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OCALA. FLORIDA FRIDAY, JULY I, ,1921.
III MOVE IT
FOR Illf M
OCALA TIED THE
GAME WITH EUSTIS
Nomination and Confirmation of 'wil- Found his Father's Body had Been I After Eleven Spirited Innings, Each
Ham Howard Taft to the
Used as an Exhibit by a Travel Traveling
ing Traveling Show for Eighteen Years
Side Decided that It Couldn't Get
the Better of the Other
' ' Associate! I Teas)
Washington, July!. William How Howard
ard Howard Taft will Euecetl the late Chief
Justice White as head f the United
States supreme couri when that trv
bcnal convent 3 in October. Nominat
ed by P.ldent Harding, late yester.
f Assoefated Press)
Ponca City, Okla.. July 1. When
Frank Thompson entered "a carnival
shew here to view the remains of a
man designated as "Wooley Jim," the
(By L, T. I.)
Ocala and Eustis battled hard and
fast for 11 innings yesterday and
finally decided to cajtf the affair a draw
and finish it some day when they had
more time and better weather. It was
I. Thomas Submits ITO UlSTEfl THE
Joyful Crowds Throng the Streets to
Participate in the Great Event
outlaw, he identified the body as that
of his father who disapieared nearly SD.eoH t 1j
fcc ? oy twenty years ago. The body was riga that they should t at the endi
t hp Sprints vt oTtmihw iuc mn 911 f,,,-W 1 I ... 1 i
1- 1 . I , 7 ---- 'ivi me wevenin ana it was a very
Although elected to the who claimed to have kept u -eighteen Uv thi w j-
r; v". r tuorfc l.lony aice- cided that way for just as the eleventh
credited Connecticut as-a member lit was found on a freight train, h,' w L w. j
cf the yipreme court, having made Thompson asked that the body be re-Lt f ' s VT
X, l-r. 1 1 : 1 : I 1 I uuuua ue-
' -" jji.vu ma icgai icsiucikc suice 1 iiirnea to mm.
leaving IBs White House.
PERSHIF CHIEF OF STAFF
Washington July 1. Gen. Pershing
became chief iS staff today, relieving
Gen. March, who has been given leave
of absenc effec-tive until his retire retirement
ment retirement from active service in -Novem
SENATE TAKIES ITS TIME
The Senate investigation of the
?d situation was suspended to-
This is taken to
be no railroad relief
jfix present extra ses-
Nc.ertheless They Went to Work as
Usual this Morning and Will
Probably Hang on to
Chicago, July 1. One million and a
half railroad employes went to work j like to read about
MAKE A SMALL
I July 1. Cotton ; pro-
ar promises to be the
or-the last quarter of a
y's forecast by the de de-agrictilture
agrictilture de-agrictilture placing it at
.les or nearly 5,000,000
Hier wiaif iaai jeara crup.
AD MRS. PRESIDENT GO
President and Mrs. Harding left
this afternoon for a vacation outing
at the home of Senator Frelinghuysen
at Raritan, N. J.
today at reduced wages, while 1000
of their union leaders assembled here
for -conferences relief upon to keep
transportation channels open and to
decide what action the railwav em-
'Goodbread, pitching for Ocala, was
there with the goods and! pleased all
the Ocala fans so weir that he-is sure
to have a permanent home in Ocala.
He struck out nine men in the eleven
innings and only delivered six hits
into the hands of the Eustis sluggers.
Verrigan, his able opponent, struck
out eleven Ocala batsmen "and pre presented
sented presented us with eighth its.
Ucalas fielding was the kind you
Not a single one
or our T boys made an error. They
played big league ball from start to
finish. The Eustis boys were not quite
up to form and booted or dropped four
chances. The fielding of Gondr.
CHICAGO CAN BRAG
on the. biggest Still
Chicago, July 1. A giant
,:n ... i; i I. &-
jjiijr c 3 yy, M it-pmiug wage uuls. i deserves special mention and Frank
FIREMEN AND OILERS OBJECT Harris made himself famous hv
Ninety-five oer cent of the member-1 Pretty catch in left. A iialay on a long
ship of the Iternational Brotherhood I drive to the palmettos off the bat of
of Firemen and Oilers voted against Crumley in the sixth inning was a
accepting the wage cut ordered by feature of the game. .Woods" got. the
the railroad labor board on all roads ball, from the bushes, 'threAVto Lid-
today. -. I ueii, to btnckland, to Luffman -and
o&ught. tm runner at -third when he
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY was absolutely sure he had a free
17 'pounds of sugar for one dollar, picket for a home run.
Ocala shifted her line-np .for this
game and all concerned are more than
satisfied with the new arrangement.
Strickla'nd is on short, Brooks oh first.
Swink second. Wood "i-icrht field nrf
Leavengood behind the bat; "'. It is a
good combination. Come see it work
again Tarpon Springs on the Ocala
field July 4th and 5th.. Those making
To the Citizens nd Taxpas-ers of the
City of Ocala:
I was present Tuesday night with w
number of other citizens at a meeting
of the council to consider bids for
paving the streets of Ocala.
The council had gathered for the
purpose of spending $150,000. of the
people's money for street pavements.
The individual members of the coun council
cil council did not seem to be very well posted
on the different types of street paving
and had relied largely or wholly on
the advice of the city engineer.
Mr. Young had sent out specifica specifications
tions specifications calling for bids on different
types, of pavements. It is not neces
sary to go into all the details. Stid-
ham & Hughes put in by far the low
est bid submitted. This bid on sheet
asphalt was $1.09 a square yard. The
type of pavement contemplated by the
rmiey method people, 30c for the
lighter type and 80c for the heavier
type. Mr. Folks of Stldham &
Hughes was called in and explained! Wednesday, morning I again called
his bid and was then notified by the j 0UnS's attention-to the fact that
engineer that his bid could not be con- I a year a when tentative bids were
made on street paving, if I remember.
the prices were- about as follows
Finley method, light type, 45c; heavy
type, 90c.;. sheet asphalt and asphal
Jacksonville, July 1. The second
day of the bridge celebration w
usnereoin cy public receptions to
Governor Hardee and Mrs. Hardee.
After a luncheon for Gov. Hardee by
the Civitan Club at 1- o'clock, the
dedication parade will form and pro proceed
ceed proceed to the bridge, where Miss Kathe-
ruie Wilson, of Jacksonville, will
christen the structure with a bottle of
champagne. The official ball and street
dancing will be the features of the
BIG PUGS READY
FOR THE BATTLE
5 r a
t i t f &
Carpen tier and Dempsey, Trained to
a Fine Edge, Await Tomor- i
row's Conflict j
Big Four's Cra
Travis, and did not know where Camp
Travis was. He did not seem to know
that some had been put down at Camp
W heeler and that it had gone bad.
sidered for the reason that he, the en engineer,
gineer, engineer, did not approve ef the kind of
distributor he contemplated using.' In
a few minutes the other contracting
firm was called in and was handed his tic concrete, around $2.50 to $2.65 per
certified check and contract; Mr. Fin- -cqu3e yard: At the meeting o the
ley Method was then called in and counC" asphaltic concrete was quoted
promptly awarded the paving for the around 1-30J sheet asphalt around
tity, aunougn nis Did was 50c a I f-1-" a average reduction oi over
square yard fo"f the lighter type 50 P1" cent-in a year,- while the Finley
against Stidham & Hughes' bid of I method price has advanced. I 'quote
30c; 95c. for the heavier type against
stidham & Hughes' bid of 80c.
A number of citizens from Ok-
lawaha avenue protested and stated to
below copy of a telegram in reply
which is self -explanatory. This worlc
was done more than a .year ago when,
as we all know, material and lahor
Anth a dollar's worth of other eroc-
rles for cash, Saturday and Monday
ny. mono Zll. --
wky-tf i II V.. WHTTTTNGTON.
-SALE OF FANCY GOODS
Circle No. 3 of the Methodist Mis
sionary bocietv-'Will hold a sale to-
still which the police' said cost at least 1 morrow morning, at 10 o'clock, at I especially good at bat were Liddell,
$25,000 to build, and so large it maylWalkley & Barnett's store. Such ar-
be neceessary to dynamite the house J tides as aprons, children's dresses
in which it is located to destroy it, is (from ages two to f our, candy, cake,
being guarded today by the police and etc., will be on display. It
-federal officers. The still has vats 14
by 18 feet and six feet deep, while the CAUGHT A BIG FISH
coils run through the entire house, WITH HIS BARE HANDS
Luffman, Griffin, and Crumley.
The Box Score
TY COBB LAID UP
EUSTIS AB R
Griffin, ss ..... j 5 0
Rollins, 2nd ...... -v 4' 0
Crumley, If ....... 4 0
Dentj 3rd .4 0
Lassater, c .....v.. 3 0
Miami Beach, July 1. Fishermen J yjn efieid rf 4 0
have been known to make prisoners of I Kennedy 1st 4 0
huge sea turtles by riding on their I Ieou cf -1 0
' Associated Press)
veland, July 1. Injuries receiv- backs in the water, but it remained Verriean d
'Vtj Ay vsjuw wiu uuwg ww iior itaipn ji.. Kavey, local sporting
case yesieraay wui Keep mm oux oil goods dealer, to perform recently the
the game three weeks', physicians said unique feat of capturing in its native
today. Cobb spiked himself m one I element with his bare hands a fish
1 ". 1
the council positively they would not were mucn higher than at the present
submit to the Finley method on Okla- time-
waha avenue. The council agreed to Ocala, Fla June 29.
substitute asphaltic concrete on Ok- Clerk of Board of County Commis-
lawaha avenue and North Main street sioners, DeLand. Fla.: Please wire us
ind the block in front of the postof- coijtract price Finley method three-
hce, giving the Finley method people j quarter inch pavement recently let in
the. remainder of the contract. At that"
point I arose and stated to the coun
cil that 1 could not understand how
they could sit there and accept a bid
of the Finley method people for an in
your county. Signed:
'Munroe & Chambliss National Bank
Reply: DeLand, Fla., June 30.
Munroe & Chambliss National
Bank, Ocala, Fla.: Contract price Fin
, (Associated Press)
Manhassfi, July 1. Only light ex-
riiisc was on arpenuer s program
today to keep his mind off of tomor tomorrow's
row's tomorrow's battle. His trainer prescribed
phonograph music, a walk through
the woods and a long automobile ride.
The Cai pettier camp was besieged by
an army of last minute well wishers,
but they met stout resistance atlthe
gate and were turned away.
A QUIET NIGHT FOR DEMPSEY
Atlantic City, July 1. Dempsey i
will leave his training quarters her.?
some tune during the day for Jersey
City to spend the night, preparatory
to meeting Carpeutier tomorrow aft
efnoon.. He will spend the nitrht in a
private residence whose location
being kept secret by Dempsey's -man
ager. Dempsey himself doesn't know
The time of departure from here to
day and the railroad over fhich they
will travel has also been kept from
DUMPING THE DOLLARS
iNiew lork, July 1. The advance
sale of seats for the fight has already
yielded gross receipts of one million
and a quarter dollars, Promoter Rick Rick-ards
ards Rick-ards announced at
" V 3
morning. With the sale of $5 seats
tomorrow and a continuation of the
present rate of reserved seat sales.
total -sales are expected to pass the
million and a half mark.
I OTTER THAN THAT FOR "THE
Washington, Juby 1. A tempera temperature
ture temperature of between 80 and 85 and gener generally
ally generally fair weather is predicted by the
weather bureau for the fight tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. .'
Danville, Hi.', Ju!y 1. 1.-passenger
passenger 1.-passenger trr.;n ;,. .;
early tod.3v n-r C.
and the expres? r.;' r.;'-men
men r.;'-men boarded the' car
ington. At W:.r.-L
stop, twelve miles t.v.
ger was found s!.:t t"
and leg with exrrcfs
upon him, The s..fe h;
of a quantity of non-r
38 V 1
6 3 14
WILL CLOSE JULY. FOURTH
We will close oar places
six feet in length.
Racey was on a pier engaged in
spearing mullet with a light spear
when there appeared a great barra Harris If
cuda. The man threw the spear at I RrnnV i of
LiddeU, cf 5
Leavengood, c ... .5
Strickland, ss ..... 5
Wspds, rf .... .5
AB R H.PO A
t)iA fisK ari hpmcr ctrnnlf inst a Wo I c
Qt baSilieSS all day Monday, the tail tke barracuda set out for hJJ, sS"""t
I J i. 1 .1 1
aeep water, jernmg tne line
WEIHE COMPANY, Jewelers
DR. K. J. WEIHE, Oplornetrist
t .... ..."
THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS
FOR S-DAYS-OLD CALF
from J Goodbread, j) .
Parker Painter of he Broadacres
Dairy has been offered $300 by the
Thomasville Live Stock Farms Co. for
the three-day-old calf of "Oxford
Knights Goldlenr Maid," the Jersey re recently
cently recently added to the Broadacres herd.
Mr. Painter has decided that if the
calf is worth $300 to Georgia, it is
Vorthwprth $300 to help build up a
real Jersey herd in Marion county.
THE BQWYER MEETINGS
The Bowjrer salvation and healing
meetings are increasing in attendance
and interest. They are instructive,
very helpful and edifying. The sing
ing is a delightful and. inspiring feat
ure. Mr. Bowyer has himself been
raiseJup tlrree times from what, spe specialists
cialists specialists said was his deathbed, and he
has seen hundreds healed in answer to
. his own ministrations and prayers." He
hfcs a rare teaching gift. All interestr
ed are cordially invited: to attend.
Racey 's hand
In an effort to saTe his fishing-gear,
Racey leaped overboard and managed
to grasp the end of the line. The
heavy weight served to retard the
flight of the fish but it had towed
Racey more than 100 feet, when, most Crumley; sacrifice hits, Luffman, Las
01 tne time under water, he managed sater; stolen bases, Liddell, Strick
to pun nimsen up to it. Kacey caught iand, Rollins, 2, Verrigan; struck out
his victim in the gills and after a ter terrific
rific terrific struggle the fish gave up the
fight and was towed ashore.
Score by innings:
Eustis 001 000 000 00 1 6 4
Ocala .....000 010 000 00-1 8 0
Summard: Two base hits, Griffin.
by Goodbread, 9; by Verrigan, 11.
Umpires, Storey and Dayton. Time,
two hours. Scorerf Tarver.
ferior, unknown pavement at 95c f a 1 ley method treatment 25c per square
yard lor the inch and a half pavement, yard. Signed
when they had just refused to consid
er a bid for $1.09 for sheet asphalt,
two inches thick, which in my opinion,
if not the highest, certainly one of the
highest types of asphaltic. pavement;
that they had not only refused to con
sider his bid, but had practically
kicked the representative out of the
Mr. Young promptly arose and
stated that the reason Stidham &
Hughes' bid for sheet asphalt was not I hat in my opinion, Finley
considered was that he could not ad-I pavement -at 95c,-one and
S. D. Jordan, Clerk.
In brief, my statement to the coun-
vil was that sheet asphalt was a high
type pavement, if not the highest, one
of the highest types of asphartic pave pavement;
ment; pavement; that some of the principal
streets and boulevards in the United
Staes"were paved with sheet asphalt.
That the Finley method was an infe
rior, practically unknown pavement:
vise the council to use that class of inch, did not begin to compare with
pavement; that he did not consider sheet asphalt, two inches thick, at
SERVED NOTICE ON-
CLOSED MONPAY, JULY 4TH
v We will be closed Monday. Don't
forget to buy your groceries Saturday.
O. K. Teapot Grocery.
U-Serve Stores. l-2t
A dispatch from Detroit' says:
Fifty delegates to the convention of
the" Disabled American Veterans of
the world war invaded the socialist
national convention "shortly after noon
today and warned the socialists that
the veterans are ready "to fight again
to defend the flag against sedition,
disloyalty and treason."
By mistake the name of Dr. Henry
was left out of the. list printed in
yesterday's paper of citizens ap appointed
pointed appointed to organize the management
of the proposed ceramery.
TURNER FAILED TO
' TURN THE TRICK
Miami, June 30. J. C. Turner, as assistant
sistant assistant city ,clerk, was arrested last
night chareed with the embezzlement
Ralph JJorr, of Seattle, who led th j Gf omre than $5000 of the city's funds.
Day Sc:outsoI America
AV Rj Cassil, Scoutmaster
. i j.
Meets t'rvery FiUay night at the
Library, iit 8:30 o'clock. ViSitir :;
"cauts are ahy-jfjYeerne.
invading veterans, told the socialists
that advocates of force would be met
with force and invited the radicals to
"s-tep outside if they wanted to fight
for their beliefs
lorr quoted from printed reports
of the remarks of J. .Louis Engdahl,
to the general effect that his section
of the party ould fight "not as 100
per cent Americans but under the red
flag" of international socialism."
I hope these reports do not repre
sent the sentiment ot your conven convention,"
tion," convention," Horr said "but if they do rep represent
resent represent the ideas of any among you,
we have come to tell you bere,fhat it
is our intention to deal with these
people. W'e have had occasion in
Seattle to use machine guns to stamp
out disloyalty, seditiun 3rd treason
arid those f?.;ns ran. to usJ asiin
It was Turner who at midnight Mon Monday
day Monday reported to the police thathe had
been held up in his office in the city
hall and robbed of $4800 in cash and
$600 in city checks by two highway highwaymen,
men, highwaymen, one of whom he declared was
wearing a tuxedo and the other a dress
suit. Turner is being held without
WTIATS AILING AMERICA?
Too much envy of the results
hard work and too little desire
Too many desiring short cuts
wealth and too few willing to pay the
price. : .
Too much of the spirit of "get while
the getting is g-oou" and r.ot enouerh
e!d-f?hIont? Christianity Exchange.
sheet asphalt a high type of pave pavement.
ment. pavement. Right here I would like to ask
Mr. Young why he include in his spe specifications
cifications specifications bids on sheet asphalt if he
knew that it was an inferior pave pavement
ment pavement and a pavement that he could
not recommend to the council, I stated
to the council that if they did not
Jcnow, about the different classes of
pavement, with a little inquiry from
the department of roads at Washing
ton they could certainly have found
out; that the United States govern government,
ment, government, I thought, had the information
and would give it to them. Mr. Young
stated that he had "the information
and that the united btates govern
ment did not consider sheet asphalt a
high type of pavement, and that they
had adopted the inverted penetration
system, which was the Finley method,
in preference to sheet asphalt. I did
not agree with Mr. Young, and asked
him if some of the principal streets
of the United States were not paved
with sheet asphalt, streets that carry
more traffic in one hour than the
streets of Ocala carry in a month. He
stated that this was not correct.
The next morning I stated to Mr.
Young that I expected to make some
inquiries, about street paving, and
stated to hira at the time at the time
that I had been trying since the Finley
method plan was first discussed to get
some information relate to how long
these pavements had been laid and
how well they were holding up. Two
months ago I asked Mr. Cowan of the
Finley method company to furnish, the
council with information as to the
roads they had laid so that the council
could get some information as to how
they were holding up I suggested the
same thing to some" of 'the members
of the council tmd to the engineer. If
there has been any investigation
made of th Finley method roads that
have been down more than a year or a
year and a half, I have been unable
to vfind it-out. I asked Mr. Young
ajraSn Wednesday mornir.e if he could
give me the 'names and places of
$l9. Mr. Young took absolutely the
1 opposite stand and I am printing be
low telegrams that I sent out and the j sible to get better job under present
construction recommended for perma permanent
nent permanent pavements. Signed:
Munroe & Chambliss Nat. Bank.
Raleigh, N. C, June 29.
Munroe; & Chambliss Nat. Bank
Ocala, Fla.: We recommend sheet as
phalt modified topeco for bituminous
construction as best type of this class
Signed: W. S. Fallis.
Ocala, Fla., June 29.
Mr. Shi, County Engineer, Macon, Ga
.i'lejyse wire your opinion Finley
method paving. Understand laid on
Camp Wheeler road. Is ii holding
Munroe & Chambliss Nat. Bank.
: Macon. Ga., June 29.
Munroe & Chambliss Nat. Bank,
Ocala, Fla.: Finley method Used in
Camp Wheeler by government was a
complete failure. However, it was a
cheap grade of Finley method. Pos
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. C -ceived
the sad he as I
Biltmore, N. C, cf -Mr.
Benjamin F. C". !:
Beach. Mr. Cook sc-i ;
just made the trip to As' -car,
arid soon after the',:
was seized by the sicls:;.
fatal. His wife, two
granddaughter were v
Mr. Cook's remains k'."1 I
Palm Beach for burial, w.
Mrs. F. W. Cook wP.l 1,
tomorrow morning's 2:V
pecting to meet the other,
members -of the family, r.i
pany them home for the f utk
Benjamin P.. Cook mzs
street- that hA-i been i r-1 I I
ley people as Ionr as four
replies, and I will let the public judge
as to which of us is right:
Ocala, Fla., June 29.
Mr. Charles Brown, -Orlando Fla.: ?
Please wire your opinion as to first,
second and third place following types
of paying: asphaltic, concrete, sheet
asphalt, Finley method. Signed:
Munroe & Chambliss Nat. Bank.
Reply: Tallahassee, Fla., June 29.
, Munroe & Chambliss Nat,1' Bank,
Ocala, Fla.: With proper base would
say same order mentioned in your
wire. Signed: '
State Road Department.
Ocala, Fla., June 29
F. M. Edwards, City Engineer, Jack Jack-sonviller
sonviller Jack-sonviller "Fla,: Please wire us your
opinion superiority and second place
f oilowlng types paving: asphaltic
concrete, sheet asphalt,Finley jjjptfri
Munroe & Chambliss Nat." Bank.
Jacksonville, Fla., rJune 29.
Munroe & Chambliss Nat Bank,
Ocala, Fla.: Your wire date. My per personal
sonal personal opinion types of paving rate as
follows: sheet asphalt, asphaltic con concrete.
crete. concrete. Have had no experience or op opportunity
portunity opportunity to judge Finley method.
Signed: F. M. Edwards, City Eng.
Ocala, Fla.: 'Chicago has 975 milesj S1 or more' w" w5!1 Ft!I
Ocala, Fla., June 29.
Bureau of Public Roads, Bell Bldg.,
Montgomery, Ala.: Please Vire your
opinion asphaltic concrete, sheet as asphalt
phalt asphalt a3 a permanent type oT pav paving.
ing. paving. "Signed:
Munroe & Chambliss Nat. Bank.
. Montgomery, Ala, June 29.
. Munroe & Chambliss Nat. Bank,
and sheet aspnait ranx nign as a tr- n f nf Aiturc. Bureau
ins surface when provided with prop, f p tv.j,.. d. CJ PIea.se
er base.- Course success o9 either CI3injOTt superiority and
type depenHnt upon type of base." secord pIaee following types of pav-
Sismed: Kaynor. &haltlc concrete, shet aphalt
We use concrete only.
S. R. Shi.
Ocala, Fla, June 29.
Provost Hubbard, Asphalt Associa Association,
tion, Association, New York City.: Please wire
your- opinion superiority and second
place following types of pavin
asphaltic concrete, sheet asphalt, FiA
ley method, also pavement now in use
Fifth avenue and if proving satisfac satisfactory.
tory. satisfactory. Signed:
Munroe- & Chambliss Nat. Bank.
New York City, June 29.
Munroe & Chambliss Nat, Bank,
Ocala, Fla.: Sheet asphalt Fifth ave avenue
nue avenue satisfactory nd generally consid considered
ered considered highest type heavy traffic. Value
each type partly dependent upon local
conditions. Best asphaltic concrete
about' equals; sheet. Some successful
examples asphalt macadam heavy
traffic but usually medium or light
had advantage lower first cost.
Signed: Prevost Hubbard.
. Ocala, Fla, June 29.
City Engineer, Chicago, 111.:
Please wire us your opinion superi
ority and second place following type3
pavement: asphaftie concrete, sheet
asphalt and Finley method, also pave
ment now on Jackson boulevard, and
Munroe & Chambliss Nat, Bank.
Chicago, Jib, Jane 29.
Munroe & Chambliss Nat. Bank.
friend of the editor of the
knew him more than thirty
in Volusia county. He wa
of the most enterprising ra
ful orange growers in ir st
Some years later he movr i
East Coast and did his s!ur
ing up thst region. He was
minded am! kind-hearted :.: ?
enterprising man, and hi
were many. Ke made se vcra
Ocala to visit his son, d;,,.r." -and
ways gladly received r.ot
relatives but his frier. J-i. I.
in years but young in
who knew him count--1 c rr
with them for quite av.r'.le.
joins their other frienJ-5 in i
for the bereaved.
Washington, paved wi:'.i .!-
and binder concrete b -c. 1 ;
siders asphaltic concrete j I
phalt properly designed 1. -1
concrete base of appros: -value,
but Finley met!.' I
as bituminous npcsdim r-'
other typos r
; 'if ? i
Bureau Fc!.?." 2
' Ocala, Fla, J
Wright Smith, City E: :;.V
bile, Ala.: Please wire 'i j .
ion superiority and scvor. 3 t '.
lowing types of paving: a-!
Crete, sheet asphalt and 1 -od.
Munroe & Chambli?s ?,at. T
.2J Mobile, Airs, J
Munroex& Char.!.!; V
OraJa; Fla.: Aspbalf":
sneet asphalt second. T- :,t
I respectfully subml:
to the people cf Qcslx.
POUNDS SI 'J
sheet asphalt, 105 miles asphaltic con
crete. Jackson boulevard both kinds
sa'tisf actory. Sheet- asphalt most fa favored
vored favored here. Signed:
Thos. II. Byrne, Supf. Streets.
We have been a:
of our patrons that
ciate some syem
nection with i-r '.
that we have dt-i
livery. We sr preu.ij -from
our patror.3 a.i J v,
advice of one zrA vi i ;
mum cr?rge of 10c. f-r e:
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Derartment of the U
' and Finley method, also pavement row.
of sugar for f 1. Ctv
famous Creanery Dutitr, Z" c- -'
pound next Saturday (tb'v
bpught with other z' Not over
two pounds to ?rny one customer.
Flour fee and butter purchases ie
not included in the above r
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A murderer is bad and a rapist i3
worse, but the worst man in the world
!- a"bwhe legislator who hits us on the
Jacksonville today is celebrating
the completion-of the big bridge
across the St. Johns. This bridge will
be a benefit to the whole state, and
Jax has a right to feel proud of it.
A million and a half dollars worth
of roadmakirig material given by the
government of Florida was burned
thru some infernal fool's carelessness,
and yet some other fools say the stiate
has lost nothing. ;
That women know how to vote was
shown when they routed the clan of
William Hale Thompson, the copper
head mayor of Chicago. We predict
they will also put Bob LaFollette on
the toboggan when they get a chance
. . 1
Banker Stillman has great riches,
but he knows nothing of the happiness
that has been the lot of millions of
poor but sturdy young men' who have
married good girls and walked with
them hand in hand up the hill of life,
and descended peacefully into the
valley of the shadow. :
I don't wish to be mean or biased 'in
any way whatsoever, but I wish that
every member, of -the I. W. W. found
in this. country, and every bolshevist
discovered in America, might be lined
up against a concrete wall and shot,
damn 'em 1 1 have no use for a man of
any nationality who lives in America
who cannot : truthfully says: "This is
our country and this is our flag! And
lMwrrmjvith the two till the last star in
theheavens is blotted out, Tohrn,
in Kissimmee Gazette.
. Thorn is worse than Sims.
It appears that the state board of
health is in a stew. The legislature at
the request of the retiring officers,
Joe Earman and Dr. Greene, cut the
. roillage for the use of the board in
half, alleging that one-fourth mill
, was enough,and showing figures to
prove the assertion. Now, some peo people
ple people assert that Joe and Dr. Greene
asked for the reduction in order to
exalt themselves We hardly think
they could have done this if they had
been so inclined. If they made a mis mistake,
take, mistake, it was in thinking what they
had done other men could do.
The, Sima ., matter has simmered
down and the old sailor seems to have
come out on top.,? After making his
speech he was recalled home, but as
.his leave was nearly up he did not
return a day sooner than he intended.
Moreover, as he had Been recalled, his
expenses were paid by. the govern government,
ment, government, saving him steamer fare. When
'.He reached home, he was reprimanded
by the secretary of the navy, but
4here is reason to r believe that Mr.
.Denby's reprimand was only a for formality.
mality. formality. At any rate, so far as the
. MICKIE SAYS:
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two men are concern, the reprimand
hurt Denby more than it did Sims.
Immediately after-being reprimanded.
Admiral Sims paid a visit to the pres president
ident president and was cordially received. Then
he went back to his position as presi president
dent president of the -war college, a position
that no secretary of the navy could
possibly filL -The incident has been
beneficial to this country, and all the
more sobecaase of Denby's repri reprimand.
mand. reprimand. It js hard for the man in the
street or the man on the farm to un understand
derstand understand why members of Congress
should make inflam matory speeches
against England, and ask the presi president
dent president to recognize the Irish-republic,
while a man like Sims, who was serv serving
ing serving his country when most of the
congressmen were little boys, may not
speak out and denounce the people
who are trying to drive America into
a worse war than tne world nas ever
seen. .The incident ,has ,. awakened
America into, a recognition of the
bloodthirsty selfishness of the Sinn
Fein more than anything else could
.The Star has carefully read the evi evidence
dence evidence laid before the legislative com committee
mittee committee appointed' to investigate the
acts of the Catts administration. 'We
have not' found any evidence to take
into court against Catts except in
the matter of peonage. In this the
testimony against him is strong. As
for his selling pardons, there is so
much smoke that it makes one certain
there must have been some fire. But
the evidence is such that as a juror
we hardly think any conscientious and
intelligent man could convict himl The
testimony of Mendenhall hurts no one
but himself, for it makes him out not
only as a liar, but a remarkably un unskillful
skillful unskillful liar. It seems that Superin
tendent Blitch of the prison farm has
been badly imposed on by Menden
hajl; also, that Mendenhall is. un
grateful to Catts. The testimony of
Jerry Carter is such as to make peo
pie want to laugh at that guileless
youth. He doesn't seem to be aware
that he, tho' a state official, was guilty
of the least impropriety in taking an
automatic shotgun and a sum of, mon
ey in return for trying to have a
criminal pardoned. Jerry is entirely
too unsophisticated to be state inspec inspector
tor inspector of hotels at which civilized people
have to stop. He should be given his
precious shotgun and -sent to the
sticks. The investigation undoubtedly
strengthens the belief that money was
paid to state officials for pardons, but
does not clinch the blame on any one.
It is probable that a regular court
would have unearthed more definite
It has been discovered members of
the fairer sex are wearing bathing
suits in a creek near Philadelphia that
make the proverbial fig leaves look
like the wedding gowns of 1776. That
is, of course, figuratively speaking.
Your mean good figures, of course?
The statesmen of yesterday grab grabbed
bed grabbed the government bull by the hoens.
Now they play safer and shoot the
animal. Jacksonville Metropolis.
We thought they slung it.
If Mexico can prove that she hasn't
any oil left, perhaps she can keep her
sovereignty. New York World.
They call it a monarchy, but it is
King George" the Fifth and Lloyd
George the .Four-Fifths. Fresno Re Republican.
publican. Republican. A great many prominent family
trees are started by grafting. Fort
Now that they're going to publish
a list of profiteers, we predict another
paper shortage. Newspaper Enter Enterprise
prise Enterprise Association.
Still Obregon must understand that
it is difficult for us to recognize Mex Mexico
ico Mexico in. her present quiescent state
What worries Obregon is how to'
obtain the recognition of the United
States and still retain that of Mex Mexico.
ico. Mexico. Dallas News.
Alimony statistics suggest that
two can live more cheaply as one.
Mr. Harvey has not yet informed
Belgium that we fed her in order to
get rid of a uirplus and save the skin
of the American farmer. Baltimore
. . AT .
Every Thursday, 5 to 8 p.m.
Plus 8c War Tax
Bring Yotu-Piadc Supper and
Enjoy the Cool Breezes
, of Silver River
vilfoa seccr phsac
The Irish are an English-piquing
people. Washington Post.
Very f requenly rich parents make
poor parents. Greenville News.
The last verse of the hymn of hate
was a reverse. Youngstown Vindica Vindicator.
No peace of plenty is to be looked
for until there is plenty of peace.
Railroad rates remind us robberies
are not confined ,to mail-cars. News Newspaper
paper Newspaper Enterprise Association.
Will H. Hays is now free to human
ize the postaf service. Aren't demo-j
crats human, Mr Hays? Louisville
Is it the Harding idea to improve
the republican party in the South by
making it smaller? Greenville Pied Pied-mont.
mont. Pied-mont. So far as our foreign commerce is
concerned, we are rapidly getting back
to a state of splendid isolation. Rich Richmond
mond Richmond News Leader.
You see, we must keep out cheap
foreign goods lest the foreigners make
enough money to buy our surplus
farm products. Baltimore Sun.
Professor Einstein says., American
women are lovely. How much, easier it
is to understand the professor when
he cuts out theory and gets down to
fact! Marion Star.
An attractive booklet,
. "The House Across the
Way" illustrates the
value of paint har harmony,
mony, harmony, in the home.
Ask us for free copy
and color charts.
THE ONLY ECONOMICAL PAINT
IS THE BEST PAINT. Never use an ordi ordinary
nary ordinary paint on the outside of your home.
You pay just as much for labor whether you use
the best or poorest paint, but poor paints soon
fade and chip. Be sure, ask for
OH House Paints retain their fresh coloring,
they keep your home beautiful for years. ?
RAY & THOMSON
, OCALA, FLORIDA
Contractors and Builders Building Material and Supplies
SUITS SPECIALLY PRICED
EVERY SUIT GUARANTEED
It isn't always safe to "pay less;
you re likely to get less. Here's a
case where you get very much more
than you pay for.
We've priced a number of fine suits
in the higher ranges, $35.00 to
$50.00; it's an exceptional chance
to make a substantial Saving. Some
of the suits at $50.00 include two
pairs of trousers.
cent of the earth's surface, and TG per percent
cent percent of the argument against naval
disarmament. New London Day.
'Bibles are now'printed in ;53S lan languages,
guages, languages, so that no resident of "New
York, need b without & book in his
native language. Detroit Free Press.
An economist says thereehould be
more fact and less fiction in the rail railroad
road railroad controversy. Also more tact and
less friction. Pasadena Evening Post.
Sims is sauT to stand pat on his
London speech, but Pat won't stand
Sims. Dallas News, r
We have heard .of fresh-water sail-
jors but Admiral Sims' seems to be the
original hot-water sailor. -Pittsburgh
The funny psrH of it is that Euro European
pean European celebrities think they have visit visited
ed visited America when they have visited
New York. Pueblo Star-Journal.
The white man's real burden is a
lot of other white men. Washington
Bad news for the pedestrian: An Another
other Another reduction in the price of cars.
. . . v;.
What's the use of talking disarma disarmament
ment disarmament at this time? Ireland wouldn't
consent. Marion Star.
So far, no astute German diplomat
has attempted o curry favor in Am-
erica by hinting that- we started the
' war. Utiea Telegram.
s The Pacific ocean comprise
I larx j
0 to $50.00
TO GIVE SATISFACTION
LYDUNS HAD FIRST COINAGE
Treasure Deposited In th Ttvmp4f a
Wat Impressed With laa or
Symbol of Divinity.
. So far as is known, tfce Ljdiaiis;
says Herodotus, first Introduced gold
and silver coin. The invention was
not far to seek. Treasure came to be
deposited for safety ia the temples,
where It -was consecrated to the care
of the divinity by being: impressed with
a badge or symbol. The sacred sym symbol
bol symbol being accepted as guarantee' of
value, the piece of metal aojmpssed
found easy circulation.. The earliest
Lydian coins extant, deriving, probably
from the reign of Gyges (about 700 B.
C). are bean-shaped lumps of native
Lydian gold, blenched with silver.
Each coin bears on its obverse the
figure of a Hon and on its reverse the
impress of the nail-head serving to
keep the metal in place, whilebeing
struck. From Lydia the one-sided coin
spread throughout the coasts and is islands
lands islands of the Aegean sea, each city is issuing
suing issuing coins bearing the symbol f its
divinity. In Greece the earlier coins
of silver, with tie figure of ihe tor tortoise
toise tortoise on the obverse, are said to have
been struck by Pheldon of Argos. ; To
Solon, about 590 B. C is ascribed the
introduction" into Athens of the tetra tetra-draehni.
draehni. tetra-draehni. on Its obverse the head of
Athene, on its reverse an owL Sparta
enjoyed all to Itself the luxury of a
purely Iron coinage. The Greek coins
from 4S0 to 300 B. C. marked a great
advancement in the way of art, and
Anthenlan money was the chief medi medium
um medium of exchange' during this period.
Other nations later adopted their own
coinage, which has continued to im improve
prove improve with the advance of civilization.
HAVE BEER ALWAYS ON "TAP"
Beverage Free to All Members of Af African
rican African Tribe, but Little Drunk,
enneas Is Reported.
Among the Madi or Mora tribes of
the White Nile in Africa, there ex exists
ists exists a form of municipal brewery that
would make a great hit among the
thirsty in America. A special houso
is set aside for it, and all the women
of the tribe spend part of their time
in making beer from millet : seed.
White men who have tasted It de declare
clare declare it to be a first-rate drink of
fine flavor and heady results. Hie
beer is .kept la enormous jars, and
to each jar is attached a number of
gourd dippers. The beer is free to
anyone or everyone, the ; only re restriction
striction restriction being that It be drunk in
the brewery and not with meals. In
spite of this freedom the tribe mem members
bers members seldom get drunk.
To make sure their women will stay
on as brew-masters and not go running
off with other men from nearby tribes,
the girts are taken when ten or twelve
years old and hiid on the ground while
a sharp stone is used to pry and knock
out the four, upper and lower incisors.
The resulting effect is anything but
beautiful as the Intention was. The
clothing of the women consists of a
string worn around tha waist, and
changed only when it "gets so dirty
that It cannot be seen against the
dark skin. Detroit News.
The Human Species.
The human species; according to the
best theory I can form of it, is com composed
posed composed of two distinct, races, the men
who borrow and the men who lend.
To these Original diversities may be
reduced all those impertinent classifi classifications
cations classifications of Gothic and Celtic tribes,
white men, black men, red men. All
the dwellers upon the earth, Par Parthian
thian Parthian s, Medes and Elamites, flock hith hither
er hither and do fall In naturally with one
or the other distinction. The Infinite
superiority of the former, which 1
choose to designate as the great rate,
Is discernible in figure, port and a
'certain instinctive sovereignty. ( The
latter are bora degraded. lie shall
&enre his brethren. There Is some something
thing something in the air of one of this east,
Jean and suspicious; ; eonaating with
the' open, generous' manners of tho
other. Charles Lamb.
; How Hot It Is m Arizona.
Boy Nichol has given uptspendlng
bis vacation in Arizona., T received
a letter from a'frfend there the other
day." explains Mr. Nichol, "and In an
effort to show how hot it is he wrote,
Saw a dog chasing a Jack "rabbit, and
they Were both walking.' "Buffalo
Caiied for' Reprimand.
The Diner This chop's as tough as
leather. Are you quite sure your chef
didn't broil a scrap of leather for me
The -Manager 111 .see, sir. If he
did the mistake is Inexcusable
sidprins: the high price of leather.
This is a Studebaker year.
u) ID niii
With a Purchase of Oilier
Groceries Amounting !o
One Dollar or More
n ti U II II ii c s fl BBHnn-nn fl 11
We Close All Day Monday
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! KINDT'S MUSIC
Pianos and Organs -:- PhoLcnraphs a
Sewing Machines asd Supplies
Expert Repairing of Phonographs, Sewinjv
: Organs and Pianos
CASH OR TERMS v Thank yen for ycur paiv
Negotiable Storage Receipts Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
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THE WINDSOR MOTEL
' In the bean of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
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second to none '-
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JULY i, 1921
Meet me' at the Union Station
Restaurant for a regular family style 1
dinner Best dinner in the state for 75
cents.' Eat and drink all you want.
Dinner 11 a. in. to 2:20 p. m. Owned
and operated by 100 Americans- tf
Hot Boston baited beans and brown
bread for Saturday night supper.
Carter's Bakery. 24-tf
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish atthe City Fish Market
Phone 158. tf
Apply lo of antiseptic
mm jTHtALftK CJnJZt
Soothes and heals gently nxl quickly.
weeping July Reductioa Sale oi the
entire stock of men's, women's
5 and children's
Jmen's Sport Oxfords, white can-
with brown-trimmings, women's
white can vas Pumps, children's shoes
I GREATLY REDUCED.
This Special Shoe Sale will continue
through the entire month of July
I I I
i The Roanoke, (Va.) Times contains
a long and well written description of
the church wedding of Miss Mary
Callie Bennett and Mr. Frank Robert
Deyo, both of Roanoke.
The bride on several occasions has
visited Ocala, as a guest at the home
of her brother, Mr. E. C. Bennett,
with whom she entered the church,
and who gave her in marriage.
Preceding the wedding there were
many lovely courtesies extended the
bride, the Times giving an account
of the more "important ones. The bride
is one of Roanoke's most popular and
charming young ladies and following
are a few extracts' taken from the
wedding article in the Times:
"Tall palms decorated the altar of
the Greene Memorial church last
night, together with two immense
baskets of stately white roses, tied
with white tulle bows, and forming a
beautiful background for the marriage
of Miss Mary Callie Bennett, daugh daugh-ter'of
ter'of daugh-ter'of Mrs. George Leonard Bennett,
and Mr. Frank Robert Deyo. wrich
was solemnized at nine o'clock, before
a large gathering of friends and rela relatives.
tives. relatives. "While the guests were assembling,
an informal musical program was
rendered on the organ by Mrs. M. P.
Kinnier, and Mrs. Sydney Small sang
'My Song to You,' before the entrance
of the bridal party.- The bride entered
with her brother, Mr. Edward C. Ben
nett, of Ocala, Fla., who gave her in
marriage. The groom was attended
by Mr. Norman A. Boyle of Cleveland,
Ohio, his brother-in-law, as best man.
"The bride was attended by her
niece as maid of honor, Miss Elizabeth
Bennett, of Ocala, Fla. She was att
tractively gowned in a yellow taffeta,
with silver trimmings, and carried an
arm bouquet of sunset roses. The twoj
charming bride's maids were Miss
Emma Andrews and Miss Ida Engle Engle-by,
by, Engle-by, cousins of the bride. They were
gowned in, yellow taffeta and geor georgette,
gette, georgette, with silver trimmings, and car carried
ried carried arm bouquets of calendulas, tied
with orange tulle,
The bride was exquisitely attired.
in a bridal gown of white duchess
satin, embroidered with pearls and her
veil fell in graceful folds, being fast
ened with orange blossoms. Her flow-
esr were a shower of orchids and
"The beautiful impressive ring
ceremony was performed by the Rev.
John William Smith, while the Gypsy
Love Song was being softly played.
Mendelssohn's Wedding March was
played as the bridal party left the
church, and they went at onet to the
home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Ben Bennett,
nett, Bennett, where a lovely reception was
given for about one hundred and fifty
"The entire interior of the home
was converted into a garden of beauty,
in which yellow flowers were used, in
profusion, and in artistic effects.
( "At midnight Mr." and Mrs. Deyo
left fT an extended trip and will be
at home on their return at 369 Church
avenue, S. W., after July 10."
After ten day3 of terrible suffering
with colitis, little Louise Hammack,
youngest daughter of Mrs. Bessie
Hammack, passed away at the home
of her grandmother, Mrs. G. E.
Thompson, Monday morning at five"
ocloek. No one knows what an empty
place she has left in the hearts of her
loved ones at home. She was. just a
ray of sunlight in our home, loaned
to us for a few short sweet years. But
the Lord knew best, and took her
home to him. Louise was a delicate
child, but her thoughts were always of
others before herself. Although our
hearts are broken, we know that we
are better or the daily example of
her sweet little life. She leaves iher
mother, brother, Eagleton Hammack,
and sister, Cora Mae. Her grand grandmother,
mother, grandmother, who was Louise's special care,
uncles and aunts especially feel their
loss keenly, as she has lived with them
and been a member of their family,
since fifteen months of age. That
they thought of her more as a loved
and younger sister than a niece.
Though we see into the glass darkly,
we will soon see her face to face.
DO IT NOW
Just received, shipment of THOM:
SON'S GLOVE-FITTING CORSETS,
THE UNI VERS At- CAI5
Here areauthentic 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
- : Total Production 127,074 Total Retail Sales 208,032
showing that actual sales for the first three months of 1921 ex exceeded
ceeded exceeded production by 80,958 Ford cars and trucks!
April requisitions already specify 107,719 additional cars
and trucks and the estimated April output of the factory and as assembly
sembly assembly plants combined calls foronly 90,000!
These facts clearly show that the demand for Ford products
is growing much faster than manufacturing facilities to produce
and were it not for the dealersMimited stocks, which are now be being
ing being rapidly depeleted, many more customers would have been
compelled to wait for-their cars. It will be only a matter of
weeks, therefore, until a big surplus-cf orders will prevent any anything
thing anything like prompt deliveries.
If you would be sure of having your Ford car or truck when
you want it, you should place your order now. Don't delay
Phone us or drop us a card.
- OF WOMEN'S AND MISSES'
AND 'SUMMER APPAR
Beginning July: 9th and continuing throughout
July. Taking our loss in order to clear our shelves of
all spriug and summer wear. W onderful values pre
vail on all articles. We are offering our entire sto
of Blouses, Kimonos and Skirts at reduction of 1-4 of
If with pleasure you are viewing any
'"work a man is doing,
If ycu like him or you love him, tell
Don't withhold your approbation till
the parstm makes oration t
And he lies with snowy lilies o'er his
For no matter how you shout it, he
won't really care about it;
He won't kndw how many tear drops
you have shed.
If you think some praise is due him,
now's the time to slip it to him,
For he can not read his tombstone
when he's dead.
More than fame and more than mon- I
ey, is the comment kind and
Anu ine neartv warm anprovai oi a
or it gives to life a savor, and it
makes you stronger, braver,
And it gives you heart and spirit to J
the end. ,s
f he earns your praise, bestow it. If I
you like him, let him know it.
ret the words of true encouragement
Do not wait till life is over and he's
underneath the clover;
he can not read his tombstone!
when he's dead.
Paul B. Mason in Moderator-Topics.
ome Among Our Many 0ferfns-.
"Georgette Blouses, priced $3.50, on sale J1.98. Tricolette in colors, $7.03 and
$8 00 values, for $4.75 and $5.98. Ladies Plaid Skirts, $2.98; Middy Blr cs,
31.75; values now, 98c; $2.50 Middy for $1.25.
Silk and Crepe Dechene Tcd Tcd-,
, Tcd-, dies, Nainsocks in white and
pink colors for 79c, Se, Zi3
Voiles in colors 35c, on sale
at 22c yd. Apron check and
dress gingham at 13c yd. Un Unbleached
bleached Unbleached muslin at 7c yd.
Scrim at 18c yd. Bungalow
aprons valii$1.50, on saleCTe.
Bungalow dress $2.50 value for
S1.85. An assortment of Or
gandy. Waists in colors, neatly made, $3.00 value for $1.49, and many other
articles too numerous to mention.
Men's Straw Hats 49c up
Men's Blue fehambray Shirts, 79c. Our shoe stock has been cut in half.
ark a visit to our store to see the many offerings.
Owing to the great sacrifice made, none of these
can be charged or exchanged
Conner, June 30 E: A. Cordrey and
amily spent Sunday in Anthony, vis
iting relatives.' '-
Mrs. C. H. Rogers and baby, Jane
Elizabeth, left Friday for Daytona for
a visit of several weeks to the former's
sister, Mrs. D. C. Clifton. She will
visit relatives in several other places
E. Q. Powell was a busmess visitor
in Ocala Friday.
Mrs. J'. N.' Stevens, who has been in
local sanitarium in Ocala for three
weeks, was sufficiently recovered .to
return to her home. She was accom
panied by" Mr. Stevens and "her baby
girl, who has been named Beulah
Powell Stevens. ?
Frank Smith, wife and two children
and Capron. Smith and wife spent the
week end very pleasantly at Salt
Dr. A. H. Wirigo left for Atlanta, a
wek ago for a visit to' his daughter,
Miss Annabel Wingo, who was ill. He
turned home yesterday accompanied
by Miss Wingo, who will spend some
time jn Florida while recuperating.
George Randall and Jack Powell and
Misses Martha Powell anjd Wynonah
Randall motored to Silver Springs
Sunday afternoon. 4
The heaviest rain of the season fell
this afternoon, lasting about two
hours, and was accompanied by a ter
rific thunder storm.
The .big Fourth of July picnic to be
held at Lacota, our closest neighbour,
will be on Saturday instead of Mon Monday,
day, Monday, for various reasons. .Everybody
The following are the new officers
of the B. Y. P.U.; elected last Sunday
evening: President, W. C. Henderson;
vice president, Mrs. Capron Smith;
secretary-treasurer, Miss Wynonah
Randall; group leaders, No. 1, Miss
Gladys Stanaland; No. 2, Lonnie Ran Randall;
dall; Randall; No. 3, Ralph Stanaland. Dr.
Wingo was chosen as quiz leader, and
the committees will be announced next
Hull Atwater left this morning for
Palatka, where he will visit a short
time, when he will go to the East
Coast for awhile.
"Edward Mason, the small son of
Mr. Henry Mason of Conner, was ac accidentally
cidentally accidentally shorin the arm several days
since, by the awkward handling of a
gun. He is in the hospital in Ocala..
will 'close july' 4
Cor. Broadway and Orange St., west of Com'l Bank Bldg.
SALE BEGINS SATURDAY, JULY 9,
C0NSMJING THROUGH JULY
- 'f .lii'tt '
TUCKER & SIMMONS
Made from Choicest Grains
and Finest Hops r
TT is"the most stimulating, refreshing drink
you haye ever tasted. It nas a deiignum rang
and flavor all its own. 1
Ambrosia is pure and wholesome beneficial for
every member of your family. It tastes delicious
with a bite to eat. iry it today.
ORDER A CASE "SENT HOME
AMBROSIA IS MADE KD BOTTLED ONXY BY
CENTAL CONSUMERS CO., Louisville, Ivy.
The following firms have signified
their intention of closing: their places
of business all day. on next Monday,
July 4th: -"7-
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,
Clarkson Hardware Company, Cres Crescent
cent Crescent Grocery, CooVs Market, H. .IB.
Whittintrton. Marsft's Market, IL A.
Waterman, Walkley & Harnett, "B. j
Goldman, Hunter's furrltnre .I ft it,
t:fi, ,!!..; byitselroi
I fi II'"'
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: LET -US DO YOURTO"
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1921
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25 OUNDS SUGAR FOR
We have been advised by many
of our patrons that they would, appre appreciate
ciate appreciate some system of delivery in con connection
nection connection with our Self -Serve Stores,
that we have decided to put on a de delivery.
livery. delivery. We appreciate r suggestions
from our patrons and we will take the
advice of one and will make a mini
mum charge of 10c. for each delivery,
BEGINNING SATURDAY MORN MORNING.
ING. MORNING. NOW YOU CAN BUY A
WEEK'S SUPPLY OF GROCERIES
AT A SAVING AND HAVE THEM
DELIVERED FOR 10c,
With the first ten purchases of $5
or more Saturday morning, July 2nd,
we will sell 25 pounds of granulated
sugar for $1. With all4othe:r purchases
of $1 or more, we will sell 18 pounds
- of sugar for $1. Glovei bloom the
famous Creamery Butter, 35 cents per
pound next Saturday (the 2nd), when ICS
bought with other goods. Not over
two pounds to any one customer.
Flour, feed and butter purchases are
not jnciuaed in the above named
Cash and Carry
One East One .West City Square.-
FLY OF AFRICA
I Oeala, Fla.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
If you have any society items fori
the Star, please cJl five-one.
' Hot Bostop baked beans and brown
bread for Saturday night supper.
Carter's .Bakery. ?4-tf
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Day Phone 47. Night' Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO,
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Mr. B. S. Weathers returned to his
home in Jacksonville last night after,
a few days visit in the city. Mr.
Weathers came to Ocala to attend the
funeral of Mr. D. W. Davis, which
took place yesterday.
Just received, shipment of THOM THOMSON'S
SON'S THOMSON'S GLOVE-FITTING CORSETS.
Let us deliver your grocery; order
with your fresh meats each morning.
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 28-tf
Bring us your
and Auto Repairing
AUTOGENOUS WELDING CO.
& Orange St.
Mrs. Welsh Wheeler will return to
I Ocala the first of the week from
I Tampa, where she has been enjoying
1 a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Robert Clark and family.
GOODS SOLD AS CHEAP AS
ANY SO-CALLED SALES. There's
a reason. TRY US. FISHEL'S. 2-3t
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
17 pounds of sugar one dollar, j.-1
with "a dollar's wortn of other groc-ivj:
eries for cash, Saturday and Monday
rvnlv. Phone 377.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
Sugar and Milk have greatly reduced in price.
We can therefore serve drinks and creams cheapt
Mr. John Chazal, Miss Onie Chazal
and Misses Florence and Dorothy
Brooks and Mr. Woody Young of Ok-
lawaha, will form a merry party who
will motor to Daytona Beach for the
Ice Cream Cones 4c; War Tax lc.5c
Coca Cola 4c," .War Tax lc 5c
Ice Cream; Dish 9c. War Tax lcl.lOc
Chocolate Milk 7c, War Tax lc. .8c
Limeade 9c, War Tax lc 10c
.-now" MethodfisiljiThia Pest
' i r. c o ..
NFFTOI AM MOTOR CO.
Dreams Mosquito Remedy
A traveler in relating his various General" AUIO Repalrinfl
experiences in -Africa, casually men
tioned"' how the natives protected
themselves against the lavages of the
Tsetse fly. As is generally known,
thft hitp nf this flv rpsnlta in "sleeD-
ing sickness," a malady from which ar?
no unfortunate ever recovers.
W. K. Lane, ,M. D physician and
mrgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
XtX2X!XlxaZ5Xl& throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala, Fla. Advt tf
FOR THE LADY WHO CARES
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Polished ... B0
"The exact thing you want you will
find at Hooper's Milady Beauty Par Parlors.
lors. Parlors. We are now equipped to furnish
you any line in cosmetics that4 you
are looking for. Our cosmetician is
able to give the very best in skin and
scalp treatment manicuring, sham
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and lot guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LIKE 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 Fetrsbrg 4:Uo pm
2:55 am N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:lo am
1 :50 pm Tampa-Manatee l:3o pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pro
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jacksonville'Yorfc 2:33 am j HAUL I N G Having secured a
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm large truck, I am now prepared to do
2:2oam ftJ1?6'01?111?? moving and heavy hauling on short
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lake and 2:27 am t tv. aa
3:24 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland laapm iuul-:- wiuiej. muc
7:10 am Dnnnellon-vv ucox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pnr Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 1,1:50 am
Mon-av, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Tursdav. Saturtlav.
Milk Shake 9c, War Tax lc - IGe
Malt Milk 13ct War Tax 2c 15c
All Sundaes 18c, War Tax 2L- .20c
All Bonbons 23c, War Tax 2c23c
AH Parfaits 23ct War Tax 2c... ,25c
Come to see us. We appreciate your patronage. THE VOGUE.
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It was reasoned that a remedy cap
able of keeping off these flies would
also keep mosquitoes ofT.' So in Amer
ica this remedy was reproduced as
nearly as possible. Having been found
exceptionally satisfactory as a mo-
snuito remedv. this mixture has since
N been offered in commerce under the
trade name of Sweet J)reams. The
t efficiency of the preparation has caus caused
ed caused its immediate acceptance every everywhere.
where. everywhere. And the traveler doesn't yet
knows that his entertaining story re resulted
sulted resulted in the birth of an industry.
When mosquitoes are troublesome
try Sweet Dreams. Sold everywhere,
, i r 1- Jt
ru.i.. A,; V. nroncio Qt Poomg, etc. Electrolysis worit aone
in ait t in o g caaov vki wi ts
June brides take care
of your eyes, the win-
:dows of the soul.
a specialty. Phone 272, 112 Fort King
avenue. The shop where the children
like to go. .. 27-tf
V ANTED, LOST, FOUND. FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE Four-foot wood, both
oak and pine, delivered anywhere
in the city. L. I Horne, phone
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
Wednesday or Thursday. Return to
Farmers' Exchange Store. l-3r
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms, caii phone zJis or apply ax
' Notice is hereby, eiven that the
Board of Public Instruction for Mar
ion 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 II. G. Shealy, Sec'y.
Midsummer hats and sport hats for
mountain or seashore, just received at
- DR. K. J. WIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
.; Eyesight Specialist
C. Cecil Bryant
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT ;
Gary Block, Over 10c Store
Careful estimates made on all Ton Ton-tract
tract Ton-tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the cityi"
Ladies' $5 HATS reduced to $3.50;
$4 and $4.50 HATS reduced to $2.98,
at FISHEL'S. 2-3t
The annual meeting of the stock
holders 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 on the
4th day of July, 1921, the board of
county commissioners of Marion coun county,
ty, county, Florida, will meet with the tax
assessor of the said county, in the of office
fice office of the clerk of the said board, t or
the purpose of hearing complaints
and receiviner testimony as to the
valuev of any property, real or per personal,
sonal, personal, as fixed by the said county as assessor
sessor assessor of taxes, and for. the purpose
of perfecting, reviewing and equaliz equalizing
ing equalizing the assessment f taxes in and
for said county. Said session of the
said board will continue from day to
dav as Ions as may be necessary.
The Board 01 county commissioners,
Marion County, Florida.
T. D. Lancaster Jr., Clerk.,
By Edna Walker,
6-14-tf Deputy Clerk.
PRIVATE LESSONS in piano, vio violin
lin violin and voice. Terms reasonable. For
further information call Cevie Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, phone 305. 16-12t
FOR SALE Three registered Poland
China pigs, two sows, one male, five
months old. Address, William Veal,
Cotton Plant, Fla. 20-12t
CLOSED MONDAY, JULY 4TH
We" will be closed Monday. Don't
forget to buy your groceries Saturday.
O. K. Teapot Grocery.
U-Serve Stores. l-2t
Our fresh meats as well as our gro
ceries are the best in the land. Prompt
delivery anywhere in the city. Main
Street Market, hone 108. 28-tf
This i a Studebaksr year.
23 111! MMXI
Boiled ham and chipped dried beef
are just the things fjr a luncheon
these warm days. Main Street Mar
ket, phone 108. i 28-tf
FOR SALE Several dandy milk
cows, gentle and heavy milkers, all
fresh. Prices are reasonable and
cows can be seen at my residence,
715 Lime" street. Phone 378. C. A.
Holloway, Ocala, Fla. 21-tf
FOR 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 of five furnished- rooms and
bath. 'Telephone 418. J. H. Ther Ther-rell.
rell. Ther-rell. 27-5t
WANTED1 At once, a good second secondhand
hand secondhand ice box or refrigerator, ice
capacity not less than 150 pounds;
rather haye 200 pounds. Colonial
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,
FOR RENT Lovely big bay front
rooms, elegantly furnished and all
modern conveniences; also large
WANTED Position as stenographer
or typewriter. Good references.
Miss Hoyt Knight, Belleview, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 30-6t
LOST In Ocala or on Blitchton road,
30x3 smooth tread Fish auto cas casing
ing casing on rim; fits baby Overland. Lost
34 N. Sanchez t:, Ocala.
TRANSFER SERVICE When you
want baggage transferred or have,
light or heavy hauling,; locally or
long distance, phone 434, .L. E.
Cordrey. ; 7-1 -1m
LOST Pocketbook covtfaining be be-twc3n
twc3n be-twc3n $50 and $60, af valuable
papers. Lost Monday evening either
in city or Silver Springs Return
to owner and receive reward. IL A.
Senneff, care Murr.hy Motor Com Company.
pany. Company. 28-3t 7
SUNDAY EXCURSION VIA
ATLANTIC COtST LINE
!0 JA Ocala to Jacksonville and
. return including war tax.
Tickets on sale e tch' Sunday during
periud June lOthVo, Sept. 4th, 1921;
Tickets llnnted to rotor"
sale. Good on tras
in date of
For fuither inforn
EAT AT THE MA
Best meals in the city
Twenty-one meal ticket fo
2G0, 310 N. Main street
- 'Free lemoislralloi
SATURDAY, AIL DAY, JULY 2nd
Billie Burk will appear in "Sadie
Lo.ve" at the Temple tonight. Chief
Running Deer wil also be there. Ad Admission
mission Admission 25 and 15 cents. It
When CQttoti is selling as cheap aa
it did before th war everything is
bound to decline; Buying only in small
M quantities we are always able to give
B you the benefit of these declines, and
you will always find that we will sell
you as lQw as the lowest regardless
of sales. TRY US. FISHEL'S, across
from Marion Hardware Co. 2-3t
0. IL Topofi Grocery
So Pure and Rich It Whips Like Cream
Other means of marketing fruit having failed to yield uniformly satisfactory'
. Why not jin the Florida Citrus Exchange?
i Experience Having shown that speculators lack in regard for the growers' in-
Why net jln the Florida Citrus Exchange?
Monthly pains, ;
pains, headacne, backache and
all other aches are quickly re relieved
lieved relieved by
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills
Contain no dangerous habit habit-forming
forming habit-forming drugs. ,Why don't you
Ask your druggist
In order to make room for our La Ladies'
dies' Ladies' midsulnmer HATS we iare abso absolutely
lutely absolutely sacrificing our SPRING HATS.
Just received, shipment of THOM THOMSON'S
SON'S THOMSON'S GLOVE-FITTING CORSETS.
Since the growers are entitled to know wfcere their fruit sells, when, to
whom and for .how much money . t
- v Why not jdn the Florida Citrus Exchange?
Because the only way to make an institution better is to get on the inside and
assist in running itr- v m the Citru3 Exchange?
' "" -1 t
Inasmuch as co-operative marketing is based on the principle that the growers
together have, the ability to handle the selling of their products
Why not join the Florida Citrus Exchange?
.Since the need for the growers' own organization is greater today Jhan ever
before and since Its efficiency may be increased by every additional
Why not join the Florida Citrus Exchange?
Wfll you not agree that the Florida Citrus Exchange ha accomplished much and lhat
to join NOW would give the organization the benefit of your experience and judgment?
For information as to membership consult" the manager of the nearest association or
sub-exchange, or write to the business majaager at Tampa.
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