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nesday. Wednesday. OCALA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1921
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ALL IS QUIET III
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PLUM FOR EITHER
LIGHT HITS TO
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Trying Hard at Tallahassee for House
and senate to Make up
V Lost Time
Tallahassee, May 24. Among the
bills passed today by the House was
an appropriation of $2000 for the
Loring memorial at St. Augustine, the
Senate measure relating to county
school boards having, authority to bor borrow
row borrow money. Putnam's measure relat relating
ing relating to primary elections in municipali municipalities
ties municipalities and the Senate measure by Sen Senator
ator Senator Butler providing assistance to ex ex-service
service ex-service men and women in. securing
benefits provided for by states. The
Senate bill appropriating $0,000 for
rebuilding the arsenal at St. Augus Augustine
tine Augustine was indefinitely postponed be because
cause because the House had already passed
a bill appropriating $40,000 for that
SUNRISE INN AT PORT SEWALL
West Palm Beach, May 25. The
Sunrise Inn, a 32-room. hotel at Port
Sewall, thirty miles north of here,
has been sold by the Sewall Point
Land Company to a syndicate headed
by J. H. Reardon, who managed the
hotel several years.
COIN SCARCE TO
- Tampa, May 25. The Hillsborough
County Tuberculosis Association will
remain quiescent according to Dr. L.
A. Bize, head of the organization, un until
til until its appeal for funds meets with a
more liberal response. The last' drive
brought in less than half the neces necessary
sary necessary amount, he declares.
BRYANJUICE WILL BE BEATEN
West Palm Beach Firm Will Extract
the Essence of the Grapefruit
-, West Palm Beach, May 25. The
Royal Palm Manufacturing Company
has installed a 30-ton press to be used
in the extraction of juice from grape grapefruit.
fruit. grapefruit. SECOND PRIMARY
Jacksonville, May zi. There is a
run-off local white democratic pri
mary here today for city commission commissioners
ers commissioners and councilmen. There are six
candidates for commissioners with
three to be nominated, and four coun
cilmen to be nominated with eight
candidates in the race.
McGOWN BADLY BURNED
BY TELEPHONE WIRES
Kissimmee, May 24. D. R. Mc-
Gown, head lineman of the local tele
phone company, may die as a result
of burns received yesterday while
making repairs on wires. He was
oamy Durnea about the lace, one
finger burned off and one arm so bad
ly burned it may have to be ampu
ATLANTA GOLF PLAYER
BEATING THE ENGLISH
Hoylake, May 24. Bobby Jones, of
Atlanta, defeated F. A. Hamlet in
their match ; in the second round of
the British amateur golf 'champion
ship here today.
FAILED TO MAKE START ON
Los Anugeles, May 24. Ricken
backer who left San Diego yesterday
in an airplane intending to start to today
day today from Oakland for New York,
smashed a propeller and was forced
to abandon the flight.
Jacksonville, May 24. Arrange Arrangements
ments Arrangements for the funeral of Dr. John
MacDiarmid. prominent physician and
former mayor of DeLand, who died
on a train near here last night, had
not been made this morning. It is not
known whether the body will be re returned
turned returned to DeLand or sent to the for former
mer former home in Georgia. MacDiarmid,
who was a resident of Deland for 20
years, was on the way to the hospi hospital
tal hospital here for treatment but died just
before the train arrived.
A Useful Rule.
One rule of safety is to place no
confidence in the other fellow obeying
tks road regulations.
Riots Put Down with a Strong Hand
and Police Taking Drastic Pre Precautions
cautions Precautions Against Recurrence
Cairo, May 24. Quiet has been re restored
stored restored in Alexandria after the "serious
rioting of Sunday and Sunday night.
A number were arrested and several
who engaged in riots, which resulted in
the deaths of about thirty persons,
have been flogged at police headquar headquarters.
ters. headquarters. Warnings were issued that the
peaceable inhabitants of the city in
future must go home at the first sign
of a demonstration as the police in intend
tend intend to take energetic measures
against persons who engage in dis disorders.
orders. disorders. IT WAS ANTI-GREEK
Alexandria, May 24. The casual casualties
ties casualties in the rioting here Sunday night
and Monday morning were officially
announced today, as twelve Europeans
and thirty-six natives killed and 191
persons wounded. It is considered by
officials that the native movement was
more anti-Greek than one against
BOARD OF TRADE
Take Up Three Items of Year's
. Program of Work
The Marion County Board of Trade
meets in regular session Thursday
night at 8 o'clock. Three items of the
year's program of work will be con considered
sidered considered new street signs for the
city, an industrial survey of the city
and county, and the promotion of fruit
growing oi all of the farms of the
Visitors to Ocala have difficulty in
locating the various streets, because
of the lack or obliteration of signs
giving the names of the streets. The
industrial survey would be a census
of the industries and businesses of the
county, with a view to obtaining in
formation not available through any
government source. The planting of
fruit trees on the farms of the county
is a matter in which there has been
much interest. A revival of fruit
planting is now 'taking place in the
ARLO BOYS DID
Cleaned Up Cummer Team in Three
The Arlo Box Company team at
Oak annexed three straight games of
baseball from the Cummer Lumber j
Company team of Jacksonville, Fri Friday
day Friday and Saturday of last week, at the
Oak ball park.
The first game was a very one onesided
sided onesided walk-away in which the Arlo
boys cleaned up 13 to 0 before rain
stopped the game. This was Friday
afternoon and somewhat disgusted
the fans with the playing ability of
the Cummer boys, but they promised
to send to Jacksonville for a few bet better
ter better players and be prepared to- take
both games of the double header to
be- staged Saturday afternoon.
They got the extra players and did
materially strengthen their team, but
they were still far below the stand standard
ard standard of the fast Arlo boys.
The first game of the double header
went to the home boys by a score of
6 to 3, and the second game was add added
ed added to their string of victories with a
score of 3 to 0.
The Arlo Box Company team is a
good one and has a good start this
year. They have won several games
already and feel confident that they
have the stuff to lick any amateur
aggregation that hangs a uniform on
The games Saturday were pitched
by Homer Luffman and Strickland
Also has a couple of Cubans and as
usual they are good fash ball players
Twenty "Years" In Forestry.
The Yale forest school has just
celebrated its second decennial re reunion
union reunion and the twentieth anniversary
of Its founding, says the American
Forestry Magazine. Over one hun
dred alumni and students, or approx
lmately 20 per cent of those who have
received professional instruction at the
school attended the reunion. Of the
twelve leading forest schools ten are
under tha direction of Yale men, and
eleven have Yale graduates in their
faculties. In addition, forestry is
taught as a subject at four other In
stltutions by Yale graduates. In all,
43 men from this institution are en engaged
gaged engaged in training professional for foresters
esters foresters in America.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey, W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
Program to be Filled by the Eye
Repairers Next Thursday
The official program of the 17th
annual convention of the Florida
State Optometry Association to be
held in Ocala Thursday and Friday,
May 26 and 27, has been announced.
Addresses by Dr. H. J. Tippitt, presi president
dent president of the Alabama State Optical
Society ,and Dr. J. I. Pascal, of New
York, director of the American In Institute
stitute Institute of Optometry, will be features
of the business sessions of ;the con convention
vention convention and the entertainment will
include a visit to Silver Springs and
a trip in the glass bottomed boats and
a luncheon. On Tuesday and Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, May 24th and 25th, the examina examination
tion examination of the candidates for the practice
of optometry in the state of Florida
will be held.
The program for the convention is
Registering of members and visit visiting
ing visiting optometrists.
9:30 a. m. Convention called to
Invocation by Rev. W. F. Creson.
Address of welcome by Mayor R. L.
Response and annual address by the
president, Dr. F. M. Hadley.
Reading of minutes of 1920 con convention.
Report of secretary-treasurer.
Reports' of outstanding committees.
Appointment of special committees.
11 a. m. "Stepping Stones for the
Optometrist Part 1" Dr. H. J. Tip Tip-pett,
pett, Tip-pett, Dothan, Ala., president Alabama
State Optical Society.
. Adjournment for lunch. v
2 p. m. "The Principal Methods in
Retinoscopy" Dr. J. I. Parcal, New
York city, director American Institute
5 p. m. Auto trip to Silver Springs
and trip on the springs in glass bot bottom
tom bottom boats, given by the Marion Coun County
ty County Board of Trade.
8 p. m. Practical demonstrations
in the model "examination rooms.
Reports of special committees.
10:30 a. m. "Stepping Stones m
Optometry Part II" Dr. H. J. Tip
12:30 p. m. Luncheon given by the
Florida Optical Company.
2 p. m. "The Eye Muscles in
Theory and Practice" Dr. J. I. Pas Pascal.
cal. Pascal. Election of officers.
Selection of place for 1922 conven
8 p. m. Informal smoker at the
residence of Dr. K. J. Weihe.
At 3 p. m. the visiting ladies will
be entertained by Mrs. K. J. Weihe
and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe at 304 North
The model examination rooms fur
nished by Florida Optical Co. (Jno. L.
Moore & Sons) and Merry Optical Co.
Exhibit by F. A. Hardy & Company,
The State Optometry Examining
Board is holding examinations today
and tomorrow in rooms over the Com
mercial Bank building. There are
about twenty-seven candidates in the
city to take the examinations, which
are in charge of the following: Dr. H
E. Lough of Tampa, president of the
association: Dr. W. F. Davey of Day-
tona, secretary and treasurer; Dr. K
K. Eychner of Tampa; Dr. H. E. Cole
of Lakeland, and Dr. H. F. King of
STOCKS ARE SLOW
New York, May 24. The heaviness
in the stock market today extended to
bonds. Liberty 3's freely sold down
to 87.70, the lowest price ever record recorded
ed recorded for that issue.
ONLY A BOY, BUT
DIED FOR HIS COUNTRY
(Associated Press j
Milton, May 25. The body of Pri Private
vate Private Dewey G. Martin of this place,
was returned from France recently
and laid in its final resting place inj
tne iamuy pioi in mtr icmcni;
Martin was killed while serving with
7 J::-,. a va a w
the Second division and had
buried in the American cemetery at
Romagne. He was 20 years old. It
was the first return of Milton's soldier
On a tombstone In New Jersey
-Juila Adams. Died of Thin Shoe,
Aged 19 years.!
Fat Federal Office Vacated by. Resig Resignation
nation Resignation of United States
Jacksonville, May 24. Politicians
are speculating on the successor of
N. H. Boswell, United States marshal
for the Southern district of Florida,
wh olast night announced his resig resignation
nation resignation effective May 31st- The two
men prominently mentioned for the
position are B. E. Dyson of St. Au Augustine,
gustine, Augustine, and George Crom of Marion
county, with the majority expressing
the belief that Dyson will be ap appointed.
pointed. appointed. Mr. .Boswell was a resident
of Dunnellon and engaged in the rail railroad
road railroad contracting business when ap appointed
pointed appointed in 1916. He has not decided
whether to make his home here or to
return to Dunnellon.
ODD FELLOWS WILL MEET
GRAND MASTER THIS EVENING
Grand Master Crawford will meet
with the members of Tulula Lodge, I.
O. O. F, at their hall in the Gary
block this evening. There will be
work in the first and second degrees
and Noble Grand Carter is especially
anxious to have a large attendance.
After the evening's regular work, re refreshments
freshments refreshments will be served by the best
refreshment committee the lodge has
ever had. Visiting Odd Fellows in the
city are urged to be present.
On Thursday, Friday and aSturday,
at the Temple, will be shown pictures
of the factory buildings of the Stude Stude-baker
baker Stude-baker and also the complete process
of making that popular car. It is cer certain
tain certain to be a very interesting film, as
it has proven very popular wherever
it has been shown.
CAMPAIGN ON PEONAGE CASES
Prosecution of Catts Strong Indica Indication
tion Indication of Such a Policy
Pensacola, May 23. Former Gov Governor
ernor Governor Sidney J. Catts, arrested in Al Albany,
bany, Albany, Ga., Saturday, on a charge of
peonage and who surrendered at
Starke Sunday on a charge of brib bribery,
ery, bribery, arrived in Pensacola today and
made new bond for the one furnished
in Albany in the sum of $2500.
Catts arrived 'at 10:30 a. m. this
morning coming through from Jack
sonville. He did not stop at DeFuniak,
where he maintains his home, coming
on to Pensacola for the purpose of
making a new bond. Arriving here
he was met by K. R. Paderick, his son-
in-law, ex-Sheriff Hurdis Whitaker
and a few other friends. On the same
train John P. Stokes, senator from
Escambia county, also arrived, and
then it became known locally that
Catts would be defended by Stokes,
associated with John Beard. The new
bond of $2500 was made without trou trouble.
ble. trouble. Mr. Catts, accompanied by counsel,
walked into the federal court room at
11:45 o'clock, remaining but a few
minutes among the audience when
called out by John Beard, who desired
to confer with Clerk Fred Marsh rel relative
ative relative to the new bond.' Catts as usu usual
al usual is reserved in his statements, and
has not yet broken his silence. At
DeFuniak, the home of United States
Marshal Peter Miller, the latter
boarded the train and came on to Pen Pensacola,
sacola, Pensacola, but did not have Catts in cus cus-today.
today. cus-today. These two men have .been
neighbors for several years.
The arraignment of Catts will not
take place until June 13, according to
Senator Stokes. On that date pleas
will be presented and the district at
torney will ask for a week to go over
them, sohat, at the. earliest possible
date, the trial will not start until
June 20. This is official information.
Judge Sheppard, who expects to sit
in the case, has engagements to go to
Jacksonville, Atlanta and Miami, and
expects to recess the present term of
the federal court next Saturday,
Cases are on the docket until the last
of the week.
In federal court circles today it
was announced that the prosecution
oi catts is tne iorerunner of a gen general
eral general warfare on the practice of peon
ru.uu iour u go res were
e seen at many stands at the re-
cent motor snow, in tne ordinary way
poior cars run into h many figures
Is ger in their way. Innloo Punch.
Condition to Be Dreaded.
There are worse things than losing
honey ; you can get It back again ; bt
p-hen you go bankrupt oo peace and
tontentment, you are of all men the
Seventy-First Anniversary of One of
the South's Greatest Men Cele Celebrated
brated Celebrated in the Gate City
Atlanta, May 24. The seventy seventy-first
first seventy-first anniversary of the birth of Henry
W. Grady, orator and journalist, who
devoted his life to healing the wounds
of the civil war, was made a special
occasion here today by exercises in
the public schools and before his mon monument
ument monument here. Tributes to Grady by
men whe knew him were chosen for
exercises in the schools, while John
Atwood, an attorney of Kansas Gty
and former imperial potentate of the
Mystic Shrine, is to deliver a tribute
at the Grady monument. Melville E.
Stone, counsellor of the Associated
Press, came from New York to pay a
tribute to Grady. Robert L' O'Brien,
editor of the Boston Herald, was sent
by the governor of Massachusetts to
ERECTING NEW CLUB HOUSE
ON BONITA ISLAND
Messrs. C. H. Weik and G. T. Lewis
of Bonita Island, are in the city on
business connected with the new club
house now in process of erection at
Vassey for the Bonita Fishing Club.
Mr. Lewis says the woodwork on the
new building will be completed within
two, weeks, when the paitners and
plumbers will be put onto the job.
CANT HAVE LATCH KEYS.
Average Male of Vienna is Evidently
Vienna, May 24. The proposed law
to give Viennese apartment dwellers
front door keys and relieve the con concierges
cierges concierges from the duty of letting them
in and out is meeting widespread op opposition.
position. opposition. Apparently the people
themselves do not want it and the
newspapers are unanimous against it.
It is also meeting with opposition
from the insurance companies on the
ground of increased danger of burg burglary
lary burglary if the watchful eye of the con concierge
cierge concierge is removed from the entrance.
The Merchants' Association has made
a formal protest against its passage.
The papers advance such ingenuous
arguments as: What can a man do if
he returns home late at night and has
lost or forgotten his key? What about
night telegrams and doctors' visits?
Must every member of the family
have a key at such cost?
One paper even gravely suggests
the plight of a man who might get
drunk and have his key stolen.
The enormous size of front door
keys here is not overlooked in the
general argument aftd it looks as if
the Concierges' Association which de
mands the law is going to be defeated.
American readers must remember
that there is no such thing in Aus Austria
tria Austria as the open apartment house ves vestibule
tibule vestibule with its electric bell or speak speaking
ing speaking tube to every apartmenTT but the
massive doors with enormous locks
cut the house from the street except
for the janitor's belL
Silks Caught Feminine Fancy.
Silk and fashion are closely linked
throughout the centuries. Modes
changed to conform to the new fabric
as it was brought into each country.
There were the ladles of Greece who
first discovered that the heavy ori oriental
ental oriental fabrics could be unraveled and
rewoven, like their linen garments. In Into
to Into filmy, translucent materials of
Ornamental silks were not intro introduced
duced introduced into Europe until 500 A. D
and with them came the influence of
Byzantium on the styles of the day.
It was through the wars waged by
the Crusaders that silk weavers were
brought into Italy, and the fame of
Venetian and Florentine fashions
Motion- Pictures In Java.
The motion picture business in Java
appears to be expanding rapidly, ac according
cording according to the American consul at Ra Ra-tavla.
tavla. Ra-tavla. American pictures are Increas Increasingly
ingly Increasingly popular; the types best liked are
bie features, comedy, news and travel
films. No film of iess than five reels!
makes a great success. The pictures
which attract the native audiences are
those of the action and adventure
type, while the European and Ameri American
can American audiences usually prefer well well-acted
acted well-acted drama of the type most popular
The prospective employer looked the
applicant over carefully.
-And now," he said, "about the sal salary;
ary; salary; what would you expect 7"
"Oh, I couldn't consider less than
$10,000 a year," said the applicant.
Yom don't understand me," said the
employer. 1 don't want to buy you;
I only want to rent the use of you,"-
On the Immense Extravagance with
Which State Road Work is
Being Carried On
Editor Star: I respectfully call the
attention of the readers of your paper
to the report of the joint investigat investigating
ing investigating committee appointed by the pres
ent legislature to make an investiga
tion of the work of the state road
commission and then report.
The Senate journal of May 6 con
tains their report. It is lengthy, cov
ering 36 pages. The newspapers of
the state have said but little about
this report. That there are matters
contained therein the taxpayers of
Marion county should know and pro protest
test protest against is why I am writing. On
pages 30 and 31 they tell the road
department has had 128 captains,
guards, etc, to take care of, twenty
convict camps at a cost of $94,500 perl
year and they employed .29 civil engi engi-eers
eers engi-eers at a cost of $69,999.96 per year,
or these two costs amount to $164,000
per year, and had only 642 convicts to
do the work. What do you think of
spending $164,000 a year to work 642
On page 32 the report says the total
receipts to March 31. 1921, amounted
to $3,392,000. and I ask the taxpay taxpayers
ers taxpayers of the county how mueh of that
amount was spent in Marion county.
I especially call the attention of
your readers and taxpayers of the
county to pages 36 and 37 of this re report,,
port,, report,, as it shows the prospective
amount of receipts for the next two
years, and names the counties in
which this amount will be spent. The
total amount of funds to be received,
the report says, will be close to $10, $10,-000,000
000,000 $10,-000,000 and proposed expenditures.
But of this $10,000,000 not one cent
do they allot to Marion county.
They say they propose spending in
Alachua county $527,155.38; in Hamil Hamilton
ton Hamilton county, $299,143.82; in Baker,
Nassau and Duval counties, $706,377,
and Duval separately, $583,155.38. and
Baker separately $059,433.66; Putnam
county, $381,600, and the balance of
the $10,000,000 to be divided among
about one dozen other counties, but
not one cent to be spent in Marion
The indications are that the pres present
ent present two-mill road tax will continue to
be levied, the license tax of a Ford
car raised from $5 to $18 per car and
other car in proportion, and a license
tax on gasoline and oils that will call
for $1,000,000. I believe that directly
and indirectly the state road tax will
amount to more than ten mills and the
state road commission nronoaes that
Marion county will not get a cent of
her state road taxes spent. in Marion
I hereby enter my protest against
such proposed distribution of our
state road taxes. County commission commissioners,
ers, commissioners, Star, Banner, board of trade,
Mr. Munroe, Mr. Blowers and all you
men who voted for the state aid road
bonds for Marion county, what do you
on this matter? You leaders of bonds
for Marion county, now is the time
for you to show the taxpayers of Mar
ion county your fidelity and interest
in Marion's welfare by demanding of
the powers that be that this county
gets her full share of road service.
L. S. Light.
WHY GREECE WAS WHIPPED
Old second-hand war material that
was dumped into Greece after the
armistice upon which profiteers made
a fortune is the cause of the reverses
lately suffered by the Greek army in
Asia Minor, according to Dr. Barton
W. Brush, of Elmhurst, L, L, who has
just returned from service behind the
Greek front with the Near East Re Relief.
lief. Relief. He said: "All the left-over war
supplies for which the European coun countries
tries countries had no further use after 1918
seem to have been sold to the Greeks
in the past three years, and that is
all the Greek army has to fight with.
In the past three years vast fortunes
have been made in-Greece out of army
supplies, and now the Greek soldiers
are paying for it. There are no hos
pitals, no hospital equipment, no am ambulances
bulances ambulances worth the name, and the
wounded have little chance except for
such care as the American Near East
Relief can give them.
White Truck ..$300.00
Overland Roadster ; ...$300.00
1917 Buick Touring $625.00
1918 Buick Roadster ........ $800.00
All have good tires, good mechan mechanical
ical mechanical shape, good tops and upholstering.
18-tf Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
Pine Pure Olive Oil .-.
Bottle Maraschino Cherries..
Both for $1.00 while $1.45
they last at Gerigs Drug Store, 21-tf
To Hear Reports of the Orlando Con Convention
vention Convention and Make Arrangeiaemta
for Memorial Day
A special meeting of Marion Coun County
ty County Post No. 27 of the American Legion
was held last night in the club rooms
in the armor to hear the report of
the delegates to the Orlando conven convention,
tion, convention, and to make arrangements for
Memorial Day next Monday. May SO.
Thegraves of all Marion county men
who made the supreme sacrifice dur during
ing during the world war and who are buried
in the county will be decorated. The
Spanish War Veterans and the legion
will join in paying tribute to their
dead comrades. A memorial service
will be held at Grace Episcopal church
Sunday, May 29th. and will be attend attended
ed attended in a body by the legions ires and
the Spanish War Veterans.
Another meeting of the legion will
be held at the armory Friday night at
8 o'clock when arrangements for the
decoration of the graves on Memorial
Day will be completed. Every legion-
aire is expected to be present at this
meeting so as to take a part in the
ceremonies on Moonday.
Every legionaire is expected to
wear a red poppy on Memorial Day
in honor of the soldier dead. Pop
pies are now in the hands of Louis
H.'Chazal, adjutant of the legion post.
at the Board of Trade, and can b
obtained at ten cents each.
' CUT OFF 75 PER CENT
Tampa, May 24. The prohibition
enforcement forces in the state were
cut 75 per cent effective last Friday,
Federal Director Hilburn announced
STRIKERS STROVE TO
SINK THE SHIP
(Associa.td Press )
New Orleans, May 24. As a result
of two alleged attempts to sink the
shipping board steamer "West Totan"
here, the superintendent of police to today
day today issued orders to place men on
strike duty and arrest every man loi loitering
tering loitering about the waterfront.
SUICIDE AT SANFORD
Sanford, May 24. C. E. Holtzclaw,
or Orlando, committed suicide here
today by shooting himself in the head.
He left a note for the sheriff saying
he was called to appear in circuit
court here today to answer a charge
of embezzlement and his body would
be found on the platform of the sta station
tion station at Lake Mary, as he could not
face the charge. He leaves a wife and
PERCENTAGES THAT CUT
RAILROAD MEN'S PAY
Chicago, May 24. Rates of pay and
classifications established by the rail
road labor board's wage award of
July 1920, will be used as the basis
of reductions when the board's wage
decision is put into effect June 1st, ft
was learned today. The board has
arrived at tentative percentages
which will cut the present rates from
10 to 15 per cent, according to the
class of employes affected.
REAL ESTATE IN NEW
YORK HAS RAISED
Manhattan Island, once sold by an
Indian for $24 and a few drinks of
firewater, has become so valuable
that a tiny plot stretching only 31 feet
along Broadway recently was leased
for an annual rental of about $133 a
square foot. Real estate men said this
was the highest figure for which had
ever rented there. The site is at
Broadway and Thirty-fourth street,
and extends about 50 feet along the
latter. Several years ago a depart department
ment department store wished to buy the corner
plot, having procured the land on
both sides as the site of a skyscraper.
But the owner would not selL even
for $1,000,000, and the big store had
to erect its home around the small
building. A four-story structure,
housing on the ground floor a busy
cigar store,' still remains on the val valuable
uable valuable corner lot, on all sides lofty
buildings rear their bulks of steel and
stone. The new lessee, who will pay
$3,500,000 for rent, taxes and other
expenses over & twenty-one year
period, plans to erect a narrow sky skyscraper
scraper skyscraper on the triangular plot. A
candy-making corporation will occupy
If you smoke cigars why not get
the best? Ask for Garcia de Or 10a
at all dealers. 5-tf
This is a Stoebaker year.
OCA LA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1921
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ISNT MUCH OF AN ARGUMENT
The Star is informed that the wild wildcatters
catters wildcatters who are trying to unload
phony stock on the people have what
they consider an unanswerable reply
to the warning, "Ask your banker,"
that the Star and other papers have
been giving the people who wanted to
buy stock for a score of years. ,It is
"The" banks have your money and
want to use it; therefore they advise
vou not to invest with us."
A fine argument to an inexperienced
person, and one for which many inex inexperienced
perienced inexperienced have paid in financial ruin
But vou will notice that it doesn't
work with an experienced business
man. who shows the wildcatter the
door (if he comes in, which he seldom
does) and goes on putting his money
in the little .old bank. If a wildcatter
could sell to the business man with
tens of thousands of dollars to invest,
he wouldn't be bothering himself with
widows and orphans and hard-wprking
but unsophisticated men wno seiaom
have more than a few hundreds.
If a"man has real, honest-to-good-business,
as soon as he reaches a
town where he intends to stay, he
rents an office, takes out an occupa
tion license and establishes his credit
at a bank. No man with a strong
firm behind him and good goods to
sell carries his business around in a
These men who are going around
the country with wildcat stock to sell
are always swindlers and often worse.
One at least of the tribe and prob probably
ably probably others tried to pay attentions to
a young lady, living near here, tho
he is married and has a family in
Chicago. A dose of buckshot is the
least he deserves.
Again we say to our readers, in
case they are asked to buy stocks or
bonds. "Ask your banker," and if you
have no banker ask somebody else's
banker. There is already a number
of people in this county who are
mighty sorry they didnt.
AN AMUSING LETTER
r The Star received this morning the
following letter, which is more funny
, The Times-Union puts it in a nut
shell when it says: "If the movies are
, to be censored the next thing to do
will be to provide a board to censor
the censors." Ocala Star.
-. People who received as much taint
ed money as you. and the Times
Union do for advertising sordid pic pictures
tures pictures of vamps and wife-stealers are
no more competent to give an unbias
.ed .opinion, on this subject, than are
walking delegates on slugging picket picket-era.
era. picket-era. The same is also true of the
filthy lucre you receive for worthless
Hugh M. Clark, Jacksonville.
We don't know who Mr. Clark is,
but we are real glad he has succeeded
in expelling the foregoing from his
system, for it might have brought on
bilious fever. We regret to say he is
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fcACKlklG. KX VJr CAM feuviD
AS GOOO A fcOSlWEaS ft)
A SOOPL OP NEABS AS W&
COMPETITOR UA ViOM &t
NAS OP SEfcNea
wrong about those stacks of tainted
money. We hardly receive enough
money, tainted and untainted, to meet
expenses. We regret to say that the
Star has incurred the reputation of
being honest, and so corrupt 'people
seem to consider it lost motion to of
fer it a bribe. Mr. Clark evidently
hasnt been reading the Star, or he
would know it hasn't printed any
vamp pictures for the movies. It is
seldom we print a movie ad. and when
we do it is always from solid, leaden
type. We seldom read anything in the
Times-Union except its editorial and
news columns, so we don't know what
sort of advertisements it prints, but
if it plays up vamp pictures it is be because
cause because Mr. Clark and other people look
at them. We are not receiving, we
regret to say, much filthy lucre from
the patent medicine houses. We never
did. There was a time here many
years ago, right after the big freeze,
when the merchants were not able, or
thought they were not able, to adver advertise,
tise, advertise, and then we had to run on patent
medicine or quit. It was darn near
quitting anyhow, for patent medicine
houses pay cut-to-the-bone rates. As
for filthy lucre, we can't tell, and bet
Mr. Clark can't tell, it from the un un-filthy
filthy un-filthy variety. Also, we will guarantee
that if Mr. Clark will bring a large
wad of untainted money around here
we will accept it just as quickly as if
it was tainted, and put it all to an un untainted
tainted untainted use.
COAST LINE RAILS HAVE COME
The Atlantic Coast Line has 85 85-pound
pound 85-pound rails strung out along their
right of way m the outskirts of Ocala
in preparation for replacing the pres present
ent present rail with the heavier ones. It is
planned to lay this rail to Leesburg
this year, and hoped to continue it on
to connect with the west coast line
at Croom next year. When this is
done, the Coast Line will probably put
on this route a train similar to the
Pinellas special or the Seaboard Limit Limited.
ed. Limited. The west coast line is laid with
heavy rail from Jacksonville to St.
Petersburg, but on this division the
rail has only been laid as far as
Gainesville. It is more likely that
the Coast Line will use the Ocala Ocala-Gainesville
Gainesville Ocala-Gainesville route for another fast
train than shift the Pinellas Special
from the west coast tracks to these.
At the rate tourist traffic is increas increasing,
ing, increasing, the roads passing thru Ocala are
certain to have to increase the num number
ber number of their trains.
, ; If, as the proverb says, imitation is
sincere flattery, we have reason to feel
proud. A few days. ago. when Colonel
Martin fell and hurt himself, we
thought the incident of sufficient im importance
portance importance to write an editorial para paragraph
graph paragraph about it. Three days later, we
found this editorial figuring as a dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Ocala in the Times-Union.
With the exception of the date it was,
word for word, the same. We not only
feel flattered but congratulate the
sender of the dispatch on his good
What a lot of reasons the fellows
who have had theirs can dig up
against giving a bonus to the ex ex-service
service ex-service men.
Taxes on yoor drinking, taxes on
Taxes on your clothing and you
can't go nude.
Taxes when you're walking, taxes
when you ride.
Taxes on the bridegroom and upon
. the bride.
Taxes on the chickens, taxes on the
Taxes on the eggs in the old haymow.
Taxes on your income, taxes on your
Tax you while you're living, and then
tax your death. Exchange.
LOOKING AT GIFT LAND
IN A NEW LIGHT
Nine American members of the
Kosciusko air squadron, all soldiers
of fortune, recently were awarded 40
acres of land each, near the Polish Polish-Russian
Russian Polish-Russian frontier as outlined by the
Riga peace treaty.
All officers and soldiers of the
Polish forces are being provided with
tracts of land along Poland's eastern
boundary, under a system worked out
by the government, provided they
take up cultivation of the land upon
leaving the military service. By this
plan, Poland hopes to have trained
men settled permanently where they
would be handy for service in case the
country is ever attacked again from
Most of the young flyers of the
Kosciusko squadron are planning to
return to America during the summer.
If they do not settle upon the land
within a specified time, their rights
to the farms will be forfeited. As
yet none of the Americans has made
up his mind to settle down on a
Polish plot and lead the life of a
peasant. Several of the Americans
weer reared in the country but they
say the excitement of flying and the
thrills of war have spoiled them for
the back-to-the-farm movement.
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
1919 Dodge Touring, new paint.. $750
1919 Overland Roadster $350
1919 Buick 5-passenger. r ?800
Modell 33 Cadillac, new paint. .$1,300
1917 Buick, 7-passenger .?700
1917 Fort Touring ...?225
1920 Chandler Touring.. $1,500
All of these cars in good condition.
20-tf Ocala Auto & Garage Co.
BUSINESS BEFORE BASEBALL
Manager Goldman has t.:e.cd his
lesignation to the Ocala BebaH .As .Association,
sociation, .Association, to take effect Jane 1st or as
soon thereafter as his s jcc-.sor can
be found, refusing positively.
ever, to serve longer
Jake has been untirin
tr-an July 1st.)
to give us a good team 'and ail are
well pleased with him as a manager
and it is only after ir.uch Eiunu-nt
on the part of the executive commit committee
tee committee that hi3 resignation vas consider considered
ed considered at all. Jake 'feeRthat hs i.u?ir.ess
is being seriously m-ik-?tl l-ecau.se
of the time that the baseball team
keeps him away front his utoi-p and
he feels that he must jriw up the
baseball work. Below is. a copy of
the letter Jake wrote the
Ocala, Fla, May
II. D. Leavenyo! .-J. IV--;!
Ocala Baseball Association:
Dear. Sir: It is with sincere regret
that I tender you my res'gnation as
manager of the Ocala Baseball Asso Association,
ciation, Association, to become effective June 1st.
I do not know when I have i;m so
pleasantly associated and I am reluc reluctant
tant reluctant to "take this step.
It is for business reasons only, I
assure you, and as you know my. in investment
vestment investment in the store is heavy, it re requires
quires requires my time and attention and to
give so much of my time to the man management
agement management of the team, is a detriment,
also a financial loss to my business.
I will be here and with you. Any as assistance
sistance assistance I can render at any time I
want you to feel free to ask me.
Wishing you all the success and I
am sure a better manager c-n he
666 cures Biliousn
FRIDAY, MAY 27th, 1921
8 P. M. at
THE PUBLIC LIBRARY
For all boys of the cm cm-over
over cm-over 12 year.- .f :,
tor the purpose of or organizing
ganizing organizing a troop of
Boy Scouts in Ocala.
This troop will be
formed in two divis divisions.
ions. divisions. First division for
boys over 15 years of
age. Second 'division
for boys from 12 to 15.
Parents and others
are asked to be
. present at this,
THE FIRST MEETING.
MAZON & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store
,s i. -v i
4tissa y matter simplr wet spouse
With Bog art's Wonder Ant Poison n1
place it kar an ts appear.
They eat BogartV.
Wonder Ant Person
quickly and carry it to tV :r re sts, m
few hours you'll be abrtutHy rid ct
Ask trur Ji---;' 'or 25
cent bollU it t -.-. ;up ;up-plu
plu ;up-plu you ut u'il i -o 01
receipt of cent?.
jSy? TheBogirt Company
&mr Dayton &cch Sea Er-je
You have often thought
v-nii wnnlH havi voiir
rr" isu jk.
2iyv eyes examined some
5 day" Why rlelay lonser-
DR. K. J. WEIHE.
Optometrist and Ortki?.?'
Arrival and departure cf pas terser
trains at OCALA UMO'.' STATION.
The following schedule t; :. pub published
lished published as information an 1 t i.:ur?r
(Eastern Standard Tune)
SEABOARD AIR LINE R ULROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'Ycrk 2:10 ana
1:55 pm Jacksonville l:"'Jpm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 0 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St F i c : 4:u5 pm
2:55am N'York-St. Peir.-L.r l:-'-5am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St. PetrVorg 4:-05prr
ATI. AXTIP COAST I.IN'F. H R
2:27 am Jacksonviile-N'York 2:Z1 am
1:45pm JksonviRe-Gainsville 3:24 pm U
6:42am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm!
2:33 am St.Petsbrr-LakeIand
3:24 pm. St.Petsbrg-LakeIand 1 :25 pro j
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wileox
7'9fiam Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 Dm
3:30 pm Hcmosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am;
4:45 nm Gainesville 11:50 ami
Monday,' Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
Our Specialty Is
PARABLE OF THE LAUNDRY
(Safrd the Sage)
The Wajon of the Eaundryn-.an
'topped at the door, and left a Pack-
(cheeked -up th Contents
ai(1 Two of thv Collars are missing,
lost a sleeve.
And I wer.t unto the Telephone, and
Kiiij, unto ine .uaiutn at ne Laun-
I besc-eth of thee, send onto me
jthe mi:s:n nations of my attire.
And she said unto me, Our manager
i.i out; thou wilt have to see him.
And I went to the Laundry, and I
entered it as the Manager entered.
And I had in mind to say unto him
that his service had grown Into'er-
uyc amj tj-iat e no ioner cleaned
(Collars, but Sharpened them and put
Faw Tetth upon the edires of them,
and that what Clothis he did no lose,
Ana as the Manager entered, there
came unto him one of his Assistants,
who said unto- him. The man at the
factory saith that he cannot put in
that Crank-shaft for Two Weeks.
And his Bookkeeper said t;nto him.
The Driver of Number Three hath
quit, for he had an opportunity to be become
come become a Chauffeur for Old Jones who
liveth on the Boulevard; and how
shall we deliver the Laundry on his
And the Forewoman in the Ironing
Room said unto him, Saidee is home
sick, and Fanny hath pone to the
Movies, and Kitty hath sent word
that she must attend her Grandmoth Grandmother's
er's Grandmother's funeral, which is probably the
Football Game; and two of the Ma Machines
chines Machines in my room are shut down, and
the people are kicking because they
have not their clothes.
And the Telephone Girl said, We
have complaints from the Families
whose names and numbers I have here
and they desire that thou Call them
Up and explain.
And he said, I will call them up, but
it shall be some time in the Very Re Remote
mote Remote Future; I have troubles enough.
And other of his assistants told
him that they were nearly out of
Soap, and that the people who sold
Starch had sent word that they could
not fill the order for ten days.
And I entered the Ironing Room,
where many" Women worked, and I
heard them talking as they worked,
and all that I heard them say was,
And he said to me, and, And I said to
And" I looked into the Washing
Room, and there was Steam and Suds
And the Manager greeted me with
3 j Tired Look, as if he were to say,
ff (And what hast thou brought to add
Hjto my Troubles?
out i saiu unto mm, l came to com com-plr.in
plr.in com-plr.in of certain Lost Garments, but I
And he said pleasantly, Xeverthe Xeverthe-J
J Xeverthe-J less, let me know of thy Complaint,
and we will endeavor to make it right.
And we went to the Sorting Room,
and I saw how the Girls sorted the
Laundry, and I thought if any man
did. ever get what was coming to him,
it would have been by Special Provi Providence.
dence. Providence. And there was a Pile of Arms
from Shirts, and Legs from other
garments, and many things beside.
And I found the Arm of my Pajamas.
And I returned unto Keturah, and
I said, I will complain no more con
cerning the man of the Laundry. HeH
hath troubles enough, and I wonder
that he doeth as well as he doeth.
And I considered that it might be
the same if I knew more of the affairs
of other men concerning whom I have
been impatient. And it may be that
if men could look into the place in
which I endeavor to do my part in
Cleaning up.the World, they would be
more patient with me. Congrega Congregational
tional Congregational ist.
-REAL R A KG A INS
White Truck $300.00
Overland Roadster $300.00
V.m Euick Touring $G25.00
1018 Uuick Roadster $800.00
All have good tires, good mechan mechanical
ical mechanical shape, good tops and upholstering.
18-tf Sp ncer-Pedrick Motor Co.
lulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.f!
meets every Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock at the Odd Fellows ball in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
T. C. Carter, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
Pine Pure Olive Oil
Btttle Maraschino Cherries.
Both for $1.00 while $1.45
they last at Gerig's Drug Store. 21-tf
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 23. O. E. S
meets at the Misonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month nt 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Cordon, W. M.
Mrs. Su-an Co'k, Secretary.
666 cures a Cold quickly. Adv.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
i V'h?Fter No- 13 R A. M., on the fourth
i'd..y in every month at 8 d. m.
II. S. Wesson, II.
B. L. Adanw. Secretary.
Phone 435. G.
This is a Studebaker year.
- WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU
To Inspect Our
Odorless Dry Cleaning Plant
Thoroughly Equipped With
Garments Pressed on STEAM PRESSES
GUARANTEE NO SMELL OF
Gasoline or Cleaning Preparations
DEPARTMENT DRY CLEANING
Ocala Steam Laundry
! ""V " 7;f;
Geo. MacKay 2 Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
- bbbv. S -' 11 hfcsssssssssssaaassBssslsfcsssslsslssssssWjssssl
All Garcia de Oro cigars wrapped in
tinfoil 10c at all dealers. 6-tf
Sealed propos&la will b r erf red try
the city council of the city of Ocala.
until 7:3ft p. cn. on Blay Hit, 1921. for
furnishing' all noateriAl and doing the
work of building In place arpproximsvte arpproximsvte-ly
ly arpproximsvte-ly twelve thousand LraeaJ feet ot com com-binatloa
binatloa com-binatloa -cri ad gutter, aio for talc talcing
ing talcing up and resetting or Srailding new
any part thereof of fifty thousand
Uneal feet of straight curb.
A certified check for five bnadred
dollars made xta-rsvtyts to th CUT of
Keala. Florida, must accompany each
bid as a guarantee that the bidder will,
if awarded the contract, eater Into
agreement. r1thia ten days, to do th
work and furabh penal txmd tor a
sain not less than twenty-Are per cent,
of the estimated amount of th con contract,
tract, contract, oaid oosrd to b furnished tr a
surety company oatlsfactory to th
city council of Ocala. JTlorida.
Bids will toe addressed to t2i city
council of Ocala. Florida, and bo mark marked
ed marked as a id for curb. Bids may b de delivered
livered delivered try mail or otherwise at th of office
fice office of th city clerk, city hall, Ocala.
Plans and specifications ax on file
for reference in th offtce of th city
clerk and city engineer.
The city reserves th right to reject
any or all bids and to waive all f ormal ormal-itie.
itie. ormal-itie. H. C SISTRUXK.
GEOF&GE TOUNO. City Clerk.
It goes without saying that
you may be very sure
of any Dodge Brothers
used car you buy here.
We-, now have available
several Dodge Brothers
used cars which are ex exceptional
ceptional exceptional values.
Come in and see them.
AUTO SALES CO.
Phone 348 OCALA. FLA,
New Low Prices en
Size PUia Casing No-Skid Red Top Gray Tabes
30x3 $12.48 $13.38 $17.64 $2.13
$0xty2 15.09 15.62 2.83 2.63
32x4 24.25 27.98 35.69 4 3.67
.33x4 26.47 29.43 37.66 3.67
34x4 27.04 30.06 38.34 4.03
Red and Gray guaranteed tubes in all sizes at a v!
very. low cost.
O'NEAL a HOLLY GARAGE
Ft. King Ave. and S. Magnolia St
C. Cecil Bryant
Gary Block, Orer 10c Store
Nice destroys the odor of persrira-
Frisk Tires and Tubes
Ocala, flu. :!:
Careful estimates made on all con
tract work. Gires more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
nub-My-TLsm etsree eorerv- Adr.
OCALA EVENING STAR. TUESDAY, MAY 24. 1921
With quantities of floral decora decorations
tions decorations such as roses of the most beau beautiful
tiful beautiful description, handsome large
zennias, gladiolas, Shasta daisies, a
bowl of exquisite lilies of the valley
and much greenery; artistically ar arranged
ranged arranged throughout the lower floor of
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Camp lent a most delightful setting
forlthe auction party yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon which Mrs. Clarence Camp and
daughter, Miss Nettie Camp, were
the hospitable hostesses, entertaining
about thirty-six of their friends.
The guests upon their arrival were
cordially greeted by the two hostesses
and Mrs. Phil Robinson of Inverness,
Mrs. Camp's niece, and standing .to
the side of the reception hall behind a
table thickly ornamented with aspara asparagus
gus asparagus fern as a foundation, with nas nasturtiums
turtiums nasturtiums intermingled, Mrs. R. L. An Anderson
derson Anderson Jr. and Mrs. R. S. Hall re refreshed
freshed refreshed each guest with a drink from
the unique punch bowl.
In the dining room the guests as assembled
sembled assembled for the games of auction.
Nine card tables had been placed
around the dining table and for sev several
eral several hours a most congenial and en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable time passed swiftly by. At
the conclusion, of the games, a two two-course
course two-course supper was served during
which time the prize winners were
announced. Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr.
won the" first prize, a very attractive
.flower bowl. Miss Annie Davis won
second prize, a pair of silk hose, and
to Miss Musie Bullock fell the booby,
a lovely linen handkerchief.'
This was, the second of a series of
three parties that Mrs. Camp and
Miss Camp have entertained their
friends at and each one will always bo
remembered as among the most
pleasant affairs ever given in the city.
This afternoon the third entertain entertainment,
ment, entertainment, a theater party, will be given
at the Temple theater. The following
were those present yesterday after afternoon:
noon: afternoon: Mrs. J. D. Robertson, Mrs. R. S.
Hall, Mrs. Mamie Hall, Mrs. R. L. An Anderson
derson Anderson Sr., Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr.,
Mrs. Ardis Waterman, Mrs. Bert
Leigh Acker, Mrs. Charles Rheinauer,
Mrs. J. J. Gerig, Mrs. F. T. Schreiber,
Mrs. Harry Walters, Mrs. Paul Sim Simmons,
mons, Simmons, Mrs. Leverett Futch, Mrs. W.
H. Henry, Mrs. J. W. Dumas, Mrs.
Philip Murphy, Mrs. Grider Perkins,
Mrs. Edward Helvenston, Mrs. D. S.
Woodrow, Mrs. T. S. Trantham, Mrs.
J. R. Dewey, Mrs. James Hicks Hill,
Mrs. Welsh Wheeler, Mrs. E. G. Peek,
Mrs. Leta Bennett, Mrs. R. C. Camp,
Mrs. Phil Robinson, Miss Annie Davis,
Miss Minnie Gamsby, Miss Mary Mc McDowell,
Dowell, McDowell, Miss Dorothy Schreiber, Miss
Abbie Munroe, Miss Mary Piatt, Miss
Musie Bullock, Miss Catherine Living Livingston,
ston, Livingston, Miss Nettie Camp.
Tuesday afternoon: Theater party;
hostesses Mrs. Clarence Camp and
daughter, Miss Nettie Camp.
Tuesday evening: Tuesday Evening
Auction Club, Miss Alice Sexton,
Wednesday afternoon: Tea, Mrs. F.
T. Schreiber, hostess; complimenting
Mrs. Edmund Martin and Mrs. R. L.
Wednesday evening: "A" Club en entertained.
tertained. entertained. Miss Sue Moore hostess.
Thursday afternoon: Auction party,
Mrs. Leta Bennett hostess.
Friday afternoon: Benefit card
party by members of Catholic church.
J. H; SPENCER
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE FEET
The mothers who train their chil children
dren children to walk with toes pointing out outward
ward outward and counsel their little girls
never to wear high heels when they
grow up, have been told they were all
wrong, by Dr. W. H. Trethowan, or or-thoepaedic
thoepaedic or-thoepaedic surgeon, in an address at
the Instittue of-Hygiene, London.
"To walk properly," he said, "the
feet should be kept absolutely paral parallel.
lel. parallel. The 'quarter to six' attitude is
one of the big mistakes of physical
training. Three minutes to 12 and
three minutes past is what you want
"A long stride is not good for the
feet. A slow, short step is better,
for it makes you rise on the toe.
"Never discourage a child who is
turning his toes in, unless he has an
actual deformity of the foot. He is
probably trying to cure himself of
knock-knees or weak ankles."
Reasonably high heels are very ex
cellent things, the surgeon said. Low
heels are all right for children, or for
adults with perfect feet, but unfor
tunately no foot is perfect.
"I advise, unhesitatingly," he added,
the use of high heels. I do not mean
the silly three and a half to four-inch
Louis heel with its curved mechanical
shape and inefficient support. The
height of the heel for remedial pur
poses' should not : exceed two and a
quarter inches, and in house shoes
should not- be less than one and a
quarter inches. In cases of over overstrained
strained overstrained feet, slippers must be avoided."
Garcia de Oro, that mild Havana
filler cigar 10c at all dealers. 5-tf
STUCK ON ENGLISH SPELLING
American forms of spelling have
been barred from official documents
in the high court of Melbourne, Aus
tralia. The federal chief justice has
announced that he will not allow their
introduction and ordered the spelling
of the words "program" and "center'
changed to "programme" and "cen
tre." He remarked that English spell
ing was good enough for him.
Dazira Face Powder Is satisfying,
'and the odor is dainty. Ask to see it
at Ceng's Drug Store. tf
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial
velcome to visiting brothers.
Tom Proctor, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
666 cures Chills and Fever. Adv.
V. R. PEDRICK
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
"VESTA" Battery Ser Service
vice 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 SERVICE AT ALL TIMES
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
OCALA, PHONE 271 FLORIDA v
Cash and Carry Meat Market
Located in the CRESCENT GROCERY CO.'s Store
We handle all fed Beef, the very best Veal and
Pork. Pay for your meat and not for your
neighbor's who does not pay for his.
We ask you for your patronage and
Thank You in advance.
Cash and Carry Meat Market
Circle No. 4 of the Presbyterian
church, composed principally of young
ladies, entertained last evening at the
home of one of its members. Miss
Elizabeth Davis, chairman of 'the
The feature of the evening's enter entertainment
tainment entertainment were "stunts," and there
were some clever performances dur during
ing during every minute which kept the
guests laughing continually. Mr.
Harry Borland as Judge and Mis3
Meme Davis as sheriff had every
guest under arrest for some improper
conduct and the fines received from
sentences imposed filled the judge's
hat. One of the heaviest fines impos imposed
ed imposed on the ladies was for gossiping and
telling scandalous jokes, and the
heaviest fine levied on the men was
for stealing some other man's wife.
The raisin contest was one of the
most interesting stunts. The contes contestants
tants contestants -were Miss Mary McDowell and
Mr. Albert Gerig, Mr. John Taylor and
Mrs. Harry Borland and Mrs. John
Taylor and Mr. Jake Gerig. Each
couple was given a string with a
raisin tied in the middle and com commencing
mencing commencing at either end of the string
they ate for the raisin. Mrs. Taylor
won the contest. Pinning the rabbit's
tail on correctly and the grab bag af afforded
forded afforded much amusement. There were
many other games played and this
affair proved not only a success so socially
cially socially but financially. Nearly $60 was
The Davis home is admirably adapt adapted
ed adapted for large entertainments of all
kinds which added much to the suc success
cess success of the party last evening. Besides
the regular circle members present
looking after the enjoyment of all,
Miss Davis' sister, aunt and father
assisted in various ways for the com comfort
fort comfort and pleasure of all.
1 (T TO
TjU'i fl CONCRETE
iTC XM WORK A
VUOIIUO UVUy 11:11 ip I
BLOCKS, BRICK," CURB, SIDEWALK
Artillcial Stone IS
OCALA - FLORIDA &
SWINE GROWERS WILL
MEET AT WAUCHCLA
Wauchula, May 25 Local members
of the State Swine Growers Associa Association
tion Association are rapidly perfecting arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for the annual meeting here
July 20 and 21. The last day's ses session
sion session of the convention will be featured
by a sale of thoroughbred hogs and it
is expected some of the finest animals
in Florida and nearby states will be
in the lot offered.
666 cures Dengue Fever Adv.
WE HAVE THE TIRE YOU WANT p
WHEW YOU WANT IT
"SERVICE" Our Wctto (
UNITED STATES TIRES HOOD TIRES g
SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS'
CARS WASHED AND POLISHED
I KUMBAK SERVICE STATION ,1
Bertram Ibbetson &. Co.,
of Atlanta, Georgia,
Will open an office in the Commercial Beat Edlng
of Ocala, Florida, effective July 1st, 1921, for the
practice of Accounting, Systematizing, Income Tax
Consultation and Preparation of Returns
. 250 PEACHTREE STREET
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve
nings of each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's end the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R. -(f.
Y. Miller, Secretary.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10a.m.
Leave for Tampa 2:15 a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:30p.m.
Leave for Tampa... 1:55p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:51p.m.
weave for Tampa 4:05 p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 2:14 a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:15a.m.
Arrive from Tampa 1:35 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 4:16 p.m.
weave for Jacksonville.... 4:17p.m.
Arrive from New York. ... 1:34 a. m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 1:37 a. nu
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:55 a. m
Leave for New York. ..... 3:00 a. m.
Atlantic Coast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:31 a. m.
weave for St. Petersburg.. 2:32a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 10:12p.m.
Leave for Leesburg 10:13 p. rn.
rrive from St. Petersburg 2:26 a. m.
weave for Jacksonville.... 2:27 a. m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville..... 1:45p.m.
- Arrive from Leesburg .... 6:41 a. m.
Leave for Jacksonville...; 6:42a.m.
Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25 n. m.
Leave. for Homosassa 3:25p.m.
Arrive from Uainesviiie.
daily except Sunday.... 11 :50a.m.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday 4:45 p m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues
day, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a.m.
Ar. from Lakeland. Tues
day, Thursday, Saturday 11 :03 p.m.
Leave for wucox, Monday,
Mew Price $1895 June First
THE Willys-Knight Sleeve-valve motor Improves with
use. It is amazingly free from care and cost. The
gasoline mileage averages above 20 miles per gallon.
Its smooth performance is a source of lasting satis satisfaction.
faction. satisfaction. Prices f. o. b. Toledo, Ohio
Touring, was $2195; June 1, $1895
Roadster, was 2195; June 1, 1895
. Coupe, was 2845; June 1, 2550
Sedan, was 2945; June 1, 2750
CD M W & M
THE improved Overland, is Ragged as ever, Ecomical
as ever, Comfortable as ever. Its average of 25 miles
per gallon of gasoline, its saving in tire and upkeep
make it now the low-priced automobile to own and
Prices f. o. b. Toledo, Ohio
Touring, was $ 895; 'June J, $ 695
Roadster, was 895; June 1, 695
Coupe, was 1425; June 1, 1000
Sedan, was 1475; June 1, 1275
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.
Arrive from Wilcov, Mon
day. Wednesday. Friday. 6:45 p.m.
OCALA EVENING STAfi, TtXSbAV, MAY 24. 1921
X have plenty of good things
to eat on hand all the time,
when you use Calumet Bak Baking
ing Baking Powder.
Mix up a batch of biscuits
or the finest kind of cake
it's all the same. There is
never but one result the
sweetest and most palatable
There is not as much worry
over baking costs either.
Because Calumet costs less when
70a bay It the price is moderate.
It costs you less whenyou use'
it because you don't use as
much of it it has more than
the ordinary leavening strength.
You get more out of the flour,
sugar, eggs; shortening, etc, because
there are no failures no waste.
Received highest awards
World's Pure Food Exposition, Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, Paris Exposition, Paris, France.
The I argest selling brand in theworld.
Mix plain flour with pure baking
powder instead of using uncertain
mixtures. Then you will know your
bakinjn are pure and whoteaome.
: b adulter
. floor cannot 1
4 cups of pastry
flour, 3 level tea teaspoons
spoons teaspoons Calumet
y2 teaspoon of
salt, 1 cup of
sugar,' 2 eggs,
2 tablespoons of
1 cup of milk.
the regular wty.
O0 "O. A
Moses Grocery Co.
If you hare any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Camp are home
from a trip, to New York city.
Rub-My-Tism for Rheumatism.
Mr. Robert Mac Kay has returned
from a business trip to Atlanta.
This is a Studebaker year.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Harriss are
combining business with pleasure on
a trip to Gainesville.
Keep the hands and face soft with
ILASOL. 50 cents the bottle at
Gerig's Drug Store.
The members of the fire department
were called from dinner at coon yes yesterday
terday yesterday to put out a- small blaze on the
kitchen roof ofa house at 514 South
Main street. The blaze was put out
with the hand extinguisher, and left
about a $5 hole in the roof. The fire
probably originated from a spark
from the flue.
Our facilities can not make 'ALL
the bread used in Ocala, so we make
the BEST. Federal Bakery. 24-t
Potter Liddon of Jacksonville has
arrived in Ocala for an indefinite visit
at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Ardis
Prescriptions correctly filled and
promptly delivered. Call 435, G. a
Mrs. E. H. Mote of Leesburg is a
visitor in the city, a guest at the
home of her sisters, Mrs. L. W. Duval
and Mrs. William Hocker.
666 cures Malarial Fever. Adv.
Mr. George Leonard, manager of
the Wetumpka Fruit Company at
Hastings, has returned to his home
after a pleasant visit in the city with
1921 Ford roadster without starter
in Al condition; good tires; for $250
cash. DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE. 6t
Mr. Henry Billingsey spent the
week-end in the rity with Mrs. G. G.
Maynard and family. Mr. Billingsey
is now with the Wetumpka Fruit Com Company
pany Company at Lowell.
Rub-My-Tism kills infection. Ad.
Mrs. Phil Robinson of Inverness is
a guest at the home of her aunt, Mrs.
Clarence Camp, having come up this
time to attend the parties that Mrs.
Camp and daughter are giving.
Our Bathing Caps are pretty and
durable. All fresh stock. Gerig'1
Drug Store. tf
Mr. W. M. Goring after a stay of
some length in the city, has returned
to his home in Niagara Falls, Can Canada.
ada. Canada. Mr. Goring was a business part partner
ner partner of Mr. Harold Seymour and -during
his residence in Ocala made many
friends who regret his departure.
SATISFIED WITH DULL UVES
SUmea Require Llttla, and Hav a
Government Which & That
They Get II
Bangkok, for all Its modern water waterworks
works waterworks and trolley cars, la a fairy-tale
land, with a fairy-tale king, writes
Florence Burgess Meehan In Asia
Magazine. In Bangkok the king is a
reality, not a figurehead. Two or
three times a daj whistles announce
his' approach along the street, as he
takes the route to or front golden
roofed palace and the audience ball
two miles distant.
Rama VL Oxford graduate, play playwright,
wright, playwright, poet and keen administrator
is perhaps the most absolute of all the
monarch left on earth. He is an
autocrat, but his government Is more
like an advanced state socialism
than anything else. The state owns
Ihe main lines of the railroads, the
oil fields, the forests and the mines.
The street cars and waterworks and
the lighting system of the capital are
state property, and the king Is the
Siamese are satisfied with autoc autocracy.
racy. autocracy. Slam seems to be the happiest
land In the world. It has no exclu exclusion
sion exclusion laws. It has no class struggle.
They are a happy-go-lucky people.
Their by-word Is "Mj penary r ("What
does It matter?-) They cultivate their
little rice paddies, and work at Jewel Jewelry
ry Jewelry or Ivory carving or weaving, but
they almost Invariably remain crafts craftsmen
men craftsmen in a small way, content with a
. CLEANLINESS v
Hover hill butter
Produced by the Fox River
Batter Company, largest
distributors of PURE BUT BUTTER
TER BUTTER in the world.
DAY OF HORSE ALMOST GONE
Rub-My-Tism kills pain. Adv.
Mr. Garvin Moore of the firm of F.
A. Hardy & Co., Atlanta, has arrived
in the city to attend the optometric
convention, and is arranging for an
optical display, which when fully
equipped will make one of the most
attractive shows of its kind ever seen
in the city.
Danish Pastry is becoming quite
popular wflh the ladies for afternoon
luncheons. Federal Bakery. 24-6t
Mrs. G. G. Maynard and son, Geo.
G., Jr., left Monday afternoon for
visits to Palatka, Hastings and Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, after which they will join
Mr. Maynard in Vermont to make
that state their future home. Ocala
reluctantly gives this family to an another
other another state, and they leave with the
good wishes of all their friends for
much happiness and prosperity, in
their new home.
Fifteen cent loaves of bread have
been reduced to two for 25 cents at
the Federal Bakerv. 24-6t
Regularly inspected certified milk
at your price. So long as present
prices of feed obtain we are able to
sell milk at forty cents a gallon; said
price not guaranteed for more than
sixty days. If, however, conditions
are favorable at the expiration of
said sixty days we shall make a fur further
ther further reduction. Our milk for April
shows a butter fat content of 4 ac according
cording according to city inspection; for May
4.2, bact., 3200, with accessory in inspection
spection inspection at 85; tuberculosis test by
state authority applied May 24th
gives an absolutely clean bill of
health. Phone 343. 24-3t
We have stock of EIGHT FOOT
CAR STICKS for loading tomato
cars. R. H. Todd Lumber Co. 24-4t
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
666 rurea Bilious Fever. Adv.
Pine Pure Olive Oil $1.25
Bottle Maraschino Cherries..... .20
Both for $1.00 while $1.45
they last at Gerig's Drug Store. 21-tf
There's no extra charge, for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158- tf
The following relatives of Colonel
John M. Martin are guests at his
home, having come especially to see
this noble gentleman, who is suffer
ing from a fractured hip: Mr. W. E.
Martin of Atlanta, Col. Martin's son;
Mr. Aioert Martin of Apopka, a
nephew of the colonel's, and Mr. and
Mrs. Abner Wither of Jacksonville.
The latter was formerly Miss Alice
Martin of Jacksonville, and is a niece
of Col. Martin's. Friends will be glad
to learn that while the colonel is
growing weaker he is free from pain
and word from his home this morn morning
ing morning announced that he was getting
along as well as could be expected.
Increasing Use of Motor Apparatus
Will Soon Make Him Only a
A defective flue had brought the
fire department to Tenth and Te Te-cumseh
cumseh Te-cumseh streets. New, bright red mo motor
tor motor apparatus came rushing up from
a half-dozen firehouses. Presently a
worn old hook and ladder truck, horse horse-drawn,
drawn, horse-drawn, appeared on the scene. It car carried
ried carried Just the ladders the firemen need needed
ed needed to reach the fire.
The crowd that gathered smiled at
the picture. The old horses seemed
to know that they were playing an
important part, even In the presence
of their enemies, the motor apparatus.
It was a picture of a changing time.
One by one the motor machines turned
away, leaving the horse machine to
finish the job.
Somehow, the crowd moved toward
the horses and. one by one, men,
women and children, paused to stroke
the manes or pat the noses of the
faithful old beasts that now are fast
passing to the Land of Memory.
And, somehow, the horses seemed to
know and understand. Their beads
were not down, however. Instead,
they looked around and saw that the
enemy had left the fight to them.
"Still on the job," they would have
said had the crowd the power to un understand
derstand understand them.
Yes, still on the Job, but going1
going! Indianapolis News.
L t. mm
Satisfaction Guaranteed or
This offer is for a limited
Remit by money order or
cash no stamps)
FRED RAZOR CO.
.NEW YORK UIY
National Museum Gets Opals.
The National museum In Washing Washington
ton Washington has Just received from Archie
Rice, an opal expert In New York,
100 specimens of fern opal In the
rough Just as they come from the
only opal mines in the United States.
The opals are red, white, blue, black,
brown, green and purple ; two have
replaced fossil wood, and three pos possibly
sibly possibly fossil bones.
The mine Is located In Humboldt
county, Nevada, about a mile above
sea level and some 200 miles Inland
from the Pacific; not very accessible,
since the railroad town of Wlnne Wlnne-mucca
mucca Wlnne-mucca Is about 120 miles away. Be Because
cause Because of the high altitude, the or ordinary
dinary ordinary water content of the opals Is
often Injuriously affected when they
are removed from the ground.
Thus far, excavation for opals has
gone only to a depth of 20 or 30 feet.
Meet me at the Union Station
Restaurant for a regular family style
dinner Best dinner in the state for 75
cents. Eat and drink all you want.
Dinner 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. Owned
and operated by 100 Americans, tf
It is a simple matter to be well
dressed at a small cost if you know
how. Many garments cast aside owing
to soil or fade can by
Onr Dying and Cleaning.
be made seasonable again for months.
La-Donde Cleaning Co.
HARRY A. STEIN, Prop.
Over Jirash Grocery Co.
V ANTED, LOST. t'OUND. FOE
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE OR RENT Home at No.
22 Sanchez street. Apply Rogers Rogers-Wilson
Wilson Rogers-Wilson Realty Company for further
FURNITURE REPAIRING I make
a .specialty of repairing and re repainting
painting repainting furniture. Also buy and
sell second hand furniture. Let me
quote you prices. W. O. Furr, 314
S. Main St, near laundry. 18-12t
FOR SALE Large two-story house,
good barn and garage, also chicken
house, smokehouse and wood shed.
In addition to all city conveniences
has soft water in kitchen. On a two two-acre
acre two-acre lot with plenty of shade, but
no undergrowth. Well located, in
good neighborhood with excellent
neighbors. Will sell for $1500 cash.
balance one and-two years. Apply
at 1145 S. Orange St., or write P.
O. Box 180, Ocala, Fla. 18-7t
AUTOMOBILES PAINTED Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable prices, work guaranteed. Ap Apply
ply Apply hours 9 to 5, room 2, Merchants
Don't take purgatives for Con Constipation
stipation Constipation they act narsoly
they overstrain tne delicate
membrane anil leave the
Bowels In a worse condition
than belore. 11
with Con Constipation.
stipation. Constipation. SlckHcad.
ache In Indigestion
digestion Indigestion SonrStom-
ach. Dizziness Biliousness,
Nervousness or loss ol Appe Appetite
tite Appetite Don't hmltatCt m btU
ot CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER
PELLS take one alter each
meal and one at bedtime. A
Sew days" treatment will put
Stomach, Lrer and Bowtm In
Ctarfat ami hear stfaatarc PCcC
SaaQ ra SoaH Dost SaaU Price
W. K. Lane, M. physician and
mrgeon; specialist eye, ear, nose and
fhroaL Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala. Fla. Adv. tf
LOST Saturday night between thas
square and hospital, a blue broad broadcloth
cloth broadcloth coat trimmed in military
braid. Return to Ocala House and
receive reward. 23-2t
FOR SALE Dozen fin hens. Apply
to F. C Clayton, Sharp's Ferry
road, two miles from Ocala. 24-lt
FOR RENT My home on South
Sanchez street; six rooms; use of
piano if desired. Permanent. Apply
615 South Sanchez St., phone "SS8.
Mrs. F. Lytic v 24-6t
FOR RENT Three-room cottage;
kitchenette; all conveniences. 513
Ninth street; $15 per month. Pos Possession
session Possession June 1st. Inquire on prem premises.
ises. premises. 24-6t
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. f P. hall at 7:30 p. m.. every sec second
ond second Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit Visiting
ing Visiting sovereigns are always welcome.
. H. B. Baxter, C. C.
Cfas. K. Sage, Clerk.
NEED HAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
Gasoline. Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed $1.00
Cars Polished X0
Oklawalia Aye. & Orange St
(Gi9 f I toys
Prickly Pear Worries Australians.
The kind of cactus which we called
the "prickly pear" has become a first first-class
class first-class nuisance In Australia. It grows
very fast, spreads with great rapidity
and forms masses of vegetation so
dense that the clearing of ground one
occupied by the plant la accomplished
with utmost difficulty. Incidentally,
It renders the land unavailable for
In response to urgent request, our
government is sending to Australia,
certain Insects that prey "upon th
prickly pear. Hope Is entertained that
they may do enough damage to dis discourage
courage discourage the spread of the cactus
plague in that part of the world. Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia Ledger.
As the warm days approach those
delicious cinnamon rolls become more
appreciated by the thrifty housewife.
Only the best are made at the Federal
Science and Invention describes a re recent
cent recent achievement of a French scientist,
who has successfully tried out in his
house a scheme for operating electric
lights without cost.
Upon his water-supply pipe be has
fitted a high-speed water turbine,
which drives a dynamo, charging a
storage battery. Every time a faucet
is turned on in' the house the stream
of water Is put to work at loading the
battery, which furnishes current for
the lights. "It is simply utilizing en energy
ergy energy that is ordinarily wasted," says
the Inventor. Philadelphia Ledger.
As usual, for the past
30 years, at this sea season
son season of the year, this
60 Days Sale, now
going on at Gad?on's
"What is your idea of a gmfterT"
A grafter," replied Saator Sor Sorghum,
ghum, Sorghum, "is a man who, when he finds
an opportunity knocking at his door,
Isnt satisfied to give it a cordial wel welcome,
come, welcome, but insists on dragging It Ih
and beating the life out of It."
CmniiiSi IM1 Aipstt
1921, 1 intend to reduce the large stock on hand of Dry Goods, and Men,
Women and Children's Ready-to-wear. COME AND SEE for yourself and be
convinced that everything is really REDUCED. I must have room for a big
stock of new Fall goods. REMEBIBER, I am not selling out at cost, but simply
reducing prices, as merchandise is cheaper.
O Li. O
THE- BAZAAR STORE
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