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The Ocala evening star
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sTAI
, TEMPERATURES
This morning, 70.
This afternoon, 94.
WEATHER FORECAST
Fair tctoight and Thursday.
VOL. 2
OGALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2 1921
NO. 123
1ST HAVE TWO
GUH CLUB SCORES
OCALA TOOK GAME ONE YANKEE QIILY
SETTLE DISPUTE
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location of Southern College is Not
Yet Entirely Assured to
Lakeland

(Associated Press) ,. -Tampa,
May 25. Of the 147 ballots
cst by members of the Southern
Methodist in the state on the question
of locating Southern College in Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, 146 were favorable it was leran leran-ed
ed leran-ed today following a meeting of the
trustees yesterday at Sutherland. The
total vote was 250 and a two-"thirds
majority is necessary. It was stated
actual building cannot begin until
after June 5th, when the drive for the
building fund will end. The next
meeting of the trustees will be in
Lakeland June 14th, when definite
plans will be worked out. f
INTERESTING EVENING
' FOR ODD FELLOWS

The members of Tulula Lodge had
a most interesting session at their
hall Tuesday evening. Grand Master
Crawford was present and with him
the" veteran fraternalist, J. W. White.
Mr. G. W. Scofield of Inverness, was
also a welcome visitor.
There was work in the first and
second degrees, Messrs. Paul Owen
and W. T. Linderman taking the first
and second and Mr. W. T. Gary the
second. The grand master took part
in the difficult work of the first and
proved himself an adept.
Fine talks were made by the grand
master, Mr. White and Mr. Scofield

and were heard with great interest. I Miami,. May 25

Following this, the three-link brethren were placed at the

adjourned to the ante room and soon
disposed-of a large supply of ice
cream and cake.

No Fancy Shooting Yesterday, but a
Good Average in Smashing
the Pigeons
Five squads faced the traps at the
grounds of the Ocala Gun Club Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon. While the scores did
not break any records the lack of skill
was fully made up for in enthusiasm.
There is some very promising mate material
rial material in the bunch and after a little
practice the Ocala Gun Club will be
second to none.
Instead of meeting twice a month,
there will be a regular shoot every
Tuesday.
The scores were as follows:"
R. B. Meffert 46x50
E. F. Lytle 45x50
W. P. Preer 45x50
J. M. Thomas ,42x50
Junie Perkins 41x50
Carl Ray 39x50
O. E. Cox 39x50
L. S. Lossing 36x50

E. G. Peek ......35x50
C. A. Fort .35x50
E. S. Walling ..35x50

T. M. Kilgore ..34x50

Charles Davis 32x50

J. J. Blalock 29x50

R. E. Fort .26x50
A. M. DeVaney 26x50
C. B. Rawls 25x50
Paul Simmons 25x50
Joe Davis 23x50
J. C. Smith : 22x50
C. X3. Miner 21x50
C. C. Bryant 19x50
A. C. Cobb 8x25

F

1

UMATILLA

Lake County Boys Put Up a Good
Fight but Were Not Equal
to the Home Team

ANOTHER GAME TOMORROW

MARINE WORKERS
UGLY AT MIAMI

PRESIDENT AND PARTY
RETURNED TO WASHINGTON

Washington,- May 25. The presi president,
dent, president, Mrs. Harding and party return returned
ed returned to Washington today, the yacht
Mayflower reaching here at 10:20 on
the return trip from New York.

The names of Mrs. L. J. Knight and
Miss Onie Chazal were unintentional unintentionally
ly unintentionally omitted in today's write-up of the
benefit card party. Their names
should have been included in the card
party committee.

Mrs. W. H. Chambers and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Jane have returned home from a
pleasant three weeks' stay in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Mrs., Chambers madearrange madearrange-ments
ments madearrange-ments for the shipping of her house

hold goods and upon the arrival of
lame, will commence housekeeping in

an apartfhent at the Ocala House.

Armed guards
Gulf Refining

Company's plant here today to pre

vent possible trouble with striking
marine workers. Nine engineers on

the tanker Panoil quit the vessel
when it arrived here yesterday from

Tampico.

COLOR LINE WIPED
, OUT BY KEARNS

(Associated Press)

Atlantic City, May 25. Jack
Kearns, manager for Dempsey, today

eradicated the color line. Kearns said

if the champion eliminates Carpentier
all barriers would be let down. Tf

the public should demand that Demp
sey meet any negro boxer and. a pro'

moter is found 'who will guarantee a
sum necessary to promote such a
match, he will be ready to eliminate

the color line, he said.

Pint Pure Olive Oil $125

Bottle Maraschino Cherries....

Great Britain's Champions Have

Eliminated All the Others
at Golf

Both for $1.00 while $1.45
they last at Gerig's Drug Store. 21-tf

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(L. T. I.)
Ocala defeated Umatilla yesterday
afternoon by a score of 6 to 3. The
local fans were treated to a good
game of baseball. The Umatilla boys
have a very good team and outplayed
the local bunch in the field but when
it came to handling the big stick our
pets were marked up way ahead of
timeand drove the pill to the four
corners of the field and even outside.
But for a little hard luck in base run running
ning running we would have scored two or
three more runs on the boys from the

south. Mickler had the visitors under
his thumb at all stages of the game

and let them down with only six hits,
while we secured 12 safeties off Col Collins.
lins. Collins. Prank Harris was in the game

again yesterday and made a pretty
running catch, in left field. Wilson,
playing, center field for the visitors,
made a wonderful catch in the seventh
inning.

The game by innings:

First inning: Mickler hit Wilson"

with the first ball pitched and things
didn't look so good but the next three

men were retired, and Wilson was left
oij base When Ocala came to the
bat it began to look as if we had a
walk around, but a little of our char characteristic
acteristic characteristic bum base running and bum
coaching lost us two earned runs.

Liddell led off with a two-bagger,
andwas caught at third trying to

stretch it to a three-bagger. Strick Strickland
land Strickland followed with a three-bagger.

Harris hit to short, who caught Strick
at the plate. Clements walked but
Wood didn't get a hit and the side was

retired scoreless.
Second inning: Umatilla threaten threatened
ed threatened with two out in this inning. B

Turner singled and Skinner reached
first when Strickland dropped the

ball, but Collins flew out to center

and retired the side. Ocala did noth
ing in her half of the second.

in tne tnira ana rourtn innings
Umatilla only had three men at bat
each time. Ocala threatened in the

third but Liddell was thrown out at

the plate when Harris hit a grosnder

to the "pitcher. In the fourth Brown
got, a hit "but was caught trying to
stel second, so neither inning netted

us a score.
Fifth, inning: Mickler got extra en energetic
ergetic energetic in the fifth and struck out

j2q j three men. Ocala came to bat in the

.fifth determined to break the row of

goose eggs and you ought to have

seen the feathers fly. Fred Luffman

led off with a little infield bunt to the

pitcher and beat out the throw to

first. Mickler followed with a sinele.

Liddell struck out. Strickland' popped
up between pitcher and first and the
ball was not caught. The umpire at

once called Strickland out for an in

field fly with runners on first and

second. Harry, held first but Fred

Luff man tried to steal third and got

there because the third baseman got

confused and thought it a forced run

and did not touch Fred out. Harris

came up next and walked,' filling the
bases. Clements hit to the pitcher who

errored and let Luff man and Mickler

score. Wood struck out, retiring the

side. Score: Umatilla 0, Ocala 2.

Umatilla did nothing in the sixth.

Ocala scored another run on a single
by Leavengood, a sacrifice by Luff-

man and a hit by Mickler. Score
Umatilla 0, Ocala 3.

Seventh inning: Umatilla tallied
two in the seventh. Mickler struck

put the first man up. H. Turner pop

ped up a little fly between pitcher and

short. Mickler made a start for it
and the team called Brown so Brown

came after the ball but stopped be before
fore before getting there as if he -expected

Mickler to catch it. Mickler struck

B. Turner out. but Skinner and Col

lins singled, scoring H. Turner nd I
Skinner. Wilson struck out. (An-'
other inning that Mike whiffed three
men.)
Ocala got one more in the seventh.
Strickland led off with a single, and
scored when Harris and Clements
both made first on errors by short and
pitcher. Wood, Dinkins and Brow
went out in regular order, leaving
Harris and Clements oabases. Score:
Umatilla 2, Ocala 4.
Umatilla tried hard in the eighth,
but a little bad base running .lost a
run for them. Merrill hit a long drive
to right' field fence. The ball hit the
fence way up near the top and bound bounded
ed bounded back. Some claim it was a foul
ball. Merrill had a clean two-bagger,
but he tried to stretch it to third and

was called out. The Umatilla boys
claim that Luffman did not teach
Merrill and the umpire was wrong
in his decision. Griffin went out with

(Associated Press)
Hoylake, May 25. Bobby Jones of

Atlanta, considered the probable con contender
tender contender for the British amateur golf
championship, was defeated today by

Allan Graham, -of Liverpool. Cyril

Tolley. the English amateur cham

pion, followed Jones to deefat, being
beaten by J. B. Beddaid.
SECOND REPORT
Only three Americans are left as
competitors in the British amateur
golf championship this afternoon.
They are Frederick J. Wright, of Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, Dr. Paul Hunter, of Los Angeles,
and J. H. Douglas Jr., of Chicago.
Douglas was later eliminated by John

Ball of LiverpooL

LEFT BY HIS LONE
Wright was the only American re remaining
maining remaining in the tournament this afternoon.

a fly to Luffman. Storey singled and
would have scored Merrill if there's
hat little word "if again. In
Ocala's half of the eighth she showed
the old life and added two more.
Luffman led off and went out pitcher
to first. Mickler got a long two two-bagger.
bagger. two-bagger. Liddell sacrificed him to
third. Strickland singled and Mickler
scored. Harris singled and advanced
Strickland to third. Brooks singled
and scored Strickland. Score: Um
tilla 2. Ocala 6.
In the ninth Umatilla tried hard to
make enough to tie the game but only
succeeded" in running one across the
plate. H. Turner led off with a three three-bagger.
bagger. three-bagger. B. Turner hit to short who
fumbled and bounced the ball over
into Wood's territory. Wood recover recovered
ed recovered it and tried to hasten its journey
to first but in his extreme hurry he
overthrew to Strickland and Turner
took second while H. Turner scored.
Both Brown and Wood were credited
with errors for this little tableau.
Mike struck out the next two, hit the
third and the next up flew out to right
field, ending the game. Score: Uma Umatilla
tilla Umatilla 3, Ocala 6.
The Box Score
; Umatilla AB R H PO A E
Wilson, cf 3 0 0 1 1 1
Merrill, rf 5 0 1 0. 0 0
Griffin, 3rd 3 0 0 1 4 0
Storey, c 4 0 1 5 1 0
Landerman, 2nd ...4 0 0 1 1 0

H. Turner, ss 3 2 1 1 3 2
B. Turner, 1st .....4 0 1 13 0 0
Skinner, If 4 1 1 0 0 0
Collins, p 4 0 1 2 6 2

OVER

LUIM

Latest. Plan is to Leave Each Com.
none in Control mi Its Own
People

(Associated Press)

V

Paris, May 25. The latest plan for
settlement of the upper Silesian con controversy,
troversy, controversy, supposedly a British sug suggestion,
gestion, suggestion, is to give Poland and GeY-

Bill to Eliminate Such Officials Has
Passed Both Houses at"
Tallahassee

'Associated Prs)
Tallahassee, May 25. The House

today concurred in the resolution

providing for an additional judge in
the Southern district of Florida' and
passed the Senate bill authorizing the
state to take over the Confederate
soldiers home in Jacksonville.
The House yesterday resumed the

Desultory Firing Last Night
Communications Sererrd
this Morning

and

many, respectively, tne communmes j consideration of the Senafe bill No.
which voted in their favor at the re- 77, providing tor the consolidation of
cent plebiscite, but to hold the entire j the auditing department under the

territory unuer control 01 a- special 1 comptroller's department. It

commission ior unity years.
TEDDER IS IN TROUBLE

was

i finally passed by a vote of -43 to 25.

VICTORY FOR GOVERNOR

(Associated Press)
DeLand, May 25. Fred Tedder of
Port Orange is in jail here, held by
the sheriff in connection with the
shooting and killing of Courtland
Smith last wec-k at Spruce Creek. No
charge has been lodged against Tedder.

j It was the most strongly resisted

measure recommended by the gover governor
nor governor which has thus far been before
the House for consideration. It was
recommended by the governor in his
message to the legislature at the be beginning
ginning beginning of the session. Therefore the
victory for the administration is all
the more complete.
1 CANT CATCH UP
The Butler concurrent j resolution
calling for a constitutional conven convention
tion convention was again informally passed
over. The Futch joint resolution call-

! ing for a constitutional convention is

terday's umpire. They do not accuse
him of crookedness but of not being
as competent as he should have been.
There was considerable complaint
from the Ocala team also so it appears
that Mr. Lwi was dnino the hest

he could and giving the teams a 50- J wav down the list in the order of third
50 split. He called Merrill out on reading in the House. There is grave

third, which seemed wrong, "but he
called Strickland out at the plate in
the first inning when we thought he
was safe.

Ocala

84 3 6 24 16 4
AB RH PO A E

Liddell, cf 3
Strickland, 1st ....5
Harris, If

Clements, rf 3
Wood. 2nd 4
Leavengood, c 3
Brown, ss ....4
Luffman, 3rd 3

Mickler, p
Dinkins, c
Brooks, rf

4
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2
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0
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35 6 12 27 9

Score" by innings:

Umatilla 000 000 2013
. Ocala 000 021 12x 6
. Summary: Left on bases, Umatilla
8, Ocala 9; hits off Collins 12, off

Mickler, 6; struck out by Mickler 10,

by Collins 3; bases on balls off Col

lins 3, off Mickler, 1; hit by Mickler,
2; three-base hits, H. Turner, Strick

land; two-base hits, Merrill, Liddell,
Mickler; sacrifice hits, H. Turner,
Liddell, Wood, Luffinan; stolen bases,
Strickland 2. Harris 2, Mickler,

Brooks. Umpires. Lewis and Welch

Time, 2:20. Attendance, 121 adults,

six boys. Scorer, L. T. Izlar.

Mickler was the outstanding feat

ure of yesterday's game. He pitched
good -ball, struck out ten men, got
two singles and 'a two-bagger out of

four times at bat.

Joe Brooks got a hit that was

good for two bases -m any man s
league but turned his sprained .ankle
as he rounded first and did well to
crawl back to the first station before

he was flagged. s

Another man who was there with

the stick was Strickland. Strickland

came to bat five times. He got

three-baeerer and two singles and

reached first o nan error. He was
on base four out of five times up acd
made two runs.
Some day Strickland is going to
jaw at the wrong man and will find
himself waking up in the Marjon
county hospital. Strickland will have
to learn that a baseball game is not
a prize fight.
Umatilla wasn't satisfied with yes-

Umatilla is going to play us again

tomorrow .Thursday, May 26th. The

manager of their team was much dis

appointed in the crowd yesterday. We

played them 50-50 and they paid their
own expenses. Their share. $27.89,

just did pay their expenses. They

doubt whether the proposition will not
again die on the calendars, as it has
done before.

SALARY BILL SLAIN
Tallahassee, May 25. After about
an hour's debate, the Senate yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, by vote of 13 to 15, killed the
county officers' salary bill. The main

source of opposition to it was the fearl

that it would be declared unconstitu unconstitutional
tional unconstitutional as was the Carlton bilL John-

claim fhat they can drew a better son expressed, the opinion that per-

crowd than that in Umatilla. Come; haps .some-county officers might be

out to the Thursday game and let's

show them that Ocala does support

er team. The game yesterday was an

Interesting one and 'the one Thursday
will be as-good or better. Let's have

crowd. Hit the decks, fans! Snap

into it!

getting too much but the right way

to meet the situation would be to cut
the fees. He 'did not believe it fair
to put sheriffs on the same basis as
other fee officers because they do
much work for which they can get
nothing.

(Associated Press)
f Alexandria, May 25. Only desul desultory
tory desultory firing occurred here last night
following the- recent disturbances
here in which nearly fifty persons
were killed "and nearly 200 wounded,
COMMUNICATIONS CUT
London. May 25-The telephone
wires between Cairo and Alexandria
have been cut says a Cairo -dispatch.
No news has been received today
from Alexandria but disquieting ru rumors
mors rumors are current.

DUBLIN CUSTOM HOUSE
BURNED BY SINN FEIN

(Associate Press)
Dublin. May 25. The Dublin cus custom
tom custom house was set on fire this after afternoon
noon afternoon by a large number of Sinn Fein Fein-ers,
ers, Fein-ers, says a statement from Dublin
castle. By the time the firemen arriv arrived
ed arrived the flames had taken such a hold
it was doubtful if much "of the build building
ing building would be saved. The firgraen were
prevented from going to the scene
quickly and crowd forces seeking to
reach the building were fired on. A
fight followed which the statement
said would be detailed later. It was
reported that four policemen were
wounded, seven Sinn- Feiners killed,
eleven wounded and sixty-five captured.

WILL BE MOIE WORRY
IN JUNE THAN WEDDINGS

Chicago, May 25. More than 100
new wage disputes submitted by rail railroads
roads railroads all over the county have been
filed with .the railroad labor board

"within the last five weeks, it was

learned today. Every submission asks
for a reduction of wages of various
classes of employees from the train
service and shop- crafts division to
common labor. The disputes will bo
heard by the board, beginning June 6.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY. MAY X 1921

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Oeala Evening Star

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... OCALA, FLORIDA

AR. R. Carroll, Prvaldeat
IV V. I.eaveaijood, Srtary-Traaarr
J. JI. Beajamla, Editor
. Entered At Oca la, Fla., postofftce as
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bulwe prophesy that some day Har Harvey
vey Harvey will suffer disgrace and will even eventually
tually eventually sink into oblivion.

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Igal advertisements at legal rates.

We find that both we and Mr. Para Para-grapher
grapher Para-grapher of the Times-Union have
figured wrongly on that booze propo proposition.
sition. proposition. Mr. Paragrapher said half a
million gallons' would make Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville drunk, which shows he overesti overestimates
mates overestimates the earjacity of his home town.
Half a million gallons of the liquid

lightning rod that passes for liquor

these days would make greater New
York 'drunk. It would not make

Jacksonville drunk it would simply

embalm that town, and all Florida and

half Georgia wquld have to go down
there to perform the last sad rites.
But we said nothing about half a mil million,
lion, million, gallons we said half a million
dollars worth. A gentleman from
Jacksonville tells U3 that boose in
that energetic metropolis i3 now quot quoted
ed quoted at from twenty to twenty-five dol dollars
lars dollars a gallon, tho we have heard of

bsome crazytics who would give that

much up for a quart." But at twenty
dollars a gallon, half a million dollars
would buy 25,000 gallons, and it's our
opinion that the- people of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, excepting the large element that
remains chronically sober, could re remain
main remain pretty well tanked up on that
amount for a day oV two and have
some left to soften the hangover.

ROSTER OP THE
COMMISSION MEN

Legislature will adjourn June 3, but
it can do lots of harm before that
date.

"Economy" may be the watchword
of the legislature' but not its policy.
It is predicted that the state tax for
the next two years will be fully cour cour-teen
teen cour-teen mills.

George Harvey i3 the Thersites of
America. Comparatively few people
know who Thersites was and compar comparatively
atively comparatively fewer will remember George
Harvey ten years from now. o

Following is a list of the vegetable
and melon buyers now registered at
the Harrington:
W. H. Chandler, of Chandler &
Company, Lakeland;. W. IL Cooper, of

Frost & McNab, New York; R. W.
Burch and M. II. Dorsett, of R. W.
Burch, Plant City; J. Y. York, of York
& Whitney, Boston; John Minneci, of
Malone & Minneci, Pittsburg; J. A.
Murrell, Orlando; H. T. Kuhlmeyer,
James L. Leonard, Frank L. Kuhl Kuhlmeyer,
meyer, Kuhlmeyer, of Leonard, Crossett & Riley,
Cincinnati; M. M. Helms, of Travis,
Pittsburg; L. Van Loan Jr., Plant
City; A. N. Bahman, of J. Tozzi, New
York; Harry Peilage, of Weil Brock Brock-man
man Brock-man Co., Cincinnati; J. S. Barnes, At Atlanta;
lanta; Atlanta; F. B. Welsback, of Leonard,
Crossett & Riley, Cincinnati; J. B.
Peck, Ocala; H. A. Warner, Orlando;
F. N. Hicks, of W. E. Lee, Plant City;

R. V. Brown and C. A. McRae, of R.
W. Burch, Plant City; Albert Perez
and David Brody, of D. Brody, New
York.

SECOND. CONVENTION OF
COMMERCIAL SECRETARIES

"iHft You have often thought

would have your
examined "some

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Optometrist and Optician
Evesieht peciali.t

' Sfc- eyes

Attorney General Buford says Hun Hunter's
ter's Hunter's oil bill is constitutional. Of
course it is constitutional. If it hadn't
been, the Flagler interests wouldn't
have fought it in the legislature. It
would have cost them less to knock it
out in the supreme court.
, A petition is on its rounds, asking
the council to pass an ordinance to
tax salesmen of phony stock so heav heavily
ily heavily that they can't do business. This
has been done with success in one
Florida town. In another, the people
got together and tarred and feathered
a couple of the scamps. Maybe, that
. was the best way after all.

We can't imagine why the legisla legislature
ture legislature wants to spend ten thousand dol dollars
lars dollars to build a -monument on the site
of St. Joe. the town where the first
constitutional convention of Florida
was held. It wasn't a very good con con-,
, con-, stitution and those who have followed
it were not much better, so the legis legislature
lature legislature had better apply the money to
some useful purpose.
The speech made in London the

otner aay Dy AmDassaaor 10 ureai
Britain George Harvey, was about
what we should expect from George.
It was rude, iconoclastic, untruthful

, and unnecessary, it wouia nave Deen
like a dash of cold water in the face
of the British statesmen who heard
- him, if they hadn't .known Harvey to
be a boor, and were expecting some
such utterance from him. Harvey
insulted his own country more than
any other in his speech. The splendid
idealism that he sneered at, the heart heartfelt
felt heartfelt belief that America was fighting
to save the world where would we
have been without it. Of course Har-

very's speech pleased irreconciliable
'."republicans and renegade democrats,
pro-Irish, pro-Germans; tight-wads,
slaMrprs nnrl r.rnitors cAnprnllv. Tint

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Hnirhps uTinmvpH of trip snppch- Of

I course, they cannot say so. But the
speeches of President .Harding, Mon Monday,
day, Monday, in Hoboken and New York, di

rectly contradicted what Harvey said;
and if Harding does not represent
America,. who does? What evil influ influence
ence influence caused the president to send
George Harvey, the egotist and jrene jrene-gade
gade jrene-gade democrat, to represent this coun country
try country in London, no one. can imagine,

MICKIE SAYS

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C. Cecil Bryant
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Gary Block, Over 10c Store
PHONE 332X

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con

tract work. Gives more and better

work for the money than any other

contractor in the city.

W. K. Lane, M. DL, physician and
mrgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf

ES

Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not. guar
anteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave . Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-

Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
NTork-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
Tampa 2:15 am
Tampa-Manatee ( 1 :35 pm
Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm

ATLANTIC COAST LNE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7 : 1 0 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
?:30pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
'Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

2:55 sm
2:15 am
1:50 pm
1:05 pm

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Reports from over the state indi indicate
cate indicate that there will be a large attend attendance
ance attendance at the second annual convention
of the Florida State Commercial Sec Secretaries
retaries Secretaries Association to be held in St,

Augustine June 6th and 7th. Much
enthusiasm is being shown,' especially
by the' secretaries who attended the
convention of the Southern Commer Commercial
cial Commercial Secretaries Association in Jack

sonville and ho learned of the great
beif fits-to be derived from a getting
together of the secretaries of the ya
rious organizations for the' discussion
of problems and an exchange of ideas.
The convention in St. Augustine
will have before it some of the most
pressing problems now facinng the
comercial bodies of the state. The
problem of the motor camp for tour tourists
ists tourists will be disctlssed. An exhibit
of advertising forms of booklets and
other printed matter will be made and
talks will be made by. expert adver advertising
tising advertising men and printers. Represen Representatives
tatives Representatives of the passenger and indus industrial
trial industrial departments of the railroads
operating in Florida will be present to
discuss the cooperation of their de departments
partments departments with the commercial or organizations.
ganizations. organizations. Not all of the program will be
given to work. ,The St. Augustine
Board of Trade has arranged excel excellent
lent excellent entertainment including lunch luncheons,
eons, luncheons, boat rido?, sight-seeing and a
dip in the ocean.
All of the commercial secretaries of
the state are expected to attend,
whether now members of the associa association
tion association or not. -They are expected to
bring the presidents or any ofher of officer
ficer officer of their organization and are
urged to attend with their Tamiiles-

BENEFIT CARD PARTY

WATCH
THE NEWSPAPERS
FOR
IMPORTANT
ANNOUNCEMENT
IN A
FEW DAYS
J. M A L E V EOR

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ATTRACTIVE PRICES
Uneedas and all 10c National Biscuit Co.'s crack crack--
- crack-- ers 8c, tr 3 for 22c- All 20-cent packages
16c or 3 for 40 cents.
Evaporated Peaches, per pound 15c.
Octagon Soap 8c; 3 for 20c
Export Borax Soap, per cake 5c
Grandma, Gold Dust and other washing Powders
per package 5c
Cherry Bell FTour a strictly first-class Kansas
hard wheat flour 12-lb. bags 80c; 24-pcund
bags $1.55.
Very best Head Rice 3 pounds 25c.
Very best'Blue Rose Rice 4 pounds 25c
Lard Compound, 1 pound 15c; 2 pounds 25c
Pure Lard, per pound 20c; 2 pounds for 35c
Argo Starch, 3 for 25c; 1 dozen for 95c
CloverbJoom Butter... 1 lb. 40c, Z lbs. for 75c,
Pdre Sugar Cane Syrup in quart cans or bot bottles,
tles, bottles, 30c; pint 15c; drawn from barrel, per
gallon 75c
VV. Baker's Cocoa, A pound 30c; 2 for 55c

W. Baker's Cooking Chocolate, -lb. cakes 25c
Our Delivery Service is at your command
if you trade with us.
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163

A most charming affair has been
planned for this coming Friday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon by the ladies of St. Pnilip's
Catholic church for the benefit of the
church building fund.
This affair is to be held in the par parlors
lors parlors of the Ocala House, Friday, May
27th, from 3:30 to 6:30 p. m. There
are to be tables for auction bridge,
rook and five hundred. Many ladies
have already reserves several tables
each for their friends. It is to be
hoped that every one who possibly can
will take advantage of this occasion
to spend a pleasant afternoon enter entertaining
taining entertaining their friends andin'this way
lend their aid in building the beauti beautiful
ful beautiful church which St. Philip's parish is

erecting on the corner of Oklawaha
avenue and Tuscawilla street. The

church is to be a gray stone'structure

of Gothic architecture and will be a

decided addition to the beauty of our

city.
Many lovely gifts have been donat donated
ed donated for prizes by the following: C. R.
Tydings & Co., Rheinauer & Co., J. J.
Gerig, W. W. Condon, Frank's, Mrs.
E. C. Beuchler, Mrs. E. Merrill, Mrs.
J. W. Dumas, Miss Rosalie Lopez and
Mrs. Wel?h Wheeler. These prizes
are now on exhibition in the window
of Mr. J. J. Gerig's drug store. The
committee in charge, namely, Mrs.
Welsh Wheeler, Miss Theo Wallis,
Mrs. J. Wade Dumas and Mrs. Philip
G. Murphy have been delighted by the
kindness and generosity of all whom
they have approached in regard to
this party. The committee will also
serve refreshments and in this connec connection
tion connection have found the ladies of Ocala
equally as generoua-in giving cakes
and goodies as the gentlemen in giv giving
ing giving prizes.
For those who do not care to play
cards, there will be an opportunity
for a social hour of chat and it has
been suggested that ladies not caring
to play cards, come right along jost
the same, bring their sewing, and
make themselves at home.
While refreshments, are being serv served
ed served there will be music furnished by
Mr. B. Goldman from his grafanola
department.
Although afternoon parties -are
generally considered strictly ladies'
affairs, the committee feels that 'the
results of this" party will benefit the
men as well as the ladies and they

will be most delighted to have the

men drop in for refreshments and in incidentally
cidentally incidentally help the good cause ajong.
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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, condition

are favorable at the expiration of

said sixty days we shall makeva fur

ther reduction. Our milk for April

shows a butter fat content of 4 ac

cording, to city inspection; fofc May

iJZVc, bact., 3200, with accessory in

spection at 85; tuberculosis testby
state authority applied May 24th

gives an absolutely clean bill of

health. Phone 343. 24-3t

BARGAINS IN USED CAJIS
1919 Dodge Touring, new paint.. $750
1919 Overland Roadster. J$350
1919 Buick 5-passenger. ....... .$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.

We have stock of EIGHT FOOT
CAR STICKS for loading -tomato
cars. R. H. Todd Lumber Co. 24-4t

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To Inspect Our
UP-TO-DATE

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Odorless Dry Cleaning Plant

Thoroughly Equipped With
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MODERN MACHINERY
Garments Pressed on STEAM PRESSES
GUARANTEE NO SMELL OF
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Gasoline or .denning Preparations
Phone 101
DEPARTMENT DRY CLEANING
Ocala Steam Laundry

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. price 59 to 65 cents the yard. As a
Special Leader for tomorrow morn morning
ing morning only, we will sell not more
than 5 yards to one customer
at

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We dose
THURSDAYS
at 1 o'clock, for
employees half
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I LA SOL. 50 cents the bottle at

Gerig's Drug Store.

Day Phone 47. Nif ht Phoop 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors. Embalnera
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala. Fla.'

As the warm, days approach those
delicious cinnamon rolls become more
appreciated by the ihrifty housewife.
Only the best are made at the Federal
Bakery.
This is a Studebaker year. tf

Standard dru and specialties,
promptly delivered. Phone 435;. Q.
a Greene. 2-tf
.There's no extra ciJirr for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 153. tl

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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1921 T

THEATER PARTY

The last of the series of parties

given by Mrs. Clarence Camp and

daughter, was concluded yesterday

afternoon. The feature of the enter

tainment was a moving picture party
at the Temple theater, mostly for
those friends of the hostesses who do

not play cards. ;
There were about thirty-five ladies

present on this much enjoyed occas occasion.
ion. occasion. The picture was Mary Miles

Minter in "Don't Call Me little Girl,"
a special favorite with everybody.
While watching the pictures the
guests were treated to candy.
At the conclusion of the picture

show, automobiles conveyed the party

to the Camp home, where they were
served an appetizing two-course sup supper.
per. supper. The decorations were the -same
.as the day before and were greatly
"admired.
Mrs. Camp and Miss Camp afforded
pleasure to their friends that will not
soon be forgotten for of all the many
well appointed and enjoyable affairs
given in Ocala, none can surpass these
three parties.

Mrs. H. B. Clarkson, Mrs. Frank
Wetherbee, Mrs. E. A. Osborne, Mrs.
H. F. Watt, Mrs. L. N. Green, Mrs. E.
M. Howard, Mrs. W. T. Gary, Mrs. T.
H. Johnson, Mrs. W. Si Bullock, Mrs.
H. M. TTamntnn Mn V T. ramrr

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Mrs. George MacKay, Mrs Rex Todd,
Mrs. Henry Livingston, Mrs. John L,
Edwards, Mrs. Artnui; .Cobb, Mrs. H.
W. Tucker, Mrs. T. M- Moore, Mrs.
L. M. Murray, Mrs. Ted Drake, Mrs.
J. K. Dickson, Mrs. Parker Painter,
Mrs. Charles Cullen, Mrs. B. A.
Weathers, Mrs. Raymond Bullock,
Mrs. Jack Camp, Mrs. Phil Robinson,
Mrs. Leta Bennett and Misses Mary
Marshall, Mamie Sheppard, Annie
MacKay, Sidney Cullen and Miss
Eddins.

AUCTION PARTY

The Tuesday evening auction club
held a very enjoyable meeting last
night with Miss Alice Sexton at her
home on Oklawaha avenue. Only the
members and Mrs. W. A. Wilds, who
substituted for an absent one, were
present. Miss Louise Spencer for
making the highest score was award awarded
ed awarded a unique incense burner. In con conclusion
clusion conclusion Miss Sexton served a chicken
salad course. ;

ROTES WILL ENTERTAIN -YOUNG
MEN OF THE
GRADUATING CLASS

The weekly luncheon of the Ocala
Rotary Club yesterday was a snappy
one, not given entirely to serious
matters' nor entirely to having a good
time. Announcement was made of
.the standing committees of the club
far the new year. The secretary was
directed" to express to Col. John M.
Martin, the city's grand old man, the
regret and concern of the club upon
hearing of his recent injury, to ex express
press express the great pleasure given the Ro Ro-tarians
tarians Ro-tarians by Coi. Martin by his presence
at a recent luncheon, and to wish him
ft speedy recovery. Announcement
was made that at the next weekly
luncheon, the Rotarians will entertain
Prof. P. H. Hensley and the boys of
the graduating class of the Ocala
high school,
HEALING SERVICE THURSDAY
A dealing service will be held in
Grace-Episcopal church by Rev. J. J.
Neighbour, the rector, Thursday
morning at 10 o'clock; to which the
public, is invited. It is earnestly de desired
sired desired that all members of the prayer
circles be present.

ELECT JtA

Electra, May 24. The rain has
ceased and every, one, is enjoying the
nice warm sunshine again.
Mr, A.' J. Hoi ton has purchased" a
flivver. c
Miss Mae E. Ligfitfoot of the Mvhn
lan Farms was the guest" of Miss
Haze! Mock Monday.
The farmers. of this section have
vbeen y.ry busy setting out potatoes
. after the nice rains.
Mrs. John Ford of Washington, has
come to reside on the Muclan Farms.
, Mr. Woods of Miami is erecting a
nice little cottage on little Lake Bry Bryant.
ant. Bryant. He and his wife are welcome
residents here.
Saturday, May 21st, Miss Hazel M.
Mock gave a birthday party and candy
pulling which was attended by a large
crowd. Various games were enjoyed
by all until a late hour, after which
cake and refreshments were served!
Everyone expressed to Miss Mock
their thanks for a nice time and hoped
she would not wait until her next
birthday to give them another party.
Mr. and Mrs. Lightfoot of the Muc Muclan
lan Muclan Farms will leave soon,to visit rel relatives
atives relatives in Alabama. We shaM miss
them while they are gone.
Mr. Oliver Randall was the guest
of Miss Hazel M. Mock Sunday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. They attended the B. Y. P. U.
Mr. Charles Mocfwas the guest of
Mr. Lawton Martin Sunday.

The

Better Tires Are
Now Lo wer Priced

Two important factors underlie the remark remarkable
able remarkable values new offered in Goodyear Tires
arid Tubes. One is ihe nisny improvements
made in liicia during the past few months;
the other is the price reductions we have
just pat into elTcct.
A conspicuous excniple of the values now
to be had in Goodyear Tires is our clincher
type 30x3 2-inch Goodyear Cord Tire. This
first quality product one of the most du
ruble and efficient tires we ever built can be
bought today from Goodyear Service Station
Dealers for only

$24.50

The Goodyear Tie Rubber Company

Offices Throughout the World
3Ckx3,RPerAnAV"earLer;i-f nQ 3Cx3V4 Non-SViJ
TteaJ Fabric Cain,: X I faic Caaing

3Cx3V4 Heavy Tourlw t ubc $ - 5
in waterproof bag 31. 3-x3:z Rr;;uL.r Tube-

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CHAILLE-BRICKETT

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lce iouowing invitation, and at
home card came to the Star this

morning, and the news that they con convey
vey convey will be received with

friends of the groom-to-be, who with

Ul5 parenis, curing most of his boy boyhood
hood boyhood days, made this rit-o- hu

-J UVUIC
Smce leaving Ocala he Has ftade a

success in business in Miami and is
one of that town's m6st popular and
highly respected citizens:
"Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bishop
Brickett request the nonor of your
presence at the marriage of their
daughter, Minnie Frances to Mr. Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Frederick ChaiDe. on Tuesday
evening, June 14th, 1921. at nine
o'clock, Grace Episcopal church, Wel Wel-don,
don, Wel-don, N. C.
"Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Frederick
Chaille, at home after, August 15th,
2600 N. E. -Second avenue, Miami,

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OCALA - x FLORID

SYLVINA H. LITTLEFIELD

AUTO SALES COMPANY

Mack Taylor
DISTRIBUTOR OF GOODYEARTIRES

North Main St.

Ocala, Florida.

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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 2:30p. m. Owned and operated by 100 Americans, tf

Sylvina H. Littlefield died at his
home on Oklawaha this morning at 2
o'clock after an illness of several

months. Mr. Uttleneld moved to
Florida several months ago for the
benefit of his health, his former resi residence
dence residence being Cumberland, Maine. He
leaves a devoted wife to mourn his
death. The funeral services wil Itake
place tomorrow afternoon at four
o'clock from his late rpsSrfon0 in

terment will be made in Oklawaha (

cemetery. Sam R. Pyles & So. have
charge of the funeral arrangements..
All Garcia de Oro cigars wrapped in
tinfoil 10c at all dealers. 5-tf
KEEP YOUfG
People with bad backs and weak
kidneys are apt to feel old at sixty.
Many old folks say Doan's Kidney
Pills help them keep young. Here's
an Ocala case:
J. D. Small, retired merchant, N.
Osceola St.. says: "I had been suffer suffering
ing suffering with pains across the small of
my back and in my sides. My lower
limbs often ached snH folt mmk nr.

kidneys didnf act right and at times,

iue secretions were scanty and pain painful
ful painful in passage. I had a dull, achy
feeling al lover until I used Doan's
Kidney Pills, which I got at the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. Doan's prov proved
ed proved effective and soon had me well. I
haven't had any return of thfu

ments since."

Price 60c, at all dealers. Dont
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Small had. Foster-Mil hnri c

Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 9

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UNITED STATES TIRES HOOD TIRES
ACCESSORIES
g SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS f
' CARS WASHED AND POLISHED

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in dsfeiiss of
the wlfeii'
of .the citrus
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Bottle Maraschino Cherries..... .20

Both for $1.00 while $145
they last at Ceng's Drug Store. 21-tf
For fresh garden vegetables, sweet
corn, green peppers and fruit of all
kinds, phone 576, Dixie Fruit Store,
nejet to the togue. 25-2t

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June First

THE Willys-Knight Sleeve-valve motor Improves with
use. It is amazingly frea from care and cost. The
gasoline mileage averages above 20 miles per gallon.
Its smooth performance is a source of lasting satis satis-faction.
faction. satis-faction.
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Prices f. o. b. Toledo, Ohio
Touring, was $2195; June 1, $1895
Roadster, was 2195; June 1, 1895
Coupe, was 2845; June 1, 2550 N
" Sedan, was 2945; June i; 2750

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per gallon of gasoline, its saving in tire and upkeep
make it now the low-priced automobile to own and
use. x
Prices L o. b. Toledo, Ohio

Touring, was 3 895; June 1, $ 695
Roadster, was $95; June ($5
Coupe, was 1425; June 1, 1000
Sedan, was 1475; June 1, 1275

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OCALA QCCURHEtlCES

! Mrs. S. A; Moses left this afternoon

for Jacksonville, where she was called

If you hive any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. M. W. Lloyd returned today
from a business trip to Tampa.

Mr. and Mrs.
leave tomorrow

Richard McConathy
afternoon for Way-

on account of the serious illness of nesville, N. C, where they will spend

VOGUE-HAS CHANGED HANDS

her brother.

most of the summer.

This is a Studebaker year. tf

If you smoke cigars why not get Pint Pure Olive Oil

the best? Ask for Garcia de Oro 10 Bottle Maraschino Cherries.

at all dealers. 5-tf

- t

.$L25
. 20

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haviland of
Belleviesv were shoppers in town for
the morning.

. Prescriptions correctly filled and
promptly delivered. Call 435 G. C.

ureene.

Mrs. E. C. Sage of Tampa i3 visit visiting'
ing' visiting' her son and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. K. Sage. "

For fresh garden vegetables, sweet
corn, green peppers and fruit of all
kinds, 'phone 576, Dixie Fruit Store,

next to the Vogue. 25-2t
Miss Libby Rice and Mr. Zach Rice
of Detroit are visiting their cousins,
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Sage.

Both for $1.00 while $1.45

Prayer meeting at the Christian they last at Ceng's Drug Store. 21-tf
church this evening. Subject, Mis-! i

Special ; Mr. and Jfrs. E. A. Mobley are now
; making their home at Pinemount.
Their friends wish them much success
..$1.25 and happiness in their new home.

20

sions. Leader, W. L. .Gray,
song service.

Pint Pure Olive Oil
Bottle Maraschino Cherries .

Both for $1.00 while $1.45
they last at Gerig's Drug Store. 21-tf

. Mrs. L. S. Mason leaves Saturday
for a summer vacation, "which she'will
spend with relatives in Virginia and
North Carolina.

Danish' Pastry is

The neat and attractive ice cream
parlor on Fort King avenue in the
Harrington building has been sold to
Mr. James Hall. Mr. Bruce and
daughter, the former owners of the
Vogue, have left for the north, where
they will make their future home.
Mr. Hall is best known in Ocala as
the Strout farm agent, but lately he
has been branching out into the mer mercantile
cantile mercantile line. He recently purchased
the W. A. Stroud fruit and confec confectionery
tionery confectionery business and has opened his

Fifteen cent loaves of bread have real estate office in the rear room of

been reduced to two for 25 cents at j that store. His latest acquisition, the
the Federal Bakery. 24-5t Vogue, will be run by Miss Zeigler, a
- j young lady who with her smiles and
Our facilities can iot make ALL j charms will capture much of the

the bread used m Ucaia, so we make j morning dope trade. In connection
the BEST. Federal Bakery. 24-6t j with the. Vogue Mr. Hall and Mr. T. O.

' I Thrash have also purchased the whole-
Mr. and Mrs. Leverett Futch and rroam huinps on North

beeomine quite son. Simmons and Mrs. Futch's moth

1921 Ford roadster without starter
in Al condition; good tires; for $250
cash. DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE. 6t

popular with the ladies for afternoon er, Mrs. Raiford Simmons have re- j business has been steadily growing

Rev. and Mrs. C. W. White and
daughter, Miss Caroline White and j

Miss Ruth Simmons returned today
from Clearwater.

tives at High Springs.

Mrs. R. S. Hall will entertain two
tables of auction players Friday
morning at her home on Fort King
avenue. (

Our Bathing Cap3 are pretty and
durable. All fresh stork. GerigV
Drug Store. U

Mrs. Milby Lloyd's friends will be
glad to learn that she has recovered
sufficiently to leave the hospital for
home and it is hoped that in a short
time she will be entirely well again.

Miss Louise Spencer leaves Friday
afternoon for a few days' visit to

Jacksonville, where sjae win be the i

guest of Miss Susannah Dodge. Miss

For fresh garden vegetables, sweet Spencer goes to Jacksonville especial-

corn, green peppers and fruit of all j ly at this time to witness the graduat graduat-kinds,
kinds, graduat-kinds, phone 576, Dixie Fruit Store, i ing class play in which Miss Dodge
next to the Vogue. 25-2t takes an important part.

i and now sells ice cream to most of the

towns in Marion county and to. some

few towns in adjacent counties. Mr.

Thrash owns a large number of blood blooded
ed blooded cows and will use the milk from
these in the manufacture of the ice
cream for the new firm. Mr. I, E.

! McGee will be in charge of the whole whole-j
j whole-j sale end of the business and expects
j to be shipping ice cream daily to the

in the county and to

Garcia de Oro. that mild Havana jcSE

fit',. -: iu n j i r :n

113

We Knock the Spots
Oat of Things.

Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor and Mr.

and Mrs." G. S. Scott expect to move largest towns

Friday to their home on Jthe lake for ; the four or fine adjacent counties.
the summer months. They will have
as their guests for a month Dr. E. L. Mrs. W. J. Tilltjjan and baby have
Scott's two daughters. Kathleen and i left the hospital and are at their
Alice, who will arrive the last of the ; home on Pine street. Mrs. Tillman

week from their home in Birmingham. : was very weak for awhile, but herl

Mrs. Scott will meet her grandchil-' friends will be glad to know she is
dren in Jacksonville. gaining strength steadily.

Ladies' and Men's Garments
Cleaned and Dyed in a Superior
Manner
Send us jour garments and have
them CLEANED CLEAN We call
for nd deliver work promptly.
La-Donde Cleaning Co.
Over Jira&h Grocery Co.
" HARRY A. STEIN. Prop.

NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
and Storage

Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed $1.00
Cars Polished .50
Oklawnha Ave. &. Orange St
Phone 252

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Am fa thm grmmtmmt dtimm mo In
- him own homm town thm U. S.
Tirm urnmr gmtt fremh, Hvm tirmw
of current production."

THE U. S. CHAIN TREAD
On of the few tires of which it may
be said that they deliver economy
year in and year out and tire after tire.
The U. S. Chain Tread gives
sufficient traction on all ordinary
road surfaces. It is probably the
handsomest, and by all odds the
most popular, of the whole U. S.
Fabric Tire Una.

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"In mrmry amotion, howmvmr
rmmotm, you hnd m dmmlmr in
frmh. Uvm U. S, Tirmm."

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IF you could get together all the car
owners you know, you'd probably
find that their tire experiences had been
much the same.
Most of them have taken their fling
at "job lots," "discontinued lines" and
"surplus stocks." Socn or late, nearly
all settled back on quality first as the
'one sound assurance of tire value.
As soon as a man forgets the cut cut-price
price cut-price tag, and comes to the dealer who
concentrates on a full, completely
sized stock of U. S. Tires he learns
what it means to get fresh, live tires
notorize in a while but every time.
Not merely in the big cities, but in
his own home town.

ires

Not merely for the heavy car, but for
the medium and light-weight car a
full selection of size, tread and type.
mW-
Your U. S. Tire dealer can give you
this service because of the service he
gets from his neighboring U. S. Factory
Branch. There are 92 of these Branches.
Each gets its share of U. S. Tires, -so
that the dealer is always supplied with
fresh, live stock.
U. S.Tires sell asfast as they are made.
There is no over production. No sur surplus
plus surplus piled up waiting for a "market."
m9
Wherever you buy a U. S. Tire
3rou buy a tire of current production,
as full of life and value as- the day it
left the makers.

ntied States

R:ii

bber Company

SIX
GILLETTE

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BLADES
WITH
HOLDER
$1.25

PREPAID.
Attractive Case

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Pasteur & Johnson, Anthony, Fla.
Robert A, Swain, Anthony, Fla.
Nelson & Company, Belleview, Fla.
Ramey & Company, Citra, Fla.
Gatrell-Osteen Company, Fairfield.

Ma.

Arlo Box Company, Oak,

Auto Sales Company, Ocala, Fla. -Kumback
Service Station, Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Gas Engine Works, Ocala, Fla.
Tucker & Simmons, Ocala, Fla."

Kedding's Garage, Reddick, Fla.
U. I). lHHiglas, Weirsdale, Fia.
Weirsdale Garage, Weirsdale, Fla.

!

Satisfaction Guaranteed or
Money Refunded
This offer is for a limited
time only
Remit by money order or
cash (no stamps)

FRED RAZOR CO.
1475 BROADWAY
MEW YORK CITY

SC0UTMEETING
FRIDAY, ilAY '27th, 1921
8 P. M. at
THE PUBLIC LIBRARY
m
For all boys of the city
over 12 years of age,
for the purpose of or organizing
ganizing organizing a troop of
Boy Scouts in Ocala.
This troop will be
foimed in two divis divisions
ions divisions First division for
boys oyct 15 years of of-age.
age. of-age. Second division ;
for boys from 12 to 15.
Parents and others
are asked to he
present at this,
THE FIRST MEETING

UNCLASSIFIED

ADVI2lTISE.IHiTS

rt' ANTED. LOST. I-OUND. F0S
SALE. FOR RENT AND SHU
" ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

irttUUX!

XX

SASH

DOOR

Geo. MacKay 24Co.
Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

FOR SALE OR RENT Home at No.
22 Sanchez street. Apply Rogers Rogers-Wilson
Wilson Rogers-Wilson Realty Company for further
particulars. 9-tf -.
FURNITURE REPAIRING I malgt
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, 31 4
S. Main St, near laundry. 18-12t

FOR SALE Large two-story houses,
good bam and garage, also chicken
house, smokehouse and wood shed.
In addition to all city convergence
has soft water in kitchen. On a two two-acre
acre two-acre lot with plenty of shifle, but
no undergrowth. Well located, ia
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. !8-7t

AUTOMOBILES PAINTED Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable prices, work guaranteed. Ap Apply
ply Apply hours 9 to 5, room 2, Merchants
block. 19-6t

HOT, DIZZY FEELING
Atlanta La jj's UncomforU Je anj
Annoying Condition Reliered,
She Says, by CardnL
Atlanta, Ga. Miss Alice Frances
Young, of 28 East Alexander Street,
this city, says: "After entering wo womanhood,
manhood, womanhood, I suffered so much with
womanly weakness. My back ached.
I would hare, at certain times, a hot
feeling .that seemed to go tqjny head.
Even my, shoulders would hurt, -and it
made me very dizzy- and uncomfort uncomfortable.
able. uncomfortable. When the blood would flow to
my head I suppose that was what It
was I would faint and feel so weak.
"I couldn't do my work. I had a
good roaUlm. a 2d this was surely
annoying as well as embarrassing. I
would usually have to go home and
go to bed. I certainly suffered greatly.
I heard of Cardul, and my mother
bought It for me. It was the first and
only medicine that ever did me any
gocd for this trouble."
Dizziness, headache, sldeache, back back-ache,
ache, back-ache, tlred-out feeling and other dis disagreeable
agreeable disagreeable smptoms are often signs of
womanly troubles. Thousands of wo women
men women who formerly suffered from these
and similar ailments have found Car Cardul
dul Cardul a very valuable remedy.
Cardul Is composed only of pure.

vegetable ingredients which have long

In tue treatment of many -diseases and

iltiA,jlAM .instil 1 i a i- r wrtmn

i axe iraui.

,4

LOST Saturday night between the vV
sqnare and hospital, a blue broad-
cloth coat trimmed in. military
braid. Return to Ocala House and
receive reward. 23-2t

FOR SALE Dozen fine hens. Apply
to F. C Clayton. Sharp's Ferry
road, two miles from Ocala. 24-lt

FOR RENT My home on S. Sanchez
St., six furnished rooms; use of
piano 'if desired. Permanent. Apply
615 South Sanchez St, phone 388
Mrs.'F. Lytle. 24-6t

FOR RENT Three-room cottage;
kitchenette; all conveniences. 513
Ninth street; 15 per month.' Pos Possession
session Possession June 1st. Inquire on prern-
ises. 24-6t

FOR RENT Two furnished rooms,
with bath. Phone 98. 25-t"
FOR RENT Furnished apartment,
four rooms, bath and kitchen. Call
" phone 98. 25-t

FOR SALE Medium sue safe, in
good condition, at very reasonable
price for quick salev Apply to J.
Malever, Ocala. Fla. 25-tf

FURNISHED ROOMS For rent in
attractive location. Apply, at 902
E. Ft. King, or caU phone 323. 25-t

Dazira Face Powder Is satisfying;
and the odor is dainty. Ask to see it
at Ger:g' Drug Store. tf

Nice destroys the odor of perspira perspiration,
tion, perspiration, 25 cents at Gerig's Drug tSore. tf

Tour druggist sells It.

NO-149 Unclassified ads. gets result.

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As usual, for the past
30 years, af this sea season
son season of the year, this

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60 Days Sale, now
going on at Gadson's
Store.

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AUTO SALES CO.
MACK TAYLOR
Dealers in DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR CARS
HANDLE U. S. TIRES

Coifciiiii UMf MpM ID
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1921, 1 intend to reducethe large stock on hand 61 Dry Goods, and Men,
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Women and Children's Ready-to-wear. COME AND SEE for yourself and be hi
convinced that everytljing is really REDUCED. I must have room for a big l
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reducing prices, as merchandise is cheaper. ; hi

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