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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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EVENING

STAR

TEM PF"t ATUBES
This morning, 72.
This afternoon, 83.
WEATHER FORECAST
Locals thunder showers' tonight or
Sunday.
VOL. 21
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1921
NO. 150

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His Weight and Strength Proved Too
3Iuch for the Science; and Agility
of His Gallant Opponent

- (Associated Pre)
New York, July 2. The entire met metropolitan
ropolitan metropolitan area scetlic J today with a
frenzy of exziirieni unprecedented in
- the annals of s. ott cs il.3 hours roll roll-'
' roll-' ed slowly tl vard in ; Dempsey-
Carpentier clash for the world's
haavywc'jht boxing championship.
New York ? tensions and gorgeous
hotel; ciy began disgorging bril brilliant
liant brilliant prt:es pf women and men, intent
on getting to the arena in Jersey City
early. Other fan3 had -begun to
scramble toward the arena hours
earlier by ferry, flivver r.rd train.
Even the early arrivals found them themselves
selves themselves out-generalled by an advance
guard of several hundred ri'm and
toys who spent the night in line wait waiting
ing waiting for the first crack at the $5.50
unreserved seats.
Dempsey awaited tha hour to de defend
fend defend his title i a Jersey City resi residence,
dence, residence, where he spent the night. Car-
- pentier left his quarters at Manhasset
Ly automobile for Port Washington,
where a yacht awaited to bear him to
the fight city.
Odds 4 favoring Dempsey shortened
maikedly in the last 'hours of betting,
' but the champion still reigned a two
or two and a half favorite over the
challenger. Carpentier, however, ruled
the sentimental favorite.
ATTEDANCE EQUAL IN NUMBER
-TO THREE ARMY CORPS.
Ringside, July 2. The gates open opened
ed opened at 9:45 and in popped the crowd.
Men and women poured through the
" entrances. The big saucer filled from
" the brim down instead of, from the
bottom up, the firts to arrive being
... the-gallery gods, who had camped all
night outside the arena to buy the
. $5.60 seats. Gradually, however, the
. wave of humanity rolled down to the
' ringside as the more plutocratic ticket

holders reached the stadium.
The early comers sat down to wait.
They had just three things to do:
debate the weather prospects which in
the morning appeared dubious, admire
the world's greatest arena in which
more than 90,000 could be seated and
speculate on future ring history. The
overcast skies gave a constant threat
of rafn. It is an ideal day for the
spectators for there is no scorching
sun.
About the ring experts were set setting
ting setting up the telegraph instruments
which were to report the fight to mil-
lions throughout the world. Further
back in the arena hundreds of ushers
and food vendors bustled.
The first of the six preliminary
bouts t noon eastern stand-
orincipals are due to
3 o'clock astern day-
rrjr"fe or two o'clock east
ern standard time. It was announced
at 11:30 that the main bout would go
on scheduled time, rain or shine.
CARPENTIER ARRIVED AT TWO
O'CLOCK
It began to sprinkle at 1:15. The
railbirds with nothing but the wide
world between them were the only
ones who dared to raise an umbrella.
The rain stopped in a few minutes.
The crowd showed its first enthusiasm
when Governor Edwards entered the
arena. It was .announced at 1:30 that
every seat in the arena had been sold,
meaning that 91,600 seats would be
. occupied.
Carpentier entered the arena at 2
o'clock and went immediately to his
dressing room. The challenger was
as dapper as ever in a gray suit and
cap to match. It was learned that
several members of George's training
camp had placed nearly $5000 that
Carpentier would win by a knockout
at odds of three and five to one.
IN THE RING
Carpentier entered the ring at
2:57 and Dempsey entered two min minutes
utes minutes later.
Dempsey greeted Carpentier with a
smile and "Hello, Georges," when they
shook hands. Bill Brennan was in introduced
troduced introduced and challenged the winner.
Carpentier weighed 172 and Dempsey
188.
ROUND ONE
They were off at 3:18. Carpentier!
landed a ngui iein, iim-uiu.
pentier landed a right. They fought
. at do i a.-ge in a clinch. Dempsey
was short with a left to the head. Car Carpenter
penter Carpenter missed a light let connected
with a left hooky Dempsey pumsneu
i,:.v, ha'finr him unmercifully. Car
pentier was groggy and bleeding at
the nose. .Dempsey missed a ngnt
swmg but Deai varPc""t"- v
Vwvd. Carnentier. fell througn tne
V, trvine to avoid a punch. He
nto Dempsey when he crawled j
o the ring and landed several!
the champion's body at the
sey had the better of the
-: .' :
'v !ND TWO
Wd with his left and
' hooked him with

a right to the jaw. Dempsey follow

ed, beating him around the head with
rights. Carpentier staggered Demp Dempsey
sey Dempsey with six rights, and lefts to the
jaw. Dempsey staggered back and
split the Frenchman's left eye with a
hook. The cut was under the eye.
They exchanged body blows in the
clinch and the bell rang.
ROUND THREE
Carpentier ducked a left. He back backed
ed backed Dempsey into the ropes and hit him
with a short right. Carpentier landed
two uppercuts to the body in a clinch.
As they clinched Dempsey punished
the invader in the body. They missed
lefts to the head and Dempsey punish punished
ed punished Carpentier viciously in the fight fighting.
ing. fighting. Dempsey landed a left and right
to the head without return. They ex ex-changad
changad ex-changad left hooks to the chin. Demp Dempsey
sey Dempsey clubbed Carpentier on the jaw
with left hooks in the clinch. Demp Demp-esy
esy Demp-esy batteied Carpentier into a corner
with rights and lefts at the bell. The
I ell sred Car'iuior from a knock knock-cat.
cat. knock-cat. It wa3 Dcpsey's round.
ROUND FOUR"
Dcr.pscy iusi.ed Carpentier to the
ropes and a left to the body made the
cl-n'.ler.gijc vince. Carpentier landed
a right to the head and tried to hang
on. Jack floored Carpentier for the
count.
Frenchman Made a
- Carpentier finished flat on his face
with his legs and arms outstretched
in the fourth round. Dempsey knock knocked
ed knocked him out with a short right hook to
the chin on minute and sixteen sec seconds
onds seconds after the round started. Pre Previous
vious Previous to the knockout, Carpentier was
floored with a left to the body and a
right to the chin. The Frenchman took
the count of nine, then Dempsey
stretched him out, stood by until the
count was finished and then tenderly
picked up the bleeding and dazed
Frenchman and diagged him to his
corner.
Dempsey gave Carpentier an un unmerciful
merciful unmerciful hea' 'g. He ononed up a cut
undr the Frenchman's eye and bat battered
tered battered hill-, so viciously Garpentier!s
fac3 wei swollen mvl bleorlin?. The
Frenchman fought back gamely but
was outclassed. Carpentier was out
only r. few seconds.
Panama Canal Locks.
There are few things more interest interesting
ing interesting to the average traveler than to
pass through the great locks of the
Panama canal. The ve'ssel enters very
slowly and as she loes lines are taken
aboard leading to electric motors or
"mules," which keep her In the center
of the lock. Then the great gates at
the rear swing together and the water
Is turned Into the enclosure thus
formed. Looking over the side of the
steamer one sees a great bubble of
water rise from the bottom, then a
second and third appear until finally
the. whole sm la -e of the lock Is bollr
lng. The pressure Is so great that
often fish sucked Into the .drains that
lead from the Gatum lake, are drawn
In and thrown several feet ino the
air. When the proper level is finally
reached the gate ahead of the vessel
opens and the "mules start forward,
dragging the vessel free from the lock j
oerore sne moves aueaa uiiuer iier
own power.
Carnival Festivities.
- Carnival festivities originated In the
Roman Catholic countries of Europe,
where they were celebrated, especial especially
ly especially in Rome and Naples, with great
mirth and freedom during the week
before the beginning of Lent. MardI
Gras (literally "Fat Tuesday," so
called for the French practice of pa parading
rading parading a fat ox, "boeuf gras," during
the celebration of the day), or Shrove
Tuesday, is the last day of the car carnival.
nival. carnival. The festivities were first In Introduced
troduced Introduced Into New Orleans In 1833, by
one of Its French citizens, Mr. Marlg Marlg-ny,
ny, Marlg-ny, and for many years they consisted
of promiscuous maskers roaming
through the streets of the city, indulg indulging
ing indulging in various kinds of amusements,
fun and folly.
Oldest Crown Jewel a Sapphire.
Only a few of the early British
royal jewels survive in the present
regalia. The oldest of these Is the
sapphire of Edward the Confessor,
which was originally set in his coro coronation
nation coronation ring. It was buried with him
in his shrine in Westminster Abbey,
but in 1101 the shrine was broken
open and tfci and other jewels re removed.
moved. removed. The sapphire is In the cross
n the top of the king's state crown.
Legend has it that ?L John once ap appeared
peared appeared before the Confessor as a pil pilgrim,
grim, pilgrim, and that the monarch gave him
the ring, which was returned later.
The stone Is reputed to have the pow power
er power of curing sciatica and rheumatism,
but. has not been : used, for this pur purpose
pose purpose rQjnt!y.
Embarrassment.
Of course," remarked Senator Sor Sorghum,
ghum, Sorghum, "I was proud to have a vote so
overwhelmingly in my favor. And yet
it has Its disadvantages." ,.
"In what way?'1
"I am compelled to feel a sense of
obligation toward everybody who
votes for me ; and a landslide makes
the number so great that I can scarce scarcely
ly scarcely keep n with the responsIbllltLsa

Noble Fight

TARPON SPRINGS
VS OCALA MONDAY

Sponge City Has a Fine Team and
OcaLa Fans Will be Glad to -See
It Again
(By L T. I.)
The fast team from Tarpon Springs
will be in our city again Monday and
Tuesday, July 4th and fth. Spend a
part of your glorious Fourth at the
ball park helping Ocala win. Tarpon
as already played two games with us
and both games were good ones. The
scores for the two gSmes were 3 to 2
in favor of Tarpon and 2 to 1 in favor
of Ocala. What more could be dis discriminating
criminating discriminating baseball public desire? It
is the intention of both teams to win
both games Monday and Tuesday so
that the championship will lie decided.
Ocala has a battery that is both
good and unique GOODbread and
LeavenGOOD. Both boys are about
half good. Put; them together and
you have. a combination that is hard to
beat. Leavengood has what it takes
to put, the LEAVEN in Mike Good Good-bread's
bread's Good-bread's BREAD. If you fans believe
in an omen of good luck this combi combination
nation combination is bound to win.
The weather is pretty rainy these
days. If it looks like rain for the
games Monday and Tuesday don't
take it for granted that there will be
no game. We will play unless it pours
all the afternoon. If it rains hard at
three o'clock and then stops before
four, there will be a ball game. We
are promising Tarpon Springs' ex expenses,
penses, expenses, which amount to over $150
for the two days. We can't afford to
lose. Come but and see the game and
help pay the visitors for their trip.
All who are disinclined to help a
good cause and who would push a lit little
tle little sick chicken in the creek can stop
their cars on Orange street and see
the game free of charge. Th team
can't make you move on, but they can
surely take a good look at you. We
wish to call special attention to those
parked on Orange street so that ev everybody
erybody everybody will know that you have not
t?Jd admission.
ROTARIANS ON THE RUN
But Managed to Save their Charter,
Even WTiile in Retreat
(Associated Press)
Live Oak, July 2. The recently or organized
ganized organized local Rotary Club received
its charter on the run, as it were,
when a thunder shower burst forth
upon the presentation ceremonies.
The ceremonies had been arranged
to take place in the open. Rotarians
from nearby South Georgia and Flor Florida
ida Florida towns had been entertained at a
picnic spread. Various delegations
had rendered songs and numerous
speakers had bespoken success for
the infant organization, all by way
of leading up to the presentation.
Finally District Governor "Dick"
Smith, who was to deliver the coveted
paper, was led to the rostrum amid
much ado and a myriad of varied col colored
ored colored lights.
Governor "Dick" warmed up to the
occasion but the thunder shower
caught him in- the midst of a gesture.
The charter bolted and started off
with the wind, while the audience
scurried for the courthouse nearby.
The recalcitrant charter was quickly
retrieved by the governor and "pre "presented"
sented" "presented" to E. George Fallison who
"accepted" it as they hied themselves
to a refuge.
ANOTHER BANK FOR .MIAMI
(Associated Press)
Miami, July 2. Organization of
the Miami National Bank to take over
the Fidelity Bank & Trust Company,
which closed its doors in May, was
announced here today. Geoige E.
Noland ,of Orlando, was elected pres president;
ident; president; G. M. Layton, of Lakeland,
vice president,' and John Welbourne,
son of Governor Welbourne of the At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank, cashier.
JAPAN IS SAFE
FOR ANOTHER YEAR
Associated Prrss)
London, July 2. Great Britain has
notified Japan that owing to the decis decision
ion decision of Lord Birkenhead, lord high
chancellor, the Anglo-Japanese' treaty
even if denounced July 15th will au automatically
tomatically automatically run another 'year. The
question of a three months' extension
of the treaty has been dropped.
1 WEATHER NEXT WEEK
" (Associated Press)
Wrashintgon, July 2. Partly cloudy
weather, occasional showers and nor normal
mal normal temperature or slightly above, is
the forecast for Florida for the week
beginning Sunday.
Your competitor advertises. Do you.
Bring us your job work.

AMERICAN MARINES
LAUDED AT IS.il

To Protect Americans in that Terri
tory from Bandits or
Turkish Troops
(Associated Press)
Fans, July 2. A detachment of
American marines landed at Ismid, 50
miles southeast of Constantinople, in
Asia Minor, for the purpose of pro protecting
tecting protecting Americans there upon the re retirement
tirement retirement of Greek troops, says a dis dispatch
patch dispatch to the Freneh foreign office. A
small French detachment is at Ismid
and it reports the bodies of several
Moslems assassinated before the de departure
parture departure of the Greeks have been
found. The French, however, saved
four thousand Turks in the town it is
said.
ENGLISH LAW INVOKED
t Associated Press)
Dade City, July 2. The Pasco coun county
ty county authorities have invoked an old
English law in order to prosecute Or Orlando
lando Orlando Sparks, a negro, who escaped
recently while serving a sentence of
five months on the county roads for
stealing chickens. Sparks was recap recaptured
tured recaptured in Pinellas county and to make
an example of his case the authori authorities
ties authorities decided upon prosecution. When
the county commissioners applied for
a warrant they were disappointed to
learn that the legislature never had
seen fit to enact any law providing
punishment for a convict for escap escaping.
ing. escaping. It later was learned that to" es escape
cape escape from prison is a crime under the
common law of England and since
there is an old provision in the state
cofTe that the common law of England
shall be in full force in Florida unless
otherwise provided by statute, a case
has been docketed against Sparks
charging him with the common law
offense of "escaping."
TESTING OUT VALUE
OF THE RADIO COMPASS
Assoc iae"1 Prps.),
Washington. July 2. A remarkable
demonstration of the peace-time, value
of the radio compass, a war develop development,
ment, development, was furnished during the recent
passage of battleship division five of
the Atlantic fleet from Hampton
Roads to Boston, according to an an announcement
nouncement announcement of the navy department.
The entire voyage was made in a
heavy fog and navigation all the way
was accomplished by shore radio com compass
pass compass stations, submarine bells and
soundings, not a light or fixed aid to
navigation being sighted on the trip.
"From the time departure was
taken until Boston lightship was pick picked
ed picked up not a light vessel or lighthouse
was seen." says a report from Vice
Admiral H. P. Jones, commanding the
battleship force. "The fog was so
dense that during most of the passage
the ships astern of the division flag- i
ship were invisible.
"Had it not been for the radio com compass
pass compass situation the arrival of battle battleship
ship battleship division five would -have been
greatly delayed. This practical dem demonstration
onstration demonstration of radio direction finding
is a clear indication of the military
value of radio compass stations and of
the necessity for continued develop development
ment development along this line."
' Radio compass stations have now
been established along the coasts so
that vessels at sea in foggy weather
can communicate with the stations
and iln a few minutes establish their
correct position. About 2500 ships
now receive the service each month,
it was announced.
NOVEL WAY TO SPEND
THEIR VACATION
Defuniak Springs, July 1. Ten
young men of this place have adopted
a novel method of taking a t summer
vacation which will permit them to
visit several states while earning con considerable
siderable considerable more than their... expenses.
They purchased a heavy motor truck
and equipping it with a camping out outfit
fit outfit have set out on an overland trip
with the harvest fields of Oklahoma
and Texas as their ultimate destina destination.
tion. destination. The youths will work in the
fields wherever they find employment
and in addition to their earnings ex expect
pect expect the truck to pay for itself before
their return home in the early fall.
SUPREME COUNCIL WILL
SELECT MOOSE HOME
(Associated Pres.")
Toledo, July 2. The selection of a
site for the Loyal Order of Moose
home for aged members was left to
the supreme council. Atlanta seems
.to be favored.
Just received, shipment of THOM THOMSON'S
SON'S THOMSON'S GLOVE-FITTING CORSETS.
FISHEL'S. 3-2t
Increase your sales. Advertise.

SHOULD HAVE HAD

ETTEH SENSE
Negro Preacher in Miami Advocating
Race Equality Came Near Start Starting
ing Starting Race War
(Associated Press)
Miami, July' 2. Quiet prevailed to today
day today in Cocoanut Grove, a suburb of
Miami, where last night H. IL Riggs,
a negro preacher, was kidnapped for
preaching alleged racial equaling doc doctrines.
trines. doctrines. Riggs returned to his home
this morning showing no signs of
rough treatment. He was taken from
his home by four white men in "an au automobile
tomobile automobile and after a report that the
negroes were arming, police reserves
and American Legion men were called
out as a precaution. One negro fail failing
ing failing to heed the command to halt as
he was crossing the bridge into the
city was shot and slightly wounded by
a guardsman.
SAILORS MADE FIRST GLASS
According to Story of Its Discovery,
It Was Entirely the Result
x of Chance.
One of the most useful materials in
the world is glass. It Is not only a
domestic necessity, but a scientific es essential.
sential. essential. The development of chemistry
would have been a far more laborius
process had it not been for the many
utensils manufactured from glass. So
numerous and varied are Its uses that
one can hardly conceive of present present-day
day present-day civilization .without this product.
Yet the discovery of this valuable ma material
terial material wai what might be termed an
accident, Floyd W. Parsons writes In
the Saturday Evening Post.
As the story runs, a merchant ship
laden with natron, a brittle white car-
bonate of.sodium, was driven ashore at

the mouth of the River Belus In Phe- those sections where corn and pig
nlela. The crew prepared their food ciub sare deemed impractical, is be be-on
on be-on the beach, supporting their kettles ; iven t b h ff f fc
on piles made up'of lumps of the na-. . .
tron. Later the sailors were amazed ftate P!an1t bof rd to furnlsh the mera mera-to
to mera-to discover transparent masses of bers of the clubs Wlth free plants
stone among the cinders of their fires. ffom choice seed, according to the ag ag-The
The ag-The heat had melted the soda and the ricultural extension division of the
siliceous sand together, with the result University of Florida. Several va va-that
that va-that a crude variety of glass was rieties of the potato seed will be
formed. If the early records are cor- given a trial this year, according to
rect the art of glass manufacture. was the cub ieaders with a view to plant.
exclusively an industry of the Phenlci-. ; i .i ...
oo nI oe .1 mS next year only those varieties

KiUbi-UVUI. lli V -a. CIV k LUai, CAlT AJUi CTvil- j
ents of glass natron, sand and fuel
were abundant upon the coast of
Phenlcia,
Waterworks In the Desert.

In "the big desert of Chile there Is West PaIm Beach, July 2. -The
a considerable amount of brackish Elks Club at the corner of Datura and
water, but no water that either hu-: Olive streets here has been sold to the
man beings or stock can" drink. Palm Beach Guaranty Company by
Science, however, has come to the aid Alfred II. Wagg, who recently pur pur-of
of pur-of the rainless section of the coun- chased the property, and will be re retry
try retry in the form of an ingenious desert j u t c e
, t T i placed by a four or five story office
waterworks, consisting of a series of f

frames containing 20,000 square feet
of glass. The panes of glass are ar arranged
ranged arranged In the shape of a V, and un
der each pane Is a shallow pan con-
taming brackish water. The heat of
the sun evaporates the water, which
condenses upon the sloping glass and,
made pure by this operation, it runi
down into little channels at the bot-:

torn of the V and is carried laway Into Afi80cJate4 Pj8s
the main canaL It is said that nearly ;
a thousand gallons of fresh water is' Pensacola, July 2. Police called to
collected dally by this means. capture a huge monkey which escaped
! from its cage here several days ago
Savage Wilderness Marauder. i fere forced to shoot the simian after
The fisher Is, taking it all In all. had knocked out of a tree one officer
said to be the most savage, swift who had attemPted to make him pns pns-and
and pns-and crafty of all the marauders of the oner- Tne mmkey was at liberty two
wilderness. In nine cases out of ten days and the authorities fearing it
perhaps even 99 out of a hundred would injure some child, determined
a fight between a porepptne and a to put an end to his rovings about the
fisher has but one result: The fisher streets among the trees. Five pistol
eats the porcupine. And the porcu- bullets weer fired into his hodv he-

pine Is some defensive fighter.- The
fisher flips the victim over on hli
back, annexing as few spines as possi possible
ble possible In the act, and he has an unpro unprotected
tected unprotected throat and belly at the mercy
of his fangs.
The porcupine's quills, so deadly to
other animals, have for the fisher com- j
' paratlvely few terrors. They do not
poison or Inflame his flesh, which 1
seems to possess the faculty of soon
casting them forth again through the
skin.
Good Place tcj Keep Cool.
The Ice caves of Iowa present one'
of the most Interesting phenomena In
tWs country. While the rest of the
state swelters In midsummer the tem
perature.of the soli near the caves Is
not higher than 65 degrees. As a re-
suit trees and flowers exist which are
usually found in the far north.
Hie .caves owe their existence to
the prehistoric seas which are sup
posed to have covered this territory,
as they are found in limestone dls-
tricts where the rock is porous. In
the winter cold air is stored In th
crevices and when summer comes thU
air. comes out very slowly and th
outside of the caves la covered wltt
Meet me at the Union Station
. .
Kestaurant lor a regular lamuy style

dinner Best dinner in the state for 75!rious eouti-.' i'v .,--- was in thei?'000- eP,ndit.i- ''
cents. Eat and drink all you want. ; form y to club short f THE EOOJT c :'r

Dinner 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. Owne
acd operated by 1C)7 Arcerk&rX tf

M El THE Ifl

HEXT WEEK
In a Careless and Deliberate Manner,
Peace is Approached by
America
Associated Press)
Washington, July 2 The resolution
ending the state of war with" Ger
many and Austria was finally adopted
late yesterday by Congress, and start
ed early today on its way to President
Harding at Raritan, N. J. The presi
dent is expected to sign late today or
Monday.
AUTOMOBILE RACE
VIA THE ALTAMAHA
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, July 2. The Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Automobile Club has arrang arranged
ed arranged a free-for-all automobile race
against time from Jacksonville to
Savannah" via the new Altamaha river
bridge which will be opened to traffic
on July 2. Cars may take the run at
any time during the month of July. At
the end of the month the time of all
official entries will be checked and a
cash prize of $100 will be awarded
the driver who 'made the trip in the
fastest time.
The only restrictions are that each
car .entering must regfeU'r at the
Mason hotel here on departure, reg register
ister register at the Board of Trade at Bruns Brunswick,
wick, Brunswick, Ga., en route and at the Cham Chamber
ber Chamber of Commerce in Savannah on ar arrival.
rival. arrival. SWEET POTATO CLUBS WILL
ORGANIZE THIS SUMMER
(Associated Press)
Gainesville, July 2. The movement
' to establish sweet potato clubs in
which give the best results.
BIG BUILDING IS PROPOSED
! AT WEST PALM BEACH
(Associated Press)
uuuumg. iuc vjuaraiuy cumpany is
reported to have paid between $60,000
and $05,000 for the property. The
building to be constructed will have a
frontage of 100 feet on Datura street
and 102 feet on Olive,
SIMIAN HAD TO BE SHOT
fore he succumbed and loosened his
grip on the limb where he had taken
refuge.
SAFETY RAZOR FACTORY
AT WEST PALM BEACH
I (Associate! Press)
West Palm Beach, July 2. Selec Selection
tion Selection of a tentative site for the con con-i
i con-i struction of a plant at Kelsey City,
1 near here, which will manufacture
j safety razors and accessories, has
; len made and work is expected to
begin shortly. The company, which
i capitalized at ?1.0,000 plans to
' place its products in markets thruout
the world.
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"XORN CLUB BOYS
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I Gainesville, June 30. Fifty-seven
thousand five hundred dollars was
: made as net profits and prizes total totaling
ing totaling $8740 were won by members of
Florida corn clubs in 1920 according
to the Agricultural Extension Divis-
ion of the University of Florida.
j Aproximately 2000 boys were pi-
; gaged in the production of co1"
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Hitters: Hornsby, St. Leu is Na
tionals, with an average of .407; Heil Heil-man,
man, Heil-man, Detroit Americans, .41S.
Home runs: American. RatK NW
York, 23.
Stolen bases: American. Sisler. St
Louis, 15; National, Carer. Pittrbur
and Frisch, of New York, tied, w:th
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EBBERSOL-PELOT
There are many friends in Ocaia
who will learn with interest cf the
marriage of Miss Dora Williams Ptlot
to Mr. Ebbersol, which took place last
Sunday afternoon at five o'clock at the
home of the bride's mother, Mrs. W.
A. Pelot, in Arcadia,
The wedding was a quiet but very
pretty one. The young couple had
planned to be married in the fall, but
a position was offered Mr, Ebbersol
at Fort Dodge, Iowa, which he couldn't
afford to refuse, consequently the
marriage took place sooner than was
expected. Mr. and Mrs. Elbersol left
immediately after the wedding for
Chicago, where they will visit for a
short time, after which they will pro proceed
ceed proceed to Fort Dodge.
Mrs. Ebbersol is the youngest
daughter and child of Mrs. W. A.
Pelot. Before moving to Arcadia, Mr.
and Mrs. Pelot made their home in
Ocala and were among our most
prominent and best liked citizens, and
their daughter was quite a favorite in
Ocala. Besides possessu j many
charming attractions, Mrs., Ebbersol
is a bright young business woman.
Mr. Ebbersol has been a great acquisi acquisition
tion acquisition on the DeSoto News, Arcadia,
and besides being missed there he will
a loss to the social activities of the
town.
Ocala friends extend corgratula corgratula-tions
tions corgratula-tions and best wishes to both Mr. and
Mrs. Ebbersol for a long and happy
married life.
PATRIOTIC ROTARIANS GIVE
TABLET TO PUTJiil
(Associated Press)
Palatka, July 2. The local Rotary
club has tendered to Putnam county
a handsome bronze tablet bearing the
names of men from this county who
!ost their lives in the world war. The
tablet will be the finest that can le
obtained and as soon as the list of
names to be placed on it is available
an order will be placed for its" manu
facture. J. R. Mellon has offered to
defray one-fourth of the cost rf the
granite base for the tablet and a
Rotary Club committee has been ap appointed
pointed appointed to raise the remainder cf the
fund. The tablet will be placed on the
courthouse lawn here.
JACKSONVILLE POLICE3IAN
RIGHT ON THE JOB
(Associated Fres3)
Jacksonville, July 2. Traffic Officer
John S. Smith almost made a real
haul here Thursday night. Jackson Jacksonville's
ville's Jacksonville's -streets before and after th
mammoth parade in celebration of the
opening of the St. Johns river bridge-"
probably were more congested with
automobile traffic that at any time in
the history of the city, traffic bflleiah
said.
Smith was on duty at Main and
Forsyth streets directing traffic when
a huge touring car roiled up. Smith
waved it west. The driver tarred
east and started away. The traffic of officer
ficer officer climbed the running board and in
forcible language told the" driver to
turn west or keep going east and
stop at police headquarters. The car
went west but not before Smith had
discovered that the passengers were
Governor Hardee and a high city- cru crucial.
cial. crucial. Smith, who has the reputation of
doing his duty regardless of whom it
may affect, won a place of honor Fri Friday
day Friday because of his firmness in handl handling
ing handling the traffic job Thursday right. He
was detailed to direct traffic on th
new bridge which was opened during
the day. -"
TRIPLE CITIES HOSPITAL
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Headline Not treat FIva jxti t a mr line
for ftrst insertion; three cents tper line
for each subsequent insertion. One
cnange a wees allowed on readers with
out extra composition charges.
Legal advertisements at legal rates.
The Star is pro-French today.
, American naval officers abroad
should wear muzzles.
Our neighbour the Banner has re
ceived its new linotype machine, which
we hope will put Uncle Frank's inter interesting
esting interesting and charitable opinions in type
for long years to come.
Too many people think a board of
trade is a piece of lumber to sit and
rest upon.- Leesburg Commercial.
We notice a good many think its un
planed.
Talking about Florida altitudes, the
top of the hill on the Blitchton road
about ten miles northwest of Ocala,
on which once stood the old McDavid
store,' is 180 feet above sea level, so
Charlie Haycraft informs us.
The Star is proud of its baseball
writer. He is not only accurate and
interesting, but is always courteous
and kind to the opposing team. Too
many sports writers spoil their work
by confining their good words to their
own crowd.
Justus soon as Florida blossomed
out as a successful grape producing
state, W. J. B. moved in. That's get getting
ting getting close td the juice, Leesburg
.Commercial.
Some of it is electric juice. But
Bill needs galvanizing anyhow.
If Carpentier wants to win that
fight, he ought to wear Flanders' pop poppies
pies poppies in his belt. The sight of them
always was discouraging to Demp
sey. Leesburg Commercial.
EIoW come? Dempsey was never in
3000 miles of them.
The pastor of the Ocala Baptist
church is a true democrat and bene
factor of mankind. He peeled his coat
and advised the men in the congrega congregation
tion congregation to follow suit," or rather, follow
his example. : Wish there was an
emancipator of his cult in every com
munity. Us poor men would soon be
freed from the tyranny of coats.
The crusty old pessimist on the At
lanta Constitution says that when a
man has holes in all his socks, and the
buttons off all his underclothes, he
should either get married or get di
vorced. Tampa Tribune.
Better than either would be to send
his clothes to the pressing club.
! A club woman in Salt Lake City in insists
sists insists that men are very bad newspa
per editors. We should love to see a
newspaper edited entirely by a wom
an. Tampa Tribune.
We would rather see the woman, if
she is as well "made up" as the Tri
bune.
Ocala will greatly miss Mr. P. IL
Hensley, principal of the Ocala schools
for the last two terms. Mr. Hensley
goes to take the place of Mr. B. B.
MICKIE SAYS:
NCAUTUYS -0 ViBWSWUPGt,
WV4t. re m)x uecjox na hw out
NV UOUJEVm AOUT TUtV4 SURE!
hUS. KNOW NOO aCTf iTUW NOCH COtVi
toot -tusf tjovw pfctf wo eus Ft.
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Lane on the state examining board,
and his place in Ocala will be hard
to fill; also our people will greatly

miss his charming and accomplished
wife and pretty daughter. Up to date,
the school board has engaged the fol following:
lowing: following: High school, Miss Ava Lee
Edwards, Miss Annie Pope Eagleton,
Miss Shelton Souter. Grammar school,
Mrs. H. S. Wesson, Mrs. Blanche
Thompson. Primary, Miss Nellie
Steven3, Miss Fannie Clark and Miss
Belle Anderson.
Many of our citizens congratulate
Mr. J. M Thomas for his outspoken
letter yesterday, his opinion being
backed up by testimony obtained from
other cities at some expense to him.
From his letter and that of Alderman
Thomas the day before, it is evident
that Stidham & Hughes were given a
raw deal. It is not to the honor of
our city nor to the interest of its tax
payers, that contractors who come
here to bid on public work be discrim
inated against. We think the council
had better rescind its action and give
the bidders another, hearing.
The state pardoning board an
nounces that all applications and pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings for pardons hereafter .will be
public. So the Tampa Tribune says:
"Good-bye scandals in that place
Publicity is an excellent exterminator
of things that flourish under cover.
Miami Metropolis.
This is one of the few times Sister
Met. is correct.
WANTS A SQUARE
DEAL ALL AROUND
Editor Star: I notice in Mr. J. M.
Thomas' article in the Star of July
1st that the residents of Oklawaha
avenue have refused the Finley method
of paving and insist upon a better
grade, which the council has granted.
In all due fairness to the taxpay taxpayers
ers taxpayers on other streets, are they not en entitled
titled entitled to as good paving as those on
Oklawaha?
If the taxpayers' of any one street
can unite and secure a better class
of paving than has been offered by the
council, it is my suggestion that the
property owners of all streets to be
paved proclaim their rights and thus
secure a substantial and better pave pavement
ment pavement than the Finley method.
Why not have all streets improved
with the same grade of pavement, as
was the agreement between the coun council
cil council and the citizens of Ocala when the
bond election was called last year?
How can the council agree to give
a "first class" pavement to Oklawaha
and North Main street and an "in "inferior"
ferior" "inferior" grade to other streets unless
the property owners on the above
mentioned thoroughfares agree to pay
the difference in the price of con construction
struction construction ? Respectfully,
C. W. Moremen.
BUSY CORN CLUB BOYS
Gainesville, July 2. Rapid strides
have been made in the production of
corn by members of the state's va various
rious various boys' corn clubs, according to
the agricultural extension division of
the University of Florida.
In 1920, generally a bad season for
the crop in Florida, the boys showed
an average yield of 34.5 bushels of
corn to the acre, as compared with an
average of 13.5 produced by the state
as a whole.
In Hillsboro county, 18 boys report
ed an'average yield of 52.6 bushels to
the acre, while three of that number
made 80 bushels. Another boy, Don
Miley, produced 101.7 bushels on his
one acre.
Holmes "county reported the largest
club of the' year. The county also has
the distinction of winning first prize
for its com exhibit at the state fair
for three successive years.
POSTOFFICE HOURS
Monday, July 4th, is a legal holiday,
therefore the postoffice will be closed,
except the delivery and stamp win windows
dows windows will be open from 9 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 usual.
Robt. F. Rogers, P. M.
AllUlVAL AND DEPAU1URE
TOF TRAINS IN OCALA
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville . 2:10 a.
eave for Tampa 2:15 a.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:30 p.
.-ave for Tamna 1:55 n.
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jtave for Tampa. 4:05 p.
Arrive from Tampa....... 2:14a.
I cave for Jacksonville .... 2:15 a.
trive from Tampa. ...... 1 :3o p.
l4?ave for Jacksonville. ... 1 :55 p.
Arrive from Tampa 4:16 p.
-icave for Jacksonville.... 4:17 p.
Arrive from New York 1:34 a.
eave for St. Petersburg . 1:37 a.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:55 a.
eave for New York 3:00 a.
Atlantic Coast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville . 2:31 a.
jhv for St. Petersburg. 2:32a.
Arrive from Jacksonville. 3:34 p.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. :. p.
Vrriv from Jacksonville. .10:12 p.
Leave for Leesburg. 10:13 p.
Airive from St. Petersburg z:zo.
for Jacksonville.... 2:27a.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.
jeave for Jacksonville .... i :o p.
Arrive from ieesburg 6:41a.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 6:42a.
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Leave for Homosassa. . . 3 :25 p.
Arrive from Gainesville,
h il v xeent Sundav . . 11 :50 a.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
Crcept Sunday.-......... :p
Leatw Lakeland Tues-"
day, x",Tsday, Saturday 7:25 a.
lAr. fromX uand, Tues Tues-1
1 Tues-1 day, Thux .aturdaxllnjSp.
I Leave for Wuv 'nd&j,
Wednesday ai,. '- -v.. 7:l0a.
lArrw from Wilw..,.
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AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

Christian
9:30 a. m. Sunday school, Mr.
Hyndman, superintendent.
Three services at 11 a. m., 3:30 and
8 p.m. Evangelist Bowyer will preach
and sing at each service. "The Last
Testimony" will be the subject at the
night service.
Special services will continue in indefinitely
definitely indefinitely every night at 8 o'clock, and
every morning except Monday and
Saturday, at 10 o'clock.
Presbyterian
(Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor)
' 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. Mr. N.
A. Russell, superintendent.
11 a. m. Divine worship.
As tomorrow is our communion
day, all are urged to be present.
7 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
The young people are urged to" be
present.
8 p. m. Evening worship.
The evening service will be held on
the lawn. A cordial invitation is ex extended
tended extended to all.
a a a
Baptist
Rev. C. L. Collins. D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Worship with sermon,
"The Whirlwind and How to Escape
It." A message suggested by the na nation's
tion's nation's birthday anniversary, the 4th of
July.
7 p. m. Senior B. Y. P. U.
7 p. m. Junior B. Y. P. U.
8 p. m. Evening worship with ser
mon, "What the Bible Teaches About
Baptism."
The ordinance of the Lord's Supper
at the morning service.
a
Christian Science Services
Room 5, Merchant's Block
11 o'clock Sundays.
Wednesday evening meeting at 8
o'clock.
Grace Episcopal
John J. Neighbour, Rector
(Sixth Sunday After Trinity)
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Choral celebration of the
holy communion with sermon.
You are cordially invited.
No evening service.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
17 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
." ith a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
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
Ladies' $5 HATS reduced to $350 :
$4 and $4.50 HATS reduced to $2.98,
at FISHEL'S.
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Chartered Accountants
of Atlanta, Georgia,
Will open an office in the Commercial Eank Eulding
of Ocala, Florida, effective Jcy 1st, 1921, fcr the
practice of Accounting, Systematizing, Income Tex
Consultation and Preparation of Returns.

ATLANTA OFFICE
250 PEAGHTREE STREET

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Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.

All
Buicks
Equipped
with
Cord
Tires
Bmck
Accessories
"VESTA" Battery Ser Service
vice Service Station
EIGHTEEN MONTHS
GUARANTEE

Buick Agency

GOODYEAR and U. 5. TIRES and TUBES
GAS0UNE, OILS and GREASE

FULLY EQUIPPED GARAGE,

MECHANICS. ASSURING PROMPT SERVICE AT ALL TIMES

B2neer-Peilrick Motor Co.

OCALA,

PHONE 271

NEW PRESIDENT OF THE
MAXWELL CORPORATION

William Robert Wilson, the new
president of the Maxwell Motor Cor Corporation,
poration, Corporation, assumed his duties on June
16th and i3 now at the Detroit plant
of the company in active direction of
Maxwell affairs.
In taking up his new work, Mr.
Wilson declares that he welcomes the
great opportunity presented his posi position
tion position as president of the Maxwell
Motor Corporation, and says: "I feel
that the Maxwell offers a wonderful
opportunity. It is too early to make
an yannouncement of detail policies,
but-the public can be assured that the
new goodness of the good Maxwell
will continue to be developed in a way
that will be highly satisfactory to the
buyers of our product."
Meet me at the Union Station
Restaurant for a regular family style
dinner -Best dinner in the state for 75
1 cents. Eat and drink all you want.
Dinner 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. Owned
and operated by 100 Americans, tf
$1 VOIIES reduced to Co cents at
FISHEL'S. 2-3t
WILL CLOSE JULY FOURTH
We will close our places
of business all day Monday,
July Fourth.
WEIHF COMPANY, Jewelers
DR. K. J. WEIHE, Optometrist
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
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
NOTICE
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
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 thejr proposition.
27-7t II." G. Shealy, Sec'y.
Your competitor advertises. Do you.
Bring us your job work.
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All Buicks
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Oiling
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Buick
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GABRIEL Snubber
Service Station
FOR ALL MAKES OF
AUTOMOBILES
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EMPLOYING ONLY EFFICIENT a
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SILVER SPRINGS
Every Thursday, 5 to 8 p.m.
Fare, SI
Plus 8c War Tax
Bring Your Picnic Supper and
Enjoy the Cool Breezes
of Silver River
For information see or phone
W. L. Carmichad
Silver Springs
Boats Open for Charter
At All Times
Fire
Insurance
Ocala, Florida
Our Specialty Is
MAZON & CO

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Drag Store
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed $1.00 j
Cars Polished -50 J
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
Phone 252
Thia is a Stndebaker year.
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ORGANIZATION"

is the spirit of modern times.
The organized endeavor of the
men behind this bank the ex experience,
perience, experience, knowledge and vision
of our officers and directors
makes a connection here all
the more desirable.
Avail yourself of our organiza organization
tion organization by becoming a member of
our family of depositors.

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KINDT'S MUSIC STORE

Pianos and Organs PfecEcgraphs bud Fecords
Sewing Machines ar.d Supplies
Expert Repairing of Phonographs, Sewing Machines,
Organs arid Pianos

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In the heart of the city with Ilemmi
Every modern convenience in each roc
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Bring us your
WELDING
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Satisfaction Guaranteed
AUTOGENOUS WELDING CO.
Ocklawaha Ace,
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Women's Sport Oxfords, white can canvas
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white canvas Pumps, children's shoes
GREATLY REDUCED.
This Special Shoe Sale will continue
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There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158- tf

Shoes Wear Out
So Do

atteries!

When a pair of shoes wear out
you have been notified in ad advance
vance advance by the thinness of soles or
cracking of the uppers or some
other easily recognized sign.
But when a battery wears out
you may be taken by surprise,
because batteries often go strong
until the last minute.
. The way and the only way
to cut trouble and worry and
cost to the limit is to buy the
best battery the Willard
Threaded Rubber Battery. Its
Threaded Rubber Insulation
gives you the most miles of "un "uninterrupted
interrupted "uninterrupted service per dollar.
OCALA STORAGE BATTERY CO.
MACK TAYLOR
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This new low price
is made possible
by strictest econ economies
omies economies and special specialized
ized specialized production.
Plant No. 2 was
erected for the sole
purpose of making
3Gx3K-inch Non Non-Skid
Skid Non-Skid fabric tires.

With a daily ca capacity
pacity capacity of 16,000 tires and 20,000 tubes, this plant permits refined pro production
duction production on a quantity basis.
All materials used are the best obtainable. The quality is uniform.
It is the best fabric tire ever offered to the car owner at any price.
Firestone Cord Tires
Tire repair men, who judge values best, class these tires as having the
sturdiest carcass made. Forty-seven high-grade car manufacturers use
them as standard equipment. They are the quality choice of cord users.

30x3-inch Cord

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Farmers' Exchange store
Auto Sales Company

New Price $ 24.5 0
" 46.30

George MaeKa & Company
. Tucker & Simmons

Ocala Headquarters For
FIRESTONE TIRES
AUTO SALES COMPANY
Mack Taylor

TO ATTEND TOE
BAPTIST ASSEMBLY

The following Ocala people expect
to attend the Florida Baptist Assem Assembly
bly Assembly to be held at DeLand beginning
next Wednesday and running through
July 13, W..T. Gary, Mrs. Gary,
Maude and Frances Gary, M. A. Ten
Eyck, D. Niel Ferguson, Mabel Akins,
Margaret verton, J. D. Robertson
Jr., Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Collins, Julia
Collins and Ruth Collins. Dr. Collins
is assistant registrar of the assembly
and will leave Monday morning to
take up his duties. Between four and
five hundred people are expected to
attend the gathering.

Mr. Julian Bullock is still confined
to his bed with a bad case of tonsi tonsi-litis.
litis. tonsi-litis.

Mrs. Frederick Hocker and son,
Clifton left Thursday afternoon for
ElizabefMown, Ky where they will
spend several months at the home of
Mrs. Hocker's parents, Dr. and Mrs.
J. C. Montgomery.

Mrs. L. E. Yonce and Mrs. Lester
Lucas are enjoying a visit at Pablo
Beach.

Mr. Banks Flewellen of Mcintosh
and Miss Marie Mathews of Flemkig Flemkig-ton
ton Flemkig-ton were visitors in town yesterday,
the guests of friends. ..

Messrs. T. T. and Robert Munroe
and Misses Abbie and Annie Munroe
leave next Tuesday for Syracuse, N.

Y., where they will spend the re

mainder of the summer.

Mr. Bradford Williams has return returned
ed returned to hishome in Tulsa, Okla., after a
three weeks' visit in the city, a guest

of Mr. Ralph Cullen.

Mr. Charles Cullen returned home

Sunday from Virginia, where he spent

a few days en route home from Am

herst College.

The following were noted Thursday
morning going to Eustis in cars to

witness the Ocala-Eustis ball game

Dr. E. G. Peek, Homer Small, H. B.
Whittington, Jack Brooks, Frank
Harris Jr., Jake Goldman and James

Liddell.

Mr. Fred Mason of Tampa, who is
interested in the South Florida Audit

Bureau, was a visitor in town yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, en route home from Crystal
River.

Mis. Albert Birdsey of Savannah,

returned to her home yesterday after

quite an extended stay at the home of
her parents, Col. and Mrs. John M.
Martin. Mrs. Birdsey has devotedly

attended her father since his serious

accident which occurred several
weeks ago, and friends of the family

will be glad to know that Col. Martin
is doing nicely and feeling very comfortable.

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Winston and son,
Cornelius, Mrs. Winston's mother,
Mrs. Jennie Whitfield and Miss Billy
Kennedy will motor to Daytona for
the fourth, after which they will go
further down the east coast for a few
days' trip.

Mr. J. H. J. Counts and Misses Edna
and Marguerite Counts and Mr. Junie
Counts have returned from their au automobile
tomobile automobile visit to Jacksonville. Re Returning
turning Returning home they found the roads in
veiy. bad shape but otherwise report a
good trip.

From $1155 to $845
The new and powerful
organization has again
reduced prices $150 on
all models. Thus, by a
total reduction of 310
since last September, it
gives to more buyers the
benefit of the new good-
ness of the good Maxwell :
i '1 CARROLL MOTOR CO.
Phone 376

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Mrs. John Miller of Summerfield,
Mr. J. W. Emerson of Belleview and
Mr. F. T. Herring of Morriston were
business visitors in town Friday.

Harrington Hall leaves Sunday for
Camp Sapphire, where he will spend
the remainder of the summer.

Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Knoblock of
Martin, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Howell and
dauhter of Lowell and Mr. Dell Moody
of Oklawaha, were visitors in town
yesterday.

Mr. R. L. Clyburn of Summerfield,
was in town, yesterday, accompanies
by his daughter and grandson, Mrs.
Adkins and son, who will leave Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday for Chicago, where they, will be

j met by Mr. Adkins and they will then
! proceed to their home, in Montana.
j
j Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Jones and little
! daughter, Angela, will leave today in
'their car for Daytona Beach, where
I they have taken a cottage for their
i annual summer vacation.

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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 F.ood
All Kinos of Salads and Delicatessen
American, French, Spanish and Italian Cooking
Try John Metrie's Special Club Sandwich
15 Years Experience

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I The pastor and a considerable num num-sber
sber num-sber of men added to their physical
j comfort during the service at the
j Baptist church last Sunday nigh "by
i removing their coats. Dr. Collins sug sug-j
j sug-j gests that all men who desire to do so,
j leave their coats at home during the
I remainder of the sumer.

I The Baptist ladies' sewing circle
j will meet next Monday afternoon at
! 3:30 with Mrs. O. E. Cox on Oklawaha
; avenue.

Dr. and MriTE. L. Scott and daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, Kathlee nand Alice, returned to
their home in Birmingham yesterday
afternoon after a pleasant visit at
Lake Weir, guests of the former's
parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. G.
S. Scott and Mrs. J. H. Taylor.

Master Frank B. Woodcock Jr., of

Atlanta, is a visitor at the home of
his grandmother and uncle, Mrs. Jen Jennie
nie Jennie Cassil and Mr. A. R. CassiL

Cash and Carry Meat Market
Located in the CRESCENT GROCERY CO.'s Store

Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.

Ocala, Fla; a

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

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PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates maJe on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Boy Scoots of America
A. R. Cassil, Scoutmaster
Meets every Friday night at the
Library, at 8:30 o'clock. Visiting
Scouts are always welcome.

NOTICE OF SALE OF

, SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS

Notice is hereby given that the

board of pubie instruction for Marion

county, Floiidai will receive Lids ut

to 3 o'clock

July 4, 1921,

for the purchase of one or more of

the ten one thousand dollar bonds to be

issued by the Reddick Snecial Tax

School District No. 6, Marion county,

Florida, said bonds bearing five per

cent interest, payable semi-annualiy,
maturing as follows:

One bond due and payable July 1st,

1924.

One bond due and payable July 1st.

1928.

One bond due and payable July 1st,

1932.

Three bonds due and payable July

1st, 1936.

Four bonds due and payable July

1st, 1940.

The board reserves the right to re

ject any and all bids. All comunica-

tions should be addressed to II. G.

Shealy, Ocala, Fla.

liy order of the Board of Public
nstruction, Marion county. Fla.. this

4th day of May, 1921.
27-tf H. G. Shealy. Sec'y.

NOTICE

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju.li-

, cial Circuit of Florida, in tund tor
Marion County In Chancery.

I4a G. JDallaber. Complainant, -vs.

Georee Lailater. le fend ant.

Order for Constructive Service.

It is ordered that the ifcferjj.it;t

herein named, to-wt, Georjra L.iiia-

ber, be and he is hereby re'iulrd to

appear to the bill ot complaint iiWd In

rus came on or eiore
SfiMdar tke 4th day f July,

- It is furtner oraered that a copy of

m.-s ower ie ubu snea once a ween

for four consecutive weeks in th

Ocala Evening? Star, a ncwpaj-r pub-

snp in aod county and uite.

This 4th day of June. lHl.
BY RUTH Eli V IS. D. C.
T. I. LANCABTCIU Jil.,
(Clerk's Seal) Clerk Circuit Ccirt,
Marion. County. Fia.

VM. A. JEFFCOA.T,

Complainant's Solicitor. 6-4- j t
- XOTICE OF M4lSTEU'S SAI.K

We handle stall 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

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Notice is hereby eriven that vmlar

and by virtue of final decree of fore

closure of date June 4, 1&21. enter- J by

the circuit court ox the fifth JjcjiJI

circuit of Florida, In and for Marion

county, in chancery, in a certain '.-aye

pendinz- In aid court in which v. v.

C. Smith is complatoaot, and Edwin C.
Smith, et al, axe defendants, I, the un

dersigned special master in cnar.cery,
apxointed by eaid court, in aTd by vxii
decree, will offer for sale and &t
ptiWic outcry, to the hishest li-Wfr,
for cash, in front of the south dtjf tf
the Marion, county court nous-, ti
Ocala, Florida, on
M4y, July 4tb, 1SZI,
during the- leeal hours of sale, the
following described land in .Marina
county, Florida, to-wit:
Ixta thirty-nine and forty-to of tho
Smith and Daug-harty Addition to
Ocala, on which i located the Te-!-dence
of Edwija C. Smith.
IX KIEL. FERG'JiON,
Special Master in CU&ta- s v.

HOCKER & JlAJiTLN.
tklicitor for the Complainaut. 8--

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C. V. Roberts
Phone 305.

Barney Spencer
. Phone 431

A. E. GERIG
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Funeral Directors, Embalm ens
Private Morgue and Chape?
MOTOR EQUIPMENT
OSoe Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 TT. Broadway

In the Circuit Court of IXsrlcn Cout ty,
tn-riAn. in Chancery.

Wm. S. S. Alisopp, Cojrf
VsTiT'Ie J. Dumas, Dilz

Order for' Constructive Sers-ie.
it i hereby ordered tbat th.4 di-

f1'rJ in hn hnr istYifd fin?.?. ti-

ffiwit: Naciiie J. Dumas, be, ?-r. j
VI hereby required to appear xo-fi..ji
M I of complaint heretoforef.rTl ia ths
V 'above styled causa, .cafcr before
1 i j Monday, July 4th, 1821

It is further ordered that th

pu ousted once a wetk for

jcoiuec utive weeks in the Ocala Lve-

ttriTiZ -tar,. a newspaper published in
H Marion county. Florida-

Witness ray hand and se?.?

court at Ocala, Marion --

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OCALA EVENING STAK, '.SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1421

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If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Dr. and Mrs. Clifford Ayer and son,
Clifford, Mr. Charles Siniipson and
sister, Miss Sue Simpson of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, will motor to Daytonjf Beach to tonight
night tonight to spend the fourth. ;
Let us deliver your grocery "order
with your fresh meats each mominer.
Ilain Street Market.-Phone 108. 28-tf
Miss Ro3e Wolff left yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for Atlanta, where she will be
a member of a house party given by a
friend.
Mrs. Welsh Wheeler will return to
Oca a the first of the week from
Tampai where she has been enjoying
a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Robert Clark and family.
Miss Emily Stotesbury of Ocala. is
the guest of her nephew and niece.
Mr. and Mrs. George IL Ford, at their
apartment in the Averdeen, Riverside,
for an extended visit. Times-Union.
Midsummer hats and sport hats for
mountain or seashore, just received at
FISIIEL'S. 2-3t
Mr. John Chazal, Miss Onie Chaza
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
Fourth.
Little Misses Frances Clark and
Betty Harris,; and Master Harris
Powers will leave today for their home
in Ocala, after a visit with their uncle
and aunt, Mr.' .'and "Mrs. Charles H
Lloyd at their home in Riverside.
Times-Union.
Boiled ham and chipped dried beef
are just the things for a luncheon
these warm days.. Main Street Mar
ket, phone 108. v 28-tf
- Miss Nettie Camp, who has been
appointed Ocala sponsor for the
bridge celebration, is in the city with
her father, Mr. Clarence Camp. They
are pleasantly located at the Mason
hotel. Times-Union.
When cotton is selling lis cheap aa
it did before the war everything is
bound to decline; buying only in smal
quantities we are always able to give
you the benefit of these declines, and
you win always find that we will sel
you as low as the lowest regardless
of sales. TRY US. FISIIEL'S, across
from Marion Hardware Co. 2-3t
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Anderson
Jr., of Ocala, are in the city-for the
bridge celebration, and are guests o
the former's sister, Mrs. M. J. Roess,
at her home on Acosta" street, River
side. Times-Union.
In order to make room for our La
dies', midsummer HATS we are abso
lutely sacrificing eur SPRING HATS
FISIIEL'S. 2-3t
Circle No. 1 of the auxiliary of the
Presbyterian church, Mrs. J. C. Smith
chairman, will meet Wednesday after
noon, July 6th, at 4:30, with Mrs. H
A. Waterman. Circle No. 2, Mrs.; W,
W. Condon.'-chairman, will meet Tues
day afternoon at, 5 o'clock with Mrs
J. J. Gerig.
Just received, shipment of THOM
SON'S GLOVE-FITTING CORSETS
FISIIEL'S. 2-3t
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Melton of Tam
pa, will arrive in the city this after
noon to spend the fourth with rela
tives, after which Mrs. Melton will go
to Ohio and other northern states for
the remainder of the summer.
Hot Boston baked beans and brown
bread for Saturday night supper.
Carter's Bakery. 24-tf
Mrs. F. W. Brooks, daughters and
son. Misses Florence and Dorothy and
Mr. Edwards Brooks of Oklawaha,
spent the day in the city shopping.
., THE BOOK SHOP will be closed
on the Fourth, but will remain open
until 10:30 tonight. 2-lt
Misses Ruby and Dorothy Capple
man leave Wednesday for Birming
iiam, Ala., where they ... will join a
party which will tour the west for two
"months. This is a delightful trip that
the Misses Cappleman have planned
and their many friends wish them
every joy.

UMG-MERMN 'CO.

CIVIL ENGINEERS
Licensed uritter the laws
fry

'IVtupVevs-r-v11 Plats
Lwar.l )r:.! 4a associated

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

17 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc
eries for cash, Saturday and -Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf H. B. WIIITTIKGTON.
FOR THE LADY WHO CARES
The exact thing you want you will
find at Hooper's Milady Beauty Par
lors. We are now equipped to furnish
you any line in cosmetics that you
are looking for. Oar cosmetician is
able to give the very best in skin and
scalp treatment, manicuring, sham
poo big, etc. Electrolysis work done
in all forma; also hair restoring made
a specialty. Phone 272, 112 Fort King
avenue. The shop where the children
like to go. 27-tf
Mr. Chas.-. K. Sage leaves tonight
for New York, to attend the Sovereign
Cr.mp convention, Woodmen of the
World, and will probably be gone two
weeks.
W. K. Lane, M. D-, physician and
urgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
trcala, Fla. Adv. tf
Mrs. Mamie Hall returned yesterday
afternoon from a visit to Jacksonville.
EVERWEAR HOSIERY, the best
ever and cheaper now, on sale at
FISIIEL'S. 2-3t
That clever and reliable boy Tom
Wallis, has taken a position with the
Marion Hardware Company. V
Miss Areola Davis leaves tomorrow
for a. two-weeks vacation at Parrott,
Ga.
Prof. W. H. Cassels, formerly prin principal
cipal principal of the Ocala high school, but
now of Palatka, was a visitor in the
city yesterday, greeting his many
friends.
Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Randall and two
sons of Orlando, spent yesterday and
today in the city en route to Madison
for a visit. They stopped in Oeala
especially to see Silver Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe return returned
ed returned last night from Miami, where they
attended the convention ofthe retail
jewelers of the state.
The following visitors were noted in
town today: Mrs. S. J. Fraser, Lake Lakeland;
land; Lakeland; Mr. J. W. McCarley, Orange
Springs; Mr. W. R. Blair, Oxford;
Mrs. J. W. Wallace and family, Fair Fairfield;
field; Fairfield; Mrs. Reed Russell, Anthony;
Mr. and Mrs". V. E. Knoblock, Martin;
J. B. George, Morriston.
Mr. and Mrs. SI S. Savage Jr. will
motor to Daytona Beach tomorrow to
spend the fourth.
RIM SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed.
(Eastern Standard .Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksrnville-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
2:55 am NTfork-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1 :50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1 :35 pm
t :05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pro
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jackson ville-N "York 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pro
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pro
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville ll:50arr
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tucsciay. Thursday. Saturday.
NOTICE
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, for
the purpose of hearing complaints
and receiving testimony as to the
value of any property, real or per personal,
sonal, personal, as fixed by the said cojavty as assessor
sessor assessor of taxes, and for the purpose
of perfecting, reviewing and equaliz equalizing
ing equalizing the assessment of taxes in and
for said county. Said session of the
said board will continue from day to
day as long as may he" necessary.
The Board of County Commissioners,
Marion County, Florida.
T.D. Lancaster Jr., Clerk.,
v. By Edna Walker,
6-14-tf Deputy Clerk.
AND SURVEYORS
of the-Stalest t-'i iia
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SOME OLD LONDON THEATERS

District of Shereditch Had the Firvt
Bulldina Erected f r Purfv i
Dramatic Purposes.
There was a time, shortly after th
first theater was opened In London,
when the opposition to the new form
of entertainment was so great that
an ordinance was passed by parlia- j
meat ior me compulsory closing or
these "palaces of amusement," and
making It a crime to be present as a
spectator at a play.
This was in 1642, when only two
theaters existed in London. The first
building specially erected for dramat dramatic
ic dramatic purposes was built by an actor,
James Burbage, at Shoreditch, in 1576,
and called the Theater. A year or so
later a second theater known as the
Curten was opened also at Shore Shore-ditch,
ditch, Shore-ditch, and these two playhouses ca catered
tered catered to London audiences until the
suppression of the theaters.
When plays were once more per permitted
mitted permitted several new theaters opened.
Including the Globe (at Southwark,
which was built by James Burbage,
the Rosa and the Blackfriars and
Whitefrlars theaters.
Probably the most luxurious of these
early" theaters was the Fortune, built
by Edward Alleyn, an actor. In 1599,
and so christened because it cost its
owner the then fabulous sum, includ'
lng the ground it stood on, of 1320.
The only illumination during the per performance
formance performance was that afforded by candle candlelight,
light, candlelight, gas being unknown until 1817,
when the first performance by gas gaslight
light gaslight was given at Drury Lane.
DOCTOR SERVED COSTLY DISH
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Unexpected Gueata Caused Sacrlflc of
Blooded Pi aeon te Set Forth
' Required Meal.
The favorite avocation of a widely
known surgeon la his model farm near
Chicago. It pays no profit except great
pleasure. He is hospitable, always ask asking
ing asking friends to dinner. One Sunday
about noon 14 unexpected guests ar arrived.
rived. arrived. His wife was aghast. "My
goodness, she said, "we haven't a
tiling to give them."
"Oh, anything will do,, said the doc doctor.
tor. doctor. '
So the lady of the house consulted
the cook.
"What about that crate of pigeons
out In the barn 7" asked the cook.
How many are there7 'asked the
lady.
"About eighteen," was the answer.
"Well, wring their necks and fix
them up.
Dinner was served and the large
platter of squabs was brought to the
table.
"What'a that? exclaimed the doc doc-:
: doc-: tor.
"Now, Fred, Just go ahead and
serve," said his wife.
- "But what are these?" he expostu expostulated.
lated. expostulated. "Just some pigeons we found In the
barn," she answered.
- "Great Scott!" he exclaimed, "those
pigeons cost $25 apiece I" Journal of
the American Medical Association.
Ben Franklin Took Poker Into Parle.
In Paris poker was first introduced
by, Benjamin Franklin, first United
States ambassador, who taught mem'
bers of the court that poker had dom dominoes
inoes dominoes beat a mile. To this day a group
of white-haired Frenchmen, descend descendants
ants descendants of the club Franklin founded,
meet every night at six o'clock on the
first floor of the Tavern Royal e and
play poker, with many ejaculations
and the most absorbed seriousness un
til it is time for dinner. They num number
ber number among them two millionaires, the
head of a famous dressmaking Crm, a
senator and a famous Socialist author,
and they play with sous as chips and
a limit of 50 centimes about 7 cents
at present rate of exchange on the
game.
One of Franklin's peculiarltie s was
a contention that a flush beat a full
house, and even now the majority of
Frenchmen play that way.
Wood That Does Net Rot.
Hie wood of the mangrove tree,
which, is found in French Gulaaa, is
considered by the French as a wood
that will not rot. All exposure and
efforts to break Tflown its fiber in four
years' experiments by the French rail railway
way railway service have been, useless.
" The grain of the wood Is so close
as practically to exclude all moisture.
Its density is placed at 110, as against
40 for fir and 70 for oak. In addition
to this closeness of fiber the man mangrove
grove mangrove has a large amount of tanning
in Its composition. This protects It
from insects and such blights as mold
and damp. While not as brittle as
oak, it has twice the resistance to
flexion and has about the same po potency
tency potency against crushing and twisting.
No Exchange.
"There's one thing about Helling
postage stamps," said the tired
druggist.
"What is it?" asked the customer.
"There's no profit in the deal, of
course, but it's one thing I sell that
my customers don't bring back and
want to exchange for something else."
Detroit Free Press.
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IN
TIE EVEIIIIIG STAR
H A U L I N G Having secured a
large truck, I am now prepared to do
moving and heavy hauling, on short
notice. L. E. Cordrey. Phone 434. lm
FOR SALE Four-foot wood, both
oak and pine, delivered anywhere
in the city. L.' L. Home, phone
108. 15-15t
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
FOR RENT Lovely big bay front
rooms, elegantly furnished and all
modern conveniences; also 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-l2t
T- -V -W-fc a m a
run bALOu a pair oi good young
mules, $400. O. M. Gale. Belleview,
Fla. 27-Ct
BATH ROOMS Four bath rooms on
the beach at Lake Weir fcr rent,
by thed ay or part of the day. Ad
dress Mrs. R. L. Martin, Lake Weir,
Fla. 22.-24-2-1
WANTED Position as stenographer
or typewriter. Good references
Miss Hoyt Knight, Belleview, Flor-
LOST In Ocala or on Blitchton road,
30x3 smooth tread Fish auto cas
ing on rim; fits baby Overland. Lost
Wednesday or Thursday. Return to
Farmers'- Exchange Store.
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FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms. Call phone' 238 or apply at
34 N. Sanchez St., Ocala. l-6t
TRANSFER SfcKVlCt; W hen you
want baggage transferred or have
( light or heavy hauling, locally or
long distance, phone 434. L. E
Cordrey. 7-1-lm
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
LOST Small ledger in dark tan
leather case. Finder will receive re
ward of $5 by returning promptly
to Star oce ofiir R. H. Sanders, Dun
nellon. 2-6t
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
17 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
jrcth a dollar's worth of other groe-
rles for cash, Saturday and Monday
rly. Pnone 377.
wky-tf H. B. WIIITTINGTON.
Hot Boston baked beans and brown
bread for Saturday night supper
Carter's Bakery. 24-tf
French Like Civil Weddings.
A French marriajre Is a thorough
. going affair. It Is rtal partnership.
! To bejrfn with, '.hf ceremony is usu
: allv a civil one. Comparatively few
weddings tae place in a church. There
I are no vows ns to mutual toleration for
' better .or for wone. But the French j
pa" wasnt going to ?et oaught agaim
.ilutN MOU tw
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SERVICE

During these days of readjustment we are glad to
meet our customers personally, and anything we
can do to promote our mutual interest iwill be
cheerfully done. Our Bank is anxious to give the
very best service that can be given to the commu community.
nity. community. Come in and talk over conditions with us.
Resources More Than a S1,000,000
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK

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Sugar and Milk have greatly reduced in price.
We can therefore serve drinks and creams cheaper.

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Ice Cream Cones 4c, War Tax lc.5c
Coca Cola 4c, War Tax lc... 5c
Ice Cream, Dish 9c, War Tax lc.lOc
Chocolate Milk. 7c, War Tax lc...8c
Limeade 9c, War Tax lc. 10c

Come to see us.
5
STOMACH TROUBLES
LLuiana Lady Had Somethiag Like
Indigestion Until She Took
Elack-Drangnt, Then
Got All Rifhi.
Saytnour, Ind. "Some'tim ago I
'had a sick spell, something like lndi lndi-gotvtion,"
gotvtion," lndi-gotvtion," writes Mrs. Clara Peacock, o!
Bci.te 6, this place. "I would get very
eic'.; at the stomach, and spit or romlt,
esivlally In the mornings.
'Then I began the use of Thedford's
Bl. --Drausht, after I had tried other
tac u:it s. The Black-Draught re re-llcou
llcou re-llcou me more than anything that I
to; v :nd I got all right.
haren't found anything better
th-, i3!ack-Draught when suffcriE.3
frc:i trouble caused by eonsUpatlon.
It i.; -asy and sure. Can be taken In
bth 'U doses or large as the case calls
for."
When you have sick stomach. Indi Indi-gallon,
gallon, Indi-gallon, headache, constipation, or
ovc:r disagreeable symptoms, tak?
B.-.'k-Draught to help keep your
Bystoni free from poison.
Theuford'a Black-Draught Is made
from purely YCEretabla Ingredients,
acts 3n a gentle, natural -way, and has
no had after-effects. It may be safely
taken by young or old.
Get a package of Black-Draught to today.
day. today. Insist on the genuine, Thedford's.
At your drugglsfa. NO-143
husband ahd wffe marry" to take up
each other's burdens, and then carry
them together until the end of the
journey.
TLls can be traced to several cases.
One Is that young people are linked
together in France with a view to
their practical well-being as well as to
their sympathies.' A girl who Is an
artist does not marry a bootmaker.
And a shopkeeper rarely thinks of
joining his fortune to any but a shop shopkeeper's
keeper's shopkeeper's daughter or a business girl.
The classes do not. Intermingle In
marriage, not because of snobbishness,
but because it Is not practical. From
the Continental Edition of the London
Mall.
Moslems Ignore Mourning.
Wo mourning Js worn ty the ortho orthodox
dox orthodox Turks of the Moslem religion, nor
are periods of seclusion observed by
the. Osmanll tribes or by most other
Moslems after the death of a rela relative.
tive. relative. Women friends pay visits of
condolence to the harem, but the In In-foates
foates In-foates after thanking their guests for
their formal expression of sympathy
and good wishes for their future ex exemption
emption exemption from bereavement, speak
calmly and resignedly of tbe departed.
If a child has died the mother and
tier relatives evenjrejolce before their
friends. For according to Moslem
tenets It is considered sinful to ahow
expressive sorrow over the death of
a child. To do so Is also thought det detrimental
rimental detrimental to the repose of the child's
soul and his happiness in paradUe.
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
EASS
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THE VOGUE

We appreciate your patronage.
-ft
Farmers'
will sell you
Five gallons kerosene. .90c
Lard Compound 12c
Pure Lard 2 lbs. for 35c
White Bacon, per lb...,.17!
Smoked Bacon Squares 22,c
Smoked Country IIams..3Sc
Octagon Soap 8c 3 Ck for 21e
Export Borax Soap 1 doz 53c
Cherry Bell Flour 24 lbs $1.33
Cherry Bell Flour 12 lbs 80c
W. Baker's Cocoa lb... 30c
W. Baker's Cocoa 1 lb... 53c
Senate Coffee, 1 lb. .... .40c
Senate Coffee, 3 lbs $1.15
Reddick PNut Butter 1 lb 30c
Evaporated Milk, tall.... 13c
Evaporated Milk, small... 7c
Uneeda Biscuits, and all
10 c. pkgs 8c 3 for 20c.

Store

FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 103

DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
We Specialize on 'lM
Ford and Chevrolet j
REPAIR WORK :
COOPER Cord Non-Skid Tires, 30xi 1-2.
8000 Mile Guarantee, $18 JJf
DIAMOND Plain Tread 30x3, $12.50
POLARiNE Heavy Oil. five gallons, $3.;10 :i:
We buy and sell second hand Ford Cars I;
Jas. Engesscr, Prop. k fjj

Day Phone 258
DAWKINS' MARKET
Pnoiae 519
111 W. Broadway
GOODS SOLD AS CHEAP AS
ANY SO-CALLED SALES. There's
a reason. TRY US. FISIIEL'S. 2-3t
This is a Studebaker year. tf
WOW;
p. a
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Milk Shake 9c, War Tax 'lc "... - 10c
Malt Milk 13c.. Wur Tax 2e..15e
All Sundaes 18c, War Tax 2c ....20c
All Bonbons 23c, War Tax 2c. 25c
All Parfaits 23c, -War Tax 2c. 25c

THE VOGUE.
V.V:-:V. :-'V
M
Eitoa
and deliver
All f o nner 20c. pfcgrs 1 5c
Clovct bloom Butter, lb.. 40c
Th:ce Argo Starch 25c
One doz. Argo Starch... 95c
Evaporated peaches, lb.. 15c
Prunft, per 11. ....20c
Qt. jars Honey 63c
Qt. c.i-s or hot. Syrup .30c
Pint cans fjruj...
Syrup drawn from
La.rel, pf-r gal
Chf pr lb
.15c
.73c
Fi-f"5t(-ne Tires, 30x3. $10.93
Firestone Tiies, 20x3V 13.93
Grey Tubes, 00x3 $2.15
Grey Tubes, 20x3 V. $2.33
Red T.j'u?3 30x3 $2.03
Red TuL.cs, 30x31. $3.10
Sufnr. 34 pounds $1.00
. AA0A90 Afl
Niht Phone 533
Oer.La Gun Club members
and hunters, protect your
eyes with auto glass, im-
a' prove your average and and-protect
protect and-protect your eyes. A n
Eeloct:on for a few days only.
ML K. J. WEIHE,
Ofiomctri? t and Optkian
r.Tesiglit :-rciali.t
Attractive ads. pay big dividends.
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