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OCALA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1921
IRISH III DENVER
SENATE AND USE
III A SQUADDIE
SIIIK JF 1EIIESS
SHOULD CARRY A
VUL VA S Ml A
HI A VICTORY
Jao. G. Emery of .Grand Rapids, Mich
Elected Successor to the
Indianapolis, June 14 John G.
Emery, of Grand Rapids, Mich., was
unanimously elected commander of the
American Legion at a meeting of the
executive committee today. He suc succeeds
ceeds succeeds Frederick W. Galbraith, who
was killed in an automobfte accident
here last Thursday. Thomas J.
r- Bannigan, of Hartford City, Conn.,
was elected vice commander, succeed succeed-,
, succeed-, ing Emery in that position.
- ARE CITY DWELLERS
Evanston, 111., June 14 Thet ypical
American of today is a city dweller,
President Walter Dill Scott, of North-western
University told the students,
' alumni and visitors attending his in inauguration
auguration inauguration as president of the univer university
sity university here today.
"We are no longer justified in as-
. signing human depravity as the cause
of inefficiency and discontent in
homes, schools, churches and indus indus-.
. indus-. trjes," President Scott added : "The
real cause is rather to be found in us,
who are parents, teachers, ministers
and managers. We have failed to de de-.
. de-. velop methods of handling children,
pupils, parishioners and workers in
' keeping with the developments of the
"The social sciences have not been
as completely developed as the nat natural
ural natural sciences and as helpfully applied
and consequently we have not made
a similar advance in methods of train-
' ing and handling men. Men and wom women
en women are today 'not adequately trained
for twentieth century civilization and
.they are. not working together effec-
' tively and happily.
The typical American of today is
more often the descendent.of steerage
passengers than -of the pilgrim fath fathers,",
ers,", fathers,", he added. "Our- convention of
men, our methods of training men and
- our methods of handling men are all
largely the traditions of the eighteenth
and nineteenth centuries.
"The traditional methods of handl-
ing men in America wis to divide
them into two classes the bosses and
the grudges and to treat them ac accordingly.
cordingly. accordingly. Most Americans were
, thouht to be bosess. The
" sjteial sciences, teach' us that. Ameri-
1 cans of today cannot be deivided into
bosses and grudges; that such distinc distinctions
tions distinctions are contrary to the facts and
that the diverse, methods of handling
men based on such distinction, are
dangerous to the best interests of our
"Our inherited methods of training
and handling men fail to meet the
present needs.' For guidance we must
understand the crowd and the mob.
We must think in groups, classes and
r$Lces. We must realize that in Amer America
ica America .today convention is more potent
than tradition.' , v
Gainesville, June 11. Crop pros
pects, in Florida improved generally
during the month of May according to
tb monthly report on conditions June
1, hy the 4ureu of crop estimates of
the federal department of agriculture
here. The condition of citrus fruits
was favorable on that date, and
. staple crops, with the exception of
" cotton, "very promising." Melons and
Jate truck crops were, showing satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory production.
It is generall believed citrus crops
have taken a turn for the better al although
though although condition reports on June 1
v were lower than those of the previous
month, according to the bureau.
Greatly needed rains began falling
late in May and the beneficial effects
were not fully shown in reports for
June 1,. which were made to the bu bureau
reau bureau by local correspondents about
the time favorable weather set in.
; The condition of oranges at that
time was 84 per cent of normal, com compared
pared compared with 88 on May 1 and 88 a year
ago. Grapefruit showed a condition
of 84 compared with 89 on May 1, and
75 in 1920, limes 82 against 80 on
May 1 and 84 in 1920.
v Irs a poor rale that doesn't werk
fe3b wars and Lb At la as true of the
felden Rule as any other. Boctoa
Even Tho Four Thousand Miles from
the "Old Sod," They Oppose
Denver,' June 14. Efforts to pre prevent
vent prevent a widening of the break between
the two factions of Irish sympathiz sympathizers
ers sympathizers among the delegates were being
made today at the opening of the sec second
ond second session of the forty-first annual
convention of the American Federa Federation
tion Federation of Labor. Advocates of Irish
freedom last night appointed a com committee
mittee committee to draft resolutions that would
be satisfactory to both extreme and
conservative groups of the assem assemblage.
BIG. LEAGUES TURN DOWN
MANY. YOUNG PLAYERS
Chicago, June 13. The annual try try-out
out try-out of scores of minor league baseball
players by major league 'teams has
ended, and the yougsters who failed to
make good have joined in the yearly
pilgrimage back to the minors' for
further experience, some to return
for another chance next year, but
many to remain in the bushes.
Every season two or three hundred
youngsters are taken on the spring
training, trips by managers hopeful of
finding" at least one Cobb, one Sisler
or one Walter Johnson among them,
but when May 15, the day the clubs
muts reduce to 25 players each, comes
around the try-outs are ended arj
most of the youngsters are back to the
This year the sixteen major league
clubs have sent 161 men back to the
lower leagues for seasoning. Most
of them are pitchers, for the heavy
batting of the past tyo years has sent
managers and scouts scurrying to
even the smallest leagues in the hope
of finding one or two good players,
but there is also a good proportion of
outfielders and fair number of infield infield-ers
ers infield-ers and catchers.
The New York Americans, with 19
recruits sent backvjead both leagues,
in the number of players found want wanting.
ing. wanting. Manager Huggins kept only a
few of his youngsters and with the
exception of his pitching staff is de depending
pending depending almost entirely on his last
year's team.' '"
The Chicago White Sox, crippled
by the loss of eight stars through the
baseball scandal, took nearly fifty
men south, but nineteen of the new
players-have been found to be below
major league caliber and sent back
to the minors. The White Sox, how however,
ever, however, probably have kept more young youngsters
sters youngsters than any other club, Sheely,
Falkf Johnson, Mulligan-and Mostfl
being recruits who have earned regu regular
lar regular positions in the broken up club.
Many. of the youngsters, tried out
this year were fresh from college and
the number of semipros given chances
in the majors each season seems to be
increasing. At least one of the college
men has 'more than made good. He
is Stephenson of Cleveland, who came
from the University of Alabama to
play second base when Bill Wambs Wambs-ganns
ganns Wambs-ganns broke an arm. Stephenson
ranks in the first ten batters in the
league and has a good batting record.
A majority of the players released
were sent back to the minors with
strings attached and will get another
chance in the majors next year. Some
of them already have hatl several
chances, but these men are always
cheered up by the numerous instances
of players who did not make good urn
til they had several tryouts in the
.senior circuits and then became stars.
BELFAST PEOPLE HAD HELL
. POPPING BEFORE BREAKFAST
( Associated Press)
Belfast, June 14. Rioting accom accompanied
panied accompanied by heavy revolver fire was re renewed
newed renewed in the Clifjon street area here
earl ytoday. It is asserted the rioting
was organized by the republicans to
prevent the visit of KingGeorge to
Belfast June 22nd, to attend in state
the opening of the Ulster parliament.
POUNDED TO DEATH
i BY INSURGENT POLES
Berlin, June 14. Louis Snyder of
Boston, was beaten to death by Polish
insurgents in upper Silesia May 29th,
according to a German who escaped
fro mthat region a week ago and ar arrived
rived arrived here today.
There ia More than pne Effectual
Weapon at a Law-Abiding
(Associated Press) 1
Jacksonville, June 14. The board
of county commissioners has refused
to issue to A. C. Johns, a permit to
carry a pistol on the ground that it
has 'not the power to do so. Johns
pleaded he was 'being followed by
moonshiners and that his life was in
danger. He told the commissioners
his mother's cattle were killed by the
moonshiners because they overturned
tubs of mash and that since he had
been instrumental in the raiding of
one still by federal prohibition agents
his life had been in jeopardy.
upon being refused the permit,
Johns declared he would go to Gove Gove-nor
nor Gove-nor Hardee with his plea. Moonshin Moonshiners
ers Moonshiners are "thick" in the Marietta sec section,
tion, section, he said,- and he informed th
commissioners he would protect his
mother and sister if he had to "kill
everything in Duval county."
ATROCIOUS MURDER OF
'A GEORGIA GIRL
. (Associated Press)
Albany, Ga., June 14. The where whereabouts
abouts whereabouts of "Sheriff Beard and his pris prisoner,
oner, prisoner, John Williams, a negro, accused
of the murder of a 12-year-old white
girl near Autreyville, yesterday, was
unknown this morning after their
flight from the scene of the crime in
an automobile closely pursued by a
mob intent on lynching the negro.
Judge Thomas will convene the Col Colquitt
quitt Colquitt county court in extraordinary
session so the negro can be tried im immediately.
mediately. immediately. The murder of the girl is
regarded as one of the most atrocious
crimes ever committed in this section.
Her body was found in a small pond
near her home.
One negro church was' burned and
two negro women beaten last night
near Autryville, while parties of white
men are searching for the wife of
Williams, according to work received
here today. The woman has not been
ANOTHER STRIKE ON
Boston, June 14. The evening
newspapers were published in every
instance today despite the walkout of
compositors that continued the move movement
ment movement begun in the morning newspa newspaper
per newspaper offices' last night. The papers were
of varying size, most of them reduc reduced
ed reduced from normal. The action of the
men was declared unauthorized by
the president of the local typographi typographical
cal typographical union.
SUGAR SEEMS HEADED
FOR THE CELLAR
Centrifugal, by Tens of Thousands of
Pounds, Sold hi New York
at Four Cents
New York, June 14. The lowest
level in the local sugar market in five
years was reached today when 24,000
bags of centrifugal sold at four cents
CUBA WILL HONOR
REMAINS OF GOMEZ
New York, June 14. The body of
former President Gomez of Cuba, who
died here yesterday, will be met at
Key West. Sunday by a Cuban cruiser
and taken to Havana.
REV. C. C BROWN
Richmond, Va., June 14. Rev. C. C.
Brown, one of the best known Bap Bap-t';t
t';t Bap-t';t ministers in the South, died in
the hospital here today. Burial will
take place at Sumter, S. C, where he
preached for many years.
' Rev. Edwin L. Bowyer, both singer
and preacher, writes that he will ar arrive
rive arrive in Ocala not later than the 25th
to hold a salvation and healing meet meeting.
ing. meeting. He was himself miraculously
healed, in 1918. of malignant cancer
of the stomach, a perfectly hopeless
case, humanly speaking. Let all who
read this give it wings. A Friend.
This it a Studebaker year.
Wants to Make Women Who Dress
Down to Date Work on the
Streets of Zkm. Ills.
Zion, Ills.. June 14. Zion's road re repair
pair repair forces may soon be augmented
by women if Overseer Wilbur Voliva
keeps his pronouncement against
women who wear dresse which expose
more than their necks at the juncture
with their collarbones. Three women
have already been jvarned by the po police
lice police and presented with printed notices
giving them a "reasonable time to re retire
tire retire from public view." Voliva issued
a warning last night thajt the police
would arrest any woman Jthat goes
around the streets half naked, and
would make her pay a fine or work it
out on the streets." i
SIX LIVES LOST IX AN
Sayre, Okla., June 14. Six persons
are known tohave drowned when they
were caught in the flood wsters of
Timber and Short creeks after a
cloudburst late yesterday.
CYRUS E. WOODS WILL
BE SENT TO SPAIN
Washington, June 14. Cyrus E.
Woods, of Greenburg, Penn., has been
selected by Presideht Harding as am
bassador to Spain.
TRY CATTS ABOUT
Pensacola, June 14. Attorneys for
Sidney J. Catts failed yesterday to
file demurrers to the indictment
charging the former governor of
Florida with peonage. District At Attorney
torney Attorney John L. Neely announced that
the case would be brought before
Judge Sheppard in the U. S. court for
the northern district of Florida as
soon as possible. It is understood
that a special session of the court
will be convened here about June 20
to try Catts.
FOR GAME BIRD HATCHES
Marshfield, Mass., June 14. Incu Incubators
bators Incubators are being used by the division
of fisheries and game of the state de de-parement
parement de-parement of conservation to provide
sport for the hunters and food for the
people. On a farm here pheasants,
which in recent years have been grow growing
ing growing scarce, have been hatched in
large numbers by machine and are
being cared for in steam-heated
brooders until they are strong enough
to shift for themselves. Then they
will be turned loose in various sec sections
tions sections of the state.
PALATKA IS TRYING
TO REVIVE ITS BAND
Palatka, June 14. The effort of
business men in cooperation with the
Palatka community service to revive
the local band has resulted in the
bringing to Palatka of Harry Smith,
of Bainbridge, Ga.. a musician with
broad experience as a band leader.
The Gem City Band, which at nearly
all times was composed of local talent,
for many years was regarded as one
of the finest in the state.
The musical program to be given
at the Colonial hotel Friday afternoon
at 4 o'clock has been prepared and
will appear tomorrow. No charges.
Notice is hereby given that on the
4th day of July, 1921, the board of
county commissioners of Marion coun county,
ty, county, Florida, will meet with the tax
assessor of the said county, in the of office
fice office of the clerk of the said board, for
the purpose of hearing complaints
and receiving testimony as to the
value of any property, real or per personal,
sonal, personal, as fixed by the said county as assessor
sessor assessor of taxes, and for the purpose
of perfecting, reviewing and equaliz equalizing
ing equalizing the assessment of taxes in and
for said county. Said session of the
said board will continue from day to
day as long as may be necessary.
The Board of County Commissioners,
Marion County, Florida. Florida.-T.
T. Florida.-T. D. Lancaster Jr Clerk
- By Edna Walker,
6-14-tf Deputy Clerk.
Bring us your job work.
Labor Board Awarded It a Decision
on Negotiation of Agreements
with the Railroad
Chicago, June 14. Union labor
won its fight for negotiation of
agreements with the railroads by the
Federated Shop Crafts acting for all
employes comprising these crafts in
a. decision, rendered today by the
United States railroad labor board.
The board decided an agreement be
tween tho Federated Shop Crafts and
a carrier should, if the federation so
elected, apply to all employes com
prising those crafts.
PLEASANT EVENING FOR
KNIGnTS OF PYTHIAS
The Knights of Pythias district
convention held at Castle Hall with
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Tuesday evening,
lully came up to every expectation of
the most enthusiastic Knight.
Three other lodges besides Ocala
were represented at the meeting, and
when the refreshment committee
counted "faces to feed" it was found
there -were over a hundred on hand.
The reports of the various lodges
showed increased membership as well
as an extremely healthy financial con
Grand Chancellor W. B. Crawford
of Orlando, Grand Outer Guard L. M.
Johnson, of Leesburg, and Mr. E. R.
Feagm, secretary of the insurance
department, of Orlando, were present,
and gave the boys instructive talks.
After several hours of business
session the committee in charge of
refreshments 'served ice cream, cake
and cool drinks.
After the social session Ocala lodee
convened and administered the second
rank on a 'member of the Dunnellon
lodge, which detained the team until
nearly the midnight hour.
The fourth district, which holds its
meeting at Leesburg On July 14th.
extended an invitation to the Knights
of this district to be with them on
CANNONS WON THEIR CASES
The circuit court has had before it
the suits against the county school
board of C. W. Cannon and Mrs. C W.
Cannon. Mr. Cannon was principal
of the Fairfield school and his wife
was his assistant. They were not
satisfactory, to a number of the pa
trons. The school board suspended
the school, leaving the Cannons with without
out without positions. They left Fairfield
and soon after the school was started
with new teachers. The Cannons
brought suit for the salaries they
would have received if they had not
been left high and dry. Their attor
neys were? W. K. Zewadski and T. S.
Trantham. The cases were tried sep
arately. The juries awarded Mr. Can
non $200 and Mrs. Cannon $240 and
interest from the time their salaries
GOODS FOR THE FRENCH
Paris, June 14. The vast stock of
canned 'foods left in France by the
American army and now being sold
to the public is proving a boon to the
She is now able to go to her usual
grocery store and buy canned goods
really canned in America, and con containing
taining containing labels in real English at a
price which is sometimes 300 per cent
cheaper than the same variety of food
canned by the French.
String beans, salmon, tuna fish,
corned beef, potted ham. combinations
of vegetables and meat of various
kinds and many others are now ob obtainable
tainable obtainable from ie stock of things the
American snny left behind and sold
to the French government.
Many of these things, pork and
beans, for instance, were virtually
unknown to the French until the Am American
erican American army came to France. All are
products of the best known American
packers and it is striking that the
average French housewife says Am American
erican American earning methods are better
than th French.
Tea and Coffee Brown, who has
been in town this week, has repudiat repudiated
ed repudiated his resemblance to Got. Catts. He
says he is dead set against pardons.
Grda de Oro. that mild Havana
filler cigar 10c at all dealers. 6-tf
Each Insisting on Its Form of
Peace Resolution May Greatly
Washington, June 14. Whether the
Senate will accept the Porter nence
resolution passed vesterdav hv thm
House as a substitute for the Knox
resolution already adopted by the
Senate was an uncertain question to today.
day. today. Failure to accept would send the
whole question to conference but as
leaders of both branches of Congress
have declared their intention of hold holding
ing holding out for their respective measures
there was no indication that a speedy
agreement would be reached.
DOMINICA MAY GO-IT-ALONE
A proclamation formally announc announcing
ing announcing the decision of the United. States
to withdraw its military government
from the Dominican Republic was is
sued there today by Rear Admiral
Robinson, military governor. The text
of the proclamation was made public
here by the state department.
OBEY OR GET OUT
Government employes who actively
oppose the administration's govern government
ment government reorganization plan will he dis dismissed.
missed. dismissed. President Harding and the
cabinet decided today. This decision
is said to have resulted from the ac activities
tivities activities of some of the employes in
spreading propaganda against the re-
MRS. MOORHEAD MADE
FRIENDS FOR FLORIDA
After a protracted trip around New
England and the middle states, Mrs.
J. R. Moorhead is home for a brief
rest. Mrs. Moorhead was sent out by
that meritorious corporation, the
Florida Citrus Exchange, and she did1
her work welL She lectured and dem demonstrated
onstrated demonstrated in many colleges and wom women's
en's women's clubs, beside instructing many
families, on the best way to prepare
oranges and grapefruit how to make
candy, preserves, jellies and flavor flavorings,
ings, flavorings, with the best results and the
least work and expense. It is not too
muc hto say that her trip has been
worth a great deal to all Florida.
Mr. J. M. Douglass and family of
Weirsdale were in town Saturday.
Mr. Douglass 'has just returned from
a trip to Indiana.
32x3 slightly used; off of new
cars, at $16 each. These tires art
guaranteed tires, standard makes, U.
S, Firestone. Goodyear, Goodrich and
Republic AUTO SALES CO,
6t Phone 348. Mack Taylor.
Anne Marshall, in oucty judge's
court this morning, was found guilty
of keeping liquor and sentenced to
pay $200 and spend thirty days in
jail. Shell probably spend the $200
TOO LATE FOR THE AUCTION
One worm drive 1921 Ford truck,
with cord tires, cab and dirt body.
Come quick if you want it. Price,
One Ford light delivery, with metal
panel body, in first class running
order. Cheap for cash, or wil hrade'
for touring car or roadster.
One Ford touring ear with starter;
rare bargain. W. I GRAY,
13-lt Opposite Postofiee.
In the county judge's office, Judge
Futch officiating, Monday morning.
Miss Agnes Johnson of Sparr -was
married to Mr. P. W. Mound of Cltra.
USED FORD CARS
One 1916 Ford Touring $275 JO 1
One 1914 Ford Touring... $175 AO
One 1914 Ford Truck $150.00
6t "AUTO SALES CO,
Phone 348. Mack Taylor.
At the regular weekly shoot of the
Ocala Gun Club this afternoon, Mr.
E. L. Moss of the Hercules Powder
Company, an expert marksman, will
be an honored guest and participant.
32x3 slightly used; off of new
cars, at $16 each. These tires are
guaranteed tires, standard msVs, U.
S, Firestone. Goodyear. Goodrich and
Republic AUTO SALES CO,
6t Phone 343. Mack Tavlar.
OCALA-EVESIXG STAR, TfcESDAY. JtSTE 14. 1S1
PaMUfce Efrr Dy Extft Saadar fcy
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY;
: OCALA, FLORIDA
R. R. Carrwll, freldat
P. V. Laveaa-od, Sretary-Treaarer
J. H. BeajMta, Editor
June 5th. has taken tip private prac practice,
tice, practice, his office being in the St. Jame
building-, Jacksonville. The doctor
thank3 the press for its efficient help
and asks that the same be continued
to his successor. The board pf health
will always have the Star's help, as
long as it continues to be the business
like, non-political and efficient body
into which Dr. Greene and Joe Ear-
Entered at Ocata.1 Fla., postoffice as I man have transformed it.
BmIim O fare ...... Flve-Oae
IMItat-fal Deaartatat ......Tw-Sti
Society Reporter ......... .Flre-Oae
friends, whether Baptists or not,' also
to be present. It will be a heart heart-stirring
stirring heart-stirring occasion, and the Star would
advise all who can to got All should
carry lunch baskets, as dinner on the
grounds after preaching will be a
: The Marion County Chapter of the
Red Cross has sent a hundred dollars
to the Pueblo. Colo., sufferers. A good
contribution on short notice.
We much regret the manner in
which the second paragraph of Mayor
Anderson's letter in yesterday's paper
was massacred. It was as badly
slaughtered as that Kaber person in
Cleveland, who was given twenty-
M EMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Associated Press is exclusively
all news dispatches credited to it or I four, stabs in his commissary depart-
dot oinerwwe creaiieu in. uimj j-aper ment in order to domis him. tvn
also the local news miDiisnea neretn. i
All rights of republication of special I years ago. In order that our readers
mspaccne nerem aic mav nndprstjind thi. r nf 1tf.
domestic subscription- rates I Andersons letter, we reprint it
One, year, in advance
Six months, in advance . .
Three months.' In advance..
One 'month. In advance
L6o I At last meeting or tne council I
advertising rates I wnicn naa peen approved Dy tne at-
Dlsalays Plate 15 cents -per inch forltornev for the Commercial Bank, th
consecutive raseriwna. !Aiirnaie msci i ,.i , .
tions 25 per cent additional. Comport- J fvus uw uonus oi me city,
'JStSSSfiSS -nerl16 and.which-1 had assured, would
position 25 per cent additional, nates i complete tne sale. Tins I did under
erased on tour-men muumm ueas man i u. v
four inches win take a niarner rate.Itne impression that no further action
which will be furnished upon applica-jGn my part would be required to con
WVU. I ..1 A- ,L 1 1 . .
ReadlsK Not lees i .Five cents iper line I summave tne saie Ol tne Donas; ana 1
for flfrst insertion; three cents (per im ui. th: arfinn i-t-nj,,.;,-
for each aubseouent insertion.- One I loOK ims aC"On prior to introducing
change a week allowed on readers with
out extra composition cnarges.
Legal advertisements at legal rates.
Say what you please about a canni
bal, he always loves his fellow man.
Even a stiff neck will turn when a
short skirt goes by.
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
cil meeting, the Commercial Bank de
sired further action on the part of the
I city relative to the bonds, which action
required immediate attention, and in
order to prevent the occurrence of
anything which might interfere with
I the sale of the bonds, I withdrew tem
porarily my resignation. Since that
So far as can be seen, the practice I time the demands of the bank have
women once had of carrying money in I been met, and the consumption of the
their stockings has been discontiuued. I sale of the bonds is now awaiting the
approval of a bond attorney of na-
Women are more healthy than men, I tional reputation. Upon receipt of his
At any rate,' the wages of sin will
never be cut.'
BUILDING THE ARMY
One of the most puzzling questions
and some scientists say it, is because
they .wear less clothes.
opinion, if favorable, the money will
be deposited and the work can begin."
Fatted calves are not fed to prod
igals any more. They are used to fill
The Carpentier-Dempsey prizefight
will take place in the late afternoon
of Saturday, July 2. It will probably
not begin until after the Star's last
An esteemed contemporary speaks I regular dispatches are on the wires.
of John Sharp Williams of Mississippi I As there is no possibility of our ob-
as being the senator from Missouri, tabling all the story before press
That isn't so much of a mistake, for time, we shall not try to print any of
old John Sharp is from Missouri a lot it. We will probably have a flash an-
of the" time. nouncing the result, but not in time
for publication. We can obtain the
Ocala did not get the state capital I story round by round much cheaper
this time but here's hoping for better than any other agency, but the trou-
luck for her next time. Better luck J ble is, if we do, we will not receive a
foir Ocala and the state Clearwater thin dime to help pay the telegraph
Thanks, old Sun; you are always a
.. ' r ; : .
We see an art company is adver
Using; pictures in the nude at prices
of $2 up to $35. Don't see much
. chance for that company to make a
living. A man in the average Amer
ican town can see so much of the near
nude that unless he is silly he will not
send his good money away for pic
tolls. If the fight fans want to chin
in and bear this expense, and are will willing
ing willing to come to the Star office to hear
the dispatches read, we will order
them; otherwise, not. If our town
was where it belongs on central
time, we could obtain the dispatches
in time to use them as a news story,
but on eastern time we cannot.
with which Congress has to deal is
determining the size of the army.
Nursing a most commendable ambi
tion to reduce government expenses
in the interest of the taxpayers, Con Congress
gress Congress is inclined to cut army expendi
tures to the bone, thereby not only
protecting the-federal treasury, but
at the same time recognizing the prev prevalent
alent prevalent sentiment in this country
against a large military establish
But there is a line of consistency
which should be observed, a line of
demarkation between prudence and
false economy a line, in short, which
fixes the limitations of national safe
ty,' below which Congress should not
go. The ascertainment of that line
and strict adherence to it will prove
a test of the patriotic wisdom of sen
ators and representatives.
The present strength of the army
is 226,000 men, arid by the beginning
of the next fiscal year, July 1, the
number will be reduced to 215,000. In
the pending army bill the House made
provision for an average army, o
150.000 men during the next fisca
year, starting with 215,000 anft grad
ually reducing the strength until it
reached about 120,000. The Senate
committee on military affairs amend
ed that provision so that it contem contemplates
plates contemplates an average of approximately
170,000, which is 5000 less than the
minimum advocated by Secretary
Weeks. The Senate yesterday approv approved
ed approved the committee amendment.
Thus the question which confronts
Congress is not one of economy, since
every member of both branches is in
favor of saving every dollar possible
in making appropriations. It is a
question of judgment as affecting the
national defense. Arguments for cut cutting
ting cutting the army's strength down to the
basis fixed by the House, or lower,
based upon pleas for economy, are
misleading. The question should be
determined solely upon its merits,
because the American people, intent
as they are upon eliminating extrav-
least $4,000,000,000 annually, with the
observance of strict economy. Conse Consequently
quently Consequently the army appropriations do
not, appear to be out of proportion to
the increase in total expenditures.
Chairman Wadsworth, in presenting
the bill to the Senate, called attention
to the manner in which war depart department
ment department estimates have been cut down
during the last three yean as evi
dence of the economy practiced by
Congress. For the fiscal year 1919,
estimates aggregated $1,300,000,000.
but appropriations were held down to
about $900,000,000. The followine
year estimates amounting- to about
$1,000,000,000 were presented to Con
gress, dui. tne appropriations were
only'$392000,0qp. In making -up the
bill for 1921, estimates totaled nearly
$690,000,000, but as the bill passed it
carried appropriations of $345,000,000.
It was vetoed, and in framing the
pending bill Congress was obliged to
use the same estimates largely. As
the House pasesd the bill it carried.
in round figures, $320,000,000, and
the Senate committee has increased
the total appropriations $15,000,000,
to $335,000,000, which amount is still
$11,000,000 less vhan was carried by
Geo. HacKaji Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
Day Phone 47. Xigkt Pko 513
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.,
Funeral Directors, Embalm era
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Boy Scouts o! America
A. R. Cassil, Scoutmaster
Meets every Friday night at the
Library, at 8:30 o'clock. Visiting
Scouts are always welcome.
I Cash and Carry Meat MjifM j
Located in the CRESCENT GROCERY CO.'sStpe
We handle stall fed Beef, the very best Veal and
Pork. Pay for your meat and" not for your
neigebor's who does not pay for his.
the bill which pasted both branches in
the last session.
Consequently, the charge of ex extravagance
travagance extravagance will not lie against Con Congress
gress Congress in connection with army appro
priations, and it is obvious that in
determining the size of the army th
deciding factor should be the national
defense. This'country does not want j jN
o uig awiuuiiig aim, uucs nyfc nwib
a single file of men more than wis
provision for the country's interest
demands. But it does want preserved,
intact and ready for use, the frame framework
work framework upon which a large army may
be builded quickly should be occasion
We ask you for your patponage and and-Thank
Thank and-Thank You in advance.
Cash and Carry Meat Market
C. Cecil Bryant
Gary Block. Crer 10c Store
fr'""""""" II!"1 "'
Senator Fletcher has been criticised
somewhat for his position on the army
bill. Mr. Fletcher is one of the
statesmen who allowed the lessons of
We see that Judge Wm. E. Gober.lthe last war to sink in. He doesn't
formerly of Ocala, now of Lakeland, want America to be caught unprepar
is booked for United States attorney led again. The measures he advocates
for this district.. Since a republican are just as economical as are consis
must have the position, the Star is ( tent with safety. It's a blind man
glad that it goes to Judge Gober, who who can't see that America, is likely
has many friends in Marion county. J to need an army any day. The edi
A southern man born and raised, he torial from the Washington Post,
will better understand the problems J printed elsewhere," comes very near
of this part of the country than, any expressing the senator's view, and we
of the northern men who make the believe any person reading it will con con-top
top con-top "crust of the republican party in j sider them moderate and reasonable.
Harvey Clark, one of the live gro
The Star has heard some criticism cerymen of this city, has achieved
of the, officers of the law for not ar- distinction among, the grocers of the
resting the men who abducted Milton United States by making some perti perti-froni
froni perti-froni his home near Kendrick on the nent suggestions at the psychological
night pf May 31, and after carrying j moment. The National Grocer, a trade
him nearly to Blitchton gave him a I journal with readers all over the
beating and warned him not to return, country, recently called for sugges-
It is the Star's opinion that the offi- tions from among its clientele regard
cefs have done all they can without ling the grocery business. Mr. Clark,
exceeding the law. The sheriff has I noticing the request, felt that he
red to Milton and written to him, would like to contribute to the sym-
but has received no reply. He haslposium, but had not time to draft nis
also talked, to several men in the I ideas to suit himself. However, one
community, who, tho' indignant at the J evening, tho' wearied from his day's
outrage,' and certain they know who! work he decided to make a dash at it,
perpetrated it, will not give him the I wrote a short article and mailed it to
direct testimony that would justify the "Grocer." He was considerably
him in making an arrest. If the surprised to be informed that he had
won fourth prize. Interchange of
ideas is one of the way3 of improving
agance and curtailing expenses," do
not wish to weaken the nation's arm
When Congress passed the army re
organization bill it provided the foun
dation upon which an army of 2,000,
000 men might be quickly built in the
event of another emergency such as
overtook the nation in April, 1917.
That foundation must be kept strong
and effective at all times if it is to be
relied upon as a national safeguard,
and it must rest largely with the
judgment of the military experts,
supplemented by the wisdom of Con
gress,! to decide what number of sol
diers constitutes an adequate cadre
for this purpose.
The argument is made that three
years after the signing of the armis armistice
tice armistice it is proposed to spend $335,000,
000 on the army, while the appropria appropriations
tions appropriations for that purpose before the war
were only $100,000,000 to $110,000,
000. That in itself is unconvincing.
Previous to the war government ex
penditures were considered extrava
gant when they reached $1,000,000,
000 a year, but now, and for several
years -to come, they will aggregate at
sheriff could obtain sufficient evidence
to make one or more arrests, the cir circuit
cuit circuit court judge and the state attor attorney
ney attorney would immediately give the ac accused
cused accused a preliminary trial and send
them to jail, bind them over to the
grand jury or turn them loose. The
people out Kendrick way have the
suspected parties narrowed down to
five" men. If they cant make their
suspicion good, they might as well
keep quiet. They might also stock up
with' buckshot, for if the Milton mob'
is allowed to go, unpunished it' will
very likely before long try to take
revenge on the people who have crit criticised
icised criticised it.
Sand Slough church, near Tidewa Tidewater,
ter, Tidewater, was once a stronghold of the
Baptist faith in Levy county. Of
late years, the old church has some somewhat
what somewhat fallen off in membership. The
pastor, Rev. C. E. McClellan, who has
recently accepted a call to the church,
desires to revive it and build it up to
greater strength than ever before.
Mr. McClellan was in to see the Star
Monday, and said that he and his
leading members had planned for a
big reunion at the church on the sec second
ond second Sunday in July. They want all
Dr. Ralph N. Greene, who has so I members who have moved to other
well filled the position of public communities, to come and worship
health officer for two years, resigning j with them on that day, and all other
.We claim this is
the old reliable
' nickel cigar back
120 S. Main St.
EAT AT THE
y wouia nave your
,. eyes examined ' "some
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
UP TO DATE DINING ROOM AND LUNCH COUNTER
Regular Dinner, 11:30 to 230, PRICE. 50c
Fresh Vegetables of All.Kinds. Western Meat and Sea Food
- All Kinos of Salads and Delicatessen
American. French. Spanish and Italian Cooking
Try John Metrie's Special Club Sandwich
, 15 Years Experience
Specials Orders Receive Prompt Attention PEO?8EWa. 7
: 103 S. Magnolia St Next Anti-Monopoly Drea Slsre:
i 11 Tea IP! Special
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 with her recipes absolutely for the asking;
Eats and free samples especialy for you this
week only. See the fine Clark Jewel Gaa
Range used exclusively by Miss Halvorson.
Don't missthis. Come early and advise your
friends what's here.
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1921
It iaa simple matter to be well
dressed at a small cost if you know
how. Many garments cast aside owing
to soil or fade can by
Oar Dying and Cleaning.
be made seasonable again for months.
La-Donde Geaning Co.
CARRY A. STEIN, Prop.
Oyer Jirash Grocery Co.
' PHONE 525
Ocala, Fla., June 7th, 1921.
The board of county commissioners
convened with all members present.
Minutes of May 3rd and 7th were
read and approved.
Miss Jessie Owens appeared in the
interest of the road petition in the
Anthony Farm section, said petition
bearing 45 signatures, which upon be being
ing being referred to the county attorney
the board was ada vised that the pro proposition
position proposition was beyond their jurisdiction
and was to be settled by the parties
Mr. E. H. Miller called in regard to
ioad conditions in his section.
Mr. J. M. Meffert and others ap appeared
peared appeared in regard to placing hard sur-
J. H. SPENCER
W. R. PEDRICK
Spencer-Pedrick Motor .Co.
"VESTA" Battery Ser Service
vice Service Station
FOR AIL MAKES OF
GOODYEAR and U. 5. TIRES and TUBES
GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE
FULLY EQUIPPED GARAGE, EMPLOYING ONLY EFFICIENT J
MECHANICS, ASSURING PROMPT SERVICE AT ALL TIMES
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
OCALA, PHONE 271 FLORIDA
face on the road near St. Johns
church in the Dunnellon special road
and bridge district, and the trustees
of said district were requested to be
present at the meeting of the board
July 4th, to conside name.
Bill of the Ocala Banner against
the state of Florida, in amount of
$25.33 for two-thirds the cost of ad-
certisement of the 1920 license list
Bids for the purchase of the $560,-
000 issue of Marion county road bonds
submitted in accordance to the adver
tisement, were received from G. B.
Sawyers Co., in amount of $504400,
and from Wills & Son & McCarthy in
amount of $504,000, respectively.
Each bid carrying certain conditions,
which were considered by the board,
were refused and certified checks that
were deposited with said bid were
Upon motion of Commissioner Tal-
ton, seconded by Comissioner Weath
ers, the following notice was ordered
published in accordance with law:
"Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners of
Marion county until 2. o'clock p. m.,
on the 9th day of July, 1921, at the
office of the clerk of said board at the
Marion county courthouse in Ocala,
Florida, will receive sealed bids for
all or any part of the bonds of said
county, authorized by an election
held on April 20th, 1920, said bonds
being particularly described as f ol
Iowa: AI lof said bonds being dated
July 1st, 1920, of the denomination of
($1000) one' thousand dollars each, all
bearing 5 per cent interest per an annum
num annum from their date; 140 of said
bonds mature five years from their
date; 200 of said bonds mature ten
years from their date; 220 of said
bonds mature 15 years from their
date, interest on all of said bonds be being
ing being payable semi-annually on the first
day of January and the first day of
July of each year. The interest cou coupons
pons coupons due January 1st, 1921, and July
1st, 1921, will be detached before the
sale or delivery. The said bids will
be received by saTd board, with the
understanding that the bonds will be
delivered;' and the amount of success successful
ful successful bid or bids paid over after the 9th
day of July and before the 10th day
of August, 1921. A certified check,
satisfactory to the said board, for a
sum equal to one per cent of the
amount bid, must be delivered with
each bid as security to insure compli
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Touring, Regular, $440
Touring, Starter, 510
Roadster, Regular 395
Roadster, Starter 465
Coupe, Starter, 745
Sedan, Starter, 795
Above Prices f. o. b. Detroit
- . t
Ocala DEALERS Florida
therewith, in the event same is
accepted. The said board reserves the J
right to reject any and all bids. 1
Communication was received from
Mary -Wingate, which was referred to
A. J. Mar low was ordered placed
on the pauper list at $5 per month.
Chaney Hope's pauper allowance
was ordered increased to sio per
At the request of the principal, the
license to carry jeepating rifle of Hu Hubert
bert Hubert Collins was ordered cancelled,
and the bondsmen released from their
Notice was received from the Unit United.
ed. United. States Engineering Corps of a
meeting to be held at Inverness, on
June 14, 1921, to consider the appli application
cation application of the Cove Company of Ocala,
for license from the federal power
company for power development on
the Withlacoochee river.
Communication was received from
Mr. E. J. Jones, regarding the double
assessment of an automobile, and as
taxes on same had been. paid in both
instances, he was advised the board
could offer no relief.
.Communication was received from
Mr. R. McConathy enclosing a copy of
road laws of North Carolina.
Communication was received from
S. H. Gaitskill concerning the assess
ment of certain lots, which was re
ferred to the tax assesor.
Upon motion of Commissioner Tal
ton, H. J. Stuart of Anthony, was rec
ommended to the governor for ap-
poinment as marks and brand ins pec
tor for district No. 17.
Communication was received from
F. E. Hemphill regarding road condi
tions in the Juliette section."
Petition was received bearing 68
signatures of citizens of district No.
3, as follows:
"To the Board of County Commis
sioners: We, the undersigned citizens
of commissioner's district' No. 3, of
Marion county, respectfully request
your honorable board to request J. W.
Davis, ex-commissioner of said dis district,
trict, district, to furnish a statement showing
where the money of said district was
spent, that is included in the payment
of the board from Oct. 1st, 1920, to
Jan. 4th, 1921."
Which petition was considered by
the board and upon motion Mr. J. W.
Davis was requested to furnish stated
ment in accordance with said request.
Report of committee heretofore ap appointed
pointed appointed to view and mark put read to
bC abrogated was received as follows:
We, the undersigned, distinterested
free holders in the county and. state
.afaresaid, having carefully viewed the
road known as the old Heather Island
ferry road, commencing on the south
line of the ne quarter of the ne quar
ter of section 13 township 16 south
range 23 east, running thence in'i
course a little west of north for a dis
tance of about 2V4 miles through what
is known as Heather Island to the old
Heather Island ferry." thence after
crossing at said ferry in a north
westerly course about a mile to where
it connects with the Daytona and
Ocaal hard road, are of the opimon
that said road be discontinued.
Given under our, hands and seals
this 27th day of May, A. D. 1921.
W. C. White.
J. W. Nelson.
Witness certificates numbered from
957 to 987, inclusize, in amount of
$128 were ordered certified to the
county depository for payment from
the fine and forfeiture fund.
Time road' warrant No. 5 of date
Dec 9th, 1920, payable to Ocala Na National
tional National Bank in amount of $4500, was
ordered certified to the county depos depository
itory depository for payment from the road fund
June 5th, 1921, and warrant on the
road fund in amount of $135 in favor
of the Ocala National Bank was or ordered
dered ordered drawn to cover interest on
Warrant on the outstanding in indebtedness
debtedness indebtedness fund in favor of the Ocala
National Bank in amount of $660 was
ordered drawn to retire coupons Ijo.
11 on validated road warrants Nos.
11, 13, 47. 48. 49, 50, 51, 55, 56, 62, 63,
64, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74 and coupons
No. 11 on validated general fund war warrants
rants warrants Nos. 3, 4, 10 and 16, and war warrant
rant warrant in favor of the Munroe & Cham Cham-bliss
bliss Cham-bliss National Bank in amount of
$1134.90 was ordered drawn to retire
coupons No. 11 on validated road
fund warrant Nos. 9. 10, 12, 14, 23, 24,
45, 46, 52, 54, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 65,
66, 67, 68, 75 and coupons No. 11 on
validated general fund warrant Nos.
8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20,
21, 22, 23. 24. 25. 26, 27, 28, 29 and SO.
Warrant was ordered drawn on the
outstanding indebtedness fund in fa favor
vor favor of the Munroe & Chambliss Na National
tional National Bank in amount of $1000 to re retire
tire retire validated road fund warrant No.
41. Warrant was ordered drawn on
the agricultural fund in favor of K.
C. Moore in amount of $200 for salary
as county demonstrator for the month
of May 1921.
Warrant was ordered drawn on
geenral fund payabel to the W. C
Foster Company, in amount of $8X0
for the county taxes refunded on cer-
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed $1X0
Cars Polished .50
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
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. l.
All Garcia de Oro cigars wrapped in
tinfoil 10c at all dealers. 5-tf
T7DU certainly want to
JL save money, and you
would like to have better bakings.
Then nse CrMim.' It's the
biggest thing you c?n do to im improve
prove improve the quality of your b&klaga
and lower baking cosia.
Calumet is made in the larg largest
est largest most sanitaryBakirs Powder
Factories ?n the World. No Dat Dating
ing Dating Powder is made under better
conditions coca cca be better la
It contdza cily such ingre ingredients
dients ingredients as hzve been oUici&lly en endorsed
dorsed endorsed by the U. S. Pure Foci
'Authorities. An cbsolcte giuran-
teetna it is psre, :
mi i mm
It received highest Award?,
World's Pure Food Exposition, Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Paris Exposition, Paris,
Frances-positive proof of its super super-ior
ior super-ior merit.
It is used by more house housewives
wives housewives and domestic scientists than
any other brand.
It is sold at a moderate price,
All you have to do is to compare
costs to determine how much you
can save by buying Calumet
Gluten is the muscle building part
of flour which is of great importance.
. To be sure you get it in your bak
ings use plain flour and good baking
powder, (not self -rising flour).
floor. 9 Jerci tmm
Bakia Powder. H
cap batter. MA cup
cap cold water.
Whites of! cess. I
te pooo omit
Bertram Ibbetson & Co.,
of Atlanta, Georgia,
Will open an office in the Commercial Bank Bml&ng
of Ocala, Florida, effective July 1st, 1921, for the
practice of Accounting, Systematizing, Income Tax
Consultation and Preparation of Returns.
250 PEACHTREE STREET
Made from Choicest Grains
and Finest Hops
Your guests will greatly enjoy s
bottle or so of delicious Axnbrocia
serve 11 let-cold 'with or between meals
Order A Case Sent Home
Ambrosia is sold st Restaurants, Hotels, Clubs,
Fountains, Drug and Grocery Stores
Moses Grocery Company
MADE AND BOTTLED ONLT BT
CENTRAL CONSUMERS CO., Louisville, Ky.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
OCALA EVENi)tG STAR, TUESDAY. JUKE It, 121
( Continued from Third Page)
. tificate !fo. 809 of sale of 1917, and
an amount "of $30.10 for refund of
county taxes on certificate No. 615 of
sale of 1920, said certificates being
illegal and refund having been made
of state taxes on same.
The board ordered transfers .of
funds as follows: For general fund,
and $162 from light, fuel and. water,
$65 to the record Looks account, $50
to advertising required by law, $25
to insanity inquests, $57 to . general
stationery, blanks, etc., $5 to repairs
, to county buildings, $10 to contingen contingencies
cies contingencies account and $150 to commissions
of tax collector. Fine and forfeiture
fund: $100 from justice of peace cost
bills in criminal cases, $100 from pay
of jurros in criminal cases, $200 from
witness fees, $50 from clerk of cir
cuit turt cost bills, $450; to sheriff's
Mawl demities' cost bills, in criminal
"ctint. Road fund: $174.41 from cost
of material, $11.98 from dynamite,
fuses, etc., $18.04 from paint and re repair
pair repair of bridges, $50 from road inspec inspection
tion inspection by other persons and $156.47
from road inspection by county com commissioners,
missioners, commissioners, $50 to free labor other
than guards, $80 to feeding and care
of convicts, $10 to pay of convict
guards, $210 to gas and oil and $70 to
tools and machineryf cost of and re repairs,
pairs, repairs, and directed the clerk to write
.the comptroller and request that he
approve said transfers.
. The county depository, county
judge, sheriff, tax collector, justices
of the peace' and inspetcors of marks
rid brands filed reports..
Bond of Oliver Fort for license to
carry pistol with T. H. Johnson and
W. J. McGehee as sureties, was ap approved
proved approved The following notary public bonds
were filed: U. S. S. Alsopp, with W. C.
Black and R. G. Alsopp as sureties;
G. W. Neville with J. G. Baskin and
L. H. Kn jht as sureties.
Bond of Lute Howell as justice of
peace with W. T. Taylor and C. R.
Curry as sureties was filed.
Bond for deputy sheriff of Elvin F.
Bruton with C M. Smith and J. M.
Smith as sureties was iled.
The following applications for pen pensions
sions pensions were filed: James H. Badger,
Alfred Ayer, George Pasteur, F. E.
Harris, Wm. C. Jeffords, John M.
Martin, Joseph C. Mathews, J. K.
" The following warrants were order ordered
ed ordered drawn to cover bills, duly examin examined,
ed, examined, passed and ordered paid, to-wit:
Fine and forfeiture fund, No. 7873 to
No 7986, inclusive, $2,065.80; general
fund, No. 11817 to No. 11912, inclus inclusive,
ive, inclusive, $3,937.11; agricultural fund, No.
730, $200; outstanding indebtedness
fund, No. 109 to No. Ill, inclusive,
$2,794.90; road, and bridge fund, No.
14770 to No. 14803, inclusive, $1,125.
. There being no further business,
the board adjourned.
R. B. Meff ert, Chairman.
T. D. Lancaster Jr., Clerk, By Edna
Walker, Deputy Clerk.
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
. This is Flag Day, but our people
don't seem to be observing it.
Dr. J. E. Chaqe is in Gainesville attending-
a dental convention.
Mrs.' P. H. Hensley left yesterday
for Tennessee, where she will spend
There is a hemstitching expert in
the Singer Sewing Machine Company's
office in Ocala, at 317 North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street, where all work of this kind,
including picoting, is turned out on
short notice, and every uiece is guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Why send'' ymr work of this
nature out of town? Mail orders re receive
ceive receive prompt attention.
8-6t 'Singer Sewing Machine Co.
This is a Studebaker year. tf
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub-
' lished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time) Time)-SEABOARD
SEABOARD Time)-SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville -N 'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 am NYork-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jackson ville-N 'York 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:S3am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 urn
3:24 pm St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
'10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
' Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158.'. 158
.The friends of Mr. George Batts
will be glad to learn that he ha been
resting easier for the past few days.
Why heat your kitchen up these
days baking bread when you can buy
the best made at the Federal Bak-
Mr. Clarence Camp and daughter,
Miss Nettie Camp have returned
home from a pleasant trip to New
-Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gerig left this
morning for Miami, where the former
went especially to attend the meeting
of the' state druggists.
SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC
Grace church Sunday school picnic
will take place on next Wednesday,
June 15th, 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.
Circle number one of the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian church held an enjoyable silver
tea yesterday afternoon at the home
of Miss Mary McDowell. It was an
outdoor affair, and both the lawn and
porch were attractively and appro appropriately
priately appropriately arranged with chairs, flow flowers
ers flowers and tables from which refresh refreshments
ments refreshments of ice cream, cake and candy
were served. Many friends called
during the afternoon and besides be being
ing being a very pleasant occasion it was
also a financial success.
Mr. J. E. T. Bowden of Waycross,
Ga., has returned home. Mr. Bowden
was called to Ocala on account of the
illnes sand death of his mother, Mrs.
G. S. Wilson.
. Miss Marie Hensley leaves the lat latter
ter latter part of the week for Tampa,
where she will spend the summer
If there's better bread and rolls
made than we are mr.king now, please
let us know. We will not be outdone
when it comes to real quality. Federal
After several months' visit at the
home of her aunt, Mrs. L. J. Knight,
and family. Miss Elizabeth Dorsey, an
attractive young lady of Jacksonville,
has returned to her home.
No use to worry oyer making
desserts these warm days when you
can get Danish Pastry made fresh
every morning at the Federal Bak Bakery.
ery. Bakery. 14-6t
1916 Ford Touring $190.00
1917 Light Ford Truck $200.00
Good tires and in good condition.
Spencer-Pedrick Motor oC 9-tf
This is a Studebaker year.
It is an May matter simply wet a spoaff
With Bog art's Wonder Ant Potaoa mm
place it wkr mm ts appear.
They eat Bogarf e
Wonder Ant Poison
quickly and carry it to their Beats. In
f aw hour you'll b absolutely rid of
Atk your JrnggiMt for 25
emtbotda- It h can't nth
ply you ioc will do so on
receipt ot 30 csnts,
The Bogart Company
Dayton Beach Saa Breast
Our Specialty Is
MAZON & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig'a
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the cityl
Meet me at the Union Station
Restaurant for a regular family style
dinner Best dinner in the state for 75
cents. Eat and drink all you want.
Dinner 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. Owned
and operated by 100 Americans, tf
Miss Meta Jewett left the latter
part of last week for Lakeland, where
she is a guest at the home of her
brother, Mr. Sanford Jewett and fam family.
ily. family. In a few days, Miss Jewett will
accompany her brother and his wife
to Miami to attend the druggists'
W. K. Lane, M. D, physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent a tore
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
Dr. James E. Chace of Jacksonville
returned to his home this afternoon
after a brief visit in the .city at the
home of his son. Dr. J. E. Chace and
family. Dr. Chace's many friends are
always glad to welcome him to his old
home and to see that he has not
grown older with the pasisng years.
1918 Buick roadster, five good tires,
top, mechanically O. K. Price rignt.
Terms if desired. Spencer-Pedrick
Motor .Co. 10-tf
Monday a party will go to North
Lake Weir to enjoy' a week's house
party at the MefTert cottage.. They
are Marion Meffert. Mea Dozier, Gen Genevieve
evieve Genevieve and Emmie Miller Haile, Dor Dorothy
othy Dorothy Crawford and Cornelia Dozier.
Mrs. J. M. Meffert will chaperone this
party the first of the week and Mrs.
Crawford the latter part of the week.
Mrs. J. E. Chace, Margaret and
Richard Chace left yesterday after
noon for Lexington, Ky., where they
will visit the former's sister, Mr
Powell and family, after which they
will go to Lake Chautauqua for the
remainder of 'the summer.
. The Catholic church will give its an-i
nual picnic at Silver Springs Wed
nesday, June 15th. Everyone is cor
dially invited and requested to bring
well filled baskets. Games will be
participated in and prizes of interest
given for same.
Henry Jr. and Allen Cameron of
Columbus, Ga., are visitors in the city,
guests at the home of their aunt,
Mrs. N. T. Mitchell and family on
South Second street.
Mike and "Speck" Knight and Jim
Borland have joined Cranford Stand Stand-ley,
ley, Stand-ley, George Blowers, Harrington Hall
and James Knight at the Carney
grove on the lake and report a jolly
NOTICE OF SALE OF
SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS
Notice is hereby given that the
board of public instruction for Marion
county, Florida, will receive bids up
to 3 o'clock
July 4, 1921.
for the purchase of one or more of
the ten one thousand dollar bonds to be
issued by the Reddkk Special Tax
School District No. 6, Manon county,
Florida, said bonds bearing five per
cent interest, payable semi-annually,
maturing as follows:
One bond due and payable July 1st,
One bond due and payable July 1st,
One bond due and payable July 1st,
Three bonds due and payable July
Four bonds due and payable July
The board reserves the right to re reject
ject reject any and all bids. All comunica comunica-tions
tions comunica-tions should be addressed to H. G.
Shealy, Ocala, Fla.
By order of the Board of Public
Instruction, Marion county,' Fla, this
4th day of May, 1921.
27-tf H. G. Shealy, Secy.
If you smoke cigars why not get
the best? Ask for Garcia de Oro 10c
at all dealers. 5-tf
V ANTED. LOST, FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-ILAR
ILAR SIM-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FURNISHED ROOMS For rent.
Apply at 704 East Third street, cor corner
ner corner Sanchez street. 31-6t-dh
FOR RENT Furnished summer cot cottages
tages cottages on beautiful Lake Weir; reas reasonable
onable reasonable rates. Apply to" J. H. Jaco Jaco-by,
by, Jaco-by, Weirsdale Fla. 5-6t
WANTED Position' as stenographer
or typewriter. Good references.
Miss Hoyt Martin, Belleview, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 8-6t
FOR SALE Ford roadster, newly
painted, and engine in splendid con con-.
. con-. dition. Tires all good, three prac practically
tically practically new. $260 cash. George N.
LooneyBox 518. Ocala. 8-6t
FOR THE LADY WHO CARES
able to gire the very test hi ikia aaJCf
j scalp treatment, EtiaksJifig, shan-
The exact thing you want you will ; pooing, etc Electrolysis work "dyne
in all forms; also hair restoris Bait
a specialty. Phone 272, 112 Fort
avenue. The shop where the children
like to go. 27-tf
find at Hooper's Milady Beauty Par
lors. We are now equipped to furnish
you any line in cosmetics that you
are looking for. Our cosmetician is
TO THE PUBLIC
WANTED A rjoaitian in tnra Ton
years experience in general mer-j
chandise. Prefer position as soda
dispenser. Capable of managing
soda fountain. P. O. Box 4, Ocala,
FOR SALE One-ton Ford truck, cord
tires and two extra tires and rim.
Any reasonable offer. No. 447 Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha Ave. 10-3t
H A U L I N G Having .secured a
large truck1, I am now prepared to do,
moving and heavy hauling on short
notice. L. E. Cordrey. Phone 434. lm
WANTED Man witl car to call on
dealers with a lew 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
WANTED Nicely furnished rooms
for housekeeping. Must have all
modern convenience?. Address P.
O. Box 312," City. 14-3t
JOB WANTED As Cook or waiter
(colored); good reference. Call or
write S. D. Mitchell, 315 W. Adams
St., Ocala, Fla. 14-lt
FOR RENT OR SALE A six-room
house. Apply Jerry Burnett. 14-tf
TAKEN UP One Jersey heifer,
about two years old. J. H. Taylor
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms; gas and lights; to couple
without children. Address Rooms,
care Star. 14-tf
We have a few loads kindling for
sale at $1.25 per load, delivered. R.
H. Todd Lumber Co. 13-2t
To the Public: V
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,
the rush with which the goods are
disappearing would indicate that the
sale will close tfyen.
V, Wre ea V.
KINDT'S MUSIC STORE
Pianos and Organs Phonographs and Records
Sewing Machines and Supplies
Expert Repairing of Phonographs, Sewing Machines,
Organs and Pianos
CASH OR TERMS
Thank you for your patronage 306 N. MAGNOLIA ST.
"ejeLae a-a p- p p
TME CRESCENT GBOCEBY
7 NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET
PAY.. CASH ( GE?oUM ) PAY
SPECIAL THIS WEEK
KINGNUT XBatter Substitute)
35 cent value for 27c
SPECIAL THIS WEEK
J lb. can LIBBY'S APPLE BUTTER
30 cent talse for 2Zc
Some of our regular everyday economy prices I
Octagon Soap .07
Octagon Powder ...04
P. & G. White Soap . ...07
Bulk Ground Coffee .20
Meal and Grits 032
Campbells Soup ..... .12
Baby Size folk 07
Tall Size Milk. 14
12 lbs. Best Flour 80
24 lbs. Best Flour 10
Qoverbloom Better.. 8
Flavoring Extracts .15
White Bacon.... Wz
Compound Lard .12
Sib. pail Pure Lard'. .55
Bulk Peanut Butter ...25
Sweet hUxed Pickles 45
Fresh Eggs J30
No. 2 can Tomatoes .10
No. 2 can Corn .... .17
No. 2 can Salmon .15
Remember you get QUAUTY when trading Willi
us, at a cash saving to. you.. S3 orders or over
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