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The Ocala evening star
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TEMPERATURES
This morning, 70. This afternoon, 90.

VOL 27.
THE LEGION HAS
LOST ITS LEADER
National Commander Galbraith Killed
Near Indianapolis in an Auto -Accident
this Morning
(Associated Press)
Indianapolis, June 9. F.' W. Gal Galbraith
braith Galbraith Jr., national commander of the
American Legion was killed, and
Henry J. Ryan, of Indianapolis, na national
tional national director of the legion's Amer Americanism
icanism Americanism 'commission, and Milton J.
Foreman, of Chicago, national com committeeman
mitteeman committeeman of the legion from Illinois,
were injured when the automobile in
which they were riding went over a
steep embankment near here early to today.'
day.' today.' :
They were returning to the city
from the country club in Mr. Ryan's
car. The car failed to make a slight
turn in the road and ran over tye
curbing and sidewalk, turned over
several times and landed at the foot
of a 20-foot embankment. Mr. Ual Ual-braith
braith Ual-braith suffered a fractured skull and
died en route to the hospital. Mr.
Ryan, who was driving the car, de
clared he believed a defect in the
steering apparatus caused him to lose
control. The coroner who investigat investigated
ed investigated the car immediately-after the acci accident,
dent, accident, said he fo'und a broken connec connection
tion connection of the steering wheel.
Foreman, who suffered a iracturea
skull, is in a serious condition.
j. c. Mcdonald in tampa jail
Regarded Too Lightly his" Obligation
as a Grand Juror
(Associate) Press)
Tampa, June 9. J. C. McDonald, a
member of the grand jury here, was
. excused from service and placed in
jail while charges of perjury against
hi mare being investigated. It is al alleged
leged alleged he was found guilty of grand
larceny last year and his appeal is
still pending. The oath taken by each
juror is that he is not under prosecu prosecution
tion prosecution or been convicted of crime with without
out without his citizenship rights having been
restored.
ANOTHER STEAMSHIP
RAMMED AN ICEBERG
(Associated Press)
Halifax, June. 9. The American
freight steamer Chariot. Philadelphia
for London, struck an iceberg 200
miles off the Newfoundland coast last
night, according to a radio received
here. With her bow stove in the ves vessel
sel vessel is heading for port.
ALL AMERICANS ARE OUT OF IT
(Associated Press)
. Gleneagles, June 9. All the Amer American
ican American entrants were eliminated from
the lOQO-guineas professional golf
tournament in match play here today.
.ELECTRA
Electra, June 8. Everybody is en enjoying
joying enjoying the nice summer showers we
are having these days.
The regular services were held at
the Baptist church at Electra Sunday
and Sunday evening. Everybody en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed the good sermons. Next Sunday
at Moss Bluff there will be services
at the Christian church and every
body bats a cordial invitation.
Mr. G. A. Waters, our county com
missioner, is attending to business in
Ocala this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pillans and
Miss Dixie Pillans were here Sunday
to seje their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Pillans.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. George
Douglas are glad to have them here
for a short visit.
All are sorry to know Mr. Ozzie
Halford has been very ill for the past
week, but hope to soon see him out
again
The shadow of sorrow was cast
ovre the home of Mr. and Mrs.
L. D.

Marsh two weeks ago Sunday by the in the city pound the following de de-death
death de-death of their only son, a dutiful and scribed animals, which have been
loving' son, and loved by everybody found running at large within the
who knew him. He leaves a mother, corporate limits of the city of Ocala,
father and sisters to mourn for him. contrary to the ordinances of said
He was one of Electra's bright boys, I city: One Jersey cow no mark, brand
and served in the army during the C. H.; one red heifer, whole one ear,
great war. I swallowfork and underbit other.

We are glad to know Mrs. Tobe
Caldwell is improving and hone to
see her, well soon.

A protracted meeting will begin atare nt claimed and all expenses of
the Baptist church Saturday Julv 2. 1 taking and impounding thereof are

Services at 11 o'clock and 8 in the
evening, and will continue through
the week. Everybody is invited to
attend the meeting.
Ray & Thompson are going to put
up another of their classy bungalows
for Mr.- W. W. Clyatt, out on Fort
King, ju3t beyond the Taylor resi residence.
dence. residence.

This is a Studebaker year. tf

OCALA

SENATE WILL SOAK
IT TO SB
Even the Admiral's Adherents Will
Admit that he Talked Once
Too Often
(Associated Press
Washington, June 9. An investi investigation
gation investigation of the recent speech in Lon London
don London by Rear Admiral Sims, touching
oh Irish sympathizers in this country,
was ordered by the Senate today with without
out without a record vote. The resolution
was offered by Senator Harrison,
democrat, of Mississippi.
INVESTIGATE THE AGENCIES
An investigation of all government
agencies dealing with former service
men was ordered today in adopting a
resolution by Senator Walsh, demo democrat,
crat, democrat, of Massachusetts, creating a
select committee to conduct the in inquiry.
quiry. inquiry. Thevote was unanimous.
NOMINATIONS CONFIRMED
The nomination of Albert Lasker as
chairman and all others named by
Presdient Harding for the shipping
board have been confirmed by the
Senate.
RELIEF FOR MITCHELL
Relief of Brigadier GeneralMitchell
as assistant chief of the air service
has been requested by Major General
Menoher, chief of the army air servT
ice. Repeated public statements by
Mitchell urging a unified air service,
made since President Harding's ad addresses
dresses addresses to Congress in opposition to
unification, is said to have been one
of the reasons prompting the request.
ICE IN THE ATLANTIC
There is more heavy drift ice in-the
North Atlantic this year and it is
further south for the season than at
any time since' 1912, when the liner
Titantic sunk, according to Rear Ad Admiral
miral Admiral Chandler, head of the naval dy dy-drographic
drographic dy-drographic service.
KNIGHTS ANTICIPATE
A LARGE ROUND TIME
The special committee of the
Knights of Pythias appointed last
Monday night to arrange for .the big
time anticipated at the district meet meeting
ing meeting on the 13th reports excellent pro progress
gress progress and if every member of the local
lodge is not on hand there wilrbe just
that quantity of refreshments to dis dispose
pose dispose of after the meeting.
EIGHTEEN DEAD FROM
FLOOD AT LA JUNTA
(Associated Press)
Pueblo, June 9. Eighteen persons
are known to have been killed in the
flood in the LaJunta district, accord according
ing according to aColorado National Guard of officer
ficer officer who arrived here today.
PICNIC NOTICE
Fellowship W. O. W. camp with the
co-operation of the Woman's Circle
and the Farmers' Union is going to
J pull off its annual picnic on Friday,
June 24th, and all are cordially invit
ed to come and bring well filled bas baskets.
kets. baskets. The social committee has prom promised
ised promised to have some of the most promi prominent
nent prominent speakers in the state, but not on
politics. If you fail to come you will
miss a great treat, as all your friends
ancfneighbors will certainly be there.
Don't forget the date, June 24th, Fri-
.day.
S. J. McCully.
Mr. W. J. Frink of Sumica is here
until Saturday, visiting Mrs. Frink
and little daughter, who are guests of
Mrs. Frink's father, Mr. D. E. Mclver.
Representative Hunter must go to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow to St. Augustine, to attend a
meeting of the state reserve board,
of which he is a member with the
rank of captain..
NOTICE of ANIMALS IMPOUNLED
To Whom It May Concern: This is
to certify that I have this day placed
i The owners thereof, or their
Agents, and all whom it may concern,
are hereby notified that if the animal
not paid within three days from date
hereof, to-wit: On the 12th day of
June, 1921, I will sell the same to
the' highest and best bidder, said sale
to take place between the hours of .11
a. m. and 3 p. m. on said day at the
city pound in Ocala, Florida.
Henry Gordon,
. Marshal City of Ocala.
C. A. Holloway, Impounder. It

This is a Studebaker year.

SIMS STANDS BY
WHAT HE SAID

Veteran American Naval Commander
Has No Backdown for His Recent
Severe Remarks
(Associated Pressj
London, June 9. Rear Admiral
Sims, of the United States navy, is
quoted by the press association this
morning regarding the speech he de delivered
livered delivered on the Irish question here
Tuesday, "I stand by all I said; every
word of it. I shant repudiate a
single word I said and I see nothing
un-American in it, even if Senator Mc Mc-Cormick
Cormick Mc-Cormick does."
BELLEVIEW
Belleview, June 8. Mr. and Mrs.
Sands Haviland left Wednesday for
their home in Marlborough, N. Y.
Mr! Melville Strickland returned to
his home in Georgia Wednesday to
visit his parents a few days.
Mrs. Newman and son have return returned
ed returned to their home in High Point, N. C.
Gurley Abshier hs returned home
from Longwood, where he has been
working in an orange grove for some
time. Several of his friends were in invited
vited invited to spwd Thursday afternoon
with him at the home of his aunt,
Mrs. J. D. Harrell, it being his sev seventh
enth seventh birthday. All had a jolly time.
The lock social given by the B. Y.
P. U. at the town hall Thursday night
was well attended and much enjoyed.
The-Epworth League, social given
Friday night in the park was well at attended
tended attended and all had a merry time.
Mrs. Ruth Smith and Mrs. Neil and
children returned to their homes Sat Saturday
urday Saturday in Greensboro, N. C, after
spending, a few weeks with their par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Smith.
Rev. Martin held preaching serv services
ices services at the Baptist church Friday, Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Sunday nights of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Abshier, Miss
Eleanor Abshier,- Winters Hames,
Freeman Hmes and Miss Marjorle
Merrill were business callers in Ocala
Saturday.
Mrs. Green, Miss Lettie. Green and
Miss Violet Davis of Winstom-Salem,
N. C, have been guest sof Mr. J. A.
Freeman from Thursday till Tuesday.
Miss Ethel ,Freeman has returned
with them for a viist.
Miss Gertrude Lee Carter and
brother, Jennings and Miss Eccles of
Lady Lake and Mr. Darley Towmbs
of Plant City, were callers at Miss
Mar jorie Merrill's Sunday.
Mrs. C. A. Tremere is in the Ocala
hospital this week and has undergone
a very serious operation on one eye.
We hope she will be able to return
home soon.
Mr. Kidd returned home Saturday
from the Ocala hospital and is im improving
proving improving but it still under the doctor's
care.
Mr. J. F. Hames has recently pur purchased
chased purchased Mr. Rex Nichols Chevrolet
car.
Miss Helen Brown came Monday
from Sanford, N. C, where she has
been attending school for several
months and will visit her father, Mr.
John Brown and brother, John Jr.
The ladies of Belleview who are
eligible are about to organize an
Eastern Star chapter, with seventeen
charter members.
Miss Gertrude Turner left Monday
for. her home in Wilton, Conn.
Mr. And Mrs. R. F. Freeman and
little R. F. Jr. of Ocala. and Mr. and
Mrs. Z. V. Freeman of Shady, were
Monday visitors at the home of Mr. J.
A. Freeman.
Mrs. Wendell is on the sick list this
week. We hope to see her out again
soon.
New concrete steps and a sidewalk
are being built in front of the Ma Masonic
sonic Masonic building.
Mr. Allen Hall and family of Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg are guests of Mr. and Mrs- H
M. Hall this week.
Mr. J. F. Hames is working
in
Candler this week.
Little Miss Helen Hall entertained
a few of her friends at her eighth
birthday party Tuesday afternoon.
FARMERS SUPPLY COMPANY
Under the above name Messrs. A.
L. McKay and W. Carl Ray will in a
few days open a new line of business
in the Carmichael building now oc occupied
cupied occupied by Mr. J. Malever, on the west
side of the square.
The new firm will deal in general
farm machinery and has secured the
Fairbanks-Morse agency for Marion
and five adjoining counties.
Mr. W. J. McGehee will travel the
territory for the new firm, which
practically assures a jam-up business
from the start. Success to the new
company.'.
Mr. Robert Allen Burford, who has
been here for a brief visit to his rela

tives, left this afternoon.

EVENING

OGALA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JUNE 9,

DARBY VILL FACE
RESULT OF HIS DEED
A. C. L. Agent, Who Killed Marshal
at Baldwin Last Night,
Gave Himself Up
(Associated Press)
Gainesville, June 9. L. S. Darby,
station agent for the Atlantic Coast
Line at Baldwin, who shot and killed
Marshal L. S. Thomas there last
night, alighted from the train here
this morning and surrendered. Re Reports
ports Reports from Baldwin state that Mar Marshal
shal Marshal Thomas was attempting to ar arrest
rest arrest Darby for disorderly conduct,
when Darby shot the marshal." Thom Thomas,
as, Thomas, who was 47 years of age, was for formerly
merly formerly mayor of Baldwin and a wealthy
planter. Darby is 27. Feeling against
Darby in Baldwin is said to be high.
NOT MUCn DOING AT NEWRY
Three Men Kiled and Two Wounded
in
a blight Disturbance
(Associated Press
Belfast, June 9. One constable was
killed and one wounded in an ambush
near Newry last night. Two repub republicans
licans republicans in the attacking party were
killed and one wounded.
SINlT FEIN AND SOVIET
According to British Government, Sit
Up to Each Other
(Associated Press)
London, June 9. The government
issued as a White Paper today the
text of what it purports to be a draft
of a proposed treaty between the Rus
sian soviet government and the re
public of Ireland, which the govern
ment states was captured in Dublin.
OKLAWAHA AVENUE
At the last meeting of the city
council, June 7th, the following peti petition
tion petition was presented by the property
holders of Oklawaha avenue:
Ocala, Fla., May 25 ,1921.
To the Members of the City Council
Gentlemen: We the undersigned
owners of property on Oklawaha ave
nue in the city of Ocala, respectfully
ask that in your contemplated as
phalting, or otherwise hardening, of
this street (Oklawaha avenue) that
tne street be not narrowed in any
way, but that it remain as it now is
We further asked that our shade
trees be unmolested and that our
sidewalks and curbings stand as they
now are, unless special written con
sent be given by any property owner
for "alterations of. sidewalk or curb curbings,
ings, curbings, in front of his or her property.
Signed: Paul Simmons, D. W.
Tompkins, Sid R. Whaley, E. L. Car
ney, Mrs. E. L. Carney, C. R. Tydings,
Mrs. C. R. Tydings, L. W. Duval, Mrs.
L .W. Duval, J. Malever, Miss Alice
Bullock, Judge W. S. Bullock, Sydney
Haile, Mrs. Sydney Haile, M. F. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, G. T. Maughs, W. C. Jeffords, J.
W. Talley, A. G. Gates, W. F. Blesch,
S. A. Moses & Bro., John-Dozier, Dr,
E. G. Peek, Mrs. E. G. Peek, J.. E.
Chace, H. D. Stokes, Dr. H. F. Watt,
Mrs. H. F. Watt, J. K. Dickson, Mrs.
M. T. Dickson, Dr. W. K. Lane, Dr.
H. C. Dozier, T. H. Johnson, Mrs. T.
II. Johnson, Dr. W. H. Henry, Mrs.
W. H. Henry, F. T. Schreiber, Mrs. F
T. Schreiber, J. D. Robertson, Mrs.' J.
D. Robertson, Dr. J. Harry Walters,
B. D. Blackburn, Mrs. B. D. Black
burn, Mrs. Edward Badger, Mrs. O. T.
Green, Mrs. Mary Eagleton, E. W.
Clements, L. H. Pillans, Geo. K. Rob
inson, Mrs. A. M. Holder, W. A
Knight, J. H. Spencer, O. B. Howse,
Mrs. M. A. Home. Mrs. Lula E.
Standley, S. C. Standley, W. M. Pal Palmer,
mer, Palmer, Mrs. Mamie Hall, M. L. Rey Reynolds,
nolds, Reynolds, H. M. Hampton, Mrs. E. A.
Hickson, J. J. Gerig.
The petition, which was signed by
98 per cent of the resident property
holders on the avenue, was presented
to the council by Mr. E. L. Carney and
Dr. Charles Tydings, both of whom
spoke for the petitioners. The counci
saw the justice of the wishes of the
property holders on this street as ex expressed
pressed expressed in the petition and after ad
vising .with the city engineer agreed
that Oklawaha avenue should not be
narrowed in the prospective asphalt asphalting
ing asphalting of the street, nor should the trees
or sidewalks be molested, the curbing
to be changed only where it was abso
lutely necessary in straightening of
the curbing and when it was found
necessary to do this the property
owners would be reimbursed for the
curbing removed, as the materials in
said xurbine would be used by the
city elsewhere.
The American Legion Post here has
sent a dispatch to Indianapolis, ex
pressing sorrow for the death of Na
tional Commander Galbraith, and
sympathy for the two severely injur injured
ed injured ex-service men who were with him.

1921
OF
F;
BELIEVES IT
Assertion that Germans Mistook the
French Troops in Silesia for
Polish Insurgents
(Associated Press)
Pairs, June 9. Dr. Mayer, German
ambassador, presented to the French
foreign office today the excuse of the
German government for an attack
upon French troops in Silesia yester yesterday
day yesterday by German defense forces. Dr.
Mayer said the French were mistaken
for Polish insurgents.
MOSS BLUFF
Moss Bluff, June 8. There is an
abundant crop of peaches which is
keeping the women busy canning.
Muriel Galloway has as her guest
for a few days her cousin, Laura Mu Muriel
riel Muriel Sewell of Ocala.
Miss Vernice Martin entertained
some of her friends Saturday evening
at a rook party.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Martin and son,
Willard and Mr. W. E. Martin were
business callers in Ocala Friday.
Mr. W. E. Martin, known as Uncle
Billy, went to Ocala Monday espe especially
cially especially to attend the meeting of Con
federate veterans and reported a
pleasant day.
Mrs. Lilly Blunt and children of
Daytona, arrived Saturday to spend
a few days with Mr. and Mrs. W, C.
White.
Miss Hoyt Martin returned home
Friday from Palatka, where she has
been attending school.
Mr. Weaver and son. Fred left last
Monday morning for Sanford.
Mrs. Arthur Davis and three chil
dren left Saturday for Alabama.
Misses Ora and Annie Hornbeck
and Mr. Bob Hornbeck were callers
at the horne of Rev. ar.j Mrs. G. W.
Grant Sunday.
Quite a number from here attended
services at Electra Sunday morning
and evening.
Mr. Hogan, salesman for the Wat-
kins Company, was in our vicinity
Tuesday.
Mr." and Mrs. Oliver Fort and son,
Oliver Jr. motored to Ocala Tuesday.
ORANGE SPRINGS
Orange Springs, June 8. Mrs. M.
McPhail left this morning to spend
the summer with relatives in Flint.
Mich.
Mrs. A. Zens has returned here
from Palatka, where she has been liv
ing for the past year.
t The Saturday afternoon ice cream
sales at the postoffice for the benefit
of the Civic Club are a greaUsuccess.
Mrs. A. Warner has gone to spend
the summer with, her daughter in
Pittsburg, Pa.
Dr. Kirby Smith, skin specialist, of
Jacksonville, and his brother of Cuba,
stopped here last Saturday and
caught a fine string of fish in the Ok Oklawaha.
lawaha. Oklawaha. The general store of W. H. Wim Wim-berly
berly Wim-berly was broken into last Friday
night. The footprints of the robber
were traced for about seven miles into
Putnam county, where they were lost.
Preparations are being completed
for the big basket picnic to be given
by the Civic Club on July 4th at the
spring. All are, welcome.
COLORED TEACHER'S TRIBUTE
. TO MARION COUNTY
Editor Star: After six years of
very happy service at Fessenden
Academy, I am now tendering my
resignation and want in this public
way to express my profound gratitude
to the many friends who have done so
much to make Fessenden Academy
one of the ideal educational centers in
our great and beautiful state.-
Your splendid support of my pre predecessor,
decessor, predecessor, Prof. Jos. L Wiley, a man
greatly beloved, was more than I
could possibly expect you to give a
stranger. Yet that first article you
wrote concerning the new administra administration
tion administration was so full of fairness and good goodwill
will goodwill that it proved not only an in inspiration,
spiration, inspiration, but a wonderful incentive
to make our institution serve the in interests
terests interests of our county and state as
never before. Just how well we have
succeeded I do not know. It may in interest
terest interest yo uto know, however, that the
enrollment during the past year was
the largest in our history and that
practically every space in the dormi dormitories
tories dormitories is engaged for the next school
year. With crops in fine condition,
the campus and buildings as beauti beautiful
ful beautiful and comfortable as our limited
means will allow, and with friends
still generous and land, I feel war war-ranted
ranted war-ranted in committing the work into
other hands an?-accepting the super super-intendency
intendency super-intendency ol church work in the
state of Alabama, Tennessee. Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky and Florida, where the Ameri American
can American Missionary Society, which fosters

RAH

RETREAT OF POLES
FROM nOSEIIOERG
Retired Before the Advance of British
Troops, After a Slight Show
of Resistance
N (Associated Press)
Oppelyn, June 9. Five thousand
Polish insurgents have been driven
from the city of Rosenberg by British
forces and last night the Poles were
reported retreating southeast. The
Poles made a show of resistance but
the British did not fire a shot in tak
ing possession of the city.
Fessenden Academy, feels that I am
more urgently needed.
I was born and reared in the South
and as a humble teacher have lived in
various sections, but I want to say
candidly that I have never lived in any
community where white Americans
were more kind to colored Americans
than in our own town of Ocala. That
protection, sympathetic interest and
co-operation have not been given col colored
ored colored citizens in vain, is shown by the
goodly number of reputable and credi creditable
table creditable business enterprises maintained
by our people here and which .make
Ocala, when negro business ventures
are considered, the leading city of its
size in the country. This is a condi
tion of which our entire citizenry
might well feel proud, and brought
about largely thru the Star's fair
mindedness and undaunted courage to
speak the truth as you see it. You
may not have large sums to give, but
your contribution to Fessenden Acad Academy,
emy, Academy, Marion county and Florida, is
far greater than any mind canesti
mate. Unborn generations will rise
up and call you' blessed.
Booker T. Washington once said to
the southern negro, "Let ,down your
bucket where you are, and this is my
admonition to my people of Marion
county. I know of no lands richer
than those right around us and I re repeat
peat repeat I know no people more kind or
generous than those among whom for fortunately
tunately fortunately we live. I do not contend
that conditions are absolutely ideal
for there are no sections of our coun country
try country where they are, but I do contend
that any law-abiding, honest and in industrious
dustrious industrious citizen who cannot make a
livelihood in Marion county, had bet better
ter better secure a passport for one of the
planets or some other unearthly habi
tation.
Finally, I ask for Fessenden Acad
emy and the new administration, the
same loyal consideration and support
that you have so kindly given me and
my predecessor, for whom I take the
liberty to speak. With this, Principal
Kindle with his family, will be able to
do a much better day's work, I hope,
than I have been able to give.
I must not leave, however, until I
have raised money needed to cancel
our outstanding debts that friends
who have trusted us may not lose con
fidence in either the old or new ad administration.
ministration. administration. To this I earnestly
solicit the help of every citizen and
friend of humanity. If there are any
bills of the institution that have es escaped
caped escaped by attention, I beg that they be
submitted immediately to receive m
personal attention.
Again thanking you for all. past
kindnesses and for the privilege of
this additional word, I am,
Gratefully yours;
H. S. BarnwelL
Their Playing-Cards Different.
American playing card manufac-
torers hare a profitable market
awaiting them In Mexico and other
SDanlsh-FDeaking American countries.
Bot cards must be of patterns differ
ent from those to which Americans
are aonitomtl. People In those
countries demand the Spanish pack,
which consist a of only 40 cards, sad
tens. Fnrthermore. the face cards
are different. The ace (Called "as)
Is mu h like oars: the Tey" Odng)
wears a crown, the queen la repre
sented .by a young woman, and tne
lack ("oa ball") Is a horse.
Mnt of the playing eaid used faa
Spanish-American countries are Im Imported
ported Imported from Sna'n. and are mailer
than oar. Oramonly they are thin
and flinvy. so a to he hard to shuf
n. and tearing easily.
. History of Potato.
Th potato entered thii country."
Dr. Laufer said. In an address before
the Amerh-an Association for the Ad Advancement
vancement Advancement of Science, "not as surmised
by De Candolle. through an alleged
band of Spanish adventurers, but In
a perfectly respectable manner from
Bermuda, where if had been Introduced
some years previously from England.
It is a prank of fortune that the potato,
orlglna'ly a denizen of Chile and Peru,
appears as a naturalized Englishman
In the United States. The potato had
arrived In England about 1586. or a
little later."
This is a Studebaker year. tf
Read the want ads.

WEATHER FORECAST
Fair tonight. Friday partly cloudy.

NO. 136
METIIQDISTTIIAVE
ALMOST THE II1EY
Florida Conference May be First Over
the Tep for Christian Educa Education
tion Education Fund
( Associated Press)
Lakeland, June 9. The Florida
Methodist conference lacks only $G210
to complete its quota of $774,500 in
the Christian education drive, accord
ing to officials, and if the quota is
completed today the conference will
be the first over the top.
FUNERAL OF
PRIVATE WALDRON
Mr. D. M. Waldron of Bay Ltke
was in the city today, arranging for.
the funeral services of his son, Pri
vate Waldron, whose remains arrived
from France today. The body is in
charge of Roberts & Spencer, and
will be taken by them to the dead
soldier's home at Bay Lake. The
party will leave here at 10 o'clock
Sunday in cars and the funeral will
be' held about 2 p.m. It is to be a
civilian funeral, but many ex-service
men will attend.
NO REASON FOR CONFUSION
Christian Chronology Really Quito
Simple Matter, Though It Ret ul ret
Little Explanation.
Using the birth of Our Lord as a
starting point for counting time did
not become general until the Chris-
tian religion had, mad considerable
progress. Soma confusion arise front I
overlooking the fact that the ancient j
cations had their awn ijstemo and ;
their own starting points. For hv
stance, the Romans counted from the
founding of their city, Rome, andb
when Our Lord was born It was the the-year
year the-year 753 according to Roman chronol chronology.
ogy. chronology. Having takan the year In which
Our Lord was born as. the starting
point of the new or Christian chronol chronology,
ogy, chronology, the years preceding that starting
point could only be counted as years
before Christ and the farther you go
back Into the past the greater their
number, just as the greater the num number
ber number the farther you come down from
the starting point towards the pres present.
ent. present. There -Is nothing confusing In
this, and the same principle Is ap applied
plied applied on any through railway time timetable,
table, timetable, A transcontinental time-table
counts distances from a terminal
both ways, oos way east and the
other way west. In our chronology
the year of the birth of Our Lord Is
the starting point, and the years era
counted both ways those that had
passed before that ovont and those
that hare passed since that event
This system la, of course, in use only
in Christian countries. The Jews be begin
gin begin to count from the creation, and
there Is no counting backwards be because
cause because It is impossible, to go back of
that event
USED SYSTEM OF HIS OWN
Prefsseor Refused to Allow Proper
Spoiling to Weigh at All oavlly
Upon Him.
Of course "enough" spells "naff" and
yet "cair Is not spelled "caugh."
School boys, seasoned business men,
not to mention school teachers, oftu
find the spelling of the English lan language
guage language a bit troublesome. But here la
a one-time university professor and
now eminent scientist who not only
admits that spelling "gets him rattled."
but goes so fsr as to Invent his own
form of opening, which exactly follows
out the sound of the word.
Hence wo find such sentences as
these la a recently issued volume by
the anthropological department of the
university museum:
"His hair was etil black." v
"The two rltlngs wbaa they wer don,
ov course wer not alike."
"Someparagrafs or his own wer
dropt"
"I say as nearly as' possible be be-caui
caui be-caui
The author of the volume, which la
the translation of a' legend of the
Kerchl Indians of Ouatemaia, Is Rob Robert
ert Robert Burkitt a Englishman.
Complicated Prescript Jy.-r
She's sorry now that she did- tpead
mora time studying and less time on
prom class day and similar commit committee
tee committee when she was fn school and she's
trying to make up for it by noting
down every now and unfamiliar word
I she hears to be looked up later in the
dictionary. This habit caused her a
bit of embarrassment the other night
friend ad told her a new remedy
for sore throat and had written down
Its long name on a slip of paper.
Going to the busy prescription coun counter
ter counter she handed a slip of paper to a
clerk. Ho looked at It He looked
hard at It The other waiting custom customers
ers customers -were beginning to get Impatient
before he finally turned to the girL
"I can't figure It out" he admitted.
"Why, tfs simple, she told him. "It's
for sore throats, see oh!" She had
started to read the "prescription"
aloud when she noticed she had hand handed
ed handed the wrong memorandum to the
clerk. On it were the words:

"Precarious, imperceptible."



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hands of Officials and criminals, the
first being as sure to overawe the
citizen as the latter is to rob or mur murder
der murder him. The men who established
this nation and changed this continent
from an abode of savages to a highly
civilized country were men whose
fathers put arms in their hands and

taught them how to use them. When

there are no individual criminals nor
robber nations in the worlds then can
Americans afford to disarm but not
sooner.

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Alas! poor Plant City it is to have
cerulean Sunday laws. We have had
them here, but they never lasted long.

"They have been slinging a tremendous-
amount of lightning at the
Western Union this week. Tuesday
broke the record for messages in the
Ocala office.

One newspaper has an editorial on
the subject, "Learn to Play." There's
a girl next door who must have taken
his advice. St. Petersburg Times.
You mean she is learning?

. Louis H. Chazal of Ocala has been
re-elected secretary of the Florida

Commercial Secretaries .Association,

which has been in session in St. Au

gustine this week. Next year's meet-

in will be held in St. Petersburg.

Principal Hensley has made a fine
record for the last two years as head

of the Ocala schools. The Star highly

approves of the action of the school

board in selecting him to fill the posi
tion for another year.

-There is one town in this county,
the mayor of which has the deadwood
on the police. He says he can fire
three or four marshals and nobody ean
prevent him. He also says that neither
him nor his town marshal receive any
salary, but each gathers in two dollars
apiece for each arrest. If we ever go

to that town, we are going to carry a
five-dollar bill and if the marshal

gathers us in we shall give him the
five-spot, and while he is splitting
with the mayor we will depart in

peace.

LOCAL LEGISLATION

A subscriber sends in this, and
asks that it be dedicated to the mem members
bers members of the Bonita Fishing Club:
All fishermen are dry and sad,
They can no longer go on toots,
With nothing on their hips today
But faded trousers and hip-boots.

Mr. James M. Cathcart, who recent recently
ly recently retired from the office of internal
revenue collector, has written -. the
Star a letter, thanking it for its help

to the government and to him during

his term of office. The Star considers

it a patriotic duty to aid the govern government,
ment, government, and Mr. Cathcart has been such
a competent official that it was a

'pleasure to help him. N

From Dunnellon comes the story of

another phony stock swindle. A good

woman in that town had eight thou thousand
sand thousand dollars, which was about all she
had. Along came a slick-talking
swindler with a bunch of prettily

painted paper, and all that good worn

an has to show for her ?8UUl) is a
' gaudily engraved stock certificate to

hang on the wall.

The Tampa Tribune rather trucu truculently
lently truculently wants to know what -we mean

by mollycoddle. It can find a better
'definition than we can give among the
sayings of Theodore Roosevelt. What
we refer to, however, are parents and

guardians who try to keep their chil

dren in safety from dangerous ma

chines by a policy of segregation, in

stead of teaching the children how
the machines are constructed and how
to handle them. By trying for in in-'
' in-' stance to bring boys up, so far as
firearms are concerned, like they
were so many girls, and letting girls
think guns and pistols are like rat rattlesnakes
tlesnakes rattlesnakes with fangs at each end. By
trying to disarm the honest citizenry
and leave all modern weapons in the

MICKIE SAYS

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City council met June 7th. Present,

D. E. Mclvej, president, B. Goldman,
C. E Simmons, A. T. Thomas and A.
A. Winer.

Petition from the property owners
on Oklawaha avenue requesting that
in the contemplated -street paving
that Oklawaha avenue be not narrow narrowed
ed narrowed in any way. That the shade trees
be unmolested and sidewalk curbing
not changed. Matter was discussed
and given careful consideration.
Communication from Ocala Iron
Works offering to donate cinders for
filling in North Main street was read
and filed. x
Petition from Mack Taylor, W. C.
Ray, R. R. Carroll, et al, asking that
city 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 made
commensurate with the amount of
business that the parties are doing,
was referred to the city attorney to
draw ordinance covering the matter.
Tax certificate No. 5, sale of No November,
vember, November, 1915, being a double was or ordered
dered ordered cancelled.
'Request of -J. L. Leitner to be al allowed
lowed allowed to pay $25 per month on back
taxes until paid, was granted.
Warrant for $500 was ordered
drawn favor Marion County Board of

Trade for advertising purposes as al

lowed in budget. All members "voted
year upon roll call.

Report of City Health Officer Watt

was read and ordered filed.

An ordinance entitled "An ordi

nance providing for the construction
of curbs and gutters along portions of

Main street, North Magnolia street,

Oklawaha' avenue, Washington street,

Watula street, Adams street, Tusca Tusca-willa
willa Tusca-willa street, Anthony road, Herbert
street, Fifth street. Lake Weir ave avenue,
nue, avenue, Broadway, or Exposition street,
Pine street, South Third street, South
Magnolia street, Eighth street. Or Orange
ange Orange street or avenue and Academy
street," was introduced by Council Councilman
man Councilman Thomas, placed upon first read reading
ing reading and referred to the head of the
department of justice.
The following resolution offered by
Mr. Goldman, was adopted:
"Whereas, section 7 of an ordinance
entitled 'An ordinance providing for
the issuance of bonds of the city of
Ocala, Florida, to be designated street
improvement bonds, for the purpose
of paying for part of the cost of
grading, paving and curbing certain
streets, or portions of streets, in the
city of Ocala,' approved the second
day of March, 1920, it is provided that
upon the signing of the bonds and
filling in of the blanks therein, said
bonds shall be delivered to the sink sinking
ing sinking fund commission, to be received
and sold by them in such manner, at
such times, and in such amounts 'as
the council may by resolution direct;
and,
"Whereas, the said bonds have been
signed, and the blanks therein have
been filled in, and the said bonds are
now ready to be issued and sold;
therefore
"Be it resolved by the city council
of the city of Ocala, Florida:
"1. That the said bonds be by the
president of this council delivered to
the sinking fund commission without
delay for which the said president of
this council will take a receipt of the
said sinking fund commission.
"2. Be it further solved that the
said sinking fund commission be and
they are directed to sell the entire
issue of said bonds without delay, at
such price as in their judgment they
may deem proper and right in the
premises."
Mayor Anderson recommended El El-wood
wood El-wood Raymond for the position of
chief of police. The chair appointed
Councilmen Goldman and Thomas as
tellers. Ballot thereupon cast with
the following result: All members
voted no.
Mayor Anderson thereupon handed
in his resignation as mayor and sub submitted
mitted submitted in writing his reasons for
same. Action deferred till next meet meeting.
ing. meeting. The clerk was instructed to have
notice asking for bids on street pav paving
ing paving published in the Times-Union and
Tampa Tribune with June 28th, 1921,
7:30 o'clock p. m., fixed as date to
receive bids.

Mr. Goldman moved that the police
be required to wear uniforms. The
motion prevailed. Messrs. Winer,
Goldman and Simomns were appoint appointed
ed appointed as special committee to decide on
type of uniform.
Mr. Goldman moved that the city

furnish gasoline for city trucks only.
Seconded by Mr. Thomas and carried.
An ordinance entitled "An ordi ordinance
nance ordinance requiring the owners of real
estate along and abutting South San Sanchez
chez Sanchez or Earle street between South
Eighth street and Fort King avenue
to construct sidewalks and curbs, and
along and abutting North Tuseawilla
street between Oklawaha avenue and

East Adams street; Exposition street
or West Broadway between Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street and Twenty-second street,
and Main street between Oklawaha
avenue and May street, to" construct

sidewalks along each and every lot or

lots abutting on said portions of said

streets, where there is no cement

sidewalk or in the case of South San

chez or Earl street no cement side

walk or curb constructed, and autho

rizing the city of Ocala to construct

such sidewalks and curbs in the event
the owners of said lo or lots should
fail or refuse to do so, and providing
for the collection of the costs of such
construction," was returned by head
of department of justice approved.
Ordinance placed upon second read reading,
ing, reading, read and adopted by sections;
thereupon placed upon third and final
reading, read by title and adopted, all
members voting yea upon roll call.
Upon motion of Mr. Winer city at attorney
torney attorney and city clerk were authorized
to get proper description and owner ownership
ship ownership of property called for in side sidewalk
walk sidewalk ordinance pasesd at this meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Upon motion of Mr. Thomas, the
chief of police was instructed to pro proceed
ceed proceed with the collection of personal
tax certificates.

W. R. PEDRICK

J. H. SPENCER

Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.

All
Buicks
Equipped
with
Cord
Tires

MOORE-McGAHAGIN

Buick
Accessories

Buick Agency

All Buicks
Equipped
with
Alemite
Oiling
System

Bdck
Accessories

"VESTA" Battery Ser Service
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GABRIEL "Snubber
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FOR ALL MAKES OF
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GOODYEAR and U. S. TIRES and TUBES
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Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
OCALA, PHONE 271 FLORIDA

Married at the home of the bride's
parents in Tampa, Tuesday morning
last, June the seventh. Miss Alma Mc-

Gahagin to Mr. John Moore. The!
bride is a pretty and charming girl,
who was born in Ocala about twenty
years ago. Her parents are Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. McGahagin Jr., the for former
mer former for years one of Ocala's most effi efficient
cient efficient young business men, the latter
remembered as one of our city's most
charming girls. The bride is "pretty"
much a copy of the girl her mother
was at her age, and all the family
keep the place they held in the hearts
of their friends when they moved to
Tampa about a dozen years ago. The
groom is a clever young business man
of Knoxville, Tenn. The marriage was
a quiet home wedding, only a few rel relatives
atives relatives and close friends being pres present.
ent. present. Among them were Mrs. Mary
Burnett, once of Ocala, now of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, the bride's material grand

mother, and her paternal grandfather,
Gen. W. E. McGahagin of this city.

The young couple left immediately

after the wedding for a honeyraoon
trip to Washington, Niagara and

Canada. They will be at home in

Knoxville after July 1.

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WATCH
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FOR
IMPORTANT
ANNOUNCEMENT
IN A
FEW DAYS
J. M ALEVE R

Bertram Ibbetson & Co.,
Chartered Accountants
of Atlanta, Georgia,
Will open an o&ce in the Commercial Bank Balding
of Ocala, Florida, effective July 1st, 1921, for the
practice of Accounting, Systematizing, Income JTax
Consultation and Preparation of Returns.

Specials Orders Receive Prompt Attention PHONE No. 7

MALTO

10S S. Magnolia St. Next Anti-Monopoly Drug Store g

ATLANTA OFFICE
250 PEACHTREE STREET
-

At the' Ocala Baptist parsonage,
Dr. Charles L. Collins officiating,
Ralph Waldo Wishart and Miss Jua Jua-nita
nita Jua-nita Jones were united in matrimony
about 5 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. Wishart is a Marion county boy,
well known and much liked, who went
to the Manatee section a year or two
ago. The bride, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E. W. Jones, is a very pretty,
seventeen-year-old girl, making up in
cleverness what she lacks in years.
She is much beloved by not only her
relatives but by numerous friends,
including her teachers and fellow
students in the Ocala school.
. The marriage was followed by a
wedding supper at the home of the
bride's parents, after which the happy
couple left for their future home in
Miakka, where Mr. Wishart has built
a pretty bungalow for his bride. The
best wishes of their friends go with
them.

MOORE-ARATUS

Mr. Arthur L. Moore of Winter
Haven, and Mrs. Myra Harmon Ara Ara-tus
tus Ara-tus were united in marriage at the
home of the bride's mother on the
Lake Weir road Wednesday afternoon
at 1 o'clock. The impressive wedding
ceremony was read by Dr. Charles L.
Collins of the First Baptist church.
There were present several relatives
of both the bride and groom, the oc occasion
casion occasion being a most delightful one in
every respect. Following the cere ceremony
mony ceremony a sumptuous wedding luncheon
was served. The happy couple left on
the southbound Seaboard limited train
for Tampa and other South Florida
points and will, shortly, go to Winter
Haven, where they will reside.
No Race Sulcid Here.
Under the microscope the bacteria
found In peat are seen to be animals
of the lowest form, which reproduce
themselves by splitting Into two parts.
Under favorable conditions two bac bacteria
teria bacteria grow from one every forty min minutes.
utes. minutes. Those -who wish to carry out
the mathematical progression will find
that a single bacteria will have In Increased
creased Increased to about 165,000,000,000.000 In
24 hours. Of course many billions of
them die In that time, or they would
soon overrun the planet and crowd off
every other form of life.

hi

Dubious Propct.
"I saw Dubson dining with

fiancee last evening.
"Did he look happy T
-"Not exactly. Her mother and three
older sisters were present. He looked
to me like a young man who was
wondering if that was Just an Isolated
Instance or was liable to become a
fixed habit Birmingham AxHer-ald.

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At EUJack Taylor's Filling Station, Opposite Postoff ice

1. Hudson Cut down truck with cab body, good 14. Ford 1919 Touring; good condition; terms if
running order. wanted. Four other Fords not Listed.
2. Chevrolet Good paint and tires, good running 15. Maxwell 1919 Touring; first class condition;
order; terms if wanted. terms if wanted.
3. Empire 1919 A nearly new car, full seven pass- 17. Dodge 1917 First class condition; terms if
. enger, Continental Motor. Terms. wanted.
4. Overland 1915 Good running order and good 20. Maxwell Truck Late type, first class mechan mechan-tires.
tires. mechan-tires. ical condition, good front, brand new rear, cord
5. Dodge-All winter Limousine; top; good con- tires; with or without trailer and attachment;
dition. terms if wanted.
'
6. 1914 Velie Good motor, Bosch magneto; no 22. Overland 1917-Good tires; Bosch magneto;
tires. runs good.
7. Buick 1914 Good running condition; fair tires. 23. Baby Grand Chevrolet 1918 Good tires and
, ; 1: 7- T top; O. K. running order.
8. Maxwell Cut down truck in first class run-
ning order; good tires. 25. Chevrolet 49 0 1920 First class condition;
- f : j- -777. terms if wanted.
9. Buick six Seven passenger; good condition, : :
terms if wanted. 27. Chevrolet Roadster 1919 Good running con-
10. Studebaker 1914 Good tires and good running dltion- :
order. 30. Maxwell Touring Late 1920 model; strictly
11. Ford-Light delivery truck; good running order first class in every respect; fully equipped; easy
good tires. payments. ;
12. Overland 1919 Good running order; new top, 34. Chalmers-Seven passenger in first class con con-good
good con-good tires. dition. ;

i All Cars and Trucks Guaranteed as Represented
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I Over Two Hundred New Cars and Trucks Will be on Gale at This Big Ocala Automobile
Day Sale, and a Discount Will be Given all Persons Ordering or Buying Cars on This Day
I By the Ocala Automobile Big Day Committee. W. L- Gray manager of Gale P. O. Dox 232
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OCALA EVENING STAB. THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1921

MISS ANNIE ROONEY
WON THE MEDAL

. The Florida Society of the Colonial
Eames of America some weeks ago
offered a medal to that high school
student of the state who should pre present
sent present the best essay on the assigned
subject, "The English Occupation of
Florida and -Dr. Turnbull's Coloney at
New Smyrna." Miss Annie Rooney,
the valedictorian of this year's grad graduating
uating graduating class, entered the contest and
has just reeehred word that she is the
winner of the medal. The committee
of award sends congratulations and
predicts-" for her great success as a
writer, stating that the story was
beautifully told, the data consecutive consecutively
ly consecutively put together and the whole essay -a
rare gem.
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FOR THE LADY WHO CARES

The exact thing you want you will
find at Hooper's Milady Beauty 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. V 27-tf

JENNINGS-DREHER

The Star has received the following
wedding announcement, which will be
of interest to many Ocala people:
Mrs. Mary L. Dreher announces the
marriage of her daughter, Ruth to
Mr. Lester Windsor Jennings, Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, the fifth of June, 1921, Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, Florida.

JOHN W- GIBSON

Mr. Gibson died at his home at
Weirsdale Tuesday morning. There
was a brief funeral service at his
residence at 11 o'clock Wednesday
morning. The body will be shipped
to his old home at North, S. C, where
interment will be -made. Mr. Gibson
had been living at Weirsdale about
four years and had several large
groves there. He leaves a brother, J.
Lewis Gibson, living in South Caro Carolina.
lina. Carolina. Roberts & Spencer had charge

of the arrangements.

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

ICE CREAM SOCIAL

PIANO RECITAL

The Fellowship B. Y. P. U. will! The piano recital by Miss Wart Wart-give
give Wart-give an ice cream supper on Friday j mann's pupils, which took place last
night, June 17th, at the Fellowship j evening at 7:45 o'clock at her studio
Baptist church. There will be amuse-. on Sanchez street, far surpassed all
ments and plenty of eats. Every one, the pleasant anticipations that the au au-is
is au-is cordially invited to attend and j dience had looked forward to. Prompt Prompt-bring
bring Prompt-bring your friends. i ly at that hour the studio was filled
Geneva McCully, Chmn. jt its capacity with friends and rela-
,i tives of both teacher and pupils. Add-

HEMSTITCHING

There is a hemstitching expert in
the Singer Sewing Machine Company's
office in Ocala, at 317 North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street, where all work of this kind,
including picoting, is turned out on
short notice, and every, niece is guar-

ing coziness and an inviting appear appearance
ance appearance to this artistic studio were all
sorts of garden flowers prettily ar arranged
ranged arranged with asparagus fern.
There were twenty numbers on the
program, but Miss Wartmann's full
class numbers thirty-two, and each
performer rendered her selection in a
style that showed great individuality.

anteed Why send your work of this :

nature out of town? Mail orders re-jstudy and training. H. M. Baxter was
ceive prompt attention. the only performer and the ren-
8-6t Singer Sewing Machine Co. dition of his selection was excellent.

TheIass is divided into two depart-

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

14 pounds of sugar for one dollar,

with a dollar's worth of other groc

eries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.

tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.

Bright color Percales, 36 inches.

Were 50c., now 19c, at FISHEL'S. 3t

Garcia de Oro, that mfld Havana

filler cigar 10c at all dealers. 5-tf

Attractive ads. pay big dividends.

PnEES 11

THE UNIVERSAL CAT

Cars

Touring, Regular, $413 $440
Touring, Starter 485 510
Roadster, Regular 370 395
Roadster, Starter 440 465
Coupe, Starter, 695 745
Sedan, Starter, 760 795
Truck, 495 545
Above Prices f. o. b. Detroit

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Ocala

TUCIffii & 1
DEALERS

HROQNS

Florida

ments, primary and junior, and it was
remarkable the skill with which the
little tots executed their pieces. They
had the composure and self possession
of experienced performers and each
selection was rendered without notes
and without any hesitation. There are
several members of the senior class
who not only show study .and training
but marvelous talent. Their pelec pelec-tions
tions pelec-tions were greatly enjoyed. Miss
Wartmann's ability as an instructor
is well proven by her pnpils. Each

(one vividly exhibited a personal in-

teerst and training of their teacher.
The program was as follows:
Graceful Dance (C. Frederic)
Laurie Hampton.
Cherry Blossoms (Wright) Mar Martha
tha Martha Taylor.
The Contented Bird (Powe) Dor Dorothy
othy Dorothy Walkley.
Fairy Riders (Harker) Mary
Cam.
Gnomes (Harker) Mary Blowers.
The. Jolly nunters (Merkel) Eliz Elizabeth
abeth Elizabeth Thackerson.
A Castle in Spain Mana Zuca) H.
M. Baxter.
(a) Bolero; (b) Varsoviana (Sch (Sch-mell)
mell) (Sch-mell) Noelwah Blankenship.
Hongroise (Stiehl) Daisy Clem Clements.
ents. Clements. (a) Bavardapre (Grimaldi) (b) To
a Wild Rose (MacDowell) Francis
Drake.
Mazurka (Kavanaug-h) .Jean Bit Bitting.
ting. Bitting. Chaconne (Durand) Cora May Pil Pil-lans.
lans. Pil-lans. Vagrant Love (Frinil) Drapron Fly
(Nevin) Louise Clements.
Slavik Dana (Dvorak) Marsraret
Chace.
Capricho (Blanco) Natalia Min Min-shall.
shall. Min-shall. Shepherds All and Maiden-"" Fair
(Nevin) Mary Scott.
The Harp (Junkman) Chivalette
Smith.
Les Willis (Chaminade) Cornelia
Dozier.
Kammenoi Ostrow (Rubenstein)
Olive Whaley.
Polonaise in A (Chopin) Elizabeth
Wetherbee.
Rondo in C Minor (Beethoven) Pre

lude in C. Sharp Minor (Rachmani (Rachmaninoff)
noff) (Rachmaninoff) Annie MacKax.

CAN NOT HIDE WEAKNESSES
Philadelphia Writer Draws a Moral
From th Life and Works of
Two Men
There were two men.
One. In order to hide his faults from
the eyes of the public, surrounded him

self with many friends, better than
himself In character.
The other man had a single friemi.
as sterling in character, sympathies
and perceptions as himself.
In the first case the man fooled the
public, which seemed to see hhu
through his friends.

In the second case, however, the

man and his friend were misunder misunderstood
stood misunderstood and neglected by the public
The first man, during life, wa
praised and flattered, for, being very

wealthy, he could very easily purchase

empty words, but not loved or re respited.
spited. respited. The second man, after death, was at
last understood, respected, honored
nd loved, but to no avail; for he
could not he brought back from the
prave.
It was a case of the same old story
of an unjust. Mind world.
Moral Armor will not hide one's
weaknesses. Charles Fingennan, In
the Philadelphia -Record.

Thoroughbreds and Jackasses.
The Baldwin locomotive works got
au order' for a monster locomotive.
It was shipped In fifteen days.
"IIow did you do It?" one of the
t ilicials was asked.
"Organization." he responded. "Or "Organization
ganization "Organization is the art of getting, men
to resjMind like Thoroughbreds. When
you cluck to a thoroughbred he glTes
you all the speed and strength of
heart and sinew he has In him. When
yon cluck to a jackass he kicks."
Here is an Illustration worth while,
which surely applies to men as well
as lower animals.
A wonderful thing is the ability to
respond with complete efficiency when whenever
ever whenever called upon.
And a more wonderful thing Is to
be able to get other men to respond
that way when you call upon them.
That Is what the great men of In Industry
dustry Industry as well as of war have leen
able to accomplish. Gulf Coast
Lumberman.

Practical Bible Warning.
"There are extraordinary sarcasms
in coincidences." says Alexander
Black, author of "The Seventh Angel"
i-.nd 'The Great Desire," "One night a
thief made off with my overcoat from
a restaurant. It Mas not the sort of
restaurant in which one Is admonished
to 1 alert. Moreover, I had never
been robbed of anything in my life. I
had had no admonitory experience.
Naturally the Incident made a rather
profound Impression. -The weather
deejiened that impression.
"That same night I happened to open
my Bible to verify the location of the
verse from which I took the title of
The Seventh Angel. And In the verse
Immediately preceding I read these
startling words: 'Blessed Is he that
watcheth and keepeth his garments.

USED FORD CARS

One 191G Ford Touring $275.00
One 1914 Ford Touring $175.00
One 1914 Ford Truck $150.00
6t AUTO SALES CO.,
Phone 348. Mack Taylor.

1 EQUIPMENT

is absolutely nece Qary 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

Costumes of Much Distinction
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CORNER HARRINGTON HALL
Hotel, Saturday,
JUNE Uth V
Soatemn to Ladies end Children
THE VOGUE

SERVICE

QUALITY

Crescent Grocery
PAY CASH Tnfcouposs PAY LESS
" SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY
13 lbs. Granulated Sugar SI. CO
Not over $2 worth to a customer
1 lb. can Red Salmon i . J23

S OPPOSITE GEO, MacKAY & CO'S. STORE
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Carrolls Motors Co.
Ocala, Florida
Maxwell and Chamlers Autos
And Maxwell Trucks

Champion Plugs
For All Cars

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WORK A

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SPECIALTY

BLOCKS, BRICK, CURB, SIDEWALK
Artificial Stone

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WHITE" STAK LINE-

Nerotiable Storaf c Receipts Irad oa Cotton. Antomooile tc

movx, pacx, ship LONG DISTANCE MOVING
LIVE STOCK,
sassss"0 Phone 296
furnitube; etc.

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CHOOSING a costume for the bridt
Is a momentons matter, but not
difficult. ChooInp a costume -for the
mother of the brM or groom !g ab absorbingly
sorbingly absorbingly Interesting an.l somewhat
difficult. Above nil thinp thee
mothers must achieve distinction In
their apparel for th tfreat occasion
and begin this accomplishment by ex exercising
ercising exercising taste that I above reproach.
They must not make the pathetic mis mistake
take mistake of dressing t youthfully or the
commonplace one of selecting styles

that are ordinary or too elderly. The
choice In styles depend upon the sil-

costnmes pictured here are example
of st.vles that may be worn with a a-fnrance.
fnrance. a-fnrance. At the left a pray georgette
over satin 1 covered with outline em
broidery In ilk cord and bead, and
1 all in ore vtor.
The blak lace dres with witii.
bodice at the right of the picture ha:
a ribbon girdle, king's bine on one aide
and silver on the other. The skirt of
lace flouncing reveal an apron of
white lace over the black satin foun foundation.
dation. foundation. The hat must be Imagined In

silver cloth and king's blue, with soft.

full veil of black lace draped acrot
the backr It U a lovely adornment

houette more than anything ele. and

that which ha been found most be- fr the gray hair of Its wearer,

coming in the past should be retained.
Some mother, and grandmother
even, retain a youthful fp.ee and figure,
and for them thr1 are d!pnlfed ex examples
amples examples of currer.t styles "that make
a selection easy. The two handsome

THE WIMDSOE MOTEL
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the heart of the eity with Hemminj: Park for a front yard.
Every modern conTenienc in each room. Dining' room aerriea U
second to som

ROBERT AL i MEYER
llanafer.

J. E."KAVANAUGII
Proprietor.

NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Crease
CSED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed ...L00
Cars Polished X0
Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St
Phone 252

Genuine Mary Jane "KEDS" reduc reduced
ed reduced to 25 at FISHEL'S. ?-3t

SASH

DOOR

Geo. filaqKay 8- Co.-
' HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

Ladies' $5 HATS reduced to
4 and $4-50 HATS reduced to 1238.
at FISHEL'S. 2-St

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OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, JUNE 9. 1921

,ih. You have often thought

you
eyes
examined "wm
Sc' day."
Why delay longer.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist
C Cecil Bryant
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Gary Block, Over 19c Store
PHONE 332X
iin:iiiiiiniiiTm
Midsummer hats and sport hats for
mountain or seashore, just received at
FISHEL'S. 2-3t
D. E. llcIVER
A U T

Now Ready for Delivery at- Oeala

OCALA CADILLAC COMPANY
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Ocala, Florida

KINDT'S MUSIC STORE
Pianos and Organs Phonographs and Records
Sewing Machines and Supplies
Expert Repairing of Phonographs, Setting Machines,
Organs and Pianos
Thank yon for your patronage 306 N. MAGNOLIA ST.

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OCALA,
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Boy 'Scouts of America
A. R. Cassil, Sccutmaster
Meets every Friday night at the

Library, at 8ao o'clock. Visiting
Scouts are alwavs welcome.
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
' AND BUILDER
Careful e? timates made on all con
tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
There's no extra charge" for clean
ing yourfjsh at the City Fish Market
Phone 158. tf
Bring us your job work.
AAAAAAJ
R. R. CARROLL

D1LLAC

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DobgeBrothers

Announce a

REDUCTION

the Price of their cars, effective

June 8th

MJTWD SALES GO).

Mack
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OCALA

US

If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mrs. Toole of Georgia is a visitor in
the city, the guest of Mrs. Layton and
Mrs. Barnett at the Colonial hotel.
EVERWEAR HOSIERY, the best
ever and cheaper now, on sale at
FISHEL'S. ' 2-3t
The Star was presented with a
splendid melon this morning by Mr.
J. D. Williams and Mr! W. T. Stevens
of the Marion Farms. Thanks.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
14 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc
eries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf H. B. WHTTTINGTON.
Mrs. J. T. Nelson and daughter,
Miss Edna Roberts are in Live Oak,
guests of Mr. and. Mrs. M. M. Fox
worth and family.
GOODS SOLD AS CHEAP AS
ANY SO-CALLED SALES. There's
a reason. TRY US. FISHEL'S. 2-3t
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead has returned
home after an extended business trip
through the north in the interest of
the Florida Citrus Exchange.
SI VOILES reduced to 65 cents at
FISHEL'S. . 2-3t
Miss Lola Pope has returned to
Plant City after a weeks' visit to rela
tives in Gulf Hammock and Ocala
Miss Pope is a graduate of the Mar
ion County Hospital.
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar
anteed.
' (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD!
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 cm NYork-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesaayj Thursday, Saturday.
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Taylor

A R AD SCHEDULES

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

14 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc
eries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf H. B. WHTTTINGTON.
Miss Wenona Wetherbee, who has
been attending school at New Haven
the past winter and also the normal
school of gymnastics in Boston, is now
having a pleasant visit at the home
of her uncle. Dr. Roswell Wetherbee
in Boston. From there Miss Wether-
bee will go to Concord, where she will
visit her cousin, Mrs. Frederick Wood
at her summer camp.
Misses Ruth Simmons and Caroline
White who accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Cook to Kissimmee yesterday,
remained in Orlando for today's ball
game. They will return this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. In order to make room for -our La
dies' midsummer HATS we are abso absolutely
lutely absolutely sacrificing our SPRING HATS.
FISHEL'S. 2-3t
Mrs. J. E. Chace, daughter and son,
Margaret and Richard, leave Monday
afternoon for Chautauqua Lake, N.
Y, where they will spend the sum summer.
mer. summer. Dr. and Mrs. Chace's sons,
James, Robert and Hugh will attend
a camp in the north for the summer
months. En route to Chautauqua
Lake Mrs. Chace and children will
pay a visit to the former's sister, Mrs.
Powell, and their mother, Mrs.
Thompson, who is now visiting Mrs.
Powell will accompany Mrs. Chace to
New York.
FORD, 1921 touring; spot light, Al
shape. Price right. Terms to suitable
party. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. 9-tf
John and Edward Cook since the
closing of school are with their father,
Mr. Fred W. Cook in his grocery and
meat business and will assist him in
still further carrying out his slogan
of "prompt service" during the sum summer.
mer. summer. FORD, 1921 touring; spot light, Al
shape. Price right. Terms to suitable
party. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. 9-tf
Mrs. Sam Frazier and two children
of Lakeland will arrive in Ocala the
first of the week for a visit at the
home of Mrs. Frazier's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Burnett and family.
Just received a select line of auto
sponges and chamois skins at Anti-
Monopoly Drugstore. Phone 123.
7t
Each week sees an increase in our
production of cinnamon rolls. Try
them and youll know the reason.
Federal Bakery. 2-6t
All Garcia de Oro cigars wrapped in
tinfoil 10c. at all dealers. 5-tf
FLORIDA

LOOK! LOOK!

1S16 Ford Touring. $190.00
1917 light Ford Truck $200.00
Good tires and in good condition.
Spencer-Pedrick Motor C. 9-tf
Mrs. DeWitt Griffin and baby are in
Tampa vising the former's mother,
Mrs. Wetherell. Mrs. Griffin went to
Tampa especially at this time to be I
present at the marriage of her sister,
which was a large event of last eve
ning.
If you smoke cigars why not get
the best? Ask for Garcia de Oro 10c
at all dealers. 5-tf
Mr. bam Mathews of Tampa is
spending his vacation in this city and
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.- C IL
Mathews, at Candler.
Mrs. Ed Carroichael will entertain
tomorrow afternoon at four o'clock
the members of Dickison Chapter, U.
D. C at her apartments in the Ocala
flouse.
The Ocala Eastern Star Chapter
will hold its regular meeting this eve
ning at 8 o'clock. All member urged
to be present.
Mr. L. H. Chazal has returned from
St. Augustine, where he attended the
meeting of the state commercial sec
retaries.
75 TIRES,
oZx3ft slightly used; off or 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.
BUSINESS SERVICE BUREAU
Stenography
Typewriting, Multigraphing,
Room 7, Merchants Block
PHONE 508, OCALA, FLA.
Residence Phone 593 and 98
LOOK! LOOK!
1916 Ford Touring $190.00
1917 Light Ford Truck .$200.00
Good tires and in good condition.
Spencer-Pedrick Motor oC. 9-tf
W. K. Lane, M. D, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent star.
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalnera
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Ocala, Fla.
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
V ANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOB
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-ILAR
ILAR SIM-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FURNISHED ROOMS For rent.
Apply at 704 East Third street, cor cor-ner
ner cor-ner Sanchez street 31-6t-dh
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
FOR SALE Oldsmobile eight in fine
running shape. A bargain. jMur
phy's Garage.
84t
FOR SALE Eight registered Duroc
' pigs, cheap for cash; two 50-gallon
steel drums. H. S. Barnwell, Martin,
FlaT 8-4 1
WANTED Position as stenographer
or typewriter. Good references.
Miss Hoyt Martin, Belleview, Flor.
ida. 8-t
FOR SALE Ford roadster, newly
painted, and engine in splendid con
- dition. Tires all good, three prac practically
tically practically new. $260 cash. George N.
Looney, Box 518, Ocala. 8-6t
HAULING When yon have trunks,
baggage or moving to do let L. E.
Cordrey do it for you. Prompt serv service.
ice. service. Now, don't forget the phone
number 434. 6-4-lm
HELP WANTED We want ten
clerks at once to assist in our big
sacrifice sale. Apply to J. Malever,
at B. Goldman's old stand, west of
courthouse. 9-3t
WANTED Position as housekeeper.
Prefer private home. Have had nec necessary
essary necessary experience. Apply 404 South
Orange street, Ocala. 9-3t
NOTICE
Of .4UtlM tmr Tu D4
Vu4r
Seetl S, Chapter Atom,
Law r Viariaa
Notice la iiereby glren that Catherine
E. MoQuay, purchaser of taji certifi certificate
cate certificate No. 4C, dated the rnd dr of Jose.
A. D. 1919, hu -filed said certificate rn
my office, and haa made application Cor
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embrace the following-
described property situated in
Marion county. Florida, to-wit: EVi of
lot 9 of See 9 Tp 1J 8 R !i E. The aald
land fcekur assessed at the date of Is
suance of such certificate in the name
of F. W. Otorer. Unleea aald certifi certificate
cate certificate shall be redeemed according tw
law, tax deed will issue thereon the
11th day ( JaJy, A. D. 121
Witness my official signature and
seal this the srh day of June. A. 1921.
(Seal) T. D. IANCaSTER, JR.
Clerk -C!rcurit Court. iMarion County.
Florida. S-9-Thurs
USED FORD CARS
One 1916 Ford Touring 1275.00
One 1914 Ford Touring $175.00
One 19 J4 Ford Truck 1150.00
6t AUTO SALES CO,
Phone 343. Mack Taylor.

Attractive ads. pay big dividends.

TO DISCOURAGE GAMBLING
In an effort to discourage gam-.
bUng, Manager Tris Speaker of
the Cleveland Indiana will not
announce his pitchers overnight
during the regular season, as
had been Ms policy.

Diamond
Squibs
Southern league dab managers ere
planning to take out rain Insurance.
Jim Dsns of the Indians spent $7,-
900 for baseballs winning a pennant.
They'll soon be calling- Babe -Rath
the George Kelly of the American
league.
.
The Giants hare Dutch Reather of
the Dodgers pegged as a deceitful
pitcher.
Fifty-two player reported for try-
outs with the Grand Rapids Centra)
league club.
.ic Aitrock is selling nlmseir as
good as ever around the American
league circuit.
Ball clubs usually play best on their
own diamonds. That's a good ad for
borne cooking.
Total home runs made by Babe
Ruth will soon pass the mark of 117,
set by Gavvy Cravath.
-
uonnie Alack nas signed up one
more collegian. He's still looking for
another Eddie Collins.
Leland Stanford nnlrerslty is bar
ing a baseball pavilion to accommo
date 3.000 spectators built
a. scattered few can pity the base
ball "maps, but think of serving as
referee In a chess match.
St. Louis fans are now wondering
why two ball dobs from thl same town
play the same kind of ball.
National league pitchers have figured
out a way to stop George Kelly's
home run streak. They 11 walk hint
.
Given a chance to play regularly,
Art Phelan has shown the Fort Worth
mangement what a valuable player be
is.
When Connie Mack's kids stage a
bitting rally they are 'credited with
getting excited instead of showing a
punch.
"Ton hare my approral te keep any
balls batted Into the stands this year,"
says Boss Dunn to his Clereland
patrons.
One great source of satisfaction td
Manager Gibson of the Pirates la the
good control Elmer Ponder has been
showing.
Holdouts discover tbat baseball Is
getting common like the police, the
ready answer now being: "Aw, tell It
to th' Judge."
George Stephen Thompson, right
fielder on the Lehigh university team,
receatly fell heir to S75O.00O left him
by an uncle.
Walter Johnsen's arm may not be
as good as erer, but It Is good enough
te get the ball by a lot of American
league batters.
Harold Traynor, sent by Pittsburgh
to Birmingham, broke in with a big
noise as a Baron, getting four hits
In his first game.
The Tigers have signed Leslie My
ers, captain of the University of Cali California
fornia California nine, for a tryout next year.
Myers la an outfielder.
Fred PfelTer, old-time second base baseman,
man, baseman, was bumped into by an automo automobile
bile automobile recently and has been la a Chi
cago hoepltal for repairs.
Fred Clarke, who coached Lefty
Grimm of the Pirates In hitting at Hot
Springs; seems to hare done the young
flrst baseman some good.
Joey lewell and RJ gg Stephenson.
rookie Indians, have upset the well well-known
known well-known dope that experience la neces
sary for a professional career.
. Henry Groh, holdout third base
man of the Cincinnati Keds, has
again declared he will not Join the
dub under any circumstances.
- a
The name of Bryan Harris, Connie
slack's string-beaa pitcher, .will go
down in history. Babe Bath's first
touch In 1921 was made off the Texan.
Center Fielder Johnny Kostll of the
White Sox has been having treuble
with lameness in his legs .and this
gives Amos S trunk a chance te break
In.
a
One by one- Jndge Landia is getting
acquainted with the big league stars.
"See tl.e Judge first,"- Is a mighty
haudy way for managers to quaff away
their troubles.
a
Dud Brannon, the youngster from
Enid. na hovrn such. qualities with
Kansas City that Manager Knabe has
made him the regular tint baseman,
ending Bunny Brief to right field.
75 TIRES
32x3 H slightly used; off of new
ears, at $16 each. These tires are
guaranteed tires, standard makes, U.
S, Firestone. Goodyear, Goodrich and
Republic AUTO SALES CO,
Ct Phone 343. Mack Taylor.
5t quart second-hand galraaixed
iron for sale at $159 per square. R.
FL Todd Lumber Co. 8-4 1

The
Russell
Blunt
i
A Handmade
Product of
QsaUty

We clam this is
the eld .reliable
nickel ciar hack
home again.
TRY ONE
AND SEE
B.F.
Russell
"Manufacturer
120 S. Main St.
Ocala, Florida
LT.ELMU
Fire
Insurance
- Ocala, Florida
Our Specialty Is
MAZON & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig'c
' Drug Store
We Knock the Spots
Out o! Things.
Ladies' and Men's Garments
Cleaned
and Dyed in
- Manner
a Superior
Send us your garments and have
them CLEANED CLEAN. We call
for and deliver work promptly.
La-Donde Cleaning Co.
Orer Jirash Grocery Co.
HARRY A. STEIN, Prop.
PHONE 525
75 TIRES
4.
32x3 Vs 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. Hack 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.
Slack Taylor.
Just received, shipment of THOM THOMSON'S
SON'S THOMSON'S G LOVE-FITTING CORSETS.
FISHEL'S. 2-2t
NOTICE OF SALE OF
SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS
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.
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: fire per
cent interest, payable senu-annuuily,
maturing as follows:

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One bond due and payable July 1st, A

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 bends due and payable 1 Ju!;f
1st, 1940.
The board reserves the right io re-
ject any and all bids. All comumca comumca-tions
tions comumca-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. t
27-tf . IL G. Ehe&Sy, Secy.

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