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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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Weather Forecast: Generally fair
tonight and Wednesday, except prob probably
ably probably showers in extreme south portion.

Decided Evidence From the Convention
That Wilson's Name Has Not Lost Its
Magic With Democracy.

San Francisco, June 28. The ad administration
ministration administration forces entered the sec second
ond second day of the convention apparently
in full control. Senator Glass as
chairman of the resolutions commit committee.
tee. committee. Senator Robinson, of Arkansas,
another administration supporter,
chosen as permanent chairman and
administration men at the head of
other committees was the line-up.
The threatened anti-administration
fight, as far as it related to organi organization
zation organization of the convention machinery,
collapsed without a showing.. Bryan
was not included in the sub-committee
chosen to draft the platform.
The rules committee decided that
nominating speeches would be made
while the resolutions committee is
working on the platform, but no bal balloting
loting balloting will take place until after the
platform has been adopted. This plan
will save much time.
Administration control indicates
less prospects today of an open fight
on the platform on the convention
floor, administration leaders appear appearing
ing appearing confident that all differences will
be settled in committee. The conven convention
tion convention meets today at 1 o'clock.
The credentials committee denied a
seat in the convention to Senator
Reed of Missouri, and the Clark How Howell
ell Howell delegates from Georgia pledged to
Palmer were seated. There was no
indication from the Reed forces as to
their next move.
San Francisco, June 28. Events
so far show no marked reaction oyer
last night on discussion of nomination
booms. It seemed 'the general feel feeling
ing feeling that the prospect of McAdoo's
selection has improved. McAdoo's
friends expect him to run third in
the early ballots, with Cox second and
Palmer first. They expect the dele delegates
gates delegates later to turn to McAdoo.
San Francisco, June 28. Actual
preparation of the democratic plat platform
form platform waited today while the platform
committee kept open house to hear
final suggestions and arguments from
many sources. Labor, liquor and the
Irish question were up for debate at
the public hearings. There were also
many speakers on issues of lesser
controversy and there seemed little
prospect that the long list would be
finished until late in the day.
Whether a combination of the' op opposing
posing opposing forces can be accomplished to
stem the tide of the administration
success has not yet been revealed.
Close observers would not be surpris surprised
ed surprised to see the next move take a definite
trend toward some particular candi candidate
date candidate for the presidential nomination.
While the administration forces
worked in concert to control the ma machinery
chinery machinery of the convention, there was
no assurance that the community of
iiiterest among them will continue
when the balloting is reached and the
preliminary stage of complimentary
voting has been passed.
Many believe there will be no defi definite
nite definite drift of presidential sentiment
until after the platform has been
adopted. .The delegates are expectant
as to whether the nomination speeches
will be reached today or tonight.
San Francisco, June 29. From the
shadow of the golden gate the hosts
of democracy sent a roaring tribute
across the continent yesterday to
President Wilson.
The national convention flung aside
for the moment the business before
it while delegates carried out a dem demonstration
onstration demonstration that swept the great gath gathering
ering gathering off its feet. It was a half hour
before the outburst evoked by a sud sudden
den sudden display of the president's portrait
could be stilled. Again and again his
name was mentioned and the cheers
broke out anew to culminate in the
shout of approval that adopted and
sent to the White House a striking


testimonial of his party's faith and
pride in the man who has led it thru
eight troublous years.
San Francisco, June 29, 1:15 p. m.
On the first division of the platform
committee on an angle of the prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition fight, the Bryan dry forces were
forced over their protest to present
their case first in committee hearings,
by a vote of 27 to 25.
Married at the home of the bride's
mother, Mrs. Julia V. McCredie. on
North Magnolia street, at 3 o'clock
this afternoon, Miss Julia May Mc McCredie
Credie McCredie to Mr. Fred Newman. Rev.
W. F. Creson officiated. The bride and
groom left on the northbound Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard train, for a honeymoon trip to
Jacksonville and Atlantic Beach.
The bride is a pretty and charming
young lady, who has made her home
in Ocala the last dozen years, coming
here with her parents from Micanopy,
where she and her brothers and sis sisters
ters sisters were born. Miss McCredie taught
school for a while, and later acted as
stenographer for various business
firms, but for the last two or three
years has remained at home caring
for her aged mother. She is a mem member
ber member of the Presbyterian church, and
all who know her esteem her highly,
for her life has been one of kindness
and faithful service to relations and
Mr. Newman has not been here very
long, but proven himself a good citi citizen.
zen. citizen. The Star shares in the good
wishes for the happy couple from
their friends.
(Associated Press)
Madrid, June 29 Twenty-five thou thousand
sand thousand sightless persons are added to
the population of Spain every year
owing to inattention to cases of
smallpox, measles, scarlatina, menin meningitis
gitis meningitis and the after-effects of sexual
maladies, writes Count de la Fex in
El Sol. The count asks why Spain
thus makes people blind and then
abandons them to a life of miserable
mendicancy in many cases. He points
cut that they are neither properly
cared for nor educated so that they
may take care of themselves. He
says most of the institutions for the
blind, and there are many such estab establishments
lishments establishments in the country, with rare
exceptions are inefficient and antiquat antiquated
ed antiquated with teachers lacking the neces necessary
sary necessary training. The blind are taught
very superficially basket and box box-making
making box-making or the most elementary mus music.
ic. music. He declares nobody believes in
their efficacy, although many give
subscriptions out of pure charity. The
count deplores "the arditional ignor ignorance
ance ignorance of the Spanish authorities which
do not heed or take advantage of the
experience of the United States, Eng England
land England and other civilized countries in
dealing with the blind."
( Associated Press)
Bucharest, June 28. Rumania is
seeking to place a loan in the United
States and wants to give as security
her six per cent national bonds, with without
out without lien on her forests or her oil
According to Le Progres the coun country's
try's country's most pressing problem is the re reorganization
organization reorganization of finances, which are in
a confused condition, partly due to
the dumping in Rumania of several
billions of Austria-Hungarian crowns,
Russian and Ukrainian rubles and
cth ir worthless moneys.
In July, paper money printed in the
United States will go into circulation
and all other moneys will be with withdrawn,
drawn, withdrawn, it is believed, through the Ru Rumanian
manian Rumanian government. Meanwhile the
Rumanian government is making a
determined effort to stamp out the
new industries of running cheap mon moneys
eys moneys over her frontiers and trading it
for leis. At times men have been
arrested with four, five or six billion
Latches of Austria-Hungarian notes.
Some of the men arrested have been
Americans ostensibly on automobile
tours from Hungary.


California's Good Roads Give that
State an Immense Advantage
Editor Star: I am sending you by
parcel post some of the wild oats that
grow here in California. Also am
sending one of the stalks so you can
get an idea of the height it grows,
and thinking it might be cultivated
in Florida so as to be valuable there
as a cattle feed as it is used here both
for pasture and hay.
When growing it resembles the cul cultivated
tivated cultivated oats but has a heavier blade.
It appears the latter part of January
and ripens the first part of June.
While it is growing the nights are
quite cool or a little colder than
Florida at that time of year, but as
they get all through growing by the
time the hot days appear, I should
judge that they would not do well in
the summer season in Florida without
being well shaded, but I do think they
can be grown there in the same sea season
son season that oats are grown.
Am sending you these in hope you
may know of some one who would
like to try them out and se if they
may prove to be beneficial as a pas pasture
ture pasture for cattle and hogs; the great
advantage is in its being an annual
This part of California puts one in
mind of the climate of Florida as eve everything
rything everything is green in winter with cool
nights; the days warm up and the
rainy season is between the months
of November and April.
At the present time the grass is all
turning brown except what is irrigat-;
ed. If this country had the showers
in summer that Florida has it would
be an ideal state, and if Florida had
the soil of this state no other state
of the Union could equal it. I believe
alfalfa can be grown there by prepar preparing
ing preparing the land and inoculating the soil
with some that alfalfa has grown on.
Am thinking I may come back
there next fall and bring some of the
seeds and plants that grow here to
plant there. I like the climate better
in Florida than I do here, but Florida
is behind this state in business enter enterprises,
prises, enterprises, and especially good roads.
Every one I met when driving from
Indiana to California last fall, who
had been here, praised this state for
its good roads. When I came into
the eastern part of California over
the Santa Fe trail far over the moun mountains
tains mountains and back into the wilderness
were fine macadamized roads and
there is a network of these roads all
over the state. An automobile can
make the trip from Los Angeles to
San Francisco in twelve to fourteen
hours, a distance of 500 miles.
California's Great Advantage
That is one of the advantages Cal California
ifornia California has over Florida. The tourist,
the native and those who contemplate
going to California realize the advan advantage
tage advantage of roads they can drive fifty
miles an hour on without jarring all
the bolts loose on the car or using
very much gasoline.
One man got 30 H miles on a gallon
of gasoline with his car on these
roads but that is the most mileage I
have heard of yet.
People come here from all over the
United States and when they realize
what advantages good roads hold out
to them they just want to buy a home
and stay here.
Now I am convinced after living in
Florida about six years and from
what I have sen in California that
California has been wise in building
splendid roads as good roads increase
the value of real estate. The tourist
is attracted, new settlers are bound
to come. It is a pleasure to drive
over the roads, time is saved in travel,
greater loads can be hauled with less
power, business is increased and there
are other advantages too numerous
to mention. That is why California
is ahead of Florida. The land here
sells for $1000 an acre and up. Why?
Because good roads attract peoole,
and the increase of real estate will
more than pay the cost of good roads,
leaving more money in theh ands of
one who sells his land than he could
ever expect to receive by trying to
keep up the old sand road which is a
waste of money when we stop and


Census Shows that It Remains the
Second Citj in the
(Associated Press)
Washington, June 28 Atlanta with
200,616 people retains her place as the
second city in the South. The figures
for Birmingham were announced to
day, showing the Alabama city has
178,270, an increase of more than 45, 45,-000.
000. 45,-000. Birmingham retains third place.
New Orleans is first with 387,408.
Lodging House Fell in on Its Lodgers
and Killed Four
(Associated Prs)
Buffalo, N. Y.f June 28. Four un unidentified
identified unidentified men were killed and many
injured today when a lodging house
collapsed. Eighty men occupied the
rooms last night. No one knows how
many people were in the building
when the walls fell.
(Associated Pres)
Mexico City, June 28. Once again
the monotonous but ominous "tom-
; torn-tom" of the Yaqui Indians is be
ing heard outside the confines of Son Sonera.
era. Sonera. General Plutarco Elias Calles, pro provisional
visional provisional secretary of war and marine
for the new revolution, is taking with
him more than a thousand of "Sono "Sono-ra's
ra's "Sono-ra's finest," on his 1600-mile trip
from Agua Prieta to Mexico City to
assume the duties of his new office.
The strumming of the Yaqui drums
long has been a cause of uneasiness
among many of Mexico's other sol soldiers.
diers. soldiers. Bearing the reputation of be being
ing being a fearless and ferocious fighter,
the Yaqui has frequently been said
to be able to put his enemy to flight
by the mere sound of his burro skin
There is another and less sinister
side, however, to the life of a Yaqui
soldier. He carries his home life with
him to the battlefield. His wife, his
children, his birds all form part of
his impedimenta.
When not in action, the Yaqui war warriors
riors warriors do not present formidable fig figures.
ures. figures. They may be distinguished
from other tribes chiefly by their pe peculiar
culiar peculiar copper hue and the band of
bright red they wear around their
The Yaqui is reared in an atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere of war. Should his father fall
in battle, the boy picks up the ances ancestral
tral ancestral rifle and begins the realization
of his martial destiny.
The funeral services of Mrs. Mary
O. Wallis yesterday afternoon were
very largely attended, the little church
being full and many standing outside.
Rev John Conoley officiated. The re remains
mains remains of the departed lady were laid
to rest beside those of her husband,
who passed away thirteen years ago.
Ocala has lost one of its best women,
and the sympathy of its people goes
in deep and wide measure to her be bereaved
reaved bereaved children.
consider if the money it cost was put
with enough to make a good road, the
good one would last so much longer
without expense and so much larger
loads transported in less time that the
taxpayer would be benefited a great
deal more than he might imagine.
I have 120 acres three miles from
Belleview and two miles from Sum Sum-merfield
merfield Sum-merfield and no prospect at the present
time of any highway going near it,
but I am willing to pay a higher tax
for good roads. It would benefit me
as much as those who live on the
highway, because my property would
increase in value in proportion to any
A place may be advertised ever eo
much, but when people come to see
it there is nothing any more discour discouraging
aging discouraging than poor roads. They go back
and others hear their experience in
regard to the place (which expression
I have heard): "Oh, well, they have
a nice climate there, but when you
say that you have said all."
Now if California had no good
reads the same thing could be said of
it. But if Florida had as good roads
as California, it would be a little
ahead of this state because I think
Florida has a little the best climate.
Let good roads advertise Florida.
Take a lesson from California and
Yours respectfully.
W. H. Mitchell.
Atascadero, Calif, May 31.
The samples of the seed have been
received and turned over to the coun county
ty county demonstrator, who will give them
to men who will see what will proceed
from their cultivation.


No Further Statements to be Made
Until After the Conference
at Spa
(Associated Press)
London, June 29 No further state statements
ments statements relative to the interallied con
ference held at Boulogne will be made
until after the allied-German meeting
at Spa, according to Premier Lloyd
Paris, June 29. The date of the
financial conference at Brussels has
been fixed by the council of the league
of nations for July 23rd.
1775-1799 First description of dis disease
ease disease in North America, the result of
outbreak of fever in Lancaster coun
ty. Pa., traced to a North Carolina
shipment of cattle.
1775-1799 Colony of Virginia re
stricted cattle immediately south from
entering their grazing grounds.
1868 Heavy death rate of cattle in
Illinois and Indiana, the result of
shipping in Texas cattle.
1868 Disease named Texas fever,
southern cattle fever, etc., etc.
1870 Western cowboy war largely
the result of trailing ticky cattle
1868-1884. Enormous death rate in
northern states where southern cat
tie were shipped to market. First
federal law designed to control the
1885 Investigation and location or
infected territory of Southern states
1885-1888 First study and inves
tigation of the disease by leading
scientists and practical cattlemen of
the United States. Disease thought
to have been introduced by early
Spanish settlers.
1889 Discovery of the micro,
organism of the disease in the blood
of fever stricken cattle.
1889-1890 Conclusive proof the
tick only natural means of producing
the disease in cattle.
1891 Establishment of the nation national
al national Texas fever quarantine line,
stretching from a point on the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic coast of Virginia to a point on
the Pacific coast in California, which
affected the fifteen states of Califor California,
nia, California, Indian Territory, Texas, Louis Louisiana,
iana, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Mississippi,
Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North
Carolina and Virginia.
1891-1893 Conclusive proof one
particular tick capable of producing
the disease, and discovery and proof
of its life cycle and habits. An Am American
erican American achievement and the first dis discovery
covery discovery of an insect borne disease.
1 893-1899 Positively demonstrated
ticks could be eradicated from farms,
pasture sand ranges by disinfecting
or removing cattle from pasture to
1899-1905 Tick eradication accom accomplished
plished accomplished in parts of Virginia, North
Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Ken
tucky, Oklahoma, Texas and Califor California.
nia. California. 1905 Conservative estimate of an annual
nual annual loss from ticks in the original
tick infested states forty million
1905-1906 Dipping cattle in arsen
ical solution by use of vats demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated to be safe and practical.
1906 First direct congressional ap appropriation
propriation appropriation of funds fop co-operation
with states in tick eradication work,
through the earnest appeal of south southern
ern southern cattlemen, farmers and states statesmen..
men.. statesmen.. 1906-1919 Five hundred thousand
square miles of territory released
from federal quarantine, the result of
tick eradication. This is 70 per cent
of the original tick-infested area.
1906-1919 Estimated cost of the
work to the various counties, states
and the national government ten
million dollars.
1906-1919 Estimated returns on
the money expended for tick eradica eradication
tion eradication in the way of increased values
and candition of the cattle industry
alone sixty million dollars.
1906-1919 There were established
and put into use 36,083 concrete dip dipping
ping dipping vats.
1919 There were employed by the
various counties and states and the
national government 2439 men to con conduct
duct conduct and officially supervise the work
of tick eradication.
1919 There were fifty-four mill million
ion million cattle dipped in connection with
tick eradication work.
1920 There remains an area of
232,421 square miles in which the
tick must be dipped to finish the job.
Counties! States! Let's dip the last
tick and finish this history.
See where some professor thinks
he ha3 invented a machine to detect
when a man is lying. That machine
was constructed years ago from one
of Adam's ribs. Dayton News.

VOL. 26, NO. 155

Consolidating Positions Taken from
the Turks Before Making
Any Further Advance
(Associated Press)
London, June 29. The positions
taken by the Greeks in their advance
against the Turkish nationalists from
Smyrna are beiner consolidate anA
l the forward movement stopped to per
mit this process.
International Council of Congrega Congrega-tionalists
tionalists Congrega-tionalists in Session in the
American Athens
(Associated Press)
Boston, June 29. Congregational Congregational-ists
ists Congregational-ists representing churches from all
parts of the world are here for the
fourth decennial international Con Congregational
gregational Congregational council.
Don't See $3 Bills Often Enough U
Make Us Anxious
Washington, June 29. Warning of
a new counterfeit five dollar note of
the Federal Reserve Bank of Rich Richmond
mond Richmond was issued today by the treas treasury
ury treasury department.
" The Oklawaha Valley railroad is
improving and is almost back to its
heyday of nine years ago. It has just
received a" new, handsome and power powerful
ful powerful engine, "No. 12," from the Bald Baldwin
win Baldwin locomotive works, and the serv service
ice service is being improved steadily.
Among the good things the O. V. is
doing for Ocala and Palatka is the ex excursions
cursions excursions from Palatka and vicinity to
Silver Springs. Last Sunday, more
than 250 excursionists, among them
forty from St. Augustine, were
brought over. It took the new engine
and nearly all the passenger cars on
the road to bring them, but they had
a good trip, a pleasant journey and a
safe return.
Manila, P. I., May 26. (Corres (Correspondence
pondence (Correspondence of the Associated Press.)
The practice of polygamy in the Phil Philippine
ippine Philippine Islands is being reduced thru
education of girls of the leading fam families
ilies families of the outlying provinces, ac according
cording according to Frank W. Carpenter, re retiring
tiring retiring governor of the department of
Mindanao and Sulu.
Mr. Carpenter is here to turn over
administration of his office to the
secretary of the interior who will act
through the bureau of non-Christian
tribes in accordance with a .new ter territorial
ritorial territorial law. This law leaves in effecx
under which the Sultan of Sulu re renounced
nounced renounced all pretensions to temporal
sovereignty but gained recognition
as acclesiastical head of the Moham Mohammedan
medan Mohammedan church in the Sulu archipelago.
The treaty guarantees to the sultai
and his people "the same religious
freedom had by all adherents of all
other religious creeds, the practice of
which is not in violation of the basic
principles of the laws of the United
"It is important to note," said Car
penter in one of his messages written
as governor, "that this includes a lim limitation
itation limitation as to religious practice which
necessarily includes the abandonment
of polygamy. There can be no ques question
tion question that it will disappear as the rel relative
ative relative number of persons of the two
sexes reach an approximate natural
"An effort to impose upon the peo people
ple people of the sultan at this time the in invalidation
validation invalidation of polygamous marriages
heretofore contracted, the prohibition
at this time of polygamy or the dis discontinuance
continuance discontinuance of divorce, mu3t unavoid unavoidably
ably unavoidably result in the active resistance of
a people imbued with- fanatic deter determination
mination determination to die rather than submit to
a privation of their religious liberty
in matters they believe to be funda fundamental
mental fundamental and sanctioned by divine au authority."
thority." authority." Mr. Carpenter said that girls of
prominent families in Mindanao and
Sulu are being sent to Manila public
schools where they associated with
Christian girls and gradually become
imbued with the monogamous ideas
held by the Christians. The girls are
advised to adhere strictly to their
own Mohammedan religion as their
influence, it is said, would be destroy destroyed
ed destroyed if they abandoned it. When they
return to their own people their influ influence
ence influence tends to eliminate plural mar marriages,
riages, marriages, according to Carpenter, who
predicted that the practice will be
virtually wiped out in the course of .a
few years.
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, Pyles and Gist seed
corn. Ocala Seed Store, phone 435. tf

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Editor Showers of Safety Harbor
must have had a bitter experience.
Listen to his lament: "It is one of the
paradoxes of life that the more ex expensive
pensive expensive your fishing tackle, the light lighter
er lighter your fish basket is apt to be." St.
Fetersburg Times.
He's right. We've known many a
mountain boy who with a hickory fish fish-pole
pole fish-pole and piece of twine, with a hook,
sinker and cork on it, all costing five
cents, has caught more fish in one
afternoon than some fellows have
been able to haul out with an expen expensive
sive expensive and up-to-date apparatus in a

Dispatches from the National Democratic-
Convention at San Francisco
will be bulletined in the Star window
this week as fast as they arrive.. San
Francisco time is three hours behind

that of Ocala. and. the. dispatches;
must be relayed three times, so the!
most important dispatches may be on'
the bulletin board before they are in J

the paper.

Says the Ocala Star: "When a man
has a neat garden patch and a neat
patch on the seat of his breeches, it's
a good sign that he and his wife are
thrifty." Not a natural sequence. If
he has a good garden and the patches
are on the knees of his trousers th n
it will be self-evident that he has
done most of the work; but with
patches elsewhere it may be reckon reckoned
ed reckoned he wore out his garments sitting
in a rocker watching his wife do the
weeding. Thorn in Palm Beach Post.
We haven't heard of any Ocala man
who was allowed to sit in a rocker
while his wife weeded the garden.
Perhaps the Palm Beach ladies are
more easy to manage.


"Is my son getting well grounded
in the classics?' 'asked the million


We are praying that a great wave
of common sense may hit the San
Francisco convention and sweep two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds of the delegates on to their

The food you eat isn't produced in
a grocery store or a meat market. If
the producers continue to decrease,
there will soon be nothing for the
consumers to consume.

Fort Pierce News is refreshed be because
cause because there was no cry of fraud in the
recent election. Not much use for a
fellow to cry fraud when there is fif fifteen
teen fifteen to thirty-five thousand majority
against him.

Wrc had ju&t finished paying our
dues for 1919 to the Florida Press
AtTOciation, when here comes a dun
from the secretary for dues of 1920.
Dues are dollar a year. We will have
to quit that organ iaztion it's rates
are too high.

That string of doggerel, "Te Mor Mor-itmi
itmi Mor-itmi Salutamus," in Monday's Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union is u collection of falsehood and
abuse of Woodrow Wilson, such as we
would be surprised to see in a decent
republican paper. Times-Union doesn't
hurt anybody but itself when it prints
such stuff.

"I would put it even stronger than
that," replied the private tutor. "1
may say that he is actually stranded
on them." Boston Transcript.


"I think you were absolutely wrong
Henry, about that furniture."
"Yes, dear."
"And about the wall paper."
"Yes, dear."
"Now, look here, Henry, if you're
net going to be sociable, I'm going
to bed." The Passing Show.


The Miami Herald savs it is time

for the papers of the state to let up j

on Catts. That s right. The voters
put the kibosh on him on the 8th.
Let's forget him now like we would a
bad nightmare. Fort Lauderdale
Let's not be too previously joyful.
We have six months of him yet to endure.

The Miami Herald declares for "old
Calvin Coolidge" because he never
splits an infinitive. That's as good a
way to pick a candidate these days as
any no use of splitting hairs about
it. Lakeland Telegram.
What is an infinitive, anyhow? We
have been writing for the newspapers
about thirty-four years and we have
never known what an infinitive is.

The letter from California, publish published
ed published elsewhere, bears out what the Star
has always argued, that to a man who
owns an auto, good roads will save
him far more than the taxes he must
pay to build and keep up the roads.
A very large proportion of the fam families
ilies families in Marion county now owti autos,
and if a man doesn't have a car of his
own, the fact that his neighbors are
saving money on theirs is helpful to

T.-U. says that the committee on
credentials, which wouldn't seat Sen Sen-atoi
atoi Sen-atoi Reed, was a committee of syco sycophants.
phants. sycophants. If such be the case, the solid
South, including Florida, is sycophan sycophantic,
tic, sycophantic, for every Southern stale, includ including
ing including Missouri, Reed's home, voted
against him. We don't see what right
Reed has in a democratic convention.
He belongs in some crowd where he
could be right between Lafollette and
Tom Watson.

Breathlessly the spiritualistically
inclined lady bent over the ouija
spelling out the communications from
her departed spouse.
"John, are you happy there?" she
"Yes, dear."
"Are you happier than you were cn
the earth?"
"Yes, dear."
"Ah," she breathed. "Heaven must
be a wonderful place."
"I guess so, but I'm not there yet."
American Legion Weekly.
So those fast steamboats Harvard
and Yale have been sold again, and
are once more to go into private serv service
ice service on the Pacific coast. The popu popularity
larity popularity of their names may not have
had anything to do with the fact that
jthe United States government is said
to have obtained for them $..".0o0
more than their present appraisal
value, but the names do seem to be
good for two or three paragraphs in the
newspapers of the country whenever
these boats change hands, says Chris Christian
tian Christian Science Monitor. Which reminds
us that others before the transporta transportation
tion transportation company that built the Harvard
and Yale discovered that there was a
private advertising value in the names
of great universities.

In connection with the practical res reservation
ervation reservation Industries maintained by the
government are conducted 12 demon demonstration
stration demonstration and three experiment farms,
and nearly 400 farmers, stockmen and
assistants are employed and live near
Indian communities for giving in in-stru!ion
stru!ion in-stru!ion and counsel. Under author authority
ity authority of the law the service handles
lartre sums annually in loans to In In-diuas
diuas In-diuas as initial capital for beginning
their self-support and looks after the
la'er liquidation of their loans. The
value of all individual and tribal prop property,
erty, property, if recent "mineral returns be in included,
cluded, included, is approximately $1 .(, x0,-000.

The Centenary of the death of Na Na-po'.eon
po'.eon Na-po'.eon is to be commemorated. It
ov.uht to serve as a reminder of th,
futility of human power to those who,
eays Baltimore American. like him, at attempted
tempted attempted to dominate the world, and
who. as he was, are now in exile and
obscurity, the price of too vaulting an

Secretary of the Navy Daniels is

attending the democratic national;

convention, arriving there via Admir Admiral
al Admiral Rodman's flagship. He was just
in time to read in the afternoon pa

pers of San Francisco just what Ad- j

miral Decker had to say about him.
Jacksonville Metropolis.
Mr. Daniels did not help himself,
the administration nor the party by
arriving at a political meeting on
board a warship. Too much like Ger Germany.
many. Germany. And Secretary of State Colby
has no business representing the ad

ministration in the convention inl

A boost In prices followed by a boost
In wares to meet the boost in prices
and another boost In prices to ta!ce
care of the in wages constitute
a process which has become remark remarkable
able remarkable for speed, hut with no apparent
terminal facilities.

Maybe, If we could generally :s :s-abuse
abuse :s-abuse our minds of the impression that
we must all tret rich within the next
few days we should experience a grad gradual
ual gradual return to more normal conditions
of life.


With the hundreds of thousands f

reindeer now ranging Alaska rein reindeer
deer reindeer Introduced there by the United
States government and the addition additional
al additional hundreds of thousands which the
Canadian government Is going to
.raise on some 73,000 square miles of
territory west of Hudson's bay, rain rain-deer
deer rain-deer steak ought to be cheap in this
country and Canada before many
years, says Boston Transcript. And
reindeer steak is very good. It Is pos possible
sible possible that the reindeer would also
cheapen the supply of milk. If we
could get enough Finnish and North
Swedish girls to milk the cows turn turning
ing turning the old domestic Joke into the sug suggestion
gestion suggestion of a great public blessing. It
Is wonderful to think what benefits
the far northern region of this conti continent
nent continent miy have in store for us. The
reindeer to supply us with meat, leath leather
er leather and milk, and the seals, sables,
black and white foxes and other ani animals
mals animals to clothe us in winter and the
coal mines of Alaska to warm our
houses nothing will remain appar apparently
ently apparently except to discover vast oil fields
to run our motors and our ships with
their product. Look at the map; al almost
most almost one-half of the world's surface
seems to be wasting Itself up there
beyond the Arctic circle! Statesmen
of the world, call It into service, In Instead
stead Instead of devastating us with wars!

Insanity as a defense for major of offenses
fenses offenses is frequently carried to a point
where It is well-nigh ludicrous. It Is
put forth at times In the Interest of
some one whose sanity was never be before
fore before questioned, not even suspected
by those in daily contact with the in-'
dividual. It Is usually a clever plan
of a cunning counselor, who calls in
the so-called experts, propounds the
hypothetical questions, too compli complicated
cated complicated and verbose for human under understanding,
standing, understanding, and then rests his case after
showing the usual array of vagaries
and fancies the Individual may have
been shown to possess. One such case
has recently been tried In the West,
but the jury disregarded the wisdom
of the numerous so-called experts who
were there with mystifying statements
and technical explanations that made
nothing clear, say Ohio State Journal.
Another notorious case, that of a
slacker, whose exploits have been
known over the nation, Is to be pre presented
sented presented to the court as the case of an
insane man, and elaborate prepara preparations
tions preparations are being made to secure the
usual number of experts to testifj.

Efforts to develop the habit of read reading
ing reading good books are being made by
the state department of education.
It is one of the lines of work put
under way to interest the public, the
present and prospective teacher In
the public schools. It ought to bring
large results, because it produces so
much of value and gives the reader so
much pleasure, says Ohio State Jour Journal.
nal. Journal. There are good books obtain obtainable
able obtainable at low cost, and they contain a
wealth of delightful entertainment and
educational value. So many excellent
judges have complied lists of books
for general reading that one needs
make no mistake In selections. State
Superintendent Pearson, who has
found time each day in his busy life
to read part of a book, says reading
is an antidote for a disagreeable old
age. It is his opinion that work In
the schools ought to be so directed that
it would provoke Investigation of
Looks, lead the boys and girls Into
Intimate touch with the best authors,
and lay the foundations for a life lifetime
time lifetime of reading.

American Intervention Is to be Ig Ignored
nored Ignored from now on In European af affairs,
fairs, affairs, always save and excepting
when some disagreeable or Incon Inconvenient
venient Inconvenient duty Is to be done, or when
money Is to be raised for distressed
nations. Then America will be the
first to be appealed to, says Baltimore
American. American advice may be
turned down, but American dollars
will always be welcomed.

In New Zealand, the prince of
Wales declined to take a train run by
special men while the strike was on,
saying he was one of the people and
did not want what the rest of the peo people
ple people could not have. He Is a clever
young man and knows his eue.

An undertaker's car seriously In Injured
jured Injured six persons when It ran Into a
limousine, but It Is not understood
that the morticians of the country fa favor
vor favor going out after business In this
wholesale manner as a general practice.

Anyway, the brides of the future
will not be annoyed by husbands who
long for pies and bread "like mother
made." Mother is not making plea
and bread for the kids so much nowadays.

China Is, perhaps, as willing to make
peace with soviet Russia as it would
be with any other nation. What China
wants is peace and great quantities of
it, undisturbed by any sort of proppit



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holders stockholders of the Clarkson Hardware Co.
will be held at their office in Ocala,
Fia., July 6th, 1920, at 8 o'clock p. m.
F. E. Wetherbee,
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first of the week, when Mr. and Mrs.
B. F. Pcnden and family will take
this cottage for a stay of a month or

! six weeks.

If you have any society items,
phone five-one.

Mr. Ralph Griggs of Oxford was a
business visitor in town today.
"Vou can tffct Anthony Farm lamb
at Marsh's Main Street Market. 25-5t

Mr. D. H. Kibler of Dunnellon was
a business visitor in town this morning.

666 has more imitations than any
other Chill and Fever Tonic on the
market, but no one wants imitations
in medicine. They are dangerous, lu
Mr. L. R. Chtzal's many friends will
regret to learn that he is confined to
his bed and it is hoped that his illness
will be of short duration.


Miss Gladys Park is in Crystal
River visiting her sisters, Mrs. Roy
Thompson and Mrs. H. V. Cooksey.
We are proud of the confidence doc doctors,
tors, doctors, druggists and the public have in
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The friends of Mrs. E. M. Howard

; wii; regret to learn that she has been

quite ill for the past several weeks,
but will be glad to know that she is

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Perkins returned
today from a visit to Mrs. Perkins'
mother, Mrs. Shephard, in Daytona.
Rub-My-Tism is a great pain killer,
lit relieves pain and soreness caused by
rheumatism, neuralgia, sprains, etc
Mrs. Pooser Sr. is in Tampa, being
summoned there on account of the ill illness
ness illness of her daughter-in-law, Mrs.
Sam Pooser.

Mr. and Mrs. King and trained
nurse of Indianapolis, have arrived at
Lake Weir to spend some time at the
Argyle cottage.
C66 quickly relieves Constipation,
Biliousness, Loss of Appetite and
Headaches, due to Torpid Liver, in
Mi. and Mrs. Howard Clark and
children, who have been spending
several weeks at Lake Weir in the
Nurney cottage, will return home the

Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, if
Mrs. N. Guyn arid two children of
Hernando, are expected Wednesday
for a viist of several weeks in the
families of Messrs. Lesley Booher and
Harry Booher.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell i guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices- -f
Mrs. J. A. Bouvier and sons. John

l and Gerald Bouvier of Jacksonville,

are guests in the city at the home of
Mrs. Bouvier's parents, Dr. and Mrs.
W. M. Richardson.

Mr. W. D. Sheppard, who has been
in the city since the Lewis-Chitty Co.
bought out Jake Brown's wholesale
grocery business, and of which he is
manager, will bring his wife and
child to the city as son as a house
can be secured- Ocala will welcome
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Last Thursday nigrht at 8 o'clock at
th First Presbyterian church, Eus Eus-tis,
tis, Eus-tis, there occurred a wedding of
much interest to a number of friends
throughout the state. The contracting

parties were Miss Willie Igou, daugh

ter of Senator and Mrs. Wm. M. Igou,
and Mr. Howard G. Gamble. Mrs.
Gamble has on a number of occasions
visited in Ocala and has manv friends

who will read the following extracts

taken from the Times-Union with in interest.
terest. interest. The Times-Union also contain contained
ed contained an excellent picture of the bride.

"The bride was a picture of beauty
in her wedding gown, fashioned of

shimmering folds of rich white satin,

with an over drapers of real lace,

caught here and there with orange

blosoms, a court train falling from

the shoulders. Her tulle veil was ai ai-ranged
ranged ai-ranged in cap effect, soft folds of the
material holding it in graceful wreath

folds from the face with a wreath of
orange blososms encircling the head.
A shower bouquet of white roses,

showered with valley lilies, completed

the handsome costume.

"The bride entered with her father,

who gave her in marriage, while down

the opposite aisle came the groom
with his best man, Mr. Douglas Igou,
the bride's brother.

"The entire wedding party arrang

ed themselves on the broad white

steps leading to the pulpit rostrum,
the matron of honor and maid of
honor at the top and the maids on

down to the lowest step, while on the.
opposite side were the ushers and

groomsmen in the same arrangement.
The bride and groom mounted the
steps and were met by Dr. Moore for
the ceremony which was beautiful and
impressive, and during which the
organ sounded soft strains.
"Immediately after the ceremony an
informal reception was held at the
home of the bride on West Lemon
avenue. The interior of the house was
lovely in decorations of ferns and
roses. The dining room was especially
attractive, streamers of pink tulle
interwoven with aspaargus fern,
l cached from the chandelier to the
edge of the table, which was covered
with a lace cloth.
"Later in the evening the bride
denner a handsome suit of dark blue
with waist of brown georgette, brown
hat, shoes and gloves, and amid show showers
ers showers of rice and good wishes and good goodbyes,
byes, goodbyes, Mr. and Mrs. Gamble left for a
wedding trip before going to Detroit
to live. The bride's bouquet wa
caught from staircase by Miss An An-tionette
tionette An-tionette Mullikin. A handsome col collection
lection collection of wedding gifts in silver, cut
glass, china and linens was on display
in the upper hall, the gift from the
bride's parents being a chest of silver.
"The bride is the only daughter of
Senator and Mrs. Igou and is one of
Eustis' most charming girls. She
graduated from the Florida State Col College
lege College for Women at Tallahassee, and
if gifted in many ways, and is popular
all over the state.
"The groom is the so nof Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Gamble of Tallaahssee,
and is a scion of one of the South's
old aristocratic families. During the
world war he saw active service and
returned only last summer from Ger Germany,
many, Germany, where he was with the army of
occupation, as a first lieutenant. He
is at present loacted in Detroit, Mich.,
where he holds a responsible position
wit ha large fur company.
"The wedding of last Thursday
right is the culmination of a romance
begun during college days in Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, and unites two of the most
prominent families in the state."
Mrs. M. Fishel son and daughter,
Mr. Julius Fishel and Miss Pauline
Fishel are spending this week at Lake
Weir, guests at the home of Mrs.
Fishel's sister, Mrs. C. Rheinauer.
Dance Tuesday night, June 29th,
over Commercial Bank. Be sure to be
there and every Tuesday night from
now on. 28-2t

Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mrs. Alfred Beck of Fort
Lauderdale and Mr. T. S. Trantham of
this city have returned from their
motor trip to Fort Pierce.
Not a great while ago a young man
told us that he was thinking seriously
of getting married. Shortly afterward
he did. Some people have no concep conception
tion conception at all of what serious thinking
really is. Brown Bull.
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Mr. Mack Taylor returned last
night from Jacksonville, driving a new
White truck which he will use in his
gasoline delivery business. The tank
on the truck has a capacity of 400
gallons. This is a handsome truck
and with its addition to the Texaco
fleet Mr. Taylor now has four trucks
in commission.

Dance Tuesday night, June 29th,
over Commercial Bank. Be sure to be
there and every Tuesday night from
now on. 28-2t
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. McCuen, Mrs.
Zuber and son, William and Mrs. P.
A. Methvin of Lake Weir were visi visitors
tors visitors in town today. These families
are expecting Dr. and Mrs. Fincher
of Atlanta the first of July to make
them a visit, and Dr. and Mrs. Spence
and two daughters of Camila, Ga.,
together with other friends will arrive
the first of July to occupy the Good Goodwin
win Goodwin cottage for the month.


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One-half Bar. .73 Qal.
Five Gallons 4.00 Can

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Temperature this morning, 65; this
afternoon, 89.

Mr. E. C. Jordan is driving an Es Es-ftex
ftex Es-ftex phaeton rmrchased from Philip
i. Murphy.
Experience is the only teacher in
position to demand and get is own
price. Exchange.
Dr. If. C Dozier is now driving a
new Essex roadster purchased from
Mr. Philip G. Murphy, the local
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
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thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Mr. W. E. Conway, representing
the Gar ford Motor Truck Co., of Lima,
Ohio, spent yesterday in Ocala with
Mr. Philip G. Murphy, the Garford
Jud Tunkins says he's going to
have help this summer if he has to
put phoongraphs on the farm machin machinery
ery machinery and have moving pictures in the
b.rn. Washington Star.
Mr. Edward Green has returned
home from the lake, where he has
heen visiting for the past three weeks
with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. McCuen, Mrs.
Zuher and Mrs. P. A. Methvin at their
cottage, the "Maczume" a combina combination
tion combination of the three names.
Mr. Edward Chazal left yesterday
afternoon for West Point to enter the
U. S. Military Academy, having pass passed
ed passed a creditable examination some
months ago. While his many friends
reluctantly see him leave, they are


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In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service ii
second to nont

Certificate No
My full name is

I hereby apply for the reinstatement of $... insurance grant granted
ed granted to me under the provisions of the War Risk Insurance Act, now lapsed
or cancelled for nonpayment of premium, and I .do hereby certify that I
am now, to the best of my knowledge and belief, in as good health as I was
at the date of my discharge or at the expiration of the grace period, which
ever is the later date.

Address of witness
Rank and organization of applicant at
date of application for this insur-
Date discharged
Fill out this. blank, attach a check
months premiums and mail it to the
Risk Insurance, Washington, D. C.
limit given for reinstatement expires

proud of the record he made to enable
him to enter West Point.

Dr. J. G. Baskin of Dunnellon re recently
cently recently purchased a new Hudson
speedster from Mr. Philip G. Mur Mur-rhy,
rhy, Mur-rhy, the local Hudson and Essex
dealer. Dr. Baskin has been driving
a Hudson super six for three years
and the excellent service given him
by this car directed his choice when
purchasing a new car.
Ninety day and old fashion velvet
beans, chufas, cow peas and sorghum
seed. Ocala Seed Store, nhone 435. tf
Buenos Aires, May 26. The recent recently
ly recently organized Buenos Aires post of the
American Legion wiP. be known as
"Spencer Ely Post." Spencer Sly was
the first American residing in Argen Argentina
tina Argentina to volunteer to service his coun country
try country in France and the first to fall of
the Argentine contingent. On his ar ar-lival
lival ar-lival in France, Ely joined the 165th
regiment (the old fighting 69th, of
New York) and was killed at Chateau
Thierry. After having been wounded
in action he was carried to a dressing
station from which he refused to be
moved until more seriously wounded
comrades had been taken to the rear.
Before his turn came, the dressing
station was blown up by a German
shell. Ely was a native of Flushing,
N. Y., and a descendant of General
Schuyler, of the American revolution.
His family has resided in Buenos
Aires for about 12 years.
When folk lie about you, don't get
angry suppose they had known the
tiut habout you and told that? Bos Boston
ton Boston Post.



Date t 19
(Signature of Applicant)
Address of applicant
Last month for which
premium was paid
Amount term insurance
premium inclosed $.
Amount converted insur insurance
ance insurance premium inclosed
(if any) $.
or postoffice money order for two
Insurance Division, Bureau of War
For many ex-service persons the time
July 1, 1920.


A candidate for the office of com commissioner
missioner commissioner of a certain county in
Georgia is said to have filed the foi
lowing itemized account of his ex
penses in the campaign:
"Lost, 1347 hours of sleep thinking
abou tthe election. Lost, two front
teeth and a whole lot of hair in a
personal encounter with an opponent
Donated one beef, four shoats and five
sheep to a country barbecue. Gave
away two pairs of suspenders, four
caiico dresses, $5 in cash and thirteen
baby rattles. Kissed 125 babies.
Kindled 14 kitchen fires. Put up four
stoves. Walked 4076 miles. Shook
hands with 9508 persons. Told 10,101
lies and talked enough to make in
print 1000 volumes. Attended 16 re
vival meetings and was baptized four
times by immersion and twice by
some other way. Contributed $50 to
foreign missions and made love to
nine grass widows and 49 old maids
Got dog-bit 35 times and was defeat defeated."
ed." defeated." GOOD FINANCE
A famous financier was taken ser seriously
iously seriously ill at the age of ninety and
felt that his end was near.
"Nonsense," said the doctor, "the
Lord isn't going to take you till you
have passed the hundred mark."
"No, my friend," said the aged
banker, "that wouldn't be good fi finance.
nance. finance. Why should the Lord wait till
I reached par when he can pick me
up at ninety?" Argonaut.
RATES Six line, maximum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month, $3. Payable in ad advance.
vance. advance. WANTED Honey. Send two-ounce
sample to Jacksonville Cracker
Works, Jacksonville, Fla. 28-lm
FOR RENT Large, comfortable bed
room with lights and bath. Apply
at 516 Lime St., Ocala. 28-lt
LOST Saturday, probably between
Colonial hotel and Temple theater,
pair of kryptok lenses with button
and chain attachment. Notify Mrs.
R. E. Layton. 28-3t
FOR SALE Pool table in first class
condition, cheap. Apply to B.
Goldman. "Why Pay More." 24-St
WANTED A competent furniture
repair man, to take charge of all
repair work and second hand de department.
partment. department. Apply to E. C. Jordan
& Co. 21-6t
WANTED Young lady to wait on
table. Appl yto City Cafe. 3-tf
WANTED Common laborers; steady
work guaranteed; large steel and
wire works; no shut-downs; no la labor
bor labor troubles. Address Gulf States
Steel Company, Alabama City, Al Alabama.
abama. Alabama. 23-6t
FOR SALE Desirable Home Proper Property;
ty; Property; nine-room, two-story residence,
large airy rooms, wide halls up up-and
and up-and downstairs; bath room and lin linen
en linen closet; spacious porces front and
rear; large capacity cistern with
pump on porch; electric lights and
other conveniences. Lot 70x150.
Just off Oklawaha on Daugherty
street. Price $4000 if sold at once.
Call at No. 16 Daugherty street,
city. 23-6t
your orders to Smoak's Shop. Phone
?1J6. 2-m
FOR RENT Furnished apartment,
private bath. Just off Fort King
avenue. No children. Call phone
211. 16-15t
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Airedale
puppies. Mrs. J. A. Manly. Phone
517, Ocala. 26-6t
FOR SALE 20-acre farm for saU
cheap; all under fence; five-room
house and barn in Ocala. Price
$700. Apply W. Tagg, 307 Main
street. 2-6t
WANTED Completely furnished
house or apartment, of five or six
rooms, in good neighborhood.
Premises will be well cared for.
Phone 48 or write Box 558,
city. 29-3t
WANTED Good all around mechanic
at Weirsdale Garage, Weirsdale,
Fla. 24-6t
WOOD! Put in your winter supply
of wood now. By the cord or in
carload lots. W. N. Home, Ocala,
Fla. 25-12t
FOR SALE A fine young Jersey
cow, just fresh. C. P. Howell, Box
188, Ocala, Fla. Phone 39M. 24-6t
WTANTED For permanent position,
competent lady stenographer, who
can assist with books when neces necessary.
sary. necessary. E. C. Jordan & Co. 21-6t
WANTED Board in private family.
Man and wife; no children. Ad Address
dress Address H. J., care Star office. 23-3t

Brick and Plastering
Tile and Marble Flooring
215 Fifth Street. Phone 526

Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
ito is A
Little Insect Takes Huge Toll From
Scientists say that mosquitoes car carrying
rying carrying the deadly malaria and other
disease germs are responsible for
more deaths than all of the wars since
the bezginning of time.
Their bite is often as deadly as a
By every method known to mankind
both national and local health services
are trying to exterminate them, but
this will never be. We must protect
ourselves against this pest. By proper
screening and by a daily spray of
TORMENT the house can be kept
free of all mosquitoes. TOMENT is
a gaseous vapor in which no danger danger-our
our danger-our insect can live. It is death to in insects
sects insects but harmless to human beings.
Sold by drueeists. eeneral stores
and dealers everywhere.
Manufactured by G. B. Williams
ComDanv. Quitman. fJa Avrlnsivolv
Adv. 1
advertise in the Star.


v AmM foil illii ill liiii! Jnlil.-vJO .y5f r. -. -t ;: 'it ''fcjCv I
The Simplicity of a

A Maxwell i9 a simple car.
Its engine, axles, clutch,
transmission and gears are
the utmost in simplicity,
which is the goal of scien scientific
tific scientific eninecrin?;.
Special steels have made
this possihle. They are steels
made to Maxwell's own for for-mulae,
mulae, for-mulae, the result of thou thousands
sands thousands of tests and years of
These steels gi ve a Maxwell
the remarkahle combination
of extra strength and light lightness
ness lightness in weight.
In this way complicated
construction has he en
avoided. Simple design has
naturally followed and to
this simplicity rare atreugth


Acd Sotxr Stomach Caused This
Lady Much Suffering. Black-

Draught Relieved.
MeadorsYille, Kj. Mrs. Pearl Pat
rick, of this place, writes: "I was
very constipated. I had sour stomach
and was so uncomfortable. I went to
the doctor. He gave me some pills.
They weakened me and seemed to
tear up my digestion. They would
gripe me and afterwards it seemed
I was more constipated than before.
I Xeard of Black-Draught and de decided
cided decided to try it I found it Just waat I
needed. It was an easy laxative, and
not bad to swallow. My digestion soon
Improved. I got well of the sour stom stom-aeh.
aeh. stom-aeh. my bowels soon seemed normal,
no more griping, and I would take a
doie now and. then, and was In good
I cannot say too much for Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught for It Is the finest laxatlrs
one can use."
Thedford's Black-Draught has for
many years been found of great value
in the treatment of stomach, liver and
bowel troubles. Easy to take, gentle
and reliable in Its action, leaving no
bad after-effects, it has won the praise
of thousands of people who hare used
W. S. Tucker
Notice is hereby ziven that I the
undersigned who was convicted of
being accessory to the crime of grand
larceny, in the spring term of the
circuit court of Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and sentenced to serve one year
in the state penitentiary, will make
application for pardon before the
next meeting of the pardon board,
which will meet in Tallahassee, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, July 6th and 7th, 1920.
6-22-10t W. S. Tucker.
Rub-My-Hsm is a powerful antisep antiseptic;
tic; antiseptic; it kills the poison caused from in infected
fected infected cuts, cures old sores, tetter, etc.

is Due to Special

has heen added by the ue
of these special steels.
Strains, twists, thrusts,
shocks and blows are
tected against in many c
cars by reinforcements, extra
weight in metals used, and
a design that obviously is
anything but 'simple.
In a Maxwell this simplic simplicity
ity simplicity has made the car easier
to build, and it therefore is
better built, easier to drive,
and easier to care for.
That, this should win
friends for Maxwell is al almost
most almost too obvious to call at attention
tention attention to.
Nearly 400,000 persona
now drive a Maxwell,which is
a very definite endorsement.




"That young fellow looks furtive,"
remarked the customer. "Isn't he apt
to try to pinch something?'
"No," replied the experienced jew jeweler.
eler. jeweler. "He wants to buy an engage engagement
ment engagement ring." Answers.
And now learned physicians pro propose
pose propose to graft goat glands into human
beings to cure various ailments. Well,
since he Is ore the consumer might
as well have everything pertaining to
If the United States had made as
bad a mess of the war as it has made
of peace, kraut and pig knuckles would
be a leader on Paris menus at this
Drink, so It Is claimed, is Indulged
In In order to forget. Has anyone tried
a tablespoonful of tabasco sauce ? That
will make one forget everything else
for a while.
The French law says an unmarried
man becomes an "old bachelor at
thirty, but It still halts over the diffi difficult
cult difficult problem of deciding when a maid
becomes a spinster-
Another Indication of how times
have changed is, when you were a boy
a fresh egg for breakfast was a com common
mon common occurrence. Now it marks an
epoch In a human life.
What do the j burglars do with the
fancy silk shirts they steal? No self self-respecting
respecting self-respecting burglar would wear the
Arabs say they prefer a United
States mandate. They Insist upon
adopting us as godfather whether we
will or not.
The arrest of a former army avia aviator
tor aviator for reckless flying Is a forecast of
a new traffic regulation that Is bound
to grow to large proportions!

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