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OCALA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1921
Along Kentucky and West Virginia
Borders' is to be At.
' (Associated Preas
, Washington, May 26. The Senate
committee on education and labor to today
day today voted to investigate the recent
disorders in the coal mining region
along the Kentucky and West Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia border- A sub-committee prob probably
ably probably will begin the hearing at Will Williamson,
iamson, Williamson, W. Va., June 10th.
North Carolina has a total popula population'
tion' population' of 2,559,123, divided as follows:
Negroes, 763,407; Indians, 11,824;
whites, 178,399, and all other races,
VITAL BUSINESS POLICY
The administration's policy of pro promoting
moting promoting exportation as a means to toward
ward toward restoration of normal business
conditions- was discussed at a White
House dinner last night attended by
Secretaries Mellon and Hoover, J. P.
Morgan, Paul Warburg and several
other prominent financiers. President
Harding is said to have talked over
the whole subject with his guests.
RAIDS WILL CONTINUE ON THE
The $100,000,000 deficiency appro appropriation
priation appropriation bill carrying $200,000 for
prohibition enforcement until July 1st
was passed today by the House. It
now goes to the Senate.
AMERICANS NOT IN IT
Bloody Britishers on Golf Links Beat
Hoylake, May 26. Fred Wright of
Boston, the last of the American en entrants
trants entrants for the British amateur golf
championship, was eliminated in the
sixth round today, losing to Bernard
Darwin by" one hole.
BUBONIC PLAGUE IN MEXICO
Havana, May 26. Thirty-eight
cases of bubonic plague with 25 deaths
were recorded in Tampico, Mexico,
and its environs in April and May, ac according
cording according to reports received by Havana
DOWN WITH LEIVD
Chicago, May 26 Another death
' was added to the nineteenth ward po
litical feud toll today, the police be believe,
lieve, believe, when Michael Lazara, a saloon
keeper, was shot down in the street.
He had just parted from a friend
when two men stepped up and fired
five shots into his back.
, ADMIRAL FECHTELER
Norfolk, May 26. Rear Admiral A.
F. Fechteler, commandant of the Fifth
Naval district, died here today after
an illness of several months, which
reached its climax several days ago
in an acute attack of heart trouble.
He was born in Prussia in 1857 and
appointed to the Naval Academy from
New York in 1873.
It is expected that Admiral Hugh
Rodman, now in command of the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific fleet, will succeed Fechteler as
CORNWELL WANTS A
FAIR DEAL IN COAL
New York, May 26. Former Gov Governor
ernor Governor John J. Cornwell, of West Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, advises the National Coal As Association
sociation Association to see that the public gets
a square deal at all times in the pur purchase
chase purchase of coal. vHe urged the coal or organization
ganization organization to compel the "outlaw
operators who gouge the public to
play the game on the square."
He told the coal men that they
cannot expect public support and eo eo-opeartipn
opeartipn eo-opeartipn if some coal operators or
dealers gouge the public every time
they had an opportunity. He warned
them of the danger of government
control or nationalization of mines and
told them that what happened to the
railroads may happen to the coal bus business
iness business if it does not meet the require requirements
ments requirements of the public.
GIFTS FOR GRADUATES
Manybeautiful. gifts are on display
by the Book Shop, in Jewelry, Silver
Goods, Books. Stationery and other
Bright color percales, 36 inches.
IWere 50c., now 19c at FISHELS.
This is a Stutfebaker year.
FUG III SPITE
OF THE FOG
Eddie Rickenbacker On His Way from
the Pacific to the
t Associated Press)
Redwood City, Calif., May 26-lCa'p-tain
Eddie Rickenbacker left here at
daybreak for what he hoped would be
a record breaking flight to Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. He expected to arrive at Omaha
at 8 o'clock tonight and Washington
A heavy fog caused Captain Rick Rickenbacker
enbacker Rickenbacker to return here. He expected
tc get away later in the day.
Captain Rickenbacker was forced
to return on account of the fog but
started again shortly after 8 o'clock.
Mr. Charles Hopkins of High
Springs, died several days ago in
the Waycross (Ga.) hospital, and the
funeral was held this morning m St.
Petersburg. Mr- Hopkins was orig
inally from Marion county and was
from one of our most respected and
highly esteemed families. He was a
most deserving and upright young
man and his death is grlatly deplored.
MrsA. B. Williams of Martel, his sis sister,
ter, sister, -his the sympathy of her many
friends in her sorrow.
AT THE STAE UNIVERSITY
Gainesville, May 26. Commence
ment exercices at the University of
Florida will begin this year Sunday,
June 5th, with the baccalaureate ser
mon and continue through Tuesday
night, according to the program just
announced. Judge Thomas M. Shackle
ford, of Tampa, formerly chief jus
tice of the Florida supreme court, is
to deliver the baccalaureate address
Tuesday morning while the baccalau
reate sermon Sunday will be delivered
by the Rev. Milton R Worsham, rec rector
tor rector of the Church of the Good Shep
herd, of Jacksonville.
The alumni banquet will be held
Monday at 1 p. m., while the evening
will be featured by the junior and
senior oratorical contest for the board
of control medal;
Judge Shackleford's address Tues
day morning will be followed by the
conferring of degrees and the award
ing of medals and others prizes. The
annual junior prom will be the con concluding
cluding concluding feature Tuesday evening.
Students who will receive their
diplomas are: m
College of Law: Alto L. Adams, El Elmer
mer Elmer W. Boring, Joseph S. Clarke, J.
M. Edrehi, E. B. Green, C. J. Hardee,
J. W. Walker, W. M. Madison, F. H.
Mellor, O. H. Norton, E. B. Quinan,
C. A. Savage, S. L. Scruggs, E C.
College of Arts and Sciences: C. C.
Cox, H. M. Friedlander, B. G. Gill, C.
D. Johnson, M. B. MatlaCk, H. M.
Merchant, T. O. Otto, M. Stein, F. R.
College of Engineering: J. D. Al Almond,
mond, Almond, H. G. Ford. G. W. Hartraan,
McCoy Hubbard, Van E. Huff, D. B.
Knight, W. A. McKey, J. B. Moor Moor-head,
head, Moor-head, C. A. Pfeifer, Jose de Sampaio,
C. S. Thomas, Joseph N. Watkins.
College of Agriculture: C. P. Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, P. O. Baker, A. K. Bishop, H. E.
Bratley, D. F. Christiance, R. L.
Driggers, J. K. Goldsby, J. R. Gunn,
H. G. Hamilton, C. P. Heuck, W. H.
Mahoney, C. H. Nichols, L. B. Tan,
W. G. Wells, L. D. Williams.
Teachers College: S. W. Cason, G.
C. Hamilton, and five others register registered
ed registered in the college of agriculture.
Moss Bluff, May 26. Mrs. John P.
Galloway and two children, accom
panied Dy Miss .Martha t ort were
shopping in Ocala Friday.
Miss Vernice Martin invited some
of her friends to a tacky party Sat
urday night. Every one that attend attended
ed attended reported a pleasant time.
Messrs. Chane Martin ands Alvin
Squires who have, been attending
school at Montverde, returned home
Mrs. John Martin is convalescing
after several days of illness.
Miss 'Martha Fort is visiting in
Ocala this week; the guest of Mrs. E.
Miss Mabel Squires spent Sunday j
with her friend, Miss Vemice Martin.
Mr. Otis Squires and daughter,
Miss Mabel Squires, accompanied by
Mrs. W. C. White were callers in
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, tfj
It is Evident that Holidays in Bul
garia are Not Always
Sofia, Bulgaria. May 26. King
Boris standing in the balcony of the
royal palace was in close proximity
to the bomb throwing incident which
caused eighteen casualties during the
national holiday parade yesterday-
The king was watching the throngs of
people parading when a bomb burst
in the midst of them. The source of
the explosion is undetermined, but
severaf communist leaders have been
MORE BLOODSHED AMONG
WEST VIRGINIA MINERS
Williamson, May 26. George Crum,
wounded in a fight near Nolan last
night when Private Kackley, of the
West Virginia police, and Private
Vaughn of the Kentucky National
Guard were killed, was said by his
physicians to be near death today.
Crum was being searched when the
firing began and he fell when the
others were killed. Three arrests
AMMUNITION TO IRELAND
i Associated Press)
London, May 26. American ammu ammunition
nition ammunition totalling more than 16,000
rounds has been captured in the Dub Dublin
lin Dublin distritc since March, Sir Hamar
Greenwood, chief secretary for Ire Ireland,
land, Ireland, told the house of commons to today.
day. today. LAW OR NO LAW
Better Not Anybody Ever Cuss the
Star's Favorite Telephone Girls
Jefferson City, May 26. Telephone
subscribers have the right to' use
abusive language at least once to tele telephone
phone telephone operators when the service is
not satisfactory. The Missouri pub public
lic public service commission so ruled today
in ordering the Carlow Telephone
Company to restore service on a tele
phone removed after the subscriber
had an altercation with the central
operator. In making the ruling the
commission stated a single instance of
the use of abusive language was not
sufficient grounds for the discontinu
anc'e of service.
MISS CAREY WOULD
HELP CATTLE RAISERS
Miami, May 26. Miss Sophia Ca
rey, cattle ranch owner of the Ever
glades, has engaged in a novel enter
prise which has obtained the support
of prominent business men of this
city. Miss Carey, whose ranch is near
Davie, proposes that streets be bought
on the present market and then given
ove'r to her charge. She will care for
the cattle until fall when she will sell
and return to the owner the original
purchase price and 50 per cent of her
School Day Memories at The Book
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.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the secoftd and fourth Tnesday eve
nings of each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's md the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
GOODS SOLD AS CHEAP AS
ANY SO-CALLED SALES. There's
a reason. TRY US. FISHELS. t-f-s
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
(hursday evenings ofeach month at
8 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey. W. M.
B. L. Adams. Secretary.
Another "Love Wolf book at The
Book Shop. 26-3t
Citizens of Oca la Reminded by Mayor
Robert L. Anderson of Their
Duty to the Heroic Dead
By virtue of the authority vested
in me as mayor of the city of Ocala,
and in accordance with the proclama
tion of the president of the United
States, I hereby proclaim a holiday
for the day of May 30, 1921, from
midnight of the 29th day of May until
midnight of the designated day.
I respectfully request that everyone
engaged in any business or occupation
in the city of Ocala refrain from the
prosecution of such business or occu occupation
pation occupation for the time specified, and that
all employees in any business estab-.
lishments be excused from, all duties
customarily performed by them dur during
ing during that time.
I further respectfully request tnat
co-operation of the people of the city
in making May 30 such a holiday as
will properly evidence their respect
for those who have died in the preser preservation
vation preservation of their country's ideals and
institutions. R. L. Anderson Jr.,
Mayor of the City of Ocala.
FROM BUNKER HILL TO THE
To the People of the City of Ocala:
I desire to supplement the above
proclamation, to make an additional
appeal for the observance of Decora Decoration
tion Decoration Day in a manner which is fitting
and proper as a tribute to the memory Y
of our dead from Bunker Hill to the
How many of those who read this
have ever paused to consider that
they eat, sleep, conduct their busi
nesses, take part in their government,
perform all the acts of their daily
ife because brave men have died to
insure to them the privilege? How
many have ever given a thought to
the suffering and the agony under undergone
gone undergone by these men who have passed
to their reward in the creation and
preservation of the very institutions
which we now enjoy the benefits of?
How many ever consider that the
home in which each one lives which
houses all that is nearest and dearest
in the world has been preserved from
brutal invasion and destruction be because
cause because brave men have offered them themselves
selves themselves as human sacrifices for its pro protection?
tection? protection? Is it much to ask that every everyone
one everyone lay aside for one day in the year
his worldly interests and devote that
one day to memory of those whose
careers have been cut short, who have
suffered and died to enable every one
of us to enjoy quietly and peacefully
the remaining three hundred and
Consider these questions and reflect
upon your duty as an individual who
lives in a country free from tyranny
and oppression, who goes about his
daily life with a feeling of security
from harm, to those men who have
died that you might so live and so
feel. R. L. Anderson Jr., Mayor.
NO HONOR IN IT
New York, May 26. The Dempsey
Carpentier fight has already broken
all box office records. With the date
of the bout five weeks distant. Pro
moter Tex Rickard today announced
the receipts had reached $525,000.
(A chelated Press;
New -York, May 26. Plymouth
history will repeat itself today, with
some variations, when 15 English
baby Pilgrims each les than a year
old land here upon an America as
bewildering to them perhaps as to
their ancestors who climbed out of
the good ship Mayflower on the New
These infant adventurers, however,
are not suffering from the aftermath
of a storm-tossed voyage, for they
have been tenderly swaddled in cabins
of the luxurious steamship Aquitania
nurses who will care for them until
they are adopted in sumptuous homes
of New York society.
Through the influence of the Na National
tional National Adoption Society-of England
and the American committee of that
organization, these foundlings within
a few years will be listed in the social
register, instead of fighting an up uphill
hill uphill battle in London slums.
A number of governmental immi immigration
gration immigration regulations had to be abro abrogated
gated abrogated to allow the infants to take do domestic
mestic domestic refuge in America. Through
the department of labor the literacy
test at Ellis Island was eliminated,
there being no mention of baby talk
in the literacy law, and members of
the committee deposited bonds against
the likelihood of their becoming pub public
lic public charges.
For fresh, garden vegetables, sweet
corn, green -peppers and fruit of all
kinds, phone 576, Dixie Fruit Store,
next to the Vogue. 25-2t
On Which the Men Higher Up in the
German Army Loaded
(Associated Press i
Leipsic, May 26. Sergeant Heine,
accused of ill treating British prison prisoners
ers prisoners of war at the prison camp at
Herre, Westphalia, was sentenced to
ten months imprisonment by the high
court here today. He is the first Ger German
man German officer to be tried on criminal
charges arising from conduct of the
war. The attorney general demanded
that Heine be sent to prison for two
ATTENDANCE IS LARGE
OF THE ASSOCIATION
State Optometrists in Foil Force Be Begin
gin Begin Their Sessions
The Florida Optometry Association
opened a two-day convention here this
morning, with a large attendance of
optometrists from all over the state.
The convention is being held in the
Ocala House, where there are also ex exhibits
hibits exhibits by wholesale optical concerns
from Jacksonville, Atlanta and Birm Birmingham.
The" optometrists were welcomed to
the city this morning by Mayor R. L.
Anderson. A response was made by
President Frank Hadley of Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Rev. W. F. Creson made the
invocation. The sessions are being
presided over by President Frank
Hadley and Secretary L. C. Coles, the
latter from Gainesville. Reports of
various committees and of the secre
tary and treasurer were read. The
balance of the morning session was
given to Dr. J. I. Pascal, director of
the American Institute of Optometry,
New York, who lectured on "The
Principal Methods of Retinoscopy."
Dr. H. P. Tippett, of Dothani AUu,
president of the Alabama Optical So Society,
ciety, Society, is expected to arrive this aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, and the afternoon's session
will be divided between Dr. Tippett
and Dr. Pascal.
At five o'clock this afternoon the
optometrists will see Silver Springs
through the glass bottomed boats as
guests of the Marion County Board
The following optometrists regis
tered this morning: Dr. K. J. Weihe,
Ocala; L. H. Frazer. Pensacola; Car Carroll
roll Carroll C. Riles, Jacksonville; Henry Mc Mc-Lanlin
Lanlin Mc-Lanlin Jr., Sanford; R. F. Meade, Pen Pensacola;
sacola; Pensacola; F. R. Seymour, St. Cloud;
Carvin Moore, Atlanta; W. H. Morton,
Tampa; L. H. Ramsdell, Orlando; E.
L. Adams, Perry; LeGrand Haskin,
St. Petersburg; H. W. Grady, Wau Wau-chula;
chula; Wau-chula; J. J. Ramsdell Miami; J. M.
Marquis, Arcadia; Mrs. Nita Davis
Coffee, Madison; L. C. Hull. Plant
City; L. Von Stertz, Jacksonville; J.
C. DuBose, Vero; L. E. Haskin, Mi Miami;
ami; Miami; Frank Idner, West Palm Beach;
H. C. Thompson, Atlanta; L. Coles,
Gainesville; G. I Mandaville, Titus Titus-ville;
ville; Titus-ville; Frank H. Hadley, Jacksonville;
Harold. A. Porterfield, Tampa; J. M.
Fitzgerald, Birmingham; Karl K. Ey Ey-chaner,
chaner, Ey-chaner, Tampa; A. W. Sterling, Bir Birmingham;
mingham; Birmingham; G. A. Beckner, George S.
Foster, Atlanta; B. S .Knox. Palatka;
IL E. Cole. Lakeland; H. W. Roper,
Jacksonville; J. H. Keene, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; IL E. Lough, Tampa; J. R. Pas Pascal,
cal, Pascal, New York; H. B. Nicholson, Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; W. F. Davey, Daytona.
Tomorrow's program includes more
lectures by Dr. H. J. Tippett and Dr.
J. I. Pascal, a luncheon to be given by
the Florida Optical Co., election of
officers, selection of place for the 1922
convention, and an informal smoker at
the residence of Br, K, J. Weihe. Mrs.
Weihe will entertain the ladies of the
convention tomorrow afternoon at 3
ORDER OF EASTERN STAB
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. SL
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
13 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash. Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf H. B. WHTTTINGTON.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of 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 CL
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.
All Garcia de Oro cigars wrapped in
tinfoil 10c at all dealers. S-tf
$1.00 Voiles reduced to 75 cents at
in nanus dill
And Introduced-One Which May Give
. the Boys a Little Solace
(Associated Press) v
Tallahassee, May 26. Representa Representative
tive Representative Bus to of Monroe, withdrew his
bonus bill today and introduced a bill
authorizing the governor to appoint a
committee of three civilians and three,
members of the American Legion to
inquire into the most feasible plan for
giving a bonus to former soldiers and
sailors. The committee would pre prepare
pare prepare a bill to be submitted at the 1923
session of the legislature. The bill
was immediately passed by the House
and certified to the Senate.
DOWN TELEPHONE WIRE
St. Petersburg, May 26. Lightning
striking a telephone pole and travel traveling
ing traveling down a wire, caused a small blaze
at the state Masonic home here last
week. The bolt put the telephone out
of commission, making it impossible
to call the fire department, but resi residents
dents residents at the home extinguished the
fire with chemicals. '-
CLUB WOMEN WORK FOR
SATURDAY HALF HOLIDAY
Jacksonville, May 26. The local
woman's club has adopted a slogan of
no shopping on Saturday afternoons,
having as its purpose the oftaining of
a half holiday for the employees of
the city's stores. At a recent meet
ing of the club 60 members pledged
themselves to abstain from shopping
after 1 o'clock on Saturdays, and also
to secure ten members 'each- who in
turn would pledge themselves to se secure
cure secure others, thus bringing the number
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
A public hearing wilLbe held in the
courthouse at Inverness, Fla, at 9:30
a. m., Tuesday, June 14, 1921, for the
purpose of securing information upon
which to base report upon the appli application
cation application of the Cove Company of Ocala,
Fla., for license to authorize the con
struction, operation and the mainte maintenance
nance maintenance of certain project works for the
development of power on the Withla Withla-coochee
coochee Withla-coochee river, Fla., in the region of
Dunnellon. Marion county, Fla, aand
Holder, Citrus county, Fla. ,The pro
posed works will cover the construc
tion of two dams, power house, and
one transmission line.
The Federal Power Commission in
referring the papers to the engineer
department for reports states:
"Protests against the granting of
the license applied for or other com communications
munications communications relative to the application
have been received. The
objections to 'the granting of the
license seem to be based upon the
raising of the water level and the
damages that would result therefrom
both in normal times and in periods
of extreme high water. The matter
of land damages is not one properly
coming under the jurisdiction of the
commission and is not a reason for
refusing to grant a license for a water
power project under the provisions of
the act. The applicant must acquire
the necessary land and water rights
for his project and is responsible for
damages caused by its construction
but the matter is one to be settled be
tween interested parties direct, or if
necessary, in the state courts. Where,
however, the proposed project will in
terfere materially with other economic
developments or will be a menace to
the locality, it is. important that the
commission should be apprized of the
facts in the case in order that it may
decide the advisability of granting
Come.- A chicken and vegetable
dinner at Ocala House Saturday noon.
Home cooked by Methodist ladies. 2t
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
at Temple Theatre
A SERIES OF
Showing Manufacture of
I Studebaker Automobiles,
THIS IS" A STUDEBAKER YEAR
1 Murphy Motor Company
DQARO OF TRADE
Occupational Tax Measure Now Be Before
fore Before the. Legislature Will
The Marion County Boardof Trade
meets tonight at eight o'clock. Among
other matters to be considered will
be the occupational license measure
which has been introduced in the
lower house of the Florida legislature.
This measure provides some very ex excessive
cessive excessive taxes and affects a number of
local businesses and industries.
The Board of Trade will also con consider
sider consider tonight three items of its pro program
gram program of work for the year: New.
Utreet signs for the city, an industrial
survey of the city and county and the
promotion of fruit planting on all the
farms of the county. $
r THE SLACKER LIST
Patriotic Men Willing to Bear Tes
porary Stigma in Order to See
Indianapolis, IncL, May 26. Assur Assurances
ances Assurances are coming into national head headquarters
quarters headquarters of the American Legion from
members in all parts of the country
that even though their names hart
been erroneously included on lists of
draft deserters they are willing to en endure
dure endure this temporary embarrassment
in order that the real slackers may be
held up to permanent shame.
In some localities, legion posts are
checking the lists before publication.
Relative to errors that have crept into
the slacker lists. National Commander
F. W. Galbraith Jr, said:
"The American Legion sees no rea
son to regret the issuance and publi publication
cation publication of the .draft deserter lists. That
publication has shown there are so
man y errors in these lists is of course
to be regretted, but errors are inevi
table in the handling of one hundred
and sixty' thousand names.
"Many of the men embarrassed by
the erroneous inclusion of their names
are ex-service men and legion mem members
bers members with honorable records. Their
embarrassment has been but tempo temporary,
rary, temporary, however, as the errors have
been quickly, righted.
"Friends, relatives and neighbors
know who served and who did not
serve their country and newspapers
have quickly made amends for unin
tentional injury at the hands of the
government. Legion posts throughout
the country stand ready to assist la
clearing up any confusion. It has not
been a source of bitterness to yeter yeter-ans
ans yeter-ans to be temporarily classed with the
slackers. At most it has been an
annoying experience. Tne bitterness,
the anger and shame are felt only by
the real slackers, the men whose
names are on. the lists and will stay
MI believe that nine out of ten ex ex-service
service ex-service men are willing to be slightly
and temporarily embarrassed if they
feel that the slackers of the country
are, at the same time, being rightfully
and permanently embarrassed; the
more especially since errors are being
quickly cleared up by individuals and
by the American Legion and similar
"As a matter of fact, publication of
these lists give the opportunity of
forever clearing the names of the men
who served, which otherwise might
through error be stained. Newspa Newspapers
pers Newspapers are doing a patriotic service in
printing the. lists, for it is of the ut utmost
most utmost importance that be records be
immediately and finally cleared. Evea
though unavoidable errors occur, the
American Legion is firm in believing
that the slacker Ests must receive the
full light of publicity. Only through
publicity can the innocent be com-,
pletely and finally vindicated.'
BIG SACRIFICE ON ALL OU&
LADIES' HATS and DRESS GOODS.
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, MAY 26, i21
Ocala Evening Star
hues of ink could print from twenty
to fifty kinds, of stationery on which
three or four smart fakirs could turn
I a. j : a 1 r
P.MI.h E-rery Day Eiet Sdr by uui-reni Kinas oi reier-
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY, jences. u a man is going to sen auto
OCALA, FLORIDA j stock he should be compelled to fur-
nish direct evidence that his firm
exists elsewhere than on paper; if oil
stock, that it ha3 a real, live gusher
behind it. Look. 'em up, Mr. Amos,
and see if -you ean't make them prove
up. Your friends, the people, are
being swindled outrageously; see if
you can't form a system to protect
p. V. iMVfacs, rrtry-Trewif'er i
J. II. BrBjamia, Editor --'
Kntwed at Ocala, Fla., po3tofftce aa
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posted by the person, firm or corpora
tion operating such hotel, in a place
adjacent to the register where it shall
be plainly visible to all persons who
may register, and in addition to this,
there siall be" posted in each room on
the back of each door of entry to said
room a list showing the price to be
charged for one, two or more persons
for the accommodation in said room
according to the certified list furnish furnished
ed furnished by the said hotel commissioner.
CHRISTIAN EDUCATION ?J
EAST COAST INTERESTS
The St. Augustine Record, which
may fairly be considered as repre representing
senting representing the interests of the leading
The House committee on finance and
taxation has submitted its bill to raise
revenue for the next two years to the
legislure. The bill is described by
the wits as "taxing everything from
the cradle to the grave." This may be
true, but on the other hand it must be
remembered that a large proportion
of the people of Florida want the
industry of the East Coast the j state to take care of them from the
The Times-Union suggests making
West Virginia behave by sticking it
back on Virginia, from which it was
taken as a civil war measure. The
two states are so dissimilar that Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia might object.
hotels is kicking vigorously over the
hotel, clause of the occupation license
bill before the legislature. We ex expect
pect expect the Flagler interests will have a
bunch of lawyers at Tallahassee at
once, to declare the bill unconstitu unconstitutional.
tional. unconstitutional. It looks like a good bill to the
Star. It will not only bring in sub
stantial revenue, but it will stop the
cradle to the grave. If they didn't
want so much they wouldn't be taxed
so much. Every interest, big or lit little,
tle, little, almost every community and
thousands of s individuals, want the
state to do something for them. And
these things can't be done for noth nothing.
ing. nothing. A majority of our legislators
are honest and capable men and we
could. We have looked over the bill.
and while some of the items are too
high, it is in the main a reasonable
According to the scientists, the oil
supply of the United States, at the
present rate of consumption, will be
exhausted in sixteen years. When that
time comes, the swindlers who sell oil
stock to sillybillies and sillysissies
will have to find some other graft to
It had to come to it. The United
States has informed Mexico of ,,the
terms on which this country will rec recognize
ognize recognize the Mexican government. As
long as the United States does not
recognize Mexico, that country is
under a handicap that nothing else
v One of these impudent pro-German
papers, in opposing publication of the
slacker list, speaks of the American
Legion as an "alleged patriotic socie society."
ty." society." If the legion wasn't made up of
law-abiding as well as brave and pa patriotic
triotic patriotic men, its members would sup suppress
press suppress such papers by throwing their
editors, presses and type into the
Old man Catts is having so much
trouble these days that he probably
wishes he had remained in the calling
for which he was best fitted that of
an humble country preacher. On the
face of things, we dp not believe he
will suffer any severe punishment,
except, probably, giving up a large
"quantity of his ill-gotten gains to the
Frank A. Wood, aged sixty, banker,
former representative and once can candidate
didate candidate for governor of Florida, died
at his home in St. Petersburg Sunday
night. He had been suffering for. the
past six weeks. Mr. Wood stood high
in the estimation of many Ocalans. He
was- a brave, genial, industrious and
highly intelligent man, and the state
loses by his death.
Within one week after his crime, a
Miami negro is on his way to the pen penitentiary
itentiary penitentiary for life for killing a negro
woman. While he pleaded guiltyr yet
the country is to be congratulated on
having courts and court officials who
work with such speed and accuracy.
Good work. But you should apply
some of the same to white murderers
before you brag.
Our friend, Ernest Amos, state con controller,
troller, controller, might we think reduce the
operations of the peddlers of fake
stocks and bonds in this state by re requiring
quiring requiring them to give better creden credentials
tials credentials than they carry. It is no trou trouble
ble trouble to get up a batch of credentials.
Any ordinary printing office, by dif different
ferent different styles of type and papers and
l OkKC PiMVC fsTAlT OCM nc rr
oVJT TCS JST AS POOR. lAAUvreRS
tb COVAE m MERE AN? STA.BT
ocn's vrrcuEu aw look w
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TO SEE YJUM TUEN'RE QOlUG
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extortion so freely practiced. For the doubt not would reduce taxes if they
last four or five years, the practice in
many Florida hotels has been to look
at a guest and make him pay as much
as he looked like he could pay. One j measure- 0f course, it will be con con-man
man con-man would pay f 1 for a room, the 1 siderably amended before it is finally
next one would pay five or ten. Fol-' enacted into kw kw-lowing
lowing kw-lowing is the text of the act: -.
TTntela ant) T sccrYtr Hm-icoa' TTnnVi i bHILHTUN
person, firm or corporation keeping a
public inn or lodging house, where
transient guests are lodged for pay,
shall be deemed for the purpose of
this act engaged in the business of
keeping a hotel. A tram ient guest is
one who puts up for less than a week
at such hotel. That such house is no
less a hotel because some of its' guests
put up for longer periods than one
week. Each person, firm or corpora corporation
tion corporation keeping a hotel as defined in this
act shall pay an annual license tax of
one dollar for each bed room and fifty
cents for each bath room in such ho hotels.
tels. hotels. If meals or food or refreshments
are served to the general public and
charged for, then the additional li license
cense license required to be paid by restau restaurants,
rants, restaurants, cafes, lunch counters and pub
lic eating houses shall be paid. Pro Provided,
vided, Provided, further, that it shall be the duty
of every person, firm or corporation
operating a hotel or lodging house in
this state to file with the hotel com commissioner
missioner commissioner a schedule showing the
number of rooms in such hotel, inn or
lodging house, and the price that is
to be charged for the use of such room
for each day or each week or each
month, for the accommodation of one,
two or more persons in each room or
.rooms. It shall be the duty of the
state hotel commissioner to furnish
such person, firm or corporation filing
such schedule a certified copy under
the seal of his office, which shall be
Blitchton, May 25. Miss Nina
Seckinger of Fellowship is the guest
of Miss Rowena Hammons.
Messrs. Landis and Loonis Blitch
visited friends at Dunnellon and Ju Juliette
liette Juliette Sunday.
Mrs. Dollie Blitch accompanied. her
sons to Dunnellon and is spending this
week with Mrs. J. J. Harris.
Mr. Earl Phillips left Tuesday for
Fort Valley, Ga., after a few days
spent with his mother, Mrs. B. R.
Messrs. B. C. and Roland Blitch
visited Williston Saturday.
Rev. and Mrs. E. Lee Smith and
Mr. W. W. Willian were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Godwin.
Rev. Smith held services at Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship and Pleasant HiH Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Blitch and Miss
Oda Blitch visited the county seat
Editor Star: The movement of sev sev-eraMeading
eraMeading sev-eraMeading Protestant churches of
the United States, especially the Bap Baptist,
tist, Baptist, .Presbyterian and Methodist, at
this time to raise millions of dollars,
a large percentage of which will be
devoted to their colleges and univer universities,
sities, universities, and the liberal responses that
are being made, indicate that the
church people are not satisfied with
"the influences that the non-church
schools are exercising over the youth
of our country. It seems to be an un
disputable fact that the church must
look to the young people for its con
stituency. But few, comparatively, of
the middle aged and old persons be become
come become adherents of Christianity. Those
that do so usually attribute the step
to influences of their youthful home
training. Now it seems to b? a la
mentable fact that parents have turn'
ed over their children to the school
teachers to receive the training that
should be had in their home3, as well
as the schooling that they should re
ceive there. This is seen on our
streets when we observe children of
five years of age going to what is
called school, but in reality a nursery.
Of course they get no knowledge of
Christianity in such places. Neither
do they get any knowledge along this
line in the state schools. Hence those
who wish to have religious influence
brought to bear on the youth of the
land must look to the church schools
for it. This is now a necessity when
our universities and 'colleges are per
meated to a great extent by agnos agnosticism
ticism agnosticism and other forms of unbelief.
The truth of the matter is that the
people of the United States are look looking
ing looking to the government, state and na national,
tional, national, for things that they should in
their individual capacity provide. So
those who want the youth oi our.land
brought up under Christian influences
must begin at home, and then to the
Christian schools. I will add that in
my judgment the" moderate sized col college
lege college is the best. R. McConathy.
In order to make room
Ladies' Mid-Summer Hats
absolutely sacrificing our
WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU
To Inspect Our
1 Odorless Dry Cleaning Plant
Thoroughly Equipped With
Garments Pressed on STEAM PRESSES
GUARANTEE NO SMELL OF
Gasoline or Cleaning Preparations
DEPARTMENT DRY CLEANING
I Ocala Steam Laundry
MEETING MARION COUNTY
OPEN RANGE MEN
There will be a meeting of the
Marion County Open Range Associa Association
tion Association at Ocala, on Saturday, May 28th,
at 2 p. m. All members are requested
to be present. Business of impoi -tance
will come up.
F. W. Bishop, Secretary.
L. L. Home, President.
Keep the hands and face soft with
ILASOL. 50 cents the bottle at
Gerig's Drug Store.
EVERWEAR HOSIERY the best
ever and cheaper now, on sale at
S;j"gPEg.DWERV ) 3;
6000 Mile Guarantee
New Low Prices on Frisk Tires and Tubes
SUe Plain Casing Non-Skid Red Top Gray Tubes
30x3 $12.48 $13.38 $17.64 $2.13
30x3 15.09 15.62 22.83 2 63
32x4 24.25 27.98 35.69 &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
very low cost.
O'NEAL & HOLLY GARAGE
Ft. King Ave. and Si Magnolia St.
Phone 516 Ocala, Fla.
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
THAT IS FIT F0R FISHING
- t- ;
Is a Real Joy Killer if
. you use Inferior
Is a Real PUassre if
you use First Class
1919 Dodge Touring, new paint.. $750
1919 Overland Roadster...! $350
1919 Buick 5-passenger $800
Modell 33 Cadillac, new paint.. $1,300
1917 Buick, 7-passenger. $700
1917 Fort Touring ....$223
1920 Chandler Touring $1,500
All of these cars in good condition.
20-tf Ocala Auto & Garage Co.
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 dean bill of
health. Phone 343. 24-3t
Orange Springs, May 25. Postmis Postmistress
tress Postmistress Mrs. C. J. Rast is attending the
postmatser's convention in Palatka.
News has been received here'of the
death of Mrs. Lewis Benson of Brook Brooklyn.
lyn. Brooklyn. Mr. Benson has spent his win winters
ters winters here at his fine grove for the
past ten years.
Mr. Eris Sabelstrom, retired, U. S.
N., has bought the old Hoffman house
and will have it torn down and remov removed
ed removed to his place. He intends to build
a large, modern poultry house.
There are many finely bred pointer
pups around this town that can be
The selected okra being shipped
from here is still bringing top prices
in the New York market.
D )NT let the "Biggest one get away" this season.
Your friends only laugh when you tell them
about it anyway. Buy the kind of tackle that
will stand the strain under all circumstances. We sell
only the best and most approved kinds the only kind
the real sportsman wants to use. A sorry tackle is an
abomination and takes away all the 'pleasure of a
day's outing. Ask to see our Anti-Back Lash out-fit
for fresh water fishing. We carry a complete line of
Minnows, Hooks, Rods, Reels, Lines, Gaff Hooks, etc.
Come in and let us fit you up.
BIG SACRIFICE ON ALL OUR
LADIES' HATS and DRESS GOODS.
Prescriptions correctly filled and
promptly delivered. Call 435, G. C.
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. FM
meets every Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
T. C. Carter, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
Headquarters for All Kinds Sporting Goods
fTvwr JiwrKVKWK :t
fci k4 m&
GOODS SOLD AS CHEAP AS
ANY SO-CALLED SALES. There's
a reason. iKi us. risiitis. t-r-s
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every nfonth at 8 p. m.
TT C !! TT T
xi o. wesson, a., tr.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
Just received, shipment of THOM
SON'S GLOVE-FITTING CORSETS.
TARPON SPRINGS vs. OCALA
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY,
, June and 2, 1921
At Ocala Baseball Park. Game called at 4 p. m.
Day Phone 47. Nlht Phone 515
GEORGE Mac&AY tt CO.
Funeral Directors. Embalm em
G. JZ. Overton, Mgr.
: As the warm days approach those
delicious cinnamon rolls become more
appreciated by the thrifty housewife.
Only the best are made at the Federal
This is a Stadebaker year. tf
Standard drugs and specialties,
promptly delivered. Phono iZS. G.
C. Greene. 2-tf
There's no extra ehargo for clean cleaning:
ing: cleaning: your fish at the City Fbh HarkeL
Phone 158. tf
OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, MAY 2ST, 1521
' . . 1 I
AN ELEGANT RECEPTION
An interesting subject just at this time is "What
shall I give my friend, the graduate, as a remem:
brance gift at the school closing?" We can
help you in your selection. Look over our line of
Tempoint Fountain Pens
Regular, Sterling Silver and Gold Plate
Sterling Silver and Gold Plate
One, Two and Five Pound Boxes
Fancy Box Stationery
In all the Late Tints and Shapes
For tne "Sweet Girl Graduate"
You'll' find dozens of appropriate and useful
articles for presents if you'll come in and look
over our stock.
Tire Prices Reduced
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3,
old price $20.00, now. .
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3,
old price $17.60, now
6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TIDES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear end, $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3.
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Plionfc 258 West Broadway
ii till itii hmhibii iHt irtiimiiii
C. V. ROBERTS, Phone 305
BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 431
ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel. Personal Service to all.
Motor Equipment. Cofiins and Caskets Delivered.
Office Phone 350
217 West Broadway
V r J
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
MOVS, PACK, SHIP
THE WINDSOR HOTEL
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each. room. Dining room service is
secpnd to none
The reception yesterday afternoon
at which Mrs. F. T. Schreiber com complimented
plimented complimented Mrs. Edmund Martin and
Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr., was one of
the most elegant affairs of this kind
ever given in Ocala.
From the front porch and thruout
all the rooms of the lower floor, which
were thrown en suite and most ad
mirably adaptable for such enter
tainments, were bowers of asparagus
fern, bowls, vases and jardinieres
filled "with a variety of gorgeous
flowers, giving a wonderful appear appearance
ance appearance of a garden spot of the most
artistic kind. Adding brightness and
cheerfulness were numbers of lighted
tapers in silver candelabras found in
appropriate places. The front porch
was entirely encircled with asparagus
fern and amidst this lovely bower, to
the left side of the porch, was ar
ranged the punch table, elaborately
adorned with greenery and scattered
in and out with yellow lilies. Mrs
Welsh Wheeler and Mrs. Clifford Ayer
greeted the guests as they arrived
and invited them to the punch table,
where Misses Marian Dewey and
LIeme" Davis served a cooling drink.
Assisting them were Anita Chazal and
Then the hostess' daughter, Miss
Dorothy Schreiber, petite and charm
ingly gowned in a yellow organdie
met the guests just inside the front
door and after chats with her and ad
miring the arrangement of snap
dragons, larkspur and Shasta daisies
which were in great abundance in the
hall, the guests were introduced to the
receiving line, which was formed in
the music room and in the center of a
profusion of pink roses, lavendar
larkspur, pink tinted gladiolas and
Shasta daisies, while asparagus fern
was found delicately tracing the
wainscoting and mantel and banks o
it were formed on tabourets which
made a pretty foundation for the
flowers placed upon same. The line
was composed of Mrs. Schreiber, who
was most attract ivef attired in a silk
crepe tango govwT over similar color
satin. Then came the two honorees
gowned in their bridal robes and look looking
ing looking as they did the nights of their
wedding when they were never more
lovely. Then came Misses Elizabeth
Davis and Nettie Camp and Mrs. R.
S. Hall, all gowned in their dresses
worn at Mrs. Martin's wedding. Misses
Blair Woodrow and Onie Chazal were
both fascinatingly dressed in green
organdie dresses and both these young
ladies were attendants to Mrs. An
derson at her wedding, April a year
Mrs. R. L. Anderson Sr. was the
next lady present, inviting the guests
into the library, which, too, was lovely
in its floral decorations. This room
was presided over by Mrs. Clarence
Camp and Mrs. George K. Robinson
and after the guests finished a pleas
ant conversation with these ladies,
they proceeded into the hall where
stood Miss Byrd Wartmann and Mrs.
L. R. Chazal. This was one of the
most admired spots, for the decora decorations
tions decorations were most artistic.
Miss Louise GamSby invited the
guests. into the dining room, which
was presided over by J Mrs. Frank
Drake and Miss Annie Davis, and
serving an ice course with cake and
mints were the following girls: Annie
MacKay, Charlotte Chazal, Mary
Caroline Logan, Sydney Cullen and
Margaret Hocker. The dining room
was decorated in a color motif of pink
and lavendar, the honorees' wedding
colors. Banked upon a handsome cen centerpiece
terpiece centerpiece was a huge bowl of lavendar
asters and in smaller vases around the
table lavender larkspur. These sun
liar colors profusely decorated the
mantel and buffet, while lighted pink
tapers were all about, completing an
exceedingly pretty color motif.
This was an affair that will be re
membered with much individuality
and while there have been many teas
in Ocala recently this one of yester
day stands out most prominently,
completing tnis entertainment was a
two-table auction party in the eve
ning wnich comprised Mrs. Mary
Chambers, Mrs. F. H. Logan, Mrs.
L. R. Chazal, Mrs. Schreiber and
Misses Minnie and Louise Gamsbv.
Dorothy Schreiber and Alice Bulock.
After several hours of enjoyment at
auction, Mrs. Schreiber and Miss
Schreiber served refreshments and
during the1 evening punch was fre
quently passed. Miss Minnie Gamsby
won a bonquet of beautiful roses for
making highest score and as a conso
lation to the rest of the players they
were each given a Shasta daisy.
All who attended this lovely tea
cannot help but remember the won
derful flower display and a great of
these flowers came from friends of
the hostess which they cultivated
Dickison Chapter, U. D. C cordial-
. i m a
y invites an conieaeraxe veterans
and their wives to attend the dinner
to be given by this chapter at the
fVala House. Fndav. June 3rd, in
honor of the Confederate veterans.
When cotton is selling as cheap as
it did before the war everything is
bound to decline; buying only in small
quantities we are always able to give
The marriage of Miss Johnnie 01d3,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Olds
of Anthony, to. Mr. Charles Seton
Hardee, took place yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon at the home of the bride's sister.
Mrs. Stirling M. Hooper. The Rev.
C. E. Wyatt of DeLand, officiated at
the ceremoney which was attended by
the families and intimate friends.
The bride was attended by her maid
of honor. Miss Ruby Cappleman. She
wore a gown of creie satin and lace
you the benefit of these declines, and
you will always find that we will sell and carried bride raes and maiden-
you a3 low as the lowest regardless of hair fern. 'Her veil was held in place
m WW rtfTTTT r I m m
saxes. lry us. r isull across iwitn string's oi pearls ana sne was
from Marion Hardware Co. 12-t-f-s
We have stock of EIGHT FOOT
CAR STIGKS for loading tomato
cars. R. H. Todd Lumber Co. 24-4t
Co EL SCOTT
BLOCKS, BRICK, CURB, SIDEWALK
A Btct v rm
0 truiiciui aione
jg ULALA - FLORIDA g
L dT ?hTsi
vary winsome and lovely. The maid
v wba a lx feu ua auu uuiicu zx
pinoses. Little Arthur Lee Bur-Jt)
cess was ring bearer and" Mastonlvjy
O'Neal was best man.
The decorations were in pink and
WE DAVE TOE TIRE YOU WANT
WHEN YOU WANT IT
W. K. Lane, M. D, physician and
nrgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and white,, carried out in sweet peas and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
FRIDAY, 'MAY 27th 1 1921
8 P. M. at
THE PUBLIC LIBRARY
For all boys of the city city-over
over city-over 12 years of age,
lor 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.
. "SERVICE" (hr:fiIotto
UNITED STATES TIRES HOOD TIRES
SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS
CARS WASHED AND. POLISHED
KUMBAK SERVICE STATION
oieanecr. ine nuptial vows were
taken under a wedding bell of pink
and white oleander suspended from
an arch of white and green set before
an improvised altar of white lattice
An informal reception followed the
ceremony and the bridge and bride bridegroom
groom bridegroom left immediately afterward by
motor for a wedding trip through the
state. They will be away two weeks
1 A. A 1, 1 1 1 I
ana upon meir return wui maxe uneir
home in Ocala. They were accom
panied to DeLand by Mr. Wyatt, the
Before leaving for her wedding trip
the bride cut her cake. Miss Capple Cappleman
man Cappleman cut the slice containing the pro
phetic ring and the best man the but
ton. Mrs. Hooper served an ice and
A 1 I
me wwiQing caKe ounng tne recep
The bride is a very attractive young
woman and is well. known in Ocala,
where she visited her sister frequent
ly. Mr. Hardee is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles H. Hardee, of this city
and a grandson of Colonel Hardee of
Savannah, who has been treasurer of
that city for over ten years.
CIVIL EAGNEERS AND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws'of the State of Florida
Surveys Plats Reports
Highways Drainage Phosphate
Capt. Edward Dnb is associated
with ns and in charge of oar Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.,,
Offices. 33-34 Holder Bids.
Pbone Ho. 511
Work for Ocala
for the' capital
CALL PHONE 52 5
when your clothes
NEED A NEW WRINKLE
La-Donde Cleaning Co.
over Jirash Grocery
525 PHONE 525
CLOVER HILL BUTTER
Produced by the Fox River
Butter Company, largest'
distributorsofPURE BUT BUT-TER
TER BUT-TER in the world.
L T. I
ROBERT M." MEYER,
J. E.1KA VANAUGH
. AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than 'any other
contractor in the city.
GOODS SOLD AS CHEAP AS
ANY SO-CALLED SALES. There's
a reason. TRY US. FISHEKS. t-f-s
C. Cecil Bryant
Gary Block, Over 10c Store
The state examination committee
will hold an examination in Inverness,
commencing June 3rd, 1921.
Every teacher, expecting to teach,
is required to bold a yaud rlorida
certificate. No other examination will
be held in this or in an adjoining
county before July 19th, 1921.
All necessary information may be
secured from the county superinten superintendent's
dent's superintendent's office. H. G. Shealy,
5-27-ltwky County Superintendent.
Lake Weir, May 25. Miss Elsie
Smith arrived home a few days ago
from DeLand, where she had been at-
SHOULD DO: tendinS &e n'n school for the past
Dr. and Mrs. F. P. Herr have as
their guests Mrs. Heir's nephew and
niece, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin of Clays-
burg, Pa., who have been touring the
state on their bridal trip. Mr. Irwin
is a prominent railroad man of wide
experience and is very much impress
ed with the future possibilities of
Florida and especially the lake.
Miss Mary Connor, who is teaching
at New Smyrna, accompanied by her
sister, Miss Miriam with a merry
bunch of young folks and school
mates of Miss Miriam's from DeLand,
came over in autos Saturday to spend
the week-end at the Connor home on
the lake. The young ladies, will each
have several more weeks of school
before their summer vacation.
Mr. B. Baker went to St. Petersburg
Sunday and brought Mrs. Baker and
their lively family of fiye children to
the lake to spend the summer vaca
tion. They will occupy the Rose cot
tage on the beach and if we get the
high school on the lake, Mrs. Baker
and the children will remain here and
not be compelled to go to St. Peters
burg the coming winter for the educa
We are now appreciating the
thrifty and enterprising- people of
Belleview, who have made it possible
for us to have ice delivered almost
every day around the lake. The little
City of Oaks is composed almost en
tirely of northern citizens who work
together and know no Worth nor
South, but in good Christian unity al
band together and make things go.
Cards received from the Atlanta
colony state they will surely be on
the lake to spend the summer at their
homes at Wood mar and on the north
side of the lake as soon as school
closes. Mr. Heery will .repair and add
several rooms to the property he pur
chased from Mrs. K. IL Clements last
The managers of the Muclan Farms
are pleased over their 1800 acres of
corn, which was replanted the third
time after being cut down by frost.
It is now a sight worth traveling out
there to see since the good rains and
sunshine have done their work and
also the engineers that have been kept
going to drain the surplus water.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mann, who are
just back from North Dakota and
Missouri, where they have spent the
past eight months with relatives for
Mr. Mama's health, are now occupying
their little cottage near the farm they
sold some time ago, but we regret
very much ta learn they will only be
here for a short time, then go to Mi
ami to make their future home. Mr.
and Mrs. Mann are the kind of citi
zens we need to build up the commu
nity socially and morally. Mr. Mann
at the earnest request of the patrons
of the school taught the second term
here several years ago. Having a
state certificate he will be able to
teach again should his health permit
in any part of the state.
Gash and Carry Meat Market
Located in the CRESCENT GROCERY CO.'s Store
handle stall fed Beef, the very best Veal and
Pork. Pay for your meat and not for your,
neighbor's who does not pay for his.
Weask you for your patronage and
Thank You in advance.
Cash and Carry Meat Market
J. H. SPENCER
W. R. PEDRICK
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
Our Specialty Is
Our Bathing Caps are
durable. All fresh stock.
In order to make room
Ladies Mid-Summer Hats
absolutely sacrificing our
pretty and Hats. FISHEL'S.
This is a Studebaker year.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerigi
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
13 pounds of sugar fox one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and. Monday
only.' Phone 377.
tf H. B. WH1TT1NGTON.
BIG SACRIFICE ON ALL OUR
LADIES' HATS and BRESS GOODS.
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.
Bertram Ibbetsori & Co.,
of Atlanta, Georgia,
Will open en c&ce in thelCcmmerddBcid'BdWsg
of Ocala, Florida, elective July 1st, 1921, for the:
practice of Accowttvig, Systematizing, hcoat Tax
Consultation end Preparation' of Returns.
250 PEACHTREE STREET
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, MAY 26. 1S21
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.-v nnniinnriihrnl MRS. WILKINSON ANTHONY N
fcw7 Ml rilUULMI LVI
Not Special Sale Prices!
OUR EVERYDAY SELLING PRICES
The return to old time prices on merchandise is we' corned by the consum
er as well as the merchant. Our prices have bef n returned to tnose ot pre
. If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mrs. Sarah Tourtellot of Barbank
wa3 a shopper in the city for the day.
Below we mention only a few to show that they are' once more
Complete line of Ladies' -Misses, and Children's Oxfords
arid Slippers at Pre-War Prices
All of the Season's Popular Ladies' Dress Goods
Tissue Ginghams, Silk Poplius, Silk Taffetas, Etc. 1
- Ladies' All Wool Bathing Suits
Splendid Selection, Sizes up to 42
MEN'S SENATE STRAW HATS $2.50 to $4
Many new books at The Book Shop.
Garcia de Oro. that mild Havana
filler cigar 10c at all dealers. 5-tf
Mrs. M. H. Stovall- is enjoying a
visit in Tarnna at the home of her
son, Mr. Wallace Stovall. and family,
Prints, were lfc..
Mrs. Virginia Wilkinson of Bing
ham p ton, N. Y, a winter resident of
Belleview, passed away very suddenly
at he rhome in Binghamton May 14th.
She had spent the winter in Belleview,
leaving for her northern home with
U xr k u -nr:n j if tit vt
uci svu. ii. Aiuiiu nu UlSVUi ina iis
his wife and niece on May 4th. It
was a shock to her many friends in
Belleview to learn she had passed
sway so suddenly. Mrs. Wilkinson
was an aunt of Miss Gertrude Turner,
who has a home on Robinson avenue.
Miss Robinson's many friends sympa sympathize
thize sympathize with her as she was very devot devoted
ed devoted to her and a favorite niece of Mrs.
' Resolutions of Respect
The following resolutions of respect
: Anthony, May 25. Miss Hattie
Milligan arrived home Saturday from
East port, where she has been teach
in school. IVAMTEJl. LUST. tTJU.NU. )3
Mr. William Fieldin- of Gaines-, LL, fUtt 1 AIU
ville, will be with his parents, Mr. and
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Fielding for some time FOR SALE OR RENT Home at No.
now. Mr. Fielding has been attend- 22 Sanchez street. Apply Rogers Rogers-ing
ing Rogers-ing the state university at Gaines- J Wilson Realty Company for further
ville- particulars. 9-tf
Mr. B. K. Padeett. after SDendinzi
a few days at home, left for Norfolk, I FURNITURE REPAIRING I make
Miss Martha Tison of Gainesville
was the guest of Mrs. W. N. Fielding
a specialty ox repairing and re
painting furniture. Also buy and
sell second hand furniture. Let me
quote you prices. W. O. Furr, 314
S. Main St, near laundry. 18-12t
Barry Men's Dress Shoes, this pop popular
ular popular and well known shoe sold from
$12 to $15 a par, now.... .$7.50
Men's rown Vici Kid, low quarters,
sold last year for $15 a pair, now$10
Men's Mahogany Calf Oxfords, which
was considered a big value at $10
and $12.50, now ..... -- ---$8.50
High Grade h and tailored Palm
Beach Suits in a variety of shades
and colors at. $12.50 to $16.50
Men's High Grade Dress Shirts in all
the late fancy stripes, well made, now
selling at .-$1.25 to $4
An endless variety of Men's Bathing
Suits (all wool), Underwear, Neck Neckwear,
wear, Neckwear, Belts, etc., at normal prices.
Men's Khaki pants, good grade, per
Men's blue work shirts that were
$1.50, now 75c
Men's work shoes that formerly sold
for $4 and $5, now $2.50
Men's work shoes, $6 kind, now. $3.50
Men's Overalls that have been selling
for $3 to $3.50, now $1.25
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Potter of Jack
sonville. are e-uests at the home of
their daughter. Mrs. Ardis Waterman,
For fresh garden vegetables, sweet
corn, green peppers and fruit of all
kinds, phone 576, Dixie Fruit Store,
next to the Vogue. 25-2t
'Mrs. N. K.Higginbotham and little
daughter of Gainesville are guests f)F0R SALE Large two-.tory house.
, j u r. anu Airs. .1. ai. viaies. t
for the late Mrs. Wilkinson were 1 Mrs. J. M. Gates who well and broke
My Graduation, Days, at The Book
1921 Ford roadster without starter
in Al condition; good tires; for $250
cash. DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE. 6t
adopted by the Civic League of Belle Belleview
view Belleview at a, special meeting called by
the vice president, Mrs. Monroe:
Whereas, On May 14th, 1921, it
pleased Almighty God in his divine
providence to remove from our midst
Mrs. Virginia Wilkinson, our beloved
sister and friend;
Whereas, In the death of Mrs. Wil
kinson the Civic League of JBelJeview
her arm Tuesday is doing nicely. j
Misses Mary andJPearl Forbes ar-'
rived here from Jacksonville last last-Saturday,
Saturday, last-Saturday, their schools having closed. '
They will be home for a short tvaca-j
Mr. G. W. Davis, who has been anj
invalid for uim t: t is ti11 nnhl
to leave his room.
The shipping season is here and
has lost not only a charter member, j everyone is at work. Several' packers
but a devoted friend, always having nave arrived from the East Coast.
We prefer a large volume ot business with small profits, rather than a few sales g
wnn large pruius.
..PAKKEM & (GUYNN
Successors to Hayes & Guynn
Kahn Tailoring Co., Indianopolis S. H. Churchill & Co., Tailors, Chicago
OCALA, NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET
Miss Nellie Stevens left yesterday
afternoon for Bartow to attend norm normal
al normal school and give lectures on child
Pint 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
The many friends of Mrs. Henry W.
Long are glad to have her among
them again. She is a guest of Mrs.
Arms this week.
Genuine Mary Jane "KEDS" reduc reduced
ed reduced to $235 at FISHEL'S. 12-t-f-s
the best interest of the league at
heart. She was a high minded woman,
a devoted Christian, always cheerful
and hind-hearted and geenrous in giv giving.
ing. giving. Truly We have- lost a woman
very dear to the members of the Civic
League and the community at large.
Resolved, That the members of the
Civic League here assembled do here
by express their deepest sympathy to
the beeraved familyof the late Mrs.
Virginia Wilkinson; and be it further
Resolved, That these resolutions be
printed in the Weekly Star of Ocala
and a copy be spread upon the min minutes
utes minutes of this meeting and also a copy
be presented to the bereaved-family.
Respectfully submitted by the com
mittee. Mrs. R. Hopkins.
Miss Mary S. Powers.
Mrs. Ellen F. Bush.
Miss Eloise Henry will return home
tomorrow afternoon from a pleasant
two weeks visit in Orlando, the guest
of Miss Elizabeth Yowell.
-Danish Pastry is becoming -quite
popular with Ihe ladies for afternoon
luncheons. Federal Bakery. 24-6t
Mr.- Adelbert Moody of Oklawaha
was a business visitor in the city this
morning. Mrs. Moody and daughter
are enjoying a stay in St. Augustine.
If you smoke cigars why not get
the best? Ask for Garcia de Oro 10
at all dealers. 5-tf
for Expert Vulcanizing,
throw your Headlight
on our shop. We are
Experts at this business
and our work is.
G U A R A NT EE D
Ocala House Block
111 W. Broadway
In Attractive Case'
Satisfaction Guaranteed or
This offer is for a limited
Remit by money order or
cash (no stamps)
FRED RAZOR CO.
NEW YORK CITY
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 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 part
:55sm N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pre
1:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pro
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 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
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
1:40 pm Gainesville ll:o0ara
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
Miss Josephine Williams leaves to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for the north, where she will
spend the summer in New York and
New Jersey, after a winter pleasantly
spent in Miami and the past two weeks
1 A. E. GERIG
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed ". $1-00
Cars Polished -50
Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St
Geo. MacKay I Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
Ladies' $5 HATS reduced to $3.50
$4 and $4.50 HATS reduced to $2.9$
at FISHEL'S. 2-t-f-s
Yesterday's Star said Mrs. S.- A
Moses was in Jacksonville on account
of the illness of her brother. It should
have said her mother. Friends hope
that at this writing she is on the road
Pint Pure Olive Oil $1.25
Bottle Maraschino Cherries JZ0
Both for $1.00 while $1.45
they last at Gerig's Drug Store.- 21-tf
BUSINESS SERVICE BUREAU
Room 7, Merchants Block
PHONE 508, OCALA, FLA.
Residence Phone 593 and 98
tMc You have often thought
would have your
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician -Eyesight
Sealed Drorosals will be received by
1 the dtv council of the city of Ocala,
uatli 7:30 p. to. on May 31st. 1921, for
furnishing all materials and doing the I
work of .building- in plJbe approximate-
ly twelve thousand lineal feet of com combination
bination combination curb nd gutter, ajso for tak taking
ing taking up and resetting or "building new
any part thereof of fifty thousand
lineal feet of straight curb.
A certified check for five hundred
dollars made payable to the City of
Ocala. Florida, must accompany each
bid as a guarantee that the bidder will,
if awarded the contract, enter into
agreement, within ten days, to do the
work and furnish & penal bond for a
sum not less than twenty-five per cent,
of the estimated amount of the con contract,
tract, contract, said bond to be furnished by a
surety company satisfactory to the
city council of Ocala, Florida.
Bids will e addressed to the caty
council of Ocala. Florida, and be mark
ed as a id for curb. Bids may be de delivered
livered delivered by mail or otherwise at, the of office
fice office of the city clerk, city hall, Ocala,
Plans and specifications are on file
for reference in the office of the city
clerk and city engineer.
The city reserves the right to reject
any or all bids and to waive all formal formalities.
ities. formalities. HL C. SISTRUNK.
GEORGE F. YOUXG. City Clerk.
City Engineer, Ocala, Fla. 5-17-eod
PROTECT YOUR COMPLEXION
against reddening, roughening winds,
before going out. It""' whitens the
skin too, and softens it to a velvety
Two sizes, small 30c, mammoth 60c.
ANTI-MONOPOLY DRUG STORE
"Once a Trial Always NyaP
Little Miss Beatrice Holmes arrived
yesterday afternoon from Gainesville
where she has been attending a pri
vate school, to spend the summer va
cation with her grandmother, Mrs,
Gifts for graduates', at The Book
Friends in this city of Miss Nellie
Paepke will learn with much interest
of her approaching marriage to Mr.
Cowles of Tampa. Miss Paepke has
been teaching history and science in
the Live Oak high school for the past
year, and the wedding will take place
sometime tomorrow in that town.
Mr. Cowles has a responsible position
in the shipyards at Tampa.
Pint 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
Fires are getting to be quite the
vogue, the department was called on
again today a little after dinner to
put eut a small blaze on the roof of
a negro house it 18 N. Pond street.
Only the chemical was needed and the
fire was checked before any material
damage was done. Fifteen or twenty
dollars will repair the hole in, the
There was a splendid program en-i
r t 1 1 1 1 a.S
jujrcu uy u laige nuiuuer ui people at
the Methodist church Sunday eve
An Epwrth League was organizeC
Sunday afternoon at4 the Methodist
church. We hope all the young peo
ple will lend a helping hand.
Mrs. R. P. McDaniel is seriously ill
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C
Mr. J. J. Reeves has sold his stock
of groceries to Mr. Hall, who will con continue
tinue continue the business in the Reeves store
building. Mr. and Mrs. Hall have
rented and are now living in Mrs.
Janie SwindelUs home.
Mrs. O. E. BuVnett of Fort Lauder Lauderdale,
dale, Lauderdale, Mrs. Bickford of Lake Wales and
Mrs. II. A. Smith of v Lake Wales ar arrived
rived arrived Friday to attend the ipenic
given at Indian Lake Saturday to
celebrate the birthday of their father,
Mr. T. J. Leitner,but owing to, bad
weather, a great many were compell compelled
ed compelled to return home from the lake,
where they ate picnic dinner under
Mr. E. D. Boyer delivered a very in interesting
teresting interesting sermon to a large congrega congregation
tion congregation Thursday evening of last week,
at the Baptist cMircl.
The. body of Mrs. Hopkins of Crys
tal River was interred in the An
thony cemetery Friday afternoon of
last week. Rev. J..C. Boatwright of
A miscellaneous shower was gien
Thursday afternoon of last week by
Miss Elizabeth Cole' at her home, in
honor of Mrs. Stuart Baskin, former
ly Miss Nell Olds. Dainty refresh refreshments
ments refreshments were served and the afternoon
was greatly enjoyed by those present.
Mrs. M N. Cowart of 'Fort McCoy
is a guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. C.
good barn and garage, also chicken
bouse, smokehouse and wood shed.
In addition to all city convenience
has soft water in kitchen. On a two two-acre
acre two-acre lot with plenty of shade, but
no underrrowth. 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
able prices, work guarante&L Ap Apply
ply Apply hours 9 to 5, rom 2, Merchants
LOST Saturday night between th
square and hospital, a blue broad- Jt
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
Dazira Face Powder Is satisfying,
and the odor is dainty. Ask to see it
at Gerig's Drug Store.. tf
The fire at 6 o'clock yesterday aft
ernoon was rft the home of Annie Tay
lor .colored, 735 West Washington
street. The fire did very little dam damage,
age, damage, probably $5, and was covered by
insurance. The fire boys ran so fast
going out there that practically all
the "fire hounds' lost the trail before
getting to the fire. The woods in that
neighborhood were full of cars run running
ning running in every direction looking for the
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
FOR RENT My home on S. Sanchei
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 prem premises.
ises. premises. 24-6t
FOR RENT Two furnished
with bath. Phone 98.
FOR RENT Furnished apartment.
four rooms, bath and kitchen-Call
phone 98. 25-t
FOR SALE Medium size safe, in
good condition, at very reasonable
price for quick sale. Apply to J.
Malever, Ocala, Fla. 25-tf
FURNISHED ROOMS For rent in
attractive location. Apply, at 902
E. Ft. King, or call phone 323. 25-Ct
FOR SALE Reed fiber furniture,
dressing stands, feather pillows,
el;,' practically new. Address Box
340. Ocala. 26-3t
YOUNG MAN Experienced in book:
keeping wantsf small set books for
evening work. Phone 561 after 6
p. m. 26-lt
Nice destroys the odor of perspira perspiration,
tion, perspiration, 25 cents at Gerig's Drug tSore. tf
Everyone welcome to a good home
cooked dinner at Ocala House, Satur Saturday
day Saturday noon. Given by Daughters of Wes Wesley
ley Wesley Sunday school class. 26-2t
Mr. Sam Hoffsinger of Michigan is
among our recent visitors, and in all
probability will decide to locate here.
Mr. Hoffsinger is interested in farm farming
ing farming and we hope that he will decide
to remain in Marion county.
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10a.m.
Leave for Tampa 2:15 a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. l:S0p.m.
Leave for Tampa 1:55 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:51p.m.
Uave for Tampa 4:05 p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 2:14a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville..:. 2:15a.m.
Airive from Tampa 1:35 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:55p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 4:16 p.m.
ave for Jacksonville.... 4:17 p. m,
Arrive from New York..., 1:34a.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 1:37a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:55 a. ra
Leave for New York.r. ... 3:00a.m.
Atlantic Coast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:31 a.m.
eave for St, Petersburg.. 2:32a.m.
Arrive from J&ckcnvilSe. 3:34 p.m.
Leave for St. Ptersiurg. 3:35 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville. .10:12 p. m.
Lrave for Leesburg 10:13 p. n.
Airive from St. Petersburg 2:26 a. m.
eave for Jacksonville.... 2:27a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p. m.
Iave for Jacksonville.... 1:45p.m.
Airive from LesbuTg... 6:41a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville. . 6:42 a. m
Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25 p. m.
Leave for Homosassa 3:25 p. r.
Anive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday. .. .11:50 a. m.
Our facilities can not make ALL
the bread used in Ocala, so we make
the BEST. Federal Bakery. 24-6t
Miss Martha Fort has returnc-d to
her home at Moss Bluff after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant two weeks' visit in the city at the
honfe of her aunt, Mrs. E. C. Jordan.
Miss Fort is one of the Star's bright
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
13 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with, a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf H. B. WHTTTINGTON
Experienced retail salesman would
assist in retail store Saturday after afternoons
noons afternoons and evenings. Any department.
Write "B," care Star office. 26-1 1
Fifteen cent loaves of bread have
been reduced to two for 25 cents at
the Federal Bakery. 24-6t
The Monday evening meeting of the
members of the "A" club was held
last evening with Miss Sue Moore in instead
stead instead of the regular day, as other af affairs
fairs affairs conflicted. There were two tables
of players and substituting for one Lsave fir Gainesville, daily
member was Miss .Nettie Camp. Re Refreshments
freshments Refreshments of cantaloupe a la mode
were served. Miss Mabel Meffert
won a shopping list book for obtain obtaining
ing obtaining the highest score, and Mrs. A. M.
Withers for scoring lowest was. con consoled
soled consoled with a unique puzzle game.
Miss Catherine Henry arrived in
Ocala this afternoon from Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D. C, where she was a student
at Martha Washington Seminary, and
will spend the summer at home with
her parents, Dr. and Mrs. HenryMiss
Henry's friends are giving her a cor cordial
dial cordial welcome.
Mr. J. Russell Wright of Johnson,
S. C, is a visitor in the city, registered
at the Colonial hotel. Mr. Wright
paid the Star an appreciated and en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable visit and announced that he
was preparing an article on Silver
Springs, which he expects to have
published very soon in one of the
j northern papers for which he is cor
respondent. Mr. Wright is a proline
writer and does a large correspond
ence ior many daily papers, tie is
an uncle of Mrs. Dora Crawford and
Miss Floyd Whittle of this city.
For fresh garden vegetables, sweet
corn, green peppers and fruit of all
kinds, phone 576, Dixie Fruit Store,
next to the Vogue. 25-2t
Mrs. M. S. Sawaya and her brother
left yesterday afternoon for New
York, to meet their two nephews, who
are en route from the old country.
' Origin of Heckling.
The word heckle, meaning to badger
a candidate, ts also peiled "hackle, "hackle,-and
and "hackle,-and was first used In the flax trade. The
heckler or heckler drew nax'throu? nax'throu?-the
the nax'throu?-the hackle pins, thereby straighten straightening
ing straightening and splitting the fiber.
except. Sunday ...4:45 p m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues
day, Thursday. Saturday 7:25 a. m.
Ar. front Lakeland, Tues-
day, Thursday, Saturday 11 :u3 p.m.
eave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10a.m.
Airive from.Wilco, Mon
day Wednesday. Friday. 6:45 p.m.
Shows Kindergarten's Value.
The Importance of the kindergarten
as an Americanizing influence waa
urged by MaJ. Bradley Martin, presi president
dent president of the National Kindergarten as association,
sociation, association, at the recent regional citi citizens'
zens' citizens' conference in New York.
The kindergarten," said Major
Martin, Is obvious! the Ideal means
of Americanizing the family through
the child; as the child through sing
ing patriotic songs and playing games
with other children and receiving
moral and ethical Instruction, not
only learns our language, but also
adopts our point of view and becomes
a patriotic citizen; and through
mothers meetings and hcuie vlslta the
family Is atsUted by the kindergarten
teacher In the difficult task of adapt adapting
ing adapting Itself to the economle and social
conditions that It finds In this country.
Job Required Two.
"What's the Idea" of having an as assistant
sistant assistant treasurer In that small com company
pany company of jours? ne too got w
ouch money that It takes two of yoa
to look after it?" "No; we have so
little It takes two of us to find It."
Eads Bridge Has Three Spans.
Tte bridge, which coouects
6L Louis. Mo, and Eat St Louis. Ill,
Is a tbree-pan. uteel arched struc structure..
ture.. structure.. The central fian Is SCO .feet In
the dear nl the ide 'sns f02 feet.
Unclassified ads. gets resolta.
Belleview, May 26 TJie B. Y. P.
U. ice cream social given at the town
hall Thursday night was quite a sue sue-cess.
Mr. and Mrs. Raglin of Jackson Jackson-ville
ville Jackson-ville and Miss Lorine Stubs of Wel Wel-born
born Wel-born were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Me Me-Clellan
Clellan Me-Clellan a few days last week.
Mr. Hall Martin who has been
visiting at the home of Mr. J. T.
Hames for several weeks, has accept
ed a position with the Bogue Mercan Mercantile
tile Mercantile Company in Oxford.
Miss Ruth Whittier and mother,
Mrs. True Whittier are spending th
summer in New York, where Miss
Ruth will do nursing.
We are sorry to hear that Mr.
Newland and Mrs. J. A. Freeman are
on the sick list this week.
The new bell for the Baptist church
was put in the belfry Friday and ev every
ery every body was glad to hear its sweet
tones calling them to church Sunday.
Mrs. O. M. Gale, Frank Gale and
Mrs. Will Coggswell returned Satur Saturday
day Saturday from a week's visit in Miami.
Quite a number of people from here
attended Dr. Alanson Belcher's funer funeral
al funeral in Candler Suaday afternoon. Serrv
ices were conducted by Rev. W. E.
Searlea and Rey. Jones.
Mr. Mcpherson of Ocala was
Sunday caller at the home of Mr. C
Rev Matrin of Island Grove de delivered
livered delivered two excellent sermons at the
Baptist church Sunday.
The' young folks of the Methodist
church enjoyed a song service at the
church last Friday evening.
Miss Marjorie Meyers who has been
attending school in Virginia, returned
home Friday. We are glad to see her
again and are sorry to hear she in intends
tends intends to accept a position in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and will leave us again soon.
Mr. James Noegal of Welborn is a
visitor at the home of Dr. McCIellan
this week. Mr. Noegal hopes to open
a drug store here in the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Shade, Krs.
Bauknight, Edd Schram and Jack
Drew returned to Jacksonville Mon Monday,
day, Monday, after a pelasant week spent at
Smith Lake, hunting and fishing.
Memorial Day will be observed at
the Methodist church Sunday evening.
This is Rev. Searles last sermon un until
til until after the summer vaaction, whkh
he will spend in the north. All war
Vetera nls are especially requested to
A number of our Baptist peep's
are planning to attend the Baptist
convent ion which meets at the Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha Bridge ehtaxh next
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