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This afterno 83.
Everybody Else His Camp as "The
Day Apptches, is on the
. Rafd Edge
f (Asuted Press)
' Manhasset, Jj 29. Everybody in f
Carpentier's ca except Carpenrier
himself is getti nervous a.s the fight
day approachedGeorges is not wor worrying
rying worrying but havtlots of fan making
preparations. !expects io finish his
training tomorr afternocn.
Record of Cantier in Army and
New York, Jb 29. Georges Car Carpentier,
pentier, Carpentier, to therench people, is the
"Man of Destii' No more do they
doubt the abil of this man, deco deco-arted
arted deco-arted for brav during the world
war, to defeat :k Dempsey on July
2, than they deed the ability of the
allied armies fily to overcome Ger Germany.
many. Germany. They h followed the steady
rise of the yo pugilist from the
days when, as bantamweight, he
v first gained naial note. 1 hey have
studied accourof his history bsfore
that time. Ineir minds, Dempsey
will be unable fell this national
hero, just as rnan machine guns
which are saio have riddled his
plane repeated'ivere unable to bring
Carpentier's cial war record, in investigated
vestigated investigated recty, revealed that the
boxer spent lionths at the front,
. flying a two-sa observrtion plane.
Ha received th'roix de Cuerre and
' Jhe Medaille fcarire.
!" The record ss that Carpentier,
enlisting as ahauffeur in August,
, 1915. He was s with a s juadron to
the front, remng tluva months
and then was e;ned to general re re-.f
.f re-.f serve aviation k a$ a spare pilot.
. On August 1915, Carpentier
suffered a leg iry but recovered
rapidly and want to the front with
the Farman Esrille for reconnais reconnais-ance
ance reconnais-ance work in ?paration for the
Champagne offive, which began
Sept. 25, 1915.
Carpentier's lion, winch result resulted
ed resulted in the awasf the Croix de
Guerre, reads :?pt. 25, he did not
hesitate to flying misty weather
and rain less n 200 yards above
enemy lines, has given proof in
many circumstis of sang froid,
never returningtil his mission was
' accomplished, ci with his machine
riddled with bts and shell splin splinters."
ters." splinters." On Nov. 5, 19Carpentier received
thte Medaille Mire for heroic ac action.
tion. action. In Decer, 1916, he was
forced to quit front because of
illness and ne returned, in May,
v1917, being deed physically unfit
, to. continue asilot. He was de de-'
' de-' tached from aon and detailed as
army physical ructor near Paris.
" Six months af the armistice, he
was transferretck to the aviation
. and demobilized
V Carpentier's irteous demeanor
And evident cul, unusual in a
" rvAva f uctf v vac. Li liiii csciuit ill
America that hthe son of wealthy
t parents. This it so.
The son of a er, Carpentier was
bom in' Lens, troal mining center
of France on J&2, 1894. He start started,
ed, started, work as an o boy in a brewery.
The ring called in early age, How However,
ever, However, and wheny 14, he took up
boxing, then b popularized in
. France by "the is, of "Kid" McCoy
and other Amer fighters. At the
' same time, he vdancing and sing singing
ing singing in the cafes :restaurants of his
native Lens, witrancois Descamps,
." who has ever si been his compan companion,
ion, companion, guardian ananager. It was
Descamps who evered in Carpen Carpentier
tier Carpentier the requisit of a potential
boxer. He atteEd, one day, to
punish the youtHng boxing gloves
rather than thenerican "switch."
In the midst of tbheduled "punish "punishment,
ment, "punishment, Descampuates that "Car "Carpentier
pentier "Carpentier side-step with agilitv and
V. pouf the iightiddenly went out
I on me.
J From that mot, Georges was a
boxer. Descampsomewhat of a
fighter himself, : the youth into
his gymnasium 'train him. He
fought three fournd battles in that
first year and hital ring earnings
amounted to li He will receive
that much for eawo seconds of his
bout with Deny, provided the
match goes the staled 12 rounds.
7 Since that tii Carpentier has
climbed steadily slowly. Some-
. times, he has slip but the progress
STAR 111 REPORT
. The courtesy of the Associated
Press will enable the Star to publish
a report of the Carpentier-Dempsey
fight Saturday afternoon. The Star
will bulletin the dispatches as fast as
they come in and all its friends are
welcome to come and read them. The
dispatches are not likely to begin to
arrive before 2:30 p. m., perhaps a
little later. Unless the fight lasts
longer than is expected, the report
will be in Saturday evening's paper.
has been consistently forward and up upward.
ward. upward. He gained his first knockout
in 1908 when, as a bantamweight, he
stopped Moinereau in three rounds.
The same year, he defeated Salmon,
one of England's cleverest little men,
in 18 rounds. A short time later
he knocked out in one round eWtinck,
a lad who had almost held him even
two years before.
It was in 1909 that Carpentier de defeated
feated defeated Charlie Ledoux, famous French
bantamweight and the craftiest boxer
that the lad had men up to that time.
More fame followed when he defeated
Paul Til in 10 rounds, but soon after
Georges was knocked out by Gloria
in six rounds.
Carpentier met his first American
opponent, Frank Loughrey, in May,
1911, winning a decision. Meeting thS
1 l A ; i l l;
best of American boxers, including
Harry Lewis, a well-known middle middleweight,
weight, middleweight, the Dixie Kid, by whom he
was knocked out in five rounds, he
nevertheless developed steadily, gain gaining
ing gaining in weight, strength and cleverness
until he defeated Jim Sullivan for the
middleweight championship of Europe.
Two defeats at the hands of the
Americans Billy Papke and Frank
Klaus, marked his 1912 record. Papke
stopped Carpentier in 17 rounds and
Frank Klaus beat him on a foul when
the nimble-brained Descamps clam clambered
bered clambered into the ring- to save his protege
from a knockout.-
The two bouts with Bombardier
Wells, both of which the Frenchman
won by knockouts, featured his 1913
battles. Carpentier showed great
gameness in his first fight with Wells
when he was knocked down for the
count of nine in the first round but
came back to win in the fourth. The
second Wells battle was a Carpentier
victory in one round. In the same
year, he knocked outCyclone Smith,
Bandsman Rice and George Gunther.
Carpentier lost no ground in the
eyes of ring followers when defeated
by Joe Jeannette, the American negro
heavyweight early in 1914. It was to
his credit that he twice sent the negro
to the mat for counts of nine.
But the war was close at hand and
his six-round victory over Gunboat
Smith on a foul was his only impor important
tant important battle before the young French Frenchman
man Frenchman exchanged boxing gloves for an
airplane and machine gune. Exhibi Exhibitions
tions Exhibitions behind the line composed his
entire boxing activities until 1919
when, shortly after being discharged
from the service, he knocked out Dick
Smith in Paris. Since that time, his
battle with Joe Beckett, of England,
which he won in a round and that in
which he knocked out Battling Levin Levin-sky
sky Levin-sky in four rounds at Jersey City, N.
J., last summer, have been his only
contests of importance. The Levinsky
fight is the only one in which Ameri Americans
cans Americans have seen Carpentier in formal
action on this side of the water. It
was a fiasco, so far as a champion championship
ship championship test is concerned. The French Frenchman
man Frenchman will climb through the ropes on
July 2 an unknown quantity, so far as
the first-hand information of Ameri American
can American boxing fans is concerned.
DEMPSEY'S LAST WORKOUT
Atlantic City, N. J., June 29.
Dempsey began the last day of his
two months training grind this morn morning.
ing. morning. His last work-out this afternoon
probably will be indoors.
GREAT TROPICAL STORM
AT LARGE IN THE GULF
Washington, June 29. The tropical
disturbance apparently central this
morning over the Southwestern' Gulf
of Mexico northeast of Vera Cruz, is
moving northwestward, the weather
bureau announces. The disturbance is
of wide extent, attended by strong
shifting winds and gales.
This it a Studebaker yW. tf
GCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1921
AT Al wORK
Described in Detail to the Ocala Ro Rotary
tary Rotary Club Tuesday by Its
Prof. B. C. Riley, director of the
General Extension Division of the
University of Florida, addressed the
Ocala Rotary Club at its regular
weekly luncheon Tuesday at 1 o'clock.
Prof. Riley outlined the work of the
extension division, pointing out that
this department of the university is
carrying educational work to the peo people
ple people of Florida in a manner very much
like the'extension bureau of the agri agricultural
cultural agricultural college.
Prof. Riley pointed out, among
other things, that the General Exten Extension
sion Extension Division of the University is a
clearing house for all kinds of infor information
mation information and that the people of Florida
and of other states also are taking
advantage of this. The division will
answer inquiries from any one on. any
subject through the corps of profes professors
sors professors and experts of the university.
The publiqi welfare department of the
extension division, Mr. Riley stated, is
doing the most effective work in abol abolishing
ishing abolishing illiteracy in this state. Prof.
Riley called attention to illiteracy in
Massachusetts where the public school
system is reputed to be the best in
the United States, as compared with
Florida, where a thin population scat
tered over 58,000 square miles makes
an efficient school system to reach
all the people impossible. He stated
that in Massachusetts the percentage
of illiteracy at the beginning of the
world war was 11 per cent and that in
Florida with all of the shortcomings
of the school system the percentage
of illiteracy was only nine per cent.
The public welfare department of the
General Extension Division of the
University, Prof. Riley pointed out,
has enrolled for its correspondence
courses 5804 students, some of these
outside of Florida and a few in foreign
countries. Something like 150 differ different
ent different courses are offered the students.
At the luncheon, Rotarian Harry
Borland had as his guest Mr. W. E.
DuPree of Citra and Mr. D. S. Bor Borland
land Borland of Fort Myers; Rotarian John H.
Taylor had as his guest, Mr. Robert
Allen Burford, formerly, of Ocala,
now of Birmingham; Rotarian C. E.
Simmons had as his guest Mr. A. C.
Blowers of Ocala. Professor Riley was
the guest of the club. The luncheon
was presided over f by Rotarian Roy
FRENCH PEOPLE EAGER
FOR CARPENTIER TO WIN
Paris, June '28. "This fight has
done more to arouse interest in phys physical
ical physical culture than years of propa propaganda,"
ganda," propaganda," Gaston Vidal, French minister
of physica leducation, told the United
Press is an exclusive interview yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. "From the Alps to the Pyrennes
and from the English channel to the
Mediterranean," Re said, "the Carpen-tier-Dempsey
match is stirring France
as no athletic event in history ever
did stirring the nation as few inter international
national international events can."
"M. Zhack Demps" is as well known
and about as' cordially liked as the
former crown prince, it was stated.
Occasional pictures of the champion
thrown on the screens arouse the
French to a frenzy. These films, usu usually
ally usually followed by one. portraying the
smiling, blonde Carpentier send the
movie audiences home in a torment of
hope and fear.
Vidal has just completed a tour of
"Even in hamlets of 300, hidden
away in the Alps," he said, "I found
the peasants talking about the fight."
"Paris expects at least 100,000 to
wait for the result on screens before
the newspaper offices.
"If Carpentier wins Paris will, see
one of the greatest jubilations in hef
history, exceeded only by the armis armistice."
tice." armistice." SCOUTS ARE HAPPY
AT SILVER SPRINGS
The members of the Pine Tree pa patrol
trol patrol of Gainesville, now at Silver
Springs, report rapid progress to towards
wards towards their 4th of July demonstra demonstration.
tion. demonstration. They will give several interest interesting
ing interesting as well as instructive methods of
camping, life saving, swimming and
divmg.' Are you going to be at Silver
Springs July 4th and see how these
boys spend their spare time? The
program will start at 3 o'clock.
Read the want ads.
Old War Vessel has the Privilege of
Steaming Around in a
Newport News, June 29. Airplanes
from the Hampton Roads naval base
whirred to sea this morning at eight
o'clock to search for the radio con con-trolled
trolled con-trolled battleship, Iowa, which they
will theoretically attempt to sink with
dummy bombs after locating her.
More than 20 planes left the base and
they were joined by others from Lang Lang-ley
ley Lang-ley field and I orktown.
Contact with the radio controlled
battleship Iowa was established at
10:45 twenty miles off Winter Shoals.
The message received did not say
when the actual bombing started, but
officers here believe it began immed immediately.
iately. immediately. No advices were received
whether the airmen succeeded in hit hitting
ting hitting the moving target with their
The Iowa is free to go where she
will so long as she keeps within a
prescribed area. The bombing planes
must not come within less than 4000
feet of her while hurling the dummies.
SOME DAIRY POINTERS
(By Professor J. M. Scott, Florida
1. The individual cow is the foun foundation
dation foundation of, dairying.
2. The dairy is a factory, and like
all factories, the larger the production
of each machine (the individual cow)
the lower is the cost of production.
3. Only by keeping records of pro production
duction production can the value of individual
cows be known.
4. The feeding of scrub cows and
the "scrub" feeding of good cows are
two of the commonest mistakes in
5. Save all heifer calves from the
best producing cows in the herd to
replace the unprofitable cows.
6. Use a good sire. Without a
good sire improvement in the herd is
7. Get rid of the unprofitable cows
in the dairy. The milk scales and
Babcock test will point them out.
8. Proof that kindnes and regu regularity
larity regularity in milking and feeding is appre appreciated
ciated appreciated by the dairy cows will be shown
in the larger flow of milk.
9. Don't milk average cows. They
return no profit. Keep only the best.
10. Grow plenty of feed for the
dairy herd. Feeding from the sack
takes the biggest part of the profits.
11. Every dairyman should have a
12. Good milk cannot be produced
in unsanitary surroundings.
13. It is not a question of how
many cows you can support, but how
many cows it will take to support you.
14. Profit by the experience of
others. Have the courage to change
faulty methods for better ones.
THE COLORED PEOPLE
Communist Party Will Yef Succeed in
Having Many Peaceable
New York, June 29 Morris Sorner,
a clothing cutter, was arrested today
on charges of distributing circulars
exhorting negroes to mob violence.
The circulars, which were signed
"Executive Committee, Communist
Party of America," charged that the
business men of Tulsa, Okla., provok provoked
ed provoked and participated in the recent riot
there. Somer told the police he was
employed by persons unknown to him
to distribute the pamphlets and de declared
clared declared he did not know the nature of
DECLINED TO MEET
VALERA IN DUBLIN
Sir James Craig, Premier of Ulster.
Turned the Invitation
Belfast, June 29. Sir James Craig,
Ulster premier, declined today the in invitation
vitation invitation extended him by Eamonn de
Valera to meet de Valera in Dublin.
The invitation was contained in a let letter
ter letter to the Ulster premier and four
other eminent Irishmen outside de
Valera's party, asking them to meet
him at the Mansion House in Dublin
Monday for, a conference.
BILL TAFT FAVORED
Country Would be Well Pleased if He
Succeeded White as Member of
the Supreme Court
Washington, June 29. Recent de de-developments
developments de-developments revived speculation here
today regarding the possible choice in
the near future of a chief justice, of
the United States to succeed the late
Justice White. There is no definite
indication as to who will be named,
although in recent gossip William H.
Taft has been most in prominence. It
is understood, endorsements of the
former president have come from
prominent lawyers in all parts of the
COMMITTEE WAYS AND MEANS
An unexpected meeting of the
House ways and means committee was
called for early today to pass finally
on the permanent tariff bill which
le darsn eadhpeanld,kcfpenvl '4..
leaders had planned to introduce in
the House this afternoon. Under
altered plans it is hoped to get the
measure formally before the House at
5 x- m.
INTEREST ON FOREIGN DEBTS
Approximately one billion dollars
interest was owed the United States
by European debtor nations up to
about May 15th, treasury officials
told the Senate finance committee to today,
day, today, explaining the bill to give the
secretary of the treasury broad au authority
thority authority in funding allied debts.
PRESIDENT WANTS CONGRESS CONGRESSIONAL
IONAL CONGRESSIONAL OPINION ON WORLD
"It is wholly desirable to have an
expression of favorable opinion on the
part of Congress relating to world dis disarmament,
armament, disarmament, and it would seem to be
ample if it should be expressed in the
broadest and most general terms,"
President Harding today wrote Repre Representative
sentative Representative Mondell, republican leader
in the House.
"I am vastly more concerned with
the favorable attitude of Congress on
(his question than I am as to the form
of expressing that attitude," the pres president
ident president wrote. "You may be sure the
executive will be ready to give every
consideration to iuch an expression as
the members o&tbe two houses of
Congress find tmselves disposed to
SELECTING THE NATIONAL
HOME FOR THE MOOSE
1 (Associated Press)
Toledo, June 29. The selection of
a t site for the national Moose home is
up for discussion at today's session of
the 33rd annual convention of the
Loyal Order of Moose, in session here.
A decision is not looked for, however,
until after the convention adjourns
Friday and reconvenes at Moosehart,
111., Saturday. Several Florida cities
are in the contest for selection as the
BIG CONSPIRACY OF
TURKS AND BOLSHEVIK I
Constantinople, June 29. A Turko Turko-Bolshevik
Bolshevik Turko-Bolshevik plot of vast proportions has
ben discovered by the allied authori authorities
ties authorities here, it was announced today.
Numerous arrests have been made,
including the alleged ring leader of
the movement, a man named Augen Augen-blick.
blick. Augen-blick. ARE TRYING TO HAVE
Jersey City, June 29. A committee
representing the Clergymen's Commu Community
nity Community Club of Jersey City has been se selected
lected selected to lay before Prosecutor Gar Gar-van
van Gar-van today arguments for an indict indictment
ment indictment against Dempsey, Carpentier,
their managers and Rickard. Mean Meantime
time Meantime other representatives will appeal
to he supreme court at Trenton to
stop the fight.
The bill of complaint laid before the
prosecutor charged the principals and
their promoters with conspiring to
pervert the boxing or sparring law,
also to violate the crimes act prohibit prohibiting
ing prohibiting prize fighting. Assistant Prosecu Prosecutor
tor Prosecutor Clark told the complainants he
would appea- before the grand jury
Say it plain when you ask yrsr
grocer for FEDERAL bread, and in insist
sist insist upon having it. 21-Ct
Partly cloudy weather
ers tonight or Thursday,
with local thunder show-
NO. J 53
OF MOBE THAU THE
Are Going to be the Measures Brought
Before the Board of Trade
The Board of Trade meets tonight
at 8 o'clock when the members will be
asked to decide upon what apprepria apprepria-tion
tion apprepria-tion shall be requested of the city and
county for 1922. The meeting will
be asked to indorse the Bankhead Bankhead-Borah
Borah Bankhead-Borah bill providing for the reclama reclamation
tion reclamation of lands in the South. This bill
vas introduced in Congress to take
the place of the Smith-McNary bill
which would make appropriation for
the reclamation of lands in western
states only. It will be proposed at
tonight's meeting; also, that there be
organized ha the city and presidents'
and secretaries committee to be com composed
posed composed of presidents and secretaries of
the various organizations in Ocala, for
the purpose of keeping these organi organizations
zations organizations in touch with each other, and
that their programs of activity might
not overlap, and that a duplication of
effort, and therefore, of expenditures
might be avoided. The matters to be
submitted tonight are of more than
ordinary importance and it is urged
that there be full attendance.
WEEKLY SHOOT HELD UNDER
BAD WEATHER CONDITIONS
Wind and rain seriously interfered
with the shooters at the Ocala Gun
Club yesterday afternoon, some of
them being unable to finish the shoot
on account of the weather. However,
Dr. E. B. Lytle seemed immune to bad
conditions, making 46 clean breaks
out of 50 shots. The scores follow:
Dr. E. B. Lytle 46 x 50
Bruce Meffert 42 x 50
Junie Perkins ...41 x 50
C. A. Fort 40 x 50
Dr. E. G. Peek 38 x 50
J. Chas. Smith 35 x 50
T. M. Kilgore 35 x 60
Ed Tucker 34 x 50
E. B. Walling 30 x 50
W. P. Preer 25 x 50
Carl Ray 15 X 25
Nathan Mayo 13 x 25
Ted Drake .12 x 25.
H. A. Waterman 7 x 25
THE ANTI-NARCOTIC LAW
Apparent There are Many Delinquents
in Paying Federal Taxes 1
Jacksonville, June 29. Collector D.
T. Gerow says that section 1006 of the
revenue act of 1918, commonly called
the Harrison anti-narcotic law, im imposes
poses imposes a special tax on dealers, dis dispensers
pensers dispensers and prescribers of narcotics.
"That on or before July 1st of each
year every person who imports, man manufactures,
ufactures, manufactures, produces, compounds, sells,
deals in, dispenses or gives away
opium or cocoa leaves, or any com compound,
pound, compound, manufacture, salt, derivative,
or preparation thereof, shall register
with the collector of internal revenue
of this district, his name or style,
place of business, and place or places
where such business is to be carried
cn, and pay the special tax hereinaf hereinafter
ter hereinafter provided as follows":
Importers, manufacturers and com compounders
pounders compounders pay a tax of $24 per annum;
wholesale dealers, $12 per annum; re retail
tail retail dealers, $8 par annum; practition practitioners,
ers, practitioners, $3 per annum; dealers in pare paregoric
goric paregoric and other untaxed narcotic pre preparations,
parations, preparations, $1 per annum.
From the number of applications
for registration and taxer, paid to
date, the indications are that there
will be many delinquents in this dis district,
trict, district, and he urges all of the above
class of taxpayers to make their re returns
turns returns and pay taxes on or before July
lt.t to avoid a statutory penalty.
It is unlawful for any of the above
class of taxpayers to prescribe, to
manufacture or dispense any of the
narcotics or preparations coming un under
der under the Harrison narcotic law with without
out without first registering and paying a spe special
cial special tax as classified above.
MR. PARKER ASKS
FOR A CORRECTION
Editor Star: Please allow a correc correction
tion correction in your news item of 25th inst,
of the killing of J. B. Canington by
A. L. Parker. A. L. Parker lived at
Orange Lake and nat Mcintosh. Said
J. B. Canington met his death in a
cow lot end on A. L. Parker's land
and not in J. JS. Canington' house or
yard. A. LParker.
Nothing better than Danish Pastry
for an afternoon social event. Federal
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WILL CLOSE JULY 4
FINDS ONLY ONE FAULT
Us patriotic Americans have been
so busy jawing about the prize fight
that we have almost forgotten the
4th of July.
In the belief that the wife's place is
in the home and not in the school schoolroom,
room, schoolroom, the Chicago school board has
dismissed all married teachers and
replaced them by single women.
Certain natives of South Africa
brew a drink which- reverses the
motor nerves, causing drikers to walk
backward. The liquor is made of the
fruit of the cashew tree.
Two out of every three "persons in
the world are unable to read and
write, and one billion of fhe billion
six hundred million persons in the
world are non-Christian. ;
The Passion Play is to be r??vived at
Oberammergau in 1922 when it is
planned to give thirty performances.
Eighty-two men, formerly actors in
the play, were killed during the world
Chas M. Dawes, -controller of the
budget, is the man who said before a
congressional committee a few weeks
ago: "Hell we were not there to save
money; we were there to win a war
Mr. Gompers says that Mr. Hearst
is an enemy to Ireland. And here the
rest of us have been believing that his
great passion is hate for Great Brit
ain! Jacksonville Metropolis.
Hearst hates Britain and harms
A Philadelphia man lost his life re recently
cently recently while attempting to chloroform
an aged pet cat. The cat scratched
and struggled as he tried to admin
ister the chloroform. The fumes be
came so dense the man fell uncon
scious and died. The cat escaped!
In the symposium on the Japanese
American question, gathered by Cor
nelius Vanderbilt Jr., our Senator
Fletcher says: "I am in favor of ex
elusion of all Orientals. I do not base
it on the ground of inferiority, and I
do not consider that such an attitude
is implied by that action. Those people
are simply different from oHir people
different in nature, traditions, relig religion,
ion, religion, ideals of government, prejudices,
hopes and desires. They are different
people and could never assimilate. It
is not well for them or us to attempt
or permit a course that will lead to
Editor Star: Please find enclosed
$3 to pay my subscription to the Star.
I value the Star and enjoy your writ writings
ings writings and admire your style. However,
there is just one thing I have against
you: I have not been able to under understand
stand understand how you, an all-wool and yard-
wiae American, soutnern wnite man,
and democrat, could take sides against
Josephus Daniels in favor of Admiral
Sims whose warp and woof is only
"'alf and 'alf" at best, to say nothing
of his rottenness in politics and his
hatred of the South and all things
Southern. But we all err; no man is
infallible. Not even St. Paul or King
Solomon were good enough nor wise
enough to escape error. But they
were both good enough and' wise
enough to see their mistakes. You
might imitate either and it would
suffice. You might see a new light
and quit kicking against the pricks
like Paul. Now King Solomon was a
wiser man than Paul, but he cut the
fool by making entangling alliances
with a thousand women, some of them
speaking foreign tongues that he
probably did not understand and could
not always tell wnetner they were
talking love or giving him "down the
country" for rendering to them only
one-thousandth of the conjugal bliss
belonging to the one wife system. But
if Solomon wrote all he is accredited
with he did tacitly admit various er
rors. Thi3 is all you need do. Just
follow the lead made by Admiral Sims
himself. When meeting the president
anent his reprimand he acknowledged
that he got what he deserved. Your
friends and brother democrats won't
be hard to place. Respectfully,
J. R. Wilder.
Anthony, Fla., June 28.
l hanks, iriend Wilder, for your
good opinion, your criticism and last
ly the cnecK. u no one round any
more lauit witn us than you do, we
would .think the milleniurn had arriv arrived.
ed. arrived. We can't help wondering, how however,
ever, however, where you obtained he idea that
Admiral Sims hated the' South. We
never heard of it before, and since
nearly every Southern paper of prom prominence
inence prominence sides with him in this last
controversy, we'll advise that you
hunt the recesses of your mind to dis discover
cover discover if you are not mistaken.
The following firms have signified
their intention of closing their places
of business all day on next Monday,
Rheinauer & Company, Teapot Gro
cery, U-Serve Stores (two). E. T. Hel Hel-venston,
venston, Hel-venston, H. B. Masters Company,
Jake Goldman, Frank's. Guarantee
Clothing & Shoe Company, Parker &
Guynn, George Mac Kay & Company,
Marion Hardware Company, Fishel's,
Clarkson Hardware Company, Cres
cent Grocery, Cook's Market, H. B.
Whittington, Marsh's Market, II. A.
Waterman, Walkley & Barnett, B.
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to extend thanks to my two
physicians for the wonderful treat treatment
ment treatment and goodcare they took of me
during my long illness. They are two
of the most wonderful doctors in
Ocala and I feel that I owe my life to
the two doctors and God. I also ex
tend my thanks to the matron and
nurses of the hospital for their kind kindness
ness kindness and good care to me. I am so
thankfu lto all. Alice Vancise.
The exact thing you want you will
find at Hooper's Milady Beauty Par
lors. We are now equipped to furnish
you any line in cosmetics that you
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
used Cars for sale
Cars Washed $1.00
Cars Polished -50
Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St
are looking for. Our cosmetician is
able to give the very best in skin and
scalp treatment, manicuring, sham shampooing.,
pooing., shampooing., etc. Electrolysis wort done
HOT, DIZZY FEELING
Atlanta Laclj'i Uncomfortable and
Annoying Condition Relieved,
She Says, by Cardoi.
Atlanta, Ga. Miss Alice Frances
Young, of 28 East Alexander Street,
this city, says: "After entering wo womanhood,
manhood, womanhood, I suffered so much with
womanly weakness. My back ached.
I would have, at certain times, a hot
feeling that seemed to go to my head.
Even my shoulders would hurt, and it
made me very dizzy and uncomfort uncomfortable.
able. uncomfortable. When the blood would flow to
my head I suppose t'aat was what It
was I would faint and feel so weak.
"I couldn't do my work. I had a
good position, and this was surely
annoying as well as embarrassing. I
would usually have to go home and
go to bed. I certainly suffered greatly.
"I heard of Cardul, and my mother
bought It for me. It was the first and
only medicine that ever did me any
good for this trouble."
Dizziness, headache, sideache, back-
i, ache, tired-out feeling and otLer dis
agreeable symptoms are often signs of
womanly troubles. Thousands of wo-
imen who formerly suffered from these
.and similar ailments have found Car
dul a very valuable remedy.
Cardui Is composed only of pure.
vegetable Ingredients which have long
been recognfzed as of medicinal value
in the treatment of many diseases and
disorders peculiar to women.
Your druggist sells It. NC-140
Consider the ant and its ways. A
$100,000 exchange building in Wich
ita, Kansas, is threatened with de destruction
struction destruction by hords of ants, driving up
ward from the earth through mud
tubes. Oaken lumber stored under
the building has been practically con consumed
sumed consumed and the ants have tunneled as
fas as the second floor following pipe
lines. Fly paper placed in the path of
the ants was bridged with dirt by the
A REAL BARGAIN
A good six-room cottage on corner
lot, on one of city's best streets,
close to town and very hands to both
primary and high schools. All modern
conveniences and connected with city
sewer system. For quick sale will
take $1700, $1000 cash, time on bal balance.
ance. balance. One of the best real estate
bargains in town. Address, Box 609,
I Attoutto Grrr vV re oor I
Ut CQVAfc-a IrA -CVWO fc tURSt J
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It is now possible to send a crew crew-less
less crew-less vessel as far as radio impulses
will carry. The same means can be
used In sending a giant torpedo
against a. foe regardless of how far
distant the enemy might be, provided
he is within reach of the radio. In
vessels the device is attached to the
fuel engine, the water engine and the
steering mechanism, making it possi
ble to guide, fuel and water by radio.
This system is being used to drive and
guide the battleship, Iowa, the target
of many airplanes off the Virginia
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
No use to "mess up" with that
Ocala youth, who at his first "snoot,"
manager to crack fourteen out of fif fifteen
teen fifteen clay "birds." Times-Union.
And, don't forget it, the boy's
father, instead of keeping him away
from a gun, taught him how to handle
A. E. GERIG
Lacota, June 26. The drouth
broken yesterday when this
was visited by a good rain.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Worth are at
Umatilla with their daughter during
Mr. Tom Randall and family were
guests of Mr. J. H. Randall today.
T. L. Randall, M. W. Randall, O. L.
Randall, Marion Holly and Foyd
Holly took a nice splash in the Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha river Sunday afternoon.
Mr. aMrion Holly's Ford was struck
by lightning while under a shed at
Cam's island. No damage was done.
The date for the picnic at Lacota
church has been changed. It will be
held Saturday, July 2nd.
C. Cecil Bryant
Gary Block, Over 10c Store
for Expert Vulcanizing,
throw your Headlight
on oor shop. We are
Experts at this business
and oor work is
Ocala House Block
Bring us your
and Auto Repairing
AUTOGENOUS WILDING CO.
& Orange Sr.
in all forms; alsiair restoring made
a specialty. Phor72. 112 Fort King
avenue. The shtwhere the children
like to go, 27-tf
I: Geo. Ma(ay S Co.
II AR IV ARE V
HIGH GR3E PAINT
Goodyear Tires That Are Eva
Better Than Befor
We are building better Goodye
Tires for passenger cars today than
have ever built before. In the pi
few months we have added to the
value time and time again makij
them larger, stronger, heavier, al
even more durable. We believe i
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DISTRIBUTOR OF GOODYEAR TIRES
North Main St
JKe empty cX
li c eloquent of good c v 7Y1
vs gratefully received jj'
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JU5E 2$, 1521
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DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
We Specialize on
Ford and Chevrolet
COPER Cord Non-Skid Tires, 30x3 1-2.
8000 Mile Guarantee, $18
DIAMOND Plain Tread 30x3, $12.50
POLARINE Heavy Oil. five gallons, $3.50
We buy and sell second hand Ford Cars
Jas. Engesser, Prop.
lif Phone 258 Night Phone 533
will sell you and deliver
'ive gallons kc:sene 90c All former 20c. pkgs....l5c
ard Compound ........12c Clo verbloom Butter, lb.. 40c.
ure Lard 2 lbs. for 35c Three Argo Starch 25c
tfhite Bacon, per lb.. ..17!4 One doz. Argo Starch... 95c
mpked Bacon Squares 22 c Evaporated peaches, lb.. 15c
moked Country Hams.. 33c Prunes, per lb 20c
)ctagon Soap 8c o Ck for 21c Qt. jars Honey 65e
Sxport Borax Soap 1 doz 55c Qt. cans or bot. Syrup .30c
Jherry Bell Flour 24 lbs $1.35 Pint cans Syrup 15e
'herry Bell Flour 12 lbs 80c Syrup drawn from
' V. Baker's Cocoa V2 lb... 30c barrel, per gal. . . .75c
V. Baker's Cocoa 1 lb... 53c Cheese per lb 25c
Senate Coffee, 1 lb 40c Firestone Tires, 30x3. $10.95
enate Coffee, 3 lbs $1.15 Firestone Tires, 30x3 13.95
teddick PNut Butter lib 30c Grey" Tubes, 30x3 $2.15
Evaporated Milk, tall 13c Grey Tubes, 30x3 $2.55
Evaporated Milk, small... 7c Red Tubes 30x3 $2.65
Uneeda Biscuits, and all Red Tubes, 30x3 $3.10
10 c. pkgs 8c 3 for 20c. Sugar, 14 pounds $1.00
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163
The American Legion picnic and
boat trip, which was to have been
held tomorrow afternoon, has been
postponed until a later date.. In view
of the fact that the funeral of Lieut.
Wiley Burford will take place in Ar Arlington
lington Arlington cemetery, Washington, D. C,
at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon, and the
funeral of Mr. D. W. Davis, father of
Mr. Norton Davis, a member of the :
Marion county post of the legion, will
take place tomorrow morning, Com Commander
mander Commander Moremn, of Marion County
ost No. 27, makes the following an announcement:
nouncement: announcement: "Because of the funeral of Lieut.
Wiley Burford, which takes place in
Arlington National cemetery, Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D. C, tomorrow afternoon, and
because of the funeral tomorrow
morning of Mr. D. W. Davis, father of
Mr. Norton P. Davis, a member of the
Marion County Post No. 27, 'the
legion picnic and boat ride, which was
to have been held tomorrow afternoon,
has been postponed until a later date.
This action is taken as a tribute to
Lieut. Burford, who gave his life
overseas and an act of respect for the
father of a fellcw legionnaire.
"C. W. Moremen,
MEETING OF AUCTION CLUB
Boy Soots of America
A. .Casvjl, Si ut in ster
Meet:very FiiJay ni-ht at the
Libraryt 8:30 o'clmk Visiting
' Scouts 2 always welcome.
111 W. Broadway
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE iiacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalm era
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
1 Some FACTS About 1
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Here are authentic figures from the Ford factory at Detroit.
They show you just how many Ford cars, and trucks have been
built each month since January 1, 1921, and how many have been
sold to retail customers, in the United States.
Canvass of 7,847 Editors Shows
7,393 Communities Against
ANTIS LOSE THREE STATES.
Miss Margaret Jackson was hostess
last night at the meeting of the Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening auction club, which she
entertained at the home of Mrs. J. W.
Davis on North Main street.
There were three tables of players,
one being composed of visitors, who
were Misses Dorothy Schreiber, Adele
Bittinger, Onie Chazal. Marian Dewey,
Mrs. W. A. Wilds and Mrs. A. N.
Withers. The three tables were ar arranged
ranged arranged in the parlor of the Davis
home, which was attractively deco
rated with cut flowers and ferns.
At the conclusion of the games the
scores were taken and Misses Louise Louise-Spencer
Spencer Louise-Spencer and Adele Bittinger, the high
scorers, were each given a silver pen pencil.
cil. pencil. Misses Dorothy Schreiber and
Marian Dewey, who scored lowest,
each received a dainty emory bag.
Miss Jackson served a frozen salad
course, ice tea, sandwiches, etc. These
Tuesday gatherings are always most
enjoyable but the one last evening
seemed unusually pleasant.
Total Production 127,074 Total Retail Sales 208,032
howing that actual sales lor the first three months of 1921
?eded production by 80,958 Ford cars and trucks!
! April requisitions already specify 107,719 additional cars
id trucks and the estimated April output of the factory and as as-imbly.
imbly. as-imbly. plants combined calls foronly 90,000!
These facts clearly show that the demand for Ford products
-growing much faster than manufacturing facilities to produce
id were it not for the dealers limited stocks, which are no
g rapidly depeleted, many more customers wou
mpelled to wait for their cars. It will b
ieks, therefore, until a big surplus
ng like prompt deliveries
If you won
a want it,,
Utah, Undr Mtmwn Influence, Only
Commonwealth ts Adopt Prohibi Prohibition
tion Prohibition Measur During Year.
"I tebaece going- te have Its scalp
added te the beit of tie prohibitionist
betid that f the lamented but a
yet not altogether late aicehoir la
the question asked by Garret Seal Ox
In an article In the current Issue ef
The writer reaches the concloaios
that while there has been Increased
agitation and legislative activity en
the subject of tobacco following the
success of the drive for prohibition
of liquor the efforts of reformers seek seeking
ing seeking to abolish tobacco have no general
support. This opinion is based on the
results of the questionnaires on the
subject sent out to newspaper editors
of the country by the Press Service
Company of New York City..
The questions asked were:
(1) Do jou favor the enactment of
laws prohibiting the personal use cf
tobacro by adults?
(2) In your judgment does the gen general
eral general sentiment of your community
favor such legislation?
(3) Is the use of tobacco personal'
ly objectionable to you?
No arguments accompanied the ques questions
tions questions and from their form it wss im impossible
possible impossible for any editor to determine
the attitude of the questioners.
Out of 12,518 editors questioned.
7347 replied according to the summary
given. These editors. It is estimated,
represent a combined circulation of
21,870.046. Of the 7,847 editors reply replying,
ing, replying, 7,393, or 95 per cent, represent
public sentiment in their communities
as opposed to anti-tobacco legislation.
Only 260 editors, or 8 per cent of
those replying believed there was any
considerable sentiment favorable to
tobacco prohibition. There were 174,
or 2 per cent, in doubt, while 20 failed
to record their judgment.
Editors' Judgment Unbiased
"It Is of special Interest to note
that 509 editors in snswering the first
question, personally favored such
legislation, although only 260 of them
reported that public opinion also fa favored
vored favored the prohibition ef tobacco an
indication of the conscientious effort
made by the editors to distinguish pub public
lic public opinion from their own personal
opinions," the article continues.
"The highest percentage of replies
reporting public opinion favorable to
prohibition of tobacco came from Utah,
where 42 per cent of the editors
thought the public were for such a
movement Utah Is the only state
which has since adopted an antl antl-clgarette
clgarette antl-clgarette law. The result was fore forecast
cast forecast by several of the editors who
stated that the Influence of the Mor Mormon
mon Mormon Church was against tobacco. The
Mormon Church Is also strong in Idaho,
which is the other state where the use
ef tobacco was recently prohibited,
but the governor has signed the bill
just pa seed, in which the prohibitory
legislation Is repealed. In this state
89 per cent of the editors estimate
sentiment In their communities as
against tobacco prohibition, which,
nevertheless, is 6 per cent bslew the
average reported opposition.
"The legislature of Tennessee some
weeks ago passed and the governor
has signed a bill repealing the anti-
cigarette law ef that state. The ques
tionnaire showed 93 per cent of Its
editors believed the public against
anti-tobacco legislation. The legisla legislature
ture legislature of Arkansas has also passed a
bill repealing its anti-cigarette law. In
this state 94 per cent ef the editors
reported against tobacco prohibition.
' Arizona's Practical Jefce
"A bin. Introduced la the current
session ef the legislature of Arizona
to prohibit smoking la public dining
rooms and other public places, was
first amended to prohibit the ca sump sumption
tion sumption in public of 'peanuts, chewing
gum, tea and coffee and then defeated
by the senate. The questionnaire
returns from tkst state were t per
"In Iowa where tike 'no's were 95
per cent a bill to repeal the anti-
cigarette law has been passed sod
signed by the governor.
MA bill to repeal the anti-cigarette
law in Kansas, with 89 per cent 'no's,'
is receiving the attention ef its legis
lature. Last year a petition for a
rexersnauin in wTiDftPg
use of terscCA"rfV
WHITE 'STAR LONE
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issaed oa Cotton, Aatomobilee, Etc
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Pianos and Organs -:- Phonographs and Records
Sewing Machines and Supplies ''
Expert Repairing of Phonographs, Sewing Machines,
Organs and Pianos
CASH OR TERMS Thank yon for your patronage
306 North Magnolia Street
yT -t-. "TV -a
' YOUNG-MERRIN CO.
CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida
Surveys Plats Reports
Highways Drainage Phosphate
Capt. Edward Drake Is associated
with us and in charge cf oar. Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.
Olllces, 33-34 Holder Dldg. Phone No. 54)
THE 'WINDSOR HOTEL
In the heart of the city with Hemming. Park for .a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service la
second to none
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH
COCXTT FINANCIAL STATEMENT
W. W. Striata. Tss Celleeter, tm Ae Ae-es
es Ae-es with Martoa Caaaty, Far
- the Col lectio a af Tazes
Licenses collected 44.00
Caaarr Koad Fa ad
Dlatrte '. 1 Fa a
Uheoa a. w
Prtw1.. 'Jr .f that r.'T,
g ported M V
ZZi sufficient Srte. 2T
tKe aoestlon l-t:Sositor
rini th q" .w- dtBy oev
r cent ox v"" n. recc' ,,
Notice la hereby given that the board
of county commtosloners of Marlon
county. Florida, until i o'clock: p. m. on
the th day ot July. 1921. at Che offlca of
the clerk of the said board at the Mar Marlon
lon Marlon county court house tn Ocala. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, will receive etJALED BIDS tor
all or any part of the .bonds of such
county authorised bj an election held
April 20th. 1920. said bonds betas; par particularly
ticularly particularly described as follows:
All of said bonds being- dated July
1st. 1920, In the denomination of one
thousand dollars each; all bearing-
per cent Interest per annum from their
date; one hundred and forty of said
bonds xnaturine- Ats year from their
date, two hundred of said bonds mi
turtng ten years from their date and
two hundred and twenty of said bonds
maturing: fifteen years from their date;
interest on all of said bonds belnr pay payable
able payable jiemi-aimually on the first day of
January and the first day of July of
each year. The Interest coupons due
January 1st. 192L. and July 1st. 1921.
will be detached before the sale or de delivery.
livery. delivery. The said bids will b received
by se1d board, with the understand tng
that the bonds will be deU-vered. and
the amount of successful .bid or bids
paid over after the 9th day of July
and before the 10th day of Auxuet.
A certified check, satisfactory to the
said board, for a sum equal to one per
cent of the amount of bid. must be de delivered
livered delivered with eacb bid as security to In Insure
sure Insure compliance therewith, la the event
same is accepted.
The said board reserves Ufe right to
relect anv or all blda
THE BOARD OF COUNTY OOMlfTH OOMlfTH-OVERS
OVERS OOMlfTH-OVERS Or MARION OOUNTT.
By T. D. LANCASTER JR..
Ten- v -o:
. aiiur aJi im in
the y..T. D. LANCASii-"-
t 23 Clerk care-" Hrk-
snoears. m m
' : v..ss ana r (cnsw txi. -r d. 112
nessee. ---j-- te ufj ? aStEB.
I . .ml. - ,. r.nl
Marion County Post No". 27 is sav saving
ing saving a boat trip and moonlight picnic
down Silver Springs run on Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Jane 30, at 3:30 p. m., returning
about 10:30 o'clock. A cordial invi invitation
tation invitation is extended to members of the
auxiliary to be present as oar guests.
We would like to ask each lady to
prepare lunch for two or more. Each
legionaire can bring a lady friend or
ex-service man as his guest without
any extra charge.
Come one fellows, get ready to go
and have 'a real good time.
Get your tickets from the entertain entertainment
ment entertainment committee. 21-3t-eod
zz r rrZU4an aai
Lane, M. u pj
-rialiat eve. ear
Notice Is hereby rren that the Joard
of Public InstructJoB for Mroo county
wllrecetv applications for tottta tba
dormitory another year at its
nSettnr July &. 121- Anyone rT
nVk atsjllcatlon. may eppear before
l? 't-Tliwi nreaent cbetr proposition.
It wiy h- a- SHEALT. escy.
in 'r JLn aa
latores la T..
1 mdi recetT
OCALA EVENING STAR. WEDNESDAY- rJ2CE 1121
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mrs- W. D. Shephmard and
daughter, Maryr have returned
home from a visit in Gainesville, as
guests at the home of Mr. Shephard's
parents, Dr. and Mrs. Bodiford.
Let us deliver your grocery order
with your fresh meats each morning.
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 2Sf
, Mr. and Mrs. W. R, Reaves and
family are among our recent newcom
ers. They are comfortably located at
the home of Mrs. Frank Lytle on
South Sanchez street.
, Ask your next door neighbor what
she thinks of FEDERAL rolls. She's
been asing them a long time and is a
competent judge. 21-6t
Mrs. Jean Conoley leaves the latter
part of the week for Texas, where she
will visit friends for several weeks.
Get your figs, California grapes,
and plums and Georgia peaches at the
Dixie Fruit Store, next to gas office. 3t
Mrs. Mary Green Chambers leaves
Friday for Greenville, S. C, where she
will visit her son, Mr. George Cham Chambers
bers Chambers for two weeks. Mr. Chambers is
in the government sanitarium at that
Boiled ham and chipped dried beef
are just the things for a luncheon
these warm days. Main Street Mar
ket, phone 08. ' 28-tf
Messrs. Norton P.. Davis and Whit
field Palmer arrived in Ocala this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from Columbia, S. C, where
they, went Monday morning to accom accompany
pany accompany home the body of the former's
father, Mr. D. W. Davis, who died
suddenly Sunday night on the train
between Washington and Columbia,
The funeral services will take place in
the morning at 10 o'clock from the
Davis residence on East Third street,
Our fresh meats as well as our gro
ceries are the best in the land. Prompt
delivery anywhere in the city. Main
Street Market. Phone 108. 28-tf
Friends of Mr. Weller Carmichae
will learn with much interest that
during the absenae of his father, Mr
Ed Carmichael, he will take entire
.charge of Silver Springs on a lease
basis. There is no doubt but that
Weller will maintain the same high
standard for Silver Springs that his
father has, and make a success of the
venture. He has the best wishes of
Mrs. R. A. Floyd, accompanied by
Miss Donnie Sims and little Miss Vir
ginia Carmichael, leave Sunday for
Muskogee, Okla. Mrs. Floyd and Miss
Sims will visit the former's parents
for a month or so, while Virginia wil
go to Parsons, Kan., where she wil
visit her aunt, Miss Georgia Mulhall
and before returning home will also
visit her grandmother in Oklahoma
and relatives in Texas.
Mr. Walter Nelson of Belleview,
whose garage was broken into the
other night, by four negroes, who took
a Ford car, some money, a watch and
other articles, has gone to Waycross,
Ga., in reply to a telegram from the
authorities there, who think they have
captured the thieves. Mr Raymond
Gale accompanied Mr. Nelson.
Mr. R. L. Clyburn, his daughter, Mrs.
E. S. Adkins and her little daughter,
Hazel, of Summerfield, were in town
today. Mrs. Adkins and Miss Hazel
will leave next week for Pony, Mont.,
wher they expect to remain for some
Get your figs, California grapes,
and plums and Georgia peaches at the
Dixie Fruit Store, next to gas office. 3t
Mr. J. D. Watkins, Mrs. J. Barr
Watkins, Misses Louise Franklin,
Amelia Cook, Shirley and Millicent
Roseborough, made up an auto party
from Micanopy yesterday evening.
They batched at Silver Springs, saw saw-pictures
pictures saw-pictures at the Temple, ate ice cream
at the Court Pharmacy and had a
good time generally before they "set
gasoline for home.
Mr. W. T. Gary is now an Odd Fel Fellow
low Fellow of the highest degree, having
taken his final lessons with Tulula
Lodge last evening.
There's no extra charge for clean
ing your fish at the City Fish Market.
Mr. P. E. Streider of Tampa, gen general
eral general manager of the South Florida
Fair, 5a in the city, trying to induce
our people to join in that big exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition next winter.
Thia is a Studebaker year. tf
FLORIDA, A STATE
OF SMALL DAIREES
It is hardly probable that the dairy
industry of Florida will ever develop
into a great number of large, exten extensive
sive extensive dairy farms. Such will be the
case in some communities; but, as a
general thing, Florida is to be ihe
land of the small dairy, a few ccws
kept in conjunction with the general
Every farmer will milk from two
to six, or a few more, cows. These
cows will be kept at a small expense,
because the feed will be grown on the
farm. There will be a two-way in income:
come: income: a direct income from the fale
J of the milk and butter, and an indi
rect income from the manure. Wbere
the manure is properly taken care of,
crops will be larger and the soil will
be more fertile.
To milk from two to a half dozen
cows will not consume much time from
the regular farm work; but it will
mea na regular, substantial income,
which can be used to meet current ex
penses. To expres sit in the words
of one farmer who has already tried
it, the farmer will have pay cays
seven times every week. Agricultur Agricultural
al Agricultural News Service.
Council Accepted Bids Last Night for
Two Divisions of the Work Figur Figuring
ing Figuring on Power Line' to the North.
The council held a special meeting
Tuesday night and looked further into
the paving matter. A bid by Adams,
Evans & Company to pave Oklawaha
.a -a m mw
avenue, wortn Main street ana wasn-
ington street from Main to Magnolia,1
was accepted. The Finley Method
Company will pave all the other
streets. The Finley method wus to
have been used on all the street, but
the wishes of the people living on Ok-
lawaha caused the change.
Messrs. Burford and Hall were be
fore the council explaining work and
cost on the proposed power line to
Reddick. There are several industrial
enterprises on the line that want -electricity,
but the matter rests at present
with two big firms, that will probably
take the current. The council insists
on a horsepower basis for this line
that is, each firm taking power must
pay for so much anyhow, whether they
use it or not, which protects the city
against loss in case a firm shuts down
for any length of time.
Miss Kite, superintendent of the in industrial
dustrial industrial school, returned last evening
from a pleasant and restful vacation
of two weeks to her parents in Eliza Eliza-bethtown,
bethtown, Eliza-bethtown, a pretty little town in the
mountains of East Tennessee. During
her absence, the school has been suc successful!
cessful! successful! managed by Miss Essie Mc Mc-Creary,
Creary, Mc-Creary, the teacher.
Mr. R. L. Clyburn of Summerfield,
and Mrs. Reed Russell, of Anthony,
were business visitors and shoppers
in the city for the day.
Mr. Leslie Smith is in the city visit visiting
ing visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Smith, who have apartments at the
Dobb's house on Main street.
Mr. rforace Collier of Oxford, Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Mayo and daughter,
Gertrude, of Summerfield, and Mr. A.
H. Cuthil of Martel, were weH known
visitors in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp will
entertain for their daughters, Misses
Stella, Nina, Nettie and Carita Camp
next week at a house party at their
camp at Lake Weir. These are annual
events and are among the most de delightful
lightful delightful entertainments that occur
during the summer season.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adama and
daughter, Dorothy have returned
home from an enjoyable visit at'Day at'Day-tona
tona at'Day-tona Beach.
Mr. J. P. Galloway was in town to today
day today from his home at Moss Bluff.
vTy Thurscay, 5 to 8 p..
8c War Tax v
Bring ftarpfafc Sapper and
Enjoy t Cool Breezes
For to! onnatii see or phone
W. L Carmichael
Boats Open for Qiartcr
. At All Times
T IS a tortunate tnlng for all the
Interested friends who wish to bear
gifts to the baby upon his arrival, or
to' anticipate It with them, that there
are ribbons to depend upon. Ribbons
solve .practically all problems when
the matter of selecting gifts comes up
and they either make or adorn nearly
every belonging of his babysbip.
These belongings are about the same
from year to year, but they are de developed
veloped developed In endless ways, mostly by
varying their adornment. They in inspire
spire inspire the same enthusiasm thkt each
succeeding springtime does and are
as perennially lovely proof of this
is at hand In .the group of new rlb-hon-niade
or ribbon-adorned baby
things shown above.
This picture portrays only a few
of the many ribbon accessories for the
baby, that are shown In the shops.
The most pretentious piece in it is the
carriage robe made of thin, flowered
silk, with a frill of satin ribbon about
Its edge. Instead of embroidery or
ribbon applique carriage robes often
look for adornment to big and ample
bows or rosettes of satin ribbon, to
' e fatened on with a safety pin when
in ue. These In themselves make
The annual rneeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Clarkson Hardware
Company will be held at the office of
the company in Ocala, Florida, on
Tuesday, July 5th, 1921, at 8 o'clock
p. m. F. E. Wetherbee,
22-10t Secretary and Treasurer.
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of Public Instruction for Mar Marion
ion Marion county Will receive applications
for letting-' the dormitory another
year at its regular meeting July 5,
1921. Anyone wish to make applica application
tion application may appear before the board and
presetn their proposition.
27-7t H. G. Shealy, Sec'y.
PICNIC DATE CHANGED
Mr. M. L. Humphreys today receiv received
ed received a card from Mr. J. B. Gore an announcing
nouncing announcing that the picnic scheduled for
Lacota on the Fourth of July had been
changed at Saturday, July 2nd.
OPEN RANGE MEETING
There will t,e a meeting of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Open Range Association
at Ocala, on Saturday, July 2nd, at 3
p. m. Business of importance will
come before the meeting. Marion's
representatives at Tallahassee are ex expected
pected expected to be present.
F. W. Bishop, Secretary.
L. L. Horne, President.
EAT AT THE MAXINE
. Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
II pro m N.
iii i -"irpr.
Elizabetn 01 tu o.
. a M
T. Thorn, t
Miss Beulah Morrw
'nt todav in town sh1
O. H. Berger of Bii
city for a few days,
of Mj j Thomas and fan.
Mr- X A. Cobb leaves
flftlinMAn 1 O O
he will spe.d the summer.
Miss Rose 'olff leaves in a short
time for Albar Ga., where she will
attend a house party.
Your competitor advertises. Do you.
Increase your sale. Advert!.
. v tvv
tomo.-i a? v- r
for the Baby
lovely i;m. i nti mere is the carnage
strap made of wide elastic covered
with shirred ribbon and usually em embellished
bellished embellished with bows or rosettes of
Sachets are among the most popu popular
lar popular of gifts and their story Is a long
one there are so many kinds. Little
achet bags, shown at the left of the
picture, are made of satin ribbon In
many flowerlike tints, and filled with
delicately scented cotton. A larger
sachet of wider ribbons Is pictured
with crass, outlined with baby ribbon
niching and decorated with tiny
flowers of It. The prettiest, of the
sachets shown here simulates a flower
made of overlapping petals! each petal
stvfTed with scented cotton and out outlined
lined outlined with ribbon ruchlDg.
Little sleeve and stocking garters
of elastic covered with shirred satin
ribbon as pictured are finished off with
ribbon flowers, bows or rosettes of
very rarrow riblon. and they are In In-dlspenaMe
dlspenaMe In-dlspenaMe In the baby's affairs.
TO STANDARDIZE ROAD SIGNS
Warning and Directions Arc
Simplified for th Benefit
Many motorists In the United
StHtes will envy the ytem of road
sign about to be
put In effect by
the British min ministry
istry ministry of trans transport.
port. transport. Standardi Standardization
zation Standardization of the
signs and their
position Is the
object In view.
our. own, has
with a varied se series
ries series of signs of
warning and di direction.
rection. direction. Motorcar
clubs and adver advertisers
tisers advertisers have post posted
ed posted their own
placards regard regardless
less regardless of other on
the spot. The
confusing- infor information
mation information presented
has resuited'in a
certain amount of
disregard of the
British Motor Motorists
ists Motorists of Approach
Definite proposals have been UU1
down in regard to height, color, posi position
tion position of arms. Inscriptions, etc of di directing
recting directing posts, and they are to be ap applicable
plicable applicable throughout England. An ex-
triangle, which la
Beneath the tri-
to be used
n'. SKY f
Cry tuna 7
Ocala, FVT' V
A SAFE TEST
For those who are in need of a
remedy for kidney troubles and back backache,
ache, backache, it is a god plan to tr;? Doan's
Kidney Pills. They are strongly rec recommended
ommended recommended by Ocala people. Ask your
! Mrs. Ollie Mordis, 223 Vanklin
SL, Ocala, says: I had been suffer suffering
ing suffering intense pains in my kidneys.
(There was- hardly a day passed but
'what a dragging pain would settle
'across my kidneys and my limbs
I would also hurt me. My kidneys were
weak and there were other distress-
',ing kidney disorders. The different
1 medicines I took didn't help me and
iwhen a frit-nd tofj-me to -try Doan's
Kidney PilU, I did. After Uking this j
'medicine the ailments. soon disaDDear- I
led and since then, I have taken
' T A. 1 i I 1
trouble and have been-ouicklv benefit-
Price 60c. at all dealers. Dont
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
cans kidney Pills Hhs same that
Mrs. Mordis had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 4
Notice is hereby given that on the
4th day of July, 1921, the board of
county commissioners pi Marion coun
ty, f londa, will meet with the tax
assessor of the said county, in the of
fice or the clerk of the said board, for
the purpose of hearing complaints
and receiving testimony as to the
value of any property, real or per personal,
sonal, personal, as fixed by the 6aid county as assessor
sessor assessor of taxes, and for the purpose
of perfecting, reviewing and equaliz equalizing
ing equalizing the assessment of taxes in and
for said county. Said session of the
said board will continue from day to
day as long as may be necessary.
The Board of County- Commissioners,
Marion County, Florida.
T. D. Lancaster Jr., Clerk.,
By Edna Walker,
6-14-tf Deputy Clerk.
This is a Studebaker year. if
June brides take care
y.iiC4.'- of your eyes, the win
dows of the souL
DR. K. J. WEIIIE.
Optometrist and Optician
vis itt i ii l'l"!1 a: ttrrmrfirmi
C. V. Roberts
ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors, Erabalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway
Careful estimates made on all con
tract woik. Gives more, and Utter
work for the- money than any other
contractor in the city.
NOTICE OF SALE OF
SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS
- Notice is hereby given that the
board of public instruct ion for Marion
county, Florida, will receive bids up
to S o'clock
July 4, 1921.
for the purchase of one or more of
the ten one thousand doilar bonds to be
issued by the Reddick 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,
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 arty and all bids. All comunica comunica-tions
tions comunica-tions should be addressed to H. G.
Shealy, Ocala, Fla.
By order of the Board of Public
Instruction, Marion county, Fla.. this
4th day of May. 1921.
2-tf H. G. Shealy, Sec'y.
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
na jacKsonviue :m pm
bt I'etrsbrg 4:05 pro
Miribrg 1:35 am
ILAR LOCAL NIDS
A' AN TED. LOST, f'OTD. FOB
SALE. FOR RENT A) SIM-
."Vamt a Clerli
Want a Partnej :
Want a SituatU
Want to Sell a Pb
Want a Servant I
Want to Sell Yourto
Want to Sell Town Ileriy
Want to Sell Your Grriea
Want to Sell Your II ware
Waat Customers for ithing
Advertise DAILY in T Paper
Advertising Is the Way Success
Advertising Brings Comers
Advertising Keeps Curners
Anverti&ing In&urtrg cess
Advertising Shows H-gys
t .!.-: .: o i 1 l.
.-luimiMii riiivwsKi f
Advertising Is T
' Advertise or B
At Once i
FOR SALE Gentle goa broke
harness, $3.50. Appl J. Cha.
Smith, Nlnlh St., or pe 491. St
H A U LING Havingecured a
large truck, I am now pnred to do
moving and heavy h&u on short
notice. L. E. Cordrey. Pfe 44. lm
FOR SALE Four-footrood. both
oak and pine, delivei anywhere
in the city. L. L. he, phone
PiilVATE LESSONS J piavV V
lin a:.d voice. Terms retnab3e?4x
further information calfcJevie RobX u.
erts, phone 305.
FOR SALE Three regtied Poland
Chiaa pigs, two sowsje male, five
months old. Address, ,'illiam Veal,
Cuttcn Plant, Fla. j 20-12t
FOR SALE Several andy milk
cows, gentle and heaf milkers, all
fresh. Prices are ftonable and
cows can be seen ay residence,
715 Lime street. Ph 3'8. C A.
Ilolloway, Ocala, FlJ 21-tf
FOR RENT Lovely ( bay front
rooms, elegantly futhed and all
rn idem convenience also larere
home on bay comp
either by-vWi-ek or nil at summer
rates. One of the
br.thir.g beaches in
to Ch-arwater for
Address Box 831, Ovater, Flor
ida. J 23-1 2t
FOR SALE Registei Jersey bull
ctlf of a high picing strain,
cheap. Parker Pah P. O, Box
522,' or telephone "i pe fit
STRAYED From mace at Pedro,
Saturday, June lly ear-old Jer Jersey
sey Jersey cow, marked j split, upper
and under bit in lar; corp, un under
der under and upper bit ;ght ear. Had
on leather halter.itify W. IL
Crigler, SummerfiFla. 24-4t
WAS) For. Sat Sat-Mon
Mon Sat-Mon Apply at
WANTED By auUile mechanic, ;
work in or out dty. Capable,
steady and sober handle foTe- S
manship or manafnt of repais)
"shop. N. E. 1, dormitory
WANTED Carperfvork by com competent
petent competent mechanicJne 305. 25 3t
FOR SALE A pa good young
mules, $400. O. kle. Belleview,
FOR RENT-The r floor of my
home at 503 Wertreet, consist consisting
ing consisting of five turl rooms and
bath. Telephoni J. H. Ther Ther-relL
relL Ther-relL ; 27-5t
TAKEN UP Yelnd black spot spot-ted
ted spot-ted sow and pin up Friday.
May be had byawner paying
expenses and es- Apply to
Mellie Ward, rfadison street,
WANTED At c good second second-hand
hand second-hand ice box frigerator. ice
capacity not len .pends; ;
rather have 2tmds. i. 'Colonial -HoteL
OR RENT Fed apartment
Vil Nor. lztj or five rooms.
vrort King Apply to Miss
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