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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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OCALA

EVENING

AO

TEMPERATURES
This morning, 70. This afternoon, 90.
WEAtnra fosecast
Generally fair tonight ar-1 S aaday.
VOL 27
OCALA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY, JUNE II, 1921
NO. IIS

m
mum
NiHy-FiTe, with Probably Some Net
Yet K rovi Property Loss
Heavy ia Pueblo
Aoc.tate4 Preas)
Denver, Jane 11. Incomplete re report
port report from the Colorado flood areas in
response to inquiries from' the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press directed to mayors,
shows the following known dead.
Pueblo, 49; St. Charles Mesa, 10; Lst
Junta, 19; Sterling:, four; Union, one;
Denver, one; Mapsanola, eight; Las
Animas, four. Total, 95.
- Property damage at Pueblo is
nousi estimated at ten to twenty
' million dollars.
31USIC RECITAL
- The spring recital given by the
pupils of Miss Lancaster Thursday
afternoon, was an event of unusual
interest and pleasure. For this occas-
ion the studio and adjoining rooms
were most beautifully decorated with
many growing pal ma, "ferns and quan
tities of handsome flowers most ar artistically
tistically artistically arranged by the pupils.
On account of the large number of
students, only part play at one time
in these studio, recitals, which Miss
Lancaster gives often.
Miss Lancaster is a musician and
teacher of rare ability, as well as a
brilliant pianist and without excejv
tion the numbers played in this re recital
cital recital were well chosen and attractive.
Each pupil played in perfect time and
rhythm and with brilliant and clear
technique. In each number the care careful
ful careful and efficient training of the
teacher was evident.
The following program of piano and
violin music was presented:
Daisy Chains (Spaulding) Doris
Ballard.
'- Baracarolle (Bohr) Frances Bal Ballard..
lard.. Ballard.. :' -t s
Chasing Butterflies (Streabbog)
Susie Hunter.
Valse la Petite (Rathburn) Wil Wil-helminia
helminia Wil-helminia Wilson.
"Butterfly Waltz
Cronhein Wilson.
Twinkling Stars
Wood row Wilson.
. (Engelmann)
(Krogermann)
Playful Kittens
( Law son) Morris
Savage.
Spinning Song Ellmenreich)
Alma Townsend. -Evening
Shadows (Ritter) Myrtle
Mixon.
"Waltx (Englemann) Herschel Rob Rob-"
" Rob-" erts. ( .".;"
(a) The Hunter's Horn (Harker);
(b) Frolics (Mueller) Dorothy Cap Cap-;
; Cap-; pieman.
, Petite Scene de Ballet (Schutt)
Polly Smith. -;
Hungarian Czardras (Sartario)
Amy C. Long and Polly Smith.
The Black Forest Clock (Heins)
Edwin Roberts.
Abenlauten ( Eilenberg ) A m y
Long.
Cracovienne Fantastique (Paderew-
ski) Venetia Brown.
) Rondo de Lutins (Bazinni);
(b) Ave Maria (Schubert) James
Eoyce.
Valse Venetienne (Ringuet) Dor
othy Cappleman.
Salterella Caprice (Lack Willie
Huckaby.
A la Bein Amie (Schutt) Louie
Smoak.
Enticement (Norris) Dora Burnett
and Willie Huckaby.
(a) In a Three-Horse Sleigh (Tsch-
aikowski); (b) Finale from Etude
$ymphoniqde (Schuman) Madeline
Gerrant
. Hungarian Dance (Alfondy) Mar
tha Rivers and Sara Scott.
Un Soiree chex Chopin (Wachs)
Dora Burnett.
To the Springtime (Grieg) Mar
tha Rivers.
Mazurka (Wachs) Sara Scott
Sarabando (Bohm), George Hooper.
COL. TURCK WILL COMMAND
V FIRST FLORIDA. INFANTRY
Jacksonville, June 11. Col. Ray Raymond
mond Raymond C. Turck, world war veteran,
will command the First Florida In Infantry,
fantry, Infantry, National Guard, under orders
issued by State Adjutant General C
P. Lovell. He will have the rank of
colonel of- infantry. The order mak making
ing making the appointment formally an announces
nounces announces the organization of the regi regiment,
ment, regiment, the 16 companies organized re recently
cently recently in various cities having been
officially recognized by the militia
bureau of the war department.
Col. Turck while serving overseas
with the 35th division was, severely
gassed during the Argonne offensive.
He was promoted to the rank of col colonel
onel colonel in the medical corps Jan. 10, 1919
CoL Turck also served on the Mex
ican border, having organized the
First Florida Field Hospital.
Advertise for results.

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A GHASTLY flliO

Body of a Badly Mutilated little Girl
Discovered ia Fifty Feet of -Eer
Home
(Associated Pre)
Moorestown, N. J, June 11. The
badly mutilated body of seven-year
old Matilda -Russo, missing since last
Saturday, has been found. The police
are searching for Lewis Lively, a new
gro, age 35, in conneetiqri with the
killing of the child.
The body of the little girl was
found buried in the cellar' of Lively's
home, within fifty feet of the Come of
the Russo family. The body was dis discovered
covered discovered yesterday but the crime was
not revealed by the police in the hope
of catching the murderer.
Lively, who was employed in Phil Philadelphia,
adelphia, Philadelphia, came to Moo res town every
night. 'He was in town last night but
has not been found by the police.
The community is -aroused and extra
precautions have been taken to safe safeguard
guard safeguard Lively when he is found.
Five hundred dollars reward was
offered for the child's slayer: today.
The child's skull was crushed. A
butcher knife and a shoemaker's ham hammer
mer hammer were found in Lively's home.
Neither showed any blood stains.
PRESBYTERIAN LAWN PARTY
Presbyterian auxiliary circle No. 1
cordially invites all the members and
friends of the church to a lawn party
at the home of Miss Mary McDowell,
Monday afternoon, June 13th, from
5 to 8 o'clock. This lawn arty to
take .the place of the regular monthly
silver tea.
IN LOVE WITH FARMING
There is no more enthusiastic young
farmer in Marion county than Harry
R. Moore, whose farm is about four
miles south of town just west of the
Dixie Highway. Harry studies his
work and though young in years he
talks 'like an old timer, about the
scientific theories of farming, and he
has demonstrated to his satisfaction
the theories that can be put to practi practical
cal practical use on Florida farms. He says
that he proposes within a few years
having the show place among Marion
county farms.
REYNOLDS MAYRECOVER
Daytona, June 11. Lorillard Rey
nolds, shot by a masked mob at Sea Seabreeze
breeze Seabreeze Thursday, night, has a slight
chance for recovery, physicians said
today. There is a pistol bullet. in the
left lung by an X-ray examination is
expected tto indicate whether it will be
safe to attempt removal atUhis time.
Sheriff Morris of Volusia, is making
every effort to establish the identity
of the attackers, but no arrests had
been made this morning and it is not
known what his investigation has de
veloped.
AN IMPROVED FUSE
FOR AERIAL BOMBS
West Palm Beach, June 11. The
fuses for aerial bombs to be used by
the navy in the firing opeartions in
Hampton Roads the last of this month
have reliability and dependability as
their chief assets, according to Louis
S. Clarke, inventor of the fuse, and a
winter resident of West Palm Beach.
Mr. Clarke is owner of the Primerva
estates here.
The bomb fuse was designed by Mr.
Clarke with the assistance of A. K.
Brumbaugh in the former's laboratory
at Ardmore, Pa in 1918. according to
Mr. Clarke. The fuse insures abso
lute safety to the aviator, he says. It
can be regulated to explode at any
time or any height. Contact with a
solid body would not cause it to ex explode,
plode, explode, Mr. Clarke says, unless it were
so regulated.
Mr. Clarke is not a professional
chemist but has perfected several in
ventions which are in practical use.
LOOK! LOOK!
1916 Ford Touring ....$190.00
1917 Light ford Truck....... $200.00
Good tires and in good condition.
Spencer-Pedrick Motor oC. 9-tf
75 TIRES
32x3 slightly used; off of new
cars, at $16 each. These tires are
guaranteed tires, standard makes. U.
Sv Firestone. Goodyear, Goodrich and
Republic. AUTO SALES CO.,
6t Phone 348. Mack Tayjor.
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. WHITTINGTON.
$1 VOILES reduced to 65 cents at
FISHELS. 2-St

GUT III PAID

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Leadiag Meat of the Nation Gather
Around the Bier of the Dead
. Chief of the Legion
(Associated Pre a)
Cincinnati, June 11. Not since the
funeral of General Joseph Hooker of
civil war fame took place in the sev seventies
enties seventies has there been such a military
cortege in this city as that which will
be presented at the funeral this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon of CoL Galbraith. Assistant
Secretary of the Navy Roosevelt came
from Washington to attend the fun fun-eraL
eraL fun-eraL Governor Davis and a large
number of state officials represented
Ohio.
STATE UNIVERSITY WILL
HELP-THE SECRETARIES
Beginning next Monday the Uni University
versity University of Florida will have (a week's
short course for commercial secre secretaries
taries secretaries and .other community leaders.
The problems of city planning and
commercial organization work will be
discussed and there will be lectures
by experts. r
This course is not limited .to com commercial
mercial commercial secretaries. City officers, club
officers and any citizen interested in
taking the course can do so.
Information concerning the course
can be obtained from Mr. B. C. Riley,
director general, extension division,
University of Florida, Gainesville.
NOT MUCH ROUGH-HOUSING
IN BELFAST LAST NIGHT
(Associated Press)
Beelfast, June 11. One person was
shot and probally fatally wounded
and several civilians so roughly
handled they had to be taken to hos hospitals
pitals hospitals difring the melee here last
night. A police truck was gred on,
returned the fire and a general fight
followed.
WILL WRESTLE FOR WORLD'S
HEAVY-WEIGHT TITLE
(Associated Press)
Rochester, N. Y June 11. tSanis
laus Zbyszko and Strangler Lewis
have been matched to meet here June
27th for the world's heavyweight
wrestling title.
GYMNASTlCSDELETERIOUS
TO FUTURE MOTHERHOOD
X
London, June 11. A campaign in
the interest of motherhood and
against the ill-effects alleged to result
from girls going in for athletics has
been started here.
A resolution was passed at a meet
ing of managers of girls' schools and
of women who claimed to have made a
study of physical culture protesting
against the present system of physic
al training for girls as injurious to
future generations.
Several letters favoring the move movement
ment movement were read. Sir James. (Jrichton (Jrichton-Browne.
Browne. (Jrichton-Browne. wrote: "Physical exercise and
training are as necessary to girls as
to boys, but these must have regard
to physiological and developmental
considerations. To ignore sexual dif
ferences is to court disaster, in the
long run."
"Women who develop masculine in
stead of feminine instincts," wrote
Dr. Anabella Kenealy, "do this at the
cost of the male potential which is
transmitted by the father to the
daughter in trust for the male line.
Athletic women produce female off offspring
spring offspring mainly and seldom have sons.
When sons are born to them, they are
apt to be puny and delicate, or gen
erally emasculate or of inferior type.
The cultured classes, who are mainly
afflicted by athletic training, are fail failing
ing failing to provide sons of the fine physi physique
que physique and the manly talents and initia initiative
tive initiative which have set our Anglo-Saxon
race in the van of evolution."
HEMSTITCHING
There is a hemstitching expert in
the Singer Sewing Machine Company's
office in Ocalaat 317 North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street, where all work of this kind,
including picoting, is turned out on
short .notice, and every niece is guar
anteed. Why send your work of this
nature out of town? Mail orders re receive
ceive receive prompt attention.
8-6t Singer. Sewing Machine Co.
SPECIAL
1917 five-passenger Maxwell. Good
tires. First $125 gets it.
10-tf Spencer-Peedrick Motor Co.
HOWATT MUST SERVE TIME
(Associated Press)
Topeka, June 11. The Kansas su supreme
preme supreme court today affirmed the lower
court's sentence "hf Alexander Howatt
to one year in jail for contempt?

SEIII ran s

Denby Will Probably Givo the Old
Sailor a Severe Calling
Dowa
I Associated PreM)
Washington, June 11 Rear Admir Admiral
al Admiral Sims' leave of absence in England
was ; revoved today by Secretary
Denby and he was ordered to report
at once to the secretary of the navy.
Denby's action was taken without
waiting for a reply from Sim sto the
-secretary's cablegram asking whether
he was correctly quoted as attacking
Sinn Fein sympathizers in the United
States in his speech in London last
week.
GALLIVAN ERUPTS
A resolution declaring Rear Admir
al Sims an "undesirable alien" and
denying him readmittance to any Am
erican port was introduced in the
House late yesterday by Representa
tive Galli van, democrat, of Massachu
setts. '.
ROTARY CRUISE AND 4
PICNIC THURSDAY
Next -Thursday afternoon, June 14,
the Ocala Rotary Club will enjoy a
boat trip down the 'river and a picnic
at Osceola. The Ocala Rotarians will
have as guests about twenty Orlando
Rotarians and their wives. The boats
will leave the springs at five o'clock.
A picnic supper will be served at
Osceola and the return trip to the
springs will be by moonlight.
A very enthusiastic telegram has
been received from the Orlando Ro
tary Club accepting the invitation fit
the Ocala Club. With the party of
forty from Orlando, there will be
something over a hundred persons in
the party taking the outing. Accord
ing to present plans each member of
the Ocala Rotary Club will have one
guest. The outing down the river
will take the place of the regular
Tuesday luncheon next week.
SYNOD REFUSED TO
CUT OFF ITS SMOKES
i Associated Press)
Pittsburg, June 11. A resolution
prohibiting as delegates those persons
who used tobacco 'attending the 92nd
annual synod of the Reformed Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church of North Ameircan
in convention nere was defeated yes yesterday
terday yesterday by a large vote.
AND NOW EVERYBODY'S HAPPY
The auto auction sale staged by
Mr. W. L. Gray at the filling station
of the Auto Sales Company on North
Main street this afternoon attracted
people from several counties, and tho
the weather man handed out a special
ly torrid atmosphere, the bidding was
lively and -peppery.
The aggregation of machines driven
up for sale was probably the most
variegated that was ever assembled in
Ocala, and there seemed to be some
one wanting'every one of them.
The assemblage represented every
thing from practically new models to
antiquated designs shown in the comic
papers some twenty years ago.
However, nearly all of them have
changed ownership during the day
and everybody's happy.
BUSINESS SERVICE BUREAU
Stenography
Typewriting, Multigraphing,
Room 7, Merchants Block
PHONE 508v OCALA, FLA.
Residence Phone 593 and 98
HOLD-OVER SENATORS
PARCEL OUT THE PLUMS
Tallahassee, June '10. Patronage
incident to the next biennial session
of the legislature has been allotted to
the sixteen hold-over senators. It bes
been the custom several years to
parcel out at the end of each session
to the senators who will return for
the next assembly, the privilege of
selecting various minor attaches of
the Senate. This is done in order to
prevent confusion of a disorganized
force at the beginning of the follow following
ing following session. The hold-over senators
draw for the various privileges.
The following senators will make
the respective appointments for the
1923 session:
First district. Senator Ma poles,
page; third. Senator Lindsey, steno stenographer;
grapher; stenographer; fifth. Senator Shelley, en
grossing secretary; seventh. Senator
Eaton, journal secretary; ninth, Sen Senator
ator Senator Wilson, enrolling secretary;
eleventh, senator Taylor, doorkeeper;
thirteenth. Senator Campbell, mes messenger;
senger; messenger; fifteenth. Senator Knight, as assistant
sistant assistant secretary; seventeenth. Sena Senator
tor Senator Johnson, sergeant-at-arms; nine nineteenth,
teenth, nineteenth, Senator, Overman, janitor;
twenty-first. Senator Epperson, page;
twenty-third, Senator Igou, page;
twenty-fifth Senator Wells, steno stenographer;
grapher; stenographer; twenty-seventh, Senator
Cooper, stenographer; twenty-ninth.
Senator Knabb, chaplain; thirty-first,
Senator MacWilliams, stenographer.

LEAHS'l'lK III
THE-1 LEAGUES

Babe Roth Well Up ia Froat With
the Others Trailing Along
After Hub
(Associated Press)
Chicago, June 11. Babe Ruth was
the leading home run hitter in the
American League up to and including
the games of last Wednesday, with 16.
Meusel, of Philadelphia, leads In the
National League, with 10 Heilman.
of Detroit, is the leading American
League hitter, with an average of
.440; Hornsby, of St. Louis, in the
National, with .424. Frisch, of New
York, leads the National base steal steal-ers
ers steal-ers with 11; Harris and Rice, of
Washington, are tied' for first place
in the American, with 12 each.
ANOTHER BRAVE BOY
GVE UP HIS LIFE
(Associated Press -Arcadia,
June 11.- Funeral serv
ices were held at Carlstrom field to
day for Lieut. W. E. Goodrich, of Nor
wich, Vt who died yesterday as a re
sult of injuries sustained when the
airplane he was driving went into a
tail spin and struck the ground.
Many Classes of Dreams.
There are several distinct classes
of dreams, which are: The confusing
fantastic dreams; dreams we receive
as "a warning to le on guard; some
dreams are created through our nerv nervous
ous nervous system when something is not In
order In our body. These may come
after eating heavy meals before bed bedtime,
time, bedtime, cold fet. etc These dream
are to bring om reasoning power to
actioo. Some dreams .are created
through the power of fear. Then we
have the prophetic dreams. One kind
of dreams we believe they are
dreams are In actuality not dreams,
but actual experiences of the .ego,
which leaves the bolr when at sleep
and trfttrts on the mental world.
Take "Movies" Seriously.
Moving pictures area marvel to the
South Sea Islanders, accordingto a
recently returned visitor' to that por portion
tion portion of the globe, Tlie tragic part of
the fihn Is too much for the natives,
be said, and there is so much weep weeping
ing weeping and groaning that a man has to
go up n the gallery and tell them
that It will all come out all right In
the ad. Thus assured, the audience
proceeds to wipe up and watch for
further developments, and when the
heroine Is rescued and the villain Is
thwarted, pandemonium reaks loose,
for the people not only shout, but
dance with Joy.
Sines Ladies Smoke,
"Tour wife used to object to your
smoking." x
"Yes," replied Mr. Meekton. "That
was before Henrietta became so in interested
terested interested in great public questions.
Now she has me light a pipe now
and then so that when she makes a
speech she won't mind the cigarette
smoke m the audience."
Panama Springs Geographic Joke.
Panama erpetratea ne of the
greatest of genjrraphic Jokes 'on thoe
who visit It. It convincingly makes
east west. From Panama City the
sun rise out of the Pacific, which to
most American minds Is the proper
place only for seit.'ng suns. And he
who Rails through the canal frmi
the Atlantic to the Pacific travels
not front east to west, as he uatnral uatnral-ly
ly uatnral-ly expects to do. 'hot froto west to
east, or, more accurately, from north northwest
west northwest to southeast. One gets the im impression,
pression, impression, as one writer has phraod
It. that, "there Is something crooked
about this." The crookedness is found
to he In the isthmus, which runs pre predominantly
dominantly predominantly east and west, instead of
iiorth and south, and In addition
makes p d.iMe curve like tin letter
S.vc that at oi.e place the Atlantic
waters are actually west of those f
the Pacific. National Geographic So Society
ciety Society P.ulietiu. y
Reason for Sunday.
How did Sunday become' the first
day of th week indeed of the seventh?
The Sabbath of li e Jews was the
seventh dly of the week, the day.
cessation from tvoru among all He Hebrews,
brews, Hebrews, following jdiiys of labor
and doting -the week. .Sunday was
the first day of the week celebrated
In- memory of the "resurrection of
Christ. It is tlKirefore also known as
the Lord's day. Id the Bible (in Acts
XX 7) we are told taat the disci ;les
In Tnas wet w eekly oo the first day
of tle week for exhortation and the
breaking of breitd. Justin Martyr said
that Christians gathered then, because
it was the first day oo which God made
the world and because Jesus Christ on
the same day arose from the dead.
Spoiling His Style.
"Dea't you ever read Shakespeare 7"
"I used to," said the alert scenario
writer. x
"Year
Til have to acknowledge that bird
la pretty .good, but I found that read reading
ing reading his plays was making my style a
Tittle heavy, so I quit" Birmingham
Ago-Herald.

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Armed Thousands Watched the Flcr Flcr-"
" Flcr-" eoce, Ala, Jail Last
. Night
(Associated Press)
Florence, Ala, June 1L Two hun hundred
dred hundred men at daylight remained of the
cordon which at times during the
night numbered 3000 about tho jail
here where F. Whit Seay, on trial for
slaying- of his bride, is confined under
heavy "guard- The deputies' spent a
sleepless night with the expectation
of an attack on the prison by the' rest restless
less restless crowd, which showed disapproval
over recessing the trial yesterday on
account of the illness of a juror.
BOYS IN TAMPA
' WILL SOON BEHAVE
More Justice than Law ia Seatence of
the Juvenile Court
(Associated Press)
Tampa, June 11. Three small boys
convicted of entering a hardware store
here were sentenced in juvenile court
today to save enough money to pur purchase
chase purchase a knife for each boy in thelocal
children's home. The court ordered
that the knives be bought at the store
the culprits entered.
WEATHER NEXT WEEK
M (Assoc 1st so Prsssi
Washington, June 11 Normal tem
perature and generaly fair weather,
except for scattered thunderstorms,
with temperature slightly abo"e sea
sonal normal is the forecast for Flor Florida
ida Florida during the week 'beginning Sun
day.
x The Catch.
A New Kngland spinster was much
enamored of a neighboring farmer, but
the affection was not returned. Oae
!:y, starting on one of his weekly
vimis to town, the maiden came rush rushing
ing rushing out. cryiot
"Yoo-hoo. Mr. Sliupklns, do yoa
mind taking, in with you T"""
The farmer considered warily and
finally allowed her to climb in.
In vain the lady tried every topic of
conversation without eliciting respontf
and finally In desperation fell back on
ti( iassing bits of scenery. Going by
lite minister's house, she cried: "Oh.
Mr. SImpklns, what a beautiful hitch hitching
ing hitching post Pastor Watson has."
-Gol durn." cried the other crack crack-In
In crack-In his whip. "I koowed there was a
hitch In It somewhere. Dobbin,
giddap. Ma'am, that's fer bosses)
only." American Legion Weekly.
Rather the Contrary.
Carried away by the beauty of the
heroine on the screen, he murmured,
unconsciously, "Isn't she lovely !"
"Every time you see a pretty glrj
you forget you're married," snapped
his better half.
"You're wrong, ray dear; nothing
brings home the fact with so much
force."
In-tS Whirl.
Blohsoti The girl Is very keen
to
get in the whirl.
Taylor Then" tell her to come down
to our office and come la 'by tbo ro ro-voivinie
voivinie ro-voivinie iloor when a crowd of messen messenger
ger messenger boys are going through. Houston
Post.
Has Had Ten Capitals.
North Carolina has had at least ten
capitals, including Bath, Edentoo,
Brunswick, Wilmington, Newberry,
llillsboro. "Smith field, Fayette and
naleia-h. The reason for so many lay
In the custom prior to 1791 of trans transferring
ferring transferring the seat of government to the
place of residence of the governor or
the temporary meeting place of the
assembly.
In 1791 one square mile of land
was purchased for the foundation of
Raleigh as the permanent seat of gov government
ernment government At present the elty covers
four square mile.
Modernity.
Caller And hare you any old mas masters?
ters? masters? English Newrich Old masters be
'an red! Everything In this 'ouse Is
bloomln well up to date. Boston Tran Transcript.
script. Transcript.
Ancisnt Zoological Gardens.
Records show that King Nezahnal-
coyotl. had .zoological gardecs la Tea-
cuco. Mexico, in I be middle of the Fif
teenth century, and In tho next cen
tury Cortex found aviaries and fish
pond at Ixtapalapan. Montezuma IX
emperor of Mexico In the beginning of
the Sixteenth century, had large col
lections of animals tn the gardens of
his capital.
AlnJost all of tha modern zoological
gardens date from comparatively re
cent years, and contain large eouee-
tions of fine animals, mora suitably
housed than at any time In the his
tory of the world.
Great Help.
"A new clerk In a pollca court Is
greatly helped by one thing."
-What is thatr
" "The way prisoners understand pro pro-cede
cede pro-cede re and routine" Louisville Cour-lar-Journal.
This is a Studebaker year. tf

TEXAS TACiiLES THE

T1HE10E IDS
il
Lone Star State ia After the later later-state
state later-state Cotanterr Coraaussiaa and
U. S. Ry. Board of Labor 1
( Associ. ted Press)
-Austin, Texi Junell. The attor attor-ney
ney attor-ney gene!' office announced today
that the supreme court of the United
States had granted its requets to fie
a suit attacking the constitutionality
of the Interstate Commerce Commis Commission
sion Commission and the United States Railroad
Labor Board- The supreme court in informed
formed informed the department that subpoe subpoenas
nas subpoenas had been issued to the two or organizations
ganizations organizations requiring them to appear
before the court The state of Texas
sets up the plea that both are with without
out without constitutional or statutory autho authority
rity authority and asks that the two bodies be
adjudged illegal.
SAYE-A-UFE LEAGUE
SPEAKS OF SUICIDE
Probably the Beat Thing Some of the
Self-Slayers Can Do for
soeataeirea
(Aasoeistsd Press)
New York, June 11. Divorces, con congested
gested congested living conditions and enact enactment
ment enactment of the eighteenth amendment
are given as probable causes for the
aalrming increase in the number of
suicides in .1920, according" to reports
received by officers of the Save-a-Life
League with offices in this city. Dr.
F. L. Hoffman, .statistician of the or organization,
ganization, organization, estimates the number at
not less than 12,000. Of these report reported
ed reported cases 707 were children, he said,
the boys averaging 15 years, the girls
16.
Rev. Harry Warren, president of
the league, also declares that restric restrictions
tions restrictions in sale of narcotjc drugs helped
to swell the total of unfortunates who
died by their own hands.
Dr. Warren cites many trivial
causes as the impelling force for sui
cide. One man was distressed be because
cause because his new suit did not have enough
buttons on the sleeves of the coat
Another man rebelled at eating a
lemon pie his wife had constructed
out of turnips and glucose. A youth
killed himself because he was asked
to eat ham and eggs for supper.' A
woman became morbid because her
husband refused to partake otf her
dam chowder. A couple disputed
over whether the bedroom window
should be opcued an inch or not less
thai two feet at night The wife's
argument prevailed, and the man
killed himself.
Many of the suicides reported were
among prosperous individuals, and
Dr. Hoffman argues that no one basic
reason can be assigned for the sui suicidal
cidal suicidal increase.
Dr. Warren believes it is possible
to cut down the growing number cf
sukides by making it more difficult
for adults and children Xo obtain fire
arms and deadly poisons. Ha urges
that children be definitely instructed
as to the sin and futility of taking
one's own life.
The Save-a-Life League was found
ed a few years ago to cope with the
suicide problem. It offers the chance
lot encouragement Dr. Warren says.
to persons in mental anguish who
may be tottering on the bring of self
dettn&tion.
Dr. Warren has three methods
which he say are of value in reaching
individual cases of world weary per persons.
sons. persons. One is spiritual counsel, an another
other another calm reasoning, and the third
firnely financial assistance.
The principal thing, he says, is to
reach quickly the mentally tortured
and advise them to look on the bright
er aide of life. He says he has found
it an easy matter to -turn such per persons
sons persons to lives of usefulness and pro profitable
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he was driven from home, woold have
allowed it. No community can afford
to have a gang of lawbreakers in its
midst. There is no telling when they
will treat other people as Milton was
treated. There are times when men

make themselves so obnoxious that

the people living near them arise and

drive them out, but when that is done
there is no attempt at disguise at the

time nor denial afterward! So far as

the Star can ascertain, there is only a

small party of people implicated in

the persecution of Milton, and while
theTe may not be proof positive

against them yet, nearly everybody

has a guess as to who they are.

STRIVING TO IMPROVE

OUR SUNNY STATE

.At the recent annual convention of

the Florida State Commercial Secre-i

Union, we are sorry, and apologize.

But we don't see why the girl's life

should be shadowed.' The man was

staring in at her window, it itself a,

heavy offense, and if hfhad not seen

she had a pistol would probably have

tried to go in. When he saw the girl

rwas armed, he ran, and it was natur

al that in her indignation she should
go to the door and fire-after him.

There are too many of that sort of
men in the world, and each one of
them generally manages to cast a
dark shadow over he life of some
woman.

spend anything on victory monu monuments.
ments. monuments. Brooklyn Eagle. v
High taxes are the tacks on the
road to Normalcy. Asheville Times.
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The police couldn't take up the
modern girls for being without v visible

means of support. Columbia Record.

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While Mr. Harding is picking jour journalists
nalists journalists to be ambassadors, why not
send a "make-up" man to Japan?
Little Rock Gazette.

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

FROM BRIDAL TO HOME

,'If the comments of the state press
on his testimony reach Mendenhall in

his retreat at Raiford. he may be

sorry he wasn't hung.

The Tampa Times is respectfully

informed, that Marion county has no

1 Kuklux Klan. Like other counties, we

have little knots of bad men here and
there, but neither in number nor
'motives do they attain the dimensions
of a klan.

Presbyterian
(Rev. W. F. Creson. Pastor)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. Mr. N.
A. Russell, superintendent.
11 a. m. Morning worship. The

taries' Association in St. Augustine, Utor speak upon this subject:
a number of matters of state-wide Design Worthy of God.

importance were taken up. Among 8 n. m. Evening worshio. The

other things, statistics were ootainea evenine service will be held in the

from the secretaries present showing
the support given the commercial or

ganizations in the state by city and

county taxation. This form of sup

porting the commercial organizations

is becoming very popular throughout
the state. It is believed to be a most
equitable way of financing trade body

The Star has received the following
welcome announcements:
"Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McGahagin

announce the marriage of their daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Alma Vera to Mr. John Henry
Moore. Tuesday. June 7th. 1921, at

Tampa, Florida.
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"Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Moore
will be at home after the first' of July,
9139 Vatt Fifth ivonno Knnxvillp.

Every one is delighted with Tennessee r -

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Cars Washed' .$1.00

Cars Pushed

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Phone 252

Why not segregate the quarrelsome
folk from the rest'of us and let 'em
fight it out? St. Petersburg Times.
-'Quarrelsome folks are segregated,
right on this planet. All of us are
quarrelsome some of the timefi and
some of us quarrelsome all of the
time.

'The mayor- of Ocala resigned be

cause the council refused to confirms

his appointment of a chief of police

Commission-manager government is
' evidently needed in that city. Tampa

Tribune.

' That's what we are supposed to

have friend Trib.

y We; are" afraid our dear old friend,
Admiral Sims, has talked too darned
much. Some of what he says is true,
- but it hurts our national self-esteem,

" and we prefer the pleasing lies of
:. Josephus Daniels. Then again we are
prone to listen to demagogues, and

;most of our demagogues are Anglo Anglo-phobes.
phobes. Anglo-phobes. -Altogether, -Admiral Sims is

right in the middle of a bad fix.

- The editorial in the Herald saying
that world peace must be made in the

English language has been widely

quoted. We might add that English

as' written by Americans, was the

only language the Germans ssemed

to understand. Miami Herald.
They didn't understand that unti
President Wilson's private stock o:
' notepaper ran out.

-'No matter how we pronounce Car

pentier's name, it will have a pleasing
sound to the American Legion if he

'whips Jack Dempsey. St. Petersburg

Times..

One thing we can't understand is

why will a brave man and patriot,

' such as Carpentier has proven him himself
self himself to be, condescend to fight a
'yellow-backed, disreputable ruffian
like Dempsey.

-. A citizen of Kendrick precinct,
stopping in to see the Star the other
day, said, in regard to the Milton af affair,
fair, affair, that the people out that way felt
" aggrieved that their side, of the
question was not presented. The Star
was not aware that it was presenting
- any other side than that of the law law-abiding
abiding law-abiding people of that neighborhood,
who are greatly in the majority, and
'while Milton doesn't seem to be very
popular in the community we doubt
that the people as a whole, if they had
known what was happening the night

MICKIE SAYS

activities. In most instances the

money obtained from the city and
county is not applied to the over-head
expeenses of the commercial organi

zations but to such items as publicity,

advertising, band concerts and other

form sof recreation.

Following is a list of the cities rep

resented, at. the St. Augustine meet

ing whose commercial organizations j

receive aid by city and county taxa

tion:

Tampa, one mill, city and county,

$60,000.

Lake county, one mill, $8000.
St. Petersburg, one and a half

mills, city, $28,000.

Cocoa, one mill, city, $1000.
Orlando, one" mill city, $7000, two

mills city giving $23,00$ provided for.

Eustis, one mill city, $2000.

West Palm Beach, one mill city last

year, $is,uuu. two ana a naix mil is
city this year, $29,000. One mill

county, $9000.

St. Augustine, city will vote on one

mill tax.

Melbourne, two mill tax provided

for.

SI

Sanford, two mill city, $10,000. One

mill county tax contemplated, $5000

South Jacksonville, appropriation

from city, $5000.

Fort Lauderdale, one and a half

mill city, $4300. One mill county tax

provided for.

Fort Myers, two mill city, $10,000.

One mill county, $8000.
Tarpon Springs,' two mill city, $6000
DeLand, two mills city, $700.

The city council of Ocala has tfiis

year appropriated $500 toward the

booklet of Ocala and Marion county

and has placed an item of $800 in the
budget toward band concerts in the
city. The recent legislature passed
a bill allowing the county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners to appropriate $2000 for pub publicity
licity publicity purposes.
Another matter of importance dis discussed
cussed discussed by the secretaries was the
problem of tin can tourists and the
auto camp. It was the concensus of
opinion that the auto camp as an in institution
stitution institution is here to stay, and that
camps must be provided for motor
tourists. A committee of secretaries
was named to make an investigation
of camps throughout the country and
to work out a. system of uniform reg regulations
ulations regulations for motor camps in Florida!
In doing this the committee will co cooperate
operate cooperate with the state board of health.
The general opinion-at this time is
that the camps must be absolutely
sanitary, provided with lights and
water and fuel. It is the general
opinion that a nominal sum per day

should be charged for the use of

camps and a limit placed on the time
to be spent in the camps by each
motor party.

open air

our open air services. A cordial in

vitation is extended to all.

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Baptist
Rev. C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.

11 a. m. Worship with sermon,
"Weakness Made Strength."
6:45 p. m. Junior B. Y. P. U.
6:45 p. m. Senior B. Y.-P. U.

- l he aecond coming i Christ. j
8 p. m. Worship and sermon, j

"False Religions."
Grace Episcopal
John J: Neighbour,' Rector
(Third Sunday after Trinity)

7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Holy communion and ser

mon.

8 p. m. Evening prayer and short j

address on the subject, "What did
Jesus say about 'Hope'"?

All cordially invited to attend,
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Christian Science Services
Room 5, Merchant's Block
11. o'clock Sundays.

Wednesday evening meeting at

o'clock.

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Ocala Star glorifying the spirit of

the girl who shot the man said to
have looked in' at her window, abuses

the -Times-Union because we bewail
the ease with" which deadly weapons
can be secured by anybody and every everybody.
body. everybody. But returning to the girl,' if she
is the real sort, the taking of human
life will be a shadow over her always.
If she had fired through the window
it might have been different. Times-Union.

If we have abused the Times-

Germany is calm, but not yet. col collected.
lected. collected. Columbia, S. C." Record,
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An uppish class sometimes mistakes
itself for an upper class. Greenville,
S. C. Piedmont.
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Do we need more protection for in industry
dustry industry or simply more industry?
Arkansas Gazette.
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The pupils of Lenine's eyes are red.
So are his other pupils. Little Rock

Gazette. i

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Continued striking is well calculat calculated
ed calculated to put the "dust" in industry.
Columbia, S. C, Record.
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Some people think they are worth
a lot of money because they have it.
Greenville, S. C, Piedmont.
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A family of owls has taken up
quarters on the White House grounds.
Looks like a good omen. Seattle
Times.
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A scientist says elephants once
roamed over Texas. But not the G.
P. elephant. Greenville, S. C, Pied Piedmont.
mont. Piedmont. a a a
In fairness to Mr. Dempsey, we
trust the management will not permit
a draft in the arena. Baltimore Sun.
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Of course, the gentlemen who are

opposing disarmament wouldn't have
have to fight in the next war, any anyway.
way. anyway. Columbia Record.
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We nominate Alvin York as a com committee
mittee committee of one to go in and settle the
trouble in Mingo county. Cincinnati
Enquirer.
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We'd never heard about a lot of
war heroes until their names appear appeared
ed appeared on the government's slacker list.
New York World.
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The proposal to give Ireland a king
seems to be carrying ths principle of
reprisals a bit too far. Columbia, S.
S., Record.

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TEE COY SCOUT

Talk about one whale of a meeting,
but they had it last night at the sec second
ond second regular meeting of the Ocala
Boy Scouts. They had such a good
meeting that they ran over their time

twenty minutes and wouldn't hare
stopped then if the scoutmaster had
let the boys alone, but he told the boys
their parents expected them home
before midnight and so the meeting
broke up.
Next Friday is the lim.it for this

month's registration. If you don't
register by then you have to wait an another
other another month. And, by the way, there
is not much more room in the troop.
Better get in this week. Next week
you may have to go on the "waiting
list."

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FRANK'S

The sudden death of Mrs. Janes A.
Walters, which occurred yesterday
afternoon at 5:15 o'clock at her home
on South Third street, was a shock
to her many friends and to the com community
munity community at large, in which she was so
well known and beloved. Although
Mrs. Walters had been in poor health
for the past two years she was not
taken ill until Monday, and her con condition
dition condition was not considered serious un until
til until Friday morning after which she
grew steadily worse, until at noon all

hope of her recovery was abandoned,

and she sank rapidly, the end coming

shortly after five o'clock yesterday

afternoon. "All that love and devotion
could do and medical skill and science

could avail were offered to ea.se her

last hours, and until the last she was
surrounded by her loving family.

Mary Alice waiters was born in

Montezuma, Ga, Dec. 17, 1849, where
she lived and was married to Mr.

Walters in 1897. They made their

home there until moving to Ocala
sixteen years ago. Since coming to
Ocala Mrs. Walters hf s endeared her herself
self herself to all who knew her, friends and
neighbors. To know her was to love
her. She, always had a kind word
and a loving thought for every one.
Her loss will be truly and deeply
mourned. The sorrow stricken family

and bereaved husband have the deep

est sympatny ot the enure commu

nity who mourn at their loss. Thus
lived this noble woman, a devoted

wife and loving mother, that for hav

ing lived the .world is a little brighter

and better.

She is survived by her husband and

five children: Mrs. W. L. Armour,

Mis Margaret Walters, Mr. Howard

Walters, Dr. J. H. Walters and Mr.

Holmes Walters, all of this city; by

a sister, airs. Mattie wicKer oi won

tezuma. Ga who was with her at the

time of her death and by three broth

ers, Messrs. N. J. Wicker, R. JS.

Wicker and T. H. Wicker of Coleman.

The following gentlemen will act as

pallbearers: Messrs. James Taylor,

Philip Murphy, James Pyles, Frank
Harris Jr., Lester Lucas and T. D.

Lancaster Jr.

The funeral will be held from the
house Sunday morning at 10 o'clock,
Rev. C. W. White officiating. The

funeral arrangements are in charge of
Sam R. Pyles & Company, who re

quest the ball bearers to meet at their

parlors at 9:20.

Mrs. Tallulah Pauline Wilson, wife

of George S. Wilson, passed away at
her home on East Third street, at
9:30 Friday ever ing.

Mrs. Wilson had been ill for some

time, but only her family and a few

friends knew of it, which makes the

news of her death a shock to the

town.

Mrs. Wilson had lived in Ocala

about six years. She was a home-

oving woman, devoted to her family

and fireside, but nevertheless by her
quiet kindliness winning a large circle
of enduring friends.

Mrs. Wilson was born in Jackson

ville, Oct. 9, 1855. She is survived by
her husband and four sons, II. E. and

R. D. Bowden of El Paso, Tex, J. E.
T.. Bowden of Waycross and Sybald
Wilson of Pensacola, and a daughter,
Mrs. Jean Conoleyi of Ocala.

The funeral services will take

place at the home tomorrow after

noon at 3:30. Rev. J. J. Neighbour

will conduct the funeral services. The

pallbearers will be Messrs. H. M.

Hampton, O. B. Howse, Frank Mc-

Graw, Charles Simpson. E. G. Lind

ner and Edward G. Morgan.

Interment will be made in Green

wood and S. R. Pyles & Company will

have charge of the arrangements.

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undertaking parlors of Roberts and

Spencer, at 10 o clock tomorrow

morning, to go to Fort McCoy, to at

tend the funeral of Private Ira B

Waldron late of the A. E. F.
Louis H. Chazal, Adjutant.

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MRS. GEORGE S. WILSON

U. D. C NOTICE

The Daughters of the Confederacy

are requested to meet at the residence

of Mrs. Frank Harris tomorrow morn

ing at 9:30 to attend in a body the

funeral of, Mrs. Walters, which, takes

place at ten o'clock from the resi

dence.

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J. H. SPENCER

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GABRIEL Snubber
Service Station
FOR ALL MAKES OF
AUTOMOBILES

GOODYEAR and U. S. TIRES and TUBES
GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE
FULLY EQ UIPPED GA RA GE, EMPLO YING ONL Y EFFICIEN T
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FLORIDA

The oil supply of the United States

will be exhausted in 16 years, if pres

ent rates of production are kept up,
and no new producing territory is
discovered, it is asserted by Professor

John A. Bownocker, state geologist

and professor of geology at the Ohio

State University.

According to Professor Bownockei,

the United States has petroleum re

serves amounting to six or seven bill billion
ion billion barrels. The rate of production in

1920 was 440 million barrels a year.

However, this is thought to be- the

highest mark production will reach,
Brownocker said feologists believe.
The production rate is expected to de decline
cline decline this year.

Thus, Professor Brownocker points
out, this country actually can produce
oil for longer than 16 years, but at a
constantly decreasing rate each yeai.
More than ,60 per cent of the
world's oil supply is produced in the
United States. Much oil is imported
here from Mexico, second in oil pro

duction, but, Professor Brownocker
declared, at Mexico's present rate of
production, her. wells will ecase to be
a factor in two or three years.

Bertram Ibbetson & Co.,
Chartered Accountants
of Atlanta, Georgia,
Will open an office in theCommercial iRczh Balding
of Ocala, Florida, effective July 1st, 1921 for the
practice of Accounting, Systematizing, hcomejTax
Consultation and Preparation of Returns,
ATLANTA OFFICE

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

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

DqsgeBrothers

Announce a substantial

REDUCTION

Old Price New Price
Touring, Regular,' $440 $415
Touring, Starter,'- 510 .. 485
Roadster, Regular 395, 370.
Roadster, Starter 465 440
Coupe,-Starter, 745 695
Sedan, Starter, 795 760
Truck, 545 495

Above Prices f. o. b. Detroit

TOffiffi & SIMMS
Gcala DEALERS Florida

in the Price of their cars, effective

June 8th

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meet our customers personally, and anything we
can do to promote our mutual interest will be
cheerfully done. Our Bank is "anxious to give the
very best service that can be given to the commu community.
nity. community. Come in and talk over conditions with us.
Resources More Than a S19000,000
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KINDTS MUSIC STORE
Pianos and Organs Phonographs and Records Records-Sewing
Sewing Records-Sewing Machines and Supplies
. Expert Repairing of Phonographs, Sewing Machines,
Organs and Pianos
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The big Sacrifice Sale started off
this, morning with a rush. Of course,
there were naturally occasions when
customers had to wait a short time
for service, as the crowds were so
great that clerks could not possibly
.wait on them at once. Every day in
the future we will try to arrange for
sufficient help so that there will be no
waiting. Hundreds of people took
advantage of the "opening" day to get
first pick, but with the immense stock
on hand it will be some weeks before
t there will be any noticeable "hole" in
the supply. We want every customer
to bear this in mind: We make abso absolutely
lutely absolutely no assertions in our advertis advertising
ing advertising or in the store which we do not
carry out to the letter, and will pay
One Hundred Dollars for any proof
of misrepresentations. YouH save
money by reading our ads. and taking
advantage of the prices during the
Sacrifice Sale.

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L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
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.
TWO THINGS
YOU
SHOULD DO:
Work for Ocala
for the capital
AND
CALL PHONE S25
when your clothes
NEED A NEW WRINKLE
IN THEM
La-Donde Cleaning Co.
over Jirash Grocery
525 PHONE 525
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
75 TIRES
32x3 slightly used; oil of new
cars, at $16 each. These (ires are
guaranteed tires, standard makes, U.
S., Firestone, Goodyear, Goodrich and
Republic. AUTO SALES CO.,
6t Phone 348. Mack Taylorv
This is a Studebaker year.
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OLD STAND.
OCALA, FLORIDA

OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. William Martin has
returned
home from DeLand.
Bright color Percales, 36 inches.
Were 50c., now 19c, at FISHEL'S. 3t
Mr. Marshall Cam is at home from
the university.
Genuine Mary Jane "KEDS reduc
ed to $2.35 at FISHEL'S. 2-St
Mrs. Kate Clements of Lake Weir
was in the city yesterday visiting
friends.
EVER WEAR HOSIERY, the best
ever and cheaper now, on sale" at
FISHEL'S. 2-3t
Miss Cevie Roberts returned home
Thursdaafternoon from Tallahassee,
Where $he attended the Woman's Col College.
lege. College. .
Just received, shipment of THOM THOMSON'S
SON'S THOMSON'S GLOVE-FITTING CORSETS.
FISHEL'S. 2-3t
The friends of Col. John M. Martin,
who recently suffered a painful acci accident,
dent, accident, will be glad to learn that he is
getting along nicely.
Ladies' $5 HATS reduced to $3.50;
$4 and $4.50 HATS reduced to $2.98,
at FISHEL'S. 2-3t
Stanley and Maurice Perkins have
arrived in the city from St. Leo,
where they attended school, to spend
the summer with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. R. J. Perkins.
Midsummer hats and sport hats for
mountain or seashore, just received at
FISHEL'S. 2-3t
Mr. Herman Hodges of the Hodges
Motor Co. of Gainesville, is in the
city, especially to attend the automo automobile
bile automobile auction sale which took place
this afternoon.
In order to make room for our La
dies' midsummer HATS we are abso
lutely sacrificing our SPRING HATS.
FISHEL'S. 2-St
Miss Shell ie Souter and aunt, Miss
Fannie Clark leave tomorrow for
Dunnellon, where they will visit the
former's sister, Mrs. J. C. Metcalf and
family.
Just received a select line -of auto
sponges and chamois skins at Anti
Monopoly Drugstore. Phone 123. 7t
Mr. J. E. T. Bowden of Waycross,
Ga., arrived on one of the night trains.
trying to reach the bedside of his
mother, Mrs. G. S. Wilson, but was a
few hours too late to be with her in
her last moments.
Belfast, June 10. A police sei
geant and two constables shot in the
street today are reported gravely
wounded.
The
Russell
Blunt
A Handmade
Product of
Quality
We claim this is
the old reliable
nickel cigar hack
home again.
TRY ONE
AND SEE
B.F.
Russell
Manufacturer
120 S. Main St.
Ocala, Florida
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jack son ville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:90 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 em N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R."
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10am Dunnellon-Wflcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
iu:iapm ieesourg b:4Z am
4:45 pm. Gainesville 11:50 am
Monav. Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesaay, Thursday, Saturday.

THEATER PARTY

In honor of her cousin. Miss Doris
Sealey of Alachua, Miss Fay Fagan
entertained at a moving picture party
yesterday afternoon. There were
about eighteen present at this enjoy enjoyable
able enjoyable entertainment and after witness witnessing
ing witnessing the pictures, the hostess invtied
her guests to the home of her aunt,
Mrs. Arthur Cobb, where she makes
her home during the school term.
Music, dancing and all sorts of jolly
games took place foran hour, after
which refreshments of ice cream, cake
and candy were served by Maude
Gary, Fanita Cobb and Margaret
Chace.
The American Legion officers here
received last night a request from na
tional headquarters that all members,
if possible, stop work for one minute
at 1 p. m, central time; today, in
honor of the dead commander, Fred
erick W. Galbraith, whose .funeral in
Cincinnati began at that minute. The
request was transmitted to as many
members as possible.
Aubrey Wilson Porter, member of
Quentine Roosevelt Post No. 85 of
South Carolina, American Legion, is
very weak and sick at the home of
his parents on South Eighth street.
He is one of the boys who the death
angel touched with his wing as he
marched' upright and unafraid with
his comrades only to fade and weaken
when the war was over. He is very
bright despite his weakness. His com
rades of the legion post here are look
ing after him and our patriotic wom
en should help the boys.
GOODS SOLD AS CHEAP AS
ANY SO-CALLED SALES. There's
a reason. TRY US. FISHEL'S. 2-8t
Mr. Como D. Massey left Friday
afternoon for his home in New York
city after a week's visit in Ocala. Mr.
Massey's visit to Ocala at this time
was a sad one, having accompanied
the body of his mother from Talla
dega, Ala., where she died, to this
city for burial.
Mrs. C. L. Collins and daughters,
Misses Juliana and Ruth, have return
ed from DeLand. Miss Juliana Col
lins graduated from Stetson this year
and her mother and sister went, to be
preesnt at the graduating exercises.
Miss Collins is an exceedingly bright
and charming young woman and the
young folks especially will be glad to
learn that she will remain in Ocala
this winter, after a summer vacation
spent in the north with her grand
parents.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
14 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc
eries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Frink and
daughter, Betty left this morning by
automobile for their home at Sumica,
after a few days pleasant viist in the
city, guets at the home of Mrs.
FriT&'s father, Mr. D. E. Melver.
There's no extra charge- for clean
ing your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Misses Muriel Davis and Florence
Jones, winsome little ladies of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, have returned to their home
after a delightful visit in the city,
guests of Mary Shephard, the attrac attractive
tive attractive young daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Shephard.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
14 pounds of sugar for one tlqjlar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
Dr. and Mrs. Hugh Futch and sob
and the former's sisters. Misses Mu Muriel
riel Muriel and Celestine Futch of St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, were over night guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Leverett Futch,
en route to their home after an auto
mobile trip to points on the east coast.
Roadmaster Robinson of the A. C.
L. is here, supervising the work of
laying the heavy rail on this section.
Mr. Robinson is a veteran in his bus
iness and when he says a rail is down
right, it's right.
50 square second-hand' galraalied
iron for sale at per sqaare. R.
II. Todd Lumber Co. 8-4t
Mr. B. Hahn, one of our enterpris
ing farmers, living a few miles south
of Ocala, called on the Star yesterday
evening, and vaz&e it the acceptable
pre sept of two crates of the finest to
matoes, raised on his farm. There
isnt anything more refreshing than
a juicy tomato, just ripe, and so the
Star crowd is feeling spry today.
If you smoke cigars why not get
the best? Ask for Garcia de Oro 10c
at all dealers. 6-tf
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Perkins many
friends will be interested to know that
they have recently purchased the lot
on Fort King avenue east of Mr. J. V.
Tarver's residence and expect to erect
a beautiful stucco bungalow thereon
in th fa2.
USED FCSD CAES
One 1916 Ford Touring 2TS0
One 1914 Ford Touring: 1175.00
One 1914 Ford Truck 1$O00
6t AUTO SALES CO,
Phone 848. Mack Taylor.

UNCLASSIFIED

ADVERTISEIENTS
ANTED, LOST, TUND, FOB
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-I
I SIM-I LAB LOCAL NEEDS
WANTED AT ONCE. CARRIER
BOY FOR DAILY STAR, MUST
HAVE BICYCLE. A STEADY
ROUTE FOR RELIABLE BOY.
APPLY TO. MISS BULLOCK, AT
STAR OFFICE. S A. M. MONDAY.
FURNISHED ROOMS For rent.
Apply at 704 EastThird street, cor corner
ner corner Sanchez street. 31-t-dh
FOR RENT Famished summer cot-
itages on beautiful Lake Weir; reas reasonable
onable reasonable rates. Apply to J. H. Jaco Jaco-by,
by, Jaco-by, Weirsdale, Fla. 5-t
FOR SALE Oldsmobile eight in fine
running shape. A- bargain. Mur Murphy's
phy's Murphy's Garage. 8-4t
FOR SALE Eight registered Duroc
pigs, cheap for cash; two 50-gallon
steel drums. H. S- Barnwell, Martin,
Fla. 8-4t
WANTED Position as stenographer
or typewriter. Good references.
Miss Hoyt Martin, Belleview, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, i 8-6t
FOR SALE Ford roadster, newly
painted, and engine in splendid con condition.
dition. condition. Tires all good, three prac practically
tically practically new. $260 cash. George N.
Looney, Box 518, Ocala. 8-6 1
HAULING When von have trunk.
baeeape or mo vine to do let L. E.
Cordrey do it for you. Prompt serv-
ice. inow, aom xorget tne pnone
number 434. 6-4-lm
HELP WANTED We want ten
clerks at once to assist in our big
sacrifice sale. Apply to J. Malever,
at B. Goldman's old stand, west of
courthouse. 9-3t
WANTED Position as housekeeper.
Prefer private home. Have had nec nec-.
. nec-. essary 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,
Fla. 10-3t
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
WANTED-Timber, pine and cy cypress,
press, cypress, for crossties; near Railroad;
large or small tracts; can start cut
ting at once. L. Powell Tie Co,
Greenville, Fla. 11-lt
NOTICE
In the Circuit Court of Marion County,
Florida, in Chancery.
Wm. S. S. Allsopp, .Complainant, vs.
Nannie J. Dumas. Defendant;
Order for Constructive Service.
It is hereby ordered that the de
fendant in the above styled cause, to-
wit: Nannie J. Dumas, be, and she is
hereby required to appear to the bill
of complaint heretofore filed in the
above styled cause, on or before
Monday, July 4th, 19Z1
It is further ordered that this order
be published once a week for eight
consecutive weeks in the Ocala Eve Evening
ning Evening Star, a newspaper published in
Marion county, Florida.
Witness my hand and seal of said
court- at Ocala, Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, this May th, 1921.
(Seal) T. v. Lancaster Jr.,
Clerk of Said Court.
6-7-8 tdly-sat By Ruth Ervin. D. C
NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALK
Notice la hereby given that onder
and toy virtue of final dexrrea of fore foreclosure
closure foreclosure of date June 4. 121. nlerd by
the circuit court of the fifth Judicial
circuit of Florida, in and for Marlon
county, in chancery, in a certain cause
priding- in raid court In which W. W.
C. mlth la complainant, and Edwin C
Smith, et al. are defendant. L tha un un-dexBtgned
dexBtgned un-dexBtgned apecial master In chancery,
appointed by said court, in and toy said
decree, will offer for Bale and aell at
public outcry, to the hignert bidder,
for ea4h. tn front of the aouth door of
the Marlon county court houe. tn
Ocala, Florida, on
Mday, Jaly 41k, 121,
during the I gal hours 'of eale, the
SERVICE

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PAY CASH

ASK FOR
THE COUPONS

SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY
13 lbs. Giakulcted Sugar - -. $1.00
Not otter $2 worth to a customer
1 lb. am Red Salmon -..23

OPPOSITE GEO. MacKAY a CO'S. STORE

followinir dPcrbd land ta Slarias
cconty, Florida, to-wit:
Ixa tnlrty-nine and forty-two of thm
Smith and Daug-faertr Addition to
Ocala. on vhirt Is located t. resi residence
dence residence of E)dwta C Casitti.
, X. NIEL. FERGUSON.
Special Master ta Cbaacery.
HOCKER 4k MARTLN.
Solieaoni for the Complainant. f--&t

SOTICB
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi Judicial
cial Judicial Orctift of Florida, 1n aad fr
Oiarion County la Chancery.
Ida U. Dallaber, Coarcplainaat, vs.
George OaUaber, efe&datt.
Order for Constructive Serrica.
It la ordered that the defendant
herein najned. to-wst. Georsre XMUa
toer. be and tie Is ierby required t
appear to the Mil of complaint filed la
tins cause on or efor
MMdar, tk 4t day f Jaly, lZt
it is turtner oroered that a copy of
this order Oe published once a weeS.
for tour eonecutlYe weeks la ta
Ocala Evening- Star, a newspaper faa faa-llahetl
llahetl faa-llahetl In said county and state.
This 4th day of June. 1!1.
Br RUTH KRVIN". D. C.
T. IX lA NC AST FIR. JR..
tClerk eol) Clerk Circuit Court,
Marion County. Fla.
tt A. JEFFCOAT.
Complainant's Solicitor. t-4-Sat
STOMACH TROUBLE

hihzx Ltlj Had Scaetiiaf LHa
Izdijtjtica Until Sht Toslc
Ebxk-Drxaxht, .Hea
Got AH Eifit
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Seymour, led. "Some time aro 1 Jf
had a sick spell, something like lads'
f.r.tlon." writes Mrs. Clara Peacock, of
Koute 6, this place. I would get very
t ck at the stomach, and spit or vomit,
t socially la the mornings.
"Then I began the use of Thedford's
Black-Dranght, alter I had tried tier
nit-ukices. The Black-Draught re--ltored
me more than anything that I
tortk. snd I got all right.
! haven't found anythi&g better
than Black-Draught srhen Buffering
from trouble caused by constipation.
It is easy and sure. Can be taken ta
small doses or large as the case calls
It.-."
When you have sick stomach. Indi Indirection,
rection, Indirection, headache, constipation, as
c'her disagreeable symptoms, x tale
Black-Draught to help keep yottt
tyUem free from poison. ;
. Thedfords Black-Draught Is mati
from purely vegetable ugredleats,
art In a rsntls, rctrra! war, and has
no bad after-effects. It may be ssitiy
taken by young or old.
Get S package of Black-Draught to
day. Insist on the gefiuine, Thedferd'a,
At your drusskt's. KC-lil

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Between Tea Cent Store and GerffV
Drug Store
iyi8 Buick roadster, five good tires,
top, mechanically O. K. Price right.
Terms if desired Speneer-Pedriclc
Motor Co. 10-tf
increase your sales. Jldrertiaa,
We will be in our new home on ill
CORNER HARRINGTON HALL
Hotel, Saturday,
JUNE 11th
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