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OCALA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1921
STATE CF 01
PAEIIIilG UP THE
RUIHS OF PUEBLO
FOHT MYERS LOST
. ... t
TAMIL TRY TO
SAVE THE IPS
TAMPA LEG! POST
IS III OPEOATII
Porter Resolution to that Effect Will
Probably be Voted on in the
Washington, June 7. After a con conference
ference conference today with President Hard Harding,
ing, Harding, Representative Mondell, republi republican
can republican leader, said the Porter resolution
to terminate the "state of war would
be called up in the House Thursday
and be voted on Friday. ; ; ":
RELIEF FOR PUEBLO
- One million dollars would be made
immediately available for relief in
the flood district of Colorado under
resolutions introduced simultaneously
. today in the Senate aifd House by
Colorado members. -V:
." President Obregon's reply to the
American message setting worth the
conditions t upon which the United
States would consider recognition of
Mexico is expected to be discussed at
today's meeting' of President Hard Harding's
ing's Harding's cabinet." Meanwhile official com comment
ment comment on the reply is withheld by ad administration
ministration administration officers?
Formal announcement of a Mexican
policy is expected late today after
the cabinet meeting.
LEFT IT TO THEIR JUDGMENT
'The Jlouse sent the naval appro appropriation
priation appropriation bil lto conference today with-
out instructing its conferees how
they should vote on the Borah dis disarmament
armament disarmament amendment. 1,
FIRE IN PITTSBURG
(Associated Press) w
Pittsburg, June 7. Loss by fire
which partly wrecked the plant of the
McKeesport Tin Plate Co at Mc Mc-Keesport,
Keesport, Mc-Keesport, in the suburbs, late last
sight is estimated at nearly three mil million
lion million dollars. t The first started in the
box factory which was damaged
to the extent of $200,000.
A VETERAN ATTORNEY
RESUMES HIS PRACTICE
' (Associated Press)
Gainesville, June "7. Col. Robert
W. Davis, attorney, former member
of Congress and. for several years un until,
til, until, recently one of the editors of the
Gainesville Sun, has announced the
resumption of his' practice of law and
opened offices here. Col. Davis retired
from newspaper work several months
OKLAHOMA GOING AFTER
FOES OF LAW AND ORDER
Tulsa, June 7. -The first step to--'
ward prosecution of the alleged lead lead-lers
lers lead-lers of the race riots here last week
; with the cost of thirty-two lives was
takn today with the filing of charges
against K. B. Stratford, a negro, and
three other negroes,' none of whom
are in custody. They are charged
with rioting. Extradition papers for
Stratford, who is in Kansas, have
feeen asked. Stratford has refused to
return to Tulsa.
GLEN EAGLES MECCA
FOR CHAMPIONS OF GOLF
Glen Eagles, Scotland, June 7.
Twenty-two ; American and British
professional golfers began today the
first qualifying round of a thousand thousand-guineas
guineas thousand-guineas professional tournament.. In
addition to these players, Aroaud
Massey, French professional cham
pion, is entered.
ShelbyviUe, Term, June 7. Bishop
James Atkins, of the Southern Meth
odist church, and Miss Eva Estelle
Rhodes will be married here this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and after a short bridal trip
will go to the groom's home at Way-
nesville, N. C, for the summer.
LIMITING CONTESTANTS IN
THE OLYMPIC GAMES
v (Associated Press)
Lausanne, June 7. Four entrants
and four starters will be the maxi
mum limit allowed any nation in fu
ture Olympic Games according to an
announcement .by the Olympic Con Congress,
gress, Congress, which has just completed i
protracted session here. -.,
Attractive ads. pay big dividends.
List of Dead May Total Fire Hundred
and Property Loss is Approx Approximately
imately Approximately Fifteen Million '';
Pueblo, June 7 Systematization
and centralization of relief work in
this district began r in earnest today,
w Q.J "ki vxaj nucu iwvai isujra value
as a result, of a meeting of the RedDack in the seVenth for a batting ral-
Cross last night. Relief workers will
search out; families in need of help
and duplication will be avoided.
The list of known dead compiled to to-day
day to-day contained fifty-two names. It is
declared the list of known dead in
the towns of Boon, Avondale and
Vineland, south of here, numbers 22.
Robert. Gast,' chairman of the city
relief committee, gavethe following
summary of the situation in Pueblo:
Gas plant out of commission. No ice
factory running. Two water systems
only partly functioning. Lighting
system, out of commission except 'for
a few street lights."
Mr. Gast said the present condition
of property damaged approximates
$15,000,000 and that the estimate of
500 killed was as good as any. -WORST
TRAGEDY OF ALL
Mystery shrouds the death here last
night of Ernest E. Withers, a promi prominent
nent prominent citizen who. while driving in an
automobile with his younger son sit sitting
ting sitting by his side was killed .instantly.
The top of his head r was blown away
and the coroner conducting the inves investigation
tigation investigation hasn't determined whether
the shot was fired from inside or out outside
side outside the car. The authorities believe
the weapon might have been a riot
gun. One of the first persons who
reached the scene was a soldier on
duty in connection with the flood re relief,
lief, relief, who rushed to investigate the
commotion. It was Withers' eldest
son. : '
v ON THE INCREASE
The' known dead list of the flood
was increased to 55 today with the
recovery of three other bodies. A com committee
mittee committee of real estate men estimated
the damage in thic city alone at twen twenty
ty twenty millions.
GUIDE POSTS SET UP
IN TRACKLESS WASTE
f Associated Press)
Los Angeles, Cal., June 7. Death
Valley and the desert surrounding it
have at last been made "safe for trav travelers,
elers, travelers, in the belief of officials of the
Automobile Club of 'Southern Cali
Employees of the club have return
ed home, with the .announcement that
they have completed the work of
erecting metal guide signs in the al almost
most almost trackless wastes of the valley,
and that motorists no. longer need
fear to traverse it.
All water holes "and wells have been
so marked they can be found with without
out without trouble either at night or day, it
The guide signs erected were made
of metal so unappreciative travelers
could not use them for firewood.
More than a year was consumed" in
charting 'the valley and in making
and erecting the signs.
LAURA BROMWELL LOST
HER HOLD ON THE LOOP
'-:., (Associated Press)
Mineola, N. Y., June 6. Miss Laura
Bromwell, holder of the' loop the loop
record for women, and one of the best
known women pilots in the world, was
killed at Mitchell field yesterday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Miss Bromwell was flying at
an altitude of about 1000 feet. She
had just completed one loop and was
about to make a second when some something
thing something went wrong with the plane and
it crashed- to the ground. Miss
Bromwell, whose home was in Cin
cinnati, was twenty-three years old.
COOTER POND PICNIC
The annual picnic given by the M,
W. A. will be held at Cooter Pond,
one mile north of Morriston, on July
4th. Speaking, music, baseball and
other amusements will be the attrac attractions
tions attractions of the day. A full program for
the occasion will be printed later. t
MRS. THOMAS NELSON PAGE
Southboro, Mass, June 7. Mrs.
Thomas Nelson Page, wife of the
former United States ambassador to
Italy, died here yetserday. She was
63 years old; .
Increase your sales. Advertise.
Our Team Changed Unlucky Seventh
to the Lucky Seventh, Thanks to
, the Horseshoe Donated by
" (By L. T. l.
The regular routine was broken
yesterday when the local boys came
4y instead of having the slump that
they had formerly been having at
that stage of the game. Whether you
believe in luck or not, things look
suspiciously like "Lady Luck had a
hand in the victory yesterday. In the
first half of the seventh (Ocala's usu usual
al usual bad inning) Shorty Keefe gave Roy
Galloway a nice little fed horseshoe.
Roy asked the umpire to hold the
game a minute and strolled out to
the pitcher's Jbox and presented Mick Mick-ler
ler Mick-ler with this token of luck and slip slipped
ped slipped it into Mike's hip pocket with
prayers and supplications to the god goddess
dess goddess of luck that she would look with
favor upon our battling nine. The
goddess -did her part and away we
went. Not only did .we hold Fort My Myers
ers Myers down 'in our bad inning butwe
romped on Rogers until his tongue
hung out and he begged Lightfoot for
'Liddell made two pretty catches in
yesterday's game. Aside from that
there was no outstanding feature.
Both Fort My era' runs were made on
overthrows. Ocala earned three of
her five runs. V.
The game by innings:
a First inning: Fort Myers got us in
a terrible hole at the start, but Mick -ler
pulled out with the help of Leav Leav-engood
engood Leav-engood and Strickland with 'their
double play. Roberts led joft and
struck out. Lightfoot singled. Wynn
singled. Criger walked and filled the
bases. Tate drove a liner out towards
second that looked like a sure hit and
the three runners lit out like a fire
department on the way to a fire, but
Leavengood stabbed the drive from
the rare ether and threw to Strick Strickland
land Strickland for a double,- retiring the. side
scoreless. Ocala did not reach first
in this, inning. v
Second inning: 1 Fort Myers. made
their, first run in the second. Selph
fouled out to third. Rogers tripled
to center. When the ball was returned
to the infield Wood overthrew to third
and Rogers scored. Next two men
struck out. Ocala didn't shine in her
half of the second. 7
Third inning': Neither side did any anything
thing anything fancy, although Ocala had an another
other another chance to score and failed to de deliver
liver deliver the goods. Mickler led off with
a single. Liddell followed with an in infield
field infield hit. Leavengood hit to short and
Liddell was forced at second. Strick Strickland
land Strickland hit to pitcher who threw him out
at. first and 'Mickler was caught -out
at the plate.
Fourth inning: Neither side scored
in the fourth. Selph got a two-bagger
but was not advanced towards the
home plate. Ocala got a man on base
but had no luck.
Fifth inning: 'This was a long,
nerve-racking inning for the Ocala
fans. It looked as if Fort Myers
would sew up the game then but they
got only one run. Hoke walked and
went around on passed balls, scoring
on an overthrow." Roberts flew out to
pitcher. Lightfoot struck out. Then
with two down the devilment started.
Mickler hit Wynn and walked Criger
and Tate, filling the bases. ., Selph
flew out to left. Ocala didn't even
threaten in the fifth.
l Sixth' inning: Fort Myers went out
in one, two, three style. Ocala got
two hits after the second out but
failed to score.
'Seventh inning: Here's where the
horseshoe came in. Fort Myers went
out one, two, three. Ocala tore loose
and broke all previous records for the
seventh inning. Dinkins led off and
cot to first on an error by short.
Brooks sacrificed him to second. Mick
ler struck out. Here is where the
music beeun. liddell made first' on
an error by the pitcher and before
they got their heads together again
Dinkins scored. Leavengood singled.
Strickland doubled and scored liddell
and Leavengood. Roach drew an error
on first and Wood singled. Strick Strickland
land Strickland scored. Fort Myers decided that
Rogers was up in the air and pulled
him out. Monk took the box and
struck Harris out, retiring the side.
Eigth inning: Neither side scored.
Ninth inning: Fort Myers didnt
The rooting in the seventh inning
won the game yesterday. Go to it,
Follow Example of Ocala Post in
. Sending Best Wishes to the
V Tampa, June 7. The" local post 'of
the American Legion last night unani unanimously
mously unanimously adopted a resolution to tele telegraph
graph telegraph Georges Carpentier its desire
that he defeat Dempsey in their fight
for the world's heavyweight boxing
championship July 2nd.-
A LODGE OF MOOSE
Sam Levine, deputy organizer for
the state of Florida for the Loyal
Order of Moose, has been here, and
if any one desires to become sr Moose
kMr. Rogers of Rogers Wilson has
the pledge and for the small fee of $6
you may enroll. The dues are "only
$12 a year, with no other assessment.
There is also a sick benefit and a
death benefit. This lodge would mean
much to Ocala. The Mooseheart that
will likely be located at the Anthony
Farms will mean a three million dol dollar
lar dollar home for the children of Moose.
The charter only needs fifty good men.
The Moose lodge in Jacksonville has
2500 members, and Ocala can have at
least fifty. Ocala had a Moose lodge
several years ago, and every man who
belonged to it can be called on to
prove it was a live one.
grandstand andvears. You have the
proper spirit now. The Mefifert twins
deserve mention for leading the pop
battle band in the grandstand.
v The Box Score
Fort Myers ABRHPOAE
Roberts, cf ....... 5 0v Q 1 0 0
Lightfoot, 2nd ....4 0 2 2 2 0
Wynn, c .....2 0 1 9 0 0
Criger, 1st 2 0 1 10 1 -1
Tate; If .......;.3 0 0; 1 .0 0
Selph, 3rd 4, 3 0 110 0
Rogers, -p-rf ......4 U 1 0 2 1
Usher, ss .4 0 0 0 4 2
Hoke, rf ......... .4 0 0 0 4 2
Monk,.p'. ....I...! 0 0 .0 1 0
. 30 2
Ocala AB R
6 24 10 4
1 2 0 0
Liddell, cf 4 1
Leavengood, 2nd t .4 1
Strickland, 1st . .4 1
Roach, 3rd 3 1
Wood, ss .........3 0
Harris, If ....... ..3 0
Dinkins, c 41
0 10 0
Brooks, rf 4 0
Mickler, p 4 0
33 5 7 27 2 6
Score by innings:
Fort Myers ...010 010 0002
Ocala ........000 001 40x 5
Summary: Three-base hits, Rogers;
two-base hits, Selph, Strickland;
double: plays, Leavengood to Strick Strickland;
land; Strickland; hits off Mickler, 6, off Rogers,
7, off Monk, 0; hit by pitcher, Mick
ler, 1; base on balls off Mickler, 4, jff
Rogers, i; sacrifice hits. Wynn, Wood,
Harris, Dinkins, Brooks; x stolen bases,
Roach, Wood. Umpires, Dansby and
Williams. Time, 2:15. Attendance,
174 whole 'tickets, five half tickets.
Receipts, $87.80. Scorer, L. T. Izlar.
Yesterday's game was marred by
two unfortunate occurrences in the
eighth inning which gave the Fort
Myers boys a bad taste in their
mouths and which the Ocala fans re regret
gret regret very much. First, Mickler caught
Criger off- first base by that fool de delivery
livery delivery of Mike's that Fort Myers call called
ed called a balk but that every umpire we
have had so far claims is a fake de delivery
livery delivery that is in accordance with the
rules. The next man p was Tate,
who hit to third who fumbled a little
and then threw low to Strickland.
Strickland got the ball in time but
dropped it. Williams, the umpire on
bases, was directly behind Strickland
and the runner and could not see that
the former dropped the ball, so called
the runner out. Everybody set up a
howl for fair play but the decision
was not changed. From the result of
the rest of the inning it would not
have made any material change in
the score but it was unfortunate that
Williams made this error at that
stage in the game.
Read our ad. on page 43 Saturday
Evening Post. Gerig's Drug Store. 4t
Bring us your job work.
Read our ad. on page 61 Saturday
Evening Post. Gerig's Drug Store. 4t
Going to Send Storm and Hurricane
' Warnings to Vessels Narigat Narigat-.
. Narigat-. ing the Gulf
" '(Associated Press) v
Tampa, June 7-The local weather
bureau has arranged to send storm
and hurricane warnings to vessels in
the gulf by wireless, according to W.
J. Bennet, in charge of the bureau.
The forecast will be sent by a land
wire to the naval wireless station at
St. Petersburg and broadcasted from
POLICE CHIEFS 1
" GATHER IN ST. LOUIS
St Louis, Mo June 7. Establish
ment of a central police bureau for
dissemination of police, information
was expected to be the principal mat matter
ter matter discussed at the convention of the
International Association of Police
Chiefs which opened here today.
Creation of the bureau would in insure
sure insure co-operation, between the police
of the United States, Canada and
Europe and co-ordinate police work
in general, delegates explained.
The proposed bureau would be a
clearing house for Bertillion intelli intelligence,
gence, intelligence, the delegates' said. Records of
criminals would be assembled at the
bureau and sent .to places where such
information was needed. ' :
X contest between New York and
Washington for the proposed bureau
was in prospect.
.Plans to "prevent crime and. stand standardize
ardize standardize traffic regulations were to be
considered.- The wireless telephone
and telegraph as a means of impart imparting
ing imparting information, and the elimination
of politics from police departments
also is to be discussed, l
Approximately 1000 chiefs of police
and other police officials from all
parts of the country are expected to
attend the convention, which will con
tinue through Thursday. .
SECRETARY WEEKS ASKS FOR
- : CO-OPERATION OF STATES
Expressing the opinion that the
citizens' military training camps to
be established throughout the country
this summer are a vital asset in the
broad "scheme of national defense,
Secretary of War Weeks has address addressed
ed addressed a letter to the governors of the
nation asking their co-operation to toward
ward toward making these camps a success.
The secretary of war requests the
various state executives to bring the
camps to the attention of their com communities
munities communities by official proclamation or in
some other manner. He declares J hat
the upbuilding of the National Guard
nd the organized reserves depends in
great measure on these camps.
The secretary's letter follows T
"Plans have now been completed
which provide for a month's course in
citizens' training camps this summer
for 10,800 physically fit citizens be between
tween between the age's of 16 and 35 years.
These citizens will be drawn from all
parts of the country and quotas in
proportion to -population are being al allotted
lotted allotted each state in order to assure a
thoroughly representative body of
candidates. I am most anxious that
the men who take training come not
only from every part of the country
but from all walks of life!
"Procurement of candidates is in
the hands of the commanding gener generals
als generals of the nine corps areas and the lo locations
cations locations of the camps and all other
general information is contained upon
the. application blank, a copy of which
"It is jny opinion that these camps
are a vital asset to the broad scheme
of national defense because they ad advance
vance advance the upbuilding of the National
Guard and organized reserves.
"It is my belief and my hope that
these camps will also develop closer
national and social unity; will teach
the privileges and .responsibilities of
American citizenship and will stimu stimulate
late stimulate the interest of the youth of the
country in the importance of military
"My purpose in addressing you on
this subject is to request that youl
bring these camps to the attention of
the people of your state by proclama
tion or by any other means you de
sire. I make this request because I
am convinced of the lasting benefits
to be derived from these camps both
by the nation and by the individual
taking this training."
Advertise for results.
Unionist Members on Hand but Ni
tionalist and Sinn Fein
Belfast, June 7 The, Ulster par parliament
liament parliament came into being today and
the city is gay with flags and bunting
in honor bf the occasion. Forty
unionist members took their seats
and proceeded to the organization o?
the house of commons, but the nation nationalists
alists nationalists and Sinn Fein members utterly
ignored the proceedings.
CROWN FORCES WON A VICTORY
Cork, June 1 Crown forces 'cap-
turned more than 100 members of the
Irish republican army' in Mill street
last night after a. battle in which
three Sinn Feiners ere ,. killed and
twelve wounded. The casualties to
the crown forces were slight.
AIMED AGAINST DEALERS ..
V IN PHONY STOCK
The following petition will be pre
sented to the city council tonight:'
- Ocala, Fku, May 23, 1921.
To the city council, Ocala, Fla.: v
Gentlemen: We, the undersigned
citizens and property owners of Ocala,
respectfully petition that the city of
Ocala pass an ordinance requiring all.
persons soliciting within the city for
the purpose of selling any stocks or
other securities be required to pay a
license tax, and that this tax be mads
commensurate with the amount of
business these parties are doing.
We would further request that any
bank in the city be exempted .from
such tax, and further that if possible,
such tax not apply to any party or
parties selling the security- of any
business or concern located in Marion
Signed: Mack Taykfr, W. C Ray."
R. R. Carroll, Edward Tucker, J. H.
Benjamin, Rush IL Todd, C. W. More-
men, W. M. Palmer, L. H. Pillans, C
C. Balkcom, Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store, by J'. G. Parrish, John Thomson,
A. C.Cobb, Carl G.'Rose, S. M. Lmn-
mus, A. L. Lucas, D. W. Davis, II. W.
Walters, Geo. L. Taylor, Rheinauer &
Company, Sid R. Whaley, J. Malever,
C. J. Fishel. S. H. Christian, George
MacKay, Robert MacKay, Jim Taylor,
Hanon Hardware Company, by W. P.
Preer, G. T. Maughs, S. A. Bullock,
F. W. Cook, Blalock Eros., E. G. Peek,
IL A. Waterman, C. W. Hunter, W. P..
Huckaby, Howard Clark, P..V. Leav
FILLING. THE GAPS
Orlando, June 7. The Orlando Tost
of the American Legion faced a deficit
after entertaining the state conven convention
tion convention of the legion here recently but -Chief
of Police 'Vestal, newly elected
comander of Jthe post has alriost
wiped it out by an original, method
all his own. Chief Vestal concluded
drastic steps were necessary, where-,
upon he addressed to all whera he
thought might contribute to the fund
the following letter: ','
. ,"Dear Friend: In the consideration
of reports that come to my official
attention I am frequently 'brought
into touch with affairs which some sometimes
times sometimes have unpleasant angles. Would
advise you to call at my office in the
armory building Monday, May 30, to
discuss a matterof a private nature
in which you are interested." '.
-Vestal's object was to have a per personal
sonal personal talk with the persons be had
addressed, in the hope that he could
impress upon them the importance of
contributing to the deficit. His hopes
of having a large attendancesucceed attendancesucceed-ed
ed attendancesucceed-ed beyond his fondest expectations.
In' many instances the persons sum- -moned
were so overjoyed to learn the
summons was a ruse that they con contributed
tributed contributed liberally.
seldom opened his mail but for some
reason unknown to him did so on this
"She was scared nearly to death
and I tell you, chief, I didnt feel any
too good about it myself," he said as
he reduced his bank roll considerably
and passed the reduction over to Ves Ves-taL
taL Ves-taL kead our ad. on page 61 Saturday
Evening Post. Gerig's Drug Store. 4t
Ladies' Oxfords and Pumps, in kids
and patents, $ 9 and $10 values, just
arrived, selling for 4 a pair as long
as they 'last. Parker & Guynn. 7-2t
ocala evening stab, Tuesday, juke t. mi
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tion education that fits one for living, perhaps
there is some hope that the next gen generation,
eration, generation, will not make the English
language a patois 7 and the English
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LEGION ASKS PUBLICATION
OF THE SLACKER LIST
" When we read", about floods in
Pueblo and race wars in' Tulsa, and
other things in other places, we think
and think and think that little, old
Ocala is good enough for us.
If you don't want your liberty bonds
to fall off in price, hold on to them
until they are due.. That's what your
government intended, when it sold
them. ' . -
Many are longing for the return of
the five-cent cigar. Times-Union.
' It doesn't have to return; it's, never
' been away.. It's selling for 10 cents
plus war tax, but it's the same old 5-
c enter, all the same.
Another proof, that the Fort Myers
- baseball team is all to the good it
o walloped our friends, the- .Palatka
, team, Saturday, by a score of 9- to 2.
It takes a live team to score over that
Palatka bunch.. '-. -
We don't object to the Tarpon
Springs Leader and the Tampa Tri Tribune
bune Tribune having a dispute about dogs, but
we object to their trying to drag the
Star into it. The Star hasn't lost any
'dog. -. "-r :r r '-': :'
'The News hopes the government
will? .not "needlessly persecute the
mother of Grover Cleveland Bergdoll.
.Mrs. Bergdoll is punished 'sufficiently
by being the mother of sueh a"yellw
streak. DeLand News.' V
' 1 She is as proud of him as if he was
a yellow pup.
, Some of the oil men who are trying
to drive wells in the few little Punches
of kale that war and taxes have left
to our people, came into the Star's
business office yesterday and wanted
a copy of the paper which had. sassy
stuff about fakirs, in it. The business
manager vaanted to know what issue
was wanted, because he. said, with the
weary expression of. "a, man who
wants peace, and can't have it unless
he goes and gambols with 'the sharks
in the gulf, "I haven't picked up a
copy of the rag' in three weeks that
hasn't had something hostile in it to
ward predatory business men." But
he looked up two of three, and the
horny handed well-diggers looked
thru them and said they would do,
and departed. The bus. mgr. looked
very much worried and said "that
sounds lke a libel suit; I wish they
would go up stairs and shoot Ben in
stead; I can get another editor any
time, but its going to' worry me to
raise twenty-five dollars to hire a
lawyetf to def end a libel suit."
The Star has received the following
; "Doctor Clinton Foster Palmer and
Miss Doris MaBelle Murray announce
their marriage on Friday, the third
of June, 1921, Chicago, Illinois." ..
The bride is a very bright and pret pretty
ty pretty young lady, who made her home in
Ucala for some time, going away
from here about three years ago. She
was very much liked," a capable busi
ness woman : and at home in social
circles. AH thefrfends who regretted
her departure will be interested and
pleased to learn of her wedding and
join the Star in good wishes for her
and her husband.
' 1 Harry St. Francis Black j wonder
what the saint is for) arid his Pull Pullman
man Pullman blind tiger on wheels, are not
out of the woods yet. A few minutes
after' the east coast .court turned him
and it loose, they were grabbed by
government officials, and now Harry
will have to square himself with
The railroads thought they would
make a grand stand play by calling
attention' to their omission from the
occupation tax bill and their' patriotic
demand to be put in. Most of the
people were aware, Tiowever, that the
raibjoads were covered by the already
existing law. U '
According to a test made in one of
the best accredited .high schools of
the north .recently it seems that our
educational system could afford to
spend a little less time emprahizing
the importance of Latin and Greek
and could pay considerable more at attention
tention attention to the English language. How
we ever got the idea that a smatter smattering
ing smattering of Greek and Latin is culture, and
an absolute ignorance of English is
permissible, no one is able to tell. But
with the growing sentiment for voca-
. .Wonder "what has "become of that
little slice of Marion that we were t
have taqked onto Lake? Leesburg
We heard some talk about an at
tempt, to take from. Marion not only
the territory originally asked for, but
some more, and that mussed up the
HIS WANDERINGS ENDED
Editor Star: As commander of
Marion "County Post No. 27, I desire
you to publish the slacker list when
released to you by the war depart department.
ment. department. "'.'?''. v. :'" ' r
As the legion as a whole has insist insisted
ed insisted that this list be obtained from the
war department, and so published in
all newspapers, it is the opinion of
the post here that full publicity
should be given the same.
Sincerely,- C. W. Moremen,
Commander, Marion County Post. No.
' 27, American Legion.
K. OF P. ELECT OFFICERS
Ocala Lodge Knights of' Pythias
elected officers for the coming six
months at its session last evening,
and also appointed several commit committees
tees committees who will arrange for "memorial
services and a district meeting.
The officers elected were: W.N W.
Rilea, C. C; W. R. Pedrick, V. C;
I. U. Forbes, prelate; G. Stafford, M.
of W.; G. H. Howell, M. at 'A.; W. A.
Stroud, inner guard; J. H. Smith,
outer guard. These will be installed
at the last meeting in this month.
There will be a lodge memorial ses
sion on Sunday, June 19th, the details
of which will be announced when the
committee has completed its reports
next Monday night.
On next Midday night there will
be a district meeting of the tenth dis
trict lodges after the regular session
of the local lodge. The tenth district
consists of the lodges of Ocala, Dun-
nellon, Inverness, Reddick vand Fort
Grand Chancellor W. B. Crawford
of Orlando, will be present at .this
meeting, and the lodges composing
the district all promise large delega
tions for, the occasion!,
A committee was appointed to ar
range for refreshments to be served
after the session of the district con convention.
vention. convention. These refreshments are to
conform to the weather conditions,
which means that it will be principal principally,
ly, principally, an ice cream and cake proposition,
with plenty of ice water, lemonade
and other cool drinks.
The Ocala lodge is looking forward
to a big time when it entertains the
district convention, Monday evening,
June 13th and Chancellor Proctor re requests,
quests, requests, that every member of Ocala
lodge be present, and also extends a
special invitation to visiting Knights
who may be in the city to come 'out
to the busines sas.well as social ses-8ion-
Says the 'GaiTUfsrilTe Sun: The
wedding of Miss Virginia Menge of
Fort Myers and Mr. Howard Den ham
of this city was announced at a pretty
party last Thursday,' the account of
which will be of interest here, where j
Mr. "Denham was reared and is pop-1
ular with hosts of friends, being a'
young man of sterling worth and
genial character. Mr. Denham is '-
connected with the Mutual Life In Insurance
surance Insurance Company, having taken Up
the work of his-father, the late W. L.
Denham, and a bright future is in
store for the young couple. Mr. Den Denham
ham Denham and his bride, who will be cor cordially
dially cordially welcomed here, will after a
bridal trip, arriv e about July 3 to
make their Kbme here."
One hundred pairs ladies' Oxfords
and pumps; good values at $9 and $10;i
now selling for $4 a pair. Parker &.
Guynn. 7-2t I
PRIVATE IRA B. WALDRON
A telegram was received this morn morning"
ing" morning" by Roberts & Spencer, stating
that the body of Private Ira B. Wal Wal-dron,
dron, Wal-dron, son of Mr. and Mrs D. M. Wal Wal-dron
dron Wal-dron of Bay Lake, had arrived in New
York from overseas and the body
would leave" for Ocala immediately,
arriving Thursday morning. The
funeral arrangements will be an announced
nounced announced later.
Private Waldron was in Battery E,
316th Field Artillery, and was hi
several battles, but met death from
an attack of spinal meningitis. Mr.
J. E. Jordan who is with the Mar Marion
ion Marion Hardware -Company, was in Bat Battery"
tery" Battery" F, of this regiment, and up to
Private Waldron's death was with h im
in several engagements.
C V. ROBERTS. Phone 305
BARNEY SPENCER. Phone 431
ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors 'and- Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel. Personal Service to all.
Motor Equipment. Cofiins and Caskets Delivered.
217 West Broadway
Office Phone 350
WITHOUT AID OF MACHINERY
:.-V. .. tT j '
Ten years ago Henry Stewart, then
a spry chap of sixty-four, started on
a tour of the world to advertise the
Panama-Pacific exposition. He visi visited.
ted. visited. among other places, Jerusalem,
Turkey, Egypt, Russia. Spain, Italy,
Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, Ger
many, Norway, Sweden, France and
England. A few days ago Stewart.
now seventy-four, returned to San Dl
ego, CaU whence he had started on
his little, jaunt, and announced that
he was ready to settle down for
spell and to take up boy scout work.
Standard drugs and specialties,
promptly delivered. Phone 435. G.
C. Greene. 2-tf
Our Specialty Is
- err v-J
WHAT you lose
w thru baking failure
-must -be added to bnking
costs it has to be paid for.
Calumet Baking Powder
wiU save you all of that. Be Because
cause Because when yoa use it there are
' do failnrea no losses. Every bak baking
ing baking is tweet and palatable and
stays Tnni tender aad dcliooos to
' the last tasty bite.
Thafs a big saving but
that isn't alL You save when
yoa bay-Calumet and yoa
when you cae it.
"tit C ?
It is reasonable in cost and
possesses more than the or
dinary leavening strength. Yoa pay
less and use less. You get Ce most
in parity, dependability and whole
In every way it is the best
way to keep down baking costs. That
is what has made it the world's big biggest
gest biggest selling baking powder has kept
it the favorite of millions of house,
wives for more than thirty years.
Good wholesome bakings can be
made only ct good materials, no
. other way, so use only good baking
powder and good plain flour (not
self -rising flour).
I cup of butter.
ly'i cups grann-
cups flour, I cup
water, 2 level
Powder, 1 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon lemon,
yolks of 9 eggs.
Then mix in tisS
; MAZON & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerlg's
Laborious Methods' of Gstting -Flew"
of Oil From the Rich Wslls
of Mandalay,; 1
. Oil lands above Man daisy are so
rich and the oil so close to the sur surface
face surface that yoa see here and there among
the scaffolding forest of steaming,
drilling derricks a hole, hand dug and
yawning, and at Its mouth a breast-
high cross-pole carrying a creaking
wooden wheeL A long rope attached
to 'a cumbersome bucket plays over
this wheel as four or five coolie women
"haul away" over a foot-hardened
path fifty yards long. Back and
forth, in and away, they trudge In the
baking Burman sunshine; np and
down goes the oil bucket; and, by de degrees,
grees, degrees, fuller and fuller get the big
round earthen pots beside the well
that holds the day's "flow."
These wells are dug by suspended
coolies, who loosen and pass up the
debris fifty, eighty, a hundred feet
from the soft sandstone earth and
shale. It goes on; antlike, with In
credible labor for almost a microscopic
x . m Y
wage. Many .or to em, nowever, u
the pitcher of Philemon and Bands,
year ; after year, produce the ncn
black liquid, the heritage of the family
who owned the spot. Compare these
methods, time-honored but time oat oat-worn,
worn, oat-worn, with those of California and
Texas oU fields, where machinery
takes' care of every minute process,
and muscle has more joyful tasks to
do." Christian Science Monitor.
' QUALITY -CLEANLINESS
CLOVER HILL BUTTER
Produced by the Fox River
Batter Company, largest
distributors of PURE BUT BUTTER
TER BUTTER in the voorld.
Bertram Ibbetson & Co.,
of Atlanta, Georgia,
Will open an office in theCommercia BanlBdlding
of Ocala, Florida, effective July lst,1921, for the
practice of Accounting, ; Systematizing, InccmeYTax
Consuhation and Preparation of Returns.
ATLANTA OFFICE '
250 PEACHTREE STREET
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 yon want.
Dinner 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. Owned
and operated by 100 Americans, tf
Geo.. MacKayS Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
II oas Fehr's Ambrosia, a most yI"
If agreeable surprise awaits you. Every
II drop is liquid joy.
Cash and Carry Meat Market
Located in Ae CRESCENT GROCERY CO.'t Sort
- '7 ' j
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.
It is delightfully good and remarkably
beneficial. Try it today by itself or with
a bite to eat servt ice cold.
Case Sent Heme
We ask you for your patronage-and.
hank You in advance. :
Cash and Carry Meat Market
U Order a
MOSES GROCERY CO., Ocala, norlda
CENTRAL CONSUMERS CO Louisville, Ky.
" iwoorpof ted
OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, JUNE 7. 1921
fi3rjjm' fc';!S Dragfrom a photognch by our lls
JXwrV JSJ Mr. Gary, thawing the loading of :E4 I
ZjSfo Cavalbi(Turkish)tobaccoaboard light- iM&::!!::::
Tyr-y& 'fr UU?&ler to transferred to the ocean liner 'JrMKi&!&tt&
Mk.Sfy VJWLTL- in mid-stream. The tobacco is picked, Ktm$Wfnlkti
JTfcC-i-v. JT 4T leaf by leaf, and tightly packed in 7m;M
- Jr4 XT VgiS.- burlap bags weighing from fifty to a i ff A iW'HMm
; ' bundddVLdf V Vr J
NOTICE OF SALE OF
. SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS
Rare Turkish tobaccos
give distinction to
GAVALLA and Xanthi ; Smyrna and
Samsoun world-famous for their spicy
- aroma and delicate flavor certainly they make make-for
for make-for a smoother, better-tasting cigarette.
But bring these fine Turkish tobaccos over
six thousand miles of oceanblend them with
our home-grown Burley and other choice
Domestic tobaccos blend them carefully and
shrewdly in that can t-be-copied Chesterfield
way; Mat, and not. until then, have you got
the real smoke the smoke that makes men
smack their lips with joy the one smoke
' that can and does completely "satisfy'
Myers Tobacco Co.
Air -Tight Tin of SO
' Ak your dealer to ahow you tho new Yacuum-aealed tina
e 30 CheatarHelda. A compact, convenient and absolutely
AIR-TIGHT packing the cigarettes keep fresh indehnitely.
and the blend can't be copied
i4F AT THE
lP TO Di4T DINING ROOM AND LUNCH COUNTER
Regular Dinner, 11:30 to 2,30 PRICE 50c
Fresh Vegetables of All Kinds, Western Meat and Sea Food
All Kinas of Salads and Delicatessen
American, French, Spanish and Italian Cooking
Try John Metrie's Special Club Sandwich
S-.if'X. V 15 Years Experience : --..J'
Specials Orders Receive Prompt Attention PHONE No. 7
BsIcobs Free to Children Every Saturday 10 to 11 a. m. g It
i Tire Prices Reduced
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3.
old price $20.00, how.... -DIAMOND
old price $17.60, now
6,000 Mile Guarantee
T FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford- rear end, $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3.
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Phone 258 West Broadway
The commencement exercises of the
Ocala high school took place last evening-
at the Temple theater with a
house filled to capacity of relatives
and friends, and it was the concensus
of opinion that it was one of the
most entertaining and enjoyable pro
grams ever given by a graduating:
class in the city.
The stage never was more tastily
decorated. Huge and handsome sword
ferns were at each end of the stage.
while between these were placed uni
que and graceful baskets and vases
filled with Shasta daisies and aspara
gus fern. In other appropriate places
about the stags these flowers were
used to advantage.
A piano selection "by. Miss Annie
MacEay opened the exercises for the
evening and during its rendition the
graduating class, the faculty, Princi
pal Hensley, Superintendent of Pub Public
lic Public Instruction H. G. Sheady, Rev. C
1 Collins and Dr, Joseph Romer of
the University of Florida, marched to
the stage, taking seats to the rear
and on the sides. Rev. C. L. Collins
spoke an appropriate invocation.
The next number on the program
was a school song by the Glee Club.
This was a splendid number and re
ceived hearty applause. The selection
demonstrated the careful training and
fine voices of the Glee Club mebers.
The salutatory by Miss Marie
Mathews was clever and well deliv delivered,
ered, delivered, the audience not losing a word.
The tenor solo by Claude Barnett was
the next .number and without hesita hesitation
tion hesitation it can be said that he possesses
one of the clearest and most melodious
untrained voices ever heard in Ocala,
and with a little study he will hold
high place as a singer.
Dr. Joseph Romer of the Univer University
sity University then delivered his address. It
contained a wonderful lot of good,
sound instruction and every word was
eagerly listened to by the large audi-
enec Dr. Romer possesses a force forceful
ful forceful delivery. In the beginning of his
talk he said he hoped it would be like
the ladies dresses long enough to
cover the subject, and short enough
to be interesting it was.
The violin duet by Nat Mayo and I
Lindel Mathews was beautifully ren
dered and highly appreciated.
The valedictory address by Annie
Rooney was a gem. Her subject was
well thought out and intelligently de
Supt. Shealy awarded the diplomas
in a very attractive ana engaging
manner and after a few chorus selec
tions. Professor Hensley gave an in
teresting talk on next year's work,
explaining the new mid-term grading
that will be inaugurated in the .fall.
Among the more important things
Prof. Hensley discussed and which
should be carefully considered was
that the high school accommodations
and distressing limited.
In conclusion, Nat Mayo; came for forward
ward forward and in few appropriate words
in behalf of the class presented the
high school with a handsome victrola.
This is the first time that any grad
uating class of the Ocala high school
Las made such a donation. Professor
Hensley then thanked the class in be be-lialf
lialf be-lialf of the school for this useful and
m I finnreciated fifif t. which will make a
J j lovely and nssful remembrance.
I This was a typical sweet girl grad
nation for there was never a prettier
set of girls and never were they more
appropriately or becomingly attired.
Their dresses were of white organdie
and completing this pretty costume
they carried large arm bouquets of
Notice is hereby given that the
board of public instruction for Marion
county, Florida, will receive bids up
to 3 o'clock
July 4, 1921, 1921,-for
for 1921,-for the purchase of one or more of
t UIC fcCU VUC fcUUUSAJJU UVU1 WUU9 w
: l 1 a i d.jj:.i. o i rr
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,
One bond due and payable July 1st,
One bond due and payable July 1st,
Three bonds due and payable July
Four bonds due and payable July
The board reserves the right to re reject
ject reject any and all bids. All comunica comunica-tions
tions comunica-tions should be addressed to H. G.
Shealy, Ocala, Fla.
By order of the Bolrd of Public
Instruction, Marion county, Fla this
4th day of May, 1921.
27-tf H. G. Shealy, Sec'y.
ft lata iMfrttw vta
trith Bocmrt a W radar Ant Poiaoai aMt
Uc it mkrmmt appear.
They eat Boavrf
Wonder Ant Poiaon
QsicUy mad carry it to tMr aaata. la
f aw boon roo'U be absolutely rid mi
Ath wn inzggiMt for 2S
cmtboitlm. If hmem't tap
pin Mxa torn mil da mm.
tmcmipt mi 30 cant.
Daytoai Baaxa Saa Braase
h tou would have vour
eyes examined "some
'jfifii day" my delay longer.
DR. K. J. WEUIE,
Optometrist, and. Optician
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.
DAILT (CA1FIE 8
ICS S. Magnolia St Next Anti-IIoaopply Drag Store
CIVIL EAGINEERS AND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the lawsof the State of Florida
BLOCKS. BRICK, CURB, SIDEWALK
OCALA - FLORIDA
Capt. Edward Drake is associated
with us and in charge of oar Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.
SILVER SPRINGS BOAT TRIPS
Work for Ocala
for the capital
CALL PHONE 525
when yoar clothes
NEED A NEW WRINKLE
La-Donde Cleaning Co.
over Tirash Grocery
525 PHONE 525
C. Cecil Bryant
Gary Block, Over 10c Store
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work.. Gives more and better
work for the money thaq any other
contractor in the city.
Ottices, 33-34 Bolder BlSg.?
Phone No. 543
KINDTS MUSIC STORE
Pianos and Organs Phonographs and Records
Sewing Machines and Supplies
Expert Repairing of Phonographs, Sewing Machines, jjt
Organs and Pianos tjZ
Thank you for your patronage 306 N. MAGNOLIA ST. l
The good boat "SUver Springs'
leaves the dock at 6 o'clock Thursday
afternoon, June. 9th. for a trip to
Conner and return, under the auspices
of the Parent-Teachers Association of
Ocala. Among- the needs of the
schools are a domestic science teacher,
a physical director, hot lunches for
the chfldreis, a piano for the primary
school, additional apparatus for the
playgrounds, laboratory equipment,
etc Every citizen should bo inter interested
ested interested in raising funds for these pur purposes,
poses, purposes, v Help the association by your
Aside from the worthiness of the
cause, you will receive full return for
money spent on the boat trips as there
is no more beautiful scenery to b
found in Florida than on Silver river
and certainly nothing can be more re refreshing
freshing refreshing on a warm evening than to
spend a few hours in the coolness of
this shaded stream.
Tickets at $1 for the round trip or
$5 for a season ticket of six trips, may
be purchased at Ceng's Drug Store
or at the springs Thursday afternoon.
Trip? will be made on alternate
Thursdays throughout the summer.
Ladies'' Oxfords and Pumps, in kids
and patents, 9 and $10 values, just
arrived, selling for $4 a pair as long
as they last. Parker & Guynn. 7-2t
Icead our ad. on page 61 Saturday
Erening Post. Gerig'a Drug Store. 4t
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar- 4
anteed. .' .
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm. Jacksonville i:aupm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-bt retrsorg :uopn
2:55 am N'York-St- Petrsbrg 1:25 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm, Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-fct. reirsorg :uapxa
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jackson viDe-NTork 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.'
Funeral Directors, Embalmera
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Your competitor advertises. Do you.
OCAtA ETEKCtG STAB, TUESDAY, JUNE 7.X921
If yon have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. D. C. Stiles of Jacksonville is a
well known bc3i'ness visitor in the
city for a few days.
The Silver Springs boat ride
Thursday evening to be given under
the auspices of the Parent-Teachers
Association promises to be a most
enjoyable event. There will be no ball
game that afternoon, so this will be
a delightful way for the half -holiday
ioiks 10 enjoy inemseives.
, Let us furnish you with Danish
Pastry the next time you give an aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon party. Nothing more suitable
for a lfght luncheon. Federal Bak Bakery.
ery. Bakery. 2-t
Mrs. E. J. Crook has returned from
a two weeks viist with relatives in
Keep the haads and face soft with
1 LA SOL. 50 cents the bottle at
Cerig's Drug Store.
Mrs. Charles Peyser and grand granddaughter,
daughter, granddaughter, Babette Peyser leave Sun Sunday
day Sunday for Miami, where they will visit
at the home of the former's daughter
and the tatter's mother, Mrs; Harry
' There's no extra charge for clean
ing your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Miss Winnie Bell left Monday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for her home in North Caro
lina. Miss Bell taught the past win
ter in the high school, which position
she filled most efficiently and. was
quite a favorite not only with the
school children but Ocala resdients.
' YouH miss it if you fail to come in
while we are selling $9 and $10 Ox
fords and Pumps for $4 a pair. Par
ker & Guynn. 7-2t
Hot Boston Baked Beans and Bos Boston
ton Boston Brown Bread at Carter's Bakery.
HOUSE PARTY AT EASTLAKE
Each week sees an increase in our i
production of cinnamon rolls. Try
them and youll know the reason.
Federal Bakery. 2-t
Mrs. George Blitch and sister, Miss
Daisy Bell of Williston, are in the
city for an indefinite stay at the old
Bell home on East -Adams street.
They will remain here until Mrs.
Blitch's son. Hardy Croomi fully re
covers from his recent accident and
3zx3ft siigntiy used; off ox new
cars, at ?it eacn. rnese tires are
guaranteed tires, standard makes, U.
S., Firestone, Goodyear, Goodrich and
Republic. AUTO SALES CO.,
6t Phone 348. Mack Taylor.
Tomorrow about twelve of the
younger society set will leave for
Eastlake where the gaieties of a house
party will take place for a week in
(he Goodwin cottage. Chaperoning
these jolly young folks, will be Mrs. J.
W. Dumas and Mrs. R. S. Hall. The
following young men will act as hosts,
Messrs. Edward and Otis Green, Tom
Wallis. Robert Hall, Fred Winer,
Leonard Todd, Regie MacKay and
Sam Ham. Harold Klock, Dick Stand-
ley and F. Henry of the University.
The following young ladies will be
their guests, Misses Jess Dehon, Ethel
and Elizabeth Horne, Betty Cole of
Anthony, Loureen Spencer, Willie
Mae Lang of Gainesville, Lucille Gis Gis-sendaner,
sendaner, Gis-sendaner, Margaret McNeil and Dor
othy Wilson of Bartow. .From the
plans being made a jolly time is an
ticipated. Motor boats, canoes, etc.,
have been eneaeed and today a vic-
trola together with many jecords
were sent down.
WANTED. LOST. FOUND, FOB
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FURNISHED ROOMS For rent.
Apply at 704 East Third street, cor corner
ner corner Sanchez street. 31-6t-dh
HEMSTITCHING, ETC Besides
handling 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
FOR SALE Two pianos, extra good
values. Come soon and see them at
my residence, 1109 East Fifth SU
Ocala, Fla. Phone 501X. 6-l-6t
FOR THE LADY WHO CARES
Among the business changes which
have taken place in the county dur
ing the' past few weeks was that of
the transfer of the interest of Mr. Du Du-press
press Du-press in the H. & D. Garage at Red Red-dick
dick Red-dick to Mr. C. B. Rou, on June 1st.
The high class work of this garage is
still further assumed now that Mr.
Rou has taken over a half interest, as
he is a skilled mechanic.
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
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
FOR RENT A five-room cottage,
'large yard, near high school. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent neighborhood. South Ninth
street, east. Abner I'ooser. 4-tf
NEED nAT.1 niOTOIt CO.
General Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils mod Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed $1.00
Cars Polished .SO
Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St
BUSINESS SERVICE BUREAU
Room 7, Merchants Block
PHONE 608, OCALA. FLA.
Residence Phone 593 and 93
This is a Studebaker y
FOR RENT Furnished summer cot cottages
tages cottages on beautiful Lake Weir; reas reasonable
onable reasonable rates. Apply to J. H. Jaco Jaco-by,
by, Jaco-by, Weirsdale, Fla. 5-6t
Garcia de Oro. that mild Havana
filler cigar 10c at all dealers. 5-tf
W. K. Lane, M. D, phyridaa aad
rurgeoa, specialist eye, car. bom aai
throat. Office ever 5 and 10 eeat star
Ocala. Fla. Adv. tf
FOR SALE New Ford touring car J
for sale at a bargain. Apply to
. James Hall. 6-lt
All Garcia de Oro cigars wrapped in
tinfoil 10c at all dealers. 5-tf
: D. E. McIVER
R. R. CARROLL
A V T 0 M OB IE S
Now Ready for Delivery at Ocala
OCALA CADILLAC COMPANY
J. H. SPENCER
W. R. PEDRICK
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
"VESTA" Battery Ser Service
vice Service Station
FOR ALL MAKES OF
GOODYEAR and U. S. TIRES and TUBES
GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE
FULLY EQUIPPED GARAGE, EMPLOYING ONLY EFFICIENT
MECHANICS, ASSURING PROMPT SERVICE AT ALL TIMES
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
OCALA, PHONE 271 FLORIDA
Mrs. M. D. Turnipseed nas return
ed to her home in Miami after a sev several
eral several month's stay in the city, a guest
at the home of her mother, Mrs. A. J.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Harold are enjoy.
ing a visit at Pablo Beach.
Miss Onie Chazal left this after
noon for Gainesville, where she will
attend the junior promenade dance
HAULING When you have trunks,
baggage or moving to do let L. E.
Cordrey do it for you. Prompt serv service.
ice. service. Now, dont forget the phone
number 434. 6-4-lm
Prescriptions correctly filled and
promptly delivered. Call 435, G. C
Read our ad. on page 43 Saturday
Evening Post. Gerig's Drug Store. 4t
Just received a select line of auto
Crescent (u Grocery
PAY CASH toff coiiposs PAY LESS
SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY
13 lbs. Gianxdated Sugar .$1X0
Not over $2 worth to a customer
1 lb. can Red Salmon .....29
. -n i i
OPPOSITE GEO. MacKAY & CO'S. STORE
Among the Ocalans going over to
Gainesville today were Mr. and -Mrs.
S. S. Savage' Sr., Mr. and Mrs. S. S.
Savage Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. C. A.'
Savage. They went especially to be
present at the University commence commencement
ment commencement exercises, when Mr. Charles A.
Savage Jr. will receive his diploma
from the law school, having finished a
three-year course in two and a half
years. Mr. Savage also completed his
training in military science and some
time ago was promoted to first lieu
tenant. He has accepted a reserve
commission with the government and
after a week's' vacation spent in the
mountains of North Carolina will go
in training for one month at the gov
ernment military camp at Lexington,
Ky., after which he will return to
Florida to practice law. Mr. Savage
was recently adjudged the champion
welterweight boxer of the University
of Florida and for this he was award
ed a handsome medal. He' isf the
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Sav
age Sr, and the eldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Savage of this city.
sponges and chamois skins at Anti-j JJK ttWWS
MAnnnn v HiumIam Phw "?! 7fc I VVWVVVVWTWWViV V........T..rr.T. t
If you srtoke cigars why not get
the best? Ask for Garcia de Oro 10
at all dealers. 5-tf
32x3 slightly used; off of new
cars, at $16 eacn. vines tires are
guaranteed tires, standard makes, U.
S., Firestone, Goodyear, Goodrich and
Republic. AUTO SALES CO,
6t Phone 348. Mack Taylor.
The social calendar for the remain
ing days of the week is well taken
up. lonignt, Mrs. jr. ju Anaerson jr.
will entertain the weekly meeting of
the HA" club, and Mrs. Mack Taylor
will entertain the Tuesday evening
auction club. Tomorrow twelve or
fourteen young folks will go to East-
lake for a week's house party. To Tomorrow
morrow Tomorrow evening at .7:45 o'clock, Miss
Wartmann's pupils will give their an
nual piano recital at her studio.
Thursday evening Miss Gamsby's pu
pils will give their annual piano re recital
cital recital at the Woman's Club and there
will also be a boat trip down Silver
Springs run. Miss Lancaster's music
pupils will give their recital Thurs-
dav afternoon at 4 o'clock at her
studio on Fort King avenue.
We claim this is
the old reliable
nickel cigar back
120 5. Main St.
- IN A
FEW DAYS .:
J. M ALE VER
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.
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.
32x3 slightly used; off of new
cars, at 4 $16 each. These tires are
guaranteed tires, standard makes, U.
S, Firestone. Goodyear, Goodrich and
Republic AUTO SALES CO,
6t Phone 348. Mack Taylor.
For delicate skin, use our imported
castile soap, price 25c atthe Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug" Store. Phone". 123. 71
is absolutely nece ary 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
DRY CLEANING DEPARTMENT
Ocala Steam Laundry
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