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The Ocala evening star
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WEATHEE FORECAST
Unsettled weather with
local showers tonight and
Wednesday.
TEMPERATURES
This morning, 70.
This afternoon, 1.
VOL. 21
OGALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1921
NO. 158

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SAKS FLETCHER
Senator from Florida Shows How Sav Saving
ing Saving at the Spigot and Wasting
at the Bung is the Federal
System
(Associated Press)
Washington.-July 5. The republi republican
can republican majority in Congress and the ad administration
ministration administration were charged today by
Senator Fletcher with making false
claims of economy. The Florida sen sen-.
. sen-. ator declared a few hundred nominally
paid employes of the government
were discharged in the name of eco economy,
nomy, economy, whlie Congress created addi additional
tional additional federal 1 judgeships and started
investigations that necessitated the
employment of clerks and others.
AIR WAYS ALL OVER AMERICA
Washington, July 5. A system of
model air ways covering the entire
continent is planned by the" army air
service for use of all operators or
owners of aircraft. The plan contem contemplates
plates contemplates various chains of well organiz organized
ed organized landing fields, supplemented by
frequent emergency fields and identi identification
fication identification markers connecting principal
cities. Of the air ways approved one
is from Jacksonville to San Diedo, via
Mobile, San Antonio and Tucson.
AMERICAN LEGION DAY
WITH THE ROTARIANS
Today was American Legion day at
the Rotary Club. Brief talks on the
purpose 'and ideals of the legion were
made bef ore the Rotarians by Dr. C.
W. Moremen, commander of Marion
County Post No. 27, and by Louis H.
Chazal, adjutant. Dr. H. C. Dozier
spoke of the work of the United
States Public Health Service.
ENGINE STRUCK AUTO
Two Men Killed in a Smashup Near
Atlanta
(Associated Press x
. "Atlanta, July 5. Two men were
killed and four injured when a Cen Central
tral Central of .Georgia train struck an auto automobile
mobile automobile early today near Camp Jesup.
The. dead were the driver of the auto automobile
mobile automobile and the firemen of the, train.
The injured were railroad employees.
The engine, tender and one coach
overturned when the machine was
struck. The fireman was caught be between
tween between the engine. The injured train trainmen
men trainmen were badly bruised when knocked
about in the overturned passenger
car.
"PHRASEOLOGY OF ACTION"
A CONFLICTING TERM
(Associated Press!
Chicago, July 5. Railway union
leaders went into session today, the
fifth of their conferences over the
wage cut which went into effect July
1st, with the prospect of winding up
the meeting tonight. One leader said
there was no essential disagreement,
and all remains to be done is to set settle
tle settle on the phraseology of action.
IT'S A GOOD TIME NOW
TO FIGHT IT OUT
(Associated Press)
Chicago, July 5. While no plan of
action was worked out by the 1500
general chairman of the railroad
unions in session here, regarding the
wage cut which became effective July
1st, a formal statement is expected
setting forth the railway labor unions'
attitude towards the impending abro
gation of national working agree
ments. The statement is expected to
deal chiefly with working rules on
which union leaders assert they will
not yield "without a struggle.
ANOTHER SPANISH
CABINET STEPPED OUT
i Associated Press
Madrid, July 5. The cabinet
Premier Allendesalazar resigned
day.
of
to
BRAN STETTERS NAME
INDICATES A BOCHE
( Associated Pressf
Chicago i July 4. Otto Branstetter,
national secretary .of the socialist
party announced yesterday that tele
grams had been sent to Attorney Gen
eral, Daugherty, Governor Davi3 o:
Idaho and the sheriff at. Twin Falls
Idaho, demanding the arrest and pun punishment
ishment punishment of persons who kidnapped
Mrs. Kate Richards O'Hare, socialist
leader at Twin Fals, last week.

FiilS

iIRICAII WARSHIPS
GO TO MEXICO

Number of Unemployed and Disorder Disorderly
ly Disorderly Men Near Tampico Makes
Their Presence Necessary
Associated Pre)
Washington,' July 5. The cruiser
Cleveland and the gunboat Sacramento
have been orderd to Tampico, Mexico,
to protect American interests in the
event they are jeapardized on account
of labor trouble growing out of the
unemployment 'situation, it was said
today at the navy department. It wa3
explained that unemployment is con constantly
stantly constantly increasing in and around
Tampico because of depression in the
oil industry there due to the new tax
system and there have been incipient
riots and labor trouble.
OF INTEREST TO CATTLEMEN
The following correspondence
wiil
explain itself:
"United States Department of Ag Agriculture,
riculture, Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry,
Washington, D. C, June 20, 1921.
"Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher, United
States Senate:
"Dear Senator Fletcher: Reference
is made to your letter of June 24, en enclosing
closing enclosing letter received by you from
S. Summerlin, of Kissimmee, Fla., re requesting
questing requesting that a federal inspector be
sent to that state for the certification
of cattle for interstate shipment. Con Concerning
cerning Concerning this matter, you are advised,
that for a number of, years the bu bureau
reau bureau has endeavored -to interest the
cattle owners of Florida in the eradi
cation of the cattle tick in order that
moreand better cattle might be
grown in that state, and also that the
cattle raised might be shipped inter interstate
state interstate for any purpose desired. This
effort has not been altogether success successful
ful successful in that' state, only 13 per cent, of
its area having been placed in condi condition
tion condition for release from federal quaran quarantine,
tine, quarantine, while 70 per cent, of the entire
area quarantined on account of cat cattle
tle cattle ticks in the Southern states has
been so far freed from ticks as to
justify its release from federal quar quarantine.
antine. quarantine. At the present time no co
operation whatever is being received
from the state of Florida in that area
remaining under quarantine.
I regret to have to advise you that
the bureau is not at the present time
n a position to grant Mr. Summer-
in's request relative to the shipment
of cattle from that state. However,
the regulations of the department of
agriculture make provision for the in interstate
terstate interstate shipment of cattle from areas
quarantined on account of cattle
ticks, whereby such cattle may be
shipped to designated points for im
mediate slaughter in compliance with
the regulations without certification.
t will therefore be observed that the
cattle raisers of that state are in po
sition to market their cattle without
the assistance of a federal inspector.
'In this connection you are advised
that the bureau is in receipt of a letter
from Mr. Summerlin, under date of
June 23, and copy of bureau's reply
thereto is enclosed herewith for your
further information. Mr. Summerlin's
letter addressed to you is returned
herewith. Very truly yours,
(Signed): "J. R. Mohler,
"Chief of Bureau."
"Mr. S. Summerlin, Secretary, Cat
tle Raisers Association of Florida,
Kissimmee, Fla.
"Dear Sir: Reference is made to
your letter of June 23, 1921, request
ing information pertaining to the as assignment
signment assignment of an inspector to facilitate
the interstate shipment of cattle from
that portion of the state of Florida
under quarantine on accoutn of cattle
ticks. Concerning this matter, you
are advised that the department is
authorized by Congress and a certain
appropriation provided permitting the
secretary of agriculture to co-operate
Willi the various infested states in
the eradication of cattle ticks. In such
states where proper provision is made
by a county to co-operate in this work
in compliance with state laws and
regulations in the dipping of cattle to
eradicate ticks, the department co cooperates
operates cooperates bv placing in each such
county an employe whose duty 'It is
to generally supervise the work. The
demand for the services of depart department
ment department employes in the states which
are actively co-operating in tick erad eradication
ication eradication work, which it is the duty of
the bureau to assist as fully as possi possible,
ble, possible, is such that there are at this
time no available employes for assign assignment
ment assignment to areas not co-operating in this
work.
"In this connection, it is understood
that the present governor of Florida

Baseball Team Hopelessly in the Hole
Unless Patriotic Citizens Com Combine
bine Combine to Pun It Out
The rain yesterday tthrew the base baseball
ball baseball team hopelessly in the hole. We
promised Tarpon Springs $150 for
the two games and the rain prevented
the big game yesterday. It looks at
the present writing as if there will be
rain again this afternoon and we may
have no game at all. Our bank bal balance
ance balance is $35. We must have the $150
for Tarpon Springs. If all the fans
will kick in a little bit the pressure
will certainly be relieved a whole lot.
How about it ? You didn't get to spend
your money for the game yesterday.
Won't you donate it to the cause ?
Give it to Robert MacKay, Hansel
Leavengood, Frank Harris, Norton
Davis or Laurie Izlar. They all belong
to the executive committee of the as association
sociation association and will be glad to take
care of it for you. If you are going
to do this, make it short and snappy,
for now is the time we need the mon money,
ey, money, if we ever will need it.
L. T. Izlar,
Secretary Ocala B. B. Assn.
ARLO BASEBALL TEAM
DEFEATED BRONSON, 13 to 0
Oak, July 5. The Arlo baseball
team defeated Bronson yesterday at
Cooter Pond by the decisive score of
13 to 0. Homer Luffman for Arlo
pitched the first no-hit game of the
season, striking out twelve men and
failing to give up anything that even
resembled a hit. Only three Bronson
players reached .first during the game,
two on errors and one on a fielders'
choice. Bronson flashed a triple play
in the third when Riles' bid for a hit
was caught by West with runners on
first and second. Seiler was the bat batting
ting batting star of the day, getting five hits
out of five times at bat. Smith donat donated
ed donated a three-base hit with two men on
bases in the ninth. Clements, playing
his first game 'with Arlo, got three
hits out of five tries, bringing in the
first run of the game with a clean
single.in the first. Kelly on first for
Oak played a jamup game, while
Perez handled the short field in fine
style. The Arlo team plays Archer
next Thursday at Archer.
The score: R H E
Arlo ..... .'...13 18 2
Bronson .0 0 7
Batteries: Oak, Luffman and Riles;
Bronson, McNair, Coleman, Dorsett
and McNair.
in addressing the recent legislature of
that state urged upon them the neces necessity
sity necessity of legislation to enable the state
to properly co-operate with the Unit United
ed United States department of agriculture
in the eradication of cattle ticks. Un Unfortunately,
fortunately, Unfortunately, there appears to have
been considerable opposition to this
co-operative arrangement among
those whose interests in raising cattle
should have led them to support the
measure.
"The departmt nt regulations re
garding the interstate shipment of
cattle from areas quarantined on ac account
count account of cattle ticks makes provision
for the shipment of such cattle to
designated points for immediate
slaughter. In making shipment for
this purpose under the provisions re referred
ferred referred to the services of a department
employe are not necessary. Since it
appears that the counties in Florida,
from which you desire to ship cattle
interstate for purposes other than im immediate
mediate immediate slaughter are not co-operating
with the state of Florida, 1n tick
eradication work, I regret to have to
advise you that the bureau is not in a
position to comply with your request
for the dipping and certification of
cattle in this quarantined area of
Florida for interstate shipment.
"In order that the bureau may be
in a position to co-operate in tick
eradication work in Florida and inci incidentally
dentally incidentally available for the certification
of cattle for. interstate movement, it
is suggested that the organization of
which you are secretary take up with
the proper state and county officials
of Florida the propriety of providing
for tick eradication and the systemat systematic
ic systematic dipping of cattle in the Florida
counties in which the members of
your organization are interested.
When such provision has been made,
the bureau may be in a position to as assign
sign assign employes to co-operate with such
officials and these employes will then
be available to certify to interstate
shipments of cattle in compliance with
departmetn regulations for any pur purpose.
pose. purpose. Very truly yours,
(Signed): "X R- Mohler,
"Chief of Bureau."

DEAD FORM
Oil THE FOURTH
A Rather Short Death List Consider Considering
ing Considering the Number of People
Involved
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, July 5. Jacksonville's
Fourth of July death list was brought
to four with the death today of Percy
Robinson, a negro shot accidentally
last night at a negro resort. Marvin
Brown and William Attwood were
killed at Pablo Beach yesterday when
a motorcycle collided with an auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. Margaret Smith, colored, was
cut to death last night by another
negro woman. The injured as a re result
sult result of automobile and other accidents
in and about Jacksonville yesterday
numbered eleven, of which five were
seriously hurt.
CAPTAIN TUCKER
Captain John Alfred Tucker passed
away at his home in the eastern part
of the city this morning at an early
hour. Captain Tucker was' a veteran
of the civil war and had been a resi resident
dent resident of Ocala for fourteen years, com coming
ing coming here from Dunnellon. His friends
were legion and his passing will cause
much sorrow.
Captain Tucker was born in Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, S. O, March 12, 1841. His wife
preceded him to the great beyond
several years ago. He is survived by
four daughters. Miss Winifred Tcck Tcck-er
er Tcck-er of this city, who cared for him
tenderly during his failing years;
Mrs. B. F. Duke, of Dunnellon; Mrs.
E. M. Hannewaker and Mrs. Harry
Peters of Tampa, and Mrs. H. Bass of
Shelbyville, Ind.
The funeral services will take place
tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock from
the residence, on East Fifth street.
Rev. W. F. Creson will officiate -and
interment will be made in Greenwood
annex cemetery, by the side of his
wife.
The following gentlemen will act as
pall bearers and they are requested to
meet at the parlors of Sam R. Pyles &
Company at 2:15 o'clock, namely:
Messrs. Wilbur Smith, Frank Harris
Sr., C. L. Moore, W. W. Stripling, E.
C. Jordan and H. S. Minshall.
MAKING THEMSELVES
UNUSUALLY MEDDLESOME
(Associated Press)
Jersey City, July 5. Details of the
plans for the prosecution of public of officials
ficials officials in New Jersey were discussed
today by officials of the International
Reform Bureau, who vainly attempted
to prevent the Dempsey-Carpentier
contest Saturday. The bureau has al already
ready already demanded the arrest of Demp Demp-sey
sey Demp-sey on the charge of assault 'and bat battery
tery battery upon the person of Carpentier.
Officials of the bureau also declared
that Governor Edwards and other
state officials violated the law by at attending
tending attending the fight. They base their
contention upon the assertion that the
spectacle was a prize fight which, is
prohibited under the New Jersey box
ing laws. t
FLORIDA AND KENTUCKY
AFTER TENNIS PRIZE
(Associated Press)
Atlanta, July 5. Douglas Waiter,,
of Mulberry, Fla., and Sidney Appel
of Louisville, Ky., were regarded to
day as the strongest contenders for
the singles championship of the
Southern Lawn Tennis Association
tournament, being held here.
MURDER OF FRENCH OFFICER
By Germans in Silesia Creates Un
easiness in Paris
i Associated Press)
Paris, July 5. The killing of Major
Montalieres of the French army dur
ing a hostile demonstration by the
German population at Beuthen, Upper
Silesia, has created a most painful
impression in French official circles.
POWER BOATS RACE
WITH AN AIRPLANE
(Associated Press)
Detroit, July 5. Gar Wood drove
his power boat, "Miss America, at
the rate of 79 miles an hour in a race
with an airplane yesterday over a 16-
mile course here.
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

FOUR

EIGHT ill KILLED

III I EXPLOSI
And Many Others Injured When the
Standard OU Plant at Writing,
IncL, Blew Up
'' (Associated Press)
Chicago, July 5. Eight men are
dead today, 36 others injured, ten so
seriously they may die and the prop property
erty property damage is estimated at two mil millions
lions millions as a result of yetserday's explo explosion
sion explosion in the Standard Oil Company's
refining plant at Whiting, Ind. Two
huge stills burst, the brick walls en enclosing
closing enclosing them crumbled and a sheet of
burning oil and gas was spread for
a radius of 200 yards, trapping the
night force.
APPRECIATES THE HOSPITAL
A cubscriber to the Marion County
Hospital Association writes to Pres President
ident President Munroe as follows:
"Ocala, Fla., July 4, 1921.
"Mr. T. T. Munroe, President, Marion
County Hospital Association,
Ocala, Fla.
"Dear Mr. Munroe: It affords me
pleasure to enclose a check for $20
to cover membership in the Marion
County Hospital Association. I feel
like apologizing for not having sent
this at the beginning of the year but
must confess that I did not at that
time realize how incumbent it is upon
every citizen of Ocala and Marion
county, who is able to do so, to sup support
port support this worthy institution.
"I recetnly had occasion to have a
relative become a patient at the hos hospital
pital hospital for several weeks, which gave
me an opportunity to observe just
what a fine institution we have. I
have visited, as well as been a patient
in, several hospitals in larger cities
and was agreeably pleased to see our
hospital being conducted on as high
a plane, and as efficiently, as any I
have seen.
"We are fortunate in having such
a capable and admirable superinten superintendent
dent superintendent as Miss Marshall," who is ever
ready and willing to help alleviate
suffering. Her fine qualities are also
reflected in the nurses she trains, who
are always on the job with willingness
and, above all, a measure of cheerful
ness that is a great comfort to those
who suffer.
"It is a fine thing to have such a
hospital available for the use of our
oved ones, our friends, and any who
are ill, and I hope no others will make
the mistake I did; that of withholding
support until the need and the worthi worthiness
ness worthiness of it is brounght home by the ill illness
ness illness of themselves, or one of their
own. "Sincerely yours."
FOURTH OF JULY
MESSAGE FROM FOCH
Marshal Ferdinand Fock of France,
commander-in-chief of the allied arm
ies, sent, through the Associated
Press, a message to the American na
tion on the occasion of the anniver
sary of the Declaration of Independ
ence.
The message embodies a tribute to
the American army, paid by the man
who led to victory the allied forces
with which that army fought, and to
the people of the United States as a
whole for their "unparalleled effort in
every branch of national activity,"
which did so much to bring ultimate
triumph to the allied arms.
It was Germany's intention, says
the marshal, to settle the fate of the
entente before the United States could
get effectively into the struggle, but
America, "acting strongly and quick
ly, ruined the plans of our adver
sary.
Marshal Foch goes fully into the
record and details the various steps
through which American help was
given the forces arrayed against Ger Germany
many Germany in the great struggle. He points
out the needs of the allied fighting
front in the early stages of the cru crucial
cial crucial 1918 campaign, and how, item by
item, the American aid to meet those
needs was given in men, ships and
supplies as a result of. the concen concentrated
trated concentrated national effort, and finally the
great and telling part played by the
American army organization on the
battlefields and behind the lines in
France.
CONTROLLER'S CALL
(Associated Press)
Washington, July 5. The controller
of the currency today issued a call
for the condition of all national banks
at the close of business Thursday,
June 20th. ..

SHUT THE

DAMP
RATIO!!

ProhibitkKiisU Claim There were
Only 14322 Penoaal Liberty
Lovers in New York Fourth
,of Joly Parade
i
(Associated Press)
New York, July 5. -Prohibition or organizations
ganizations organizations are on the watch lest sen sentiment
timent sentiment favorable to repeal of the
eighteenth' amendment be exaggerat
ed. The Anti-Saloon League annouhc annouhc-ed
ed annouhc-ed today it had employed accountants
to make a careful tally by adding ma
chines and other counting devices of
everybody in the holiday wet parade
yesterday and there were' actually
14,922 persons in line, including 922
bandsmen and 24 policemen. The or
ganizers of the demonstration tele
graphed Senators Wadsworth and
Calder that a remarkable anti-prohibition
parade of over 100,000 good citi
zens would support them in opposi
tion to the Volstead act.
DRIFT OF PUBLIC OPINION
Vote of the National Economic League
on Inter national Relations
- A list of the most important ques questions
tions questions for immediate consideration
concerning international reltaions,
prepared by a special committee of
the National Economic League, was
sent out on Monday, April 4th, to be
voted upon by the members of the na national
tional national council. The votes on 1003 of'
these ballots, the returns received to
date from 48 states, are as follows:
Should the United States refrain
from joining any association of na nations?
tions? nations? Yes, 149. No, 823.
Should the United States enter the
existing League of Nations with mod modifications
ifications modifications in general such as were ac acceptable
ceptable acceptable to the Senate of the United
States? -"
Yes, 657. No, 298.
Should the United States become a
party to the Root-Phillimore perma permanent
nent permanent court of international justice
adopted by the assembly of the league
at Geneva and already referred to
member nations for ratification? (The
United States, as one of "the states
mentioned in the annex to the cove covenant
nant covenant of the league," is entitled to be
come a party to the court without be being
ing being a member of the league).
Yes, 840. No, 61.
Should the United States ratify the
Versailles treaty of peace with reser reservations?
vations? reservations?
Yes, 710. No, 227.
If your answer is "no": Should the
United States proceed independently
to negotiate a treaty of peace with
Germany?
Yes, 177.. .No," 41.
Should the United States repeal its
war legislation?
Yes, 853. No, 88.
Should the United States take the
initiative in summoning a conference
with Great Britain and Japan for the
limitation or reduction of naval arma armaments?
ments? armaments? (Both houses of Congress in
the last session, passed amendments to
the naval appropriation bill making
such provision, but they did not be become
come become effective owing to the failure of
the bill to become law.)
Yes, 858, No, 113.
Should the United States take the
initiative in summoning a general
conference for the limitation or re reduction
duction reduction of land armaments?
Yes, 836. No, 123.
Should the United States cancel the
$10,000,000,000 indebtedness of the
Allies to the' United States ?
Yes, 96. No, 853.
If your answer is "no": (a) Should
the United States accept in payment
of Belgium's indebtedness to it, rep reparation
aration reparation bonds issued by Germany to
Belgium ? (This proposal was trans'
mitted to Congress on Feb. 21, 1921,
in order "that suitable action may be
taken at an appropriate time" as a
result of an agreement reached at the
Paris conference in 1919.)
Yes, 351. No, 423.
(b) Should the United States make
like provision for the indetbedness of
the other Allies?
Yes, 154. No, 604.
FRIEND IS NOT THE
GAMBLE2S FRIEND

: Chicago, July 5 Judge Friend to today
day today overruled the motion to quash the
general conspiracy indictment against
eighteen former' baseball players and
alleged gamblers in connection with
the 1919 World Series.
Your eoznpetitoT aivartixaa. Do ysx



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Look out for sellers of fake movie
stocks. They took fifty million dol dollars
lars dollars from credulous Americans, last
year.
With plenty of water both under it
and on it, we don't see how the new
bridge at Jacksonville can help being
a great success.
The Star has a suspicion that Mayor
Martin has entered that gubernatorial
race too scon. He mav be all tucker-
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fog. '''.: ; v;;"
John Findley Wallace, one of the
world's greatest engineers, died in
Washington Saturday night. He was
tne nrst man ro oegra ;ne unve u
the Panama canal.
The republicans have been abusing
the "Wilson-made .war; now. we sup-
pose the democrats win aouse a nara-
ship on either side.
We have peace with Germany but
no treaty ot peace. Making sucn a
treaty will be the crucial test ef the
statesmanship of President Harding
and Secretary Hughes.
-Philadelphia paper wants boys to
be given pencil sharpeners -instead of
"potentially dangerous" pocketknives.
. 17 ucu uc ui ecu vx uyjj a auu vs vv v
cannot handle "potentially dangerous"
articles is extinct, the race will die. It
Ix7rr'4" Via Tlmrfli 1rak-nl-niy : ollVD :
More citrus groves are to be plant planted
ed planted in Marion county. Perhaps the de demand
mand demand for orange blossoms is greater
than -the present supply. Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Metropolis.
Always plenty of orange feds,
friend Met.
Our state supreme court rules that
hasty trials are illegal. It must
strike thinking men that this is a wise
nonsinn Tn laena txraa hrmicrHt nn
A rlftf in JlrtiTvia awas. f vial jt
m ivy v in viuvuuiau UTti nit bi iai ui
a boy who had murdered a farmer, and
who -was given a rather speedy trial
on account of popular indignation.
The jury recommended the boy to
mercy, and a riot followed, in which
several men were shot 'down by state
" MICKIE SAYS:
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fctD AV JO AKiO
VUA-P A8 MUCH A-S CR. PVm4"
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troops, who stood guard over the triaL
The unanswerable argument was
made by conservative newspapers that
in such cases a jury was cffered the
alternative of legally lynching the
prisoner or taking a chance of its
members being lynched. It is seldom,
however, that American trials are
hurried. They are generally too much
the other way.

The Metropolis is -always sorry
when it credits an editorial to one
newspaper and then discovers that the
same editorial appeared the same day
in another newspaper. Why not label
the canned stuff? Miami Metropolis.
The. average newspaper man can
tell them as far as he can read them.
The average reader can do the same
thing; else we would run a string of
them every day.
The loss of the ships recently miss missing
ing missing in the Atlantic is charged by the
too-quick-on-trigger thinkers to the
bolshevik! of Russia. Operating on
this side of the Atlantic is rather too
much of a contract for Russians, who
are not notable as sailors anyhow. If
there are pirates, they are more like likely
ly likely to be Sinn Fein, who brag on pos possessing
sessing possessing at least two submarines. The
most probable solution of the mystery
is that the ships have gone down in
storms. r
George Mathews of the' Fort Lau Lauderdale
derdale Lauderdale Sentinel recommends that the
speeches of Tom Watson, Hi Johnson,
Bill Borah, Jim Reed and Bob La La-Follette
Follette La-Follette be read in the public schools,
against which proposition the Tampa
Tribune protests vehemently. Don't
worry, friend Trib, if such stuff was
read to them the children wouldn't
listen to it.
That reliable and enterprising ag
riculturist, Lee Priest, of the' Rock Rock-ledge
ledge Rock-ledge Farms near Anthony, brought
us in Saturday one of the finest wa watermelons
termelons watermelons raised in Marion county
this season. Came pretty near taking
a grown man to lift it, and took sever several
al several grown men and. a boy or two to
eat it. Thanks, Lee. May your shadow
nor your melons never grow less.
Our staunch friend, Mr. L. O.
Booher, brought us our annual water
melon Saturday, and after the paper
went to press the composing force
proceeded to put themselves outside of
it. They declared they never tasted
a better one and hoped Mr. Booher
would live a hundred years.
SUNDAY EXCURSION VIA
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
$3
yA Ocala to Jacksonville and
return, including war tax.
Tickets on sale each Sunday during
period June 19th to Sept. 4th, 1921.
Tickets limited to return on date of
sale. Good on trains No. 9 and 37.
For further information call on the
ticket agent 21-tf
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
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 H. G. Shealy, Sec'y.
ftAlLRQAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
trams at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. f
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksnnville-N'York 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm A Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 am N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1 :35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg -4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTfork 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 urn
3:24 pm SLPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa ,1:25 pm
10:15 pra Leesburg 6:42 am
1:45 pm Gainesville. 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. ; Thursday. Saturday.
Meet me at the Union Station
Restaurant for a regular family style
dinner Best dinner in the state for 75
cents. Eat and drink all you want.
Dinner 11 a. m, to 2:30 p. m. Owned
and operated by 100 Americans, tf
This is a Studebaker year.

CURRENT COMMENT

Evidently Jolhn Bull aspires to be
monarch of oil he surveys. Norfolk
Vi rginian-Pilot.
Apparently disarmament is one of
those dreams that go by contraries.
Norfolk Virginian-Pilot.
To avoid collisions, nations should
always keep to the right. Norfolk
Virginian-Pilot.
Before repealing too many personal
rights and privileges why not re-peal
the Liberty Bell 'Norfolk Virginian Virginian-Pilot.
Pilot. Virginian-Pilot. American after-dinner speakers en
route for London are advised to stop
over at Washington for rehearsal.
Dallas News.
The world has ceased to quarrel
over what is right and gone to scrap scrapping
ping scrapping over what is left. Columbia, S.
C, Record.
There are evidently two sides to the
Irish question, but the same individual
never sees both of them. Columbia
Record.
"
, In London the increasing number of
divorces is attributed to war. Correct.
Peace at home does not breed di divorces.
vorces. divorces. Houston Post.
Surely it would be an economic in indiscretion
discretion indiscretion to pass out those bonuses
to the colored veterans during cotton cotton-picking
picking cotton-picking season. Dallas News.
'
Grover Bergdoll says he's to be
married soon. Must be something to
this report of a husband shortage in
Europe. Little Rock Gazette.
e
If Germany still thinks she won the
war we wonder whether she considers
Grover Bergdoll one of her fruits of
victory. Philadelphia American.
Abolish the unread and the "Red"
will vanish. Columbia Record.
The first step is to disarm some of
those appropriation committees.
Dallas News.
. i m m m
The railroads can't attain their ob objective
jective objective merely by charging. Norfolk
Virginian-Pilot.
a
It's this race of naval armaments
that is likely to end in a race .riot.
Brooklyn Eagle.
- T
Perhaps we shouldn't be -too hard
on the congressmen. The people elect elected
ed elected 'em: Columbia Record.
All the coal dealers ask are high
prices and low temperatures and
they'll do the rest of us. Brooklyn
Eagle.
Disarmament by agreement would
be better than disagreement by arm armament
ament armament as in the past. Chicago News.
The- Philippines may be ready for
independence, but what they need
most is some United States money.
Indianapolis News.
If it is true that the Mexican oil
wells are plaj'ing out, our Mexican
problem, can be left to solve itself.
Columbia Record.
,..
The wholesale price-of peanuts has
taken a big drop, but that kind of
politician still comes as high as
ever. Columbia Record.
o o
We can now devote the remainder
of the summer to getting vready for
the September income-tax instalment.
Columbia Record.
- Winnecke's comet missed the earth
by 10,000,000 miles thereby destroy destroying
ing destroying Germany's last chance of escaping
payment. Norfolk Virginian-Pilot.
If the Armenians have heard about
the Tulsa riots they may think it was
just as well they didn't get an Amer American
ican American s protectorate. Minneapolis Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. a
There are moments, we believe,
when President Harding wishes that
George Harvey had never been con converted
verted converted from the wicked ways of de democracy.
mocracy. democracy. Columbia Record.
a a a
Folks who complain about the size
of the fight purse evidently forget
that Mr. Dempsey was once a ship shipyard
yard shipyard riveter and is accustomed to
good pay. Columbia Record.
NEEDBAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed $1.00
Cars Polished .50
Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St
Phone 252
666 cures Malarial Fever. Adv.

MATHEMATICS VS. THE ARTS

Association Awakening to the Fact
Study of the Former la Not
Attractive.
The Mathematical Association of
America has discovered that Interest
In the study of mathematics in high
schools and college preparatory insti institutions
tutions institutions Is lagging.
Under present methods of teaching,
only the mathematically inclined are J
able to pursue the courses with any
degree of interest or enjoyment. It
will be good news to thousands of stu students,
dents, students, badly winded after a feverish
pursuit of the elusive x, to learn that
the association plans reforms.
Mathematics has been dry for most
students. Young minds that thrill t
the mysteries revealed by physics or
chemistry have been found singularly
calm and considerably cloudy after
contemplation of the binominal theor theorem.
em. theorem. Extracting the cube root of
an incomprehensible number has
been the dullest sort of drudgery com compared
pared compared with the study of the Na Napoleonic
poleonic Napoleonic wars or the glory that
was Greece and the grandeur that
was Rome. The melodies of dead
poets and the masterpieces of literary
geniuses have warmed hearts and
fired minds which Euclid leaves cold
and calm. The energy expended and
the brain cells shattered In prodigious
wrestling matches with decimal frac fractions,
tions, fractions, logarithms, algebraic absurdi absurdities,
ties, absurdities, geometric obscurities and trig trigonometric'
onometric' trigonometric' absurdities have constituted
an enormous waste.
It Is well that the mathematicians
have awakened to the fact that their
specialty needs humanizing. Toledo
Blade.
AS TO FACTS AND FIGURES
Nature Seems to Have Laid Down
Some Rules to Which She Rath Rather
er Rather Rigidly Adheres.
Why do tall persons have narrow
noses? There are many exceptions,
but this Is the rule.
The type of the nese that we call
"aquiline" is much more common In
tall people than in those of short
stature. On the other hand, short
people are much more apt to have
flat or snub noses.
Tall men are usually long-headed,
while most short men have round or
broad heads.
Tall persons usually have, small
mouths. It Is the short people who
mostly have big mouths.
Short people-in a great majority of
.Instances have short or round faces.
Long faces go more often with supe superior
rior superior height.
This Is not at all surprising. Tall
people have a tendency, to longness
throughout their anatomical structure.
Usually their noses are long. Their
arms and legs are long. The height
of most very tall persons Is mainly
In their legs. Short people, en the
other hand, are apt to be short In all
parts of their physique.
MINUTE MATTERS MEAN MUCH
Statesmen and Others Wrong When
1 They Scoff at Work Done by
Research Departments.
' The man who gives up his lifetime
to putting science at the service of
business finds himself eternally asked,
"What's the user" Statesmen rise
from their seats and say:
"I see that some scientist fattening
at the government trough has meas measured
ured measured a hundred-thousandth of an Inch.
What's the use?"
Hard headed solid headed busi business
ness business men read of research depart departments
ments departments and snort in disgust : "What's
the use? The old rule of thumb is
the common sense way;"
We think of railroads as progres progressive
sive progressive of railroad men as efficient.
Are they? Not if the Railway Age is
t ha HfeUavad. remarks the Nation's
Business.
There are only two test plants ef
lecomotlves in the country, one owned
Ito the Pennsylvania, the other at the
University of Illinois. Only a few
railroads try out locemotlves on read
sertict W means of a dyrrame meter
cast. Wh tba use?
9ne read that did found that by
pufctog ac exhaust tip three-eighths
of en inch smaller on a Mikado type
lodbmotlve M Increased the firebox
temperature 400 degrees' and saved
$5000 a year in coaL On another
line teats made It possible so to alter
a locometiTe as to reduce Its fuel
ceqsumption 10 per sent and permit It
to haul three more passenger cars en
less coal and water.
Thafa what's the use!
Credit Belongs te Frfcnklla.
Everybedy knows that the Tersatn
Fraakkn was the originator ef maaj
things. Bat few realize that he wai
the first American cartoonist. "Join
or Die,- the familiar ket of the
chepped-np serpent with each piece
representiBg one of the Celonies, was
entirely the work of Franklm. Even
tlae catting of the type-metal was
done by his own hands. Hxia first
newspaper cartoon appeared m. th
Pennsylraala Gazette, Hay 8, 1754,
and was a device for urging united
action upon the Celonies at the tfane
ef the French and Indian wars. II
may be noted also that be engraved 1
map of the siege of Toc1wfrarg and
published It in the Gazette. This la
said te have been the earliest attazrpj
at Illustrating news. Asa Don Dlckto
son in New York Times.

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open an cfEce in the Commercial Bank Bmlding
of Ocala, Florida, effective July lit, 1S21, fcr the
practice of Accounting, Systematizing, Income Tax
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OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, JULY 5. 1921

Doy Scouts of America
A. R. CasHl, Scoutmaster
Meets every Friday night at the
Library, at 8:30 o'clock. Visiting
Scouts are always welcome.

Ocala Gun dub members
and hunters, protect your
eyes with auto glass, ira-
"?S'E,. prove your average and
pjuttrti. juui cjrcs. n. line
selection for a few days only.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eveeight Specialist
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
' : Ocala, Fla.
C. Cecil Bryant
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
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Boat Excursion
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SILVER SPRINGS
Every Thursday, 5 to 8 p.m.
Fare, $1
Plus 8c War Tax
Bring Your Picnic Sapper and
Enjoy the Cool Breezes
of Silver River
For information see or phone
W. L Carmichacl
Silver Springs
Boats Open for Charter
" At All Times
'.W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
furgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala, Fla. !- Adv. tf
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on, all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Const!
Don't take purgatives for Coo Coo-stipa'lon
stipa'lon Coo-stipa'lon they act harshly
they overstrain Ihe delicate
membrane ana leave the
Bowels In a worse condition
Jbaxu before. If
yon are
CARTER'S
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stipation. Constipation. SIckHeadV
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digestion In-digestion SourStom-
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tltellon't Appe-tltellon't hesitate Gel a bottle
of CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER
nua iaKe one after ej
meal and one at bedtime,
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Stomach, Live and Bowels
each
A
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ROBS OTHER BIRDS OF PREY

"Frigate Pelican" Secures Its Food
Chiefly by Forcing its Weaker
Brethren to Disgorge.
The frigate bird, also called the man-of-war
hawk and the "frigate pelican,"
Is a sea bird, so called from its attacks
on other birds. This bird, very large
and with black plumage, is capable of
very powerful and rapid flight. It
sometimes measures ten feet from tip
to tip of Its extended wings. On ac account
count account of Its immense extent of wing
and its dashing habits, it has been
called the swiftest bird that sweeps
the seas.
The frigate bird is a tropical sea
bird of two species. The larger ranges
all round the world, within the tropics ;
the smaller is found only near the
eastern seas from Madagascar to Mo Moluccas
luccas Moluccas and southward to Australia.
Both species breed In large colonies,
building their nests on rocks, high
cliffs or lofty trees on uninhabited
islands. The birds often fly far out
to sea, but most of the time they re remain
main remain near shore.
The frigate bird's aerial evolutions
are extremely graceful and it soars to
great heights. It is said never to dive
for its prey, but to seize fishes only
when they appear at the surface or
above it. Flying fishes form a great
part of its food. This bird of prey also
pursues gulls and terns and eats the
fish it forces them to disgorge. The
male acquires under its bill a bright
scarlet pouch which is capable of in inflation.
flation. inflation. HOUSED IN OLD BUILDINGS
Financial Institutions of Yorktown,
Virginia, Do Business Among His Historic
toric Historic Surroundings.
Within 20 miles of where the first
English settlement in America was
made at Jamestown is the scene
where Capt. John Smith records the
story of his rescue by Pocahontas, the
daughter of the Indian chief, Powha Powhatan.
tan. Powhatan. Within a circle of 20 miles is
to be found the oldest Protestant
Church in America ; the kitchen where
Martha Washington cooked in good
colsnlal style; the college which has
graduated three presidents; Bruton
church, in which more men of his historical
torical historical importance have worshiped
than in any other church in America
and Yorktown, where Cornwallls
surrendered to Washington.
Although Yorktown has a popula population
tion population of less than two hundred, It has
two banks, .both of which are working
in what are probably the two oldest
buildings used for banks in America.
One of these banks, operating under
state and trust company laws, is
housed In the historic oldest custom customhouse
house customhouse built in America- erected in
1715. Here the ships for Philadelphia
were once compelled to enter and
clear. Here at one time was the gathering-place
of the financiers' of the
early colonists. Wall street has tak taken
en taken away the financiers, but has left
the same old building with its same
old walls of English brick, some 24 by
40 feet square and two stories high.
EARTH'S SURFACE IN UNREST
Scientists (Have Proved That It
Is
Never J at Any Time Without
Some Movement.
No portion of the earth's surface is
ever at rest, though all but the great
movements of earthquakes escaped at attention
tention attention until recent years. The minute
vibrations .are followed by J. J. Shaw
in Nature as an unending train ef
waves, waxing and waning in ampli amplitude,
tude, amplitude, that are unceasingly coursing
along the earth's crust and reach to
unknown depths. The wave period
ranges between 4 and 8 seconds; the
amplitude is, between one 50,000th and
one 2,000th of an inch, but with a wave
length of 8 to 16 miles. The speed of
the waves Is believed to be about two
miles per second. Such lecal 'causes as
air tremors and the swaying of build buildings
ings buildings and trees were formerly sug suggested,
gested, suggested, but it Is now known that they
are wide-spreading earth movements.
Earthquakes are easily followed on the
recording apparatus by the primary
and secondary phases and the long
waves rising to a maximum. The mi minor
nor minor movements microseisms are not
easily separatedfrom one another, and
there has been no means of studying
their propagation. But recently cer certain
tain certain tremors liave been traced on re recording
cording recording instruments 60 feet apart. Con Continuing
tinuing Continuing the investigation, the range has
been extended to two miles, and it has
been made practicable to pick out Indi Individual
vidual Individual tremors on the two sets of rec records.
ords. records. One result Is the showing that
the travel of th mleroseisms Is Inde Independent
pendent Independent of wind and weather, though
the source and cause of the move movements
ments movements are still a mystery,
j surprising the Empress.
An amusing story is told by Angus Angus-tin
tin Angus-tin Fllon in his reminiscences of the
Empress Eugenie.
'One day, when she was lyf&g In a
! hammock, an over-zealous aide-de-camp
(it was not his first blunder)
noticed an old Japanese parasol which
was, lying long fwgotten at the foot
of a tree, and which had become, by
the accumulation of years, the recep receptacle
tacle receptacle of & varied collection of living
and dead Insects.
Advancing with the movements of
41 : slave of the harem fanning a sul sul-:tana,
:tana, sul-:tana, the officer opened the parasol,
and a perfect deluge of grubs and
'caterpillars rained upon the empress.
who uttered a shriek of terror and
sprang out of the-hammock -Ilk
illghtnlpg.

ROME
TOWN

HELPS
TREES GIVEN EXPERT CARE
of Public-Spirited Los Angeles
Men Recognizes the Imp or or-tance
tance or-tance of the Work.
Recognizing that the average citi citizen,
zen, citizen, or average laboring man, knows
little or nothing about moving trees,
a group of Los Angeles men have or organised
ganised organised a company which has for its
purpose the transplanting of trees,
and the removal of trees and stumps
about the dry.
The tree and stump company is a
decidedly mobile organization. Its
men travel la automobiles, carrying
their tools and tree-moving machin machinery
ery machinery in trailers behind the cars. Thus
equipped they are prepared to go
quickly to any location about the city
wherever their services are required.
The mechanical appliances of tree
transplanting, and tree and stump re removal,
moval, removal, are few and simple. There Is
an abundance of block-and-tackle
equipment for the handling of large,
heavy trees, and a compact windlass
of special deaifn Is used for pulling
trees out by the roots.
When a tree is merely to be re removed,
moved, removed, a stream ef water played from
a hose is used to dislodge the earth
frem the roots. If the tree has to
be moved any great v distance, heavy
wire netting Is wrapped about the
roots to hold the earth intact. This
Is then re-enforced with rope, and the
tree .is jacked onto roller dbllies for
transportation. At its new location
the wire netting is removed, and
blocks and tackle are" used to hoist It
Into position. John, Edwin Ilogg In
Popular Mechanics Magazine.
ODD CIRCULAR HOUSE
J NJMh.
jjmjp. 'T III! -.-if-. -' i. ;7
t EL J hi :t
This, oddly constructed .house In
Somervllle, Mass.. was built In 1850
by Enoch Bobinson, a Boston mer merchant.
chant. merchant. The house is circular in shape,
three stories high, he upper story be being
ing being smaller in diameter than the two
below. The front hall leads to a
circular entry on one side, of which Is
the library, a circular room. The par parlor,
lor, parlor, which is oval shape, is on the
other side. In the rear are the dining
room and kitchen. Leading upward
is a spiral stairway. From the second
story entrywaf radiate five chambers.
In the center of the third stery is a
circular balcony which commands a
view of the entry below and from
which open four chambers.
HAPPINESS IN OWNING HOME
Ideal Citizen Is the Man Who Lives
Upon and Cares for His Own
Small Property.
A correspondent writes:
"We need not look far back Into his history
tory history to prove, nor far around us in Hie
world to see, that the deepest content contentment
ment contentment and the highest prosperity are
ever found where there are the most
proprietors of small holdings of land,
each owner living upon and caring for
his own property. The most stable
and ideal governments in the world are
those whose citizens in the largest
number own and occupy their homes.
"The first step in the prevention of
anarchy is to, secure a home-owning
and home-loving people, and the long longest
est longest step toward peace and prosperity
in a nation is. the possession of Its own
home by each family in the state..The
fundamental reason for this is In our
nature our Intuition demands it we
know, because we are created to know,
that the family home is the nearest
approach to heaven that this earth af affords,
fords, affords, and is the source of the deepest
contentment the human .heart can at attain."
tain." attain." Old Marriage Customs.
The custom of sprinkling grain up
on the bridal pair was in early use
among the Semitic peoples. With them
grain was a. symbol of frultfulness,
and the Jews considered fruitfulness
in marriage the greatest blessing that
could be granted them. In ancient
Persia In Tulmudic times fruits and
flowers were strewn in the path of
the pair, and they were showered with
barley, which had been planted in
a pot shortly before the wedding. In
England the rase of wheat at marriages
continued fr many centuries, and un
der the Tudor kings brides bore
wheat sheaves on their heads, the
grain was scattered over them and
garlands made of wheat, finely gilded,
were carried by the chief maidens ef
the district in the bride's procession
to the church. The custom of scat scattering
tering scattering grain over bridal couples was
also observed on the continent of Eu
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STRONGER HIGHWAYS HEEDED

Anything Less Stable Than Concroto
or Special Road Brick Means
Constant Repairing.
It is beginning to be realized that
concrete or special road brick set in
cement over a concrete foundation
must be used for trunk roads designed
to carry heavy truck traffic Any Anything
thing Anything cheaper and less stable simply
means bad roads and constant repairs.
Weight of Air.
Until very recently nobody knew
how much air weighed.
We cannot see the sir, and, except
when the wiad blows, we do not fee
1L Hence it seems to us to have al
joost no substance.
Yet it is a rather substantial fluid
When it moves at a rate of one hun-
dred miles an hear it uproots greai
forest trees and throws the watert
of the ocean into turmolL If oui
bodies were empty of air the pressor
of the atmosphere surrounding ui
would crush us to an Immediate pulp
A room ten feet long, ten feet wid
and ten feet high contains 75 poundi
of air.
Rub-My-Tism kills pain. Adv.
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Good Rules
Read 'Em!
Our recipe for fade-flteppSag
battery trouble when your pres present
ent present battery dies is surpriaingb
simple, but 100 effective; 1
Buy a Willard Threaded Rubber
Battery; 2 Treat it fairly; 3
Let us help you take care of it.
Come in whether you think
there is anything the matter with
your battery or not. We may be
able to save you loss of
money.
QCALA STORAGE BATTERY CO.
MACK TAYLOR
Phone 348 OCALA, f LA.
Thia trademark, stamped la td
tha caae, IdentLflc tba WiBaM
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We can therefore serve drinks and creams cheaper.

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Ice Cream, Dish 9c, War Tax lc.lOc

Chocolate Milk 7c, War
Limeade 9c, War Tax
Come to tee us.

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Ocala, Florida
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Incorporated

THE .WINDSOR- HOTEL
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room lervics la
second to none

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Maoager.
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Negotiable Storage Receipts
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC

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Tax lc..5c
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We appreciate your patronage.

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Uetweeo Ten Ceat Store and Grira
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Made from Choicest Grains
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guests will greatly enjoy a

bottle or so of delicious Ambrosia
serve it ice-cold with or between meals
Order A Case Sent Home
Ambrosia is sold at Restaurants, Hotels, Clubs,
Fountains, Drug and Grocery Stores

J. E. KAVANAUGII
Proprietor.

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LONG DISTANCE UOVHG
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Milk Shake 9c, War Tax lcJ.-.-.:10c
Malt Milk 13c, War Tax 2c. 15c
All Sundaes 18c, War Tax2c....20c
All Bonbons 23c, War Tax 2c..25c
All Parfaits 23c, War Tax 2c....25c

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IA OCCIIIICES
II you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson Jr.
have returned to their home in Ocala,
after spending several days in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, having come to attend the
bridge; celebration- Times-Union-Mr.
and Mrs. Anderson are .expect .expected
ed .expected home today. They will be accom accompanied!
panied! accompanied! by Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Roess
and children in the Roess car. Mr.
Roess and family will visit Mrs.
Roess' parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Anderson Sr.
1920 Ford touring. Good tires, top,
etc., at a bargain. Terms to right
party. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. tf
. 666 cures Biliousness. Adv.
Miss Alice Sexton returned yester yesterday
day yesterday f rom a pleasant visit to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and Pablo Beach.
1918 Buick touring. Al shape; $700
cash. Five tires. Spencer-Pedrick
Motor Co. 7-5-tf
Mr. William Charles of Tampa, for formerly
merly formerly of Ocala, spent yesterday in the
city greeting his friends.
Miss Elizabeth Bivins of Clearwater
will arrive in Ocala the latter part of
the week for a several weeks' visit
with Miss Katherine Henry.
Rub-My-Tism kills infection Adv.
Boiled ham and chipped dried beef
are just the things for a luncheon
these warm days. Main Street Mar Market,
ket, Market, phone 108. 28-tf
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
She rouse of Citra will learn with re regret
gret regret xf the serious illness of their
son,, J. E. Jr., at the hospital. It is
hoped that the little man will in a
short time be restored to his usual
good health. 1
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phona 158. tf
Dr. and Mrs! Harry Walters were
among the Ocalans spending the
Fourth at Daytona Beach.
C66 cures Dengue Fever. Adv.
Our fresh meats as well as our gro groceries
ceries groceries are the best in the land. Prompt
delivery anywhere in the city. Main
Siireet Market. Phone 108. 28-tf
Mrs. Kendrick Bragg and two chil children
dren children of 'Savannah are guests of Miss
Theo Wallis for several'weeks.
James Borland left last week for
French Broad Camp, near Brevard, N,
C, to spend the summer.
68 cures Bilious Fever. Adv.
Mrs. Jean Conoley left last night
for Texas, where she will visit for
some time.
Miss Medora Russell of Eissimmee
is visiting at the home of her brother,
Mr. Nelson Russell, on Oklawaha ave
nue.
Mrs. S. R. Pyles and daughter, Miss
Katherine Pyles will entertain their
married friends Thursday morning in
compliment to Mrs. Pyles' daughter,
Miss Ophelia Sawtelle, and her two
guests. x
Miss Ossie Griffin of Anthony will
leave Thursday for Charlotte, N. CL,
to spend the summer with, relatives
Dr. and Mrs. H. F. Watt and daugh
ter, Helen, have returned home from
a week-end visit to Daytona Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tydings spent
the week-end and the Fourth at Dty-
tona Beach.
Rev. W. II. Coleman was called to
Ocala Tuesday on matters of private
business, and returned yetserday.
Kissimee Gazette, f
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CUPvSite -WHO? WHfcRt

Summer Silks Rustle Into View

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THtt rustle of many enticing new
silk frocks for midsummer re reveals
veals reveals that taffeta has an assured
triumph In store for it. Paris speaks
its approval of a ctaolce America ftad
already made for Itself and at the
French openings there were many chic
taffeta frocks In which Its next-of-kin
in fabrics the dainty and sprightly
organdie was shown In combination
with It. It has also been made up with
fine ginghams, with laces and with
flowered georgette.
Black Is in high favor and one of
the most pleasing models In it appears
in the picture above. It has a straight,
narrow underskirt and a full tunic.
There is a border of plaited taffeta
about the bottom of the tunic, with a
plaited inching edging It at the top
and a band &t velvet ribbon at the
bottom. This' wide border insures a
much-admired flare in the tunic. The
plain bodice extends a little below the
waistline and has elbow sleeves fin finished
ished finished with the plaited rnching. The
AUXILIARY MEETING
The regular meeting of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Auxiliary of the American Le Legion
gion Legion will be held at the armory to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening, Wednesday, July 6,
at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. R. L. Anderson, President.
FOR THE LADY WHO CARES
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 that you
are looking for. Our cosmetician is
able to give the very best in skin and
scalp treatment, manicuring, sham shampooing,
pooing, shampooing, etc. Electrolysis work done
in all forms; also hair restoring made
a specialty. Phone 272. 112 Fort King
avenue. The shop where the children
like to go. 27-tf
Rub-My-Tism cures sores. Adv.
Dr. E. B. Lytle of Lake Weir, was
in Tampa today to take part in the
Tampa Gun Club shoot. Tampa
Times.
Mr. A. N. Withers is spending a
few weeks in the city with his wife
and baby.
The following were among the out
of town visitors in the city this morn morning:
ing: morning: Mrs. Kate Clements, Lake Weir;
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haviland and
Mrs. L. L. Hopkins, Belleview; Mr.
Carl Sommers, Citra; Mr. J. L. Wall,
Summerfield; Sebastian Lehman and
daughter, Mrs. Huff, South Lake
Weir; Mrs. Reed Russell, Anthony;
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis, Irvine; Cap Captain
tain Captain S. H. Gaitskill, Mcintosh.
mtf information to sopnie too
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style. of this quaint frock calls for the
pretty fichu of organdie which com completes
pletes completes It.
Among new, arrivals there are plain
taffetas made up with figured geor georgette
gette georgette and changeable taffetas that will
probably join forces with plain
georgette In charming afternoon
frocks. An "example of tbe former com combinations
binations combinations appears in another tunic
frock which may be Imagined in blue,
gray, brown, bisque or any of the sea season's
son's season's favored colors, with georgette
having the same hue predominating,
and harnioriizlpg colors in the figured
pattern. Ruchinps of taffeta serve
better than anything else as a deco

rative feature. The wide girdle
crushed about the waist is made of
the taffeta cut on the bias
ANOTHER PHASE OF
WOMAN'S RldllTS
Tallahassee, July 5. The supreme
court has reversed the decision of the
circuit court for Walton county, in
the case of Willie Outlaw, plaintiff in
error, vs. the state of Florida, de defendant
fendant defendant in error. The opinion is by
Chief Justice Brown.
Outlaw was convicted with assault
with intent to commit murder in the
second degree. The basis of the fourth
assignment of error was the refusal
of the court to give the following
charge requested by the defendant:
"The fact -that the defendant was
riding in a car alone with the wife of
Ingram, if the evidence proves that
fact, would not alone make the de defendant
fendant defendant the aggressor in bringing on
a difficulty, if there was a difficulty,
unless there was some act of violence
toward the said Ingram or his said
wife."
And upon this point the court says:
"This instruction was peculiarly ap applicable
plicable applicable to the facts in the case and
should have been given. It was in intended
tended intended to offset the likelihood of the
jury adopting a false rule in determ determining
ining determining who was the aggressor, and
when the court refused it he permitted
the jury to adopt a standard not
known to the law in determining
whether Outlaw or Ingram was the
aggressor. v The testimony, is so posi
tive and uncontradicted on the point
of Ingram being the actual aggressor,
that the verdict can only be explained
by the conclusion that the jury con considered
sidered considered Outlaw theggressor because
he was riding with Ingram's wife.
"There may have been a time when
late for Pa's benefit
iwe
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EXPECT TO MEET

NEXT YEAR IN OCALA
(Jacksonville Metropolis)
Compulsory military training and
physical education is favored by the
Florida department of United Spanish
War Veterans in resolutions adopted
here Saturday night before' the ad-i
i m a
journment of the eleventh annual en
campment.
A resolution recommending that
Decoration Day (May 30) be made a
legal holiday in Florida was also
adopted.
- Efforts will be made by the depart department
ment department to reinstate all delinquent camps
and to organize new camps at Orlan Orlando,
do, Orlando, West Palm Beach, Live Oak and
other Florida cities.
Frank Dale of Key West, wa3 elect elected
ed elected department commander to succeed
Peter E. Baroett of Miami, and Sam Samuel
uel Samuel M. Douglas of Jacksonville, com commander
mander commander of the local camp, was elect elected
ed elected senior vice commander. Other of officers
ficers officers chosen are: I. Berner, Tampa,
junior vice commander; George E.
Spencer, Key West, adjutant; Orin A.
Bailey, Key West,
quartermaster;
Cromwell Gibbons, Jacksonville, judge
advocate; Rev. M. M. Reyenolds,
I Jacksonville, chaplain; Dr. W. G. Per Perry,
ry, Perry, Miami, surgeon; H. E. Harley,
Tampa, marshal; W..T. Gary, Ocala,
historian; J. E. Aitcheson, St. Augus
tine, -chief of staff; Gustave T. Un-
ger, P,ensacola, inspector for district
No. 9; W. D. Cahoon, Pensacola, aide
de camp. '
While the 1922 meeting place was
not selected, Ocala was favored and
will in all probability, it was said, be
chosen.
HARDINGS HAVE FINISHED
THEIR HOLIDAY
(Associated Press)
Raritan, July 5. President of Mrs.
Harding brought their holiday vaca vacation
tion vacation to a close when they left today
for Washington, expecting to arrive
this afternoon.
CITY COUNCIL 3IEETS TONIGHT
The city council will meet in regu
lar bi-monthly session tonight. It la
expected that street paving will be
discussed and all who are interested
should be present.
HARDING ENDORSED SIMS
London, July 5. The welfare of
the world and the immediate interest
of English speaking peoples are con
cerned in continuance of the Anglo Anglo-American
American Anglo-American freindship which has con continued
tinued continued more than a hundred years,
President Harding declared yesterday
in a message to the London Times.
"A clear understanding will prove
the surest antidote for the unfortu unfortunate
nate unfortunate irritation which too often has
been caused by the unimportant and
aggravating utterances of thoughtless
demagogues and irresponsible agita agitators,"
tors," agitators," Harding said.
The message was the feature of a
special page of the Times, published
in honor of American Independence
day.
Attractive ads.'pay big dividends.
Mr. Herman Hodges of Gainesville
is a business visitor in town for a few
days.
Rub-My-Tism for Rheumatism. Ad.
a wife was regarded as her husband's
chattel, and being out alone on a pub- j
lie road with another man regarded
as sufficient provocation to justify the
husband in making an assault upon
her companion, but this is no longer
true, when women enjoy equal free freedom
dom freedom with men. The mere walking or
driving of a married woman. with an another
other another man, or a married man with an another
other another woman, is not sufficient provo provocation
cation provocation to justify an assault by either
spouse, and the greater freedom of
intercourse between men and women
in this day protects them from unwar unwarranted
ranted unwarranted attacks by a jealous husband
or wife, who sees in innocent acts of
social intercourse 'confirmation strong
as proofs of holy writ' that they are
flagrantly immoral."
666 cures Chills and Fever. Adv.

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CHALMERS AT THE

WHITE HOUSE
"When President Harding moved to
the White House, his Chalmers limou limousine
sine limousine went with him," says R. R. Car Carroll.
roll. Carroll. Chalmers dealer for this section.
"ThoUgh this Chalmers is six years
old, the president still thinks enough
- .. . .....
of it to keep it with him at the White
House and has given it over, tem
porarily, for the use of his personal;
physician, Brigadier General Sawyer. :
,"In his, speech to- Congress, the'
president declared that 'the motor car j
has become an indispensable instru-j
ment in our political, social and indus industrial
trial industrial life.'"
Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Ayer and son,
Clifford Jr., motored to Daytona for
the week end.
Miss Alma Sheppard went to Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view Sunday and was the guest of her
schoolmate, Miss Alice Barrett, until
after the celebration Monday.
Mr. R. A. JBurford has returned
home from Washington, where he ac
companied his' wife, son and daughters
for the funeral of their son and broth brother,
er, brother, Lieut. Wiley Burford, which took
place Thursday at Arlington ceme cemetery.
tery. cemetery. Mrs. Burford and daughters
will remain north for a few days
longer, returning home the latter part
of the week.
Miss Emma Rogers, after a week weekend
end weekend visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. F. Rogers, has returned to her
home in Jacksonville.
It was reported here this morning
that some Ocala boys spending the
4th at Daytona Beach had been
drowned, and the rumor caused much
distress to their friends. The Star
wired to the Daytona News, which
promptly replied the report was un untrue.
true. untrue. The following from Bushnell ap-peared-before
Judge Bullock 'on legal
business today: F. B. Coogler, G. C.
Martin, P. L. Weeks, Chas. M. Price,
V. V. Coogler, W. A. Fulton and Dr.
A. C. Coogler. Also J. C. Lundrford
and C. M. Venable, of Tampa.
AM RIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
' Seaboard Air Line -Arrive
from Jacksonville.. 2:10a.m.
eave for Tampa 2:15 a.m.
rrive from Jacksonville.. 1:30p.m.
.eave for Tampa......... 1:55 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:51p.m.
eave for Tampa 4:05 p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 2:14 a.m.
eave for Jacksonville...; 2:15, a, m.
Arrive from Tampa 1:35 p.m.
eave for Jacksonville.... 1:55p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 4:16 p.m.
jeave for Jacksonville.... 4:17p.m.
Arrive from New York.... 1:34a.m.
eave for St. Petersburg.. 1:37 a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:55 a. m
.leave for New York. 3:00 a.m.
Atlantic Coast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:31 a.m.
.eave for St. Petersburg.. 2:32a.m.
rrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
Vrrive from Jacksonville. .10:12 p.m.
Leave for Leesburg. . . .10:13 p. n.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:26 a.m.
.leave for Jacksonville. . 2:27 a. m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
.leave for Jacksonville.... 1:45p.m.
Arrive from Leesburg. ... 6:41 a. m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 6:42a.m.
Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25p.m.
Leave for Homosassa 3:25 p.m.
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday.... 11 :50a.m.
Leave for Gainesville, 'daily
except Sunday 4:45 p m.
Leave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a.m.
Ar. from Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11 :u3 p. m.
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. 7:10 a. m
Arrive from Wilcov, Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Wednesday, Friday. 6:45 p.m.
W. K. Lane, M. D, 'physician and
furgeon, specialist eye, ear, nosfe and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
Increase your sales. Advertise,
Plsher
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SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-ILAR
ILAR SIM-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

ADVERTISE
IF YOU
Want a Cook
Want a Clerk
Want a Partner
Want a Situation
Want to Sell a Piano
Want a Servant Girl
Want to Sell Your Auto
Want to Sell Town Property
Want to Sell Your Groceries
Want to Sell Your Hardware
Want Customers for Anything
Advertise DAILY in This Paper
Advertising Is the Way to Success
Advertising Brings Customers
Advertising Keeps Customers
Anvertising Insures Success
Advertising. Shows Energy
Advertising Shows Pluck
Advertising Is "Biz"
' Advertise or Bust
Advertise Long
Advertise Well
Advertise
At Once
IN
THE EVEIIG STAR
HAULIN G Having secured a
large truck, I am now prepared to do do-moving
moving 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-"
erts, 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 front-rooms,
rooms, 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. 23-1 2t
FOR SALE A pair of good young
mules, $400. O. M. Gale. Belleview,
Fla. 27-Gt
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,
Fla. 22-24-29-1
WANTED Position as stenographer
or typewriter. Good references.
Miss Hoyt Knight, Belleview, Flor-
, ida. 30-6t
LOST In Ocala or on Blitchton road,
30x32 smooth tread Fish auto cas casing
ing casing on rim; fits baby Overland. Lost
Wednesday or Thursday. Return to
Farmers' Exchange Store. l-3t
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms. Call phone 238 or apply at
34 N. Sanchez St., Ocala. l-6t
TRANSFER SERVICE -When you
want baggage transferred or have
light or heavy hauling, locally or
long distance, phone 434. L. ;E.
Cordrey. 7-1-lm
LOST Small ledger in dark tan
leather case. Finder will receive re reward
ward reward of $5 by returning" promptly
to Star oce offir R. H. Sanders, Dun Dun-nellon.
nellon. Dun-nellon. 2-Ct
FOR SALE 1917 Ford touring car;
good cord tires, good tpp, overside
steering wheel, shock absorbers, and
in all round good condition. Dixie
Garage. Phone 258. 7-5-Ct
AUTOMOBILES W A S II E D We
wash and polish, your car in first
class shape at low prices and guar
antee satisfaction. Washing, 75c.;
polishing, 75c. Dixie Garage. 5-6t
FOR SALE Second hand lumber,
coquina shell rock and other build building
ing building materials. W. A. Tinsman
Ocala, Fla. ,7-5-3t
FOR RENT Three or four furnished
rooms for liht housekeeping. Ap Apply
ply Apply Phone 87. 5-tf
GUAVAS Fine Lake Griffin guavas
for sale in crate lots. Suitable for
jellies. Price f,UA) crate f. o. b.
Leesburg. Order NOW to be sure
you get them. F. E. Wetherbee,
Leesburg, Fla. 7-5-tf
TAKEN UP Yellow and black spot spot-ed
ed spot-ed sow and pigs taken up Friday.
May be had by the owner paying
expenses and damages. Apply to
Mellie Ward, 802 Madison

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