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OCALA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1921
Alt II! HISS
0ETTI1 UIIEVEII Oil
IE OIG ORUISERS
A MODERATE TARIFF
FOB DIG OPED
TO STMT (Hffl
IV 1 t i I I II
- Totdnrj Bill Somewhat Higher than O-, the Three Days Celebration that
Payne-Aldrich but Much .Lower
than Dingley Measure
Will Mark the Completion of
V Jacksonville's Big Bridge
Washington, June 30. The aver average
age average rate of duty on the administra administration's
tion's administration's permanent tariff bill introduced
in the House yesterday will range be between
tween between 18 and 20 per cent according
to unofficial estimates as compared
with 18.55 per cent in the Payne Payne-Aldrich
Aldrich Payne-Aldrich bill, Chairman Frdney of
the ways and means committee de declared
clared declared today. Under the average
fate, he added, was six pe cent, and
the Dingley average was 26 per
ARMY WONT BE BIG ENOUGH
President Harding signed the an annual
nual annual army appropriation bill today,
directing a, reduction of the regular
' army to 150,000 men by October 1st,
but advised Congress that further
legislation might be required to re relieve
lieve relieve the government of the embar embarrassment
rassment embarrassment of violating its obligations
to enlisted men whose discharge the
- reduction would make necessary. On
account of the provision in the bill
forbidding the war department to ex-
. ceed the actual amount appropriated,
the president said if the letter of the
act is followed, grave injustice might
be done in the dismissal of men who
had enlisted under a definite contract.
WILL MAKE GOOD FIRE WOOD
The new shipping board has decid decided
ed decided finally to dispose of the govern government
ment government fleet of 237 wooden vessels,-it
was stated today. Bids will the open-
d July 30th. 30th.-fclNE
fclNE 30th.-fclNE SHOW FOR THE INDOOR
A favorable report on the Norris
bill to create a one hundred million
Jacksonville, June 30. All was in
readings today for the opening to tonight
night tonight c Jacksonville's three days'
celebrat)n to mark the opening to
traffic ofthe million and a half dollar
bridge aS3 the St. Johns river
here. Th initial feature scheduled
is a mamth civic parade tonight
which will e reviewed by Governor
Hardee andhis staff.
Ram fell hrough the night and
this morning" jt the clouds were
breaking at non. Thousands of vis visitors
itors visitors from all-rtg 0f the state are
here and .near fifty cities will be
represented by onsors officially ap appointed
pointed appointed by maycg. The bridge will
be dedicated tonLrow afternoon. A
feature during theiebration will be
a series of three ajnes between the
St. Augustine amLur ciub and a
picked team from 11b amateurs for
the state amateur baball champion-
Expresses his Opinion ato the Let
ting of Contract for tk Propos Propos-i
i Propos-i ed Paving 'of Oca
I want to say to the gerij public
that it has been my opini4 hereto heretofore
fore heretofore that the Finley methoprocess
was the best type of pavingor the
city of Ocala, taking mainly i con
sideration the amount of mon that
we would have to spend and ali tak
ing into consideration that weM
been advised that either sheet aslfclt
or concrete asnhalt would cost
pitv nracticallv twice as much
Plot to Kill All Members of the Cab
inet Discovered by the
London, June 30. Special precau
tions are being taken to protect all
British-cabinet ministers as the result
of the discovery of a plot to murder
them, according to information ob
tained here today. The papers say
the police are seeking three men sent
to London by certain organizations
abroad for the purpose of assassinat
ing the ministry.
BOARD OF TRADE
HAD NO QUORUM
Conspiracy Between Them and Turks
to Retake Ancient City of
Constantinople, June 30. Turks
and bolsheviki it is reported contem contemplate
plate contemplate a vast uprising in this. city,
which would be accompanied by the
destruction of public buildings. Al Allied
lied Allied troops yesterday marched thru
the principal streets and raided the
hotels in search of bolsheviki. Large
quantities of arms were seived and
several arrests made.
HITS ONLY THE
DEALERS AT WHOLESALE
Heavy Rain Among Other Causes
Prevented Attendance at
Due to several contributing causes,
a neavy rain amone them, thereiwas
no Board of Trade meeting held last
night. The problem of attendance at
general meetings, as the secretary
points out, is one that confronts all
commercial organizations and one that
has never been solved in an entirely
satisfactory manner. The tendency
among commercial organizations in
this country is to have fewer general
meetings. Some of the larger organ organizations
izations organizations have only one meeting an
nually. The work of the organization
Tallahassee, June 30. Florida's
new gasoline tax of one cent per gal gallon,
lon, gallon, which was expected to produce
one million dollars yearly will apply
only to wholesale dealers, according
to an opinion rendered by State At
torney General Buford to Comptroller
Amos, made public yesterday. The
revenue derived was to have gone
into the state road fund. Mr. Buford
held that the act, which was passed
by the recent legislature, does not
apply to dealers selling direct to con
sumers but will affect only those who
handle gasoline in wholesale quan quantises
tises quantises at wholesale prices.
'It is with regret that I observe
that this act is so framed as to re-
Many People Hope Carpentier Will
Win bat They are Shy About
Putting Up their Money
is done by its officers, board of direc- quire this construction," the opinion
a . MR el
New York. June 30. Dempsey rul ruled
ed ruled as the favorite among 165 sports sportsmen
men sportsmen out of 225 interviewed as to the
probable outcome of his match with
Carpentier Saturday. Fifty-eight pre predicted
dicted predicted the Frenchman would win the
championship, while a scattering few
said they expected the bout to be
Men declaring for Carpentier gen generally
erally generally declined to state out and out
the Frenchman is their favorite. Their
general opinion was if the bout goes
five rounds Carpentier will out box
Dempsey during the remainder of the
contest. The great majority profess professed
ed professed the belief that Dempsey's hitting
power will bring the battle to a sud sudden
den sudden close if he lands a blow on Car Carpentier
pentier Carpentier Only a few were wililng to
predict tha Carpentier will knock out
Dempsey and these demand lond odds.
GARVAN WANTS TO SEE THE
Jersey City, June 30. Prosecutor
Garvan told the Associated Press to today
day today that unless more facts were re reported
ported reported to him by the International
Reform Bureau, he would not recom recommend
mend recommend to the grand jury tomorrow
that it return the indictment sought to
block' the fight Saturday.
mote the exportation of agricultural
products was ordered today by the
Senate agricultural committee.
ARE CONSIDERING THE
x AMERICAN ATTITUDE
tors and committees. The general
meeting, however has its purpose,
which is to give the members of the
organization an opportunity to ex express
press express themselves on the problems
coming before the commercial organ organization,,
ization,, organization,, and an opportunity to pro
pose matters for the consideration of
concludes, "as it appears to me that
the revenue from this source would
be exceedingly small."
square yard for the sairfe thickn4 J the commercial bodies. The several
MARCUS FAGG REMAINS
THE LEADING MAN
Marcus C. Fagg, state superinten
dent of the Children's Home Society
dollar eovernment corporation' to pro- J as the Finley method process wouTU matters of importance which were to cf Florida, has just been re-elected to
. ... m I 1
I cost. While I am rtiil of tne opinioMn4ve ien presented to the meeting
that the Finley method process f ajast night will have to be handled by
Oar Country Cuts Much Ice in Fram
' ing Foreign Alliances
good type" of cheap paving, still I do
not and never have considered it in
the same class with sheet asphalt or
asphaltic concrete. I believe that the
city council, myself included, made a
Teat mistake when we turned down
Jxmdon, June 30. The Pall Mall
Gazette and the Globe say the British
' cabinet today decided upon a renewal
of the Anglo-Japanese treaty, but the
discussion is proceeding on certain
;of;a ano-wested. They have
(racial relation to the. American
itie board of governors of the Board
The civic committee of the Board
o Trade had a conference yesterday
ana-noon with the division engineer
of toe Seaboard Air Line in regard to
serve a second term in the executive
chair as president of the National
Children's Home and Welfare Asso
ciation. The appointment of Mr.
Fagg materialized at the annual con conference
ference conference held in Milwaukee, Wis.
Mr. Fagg has been recuperating
f mm a spfinus attack of tvnhoid
the bid of Stidham &. Hughes, wlfiy the' Haprovement of the union station fever, and was unable to attend the
conference in the north last week, as
his attending physician felt the heat
were the lowest bidders and, accord-
in 2 to my opinion, would use a higher
class pf material than either one of
the other bidders, but m tairness w
the city council, I want to say that
Stidham & Hughes were not consid-
ered on account of the advice of our
engineer, Mr. G. F. Young, who ad-
plaza," and the committee has good
reasont to believe that the railroads
will very shortly begin the work ofm Milwaukee would be too severe for
vised the council .that Stidham &
titude toward the treaty and the posi- Hughes did not have the proper ma-1 Wawejy hi,Ocala
tion of India, the newspapers aaa. chinery for putting aown tne winner i i
type or paving ana mis i ao nut, uium u
we should have considered, for it was
rot up to Mr. Young to bring in ques-
improving the approach to the sta
A well attended meeting was held
in the Board of Trade room yesterday
afternoon for the purpose of getting
Inder way the establishment of a
nVSlRES TO SUCCEED
HER HONORED DADDY
KG RE ALT! DEAL
f IS ANNOUNCED
him. Mr. Fagg is greatly pleased to
learn of the honor bestowed upon him
during his absence from such an im
portant occasion. The vote which
carried Mr. Faer into a second term
The National Children's Home and
Welfare Association is composed of
representatives from children's agen
cies and homes from every state in
i Chicago, June 30. Mrs. Winifred
, Mason Buck, youngest daughter of
J4ate Congressman William Mason, to today
day today anounced her candidacy to suc-
cede her father, who was congress congressman
man congressman at large from Illinois. Mrs. Buck
is the mother or lour cnuaren.
AN EYE FOR AN EYE
A TOOTH FOR A TOOTH,
A HOUSE FOR A HOUSE
the Union. The conference was en-
tion the equipment of any of the bid- A j-. Have tirely satisfactory. Mr. Fagg has
served as state superintendent lor
the past eleven years.
' Dublin, June 30. The Irish repub,
lican parliament has authorized re retaliatory
taliatory retaliatory measures against reprisals
bv members of the crown forces.
TOTiPnever a house or other property
j.nfnJ a similar number of
ders, so long as they were a good, re reliable
liable reliable concern and could furnish the
city with the necessary and satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory bonds, for who ever does the
work will undoubtedly have to use the
necessary and proper machinery to
do the work with. Then why should
the council worry? It is up to the
engineer to jurnisn me uevcaijr
grades and to see that the proper
material is properly put down ana
then either accept or reject the work.
Respectfully, A. T. Thomas.
Chairman of the Street Committee.
CHIEF RUNNING DEER
AT THE TEMPLE TODAY
furciased 26JI00 Acres of Land
V In THb County
Announcement V made that Bar
rett Bros-tof Sediia, Mo., have pur
chased twntv-six Vhousand acres of
land in theiortheat section of Mar
ion county utride tn Oklawaha Val
ley railroad, and thi he purchasers
expect to maufactu
In connection with the splendid
Pinmount nicture "Sadie Love," by
Kaium beloneine to the, most active .. -t the Temde theater
fcnemie sof Ireland may be destroyed tms afternoon and evening, Chief
$n the same area.
ROUGH MINUTE FOR ROGERS
' (Associated Press)
' h DiLand. June 30, E. Rogers, an
oil salesman, who was hurt yesterday
when his automobile turned over near j
Wr. is resting easy today. Mr. Rog
ers foot was badly smashed, making
YON REFUSED THE YOB
Runninz Deer will appear in a num
i ber of demonstrations peculiar to his
tribe, the Sioux,
from the stumps and tip wood on the
lands, and later expect V develop the
land, probably telling it to live siock
farmers in large tracts. The purchase
of Barrett Bros, was made recently
from Ht. R., L. Leavitt of Indianap
olis, Ind. Mr. "W. W. Barrett and Mr.
E. R. Barrett are president and cash
ier, respectively, of the American Ex
change Bank of Sedalia, Mo.
The Barrett Bros, are represented
here by Mr. G. H. Kotthland, of Gulf
port. Miss. In the emmer of 1920,
in seeking a new lootxn for a plant
to manufacture nine troducts. Mr.
When the lights were turned on for
the Board of Trade meeting last
night, nobody was present but the
secretary. There had been a little
shower, which ended several minutes
ho fore 8 o'clock, and that was suffi-
pine products' cient excuse for about 90 percent
A Well Attended Meeting waa HeU
in the Board of Trade Room Wed Wed-needay
needay Wed-needay Afteraoom to Further the
At a well attended meeting held
Wednesday afternoon in the Board of
Trade room, definite steps were taken
looking to the establishment in Ocala
of a creamery and the building np of
the dairy industry in Marion county.
Mr. K. C Moore, county agricultural
agent, was chosen temporary chair chairman
man chairman of the meeting, and Mr. IL L.
Shearer, of Cottage Hill, temporary
secretary. A committee waa named -to
decide upon the type of organiza organization
tion organization to handle the creamery, and to
take such steps as are necessary to
get the organization going. The mem-
bers of the committee are H. L.
Shearer, Cottage Hill; J. C. Johnson,
E. C Beuchler, John Taylor, K. C
Moore and J. M. Meffert, Ocala.
. The interest in the proposed cream creamery
ery creamery and dairy industry is widespread
throughout the county, and the move movement
ment movement to establish the ceramery is be being
ing being watched very closely.-
DECATUR W. DAVIS
ODD FELLOWS WILL
INSTAL AT INVERNESS
At their meeting Tuesday night the
members of Tulula Lodge elected the
following officers for the next term:
F. W. Ditto. N. G.; W. E. Smith, V.
G.; Frank Churchill, secretary; II. D.
These officers, the grand lodge and
district officers here, and a number
of members, expect to go to Inverness
next Tuesday, night, to attend the dis
trict meetine. where all the officers
in the district will be intsalled.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many friends
for their kindness and sympathy dur-
A large assemblage bf friends
gathered at the Davis home this
morning for the funeral of Mr. D. W.
Davis, which respect waa significant
of the life of the deceased, who num numbered
bered numbered his hundreds of friends by his
acquaintances. The floral offering
was one of the most magnificent ever
seen in Oca la, many handsome floral
designs having been sent by friends
and fraternities from all over the
South, and not only was the coffin
covered but the entire room was filled.
Rev. W. F. "Creson in a few appro
priate and sympathetic words voiced
the thoughts of the entire community,
that we had lost one of our most pa patriotic
triotic patriotic and popular "citizens. He will
be missed most where he was loved
best, by his devoted family.
Only one song was sung, Mr. Davis
favorite, "Lead Kindly Light," by
Messrs. J. J. and Albert Gerig, Mrs.
R. G. Blake and Miss Musie Ballock.
Then the body, accompanied by the
family and friends proceeded to the
cemetery, where a short service was
ing the ,Uness and death of our little by Creson
offerings. We want to especially
thank our pastor who stayed with us
during our night of sorrow and our
physician who gave not only his un un-tirine
tirine un-tirine efforts to save her but bis
Mrs. Bessie Hammack and family
Mrs. G. E. Thompson and family.
coffin was placed in the vault by the
side of the. devoted wife who preceded
him seven years ago.
The Presbyterian manse waa the
scene of a wedding of cordial interest
to many friends of the contracting
parties Saturday afternoon when Mis
Lola Pope became the bride of Harry
A Pattrnn Tk rrmonT was ner-
Next Monday, the Fourth'of July, . ReT R jj
vi xi r il. i
is & legal holiday, therefore the post post-office
office post-office will be 'closed, except the deliv delivery
ery delivery and stamp windows will be open
from 8 to 10 a. m. No rural or city
! delivery. Mail will be collected from
city street boxes and dispatched as
usual, also all incoming mail will be
distributed to postoffice boxes as usu
aL Robt. F. Rogers, P. M.
even of the old guard, to stay away.
A Star reporter looked in to see who
was there, and a minute or two later
in came Mr. E. C Beuchler of the An Anthony
thony Anthony farms, who had to drive ten
miles to attend the meeting. It was
r.ll the way from twenty to forty
times as difficult for him to attend
the meeting as for the average city
FOR THE LADY WHO CARES
The exact thing you want yon will
find at Hooner's Milady Beauty Par-
Chief Running Deer is on Ms way Monniana was attracted to Ocala Dy We cow equipped to furnish
from California to West Palm Beach, its railroad facilities, tsi in August,
wrote to the Marion Ctanty Board
of Trade in reeard tn nossibili-
ties for locating a' pine jnaicts plant
m this county. As a nsdt of cor
respondence Mr. MortbW .came to
TallahasseerJune ,29. State Audi Auditor
tor Auditor J. Will Yon, who goes out of of office
fice office July 1 because the legislature this
year abolished his office, putting the
auditing in charge of the comptroller,
has refused an offer made him by
Governor Hardee of a position as one
f the auditors who will work under
;Lds $5 HATS reduced to $3.50;
$4 and $4.50 HATS reduced to $2.98,
where he will attend an educational
meetine of Indians. This meeting is
held once every five years and the
different chiefs gather and report the
nroeress made by their tribes.
The appearance at the lempie wiuiucaia m December of 19S.He in
be both interesting and educational, vestigated the lands in this tsaty and
ocnooiallv to the children. I in other sections of Flofii The
purcnase oi tne Z6.000 acreita Bar
The colored baseball team is going j rett Bros., whomMr. MorthV"P-
to play at the ball park this afternoon resents,, followed this year.
and the members thereof have taken! v
practical measures against dead- WTien cotton is selling at ctel.a'
heading. They have fixed up the it did before the war everytfeiis
s I a a a. 3 s i.
hroken fence; not so wen as it i oouna to aecune; buying only in sail
should be. but considering the mate- quantities we are always able triri
rial they had to use they have made you the benefit of these declines1
you any line in cosmetics that yon
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 King
avenue. The shop where the children
like to go. 27-tf
A REAL BARGAIN
A eood six-room cottage on corner
lot, on one of city's .best streets,
close to town and very hands to both
primary and high school. All modern
conveniences and connected with city
sewer system. For quick sale will
m-ettv good job of it. It won't be) you will always find that we will 1 take $1700, $1000 cash, time on bal
- m 1 it,. 1 a 1 . 1 A. 1
n pagv for deaaneaas io you as ww as me lowest retrardtatemce. One ol tne Dest reai okc
eames. of sales. TRY US. FISirEIS, acrkSargains in town. Address. Box 609,
on,;- u rstndebaker year. irom aianon naroware Co.
REPORT THAT BIG BILL
HAYWOOD WILL RETURN
witnessed by Messrs. Gordon and
Jesse Newman. Following the cere ceremony
mony ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Patterson left for
an automobile trip to points on the
East Coast, where they will spend
several days. They have secured an
apartment at the home of Mrs. C R.
Hendrix, Palmer street, where they
will reside on their, return to Plant
City the latter part of this week. Mrs.
Patterson is a young woman of
charming personality and has spent
number of years in Plant City en engaged
gaged engaged in the profession of a trained
nurse. The groom is a congenial
young business man and is manager
of the Florida branch of the Williams
Chicago, June 30. United States
District Attorney Clyne today an
nounced that he had received a radio
message from William (Big Bill)
Haywood stating that he was leaving Seej Company. Hosts of friends unite
Moscow on July. 12 and would sur- in eitendinsr congratulations and cor-
render to the federa lauthorities
soon as he landed in' this country.
THEY COME NEAR
MAKING US SING
New York. June 29-Scant sum summer
mer summer styles as exhibited in these
parts, have inspired Rev. Dr. 'John
Roach Straton, pastor of Calvary
Baptist church, to pen a "poehV'
which is going through its second edi
tion in the public prints today. Wrote
"Mary had a little 'skirt,
The latest style no doubt,
But every time she got inside
"She was more than half way out.'
dial good wishes. Plant City Courier.
The bride is a sister of Mrs. Eu
gene Booher on Orange avenue, and a'
graduate of the Marion County Hos Hospital.
FOREST MYERS TOOK
HIS LAST FLIGHT
W. Hunter has closed his
until October 15th.
proven itself an excellent institution,
Arcadia. June 30- Cadet Forest
Myers, of Weatherford, Texas, was
instantly killed yesterday evening
when the plane in which he wassolo-'
ing at Carlstrom field, crashed to th(
ground. The cause of the accident
has not been determined. He was
just completing his training and
would have been commissioned at an
early date. The deceased was given
a military funeral at Caxistroa neld
It has I and the was shipped to his home
serving good food at moderate prices, I SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
and being particularly convenient toi 17 pns 0f Ugar for one dollar.
people wnose time ior menu is rth a dollars wortu oi otner groc-
lorwarai -M M.i KstnrdaT and Honda T
rly. Phone 877.
wky-tf H. B. WHITTINGTOJI.
ed. Its customers will look
to its reopening in the falL
This is a Studebakv year.
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We hope Denby isn't
worse than Daniels.
going to be
Mr. Denby may be a horse marine.
He's in the saddle anyhow.
Perhaps in 1924, Mr. Denby will be
the Irish-American candidate for
Another reason why the people
should like the Star is that it has
printed such a little about the Still Still-man
man Still-man case.
A boy will often be passably good
if. you let him alone, and seldom fail
to be bad if you preach to him too
Admiral Sims and Brig. General
Dawson ought to go into partnership
in some business where silence is not
a virtue. Orlando Sentinel.
They know how to speak at the
right time, friend Sentinel; and that
We do not see that the reverend
gentlemen who are trying to prevent
the prizefight Saturday are promot promoting
ing promoting morality. If they succeed they
will cause a great deal of irritation
against the churches and .they will not
turn a single sinner from his ways.
While they fight side by side against
the common enemy, yet on shipboard
or land in peaceful hours, sailors and
marines have a deep-seated aversion
for each other. The worst thing a
bluejacket can say to another sailor
is to call him a marine, and the an antipathy
tipathy antipathy is returned with interest. Ad Admiral
miral Admiral Sims is a sailor and Secretary
Denby was a marine.
Mrs. Park Trammell, wife of Sen Senator
ator Senator Park Trammell of Florida, has
been elected secretary of the club
composed of Senate ladies of Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. Mrs. Trammell is a charming
woman, and the honor conferred upon
her by the dub is also an honor to
Mrs. Trammell is much liked in
Ocala; where she has been a frequent
"No use to shut de doah, de good
Lord will git us when he wants us,"
said a Tampa darkey during an elec electrical
trical electrical storm last Saturday. He sat
down and was instantly killed by a
lightning bolt. The darkey had the
i fTM corf ux vs uvte -o?W -r
1 a. C i I T
right idea ho weverr' The good Lord
will get you when your time comes,
so it behooves every one to live so
that when the summons comes to join
the great caravan that forever speeds
on that we will not tremble with fear,
but go forth with a clear conscience,
having played fair with others while
tarrying awhile on the endlesshigh endlesshigh-way
way endlesshigh-way that comes from God and returns
from whence it came. Clearwater
Pretty good little sermon, friend
If the cattlemen dont mind, Flor Florida
ida Florida may have a no-fence law like the
Palmetto district has for hogs. There
is no law against hogs running at
large here, but they don't run at
large, just the same. The truckers
put a stop to that a long, time ago
with their shotguns. Mr. Hog bit the
dust if he didnt keep on his own pre preserves.
serves. preserves. Palmetto News.
What? How's this? We have been
told lawlessness in Florida was con confined
fined confined to the cattlemen.
We are glad Jack Worthington has
gone back on the Tampa Times. He
was born to work on a metropolitan
daily. Ocala Star.
Wrong again, brother. "Jack" is
hustling locals and editorials for his
own paper at Lake Wales. It's the
"old man" who is dubbing along on
the Tampa Times. This for the truth
of history. Tampa Times.
Well have to go down and see the
old man. We are in the same fix he is.
A federal court has decided that if
liquor is found in a man's auto, it
cannot be considered the liquor is be being
ing being transported unless it is proved it
was in the car when the auto was in
motion. We cant imagine why liquor
would be in an auto unless to be mov moved,
ed, moved, but maybe a man could prove by
his own testimony that he intended to
prevent people from drinking, the
booze by keeping it in his car until it
MUCH GOOD ADVICE
FOR THE MANY
In redaing over Harvey Clark's
book on instruction for managers of
"Self -Serve Stores," we found a num number
ber number of snappy paragraphs that will be
useful and interesting to everybody.
Following are some of them:
If the rules of success are followed,
one usually gets what he wants with within
in within reason.
Singleness of purpose, appears to
me as being a good rule for success.
A desire-is the beginning the first
step towards attainment.
The desire is very valuable and de deserves
serves deserves the utmost encouragement for
the right desire is the starting point
of all successful endeavor.
The mere desire will amount to
naught unless you allow it to stimu stimulate
late stimulate you to action, and you must be
constantly and intelligently active.
The man who expects to do business
without advertising had better stay
out of business.
Your local newspaper should con contain
tain contain an advertisement of your store
at least every other day. Make your
ads short and snappy. Dont try to
use big words.. Write an ad. just as
you would talk to a customer. Talk
quality rather than too much price.
The price will catch their eyes after
you get them in the store, and it will
speak for itself.
If you do a cash business, stick to
it. Make no memorandum tickets',
not even against your wife.
Don't let the fact that yon are your
own boss go to your head. Yoti are
only a human being.
. Set your employes a good example,
so that you can say, "Do as I do,"
rather than, "Do as I say do."
Secure competent help and put con confidence
fidence confidence in them.
Your packages should be neatly
wrapped. A badly wrapped package
is a poor advertisement.
Have a place for everything and
everything in its place.
The public demands and expects,
"Thank you, call again," throwri in as
good measure.. Don't forget it.
Treat everybody alike. Dont play
Never argue with a customer. Use
tact in settling complaints. Make
good. If your customer is dissatis dissatisfied
fied dissatisfied with a purchase, refund the mon money
ey money without argument. It will come
back to you.
Don't complain when business is
dull. Get busy on some scheme to
Pu!sh your business. Dont let it
Don't lose time making excuses
about not having the goods that peo people
ple people call for. Get them.
Study your business. Concentrate
on your work. A scatter brain never
Keep on the good side of traveling
salesmen. Ask them questions about
the market and goods that you want
to know about. You can learn some something
thing something from every one of them..
Dont spend too much time watching
your competitor. You will have
enough to do attending to your own
Watch your health. So few meu
appear to pay any attention to this
Eating too much is a break on your
activities. It causes that tired 'feel 'feeling
ing 'feeling and keeps you from accomplish accomplishing
ing accomplishing your best.
" Study your body and its needs.
Don't accept as food any old .thing
that is put before you and fill your
stomach with it three times day.
Hard work never hurts anybody, but
Physical culture, as most people
think, does not mean exercising ap apparatuses,
paratuses, apparatuses, boxing gloves and dumb dumbbells.
bells. dumbbells. It means care of the body.
What you accomplish, depends ab absolutely
solutely absolutely on your own efforts.
Learn to make friends, but rely on
yourself; your friends may forget
Your success depends on what you
think and how you think.
There is no disputing the fact that
what you think makes you what you
are. Your character is the complete
sum of your thoughts.
Watch the man whom you know
from his conversations that his
thoughts are of, hate, envy, fear. What
does he amount to?
. Know that you are going to succeed
and you will succeed.
Make your start with a feeling of
fear and doubt; keep rolling these
thoughts over and over in your mind,
and you will fail just as sure as the
sun will rise.
There are just as great things in
you as there are in the other fellow.
All that is required of you is to make
the earnest effort. Make up your
mind that you will stick to the wheel
through thick and thin good times
and bad times.
Shady, June 29. Miss Naomi Hol Holland
land Holland spent last week at Lowell with
relatives and friends.
Mr. Ernest Blair of Winter Garden
came up Saturday and remained till
Sunday and with Mrs. Blair and chil
dren returned home.
Mr. William Jones visited his
mother and other relatives at Starke
last week. Since coming home he has
Deen painting ana Drigntemng up
things on bachelor's corner.
Mr. F. C Barnes and Mr. John Gas
kin are doing some work on their
residences, ceiling the interior, etc.
Messrs. Gaskin and L. A. Jones are
threshing oats this week.
Mr. William Shockley and Mr. Hen
derson of Lowell were business visi
tors here Friday. .'
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Jones and Miss
Mary Frances spent the week-end in
Urlando with Mrs. Jones parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Gufford.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Phillips and
baby, Mrs. S. A. Phillips, of Ocala,
and Mrs. Nathan Barber of High
Springs, were Friday afternoon call
Mr. F. G. Buhl expects to leave the
latter part of the week for Glen
Springs, S. C. for a. fortnight's re recuperation
cuperation recuperation at that famous health re
On account of the Sunday scohol
picnic at North Lake Weir next
Thursday, the B. Y. P. U. social will
be postponed to Friday week, July 8,
His friends are sorry to see Mr.
Leslie Home carrying his arm in a
sling. Mr. Home stuck a knife in his
arm while marking some pigs last
week, inflicting a rather deep wound
There will be a business meeting of
the B. Y. P. U. Sunday evening, at the
church, and it is hoped all members
will be present.
A gentleman who has long been a
resident of Widower's Row desires to
move over on Benedict Avenue. He
wishes to communicate or call on
"nice widow." Will some kind person
set him straight ?
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Buhl, Mrs. Carl
Buhl and Mr. H. W. Douglas motored
to Martin Sunday and spent the day
with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Knoblock.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Redding spent
last Sunday at Wildwood.
Mr. Will Little of bell pepper fame,
has been selling a lot of that vege
tabfe lately, also eggplants, etc., and
will have a good bit more all along.
Shady was well represented at the
court house Wednesday evening and
the pictures and speeches on the dif
ferent subjects much enjoyed. There
is much interest taken in the cream
Yes, the "drouth has been broken."
The first bad break was Sunday eve evening.
ning. evening. A terrific thunder storm just
at dark. (A poor body can get so scar
ed and nervous at these displays of
electricity) and the rain which fell
packed the sand spots on our road
pretty good (with apologies to the
Chronicle for mentioning our road)
Market & Grocery
In order to make room for our La Ladies'
dies' Ladies' midsummer HATS we are abso-
Our Specialty Is
MAZON & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
hitely sacrificing our SPRING HATS.
Bertram Ibbetson & Co., f
, of Atlanta J Georgia,
Will open an office in thcCermercial Bank Building
of Ocala, Florida, effective July 1st, 1921, for the
practice of Accounting, Systematizing, Income Tax
Consultation and Preparpo of Returns.
g ATLANTA OFFICE
I 250 PEACHTREE STREET
I KINDTS MUSIC STORE
Pianos and (Mans : Phonographs and Records
Sinrj Machines and Supplies
Expert Repaiig of Phonographs, Sewing Machines,
Organs and Pianos
CASH OR TEfiS Thank yon for yonr patronage
16 North Marjnolia Street
W.,UMWPat, ,V!m ... ,.,,. in,,, ..,.,
?mms F SOGAB
) a AT
Every .Thursday, 5 vSp.m
Plus 8c Warlax
Bring Your FicmjPVf
Enjoy the cJ Bre fs
For Informatli see Pnn
With a Purchase of Other
Groceries Amounting to
One Dollar or More
We Close All Day Monday
TWO PHONES 162-377
E B. W1ITTMGTORI
Ifu !j) 'IE .B A -j -j
AnM Sin off JoMly
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
IJpoursof sugar for one dollar J? GaiDC CallCd 4 O'Cl0Cll
wiui uuuv a worm oi oilier groc groceries
eries groceries for cash. Saturday and Monday
only. rnone 377.
tf H. B. WHTTTINGTON.
Hdcabi m larpon pii
EAT AT THE
UP TO DATE DINING ROOM AND LUNCH COUNTER
Regular Dinner, 11:30 to 2:30, PRICE 50c
Fresh Vegetables of All Kinds, Western Meat and Sea Food
All Kinos of Salads'and Delicatessen
American. French, Spanish and Italian Cooking m
Try John Metrie's Special Club Sandwich
V IS Years Experience
Specials Orders Receive Prompt Attention PHONE No. 7
108 S. Magnolia St Next Anti-Monopoly Drag Store jg
Cash and Carry Meat larlict
Located in the CRESCENT GROCERY CO.' Store
We handle stal; fed Beef, the very best Veal and
Pork. Pay for your meat and not for your
neigebor's who does not pay for his.
We ask you for your patponage and
Thank You in advance.
Cash and Carry Meat Market
J. H. SPENCER
W. R. PEDRICK
Spencer -Pedrick Motor Co.
"VESTA" Battery Ser-
FOR ALL MAKES OF
GOODYEAR and U. S. TIRES and TUBES
GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE
FULLY EQUIPPED GARAGE, EMPLOYING ONLY EFFICIENT
MECHANICS, ASSURING PROMPT SERVICE AT ALL TIMES
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
OCALA, PHONE 271 FLORIDA
Burbank, Jane 29. Mrs. Clara
Hillman is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M-, D. L. Graham on her
way to her home m Miami, after
spening several weeks with relatives
in Buffalo, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bog-ue of Pa-
latka, spent the week-end with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bogne.
Mr. and Mrs. H- I. Turner enter
tained as dinner guests on Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Dunnick, Mr. and
Mrs. George Taylor, Mrs. V. H. Tur
ner, Mr. R. E. Turner and Mr. W. M.
McKim and Miss Alice Gooding Mc-
Kim of Sanford.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clineman, Mrs.
M. D. L. Graham and Mrs. Charles
Hillman of Miami spent Sunday at
Miss Ola Waterman is home after
a pleasant visit in Anthony with her
aunt, Mrs. J. W. Holman. Her cous cousin,
in, cousin, Miss Elizabeth Irby returned with
her and is her guest.
Mrs. H. I. Turner very delightfully
entertained "The Bunch" and a few
friends on Monday evening in honor
of her sister. Miss Alice Gooding Mc
Kim, who is visiting her from San
ford. After the guests had all arrived
cards were given out and partners
were found for promenades, each
promenade to last five minutes. Be Before
fore Before the promenades were over a
shower drove the promenaders into
the house, leaving some proms-to-be
for later in the evening. Then each
guest was given a penny and a list of
questions, the answers to which were
to be found on the penny. Mr. Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Turner having guessed the most
correct answers in a given time, re received
ceived received a box of candy. After a few
enjoyable games, dainty refreshments
were served, carrying out a color
scheme of pink and white, which also
prevailed in the decorations and
prom cards. Then the victrola was
started and the remainder of the eve
ning was spent in dancing. Those en
joying Mrs. Turner's hospitality were
Misses Dorothy Bogue, Violet So So-wash,
wash, So-wash, Ola Waterman, Alice Gooding
McKim and Elizabeth Irby, Messrs.
Raymond Turner, Douglas Teuton,
Wallace Teuton, Carl Sowash, Eugene
Teuton and William McKim of San Sanford
ford Sanford and Mrs. V. H. Turner, who as assisted
sisted assisted in entertaining and serving.
Among the Ocala visitors the past
week were H. I. Turner, Wiliam Mc
Kim, R. E. Turner and George Taylor.
Mr. J. P. Dudley of Zephyrhills is
at his home here.
Mr. William McKim left Tuesday
for his home in Sanford after spend spending
ing spending the past two weeks with his sis
ter, Mrs. H. I. Turner.
Mr. K. C. Moore, county agent, paid
us a visit last week in the interest of
the proposed creamery. He found
fce people for it and ready to do their
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
LONG DISTANCE U0V1NG
MOVS, PACK, SHIP
J. M. and J. L. RemingtonWere busi business
ness business visitors at EastlakeMopadr.
Mr. Ed Proctor of Pedro was visit visiting
ing visiting in our burg Monday night.
Mrs. Little Potter and children are
spending a few days with her mother
Mrs. Hubert Pascal has returned
to her home in North Carolina.
Mrs. Wm. B. Morrow and son. Will
of Weirsdale, were callers on Mrs. W.
A. Redding and family Saturday.
There will be an ice cream supper
at the Charter Oak school house Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, July 2nd. Everybody is invit invited
ed invited to attend.
Mr. Lamar Winegard left Saturday
for Tampa, where he will visit his
Miss Nannie Redding attended the
wedding in Belleview Sunday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mr. W. J. Piatt was a business vis visitor
itor visitor in Ocala Tuesday.
Miss Mabel Heath of Hastings, is
spending a few days here the guest
of Mrs. W. R. Freer and family.
Charter Oak, June 29. Mr. and
Mrs. R. K. Redding and mother were
visiting in Belleview Sunday afternoon.
Quite a number of our young people
attended church at Pedro Sunday
Mr. John W. Redding and Messrs.
Reddick, June 30. The shipping
season is over and most of the farm farmers
ers farmers are well pleased with Ahe prices
received for their vegetables.
While we do not claim to have a
trucking section we shipped about 14
curs of cukes, 12 cars of tomatoes, 20
cars of melons and several cars of
beans, besides local express shipments
that went out each day. While the
dry weather cut our vegetable crops
short, the rain came in time to save
the staple crops, of which we have an
Mr. John Dupree is spending a
much needed vacation in St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, going down in his car.
Miss Inez Roux spent last week
very pleasantly with friends in
Those attending the normal from
here are Misses Edith Core, Irene
Rou, Carrie Billingsley, Louise Stokes
and Lila Mack.
. Miss Catherine Cromartie of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville spent a few days last, week
with her uncle, Mr. D. S. Cromartie.
Mrs. B. J. Guthrie and little daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Helen of Wauchula, after spend spending
ing spending a few days very pleasantly with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W, Mc Mc-Auley,
Auley, Mc-Auley, left Monday for High Springs,
where she will visit friends before re returning
turning returning home.
Mr. J. W. Core spent Sunday in
Mrs. Z. A. McClaran, of Palatka,
formerly of this place, arrived here
Saturday to spend some time with her
old time friends.
Miss Evelyn Ferguson, who has
been with her father in'Tampa attend attending
ing attending high school, is visiting her grand grandfather,
father, grandfather, Mr. E. F. Ferguson.
Miss Ollie Mae Ferguson, who has
been staying in Georgia, is spending
her vacation with her father.
Mr. Mack Scott of Arcadia,' is
spending some time here with his
daughter, Mrs. V. L. Anthony.
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street 27-tf
Chalmers Car Now a Better Buy $ C i C
Than Ever at Its New Low Level of Jt
Chalmers prices are reduced, the new level
being from $150 to $300 under the old.
THE WINDSOR HOTEL
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room servko la
second to none
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. KAVANAUGH
The five-passenger Tourinf Car. which
$1795, is now $1545. The Roadster (was
$1795) is now $1495.
The seven -passenger Touring Car, which was
$1945, is now $1795.
The Sedan (was $2745) is now $2445; the
Coupe (was $2595) is now $2295; the Sport
Car (was $1995) is now $1695.
The wonderful Chalmers motor, the fine
Chalmers car its economy, its performance,
its .reliable, consistent service, its comfort
and beauty had already made this car an
investment far above par.
At these new prices, we do not know of any anything
thing anything that even closely approaches the Chal Chalmers
mers Chalmers from the standpoint of genuine money's
It is even more important now than a month
ago to scan the market carefully before you
buy your car.
Do this with the Chalmers, and its new price,
as your measuring rod, and we are sure you
will see the excess value which this car offers.
New Low Prices
Roadster ... 1495
7-Pas. Taurine Car 1795
Vic P. O. B. Fmetary. war t to
CARROLL MOTOR CO.
Phone 376 Ocala, Fla.
i i 1 1 1 1 it i i irrh"
ox toe soul..
one bride take care
Prohibition of Weed Would Mean
Big Financial Loss to
i Allied Trades.
WHO USES THE MATCH?
The Smofcar Mainly Also Responsible
for Spending Hundred of Millions
Annually for Licorice, 8ugar,
Coal, .Cigar Box, Tin
1. J. H
tiieirist and Optician
By GARRET SMITH
"Got a match r
Hew many times a day Is that ejaee ejaee-tlsn
tlsn ejaee-tlsn asked In these United States?
Bsw many more times Is the question
raecesary because most pockets are
kept well supplied with the useful
Uttl article? Anyhow, inasmuch as it
M estimated that there are 20.000,000
tetacee users la the country, w would
tness that the answer te that question
vould run lnte the hundreds of mll-
Tor if It weren't for the smokers in
ttese days of electric lights how many
matches would be used? A pretty
amall proportion of ,the number of
these "sticks of blazes" produced in
tte country every year. Abolish to to-bacco
bacco to-bacco and the match business would be
shot te pieces.
But the match business hi only one
of a dozen or more allied Industries
which derive large revenues directly or
mdlreotly from the tobacco trade and
would suffer heavily If national pro prohibition
hibition prohibition of tobacco were te go into
effect as some of our reformers would
have It. The annual sales of tobacco
prod arts, based en retail prices, is es estimated
timated estimated at $1,937,000,000. Of the cost
f producing and selling this quantity
of cigars, cigarettes snd other forms
of the weed, some hundreds of million
dollaas are paid out for other things
than the raw tobacco and labor of
Baking It up.
$25,000,000 a Year for Boxes
For example, the tobacco trade con consumes
sumes consumes each yesr '45,000.000 pounds of
licorlte, 50,000,000 pounds of sugar,
both used In flsTotlng tobacco, and
650,000 tons of coaL It Is estimated
that Qio value of wooden cigar boxes
used Is $23,000,000 a yesr, quite an
Item to the lumber business and to
manufacturers of the boxes.
In making these boxes 650.000
pounds of nails are .employed. Other
I largo Items used in making and pre
paring tobacco for sale are tin snd
lead foil, paper for bags and cigarette
wrapfera, cloth for tobacco bags, la labels,
bels, labels, coupons, etc., Inrolring the print printing
ing printing trade extensively.
Then building contractors and manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers of machinery are largely in interested.
terested. interested. Investments in plants and
machinery employed la manufactur manufacturing
ing manufacturing tobacco are estimated at $102,000, $102,000,-000.
000. $102,000,-000. Replacement, up-keep snd Inter Interest
est Interest on the investment mske no small
And let realty men note there are
approximately 825,000 tobacco farms
In ths country, with a total estimated
valuation of $160,000,000. Of further in interest
terest interest to real estate men is the fact
that there are 700,000 retail establish establishments
ments establishments selling tobacco. Involving a total
rental and up-keep Impossible to esti estimate,
mate, estimate, besides the large amount of of office
fice office space occupied by administrative
branches of the general business.
, The Insurance men, too, hsve their
shsre of the pickings. The tobscco
boslnaps pays out annually $7,000,000
tn preaalvms In the United States.
And'there are the railroads who reap
revenne from 210.000 tons of tobscco
products every year.
As for the sdvertlslag business,
hero again It is impossible to form
any estimate of the enormous annual
The prohibition of tobscco would also
knock: a good-sized hole In the receipts
of tbe United States government
The Eternal revenue receipts from
tobacoo for the fiscal year 1920 amount
o4 to $29509.355.44. Customs duties
provided an additional $25,000,000 in
round ttg-ures, making the total revenue
return to the government $320,000,000.
In Bo en co on Popular Sentiment
It Is this Interlocking of the tobacco
business with so many other Interests
and the vast amount of financial loss
that would be Involved la the abolition
of tobacco that Is one of the most se serious
rious serious aspects of the proposal to pro prohibit
hibit prohibit the sale of tobacco, a proposal,
hewewer. which has little support by
public sentiment If the newspaper edi editors
tors editors of the country are correct In their
estimate of that sentiment.
In a poll of the editors made recently
by tbo Tobscco Merchants Association
of the United States, through the Press
Servica Company of. New York City,
60 'pox' cent of the 7.847 editors who
replied expressed the opinion that the
people of their communities were op opposed
posed opposed to any law against tobacco. As
these editors represent some 80.000,000
readers the results form a pretty gen general
eral general teat of national oplalon.
In their remarks accompanying their
replies many of the editors expressed
It as rhelr opinion that the oppos'tlon
of thehr communities to the abolition
of tobacco wss based to some extent st
least on the damage such a change
weald do to the business Interests of
the coosiaualty. This wss particularly
true la the tobacco growing states ana"
centers wbere there were large tobscco
- But when the extent of the business
Involved in the allied laterests of the
tobacco trade Is considered, as above
briefly outlined. It Is clear that there
la hardly a section of the country that
would not be affected directly or la la-dlroctlj
dlroctlj la-dlroctlj by abolishing tobacco
NEED HAT.! MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
Gasoline, OHs and Greaae
USED CABS FOR SALE
Cars Washed ..... .fLOO
Cars Polished 0
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
Bring us your
and Auto Repairing
AUTOGENOUS WELDING CO.
& Orange St.
Geo. MacKayS Co.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
C. Cecil Bryant
Gary Block, Over 10c Store
Day Phone 47. Night Phono 515
GEORGE MacKAY A CO.
Funeral Directors, Em balm era
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Careful estimates made on all con.
tract work. Gives more and better
work for. the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Boy Scouts of America
A. R. Cassil, Scoutmaster
Meets every Friday night at the
Library,, at 8:30 o'clock. Visiting
Scouts are always welcome.
Notice is hereby griven that on the
4th day of July. -1921. the board of
county commissioners of Marion coun county,
ty, county, Florida, will meet with the tax
assessor of the said county, is theof
nee of the clerk of the said board, lor
the purpose of hearing complaints
and receiving testimony as to the
value of any property, real or per personal,
sonal, personal, as fixed by the said county as assessor
sessor assessor of taxes, and for the purpose
of perfecting, reviewing and equalix-
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
"Kniim im Vlrrh- 4vn that the
board of public instruction for Marion
county, Florida, will receive bids up
to 3 o'clock
July 4. 1121.
fnr fho rrarrhase of one or mora of
the ten one thousand dollar bonds to be
issued by the Reddick Special Tax
cnooi isistnci xio. o, junoa wuut,
Florida, said bonds bearinr .fire per
cent interest, payable semi-annually.
maturing as 1 allows:
One bond due and payable Juiy xsx,
One bond due and nayable Jury 1st,
One' bond due and payable July 1st,
Three bonds due and payable July
Four bonds due and payable July
1st, 1940. ...
The board reserves the right to re reject
ject reject any and all bids. AH comnnka comnnka-tions
tions comnnka-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.
2tf H. G. Shealy, Secy.
Bright color Percales. 36 inches.
Were L0c now 19c, at FISBXLS. St
If yoa have any soci
the Star, please call five-o.
. Mrs. W. M. Wilson and children
have returne dhome froni a pleasant
visit .with relatives in- Atlanta.
Let us deliver your grocery ; order
with your fresh meats each morning.
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 28-tf
After a' very pleasant visit to her
father-in-law, Mr. R. F. Rogers, and
familyMrs. E. S. Rogers and son Ed Edwin
win Edwin have returned to their home in
, Jackson, Tenn.
EVERWEAR HOSIERY, the best
ever and cheaper now, on sale at
Mrs. R. F. Rogers, who fell and
.severely hurt herself some .months
ago, and whose life for .awhile was
despaired of, is now much better and
gaining strength tfvery day.
GOODS SOLD AS CHEAP AS
ANY SO-CALLED SALES. There's
a reason. TRY US. FISHEL'S. 2-3t
Mr. J, T. Glenn, a prominent attor attor-.ney
.ney attor-.ney of Tampa and at one time one of
the court commissioners of the su supreme
preme supreme court of Florida,' is in town on
Midsummer hats and sport hats for
mountain or seashore, just received at
Mr. Earl- E. Whitaker, of the law
firm of Whitaker, Himes & Whitaker,
'of Tampa, is a visitor in the city.
Just received, shipment of THOM THOMSON'S
SON'S THOMSON'S GLOVE-FITTING CORSETS.
Mr. H. D. Hunt, of Bushnell, prom prominent
inent prominent truck grower and county commissioner-
for Sumter county, is
among the visitors in tow ntoday.
Our fresh meats as well as our gro groceries
ceries groceries are the best in the land. Prompt
delivery anywhere in the city. Main
Street Market. Phone 108. 28-tf
Mr. Getsen of Sumter county, a re recent,
cent, recent, graduate from the law. depart department
ment department at the University of Florida
and recently admitted to practice his
profession by the. supreme court, is
transacting business in Ocala for the
Ask your next door neighbor what
she thinks of FEDERAL rolls. She's
been using them a long time and is a
competent judge. 21-Ct
Mr. Nathan HBoswell, ex-United
States marshal, who resigned his po position
sition position some weeks ago, has accepted
a position as superintendent of the
Holder phosphate mines at Inverness.
"Just received, shipment of THOM THOMSON'S
SON'S THOMSON'S GLpVE-FITTING CORSETS.
Mr. John Moore and daughter, Mrs.
"Fred Lyons of Tampa, were over overnight
night overnight guests in Ocala, leaving this
morning for their home in Tampa.
Mr. Moore and Mrs.. Lyons were re returning
turning returning home from a visit in Georgia,
making the trip in the former's car.
Get your figs, California grapes,
and plums and Georgia peaches at the
Dixie Fruit Store, next to gas office. 3t
Mr. B. H. Weathers of Jacksonville
is a visitor in the city. Mr. Weathers
came to attend the funeral of his
friend Mr. D. W. Davis, which took
place this 'morning.
Mr. Laurie Izlar is at Clermont for
the day, visiting his parents, Dr. and
Mrs. A. L. Izlar. v
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
jfSalsftiq tne Family-
V gjgn v y Tivv Isopwe! ) J s Spot cur
following WirTTiive signified
their intention of closing their places
of business all day on next Monday,
Rheinauer & Company. Teapot Gro Grocery,
cery, Grocery, 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 MacKay & Company,
Marion Hardware Company, Fishel's;
Clark son Hardware Company, Cres Crescent
cent Crescent Grocery, Cook's Market, H. B.
Whittington, Marsh's Market. H. A.
Waterman,. Walkley & Barnett, B.
Goldman, Hunter's furniture store.
Mrs. De Witt. Griffin has as her
guests, her; mother, Mrs. Wetherell
and granddaughter of Tampa.
The many friends of Mrs. Allen
Rodgers and 'three children will re regret
gret regret to learn that they have gone to
Tampa to make that city their future
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Mr. W. V. Newsom returned to his
home in Jacksonville this afternoon,
after a brief visit in the city, having
come to attend the funeral of Mr. D.
W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
furgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose 'and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
Mr. J. T. McCollunv county, judge,"
and Mr. A. T. Coleman, sheriff of
Sumter county,-, were visitors in' the
city today from Bushnell. f
. . i
Boiled ham and chipped dried beef
are just' the things for a luncheon
these warm days. Main Street' Mar-C
ket, phone 108. 28-tf
Billie Burke will -appear in "Sadie
Love" at the. Temple tonight. Chief
Running Deer will also be there. Ad Admission
mission Admission 25 and 15 cents. ilt
Mr. and MrsA. C. Hopper of Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomp Thompson
son Thompson of Sanf ord have returned home
after attending the funeral, of their
little niece, Louise Hammack. Mr.
and Mrs. R. H. Whitten will remain, a
Nothing better than Danish Pastry
for am afternoon social event. Federal
Mrs. Charles Mathews and son, Mr.
Robert Mathews,' were visitors to. the
city yesterday. Mrs. Mathews Has
just returned from a visit to Umatilla
Say it plain when you ask your
grocer for FEDERAL bread, and in insist
sist insist uKn having it. 21-6t
R. L. Martin went to Jacksonville
today to attend the bridge opening
Get your figs, California grapes,
and plums and Georgia peaches at the
Dixie Fruit-Store, next to gas office. 3t
- The program at the Temple theater
this afternoon and tonight will include
Billie Burke in "Sadie Love" and a
performance by Chief Running Deer, j
a Sioux. Indian from California. Ad-3
mission 25 and 25 cents.
Mr. J. C. B. Koonce and Mr.! Troy
Hall of the law firm of Koonce & Hall,
of Leesburg, were business visitors
to, the city today.
There will be 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. Home, President.
This is a Studebaker year. tf
Says am m TIlM 1
e IK p - p p m
We. mil -pay. the War Tax on all refreshments and
save you the penny. Give us your patronage.
We appreciate same.
The annual meeting 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
MrM. L. Humphreys today receiv received,
ed, received, a card from Mr. J. B. Gore an
nouncing that the picnic scheduled for
Lacota on the Fourth of July had been
changed at Saturday, July 2nd.
" Wacahoota, June 30. We are hav
Ing some nice showers now anw po
tato setting is the order of the day.
Quite a number from here and sev
eral cars full of friends from Gaines
ville enjoyed a picnic at Levy Lake
last Thursday. The 'picnic was given
in honor of Mr. Tunno Mixon and
bride of Charlotte, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Bruton and Mr
and Mrs. Curtice Robinson attended
the funeral of Mr. Robert Arnow at
Micanopy last Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. Lute Howell returned Tuesday
from White Springs, where he went
to see his brother. Dr. E. B. Howell.
The doctor's many friends will be
glad to know he is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J." Edwards and
sons of Ocala attended the picnic here
. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Smith were vis visitors
itors visitors to Gainesville Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bradley and
daughter, Lucile' and Mr. and Mrs.
L. M. Smith were guests of Mrs. R.
C Epperson Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Rogers of Ocala were
dinner guests of Mrs. Lute Howell
Rev. Dr. O'Kelly of Gainesville,
filled his regular appointment at the
Baptist church Sunday afternoon. He
was accompanied here by his wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Neal and children and
Mr. and Mrs. Stevens of Raleigh, at attended
tended attended church here Sunday.
Mrs. Elvin Bruton spent Monday at
Raleigh with her sister," Mrs. Perry
. Misses Irma and Marie Smith of
Jacksonville, are guests of their
grandmother, Mrs. L. M. Smith.
Blitchton, June 29. Mrs. Burt Riles
of Miami, visited her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. O. S. Sanders last week.
Mrs. P. G. Ramsey, of Gainesville,
spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. J.
Our people attended the picnic at
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis and Mr.
and Mrs. Altman and Mr. J. A. Trip Trip-lett
lett Trip-lett of Irvine, were Sunday callers.
Miss Mertice Mann of Winter Ha Haven,
ven, Haven, spent the week-end with her
aunt, Mrs. B. C. Blitch.
Calvary, June 30. The farmers are
through shipping tomatoes in .this
part of the county, and report a very
Mrs. Eula' Sullivan and children
returned to their home at M artel last
Mr. Lafayette Miller is suffering
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fisher arrived
from Palmetto last Wednesday. Mr.
Fisher has returned to Palmetto, but
Mrs. Fisher will stay for ten days,
visiting relatives. Mrs. Fisher before
her marriage was Miss Dolly Morri Morrison
son Morrison of Ocala.
Mrs. Earl Crosby is visiting rela relatives
tives relatives while Mr. Crosby is in Titus Titus-ville.
ville. Titus-ville. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morrison were
visitors in Martel one day last week.
Mr. J. W. Morrison made a business
trip to the river this week.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
17 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
: ith a dollar's worth of other groe
eries for cash, Saturday and. Monday
only. Phone 377. '.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
VIEWPOINT NEVER THE SAME
ln Classifying ThemaelvM the Sexet
' Have Always Differed and Prob-
ably Alway Will.
It mar be said without fear of ceo
tradlctlon that a given man's Ideal ef
a woman, and that same woman's Ideal
; of herself, are two absolutely different
things. For as regards themselves tne
sexes vlslen differently. Se. general
maiKuUne ideals of feminity, and fem feminity's
inity's feminity's Ideals ef ifself, are most unlike.
We have John's John, and Mary's
John: Marrs Mary, and Je&n's Mary;
land this square Is far more difficult
even to anorehend. much less resolve.
;than is the squaring of the circle, or
(any mental glimpsing of the f eurth oi oilmen
lmen oilmen si on ef soace. Yet If the eternal
(twe ever did really understand each
kther, Interest would Immediately
Lcease : for what you understand you
appropriate, ta a sense you become
that tMng, in creating tnem male ana
female, therefore, so like yet unlike,
:Pi-nvlrt.nr constituted a distinction
mnd difference that should prove a
toerennlal seurce of interest and joy;
'with Incidental exasperations,. It may
hi), and DerDetual wender.
ii - ...
-Just like a man,- -just uxe a
woman, are the commonest of phrases
.but what it is to be -just like a
man," er -just like a woman,"-whe
lean truly say? Does man understand
woman any better today than he did
On the Stone are. or woman under
stand, man? Between the two Is for for-ever
ever for-ever fixed the enchanting bridge not
chasm of a perpetual why. The cen-
ktral core ef Identity- in eacn may ix
I minted to keeD Its secret the secret
I of a delight and God-given attraction.
) Scrlbner's Magazine.
!JUST THREW OUT SUGGESTION
Traveling Man's Interpellation Not
Really i Made With Any Genuine
1 Desire to Help."
I A Hoosier traveling man had a ho-
Ftel room next to one occupied vj tne
bwo teachers durinz the recent teach-
fers" convention. He was very tired
aad turned In early. But hardly had
he closed his eyes when the two teach
ers came In from tne evenxug
They discussed it. one of them par particularly
ticularly particularly being endowed" with a voice
commonly termed strident.-
Finally they finished with the sun-
lect and he, thinking tney were
through with conversation ior me
nlrfit. turned over again and once
more began to think of slumbering.
But after a little pause the loud talk talker
er talker began on another theme, namely.
the hard life of a teacher. ATter sne
had discussed It from all" angles, she
said: "If I only knew where I could
succeed I would leave the teaching
profession. Now, what could I really
do as well as I can teach schoolT"
Before the second teacher could an answer
swer answer wr the long-suffering man rose
to th wvasion: "Madam," he
KliMiited through the wall, -you could
! Mil auctioneer." Indianapolis
Duties of Queen Ant.
When the queen ant lays her eggs
the workers gather about and pick up
each egg as it is laid and carry it
away to the underground v nurseries,
where it is watched, and cared for by
ether workers. Sometimes the queen
will escape her attendants. Away she
hurries,, evidently bent on playing a
bit, but the- moment her disappear disappearance
ance disappearance is noted the workers scurry out
In every direction to find her, and
once she is located she Is dragged back
to the home by force and gets many
a sharp nip on the way as punishment.
The queen is three or four times as
large as the worker ant. Her first
brood finds her busy cleaning up her
house, digging a new room for a nurs nursery,
ery, nursery, washing and cleaning her babies
with her tongue, and feeding them
from her store. After the first brood,
however, this work is done by the
working ants, and the queen has noth nothing
ing nothing to do but attend to the functions
of motherhood. .
G. Cecil Bryant 1
. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Gary Block,' Over 10c Store
Arrival and departure of paasenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and -tot guar guaranteed.
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1 :50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55am.N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville'40:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland,l;25pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wflcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 'J 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm .Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. 'Thursday. Saturday.
Increase your sales. Advertise.
Your competitor advertises. Do you.
$1 VOILES reduced to 65 cents XV
V ANTED, LOST. r'OUND. FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
IF YOD -Waat
Want a Clerk
Want a Partner
Want a Situation
Want to Sell a Piano
. Want a Servant Girl
Want to Sell Your Auto
Want to Sell Town Property
Want to Sell Your Groceries
Want to Sell Your Hardwire
- Want Customers for Anything
Advertise DAILY in This Paper
Advertising Is the Way to Success
AdTerlisiag Brings Customers
Advertising Keeps Customers
Anveriising Insures Success
Advertising Shows Energy
.Advertising Shows Pluck
Advertising Is "Biz "Biz-Advertise
Advertise "Biz-Advertise or Bust .
Advertise, Long -.
' At Once
THE EVElIlllG STAR
II 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. Cord re y. Phone 434. 1m
FOR SALE Four-foot wood, both
oak and pine, delivered anywhere
in the city. L. L. Home, phone
PRIVATE LESSONS in piano, vio violin
lin violin ar.d voice. Terms reasonable. For
further information call Cevie Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, phone 305. 16-12t
FOR SALE Three registered Poland
China pigs, two sows, one male, five
months old. Address, William Veal,
Cotton Plant, Fla. 20-12t
FOR SALE Several dandy milk
. cows, gentle and heavy milkers, all
fresh. Prices are reasonable and
' cows can be seen at my residence,
71 S Lime street. Phone 378. CA.
Holloway, Ocala, Fla. 21-tf
FOR RENT Lovely big bay front
rooms, elegantly furnished and all
modern conveniences; also r large
home on bay completely furnished,
either by week or month at summer
' rates. One of the most desirable
bathing beaches in Florida. Come'
to Clearwater for your' vacation,'
Address Box 831, Clearwater, Flor Florida.,
ida., Florida., 23-12t
FOR SALE Registered Jersey bull
calf of a high producing strain,"
cheap. Parker Painter, P. O. Box
522, or telephone Anthony line. 6t
LFOR SALE A pair of good young
mules, $400. O. M. Gale. Belleview,
FOR RENT The lower floor of my
home at 503 Wenona street, consist consisting
ing consisting df five furnished rooms and
bath. Telephone 418. J. II. Ther Ther-relL
relL Ther-relL 27-5t
WANTED At once, a good second-
hand ice box or refrigerator, ice
, capacity not less than -150 pounds;
rather have 200 pounds. Colonial
FOR RENT Furnished apartment
until Nov. 1st, three or five rooms,
- 804 Fort King Ave. Apply to Miss
Meta Jewett 2S-2tm
LOST Pocketbook containing be between
tween between $50 and $C0, also valuable
papers. Lost Monday evening either'
in city or Silver Springs. Return
to owner and receive reward. H. A.
Sennefi, care Murphy Motor Com Company.
pany. Company. 28-3t
BATH ROOMS Four bath rooms on
the beach at Lake Weir fcr rent,
by thed ay or part of the day. Ad Address
dress Address Mrs. R. L. Martin, Lake Weir,
WANTED Position as stenographer,
or typewriter. Good references.
Miss Hoyt Knight, Belleview, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. ZO-Ct
' Alltf fr Tax T4 La4r
swm H, Chapter 4WS
Uwi f Klarlda
Xotlc Is hereby siven that Cafbtrhri
II llcQaahr, ourcbaser at tax ertHt.
lrate No. 44, iate4 the 2nd day of JoDt,.'.
! A. D. 191. hmm filed sakl cerUflcate .to
my office, and faaa made applicatla fr 1
tax deed to Issue in accordance vUh.
law. Said certiflcate embraces tne fol fol-lowinir
lowinir fol-lowinir described brooertr situated In
Marion county. Florida, to-wit: EWf
ot of Src Tp 11 6 K !S E- The atd
t land feeing- assessed at the date of i i-Miance
Miance i-Miance of such ctrtlScate la tkt nun
of F. W. Glover. Unleis ald certifl certifl-!
! certifl-! cate hall be redeemed according tw
law. tax deed will lsaue thereon tri
lllh Amy ml Jaly, A. I. 121
i Witness tnr official signature and
I veal this the tt day of Jun-. A. D.
I Sel T.-I. LANCASTER. JR.,
I Clerk Circuit Court. Marioa County,
I Florida. --Tivur
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