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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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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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TEMPERATURE
This morning, 70.
This morning, 90.-
WEATHER FORECAST
Generally fair tonight
and Tuesday.
VOL. 2?
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JUNE C, 11)21
NO. 133
VOnST FLOOD EVER
111 III 1ST
CUTTING ITS II
FRUIT AIID TRUCK
SHIFT f ROM FLORIDA
All THE IIEUTIiALS
WERE FRO-GEHLIIS
THROUGH KANSAS!
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KVANT TO GUT DQVN
i EMPLOYES WAGES

BUSY DAYS THIS

Pueblo is the Greatest Sufferer, but
Other Cities Have Last Heavily
of Lives and Property

(Associated Press j

Pueblo, June 6. Hood stricken
. central Colorado .today surveys the
havoc of the most disastrous flood in
the history of the west. An accurate
estimate of the loss of life and prop-
erty damage is impossible at this
time. With the morgues crowded to
overflowing, the hospitals turning pa-
Jjjents over to improvised relief sta stations
tions stations and thousands of homeless or
suffering from exposure, every effort
is being directed toward the allevia alleviation
tion alleviation of suffering.
Restoration of the eity to even the
approach of normal conditions is a
matter of weeks. The levees must be
repaired before the, business section
can be cleared of water.
.The number of persons in hospitals
'-"was placed at 500 by J. F. Moorehead,
secretary to Governor r Shoup. Ty Typhoid
phoid Typhoid fever, pneumonia, dipththeria
and one or two cases of insanity were
found among the patients. .
Floods of lesser magniture were
reported today by several towns in
Kansas. All are along the course of
the Arkansas river, which overflowed
its banks here. ---
Las Animas, Colo., early today re-
. ported the Santa Fe railroad shops at
LaJunta under five feet of water, the
railroad yards wrecked and 200
freight cars swept Way.
A score of lives are believed to
' have been lost. Fourteen doctors and
25 nurses arrived here last night
from Colorado Springs. Fifteen em em-balmers
balmers em-balmers arrived from Denver and
sixteen from Colorado Springs.

IIARDINGS RETURN
TO WASHINGTON
(Associated Press)
Valley Forge, June 6. President
and Mrs. Harding, who spent the week
end at the country home here of Sen Senator
ator Senator Knox left for Washington by
automobile this morning.
MUCH BUILDING IN MIAMI
(Associated Press)
Miami, June 6. The value of sew
buildings for which permits were is issued
sued issued in Miami during the month of
May exceeded the record for any one
month in the history of the city, at at-cording
cording at-cording to statistics issued by the
city building inspector. The total for
May was $606,400, making an aggre aggregate
gate aggregate of. $1,756,680 for the first five
months of 1921. The previous monthly
record was made in May 1919, when
permits aggregating $567,800 were
issued.
; St. Pete Tops the Magic City
' St. Petersburg, June 6. The valua valuation
tion valuation of permits issued in St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg during the mont hof May totalled
$618,734, according to the monthly re re-port
port re-port of Building Inspector P. J. Mc Mc-Devitt.
Devitt. Mc-Devitt. The May total brought the
aggregate for the first five months of
' 1921 np to $1,793,750. Permits were
issued during the month for the con con-"rstruction
"rstruction con-"rstruction of 50 residences, nine apart apartments,
ments, apartments, 18 -one-story garages, seven
two-story garages, ; and one hotel.
Fiftypermits for alterations were is issued
sued issued while 23 were classified as mis miscellaneous,
cellaneous, miscellaneous, y ,:
AMATEUR OFFICERS
(Associated Press?
Nortsmouth, Va., June 6. J. K.
Jamison was burned to death and
' James Quinn was seriously injured
last nicht onf the shipping board
steamer New Orleans, while attempt
ing to build a fire in the furnace with
y-asoline. Both were officers of the
vessel.'
ELKS RAISE $500 FOR
THE SALVATION ARMY
St. Petersburg, June 6. More than
$500 in cash and several hundred dol
lars in pledges were netted in "fines'
assessed by a mock court conducted
by local Elks during the' recent SalT
vation Army drive. A. T. Blocker,
using a motor truck as a rostrum,
acted in the judicial role. Twenty Twenty-five
five Twenty-five Elks served as bailiffs and pro
ceeded to conduct a ref orm campaign,
Automobilists by the scores were vic
tims of the far-reaching dragnet.
Garcia de Oro. that mild Havana
filler cigar 10c at all dealers. 6-tf

River Arkansas in Its Wild Rush
ftavrn from the Mountains Caus-
i
ing Widespread Ruin

At -ciatel I'rt-ss)
Topeka, Kans., June 6. The first
wave of the Arkansas river flood to today
day today is sweeping down from eastern
Colorado upon Kansas- Farmers and
. 11 V II ...s.. ...... ... H 1 J k W J
Sunday morn iiig moved their stock to i
the highlands.. Men on horseback are
patrolling the river west of Syracuse,
warning the people to flee. Amity
dam, five miles west of the city, is
reported to have given way. The tele telephone
phone telephone operator reported Amity-completely
washed away with possible
loss of life.
MEETING OF VETERANS
Marion Camp No. 56, U. C. V., met
June Sd with Commander W. E. Mc Mc-Gahagin
Gahagin Mc-Gahagin presiding. Prayer by Chap Chaplain
lain Chaplain W. J. Folks:
The following comrades answered
to roll call: Alfred Ayer, J.'L. Bar Barron,
ron, Barron, J, L. Beck, J. H. Badger, J. A.
Carlton, R. A. Carlton, A. WDeVa WDeVa-ney,
ney, WDeVa-ney, R. J. Evansi W. D. Eminisor, M.
P. Frink, W. J. Folks, L. D. Geiger,
W. A. Hammond, ,W. E. McGahagin,
C. Milligan, J. C. -Mathews W. -'72.
Martin, B. H. NcrrR C. C.Vriesr, II.
R. Shaw, John Pasteur, W. T, Shuuie Shuuie-worth,
worth, Shuuie-worth, J. C. Trarthari, A; C. White,
I.' P. Stevens, L. Id. Graham, P. L.
Durisoe, R. P. Hampton, F. E. Harris,
J. D. Mixson and J. D. Coshow.
Minutes of last x..eeting read and
adopted.
Comrades" L. W. Graham, R. A.
Carlton and John Pasteur were ap appointed
pointed appointed a committee to v. rite our late
Comrade W. J. Slogan's memorial.
The following resolution was pass
ed:
Headquarters Marion Camp No. 56
"Ocala, Fla., June 3rd. 1921.
"The members of Ma :-ion Camp, U.
C. V., learn with prcf oar. d sorrow of
the accident thaV has befallen its be-
ovd comrade, Col. John M. Martin,
and express tj? iv i that he may
soon be restored io "health and be able
to again resum-; hi v place amongst us
so that this camp aiay have the ben
efit of his counsel and be cheered by
his presence and words of wisdom.
"Dear Comrade: In conveying this
note of sympathy to you this commit
tee by the camp desires to stress the
camp's token of love and veneration
in which you are held by it and is
moved to say that it is cheered in the
hope that the fortitude and courage
you have so often displayed will
strengthen- and be and ever present
help to you in your convalescent hours
and that your chair will not be long
vacant.
"Fraternaly submitted,
' "W. E. McGahagin,-
. "Frank Harris,
r "Alfred Ayer,
"Committee."
At noon the camp marched in a
body to the Ocala House to enjoy a
fine, dinner that Dickison Chapter, U.
D. C, had prepared in honor of Jef
ferson- Davis' birthday, which they
never fail, to commemorate.
After dinner Rev. J. J. Neighbour
made a fine address. Col. Frank Har Harris
ris Harris and Alfred Ayer also made short
addresses. Everyone enjoyed 'the
good 'dinner and went home happy.
Alfred Ayer, Adjutant.
HARTRIDGE EXONERATED
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, June 6 John E. Hart-
ridge, Jr.y a local attorney charged
with forming the name of a detained
government witness to a check, was
exonerated today. United States Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Noble dismissed the case
on the ground that the governmetn
was unable to produce any evidence
showing or pretending to show that
Hardridge was guilty of any offense.
JO BE SOLD AT AUCTION
JUNE TWENTY-SEVEN
(Associated Press) t'
Washington, June 6. The director
of sales of the war department an announced
nounced announced today that the government
owned buildings aiTd improvements
at Camp Johnston, Jacksonville, will
be seld at nublic auction June 27th.
Hot Boston Baked Beans and Bos Boston
ton Boston Brown Bread at Carter's Bakery.
This is a- Studebaker year. tf

Fort Myers Here This Afternoon
and Tuesday and 0ala Will Play
in Winter Garden Thursday
The fast Fort Myers team will play
Ocala two games, today and tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, June 6th and 7th, of the home
diamond. Fort Myers is on a long
road trip, having been down the East
Coast as far as Miami and up as high
as Jacksonville. They have won a
big majority of their games and are
reputed to have one of the fastest
bail teams in the state. Ocala doesn't
worry about that for we feel that we
hnve the stuff to slow them down and
make their percentage run a little
lower after these two games. They
play here on a $60 guarantee and get
60 per cent of the gate receipts if
they win and 40 per cent if they lose.
We must have at least a $75 crowd
each game to pay war tax, buy base baseballs
balls baseballs and pay Fort Myers. Be one of
the 150 on hand to make good out out-promise
promise out-promise to Fort Myers. The crowd
won the last game from Tarpon
Spiings by their timely and enthus enthus-'.z:
'.z: enthus-'.z: Li: rooting. Let's keep that sort of
thing up. It puts the life and pep in
the team and it makes you enjoy the
game more yourself. A game full of
life and noise sends you home feeling
better than one that has been slow
rtd quiet and restful. You can rest
at home. When you come to the ball
game' come there with the intention
of working hard for the home team.
Ocala Will Play in Winter Garden
Thursday
The manager of the Tarpon team
tells us that Winter Garden has a
team that was harder to beat than
our team and. that he believes they
can lick us. We are going down
there Thursday of this week. We are
to pay our own expenses down there

and they get al lthe gate receipts and
then they will give us a return game
in Ocala on the same terms. We
want to make our trip down tliere as
inexpensive as we can so that we can
make some money when they give us
a return garner A suggestion has been
made that a crowd be gotten up to
go with the team and that tthe cars
take the team with them. In order to
give the team time to rest a little and
stretch their legs before the game,
they ought to leave Ocala, about 8:30
or 9 o'clock in the morning. Winter
Garden is about 74 miles from Ocala.
The road is in excellent shape below
Marion county with the exception of
two "miles or a little more in the Oak Oakland
land Oakland neighborhood. It' is only about
a three-hour drive from Ocala at a
25-mile gait. Make your plans to at attend
tend attend the game and take some of the
team in the car with you. Several
fans have already signified 'their in intention
tention intention of making the trip. Let's
make the crowd a large one. See
Jake if you can go.
STATE TAX IS AN
ALLOWABLE DEDUCTION
(Associated Press
Washington, June 6. Estate tax is
an allowable deduction from the in income
come income of an estate in computing net
income, the supreme court ruled to today.
day. today. The court reaffirmed the decis decision
ion decision of the court of claims in the case
brought by the executors of the Alan
H. Woodward estate in Alabama,
which held the government erred in
refusing to approve such deduction
from that estate's income for 1918.
BETTER IDEA THAN BORAH'S
(Associated Press)
Washington, June 6. As a substi substitute
tute substitute for the Borah amendment to the
naval appropriation bill, the House
foreign affairs committee reported to
day a joint resolution concurring in
the "declared nurDose" of President
Harding to call an international con
ference to limit armaments.
AQUATIC CARNIVAL
AT PENSACOLA
Pensacola, June 6. Pensacola's
bathing suit parade which for sever
al weeks has been heralded as an oc
casion upon which local merchants
would display, with living models the
newest designs in bathing apparel,
has been converted into an acquatic
carnival. ; The event will take place
June 10. The parade will be a feature
of .the carnival, which will be enliven enlivened
ed enlivened by swimming and diving contests,
canoe and boat race? and other sports.
This 'is a Studebaker year. tf

Since September 15, Last, Have Foot-

ed Up Over Fifty-Four Thou Thousand
sand Thousand Carloads
Ass"cia(ed Press)
Tampa,- June 6. Fruit and vege vegetables
tables vegetables shipped from Florida since
September 16th last, totalled 54,889
cars, according to statistics published
i i i.i :il vft eir
cars.
TWO PUGS WILL TUSSLE
(Associated Press)
Harrison, N. J June 6. Benny
Leonard, world's lightweight cham champion,
pion, champion, will defend his title here tonight
against Rocky Kansas of Buffalo in
a 12-round, no-decision bout.
SECRETARIES MEETING
IN THE ANCIENT CITY
v (Associated Press) v
St. Augustine, June 6. The Florida
Commercial Secretaries Association,
composed of secretaries of chambers
of commerce and boards of trade, be began
gan began a two-days annual convention
here today with about sixty delegates
attending. An elaborate entertain entertainment
ment entertainment program has been arranged by
local civic bodies.
BRYANT FOUND GUILTY;
RECOMMENDED TO MERCY
Orlando, June 5. A jury trying
John R. Bryant for the murder of his
father, George H. Bryant, returned a
verditc of guilty late yesterday, with
recommendation to mercy. Judee
Andrews announced he would pass
sentence Monday.
Bryant, shortly after hearing the
verdict, asked that the local authori authorities
ties authorities assist in getting his wife back to
her people. "I am greatly -interested
in my wife and baby," he said. "I
have acted the man all the time. My
record in the army will show I did my
part 'over there.'
Judge Andrews stated that the
charge against Mrs. Bryant would not
be quashed until it was- definitely
ascertained whether Bryant' would ap
peal hiscase.
IIARDINGS ARE BACK
: IN THE WHITE HOUSE
; (Associated Press)
Washington, June 6. President
Harding returned to the White House
at 12:43 today from a week-end motor
trip to Valley Forge, Pa.
SERVICE OF SUPPLY
, WILL CELEBRATE
If it is humanly possible Major
General H. L. Rogers, the quarter quartermaster
master quartermaster general of the army, will get
together in the larger centers thruout
the United States all the 8500 officers
of the quartermaster reserve corps on
June 16 next to celebrate the 146th
anniversary of the birthday of the
corps. Invitations are going out to
them-from-Washington for a series
of birthday dinners which will stretch
around the globe from Coblenz to
China, in honor of ,the event.
During the war 15,000 civilians
were commissioned as officers in the
quartermaster corps, of whom nearly
60 per cent joined the reserve on their
discharge. As a rule they were the
younger business men of the country,
and heads of departments in large
firms and factories. The army pro proposes
poses proposes to keep them in touch with mil military
itary military affairs by including them in all
its gatherings and jollifications.
Every large city in the United
States will have a dinner of its own,
and there is a regular or reserve of officer
ficer officer in each place in charge of get getting
ting getting together the reesrvists. Mes Messages
sages Messages by cable, wire and radio will be
exchanged among the diners, and
General Rogers' address will be read
wherever his former officers gather.
"We sincerely hope," said General
Rogers, "that as many quartermaster
reserve officers as possible in all parts
of the country will attend these anni
versary dinners, and we want them to
wear the uniform of their- reserve
grade. Each officer should select the
most convenient place near his home,
and get in touch with the person who
is arranging the celebration."
Beautiful "Gifts for Graduates" at
THE BOOK SHOP. 4-2t
Genuine Mary Jane "KEDS" reduc
ed to $2.35 at.FISHEL'S. 2-3t

I'
Hundred and Seventy-Fire Railroads

Make a Stiff Demand Before
the Labor Board
t Associated Press)
Chicago, June 6. One hundred and
seventy-five railroads today petition petitioned
ed petitioned the railroad labor board for a re-
. duction in wages of one or more
-l l r i
classes oi ineir employes, equal to
mat given any otner railroad by the
board's decision effective July 1st.
NO EXTRA PAY FOR OVERTIME
Exert pay for overtime and uni uniform
form uniform wages for the same classes of
railroad employes- over the entire
country were denounced and their
abolition demanded by 175 railroads
before fe railroad labor board today.
CATHCART IS OUT
AND GEROW IS IN
: Jacksonville, June 5. James M.
Cathcart, who retired as federal col collector
lector collector of internal revenue for Florida
yesterday, was presented with a gold
watch, chain and knife by the mem members
bers members of his department .Mr. Cathcart,
formerly a well known newspaperman
in the state, recently resigned, saying
he wanted to "fall with his party."
His successor, Dan F. Gerow, will
assume his duties today. He served
eight years as postmaster of Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Both Mr. Cathcart and Mr. Gerow
made talks to the employes gathered
in the federal building in the nature
of a farewell send-off to the retiring
head.
Mr. Cathcart expressed his appre appreciation
ciation appreciation of the co-pperation from those
who served under his administration,
and quoted verses to emphasize the
high regard in which they were held.
Mr. Gerow said that he would fol follow
low follow the usual custom in giving short
time commissions to those of the old
regime, and added that those who did
the "best work would stay longest."
"Mr. Cathcart plans to. shortly enter
upon his duties as vice president of
the Blackstone Institute in Chicago.
He will also be general manager for
the state of Florida for the institute.
BRITISH WILL DEMAND
SLACKER BERG DOLL
Canadian Veterans Join the American
Legion in Trying to Round
Up the Coward'
- (New York Tribune)
Washington, June 4. The eventual
return to this country of G; C. Berg Berg-doll,
doll, Berg-doll, the Philadelphia fugitive draft
dodger, to serve out the balance of his
term as a military prisoner, is ex expected
pected expected by the war department to be
accompanied through the British gov government.
ernment. government. Information has reached this gov government
ernment government that the London foreign of office
fice office has interested itself in the Berg Berg-doll
doll Berg-doll casq, and it is likely that his ex extradition
tradition extradition from Germany to British
territory, and thence to Canada may
be accomplished through negotiations
that are now understood to be under
way. Once in Canada it is believed
that it would not be difficult to have
Bei-gdoll sent across the border and
into the hands of army officials.
The negotiations under way with
the British government to obtain ex extradition,
tradition, extradition, on the grounds of abusing
passport privileges, were initiated
several weeks ago. The American
Legion has co-operated in this move movement
ment movement by enlisting the aid of the Vet Veterans'
erans' Veterans' Organization in Canada, which
in turn pressed the dominion govern government
ment government to intervene. A communication
from -the Canadian veterans May 22
said: 'It is not yet clear what action
can be taken through the Canadian
government, but if we can be of any
service to you our co-operation may
be relied upon."
General Peyton C. Marsh, former
chief of staff, divulged to the con
gressional committee investigating
Bergdoll's escape. May 9, the diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic steps being taken to obtain
Bergdoll's extradition. He said the
government had decided "to get Berg Berg-doll
doll Berg-doll at any price." It was brought out
that if the negotiations through Great
Britain were unavailing the slacker's
extradition would be demanded by the
United States direct as soon as peace
has been declared with Germany;
head our ad. on page 61 Saturday
Evening Post. Ceng's Drug Store. 4t
666 cures Dengue Fever Adr.

Reparations Com mission Mde- an
Unwise Offer to the Council
of Ambassadors

(Auocl&ted Press)
Paris, June 6. The reparations
commission has presented to the conn
ed of ambassadors that proposal that
the commission be authorized to refer
w neutral arbitration all questions
, upon which it is unable to am.
j
FIRE BURNED
A HOLE IN PITTSBURG
Of Undetermined Origin, It Cost the the-Town
Town the-Town Near a Million
Dollars
(Associated Press)
Pittsburgh, June 6. Fire of unde undetermined
termined undetermined origin starting in a down
town office building early today was
brought under control at 3 o'clock
after the entire fire department of the
city had been called out. No loss of
life has been reported but the damage
is estimated at between $500,000 and
$1,000,000.
MISS LANCASTER'S RECITAL
The spring recital of Miss Lancas Lancaster's
ter's Lancaster's music students will be given at
her studio of music on Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, Thursday afternoon' at 4 o'clock.
ANTHONY AND CITRA CROSSED
BATS SATURDAY AFTERNOON
Citra put the skids under the An Anthony
thony Anthony team in the eighth and ninth
innings Saturday afternoon and won
by a score of 5 to 2. The first eight
innings of the game were as close and
good as big league .stuff, but Strick Strickland,
land, Strickland, pitching for Anthony, weakened
in the eighth and the Citra boys
romped on him for five hits and five
runs in those two unlucky innings.
The game was a fast one featured
with few hits or errors and boasting
three double plays. Harold Smith hit
a long drive to center field that would
have been good for three bases for
mo tsany player, but Harold was so
fast on his feet that he stretched it
to a home run. Williams of Citra
drove a long one for three bases butx
failed to touch second and was called
out, so only got credit for a single.
ConnelL a 15-year-old boy, got a clean
three-bagger. The boys plays jam-up
shortstop and in the -course of a year
or so to mature him, will make a
great ball player. He is a son of
Uncle Bob ConnelL who umpires ball
games for us all over the county. 1
An unusual play occurred in the
first inning. Dutton came to bat and
hit a Texas leagues over the second
sack that the center fielder for Citra
handled on the first hop and threw so
quickly to first that Dunton was
caught out on what in almost every
case is a safe hit. Quite often so ap
parently a safe hit to right field is
fielded and the runner caught at first
but it is an unusual thing to see the
play made from center field.
The Box Score
Citra ABRI1POAE
Ergles, c 4 118 10
Driver, ss ;..4 0 0 1 1 0
Mickler, 2nd 4.0
Williams, p 4 1
0
2
1
1
0
2
0
0
1
1
3
10
0
1
0
2
1
1
2
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
Roberts, 3rd-lf ....4 1
Pape, 1st 4 1
Johnson, rf .4 0
Simmons, cf ......4 1
Tompkins, If 2 0
Brooks, 3rd 1 0
, 35 5 7 27 8 4
Anthony ABRHPOAE
Dunton, c ..4 0 0 9 0 0
Cole 1st ...5 0 2 10 0 C
Brown, If ..5 0 1 2 0 0
Strickland, p 4 0 113 0
Smith, 2nd ........4 1 2 2 4 0
Connell, ss .4 1 12 1 0
Stewart, 3rd 3 0 1 0 0 2
Fielding, rf 4 0 0 0 0 0
Hooks, cf 3 0 0 1 0 0
' 36 2 8 27 8 4
Score by innings:
Citra 000 000 0325
Anthony 000 100 0102
Summary: Home run. Smith; three three-baggers.
baggers. three-baggers. Smith, Connell; two-baggers,
Ergles; walked by Williams, 1; hit by
pitcher, Williams, 1; sacrifice hits,
Dunton; stolen bases. Cole, 2, Hooks,'
2, Connell, Stewart, Driver, Roberts;
double plays, Connell to Cole, Strick Strickland
land Strickland to Smith to Cole, Brooks to
Mickler. Time, two hours. Umpire,
ConnelL Scores, I T. Izlar.



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Our state senate has begun to think

it i3 the Florida House of Lords.
j

Luke McLuke has crossed the river.
We are sorry also, that he didn't

take Mutt and Jeff with him.

and unsophisticated men are usually

the victims of the wildcatter, who

never approaches an experienced bus

iness man, who would show him the
door and perhaps fill the bosom of his I

trousers with shoe leather. Punta

Gorda Herald.

If the papers of the state did their

full duty, peddlers of phony stock

and other snakes in the grass couldn't ;

exist.

Ahr said Franklin. -If you cat

one another I don'c see why we may
not eat you r
So Franklin dined upon the flab

! very heartily, and thereafter ate what

and aide-de-camp to two governors of 4 others ate. When telling this story

South Carolina Heyward and Green, j Franklin ended with an observation

It is thus shown that Mr. Harvey has nic& atrxiDutea iauey-
a ..hj 1 rand, but which we are assured was a

1 n my

in

than many who wear it. Clearwater

Sun.

He is about as much of a soldier an

a diplomat.

familiar Joke with Franklin. This

j was:
i "So convenient

a thing It Is to be

a reasonable creature, sine It en-

I ables one to find or make a reason

The Palm Beach Post of Sunday,

under a facsimile of Joe Earman's

genial features says;

'West Palm Beach resident retires

from office as president of the State

Board of Health today. To Mr. Ear-

man goes the credit of having

brought the health organization out
of. chaos into one of, which the state

is justly proud. He saved the state
$100,000 and he brought the state lab

oratory to West Palm Beach. Mr.

Earman took office on July 16, 1919,

on which date a constructive policy

for the board was started. With a

big balance to the board's credit the

board, at the recommendation of Mr.

Earman, urged a decrease in the tax

millage for health purposes, this
achievement being the only one of its

kind on record in Florida."

That fourteen-year-old girl of Ar

kansas who went out into the street
to shoot a man who looked into hew
window must have thought" the blood
would splash and spoil her curtains.
Times-Union.

In this country, it has always been

unwritten law that a man who looked

into a woman's bedroom while she was

in it deserved to be shot.

t for everything one has a mind to do!"

The race trouble in Tulsa seems

the result of the opposing meanness
of the worst elements of both white

and colored, and now the better ele element
ment element must pay for the damage. As

Tulsa is a town where white and

black, north, south and west meet, the
riot cannot logically be charged

against any section.

Financial paper asks, ; "What be

comes of profits?" We should worry.

We haven't any.

So many wise and witty things in
the Marion Star that we wonder if it

doesn't use canned editorials.

The Star has reecived from the war

department slacker lists for Calhoun,

Lafayette and Santa Rosa counties.

There is not on them the name of any
Marion county man, and they, are not
of sufficient interest to our people to

publish. When the Marion county

list arrives, it will be printed. We

Carpentier should wear a German

helmet while fighting Dempsey. It

might frighten Jack into an uncon unconscious
scious unconscious state. Detroit Journal.

German helmet would fit Dempsey

and cause Carpentier to go thru him
like a bayonet.

Persian Bread Has Many U

. At Kasvin. Persia, a British patrol
base, we were lodged In empty wards

of the military hospital, writes Mary
E. Griscom In Asia Magazine. Our
provisions had almost riven out by
this time, and rve were reduced to
Persian stone bread. So far as I
know, only the coconut and the bam bamboo
boo bamboo serve more purposes than the
flaps of Persian bread, which are
about two feet long, one foot wide
and a quarter of an inch thick. If it
is raining, the Persians use them on
their heads as umbrellas; and if It to
sunny, as parasols ; In winter, they
wrap the flaps around their shoulder.
If they do not need them for protec protection
tion protection they roll them up and carry
them under their arms. In the hos hospitals
pitals hospitals they spread them eat on empty
beds to dry.

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OCALA - FLORIDA

Speaking about newspaper heads,

why do headline architects write so

many of thefr captions in the present

are going to print it in justice to tnejtensei M early all of them are over
real men who fought and won the I articles or items that describe events

Italy's trouble now is less with, the

black hand than it is with the idle

hand. Columbia Record.;
Same way, in'America.

that have happened or are expected to
happen.

By the time Mr. Catts gets through

hiring lawyers to defend him he is

going to find out that the .wages of

sin is debt. Tampa Tribune.
Pretty good paraphrase.

j war. li any such nas ms name on

I the list by mistake, his comrades and

the Star will soon secure him justice.

And right here, we wish to say that I German nerve again is made evi

we dont believe the war department j dent in the request that the United

wants to do injustice to any man. I States return Hun ships seized in

American ports during the war. The

State Superintendent of Education I insufferable assurance of the Teuton

W. N. Sheats writes a warm letter to I is due for another rebuff, and rightly,

County, Superintendent SheppanL'of I tool Jacksonville Metropolis

Twice the world has been free of

racial hatred: when Adam was a

young fellow, and when Noah came

out of the ark. Washington Herald.

We are not so certain about the last

event.

Volusia defending him from attack by

critics for being in Tallahassee so
much the past two months. He says

in it: "I know what you were doing

and I approve. of your being here."

Don't you be too sure.

Rube Allyn, editor and publisher of

the Florida Fisherman, a monthly
magazine, has purchased the plant of

Perhaps if Mr. Sheats would tell the la weekly newspaper and in future will

rest of us what he was doiner there. I issue the Fisherman at.Ruskin. The

to ap-

The great need of the country just
as present is something to make hoes

as attractive as hose. Marion Star.

Easy; to make hoes attractive as

soon as it is found out how to put

something pretty in them.

all likewise might be able

prove. Tampa Tribune.

Does any ordinary citizen know

what the educational department of

Florida is doing?

magazine heretofore has been pub

lished in St. Petersburg. Here's hop
ing Rube success.

The Tampa Tribune clamors to

know who helped Catts issue all those

pardons. The Star had a right smart
correspondence with members of the

It is the Star's opinion that it is

to tax the people to make up a deficit Pardoning board last year, and some

caused by a government merchant P"f information rrom peo

marine that can't make its own ex

The Ocala Star, speaking of Sena

tor Hulley's filibuster, headlines it:
"His Tires Blew Out." But it seemed

more to us like something went

wrong with his exhaust. Tampa Tri

bune.
Didn't know he could be exhausted.

penses.

If the late Prince Otto Bismarck is

conscious of the affairs of this old

world of ours, it must strike him that
the AJlies aren't any great shakes as
indemnity collectors. Marion Star.
Can't anybody collect from a dead
beat. .'

Following the Herald's lead, a num number
ber number of papers over the state are
warning their readers against ped peddlers
dlers peddlers of "phony" stock. Some of these
gentry have been operating in Char Charlotte
lotte Charlotte county and have been successful
in unloading their gilded paper on
local' people. One outfit, we notice,
made itself conspicuous by its ad-

MICKIE SAYS

pie close .to the throne, and it figured

out that Attorney General Swearin

gen was much opposed to pardons

and Controller Amos even more; and
that Secretary Crawford was so kind kind-hearted
hearted kind-hearted he would be likely to vote for
the pardon of the murderer of one of
his own children if said murderer
could put up a sufficiently pitiful wail.

CAREERS FOR YOUNG BRITONS

VJUfcV NOfe UIMGSN M40

VJfcKTT Ps. GOOD STVNOtf OOWf

uowrc all ova tbN

tu ewewesv out vpx vow wuq

A NET SOME. BttHeSSVAEU

ARE. PEEVED BECUi:

Jas. S. Hastings (Luke McLuke)
widely known as a newspaper man
and humorist, died Friday night at a
Cincinnati hospital. He was 52 years
of age, and is survived by a widow
and four children. For a number of
years, Mr. Hastings was one of' the
brightest paragraphers in America,
but for the last year or two his work
had begun to deteriorate. This has
been the case with every humorist who
tried to fill a regular amount of space
each- day. .It invariably breaks them
down.

Sale of government property at
Camp Johnston will begin about June
25, according to an announcement by
military authorities.' D.. B.' Traxler of
Greenville, S. C, the auctioneer who
will have charge of the sale, is in
Washington to obtain a detailed list
of the buildings and other property to
be disposed of. Many of the struc structures
tures structures at the camp, which occupies the
state camp site at Black Point, will be
turned over to the state for use by
the National Guard of Florida.

President Harding is showing much

moreability than either party credit credited
ed credited him with. A great man, never
playing to the galleries, people made
the too-often mistake of devotion to
duty for dullness.

Compared With Opportunities in Aiwr

lea They May Be Said to Be
. Decidedly Limited.

Here in America we are quite like likely
ly likely te take for granted that If a man
has a good education, then his finding

of an opportunity to apply It profit

ably la a comparatively simple matter.
Certainly our whole educational pro

gram, and especially eur whole line
of educational appeal and propaganda,
will have to be changed the moment
that assumption is no, longer to be
made. Whiting; Williams writes in
Scunner's. "Equip yourself,' Youfig

America, and the country's yours I". we

aay In effect to our youth whether In

school r at work.

In Britain there is much testimony

to the effect that that assumption Is

not thus te be made.

Unless they spend additional years

training for medicine, the law, or oth

er of the professions, graduates of the
universities must pretty much expect
to find berths in the civil service. The
exams for that are extremely difficult
Tnese who come out of them with
marks at the top of the list get the

best of the positions in the most Im

portant departments at home. They
next go oat to India or other provinces,
while these below them take the sec second
ond second trade of the places here and

so on.

Tiie pay starts at about 300 (noral

nally S1J500, and considerably more in

buying power), with gradual yearly in

creases np to a certain maximum and

a pension.

TAUGHT LESSON BY HUNGER

The Post Publishing Company,
publisher of the Palm Beach Post and
the South Florida Developer, has pur purchased
chased purchased for $37,500 a lot on Datura
street, West Palm Beach, upon which
will be built one of the most modern
newspaper plants in the southeast.
The lot, between Olive and Poinsettia
streets, has a frontage of 75 feet on

Up the Flowery' Mountain.
Every year thousands of Chinese
pilgrims risk their lives in climbing
up the side of Hwa-Sban. the Flow Flowery
ery Flowery mountain, which is sacred to the
Taoist religion. Any one reaching the
temple far above is supposed to have

any request eranted as a reward for

valor and endurance. Die Hwa-Shan

mountain is over 6,000 feet high, and

the ascent in many places mutt be
made along a narrow ledge of branches
laid on posts driven horizontally Into

the. face of the precipice. There are
no handrails; but a chain held on a
rock face offers some security to tte
ascending or descending pilgrim.

J I
The
RUSSELL
BLUNT
A HAND MADE PRODUCT
OF QUALFIY
Will be ready for distribution
Monday June 6. This Cigar is
guaranteed to be n ade with
Havana filler in fact to be
the old timfri NickU Cgar back
again. All dealers .will
handle the "RUSSELL BLUNT'
we aie sure.
B.F: RUSSELL
' Manufacturer
120 S. MAIN ST. OCALA, FLA.

Entrance Must Have Made "Hit.
One Sunday morning a crowd was

standing on the depot platform,

short distance from our home, waiting

for an excursion train. The night be before
fore before we. had hung cart In around the

broad front porch, and were sleeping
out there on our steel-winged cot. as

It was very warm. I was sleeping

close to the edge and when my wife

got up rather suddenly ever went the
cot and I rolled out onto the lawn,
clad only in my nightshirt, in. plain
view of the waiting crowd.

I didn't go with my wife to meet the
returning excursion that evening. Exchange.-

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SERVICE

QUALITY

Two Methods.
"Now that you are earning a bigger
salary," said the wife with social am ambitions,
bitions, ambitions, "surely we can afford a big bigger
ger bigger flat?"
But the husband was a man of sim simple
ple simple tastes.
"We're very comfortable here," he
ald. "But If you like we'll ask the
landlord to raise the rent." Tit-Bits.

KEEP TO THE STRAIGHT PATH

Aimless Explorations on Life's Jour

ney Mean the Squandering ef
Time and Energy.

No matter what the way Is in lift
you must keep on going to get some somewhere.
where. somewhere. The greater the delights of
the way, the slower will be the
progress. The bee that, sips from
every flower may be a long time col collecting
lecting collecting his, load of honey. The wise
bee goes straight to the honey flowers

and to the place of their greatest

abundance. The child that loiters by

the road side is usually chlded when
he reaches the Journey' end. Tea
may escape the chiding, but : nature

and time will charge you with delin delinquency.
quency. delinquency. To be abreast of your abil ability
ity ability you must keep on going. Put your
head to work and your feet will carry
you In the right direction, and reg regulate
ulate regulate your conduct when you reach the
goel. There is too much at stake
to squander time and energy on aim aimless
less aimless explorations. Learn what your
goal in life is to be and then see to
It that you make every ounce of en energy
ergy energy contribute towards it realiza realization.
tion. realization. Chart your life and the course
It should follow and then make every
day bring you nearer to the desired
achievement. Tou are bound to suc succeed
ceed succeed if you learn how to pass the
dividing ef the ways. Grit,

Crescent (u Grocery
PAY CASH m coopo,ss PAY LESS
SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY
13 lbs. Gianalated Sugar $1.00
. Not over $2 worth to a customer
1 lb. can Red Salmon ; .9

OPPOSITE EO. MacKAY & CO'S. STORE

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Geo. Hay 2. Co.
? Ocala. Fla.
HARDWARE,
HIGH GRADE PAINT

Story of How Franklin Waa

Convert ad to the Idea of Fish
a Human Food.

One day Benjamin Franklin James
Part en tells us In his "Life of Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin Franklin" was en a sloop
which was becalmed on a certain
Island. The sailors, as is still the cus custom
tom custom when a ship Is becalmed, amused
themselves by fishing. Franklin wit witnessed
nessed witnessed the catching of the fish with
regret. But soon there came to tanta tantalise
lise tantalise hi nostrils a most alluring odor
frem the. zrytna: oaa... Se.. as Franklin

"Robinson Crusoe's" Mwekei.
The musket said to have been giv given
en given to Alexander Selkirk when he waa
put ashore on the island ef Juan Fer
nandez. 400 miles off the Chilean coast
has been going the round of Brltlai
museums.
It was Selkirk's adventures spea
which was based De f e's fameoa
story. "Itobinsou Crtoe." The mus musket
ket musket is inscribed -ith the name ef "A
Selkirk Largo, 1771." It was pur
chased by Randolph Berene fer. $&2&
but the owner has Insured it for S10
000.
Selkirk owned a tavern near Clap Clap-ham,
ham, Clap-ham, but died In 1728 at sea as a lieu lieutenant
tenant lieutenant aboard a naval vessel.

CLOTHES
ECONOMY
It is a simple matter to be well
dressed at a small dost if you knov?
how. Many garments cast aside owing
to soil or fade can by
Oof Dying and Cleaning.
be made seasonable again for months.
La-Donde Cleaning Co.
HARRY A STEIN, Prop.

Over Jirash Grocery Co.
PHONE 525

IF YOU'RE
SEARCHING
lor Expert Vulcanizing,
throw year Headlight
on car shop.- We are
Experts at tnls business
and our work is
G U A RAN TE E D

Df A1 CYT DDAC

aJU( aajvaA aVM
- VULCANIZING
Ocala House Block

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

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made cn all eon
tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

Let os furnish you with Danish

This is a Studebaker year. tf

L T. 1MB

EinsMFanLce
Ocala, Florida

Pastry the next time you give an aft

ernoon party. Nothing more suitable 1

for a light luncheon. Federal Bak Bakery.
ery. Bakery. 2-t

DAUuTiS; f.lARKET
Ptcae 519
111 W. Broadway

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OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, JUNE 6,1921

COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES

' K.

Present lines of new Buick six-cy linder

models will, be carried thru th e 1922

season.

Beginning June 1st the new series and
prices will be as follows, f.o.b. our territory

Model 22-44 Three Passanger Roadster
Model 22-45 Five Passenger Ton riug
Model 22-46 Three Passenger Coupe ;
Model 22-47 Five Passenger Sedan
Model 22-48 Four Passenger Coupe
Model 22-49 Seven Passenger Touring'
Model 22-50 Seven Passenger Sedan

Old Prices New Prices
$2025 $1700
$2025 $1740
' $2850 $2375
$3175 $2685
$3275 $2570
$2295 $1960
$3590 $2895

SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO
, - -r
See Dr.M.CIzlar

WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT. BUICK WILL bUILD THEM

mm

I
. &
(
$

is absolutely necessary for the proper
handling and finishing of your CLOTHES.
OUR PLANT IS MODERN EQUIPPED
Garments Dry Cleaned, brightens colors
keeps goods soft, and holds their shape

Phone

101

DRY" CLEANING DEPARTMENT
. .
Ocala Steam Laundry

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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-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 am NTork-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm SLPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcbx
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm A Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.

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 hlp 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

Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.

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

This is a Studebaker year.

tf

Genuine Mary Jane "KEDS" reduc reduced
ed reduced to $2.35 at FISHEIS. 2-3t

BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK

Ford Truck $200.00
White Truck 270.00
Overland Roadster 275.00
Real buys for cash. Terms if de desired.
sired. desired. Good tires, etc.
31-tf Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.

$1 VOILES reduced to 65 cents at
FISHEL'S. : 2-3t

Boy Scouts ol America
A. R. Cassil, Scoutmaster
Meets every Friday night at the
Library, at 8:30 o'clock. Visiting
Scouts are always welcome.

Meet me at. the Union Station
Restaurant for a regular family style
dinner Best dinner in the state for 75

cents. Eat and drink all you want.
Dinner 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. Owned
and operated by 100 Americans, tf

Of the Ocala High School at 8:30 this
Evening at the Temple
Theater
The following program will be ren rendered
dered rendered at the commencement exercises
at the Temple theater tonight:
Music.
Invocation by Rev. C. L. Collins.
Tenor solo.
Class salutatory by Marie Mathews.
Tenor solo.
Address to graduating class by
Prof. Joseph Roemer.

Violin duet.
Class valedictory by Annie Roouey.
Awarding of diplomas by Superin Superintendent
tendent Superintendent H- B. Shealy.'
Announcements.
Chorus.

SYNOPSIS OF THE
COMMENCEMENT SERMON

Following is a synopsis of the com commencement
mencement commencement sermon delivered in the
Temple theater Sunday morning by
Rev. J. J. Neighbour;
The text was taken from I. John
11:15: "I have written unto you,
young men, because you are strong."
A direct appeal of the strength, viril virility
ity virility and robustness of the young man manhood
hood manhood of that day.
This is a similar appeal to the
members of the class of 1921 of the
Ocala high school, and advises them
that the world expects of them a
worth while contribution of thought,
nervous energy and good, hard work
When the time comes the world want3
you to do the thing you can do, and it
wants you to do that thing to the very
best of your ability.
Life is like doing a day's work, or
writing a chapter in' a book! With
you the chapter has yet to be written;
your day's work is to be done. You
can write pretty much as you please.
To a large extent, you can do, during
your day's work, just what you wish
to do. That is human privilege.
Bring the strength of your young
manhood to bear upon some worth
while job, by which, if you accomplish
it, you will have rendered real serv service
ice service to your God and your fellow men.
A future three or four times longer
than the time you have already spent
is largely in your hands. Get in line
for a harvest of reward of virtue and
satisfaction, not one of regret, re remorse
morse remorse and conscience accusations.
This may you all, for you have the
advantage.
To serve best, know your strength
and how to direct it. Yours is a four fourfold
fold fourfold strength physical, mental, social
and spiritual.
I have written unto you young men,
because you are rtrong enough, if
need arose, to engage physical force;
because you are possessed of strong,
trained minds to work on the prob problems
lems problems of the-day; because' you are
strong enough to contribute material materially
ly materially to "the social world; and especially,
because you are strong enough to ap appreciate
preciate appreciate and choose and cultivate the
moralities and the spiritualities.
The world expects you to be strong
to resist the vices and strong to cul cultivate
tivate cultivate the virtues. And it has little
patience with him that shows fear
and weakness. Success is a spiritual
and moral thing. It cannot be seen or
handled. It is not only achievement,
but the achieving, the conscious abil ability
ity ability to achieve, and the ability to en enjoy
joy enjoy the success.
Would you succeed? Then do the
right.. Under all circumstances, no
matter how hard nor what the conse consequences.
quences. consequences. Let that become the regu regular
lar regular principle, controlling, guarding,
suggesting and helping you to decide
every question. Then, having done
the right, trust in God.
"Trust no party, school or faction,
Trust no leader in the fight,
But in every word and action
Trust in God and do the right."

75 TIRES

32x3 slightly used; off of new
cars, at $16 each. These tires are
guaranteed tires, standard makes, U.
Firestone, Goodyear; Goodrich and
Republic. AUTO SALES CO,
6t Phone 348. Mack Taylor.

Each week sees an increase in our
production of cinnamon rolls. Try
them and youH know the reason.
Federal Bakery. 2-t

Croesus Immense Wealth.
Croesus was king of Lydla In the
middle of the sixth century before
Chrift. and, while most of our men of
affluence besan in comparative pover poverty,
ty, poverty, he inherited riches gathered by a
long line of wealthy ancestors, each
of whom combined In his own person
financier, monopolist and king.
Croesus, who inherited a fortune
steadily Increasing through many gen generations,
erations, generations, had control of wide realms
of apiculture, rich mines and the
commerce of wealthy and populous
nations. If the monopoly of a single
industry can now produce hundreds
of millions in a single generation,
what could measure -the wealth com coming
ing coming from a monopoly of many Indus Industries
tries Industries for nearly two centuries?

In order to make room for our La Ladies'
dies' Ladies' midsummer HATS we are abso-

? lutely sacrificing our SPRING HATS.
FISHEL'S. 2-3t

ATTRACTIVE PRIjCES
Unetxlas and all 10c National Biscuit Co.'s crack crackers
ers crackers 8c, or 3 lor 22c All 20-cent packages
16c or 3 for 40 cents.
pvaporated Peaches, per pound 15c
Octagon Soap 8c; 3 for 20c
Export Borax Soap, per cake 5c
Grandma, Gold Dust and other washing Powders
per package 5c
Cherry Bell Flour a strictly first-class Kansas
hard wheat flour 12-lb. bags 80c24-pound
bags $1.55.
Very best Blue Rose Rice 4 pounds 25c
Lard Compound, 1 pound 15c; 2 pounds 25c
Pure Lard, per pound 20c; 2 pounds for 35c
Argo Starch, 3 for 25c; 1 dozen for 95c
Cloverbloom Butter..... 1 lb. 40c, 2 lbs. for 75c
Pure Sugar Cane Syrup in quart cans or bot bottles,
tles, bottles, 30c; pint 15c; drawn from barrel, per
gallon 75c
W. Baker's Cocoa, y2 pound 30c; 2 for 55c
W. Baker's Cooking Chocolate, -lb. cakes 25c
Our Delivery Service is at your command
if you trade with us.

FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163

I YOUNG-MEKKM CO.

CIVIL HVGREERS AND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida
Surveys Plats Reports

Highways Drainage Phosphate
' Captl Edward Dr& is associated
with ns and in charge of oar Phos
phate Mine and Plant Department.
:: Oltices. 33-34 Holder BIdg. Phone No. 543
') OCALA, FLORIDA

TiFC Prices deduced' i
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3 17 Aft 1
' old price $20.00, now $ll .UU :
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3, 1? Aft t
old price $17.60. now..... tfltMJ U I

6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear end, $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3.
DIXIE GARAGE
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
phone 258 West Broadway

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liAULING When you have trunks,
baggage or moving to do let I
Cordrey do it for you. Prompt serv service.
ice. service. Now, dont forget the phone
number 434. 6-4-lm

Just received a select line of auto
sponges and chamois skins at Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Phone 123. 7t
This is a Studebaker year. tf



ocala

tiG STAR, MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1921

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISE1ENTS

WANTED." LOST, FOUND, FOR
"sale, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE Genuine Porto Rieo 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
ner Sanchez street. l-6t-dh
WANTED Position by young worn
n as bookkeeper where .there is a
chance of advancement. Can also
use typewriter. Address Box 34,
city. 28-7t
WANTED To huy gentle horse suit
able for general farm work.
wm
kind of horse. Address Peter Wein-
pach, P. O. Box 481. Ocala, Fla. 6t
HEMSTITCHING, ETC. Besides
TnamHlYin. nmiT anil oaflnnjl nw I
ing machines, we do hemstitching
and picoting on short notice. Singer
Sewing Machine Company, 317 N.
Magnolia street. 27-tf
FOR SALE Good gas stove. Call
at 804 Alvarez street. :
4"U
T ACT i v. r j I
urwxu ouimay morn-1
: vi n.-:.i.s -i i 1 1
iuK uetween v,arisnan cnurcn ana
mo r i j I
j.vo viauge siicet. iicwaiu kj uuuer
by applying to Mr Harry Wikle. St
ua aALdCj uk jtKiMr House on
uxiawana avenue, inquire Mrs. u.
I. ureen, bUo UKiawana Ave. 30-6t
values. Come snon and spa thorn at
mv residence. 1109 East Fifth St..
Ocala, Fla. Phone 50 IX. 6-l-6t
Men's and boys' sun hats, overalls,
work shirts, khaki and pin check
pants. H. A. Waterman, The Haber
dasher. l-3t
POSITION WANTED Bookkeeper,
(male) thoroughly competent ac-
countant, desirous of settling in
r 1 li i ;xt- I
uca wyuia l rtcon"e W'L"
good firm. Box 340, Ocala.
LOST Key ring containing two keys
attached to belt hook. Return to
Star nflW. !Ut
FOR RENT A five-room cottage,
large yard, near high school. Ex
cellent neighbornood. South NmtHI
street, east. Abner Pooser. 4-tf
T.flST Plain nnon fapod Wnltliam
gold watch. Satisfactory reward
for return. W. S. Bullock, Ocala. 3t
FOR RENT Furnished summer cot-
tages on beautiful Lake Weir; reas-
n9Ma t Annlv tr J W : .Tom. I
by, Weirsdale, Fla.
5-6t
FOR SALE New Ford touring car
ior saie ai a oargain. Appiy 10
James Hall.
6-lt-
PROUD PRIVATE TIGGARD
Private A. Tiggard of the D. S
Marine corps Is the first enlisted man
to serve as President Harding's per
castn ci 1 a I ? a. TCTVi II a f-V TTamftntv vtaa
ovuai atuc. v v uxx v vuv aiaiuiuaa ncic
ut Pnlnt TcnhPl Tax nftr tha .Iaa.
tion, the car In which Mrs. Harding
ras rldimr collled with Private Tie
gard. knocking him down and Injur
ing him considerably. Mrs. Harding
was much Impressed with the young
mans personality and after she be-1
wxie misixess u. iue wane touse sue
transferred to. the presidential yacht.

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Naturally he was the proudest man on I weeks ago for an operation for ap ap-board
board ap-board when the President went to I pendicitis and his host of friends will

Hampton Koads to review the Atlan-
cic neet
On the Other Foot.
So the affair is on, eh? Afraid vou
couldn't support her In the style to
which she was accustomed, I suppose.
"Not at ail. it was the girl who was!
airaio. ooston lranscnpt.

OCALA OCCUnflEIlCES

If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
After a pleasant week's visit in the
city with his father, Mr. J. R. Moor
head and sister, Mrs. H. A. Davies,
Mr. Walter. Moorhead left Saturday
afternoon for Philadelphia, where he
is for the present stationed.
Hot Boston Baked Beans and Bos
ton Brown Bread at Carter's Bakery.
Mr. R. F. Simmons arrived in Ocala
Saturday afternoon from Georgia,' to
spend several weeks with his wife and
family.
Ladies' $5 HATS reduced to $3.50;
$4 and $4.50 HATS reduced to $2.98,
1 t Li 11 L. V II' n A-
Miss Meme Davis returned yester
day afternoon from a week's visit ia
Leesburg, the guest of Miss Elizabeth
Rn4 T t
Midsummer hats and unnrt. tints for
mountain or seashore, just received at
FISHEL'S. 2-3t
Mr. Norman Hornewill arrive in
Ocala Thursday to spend a few weeks
at. homo witVi Vlia mntfier f f anda I
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Hnma an1 familv hfi-ii-o emina, Tn I
N pwnnrt Npwj where ho will v-nter I
r
the R.' O. T. C. training camp for the
summer months.
Standard drugs and specialties,
promptly delivered. Phone 435. G.
C. Greene. 2-tf
Miss Bettv Yowe11 Ocala
sterday afternoon to spend a few
days with Miss Eloise Henry.
EVER WEAR HOSIERY, the best
ever and cheaper now, on sale at
FISHEL'S. 2-3t
Mis Elizabeth Hocfcer. a stndent at
Randolph-Macon College at Lynch-
hnr arrivoA n via Mti.v tn
... J j I
spend her summer vacation at home
her parents Ur and Mrs wm
Mflm Hocker and family.
GOODS SOLD AS
amv on pat T rn catttq TKoa
a reason. TRY US
Oil a t "i r'-! ri a r rr i tja, lum a mvi v a
FISHEL'S. 2-3t
When cotton is selling as cheap as
it did before the war everything is
bound to decline; buying only in small
luanies we are abvays able to give
you efit of tiiese declines and
vou will always find that we will sell
you as low as the lowest regardless of
sales. Try us. FISHEL'S, across
from Marion Hardware Co. 2-3t
Miss Carita Camp arrived in the
. SafamUv from Boston, where
h attends school and will spend the
summer at home with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp and
family.
The latter part of the week Mrs.
H. W. Henrv and two daughters.
Misses Eloise and Catherine will leave
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for Daytona Beach, where they will
o hnn n9rtv fmm OrlanHn
V' tnv Mr- TTprv ftrtin rs
chanerone.
A dainty little card received by the
editor of the Star today announces
the arrival at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Airman. June 3t of Will-
Jam A Jr Wpit 7 Twiimd.. Mr.
and Mrs. Altman are special friends
of the Star's editor, and he hopes the
hov will stow un to he iust like them,
Read our ad. on page 43 Saturday
Evenine Post. Gerie's Drue Store. 4t
Keep the hands and face soft with
ILASOL. 50 cents the bottle at I
Gerig's Drug Store.
Just received, shipment of THOM
SON'S GLOVE-FITTING CORSETS.
FISHEL'S. 2-3t
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Auxiliary of Grace Episco
pal church will be held Tuesday, aft
lemoon at 4:30 o'clock at the home of
I Mrs. p. x. Schreiber.
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" u 8raoKe Cigars wuy nui. ki
" 06811 Ior arcia ae uro iue
1 at all dealers. D-U
j Prescriptions correctly filled and
promptly delivered. Call 435. G. C
I Mr. w. u. ray ior is nome irom
I Jacksonville, where he went several
be elad to learn that he is reoovering
i ct0j;w
I Hot Boston Baked Beans and Bos-
I ton Brown Bread at Carter's Bakery
Read our ad. on Daee 61 Saturday
r,ni'no. Pnt nrir' ?tor it

DeFORD-KEIDEL

Many friends in Ocala will learn
with interest of the marriage last
week of Miss Daisy Keidel to Mr.
Louis L. DeFord of Newark, N. J. The
marriage ceremony took place in one
of the large churches at Waynesboro,
Pa and present were a few relatives.
The wedding was a quiet one on ac account
count account of mourning in the bride's fam-

ily. Mrs. DeFord as Miss Keidel has j sarfaCe of the water, and was flap flap-spent
spent flap-spent many winters in Ocala at the j ping Its hue wings, for all" the world

home of her sister, Mrs. Christian Ax.
She is an unusually attractive, bright
and charming woman and her fasci fascinating
nating fascinating personality won many friends
in "this city who will extend their con
gratulations and best wishes. Mr.
DeFord is prominent in the business
world of Newark, where he is connect
ed with' Wiss & Sons Co., a steel con concern
cern concern and is quite a successful business
man. I
Representatives Mayo and Hunter
have returnee! from Tallahassee and
are having to stand a lot of good good-natured
natured good-natured kidding from their constitu constituents
ents constituents as to why they did not bring
the capital with them. If the county
keeps on sending such men, they will
bg hoine the bacon .awhile
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Perkins have re
turned from a visit to Mrs. Perkins'
rother'Mrs Shephard, in Daytona
Mr TWr PV urhil-
lfrt Kai. in fV-nf P.rrv
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P?? J?1 ?.fi"fe!
cut off a painful but not a disabling
wound.
Mrs. F. H. Logan, daughter and son
have gone to Athens, Ohio, to spend
the summer with Mrs. Logan's
mother.
Matrimonial matters are looking
up. In the last few days Judge Futch
has sold licenses to the following
parties: T. Claude Jones and Miss
Miriam Yongue of Fairfield, M. J
Morey and Miss Ruth Yongue of
P- Of Meigs, Ua,
ana miss jnamie leucine nogan oi
Ocala. Henry L. Lengle of Coleman
j ,- t, i ., r T-i l p
n" M Mae meison OI "nKxori,
uei. vnas. xv. jonnson oi sparr ana
Miss Olea Maund of' Citra. Arthur
L. Moore of Winter Haven and Miss

PTTFAP ?A3lyra Arates of Ocala. The judge

I AT .1 .1 A 1
wcq uiree oi mese mainmoniat snois
himself-
Mr. Ben Rheinauer returned Sun-
da7 from a Peasant two weeks trip
to New York Cltv-
Mrs. H. ,G. Mathews 6f Orlando,
nee Miss Gertie Briganoe of this city,
is guest at the home of Mrs. James
ngesser. air. aiauiews accompanies
nls wue "caia Dy auiomoone ana
returned after a brief visit.
The Tuesday evening auction club
me lomorrow mm w,in Mrs
Mack Taylor.
For delicate skin, use our imported
castile soap, price 25c. at the Anti-
Monopoly Drug Store. Phone 123. 7t
Mrs- Anaerson jr. wm enter-
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"n Monday evening meeting of the
fnv-PA" dub at her home on Oklawaha

avenue tomorrpw, Tuesday, evening
I rm v i
xnere s no e-xira cnargt. ior ciean-
'm8 yur fi5h at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158
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Mrs- fearah ers of Memphis,
Tenn., is a visitor in the city, a guest
at he horae of her father-in-law, Col
Kogers.
I utue Misses riorence jones ana
Muriel Davis of Gainesville are the
Tw ox mury anepnaru, me prey
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Shep
hard.
Circuit court is again in session.
Civil cases only re being tried.
Miss Bernice Smith, a student of
Flora MacDonald College, at Red
Springs, N. G has returned home for
ruc " T
lb wilii ner parents, air. unit urs. w.
L. Smith at MarteL
Try some of our "New. Special
Vanilla Ice Cream. It's the talk of
the town. The Vogue. 6-lt
Read our ad. on page 43 Saturday
Evening Post. Gerig's Drug Store. 4t
Business location on west side pub public
lic public square. An opportunity seldom of offered.
fered. offered. Postoffice box 157. 6-lt
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Bright color Percales, 36 inches
Were 50c., now 19c, at FISHEL'S. 3t
All Garcia de Oro cigars wrapped in
tinfoil 10c. at all dealers. 5-tf
Beautiful "Gifts for Graduates" at
THE BOOK SHOP. 4-2t
Beautiful "Gifts for Graduates" at
THE BOOK SHOP. 4-2t

VULTURES ON THE GANGES

Scavenger Birds Perform Function
That Is in High Degree RepttL.
sive to Westerners.
On December 2. 1930, writes a
correspondent. I was in the vicinity
of the Massacre Ghat, of evil, repute
in the Mutiny, of 1857, and saw a
vulture over the Ganges. Hil scav
enger Lira was apparently on we
as li a small crocodile naa rnppea
its talons and was trying to drag It
under. Then I observed a white ob object
ject object come to the surface .momentarily
and bob under again." My interest
wa aroused at the stranfe proceed
ings which followed. The vulture
flapped Its wings as the weight of
the flotsam told on its strength. Again
the vhlte broke the surface snd.a
ft did so the hue bird, with fi:ly
opened wing, appeared to be using
Itself In the manner of a sail, ant?.
with the help of the breese, which
was hlowlnp. stirred Its prey out of
the mid-stream, flopping every now
and then, till at last It ran the white
ohjwt right up on a gently
slooine shelf of sand on the near
hank. By this time the air was thlrk
wlth birds, and no sooner had the
vulture m. question beached Its ean-
ture than a cluster df- like bird
swooped down, and the whole com
menced an orpy of feasting and light
Inz. The next day human skeleton
remained.
HABIT WAS STRONG ON HIM
Even Smith's, Werds of Wiadem Failetf
to Keep Jones' Attention
From .Wandering.
Smith and Jones were personal
friends, so one day Smith took a per
sonal friend's liberty and said to
Jones:
"You mustn't take offense If I speak
to you about something I have had on
my mind for some time Just a little
hajit of yours."
"Nobody has evef had the nerve to
tell you before," Smith continued In a
hesitating sort of voice, "and you are
such a splendid, noble fellow."
"Yes, yes," .answered Jones.
Smith cleared nis throat : then, with
great determination, launched out:
"You're one of those fellows who
never really know what is being said
te them ; you're always pursuing some
train of thought. Any one can, tell half
the time you are not listening by the
faraway look in your eyes. You've
offended a lot of people. Of course,
it's terribly rude, only you don't kaow
it. You mustn't any mora, old chap
putting his hand on Jones' shoulders.
"Promise me you'll not."
Jones was then obliged to face his
friend.-
"Just what were you saying 1" he
inquired In a faraway voice.
Is Your Hair Lena?
The fact that a person was wrongly
certified as Insane led to a discussion
the other day as to whether long
hair was a sign of Insanity, London
Answers states.
It was said that, although this was
no evidence of Insanity, it might prob
ably proof of eccentricity. Many
of our greatest geniuses have pos
sessed remarkable crops of hair.
It was once said that the love -of
music, or the possession of musical
talents, tended to increase the growth
of hair, and, 'Indeed, when one looks
round there are many Instances to
make this seem feasible.
A great man once made a statement
to tie effect that there was only a
thin dividing line between genius and
lunacy. So if long hair is a sign of
Insanity and genius and there Is only
a thin dlvldiug line between the two.
It behooves us to be very careful
how we treat long-haired, eccentric eccentric-looking
looking eccentric-looking individuals,, for fear they
Drove to be some one toe great to
risk offending.
Talping Rebellion 1S50-1MI.
What la known In history as the
Taiping rebellion was an insurrection
of a section of the Chinese which erlg
mated in 1850 and was not suppressed
until 1865. The rebels were under the
leadership of a man who declared
that he was divinely commissioned by
heaven to establish a universal peace,
though his real object was to over overthrow
throw overthrow the Manchurlan dynasty at Fe Fe-klng.
klng. Fe-klng. This rebel chief, the Detroit
News recalls, was named Hung Sluts-
uan. who began life u a village
schoolmaster. Branching out, be styled
himself the heavenly king and his
dynasty "Talping" or "Great Peace."
For a time the Insurrection was one
of formidable dimensions, but the reb rebels
els rebels were finally defeated, largely
through the assistance of British
troops, led by Gen. Charles Q- Gordon
(1333-18S5), thereafter popularly
known as "Chinese Gordon.
Health and Wealth.
"Dr. Pillars feems to be a fashion fashionable
able fashionable physician."
I should .4.v so! He has patients
at some of the most expensive health
;-esrts in America and a waiting-list
of people whose health will give way
as $on as they get money enough to
consult him." Hirtninghaia Age-Herald.
V
Meet me at the Union Station
Restaurant for a regular family style
dinner Best dinner in the state for T5
cents. Eat and drink all yon want.
Dinner 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. Owned
and operated by 100 Americana, tf

JOLLY LITTLE FOLKS' PARTY

Saturday afternoon at the home of t
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Shep-
hard, on Wenona street, little Miss j
Mary Shephard entertained about a j
dozen of her young friends in honor i
of her two guests, Florence Jones and
Muriel Davis, charming little ladies
from Gainesville.
All sorts of jolly games were en-
joyed. The principal one was pin-j
mng Peter rabbit s tail on. -Margaret i
Mkkle was the most successful at
this stunt and was awarded with a
paper doll and house set.
Just before farewell time' the hos-
less mower serveu ice cream, oilc
and candy to the guests. This was a i
very happy occasion and the lovely j
young hostess proved an admirable
entertainer.
NOTICE. MEMBERS OF
BUSINESS WOMAN'S CLUB
There will be a meeting of the
business and professional woman si
club tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock j
sharp. All members are urged to be
present.
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SKY-SCRAPING SOLONS
Tampa, June 5. State Senator Os Oscar
car Oscar M. Eaton, of Lakeland, and Chas.
M. Wall, of this city, arrived here by
airplane at 5 o'clock yesterday from
Tallahassee, making the trip in less
than five hours flying time. A stop
was made at Panasoffkee, after which
the party rested several hours before
resuming their flight. Senator Eaton
went from here to his home by train.
One of our young men, who has
been rather too much in trouble late lately,
ly, lately, came near having ( his life snuffed
out last night. He was out at Bessie
Lee's place, where he got into a row
and was put out of the house. He
tried to beat his way back in and
Bessie shot him in the arm with a
pistol. The bullet broke his arm. After
having the wound dressed, he left
town. In the melee. Bessie received
a heavy blow over the head with a
stick and is laid up for repairs. Too
much 'shine.
This is a Studebaker year. tf
BUSINESS SERVICE BUREAU
Stenography
Typewriting, Multigraphing,
Room 7, Merchants Block
PHONE 508,'OCALA. FLA.
Residence Phone 593 and 98
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
you any line in cosmetics that you
are looking for. Our cosmetician is
able to. give the very best in skin and
f scalp .treatment, manicuring, sham
pooing, 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
USED FORD CARS
One 1916 Ford Touring. ..... $275.00
One 1914. Ford Touring $175.00
One 1914 Ford Truck. $150.00
6t AUTO SALES CO,
Phone 348. Mack Taylor.
75 TIRES
32x3 slightly used; off of new
cars, at $16 -each. These tires are
guaranteed tires, standard makes. U.
S, Firestone. Goodyear, Goodrich and
Republic AUTO SALES CO,
6t Phone 348. Mack Taylor.
USED FORD CARS
One 1916 Ford Touring ..$275.00
One 1914 Ford Touring... $175.00
One 1914 Ford Truck........ $150.00
6t AUTO SALES CO,
Phone 348. Mack Taylor.'
LAST CALL
Graduation Gifts in Jewelry. Silver,
Leather, Ivory, Books, Cut Glass and
Stationery. THE BOOK SHOP. 2t
BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK
Ford Truck $200.00
White Truck 270X0
Overland Roadster 275.00
Real buys for cash. Terms if de desired.
sired. desired. Good tires, etc
31-tf Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
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KINDT'S MUSIC STORE

Pianos and Organs Phonographs end Records
Seeing Hsdines end SnppBes
Expert Repealing of Phonographs, Seising LlacUnes,
Organs end Pianos
Thank you for jeer petronase 3CS IL L1ACN0UA ST.

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Brighten
vozir home
Ma"-!
rr is so much easier v -.
keep your home bright -L-if
the woodwork, walls
and floors are attrao-
lively finished. The first
papering and painting
can't last forever it
needs renewing just as
do your draperies and
furnishings.
There are painters only too
e;lad to advise you as to what
It needed to Improve the In Interior
terior Interior of your home and to
do the actual work. It always
apays to do a thing well when
eou do k at all.
W Let us help you make your
borne bright and attractive.
.Years of experience have made
. us experts, A telephone call
wiU reccrve proGDpC tad sou
tcou ancsdaa v
CEO. llacKAY & COMPANY
Headquarters ior
GOOD PAINT
75 TIRES
32x3 slightly used; off of new
cars, at $16 each. These- tires are
guaranteed tires, standard makes, U.
S, Firestone. Goodyear. Goodrich and
Republic. AUTO SALES CO,
6t Phone 348. Mack Taylor.
LAST CALL
Graduation Gifts in Jewelry. Silver,
Leather, Ivory, Books,' Cut Glass and
Stationery. THE BOOK SHOP. 2t
S NOTICE OF SALE OF
SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS
At
Notice is hereby given that -?e
board of public instruction for Marfcm
county, Florida, will receive bids tp
to 3 o'clock
July 4 1921.
for the purchase of one or more of
the ten one thousand dollar bonds to be
issued by the Reddick Special Tax
School District No. 6, Marion county,
Florida, said bonds bearing five per
cent interest, payable semi-annually,
maturing as follows;
One bond due and payable July 1st.
1924.
One bond due and payable.July 1st,
1928.
One bond due and payable July 1st,
1932.
Three bonds due and payable July
1st, 1936.
Four bonds due and payable July
1st, 1940.
The board reserves the right to re reject
ject reject any and all bids. All eomunica
tions should be addressed to H. G.
Shealy, Ocala, Fla.
By order of the Board of Public
Instruction, Marion county. Fla.. this
4th day of May. 1921.
2-tf IL G. Shealy, Scy.
LIFE
FIRE
A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
- 'Oca In,. Florida
ACCIPICNT AUTOMOBILE
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You have often thought
you would have your
eyes examined
jrf-f- day Why dehy longer.
DR. K. J. WEI HE.
Optometrist and Optician'
Eresight Specialist
Boy Sconts of America
A. R. Cassil, Scoutmaster
Meets every Fiida night at the
Library, at 8:30 o'clock. Visiting
Scouts are always welcome.
Each week sees an increase in oar
production of cinnamon rolls. Try
them and youll know the reascn.
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