Weather Forecast: Local thunder
showers, probably tonight and Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JLLY 16, 1919.
VOL. 26, NO. 169
Similar Action on Part of Mr. Wilson
Before Going td Paris Would Have
Saved Much Trouble
Washington, July 16. President
Wilson has decided to invite republi republican
can republican senators to call at the White
House to discuss the peace treaty and
. the league of nations, Secretary Tu Tumulty
multy Tumulty announced today. Chairman
Lodge of the Senate foreign relations
committee, was understood to Be one
of fifteen republican senators with
whom the' president desired especial especially
ly especially to confer.
WILSON TO VIRGINIA
Washington, July 16. Senator
Swanson conferred at some length
with President Wilson today. As he
left the White House the Virginia
senator would only say he had invited
the president to go to Richmond July
30th, to atend the celebration of the
anniversary of the house of burgesses.
The president is said to have told Sen Senator
ator Senator Swanson he would accept the in invitation
vitation invitation if he found it would not in interfere
terfere interfere with his western trip.
Washington, July 16. The Ameri American
can American cargo steamer Allison was picked
up in a sinking condition off Penwick
Island lightship, Maryland coast, to to-day
day to-day by the steamer Lakeview and was
towed safely to the Delaware break breakwater,
water, breakwater, where she is now anchored, the
navy department was advised by
radio. The vessel was bound from
Portland, Maine, to Norfolk. The Al Allison
lison Allison is a wooden steamer of 1520
REQUEST TO WITHDRAW
On Authority of Which the County
Commissioners Called Off the.
Fair Referendum Election
, Ocala, Fla., July 14, 1919.
The Honorable Board of County Com Commissioners,
missioners, Commissioners, for Marion County, Fla.
.Gentlemen: By direction of the
board of directors of the v Marion
County Fair and Agricultural Asso
ciation of Marion county, Fla., I am
authorized to request that you with
draw the call for an election to be
held July 22, 1919, as the said board
: of directors wishes to hereby with
. draw its tender of the real and per personal
sonal personal property of the Marion County
Fair and Agricultural Association to
the board of county commissioners of
Marion county, made under resolution
dated June 20, 1919.
In this connection I desire to say
that the tender of the property of the
Marion County Fair and Agricultural
Association to the board of county
commissioners for fair purposes was
made at the solicitation of a large
; number of the most progressive and
influential farmers and stock raisers
-of the county and the officers and di di-retcors
retcors di-retcors for the fair association made
the tender vin good faith, with no
strings on the proposition, having
faith in the honesty and integrity of
the men whom the voters of Marion
. county had and would select as their
The officers and directors of the
fair association have in the past been
men who have given unstintingly of
their time and money for the develop develop-ment
ment develop-ment of this county; men who. have
worked for the best interests of Mar Mar-t
t Mar-t ion county; men who have been among
the largest taxpayers in the county,
and they have seen the benefits that
this -county has derived from the hold
ing of the annual fair in the friendly
rivalry of producing better stock and
better farm products. The county fair
is essentially a county proposition
and should be of vital interest to each
. progressive citizen of the county, and
in view of the short time until the
election is to be held and the fact
that, 'certain people have endeavored
to create the impression in the minds
of the voters that the fair association
. wished to "unload" something on the
county, the directors of the fair as
" sociation have decided, it best to
withdraw their proposition to the
county, as the property" of the fair
association will not decrease in value.
Assuring your honorable board of
the appreciation of the officers and
directors of the Marion County Fair
. and Agricultural Association for the
ccurtesy you have extended, I remain,
Sincerely -yours, C. W. Hunter.
You are requested to assemble at
the hall on next Sunday afternoon
with as many crs as can be brought
to. go to Micanopy to unveil the mon monument
ument monument to Sovereign McCredy. Meet
at 8 p. m. Fraternally yours,
J. H. Brinson, Adv. Lieut.
Get ready your fall garden. We
hava new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf
FOOD PRICES FELL
Profiteers in Germany Succeeded in
Hiding Huge Stocks from
Berlin, July 16. Prices of all food
stuffs have fallen with a crash in Ber Berlin
lin Berlin as a result of the lifting of the
blockade. They began to show weak weakness
ness weakness when it was rumored the em embargo
bargo embargo would be lifted, but the real
drop came only when the illicit deal dealers
ers dealers with huge stocks brought them
out in virtual panic to unload before
competing supplied entered Germany.
BILL'S HEALTH IS BAD
Amerongen, July 16. The former
German emperor regrained today
from sawing logs for the first time in
several months. It is understood he
is suffering from a cold. The former
empress has experienced a recurrence
of her heart affection. Both the for former
mer former emperor and his wife remained
in their apartments .today.
QUESTION OF WAGES
Kansas City, July 16 The question
of wages and classification, it develop developed
ed developed today, are among the subjects
which the Brotherhood of Railroad
Signalmen in convention here desire
to reach speedy agreement with the
railroad administration. At present
the signalmen are rated as "shop
crafts," but maintain their duties are
more responsible and are asking for
a separate classification, with wages
and working conditions adjusted ac accordingly.
cordingly. accordingly. VISITING GIRL COMPLIMENTED
Mrs. Maude Home was hostess last
night, entertaining the young people
at Silver Springs in honor of Miss
Frances Grove of Martinsburg, W.
Va., who is the guest of Miss Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Home.
The merry crowd left Ocala about
6 o'clock and upon arriving at the
springs enjoyed a swim before a pic picnic
nic picnic supper was served.
Assisted by Mrs. Mack Carter, Mrs.
Home served chicken pillauj fried
chicken, salad, sandwiches, deviled j
eggs, olives and pickles and chocolate
ice cream and home made cake, to
which the crowd did ample justice.
After supper dancing was indulged
in until time to return to Ocala.
Those invited to this affair were
Misses Louise and Loureen Spencer,
Ruby Edwards of Irvine, Helen Jones,
Virginia Beckham, Sydney Perry,
Sarah Pearl Martin, Lucile Gissen-
daner and Ethel Home and Messrs.
Mack Taylor, Reuben Blalock, Wellie
Meffert, Fred Winer, Linn Sanders,
Walter Troxler, Bob and James Chace,
George Looney, John Batts, Tom Wal Wal-lis,
lis, Wal-lis, Otis Green, Homer Agnew, Han
sel Leavengood and Norman Home.
HOMECOMING FEAST FOR
OKLAWAHA VALLEY HEROES
No part of the country was more
fully represented in the American
army and navy than the Oklawaha
region east of the river, and a few
evenings ago, at the hospitable home
of Mr. Frank Caldwell hear Electra,
the good people met to testify their
appreciation of the soldiers who have
so far returned. People came in from
round about and a larg delegation
went over from Oak. There was a
large-sized supper of the most tempt
ing good things, and all present en
joyed themselves to the full extent.
Mr. T. B. Griegs was chairman of the
committee on refreshments and he
did himself honor.
Following are the names of the
young soldiers and sailors who were
the guests of honor: Emmett E.
Griggs. William Harrell, James G.
Caldwell, William Halford, Thomas J.
Sellars, A. G. Long, R.i M. Long, J.
B. Holden.'D. D. Long, Thomas Fort,
Wade S. Hastings, H. T. Marsh, M.
E. Mason, Arthur E. Martin, Arthur
Deas and Wilson Caldwell.
FIFTH SUNDAY MEETING
The fifth Sunday meeting of Marion
Baptist Association willrconvene with
the Oak-Griner Farm church the fifth
Sunday in August. Beeause of this
meeting the singing convention will
join in meeting named above instead
of the 20th. R. i Strickland.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned on the first day of May,
1919. dissolved the cb-partnershift
theretofore existing between them un
der the style and firm name of the
Welch-Todd Lumber Company. All
parties indebted to the fifm will please
see Rush H. Todd at the office of the
firm in Ocala, Florida. Bush H. Todd
will continue the business formerly
conducted by the Welch-Todd Lumber
Company under the stvie and nrm
name ox rt. n. lkjud uiuDiiii kjkj.
David S. Welch.
Rush H."Tdd. 25-4twed
Not Treaty Just Signed but the
Treaty of 1839 Between Hol Holland
land Holland and Belgium
Paris, July 16. July 29th has been
fixed as the date on which represen representatives
tatives representatives of Holland and Belgium will
meet the delegates of the-vfive great
powers in Paris and begin work on
revision of the treaty of 1839.
Paris, July 16. The foreign af affairs
fairs affairs committee of the French senate
met today and named a sub-committee
to study the treaty of peace with
Germany. Leon Bourgeois will draw
up the general report and also a
special report on the league of na nations.
tions. nations. FRENCH SHOULD BUY AMERI AMERICAN
CAN AMERICAN SUPPLIES
Paris, July 16. The chamber of
deputies today discussed the. socialist
interpellation on the cost of living.
Marcel Cachin, a socialist, demanded
that the government abandon its pol policy
icy policy of protection. Ernest LaFont,
also a socialist, brought up the pos possibility
sibility possibility of utilizing American army
stocks, saying it would be regyettable
if these stocks should be destroyed, or
that they should provision enemy or
SPANISH CABINET DISSOLVED
London, July 16. The Spanish
cabinet, headed by Antonio Maura,
which was formed April 15th last, has
resigned, according to a Reuters' dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Madrid.
. Shady, July 16. Shady is not ex exactly
actly exactly normal these days. The weather
i3 warm, warmer, hot; the mosquitoes
are more numerous "and hungrier than
usual; the terrific thunder storms
keep a poor body so nervous and the
ust for human lives seems to be
growing and going unpuished. We
are more than sorry about the two
tragedies that have lately occurred in
our community. We have always
thought we had about the best and
most peaceable colored people of any
community around. There is no deny
ing that "an idle brain is the devil's
workshop." Idleness and selfishness
are the causes of these two affairs,
which caused one person to be bru brutally
tally brutally murdered and another to die or
live in misery the rest of his days. We
hope the perpetrators of both of these
crimes will speedily be severely pun punished
ished punished and this neighborhood rid of the
horror of living in expectation of
something of the kind to occur at any
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Knoblock and
children of Martin visited relatives
Mrs. Zeb Freeman entertained a
few friends Friday evening in honor
of her guest, Miss Mabel Jones of
Plant City. Miss Jones returned to
her home Saturday.
Miss Irma Ley of Key West, who
has been visiting relatives here and
in Ocala the past fortnight, went to
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Ley and children
of Jacksonville were guests at the
hom of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. A. R. Douglas Saturday night
and Sunday, returning by automobile
Mr. T. D. Smith went to Orlando
last week to visit his mother and
sisters there, returning Tuesday.
Mrs. A. R. Douglas and three chil
dren expect to leave Thursday for
Lake City for a few days' visit with
Mrs. Douglas' brother, W. W. Phillips
Mrs. Ernest Blair and winsome
litt1e daughter, visited her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Redding here Sun
Mr. Mack Williams was a visitor
George Leak and his Ford blew into
Shady Sunday morning early, visiting
the boys and girls (mostly girls)
Electra, July 15. Miss Dixie Pil Pil-lans
lans Pil-lans has returned from her vacation
and will resume her position in Ocala.
Mrs. Biant and daughter, Miss
Esther Brant, spent a pleasant week
at Salt Springs last week.
Mr. B. B. Fletcher has returned
from Georgia, where he has been
spending a few weeks with relatives.
We are having a fine Sunday school
at Electra Baptist church onw. Eve Everybody
rybody Everybody is invited to come and join us.
Use the Star want ads for results.
HENERY GOT HUFFY
Leading Manufacturer of America
Pestered by Questions of the
Mount Clemons, Mich., July 16. In
a moment of petulance while on the
witness stand today Henry Ford, who
i" plaintiff in a million dollar libel
stiit against the Chicago Daily Tri Tribune,
bune, Tribune, admitted he was "an ignorant
idealist." Subsequently he reversed
his statement. That was one of the
alleged libelous charges made against
him in a Tribune editorial. The at attorney
torney attorney for the Tribune had been ask asking
ing asking questions to establish if possible
that Ford as a matter of fact was
ignorant. The witness said he made
the admission merely to stop the ex examination.
amination. examination. FORD IS FRANK
Mount Clemons, Mich., July 16.
Henry Ford made many frank ad admissions
missions admissions in the course of his testi testimony
mony testimony yesterday in his $1,000,000 libel
suit against the Chicago Daily Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. Examination was by Attorney
Elliott G. Stevenson, representing the
Mr. Ford admitted ignorance of his history
tory history and said that moer than ever he
considered it "bunk" growing out of
tradition; nor had he any personal use
for music or other forms of art.
He reaffirmed his belief that pro processional
cessional processional soldiers are murderers, nor
would be exempt General Pershing or
General Grant from this category.
MARY CATHERINE GABEL
Mary Catherine, the two months old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Gabel,
died yesterday afternoon at 5130
o'clock after an illness of two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Gabel have the sym sympathy
pathy sympathy of all their friends in the loss
of their dear little daughter, who had
been such a sunbeam during her short
stay. The funeral services will take
place this afternoon from the resi residence.
dence. residence. Rev. L. H. Kirkby officiating.
Interment will be made in Greenwood
cemetery annex. E. C. Jordan & Co.
are. the funeral directors.
Today, 16th: George Walsh in
"Help, Help, Police." Mutt and Jeff.
Thursday, 17th: Theda Bara in
Friday, 18th: Madge Kennedy in
Day Dreams." Hearst News.
Saturday, 19th: Evelyn Nesbit and
son, Russell Thaw, in "Her Mistake."
Roman Cowboy," comedy.
Monday, 21st: All Star cast in "The
Turn in the Road." Comedy.
Tuesday, 22nd: Alice Brady in
"The World to Live In." News.
Wednesday, 23rd: Peggy Hyland in
"Miss Adventure." Mutt and Jeff.
Thursday, 24th: Pauline Frederick
Friday, 25th: Geraldine Farrar in
"Shadows." Hearst News.
Saturday, 26th: "A Woman's Ex
perience." "Are Married Policemen
Monday, 28th: Bessie Barriscale in
"Hearts Asleep." L-Ko. Comedy.
Tuesday, 29th: Constance Talmage
in "Veiled Adventure." Hearst News.
Wednesday: 30th: Tom Mix in "The
Coming of the Law." Mutt and Jeff.
Thursday, 31st: i Charlotte Walker
in "Every Mother's Son."
Fellowship, July 16. The patrons
of Fellowship school held a meeting
Friday afternoon and elected Prof.
R. W. Ervin principal and Miss Fae
Beck assistant teacher, and school
will open the first Monday in August.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Stewart and
children of Hull are guests of rela rela-tives
tives rela-tives here.
Mr. Almyer Seckinger, another one
of te Fellowship boys who offered
hi? services to Uncle Sam, has just
returned home from France. And his
friends are glad to have him back
Mr. Claud McCully of Irvine spent
Sunday in Fellowship with his par parents.
ents. parents. Mr. John Ferguson has been ap ap-poitned
poitned ap-poitned temporarily rural rail carrier
on route B. John is a hustler and
will make good.
Mrs. S. R. Stephens left a week
ago for Atlanta, Ga., to spend a month
with her grandchildren, Mr. E. C.
Rawls and Mrs. W. J. Pooser.
Mr. C. P. Howell of Ocala was the
dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Mc
Cully last Tuesday.
Messrs. Roland and Beverly Batch
were business callers today.
Quite a jolly crowd attended the
sing Sunday evening and spent the
evening very pleasantly singing and
This scribe has canvassed two pre
cincts pretty thoroughly and the vot voters
ers voters are so opposed o the county con con-missioners
missioners con-missioners taking over the fair they
are offering a reward for the name of
I any one who will vote for it.
Co-operation Committee Will Not
Control the $133,000 Appropriated
to Advertise Florida
The railroad administration co cooperation
operation cooperation committee met in Daytona
Monday. Much misunderstanding and
misinformation concerning the com committee,
mittee, committee, and the object for which it
was appointed, has spread over the
state, according to Louis H. Chazal,
secretary of the Marion County Board
of Trade, and a member of the com committee,
mittee, committee, who returned to Ocala last
night. The impression has gone forth
that the committee, which was ap appointed
pointed appointed as a result of the recent meet meeting
ing meeting of commercial secretaries with
Mr. W. J. Craig, chairman of the pas passenger
senger passenger traffic committee of the south southeast,
east, southeast, is to have charge of the expendi expenditure
ture expenditure of the $135,000 which the railroad
administration appropriated for, ad advertising
vertising advertising Florida this coming winter.
The committee will have nothing to
do with the spending of the $135,000,
and the committee so announced
Monday night. The $135,000 will be
spent by the railroad administration
officials, and will be spent regardless
of anything that may be done within
The co-operation committee was
appointed for the purpose of uniting
the various committees, and sections
of the state, in a plan for hooking up
the advertising of the committee in
the state with the advertising of the
railroad administration, with a view
to making both more effective. How!
this can best be done, the committee
was unable to decide at its meeting in
Daytona. The committee is keeping
an open mind, and hope sto reach a
In view of the geographical, geo geological
logical geological and other physical differences
of the communities and sections of the
state, the committee concluded that it
is impracticable to unite Florida in
one campaign advertising the state as
a whole. The committee recommends
that the various communities in the
state take advantage of the railroad
advertising by placing the advertis advertising
ing advertising of their communities in the same
periodicals "and on the same dates
used by the administration; thus tak taking
ing taking advantage of a general Florida
lead, and concentrating the publicity.
The committee expects to have an another
other another meeting as soon as possible,
when an effort will be made to reach
some definite conclusion.
The impression that had gone forth
over the state was that the railroad
administration co-operation commit
tee would have control of the $135,000,
and this brought about much criticism,
especially from northwest Florida.
Mr. Craig, however, had announced
in Jacksonville that the money would
le spent by the administration itself,
in advertising Florida as a whole and
not any particular part of the state.
The original members of the co cooperation
operation cooperation committee were: J. J.
O'Brien, chairman, of Moore Haven;
J. L. Pepper, Daytona; M. W. Graves,
Miami; L. H. Chazal, Ocala; L. A.
Whitney, St. Petersburg. All of the
committee except Mr. Whitney were
present at the meeting in Daytona.
T"4e committee hadalready seen that,
through oversight there was not
among its members a representative
from Northwest Florida. One of the
first things the committee did, there
f pre, was to elect Mayor Guyte P. Mc
Cord, of Tallahassee, a member. May May-.r
.r May-.r McCord .had attended the meeting
Keep out the moths with Cedar
Compound, 25 cents Hhe package at
Gerig's Drug Store. tf
train at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar
( Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
;:20am Jacksonville-New York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:30 pin
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4:15 pm
2:15 am Tampa-Manatee-
Kt. Peterabnrsr 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pin
4:25 pm Tampa-St: Peterabur 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
2:12 n JckaonvllleNew Tork 2:15 am.
1:45 pm. J'k0TYllle-O'lneTllie 2:25 pm.
1 :42 am. j'JLsonruie-u nervine iu:i pa
2:15 am. St. Pet'abrr-Lakeland 2:12 aru.
2:35 pm 6L Pet'sburfr-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:io am. uunnenon- w uoox
7.40 am. Du'nelkm-Ikeland 11:02 pm.
5:25 pm. Homosaasa 1:25 pm
10:13 tm. Leesburr I:41ua
4-45 nm. Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday. Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
The Organization Will be Perfected
in the Board of Trade Room
in Ocala at Two O'clock
Marion County Post No. 1, of the
American Legion, will meet tomorrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Board of
Trade room in Ocala, for the purpose
of adopting its constitution and by-
jws, electing permanent officers, and
otherwise perfecting the organization.
Notices have been sent out to many
of the service men in the county and
city, but it has not been possible to
obtain a complete list of the men. The
notices request that all service men
be notified of the meeting.
All men who were in the military or
naval service from April 6, 1917, to
November 11, 1918, are eligible for
membership in the American,, Legion,
which is the official organization of
the men who were in service during
He world war. There is no rank in
the organization. Every man' is a
member on equal terms. Service men
who join the organization before Nov.
11, 1919, will be known as charter
Anyone in the city or county know
ing a service man should tell him of
the meeting tomorrow.
COMING CRUISE OF
THE PACIFIC FLEET
. Navy recruiting officers have the
It is directed that you give fullest
blicity to the following .information
regarding the Pacific fleet.
Ships which formed the sixth battle
squadron of the grand fleet in the
North Sea during recent hostilities.
will sail July 17 from the east coast,
commanded as follows:
New Mexico, Captain Arthur L.
Willard; Mississippi, Captain Wm. A.
Moffett; Arizona, Captain John A.
Dayton; Wyoming, Captain Harley H.
Christy; Arkansas, Captain Louis R.
de Steiguer; New York, Captain Wm.
. Pratt. The first stop of the squad
ron will be San Diego, Calif.
The following ships will depart as
ordered: Virginia, in command of
Captain Wm.-41. Standley; New Jet-
sey, Captain Walter R. Gherardi;
Rhode Island, Captain Walter Cross-
ey; Georgia, Captain Leigh C. Pal
mer; Nebraska, Captain Percy M.
Olmstead; Vermont, Captain Frank
The Cleveland, commanded bjr Cap
tain Frank L. Pinney; Tacoma, Cap
tain Edward S. Jackson; Denver, Cap Captain
tain Captain Edward D. Fenner; Marblehead,
Captain Wm. T. Tarrant; Machias,
Commander Frederick R. Naile, and
the Vicksburg, with Lieutenant -Commander
Charles E. Reordan as com
manding officer will sail independent independently.
ly. independently. These ships acted as convoys dur during
ing during the transportation of troops to the
other side. f
The two veteran ships .which laid i
the mine barrage in the North Sea
will sail under command as follows:
The Baltimore, Captain Alfred G.
Kowe and the Aroostook, Captain
James H. Toomb.
The destroyer squadron, led by the
flagship Salem, in command of Cap Captain
tain Captain Hayne Ellis will join the fleet.
This is the destroyer squadron which
operated off the coast of Ireland dur during
ing during hostilities.
OHffi USED SAGE
TEA T0J1EII HAIR
She mixed Sulphur with it to
Restore Color, Gloss,
Common garden sage brewed Into S
heavy tea with sulphur added, will turn
pray, streaked and faded hair beautifully -!.irk
pnd luxuriant. Jutt a few applica applications
tions applications will prove a revelation if your hair
is fading, streaked or gray. Mixing the
Kne Tea and Sulphur recipe at home,
though, is troublesome. An easier way U
to fret a 50-cent bottle of Wyeth'a Sage
and Sulphur Compound at any drug store
all ready for use. This is the old time
recipe improved by the addition of other
TVhi!e wispy, gray, faded hair it not
Mr.fal. w all dt-sire to retain our youth youthful
ful youthful apjarance and attractiveness. By
la.Utning jour hair with Wyeth'a Sage
and Sulphur Compound, no one can tell,
r-cci-jse it does it to naturally, so evenly.
You just dampen a sponge or soft bruah
nith it ?nd draw thi through your hair,
takirjr ne snail ttrand at a time; by
raorn-ng all grr.y hairs have disappeared,
end, attr another application or two,
our lvir l--co'nea beautifully dark,
glossy, f-oft ar 1 luxuriant.
tTbU pr-par. tk ii u a delightful toilet
requisite nv.d r : t intended for the cure,
navigation or .ntloa of disease.
A package of Cedar Compound in
your piano will probably save a repair
blL Gerig's Drug Store. tf
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Men are doing whatS they have the
power to do, with little respect to
right or reason. It i& true that they
generally pay enough attention to the
conventionalities to say they are
right, but it is evident from their ac actions
tions actions that they do ndt care whether
they are or not. It :will be many
years before the world returns to its
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Electros must be mounted, or charge
trill be made for mounting..
We are willing for Prexy Wilson
to fix up leagues of nations for us,
but we kick on his telling us when to
get up in the 4 morning.
There is evidently a lot of lying be
ing done on both sides about that
strike in the South Florida phosphate
fields. But we don't think there is
much doubt that the miners were
overworked and underpaid, and the
mine owners are decidedly wrong in
refusing to arbitrate.
The House refused to pass the ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural bill with its repeal of day daylight
light daylight saving over the president's veto
It has cut the repeal clause out of the
bill and will vote on it again. The
practice of attaching such things as
the repeal of daylight saving to ap appropriation
propriation appropriation measures is a pernicious
ane and if Mr. Wilson can stop it he
will do the country a service.
It was quite interesting to see how
the wets came out in Congress the
other day. They went in with' various
measures to amend wartime prohibi prohibition,
tion, prohibition, and were quite confidence they
were going to win, but were snowed
under by majorities of three votes in
five. The near-beer amendment espec especially
ially especially was knocked out by 151 votes to
90. The wets might as well take their
medicine. It is the only thing they
can get with a kick in it.
: Major Ralph N. Green, newly ap pointed
state health officer, has ar arrived
rived arrived in Jacksonville to take posses possession
sion possession of the office. Dr. Cox says he is
yet state health officer and will not
yield possession. We hope the mat matter
ter matter will be straightened out and the
affairs of the board put in a shape
so it can never again be put in such
a political snarl as the one in which
the governor involved it. His dispo disposition
sition disposition to make a political machine out
of an institution that should be en entirely
tirely entirely non-factional and non-partisan
has been an imposition on the people
and a disgrace to the state.
The worst result of the war is the
spirit of passion and prejudice which
it has aroused and which manifests
itself to a greater degree than has
ever been known since the world be became
came became what was considered civilized.
It is very little use to appeal to either
A year ago, the battle of the na nations
tions nations was raging on tlbat zigzag front
from Soissons to Rheims that last
Hun offensive of the war, the mighty
gamble in which Germany threw the
dice for world dominion and lost.
Every preparation was made by the
Teutons in this their most gigantic
operation of the war.; They had bat battered
tered battered and battered on the Allied front
had hammered and bent and twisted
it. and believed they had worn it
thin. And so they would have had it
not been for three-quarters of a mill million
ion million Americans rushed with unbeliev unbelievable
able unbelievable speed across the; sea, and two
hundred thousand wearied but un undaunted
daunted undaunted Italians from the imperiled
but unbroken line that held the crest
of the Alps and the banks of the
On the night of the greatest of the
attacks, the pitiful fool who believed
from the adulation of other fools,
that he was the "all highest," went
into a tower in sight but at a safe dis distance
tance distance from the battlefield to watch,
as he expected, his hosts break the
Allied line. He saw the 'barrage pour
cn the Allied front a Niagara of fire
miles in length. He knew not that
the storm of steel was falling on
emptied trenches and his heart, black
and yellow, like his country's flag, re rejoiced
joiced rejoiced in the destruction he believed
was sown wholesale. He believed be because
cause because th return fire was feeble that
the victory was won. He saw the bar.
rage nit and Knew nis neidgray
hordes, wave on wave, were pouring
forward and felt assured they would
trample over the remnants of their
enemies.! Then, as a jagged sheet of
lightning tears the skies asunder, he
saw the blaze of the long-silent Allied
guns,' and his senses reeled at their
thunder, as with every range calcu calculated
lated calculated to an inch they sent tornadoes
cf destruction into his bewildered and
reeling hosts. And the morning broke
on a blinded, bleeding and retreating
army that Was never able to advance
It was a year ago this week that
began that great Allied offensive,
that went on day after day, from the
North Sea to the Vosges, that never
stopped, that could hardly be checked
an hour, until the Hun, a bully in vic
tory, a craven in defeat, begged for
a cessation of the blows that from
Americans, French, British, Belgians
and Italians, rained incessantly upon
his shrinking battalions.
The week of a year ago was the
most momentous in the history of the
world, and long should the nations
that fought side by side to save civ
ilization remember their united valor
that delivered them from malignant
oppression and resolve that no matter
what comes they will all stand to
gether for the safety of humanity.
There was rednot meeting in Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Monday night, at which the Polk
county phosphate strike was discuss
ed. Gov. Catts was there and made
one of his characteristic speeches. He
told the strikers their cause is just,
which is probably true. He denounc
ed the mine owners for refusing to
arbitrate, and we think he was right
in that. But he went on to tell the
miners that he believed the charters
of the companies could be revoked if
they refused to arbitrate and that he
was having Attorney General Swear Swear-ingen
ingen Swear-ingen look up the law to that effect.
We don't believe the governor ever
said anything to the attorney general
about the matter, for if he hadvhe
would certainly have been told that
no such law exists. We don't believe
even the governor thinks there .is
such a law. He was trying, to "strinj
the miners, and if they are so ignor ignorant
ant ignorant as to take any stock in such stuff,
they are badly off indeed.
&S SErAOm OUT MOTIONS AM
VJE OOIT VC BE OUNV4XM
vest? f fcMCK opae
5UKt ot OoUGED T4 J
MICKEY IS THE STAR'S DEVIL
A. E. GERIG i
Gov. Catts, who is a candidate for
the office of United States senator,
has issued a circular to the people, in
which he sets forth his record as
governor as the base for his claims to
election to the higher office. Altho the
Star does not favor Mr. Catts for the
Senate, and by no means agrees with
him as to the value of his record as
governor, it thinks he should have
full opportunity to present his cause
to the people, and therefore prints
his argument without any cost to
him, also without comment.
Governor Catta Circular
First. Governor Catts asks the
vote of the people on account of the
following list of vetoes, in which he
has greatly helped the people of the
state of Florida:
1. The text book bill, causing the
children to change their books in 1919
instead of 1921 a loss of from fifty
to one hundred thousand dollars to the
people of the state.
2. The veto of the dog bill, thus
giving the farmers and all our citizens
of the state the right to have his
faithful dog untaxed.
3. The veto of the riparian rights
bill, saving the citizens of Florida five
million dollars by not giving away
their water front rights. (Had he
signed this bill no man, woman or
child could have gone in swimming,
dragged a net or fished in the waters
less than navigable depth in front of
any shore; and as it is, the citizens
have all the rights between the high high-water
water high-water mark and the low-water mark.)
4. The general revenue bill, a bill
in which a shrewd Chicago lawyer
had induced the legislature to pass
enactments whereby if a person did
not pay his taxes at the right time,
the added cost to said taxes would be
$82.50, though delayed just a few
months and even if the original
amount was not more than $2.50.
5. The veto reducing the millage
of the state board of health, thus
safeguarding the health of all men,
women and children of the state of
6. An act to safeguard the rights
of poor fishermen on the Atlantic
ocean and Gulf of Mexico.
7. He also stood for the safe
guarding of the six million dollars of
the road fund.
8. Also bill which would have
caused the arrest of any locomotive
engineer or fireman who had a train
stopped longer than ten minutes on a
crossmg. .tie vetoea tnis mil oecause
it would put the penalty on the opera
tor and not on the company, which
would be wrong, thus protecting the
brave engineers and firemen who risk
their lives for the people.)
9. He vetoed the bill which would
have allowed final settlement by ex
ecutors and administrators in. one
year and ept it at five years; thus
safeguarding the orphans and widows
in their ights.
10. He also vetoed a bill to pro provide
vide provide water supplied for cities and
towns, getting said water from canals
and allowing said cities to sell rights
to corporations witnout paying any
thing to the state.
Second. Governor Catts asks your
good will support and vote on account
of the following things which he has
done while governor for the people of
1. He has given the people better
official service by removing .bad offic officers
ers officers and encouraging good ones to do
their duty. This has resulted in the
people having better official service
than ever before in the history of
2. He has forced the state to go
dry by the help of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union, Anti-
Saloon League and the prohibition
members of the legislature, thus put putting
ting putting Florida on the map as the six sixteenth
teenth sixteenth state to adopt the federal
3. He has taken a firm stand for
the people against corporations in all
of his legal dealings of the state, and,
while he has tried to be just to all,
yet he is with the people all the way
4. He has worked hard and fear
lessly for law enforcement in every
department of the state and national
5. He went to Camp Wheeler when
others were being wined and dined in
Washington, and fought like a tiger
to get the poor dying boys the neces necessary
sary necessary clothes, nurses, food, overcoats,
stoves, wood to burn, etc., in order
that the terrible pneumonia, menin meningitis
gitis meningitis and other kindred diseases might
be stamped out of the camp. He
bogged around knee-deep in snow on
the streets of Washington for four
days, sending telegrams, etc., and
never stopped until a trainload of
these things came to Camp Wheelr.
6. He together with Captain An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, the local and district boards,
physicians, lawyers, etc., gave to Flor Florida
ida Florida the best draft service in the whole
United States, our cost for getting
soldiers to the front being $2.17
apiece, one cent lower than than of
Oklahoma, and the same work done
in Georgia cost the United States gov government
ernment government S7. Does this not show the
greatest efficiency, especially when we
say further that as far as the gov governor
ernor governor or Captain Anderson were con concerned,
cerned, concerned, no man ever escaped the draft
FflDK W A
(We Open Thursday)
The Federal System of Bakeries is the
evolution of the Bread Business. It is the
idea of giving the MOST for the money in instead
stead instead of the LEAST producing the finest
Bread it is possible to make out of the finest
materials money can buy.
Our system has put Quality, Efficiency,
and Service into the Bread, Business it never
Our shop is clean, white, sanitary and
open for inspection at all times.
WE OPEN FOR BUSINESS
AT 8 A. M.
1EMIL SYSTEM (Off
Ocala House Block
East Side of Square
if elected to the United States Senate
will stand for the following things:
1. The curtailment of immigration.
2. He will stand for the right of
every Protestant minister to be al allowed
lowed allowed to enter any camp or canton cantonment
ment cantonment of the United States army or
navy at any time, whether at peace
or war, and have same rights as a
3. He will stand for the develop development
ment development of Florida; the digging of her
canals, erection of her public build buildings,
ings, buildings, encouraging commerce, the de development
velopment development of her cities; and with the
same fearless determination with
which he has fought for other things,
he will fight on the floor of the Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, before the departments in Wash Washington
ington Washington and everywhere else necessary
to fight, until he brings these issues to
a successful conclusion.
Being governor of the state of
Florida will make it very necessary
for him to stay at his place of busi business,
ness, business, and he cannot canvass this time
as he did before, but he believes in
every man who was a Catts man be before
fore before and who stood against the terri terrible
ble terrible Stocky resolution and decision of
the supreme court against the people
will stand with him this time, and
many more whom he has won to his
side by his championship for the
Therefore, he hopes every man,
woman and child who receives one of
these posters will get out and hurrah
for Catts, scratch for Catts and work
for Catts until he gets to the Senate
and then Catts will scratch for the
Work for Catts! Scatch for Catts!
Vote for Catts!
People with bad backs and weak
kidneys are apt to feel old at sixty.
Many old folks say Doan's Kidney
Pills help them keep young. Here's
an Ocala case.
J. E. Hays, N. Magnolia St says:
"I was bothered a great deal with a
pain across the small of my bade I
was unable to do any lifting or stoop stooping,
ing, stooping, for intense pains would shoot
through me. My kidneys were irregu irregular
lar irregular in action and the secretions were
scanty and highly colored. This trou-
t.1 ..mm y4 M 4 A Aonl T T0
service raivwl oxrullpnt benefit &s soon as I
7. Governor Catts stands for the becran usinsr Doan's Kidney Pills and
We Have All the Newest Styles
and all the Standard Shapes and Shapes-
Anything You WanS
either in bulk or boxes any rade, any style. You
know there is personality and distinctiveness in the
style of stationery you use.
FORD TRUCK FOR SALE
A Ford Smith Form-a-Truck for
sale at a bargain. Good open body;
ready to go. R. R. Carroll, Ocala. 6t
comman people, he himself being an
ordinary, every-day Florida cracker,
and he stands against the plutocratic
power which others in this race will
Third. Governor Catts is a plain,
straight, every-day Baptist and is not
ashamed to confess that he believes
. ... w i r y
m a snort time, 1 was weu. x nave
taken this medicine when I have felt
any symptoms of kidney trouble re returning
turning returning and it has never failed to
stop them quickly."
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Hays had. Foster-Milburcr Co-
that Christ is the Son of God, and Mfgs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv.
Let Us Repair Your Car
Our facilities are unsurpassed. We make reasonable charges for
our work and guarantee satisfaction. We are prepared to repair any anything
thing anything from the largest auto truck to the small pleasure car, and do
it promptly. Service station fr the Moon, Chalmers, Maxwell and
Onr Gasoline and Oil Station
Is open from 6 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Ft. King LlccIIa.
OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1919
picture and well pleased the crowd.
Tonight, that always live-wire George
Walsh will appear in "Help, Help,
Police," and Mutt and Jeff will pre present
sent present some of their exaggerated mer
went down to the lake yesterday, in invited
vited invited to spend the day with Mrs.
George MacKay and Mrs. J. H. Tay Taylor.
lor. Taylor. The party was planned especial especially
ly especially for Miss Frances Arnold of New New-nan,
nan, New-nan, Ga.,who is visiting Mrs. Mac Mac-Kay,
Kay, Mac-Kay, and Miss Elizabeth Ledbetter of
Atlanta, the guest of Mrs. Taylor.
The pleasures of the day were com composed
posed composed of swimming and card games,
some of the ladies occupying them themselves
selves themselves with fancy work. At the noon
hour a tempting lunch was served
ladies enjoying the hospitality of Mrs.
MacKay and Mrs. Taylor were Misses
Annie Davis, Tillie Pasteur, Margaret
Walters, Mary Burford, Florence
Brooks, Mary Connor, Margaret and
Mamie Taylor, little Martha Taylor
and Annie MacKay.
JOBS FOR SERVICE MEN
PHDERYflflFflS c3 IZ2i!IZ 3
PHONE3 47. XZlm tZZ
The secretary of the Board of
Trade can put service men in touch
with a business concern that wants
fcur or five responsible men. A good
salary is offered. Service men who
are interested should see the secre secretary
tary secretary of the Board of Trade at once.
Ladies, use Nailoid Cuticle pack packages,
ages, packages, and keep your nails in good
shape. Sold only at Gerig's Drug Store
at 25 cents the package. tf
If you have any society items for
riment. The great picture of the
the Star, please phone five-two-three.
Miss Annie Sharpe has returned
from a visit to friends at Tampa.
Miss Dixie Pillans has returned
from her vacation, and is again at her
post in Gerig's drugstore.
Mrs. M. O. Wallis and two daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, Misses Theo and Nell Wallis,
have returned from a pleasant sojourn
week will be "Cleopatra," which the
movie queen Theda Bara will present
tomorrow. Theda Bara is specially
gifted to act the part of Cleopatra
and the picture may be counted on to
be most interesting.
A number of ladies from Ocala
W. K. Lane. IL DTPtsjcSs
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ez3, 113 csd
Throat. Law library Cr.!ll!a& Onhp
We have bean seed 'for fall plant planting;
ing; planting; Wadwell Kidney Wax at $10 per
bushel; green beans at $9 per bushel.
14-tf Ocala Seed Store.
! picnic style at Taylor's dock. The
Advertise in tha YTciily Ctsz.
Mrs. D. H. Baker returned yester-
ruxr' n flrnncp TTrmt nftpr several'
days spent in Ocala, the guest of Mrs. j
J. D. Robertson.
Judge Bullock and family expect j
the an ival this afternoon of their son, j
William Bullock, who has just re
turned from France.
A fresh shipment of Guth's and
Nunnally's Candies just in at Gerig's
Drug Store. tf
'! hat hrave soldier, r IOva i
Old, reached home yesterday, from
France, where he did good service for
Uncle Sam in the motor transport
branch of the army.
"' Corporal Marion Bray, who served
in France and Germany with the First
Pioneer Infantry, is expected home
this afternoon from Camp Gordon,
where the regiment is being demobilized.
Bernard Koonce arrived from Day Day-tonav
tonav Day-tonav last night having spent a two
weeks furlough with his mother, who
is summering there, and will proceed
today to Charleston, where he is sta stationed
tioned stationed in the navy yard.
Get ready your fall garden. We
have, new seed in. Bitting & Co. tf
Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Mitchell will re return
turn return to Ocala today from Tampa,
where Mr. Mitchell has been under
the care of a surgeon for the past
month. His friends will be glad to
know that he has completely recover recovered
ed recovered his health.
Mr. J. J. Colbert, wife and daugh
ter, of Cocoanut Grove, near Miami,
are in the city to visit Mr. Colbert's
brother. Mr: W. L. Colbert, and fam
ily. Mr. J. J. Colbert moved to Cocaa Cocaa-nut
nut Cocaa-nut Grove two years ago and likes the
place very, much.
Mr. E. K. Nelson came up from
Tampa in his car Monday, bringing
with him his daughter, Miss Nellie,
for a brief visit to friends. They also
brought with them Mrs. McClymonds,
who has been their guest in Tampa
for a' few days. Mr. Nelson and Miss
Nellie, we regret to say, were not able
to remain in Ocala very long.
Mrs. E. J. Davies of Jacksonville,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrsi. H. A.
Davies-. at their bungalow on Eighth
street, and will remain until Saturday,
when they will be accompanied home
by Mr. and Mrs. Davies, who will
5spend several days in the metropolis
combining business with pleasure.
Electrically ground auto valves are
perfectly ground." Let us save your
power by grinding the valves so they
.will seat properly. Bouvier's (the A.
A. A.) Garage. J ll-6t
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gary and chil-
y dren have returned from Daytona,
making the trip in their car, and
stopping in DeLand Sunday morning
to attend a B. Y. P. U. service. Mrs.
, Gary will return to Daytona at the
J end of the week to remain during the
4 rest of the heated term.
The taxicab drivers, by permission
' of the county commissioners, are put putting
ting putting up neat telephone booths on the
borders of the courthouse square. We
think this was the proper thing for
. the commissioners to do. The public
: autoes are a public necessity, and the
courthouse square is the most con-
venient place for them to await the
; call of their patrons. v
Having decided to discontinue our
line of men's and boy's dress shoes,
and only keep service shoes in these
r lines-hereafter in order to specialize
more on ladies' and children's shoes,
' ,we will close out all low shoes in these
: lines at a real bargain. "Come and I
see." Little's Shoe Parlor. 16-6t
Superintendent Martin and 'Engi
neer McKenzie have the oilburners
under the boilers at the city plant in
operation, and find that they are do
ing most efficient work, beside saving
the city much expense. They are also
moving the water condenser from the
out of the way corner in which it has
been stored to its proper place by the
big steam engine.
Mr and Mrs. Allison Wartmann
have named their new baby Mary
Louise, and she is to be called Louise,
for her mother, who was Miss Louise
Hampton of Fordyce, Ark. This is the
second belle of the future to enter the
Wartmann family, the first having
made her appearance some three
years ago in the person of little Eliza
"The Heart of Wetona" was very
effectively presented by Norma Tal Tal-mage
mage Tal-mage and Thomas Meighan at the
Temple last night. It was a good
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this delightful drink today!
rim with SDarkling. thirst-
tempting Oramge-CFesIliio The glowing goodness of it
will banish thirst and refresh you.
Orange-Crush, served ice-cold, is
guaranteed to bring you thirst quench quenching
ing quenching joy always.
We bottle Orange-Crush in strict
conformity with the most, rigid sanitary
requirements and personally guarantee
it. to be the perfect family drink.
Orange-Crush is obtainable by the
bottle or the case wherever soft drinks
are sold. Buy an ice-cold bottle of
Orange-Crush today. Then order a
case for the family.
You can enjoy the deliciousness of
Orange-Crush with complete assur assurance
ance assurance of its purity because it is made
from fresh ripe oranges, and such other
wholesome ingredients as pure granu granulated
lated granulated sugar, carbonated water and citric
acid, which is a natural acid found in
oranges, lemons and grapefruit.
No matter how hot the day at home,
or away morning, noon or night, you
will enjoy Orange-Crush. Drink it
anywhere and as often as you likd.
OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY. JULY 16, 1919
' In youth we learn, in
jr;f ? ti i'-aee we understand.
vv' vy Why not profit in
youth by the under understanding:
standing: understanding: of others and wear glasses
in time. ------
w DR. K. J. WEIHE,
.' Ocala, Fla.
Patrons "are "invited to come in and
see the work of gringing valves by
electricity. Bouvier's (the A. A. A.)
Miss Qifton Sexton was the hostess
last night of an enjoyable little party,
which she gave to her boy and girl
friends at the home of her parents on
East Broadway. After playing vai vai-ious
ious vai-ious interesting games, refreshments
consisting of chocolate ice cream and
cake were served by the young host hostess,
ess, hostess, assisted by her sister, Miss Alice
Miss Lucile Gissendaner left today
for a visit to her sister. Mrs. O. H.
Berger in Tampa.
deemed necessary that an operation
be performed. Mrs. Fishel improved
so rapidly after the operation it was
31 rs. Lester Warner ana aaugnter,i considered sale lor Max to come
Ruth, are home from a visit to Michi-1 home. She is in care of and constant
ly visited by her oldest son, Mr. Leon
Fishel and family.
Our clever young friend, James J.
Guynn, has returned to America from
France. He is at Camp Mills and
will soon be home.
Mf ar --TTi r,. a mf$Wti$i HI
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The fire department is very proud
of its new machine, a swift and pow powerful
erful powerful little auto truck for the chief.
It carries the chemical engine and
That patriotic young man, Frank! has all the modern improvements. It
Churchill, after doing his bit faithful-J should have been bought months ago,
ly in France, is with us again and be- J but better late than never, so we con
ing warmly welcomed by his friends. Igratulate the council on its good
sense in buying it.
Let us grind your automobile valves
by electricity. No guess work about I Sergeant Jose Giles, a son of
this method. Bouvier's (the A. A. I George Giles, reached home last night.
A.) Garage. ll-6t I He has been with the service of sup
ply in France, and his promotion
An airplane came over this after-1 shows how faithfully he has perform-
noon and landed at the field near the led his duties.
industrial school. It was too near the
Star's press time to learn any particulars.
We Guarantee Every Eclipse Gas Range for 5 yr
There is an Eclipse to fill any need. 10 discount for the next thirty days.
SEE THE GAS 'COMPANY.
SEVER SPRINGS-OCALA BUS SERVICE
Comfortable Bus Will Until Further Notice
Run Between Ocala and Silver Sprihgs on
Sundays and' Thursdays on the folio winy
Schedule, Leaving Ocala from Court House.
Lv. Ocala Lv. Silver Spgs.
1:30 P. M... 2:00 P. M.
3:30 P. M .. 4:00 P. M.
5:30 P. M... 7:00 P. M.
7:30 P. M... 8:00 P. M.
9:30 P. M... ....... ...10:00 P. M.
Lv. Ocala '' Lv. Silver Spgs.
9:00 A. M 2:00 P. M.
1:30 P. M .4:00 P. M.
3:30 P. M 7:00 P. M.
5:30 P. M 8:00 P. M.
9:30 P. M 10:00 P. M.
Marion Bray, who went away with
Company A nearly two years ago, and
served faithfully and bravely in
France and Germany, arrived home
this afternoon, and is being warmly
greeted by his relatives and friends.
Mrs. D. E. Mcjver and daughter,
ir: a i i A
m1S8 rrjnces, are expect uume w. RATES Six line maximum, one
morrow from Hot Springs, where they ti 25c thM
nave Deen ior tne last two montns. 75.; ne month $3. Payable in ad-
iney win go at once 10 tneir nome Dyivance.
Lake Weir for the remainder of the
WANTED, LOST, FOUND. FOB
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Mr. A. E. Walkley and Dr. H. F. ery.
watt leit at noon today lor St. Au Augustine,
gustine, Augustine, in response to a telegram
announcing that Mrs. T. T. Munroe
had taken a turn for the worse. Mr.
Z. C. Chambliss went to St. Augustine
yesterday to be with Mr. Munroe in
his great trouble.
Furnished flat at reas reas-,
, reas-, Apply to Carter's Bak-
WANTED Girl to help jn bakery at
once. Apply at Carter's Bakery, North
Main street. 16-4t
WANTED For indefinite period, a
storage place, about 10x10, for house household
hold household furniture.Phone 398. 16-lt
When packing your blankets and
winter clothing, think of Cedar Com
pound, which will keep moths away; FOR SALE One milk cow; price $85.
25 cents the package at Geris Drug Apply to C. A. Holloway, 715 Lime
Store. tf oki ucaia, tia. lb-bt
Coinf? to the fire venterdav. the hiV I UUNJJ Fart Of an auto Side CUr-
auto truck, while' trying to take a bad!"1 on Fort avenue. Owner can
turn, upset, breaking a spring and Set .Mme y calling at Star office and
mittinc it temnorarilv out of rnmmi. I paying ior mis aa. it
sion. It was turned over to the iron
works, which expects to have it as F()R SALE Well equipped pressing
good as new tomorrow. The fire was cuo Good location and doing good
a very small one and put ut by the business. A bargain for a hustler. Too
chief and his assistant with a few old to properly attend to business
buckets of water. only reason for selling. Apply to Gar
rett Pressing Club, Robertson block,
Mr. Max Fishel has inst returned Oklawaha avenue, or phone 13. 15-6t
to Ocala from Baltimore, where he
took his mother and sister. Pauline, FOR SALE Registered Hampshire
several months ago. His visit was boar, "Tipton King." Farrowed 29th
prolonged on account of the long con- March, 1916; $60. Apply to N. W.
tinued illness of his mother, who has Harison, Oklawaha, Fla. 7-15-6t
been under treatment at two hospitals
in that city. In the latter it was
Eel CaFEMicliiael9 Proprietor
- Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Honey than any other
cotraor In th city.
WOOD Phone 146 for all lenghths
oak or pine wood; thoroughly season seasoned.
ed. seasoned. Special price on quantity orders.
Put in your winter, supply now.
Smoak's Wood Yard. 15-tf
FOR SALE One nice Jersey cow
with second calf; calf born July 13.
W. D. Cam. 14-6t
Amoffllier loacl off flour
WOOD FOR SALE Straight split
pine stove wood any length; $3.50 per
strand, delivered. Address G. C.
Folks, Route B, Ocala, Fla. 12-6t
WANTED A large ceiling fan. Ap Apply
ply Apply at Star office. ll-6t
WANTED At once, small office safe.
Must be in good condition and cheap
for cash. Address, giving price. Safe,
care Ocala Star. ll-3t
Ton and a Halt Trucks
They are equipped with
Cabs and Windshields
V S i I
35 x 5 Cord Tires, all round.
This is one of several improvements
We have sold over thirty of these trucks.
They are the best truck for the money.
w WANTED At once, a competent
I stenographer who can help with book
VyilotfoT. PI. f! JnrHnn Mr Co. 11-St
) WANTED Twenty-five negro labor labor-ers,
ers, labor-ers, also a few white laborers. Apply
y between 3 and 8 p. m. at 21 North
Magnolia street, opposite Mclver &
MacKay's store. 10-6t
FOR SALE Brand new Rex visible
typewriter equipped with every mod
ern feature and fully guaranteed.
Will sell for $3 per month.' H. L.
Anderson, Harrington Hall hotel. 7t
Agent for Central Florida
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HUNTER'S SECOND HAND HOUSE
Furniture bought and sold. Get
prices elsewhere, then see me
there's a sale made on one side or the
other. I have expert mechanics to put
in food condition anything you have,
such as furniture, lawn mowers, sew-
cpots, pans and all kinds of enamel-
Chi ware. Repair all kinds of broken
casxings. vaii at oxv, oi auu 0x4
South Main street. SO-tf
FOR SALE American adding and
listing machine, brand new and
guaranteed. Visible' printing, red
totals and all latest fetures. Remark
ably low price $4 cash, balance in
small monthly payments. H. L. An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, Harrington Hall hotel. 9-7t
GRACE,S MAIIBE REMEDY
For skin and scalp diseases, dandruff
and falling hair, at all druggists. 9 26t
OLD FALSE TEETH
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 nn satisfactory.
BERNER'S FALSE TEETH SPEC
IALTY, 175 So. Pearl St, Albany, N.
I FUNERAL DIRECTORS and EMBALM ERS
No charsr; for delivery of caskets anywhere day or night.
WILBUR SMITH, SAM R. PYLES JTL,
Office Phono 10 Night Phonos 225 or 423
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 insects.
sects. insects. 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.
N. Magnolia St. Ocala, Florida
M SttaiMs To Reason
That if you had a pair of shoes that
needed half-soles you Would not take
them to a jewelry store or a watchmaker
to have them repaired.
No You Wouldn't
You would take them to the place where
, you could get the right service.
II You Have A Maxwell Car
That needs repair, bring it to the Max Maxwell
well Maxwell Repair Shop where you can get
Real Maxwell Service. We can con-
vince you that our service is the best
and cheapest in the long run.
Maxwell IRepalF lnop
Cor. Osceola and Ft. King. Ocala, Florida.
Oof Wagons Sftartt flDnnlt
Delays are sometimes ana voidable, t more frequently they
are occasioned by a little carelessness or a lack of thou ghtfuln ess
on the part of customers.
For instance, by servants gossiping with the driver.
Or by servants allowing the wagon to go by and then endeav endeavoring
oring endeavoring to induce the driver to double back.
Please have a close watch kept for the wagon at your home.
Please see that the servants do not waste the driver's time, and
also that the driver does not linger when he has delivered the Ice.
m By co-operating with us in these seemingly small matters you.
will be doing public service you will be assisting in the relief of
hot, tired humanity. We are counting on you.
Ocala Ice & Packing Co,
WHOTE. STAR LOR!
TRANSFER AND STORAGE COMPANY
Issued on Cotton,
We have first class trucks with competent drivers, and our
equipment will move you complete no matter what yon possess.