border, although some of the
Angeles forces are reported only ten
miles southeast of Juarez. There wa
a heavy exodus of Mexican residents
from Juarez to El Paso last night.
fearing the town would be captured
by V ilia f orce3.
POST FOR OCALA
. .I.;eut.-CoL Tcwnes of the regular
army, who has been here to establish
a recruiting station, has returned to
Jacksonville, leaving in charge Cor Corporal
poral Corporal J. G. O'Brien, one of the your
men wham the last two years has
made a veteran. Corporal O'Brien
has hijs cfTcc at Room C01 Federal
building. He will report directly to
LieuL-Col. Battgenlach with head
quarters in Jacksonville and in
charge of the recruiting service for
thi part cf the state. The army at
once wants fifty thousand men for
service abroad, giving that many ox
our young men a fine chance to .cee
foreign countries. It will also look
after the interests cf discharged or
crippled soldiers, and all cf thoe in
county who want advice
L T. LZLAH, GAI1Y
li' ihould at enre fee Corporal OTricn.
CAT T ?3Trir ? o
When You Y.'ar.t
' We call for yor
i make prom -!--w
a J .A. a U
Smith a CmittlU.
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1919
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The republican majority in the
Uenate is working hard to give Wood
ow Wilson a third term.
A vear aco. seven hundred thou-
and Americans were reported in
France. Between three and four hun-
ired thousand were on the front line.
vhich without them would have been
:roken. ; '" ":
forgive them that when you find out
that it's not their fault. You can't
expect much coolnes of mind from a
cow that is compelled from birth to
maintain upon her person and fur
nish subsistence to a closely adhering
colony of from twenty to thirty mill
ion cattle ticks, with each individual
tick trying to beat the world's record
as a burrower."
Looks like we will get back to corn-
no n sense time the last Sunday in
)cto be r. -Tampa Tribune. ;
Common sense time is standard
ime as near sun time as possible.
People who can't get up early without
in act of Congress are weak minded.
W. W. Flournoy has announced
kirn self a candidate in next year's
primary for the office of United States
;enator. We expect Mr. Flournoy is
loing this in order to try to get even
vith Gov. Catts. lie has no chance
f election himself, but he may lessen
Watts' chances somewhat.
A visitor to Florida wrote the fol-
owing description for a magazine of
national circulation. It is a pretty
;ood description of a tick-infested
:ow, and anybody who reads it can
Uee what sort of an advertisement it
3 for our state: "By way of light
ing that up a little, let me flick in the
remark right here that Florida cows,
;hewed upon as they are from cradle
to grave by the cattle tick, are con con-a:eniUiI
a:eniUiI con-a:eniUiI simps, meaning that they're
foolish from the fetlocks up. You
The Star said, the other day, in
speaking of the haste of the governor
and some of the suffragets to induce
the legislature to endorse the Susan
B. Anthony amendment that it would
not be legal until the president had
signed the measure. A couple of our
best-posted lawyers say we were mis mistaken,
taken, mistaken, and they certainly should
know. According to Article I. of the
constitution, and which we consulted
before making the assertion, "Every
bill which shall have passed the
House of Representatives and the
Senate shall, before it become a law,
be presented to the president". Our
legal friends inform us that the su supreme
preme supreme court has decided that this pro provision
vision provision does not apply-to a joint reso resolution,
lution, resolution, such as was passed by Con Congress
gress Congress regarding the equal suffrage
amendment. This, however, doesn't
excuse the precipitate haste of the
governor and the suff s. For one thing,
they had no official notification that
the measure had passed. Press dis dispatches
patches dispatches generally tell news correctly,
but they are not evidence until cor corroborated.
roborated. corroborated. For another, our state
constitution, forbade this legislature
from acting on the measure, and lit
does seem that the governor of the
state of all men should know it.
I! Ill Will .. I I"'
Ther was a tax assessor in an ad adjoining
joining adjoining county who told the voters
during the campaign that he was go going
ing going to assess them for everything in
sight during his term of office. The
good citizens thought he was talking
thru his hat, as candidates generally
do, and elected him. But he kept his
word and soaked it to them for eve eve-thing
thing eve-thing he saw or heard of. And in the
next campaign they backed the
freight train over him.
It seems to the Star that the Unit United
ed United States Senate has acted with bad
faith and discourtesy in ordering the
copy of the peace treaty obtained
from a newspaper correspondent put
in the Congressional Record and
printed as a public document. This
copy of the treaty was obtained from
the Germans, who themselves acted in
bad faith and violated a gentleman's
agreement in giving it out. More More-lover,
lover, More-lover, it is possible that they pervert
ed the text. 'The action of the Sen
ate seemed inspired entirely by rank
partisan prejudice toward the presi
dent. It is disgracing the entire
The board of public instruction has
decided not to increase the terms of
the Marion county high schools from
eight to nine months. We think it has
acted wisely. We don't believe in a
nine-months school in this climate.
Also the merit of a scholar depends
on his or her efficiency. If any of
our high school graduates who desire
to attend our state colleges are refus
ed admittance, let our school board
mandamus the said college, and we
think it will be found that a Manon
county high school certificate backed
by a vigorous mind will win. The as
sociation which prescribed this rune rune-months
months rune-months course has no legal power
lover our schools, and our own people
are the best judges of what their
schools should do.
At its recent meeting, the Marion
county school board passed the fol following
lowing following timely resolution:
"Since certain information has been
presented to the board of public in
struction of Manon county, appar
ently showing a great inequality in
the assessment of personal property
in Marion county, while realizing that
this board cannot and does not desire
to assume the functions of equalizing
the tax assessment, yet we respect
fully petition the board of county
commissioners ,to look into this mat mat-ter
ter mat-ter very ; thoroughly and to do all in
its power to properly equalize the
assessment in accordance with the
laws of Florida."
If you have any society items,
please phone One-Two-One (121).
Union Bible study class meets at
the Presbyterian church Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Capt. J. D. Brown leaves Thursday
for New York on a short business
trip, before resuming his duties at
Camp Humphreys, Va.
,Go to the filling station for your
gasoline and see what you get.
6-10-tf AUTO SALES CO.
Miss Ethel Horne returned home
yesterday from Danville, Va., where
she has been attending school at
Mrs. J. W. Davis, who has been o..
cupying Mrs. Kate Brinkley's home
on Oklawaha avenue, expects to move
next week into the Anderson flat.
Just in, Lord Baltimore Paper in all
colors, 60 cents the box at Gerig's
Drug Store. 28-tf
Dr. H. C. Dozier is expected home
Thursday and we are glad to say that
he will have received his discharge
and intends to resume his practice.
The two small sons of Mrs. Kate
Brinkley will return home next week
from school. Mrs. Brinkley will go
to Dowling Park next week to bring
We close Thursday afternoons dur during
ing during the summer months. Marion
WASU Um AUTOMOBILE
Small Cars, up to five passenger, Wash Washed
ed Washed and Polished .... 51.00
Larqc Cars Washed and Polished 1.50
B. F. COmUDOM
Next to the Fire Station
FJ w Is flie ,'Time To
Seto Us Give foil Qui Service
We need arour help during thiU hot weather. Everybody is calling
for prompt cervice everybody needs OUR ICE.
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
We know jrou will help us thank you.
sals flee & F&eMm C
In Arcadia at their last election
some peculiar voting was done on the
matter of Sunday closing. The pic
ture shows are allowed to run on
Sunday afternoon but not at night.
The drug stores and cold drink
stands are allowed to remain open and
sell anything they wish, and people
even voted to allow the garages to sell
j gasoline on Sunday. Then the school
teachers are also allowed to get out
after dark now in Arcadia, as the cur curfew
few curfew order which was established was
removed after two weeks' operation.
Arcadia people must be adepts at
attending to other people's affairs.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, who has for
some years very efficiently filled the!
office of county demonstration agent
for this county, is retiring, but ad
vises that the work be carried on. The
Star differs with Mrs. Moorhead. She
has done well, but we don't know who
i will come after her. We do not think
the office is a necessity, and we do
know that it only hits the high spots.
j There are thousands of girls in this
county that it never touches, and we
I think their homes are the places for
them to learn this art anyway. It is
better to take the money and use it in
teaching children to read and write.
Dr. Lincoln Hulley, has announced
as a candidate for governor. We are
I sorry he has done so not because we
would not like to see Mr. Hulley
governor, for he would adorn and
dignify the office; but because his
support must come from the same
element as that of Cary Hardee. There
are indications of a repetition of the
same conditions that brought disaster
to the state three years ago a big
field of fine, sane, capable men,
against one radical with the inevi
table probability of the radical win winning.
ning. winning. Lakeland Telegram.
Food for thought in this.
The board of public instruction, at
its recent meeting, voted to increase
the salaries of 'Marion county teach
ers, as nearly as possible, by ten per
cent. It was resolved to raise the
maximum salaries of those holding
third grade certificates to $50 .a
month, and those holding second
grade to $60. These increases seem
1 to the Star to be just and necessary.
NOTICE, EASTERN STARS
Mrs. H. M. Hampton and children
and Mrs. Edward Morgan, who are
staying at the lake, having taken one
of the Connor cottages at North Lake,
are having a most delightful time.
Mr. Ed Anderson, formerly empoly empoly-ed
ed empoly-ed as foreman at the Gates' garage,
is now doing auto repair work at the
Dodge garage. Mr. Anderson is fully
capable of handling this work, hav having
ing having worked at this business for ten
years, coming here from Dakota.
Go to the filling station for your
gasoline and see what you get.
6-10-tf AUTO SALES CO.
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Is all automobile quite up to the standard of the handsome,
hardy, big Moon Six-66.
This means six-cylinder loots, elasticity of power and aU -Ground
superiority at the average 'quantity Four price. It also means the
economy of a sturdy, smooth-running car that is easy on tires and
gasoline because it is a true-to-name liht Six.
AU automobile that's vhat ve said 114-inch vrhedbase
' Continental motor graceful 8 wee p of body line, with double
cowl and stylishly high honeycomb Tedder radiator smartly
slanting windshield solid valnut instrument board, front
and rear Spicer joints Timten bearings.
rant to shov you this car and take you for a ride in it.
louvier Brites ST cala, Fia.
Miss Mary Bull, who has been the
efficient trimmer at the Affleck Mil Millinery
linery Millinery Parlors, has returned to her
home in St. Augustine. Miss Bull's
friends will be pleased to hear that
she intends to return to Ocala the
Lieut. C. H. Lloyd, who has made
several brief visits in Ocala the past
week; went to Jacksonville, yesterday
to attend to business, and where he
will be until the end of the week. He
will spend the week-end with his wife
in this city and will leave Monday for
Camp Gordon, Atlanta, where he ex
pects to receive his final discharge
and immediately return to Ocala.
Eastman TTndalcs nnA "Films fn hf
had in Ocala only at Gerig's Drug
RECOMMENDED BY UNCLE
SAM FOR MALARIA
Quinine, One of the Three Ingredients
of the Famous Malaria Medicine,
Dr. Williams No. 101 Tonic
The United States Public Health
Service at Washington recommends
quinine for malaria, to which every
reputable physician agrees. This is
one of the ingredients in the popular
malaria medicine, Dr. Williams' No.
101 Tonic, which is prescribed by
quite a number of prominent sphysic sphysic-ians
ians sphysic-ians thruout the malarial belt. They
say they get better results from it
with their patients than if they pre prescribed
scribed prescribed straight quinine. Dr. Will Williams1
iams1 Williams1 No. 101 Tonic not only contains
quinine, which kills the malarial
germ, but also iron, which is a splen splendid
did splendid tonic and increases the appetite.
The third ingredient is magnesia,
which regulates the bowels. Dr. Will Williams'
iams' Williams' No. 101 Tonic is therefore a
well balanced, efficient remedy. Try
a bottle. Your, druggist can supply
Go to the filling station for your
gasoline and see what you get.
6-10-tf AUTO SALES CO.
Our facilities for repairing all
makes of automobiles are complete.
Whether your car is in need of a gen general
eral general overhauling or only miner re repairing
pairing repairing we can do it at a very "reason "reasonable
able "reasonable price ,and we guarantee satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction in every instance. We thor-
oughly wash up your car free after
Service Station for Moon, Maxwell,
Chalmers and Oakland Cars.
OPEN 6 A. L to 10 P. M.
Ft. King Ave. and S. Magnolia St.
Phone 516, Ocala, Fla.
play in a man's 4l
inis is tne age w.
of efficiency. vC Ev
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Honey than any other
contraor la th dty.
You are cordially invited to attend
a moonlight splash party and water
melon cuttmg at Eastlake next Wed
nesday evening, June 11. Leave
Ocala about 7 p. m.
Isabelle Wesson, W. M.
WILL CLOSE THURSDAYS
That means a range where the steel used in construction
is lighter gauge, the gas cocks lighter weight, than
standard practice demands in a good gas range.
Now some reputable manufacturers are cutting the price
cf their gas ranges; but to meet this cut, they arc selling a cheaper
grade of stove. You don't know it you can't see it but it's there
and will show up after a stove has seen service.
How are Yon to Protect Yourself?
Buy a Gas Range Guaranteed for
Five Years by the Gas Company ;
guaranteed to be of the best
procurable material and of per perfect
fect perfect workmanship and made in
accord with American Gas Asso Association
ciation Association Specifications.
In good looks
ing; Reason- Jrt
able P r ice v 4j3
the Eclipse fills
the bili. And
ef the manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers stand
beMa dour own.
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We must give our customers the
best possible service ; to do that,
we must give them the best Gas
Range we know about, that is
why we offer you the Eclipse.
We will close our shop on Thursday
afternoons except to sell gasoline and
oil. 5-tf Bouvier's Garaere.
Tomatoes 9 cents a pound at W. A.
No heated glass to take the
chill out of
Ssfferrag Deicribed As Tcrtero
Relisved by Bkck-DraGgbL
Rossvple, Gi. Mrs. Kate Lee Able, of
this place, writes: "My husband is an
engineer, and once while lifting, he in injured
jured injured himself with a piece of heavy ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, across the abdomen. He was
so sore he could not bear to press on
himself at all, on chest or abdomen. He
weighed 165 lbs., and fell off until he
weighed 110 lbs., in two weeks.
He became constipated and it looked
(ike he would die. We had three different
doctors, yet with all their medicine, his
bowels failed to act. He would turn up
a ten-cent bottle of castor oil, and drink
it two or three days in succession. He
did this yet without result. We became
desperate, he suffered so. He was swol swollen
len swollen terribly He told me his suffering
could only be described as torture.
I sent and bought Thedford's Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught I made him take a big dose,
and. when it began to act he fainted, he
was in such misery, but he got relief and
bega? 1o mend at once. He got well,
and we both feel he owes his life to
Thedford's Black-Draught will help you
to keep fit, ready for the day's work.
Try it! NC-131
Drink it at the fountain tn a
bottle, through a straw taken
from it3 Led of crushed ice. It
refreshes and satisfies.
1 t r
Qict our Soldiers and Sailorr a Job
eUhey Deserve IL
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1919
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It is a food. Every time you take, si
glass of Schlitz Famo you are taking
something to eat.
very cbmobund essential to the human
body is present in Schlitz Famo pro protein,
tein, protein, carbohydrates, mineral matter and
water the only factor absent being fats,
and they are formed in the body from
These elements repair and build
broken-down tissues and impart to the
body heat and muscular energy.
That's why we say Schlitz Famo is a
worth-while cereal beverage.
It is non-intedcating. It is healthful,
reireshing and satisiying. It has th
wonderful hop aroma.
Chv sale wherever soft drinks
are sold. Order a case from
Moses Grocery Co.
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1919
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
&&t-; -3- -3-
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Vann went to
Tampa Sunday for a short stay.
Mr. W. E. Fuller, a distinguished
citizen of Brooksville, is in the city
for the day attending to business.
Mrs. N. T. Lindsay of Blooming-
f fi n
Successor f o Gates Gsracjc
tx.TJ- TrH is visiting Viot ilantrlitor
RATES Six line maximum. oneKf,. xt v t-i,-.- r r-U t.-:
We have just received announcement that Good Goodrich
rich Goodrich Tire Mileage has been increased and in fu future
ture future the mileage will be
FaMc Tires 6000 Miles
Corel Tires 8000 Miles
Auto Owners will readily see the immense sav-
ing in using the Goodrich.
7hl StriO TYUYTlth X" P'Q TTQ Kin v nrl.
Vance. I c 1114iAi& smuuu ur uur
gasoline and see what you get.
V ANTED A colored Dresser at G-10-tf AUTO SALES CO.
once; gooa wages, lull time. Smith &
Garnett Pressing Club. Phone 13. 3t
1 TTDTT ATT
Mr. Charles Cullen, who has been
attending school at Sewanee, Tenn.,
LOST One v bull pup, white, earsfor the Pas term, has returned home.
trimmed close, tail cut short: about
eight months old. Reasonable reward Miss Irma Blake is giving her an
for his return. G. W. Mcginney, N. nual Piano recital this afternoon at
Orarnre St.. Ocala. Fla. 9-3t M-he home of her mother, Mrs. R. G.
FOR SALE Ford truck in first class
condition. See this if you're in need of N appetite? Then take a bottle of
a truck, as it's a good one and will not PPTOISA. Only one dollar at Geng's
hf hfre Ion?. Blalock Bros.. 107 OTT- Urug btore. 28-tf
lawaha Ave. Phone 78. 913t
Miss Elizabeth Wetherbee is antic
FOR SALE 1917 Buick Six roadster. gating a delightful summer to be
First class conditon. See Blalock spent with relatives In Boston. She
Bros.. 107 Oklawaha Ave. Phone 78. expects to leave about the last of
107 Olclaxvalia Ave.
SZ: .Z': .:-. 1 1? .-w-. -S, VwN 2 'SvSV:VSV"iVt';
WANTED A white woman without
children fo help in small boarding! Miss Agnes Burford, who has been
hcuse. Apply to Mrs. Holly, 113 S. attending the Randolph-Macon Worn
Second street, city. 9-6t jan's College in Lynchburg, Va., is ex
pected home the latter part of this
LOST Leather strap and holder for week.
a lady's wrist watch, between Gerigs
drugstore ana postomce, riaay alter- The Star is sorry to learn that lit
noon. Finder will please return to I
btar Omce. i-6Z Itrin. Vm Hpvplorf1 n rptotp rnsf of
FUHERAL DIRECTORS ondfcE LI B ALF.1 ERS
No char?? for delivery of caskets anywhere day or night,
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES Jit,
Office Phono 10 'night Phones 225 or 423
nneumoma. lhe doctors and nurses
tun bpend tne not summer are doing all possible for the little
; 11 1 1 I
monms on a Deauxiiui iaKe m an or-ione
ange grove. Completely furnished cot
tages located on an elevation over- nr. watt's office is now in the Hoi
looking Lake Weir; boating, fishing, der block. Office phone 510: residence
uaming ox ine uesu nne ureeze; I phone 503. is-10t
t i T XT 1 TTT I
rates moderate. j. xi. jacooy, vveirs-
dale, lla. 6-6t The friends of Mrs. G. T. Maughs
are delighted to see that she is able
LOST Three foot bamboo fishing to he out ao-ain after her serious ill-
rod, somewhere on the streets today. ness. Mrs. Maughs expects to leave
Return to btar office and get reward, shortly for a change of scene
WANTED Room m refined private
j I home where there are young people.
W e have on hand one new
OLDSMOEILE -5 .Passenger
and one new
OLPSMdDIBILE ;EII(EIHIT, 7 FasseimgieF
Let us demonstrate now, as prompt deliv deliv-eries
eries deliv-eries are hard to make.
mC W "W -' X. H "-: 1
Ail liii LiCU) lUiil liC CU LiUCii U U
It will be of interest to the friends
Address, Box 342, Harrington Hall 0f Mrs Campbell Gray, a former
hotel. 6-3-2t I resident nf Ocala. to learn she has
been elected president of the Woman's
FOR SALEFour room cottage, club of Rhinelander, Minn., for which
Modern improvements. Located at 18 office no doubt she will make &
Hazel street. Apply to Mrs. E. C. .ariahle and efficient officer. V
lorsey, next ooor. o-ot
We close Thursday afternoons dur
FOR SALE Cedar posts, seven feet -mz the summer months. Marion
long. Apply to J. J. Reaves, North Hardware Co.
Arrival and Departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIB LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-New York 2:10 am
1:53 im Jacksonville ( 1:30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pm
:1i m Tarrma.Manatp.
St. Petersburg 2:15 am
1:?0 am Tampa-'Manatee 1:35 pm
4:25 pm Tampa-t. Petersburgr 4:05 pm
and ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 pm J'cksonville-Nw York 3:15 am.
1:45 pm. J'ksonvllle-G'inesvllle 3:35 pm.
6:42 am. J'ksonTllle-O'nesvUle 10:13 pm.
3:15 am, St. Fet'sbrg-Lakeland 2:12 au.
3:35 pm fit. Pet'sburg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wllcox
7.40 am. Du'nellon-L'keland 1P.03 pm.
5 pm. Homosassa 1:35 pm.
10:13 pm. Leesburg: 6:42 am.
1:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
TuMday, Thursday, Saturday.
SUTO SPRIWGS-CCAIA BUS SEM
Comfortable. Bus Will Until FurUicr Notice
Run Between Ocala and Silver Sprinfjs on
Sundays and Thursdays on the folloivincj
Schedule, Leaving Ocala from Court House.'
I have sold my business known as
Gates Garage to Mr. H. C. Jones of this
city. All bills due me are to be paid to
mc. AH bills I owe I will personally pay.
1 further wish to fhanlc my friends and
patrons for their most generous patron patronage
age patronage and solicit same for the new firm.
A. G. Gates
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X: JUST RECEIVED A lot of Patent uiar Ocala boy, is in the city today
HI uasxings mat m au maKes oi vooiting greeting his many friends. Mr. Uird-
:yt Stoves. Send m your order now as I sev is now living: in lacbn, Ga., and
have a limited amount. Acme Stove I his score of friends in Florida will be
Ig I Hospital, 326 North Magnolia St. 29tfgiad to'learn that he is meeting with
much success in a business way.
WAN TED Your repair work on
guns, iocks, awa muwers, Mrs, William Hocker, who has re-
avx a. mam oi. Also Duy anu seu eet- -fl, reUiA fmm Hot SnrinfrsJ
We are showing a fine line of
Bathing Caps. See them before buy-
Mr. Angus Birdsey, a former pop- ing. Geng's Drug tSore. 28-tf
Lv. Ocala r Lv. SilTer Spgs.
1:30 P. 2:00 P. M.
3:30 P. M 1. 4:00 P. M.
5:30 P. M 7:00 P. IL
7:30 P. 31...
9:30 P. M...
.... 8:00 P. M.
....10:00 P. 31."
Lv. Ocala Lr. Silver Spgs.
9:00 A. 31.; 2:0 6 P. 31.
1:30 P. 31..... 4:00 P. 31.
3:30 P. 31 7:00 P. 31.
5:30 P. 31 8:00 P. 31.
9:30 P. 31 .10:00 P. 31.
Another shipment of the famous
Alma Zada Face Powre in at Geng's
Drug Store.. 28-tf
We close Thursday afternoons dur during
ing during the summer months. Marion
.UNDERTAKERS and EIIOALLIERS
PHONES 47. 104. ZZZ
ond hand furniture at 307 S. 3Iain St.
J. W. Hunter, the Locksmith. .13-tf
where she left 3Ir. Hocker, expects to i
join him about August 1st. She will
nwnmTnnioH Vv her Haiichtprs and
t i -o-i-i- o- i : I "-t "j
i,lgni Xjuick oix, uig uargaixi, pci-.. ,i or f, .-n fn tnnr thmup-h
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DIL G. A. H. EDMISTON
-von. TirC,v?o orri RnropnTi We close Thursday afternoons dur-
t. -j tit.- cm tv, loolinfir the summer months. 3Iarion
UCS1UCUV.C JL UUMC UUil Viuvb
hiftir' i wiih-fiiriwiT'ii rtiian.MV:.toiiimr niajiii.irtiiiiir1' -it- !Tr "-f11 ,,IIMi ir"-"iii:'ii:i"',w n h.i toiirtiiiiwaifwMMhitiMrtiiiiniiiiii mn mrmmmmmmss urn 11 1 fi iitf ifc. 1 1111 'iri i BT wmmmamm t0tmillAmillt
The picture, "And a Still, Small
at the Temple last night, was
most effectively presented by Henry
Walthall, Fritzi Brunette and other
All-Star actors. Tonight Constance
Talmage will be on the screen in "Ex
perimental 3Iarriage." Peggy Hyland
:ii 4. Ai- ri, n: TiJ
win urcseiib cue xwuemuus unuc
3Iiss 3Iarguerite Porter will leave
in a week for a summer vacation to!
be spent with relatives and in study.
3Iiss Porter will go to Tuscaloosa,
Ala., for a visit with her sister, 3Irs.
W. A. Collier and family and will then j
go to Chicago for a six weeks course
of study, after which she will spend
the remainder of the summer with her
sister, Mrs. Lyons in Des3Ioines, la.
Go to the filling station lor your
gasoline and see what you get.
C-10-tf AUTO SALES CO.
PURE, sparkling fruit beverage
with a flavor richly rare and
tempting. Orange-Crush contains
the full flavor of the natural orange
with an added champagne sparkle
produced by a special carbonating
process. Pure as the freshest fruit,
Orange-Crush is a far finer thirst-
5 cents the bottlel
quencher and much more delicious.
We suggest that you order a case of
Orange-Crush today for the home.
Obtainable wherever soft drinks are
sold; The product of our modern
bottling establishmen t,Orange-Crush
is the perfect family health-drink.
Less by the case.
3Ir. J. 31. Josey has purchased 3Ir.
W- C. Charles' interest in the Altman Altman-Charles
Charles Altman-Charles vulcanizing and auto supply
store in the northwest corner of the
Ocala House. 3Ir. Josey is an expert
vulcanizer and will give his personal
attention to the business. Besides
their regular line of auto accessories
the concern will take on several tire
agencies and the business will in a
general way be enlarged.
Mr. C. J Fauth, who lor some
years has been with the Theus Bros.,
furniture dealers, has gone to 3Iiami,
where he has accepted a position with
the Hirsch Furniture Company. 3Irs.
Fauth has reserved a room in the;
house that she until recently occupied1
and will remain in Ocala for awhile.
Later 3Irs. Fauth will visit in Jack
sonville and Georgia and then in the
fall will join 3Ir. Fauth in 3Iiami.
3Iiss Ava Lee .Edwards, one of
Ocala's briehtest eirls. a student of
the Florida College at Tallahassee,
gained honor for her county as well
as herself at the closing exercises of
the college a few weeks ago. Medals
were offered for orations to the senior
and junior classes, and 3Iiss Ed Edwards
wards Edwards won that for the juniors by
most excellently telling of the "Call
of the Rural Girl." All who heard her
effort pronounce it a splendid one, and
we have tried to secure it for publi
cation, but the modest young lady is
diffident about giving us the copy.
The medal was presented to 3Iis3 Ed Edwards
wards Edwards by 3Ir. Ed Wartmann, senior
member Of the board of control, who
voiced the sentiment of his county in
expressing pride and pleasure that it
had been won by one of Marion's
W. K. Lane, 31. Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nos and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
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These 16 Masvell Trucks
Rem 90,010 Miles; Total
Repair Cost, $830.59
'T is one thing for a motor truck to .show long mileage
on gas, oil and tires and quite another to stay out of the
repair shop. Maxwell trucks have become well known
for their obvious economy. This deals only with the repair
side of the Maxwell.
It is printed after the second mail of returns has come
in from a canvass of 10,000 Maxwell owners. The first
fifteen trucks examined showed a mileag of 109,700 at a
total repair cost of $313.07.
, These sixteen did not do quite so well, yet they hung
up the magnificent average of $.009 -f- per mile on repairs.
One ran 20,000 miles at a cost of $220; A second
covered 12,000 miles at a cost of $12. A third did 5000
.miles at a cost of $15. Another passed 4320 miles without
a penny's cost. Still another passed 3000 at no cost. Again
t a fifth did 4000 and no cost.
It is further proof of the contention that Maxwell trucks
are efficient in more ways than one: they run at small cost
and it doesn't cost much to keep them running.
A further analysis disclosed 15, 18, 22 miles to the gal gallon
lon gallon of gas, 200, 250, 275 miles to the gallon of oil. And not
a single owner among these sixteen hesitated
to state he would purchase Maxwells again
Maxwell is the efficient motor truck. Be Because
cause Because it earns its cost in a shrt time, and
saves many a good dollar in freedom from
Price for chassis $1085 f. o. b.
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