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WEATHER FORECAST Generally fair tonight and Wednesday. Partly cloudy, probably local showers.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 78; this afternoon, 94.
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 1921
III HERE HERE
Conferred with Oar Commissioners on
the Befit Plan to Build Marion
Judge Phillips, chairman of the
state highway department, and Major
Browne, state highway engineer, held
a conference here this morning in theT.
courthouse with the board of county
commissioners for the purpose of mak making
ing making arrangements for the construction
of the Dixie Highway, which is state
road No. 2, and state road No. 5, thru
this county. As pointed out by Judge
Phillips, the highway department is at
present without funds. It being im impossible
possible impossible for the highway department
to make an appropriation of money
for the two roads in this county at
the present time the county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners have asked the department for
convicts, the necessary road building
machinery, an engineer and specifica specifications
tions specifications for the roads.. Judge Philips is
to call a meeting of the department as
soon as possible to. decide definitely to
what extent the requests of the ;oun ;oun-ty
ty ;oun-ty commissioners can be met. The
general plan proposed is that the
roads will be constructed under the
direction of the state highway de department;
partment; department; beginning at the Lake
county line where the road is at pres present
ent present exceedingly bad, the roads to be
graded, drained and the base con constructed
structed constructed with the idea' that the top
dressing be put on later when the
state has the money available. This
plan of road construction, which calls
for the construction of sub-grade and
base and giving these time to settle
before putting on the lop-dressing,' is
meeting the approval of road ; engi engineers
neers engineers and road associations through throughout
out throughout the country, according to Judge
Judge Phillips told, the commission commissioners
ers commissioners this iriorning that he was not in a
position to make any promises with
out consulting the other members of
the department. He stated that he
would call a meeting of the depart
ment for as early a date as possible,
probably to meet in Ocala, and that he
would urge that every aid possible be
given this county. The judge stated
that the highway department expected
very shortly to adopt a definite policy
for the construction' of the highways
of the state and that this policy would
be to concentrate .on the most impor
tant roads and to complete them, in
stead of scattering the department's
efforts and resources. Judge Phil Phillips
lips Phillips said that in his opinion state road
No., 2 would be.one of the roads to be
covered by the new policy and said
this was. one of the most important
highways in the state.
During the conference stress was
laid on the fact that the entire length
of 'the Dixie Highway and state road
No. 5 through this county must be
built, that the recently voted bond is issue
sue issue was for this purpose and that the
bond money could not be spent to con construct
struct construct one section of these roads only.
It is believed that the bond money
will be enough to build the roads with
the exception of the top-dressing and
that in a year or more the state will
be in a position to put the surface on.
Judge .Phillip's will urge the.state de department
partment department to complete the roads and
said he had no doubt but that this
would be provided for. He said that
the other members of the department
had expressed themselves as to the im importance
portance importance of the roads through this
STATE HIGHWAY MEN
GUESTS OF ROTARY CLUB
Judge Phillips Major Browne and
Bruce Meffert chairman of the board
of county commissioners were guests
of the Rotary Club at its regular
weekly luncheon at one o'clock today.
Brief talks were made by each. Judge
Phillips and Major Browne told the
Rotarians that there had been much
misinformation published in the news newspapers
papers newspapers in regard to the state highway
department. Judge Phillips referred
to the recent fire at Camp Johnston.
He said that the newspapers had re
ported that the loss was something
over a million dollars. The judge
said that as a matter of fact the loss
to the state was only $7000. The loss
to the federal government he said, was
larger, but that most of the material
in the warehouse that was burned was
of an. impracticable kind so far as
road building was concerned. Major
Browne stated that during the recent
session of the legislature when there
was so much discussion of the high highway
way highway department the newspaper re-
ALL ARE COIIG
TO IIIICLE SMI
Great Britain has Dropped' Pacific
Preliminary and Will Lead the
Bunch to Washington
London, Aug. 2. Great Britain has
dropped the proposal to hold a pre
liminary conference on Pacific ques questions
tions questions and has agreed to participate in
the Washington conference as orig
inally suggested by President Hard
ing, according to official circles here.
PLAYED IMPORTANT ROLE IN
EVACUATION OF GALLIPOLI
London, July 22. Lord Northcliffe
recently revealed an interesting bit of
war history concerning the evacuation
of Gallipoli. The hero of the story
was Keith Murdoch, an Australian
journalist, who is returning home to
become editor of the Melbourne Her
ald, and the occasion of the telling o
it was a iuncneon given to Mr. Mur
doch by the Times.
"It is an open secret," said Lord
Northcliffe in proposing Mr. Mur Murdoch's
doch's Murdoch's health, "that it was due to his
initiative that the Australians and the
rest "were removed from Gallipoli.
Coming to Europe for the first time
he went to Gallipoli peninsula and for
the first time the truth was revealed.
"He brought a dispatch, a very ter terrible
rible terrible dispatch which I believe was in intended
tended intended to be sent to Australia. He
showed that dispatch to me and I sug suggested
gested suggested that the time which would be
spnt in carrying that ghastly record
to the Antipodes could be better used
for the purpose, of immediate action.
I asked him to take it to Lloyd
George and one of the finest pieces
of work the prime minister did in the
war was to circulate the document to
the whole cabinet, which then consist consisted
ed consisted of 20 persons. As a result of
Keith Murdoch's dispatch immediate
action was taken and that horrible
story was concluded."
RED RUST OF RUIN
Warsaw, July 17. Railroad service
between Moscow and Kiev, Russra,
has been reduced to an average of one
train a week for freight .and passen passengers.
gers. passengers. v
Russia's transportation difficulties,
because of the geenral 'deterioration
of the railroads under the bolsheviki
regime, according to Moscow reports,
have brought about other odd situa situations.
tions. situations. While southern Russia has a
surplus of corn and has been endeav endeavoring
oring endeavoring to export it to Italy, northern
Russia has been buying the same kind
of grain from foreign countries. The
traffic situation all over central Rus Russia
sia Russia is said to be particularly serious.
The metal production of Russia is
reported to have reached only two
per cent of the pre-war figures, the
coal production about 20 per cent and
the oil production 40 per cent..
EARTHQUAKE IN ITALY
Postoffice at Bari" Collapsed and Many
( Associated Press)
Rome, Aug. 2. The postoffice build building
ing building at Bari in southeastern Italy on
the Adriatic collapsed Monday as a
result of an earthquake and eight
bodies have so far been recovered
from the ruins. Others are reported
to have been killed in the disastel and
many were injured.
porters in Jacksonville failed to go to
the office of the department for any
information, and that so far as he
knew no reporter visited the highway
department during the session of the
For the benefit of my creditors who
may have heard some very ridiculous
rumors which' have been circulated by
some jealous competitors, I wish 'to
say I have not as yet left the city and
have no intention whatsoever, but will
open another shop in the near future
where I will put out my usual stand standard,
ard, standard, high-grade work. I thank you.
l-2t F.' W. Broderick.
You are going to buy at HAR HAR-GRAVES'
GRAVES' HAR-GRAVES' Cash and Carry Store be because
cause because there youH save money. 807 S.
Lime St. 27-tf
UPS ARE DUMB
No More Will his Magnificat Voice
Thrill the Hearts and Uplift the
Souls of Thousands of En Entranced
tranced Entranced Listeners
(Associated Press J
Naples, Aug. 2. Enrico Caruso,
the famous tenor, died here today.
COULDNT SURVIVE OPERATION
London, Aug.1, 2. Enrico Caruso
was operated on Sunday, says an Ex Exchange
change Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Rome
today,- quoting a Naples message. The
operation was for abscess between the
liver and diaphragm, which caused
acute peritonitis. Caruso's wife and
his brother were at his bedside. Until
a week ago the tenor was on his way
to recovery from a long illness which
began in New York last winter when
suddenly he had an unexpected relapse
and was removed from. Sorrento to
Naples. He arrived in Naples Sunday
night and specialists called in decided
to operate immediately.
WONT GIVE UP RAY
Lansing, Mich., Aug. 2. Governor
Grosbeck has refused to permit the
extradition of Thomas Ray, a negro,
wanted in Georgia on a murder
charge. Attornels for Ray, the gov gov-erno
erno gov-erno rannounced, had produced evi evidence
dence evidence indicating the return of the ne negro
gro negro to Georgia might endanger his
life and that he might not receive a
fair trial, while the Georgia authori authorities,
ties, authorities, the governor said, had failed to
produce evidence that they had a case
HAS MADE GOOD
"I am retiring with my sense of
humor considerably frayed," remark remarked
ed remarked Oscar P. Hilburn, retiring prohibi
tion director of Florida, whose office 1
was taken Monday morning by A. L.
Allen, the new appointee. v
"If there is any prohibition joke per perpetrated
petrated perpetrated and I have not heard a thou thousand
sand thousand times, it must have sprung into
being since Saturday. This office has
been the clearing house for contra contraband
band contraband liquor and stale jokes ever since
I've ben around. With regard to the
jokes, the situation has gotten so I
can't summon up a ghost of a smile
even for a comparatively new one."
Allen was at his desk bright and
early Monday going through a mass
of correspondence and getting his
house in order. M. LaMarche, assist assistant
ant assistant field supervisor, with hearquar hearquar-ters
ters hearquar-ters in Atlanta, is in the city attend attending
ing attending to the transference of the office.
He will remain through Tuesday, by
which time the new director will be
ready, to track the wily moonshiner to
Although not ready to give out any
statement regarding the personnel of
his office, Allen says that it would be
such as to give Volstead violators very
little leeway. Not only illicit distil
leries, but other prohibition phenome
na such as gurgling hip pockets and
booze bearing aiitos are understood to
be riding for a fall.
Only about twenty assistants are
allowed the state officer. With this
small force it will hardly be possible
to patrol the 1.400 miles of Florida
seacoast against smugglers, nor to
insure that every kettle-and-worm
will be silenced. But the new director
promises as .efficient law enforcement
as may be possible.
Retiring Director Hilburn, who was
appointed to the post in November,
1919, and has since served efficiently,
will resume the practice of law this
week, in partnership with William
Pencke. Officer of the firm will be
located in the Citizens Bank building,
, Hilburn held a lieutenant's commis commission
sion commission during the world war, and was
severely wounded in an attack on a
Hun machine gun nest. Fallowing
his return from the service, he was
made judge of the juvenile court.
He was presented Sunday with
handsome gold watch and fob, as
parting gift from the members of his
department. Besides emblems of the
Scottish Rite and Shrineri orders of
Maconry. the testimonial bears the
initials of the following donors: Mrs.
Alma Bullock, Mrs. Ruby Uhrback,
Burton Barrs, Edwin Thomas and
Chief of Police F. M. Williams.
100 of the Old Favorites in Victor
records not obtainable for three years
now at THE BOOK SHOP. St
ORLANDO HAS A
Was W. H. Miltmore, Found Dead
Last Night, a Sucide or Was
vhe Murdered? I
f Associated Press) 1 I
Tampa, Aug. 2. An investigation Miami, Aug. 2. C. E. Coe, of St.
of finding the body of W. H. Miltmore Augustine, engineer in charge of
with a bullet through his heart in an building viaducts for the railroad
Orlando hotel last night is running in from Miami to Key West, and colonel
two well defined channels, according of engineers in France during the war,
to telephone advices received here, today was appointed as Miami's first
One theory is that he took his own city manager by unanimous vote of
life when he awakened and found he the city commission. Among the rec rec-was
was rec-was discovered and definitely connect- ommendations of Coe for the position
ed with the robbery of the West Palm was one from General Dawes, Presi Presi-Beach
Beach Presi-Beach postoffice. Another theory is dent Harding's appointee on the bud bud-that
that bud-that Miss Clarke, postmistress held get commission, under whom Coe serv serv-here
here serv-here in connection with the death of ed in France. Coe's salary as city
Miltmore, believed he would escape or
that she would be unable to get mon
ey from him, so killed him.
MARINE LIMIT DIDN'T
SAVE THE MARSHALL
Coastguard Schooner Seneca Captnr-
ed a Schooner Loaded with
New York, Aug. 2. The schooner
Henry L, Marshall with a cargo of
liquor was taken into custody iate
last nitrTir. fnur milps off th coast hv
the coast guard cutter Seneca, and
brought here today. The schooner was
flying the British flag but advices
from the Seneca said she carried no
papers showing transfer to British
HAD DONE GOOD BUSINESS
Officers said there was evidence
that much of the schooner's cargo had
been discharged. Documents showed
that the vessel cleared from Nassau
July 7th for Halifax and also for
Gloucester. Members of the crew de-
tained gave the names of Clarence
King, M. Murphy, L. Maul and R.
Pike. The captain, whose name was
given as K. Lausen. and the first mate,
E. Thompson, escaped in a fast motor
boat when the cutter seized the
schooner. The capture was made ofl?1the hearse was the guard of honor,
BOAT BELONGED TO A FLORIDA
Gloucester, Mass., Aug. 2. The
schooner Henry Marshall, seized by
the coast guard cutter Seneca off the
Jersey coast last night with a cargo
of liquor aboard, was a fisherman out
out Gloucester until "sold a year ago
to Wm. E. McCoy of Daytona, Fla. It
was understood she was to be used for
trading in the West Indies.
ALDEZ UNDER BOND FOR
BURNING HIS OWN STORE
Tampa, Aug. 2. Santos P. Valdez,
grocer, is at liberty today under
S1000 bond after his arrest yesterday
on an arson charge in connection with
the burning of his store.
FIRE IN THE NEW YORK
New York, Aug. 2. Opening of the boy found here, and their friends in
New York Stock Exchange was post- return feel for them a deep and en en-poned
poned en-poned three hours today on account during sympathy and are glad they
of fire in the north wall annunciator were able to do what they did in mak mak-board
board mak-board on the exchange floor. The Con- ing the last days more easy for the
solidated Exchange was also closed!
until the big exchange resumed trade,
but the curb market was unaffected.
Firemen fought two hours to keep the
fire out of the building after it started
through a short circuit, but the big
indicator board was destroyed.
SHIP WILL BE A
London. Julv 20. (Correspondence
of the Associated Press). A company
has been organized to build a large
special ship of a type that has never
yet been constructed says the Times
and to send her on a cruise of the
world as "a floating exhibition of the
manufactures of the United King-
dom." The officials of the company
include Sir George B. Hunter and
other directors of the firm which built
the Mauretania as well as the Duke of
Northumberland, Earl Grey, Beau-
mont Pease, deputy chairman of
Lloyds Bank and ether business men.
The vessel will be known as "the Brit-
ish trade ship."
SUMMER READING AT THE
BOOK SHOP 800 titles. 3t
Rub-My-Tunn cures sores. Adv. (
Big Torn by Bay Biscayne Chose an
Ex-Army Man with a Fine Re-
cord to Live Up to
manager was fixed at $10,000 a year.
TO HIS OLD' KENTUCKY HOME
The remains of Aubrev William
Porter, accompanied by his sorrowing
parents and brother, left on the late
Monday afternoon Seaboard train for
thr former home in Russellville, Ky.
The funeral was not largely attend-
ea. ine young man passea away alter
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Knew OI nis aeam unui me paper came
- on7 "wrnoon.
dertaking parlors at 3:30 Monday. The
I i a j v d.,
covered with flowers, stood in the
center of the room, and seats were
occupied by the relatives and a num number
ber number of ladies, mostly members of the
auiliary. All members of the legion
post whoscould be present stood out outside,"
side," outside," and with them a few others who
had come to pay their last respects to
the dead. Chaplain Neighbour read
the brief but deeply impressive burial
service. Then the pall bearers, Joseph
Borden, Frank Churchill, Charles
Simpson, Lee Sharp, C. W. Moremen,
G c Shepherd, L. H. Chazal and N.
. Russell, bore the casket to the
hearse and the little procession start-
ej for tne depot. Closely following
Maior Anderson in command and
Messrs. Edward Lopez and W. L. Gray
1 ne armv an John Metrie and J.
I W. Dumas ol tne navy, iney wore
their service uniforms and earned
rifles loaned by the home guard. After
the escort came a number of cars
filled with friends of the sorrowing
family. At the station, the casket
was laid in the box in which it took
its railroad journey. As many of the
flowers as possible were put in the
box which was then closed and the
new and beautiful Hag or tne legion
post was laid over alL Soon the tram
arrived, and while the saddened fam-
Uy was bidding good-byes to tne
faithful friends it had made here, the
escort stood at attention and the pall-
bearers passed the box with its casket
into the hands of the railroad men,
I who carefully made room for it in
their crowded baggage car. Then the
I tram moved on and the dead soldier's
friends returned to their homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Porter are sincerely
grateful to the friends they and their
BASEBALL TRIAL DRAWS
ITS WEARY WAY ALONG
Chicago, 'Aug. 2. Closing argu arguments
ments arguments by the prosecution in the base-
ball trial were expected to be finished
today, but it was indicated that it
might be impossible to get the case
I to the jury by tonight because the
I judge might not have finished the
I preparation of his charge.
MAN SAYS SELL IT
A 1918 Maxwell touring car. Good
condition. Make your own price.
I Gray, at D. W. Tompkins garage. 2-2t
PRESIDENT TOOK AUTO TRIP
Portland, Maine, Aug. 2. President
Harding left here for Lancaster, N.
H, shortly before 11 o'clock, making
the trip by automobile. An informal
reception was tendered him when he
land his party landed from the May-
flower at the custom house wharf.
, Attractive ads. pay bis dividends.
MEII ARE V IC
Lively Contest in the Democratic Pri Primary
mary Primary Being Held in the
Richmond, Aug. 2. With women
voting for the first time to help nomi nominate
nate nominate a candidate for governor of Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia in a democratic primary ballot-"
ing. today was reported exceedingly
heavy in several sections of the state.
Nominations for the legislature are
being made also.
STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT
HAS NO MONEY
The following from the Miami Me Metropolis
tropolis Metropolis will interest our taxpayers:
Members of the state road adminis administration
tration administration in session in Miami, continued
consideration of projects Tuesday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and night until a late hour,
and held a closed session today, which
concluded their meeting here.
It was decided that Chairman Phil-
lips, representing the board, will go
to Ocala, Marion county, and meet the
county commissioners with reference
to the portion of the state road sys system
tem system which is to be built through that
county. He will be accompanied by
the board's engineer, and will have au authority
thority authority to turn over to Marion county
whatever road machinery of the board
is available, and otherwise assist in
the construction of the highway.
The Marion county case was an il illustration
lustration illustration of the situation in many
Florida counties. It is a case of the
state board having no money to spend,
but being willing and anxious to spend
the money raised by the counties of
the state.1 A representative from
Marion county (Mr. C. W. Hunter)
briefly addressed the board, stating
that Marion county had voted $500,000
in bonds for the state road running
through the county; and that the state
board had agreed, by resolution some
time ago, to supplement such bond
issue by as much as $250,000 as might
be necessary to complete the highway.
The Marion representative asked
the board to send one of its members
to confer with the commissioners of
that county and advise them just what
the state board intends to do. Marion
county, he said, having voted the
bonds on the strength of promises
made' by the state board, wants to
know whether the state board is in
position to carry cut its part of the -contract.
The estimate of engineers
was that $750,000 will build the road,
which is to be 48 miles in length.
Chairman Phillips informed the
Marion county representative that
"the department has no money to
spend," but is expecting some from
the taxe asnd federal aid. In lieu of
money, the department would be will willing
ing willing to assist Marion county in spend spending
ing spending its own money derived from the
sale of the bonds if, Marion county
will turn the funds over to the state
department to be spent.' Furthermore
the road department of the state would
be willing to f urnish. Marion county
all the road building machinery which
can be assembled, including tractors
and trucks, with possibly some of the
state convicts' as laborers. The board
instructed Chairman Phillips to go to
Ocala this week and settle the mat matter
ter matter with the county commissioners.
During the discussion of the Mar Marion
ion Marion county situation it was stated
that Escambia county is ready to put
up its road money as soon as the
state department is ready with state state-aid
aid state-aid funds.
A contractor named Ackerman ap appeared
peared appeared before the board asking pay payment
ment payment of about $5600 which he claims
as balance due on work performed on
roads during the past few years. It
apepared that the whole amount of
his bill for work had been $60,000, of
which $55,000 had been paid, and the
remaining $5000 is in dispute because
Ackerman had used some of the road
machinery of the state and a credit
on his bill was due on that account.
It- further appeared, in Ackerman's
replies to questions of one of the
board members, that Ackerman per performed
formed performed the $60,000 worth of' work
without a contract.
It was emergency work, he explain explained,
ed, explained, at the time cf the flood in St.
'Johns county, when he was ordered to
repair the roads, fill washed places
and build shoulders to the roads for
some ditsance. His claim will receive
further consideration by the board.
Sugar cured picnic hams 28 cents a
pound while they last at Whiting Whiting-ton's.
ton's. Whiting-ton's. 2S-2t
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out without extra' composition charges.
illegal advertisements at legal rates.
August came in like an 'inferno.
Of late years, the plan has been adopt adopted
ed adopted of typing the signature on a line
below the written signature. We un understand
derstand understand this idea sprang into being
in the army. Wherever it originated,
it is certainly most useful and should
be used by every business man. The
nse of the typewriter greatly in
creases. Up to a few years ago, it
was confined to professionals, but now
almost any business man or woman
can use the typewriter sufficiently for I If Brother Farmer of the Bronson 1
his own correspondence, and there are I Times-Democrat will read the follow
EAT AT THE MAXINE
has steam in her boilers and ammuni ammunition
tion ammunition in her magazines and all the in
tricate machinery of a ship working, Best meals in the city for 50 cents, t a
a ton of explosive hitting her, or near j Twenty-one msal ticket for $7. Phone
her, is more likely to tear her all to 2C0, 310 N. Main, street 27-tf
pieces than if she is simply an inert : -, B
mass of steel swinging to her anchors.
Begins to look like it is time to beat
battleship plates into airplane
C. Cecil Bryant P,
a good many people of education, who
tho' slower than the professional, can
write much more correctly, and who
in expressing thoughts can leave the
mere copyist tied to the post.
The Pacific is too big an ocean for
Japan to boss.
. Well bet there is not a prettier
courthouse square in Florida .than the
one in Ocala.
A friend of ours says that if a man
can provide himself with-a gallon or
so of honey and a few quarts of moon moonshine,
shine, moonshine, that he need never know what
it, is to lack an appetite for his break breakfast.
fast. breakfast. All one has to do, he says, on
arising is to take a glass he didn't
spiecify a wine glass, a whisky glass,
an opera glass or a tumbler (but we
suspect the latter), fill it half and half
with moonshine and honey stir well
before taking and take immediately,
and he can breakfast happily on a
beef steak cut from the neck of a
ticky steer. And now we are wonder wondering
ing wondering where he gets his honey.
A New York policeman, one after afternoon
noon afternoon last week, got drunk and created
a reign of terror on his beat, locking
up more than thirty people in a room,
roughly handling all and even strik striking
ing striking some of them. He is being pro protected
tected protected by his superiors. This is one
of the results of disarming the people.
A drunken officer with two pistols and
i a blackjack can abuse a third of a
hundred quiet, unarmed people, and
they have no redress. We Americans
used to shudder at the reports of
what the Cossacks did in Russia, but
there are Cossacks in every country
where, the people allow themselves to
be disarmed. The people of the
'Southern states have managed to re retain
tain retain a few of their, constitutional
rights, including that of keeping
arms, and yet there is less brutality
in any four southern states than
there is on Manhattan island.
; : Ever since the typewriter was in
vented, it has been the fashion to
sign typewritten letters with pen and
ink, the same as those written with a
pen in olden days. This is because no
signature can be legal unless written
by a person's own hand. But it con continued
tinued continued the old-time result of making
signatures' difficult, "sometimes impos impossible
sible impossible to read. All business men of
ten, years or more experience can re remember
member remember signatures they could not de decipher
cipher decipher unless they had corroborative
evidence of the identity of the writer.
There is a bad habit that the people
of Ocala and perhaps many other
American towns have fallen into, or
have always had. We have been in
this town nearly thirty years, and
have not had much opportunity in that
time to observe the manners of the
people of other towns, but from what
we read and hear and saw before com coming
ing coming here, they are little if any differ different
ent different from those of other places.
What 'we speak of is, that the
outward signs of respect andsym andsym-pathy
pathy andsym-pathy for the dead seems con confined
fined confined almost entirely to their rela
tives and near friends. The average
citizen when he meets a funeral or
when one is passing his home, shop
or other place where he may happen
tc be, rarely ever stops and takes off
The writer accompanied the little
funeral procession of Aubrey Porter
to the union station Monday. N He saw
it pass' scores of people, not -one of
whom showed any outward sign of re respect.
spect. respect. Many of them stared at the
hearse and the people in the cars, but
the only man who took his hat off
was a foreigner, who did. so with a
spontaneity that showed his courtesy
The same disrespect has been shown
to other soldier boys whose bodies
have been brought home from France.
As their funeral processions pass, peo people
ple people walk indifferently along the side sidewalks,
walks, sidewalks, paying no attention except the
rude stare of curiosity. Autos speed
by and in other ways a spirit of dis disrespect
respect disrespect for the dead and indifference
to the feelings of the bereaved is
, We believe there is a good deal of
respect and sympathy in the feelings
of these seemingly rude people, but
if there is ever a time to show it, it
Why shouldn't a man in an auto
who meets a funeral stop at least
while the hearse goes by.. Why can't
one who is going the same way sop
or turn out, and if neither is possible
he can surely slow down to a pace
that will carry him gradually ahead,
and lay his hat on the seat by him.
Why can't every man uncover while
the hearse and the relatives and near
friends pass. Why can't we all re remember
member remember that some day we are bound
to take the same ride and that it will
add to the sorrow of those we love to
look right and left and see -people
looking at the hearse with apparently
no more respect than they would
look at one of the animal cages in a
Isn't it time for Ocala to set a good
ing dispatch from Washington he will j
be surprised. It says: "Negotiations I
for a treaty of peace with Germany, j
conceding everything that the United j
States was assigned m the Versailles J
treaty and every point made in the
Porter-Knox peace resolution, have i
practically been concluded. Dispatches j
from Berlin to the effect that the j
German government is entirely will-!
ing, following the" negotiations con conducted
ducted conducted through American Commis-'
sioner Ellis Loring Dresel, to makej
these concessions in a treaty with the i
United States, only confirmed what j
was actually understood by the ad-!
ministration would happen. The cable- j
grams today, however, explain the i
confidence at the White House yester- j
day that President Harding, would is- ;
sue the peace proclamation while he is j
at the summer lodge of. Secretary of j
War Weeks in New Hampshire."
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We regret that by an oversight we
gave to Mr. Benjamin the honor that
belonged to Mr. Guerry for we are
confident the latter's exposure of the
jumping of the state board of examin
ers back and forth from one end of
the state to another will result in the
saving of hundreds of dollars to the
tax payers. Every paper inf Florida
should publish this itinerary as Mr.
Guerry stated it. TimesAJnion.
Needn't worry about the oversight,
but unless the press does turn in, en
masse, and hammer the itinerary to
a farethewell, it won't .be changed.
The press has let the teacherbund
have its own way so long that the
members of said bund have come to
consider themselves Brahmins among
the lesser castes. (We do not mean by
this the great body of teachers, but
the little ring that arranges such
eerrvmanders. as the itinerary). In a
few days or sooner some wise old
quack will step to the footlights and
give some perfectly good reason why
it is to the best interest of the chil children
dren children that the "flying" squadron
should squirm and wriggle instead of
scoot and the greater proportion of
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that the Exchange Supply Com Company
pany Company has its own fertilizer plant
How mnrh more would you
have to pay for crates during the
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die ownership of mills by the
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Wherein would lie any hope
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CHAPTER L Jane Hardinir, respect respectable
able respectable and conservative old spinster bat
never too old to think of marria.se with
more money than brains. Is inveigled by
a strong: -minded spinster. Miss Hlgglesby Hlgglesby-Browne,
Browne, Hlgglesby-Browne, Into financing an expedition to
hunt for ""buried treasure on Leeward
Island. Her niece, Virginia Harding, un undertaking
dertaking undertaking to stop her, gets on the vessel
engaged for the hunt, and In the confu confusion
sion confusion is unwillingly carried along.
CHAPTER II, By no means concealing
her distaste for the expedition and her
contempt for its members, Virginia makes
the acquaintance of the Honorable Cuth Cuth-bert
bert Cuth-bert Vane, and Is somewhat impressed.
I Engage the Enemy.
It was fortunate that I slept well
In iiay narrow berth on board the Itu Itu-fus
fus Itu-fus Smith, for the next day was one
of trial. Aunt Jane had recovered
what Mr. Tubbs, with deprecating
coughs behind his hand, alluded to as
her sea-legs, and staggered forth wan wanly,
ly, wanly, leaning on the arm of Miss Higgles-by-Browne.
Yes, of Miss Browne,
while I, Aunt Jane's own niece, trot trotted
ted trotted njeekly in the rear with a cush cushion.
ion. cushion. Already I had begun to realize
how fatally I had underrated the
lady of the hyphen, in Imagining I had
only to come and see and conquer
Aunt Jane. The grim and bony one
had made hay while the sun shone
while I was Idling in California, and
those criminally supine cousins were
allowing Aunt Jane to run about New
York at her own wild will. Miss Hig-
"trlshv-Ttmwn JisirJ tnr nwn rkl1nr o n-T
to,, a,, to., ,J" Miss Browne's hair was rather like
Ymnlet rs hr nonromiw ''
hugged tier Slavery and called it free freedom.
dom. freedom. Yes, she talked about her Eman Emancipation
cipation Emancipation and her Soul-force and her
Individuality, prattling away like a
child that has learned its lesson well.
"Mercy, aunty, what long words!
I cried gaily, sitting down beside her
and patting her hand. Usually I can
do anything with her when I pet her
up a bit. But the eye of Miss Hig-glesby-Browne
was on her and Aunt
Jane actually drew a little away.
"Really, Virginia," she said, feebly
endeavoring to rise to the occasion as
she knew Miss Browne would have her
rise, "really, while it's very nice to
see you and all that, still I hope you
realize that I have had a a deep
Soul-experience, and that I am no
longer to be trifled with and and
treated as if I were amusing. I am
at a loss to Imagine why you came. I
wrote you that I was in the company
of trusted friends.?
"Friends?" I echoed aggrievedly.
"Friends are all very well, of course,
but when you and have Just each
other, aunty, I think it is unkind of
you to expect me to stay thousands
of miles away from you aft by myself."
"But It was you who sent me to
New York, and insisted on my stay staying
ing staying there! she cried. Evidently she
had been living over her wrongs.
"Yes but how different I" I inter interrupted
rupted interrupted hastily. "There were the
cousins of course I have to spare you
sometimes to the rest of the family!"
Aunt Jane is strong on family feeling,
and frequently reproaches me with my
lack of it.
But in expecting Aunt Jane to soft soften
en soften at this, I reckoned without Miss
Hlgglesby-Browne. A dart from the
cold gray eyes galvanized my aunt
into a sudden rigid erectness.
"My dear Virginia," she said with
quavering severity, "let me remind
you that there are ties even dearer
than those of blood soul-affinities,
you know, and and, in short, in my
dear friend Miss Higglesby-Brdwne I
have met for the first time in my life
with a a Sympathetic Intelligence
that understands Me !"
So that was Violet's line! I sur surveyed
veyed surveyed the Sympathetic Intelligence
wjth a smiling interest.
"Really, how nice! And of course
you feel quite sure that on your side
you thoroughly understand Miss Hlgglesby-Browne?"
"-thesbrjish in bet mildest moods.
i put mum i
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National Biscuit Company's Cakes
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packages.. ,i. VI
A11 20c. packages Or
two for J
j No. 1 Corned -Beef Libbey's 1 T 1
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, Asparagus, 50c value, tin
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Pineapple, OO-Pineapple, per tin ..... -iOV
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SOMERS CUS-SOMERS You will be delighted.
In her risEng wratS It seemed t quiv quiver
er quiver like a lion's mane.
"Miss Harding," she said, in the
chest-tones she reserved for critical
moments, "has a nature impossible to
deceive, because itself Incapable of de deception.
ception. deception. Miss Harding and I first met
on this plane in an atmosphere un unusually
usually unusually favorable to soul-revelation.
I knew at once that here was the ap appointed
pointed appointed comrade, while In Miss Hard Harding
ing Harding there was the immediate recogni recognition
tion recognition of a complementary spiritual
"It's perfectly true, Virginia," ex exclaimed
claimed exclaimed Aunt Jane, beginning to cry.
"You and Susan and everybody have
always treated me as If I were a child
and didn't know what I wanted, when
the fact Is I always have known per perfectly
fectly perfectly well !" The last words issued
in a wail from the depths of her hand handkerchief.
kerchief. handkerchief. "You mean, I suppose," I exploded,
"that what you have always wanted
was to go ofT on this perfectly crazy
chase after Imaginary treasure I"
There, now I had gone and done it. Of
course it was my red hair.'
"Jane," uttered Miss Hlgglesby Hlgglesby-Browne
Browne Hlgglesby-Browne in deep and awful tones, "do
you or do you not realize how strange strangely
ly strangely prophetic were the warnings I gave
you from the first that if you re revealed
vealed revealed our plans malignant Influences
would be brought to bear? Be strong,
Jane -cling to the Dynamic Thought!"
"I'm clinging!" sniffed Aunt Jane,
dabbing away her tears. "Really, Vir Virginia,"
ginia," Virginia," she broke out In a whimper,
"it is not kind to say, I suppose, but I
would Just as soon you hadn't cornel
Just when I was learning to expand
my Individuality and then you come
and somehow make it seem so much
I rose. "Very well, Aunt Jane," I
said, coldly. "Expand all you like.
When you get to the bursting point
m do my best to save the pieces.
For vthe present I suppose I had bet better
ter better leave you to company so much
more favorable to your soul develop development!"
ment!" development!" And I walked away with my
head in the air.
It was so much in the air, and the
deck of the Rufus Smith was so un unstable,
stable, unstable, that I fell over a coll of rope
and fetched up in the arms of the
Honorable Cuthbert Vane. Fortu-
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Strong, Jane Cling to
nately this occurred around the cor corner
ner corner of the deck-house, out of sight
of my aunt and Miss Browne, so the
Latter was unable to shed the lurid
light on the episode which she doubt doubtless
less doubtless would If she had seen IL Mr!
Vane stood the shock well and prompt promptly
ly promptly set me on my feet,
T say !" he exclaimed sympathetical sympathetically,
ly, sympathetically, "not hurt, are you? Beastly nui nuisance,
sance, nuisance, you know, these ropes lying-'
about regular man-traps, I. call 'em."
'Thanks, Tm quite all right," I said,
and as I spoke two large genuine tears
welled up Into my eyes. I hadn't re realized
alized realized till I felt them smarting on my
eyelids how deeply hurt I was at the
unnatural behavior of Aunt Jane.
"All I'm afraid you are really not
quite all right! returned the Honor Honorable
able Honorable Cuthbert with profound concern.
"Tell me what's the matter please
I shook my head. "It's nothing
you couldn't help me. It's Just Mmt
Jane. She has let this awful Hlggles
by-Browne person pet possession of
her, body and soul.
"Oh, I say, aren't you a bit rough on
Miss Browne? Thought slue was a
rather remarkable old party goes In
strong for Intellect and all that, you
"That's Just what fooled Aunt Jane
so but I thought a man would know
better." My feathers were raffled
"Well, fact la, rm not so much up
in that sort of thing myself," he ad admitted
mitted admitted modestly. "Rather took her
word for It and all that, you know,
There's Shaw, thougli cleverest chap
going, I assure you. I rather fancy
Miss Browne couldn't pull 'the wool
over his eyes much."
"She evidently did, though," I said
snappishly, "since he's let her rope
him In for sugh a wild goose chase as
"Oh. really, now, Miss Harding, you
don't think It's that that the thing's
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Mrs. Charles Peyser returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon from Miami, where
she has been a guest at the home of
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Let us deliver your grocery order.
with your fresh meats each morning.
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Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Neighbour and
daughter, Marianna left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for the lake where they will
spend the next month at their cottage'.
Our field and garden seeds are all
fresh and of the highest obtainable
quality. Bitting & Phillips, Ocala,
Fla. 21 -tf
Mr. and Mrs. James I. Taylor of
Pittsburg, Pa'., are among the recent
new comers to the county and for the
present are located at Burbank where
they bought a piece ofproperty some
time ago and are farming same. Mr.
Taylor is an expert piano tuner, hav
ing been connected with one of the
largest music houses in Pittsburg
for over sixteen years and comes to us
with the highest recommendations. It
is Mr. and Mrs. Taylor's desire! to
move to Ocala within the nexti six
months and if they can purchase a
small place about two or three miles
from town will do so and besides en
joying the'outdoor life of the farm
Mi. Taylor will continue in his well
suited and fitted vocation.'
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
Mrs. G. I. Singleton and daughter,
Miss Louise Singleton, of Inverness,
arrived vyesterday ar.;! v. M.l j-pcr.d
month at the" beach with the former's
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Kelsey, and Miss Winona
Kelsey, who have a cottage at Pablo
Mi, and Mrs. Edmund Martin leave
tomorrow for Daytona Beach, where
they have taken a house for the next
The lowest average grocery costs
are to be found at HARGRAVES'
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Mr. and Mrs. -Wbur Smith and
family have returned home from Day Daytona
tona Daytona Beach, where they have been for
the past two months.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bryant
leave about the fifteenth for
York city on a pleasure trip.
Our fresh meats as well as our gro groceries
ceries groceries are the best in the land. Prompt
delivery anywhere in the ciy. Main
Street Market. Phone J.08. 28-tf
Mr. Dempsey Mayo left about ten
days ago for Fayetteville, N. C to
accompany his wife and children to
Ocala. They arrived Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon and the many friends of this
family will learn with pleasure that
they will again ref ide in Ocala. They
at home in the old Mayo home. Mrs.
Mayo and daughter, Miss Virginia
Mayo, who have "also been yi North
Carolina, are at Summerfield for a
few week's visit after which they will
return to Ocala to reside.
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home of his mother, Mrs. A. J. Leav Leavengood..
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Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow will
go 'to Miami tomorrow for a few days
visit to make arrangements to secure
a home. Mr. and Mrs. WocJrow and
Miss Blair Woodrow expect to move
to Miami to reside in the early fall.
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The members of the "A" club held
their regular weekly meeting' last
evening with Miss Sue Moore and
playing with the club were Misses
Nettie Camp, Dorothy Schreiber and
Elizabeth Burton of Leesburg. In
conclusion. Miss Moore served an ap appetizing
petizing appetizing salad course with ice tea.
Top score was made by Miss Nettie
Camp, who was presented a fancy
handkerchief, and the consolation
award fell to Miss Burton, a dainty
666 cures Bilious Fereiv AdT.
666 curea Biliousness Adv.
Rub-My-Tism for Rheumatism.
HIGH GRADE COMMERCIAL
Farm .views, landscapes and home
scenes. Eugene A. Revels, over Guar
antee Clothing & Shoe Co- Ocala. tf
Dr. Cv L. Collins, pastor of the
Ocala Baptist church, together with
his family, expects to spend the
month of August at Daytona Beach,
wljere he is to serve as stated supply
for Calvary Baptist church, of which
Dr. Robert Stuart MacArthur is pas pastor.
tor. pastor. All services of the local Baptist
church will be maintained during the
month. Mr. W. W. Fineren, Dr. C. M.
Brittain, Dr. J. W. Mitchell and Rev
E. M. Henderson, all of Jacksonville,
will supply the pulpit on Sundays in
the order given. Pastor White, of the
Ocala Methodist church, will have
charge of the Wednesday night serv
ices and his people will join in those
meetings. Dr. Collins urges the most
faithful co-operation of all his people
in the work o ftha church during the
New supply of field and garden
seeds for fall 1921 planting just arriv arrived.
ed. arrived. Variety larger than ever. Bit Bitting
ting Bitting an I Phillips, druggists and seeds seedsmen,
men, seedsmen, Ocala, Fla. 21-tf
666 cures Malarial Fever Adv.
Mis. C. G. Moxley and children will
leae Thursday for a week's visit with
relatives at Reddick.
Pink salmon in tall tins 14c, flat
tins 10c. ;a -.dines in oil 5c. at HAR HAR-GRAVES',
GRAVES', HAR-GRAVES', S07 S. Lime St. 27-tf
5C Latest Boakjj at the Book Shop.
Er.joyiv.j camp life at Lake Weir-is
:r.o of tho Bradley cottages are
Messrs. Nelson Dosh, Thelbert Trox Trox-l?i
l?i Trox-l?i -me! Fov Carroll.
Rub-My-Tism kills infection. Adv.
Mrs. T. W. Troxler left yesterday
afterr.r m for Jacksonville, where she
will be the guest of Mrs. George Nash
and Mrs. John Strunk.
Several exceptional bargains in
rugs and art squares if sold at once.
Theus Brother?. Phone 19. 23-lm
666 rures Dengue Fever Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Weigel and
two children of Jacksonville are en enjoy
joy enjoy i.ir an extensive trip through the
north and northwest. At present they
are in Alaska. Cards received from
Sea'.t'.e tell of the children playing
with snowballs. They expect to be
r.wav rix months. Mrs. Weigel is a
sister of Mrs. C. Cecil Bryant.
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
66a cures Chills and Fever. Adv.
Mis. J. T. Rawls of Dunnellon and
guests. Misses Mabel Rawls of Vir Vir-srini.'
srini.' Vir-srini.' and Frances Sibert of Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, were shoppers in town for the
Mr. W. B. Newbern of Jacksonville,
is a visitor in the city, a guest at the
home of his father-in-law, Mr. C Y.
Miller. Mr. Miller and Mr. Newberjfi
expect to enjoy some fishing trips.
Miss Julir. Collins left yesterday
for Belleview, Ohio, where she will
visit her grandparents for the next
Mrs. B. F. Borden and son will re return
turn return tcday from a brief visit with
reltaives at Winter Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Burkhardt are
enjoying a visit at Safety Harbor.
Mr. W. B. Brabham of Orange Lake
was a well known business visitor in
town for the day.
This i a Studebar year.
Head On I
.fT r man loet b.1 heml
lo i".i'z- ihat two torn (J? &r
let;.- fnrtoons Ma-fazlae.
This old and honorable name belongs
most appropriately to the large and
globular fruit which reposes on the
counter of the Munroe & Chambliss
National Bank, and is a product of the
farm of E. H. Hopkins, near Reddick.
We don't know how much it weighs
for no scales were handy and we felt
too languid to lift it. Seems to us,
tho', like- it would make the average
New England pumpkin look like a
The marriage of Miss Beulah Ruth
Baker and ,Mr. H. V. Jones took place
Saturday evening, July 30, at eight
o'clock, at the home of the bride, 229
N. Daugherty street. Rev. R. F.
Rogers performed the ceremony,
which was witnessed by relatives and
a number of jntimate friends of the
The bride was unattended. She
wore a becoming suit oi navy blue
tricotine with hat and accessories to
match. Mrs. Jones is the accomplish
ed daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Baker, and numbers her friends by
the score in Ocala and all through
the state. She is a graduate of the
Florida Commercial Institute of Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, and at the time of her marriage
was employed in the clerk's office.
Mr. Jones is the oldest son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Jones of Bessemer,
Ala., and is connected with a large
grocery business of that city. Mr.
and Mrs. Jones will be in Ocala for
several weeks' guests of the bride's
Mrs. Weller Carmichael is enter entertaining
taining entertaining at auction this afternoon at
Miss Edith Williams left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for Jacksonville, where she
will spend a few days with friends,
after which she will go to Fort Lau Lauderdale
derdale Lauderdale for a visit with Mrs. Alfred
Rub-My-Tism kills infection Adv.
Mr. J. W. Akin has received the
sad news of the death of his brother
in-law, Mr. David Burns of Barnes Barnes-ville,
ville, Barnes-ville, Ga. Mr. Burns was a much es esteemed
teemed esteemed citizen of his home town. He
leaves a widow and eight children.
Mrs. C. E. Coodey of Jacksonville,
and daughter, Miss Dorris Smith of
Washington, arrived in the city last
ni.:ht to spend a few days at the home
cf- Mrs. Coodey's daughter, Mrs. Ed
vti rd Tucker, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Bryan and son,
of Atlanta, and Mrs. D. M. Bryan of
Hi.wthorne, were over-night visitors
in the city, guests' at the home of
their brother, Mr. T. D. Bryan and
faTiily, leaving this morning for St.
Petersburg. Mr. Bryan made Ocala
fis headquarters about a year ago,
being a coryluctor for the Atlantic
Coast Line, and has many friends who
were glad to welcome him to town
Capt. Tom Bridges was in the city
Sunday and Mcr.day, on his way from
Fort Pierce to his- new place of busi- I
ness at High Springs. Mr. Bridges
reports Fort P'erce growing fast. He
tarried over ir.tc Monday with his
, Mrs. Daisy Christy of the federal
board for vocational education, Chat Chattanooga,
tanooga, Chattanooga, Tenn., is visiting her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Moore, No. 4
South Fourth street. She will also
visit her son, Clarence Christy, of
Lakeland, before returning to Chat Chattanooga.
tanooga. Chattanooga. FOR SALE One registered Jersey
bull two years old; three good
milk cows; one f?ma!e Airedale pup
three months c!d. Sc? C. V. Swain,
Anthony, Fla. 2-6t
LOST Suitable reward will be paid
for return of black hand bag lost
Monday. Name "J. L Cox" on out outside.
side. outside. Return to Grantham Brothers'
store, Sparr, Fla., 2-2t
FOR RENT After August 5th, ifp ifp-stairs
stairs ifp-stairs furnished for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Electric cook stove, city
and cistern water. Mrs. Mary Gil Gil-len,
len, Gil-len, 1 West cth St. 8-2-6t
FOR SALF. General merchandise
store, established tver.ty-nve years,
in good town and location. Fine op opportunity
portunity opportunity for real business man
with the cash- Address, "P," care
the Star. 2-6t
OCALA LODGE NO. 28, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 1"8'J. Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's uid the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, ,E. R.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
V ANTED, LOST, FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NKEDS
DRESSMAKING Men's shirts a spe specialty.
cialty. specialty. Mrs. Darling and Mrs.
Woods. Phone 182. 30-tf
FOR SALE For quick acceptance,
five shares Southern Motors, $315.
Box 375, Houston, Texas. 29-St
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 cone pul pulleys.
leys. pulleys. Apply at Star office. 29-3t
COTTAGE FOR RENT First door
north of express office. W. S. BuK
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 &
location for medium size stock
farm. Address "Farm Bargain,
care Star, Ocala, Fla. fi7-6t
COWS FOR SALE One extra fine
Jersey cow and heifer calf two
months old; one graded Jersey, four
gallon cow, will be fresh in Novem November,
ber, November, now giving over two gallons;
one Holstein heifer, 2 years
old. first calf; one graded Jersey
heifer, will be fresh in August; one
extra fine Jersey male 2W years
old. Let me know your wants for
a cow and I can quickly tell you
whether I can supply you or not.
Abner Pooser, Box 347. Ocala. 26-tf
WANTED To buy for cash, mercan mercantile
tile mercantile business. Explain all in first
letter. P. O. Box 265. 2-6t
FOR RENT Two large unfurnished
rooms; lights, both and porch. Ap Apply
ply Apply 304 Alvarez St, R. II. Cunning Cunningham.
ham. Cunningham. 25-6t
GUAVAS Fine Lake Griffin guavas
for sale in crate lots. Suitable fur
jellies. Price $1.50 crate f. o. b.
Leesburg. Order NOW to be sure
you get them. F. E. Wetherbee,
Agent, Leesburg, Fla. 7-5-tf
FOR SALE Iron water tank, in
good order, 600 gallon capacity,
with 40 or 50 feet of pipe. Apply to
Star office or write to box 404,
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
IQ1 is my phone number, and
t&dH: all kinds of HAULING
twht-ther 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 fruited,
ed, fruited, on good road, close to station;
price must be right; give complete
description. Mr. Storer, Box 235,
Atlanta, Ga. 21-10t
FOR SALE Ferns.
Box 108, Lowell,
LOST White wire tutomobile wheeL
31x4 Oldfield tire, on Ocala-Lake
Weir road, Saturday afternoon. Re Reward.
ward. Reward. Notify Lee Sharpe, Ocala,
FOR SALE Liberty Six touring;
good shape; rive good tires, two of
them cords. Or will trade for Ford
and take the difference. J. F. Chip Chip-man,
man, Chip-man, Colonial Hotel. 8-1-St
WANTED Bright, energetic younjj
women to canvass quick selling'
toilet articles from house-to-house
in heme city. Also to work drug druggists.
gists. druggists. Can earn four dollars per day
in commissions. Full particulars
furnished. Wrrite at once THE
NODOR CO- Box 1521. Richmond,
FOR RENT Sleeping rooms, $2 a
week; furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, $15 a month. Apply to
Mrs. J. F. Pedrick. 34 N. Sanchez
TAKEN UP Two mare mules, 12 to
-. 13 years old, August 1st, at high
school building. Owner can ha,
same by paying expenses. W. R.
Bryant, Ocala. l-t
Increase your sales. Jtdvertiss.