The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Sign Revised
Paris, June 19. While admitting it
has little direct or comprehensive in information
formation information regarding German attitude
toward signing the peace treaty, the
American delegation to the peace con conference
ference conference is optimistic in its view of the
situation. The delegate are not dis disturbed
turbed disturbed by newspaper reports from
Germany received here of an un unfriendly
friendly unfriendly nature toward the revised
Paris, June 19. The council of for foreign
eign foreign ministers is considering plans
for an inter-allied commission to ad administer
minister administer the port of Danzig, through
which Poland has been given an out outlet
let outlet to the Baltic Sea.
WHO IS 'morrison?
Paris, June 19. (By the Associat Associated
ed Associated Press.) The Amei ican peace dele delegation
gation delegation has accepted the resignation oi
Dr. S. E. Morrison, a member of the
section of Russian experts who repre represented
sented represented the United States on the Baltic
commission. Morrison resigned be because
cause because he didn't approve of 4 the ex exchange
change exchange of notes' between the Allies
and Admiral Kolchak, head of the
Omsk government, believing Russia
cannot be restored through allied co cooperation
operation cooperation with the Omsk government.
London, June 19. The flight of the
British dirigible R-34 to America has
been definitely postponed until Ger Germany
many Germany decides what she intends to do
regarding the peace terms.
London, June 19. The morning
newspapers f eatui e the British naval
and : other preparations in the event
Germany refuses to sign the peace
treaty and print under big headlines
official reports current during the
night. The grand fleet is again on a
war footing, it is reported, and ready
to sail for German waters on a
moment's notice. A Copenhagen tel telegram
egram telegram reports the arrival there of a
dozen British cruisers and several de-
stroyers, prepared to enforce the
blockade. '
Berne, June 19 (By the Associated
Press.)- The Catholic center party
was. victorious virtually everywhere
in Bavaria in the municipal elections
Sunday. The democratic and majori majority
ty majority socialist parties made a poor show showing.
ing. showing. -.' : ..-
Weimar, Wednesday, June 18. (By
Associated Press.) A special train
bringing the German peace delegation
from Versailles arrived here shortly
after midnight. The delegation was
angry at the hostile attack made upon
it at Versailles in which a consider
able number, instead of three as first L
reported, were more or less seriouslyi
Peal, England, June 19 Eight Am American
erican American steamers with food cargoes for
Germany, which were detained here
a few days, have, proceeded for Ger German
man German ports. It was reported previous previously
ly previously they'd be held here pending sign signing
ing signing of the peace treaty.
at the lowest
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 fall 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
arid to secure future for
: Cliamfjliss
National Banlc-"
.-"':' .Florida

A- VO- A


It Thinks, When It
to Last Minute- Will

Peace Terms
Watson of Miami Joins the Trotter
Before the Judges
- (Associated Press)
Miami, June 19. John W. Watson,
mayor of Miami, today announced
hi? candidacy for governor.
- i i H
" Anthony, June 18. A large crowd crowd-attended
attended crowd-attended the chicken supper given by
the Woodmen Circle at Sparr Friday
night. All report a good time.
While playing ball at Oak Saturday
Willie Hooks was struck by a ball but
fortunately was not seriously injured.
: Miss Donnie Sims of Ocala, who
clerks at Frank's store, is spending
her vacation with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. C. Sims of Anthony.
, Mrs. M. J. Connell and children of
Arcadia are visitors at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Connell.
Mr. Arthur Deas, who has just re returned
turned returned from France, is visiting hia
sister, Mrs. W. H. Deas.
Little Miss Blanche Leitner, who
has been attending school in Tampa,
returned home Saturday.,
v Messrs. Rogers Lyles and Harvey
Waters of Kendrick were in Anthony
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Brown of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville spent Saturday and Sunday
with Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Martin.
Rev. Thomas H. Williams of Citra,
preached an interesting sermon at the
Methodist church Sunday morning.
Sorry to learn Mr. Preston Martin,
who has been sick for several weeks,
is still unable to be out.
Mr. Newton Shealy of Arcadia is
visiting relatives here.
Miss Jocie Parrish of Ocala was the
guest of Mrs. H. A. Meadows last
week. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Roy McJunkin and
Mr. R. L.- Shealy left Sunday for
Demorest, Ga. v
Miss Cora Griffin, who has been
teaching in the Palatka high school,
returned home last week.
If ews has just been received that
Messrs. Arch Shealy and Wilbur Pas Pasteur,
teur, Pasteur, who spent several months in
France, have landed safely in thw
United States.
Mr. A. R. Griffin, while driving his
cows to pasture last Sunday morning,
was thrown from his mule and stun stun-ed,
ed, stun-ed, but not seriously hurt.
Mr. H. G. Shealy of Sparr spent a
few days in Anthony last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Graham have
received .cards announcing the mar marriage
riage marriage of their son, Goodwin to Miss
Margaret Moorehouse of Washington,
on June 14th.
Messrs. L. L. Priest, W. H. Martin,
C. A. Martin and F. W. BishoD have
een loading cars of watermelons sev
eral days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harroun, of
Tampa, came Sunday to visit Mrs.
Harroun's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
G. Lamb. Mr. Harroun returned
Tuesday to his business.
The "Old Maid's Convention," which
was played here Saturday evening,
proved quite a success. It was very
laughable and was enjoyed by all who
attended, especially the bachelors.
Fairfield, June 18. Mr, and Mrs.
T. D. Mack are visiting relatives
here. -
Miss Frances Kinard returned
home Saturday afternoon from Red
dick, after spending a while with her
aunt, Mrs. S. C. Mayo.
Miss Florence Capell returned to
her home at Eustis Saturday after
noon. She was accompanied by Miss
Irene Rou, who will be her guest for
Mr. W. H. Smith and family of
Martin, also Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Mack
and little son Carl, of Flemington,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. E
Mack Sunday.
Messrs. W. A. Yongue and Mr. W.
M. Thomas and family were visitors
at Island Grove Sunday.
Miss Geneva Geman of Gainesville
is viisting her uncle, Mr. W. M
Thomas and family.
Everyone is cordially invited to at
tend prayer meeting at the Baptis
church eevry Sunday night.
Sendees will be held at the Presby
terial church Sunday afternoon. Eve
rybody come.
Mrs. wesson win open a summer
school Monday morning, June 23, a
the high school building at nine
o'clock. 18-St

King Albert Shows Our President
Marks of Devastation the Ger Germans
mans Germans Left in His Country'

(Associated Press)
Brussels, June 19. President Wil Wilson
son Wilson began the second day of his Bel Belgian
gian Belgian visit this morning by motoring
to Charleroi with King Albert. The
king is expected to show the president
the destruction wrought by the Ger Germans,
mans, Germans, in 'the mines at Charleroi. Mrs.
Wilson did not accompany the party
as she was fatigued with yesterday's
journey. A luncheon at the American
legation, the appearance of the presi president
dent president in the Belgian chamber of dep deputies,
uties, deputies, and his meeting with Cardinal
Mercier at Malines, were a few of
the features on the day's program.
(Associated Press) t
Atlantic City, June 19.- The Amer American
ican American Federation of Labor in a resolu resolution
tion resolution adopted at its convention here
todav condemning what were declar
ed "usurpations by the judiciary"" of
the government's legislative and ex executive
ecutive executive powers, recommended that or organized
ganized organized labor disregard in junctional
decrees of courts on the ground that
such decrees violated rights guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed under the constitution.
(Associated Press)
Harrisburg, June 19 The Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania state senate today passed a
resolution ratifying the woman suf suffrage
frage suffrage amendment to the federal con constitution.
stitution. constitution. The resolution was sent to
the house where it will be acted upon
before adjournment of the legislature
' Come to the church tomorrow at 5
p. m. to practice for Children's Day
program, which will be" rendered at
8 o'clgck Sunday evening.
Candler, June 17. Flag Day was
commemorated by an appropriate
program which was rendered Frida
evening in the manse. Mr. George
Thompson was master of ceremonies.
Mrs. Albert McClain, assisted by Mrs.
Earl Marshall, led the singing, with
Mrs. George Thompson presiding at
the organ. Little Isabella Maloney
captivated the audience with an ap
propriate solo, which was joined in
at the last by a chorus of children,
who enthusiastically waved their
flags as they sang. This gathering of
patriotic people was fortunate in hav
ing with them Rev. Lawhon, pastor
of the Belleview -and Candler Metho
dist churches, who has been active in
Y. M. C. A. work and just recently
received his discharge. He not only
gave an interesting talk, but delight
ed his hearers with two vocal solos.
Mr. Henry Sylvester spent part of
the past wek in Cedar Keys.
Mr. Earl C. Marshall, who has
been doing his "bit" in active service
in France, returned home Saturday
Mr. Herbert Brown returned home
Saturday aiternoon Irom overesas,
after serving eighteen months in the
air corps.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are rejoicing
over tne return of tneir son irom
over there."
Rev. Lawhon preached in the Meth
odist church Sunday evening, by re
quest, and filled the regular appoint appointment
ment appointment Sunday morning. Both services
were well attended by appreciative
Mr. Bailey Gray of Tampa was the
week-end guest of his aunt, Mrs. E.
N. DeLong.
A silver medal contest under tht
auspices of the Belleview W. C. T. U.
was held in the Presbyterian church
Sunday afternoon. Special songs
were rendered by a choir composed of
Belleview young people, with Mrs
Clifford Crandall at the organ. Then:
were seven contestants who caused
the three judges, Rev. Lawhon and
Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson men
tal strenuousness, as they were all
good. Miss Catherine Feuchter re received
ceived received the medal.
Mrs. George Yancey has returned
from the hospital in Ocala and her
friends are hoping that the near
future will see her restored to her
usual health.
Mrs. William Hyde and four chil children
dren children left Sunday to join Mr. Hyde
in Venice, Fla., where they will reside.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Marshall have
as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Moody
of South Carolina.
Mr. Robert Mathews has returned
home from Fort Lauderdale, where
he has spent the past several w'eeks.
Mrs. Peter Fort is in Venice visit visiting
ing visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will William
iam William Hyde.
The patriotic people of Candler are
preparing to give a celebration for
their returned soldiers.
mere win be not rolls ana not cin
namon buns. Just follow the crowd.
Lawn swings $7. E. C Jordan
Company, Ocala. It

House and Senate Join in Ridding the
Country of Annoying
Freak Law

(Associated Prs
Washington, June. 19. Doom of the
daylight saving inaugurated as a war
measure, was pronounced yesterday
by 1 CongTess, both Senate and House
adopting by overwhelming votes
measures to terminate operation of
the law when the period, of summer
time ends next October 26.
Washington, June 1 19. Repeal of
the daylight saving law effective the
last Sunday in October was regarded
certain today as a result of action
yesterday by the Senate, and House.
The former adopted a repeal measure
as. a rider to the agricultural appro appropriation
priation appropriation bill, while the House passed
a straight repeal law and sent ti to
the Senate. The Senate bill now goes
to conference but it is expected the
Senate will adopt the House measure,
making if .unnecessary for the con conferees
ferees conferees to consider the agricultural
"bill rider.
Weirsdale, June 18.-Mr. and Mrs.
Jim DeVaney are. the proud parents
of a fine 8 -pound boy, born last
Thursday, June 12.
Miss Jessie Cameron spent Sunday,
June 8th, with her parents,. Mr. and
Mrs. A. N. Cameron," returning to
Orlando on the Monday following.
Mr. Turney Reed was up from Mi Miami
ami Miami last Saturday arid Sunday visit visiting
ing visiting his mother, Mrs. A, MJ Reed here.
Rev. and Mrs. H. L. Straub and
family left lasj; Thursday on their
journey to their home at Lehighton,
Penn. They were expecting to make
the trip by water and a pleasant trip
was anticipated.
Vt. and Mrs. E. B. Lytle are. enter
taining the former's mother and sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. Frank Lytle and Miss Mabel
Lytle. Their many friends here are
glad to have them with, them again.
Mr. A. R. Douglas of Shady was
the guest of relatives here last week weekend.
end. weekend. We hope the next visit will be
longer than the last... The bathing in
our glorious Lake Weir is great these
warm June days.
Our pastor, Rev. M. E. Gabard,
represented the Weirsdale Christian
Endeavor Society at the state conven
tion at Quincy last week from Thurs
day until Sunday. We are in hopes
the state convention will be morv
centrally located next year so that
more of us can have the pleasure of
attending it. The ladies here render
ed a special program last Sunday
morning on missions and temperance.
Mrs. Gabard prepared the program
and it was enjoyed by all. Miss Hazel
Kirk favored us with a solo, "Oh Zion,
Haste, Thy Mission High Fulfilling,"
beautifully sung.
It is a pleasure to announce that
another of our overseas heroes, Fred
Black, is expected home today. Words
fail to express" our pleasure upon see.
ing our boys coming home again, hale
and hearty, after faithfully complet
ing their commission in France.
Misses Iris and lone Walling after
finishing a successful term at the
Leesburg high school are at home
with us once more. How glad our
community would be if Weirsdale
could boast of a first class high school
and remove the necessity of sending
our young people away from home to
school. And how many more of these
young people growing up here would
get a high school education if we had
one here who are not in a position to
go away for it. We need our boys
and girls here at home but the best
is not too good for them. We ought
to boost for a first class high schooi
Mrs. N. Brown, Mrs. J. D. Walling's
sister, spent last week-end with her,
going back to Ocala Sunday after
neon. i
Fellowship, June 18. llere we
come again knocking for admittance
to the Star, one of the best papers in
this part of the state. We are glad
to report everybody well and happy
The rain .has ceased and the grass
is trying to get possession. We are
wrestling like men to keep it away
Miss Leone Hill of Reddick, was
the guest of Misses Lizzie, and Delia
Edwards for the past week, returning
home today. Miss Lizzie Edwards
accompanied Miss Hill home and wil
be her guest for several days.
Misses Carrie Barco and Ruth Er-
vin of Ocala were the guests of Miss
Fae Beck Saturday night and Sunday
returning home Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. C. C. Stephens returned home
last Friday after spending a week
with her grandson, Mr. C. B. Rawls
of Ocala.
About twenty-nve young people
gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
S. J. McCully Sunday evening and
spent two hours very pleasantly
singing and every one present enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed the evening.
Mrs. N. H. Lanier and Master
Howard were the guests of Mrs. La Lanier's
nier's Lanier's parents Monday.
Mr. iCecil Clarke and Misses Edna
and Susie Mae Counts of Ocala at attended
tended attended Sunday school at Fellowship
Sunday afternoon.'

Asked to be at the Board of Trade
Room at 8 O'clock to Back Up a
Movement for a State Road to
The merchants of the city are ask asked
ed asked to meet tomorrow night at the
Board of Trade room, at 8 o'clock, for
the purpose of backing the move to
have the route from Ocala to Tampa
along the Seaboard Air Line desig designated
nated designated as a state highway. As this
road reaches into Sumter county,
part of Ocala's trade territory, the
merchants of this city are directly
interested. Ocala failed to have rep representation
resentation representation at the recent meeting in
Tarpon Springs, when the road was
discussed before the state highway
commission. The proposed route is
i addition to the Dixie highway and
in addition to road No. 5, down the
west coast, already designated. But
it is believed that the road parallel
to the Seaboard, serving a large pop population
ulation population and running through a rich
section of 'the state, should be a state
road and have early construction.

Belleview, June 18. Miss Gertrude
Turner left Monday for her home in
New .York, where she will spend the
Miss -Marjorie Merrill, Kenneth
Merrill, Herman Smith, Mrs. J. A.
Freeman and daughter, Miss Ethel,
enjoyed "Rebecca of Sunnybrook
Farm," at the Temple last Thursday
Kenneth Merrill took an auto trip
to Coleman Friday.
' Miss Gladys Maier of Wild wood
was a guest of Miss Clara Mae Cros Crosby
by Crosby from Friday till Sunday.
Rev. Corr delivered two interesting
sermons at the Baptist church last
. Keiuieth Merrill returned to his
work in Jacksonville Sunday.
Mrs. Snow of Wildwood came up
Tuesday to visit her daughter, Mrs.
Dudley, who has- been ill for some
Mrs. Graham of Daytona Beach,
arrived Tuesday to spend a few days
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Mrs. C. W. Crosby received a mes
sage Tuesday requesting her to come
at once to the bedside of her mother,
who at the age of 84 years has been
stricken with '. paralysis for the third
Mrs. Maude Murray and children
of. Gainesville are visiting Mrs. Mur Murray's
ray's Murray's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. N.
William Fielding spent from Sun
day till Tuesday in Gainesville.
We are sorry to learn of Mrs. W.
F. Abshire's illness and wish for her
immediate recovery.'
Messrs. Herman Smith, Rex Nich
ols, Misses Dorothy and Mildred' Bax
ter, Eleanor Abshire, Marjorie and
Gwendolyn Merrill attended the mov movies
ies movies in Ocala Saturday night.
The Baptist Young People's Union
enjoyed a pound party at the' B. Y.
P. U. park Tuesday nights
Mrs. W. L., Smith had. a very se
rious accident Sunday when her horse
ran away, throwing her out. Mrs.
Elizabeth Neal and two children were
also thrown out, but fortunately they
were not hurt, but Mrs. Smith was un unconscious
conscious unconscious for some time. A physician
was immediately summoned from
Ocala and after making an examina
tion announced no. bones were broken,
but she is very lame and bruised from
the fall. Her. friends will be very
glad when she is able to be out again.
The many friends of, Mr. Kenneth
Redding are glad to see him home
again from over there. The safe re return
turn return of the boys is a cause of rejoic
ing for their home folks, but since
Mrs. Redding gave her boy to the ser
vice; she has lost her husband by
death and was left practically alone.
They also serve who stand and wait,"
and this little mother who has so pa
tiently waited, longing for the com
fort her boys presence could be to
her in her sorrow, how bravely she
has "served." Now her friends are re
joicing with her in his safe return to
Silver Medal Contest at Candler
The Belleview silver medal contest
ants held a contest at Candler Sun Sun-rlnv
rlnv Sun-rlnv pvpninc under the auspices of
the W. C. T. U. The following pro-
cram was given:
Sonp-. "All Ttound the World the
Ribbon White is Twined."
Sons-. "Enlist for God" Silver
Medal Chorus.
Then followed the selections by the
seven contestants.
Song, "The Rainbow on the Cloud'
Silver Medal Chorus.
Recitation, "My Little White Bas
ket" Mariemma Stanley.
Song, "Brighten the Corner Where
You Are" Silver Medal Chorus.
After much deliberation the judges
awarded the medal to Miss Katherine
Sonf "America."
Besides the contestants, Belleview
was represented by the silver meda
chorus, which is composed of silver
medal winners, also by Mr. Lahon
Sir. L Weihe, Mrs. D. C. Stanley, Mr.
David Stanley Jr., Sir. C. E. Abshire
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crandall, Mr.
Feuchter and Mrs. J. D. Harrell.

Railroad Administration
Spend $135,000 Advertisi

Florida Next

The United States Railroad Admin Administration
istration Administration will spend $135,000 in adver advertising
tising advertising Florida next winter. The rail railroads
roads railroads have already made plans, also,
for an increase in facilities, more and
better trains, to take care of the
heavy traffic which will undoubtedly
result from this extensive publicity.
The advertising plans include an il illustrated
lustrated illustrated booklet of the tourist resorts
of the state. Louis H. Chazal. secre secretary
tary secretary of the Marion County Board of
Trade, returned last night from. a trip
to Jacksonville, where commercial
secretaries from all 6ver the state
met with Mr. W. K. Craig, of Atlanta,
chairman of the passenger traffic
committee of the southeast. The meet meeting
ing meeting had been called by B. R. Kessler,
secretary of the Jacksonville chamber
of commerce, at the instance of Mr.
Craig. Mr. Craig told the secretaries
of the large appropriations made by
the railroad administration, and ask asked
ed asked for the co-operation of the com commercial
mercial commercial bodies, the hotel men's asso association
ciation association and similar organizations.
Mr. Craig was assured that his
committee would have the co-opera-tin
asked for. There was a lengthy
discussion as to what would be the
best means of co-operating. A plan
was set on foot to raise a large sum
of money in the state, among the
towns and cities, to reinforce the ap appropriation
propriation appropriation of the railroads. Just
what form this plan will take will be
announced later. Mr. Craig made it
clear that the $135,000 would be spent
in any event, regardless of whether
anything is done within the state.
The state, is not asked to meet the
appropriation. A committee of five
will be appointed to prepare a plan
for raising the fund in the state, and
for its expenditure. Whatever plan
i3 adopted will, of course, be subject
tr .the approval of the various organ organizations,
izations, organizations, cities and towns, as those at attending
tending attending the meeting in Jacksonville
yesterday were no authorized to ap approve
prove approve any plan.
The meeting in Jacksonville de developed
veloped developed a very broad spirit, a spirit
that bodes well for the future of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. There was a unanimous express expression
ion expression against sectionalism within the
state. It was pointed out that the day
has come when, the east coast and
west coast, central Florida and the
other sections of the state must work
ogether. Every one at the meeting
seemed to realize that this must be
done. The cities and towns must help
each other, and every secretary at the
meeting expressed his eagerness to
co-operate. The desire of th Jack
sonville chamber of commerce to work
or the state as a whole was express
ed by its president and its secretary.
The Jacksonville chamber of com
merce has a man whose business is
bring out everything he can about
Florida, keep on file all of the litera
ture about the state that he can get
iOld of, and answer the inquiries of
the thousands of visitors who pass
hrough that city.
Following the meeting with Mr.
Craig, the commercial secretaries who
Acre1 present took steps looking to
the organization ,of themselves for
mutual benefit and the furthering of
the interests of the state." At a date
to be named later, the secretaries
fiom all over the state will meet in
Ocaal to perfect the organization. The
meeting here will be a very impor important
tant important one. Besides a number of impor
tant talks by secretaries from the
Florida organizations, one or two of
ficials of the Southern Association of
Commercial Secretaries will be invit invited
ed invited to address the gathering.
Those present at the meeting were
entertained at a luncheon at the Sem
inole hotel as, guests, of the Florida!
Hotel Men's Association.
Resolutions adopted by the meeting
read as follows :
"Whereas, We 'representatives of
the various cities and communities in
Florida have learned with great in interest
terest interest of the intention of the United
States railroad administration to
spend a large sum in advertising
Florida; therefore, be it -"Resolved,
That we assure Mr. W.
J. Craig, representative of the Unit
ed States railroad administration,
that all Florida no east, no west, no
north, no south but all united, will
co-operate in a state-wide campaign
to assist the proper advertising of
Fldrida's great attractions.
"Second, that a committee of five
be appointed to work out "the best
plan for state-wide -co-operation in
this advertising campaign and report
to a meeting to be held later
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The following letter fn
Airnes Ellen Harris will L
be ci
interest, not only to club won:
also to her many Ocala friend.--.
Mrs. II. Hare! J.
Publicity Director for the I
Woman's Club.
Miss Harris Letter
To All Home Ecenomics Chiir
Florida Federation of Woman's 1 ;
It is with great regret that 1 i :
is much better for me and for r
people concerned in our Florid;: I
economics work, that I leave
state. For this reason I am co; t
Texas on the first of June.
Beginning in 1910, the first year -..1
my work in Florida, I have felt t
keenest sympathy and gfcatest t
operation between the club women
Florida and our home econcr ;
It has been my hope that tl.:r
would be an active home eccnemi:
department in each club, and t'lis Liz
about come to pass.
In 1912 I was invited to be en f:
home economics committee cf t
Federation of Women's Clubs, by !:
L. W. Duval of Ocala, who was c...
man of the home economics o
tee. Mrs. Duval was really U. ; c.;c
of much of our extension r:r!-( -cause
when I went to the I'
eration of Women's Cluh3 in 1C1C
the invitation of Mrs. ShacLI.d
who was then president, 2lz:. D
followed me out of the m
n r t-.
my talk had been cut down c:i re recount
count recount of lack of time on the pre :ri;:
and invited me to Ocala.
In Ocala in 1910, we had vht
really the first short course in t"
state of Florida, with lirs.
a sponsor, and Mrs. Hocker as a v;r,
delightful president.
After Mrs.' Hocker became pre:'
dent, she continued her co-epcrrt":
and in 1912, Mrs. Duval invited rr.s t
bo a member of the home tconcrr
Mrs. Leight Monroe followed 2Ir:
Duval and she again was kind cr.c :
to ask me to be on the coram itt co.
Mrs. Gary of Ocala followed :!r.
Monroe as chairman cf home eccne ra
les, and again she invited me to t
the committee, so I have really i
ed continuously on the home c
ics committee of the Florida Federa Federation
tion Federation of Woman's Clubs until this ynr,
when Mrs. Gary was forced to gl j
the work, and Mrs. Lewis wss Id
enough to ask me to chairrr-,i c
heme economics.
Our main work this year has tci:
lending assistance in the !.o!d:r-; r
women's short courses. A nurd, r
have been held and I am very j
to state that more than 1000 r v
attended these short course
took the entire course of t VCTirr
They attended every lecture, studied
bulletins and did all the work requir required
ed required of them. One hundred women took
My hope is that the same horn a
economics chairman will continue in
-office next year and that the honia eco
nomics department will be a p
1- 1 At a
ciicu ciuu ana inai regular mce
will be held throughout the year 1 7
the smaller groups," spending th V
time studying food, clothing cr.i
ter problems. Yours very tru!",
Agnes Ellen Harris,
Chairman Home Economics (IJntdl
Mrs. Lewis appoints my successor.)
Burbank, June .19. Mrs. F. Id
Chaffee and daughter, Ruth spent V'
week end in Ocala, return::: ;
Mr. Chaffee, who motored in '-
"Mrs. 31. W. Walls of Jlc1:-L ;
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Id:
Mr. J. E. Austin of Savannah
Burbank looking after his prc::d".
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wamcr rs r
joicing over the arrival cf a zzv:
I-ound baby gul, Geneva
Mrs. M. D. L. Graham and
Barton Walker were in Ocala
nesday on a shopping trip.
Messrs. II. I. and R. E. Tur:;;.r
in Grahamville attending to bv.
Mrs. Rafferty and Miss
Judae motored down frcm
ville Tuesday. They will"
i a 6
several days,. looking after !!
forty's property.
.Mrs. lckers h?,s as her 'r
sifters, Mrs. B. F. Proctor c:
K. C, Mrs. cf G:r
C, a cousin, llhs
N. C, and Miss Li
is also of Ralei-h.
There will be hot tur.s. Just f:


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uMU&ed-rivery Day Kxcept Sunday toy

It. II. Carroll, President

I.eave&g0O&, Scretary-TrMiirr

. J. H. BeaJamlB, Editor :-

himself. But he couldn't make more

than a bare living at it, so he quit and
went to if arming. He has a good

farm, anybody to look at him can see

lives on the fat of the land and he

showed us a bank book with a nice
looking row of figures in it. Moral:

the world doesn't treat ycu right,

ask for a different brand of treats.

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as

?eond-eia3 matter.


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Miami Metropolis prints a list
showing that the average wealth of a
Florida citizen is $2260. Somebody

else has about $2000 of our share.

An official report to the war de department
partment department said the Villaists attacked
by American troops near Juarez were

known to have lost 45 killed and 11

nrisoners. Casualties of the Ameri

can forces were two killed, two se

verely wounded, eight, slightly wound

it wouia pay tne city to put. a

motorcycle cop on duty. He could

collect money enough in fines to pay
his salary several times over, and he

might save a life or two. For this
town has a tragedy coming to it a

bitter tragedy, one in which the care

less public will be particeps criminia

lwemy times a day or more some
autoist drives his machine hellbent up

Fort King avenue. That narrow

street, just about wide enough for

two cars to pass abreast, is a regu

lar, speedway. The others are not
abused so much, but every hundred

yards of good going in town has its

sinners. The narrow escapes probably
amount to thousands it is so usual

to just miss being run over that few

people think of it. But some day
some driver with an uncontrollable
desire to be somewhere else in less
than the shortest space of time is
going to score a hit; and then maybe
the public and the city government
will put a stop to this wholesale
trifling with life.


this week for Asheville, N. C, to

spend the summer.

Messrs. A. L. and A. G.

spent Saturday in Ocala.

Mr. T. A. Blitch is shipping okra
this week.
Mrs. Cattie Davis of Inverness is
the guest of Mrs. S. H. Blitch and
Mrs. F. E. Fant
Mr. Blowers of Ocala called Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon.



Mr. R. L. Turner, state Inspector of
schools, spent last night in the city.
We nad a little talk with Dick, and he
reminded us of the good old times
twenty-six years ago when he and us
used to belong to the same Sunday
school class. Dick was a mighty
nice little boy, and he is yet.
John W. Watson, mayor of Miami
and member of the legislature, an announces
nounces announces that he will be in the guber gubernatorial
natorial gubernatorial race. Mr. Watson is an able
man, and has many friends in Ocala.
He would make a good governor, but
his-irruption into the race simply in increases
creases increases Swearingen's chance to win.

The usually placid Col. Bob Davis
rakes the Miami Metropolis over the
coals for its chronic grouch. The Me Metropolis
tropolis Metropolis had better heed Col. Davis'
lecture. It is an outsnoken naner

und stands un for manv frood things. I Rowena

But it3 ill-nature and prejudice, shopping in Ocala

Editor Star: Please give publicity
to the enclosed program, for the Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship annual W. O. W. picnic to be
held at Fellowship, Friday, June 27,
and accept that as an invitation for
you and youp office force to be with
us. Thanking you and trusting that
you can be present. Very truly,
, H. J. McCully.
Program -
Address on Woodcraft by Mr. C Ai
Hardee of Live Oak.
Special singing by the Gerig
Brothers of Ocala.
More recitations. ;
Addresses by Mr. W. W. Stripling

of Ocala and Mr. W. O. Brewer of

This program is not yet completed.

Everybody is cordially invited to at

tend and bung well filled baskets.

Refreshments will be sold for the

benefit of the W. O. W. and the W. C.
of Fellowship.

Editor Star: Allow me to remind
the people of Lacota and all their
friends of the annual picnic, which
will be held July 4. Everybody is ex expected
pected expected to come and bring wellfilled
baskets. Ice cream and cold drinks
will be plentiful. All who are present
will have a good time, so we hope for
a large attendance. Daisy Godwin.
Today: William Farnum in "The
Rider of the Purple Sage."
Friday: Rex Beach in "Too Fat to
Monday: Sessue Hayakawa in "The



Alice Brady in "Red-

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Prompt Delivery
: man STREET

RATES Six line maximnm, ons
time, 25c; three times, 50c:- six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in ad


FOR SALE A full-blooded White
Plymouth Rock rooster. Phone 121. Gt

FOR SALE 1916 Ford touring car,
$365; 1918 Ford touring car, $450;
Smith Form-a-Truck, $450. All over overhauled
hauled overhauled and in good condition. Dixie
Highway Garage, 121 West Broad Broadway,
way, Broadway, t i9-6t

ROOMS FQRV RENT Large, cool,
comfortable rooms, thoroughly screen screened;
ed; screened; bath room privileges. Rates reas reasonable.
onable. reasonable. Apply, to Mrs. A. M. Kichline,

239 Oklawaha avenue. 19

FOR SALE At a sacrifice, register-

ed Duroc Jersey hogs, fine boar and

sow. Apply to C. V. Roberts at Mc Mc-Iver
Iver Mc-Iver & MacKay or at 703 S. Pond St,

Ocala, Fla.' 18-6t

FOR SALE One four-year-old Jer-j

sey cow, calf at her side. Apply to H.
W.tHelman, Anthony Road. ,17-3t

Blitchton, June 18- Little Leone
Blitch Fant is better after a three
weeks' illness.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. H. Blitch and
Mr. Nathan Blitch of Morriston were
Sunday callers.
Miss Annie Pope Eagleton of Ocala
spent the week end visiting Miss Opal
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis and Miss
Mamie Fant of Irvine called Sunday.
Mrs. Sue: Mclver accompanied Dr.

and Mrs Davis home after spending

a week here.

, Misses Flora and Elizabeth McKay

spend the week-end m Ocala, guests

of their aunt, Mrs. E. A. Osborne.

Mrs. W. P. Hammons and Miss

Hammons spent Tuesday

which sometimes make it untruthful,

undoes a great deal of the good that

it. might do.'.

Cary Hardee, who seems to be in
the lead in the gubernatorial race,

will be here June 27, to deliver an ad

dress to the Woodmen on the occasion

of their gathering at Fellowship. Mr. I
Hardee i3 one of Florida's best posted

public men, and one with strong

claims to being a real statesman. As
many of our people as possible should!

be at Fellowship to hear him;

Gov. Cox of Ohio has done all he

could to stop the Willard-Dempsey
slugging match but the laws of his
state hamper him, somewhat as the

laws of Florida hampered Gov.- Mit

chell in his attempts .to stop the

Corbett-Mitchell mrize-fieht in Jack

sonville in 1893. The next legislature :

of Florida promptly put the stopper'

- cn priifi fights in this state, and Ohio

Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Blitch will leave

Acclcfsniy .'""'..' ;
Casual ty
BondSt':',; r.-"
fire and
life ,'''.. '' y
Ocala, Florida

PHONES 47. 164. tZJ

Veterinary Physician and Surgeon

Residence Phone 501. OfEce Phone 123

Ocala, Florida.

FOR SALE Two wheel Ford trailer,

three mosquito and rainproof folding
camp cots, one buffet. Phone 332. 3t

LOST Saturday, key ring contain

ing among other keys, one postofnee

box key. Return to Star office and get

reward- 17-3t

FOUND--Silver vanity box, with
chain attached and several stamped
envelopes. Same can be had by call calling
ing calling at Star office and paying for this
ad. V 17-lt

FOR SALE Light ;JBuick six, five five-passenger
passenger five-passenger car;' first class conditon;
fully equipped. Apply to R. R. Car Carroll.
roll. Carroll. Ocala, Fla. : 16-4t

WANTED Second hand furniture
(high i class) dining room and bed

room principally. Apply "Furniture,

Star, office, i 6-13-3t


FOR EXCHANGE Will exchange

152-acre farm in Sussex county, 'New

Jersey, 48 miles to New York city;
$75 per acre A. E. Woodcock, Hunt Huntington,
ington, Huntington, New York.- 6-12-12t

WANTED Six good plow hands and
ten men for clearing. Steady work for
satisfactory men at 19 cents per hour.

Pleasant, healthy place and good
treatment. Don't write. Just come and
ask for Mr. Brown and go to work.

Snrinir Garden. Ranch, DeLeon

Sprines. FlaJ 12-7t

JUST RECEIVED A lot of Patent
Castings that fit all makes of Cooking
Stoves. Send in your order now as I
have a limited amount. Acme Stove
Hospital, 326 North Magnolia St. 29tf


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Is all automobile quite up to the standard of the handsome,
hardy, big Moon Six-66.
This means six-cylinder looks, elasticity of power and all-around
superiority at the average "quantity" Four price. It also means the
economy cf a sturdy, smooth-running car that is easy on tires and
gasoline because it is a true-to-name lijjit Six.
All automobile that's -what vs said 114-Inch "wKecTbase
Continental motor graceful sveep of body lines, -with double
cowl and stylishly high honeycomb Fodder radiator smartly
slanting windshield solid "walnut instrument board, front
and rear Spicer joints Tunken bearings.
Ve vant to show you this car and take you for a ride in it.


loivier $i Bridoss

Phones 516, 187 and 393
Comer Ft. King and Magnolia

cala, Flo.













from Belleview. Well' improved, good
buildings; orange, pear, peach and
other fruit trees. Must sell on ac account
count account of sickness. For particular,
address C. E. Crandall, R. F. D. A,
Summerfield, Fla. 14-3t
WANTED Your repair work on
guns, locks, lawn mowers, etc at
301 S. Main St. Also buy and sell sec second
ond second hand furniture at 307 S. Main St.
J. W. Hunter, the Locksmith. 13-tf

FOR SALE 15-acre farm one mile

Broken or not, I pay $2 to $35 per
set, also highest prices for bridges,
crowns, watches, diamonds, old gold,
silver and platinum. Send now and
receive CASH by return maiL' Goods
returned if price is unsatisfactory.
IALTY, SPECIALTY, 175 So. Pearl St, Albany, N.
Y. 17

Doon't forget to call Nu. 519 at No.
Ill West Broadway for fresh meats
of all kinds, fish and oysters in sea season.
son. season. Will open June 21st. J. D.
Dawkins, manager. 16-12t



Lot us quoto you prices
on a r.lonumcnt or Head Headstone
stone Headstone to mark the last rest resting
ing resting place of your loved
N. Magnolia CL

1 An ad. in the Star will bring you good returns cn the investment. Try it.







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The city-lection in Jacksonville is

a high tribute to Mayor John W. Mar

tin of that city. One feature was to

decide whether' the city was to con

tinue to have a mayor or not, it being
asserted that such an official was an

entirely unnecessary expense to the
people of $4000 a year. Mr. Martin's
personal popularity was great enough

to overcome that handicap, lie is a

grandson of our honored old citizen,

Col. John M. Martin, and a man well-

known and much liked all over the

State.'--;: ' -. -: -.

We understand that Miss Minnie

Tremere, who is chairman of the fi finance
nance finance committee of the Belleview
Fourth of July Finance Committee, is
receiving right smart of support. We

are not surprised. Miss Minnie can
charm a bird out of a tree, and she
has a delicious way of smiling at you
that is worth a whole lot more than

the bird on an American dollar. If
ycu don't believe what we say, give
her fund a boost, and if, after she has

smiled at you, you want your money

back call on us.



have a communication from a

friend livinsr near Conner on school

affairs which has some good reason reasoning
ing reasoning in it, and we would be glad to
print it, but the writing is so difficult

that we can't hand it over to me uno-

tvne oBerator without rewritmg it,

jmd that we have no time to do. We
will just have to serve notice on our
friends that it is no use to send us
communications unless they are type type-wr
wr type-wr i tten, or else, in plain handwriting,
with, plenty of 1 space between the
lines. The days when a printer could
puzzla out v.hat he vas putting into
typo have passed. -..:' 1


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Erwin of

in1 town yesterday.

n irrtnple of the good ad-v-j
-l.zcn giving ill-paid
. ... to Q to vork at
, l-'zk is a son of one
, 7IoriJ.a ever had,

, TiS)i? tlfiie Mexll Few Bays :E. Ansa. Mei?M
' ' A?Fes of FaiFuta.Laiidl'.att (Dime FGiarlii Ills Vaflime
In 191- this land could not have been bought for less than $100.00 per acre. Yhile nothing has
occured in four years to reduce the value of real estate, circumstances have greatlv increased my
need of money, therefore I am offering this splendid piece of land at one fourth of its real value
This tract will make an ideal small stock farm. About 200 acres of it is as good land as can be found
anywhere for general farming, while the remainder will make a fine pasture for hogs or cattle, be being
ing being well timbered with live oak and watered by a smajl lake or pond. This 200 acres will produce
Without fertilizer from twenty to forty bushels of corn or sixty to eighty bushels of peanuts per
acre One hundred acres of this land planted in watermelons and well cultivated next season, with
prices as good as those at present, should easily net $10,000. There is no better watermelon or pea peanut
nut peanut land than this in Marion County, the soil being well supplied with lime and pebble phosphate.
This land is splendidly located a quarter mile north of the city limits of Ocala and fronts on both the
Dixie Highway and the Anthony hard road.

As A : Sab division; Propositioir
Hie location of this tract is especially attractive on ac account
count account ol its accessibility to these highways, and its close
preMmity to Ocala. It conic! he conveniently divided into
small -farms for '.winter houses.

This is the blfjnst bargain that oyer vas offered in
Marion County real estate. At this price it will not remain
on the marhet long, so if yon want it yon ha belter harry.






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In our stock of IRON BEDS will be found a
pretty line of CRIBS for, the smaller children. The
corner posts are sufficiently high to hang a canopy
on when it is necessary to keep off marauding in in-sects.
sects. in-sects. Also a pretty line of small size Rockers
and dining chairs, Go-Carts, High Chairs and other
articles dear to the heart of the little ones. Call
and look them over.


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Ocala, Florida

Mid-Month List of

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Gblumbia Saxophone Sextette
Fox-tiois through "Chong"
.This is he first saxophone record
that brings out the real saxophone
tones andj the result is a whirlwind
medley fox-trot to dance to. Coupled
with" Waiting," from" Listen Lester,"
another fox-trot that will make you
step lively. A73Q SS



V W ".WWW. AC..'MJii.B I-- r -5v V

'Longing -a Low Song
With Lover Harmonies
A song cf love and longing exquisitely
harmonized by the Sterling Trio.
Coupled with "Lullaby Blues the first
Columbia number by the American

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Kaufman Brothers Sing Eycs-
That Say I Love You".

'Eyes That Say I Love You" are the only
kind that appeal to Irving and Jack Kaufman
in this tenor duet, which will appeal mightily
to you. Coupled with "When the Bees
Make Honey Down in Sunny Alabam by
the same singers. A-272S 3c

A feu rMar 'Uid-MonUk Hi

TivkettiA . BZJy Murray ana Amenean vtmrwo i -.
Moi I5ut Let Me Worship You) . Youn and RMraon I S
KfaiCotten March . V . . CeJumbi Band A-JIC3
isb School Cadets March ...... CoIoabU Baad ) $13
lUry Aim-One-.tej Waldcrf Astoria Daace 1
4Jro Blues Ohtei . Yerjses JaarimSa OrcUstra
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stay there will be pleasant and profit profitable.
able. profitable. MI&s 'Clegg was recommended
for the position by Dr. Grace Whit Whit-ford,
ford, Whit-ford, director of child's welfare
work for, Florida, which is one of the
best recommendations she could have.

If you have any society items,
please phone One-Two-One (121).


Mi- w-ui. tw o w.n vuJ The People of Ocala who have heard

t-i n' a I Dr. Hiram Byrd speak on child wel

fare and who know of his interest in

Mr. WUlard Blood, who has been '"5.? eff heirThas
out of town since Monday, returned to deJ?. "bV IJ0 ,in F1? F1?-nQl
nQl F1?-nQl ida, will be glad to know that his
ucaia TOQay Plan has been recognized by the U. S.

Mr. Carl Sewell left yesterday for avf S!"

Brooksville for a brief visit before re

turning to Newport News.

tical that has ever been submitted to
it, and that it has been adopted by
that body as the scheme for rural

r .i nj.i. in a : wr. -"jrxu is now or-

& all color, AnU-Monoly eonT

ir -mr rt r J if! lf.- I w UU.I.C3.

Jlirs. ill. IU. X-.rv.Xl tinu itxiss aiai
Ervin left this afternoon for St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg after several weeks visit
here with relatives.

You can get no more satisfaction

and genuine comfort out of a piece of
furniture than one of our lawn

Mrs. Bessie Hammack is expected swings. Only a few left and they are

home today, accompanied by her twon9w selling for $7 each. E. C Jordan

daughters, who have been attending company, ucaia. it

Alfred S. Harroun, one of our Mar-

We are showing a fine line of lion county boys with the A. E. F.

Bathing Caps. See them before buy-1 (from the, Cotton Plant neighbor neighboring.
ing. neighboring. Gerig's Drug tSore. 28-tf Ihood) was expecting to sail for home

the past week, but just the day before

Mr. John Martin, Lieut. W. M. Mar-1 they, were .to leave his commanding

tin and Miss Sara Pearl Martin went officer called him in and tolr him that
to DeLand yesterday for a short stay, he had been chosen as one of those
making the trip in their car. who would remain for further duty

for an indefinite stay. Of course, this

Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Cox and two lis a great disappointment to him and

children leave Saturday for Dalton, to his relatives, but he and they arc
Ga., to get their son Jim, who has glad that he has served his country
been visiting relatives for a month.1 so well that his services are needed


Go to the filling station for your

gasoline ana see wnat you gei. Another brave Marion county boy

6-10-tf AUTO SALES CO. ;s home from Franco. Cpy-H MrTnH.

called "Shortv" for short, and be-

Miss Wynona Wetherbee went :to Lan,. s.ft a Kix fAAf. nn(j n u-lf frftm

Dade City yesterday and is expected tnc soles o hia hobnails to the top of
home Friday. While away 'she Will his overseas car, arrived VPtsPrriav

be the guest of Mrs. William Hethe- afternoon. We haven't had time to

ingion. talk to -Shorty": we only saw him

sticking up like a lighthouse in a
crowd in front of Carter's Bakery.
Shorty has mada a good soldier, and
owing to his facility ta shut up like
a pocketknife he has succeeded in be being
ing being under the flight of many German
bullets. His friends are mighty glad
to see him home.

The Eastern Star sewing circle met
at the home of Mrs. Fred Cook yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon. This was a. reor reorganization
ganization reorganization meeting as this society
had disbanded during the war. There
were twenty-eight members present
and the work for the summer was
planned and arranged. After the
business meeting the hostess served
tomato sandwiches, ice tea, cake and
cream and a pleasant social hour en ensued.
sued. ensued. The next regular meeting will
be held with Mrs. Charles Simmons,
July 2nd.

Mr. B. F. Condon has within v the

past three days disposed of two tour touring
ing touring cars, an Overland to Mr. J. F.
Hampton, who lives near Montague,
and a Reo touring car to Mr. R. A.

Sandifer, the wagon maker on North

Magnolia street.

1 Those pretty and serviceable lawn
swings are now selling lor only $7 at

E. C. Jordan & Co's Ocala. It

Mr. Raymond Bullock, who will wed

Miss Polly of Richmond, va., on
June 25th, with his bride is expected

in Ocala the following Saturday foi

la visit to relatives before going to St.

Petersburg, where they will make

their home.

Mrs. L. J. Knight had yesterday
as her guests her sister, Mrs. J. W.

McCollum of Gainesville, accompanied
by Mrs. J. M. Dell and Mrs. S. P. Dell

of the same city and Mrs. Cay of Tal

lahassee. They had a most pleasant

visit,. which included a trip to Silver

Springs, v

A big supply of Beggarweed and

Sorghum Seed now on' hand at the

Ocala Seed Store. Phone 435. tf

Married, June 5, at the home of
her parents, Mr. ar.J Mrs. J. D. Rob Rob-binson,
binson, Rob-binson, at Springfield, S. C, Miss
Maybelle Robbinson to Mr. Roscoe
Rheims. Mr. Rheiras was an Ocala
boy, but some few years ago removed
to South Carolina. He has only re recently
cently recently returned from France, where
he did his duty for America and all
humanity. His bride is a pretty and
charming girl, brought up on her
father's farm near the city, a student
in our schools and well beloved by all
who knew her. The happy couple wih
make their home in Orangeburg, S. C,
where Mr. Rheims will go into busi business..
ness.. business.. They have the best wishes' of
the Star with those of their othei
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Robbinson, after
living near Ocala for a quarter of a
century, recently removed to South
Carolina, from which state they orig originally
inally originally came. They are doing well in
their new home but have never lost
their interest in the old one.


No char?; for delivery of caskets anywhere day ex t2z
Licensed Era bain era

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No appetite? Then take a bottle of
PEPTONA. Only one dollar at Gerig's
Drug Store. 28-tf

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for prompt service everybody needs OUU ICE.
Do your nhare be sure that the ice man is not delayed z
home have the ice money or the coupon ready when 2 c:
make it as easy for us to serve your neighbor as ycu rrsnt
serve you.

We know jou will


us thank jou.

Ocala Ice &- FacMimini

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Mr. Rutherford Carlisle has many

friends in Ocala, who will be glad to

know that he is progressing in the

business world. Having gone before
the pharmaceutical examining board
and successfully passed, he now holds

a state certificate as a pharmacist.
He is now managing a drug business

in Jacksonville.

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Com! crlaMe Bus Will Until Furtlier Notice
Run Between Ocala and Sliver Springs on
Sundays and Thursday s on tlxe f ollowlno
Schedule, Leaving Ocala from Court Honse-

Thursdaya Schedule
Lv. Ocala Lv. Silver Spgs.
1:30 P. M 2:00 P. M.
3 :30 P. BI. . . .... . 4:00 P. BL
0 :30 P,. M. . ...... . 7 :00 P. BI.
7:30 P. M... ....... .. 8:00 P. M. V
9:30 P. 31.. 10:00 P. M.

Sunday's Schedule

Dr. Harry C. Dozler announces his

i return from the army and he can be!

found at. his old offices in the Lanier
Robertson building on Magnolia

street, OfSce phone 41. residence

phone 69. 17-12t

"Fighting for Gold," at the Temple

last night, was one of Tom Mix's best

pictures and aroused great enthus

iasm1 among the older folks as well as!

the young ones. Tom's pictures are

all vigorous, thrilling and clean clean-good
good clean-good .old-fashioned, hero, superman

stuff. Tonight's picture will also bej

first-class William Farnum in "The

Rider of the Purple Sage."

The most beautiful line of Bathing

Cans ever shown in Ocala. Anti-

Monopoly Drugstore. 14

Ocala, had as her guest yesterday

the youngest colonel in America,' in I

the person' of Colonel R. Buford Wil

liams, who stopped in the city on nis

! way home to Virginia. Col. Will

iams spent the winter and spring, at
Inglis, Hunting and fishing. He' is

only twenty-four years oldand is now

coionet 01 tne Virginia suie miuuo.

He left today for his home in Virginia.

Rev. W..L. Martin, better known as

"Peter Stanley," made the Star ofBce
a pleasant call yesterday afternoon,

and invited, the force to attend the
services now being held at Pedro

0nek Orasige Crash I
OPEN an ice-cold bottle of this delightful drink today Fill your
glass to the brim with sparkling thirst-tempting Orange-Crush.
The glowing goodness of it sparkling like champagne will refresh
and invigorate you.


ealthy as the Orange High in Food Value

How delightfully it cools the parched palate
Luscious as the dew-drenched orange, the
sweet, yet tang-like flavor of Orange-Crush is
infinitely more zestful, more satisfying.
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Orange-Crush contains the full natural flavor
of the orange, plus a carbonated piquancy

delightfully and skillfully blended. No matter
how hot the day, at home or away; morning,
noon or night, you'll always enjoy Orange-
Crush. Drink it anywhere and often as you like.
Orange-Crush, served ice-cold, is guaranteed, to
bring you thirst-quenching joy always.

Lv. Ocala Lv. Silver Spgs. church." On next Sunday at noon and
9:00 A. M... .... 2:00 P. M. at 7:30 in the evening a special wel-
1:30 P. M. .. ......... 40 P. ZL come servic will be held for the re-
turned soldier and sailor boys of the

5:30 P. M.. .... ....... 8nl0 P. H-hnvited to be Tiresent at these services.

9:30 P. M....... .Iv:v0 P. &u

There will be hot rolls and hot cin

namon buns. Just follow the crowd.'

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Our facilities for repairing all
makes of automobiles are complete. ;
Whether your car is in need of a gen gen-eral
eral gen-eral overhauling or only minor 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
' making repairs.

Service Station for Moon, MaxwelL OPEN 6 A. BI. to 10 P. IL
Chalmers and Oakland Cars. ; 1

1 oTwrrnTTi5p.'.'ftFAr,W7.- Ft. liing Ave. ana o. uasccoa
I XJ:. lb XlhilPJciii Phone 516, Ocala, Fla..,

Mrs. J. C Luning and son Bernard

were in the city today, on their way

from Tallahassee and Raiford for a
visit to their home in Leesburg. They

stopped at the industrial school to I

look it over and take dinner with

Miss Davis and her girls. Mrs. Lun

ing is the wife of Florida's efficient!

state treasurer, one of the best offic

ials that has ever filled that position,

and one who saves the state much

money and trouble by, his careful ad-

unis trail on of its financial affairs.

We bottle Orange-Crush in strict conformity
with the most rigid sanitary requirements and
personally guarantee it to be the perfect family
health drink.

5c by, the Bottle

Miss Uattie Jr oe (Jlegg, tne new

matron at the industrial school, arriv

ed yesterday. Miss Gegg is from

North Carolina and is a trained nurse,
beside being skilled in the duties of
a matron. She made a very good im-

preirlsn cn th3 superintendent and



Orange-Crush is obtainable by the bottle or by
the case wherever soft drinks are sold. Buy
an ice-cold bottle of Orange-Crush today.. Then
order a case for the family.
Less by the Case

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:::: Trades ULli HilLllllMHI and Tractors

Gas, Oils and Grease

OPEFi FROM 6:30 A. M. TO 10 P. M..



- Mrs. Skipper and two -children of
Zolfo are visiting Mr. and Mrs. ILL.

Master Claude Nelson, of Jackson

ville is visiting his aunt, Mrs. E. J.


Eastman Kodaks
had in Ocala only


and Films to be
at Gerig's Drug


Mrs. Allan Walkley and Dorothy

returned home yesterday from Jack


Miss Agnes Burford and Mr. Sam

Burford arrived home today from At

lanta, Ga.

Sam Hickel, one of our Ocala boys

I who served in France, reached home

this afternoon.

Mr. J. V. Tarver, who has been

quite ill, is able to resume his place

in the tax collectors office.

All makes sold, Bought, Rented and exchanged.
Let us rebuild or repair your old machine. All work
fully guaranteed.
"Noted -For Rebuilidiiio Over 10 Years"
226 S. Orange Ave. Orlando, Fla.

Our new line of Bathing Caps has

arrived. Some new shapes. Stop and

see them. Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.

Judge R. McConathy has returned

I from Gainesville, where he went the

first of the week on legal business.

Mr. Leroy Bridges went to Gaines

ville this afternoon on business, and
expects to return tomorrow.

Mr1. B. Goldman a few days ago sold

another of his AEolian talking ma

chines in New York city.

Go tn the filling station for your

gasoline and see what you get.
6-10-tf AUTO SALES CO.

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Us do Your Family

All Flat Work

turned Finished.
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Mr. Ray Luffman and Miss Estelle

Griggs were joined in wedlock by the

county judge in .his office the other


The friends of Mrs. W. T. Whitley,

who has been quite ill. are glad to see
her in her accustomed place in Rhein-

auers store.

If "anybody' supposed, just because

the circuit Court was called in special I

session to try James Rice for killing

Joe Loy, Rice was going to be rail

roaded to the gallows or the pen, they
have another suppose coming, as the

trial is being carried on with a strict

regard to the rights of the accused.
He has two first-class lawyers, who

overlook no point in his favor, and
probably as good a jury as ever sat in

judgment in any court in this county.
The sheriff evidently picked the

best material for a jury, for there was
very little trouble in finding twelve
men acceDtable to both sides, and

taking testimony began yesterday af

ternoon. With the exception of the

officers of the law and Mr. M. M. Lit

tle, the most damaging testimony to

the defendant came from members of

s own race. Several white men

who have employed the accused went

on the stand and testified that he was I
an honest and industrious workman. I

Rice himself went on the stand be

fore noon today and told his story.

It was to the effect that he and Loy

were gambling, the Chinaman was a

bad loser and attacked Rice, who

struck him down and killed him hi
self-defense. This story is received

with incredulity by the public in gen

eral, which seems to have made up

its mind that robbery was the cause

for the killing.

Following are the witnesses who

had testified up to noon today: Mar

shal S. C. M. Thomas, Sheriff J. P.

Galloway, M. M. Little, S. M. Grubbs,
Minnie Tidwell, L. C. Smith. S. R.
Pyles Jr., E. C. Bennett, Eva Kiner,
Mamie Murphy, Charles Mazoon, W.
M. Palmer, J. H. Spencer, H. S. Min-

shall, H. W. Tucker, R. T. Adams and

Lawton Bailey.

The jurors are as follows: Thomas!

Sexton, H. B. Cameron, J R. Hogan,

J. M. Goins, J. W. Stevens, L. W. Wil-

son, E. E. Perkins, Ellis Goolsby, J.

A. Reynolds, G. W. Easterling and R.

D. Stokes.

The testimony is all in and the at

torneys are making their arguments.

It, is possible that a verdict will be

rendered tnis evening.


' W (PSions 1 1 u

Mr. Hugh Geiger arrived yesterday
from Connecticut for a visit with
friends. While in Ocala he is the
guest of Mrs. T. H. Wallis and fam family.
ily. family. Just in, Lord Baltimore Paper in all

colors, 60 cents the box at Gerig's

Drug Store. 28-tf

The friends of ;BIrs. Howard Clark,

who has been visiting her mo the v

near Houston, Tex., jvill be sorry N to
hear that she has been taken very ill

and carried tc a hospital. We hope

that she will rapidly recover.

Go to the tilling station for your

gasoline -and see what you get.

6-10-tf AUTO SALES CO.


Jacksonville, Florida.

In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.

Every modern convenience
second to nrae.

Mr. M. A. TenEyck has moved into

the old stand -of Gerig's drug store,

from the store recently occupied by

Mr. A. E. Burnett. Mr. TenEyck is
a first class watchmaker, and will

find plenty to do.
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We now have on hand a big supply

seed. The Ocala. Seed Store. Phone

435. tf

in each room. Dining room service is


-From $1.50 per day pe- person to $6.



Bianager. rropneror.
co e

Messrs. Bouvier & Bridges, Ocala
agents for the Moon automobile, have
received two of; these elegant cars

and are now ready to demonstrate
them. The Moon attracts a great
deal of attention on the streets and

is a real handsome car.



SLorce Rcctipt3
Irsucd cn Cotton,
Automobiles, Etc.


Moving, Packing
Live Stock.
Machinery and

Messrs. John Spencer, Whit Palmer

and Ed Tucker of this city and Mr.

Harry Palmer of Tampa will sail Sun

day via the Clyde Line for New York.

The party expect to be gone about

i month. Mr. Tucker, however, wil

visit tne state of Maine, remaining

about two weeks longer.

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io to the hlling station lor your

gasoline and see what you get


meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of

the Star ooffice building at 8 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always

extended to visiting brothers.

Joe Potter, N. G.
J. D. McCaskill. Secretary.


Bad news judiciously dis distributed
tributed distributed has cost the citrus
growers of Florida hundreds of
thousands of dollars.
The fruit speculators are
most, judicious distributors of
bad news in regard to probable
demand and prices for grape grapefruit
fruit grapefruit and oranges.
About this time of year, as
the old almanac wreather predic predictions
tions predictions used to say, they may bo
expected to start rumors that
tend to cause uninformed grove
owners to lose faith in the value
of their growing crops.
Then in a little while the
speculative buyers will move
over Florida and cash in on the
bad news they have put into cir-

culatlon by purchasing fruit on
the trees for less than it will ba
worth at shipping time,
The growers who are mem members
bers members of the Florida Citrus Ex Exchange
change Exchange maintain a sales organ organization
ization organization that keeps them posted
at all seasons as to conditions in
the fruit market and always aro
in position to get the real facts
regarding future prospects.
They invite other growers 3
join them and save any money
heretofore lost through fear
stimulated by the bad news tho
speculators have inspired, tho
ten years' record of the Florida
Citrus Exchange assuring a
square deal to all who' become
affiliated with it

Join Ct Florida Citrus Exchange, know the truth tnl
profit by the knowledge. For full information about nca
bership, write, wire, 'phon or call cn

Florida Citrui

Marion County Citrus Sub-Exclianne
Ocala, Florida.

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There are only a few of those two
and four-passenger lawn swings left,
and they are going now for $7 each.
E C. Jordan & Co.. Ocala. It

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent

and Protective Order of Elks,' mets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve

nings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's and The Book

Shop, 113 Main street.

J. H. Spencer, E. R.
E. J. Crock, Secretary.

Go to the filling station, for your

gasoline and see what you get.

Another shipment of the famous

Alma Zada Face Powdef in at Gerig's;

Drug Store,-


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V." K Lane, M. Physician and!

Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. La Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf


Love Is .blind.
Care for your
eyes NOV and
avoid future
June Brides
Ocala, Florida.


Miriam Rebekah Lodce No. 151

meets the first and third Monday eve

nings in each month in the Odd Fel

lows' hall at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. W. T. Whitley, N. G."
Eloise Bouvier, Secretary.

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 8

at the Castle Hall, over the G. C.
Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial, wel

come to visiting brothers.
W. W. Stripling, C. C.
Chas- K, Sage. K. of R. & S

, Small want ads. will sell big things.

We have first class trucks with competent drivers, and our
equipment will move you complete no matter what you possess.

William H. James & Co., certified
auditors,' of Atlanta,1 have finished
their report of -Ocala city finances.
The report highly compliments Clerk
H. C. Sistrunkand his assistant, Miss
Helen Scott for the excellent order in

which they keep the records of the
city. This tribute is only deserved.
We doubt that any records in America
are better kept than those of Ocala.

Go to the filling station for your

gasoline and see what you get.
6-10-tf AUTO SALES CO.



Mr. Marion Holeomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite 1
a long: while I suffered with stomach trouble. I wotdd
have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most
disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with
butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have
regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but
after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just
seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they wrxe
no good at ail for my trouble. I heard

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Genial Tom Pullen is home again,

and has a place in Perkins Bros, bar

ber shop. Tom has been thru the
thick of it. He was in the field ar artillery
tillery artillery of the 32nd, one of the hardest-

I fighting divisions of the American

army, nicknamed the Arrow Division

because it went thru the German lines

like an arrow. Tom took part in the

Meuse-Argonne drive at the last, and
saw much fighting before that.

LOST Stick pin with twelve pearls

and one diamond. Return to Star of-

five and get reward. 19

JbUK SA.L.JL. a Koyai typewriter as

good as new; cheap for cash. Ad Address
dress Address ."Royal," care Star office. 18-3t

recommended very highly, so began to use it It cured
nr 1 keep it in the house all the time. It is the best
liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or
stomach triable any more. Black-Draught acts cn

tided liver and helps it to do us important wore ci
vin out waste materials and poisons from the sys-

iliis medicine snouia oe in every nousciiuiu iu


First Senate Chaplain.
The first chaplain of .he United

States senate was Rev. Samuel Provost

jf the Episcopal church and bishop of
New York. The first chaplain of the
house of representatives was Rer. Wil William
liam William Lynn of the Presbyterian
Aureh. Both oQdated In the first

tongress organized -alter the adoption
vt the Constitution. 1

l:; ; in time of need. Geta package today, u youijsi
- q a dose tonight You will feel fresh to-
. ; Price 25c a package. All druggists.

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Earth gets its price for what earth
rives us." heaven alone that Is glv
in away. James Russell LowelL



five passenger
icn, fully eqnip-


Arrival and Departure of passenger
The following schedule figures pub

lished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)

Leave Arrive

2:20 am Jacksonville-New York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pm

4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:25 pm
2:15 am Tanroa-Manatee-

St. Petersburg 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:25 pm Tampa-St. Petersburg 4:05 pm


Leave Arrive

2:12 pm J'cksonvllle-Now York 3:15 am.
1:45 pm. J'ksonville-G'l&esville 3:35 pm.
8:42 am. J'ltsonvllle-Q'nesville 10:15 pnv

3:15 am. St- Pet's-brg-Lakeland 2:12 ara.

3:35 pm St Pefsburg-Lakeland 1:25 pml

7:10 am. Dunnellon-Wilcox
7;40 am. Du'nellon-Ikeland 11:01 pm
5:25 pm. Homosassa 1:35 pm
10:13 pm. Leesburg 6:42 am.
4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am
, Mondar. Wednesday. Friday.
Tudajr. Thursday. Saturday.

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I When You Want ;
First Class J
We call for your work and J
Z make prompt return delivery.
I Smith & Garrett, Props. Z

European plan. Hot and cold runaing
water in each room. riht in Chopping
and theater district.
Main and Adams Streets
Rooms by day. Single, SI and 11.50
Private Bhs L50 and $2.00

Cartful Estimates made cn all Con Contract
tract Contract Trork. Gives llore and Better
Work for the Ilcncy tlan any ether

Hot Spot Chalmers

A STRANGER wrote the other day he" had taken his
Hot Spot Chalmers to a garage for the first time since
he bought it and he had run it 22,121 miles! "It
didn't need a thing except one three-minute adjust adjustment,"
ment," adjustment," he added.
We get many letters like this; and we assign the lack of
trouble in a Chalmers largely to Hot Spot and Rams-horn.

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Hot Spot "cracks up" the raw gas, converts it into a fine
vapor that offers excellent combustion qualities.
' Ram's-horn rushes it with a rapidity that is lightning-like to
the cylinders, and when the spark plugs perform their function
" vou get power results beyond belief.
Not only power, but an amazing freedom from engine knocks,
overheated engine, nerve-wracking vibration, uncomfortable
Many cars of today, still equipped with oid-fashioncd engines,
permit raw gas to descend past the pistons into the crank case;
and then follows trouble in more wavs than one.

In this heavy-fuel-burning Chalmers of today
your troubles never happen,.
Come see this Chalmers which so many per persons
sons persons now credit with being one of the few great
cars of the world.


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