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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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OGALA

EVENING

WEATHER FORECAST
Local thunder
showers tonight or
Saturday.
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This morning:, 7L.
Thi3 afternoon, SS.
VOL 27
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 29, 11)21
NO, 178

AGAIIJ LEESBURG
Hi HOW

Took Second Game of the Series, by
3 to 0, from Our Boys in
Letsbuirg Yetserday
(By L.T. I.)
Leesburg appears to have the hairy
Angora of the Ocala team for they
took the second game of the series
from our boys' yesterday afternoon in
Leesburg. Quite a good number of
Ocala fans were on the job as visit visiting
ing visiting rooters and likely there ,would
have been more of them but for the
rain. There had been no rain in Lees Leesburg.
burg. Leesburg. Everything was dusty down
there.
The game was a hard fought one.
Gordon Epperson had the Ocala boys
under the ball of his thumb at all
stages of the game and it was his in invincible
vincible invincible pitching that brought the
bacon to the Leesburg ht; It seemed
that the Ocala boys could not get
connected with his hooks and bends .at
the time when such connection would
have spelled disaster to the Leesburg
nine. Epperson held our team to
three hits scattered is as many in innings.
nings. innings. Clements, pitching for us, was
in good form and pitched a style of
ball that usually wins ball games, but
it was foreordained that we lose, yes yesterday's
terday's yesterday's game so the hard work by
the banker was for naught. Leesburg
only got five hits from "Bub" Clem Clements
ents Clements They earned, one run off our
twirler when they got a two-bagger
and a single in one inning. Even that
run mie-ht have been stomped by a
true peg from right field to the plate.
The other two runs were du to errors.
The umpiring was satisfactory on
the whole although Clements and
Wood said that Sir Umps was a little
doubtful about the corners. Jimmie
Liddell. and J. Horton each distin distinguished
guished distinguished themselves by miraculous
catches. Jimmie trot his out of the
top of an orange tree. It is a good
thing that the tree was barren or
Jimmie might have mistakeu an or
augc iui me uiin. lie ran uac& us
as he could and saw that the ball was
U II TI.. 1 1-
going to hit in this tree and made a
one-hand stab just as the ball got
there. Horton's wonder catch was
made running forward at full speed.
Wood and Rolling each got two-bag
gers. Aside from' those there was lit little
tle little hitting of note on either side.
First inning: Liddell led off for
Ocala by going out third to first. Pe Perez
rez Perez popped up a very high infield fly
between pitcher and first. Epperson
and Gillespi, did the Alphonso and
Gaston stuff until the grandstand was
on pins and needles and sure enough
the ball dropped untouched to the
ground. Strickland drew a lucky er
ror from third and both runners were
safe. Perez had an idea that he could
steal third he couldn't. Wood flew
out to center field. Leesburg scored
in the first. West walked after there
were two strikes and no balls on him.
This is where Clements claims that
the umpire had sand in his eyes. Gil Gillespi
lespi Gillespi got an error from Strickland
Rolling was hit by Clements and the
bases were full. The Ocala fans were
about ready to go home but Clements
Ocala Gun Club members
and hunters, protect your
J2i)A eyes with auto glass, im im-.seE
.seE im-.seE prove your average and
V"W protect your eyes. A fine
election for a few days only.
OR. K. J. WE1HE,
Optometrist and Optician
V Eyesight Specialist
SEEDS
For Fall Planting
We are Receiving New
Crop Seeds DaiJy
G. C GREENE
Phone 435
ttitiiiimum
SASH
DOOR
Geo. MacKay 2 Co.
Ocala, Ha.
, HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT
mum
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C. Cecil Bryant S
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT x
Gary Block, Oyer 10c Store
'PHONE 332X

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did some good work and got out of
Jhe hole with only one casualty. Hor Horton
ton Horton struck out. Medlin bunted and

made a good sacrifice of it. Clements
fielded the ball but it was too late to
catch West at the plate, so he threw
to first and caught Medlin. Crumley
flew, out to LiddelL This was Liddell's
star catch. If he had missed it two
more runs would have scored.
Second: Both teams took the one,
two, three route.
Third: Ocala out in regular order.;
First man up for Leesburg got on by
an error irom Strickland but the
next three hit into outs and the side
was retired scoreless.'
Fourth: Perez led off with a fly to
short. Strickland drew an error from
short but was out trying to steal sec second.
ond. second. Wood doubled to left and we
would have had a wonderful chance to
score if Strickland had been on base,
but that Buckles was there with" his
peg yesterday and nobody went to sec second.
ond. second. The same may be said of Wood
for neither team was credited with a
stolen base. Swink struck out and
left Wood on second.' Leesburg didn't
smell first in this round. t
Fifth: Harris led off with a single
but Brooks popped out and Luffman
hit into a double play, right field to
first. Buckles and Epperson each
singled. West struck out. Gillespi
sacrificed the runners to second and
third but Rolling was out on a foul
to third and retired the side.
Sixth: Ocala went out in double double-quick
quick double-quick time. Leesburg got on base
agajn but was stopped before crossing
the plate. W. Horton led off with a
single. He was forced at second.
Crumley hit to short and Medlin was
forced at second. J. Horton struck
out.
Seventh: Strickland beat out an in
field hit but was caught trying to pil
fer second. Wood flew out to pitcher
and Swink struck out. Leesburg got
a man on when Swink made an error
but nothing came of it because the
side was retired scoreless.
Eighth: Ocala went out without a
struggle. Leesburg got away for two
more runs and ruined what was a
good game. Rolling led off with a
double to center field. W. Horton
struck out. Medlin singled to right
and Rolling scored from second, Med--lin
going to second on the throw to
the plate. Crumley hit to Swink who
over threw first and Medlin scored.
Horton flew out to Swink. Buckles
struck out.
Ninth: Clements led off and got to
first on an error. Liddell struck out.
Clements was out stealing second.
Perez struck out. Ocala, 0, Leesburg, 3.
The Box1 Score

OCALA AB R H PO A
Liddell, cf ........4 0 0 1 0
Perez, ss .. ....3 0 0 1 3
Strickland, 3rd ....3 0 111
Wood, c .....3 0 1 6 0
Swink, 2nd 3 0 0 3 -1
Harris, If ..3 0 10 0
Brooks, If'.' 3 0- 1 0 .0
Luffman, rf 2 0 0 1 0
Pearce, rf 1 0 0 10
Clements, p .......3 0 0 1 x5
28 0 4 24 10
LEESBURG AB R H PO A
West, If .2 1 0 0 0
Gillespi.lst 8 0 0 6 1
Rolling, 2nd 2 1- 1 4 0
W. Horton, ss ...... 4' 0 111
Medlin, 3rd 3 1 1 13
Crumley, cf 4 0 0 2 0
J. Horton. rf .4 0. 0 3 1
Buckles, c 4 0 1 7 4'
Epperson, p ...... .3 01 31
29 3 5 27 11

E
0
0
2
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
Score by innings:
Ocala .000 000 0000
Leesburg ... ..100 000 02x 3
Summary: Two base hits, Wood,
Rolling; sacrifice hits. West, Rolling,
Meedlin; hots off Clements, 5. off Ep Epperson,
person, Epperson, 3; base on balls off Clements,
1, off Epperson, 0; hit by pitcher, by
Clements, 1; double play, J. Horton to
Gillespi; earned runs, Leesburg. 1;
time 1 hour 20 minutes. Umpire,
Preeble.
LOCHNER WILL ESTABLISH
.A PAPER AT CLERMONT
Clermont, July 28. John C. Loch-
nef, of Auburn, Ind., member of the
National Editorial Association party
which toured the state last March,
has decided to become a citizen of
Clermont and establish a newspaper
and job plant here. Mr. Lochner already-has
purchased two bungalows
here as homes for his son, who will
be associated with him, and himself.
He has been publishing the DeKalb
News, which circulates in northwest northwestern
ern northwestern Indiana,
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

S1DEHT WILL
FIGHT PELLAGRA
Mr. Harding, in Regard to Hunger
and Sickness in the South, has
Firmly Made Up his Mind
'Associate-! Pre81
Washington, July 29. Replying to
charges that the administration has
exaggerated pellagra and famine con
ditions in the South. President Hard Harding
ing Harding declared in a letter today to Rep Representative
resentative Representative Byrnes of South Carolina,
that official reports indicated the con
trary and that, the government's in investigation
vestigation investigation of the situation would go
forward.
HE'LL TAKE A REST HIMSELF
President and Mrs. Harding will
leave Washington late today on the
Mayflower for Plymouth, Mass., where
the president will speak Monday at
the pilgrim tercentennary celebra
tion. Monday night the Mayflower
will proceed to Portland, Maine,
from where the president and his
party will motor to Lancaster, N. II.,
to spend most of next week at the
home of Secretary Weeks, in the
White mountains.
HOOVER'S GOOD ADVICE
s
The governors of various states
have been urged by Secretary Hoover
to let their contracts for road con
struction in the fall rather than in the
spring as a means of relieving the un
employment situation.
MOTOR EQUIPMENT FOR
THE HAMPTON BRANCH
Green Cove Springs, July 28. The
motor cars purchased by the Florida
Farms and Jndustries Company for
passenger service on the railroad be between
tween between this city and Hampton have
arrived and will be placed in opera operation
tion operation within the near future. The cars
will each carry thirty passengers and
a considerable amount of baggage or
freight and each is capable of pulling
a trailer.
100 of the Old Favorites in Victor
records-not obtainable for three years
now at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
GOOD IB
4ft
4 A glance at the

below will give you an
idea of the many bar bargains
gains bargains to be secured at
our store. x

Men's AVork Shirts, $1.00 value,
special
Men's $5 and $6 Dress Shirts,
now.

Men's 240 Blue Denim Overalls,
, $2.00 value; now. .$1.25
Men's Genuine Palm Beach and
Mohair Suits marked down to.. $11

SPECIALS
Men's $3.00 and $4.00 Hats.
now only ....$1.49
One lot Men's $6, $7 and $8 Shoes
at $3.95
Fine lot All Wool Worsted Pants at
Greatly Reduced Prices

3 only, Brand New Remington Automatic Shot Guns,
now

2 only. Brand New 16
now 1
Fishing TflOkle of
splendid assortment of

ai surprisingly low prices.

JAKE'S

BASEBALL VETERANS

MEET III CLEVELAND
Old Timers Help Celebrate 1 25th An-
- niver&ary of that City with
a Grand Game
Associated Preaa)
Cleveland, July 29. One of the
greatest gatherings of veteran base baseball
ball baseball celebrities in the history of the
diamond was scheduled here today for
a game in which the old timers were
to meet a veteran team of sand lot-
ters as a feature of the 125th anni anniversary
versary anniversary of Cleveland. Nap Lajoie,
former star second baseman, is man managing
aging managing the old timers and playing his
former position. Neal Ball, hero of
one of the few unassisted triple plays,
is at short. Bill Bradley, who held
the major league record of a home run
each day for four consecutive days un until
til until Ruth broke it a few weeks ago,
will play third. Cy Young, the only
pitcher who ever won 500 games,
is among the moundsmen. Others in
the line-up who will alternate during
the game are Bunq Congallon, Tfrry
Turner, Heine Berger, Earl Moore,
Frank Knauss, Jesse Burkette, Elmer
Flick, Charlie Hiekman, Nick Altrock,
Harry Bay, Allie Pickering, Bobby
Woods, Fred Gatch and Paddy Living Livingston.
ston. Livingston. SEABOARD USING GASOLINE
MOTORS ON BRANCH LINES
Leesburg, July 28. The Seaboard
Air Line railroad is experimenting
with the operation of a self-propelled
combination pasenger and baggage
car on its branch from Wildwood to
Orlando, via Leesburg. The cars are
driven by gasoline motors and in ad addition
dition addition to space for baggage and ex express
press express have 16 seats for negroes and
32 for whites. They will run 45
miles an hour. The railroad proposes
to substitute the motor cars for
trains on several of its shorter branch
lines.'
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
items listed
..65c
$2.98
- gauge Itbica Hammerless
ATTENTION
ftvp.rv kind ann nil trip VPrv
everything wanted or needed
Headquarters for Gads' Furnishings
end Sporting Goods

FOR If

POLITELY CALLED

A
Lloyd George, in Parliamentary Lan Language,
guage, Language, Says that Lord North North-cliff
cliff North-cliff e is a Liar
Associated Press)
London, July 29. Premier Lloyd
George in the house of commons to today
day today read a Etatement authorized by
King George, declaring the words at attributed
tributed attributed to the king concerning the
government's Irish policy in a report reported
ed reported interview in the United "States by
Lord Xorthcliffe, who controls the
London Times, ale "complete fabrica fabrication."
tion." fabrication." KELLOGG WAS OUT TO KILL
(Associated Press)
Chicago, July 29. Angered after
being dispossessed of some property
and fined for contempt of court. Po Police
lice Police Sergeant Henryr4). Kellogg shot
Lemuel Ackley, an attorney, and
wounded himself twice in Judge Mc McDonald's
Donald's McDonald's court today. Ackley died an
hour later. Physicians said Kellogg
would recover.
In Today's Times-Union appeared
an attractive picture of Mrs. R. R.
Carroll of this city, who is visiting her
mother, Mrs. Bauknight in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Mrs. Carroll is expected home
tomorrow.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
17 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone. 377.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
FOR SALE For quick acceptance,
five shares Southern Motors, $315.
Box 375, Houston, Texas. 29-3t
Let us deliver your grocery order
with your fresh meats each morning.
Main Street Market: Phone 108. 28-tf
The lowest average grocery costs
are to be found at HARGRAVES
Cash and Carry Store, 807 South Lime
street. 27-tf
Or)
value $75 each,'
,.
$60.00
Guns, value $65
$39.50
nAcf' Tn font tato Vi oxrn o f-ji
by a true sportsman, and )
V7
Ocala, Fla.

PREVARICATOR

p

AMERICA HITS
All TO FALL II!

In Order that When Agreement
Made, There Will be No More
Falling Out
is
(Associated Press)
Washington, July 29. It was indi indicated
cated indicated today that the United States
would reject any suggestion for a sep separate
arate separate parley with any of the powers
invited to participate in the confer conference
ence conference on limitation o farmaments and
discussion of the far eastern situation.
It is intimated that at least one nation
concerned had suggested the advisa advisability
bility advisability of such a partial conference.
EXPORTS TQ EUROPE AND
. SOUTH AMERICA
Exports to Europe fell off nearly
one billion and a half dollars, while
those to South America increased
more than thirty million dollars dur during
ing during the fisc al year ending June 30th,
last, as compared with the previous
year.
LEGION ASKS JUSTICE
The American Legion has served
notice on President Harding that the
campaign for adjusted compensations
for former service men "cannot be
downed," the message being delivered
in person by Gilbert Bettman. chair chairman
man chairman of the national legislative com committee
mittee committee of the organization.
Later Mr. Bettman handed a decla declaration
ration declaration of similar import to Secretaries
Mellon and Hoover, and Attorney
General Daugherty, and issued a
statement which he said contained
substance of what he had said to the
president and three cabinet members.
It asserted that the history of the
legislation showed both houses in
favor of it, yet the president of the
United States followed the unusual
procedure of appearing before the
Senate to ask them for a deferment of
the passage of the adjusted compen compensation
sation compensation bilL
"It is our purpose to show the ad administration,"
ministration," administration," it said, "that the de demand
mand demand for an adjustment of compensa compensation
tion compensation will not and cannot down. It is
based on simple justice. The Ameri American
can American Legion urges the president and
his administration not to stand in the
way of early passage by Congress of
this measure."
AVOID ASPARAGUS
Eminent Physician Says that Eating
it Causes the Blues
cause "the blues," it i3 because the
person's system is already clogged
with its own impurities. He said:
"The asparagus is the last straw
which, added to the toxic state of the
system, produces a physical state of
the brain and nerves which is reflect reflected
ed reflected in 'the blues.' This happens because
the mechanistic state of the person's
physical, system is such that the or
gans of elimination have not been
capable of doing their work well for
such a long time that the system has
become poisoned with its own debris.
But had the system been kept always
in good mechanical condition, elimi-
inaton would have proceeded normal
ly, the system would have kept clear
of poisons, and no bad effects would
have followed the eating of asparagus,
for the normal mechanism would
readily throw off the acid of the vege
tables."
Mental functions, in other words, 1
according to the speaker, are marked- j
ly influenced by the condition of the
blood. He explained this as follows:
"In the struggle that men's phys
ical organism must constantly keep
up in order to grow, function and
keep healthy, it is always that organ
ism that is handicapped by the pres presence
ence presence of jpbstructions to the free flow
of its nerve and blood currents that
has the least chance, to survive and
keep well.
"A man's mental functions cannot
keep clear and efficient and normal
unless his brain and nerves are fed
by copious streams cf pure blood. The
blood cannot be pure and circulate
freely so long as the organs of elim elimination
ination elimination are obstructed.
"So it is that Srhat is one man's
meat becomes another .man's poison.'
Faulty diet i3 largely a matter rela
tive to the mechanical status of the
physical body cf the individaaL"
EAT AT THE MAXDfE
Best meals in the city for 0 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Fhona
260, 310 N. Main street 27-tf

EXPECT TO ROUQB
spue up soon

Missing President of the Michigan
Avenue Trust Company Traced
to Vicinity of Mobile
Assocla.t4 Press)
Chicago, July 29. With the- trail
of. Warren C. Spurgin, the missing
president of the closed Michigan Ave Avenue
nue Avenue Trust Company, apparently lead leading
ing leading to the icinity of Mobile, Ala., and
the authorities predicting speedy ap apprehension,
prehension, apprehension, the state attorney's in investigators
vestigators investigators today continued delving
into the affairs of the defunct insti institution
tution institution and president. Clarence Bou Bou-tel,
tel, Bou-tel, cashier, today intimated the loss
would be in the neighborhood of one
million dollars and that depositors
might expect to retrieve 65 cents on
each dollar. t
A REAL GENERAL
IN BERLIN TODAY
(Associated ITves)
Berlin, July 29. General Peyton C
March, former chief of staff of the
United States army, has arrived in
Berlin. N
HAVELL INVESTIGATING
GORDON KELLER HOSPITAL
(Associated Pre&s)
,Tampa, July 29. Dr. W. T. Hanrell,
district medical representative of the
federal board for vocational educa education,
tion, education, is here investigating complaints
of the American Legion and Red
Cross of conditions in the hospital
here where former service men are
being treated.
BASEBALL TRIAL IN CHICAGO
(Associated Presa)
Chicago, July 29. The baseball
trial was resumed today with the
state preparing a hasty lits of rebut rebuttal
tal rebuttal witnesses after the sudden move
of the defense yesterday in yesting
its case with nearly a score of wit witnesses
nesses witnesses yet to be examined.
MEN AND MACHINERY
IDLE LOSE BIONEY
New York, July 29. Idle men and
machinery is causin ga loss of nearly
a billion dollars yearly in the metal
trades industry, says a report issued
by the committee on elimination of
waste in industry of the American
Engineering Council.
50 Latest Books at the Book Shop.
Sugar cured picnic hams 23 cents a
pound while they last at Whitting Whitting-ton's.
ton's. Whitting-ton's. 2S-2t
Sugar cured picnic hams 23 cents a
pound while they last at WMtiicg WMtiicg-ton's.
ton's. WMtiicg-ton's. 23-2t
50 Latest Books at the Book Shop.
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
W. K. Lane, 3L D physkiaa and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear,-nose and
throat. OfSce over 5 and 10 ceut store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
" "Victor Records" for August now
on sale at THE BOOK SHOP. St
Boat 'Excursion
A.T mm-
SILVER SPRE.GS
Every Thursday andj
Sunday 5 to 8 p. m.
Fare, 81 1
Plus'8c War Tax
Bring Yoci Bade SzpprTcrJ
Enjoy the Cod Breezes
ctl&lveTPJver
For inlomallca see er :-.:.: e
.W. L CarmicIiuSl
Silver Springs
Boats Open for Charter
At All Times
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PRACTICAL CONTItACTOi:
AND BUILDUP
Careful estimates nads ca rJI con contract
tract contract work. Cires iscrsi zrA letter
work for the ncscy tha t::j til
contractor ta t!:s c!::j.



OCA LA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1921

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of the various units, beginning Au August
gust August 2nd and terminating August 5th.
The camp will be in comand of CoL
Raymond C. Turck, comanding officer
of the First Infantry. The adjutant
ereneral and other staff officers also

will be at the camp.

Entered at Ocala. Fla.
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AH good citizens of Florida should

uphold Gov. Hardee in his suspension

of Dowling.

. Statesman Bill Phillips of Colum Columbia
bia Columbia county was in our midst yesterday,

r Will the Orangemen prove lemons

in this attempt to settle the Irish

troubles?

If Russia was filled with well in informed
formed informed people, the message just de delivered
livered delivered to them by our state depart department
ment department would have a sobering effect

As it is, most of them will never hear

of it.

From a close perusal of its ex

changes, the Star regrets to report

that it isn't the only paper in the

state that occasionally .steals Henry

Ford's news items and makes them

over into editorials.

Governor Hardee can wield the axe,
too. And it is safe to predict that

none of the men he removes from of

fice will be reinstated by the Senate.

Tampa Times.
We think it is a safe bet this gov
ernor is going to uphold the law.

The comment of several state pa papers
pers papers on the suspension of Sheriff
Dowling is to the effect that "nobody
supposed the governor would move

so quickly." Probably the governor,

like most every other well-informed

man in the state, has been hearing of

Dowling for the last two years.

It has. always been the Star's opin

ion that a majority of the people of

Ireland want peace with their Eng English
lish English neighbors, and if they will assert

themselves and sit down on the Sinn
Fein troublemakers, the Emerald Isle
may soon become the most happy
and prosperous part of the British

Empire.

We are glad to find the Star has

support in its opposition to the policy

of the larger papers trying to take

advertising away from, the smaller

ones.! Maj.vQuimby B. Melton, genera!

manager of the Jacksonville Metrop

olis, has' written us his emphatic dis

approval of the practice, which he
says is "entirely unethical, to say the

least." :

That story about Haytian negroes
coming to the aid of the Americans

in the revolution is thin stuff. Al

the negroes m Hayti at that time

were slaves, and if any of them came
to fight for America they were
brought by their French masters. We

think" it is a lie anyhow. Neversaw
any mention of it in history.

CURRENT COMMENT

THE BONUS

The opinion of the country on the

bonus for the ex-service men has been

pretty well collected and boiled down

by the Literary Digest, which says in
its latest issue:

The loud protests reaching thi3 of

fice in various papers against rebury-

ing the soldiers' bonus in. the files of

Senate committee give strength to

the" -belief of Secretary Hoover's

Washington Herald that the matter is

merely postponed, not defeated, and

3 as assured as if already acted

upon. 1 nus we nna a western eaitor

crying, sname ana disgrace upon

the "fickle and unappreciatiye" Mammon-worshiping
nation which can not

out of its vaster resources dp for its
soldiers what Great Britain, Canada,
New Zealand, Australia, France, Bel

gium and Italy have done for theirs;

which will not compensate the men

who fought and suffered and bled for
$1 a day while shirkers at home were

getting $10 a day and the profits of

war-time business were making 23, 23,-000
000 23,-000 new multimillionaires! This cry is

echoed by other papersand is taken

up by individuals, journals and organ

izations speaking for .the veterans of

the war. It is true that President
Harding's insistence upon a postpone

ment of the bonus, bill on the ground
that it would wreck the nation's fi finances
nances finances quickly persuaded a majority
of the Senate, and the postponement

seems to be heavily indorsed by 'the

prevailing newspaper sentiment of

the country, irrespective of party

lines and sectional prejudices. Yet
it must be recorded that many refuse
to accept this disposal of it as logi logical,
cal, logical, or fair, or generous, or ingenu ingenuous.
ous. ingenuous. "The soldiers and sailors have
been buncoed and they are not back backward
ward backward about saying so." we read in the

Chicago Journal (Dem.) The boys

who fought this war, stingingly ob observes
serves observes the Des Moiries Register (Ind.

Dep.)may well read Kipling's "Tom "Tommy
my "Tommy Atkins" "It's always Mr. Atkins
when the band begins to play." It
strikes the Columbus Citizen (Ind.) as
more than passing strange "that
there should be no money available
for the soldiers while money by the
hundred million is available for the
railroads." There was money enough
for a naval-building program to cover
the estimated bonus three times ever,
declares .the Tifton Gazette (Dem.)
in Georgia, but "everybody else, mu munition,
nition, munition, armament and supply, profi profiteer;
teer; profiteer; capital and -labor must be paid

before the men who fought are paid

if they ever are paid."

The Florida National Guard will
hold its annual encampment at Camp

Johnston near Jacksonville, August 6

to 20, all units- taking part in the
field trainings under orders issued by
Adjutant General Charles P. Lovell.
A. school of instruction will precede
the field duty and will be attended by

The warning sent out by the United
States public health service, in regard
to pellagra seems to have aroused re

sentment in. some of the southern
states. We can see no reason for that.

The government health service is ef efficient
ficient efficient and faithful, and we do not

think it is swayed by political rea
sons, as some southern papers inti

mate, and as a considerable part of
its persbnnel is well known to be good
men, and live in the section referred
to, it is not wise to take its advice

lightly. The government health serv
ice is not so well posted on local con
ditions as different state medical, as

sociations, of course: but we haven't

heard from all the local practitioners
yet. Several people have died of pel pellagra
lagra pellagra in Ocala and vicinity in the last

score of years, and some of them were
not exposed to the conditions general generally
ly generally supposed to cause the disease. It
is possible that pellagra is one of the

diseases that has existed a long time

but has not been classified until ad advancing
vancing advancing science separated it from
other forms of sickness and gave it a
name. Forty years ago, nobody had
heard of appendicitis and separate

treatment of it from other inflamma inflammations
tions inflammations of the stomach, and bowels had
not been attempted, except perhaps by
some surgeons in advance of their
day. No need to be excited about
pellagra, but it is just as well not to
scoff at it.

The first ingredients of the melting j
pot should be soap and water. i
Charleston Gazette.
The politician who keeps his ear to

the ground seldom gets his foot on
it. Canton Repository.

A country is not made great by the

number of square miles it contains,

but by the number of square people
it contains. Dayton News.
a
Chicago was dark for six hours
during a strike of electricians, but
crime didn't increase any. It couldn't.

New York Eening Post.

a a
Business is still chaotic, says an
economist. And the traveling sales salesman
man salesman finds it very difficult to bring
orders out of chaos. Baltimore Eve Evening
ning Evening Sun.
The physician who says no fast will
prove fatal to a healthy man -within

twenty days probably doesn't mean to j
include Belfast. Richmond News- i
Leader.
a a a
In business the man who engaged
in the most ad ventures is surest to

come out unhurt. Washington Post.
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The man who never lends money
never has many friends. Also, he
doesnt need them. Kansas City Star.
a a a
Much objection to laws arises from
the impossibility of making them ap apply
ply apply only to the other fellow. Detroit
Journal. -a
a a
We still believe the best plan to
keep cool is to set all the thermom thermometers
eters thermometers back ten degrees. Pittsburgh
Chronicle Telegraph.

a a a
Of course, the tight-wads are des

picable; but if it wasn't for -them,

where would the good fellows borrow

money? Baltimore Sun.

a a a

A congressman wishes to know

what we get out of the Philippines,

anyway. The real question is not

what, but whether. Fort Wayne

Neks and Sentinel.
a a a
The Philippines have asked for a
bigger debt limit, probably just to
demonstrate their advanced status as
a civilized pepole. New York Morn Morning
ing Morning Telegraph.
a a a
It appears that nations are not so
much interested in beating swords
into plowshares as they are in beating
competitors into oil fields. Harris Harris-burg
burg Harris-burg Patriot-News.
a a a
Arthur Brisbane says 999 out .of
every 1000 of us die without ever
having had a thought. Why should we
when Arthur is here to do the think thinking
ing thinking for the human race ? Houston
Post.
a a a
Gold and silver, in small quantities
have been found in some Wyoming
coal. We thought they were "gold "gold-plating
plating "gold-plating it when we asked the price
recently. Farm, Stock and Home.

this summer is easily identified as the
genuine article. Detroit Journal.
a a a
The reason we hate an end-seat hog
is because he beats U3 to it. Provi Providence
dence Providence JournaL
a a a
Having peace by resolution, let's
make a resolution to keep it. Green Greenville
ville Greenville (S. C.) Piedmont.
a
The doctor who recommends pleas-

GOOD NEWS TO THE PUBLIC

Big Aluminum Sale at HelTenston's
WU1 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-

i derf ul opportunity of buying "Quality
Brand Aluminum Ware" much under

ant thoughts while eating should edit !ne market prices. Come early before

the food prices. Washington Post,
a a a
Japan understands that America's
Chinese policy has no changing
Hughes. Greenville Piedmont.
a a
. It's taxation without representa representation
tion representation when dad stays home while the
rest of the family go on a vacation.
Washington Sun.
. a a a
"What is the chief cause of di divorce?"
vorce?" divorce?" asks a college professor.
Speaking off-hand, we should say,
matrimony. Cleveland News.

a a
Wichita carpenters have voluntari

ly reduced the amount of wages they

couldn't get and have gone to work.
Barber County (Kan.) Index.

all these useful utensils are sold. 28-2t

MICKIE SAYS

l-CUYiCa XVVJrt TO WaX SCO MS.

rs.-2rex op. Ws? -W worn

hs3eD sriM nov

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

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17 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
Arcth a dollar's worth .of other groc groc-ries
ries groc-ries for cash, Saturday and Monday
rly. Phone 377.

wky-tf H. B. WH1TTINGTON.

BLITCHTON

a a a

Prosperity is a buy-product.

Greenville. (S. C.) Piedmont.
a a a

The thine that the tired business

man needs to give him a renewed in

terest in life is a little business.

Toledo News-Bee.
a a a

The ideal way would be to give the
bonus to everybody who is fighting

for it and exempt everybody else from
taxation. Dallas News.
r a a a

There was some doubt about last

spring on account of the weather, but

A Triumph of Feminism!
Women as Treasure
Hunters!
Spanish
Doubloons
By Camilla Kenyon

Virginia Harding heart that
her Aunt Jan e,a very respect respectable
able respectable old maid, has been coax coaxed
ed coaxed to finance and proposes to
accompany a daring expedi expedition
tion expedition of treasure hunting, and
he dashes after the old girl.
'Aunt Jane who i described as
looking like a little dumpling
that has got into a sausage
wrapping by mistake, as the
head of a treasure-seeking
party, is enough to shake the
strongest intellect.
At Panama, Virginia catches
up with her aunt From then
on to the end it is a story of
thrills, of pirates and of gold.
Litde Virginia with a rollick rollicking
ing rollicking and uncontrollable sense
of humor, and in spite of her
sweetness and demureness,
of the show-ms type, pushed
in and was very unwelcome;
but eventually she is the one
they have to thank for dis discovering
covering discovering the pirate's hoard.
Virginia is involved in a
charming love affair and
Aunt Jane nearly meets her
soul mate.
Do Not Miss This Delightful
Tale Which Scon Will Start
As a Serial In This Paper!

Man Shoulders Not LaveL
To the majority of persons the state statement
ment statement that their shoulders are not of
the same height will come as a sur surprise,
prise, surprise, hut tailors know that almost In Invariably
variably Invariably the left shoulder Is higher
than the right.
If a baby's shoulders are measured
It will be found that they are exactly
even. That they do not remain so Is
blamed upon parents, who as a rule
lead their young and growing children
by the left hand. hand.-Tfcls
Tfcls hand.-Tfcls Is a natural manner of leading

the child, and it shields It from bumps'!

of persons met In their walks, but the
muscles and hones are thu continual continually
ly continually raised nl in the end drawn per permanently
manently permanently out of fositlon. although the
change Is so slight that It Is not notice noticeable
able noticeable unless accurate measurements are
taken.

. 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 -POLARINE
Heavy Oil, five gallons, $3.50
We buy and sell second hand Fordars
Jasa Enrjesser, Prop.
Day Phone 258 . Night Phone 533

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.v w supply of field and garden
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

THE WINDSOR HOTEL'
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
la the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room servict Is
second to nons

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Manager.

J. E. KA VAN AUG II
Proprietor.

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

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

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FEHR'S

Made from Choicest Grains

and Finest Hops
TT is the most stimulating, refreshing drink
you have ever tasted. It lias a delightful tang
and flavor all its own.

Sit
Sfa

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Ambrosia is pure and wholesome beneficial for
every-member of your family. It tastes delicious
by itself or with a bite to eat. Try it today.

J ORDER A CASE SENT HOME
SOLD EVERYWHERE
Moses Grocery Company
- Oacla, Florida

AMBROSIA IS MADE AND BOTTLED OJO.Y BY
CENTRAL CONSUMERS CO., Louisville, Ky.

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Blitchton, July 27. Miss Elsie

Coulter is visiting Misses Minnie and

Nina Seckinger at Fellowship.

Our people are attending the re revival
vival revival services at Fellowship this

week.
Mrs. Doilie Blitch, Messrs. Landis
and Loonis Blitch enjoyed a fish fry
at Orange Lake Saturday. They were
guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis of
Irvine until Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. B. C. Blitch and son, Bernard
are visiting reltaives at Fort Meade.
There wijl be services at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church the second Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon in August, at 3:30 o'clock.
Mr. O. S. Sanders is on the sick
list.

BASEBALL SCHEDULE

Thursday, August 4 Leesburg in
Ocala. '
Thursday, August 11 Leesburg in
Leesburg.

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In view of the fact that Florida's last crop is
estimated to have exceeded thirteen million
boxes
What does increasing: production
mean t citrus growers?
In consideration of the further fact that there
has been an increase of more than fifty per
cent in four years
What does iaereafiin? prodnetfca
mean to extras growers?
In recognition of the indication for even
greater proportionate enlargement of output -during
the next few seasons
What does increasing prodactioa
mean to dtrua growers?
With the strong probability that inside of ten
years grapefruit and orange shipments from
this state will more than double
What does increasing prodactica
mean to citrus grewerst

Remembering 'that the larger the volume the
greater the demoralization of the markets un under
der under tie speculative system of selling fruit
What does increasing production
. -mean U citrus growers?
Knowing that this enormous "coming volume
cannot be sold at prices remunerative to
growers unless consumer demand increases
correspondingly
What does increasing production
' mean to citrus growers?
Keeping in mind the fact thafso long as one
grower's crops compete with the fruit of other
growers, all of the producers must be at a dis disadvantage
advantage disadvantage What does increasing production
mean to citrus grwers7

What else can it mean fhan tSe need for the Florida Citrus Exchange, which sella frtdt
scientifically instead of speculatively and conduct the only adequate campaign to in increase
crease increase consumption? For information as to membership consult the manager of the
nearest association or gob-exchange, or write to the business manager at Tampa,

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Tbii ia a Studebaker year.

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OCALA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1921

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PROGRAMME
' OF
FIFTH SUNDAY MEETING
WITH
OCALA BAPTIST CHURCH
July 29th, 30th and 31st, 1921
FRIDAY, 8 P. M Devotional Exercises, led by Rev. R. F.
, Rogers, Moderator of Marion Association.
Organization.
Sermon, Dr. C. M. Brittain, Assistant
Secretary, State Board ot Missions.
SATURDAY, 10 A. M Devotional Service, led by Rev. G.
W. Brant. -.
Discussion, "Reasons Why All Our
Churches Should Support the $75,000,000
Campaign" W. T. Gary, A. J. Stephens,
Rev. W. L. Hardester and'Others.
SATURDAY, 2:30 P. M Devotional Exercises, led by Rev.
. J. C. Boatwright.
Business Session.
Discussion, "Weak Spots In Our Church
Life;"
(a) 'Trunk Baptists," Rev. D. E. Blalock
(b) "Inadequate Support of .The Wit Witness,"
ness," Witness," R. L. Turner.
(c) "Lack of General Interest in the
Auxiliary Organizations of the
Churches," Mrs. T. N. Strange and
H. G. Shealy.
SUNDAY, 9:45 A. M Sunday School, W. T. Gary, Supt.
" ... 11 A. M. Preaching by the Pastor of the Ocala
Church, Dr. C. L. Collins. .-

ADMONITION TO WOMEN
AGAINST GROWING OLD

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.

Circle No. 3 of the Woman's Mis Missionary.
sionary. Missionary. Society of the Methodist

church will have on sale Saturday

iresn nome maae caices at waiKiey &
.Barnett's store. 28-2t

LOOK
Overland "90." Good tires, paint
and upholstering. A bargain for quick
sale. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. tf

(Associated Ptmw)
Cleveland, O.. July 29. Too many
women sit down and grow old, declar declared
ed declared Dr. Frances Graves of Boston, in
a paper which she read today in the
national osteopathic convention in this
city. "Sit tall" is the remedy propos proposed
ed proposed by Dr. Graves, and she told the
specialists how to do it. Dr. Graves
said in part:
"It seems wise to instruct women
that if they lead normal lives the;
may look forward to a normal middle
life. It is not a normal life for a
woman to settle down to sitting the
greater part of the day. The normal
life is not gained by too little or no
exercises, and too much food. So
many women sit down to grow old.
They welcome old age long before
they have any Tight to. Some of the
medical text books tell U3 that at fifty
old age has been reached, but I refuse
to admit that. Do all women settle
dcwn in to their bodies and grow
heavy about the waist line, shoulders
and neck? Is all this necessary? Most
assuredly no; not if the woman cares
enough to prevent it, in other words,
to lead a normal life.
"The great thing, if one would have
a -normal middle life, is to keep the
circulation active. The whole body

should be in perfect adjustment so

that no undue strain is put on any
one part. Regular and sufficient ex

ercise must be taken every day that

the patient is physically able. Sweets

and starches should be practically

eliminated from the diet. No sitting

down for the afternoon with a book
and a box of candy. No more protein

than is needed to balance the diet. The

diet should be rich in fresh fruit,
green vegetables and raw foods. In
short, the diet should consist of foods

of such a type and in such quantities
that the -body- may receive the requir

ed amount and no more. How many

times have we heard some one say,
'Since I have stopped eating so much,

feel ten years younger.
"There are two faulty types of pos

ture which we see very often. First
the slouch. The second common type

of faulty posture is more often seen

in heavy individuals. This is the ex

act opposite of the slouch. The indi

vidual stands with the knees straight,
the anterior lumber curce greatly ex

aggerated, the shoulders drawn up
with the neck shortened. This type
almost invariably has a large, pendu pendulous
lous pendulous abdomen.

"In sitting the individual should

push as far back against the back of
the chair as possible. That is all that
is necessary If that position is held
and the individual 'sits tall,' she can cannot
not cannot slump without effort. We do not
do unconsciously a thing which causes

effort, so-if this position is kept the
individual will soon get so that correct
posture in second nature."

5AS

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

Sugar cured picnic hams 28 cents a
pound while they last at Whitting Whitting-ton's.
ton's. Whitting-ton's. 28-2t

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I Far

ers -kc

Store

name

CW nU Try Ititisahard wheat flour

as good as any and less in price

Uneedas and all former Reddick Peanut Butter 1 lb... 30c
10c. pkg. Crax.....8c 3 for 20c Evaporated Milk, large. ..... .1 5c
All former 20c. packages 15c per Z0Dcn ; .$170

Evaporated Milk, small 7c
'er dozen 80c

Tall Pink Salmon 15c
Campbell's Soup. ... 1 2c 4 for 45c
Octagon Soap 8c 3 for 21c
Export Soap, per doz . 55c
Cherry Bell Flour 24 lbs. .. .$1 .45
Sauces Self -Rising Flour,
24 pounds .............$ 1 .45
W. Baker's Cocoa half lb..... 30c
One pound good Tea. . . . .30c

, Senate Coffee, 1 lb....
Senate Coffee, 2 lbs...

Senate Coffee, 3 lbs ... $1.10
Argo Salmon.. ... 40c 2 for 75c
Tall Pink Salmon, per can .... 1 5c
Virginia Dare Wine, large.... 65c
Virginia Dares Wine, small.... 4Qe

Three Argo Starch 25c
One doz. Argo Starch 95c
Evaporated Peaches, lb ......'15c
Quart jars of Honey.. 65e
Quart cans Syrup .....30c
Pint jars or bottles.." 15c
Syrup drawn from bbl, gal.... 75c,
Purina Feed for cows, ehickens,

40c horses, hogs.
.....75c Firestone Tires. 30x3..... $10 95

Firestone Tires, 30x3... $1395
Red Tubes, 30x3. .$2.65
Red Tubes, 30x3 ...$3-10
Grey Tubes, 30x3 .$2-1 5
Grey Tubes, 30x3!4 ..$2-55

PEDRICK-PROCTOR

Always Plenty of Fresh Eggs. Free Delivery.
FARMERS EXCHANGE STOKE
Merchants Block Phone 163

An event of Sunday morning,. July

24th, at 10:30 o'clock, was the wed wedding
ding wedding of Miss Willie Proctor to Mr.
Tracy T. Pedrick of Ocala, which was

solemnized at the home of Mrs. J.

Crowley, 1441 Oak street, Jackson

ville, Fla.

Only intimate friends of the couple

witnessed the ceremony, which was

performed by Rev. Ira M. Barnett,
pastor of the Riverside M. E. church

The rooms of the residence were

simply decorated with palms and cut
flowers. The bride, who was unat

tended, entered the living room,
where the ceremony took place, with

the bridegroom. She was lovely in
her wedding dress of chiffon, over
satin with white picture hat to match,
and carried an arm bouquet of bride

roses and valley lilies.
Following the ceremony an inform'

al reception was held, during -which

the bride and bridegroom were show

ered with congratulations. During

the reception hour a delicious ice
course was served. Assisting in
serving were Mrs. James H. Hart Hart-man,
man, Hart-man, Mrs. C. C. Drummonds, Miss

Lynne Boutell, Miss Mary Crowley

and Miss Elena Crowley.

Mrs. Pedrick traveled in a becom becoming
ing becoming suit of tricolette, with hat and

blouse of jade green.

Mr. and Mrs. Pedrick left on the

afternoon train for Tampa, St. Pe

tersburg and Clearwater, where they

will spend their honeymoon, before

coming to Ocala to reside.

Mrs. Pedrick is a charming young

lady and has made many friends
since moving to Jacksonville who re

gret that her marriage will take her
elsewhere. Mr. Pedrick is a young

business man of Ocala, who is to be

congratulated, on his marriage.

WACAHOOTA

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Wacahoota, July 29. The rainy

season seems to have come and we

have more showers than sunshine.

Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Tyson and chil

dren and Mrs. Mary Seigler went to

Alachua Friday to visit Mrs. Joseph

McKinney.

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Capers returned

to their home in Jacksonville Satur

day afternoon, after a delightful two

weeks visit to Mr. and Mrs. Lute

Howell.

-. Miss Thelma Curry returned Sat

urday from a visit with friends m

Grahamville and Gainesville.

Rev. Dr. CKelley filled hi sregular

appointment here Sunday afternoon.
He was accompanied by his wife.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gibbons and
Mr. and Mrs. Will Whitehurst of the
Archer section, were dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. C R, Curry Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Neal and family of

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One Lot Pretty Dress Ginghams, worth today 35c yd., last year's price (M AA
equal quality sold for 59c During Dollar Week, 5 yds. for f)lUI
Flowered Kimona Crepe, pretty designs, regular value 85c yd., last (31 Art
year's price $1A25. During Dollar Week, 2 yds. lor 1 tpJUUu
Curtain Scrim, white, ecru and beige, today's price 29c yd., last year's ? A A
price, equal quality sold for 40c. During Dollar Week, 5 yds. for tpLUil
Colored Marquesette Draperies, regular value at present market 59c yd. (? 1 A A
During Dollar Week, 1 yds. for.. '$LUU
Beach Cloths, fast colors, regular values 75 and 85c yd. During (PI A A
Dollar Week, 2 yds. for .1. $1.UU
Flowered Dress Crepes, dainty designs, values 75c to $1.50 yd. During (PI A A
Dollar Week, 2 yds. for.. tpLUU
Swiss Organdy in all colors, also Imported Voiles, this season's goods,
Organdies, just arrived, $1.25 and $1.50 yard, value during CI Oft
Dollar Week, at per yard tpLUU
Dark and Light Flowered Voiles, a large and pretty selection of designs,
brand new goods, purchased at special prices and worth today CM A A
from 50c to $1 the yd. During Dollar Week, 3 yds, for tpLUil
40 in. Heavy Quality Georgette Crepe, sold last year for $3 yd., present price $1.95 for the first yd. CI AA
and during Dollar Week you get the second yard for.'. ultl) J
(2 yards for $2.95, 4 yards ior $5.90)
Odds and Ends Belding's Wash Satins, last year's price for the same
goods, $2.95 yd., this year's regular price $1.95, also Silk and CI Art
Wool Poplins, $1.50 value, to clean up during Dollar Week, per yd. $IUiJ
Flowered Cretonnes and Burlaps, 75c and 85c value, 2 yds for. UM
Scotch Sweater Yarns and Lustra Floss, 75 and 85c value, during C Art
Dollar Week, 2 hanks for..... tpJUJi
Georgette Blouses in all colors, values up to $10.95. special to clean up and make room for new ?1 Art
Fall goods, these go at $5.95 for the first blouse and and another for i
(2 Blouses for $6.95) j
Clean up of all Summer Hats (values to $6.50) at...
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Imported Laces up to 6 inches wide and values to 50c yd. During Ci Art
Dollar Week, 6 yds, for $lUi
Val Laces, edgings and insertions; a few headings, values to 25c yd. CI Art
DuringDollar Week, 15 yds. for $llit (
Gingham Dresses for Children, values to $2.50, for... ...J1.C3
Muslin Chemises, embroidery and lace trimmed, value $1.50. Cf Art
During Dollar Week at vlvi
One Lot Royal Worcester Corsets, values to $2.50, at Sl.GD
Full Fashioned Silk Hosiery, all colors, regular price $2.50 pair. During Dollar Week at ?2 C A rt
for the first pair, and ...for 2nd pair
- .Silk Hosiery in white, black and brown, worth $1.75 pair, brand new Ct Art
goods to introduce at, per pair. t)lW

Outing Flannels for Fall and Winter. Buy now and save money. These goods
will cost more later. This is a special Cash Purchasejust arrived especially
for this event. Last year same goods sold for 40 and 50c yard, 27 in. in white
only, and 36 in. light stripes, heavy quality outing. Today's regular price 25
and 29c yd. During Dollar Week, 6 yards for $1.00.

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uic ui& uuiuiati uargams, we aeciaea to give every body a chance, and
everyday will be Dollar Day from Saturday, July 30th, to Saturday, Aug August
ust August 6th, inclusive. We assembled specials from every department in the
house. Every dollar spent during next week will buy from $1.50 to $3.00
in merchandise. Here are a few of the items. Plenty of other bargains
not advertised.

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Raleigh, Mr. Will Davia and family
of Williston and Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Bradshaw and sons of Archer attend attended
ed attended services here Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther" Taylor of
Jacksonville, spent several days last
week with Mrs. George Gibbons and
called on some of their Wacahoota
friends Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Mary Crumpton of Dunedin,
is visiting her cousin, Lucile Bradley.
Dr. J. D. Watkins of Micanopy, was

a Sunday afternoon caller at the home
of Mr. Retis Smith.

CALVARY

Calvary, July 28. We are having
hot lays and lots of rain these days.
The farmers are planting peas and
cow hunting and marking their calves.
Mr. Fred Buhl's friends are glad to
have him at home again.
Mr. George' Buhl and Rev. Boat

wright were callers on friends last
Friday.
Mr. and Mrs..M. J. Morrison went
to Martel last Sunday to see 2Ir. Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, who was sick with rheumatism.
They report him improved.
Miss Jessie Morrison of Ocala was
the guest of her relatives last Satur Saturday
day Saturday night and Sunday.

Miss Elizabeth Burton of Leesburg,
is the guest of Miss .if ens D.vi;.

HIGH GRADE COMMERCIAL
PROTO G RAPII Y

Farm views, landscape:! and home
scenes. Eugene A. F.eveb. over Guar Guarantee
antee Guarantee Clothing & Ehoe Co, Ocala. .tf

i Circle No. 3 cf the JTomzn's 211-

siorury bee;
church will '.
fresh home r-

the Methoilct

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OCAU OGGURREIIGES
to the parsonage fund. They will
hold other cake and candy sales in the
next few weeks, and we can, from per personal
sonal personal experience, recommend their
wares.- They also intend to give a
rummage sale soon.
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If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.

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William Farnum in
" HIS GREATEST SACRIFICE
Seventh Episode
"SON OF TARSON

Miss Clara Ricketson of Bushnell is
the guest of Miss Edna Bryce.

Mr. Frank Butler of Jacksonville,
representing Goodyear tires, has been
in the city, visiting friends.

AD

3 WCim.ftJ. CHILDREN under 12 10c

xiLOfaVPJ.i ADULTS

20c

i "Victor Records" for August now

ion sale at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
; Deward Moxley has returned from

I a brief vacation and is again at his
I post in Green's drugstore-

j MiSs Margaret Addins, after a visit
i with her sister, Mrs. Parker Painter,
has returned to her home in Texas.

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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

j: sell 17 pounds for $1.00. Any time during Saturday.

Butter, feed -and flour riot included in sugar deal.

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These Prices Cut the Cost of Living.
. They are Regular Prices No Special.
They give you an idea of what you can save here

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and Crackers, jul 10c.
packages
All 20c. packages
two for .i .......

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25 c
17c
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- No. 1 Corned Beef Libbey's
per tin .........
-One pound net tins Corned
Beef Hash, per tin

Kingan's Pork and Beans, large tins.

Think of it, a meal m a
can.
35c tins iDalumet Baking
Powder, per tin
35c. tins Rumford Baking
Powder, per tin ........
20c. tins Rumford Baking
Powder, per tin. ........
No. 2 1-2 tins Hunt's Califor California
nia California Peaches, per tin. ...
No. 3 tins Griffith & Skelley
Asparagus, 50c value, tin
No. 2 tins Hillsdale Sliced
Pineapple, per tin ......
Campbell's Famous Soup, any
kind, per tin
Tetley's Tea, small
v packages.

Tetley's Tea.
packages. .

10c

10c

25 c
30c
16c
36c
25 c
28c
11c
4c
8c

14c. buys a tall can of Van Camp's
evaporated milk, 7c. buys the baby
jsize, at HARGRAVES' Cash ard Carry
Grocery, 807 S. Lime St. 27-tf

Mrs. Ernest Schamme and two
daughters of Frankfort, Kjr., arrived
in Ocala Wednesday to visit Mrs.
Schramme's brothers, Messrs. J. C.
and M. F. Johnson.

Mrs. A. L. Izlar, after a few days'
visit in Ocala, returned yesterday to
her home in Clermont.

100 of the Old Favorites in Victor
records not obtainable for three years
now at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t

The young ladies of the Philathea
class had a very successful cake and
candy sale on the Ocala House piazza
this morning. "The money netted goes

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NKEDS
FOR RENT Furnished house, all
modern conveniences. Apply to C
V. Roberts, 213 W.. Broadway or
phone 305. 29-6t

FOR RENT Comfortably furnished
five-room apartment. Private en entrance.
trance. entrance. Apply C. C. Bryant, 805
Tuscawilla St. 29-tf

FOR SALE Quantity of steel pul pulleys
leys pulleys and shafting; several one pul pulleys.
leys. pulleys. Apply at Star office. 29-3t
COTTAGE FOR RENT First door
north of express office. W. S. Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. 28-tf

HUDSON SUPER SIX For sale. In
good mechanical condition. Auto Autogenous
genous Autogenous Welding Co. 28-3t

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 cross 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

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

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Cash and -Carry
One East and One West of City Square

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COLUMBIA ; RECOEDS j
V 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.

Too Many
Records
On Hand

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

flvertise In The Star It Pays

FOR SALE 12-gauge Remington
pump gun, at Fanners Exchange
Feed Store. &7-3

COWS FOR SALE

Jersey

-One extra fine

cow and heifer calf two

months old; one graded Jersey, four
gallon cow, will be fresh in Novem

ber, now giving over two gallons';
one Holstein heifer, 2M years
old. first calf; one graded Jersey
heifer, will be,fresh in August; one
extra, fine Jersey male 24 years
Nold. Let me know your wants for
a cow and I can quickly tell you
whether I can supply you or not.
- Abner Pooser, Box 347, Ocala. 26-tf

WANTED To buy for cash, mercan mercantile
tile mercantile business. Explain all in first
letter. P. O. Box 265. 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. 75

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.

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 Guarantee
tee Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. 20-tf

a q A is my' phone number, and
ftOt 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

WANTED 50-acre truck farm, fruit fruit-.
. fruit-. ed, on good road, close to station;
price must bfe right; give complete
description. Mr. Storer, Box 235,
Atlanta, Ga. 21-10t

FOR SALE SECOND HAND
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-t

Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Johnson, enter entertained
tained entertained last night at a dinner in honor
of Mrs. Ernest Schramme and daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Miss Frances Mary Schramme.
Th,e delicious repast was daintily and
attractively served in courses, the
beautiful floral decorations and
gleaming table appointments making
the affair incst delightful. After the
diniier the guests retired to the living
room, where they lingered., engaging
in muaie and converastion. Those who
had the pleasure of enjoying Mr. arxJ
Mrs. Johnson's hospitality and of
making the acquaintance of the gutsis
of honor weie'Mr. and Mrs. S. R.
Pyles, Dr. and Mrs. H. F. Watt, Mr.
and Mrs. E. L. Carnoy and Miss
Catherine Pyles.
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

Rev. C. M. Brittain, former Baptist
minister of this city, but now with
the state board of missions, in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, will arrive in Ocala this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and will remain for a few
days, on business connected -with his
work.

SUMMER READING AT THE
BOOK SHOP 800 titles. 3t

The notice in the Star yesterday
that a girl baby at the hospital need needed
ed needed clothing brought some of the nec necessary
essary necessary articles and promise of more.
Some more of you chip in and help
the youngster out. Hand your gift to
any doctor in town; they are all god-

'daddies to the kid.

Mrs. H. A. Waterman a"nd little
daughter, Valetajeft today for a
week's visit in Jacksonville, after
which they will be joined by Mr. Wa Waterman
terman Waterman and together they will go
north for a month's vacation intNew
York state.

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

Capt. A. V. Hamill of the Ocala Ocala-Wilcox
Wilcox Ocala-Wilcox train and his family are in
Chattanooga for a vacation and Capt.
W. II. Bryan of Newberry pulling
the bellcord of that popular train
while Mr. Hamill is away.

The county judge's office has issued
a marriage license to Mr. Charles
Potter of Ocala and Miss Eula Snow Snow-den
den Snow-den of Summerfield.

This is a Studebaker year.

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The friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Sherouse will be glad to learn that
their little son, J. E. Jr., was able to
return to his home at Citra after an
illness of four weeks in the hospital.

This it a Studebar year. tf
Mrs. Elmer DeCamp and Miss Katie
Mae Lee are having a pleasant time
visiting". friends in New York and
Mrs. DeCamp is also choosing a hand handsome
some handsome line of fall goods for the Elite
Shop.

Pink salmon in tall tjns 14c, fiat
tins 10c, sardines in oil 5c at HAR HARGRAVES',
GRAVES', HARGRAVES', 807 S. Lime St. 27-tf

After a brief illness. Miss Rhoda
Rhody has returned home cured from
the hospital.

Mrs. Jean Conley has returned
home from Texas. She says it is a
splendid country out there, but she is
glad to be in little old Ocala again.

What Henry Ford Says About
Machine Power Farming
"In the tractor the farmer uow has" a machine in which is harnessed
one of the most- adaptable, efficient, economical sources of power in the world
r the internal combustion engine.
"The tractor will multiply the productive capacity of each individual
farm worker from three to four times over.
"It will put the farmer on a par with the citv manufacturer.- It will put
his produce-producing factory for that is what a farm is on to an efficient
production basis.
"It will enable each worker to earn so much more thit he can be paid
mor and stiJl leave a greater profit for the man who hires him. It will enable
the farmer to work fewer hours in the day, giving him more time to enjoy life.
"I believe the tractor will make-farming what it ought to he the most
pleasant, the most "healthful, the most profitable business on earth."

TUCKER & IMM

DEALERS

OCALA

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the roads to Henry McCaskill, colored, J notick op ixtkntiov
, , . TO AfPLY FOR CIIAKTKH
who had booze in his possession, some; Xotlca ,3 ht.reity etven that the un.
of it inside his skin. i uerslgned wilt apply to the Honorable

i js. iiuiiooK. iiuige or tne rcuit

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

j C'uurt of 'Marion county, at his office In
i ooala, Florida, at ten o'clock, a. m., on

" 17 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groc-;iie3
;iie3 groc-;iie3 for cash, Saturday and Monday
nly. Phone 377.
wky-tf H. Ii. WHITTINGTON.

REST FOR

TNE WEARY

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

Mr. John Long, superintendent of
the Gainesville light and power plant,
spent Wednesday and Thursday in
Ocala. John is always welcome here.

Watch the Star for the opening
chapter of "Spanish Doubloons" in a
few days.
Messrs. J. C. Adkins, Fred Cubber-ly-and
P. B. Ellis Jr., three well well-known
known well-known attorneys of Gainesville, were
in Ocala yesterday on legal business.
SUMMER READING AT THE
BOOK SHOP 800 titles. 3t

v Mr. W. B. Gallagher returned to
Ocala yesterday from Savannah,
where he has spent the week attend attending
ing attending to business.
You are going to buy at HAR HAR-GRAVES
GRAVES HAR-GRAVES Cash and Carry Store be because
cause because there youll save money. 807 S.
Lime St., 27-tf

Mrs. Arthur Hamrick and nephew,
Billy, of Jacksonville, are expected to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for a visit with Mrs. Ham Ham-rick's
rick's Ham-rick's sister, Mrs. E. J. Crook.

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

Judge Futchhas returned from
North Carolina,'' where he accom accompanied
panied accompanied his family, and is right back
on the job. This morning he handed

a sentence of $100 and six months on j

the

18th day of Aarut, 1921,
or an eoon thereafter as the same can
be (heard, for an order Incorporating the
Moum iMoriah Baptist churcn of Ocala,
under the charter -proposed which is
now on file In Marlon county, Florida.
The charter .nd object of the cor corporation
poration corporation to be formed Is the organisa organisation,
tion, organisation, of a church lor putLic 'Worship, the
dissemination of the gospel and such
other (matters as are customarily car carried
ried carried on ty churches of similar charac character.
ter. character. -
Witness our 'hands and seals, at
Ocala, Florida, this the Sth day of July,
1921.
D. W. WEST (Seal).
Ji 'AJtPKPjSOX (.SeaL)
U A. S.Vl'NDKRS (Seat)
d J. JOHNSON aL)
,. M. J. STEPHENS, (Seal.)
The undersigned, members of the.
Mount Moriab Baptist church of Ocala,
FJorlda, desiring to incorporate their
said churcn and to organize the same
into a body politic for the best interest
of its members, hereby associate them themselves
selves themselves together under the name and
style of the Mount Moriah Baptist
Church of Ocala, the same to be organ organized
ized organized under tne following proposed
oharter:
1. Toe name of the corporation shall
be Mount Moriah Baptist Church or
Ocala, and1 the corporation shall le
located at Ocala, Florida.
2. The general nature of the abject
of the organization is to organize a
church for public worship to the end
that its members may be formed into
a iody politic: public worship, the dis dissemination
semination dissemination of the gospel, the sending
of missionaries to foreign fields, and
such other things "as ar usually done
and performed ty ohurcbes of like
character and denomination being the
objects to be attained by this corpora-

t Hon.

The greatest mosquito remedy ever xhl Itrsi ShiAwJ
made Sweet Dreams Adv. membership, and they shall 4e ad

mitted upon a rote oi the majority

Sweet Dreams Mosquito Remedy
Insures Restful Sleep
Once upon a time even the idea of
restful sleep seemed a myth. But one
fine morning Sweet Dreams came.
Rest that is free from the annoyance
of mosquitoes is now possible.
It isn't now necessary to fret all
night.. A million users say that Sweet
Dreams mosquito remedy is fine, so
why can't you too join the big crowd?
Fqj your convenience. Sweet Dreams
is sold everywhere.
When mosquitoes are troublesome,
give Sweet Dreams a trial. No offens offensive
ive offensive odor. No stain.

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Throw Away Old Shoes

Let us make them over and you
'.vill 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

present at any meeting, provided ttiat

tno erson under the age of twelve

Special Invitation
To Oar Portly Friends

Comfort for
Conservative Dressers
J. A. Chandler
Second Floor Thompson Build Building,
ing, Building, Opposite Harrington Hall

j years shall be entitled to vote upon the
j admission of members.
i ,4. Tni corporation shall exist for
t term of fifty years. J
; 5. The names and residences of the

i Fuferibers are as follows:

D. W. West. Ocala. Florida.
K. L Anderson. Ocala. Florida.
L4. A. Saunders. Ocala, Florida.
S. 3. Johnson. Ocala, Florida.

Z M. J. Stephens, Ocala. Florida.
! 6. The affairs of the corporation are
0to te managed try a president, vice vices'
s' vices' president, a secretary and a treasurer,
I and a board of ten trustees. Ttoese f-
i ficers shall fee elected at the first meet-
i Ing of the subscribers and members of
, the church aforesaid after the charter
iis obtained, and the annual meeting
shall be held annually thereafter on t;it

9 "second Tuesday in July.
', 7. Until the first meeting of the sub-
j scribers and members of this church,
NEED0AM MOTOR CO. tevST ""
t E. 1. Anderson, vice-president.
General Auto Repairing h&S'
inrl Cffoiirro 'board of trustees will fee leted
JI.IU i3tUiuyc: ; until at the first meeting, as no duties
,. ., 'are to be performed iy them before the

uasovux, organ lazuon meeting.
USED CARS FOR SALE The y-laws of the corporation

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C. V. Roberts
Phone 203

Barney Spencer
Thcne 431 ;

ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors, Embalmers

Q Private Morgue and Chapel
I MOTOR EQUIPMENT
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j Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
H 217 W. Broadway ."
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Bring us your
WELDING
and Auto Repairing
Satisfaction Guaranteed
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AUTOGENOUS WELDING CO.
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t Ochlawaha Ave:
& Orange St.

Cars Washed
Cars Polished

$1.00 by a majority vote of the members

m ; present at a jneetm? caned lor sucn
........ -vv j purpose, provided that no m-nber mi

ni . -v uer we age i iwenij-wne tn
Oklawana Ave. &. Orange St. ; have the privilege of voting upon the
(adoption of an amendment to the y-
Phone 252 m.
i The nighest amount of indebted-
. ness or Habillty to which the corpora-
i tion may at any time subject itself is

SEE ME FO R
Everything in the Building line
My Work is Guaranteed
W. A. TINSMAN

"The Stucco Man

Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY '& CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.

I $40,000. provided that such amount is
! not greater than two-thirds of the
I value of the property of the corpora corpora-i
i corpora-i tion.
19. The corporation may hold real

estate, subject to tie approval vi m?
circuit Judge of Marion county, up to
the amount of lo,000.
In witness 'Whereof the Incorporators
have hereunto set their hands and af affixed
fixed affixed their seals this the Sth day of
July. 1S2L
D. V. WEST, (Seal).
K. 1a. ANDERSON. Seal.
' U A. SAUNDERS. SeaL)

Phnn 52fi lL J. STEPHENS. (.Seal).

COUNTY OF ALARION.
Personally appeared D. W. West, to
me known to be one of the subscribers
to the foregoing proposed charter, and
who, being duly sworn by me, acknowl acknowledges
edges acknowledges and says that it Is 4ntm ?-d in
good faith to carry out the purposes of
the foregoing charter as set forth
therein.
Sworn to and acknowledged 4efore
me this the th day f July, 12'.

(Seal)'" E. R." BYUin-'t.
J Fill 7-lt-St- Notary I"uiUc

RAILROAD SCHEDULES
. Arrival and departure of paasenf er
trains ht OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule fignres pub published
lished published as information and aot guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. -
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD

Arrira
2:10 ara
1 :50 pm
3:50 iuy

Leave
2:20 am Jacksnville-NTork
1:55 pin Jacksonville.
4:17 pm Jacksonville
2:15 am Tampa-
Manaiee-St Petrstrg
2:5nem N'York-St. Petrsbrg
2:15 am Tampa
1 :50 pm Taocpa-Manatee
1:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg

4:05 pm
1:35 am
2:15 am
1:25 pm
4:05 pro

ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:23 ara
1:45 pm JksonviIle-Gair.j5ville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansrille 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakelacd 2:27 am
3:24 pm St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am 'Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunelicrn-Lkeland ll:C3pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:23 pm
10:lopm Leesburg :42am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 an
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tu.iar. TVursday. Saturday.

Oar field and garden seeds are all
fre?h and of the highest obte-.ncHe
quality. Bitting & Ixillips, Ccs'j,

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