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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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ASSOCIATED
PRESS
DISPATCHES
LOCAL HEIVS
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WEATHER FORECAST: 'Local thundertaorm tonight or Sunday. No change in temperature.
TEMPERATURES: This morning, 72 degree. This afternoon, S degrees.
VOL. 27
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1921
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OFFER OF HOOVER

iSBEEII ACCEPTED
Will the Russian Authorities, After
Receiving American Help, Keep
Their Word?
(Associated Press)
Riga, July 30. The offer of Her Herbert
bert Herbert Hoover to aid Russia in relieving
suffering due to famine on condition
that all Americans now held prison prisoner
er prisoner in Russia be released, has been ac accepted
cepted accepted by the Russian authorities,
who suggest immediate negotiations
in order to receive immediate assist assistance,
ance, assistance, according to a Moscow news
agency dispatch received here.
ACCEDE TO BOTH
American government representa-
11VC3 lit Alga VUIUIUCI llic liuic Ul i
Kamenoff announcing acceptance of i
American conditions for famine relief
as constituting also an answer. to the
demand made by Secretary Hughes
for the release of American prisoners
in Russia. .. v
HOOVER IS READY'
" Washington, July 30 American re relief
lief relief for starving Russian children
could begin forty-eight hours after
-Americans imprisoned or detainedin
Russia were released and out of Rus Russia,
sia, Russia, Secretary Hoover said today.
There could be no assurance that
Americans had been released until
they were out of Russia, he added.
Confirmation of th3 reported decision
of the soviet authorities to release
Americans had not been received in
any official way today. Mr. Hoover
is still awaiting a detailed reply to his
offer of aid.
JMETHODISTS PURCHASE
FLORIDA HOTEL AS, HOME
FOR RETIRED MINISTERS
" Chicago, July 30. Purchase of a
hotel at Eustis, Fla., as a home for
retired pastors, has been completed
by the Retired Ministers Association
of the Methodist Episcopal church,, it
was learned at Methodist headquar headquarters,
ters, headquarters, 740 Rush streot, today. The ho-
tel is. situated on the highest ridge in
the state on a chain of three lakes and
is surrounded by orange groves. The
district has long been a favorite re resort
sort resort of northern tourists in the winter
season., There are, boating, fishing
and bathing accommodations, and
wild, deer, turkey and other feathered
. game in the vicinity. Prices for rooms
to retired ministers who receive pen pen-sions
sions pen-sions from the church will range from
$4 to $7 per week. Te hotel will be
opened, it is planned, on October 1st,
.. next.
REPRIEVE FOR WANDERER
. Springfield, 10.. July 30. Governor
Small, through his office in the capi capi-tol,
tol, capi-tol, yesterday granted a repriese to
Carl Wanderer until Sept. 30. Wan
derer was sentenced to hang today,
for the murder of "Ragged Stranger,",
an unidentified man killed in a ficti
tious hold-up in which Wanderer shot
and killed his wife and her unborn
babe. Wanderer's eleventh hour res rescue
cue rescue from the gallows came after inter intervention
vention intervention by the American Legion, ask asking
ing asking that an insanity commission again
examine the former army officer.
AGED NEGRO PREACHER DEAD
Augusta, Ga. July 29. Rev. Chas.
T. Walker, pastor of the Tabernacle
Baptist church here for the last forty
years and said to be the greatest ne negro
gro negro preacher of his time, died at his
home here today. He-wab vice presi president
dent president of the National Baptist. Conven Convention
tion Convention of the United States and presi president
dent president of the Georgia. state convention.
50 Latest Books at the Book Shop.

FUICIi mm OWE
IT HIS FATE

Set Free by the Courts, Private Par Par-ties
ties Par-ties May Hare Inflicted on Him
4 Death Sentence
Associated Press)
Tampa, July 30. Chief of Police
Williams and seevral. officers left here
this morning to continue the search
begun late last jiighi of the lakes and
sinks north of the city for the body of
William F. FutcK, Jfagitive from jus justice,
tice, justice, who was killed and thrown into
a sink hole according to information
given over the telephone to a local
newspaper last night by a person who
refused to give his name. Futch is
wanted on a statutory charge.
A NEW MAYFLOWER
WITH PRESIDENT ABOARD
Steamed from Washington Today En
Voyage to Plymouth Rock
(Associated Press)
Washington, July 50. President
Harding is aboard the Mayflower to today
day today en voyage to Plymouth, Mass.,
where he will speak Monday at exer exercises
cises exercises commemorating, the teccenten teccenten-ary
ary teccenten-ary landing of-the Pilgrims.
FRANK'S BIG DOLLAR SALE
The big dollar sate at Frank's open opened
ed opened with a rush .this morning; in fact,
the store had not Jbeen opened when
several customers made their appear appearance
ance appearance on th scene to take advantage of
some of the high class specials adver advertised
tised advertised in yesterday's Star.
Manager Israel son says that his
trade up to this time for the summer
months has exceeded last year's, in
face of the fact that prices were much
higher, which means that the volume
is far ahead of former years. This
condition is especially noticeable when
.reports from other states indicate that
business is on the blink.
Steady and persistent advertising
tells the tale. With dependable goods
and a judicious system of publicity
connected-, with live merchandising
ideas there is little chance of-failure
in any line of business. All these
features have aided Frank's in becom becoming
ing becoming one of the leading central Florida
dry goods stores.
BELLEVIEW GUN CLUB
Following is the score of the regu regular
lar regular shoot at Belleview, Thursday, July
28th:,
Paul Simmons .44 x 50
R. B.. Meffert .....44 x 50
L. S. Lossing ... 42-x 50
Df. E. B. Lytle .41 x 50
E. B. Walling '. .38 x 50
Ed Tucker , ........ .38 x 50
W. P. Preer .....37 x 50
Nalnan Mayo 37 x 50
A. M. DeVaney ............36 x 50
J. R. Preer 38 x 50
G. L. Wilson ...............34 x 50
H. W. Tucker .31 x 50
Joe Davis ..... 31 x 50
F. M. Gale 30 x 50
Special Event.
Dr. E. B. Lytle ; 65 x 75
W. P. Preer .........51 x 75
L. S. Lossing .47 x 50
R. B. Meffert .44 x 50
Nathan Mayo .41 x 50
Ed Tucker ............... x 50
Paul Simmons ...... 23 x 25
A. M. DeVaney JL7 x 25
E. B. Walling 16 x 25
H. W. Tucker 15 x 25
Doubles
R. B. Meffert 21 x 24
Dr. E. B. Lytle 19 x 24
W. P. Preer ...15 x 24
J. R. Preer .n 15 x 24
: Let us exchange your old furniture
for new. We can furnish you every everything
thing everything for your home. Theus Brothers.
Phone 19. 23-lm

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DAVJ1I 111 TRY
TO MIT 001
The Strenuous Office of t Sate Equal EqualizerEdwards
izerEdwards EqualizerEdwards May Succeed Him
as Secretary to the Governor

(Associated Press
Jacksonville, July 30. Marion L.
Dawson, secretary to Governor Har Hardee,
dee, Hardee, is expected to be offered the posi position
tion position of state tax equalizer created by
the last legislature, aaccording to
friends here. Dawson, whose is a res resident
ident resident of Hernando county, served two
terms in the legislature and was Mr.
Hardee's campaign manager in the
primary election last year!
It is believed that Mr. L. B. Ed
wards of Live Oak, will succeed Mrvj
Dawson as secretary to the governor.
DIAMOND DOPE
The Week with the Big League Hit Hitters,
ters, Hitters, Grabbers and Runners
(Associated Press)
Chicago, July 30. The leaders in
the two major leagues for the week
are, Hitters: American, Heilman, De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, .430; National, Hornsby, St.
Louis, .416.
Runs scored: American, Ruth, 101;
National, Frisch, New York, 77.
Stolen bases: American, "Harris,
Washington, 19 j National, Frisch, 28.
CIVIL CONFLICT AGAIN
FEARED IN CHINA
' Vssoclafed Press)
Peking, July 29. Fear of a gener general
al general uprising along the Yangste Kiang
river is felt here as a resut of hostil hostilities
ities hostilities between the provinces of Hunan
and Hupeh, the former unde rcontrol
of the Canton or southern Chinese
government, and the latter under the
Peking or duly constituted Chinese
government.
TIMBER' MEN VVILL
MEET IN TAMPA
(Associated Press)
, Tampa, July 30. The regular quar quarterly
terly quarterly meeting of the Florida Lumber
and Millwork. Association will be held
here August 9-10, according to an an announcement
nouncement announcement by Secretary J. P. Will Williams,
iams, Williams, of Orlando, headquarters of the
organization.
PROTEST AGAINST KILLING
UNCLE SAM'S CHICKENS
(Associated Press!
New York, July 29. A protest
against the wholesale slaughter in
Alaska of the bald eagle, symbol of
American independence was voiced
here by T. Gilbert Pearson, president
of the National Association of Audu Audubon
bon Audubon Societies. He said that according
to the last authentic information he
had from Alaska, the territory had
paid bounties on over 15,000 eagles.
"When I first discovered this law,"
said Mr. Pearson, ,"I at once began a
campaign to try to get the bounty law
repealed on the grounds that' such a
sweeping proivsion should, not be put
into operation without scientific in investigation.
vestigation. investigation. "It is now my contention that the
killing of these birds should be stop stopped
ped stopped until the eagle can have its day
in court. The late Governor Riggs,
however, I am informed, expressed
himself as feeling that the time had
perhaps come when the bounty might
be taken off the eagle, but so far as I
am aware nothing has as yet been
done.
"Some of the contentions are that
the eagles kill 'son gbirds,' full grown
deer, and are very destructive to fish.
The good Lord certain made enough
fish so that the emblem of our nation national
al national independence might have one occasionally.'

Be S

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RIVER TRAFFIC

VILL RETURN HAVE COME EAST
It is Even Possible that. Some Day Made a Regular Jesse James Holdup
Freight Boats Will Again be j on the Pennsylvania Near Pitts Pitts-Running
Running Pitts-Running on the Oklawaha j burg Early this Morning

Chicago, -July 30. A resumption of
river traffic along America's chief
river highway, the- Mississippi, was
forecast here last.veek with the ar arrival
rival arrival at New Orleans of a shipment
equal to 75 carloads of freight, one of
the carloads containing books. -;
The trip, which was made partly by
rail out of Chicago to the Mississippi
river consumed 12 days and inquiry
has revealed that this" is only the ordi ordinary
nary ordinary time that it has taken numerous
similar cargoes to be carried over the
1250 miles-
Rivermen point out it is almost
certain that the Chicago drainage
canal which will connect Lake Michi Michigan
gan Michigan with the Mississippi by a canal
sufficient to accomodate the largest
barge now operating on inland wa waters,
ters, waters, will be completed within five
years. They call attention to the large
amount of freight now going south
by water and freely state that the
agitation that has brought the great greater
er greater waterways movement to the fore,
has awakened the public to the possi possibilities
bilities possibilities of watef shipment.
F. H. Maloney, cf the Mississippi
Warrier Barge Line said: ""More and
more people are shipping by water
and it is only a question of a short
time when the" river trade, more up to
date, and with all of the old time
faults eliminated, will be flourishing
to a far greater ertent than in the
days when huge shipments by rail railroad
road railroad were unknown."
WORLD'S GREATEST RELIGIONS
WORKING TO PREVENT WAR
(Associated Press)
Honolulu, T. H., July 29. That
Christianity and Buddhism, working
together, can ward off war was the
declaration made here recently by Rt.
Rev. S. Arai, abbot xf Sojiji, head
monastery of tlie Z-ivj &eev-or Budd.
hists in Japan, who is visiting the isl islands.
ands. islands. Abbot Arai said:
"Buddhism, like Christianity, is a
universal religion. T.'icse two are most
powerful agencies voiking for inter international
national international peace."
Pink salmon in tall tins 14c, flat
tiny 10c, sardines in oil 5c. at HAR HAR-GRAVES,
GRAVES, HAR-GRAVES, 807 S. Lime St. 27-tf
Several exceptional bargains in
rugs and art squares XL sold at once.
Theus Brothers. Phone 19. -23-lm
IF YOU'RE
SEARCHING
for Expert Vulcanizing,
: throw your Headlight
on oar shop. We are
Experts at this business
and our work is
GUARANTEED
BLALOCK BROS.
VULCANIZING
Ocala House Block
(AUGUST 1st;

ALL WILD VESTEHS

(Associated Press) -Pittsburg,
July 30. Four bandits
boarded the Pennsylvania railroad's
Manhattan Limited at Cassandra, 90
mileseast of Pittsburg, at 2:45 this
morning- and after wounding A. J.
Lantz, a mail clerk, rifled the mail
car and escaped. The robbers boarded
the train when it stopped st drop the
helper engine. The robbery occurred
between t Gallitzen and Cassandra
while the train was in motion. 1
Two of the robbers climbed over the
tender into the cab of the engine and
ordered the engineer to stop. This
the engineer did and at the same time
a number of shorts were heard from
the mail car, which was next to the
engine. Two robbers forced seven
mail clerks to throw up their hands.
The robbers shot Lantz through both
legs when he told them there was no
valuable mail on board. They grab grabbed
bed grabbed a bag of registered mail and
escaped.
BAREHANDED BUSHNELLERS
Captured a Wildcat in the Woods of
Sumter County
, (Associated PresM
Bushnell, July SO. A husky wild wildcat
cat wildcat which weighed 25 pounds, was
captured several days ago by Dr. J. T.
Clark and W. Jfc Fussell, of this city,
who tackled the animal with" their
bare hands and succeeded in subduing
it only after Fussell had been t 'retch 'retched
ed 'retched severely. Dr. Clark escaped with without
out without injury.
Dr. Clark and .Russell were "driving
to the Bethel sawmill near here when
they saw the cat in t. palmetto clump.
They were searching for clubs with
the intention of killing it when one
suggested that they take it alive. The
cat fled with the men after it and ev ev-rr
rr ev-rr t-QuId flop to rest they
would close in. TKe clia'seTtinued
for about three miles when' the. men
managed to corner the animal. Fus
sell grabbed the cat about the neck
and with the assistance of Clark its
feet were tied. The prize is now in
a strong cage here.
PICAYUNISH BUSINESS
MAN IN PENSACOLA
(Associates Press)
Pensacola, July 20 Children who
play "store" by planing an empty
box on a street corner and stocking it
with half a dozen bottles of soda pop
and perhaps two -or three boxes of
crackers have aroucsed the ire "of one
Pensacola merchant. Several boys
opened up for business with a bacon
box in the vicinity of Gadsden street
and Nineteenth avenue one day last
week and hadn't sold more than a
couple of bottles of soda before a mer merchant
chant merchant in the neighborhood had com complained
plained complained to the police, claiming the
boys had no license and should not be
permitted to retail goo!ls. These im impromptu
promptu impromptu stores have appeared else elsewhere
where elsewhere in Pensacola since the city was
founded but the merchants always
have laughed at the kids because they
know the ventures Trill last only until
the novelty of the tuing wears off.
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.
Henry Gordon,
6-21-9t Chief of Police.
100 of the Old Favorites in Victor
records, not obtainable for three years
now at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t

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RANKS REFUSED
; TO BE BROKE!)
Philadelphia and Boston Institutions
- Firmly Withstand tg Raid on
Their Finances

(Associated Press)
Philadelphia, July 30. The North-
wetsern Trust Company today weath weathered
ered weathered the run that began yesterday. A
false rumor of the trust company's
condition started a line of timid de depositors
positors depositors yesterday and caused many
to withdraw their funds today. When
the bank opened this morning there
wa sone million dollars in cash on
hand to pay aU demands. During the
run a counter movement started and
many business men and others came
to the bank to show their confidence
by increasing thei. deposits.
BEANTOWN BANK HAD PLENTY
OF BONES
Boston, July 30. Several hundred
persons, influenced by malicious pro propaganda,
paganda, propaganda, the police said, were in line
to withdraw their deposits from the
Boston Five Cents. Savings Bank
when the doors opened today, con continuing
tinuing continuing the run which began in mild
form yesterday. Bank officials said
they were not disturbed by the pros prospect
pect prospect of a run as there was two million
dollars in cash in the vaults and over
$22,000,000 in securities which could
be converted into cash immediately.
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WEATHER NEXT WEEK
, (Associated Press)
Washington, July 30. Generally
fair weather "and normal tempera temperatures
tures temperatures but with scattared thundershow thundershow-ers
ers thundershow-ers is the forecast for Florida the
week beginning Sunday.
MAY HAVE BEEN MURDER
The remains of a colored man were
found in the Oklawaha river yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon ear Sunday Bluff. Jus Justice
tice Justice Jeff coat, accompanied by Deputy
Sheriff Perkins went out to Eureka
this morning to investigate the mat--ter
ho'v c-oems to have been in
the water "for a wetr'i-rnore. The
lower half is either cut or gTud off.
There is a suspicion that the man wao-i
murdered at some place far up the
river and his body floated down," forty
miles or more.
MR. BRYAN WONT BE
3IIAMIS MANAGER
(Associated Press
Miami, July 30. Reports have been
current in the north and east that the
city commissioners cf Miami in their
search for a city manager had tender tendered
ed tendered the position to William Jennings
Bryan, one Newspaper in New York
having telegraphed for confirmation
of a rumor that Mr Bryan had been
offered a salary of $10,000 a year if
he would aaccept. Several commis commissioners
sioners commissioners state that Mr. Bryan has NOT
been considered for the place so far
as they know.
LOOK!
Overland "90." Good tires, paint
and upholstering. A bargain for quick
sale. Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co. tf
OXFORD BARBECUE AUGUST 4
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
ernoon, as well as other attractions.
Come. I. P. Rainey,
wky Manager.
Victor Records' for August now
on sale at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
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TwO. AUTO THIEVES
' RITIIE TOILS

Ran, Over and Severely Injured Man
t Daytona. and wens Run Dawn
'by Volusia County SheriJ
( Assoc! s.teiPr8)
DeLand, July 30. Two men giving
the names of J. M. Lee and J. G.
Flynn, of Lakeland, charged with run running
ning running down and severely injuring W.
K. Tavell, of Daytona, yesterday
with an automobile, were arrested in
Eustis late yesterday by Sheriff Mor Morris,
ris, Morris, of Volusia county. The men had
a touring car and. a sedan but con condoned
doned condoned the touring ar after the acci
dent and fled in the sedan. The sidan
bore a license number issued to Louis
J. Isenbardt, of Lakeland, and the
touring car carried a license number
issued to a Miami resident. The police
believe both cars were stolen.
CHEWING THE RAW
FOR TWENTY HOURS
(Associated Press)
Chicago, July 30. Twenty hours of
argument which started Friday con continued
tinued continued today in the baseball trial, a
half-day special session being held
this morning in order to expedite the
case, which has now entered in final
phase.
Fraternal Orders
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marlon-Dunn Lodsre No. 19. F. & A.
M.t meets on the first and third
fhursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey. W. 21.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 23, O. E. SL
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
' Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. 11.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
hi! ery Monday evening at 7:23
o'clock "alike castle hall. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
w. tfrsnea, c a
inas. a sage, &.oiu.aa,,
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Qcr la
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. zn.
H. S. Wesson, n. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
ODD FELLOWS
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
nsiting brothers.
F. W. Ditto, N. G.
Frank G. ChurchilL Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 283, B. P. O. H
Ocala Lodge No. .286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of-"E!kB, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Trailer's md the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF TIES WOSLD
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,
H. B. Baxter, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.
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published Kvery Day Except Snaday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
OCA LA, FLORIDA"

II. II. Carroll, Praildent
I. V. ItaTfoRood, Secretary-Treaaurer
J. n. Ilrnjamln, Editor .
Enteral at Ocala. Fla., postof See as
fccond-clasa matter.

TKI.EPIIOXKS
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diepatfhes herein are also reserved.

Congress makes a new declaration of
war. Bronseia Times-Democrat.
The trouble with you. Brother
Farmer, ii that your mind is like a
wagon without a fifth wheel. As long
as the road i3 straight, your wagon
can follow; as soon as it comes to a

tarn, your wagon has to go into the
woods. It isn't worth our while to

follow you into the woods. If you
really think like you write, you, are
dreadfully ignorant not only of the
history of the last few years, hut of
the history of America and all other
nations. Let's talk about the weather.

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There will be a "big flme in Daytona
the last three days of next week. Read
the descriptive article from the Day Daytona
tona Daytona News elsewhere.

Hamp Dowling says Gov. Hardee

"blatantly claims to be a constitution

al governor." Now, alt of us who

know Cary Hardee know he isn't "bla
tant" about anything.

Says the Miami Herald: "Governor

Hardee has removed, for cause, the
sheriff of Duval county. Just for a
bet we wager that the next senate

will not restore that particular official
to office as was done so frequently by

the last session."

Hughes is the first secretary of

state of the Harding administration;

Bryan was the first of the Wilson re

gime. Hughes talks thru his whiskers
and Bryan talked thru his hatr. Bryan
fell off the bandwagon and well bet

Hughes sticks. ',

- A fellow never realizes how long an
evening at home can be until he gets

to be a summer widower. Leesburg

Commercial. ; ;.. .

- Gilbert i trying to make Mrs.

Leach believe he stays at home of eve
nings when she is c.bsent.

OCALA ROTES IN ORLANDO

SOME MORE ABOUT THE

"SQUIRMING SQUADRON

Some people want to know what are
we going to do with Russia' if she

doesnt comply with America's re

quest? It will be punishmenTjo5

for any; nation on this jzSC&e for the
United States jrASerica to refuse
to have anyCaing to do with itr
-'Harry Brown of the Lakejand Tele-
gram has written a classic editorial
on the sort of reading us old folks
doted on when we were toys and girls.
Dime novels entered into it, but it was
full of red blood and "clean as a
hound's tooth." -There was lots of
love and fighting in old ten-centers,
but you couldn't find even, a hint of
immoral thought in a toirof it. How
different from now!

A few days ago, an Associated

Press dispatch from Tallahassee, gave
the itinerary of the so-called "flying
squadron" (which name the Star
thinks if ha improved by calling it
the "squirming squadron"), an' ex ex-cresehce
cresehce ex-cresehce which our incompetent school
authorities have saddled on the tax taxpayers,
payers, taxpayers, ostensibly to examine teach teachers,
ers, teachers, but really to furnish jobs for

favorites of the school administration.

The Palatka News took up this itiner

ary and showed what a ridiculous and
expensive thing it was, the "flying

squadron", crossing and criss-crossing

the state three or four times instead
of making one comprehensive tour

around it, as sensible people would do.
The Star copied the News' article, giv giving
ing giving credit therefor. Then the Times-

Union picked it up and copied the

gist of it, crediting it to the Star, and
adding some remarks of its own. We
have" no doubt the T.-U. will give the

News its deserved credit, and in the

meantime its own comment is well

worth reproducing. It says:

We had no idea that any such reck

less extravagance as this was prac

ticed anywhere in the world and it

comes as a shock to see that it is pro

posed by the educational department
of Florida. If the itinerary of the ex

amining board was last year any

thing like that which the Star states

for this the legislature should not

have reimbursed the members for the

expenses so wantonly incurred. In

fact, it should not have reimbursed

them under any conditions for all of

ficials- should -be-required at all times

to keep within the appropriations
made for, them. If Appropriations are

exceeded and the next legislature pro provides
vides provides for the excess the state's pocket pocket-book
book pocket-book is taken from the legislature and
placed in the hands of the officials who
spend the money.
"If the Star is correct in the itin itinerary
erary itinerary it announces the board will
spend at -least three times as much
money as is necessary. The people of
Florida, are not able to keep up the
public schools as they should be kept
up and not able to pay the teachers
as much s they should pay them.
Think" of this waste in the face of such
onrtAirtAne! .' 1

""But wbfttl. ine use of discussing

tbis-hitter? The mere publication of
the itinerary is sufficient and if it
were, published generally throughout
the" state nobody would dare to carry
out the plans proposed."

(Orlando Sentinel)
The spirit of Rotary echoed from
the chamber of commerce building
last night when the Orlando Rotary
Club had as their guests some thirty
visiting Ocala Rotarian3 and their
wives at a sumptuous banquet and
dance. The diners filled the spacious
hall of the chamber of commerce and
the spirit of eood-fellowshiD over

flowed into the streets as Pavson

Branch's orchestra sounded the re

frain of Rotary songs. Speech mak

ing was only on thj program in one
or two-minute doses but the musical

numbers, with happy laughter, flowed

like sparkling Burgundy to create a
perfect evening.

President IS. K. Guernsey, acting as

toastmaster and song leader, introduc introduced
ed introduced President Harry Borland, of the
Ocala Rotary Club and genial Ben

Rheinauer for short addresses to start
things off with a. bang. They were

followed by the Rev. J. Dean Adcock,
who related a negro dialect story that

awoke his fellow Rotarians to the

realization that their genial comrade
of the cloth always had a new- one to
spring. -To vary the program of spe special
cial special features Tom Segeberg was call called
ed called upon for a number of old favorite

songs. He- was encored to he echo..
Arriving, on account of the heavy
rain, just in time for the ball game,
the visitors were taken to the park
to witness the triumph of the Tigers
over the Smokers. They sat in a spe special
cial special reserved section and made the
welkin ring with their songs and root rooting.
ing. rooting. After, the game the vistors en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed a motorcade about the city
which wound up at the chamber of
commerce where the banquet awaited
them.
;;In the, party from Ocala were:
Louis H. Chazal, President and Mrs.
Harry Borland, Mr. and -Mrs. 'C. E.
Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Rush Todd,
son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Philip
ip Philip Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Ott,
Mr. Ben Rheinauer, Mr. David Wood Wood-row,
row, Wood-row, Mr. and Mrs. Alison Wartmann,
Mr. Arthur Davies? Mr? Jake Gerig,
Mr. Albert Gerig, Dr. J. E. Chace, Dr.
Hugh Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Milby
Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Carl" Rose, Mr.
Fred Hocker.

ED. AND SHORTY
ARE ROLLING ON

Ed Carmichael and Shorty Keefe,
in their bungalow on wheels, are
drawing nearer to" the sunset every
day. The first of the week we had a
hard from them at Quebec, La, tell telling
ing telling what a fine, thickly-settled coun country
try country they were passing thru. Friday
we received a copy of the Monroe,
La., News-Star, from which we clip
the following:
"C. (Ed.) Carmichael owner of a
Florida summer, winter and health re re-sore,
sore, re-sore, passed through Monroe yester yesterday
day yesterday on his way to Arizona in a 'palace
on wheels.' The car, which is elegant elegantly
ly elegantly fitted up with all that money could
buy, was driven by Shorty Keefe. The
car is a Reo speed wagon. The car
contains ice chest, kitchen cabinet,
kitchenette, two oil stoves, two clothes
lockers, beds, rockers, chairs, station stationary
ary stationary washstand and six lockers for va various
rious various other things. The furniture in includes
cludes includes one willow rocker, one willow
straight chair and three folding

chairs, lounging chair, and two fold folding
ing folding card tables. The house on wheels
has eight windows and two doors, all
screened, and furnished -with curtains
and draneries." s

Leaving Aug. 10th to

a post graduate

& prvir to von lin to that

ime.

DR. K.J. WEI HE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

Whisky spy in New York tasted the
stuff hea had mopped up from a bar barroom
room barroom floor with a sponge, and carried
away in an ink-well ; indicating the
type of men ,,who are lured into the
pleasant business" of "getting evi evidence
dence evidence Times-Union.
Shucks, man; that is nothing com compared
pared compared to what a doctor or, a .trained
nurse will often do, trying to save the

life of "some worthless human. And.

whisky Tias done more than any other
agency' toward making humans worth worthless
less worthless and nasty.

The Ocala Star contends that we
are not at peace with Germany. What

it means is 'that we are yet to make

a treaty with the central powers. The?
two have not connection, and we can't
possibly be at war with a nation with
which we have declared peace until

M1CKIE SAYS

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CANS -CT NJOCsOtt TAVAW WEAtXtMa

, UVA UEAO QOT

enum'Sock acAoa -cue

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n

Mr. Trammell brought up the sub subject
ject subject of pellagra in the Senate, Friday,
and during the discussion read the
two following telegrams:
"I know of no financial distress in
any section of this state. On the con contrary,
trary, contrary, Florida with her variety of re resources
sources resources and strong financial condition
is ; at present experiencing an era of
prosperity.? . ? ;
- "Cary A Hardee, Governor."
"Pellagra in Florida shows decided
decrease. Statistics of : deaths from
1917: 1917, 218; 1918, 184; 1919, 113;
1920, 111; first six months in 1921, 46
deaths. "Raymond C. Turck,
- "State Health Officer."

VJ J,

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Bring us your
WELDING
and Auto Repairing
. Satisfaction Guaranteed
AUTOGENOUS WELDING CO.
Ocklawaha Ave.
& Orange St.

New supply of field and garden
seeds for fall 1921 planting just arriv arrived.
ed. arrived. Variety larger than ever. Bit

ting and Phillips, druggists and seeds- 1 Come.

men, ucaia, fla. zi-tr

it

ORGANIZATION

is the spirit of modern times.
The organized endeavor of the
vmen behind this bank the ex- -perier.ee,
knowledge and vision
or"6ur"offlcers and directors
makes a connection here 'all
the more desirable.
Avail yourself of our organiza organization
tion organization by becoming a member of
our' family of depositors. : J

Munroe & Chambliss Natwnal :BanIi

FORT McCOY PICNIC

The members of Ocala Lodge No

19, K. of P., received at their lastl

meeting the following invitation:
Fort McCoy, July 22.
Ocala Lodge No. 19,- K. of P.,
C. K.Sage,! K. R. S Ocala, Fla.:
Dear Brothers: You are cordially
invited to attend our annual barbecue
and fish fry to be held at Fort McCoy
on Friday, August 12th. Hoping you
can accept and all be here on the
above date, as we are preparing to
give you a royal time and hoping to
receive a favorable reply, we are,
Yours fraternally,
- Fort King Lodge No. 123,
W. L. Cowart, K. R. S.

OXFORD BARBECUE AUGUST 4

The annual barbecue and basket pic-

hnic at Oxford will be held on Thurs

day, 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.

I. P. Rainey,

lwky Manager.

BASEBALL SCHEDULE

in

Thursday, August 4 Leesburg

Ocala. '''"'.
Thursday, August 11 Leesburg in
Leesburg.

This Is a Studebaker year.

tf

EAT AT THE MAXINE

Best meals fn the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket tat $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street v 27-tf

"Victor Records", tot August now
on sale at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t

i

(

Cash and Carry Meat Mcriet
Located in the CRESCENT GROCERY CO.'t Store
ii i mm i y
We handle stall fed Beef, the very best Veal and.
Pork. Pay for your meat and not for your
neigebor's who does not pay for his.

We ask you for your patponage and
Thank You in advance.
Cash and Carry Meat Marliet

One Marion county farmer has .500
acres in corn showing four to eight
ears to the stalk. What a wonderful

yield of gallons to the acre there!

Tampa Tribune.
-His corn will be measured by the

bushel and not by the gallon. No far farmer
mer farmer in Marion county, nor, probably,

els'ewhere, who has sense enough to
run a 500-acre farm, has "anything to
do with moonshine.

The. Jacksonville Metropolis, in

speaking' 6 the coming National
Guard" encanrpment at Camp John Johnston,
ston, Johnston, referstgttthe disposition of em employers
ployers employers to "discourage their employes
from joining the ard. -That policy
was followed In Ocala until it nearly

wiped', Company A out fof existence.
We hope our business men have been
taught a lesson by the "great war.
Some New York undertakers have
been putting in an item for pay for
the "firing squad" when conducting a
soldier's .funeral and authorities find
that it "is plain and ugly graft. The
men -detailed to pay this last tribute
to a deceased soldier are not uSually
paid for their services. Times-Union.
A-'reatsoldier would be insulted by
an offertojjay him for such a duty.-
" V -

;jin-uiese xiays wnen tnere is so
much-. '.complaint about hospitals, it
should be- refreshing ; io ;1 Ocalans to
remember they nave one which lacks
nothing: but size to be equal to the
best. A number of our ex-soldier
boys have been" treated there, and
nothing but praise for the institution
has ever been heard from them.

CAMILLA KENYON
The .talented author of "Spanish
Doubloons" says of herself:
"I was born in San Francisco with
a family background of the early
days. Ill health kept me from school
much of the time and threw me on
my books as my only resource. Ap Apparently
parently Apparently I lacked all feminist pro proclivities,
clivities, proclivities, for I scorned girls' books
and instead, reveled in tales of ad adventure.
venture. adventure. ;
"For sea stories, particularly with
a buccaneering flavor, I had and have
an abiding love. Perhaps this is be because
cause because I was brought up on a tale

whether truth or legend I am not

clear- of an ancestor, a soldier of
fortune, who when business was
slack, eked out a living as a freeboot freebooter,
er, freebooter, though of course after the
fashion of a-perfect gentleman. I
sometimes think that the soul of the
old adventurer may have ensconced

itself by mistake in my earthly

frame."

" This paper will carry "Spanish

Doubloons as a serial. It is a charra charra-ing
ing charra-ing tale of adventure' and romance
in which the principal characters are
women, and contains rare humor.

1

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

17 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of, other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday

only.

tf

Phone 377.

1L B.
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WHTTTINGTON.

AUTO REPAIRING
Acetylene Welding
Generators Renewed
Cylinders Rebored.
Brakes Refined
All work done by experts
- and every job guaranteed
Geo. J Williams
.Phone 597

Our Specialty Is

buildiruS

. ff M

IdSho

THE
U S. NOBBY TREAD
.i
Wher tba going is specially heary
with snow, mad or sand, in hilly
country whar maximum traction on
tha road is a factor, no other tire tread
yet devised is quite so effective, or so
wholly approved by motoring opin opinion,
ion, opinion, as the U. S. Nobby Tread.
Its very simplicity three rows of
diagonal knobs, gripping the road road-is
is road-is the result of all the years of U. S.
Rubber experience with every type
of road tha world over.

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4 j

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MAZ0N & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerigs
Drug Store

SUMMER READING AT THE
BOOK SHOP S00 titles. V 3t

TOP and talk to the next man

you see with U. S. Tires on

his car. Ask him why.
Most likely youll hear an inter interesting
esting interesting story about his tire experi experiments"
ments" experiments" before the answer was
found. Money wasted. Promises
unkept. Trouble on the road hu humorous
morous humorous to every one except the
man who went through it.
Finally u: S. Tires. And U. a
Tires ever since.
Perhaps it's the experience of U. S.
Tire buyers that makes them more em emphatic
phatic emphatic in their preference than ever this
yar-
When these men '. have ; tried most

discon- J'-fin yZsT- W

everything by the way of staggering

bargains hurrah discounts",

tinued lines at less" and so forth they
know what not to get.
They vant a fresh, live tire. With a
good reputation. That's everything it says
it is."" With" the people behind it who
-.'..., j r -
back it up.
e
There are 92 U. S. Factory Branches.
Your local U. S Dealer is drawing
upon them continually to keep his stocks
sized up, complete-to gi ve you service.
Whenever he gets one or a hundred
tires from a U.S. Factory Branch, they
are newly made this season's tires.
Sold to you at a net price. Full values.
Square-doling. A reputable maker. A
reputable dealer. The whole transaction
as befits the leadership of the oTJc-st and
large 'rubber organization Li.th; world.

iitoo mnj ftitk to omxt tnma

we with V. S. Tif in Jus tt.

United States Tires
are Good Tires
U. S. USCO TREAD
U.S. CHAIN TREAD
U.S. NOBBY TREAD
U.S. ROYAL CORD
U. S. RED & GREY TUBES

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Pasteur & Johnson, Anthony, Fla.
Robert A, Swain, Anthony, Fla. .1
Nelson & Company, Belleview, Fla. -3
Ramey & Company, Citra, Fla.
Gatrell Osteen Company, Fairfield.

Arlo Box Company, Oak, Fla.
Auto Sales Compacy, Ocala, Fla.
K urn back S err ice Station, Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Gas Engine Works, Ocala, Fla.
Tucker & Simmons, Ocala, Fla.

Reading's Garage, Reddick, Fla.
R. D. Douglas, WVir&dale, Fla.
Weirsdale Garaze, Wfirsdale, Fla.
Dunnellon Supply Co, Dunnel-'on, I 'la.
W. W. Yonue, OkLawaha, Fla.



CCALA EVENING StAfe, J3ATURDAY, JULY S3, 1921

v.

A
4

J. H. SPENCER

W. R. PEDRICK

Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.

All
Buicks
Equipped
with
Cord
Tires

Memories

Buick Agency

All Buicks
Equipped
, with
Alemite
filing
System

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

ITS EASY TO FIND

FRIENDS FOR A BABY

Mr. 1.

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Buick
Accessories

"VESTA" Battery Ser Service
vice Service Station
EIGHTEEN MONTHS
GUARANTEE

GABRIEL Snubber
Service Station
FOR ALL MAKES OF
AUTOMOBILES

GOODYEAR and U. S. TIRES and TUBES
GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE

FULLY EQUIPPED GARAGE, EMPLOYING ONLY EFFICIENT
MECHANICS, ASSURING PROMPT SERVICE AT ALL TIMES

Snenccr-Pedrick Motor Co.

OCA LA,

PHONE 8

FLORIDA

Pre&bjteriaa
YRev. W. F. Creson, PastOT)

9:45 a. m. Sunday school

A. Russell, superintendent superintendent-7
7 superintendent-7 p. m. Christian Endeavor.

Grace Episcopal
John J. Neighbour, Rector

Tenth Sunday after Trinity :
TzSd-jL.'m Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday schooL
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser-

mon. sunject, tour ran ana

AH cordially invited.
'K-pV'V Baptist
Rer; C. L. Collins, D. D., Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday schooL

11 a. m. Sermon, "Committing

One's Life to God."

-7 p. m. Special meeting of the

2 j joint young people'3 societies of Ocala

at the Temple theater.

8 n. m. Sermon. "Some 'If s' of the

Bible."

This will be the pastor's last Sun

day before his vacation.
''.."
. Methodist
C. W. White, Pastor

9:45 a. m. Sunday schooL L. W

Duval, superintendent.

11 a. m Preaching.
7 p. m. U.nion service of

people's societies.

8 p. m. Preaching.
Christian Science Services
. Room 5, Merchant's Block

11 o'clock Sundays.
Wednesday evening meeting

o'clock.

young

Editor Star: If some one wishes to

furnish the cloth for garments for the

girl baby at the hospital, and hasnt
time to sew them, I will gladly sew

them, if the articles are brought to
my house- Mrs. Mary GiUen.

No. 1 West Fifth street.

I THE OCALA NATIONAL

m,-mr-mr --'- JL M.-JL M. M. Jk-JL V jl m. ml m.

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SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

IT pounds of sugar for one dollar,
nth a dollar's worth of other. gnw gnw-ries
ries gnw-ries for cash, Saturday and Monday
rly. Phone 877.
wky-tf H. B. WHITTTNGTON.
100 of the Old Favorites in Victor

records not obtainable for three years

now at THE BOOK SHOP." 3t

tive,

This bank has been in existence for ten years. Its policy is conserva-

but at the same time it is in full accord with modern ideas.

Therefore, the condition of the institution has always be:n sound and its

growth satisfactory.
The Officers will be glad to talk over Banking relation
time, and pledge themselves to serve yoot interest faithfully
your business to this strong institution:

ith you at any
.en you entrust

MEBIBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF ATLANTA

-
REPORT OF COUNTY FINANCES, MARION COUNTY,
PERIOD ENDING MARCH 31ST, 1921

FOR THE

The following report of the receipts and disbursements of the fund of
MARION COUNTY for the period ending March 31. 1921. -with the balances and
amount of warrants outstanding and a statement -of the assets and liabilities,
and the value of county property, other than school, of the said Marlon county,
as reported on the 31st day of March. 1921, by the Board of County Commis Commissioners
sioners Commissioners and the Cleric of the Circuit Court is hereby published under the pro provisions
visions provisions of Chapter 8813 Acts of 1915, of the Laws of Florida.
ERNEST AMOS, Comptroller.

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HOME CARE FOR

DEPENDENT CHILDREN

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Oeala

Florida

PROGRAMME
OF
FIFTH SUNDAY MEETING
WITH
OCALA BAPTIST CHURCH
July 29th, 30th and 31st, 1921

Conditions occasioning the removal
of children from their homes and
measures by which family care may
be preserved are discussed jn a report
entitled "Children Deprived of Pa Parental
rental Parental Care," recenUy issued by the
United States department of labor
through the children's bureau. This
report presents the experiences of 513

children taken tinder care by Delaware
agencies and institutions during a
two-eyar period. At least half these

children had both parents living, and

only three per -cent were full orphans,
In one case out of every five, delin

quency on the part of parents or

guardians was the cause of the child's

removal. Inability of parents or
guardians longer to care for the child

occasioned the removal of almost one

fourth. Delinquency on the part of
the child was given as the immediate

cause for .somewhat more than two-

fifths of the removal.

For" 10 per cent of the children

studied it appears that the develop developmental
mental developmental advantages of normal home
life might have been preserved had
financial assistance in the home been

available. Nowhere in the state, at
the time of the survey, was suitable

care to be had for subnormal children,
who constituted 11 Der cent of the

group. A beginning toward such pro

vision has subsequently been made,

Only 17 per cent of the children were
placed in private famiiles, the other 83

per. cent being placed in institutions

This circumstance is especially sur surprising
prising surprising inasmuch as home-finding
agencies of other states have placed

large numbers of dependent children

in Delaware,

Such measures as a state probation

system, mothers' pensions and plac

ing out and boarding out under proper

supervision, are recommended in the
report as means for correcting in part

the social wastage originating in

child neerlect. Delaware has begun a

carefully considered forward move

ment since the ( inquiry was made.

Fundamental improvement can come

only in the slow but sure development

of standards of family life based

nnon wise educational, economic and

civic policies.

Depository toalance October 1st. 1920....
Outstanding warrants October 1st. 1920
Net deficit October 1st. 1920

Receipts for Six Memtkai

'From tax collector, taxes t

From tar collector, licenses
From comptroller, redemptions
From comptroller, railroad tax
From bank. Interest .
From various filing fees
Making deficit

DUbarwaKBti for Six Moathst

' Salary of clerk of the circuit court as county auditor
and clerk to county commissioners
Per diem and mileage of yotnmlss4oners

rlea of Otker Officers ua Eataleyeesi

"""Supervisor of registration

County physician t

Repairs to Coast y UalldlsKs:

jourt nouse

Excesses f Cty BtldisK

Janitors and other attenq&nU
Light, fuel and, water i
Insurance ..

Care Ce-aaty Poori

Allowance made to .paupers outside of poor houses
and paid toy warrants

Crser's laaaestsi

Tees of officers, jurors and witnesses

Imsamfty Isqslrlest

Fees of officers and camonitteas

Statfaaery aad Frtatlafft

General stationery, blanks, etc
Record books '........"
'Advertising required by law and paid for tor county

CosBsalsstoas Paid to uiaeerts

Tax 'assessor r
fTax collector . .
Postage
Sheriff, general court work
Expenses of election
Hospital account
iWiidows' pension
Contingencies .

$ 3.068.0S
29.110.S9
26.042.54

9.836.18
1.437.S0
983.67
1,187.70
229.74.

15.16

812.20
217.60
190.00
250.00
219.24

625.50
304.88
54.00

1.577.00
25.85
81.95
202.47
58.30
547.86
1.000.00
1.492.74
131.21
267.74
763.25
125.00
1,426.00
1,366.21

13,689.95
12,352.59

Best
Meats
and
Groceries

'.4' -w: w-e
1

Cook's
Market and
Grocery

The best meat is necessary fcr

and strength ice handle nsze hzt the
best. The same may be said of Groceries,
and in this line we carry none but the
highest class obtainable. Upon these
' facts, with oar prompt deUsery service
we solidte your trade. Try us
TELEPHONE 243

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Dipping vat construction

S.064.73

!avln'ff deficit . -."

rjr Warrants No. 10127 $2.00. 10492. 35.00 canceiiea..
Dr! Warrant No. 11032, $3.00. cancelled.

7.00
3.00

14,803.83
27,156.42
10.00

Net deficit March 31st. 121 ...........
Warrants outstanding 'March 31st. 1921.

.Depository balance March 31st.. 1921
FIXE AND FORFEITURE FUND

Depository 'balance October 1st. 1920....

Outstanding warrants octoDer isi.

Net .balance October 1st. 1920

Receipts for Six Stoat!'

From tax collector, taxes and licenses
' From comptroller, redemptions
From sheriff, fines
From various witness fees

1.924.34
109.18
4.230.69
11.90

27,146.42
28.896.99
1.750.57
4,838.73
406.44
4,450.28

6.176.11

Making balance

DlNbursements for Six Most sat

"".COST OF CRIMINAL. PROSECUTIONS:
Sheriff and deputies, cost bills In criminal cases....
Constalbles. "cost bills In criminal cases......
Clerk of the circuit court, cost bills in criminal cases
County judge, cost Mils 4n crtolnal cases....
Justice of the peace, cost bills in criminal cases
'County prosecuting attorney, conviction fees
Witness tees A'JJiA
Sheriff's commission on fines, etc. colieetea
Feeding prisoners M
Transportation paid for and disc-barge money paid
. to county convicts worked on road ..... . . .
Pay of jurors in criminal cases, county and justice
peace courts
alary of judgeBof juvenile court
Salary of probation officers
Contingencies . . ...-..

10.726.39

1,328.73
101.17
15.91
159.19
43.79
1,010.00
369.06
252.63
973.70
31.00
28.00
' 25.00
250.00
117.13

4,705.31

TIet balance March 31st, 192V....
Warrants outstanding IMarch. 31st.

1921.

Depository balance

ROAD FISD

Depository balance October 1st.
sw. tannine- warrants October 1st. 1920

Outstanding warrants October

Ket deficit October 1st, 1920

Receipts for" Six Stoat! :

From tax coUector. taxes i727i6

nmtCA J TsC1nirUL14JxlB

iTom compirwwtsi. cuy- 24 000 00
mn commissioners,-loan ,'wr?-r

From various, refund
From O. H. Rogers, miscellaneous

55.40

3.00

6.021.08
423.75
6.444.83
4,716.45
47.292.65
42.576.20

45,060.29

ANTHONY, TEN;

WiLDWOOD, TWO

FRIDAY, 8 P. M Devotional Exercises, led by Rev. R. F.
Rogers, Moderator of Marion Association.
Organization.
Sermon, Dr: C. M. Brittain, Assistant
v Secretary, State Board of Missions.
SATURDAYi 10 A M. Devotional Service, led by Rev. G.
W. Brant.
Discussion, "Reasons Why All Our
Churches Should Support the $75,000,000
Campaign" W. T. Gary, A.J. Stephens,
Rev. W. L. Hardester and others.
SATURDAY, 20 P. M Devotional Exercises, led by Rev.
" J. C. Boatwright.
- Business Session
Discussion, "Weak Spots In Our Church
' Life;"
. (a) "Trunk Baptists," Rev. D. E. Blalock'
(b) "Inadequate Support of The Wit Witness,"
ness," Witness," R. L. Turner.
(c) "Lack of General Interest in the
Auxiliary Organizations of the
Churches," Mrs. T. N. Strange and
H. G. Shealy.

-Sunday School. W.T. Gary, Supt.

-Preaching by the Pastor of the Ocala

Anthony, July 30. Anthony took

the "big end of a ten to two score at

Wildwood Thursday. The game was

fast and clean and marred by few er-

, rors. Brown for Anthony pitched air

tight ball, allowing but three hits. He

I also got the longest hit of the game,

a three-bagger, in the sixth. Batter-

lies: Wildwood, Fussell and King; An

thony, Brown and Ergle. Umpire,

! Connell.

Making balance r
Disbarsemests tor Six Mott
fvsertmt" 4 STti
salaries of road suVerinlend'ents and overseers.
laid to county coniniasioners for road inspection..

. mm Malatemssee, Rss as ni

WW ......

2,484.09

'" Cost of material

cost and repairs...

1,047.00
38.00
1.475.59

17.057.14

ITOOIS ana inucum (. .a c
for free labor, other tban guard.. 19'22H!

260.00

2.065.04
138.92
-3,182.73

231.96

Feeding and care of convicts on roads
Dynamite and fuses
Gasoline and oil
. s t mm nW mW ."1 CTOiUX .

Fami anu xcikxi -.

Bridge tenders and ferrymen
Distribution of cot toy districts. iii.'
First district. I6.8J9.76; second district. 110.623.96,
IThirir dTstrtot. $10,847.64; fourth distr let. J9.645.96;
fifth district. $8,574.68. J19
Oontingenciea

46.572.00

ANNUAL W. O. W. PICNIC

.AT FELLOWSHIP

Dr.

The W.. O. W. Association of Mar

ion and adioininsr counties will hold

.rtiiii' : : : : : : : : : : : :

Depository balance

2.000.00
4.75
.02

44.087.91

2,004.77

STATE AID ROAD FUND

. n;j 1 1 l Octaber 1BL. iiv.

its annual picnic on rnoay, augusv nr, October 1st. 1920.

The New York convention is over

and all Woodmen are anxious to hear

the results. It is the intention of the

association to have every delegate

from the Florida jurisdiction that at

tended the New -York convention pres

ent to make addresses on that occas

Ket balance r

Reeelpt. fo Sf M.ti ",r v,

From county comimiaioners, expenses

Making' balance

DlbrWets fr Six Mtai

RepaiFs Vp Dixie hlgliway
Net balance March 31st, 1921 . -Warrants
outstanding ..'

ion.

The association

has secured the

Depository .balance
vE7 rs HAAD DISTRICT SO. X TXSWO

j services of the Ocala band to add toD6pository balance October 1st, 19 20
! n ; v -i -c-Xa-b I ont ctaninir warrants October 1st, 19Z0

I invited. See paper for program later.

H. L. Shearer,.
C. K. Sage,
W. W. Stripling,
Program Committee.

SUNDAY, 9:45 A.M. A.M.-"
" A.M.-" 11 A. M.-

HIGH GRADE COMMERCIAL
PHOTOGRAPHY

Farm views, landscapes and home

scenes. Eugene A. Revels, over Guar

antee Clothing & Shoe Co.

Ocala. tf

Net balance October 1st, 1920...

j ReeJss fo Six Mtkt

Frbm comptroller, redemptions

Making balance

IlsreBieats fr te tx

sKory baiaehn..

Depository baalnce October 1st. 1920..........

Outstanding iwarranis wiwci

Net balance October 1st, 1920

Reelss fr Six Mtt

From comptroller, redemption .....

a o
COLUMBIA' UlECCDHpS j
59 CENTS ' I

Special
Price Until
August 4th

Your choice of Popular
Song and Dance and Sac Sacred
red Sacred Music Come in and
make your selections while
the special price is on
and the stock almost complete.

Too Ptf any
Records
On Hand

B. GOLDMAN FURNITUEE STORE
"Why Pay More"
Corner Fort King and Magnolia
DOLLAR HOUSE BROOMS FOR FIFTY CENTS

Sunburned Noti
Ue plenty of cooling

Heals jently, quickly and antieptlcal!y

(Vaicv OfJ: i)ti?f 'HTi?' slf

wr our i ituuniu vS ij.

-. f t-tit T Tr T 5 1

L I EWIS QGAK MHi. tU, ft-

Largest Independent Cigar Factory in the World.

THE WINDSOE HO

ilLi

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front T
Every modern convenience la each room. DMng room lervic la
second to none
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. KAVANAUGH
Ma&arer. -Prpde4ar.

Cost of material
Tools and machinery
raid to free labor
Feeding and care of convicts
Payment on roads built by contract ....
Xet balance March 21st, 1921
-Warrants outstanding March 31st, 1921

.0
HZ
942.CS
279.46

1.SU.S2

Depository balance Slarch Slat, 1921...
AGmCVlSTVRA.lt WVXO
Donnaitni-r Kaiajir. October 1st. 1920 ...............

Oujtandins warrants October 1st, 192

Net balance October 1st, 1920...:

Receipts for Sia Mti

From tax collector, taxes ....

ilaking balance

DUbsrsesients fr Six aiostssi

County demonstrator

Depository balance March 31st, 1921
OUTSTANDING WDBBTEDXESS rXTSB

Tirw.ftrvrv liJtlance October 1st, 1920 ....

Outstanding .warrants October 1st, 1820.

"Net deficit-October 1st, 1920

I Receipts f o" Six Mti

From tax collector, taxes
From comptroller, redemption ......

4.438.77
431.27

174.17
61.02
NON3
: 66.62
1,231.62
1,349.64
746.13
691.61
1.C04.46
10.C00.09

42.083.14
44,625.69
2.742.55
1,657.46
149.50
1,507.96
3,230.65
4.738.61
3,981.9
756.67
98.75
855.42

89.08
KOXE
89.08
, 6.59
94.67
NONE
- 94.67
83.46
44.19
, 29.27
1.389.86
1.429.15

Making deficit -

lMabsrsesM-ats Is Six l! 2 000 00

To retire validated roaa warraiu 2228 99
To retire interest coupons

Leaving deficit -. ........
Warrants outstanding: March 31st,

1921.

Depository balance March 31 st, 1921 .... ' "J...,,
00D, IXTERBST J6D SIAKISO WTXV

TuMitnrv Kalajvce October 1st. 1920

Outstanding warrants October 1st, 1920.

Net balance October 1st, 1920 ...

Reeetpts for Six Xeati

From tax collector, taxe ...............
From comptroller, redemptions

14.912.25
. 102.76

Making: balance

Diikamnt tr ix yiomimmi

Depository balance March 3 1st. 1S21 ...........
ASSETS A5D tlAB IOTECS
'---.; .. ASSETS, ':
Balance cash in depositories, all fund

Uncollected taxes, curreni sear .. ........

Total available assets

Warrants outstanding ior carreni eii"

Interest on bond; aue ana ..........

29JT4.24
221.65.23
$S5.t-6.41

Total Valvk or 'cvvtt' rrJ

Court house
Jail .. -i :"
Other property of county

Total

...fl9.00?.3
' $3,003 4 ri

o
o
"-
lift

l, m

66.23
llt.14

4.939.64

4.065.S9

4.238J9

8,204.41
10.GCO.00
1.6S5.EI

lSJIS.ei

15.C15 CI
16,015.01

1,720. S9
E'i.633.23

Advertise In The Sic

. Church, Dr. CL. Collins:

Making balance
Dtoszeet for six 9fati
Xtoad ovmeer

f As
95.00
This Is a'Studebakenr yr.



OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1S21

II H It!

I Jib

rrnnTTTT A nTiTniTft

Willi

TODAY

PQTT

Louise Haffin

-77 THAT

OMEN

ANT

9

5 Comedy

"KNIGHT and KNIGHTIES

99

AMI!

fkJkU CHILDREN under 12 10c

XFlym ADULTS

20c

QOALA QCCURREHGES

If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.

Miss Carita Camp is spending a
week in Fernandina, the guest of her
aunt, MrsF. E. Fitch.

Miss Catherine Henry left yester yesterday
day yesterday for Oklahoma, where she will
spend the month of August.

Everything in the line of house fur furnishings
nishings furnishings may be found here. New fur furniture
niture furniture exchanged for old if desires.

STheus Brothers. Phpne 19. 23-lm

Misses Sara and Jess Dehon are ex ex-petced
petced ex-petced home tomorrow from Tampa,
where they have been visiting relatives.

LIFE

FIRE

A. E. GERIG
.INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida

ACCIDFNT

AUTOMOBILK.

Let us deliver your grocery order
with your Iresh meats each morning.
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 28-tf

Tablets "Envelopes
-, Stationery
Boxes 25c to $1.25
White and Tints
G. C. GREENE
Opp. Marion Hardware
, Phone 435
Inks Pencils

, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Blair expect
to leave in their car Sunday on a va vacation
cation vacation to Miami and other points
south.

judicious use of printer's ink and nisTJUr, 1CCII7

some have eased up for the summer
months Mack goes right on selling
Dodge Brothers motor vehicles. He
received a carload yesterday of the
very latest model3 and he is proudly
demonstrating them today to his pro

spective customers.

ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, t'OUND. FOB
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

'There's no extra charge for clean-;
ing your fish at the City Fish Market, j
Phcr.e 158. tf :

DRESSMAKING Men's shirts a spe specialty.
cialty. specialty. Mrs. Darling and Mrs.
Woods. Phone 1S2. ,..30-tf
FOR SALE For quick acceptance,
five shares Southern Motors, $315.

The cases of the two girls arrested j Box 375' H"ston, Texas. 29-3t
here for immorality some days ago j FOr RENT Furnished house, all
were up in juvenile court yesterday; modern conveniences-. Apply to C.
afternoon. Both declared they were;, y. Roberts, 213 W. Broadway or
over eighteen years old, altho they : phone 305. 29-6t
looked, younerer. and there being no! :

evidence to the contrary, the court 'FOR RENT Comfortably furnished

had no choice but to discharge them.; five-room apartment. Private en en-The
The en-The real 'name of th3 girl calling her-' trance. Apply C. C. Bryant, 805

Tuscawilla .St.

The lowest average grocery costs
are to be found at HARGRAVES'
Cash and Carry Store, 807 Socth Lime
street. 27-tf

self Flossie O'Brien, the mother of
the baby in the hospital, is Alma
Hunt; she is originally from Missouri.
The other girl, who called himself
Mary. O'Brien, is llna Haagen, and

is from Dade City. Both girls have! COTTAGE FOR

returned to Tampa. j

29-tf

FOR SALE Quantity of steel pul pulleys
leys pulleys and shafting; several cone pul pulleys.
leys. pulleys. Apply at Sta office. 29-3t

Mr., and Mrs. J. B Brantly after a
pleasant visit with Mrs. Tobe Brown
have returned to their home in Jack Jacksonville.

Miss Ruth Ervin arrived home yes yesterday
terday yesterday .from St. Petersburg, where
for the past two weeks she has been
visiting her mother.

SUMMER READING AT THE
BOOK SHOP 800 titles.- 3t

1 ?'

IPUT

YOUtt IfflTClEM 1

0

1 on a eme rase

Bay your table supplies as a man buys Ids merchandise Bay
. the bestat the lowest possible price cash is the
' factor that makes genuine saving possible

Make Your Grocery Money Go Farther. Y
These Prices Cut the Cost of Living. j
They are Regular Prices No Special.-fj

. They give you an idea of what you can save here

50 Latest Books at the Book Shop.

The Knights of Pythias at the" reg regular
ular regular meeting Monday, August 1st, will
confer the rank of page. All local
Knights arc urged to tome and visit visiting
ing visiting Knights cordially invited.

Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Pedrick return returned
ed returned to Ocala yesterday and after Mon Monday
day Monday they will be at home to friends at
their apartments at Mrs. R. T. Weav Weaver's
er's Weaver's residence..

14c. buys a tall can of Van Camp's
evaporated milk, 7c. buys the baby
s'ize, at HARGRAVES Cash and CarVy
Grocery, 807 S. Lime St. 27-tf

National Biscuit Company's

and Crackers, all 10c.
packages...'...;......
All 20c. packages -two
for -.
No, 1. Corned Beef Libbey's
per. tin. .
-
One pound net tins Corned
Beef Hash, per tin. .....

Kirtgan's Pork and Beans, large tins.

Think of it, a meal ra a
can . .V.
35c tins Calumet Baking
Powder, per tin a ....
35c. tins Rumford Baking
. Powder, per tin ......,

Cakes

6'2C

25c
17c
17c

Among the Star's welcome callers

today was Mr. TvB. Griggs of Lynne,
who reports his section in a flourish

ing condition and eerybody optimistic
as to the coming crops.

This U a Studebatr year.
Unclassified ads. gets results.

RENT First door

north of express office. W. S. Bui
lock. 28-tf

tf

Miss Alice Bullock, who has been ill

for several days", w&3 able to come

down town today and pay her friends

at the Star office, a brief call.

Mr. P. P. Hill brought in a big

truckload of wood 4.his morning. He
has to go ten miles out in the country

for it, and if it wasn't for the truck a
trip a day would be all he could make.

Chief Engineer Brown of the state
road "department and several other
distinguished men interested in that
work are expected here next week.

W. K. Lane, M. D., physician and

urgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose andj

throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store,
Ocala, Fla. tf

HUDSON SUPER SIX For sale. In
good mechanical condition. Auto Autogenous
genous Autogenous Welding Co. 28-3t

FARM BARGAIN Would you be in

teresiec in a real iarm of over

three hundred acres, all stocked and

ready to go: un hard road six

miles from Ocala. Good, substan

tiai residence, barns and other
buildings. Under good new wire
fence and plenty of cross fences.

Price $17,500. Terms: $7500 cash,
easy payments Jon balance. This is
a real snap for anyone wanting a
location for medium size stock

farm. Address "Farm Bargain,1
care Star, Ocala, Fla. 27-t

C. Cecil Bryant

PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT

Gary Block, Over 10c Store
, PHONE 332X p

The one cent sale at Gerig's Drug
Store has proved a real winner.
Plenty of printer's ink will do the
stunt, and no one has more thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly demonstrated faith in it than the
Rexall people, whose complete lines
are handled by the Gerig store.-

10c

25c
30 c
16c

Sugar cured picnic hams 28 cents a
pound while they- last at Whitting Whitting-ton's.
ton's. Whitting-ton's. J 28-2t
Miss Susannah Dodge and Miss
Denietria Fleischal of Jacksonville,

are expected in Ocala Tuesday. Miss

Dodge will be the guest of Miss Lou Lou-reen
reen Lou-reen Spencer. Miss Fleischal will go
on to Tidewater, where she will be
the guest of Miss Schwartz.

20c. tins Rumford Baking
Powder, per tin. ........

No. 21-2 tins Hunt's Calif or- n
nia Peaches; per tin O O C

No, 3 tins, Griffith & Skelley
Asparagus, 50c yalue, tin
No.; ;2 tins Hillsdale Sliced
Pineapple, per tin
Campbell's Famous Soup, any
kind, per tin .... . .
Tetley's Tea, small
packages. . .. . ......
Tetley's. Tea, 10c
packages.

25c
28 c
lie
4c
8c

Come in Get the Habit You will soon feel at home
and. like the rest. of our SATISFIED CUS-
SOMERS You mil be delighted. :

Cash and Carry
One East and One West Gf Ciiy Square

THE SELF SERVE STORES $

COLUMBIA : EECOHD!

y 59 CENTS '

Our fresh meats as well as our gro groceries
ceries groceries are the best in the land. Prompt
delivery anywhere in the city. Main
Street Market. Phone 108. 28-tf

Rev. J. J. Neighbor will spend the
month of August at his Lake Weir
home, and during his vacation there
will be no services a.' Grace Episcopal
church. Rev. Neighbor wishes the
Star to state, however, that in case
lis services are needed at any time,
he will be glad to respond to. any call.

The Presbyterian auxiliary circles
will meet. Monday afternoon as fol follows:
lows: follows: Circle No. 2, Mrs. W. W. Lon London,
don, London, chairman, will meet with Mrs.
Harry Borland; circle No. 3, Mrs. G.
S. Scott, chairman, will meet with
Mrs. W. B. Thom at 215 Watula street.

"Victor Records" for August now
on sale at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t

Mrs. M. F. Johnson entertained last
evening at her home about twenty of
the younger set at cards, in honor of
her niece. Miss Frances Schramme of
Kentucky, who is her guest. The eve evening
ning evening passed quickly and pleasantly in
the fascinating game of "five hun hundred.."
dred.." hundred.." A salad course,, ice cream and
cake were served by the hostess at
the conclusion of the game.

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

Special
Price Until
August 4th

-Your choke of Popular
.Song and Dance and Sac Sacred
red Sacred Music Come in and
make your selections while
the special price is on
and the stock almost com complete.
plete. complete. v.-. ....

Too Many
'-Records
On Hand

B. G01DMAN FURPnitlRE STORE ;
"Why Pay More" J
Corner Fort King and Magnolia J
DOLLAR HOUSE BROOItIS FOR FIFTY CENTS

Class No. 12, of tb.2 M. E. Sunday
school, enjoyed a hike yesterday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, going on the Dunnellon road
as far as the Triangle Farm. A bus business
iness business meeting was held, after which a
lunch was served, pimic style. Rose
Allen Gray being o the July birth birthday
day birthday roll, was honor guest." The class
will give another of 'their musicals
next week to which all are invited.
There were ten in thfc" party yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The afternoon was fine and all
enjoyed the outinsr to the fullest ex-tent.

Some folks say business isn't, what
it should be, but it is a noticeable fact
that the business house that puts
plenty of pep into its publicity is the
one that reaps the golden sheckels.
Mr. Mack Taylor of the Auto Sales
Company is a staunch believer in the

sua

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

ber, now giving over two gallons;

one llolstein neuer, Z years

old, first calf; one graded Jersey
heifer, will be fresh in August; one
extra fine Jersey male 2V4 years

. old. Let me know your wants for
a cow and I can quickly tell you
whether I can supply you or not.
AbnePooser, Box 347, Ocala. 26-tf
WANTED To buy for cash, mercan mercantile
tile mercantile business. Explain all in first
letter. P. O. Box 265. 25-6t

DELIGHTFUL DAYS IN DAYTON A

Joy Will be Uneonfined Last Three

Days of Next Week

We Lost Your
Goodwill
If our service station burned
down we'd get the insurance.
If burglars stole our cash, wo
could borrow scype.
But if we lost that part of our
business called GOOD WILL,
we coulcT get it back again only
'through months, or possibly
years, of the hardest kind of
work. i
That's why, we say GOOD
WILL is the most valuable thing
' we own.
Our promptness and thorough thorough--
- thorough-- ness will show you, if you come
in, how much we value your
GOOD WILL.
OCALA STORAGE BATTERY CO.
MACK TAYLOR
Phone 348 OCALA, f I A.

FOR PJ:NT Two large unfurnished
rooms; lights, both and porch. Ap Apply
ply Apply 301 Alvarez St., R. H. Cunning Cunningham.
ham. Cunningham. 25-6t

GUAVA3 Fine Lake Griffin guavas
for ;ale in crate lots. Suitable for
jellies. Price $1.50 crate f. o. b.
Leesburg. Order NOW to be sure
you got them. F. E. Wetherbee,
Agent, Leesbt.rg, Fla. 7-l-tf

FOR SALE Iron water tank, In
gooJ order, COO gallon capacity,
with 40. or 50 feet of pipe. Apply to
Star office or write tto box 404,
Ocala.

FOR RENT Large store room be between
tween between Masters and Bitting & Phil Phillips
lips Phillips drug store, west of courthouse,
v on Magnolia street. Apply Guaran Guarantee
tee Guarantee Clothing & Shoe Co. 20-tf

(Daytona Daily News) v
Next Thursday, Friday and Satur

day, August 4, 5 and 6, the lid will
not only be tipped in Daytona, but

taken off and thrown into the Halifax,

for the gigantic street carnival for
the benefit of the Daytona baseball

club. -

Final arrangements for the huge

tffair which will, it is expected, at attract
tract attract hundreds of fans for at least a

hundred miles about the Triple Cities,
were completed at -a meeting of the
committees Tuesday evening at Ca

sino Burgoyne. The chairmen of the
committees assured the fans attend attending
ing attending the meeting that "everything will
be in ship-shape for the big affair

next week.

Th street carnival will open on

Thursday aftemono with a parade of
fans through the main streets of the
city, headed by the band, the objective
point being City Island, where the
Tampa Smokers and Daytona Island Islanders,
ers, Islanders, acknowledged t be the two best
teams in the Florida State League,
will engage in mortal combat.

With Tampa fighting valiantly for
the lead over Orlando, and with Day Daytona
tona Daytona determined to cl;mb out of the
second division, as pretty a series as
has been witnessed here this year will
be the result.
After the game the real show will
open on South Beach street,, with
booths arranged in front of the Ca Casino
sino Casino Burgoyne, and with all sorts of
merry-making stunts to be pulled.
No one will go home after the game
because the committee is going to
serve a short dinner at the Casino
such as will warm the hearts of the
fans, and loosen their jeans for the
big time all evening.
Street dancing, to the tune of the
Daytona band, will be enjoyed on the
smooth pavement in front of the
Casino; booths, conducted by various
civic organizations of the Tirple Ci Cities,
ties, Cities, will dispense everything that one
would desire, vaudeville shows will en

tertain many, while not the least in

teresting point will be the country
store.
.The x:onstruction of the booths will
be commenced within a few days, so
that all will be in readiness for the
opening next Thursday. All articles
for us and sale during the carnival
will be donated by v fans and their
friends, so, that the entire amount
taken in during the three days will go
to the Daytona Baseball Association,
assuring support for the classiest
team in the league. -.
The affair will continue until Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night, each evening's program
being varied, to suit the tastes of
everyone.
It's the one opportunity for home
folks to lend support to the team, and
at the same time mix with a live crowd
and enjoy the fun.
It's an opportunity for visitors to
enjoy themselves to the utmost.
. Bathing is at its best, the old At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic stretches is arms in' welcome
to inland folks to come and make it
a real three days of joy. The sky will
be the limit. "Let's go!"

1 1 Jo If

IP AP'

Fire

: Insurance

I
. Ocala, Florida j
I

Special Invitation
To Our Portly Friends v
Comfort for
Conservative Dressers

J. A. Chandler
Second Floor Thompson Build Building,
ing, Building, Opposite Harrington Hall

AA ia m7 phone number, and
tO aH kinds of HAULING
(whether light or heavy, short or long
distance) is my business. Household
moving and baggage my specialties.
L. E. Cordicy. 15-tf

WANTED 50-acre truck farm, fruit fruited,,
ed,, fruited,, on good road, close to station;
v price must be right; give complete
description. Mr. Storerfc Box 235,
Atlanta, Ga. 21-10t

SASH

DOOR

Geo. Hay & Co.

Ocala. Fla.
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

Tbi tradoaaifc, iUapJ b i

oo the emm, Idantmoa um

Tfaraadod Rubber

dry

TO)

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nrtTTl IrtiifriLilt-ti iir-w 1 1 1

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.

Boat Excursion
AX m
SILVER SPRINGS
Every Thursday andj
S nday 5 to 8 p. m.
Fare, $Vl
Plus 8c War Tax
Bring Your Picnic Supper and
Enjoy the Cool Breezes
ot Silver River
For information see or pbone
W. L Carmichacl
, Silver Springs
Boats Oocn for Charter
At All Times

MORE EQUIPMENT AND
MEN NEEDED TO FIGHT
ILLICIT WHISKY TRAFFIC

Tampa, July 28. Federal prohibit
tion enforcement officers must take to
the air and water and have their
forces greatly augmented if the illicit
whisky traffic in this state is to be
broken up, according to Oscar Hil Hil-burn,
burn, Hil-burn, federal prohibition enforcement
officer for Florida, who retires August
1st in favor of A. L. Allen, recently
appointed under the republican ad administration.
ministration. administration.
Mr. Hilbum says the department
should have two airplanes, five fast
boats and 40 additional officers. Mr.
Hilburn pointed out that his force now
consists of only ten men and added
that enforcment of the. law under
present conditions is a "joke."
Though there have been been a nam nam-ben
ben nam-ben of arrests and convictions during
his administration, he says, compar comparatively
atively comparatively little progress has been made
toward ending the traffic. In point pointing
ing pointing out the handicaps of his office,
Mr. Hilburn said, the whisky runner
frequently not only knows the ideenti ideenti-ty
ty ideenti-ty of the federal officers but is con conversant
versant conversant with their whereabouts.- Hun Hundreds
dreds Hundreds of miles of the Florida coast
are unprotected, he says, and the wily
bootlegger, resorts to varied and in ingenious
genious ingenious means to ply his trade. Some
conceal their wares by submerging
them in gunny sacks close to the
shore and carefully marking the spot.
Others maintain caches on infrequent infrequent-ed
ed infrequent-ed keys. Frequently, according to Mr.
Hilburn, one of their number remains
to stand guard over the treasure, not
so much because of their fear of offi officers
cers officers but as a precaution against ma marauding
rauding marauding elements of the contraband
trade.

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

You are going to buy at HAR HARGRAVES'
GRAVES' HARGRAVES' Cash and Carry Store be because
cause because there youH save money. 807 S.
Lime St. 27-tf

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

17 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Hondaj
only. Phone 877."
wky-tf IL B. VVIUTTINGTON.

Our field and garden seeds are all
fresh and of the highest obtainable
quality. Bitting & Phillips, Ocala,
Fla. 21-tf

NEEDHM1 MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
and Storage
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed $1.00
Cars Polished 0
Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St.
Phone 252
SEE hlE FOR
Everything in the Building line
- My Work is Guaranteed
W. A. TtNSMAN

"The Stucco Man'

Phone 525

mum

Throw Away Old Shoes

t

Let us make them over and you
will get about double wearing out of
Lhem. 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 SCOP
114 S. Magnolia St. Phone 143

MOTKERJAVE IT
Virginia UZj Satfcre J Wiiii Acta
ani Vsdzs Until Mother Ea
, Civias Her Cardd.

Dctlia. Vs. Miss Mary Allc
Hcgnett residing on Rout 2, near
acre, neatly told a visitor ef her
interesting experisncs with CarduL
Sliss Huhett said: "I had been suf suf-ferirs
ferirs suf-ferirs for some time with painful ...
I was pale, didn't feel like going.
7culJ Just dra arourd, and couldn't
rest to do any poodv 1 would suffer
oace a mcnt i wjChry back, sides
and had. My llnb8 vould at Le sal
I diJn't know what to do. but I knew
I must do Boraethin. for I didn't get
well br letting it rjv. on.
"ISy raot';er Is a Llicver in CarduV
for she raw what It did for others as -well
a3 hcrscir, eo she began giving
It to me.
"it wasn't t lens be fare I saw a
change. it was just T.cat I needed,
it regulated rne. I Lezan to eat ftiii
sleep, and tLe pain ttopied.
"Cardai is witfco'it doubt the bt
female tonic mada, and I ara g!cd I
san recomnrmd it to others."
If suffering with symptoms such as
Miss Ilugliett mention-, or other ali aliments
ments aliments peculiar to women, why not be begin
gin begin Cardri at once? Its merit is well
established by successful use for mors
than 41) years.
try Cardnl!
Your druggist sells It. 1TO-1M

RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published S3 information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrlvs
2:20 am Jackville-NTfork 2:10 am"

i:oopm jacKsonvnue pa
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm

;:ioam lampa-
Manaiee-St Petr3brg 4:C5pm

- - t, a

i r A fr.. t

x .uj pin Aamj.a-ct. x eirsurg -;ua j.iu
ATLANTIC COAST LINE E. R. 1
Leave Arriv
2:27 am Jackson ville-NTork 2:S3sa
1:45pm Jksonvine-Gainsville 3:21 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansmlie 10:13 pea
2:23 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
S:24pm St-Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Danrsellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pn
3:33 pm Homosassa 1:25 pra
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 urs
4:45 prj Ga'uesville 11:0 an

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