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MPORTANT TO THE
The Questions to be Discussed by Its
Premiers in London Around
the Council Table
London, June 20. Premier Lloyd
George sat down at the council table
here today with the premiers of the
British overseas dominions and began
consideration of the policies which
. will be carried out by1 the Brit ;h
.Empire. A forecast of the conference
indicated an Anglo-Japanese alliance,
.imperial defense, an imperial policy
in foreign affairs and other matters
of far-reaching importance would be
BETTER A DEAD LION
THAN A LIVE SKUNK
Bergdoll's Successor in the Draft is
One of America's Heroes
Philadelphia, June 19. The man
who took Grover C. Bergdoll's place
when the Convicted draft evader, now
a fugitive in Germany, failed" to an answer
swer answer the call, died a hero in the Ar Ar-gonne
gonne Ar-gonne forest after being cited by the
commanding general -of his brigade
for bravery in action in one of the
most noteworthy battles of the world
war. He was Russell C. Gross of
this city, a private in Company E,
328th Infantry, who was killed by bul bullets
lets bullets from a machine gun nest which
later was captured by Company G, of
the same regiment, headed by Cor Corporal
poral Corporal Alvin'C. York of Tennessee.
This was revealed last night by
Overbrook Post of the American Le Legion
gion Legion after an investigation. The post
announced it would change its name
to that of the fallen hero and was
planning a memorial to Gross, "who
was forced into service ahead of his
turn by the slacker Bergdoll."
Gross who was 23 years old, was
the first man called by the draft
board after Beredol! failed to re
FREE EXAMINATION FOR
Candidates for the citizens' military
training camps to be established
throughout the country this summer
will.be given free physical, examina examination
tion examination by any physician connected with
the United States Public Health Serv
ice. This service has 140 stations
Any young man who desires to at attend
tend attend one of the training camtfs may
secure the necessary physical test by
takincr his aDDlication blank to the
nearest public health service station
This arrangement vas made in order
that candidates might be saved the
expense of a physical examination by
civilian physician. Arrangements are
being completed whereby candidates
mav be examined by officers of the
medical reserve corps. Examinations
are also given at any military camp,
post or Station.
AFTER NEGRO WHO
SHOT DEPUTY ARNOW
Deputy Sheriff George D. Carter of
Micanopy, arrived in Jacksonville in
an automobile early last night on the
trail of a negro, named Jim Boyer,
who on Saturday night in Micanopy
is alleged to have shot and seriously
wounded Deputy Sheriff Robert Ar Ar-now.
Deputy Carter stated that the last
report he had received from Micanopy
wa stb the effect that Deputy Arnow
was in a dying condition. He said
when Arnow attempted to arrest the
negro, who is wanted on a serious
charge, the black fired at the deputy
five times. Four shots took effect,
one in the neck, breaking his spinal
column, and the others in his body.
The negro used a .32-caliber gun.
The negro is described as being six
feet and two inches in height. He is
25 years old. A large wen on his neck, j
which extends from the tip of the left
ear to the should, should make identi identification
fication identification easy. He was wearing over overalls
alls overalls and a white shirt when last seen.
He is also described as being a trifle
darker than "gingercake" color.
Why heat your kitchen up these
days baking bread when you can buy
the best made at the Federal Bak Bakery?
ery? Bakery? i H-6t
Just received, shipment AVOCADO
VEARS. Come early while they last.
Crescent Grocery. 17-2t
Question Between Sweden and Finland
About Them Debated Before
Geneva, June 20. Sweden and Fin
land debated questions relative to the
future status of the Aland Islands be before
fore before the League of Nations council
here today. It wa the first open ses session
sion session of the council, public meetings
in the past being for the purpose only
f announcing decisions on matters
heard at executive sessions.
CAUGHT BETWEEN STREETCARS
Accident to a Party of Young
People in Birmingham
Birmingham, June 20. Nine junior
members of the Selma Young Men's
Christian Association and three other
persons were injured, two seriously,
today when the truck in which they
were returning from a camping trip
was caught between two street cars.
. BY ELECTROCUTION
Belfontaine, Pa., June 20. Three
negroes and one toreigner were elec electrocuted
trocuted electrocuted in Western penitentiary at
Rock View today for the murder of S.
Zima Florian, at Erie, last Septem September.
ber. September. ;
STOCK MARKET STAGGERING
Drop in Prices, However, is Not Like
ly to be of Any Great Great-Duration
Duration Great-Duration r Associated Press)
New York, June 20. The stock
market continued its reactionary trend
in a more violent form today, making
the seventh successive week of de declining
clining declining prices. United States Steel
dropped to 72 7-8, the lowest quota quotation
tion quotation since 1915, and Canadian Pacific
fell to 901, the lowest in twenty years.
FOUR MILLION FEET OF
' TIMBER FROM FLORIDA
To be Shipped Pronto to Mexico from
Tampa, June 20. Four million feet
of railroad timber has beeir ordered
from a local company by the Mexican
government, it was learned today. The
timber will be shipped immediately
WESTERNERS MAY BUY
EAST COAST. CANAL
West Palm Beach, June 20. -Nego
tiations for the purchase for $1,250,-
000 of the Florida coast line canal
which extends from the St. Johns
river at Jacksonville to Biscayne Bay
at Miami, are under way, according to
reports here. The original cost of the
waterway was $3,000,000. It is un
derstood that the Florida Coast Line
Canal and Transportation Company,
the owner, recently granted to a weax
ern syndicate, an extension of an op
tion for its purchase. Plans of the
prospective purchasers, it is reported
here, call for the expenditure of $1, $1,-000,000
000,000 $1,-000,000 for improvements.
AUTO VERSUS TROLLEY
Four Killed in the Collision
Fremont, O., June 20. Four per persons
sons persons were killed and two injured here
last night when a suburban trolley
car struck an automobile.
RICKARD MAY BE REFEREE
, (Associated Press)
New York, June 20. Failure to
reach an agreement as to who shall
be referee in the Dempsey-Carpentier
fight has caused Tex Rickard, pro promoter,
moter, promoter, to announce that he might step
in and officiate himself. The New Jer
sey Boxing Commission was to meet
again today to consider the matter.
It was later announced that the
meeting of the boxing commission had
been postponed indefinitely on account
of the absence of the chairman.
$1 VOILES reduced to 65 cents at
OCALA, FLORIDA. MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1921
Did Splendid Work Sunday in Saving
Property at Neighboring Town
of Lake Helen
DeLand, June 20. Two residences
were destroyed by fire and the third
was only saved by the hard work of
the DeLand fire department yester yesterday
day yesterday at Lake Helen. The DeLand
motor pump truck was stationed at a
lake afquarter of a mile from the fire
but forced a stream through the long
fire .hose and held the black in check.
The loss is estimated at $15,000.
BETTER THE SEWER THAN
DOWN MEN'S THROATS
i Associated Press)
Tampa, June 20. More than 2500
quarts of liquor has been poured into
the sewers here the last few days by
prohibition and custom officers.
SHOULDN'T HAVE GONE
FISHING ON SUNDAY
Tampa, June 20. Teobilo Gonzales,
a cigar maker, was drowned yester yesterday
day yesterday at Port Tampa when he became
entangled in .a net he was trying to
SOMEBODY HAS GIVEN
THEM THE WRONG STEER
New York, June 20. Several hun hundred
dred hundred Irish immigrant girls arrived
today on the Celt ic seeking careers
as movie actresses, artist models and
stenographers. But few expressed a
desire to enter domestic service.
SHOULD HAVE USED
HIS GUN SOONER
Mutual Trust Runner Opened
on Bandits Who were Re Retreating
treating Retreating with the Money
Philadelphia, June 20. Four mask masked
ed masked automobile bandits held up a run runner
ner runner for the Mutual Trust Company
here today rfnd seized a bag contain containing
ing containing between five and ten thousand
dollars. The runner fired after the
fleeing bandits who escaped with the
Newport News, June 20. The Am American
erican American steamship Scantic and the
American schooner Percy Payne, II.,
in collision last night off the Virginia
capes, reached Hampton Roads this
morning, the steamer towing the
schooner. The steamer's bow wa
stove it and the schooner was badly
damaged. No lives were lost but one
man is reported missing.
LEWIS WOULD TAKE
SAM GOMPER'S JOB
Denver, June 20. John L. Lewis,
president of the United MineWork MineWork-ers
ers MineWork-ers of America, today formally an announced
nounced announced he would be a candidate for
president of the American Federation
of Labor in opposition to Samuel
Gompers. Lewis declined to make
any further statement.
GOOD WORK OF SHERIFF
VOUCHER' OF NEW COUNTY
Moore Haven, June 20. Sheriff
Poucher, chief law enforcement offi officer
cer officer for Hardee county, which was
created a few weeks ago by the legis
lature, established a record when he
made the first capture of contraband
liquor in the new county recently.
Poucher seized near Wauchula a tour
ing car containing 223 quarts of liq
uor and arrested John Ashley and J.
C. Mallard, of Fort Pierce, and M. M.
Townsend, of Wauchula. Mallard and
Townsend were fined $500 each and
sentenced to serve six months in jail.
Ashley turned out to be one of South
Florida's most noted "bad" men and
he had been sought throughout the
country since his escape in July 1918
while serving a long term in connec connection
tion connection with the robbery of a bank at
Stuart. He was returned to the state (
' .Fnpit jars, pints and quarts, as
long as they last 90 cents and $V a
dozen. Roberts & Spencer. 16-3t
ALLIES HOLD THE
Offensive Operations Against "the
Turks'Meet with Combined
Paris, June 20. The offensive ope operations
rations operations -against the Turkish national nationalists
ists nationalists in Asia Minor are opposed by
Great Britain, France and Italy, which
have dispatched a note to the Greek
government asking that King Con Con-stantine
stantine Con-stantine postpone his campaign
against the Turks and accept media mediation
tion mediation which may settle the Near East
DEVELOPMENT OF THE
That this section is keenly interest interested
ed interested in the development- of the dairy
industry and the operation of a
creamery to take care of the product,
was evidenced by the large attendance
at the meeting held in the Board vi
Trade room Saturday afternoon. Only
one small notice in the Evening Star
was given out, and yet there were
about thirty present.
This meeting was called for two
purposes: to report observations of
the party that went to inspect the
Brooksville creamery, and to announce
the four meetings to be held in the
county this week. The schedule for
these meetings is as follows.
Tuesday, June 21, 3 p. m., Anthony.
Tuesday, June 21, 8 p. m.. Fellow Fellowship.
ship. Fellowship. Wednesday, June 22, 3 p. m., Sum Sum-merfield.
merfield. Sum-merfield. Wednesday, June 22, 8 p. m., Ocala
in the courthouse.
Prof. Scott, vice director of the
Florida Experiment Station, will
speak at these meetings on dairy
cows and dairy management. Prof.
Thompson will talk on forage and
pastures for dairy cows. Mr. E. W.
Jenkins will talk on results obtained
by other dairies in the state. These
men all bear the reputation of being
among the most practieal and conser conservative
vative conservative of the university staff.
Every one interested in this enter enterprise
prise enterprise is very cordially and urgently
invited to be .present at one of the
meetings A number of announce-
mens were sent out by mail, but the
county agent's mailing list is incom incomplete
plete incomplete and no one was intentionally
overlooked. Announcements of fur
ther action in reference to the cream creamery
ery creamery and the purchasing of cows, as
well as of other enterprises will be
made at these meetings.
Properly managed creameries have
worked revolutions in other commu
nities. We have in Marion county as
fine conditions for dairying as can be
found in any of the coastal plains
And some of our best,' steadies and
most far-seeing farmers and business
men are helping to develop this enter
prise in Marion.
LEGISLATIVE ACT WILL
AID BOOM FOR LAKELAND
Lakeland, June 20 The lowering of
the level of Lake Parker two feet be below
low below watermark, as provided in a spe special
cial special act of the legislature, will result
in the draining of an enormous area
of rich land and the eventual build building
ing building of a boulevard about forty miles
long, making a circuit of the entire
lake shore. Because the southern end
of Lake Parker is on the outskirts of
Lakeland it is expected this will result
in important suburban development.
A peculiar fact in this connection 'is
that by linking Lake Parker with
Saddle VZreek, which in turn flows
into Lake Hancock, Lake Parker will
become the head of the famous Peace
NE PLUS ULTRA OF FISHING
St. Petersburg, June 20. David W.
Budd, local business man, has the
honor of having hooked the first tar tarpon
pon tarpon in these waters while fishing from
I an airplane, ttitn ueuu aidcix wmi-
icu as puui, duuu new ituui utic w
New Pass, -near Sarasota, this week
in Whitted's seaplane, where he ex ex-petced
petced ex-petced to .catch a tarpon fr,om the air
boat. Three silver kings were hooked
but he was unable to land any of
them. The plane was taxied to wind windward
ward windward of the tarpon schools and the
anglers, standing on the wings, trolled
as the machine
drifted through the
Just received, shipment AVOCADO
PEARS. Come early while they last.
Crescent Grocery. 17-2t
PUTTIIIC IT BELOW
THE SAFETY POINT
Senate Committee Recommends Yield Yielding
ing Yielding to the House in Dispute
on Army Size
Washington, June 20. The Senate
conferees on the army appropriation
bill decided today to recommend that
the Senate yield to the insistence of
the House that the army be reduced to
150,000 enlisted men b- next October.
The advisability of j icing a ban on
the importation of citrus fruits from
Tasmania, Australia and New Zealand
in art' effort to prevent the introduc introduction
tion introduction of citrus canker into the United
States will be considered at a public
hearing here July 19th, by the federal
horticultural board, the department
of agriculture announced today.
President Harding returned to
Washington today from a week-end
cruise down the Potomac on the presi presidential
dential presidential yacht Mayflower.
President Harding declined today to
commute the death sentence of Will
iam Turner, a negro, convicted of
murdering Morgan Moore near Alex
andria Va... on government property.
Turner was sentenced to hang next
A FRANCO-AMERICAN ALLIANCE
The following article taken from a
Richmond exchange will be of interest
to many Marion county friends of the
One of the most interesting wed
dings of the season took place at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold B.
Greenlee, of Richmond, Va Saturday
evening, June 11, at 8:15, when Rev.
T. A. Smoot, 4f the M. E. church,
South, united in marriage Mademoi
selle Jeanne Lucette Wautier of
Paris, France, and Mr Alfred B. Tur Turner,
ner, Turner, of Jacksonville, Fla.
The bride and groom met in Paris
in the falLof 1918, which was the be beginning
ginning beginning of a very pretty war romance.
The bride, daughter of Madame
Marie Wautier, chief inspector for the
minister de la guerre of France, was
at that time very prominent in war
work and for some time head of the
casualty record and location depart department
ment department of the United States marine
corps at the Paris headquarters. It
was there that the groom, a member
of the famous Sixth regiment of ma
nnes, became acquainted with Mile.
Mademoiselle Wautier was educat educated
ed educated in France, Italy, Germany and
England. She is an accomplished
musician ana artist, being a promi
nent member of the Societte des Ar
tistes known as "Union Feminine
Francaise." This society includes
among its members Madame Ray
mond Poincare, the Princess Marie of
Greece, Messieur Paul Deschannel,
S. A. R. Duchess de Vendome.
The groom returned to the United
States with the Second division in
August, 1919, and upon discharge
from the marine corps returned to his
home in Florida. Shortly after he be
came connected with the United States
marshal's office, department of justice,
in the Southerndivision. He is the
son of Frank B. Turner, well known
real estate and cattleman of central
The bride, upon an invitation of
Mr. and Mrs. Greenlee (Mrs. Green
lee also being a daughter of France
and her marriage was the termination
of another war romance, which began
when Mrs. Greenlee, then Mademoi
selle Amille Baudot, met Mr. Green Greenlee,
lee, Greenlee, also a member of the famous
Sixth marines and "bunkie" of the
groom, in Paris, France) came to this
country some months ago.
The bride and groom will leave
shortly for Jacksonville, Fla-, where
they will make their home.
Mr.. Turner with his parents resid
ed in Ocala for many years. Be
graduated from the Ocala high school
about eight years ago and is a splen
did young man, well thought of by a
wide circle of friends who are eagerly
awaiting the opportunity of' making
the acquaintance of his bride. Mr.
Turner is a nephew of Mrs. G. W.
Cleveland of this city.
The Phoenix Lumber Co. of Tampa,
has just closed an order for 4,000,000
feet of sawn longleaf erossties, switch
ties and bridge timbers to go to the
Mexican government at Tarapieo
I from gulf ports by vesseL
Partly cloudy tonight
OCALA'S UIIITE WAV
Brilliant Chain of Lights Around the
Courthouse Adds Greatly to tie
Goods Looks of the Bnsi Bnsi-sess
sess Bnsi-sess Center
The .beginning of Ocala's Great
White Way went into service Satur Saturday
day Saturday evening. The people around th
square were most agreebly surprised
when the lights flashed on. There are
sixteen of them four on each t side,
and they make a brilliant display.
This is only the beginning of the
white way, which will extend along
the principal streets as fast as the
city can afford to put them in. The
time is not far distant when, with
bright-lit avenues extending out from
the square, Ocala will make on this
planet a gleaming spot plainly visible
to telescopes on Mars.
MEMORIAL SERVICES OF
L O. O. F. AND K. OF P.
Sunday was Memorial Day for the
great orders of the Odd Fellows and
Knights of Pythias, and was more ex extensively
tensively extensively observed than for several
years by v the local lodges.
The members of both orders met at
their lodge rooms shortly before 11
o'clock and proceeded to the Temple,
where they heard a fine sermon from
Rev, C. W. White. "The subject of the
sermon was drawn from the three
lessons of the two orders David and
Joshua, the Good Samaritan and Da Damon
mon Damon and Pythias Jew, Christian and
Greek and Rev. White brought them
out in a masterly manner.
After the sermon, the memorial
committee, in autos loaded with flow- -1
ers, went to the cemeteries and laid
their fragrant offerings on the last
resting places of their departed breth.
Mrs. J. L." Leitner died at her resi
dence, 525 East Adams street, Sunday
morning at 3:10 o'clock. Mrs. Leitner
has lived in Ocala for the past twelve
years. Those surving her are her
husband and four children. The funer
al services will be held from her late
residence at 4 o'clock this afternoon,
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ana wui oe corrauciea vj dxt. Vs. ct.
White. Interment will be made in the
old family cemetery at Anthony. Mr.
G. B. Overton, funeral director for
Mac Kay & Company, has charge of
ATTENTION, LEGIO N AIRES 1
All members of Marion County
Post No, 27, who can possibly do so
should meet at the armory tomorrow
morning, Tuesday, at eight o'clock to
attend the funeral of Paul Schmid at
Weirsdale, on Lake Weir. Inter Interment
ment Interment will take place in the Weirsdale
cemetery st 10:30. Your car will be
needed if you have one.
Louis IL ChazaL Adjutant.
NOTICE TO EX-SERVICE MEN
The remains of Paul Schmid arrived
in Weirsdale this morning at 2:30
o'clock. The funeral services will
take place from his late residence to
morrow st 10 o'clock and interment
will be made izr the family plot in the
Weisdale cemetery. Sam R. Pyles A
Company have charge of the arrange
MORE HARD STREETS
FOR ST. PETERSBURG
St. Petersburg, June 20. Contracts
have been awarded the Georgia En Engineering
gineering Engineering Company for the additional
paving of 32,000 square yards or
24 miles of streets here. The curb curbing
ing curbing will include 1ZJ0OO lineal feet and
the entire contract will amount to
FOR THE, LADY WHO CASES
The exact thing yon want you will
find at Hooper's Milady Beauty Par Parlors.
lors. Parlors. We are now equipped to furnish
yon any line in cosmetics that you
are looking for. Our cosmetician is
able to give the very best in skin and
scalp treatment, manicuring, sham shampooing,
pooing, shampooing, etc Electrolysis work done
in all forms; also hair restoring made
a specialty. Phone 272, 112 Fort Xing
avenue. The shop where the children
like to go. 27-tf
Special sale of Martha Washington
and Samoset candies on hand. The
Vogue, Harrington Hsll 'taatr. 17-tf
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY. JUNE 20, 1921
Ocala Evening Star
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
i thereon a store or dwelling, the im- j relieve the monotony of school life,
: provements go to the land at the end always good for boating and fishing
of the lease unless it is especially and, except during- a comparatively
stipulated in the. lease that the im-; few cold days, for bathing. Our Mar-
see. Thi3 may also be true with re- j good-sized contingent at the college,
eard to bridees. At anv rate, the want to have a share in the camp.
it is ud to our county pride
R. R. Carroll, President
P. V. LeaTeagrood, Serretary-Treanurrr
J. II. Bra jam In, Editor
Entered at Ocala. Fla.,
BamloeiM -Of See FlTe-Oa
Editorial Department Tw-STe
Soeietr Iteoorter Flre-Oae
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matter will eventually be thrashed out and
Augustine Record are always read
with regret that there are not more of
them; and once every week the Tarpon
Springs Leader throws off something
so bright and daring and witty that
you have to gasp before you can
vsut; imii lit ouvcukc
Bix months, in advance a.ou
Three months, in advance., 1.50
One month, In advance .." 60
in the courts, and will, presumably,
be settled from a legal standpoint. It
ought to be settled from the stand standpoint
point standpoint of right and wrong, of" justice
to all parties concerned, and perhaps
it will be. However, few people have
any confidence in the justice of the
courts as at present constituted. De De-Land
Land De-Land News
Move over in Marion, friend Cod Cod-rington;
rington; Cod-rington; we have pretty fair courts
see that they do. Let's put on a small
drive and send them over the top.
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It will take 8500 cars
Georgia peach crop.
to haul the
And now Harry Brown of the Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland Telegram is worrying over
Great Britain's debt to the United
Staes; sees in it "as much potential
trouble as the Polish boundary. Said
boundary would not worry America
and Great Britain a little bit, Harry;
they settled the Venezuelan line and
the Alaska line, either of which would
wrap around Poland with considerable
to spare, without firing a shot. That
English debt was mostly incurred for
supplies bought in the United States
to fight Germany. Every dollar Eng England
land England spent to fight Germany saved
America a dollar and sometimes two
or three. And England will pay it all.
unless the Reds obtain control; then
we will have to spend a good many
more dollars in fighting them.
-! Leach has gone back to
his freak editorial pages.
It took a long time for Chicago to
awake, but she has at last repudiated
her notorious Mayor Thompson.
"Jazz is djfing" says an exchange
We saw some of it kicking like it
was in its death agonies a few nights
We are glad Jack Worthington has
gone back on the Tampa Times. He
was born to work on a metropolitan
Our local contemporary, the Ocala
Banner, is about to install a new
linotype. We are glad to see this evi
dence of the Banner's continued pros
What is independence?. Eating
onions without caring who knows it.
Detroit Free Press.
Perhaps you have noticed that an
independent party seldom lasts long,
This is the day on which the gaso
lene tax bill passed by the legisla
ture become law. It is a tax that is
going to bear rather heavy on some,
though it will not be comparative to
the terrific price exacted for the fluid
by the big oil companies a few months
ago. And it will lessen the millage
on the great majority. There is fear,
however, that the law won't go into
effect. Thru somebody's carelessness,
or more likely thru somebody's
treachery, the bill was lost until two
or three days after the legislature ad
journed. This may knock it out if
contested in the courts. Any meas
ure for the relief of the people at
large, but which bears on some inter interest,
est, interest, stands a good chance of being
lost or stolen during the last days of
The Tampa Times says "Why worry
about the garb of women?" We don't
worry about them, friend Times. It
makes our withered heart swell with
joy to look at them.
The Tropical Sun says that our next
governor may be a republican. Well
that wouldn't be as bad as Catts. St.
That's very true, all the same the
Tropical Sun-has sunstruck itself..
Wonder what Admiral Sims is
thinking about whHe he is coming
across the pond ? -Ten to one he is
making a list of his "fool friends"
who "egged him on." Times-Union.
Ten to one, he isn't worried about
it half as much as you are.
The order taking over the wooden
bridges across the Halifax river may
seem a high-handed proceeding to
some., lne corporations which con constructed
structed constructed these bridges had franchises
for a term of years; the time expired
some years ago, and they have been
operating the bridges for the past
few years without franchise. The
claim is made by some that if a per
son leases a piece of land and builds
f cms tu feear fenMcaa
' won vucrowv -aAxt) uew nvtt
VQUKS RUWUiVXi A CAR. CM VOIH
Mr. Harding 'says we should look
first to the interests of our own coun country.
try. country. That is good advice, and his
first act should be to purge the busi business
ness business world of the thieves and rascals
who are converting the word "busi "business"
ness" "business" into a term of reproach. Lake
Why pass the buck to Harding?
Why not go after the nearest rascal
School money being scare in Alach
ua county, the school board has re reduced
duced reduced the next school year to seven
months. Moral courage such as is
possessed by the Alachua school
board, is scarce, and therefore more
to be commended. To few individuals,
and fewer officials, does the policy
of doing without .until out of debt
commend itself. They would rather
borrow more money and increase the
following classic from Harry Brown
of the Lakeland Telegram, who. we
pause to say is not excelled in the
polished productions of his pen:
One of the compensations for the
daily grind of newspaper work in
Florida is the opportunity of reading
the editorial pages of the exchanges.
That privilege is peculiarly valuable
here because of the high average of
excellence and the amazing variety
cf tastes, temperaments and points of
view displayed by the Florida editorial
Each paper has the stamp of in
dividuality. In a general way, we
learn to tell, by reading half a dozen
lines, whether a particular editorial is
from the Tampa Tribune, the Florida
Times-Union, the Miami Herald, or
any one of a dozen others. This is
about as high a compliment as we
know how to pay, because when a
writer injects his photograph into ev everything
erything everything he produces it's a good sign
that he is doing some independent
"It is hardly fair to state compari comparisons,
sons, comparisons, but a few general characteriza characterizations
tions characterizations may be forgiven or atoned for.
For. example, the Miami Herald is
the highbrow paper par excellence. It
dwells in the upper intellectual reg register,
ister, register, between Broadway and Parnas Parnassus,
sus, Parnassus, invites its readers into the hall hallway
way hallway and lets them peep into the din dining
ing dining room when the giants of wit are
"If the dear old Times-Union will
forgive a Teutonic reference, that pa
per personifies Thor, the hammer hammer-bearer
bearer hammer-bearer and forger of thunderbolts. It
hits hard knocks, a less friendly
critic might say and always supplies
good reading while cracking the skull
of its victim.
"The i Miami MetropolisV on the
other hand,, is built for caresses. It
is the state's champion optimist. It
reads the sermons in stones through
rose-colored spectacles, and finds good
in everything. Its editorials are as
exhilarating as Anheuser Busch; it
is a better friend to the disconsolate
"The Tampa papers both have
strong editorial pages. When the old
man Worthington gets his vision fo
cused beyond the boundaries of Tam-
Why is it that people cannot re?
i ii a. .1 : v.
uiemuer uiai mere is n uiueraice uc- i
tween capital and the capitol? To be j
exact there is but one capitol in the
United States Washington which
must always commence with a capi capital
tal capital letter. By a laxity in usage there
has come about a custom of speaking
about a statehouse a? a "capitol' al always
ways always beginning with a small c. The
word "capital" is applied to the seat
of government in the several states
and that word, also, commences with
a small letter. To be absolutely cor correct
rect correct and in accord with the American
language every writer will be safe in
styling the city that is the seat of
government in any and all states as
a "capital," ana the building (that is,
the statehouse) also should be spelled
capital. There need never be a blun blunder
der blunder if the writer will remember that
there is but one Washington (D. C)
and but one Capitol. Kissimmee Val Valley
ley Valley Gazette.
You differ from our mutual friend,
Ncah Webster, Thorne. Noah, in his
admirable book of short stories.
Capt. Edward Drai is associated
with us and in charge cf our Phos Phos-phate
phate Phos-phate Mine and Plant Department.
Oflices. 33-34 Holder BIdg.
Phone No. 513
. will sell you and deliver
yclept "The New International Dic
"Capital The chief in a political
sense, as being the seat of the gen general
eral general government of a state or com commonwealth;
monwealth; commonwealth; as, Washington and Paris
are capital cities."
"Capitol The temple of Jupiter at
Rome on the Capitoline hill; also, the
whole hill, including the temple and
citadel. The edifice at
Washington, in which the Congress
of the United States holds its ses sessions;
sions; sessions; also, .often, the building in
which a state legislature meets."
There is also a difference in the
derivation of the words, dear Thome,
which you probably well knew when
you studied your Latin. "Capital" is
derived from the head and "Capitol"
from a hill with a building on it two
beginnings widely apart.
Garcia de Oro, that mild Havana
filler cigir 10c at all ucalers. 6-tf
Five gallons kerosene... 90c
Lard Compound .I2c
Pure Lard 2 lbs. for 35c
White Bacon, per lb 17 Yt
Smoked Bacon Squares 22jc
Smoked Country Hams. .3Sc
Octagon Soap 8c3 Ck for 21e
Export Borax Soap 1 doz 55c
Cherry Bell Flour 24 lbs $1.55
Cherry Bell Flour 12 lbs 80c
W. Baker's Ccoa 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 M ilk, tall .... 15c
Evaporated Milk, small... 7c
Uneeda Biscuits, and all
10 c. pkgs 8c 3 for 20c
All former 20c. pkgs...15e
Cloverbloom Butter 2 lbs 75c
Three Argo Starch U.-. .20c
One doz. Argo Starch... 95c
Evaporated peaches, lb.. 15c
Prunes, per lb 20c
Qt. jars Honey 65e
Qt. cans or hot. Syrup .30c.
Pint cans Syrup 15c
Syrup drawn from
barrel, per gal 75c
Cheese per lb. 25c
Firestone Tires, 3Qx3. $10.95
Firestone Tires, 30x3 13S5
Grey Tubes, 30x3 $2.15
Grey Tubes, 30x3.... $255
Red Tubes 30x3 $2.65
Red Tubes, 30x3 $3.10
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
I Merchants Block
No issue of the' Ocala Star goes un
read with interest in this office; but
Brother Benjamin sometimes jokes so
solemnly and argues so jocularly that
we are never quite certain whether "he
is landing on our solar plexus or
chucking us under the chin. Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland Telegram.
We've never landed on your solar
plexus, Harry; it has never got in our
The argument that but for immi immigration
gration immigration we would never have had Ed Edward
ward Edward Bok is not strong. If Bok had
not come from Europe, some Ameri American
can American would have done his work as well
or better. The few Boks we have
drawn are a poor equivalent for the
hundreds of thousands of hellions who
came in at about the same time.
! The war seems to have given some
who participated in it a little too
much spunk. Take Admiral Sims for
instance. Why not can him? Sum Sum-merfield
merfield Sum-merfield Chronicle. s
During the war, we never heard
anybody blamed for having two much
spunk. Brother Collens, the forego foregoing
ing foregoing paragraph looks out of place on
one of your pages.
:.We are sorry to learn that our old
friend, B. B "Lane, was knocked down
and robbed by a highwayman, over in
West Florida. Brother Lane will now
demand a thirteen-mill school tax
?or the .benefit of all held-up school
pa he can say 'things that make one
sit up and take notice; and once in a
while McWhorter of the Tribune for forgets
gets forgets "Main Street" long enough to
hand his readers a genuine classic.
i "Optimism rules the editorial pen
at St. Petersburg. The Times and the
Independent both perform valiant
service for the progress of their com community;
munity; community; but between whiles they find
occasion to give their readers a taste
of genuine, well flavored philosophy.
"The smaller town papers are not
behind their big brothers in racy edi editorial
torial editorial qualities. Few stars scintillate
more vividly than the Ocala Star; the
Banner of the same city is always re replete
plete replete with the wisdom and gentleman gentlemanly
ly gentlemanly courtesy of its editor; the Palatka
News has some strikingly pungent
arguments on topic of wide interest;
Herb Felkel's "Bromides" in the St.
j The young lady students of the
Woman's College at Tallahassee are
planning to erect a camp on Lake
Bradford, where they can go for a
little recreation when they catch up
with or gain a little on their studies.
The camp will be a pleasant place to
We claim this is
the old reliable
nickel cigar back
120 S. Main St.
The New Home Sewing Machine Company has arranged with us to hold one of its New ?Jt
Home Greyhound Sewing Club Sales Next Week. Only a limited number of the world famous g
NEW HOME Sewing Machines are available for this sale. lh
isallltwiUcostyoutojoin this club j ( )(g
Sew ail aic
Members of the New Home Greyhound Sewing f
Gab may have a magnificent light running NEW' Jj
HOME Sewing Machine delivered to their homes jg ,f
on payment of only Ten Cents (10c) and pay off y
th halanr on the Grevhound Sewing Uab man -X-
of easy payments.
Positively limited to(25)
twenty five. Do not de delay
lay delay club positively clones
June 25th unless sooner
We have a wonderful assortment
of the latest models arid most de desirable
sirable desirable types t)f NEW HOME Sewing
Machines to select from. We are
offering Special Price Concessions
to Club Members only during this
This is a Studebaker year.
Yon Can Save ;
At Least -"-
By anticipating .the final pay payments.
ments. payments. We give you 15 cents
in cash for each final payment
you pay before it is due.
The Aristocrat of the Sewing
Machine Wotld, the
is offered you on the Easiest,
Simplest Partial Payment
Plan ever offered.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1921
TWO PARTIES IN HONOR
OF MRS. DAVIS
Two lovely little parties given Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon complimenting Mrs'
Watler Davis of Andalusia, Ala the
charming guest of Mrs. W. P. Preer,
were very delightful in every way.
Mrs. E. L. Carney was the first
hostess, entertaining her guests at a
theater party from four to six p. m.
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 you for your patronage 306 N. MAGNOLIA ST.
DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
We Specialize on
Ford and Chevrolet
PEP AIR WORK
COOPER Cord Non-Skid Tires, 30x3 1-2,
8000 Mile Guarantee, $18
DI AMONJ ) Plain Tread 30x3, $12.50
POLARiNE Heavy Oil, five gallons, $3.50
We buy and sell second hand Ford Cars
Jas. Engesser, Prop.
Day Phone 258 Night Phone 533
m m wi m m x a. v
Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co.
While enjoying the splendid pictures
for that day, Mrs. Carney served choc chocolate
olate chocolate bon-bons and salted pecans.
At the conclusion of. the pictures,
Mrs. J. C. Johnson, herself a member
of the theater party, became hostess.
The ladies motored, out to her beau beautiful
tiful beautiful suburban home and after an
hour of pleasant social chat, all re repaired
paired repaired to the front lawn where sev several
eral several large, cold watermelons were cut
and the way those delicious melons
-r i t
11 b A ik
disapt-eared was sufficient proof that
they were greatly enjoyed.
Several years ago Mrs. Davis was
a resident of Ocala, her husband be- j
ing at the time connected with the 1
Marion Hardware Company. The
friends she made while here and those
of her hostess, Mrs. Preer, are giving
Mrs. Davis a royally good time.
The two parties given for her Sat Saturday
urday Saturday were the beginning of a series
of parties for her during her stay in
In honor of Mr. William Hooker's
birthday, the families of Mr. and Mrs.
Trusten Drake, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frederick
erick Frederick Hocker and Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
Duval assembled in a body, Saturday
afternoon, at six o'clock, to surprise
their brother at a bounteous picnic
supper. This compliment was entire entirely
ly entirely a surprise to the honoree, who
thoroughly enjoyed the occasion. As
all of Mr. Hockeys friends know that
he is still confined to his chair, they
are glad that he is still young enough
to have birthdays, and is as clever and
entertaining as ever. The picnic sup supper
per supper was enjoyed on the Hocker lawn
and during the Supper hour a large
and beautifully iced birthday cake
decorated in pink j-nd white, was
placed on the table and after being
admired by all was much enjoyed.
MOONLIGHT BOAT TRIP
Thursday afternoon, June 23, at 6
o'clock there will be a boat trip. on
beautiful Silver Springs to Connor,
and return, by moonlight, conducted
by the Parent-Teachers Association
for the benefit of ths Ocala schools.
Round trip, $1, party ticket of six,
$5. or season ticket of six trips, $5;
children, half fare. Tickets on sale
at Gerig's drug store. Trips every
two weeks, on alternate Thursdays,
throughout the summer.
and the blend
5 ryJl m$ m 5SU4iStU
i& I! II &
BOOSTING THE DAIRY BUSINESS
The county agent, Mr. K. C Moore,
is sending out copies of the following
Dear Sir or Madam: We have ar arranged
ranged arranged to hold several meeting in
Marion county this week for the pur purpose
pose purpose of learning more'about the dairy
business and what it will be worth to
the farmers of this section.
Prof. Scott, vice director of the ex experiment
periment experiment station, Prof. Thompson,
forage crop specialist, E. W. Jenkins,
district agent, and possibly one or
two others from the college will be
with us in these meetings.
Prof. Scott will talk on dairy cows
and dairy management; Prof. Thomp Thompson
son Thompson will talk on forage and pastures
for dairy cows, and E. W. Jenkins on
results obtained by other dairies in
The meetings will be held at the fol following
lowing following places and times:
Anthony: Tuesday, June 21, 3 p. m.
Fellowship: June 21, 8 p. m.
Summerfield: Wednesday, June 22,
3 p. m.
Ocala: At Courthouse, Wednesday,
June 22, 8 p. m.
You are most respectfully urged to
attend at least one of these meetings.
At the night meeting we will show
some pictures to illustrate certain
phases of the subjects which will be
I have been doing what I could to
get a creamery or some milk market marketing
ing marketing facilities located in the county
and will explain that feature at these
Meet me at the Union Station
Restaurant for a regular family style
dinner Best dinner in the state for 75
cents. Eat and drink all you want.
Dinner 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. Owned
and operated by 100 Americans, tf
This is a Studebaker year.
cant be copied
By KATE EDMONDS.
Thre months before als marriage
Charles Banooo began to pot ta rer rer-time.
time. rer-time. Tills U a phenomenon by bo
means rare among prospective hot hot-bands,
bands, hot-bands, and Is usually rltwrd Indul Indulgently
gently Indulgently by their employers, even thovgn
It mesas a double salary at the cod
of the month. Bat Bannon's savings
were scanty and the furniture bad te
be paid for.
"Charles, you must positively step,"
declared his fiancee, Harlan James,
when a month's overwork and lack of
exercise had showed Itself la the
young ma's pale and trembling hands.
Tin not going to hare you kill your yourself,
self, yourself, dear, for that horrid eld farnl farnl-ture.
ture. farnl-ture. How is that Insomnia you were
telling me aboutr
"Pretty bad. Marian," admitted her
lover. -I think I shall go te a doctor
"Go to Dr. O Keefe," answered Ma Marian
rian Marian promptly. "He is the greatest
nerve and brain specialist In the city.
Esther Carter was telling me how he
cured her brother ef neurasthenia.
That was how Bannon came te Tlstt
the great specialist. He entered the
comfortable waiting room In trepida trepidation.
tion. trepidation. Suddenly the doctor appeared at the
lie was quite a young man much
younger than Bannon had expected.
"Come rifht in, sir," he said cheer cheerfully,
fully, cheerfully, and Bannon followed him into
hi3 coxy office.
Tou say your head aches eftenl"
the dector asked.
Tea, right here," answered the fla flatter.
tter. flatter. O'Keefe wrote out a prescription,
and suddenly tore It up. "Too are
not married r he asked.
"Not yet," said Sanson, blushing.
"I hope to be in March."
Dr. O'Keefe arose again and placed
a fatherly hand upon the young man's
shoulder. "Go home," he said, "and
write to her that you have changed
your mind, and do net want te see
"Why?" said Bannon, feeling his
heart leap and then flutter wildly.
"Because you can't lire three
weeks," answered the specialist. "That
pain la Guriick's convolution. There
la ne hope I may as, well be frank
with you. Tou will live not leas than
17 days, and not more than 23."
.Bannon got up and faced the spe specialist.
cialist. specialist. He was breathing heavily.
"You're got It figured out accurately,
doctor?" he said.
"Yea. Banta and Gurllck compiled
a table of mortality from this rare dis disease.
ease. disease. No, there Is no possibility of a
mistake. Ten dollars, please and, my
dear fellow, go home and write that
Bannon did not write trt letter.
He said nothing, and went on work working
ing working overtime.
So the days crept en; the week
went round, the second began, and
ran to its close. He had now from
three te nine days to live. The hpgM
of Marian bereft turned him sick at
"Dearest, whst did the doctor say?"
she asked. And he pot her off with
some triviality. But he could not en entirely
tirely entirely hide his fears from her, and
she watched him with increasing con concern.
cern. concern. The time limit was gone, and ho
still lived. He resolved to hare his
jest with the doctor. On the evening
of the twenty-third day he went to
his house. This time the sitting room
was filled. But, hearing voices In the
hall, he peered out, and saw O'Keefe
talking with a middle-aged, bespec bespectacled,
tacled, bespectacled, bearded patient, and, sudden suddenly
ly suddenly forgetful of the others who should
have preceded him. he ran Into the
"Well, doctor, you're wrong," he
cried to O'Keefe. "Ton gave me net
less than 17 days to live, and not
more than 23, and the time limit ex expired
pired expired this afternoon. You'd better
make another diagnosis."
Tbe younger man turned resind.
"I have never, to my knowledge, fasti
any basin ess with you, sir," he said.
"Oh, yes, doctor," answered Ban Bannon.
non. Bannon. "Twenty-three days and five
hours ago you set a time limit upon
my life, and here I am aUre all the
The bearded man was smiling now
a cynical, mocking, yet human
smile. "I think that I begin to under understand,"
stand," understand," he said. "Good-by Philip.
You're certainly cured now." He
turned te Bannon. "Won't yon corns
in. sir?" he ssked courteously. 1
am Doctor O'Keefe."
"You?" stammered Bannon. "Why,
that gentleman Is Doctor O'Keefe
He examined me three weeks ago and
told me I had a case ef Gcrllcks coo coo-volution."
volution." coo-volution." The other clapped him on the back
and laughed noisily. "Poor fellow fellow-poor
poor fellow-poor fellow!" he said. "That's Mr.
Carter, a patient of mine. He has
been a little Irrational, and I suppose
he got into my office and played my
part. Guriick's convolution? Oh,
yes, he must just have been reading
ef that in the 'Medical Record,' but
it Is a disease that only affects sheep
In the tropics. I wonder," he con continued
tinued continued thoughtfully, "how many other
people Philip has scared. Did fas
charge yon anything?"
"Ten dollars." Bannon replied.
! -Ah!" said the other, "that's very
$9 and $10 values
$4 a pair
A look at this beautifal Ene
will convince yon that they
are the best values yon ever
saw for $4.
Parker & Goynn
Next door to Geo. MacKay
A. E. GERIG
lor Expert Vclcanlzbg,
(brow yonr Deadlight
on oor sbop. We 'are
Experts at this business
and onr work Is
Ocala House Block
s? tit tips'
Geo. Hay Ho.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
i : i ATmrtnTo tit naasenffer
trains' aV OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as inform.ticn and not guar-
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am JacksonTille-NTTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm JaeksonTflle 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa- .
Manatee-St Petrsbrff 4:05 pm
2:55 em NTfork-St. Petrsbr I"1'
2:15 am Tampa JjUam
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pea
1:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbr 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LLKC K. w
- A TTT90
227 am Jacksonyflle-Nnrerk 2:23 am.
1:45 pm Jksonyuje-oamyruie
2:33 am SU'ettbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
Wi i ll :
ROAD S HE
3:24 pm StJ'etsDrg-iAKeiMa f"
7:10 am Dunne lion-Wilcox
7-25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pa
10:15 pm Leestrorg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesrille U:am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
TwKiay. Thursday. Saturday.
, Your competitor advertise. Do yon.
' promising. I think he mast be
OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, JUNE ti, 1921
If 7011 have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one. 1
The friends of Mrs. R. V.' Loveridge
will be sorry to learn of her illness.
If you smoke cigars why not 'get
the best? Ask for Garcia de Oro lOe
at all dealers. 5-tf
Miss Blair Woodrow will be hostess
tonight at the regular meeting 6f the
Bennett to Mr. Frank Dely. Mr. Ben- j Tff A CCfPfETI
nett will give his -sister away and! tMCLrlOiJir ifJi
Miss Elizabeth Bennett will be her
aunt's maid of honor.
Mr. Bernard Koonce spent the
week-end in the city a guest at the
home of his mother, Mrs. J. C. B.
If there's better bread and rolls
. made than we are making now, please
let us know. We will not be outdone
when it comes to real quality. Federal
Mrs. T. E. Bridges has gone to
Asheville, N. C, for the remainder of
Mr. W. M. Palmer is at home afte4
a week's absencs in New York.
1919 Hupmobile touring. Good tires,
top, etc., newly paitned, Al shape,
$625. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. tf
The many friends of Mrs. James
Pyles will be sorry to learn that she
is quite sick at her home on South
Miss Clarice Bailey of Oxford spent
a few days in Ocala last week at the
home of her aunt, Mrs. E. A. Snowden
and family. Miss Bailey left Sunday
evening for Gainesville, where she
will attend normal school for the
next eight weeks.
Miss Dot -Wilson of Bartow has re returned
turned returned home after a brief visit in
Ocala as the guest of Mistucille
Gissendaner. Miss Wilson came espe especially
cially especially to attend the house party given
at Woodmar last week.
Mr. Ralph Cullen returned home
last night from Amherst College to
spend the summer .at home with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cullen.
Mr. Cullen.was accompanied home by
a college mate, Mr. Bradford Will Williams,
iams, Williams, of Oklahoma, who will be his
guest for several weeks.
H A U L I N G Having secured a
large truck, I am now prepared to do
moving and heavy hauling on short
notice, L. E. Cordrey. Phone 434. lm
FOR RENT UK SALE A six-room
house. Jerry Burnett, No. 2 Fort
King Ave, or phone 73. 14-tf
FOR SALE Four-foot wood, both
oak and pine, delivered 'anywhere
in the city. L. X Home, phone
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
No use to worry over making
desserts these warm days when you
can get Danish Pastry made fresh
every morning at the Federal Bak Bak-'
' Bak-' ery. 14-6t
Mr. T. D. Bryan of Tampa, a for former.
mer. former. Ocalan, spent yesterday ia the
In order to make room for. our La Ladies'
dies' Ladies' midsummer HATS we are abso absolutely
lutely absolutely sacrificing our SPRING HATS.
Miss Rachel Veal spent the week weekend
end weekend with her parents at Cotton Plant.
Strong mission porch swings, com complete
plete complete with chains and put up, at $5.50.
Roberts & Spencer. 16-3t
Mr. R. Av Burford Jr. is in the city,
a guest at the home of, his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. JR, A. Burford Sr.
Misses Mamie Smedley and Maud
Lillian Little have returned from
Clearwater Beach, where they attend attended
ed attended the State Ep worth League Assem Assembly.
bly. Assembly. Miss Smedley was elected secre secretary
tary secretary for the Ocala District (North)
for the year 1921-22.
Mr. W. K. Zewadski is all smiles to today,
day, today, having received a telegram this
morning announcing the arrival of a
baby daughter in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski Jr., in Tampa.
Their scores of friends will learn with
much interest of this announcement.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Blalock and chil children
dren children are at Daytona Beach, enjoying
the many attractions of that popular
Mr. Lamar Olivei has been joined
by his wife and attractive little
daughter, Virginia. They are making
their home with Mrs. J. W. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gerig, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Miss Nellie Stevens, re returned
turned returned yesterday afternoon from Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, where the former attended the
druggists' convention. They made the
trip in the former's car, found good
roads and report a pleasant trip.
Mr. E. C. Bennett and daughter,
Miss Elizabeth Bennett, left yester yesterday
day yesterday for Roanoke, Va., where they
went 'especially to attend the wedding
of Mr. Bennett's sister. Miss Callie
Miss Sarah Dehon has returned
home from Connecticut, where she
has been for the past winter, attend
ing school. She stopped a few days
to visit friends in New Jersey. Miss
Sarah is a very popular young lady
and her friends are glad to have her
Friends of J. W. Davis Jr. will re regret
gret regret to learn that in the hour of his
expected leave for the R. O. T. C. at
Camp Knox, Ky., he received a letter
from the war department announcing
that action had been found necessary
in view of reduction in the R. O. T. C.
appropriation for the firscal year 1922
and that previous authority for at attendance
tendance attendance of members of the junior
division had been revoked by the war
department, except in cases involving
orders and transportation which can
not be recalled.
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. 16-6t
PRIVATE LESSONS in piano, vio violin
lin violin and voice. Terms reasonable. For
further information call Cevie Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, phone 305. 16-12t
FOR RENT Six room K house with
garage at 704 E. Third St. Apply
to Dr. J. W. Hood. Phone 195. 17-tf
WANTED Clerk for Saturdays and
Mondays. Apply to Fishel's. 18-3t
Miss Donnie Proctor went to
Gainesville Sunday. She is. enrolled
as a student for the summer course
at the university.
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY.& CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
FOR RENT Six room house, all
modern conveniences. Close to pri primary
mary primary school. Phone 210 or call at
515 Alvarez street for further par particulars.
ticulars. particulars. 18-3t
FOR RENT Modern five room fur
nished flat, whole or in part; con
veniently located. Adults. P. O.
Box 348. 20-6t
FOR RENT Three rooms nicely fur furnished
nished furnished for light housekeeping. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Mrs. Martha Williams, 503
Fort King Ave., phone 87. 10-tf
FOR SALE-pThree registered Poland
China pigs, two sows, one male, five
months old. Address, William Veal,
Cotton Plant, Fla. 20-12t
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed ..' $1.00
Cars Polished .0
Oklawaha Aye. &. Orange St
1917 Touring : $625.00
1916 Touring .$575.00
1918 Roadster $875.00
Mechanically O. K. Tires good.
i Terms to suitable parties.
J 16-tf Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
BUSINESS SERVICE BUREAU
Room 7, Merchants Block
PHONE 508, OCALA, FLA.
Residence Phone 593 and 98
C. Cecil Bryant
Gary Block, Over 10c Store
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-V. yur eyes, the win-
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DR. K. J. WEI HE,
Optometrist and' Optician
' PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the ,city.
Lots of 'Em.
English scientists are trying to de
velop a walking fish, says an exchange.
Shucks,!; the world is full of 'em only
they live on land. Detroit Free Press,
Cause -of Earthquakes.
Modem geological science holds that
earthquakes are due to "faulting."
"Faults" are breaks In the strata of
the earth's surface, the broken edges
slipping past each other so that the
same rock Is found at different levels
on opposite sides f the fault These
breaks create weak places In the
earth's crust, and from time to time
more slipping occurs. When this hap happens,
pens, happens, an earthquake of greater or less
violence Is the result.
Read the want ads.
Attractive ads. pay big dividends.
Increase your sales. .Advertise.
111 W. Broadway
Bay a Razor for
Less Than The
Price of a Shave
Razor and Blade
There's bo extra charge' for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
All viircia de Oro cigars spped in J
tinfoil 10c at all dealers. 5-tf
W. K. Lane, H. D, physician and
furgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose sad
fhroat. Ofice over 5 and II cent store,
i Ocala. Fla. Adv. tf
This is a Studebaker year.
BIGGEST AND BEST DRINK
That sodV water of ours has just
the right flavor to quench a big'
thirst. It's all in the mixing, in ex exact
act exact proportions, that give our soda
the uniformly distinctive flavor that
has made us famous for dispensing
the best. Every glassful has a soft,,
Notice is hereby given that on the
4th day of July, 1921, the board of
county commissioners ci Marion coun
ty, 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 prrperty, real or per
sonal, as fixed by the said county as
sessor of taxes, and for the purpose
of perfecting, reviewing and equaliz
ing 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.
T. D. Lancaster Jr., Clerk.,
By Edna Walker,
6-14-tf Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE OF SALE OF
SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS
Notice is hereby given that the
board of public instruction for Marion
county, Florida, will receive bids up
to 3 o'clock
July 4, 1921,
for the purchase of one or more of
the ten one thousand dollar bonds to be
issued by the Reddick Special Tax
Schoel District No. 6, Marion county,
Florida, said bonds bearing five per
cent interest, payable semi-annually,
maturing as follows:
One bond due and payable July 1st.
One bond due and 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 shonld be addressed to H. G.
Shealy, Ocala, Fla.
By order of the Board of Public
Instruction, Marion county, Fla- this
4t'.. day of May. 1921.
2--tf K. G. Shcaly. Sec'y.
TO THE PUBLIC
In order that all may share in the
big values being offered at the Sac Sac-.
. Sac-. rifice Sale, we want to announce that
in all probability the stock will r
"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.
Boy Scoirfs of America
A. R. Cassil, Scoutmaster
Meets every Friday night at the
Library, at 8:30 o'clock. .Visiting
bcouts are always welcome.
LAWTEY vs. OCALA
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
- Pitchers; Clemnents, King and Gates
At OcalajBaseball Park Game called at 4 p. m.
Arrived This Morning
Purchased for about 50, ceijts
on the Dollar. Fine qual qual-ity
ity qual-ity and a selection of
40 pretty patterns.
Worth 95 cents a yard
Special Beginning Monday
-The Fashion Center
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