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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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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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EVENING

OCALA

A TrT

WEATHER FORECAST
Partly cloudy tonight and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, probably local showers Saturday
in south portion.
TEMPERATURES
This morning, 75.
This afternoon, 96.
VOL 21
OCALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY,-JUNE 17, 1921
NO. 143

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WINTER GARDEN
AGAIN WORSTED

Ocala Came Back in the Eighth and
Ninth and Took the Game by 4
to 3 from Winter Garden
. (By L. T. I.)
Yesterday afternoon the atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere was supercharged with excite excitement
ment excitement in and around Ocala by reason
of the closeness and uncertainty of
the game between Winter Garden and
the locals. At all stages of the game
no one was quite certain who was
going to win and the fans were kept
on pins and needles most of the time.
The Winter Garden boys brought quite
a number of fans with them and there
was hot and furious rooting on both
sides during the whole game. The
game was characterized by its whole wholesale
sale wholesale hitting and many errors. Both
teams made lots of bingles and some
costly ones, too.
Crocker, the visiting pitcher, fielded
his position with great ease, stopping
several that should have been labeled
clean hits. Pounds. Kirlen and Crock-,
er each made sensational catches for
the visitors while Fred Luffman up upheld
held upheld the honors for Ocala when he
threw himself full length on the
ground before a hot liner off Crocker's
bat and threw him out at first. Crock Crocker
er Crocker should have Fred arrested for
grand larceny for such a robbery a3
that. The hitting of Leavengood with
two singles and a double, Liddell with
two doubles and Pounds with a single
and a triple were features of the
game.
Another very pleasant feature of
the game that has received much fav favorable
orable favorable comment from those present
was the umpiring of C. A. Bouyer, of
Winter Garden. There was not the
least ripple of unpleasantness during
the game and the crowd enjoyed the
game so much more" than any other
we have staged or that very reason.
The game by innings:
First inning: Winter Garden went
up against a real pitcher yesterday
and they found it out in the first in
ning when Clements struck out three
men. Shanahan led off with a strike strikeout.
out. strikeout. Kindred got a two-bagger but
the next two batters, Pounds and
Bouyer each fanned the empty ether.
Ocala got two hits in her- half of the
first and it looked as tho the game was
going to start off democratic, but
Crocker showed that the G. O. P. still
had a little something to do with local
affairs. Liddell hit a fly to short who
chased back and stabbed it. from the
usual safety zone and disgusted Jim Jim-mie
mie Jim-mie Liddell by such ungentlemanly
conduct. Leavengood made up his
mind that no such fate should befall
him so he poled one out for a good
clean hit. Strickland failed to pay
attention to LiddelFs fate and tried
a fly to short but that Pounds boy
was there, not only in the first inning
but in every other round until the
ninth when Ocala did finally get one
by him. Wood came to the bat and
annexed unto himself a single. Brooks
retired the side when he sailed out a
long fly to Kirtan in center field.
Speaking of Kirlen," do you fans re remember
member remember that tall, blonde-headed boy
who played center for Tarpon? Well,
that's him. You understand now why
no hits were scored safe to"" center
field. That boy is a wonder.
Second inning: Donahoo led off for
the visitors and delighted the Ocala
fans by striking out. Kirlen drove a
fly to right field and the fielder drop dropped
ped dropped the ball. Tanner hit to short who
fumbled and both runners were safe.
Clements hit Wilson in the back and
filled the bases. Crocker singled and
scored Kirlen. Shanahan popped up a
fly to first in an attempted squeeze
play and Strickland doubled the run runner
ner runner but at third by pegging swiftly to
Luffman. Ocala was not to be out outdone
done outdone so they tied the score when they
came to the bat in the second. Din-
kins led off and secured an error
from the third baseman. Harris hit
to third again to see what luck he
would have but Bouyer had come back
to earth and forced Dinkins at sec second.
ond. second. Luffman singled, sending Har Harris
ris Harris to second. Clements struck out but
Liddel saved the day by doubling to
center field, scoring Harris. Leaven-
good flew ot to left. Winter Garden,
1, Ocala, 1.
Third inning: Winter Garden had
a good time this inning and their
rooters were wondering what manner
of team Ocala was supposed to have,
for truly we did take a balloon ascen ascension
sion ascension for a few minutes. Kindred led
off with a strike-out. Pounds pounded
out a "triple. Bouyer singled and
scored Pounds. Donahoo hit a Clem Clements
ents Clements .who missed it, fumbled it, sat
down and then recovered himself
quickly enough to throw Bouyer out
at second, kirlen singled, sending
Donahoo to second. Tanner singled,
scoring Donahoo. Wilson flew out to
left, retiring the side. It surely did

look like Clements was doomed to
have a bad day, but he steadied down
for the rest of the game and pitched
jam-up basebalL Ocala's didn't show
much form in her half of the third.
Strickland flew out to the invincible
Kirlen. Wood took another try at the
impregnable Pounds with the 'usual
result, out short to first. Brooks hit
a hot one that was advertised as a hit
through second but Shanahan hasten hastened
ed hastened his footsteps and got in front of
it but was sorry of his haste for the
pill caught him squarely in the bread
basket and when he threw to first he
didn't really throw to first but to the
automobiles along the first base line
and Brooks stood grinning at him
from second bas when he had the
heart to look around. Dinkins struck
out and all Brooks' running came to
naught. Winter Garden, 3, Ocala. 1.
Fourth inning: Ocala tightened the

adjustment and Winter Garden didn't 1
Iget a taste of first base this inning.
It was this inning that featured Luff Luff-man's
man's Luff-man's pretty catch. Winter Garden
was not to be distanced so they kept
our boys off first and strange to re relate,
late, relate, Crocker got revenge on Fred
Luffman for robbing him. Fred drove
one at Crocker, who made a mirac miraculous
ulous miraculous stop and threw Fred at at first.
Winter Garden, 3, Ocala, 1.
Fifth inning Pounds led off with
a single. Stole second, reached third
on a wild throw by Clements but died
there when the next three batters
flew out to pitcher, short and third.
Ocala had three men to go to the bat
and return shortly to the bench.
Sixth inning: Tanner led off for
the visitors and drew an error from
Wood. He reached second when Din Dinkins
kins Dinkins dropped a strike. He was ad advanced
vanced advanced to third by Wilson's sacrifice
but was caught asleep on third and
thrown out, Dinkins to Luffman.
Crocker struck out. Ocala woke up
in her half of the sixth and scored an another
other another run. Wood led off and went out,
short to first. Brooks didn't believe
that Pounds had the stuff so he tried
him with a fly and got educated to the
fact that Clyde Pounds was on the i
nob. "Dinkins poled one out. Harris
wasn't going to let Dink get ahead of
him so he also singled. Luffman fol followed
lowed followed suit with the third single and
scored Dinkins. Luffman tried to
stead second but Kindred belongs to
the Winter Garden police force and
captured him three feet before he got
to the deuce bag. Winter Garden, 3,
Ocala, 2.
Seventh inning: Shanahan struck
out- Kindred flew out to center.
Pounds drew an error from short.
Bouyer singled but Pounds tried to
stretch it too much and was thrown
out at third, Harris to Woods to Luff Luffman.
man. Luffman. Ocala lost a wonderful oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to tie the score in the seventh.
Clements fouled out to catcher. Lid Liddell
dell Liddell hit a long drive to center field
and rounded second in perfect safety
but Jimmie-like tried to make a
three-bagger out of it and was caught
a mile off third. Leavengood followed
with a long two-bagger that would
have scored Liddell if, but why
bother with the "ifs"?. Strickland
got hit by the pitcher. Wood hit to
short and Leavengood was caught go going
ing going to third.
Eighth inning: Donahoo led off with
a sinsrie. Kirlen hit to Clements ana
Donahoo was caught at second. Tan Tanner
ner Tanner and Wilson succumbed to the
hooks "from the mighty arm of Clem Clements.
ents. Clements. Ocala got the goat of the Win
ter Garden pitcher and infield this
round and added the the run that
evened up the score. Brooks drew
the only error Pounds made. Dinkins
singled. Harris singled, scoring
Brooks. Luffman hit to pitcher who
caught Harris at third. Clements
struck out. Liddell flew out to short.
Winter Garden, 3, Ocala, 3.
Ninth inning: Here is where ex excitement
citement excitement ran riot. Smelling salts and
hypo needles had to be used on all the
weaker-hearted fants. Winter Garden
didn't worry us at all in her half of
the ninth and then we came to bat de determined
termined determined to win the game without ex extra
tra extra innings. Leavengood led off with
a single. Strickland drew an error
out of Manager Walker, who had
taken second and benched Shanahan.
Wood hit an easy grounder to the
pitcher, who had three plays to make
with the ball but who had a severe
case of "wonder what'l ought to do"
and stood there holding the ball until
all the runners were safe and the
bases were filled. Ocala fans went
superlatively wild. Voices were ruined
for weeks to come. Many aren't able
to speak above a whisper today as a
result of this stirring moment. The
next man up. Brooks, fanned. Din Dinkins
kins Dinkins popped up a little fly to the
pitcher that the runners couldn't ad
vance on. Harris came to bat. Strike
one, strike two, ball one, ball two,
foul, strike two, bait three. Would
Crocker strike Harris out and make
himself famous by pulling out of
such a hole as he was struggling in?
Everybody held their breath and even
the rooting lulled for a moment.
Crocker walked up to meet the catch catcher
er catcher when he returned the ball to the
box. Harry Wood was taking a ter terrible
rible terrible lead off first. Crocker looked at

him and decided that rather than risk
Harris getting a hit he would try to
catch Wood off first and retire the
side. He threw the ball to first but
threw a little to the left of the first
baseman. The baseman threw himself
in front of the ball and caught it but
was out of balance and was unable-to
touch Wood. Of course, Leavengood
had crossed the plate by the time this
by-play was over and the game was
won.
The Box Score
Winter Garden AB R H PO A E
Shanahan, 2nd 4 0 0 2 1 1
Kindred, c 5 0 1 7 1 0
Pounds, ss 5 1 2 5 4 1
Bowyer, 3rd 4 0 2 3 1 1
Donohoo, 1st 4 1 1 5 0 0
Kerlin, cf 4 112 0 0
Tanner, rf 4 0 1 0 0 0
Wilson, If 2 0 0 1 1 0
Crocker, p ....4 0 1 1 3 1
Caruthers 1 0 0 0 0 0

Walker, 2nd in 0th.. 0 0 0 0 0 1
c
37 3 9 26 11 5
Ocala AB R II PO A E
Liddell; cf 5 0 2 2 0 0
Leavengood, 2nd ..5 1 3 2 0 0
Strickland, 1st 4 0 0 5 1 0
Wood, ss 5 0 112 4
Brooks, rf 5 1 0 0 0 1
Dinkins, c 5 1 2 11 2 1
Harris, If 4 12 110
Luffman, 3rd 4 0 2.4 1 0
Clements, p 4 0 0 1 2 0
41 4 12 27 9 6
Score by innings:
Winter Garden 012 000 0003
Ocala 010 001 0114
Summary: Three-base hit. Pounds;
two-base hits. Kindred, Liddell, 2,
Leavengood; stolen bases. Pound;
struck out by Crocker, 6, by Clements,
11; hit by pitcher, by Crocker, 1, by
Clements, 1; hits off Crocker, 12, off
Clements, 9; double play, Strickland
to Luffman. Umpire, C. A. Bouyer.
Time, 2:15. Attendance, 247 .whole
tickets, 16 half tickets. Scorer, L. T.
Izlar.
Everybody was pleased with the
game yesterday. It was good, close,
exciting and fast but above all it was
clean and entirely free from fussing
and fighting. The team should be in interested
terested interested to know that after the game
yesterday many fans expressed them themselves
selves themselves as enjoying the game more
than any other this esason, especially
becaues of the absolute freedom from
squabbles.
Lawtey plays Ocala here next week
three days Wednesday, Thursday
and" Friday. The reason for the three
games is that the railroad fare is high
and it will take the gate receipts from
three games to pay the expeenses of
the Lawtey team. They have a good
team and have been winning most of
their games. Some out in full force
and watch us break their winning
streak. x
OAK DEFEATED DUXNELLON
Oak, June 16. Dunnellon took a
licking today from the fast Arlo base baseball
ball baseball team, in a regular old fashioned
hitting bee. The Arlo boys snatched
victory from what appeared to be
sure defeat. When they went to bat
in the last half of the ninth the score
stood 7 to 3 in favor of Dunnellon, but
the Arlo boys staged a rally and, oh,
boy, what a rally it was. They scored
four runs with nobody down, the final
score being 8 to 7 in favor of Oak.
Smith, Seiler and Franklin led the
hitters, Smith and Seiler getting
three hits out of four times at bat
and Franklin contributing a two-base
hit. Dukes at short for Dunnellon
was the outstanding star in the field.
Luffman pitching for Oak pitched a
fine game but errors behind him were
responsible for the large score. Tur Tur-nipseed
nipseed Tur-nipseed who started for Dunnellon was
batted out of the box in the ninth, and
was replaced by Bell, but he fared no
better. Batteries: For Oak, Luffman
and Riles; for Dunnellon, Turnipseed,
Bell and Bryan.
BEE CULTURE WOULD
PROFITABLE FOR FARMERS
Gainesville, June 17. The College
of Agriculture of the University of
Florida is urging Florida farmers to
investigate bee culture, declaring that
any farmer who owns and cares for
bees does not get "stung." The sun sunshine
shine sunshine and flowers of the state make it
possible for bees to produce large
quantities of honey, the average for
Florida bees some years ago being 86
pounds to the colony or almost twice
the average produced in any state in
the country. The bees serve a good
purpose in addition to the production
of useful food inasmuch as they care
for the proper pollination of fruit
trees by carrying fertilizing pollen
from flower to flower.
Don't Buy a
Sewing Machine
THIS WEEK
Look For Our
ANNOUNCEMENT
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1101', MR. HARDING

R NERVE
Greeks Play the Same Game that
Caused War in 1812, Betweem
America and Great Britain
Associated Press)
Smyrna, June 17. American citi citizens
zens citizens are being pressed into the Greek
army by agents of the Athens govern government
ment government and George Horton, United
States consul general here, has made
a vigorous protest to the governor
geenral against a continuance of the
practice. For many months Ameri Americans,
cans, Americans, even the men who served in the
army in France, have been taken for forcibly
cibly forcibly from their homes or from ves vessels
sels vessels arriving from the United States
and compelled to join the Greek
forces.
AMERICAN FEDERATION
OF LABOR AGAINST
JAPANESE IMMIGRATION
(Associated Press)
Denver, June 17. A demand that
Congress take action to protect the
nation's interest against the "grow "growing
ing "growing menace of Japanese immigration
and colonization" was made in a reso resolution
lution resolution submitted today to the annual
convention of the American Federa Federation
tion Federation of Labor.
WE'D HATE TO LIVE
IN NEW YORK
(Associated Press)
New York, June 17. One man was
killed, three others wounded and two
women sitting on the curbing were
struck by stray bullets during a furi furious
ous furious pistol battle in Schiff parkway
last night between rival East Side
gunmen.
JACK JOHNSON WILL SOON
BE BACK ON THE JOB
(Associated Press)
Leavenworth, June 17. Jack John Johnson,
son, Johnson, who will be released from federal
prison here July 7th, has been offered
$55,000 to meet Harry Wills at Jersey
City August 9th. Johnson's first pub public
lic public appearance in the ring after his
release will be at the athletic show in
Leavenworth, July 9th.
AUSTIN CHAMBERLAIN
SAYS BRITISH WILL NOT
ACT AGAINST AMERICA
(Associated Pr-s)
London, June 17. Austin Chamber Chamberlain,
lain, Chamberlain, government leader in the house
of commons, declared in the house
this afternoon regarding renewal of
the Anglo-Japanese treaty, that "Al "Although
though "Although I do not in any way wish to
prejudge action of the imperial con conference,
ference, conference, it is right to say at once we
shall be no party to any allegiance
directed against America under which
we can be called upon to act against
America."
IRKSOME TO MINERS
TO WORK AGAIN
i Associated Press)
London, June 17 The ballot of coal
miners on the question of a strike
settlement favors a continuance of the
strike it was officially announced to to-day.
day. to-day. FIFTEEN MINUTES
TO STRANGLE FELIX
(Associated Press)
New Orleans, July 17. Felix Bir Bir-biglia,
biglia, Bir-biglia, sentenced to be hanged for
murder, was alive 15 minutes after
the trap was sprung this afternoon.
He was heard to murmur "God have
mercy upon my soul." When news that
the execution apparently had failed
reached the crowd outside the prison,
the prison gate was broken down and
police reserves had to be called to hold
back the throng. Birbiglia was pro pronounced
nounced pronounced dead at 12:30.
DAVIDSON DISAPPEARED
Seems Like It was Time He Made
Himself Scarce
f Associated Press)
Memphis, July 17- W. A. Camp Campbell
bell Campbell and v.ife were shot and killed at
their home here today as the result of
a quarrel between Campbell and
Noble Davidson, a newspaper em employe,
ploye, employe, which followed a protest by
Campbell on account of the noise made
by Davidson early today in moving
about the dwelling where the two
families had apartments. Davidson
disappeared after the shooting.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
15 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other, groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 877.
tf H. B, WHTTTINGTON.

H

FILIPINOS SPENT

ALL THEIR FUNDS
Island Government Most Double Its
Debt ia Order to Finally
Emerge
(Associated Press)
Washington, July 17. The Philip Philip-pian
pian Philip-pian government is facing bankrupt bankruptcy,
cy, bankruptcy, Major General Leonard Wood and
former Governor General Forbes de declare
clare declare in a cablegram transmitted to today
day today to Congress by Secretary Weeks,
who asked immediate action -on the
bill authorizing the island govern government
ment government to increase its limit of indebted indebtedness
ness indebtedness from ?I5CK)6,000 to $30,000,000.
HELP TRY TO BRING
niM BACK TO HEALTH
On the upper veranda of the house
at 413 East Eighth street, on the
north side of the street, and next
west of the high school, lies a sick
soldier, a boy who contracted tubercu tuberculosis
losis tuberculosis while serving his country during
the great war. He hasja chance to
live. The government is doing all it
can for him the city government of
Ocala is also helping, and he makes
new friends daily. But he has a
bunch of enemies careless people
who seem willing to push his hands
from their last hold.
They ai-e people who drive autos
full speed and sometimes with cut cutouts
outs cutouts open in front of the house, shat shattering
tering shattering his rest with the noise and
raising a dust that is-torture to his
wasted lungs.
The city is sprinkling the street in
front of his home; it asks auto driv drivers
ers drivers to go by slowly end without noise.
It is mighty little to ask of them.
Be careful when you drive on East
Eighth street. Be quiet and go slow.
You should' be glad to do everything
in your power to make these long hot
days more easy for the sick soldier.
If you are not, it's against the law
to drive with open cutouts and you
may fetch up suddenly in Henry Gor Gordon's
don's Gordon's jail.
OPPOSED TO ANY
MORE YAP INCIDENTS
(Associated Press)
Paris, June 17. Dr. Gaston da
Gunha, president of the league of na nations
tions nations council, has addressed identical
notes to the prime ministers of
France, Great Britain, Italy and Ja Japan,
pan, Japan, regarding the urgency of having
the approval of the United States be before
fore before decisions can be taken on man mandates
dates mandates for the former German colonies.
ARE CARRYING THE
WAR INTO ENGLAND
t Associated Press)
London, July 17. A campaign of
widespread cutting of railway and
signal wires and burning of signal
cabins around London, attended by
violence against the 'signal men, was
carried out !st night by men who the
police declared are Sinn Feiners and
members of the Irish Self-JJeterraina-tion
League. Nine men were arrested.
POOR PEOPLE CAN FILL
THEIR SWEET TEETH
(Associated Press)
New York, June 17 The Federal
Sugar Refining Company today reduc
ed by 15 points the price for fine gran granulated"
ulated" granulated" sugar to the basis of 5.06 cents
a pound.
TO PROTECT DEER
AND TURKEYS
Editor Star: You will notice ou
page 48, Senate Journal, of June 3rd,
which I am sending you today that
Mr. Hunter and 1 were successful in
getting Lake county's bill on closed
season for- deer and turkey amended
to include Marion county, east of the
Oklawaha river.
This closes the season on deer and
turkey for two years and will protect
them on account of the scrub being
burned. I trust -that this will meet
the approval of our real sportsmen
and those that are now taking ad advantage
vantage advantage of the game and killing same
will stop and let our deer and turkeys
increase, which will make hunting
much better two years hence.
Yours very truly,
Nathan Mayo.
Summerfield, Fla June 16.
HEMSTITCHING
There is a hemstitching expert in
the Singer Sewing Machine Company's
office in Ocala, at 317 North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street, where all work of this kind,
including picoting, is turned out on
short notice, and every niece is guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Why send your work of this
nature out of town? Mail orders re receive
ceive receive prompt attention.
8-t Singer Sewing Machine Co.

CHARGE CHANGED

. TO COIISPICf
3Ien Accused of Beating .Milton Face
a Preliminary Trial and Possible
Indictment by Grand Jury
Lee Bostick, the last of the seven
men accused of assailing Milton, sur
rendered to the sheriff this moraine?
and a hearing was given to all in
Judge Futch's court.
Bostick made a confession, but the
nature of it is known only to the
prosecuting attorney. The accused
men were released on the assault and
battery charge and immediately re
arrested on the charge of conspiracy.
Each gave bail in the amount of $500.
They will have a preliminary hearing
before the circuit judge July 1. If the
judge decides to bold any or all of
them, they will be bound over to await
the action of the. grand jury.
THE PROFESSOR'S "DISCOVERY"
Professor Snaith entered thV dining
room with shining, eye and a beam beaming
ing beaming smile; be seemed at peace with
himself and aU the world. His wife,
who had already taken her teat at
the table, looked at him In surprise.
"Why, Alfred l" she exclaimed. "Yon
look as happy as a boy. What has
happened to you?"
"Margaret." announced her hus husband.
band. husband. -I have made a discovery which
will revolutionize the practice of sur surgery."
gery." surgery." "Now what do you know about
turgery, Alfred?" asked his wife quiz quizzically.
zically. quizzically. -It will be like your per perpetual
petual perpetual motion machine, which wax
going to run for ever only yon forgot
to provide a method of starting it."
"I own. Matilda, that yon have have-hum
hum have-hum logic on your aide In regard to
that ha matter," answered the pro professor,
fessor, professor, looking at his wife benlgnantly
over his spectacles. Bat in this case
I have actually tested my Invention
upon myself, not once, but many
times."
"Well, don't forget your soup, Al Alfred,"
fred," Alfred," answered Matilda Snaith. "And
after dlaner Is over yon shall tell me
all about it
"It Is already a most remarkable
alscovery, my dear." began the pro professor,
fessor, professor, when the meal waa ended. "It
Is nothing less than a new anesthetic.
I have discovered a method of Induc Inducing
ing Inducing artificial anesthesia by an entirely
harmless component prepared by the
trituration and ha chemical prepa preparation
ration preparation of a drupe, or rather hum hum-berry,
berry, hum-berry, which I have discovered grow growing.
ing. growing. In certain waste places."
Matilda Snaith listened with In Increasing
creasing Increasing enthusiasm to her husband's
exposition of his discovery. In spite
of a tendency to the discovery of the
commonplace, and an absent-mindedness
which was nothing abort of phe phenomenal.
nomenal. phenomenal. Alfred Snaith. la his lonely
bungalow situated at the edge of the
Maine forests, had really given the
world some- astonishing discoveries.
Now. that he bad turned his attention
to introducing an Improved method
of anesthesia she was sure that he
had. really discovered something
which would make bis name remem remembered
bered remembered by a grateful posterity.
During the next few days Profes Professor
sor Professor Snaith remained secluded In his
laboratory.
"My dear." he announced one morn morning.
ing. morning. "Dr. Rupert Griggs, the famous
surgeon, is to pay us a visit tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning."
Doetor Griggs was scheduled to ar arrive
rive arrive on the 11 o'clock train the next
morning. When the hired man had
harnessed the pony to the buggy Ma Matilda
tilda Matilda Snaith knocked at her husband's
door.
"Are yon coming. Alfred?" she
called ; but there was no answer.
"Dear Alfred." she mused. "He Is
so absorbed In bis work well, IH
drive down to meet Doctor Griggs
alone. He will understand he knows
Alfred."
And. picturing her clever husband
absorbed in bis work, so that he was
unconscious of all external stimuli,
she drove down to the station, and
drove back an hour later, with the
learned Doctor Griggs at her side a
tall, spare man with a black, bushy
beard, his six feet of longitude with
difficulty stowed away in the vehicle.
They got out of the buggy, entered
the house, and ascended the stairs.
Outside her husband's door Matilda
Snaith paused Irresolute.
"It la hard to arouse Mas, doctor,
when he Is engaged In his work," she
said. "Perhaps you had better knock;
your knuckles are stronger."
Doctor Griggs stepped forward and
beat a tattoo upon the door. "Ifs L
professor," he called. "Open I Open,
I say! Snaith I Snaith! Snaith I"
"Perhaps he has met with an ac accident."
cident." accident." ald (Mrs. Snaith uneasily.
"Oh. If he has taken too much of
the anesthetic! We must areue
hlmr
Doctor Griggs ent the door flying
Inward.
Professor Snaith lay fin conscious
upon the f! ".
Doctor Griggs stooped over the un unconscious
conscious unconscious man. He was breathing
stentorlously. Beside him lay an
empty viaL "Doctor Griggs picked It
up and sniffed at It Then be turned
to the lady, smiling.
-Not dead, but sleeping." ha said
softly. Madam, your distinguished
husband has Invented blackberry
brandy."!
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Increase your sales. JLdvertha.

WW. ROW
MELON SEAS
Closed Today, with Shipments Total-
rag 3042 Cars at Good. Prices.
Another Thousand to Go Oat
The watermelon season for Central
Florida virtually came to a close to
day when Mr. M, S. Wiggins of the
P. S. Bureau of Markets closed hi of
fice in the Board of Trade room. The
total watermelon shipment from Flor Florida
ida Florida this season to date had been 3042
cars as against 1797 cars up to the
same date last year. There are some.
thing like 1000 cars yet to be shipped
out of the state. Mr. Wiggins is leav leaving
ing leaving today for Thomasville, Ga, to
handle the market reDorts for Geor
gia and North Florida. Watermelons
have brought exceptionally rood
prices this season.
BLUE SPRINGS A
-. PLEASANT RESORT
Blue Springs n .-ar Juliette, in this
county, is fast becoming a popular
resort for bathers and picnickers. New
bath houses, a dock and a spring
board have been built by Mr. E. E.
Hemphill, at Juliette, and many are
taking advantage of the fact. Bathing
suits may be rented at the bath house.
Blue Springs being near Dunnellon af affords
fords affords the people of that place a place
for recreation, and there are good
crowds at the springs on Thursday
afternoons and Sundays especially.
Blue Springs are the second larg largest
est largest springs in the United States. They
are most conveniently reached frcm
Ocala by way of Dunnellon. They can
be reached by way of the Atlantic
Coast Line railroad, the schedule on
which is such that the trip to Blue
Springs and back can be made in the
same day.
ELECTRA
Electra, June 16. The farmers of
Electra are wishing for a rain. We
have been having some real hot
weather the past few days.
Rev. Humphries of the Christian
church, preached Sunday and Sunday
evening to a large crowd and every
one enjoyed his sermons.
Mr. J. C. Pillans and son, Charles
Pillans are leaving Friday, June 17th,
for a two weeks vacation. They are
going to visit Washington, D. C, and
other points of interest in the north
before returning. Friends hope to
see Mr. Pillans very much Improved
in health on his return.
Mr. Tobe Caldwell is very ill again.
His friends hope to see him out again
soon.
The friends of Mr. Ozzie Ilalford
are glad to see him improving so fast
and hope to see him up in a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mock were given
a surprise party last Saturday night
by Mr. B. B. Fletcher and Mr. Charles
Mock. Everybody had a nice timo
and enjoyed themselves very much
Ice cream and cake were served and
all enjoyed it very much and hope to
have another soon. Present were Mr.
A. J. Holton and Mr. and Mrs. Fletch Fletcher,
er, Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. MeKey and a
few other friends.
Mr. A. J. Holton is over near
Weirsdale doing some work.
Mrs. J. M- Mock and Mrs. D. E. Me MeKey
Key MeKey were callers on Mr. R. A. Hal Hal-ford
ford Hal-ford Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Fletcher and
Charles Mock were callers on Mr. and
Mrs. Wise of Heather Island Jast Sun
day afternoon.
FORT 3IcCOY
Fort McCoy, June 16 Mr. and, Mrs.
Charles Williams and children, Men Men-tho
tho Men-tho Lee, Doris and Donald spent Mon Monday
day Monday night at the home of Mrs. Will
iams parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Stevens. Mrs. Stevens accompanied
her daughter home.
The remains of Ira B. Waldron, a
Fort McCoy soldier, whose body waa
shipped from France, were laid to
rest in the Fort McCoy cemetery Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday.
After the ball game Thursday be between
tween between Citra and Fort McCoy, the boys
fravo a rhifken sunner on Silver Lake.
the menu consisting of chicken purlo,
olives, pickles, lightbread and several
home made "cakes. The ball game
was well attended and also the purlo
supper. The boys expect to go to An Anthony
thony Anthony to play Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Madden and
children have moved to Fort McCoy
from Citra.
Misi Iva Lou Madden of this place)
was married to Mr. Raymond Boyd
of Citra, Tuesday, June 14th, in the
courthouse at Ocala. The bride wore
a suit of French white organdy trim trimmed
med trimmed in lace with accessories to match.
Their many friends extend congratu congratulations
lations congratulations and best wishes.
Just received, shipment of THOM THOMSON'S
SON'S THOMSON'S GLOVE-FITTING CORSETS.
FISHEL'S. 2-Jt



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a framed-up trial of Harry Borland
by disgruntled Rotes, who he has fined

cigars from time to time, but only Orange Lake, June 15 Our little

moderately, and just enough to keep town became a ripple of excitement
himself in smokes. A true bill would when it was known that a mysterious
say: Now came Hugh "Henry, aided car had been driven in and later was

and abetted by Fred Hocker, and by! seen going in the direction of Gaines-

virtue of one huge horsepistol, car-1 vHle. At the rectory at 5 p. m. Re.

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Fellows. The members of the local
lodge win attend service at the Tem Temple,
ple, Temple, where the Methodists are now
gathering for church and Sunday

ried by Doc Henry's grandfather in J John Conley spoke the sacred words school, and listen to a sermon from

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the revolutionary war, and slightly that united -Miss Frances Theresa
out of use as a gun, but a fearsome Hoy and Mr. William Ferdinand
veapon as a club, did overawe the Runge in marriage. Present at the
c mgregation and take Harry Bor- ceremony were the bride's mother,
land from the midst of his friends, Mrs. J. P. Hoy, her two sisters, Mrs.
and consign him to a dangersome spot Mary Mickler and Miss Ellen Hoy and
on deck' wherefrom his only escape Miss Gladys Burry.
was to fall overboard and spoil his The bride was lovely in her wedding
only summer suit. The said Henry gown of blue georgette crepe. She

and Hocker, acting in collusion, did I is the youngest daughter of Mrs. J. P.

then deputize John Edwards and load I Hoy and is a charming and popular

him down with the gun, with injunc- j young lady.

tion to use it on any one who might J Mr. Runge is a resident of Sanford,
protest against the illegality of thelwher he holds a responsible railroad

proceedings. They did then without I position.

warrant of law place upon the bench! After spending a short while with
on prejudiced judge, namely George I friends and relatives here they will

MacKay, and impanelled a picked J make their home in Sanford, where a

jury picked from a pickle orchard. I cozy bungalow awaits them. The
The defendant being impecunious the I best wishes of their many friends go

court appointed to defend him one R. J with them for a long and happy life.

S. Rogers, who is hardly able to de defend
fend defend himself. The indictment was
framed from the Code Catts, and al-

eged misfeasance, malfeasance, sins

of omission and commission and gen

eral cussedness.

OCALA AND ORLANDO

THEATER PARTY

To v vv f v uiicr.

The members of the lodge are re

quested to be at the lodge room not

ater than 10:45, to march to the

Temple. Immediately after the serv

ices, the graves of the departed Odd

Fellows in the two cemeteries will be

ecorated.

All members of the lodge are re

quested to furnish flowers, and dona

tions of flowers from their friends

will be. welcome. The committee for
Greenwood is C. V. Roberts, Barney

Spencer and W. L. Colbert. For Ever- J
green, D. E. Mdver, Sam Pyles and

Mr. Smith. All who have flowers to
give will please notify one of these

gentlemen.

MEETING SATURDAY
TO DISCUSS DAIRY AND
CREAMERY DEVELOPMENT

.If the Rotary Clubs of the Central

City and the Phenomenal City have
their way, the two aforesaid fine
towns will ever be linked in brotherly

kindness and work for the general

good of the state, and what they can
- do together will be many times what
they can do as two and make- all
Wit 1 .

r loriaa iook toward them with re

spect.

The Ocala Rotes had their annual
picnic yesterday, and decided to take

it on the Silver and Oklawaha rivers

1 hey invited the Orlando .Rotes to

come over and be their guests, and the

invitation was responded to thirty or

forty strong. The entire force gather-

. ed at Silver Springs late in the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and at 5 o'clock boarded two

of Ed Carmichael's cruisers, the City

; of Ocala and the Silver Springs. Both

are good passenger boats, but they

were pretty well crowded when ,al

hands and the cook were aboard.

. The run down stream to the picnic

ground, twenty-two miles, was made

irt about two hours. This trip is al

ways enjoyable, even to those who

have made it often and was doubly

and trebly pleasant to the guests. On

lining up the people to go aboard

. President Borland of the Ocala club
committed each Orlandoite to two
Ocalans. The Ocalan to port was to
tell the Orlandoite all the stories
about Silver Springs and the Ocalan
to starboard was to introduce his

. Orlando friend to all the Ocala ladies
he liked the looks of. This worked
well, only Ocalans don't know any
stories about Silver Springs, but they
made it up on other topics. ;
It had been a broiling hot day, and
. the change from hot, dusty, land to
the cool, smooth-flowing river was
grateful to all. The little squadron
began to move at the very hour when
the sun had slid far enough down for
, the tree-tops to furnish a screen
against its. rays, while the steady
: breeze lifted from the cool water by
. the motion of the boats was delicious
to those whom the heatwave of sum sum-.
. sum-. mer had submerged all day.
Supper was served at Osceola's last
battlefield," to which for awhile the
Oklawaha's prose poet held the liquid
name of "Los Kiss." It's not certain
that Osceola or a battle were ever
there, but it would have been a bully
place for the bunch which didn't
have its backs to the river. It's even
. better for a picnic supper. The viands
were brought along in paper boxes,
.each containing. a dainty, substantial
and generous ration. When this was
. consumed, there was ice cream galore,
. aria" then some more. Nobody had
anything on his hip, but there was
, ke water enough to swim in.
After supper, the crowd gathered
on the upper decks of the two boats
as they lay side by side, forming a
good auditorium, and speeches were
made and cigars were smoked, and a
generally sociable hour was spent.
. The only blot on the landscape waa

MICKIE SAYS
OF TO "flV OV4-VCVSED

Yesterday afternoon in honor of

her granddaughter, Alice Bullock Mil-

At this point, the I ler of Tampa, Mrs. W. S. Bullock en-

sheriff succumbed to the disgrace orltertained about eighteen playmates

the weight of the gun, but the pros-1 of the little honoree at a moving pic-

ecuting attorney overawed an inno-1 ture party. After witnessing the pic-

cent bystander to bring him a chair. I tures Mrs. Bullock and her guests

The evidence was feeble, irrelevant went to Troxler's where refreshments

and obviously prejudiced, but the were served after which they went to
court ruled it in. The prosecuting the home of the hostess and all sorts
attorney made a speech that moved of merry games were indulged. An
Albert Gerig to tears. About the only automobile ride concluded the after-

thing that can make Albert cry is dis- noon's entertainment. The following

harmony. The defendant s lawyer I were those present: Alice B. Miller,

replied to the extent of his ability, but J Anita Chazal, Dorothy and Marion
Cicero would have had no chance be-1 Warkley, Dorothy Adams, Delzell

fore that jury. The defendant was Pasteur, Lucretia Hocker, Mary Shep-

therefore convicted and the court ruled hard, Leonora Taylor, Adelaide Du-

he should be examined for mentality val, Nellie Wallis, Emeline Blalock of

bv all the doctors in town, and will Madison, Helen Watt, Elizabeth Dick-

receive his sentence next Tuesday, son, Laurie Hampton, Kathleen and

A short special meeting of all!
farmers and business men who are at
all interested in the development of
this section as a dairy center, and in
the organization of a creamery will

be held in the Board of Trade room

Saturday afternoon. This meeting
will be called to order promptly at

3:30 and will last thirty minutes. It

is preliminary to the four meetings
to be held in the county next week.

Reports will be received from the

citizens who went to Brooksville Wed

nesday. Be on time, stay the half

hour that's all.

We see his finish.

The picnic ended with a long,
smooth glide upHhe water grade for
home. The boats turned on their
searchlights, which brought out the
shimmering surface of the river and
embowered shores in strong relief.

Alice Scott of
I Beatrice Holmes.

Birmingham and

CARD OF THANKS

Look in This Paper June 18th
For Our Announcement
SEWING MACHINE SALE
UNIQUE
Very Easy Terms
Have You Got 10 Cents?
THEUS BROS.

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THE first thing you
want in foods and the
all important thing is purity. Cost
taste everything else is of
minor consideration.
Foods should be nourishing.
That's what they are for to build
up strong, sturdy bodies.
Calumet Baking Powder is
pure in the can. It is made in the
largest, cleanest, most modern
Baking Powder Factories on earth
only of such ingredients as have
been officially endorsed by United
States Food Authorities.

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We wish to thank our many friends

for the beautiful floral offerings,

Then the moon came overhead and I words of sympathy and many deeds of

the lights went off and as the boats J kindness at the time of the funeral
pushed their prows thru the water, I for the remains returned from France

throwing it back in broad and glit- j of our beloved soldier son and brother,

tering silver wakes, the people sang Ira B. Waldron.

or talked or watched the panorama of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Waldron.
the shores until the little armada D. R. Waldron.
rounded into the broad basin of the Bailey Waldron.
springs and laid up against the dock. Miss Donnie Waldron.
The following persons from Ocala Mrs. R. L. Geiger.

eniov the trip: Mr. and Mrs. Harry I Mrs. A. E. Guann

Borland, Louis H. Chazal, Miss Onie

Chazal, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Clark, ANTHONY TOOK GAME

Miss Adele Bittinger. Mr. and Mrs. FROM FORT McCOY

H. A. Davies, Mrs. Caroline Moorhead,

Mr. John L. Edwards, Miss Ava Leel Anthony, June 16. Anthony cross-

Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gary ed bats with Fort McCoy yesterday,
and three children, Mr. and Mrs. A. Brown pitched a good game for An An-E.
E. An-E. Gerig, Dr. H. W. Henry, Miss Blair thony and Harold Smith of Ocala,
Woodrow, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick caught him. Smith got two home runs.
Hocker, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Johnson, The score was fourteen to five in fa-

Miss Rebecca Gist, Mr. W. M. Gist, vor of Anthony

Mrs. Milby Lloyd, Mr. Frank H.

Logan, Mr. and Mrs. George MacKay, No use to worry over making
Miss Annie MacKay, Mr. and Mrs. desserts these warm days when you
Philip G. Murphy, Mr. Seymour, Rev. can get Danish Pastry made fresh

and Mrs. John J. Neighbour, Mr. Ed- every morning at the Federal Bak-

win Gernant. Mr. and Mrs. Walter ery. 14-t

Freer, Mr. Ben Rheinauer, Mr. and

Mrs. R. S. Rogers, Mr. C. G. Rose, Mr. In order to make room for our La La-J.
J. La-J. M. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. dies' midsummer HATS we are abso-

Scott, Miss Mamie Taylor, Mr. and lutely sacrificing our SPRING HATS.

Mrs. C. E. Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. ituL, H. z-3t

Paul Simmons, Miss Elizabeth Hock-

or Mr onI Tr -TnVin Tnvlmv Dr anrl

Mrs. Laurie Scott, Mr. James Taylor,

The
Russell
Blunt
A Handmade
Product of
Quality
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We claim this is
the old reliable
nickel cigar back
home again.

TRY ONE
AND SEE

B.F.
Russell
Manufacturer
120 5. Main St.
Ocala,' Florida

If s pure in the baking. Cal Calumet
umet Calumet never fails to produce the
sweetest and most palatable of
nourkhing f odds.
It has more than the ordinary
leavening strength. You use less
of it That's one reason it is the
most economical of all leaveners.
Another reason is it is sold
at a moderate price you save
when you buy it
It is important that you use only
straight wheat flour (not self-rising
flour) and pure baking powder if you
wish to obtain the gluten demanded
by sound health.

WafTU,

2Vi cups sifted past past-ry
ry past-ry flour, 3 level tea teaspoons
spoons teaspoons Calumet
Baking Powder, 4
teaspoon salt. 1 Vjt
cups milk, 1 table tablespoon
spoon tablespoon sugar, 2 1 able
spoons melted bat batter,
ter, batter, 2 eggs beaten
separately. The a
mix in the regular
way.

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Mr. and Mrs. Allison Wartmann, Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. Waterman, Mr. and
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, Mr. and Mrs.
C. S, Cullen, Mr. J. H. Benjamin.
Following are the name sof the Or Orlando
lando Orlando contingent: S. K.' Guernsey,
J. P. Holbrook, Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Branch Jr., Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Det Det-wyler,
wyler, Det-wyler, Judge CO. Andrews, Mr. and
Mrs. Coite Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ken Ken-yon,
yon, Ken-yon, Mr. and Mrs. S. Y. Way, Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Rose, Mr. and Mrs.
E. G. Hauselt, Mr. and Mrs. Nixon
Butt, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bumby,

TO THE PUBLIC

(Concluded on Fourth Page)

Buy a Razor for
Less Than The
Price of a Shave

DURHAM-DUPLEX
Razor and Blade
15 CENTS
COURT PHARMACY

SASH

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Geo. MacKay S Co.
Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

Your competitor advertises. Do you.

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 then.

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Miss'Karen Helvorson's special demonstration of
Omega Flour is here TODAY and TOMORROW.
Be sure to visit this demonstration, and get FREE
of charge recipes for Angel Food Cake, Doughnuts and
Biscuits.
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15 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
jrcth a dollar's worth of ether groe groe-ries
ries groe-ries for cash, Saturday and Monday
rly. Pnone 877.
wky-tf h, b. wnrrnNGTON.
attractive ads. pay big dividends.

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 yon want.
Dinner 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. Owned
and operated by 100 Americans, tf

1 VOILES reduced to 65 cents at
FISHEIS- 2-3t

L. ALEXANDER.
PRACTICAL CONTltACTOH
AND BUILDI2 r
Careful estimates cade on ad cos cos-tract
tract cos-tract work. Gives moru and bttir

work for the money thin any ether f
contractor ia the city.



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SOMETHING ABOUT CATTLE
RAISERS OF THE STATE

Surveys
Highways

Plats
Drainage

Reports
Phosphate

Capt. Edward DraL ia aaaociated
with, us and in charge of our Phoa Phoa-phate
phate Phoa-phate Mine and Plant Department.

Olllces, 33-34 Holder Bldg.
OCALA, FXORIDA

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Phone No. 543

armcrs iiixceaimee

will sell you and deliver

Five gallons kerosene. .'.90c
Lard Compound ........ 12c
Pure Lard 2 lbs. for. . . 35c
White Bacon, per lb... .17 Vi
Smoked Bacon Squares 22Vic
Smoked Country Hams.. 38c
Octagon Soap 8c 3 Ck for 21e
Export Borax Soap 1 doz 55c
Cherry Beil Flour 24 lbs $1.55
Cherry Bell Flour 12 lbs 80c
W. Baker's Cocoa K 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
Evaporated Milk, tall.. ..15c
Evaporated Milk, small ... 7c
Uneeda Biscuits, and all
10c. pkgs. 8c. 3 for 22c

All former 20c. pkgs....l5e
Cloverbloom Butter 2 lbs 75c
Three Argo Starch ..... 20c
One doz. Argo Starch... 95c
Evaporated peaches, lb.. 15c
Prunes, per lb. ......... .20c
Qt. jars Honey 65c
Qt. cans or bot. Syrup .30c
Pint cans Syrup. ....... .15c
Syrup drawn from
barrel, per gal.. 75c
Cheese per lb .25c
Firestone Tires, 30x3. $10.95
Firestone Tires, 30x3 13.95
Grey Tubes, 30x3 .$2.15
Grey Tubes, 30x3 ... .$2.55
Re3 Tubes 30x3 .. $2.65
Red Tubes, 30x3. $3.10-

FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE

Merchants Block

Phone 163

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feet the closing of the packing plant

will have. It is an established fact
that Armour has influenced prices

both to the raiser and to the consnm

er. Locally the Armour prices have

been from one-fourth to one cent less

on cattle gross than the local mar

kets, and from one cent to five cents

less on net meats."

Mr. Summerlin was asked if the

total eradication of the tick in the
state would not have a tendency U

bring better maVkets for stock be

cause of the fact that the last market,

Louisiana, was closed, and was also

asked if the growers could stand the

gaff of holding their stock for an ex

tended time.- He said:

'I think I am safe in saying that

nearly every cattle raiser is in a posi

tion to hold his stock until there shall

be a better market. All of them have

so expressed themselves. You must

remember that we still have Jackson

ville, Tampa, Miami. Key West and

many other local centers to consume

our finished product. These places

consumed our product before Armour

came to Jacksonville. Let us sup

pose, and, not without reason, that
the packers will control prices in

those centers as well as in surround

ing points, say ior tne next six

IA4U.. .nk.'.k ..,1.J k. A.

stock. The membership is being add- ".""" "a
ed to constantly-for it is the desire ntfr mths Wh e..r grttiajf

f Wo nf th navia. low In 'n Darrei. "s mgn-waier

1 1.. : x

tint. Mi TiamP of ovprv man in the "C4 8en

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state owning stock in large or small ".p "?nt upon ""e peopie a re

numbers.

(Kissimmee Valley Gazette)
The annual meeting of the execu

tive committee of the Florida Cattle

Raisers' Association will be held in
Kissimmee at the office of the secre secretary,
tary, secretary, S .Summerlin, on next Monday,
and it is expected that the entire
thirteen members, together with the
president, who are members ex-ofEcio,

will be present in Kissimmee at that
time.

The growth of this association is

something which was hardly reckoned

at the outset. When the association

was formed, at Orlando, in 1919, there

were 31 members; and while it was

contemplated tnere would be a con considerable
siderable considerable increase in the roster of

membership there was no one who
considered for a moment that at this

time there would be more than 700

names of men affiliating, paying dues
and taking an actice interest in all

the proceedings of the body! Yet such

is a fact.

The executive committee which will

meet in Kissimmee on Monday repre

sents more than 700 cattle raisers,

and those men control among them

selves more than 250.000 head of

RAILROAD

SCHEDLlES

Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNIDV STATinv

The following schedule figures pub

lished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTfork 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 NTork-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 IL R.
Leatr Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am StJetsbrj-Lakplnl -7m

3:24 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm

: iu am uunneuon- 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.
Tnfaay. Thursday. Saturday.

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

15 pounds of sugar for one dollar.

with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday

only. Phone 377.

tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.

Notwithstanding the lowered price
of cattle in Florida and the lowered
price which exists over the entire

United States there has been an in
crease in this state in values for as

sessment purposes ot about iJ per
cent it having been- agreed that the

sibly, the account at the bank at low
ebb. Where does that nut the cattle

raisers? Still at the mercy of the

packer with, possibly, a lower price

offered.

The advantage that Armour has

been to the stock raisers of the state
has been that one could sell stock at

DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
We Specialize on
Ford and Chevrolet
REPAIR WORK
COOPER Cord Non-Skid Tires, 30x3 1-2,
8000 Mile Guarantee, $18
DIAMOND Plain Tread 30x3, $12.50
P jLARINE Heavy Oil, five gallons, $3.50
We buy and sell second hand Ford Cars
Jas. Erigesser, Prop.
Day Phone 258 Night Phone 533

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KINDTS 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 yoa for your patronage 306 N. MAGNOLIA ST.

general run of stock which has here- a"y Ume at SOme rice or 0thcr 'U
W I 11 1 X. 1 A. 1

tofore been nlaced on the books at $6 ine Piam CIOse ieaves no

a head should be figured at $8 for this and the local buyer wiU be M much at

year. This rate has been strenuously sea 83 ever' Pfne 10 laKe. tgt

opposed by the stock growers who feel OL ine cgestion "at is luceiy to oc

that with the lowered selling nrirn of

1 T T A. 1 A.

upon me meeung oi tne airectors

Monday much depends as there will

be important matters to be considered

The association is a strong one, and

each member is bound by the consti

tution and by-laws to stand firm by

any action which may be decided
upon by the officers. Precisely what

the commodity the rate should have1

been at least kept where it had been.
Secretary Summerlin, whose office
in Kissimmee is always a busy spot,

has been in the cattle business for
himself for many years for it was

in 1876 that he commenced with a

few head to see what he could learn.

il

Evidently he has learned a lot or he inose actions may De cannot ce pre pre-would
would pre-would not be holding the position he dieted but a full report will appear

now occupies. For ten years he was m ine columns OI ne gazette as soon

in business in Cuba and knows the as compietea.

eattle business of that island in all Ane omcers oi tne association in

its chases v elude G. Murphy, Bradentown, presl

Asked: "Are the cattlemen of the denti C- E- Crum Bushnell, first vice

state antagonistic to the desire of the President; A. L. Jackson, Gainesville,
government to rid the country of second vice-president; U. A. Iightsey,
ticke?" Mr. Summerlin rpnlipd- Bartow, treasurer; S. Summerlin,

"Not by any means. They realize Kissimmee, secretary,

that the world would be better off if The executive committee consists
there"werecno ticks: but thev do ob- of F- N- Burt- DeLeon Springs; H. T.

ject to the compulsory dipping. You
see it is this way: all the cattle in a

nera are not necessarily carrying
ticks. In human being there can be

found groups of men some of whom
may expose themselves to a disease
and never feel the effects, while others
under the same circumstances would

immediately take the complaint. So
it is with cattle. There may be a
herd of a hundred head. Possibly

there will be ten in that bunch that
will be carrying ticks and the bal balance
ance balance will not have a sign of a tick.
It may be the figures are not always
like that; but what I want to say is
that it doesn't naturally follow that

all have ticks. To dip all those cat cattle
tle cattle every fourteen days would not
only be awfully expensive but many

would die from it. I feel safe in say

ing that in two years there would be

no ticks because there'd be no cattle.

The stock raisers know when their

cattle should be dipped; they want to

get rid of the ticks, but they don't

Lykes, Tampa; A. L. Jackson, Gaines Gainesville;
ville; Gainesville; W. F. Ward, Kicco; McQuiim

Chairs, Oldtown; E. O. Flood, Lake

land; C. F. Raulerson. Fort Pierce; R.

H. Redding, Ocala; G. B. Skipper,
Bartow; R, L. Hyer, Orlando; H. A.

Nicholson, Mims; H. O. Partin, Kis Kissimmee;
simmee; Kissimmee; W. L. Graddick, Jackson

ville, and J. M. Roach, Williston.

C. Cecil Bryant
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Gary Block, Over 10c Store
PHONE S32X

inmnniiuininminnimwi

y-f5CA your eyes, tne win-

June brides take care

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FIRE

PROOF

N'SFIER

STORAGE

STAR L1WE

Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc

MOVS, PACK,, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC.

LONG DISTANCE MOVING
Phone 296

THE WINDSOR HOTEL 1
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none

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dows of the soul.

DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist.
Garcia de Oro, that mild Havana

wan to dip cattle that are tickless gner cigar 10c at all dealers. 5-tf

merely because Uncle Sam and a few
experts say they should. The govern

ment ought to give the raisers of cat

t

ROBERT M. i MEYER,
';.'" Manager.

j. e.;kavanaugh
Proprieter.

Why heat your kitchen up these
days baking bread when you can buy
the best made at the Federal Bak Bakery?
ery? Bakery? 14-et

This is a Studebaker year.

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Boy Scouts of America
A. R. Cassil, Scoutmaster
Meets every Friday night at the
Library, at 8:30 o'clock. Visiting

j Scouts are always welcome.

tie credit for having some sense.

"Here is something else to consid

er, continued Secretary Summerlin.

"The manager of the Armour packing

plant at Jacksonville, Tom Price,

takes the attitude that the cattlemen

of this state are not giving the sup support
port support to his institution due to making

it a success; consequently the plant
may have to close. So far as the cat cattlemen
tlemen cattlemen are concerned the lack of sup

port may be attributed to two rea

sons:

"first: Because oi tne decline m

prices.

"Second: Because of the grading of

the cattle in the stockyards.

"Who is to blame for the lowered
prices? The raiser cannot make the

market; the buyer cannot pay the

price if the consumer does not do his

part. 11 tne consumer will not pay
the price then the packer cannot buy

the goods. We all want cheap meat

because we" all eat it. Possibly for the

last four months the supply has been
in excess of the demand, because of
stringent financial conditions in the
west and because of the enforcement
of the no-fence law in both Georgia

and North Carolina. From Georgia
alone has been shipped out 72,000
head of cattle most of which have
been consumed in Florida.
"When the packer quotes prices the
stockman invariably selects his best
cattle for shipping. On arrival at the
destination the 'boss' grades a car

load as it fits his eye and there is

no appeal; notwithstanding his grad

ing may be arbitrary. His grading
must be accepted and this means a
lower price- or the stock must be
moved elsewhere; and experience has
taught that grass cattle will not bear
too much shipping.
"The main thing that now concerns
the stock raiser of Florida is the ef-

Have You Got 10 Cents?
A Wonderful Sale on
SEWING MACHINES
Is About to Begin
Call and Ask
THEUS BROS.

Ladies9
High Grade
Oxfords and
Pumps
$9 and $10 values
$4 a pair

A look at this beautiful line
will convince yoa that they
are the best values you ever
saw for $4.
Parker & Guynn
Next door to Geo. MacKay
and Company

Ocala,

Florida

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PLEASANT WALLS v
JUtfk Ple&sant Rooms
Soft and restful tn tone, the wail of a room should form a
natural background for its furnishings.
SlrTife0 uIW thk of CH FLAT
WALL PAINT grv. mn m noph of pkauat mtftdncah

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RAY & THOMSON
OCALA, FLORIDA
Contractor, mad Builder. Building Material acd r piles

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Made from Choicest Grains
and Finest Hops

TT is the most stimulating, refreshing drink
you fiave ever tasted, Itnas a delightful tan?

and flavor all its own.

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Ambrosia is pure and wholesome beneficial for
every member of your family. It tastes delicious
by itself or with a bite to eat, Try it today.

ORDER A CASE SENT HOME

SOLD EVERYWHERE

Jlfloses Grocery Company
Ocala, Florida
AMBROSIA IS MADE AND BOTTLED ONLY BY
CENTRAL CONSUMERS CO., LouisvUle, Ky.

TRADE AT
TIE CRESCENT CffiY

7 NORTH MAGN0UA STREET

PAY CASH (

GET PREMIUM
COUPONS

) PAY LESS

SPECIAL THIS WEEK
KING NUT Batter Substitute)
35 cent value for 27c

SPECIAL THIS WEEK
I lb. can LIBBTS APPLE BUTTER
30 cent value for 23c

Some oi onr regular everyday economy prices

Octagon Soap ..07
Octagon Powder .04
P. & G. White Soap '.....07
Balk Ground Coffee ?0
Meal and Grits 03
Campbells Soap ... A2
Baby Size Mlk 1.07
TaU Size Milk. -. .14
12 lbs. Best Flour SO
24 lbs. Best Flour ISO
Cheese J2S

Cloverbloom Butter..
Flavoring Extracts
Spices
White Bacon
Compound Lard. ...
5 lb. pdl Pare Lard.
Balk Peanut Butter .
Sweet Mixed PicUet
Fresh Eggs ..
No. 2 am Tomatoes
No. 2 can Corn
No. 2 can Sainton...

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OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, JUNE 17 1921

FIRE
A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE
IF YOU'RE
SEARCHING
for Expert Vulcanizing,
throw your Headlight
on our shop. We are
Experts at this business
and our work is'
G U A R A N T E E D
BLALOCK BROS.
VULCANIZING
Ocala House Block'
DAWKINS' MARKET
Phone 519
111 W. Broadway
ftiaan May mattw lmply wet aspoBg
with Bogart'a Wtradw Ant Potaon nJ
tlac it wkw u ta appear.
They eat Bogart'a
Wonder Ant Poison
quickly and carry it to their Beats, in
m few hour you'll be absolutely rid or
theao pasta.
Ak pcur JragcUl for 25
cent bottle. I f h can't sal
ply iou wm will do so oit
receipt of 30 cents.
TheBogart Company
Dayton Beach Sea Breesc
FUr FU
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CABS FOB SALE
Cars Washed $1.00
Cars Polished .60
Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange' St
Phone 252
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEOBGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalm era
G. B. Overton, Mgr. -Ocala,
Fla.
Look in This Paper June 18th
X For Our Announcement
; SEWING MACHINE SALE
UNIQUE
Very Easy Terms
Have You Got 10 Cents?
THEUS BBOS.
USED BUICKS
1917 Touring ... $625.00
1916 Touring $575.00
1918 Roadster .... $875.00
Mechanically O. K. Tires good.
Terms to suitable parties.
16-tf Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
NOTICE
Of Application for Tax red Under
Section 8, Chapter 4888,
Law of Florida
Notice is hereby given that Catherine
'E. -XIcQuaig-, purchaser of tax certifl certifl-ate
ate certifl-ate No. 456, dated the 2nd day of June,
!A. D. 1919, has filed said certificate in
my office, and has -made application for
tax deed -to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the fol following1
lowing1 following1 described property situated in
'Marion county, Florida, to-wit: E6 of
lot 9 of Sec 9 Tp "13 SR25E. The said
land feeing- assessed at the date of Is Issuance
suance Issuance of such certificate In the name
t of P. W. Glover. Unless said certifi certificate
cate certificate shall be redeemed according to
law, tax deed will Issue thereon the
11th day of July, A. I). 1921
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 8th day of June, A. D.' 1921.
(Seal) T. D. LANCASTER, JR..
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida., 6-9-Thurs
NOTICE OF SALE OF
SCHOOL DISTBICT 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 Beddick Special Tax
School District No. 6, Marion county,
Florida, said bonds bearing five per
cent interest, payable semi-annually,
maturing as follows:
One bond due and payable July 1st,
1924.
One bond due and payable July 1st,
1928.
One bond due and payable July 1st,
1932.
Three bonds due and payable July
1st, 1936.
Four bonds due and payable July
1st, 1940.
The board reserves the right to re reject
ject reject any and all bids. All eomunica eomunica-tions
tions eomunica-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.
2-tf II- G. Shealy, Sec'y.

LIFE

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BCALA QCGURREIICES

If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
' We make our cream from whole
milk. Try a quart. The Vogue. 17-tf
Fruit jars, pints and quarts, as
long as they last 90 cents and fl a
dozen. Roberts & Spencer. 16-3t
Just received, shipment AVOCADO
PEARS. Come early while they last.
Crescent Grocery- 17-2t
There's no extra charge, for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Just received, shipment AVOCADO
PEARS. Come early while they last.
Crescent Grocery. 17-2t
1919 Hupmobile touring. Good tires,
top, etc., newly paitned, Al shape,
$625. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. tf
Fresh assortment of Johnson's high
grade candied just arrived. The
Vogue,- Harrington Hall corner. 17-tf
Mrs. B. T. Adams and daughter,
Dorothy will leave tomorrow or Sun Sunday
day Sunday for a week's visit at Daytona
Beach. Mr. Adams will follow in a
few days and accompany his family
home.
Mrs. ,W. D. Shephard and daughter,
Mary leave tomorrow for a weeks
visit with the former's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Bodiford in Gainesville.
Big demonstration of the National
Biscuit Company's cakes and biscuits
tomorrow, Saturday, at the Crescent
Grocery Store. Everybody invited. 2t
Harris Powers, Frances Clark and
Betty Harris left this afternoon for
Jacksonville, where they will be
guests for ten days at the home of
their aunt, Mrs. Charles Lloyd.
Special sale of Martha Washington
and Samoset candies on hand. The
Vogue, Harrington Hall corner. 17-tf
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Dickson and
daughter, Elizabeth leave the first of
next week for South Carolina', where
Mrs. Dickson and Elizabeth will spend
the summer.
W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
mrgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
Big demonstration of the National
Biscuit Company's cakes and biscuits
tomorrow, Saturday, at the Crescent
Grocery Store. Everybody invited. 2t
Misses Theo and Nellie Wallis and
Emeline Blalock left the city last
night for different places. The former
will visit in Femandina, Nellie wil
go to Savannah to spend the summer
with relatives and Miss Emeline Bla
lock will return to her home at Madi
son after a several weeks visit in the
city a guest at the homes of Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Blalock and Mr. and Mrs
George Taylor.
Before long the Bean Town Choir
will again appear before an Ocala au
dience, which news will be received
with interest by those who saw the
first performance of the Bean Town
ers. Several new voices have been
added to the choir and if anything.
the coming entertainment will be bet
ter that its precedessor.
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GOODS SOLD AS CHEAP AS
ANY SO-CALLED SALES. There's
a reason. TBY US. FISHEL'S. 2-3t
Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Scott of Bir Birmingham
mingham Birmingham have arrived in the city
and will spend several weeks at Lake
Weir with the former's parents, sis sister
ter sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
G. S. Scott and Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Taylor. Dr. and Mrs. Scott's two
children, Kathleen and Alice, preceded
their parents to the lake several
weeks ago "while they visited Boston
and other towns in the north.
Miss Fanny Clark leaves tomorrow
for Dunnellon, to spend some time at
the home of her. niece, Mrs. eMtcalf.
Mr. and Mrs. William Barco and
two daughters of Nocatee, arrived in
Ocala yesterday and are guests at the
home of the former's sister, Mrs. J. C
Smith, and family. Mrs. Barco and
children will visit relatives at Cotton
Plant and Rodman before returning
home.
Little Miss Henrietta Brooks has
returned to her home at Blitchton
atfer a few days visit in the city, a
guest at the homeof Mr. and Mrs. E.
M. Howard.
Mr. C. S. Gates of South Lake Weir,
Mr. P. W. Collens of Summerfield and
Mrs. Beed Bussell of Weirsdale were
among the out of town shoppers in
the city for the day.
Yesterday Mr. T. M. Moore, his sister-in-law
and daughter, Mrs. F. J.
Hagood of Jacksonville and Miss Sue
Moore entertained a party of Mica Mica-nopy
nopy Mica-nopy friends at a dinner at the home
of Mr. Moore. They were Mrs. E. A.
Hickson, sister of Mrs. Hagood and
Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Kate Taylor, Mrs.
Waterman Johnson and two grand grandchildren
children grandchildren and Miss Maggie Priest.
Bring us your job work.

OCALA AND ORLANDO

(Continued from Second Page)
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Curry, Mr. and
Mrs. LL. Payne, Mr. and Mrs. M. O.
Overstreet, Mayor E. G. Duckworth,
G. E. McCulloch, Mr. and Mrs. F. G.
Bush, Miss Lucy Pruitte. Miss Aura
Wimer.
A prominent guest was John Gay
of Jacksonville, a Bote of high degree
and father of the Ocala Rotary Club.
J He is also the father of Miss Marion
Gay she has changed her name
now well remembered as a very pret-j
ty young lady, who often visited Ocala
friends.
Prof. Wilmon Newell, a scientist,
and valuable instructor at the Univer
sity of Florida, was also present, and I
gave a good talk. i
Boy Benjamin, an ex-Ocala boy,
now of Jacksonville, was in the party,
and was kept busy trying to recognize fc
early playmates among the grown
men and women around him.
POBCH SWINGS
Strong mission porch swings, com
plete with chains and put up, at $5.50.
Boberts & Spencer. 16-3t
All o'arcia de Oro cigars wrapped in
tinfoil 10c at all dealers. 5-tf
Mr. Alfred Beck of Fort Lauder
dale, arrived in Ocala this afternoon
to spend a few days with his wife at
the home of her sister. Mrs. S. T. Sis Sis-trunk,
trunk, Sis-trunk, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pillans and
daughters, Cora Mae and Ethel Fair,
have returned home from their visit
to St. Petersburg. Orlando, Clearwa
ter and Tampa.
Miss Shellie Souter returned yester
day from Dunnellon, where she spent
several days at the home of her sis
ter, Mrs. Metcalf. Miss Souter leaves
the firts of .July for Boulder, Colo.,
where she will attend the University
of Colorado. En route west Miss
Souter will visit friends at Mobile
and New Orleans.
If you smoke cigars why not get
the best? Ask for Garcia de Oro 10c
at all dealers. 5-tf
Midsummer hats and sport hats for
mountain or seashore, just received at
FISHEL'S. 2-3t
Miss Fanita Cobb accompanied her
cousin, Miss Fay Fagan to her home
at Hardee for a several weeks visit.
EVEBWEAB HOSIEBY, the best
ever and cheaper now, on sale at
FISHEL'S. 2-3t
Dr. and Mrs. K. J. Weihe accom accompanied
panied accompanied Mr. Beuben Slafley to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville in his car today. Dr. and
Mrs. Weihe will return home Monday.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158.. 158
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
Bakery. 14-6t
Ladies' $5 HATS reduced to $3.50;
$4 and $4.50 HATS reduced to $2.98,
at FISHEL'S. 2-3t
BUSINESS SEBVICE BUBEAU
Stenography
Typewriting, Miiltigraphiag,
Room 7, Merchants Block
PHONE 508, OCALA, FLA.
Residence Phone 593 and 98
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED. LOST, FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
H A U L I N G Having secured
large truck, I am now prepared to do
moving and heavy hauling on short
notice. L. E. Cordrey. Phone 434. lm
run Ktiivr uk A six-room
house. Jerry Burnett, No. 2 Fort
King Ave., or phone 73. 14-tf
FOB BENT Two or three furnished
rooms; gas and lights; to couple
without children. Address Booms,
care Star. 14-tf
FOR SALE Four-foot wood, both
oak and pine, delivered anywhere
in the city. L. L. Horne, phone
108. 15-15t
SEASIDE ACCOMMODATIONS By
the week, month or season, rooms
single or connected, running water
in all rooms, at Hotel Raymond one
block from ocean beach. Mothers
and children cared for; week-end
parties accommodated; kitchen and
dining room privileges. Rates rea reasonable.
sonable. reasonable. Mrs. A. L. Stuart, Sea Seabreeze,
breeze, Seabreeze, Fla. 16-3t
FOR SALE Reed baby carriage,
$15, cost $35. in first class condi condition;
tion; condition; gray reed sulky, $12, prac practically
tically practically new. Call phone 89. 16-t
PRIVATE LESSONS in piano, vio
lin and voice. Terms reasonable. For
further information call Cevie Rob
erts, phone 305. 16-12t
FOR RENT Six room house with
garage at 704 E. Third St. Apply
to Dr. J. W. Hood. Phone 195. 17-tf
Advertise for results.

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IT IS a little late in the day for the
appearance of new devHopirents in
coats, yet they appear and need make
no apology, for the last effort! f the
I'osipners appear to he tl.eir best. Fur Furthermore,
thermore, Furthermore, there is little prospect of
any radical change in present styles
the.r are too satisfactory to he soon
Defected or discarded. The coat pur purchased
chased purchased now is destined to pay its due
of service and disclmrpe its duties
well. The new arrivals are smart in
line, skillfully made arid, when bought
In good qualities of voI materials,
may be dfpnded upon for a long life
In the world of fashion.
Two very handsome !udels, as pic pictured,
tured, pictured, present the advantages of the
scarf collar. -At the left a model
brings to mind again the unfailing
charm of the Uussian blouse inspira inspiration,
tion, inspiration, with its fastening at the left side
of a long row of buttons and loops. It
is cut with "dolman sleeves and thus
preserves the trimiiess of the straight
line mode without its severity. Its very
clever trimming of an embroidered
band somehow manages to simulate
ENDS SHOULD BE VARNISHED
Agricultural Cspartment Tells How
to Prevent Door From Sticking
on Damp Days.
A door which sticks to the frame
every dampvdny Is not conducive to
unruffled feelings on the part of those
who use it. The forst products lab laboratory
oratory laboratory of the United States Depart Department
ment Department of Agriculture at Madison, Wis.,
has made puh!ia method which obvi obviates
ates obviates the difficulty.
Wood specialists there say that the
fact that the top and bottom edges
of a door are oracticallv alwavs left
unfinshed is largely responsible for i
Its troublesome habit of swellinsr and I
shrinking The ev,,osel ends of the
vertical stiles give the most bother.
because wood picks up or gives off
moisture more rapidly through sur surfaces
faces surfaces cut across the grain than
through those cut parallel to the
grain.
If the doors in a house are to
shut easily and fit tightly, it Is lm lm-'portant
'portant lm-'portant that their top and vbottoin
edges be protected by paint or var varnish.
nish. varnish. If It Is necessary 'to" refit the
door after it Is hung, the freshly ex ex-posed
posed ex-posed surface should be refinished "at
once.
DOES NOT BELONG IN CITY
When the Arabian Musical Instrument,
the Arghul, Come to Town,
It Degenerates.
In Cairo the arghul is played at
night in the old city, and on the
streets of the underworld, lending its
note and interpretation to love songs
that somehow follow when everything
else In life has leen lost or-left he he-hind,
hind, he-hind, writes Kobert Hamilton Kucker
In Asia Magazine. At an Arabian
cafe an old man from the street wlil
play and young men will sing while
the coTTee is .ing u.:ide. The arghul
sings .wfji each and talks with encli

SUNDAY ESCDBSI0I9
via
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
S3.24 Ocala to Jacksonville and return. Tick Tickets
ets Tickets on sale each Sunday during the period of
June 19th to September 4th, 1921. Tickets
limited to return on date of sale. Good on
trains No. 9 and 37. For further information
call on Ticket Agent.-

in New Coats

short cape. The crf ends, and als
those of the long and narrow girdle,
are finished with ball trimming.
The cape-coat, or mantle, at the rignt
is another example of skillful design designing
ing designing In which the body of the garment,
with dolman sleeves cut In It, rs set
onto a deep cape. Turned-back cuffs,
ornamented with rows of machine
stitching, bespeak the most painstak painstaking
ing painstaking tailoring, and rows of covered but buttons
tons buttons defining the shoulder line bear
out this testimony. The scarf, ends
support handsome and dignified silk
tassels. Both coats have lnconRpIcu lnconRpIcu-ous
ous lnconRpIcu-ous and practical slit pockets and
both are elegant and gracefu.(
On the dressier coats for this sea season
son season French knot embroidery is effec effectively
tively effectively used In bands or otherwise to
redeem the simple lines and plain ma materials
terials materials from severity. It Is newer than
solid embroidery, but not Its rlTtl.
sympathizes, understands ana seenu so
earnest as to make one half believe
that the young man is singing from
his own heart and that the arghul.
long accustomed to such confidence,
knows It full well.
But, like many of the -country bred.
It seems to degenerate when It comes
to town. It falls upon evil ways; It
sings of love to the loveless; It hovers
alKUjt the low cafes. Its friend, the
tabla more pretentious, and perhaps
more astute changes Its name .when
It comes to fown and does not appear
alone at night in dark, unfrequented
"rwis- uUw.i.
flnI ,s ,n he. high-class cafes
where favorites dance to the music
It brings. It has more rhythm loan
"lehwly : much volume but little feel
,n" fa,ks frrm ,he head and
to the feet.
Hut the arghul Is all sentiment and
vmpathy. Its place Is the desert; Its
horn e knew as we listened there
on the rugs In front of our tents. Is
In the wastes of the sandy plain and
the silliness of the starlit night.
Teeth Uneven fy Distributed.
Why man, whose appetite leads him
to the chewing of a wide variety of
foods, should be given but 82 teeth,
while the snail whose menu must be
much more restricted. Is provided with
14,175 In 135 rows of 105 each. Is one
! of the things we feel Inclined to at-
tribute to Dame Nature's sense of
numor.
This feeling Is Increased when we
are told that the smallest number of
teeth dished out by nature, falls to
the lot of that great creature, the
narwhale, which bm only two. The ele elephant
phant elephant Is almost as badly off, being en endowed,
dowed, endowed, as a rule, with but six, al although
though although he occasionally may have as
many as ten.
Why heat your kitchen up these
days baking bread when you can buy
the best made at the Federal Bak Bakery?
ery? Bakery? 14-6t

We Are Still Receiving
Ladws' Midsummer Hats
Weekly and we have a large and varied assort assortment
ment assortment in all seasonable shades, in large
hats, small hats, and medium hats.

Our Stock Now Comprises

Dress Hats
Street Hats
and Semi-Dress Hats
Sport Hats
for mountain or seashore
which we atni sell at a decided

Come in and let us show you, a!so our pretty VOILES
at reduced prices before they are sold.
. FISHEL'S
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The Store of Friendly Wishes
Ocala, Florida
The postoffice is diagonally across the street from our store.

- JULY m

I intiend to reduce my large
Stock ol
DRY GOODS, SHOES,
Mens Womens and
Children's
READY-TO-WEAR
GOODS
No fake, selling at cost Come and

see for yourself. And be

that everything is really reduced.
Must have room for a big stock of
fall goods. Remember, I am not sell selling
ing selling out at cost but simply reducing

prices as merchandise is cheaper, very much
cheaper. Remember, Quality is always the true
test of cheapness.

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THE BAZAAR STORE

FOR THE LADY WHO CARES
The exact thing you want you will
find at Hooper's Milady Beauty Par Parlors.
lors. Parlors. We axe now equipped to furnish
you any line in cosmetics that you
are looking for. Our cosmetician is

Maline Hats,
Leghorn Straws.
Tuscan Braids,
Horse Hair Braids.
Batavia Cloth,
Peannit Straws,
Milan Hemps,
Milan Straws,
Java Straws.

Angora Trimmed Hats.
Combination Hats,
Stitched Straw and Felt Combination.
reduction from regular prices.
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