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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1920.
VOL' 26, NO. 170
IIP AGAINST IT
WHAT'S THE USE OF
A LABOR BOARD
THE FIRST RAGE
III THE UKRAINE
Weather Forecast: Local thunder
showers probably tonight and Saturday.
Til DM AT
Was Far Ahead of Shamrock -When
Part of Her Rigging
. Gave -Way. ,' . ; ; -'"
. (Associated Pr-s).
Sandy Hook, July 10. Great Brit Britain
ain Britain gained a toehold on the America's
cup yesterday when Sir Th?mas Iipr
ton's challenger. Shamrock IV. won
the first race of the 1920 regatta after
the defender, Resolute, had been forc forced
ed forced out of the running by an accident
to her rigging.
The green challenger must win two
more races out of a possible maxi maximum
mum maximum of four if she is to achieve Sir
Thomas Lipton's dream of taking the
bottomless pewter trophy back to
Britain. Resolute must win three
out of four to retain the clap which
has been in possession of the New
York Yacht Club since 1851. Thesec Thesec-ond
ond Thesec-ond race will start at noon Saturday.
The Shamrock's victory yesterday
was iii the face of what seemed cer certain
tain certain defeat. The Resolute had taken
the lead at the start and held it by an
ever-widening margin, until, as she
swooped within half a mile of the
turning mark, 15 miles' from the
r tart, spectators on theJ great fleet of
pleasure craft saw her great area of
bellying canvas shiver and begin to
pink, fluttering down her mast. A
sudden gust had snapped her throat
halyard and a second later the jaw
of her gaff were shattered beyond re repair.
pair. repair. Capt. Charles Francis Adams II
sent two men aloft to repair the dam damage
age damage while the stricken yacht limped
slowly around the turning mark near nearly
ly nearly five minutes ahead of the Sham Shamrock
rock Shamrock IV. A few moments later, how however,
ever, however, the men descended, reported the
extent of the damage and Capt. Ad
ams gave the order that furled Reso Reso-lute's
lute's Reso-lute's main sail and gave the race to
RESOLUTE WILL BE READY
'" Sandy Hook, July ; 1G. Repairs to
the Resolute proceeded rapidly today
with every prospect that the cup de-
fender would be in readiness for an another
other another race for the America's cup to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. f
rABLO GONZALES A PRISONER
( Associated Press) 4
Mexico City; July ri6Genr Pablo
Gonzales, former candidate for presi president
dent president and alleged leader of the Neivo
Leon revolution, was captured yester yesterday
day yesterday and will be placed on trial immed immediately!
iately! immediately! """
TURNER ON TRIAL
Richmond, July 16. William Tur Turner,
ner, Turner, a negro, was placed on trial here
today for the murder of T. Morgan
Moore of Alexandria, and attempting
to rob and attack Miss Pearl Clark,
secretary of Congressman' Britten of
Illinois. The killing occurred the
night of May 23, at the Virginia end
of the highway bridge between Wash;.
CALIFORNIAN MAY WIN
THE DAVIS CUP
, (Associated Press)
Wimbledon, England, July 16.
William Johnson of California, won
the first match for the American
Davis cup team in the contest with a
British team for the rigth to chal challenge
lenge challenge the Australian for the trophy.
KEPT HER MONEY IN
WOMAN'S NATIONAL BANK
Columbus, Ga., July 16The search
continued today for John Heath, the
cotton mill worker, charged with the
ir.urder of Mrs. Mattie Wells, a palm palmist.
ist. palmist. Robbery is declared to have been
the motive as the woman's stocking,
where she was known to have kept
a large sum of money, was drawn
down when the body was found.
IN NEW YORK
New York, July 16. An unidenti unidentified,
fied, unidentified, well-dressed man was found to today
day today with gunshot wounds, and died
en route to the hospital. Miss Loret Loret-ta
ta Loret-ta Leroy, who took the man to the
hospital in her limousine, told the po police
lice police she found him in a dying condi condition.
tion. condition. Afterward a revolver was found
in the limousine. The woman and
her two companions were held. t
SAYS HE WILL DRIVE
HIS "ONE HORSE SHAY"
' Associated Press)
Marion, O., July 6. If Warren G.
Harding is elected president of the
United States, his father. Dr. G. Ty-
rnn TTarrfinP' iTrnfcts tn Hrive his
'one horse shay" in the inaugural circular concrete wall 33 feet high, 14
paarde for his son. The aged debtor. Inches thick at the top and 24 inches
has never taken up with the modern thlck bottom. The New Yon
means of transportation, but still re-1 state buildmg commission has adopt adopt-tains
tains adopt-tains his old horse and single seated e4 this idea and expects to enclose
Kntrirv Tf ita o-ooA enough for Mar-
ion, it is good enough for Pennsyl-
v vania avenue," said the candidate's
father. "When Warren is inaugurat inaugurated,
ed, inaugurated, 111 drive my horse and buggy in
the inaugural parade."
Brabham peas $7 per bushel. Bit Bitting
ting Bitting & Co.. phone 14. 15-3t
Is the Only Thing Allies in Debate
with Germans Will Find En Entirely
tirely Entirely ESieaeious
(Associated Press), -";
Spa,. July 16. Gereman delegates
at the conferences -have, agreed in
principle with the terms submitted by
the Allies for coal deliveries but will
ask explanation of certain articles in
the allied note.
The Germans conferred and senjt
word to Jhe supreme council that Ger Germany's
many's Germany's reply to the coal delivery ul ultimatum
timatum ultimatum would not be ready till 4 p.
m. It is expetced the Germans will
ask for a modification of the. protocol.
NO ANSWER NEEDED
The British officials declare that no
reply has been received from the Rus Russian
sian Russian soviet regarding the proposed
armistice between Russia and Poland.
Paris, July 16. The exchange of
ratifications of the treaty of St. Ger Germain,
main, Germain, establishing peace between the
allies and Austria, took place here to today.
day. today. .. ,"';' :.
ALMOST TOO BAD TO BELIEVE
Paris, July 16. -The' Russian em empress
press empress and her children were burned
alive after the execution of Emperor
Nicholas at Ekaterinburg, it is alleg alleged
ed alleged in statements, attributed to em empress'
press' empress' former courier which were pub published
lished published here today.
Paris, July 16The health Pres President:
ident: President: Deschanel is reported geratly
improved. He will probably resume
his presidential functions in Septem September.
ber. September. '- "' ;
KEYNOTE OF THE CAMPAIGN
Will Harding be Able to Make It Fit
, the Lock?
1 (As-sedated Press)
Marionj O., July 16. Senaor Hard Harding
ing Harding today kept hard -at work on his
acceptance speech. The speech will
be read as the keynote of the repub republican
lican republican campaign.
PLEASANT B. HURST
.The' many friends of 'Mrs. S. R.
Pylea are, in deep sympathy with her
in the loss of her brother, Mr. Pleas Pleasant
ant Pleasant B. Hurst, whose death occurred
last evening at Mrs. Pyles home after
an illness of several months.
Mr. Hurst was originally from
New Albany, Ind., but came to Ocala
about six years ago and has since
made his home with his sister at
Glenhurstn. where he received every
attention that loving hands could ex extend.
tend. extend. Mr. Hurst was an elegant old gen gentleman,
tleman, gentleman, highly respected and beloved
by every acquaintance and during his
long illness was a most patient sufferer.-.
- ;:; ; '. f .-: '-'v J;Y
His remains were sent to New Al Albany,
bany, Albany, Ind., where interment will be
made. The body will be taken charge
of there by Mr. Hurst'sjbrother, Mr.
B. F. Hurst.
MODERN PRISON METHODS
Joilet, 111.. July 16. Sunlight for
every cell and individual washbowls
with hot and cold water are conven conveniences
iences conveniences to be found within the new
cylindrical state prison at Statesville,
The prison house, the first of its
kind in the world, gives one the im impression,
pression, impression, upon entrance of being in
an aviary. Every cell has been pro provided
vided provided with 90 minutes of sunlight,
coming through a skylight. This uni universal
versal universal distribution of sunlight accom accomplished
plished accomplished by a slight curve in the sky
light was figured by Forest Ray Moul Moul-ton.
ton. Moul-ton. professor of astronomy at the
University of Chicago.
- A cafeteria system, another new
idea for prison life, has been installed.
Most of the eatables are supplied
from the 220-acre honor farm upon
which the prison is located.
The 248 cells which are all alike
are built of concrete with cork in insulation
sulation insulation in the walls. The doors of
the cells are doubly locked. They can
be automatically locked by a hydrau hydraulic
lic hydraulic oil control and then the guard
comes around and locks each cell sep separately.
arately. separately. They can be opened individ individually.
ually. individually. .
In the center of the rprison is a
tower from where the guards can
watch the movements of all prison prisoners.
ers. prisoners. '' ;
At night the outside of the prison
is lighted up with electric lights by
which the guard in the center of the
round prison house can see every everything,
thing, everything, that is going on in front of the
The prison is surrounded with a
in3 witn a sirauar wan.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until r further notice notice-Jake
Jake notice-Jake Brown, Secretary.
' A. L. Lucas, V. II.
Young Floridian, Fighting for Poland,
May Have Given His Life for
that Brave, Despairing Land
VW ( Associated Press)
t; Warsaw, July. 16, Alexander Uczi Uczi-wek,
wek, Uczi-wek, a Chicago Y. M. C. A. worker
with the Polish army, was killed in a
battle between Poles and bolsheviki,
while Captain Merion Cooper of Jack
sonville, Fla., a member of the K03-i
ciousko Air Squadron, has been miss missing
ing missing four days.
What have you to sell or trade?
Look it up and advertise it in th
lid You See Our Ad Mitral EntMsiasm ?
w Here is a Part lot It:
Our customers are ENTHUSIASTIC pfople. ENTHUSIASTIC pver the
fact that they, through their efforts, are saving money on their grocery bills.
Now, if you are not saving money on your grocery bill, its your own
fault. If you are paying
yuu arc nut ireauiig yourseii or yuur urcau-wiimcr ngiiu :
This store is located in the center of Ocala, is easy to get to. When you
are once on the inside its easy to get service This is because you serve your yourself.
self. yourself. The stock is so arranged that you hafe no trouble in finding what you
want. All goods are marked and you are never in doubt about the price!
We have one thousand
The following list was picked at random from the shelves. We can undersell
for the reason that we hae only enough help'to check your items and keep
the stock in shape. We sell for cash only and have no losses on bad accounts:
Cloverbloom Butter, per lb ..... 67c
Nucoa Oleomargarine, lb . . . . 39c
White Bacon, per lb. .. ...... ..24c
15o. Vanila Extract, per bottle . .13c
30q Vanilla Extract ....... .... 25c
40c Burnett Vanila Extract. .36c
15c Lemon Extract. J . 13c
40c Burnett Lemon Extract 36c
10c pkg. Starch 8ft c
40c Premium CoflFee . ....... . .35e
60c Seal Brand Coffee 55c
Arbuckle's Coffee . .
25c. Tetley's Tea .....
50c Tetley's Tea . .
5c Tetley's Tea
10c Tetley's Tea
10c C. and S. Tea....
4Cc. Armour's Tripe
35c Advance Tripe .
?0c Tall Salmon
15c Vienna Sausage
35c Beef Loaf .......
35c Veal Loaf
50c Jars Dried Beef
40c Lunch Tongue
25c Underwood Ham
15c Mixed Vegetables for soup... 11c
20c No. 1 Corn 17c
25c Nabob Asparagus Tips... ..22c
45c. Del Monte Asparagus Tips.. 39c
20c Kingan's Pork and Beans.. ..13c
20c Snider's Pork and Beans. ... ,15c
10c Van Camp Baked Beans. .... .8c
15c Van Camp's Baked Beans.... 13c
35c Van Camp's Baked Beans 31c
40c Snider's Catsup 32c
'25c Snider's Catsup ..20c
25c Burt Olney's Catsup......... 20c
40c Log Cabin Maple and Cane
Syrup .... .35c
75c Log Cabin Maple and Cane
Syrup .. .. ..64c
50c Jars Pillan's Fla. Syrup..... 45c
50c Bot. Royal Purple Grape juice. 40c
40e lb. tins Peanut Butter........ 35c
15c Shoe Polish
These prices are
special day. You save
Russian Offensive in that Quarter
Met an Unexpectedly Stub Stubborn
born Stubborn Resistance
Berne, July 16. The Russian offen offensive
sive offensive in the Ukraine has come to a
standstill, according to Bucharest ad-
mm tf m M 1
vices. me counter onensive oi ine
Ukrainians is making progress.
BOLS GAIN IN NORTHERN SEC-
London, July 16. Continued suc success
cess success of the bolsheviki along the north north-era
era north-era sector is announced from -Mos
You Can Saw Money on your
You are Willing to Make
the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE for your food supply W
pourraVt JS6c petd
Bags Obelisk Flour $1.00
Bags Obelisk Flour 2.00
Bags GOLD MEDAL Hour. .98
Bags GOLD MEDAL Flour...- 1.96
good just as long as the
money any time you come.
OCALA HOUSE BLOCK
If It Does Not Decide in Favor of
Organized Labor, There Will be
a Strike Anyfiow
Chicago, July 16. President Fitz Fitzgerald,
gerald, Fitzgerald, of the brotherhood of railway
clerks, has arrived to confer with the
executives of sixteen recognized rail railroad
road railroad organizations. He confers Mon Monday
day Monday with 200 chairmen of the clerk's
brotherhood. A mass meeting Mon Monday
day Monday night has been called to perfect
plans for the immediate calling of a
strike if the awards of the labor
board are unsatisfactory, it is said.
$1.25 Bot. Virginia Dare Wine.... 90c
Water Ground Meal, lb.. 6c
s10c Octagon Soap ...8c
8c Santa Claus Soap . i ......... 6c
8c Clarett Soap ,..6c
10c P. & G. Soap ..'..........9c
8c Rub-No-More Soap ......... .7e
10c. pkg. Matches 8c
25c Royal Baking Powder ..23c
50c Royal Baking Powder. 45c
30c Royal Cocoa .....,'......... .27c
40c Stollwerck Cocoa ....... . . 35c
30c tins Super Cream (not milk). 25c
25c. St. Elmo Cond. Milk ..20c
Tall Van Camp Milk 14c
Baby Van Camp Milk. ...... . . .7e
Tall Everyday Milk... 14c
Tall Borden's Milk 14c
Baby Borden's Milk 7c
?5c White Label Corn.. ...21c
25c Veribest Corn .;19c
20c Wax Wing Corn 17c
17c Florida Tomatoes two for 23c
20c Silver Run Peas .........15c
S5c Geneva Sweet Peas. ........ .30c
35c Van Camp's Sifted Peas. . . .30c
20c Foote's Best Stringless Beans. 15c
25c Foote's Spinach 20c
25c Emperson Kraut. 22c
20c W. L. Pumpkin.... .. 17c.
20c W. L. Big Hominy 17c
50c Grated Pineapple.. ..45c
40c Sliced Pineapple........ 35c
COc W. L. Peaches 50c
60c Hunt's Peaches. 49c
55c Brownie Apricots ,48c
50c McHhaney Tobasco Sauce.... 44c
25c Royal Chili Sauce... 21c
40c Durkee Dressing..... 37e
50c Premier Dressing 45c
35c Royal Dressing........ 38c
,50c Jars Pure Fruit Jams 45c
55c Jars Pure Fruit Jams 48c
60c Jars Paul's Jam....... ,55c
10c Shoe Polish, black, white, tan.. 9c
goods last. Every day is a
Get the habit.
Rotes from Three Cities Met and Had
a Good Time at Marion County's
Aquatic Play Ground
There was not so many Rotafian3
at Silver Springs yesterday as was
expected, for it was raining down Or Orlando
lando Orlando way, but if the Rotes of that
burg had taken their hearts in their
hands or rather their motor cars,
they would have had good weather
and almost every other good -thing
except a church at the rendezvous.
There was a good-sized delegation
from Gainesville people living on
the Gainesville road thought there
must be a political meeting at Ocala
from the way the motor cars whizzed
by. The Palatka folks came over on
the Oklawaha Valley's little gasoline
train, and if there was any Ocala
Rote who couldn't get out .there any
other-way he walked." AH had well well-filled
filled well-filled picnic baskets and an insatiable
desire to have a share in what fun
there was going.
Ed Carmichael, with his usual gen geniality,
iality, geniality, welcomed the crowd, home
fclks and all, and kept an eye out all
the afternoon to see none of them
lacked facility for fun. Nobody goes
away from Silver Springs unhappy if
Ed. knows it.
Of course, the Rotes first bloomed
out as little prairie flowers, and it
'wasn't noticeable that any of them
wilted until after they had gone home
and sleeptime came. Bathing univer
sally and unanimously was indulged
and it was evident that the ladies
brought their shapes with them. Some
of the men looked .like performing
seals, but they added merriment to
About six' o'clock a picnic dinner
was served. There was enough and
then some of the best the housewives
of three cities could prepare, and the
spread was nothing less than ; an
All the afternoon, the Ocala band
was rendering good music from the
pavilion, and occasionally a bunch
would repair that way and trip the
light fantastic. After dinner,' the
whole crowd flocked into the pavilion
and with music, dancing, "Shoo Fly,"
singing and conversation rapidly spun
the time away until it had to go home.
Ocala people never have enough of
Silver Springs, Palatka people, who
live by a big river never find but
where the best of it comes from until
they visit the springs, and Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville folks, who can only roll over in
their bath tubs at home, of ten threat threaten
en threaten to move their town or steal the
Those v present from Gainesville
were Charlie Harris, Geo. P. Morris,
Finley Cannon, James McCullom, Dan
Cox, Ed Wynn, Frank Hartsfield,
Fletcher Burnett, Charley Capers,
Milt McClannock, Ed Wynn, William
Pepper, Gordon Tison, Larkins Car Carter,
ter, Carter, John Scott, .Robert Brush, Nich
Maddock, Addison Pound, Sam M.
Mixon, Lawrence Coles, DeWitt Smith
and Warren Welch.
Those from Palatka were Ernest
Riwton and wife, John Murphy and
wife, Ed Ernest and wife, Mrs. Hyers,
Mrs. Lafln, Miss Hyers, Louis Kalb Kalb-field'
field' Kalb-field' and Louis Jr., Frank Waymer,
Donald McQueen, wife and son, Mrs.
George Hilty and Mr. Paul Hilty.
BUICK MOVIE TONIGHT
One of the most interesting and
spectacular pictures that the Temple
has had for some time will be seen at
the theater tonight, when there will
be a special feature displaying activ activities
ities activities at the factory of the Bvick
Motor Company. This feature will
give you some idea of the facilities
which the Buick Motor, Company has
for the manufacture of its product,
and is sure to prove very interesting
and instructive to the children as
well as older folks. Be sure to at attend
tend attend the Temple theater tonight and
you will see those fine Buick cars
made from start to finish.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, J. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows hall at the corner of
Fort King Ave. and Osceola St. A
warm welcome always extended to
J. D. McCaskilL N. G.
H. R. Luff man, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hail at 7:30 p. m. every sec
ond and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
J. C. Bray, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
JL A. MASONS
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13 R. A. M. on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 238. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and four Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge room a
upstairs over Troxler's and the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
- C. Y. Miller' E. 32.
E. J. tJrook, Secretary.-
The Meeting Held Yesterday in Or-
lando Showed Cooperation
9 Throughout State
. The Florida State Association of
Commercial Organization Secretaries
was formed yesterday in Orlando.
Louis H. Chazal, secretary of the
Marion County Board of Trade,
states that the gathering of secre secretaries
taries secretaries showed a wonderful sentiment
for state-wide co-operation, and a
unanimous desire to get away from
the old idea of "cut-throat competi competition"
tion" competition" that former gristed to a great
extent in the business world. It was
evident at the meeting that Florida
has taken a very big step forward in
recent years in the matter of solidify solidifying
ing solidifying the state. Good roads are ia a
large measure responsible. The new
association was organized for the
purpose of bringing the various sec secretaries
retaries secretaries together for mutual helpful helpfulness.
ness. helpfulness. The organization is in no sense
a state chamber of commerce, and
will have nothing to do with matters
of policy. It will be a medium for
the exchange of ideas and the solution'
of the several problems with which
the commercial secretaries are, from
time to time, confronted. There were
twenty-two organizations represented
at the meeting, and an effort will be
made to get every commercial secre secretary,
tary, secretary, of the state into the organiza organization.
tion. organization. The following officers were elected:
President, L. P. Dickie, Tampa board
of trade; vice president, B. 11. Kess Kess-ler,
ler, Kess-ler, Jacksonville chamber of com commerce;
merce; commerce; secretary-treasurer, Louis 11.
Cbazal, Marion county board cf trade.
Board of directors: Mrs. F. R.'. S. S.Philips,
Philips, S.Philips, Panama City board of trade;
J. Forest Caldwell, Bartow board of
trade; Guy Livingston, Miami cham chamber
ber chamber of commerce; Benjamin R. Cox,
Orlando board of trade. Directors at
k.rge: J. L. Pepper, Daytona 'chamber
of commerce; Charles. C. Chase, Key
West chamber of commerce.
The next annual meeting will be
held in. St. Augustine in June 1021.
The association went on record
against its endorsement of any spec
ial movement or policy.
Besides a large crowd out at the
springs last evening for the -dancing-swimming,
etc., there was a happy
and congenial party that spent a
most pleasant evening cooking a
chicken pillau supper which was
greatly enjoyed abdut dusk, after a
good swim. The following were those
present: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ditto
and son, Frank, Mrs. Mamie Fox, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Marsh, Mr. and Mrs.
P. V. Leavengood and niece, Miss
Antoinette Schoeflin of Tampa, Mrs.
Pedrick, Miss Madge Pedrick, Mr.
Tracy Pedrick, Misses Pearl and Maud
Keeffe, Floyd Whittle, Florence Ther Ther-rell,
rell, Ther-rell, Rosa and Lily Lopez, Rena
Smith, Pearl Fausett. Ruby Tucker,
Dorothy Crawford, Mrs. Mary Will Williams,
iams, Williams, Messrs. Fred Malever, Lee
Sharpe, Leonard Troxler, Mack Car Carter,
ter, Carter, Eddie Lopez, Harry Wirkle and
T. D. Lancatser.
J. L. SIXES
There are many friends in Ocala
of the family of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Sikes, who resided here for a few
years, several years ago, who will
learn with much regret of Mr. Sikes'
death, which occurred very suddenly
July 12th at his home at DeLand. Mr.
Sikes during his residence in Ocala
was in the tie and lumber business
and made scores of friends, for he
was man who made friends with all.
He was 62 years of age and in com comparatively
paratively comparatively good health and his death
came as quite a shock. Mr. Sike3 was
buried at Daytona, Rev. Eunyan
Stephens, formerly of this city, but
now of Tallahassee, officiating. These
gentlemen were warm friends during
their residence in Ocala.
Mr. Sikes leaves to mourn his deatn
the following relatives, who have the
sympathy of all in their great loss
and sorrow: Miss Mae SikesThow with
Mrs. C. V. Roberts at Lake Veir, Mrs.
L. J. Anthony and Mrs. J. F. Purvk
of Sanford and Mrs. Charles Cowart,
LEGION WILL HELP FIND
RELATIVES OF THE DEAD
Indianapolis, July 16. The Amer American
ican American Legion has prepared to assist
relatives of men who died overseas in
claiming the bodies when they are re
turned to the United States, lieccnt lieccnt-ly,
ly, lieccnt-ly, according? to the kcion. bodies of
fallen fighting have arrived in port
without the knowledge of relatives or
friends of the dead men. It was to
avoid such further confusion that the
legion took a hand.
Lemuel Bolles, national adjutant,
has called upon the 8000 posts cf the
legion in the United States to ascer ascertain
tain ascertain the names of men of their respec respective
tive respective localities who died overseas and
whose bodies are being returned, and
notify legion national headquarters ct
uoiJica emu auuresses oi next. OZ
kin. By this method it is believe J
by legionaires the remains of the dea 3
scldiers will not be left unclaimed
when they are returned to the Unit i
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The Tarpon Springs Leader wicked
ly says: "Governor Catts has order
ed a thorough search of all ministers
who are permitted to visit a murderer
vho is soon to be hanged. Many of
us wouldn't have' thought of that, but
then Catts is a preacher, himself'
The Tampa Rotary Club has engag engaged
ed engaged in another noble work in sending
home paroled boys from Marianna,
providing them with suitable clothes
and finding them jobs. All this is the
duty of the state, but the Rotarians
will attend to it better than the state
The tinhorn journalist who belittled
Florida in the Country Gentleman: a
few months ago has made ah explan explanation.
ation. explanation. Like almost all explanations,
it is worse than the original offense,
and he even brags about the benefit
his paper has been to Florida. It's
oar opinion' that any man who pays
his money for that rag makes bad use
of good coin.
The' third party has nominated
Christiansen and Hays for president
and vice president, and the average
citizen will at once ask, "Who are
Christiansen and Hay s ? The mental
and moral caliber of the third party
is revealed by the fact that it wanted
LaFollette for its presidential candi candidate,
date, candidate, but it was too small for even
LaFollette to fool with.
""he Times-"Union prints a good ar article
ticle article in opposition to the proposed re revival
vival revival of the Ku Klux Klan The Star
doesn't think the klan has any chance
of attaining a' size tht. will make it
of consequence. People : are not in interested
terested interested in it, and ther is no real
reason for its existence. If it was
reorganized, it would irritate the
North," frighten the southern negroes
and be a genuine nuisance to progres progressive
sive progressive southern men. When the real Ku
Klux Klan was in existence, there was
an overpdwering necessity for it, but
that necessity exists no longer.
, .No man is justified in hurtirig'any
ron particularly any Doywhom
: lay catch stealing his watermel watermel-There
There watermel-There is no such thing as steal steal-yatermelon
yatermelon steal-yatermelon froma field of them,
ppropriating of one is simply
'"juatiflable taking."- Lakeland Telegram.-
Wish you had been running a paper
in the country we lived in up to the
time we was sixteen years old." It's
our opinion r that there are two or
three birdshot that have never been
dislodged from their I resting places
between our waist and our knees,
and, sad to say, none of our wounds
were in front.
The United States has not so many
people one hundred and five mill millionsas
ionsas millionsas it thought it had. However,
its increase in ten years is almost
eaual tn tha nonulation of Mexico is
twice1 that of Canada, and two or
three times' that of anjr other Amer American
ican American nation except that of Brazil It
is more than that of Holland and Bel Belgium
gium Belgium combined, a third of that of
either France or Great. Britain is
greater than that of the three Scandi Scandinavian
navian Scandinavian nations of Sweden, Norway
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and Denmark put together. It's twice
th population of Australia, of South
America, of Portugal, and three three-fifths
fifths three-fifths that of Spain. With the excep
tion of China, Russia and British
India, the United States has a greater
population than any country in the
A DESIRABLE OFFICE
As a rule a man who wants any
great prize declares that he wants it,
warns everybody else away from it,
and gets out and hustles until he gets
it or loses all chance of getting it.
Governor Cox took this attitude at
San Francisco and was rewarded. Mr.
McAdoo took the opposite stand. He
said he did not want the nomination,
and for awhile it looked as though he
might decline it if it was offered. He
now can declare with a fair appear appearance
ance appearance of reasonableness that he wa3
not ja. candidate. When Mr. McAdoo
left he Wilson administration he an
nounced that he could not offer to
serve hi3 country any longer at the
salary paid a cabinet minister. He
intimated later on that he could ac
cept the presidency for the same rea
son. But such a reason is not alto
gether creditable to Mr. McAdoo. It
makes him ; out rather grasping. It
has been estimated, that a president
c.n save $50,000 a year out of his sal-
ary, or $200,000 for the four years,
In addition, he lives like a prince
Surely i the recompense is not so in insignificant
significant insignificant that it has no attractions
to a candidate for the office. More
over, an ex-president, especially if
he has any literary gifts at all, can
make, a small fortune after he re
tires. ; V-
A former secretary to an American
president points out that while no
doubt there are, many men who can
earn privately more than the presi
dent of the United States, is paid, still
there is no reason for a president to
retire a poor man. In the first place
he has an annual income of $75,000,
with an additional $25,000 for trav
eling allowance. It may be added
that none of the presidents of ; the
United States ever spent $25,000 a
year in traveling. President Wilson
spent more than any of them, per
haps,- on his trip to Europe. In the
first place, he crossed the ocean on a
government ship; and we do not sup suppose
pose suppose he" paid for much aboard. In
Europe it is not likely that he had to
pay for his railway tickets; it is not
likely1 that he paid rent. To have in
sisted upon this would have been an
ungracious thing to the nations that
were only too proud to receive him as
a guest. Moreover, the United States
government made generous extra al
lowance for the president's visit
abroad. We would suppose that most
of what the president spent would be
in the nature of gifts of various kinds
When a president travels at home,
his position makes it Impossible for
him to stay at a hotel. He goes al
ways, to the home of some personal or
political friend, and if he makes a
slight offering to the servants of the
house this is about as much as it is
necessary" for him to do. Needless
to say he pays no rent for the White
House, and a private individual wish
ing to live in equal style would have
to spend quite $100,000 a year that
the president is exempt from. v Thci
government pays for the large staff
of servants in the White House. Only
the personal staff of the president is
paid by himself, and usually this staff
consists of four or, five, including a
cook and a couple of maids. When
the president or his wife wants some
repairs made on the house, or some
new furnishings, or when somebody
drops a plate or cracks a joke, it is
not necessary that he should stand
any of the consequences. All he has
to do is to mention the matter to the
superintendent of public buildings
and grounds and if necessary the
whole place will be refurnished from
top to bottom. .
His automobiles cost a private citi
zen a lot of money if lie desires to
live in the style of a president.'. Au
tomobiles cost the president nothing
Neither do horses. He does not even
pay for gasoline or oil or chauffeurs,
If -the president desires to do to the
theater or opera, he walks into the
private box that is always reserved
for him and his family at, every the theater
ater theater in Washington. At every con
cert or other amusement he is a wel
come guest, the management realiz
ing that his presence in the house is
likely to attract a larger audience
Should he evince a morbid desire to
go out and watch the Washington
baseball team s play a game, he again
enters a private box Then should he
desire to cruise on a yacht, there is
the fine government' cruiser May Mayflower
flower Mayflower kept for his especial use. It
costs him not a cent except for nis
food. A private citizen would be set
back perhaps the amount of the
whole presidential salary to keep a
yacht like the Mayffower in commis
The' president of the United States
is an honorary member of all the
clubs around Washington. He has to
pay no taxes at all, the supreme
court having decided that his salary
is exempt. Then what does a presi president
dent president 'spend his money on? Chiefly on
his clothing and his food, and the
food of his private attendants, the
four or five servants whose wages he
is responsible for. As the former sec secretary
retary secretary observes, "The president's per personal
sonal personal clothing bill is not Jarge. A
man of sufficient intelligence to be
president is not a fop. Furthermore,
he has passed the fop age." A few
good suits of clothes are all he re requires
quires requires and even these are kept press pressed
ed pressed and in good condition by a valet
paid by: the government. Therefore,
it is not unreasonable to suppose that
the president can save out of his
$75,000 salary and $25,000: traveling
allowance at least half. Only a .riot .riotous
ous .riotous entertainer or a man of incurable
extravagance could fill the office of
president of the United States and at
the same time spend his salary. Mr.
McAdoo must have had some other
reason in the back of his mind when,
he pleaded poverty as a disqualifica disqualification
tion disqualification for becoming president.
Cox's promise toi if elected, put a
real "dirt" farmer ija the office of sec secretary
retary secretary of agriculture, 13 something of
a stem on Mr. Yibon, who filled the
S si H un if cdl si cJJtui
The following items will be the headliners for the closing days of
the Greatest of all great events. The Dollar will have the old-time
purchasing value, but you will have to be on hand early. Quantities in
almost all instances are rather limited.
Pretty Dress Voiles 75c to 95c yard regular,
Saturday and Monday 2y2 yards...
Plaid Suiting, regular 75c yard, Saturday and
Monday 2 yards.... ..... .--...
Black and White Checked Percales regular 35c
yard, 4 yards. ------. . ...
Skirting Materials, worth regular 75c per yard,
Ratine in Rose, Pink and Blue, regular $1.50
yard. Per yard.. .
Knitting Yarns, regular 60c, 75c and 85c hank
Summer Hats worth
Voile Blouses, pretty
place with one of the elaborately
groomed journalistic agriculturists in
the person of Meredith. Jimmy is a
re&Uy, truly farmer, himself, as jpe
can testify, having driven many a
"glut" ourself :
In Carroll county, Ohio, where the
democrats are few and far between.
Cox was making a political speech
several years ago to a crowd compos composed
ed composed largely of farmers. When he men mentioned
tioned mentioned that he himself had been born
and reared on a farm, one of his
hearers, evidently a zealous -republican,
"What do you know about mauling
rails?" The crowd, thinking the gov governor
ernor governor would have to confess himself
ignorant, laughed uproariously.
. The governor insisted that his ques questioner
tioner questioner come down in front where all
might see him.
"Now, my friend," said Cox, "111
answer your 'question by asking you
one. You tell this audience what a
The fellow turned all shades, shift shifting
ing shifting from one foot to another, and ap appeared
peared appeared speechless.
"Go on, now, and tell us what
a 'glut is," Cox tormented.
The republican finally stammered:
"Never heard of one."
"Well, I have and I've used one
many a time in helping my "Mher
split rails down in Butler c
Then, addressing the crowd, t"
ernor asked all who knew
Last Two Days ofi Ouf Greafi AiueiveFsaFy Sale
up to $5.00. Saturday and
designs, regular price $1.50
ems not mentioned
"glut" was to hold up their hands.
Quite a number of hands went up.
"A 'glut explained the governor,
"is a big wooden wedge that yoa
drive into the log in splitting it."
He was not again interrupted dur during
ing during that speech.
Men's white buck and canvas ox oxfords,
fords, oxfords, also large line tennis and spoit
shoes for men, boys, children and
women. II. A. Waterman the haber haberdasher.
dasher. haberdasher. 13-"t
SECOND HAND CARS
The Ocala Auto & Garage Co., suc successors
cessors successors to Gates' Garage, has on
hand the following second hand car?,
guaranteed to be in good condition:
One 1920 7-passenger Chandler.
V One 1920 Ford coupe.
One 1918 Buick, 5-passenger.
Also one new Oldsmobile Six, five five-passenger
passenger five-passenger and one new Oldsmobile
Cash or terms.
6-tf Ocala Auto & Garage Co.
Don't fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we "sell is guaranteed. We're
tlghting for QUALITY not prices, tf
V W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear. Nose and
""'iroat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
:1a, Fla. W
"The Fashion Center"
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The Fashion Center"
I For All Classes Of
I Slone, Brick, Wood,
I Phone 446. 728 We&ona St.
A. E. GERIG
Get the habit of calling phone 243
when you want high clas3 fresh meats
and groceries promptly delivered.
Cook's, Market. 12-Ct
Princess Slips, flesh, blue and white, worth
$1.95. Saturday and Monday
Lot of colored Satine Petticoats, worth $2.50.
Saturday and Monday
Towels, size 18x36 inches, sells for 40c
and 45c each; red and plain borders; 3 C
towels... ... tpl
Fibre Silk Ladies' Hosiery worth $1.00 a pair,
2 pairs--.-.--. ---..A.
Wash Satin Camisoles, embroidered, worth
$1.50, each-..-.. ..
Odd lot Royal Worcester Corsets, Saturday and
Full fashioned Silk Hosiery, good assortment of
colors, regular $2.50 and $3.00 pair. First
pair, $2.50. Second pair
Odd lot of Dresses, worth up to $25.00. Satur Saturday
day Saturday .and Monday : -- -. -.
HOME F.IADE BUTTER
In Quart Jars
HAMS AND SHOULDERS
nrJc Service is not an empty
word. I am prepared to
C .give your eyes the serv serv-sec
sec serv-sec ice ya have been need need-.Vvv
.Vvv need-.Vvv ,ing so long.
DR. K, J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optkian
Cream puffs, chocolate eclairs, lady
fingers,' kisses and pound cake. Car Carter's
ter's Carter's Bakery. 15-2t
Ocala - Florida
USED CARS FOR SALE
Buick Touring, 1919. -Buick
' Buick Touring. 1917.
Overland Sedan, 1920.
Hudson, 7-passenger model.
PHILIP G. MURPHY.
Jefferson St. at A. C. L. R.
. Cream puffs, chocolate eclairs,
fingers, kisses and pound cake;
ter's Bakery. IZ-Zt
Emerson said: "Nothing great was ever
achieved without enthusiasm."
Our customers are Enthusiastic people.
Enthusiastic over the fact that they,
through their efforts, are saving money on
their grocery bills.
Enthusiasm is Contagious
And if you hang around this store very Jong
you will calcb it.
A Customer's Talk
One of our customers remarked to us that
he liked this store because it is a medium
through, which.children can be taught econ economy.
omy. economy. It's' a good thought. Let them know
the value of a Dollar.
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CASH Jand CARRY
Ocala 1- - Florida
ti ll - :.,
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Bread That Your
Boy Just Loves
There's one sure test of good
bread if your boy eats it
without jam or anything, else
spread over it, and. eats it
like he "just naturally loves
It," you may bet your bottom
dollar that : it's good.
There's one kind of bread
your boy will eat because the
bread itself is good, and that's
Have you tried it with your
boys? If you haven't, then
stop in at one of our clean,
white bakeries TODAY and
, buy a loaf, or a pan of fresh,
warm rolls. s
If you have any society items phone
five-one. V -
"Brabham peas $7 per bushel. Bit Bitting
ting Bitting & Co., phone 14. 15-3t
Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick has gone to
Roanoke, Va., for a vacation of sev sev-eral
eral sev-eral weeks.
The board of public instruction in
and for Marion county met this the
6th day of July in regular session
with W. L. Colbert, C. R. Veal and A.
J. Stephens present.
Minutes of the last regular and
special meeting of June 25 and 29
were read and approved.
It was agreed to grant a teacher
to the.Ratliffe school, provided the
patrons will supply house.
Mr. Joe Rawls appeared and asked
that the board furnish a teacher for
the Badger school and not transfer
the mto Fellowship. This matter was
deferred until the 15th of June, ftt
which time the trustees are asked to
make a recommendation.
The Mbore's Pond school was
granted $240 to buy material for new
school building, provided patrons will
do the work.
The trustees of Anthony school
were authorized to have partition
placed in upstairs 'room of building
to accommodate two teachers.
It was ordered that the board ap appropriate
propriate appropriate $50 for colored demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration work for the month of July.
A duplicate warrant was ordered
isrued to J. B. Burry for $2 in lieu of
warrant No. 262 on Orange' Lake dis district,
trict, district, reported lost.
It was ordered that Mrs. C. C.
BY THE PHILATHEAS
The Philathea class of the Baptist
church, comprising some of Ocal&'s
most charming girls and young wom women,
en, women, delightfully entertained the Bar Bar-aca
aca Bar-aca class yesterday afternoon and
evening at a spalsh party at the Lake
Weir home of Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
This jolly crowd left the city in
automobiles about 4:30 in the after after-mon,
mon, after-mon, and the first thing on the pro program
gram program after arriving at the lake was
a swim, after which supper was serv served
ed served and never did the young people en enjoy
joy enjoy such a wonderful menu.
All sorts of games were played and
in every way the evening was a most
pleasant one, and the members of the
Baraca class, are indeed indemted to
their sisters of the Philathea class
for one of the nicest compliments that
could be bestowed.
Mrs. W.- T. Gary, the popular
teacher of the Philatheas and Rev.
W. P. Hines, the teacher of the Ba Ba-racas,
racas, Ba-racas, were among the invited ones
to assist in entertaining. Mr. Harry
Cole of Marianna, a member of the
Baracas, his friend, Mr. Tuttle and
Miss Pauline Love of Live Oak, were
among the invited guests.
There were twenty-nine present at
j this jolly outing and about 10 o'clock
j they all returned home, and the
Reddick be paid $500 for three acres Baracas gave three cheers to the Phii-
"Nucoa" nut margarine 40 cents a
pound at Cook's Market. Phone 243.
Mrs."" Ida Mathews has returned
home from a short business trip to
Miss Bessie Hime of Bradentown is
the attractive guest at the home of
her uncle, Mr. J. W. Akin.
Prompt service and Al quality, are
at your command at Cook's market 6t
Mrs. W. F. Creson5 and baby arriv arrived
ed arrived in Ocala yetserday to join Rev.
Creson, pastor of the Presbyterian
OF THE SOUTH
in Ocala at
Ocala House Block
A v ViJr
The pleasant Mosquito Lotion
A few drops rubbed' on
the hands and ankles
keeps "skeeters" away
and makes the porch hab habitable
itable habitable in summer.
Made from healing yellow pine
oil, fragrant a a pine forest and
! beneficial to the ski.i but mo-
quitoeM can t stand it.
Get a bottle of GOODNIGHT from
your druggist anJ La free from mo
y YEL-O-PINE CO.
Montgomery, Ala. S
(Mtnufscturers of Yel-O-Ptne Products)
Mrs. Sam Leigh returned yester
day afternoon from a. pleasant t three
weeks' visit in Jacksonville with her
mother, Mrs, Johnson. 1
Washable ties 25c, 35c., three for
$1, 50c, 75c and $1. Large line of
sick neckwear to select from. H. A.
Waterman, the haberdasher. 13-5t
Mrs. Claude Kreger and daughter,
Virginia of Jacksonville, have arrived
in the city for a visit with Mrs.
Kreger's mother, Mrs. S." A. Standley.
Mrs, Howard Walters and Miss
Margaret Walters left yesterday aft
ernoon for a visit of several weeks to
points in North Carolina.
Men's white .flannel; stripe serge,
white duck and rep pants to be worn
with -sport coat. We have them. I H.
A. Waterman, the haberdasher. 13-5t
Mr. and Mrs Charles Rheinauer
have come to the" city for a few days
visit from their home at Lake W eir,
to make preparations to leave the
first of next week" for a trip north.
Miss Dorothy Schreiber left yester
day afternoon for Rhinelander, Wis.,
to visit Rev. and Mrs. Campbell Gray
and family for several .weeks and en
route home will visit in Youngstown,
Ohio, and several other towns.
Dont fail to visit the- Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY not prices, tf
Tomorrow afternoon, Mrs. Otis
Green will entertain at a moving pic picture
ture picture party in compliment to Mr. and
Mrs. O. E. Cox's guests, Misses Eliz
abeth and Emlyn Spence, Lorawill
Gammage and Evelyn Wood.
of land at Reddick on which to build
the new Reddick school building, and
that the same be charged against the
appropriation for the Reddick build
A petition from the colored patrons
three miles west of Kendrick asked
that a new colored school be estab
lished: in their community to be
known as the St. Philips school. Thy
petition and request were refused. -The
two bids received on the 29th
of June' for building the Reddick
school house being in the judgment of
the board too high, were refused and
the secretary was instructed to re-
advertise for bids on the entire build
ing or for any part of the building,
same to be before the board at a spec
ial meeting to be held July 15th.
Mr. Logan, manager of the Arlo
Box Company, appeared before the
board and offered to build a four four-room
room four-room school building with an audi auditorium
torium auditorium in same for the Oak an-1
Griner Farm neighborhood. That his
company would furnish complete the
auditorium and high school room,
equip the building with water and
electric lights and rent same to the
school board for a period of five year's
at $1 per year, provided the board
wiil put in four teachers and main
tain the high school studies, provided
there are pupils sufficient to take said
studies. That the company would
veep the house in good repair at its
own expense and at the end of the
five years if the-company and board
could agree to continue a high school
hat the company would turn the
school building over to the board for
school purposes free of charge. The
company also presented a petition
igned by every patron of the school
asking the board to" accept said prop proposition.
osition. proposition. It was shown that there will
be- from 125 to 130 pupils to attend
It was ordered that the proposition
of the Arlo Box Co. be accepted and
a contract be entered into to carry
out the terms. Also the thanks of
the board be extended to the Arlo Box
The board read the communication
rom W. K. Zewadski, claiming that
he board was indebted to Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Cannon for four months
of school at Fairfield, which Mr. and
Mrs. Canpon did not teach. The board
after considering Mr. Zewadski's
claim for said parties, declined to
make any payment on said claim.
There being no further business the
board adjourned to meet in next reg regular
ular regular session. W. D. Cam. Sec'y.
A visit to our market will convince
you that it is tip-to-date and thor
oughly sanitary. Cook's Market.
Phone Z43. 12-6t
Hangs Crepe on
User of Sweet Dreams.
Pays Final Tribute to
Once Useful Commodity.
"Once useful "but now forever lai4
ftside", reads, in part, the obituary.
With fitting ceremony, a druggist at
Montgomery, Ala., placed in bi window a
mosquito net drawn aside and tied with
In this window were1 also placed a few
Lotties of Sweet Dreams.
And clearly be showed to his trade that
tnosquito nets had become things of x.
erdajr,- hat Sweet Dreams bad takenj
thir places. ,.
Thousands are learning the same lesson
daily, for Sweet Dreams ia the greatest
kaosquito remedy ever made.
Eold by all druggists, everywhere,
Liberal bottles, Xc.
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. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Cox have as
their guests for three days an at
tractive coterie of girls who are
spending some time at Lake Weir.
They are Misses Elizabeth and Emlyn
Spence, Lorawill Gamage and Evelyn
Dont fail to visit the Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company. Every Everything
thing Everything we sell is guaranteed. We're
fighting for QUALITY- not prices, tf
Another good feature to be added
to Silver Springs will be a "lunch
incite" which Dr. Weaver is install
ing in one of the rooms in the pavil
ion. The lunchinette opens into the
dining room, which faces the springs
and where people who order their
meals or lunches can watch the fun
nearly always going on in the water
a few yards away. Dr. Weaver wil
serve not only toothsome lunches but
regular dinners if required. He wil
have an excellent cook and good serv
ice, and people will find his "lunch
inette" a great convenience. It wil
open Sunday, but he handed out a fine
lunch to' u Star reporter yetserday,
and it saved that newspaper man's
atheas for the lovely compliment in
Fitzhugh Lee Camp No. 11, United
Spanish War Veterans, will meet Fri Friday
day Friday evening at 8 o'clock at the boarl
of trade room. All members and
prospective members are urged to attend.
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Our every aim is to please our cus customers
tomers customers by giviug the best quality ob obtainable.
tainable. obtainable. Cook's Ma ket. 12-6t
Hold, Club House or Hospital.
For either purpose, the present
Balsam Springs Hotel property, 15
miles west of Asheville, N. C, is ad
mirably adapted. The heirs of the
estate owning it are extremely anx anxious
ious anxious to liquidate their several in-j
terests and have named for this
property a very reasonable pirce.' It j
may be bought on terms that wouVj
be considered acceptable to any sol
vent purchaser. It might be possible
tc engage the interest of the heirs n
a proposition to accept as the initial
payment, for unencumbered income
property, business or residential, in
some good business town accessible to
Atlanta, Ga., although not of neces
sity, in the immediate vicinity. Such
property must not enter the equati n
of an exchange on a basis of great e
alue than $25,000, preferably less.
The balance of the purchase prk,
amounting to less than $85,000, may
be carried on a term mortgage pro provided
vided provided some cash enters into the first
payment. The property is in the Ap Appalachians,
palachians, Appalachians, 3551 feet above sea levti,
and contains 100 rooms, large lobby
and service quarters. Building wired
for electricity, but lighted at present
with acetylene gas. Mineral analysis
of the springs shows that the com compounds
pounds compounds are well balanced and contain
two valuable medical elements
lithium and arsenic. Prospectus mail mailed
ed mailed on request. As a hotel or hunting
lodge, there is nothing in the moun mountains
tains mountains of North Carolina quite com comparable
parable comparable to" it offered for sale and on
such exceptional terms. For hospital
or sanitarium purposes, it would ap appeal
peal appeal to physicians who specialize in
nervous -ailments,, tuberculosis, and,
as : a Surgical institution, it would
also commend itself.
' HENRY TALBOT SHARP, -7-16-2t
Asheville, N. C.
WE TAKE PLEASURE in advising the people of this
section that, besides an attractive regular program at
The Temple Theater on the Afternoon anil
Night of Friday, July 16th, there will be a Special
Feature displaying Activities at the Wonderful Factory
of the BUICK MOTOR COMPANY. This feature
will will give you some idea of theJacilities which the
Buick Motor Company has for the manufacture of
their product, and is sure to prove very interesting and instructive to the
children as well as the grown-ups. V
"THE BUICK AGENCY.
NOTICE MEMBERS OF
BUSINESS WOMAN'S CLUB
Next Tuesday afternoon, the 20th,
at G:30 o'clock, the members are in
vited to assemble at the club rooms
with their lunches and bathing suits
to spend the evening picnicking,
swimming, etc., at Silver Springs.
Those who. will donate cars for this
purpose, please notify Miss Onie Cha Cha-zal.
zal. Cha-zal. ''
OCALA ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP IN
In order to be more convenient to
the business section of the city we
have moved our shop from West
Broadway to 114 South Magnolia
street, next to the Arcade barbershop.
We call for your work and deliver it
promptly. Phone 143.
15-12t Ocala -Electric Shoe Shop.
Lake Weir, July 14. The regular
Friday evening picnic supper at the
club house is getting to be very pop popular.
ular. popular. Last Friday a reading followed
the supper, by 'Miss Spence of At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, Ga., which was very enjoyable
and. greatly appreciated by the large
number present. The Atlanta colony
is seemingly enjoying the boating,
bathing and fishing on the lake thru
the summer months as well as cooler
months of the year.
Mr. Robert Martin is having an
electric lighting plant installed for
ligthing his store and dwelling house,
the first .plant to be installed in Ok Ok-lawaha.
lawaha. Ok-lawaha. The "Busy Bee Club" of eleven
young ladies is starting a fund to get
a plant to light the church, which is
badly in need of lights and will be
very glad indeed for any help toward
the good cause by. the non-residents
or winter residents of the lake that
are interested in the little church
around the corner.
The Belleview.ice plant is in full
operation and has a truck on the road
to deliver ice all around the lake,
which is a great convenience to those
living a distance from the station.
Dr. II. W. Henry has recently sold
a 20-acre lot fronting on the lake,
which will perhaps be used for a lit little
tle little colony of winter residents after
the cottages are erected and the land
divided into lots.
"Remember we are still closing out
toy's Palm Beach and Kool Kloth
suits, with extra pants in the Kool
Kloth.-- H. A. Waterman, the haber haberdasher.
dasher. haberdasher. 13-5t
Want ad3 are business getters.
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Isdt a irosted hotifa of zip
Tun circles arotmd tint thirsty feeling, Ie:r
jng a long trail of ezniles end
With no bad after effect.
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Ocala Auaflo aiact Parage Company
(Successors to Gitea Garage)
Agents for Chandler and Oldsmobile Cars
Supplies of All Kinds
Kelly-Springfield, Miller and Goody ear Tires.
Let uslprove.to you that the Chandler Automobile is worth several hund hund--
- hund-- red dollars more than any car, selling at the price.
82,225.00 BeliveFecl to Ocala
I Silver Springs j
Temperature this morning, 71; this
Mr. II. II. Hurst of Brooksville is in
town for the day."
Miss Dixie M. Pillans of Rodman
w?.s a visitor in town yetserday.
' Mrs. S. E. Grant of Belleview was
visiting friends in Ocala yetserday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
turned home from a
Lanier have re re-short
short re-short trip to
Mr .and Mrs. J. G. Spurlin of Lake
Weir and their daughter, Mrs. Carl
Dekle of Tampa, were well known
visitors in town this morning.
Messrs. Hugh Haile and B. F.
Coogler, prominent legal lights ol
Brooksville, were in the city today on
Mr. and Mrs. Bryson of Phtladel
phia, arrived in the city yesterday
afternoon to spend a week or two
with Mrs. Bryson's mother, Mrs. J. W.
Mr.. Herman Hodges' friends and
patrons of the Auto Sales Company
are glad -to learn that he has returned
to Ocala to again make hi3 home and
is again connected with Mr. Mack
Taylor in his automobile business.
Daring Mr. Hodges' absence from
Ocala he has been selling the West-
cott for Mr. M. B. Aultman of Jack
Mrs. Claude Kreger and daughter,
Virginia of Jacksonville, have arrived
in the city for a visit with Mrs.
Kreger 's mother, Mrs. S. A. Standley.
WOMAN RUN DOWN,
FULL OF MALARIA
Writes Gratefully of Benefit Gained
, by Taking Pepsinol, Famous
Women, who are all run down, tired
out by overwork and suffering from
ailments that poison their blood and
destroy their strength find that Pep Pepsinol
sinol Pepsinol is what they need. Mrs. A. W.
McGee, Mammoth Springs, Ark.,
writes: "I had been run down, over overworked,
worked, overworked, full of malaria. One bottle
of Pepsinol did me more good than
anything I have tried." Pepsinol
creates strength and pure blood by
stimulating your appetite, promoting
thorough digestion and effecting as as-similatipn
similatipn as-similatipn or all your food.'
3ERIGS DRUG STORE.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:09a. nx
Leave for Tampa 2:10a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville. . 1:30 p. m.
Leave for Tampa. 1:50 p. m
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 4:24 p. m
Leave for Tampa...... ... 4:25p.m.
Arrive from Tampa....... 2:14a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville .... 2:15 a.m.
Arrive from Tampa 1:35 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55p.m.
Arrive from Tampa . . . 4 :04 p. m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 4:05p.m.
- Atlantic Coast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville. 3:14 a. m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:15a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville. 10 :1Z p. m
Leave for Leesburg....... 10 :13p.m.
Arrive from ot. Petersburg 2:11a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:12 a. m
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville . . 1 :45 p. m.
Arrive from Leesburg . . 6:41 a. m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 6:42a.m.
Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25 p.m.
Leave for Homosassa..... 3:25 p.m.
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday. ... 11 :50 a. m.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday ......... 4:45 d. m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues
day, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a. m.
Ar. from Lakeland, lues-
Leave for Lakeland, Tues
day, Thursday, Saturday 11:03 p. m.
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.
Arrive from Wilcox, Mon
day- Wednesday. Friday. 6:45 p.m.
WftfCor. FtlKing andOsceola
Goodyear Service Station
Ride on Goodyear Tires xnThiat
Sturdy Small Car of Yours
It surprises certain, users of small cars to find
that they can obtain Goodyear Tires at a first
cost ordinarily not greater, and sometimes
less, than that of other tires.
4 ' V ; ...
This initial value, as well as the very low final,
cost, results from the application, of Goodyear
experience and care to their manufacture in
the world's largest tire factory devoted to
30x3-, 3 0x3 V4- and 31x4inch sizes.
Such facts explain why more cars, using these
sizes, were factory-equipped last year with
Goodyear Tires than with any other kind.
If you drive a Ford, Chevrolet, Maxwell, or
Dort take advantage of the opportunity to,
enjoy real Goodyear value and economy;
equip your car with" Goodyear Tires and
Heavy Tourist Tubes at the nearest Service
30 x 3'2 Goodyear
All -Weather Tread
30 x 3V2 Goodyear f -Single-Cure
Fabric, JJ 5U
Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost no
more than the price you are asked to pay
for tubes of less merit why risk costly
casings when such sure protec protec-tion
tion protec-tion Is available 1 30 x 3V2 size $ f 5 0
in waterproof bag 1
Sunday Afternoon :
WANTED, LOST, FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
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RATES Six line, maximum, one
time, 25c; three times, 50c; six times
75c; one month, $3. Payable in ad ad-vacce.
WANTED Boys at the Star office to
learn routes. Must have bicycle, tf
WANTED Honey. Send two-ounce
sample to Jacksonville Cracker
Works, Jacksonville, Fla. 28-lm
Aito mi Gwwm Co.--
("Successors to Gates Garage)
. NEXT TO POSTOFHCE
Fell JMe o! ; Gqoiye
11 IS Jk DUU JL
Time you were having
those Tires of yours
and all work guaranteed.
' Phone 78
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
FOR SALE Five room house in
North Ocala, four lots; good well;
close in. Apply to J. W. Gates,
Ocala, Fla. 6-12t
PflADnrDO TXT A XTT'TT'Tl TV tlllr
House, 113 East Second street, has
accommodations for boarders and
roomers. Mrs. E. L. Lapier, Man
FOR SALE One set of Harvard
Classics, never been unpacked. The
original price was $79, will sell for
$60 cash. See Harley March, Main
Street Market, or phone 108., 12-6t
FLOORING FOR SALE Car load of
Martel No. 1 common flooring at
$65 per 1000; will regrade about 20
per cent. B and B. Can be had at
lot between Jake lirowns ware warehouse
house warehouse and packing house. First
come first served. This is $15 below
yard prices. John Thomson, phone
FOR SALE 1919 model Maxwsl
touring car, in good condition; has
been run only 7200 miles. Will sel
cheap. L. E. Futch. 13-6t
D A Y T O N A BEACH Furnished
rooms for light housekeeping with
kitchen and dining room privileges
$5 up weekly. The Raymond, Sea
breeze, Fla. 13-8t
WANDERED OR STOLEN Satur
day night from Fairfield, black
mare mule, six feet high, weigh
about 850 pounds. Split in left ear
Snuff colored mouth. Reward to
finder. A. G. McKay, Morriston
KADSOCK'S WOOD YARD Phone
'your orders to Smoak's Shop. Phone
FOR SALE Gas range. Call at Star
office and ask for R. N. Dosh.
Arrival and departure of passenger
tra:ns at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave '; Arrive
2:20 am Jackson ville-NTork 2:10 am
1 :55 pm Jacksonville 1 :30 pm
4:05 pm Jacksonville 4r$5 pm
2:15 am Manatee- 4:05 pm
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE B, R.
2:l;ipm JacksonvilleNYork 3:15 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:35 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gnesville 10:13 pm
3:1b am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:12 am
3:35 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:2a am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:25 pm s Homosassa 1:30 pm
10:13pm 1 Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm- Gainesville 11:50 am
'Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
"Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.
WANTED To rent unfurnished 8 to
12-room house. Must be close in
Address with full particulars, Bu3
Iness, P. O. Box 20S, city. 14-6t
RETURN OF ALIEN PROPERTY
Washington, July 16. The amend amendment
ment amendment to the trading with the enemy
act passed by. the recent session of
Congress authorizes the return of
$150,000,000 of enemy property, ac according
cording according to estimates of the alien prop propel
el propel ty custodian's office. There will re remain
main remain more than $350,00000 in seis seised
ed seised property in the hands of that of official.
ficial. official. Under the amendment, the "A. P.
C.y as the office is generally known
in government circles, will release
property of several American heir heiresses
esses heiresses who married foreign noblemen,
property of the German embassy,
enemy diplomats, all aliens who were
interned, citizens of new nations and
states created by the treaty of peace,
anC women of allied or neutral coun countries
tries countries who married enemy subjects.
Americans who were held in Ger Germany
many Germany during the war and whose
pi operty here was takem over, may
now recover title, no matter where
they are resident.
Something to sell? Advertise it-
FOR SALE A fine young Jersey
cow, just fresh. C. P. Howell, Box
188,1 Ocala. Phone 39 M. 14-tf
WAJNTJu jf iimg. cabinet, lour or
five drawers, 8x10 or 10x12. Dr
J. H. Walters. 14-3t
FOR SALE One Eclipse gas stove,
slightly used. Apply to Mrs. Law
ton Smith, at Federal Bakery. St
WANTED Two white waitnesses, a
once. Apply to White Star Cafe,
Dunnellon, Fla. 15-6t
WANTED To excahnge nice North
Lake Weir home and small grove.
fine for week ends and Sundays, for
a good rental house and lot in
Ocala. Address, Home, care Ocala
FOR SALE Ford touring car, 1919
model, demountable rims, five gooc
tires in 1 Al condition; $550 cash
C. A. Holloway, 715 Lime street
Ocala, Fla. 15-t
.. 4" .,
Save Ihe pennies and Ihe dollars will fake c! Ilieaseh es
Chuck Stew or Roast-
per pound.... Lut
;Neck Stew 7fln
per pound. ... LJ
Brisket or Rib Stew ICp
per pound.... .... 13
Western Stew 1 1
per pound Lv
Western Round Steak
Clover Bloom Butter
per pound :
9 N. Main St.
Opposite Banner Office
"T .-T-. .-T-. X ST, SS .'C'. .-"w". C "C". .O. .O. .Ov
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FOR SALF. One piano in good con
dition, cheap for cash. Apply to
H. Pillans or J. M Potter, trustees,
Ocala, Fla. 16-6t
POSITION '. WANTED Combination
man commissary and bookkeper,
with good references, desires posi position
tion position August 15th. Box 697, Perry,
WANTED At once, some first clas3
help cooks, waiters, dishwaters',
men or women, and one good por porter.
ter. porter. Colonial Hotel. 16-3t
FOR. SALE Ford sedan, $650. Can
be seen in Ocala on appointment.
Agent A. C. L. Ry., Oklawaha,
PRACTICAL CARPENTER AND
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any ot&er
contractor in the city.
arririgf on Hall Motel
To our patrons:
While the lunch room is under undergoing
going undergoing remodeling, we will be
pleased to serve our patrons in
The Main Dining Room
where regular lunch room prices
Come in;;as usual, even thougn you want
only a cup of coHec
a v -a m jr. m b e m -ti at i a e e m s: ..!.,
BEST FOR HOME SHINES SAVE THE LEATHER
THE BIG VALUE PACKAGES
' Also PASTES and LIQUIDS for Blade, Tan and "White Shoes
THE F. F. D ALLEY CORPORATIONS LTD.. BUFFALO. N. Y.
L U L-::-3 LI fl
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued ofr'Cotton, -Automobiles, Utc
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LONG DISTANCE IWVViG
Staple and Fancv.
TT11TT TT0T TTT
P. O. BOX COG
' LETTERHEADS, BILLHEADS, CARDS,
CIRCULARS, FOLDERS, FINE BOOKLETS, ETC.
WE NEVER DISAPOINT A CUSTOMER ON A
PROMISE. YOU GET THE JOB WHEN ITS DUE.
THE WINDSOR HOTEL
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience ii each room. Dining room service Is
second to non -
ROBERT tlL MEYER
J. Em KAVANAUG
Read' the Star Wan
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