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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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TEMPERATURES
This morning, 70. This afternoon, 91.
WEATHER FORECAST
Generally fair tonight and Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. VOL 27
OGALA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1921
NO. 128

OCALA

EVENING

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A GIO MOVE
Columbia County Man's Resolution
to Call a State Con Convention
vention Convention (Associated -TTesaj
Tallahassee, May 31. Representa Representative
tive Representative Phillips of Columbia county, in introduced
troduced introduced a resolution in the lower
house today providing for a demo democratic
cratic democratic convention to, be called by the
state executive committee. The House
f adopted a resolution by Mr. Miller of
Duval, providing for a committee of
tthfee members from the House and
two from the Senate to investigate
the need of road legislation and make
recommendations at the 1923 session.
HUNTER WILL OFFER A SUBSTI SUBSTITUTE
TUTE SUBSTITUTE TAX .MEASURE
The House yesterday afternoon
went into committee of the whole for
the purpose of considering the occu occupational
pational occupational tax bill by the committee ou
finance and taxation. The chairman
of the committee, Mr. Hunter, pre presented
sented presented a bill not near so large as the
original measure, and said he would
propose it as a substitute for the
other bill. He explained that the
franchise tax feature had been left
out of the bill as it r ow was, and that
many other features had been consid-
' erably modified.
"DINTY"
At Temple Theater -tonight. Every Everybody
body Everybody was pleased with Dinty last
night. Admission 15 and 25c. It
CHALMERS REDUCES PRICES
The Carroll Motors Company re received
ceived received a telegram from the state dis distributors,
tributors, distributors, the Mangels-Kirby Com Company
pany Company of Jacksonville, Saturday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, announcing a reduction of
$300 on Chalmers cars, making the
second reduction within six' months,
and bringing the Chalmers line, as
well as the Maxwell line, to pre prewar
war prewar prices.
The Carroll Motors Company takes
pride in the announcement of the new
'Chalmers, with cord tires as regular
equipment on all models, and the
price ranging from $1695 on the
seven-passenger, to $1995 on the sport
models, delivered. See the advertise advertisement
ment advertisement in today's Star.
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala," Fla..
Typewriting, Multigraphing
Stenography
BUSINESS SERVICE BUREAU
Room 7, Merchants Block
PHONE 508, OCALA, FLA.
Residence Phone 593 and 98
iniiiiininimmiiinnmmniiwmmnr
We Knock the Spots -Out
ot Things.
Ladies' and Men's Garments
Cleaned and Dyed in a Superior
Manner
Send us your garments and have
them CLEANED CLEAN. We call
for and deliver work promptly.
La-Donde Cleaning Co.
Over Jirash Grocery Co.
HARRY A. STEIN, Prop.
PHONE 525
Our Specialty Is
building
IdxDho
MAZON & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
, Drug Store

GIRL WAS ABLE TO

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She Took the Star's Advice and Early
in Life Learned How to
Shoot
(Associates Press)
Texarkana, May 31, Claude Dun Dun-agan,
agan, Dun-agan, age 35, a clothing salesman,
was shot and killed last night by a
14-year-old girl. According to the
girl's story Dunagan was shot as he
appeared at. her bedroom window
when she was about to undress for
bed. Seizing a pistol the girl ran
out of the house and after warning
the man to flee or she would shoot,
she fired into the darkness the bullet
striking the man's left side. Dunagan
ran into the street when he fell.
SCHOOL NOTICE
Examinations for delinquent pupils
will be held at the high school build building
ing building next Saturday morning, June 4thl
Those eligible to take them that have
not been taking work in the summer
school will be required to pay a fee of
one dollar for each special examina examination.
tion. examination. Application for such examina examinations
tions examinations should be made not later than
Friday morning. No further oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity can be given for making up
deficiencies, so pupils who fail to do so
now must remain where they have
been placed for next term.
P. H. Hensley, Principal.
SENIOR CLASS PLAY
"The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary"
is the title of the play to be presented
by the members of the graduating
class next Friday evening at the
Temple theater. The curtain will rise
at 8:30 o'clock. Admission, 35 and to
cents.
Prescriptions correctly filled and
promptly delivered. Call 435, G. C.
Greene. 2-tf
Miss Ava Lee Edwards has returned
home from Wauchula, where she
taught school for the term, and is be being
ing being given a cordial welcome by her
many friends.
Miss Nellie Stevens has returned
home from a, visit to Bartow and
Lakeland. At Bartow Miss Stevens
gave several lectures on welfare work
and at Lakeland she was the guest of
relatives.
v The business woman's club will hold
a special meeting tonight in their
rooms and all members are earnestly
requested to be present.
"Speck" Knight is enjoying a visit
in Lakeland, the guest of his aunt,
Mrs. E. J. Bowyer.
Mrs. Edward Tucker and daughter
are in Jacksonville, visiting the for former's
mer's former's mother, Mrs. E. C. Coodey.
"Dinty" at the Temple Theater last
night made sue ha hit that it will be
reepated tonight. Admission 15 and
25 cents. It
All Garcia de Oro cigars wrapped in
tinfoil 10c. at all dealers. 5-tf
Dr. and Mrs. LH. Van Engelken
motored to Gainesville Sunday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, spent the night and returned
home Monday afternoon. They report
the roads around Gainesville in bad
condition.
Mrs. Parker Painter will entertain
friends at auction Friday afternoon
at her home in honor of her sister,
Miss Margaret Eddins of Texas.
Fifteen cent loaves of bread have
been reduced to two for 25 cents at
the Federal Bakery. 24-6t
Mrs. A. N. Withers will be the hos hostess
tess hostess tomorrow evening at her home on
Oklawaha avenue to the weekly meet meeting
ing meeting of the members of the "A" club.
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
SERVICE

Crescent Grocery
PAY CASH thMrons PAY LESS
SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY
4 pound can SNOWDRIFT LARIfl. 58c
15 oz. jar Premier Peanut Batter 32c
OPPOSITE GEO. MacKAY & CO'S. STORE

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EXHATIOII OF

PLOT 1

It was the Storm and Not Mismanage Mismanagement
ment Mismanagement that Brought Him, his Pas Passengers
sengers Passengers and Plane Crashing
to the Earth
(Associated Press)
Washington,' May 31. Lieutenant
Stanley Ames, pilot of the Curtis
"Eagle" that crashed to earth near
Morgantown, Md., Saturday night
with the loss of seven lives, including
his own, was exonerated of all blame
for the accident in a formal report of
the board of investigation today. The
accident, in the opinion of the board
of three aviation officers, was abso absolutely
lutely absolutely unavoidable and due entirely to
a storm into which the airplane ran.
SEPARATE INVESTIGATION
Secretary Weeks today ordered a
separate investigation by the inspec inspector
tor inspector general of the army. The report
will form the basis for any further ac action
tion action which may be decided upon by
the war department.
FOR THE LADY WHO CARES
The exact thing you want you will
find at Hooper's Milady Beauty Par Parlors.
lors. Parlors. We are now equipped to furnish
y6u any line in cosmetics that you
are looking for. Our cosmetician is
able to give the very best in skin and
scalp treatment, manicuring, sham shampooing,
pooing, shampooing, etc. Electrolysis work done
in all forms; also hair restoring made
a specialty. Phone 272. 112 Fort King
avenue. The shop where the children
like to go. 27-tf
B. E. TURNER HEARD FROM
Mr. Burt E. Turner, who left rather
unceremoniously Sunday afternoon,
wrote Mrs. Turner yesterday from
Jacksonville, stating that he was on
his way to a more desirable job and
that he would write her later when he
got settled down.
Mrs. R. S. Hall and Miss Blair
Woodrow left yesterday afternoon for
a few days' visit in Jacksonville. They
will be. guests at the Aragon hotel.
Miss Louise Spencer will entertain
this evening at her home the members
of the Tuesday evening auction club.
There's no extra cFarge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
For delicate skin, use our imported
castile soap, price 25c. at the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Stoi. Phone 123. 7t
Miss Loureen Spencer has returned
home from a brief but pleasant visit
with Miss Susannah Dodge in Jack Jacksonville.!
sonville.! Jacksonville.! o'C ou nave ten thought
' you would have your
0 '4ii(V eyes examined "some
5vfc day." Why delay longer.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
L T. IZLftR
Fire
Insurance
Ocala, Florida
QUALITY fi

MEMORIAL A

Ocala Observed It with Sincere Pa Patriotism
triotism Patriotism and Deep Deposition
. to the Old Flag
Ocala has observed the most unani unanimous
mous unanimous Memorial Day of its existence,
when fathers, sons and grandfathers
of three great wars went together to
honor the dead of the last great strug struggle.
gle. struggle. The ceremonies begun Sunday
morning, when members of the Amer American
ican American Legion and Spanish-American
War veterans met at the Episcopal
church to join in memorial services
and hear an earnest sermon from
Rev. John J. Neighbour, chaplain of
the Marion County Legion Post. The
services in all the Ocala churches
Sunday had a tendency toward the
great subject of Monday.
Monday morning was given to dec decorating
orating decorating the graves of soldiers all over
the county. Tho principally intended
for those who gave their lives in the
world war, the grave of no soldier
who lay near his younger comrades
was neglected.
At noon Monday a very impressive
service was held at Greenwood ceme cemetery,
tery, cemetery, in which World War, Spanish Spanish-American
American Spanish-American and Confederate veterans
participated, after which flowers were
laid on the graves of all the soldiers
in the cemetery.
At this service, those present assem assembled
bled assembled at a central point in the ceme cemetery.
tery. cemetery. Prayer was offered by Chaplain
Neighbour, and Gen. -Ayer of the
United Confederate Veterans made a
short address. Mr. W. T. Gary read
the memorial service of the Spanish
War Veterans. Post Commander
Moremen and Chaplain Neighbour
read the special service for the legion.
After this a firing squad fired three
volleys and Bugler Voulgaris sounded
taps.
There are some few Union veterans
in our city, but the Grand Army post
died out years ago. Some of the men
of the Spanish-American and many
of the boys of the world war are sons
or grandsons of those who wore the
blue, so a separate organization was
not missed.
Also during the morning, the fol following
lowing following delegations went out all over
the adjoining country to decorate the
graves of all our departed veterans.
The parties and their destinations
were as follows:
Oxford, in Geo. F. Young's car, L.
T. Craft, Edward Drake and L. H.
Chazal; Moss Bluff, in Dr. C. W.
Moremen's car, C. A. Harris, Nelson
Dosh, Edward Lopez and Horace
Whetstone; Oklawaha church and Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha cemetery, in Dr. Walter
Hood's car. T. C. Thomson and Luther
Reynolds, in H. G. Shealy's car, Joe
Borden and E. C. Bennett; Anthony,
Sparr and Citra, in R. L Anderson
Jr.'s car, J. W. Akin and J. R. FusselL
A. F.-Parry of Sparr, will join this
party at Sparr in his own car; Fort
McCoy, in Tracy Pedrick.s car, C. C.
Priest Jr. and Marion R. Bray; Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Plant, in F. W. Ditto's car, W. L.
Gray and A. B. Halsell; old ceme cemetery,
tery, cemetery, Ocala, in W. T. Gary's car, R. L.
Van Osten. C. V. Roberts and M. Voul Voulgaris.
garis. Voulgaris. Two more graves were found a
Spanish war veteran at Shady and one
of the world-war men at Fairfield
and both received attention.
In the afternoon a long array of all
the ex-soldiers, the Ocala branch of
the Woman's Auxiliary Corpj, the
Daughters of the Confederacy and
members of various fraternal" organi organizations
zations organizations marched to "Victory Way,"
an avenue leading from the Woman's
Clubhouse to the new city park. At
the beginning of this avenue, two
monuments have been e reeled. Ou
one is a plate bearing the names of
the Marion county boys who died iM
the great war. The other monument
tells the reasons for the monuments
and the avenue, and on each is a
great glass globe, in which, every
night, from dark until dawn, a light
will gleam to guide the passer on his
way. v
Impressive simpicity marked the
exercises tat the unveiling of the two
pillars at the entrance to Victory
Way. Promptly at 4:30 the members
of the following organizations: The
American Legion, American Legion
Auxiliary, the Woman's Club, the
Spanish-American War Veterans, the
Confederate Veterans, the United
Daughters of the Confederacy, the
Rotary Club and the Odd Fellows as
sembled at the armory. Formed in
column of squads these organizations
marched to the Victory Way entrance
to the tunes of "The Girl I Left Be
hind Me" and "Dixie," played by
Messrs. Van Osten with the snare
drum, A. M. Davis with the bass
drum and Michael Voulgaris with the
piccolo.
(Concluded on Page Two)
Standard drugs and specialties,
nromDtly delivered. Phone 435. G.
C. Greene. 2-tf

AMERICAN POLICY

WT BE ALTERED
Exceptions from Associations ot the
Netherlands Did Not Arrive
Early Enough
(Associated Press)
Washington, May 31. The excep exception
tion exception of the associations of the Nether Netherlands
lands Netherlands government that the United
States enter protest against the Dutch
oil policy in the D. J. Ambie oil fields
came too late, to affect the operation
cif the policy taken by the American
government in a new note which it
was announced today had been dis dispatched
patched dispatched tQ the Hague.
OFFICERS ON THE ALERT
Sheriff Thomas and his deputies are
busy these days not much happen happening,
ing, happening, but they try to pounce on it be before
fore before it happens, which saves much
trouble.
Joe Hunter, white, escaped convict,
walking up the Seaboard, hoping to
reach the Georgia line, was nabbed
and is waiting in jail for an officer
from Raiford. .He had escaped from
Wimauma.
Mary Blunt, colored, selling shine
at Oak, is also in durance.
Theodore Green and Hilliard Clinch,
also colored and also of Oak, had a
pistol, a seed-sized gatling, which,
their sense of humor being well de developed,
veloped, developed, they used to shoot into the
quarters. Other people couldnt see
the joke and the boys are in jail.
Jim Carter was running a still down
in the south end of the county. The
still isn't running but Jim is at
least he was when the sheriff last saw
him. Jim left the still, two barrels
of mash and a gallon of shine. The
sheriff wonders if this is evidence
enough to convince a jury. It isn't
enough to convince some of them.
John standi, white, who has been
working hard near town, is wanted
for murder, in Smithfield, N. C. He
was arrested this morning. Seems
wrong to arrest a man who will work.
TEMPLE THEATER TONIGHT
"Dinty" will be repeated at the
Temple Theater tonight. Patrons
were highly pleased with last night's
showing of "Dinty." Admission 16
and 25c. It
We wish to thank the people of
Ocala and Marion county for the pa patronage
tronage patronage they have given us at the
Quality Fruit Store, but as the rush
for homes in Marion county continues
to go merrily on, due largely from the
persistent advertising of this county
by the E. A. Strout Farm Agency,
we are closing the store and giving
the front space to E. A. Strout Farm
Agency, of which I am representa representative.
tive. representative. We are here to help our town
grow and prosper. If you have a
home for sale or wish to purchase one,
call on us and let's talk it over.
James Hall. 31-4t
ft tin
' QUALITY
CLEANLINESS
TRY OUR
CLOVER HILL BUTTER
Produced by the Fox River
Butter Company, largest
distributors of PURE BUT BUTTER
TER BUTTER in the world.
Cook's
Market and
Grocery
243
PHONE 243

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Located in the CRESCENT GROCERY COS Store

Wa handle stall fed Beet the very best Veal and
Pork. Pay for your meat and not for your
neighbor's who does not pay for his.

We ask you for your patronage and
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EFFICIEIIC? EOR

COTTOII inOUSTRY
Sir. Hoover is Helping Manufacturers
to Devise the Best
Methods
(Associated Press)
Washington, May 31. Hoover met
with the cotton goods manufacturers
today to discuss means of developing
the facilities of the commerce depart
ment to render the most efficient serv service
ice service to the cotton industry. Represen Representatives
tatives Representatives from the South and New Eng England
land England are present.
BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK
Ford ruck $240.00
White Truck r..... 275.00
Overland Roadster 275.00
Real buys for cash. Terms if de desired.
sired. desired. Good tiresj-etc.
31-tf Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
"Dinty" will be shown again tonight
at Temple Theater. It
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
If you smoke cigars why not get
the best? Ask for Garcia de Oro lOe
at all dealers. 5-tf
Our Bathing Caps are pretty and
durable. All fresh stock. GerigV
Drug Store. ti
Nice destroys the odor of perspira perspiration,
tion, perspiration, 25 cents at Gerig's Drug tSore. tf
IS TOE JEFFERSON OIL &
GAS COMPANY.A FAKE?
In view of certain articles and edi editorials
torials editorials recently published in the Ocala
Evening Star, we deem it nothing less
than simple justice to those citizens
of this, Marion county, and other
counties in this state who have, thru
us, purchased stock in the Jefferson
Oil & Gas Company to reply to same.
While we will concede that there
have been in the past many fake stock
propositions put on the market and
many good people have been deceived
into buying them and as a result lost
their money, it does not mean that ev every
ery every concern that offers its stock to be
sold by popular subscription is a fake
or a swindle. t
While the paper did not, for very
special reasons, designate any partlc-
jular company or salesman, the arti
cles are such as to do harm to good
and worthy companies offering their
stock for sale through their represen representatives,
tatives, representatives, and especially-to. the citizens
of this state whe have subscribed for
stock in such companies.
The Jefferson Oil & Gas Company
by its general manager, Mr. F. D. Mc Mc-Arthur,
Arthur, Mc-Arthur, made application and com complied
plied complied with all the requirements of law
and was given a permit by your
comptroller, Ernest Amos, to sell $50, $50,-000
000 $50,-000 of its stock. In addition to this,
the company paid the expenses of one
of the state's best citizens to go out
to Texas and inspect the property of
the company. He went and satisfied
himself as to our holdings and we of offer
fer offer herewith his affidavit which he
made upon his return.
"To Whom It May Concern"
"This certifies that I left River
Junction, Fla Oct. 19th, for McMul McMul-len
len McMul-len county, Texas, for the purpose of
looking over the property of the Jef Jefferson
ferson Jefferson Oil and Gas Company. I spent
two days looking over the territory,
and found they own six hundred and
forty acres (640) fee simple, located
in the southern part of McMuHen
county, and being about sixty-five
miles south of San Antonio. I also
found large oil developments going on
close up and a number of producing
wells near and on all sides of -the
property.
"I brought home a bottle of very
fine grade oil I took from a new wen
brought in just a few miles north of

IT IIEVEI1 HAPPENED
TO juntos

Me Who Handle Our Submarines
Know at Least How to Keep Out
of Each Other's Way
lAssoclaie Priu)
Tokio, May 31, Six Japanese sub submarines
marines submarines collided during the naval
maneuvers off the coast of Kiushiu
and one was seriously damaged. As
a result the proposed loner distance
cruise of these craft has been post postponed.
poned. postponed. BAPTIST TRAINING CLASS
State Secretary O. K. Armstrong of
Jacksonville, director of the Baptist
Xoung People's work in "Florida, ar
rived in Ocala yesterday and began
his course of lectures at the Bantiit
church last night. A fine croup of
young people greeted him and entered
enthusiastically into a serious study
of methods as presented by the visit visiting
ing visiting lecturer. Tonight at 8 o'clock and
tomorrow night at the, same hour
Secretary Armstrong will be heard
again. It is a real treat to hear this
specialist and his visit to Ocala means
a great deal to the young people of
the Baptist church. Other engage engagements
ments engagements compel Mr. Armstrong to
shorten his engagement here and he
will leave after the Wednesday night
meeting.
SUDDEN RISE OF
WHEAT IN CHICAGO
(Associated Press)
Chicago, May 31-Wheat for May
delivery made a sensational upward
swing in price today as a result of
the demand from shorts. There was
little for sale and the market ran up
124 cents to $1.82 as com Dared with
Saturday's
day's finish.
their property. The oil in that section
is an extra grade, and expert oO men
think of that section as becoming the
largest field yet found in Texas.
"From my personal investigation 1
am much pleased with my two hun hundred
dred hundred and fifty shares of stock I now
own in the company.
v (Signed) "Amos II. Davis."
"Sworn to and acknowledged before
me on this the 27th day of October,
m the year 1920 A.D.
"J. It McDonald."
"Notary Public. State of Florida."
"My commission expires May 10,
1921."
"In connection with the foregoing
affidavit, will say I found more than
Messrs. Smith and Beach represented
to me, and I feel sure that no one can
go wrong in getting into this com company,
pany, company, as they own outright six hun hundred
dred hundred and forty acres, surrounded by
a number of producing wells, quite a
number close up to the property, and
the development is being brought
closer each day en all sides.
"They have honest management,
and a small capitalization though suf sufficient.
ficient. sufficient. "Amos H. Davis."
Anybody can find out who Amos IL
Davis is by writing or wiring any
bank or any public official in Gadsden
county, Fla.
Ai to the officers of the company,
anyone can find out as to their stand standing
ing standing by writing or wiring any bank or
public official in Birmingham or 'Jef 'Jefferson
ferson 'Jefferson county, Ala. As to the sales salesmen
men salesmen who are entrusted with the plac placing
ing placing of the stock of the company, it
matters not, so far as the public ts
concerned, whether they are swind swindlers,
lers, swindlers, locusts or whatnot, since they
are under bond made by a. good and
reputable bonding company doing
business in this state (This however
speaks for their character and repu reputation).
tation). reputation). Their bonds provide that if
they obtain money in the sale of stock
by fraudulent misrepresentation the
bonding company will protect the
purchaser of stock under such condi conditions
tions conditions against loss. What more do
you want?
Now we wish to assure our friends
for we are friends and partners hi
business together who have bought
stock in the Jefferson Oil & Gas
Company, that they need not be in
the least alarmed or disturbed by such
articles as referred to above. They
have nothing to do with our company
at all. We will even venture to say
that if the papers printing these ar articles
ticles articles would put themselves to the
trouble to investigate our company
and its officers to say nothing of its
salesmen who are etill here in your
midst and are subject to the laws of
your state they will gladly write an
article making correction, and an ex
ception, at least, so far as the Jeffer Jefferson
son Jefferson Oil & Gas Company is concerned,
We are ready always to answer
any legitimate question that any, in interested
terested interested person cares to ask concern concerning
ing concerning the Jefferson Oil & Gas Company.
W. K. Smith.
Adv. It Geo. W. Beach.



OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1921

Gcala Evening Star

PaMUhed Every Iay Except Saaday fcy
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCALA, FLORIDA

R. R Carroll, President
P. V. IeaveBjcood, Seeretary-Treaorer
J. H. Ueajamla, Editor

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hand, and resolve in this quiet hour
to pledge ourselves anew to patriotic
service to our wonderfully blessed
country.
"Let us pledge ourselves to be the

Good Samaritan to the loved ones of

thes men, who gave their all, that we

might live to enjoy the freedom of
this nation which they so nobly died to

preserve. Let U3 grasp the flag these

rave men so nobly bore, and plant it

victoriously upon the battlements of
righteousness.

"Now, in conclusion, Madam Presi

dent, I wish to personally extend to

you and through you to each- and ev

ery member of the Woman's Club, the

eineere appreciation of the American
Legion for the untiring efforts in
placing this beautiful tribute to those
wonderful boys who paid the supreme

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MEMORIAL DAY

(Continued from First Page)

At the head of the column was the

flag with its colors-guard. Sergeant

W. L. Gray, for years in the regular
army' before the war with Germany
began, carried the flag, and to his
right and to his left marched Nelson

posh for the army and T. D. Lancas Lancaster
ter Lancaster Jr. for the navy. Most of the of officers
ficers officers and some privates were in uni uniform,
form, uniform, but a majority of the ex-service
men were in civics the uniforms that

hung loosely on them during the, long

drive of that fearful summer of 1918

would fit them too much now.
In striking contrast with the som

ber 0. D. was the handsome uniform

of Mr. F. E. Harris, colonel on Gen

McGahagin's staff, who was clad in
full regimentals. The -Confederate
uniform in the days 'of its glory was
one of the finest in the world, com combining
bining combining elegance and utility in the most

artistic manner, and Mr. Harris, who
carried a gun in defense of the Lost
Cause at an age when most boys are
in 'grammar school, wore it with the

grace it deserved.

Arriving at the Victory Way, the

procession formed into double ranks

facing' the Woman's Club building.

with the exception of Mrs. J. W. Hood

chairman of the Victory Way com

mittee of the Woman's Club, Mrs. H

C. Dozier. 1920-1921 president of the

Woman's Club, Dr. C. W. Moremen

commander of Marion County Post
No. 27, Rev. J. J. Neighbour, post

chaplain, and Mayor R. L. Anderson

who took their places upon a platform

'in front of the club building, facing

Victory Way.

All the open spaces adjoining Vic Victory
tory Victory Way entrance were filled with
men, women and children from the
city and the county who had come to
assist with their presence in paying
tribute to. the boys who had made the
supreme sacrifice and to those who
also had served and were ready to

make this racrifice.

The exercises were opened by the
singing of "America" by all assem assembled,
bled, assembled, with Mrs. Philip G." Murphy
leading in the singing, Miss Dorothy

Lancaster at the piano and Michae

Voulgaris accompanying with the
flute. This hymn was followed by
. prayer by Rev. Neighbour. Dr. More More-men
men More-men in a few fitting words accepted
the task of unveiling and dedicating
the Victory Way memorial to the
hoonred men who made the supreme
sacrifice and to the noble women and
brave men who so gloriously served
in the great war. Dr. Moremen 's
speech was as follows:
"Madam President, Members of the
Auxiliary of the American Legion,
Comrads and Friends: We have met
here to unveil and dedicate this Vic Victory
tory Victory Way memorial to the honored
men who have made the" supreme sac sacrifice,
rifice, sacrifice, and to the noble women and
brave men who have so gloriously
served in the great war. We, who
were more fortunate, accept this task
of giving these a suitable memorial
and guarantee to their posterity that
these honored dead shall not have
died in vain. May those principles
for which they so gloriously fought
always remain near to us. We, the
living, should carry nobly on the task
of making this world safe against any
future aggression of might. Let us
here consecrate ourselves to that
cause for which they gave their lives.
x "Comrades, on this day it is our
duty and obligation to honor the
memory of these, men who have laid
their all upon the altar of their coun country,
try, country, also those who since have passed
on to that brighter world. The whole
nation is assembled to honor its dead.
The .deeds performed by these men,
and those of other wars, will go
marching on in the destinies of men.
This nation has been blessed because
their sacrifice has not been made in
vain, r
"Now, in perfect accord, and deep
reverence, we have assembled at this
memorial to justly honor the men
who have died for their country; also
those who so nobly served through
the past terrible war and were more
fortunate in being able to return to
their loved ones. May we, this day,
give thanks to Him who carries the
- destinies of man in the hollow of His

and in the presence of these tablets
let us bow our heads and reverently
ask that it may be our lot 4o give our
lives as worthily and in -a cause as
noble as did our comrades whose
memory we honor. We are assembled
here to do honor to those of our

comrades who gave their lives to the
service of our country. The tablets
do not yet include all the names and

bronze ones will replace these so that
the names of the heroes of the late
war may be read by generations to

come. I take it upon myself to ex

press to the Woman's Club of Ocala
the sincere appreciation of the loved

ones or those whose memories are

preserved upon these tablets and of

their comrades who have" survived
them. These pillars will stand not
only as memorials to those who served

sacrifice, and to those women and in our country's battles bu as testi-

men who so nobly served their coun- moniaU to the untiring and loving ef-

try through the world war,

Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean,"

was then sung by Mrs. Philip G. Mur

phy, accompanied by Miss Lancaster

and. Mr. Voulgaris.

Louis IT. Chazal, adjutant of the

post, then gave the order "About

face," so that all might now look to toward
ward toward Victory Way at the entrance of
which stands the pillars which rep

resent two years of tireless and un

ceasing effort and work on the part
of the Woman's Club and especially

the Victory Way committee, Mrs. J.
W. Hood, chairman.

Miss Mary Marshall first unveiled

the pillar at the left disclosing a
tablet which reads:

1917 1918
In Memory of the Marion County
Men who Made the Supreme Sacrifice
in the World War:
Alfie Brooks, Wiley H. Burfora,
John W. Clayton, Thos. S. Clayton,

James E. Leitner, Archie Lopez, John

W. Bell, Gilbert J. Proctor, Geo. L.
MacKay, Homer Rodgers, Arthur
Madden, LaGrange Sistrunk, Frank
C. Smedley, Preston H. Wetherbee,
James C. Reynolds, Arthur E. Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, Virgil J. Randall.

The pillar at the right was then un unveiled
veiled unveiled by Miss Marshall. The tablet
on this pillar reads as follows:
Victory Way
A Loving Tribute from the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club to the Brave Men and Noble
Women of Marion County who Served
m the Great World War, 1917-1918..
During the unveiling a very pretty
ceremony took place under the guid guidance
ance guidance of Miss Nettie Camp. Eight
dainty maidens, each representing a
church, placed beautiful wreaths of
white roses and asparagus ferns on
each side of the base of the pillars.
Those taking part in this and the
churches represented were as follows:
Cornelia Dozier, St. Philip's Cath Catholic
olic Catholic church.
Sidney, Cullen, Grace Episcopal.
Catherine Burhman, Methodist.
Margaret Hocker, Baptist.
Mabel Goldman, Jewish synagogue.
Annie MacKay, Presbyterian.
Jessie Clayton, Christian.
Johnny Lou Potter, Christian
Science.
Following the unveiling, Old Glory
was lowered from the staff between
the pillars by Edward Lopez and
Travis Collier, while all stood at at attention.
tention. attention. The company again "about faced?'
An address by Mayor Anderson was
next on the program. He spoke elo eloquently
quently eloquently and vividly of the sufferings
endured in the war. He called to mind
the high ideals which had guided the
men and women to whom Victory Way
is dedicated. "He compared these men
and women to the crusaders of old
because of their unselfish sacrifice for
world betterment. Mayor Anderson
also tendered the sincere apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation of the citizens of Ocala and Mar Marion
ion Marion county to the Woman's Club for
the Victory Way. His speech follows:
"We have just seen unveiled these
tablets commemorative of the service
to humanity rendered by sons of
Marion county men who were boys
with us, who attained manhood here
among us, and who have won im immortality
mortality immortality in the giving of their lives
for the ideals which have made their
country great. To have seen with
one's own eyes is the sole way in
which we can understand adequately
what these men underwent in the
service of their country, how much it
cost them to leave all that was dear dearest
est dearest to them, and to answer cheerfully
the call to arms; to- endure the hard hardships
ships hardships and the gruelling work of train training;
ing; training; to leave their native land and go
to find their last resting place on for foreign
eign foreign soil; to endure for days upon
days the scream of shell, the incessant
roar of guns, the horrors of gas to
see the earth mount heavenward m
black columns on all sides of them;
to see their comrades fall never to
rise again, and to witness their ago agonies
nies agonies of pain, unable to give them
help. But at last they won their rest,
their place in the hearts of all man mankind
kind mankind and their reward above. These
things or a part of them, all our com comrades
rades comrades whose names appear upon that
tablet endured for the sake of an
ideal. Our civilization was threaten threaten-ecL
ecL threaten-ecL Our ideals had been trampled
under foot by vandals, the tent3 that
were part of our code of honor had
been violated; our heroic comrades
gave their lives that our civilization
might live, our ideals be upheld and
our honor vindicated. There was no
selfish interest. Theirs was a service
to humanity, to justice and to right.
There are no warriors since the cru crusaders
saders crusaders worlhy to stand with them.
The memorial to their memories which
has been unveiled here this afternoon
will serve its purpose of keeping al always
ways always fresh in our minds the debt of
gratitude which we in company with
all right thinking people owe them

forts of the Woman's Club who plan

ned them and made them realities.

Triscawilla street, the Woman's
Club and Victory Way were fittingly

decorated with flags and bunting,

The platform upon which those pre

siding sat was artistically decorated
with beautiful flowers and verdant
foliage.
The social committee, consisting of
Mrs. O. E. Cox and Mrs. J. W. Dumas,
had charge of the decorations and
building the platform. The lumber
for the platform was loaned by the
R. H. Todd Lumber Company. Col Collier
lier Collier Brothers furnished the bunting
and many of the flags.
The interior of the Woman's CluD
had been decorated in the morning in
a" most attractive manner with flags
and beautiful flowers. This work was
done by Mrs. Albert E. Gerig and
Mrs. Harvey Clark.
During the afternoon the club house
was open to all under the direction of
Mrs. William Hocker, chairman of the
house committee.
After the exercises were ever the
floral decorations were taken to Col.
John Martin as a loving tribute from
all who took part in the Memorial

Day exercises. Col. Martin appreciat appreciated
ed appreciated this token of affection and esteem
very much. Those who presented this

tribute to Colonel Martin were Mrs.
J. W. Hood and Messrs. A. E. Gerig
and Philip G. Murphy. This beautiful
idea was the thought of Mrs. Harvey
Clark.

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OF QUALITY
i
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PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
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Careful estimates made on all con con-tract
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throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store work for the money than any other
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf -contractor in the city.

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PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
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PHONE S32X

RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. .

(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
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 pm
2:55 em N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Lc&vo ,AnaT
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm

6:42 am Jksonville-uansviIIe 10:13 pm

St.Petsbrg-Lakeland z :27 am
St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
Dunnellon-Wilcox

Dunellon-Lkeland
Homosassa

Leesburg

2:33 am

3:24 pm
7:10 am
7:25 am

3:30 pm
10:15 pm

11:03 pm
1:25 pm
6:42 am

4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.

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Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE
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This is a Studebaker year.

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Pearl Necklaces
Brooches
Rings, Etc.

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S.

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Getting one hundred cents value on the dollar in tire
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OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1921

RECALLS OLD SIX-DAY mE(&9l

Death of "Lepper" Hughes Brings Back

Period of Sports That Once
Held Full Sway.
The death a few days ago of
"Lepper" Hughes, one ,of the old gi&rd
of the six-day go-as-you-please races
which were conducted annually Id the
old Madison Square garden, recalls a
period when that portion of the -metropolitan
public which hates to go to
bed before daylight pursued one of Its
fads to the limit, remarks the New
k York Herald.
These six-day grinds drew great
crowds. Many persons virtually
lived the entire week in the foul at

mosphere of the dingy old building

and watched the men as they walked
or trotted their way wearily round
and round-the area. Prize money was
big and the contests bad an Interna

tional flavor, the English champion.

Charlie Rowel I. betas' a nartleinant on

more than one occasion, and the win winner
ner winner of one competition important from
a prize money viewpoint.

"Lepper" Hughes and Paddy Fitz

gerald of Long Island City were in invariably
variably invariably on hand when these so-called
endurance tests were decided, and each
had a devoted following." Both were
tall and slim in build, while Roweli
was stocky, and had a short, quick

stride which rolled the miles behind

him in .a way which made it difficult

for his competitors to keep near him.

England has long been famous for the

quality of her distance runners, and

Roweli was one of her very best.

The death of Hughes will also re

call to many the Xew York of the

days when there was not much life

after dark north of Twenty-third

street and the out-of-town visitor
eager to see the sights had to content

himself with what .the Bowery and

Sixth avenue afforded.

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CARD OF THANKS

I take this method of expressing
my thanks and appreciation to my
friends and nieghbors for their kind kindness
ness kindness and help during' the illness and
death of my son. Also for the many
floral offerings. I appreciate their
kindness all the more inasmuch as I
have no wife to assist roe. I certainly
am grateful to them.
John I. Taylor.

CARD OF THANKS

We wish to thank all our many
friends who have so kindly helped us
through the illness and death of our
dear son and brother, and for the
many and wonderful floral offerings.
We deeply appreciate all the expres expressions
sions expressions of fellowship and sympathy in
our time of trial and sorrow. May
life's pathway for you be smooth and
the end as peaceful as his.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Man.
Mrs. J. A'. Deas.
Mrs. J. B. Holton.
Electra, May 27, 1921.

BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK

Ford Truck $240.00
White Truck 275.00
Overland Roadster 275.00
Real buys for cash. Terms if de desired.
sired. desired. Good tires, etc
31-tf Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.

FURS NO MARK OF RICHES

Even the Poorest Farmers of Rou-

mania Wear Collar and Hat
of Finest Astrakan.

The poorest farmer in the Near East
can afford astrakan collars and bats;
and the man without a good piece of
fur on his overcoat collar or a whole
fur lining is almost always a beggar

or a foreigner from America or west

ern Europe, where these things cost

money.

Nobody wears more fur lining or i

higher astrakhan hats than the cab

drivers.

These men comport themselves with
a dignity equaled by no single other
class of men In the world, unless it
be by the priests of the Greek church.

A long black plush garment, tight
at the collar and belted at the waist
by a bath robe cord, envelopes them
from head to foot. Because It la

lined with fur, this garment makes a

man look far bigger than he really is.

And the high conical astrakan cap,

like a curly dunce cap, adds to his

stature.

Many of the drivers are laid to be

long to a curious religious sect orig

inating In Russia, a sect involving
celibacy. They spurn friendship with

women as likely to decrease their love

for their horses.

Whether this is true or not, It Is
certain that the cab drivers are the
most picturesque figures in Bucharest,
outshining even the corseted and

rouged Roumanian army officers.

BASEBALL
' TARPON SPRINGS vs. OCALA
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY,
June 1 and 2, 1921
At Ocala Baseball Park. Game called at 4 p. m.

Mr. F. E. Wetherbee is here from

Leesburg, where he is managing a

large orange grove that he purchased

a short time ago, and will spend this

week in Ocala with his family.

Pint Pure Olive Oil $1.25
Bottle Maraschino Cherries .20

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

Little Miss Margaret Stevens has
returned to her home at Lakeland
after a pleasant several weeks visit

in the city, a guest at the home of her

aunt, Mrs. B. A. Weathers.

Mr. and Mrs. A. C Blowers and son,

Mr. Robert Blowers and Mrs. C. E.
Simmons have returned home from an

automobile trip to Tennessee, where
the former went to bring home their

son, who was in school at Columbia.
Mrs. Simmons visited relatives in
Columbus, Ga, while Mr. and Mrs.

Blowers proceeded to Columbia.

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 Americana, tf

Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Neighbour and

daughter, Marianna accompanied by

Dorothy Adam left today for North

Lake Weir, where they will spend

several days at the cottage recently

vacated by Mr. W. II. Clark and fam
Hy.

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Tire Prices Reduced
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3. ((
. old price. $20.00, now..... Oil.vU
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3, Qr Art
old price $17.60. how.... $ltMJi
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JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
phone 258 West Broadway

Bertram Ibbetson & Co.,
Chartered Accountants
of Atlanta, Georgia,
Will open an office in the Commercial Bank' Balding
of Ocala, Florida, effective Inly 1st,' 1921, for the
practice of Accounting, Systematizing, Income Tax
Consultation and Preparation of Returns.
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Long Pigeon Flight.

One of the longest pigeon flights on

record will be attempted from Ed

monton, Alberta, to San Antonio, Tex.

Arrangements for the flight have been

made between the Edmonton Homing j
club and the San Antonio Homing j

club. The distance is 2,000 miles.

Between .40 and 50 homing pigeons
will be shipped from San Antonio and
liberated there by W. Lees, president

of the Edmonton Homing club.

The longest flight on record, accord

ing to Information, was from Rome

to Liverpool, a distance of more than

a thousand miles, over difficult conn-

try. Brooklyn Eagle.

France Testing New Roads.

Contrary to past practice, composi

tion road surfaces are being put down
by the French highway authorities in

the Rhone valley. At Olvers a test

Is being made of two miles ef an
Italian composition. This has a ce cement
ment cement basis and is guaranteed for 15

years. The road authorities have ex-

Dressed their willingness to experi

ment with competitive typed of road
material. Of 33,000 miles of roads

that reaulred repairs at the time of

the armistice, 13,620 miles have been
greatly improved, and 2,200 miles have
been completely repaired. Compressed

Air Magazine. 5
Paris War Library.

Over 100,000 volumes and almost as

manv namDhiets. etc.. have been col

lected by the French government, and
a buildlnsr will be erected having five

miles of shelving. The future his historian
torian historian will probably die in the first

mile. The collection of manuscripts,

bhotoaraDhs and war records Is appal

ling as to numbers, and there seems to
be no limit to the gifts of collectors.

In this country Princeton university
aad the University of California are
especially strong on war materiaLr-

Sdentiflc American.

Watch This Space for Delivery Prices on
1922 BUICK
New Delivery Prices Will Be. Quoted
in This Space June 1st

Present Line of New Buicks Six-Cylinder Model Will be
Carried Thru the 1922 Season"

Decorum.

"When you mention that you saw a
lady of your acquaintance on" tne

street, does your wife ask you to de

scribe what she wore r

"Certainly not," replied Mr. Meek Meek-ton.
ton. Meek-ton. "These days It wouldn't be con considered
sidered considered a proper question."

Another Victory for Machinery.
From Lyons, France, comes the re report
port report that a machine has been developed
for making raised embroidery In gold
and silver. It is stated that the
stitch is a copy of an ancient form
of embroidery and gives an impression
of handwork, and is also the first ma machine
chine machine that has been successful infus infusing
ing infusing the metallic thread. It is stated
that the machine is the result fef seven
years of study, and- that the results
are very satisfactory. Scientific
American.

Delivery Can Be Made Within a Few Days After Jane 1st

Buick Agency

SPENCEM-PIEIMCK MCDTOK
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and Finest Hops
Your guests will greatly enjoy a
bottle or so of delicious Ambrosia
serve it keloid with or between meals
Order A Case Sent Home

Ambrosia is solfat Restaurants, Hotels, CIuLs,
Fountains, Drug and Grocery Stores

Moses Grocery Company
Ocala, Florida
MADE AND BOTTLED ONLY 3Y
CENTRAL CONSUMERS CO., Louisville, Ky.
Incorporated

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An interesting subject just at this time is "What
shall I give my friend, the graduate, as a remem remembrance
brance remembrance gift at the school closing?" We can
help you in your selection. Look over our line of
Tempoint Fountain Pens
Regular, Sterling Silver and Cold Plate
Eversharp Pencils
Sterling Silver and Gold Plate
Norris' Candy
One, Two and Five Pound Boxes
Fancy Box Stationery
In all the Late Tints and Shapes
"Perbanizers"
For the "Sweet Girl Graduate"
You'll find dozens of appropriate and useful
articles for presents if you'll come in and look
over our stock.

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OCALA FLORIDA (

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REMEMBER to ask
your grocer for Cal Calumet
umet Calumet Baking Powder and be
sure that you get it the In In-dianhead
dianhead In-dianhead on theorangelabeL
Then forget about bake
day failures. For you will
never have any. Calumet
always produces the sweet sweetest
est sweetest and most palatable foods.
And now remember, you
always use less than of most
other brands because it pos possesses
sesses possesses greater leavening strength.

Mow Remember-

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OLD PRICE
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Roadster ...$1995
5 Pass. Touring Car $1995
7 Pass. Touring Car.... ....$2145
Sport Model ;.$2195

NEW PRICE LIST
Roadster .....$16951

5 Pass. Touring Car.....':..
.7 Pass. Touring Car.:
Sport Model ...

$1745
$1845
$1895

Miss Elizabeth Dorsey of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville has returned to Ocala from a
pleasant visit with her aunt, Mrs. E.
J. Bowyer of Lakeland and will make
another visit with her aunt, Mrs. L. J.
Knight before returning to her home.

Fint Pure Olive Oil $1.25
Bottle Maraschino Cherries .20

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

Mr. O. K. Armstrong of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville is a visitor in the city for sev several
eral several days, a guest at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. C. L. Collins. Mr. Armstrong
is here especially to conduct a study
class for the B. Y. P. U. at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church.

Keep the hands ind face soft with
IljftSOL. 50 cents the bottle at
Genu's Drug Store.

Mr, Otis Green is at home from the
University for a few days.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

Mrs. A. J. Beck and Mrs. S. T. Sis Sis-trunk
trunk Sis-trunk returned Saturday afternoon
from Jacksonville, where the latter
has been for the past two months re recuperating1
cuperating1 recuperating1 from a spell of sickness.
Mrs. Beck went to Jacksonville about
a week ago to accompany her sister
home.

"Garcia de Oro. that mild Havana
filler cigar 10c at all dealers. 5-tf

Mr. Edward Green, a student at the
University, is spending several days
at home with his mother, Mrs. Emily
Green.

1

There is no waste. If a
recipe calls for one egg two
cups of flour half a cup of
tnftlg thafs all you use.
You never have to re-bake.
Contains only such ingre ingredients
dients ingredients as have been officially
approved by U.S. Food Authorities,
is the product of the largest, most
modern and sanitary Baking Pow Powder
der Powder Factories in existence.

Gluten

its

nourishes the bod

floor a good part of

value the element that

To be sure of

getting ft, jffe on It pore baking powder
with plain floor, (not self -rising floor),

Caltnnet
Columbia
Muffin
Recipe
4 cups sifted
flour, 4 level tea teaspoons
spoons teaspoons Calumet
Baking Powder,
1 tablespoon su sugar,
gar, sugar, 1 teaspoon
Bait, 2 eggs, 2
cups of sweet
milk. Then mix
in the regular
way

V ANTED, LOST. FOUND. FOB
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

LOST Cameo brooch Sunday morn morning
ing morning between Christian church and
108 Orange street. Reward to finder
by applying to Mrs. Harry Wikle. 3t

FOR RENT My home on S. Sanchez
St., six furnished rooms; use of
piano if desired. Permanent. Apply
615 South Sanchez St., phone 3S8,
Mrs. F. Lytle. 24-Ct
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
with bath. Phone 98. 25-6t
FOR SALE Medium size safe, in
good condition, at very reasonable
price for quick sale. Apply to J.
Malever, Ocala, Fla. 25-tf

DELIVERED AT OCALA
New Models Nov on Display in Our Show Rooms
This is the second reduction in price of Chalmers with
in six months, bringing the Improved Chalmers to Pre Pre-War
War Pre-War prices.

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FURNISHED ROOMS For rent in j FOR SALE OR RENT House on i FOR RENT Furnished apartment,

attractive location. Apply at 902 I Oklawaha avenue. Inquire Mrs. O. four rooms, bath and kitchen. Call

25-t

E. Ft. King, or call phone 323. 25-t j T. Green, 605 Oklawaha Ave. 30-6t j phone VS.

FOR SALE Genuine Porto Rico po potato
tato potato plants; government inspected,
$1.50 per 1000. C. H. Cooner, 746
Wyomena St. Phone 389. 30-6t

FURNISHED ROOMS For rent.
Apply at 704 East Third street, cor corner
ner corner Sanchez street. 31-6t-dh
FOR SA LE OR RENT Home at No.
22 Sanchez street. Apply Rogers-

Wilson Realty Company for further

particulars. 9-tf

WANTED Position by young wom woman
an woman as bookkeeper where there is a
chance of advancement. Can also
use typewriter. Address Box 34,
city. 28-7t
WANTED To buy gentle horse suit suitable
able suitable for general farm work. Will
pay reasonable price for the right

kind of horse. Address Peter Wein Wein-pach,
pach, Wein-pach, P. O. Box 481, Ocala, Fla. Gt

HEMSTITCHING, ETC. Besides
handling1 new and second hand sew sewing
ing sewing machines, we do hemstitching
and picoting on short notice. Singer
Sewing Machine Company, 317 N.
Magnolia street. 27-tf

FURNITURE- REPAIRING I make
a specialty of repairing and re repainting
painting repainting furniture. Also buy and
sell second hand furniture. Let me
quote you prices. W. O., Furr, 314
S. Main St, near laundry. 18-12t

Reduction in
Price of milk
Beginning June 1 we will make retail delivery of milk at 18c a quait Single
pints 10c Coupon books good for 32 pints $2.85.
In making this announcement we desire to say that our policy as here-to-fore
is to deliver pure Jersey milk, handled with every Sanitary care, from a Govern Government
ment Government tested herd, and at the rawest price consistent with the cost of production.
We maintained a price of 20c a quart, during the past winter when much m:,k
was retailed in Ocala at 25c a quart. The present reduction is neither a sum summer
mer summer price, nor a bargain offering of surplus production.
We believe -Ocala -is welcoming our efforts to build up a first class dairy,
judging from the patronage we are receiving.
Rotary power driven bottle washers Instant aeration Iced delivery during
daylight hours.
We have recently added to our herd. "Oxford Knights Golden Maid" a G per
centtestenn the Register of Merit, American Jersey Cattle Club, from the great
Thomasville Ga., farms and one of the finest registered cows from the former
Ocala Heights Dairy. The head of our h-rd is You Yangs Golden Sultan, bred
and raised on the famous Biltmore farm, Ashville, N. C.
Retail delivery in the evening, wholesale in the morning.
Monthly accounts opened or coupon books furnished. Telephone the farm
or address Box 522 OCALA.
BROAD ACRES DAIRY, PARKER PAINTER

NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed '.....$1.00
Can Polished .50
Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St
Phone 252

PROPOSALS WASTED
'Sealed proposals will .be received by
the oity comveil of the city of Ocala.
until 7:30 p. an. on May 31st, 1921. for
furnishing- all (materials and dotes the

wo or ibuikliftg in place approximate approximately
ly approximately twelve thousand lineal feet of com combination
bination combination curb and g-u-tter, also for tak taking
ing taking up and resetting- or 'building new
any part thereof of fifty thousand
lineal feet of straight urb.
A certified check for five hundred
dollars made jayable 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 a penal bond for a
aum 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 .be addressed to the city
council of Ocala, Florida, and be mark marked
ed marked as a ;bid for curb. Bids may be de delivered
livered delivered toy mall or otherwise at the of office
fice office of the city clerk, city hall, Ocala,
FJorlda.
Plans and specifications are "tn 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-
,tles- H. C. SISTRUNK.
CEORGE F. YOUNG. City Clerk.
City Engineer. Ocala, Fla. 5-17-eod

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