The Ocala evening star

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

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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TEMPERATURE
This morning,' 72.
This afternoon, 100.
VOL. 27
RECALL HAS IT
8EEII RECEIVER
Admiral Sims, However, Expects ti
Leave England for America in
, a Few Days Anyhow
(Associated Press)
London, June 13. Rear Admiral
Sims said this morning he had not
received the cable f rom Secretary
Denby cancelling the remainder of his
leave of absence and ordering him to
report in Washington.
AN OPINION FROM THE LONDON
EXPRESS
London. June IS. In an editorial

on the speech of Rear Admiral Will William
iam William S. Sims, jthe Sunday Express
"' says:
"The remainder of Admiral Sims'
leave is short, as it was cancelled. He
has been guilty of the crime of many
great sailors speaking his mind
without attempt at subterfuge. The
late Admiral Lord Beresford and, the
late Admiral Lord Fisher were offend offend-ers
ers offend-ers of the same sinew. There is some something
thing something in the vastness of the ocean
- and the majesty of the unharnessed
elements that makes men of the sea
impatient of such laws as sway smal-
- ler men of political affairs.
"Admiral Sims may have been in indiscreet
discreet indiscreet that depends on the view view-nM
nM view-nM but he has done more for
. .-A.MV?io-American good feeling than all
the studied phrases of a hundred dip diplomats.
lomats. diplomats. He returns to America hon honored
ored honored and beloved of England."
SIMS SAYS HE WAS MISQUOTED
Washington June 13. Remarks at attributed
tributed attributed to him in press reports of
, his recent address before the English
Speaking Union in London, in which
he criticised activities of Sinn Fein

not correctly quoted, and were mis mis--
- mis-- leading, Admiral William S. Sims de declared
clared declared in a cablegram received yester yesterday
day yesterday by Secretary Denby.

y "Statements that were attributed
to me," said the message, "were not
correctly quoted. M Context misleading
.''"J and garbled. Report of statements is
incorrect and inferentially wrong.
Statement actually madev was sub

stantially the same as reepatedly
made in public in America and in my
boole TheVictory at Sea, and in pub pub-r
r pub-r lie address at meeting held for in increasing
creasing increasing good relations between the
English-speaking people.".
IDE PASSED AWAY
(Associated Press)
St. Johnsbury, Vt., June 13 Henry
C. Ide,, formerly governor-general of
the Philippines, and later minister to
Spain under Taft, died today at his
home here.
JACKSONVILLE'S NEW BRIDGE
ACROSS THE ST. JOHNS
Jacksonville, June 13. With plans
completed for the most elaborate eel
ebration of tha kind ever arranged in
the South, Duval county will dedicate
and open the new St. Johns river
bridge with three days of merrymak
ing and festivity, beginning June 30
and ending July 2.
Invitations have gone out from the
celebration committee to the mayors
of aH cities, all boards of county com commissioners,
missioners, commissioners, state boards and many
others formally to participate in
these -events. Governor Hardee and
his cabinet have been invited and are
expected to join in the celebration.
An elaborate program of entertain entertainments,
ments, entertainments, parades, mardi gras features,
fireworks, receptions and other feat features
ures features have been arranged. Sponsors
to assist in the dedication of the
bridge will be appointed by many
cities and many social events are be being
ing being planned in their honor.
This celebration promises to eclipse
anything of the kind ever preiously
attempted in Florida, and all of Duval
county is looking towards its success.
F. G. Groover is general chairman of
the committee and dozens of sub subcommittees
committees subcommittees have been appointed and
are functioning in their 'separate de departments.
partments. departments. Arrangements are being
made by the transportation commit committee
tee committee to secure low round-trip rates on
all railroads leading into Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, and a large number of visitors
are expected from many cities.
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.

LA

A BAD BILL UP
Ill THE SENATE
- i
To Tax the People in Order to Save
Coastwise Shipping from
Paying Tolls V
(Associated Press)
Washington, June 13. American
coastwise shipping would be exempted,
from the payment of Panama canal
tolls under the bill ordered favorably
reported today by the Senate inter inter-oceanic
oceanic inter-oceanic canals committee.
PRESIDENT HARDING WANTS
THE BOYS TO TRAIN
(Associated Press)
Washington, June 13. President
Harding urgds every young man who
can possibly arrange to do so to at attend
tend attend one of the citizens' military
training, camps to be conducted by the
war department this summer. In a
statement made public yesterday, he
expressed the hope that during his
administration arrangements will be
completed for giving military training
to at least 100,000 young men each
yfear.
The text of the statement said:.
"I nope every young man whocan
arrange it will attend one of the citi citizens'
zens' citizens' military training camps to be
conducted this summer by the war
department in each of the nine army
corps areas.
"In this way he will increase his
worth to' the nation and obtain indi individual
vidual individual benefits of priceless value to
himself and to the community in
which he lives.
"I hope to see established during
my administration a comprehensive
system of voluntary military training
for at. least 100,000 men each year.
Every young man. who is willing to
prepare himself for the defense of his
country should be given an -opportunity
to do f o.
"Our present national defense law
established an economical and demo democratic
cratic democratic military policy thoroughly con consistent
sistent consistent with our national traditions.
It provides for a small regular army
to be augmented by great citizen
forces in the event of a national
emergency. This is our traditional
military policy. But whereas in the
past these larger war forces have
.been extemporized after the occur
rence of an emergency, the new law
wisely provides that the framework
of their organization shall be estab established
lished established and developed in time of peace,
insofar as this is practicable through
the voluntary service of our patriotic
young men. The army of the United
States as defined in the new law,
comprises the regular army, the -National
Guard and the organized re re-serves.
serves. re-serves. Every patriotic citizen should
encourage the development of these
forces, each within its proper sphere."
HOSAY HAS GONE TO
HIS LAST, LONG HOME
(Associated Press
, New York, June 13. General Jose
M. Gomez, former president of Cuba,
died at the Hotel Plaza here at 1:45
today. He had been ill for some time
with pneumonia. His condition this
morning became such that consulta consultation
tion consultation of physicians was held. Mem Members
bers Members of the family were at his bedside
when the end came.
75 TIRES
32x3 slightly used; off .of new
cars, at $16 each. These tires are
guaranteed tires, standard makes, U.
S., Firestone, Goodyear, Goodrich and
Republic. AUTO SALES CO,
6t Phone 348. Mack Taylor.
STOCK MARKET LIQUIDATED
AND SOLD SHORT
(Associated Press)
New York, June 13. Another wave
of liquidation and short selling swept
the stock market today causing losses
of from one to five points in the first
half "of the session and establishing
numerous low sjecohrds for one to two
years.
Read the want uds.
Weather and Diamonds.''
Diamond dealers don't like to pass
an opinion on gems when the day 1
damp. It Is a fact that weather has
a great effect on precious scones.
Murky weather will spoil the appear appearance
ance appearance of a diamond, but a really nasty,
foggy day will make erect the purest
stone seem Imperfect.

EVENING

OCALV, FLORIDA,. MONDAY, JUNE 13, 1!2I

STATEMEHT F
To the People of the City of Ocala:
Through the courtesy of the Ocala
Star, I am employing this method of
explaining my recent action in resign resigning
ing resigning the office of mayor of Ocala, and
later withdrawing my resignation
temporarily.
At the last meeting of the council I
presented to the members a resolution
which had been approved by the at attorney
torney attorney for the Commercial Bank, the
purchaser o fthe bonds of the city,
and which, I had been assured, would
purchaser of the bonds of the city,
the. impression that no further action
on my part would be required to con consummate
summate consummate the sale of the bonds; and I
took this action prior to introducing
the subject of the chief of police for
the reason that I wished to insure the
sale of the bonds in any event. .
On Wednesday following the coun coun-eff
eff coun-eff meeting, the Commercial Bank de desired
sired desired further action on the part of the
city relative to the bonds, which action
required immediate attention, and in
order to prevent the occurrence of
anything which might interfere with
the sale of the bonds, I withdrew tem
porarily my resignation. Since that
time the demands of the bank have
been met, and the consumation of the
sale of the bonds is now awaiting the
approval of a bond attorney of na national
tional national reputation. Upon receipt o his
opinion, if favorable, the money will
be deposited and the work can begin.
I have not, however, changed my
opinion in regard to the matter of the
chief of police. I still am of the
Mppinion that a change would be benefi
cial' to the interests of the city, and
the matter will again be presented to
the council at its next regular meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Four applications were made for
the position of city marshal, those of
Mr. Gordon, Mr. Adams, Mr. Wiggins
and Mr. Raymond. Of these four, Mr.
Raymond was my choice as the mar marshal
shal marshal who could best accomplish the
results that I desired, the ridding of
the city of bootleggers, houses of
prostitution and gambling dens. I am
convinced of this from a personal ac acquaintance
quaintance acquaintance with Mr. Raymond, and a
knowledge of his former experience,
two years with the military police and
United States Secret Service. I am
unable to appoint a man who will not
apply for the position. I am limited
in my choice to the applicants, and of
the-four who have applied, I have
made my choice of the man thatI be believe
lieve believe to be best fitted.
I can work in harmony with Mr.
Raymond. I cannot do so with the
other three, and I cannot consent to
remain in a position where I am held
responsible for the enforcement of
the law, and at the sarin? time be
forced by the action of the council to
accept a marshal that I have refused
to recommend. Respectfully,
R. L. Anderson Jr.
Had Large Sum on Hand.
History relates that Croesus was
given entertainment on one occasion
by a Lydlan named Pythius, supposed
4o have been a distant relative of
Croesus. During the entertainment
Pythius Informed the king that when
he heard of his approach he had made
careful count ,of all his .ready money
that he had on hand in gold and sil silver,
ver, silver, $24,000,000, and that he wished
to present It to the king as a token
of regard.
The king hesitated about taking his
money lest Pythius might be reduced
to want, but Pythius replied : "My
lands, estates, slaves and income-bearing
property are still untouched."
This sum of money was simply. cash
on hand which he had not yet invest invested
ed invested At the rate of 10 to 1 In modern
purchasing power, Pythius aad ready
money equaling $240,000,000.
Concerning Proverbs.
A proverb Is seen at its best when
it Is not over-familiar to us. Then
we can enjoy the sudden suit flavor
of cynicism, the searching Irony that
made Bacon describe proverbs as
-edge tools of speech, which cut and
penetrate the knots of business of
affairs." J
France, as might be expected. Is
rich In the edge-tool variety of prov proverb
erb proverb though the edge, naturally, suf suffers
fers suffers In translation. -He that cannot
pay let him pay." "The nearer the
church, the farther from God. Spain
has proverbs, with a smoothness, a
characteristic blandness in place of
the sharp French rapier thrust. Let
that which is lost m be for God." "A
fool, unless he knews Latin Is never
a great fooL" V. H, Friedlaender, in
Country Life.
Attractive ads. pay big dividends.

1

MAYOR AIIDEO

HOT A FAVORITE
WITH THE LADIES

Four Women Implicated in the Mur Murder
der Murder of Daniel F. K a ber,. For Formerly
merly Formerly of Cleveland. O.
Associated Press l
Cleveland, June 13. Four women
are now formally charged with the
murder of Daniel F. Kaber, who was
stabbed twenty-four times by hired
assassins in his home at Lakewood
two years ago.
Mrs. Ermina Colavito, age 32, was
booked on a murder charge early io-'
day, after she made revelations to the
police. Others charged with the
crime are the widow. of the slain man,
her daughter and Mrs. Mary Brickel,
aged 69, mother of Mrs. Kaber.
Mrs. Colavito described in a signed
statement, the authorities say, how
two days before the murder the as assassins
sassins assassins had tiptoed through his home
to get the lay of the land, while Mrs.
Kaber's daughter, Marion McCardle.
played the piano to drown the noise
of their footsteps. She is also alleged
to have said the assassins demanded
$5000 for committing the crime, but
Mrs. Kaber declared she would not
pay it unless her husband was killed
with some weapon, so she could collect
on his accident insurance policy.
irS NO PROTECTION
TO BE INSANE
A Loony Physician Sued for $40,000
by Widow of Man He Killed
(Associated Pri-as)
Winston-Salem, N. C., June 13.
Mrs. Ethel Taylor, widow of Chief of
Police J. E. Taylor, shot and killed in
Thomasville April 16th by Dr. J. W.
Peacock, has filed suit for $40,000
damages. H. E. Shaver of Thomas Thomasville,
ville, Thomasville, wounded by a shot fired by Pea Peacock
cock Peacock at the time he killed Taylor, has
entered suit for 25,000. Peacock was
declared by a jury Saturday night as
insane when he shot Taylor and ac acquitted
quitted acquitted of murder.
Peacock an Ex-Lakeland Man
Lakeland, June 13. Peacock resid resided
ed resided in Lakeland seven years, moving to
North Carolina three years ago. His
mother and several relatives are now
living here. His mother has never
been told of her son's killing Taylor
AMERICAN LOST Hji
LIFE IN IRELAND
(Associated Press
London, June 13. A dispatch from
London said Thomas Rush, age 35,
said to be an American navy pension
er, was shot to death yetserdayby
crown forces.
NEUTRAL BUT WATCHFUL
(Associated Press)
London, June 13.. The attitude of
Great Britain regarding the conflict
between the Greeks and Turkish na nationalists
tionalists nationalists will be- one of strict neu neutrality,
trality, neutrality, it was announced today in the
house of commons.
SPLIT THE DIFFERENCE
Reading, Pa., June 13. Union job
printers in the largest shops here re returned
turned returned to work today on a compro compromise.
mise. compromise. They will work forty-four hours
intsead of forty-eight at a wage- re reduction
duction reduction from $38 to $35 a weelJ.
Saturday's Jacksonville Metropolis
contain ed a full page, 116 in all, of
the pictures of the Duval high school
graduates. Among them were two
smart and pretty girls, well known in
Ocala Miss Ruth Rawls, daughter of
Mrs. Sam Rawls, who lived with her
parents here when she was a little
girl, and Miss Susannah Dodge,
granddaughter of the lamented Rev.
W. H. Dodge, and a frequent visitor
to our town.
Miss Sarah Dehon and Mr. Ralph
Cullen are expected home the latter
part of the week. Sifice Miss Dehon
left her school in Connecticut, she
has been enjoying a visit with friends
in New Jersey. Messrs. Ralph and
Charles Cullen attended Amherst Col College
lege College the past winter. The former
will Le accompanied home by a school
mate, Mr. Bradford Williams, who
will be his guest for several weeks.
Mr. Charles Cullen will attend sum summer
mer summer school at the University of Vir Virginia.
ginia. Virginia. All Garcia de Oro cigars wrapped in
tinfoil 10c at all dealers. 5-tf

U 1 illi M

WINTERPARK- LOST
ITS
Temporary but Severe Inconvenience
for People of Thriving Orange
County Town
(Associated Press)
Orlando, June, 13. Fire early today
destroyed the ice factory and water
works at Winter Park. The flames
are believed to have' originated from
the ignition of, gasoline from a lan lantern.
tern. lantern. Orlando is supplying the town
with ice while water in limited quan quantities
tities quantities is being served by a small
emergency stati6n located near the
destroyed main plant.
PUEBLO APPEALS TO
. AMERICAN PEOPLE
After Many Drives for Foreigners,
Lett's Have One tor Oar Own
(Associated Press)
Pueblo, June 13. An appeal to the
United States Chamber of Commerce
for relief subscriptions was made to
day by Governor Shoup and Pdeblo
civic organizations. The appeal state's!
Pueblo's needs are beyond the re resources
sources resources of the community, that sub
scriptions have been light and that
haste is imperative.
ARLO BOX COMPANY
DEFEATED WALDO
The Arlo Box Co. evened up its
score with Waldo Saturday afternoon
on the Oak diamond when the Waldo
boys went down in defeat in a fast,
clean game of ball. The game, was
Ann f 9 fV a oetae rf"v 9 4-Via
only one hour and 13 minutes for the
play. Waldo out hit the "Arlo boys
but their hits did not come at the
right time and they were unable to
score runs with them. Seiler, play playing
ing playing cer.ler field for Arlo made a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful running catch of Beams' drive in
the seventh inning. Kickliter, Perez
and Smith annexed the honors for
bits with extra bases attached, each
of them getting credit for two-H
o
baggers. Roberts and Smith pulled
oflf a pretty double play when Roberts
caught what looked like a safe hit to
left field and threw to Smith for a
double at second.
A good crowd attended the game,
there being several carloads of fans
out from Ocala to help the Arlo boys
root. After fhe game the Arlo team
gave a fish fry at Silver Springs for
the entertainment of the Waldo team
and from all appearances the Waldo
team was well entertained.
The Box Score
Waldo AB R II PO
Winters, 2nd 4 1 2 2
Henley, cf 1 3 1 1
Kickliter, ss 4 0 2
Williams, 1st ...U4 0 2
0
0
9
2
2
2
1
8
Epperson, p 4 1
Blakeley, rf .'. 4 0
Beam, 3rd 4 0
Christopher, If ... .3 0
0
0
0
0
0
Boothby, c 3 0
33 3 7 24 11 6
Arlo Box Co. AB R II PO A E
Roberts, If. 4 1 1 1 1 .0
Perez, ss 4 0 1 1 2 1
Lindsey, 3rd 4 2 1 2 1 1
Strickland, p. .....4 2 0 1 4 0
Smith, 2nd 4 1 2 4 1 1
Kelley, 1st 3 0 0 9 0 0
Seiler, cf 3 0 1 i 0 0
Riles, c k3 0 0 7 1 1
Franklyn, rf 3 1 0 1 0 0
, 32 7 6 27 10 4
Score by innings:
Waldo 1.. . '. 000 010 0103
Arlo 020 110 03x 7
Summary:- Two-base hits, Kickliter,
Perez, Smith; sacrifice hits, Henley,
Kelley, Seiler; stolen bases, Henley,
Epperson, 2, Roberts, Strickland, 2;
double play, Roberts to Smith; struck
out by Epperson, 7, by Strickland, 7;
hits off Epperson, 6. off Strickland, 7;
hit by pitcher, by Epperson, 1. Um Umpires,
pires, Umpires, Connell and Leavengood. Time,
1:18.
LOOK! LOOK!
1916 Ford Touring..., $190.00
1917 "Liht Ford Truck $200.00
Good tires and in good condition.
Spencer-Pedfick Motor oC. 9-tf
USED FORD CARS
One. 1913 Ford Touring $275.00
One 1914 Ford Touring $175 JM)
One 1914 Ford Truck $150.00
6t AUTO SALES CO,
Phone 348. .Mack Taylor.

WATERWORKS

A "J WEATHER FORECAST -JLbL
, Fair tonight; Tuesday

partly cloudy.
. NO. 139
TRYJJIGTO COVER TOO
T
If the A F of L. Didn't Ask So
Many Questions it Could Give
. More and Better Answers
(Associated Press) t
Denver, June 13 Unemployment,
the open shop, wage reductions, rela relations
tions relations with European labor federa?
tions, disarmament, the Irish question
and recognition of the Russian soviet
government are among the more than
a score major issues before the forty forty-first
first forty-first annual convention of the Ameri
can Federation of Labor which opens
here for a two weeks' session today.
SIX CENTS FOR SUGAR
Lowest Price for Four Years Quoted
Today in New York
, (Associated Pry;)
. New York June 13. A new low
price for the last four years was es-'
tablished in the refined sugar market'
today when several local refiners
quoted fine granulated at six cents a
pound. r
- BUSY NIGHT IN BELFAST
Irish Seem Bent on Settling Their
Differences by Eliminating'
" Each Other ""
(Associated 'Press) -Beelfast,
Juno 13. Rioting
last
night added four more victims t the-',
Belfast week-end death roll, three be7
York street and the fourth being shot
during sniping activities.
1 MANY YOUNG MEN
WANT TO MIX MEDICINE
(Associated Press)
Miamii June 13. Forty-five Appli Applicants
cants Applicants are taking the examination here
today for pharmacist's license. The
state pharmaceutical convention opens
here Wednesday.
EPWORTII LEAGUE IN
SESSION AT CLEARWATER
(Associated Press)
Clearwater, June 13. The Florida
Epworth League begins its .annual
asesmbly at Clearwater eBach tonight
at the temporary home of Southern
College. Five hundred delegates are
expected.
FORTY-FOUR HOUR WEEK
PRINTERS STRIKE FAILED
(Associated Frees)
Jamestown, N. Y., June 13 The
strike of job printers here for a 44-
jhour week ended this morning when
the printers returned to work m all
job offices on a 48-hur week at the
old rate of wages.
1
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 sham-poo
poo sham-poo in g, 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 fo go. 27-tf
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pra
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
, Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pa
2:55 am NTfork-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 Jack son vOle-NTork 2:33 am
1:45 pm JksonviTle-GainsTine 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St-Petabrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wflcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosasa
10:15pm Leesburg
4:45 cm Gainesville
1:25 pm
6:42 am
11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.

TO

RAILROAD SCHEDULES



OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY. JUNE 13. 1921

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One year, in advance t S.00
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Three snonths, in advance. 1.50
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ADVERTISING RATES
, Displays Plate 15 cents per inch for
tions 25 ner cent additional. Compogi-
. tlrm rhareps on ads.. that ran less. than
' six times 10 cents per Inch. Special
nosfttion 25 er cent additional.- Kate
based on louT-lnch mtniimnn." less than
four inches will take a higher rate.
which will be furnished upon applica application.
tion. application. RMdlaar XotlfMt Five cents rcer line
for -first Insertion; three cents per line
for each aubsemient insertion. One
change a week allowed on readers with
out extra composition enarges.
' Legal advertisements at legal rates.
Still, we" can't .understand why
(Sims is ordered home and Harvey al
towed to stay. t
. The five-cent loaf is said to be
coming back, but the five-cent loafer,
; alas! has never been away.
A rattlesnake's rattle is made to
' be ? rattled only by himself, and you
j. had better not try to press his buttom
V- It makes one feel big to peel a bill
off his roll, but it doesn't have that
effect on the roll.
Phil Armstrong of the T.-U. has
been rebuking men for swearing. Re
vbuke the ladies, too, Phil; we are all
citizens now.
Miss Flora McFlimsy's complaint
that "she had nothing to wear,"
would win "her no sympathy in this
weather and fashion.
rw;nn frt tv. fart that AHmirjfl
Sims had already booked his return
passage to America, his recall by Sec
retary Denby will be no great depri
vation.
Mrs. M. A. MacAdow of Punta
Gorda has willed her home as a-site
for the Charlotte county courthouse,
and all the Charlotteans rise up and
say, "Blessed is she among "women.
- The South has claimed the right to
. manage its race problem in its own
way. To be consistent, it should aid
the Pacific coast to manaee its race
problems in its way.
Those trials of German officers for
brutality to prisoners during the war
are fakes. Occasionally they convict
a subaltern, but the men higher up
are never touched.
When that man Futch, of Tampa,
debauched his own daughter, was ac acquitted
quitted acquitted in a regular court and was
afterward allowed to walk the streets
untouched, Judge Lynch must ha
been asleep on the job.
The Mennonite colony in Canada,
which recently sold its lands to a
, Florida syndicate, will remove to
Mexico, and unless its members learn
to fight in. less than ten years, we
.miss our guess. It will surprise many
of our Baptist friends to know that
MICKIE SAYS
TU" PCE CUTTER.?, BECOZ
BOOSTERS M4N MACES,
ViE WVDE ARE -XOO SfcU.
tO V4VTU-CVC ViVCEO

l-r got

. i

the Metmonites are a branch of their
sect, originating in Switzerland early
in the sixteenth century. It had the
inevitable split of religious bodies,
and colonies from the first organiza organization
tion organization were founded in various parts of
Europe; also, a number settled in
Pennsylvania, drawn by the peaceful
doctrines of William Perm, and his
followers. In 1783, the Empress
Catherinje. gave a large number of
Mennonites a home and protection in
Southern Russia, but the vicinity of;
the Crimean war to their homes in
1853-4 caused them to be stirred up
by the Russians, who thought they
should fight for their adopted coun-
and a number removed to Can
ada, where they established the col
ony that is preparing to remove to
Mexico.
Three men had to vote for all the
pardons Catts issued. Don't forget
that; men of Florida, when candi candidates
dates candidates appear before you for votes
next time. Tampa Tribune.
Owing to the probably intentional
neglect of the legislative probers, we
0&n only infer who s re the other two.
However, if the Star was a big paper
like the Tribune., it would send a man
to Tallahassee and collect the evidence
from the public records. Every citi
zen has the right of access to them.
Miss Laura Bromwell record-holder
for loop-the-loop for women, was kill killed
ed killed on Sunday. She looped one time
too often. They all do-Clearwater
Sun.
We all do. something, or several
somethings, once too often, and we all
must die, but the inspiration of living
high and the merciful drop to a well-
nigh painless death is accorded only
to the daring and lucky ones like
Laura Bromwell.
Senator Fletcher .has more sense
than most senators. We are moved
to that remark by the sorrowful wail
of a writer in the Orlando Reporter-
Star, who said: "It is with sorrow,
i however, that it is noted that our own
Senator Fletcher, who is usually on
the people's side of a question should
I decide to vote, with one other dem
ocrat with the republicans for the
I Senate contention for a larger army,
I The women who wear the shortest
I skirts have the homeliest legs to
Jshow. The women who have the
l scrawniest necKs are me ones wno
ones
wear their dresses
gresswoman Alice
the lowest. Con Con-Robertson,
Robertson, Con-Robertson, -Okla-
homa.
There are many men in Ocala, Alice,
who can successfully refute your asj-
sertion.
When Josephus Daniels, formerly
secretary of the navy, was asked to
express his opinion on the last esca escapade
pade escapade of Rear Admiral Sims in Lon London,
don, London, he said: "I have no asbestos
handy, I would not express myself on
anything else.1' Josephus should not
write on asbestos but tin. The slush
he writes soaks into anything of a
looser texture.
It must be the English atmosphere
that causes men like Admiral Sims to
open their mouth and put their "foot
in it." Times-Union.
Even that would be a mild perform
ance compared with the grammatical
contortions displayed in the forego foregoing
ing foregoing paragraph.
The Star has received from Sena Senator
tor Senator Fletcher a copy of the Congres Congressional
sional Congressional Directory, 67th Congress, first
session, beginning May 1921. The
Congressional Directory is a very use useful
ful useful volume, and is indispensable to a
newspaper man. We thank Senator
Fletcher for his thoughtfulness.
What got us about the Ocala Star's
remarks on "mollycoddles" was it put
this paper in that class. That led us
to believe the O. S. doesnt know
what a mollycoddle is. Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. Give us the correct definition, friend
Trib.
All is quiet along the Pithlachas Pithlachas-cotee.
cotee. Pithlachas-cotee. Tarpon Springs Leader.
The name is as much of riot as any anybody
body anybody can stand. Sounds like a pink
snake with red .eyes and purple warts
crawling thru razzle dazzle grass.
It is an age of hustle and bustle to
survive and the lazy man doesnt last
long in a live town these days. Phil
Armstrong in the Times-Union.
This being the case, there are sev several
eral several Ocala men due for a soon trip in
the dead wagon. Also, in all other
towns.
Carpentier ran after and caught a
rabbit, near his training quarters the
other, day. It will be all right to run
after Dempsey, b'-'t we shall not ad advise
vise advise you as to the advisability of
catching him until July 3.
If Judge Odlin's remarks-at the oc-
, casion when he was sworn in as judge
; of the federal court at Porto Rico,
are to be taken literally, there is not

much chance for Porto Rican inde independence.
pendence. independence. These are the judge's
words: "Porto Rico is American and
so far as we know and I think we
know enough it will always be Am American.
erican. American. Orlando Reporter-Star.
We 'don't see how Porto Rico can
help being American. It certainly
can't be either European or African.

It is said that the stock of liquor
in the country has materially increas increased
ed increased in the last year. This only shows
that private stock now, like railroad
stock -used to be, is often well wa watered.
tered. watered.
"THE LOYAL DADS'
The foUowing from the Tarpon
Springs Leader is pretty good stuff:
We note that an organization known
as the "Loyal Dads," members of
which are to be fathers of ex-service
men, has been launched at Fort My Myers,
ers, Myers, with the expectation that it will
become an national organization cor corresponding
responding corresponding to the Woman's Auxiliary
of the American Legion. We dont
like to throw cold water on any
worthy scheme, but we know Dad
pretty well and we don't believe his
organization will prove a howling
success.
It's this way with Dad: He is strong
for the legion and the auxiliary, but
he, himself is pretty busy with his
business, his lodges and one thing
and another, and hasn't time for much
else. Besides, he didn't do anything
much toward winning the war. He
worked like the dickens, it's true, and
dug. up money to carry on the war; he
joined the home guards and almost
learned to keep step; he read the
newspapers and swore a good deal in
public and prayed Quite a bit in sec
ret. But that's about all.
Dad is mighty proud of the boys
and the women folks and is a loyal
and useful old party, but we fear hell
prove a hard man to organize.
Snake-Charmer's Secret.
How does the snake-charmer charm?
asks a writer In the Popular Science
Monthly. That's one of the questions
we've always asked ourselves. Ami
now an English doctor tells us one
of the secrets.
Take the case of the cobra, for
Instance. It is a very venomous snake,
yet the snake-charmer Is not harmed
when bitten by one.
The secret lies In the fact that the
charmer "milks" the cobra before he
allows himself to be bitten. He makes
the cobra bite Into a piece of meat,
thereby expelling two thirds of the
poison In Its poison gland. When the
charmer, allows the snake to bite him
Immediately thereafter, there Is not
enough poison left In the gland to do
any harm.
What Is the next step? The charmer
makes the snake bite a fowl while he
squeezes -the remaining drops of
poison out of the snake's gland; the
fowl dies, and the charmer wins the
confidence of his audience.
The Joy of Living.
I have never had much money, but
I have always enjoyed the things at
hand. I hate become so familiar with
the face of Nature that It Is as the
face of an old friend and I know and
love It In every mood. My years have
been full of Joy, but they have been
years of simplicity and economy. 1
have never sated myself with anything
and the bloom Is still on my life.
I have kept young because I have
kept free from worldly and selfish am ambitions.
bitions. ambitions. If I had been mlserry and
grasping, I would, have been old and
unhappy long ago. There Is nothing
like love to keep you young love for
your fellow man and for Nature and
love Is Nature's final law. Someone
once asked me how I had kept so
young and I answered that I had been
born young and had never thrown my
youth away. John Burroughs.
The Water Spider.
A correspondent of English Country
Life describes a peculiar spider that
lives under water the greater part of
Its life. It builds a dome-like nest of
silk ainuug weeds in ponds ncd
ditches, and fills the nest with air.
In that strange house It lives -and
lays Its eggs. In autumn it makes
another nest at a greater distance
below the surface of the water, and,
having seafed Itself inside, it sleeps
until spring. Vaken out of the water,
the spider looks like any other, but as
soon as It Is put back, the bubble of
air that it collects round it body makes
it look like a ball of quicksilver. It
Is the only spider that has taken to
a wholly aquatic life, says the writer.
Literal.
Clara I suppose the brightest mo moment
ment moment In your life was when Jack pro proposed?
posed? proposed? Cora Brightest? There wasn't 1
particle qf light in the room.
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, ti
75 TIRES
32x3v4 slightly usei; 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 343. Mack Taylor.

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We are pleased to announce having with
us for this week Miss Karen Halvorson and
assistants. Miss Halvorson makes a specialty
of Angel Food Cake, delicious .Doughnuts,
Hot Biscuits, Bread and Rolls, and supplies
you withher recipes absolutely for the asking.
Eats and free samples especial y for you this
week only. See the firie Clark Jewel Gas
Range used exclusively by Miss Halvorson.
Don't missthis. Come early and advise your
friends cwhat's here.

H). ILMk fm G1Q)C

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i
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TUESDAY, JUNE 16
Winter Garden. Thursday, June 18

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Maxwell and Chamlcrs Autos
And Maxwell Trucks

Champion Plugs
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY. JUNE 13, 1921

Tire Prices Reduced

$17.00

IRA B. WALDRON

T

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$15.00

DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3.
old price $20 00, now
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.
: -DIXIE-GARAGE 1
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
Phone 258 West Broadway

C. V. ROBERTS, Phone 305

BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 431

H

ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel. Personal Service to all.
Motor Equipment. Coftins and Caskets Delivered.

Office Phone 350

Ocala, Florida

217 West Broadway

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YOUNG-MERMN CO.

CIVIL IAG1NEEHS AND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida

Surveys
Highways

Plats
Drainage

Reports
Phosphate

associated

CaDt. Edward DralM is

with us and in charge of our Phos

phate Mineand Plant Department.
OHIces, 33-34 Holder BIdg. Phone No. 543
OCALA, FLORIDA

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Qtm Every Meal

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WRIGLEY'S has steadily
kept to the pre-war price.
And to the same high stand standard
ard standard of quality.
No other soody lasts so
tons-costs so little or does
so much for you.
Handy to carry beneficial
in effect full of flavor a
solace and comfort for
young and old.

THE FLAVOR

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BIO

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General Auto Repairing!

and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed ." -V- l-00
Cars Polished -50
Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St
Phone 252

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INSURANCE
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ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

With the funeral services at Fort

McCoy Sunday, the journeyings of

Private Ira B. Waldron, 316 F. A.,
Battery came to an end. and he

sleeps in his native soil awaiting the
last reveille.

The funeral cortege left the under

taking parlors of Roberts & Spencer
about a quarter of twelve. A large
number of relatives and friends of the

dead soldier had come in from Fort

McCoy and vicinity and other sections

of the county to accompany the body
to its last resting place. The funeral

went to Fort McCoy by way of Silver
Springs and the Orange Springs road,

arriving at, the Fort McCoy cemetery
just before two o'clock. On arriving
at the cemetery the body was placed
under the live oak trees near the con

crete tomb in which it was to be

buried, and services were conducted
by Rev. Gus Padgett, pastor of the
Baptist church of Fort McCoy. The

casket was then placed in the concrete
tomb.

The following ex-service men acted
as pall bearers: Dr. C. W. Moremen,
commander of Marion County Post
No. 27 of the American Legion, Louis
H. Chazal, adjutant of the post, Sam

Smith, Nelson Dosh, William R.
Bailey, H. G. Shealy, Frank Churchill,
Ocala, L. K. Vause and F. Vause,
Citra, and J. W. Stephens, Fort Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy j the first seven representing Mar Marion
ion Marion County Post No. 27 of the Ameri American
can American Legion.
Ira B. WaMron. a young farmer of
Bay Lake, 25 years old at the time of
his enlistment, entered the service
June 26, 1915; trained for a v few
weeks at Camp Jackson, then went
with his battery overseas, arriving in
France at the height of the closing
struggle of the war. Was stricken
with illness while his battery was in
rest camp at Eponey, and died at the
base hospital at Camp Vaudon, Oct.
11. His parents received the news of

his death a month later, on armistice

day, and while they rejoiced with the

nation for its victory, their hearts
ached sorely for their brave boy,
whose life was one of the offerings
upon the altar of patriotism.

Beside his parents. Private Wal Waldron
dron Waldron left the following kin:. Two
brothers, Raleigh Waldren of Bay
Lake and Bailey Waldron of Burbank;
three sisters, Miss Dmnie Waldron
of Bay Lake, Mrs. A. E. Gnann of
Gainesville, and his twin sister, Clara,
now Mrs. R, L. Geiger, of Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. The following letter from a com comrade
rade comrade in the A. E. F. is among the
most sacred treasures of Mr. and Mrs.
Waldron:

Saint Blois, France, Nov. 30, 1918.
Dear Mrs. Waldron: It is a very
difficult task to write you but the
boys of our battery wish that we ex ex-pres
pres ex-pres sour sympathy to you on account
of your dear son and our esteemed
comrade. The writer was privileged to
know him well. We both entered this
battery about the same time and
traveled from Camp Jackson to New
York city in the same seat in the
train. In France we were in the same

billet. The writer is president of the
j battery Bible class and is in a position

to know that Ira was a fine Christian
boy. He kept himself clean'and above
all the temptations that surrounded
the boys in France. He told me many
intimate things about his home and
homefolks. He described the farm

down in Florida so well that the writer
almost envied him the privileges of

such a home.

Perhaps you would like to know

something about the trip that we all

i 1 A I 1 fTM 1 1

iook logeiner. i ne censorsnip nas

now been removed so that dates and

places may be mentioned.

We left Camp Jackson Friday eve

ning about 8:15 on July 26. Arrived

in Richmond, Va., the next noon by

Atlantic Coast Line. Marched through
Richmond. Proceeded to Washington,

t). C, arriving about 5 p. m. Left
Washington about 8 p. m. Passed

thru Baltimore, Md., about 9 p. m.,

thru Philadelphia about 2 a. m. and
arrived in Jersey City, N. J., at 5 a.

m. the next morning. Sailed around
lower Manhattan Island and up the
East river to Long Island railway sta station
tion station and took train to Camp Mills, L.
I. Arrived in Camp Mills about 3 p.
m. Sunday, July 28th, and left there
about 9 a. m. Monday, Aug. 5. Took
train back to Brooklyn and then ferry
boat to Cunard Line piers on west
side of Manhattan Island. Boarded
the. great Cunard liner "Aquitania"
at 1 p. m. The big boat was untied at
5' p. m. sharp and we steamed down
the Hudson river with bands playing
and people cheering from the shore
and the ferryboats in the river. We
made our way down past -the Statue
of Liberty and soon put out to sea.
The trip was ideal. Weather was
fine except on Thursday when most
all the boys were seasick. The boat
was one of the best. Jt is 400 feet
long, 92 feet wide and 85 feet from
top deck to water line.
Landed in Liverpool at noon, Aug.
12. Disembarked at 4 p. m. and
marched to Camp Knotty Ash about
four miles away. On Wednesday

morning at 9 o'clock we took train
and passed through Manchester,
Leciester, Sheffield and Oxford and
arrived in Southampton that same
evening about 7 o'clock. On Friday

evenine, Aug. ittn, we sauea irom
Southampton on troop ship "Queen
Alexandria," leaving about sundown

and starting across the channel at
dark with three convoys. We arrived
in the harbor of Cherbourg, France,
about 1 a. m. Saturday morning, July
17. We disembarked about 7 a. m.
and marched to an English rest camp
where we spent that day and night.
Early Sabbath morning we took the
troop train and started on -a two days"
journey, going through Caen, Ver Ver-seilles,
seilles, Ver-seilles, Dijon, Besancon and arriving
in Valdahon, Tuesday morning. We
marched to the village of Epenoy,
where .we went into billets. It was

while at Epenoy that Ira took sick
and was taken from there to the hos hospital.
pital. hospital. Epenoy is about 18 miles from
the Swiss border and is in the Depart Department
ment Department of Doubs. It is about the same
ditsance from Besancon in a south southeasterly
easterly southeasterly direction.
With the sincere sympathy of our
boys, I am, Yours truly,
Corp. W. L. Fergus,

316 F. A., Battery E., A. E. F.
P. S. Merry Christmas and a hap happy,
py, happy, blessed New Year.
Edward S. Currie,
Chaplain 316th F. A.

FEAR GHOST OF BIG WOODS

Reported. Appearance of "Stick Si Si-wash"
wash" Si-wash" Causes Indians to Abandon
Hunting Grounds Precipitator.
The "Stick Siwash- has returned to
haunt the trapping grounds north of
Fort SL James. Terror stalls the wil wilderness
derness wilderness trails and panic grips the In Indians.
dians. Indians. If Lrave hears the crackle
of a tw in the woods he looks about
him in fear that this ghost of the big
woods is dogging his steps. A num number
ber number of Indians, It la said, hare been
frightened off their trap lines.
Fort SL James Is one of the oldest
posts la -British Columbia owned by

the Hudson's Bay company. It was i m
founded in 1ST by Simon Fruc, the j EAR CHI W G
pioneer explorer for whom the Fraser f

river was named. Several hundred
Indians live about the fort and market 1

their furs there.

IF YOU'RE

MRS. J. A. WALTERS

The funeral of Mrs. J. A. Walters
took place yesterday morning at ten
o'clock from the family residence on
East Third street.
.The high esteem in which this be beloved
loved beloved woman was held among many
friends was proven by the great num number
ber number of people present and the magnifi magnificent
cent magnificent floral offerings. There jvas no
music and after an appropriate serv service
ice service led by Rev. C. W. White the body

was laid to rest in Greenwood cemt-tefly.

"Me ketchum fox' In trap," said j
Musk-a-no-wah, wbe haa abandoned his i
trap line on Manson creek. "Me hear
little noise. Look np. See Stick SI- j
was'i. He heap big Indian. Got war
paint on. He look mean. He say i
nothing. Wave tomahawk like he say,

Toa get out -Me heap-scared. Shake
like leaf. Me run back to camp. Tell
squaw and papoose. Pack up and
get out hex.p quick, by golly, you bet.
Stick Si wash bad medicine."
Other Indians have brought back
the same story from the Manson creek

region. The "Stick Siwash" has long I
fipured In the traditions of British I
Columbia tribes. The name means j
ghost of the big woods. "Stick" Is 1
slang for forest and "Siwash" la a j
corruption of the French word "Sa'u- I
vage," nnd is applied to all the Indians j
of the Pacific coast. The superstitious j

natives believe the appearance of the
apiwrition presages misfortune to the
tribes

lor Expert Vulcanizing,
throw yonr Deadlight
on onr shop.' We arc
Experts at this business
and onr work is
G U A R A NTEED

BLALOCK BROS.
VULCANIZING
Ocala House Block

MRS. GEORGE S. WILSON

As a last loving tribute to Mrs.
Wilson, many friends gathered at her
residence yesterday afternoon at 3:30
to attend the funeral services which
were conducted by Rev. J. J. Neigh Neighbour.
bour. Neighbour. There" were three songs sung
by a quartet composed of Mrs. R. G.
Blake, Mrs. Sara Jane Manly and
Messrs. Albert Gerig and Edward
Drake, with Miss Wartmann at the
piano. These selections which were,
"Abide With Me." "One Sweetly
Solemn Thought" and "Nearer My
God to Thee," were favorites of Mrs.

Wilson's. Quantities of beautiful

flowers entirely covered the grave at

Greenwood cemetery.

TOO LATE FOR THE AUCTION

One worm drive 1921 Ford truck,
with cord tires, cab and dirt body body-Come
Come body-Come quick if you want it. Price,
$345.
One Ford light delivery, with metal
panel body, in first class running
order. Cheap for cash, or wil ltrade
for touring car or roadster.
One Ford touring car with starter;
rare bargain. W. L. GRAY,
13-lt Opposite Postoffice.

Accommodating.
Some years ago, before prohibition
as in force, I was traveling, making
t great many small towns. As a rule
there was only one hotel in a town,
and invariably a saloon in the sarae
building. I disliked this exceedingly,
and determined to avoid stopping at
such a place where possible. One evt evt-ning.
ning. evt-ning. alighting from a train in a small
town, I was accosted by two local hotel
hack drivers.
"Hotel, lady ,n
I thought to myself, surely both of
these hotels do not run saloons.
So I said to the nearest driver, "Does
your hotel have a saloon In connection
with It?"
He replied. "No, lady, but we will
send out and get anything you want.
Chicajro Tribune.

DAVVKINS, MARKET
Phone 519
111 W. Broadway
'HWHt'lfMUH'MIMI Ill

MADS STUDY OF FISHES

Eminent Naturalists Who Gave Good

Service to Humanity, and to
tha Finny Tribes.
It Is reported that when Dr. Ftank
Buckland, the great naturalist, was

In his last sickness, he said to an anxi

lous friend that he could not believe
Almighty God would be very hard up upon
on upon one who loved His fishes and eth ether
er ether living things as much as he1 did.
Another friend of the fishes. Sir
Charles Edward Fryer, knight, died

not long age at Watford, near Lon-1

don, England.
His whole life since he began' active

work was devoted to the promotion of

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

ln-Yw have oftn thought
. C "v j

c you would nave vonr

examined "aome
Why delay longer.

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DRi K. J. WEI HE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

knowledge- of fish and fishes. In rela-i

tlon to the service of mankind. There I

W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
rurgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose aei
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store.

I vests, r is, AuT, U

was no hl2ber authority. He waa.

awarded endless medals and honors
by expositions and societies for hla(
monographs and annual and other re- i
ports. i i
He was one of the first to define the j

international regulation of fisheries of
the high seas, and was a leading mem member
ber member of many fish congresses and com commissions.
missions. commissions. He was the final authority, with the
last deciding word to say en all mat matters
ters matters re's..i'u? to fish and the fishlnj
Industries.

SASH

DOOR

Geo. Way 2 Co.

Ocala, Fla.

HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

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

Paper Once Royal Gift.
There was a time when only the no nobility,
bility, nobility, the great personages of history,
could enjoy the use of paper, and then
in only the most meager quantities.
Onlj 1.(0 years ago Emperor Trajan
of Rome- was the delighted recipient of
a rnunifii-ent gift consisting of 20 reams
of paper from the emperor of China.

In that pe and time, 20 reams of thr.
precious fabric was considered a royal
tdft indeed, and only a potentate with
the vat resources of China at his dis disposal
posal disposal could afford to give a present of
such value.
One sm imagine the elation enjoyed
by Trajan upon receiving so great a
quantity of papr, and thus know that
throi sh wh rnerosity he was to aug augment
ment augment the number of volumes contained
In hi- library.
It Is estimated that there are mow
than ten million motor vehicles In th
world and that America manufactured
more than four-fifths of them.

Sea Appropriately Named.
The name by which the Hebrews

knew the Red sea the Tan Suph, or,
sea of weeds of sedge would appear,
to give Utttle Indication of the reason,
for the title which has been applied;
to this body of water in later yeaml
But. as a matter of fact, two terms,
have a common origin. Unlike the,

-Beautiful Blue Danube," which Uj rii r
really a dirty yellowish brown, th. gOV bCOlllS 01 AlTlBrlCO
Red sea Is really red the color belnj j
due to the prevalence of a minute i A. R. Cassil, Scoutmaster

bright red plant, a kind of seaweea. j

This plant is said to be so smau tnai
25,000.000 can live and thrive within
a single cubc Inch of water.' There Therefore,
fore, Therefore, liistead of being mottled with
red, the sea appears In many cases
to" be of a scarlet shade. A red dye,
which tradition says was used hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of years ago. Is made from this
weed, but,' in the places where It Is
not found, (tie waters of the Bed aea
are as blue or green aa those of any
ether body of water. Touth'a Companion.

Meets every Friday night at the

Library, at 8:30 o'clock. Visiting
Scouts are always welcome.-

We Knock the Spots
Out oi Things.

Ladies' and Men's Garments

Cleaned and Dyed in a Superior
Manner

Taklna Stock of Oneself.

The head la the big factor In the

measuring np ef business. Many

fellow has learned a routine that petal Send us your garments and have
him In a class by himself when them CLEANED CLEAN. We call
come, to doing thing. and WQrk proinptlT.
ure up In the fullest aenae one must 1
not only meet routine but forge ahea
?!!JrZ2L nMLa-Doiide Cleaning Co.

Garcia de Oro, that mild Havana
filler cigar 10c at all dealers. 5-tf

Advertise for results.

fellow manage himself and pot ti

best Into the Job. When he can C
this he can manage others and get
them Soing better than they hare evei
aone before. This self-mastery la tb
best asset In directing affairs that
require several hands. Instinctively
they learn to respect the leader whs
manages himself and they find It t
their Interest to stand by him. Th
bead Is the big thing in making team
work effective.

Pursuit of Wisdom.
"Did you follow my argumentT In Inquired,
quired, Inquired, the youthful debater.
-Oh, yes," replied Senator Sorghum.
"1 followed It a good deal the same
as my dog out home follows a rabbit
He ce-.er catches, up with It, but he
enjoys the sport,"

Over Jiraah Grocery Co.
HARRY A. STEIN, Prop.
PHONE 525

L. ALEXANDER
- PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and batter
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

75 TIRES

1918 Buick roadster, five good tires,
top, mechanically O. K. Price right.
Terms if desired. S pen cer-Ped rick
Motor Co. . 10-tf

32x34 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.

Your competitor advertises- Do you.



OCALA EVEXCCG STAR, MONDAY, JUNE 13. 1321

OCALA OCCURRENCES

If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.

jack and Henry Camp are
from school.

home

Mr. G. D. Hogan and children have
returned home from a pleasant week weekend
end weekend visit with relatives at Eureka.

SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC

Miss Mamie Smedley went to Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater -today as a delegate to the p p-worth
worth p-worth League assembly there.

Tomorrow afternoon ,at 3:30 o'clock
the Eastern Star sewing circle will
meet at the hall.

We have a few loads kindling
sale at $1-25 per load, delivered.
H. Todd Lumber Co. 13-2t

for
R.

Mrs. Ray Garnett of Inverness is
the guest of, her-sister, Miss Rena
Smith.

Harry Borland has an extra fine
car. It's the only car in town we
know that can run on a flat tire with without
out without its driver knowing it. (

Miss Stella Camp will entertain to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening the regular weekly
meeting of the members of tjie "A"
club.

Grace church Sunday school picnic
will take place on next Wednesday,
June loth, 1921. We meet at the
church at 8:30 a. m. so as to be able
to get away by 9 a. m. sure. All our
people who have cars kindly go along
and take some of the children, and
spend the day with us at the lake, or
come back again about 5 p. m. for the
children. I hope, there will be plenty
of room for the parents of the chil children
dren children to go too. Each one bring his
own lunch and bathing suit. This is
a combination birthday celebration
and Sunday school picnic, so we want
it to be the. best ever.
John J. Neighbour, Rector.

There is a hemstitching expert in

the Singer Sewing Machine Company's

office in Ocala, at 317 North Magno-

ia street, where all work of this kind,

including picoting, is turned out on
short notice, and every uiece is guar

anteed. Why send your work of this

nature out of town? Mail orders re

ceive prompt attention.
8-6t Singer Sewing Machine Co.

Mrs. F. G. Ha gar of Jacksonville
has arrived in the city for an indefi

nite visit at the home of her sistern

Mrs. T. M. Moore and family.

The latter part of the month

Messrs. Otis Green and Harold Klock

will go to New Hampshire to spend

the summer at the camp of the latter's

father; Dr. Klock.

Miss Blair Woodrow returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon from a ten days
visit with relatives and friends in
Jacksonville.

After a pleasant visit to her daugh

ter, Miss Essie McCreary, -teacher at

the industrial school, Mrs. G. W. Me

dreary nas returned to her Home in

Jonesboro, Tenn.

( L.

Little Miss Alice B. Miller of Tam Tampa
pa Tampa arrived in the city this afternoon

for a, visit at the home of her grand

parents, Judge and Mrs. ,W. S. Bul

lock, and family.

Miss Annie Benton Fuller will be
hostess tomorrow evening to the reg regular
ular regular meeting of the Tuesday evening
auction club.
i
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Fussell are re receiving
ceiving receiving congratulations upon the ar arrival
rival arrival of a fine son, 'weighing 8
pounds, born Sunday morning.

The meeting of the Oklawaha prop-

i erty owners that was to have been

held this evening at 8 o'clock at the
Woman's Club, has teen postponed to

next Monday afternoon, at 5 o'clock.

The Knights of Pythias are expect expecting
ing expecting to have a most interesting and
instructive meeting this evening, and

f t)iAca r -fail si o(-tonr1 txrill mica

something extra in lodge history.

Everybody is glad to see our good,
old fellow citizen, C. Y. Miller, who
has had a long spell of illness, up and
around again.

Mrs. E. M. -Williams and two chil children
dren children of Brooksville are visitors in the
city, at the home of the former's
mother-in-law, Mrs. G. K. Williams
and family.

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Chambers and

daughter, Jane are now comfortably
located in one of tne Ocala House

apartments.

Mrs. James Hicks mil arrived m

Ocala this afternoon from Leesburg
and will spend several weeks at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Moore on

Fort King avenue. 1

Bridal Gowns in New Triumphs

, HEMSTITCHING

UNCLASSIFIED

ADVERHSPJENTS

V ANTED. LOST, X)UND. FOB

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

LOOK! LOOK!

916 Ford Touring $190.00
917 Light Ford Truck.'. $200.00
Good tires and in good condition.

Spencer-Pedrick. Motor oC 9-tf

Everybody will be glad to learn

that that brave soldier, Aubrey Por

ter, who lies critically ill at his home,

is resting somewhat easier today.

There will be a musical at the Co

onial hotel Friday afternoon at four

o'clock, under the auspices of class 12

of the Methodist Sunday school. Pro

gram later.

Dr. and Mrs. Harry Dozier, daugh

ter and son, Cornelia and Harry and

Mrs. John Dozier spent yetserday in

Orlando, guests of Mrs. Sylvan Mc-

Elroy. Harry remained in Orlando

for a few weeks' visit.

Mrs. W. H. Cook and children of

Fort McCoy and guest. Miss Eunice

Burgay of Brunswick, Ga., are visi visitors
tors visitors in the city, guests at the home of

Mrs. Cook's father, Mr. J. V. Tarver,

and family.

Mrs. Charles Peyser and grand

daughter, Babette left yesterday aft

ernoon for Miami, where they will
visit Mrs. Peyser's children, Mr. and

Mrs. Harry Simons and family.

Mrs. L. S. Griggs and children

leave tomorrow for their home in

Winter Haven, after a pleasant visit

in the city, guests at the home of Mrs

Unggs sister, Mrs. Ben liorden and

family.

Miss Maud Lillian Little, Ocala

district secretary (north), left this
afternoon for Clearwater Beach, to

attend the twenty-seventh annual as

sembly of the Florida State Epworth

League.

Miss Meme Davis will entertain
Wednesday afternoon at her home on
East Third street in compliment to

her guest, Miss Elizabeth Burton of

Leesburg, who arrived in Ocala yes

terday afternoon to spend a week.

WANTED AT ONCE, CARRIER
BOY FOR DAILY STAR. MUST
HAVE BICYCLE. A STEADY
ROUTE FOR RELIABLE BOT.
APPLY TO MISS BULLOCK, AT
STAR OFFICE. 9 A. M. MONDAY.

HINtH(HfHfMfHTn

A

TO THE PUBLIC

URNISHED ROOMS For rent.
Apply at 704 East Third street, cor corner
ner corner Sanchez street. 31-6t-dh.

FOR RENT Furnished summer cot

tages on beautiful Lake Weir; reas reasonable
onable reasonable rates. Apply to J. H. Jaco Jaco-by,
by, Jaco-by, Weirsdale, Fla. 5-t

WANTED Position as stenographer

or typewriter. Good references.
Miss Hoyt Martin, Belleview, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 8-6t

FOR SALE Ford roadster, newly I

painted, and engine in splendid con

dition. Tires all good, three prac

tically new. $260 cash. George N. I )

Looney, Box 518, Ocala. ,8-3t

To the. Public:
In order that all may share in the
big values being offered at the Sac Sacrifice
rifice Sacrifice Sale, we want to announce that
in" all probability the stock will be
cleared out by the Fourth of July.
While this is not yet definitely settled,
he rush with which the goods are
disappearing would indicate that the
sale will close then.
-

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 Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha Ave. v 10-3t

HAULING Having sec-ured a

large truck, I am now prepared to do

moving and heavy hauling on short

notice. L. E. Cordrey. Phone 434. lm

WANTED Man with car to call on
dealers with a low priced 6000-mile
tire; $100 a week with extra com commissions.
missions. commissions. Master Product Corp.,
South Bend, Ind. 13-2t

MONEY TO LOAN On improved
real estate for a cilent. D. Niel
Ferguson. 13-3t

WANTED Iron office safe about
four meet high: R. H. Todd Lum Lumber
ber Lumber Co. 13-2t

Mrs. Harry Cole and two children

and Mrs. W. T. Cole' left this after

noon for Leesburg, where they will in

the future reside, the former's hus

band having a position there. While
in the city they were guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harris McAter.

Mr. J. C. Camp, editor of that live
paper, the Metter, Ga., Advertiser,
has been in the city, on a visit to his

one-time fellow townsman, Paul Sim

mons, who tho now a citizen of Flor

ida has not slackened interest in the

hustling town that was once his home.

Misses Annie J e Law andAda Law
have returned to their home in

Brooksville, where Miss .Ada Law has

been teaching school. They will spend
the summer with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John C. Law, at their coun country
try country home at Spring Hill, near Brooksville.

Mr. L. D. Allen of Miami left this
afternoon for his home after a brief
visit in the city. Mr. Allen was ac accompanied
companied accompanied home by his granddaugh granddaughter,
ter, granddaughter, Martha Taylor, who will visit
him and his daughter, Mrs. May Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, for a month or so.

Dreaming of Arm.
To have one cut, announcement of
the speedy death of a relative or dear
friend; a male, if the right arm ts
Injured; female. If the left. The two
arms cut, imprisonment or sickness.
The arm broken or emaciated, for a
private person, sickness, family af affliction;
fliction; affliction; for a man in office it denotes
public distress, such as defeat of an

army. 'famine, epidemical illness ; for

a married woman, separau&o, aivarce.

widowhood. Arms dirty, distress.
Arms inflated or.iwoilen, riches for
brothers or very affectionate relatives.
Arms stout and robust, happiness.

cure, deliverance. Unfettered and

well developed, fevers to be received.

Larger and more robust than custom customary,
ary, customary, Joy, profit, unexpected wealth

from a sqn or soldier. If the dreamer
be a woman, increase In the fortune
and Influence of her husband. Arms
covered with hair, acquisition of fresh

wealth. Arms covered with sores or
ulcers, sorrow, sadness, lose ef time

and of money. Chicago American.

HAVING thought of it more or less
for years and decidedly more
since her engagement many a June
brige has already determined Just
what her wedding gown shall be made
ef and how it shall be made. Tra Tradition
dition Tradition points unswervingly to white
satin and lace for materials a"nd to
graceful lines and simple designs in
the style, and within these bounds
there is much room for variations.
But there are all sorts of precedent
' for going beyond them and choosing
ether fabrics and less simple design designing.
ing. designing. The bride must determine for
herself whether she wishes to look re

gal or demurev classic or quaint. ery
youthful and unsophisticated or very
modern and up-to-date, ar.d !u-oo :i
gown accordingly; her choice must be
governed by her type.
Conceding that satin will hold the
allegiance of many brides, the rhoice
of many others will fall on georgette,
chiffon, crepe de chine, lace or the
sheerest and ripest voile. Occasional

ly silver cloth will be called upon as
a foundation to be veiled by lace or
other diaphanous stuffs. Lace pteya
a great role In this year's wedding
gowns and shares prestige with pearl
bends as trimming in bands and em embroidery
broidery embroidery and for making girdles or.
various finishings. Veils, either ofj
tulle or lace, are draped in many
ways and are an invitation Jo the
pearl or pearl-adorned headdress.
The bride pictured has chosen a
simple and dignified wedding gown ef
white satin and a tulle veil that flows
from a stately Russian headdress.
This may he made of oranee bfos bfos-siniif
siniif bfos-siniif .r pearl beads- or both n a
lijrht. fine wire foundation. It has
been beautifully developed in lace, or
lace and tulle and adorned with littlft;
sprays oranee blossoms.

ccmwtt it vbTtw Ncvyrta Mains

Mrs. Lottie Kingman Cole and sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. Theodore Hfrsch of Miami,

have returned to their home after

several weeks spent at Eastlake as
guests of Mrs. E. F. Newport. Mrs.
Cole spent several days in Ocala the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harris Mc Mc-Ateer
Ateer Mc-Ateer and family en route home.

Mr. T. D. Lancaster Jr. left this

afternoon for Jacksonville. Tomor

row at noon Mr. Lancaster and Miss
Blanche Mizelle will be united in
marriage at the home of the bride's

parents. After a wedding trip to
New York, they will return to Ocala,
where a cordial greeting is awaiting
them.

Companionable M

That a moose may be friendly on

occasion has been Indicated by a re report
port report from Topsfleld, Me, ef the adven adventures
tures adventures of the local game warden with

ne of these large animals. Early one

morning the warden filacer ered

xaoose far out in the center of a frozen

lake. Evidently the ice made poor

sroing, in the opinion of the- anhnsl

aer it was unable to keep Its footing.

Th warden -aided by several resi

dents of the vicinity, managed te get

the animal upon its feet, and to shore,

where & quantity of hay and other

feed was heaped on the ground. The
moose, after satisfying Itself that only

kindness was meant, ate heartily of
the provender and then made off at
a leisurely gait in the direction of the
deep woods.

l Pianos and Organs Phonographs and Records
Sewing Machines and Supplies
Expert Repairing of Phonographs, Sewing Machines,
. Organs and Pianos
I CASH OR TERMS
Thank yon for your patronage 306 N. MAGNOLIA ST.

Farmers' Mange
Store
will sell you and deliver

Lard Compound ...12c
Pure- Lard 2 lbs. for 35c
Octagon Soap 8c 3 Ck for 21c
Export Borax Soap 1 doz 55c
Cherry Bell Flour 24 lbs $1.55
Cherry Bell Flour 12 lbs 80e
W. Baker's Cocoa lb... 30c
W. Baker's Cocoa 1 lb... 55c
Senate Coffee, 1 lb 40c
Senate Coffee, 3 lbs.... $1.15

Reddick PNut Butter 1 lb 30c

.15c
..7c

r

Evaporated Milk, tall...
Evaporated Milk, small.
Sugar per lb .

Uneedas,-1 pkg 8c
Uneedap, 3 pkgs 22c
All former 20c. pkgs.... 15c
All former 10c pkgs 3 for 22c
Cloverbloom Butter 2 lbs ?5c
Three Argo Starch 20r
One doz. Argo Starch... 95c
Evaporated peaches, lb.. 15c
White Bacon, per lb...l7t'2c
Smoked Bacon Squares,
per pound 22ic
Qt. jars Honey 65c
Golden Age Macaroni
three for 25c

I

I e

The pupils of Grace Episcopal Sun
day school will enjoy their annual
picnic at Lake Weir Wednesday, leav leaving
ing leaving for the lake about 8:30 In cars.
The picnic this year is being looked

forward to with great pleasure, as it
will also be in celebration of the birth birthday
day birthday of Rev., J. J. Neighbour, the pop popular
ular popular rector of Grace church. The
children and Rev. Neighbour are an anticipating
ticipating anticipating a big time.

This is a Studebaker year.

tf

Freak of Nature.
There are plenty of people whe firm firmly
ly firmly believe that a man has one less rib
than a woman, because ef the sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice required of Adam when Eve was
created. Observation of human skel skeletons
etons skeletons falls to confirm this idea.
Bat how about the Arab horse?
Why does it lack a vertebra.
All other horses have 24 vertebrae
in their backbone; the Arab has only
23.
This shortness of the Arab horse's

back may have something to do with
the animal superior endurance, as
often proved by long-distance tests.

Philadelphia Ledger.
If you smoke cigars why not get
the best? Ask for Garcia de Ore 10c
at all dealers. 6-tf

FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163

NOTICE OF SALE OF
SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS

This is a Studebaker year. tf
Bring us your job work,

Notice i hereby given that the
board of puilic instruction for Manon
county. Florida, will receive bids up

to 3 o'clock ;
July 4. 1921, j
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 j
cent interest, payable semi-annually,!
maturing as follows: j
One bond due and payable July 1st,
1924. j

One bond due and nayable July isx,
1928.
One bond due and payable July 1st,
1932.
Thre- bonds due and payable July
1st, 19&G. ,
Four bonds due and payable July
1st, 19410.
The board reserves the right to re

ject any and all bids. All comunica comunica-tions
tions comunica-tions should be addressed to U. G.
Shealy, Ocala, Fla.
By order of the Board of Public
Instruction, Marion county, Fla- this

i 4th day of May. 1921.
! 2-tf IL G. Shealy, Sec'y.

BUSINESS SERVICE BUREAU
Stenography
Typewriting, Moltigraphing,
Room 7, Merchants Block
PHONE 508, OCALA. FLA.
Residence Phone 593 and 93

LIVELY YET AT LARGE

Associated Press)
Moorestown, Jane 13. Lewis Live Lively,
ly, Lively, the negro suspected of the murder
of seven-eyar-old Matilda Russo, was
still at large today.

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