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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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WEATHER FORECAST
' Partly cloudy -tonight
and Tuesday, probably
local showers in south
: portion-
TEMPERATURES
This morning, 74.
This afternoon, 83.
V0L2
GCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JULY 25, 1921
N0.174
RiGOINO DISIIET
ORPHAN CHILOREII
BEG FOR HOIS
SHARP WATCH
FOR TRAMP SHIPS
BALL PLAYERS SAY
FAITH WAS CHflliE!

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lAUGAII ill

ARLO BOXTEAM
. VICTORS MAUI

FOR HUM BUHNERS! THE GRAND PRIX
Federal Prohibition Agents, After! Jimmy Marphy Made All the Other
Whiky Smugglers, Will be Oat I Auto Champs Eat his Gasoline
, in Full Force I at LeMans

(Associated Press i

Washington, July zo. federal pro- i
hibition forces are rigging a dragnet
to gather in the rum rtinners operat-
ing along the North Atlantic coast,;
Commissioner Haynes declared today.
Plans could not be disclosed now with without
out without acquainting the smugglers with
the department's purposes, he added.
In discussing possible navy co-operation,
Commissioner Hayne3 asid he
would consider seriously any offer
which the navy department might
make for ihe use of submarines or
other naval 'craft in the chase for
blockade runners. Whispers, of an in- I
l-ernationnl ring of whisky smugglers,
Mr. Hayces said, had come to his ears
juiu agems 01 Lite uepiix niieiit. ait xei-
j-eting out all clues which might lead
to the arrest of theieaders of the
smugglers.
CUNARD LINER AFIRE
(Associated Press)
: London, July 25. -Fire which was
feared would prove of a serious nature
Ibroke out on the Cunard liner MaVre MaVre-tania
tania MaVre-tania at her dock in Southampton
this afternoon.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR
LIEUT. WILLARD S. CLARK
... The last sad resneets were Da id. at
DeLand Friday, afternoon, to Lieut.
Willard S. Clark, the brave young
aviator, dashed to his death at Elling Ellington
ton Ellington Field, Texas, one day lastweek,
and who only two years ago be became
came became the husband of Miss f rene
Campbell, one of DeLand's brightest
and best-beloved young ladies, .who
has many friends in this city.
Lieut. Clark was from Abingdon,
111. He volunteered at the beginning
of the war, chose the air service and
was sent to Carlstrom field, near Ar Arcadia,
cadia, Arcadia, where he trained to high pro proficiency,
ficiency, proficiency, and was on the point of being
sent overseas when the armistice was
signed. At his own wish, and because
of his efficiency, he remained in the
service. He met Miss Campbell while
on an exhibition flight to Daytona
Beach. They were the contracting
parties afa wedding in DeLand two
years ago. Lieutenant Clark was
transferred recently to Kellj Field,
near San Antonio. Later, he was
transferred to Ellington Field, neaf
Houston. He was in charge of the
94th Squadron, First Pursuit Group.
His wife was with him and he had
left her but an hour or two when his
ship, the Oronoco, crashedto earth
at 10:30 a. m Tuesday July 19.
Something went wrong when he was
twenty-five hundred feet up, andit is
evident that he kept his head and
worked incessantly to bring his fall falling
ing falling ship to a level again. He could
be seen working by his comrades be below,
low, below, and they are all sure that had he
another hundred feet of space he
would have made a safe landing. He
had a swift and"" merciful death
struck in the back of his head, he
probably lived only a second after the
plane crashed.
Sadness for death of the brave
young- soldier and sympathy for his
girl-wife pervaded the field and spread
out thru many channels to all who
knew both, and while the men paid
the last services to their comrade,
the wives and mothers gathered to
give what comfort they could to the
new-made widow.
Mrs. Clark's thoughts turned at
once to home and mother, and with
them the desire to bring her husband's
body to her girlhood home. In this
sorrowful task she was aided in every
possible way. Mr&r Cook, wife of the
commanding officer at Ellington Field,
and Lieut. "Cambliss, one of her hus husband's
band's husband's comrades, accompanied her
home. The sorrowful little party was
joined at Jacksonville by Mrs. Clark's
brother, Charles Campbell Jr.
flit v. a. 1 la auu iiiauj v. w..
places were present at the funeral
services. Members of the legion
posts of DeLand and Daytona and the
Sanford Home Guard, -with brother
officers from Carlstrom field, repre represented
sented represented the military part of the funer funeral.
al. funeral. .The floral offerings filled entire
rooms, probably the most beautiful
being an airplane wing faim Carl Carlstrom,
strom, Carlstrom, the wing formed of white flow flowers
ers flowers with Lieut. Clark's name worked
in blue blossoms in the center. ..
The services were conducted by

(Associated Press)
LeMar.3, France, July 25. Jimmy
MurphyanrAmerican, won the Grand
Prix automobile road race here today.
Ralph DePalma, American, was sec second,
ond, second, Goux, of France, was third, and
DuBonnet fourth.

BARBER BILLY HAS BEEN"
GIVEN THE BOUNCE
The friends of William Whisenant,
better known as "Barber Billy, who
has slipped thru the fingers of the law
so many times that he probably al almost
most almost considered himself a privileged
criminal, will be grieved to know that
there is a clear chargon the books
against him, and the only, reason he
isn't in jail is that he ran avXry while
his wife was exertirig all her strength
to obstruct for a minute a pursuing
officer.
Early Sunday morning, while. Sher Sheriff
iff Sheriff Thomas slept, a little bird hopped
on his windowsill and sang a tiny
song to the effect that Barber Billy
had booze in his housen The sheriff
stepped lively and in a few minutes
had procured a warrant and was on
his way. Arriving at Whisenant's
house, he took that gentleman by sur surprise,
prise, surprise, and also took from its hiding
place a little brown jug, more than
half full of the juice that cheers too
much. Seeing that he was caught
with the goods on, Whisenant made a
bolt for liberty. The sheriff was ex
pecting that and was right after him,
and would have caught him u he
hadn't been caught from behind by
Whisenant's wife. Of course, the
sheriff couldn't strike the woman, and
in the "few seconds it took to break 4
loose from her clutches, Billy obtained
a lead which gave him at least tem temporary
porary temporary liberty.
There is a warrant out foifiBilly, a
jug of liquor at headquarters and
some other evidence that we won't
name. The sheriff will probably land
him one of these days, and even if he
doesnt, he has done the towr a serv service
ice service by running him out. The officers
would have had "Barber Billy" on the
roads long ago if the man had not
been shielded by the element that his
peculiar talents were of use to.
TWO MARION COUNTY
"LIFERS" PARDONED
Tallahassee, July 25. Thirty-eight
state prisonere, eleven of them serv serving
ing serving life sentences will be given their
freedom as a result of action of the
state board of pardons which early
this month held its first meeting since
the inauguration of Gov. Hardee last
January. The prisoners will be given
full pardons, commutation of sen sentences
tences sentences and paroles. The board denied
clemency in 141 cases while two cases
were passed over.
Among the pardons granted was one
to Robert P. Elliott, Sentenced in
Washington county in 1918 to serve
five years for obtaining money under
false pretenses. Elliott was one of the
principal witnesses in the legislative
investigation of the acts of Governor
Catts.
The life termers pardoned were
Arthur Miller, convicted in Lake cTJun cTJun-ty
ty cTJun-ty circuit court for murder in 1911;
circuit court nii; jonn woou, mur murder,
der, murder, Volusia, 1911; Will Shuman, mur murder,
der, murder, Pasco, 1911; John Maybens, mur murder,
der, murder, Madison, 1911; Peter Robinson,
murder, Taylor, 1913; Thomas Golden,
rape. Franklin, 1915; Frank Jackson,
murder, Marion, 1915, and Ci S. Hol Hol-zendorf,
zendorf, Hol-zendorf, murder, Hamilton, 19J5- Hol Hol-zendorf
zendorf Hol-zendorf already was- at liberty, having
been granted a conditional pardon in
July 1920, and the board at this ses session
sion session granted him a full pardon.
- a t 1 nr 3
Chaplain Reynolds from Carlstrom
Field, and a long line of friends fol followed
lowed followed the casket to the cemetery,
where military honors were, paid,
Lieuts. Woblsey and McLellan circling
in their planes above while the body
of their comrade was laid in its last
resting place. The salute was fired y
the Sanford Guards.
The pall bearers were Lieuts. Cork Cork-hill,
hill, Cork-hill, Williams, Bassett, Ormstead and
McDonald, all from Carlstrom.
America has lost another brave
young member of its air service, but
the spirit that inspired him and his
comrades goes undauntedly on.
This is a Studebaker year.
tf

In a Pitcher's Battle, It Won from the
Lindsay All Stars Saturday
Afternoon
The fast, Arlo Box Company team
won jjhe second game of a three-gam a
series from the Lindsay All-Star
Saturday afternoon at Oak. The game
was a regular pitcher's battle. Neither
team would have scored a run but for
the many costly errors of the after afternoon's
noon's afternoon's fun. Both teams were bad on
their fielding with the Arlo team
worse than the visitors- The Crazy
Kat, pitching for the Lindsay nine,
was going strong although he was a
little wild at times- The spectators
blamed most of the kitty's wildness to
the fact that his catcher was not able
to hold his hooks. If there was any
one shining star in that game Strick Strickland
land Strickland was that planet. Talk about
your baseball, that boy was there
with the goods Saturday afternoon.
He was playing third base. Next thing
you know he will be catching, but
his fancy playing was not on the
third sack. Infact, he dropped a
thrown ball there that ought to have
been an out but we will forgive him
for that. Just listen to what he dii.
Arlo made three runs. Strickland
made two of them in his own name
and ran for Pierce and scored the
other one. Arlo got two hits. Strick Strickland
land Strickland got them, both. Arlo had five
stolen bases to her credit. Strickland
took credit for all five of them. One
of the stolen bases was the home plate
for a run. He really took three other
bases but since the basemen dropped
the ball they got errors for the- play
and Strickland did not get credit for
stealing. First thing we know some
is going to swear out a warrant for
Strick for grand larceny. He used his
head to great advantage in his base
running Saturday. Pierce, pitching
for Arlo, only let up t hree hits and
they were all easy ones. AUMn all,
the game was a regular bout between
pitchers.
The Box Score
Arlo Box Co. ABEHPOAE
Perez, ss 4 0 0 0 3 3
Kelley, 1st 4' 0 0 7 2 3
Strickland, 3rd 3 2 2 2 2 1
Franklyn, 2nd 3 0 0 -3 0 3
Pierce, p 3 1,0 0 3 0
Lindsay, cf 0 0 0 .0 0 0
Roberts, If 3 o' 0 1 0 0
Luffman, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0
Riles, c .......3. 0 0 14 2.0
26 3 2 2712 10
Lindsay AB RHPOA E
Oesterhoudt, If ...'.4 0 0 0 0 0
Fernandez, 2nd ... 4 0 1 1 10
Rose, 1st 4 1 1 8 0 1
Vaden, ss 4 1 0 1 3 1
Ponder, 3rd 4 0 1 0 2 0
Andia, cf 4 0 01 0 0
Whitehead, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0
Hooleham, c 4 0 0 12 0 2
Katz, p .. 4 0 0 1 0 0
35 2 3 24 6 4
Score by innings:
Arlo .....010 101 OOx 3
Lindsay 200 000 000 2
Sumary: Sacrifice hit, Lindsay;
stolen bases, Strickland, 5; hit by the
pitcher, Kats 1; wild pitch, Katz 3;
base on balls off Katz, 4, off Pierce, 1;
struck"" out by Katz, 11, by Pierce, 11.

SELECTING JURY FOR
LUCAS SECOND TRIAL
' Associated less)
Tampa, July 25. Selection of a
jury for the second trial of Jim Lucas,
charged with implication in the rob robber
ber robber yof the express office at the union
station here last January, in which
the bandits escaped with more than
$19,000, began today. The first trial
last May resulted in failure of the
jury to agree.
ESCAMBIA WILL HONOR
ALL EX-SERVICE MEN
Pensacola, July 25. The Pensacola
chamber of commerce is sponsor of a
movement here to plant along the
Gulf Beach Highway route a tree for
every .man who went to war from Es Escambia
cambia Escambia county. The highway will be
approximately 18 miles in length and
it is expected the tree to be selected
for planting will be the cabbage
palm.
FAILURE IN NEW YORK
New. York, July 25. Failure of the
firm of Chandler Brothers Company
was announced from .the rostrum of
the stock exchange- today.'

Children's Home Society of Florida
Most Find Homes at Once as the
Home is Crowded to Capacity
Never before in the twenty years
of the great state-wide work of the
Children's Home Society of Florida,
have as many orphan and homeless
children needed good homes as at the
present moment.
The receiving home of the society
in Jacksonville and the branch home
in Pensacola are both filled to capa

city, and other children are coming irf
daily for whom there will be no room
unless good family homes in large
numbers can be found at once.
Good homes are needed especially
for boys and girls over five years of
age and up to fourteen. There are
p!entyof applications for babies and
children-under five, so that the great
need is for homes that will accept
children over five years of age.
All that the home society requires
is that families'who apply for children
are of good character, and able and
willing to give a child a good educa-J
tion, love, care and a fair chance in
the world, and that the child will be
treated in every way as a member of
the family.
The society will give full informa information
tion information in regard to the history of the
child, and places all children on ap approval
proval approval for three months before requir requiring
ing requiring any permanent arrangement for
the child.
If you want to render the greatest
service under the sun, send in your
application to Supt." Marcus C Fagg,
428 St. James Bldg., Jacksonville. He
will be delighted to pick you the best
one in the bunch. Do it today, please.
PETE WANTS TO BE
BOSS BANTAM PUG
(Associated Press)
New York, July 25. Pete Herman,
of New Orleans, will try tonight to
regain the world's, bantamweight
championship title he lost in a 15 15-round
round 15-round bout to Joe Lynch here last De December.
cember. December. The twl will meet in a 15 15-round
round 15-round decision contest in Brooklyn.
Since losing the title. Herman has
knocked out Jimmie Wilde,' of Eng-
lang, world's flyweight champion, and
Jimmie Higgins, British bantam bantamweight
weight bantamweight champion.
WHITESIDES-WILLIAMS
Mr. and Mrs. James Whitesides ar
rived in Ocala Saturday night and
were guests of Mr. Whitesides par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Whitesides,
untiF yesterday afternoon.
Miss Clarine Williams was married
to Mr. Whitesides at Watertown Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon at -5:45 o'clock. The
wedding was a lovely home affair, a
number of friends of the bride and
the bride's family being present.' The
couple left immmediately for Qcala.
' Mrs. Whitesides is a most attrac attractive
tive attractive young lady whoh as endeared her herself
self herself to a wide circle of friends in her
home town aid during her short stay
in Ocala made a number of friends
who will be delighted to renew the
acquaintance. "Jimmie" Whitesides,
as the groom is known in Ocala, was
born here and is the only son of Mr.
and Mrs. P. W. Whitesides, an old
and well known family of this city,
and it is with the greatest pleasure
that congratulations and felicitations
are offered to this couple for their
future happiness and prosperity.
Mr. and Mrs. Whitesides left yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon for Orlando, where
they will make their future home, Mr.
Whitesides being located there.
WRECK ON THE N. & W.
(Associated Press)
Petersburg, Va., July 25. Spread Spreading
ing Spreading rails today caused the wrecking
of a Norfolk & Western coal train 11
miles from here. Forty-three loaded
cars were witched. There were no
casualties. All tracks are blocked.
TO PARCEL OUT THE
GRAFT FOR TALLAHASSEE
Tallahassee, July 25. The board of
commissioners of state institutions
will meet here July 27 to consider
ways and means' of expending $250, $250,-000
000 $250,-000 appropriated by the last legisla legislature
ture legislature for improvement .of the 'state
capitol. The commissioners will ex examine
amine examine plans for improvements, which
call for remodeling and additions to
the building, and also will consider
the employment of an architect.

One of Them Openly Flouted Federal
Officers Off Atlantic City
Sunday

(Associated Press:
New York, July 2S. Federal au authorities
thorities authorities along the Atlantic coast re redoubled
doubled redoubled their vigilance over tramp
ships today as a result of disclosures
of evidence indicating the existence of
at least two gigantic international
whisky smuggling ring's, one with
headquarters here and theo ther jn
Atlantic City. The officers received a
tip that a large vessel from the Ba Bahamas
hamas Bahamas with 20,000 cases of whisky is
route nortk and they are watching off
Montauk Point. A tramp steamer
cruising outside the three-mile limit
off Atlantic City yesterday, taunted
federal agents by signalling "Lay
down your money and come and get
it."
FAVORABLE REPORT ON J
LINNEY'S CASE
(Associated Press)
Washington, July 25. A favorable
report was ordered by the Senate
judiciary committee today on the con contested
tested contested nomination of Frank A- Lin Lin-ney,
ney, Lin-ney, state republican chairman of
North Carolina, to be federal district
attorney. Opposition was dropped
when it developed that Linned say not
authorized campaign letters designed
to prevent voting by negroes.
MIZELLE CONTINUES
TO BE MISSED
Miami, July 25. Up to noon today
no trace had been found'of W K. Mi Mi-zelle,
zelle, Mi-zelle, former clerk of the Dade county
school board," indicted by the county
grand jury Saturday for embezzle embezzlement
ment embezzlement of. more than $500. In its report,
the jury charged the former board
with gross mismanagement of the
funds entrusted to it.
PRELIMINARY HEARING
FOR FRED BROWN
Tampa, July 25. Fred Brown, 23
years old, will be given a preliminary
hearing here today, charged with
forging checks on the Bank of Grove Grove-land.
land. Grove-land. PEDRICK-PROCTOR
A marriage of interest to Ocala
friends which took place Sunday at
11 o'clock a. m. in Jacksonville, was
that of Mr. Tracy T. Pedrick to Miss
Willie E. Proctor. The wedding, which
occurred at 1141 Oak street, was a
very quiet one. The bride is the
daughter of Mrs. Ella Proctor, of this
city, and for sqrne years was in the
office of Dr. J. E. Chace, and since go go-ing
ing go-ing to Jacksonville about a year ago
has been with Dr. Taylor of that city.
By her attractive personality she has
won a wide circle of friends who will
wish her every happiness in her mar married
ried married life.
Mr. Pedrick is the son of Mrs. J. F
Pedrick of this city, a young man of
sterling qualities and good business
ability, and is now the manager of the
Crescent Grocery Company.
Mr. and Mrs. Pedrick passed thru
Ocala yesterday on their .wedding
trip. They expect to stop in Tampa,
and returning will visit the "east coast.
They probably will return to Ocala
the end of the week and in future will
make their home at the residence of
Mrs. R. T. Weaver, where they have
taken rooms.
WOMEN WILL PAY
THEIR POLL TAXES
Tax Collector Stripling has receiv received
ed received the following, which will be of in interest
terest interest to our citizenesses:
Tallahassee, July J.5.
Mr. W W. Stripling,
Tax Collector, Ocala, Fla.:
Dear Sir: Under the law passed
by the last legislature, it is not nec necessary
essary necessary for women to pay poll tax to
vote this year because they became
eligible to quality to vote in 1920. It
will be necessary, however, for wom women
en women to pay the poll tax for 1921 before
they will be qualified to vote in 1922.
Yours very truly.
Rivers IL Baford,
Attorney General.
Get them at the Dixie Fruit Store,
Harrington Hall block -red grapes,
mangoes, avocado, pears, Bartlett
pears, plums, peaches, limes and
bananas. Phone 576. 20-3t

By the Authorities When Their Alleg Alleg-ed
ed Alleg-ed Confessions were Brought
in as Evidence

(Associated Press)
Chicago July 25. Eddie Cicotte,
Joe Jackson and Claude Williams,
former White Sox players, told their
own story in the baseball trial today
of how they confessed to a special
grand jury last fall that they received
money to throw games in the 1919
world series- Each declared the con confession
fession confession was made only after they were
promised the confessions would never
be used against them and were wanted
only so the "baseball gamblers could
be trampled under foot."
AN ALL-AROUND ATHLETE
Edward Gourdin, Colored, of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Won a Stack of .Medals
While at Harvard
- (Associated Press)
Cambridge, Mass., July 25. Ed Edward
ward Edward Gourdin, of Jacksonville, Fla.,
Harvard's negro athlete who set a new
world's broad jump record of 25 feet
three inches last Saturday, has closed
his college athletic career with an all all-round
round all-round record of track and field pro proficiency
ficiency proficiency surpassing that of any man
who ever attended Harvard. -Gourdin
will be as much decorated as a hero
of many wars if he chooses to pin on.
his breast all the medals he has won
in four years. The Harvard athletic
authorities have been unable to get
medals struck off as 'fast as he has
earned them.
SIXTY-ONE COUNTIES
IN THE STATE
Tallahassee, July 25. As a result
of the creation of seven newcounties
at the recent session of the legisla legislature,
ture, legislature, Florida now ia state of 61 coun counties.
ties. counties. When the present state consti constitution
tution constitution was adopted in 1885 the
state possessed only 39 counties, 22
having ben created since that jTar.
The "baby" counties, or those or organized
ganized organized since 1885, are: Bay, Brow Broward,
ard, Broward, Citrus, Charlotte, DeSoto, Dixie,
Flagler, Glades, Hardee, Highlands,
Lake, Lee, Okaloosa, Okeechobee, Os Osceola,
ceola, Osceola, Palm Beach, Pasco, Pinellas,
St. Lucie, Sarasota, Seminole and
Union.
Bradford was formerly New River
county, the name being changed in
S61.
Brevard was originally St. Lucie,
the name beinc chanced in 1855. but
in 1905 a new county was formed from
part of Brevard and this division
again took the name of St. Lucie.
Hernando was formerly Benton
county, the name being changed in
1850.
What is now Suwanee county was
formerly part of Columbia, the new
county of Suwanee having been creat created
ed created in 1858. Another slice of Colum-
bia was annexed in 1863.
Baker was organized from part of
New River in 1861.
Bay was organized from part of
Washington, and a portion of Cal Calhoun
houn Calhoun was annexed in 1913.
Broward was formed from parts of
Dade and Palm Beach in 1915.
Citrus was organized from part of
Hernando in 1887.
Clay was formed from part of Du Duval
val Duval in 1858.
DeSoto was organized from part of
Manatee in 1887 and in 1921 the coun counties
ties counties of Charlotte, Glades, Hardee and
Highlands were carved from its ter territory.
ritory. territory. Dixie was formed from part of La Lafayette
fayette Lafayette in 1921.
Flagler was organized from parts
of St. Johns and .Volusia in 1917.
Lake, from parts of Orange and
Sumter, in 1887.
Okaloosa, from parts of Santa Rosa
and Walton in 1916.
Okeechobee, from parts of Osceola,
Palm Beach and St- Lucie, in 1917.
Osceola, from parts of Brevard and
Orange in 1887.
Palm Beach, part of Dade in 1909.
Pasco, part cf Hernando in 1887.
Pinellas, part of Hillsborough in
1912.
' Seminole, part of Orange in 1913.
v Sarasota, part of Manatee in 1921.
' Union, part of Bradford in 1921.
Meet me at the Union Statica
Restaurant for a regular family styla
dinner Eest dinner in the state for 75
cents. Eat and drink all yoa want.
Dinner 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. Owned
and operated by 100 Americans.



OCALA EVENING STAR, .MONDAY, JULY 25. 1921

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have called our state educational au authorities
thorities authorities a teacherbund for years, and
while we are not saying it oarself,
we shouldn't be surprised to hear the
people calling it a plunderbund. It
spends more money for less results
than any other branch of the state
government.

We doubt that Catts would have
acted as badly as the governor of Il Illinois.
linois. Illinois. ."

Let's put our tar into commercial
products and insert our feathers into
pillows.

That old joke about a hog being a
literary object because it was a pro product
duct product of the pen, won't work any long longer.
er. longer. They raise them in pastures now.

While we are improving the state
capital, let's get busy improving the
legislatures that are to meet there.
Tampa Tribune:
, Yes, and begin now.

A Massachusetts sheriff says short
skirts. cause crime.' There never was
any crime until short skirts came in,
was there? That Mass. sheriff is a
bear on history.

The Legion Publishing Company
will publish the Florida Legionnaire
from the office of the Williston Pro Progress.
gress. Progress. This' makes the Legionnaire
our next door neighbor. It is a very
bright little magazine and we wish it
success.

The Ocala Star thinks Ambassador
Wallace at Paris was bold in his talk
because he knew he was coming home
anyhow j That's the very thing that
keeps most men prudent. Tampa
, Times. ... : -v
Yes, but not that kind of prudent.
J. C. Lanier, probation officer for
Duval county, was first appointed to
the office by Governor Trammell, Gov Governor
ernor Governor Catts reappointed Lanier while
raising cane with nearly all other offi officers
cers officers throughout the state and now
Governor Hardee has reappointed La Lanier
nier Lanier for the third time. During his
terms of office, Duval eounty courts
have placed under his care 2438 chil chil-dren
dren chil-dren and there are still some other
children left in Duval county who
have not been before the courts. De De-Land
Land De-Land News.
Jesse is a gem.

There, is increasing among the
newspapers a practice that we think
contrary to honest journalism. It is
tb;e practice of newspapers trying to
steal advertising from each other. It
is practiced mostly by the larger pa papers
pers papers on the smaller, and we shouldn't
be surprised if while in full swing in
the business departments it is hardly
suspected in the editorial rooms. We
came face to face with an instance of
it the other day. We printed a small
advertisemen, asking for a bid on an
article we wanted to dispose of. In
the advertisement we told any "appli "applicant
cant "applicant to address our personal postofficu
box. Receiving a letter Sunday in the
envelope of a big-city contemporary,
and not noticing it was addressed
simply to our postoffice box num number,
ber, number, we opened it with a little
thrill of pleasure,' thinking, likely
there was some fraternal message in inside.
side. inside. We are never able to do very
much, but we are always glad of a
chance to do a service to any news newspaper
paper newspaper man. So we were somewhat
set back to find the letter consisted
of a clipping from the Star, our own
advertisement, with the advice that
we would do better to transfer our
advertisement to the colums of our
contemporary, and soliciting our
order. Tlie person who sent the let letter
ter letter didn't know who "Box 404" be belonged
longed belonged to. While we knew that some
papers followed tljis, in our opinion;
reprehensible practice, we ; did not

think it had a foothold in Florida, un until
til until the business manager of the Star
told us he had proof positive that
several of our state papers were car carrying
rying carrying it on. It doesn't hurt the Star,

which has worked every minute from
its first issue for its existence, and
expects to continue doing so. But we
wish to inform our contemporaries
that we do not consider the practice
honest and fair, according to the
ethics of the newspaper business.
Within fifty miles of Ocala' are a
number of papers of smaller circula circulation,
tion, circulation, and influence than the Star. We
would not think for one minute of
writing to 'their advertisers and ad advising
vising advising them to transfer their business
to the Star's columns. We would, like
to know if the Florida Press Associa Association
tion Association considers such methods legiti legitimate.
mate. legitimate. If it does, we know one mfm mfm-ber
ber mfm-ber it is going to lose.

I WHERE "TELS ARE UNKNOWN
the oostoffices and ston th Hi-rihT,

tion of mailin it ,m Traveler in Monaolia Mad Welcome':

m. m WWMAVK ,f
bibit practically all ordinary secular
work on Sunday. Congress has been I

told that it is the dutv of the mvp. 1 ... I

ment to safeguard the civil Sabbath I

so as to guarantee one day in seven

in Any Tent, Conforming to Sim

ple Rules of Etiquette.

Travelers on the steppes of Mon Mongolia
golia Mongolia are welcome to stay in any tent
in any village tbev encounter. Everv

as a day of rest for every citizen." j. "on-olian is hospitality Itself, provid provid-Piffle!
Piffle! provid-Piffle! This is a free country and no I the traveler has judgment enough
man need work more than necessary'1" '""nform to the simple rules of
to earn a living for himself and fam-! 'T-'ftte. Of coarse, he will have to
ily: he can have two or mnr Hv f i ' ,!wn the ambs and calves

rest if h want tV,om i '." household, just as do the mem-

1-crs of the family. -
From whatever side of a tent the
traveler approaches he must be sure
to ride up to it from the front. When
.i is within a hort distance he must
"top and shout "nohoi." which means
This is a safety measure, be be-ranse
ranse be-ranse the tlogs are wolf-like and fierce.
Tii people hurry out to call oft the
d.ijrs. anl if he is on foot he keeps
tin-iti back, as best hQ can, with a
stick.
Once a traveler enters a tent he
says "mendu," or greeting. As dogs
! not attack 'inside a tent it is an
insult to carry a stick inside. He sits
r.r the left side of Ue lire-place, with
l is feet curled up under him.' if he
:m't do this he sits .with his feet

stretched toward the door. Then he
exchanges snuff boxes with the fam

ily. When he leaves, next moraine, he

im-s and smiles, as the Mongols have

no custom equivalent to hand-shaking
jind cood-by.

w auis mem. ann t's Tin-

body's business how or when or how
much he works just so long as he
works enough' to earn an honest living
and .doesn't interfere with the rights
of other citizens and the exercise of
their religious beliefs. It's a safe bet
that the fellows of the gang in Wash Washington
ington Washington trying to put over this legisla legislation
tion legislation don't work one day in seven.
Such legislation is contrary to the
principles upon which our govern government
ment government is founded and we hope and be believe
lieve believe Congress will sit on its sponsors
hard enough to squeeze some of the
gall out of their bigoted hides."
Col. Charles P. Lovell, A. G. D., of
St. Augustine, the state adjutant gen general,
eral, general, was among the Florida National
Guard officers who received federal
recognition during the past week.
Other, officers recognized were Capt.
MalAltman, Inf., of Wauchula; 2nd
Lieut. O. Stacer, Q. M. C, of St. Au Augustine,
gustine, Augustine, and 2nd Lieut. William G.
Gardner, 'Inf., of Daytona.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM-,
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
We Specialize on
Ford and Chevrolet
REPAIR WORK
COOPER Cord Non-Skid Tires, 30x3 1-2.
8000 Mile Guarantee, $18
( DIAMOND Plain Tread 30x3, $12.50
P.JLARINE Heavy Oil, five gallons, $3.50
We buy and sell second hand Ford Cars
. Jas. Engesser, Prop.
Day Phone 258 Night Phone 533

FOR RENT Two large unfurnished
rooms; lights, both and porch. Ap Apply
ply Apply 304 Alvarez St., R. H. Cunning Cunning-ham.
ham. Cunning-ham. 25-6t

WANTED Two hundred White Leg Leghorn
horn Leghorn hens or pullets. Phone 39M or
write Miss Ethlyn Adam, Ocala,
Fla., Rural route A. 25-1 1

WANTED A No 1 commissary or

storeroom man wants position. Best j

references. Write E. R. Barfield, 617
Second Ave., South, St. Petersburg,
Fla. 25-3t I

Life's "Fits" and "Misflta"
Many would have to do a bit of
thinking before they replied to the
question at the head of this para paragraph.
graph. paragraph. Yet the answer can be easily
found. It depends on whether you
are a "fit or a "misfit- In life, re remarks
marks remarks a writer in London Answers.
Each of' us has certain gifts and
qualities which were Intended to fit us
into the scheme of life, so that we
misht live happily, contentedly and
proiitably. and by justifying our ex existence
istence existence be glad that we were born.
I'ut if we have missed our niche, been
pushed into the wrong one, or persist
in petting ourselves into the. wrong
one. then we cant be really glad that
we were born.
The misfit In life might aa well have
missed life. The misfit Is one who
doesn't know what his gift Is, or,
knowing, doesn't use It. Many, too.

i-ijm iu irymg io iive.iiiteraiiy, on a

half or quarter gift, instead of using

their talents to the full. x

Farmers' Exetai

Stors
will sell you and deliver

IS

Five gallons kerosene 90c
1 tb good Mixed Tea 30c
Pure Lard 2 lbs for 35c
Rumford Baking Powder. .30c
Smoked Bacon Squares 20c
Smoked Country Hams..' 38c
Octagon Soap 8c 3 Cakes for 21c
Export Borax Soap 1 doz 55c
Cherry Bell Flour, 24 lb... $.145
W. Baker's Cocoa, half lb 3Qc

W. Baker's Cocoa 1 lb.

AH former 20c. packages 15c
Three Argo Starch 25c
One doz. Argo Starch 95c
Evaporated Peaches, lb 1&c
Quart jars of Honey 65e
Quart cans or bottles Syrup... 30c
Pint cans Syrup . . 1 5c
Syrup drawn from bbl, gal.... 75c
Virginia Dare Wine, small.... 40c

irgmia Dare Wine, large 65c

Senate Coffee, 1 lb 40c
Senate Coffee, 3 lbs $1.15
Reddick Peanut Butter 1 lb... 30c
Evaporated Milk, tall 1 5e
Evaporated Milk, small.. 7c
Uneeda Biscuits and all

55c Firestone Tires. 30x3 $10.95

Firestone Tires, 30x3. .$1 3.95
Grey Tubes, 30x3 $2.1 5
Grey Tubes, 30x3 U $2-55
Red Tubes, 30x3 $2-65
Red Tubes, 30x3 .$3.1 0

That "flying squadron," the state
board of .teachers' examiners, evident evidently
ly evidently believes in the old saying, "the
longest way round is the shortest way
found.- "It is "found," that is, its
expenses are paid, and its its itinerary
over the state, according to the Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Tribune, will make said expenses
three times what they should be. We

MICKIE SAYS

i -fUcvx -g tvv tUcia paic )
A Of "CI? GOBS US CAUff
; n Ml

. Mrs. Kaber's attorneys would not
allow a woman on the jury which tried
that latter-day Borgia for the murder
of her husband. They said that
women were less merciful than men,
particularly toward members' of their
own sex. The jury, as will be re
membered, found Mrs. Kaber guilty
of murder in the first' degree, with
recommendation to mercy. We are of
the opinion that a jury of women
would have brought in a similar ver verdict.
dict. verdict. We do not believe that admit admitting
ting admitting women to citizenship will make
any difference in law or politics. All
men and all women are entirely un unreasonable
reasonable unreasonable sometimes. Two women
or two men will differ in theories and
practices as much as a woman and a
man. If "we were being tried for a
crime, we would pay- a lot more at attention
tention attention to .the faces and eyes of the
jurors than to their sex.

No nation has a right to keep its
troops on the soil of another nation
with which it is not at war. By act
of Congress, approved by the presi president,
dent, president, we are at peace with Germany.
But the Ocala Star is willing to let
our boys stay on the Rhine because,
forsooth, they are satisfied. The
making of a treaty is a process of
peace. Let our boys come home. And
let those' who wish to stay in Ger Germany
many Germany be mustered out. Bronson
Times-Democrat.
All right, old socks, bring them
home. We cheerfully turn, the job

over to you, and all you have to do

now is make the government mind

you. However, if you can attract Mr.

Harding's attention a minute he will
probably, tell you that, while we are
no longer at war with Germany, we
have-no treaty of peace, and that
bunch of troops on the Rhine may
help making said treaty for America.

GUAVAS Fine Lake Griffin .guavas
for sale in crate lots. Suitable for
jellies. Price $1.50 crate f. o. b.
Leesburg. Order NOW to be sure
you get them. F. E. Wetherbee,
Agent, Leesburg, Fla. 7-5-tf

FOR SALE Strand wood, split pine
and oak, $3 and $3.50 per strand.
Leave orders at Jirash Grocery.
Phone 413. 13-12t

WANTED Some one to turn over
25 acres of land with tractor. Land
was planted in tomatoes this season.
Apply to P. O. Box 445 at once. 12t

FOR SALE Iron water tank, in
good order, 600, gallon capacity,
with 40 or 50 feet of pipe. Apply to
Star office or write to box 404,
Ocala.
ylQ is my phone number, and
Ot all kinds, of HAULING
(whether light or heavy, short or-long
distance) is my business. Household
moving and baggage my specialties.
L. E. Cordrey. 15-tf

Many Had Idea of Velociped.

ine velocipede was the father of
the bicycle. The list of those who

claimed to have made the Invention
would fill a column, and a page would
hardly accommodate all those who de devised
vised devised the Improvements which made
the velocipede a really useful means
of locomotion.
Iilanchard, the aeronaut, who de described
scribed described the Innovation In detail in
1771), is believed entitled to first hon honors.
ors. honors. The Frenchman, Nicephore Niepce.
appears a a good second In 18181
P.aron von Drais, a German, takes
third money with his "dandy horse,"
or "drat sen a," which he patented In
the same year.

VERY CLEVER FIELDING FEAT

FOR RENT Large store room be between
tween between Masters and Bitting & Phil Phillips
lips Phillips drug store, west-of courthouse,
on Magnolia street. Apply Guaran-
, tee Clothing & Shoe Co. 20-tf

FOR SALE Good 8-year-old horse,
good shape, good worker anywhere.
Also good wagon and harness, all
-for $140 cash. Near A. C. L. water
tank. R. C. Thompson. 20-3t

FOR RENT Prt of furnished house
'for, bed rooms or ilght housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. Apply to "House," care Star
office. 20-tf

Says the Punta Gorda Herald:
"Congress is now considering a na national
tional national 'Sunday law.' Should this law
be passed it will be practically im impossible
possible impossible to carry on any kind of busi business
ness business on Sunday in the United States.
Already the proposed law is meeting
with the determined opposition of
those who oppose the enactment of
laws that will interfere with the con constitutional
stitutional constitutional rights of citizens and force
them to regulate their lives and activi,
ties according to the bigoted ideas of
professional reformers and Meddle

some Matties. The law proposed, if
possed, will make it unlawful for gov government
ernment government employees to work -on Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, stop the interstate operation of j

WANTED 50-acre truck farm, fruit fruited,
ed, fruited, on good road, close to station;
price must be right; give complete

description. Mr. Storer, Box 235,

Atlanta, Ga. 21-10t

Centerfielder for Peoria Three-I Team
Made Record Throwing Out Five
Runners.
Ted Menze, playing .center field for
Peoria against Rockford one May 9,
made the near-record of throwing. out
five base runners, four of them at the
plate and one at third base. On the
offense In the same game he got three
hits out of -four times up, walking
once.'

IMMENSE OFFER IS REFUSED

Scottish Soccer Star Spurns $50,000 to
. Attach His Signature to a
Contract.
D. McAlpine, the crack outside left
of the Queens Park Soccer club of
the Scottish league, has refused the
record amount of $50,00C to attach
his signature to a provisional form.
He has resigned as an amateur for
his old club for next season.

J.et us exchange your old furniture
for new. We can furnish you every everything
thing everything for your home. Theus Brothers.
Phone 19. 23-lm

Purina Feed for horses, cows. hoes.

10c. packages... '..8c 3 for 20c chickens, pigeons.
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 1G3

t,wt(t;

THE WINDSOR HOTEL
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the hean of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in 'each room. Dining room service U
second to none

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
i Proprietor.

UlyiKliT

. -.'AND'

FIRE "IT
PR00FW

1M.

H'.-S.TAKJ-'UME

Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued

movs. pack, snip
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS. BAGGAGE.
-MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC

on Cotton, Automobiles. Etc.
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Pltone 298

FOR SALE My six-room house on
East Fourth street. All modern

conveniences. Apply to Miss Rena
Smith at the Style Hat Shop. 20-4t

WANTED refined woman to keep
house for widower and three chil children.
dren. children. Ages of children, 7, 10, 13.

Must keep neat and clean and be
economical. A good home for the
right person. P. O. Box 250, Ocala,
Fla. 23-lt

FOR SAL E S ECONDHAND
HOUSES FROM $25 TO $200.
WINDOWS, DOORS, CHIMNEYS
AND FENCES INCLUDED. MAR MAR-TEL
TEL MAR-TEL LU3IBER COJIPANY, 3IAR 3IAR-TEL,
TEL, 3IAR-TEL, FLA. 2-6t

Our field and garden seeds are all

fresh and of the highest obtainable
cniality. Bitting & Phillips, Ocala,
Fla. 21-tf

THE VOGUE

'"is
3v

If

iugar -and, Milk have greatly reduced in price.

We can therefore serve drinks and creams cheaper.

Ice Cream Cones 4c, War Tax lc..5c
Coca Cola 4c, War Tax lc -...5c
Ice Cream, Dish 9ct War Tax lc.10c
Chocolate Milk 7cf War Tax lc...8c
Limeade 9c, War Tax lc 10c

Milk Shake 9c, War Tax lc 10c

.15c
..20c
..25c
.25c

Malt Milk 13c, War Tax 2c...
All Sundaes 18cf War Tax 2c.
AH Bonbons 23c, War Tax 2c
All Parfaits 23c, War Tax 2c.

(fj

. Come toue us. Weappredale yourlpatronage. THE VOGUE.

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A Propca-1 That
Went Astray

Br HAZEL SMITH
"Betty, what is that I hear about j
your new beau? asked her Aunt Jes-
ale Indulgently. ' ;
Jessie Minturn was thirty-two and
ngt pretty. She lived with her wid widowed
owed widowed slater, lire. Charters, and her
only child, over whose madcap nature
she exercised what restraint was pos-
sible. .
"Who told youT asked Betty, tam taming
ing taming on her aunt in artful triumph.
"Hy dear, it's become village gos gossip,
sip, gossip, said Aunt Jessie. And- when a
thing gets to be that it's time some something
thing something was done. How about George
CrothersT
"Oh, George Is all right," said Betty.
But George Is Just my ordinary, reg regular
ular regular beau, and Wilfred Is quite .dif .different
ferent .different "Wilfred r exclaimed her aunt. "Wil "Wilfred
fred "Wilfred whor
"Now" youH have to fiud that out
for yourself, aunt," said Betty, 'danc 'dancing
ing 'dancing away. "But don't be afraid. I'm
only leading him on just to hare some
fun with him. He's really too old for
me, aunt he must be nearly forty.
"Betty, I'm going to teJI you some some-.
. some-. thing," said Jessie Minturn. "You're
nly a slip of a child yet and you don't
know nearly as much as I ;o about
"About men, aunt?" queried Betty
lln amusement, seeing the cxSor flaming
lln her aunt's face.
- ; "About the world," Aunt Jessie an answered.
swered. answered. "Years ago ten yt-ars, I sup suppose
pose suppose said Aunt Jessie, I mot somebody
-never mind where. I was an inex inexperienced,
perienced, inexperienced, impulsive girl and he was
my first conquest. One evening, when
he had been calling on use, and had
mid good-night he stopi td at the
door and looked at me. 1 was very
much in love with him, although he
ttad said nothing to me. I suppose
nay face told him all that he wanted
to know. He bent down and kissed
me, and I let him. That's all."
"Oh, Aunt Jessie, how perfectly love lovely
ly lovely V exclaimed her nieet; delightedly.
"And to think you kept the secret all
these years and never told me. Go
a."
"That's all," answered ber aunt
; quietly.
"But what happened. Aunt Jessie?
Did he propose, or what?"
"Nothing happened, my dear." the
. elder woman answered. "On the fol following
lowing following day I received a letter from
Mm. He told me how madly he loved
me and begged that I would tell him
whether I returned his love. If I -did
not answer, he said, he would know
that his love was hopeless. Of course
I didn't answer."
"But didn't you love him, Aunt Jes Jes-sKiT
sKiT Jes-sKiT inquired her niece in aitonish aitonish-vamt.
vamt. aitonish-vamt. ..
"My dear, I loved him with all my
heart. But he said nothing of mar marriage,
riage, marriage, and I am old-fashioned enough
to believe that a prdposal should pre precede,
cede, precede, any demonstration of affection.
And I knew he would never marry a
girl who had let herself' be kissed.
"That's why T want to warn you
Betty dear."
T don't see that you have wrecked
. your life at all; I think you are just
old-lfashioned," pouted her niece,
springing away. She halted at the
door. "Wilfred is coming to supper
on Sunday night, aunt," she said mock mockingly,
ingly, mockingly, and flew down the street. Half
an hour later Miss Minturn, glancing
through the window, saw her in rapt
conversation with George Crothers.
Sunday came. The name of the vis visitor
itor visitor was still obstinately withheld by
Betty. But about four o'clock she
came dancing upstairs. "He's here,
aunt,"' she exclaimed. "Youll hear the
. bell ling In a moment." And the bell
pealed almost upon the words.
Half an hour later, when Miss Min Minturn
turn Minturn came downstairs she saw a tall
stranger standing on the hearth-rug,
listening with amusement to Betty's
chatter. He raised his head.
"Aunt Jessie, this is Mr. Garvin,"
Mid Betty.
Aunt Jessie's cheeks were redder
than her niece's. As for Mr. Garvin,
there was a look In his eyes which
seemed to Indicate that he had not
been wholly unprepared for the meet meeting.
ing. meeting. :
The next ten minutes were miser miserable
able miserable ones for Jessie Minturn.
"Well," said Betty at last, "as you
two seem such uninteresting company
this afternoon I shall leave you alone
for ft while." And she stalked out In
du4;eon.
The man went quietly over to' Miss
Minturn and took her bands.
Tm going to tell you something
bow in spite of your silence," he said.
Perhaps yen had reasons for your
silence then which have been removed.
Jessie, I have loved you for ten years
won't you marry me nowT
"Harry you?" gasped Jessie Min Min-turtL
turtL Min-turtL "Why Wilfred you never
"asked me before."
"But I wrote to you!" he exclaimed.
"Did you not get, my letter?"
"But you oni? said you loved me,"
she faltered. "I; thought you despised
me because belpause I let you kiss
, me. i
-T thought 3eu understood," :. he
cried, catching her In his arms. "Is
it too late now, Jessie? Will. you
marry me? There and now
"Aunt Jessie I" cried Betty at the
door. "George Crothers is coming to
have supper with us. We She
looked from one to' (he other in amaze amazement;
ment; amazement; and then", because she was real really
ly really f ood, her chagrin was swallowed up
1b happiness.

SUPT. SHEALY WHITES
ABOUT THE SCHOOLS

V
In response to the article that ap appeared
peared appeared in the Ocala Star of July 16th,
in behalf of the country schools, the
plea for the junior high "school, and
reminding the county superintendent
of his speech one year ago, I wish to
say that the. writer failed to compre comprehend
hend comprehend the part of the speech to which
she referred and does not understand
what it takes to constitute a junior
high school (the lowest high school
recognized and from which credits
will be accepted in other standard
high schools) nor does she fully
realize the need3 and conditions of
our country schools.
"Build up the country schools.
Sure, that is the policy, of the present
superintendent and the county school
board, also the city schools; we can
not go backward. "Build a junior
high school in every community
where practicable," but please look
up the meaning of the word "prac "practicable,
ticable, "practicable, 'and apply it for it takes the
following to make a junior high
school:
No school shall be recognized as a
junior high school which does not
meet each, of the folowing require requirements:
ments: requirements: The term shall not be less than
eight months or, 160 days.
The average daily attendance of all
pupils shall not be less than fifty.
It must have in regular attendance
not less than a total of ten pupils in
one or both" of the ninth and tenth
grades, regularly and proporly pro promoted
moted promoted from the grade next below.
: It musts employ not less than a
total of four teachers, ieach legally
certificated according to the laws of
this state, and devoting al lof his or
her time to teaching in the school.
The principal shall hold either a
LIFE
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INSURANCE
Ocala Florida
ACCIDFNT AUTOMOBILE
Boat Excursion
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SILVER SPRINGS
Every Thursday and :
Sunday 5 to 8 p. m.
Fare, $1
Plus 8c War Tax
Bring Your Picnic Sapper and
Enjoy the Cool Breezes
oi SilverZ River
For information see or phone
W. L Carmichacl
Silver Springs
Boats Ooen -for Charter
- At All Times

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Phone 305
Barney Spencer
Phone 431
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Funeral Directors, Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel
MOTOR EQUIPMENT:
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
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selection for a few days only.
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Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
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life state or state certificate, or a
valid first grade certificate, embraced
in-, and prescribed in the standard
high school course of study for the
ninth and tenth grades.
At least one capable teacher must
devote all of his or her time to teach teaching
ing teaching the ninth and tenth grades, and
where there is but one teacher giving
f ull time to these two grades, but one
of the standard courses of study must
be offered.
-The average length of recitation
periods in the two high school grades
shall not be less than 40 minutes.
All pupils in high school grades
must at all times carry not less than
four academic subjects; provided, that
some vocational, industrial or elec elective
tive elective ttudy'may occupy one recitation
period.
The building must not have less
than four ample and well adapted rec recitation
itation recitation rooms, all properly equipped
with patent desks, blackboards and
other necessary teaching appliances.
It must have a laboratory equip equipment
ment equipment and a well selected library, each
worth not less than $100.
With how many of these regulations
can Shady comply, or can she comply
with one of them ? Last year there
were enrolled in the school 22 pupils,
and made an average daily attendance
of 1754 for the year; one teacher, and
the large, roomyj school building has
only one room and that not larger
than it should be for one teacher.
Shady is not in a sub-school district
and therefore could not run the extra
months that must round out the coun county's
ty's county's sis into eight, or should they
create a district it would take the
limit of taxation, should the constitu constitutional
tional constitutional amendment be voted into effect
to raise the limit to tea mills, to sup support
port support a school much Uss glowing than
the one pictured to us in the article
of last Saturday.
Which would be the most practic practicable
able practicable or the wisest thing to do: Build
a junior high school at Shady, in a
stone's throw of Ocala, that would
leave off twp of the high school grades
or to transport 22 pupils to Ocala,
seven or eight miles, to a full-fledged
senior high school whose diplomas are
accepted by colleges?
Build a junior high school where it
is practicable and where it will add to
the advantages of boys and girls, not
for an ornament to adorn some beau beautiful
tiful beautiful hill and where it would be a
singing place for the county's finances.
Tp all who heard the "never to be
forgotten speech" please look up the
surroundings that make such schools
possible before launching out upon
the deep sea of high schools.
Shady is one of our best communi communities
ties communities and always has as good school
term as is possible and her people are
loyal to their school, her boys and
girls are the equal of any children
and should have equal educational ad advantages
vantages advantages to others and we all ( are
willing to help along that line.
The only remedy at present to give
high school advantages to all the
children is consolidation and trans transportation
portation transportation and the county can not
maintain so great a number of schools
and provide transportation at the
same time. It is impractical in many
ways to transport our pupils to the

jtwo senior high schools in a county
as large as ours, nor I know of no
one trying to do so. We can not force
people to move their schools; we do
not try; neither can the county build
high schools in every community. It
could be made possible to build others,
however.
You have the co-operation of every
school official in the county, also those
who are interested in education. We
want to help you get to running good
and when you are able to run alone
then we will try to help you run bet better.
ter. better. I am quite sure that the super superintendent
intendent superintendent will give all the help he
can and wishes for you the best school
j possible. Thank you for the co-opera-jtion
promised, but whenever you try
again to build that high school, come
in and let's talk it over.
You may be assured that the board
and I have the schools at heart and
that all will be taken care of to the
best of our ability. Now, come on, let's
have the best possible for the pupils
at Shady and all over our county.
They need it and are worthy of the
best. An education is a debt that we
owe to every child within our boun boundaries.
daries. boundaries. They must have it. With
best wishes. H. G. -Shealy.
pq sn una ppreclauve soon
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HUBBY AT THE CO0KST0YE

Seme Excellent Reasons Advanced
Why Head the Horn Shojld
Knew How to Prepare Food.
Cooking has been added Xo the cur curriculum
riculum curriculum of male students at Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania State college. Cooking is some something
thing something that all men should know some something
thing something about.
Some men should know all about It.
Particularly should married men
have the necessary knowledge so that
in the pinch they can escallop a pan
of potatoes or stir up a mess of Cuffy
biscuits.
There Is do telling when the good
wife may be absent from home at meal
time.
As time goes on the legitimate rea reasons
sons reasons for this are growing.
And what is more pleasing to the av average
erage average wife than to return from the
bridge party or the polling place, a
trifle late, perhaps, and worried for
fear that shell not be able to have
dinner on the dot what is more pleas pleasing
ing pleasing than to be greeted at the door by
the man of the house, all uniformed
up is a long overall apron, a dab of
flour on his beaming countenance, Stir Stirling
ling Stirling for dear life at a bowl of embryo
drop biscuits?
And the teakettle steaming its heart
out?
And the smell of burning beefsteak
permeating the otherwise hopeful at atmosphere?
mosphere? atmosphere? Man should know bow to cook! St.
Joseph Gazette.
KNEW. WHEN THEY HAD BITE
Traveler Tells of Rata Who Used
Their Tall as Fishlines to
Catch Crabo.
Captain Moncton in his "Experi "Experiences
ences "Experiences of a New Guinea Resident Mag Magistrate,"
istrate," Magistrate," relates the following inci incident:
dent: incident: "Having landed on an utterly
barren island formed of coral rock
and destitute of all vegetation, he
found it to be the home Of an enor enormous
mous enormous number of rats. There was no
trace of other animal life, and it was
impossible to imagine how, except by
continual preying upon one another, it
was possible for these rats to subsist.
"While seated at the water's edge,
turning over the problem in his mind,
he noticed some of the rats going
down to the edge of the reef lank,
hungry-looking creatures they were,
with pink, naked tails. He stopped
on the point of throwing lumps of
coral at them, out of curiosity to see
what they meant to do. His curiosity
was soon gratified- Rat after rat
picked a ftattish place and, squatting
on the edge, dangled Its tall In the
water.
"Presently one rat gave a violent
leap of a yard, landing well dear of
the water, and with a crab dinging to
its tall. Turning around, the rat
grabbed the crab and devoured It, and
then returned to the stone. Other
rats were seen repeating the perform performance.
ance. performance. niGH GRADE COM COMMERCIAL
MERCIAL COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Farm views, landscapes and home
scenes. Eugene A- Revels, over Guar Guarantee
antee Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co., Ocala. tf
Get them at the Dixie Fruit Store,
Harrington Hall block red grapes,
mangoes, avocado pears, Bartlett
pears, plums, peaches, limes and
bananas. Phone 576. 20-3t

EXTENSION OF SALE DATE

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BASEBALL SCHEDULE

Thursday, July 28 Leesburg in
Leesburg.
Thursday, August 4 Leesburg in
Ocala.
Thursday, August 11 Leesburg in
Leesburg.
SOME REAL BARGAINS
IN USED CARS
One 1916 Euick' C6" Touring,
Good shape. Price $500.00
One 1918 Buick "6 Roadster.
Good shape. Price 475.00
One 1918 Buick "4" Roadster
Good shape. Price 300.00
One 1915 Ford Touring. Good
shape. Price 175.00
One 1916 Ford Roadster. Good
shape. Price 200.00
One 1920 Ford Roadster. Al
shape. Price 350.00
One 1914 Buick "4W old style.
It will run. Price 50.00
MACK TAYLOR.
Dealer in Dodge Brothers Motor
Vehicles, Ocala. Phone 348. 22-Ct
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7- Phone
260, 310 N. Main street 27-tf
C. Cecil Bryant
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Gary Block. Over 10c Store
PHONE 332X
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Throw Away Old Shoes
Let us make them over and you
will get about double wearing out of
them. And they will look as good as
new too, when we have worked them
over. Remember we guarantee our
work to be satisfactory. We will call
for and deliver your work promptly
if you will phone 143.
OCALA ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP
114 S. Magnolia St. Phone 143
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For
Fresh
Meats and
Groceries
Call
Phoue
243

Create new business by advertising in the Star. It's a good investment.

We have extended our sle for one
week longer, 'from July 23rd to July
30th. This is to give our customers
the opportunity to take advantage
of these low prices.

A. WATERMAN
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IF YOU'RE
SEARCHING
lor Expert Vdcasizbg,
&row your GeasHIfci
ca car shop. U'e are
Experts at this business
and our work is
G U A RA N TE E D
BLALOCK BROS.
VULCANIZING
Ocala noose Block
LLj
Flower. Pots, $4 up; five-foot
Porch Boxes, $6; Cemetery
Curbing, 45c per foot
and upward
Geo. Me
Rear 303 North Main St.
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any otter
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a cut of meet for your dinner. Vie
study your wants and our every en endeavor
deavor endeavor is to please you. This careful
srrvice, with our prompt delivery, is
what has given us prestige in the Fresh
Meat business.
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Bring us your
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and Aufo Repairing
Satisfaction Guaranteed

AUTOGENOUS VEiDING CO.
OcMaiccha Ave.
f & Orange St.

New: supply of field and gat den
seeds for fall 1921 planting just arriv arrived.
ed. arrived. Variety larger than ever. Bit Bitting
ting Bitting and Phillips, druggists and seeds seedsmen,
men, seedsmen, Ocala, Fla. :- 21-tf

OGALA OCCUHREHGES

If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. W. B. Gallagher is a business
visitor to Savannah.

Mrs. F. B. Woodcock of Atlanta, is
in the city for a few days, visiting her
mother, Mrs. Jennie CassiL

sisters, Mary Ellen and Louise, who-: day afternoon and are guests of the
have been visiting in Tampa- They Colonial. They have purchased prop prop-will
will prop-will be Mrs. Taylor's guest" for two erty near Anthony and in the future
weeks. they expect to make Florida their

! tome-
Jidge Sam Barco of Miami, spent :

Friday and Saturday in Ocala with Miss Alice Sexton, Richard Dewey

Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood and Mr. and Cecil Clark spent Sunday at

Newcomb Barco of Sunny Slope Farm. ; Pablo Beach,' where they were joined

Judge Barco spent his boyhood in ; by Mr. Robert Moorhead.

Ocala and his friends are always glad ; : :

to welcome htm back again. Everything in the line of house fur-

HANG CREPE Of

. mOSQUITE NET

User of Sweet Dreams Pays Final

Tribute to Once Useful
Commodity

"Once useful but now forever laid

aside," reads, in part, the obituary.

, With fitting ceremony, a druggist
at Montgomery, Ala., placed in his
window a mosquito net drawn aside

and tied with crepe. f

' In this window were placed" a few
-bottles of Sweet Dreams.
And clearly he showed to his trade
that mosquito nets had become things
of yesterday that Sweet Dreams had
takeir-their places.
thousands are learning the same
' lesson daily, for Sweet Dreams is the
reatest mosquito remedy ever made.
Sold by all druggists, everywhere.
Liberal bottles, 3oc Adv.

This is a Studebaker year. tf
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Mrs. George Taylor has as her

guests her two little nieces, Irene and

Lounita Phillips of .Jacksonville, who

arrived in Ocala Saturday afternoon.

They will be joined today by their

mother, Mrs. Clarence Phillips, and

.This i a StudebaV-j- year.

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lilli SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger

trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following- schedule figures pub

lished as information and not guar'

anteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)

SEABOAEJLAIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive

2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
1:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa Tampa-Man
Man Tampa-Man aiee -St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 am N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 amT Tampa 2:15 am

1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pro

ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.

Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gamsville 3:24 pm

6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3 :24 pm St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 1 :25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
5:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm

10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am

4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am

M on.ay, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.

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nishings may be found here. New fur-j court.

New York, July 25. A temporary
injunction restraining "the United
States Shipping Board, the Emergen Emergency
cy Emergency Fleet Corporation and the United
American Lines from interfering with
the operation of ships seized Friday
from the United States Mail Steam Steamship
ship Steamship Company was issued here today

Dy juage uurr oi me state supreme

Mr. Laurie Izlar spent the week- R-ture exchanged for old if desires, j

end at Clermont, "the guest of his ; neus ttrotners. rnone iv. -im
parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Izlar. : i

TTa T-ric- rctnmori v,;m i,t : -Mr. Ira Beck of oamesville was in

night and will remain in Ocala until town aiuraay. air. cech. is visiting
Thursday, the guest of Mrs. W. W. hi father, Mr. J. L. Beck at Fellow-

Clyatt. :Bh,P-

Special Inviiation
To Oar Partly Friends
Confort for.
Conservative Dressers

Panama hats cleaned and reblocked, Gilber Lch, the clever editor of

75c. Royal Cleaners, J. Melin. Hat- ine Dn-ni anQ newsy "Durg com

Boiled ham and chipped dried beef i
are just the things for a luncheon j

these warm days,
ket, phone 108.

J. A. Chandler
Second Floor Thompson Build-''
ng, Opposite Harrington Hall

NEEDIIAM MOTOR CO.

ter.

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raercial. was in town today.

Main Street Mar-

tf General Auto Repairing

v v a v and Storaoe
- ie3, those deiicious sandwiches she ,.
. A, , Gasoline, Oils and Grease
served the other day were made of ,.,vnriRS rnr?

! Federal rolls. They are always fresh !,,,.,,

, i cars vasnea ji.uu

Cars Polished .50

baked twice a day.

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Misses Clara and Ann Minerva

Thomas of Gainesville are visiting

their brother. Sheriff S. C. M. Thomas.

Mrs. Sanf ord Jewett and daughters,

Margaret and Nan, after a pleasant
visit with Miss Meta Jewett, returned

yesterday to their home in Lakeland.

Mr. Jewett joined his family in Ocala
Saturday and returned to Lakeland

with them.

Mr. W. K. Zewadski left yesterday
for a visit with his sons in Tampa and
Miami, after which he will spend the
remainder of the summer in the

! mountains of North Carolina.

Straw sailor hats cleaned 50c. Royal
Cleaners, J. Melin, Hatter. 13-tf

W. K. Lane, M. D physician and ; Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St.

surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf

Phone 252

NOTICE

Ask your grocer for the best bread.
He knows you mean Federal bread. 6t
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Mrs. W. L. Howell and two children
of PJant City, have arrived to spend
several weeks with Mrs. Howell's
father, Mr. J. L. Beck, at Fellowship.

Our fresh meats as well as our gro-

delivery anywhere in the city.

Street Market. Phone 108.

Main

28-tf

Mrs. Mary itawis ana mother, Mrs. J cerjes are the best the land- Prompt

Joseph Akin left yesterday afternoon
for a visit in Jacksonville. After a
few davs stav there Mrs. Akin will

leave for MnntMmerv. Ala W old Mr- Alfred S. Harroun of Wildwood,

home, where'she will spend the next j was in Saturday en route to

Why buy a sewing machine that
has no reputation and you know noth nothing
ing nothing about, when the SINGER is sold
on its reputation and backed by Singer

service as long as it exists.

terms. Phone 542.
Singer Sewing Machine Co.,
317 North Magnolia St.,

' 7-12-tf i Ocala, Fla.

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1 Geo. Way Ih 5

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two months with friends and relatives.

There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf

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' Miss Faye Beck and friend. Miss
Janie Howell, of Plant City, came in
from Gainesville Saturday and went
out to Fellowship to spend Sunday.
These young ladies are attending
summer school in the University City.

Will sell you a Buick six roadster
at a real bargain pri?e. Phone- 129.
B. F. Condon. 25-4t

Cotton Plant to spend Sunday with
his mother.

A special bargain in a Saxon six
two-passenger speedster, in Al condi condition.
tion. condition. Price, $300. B. F. Condon. 25-4t

Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Douglas and
family of Arch Creek, after a week's
stay in White Springs, arrived in
Ocala today for a week's visit with
Mrs. Douglas' sister, Mrs. A. A. Wi Winer
ner Winer and her brother, Mr. S. M. Lum Lum-mus.
mus. Lum-mus. y

Let "us deliver your grocery order
with your fresh, meats each morning.
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 28-tf

The funeral of July Brown, who
died Thursday, was held from the St.
Paul A. M. E. church on Tucker Hill
yerterday afternoon, M.- E. Hughes
having charge of the arrangements.
July Brown was born in South Caro Carolina
lina Carolina 65 years ago. He came to Ocala
when a boy and was not only well
known among the people of his own
race but among the white people of
this community. A number of years
ago he was deputy sheriff upder
Sheriff Pomp Crutchfield.

PAY YOUR TAXES
Notice is nereby given that all per persons
sons persons in Ocala liable to pay taxes on
personal, property must make settle settlement
ment settlement by August first.
Henry Gordon,
6-21-9t x Chief of Police.

Ocala. Fla.
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(WUUUl uvfiiunu- iuui turning iai,
good as new; five new tires. Ask for
a demonstration. B. F. Condon, phone
129. 25-4t

WANTED To buy for cas-h. mercan mercantile
tile mercantile business. Explain all in first
letter. P. 0.yBox 265. 25-6t
FOR SALE New Ford touring car.
Enquire O'Neal & Holly garage. It

SEE ME FOR
Everything in the Building line
My Work is Guaranteed
W.A.TINSIm

The Stucco Man

Phone 52S

MAKE US AN OFFER

Our field and garden seeds are all
fresh and of the highest obtainable
quality. Bitting & Phillips, Ocala,
Fla. 21-tf

! On the brick building located on cor cor-ner
ner cor-ner of Ocklawaha avenue and Os Os-!ceola
!ceola Os-!ceola street (opposite the old Buick
; garage) with the proviso that you are

to entirely remove the same from the
lot' within thirty days. 21-6t

Lewis-Cliitly Co.

COPYRIGHT THE BOBBS MERRILL. COMPANY

TT MAY be presumptuous to compare any story
I with the immortal "Treasure Island," but
there is a real basis for it here, for the narra narrative
tive narrative does deal with treasure, pirates and a Pacifier
island in an uncommonly delightful way.
In thrills, it must yield to its great predecessor;
in humor, it is at least a good second; in variety
and up-to-dateness, ft has the advantage.
It is a real treasure hunt with the unique quality,
giving rise to delicious humor, that the hunters
are led by women. It is a genuine treat
Watch for It as a Serial in These Columns!

Mr. and Mrs. W. .W. Stripling re returned
turned returned Saturday from DeLand, where
they attended the funeral of Lieut.
Clark. They were accompanied by
Mrs. Stripling's brother, Mr. L. A.
Smith, a prominent business man of
Palatka.

Severa, exceptional bargains in
rugs and art squares if sold at once.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm

Mrs. L. M. Murray and daughter,
Elizabeth, spent the week-end at Lake
Weir with Mr, and Mrs. George Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay and family.

Miss Arcdla Davis has returned
from a pleasant vacation at Parrott,
Ga. Miss Davis is Judge Futch's
stenographer, and has charge of his
office during his absence.
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Just afrived at the Quality Fruit
Store, fresh grapes, Elberta peaches,
mangoes, string beans, cantaloupes,
plums, bananas, etc. Phone 218. It

The Ocala friends of Mr. and Mrs.
O. H. Berger will be interested tt
know they are now making their home
in Little Rock, the capital city of
Arkansas.

The W. C. T. U. will meet tomorrow
afternoon at four o'clock at the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church.
Don't accept a substitute for Fed Federal
eral Federal bread. Insist on having the best.
It costa no more than the other
kind. 15-Ct

" Mr. J. K. Dickson left Saturday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for South Carolina, where he
will join his wife and little daughter,
who are spending the summer there
with relatives.

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Light and Dark Colored and Flowered Voiles, pretty
designs, values to $1.25 per yard

is For Wednesday Only, 39c
& Colored Beach Cloth, light and dark popular shades,
j regular 75c value
39c yd.
Striped Whipcord and Gaberdine Skirting, values to
j $1.50 yard, to clean up, for Wednesday only
59c yd.

night.

his name is Samuel Lindner Pyles.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam R. Pyles are re

ceiving congratualtions on the birth i y
o fa fine boy, born at the hospital last ill

He weighs nine pounds and i ftZ

Get them at the Dixie Fruit Store, j
Harrington Hell Mock red grapes, j Z

t mangoes, avocado pears, Bartlett tjz

Twrs. nlnms. neaches. limes and

bananas. Phone 576.

Any Summer Hat in the house at Half-Price
Lot of Georgette Waists, all colors, value to S10.50
to clean up
$3.98
Full Fashioned Silk Hose in White,. Black and Brown
Special at 98c

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Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ring of Hois-1 Ife

ington, Kan., arrived in Ocala yester-

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