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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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OCALA

'EVENING'

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LEATHER FORECAST
Probably local showers
tonight
TEMPERATURES
This afternoon, 80.
This morning:, 70.
VOL. Z
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 2S, 1921
NO. 177

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THIS EVEIIIIIE
President Will Confer at the White
: House with Republican Leaders
on Legislative Program
(Associated Press i
Washington, July 28. Another
White House conference will be held ;
tonight between President Harding
and a dozen republican leaders in the
House in furtherance of the legislative ;
program understood to have been j
agreed upon by Senate republicans!
who conferred with the president j
Tuesday night. A 'definite arrange arrangement
ment arrangement of the House program to fit in
with the administration plan, v espe especially
cially especially aa to the passage of the tax re revision
vision revision bill, is expected to result from
the conference.
;n fearful condition
The Johnson City, Tenn., old sol soldiers'
diers' soldiers' home was characterized as a
.1 1 1 il k. 1T-TI
in;: (l nmist? hiiii ltik run mtiieiii v.
Md., hospital as. being fit only for a
sewerage disposal plant today, by
Colonel Charels R. Forbes, war risk
insurance director, before the Senate
cornittee in an appeal for broad pow powers
ers powers to meet hospital needs of world
war veterans.
Forbes said that liquor and nar narcotics
cotics narcotics are being sold among the, 900
former service men quartered at
the Johnson City home, and the war
risk bureau is powerless to correct
the situation on account of lack of
jurisdiction. Gun toting was declared
common and he added when the pa patients
tients patients take their attendants and throw
them out there is something radically
wrong.
INTEND TO GIVE NEGROES AID
An announcement that it had un undertaken
dertaken undertaken to aid negro freight handlers
in the South in organizing and in the
presentation of their grievances to
the railroad ttianacpmpnts was made
today by the American Federation of
Labor. A promise of assistance,
which will be extended until such time
as the negro unions may be admitted
to membership by the railroad broth brotherhoods,
erhoods, brotherhoods, including freight handlers,
was given.
BLANKET AUTHORITY
A favorable report on the adminis administration
tration administration bill giving the treasury blan blanket
ket blanket authority to conduct negotiation
for the funding of allied debts was
orderpd today by the Senate finance
committee. It carries a committee
amendment requiring that funding be
completed within five years.
ONLY SHOP TALK
Viscount Northcliffe spent an hour
and twenty minutes with President
Harding today and insisted vehe vehemently
mently vehemently afterward that the conversa conversation
tion conversation was an exchange of views be between
tween between newspaper publishers. "We
talked newspapers," he said over and
over when an attempt was made to
draw him into a discussion of his con conference
ference conference with the president.
ARE BUILDING UP OCALA
- Among the men who are building
Ocala, none are more assiduous than
Carl Ray and John Thomson. They
have surely filled in a number of va vacant
cant vacant places in the last year or two.
Particularly out on East Fort King,
which not long ago was mostly pas pasture.
ture. pasture. On this thorofare are the hand
some and conveniently built bunga
lows of Earl Hall, W. W. Clyatt, C. W.
Moremen and Joe Blalock, beside an
other of the neat and pretty dwellings,
which hasn't been sold. Dr. Moremen
'and family have been in their home
several months, and the others will be
soon finished and occupied. Some of
the buildings were on the Ray-Thom
son Company's land, built and sold;
others built by them on the owners'
lands. Earl Hall's house, on the Hall
property at tne top ot tne nui is a
genuine little palace; the -others, tho'
smaller ,are all gems of houses. With
the construction of Costello's big store
on Broadway, and other contracts in
sight, Ray & Thomson are certainly
going to leave their marks on Ocala
AUTOMOBILES WANTED

Enter your automobile, farm ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, horses, cows, mules or other
live stock for the big auction sale to
be held Saturday, July 30th at the
Lawrence & Good staples on West
Fort King avenue (known as Uncle
Charlie's). W. L. GRAY,
27-2t ; Manager of Sale.

FLORIDA IIEEO HOT
BE FRIGHTENED

Scarce and Widely Scattered are the
Cases of Pellagra in
Oar State
In view of the fact that pellagra is
said to be in almost epidemic form
throughout the South, the state board
of Jjealth of Florida wishes it to be
known that so far as Florida is con concerned
cerned concerned this disease' is but slightly
prevalent here. v
Statistics show that during the last
four years deaths from this disease
have greatly decreased. But in order
that the people of Florida may be able
to recognize this disease and know
what to do to escape it, the state
board of health is distributing thruout
the state literature describing the
disease, its cause, prevention and the
method of treatment.
It is not contagious or infectious.
The exact origin of pellagra is stili
unknown but recent investigations by
the United States Public Health Serv Service
ice Service seems to show almost conclusively
that the disease is due to a continued
lack, for long periods of time, of the
necessary variety of the daily diet.
' No single article of food has been
shown to be the cause of pellagra.
Pellagra produces three distinct
groups of symptoms: 1, the skin symp symptoms;
toms; symptoms; 2, the gastro-intestinal symp symptoms;
toms; symptoms; 3, nervous and mental symp symptoms.
toms. symptoms.
. 1. The skin symptoms appear as a
dark reddish, scaly eruption, usually
cn the exposed surface of the body,
as the backs of the hands and fore forearms,
arms, forearms, the feet and legs. Less often
the eruption occurs on the neck and
other portions of the body. A pecu peculiarity
liarity peculiarity of this eruption is the fact
that it is practically always symmet symmetrical
rical symmetrical on the twp sides of the body.
2. Th gastro-intestinal symptoms
manifest themselves in the mouth,
stomach, and intestines. The
mouth
becomes sore and of a brighter color
red. The tongue is sore and usually
shows a cracked fissured edge. Any
one of a number of. different stomach
complaints may be observed. The pa patient
tient patient usually complains of indigestion.
Diarrhoea is often characteristic in
that it begins early in the morning
and continues until the middle of the
day, when it ceases entirely.
' 3. The nervous and mental symp symptoms
toms symptoms usually appear in the later
stages of the disease, and may vary
from mild nervous manifestations to
violent mania. A very large pro proportion
portion proportion of all cases terminate in in insanity.
sanity. insanity. Melancholia is probably the
type of insanity most frequently ob observed.
served. observed. TREATMENT AND PREVENTION
In view of the results of the studies
by the United States Public Health
Service, the treatment as well as the
prevention of the diesase had best be
instituted along dietetic lines.
A more varied diet, including milk,
eggs, nsh, meat ana vegetables is ad advised.
vised. advised. The leguminous plants, espe especially
cially especially beans are said to be of unusual
value in the diet of pellagrins. It is
to be hoped that further studies will
reveal more dennite information re
garding the causation and treatment
of this disease. For-the present, how
ever, the theory outlined above would
seem to have brought forth more sat sat-isfatcory
isfatcory sat-isfatcory results than any other of the
widely differing views which have been
advanced concerning this malady.
KEEPING OUT THE
JAPANESE CAMPHOR
Gainesville, July 27. The state
plant board is taking precautions
against the possible spread of an in insect
sect insect known as Japanese camphor,
into this state. The insect, which at
tacks fruit trees especially, was only
recently discovered at New Orleans.
Until Its appearance in that city,
about a year ago, the pest was vir
tually unknown in this country. And
while citrus trees are said to be its
principal object of attack it also af
fects shade trees and shrubs.
An assistant quarantine inspector
for the plant board stationed at Pen
sacola, is said to have been the first
to discover the presence of the insect
at New Orleans, when he. seized
shipment of infected nursery stock
from New Orleans consigned to one
cf Florida's largest nursery concerns.
CAKE AND CANDY SALE
The. Philathea class of the Baptist
church will hold a cake and candy sale
on the Ocala House porch Friday

morning at 10 o'clock. 28-lt

REEK ARMIES

ARE

Pressed Hard by their Enemies, the
Turks Deride to Evacuate the
Ismid Peninsula
(Associated Pres)
London, July 28. The Turkish na-
ionalists have decided to evacuate
smid peninsula, says a Constantino
ple dispatch, owing to the Greek ad
vance in the direction of Adahazar,
which lies east of Constantinople be
tween the Sea of Marmora and the
lack Sea.
ENTATIVE SCHEDULE
AND ITINERARY
or Dixie Highway Tour, Florida to
Cincinnati, Sept. 5 to 8, 'Under
Auspices Chattanooga
Auto Club
FIRST DAY
(Monday, Sept. 5, Labor Day) The
first division composed of all Florida
East Coast cars, from points between
Miami and Jacksonville, assemble in
dvance at Jacksonville and start
from that city at 7 a. m., the first
day's run being' to Macon, via Way-
cross, picking up South Georgia cars
en route.
Second division, composed of all
central and west coast Florida cars,
from points between Fort Myers and
Gainesville, assemble in advance at
Gainesville and start from that city
at 7 a. m., the first day's run being to
Macon, via Tallahassee and Thomas-
ille, picking up north Florida and
southwest Georgia cars en route.
v Second Day
(Tuesday, Sept. 6.) All Florida
cars of first and second divisions con consolidate
solidate consolidate as first division, under lead leadership
ership leadership of Jacksonville.
First and second divisions' leave
Macon at 7 a. m. for. Atlanta, second
division picking up middle Georgia
cars en route.
Third Day
(Wednesday, Sept. 7.) As a per
sonal compliment to Judge M. M. Al
ison, for six years president of the
Dixie Highway Association, the pres
ident's division, under the leadership
of Chattanooga; will form at Chatta
nooga and blaze the trail on to Cin
cinnati, Chattanooga being the south-'
ern terminus of the eastern division
of the highway, of which this tour will
mark the formal opening. iThis divis
ion will be made up of cars from
Chattanooga, from Marion county
from which Judge Allison originally
haled, and from points between Chat
tanooga and Knoxville.
The afternoon run from Knoxville
will be to such points in Kentucky,
via Jellico, as each division can reach
7 p. m. No one town in this ter
ritory has hotel and garage accommo accommodations
dations accommodations for. the entire party. It will
be the purpose to cover as much mile
age that day as possible in order to
insure arrival in Cincinnati the fourth
day.
Fourth Day
(Thursday, Sept. 8). The ninth di
vision will form under the leadership
of Lexington, at Lexington, taking
over all Kentucky cars picked up by
the seventh division and additional
Kentucky cars between Lexington and
Cincinnati.
All divisions leave overnight sta
tions at 7 a. m. and proceed .via Lex
ington to Covington, Ky., where the
tourists will be met by a reception
committee from the Cincinnati Auto
mobile Club and form for drive thru
Covington and across the Ohio river
bridge into Cincinnati, disbanding at
Gibson House, headquarters for Dixie
Highway Association meeting.
There will be no entrance or other
charges for this tour, other than the
personal traveling and hotel expenses
of each individual, which the individ
ual will determine according to his
own requirements.
The Cincinnati Automobile Club an
nounces prizes to be awarded tourists
driving to the Cincinnati meeting, as
follows :
One hundred dollars in gold for the
automobile coming the longest dis
tance; a suitable prize for the largest
number registering from any county
on the Dixie Highway, outside of 100
miles distance from Cincinnati; and a
suitable prize for the largest number
registering from any county on the
Dixie Highway within 100 miles dis
tance from Cincinnati (Hamilton
county, Ohio, Kenton and Campbell
counties, Ky., excepted.)

This is a Studebaker year.

HARDEE SUSPENDED

HAMP 1IIIIG
Duval County's Sheriff had All Too
Evidently Neglected or Evaded
his Duty
( Associated Press)
Jacksonville, July 28. Duval coun county
ty county today is without a sheriff as a re result
sult result of the suspension by Governor
Hardee of Sheriff W. II. Dowling yes yesterday
terday yesterday on account of Dowling's re recent
cent recent indictment by a federal grand
jury in connection with the illicit
liquor traffic here and his failure to
perform the duties expected of a
sheriff. R. E. Merritt, county com commissioner,
missioner, commissioner, appointed by the governor
to succeed Dowling, is not expected
to qualify before Saturday. The
couorts are operating today through
the appointment of special bailiffs,
but it is expected a temporary sheriff
will be appointed to serve until Mer Merritt
ritt Merritt qualifies.
OFF TO ORLANDO
The following Rotarians and their
ladyfolk left this morning for Orlan Orlando,
do, Orlando, where they expect to have one of
the times of their lives, as guests of
the Orlando Rotary Club:
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Borland, Dr. J.
E. Chace, L. H. Chazal, Mr. and Mrs.
H. A. Daviess A. E. Gerig, J. J. Gerig,
Dr. H. W. Henry, F. R. Hocker, Mr.
and Mrs. M. W. Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip G. Murphy, R. V. Ott, 3en
Rheinauer, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Rose,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Simmons, Mr. and
Mrs. R. H. Todd, Mr. Leonard Todd,
Miss Ruth Todd and D. S. WToodrow.
T. P. SHEAHAN
Mr. T. P. Sheahan passed away this
morning at 5:30 at his home on Or
ange avenue, about three miles from
town. Mr. Sheahan and family came
to Ocala about three months ago,
from North Platte, Neb., in the hope
of improving Mr. SheahanV health.
Mr. Sheahan leaves a wife and
daughter. The family will remain in
Ocala a week or ten daj-s to settle up
their affairs before returning to their
old home in Nebraska, where inter interment
ment interment will take place. Spencer & Rob Roberts
erts Roberts have charge of the arrangements.
CARD OF THANKS
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Parker ask the
Star to express their thanks to their
friends for much help and kindness
during the last sickness and death of
their son, J. F. Parker Jr. Particu-
arly do they. desire to thank Miss
Clara Williams, a trained nurse from
Early Bird, who cared for the dying
boy. thru every minute of his last
hours, and Dr. Peek for his friendly
as well as professional interest in the
case. .Mr. and Mrs. Parker are bear
ing up bravely under their great af affliction
fliction affliction and have the heartfelt sympa sympathy
thy sympathy of their friends.
LOOK
Overland "90." Good tires, paint
and upholstering. A bargain for quick
sale. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. tf

ILEI1E USED UP

ALL THE LOOT
In Order to Get Back on Its Feet,
Russia May Have to Pay
Its Obligations
(Associated Press)
Copenhagen, July 28. Rumors in
circulation reveal that as an extreme
measure in an effort to secure help in
the present crisis in Russia, Lenine
has proposed to the Soviets acknowl
edgement of the national debt which
the bolsheviki cancelled after the rev revolution.
olution. revolution. Proposed payment of inter interest
est interest and capital would not begin be before
fore before 1925.
LITTLE ENTENTE WILL
POUNCE ON HUNGARY
Dter mined that Karl Shall Not Wear
the Crown of Saint
Stephen
(Associated Presa
Vienna, July 28. A treaty provid providing
ing providing for a declaration of war on Hun Hungary
gary Hungary in the event former Emperor
Charles returns to the Hungarian
tthrone has been signed by Rumania,
Jugoslavia and Czechoslovakia, ac according
cording according to a Belgrade dispatch.
MUCH DISPUTE OVER
A MINOR MATTER
(Associated Press)
Cleveland, July 28. The middle middleweight
weight middleweight boxing championship of the
world is in dispute today. According
to the Cleveland Boxing Commission
and sports writers at the ringside the
title belongs to Bryan Downey of
Cleveland, he having acquired it by a
knockout over Johnny Wilson, of Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, in the seventh round of a sched scheduled
uled scheduled 12-round no-decision contest here
last night. But Jimmie Gardner, of
Lowell, Mass., former welterweight
boxer, who referred the match, de declares
clares declares Wilson retains the champion championship
ship championship because Downey fouled Wilson.
STOCK MARKET COMING BACK
Ocala is certainly coming back as
a live stock market and bids fair to
again be known as the best market
for the purchase of good mules and
horses of any place in the state.
Ocala has always had live dealers and
when here was a demand the Ocala
dealers had the stock.
Mr. A. C. Cobb got in a big carload
of as fine Georgia mules last Sunday
as we have ever seen. Mr. Cobb went
to Georgia and gathered these mules
up on the farms where he could find
them, giving him the chance of tak taking
ing taking only the very best. The mules
were then shipped in. and grouped in
Atlanta,' loaded and shipped to Ocala.
Mr. Cobb told a Star man that some
of the mules were ridden as far as 60
miles to get them to Atlanta.
For the first time in many years
there are no mules for sale in the
Atlanta yards, the great live stock
market of the southern states, hence
it was necessary to gather them up
on the farms, with the advantage that
the dealer did not have to take what whatever
ever whatever was offered him.
Mr. Cobb has sold almost a full
carload of mules since Monday morn,
and though he has a few fine animals
left he is going back to Georgia to
gather up another load of these fine
animals.
The great demand for watermelon
land, which the farmers are ajready
breaking, much of it for the first
time, for next spring's planting, is
making a demand for good mules and
the farmers are coming to Ocala to
get them. Mr. Cobb knows a good
mule as well as the average ( man
knows his way home, hence when he
has the personal selection of the ani animals
mals animals his customers are assured of the
best.
HIGH GRADE COMMERCIAL
PROTOGRAPHY
Farm views, landscapes and home
scenes. Eugene A. Revels, over Guar Guarantee
antee Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co., Ocala. tf
Rebuilt Overland four touring car;
e-ood as new: five new tires. AEk for
a demonstration. B. F. Condon, phone
129. 25-4t
Several exceptional bargains in
rugs and art squares if sold at once.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm
There's no extra charge for clean
ing your fish at the City Fish Market.

Phone 158. tf

IT'S TDO EXPENSIVE
PEP UP
Old Home of Thomas Jefferson at
MonticeUo Offered for Sale
by Its Owner

(Associated Press)
New York, July 28. Reports that
Monticello, the home of Thomas Jef
ferson, near Charlottesville, Va, is on
the market were confirmed today by
Jefferson Levy, former congressman
and present owner. Levy said the up
keep costs were too burdensome and
he would sell the estate if he could
find a purchaser able and worthy to
become the owner of such a shrine.
He said he made efforts to have the
government buy the estate as a sum summer
mer summer home for presidents and would
sell to the government for half a mil million.
lion. million. He values the estate at one mil million.
lion. million. CUTTHROAT COMPETITION
United States Shipping Board Issues
to British Merchant Marine a
Fiery Ultimatum
(Associated Press)
London, July 28 The United States
Shipping Board, it was learned today,
has delivered an ultimatum to British
shipping lines that unless its ships
are accorded fair treatment in con contracts
tracts contracts for transport of cotton from
Alexandria, Egypt, to the United
Kingdom and the United States, the
shipping board will declare an open
market any hau lanything anywhere
at any rate.
The board also will invoke retalia
tory measures embodied in the Jones
shipping act under which vessels
owned by unfair competitors may be
excluded from United States ports,
the ultimatum declared.
ITALIANS HAVE
GOOD TIMES AHEAD
(Associated Press)
Rome, July 27 Meatless days,
bread and macaroni restrictions '-and
sugar embargoes, which until now
have been in force since the beginning
of the war. have finally been abolish abolished.
ed. abolished. Food cards are now no longer
needed o procure the bare necessi
ties of life and gradually such luxu
ries as pastry, cakes, ice cream and
other delicacies are being sold in
their pre-war quality and amount.
FORT KING
Fort King. July 27. Mrs. W. H.
Coleman is spending a few days at
the home of Mrs. J. B. Cappleman this
week-
Mr. Joe Hadsock of Newberry, is
visiting his brother-in-law, Mr. J. C
Freyermuth and family.
Miss Louie Smoak of Ocala was a
spend the day guest of Misses Lily
and Ruby Clayton Wednesday.
Miss Iona Freyermuth returned
home Sunday from a pleasant visit
with relatives in Evmston, Mcintosh
and Newberry.
The sewing circle will be held at
the home of Mrs. J. B. Cappleman
Wednesday afternoon.
Last Friday being the birthday of
Mrs. J. B. Cappleman the people of
the community surprised her witn a
little party. Refreshments of ice
cream and cake were served and a
jolly time was spent throughout the
evening.
BASEBALL SCHEDULE
Thursday, August 4 Leesburg in
Ocala.
Thursday, August 11 Leesburg in
Leesburg.
SOMEWHERE BUT
NOT EVERYWHERE
Fine Valencia oranges, sweet and
juicy, Tennessee tomatoes, Porto Rico
yams, egg plant, bell peppers, canta cantaloupes,
loupes, cantaloupes, pecans and Brazil nuts at the
Fort King Confectionery, phone 596.
("The Store on the Corner.") 27-2t
AUTOMOBILES WANTED
Enter your automobile, farm ma
chinery, horses, "cows, mules or other
live stock for the big auction sale to
be held Saturday, July 30th at the
Lawrence & Good stables on West
Fort King avenue (known as Uncle
Charlie's). W. I GRAY,
27-2t Manager of Sale.
Pink salmon in tall tins 14c, Cat
tins 10c, sardines in oil tc. at HAE HAE-G
G HAE-G RAVES', 807 S. lime St. 27-tf



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him. The great mass of the people
cried "Hosanna" one day to Christ;
almost the next day they cried "cru "crucify
cify "crucify him." If Kerensky lives, he may

yet help to save Russia.

WE PARDONED HIM

Has Harding forgotten to pardon
Debs? ; .-. - v
Gov. Small finds he i much smaller
than he thought he was.

That health officer's visit to town
was a boon, and a boom, to the wire
screen 'trade.

' The various newspapers in the
United States tell enough lies every
day- about the temperature in their
' respective bailiwicks to fill a paper
the tizit of the New York Times.

A friend says Mr.v Harding never
knows what he is going to do until
he begins to do it. That may be so.
We" have had some presidents who
were too blamed certain of what
' they wure going to do until they found
they cculdnt do it.

William Jennings Bryan, en route
from Delevan to Waukegan, 111., to
deliver a lecture, wasarrested at An An-tioch,
tioch, An-tioch, for speeding. Bryan told the
constable who he was, but it made no
- diffeernce.'v The police judge shook
hands with Bryan and did not impose
a fine. In other words, the constable
'did his duty and the judge didn't.
t II j
;We printed a story about an Ocala
grocer filling In order from Santa Fe,
, N. M. A day or .two later Robert
Tydings said he had just filled a pre prescription
scription prescription for a man in Scotland. And
since we think to remember, we are
reminded that Ardis -Waterman sent
. an outfit of palmbeeches to a customer
:in the Philippines a few weeks ago
... ...
After visiting some beaches and
noticing, pictures made at others it is
to suggest that while some homely
women and sensational "uplifters" are
disturbed about the costumes the
irls appear to be enjoying the sum summer.
mer. summer. Times-Union.
And! their minds too full of happi happiness
ness happiness and health to leave any room for
immorality.

We have been reading over a life life-story
story life-story of Alexander Kerensky, com compiled
piled compiled by the Associated Press, the
most reliable authority extant. This
story confutes the. prevalent idea that
Kerensky was a weakling. It stamps
him 'us the most powerful character
Russia has had since Peter the Great.
That the great mass of the people did
not follow him does not count against

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Yesterday afternoon, we had thirty
minutes time and two days' growth
of whiskers to spare. So we hiked
up street to a barbershop. V
We will not say which shop, for that
would be
ADVERTISING,
And the business department would
send a bill and remember next month
and next month and next month that
it hadn't been
PAID.
But as aforesaid we hiked to a bar barbershop
bershop barbershop and entered therein.
Them two words, "entered therein,"
make a pleonasm, and shouldn't be
used in classic writing, which is the
kind we don't write, but it looks well
Better to those who don't knowvwhat
it is that is about 99.9 per cent of us.
We found out what it meant by ac accident
cident accident and use it about twice every
ten years. Webster says it consists

in the. art of saying too much about i

one thing, and is a failing confined to
everybody in the world who wasn't
born dumb.

But we digress.
Well say we do.
We are off the track and ten miles

out in the woods.

And, to get the handcar back on
he rails again ..
We'entered therein the barbershop.
It was the best time of day to ob

tain a shave or haircut.

Therefore everybody 'but us wise

guys was obtaining something else.

There was only one barber in stock.
He was sitting in a chajr tilted

back against the wall; his hind feet

on the lower rounds of the chair.

It was easy to see he wore good

shoes and socks, and passable pants
up to the level of his pockets, but the
remainder of him was hidden behind
a paper, which he was eagerly read

ing.

He did not observe our entrance.
We did not slam the door.
We wire brought up not to slam

doors, and that sort of a door isnt

built to slam, anyway.

We did not hang up our hat and

coat, t for we are trying to save them
for cold weather, and didn't bring
them with us.

We therefore had no way of making

a noise.

AND THAT BIRD READ ON.
We walked over to a chair, but our

feet cover so much surface when we

set them down that they made no
noise unless we are walking thru
grass or leaves

Which, believe us, isnt often these

days

And so that bird read on.
We sat down violently in the chair,

but it was built on the shock-absorber
system and didn't let out: a groan or
soueak.

AND THAT BIRD READ ON.
We loosed our cravat, unbuttoned

our collar and set our feet to brace
us against the scrape of the razor.

We tried to cough but the soothing
syrup air of this Florida summer had
eliminated all coughs from our sys system.
tem. system. We rubbed our hoofs together
and smote one bony knee with the

other, stuck one prong of our -mus

tache in our noise, causing a sneeze,
and

THAT BIRD READ ON.
Fearing maybe he was dead, we

arose, tiptoed over to him and were
about to look over the top of the pa

per he was buried in, when

The paper looked familiar.
HE WAS READING HIS COPY

OF THE OCALA EVENING STAR.

It was his world and he was dead to

all the others..

We gumshoed back to the chair and

oozed yito it.

We waited for him to finish his pa

per and meantime we

WENT TOSLEEP.
When we woke from a pleasant

dream, in which we were reclining on
a bank of flowers, with a pretty girl
feeding us blanc mange with a silver

spoon, and a nigger minstrel with a
banjo sitting by, singing and playing-
"O, dem golden slippers," that
barber had pushed ns back in the

chair and given us a selvet shave.

Our face was as smooth as your
best girl's, and he had even pushed in
the hog bristles on the sides of our
neck.
And as he brushed our luxuriant
locks, which are the envy of Doc
Henry, Doc Walter Hood and the
Gerig bros., he said, "I'm sorry I
kept you waiting, but I was so inter interested
ested interested in the Star I didn't know you
were here until I heard you snore and
looked up and saw you in the chair."
And so we pardoned him.
Please pardon us for writing this
slush.

Dempsey-Carei!tier fight. Such at attacks
tacks attacks by consecrated and perfectly
sincere churchmen like the bishop
come periodically and the newspapers
have learned to take them philosoph philosophically,
ically, philosophically, although, of course, it is nicer
to have the approbation than the dis disapproval
approval disapproval of men like the bishop. Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore American.
But how did the bishop find out the
newspapers published so much of the
unconsecrated stuff? It is not to be
supposed he read it.

People have to walk a chalked line
in Tampa now or take the medicine
prescribed for jaywalkers. Plant City
Courier.
We think that law is unconstitu unconstitutional
tional unconstitutional and know it is foolish. It stands
to reason that a crowd of people can
go from one side of a street to the
other by crossing right over much
quicker "than by going to a corner.
Also, it stands to reason that every
citizen has a right to be on the pub public
lic public highway where he sees fit. The
law was passed to cater to the auto auto-ists,
ists, auto-ists, and it is time something happen happened
ed happened to remind them that all the rest of
the world doesn't have to get out of
their way.

Bishop Luther B. Wilson took oc occasion
casion occasion Sunday to attack the newspa newspapers
pers newspapers for the whole-heartedness with

LAKE WEIR

Lake Weir, July 27. The club
house on the jeast side of the lake Is
seriously threatened with the en encroachment
croachment encroachment cf the unusually high wa waters
ters waters this esason The old residents
say the lake is higher than it has been
since 1887 and 1888, when it reached
the highest water mark ever known.
At that time the railroad dug a small
canal which it is hoped will carry off
the surplus water before it reaches
the danger line. The executive com committee
mittee committee of the cluby composed of Mrs.
McCuen, vice president, who will act
in the absence of Mrs. Rheinauer, the
president, Mrs. Hall, secretary and
treasurer, Mrs. Methvin and Mrs.
Clements at a meeting attended by
several of the stockholders of the as association,
sociation, association, decided it was a case of
emergency. Mr. Walter-Lee was ap appointed
pointed appointed to spend $200 on repairs by
the executive committee.
Mr. A. M. Scott and family of Ocala
are occupying the little cottage re recently
cently recently built by Mr. H. A. Fausett of
Ocala.

Cottages are in great demand by

both winter and summer sojourners
from the north in the fall and from

all places in the south as far up as

Atlanta. Lake Weir will wake up and

find herself famous some day not far
distant. The writer while visiting a

few weeks ago a little further south
saw what looked like a chicken farm.
Upon investigation found it to be an
asparagus fern farm of several acres
which was thriving beautifully, partly
under a slat cover. The seed beds
especially are protected. The fern is
shipped to florists, also to private
parties for decorating purposes and
bears transportation well. The soil in
this county and several adjoining is
well adapted to this commercial plant,
as we all know from limited ex

perience in cultivating it in small

pots. There are hundreds of acres
being reclaimed by drainage right at

our doors waiting for some one to put

their shoulders to the wheel and not
wait to live off of the tourists and

et live men from other states open

their mouths and let the plum gently

fall their way.

Another industry that has been en

tirely overlooked in this county is the

cultivation of the commercial pimento

or sweet pepper, that is so highly
prized for a toothsome sandwich.
There are several varieties which have

been tested on this soil and found

equal to the California pimento in ev every
ery every respect. When they are thorough-

y ripe they are immersed in boiling

water for a few moments and prepar

ed just like tomatoes for canning or
using in any other way, such as salad,
chow-chow and sandwiches.

Big Aluminum Sale at Helvenston's

Will Continue Until Saturday
Night
While the sale of Wednesday was a

pronounced success, the heavy rains

prevented the attendance of some, who
wished to take advantage of the won wonderful
derful wonderful opportunity of buying "Quality

Brand Aluminum Ware" much under
the market prices. Come early before

all these useful utensils are sold. 28-2t

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COLUMBIA HECOEPS
59 CENTS

Special
Price Until
August 4th

Your choice of Popular
Song and Dance and Sac Sacred
red Sacred Music." Come in and
make your selections while
the special price is on
and the stock almost complete.

To Many
Records
On Hand

GOOD NEWS TO THE PUBLIC

B. GOLDMAN FURNITURE STORE :
"Why Pay More"
Corner Fort King and Magnolia J
DOLLAR HOUSE BROOMS FOR FIFTY CENTS

Cash and Carry Meat Market
Located in the CRESCENT GROCERY CO.'s Store

We handle stall fed Beef, the very best Veal and
Pork. Pay for your meat and not for your
neigebor's who does not pay for his.

, We ask you for your patponage and
Thank You in advance.
Cash and Carry Meat Market

SOMEWHERE BUT

NOT EVERYWHERE

Fine Valencia oranges, sweet and

juicy, Tennessee tomatoes, Porto Rico

yams, egg plant, bell peppers, canta-

oupes, pecans and Brazil nuts at the

Fort King Confectionery, phone 596.

("The Store on the Corner.") 27-2t

A special bargain in a Saxon six

two-passenger speedster, in Al condi condition.
tion. condition. Price, $300. B. F. Condon. 25-4t

THE WINDSOR HOTEL
, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the bean of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room servic 1
second to none

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
Proprietor.

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

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Two targets, both by
the same rifleman. One
with a clean, smooth bar barrel,
rel, barrel, the other with a barrel
which had been "pitted"
by the priming in the
cartridges.
The priming in most
cartridges leaves a rust rust-attracting
attracting rust-attracting residue. This
rust digs tiny holes all
along the bore and gives
the bullet a bumpy path
from breech to muzzle.

Poof priming
ruins a rifle

The slightest inaccuracy
in the rifle is multiplied
many times on the target.
The priming in US
Rim-Fire Cartridges (in (in-eluding
eluding (in-eluding the famous .22
N.R.A. Long Rifle) does
not attract rust It does
away with excessive "pit "pitting."
ting." "pitting." It helps your rifle
to remain accurate.
For the sake of your
rifle, use US Rim-Fires.
Money back if not satisfied.

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General Auto Repairing
and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
, USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed ............. $1.00
Cars Polished .50
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St.
Phone 252
SEE ME FOR
Everything in the Building line
My Work is Guaranteed
W. A. TINSFdAN
"The Stucco Man" Phone 526
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HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT
Our Specialty Is
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Between Ten .Cent Store and Ceng's
Drue: Store
Boa! Excursion
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SILVER SPRINGS
livery Thursday and
Sunday 5 to 8 p. m.
Fare, $1
PIus;8c War Tax
Bring Your Picnic Supper and
Enjoy the Cool Breezes
oi Silver River
For information see or phone
W. L Carmichael
Silver Springs
Boats Onen for Charter
At Ail Ti nes
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Funeral Directors," Erabalmers
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COME
To the Fifth Sunday Meeting at the
Church of Christ at Lacota
The meeting will be held Saturday
night and Sunday, July 30 and 31.
Preaching Saturday, 8:30 p. vl, by
J. O. Barnes.
Song service Sunday, 10 a- m., led
by M. L. Humphries.
Communion service 10:30 a. m. led
by T. W. Barnett.
Preaching service 11 a. m. by J. O.
Barnes.
, Dinner on the ground, 1 p. m.
Preaching service 2:30 p. m. by W.
F. McMullen.
Short talks, songs and prayers at
3:15 p. m.
Come and enjoy yourself. It's free.

FIRE AT FAIRFIELD
The friends of Mr. Ed Hopkins of
Fairfield will regret to hear that on
Saturday morning, his big barn with
all its contents, including feed, har harness
ness harness and a Ford car, was entirely de destroyed
stroyed destroyed by fire. The loss was covered
by insurance.
ANTHONY
Anthony, July 28. Mrs. S. M.
Moore and little son of Miami are vis visiting
iting visiting Mrs. Moore's mother, Mrs. S. R.
Harwell.
Miss Bernice Russell, who has a po position
sition position in the office of Dr. Moremen in
Ocala, spent a few days of this week
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rus Russell.
sell. Russell. Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Post have re returned
turned returned from a short visit with rela relatives
tives relatives in Lakeland.
Miss Julia Meadows of this place
and Miss Josie Parrish of Ocala were
guests of Mrs. Dupree of Citra for
several days last week.
Miss Carolyn Pasteur, Miss Alma
Priest and Miss Mildred Manning;
who have been attending school in
Gainesville, made a flying visit home
Saturday.
Mr. Emmett Talton and daughter,
Mary Lou of DeLand, snent Sunday
with Mrs. J. H. Talton and Mr. J. A.
Talton.
Mr. Ed Luff man and wife of Lake
Helen and Mrs. Will Luff man and
children of Sparr, were callers in An Anthony
thony Anthony Tuesday.
Mrs. R. L. Caruthers went to Ocala
Saturday to have a short visit with
relatives.
Mrs. R. A. Baskin and daughter,
Lillian, and Mr. Leon Stewart left
Sunday for a visit with relatives in
Plymouth.
Mr. J. X, Manning, who had. his
home consumed by fire several months
ago, has moved from the Methodist
parsonage to the Robinson home west
of Anthony.
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Baskin and
Mr. R. II. Baskin returned Tuesday
from a short visit in Plymouth.
Mrs. W. N. Fielding left Saturday
for Gainesville,. where she was joined
by her daughter, who will accompany
her on a trip down- the east coast to
Miami.
A great many are enjoying the re revival
vival revival services at the Methodist church.
Rev. Powell delivers splendid ser sermons
mons sermons every afternoon and night. We
hope eevry one will take advantage of
this opportunity to hear something
good.
Rev. J. C. Boatwright and family
returned Tuesday after an absence of
a week or more at Fort McCoy and
other places.
REDDICK
Reeddick, July 28. Mr. A. N. Rou
and his mother spent Sunday in Or Orange
ange Orange Lake as the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. N. C. Waits, attending preach preaching
ing preaching both morning and evening.
Mr. William Driver of Citra spent
Sunday as the guest of Mr. Hubert
Denham.
We are very sorry to hear that Mr.
J. W. Core is on the sick list this
week, and wish for him a speedy re recovery.
covery. recovery. Supt.iL G. Shealy was in town
Tuesday attending to school matters.
Dr. F. C. Zoll of Mcintosh was a
Tuesday caller.
Mrs. Bessie Shaw of Tarpon
Springs, is visiting her brother, Mr.
C. M. Carn for a week.
Mrs. M. C. White of Ocala is spend spending
ing spending a few days with Mr. C. M. Carn
and family.
Mrs. C. M. Cam and two daughters,
Lfla and Ida Mae, were visiting in
Ocala, one day last week the guests of
Mrs. Ed Morgan.
Mr. S. L. Fridy and family and Mr.
E. D. Rou have returned from the
beach at St Augustine.
Those attending the K. of P. meet meeting
ing meeting in Ocala Monday evening were
George Dansby, Wm. A. Hall, A. N.
Rou, L. S. Light Jr. and Fred Meffert.
Mr. Fridy had as his guests while
at the beach and who are with him in
his home here, his sister, Mrs. Alice
Martin and two daughters, Mary and
AUiwee and two sons, Eric -and Ervill,
also their friend, Miss Fannie Boul Boul-ware
ware Boul-ware and their cousin, Mr. Louie Hig Hig-gins,
gins, Hig-gins, all of Gray Court, S. C. This

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party motored down from South Caro- J

una m their cars and expect to leave
for their homes some time the last of
this week.
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
HUDSON SUPER SIX For sale. In
good mechanical condition. Auto-
genous Welding Co. 28-St
LOST Bunch of keys Wednesday
afternoon. Has about eight keys on
it. Finder please return to tSar
office. Suitable" reward. 28-lt
FARM BARGAIN Would you be in interested
terested interested in a real farm of over
three hundred acres, all stocked and
ready to go? On hard road six
miles from Ocala. Good, substan substantial
tial substantial residence, barns and other
buildings. Under good new wire
fence and plenty of cro.ss fences.
Price $17,500. Terms: $7500 "cash,
easy payments on balance. This is
a real snap for anyone wanting a
location for medium size stock
farm. Address "Farm Bargain,"
care Star, Ocala, Fla. 27-6t
FOR SALE 12-gauge Remington
pump gun, at Farmers Exchange
Feed Store. 27-3
COWS FOR SALE One extra fine
Jersey cow and heifer calf two
months old; one graded Jersey, four
gallon cow, will be fresh in Novem November,
ber, November, now giving over two gallons;
one Holstein heifer, 2Yz years
old, first calf; one graded Jersey
heifer, will be fresh in August; one
extra fine Jersey male 2Va years
old. Let me know your wants for
a cow and I can quickly 'tell you
. whether I can supply you or not.
Abner Pooser, Box S47, Ocala. 26-tf
WANTED To buy for cash, mercan mercantile
tile mercantile business. Explain all in first
letter. P. O. Box 2C5. 25-6t
FOR RENT Two large' unfurnished
rooms; lights, both and porch. Ap Apply
ply Apply 304 Alvarez St., R. H. Cunning Cunningham.
ham. Cunningham. 25-6t
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 Iron water" tank, in
good order, GOO gallon capacity,
with 40 or 50 feet of pipe. Apply to
Star office or write to box 404,
Ocala.
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
yfQf is my phone number, and
farOft all kinds of HAULING
(whether light or heavyi short or long
distance) is ray business. Household
moving and baggage my specialties.
L. E. Cordrey. 15-tf
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
F O R S A L E S E C O N D II A N D
HOUSES FROM $25 TO $200.
WINDOWS, DOORS, CHIMNEYS
AND FENCES INCLUDED. MAR MAR-TEL
TEL MAR-TEL LUMBER COMPANY, MAR MAR-TEL,
TEL, MAR-TEL, FLA. 2-6t
Will sell you a Buick six roadster
at a real bargain price. Phone 129.
B. F. Condon- 25-4t

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PINCH0T BOOSTS SCOUTING
Gilford Pincht, commissioner of for forestry
estry forestry for the state of Pennsjltania, is
highly enthusiastic about the scout
prosnua and believes that through
scouts much can be accomplished In
interesting the public in conservation
measures. In his foreword to the
booklet entitled "The. Boy Scouts'
First Book of Forestry," written by Jo Joseph
seph Joseph S. Bllck and published under the
auspices of the Pennsylvania depart department
ment department of forestry, he makes the follow following
ing following Interesting statement:
"Scouting is worth while. It makes
real boys and then turns them into
real men. A good scout makes a good
American. A good- American makes
a good citizen, and good American citi citizens
zens citizens make the first nation in the
world.
"Scouting is food fun, but It Is a
lot more than that, It Is the best
kind of preparation for whatever life
vIs to bring in the days ahead. A
good scout Is seldom or never caught
unprepared, and a man who has grown
np out of a boy scout is always ready
to meet the present and the future
with head up, eyes front, and shoul shoulders
ders shoulders back. t
"There is a lot more in the United
States than can be seen from a street
car. It Is the land, and the boys and
men, girls and women who know the
land, who make the strength of this"
and any other country. Not the least
valuable thing about scouting is that
It teaches the city boy to know the
country, and the country boy to know
the country better than he. otherwise
would.
'"ftie forest la not only the mother
of the fountain, but the mother of men
as well. Our ancestors lived in the
forest We live upon It Wood is
still the most useful of all materials,
and will continue to be for many
years after you and I have passed to
our reward.
"Scouts render services of great
value to their nation and state by un understanding
derstanding understanding the forest and taking part
In Its protection. It Is just as Impor Important
tant Important for people to think about prevent preventing
ing preventing forest fires as It Is for them to
think rightly about preventing fires In
a town, or any other similar calamity.
When you help to make people respect
and appreciate the forest you help In
Its protection.
"An understanding of-the forest and
of the conservation of all natural re resources
sources resources Is growing rapidly among
scouts. In two years the number of;
badges awarded to boy scouts In for forestry
estry forestry grew from 153 in 1917 to 513 In
1919. I would like to see still more
awarded In Pennsylvania.
"Every scout who gets this book
will, I hope, not only study Its pages,
but take it with him into the forest,
compare what Is here printed with
what he finds outdoors, and so get to
know the forest, which Is the home of of-scouting,
scouting, of-scouting, and a great necessity for the
welfare of the huiaan race.
HOW SCOUTS CAN THE CAN
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Boy Scouts Render Most Valuable A A-'
' A-' distance in Clean-Up Campaign.
SCOUT PRINTERS.
Scouts of St Paul's Episcopal
church did their own printing for a
recent affair and it Is said that the
boys work would have done credit to
professional printers. Printing is one
of the merit badge subject open to
first class scouts. Two hundred scouts
qualified for this badge In 1919, as
against 85 In 1918 and 62 in 1917.
Many troops are now printing their
own small scoot publications. Who
knows how many printers-to-be are
getting their first taste for the pro profession
fession profession in these practical scout stunts?
SCOUTS DIRECT CITY SAFETY.
Declaring that there w a growing
tendency on the part of citlzfus to toward
ward toward carelessness in the umAters of
accident prevention and sanitation,
the chamber of commerce of Iluat Iluat-lngton,
lngton, Iluat-lngton, W. YaM agreed npon a city city-wide
wide city-wide safety campaign .to partici participated
pated participated in by every civic organization
in Huntington, under the direction of
the local organization of Boy Scouts
of America, also a city clean-np cam campaign,
paign, campaign, to be participated La by the
tame civic erganlzations.

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of Ocala, Florida, effective July 1st, 1921, for the
practice iof Accounting, Systematizing, Income Tax
Consultation and Preparation of Returns.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 28. 1321

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COLUMBIA RECORDS ;
59 CENTS

Your choice of Popular
Song and Dance and Sac Sacred
red Sacred Music Come in and
make your selections while
the special price is on
and the stock almost complete.

Special
Price Until
August 4th

B. GOLDMAN FURNITURE STORE
"Why Pay More"
Corner Fort King and Magnolia

DOLLAR HOUSE BROOMS FOR FlfTY CENTS

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Tbirow 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
Special Invitation
To Our Portly Friends
Comfort for
Conservative Dressers
J. A. Chandler
Second Floor Thompson Build Building,
ing, Building, Opposite Harrington Hall
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract w6rk. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

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WOMAN"

CHILDREN under 12 15c
ADULTS 35c
Too Many
Records
On Hand
Fraternal Orders
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
(hursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
t ocala Chapter No. 29. O. E. S-
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle halL A cordial
j welcome to visiting brothers.
W. W. KUea, C. U.
Chas. E. Sage. K. of R. & S
! COTTAGE FOR RENT First door
north of express office. W. S. Bui;
lock. 28-tf
. You are going to buy at HAR HARGRAVES'
GRAVES' HARGRAVES' Cash and Carry Store be because
cause because there youH save money. 807 S.
Lime St. 27-tf
Watch the Star for the opening
chapter of
few days.
'Spanish Doubloons" in a
Our field and garden seeds are all
fresh and of the highest obtainable
quality. Bitting & Phillips, Ocala,
Fla. 21-tf
This is a Studebakv year. tf
GOOD NEWS TO THE PUBLIC
Big Aluminum Sale at Helvenston's
Will Continue Until Saturday
Night
While the sale of Wednesday was a
pronounced success, the heavy rains
prevented the attendance of some who
wished to take advantage of the won
derful opportunity of buying "Quality
Brand Aluminum Ware" much under
the market prices. Come early before
all these useful utensils are sold. 28-2t
The lowest average grocery costs
are to be found, at HARGRAVES
Cash and Carry Store. 807 South Lime
street. 27-tf
MAKE US AN OFFER
On the brick building located on cor corner
ner corner of Ocklawaha avenue' and Os Osceola
ceola Osceola 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-Chltty Co.
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

OCALA OCGUnREEICES

If yoa have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. and Mrs. Covert of Gainesville
are guests thi3 week of Mrs. W. L.
Scott.
Miss Dora Burnett will leave the
first of next week for a visit with her
sister, Mrs. Fraser of Lakeland.
Sugar cured picnic hams 28 cents a
pound while they last at Whitting Whitting-ton's.
ton's. Whitting-ton's. 28-2t
The third quarterly meeting of the
Ocala Methodist church will be held
at the parsonage tonight at 8 o'clock.
Miss Emeline Lilley left yesterday
for Sanford. where she will visit sev sev-ral
ral sev-ral weeks with her aunt, Mrs. Roland
Marsh.
14c. buys a tall can of Van Camp's
evaporated milk, 7c. buys the baby
size, at HARGRAVES' Cash and Carry
Grocery, 807 S. Lime St. 27-tf
Miss Marjorie Burnett, who has
been visiting her aunt, Mrs. S. J. Fra Fraser
ser Fraser of Lakeland, for several weeks, is
expected home the first of next week.
Circle No. 3 of the Woman's Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Society of the Methodist
church will have on sale Saturday
fresh home made cakes at Walkley &
Barnett's store. 28-2t
Don't accept a substitute for Fed Federal
eral Federal bread. Insist on having the best.
It costs no more than the other
kind. 15-6t
Judge D. S. Williams expects to
leave Monday via the Clyde (Line for
Syracuse, N. Y., for a visit to his
daughter, Mrs. Locke. He will be
joined by his other daughters, Mrs.
Lowenstein, who has spent the past
six months in Denver and Miss Polly
Williams, of New York city.
New supply of field and garden
seeds for fall 1921 planting just arriv arrived.
ed. arrived. Variety larger than ever. Bit
ting and Phillips, druggists and seeds
men, Ocala, Fla. 21-tf
Circle No. 3 of the Woman's Mis
sionary Society of the Methodist
church will have on sale Saturday
fresh home made cakes at Walkley &
Barnett's store. 28-2t
Sugar cured picnic hams 28 cents a
pound while they last at Whitting
ton's. 28-2t
Mrs. E. G. Lindner and two children,
Barbara and Jack, expect to leave
the first week in August for a .two
months' visit with Mrs. Lindner's
parents in Patton, Penn.
Boiled ham and chipped dried beef
are just the things for a luncheon
these warm days. -Main Street. Mar Market,
ket, Market, phone 108. .tf
Misses May Griffith, Jewel King
and Carrie Griffith of Dunnellon, and
Miss Noelwah Blankership motored to
Gainesville, spending the day in that
city.
Miss Lillian Marsh is expected
home today from Zolfo, where for two
weeks she has been the guest of her
sister, Mrs. E. L. Skipper. Mrs. Skip Skipper
per Skipper and two 'children leave this week
to spend the remainder of the summer
near Tallulah Falls, Ala.
'HlHlHtT
C. Cecil Bryant
, PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Gary Block, Over 10c Store
PHONE S32X
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RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksnville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 cm N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
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 R. R.
Leave Arriv
2:27 am Jackson ville-NTork 2 :33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Galiisville 3:24 pm
fi:42am JJcsonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St,Petsbrg-Lak?land 2:27 am
3:24 pm St-PeUbrg-Lakeland 1 :25 pm
7:10 am Dnnnellon-Wileox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Mona7, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday. 1

! BRING SOME CLOTHES

TO THE BABY
The girl baby taken to the hospital
the other day has excellent care from
Miss Marshall and the nurses, but she
has no clothes. The doctors and
nurses instruct the Star to ask the
mothers of the city to contribute what i
garments they can spare to the little
't waif, who will make a fine girl if she
j is given a chance. She is now six or
i eight weeks old and clothes contribut
ed should give her room to grow.
INTERESTING PICTURE
There is a very interesting picture
is one of the Marion Hardware win windows.
dows. windows. It was taken near Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, and is of the members present
at the sixth annual tournament of the
Florida branch of the American Trap Trap-shooting
shooting Trap-shooting Association. They are a fine fine-looking
looking fine-looking crowd and include several of
our Marion county marksmen.
Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Wyatt, after a
several weeks visit with friends in
Ocala, returned yesterday to their
home in DeLand.
Let us exchange your old furniture
for new. We can furnish you every
thing for your home. Theus Brothers.
Phone 19. 23-lm
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Brantley of
Jacksonville are the guest sof Mrs
Fannie Brown at her home on Tusca Tusca-willa
willa Tusca-willa street. Mrs. Brantley before
her marriage was Miss Gladys Stew
art.
Our fresh meats as well as our gro groceries
ceries groceries are the best in the land. Prompt
delivery anywhere in the city. Main
Street Market. Phone 108. 28-tf
Circle No. 3 of the Woman's 'Mis 'Missionary
sionary 'Missionary Society of the Methodist
church will have on sale Saturday
fresh home made cakes at Walkley &
Barnett's store. 28-2t
. Everything in the line of house fur furnishings
nishings furnishings may be found here. New fur furniture
niture furniture exchanged for old if desires.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm
Mr. Sam Pooser and family of
Tampa are visiting their Marion coun county
ty county relatives and numerous friends.
The county judge's office has issued
ar marriage license to Mr. William
Mulkey of Reddick and Miss Verda
Miles of Morriston.
Sugar cured picnic hams 28 cents a
pound while they last at Whitting Whitting-ton's.
ton's. Whitting-ton's. 28-2t
After a pleasant visit to friends in
Georgia, Mrs. Wayne Ten Eyck has
returned home.
Mr. .Mabry Sumner formerly of
Ocala. now of Dothan, Ala., is visit
ing his friends here.
Let us deliver your grocery order
with your fresh meats each morning.
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 28-tf
4 Mr. T. D. Bryan, who some years
ago was one of our smartest young ac accountants,
countants, accountants, has returned to the city
and taken a position with the Carroll
Motors Company. His. family will be
here soon, and all their friends will
be glad to see them in Ocala again.
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
Mr. C. W. Moffatt is enjoying a
visit from his daughter and grandson,
Mrs. J. M. Buckner and son, who are
accompanied by Miss Winnie King Kingston,
ston, Kingston, one of Jacksonville's bright
young lady teachers.
Following are the officers of Tulula
Lodge, I. O. O. F.: T. C. Carter, P. G.;
F. V,'. Ditto, N. G.; W- E. Smith, V.
G. ; Frank Churchill, secretary; H. D.
Stokes, treasurer; Otto Bockhouse,
warden; J. R. Jordan,. I. G.; Joseph
Malever-, R. S. N. .G.; E. E. Converse,
L. S. N. G.; Chris Simons, R. S. V. G.;
J. M. Riles, L. S. V. G.; W. L. Gray,
chaplain.
Mr. A. G. Reed came from Miami
a few days ago to visit his brother,
Mr. E. E. Reed at Weirsdale, and to today
day today he is accompanying his mother,
Mrs. A. M. Reed, to Savannah, where
she will take the boat for Boston on
her way to New Hampshire for a stay
of several months. Mr. Reed will re return
turn return to Miami soon after his return
from Savannah.
Charm is added to commercialism
at Gerig's drugstore, where Misses
Lucille Gissendaner, Rhoda Thomas
and Eloise Henry are helping Mr.
Gerig with his one-cent sale. These
bright young ladies are all business.
One of our nicest young men went in
there this morning, and he wasnt
fairly thru the door when one of them
tried to sell him some soap.

PRESCRIPTIONS
Called For and Delivered

Special Attention to
Home Recipes
G. C. GREENE Phone 435
Opp. Marion Hardware
SOME REAL BARGAINS
IN USED CARS
One 1916 Buick "66" Touring,
Good shape. Price ". $300.00
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 "4" old style.
It will run. Price ....... 50.00
MACK TAYLOR.
Dealer in Dodge Brothers Motor
Vehicles, Ocala. Phone 348. 22-6t

PUT IDE KITCMERI I

W A MSIMES

Bay your table supplies as a man buys his merchandise Buy
the best at the lowest possible price cash is the
factor that makes genuine saving possible
A GREAT BIG BAG OF SUGAR
Big Sugar Deal 25 pounds for $1
This deal goes to the first ten persons spending
$5.00 for other goods before ten o'clock Saturday
morning.
With other purchases of $1.00 or more, we will
sell 17 pounds for $1.00. Any time during Saturday.
Butter, feed and flour not included in sugar deal.
Make Your Grocery Money Go Farther.
These Prices Cut the Cost of Living.
They are Regular Prices No Special.
They give you an idea of what yoa can save here

National Biscuit
and Crackers, ail
packages
All 20c. packages
two for. .......

No. 1 Corned Beef Libbey's 1 7
per tin X C
One pound net tins Corned 7 g
Beef Hash, per tin X C

Kingan's Pork and
Think of it, a
can
35c tins Calumet
Powder, per tin
35c. tins Rumford
Powder, per tin
20c. tins Rumford
Powder, per tin

No. 2 1-2 tins Hunt's Califor- O C n
nia Peaches, per tin O D C
No. 3 tins Griffith & Skelley or
. Asparagus, 50c value, tin OC

No. 2 tins Hillsdale Sliced
Pineapple, per tin

Campbell's Famous
kind, per tin
Tetley's Tea, small
packages
Tetley's Tea. 10c
packages

Come in Get the Habit You will soon feel at home
and like the rest of our SATISFIED CUS CUS-SOMERS
SOMERS CUS-SOMERS You will be delighted.

Cash and Carry
One East and One West of City Square
THE SELF SERVE STORES

AUTO REPAIRING
Acetylene Welding
Generators Renewed
Cylinders Rebored
Brakes ReUned
All work done by experts
and every job guaranteed
Geo. J. Williams
Phone 597

AUTOMOBILES WANTED
Enter your automobile, farm ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, horses, cows, mules or other
live stock for the big auction sale to
be held Saturday, July 30th at the
Lawrence & Good stables on West
Fort King avenue (known as Uncle
Charlie's). W. L. GRAY,
27-2t Manager of Sale.
PAY YOUR TAXES
Notice is hereby 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 Chief of Police.
This is a Studebaker year.
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