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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, .1921
GOOD GAME AT
Oeala Went Visiting and Brought
Home the Bacon by a Three to
(By L T. I.)
The Ocala fans who went to Winter
Garden yesterday afternoon saw a
spanking good ball game and saw the
Ocala team come out on the top side
of the score, with the first shut-out
we have played this year.
Winter Garden has a fast clay dia diamond
mond diamond and the Winter Garden boys
-AvJlay -a good game of ball. Time after
time in yesterday's game it looked as
if they would tie the score or maybe
win the game from us. Quite a large
number of fans went with the team to
Winter Garden and all report having
a good time. The roads were good and
the game was good. The team played
better ball because it had the support
of these loyal fans and the team ap-
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The special feature of the game
yesterday was a star catch by Pounds,
shortstop for Winter Garden, when he
' ran tack and robbed Harry Wood of
a hit in the first inning. The fielding
of Kirlen, center fielder for Winter
Garden, a running catch by Clements
in the eighth inning, a pretty catch
of a fly by Harold Smith in the fifth
and a long running catch by Liddell In
the third. Strickland made a leap
into .the rare ether in the ninth and
stopped what would have been a bad
overthrow. The game by innings:
First inning: Ocala got two hits in
the first inning but failed to make a
run out of them. Liddell had the first
chance at bat and went out, second to
first. .Strickland struck out. Brooks
singled. Clements followed with a
two-bagger, sending Brooks to third.
Wood got'': what would have been a hit
almost every time but Pounds robbed j
him and retired the side. Winter Gar Garden
den Garden was not to be outdone by her vis visitors,
itors, visitors, so she also took two hits in the
first. Donahue lead off by making
the first out, catcher to first. Shana Shana-han
han Shana-han got a single. Pounds hit a j
grounder to Fred Luff man who forced j
Shanahan at second. Waits singled,
advancing Pounds to third, but Bow-!
yer struck out.
Second inning: Crocker tightened
up a little and Ocala didn't reach first
in the second inning. Winler Garden
eared us again when Kirlen led off
with a hit. "Bennett sacrificed him to
second. Kindred hit a grounder to
Mickler who. threw to Luff man at
third. Kirlen tried to turn and go
back to second but Luff man and Smith
caught him out between the bases.
Crocker went out third to first. (And
speakmg of third to first, the fielding
of Fred Luffman deserves special
mention. That boy handled six
chances yesterday without a bingle).!
.Third inning. Ocala made two runs
in the third. Mickler got a two-bagger,
then Crocker made the fatal er error
ror error of walking that fast little Jimmie
Liddell. Strickland struck out. The
next man, Brooks was lucky and drew
an error from shortstop, while Mick Mickler
ler Mickler scored. Clements got his second
two-bagger and Liddell scored. Wood
, hit a fly to center that looked as if it
would not be caught and Brooks was
not touching up on third so was not
able to score on it after Kirlen caught
the ball. Smith struck out. Winter
Garden made a mighty effort again
in the third and things looked gloomy
for us but came out better than we
expected. Donahue led off with a fly
to center. Shanahan hit a hot one be
tween second and first. Strickland
ran after it and could have fielded
it but was too anxious to get it and
start back to the bag to beat Shana Shanahan
han Shanahan so he picked up his hand before
the ball got there. Smith was back backing
ing backing him up but was so certain that
Strickland had the ball that when it
came on he missed it clean and Shan Shanahan
ahan Shanahan stood on first giving them the
horse-laugh. Mickler hit Pounds on
the arm and advanced Shanahan to
second. (Pounds had to be taken out
of the game on account of his arm).
Waits hit a long fly between center
and right that looked like two or
three bases but Liddell started on the
crack of the bat. Everybody held their
breath as he raced with the ball and
it was nip and tuck until they met,
but Liddell overcame the ball and won
a series of yells from the Ocala root rooters
ers rooters and groans from the Winter Gar Garden
den Garden people. Bowyer went out. third
to first and retired the side scoreless.
Fourth inning. Ocala didnt even
think of smelling first. Winter Gar-
MM IS III
! Resumes His Post in Order Uat Sale
of Bonds for Street Improve Improvement
ment Improvement be Not Delayed
Mayor Anderson has withdrawn his
resignation tendered to the council a
few days ago. The reason for this is
that it has been found that the bonds
for street improvement cannot be
sold at once without his signature,
and if they are not sold now it will
be at least eight months more before
they can be. As this would be a de decided
cided decided blow to the public interest, Mr.
Anderson has shoved his personal
feelings into the background and for
the time being resumed his office.
den didn't even contemplate thinking
Fifth inning. Ocala was still dor dormant
mant dormant but Winter Garden showed
some signs of life. Donahue led off
with a bunt down the first base line
that both Dinkins and Mickler tried
to field. Mickler finally got his paws
on the ball but he had kicked it
around too much before picking it up
and Donahue was on first. Shanahan
hit a pop fly back of second and
Smith ran back after it and it stuck
in his glove for a pretty play. Wil Wilson
son Wilson batting for Pounds went out pit pitcher
cher pitcher to first and Waits made third out,
second to first.
Sixth inning. Clements led off fcr
Ocala and struck out. "Wood got a
single by beating out an infield hit to
third. Third then overthrew and
Wood went to second. Smith singled
and Wood scored. Smith reaching sec second
ond second on the throw to the plate. Din Din-kins
kins Din-kins hit to pitcher and Smith reached
third safely while Dinkins made first
on the play. Luffman hit to pifcher
and Smith was caught at the plate.
Dinkins went to sleep on third and
was caught off base. Winter Garden
didn't make any excitement in the
! sixth. Ocala 3, Winter Garden 0.
Seventh inning: Ocala took the one,
two, three route to the bench, this
time. Kindred started the Winter
Garden hoys off with a single. Crocker
bunted to Mickler for an error but
that made Mike, mad and he tightened
down and struck Donahue out, took a
- n m oil 1 3
I Jicue pop Jiy irom cnananan anu
struck Wilson out.
Eighth inning: Wood got on base
by an error after two were down but
he died on first when Smith went out,
pitcher to first. Waite started Win Winter
ter Winter Garden on with an error on the
part of Smith. Bowyer popped up a
foul to Dinkins and we would have
secured a nice double but Smith drop dropped
ped dropped the throw at second. Kirlen
drew an error from Mickler and they
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that looked like a hit and one or two
runs but Clements robbed him.
Ninth inning. Ocala retired spon spontaneously
taneously spontaneously thi stime. Crocker led off
for the Winter Garden boys and went
ut, pitcher io first. Donahue got a
hit but they didn't advanec him.
Shanahan flew out to Liddell and Wil-
out. Ocala 3, Winter
The Box Score
AB R H PO A
Donahue, 1st 5 0 1 6
Shanahan, 2nd ....5 0 1 2
Pounds, 3rd 0 0 0 0
Waits, If 4 0 11
Boyer, ss-3rd 4 0 0 2
Kirlen, cf 4 0 1 4
Bennett, rf 3 0 0 0
Vindred, c-3rd 3 0 1 9
Crocker, p 3 0 1 0
Wilson, c 3 0 0 3
36 0 6 27 9
AB R H PO A
Smith, 2nd 4
Dinkins, c 4
Luffman, 3rd 4
Mickler, p 4
25 3 6 27 13 5
Score by innings:
Winter Garden 000 000 0000
Ocala .002 001 0003
Summary: Two-base hits, Clements,
2, Mickler; hits off Crocker, 6, off
Mickler, 6; sacrifice hit, Bennett;
stolen base, Dinkins; hit by pitcher,
Mickler, 1; base on balls, off Crocker,
1; struck out by Crocker, 9, by Mick
It was a good game and those who
missed it will always regret that they
Possible that the Reports of His Re Recently
cently Recently Delivered Speech
London, June Ifi. Admiral Sims'
reply to Secretary Denby's request for
an explanation of his speech delivered
here Tuesday expresses the opinion of
Sims that some parts of the speech to
which objection has been 'taken were
garbled. This was learned unofficial unofficially
ly unofficially but on good authority. In his an answer
swer answer to Secretary Denby Admiral
Sims declared he said nothing in the
address which he had not said before
in speeches in the United States and
in his book.
JAIL DELIVERY IX JAX
Fifteen Prisoners Cut their Way
Liberty with a Hacksaw
Jacksonville, June 10. Sheriff's
deputies and the police are combing
the city today in an effort to capture
as many as possible of the fifteen ne negroes
groes negroes who escaped from the Duval
county jail shortly after midnight
this morning. The tars were severed
with a hacksaw smuggled to one pris prisoner.
oner. prisoner. Ropes of bedclothing were used
by the negroes to lower themselves
from the windows and scale the wall
about the jail yard. The alarm was
given by a negro trusty awakened
just after the fifteenth prisoner had
disappeared over the wall.
IN THEIR SHIPS
St. Johns, June 10. The American
freights teamer Chariot, which struck
an iceberg yesterday, arrived here to today.
day. today. The British steamer Seapool,
which hit an iceberg Wednesday, ar
rived last night. Fo gprevented the
ookout on the Seapool from seeing
CANDIDATES FOR MIAMI'S
Miami, June 10. The presidents of
five leading financial institutions have
consented to become candidates for
the city commission here and petitions
to place them in nomination for the
election July 12th are being circulated
LIKELY TO BE
Tampa, June 10. All votes on the
ocation of Southern College are due
to be cast today, but will not be
counted until the trustees meet at
Sutherland Tuesday. Sentiment is
almost unanimously in favor of Lake-
A GREAT AND GOOD
MAN HAS PASSED ON
Dallas, Tex., June 10. Dr. J. B.
Campbell, retired president of the
Southern Baptist convention, died at
the home of his daughter here today.
Dr. Campbell, who was 79 years -of
age, nad been in ill neaitn since reo-
MAKING GOOD THE OMISSION
On account of the omission of sub
headings in the Ford advertisement of
Messrs. Tucker & Simmons in yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's paper the two columns of fig figures
ures figures representing the old and new
prices were rather confusing to the
reader. However, these have been in
serted in the ad. today and prospective
purchasers may now see the compar
ative drop in prices inaugurated a few
days ago on this popular car.
CANADIAN RAILWAY'S WILL
REDUCE PAY OF MEN
Montreal, June 10. Canadian rail railways
ways railways today took preliminary steps to
cut wages 12 per cent July 1st and
later revise working conditions.
didnt take that nice little trip. The
weather, roads and game were all that
a man could ask.
Inverness will play Ocala in Ocala
next Tuesday. Inverness beat Tar Tarpon
pon Tarpon Springs 10 to 0. Boswell pitches
for Inverness. You know what he is.
. Come see the game.
Wil lbe Held Tomorrow in Cincinnati
and Interment Will Probably
be in Arlington
Cincinnati, June 10. The funeral
of Col. Frederick W. Galbraith Jr.,
commaander of the American Legion,
killed in an automobile accident, at
Indianapolis yesterday, will be held
Saturday afternoon in the Music Hall,
the largest auditorium in the city.
Burial probably will be in Arlington
cemetery at Washington.
SAVED HER BACON
Jail Didn't Look Good to Her, So She
Paid Her Fine
Philadelphia, June 10. Mrs. Berg Berg-doll
doll Berg-doll saved herself and four co-fief end end-ants
ants end-ants charged with conspiracy to aid
her sons, Grover and Erwin to escape
the draft, from going to jail, by pay paying
ing paying today $23,000 in fines recently
imposed by the United States district
HONOR ROLL OF THE
OCALA HIGH SCHOOL
The following is the honor roll of
the Ocala high school for the last
month of the session:
Fourth Grade: Gladys Peebles,
Frances Ballard, Elizabeth Dickson,
Billy Knight, Paul Theus, William
Fifth Grade: Lillian Leak, 'Dorothy
Cappleman, Dasibel Clement, Chester
Fort, Pauline Godwin, Donald Wilson.
Sixth Grade: Dora Burnett, Lanas
Troxler, Anita Chazal, Lucille norne,
Harry Shepard. Jonnie Lou Potter,
Harry McDavid, Catherine Billings,
William Howell, Lucretia Hocker, j
Amy Long, Martha Preer, Babette
reyser, .uamie aue spencer, r ranees
Seventh Grade: Myra Baxter, H.
M. Baxter, Louise Clement, Frances
Green, Mabel Tobleske, James Har- J
Eighth Grade: Emily Billings, The-!
resa Condrey, Mamie Hogan, Louie
Smoak, Willma Shepard, Alma Town Town-send,
send, Town-send, Nell Wallis, Ruth Collins,
Louis Knight, Clara Hogan, Violet
Jones, Ruth Lawrence, Pauline Sha Sha-fer,
fer, Sha-fer, Pearl Wilson.
High School: Elizabeth Wetherbee,
Jeanette Turner, Ethel Runnels, An Annie
nie Annie Rooney, Elizabeth Murray, "Mary
Carolyn Logan, Karl Henderly, Mar
garet Hocker, Margaret Gerig, Char- j
iotte Chazal, Irene Cam, Marjorie
Burnett, Edith Edwards, Bessie Mae
Finley, Mildred Crosby.
The following is the semester
honor roll made up of those whose
average for the semester is 90 per
cent, in each subject and in deport deportment:
ment: deportment: Fourth Grade: Elizabeth Dickson,
Billy Knight, Paul Theus, William
Fifth Grade: Lillian Leak, Dasibel
Sixth Grade: Dora Burnett, Lanas
Troxler, Frank Ditto, Lucille Home,
Harry Shepard, Jonnie Lou Potter, j
Catherine Billings, Lucretia Hocker, j
Amy Long, Babette Peyser, Mamie
Sue Spencer, Frances Wagner. i
Seventh Grade: Myra Baxter, James I
Eighth Grade: Emily Billings, The Theresa
resa Theresa Condrey, Louie Smoak, Willma
Shepard, Nell Wallis, Pearl Wilson.
High School: Annie Rooney, Mary
Carolyn Logan, Karl Henderly, Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Hocker, Margaret Gerig, Irene
Cam, Marjorie Burnett, Edith Ed Edwards.
wards. Edwards. Those who have met the same con
ditions for the entire year are placed
on the year's honor roll as follows,
in the order of rank:
High School Only: Edith Edwards,
Irene Cam, Margaret Hocker and
Mary Carolyn Logan tied; Annie
Rooney and Karl Henderly tied; Mar
jorie Burnett, Margaret Gerig and
No year's roll for the grades is
given since no average for the year
was made on account of putting the
midt-erm promotion system into ef effect.
fect. effect. P. H. Hensley, Principal.
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. WHrrTINGTON.
Her Husband was Murdered with Her
Knowledge in their Lake wood
Home Two Years Ago
Cleveland, June 10. Mrs. Eva
Catherine Kaber has confessed that
her husband, Dan F. Kaber was mur murdered
dered murdered with her knowledge in their
Lakewood home two years ago and
Marion McArdle, her daughter, has
confirmed much of her mother's story,
the Cleveland News announced today
on information teelphoned from New
York. The "man with Capun," nowl
in custody here is the man who drove j
a knife 24 times into Kaber's body,
according to the confession.
SHE HIRED THE SLAYERS
New York, June 10. Dan F. Kaber,
the wealthy Lakewood, Ohio, publish publisher,
er, publisher, met death after attacking two for foreigners
eigners foreigners engaged by Mrs. Kaber to
pose as spirits to frighten him into a
better attitude toward her, according
to a statement which the New York
Evening World says Chief of Police
Christensen of Lakewood, obtained
from the woman here.
MEDICAL MEN SELECT
OCALA FOR NEXT MEETING
The Ocala delegation to the semi semiannual
annual semiannual meeting of the Central Florida
Medical Society which met in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Friday, has returned and reports
a most pleasant and profitable ses session.
sion. session. The delegation was composed 'of
Drs. H. C. Dozier. E. G. Peek, H. P.
Watt, J. H. Walters and C. W. More- j present.
men. Interesting papers were readj The "cool refreshment' commit commit-before
before commit-before the convention by Drs. Dozier, tee announces that everything has
Walters and Moremen, and also by been attended to in the way of ar-
attending physicians from other sec sections
tions sections of the district composing the
The convention was held in the
Elks club rooms and the elaborate
banquet given the society by the local
members was held in the Sunday
school rooms of the Presbyterian
Ocala was selected as the next
I p'2.ce oi meeting wnicn win oe on
September 8th. I
FIRST SIGN OF YIELDING
English Miners Will Take a Vote ou
Settlement of the Strike
t Aegean Sea.' The Greek battleship
(Associated Press) j Lemnos arrived at Piraeus from
London, June 10. The conference Smyrna with two passengers picked
of coal miners' delegates today decid- up. Details of the disaster are lack lacked
ed lacked that a ballot would be taken in all ino.
coal fields on the proposals of
mine owners for settlement of
WILL GROW BLUEBERRIES
Oldsmar, June 10. Fruit growers
in this section who last year began
to comercialize the production of blue blue-berried,
berried, blue-berried, report they are realizing
profitable returns from their efforts
and plan to develop the industry on a
larger scale. A grower near Haskell
experimented by planting domestic
blueberry trees between his citrus
trees in an effort to obtain results
during the period it took the latter
to mature. He met with such success
that he now plans to extend the ex experiment
periment experiment to his entire grove of 20
acres. A grower near Lakeland was
unsuccessful in his first year's plant planting
ing planting because he planted on low, moist
soil. This year, he tedded up the low
ground with very satisfactory results.
The berries are retailing att45 cents
a pint on the local market, and the
demand is said .to be good.
MODERN COLD STORAGE
PLANT AT PALM BEACH
West Palm Beach, June 10. Work
is expected to be completed. July 1st
on a storage and cold storage-warehouse
being erected for Osborne Bros,
here. The building of two floors will
have a floor space of 23,000 square
feet. The cold storage 'section will
have a capacity of five carloads and
equipped with modem refrigerating
installations. Portable sections will
be had for the accommodation of pa
trons desiring to rent space of any
1917 five-passenger Maxwell. Good
tires. First $125 gets it.
1 10-tf Spencer-Peedrick Motor Co.
LITTLE DAYTOtiA 111
Prominent New York Politician at the
Point of Death from Beating be
Received There Last Night
Daytona, June 10. The death of
Lorillard Reynolds, for more than
thirty years an intimate associate of
"Big Tim" Sullivan, Tammany leader
of New York, is momentarily expect expected
ed expected today as a result of wounds re received
ceived received when a mob of masked meb
severely beat and shot him last night
at Seabreeze. Reynolds received a
bullet in the left breast within an
inch of his heart.
Reynolds is the owner of the Sea Seabreeze
breeze Seabreeze opera house which with several
residences was burned a week ago and
on account of rumors that he was re responsible
sponsible responsible feeling against him has been
Reynolds was overpowered last
night while standing near the ruins
of the theater and during the strug struggle
gle struggle that followed was beaten about
the head and shot. He was placed hi
an automobile and driven to Ormond,
where he was released.
WITH THE K. OF P.
NEXT MONDAY EVENINtt
The members of the Ocala Knights
of Pythias lodge are looking forward
with a good deal of interest to the the-district
district the-district meeting which will be held at
Castle Hall next Monday evening.
The grand chancellor and other noted
Knights will be in attendance, and
every lodge in the district is expect expected
ed expected to have a good size delegation
rangements for the "after-meeting,"
which is always so popular when the
work of the evening has been attend attended
ed attended to. ".
OUR OLD MISSISSIPPI
PICKED THEM UP
' Onlr Twa lft Af th Man Pmnl.
! Aboard the Greek Steamship
Athens, June 10. Many lives are
j believed to have been lost in the sink-
j jngr 0f the Greek steamship Boubou-
! Una, which struck a mine in the'
Paris, June 10. The mail packet
Bouboulina sunk in the Aegean Sea by
a mine carried 240 passengers and sv
crew of 25, says an Athens dispatch.
The Lemnos was formerly the Am American
erican American battleship Mississippi, but was
sold to Greece about eight years ago.
Washington, June 10 Formal an announcement
nouncement announcement of the appointment of
Roy Haynes, cf Hillsboro, Ohio, edi editor,
tor, editor, as national prohibition commis commissioner
sioner commissioner was made today at the White
AUTO AUCTION IN OCALA
Tomorrow will be a great day in
Ocala for those whJ are interested in
buying and selling used automobiles.
Mr. W. E. Gray has staged an auto
mobile auction to take place on the
Auto Sales Company's property di directly
rectly directly across the street from the Star
Over fifty cars have been listed for
this event, and any one inteersted
can certainly find just what he wants
in the offerings. Everything from a
heavy track to the small cut-down
runabout is represented in the list.
Mr. Gray has been occupied this
week in a general advertising cam campaign
paign campaign for the event and large crowds
of buyers are expected when the auc
tioneer steps on the block, at one
NOT MUCH STIRRING
TODAY IN BELFAST
Belfast, June 10. A police ser sergeant
geant sergeant and two constables shot in the
street today are reported gravely
Garcia de Oro, that mild Havana
filler cigar 10c at all dealers. 5-tf
OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, JUNE II. 1921
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Who says beauty is more esteemed
than virtue? There are more statues
of Queen Victoria than of any other
person who ever lived. Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. How about Guatama?
Did you ever reflect that Judas Is Is-cariot
cariot Is-cariot was more decent than most
traitors. He threw his tainted money
in the faces of his accomplices and
then went and hung himself. Judas
was far more of a gentleman than
many an American politician.
Representative Michaelson of Illi Illinois,
nois, Illinois, wants to know if there was
propaganda to get this country into
the war. We can testify that we con con-.
. con-. ducted some. Cleveland News.
Same here. Began the day after
the Lusitania sunk.
"The Macon Telegraph says it is all
right to beat our corkscrews into
pruning hooks but it urges us to hold
on to our sabers until the Jap has
learned to play his cards above the
board. Tampa Tribune.
Swing the sabers and split the
The democratic party ought to hold
a state convention and promulgate a
party platform, but what has the
state legislature got to do with it?
It will have nothing to do with it
Brother Farmer, if the democrats of
-the state see fit to assert themselves.
Benjamin, of the Ocala Star, con consigned
signed consigned Ring Lardner to the lower re regions
gions regions because of his mutilation of the
language and immediately Felkel
began running Lardner's stuff on the
front page of the St. Augustine Re Record.
cord. Record. Jacksonville Metropolis.
We hear that Herb is so busy chas chasing
ing chasing dollars and bringing up his baby
daughter to be the smartest little boy
in St. Augustine, that he has no time
to write. Ah, well! Adverse circum circumstances
stances circumstances will crush any man.
A number of people are denouncing
old man Catts for having a billy in
his pocket when arrested. We fail
to see why. The old man had prob probably
ably probably found out ha couldn't hit any anything
thing anything with a pistol, and his pocket
isn't big enough to carry his favorite
weapon, a fence picket. A billy is the
Read the want ds.
only weapon he could carry, and if
we had as many enemies as Catts
has made, we'd carry something, you
I Some well-posted and prominent
Floridians have been studying lately
Ion the following catastrophic theory:
jThat the prosecutions against Catts
j will result in his acquittal and in his
returning to public life as represen-
tauve in congress from the third
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ujamti i. v- r.esi rionaa.
There is an element of possibility in
this theory. As its readers will re remember,
member, remember, the Star objected to paying
any further attention to Catts after
he was out of office. If the majority
of the people of this state had had as
much backbone as so many tape tapeworms,
worms, tapeworms, they would have driven Catts
frrm : iota C: .L
Z J IT Z
so poor-spirited s to put up with'
him two years longer, they shouldn't
pounce on him now that he is only a
private citizen. The much advertised
legislative probe has done nothing
tV O T ira Ton it- n A- -v l p
carefully corkscrewed around the of-
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nuuui i- suuuiu nave oared i
we have said
is going to
endenhall, but the Bradford countv
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authorities may have corroborative
evidence. The peonage case in the
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icuciiii wuh is m'Ji t eriou.. ine
government is trying to break up
peonage, and if Catts is guilty he will
have a hard fight to escape from the
toils. He will have to be acquitted in
both courts, for a conviction in either
would take away his citizenship. Ac Acquittal
quittal Acquittal of both charges would
strengthen his hand, but we can
hardly believe the people of West
Florida are foolish enough to send
him to Congress. If they are they
should be turned not only out of Flor-
ida but out of the Union. They have
thousands of better men than Catts,
and to send him to represent them in
Congress would prove them unfit for
For one feature, the Times-Union
deserves commendation and imitation
by all its contemporaries. That is
its "boomerangs," in which it prints,
without comment, any worth-while
comment on itself, good or bad. Very
few papers have the broadness of
spirit to do this.
We see that Col. R. W. Davis, after
years of experience with politics and
journalism, has returned to his prac practice
tice practice of the law. It would have been a
good thing for Florida, if the people
had placed him on the supreme bench
of the state, twenty years ago, and
kept him there. In knowledge of the
law and broadness of view, we doubt
that any man excells him.
We are burdened with excess pro prophets.
phets. prophets. Washington Post.
Olive branches do not grow on the
ambush Baltimore Sun. ;
Germany is pensive because defeat
is expensive Little Rock Gazette.
Some accurate lists of the peace
slackers would also- help Columbia,
(S. C.) Record.
Class legislation is any law that
protects your enemies Columbia. (S.
Mr. Hughes i3 determined that
Uncle Sam shall not be done in oil.
A diplomatic crisis is usually a
combination of oil and gas. Colum Columbia
bia Columbia (S. C.) Record.
The present tendencies in some na nations
tions nations are in the direction of self self-termination.
termination. self-termination. Asheville Times.
Perhaps the majority is not always
right, but the majority is in a posi position
tion position to make things right. Toledo
The war was oyer in 1918, but evi evidently
dently evidently no one thought to notify the
Poles and the retailers. Brooklyn
The difference between a good and
a bad reputation is that the former
is easily Tost. Greenville (S. C.) Pied Piedmont.
mont. Piedmont. In the future, when an instalment
is due, France need only, cast longing
eyes in the direction of the Ruhr.
We don't know what jobs Mr. Edi Edison
son Edison offered those college fellows, but
he doesn't need a press agent. Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia (S. C.) Record.
There are 6,000,000 families in the
United States who own their own
homes. This is an anti-bolshevik ar argument
gument argument in a nutshell. Boston Shoe
and Leather Reporter.
Mr. G. B. Overton, funeral director
for George MacKay & Company, has
received notice from Mrs. Thomas P.
Knight, announcing that the body of
her husband, Private T. F. Knight,
had been brought from France to
New York, and would probably arrive
at Morriston in
few days. Mr.
Overton will give due notice of the
arrival of the body to the dead sol
dier's friend 3.
The Ocala Star exactly meets oar
views in the matter of that bill which
tiro m tn "A4iifaa4 a I mZ .-.1
I "wv-.-..: v. o iiaiui w
compel the democratic party to call a
f.f. w XT'
state convention. We have forgotten
what dolt drafted and fathered the
bill it really does not matter. Imag4
ine the Congress of the United State!
passing an act requiring the demo-
;cratic party or the republican, or any
i Jl. vij i
! other party, to hold a national conven-
; tion, or not to hold one?
Paradoxical as it may sound, legis legislatures
latures legislatures have no business foolintr with
.i; :c w,r i,ieif,,. ..
4L ... ,
politics then there is trouble and eve-
rything else that goes to discomfort
t,a ,j A-
the people and disrupt government.
tv, i; :i : .
. jjumitaj pti i tics vi a fc.aie or a
nation are entirely distinct, or ought
to be, from the governing and legisla legislative
tive legislative machinery of state or country.
Each political party has clearly the
right to formulate its rules of proce procedure,
dure, procedure, to announce the principles by
which it is to be guided, and to lay
down the requirements for member membership
ship membership in it. When the democratic
party of Florida wakes up to a reali realization
zation realization that it has been lost in the
I maze of popUiarism that
sweeping the country under the name
of "democracy," it will rouse itself
and call a convention of its known de
pendable leaders, and will then take
its rightful place in the political
arena of this state, tl will not need,
nor does it intend to be ordered by the
EXECUTIVE BOARD OF
THE WOMAN'S CLUB
There will be a meeting of the ex executive
ecutive executive board of the Ocala Woman's
Club at 3:30 p. m. Saturday, June
11th, at the club house.
Minepra M. Murphy,
WHAT BRITAIN DID
TO WIN THE WAR
There are those in this country, in individuals
dividuals individuals and newspapers, that never
lose opportunity to attempt to belit belittle
tle belittle the part taken in the world war
by Great Britain. They cry that this
country was made to bear the major
burden in order that Bkitish blood
might not be shed; and there are
even those who demand a rupture be between
tween between this country and Great Britain
on the ground that we have been
made the financial and war "tool" of
that "designing nation."
" The United States of America sent
into France, Italy and Russia, a little
more than 2,400,000 men. We had a
total military strength of 3,850,000
men, the full quota of which we were
preparing to throw into the trenches
along with the men of Great Britain,
France, Belgium and Italy, when the
collapse- of the German war machine
came. Those who knew what this
country was doing, and what the al allies
lies allies were doing, knew that France
was being literally "bled white" of
men and money; that Belgium was
laying itself a willing sacrifice on the
altar of justice and the rights of na nations
tions nations to live and direct their own af affairs;
fairs; affairs; that Great Britain was putting
into the field, as fast as it could col collect
lect collect and train them, an almost un uncountable
countable uncountable host of men. The fair men
of this country knew that never was
a more cruel lie told than that which
said the British empire was sacrific sacrificing
ing sacrificing the rest of the world to save its
manhood. But none of us ever knew
how great had been the numbers of
men the British nation put into serv service,
ice, service, or how great the losses in death
and casualty it had sustained until
the recent parliamentary report which
gave the cold figures of the war so
far as that country is concerned was
This report, which is quoted from
for the benefit of those who have
doubted our British ally, and have
been saying unfair things about it,
shows that nation had a total enlist enlisting
ing enlisting of 9,496,370, with casualties num numbering
bering numbering 3,266-362; and that out of this
total Great Britain and Ireland gave
6,211,427 enlistments, with deaths and
casualties totaling 2,436,964. The rest
of the grand total of enlistments and
casualties and deaths were furnished
by Canada, Australia, New Zealand,
South Africa. Newfoundland, India
and all other colonies. Even true j
Americans, with the greatest faith
and confidence in their British "cou:.-.
ins" have not imagined what was the
real British answer to the patriotic
call that came to them when the liber liberties
ties liberties of the world were struck at.
BIG STILL CAPTURED
AT WEST PALM BEACH
West Palm Beach, June 10 Deputy
Sheriff Stanley J. Wakely captured
several days ago the largest and most
complete moonshine still ever seen in
this county. The deputy stumbled
across the plant about 10 miles west
of the city and apparently a "run"
had been completed several tiours
previously as no finished liquor was
about the place. The still had a ca capacity
pacity capacity of 50 gallons daily and Wakely
found 15 barrels of mash and 31
empty 50-gallon baarrels in addition
to a large quantity of empty bottles.
The apparatus was made of copper
and of exoert manufacture, and is be-
lieved to have been the source of the
highest grade "moonshine" in this
section. During the day's search
Wakely discovered another still of
smaller capacity about a mile from
the larger plant.
32x3 H slightly used; off of new
cars, at $16 each. These tires arej
guaranteed tires, standard makes, U.
S-, Firestone, Goodyear, Goodrich and
Republic. AUTO SALES CO,
6t Phone 343.
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 uiece is guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Why send your work of this
nature out of town? Mail orders re receive
ceive receive prompt attention.
8-6t Singer Sewing Machine Co.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
14 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
onlv. Phone 377.
tf h. b. wmrnNGTON.
Midsummer hats and sport hats for
mountain or seashore, just received at
TTS nota bit of trouble to
X have plenty of good things to
eat on hand all ths tims, when you
txss Csissaet Baking Powder.
It never allows baking
trouble. You don't "dread" to bake.
There is nrtthfag to worry about and
that xssQy is the hardest part of it.
Mix up a batch of biscuits
, or ths finest kind of cake ifs all
tharerar. There b nerer bat ens re-
t a, esa cast ramble
There b not C3 much worry
OTerhsfrj ccsta either. Because
tha pdes b ccdssts.
It costs you less when you
use it because you don't use as
much of it it has more than the
You getmore out of the flour,
txtczr, eaci, choTtening, efex, be because
cause because there txs no failures do waste.
The most critical of baking
powder Judges gave it highest
swsxrK World's Pure Food Exposi Exposi-tion,
tion, Exposi-tion, CBcgsor-Psrh Frpositinn. Paris,
The largest celling brand in
Mi plain ffonr with pare baking pow powder
der powder instead of nsinsruncertain mixtures.
know vour bakings
pure and wnoiesome. riain
Moses Grocery Co. j-
Ocala, Fla. 7ZiA
i. St i.
b. May 2 Co.
H AKD V V AKr 3;
HIGH GRADE PAINT ll
Attractive ads. pay big dividends.
4 cups of pastry
flour, 3 level tea
Baking Powder. H
teaspoon of salt. 1
cup of sugar. 2 eggs,
beaten together, 2
tablespoons of melt melted
ed melted butter, 1 cup of
milk. Then mixia
the regular waj.
t mi .... ; frOh-rr-rii.
' if f".''' p ? )V
NEEDHATJ KOTOR CO.
G cneral Auto Repalrino
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed $L00
Cars Polished ZO
Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St
Just received a select line of auto
sponges and chamois skins at Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Phone 123. 7t
K j.fc. "iMpi,
OCA LA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY. JUNE !. 1921
KINDTS MUSIC STORE
Pianos and Organs Phonographs and Records
Sewing Machines and Supplies
Expert Repairing of Phonographs, Sewing Machines,
Organs and Pianos
Thank you for your patronage
The schooner, Mayflower, Boston's entry in tJ international fishing schooner
races next fall, leaving Boston for her maiden ail. Thje Mayflower, designed
by W. Starling Burgess, Is expected to win tlie trophy lifted tost year by the
Gloucester schooner Esperanto.
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 five per
cent interest, payable semi-annually,
maturing as follows:
One bond due and.payable July 1st,
One bond due and xwiyable July 1st,
One bond due and payable July 1st,
206 N. MAGNOLIA ST.
Three bonds due and payable July
- Four bonds due and payable July
1st, 1940. 1
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 Board of Public
Instruction, Marion county, Fla., this
2"-tf H. G. Shealy, Sec'y- j
If you smoke cigars why not get I
the best? Ask for Garcia de Oro 10c (
at all dealers. 5-tf
Advertise for resnlts.
the Price of their cars, effective
AUTO SALES CdD.
WORLD ALMOST LOST GENIUS
Handel, Immortal Composer. Had Re Re-markabls
markabls Re-markabls Escape From Death in
Duel in Early Life.
The great composer Handel was
born at Halle, February 24, 16S4, and
at the outset of his professional life,
which was about his twentieth year,
he was nearly lost to the world by
a quarrel with one Matthewson. an
able musician, who violently assault assaulted
ed assaulted va. A duel ensued, and nothing
but a score buttoned under Handel's
coat and on which his antagonist's
weapon broke, saved his life, which
was destined to prove of Inestimable
value to the whole world.
In performing on the organ his
command of the instrument was
amazing, as was the fullness of his
harmony and the grandeur and dig dig-nity
nity dig-nity of his style. Handel wore 2.a
enormous white wig. and when things
went well at the oratorios it had a
certain nod or vibration which de denoted
noted denoted his satisfaction and pleasure.
Without this signal it was ct-taln
that he was out of humor.
He never married and died pos possessed
sessed possessed of $100,000, of which he be bequeathed
queathed bequeathed one-half to the fund for de decayed
cayed decayed musicians, while the remainder
went to his relatives. Chicago Jour Journal.
nal. Journal. Far Away and Long Ago.
The brewers' parade in New York
city in 1788 has never been duplicat duplicated.
ed. duplicated. There were hogsheads entwined
In hop vines and a live Bacchus was
the feature of the marching fete. But
such a procession did once wend its
way through New York streets, in cel celebration
ebration celebration of the adoption of the fed federal
eral federal constitution. One historian says
"The display of the brewers- was
happily conceived and appropriate. In
addition to their banners fluttering
gayly in the air, they paraded cars
with hogsheads and tuns, decorated
with festoons of hop vines intertwined
with handfuls of barley. Seated on
the top of a tun was a living Bacchus
a beautiful boy of eight years
dressed in flesh-colored silk, fitted
snugly to the limbs; and thus disclos disclosing
ing disclosing all his fine symmetrical propor proportions.
tions. proportions. In his hand he held a silver
goblet, with which he quaffed the nut nut-brown,
brown, nut-brown, and on his head was a garland
of hops and barley ears."
1916 Ford Touring $190.00
1917 Light Ford Truck $200.00
Good tires and in good condition.
Spencer-Pedrick Motor oC. 9-tf
Imvul tuA denarture of Dassenper
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
Tne following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:55 jn N'York-St. Petrsbrg
2:15 am Tampa
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee
J t :05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.
32x3 slightly used; off of new
cars, at $16 each. These tires are
guaranteed tires, standard makes, U.
. S- Firestone. Goodyear, Goodrich and
Republic. AUTO SALES CO,
6t Phone 348. Mack Taylor.
50 squares second-hand galvanized
iron for sale at $3.50 per square. R.
H. Todd Lumber Co. 8-4t
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.
FOR THE LADY WHO CARES
The exact thing you want you will
find at Hooper's Milady Beauty Par Parlors.
lors. Parlors. We are now equipped to furnish
you any line in cosmetics that you
are looking for. Our cosmetician is
able to give the very best in skin and
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
This is a Studebaker year.
BRIDE SCOURGES HER MATE
Girls of Native Tribe of Portuguese
West Africa Enjoy Their Last
Hours of Freedom.
The marriage market is a recog recognized
nized recognized institution among the Konyama
people of southwestern Africa. They
belong to tie Bantu race, and the
Ovambo tribe. Inhabiting a little little-known
known little-known district of South Angola. Por Portuguese
tuguese Portuguese West Africa.
The marriage festivities, called
Efundura, are divided Into three
stages, the first taking place In sow sowing
ing sowing time, and the last two during the
autumn harvest season. The marriage marriageable
able marriageable girls dance before the whole tribe,
and the men select their mates, but
wait until the third stage before nam naming
ing naming them. After the second stage. In
which the dancing by the girls has
continued for two days and nights,
the prospective bride has a dried palm
leaf tied around her wrist by her pro prospective
spective prospective husband. He then hoists her
on bis shoulder, and carries her away
about 20 yards. He puts her down,
and female attendants give her two
sticks with which to whip the man as
he runs away. After this Incident the
brides all return to their kraals, cov cover
er cover themselves with white ashes, and
go all over the country. During this
trip they do pretty much as they like.
They sing and dance and extort gifts
from any men who have courted them.
They also pounce on any man who as assails
sails assails them, and unite In beating him
HOW BLAINE SAVED GARFIELD
Small Circumstance That for the
Time Preserved the President
From Assassin's Blew.
Due to the seemingly small detail
that he was admitted promptly to the
home of Secretary Blaine when call calling
ing calling the evening preceding the Presi President's
dent's President's assassination, James A. Gar Gar-field
field Gar-field probably owes bis lease of Ufa
for 12 hours longer.
On the evening of July 2, 1881, the
President, as he approached the
Blaine home, was espied by the secre secretary,
tary, secretary, who was seated at a window.
Blaine hurried to the doer and had
it opened when Garfield arrived at
the threshold. In the light of evi evidence
dence evidence brought out at the trial. Gul Gul-teau
teau Gul-teau was dogging the President's foot footsteps
steps footsteps that evening and Intended to
fire when he waited for the Blaine
door to be opened.
Blaine walked home with the Pres President,
ident, President, and the assassin, again lying in
wait, could not bring himself to fire in
the dual presence. Before the two
parted It was arranged that Blaine
should accompany the President next
morning co tne railway station. The
President intended to leave for Wil Williams
liams Williams college to attend an anniversary
Soon after the arrival of the presi presidential
dential presidential party at the waiting room of
the old Sixth street station of the
Pennsylvania railroad. Sixth sad B
streets, Gultesu fired the not that
caused Garfield's death.
Glgmanlc society on the edge of the
Sahara supports a magnificent garage.
In towns, sprung up many hundred
miles apart. In the wilderness of Brit British
ish British Columbia, isolated except for the
two steel rails of the transcontinental
railroad, the well-to-do import auto automobiles
mobiles automobiles for driving up and down the
half-dozen, miles which comprise Main
street. Motoring is evidently sn event
f Importance, even when a complete
circuit of all the available roadway
takes less than a half hour. Then
there is always the pleasure and sat satisfaction
isfaction satisfaction to be found in repetition. In Indeed,
deed, Indeed, enthusiasm for motoring in sev several
eral several of these towns hss led to the
formation of automobile clubs, thriv thriving
ing thriving organizations which differ little
from their prototypes In other places
except in showing a shade more In Interest
terest Interest In varnish, let us say, and a
shade less In gasoline.
Snake's Mesmeric Power.
I had an experience with the mes mesmeric
meric mesmeric power of a rattler In southern
California which may interest hunt hunters.
ers. hunters. I was out shooting California
quail with a favorite dog of mine, an
Irish red setter. I missed the dog
when walking up a hill and whistled
for him. Thinking he must have got
a point, 1 walked back and looked
down into the valley, where I saw
him setting about 300 yards off. I
thought it was very odd, for there was
no covert there, and It puzzled 'me,
as I knew there could be no birds
there. So I walked up to the dog
When I got about fifty yards off I
then ran in, watching him. and when
about fifteen yards off I saw a big
rattlesnake also swaying his head. I
yelled at the dog. who thee stepped
back, and I shot tb rattler. Mewing
him off the ground. Letter ha Tne
Improvement on a Husband.
"Tea, my child."
"What Is alimony?"
"Alimony, my daughter. Is seme seme-thing
thing seme-thing which is considered by many
women as an Improvement on a fcuav
Teas Mr. Brown is a miss ef tnfor
Jess Then he's yours.
Tess But Mr. Dough has lots ml
money he is a mine of gold.
Jess Then he's mine.
im ill) ln-fth 1
for Expert Vulcanizing,
throw your Headlight
on oar, shop., We are
Experts at this business
and onr work-Is
Ocala House Block
A. E. GERIG
Thay eat Bogavrfs
Wonder Ant Poison
aicUy and carry it ta tactr mom
m ftwMwi roVII h absolutely
Amk tfomr tmttgitt tor 5
cnt botll: il ica ( --ply
ply --ply pom v tin.'! do o
raonpt of 30 ccaia.
Tha Bog ft Company
Daytaa Beach Sa Ercc
111 W Broadway
0v You have often thought
f you would .have your
Nezyk. eyes examined "nbm
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
C. Cecil Bryant
Gary Block, Over 10c Store
Boy Scoots of America
A. R. Cassil, Scoutmaster
Meets every Friday night af the
Library, at 8:30 o'clock. Visiting
Scouts are always welcome.
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacEAT & CO.
Funeral Directors, Em balm era
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
W. K. Lane, M- D, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and It cent store,
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
USED FOrfD 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 V4 slightly used; off of new
cars, at $16 each. These tires are
guaranteed tires, standard makes, TJ.
Firestone. Goodyear, Goodrich and
Republic AUTO SALES CO,
6t Phone 348. Mack Taylor.
Bring us your job wotIl.
OCALA EVENING STAB. FRIDAY, JUA'E It, 1521
Never Since 1914 Have You Had Such an Opportunity to Save Dollars
r i r i
When I made arrangements to purchase the entire stock of Dry Goods, Ladie'sReady-to-wear, Shoes, Cloth Clothing,
ing, Clothing, Etc., of B. Goldman, I did not realize that it was as large as it proved to be when the inventory was taken.
However, as it -was bought at less than 50 cents on the dollar according to present day values, 1 am going to share
my good fortune with the people of Marion and nearby counties by throwing the entire line on the market at
prices that have not been thought of since the beginning o'f the Great World War in Europe. Of course it is not
practical to name all the prices, but I am giving you some to show how they range through the whole store:
at 9 O'clock a. m.
MEN SAVE HERE
$1.75 Dress Shirts now going at
50 cent Wash Ties, during this sale
they will go for 24c
25 cent Sox, High Grade, Seamless, per pair 19c
One lot Collars, per doz.
75 cent B. V. D. style, drawers and shirts, per gar garment
ment garment 45c
12 1-2 cent Handherchiefs, Extra Speceial, now
going at 4c
25 cent Sox, fine values, sale price per pair 10 c
$1.00 Blue Chambry Work Shirts, bargain of
$5.00 Tricolet Blouses, about 25 of these stylish
Blouses at only $1.98
$1.75 Middies, good quality Galitea, unsurpassable
values now selling at 98c
$1.50 Bungalow Aprons, light and dark percals 89c
$2.00 Ladies' Thread Silk, seam back, black, white
cardovan and gray, per pair 98c
$1.25 Ladies' Lisle Thread, seam back, black, white
and cordovan, per pair 69c
$1.69 Gowns, Lady York, Battice, a bargain 98c
$1.69 Petticoats, Lady York, Battice, at
$1.69 Chemise, Lady York, Battice, at
As these goods are being sold below actual cost of production today, we can not charge anything during the
sale. Neither can we exchange goods purchased at the Sacrifice Sale. No goods are misrepresented, and my 17
years advertising history is a guarantee that everything is just as represented. I always make good an ad advertised
vertised advertised statement.
(See Section Two for Additional Prices)
At B. Goldman's Old Stand
West of Courthouse
eve Since 1914 Have You Had Such an Opportunity to Save Dollars!
;9:TCTC9.T..v..T..Vrereyf: .T..T..v..r....,vvnv?CTv: :TCTCY.f:y....v.:gTra 1 1
ever Since 1914 Have Ybu Seen Such an Opportunity to Save
That Will Pack This Store
J. P. Coats Spool Cotton, 15 (ZL
yards to spool, each. ..... O C
Sheeting, full width, extra quality,
bleached and unbleached, QQ
sale price per yard
Ladies, Georgette Waists, $5 values,
are being offered for J50 QQ
the low price of 9fZfO
Apron Ginghams, Amoskeag, guaran guaran-anteed
anteed guaran-anteed fast colors, 27 Alfop
inches wide, per yd. AxC
Standard A. C A. Feather Ticking.
Just the brand is self explanatory
to good housekeepers. Our OP.
price per yard OOC
Extra fine Mattress Ticking. Sale
Tenby Dress Ginghams in pretty
plaids, dainty stripes and solid col colors,
ors, colors, absolutely fash colors, 27 in inches
ches inches wide. Sale price, per 1Q.
Carhart Overalls, none J1 OQ
better made. .......... V 1
Best grade extra Heavy Denim Over Overalls.
alls. Overalls. High and medium back. Kroll
' Klothes and Carhart, f CQ
sale price... pI.Jl7
One lot of Men's Overalls. QOr
One lot of Men's Felt Hats. Good
values. Get yours while we have
your size. Special sale Q 93
Never Since 1914
I tie iaEBaflwiai
OCALA EVENING STAB,
NO GOODS ALTERED
Doomed In This. Sacri Sacrifice
fice Sacrifice Sale
$1.50 Table Damask, 64 inches wide,
an excellent grade and pretty pat patterns,
terns, patterns, sale price per 7Q r
$2 Table Damask, 72 inches wide, a
high grade pieec of goods and you
should not miss the opportunity of
obtaining some at the J" 1Q
price of, per yard P JL X
$1.65 Sheets, full size and of the best
quality. Supply your I1 IQ
needs now. Sale price. V OJ
35c Pillow Caser, size 32x46, 1 A
extra special AJG
25c Huck Towels in this sale 1 Q
Forest Percales, 36 inches wide, dandy
shirting stripes and dress patterns,
in this sale, per 1 Q
Lenox Brand Hickory, in 1 Q
brown and blue, per yard X 2C
37 l-2c. Bungalow Cretonne, beautiful
. designs and fine quality, OJJr
per yard wC
Pajama Check, 36 inches wide. None
better, in this sale per 1
Red Star Diaper Cloth in 10-yard
sanitary package, per t1 QQ
yard V X Oi7
Ginghams, pretty plaids, nice sum summer
mer summer weights, in this sale 1 P
per yard XOC
36-inch Mull, fine quality, just what
you want for fine under- OP
wear, per yard OC
Turkish Towels, formerly sold for
25 cents. A good value. 1 P
Price, each XOC
Turkish Towels, large size, AAg
65c. value, each rxC
36-inch Wash Satins in Whit ar.u
colors, $1.50 values, per QO
Indian Head. There is only the one
kind, the genuine, 36 inches wide,
reduced in this sale to O O f,'
per yard : ZO'JZC
Goldman's Old Stand
Have You Seen Such an Opportunity to Save Dollars
FRIDAY, JUNE JO, 1521
36-inch Poplin, all shades, QQ
$1.98 value. Per yard JOC
36-inch White Voile. 50c. Q
value, per yard XJG
Sti-inch Silk Shirting, $1.50 QQ
value, per yard OC
Ten yards of Doted Swiss, PQ
special at OJG
LL extra fine Sheeting, 36 inches
wide, selling at per 72 C
Sea Island Sheeting, per C
Bleaching, yard wide and no better
made, per yard, C
One lot Ladies' White Wash Skirts in
all styles and sizes, dJO QO
good material, each. . P 0
One lot Ladies' Skirts, price 7Cj
Ladies' Rib Gauze Union Suits, short
length summer style only, ACkg
the garment xJC
Ladies' Gauze Vests, something worth
while and a bargain X9c
SPECIALS for MEN
One lot pin check pants, Otter brand.
A splendid value in, a l
seasonable article. .. JXOS7
One lot Men's Pin Check df QQ
Pants ner pair VUU
One lot of Blue Chambray A f"
Men's Handkerchiefs, good qual- A
ity. Price C
Men's Balbriggan, extra quality
Union Suits, sizes 34 to QQ
. 44, each SJOC
Men's B. V. D. style denim check
Union Suits, sizes 34 to 44, 7 1? -each
Men's genuine Palm Beach Suits,
none genuine without the label.
Regularly sold for $17.50. Our
price during this Oil CQ
sale is vll OU
Men's Serge Suits, blue, all wool, con conservative
servative conservative models, skeleton lined. A
dandy summer weight suit. Regular
price $40, going in (OA AA
this sale at JlUU
Men's Odd Pants, Blue Serge, good
quality, $7.50 values, going at (you
wouldn't believe it) $ZA A Q
per pair.. V 7
Men's Women's and
Ladies Vici High Top Shoes, military
heels, black and ma- OO QC
Ladies' Vici Oxfords, brown lad, me medium
dium medium low heels, very practical house
shoe and one that will o QC
give good service. ..... V 0 ,..
Ladies' brown calf,' high top, military
heels, also pair rubber 20 A Q
heels, complete vOx2
Ladies' Herrick comfort Oxfords, a
seeker of comfort's delight, flexible.
Strictly all leather but (O AQ
quite neat POx2
Ladies' Patent Leather Pumps, Walk Walk-Overs,
Overs, Walk-Overs, covered heels, plain, tie and
with buckles. The dressiest sea season's
son's season's offering now go- QQ 00
Ladies' Walkover Oxfords, black and
brown kid. novelty in Russet and
Nobby Calf, college heels and solid
leather. Regularly sold J 7Q
for $10, per pair JU. i 57
Ladies Walkover, high top shoes, in
black and brown kid, also mag magnolia
nolia magnolia calf, college or military heels.
We have none better. 07 CA
Sale price J UU
Men's Elk Skin, Scout Last Shoes,
also Veal Calf Blucher, QP
going at P.JJO
Men's Tan Krome Calf Blucher, sand sand-dodger
dodger sand-dodger tongue, a dandy &0 QC
plow shoe SiJJ
Men's Dark Brown Oxfords, Goodyear
Welt, semi-English last, sold for
$7J0. During this sale 50
Men's Tan Leather Soles, Mole Skin
Bluchers, work shoes. Wears like
a shoe ought to wear, 2 35
Men's high toe, light tan Blucher Ox Oxfords,
fords, Oxfords, sold for $9. Yes, they are
Walkovers. Now going QQ 25
Men's Walkover high heel shoes,
brown calf skin, semi-English last,'
$12.50 values, now sell- CQ
ing for J OU
Men's Russia calf quarter Oxfords.
The latest spring last. A Walk-.
Over shoe. Offered in JJ? QP
this sale for JUI0
Boy's tan Teather soles, mule skin
bluchers, work shoes, wears like a
shoes ought to wear. A C
Sale price ViHO
OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, JUNE It. 1J21
RHODES NEVER WOMAN HATER INSECTS MAKE LEAVES 'WALK
SNAGS IN LIFE'S CURRENT
An attractive booklet,
The House Across the
Way," illustrates the
value of paint harmony
in the home. Ask
us for free copy and
are easily attained through the artistic effect of the
CH FLAT WALL PAINTS produce a velvet-like finish
which gives a room an atmosphere of
Palntr snd Varnither
There's a CH PAINT AND VARNISH for
every purpose. Ask for it by name.
RAY & THOMSON
Contractors amd Builders Building Material and Supplies
Tire Prices Reduced
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3. 417 Aft
old price $20.00. now $H vU
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3,
old price $17.60, now
6,000 Mile Guarantee
' FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear end, $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3.
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Phone 258 West Broadway
Uneedas and all 10c National Biscuit Co.'s crack crackers
ers crackers 8c, or 3 for 22c All 20-cent packages
16c or 3 for 40 cents.
Evaporated Peaches, per pound 15c
Octagon Soap 8c; 3 for 20c
Export Borax Soap, per cake 5c
Grandma, Gold Dust and other washing Powders
per package 5c
Cherry Bell Flour a strictly first-class Kansas
hard wheat flour 12-lb. bags 80c; 24-pound
' bags $155.
Very best Blue Rose Rice 4 pounds 25c
Lard Compound, 1 pound 15c; 2 pouuds 25c
Pure Lard, per pound 20c; 2 pounds for 35c
Argo Starch, 3 for 25c; 1 dozen for 95c
CloverbJoom Butter 1 lb. 40c, 2 lbs. for 75c
Pure Sugar Cane Syrup in quart cans or bot bottles,
tles, bottles, 30c; pint 15c; drawn from barrel, per
W. Baker's Cocoa, pound 30c; 2 for 55c
W. Baker's Cooking Chocolate, yiAh. cakes 25c
Oar Delivery Service is at your command
if you trade with as.
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
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. Coftins and Caskets delivered.
Office Phone 350
217 West Broadway
CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida
Surveys Plats Reports
C.mnt Friwarrl Dralra la mmmrtimMA jT
with us and in charge of our Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.
Cilices, 33-34 Htlder B!2g. Phone No. 543
But Celebrated "Empire Builder" Had!
Little Tim ta Devote to the
Gentler Sex. j
Cecil Rhodes bad the reputation of i
being a woman hater, bat be .was by
no means a misogynist, though be 1
might have been regarded a inisoga-,
mist. He was wedded, it was aid, by
his friends, to Africa. But his life
would have been more complete and
no less full of achievement If he had
been married to the right woman
at least so says my wife and other
women who knew hint.
While I have said Rhodes was not
a woman hater, be was averse to wast wasting
ing wasting his time on women of mediocre in intellect.
tellect. intellect. Rhodes excused himself for
cot marrying by saying that he ha
not the time to give a wife the atten attention
tion attention she was entitled to receive.
In his magnificent house at Cape
Town there w-as only one picture. It
was a painting of a young woman,
beautiful and modest of aspect, by Sir
Joshua Reynolds, and hung in the din dining
ing dining room above the fireplace. He loved
to look at it and frequently told how
he had gained possession of IL As
a boy he took a great fancy to this
picture, which belonged to a relative,
and bis love for It Increased as he
grew to manhood. Eventually he
bought It. He always wound up the
story by saying : "Now I have my lady,
and I am happy." John Hays Ham Hammond
mond Hammond in Scribner'e Magazine.
PAY HONOR TO GOD OF FIRE
Japanese Religious Observances That
Take Place in Coldest Season
of the Year.
A Japanese religious observance pe peculiar
culiar peculiar to the coldest season of the
year is that of bathing in cold water
and wearing to and from the bath a
single kimono of pure white, with a
white band about the head. The cere ceremony,
mony, ceremony, says the Japan Advertiser In
a recent issue, is out of respect to
Pndo-san, .the god of fire, primarily.
Those observing the custom carry a
lantern and jingle a small bell as they
SO along the street. The season con continues
tinues continues for thirty days.
The first fifteen days of the season
is called the daiken. or great cold,
and the second fifteen days the sho sho-kon,
kon, sho-kon, or small cold. Most of those who
go through the ceremony are young
men, apprentices in some trade, who
run to and from the bath, repeating
the words, "Rokkon Shojo," as they
go. The principal temple and bath is
the one in Fukawaga-ku. The cold
water bath there was recently je je-built
built je-built at a cost of 300,000 yen in an anticipation
ticipation anticipation of the cold season. It is
open for women only until 6 o'clock
In the evening, but at all hours in
the day for men. Among the women
are many young actresses, who pray
earnestly for success In their profes profession.
sion. profession. Another Pudo shrine is near
Wealth in Beads.
Probably the choicest and most val valuable
uable valuable beads in the world are those
possessed by the natives of Borneo. In
many 'cases they are very old, and
have been kept for centuries in one
Some are thought to be of Venetian
origin, while others resemble a Roman
It Is difficult to induce the natives to
sell their beads, which they guard as
heirlooms. A rich chief may possess
old beads to the value of thousands of
When, children are small they are
carried on the barks of their mothers
In a kind of cradle, which is often
elaborately adorned with beads. One
chief possesses a cradle valued at
-My wife," pridefully said a citizen
of the Ozarks, in the cross-roads store,
"splits the kindling every morning of
the world, packs in the stovewood,
builds th fire, milks three cows, gets
six kids ready for school, sews, mends
and bakes, and then has the house
all redded up before it comes time
to put the dinner to cooking. And I'd
just sorter like to know who can t.eat
"Well," returned a bystander, "as
she's prob'ly tollable muscular and I
hain't been right well myself since
way long last spring, and she hain't
my wife, no way, while mebby I could
beat her, I'm yur to say that I hain't
got the slightest idy of trying It."
Mankind has always loved pictures.
Races, without a written language,
have left behind them rude carvings
and murals to attest the fact. When
an Industry arose that appealed to
this ancient appetite with pictures that
moved. It did not have to wait long to
see whether It would die or flourish.
A dozen years ago the motion picture
business, -as we now know it, did not
exist. Today the American public sup supports
ports supports 16,500 moving pieture theaters,
makes 5.000,000,000 visits to them a
year and spends $750,000,000 annually
for the amusement. The Nation's
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
This is a Studebalcer year. tf
Queer Creatures Responsible for Odd
Belief That Has Long Been Held
There are some strange leaves In
Australia which the people used to
think could walk alone. Whenever
there came a gust of wind these queer
leaves blew off In a perfect shower.
As leaves generally do, they turned
over and over, and rested upon the
ground. Then they would seem to
crawl toward the trunk of the tree
from which they felL Since that time
it has been found that these leaves,
as they were thought to be, were real
Insects and lived upon those ery
trees. Their bodies are thin and flat
and their wings veined, just like a
leaf. If they are disturbed their legs,
which are folded lway under their
bodies, leave their whole shape ex exactly
actly exactly like the leaf of a tree, with stem
and all. Bright green In the summer,
these singular little Insects, chameleon-like,
slowly change their color to
a dingy brown, just like a leaf that
has been frosted. It Is strange that,
with wings, they do not fly, but rath rather
er rather walk or crawl along the ground.
Queen Liked. Her Ale Strong.
The City of London Brewery com company,
pany, company, whose premises are offered for
sale, claim to be the only brewery in
the city of London existing from the
time of Queen Elisabeth, and it is
quite possible that the queen occasion occasionally
ally occasionally sampled their brew.- Elizabeth
was a specialist In ale. She liked it
strong, as witness the plaintive note
her host, the earl of Leicester, sent to
Lord Burleigh: "There Is not one
drop of good drink for her here. We
were fain to send to London and
Keniiworth and divers other places
where ale was; her own beer was se
strong that there was no man able to
Are Something That It Is the Part of
Wisdom for All of Us
A young woman In a rage with her
fiance for some apparently Inexcusable
oversight, exeliimed : "I never can for forgive
give forgive him never T Her grandmother,
sitting near, looked up from her knit knitting.
ting. knitting. "I felt the same way one day
nearly 50 years ago," she said quietly.
Today I cannot recall what It was I
could not forgive, but the emptiness of
life that resulted is still in my mind.
Don't get hung up on a snag in the
stream, my dear. Snags alone are not
so dangerous it's the debris that
clings to them that makes the trouble.
Pull yourself loose and go on."
In our judgment we must first get
rid of the eternal self; we must learn
to look at the fault wholly In Its rela relation
tion relation to the person to whom ft belong,
not In Its relation to ourselves. None
of us is created perfect, and few If
any attain perfection. The most we
ran attain is a perfect understanding
of this fact, and a self-control that will
enable us to pull loose from the snag
and go on with the main stream of the
life which n other respects Is In har harmony
mony harmony with ours ; not stay hung up, em emphasizing
phasizing emphasizing the snag and giving It more
weight than the stream Itself. To be
able to ignore is often the most sav saving
ing saving of grace. Anne Shannon Monroe
In Good Housekeeping.
Testing Material in Cloth.
Mixtures of cotton snd wool may
be tested by raveling a bit of cloth
and burning two of the threads, one
running with the selvage, the other
crosswise to It. The cotton thread
burns quickly with a flame and smells
like wood; wool chars slowly without
a flame and smells like burning hair.
Shoddy, or remanufactured wool, la
often used with wool. This can be
detected by raveling out a btt of the
material, when short broken fibers
may be seen. In general, a woolen
material which has cotton In It will
become more wrinkled when wet than
Nation Without Language.
One of the strangest things to be
found among the nations of the world
is the fact that Switzerland has no
Inr.guage of Its own. The official lan languages
guages languages cf Switzerland are French. Ital-
I Ian and German, all three being rec
ognized as the "mother tongue" of the
majority of the inhabitants.
A majority of the people speak Ger German,
man, German, while the others use French and
Italian, varying as a rule, according to
the proximity of the people to each
country whose tongue they speak.
Public documents and notices are
printed in both the French and Ger German
man German languages.
In the Swiss national parliament the
members make their speeches either In
French or German, the members being
as familiar with one language as the
Statements from the President of
Switzerlandare furnished to the news newspapers
papers newspapers In both languages.
All Garcia de Oro cigars wrapped in
tinfoil JOc at all dealers. 6-tf
This is a Studebaker year.
We claim this is
the old reliable
nickel cigar hack
129 S. Main St.
It is a simple matter to be well
dressed at a small cost if you know
how. Many garments cast aside owing
to soil or fade can by
Our Dying and Cleaning.
be made seasonable again for months.
La-Donde Geaning Co.
HARRY A. STEIN, Prop.
Over Jirash Grocery Co.
1916 Ford Touring $190.00
1917 Light Ford Truck....... $200.00
Good tires and in good condition.
Spencer-Pedrick Motor oC 9-tf
SATURDAY and MONDAY
Heavy Turkish Towels
Soft finish size 38x19
Worth 50 cents at today's low market
Special for Saturday and Monday only
t 1 1 i d
Not z&re than 6 towels to one customer
"The Fashion Center
TOB UIIIVEHSA& CAB
Old Price New Price
: Touring, Regular, $440 S415
: Touring, Starter, 510 485
: Roadster, Regular 395 370
Roadster, Starter 465 440
: Coupe, Starter, 745 695
Sedan, Starter, 795 760
Truck, 545 495
2 Above Prices f. o. b. Detroit
TUCKER & SHIMS
Ocala DEALERS Florida
A large assemblage of mask lover?
congregated at the Woman's Gab
house last evening at 8 o'clock to en enjoy
joy enjoy the piano recital given by the
pupils of Miss Kate Gamsby, class
These annual recitals of Miss Gams
by's pupils are among the most pop
ular entertainments that occur dur
ing the year and the pleasant antici
pation of them is always beyond all
expectation, and the one last evening
was no exception, for it was one of
unusual interest. On account of the
largeness of this class and the great
talent of many of the pupils, we can
not give space or time as we should
otherwise like to do.
Each pupil showed that much stress
in technique, symphony and color was
tne desire of the teacher and each
selection on the program was master
The stage was decorated ia good
and appropriate style for this occas occasion
ion occasion with daisies and ferns and a
background of magnolia leaves com
pleted a very pretty setting.
At the conclusion of the musical
program, Judge W. S. Bullock came
forward to announce the winners of
the medals. For years Judge Bullock
has made this presentation and he
feels quite at home and thoroughly
enjoys being with his class, as he
speaks of it. His talk which was
short and appropos was enjoyed. i
The highest number of marks ob
tainable during the year, which com
prised from September 13, 1920, to
June 1st, 1921, is 272. In the junior
class Nell Wallis and Mary Troxler
tied for the highest marks secured
during the year, which was 266, and
therefore both received silver medals.
Maude Gary making 259, received
honorable mention.' The highest mark
obtained in the senior class was made
by Babette Peyser, 268, and to her
fell the gold medal, and honorable
mention fell to Margaret Gerig and
Mildred Bullock, who tied in making
The pupils always give Miss Gams
by some sort of gift as an apprecia
tion of her untiring and valuable in instruction.
struction. instruction. Judge Bullock also made
this presentation, which concluded
the evenings' entertainment.
The program follows:
Waltz (Presser) Elizabeth Mac-
Morning Praise (Johnston) Ruby
L'Attention (Dore) Flora McKay.
"Just in Fun" (Johnston) Virginia
The Tin Soldier Mary Newton
Daisies (Leoni Audrey and Mar-
We mil be m our nto heme on thz
CORNER HARRINGTON HALL
Souvenirs to Ladies and Children
PAY CASH rifefe PAY LESS
SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY
13 lbs. Granulated Sugar $1.00
Not over $2 worth to a customer
1 lb. can Red Salmon 29
OPPOSITE GEO. MacKAY & CO'S. STORE
".."I".."" ".."T- .
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BLOCKS, BRICK, CURB, SIDEWALK
OCALA . .. FLORIDA
mm fBftffr and' oras
Y REDUCING our profit on clothes, we can increase yours. We want to in
crease yours. Because if we give you unusual values, it's a good reason
for buying; and if we ail sell more, we'll make more. Every dollar you spend
here now has an added value to you. Remember we sell the guaranteed clothes
for the man, young and boy
Hart Schaffner & Marx
SPECIAL REAL VALUES
For ten days only we are offering
One lot of Children's and Boys' OA Aft
E. C. Scuffer's low shoes, sizes from 6 to 3, at
One lot of Patent Button Shoes Qfl
for Children, sizes from 9 to 13, at only 1 L.IO
One lot of Men's and Boy's Caps, CA
values up to $1.00 now priced at OvK,
Headlight Overalls J 7C
none better SJAtitf
The above are values that cannot be replaced at prices quoted. First comtHrst served
Ocala, - Florida
Bright color Percales, 36 inches.
Were 50c., now 19c at FISHEL'S. 3t
Garcia de Oro, that mild Havana
filler cigar 10c at all dealers. 5-tf
$1 VOILES reduced to 65 cents at
Genuine Mary Jane "KEDS" reduc reduced
ed reduced to $2.35 at FISHEL'S. 2-3t
The prices of tickets for the Demp Demp-sey
sey Demp-sey fight suggest that he's charging
a lot now to make up for the charging
he didnt do in the war. Washington
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Valzer Glissando (Rogers) Doris
"Wild Roses" (Leoni) Frances and
Will O the Wisp (Dutton) Lora
Song without Words (Speaks)
A Merry House Party (Harthan)
Eva Ruth and Musette Adams.
Birds of Passage (Poldini) Fran Frances
ces Frances Clark.
Cupid's Delight (Kiesling) Fanita
Fairies There Were (Smith) Mary
Over the Hills and Far Away
(Grainger) Robert Simmons.
In a Gondola (Scharwenka) Del
Victore (Behr) Sophie Turch.
Pulcinello (Aletter) Theresa Con
Legende (Friml) Maude Gary.
Lolita (Liebling) Nell Wallis.
Valse (Burnham) Violet Jones.
September Morn (Porter Steele)
On Wings of Song (Mendelssohn-
Liszt) Margaret Gerig.
Scherzo (Damm) Fa ye Fagan.
Etude in G Minor (Barnes) Web Webster
ster Webster Gillen.
(a) Scarf Dance (b) Veil Dance
(Chaminade) Miss Beulah Morrison.
Intermezzo in Octaves (Leschetiz-
ky) Edith Edwards.
Spinning Wheel (Chaminade) Ba
Etude en Forme de Valse (Saint-
Saens) Mildred Bullock.
FIRE tZ-SPir r sunm
PROOF w H IAaL
WHITE STAK LIME
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton. Aotomobika, Etc
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
MOV& PACK, SHIP
TOE WIMJSOR HOTEL
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience' in each room. Dining room service la
second to none
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH
D. L McIVER
R. R. CARROLL
In order to make room for our La Ladies'
dies' Ladies' midsummer HATS we are abso absolutely
lutely absolutely sacrificing our SPRING HATS.
Miss Lucille Gbsendaner is expect
ed home tomorrow afternoon. Since
leaving the Woman's College at Tal
lahassee, Miss Gissendaner lias been
enjoying a visit to friends in Jack
Miss Elizabeth Burton of Leesburg
will arrive in Ocala Sunday afternoon
to spend a week as the guest of Miss
Misses Marguerite Edwards, Eva
Theus and Moeta Todd of Ocala, and
Miss Annie Shockley of LowelL all
students at the Woman's College,
Tallahassee, have returned home for
the summer vacation.
Mr. Norman Home has returned
home from Georgia Tech to spend a
few weeks with his mother and sis sisters,
ters, sisters, before leaving for a vacation,
which he ill spend in a camp in one
of the northern states.
Now Ready for Deliveryflat Ocala
OCALA CADILLAC COMPANY
OCALA EVENdGTSTAB, FRIDAY. JUNE II, 1321
If yon have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Dr. and Mrs. Schultz of Sarasota,
chaperoning a party of ten were in the
city yesterday for the day en route
to their home from a trip to Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, where they went to be present
at the graduating exercise sbf their;
daughter, Miss Mildred Schultz, and
several other friends. This jolly party
remained in Ocala for a trip down
Springs. Mrs. Schultz is past grand
matron of the Eastern Star and has
many friends in Ocala.
BUSINESS SERVICE BUREAU
Typewriting, Multi graphing,
Room 7, Merchants Block
PHONE 508, OCALA, FLA.
Residence Phone 593 and 98
Miss Mamie Ruth Sanders arrived
in Ocala yesterday to spend several
weeks in the city as the guets of her
grandmother and aunt, Mrs. F. F.
Sanders and Mrs. Geo. W. Martin at
the home of the latter. Miss Sanders
i sa student at the Woman's College,
Tallahassee, and en route to this city
visited friends at Live Oak. After
Miss Sanders concludes her visit in
Ocala she will go to Dunnellon to be
with her father, Mr. R. B. Sanders,
for the remainder of the summer.
Ladies' $5 HATS reduced to $3.50;
$4 and $4.50 HATS reduced to $2.98,
at FISHEL'S. 2-3t
Messrs. D. W. Davis, Norton Davis
and W. M. Palmer left this afternoon
for Jacksonville, where they will take
passage on the Clyde liner Lenape
tomorrow for New York, on a busi business
ness business mission. Before returning home
they will visit Boston and other cities.
Just received, shipment of THOM THOMSON'S
SON'S THOMSON'S GLOVE-FITTING CORSETS.
Yesterday a deal was consummated
between Mr. F. T. Schreiber and the
Hall estate whereby the former be became
came became the owner of the house on Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue occupied by his fam family.
ily. family. The many friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Schreiber extend congratula congratulations
tions congratulations on their acquiring this desirable
EVERWEAR HOSIERY, the best
ever and cheaper now, on sale at
Mr. H. A. Bowly. Mrs. M. E. Will Will-it.
it. Will-it. Jison and Miss Bernice Cornell of
DeLand motored to Ocala yesterday
and were overnight guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. TenEyck,
leaving this morning for Jacksonville.
Mrs. TenEyck accompanied the party
to Jacksonville and will return home
Monday by train.
$1 VOILES reduced to 65 cents at
' Miss Luvylee Schoeflin of Tampa,
arrived in the city this afternoon
from Jacksonville, where she was the
guest of relatives and is a guest at
the home of her aunt, Mrs. P. V.
Leavengood. Miss Schoeflin is en
route to her home from Milledgevile,
Ga., where she has been for the past
year attending the Georgia Military
Academy, from which institution she
recently received a diploma for a bus business
iness business course.
In order to make room for our La Ladies'
dies' Ladies' midsummer HATS we are abso absolutely
lutely absolutely sacrificing our SPRING HATS.
Mrs. L. C. Bell of Hernando, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by her daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hawkins of
Brooksville, and Mrs. L. A. Boswell
of Hernando, are in the city, combin combining
ing combining business with pleasure, and will
remain until tomorrow.
Bright color Percales, 36 inches.
Were 50c, now 19c, at FISHEL'S. 3t
Mr. John Batts of Miami is in the
city, to visit his parents and brother,
Mr. George Batts.
1918 Buick roadster, five good tires,
top, mechanically O. K. Price right.
Terms if desired. Spencer-Pedrick
Motor Co. 10-tf
Class No. 12 of the Methodist Sun Sunday
day Sunday school will give a musical shortly.
Watch for the program next week.
Mr. Mooney Futch of Lake City is
a well known visitor to the city.
Mr. W. A. Goin of Eustis motored
to Ocala yesterday to accompany his
aunt, Mrs. W. C Jeffords home for a
visit with him and his wife.
Genuine Mary Jane "KEDS" reduc reduced,
ed, reduced, to $2.35 at FISHEL'S. 2-3t
Bring us your job work.
PRIVATE WALDROX'S FUNERAL
The body of Private Ira B. Wal Wal-dron,
dron, Wal-dron, recently brought home from
France, is now at Roberts & Spencer's
undertaking parlors, from whence
it will be taken. Sunday morning for
burial at Fort McCoy. The American
Legion will attend as civilians and
will have cars for any friends who
want to go. The funeral will take
place about 2 p. m.
IF YOU OPEN THE
PAPER, YOU'LL SEE IT
Of course there's no occasion for
calling the attention of Star readers
to the advertisement of Joseph Mal Mal-ever
ever Mal-ever in today's paper as it's by far
the biggest thing in this issue but
the proprietor assures us that' this
Sacrifice Sale is really the most im important
portant important event of its kind that has
taken place in Ocala in some years.
The reading of this ad. and its
prices will convince anyone who
knows that this sale is well named!
Sacrifice. Mr. Malever says that he
is determined to close out the Gold Goldman
man Goldman stock in a short time and he
realizes that the only way to do this
is to cut the prices and let the people
know that there is no halfway ground.
The people of this section of the
state will save money by reading
Mr. Malever's announcements in the
Star from time to time during the
BOY SCOUTS WILL HIKE
TO YELLOWSTONE PARK
Clinton, la., June 10. Two hundred
Boy Scouts of this city are preparing
for the time of their young lives as
they will leave here on June 26th,
bound for the wilds of Yellowstone
The trip is unique in the annals of
youthful entertainment. It is being
conducted by fifty business and pro professional
fessional professional men of this city who will be
hosts to the youngsters.
Nothing so prosaic as Pullman
sleepers will be used and hotels will
be decidedly taboo. The boys and their
hosts, together with a 25-piece band
will travel in five automobiles while
their sleeping equipment, commissary
and such," will follow closely in five
Camps will be made each night en
route, the entire party tenting in the
open. The personnel of the hosts will
include doctors, nurses, a moving pic picture
ture picture outfit and wireless equipment.
The trip will comsume more than a
month of travel, starting on June 20
and ending July 26.
HEALTH OFFICER'S REPORT
FOR TUE MONTH OF MAY
Dairies inspected and milk examin examined
ed examined as follows:
Close: Inspection, 90 per cent.; but butter
ter butter fat, 3.3 per cent.; bateria 98,000.
Painter: Inspection, '92 per cent.;
butter fat, 3.5 per. cent.; bacteria,
Gray: Inspection, 84 per cent.; but
ter fat, 4.4 per cent, bacteria, 168,000.
Green: Inspection, 78 per cent.; but butter
ter butter fat, 3.5 per cent.; bacteria, 149,000.
Gardner: Butter fat, 4 per cent.;
Thompson: Inspection, 75 per cent.;
butter fat, 4.2 per cent.; bacteria,
Warner: Inspection, 85 per cent.;
butter fat, 4.2 per cent.; bacteria,
Thrash: Butter fat, 4.8 per cent.;
Markets and bakeries inspected and
scored as follows: Cook, Carter, Fed Federal,
eral, Federal, Heintz, Broadway, Lowe, Sara Sarasota,
sota, Sarasota, Dawkins, Fish Market, New
York, Pasteur, excellent; Marsh, Mag Magnolia,
nolia, Magnolia, Mordis, Golman, good; Greer,
BANANAS TO BE GROWN
AT WEST PALM BEACH
West Palm Beach, June 10. Ban Ban-nanas
nanas Ban-nanas will be the principal production
of the East Beach growers, according
to C. C. Morris of Pahokee, well
known grower of this section. Bana
na plants were laid in muck soil in
April of last year, Mr. Morris said.
The suckers from the original plants
are to bear in turn as the original
ceases to be productive, and these
suckers promise to yield four or five
bunches of the fruit each in the next
few months. The plants should be
set out eight feet apart, according to
Mr. Morris, or 600 to 700 plants to an
SECRETARY WEEKS WILL
SETTLE THE SQUABBLE
Washington, D. C, June 10. Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Weeks expects to settle per personally
sonally personally the row in the army air serv service
ice service which resulted in the request by
Major General Menoher, chief, for the
removal of his assistant, Brigadier
This is a Studebaker year. tf
BRITAIN FREE FROM WOLVES
Country More Fortunate in That
Respect Than Are Other Lands
We In the British Isles appear to
have got rid of the wolf plague. In
England. In the early Fifteenth century,
the beast ceased to be a danger that
had to be reckoned with. It remained
longer in Scotland, where the very
iast wolf ever heard of in the roaming
tate is said to have been slain by
.Sir Ewen Cameron of Lochiel during
the reign of Charles II an incident
that appears to have been looked upon
as distinctly worthy of notice.
The complete and final elimination
f the bane is no doubt owing to the
fact that, as lupus was steadily being
hunted down in the land, our insular
position precluded all possibility of
fresh immigration. In France the
case was different. There was nothing
to prevent the migrating wolf from
reselling the country from the wilder wildernesses
nesses wildernesses of Central Europe even from
Russia and still more distant Siberia,
the classic home of the race.
Many are the legends, to some
extent based on fact, of vast armies of
wolves traveling even as the invad invading
ing invading Goths and Vandals from their
hungry deserts to the richer lands of
the West, to be stopped only by the
Atlantic. At any rate, to this day the
black wolf crosses the Pyrenees, and
the brown wolf the Alps, to reinforce
fraternally the ranks of the much much-harried
harried much-harried gray wolf of France. And the
day seems still far distant when the
curse will be finally extinguished.
Egerton Castle In the Youth's Com Companion.
panion. Companion. "VERDICT BY JUDGE LYNCH
Just Where That Famous Jurist First
Held Court Has Long Been Mat Matter
ter Matter of Dispute.
"Lynch law" is purely an American Americanism.
ism. Americanism. Its origin is somewhat in doubt.
No such law is on the statute books,
and the application of the expression
today refers to outlaw or mob law
which circumvents the written law, or
inflicts a swift punishment before the
legal authorities have had a chance to
Figuratively speaking, such an act
is called "a verdict by Judge Lynch."
According to one authority, one
Charles Lynch, a patriot of Virginia,
conspired with Robert Adams and
Thomas Callaway, to deal out relent relentlessly
lessly relentlessly and unhesitatingly, punishment
to all law breakers and Tories during
the days of our Revolution.
However, this origin is disputed.
Some say that there was a small body
of water known as "Lynch creek" In
North Carolina during the same pe period
riod period in our history, and that on its
shores a court-martial was held over
the lifeless body of a Tory who had
been hanged to prevent his rescue.
Naturally, the verdict was death by
hanging, and the judge did not have
to bother about the execution of the
sentence. Cleveland Plain Dealer.
The measure of real necessity is
surprisingly small. When one finds the
medium ground between prodigality
and-stinginess he will realize that he
can live there, even though his income
may be moderate. Greater moderation
in many things would leave us a
healthier and happier race, to say
nothing of what It would do for our
bank accounts. Certainly, before buy buying
ing buying a thing one should honestly ask
himself whether he needs it. He
should, likewise, give himself an hon honest
est honest answer.
The second principle of efficient
spending Is that when one has honest honestly
ly honestly decided that he needs a thing he
should buy the best he can get. If
one buys at all, it pays to search the
market for an article of high qual quality.
ity. quality. Moreover, he is very apt not to
find an article of high grade unless
he does search the market rather
Right View of Life.
It Is time to get over the Idea that
we have to be comfortable because
we were brought up that way, while
others were predestined to jnisery (
and are so hardened to their condi-
tion that we needn't bother. One ef effect
fect effect of travel if the traveler Is im impressionable,
pressionable, impressionable, and some travelers are
not Is to show us that no country
has a monopoly of certain homely
virtues that take root and flourish In
the bleakest, as in the richest soil.
Nor is any other country particular particularly
ly particularly interested in our introspective
studies of how good we are and our
ingrowing imagination of our great greatness.
ness. greatness. Boastfulness is a posture as un unlovely
lovely unlovely for the millions as it is for one.
Let us give credit to others for pos possessing
sessing possessing some of the qualities we ad admire
mire admire so much in ourselves. Ex Exchange.
change. Exchange. Sartorial Eclipse.
"You say this embezzler was humili humiliated
ated humiliated when forced to appear in court.
"That seems to indicate that he has
"Not at all. After having spent
years building up a local reputation
as a 'snappy dresser, be had to appear
In a suif that needed pressing."
GOODS SOLD AS CHEAP AS
ANY SO-CALLED SALES. There's
a reason. TRY" US. FISHEL'S. 2-3t
Increase your sales. Advertisa.
SINCE the costumes of her maids
mast make a picturesque back
ground for the eminence of her own
bridal white. It Is the privilege of the
bride to choose what they shall be.
And here she may give her fancy a
free rein; but the chances are that
the enticing modes of today, drawn
from so many periods, will, keep It
from wandering far. If she chooses
current styles this years' bride will
live to prove the axiom that a thing
of beauty Is a Joy forever.
Taking Into consideration the per personality
sonality personality of her maids and all other
circumstances, the bride may elect to
have them dressed In sprightly
organdy or taffeta. In quaint styles,
or her choice may fall upon sheer
voile, lace or georgette. In all of these
there re colors that are adorable.
Two different types In gowns suited
to bridesmaids are pictured above.
The quaint full-skirted style at the
right requires thecrlspness nf organdie
or taffeta to Insure the bouffant skirt.
It is trimmed with taffeta frills hav having
ing having plcot edges and sewed Into larpe
map Mti. ?te&tti
n ifrJ C -
If A v ) J y I
1 Some FACTS About I
Here are authentic figures from the Ford factory at Detroit.
They show you just how many Ford cars and trucks have been
built each month since January 1, 1921, and how many have been
sold to retail customers, in the United States.
Total Production 127,074 Total Retail Sales 208,032
showing that actual sales for the first three months of 1921 ex exceeded
ceeded exceeded production by 80,958 Ford cars and trucks!
April requisitions already specify 107,719 additional cars
and trucks and the estimated April output of the factory and as assembly
sembly assembly plants combined calls foronly 90,000!
These facts clearly show that the demand for Ford products
is growing much faster than manufacturing facilities to produce
and were it not for the dealers' limited stocks, which are now be being
ing being rapidly depeleted, many more customers would have been
compelled to wait for their cars. It will be only a matter of
weeks, therefore, until a big surplus of orders will prevent any anything
thing anything like prompt deliveries.
If you would be sure of having your Ford car or trrick when
you want it, you should place your order now. Don't delay
Phone us or drop us a card.
TUCKER & MMON
disks that are graduated in size. The
tight-fitting bodice has a round Beck
and short sleeves. A puff of net set
In at the neck is a becoming Item,
not to be overlooked and the flower
trimmed hat. in a shape that suggests
the poke bonnet, corresponds with the
dress In style.
Crepe-de-chlr. georgette or other
supple weaves must be chosen for a
g;wn like that at. the left. It has a
panel ai the front adorned with frills
of lace anil hangs straight at the back
with cascaded drapery at the sides
hanging in points and longer than the
skirt. The bodice has a square neck
and elbow sleeves. Plain and figured
chiffon or georgette might be used to together
gether together in this dres. or wide lace might
make the cascaded drapery and any of
the sheer tissues the body of the
CCfTMOMT IT VBTWN MWtfH UHM
THE UNIVERSAL CAT
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-t-dh
'FOR RENT Furnished summer cot
tages on beautiful Lake Weir; reas reasonable
onable reasonable rates. Apply to J. H- Jaco
by, Weirsdale, Fla, 5-t
FOR SALE Oldsmobile eight in fine fine-running
running fine-running shape. A bargain. Mur Murphy's
phy's Murphy's Garage. 8-4t
FOR SALE Eight registered Duroe
pigs, cheap for cash; two 50-gallon
steel drums. H. S. Barnwell, Martin,
WANTED Position as stenographer
or typewriter. Good references.
Miss Hoyt Martin, Belleview, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 8-t
FOR SALEFord roadster, newly
pair ted, and engine in splendid con condition.
dition. condition. Tires all good, three prac-
tically new. $260 cash. George Nv&
Looney, Box 518, Ocala. 8-6t
HAULING When you 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
WANTED Position as housekeeper.
Prefer private home. Have had nec necessary
essary necessary experience. Apply 404 South
Orange street, Ocala. 9-3t
WANTED A position in store. Ten
years experience in general mer merchandise.
chandise. merchandise. Prefer position as soda
dispenser. Capable of managing
soda fountain. P. O. Box 4, Ocala,
FOR SALE One-ton Ford truck, cord
tires and two extra tires and rim.
Any reasonable offer. No. 447 Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha Ave. 10-3t
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
14 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf H. B. WHTTTINGTON.
Your competitor advertises. Do you. j
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