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OCALA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1921
DIG LEAGUE STUFF
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A DAI Ml
Arlo Box Company Team Took the
Third Game from Lindiay by
Close Score of 2 to 1
(By L. T. I.)
The third game of the Arlo-Lindsay
series was in a class almost up to
major league grade. In the first place
the game was 'fast and swift, being
played in one hour and 17 minutes.
The game from start to finish was
full of flashy plays and close decis decisions.
ions. decisions. It was about an even break as
to pitchers. Carleton, pitching for
Lindsay, let up six hits and walked
one. Christopher, the Arlo mounds mounds-man,
man, mounds-man, let up six hita also, but donated
no free passes.
Both teams made their first run in
the fourth inning. Jacksonville got
her'8 on a single by Robinson, a sec sec-rifice
rifice sec-rifice by Fernandez and an error on
the part of Kelley. Kelley dropped
the ball on first on the third out when
there was a runner on third. The run runner
ner runner scored but almost simultaneous simultaneously
ly simultaneously Kelley recovered the ball, feinted a
throw to the plate and fooled the run runner
ner runner off first, where Kelley touched him
out. Discussion was hereupon entered
into as to whether the run counted.
The umpire ruled that the play of
catching the runner off first was a
new play from the play of the of the
runner on the hit balT and that the
score counted. Arlo came to bat after
that discussion determined to even
things up and earned the run she
made. Strickland led off with a two
bagger, and pilfered third. Christo
pher. singled and scored him.
- Lindsay in center held made a
beautiful running catch of the fly hit
by Ponder in the second inning,
Strickland distinguished himself from
the rest of the team by his catch of a
foul hit by Katz in the fourth. Ross
on first for the Lindsay nine saved
Carleton a wild throw when he made
a sensational one-hand catch in the
fifth. Fernandez stabbed a deep
grounder off the bat of Perez in the
eighth. It looked like an impossibil impossibility
ity impossibility to cut Perez off at first but the
peg from that right wing of Fernan
dez did the work.
The stick work of Katz and Chris-
topher stood out clearly above the
safeties out of four times, up.
The Box Score
Robinson, If 4 1 110
Fernandez, ss .... .3 0 0 0 4
Katz, cf ....4 0 2 0 0
Ross, 1st -..3 0 1 17 0
Ponder, 3rd ...... .4 0 0 3 4
Ousterhoudt, if ...4 0 1 11
Whitehead, 2nd 3 0 .1 1 3
Hoolehan, c .......3 0 0 2 2
Carleton, p .......3 0 0 0 2
31 1 6, 25 16 3
Arlo AB R H PO A E
Perez, ss 3 0 0 0 0 0
Belley, lsj; 4 1 1 7 0 1
Strickland, 3rd ....4 1 1 11 0
Franklyn, 2nd ..,..4 0 1 1 0 0j
Christopher,? .....4 0 2 0 4 0
Lindsay, cf 1 3 0 0 3 0 0
Roberts, If ...3 0 0 2 0 0
Luffman, rf .......3 0 1 0 0 0
Riles, c ...20 0 13 0 0
30 2 6 27 5 1
Summary: Two base hits, Strick Strickland,
land, Strickland, Franklyn; sacrifice hits, Fer Fernandez,
nandez, Fernandez, Ross, Riles; stoten bases,
Kats, Strickland, 2, Christopher; base
on balls off ( Christopher, 0, off Carle Carleton,
ton, Carleton, 1; struck out by Christopher, 13,
by Carleton, 2; double play, Ponder to
Ross. Umpires, Leavengood and
Overland "90." Good tires, paint
and upholstering. A bargain for quick
sale. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. tf
666 cures Chills and Fever. Adv.
MAKE US AN- OFFER
On the brick building located on cor corner
ner corner of Ocklawaha avenue and Os Osceola
ceola Osceola street (opposite the old Buick
garage) with the proviso that you are
to entirely remove the same from the
lot within thirty days. 21-6t
Lewis -Chitty Co.
Geo. May I Co. 1
IHGn GIJADE PAINT a
Say They Have Reduced Fighting
Strength of Turks Seventy-'
Five Per Cent
'Associated Presa i
Athns, July 26. An announcement
by the Grek official agency said the
Turkish losses in killed, wounded and
prisoners and missing amount to 75
per cent of their entire fighting
strength in Asia Minor.
MEET IN PARIS NEXT MONTH
Next Session Allied Supreme Council
Expected to be Brief, Dealing
Only with Silesian Question
London, July 26. The allied su
preme council will meet in Paris Aug.
4th, according to official announce
ment. It is understood the session
will be brief, dealing only with the
PETE COSTELLO PUTTING
UP A NEW BUILDING
Work is progressing rapidly on the
new brick store building being erect
ed by Mr. Peter P. Costello at the
corner of West Broadway and Pine
The building is being constructed
by Messrs. Ray & Thomson, contrac contractors,
tors, contractors, and from the general appear appearance
ance appearance of things it will be ready for oc occupancy
cupancy occupancy within a month.
The building will be 47x112 feet. It
will be a double room. It is being
solidly constructed and will be a sub substantial
stantial substantial addition to the better looks
of Broadway. Mr. Costello will prob prob-ablwy
ablwy prob-ablwy move his big stock of goods into
it when it, is complete. At the rate
"Pete" is increasing his business, it
won't be long before he is the Mar Marshall
shall Marshall Field of Braodway. Good goods,
incessant industry and constant cour courtesy
tesy courtesy to his customers are building
iv ; ;
COURT A SUCCESS
Topeka, Kan., July 26. After a
year and a half of operation, the fu future
ture future of the Kansas court of indus industrial
trial industrial relations seems assured, Gov.
Henry J. Allen declared in a state statement
ment statement today.
"Each of the twenty-eight orders
and judgments of the court rendered
thus far have been accepted by both
sides of the controversy, excepting
the last which is now pending on ap appeal
peal appeal before the state supreme court,"
Governor Allen said. "Employers and
employes alike are coming to regard
the court as an up-to-date method for
settling industrial disputes.
"The result in the coal mining dis
trict has been most striking. Under
conditions created by the industrial
court last year, the miners were en enabled
abled enabled to work 30 per cent more than
the year, before, with the resultant
increase in production of fuel for the
public and wages for the miners.
"Interest in the Kansas remedy for
industrial war is becoming world7
wide. The pressing need for similar
legislation in other states has become
apparent, and many are preparing to
follow the lead of Kansas in provid providing
ing providing for justice in labor troubles."
SOME REAL BARGAINS
IN USED CARS
One 1916 Buick "66" Touring,
Good shape. Price $500.00
One 1918 Buick "6" Roadster.
Good shape. Price 475.00
One 1918 Buick "4" Roadster.
Good shape. Price ........ 300.00
One 1915 Ford Touring. Good
shape. Price 175.00
One 1916 Ford Roadster. Good
shape. Price . 200.00
One 1920 Ford Roadster. Al
shape. Price ........... 350.00
One 1914 Buick "4" old style.
It will run. Price 50.00
Dealer in Dodge Brothers Motor
Vehicles. Ocala. Phone 348. 22-6t
SUNDAY EXCURSION VIA
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
f o O A Ocala to Jackson viUeand
POssx return, including war tax.
Tickets on sale each Sunday during
neriod 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
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticketor $7. Phone
2G0, 310 N. Main street 27-tf
66S cures Dengue Fever, Adv.
MARKED HER LOVE
fill WEARY MILES
Alabama Woman Walked Six Hundred
Miles to See Her Dying Sis Sister
ter Sister in Florida
Jacksonville, July 26. How a moth mother
er mother and two sons, 14 and 16 years,
walked nearly 600 miles to see the
mother's dying sister was revealed to today
day today after the funeral of Mrs. W. C.
Chambers here. Mrs. Chambers be became
came became fatally ill several months ago.
Her sister, Mrs. Estelle Morse of At At-talla,
talla, At-talla, Ala., determined to see her
again but could not afford a railroad
trip. Three months ago with her two
boys she set out on foot. They finished
the 500-mile journey ten weeks later.
They were with Mrs. Chambers two
weeks before she died.
, (Associated Press)
Jackson, Miss., July 26. There is
no grave danger of a pellagra epi epidemic,
demic, epidemic, and no semi-farnme condition
in Mississippi, the state board of
health today said, discussing the let letter
ter letter of President Harding relative to
relief measures for the cotton belt.
No Epidemic in Louisiana
New Orleans, July 26. There is no
pellagra epidemic in Louisiana, the
state board of health announced today.
Good Report from Arkansas
Little Kock, July 26. there is no
semi-famine in Arkansas and pellagra
is no more prevalent than in previous
years, according to the state health
No Pellagra in Florida
Jacksonville, July 26. State Health
Officer Turck says there is no pella pellagra
gra pellagra epidemic in Florida, that the
number of cases is showing a de decrease.
crease. decrease. The state marketing bureau
says there is an abundance of food
everywhere in Florida.
It is high time to see to it that our
goose isn't cooked in the melting-pot-
Mr. Auto Owner
Ill NOT PROVIDE
That Much Mooted Question Will be
Debated by Congress at a
Washington, July 26. An agree agreement
ment agreement among members of the House
ways and means committee that in
revision of the ""revenue laws no pro provision
vision provision will be made for a sales tax
was announced today by Chairman
Fordney, at the opening of public
hearings on the proposed measure.
HARDING'S IDEA NOT KNOWN
White House officials said at 10:30
o'clock this morning they were still in
doubt as to the form President Hard Harding's
ing's Harding's communication to Congress to today
day today on railroad financing would take.
They said the document might be a
formal message, although the presi president
dent president did not plan to go to Congress
himself to present it. It was earlies
reported that it would take the form
of a letter to interested committees.
SOLVE RAILROAD PROBLEM
President Harding in a special mes
sage to Congress today asked it to ex extend
tend extend the authority of the war finance
corporation to purchase securities,
probably up to $500,000,000 now in the
hands of the railroad administration,
so the proceeds may be used for set settlements
tlements settlements with the railroads. This; the
president said, would open the way to
an early adjustment and relief of the
railroad problem. There was no
thought, he said, of asking Congress
for additional money.
ALMOST BURNED THE
BIG STEAMER UP
Southampton, July 26. Fire which
broke out yesterday on the steamer
Mauretania at her dock here was ex extinguished
tinguished extinguished this morning at 4 o'clock.
Three decks were completely destroy destroyed
ed destroyed amidships.
Our" most pacific argument., is our
Pacific armament. Washington Post.
Rub-My-Tism cures sores. Adr.
To let your car run down in efficiency.
When it needs repairs let me look it over
and tell you what Is needed. If the re
pairs can be made without new parts I
will make them, as I do not draw a com-
. mission from dealers in "extras". I em employ
ploy employ only experts, and you do not pay
for the time of "experimenters". You'll
get a square deal from me, as I want
you as a regular customer, and guaran guaran-tee
tee guaran-tee every job turned out. -While I make
a specialty of
repairing, I am prepared to repair your
car whatever its maker I am prepared
to give you prompt service also on
Give me a trial and I mill leave it to you
to decide whether have made good my
GEO. J. WILLIAMS
Osceola St. near Ft. King Ave.
SMITH SAT DOl'ill Oil
Judge Says Such a Thing as Divine
Right Does Not Exist in the
State of Illinois
Springfield, July 26. Judge Smith
in his opinion on the question of the
arrest of Gov. Small for embezzlement
today held that warrants should be
served on the governor, but that the
executive should be permitted to
make his appearance at his conven convenience
ience convenience within a reasonable, time.
The judge developed his opinion as
follows: That there is no such thing in
Illinois as divine right of kings and
that a king has no counterpart in Il Illinois.
linois. Illinois. That it is beyond the scope of
the governor's powers to call state
troops to shield him from arrest. That
Governor Small despite his position is
subject to arrest and prosecution for
his acts as state treasurer.
STRUCK A LOW BRIDGE
Portsmouth, Va., July 26. Fire Fireman
man Fireman Henry Mason, of a Seaboard Air
Line passenger train Birmingham to
Portsmouth, discovered Engineer R.
H. Buckner missing near Suffolk to today
day today and the train running wild. The
train was stopped and upon a search
being made the body of Buckner was
found a quarter of a mile back. It is
believed that he was leaning from
the cab window and struck a low
OXFORD BARBECUE AUGUST 14
The annual barbecue and basket pic picnic
nic picnic at Oxford will be held on Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, August 4th. Everybody is cor cordially
dially cordially invited to be present. Two
games of baseball between good
teams will be pulled off in the aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, as well as other attractions.
Come. LP. Rainey,
The race that is responsible for the
turmoil and strife in the world is the
human race. Dayton News.
It is Likely to Meet Again in Novem November
ber November or December to Legislature
London. July 26. Austen Chamber Chamberlain,
lain, Chamberlain, government leader, said in the
house of commons today that he. hoped
pariament would be prorogued Aug.
26th. but foreshadowed the possibility
of its being summoned again in No November
vember November or December, to pass legisla legislation
tion legislation necessary to give effect to Irish
Nothing less than national indepen
dence will content the Sinn Fein lead leaders.
ers. leaders. The Irish Bulletin, official organ
of the Dail Eireann, makes this dec
laration from the headquarters in
LEADERS WILL BE RELEASED
Beelfast, July 26. The Belfast
Telegraph says today it is understood
that virtually all members of the
Irish republican parliament now in
jail will be released at an early date.
This action will be taken to give them
an opportunity to meet and discuss
the British government's proposals
for settlement of the Irish question.
New York, July 26 For the" second
time in his fighting career, Pete Her Herman,
man, Herman, of New Orleans, is bantam bantamweight
weight bantamweight champion of the world, dis disproving
proving disproving the old ring proverb, "They
can't come back."
Herman tore into Joe Lynch before
30,000 spectators last night and wou
back the title of which Lynch depriv
ed him last December. Herman re
gained the crown as he lost it, by the
judges' decision. The bout went the
full 15 scheduled rounds. Herman
won 13, Lynch one, -'and one was a
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE 12-gauge Remington
pump gun, at Farmers Exchange
Feed Store. 27-3
FOUND A cameo pin. The same can
be had by applying at Tydings' drug
store and paying for this ad. 26-3t
COWS FOR SALE One extra fine
Jersey cow and heifer calf two
months old; one graded Jersey, four
gallon cow, will be fresh in Novem November,
ber, November, now giving over two gallons;
one 4 Holstein heifer, 2 years
old, first calf; one graded Jersey
heifer, will be fresh in August; one
extra fine Jersey male IVi years
old. Let me know your wants for
a cow and I can quickly tell you
whether I can supply you or not.
Abner Pooser, Box 347, Ocala. 26-tf
WANTED To buy for cash, mercan
tile business. Explain all in first
letter. P. O. Box 265. 25-6t
FOR SALE New Ford touring car.
' Enquire O'Neal & Holly garage. It
FOR RENT Two large unfurnished
rooms; lights, both and porch. Ap-
ply 304 Alvarez St. R. H. Cunning
WANTED Two hundred White Leg
horn hens or pullets. Phone 39 M or
write Miss Ethlyn Adanv Ocala,
Fla., Rural route A. 25-lt
WANTED A No 1 commissary or
storeroom man wants position. Best
references. Write E. R. Barfield, 617
Second Ave., South, St. Petersburg,
GUAVAS Fine Lake Griffin guavas
for sale in crate lots. Suitable for
jellies. Price $1.50 crate f. o. b.
Leesburg. Order NOW to be sure
you get them. F. E. Wetherbee,
Agent, Leesburg, Fla. 7-5-tf
FOR SALE Strand wood, split pine
and oak, $3 and $3.50 per strand.
Leave orders at Jirash Grocery,
Phone 413. 13-12t
WANTED Some one to turn over
25 acres of land with tractor. Land
was planted in tomatoes this season.
Apply to P. O. Box 445 at once. 12t
FOR SALE iron water tame, in
good order, 600 gallon capacity,
with 40 or 50 feet of pipe. Apply to
Star office or write to box 404,
FOR RENT Large store room be
lips drug store, west cf courthouse,
Capitalists Preparing to Utilize De Deposits
posits Deposits of Lime and Clay Immed Immediately
iately Immediately South of Ocala
Industrial Ocala has taken on a
number of ne wenterprises within the
past year or two, but possibly none
that promise more toward the per permanent
manent permanent upbuilding of the city's week weekly
ly weekly payroll than the establishment cf
an extensive building material manu manufacturing
facturing manufacturing concern recently launched
by Mr. H. M. Hampton of thb city,
and a number of capitalists from
The new company, which is known
as the Florida Building Material Cor Corporation,
poration, Corporation, has secured several hun hundred
dred hundred acres of land just south of the
city upon which are located some of
the best deposits of materials for the
manufacture of buildings that have
been discovered in recent years. These
lands contain, beside immense de deposits
posits deposits of almost pure lime, several
varieties of clay suitable for making
tile, brick and other materials used
for making fireproof buildings.
The company is now making ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for the erection of build buildings
ings buildings necessary for the manufacture
of the various products which the
company will make from the soils of
Marion county. As soon as suitable
buildings are constructed the installa installation
tion installation of machinery will begin, and the
company hopes within a few months
to have everything in readiness to
put its product on the market.
The new enterprise will mean the
employment to begin with of a large
number of men, many of whom will
necessarily be experts in this line cf
business, all of which will mean a
number of new families in the city
and its southren suburbs.
LITERARY TASTE OF
Boston, July 26. The advertures of
D'Artagnan, Midshipman East, Tom
Sawyer and the other favorites of a
half-century are still eagerly read by
the children in spite of the "jazz" lit-
erature that has invaded the field,
Miss Alice I. Hazeltine, supervisor of
the children's department in the St.
Louis public library, in addressing the
fifth annual institute of librarians
held here recently, said the well well-thumbed
thumbed well-thumbed tomes in which a dozen gen generations
erations generations had sought guidance as to
piratical habits were stUl read with
the unwavering stare and concentra
tion that heeds not the dinner bell.
She added that moving pictures
had had no evil influence on the chil children's
dren's children's reading; in fact, more children
every month were coming to visualize
the greatest adventures of all time
between the covers of a book.
She advocated a more widespread
introduction of foreign history storks
for children and advised that they be
taught to read stories and biographies
of American life.
on Magnolia street. Apply Guaran Guarantee
tee Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. 20-tf
A5A is my phone number, and
xO all kinds of HAULING
(whether light or heavy, short or long
distance) is my business. Household
moving and baggage my specialties.
L. E. Cordrey. 15-tf
FOR SALE Good 8-year-old horse.
good shape, good worker anywhere.
Also good wagon and harness, all
for ?140 cash. Near A. C. L. water
tank. R. C. Thompson. 20-2t
FOR RENT Part of furnished house
for bed rooms or ilght housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. Apply to "House," care Star
WANTED 50-acre truck farm, fruit
ed, on good roaa, close to station;
price must be right; give complete
description. Mr. Storer, Box 235,
Atlanta, Ga. 21-lCt
FOE SALE My six-room house on
East Fourth street. All modern
conveniences. Apply to Miss Rena
Smith at the Style Hat Shop. 2C-4t
WANTED a refined weman to keep
house for widower and three chil children.
dren. children. Ages of children, 7, 10, 23.
Must keep neat and clean zxA t
economicaL A good home for 1I2
right person. P. O. Box 2ZQ, Oztlz,
FOR SALE SECOND HAND
HOUSES FROM $25 TO J2C3.
WINDOWS, DOOKS, CHIMNEYS
AND FENCES INCLUDED. UAH UAH-TEL
TEL UAH-TEL LUMBER COMPANY, MAR MAR-TEL,
TEL, MAR-TEL, FLA. 2-Ct
tract work. Giv-is ;:. -wcrk
for t!:s f : ; :
contractor ;n t- ; Y-
OCALA EYEhLNG STAB, TUESDAY. JULY 26, 1921
a Evening Star
Pulillsked Evry Day Kx!pt Saaday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
-,. R K. CarrU, Preoldeat
P. V. LcvenK)MMl, Serrtary-Treurer
J. H. Bc-ajamia, Kdltor
Entered- at Ocala, Fla-second-clas-
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journal bearings on passenger cars,
the resistance at starting cars is so
reduced that from ten to fifteen per
cent of the pulling force required with
journal bearings will cause the train
to move. We hare never ridden- on a
jerkies train, but we have ridden be behind
hind behind many an American engineer who
had the gift of starting his train that
you didn't know it was in motion un
til several seconds after it was undar
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Orange county has voted two mill million
ion million in bonds to build new roads, and,
we suppose, repair some of the old
Senator Fletch is no quitter. He
wants Congress to stay in session un
til its work is done, if that means all
Dawes says he can cut the govern government
ment government expense account down $112, $112,-000,000.
000,000. $112,-000,000. That will be good work, if
Congress will let him.
"Spanish Doubloons", is one of the
best stories that has made its appear
ance lately. Look for the opening
chapter in the Star in a few days.
Did you ever read such an itinerary
as that mapped out by the "flying
squadron ? Tampa Tribune. 1
v No, but we have seen several of
those crazy quilts the women used to
map out thirty years ago.
' Floating mines-have been brought
in from the Gulf of Finland, the
charges removed and the fittings taken
out. The mines are then converted
into soup tureens by the Kronstadt
refugees who are being, fed by the
American Red Cross in -Finland.
The sheriff of Tulsa testified that
he slept throughout the recent dis
turbance.,'- It's ;aJ cinch no oil 'boom
will ever arouse this guardian of the
law. Jacksonville Metropolis.
Maybe too much oil boom was the
reason for his somnolence.
If laws can be passed compelling
aviators to dodge the air above towns
flying will be cut down to the few
hundred airmen the government em
ploys.: There is ten times as much
danger from traffic on the ground as
there is from airplanes over head.
That brother of Bergdoll who chang
ed his ; name trtfavoid notoriety, may
have to change it again if he gets
int oa few more scrapes and scraps.
Clearwater Sun. ,,
It doesn't seem to us like Braun
had a fair deal. The conduct of Con
gressman jonnson, wno Duiuea ana
enraged the man, and then rushed a
him with his hand in his pocket, de
serves severe censure. r,. ,-
Spruce pine, from which satisf ac
tory newsprint can be made at a cost
much less than from other wood
grows on the mountains and foothills
of the South in great quantities. Dur
mg the annual convention of the
Southern Newspaper Publishers Asso
ciation, the editor of the Birmingham
Age-Herald exhibited copies of his
publication printed on paper made
from this spruce pine cut near War Warrior
rior Warrior River, Ala.
The jerkless train has arrived in
Sweden. By j employing anti-friction
bearings, technically known as disk
hearings, in place of the present
MUCtt. PCHUatmSC. BJ5ZM Orttja.
"tWAVtS- VP NUB KAAACE
OUR, V UVVAS
The. following from the Palatka
News is an humorous as well as an
accurate description of the route, by
which the "flying squadron" squirms
its way ofer the state :
A few days ago a very innocent
ooking story came out of Tallahassee
announcing tne itinerary oi tne so-
called "flying squadron," or teachers'
examining board. This board travels
about the state examining teachers
and issuing, certificates as to their
qualifications. The News has no crit
icism for the ability of the members
of this board, but in view of past per
formances we believe, with several
other state papers, that it is a waste
ful arrangement, no matter what ben
efits are derived, how many teachers
are examined and what safeguards
are thrown around the teaching pro
The wastefulness comes from the
arranging of the itinerary. At the
last session of the legislature ap approximately
proximately approximately $2000 was refunded to
the three members of this board for j
money expended for transportation in
excess of the appropriation. If the
itinerary arranged for the period the
appropriation covered there is little
wonder that the appropriation was
exceeded, for truly it is a "flying
squadron," hopping from one extreme
end of the state to the other, time and
again, going through 'the towns sev
eral times before finally alighting to
hold the much heralded examination.
Here is a part of the itinerary as sent
out from Tallahassee:
Starting at Gainesville on August
15, the first jump is to Tallahassee
for a couple of days, when they hop
down to Fort Lauderdale. From Fort
Lauderdale to Orlando is a pleasant
jump, and i then over to tJrooksviile,
from which place they go to Mayo.
Mayo is left for Crestview, almost at
Pensacola, then they double back to
Blountstown, just below Marianna,
after which they go back through
Crestview to Pensacola. Leaving Pen Pensacola
sacola Pensacola the board goes to Jacksonville,
which they have already passed thru
several times, and near which they
were when in St. Augustine. Finish
ing at Jacksonville they have prob probably
ably probably become enervated with the warm
climate so they hop over to Lake City,
and from there they make their third
trip westward and land at Marianna,
around which they have already play
ed some four times. But they don't
like it in Marianna, so they leave it
for Titusville, way down on the east
coast, having to come through Jack
sonville again, and from Titusville
they go to Fort Myers, which was not
far from them when they were at
Tampa. Again it is presumably -too
warm for them, so they hop off from
Fort Myers and land in Carabelle, a
short distance from Pensacola on the
northern rim of the Gulf of Mexico.
After recuperating a few days at
Carabelle, they come on back through
Jacksonville to Starke, and then back
through Jacksonville for a third trip
down the east coast, this time to
Palm Beach. While at Palm Beach
they ; suddenly recall that" they have
not been down on. the west coast but
twice, so they jump from Palm Beach
to Lakeland, after which they wind up
the year at Orlando, where the State
Teachers' Association is to meet.
Ye gods, it is any wonder we call it
the "flying squadron!" What that
bunch needs "is for someone to draw.
them such an itinerary as the travel traveling
ing traveling representative of any great house
or firm would be required to furnish
and follow if he expected the house
to pay his bills.
The squadron does not get to Pa
la tka until February 21, although it
will pass near and through here a
number of times in going from west
Florida down the east coast and back
again. They come here from Willis
ton and then take a jaunt down to
Clearwater, jumping from there over
to Chipley and from Chipley over 200
miles tack to Callahan through Jack
sonville, and so on.
No matter what explanation the
officials who planned the itinerary
make there is nothing that can justi
fy such foolish disregard of money
in the "days of high transportation
tLat it was contended that other ne negroes
groes negroes testified against him to divert
suspicion from them; that his appli application
cation application is also endorsed by prison of officials
ficials officials at prison camp located near
Zolfo, who state that he worked hard
and obeyed all rules while in that
There is one sentence in the fore
going that reads queerly. It is that
where Mr. E. W. Davis, who was
state attorney at the time, says "there
was doubt as 'to whether the appli applicant
cant applicant committed the crime." If there
was doubt, Mr. Davis should have
stated it to the jury, and if he had,
the man would probably never have
Many papers of the country are
jumping all over Major Bruce R.
Campbell because the Bergdolls ac accuse
cuse accuse him of accepting a $5000 bribe
to assist in the escape of that un unspeakable
speakable unspeakable slacker, Grover BergdolL
In view of the fact that Major Camp Campbell
bell Campbell saw service abroad and was pro promoted
moted promoted for gallantry in action and in
further view of his excellent record
as a soldier and a gentleman, we are
disposed to take his word against all
the Bergdolls who ever lived. Miami
Our sentiments, exactly.
A SPUNKY LAD
A special agent for an insurance
company tells an unusual story about
a boy he encountered on the road be below
low below Kissimmee the other day. The
agent was driving from Tampa to
Ocala and a little way below Kissim Kissimmee
mee Kissimmee a boy about 15 years old waved
him down in the road and afked him
for a ride. The boy was dressed in
overalls, was barefooted and carried
an extra pair of overalls under his
arm. He asked the agent how far he
was. going and expressed a desire to
ride a3 far as he could. The agent
was headed lor Atlanta so he told
the boy he would take him that far
and. then began to question him as to
where and why he was walking. The
boy's story is that he had been living
somewhere below Kissimmee on a
small oransre zrove with his erand-
ather for the past year. He received
a letter from his mother saying that
she and his father were sick and that
they needed him. The grandfather did
not have money enough to let the boy
have any, so the lad started out to
walk to his home in Chicago, unless
he could pick up a ride. He said he
had walked 60 miles in the two days
before he was picked up by the in
surance man. lie did not have any
money with him to get food or lodg
ing, lhe kind-hearted man bought
When you feel all shaken up, it is
probably flivver complaint. Toledo
nip lUasiijh m .'-v.-
There was only one life-term pris
oner, Marion H. Uennison, irom Mar
ion county set free by the pardoning
board. The other, Frank Jackson,
named in Saturday's report, was from
Jackson count v. The board gives the
following reasons for its action in his
"Marion R. Dennison, convicted in
the circuit court, of Marion county,
fall term, 1911, of murder in the first
degree and sentenced to life impris imprisonment
onment imprisonment in the state prison, conditional
pardon granted, it being shown to the
board that applicant has served over
ten years iu prison at actual hard la labor
bor labor in turpentine camps and has late lately
ly lately been in the hospital under treat treatment
ment treatment of the state prison physician
and has been built up to the status of
a third class man, for labor in the
hard roads department; that his ap application
plication application is endorsed by the prosecut prosecuting
ing prosecuting attorney, E. W. Davis, who states
that there was doubt as to whether
applicant committed the crime, and
John Barleycorn may not be dead,
but he is as far underground as the
cellar, at least. Leavenworth Post.
Some people are waiting for oppor
tunity to break the door down and
come m. Boston bhoe and Leather
Many a fellow who could not help
clothe a war orphan has money enough
for a ringside seat. Indianapolis
"r'ussyioot Johnson should be a
good insurance risk. He expects to
live until England goes dry. Farm,
Stock and Home (Minneapolis).
Sims declares that he said the same
thing in his book. That is different.
When it got into the newspapers, peo
ple read it. Muskogee Phoenix.
The man who is not today heart and
soul for disarmament, either has an
ax to grind or an enemy to kill.
Western Mineral Survey.
The doom of the automobile is ap
proaching. It will arrive when they
are so thick on the highway that none
of them can move. Columbus Dis
Taft's appointment will certainly
add weight to the supreme court. court.-Washington
Washington court.-Washington Post.
It is to be hoped that Europe's in
fant republics won't inherit all the old
folks' shortcomings. Washington
That comet that was headed toward
us took one good look and then kept
on its way. Charleston Gazette.
The system of collecting the income
tax in installments is the best method
ke know of making time pass quick
ly. New York World.
Mexico may as. well realize first as
last that, if duty calls, well fight til
the last oil well expires. Columbia,
Ohio, State Journal.
If Germany keeps on underselling
the world, it may become necessary
to lick her again to make the work
safe for inefficiency. Marion Star.
A lot of inconsistency is shown in
the attitude of persons who are will
ing to get back to normalcy by having
the wages of others cut Canton
American economists say they have
confidence in Germany's ability to
meet her obligations. So has Ger
many, and still further, she has con
fidence in her ability to defeat them
when she meets them. Manila Bulle
If that crowd of surveyors finds oi
in the islands, the Filipino won't be
capable of self-government for an
other hundred years. Akron Beacon
It seems strange that a nation
capable of licking Germany should be
on its back and howl in the face of a
little business depression. Harris-
"Dogs never go mad," says a scien
tist, "if they can get plenty of drink."
A lot of men wouldn't get mad under
the' same circumstances. New York
While we republicans go out pn
marily for results, we are as scrupul
ous as anybody when conditions per
mit, and it is a great relief to us no
to need Senator Newberry's vote any
longer. Columbia State JournaL
It is true that prices of many ar
tides have reached the pre-war leve!
but it is also sadly true that the dear
old bank account beat them to it.
Chicago Daily News.
A great many of our troubles
would have been averted if the consti constitution
tution constitution had provided for a mental test
for candidates for Congress. Colum Columbia
bia Columbia Record.
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Sugar and. Milk have greatly reduced in price.
We can therefore serve drinks and creams cheaper.
Ice Cream Cones 4c, War Tax lc5c
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 tojsee as. Weappredate youTlpctronage. THE VOGVE.
Milk Shake 9c, War Tax lc.
Malt Milk 13c, War Tax 2c.
All Sundaes 18c, War Tax 2c
All Bonbons 23c, War Tax 2c. 25c
All Parfaits 23c, War Tax 2c
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him his meals along the way and let
him sleep in the car at night. His
night in Ocala was spent in front of
Troxler's and he appeared to be sleep sleeping
ing sleeping very well indeed. The boy's plan
was to get to the Dixie Flyer route,
where he knows a conductor and has
hopes of being carried to Chicago.
His spunk and his grit are to be ad
mired and it is hoped that he will get i Our fresh meats as well as our gro gro-to
to gro-to Chicago in time to be of help to his ceries are the best in the land. Prompt
sick parents. delivery anywhere in the city. Main
: Street Market. Phone 108. 23-tf
Several exceptional bargains in
rugs and art squares if sold at once. Let us exchange your old furniture
Theus. Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm for new. We can furnish you every-
thing for your home. Theus Brothers.
' Phone 19. N 23-lm
666 cures a Cold quickly. A dr.
WHAT IS A ONE-CENT SALE?
IT is a sale where you buy an item at the regular price then another item
of the same kind for lc. As an illustration: The standard price of Rex Rex-all
all Rex-all Tooth Paste is 25c. You buy a tube at this price, and by paying lc
more, or 26c, you get two tubes. Every article in this is a high-class, stand standard
ard standard piece ot merchandise, just the same as we sell you every day at regular
prices and have sold you for years.
A NEW WAY OF ADVERTISING
This sale was developed by the United Drug Co. as an advertising plan.
Rather than spend large sums of money in other ways to convince you of
the merit of these goods, they are spending it on this sale in permitting us
to sell you a full-size package of high standard merchandise for lc. It costs
money to get new customers; the loss taken on. this sale will be well spent
if the goods please you.
Balm, two for.
$1.25 Iron and Cascara
Tonic, two for
Compound, two for.
Pills, two for
of Iron, two for
$1.00 Nux and
Iron Pills, two for. .
$1.25 Syrup Hypophos
Comp., two for. .....
25c. Zinc Ointment,
Tablets, two for
Tablets, two for
35c. two dozen Aspirin
Tablets, two for
$1.00 for 100 Aspirin
Tablets, two for. .
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
and Saturday, 27th to 30lh
War Tax Extra
Good form Hair Net
Net is of highest
quality and carefully
one net, 15
Maximum Two-Quart Fountain
This is one of the finest syringes
that can be manufactured. The quality
is guaranteed against imperfections
in manufacture for one year.
Bouquet Ramee l
e Powder, two for.. V X
50c. Cocoa Butter
Cold Cream, two for.
50c. Charmona Face
Powder, two for
50c. Cold Cream
35c. Cream of
Almonds, two for
$1.00 Hair Tonic,
$1.00 Toilet Water,
t WO f O I
25c. Tar Shampoo
Soap, two for
Skin Soap, two for. .
Cream, two for
During this sale
we will offer
A perfect dentrifice,
antiseptic and deod deodorant.
orant. deodorant. Cleans and
whitens the teeth.
Comes out flat on
the brush. Standard
price, one tube, zoc.
Bouquet Ramee Talcum
A delightful preparation
made of the finest Italian
Talc, double and purified.
Contains the combined per perfumes
fumes perfumes of rose, jasmine, helio heliotrope
trope heliotrope and lilac
Standard price, one can,
50c., this sale CI n
two cans J
I .1 ,' 3
One pound in a package. We also
have envelopes to match. If it is true
that the good taste of a' person is ex expressed
pressed expressed by the quality of their Sta Sta-t'onery,
t'onery, Sta-t'onery, then your taste will be estab established
lished established with your friends.
MAXIMUM HOT WATER
The largest selling bottle
in the world. The price every everywhere
where everywhere is $2.50 each. Full two
quarts capacity. Guaranteed
for one year. Standard price,
one bottle, $2.50. Thi3 sale,
two bottles JJ2
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THE REXALL STORE
50c Opeko Coffee,
two for. ....
50c. Opeko Tea,
40c. Peanut Butter,
4Dc Extract Vanilla,
40c. Extract of Lemon,
.Sc. Chwiss Gmn,
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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1S21
tW(l (ftftij? 1MY MIIFA Iffi
WORTH FAR MORE THAN GOU
Value of Good Credit Must Never B j
Forgotten by the Community or j
I til Citizens. S
The following little story has arouse
much interest ainoug Kansas- met
cheats and credit men. It was rt
cently. published in the bulletin of tlu
Pittsburgh, Kan., Merchants' associj. associj.-tion.
"I buy your groceries, your di,
goods, your home- everything you u&
1 "J am not mone; I am Its snperie-.
I buy many times more than all ta
gold in the rorM. With me mono mono-may
may mono-may be bought
MI am the very basis upon wblri
the business life of the world has bes,
built, more so in modern times thi
"I am founded upon honesty, aa
built upon faith in mankind, and wo
unto the man or woman who wilfully
I have given men the means to be become
come become rich, means which .nothing els
could place within their reach.
"I r.m, when risntly used, thf
greatest means of prosperity ami
happiness, but when .abused. I hnvt
brought misery into the lives of mei
and women. r t
MI am confidence jHaced in a man's
ability and reliability to meet his future
I am preater tlrn industry and
capital, for I demand industry and
capital of others on the strength of
ability and disposition to make ray
- I am good credit."'
From the Nation's Business
GET AFTER THAT BACK YARD
One Unsightly. Neglected Place Will
Spoil the Appearance of Other
' wise Weil-Kept Street.
Back yards are something big city
dwellers long for and small town
dwellers long to get rid of. But back
yards are a geographical condition;
the yearning l about as close as a
cltyite ever gets to one, while the
small townite finds It hard to dispense
with for want of something to take
A back yard in some seasons of the
year is not exactly an object of beauty.
Paintless fences are in a more or less
acute state of unrepair, tin cans, old
shoes and worn out brooms nave some somehow
how somehow eluded the garbage can.
Why not get busy and give the back
yard a thorough house-cleaning? Tho
exercise will do you good, and tha
neighbors will rise up and acclaim you,
Montreal Family Herald.
Oklahoma Club Members Feel at Home.
Even at home, "the little piece of
home" taken overseas by the Y. W.
C. A. for our boys, comes in handy.
Out in Oklahoma in building a club clubhouse,
house, clubhouse, Lock Sanders post, No. 59, of
the Legion has decided that it win
borrow the plans of the Y. W. C. A.
hostess house. In camps and over overseas
seas overseas it met such a m?J that now.
back in their home town, Hugo, Okla.,
the "boys are building one for them themselves.
selves. themselves. So interested has the whole
'town become In the scheme that every
one is helping, Citizens are buying
boards at one dollar apiece and paint painters
ers painters and carpent ers are donating a day's
work.- The plot has been given by
the city. The structure will contain
an auditorium with a seating capacity
of 200, a reading and writing room
and an office, all on familiar lines.
To meet the demands, the national
board, T. W.'C A 600 Lexington ave avenue,
nue, avenue, New Xork city, offers to share
with other Legion posts or communi communities
ties communities a plan for a delightful clubhouse
Pictures are availableExchange.
The Garden Plot.
The range of choice In the location
of a city garden must necessarily b
Bomewhat limits. Good drainage, sun sunshine
shine sunshine and a suitable soil should be kept
In mind in selecting a site for the gar garden.
den. garden. Where fowls and stray stock are
likely to interfere ample protection
must be provided by a good fence a
problem that must be carefully consid considered
ered considered especially In the cultivation of
vacant lots. If the soil Is poor or very
heavy, well rotted stable manure will
help correct these conditions. Com Commercial
mercial Commercial fertilizers may also be used to
furnish plant food where the soil lacks
In the necessary elements.
Material for Stone House.
The stone house is very adaptable
to all those regions where this ma material
terial material can be secured from the excava excavation
tion excavation of the cellar or from some neigh neighboring
boring neighboring road Improvement. Sometime
an old stone wall serves as a source
of supply. Because of the native char character
acter character of this material it will always
be In harmony with the landscape.
A Bad Night.
I worked hard for this money,'
the lone pedestrian.
"So did 1,'V growled the foo pad.
Tve been standing around here for
two hours In the rain waiting for a
boob like ;you to come along. There's
no telling Vhat the missus wiil say to
me when 'she finds out I've got my
feet v.t't." Birmingham Age-Hen Id.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
II., meets on the first and third
thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey. W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
New supply of field and garden
seeds for fall 1921 planting just arriv
ed. Variety larger than ever. Bit Bitting
ting Bitting and PhilHps, druggists and seeds
men, Ocala, Ha. 21rtf
J t "Quality Brand"
S lC 1h I3c Aluminum Ware
i mmX r? s-rx--c-s) T7 Worth from 02.25 to 08.75
i M( v U A a iJiimffi f)W i t no wmm
W. 6QtWatDBoi!er AAsL V
Self Basting Roaster a TT rv, y
f!Tf 4Qt Colonial Sauce Raa V-
1 vM ZHrJ5 y Sale Starts at 9 o'clock. and
I P '' TTm will Close at 7 o'cloeli
" 1 V A Factory Representative will be here to perscnslly
Octagon Coffee PertolAtor f c .VnTHf c... o.nc 6QtCb!on(al Kettle w expldn t0 yoa the wondeM Mty s'e
SzZSZ Set rf WlA&UW& SaUCe PMS of "Quality Brand- CooUng Utensils vhich are
I; (gCfef fe Sr -NVN Guaranteed for 20 years.
' 40tCbvered i 1 ,i ck
Lipped Sace jj j
I 3 '.W mjl lOatDishPan 8 Cup Coffee Perrolator ( r 1
" nj o jjrw -- S. iWMf J No advance and no telephone orders mil be tahn. I
fj' f1" li ? Z' 52JS5 iVo Aluminum will be put aside before or, darizj th 1
I X f 'ff g VlVC J Sale for anyone, and no utendh wiU he delivered m 1
: : 11 8'AQt Water Pali V J 1
jij- v MMk aJjF13 UUk XfCr X and lake odvantaoe ol IMs" opporlnnllylo
4wf 5 ftttea Kettle v' ri secnre MUCH UNDER value ihc
ifj j V illr 9 in 94-in. Fry Pan S ( Brand," Ihc world's best Alunlnum Ware.
I ulilL IItl y W
1- I M.f 3Piece Cutlery Set ( La 0 Q "11 U SL L U iL !l Ojl :
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ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p.m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Don't accept a substitute for Fed Federal
eral Federal bread. Insist on having the best.
It costs no more than the other
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:20 p. m. every sec second
ond second Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit Visiting
ing Visiting sovereigns are always welcome.
IL B. Baxter, C. C-
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
i Let us deliver 3rour grocery order
with your fresh meats each morning.
Main Street Marked Thone 108. 23-tf
Tulula Lodge No. 22, L O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
T. C. Carter, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
This is a Studebaker year.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 288, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's end the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. H.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
Thia is a Studebaker year.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at I'M
o'clock at the castle halL A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
Tom Proctor, C C
Chas. 2L Sasre. E. of E- & S.
There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning jrour fish at tbe City Fish llailut
rhoxie 153. t
. Ocala Chsrf? -meets
at it IT;
and fourth Tr::r- :j
month t f c'. '
OCA LA EVENING STAS, TUESDAY, JULY 2S, 1921
If iri vMlW
Eugene O'Brien in
E LAST BOO
And Educational Comedy
"MAN VS. WOMAN"
A TVIITCTrrhrsT. CHILDREN under 12 10c
CAST ON PUBLIC CHARITY
See for yourself, wha you are getting in
the meat line. Come in, look through our
refrigerators, see our meats, the manner.
in which they are cut and handled. The
more you see of our goods the stronger
your determination to let us serve you.
Our prompt delivery is also a feature
worthy of your consideration.
An? 5? djlh lf?
. While making: his rounds List night,
one of oar local physician found a
two-months-old white girl baby in the
home of -Evelyn Stokes, colored. Eve
lyn is a married woman with a little
child of her own. She said, the little
girl had been left with her to care
for by its mother. The mother is a
girl just arrived here front Tampa
and was accompanied by another girl,
the two claiming to be sistei-s.
The doctor notified the sheriff and
took the baby to the hospital, where
it is needless to say it will be well
cared for. It didn't take the sheriff
J and Deputy Perkins long to find the
girls, and when they found them they
found with them two young Ocala
men, who had, we suppose, taken the
contract to defend the grids against
all men except their immaculate
As the girls said they were seven seventeen,
teen, seventeen, and seemed younger, the sheriff
called Probation Officer Little into
consultation. The girls told their
troubles very frankly, and it seems
from what they said they are more
the victims of ignorance and inex inexperience
perience inexperience than criminals. The baby'3
mother said she intended to care for
it as soon as able. The other girl
said she was married, but was trying
to obtain a divorce. The probation
officer finally turned them over. to the
sheriff, under the charge of immoral immorality.
ity. immorality. They will be safe and well taken
care of in the jail until it can be de decided
cided decided what todo with theun.
COME OUT FROM UNDER
THAT BED, FIDO
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mrs. W. J. Frink and little daugh daughter
ter daughter of Sumica, arrived today for a
visit with Mr. D. E. Mclver.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lawton and son,
William, left today for Daytona
Watch the Star for the opening
chapter of "Spanish Doubloons' in a
Rebuilt Overland four touring car;
good as new; five new tires. Ask for
a demonstration. B. F. Condon, phone
Miss Madge Pedrick leaves this
afternoon on the A. C. L. for about
a week's visit with friends in St. Petersburg.
The friends of Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe
will be sorry to hear that she is quite
sick and wish for her a speedy recovery.
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Rub-My-Tisra kills infection. Adr.
II Torino1 lie vrmr
and Auto Repairing
AUTOGENOUS WELDING CO.
& Orange St.
.... AT w
Every Thursday and
Sunday 5 to 8 p. m.
Bring Your Picnic Supper and
Enjoy the Cool Breezes
For information see or phone
W. L. Carnaicliacl
Boats Open for Charter 1
At All Times
Flower Pots, $4 up; five-foot
Porch Boxes, $6; Cemetery
Curbing, 45c. per foot
Rear 303 North Main St.
NEEDIIAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed .............. .$1.00
Cars Polished ..... .. . .. ... .. .50
Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St.
Throw Away Old Shoes
Let us make them over s.nd you
will get about double wearing out of
them. And they will look as good as
new too, when we have worked them
over. Remember, we guarantee our
work to be satisfactory. We will call
for and deliver your work promptly
if you will phone 143.
OCALA ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP
114 S. Magnolia St. Phone 143
Speaking of fish stories, here is one
that gets the dog, head, tail and fleas.
A gentleman of Lake county (whose
name is withheld because this story
will likely bring up a question in the
minds of the readers as to his sanity),
tells of making an easy catch of black
bass a few days ago. He was engag engaged
ed engaged at the time in hauling fertilizer
from Clermont to a grove on one of
the lakes near there. The fertilizer
was loaded on a long, narrow barge,
towed by a launch. On the route to
the grove there was a canal that had
to be traversed in passing from one
lake to another. As the barge went
through this .canal nineteen black
bass jumped into the barge and were
picked up and put in a large water
bucket which they filled completely.
The gentleman feels that he should
make some explanation of this ex extraordinary
traordinary extraordinary prevarication, so he works
it out by the laws of nature as fol follows!
lows! follows! The barge is loaded very heav
ily. The canal is just a few feet
wider than the barge. The barge sinks
low in the water. The trout see the
barge and want to get out of the way,
As it looks to them there is less barge
up than there is down so they try to
pass over the top of it with the result
that they jump out" of the water into
A very good explanation. Do you
To Oar Portly Friends
J. A. Chandler
Second Floor Thompson Build Building,
ing, Building, Opposite Harrington Hall
W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf
Thursday, July 28 Leesburg in
Thursday, August 4 Leesburg
Thursday,' August 11 Leesburg in
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
T. C. Carter, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
Rub-My-Tiam for Rheumatism.
i. W. DAVIS INSURANCE AGENCY
24-26 Holder Block
E wish to. announce that the Insurance
Office of the ir.te Mr. D. W. Davis will be
conducted in iho future by his son, Mr.Norton
P. Davis, who has been connected with the
Agency for the past ten years.
We thank our present patrons for the bus business
iness business entrusted io u wjth the assurance that
all future business will be given the same ef efficient
ficient efficient and prompt attention as in the past.
Circle No. 1 of the missionary so
ciety of the Methodist church will
meet with Mrs. George Taylor to
morrow, Wednesday afternoon, at 4
Miss Leona DeBardelaben of At
lanta, arrived this afternoon and will
be the guest of her aunt, Mrs. C. L.
A special bargain in a Saxon six
two-passenger speedster, in Al condi
tion. Price, $300. B. F. Condon. 25-4t
Miss Mary Burford will entertain
four tables of cards this evening in
compliment to the "AilClub and a few
"Spanish Doubloons" will begin in
a few days. Watch for the opening
Our field and garden seeds are all
fresh and of the highest obtainable
quality. Bitting & Phillips, Ocala,
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Lloyd, Mr. and
Mrs. Alison Wartmann and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Borland formed a congen
ial party spending Sunday at Day
tona Beach, returning to Ocala yes
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. David
S. Woodrow and Miss Blair Woodrow
will be sorry to learri that they are
making preparations to move to Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, where they expect to make their
WEDNESDAY, JULY 27th
Light and Dark Colored and Flowered Voiles, pretty
designs, values to $1.25 per yard
Fof Wednesday Only, 30;
Colored Beach Cloth, light and dark popular shades,
regular 75c value
Striped Whipcord and Gaberdine Skirting, values to
31.50 yard, to clean up, for Wednesday only
59c yd. :
Any Summer Hat in the house at Hall-Price
Lot of Georgette Waists, all colors, value to $10.50
"to clean up
Full Fashioned Silk Hose in White, Black and Brown
Special at 98c
IS A M. K
THE FASHION CENTER
Boiled ham and chipped dried beef
are just the things for a luncheon
these warm days. Main Street Mar Market,
ket, Market, phone 108. tf
Miss Vanita Vickers of Douglas,
Ga., who has been visiting in Dade
City, will arrive tomorrow to be the
guest of Mrs. R. J. Perkins.
The Woman's Democratic League
asks that a woman be named for con controller.
troller. controller. Most any experienced married
woman is qualified for the job. New
Rub-My-Tism kills infection Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp and
daughters, who for the past two
weeks have been at their cottage at
North Lake Weir, returned home
yesterday. Miss Clarita Doggett
after a pleasant week-end as their
guest, returned to her home in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Miss Nancy Doggett will
remain for a few days longer. ""
Everything in the line of house fur furnishings
nishings furnishings may be found here. New fur furniture
niture furniture exchanged for old if desires.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. 23-lm
Mrs. J. M. Buckner and son, Mar Marshall
shall Marshall of Atlanta, have been visiting
the former's father, Mr. C. W. Mof-
Lfett in North Ocala, for the past few
days. They were accompanied by
Mrs. Emma Kingston and daughter,
fMiss Winnie, of Daytona. The party
leaves today for Daytona and is be being
ing being accompanied by Mr. Moffett, who
will spend several weks at the beach
as the guest of his daughter.
666 cures Bilious Fever. Adv.
Mrs. E. A. Snowden and family
Mrs. J. O. Lloyd, Mr. Albert Framp Framp-ton
ton Framp-ton and Miss Willma Shepard have
returned home from Eastlake, where
they spent last week very pleasantly.
While there they occupied one of Mrs.
H. A. Fausett's cottages.
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalm ers.
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
666 cures Malarial Fever. Adv.
f-f .i Ocala Gun Club members
5 and hunters, protect your
eyes with auto glass, im
$.Sd .o prove your average and
protect your eyes. n. uu
selection for a few days only.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
C. Cecil Bryant
Gary Block. Over 10c Store
Kmttmtffltttttgmmmrttmr mm trust
SEE ME FOR
Everything in the Building line
My Work is Guaranteed
W. A. TINSMAN
"The Stucco Man" Phone 526
Professor W. A. Carlton of Emory
College, spent several days last week
in Ocala, the guest of his sister, Mrs.
H. M. Hampton. Master H. M. Hamp Hampton
ton Hampton Jr. and little Laurie Hampton ac accompanied
companied accompanied their uncle to Arcadia for
Mrs. J. B. Horrell and son, Jack,
after a pleasant visit in Ocala, as the
guests of Mrs. E. A. Osborne and
Mrs. Mamie Hall, returned to Whit Whitney
ney Whitney yesterday.
Meet me at the Union Station
Restaurant for a regular family style
dinner Eest 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.
In today's Times-Union appears a
large picture of Mrs. BeaL Mrs. Beal
before her marriage to Prof. Beal of
Jacksonville, was Miss Catherine
Stnmk, and is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Strunk of Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Mrs, Beal was torn in Ocala
and spent her girlhood here.
Arrival and departure of pasaenge
trains at OCALA UNION STATION
The following schedule figures pab
lished as information and not guar
(Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksnville-NTork 2:10 arr
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:1 pm Jacksonville 3:50pm
2:15 am Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 am N York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:loam 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. K.
Z :27 am Jackaonville-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 am
3:24 pm SLPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7 : 1 0 am Dannellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Danellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosaasa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.
cures Eilio'Sisneaa Ad v.
HIGH GRADE COM-
views, landscapes and home
scenes, taigene A. Revels, over Guar Guarantee
antee Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co., Ocala. tf
This is a StudbaV.r year. tf
PAY YOUR TAXES
Notice is hereby given that all per persons
sons persons in Ocala liable to pay taxes on
personal property must make settle settlement
ment settlement by August first.
C-21-9t Chief of Police.
Anything that tluivca en
'knocking" is pretty sure to bs
for the good of the public.
The degree to which the Ex Exchange
change Exchange Supply Cotnjxmj -.han
been cssisted by knocis3 tco tco-tified
tified tco-tified to its usefulness.
Chru3 growers hsre Ismed
that the fellow who tads loud loudest
est loudest in opposition to the coopera-"
trve idea usually is one who will
lose money by its rcccr3 end
The growers who crc nssnv
bers of the Florida Qtros Ezh
' change believe they ere ccpcJhl2
cot only of maxfating tttdz
crops but of buying materials
end cixpplics at whdaie cr
They have no desire to cut cf
cry legitimate profit and when
these growers hear men knocb knocb-mg"
mg" knocb-mg" the Exchange Supply Com Company
pany Company it is natural for them to
conclude "there's a reason why"
behind the "knock."
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