A TT A
tonight cr Sunday.
This morning, 70.
irhis afternoon, 80.
OCALA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1921
VBin GETS A1HICAII LEG) 0
AID OF LEAGUE
THE FEMALE OF
THE SPECIES, ETC.
IIS. KABED D
ill TO THE CAE WON'T GIVE UP
1 i I
' it I 1 Mix
O ILY A
Catdiing Up With the Sharpers Who
Hire Been Welching on Their
Income Taxes I
(Associated Press) I
Washington, July 16. Approxi-
mately $20,000,000 was added to the I
goveirnment's revenue during the fiscal J
year! just ended through recoveries J
from false and fraudulent income tax
returns, Commissioner Blair
DROPPED THE CASE
Federal proceedings against Capt.
Robert Rosenbluth and Sergeant Ro Roland
land Roland Pothier, in connection with the
shooting of Major Alexander Cronk-
hite, at Camp Lewis, Wash.," October
1913, are to be dismissed. Attorney
General Daugherty announced today Thirty performances of the Passion
atfeir a personal investigation of the pjay have been scheduled for 1922 by
case! the committee of 21 which is direct-
j .. -; j ing the spectacle, but this number
PEOPLE FLEECED BY ; will be increased if the attendance de-
! PHONY STOCK PROMOTERS ntands, as was the case both in 1900
r - "; and 1910.
Albout one-half billion of dollars It will require an outlay of 1,500, 1,500,-was
was 1,500,-was lost to the people of this nation 000 marks to stage the O be rammer rammer-through
through rammer-through investment in- doubtful or gau play and the villagers are ex ex-worthless
worthless ex-worthless securities during the year tremely anxious abuot the German
192ii, according to Mr. Harry F. political situation, lest conditions be
Guest, of the New York Globe. Of such that foreigners wilt not attend,
this! sum he estimates the promoters The '360 burghers, who constitute
cf these worthless securities realized the descendants of the original peas peas-$125,000,000
$125,000,000 peas-$125,000,000 from the sacrifices of ants who made the vow to produce the
libejrty bonds and victory notes. It is play decennially, personally assume
estimated that the loss toll paid by the responsibility for this expendi expendi-Amierican
Amierican expendi-Amierican people approximated '$5 ture, and the failure to attract suffi suffi-perjhtad
perjhtad suffi-perjhtad for every man, woman and cient visitors to meet the cost would
child in the country. result in the bankruptcy of praetical-
The testimony given by Mr. Hous- ly the entire village, as the Oberam Oberam-ton'
ton' Oberam-ton' Thompson, a member of the fed- mergau folk, have slight resources,
era! trade commission, before the Most of the burghers are wood wood-House
House wood-House judiciary committee recently, carvers, potters, painters, sculptors,
is the authority for the statement farmers, merchants and small shop shop-that
that shop-that half a billion dollars was squan- keepers. Only the descendants of the
dered annually' by people of this na- villagers who were saved from the
tion through speculation in worthless plague in 1633 take part in ithe Pas Pas-seciarities.
seciarities. Pas-seciarities. Eon Play and assume responsibility
Am nn or Oi victims xehn fpll tirpv to for its production.
the alluring promises made by the Next October will be a fateful
manipulators of the doubtful and month for then the names of the.vil the.vil-wosrthless
wosrthless the.vil-wosrthless stocks and other securities, lagers who are to have the leading
were men and women in all "walks of roles in the spectacle will be an-
life. A good many of them had denied nounced.
themselves the necessities of lifeNandj
responded to the" patriotic call of the!
government to buy liberty bonds and
victory notes in order to help carry j
ort, the war to a successful termina- J
tion. Most of these people parted J
with the government securities they j
. acquired during the war m exchange
foir securities which, Mr. Guest al-
lejjres, were nottworth the paper they
were printed ork
? Since the launching of the liberty
' loiin campaigns and particularly since j
the signing of the armistice, the I
United States treasury has conducted
a systematic campaign through its
federal reserve district organizations
urging the continuance of the habit j
of saving and has continuously warn-1
ed the public not to part with their
government securities in exchange for
bonds and stocks of doubtful charac-
ter. People were cautioned to inves-
tigate the securities offered them
fore they invested their money.
', The government urges the people to
retain their bonds and to acquire
more libertv bonds and victory notes
at current low market price's, as they
are the safest investment that can be
The savings securities "which the
United States treasury is continuing
to offer to encourage savings and in-
vestment are being issued in the pop-
Hilar denominations of 25 cents, $1,
$5,' $25, $100 and $1000. They are most promising candidates for the
. not only are not subject to any mar- role of Mary. Fraulein Rendl has
Icet price fluctuations but. they in- shown great ability in minor relig relig-crease
crease relig-crease in value each month they are ious plays which are produced con con-held
held con-held and investors can always get stantiy by the Oberammergau folk as
back more than they paid for them. a means of training actors for the
WALKING IS GOOD Marie Mayr, who played the role of
FOR I WONT WTORKS Mary Magdalene in the 1910 prpduc-
' ; ? tion; has also married and i3 living in
(Associated Press) Chicago. Marie Schmid, who was
Aberdeen, S. D., July 16. Onehun
- dred and three alleged I. W. W's.lhas also married. t
wered riven out of Aberdeen and vi-
cinity last night by citizens' posses
aiding Sheriff Elliott of Brown coun-
ty. They, were herded in two groups,
one being sent east and the other
north. Each group was driven about
ten miles. Other towns in the vicinity
! were notified to keep the men moving,
. s ,m
They say that persistent advertis-
ing is the force that wins, then friends
why havent you been in. Even in
time of sales our values are unsur-
: passed. FISHELS, across from Mar
I ion Hardware Co. 3t
Intends to Continue .Its Fight for a
Bonus for Air Deserving Ex
Chicago, July 16. The fight of the
American Legion for the soldier bonus
will be continued with renewed vigor,
declared Major John Emery, of Grand
(Rapids, national commander of the
an-legion, commenting today on the side-
tracking of the bonus bill in the Sen Senate
ate Senate yesterday.
PASSION PLAY WILL
' RESUME PERFORMANCES
(Associated Press) j
Oberammergau, Bavaria, June 27
To be selected to enact the rqle of
Jesus Christ or one of the apostles is
a far greater honor to an Oberam
mergau man than election to the pres
idency of Germany or any. other office
within the gift of the entire German
And any woman of. Oberammergau
would far rather be chosen to play
the role of Mary or Martha or 'Mary
Magdalene than to be in the position
of Frau Ebert as mistress of the
president's palace in Berlin.
Many of the actors in the Passion
Play next year will doubtless be the
same as those in the cast when the
play was last produced in 1910. Anton
Lang, who enacted 'the role of Jesus
Christ in 1900 and 1910, will probably
be chosen for the part again, as he Is
still young enough to undertake the
arduous task and looks the part so
well that younger aspirants are not
be-hikely to displace him.
j Ottilie Zwink, wbo played the role
of Mary in 1910, has married since
that time. No married woman can
nlav a role" Consecmentlv all the
young women of Oberammergau with
ability and experience 'as actors are
eagerly trying to qualify for the high-
ly important part. Paula Rendl,
daughter of Peter Rendl, the sculptor,
who was Joseph of Armmathea in the
play of 19lo and enacted the role of
St. John 21 years ago, is one of the
jthe Veronica in the last production,
Eighty-two of the Omerammergau
men died during the war and many
of the older actors of. the last pro-
duction will be disqualified by age for
important roles. Consequently there
are scores of places in the cast to
which young men with ability as, ac-
tors may aspire. They have begun to
let their hair grow. Wigs and make-
up are not permited by the directors
of the Passion Play,
. Practically all the older men who
had important parts in the last pro-u
j duction have never cut their hair.
Many of them have retained their
Will be Eagerly Offered if It Can be
of Any Ilelp in the
Paris,v ; July 16. The temporary
mixed commission for reduction of
armament appointed by the league of
nations it was decided today at the
conferences called by President Hard Harding
ing Harding would not conflict in any way with
the league's disarmament move. The
commission will continue its sessions,
expecting its work to be useful in
preparing the way for the Washing Washington
ton Washington deilberations. :
FOR THE WEEK
(Associated Press) -Chicago,
July 16. Leading hitters:
American, Heilman, Detroit, .432;
National, Hornsby, St. Louis, .420.
Home runs: Ruth, 35; National,
Kelly, New York. 13.
Stolen bases: American, Sisler, St.
Louis, 16; National, Carey,
lluns scored: American, Ruth, 89;
National, Frisch, New York, 70.
WEATHER NEXT WEEK
Washington, July 16. Generally
fair weather except for widely scat
tered local thunder showers and norm-
. m am
al temperatures is tne iorecast ior
Florida the week Beginning Sunday.
13,759 AUTOS IN JUNE
Figures that reflect the strength
and' potentiality, of the United States
and one of its greatest industries
were released for publication today
by the Buick Motor Company. They
show that during the month of June
just past,. 13,759 Buick automobiles
were delivered into the hands of own owners.
ers. owners. All these cars were six cylinder
models, ranging in price from $1495
to $2635. The figures were compiled
from reports received from every
branch and distributor in the country
and the p represent in the most, con convincing
vincing convincing way the position which Buick
occupies in the minds of the buying
public Daily, Journal, Klint, Mich.
PUTTING TAMPA ON
f BIG BOAT LINES
Tampa, July 16. Three new allo allocations
cations allocations to Tampa by the Inter-Oceon
Steamkhip Company and the addition
of Galveston to the list of ports from
which it may operate ships was an announced
nounced announced today. The, addition gives
the company 17 ships, all owned by
jthe sh ipping board, and five ports
from which to ooerate.
WILL TRY TO PUT
A STOP TO BOXING
Camden, N. J.," July 16 An organ!
zation of churchmen pledged o wage
an intensive campaign for the repeal
of the state boxing law, opened head
quarters here today. Rev. Wilbur-
Crafts, who attempted to stop the
Dempsiey-Carpentier bout, is leader of
GERALD RELEASED FROM JAIL
Dublin, July 16. Desmond Fitz Fitz-simmon
simmon Fitz-simmon Geraldj Sinn Fein minister of
propaganda, was released from the in internment
ternment internment camp last night, he having
been confined for three months with-1
out diarges being preferred against
GERMAN DESTROYERS RIDDLED
BY AMERICAN WARSHIPS
On Board the Destroyer Sicard, en
rdute to Norfolk, July 15. The for former
mer former German destroyers V-43 and S S-132
132 S-132 were sunk this evening by the
combined shell fire of the destroyers
Leary and Herbert and battleships
Florida and Delaware, of the Atlantic
fleet. They went down at a point 75
mile3 off the Virginia capes selected
as the graveyard for the once enemy
vessels turned over to ike United
States after the world war.
long,' beards and pride themselves on
their resemblance to the biblical char characters
acters characters they have depicted.
Officers Who Ordered Boats of a Hoa Hoa-pital
pital Hoa-pital Ship to be Fired on Dis Dismissed
missed Dismissed with Light Sentences
Leipsic, July 16. Lieuts. Dittmar
and Boldt, charged with murder in
the first degree for firing on life boats
after the Canadian hospital ship
Landovery Castle was torpedoed dur during
ing during the summer of 1918. was each sen sentenced
tenced sentenced today to four years imprison imprisonment.
ment. imprisonment. The sentence did not carry
hard labor as demanded by the prose prosecutor.
cutor. prosecutor. SOME INFORMATION,
APOLOGIES AND EXPLANATIONS
FOR BASEBALL FANS
Many fans are asking why .Ocala
lost to Leesburg by so large a score.
Our. team hates excuses. When we
lose, we lose because we were out outplayed
played outplayed by the opposing team but in
the cast of Thursday's game with
Leesburg, the management feels that j
an explanation would not be out of
order. We did not have a pitcher to
put up against Leesburg, but we want
to show you why and ask that you not
blame us for it.
. GoodbVead asked Saturday if he
could go home and spend Sunday and
come back Tuesday or Wednesday.
We told him to go ahead as we would
not use him Tuesday against Oak, but
would save him for the Leesburg
game at all costs. Wednesday he fail failed
ed failed to show up so we began looking for
him. We wired him home in Mayo
and Madison but could get no answer
except that the Mayo operator said
Goodbread was in Madison and was
expected to leave for Ocala Thursday
morning. Thursday morning we got
a wire from Goodbread saying that
he was not coming back to Ocala and
asking that his clothes be expressed
to him. It was too late then to get a
pitcher. We tried to gelr Hubbard
f rom Lawtey, but he was not in town
and by the time we could get in touch
with him the train would have left
It was up to us to do the best wo
could with what we had. Clements
said that his arm was too sore to
pitch, but we asked him to come Out
anyway. He went to a doctor and had
his arm burned and massaged but it
still was too stiff to be any good. We
phoned Homer Luffman to be here in
case of need and before the game he
showed better form than Clements, so
we pitched him. We regret not hav
ing a man ready for Leesburg but as
stated above it wasn't our fault this
Now we have to get another pitcher.
Who ? We don't know. In order to get
one we will have to be sure of $300 to
j.ay him for the rest of the season.
Below is a wire sent to Mickler.' If
he says yes and we can see where the
money is coming from, we will' get
.'tOcala, Fla, July 15. 1921."
"Mr. Fred Mickler, care Madison
Drug Co., Madison, Fla.i
"Will you accept one seventy-five
per month to pitch here ?
If you fans want Mickler or some
other good pitcher, you will have to
help us out some. If those who have
subscribed to the support of the team
will all pay up we will have enough
but like every other drive ever made
there are some names on the list who
have done all the talking with their
pencils and have not yet let their
money do much of the talking. Then
there are some who have not sub
scribed and have not yet given. There
may be a few who have given but
who still feel like helping some more.
We have about $300 in the bank
now. We owe about war tax ana
$100 to Harry Wood for the expense
of his car for trips down here all the
season. These figures are approxi approximate
mate approximate but are fairly close to the cor correct
rect correct amounts. Harry Wood has not
yet sent in his bill and I have not
figured the war tax yet for June but
it will run about as the figures above.
We have games to give to Inverness,
Oak and Leesburg at our own expense
while Winter Garden owes us a game
at her expense. Taken all in all we
ought to make a little money in this
exchange of games unless- rains hap happens
pens happens to intervene. We will need some
more money to help it out. Let all
the classes mentioned in this article
donate as they feel that the spirit is
moving them and let the spirit have
a 23-jewei movement.
L. T. Izlar, Secretary.
Eight Women Throw Red Pepper and
Start a General Fight in Greitt
(Assoc fated Press?
Great Falls, Mon July 16 The ar arrest
rest arrest of eight women charged with
throwing red pepper in the face of
men who took the places of striking
city street and garbage collection em employes
ployes employes precipitated a small riot here
last night. One thousand strike sym sympathizers
pathizers sympathizers stormed the police station
where the women were being given a
hearing and two women broke from
the police and leaped through a win window
dow window into the- arms of the people be below.
low. below. Policemen were stationed on
top of all downtown buildings to stop
the throwing of brickbats at men who
had replaced all strikers and the mob
at the police station was dispersey
with a fire hose.
BUSINESS AND OCCUPATION
x TAXES ARE NOW DUE
Jacksonville, July 16. D. T. Geirow,
collector of internal revenue of the
district of Florida, says that all fed
eral occupation taxpayers must make
a return, and pay 'taxes on the class
of business that" is subject to tax,
during the month of July, otherwise
they will be subject to a statutory
penalty in such cases, which is 15
of the tax involved.
Occupations subject to tax are list
Wholesale dealers in uncolored oleo
margarine, $200 per annum.
Retail dealers in uncolored oleo
margarine, $6 per annum.
Wholesale dealers in colored oleo
margarine, $480 per annum.
Retail dealers in colored oleomar
garine, $48 per annum
Manufacturers of adulterated
ter, $600 per annum.
Wholesale dealers in adulterated
butter, $480 per annum.
Retail dealers in adulterated but
ter, $48 per annum.
Pawn brokers, $100 per annum.
Ship brokers, $50 per annum.
Custom house brokers, $50 per an
Proprietors of theaters, or concert
halls: Seating capacity not over 250,
$50 per annum; seating capacity over
seating capacity over 500 but not over
seating caapcity over 500, not over
800, $150 per' annum; seating capa capacity
city capacity over 800. $200 per annum.
Proprietors or agents of publk ex exhibitions,
hibitions, exhibitions, $15 per annum.
Proprietors of bowling alley3 and
billiard rooms, each alley or table, $10
Proprietors of shooting galleries,
$20 per annum.
Proprietors of riding academies,
$100 per annum.
Manufacturers of tobacco: Annual
sales not over 50,000 lbs., $6 per an
num; over 50,000 but not over. 100,
000, $12 per annum; over 100,030 but
not over 200,000 lbs., $24 per annum;
over 200,000 lbs., $24 per annum.
Manufacturers of cigars: Annual
sales not over 50,000 cigars, $4 per
annum; over 50.000 mst not over 100,-
000, $6 per annum; over 100,000 "but
not over 200,000, $12 per annum; over
200,000 but not over 400,00, $24 per
annum.' For each 1000 of cigars or
fractional part thereof in excess of
400,000, 10c. per thousand.
Manufacturers of cigarettes: Un
der 3 Ibs. per 1000, 6c. for each 10, 10,-000
000 10,-000 or fractional part thereof, per
Automobiles: Seating capacity over
two, not over seven, $10 per annum;
seating capacity over seven, $20 per
Motor boats, with' fixed engines,
under fie net tons, used for pleas pleasure,
ure, pleasure, $10 par annum; motor boats over
five net ions, tax attaches on length
over all: over five net tons, under 50
feet, $1 per foot; over 50 feet, net
over 100 feet, $2 per foot; over 100
feet, $4 per. foot.
The collector emphasizes that the
statute makes it mandatory upon all
motor boat owners, whether boats are
used for pleasure, trade or vocational
fishing, to register their boats in the
internal reevnue office during the
month of July, if in use, pay the tax
and receive a license thlrefor, or se secure
cure secure an exemption card.
The collector also advises the pub
lic it is unlawful to conduct any of
the above businesses without paying
the tax, as enumerated above, daring
the month of July, and all delinquents
in the month of August are subject to
a fine of $1000, under section 1308 of
the revenue acof 1918.
Jury's Recommendation to Mercy
Will Enable Her to Spin Oat a
Weary Existence in Jail
Cleveland, July 16. Mrs. Eva
Catharine Kaber was today found
guilty of murder in the first decree
with recommendation to mercy by the
jury 'which tried her on the charge of
plotting the killing of her husband,
Daniel F. Kaber. She was sentenced
to life imprisonment by Judge Ber Ber-non.
non. Ber-non. Mrs. Kaber is the first woman in
Cuyahoga county to be convicted of
first degree murder. Her counsel said
he was well satisfied with the verdict.
The prosecutor made the same ex expression.
pression. expression. Mrs. Kaber was carried
into the court room lying limp in the
arms of a deputy sheriff when the
judge pronounced sentence. The jury
got the case late yesterday but delib deliberated
erated deliberated only four hours.
GLAD TO SAVE HER NECK
The jury took only three, ballots,
the first two being nine for mercy and
three for first degree murder, with without
out without mercy. iBefore balloting the jury
discarded the insanity plea. The con convicted
victed convicted woman's counsel said he would
not appeal the case.
THE BEANTOWN CHOIR
The second appearance of this uni unique
que unique organization in Ocala was greet greeted
ed greeted last night by a full house and an
enthusiastic one. The choir more
than met the expectation aroused by
the first performance in November.
They showed that they have worked
hard musically and otherwise and the
results rewarded the effort. The
neavier cnoral numbers were sung
but-jwjth a precision and solidity that
showed careful training and' intelli intelligent
gent intelligent musical interpretation on the
part of singers and leaders. They
had the satisfying quality that is the
basis of all good choral work. The
lighter numbers were original and
delightful the fun pure, Eimple and
clean. The soloists, Mrs. Hampton,
Mr. Lucas and Mr. Gernant," were all
in their best form and all had num numbers
bers numbers that gave opportunity for their
best individual expression. The Lass
with the Delicate Air, sung by Mrs.
Hampton, was as exquisitely artistic
as anything that has been sung in
Ocala. Danny Dever, sung by Mr.
Lucas, was a dramatic and forceful
rendering of the tragic, gruesome
song. Mr. Gernant has already be become
come become known to lovers of the classical
in music as an exceptional instance
of that rare thing a good singer of
oratorio, and was quite up to his es established
tablished established standard. The new soloist,
Miss Delia Livingston, is quite young,
still a student at Brenau College. She
has a voice of great sweetness and
much promise. She was most cordial
ly received. The Beantown Choir is
in reality the choir of Grace church,
augmented by a carefully chosen num number
ber number of singers from other choirs. As
presented last night, the personnel
was as follows: Mr. Albert Gerig,
professor; Miss Wartmann, pianist;
Messrs. Lucas, Gernant, J. J. Gerig,
Edward Drake, Wood row, Dozier,
Davies, Wilford Harold, Blaude Bar Bar-nett,
nett, Bar-nett, Mrs. C. E. Winston, Mrs. IL B.
Clarkson, Mrs. R. N. Dosh, Mrs. IL
M. Hampton, Misses Tillie Pasteur
and Delia Livingston. The Ocala
public thanks the choir for an eve evening
ning evening of great and profitable pleasure.
ANGE AND WARLNG
CASE AT ORLANDO
Orlando, July 16- R. D. Waring
was sentenced today to six months in
jail and a fine of $400 and costs. If
the fine is not paid an additional
sentence of six months will be impos
ed to begin at the expiration of 'the
first six months. Waring was con convicted
victed convicted of 'aggravated assault upon J.
F. Ange, a local banker, whom he
shot March 30th. His counsel has
.given notice of an appeal and Waring
has put up $1000 bafl.
NEGRO CONFESSES TO MURDE1C
Petersburg," Va July 16. Raleigh
Haskins, a negro, confessed today
that he and Judge Griffith, another
negro, murdered Stephen C White,
postmatser at Harpers Run, Dinwid Dinwiddle
dle Dinwiddle county,, last Thursday. Griffith
denied he had a hand in the killing,
but admitted he was present when
Haskins beat the old man to death
with a brick and cut his throat. Rob Robbery
bery Robbery was the motive.
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has resumed its summer editions.
This is a country of magnificent
distances; magnificent ideals and mag magnificent
nificent magnificent meannesses
. Cheiitnuts are much more scarce and
costly than they used to be; never nevertheless,
theless, nevertheless, you can always find a good
many in the college papers.
The' census returns for the com commonwealth
monwealth commonwealth of Australia give a total
population of 5,419,702, an increase of
064,697 since 1911. Australia is a
The Times-Union remarks that with
the equalization of taxes will come
- the lifting of v the burden. Correct,
but when may we expect the equaliza
tion, please? Winter Haven Chief.
When the angels assess your prop
. erty in the New Jerusalem.
A group of Missouri capitalists
have purchased and will develop 26,
000 acres in Marion county. Missou
rians may have to be shown, but when
this is done it does not take them long
to get into action. Exchange.
Well, we can show them.
A man who drives an automobile
while lander the influence of liquor de deserves
serves deserves to be sent to the penitentiary,
for he is a potential slayer of inno innocent
cent innocent persons and a menace to traffic
St. Petersburg Independent.
Gosh! but wouldn't the pen be
Another circular for 1 the "Honest
Partners Self-Supporting Industrial
School for -t Boys, Bernard Carliij
founder, Countess C. O. S. vonSchi vonSchi-mon
mon vonSchi-mon 'president," arrived in the mail
this m orning. We don't know wheth-
er the circular is one left over from
the old scheme the Star exploded
some years ago, or whether its pro promoters
moters promoters are trying to build up another;
but there is no such school in Marion
.We don't know whether our ex ex-servica
servica ex-servica men will ever receive a bonus
or not. If they were in the majority,
as were the veterans of the civil war,
they would stand some chance. The
census; of 1860 gave the population of
the United States at about thirty-one
million people, of whom over twenty
million were in the north. The enlist enlist-MICKIE
MICKIE enlist-MICKIE SAYS:
i ORAGr EKN IKi WERE. PER A
oCrtm j eciHiw-tucM van
ments in the federal army and navy
were over 2,600,000 and while a large
number of these came from abroad
the great majority were from the
best families of the northern states.
It was hard to find a family, north or
south, that had not at least one repre
sentative in the service. So the vet
erans had great political power, which
they failed not to use.. In. the world
war, about live million Americans en
listed, while there were at least
twenty-five million voters. Conse Consequently,
quently, Consequently, the veterans are in the mi minority,
nority, minority, and they needn't expect any anything
thing anything that the politicians dont want
to give them.
ISNT IT TIME TO STOP IT
Men edit 99.9 per cent or more cf
all the papers and magazines, write
95 per cent of the news and opinions,
about four-fifths of the fiction, poetry
and drama, and all but an infinites
imal part of the scientific and techni
cal reading. ?- In literature, man has a
giant's power, and he has used it like
a giant. ;
The most picayunishi of the many
small ways in which man has used
his pen and printing press has been
in his constant references to woman's
clothes. We think it possible that
Adam made' no facetious remarks
about Eve's figleaves, but if he didn't
it wa3 because he didn't- know how.
And we wou!dnt be surprised to find
out on judgment day that the sainted
Abel was more sophisticated than his
pa in that respect. ?
At' any rate in all the writings of
men, from the days of cuneiform brick
to these, when the flying presses turn
off tens oi thousands of pages per
hour, there appears a strong tendency
to comment on the garb of women;
most of the comment unfair, a good
deal of it indecent. And to the best
of this scribe's knowledge the afore
said tendency has never been so rot
ten or so prevalent as it is now.
Pick up almost any newspaper and
you will find a large proportion of its
space given to remarks about ? worn
en's dress, about their stockings and
skirts, their low-cut bodices, insinua
tions not only about their most intl
mate garments but about what they
Isn't it time for gentlemen to stop
this, and isn't it time for gentlemen
to make blackguards stop it?
It would make any man mad to hear
coarse remarks made about his wife,
his sister, his sweetheart or girl
friend. We will not put the mothers
in the category for vile remarks about
them are unthinkable. And every
woman stands sacred in some man's
The only immodesty in the female
form exists in the minds of men. They
are as God made them, or as scientists
would say as they have evoluted from
lower forms of humanity. They are
cleaner in mind and heart today than
ever before in the history of the
Why should not our leading publi publications
cations publications start a movement to elimi eliminate
nate eliminate from print coarse jokes and sly
insinuations about the garb and shape
of women ? It would take mighty
few months, if they all worked to together,
gether, together, to put a taboo on the subject.
Many little boys of ten or even less
make remarks about the girl friends
of their relatives, and sometimes
about their own relatives, that are as
bad as anything a libertine could say.
Why? Because they hear similiar .re .remarks
marks .remarks from men, or read them. There
are mighty few boy s of ten now who
cannot read and understand print.
If the little ones now beginning to
toddle were brought up in communi communities
ties communities where they never heard indecent
remarks about their mothers and sis
ters, and other women and girls, they
would see nothing immodest nor un
usual in short skirts and low cut
waists and would look on women's
legs as nothing more than useful con
nections between their knees and their
feet. For of a truth that is all they
are, except often things of beauty
and symmetry for the eye of the
artist to dwell upon with delight un
tainted by any lewd thought.
"Honi soit qui mal y pense." To
the pure all things are pure. Let all
of us great journalists fumigate our
minds, as a preparation for deoder
izing the" minds of others.
W. D. Turnley is an announced can candidate
didate candidate for the mayoralty -of Fort
Meade, and his "platform" reads good.
His friends say he will make" even
a better mayor than he makes plat
forms. Tampa Tribune.
Mr. Turnley used to be a resident
of Marion. If he is elected, he will,
unless he has changed greatly, make
the Fort Meadites walk a chalk line.
The Georgia legislature is now dis
cussing tne regulation of women s
clothes. Some day the women are go
ing to get tired of this silly chatter
and regulate the discussions of legis
latures. Jacksonville Metropolis.
Just so they dont try to regulate
men's habits (including their clothes),
We can stand it.
FIRST AID TO'
make your old shoes as good as
Don t wait until the sole is worn
entirely through, but when you see
the outer sole becoming thin, let' us
renew it for you. We use only the
of material and guarantee our
work. All work called for and deliv delivered
ered delivered promptly.
OCALA ELECTRIC SHOE SCOP
114 S. Magnolia St. Phone 143
U. S. USCO TREAD
Here is the U. S. Usco
Tread, with a long-established
standard of service
among motorists who have
an eye to value, as well as
to price. While selling for
less than the other tires in the
U. S. Fabric line, the Usco
has earned a reputation for
quality and dependable econ economy
omy economy which is not exceeded
bj any tire in its class.
,' are Good Tires
U. S. USCO TREAD
U.S. CHAIN TREAD
U.S. NOBBY TREAD
U. S. ROYAL CORD
U. S. RED & GREY TUBES
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Pasteur & Johnson, Anthony, Fla.
Robert A,' Swain, Anthony, Fla.
Nelson & Company, Belleview, Fla.
Hamey & Company, Citra, Fla.
Gatrell-Osteen Company, Fairfield.
is the spirit of modern times.
The organized endeavor of the
men behind this bank the ex experience,
perience, experience, knowledge and vision
of. our officers and directors
makes a connection here all
the more desirable.
Avail yourself of our organiza organization
tion organization by becoming a member of
our family of depositors.
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank
PEOPLE used to be se secretly
cretly secretly envious of the
young fellow who came
tearing up the street and
stopped his car with a jerki
Now they are inclined to
criticise such abuse of tires.
A mark of the growing con con-sciousness
sciousness con-sciousness about tires -their
service, their work,
This same respect for a good
tire is the reason why the four foursquare
square foursquare tire dealer has passed' up
odds and ends, "job lots", "sec "seconds",
onds", "seconds", "cut prices" and come
out squarely with the standard
quality service of U. S. Tires.
He is getting a
bigger, and also bet better,
ter, better, tire business than
he ever had before.
He is dealing now
with his own kind
"Urnrrn im a mmm
ofthm 92 U.
Arlo Box Company, Oak, Fla.
Auto Sates Com nan Ocala. Fla.
Kumback Service Station, Ocala,
Oca La Gas Engine Works, Ocala,
, Tucker & Simmons, Ocala, Fla.
DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR CARS
HANDLE U. S. TIRES
of people. The substantial cit citizen.
izen. citizen. The man who knows
that you can't get something
for nothing. The steady cus customer
tomer customer not the bargain hunter.
To the man who has not yet
learned the standard tire serv service
ice service he is. entitled to we say
. Go to the dealer" in U. S. Tires
and make him show you.
Here is a man in close touch
with one of the 92 U.S. Factory
Branches a constant supply of
fresh, live U. S. Tires.
The U. S. Tire ycu buy is a tire
built For curren t demands. No
overproduction. No piling up of
stock. No loss of mileage by
hanging around on
the dealer's racks.
Every way you
look at it, a par qual quality
ity quality tire at a net
in cloa touch with oom
S. Factory Bimnchma"
Redding's Garape, Roddick, Fla.
It. D. Douglas, Weirsdale, Fla.
Weirsdale Garape, Weirsdale, Fla.
Dunnellon Supply Co, Dunne! Ion, Fla.
W. W. Yongue, Oklawaha, Fla.
Attractive ads. pay big dividends.
OCA LA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, JULY 16. 1921
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
This bank has been in existence for ten years. Its policy is conserva conservative,
tive, conservative, but at the same time it is in full accord with modern ideas.
Therefore, the condition of the institution has always been sound and its
The Officers will be glad to talk over Banking relations with you at any
time, and pledge themselves to serve your interest faithfully when you entrust
your business to this strong institution.
LIEMEER OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF ATLANTA
i Ocala Gun Gab members
and banters, protect your
eyes with auto glass, un
file prove your average and
t- 4. A A mo
ekction for a few days only.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Meet me at the Union Station
Restaurant for a regular family style
dimoer Best dinner in the state for 75
VeUU. JLtdl SUU UlUia. au jwu. nam.
Dinner 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. Owned
Bring us your
and Auto Repairing
AUTOGENOUS WELDING CO.
& Orange St. h
and operated by 100 Americans. 1 FISHEL'S
Best grade Homespun 91? cents at
1 Geo. MacKay 8 Co.
ff Ocala, Fla.
HUGH GRADE PAINT E
AT THE CHURCHES TOMOEEOW
We have a few more Ladies' Hats
we are sacrificing. FISHEL'S 3t
(Eer. W. F. Creson. Pastor)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. .Mr. N.
A. Russell, superintendent.
7 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
John J. Neighbour, Eector
Eighth Sunday after Triinty
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
7:30 a- m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser sermon.
mon. sermon. Subject, "The Reward of In
All invited cordially.
aW. White, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday scfcooL L. W.
11 a. m. Preaching by the presid
7 p. m. Senior League.
8 p. m. Preaching by the pastor.
Music by young people's choir.
All services in Temple theater.
Rev. a L. Collins, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship with
sermon bv Rev. Mr. McDaniel, of
7 p. m.-Senior B. Y. P. U.
7 p. m.-Munior B. Y. P. U.
8 n. m. Evening sermon by Dr.
ing on Christ Mean
Baptism at night service.
Ekek-Drtsxlii, Lex; ia Sseeessf&I
Use, misI by Jta Arkzssis
. Hslisr, "Seta Dsts
Hart&aduie. Ark. SpeaMag ef
Taedfonl's Blaek-Drausht, which, from
Iocg use ia her household has become
resardad as "the lamiiy meiiane,
Mrs. Mary E. H1IL of Routa 1, this
"When tha children get bilious, I
give them a couple of good dose, and
when we havt sour stomach, headache,
or any liver : or stomach troubla, we
use Black-Draught It is an easy laxa laxative,
tive, laxative, and soon does the work. '1 cer
tainly think it is one ot the test rem remedies
edies remedies made."
Black-Draught acts on the laded
liver, gently, but positively, and helps
it la Its important function of throw throwing
ing throwing out waste materials and poisons
from the system.
Ia thousands of households Black-
Draught is kept handy for immediate
use la time of need. Prompt treatment
often is half the battle, and will often
prevent slight ills, from developing in
to serious troubles.
Its well-established merit, during
more than 70 years of successful use.
should convince you of the helpful
effects obtainable by taking Black-
Draught for liver and stomach dis
orders. Get a package today, and
keep it ia your house. See that
the package bears the words.
Thedlord's Black-Draught" NC-H1
EAT AT THE MAXIXE
THE VOGUE I
Sugar and Milk have greatly reduced in price. !g
We can therefore serve drinks and creams cheaper.
Every Thursday and
Sunday 5 to 8 p. m.
- Fnrf 81
Plus 8c War Tax
Bring Ycm Picnic Supper csi
! Enjoy the Cool Breezes
of Silver River
For iafoniialisis sec cr p&sse
W. L Carmichse!-
Boats Ooen for Charter
At All Times
Best meals in the citv for 50 cents-
Subject, "What Does Believ- Twenty-one meal tkket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street 27-tf
NEEDHAM F.I0T0R CO.
General Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CAES FOR SALE
Cars Washed $1.00
Oklawaha kve. & Orange St
Christian Science Serrices
Boom 5. Merchant's Block Block-11
11 Block-11 o'clock Sundays.
Wednesday evening meeting
Ice Cream Cones 4c, -War Tax lc.5c
Coca Cola 4c, WarTax lc 5c
Ice Cream, Dish 9c, War Tax lc.lOc
Chocolate Milk 7c, War Tax lc:8c
Limeade 9c, War Tax lc 10c
Come to see us. Welappreciate yourl patronage.
Milk Shake 9c, War Tax lc 10c
Malt Milk 13c, War Tax 2c 15c
All Sundaes 18c, War Tax 2c--20c
All, Bonbons 23c, War Tax 2c.25c
All Parfaits 23c, War Tax 2c.--.25c
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lillilll W wmli UM(Dlv3 Hjtl
' WdDrtl dDf tier Groceries
SATURDAY AND MONDAY
APPEAL FOR THE
OUR DELIVERY IS TREE
A(1D OUR PRICES SECOND TO NONE
Maxwell House Coffee, 1 lb. can
I Best Self-rising Flour, 12 lb. ba
( t 4 2
No. 2 can Tomatoes, per can
" 44 doz.
Dime Brand Milk, per can
Eagle Brand Milk, 44
J. H. SPENCER
W. R. PEDRICK
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
"VESTA" Battery Ser Service
vice Service Station
's Service Station
FOR ALL MAKES OF
GOODYEAR and U. S.
TIRES and TUBES
GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE
FULLY EQUIPPED GARAGE, EMPLOYING ONLY EFFICIENT
MECHANICS, ASSURING PROMPT SER.VICE AT ALL TIMES
Spencer-Pciflrick Motor Co.
OCALA, PHONE 271 FLORIDA
Cash and Carry leal Marliel
Located in the CRESCENT GROCERY CO.'s Store
TWO PHONES: 162377
. .65 M
" -Tt. I
Some years ago there was a saying
in political circles something like
this: "Makes no diffeernce H he is a
hound, you must quit kiclrin my dog
around." Being parent of some little
boys and hearing them repeat it
kept us from forgetting that saying.
In behalf of those little boys and our
neighbors's little boys and girls, we
want to start a new saying which we
believe will be echoed by many par parents
ents parents in this county: Yoa must quit
trying to carry our country schools
With a new superintendent, whose
speech in our community a year ago,
when he was a candidate for office,
still lingers in our; memory, we had
cherished hopes of being able to do
as he said (and he stressed the point
then) "build up the country schools."
Now we are told that he wants to car carry
ry carry our schools to Ocala in trucks,
holding up to us the superior advan
tages of the Ocala school. We grant
you, they are--the whole county, led
by the superintendent ought to make
a good school for our county seat and
we are proud of both. But now help
the country schools too, for we need
the help. We were promised so much.
Just a little leniency and co-operation
just now to get us running good and
we are confident we can go alone.'
Space would not be given us here
to tell you of the many disadvantages
of sending children, mostly little ones,
to Ocala to school. On the other
hand, may we plead that we have a
pride for our community that forbids
us giving up our schooL We need not
tell you what a power a good school
is for any community, and we so
much desire to see just what was
promised us in that never to be for forgotten
gotten forgotten speech a junior high school
in every community where practica
ble. We desire to work up to just
that, and then our boys and girls can!
finish in high school and if it is not
too crowded we will all go in and see
them presented their diplomas.
We have a large, roomy school
building out here, almost new, and
we feel a delicacy in crowding out the
Ocala school children for we know
they have no room to spare. Please
. i i
quit trying to "carry our scnoois i y.r-r rr- CCssv-O--SNgY
around" but come out to see us, look ..r....r.. c''syvv
the situation over, and help us make
a recork breaking year of good school
iwork. Let's make history together:
The superintendent- give every bit of
i help to country schools that is in his
power and we show our appreciation
by keeping our children m school ev
ery day and co-operating with the
teachers and superintendent, and
build up schools in every community
possible. But please quit trying to
'carry our schools around, thereby
striking at the very foundation of the
best asset we can possibly have, we
trust .Mr. Shealy to make good, and )
we will try in every way to improve. Jja
Since an ine scnoois m we cuu.ui.jr i
can't be carried into Ocala, please
j make an example of Shady of just
what a small school can become with
the help of a live, willing superinten superintendent.
dent. superintendent. Begin with Shady. Please quit
trying to "carry our schools around."
We handle stall fed Beet 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 Meal DlorM
Bertram Ibbetson & Co.,
of Atlanta, Georgia,
Will cpen cno&ce in the tommercicVBankBdHL'i2
of Ocala, Florida, effective July 1st, 1921, for the
practice of Accounting, Systejnctizvtg,"', LicczitTcx
Consultation end Preparation cf Returns.
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250 PEACHTREE STREET
We thank you. Mrs. Douglas.
Shady, July 15-
OCALAT EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1921
Hats left in the shop over thirty
days will Le sold for charges. J. Melin,
Suppose some queer trick of
fate made you the owner of this
service station and me the cus customer.
tomer. customer. And I came in some day red
ho because my battery had gone
And I had missed my train
And I lost out on an important cn cn-.
. cn-. gagement
. And disappointed a good customer
V And stood to lose a lot of money
You bet your life I'd be good
and sore, but I'm mighty sure I
couldn't ask for any more cour courtesy
tesy courtesy and consideration and
square dealing and SERVICE
than we are giving right now
day after day.
Hie time to have us look at
your battery is before anything
OCALA STORAGE BATTERY CO.
Phone 348 OCALA, f LA.
Thnaded Robber Battery.
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published a3 information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-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 Tamra-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. K.
2:27 am Jacks onville-N' York 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jfcsonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
5:24 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Ihinnellon-Wilcox x
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
B:30pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.
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n u ii.. .H ai hi hm m m sugp ,..pjp m m m
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If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hopkins of
Fairfield are among the Saturday
visitors to Ocala.
Overland, 5-passenger touring, Al
shape. A buy at $175. Spencer Spencer-Pedrick
Pedrick Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. 11-tf
Mrs. Mary G. Chambers, who has
been in Greenville, S. C, for the past
two months, is expected home today.
Overland, 5-passenger touring, Al
shape. A buy at $175. Spencer-
Pedrick Motor Co. 11-tf
Mr. James Pyles went to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville yesterday to attend to business
Panama hats cleaned and reblocked,
75c. Royal Qeaners, J. Melin," Hat Hatter.
ter. Hatter. 13-tf
The first time Ocala ladies have
had an opportunity to get DAY
DREAM face powder. It's at the
Court Pharmacy. 6-tf
John Batts, who has been at the
home of his parents for the past
week, returned yesterday to Miami.
He came especially to see his brother,
Mr., George Batts.
The talk of the town among the la ladies
dies ladies who know is the complete line of
Day Dream toilet articles now to be
had at the Court Pharmacy. 6-tf
Read our special BOOS OFFER
elsewhere. THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
Miss Blair Wood row and Miss
Eloise Henry went to North Lake
Weir today to be the week-end guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence, Camp and
: i ;
Everybody likes KEDS on account
of their good wearing qualities. We
have just received a new shipment.
Mrs. Baynard of Auburndale and
her daughter, Mrs. Penh of Tampa,
who have been having a pleasant visit
in Ocala as the guests of Mrs. E. M.
Howard, will return to their respec respective
tive respective homes tomorrow.
Don't accept a substitute for Fed Federal
eral Federal bread. Insist on having the best.
It costs no more than the other
. Mrs. Sanford Jewett and daughters
of Lakeland, are'expected to arrive in
Ocaal today and will be guests of
Miss Meta Jewett. Miss Alice Cul Cul-len,
len, Cul-len, who has been visiting Margaret
Jewett, will return home with them.
Many NEW BOOKC at THE
BOOK SHOP.' 16-3t
If you trade with us come in and
get one of our Japanese Reed Fans.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon. Mason have
gone to Fernandina for a few days'
visit with Mrs. Mason's father, Mr.
F. B. Beckham. Mrs- Mason expects
to return to Ocala the firts of the
Yes, those delicious sandwiches she
served the other day were made o!
Federal rolls. They are always fresh fresh-baked
baked fresh-baked twice a day. 15-6t
Miss Daisy Bell left today for Mi
ami. She was accompanied by little
Miss Betty Harris, who .has been
spending some time in Ocala with her
father Mr. T. H. Harris, at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris.
Let us deliver your grocery order
with your fresh meats each morning.
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 28-tf
Mrs. G. D. Washburn of Miami, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by her little granddaugh granddaughter,,
ter,, granddaughter,, arrived in Ocala yesterday for a
two weks' visit, combining business
with pleasure. Part of the time Mrs.
Washburn will spend in Belleview
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
, Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Lane and their
niece, Miss Minnie Jones, left today
for Daytona Beach for the week-end.
They will be accompanied as far as
DeLand by Mr. J. W. Marshall of pk pk-lawaha.
lawaha. pk-lawaha. r
The inspirational meeting of 1 the
Woman's Auxiliary of the Presbyterian-church
will be held Monday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at four o'clock. Mrs. N. A.
Russell,secretary"bf Sunday school
extension and young people's work,
This is & Studebaker year.
The party of Odd Fellows who
went to Oxford Thursday night re
port a pleasant and instructive occas
ion. They helped six candidates thru
the initiatory and first degrees. After
the work, the Ocala men and their
hosts sat down to a fine sapper. Ox Oxford
ford Oxford has a good lodge, many of the
members being farmers who have to
come in from a considerable dis distance.
tance. distance. Those attending from Ocala
were Messrs. Little, Ditto, Converse,
Jordan, Colbert and Carter. Also,
Turney Colbert, who was master me mechanic
chanic mechanic on one of the cars and helped
eat the supper.
Day Dream extracts and toilet wa waters,
ters, waters, a full line, just received at the
Court Pharmacy. 6-tf
Mr. Jesse Donaldson,, wife and chil children
dren children of Opp, Ala., are visiting Ocala
friends. They like the looks of Mar Marion
ion Marion county.
Don't forget the American Legion
picnic on Silver and Oklawaha rivers
Thursday, July 21. The boats will
leave the springs at 4 p. m., and all
hands want to be on deck at that
time. It promises to be a most pleas pleasant
ant pleasant occasion and shouldn't be missed
by any who can go.
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
Mrp C. .H. Rudolph and wife of
Paima Sola, are visiting friends in J
Mrs. J. W.' Davis entertained yes yesterday
terday yesterday at a moving picture party in
honor of Miss Virginia Oliver. About
eighteen girls were invited to meet
at the ,home of Mrs. Davis and from
there the party went to the Temple,
where they enjoyed the movies, later
returning to the home of Mrs. Davis,
where refreshments consisting of an
ice course, were served. Mrs. Oliver
and Miss Virginia came to Ocala
about a month ago from Arlington,
Ga,, to join Mr. Oliver, and are now
.making their home with Mrs. J. W.
Davis. Miss Virginia will attend the
Ocala high school in the fall and this
delightful party was given that she
might make the acquaintance 'of her
future school friends.
f: yre Florida and Western
m Handle Mt
fp Nothing A Complete line of Quality Groceries
5& Btlf the including the famous Qversea"
M R F 'f T' Products
I COOK'S MARKET
Tf. PHONE 243 AND GROCERY
J UL Y CLEA
A clean-up of all remaining 'summer
Ready-to-Wear and Dry Goods
at prices from
25 to 50 less
Lower prices on Sheets, Pillow Cases,
Millinery at half price
Sale will continue tor the balance of
"The Fashion Center"
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
17 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
jnth a dollar's worth of other groc groc-ries
ries groc-ries for cash,. Saturday and Mondav
rly. Pnone 377.
wky-tf H. B. WHITTTNGTON.
Mr. E. C. Bennett returned Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night from Roanoke, Va where
he has been visiting relatives, going
especially to attend the wedding of
his sister. Miss Elizabeth Bennett,,
wiio accompanied her father to Roan Roanoke,
oke, Roanoke, will remain there for some time.
Straw sailor hats cleaned 50c. Royal
Cleaners, J. Melin, Hatter. 13-tf
Miss Annie Lester Patterson, who
has been' the attractive guest of Mr.
and Mrs. !W. W. Harriss, left yester yesterday
day yesterday for her home in Clearwater.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
The literary meeting of the mis missionary
sionary missionary society will be held with
Mrs. Walter Hood Monday afternoon
at 4 o'clock.
Get a sample of Day Dream powder
at the Court Pharmacy. 6-tf
Mrs. Wayne ,Ten Eyck, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by her sister, Miss Georgia
Long, expect to leave early tomorrow
for Georgia for a visit with relatives.
CLUB STATIONERY at THE
JBOOK SHOP. 16-3t
The Knights of Pythias will be
working in the rank of esquire at the
regular meeting Monday night.
We are still receiving Ladies' Mid Mid-Summer
Summer Mid-Summer and Sport Hats. Fishel's. 3t
New Victor Records at THE BOOK
W. K. Lane, M. D, physician and
mrgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat.' Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
Ask for Day Dream rouge and tal talcum
cum talcum powder at the Court Pharmacy. 6t
This is a Studebaker year.
Mr. Bruce Meffert has been in
Jacksonville the last few days of this
week, participating in the state ama
teur trap shoot. The following are
the official averages for the 200-1G
yard single target championship:
Williams ,192 x 200
Sam Gray 1S9 x 200
Tom Aycock 188 x 200
T. A. Hansbrough 1ST x 200
R. B. Meffert 1S2 x 200
CARPENTIER WANTS TO
- i TRY IT AGAIN
(Associated Press t
New" York, July 1G. Notwithstand Notwithstanding
ing Notwithstanding his defeat, Georges jCarpentier it
is reported here in boxing circles, will
seek a return match with Dempsey.
He is said to, believe that by adopting
an open style of fighting he may be
able to win.
Ask your grocer for the best bread.
He knows you mean Federal tread. Ct
Want a used car? i We have some.
Real buys. Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Why buy a sewing machine "that
has no reputation and you know noth nothing
ing nothing about, when the SINGER is sold
on its reputation and backed by Singer ;
service "as long as it exist3. Easyj
terms. Phone 542.
Singer Sewing Machine Co.,
317 North Magnolia St.,
7-12-tf Ocala, Fla.
SPECIAL PRICES ON
For a few days we ire offering six
popular fiction at $5 and thirteen for
$10. This offer "includes:
MARY ROBERTS RIUNEIIART, I
GENE STRATTON PORTER,
and all of your favorite writers; 750
titles from which to select. This is
an opnortunity to secure your SUM
MER READING at a real bargain.
16-3t THE BOOK SHOP.
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.
Want a used car? We have some.
Real buys. Spencer-Pedrick Motor
Just received a nenv shipment of
VINDEX and E. & W. Shirts., At
See GEO. DOLE lor Concrete
Work of All Kinds. (In rear of
303 N. Main. St.) Curbing for
ceraefery, flower bed or street
40c and cpwards per foot, set
In place. Flowrr pots and
op apiece. Porch boxes 5 feel
long $6 each. Will manufac manufacture
ture manufacture anything you want in con concrete.
crete. concrete. Our Specialty Lj
MAZON & CO.
between Ten Cent Store and Ge rig's
C. Cecil Bryant
Gary Block, Over 10c Store
Day Phone 47. Night l'hofle 515
GEORGE MarKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton. Mgr.
I Unclassified ads. gets results.
SEE ME FOR
Everything in the Balding Line
My Work is Guaranteed
W. A. TINSFflAN
"The Sluccc Men' Phone 525
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
17 pounds of 'sugar for one dollar,
th a dollar? worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
wky-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
VANTE, LOST. FOUND. FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
GUAVAS Fine Lake Griffin guavas
for sale in crate lots. Suitable for
jellies. vPiice l..r.O crate f. o. b.
LecsLurg. Ortler NOW to be sure
you get them. F. E. Wetherbee,
Agent, Leesburg, Fla. 7-o-tf
FOR SALE Strand wood, split pine
and oak, 3 and S3.50 per strand.
Leav2 'orders at Jirash Grocery.
Phone 413. 13-12t
Three quarter Jersey
cor, gentle and dehorned, with fine
heifer calf three weeks old. Milk
cows for sale at all time?. Anthony
Farms, Anthony, Fla. 13-Ct
FARM FOP. SALE First class 320 320-acre
acre 320-acre farm six miles from Ocala on
hard road. One well finished 8-room
- hou?e with wide verandas; also 3 3-room
room 3-room house; good deep well with
gasoline er.gine r.nd pumping outfit;
good barn, smokehouse, sheds, etc.
All under good wire fence; half un under
der under cultivation; uncleared land has
valuable timber. Pasture has never never-failing
failing never-failing pond. Horses, cattle, hogs,
etc. Everything ready to go to work,
Tlvs is a real bargain at the price,
. $17,500. Can be handled for $7500
cash, 'with liberal terms on balance.
If interefted write me and I will be
pleased to "show you." "Owner,"
care Star. Ocala, Fla. 13-3t
WANTED Have from $500 to $1000
to invest in some paying business.
What h?ve you to offer? Prefer a
mercantile business. P. II. Bufkin,
Kola, Miss. 14-Ct
FOR SALE Dandy little 15-acre
farm; .four-room houe, deep well'
with pump; barn, smoko house;
yoair mare; cow, yearling; farm
tools; three acres sweet potatoes;
eight acres peanuts; some, hogs. All
go with place at a very low price.
S. S. Savage Jr. r 14-Ct
WANTED Some one to turn over
25 acres of land with tractor. Land
was planted in tomatoes this season.
Apply to P. O. Box 445 at or&e. 12t
FOR SALE Five acre tract 1 1-4
miles from Ocala on Anthony road;
all cleared and fenced; three-room
bungalow; good well; fruit trees.
Also Ford truck. Price $800. Henry
. Reinhardt, care Star. 14-Gt
FOR SALE Iron water tank, in
good order, 000 gallon capacity,
with 40 or 50 feet of pipe. Apply to
Sar oiTice or write to box '404,
A OI is my phone number, and
tQt all kind? of HAULING
(whether light or heavy, short or long
distance)" is my business. Household
moving and baggage my specialties.
L. E. Cordrej-. 15-tf
SEND $1.00 and receive, post'
paid, two and three-quarter :
pounds of Smoked Mullet, the
kind that's good. Address Da David
vid David Phillips, 217 N. Beach St.,
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and bi-tter
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Just One Mouthful
In tfce suNia.'h .-f a ?!iark ivcently
car-lured o!T An'traiia v.;re found ft
inDJinH tin a:;d tl.e it-iu'teaJe bcttl
bd1 a woman's hatl.m; suit. The
inutfiJi tin :ij'i iernotjade bottle'5
icljrtJt be !:ttJe 210":a:!t. to get down,
but frarHy if w.mj' !(.t call for the
guli'ln? Kltiijty of it nhurii to swallyw