This morning, 68.
This afternoon, 80.
Unsettled weather with local rain
v tonight or Thursday.,
OGALA. FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY, MAY IS, 1021
REQUEST OF THE
ARMY AIID STATE
ARE AT OUTS
FOR THE TRIP
TAKE ffl A
RA R AD
THE FRENCH PRESS
Premier Lloyd George 'Insists that He
has Been Misquoted Re-'
America, Says Our Secretary of State,
Can't Butt Into the Upper
Washington, May 18. Poland's re request
quest request for American support in settle settlement
ment settlement of the disposition of upper Si Silesia,
lesia, Silesia, has evoked a forrrfal answer
from Secretary Hughes that Ameri American
can American representatives abroad would take
no part in discussions concerning the
About 700 prohibition enforcement
officers in various farts of the coun country
try country have been temporarily laid off for
lack of funds to fay their salaries,
it was announced ai prohibition en enforcement
forcement enforcement headquarters here today.
The negTo population of South Ca Carolina
rolina Carolina is S64.719, the census bureau
announces.' This is an increase of
lf ner cent for ten years. The whites
numbered 818,538.. an increase of 20.5
HARRY MUST TALK
Harry Wineberger, of New York,
counsel for Bergdoll, was ordered be
fore the bar of the House of Repre
sentatives today for contempat after
refusing to testify before the House
investigating committee regarding
fees paid him by Bergdoll's mother.
Wineberger represented. Bergdoll in
the court martial.
CHIEF JUSTICE WHITE
A VERY SICK MAN
Is Exp.lcf.rd to Pass; Away at
Washington, May 18. hief Jus Justice
tice Justice White of the United States su supreme
preme supreme court, whose condition became
operation tt which he submitted last
Friday, continued at the point
death early today with attending
physicians expecting the end at any
At 10 o'clock the doctors said- Jus Justice
tice Justice White had 'not rallied and his re recovery
covery recovery was not expected.
OLD LADY BERGDOLL
MUST CASH UP
Philadelphia, May 18. Mrs. Emma
C. Bergdoll was sentenced in the fed
era! district court to one year and one
day in the Atlanta penitentiary for
conspiracy to aid her sons, Grover C.
Bergdoll and Erwin R. Bergdoll to
desert the United States army, and
was fined a total of $7000., Judge
Dickinson in imposing sentence an announced
nounced announced the -prison sentence would be
remitted if the fine is paid within the
present term of court ending the sec second
ond second Monday in June.
The same conditional sentence was
imposed on Charles 'A. Braun, Mrs.
Bergdoll's eldest son, who changed
his name because of the notoriety
caused by Grover's escapades, and on
James E. Romig, a friend of the fam family.
ily. family. Albert S. Mitchell, an automobile
salesman, and Henry S. Schuh, indict indicted
ed indicted for aiding Erwin R. Bergdoll to
desert the army, were each sentenced
to six months and $10.00 fine, in the
Mercer county jail, at Trenton, N. J
Their sentences also will be remitted
if the fines are paid before the second
Monday in June.
Phone 435. G.
Oak School House, May 20.
"The Last Loaf
FOR WE SCHOOL FUND ADMISSION 35c & 50c
Over the Arrest of a Soldier Who wu
Implicated in Killing of a Citizen
a Few Weeks Ago
Jacksonville, May 18. Krisjau
Breadvad, former sergeant at Carl Carl-strom
strom Carl-strom field and a member of the detail
commanded by Lieut. B. G. Tooher,
who shot and killed Fred Pitt, a prominent-
resident of Punta Gorda last
month, after Pitt is said to have fired
upon the soldiers who were searching
for a deserter, was arrested here to
day as he was about to board a vessel
for New York. Breadvad was
cently discharged from the army.
The army opposed the efforts of
the DeSoto county authorities to gain
possession of Tooher and the enlisted
men of his party after a coroner's
jury had chargd Tooher with mur
der and the enlisted men 'gift acces
sories. Governor Hardee has in
structed the Duval authorities to hold
the man, while it is understood an of officer
ficer officer from Carlstrom field is en route
here to demand his release. The au
thorities say the case will result is a
clash between the state and army.
PINELLAS WILL PAY ITS
TEACHERS GOOD SALARIES
Clearwater, May 18. As a result
of the action of the county board of
public instruction in deciding to pay
school teachers salaries on the same
basis next year as now prevails, the
teachers in Pinellas county will re-
ceive more for their services instead
of suffering decrease. Salaries here
are based on the length of experience
and the length of time spent in the
county. On this basis no salaries will
be decreased, while nearly all will be
increased. The commercial, domestic
science and .manual training depart
ments of the Clearwater schools will
be maintained, and many of the pres present
ent present teachers in the high schools here
of iwm range irom ?iuu to iptbii ior a
-Ti t : il. 1 i T
Ifi in ui nine iiiuuius, miu in uic
grades the instructors will receive
from $85" to $125 for a term of eight
COCOA TO HAVE A NEW HOTEL
Cocoa,. May 18. A site has been'
selected for the proposed new hotel
herei the cost of which will be ap approximately
proximately approximately half a million dollars. R.
W. Power & Company of Washing,
are financing the project. Work will
begin in the fall, according to the
OBREGON IS TURNING
THE RADICALS OUT
Mexico City, May, 18. Frank Sea Seaman,
man, Seaman, alleged Jto be an American agi
tator, another American, whose name
was not announced, and two Spaniards
weer ordered expelled from Mexico
last night on the grounds that they
were "pernicious foreigners." This
charge was preferred against them
as a result of the participation of the
four men in the radical invasion of
the chamber of deputies last week.
Demonstrations in government build buildings
ings buildings and in churches have been for forbidden
bidden forbidden in an order issued by Presi President
dent President Obregon.
PECAN GROWERS IN
SESSION IN GAINESVILLE
Gainesville, May 18. Pecan grow growers
ers growers from all parts of Georgia and
Florida are here for the two days'
annual convention of the Georgia and
Florida Pecan Growers Association.
Captain Eddie Rickenbacker Will Fly
s to Washington from Oak Oak-land,
land, Oak-land, California
San Francisco. May 18. Captain
Eddie Rickenbacker announced today
he would attempt a two-day flight
from Oakland, Calif., to Washington,
leaving here May 24th. He expects to
spend the first night in Omaha.
RIGHT ABOUT FACE
IN TWO YEARS
Number of Western Papers Change
their Views on the Zone
Chicago, May 18. Two hundred
and thirty-six newspaper publishers
of the central west as represented by
the Inland Press Association today
adopted a resolution endorsing the
zone postage rate which four years
ago they vigorously opposed. Oppo
sition to the 44-hour weekly schedule
for the printing trades as its affects
the publisher was also voiced.
PINE KEY SEARCHED
BY SHERIFF'S POSSE
Trying to Catch a Negho Who Stab
bed a St. Petersburg Contractor
St. Petersburg, Mav 18. A posse
is searching Pine Key for a negro
named Cary who stabbed Harry Hous-
ton, a contractor, at Pass-a-Grille
this mWning. The negro got a boat
and crossed to Pine Key, taking to
the bushes. Trouble is feared if he
is caught.v Houston was, not badly
WEST TAMPA WANTS TO
KEEP OUT OF DEBT
Tampa, May 18. West Tampa has
deefated the proposed bond issue of
$70,000 for a new school building and
improvement of the old building. The,
election was held yesterday.
MUCH ADO OVER A TOY PISTOL
Lakeland, May 18. A cheap toy
pistol designed to shoot .22 calibre
blank cartridges on July 4th, election
night and Christmas, was the cause
of a small riot in the Teaspoon Hill
section of Lakeland's dark belt sev several
eral several days ago and as a result the
name of ebony hued James Peterson,
17 years old, is on the register as a
guest at the city jail
Jim owned the pistol and according
to the story wormed out of the partic
ipants in the affair, sold it to three
frying sized negroes. Sonny Bryant'hile trying to let down a folding
Johnny Lee and Oscar Allen, each
about 15 years of age. While the fact
that Jim sold the same gun to each of
the three caused a small flurry" when
the victims became aware of his
ability as a salesman, the real trouble
began when Sonny, Johnny and Oscar
attempted to test the gun with bullet
loaded ammunition. Jim had declar declared
ed declared the pistol would shoot lead as well
as blanks.' There was a three-way
split as to who should have the honor
of firing the first shot and a battle
royal resulted, the lad who had the
gun at the time dropping it.
During the melee one of the trio",
whose identify the police were un unable
able unable to establish, picked up the pistol
and began to shoot real bullets at the
other two, but failed to register a hit
because, as a bystander told the offi
cer who took charge of the situation,
"they runned faster dan dem bullets
The police arrested Peterson as the
instigator of the trouble.
HIGHER IN HOLLAND
THAN IT IS HERE
West Palm Beach, May 18. Flor
dians need to go to Holland to Jearn
about the high cost of living, accord
ing to G. von Munster, a former res
ident of West Palm Beach, who has
iust returned after a two years' resi
dence in fJie Netherlands. In -Holland,
Mr. Munster said, one pays 40 cents
a pound for sugar, $1.70 a pound for
butter, $30 for an ordinary pair of
shoes, and rents are proportionately
high. On the other hand, wages and
salaries are little better than they are
1917 Buick Touring
1918 Buick Roadster
All have good tires, good mechan mechanical
ical mechanical shape, good tops and upholstering.
18-tf Spencer-Pedrick- Motor Co.
garding the Poles
London, May 19. Premier Lloyd
George issued a statement today re
iterating British attitude toward the
upper Silesian question, expressed by
him recently and disclaiming respon
sibility for the distorted reports in
EITEL LET OFF EASY
Beerlin, May 18. Eitel Friedrich,
second son of former Emperor Will William,
iam, William, was found guilty today of illeg illegally
ally illegally exporting capital to Holland. In
consideration of the fact that he did
not act through dishonorable motives,
he was fined only five thousand marks.
SLAPPEY IS NOT
MUCH OF A SHOT
Brought Down Everybody Near Ex Except
cept Except Man He was Aiming
St. Augustine, May 18. One negro
was killed and two negro men and one
negro wounded in the negro section
last night, when John Slappey fired
c.load of buckshot at his son-in-law,
during a family row. The man killed
was another son-in-law who was an
innccent bystander. The inquest has
been postponed because all the prin principal
cipal principal witnesses are in the hospital.
FRANKLIN K. LANE
Rochester, Minn., May 18. Frank
lin, K. Lane, former secretary of the
interior, died jn a local hospital here
early today. Death was due to an
Mr. Lane was operated on here
May Gth for gall stones and appendi appendicitis
citis appendicitis and was said to be recovering
when heart disease, from which he
had suffered from time to time the
last eight months, developed. Hos Hospital
pital Hospital physicians expressed the belief
that an operation would remove the
heart affection, bVit an attack early
today developed and resulted fatally.
- Immediately after he had recovered
from the anaesthetic, Mr. Lane said:
"I am surprised to be alive. I hope to
be able to live a long life doing good
Mr. Lane left no estate.
SMOTHERED IN A FOLDING BED
Orange Springs, May 17. Harry
LeSeur, four years of age, woh wai
killed near here bunday morning
bed, was buried yesterday afternoon.
He was laid to rest by local citizens,
strangers to him, who sympathized
with the lot of the little fellow.
Harry came to Orange Springs
about two or three years ago when his
parents were attracted here by land
speculators. Subsequently his family
went back north, to one of the Da
kotas, and left him with another boy,
hardly outof his 'teens
Sunday morning the little fellow
tried to let down a folding bed in his
home, near here. His guardian was
out in the field at the time. He said
he heard a heavy fall and the little
fellow cry out. Then he went immed
iately to the house, where he found
just the heels of the baby protruding
from under the bed. On raising the
bed, he found the little body appar
ently lifeless and rushed immediately
to Orange Springs for assistance.
Persons going out to the house
from Orange Springs found the child
had been killed by the accident. Pro Proper
per Proper investigation was made and the
investigators believe death was pure purely
ly purely accidental.
Various Forms of Bread.
While most countries bake their
bread, there are some where boiled
bread Is the co?uinon form. Two of
these countries are China and Africa,
The daily bread of a large portion of
the people of Afrirsi is made from cas cassava
sava cassava flour. The cassava roots are
soaked In water, left to dry and then
pounded Inlo floor by means of crude
wooden or stone mortars and pestles.
The rasava tlonr I mixed with water
till a siuky doiiiih i formed.
The licensee of a West Hsin public
house Las Just purchased a parrot
which Is trained to imitate the bag bagpipes.
pipes. bagpipes. The bird's life will, of course,
be insured. London Punch.
An Alaskan Economy.
Refrigerating plants Imr reindeer
meat to be built in Alaska. Ice should
be cheap there, even If the meat Is
OcaU Rotary Club has Installed Its
New Officers and Made Plans
for the Future
The installation of the new officers
for the year, and a discussion of boys'
work took place at the regular weekly
meeting of the Ocala Rotary Club
held Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. The
new officers of the club are: Harry
Borland, president; John Taylor, vice vice-president;
president; vice-president; Dr. H. W. Henry, sergeant-at-army;
Louis H. Chazal, secretary,
and Jake Gerig. Milby Lloyd, Russell
Dehon and Carl Rose, directors.
Following the installation of the
new officers, the meeting was turned
over to the boysLwork committee, of
which Rotarian Will Gary is chair chairman.
man. chairman. The committee had invited the
following men to make talks to the
club: Rev. C. W. White, pastor of the j
Methodist church; Nelson A. Russell,
director of the "Hi Y club of the
Ocala high school; Rev. C. U Collins,
pastor of the Baptist church; Mr. A.
R: Cassil, an experienced director of
boys' activities, and Rev. W. F. Cre Cre-son,
son, Cre-son, pastor of the Presbyterian
church. Rev. John J. Neighbour, a
member of the club, also made a talk.
The club did. not decide at the meet meeting
ing meeting last night just what form its
boys' work should take for the com coming
ing coming year. This will be decided follow following
ing following the appointment of new commit-
Rev. White told the Rotarians that
to help the boy it is necessary to get
the "boy spirit, to think the thoughts
of the b?y, and to live in the boy's at atmosphere.
mosphere. atmosphere. "The business and profes professional
sional professional man," he stated, "can help the
boys more than the preacher, as a
rule." He urged that fathers should
be the companions of their sons. Mr.
Russell outlined. the work being done
bv the "Hi Y" club of the high school
recently organized, and which, has
The "Hi Y" club plans to ask some
prominent business and professional
man of the community to made ad
dresses at each meeting of the club.
Rev. Collins thought that the boy of
today does not have the serious out
look upon life as he ought to have, and
in saying this. Rev. Collins stated
that he did not mean to be a killjoy,
The boy's life should have its serious
side balanced with its fun, but his life
should be directed to some purpose.
Work, in the opinion of Rev Collins,
is the best thing for' the boy. He
suggested the possibilities of estab
lishing club rooms for the boys of the
Mr. Cassil proposed the formation
of an Ocala junior athletic club to de develop
velop develop athletics among the boys of the
city, and to form a baseball league
composed of teams of the boys of
Ocala, and to arrange for athletic
Rev. Creson stated that the serious
fault in America today is the lack of
religious training In the home. "Re "Religious
ligious "Religious Illiteracy," he stated, "is one
of the greatest menaces to the na
tion." More than sixty per cent of the
population of this country, as he
pointed out., belongs to no church.
Rev. Creson suggested inviting the
boys to the Rotary luncheons from
to time as a reward for some good
work well done. He suggested the em employment
ployment employment of a director of boys' ac activities
tivities activities for the city. Rotarian Neigh-
bor stated that the time had now,come
to decide just what form the boys
work should take. President Borland
announced that new committees would
be appointed within a week, the boys'
work committee among them.
The club gave a special vote of
thanks to Rotarian Albert Gerig, the
retiring secretary; and a vote of
thanks to the retiring officers. These
Most Boastful of Mortals.
Some of the proudest men we hava
ever known were those who toek S
cold bath every morning. Next to the
man who can. In five minutes, shave
himself better than a barber can da daft,
ft, daft, the one who takes a cold bath
every morning Is the peacock of tha
human race. Philadelphia PnbUe
"Contentment," remarked, Shlnbone,
cam a mighty fine thing; de only
trouble nout It Is It's kin o hahd ts
stingnlsb from Jes plain laziness."
Ltim ant All Fun.
BsAartainihg an idea won't get yon
very tar; you must work it.- Boston
The English-speaking peoples aoog
of acclamation. For He's a Jolly Good
Fellow." Is sung to a tune that has
been popular for a thousand years or
more. Composed. It Is said. In Baby Babylon,
lon, Babylon, the ancient Egyptians popnUr popnUr-Ixed
Ixed popnUr-Ixed It In Africa and Asia Hlosr,
where the Arabs sing It to this day.
Cut First Planned for Unskilled Labor
Will Shortly Extend to
Chicago, May 18. A general re reduction
duction reduction of wages for unskilled rail railroad
road railroad employees effective July. 1st,
Which was frfreenst hv th
labor board in an announcement last
night, will be the basis of reductions
extending to all classes of railroad
employees, it was understood today.
THE STATE REUNION
Our Ex-Service Men Well Pleased by
their Reception at Orlando
The vanguard of the Marion Coun
ty Post, Fire Chief Raymond, and
several others, came in from Orlando
last night. They say Orlando surely
is in the first rank for hospitality.
The meeting next year will be held
at West Palm Beach. Louis IL Cha
zal of Ocala was elected a member
of the e'tate executive committee.
Premier Hughes of the "White Out
post of the Pacific," May Soon
Pay. United States a Visit
Chicago, May 17. America and
Australia have identical problems in
the Pacific, says William M. Hughes,
prime minister of Australia, in a mes
sage to 'America.
The message of Mr. Hughes. was
sent through W. D. Boyce, Chicago
and Indianapolis publisher, who went
to the island to write a series of ar
Australia is "the white'outpost of
the Pacific," says. Hughes.
He will -soon visit America on his
way to London to attend a conference
of the prime ministers of all British
He was once an umbrella mender,
then wharf laborer in the country
over which he now holds the guiding
Hughes message, in part, reads:
"We cannot ignore the fact that
the bond of blood and language has
been strong enough to hold the Unit United
ed United 'States to the United Kingdom de despite
spite despite the machinations of mutual en enemies.
emies. enemies. "Nor can we forge that we fought
and bled together in the greatest war
of all time. In our outpost of the
British empire, Australians have
realized to the full the significance of
this mutual regard.
"Not only to us but to the whole
world the continued friendship of
the two great Anglo-Saxon races
means peace and progress.
"We In Australia look to the sister
democracy of America for co-operation
in problems of mutual concern.
"Our destiny, like the destiny of
your western states, lies in the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific On the shores of this vt
ocean are gathered the bulk of the
people softhe earth. They differ in
language, ideals and religions.
"The rapid modernization of many
of these peoples may increase, rather
than diminish, the problems which
inevitably arise where peoples of dif different
ferent different races congregate.
"So we feel that we the white out outpost
post outpost of the Pacific may look to the
United States wit ha confidence born
of mutual ideals.
"In our hands lies the destiny of
the Pacific, and in bur common task
lies our strongest' bond of friend friendship."
ship." friendship." This is a Studebaker year.
We are pleased to announce to our customers
and friends that we have added a full and com complete
plete complete line of dried meats, namely: Bologna Sau
meat. You must see this wonderful machine to
appreciate theservice it gives to the customer.
One visit to our store will convince you that this
is the place to buy your fancy meats.
Cell or Pkcae us for enytHng you wast in cur line.
Main Street Marfcei, P?S8E :
Freshman Team from the University
Will Come Orer to Contest for
Honors With Oar Boys
There will be a game at Hunter
Park tomorrow afternoon, between
the Ocala team and the freshman
nien, of the University of Florida.
Ams lresuiuaa 13 on
f"1 0c?a 0ur
boys hope for victory, but even more
do they hope for a good crowd and
a good game, for they would rather
be beaten by a first-class team than
win over one that is inferior. Every Everybody
body Everybody come out and root for Ocala.
BASEBALL GAME AT OAK
THE NEXT THREE"DAYS
That, thrifty town of Oak isxpre-
paring for a series of three games of
baseball between the Arlo Box Com Company
pany Company team and the Cummer Lumber
Co. team of Jacksonville, beginning
tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock.
There will be a large attendance at
these games and most interesting
matches are anticipated.
MEET IN OCALA
City Will be Home for the Eye Spe Spe-"
" Spe-" cialiats May 24th to 27th
The Florida State Optometry Asso Association
ciation Association holds its annual convention
this year in Ocala, May 24 to 27 in
clusive. Preparations are now teing
made for the entertainment of the
optometrists the latter part of this
month. The official program will be
announced very shortly. t In addition
to the regular business sessions, feat features
ures features of the convention will include a
visit to Silver Springs where the vis visiting
iting visiting optometrists will have an op opportunity
portunity opportunity of seeing the largest
springs in the United States and
probably in the world, through the
glass bottomed boats. A banquet will
also be given those attending the con
vention. Three of the large manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers of' optical supplies will
make complete exhibits during the
four days. The officers of the Flor Florida
ida Florida State Optordetry Association are:
r. m. xiacuy, Jacksonville, ixoei smitn.
n r it st v
Miami, L. C Coles, Gainesville?
The, following committee of the
Marion County Board of Trade is
making arrangements for the enter entertainment
tainment entertainment of the convention: Dr. K. J.
Weihe, chairman, C C Bryant, Jaa.
E. B. Hall, R. C. Sumner and J. Jt
PUTTING THE SKIDS
UNDER ITS PRESSMEN
Curtis Publishing Company Wants
. Forty-Eight Hours Work a
Week for Its Coin
Philadelphia, May 18. The Curtis
Publishing Company, publishers of
the Saturday Evening Post and other
magazines, announced last night it
had given the pressmen who went on
'strike at its plant in sympathy with
the 44-hour movement until noon to today
day today to return. After that time they
will no longer be considered employ employees
ees employees and efforts will be made to fill
A pretty girl entered a music store,
tripped op to the young man who
was serving, and asked in her sweet sweetest
est sweetest tones, "Have You 'Kissed Me in
"No, miss," answered the nervous
youth, "it must have been the man at
the other counter. I've only been here
sage, Dried Heel,
Boiled and Boneless
Cured Ham. With
this we have .in .installed
stalled .installed a new Amer Amer-can
can Amer-can Slicing machine
which gives you ttrice
the amount of slices of
meat per pound as
the old way of selling
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1921
Ccala Evening Star
Pakttiife Every Dwr Ept Sody by
STAB PUBLISHING COMPANY,
K. K. Carroll, PmUtit
P. V. lTe eretry-Trrer
jr. SU BnjMbh Editor
Entered at Oea-ta. Fki., postofftce as
Bute Ofirr Hrf-Oif
Editorial Deartnrat Two-St
SoHctr Reporter Flre-Oae
olition of the open rang than all the
propaganda of protagonists of the
measure has been able to accomplish
in several years of agitation- rort
Nobody has any right to add th
Ocala reserve fire to the propaganda
being carried on against the open
range men, who found the forest a
great benefit and were among its most
careful guardians. Their cattle and
hogs ranged the forest, -they killed
game in it in season with more moder
ation than the sportsmen who have
been visiting it, and the newspapers
who are trying to saddle the blame on
them are guilty of a great show of
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SECTION 20 OF RULE 56
Editor Star: I note from Satur
day's daily that the Patatka boys
thought they were playing ten meni
OF THE LEGION
Orlando, May 17 At the afternoon
in the ninth inning of Friday's game, session of the third annual convention
also the writer of the article was inLf the State American Legion. Sum-
rmt xtra comDOsUion charges
Legal advertisements at legal rates.
T. C. Carter, N.JJ.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
doubt as to Lepper of the Palatka j
team being safe at home plate in the
ninth inning. From my position at
the time of the play I thought Leav Leav-engood
engood Leav-engood tagged the runner, but if
Leavengood had made no move what whatever
ever whatever to tag the runner I would have
called Lepper out under Section 20
of Rule 56. If you will publish Sec Section
tion Section 20 of Rule 56 (as to when run runner
ner runner is out) I do not thing there will
be any doubt to any one who saw the
play, as to why I called Lepper out,
and it will also be a warning as to the
.-ule in future games.
C. P. Davis, Umpire.
S jr.:nerf.eld, May 17.
The rule referred to by Mr. Davis
is as follows:
Sec. 20. If one or more members
of the team at bat stand or collect at
or around a base for which a base-
runner is trying, thereby confusing
the fielding side and adding to the
difficulty of making such play, the
base-runner shall be declared out for
the interference of his teammate or
286, B. P. O. E.
It looks like the Orlando Reporter- OCAL A lodge NO
Star has turned itself over to the ex-
service men who are guests, oi us city. 0 i Lode-e No. 286. -Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
The Orlando Sentinel sparkles like the seconj an(j f0Urth Tuesday eve-
dewdrops in the
items about the
mornme sun with
leeionaires in its
Senator Bill Mapoles wants very
much to move his district to Ala
bama. There are strings tied to the
district, but Senator Bill might go
nings of each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's i.nd the Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
Garcia de Oro, that mild Havana
filler cigar 10c at all dealers. 5-tf
We are saving so much money on
coca-cola, since the price became
reasonable, that we hope to be able
to buy a pair of winter pants by De
This is a Studebaker year.
A RECOLLECTION OF INFANCY
Chief Justice Doherty of the Irish
court of common pleas, who held of office
fice office from 1830 to 1846, was on one oc occasion
casion occasion talking to a friend when a
lady passed theni wearing a very
low-cut dress. "Did you ever see the
like of that before?" remarked the
friend. "Never since I was weaned,"
responded the chief justice. Ex.
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Nice destroys the odor of perspira perspiration,'
tion,' perspiration,' 25 cents at Gerig's Drug tSore. tf
Governor Hardee has signed the
join resolution proposing an amend amendment
ment amendment to the constitution to effect re-
anDortionment of the state. The
question will be submitted to the vot
ers in November, 1922.
Why not make a monarchy of the
nine West Florida counties and de
clare Senator Mapoles king. Mapoles
is a newsDaiser man and ought to
make a good king. DeLand News.
Looks more like a nine-spot to us. I
Those highly patriotic remarks of
Postmaster General Hayes about only
the good of the service being consid considered
ered considered in the selection of postmatsers,
means that it's time the democratic
stamD-sellers were huntiner other
It is not a particularly good thing
for Georgia that Tom Hardwick is
assailing Governor Dorsey about the
latter's denunciation of the treatment
of negroes. All America has its
ODinion of Hardwick. and it isn't a
good opinion, either.
J. Mack Cathcart, collector of in
ternal revenue for Florida, altho his
term of office is not out, has resigned.
Mr. Cathcart is a man of great abil
ity and deep and wide acquaintance of
public affairs. He will probably prac
tice law, and will make good, what whatever
ever whatever he does. Mr. D. T. Gerow, form formerly
erly formerly postmaster of Jacksonville, and
a successful business man, will suc
ceed Mr. Cathcart as collector.
Uneedas and all 10c National Biscuit Co.'s crack crackers
ers crackers 8c, or 3 lor 22c. All 20-cent packages
16c or 3 for 40 cents.
Evaporated Peaches, per pound 15c.
Octagon Soap 8c; 3 for 20c.
Export Borax Soap, per cake 5c.
Grandma, Gold Dust and other washing Powders
per package 5c.
Cherry Bell Flour a strictly first-class Kansas
hard wheat flour 12-lb. bags 80c; 24-pound
Very best Head Rice 3 pounds 25c.
Very best Blue Rose Rice 4 pounds 25c.
Lard Compound, 1 pound 15c; 2 pounds 25c
Pure Lard, per pound 20c; 2 pounds for 35c.
Argo Starch, 3 for 25c; 1 dozen for 95c.
Guaranteed Eggs per dozen 25c.
Pure Sugar Cane Syrup in quart cans or bot bottles,
tles, bottles, 30c; pint 15c; drawn from barrel, per
W. Baker's Cocoa, 2 pound 30c; 2 for 55c.
W. Baker's Cooking Chocolate, y2-h. cakes 25c
Our Delivery Service is at your command
if you trade with us.
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163
ter L. Lowry, of Tampa, state adju adjutant,
tant, adjutant, was unanimously elected state
J. Y. Cheney, son of Judge John
M. Cheney, of Orlando, wa3 elected
State Commander Lowry has been
an efficient and tireless worker for
the legion since its inauguration into
the tate and many times has been
called the "Daddv of the Florida Le Legion."
gion." Legion." He has held the post of adju adjutant
tant adjutant for two years and although at
all times the work of this office has
been enough to cause the ordinary
man to "take to drink," Lowry has
met every situation with the same
degree of complacency that always
characterizes his genial disposition.
His military career is one which
any young man might well be proud
of, commencing as early as 1910 when
he entered the Virginia Military In Institute.
stitute. Institute. His training for service in
the army took on rapid development.
In 1914 he graduated from the school
with very high honors as captain.
During the same year he organized
the famous H Company, Second Flor Florida
ida Florida Infantry, Florida National Guard,
and is 1916 was stationed at Laredo,
Texas, doing border patrol duty, with
On the morning of September 16,
i917, in command of Company H, he
left for Camp Wheeler, Ga. During
his training at this camp he was or ordered
dered ordered to Fort Sill, Okla., to take spe special
cial special training in bayonet drill and
upon return to the 31st (Dixie divis division),
ion), division), was assigned to the task of di
vision bayonet instructor, a title to
be proud of.
October 26, 1918, he was sent to
France as a casual officer and on
November 5 of the same year was as
signed to the 331st Infantry regiment.
le was attached to this outfit until
Feb. 4, 1919, when he was discharged
by reason of the end of hostilities.
uouDiea Darreuea resolutions, one
by the resolutions committee and the
other by the legislative committee
were unanimously adopted favorine
the passaee of a bill throueh Con
gress providing for an adjusted com
pensation to ex-service men.
Practically the unanimous senti
meni oi uie convention was that a
cash bonus was the right of the ex
service man and that the Busto bill
was at least a measure toward recoer
nition of his rights.
At the opening session yesterday,
motion providing for the nomina
tion of all officials to the department
of the American Legion of Florida
from the floor of the convention, to
replace the procedure heretofore of
leaving their nomination to the nomi nominating
nating nominating committee, was unanimously
- The Tampa Times likes local men
on local jobs. It says: "We have im
ported a city manager from Jackson,
Michigan, a chief of police from the
woods near Port Tampa City, and
now we are to have a superintendent
of public welfare from some place in
Connecticut not one of whom is a
registered voter nor 11 a taxpayer. For
the love o' mud, are there no men in
. Tampa deemed Worthy and competent
to manage its business and protect
Tire Prices Reduced
JAS. Etf&ESSER, Proprietor
DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3.
old price 20.00, now
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3,
old price $17.60, now
6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL F1SK AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear end, $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3.
There are many friends not only in
Ocala and Marion county, but all over
the state who will be grieved to learn
of the accident that befell Colonel
John M. Martin of this city at his nt.no 5Q IVocf RirinriiAmv
uuiuo i uesuay iiiuriuiitr- a ne cuiuiiet
has a dog to which he is much attach
ed and as the animal was sick in .the
garage, he went out to attend him. In
climbing the platform which leads
into the building, his foot slipped,
causing him to fall to the ground, and
fracture his right hip. By the help of
a colored boy on the place and neigh
bors, the colonel was taken into the
house, where he is now resting well.
Col. Martin is one of our best beloved
old citizens, the benevolence and cour courtesy
tesy courtesy of the old-time Southern gentle gentleman
man gentleman evident in all his words and ac actions.
tions. actions. In his younger days, he rep represented
resented represented Florida in -the Confederate
Congress, and also led a Confederate
regiment in several battles of the
civil war. He was 89 years old on his
last birthday, and his friends hope to
see him pass the 100-mark.
Tomorrow Morning Only
From 8 o'clock a. m. to 1 o'clock p. m.
The Big Sale
Are So Unusual
They are Creating
A Happy Feeling
All Over the
City and County.
when store closes to give our valued em em-pfbyees
pfbyees em-pfbyees a well deserved HALF-HOUDAY.
One lot Gingham Dresses for children in
nil Mzes, sold formerly for $1.25 and
$1.93, to clean up
A limited quantity of these.
One lot Ladies' Waists, .values to $1 95,
Ladies Silk Hosiery, black, white and
pink, worth 98 cents,
Flowered Dress Voiles,
worth 45c the yard,
36 inches wide.
THE .GOOD OLD DAYS ARE
FAST COMING BACK
We don't wait until we sell an item
out and then buy again, before we re reduce
duce reduce the price. Our price is reduced
the minute that we learn of the drop.
THINK! You would be paying at
least ten per cent more for your gro
ceries if it wasnt for the U-SERVE
LOOK! PRICES ARE GETTING
Cloverbloom Butter, pound 42c
Full Cream Cheese, pound ?25c
Granulated Sugar, pound 8c
Hill Crest California Apricots,
2 tins 22c
Hunt's California Peaches, halves
in heavy syrup, No. 2Vz tins.. 35c
Hillsdale, Hawaiian Sliced Pine Pineapple
apple Pineapple No. 2 tins 28c
Two-pound tins Cottolene 35c
Four-pound tins Cottolene 65c
Eight-pound tins Cottolene $1.20
Get the habit. Lots of our patrons
come in and lay in a week's supply.
They make a business preposition of
their grocery buying. Wise folks.
Cash and Carry
One east and one west of city square.
To Keep Up
The Interest of
And to Crowd a
In a Half Day Day-Still
Still Day-Still Further
2 yds. for 59c
Red Seal Zephyr Ginghams, worth 29c yd.
3 yds. for 59c
Cambric and Percales, worth 29c a yard,
3 yards for 59c
36-inch Sea Island unbleached muslin,
6 yds. for 59c
27-inch Dress Gingham;
6 yds. for 59c
36-icch Bleached Muslin, worth 20c yard,
4 yds. for 59c
We close every Thursday at 1 o'clock p. in.
Daring the Summer Months.
From Miami to Pensacola, and from
Ocala to Fort Myers, these fires have
ravaged thousands upon thousands of
acres of forest, destroyed millions of
feet of standing, timber, wiped out
millions of dollars worth of proper
ty and have gone further to create a
powerful sentiment in favor of a
State-wide no-fence law and the ab
Complete mar market
ket market information
is available only
through the gnpv gnpv-ers
ers gnpv-ers organization
daily ky tUrak.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
Seaboard Air Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10a.m.
Leave for Tampa 2:15 a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 1:30p.m.
Leave for Tampa 1:55 p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:51p.m.
ueave for Tampa 4:05 p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 2:14a.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 2:15a.m.
Arrive from Tampa 1:35 p.m.
Leave lor Jacksonville.... 1:55p.m.
Arrive from Tampa 4:16 p.m.
eave for Jacksonville.... 4:17p.m.
Arrive .from New York. .. 1:34 a.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 1:37a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:55 a. m
Leave for New York 3:00 a.m.
Atlantic Coast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 2:31 a. m.
eave for St. Petersburg.. 2:32a.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:34p.m.
Leave for St. Petersburg.. 3:35p.m.
Arrive from Jacksonville. 10:12 p. m.
Leave for Leesburg 10:13 p. n.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:26 a.m.
eave for Jacksonville.... 2:27a.m.
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25 p.m.
Leave for Jacksonville.... 1:45p.m.
Arrive from Leesburg.... 6:41 a. za
Leave for Jacksonville.... 6:42a.m.
Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25 p. m.
Leave for Homosassa 3:23 p.
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday.... 11:50a.m.
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday 4:45 pm.
Leave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7:25 a.m.
Ar. from Lakeland. Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11 :u3 p. m.
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 7:10 a. m,
Arrive from Wilcov, Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Wednesday. Friday. 6:45 p.m.
'The Fashion Onter"
I WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU
(S) To Inspect Our
I Odorless Dry Cleaning Plant
Thoroughly Equipped With
MODERN MACHINERY :
0 Garments Pressed on STEAM PRESSES
5 GUARANTEE NO SMELL OF v
. 'Gasoline or Cleaning Preparations
1 Phone 101
1 DEPARTMENT DRY CLEANING
1 Ocala Steam Laundry
Bead the "Ads." Yoii Will Find Many Bargains.
OCA LA EVENING STAR; WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1921
r,.r-i. j fj'
r ( J o n o f Soap! I
For the Ladies
For the Misses,
For the Children
For the Babies
For the Men
The whole family is
provided for in this
of soap. It will pay
you to Jay in a years
supply from this shipment.
A TON OF soap at one time is not an every day
older with us, but the opportunity offered to
get a first class article at an, extremely low price
we just could not pass up. So it's here, and we
propose giving our patrons the benefit of our fortu fortunate
nate fortunate purchase. A high grade TOILET SOAP that
usually sells for 40c a cake for
Savory,-delicated scented-Violet, Rose, Cocoa Almond ana
Buttermilk. Imrnence quantities of this soap were made for
a foreign government, but on account of its inability to pay
for it when the contract was completed the manufacturers
were compelled to throw it on the market. Hence your op opportunity
portunity opportunity to get it at the low price of less than one-fourth of
its real value. Gome early. It won't last long.
a r mac u
METHODISTS AND BAPTISTS MKS. t'tlAJl ttuuuui
irvmv MEETING TONIGHT I PROPERTY IN ORLANDO
UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA vs. OCALA
The First Methodist church people Orlando acquired a desirable citizen
I will join the members 01 the first and a Keen, succession Dusiness wom wom-!
! wom-! Baptist church in the prayer meeting an when Coggins & McKibben, Or Or-iand
iand Or-iand devotional service tonight, the lando's life realtors, this morning in-
service to be held at the Baptist duced Mrs. J. F. Pelot of Ocala, to
'church. The hour of meeting is 7:45. purchase the Wigfall apartments on
The scripture lessons will be taxen tne sou in siae oi ura.ce street, n u
from the First Epistle General of understood that the consideration was
John and each attendant is requested approximately $20,000. This modern
to select at least one verse from that apartment house consists of six con con-letter
letter con-letter and quote it, with or without veniently arranged living suit3, each
comment. What is the best verse in with three rooms, kitchenette and
the letter? Or your favorite verse? bath, and facilities abounding therein
Patsor C. L. Collins, of the Baptist are up to date in every way. Orlando
church, takes this means of most cor- Reporter-Star.
dially inviting the Methodist brethren The friends of Mr. and Mrs.' J. P.
to attend the service tonight and to Pelot of this city will learn "with in-
partieipate as they will in the service, terest of the foregoing transaction,
If it rains, come anyhow. Pastor, land while they congratulate Mrs. Pe
lot on her success in securing such a
AUCTION PARTY I valuable piece of property in Orlando,
it means a loss to Ocala as for the
It was an unusually enjoyable oc-1 past seven years tnis estimable couple
casion yesterday afternoon at the have resided here. Mrs. Pelot for
home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp over three years managed the Ideal
for thirlv odd friends of Mrs: Camp Cafe and for the past four years has
and daughter, Miss Nettie Camp, and I conducted the Magnolia hotel and
which was a special compliment tojmade a success of that hostelry. Best
Mrs. Camp's niece, Mrs. Phil Kobm-1 wishes from Ocala friends go with Mr.
son of Inverness, and Mrs. Charles land Mrs. Pelot to their new hone
Llovd of Jacksonville, both of whom in Orlando, which place, they will
are popular with a large circle of leave for about June 1st.
Friends in Ocala.
Informality, the real keynote to EASTER STAR CIRCLE
pleasure, was prevalent yesterday, as
is always is at all entertainments The Eastern Star sewing circle
ffiven at this home and adding more was entertained yesterday by Mrs.
warmth and cheerfulness to this party Hattie Webb of Kendrick. There were
wa Fthe artistic and harmonious ar- six cars of members from Ocala who
rangement of quantities of beautiful attended this meeting, which was un-
flowers gladiolas, daisies, roses, nas- usually large, consequently most en en-turtiums,
turtiums, en-turtiums, etc., in all the rooms on the joyable and profitable. After several
lower floor. hours of social chatting and sewing,
Mrs. Camp met the guests with a Mrs. Webb, assisted by her daughter,
cordial welcome at the front door, and Miss Hattie Webb, served refresh refresh-just
just refresh-just inside the door stood the hon- ments consisting of several kinds of
orees. After short chats here the cake, mints, lemonade and ice cream
euests were refreshed with fruit
You'll Enjoy One
of our cool refreshing ice cream sodas
without a word of doubt. They are
delicious. Sometime in. jour life you
have tasted that rich, creamy velvet velvetlike
like velvetlike liquid that smoothly slides down
your throat. Well that jsthe kind of
ice cream soda you gei-he.re.-
PARISIAN CLEANING CO.
115 OCALA HOUSE BLOCK
F. W. Broderick, Tailor and Cleaner, formerly
with Walkley &. Barnett, has opened up a
FIRST-CLASS CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIR
SHOP at the location formerly occupied by the
Dozier Feed Company on East Broadway. The
equipment consists of the" most modern ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, and your work will be handled at all
times by people thoroughly experienced in
this line. Prompt delivery to any part of the
A TON OF SOAP
THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1921
At Ocala Baseball Park. Game called at 4 p. m.
Dodge Brothers Business Car
continues to prove, in actual use,
that it is an economical car.
It is economical in its current
coat-per-mile and over a long
period of use.
F. W. BR OD E RICK
PHONE 512 v
punch, which was served from a pret prettily
tily prettily ornamented table of ferns and
nasturtiums, presided over by Miss As will be seen in an advertisement
Nettie-Camp and Mrs. Edmund Mar- of the Court Pharmacy in anothtr
tin. i column of today's paper that estab-
After the arrival of all the guests, lishment has on hand a ton of toilet
they assembled in the large dining soap recently purchased from, a manu-
room for the games of auction, seven facturer who had a large contract
tables having been arranged around with a foreign government, and
the dining table, which was lovely in which was repudiated on account of
its appointments of floral decorations. theEuropean money stringency., The
After several hours of enjoyment, a opportunity offered some weeks age
two-course menu was served, during I by the manufacturers was taken ad-
which time the awarding of prizes vantage of by Mr. Howard W. Wal
took place. The hostesses presented Jrs, proprietor of the Court Phanna-
the honorees with handsome silk cy, and he intend making a quick
stockings, to Miss Mary Burford fell sale of the whole lot, as shown by the
two linen towels for securing the price he has placed on it. He says it
highest score of the afternoon and is by far the greatest value he has
Mrs. Alison Wartmann was given an ever seen ,and invites his patrons to
embroidered linen handkerchief as a "get theirs" while "the getting is
The following ladies were present:
Mrs. E. J. Crook, Mrs. Harry Dozier, THE GOOD OLD DAYS ARE
Mrs. Clifford Ayer, Mrs. Anna Holder, FAST COMING BACK
Mrs. Leta Bennett, Mrs. Phil Robin
son, Airs. Charles LJoyd, Mrs. W. w. We don't wait until we sell an item
Harris, Mrs. F. H. Logan, Mrs. G. K. lout and then buy again, before we re
Robinson, Mrs. Alison Wartmann, fduce the price. Our price is reduced
Mrs. Trusten Drake, Mrs. Frank Har-jthe minute that we learn of the drop,
ris, Mrs. Emanuel Martin, Mrs. Ed- THINK! You would be paying at
mund Martin, Mrs. A. N. Withers, I least ten per cent more for your gro-
Mrs. L. R. Chazal. Mrs. Fred Hocker, ceries if it wasn't for the U-SERVE
Mrs. William Hocker, Mrs. Albert I STORES.
Gerig, Mrs. Jack Camp and Misses LOOK! PRICES ARE GETTING
Mary Burford, Marian Dewey and I RIGHT.
Alice Bullock. ICloverbloom Butter, pound 42c
IV r HAVr I Hr I IKr Ylll WAN
WHEN YOU WANT IT
"SERVICE" Our Motto
UNITED STATES TIRES HOOD TIRES
SINCLAIR MOTOR OILS
CARS WASHED AND POLISHED
I KUMBAK SERVICE STATION
YOUNG-MEEMN CO. I
CIVIL EIVGINEERS AND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida
Capt. Edward Drake is associated
with us and in charge of our Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Mine and Plant Department.
Offices, 33-34 Holder Dldg.
Phone No. 543
Tbm haolaf coaftds
AUTO SALES CO.,
Ocala, Fla., : Q Phone 348
If you roof leaked during1 the rain Granulated Sugar, pound 8c
it need? attention. Also best quality Hill Crest California Apricots,
new roofs. Barker Asphalt Paving Co. 2 tins 22c
asphalt coating, built up lake asphalt Hunt's California Peaches, halves
roofs and prepared and slate surface in heavy syrup, Jo. 2 tins.. 35c
roofing. It won't cost anything to Hillsdale, Hawaiian Sliced Pine-
have me inspect your roof. C. F.l apple No. 2 tins 28c
Murray, Florida House. 18-3t Two-pound tins Xottolene 35c
Four-pound tins Cottolene 65c
Eight-pound tins Cottolene $1.20
Get the habit. Lots of our patrons
come in and lay in a week's supply.
They make a business proposition of
their grocery buying. Wise folks.
Cash and Carry
One east and one west of city square.
Full Cream Cheese, pound 25c
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall, over the G.
C. Greene Co. "drugstore. A cordial
velcome to visiting brothers.
Tom Proctor, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. & S
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
C. V. ROBERTS, Phone 305
BARNEY SPENCER, Phone 431
ROTAL ARCH MASONS
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visit
ing sovereigns are always welcome.
H. B. Baxter, C. C.
Chas. K; Sage. Clerk.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chanter No. 29, O. E. S.
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
This is a Studebaker year. tf
Our Bathing Caps are pretty and
'durable. All fresh stock. GerigV
Drug Store. tf
All Garcia de Oro cigars wrapped in
: tinfoil 10c at all dealers. 5-tf
-K. Lane, M. D physician and
Furgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
(hroaL Office over 5 and 10 ceat store
Ocala, Fla. Adv. tf
This is a Studebaker year.
Retrular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. M-, on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
II. S. Wesson, r.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
Office Ph C1' FUtM WC Br0adWy ,,
Why not let CORDREY
do. your hauling? Also
Meet me at the Union Station
Restaurant for a regular family style
dinner Best dinner in the state for 75
cents. Eat and drink all you want.
Dinner 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. Owned
and operated by 100 Americans, tf
The Star has received the following
account of the Strain-Pratt wedding
James Strain and Ollie Pratt, both
of Ocala, were quietly married on
Thursday. May 12th, at .the home of
U Ji. Barrinzton Sr.. 911 Althea St
West Palm Beach, Fla. James Strain
has been residing in Palm Beach for
the last four months as the guest of
H. P. Gillian. His bVide arrived in
West Palm Beach Thursday, May 12,
and was met at the train by James
Strain, George Duncan and George P.
Mabury and wife, and George Dun Duncan
can Duncan did the honors with hi3 seven seven-passenger
passenger seven-passenger Hudson. The wedding was
a quiet affair with a tendency to make
happiness. Rev. J. H. Hankerson,
pastor of Friendship, officiated. Those
in attendance were C. B. Barrington
Sr., C. B. Barrington Jr., George Dun
can and George P. Mabury and wife.
The bride and groom will remain as
guests of II. P. Gilliafs and wife.
C. Cecil' Bryant
Gary Block, Over 10c Store
PHONE 332X g
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
.Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Private Morgue and ChapeL Personal Service to all.
Motor Equipment. Cofiins and Caskets Delivered.
The "Thrift" Tire
This Is the year to
save money on tires.
Start on HOODS.
Amy tir JmIm cm ct trmm
Hood Rnbbtf Prodaeta Co, lac, Wateftcwa. Utm.
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed IL00
Cars Polished -W
Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St
iHt, You have often thought
? you would have your
5 eves examined "some
sg sec day. Wny delay longer.
J. WEI HE,
Optometrist and Optician
Careful estimates made on all eon-
tract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Geo. MacKay I Co.
' Ocala, Fla;
HIGH GRADE PAINT
If you smoke cigars why not get
the best? Ask for Garcia de Oror-lOe
at all dealers. .5-tf
OCA LA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1921
f i. f
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Camp are en enjoying
joying enjoying a visit in New York city.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Sieverking of
Martin, recently from Illinois, were
shoppers in town for the day.
Mrs. Phil "Robinson returned to her
home at Inverness this afternoon,
after a few days pleasantly spent in
Mrs. W. M.Avery of Jacksonville,
accompanied by her niece, Douglas
Wilson of .this city arrived yesterday
the city, a guest at the home of her afternoon- The former will visit for
mother-in-law, Mrs. George Robinson,
and aunt, Mrs. Clarence Camp.
several days with Mr. and Mrs. T. C.
Wilson at the Ocala House, while
Douglas has just completed a three
weeks' stav in Jacksonville with her
Mrs. Averv before her mar-
1921 Ford roadster without starter
in Al condition; good tires; for $250 'aunt.
cash. DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE. Ctjriage was Miss Mary Vaughn of this
icity, and her friends are glad to
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- Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, Mrs. .welcome her back to the city again.
Philip Murphy and Misses Tillie Pas- j
Anthony, May 17. After a pleas
ant yisit in Anthony as the guest of
her cousin. Miss Julia Meadows, Miss
Irene Baskin left Thursday for her
home in Clearwater.
Master Eugene Talton is improving
after a two weeks illness.
Miss Martha Fort of Moss Bluff,
spent several days last week with her
uncle, Mr. A. S. Johnson and family.
Miss Mattie Lee Padgett returned
jteur and Blair Woodrow are expected Freh tomatoes at 8 cents per pound home" Sunday from Savannah.
Fresh tomatoes at 8 cents per pound home this afternoon from Orlando, while they last at Fort King Confec-' JIrs- J- A. Perkins entertained at
while they last at Fort King Confec
tionery. Phone 596.. 18-2t
where they have enjoying the festivi- 'tionery.
ties given for the American Legion.
tea Wednesday of last week in honor
of Miss Irene Baskin.
A message from the home of Mrs.
R. F. Rogers this morning states thati
she is much improved, which news
will be received with gratification by
her scores of friends.
Keep the hands and face soft with
1LAS0L. 50 cents the bottle at
Gerig's Drug Store.
Friends of Mrs. B. F. Condon will
be glad to learn of her improvement
at the hospital and also of the im improvement
provement improvement of her little daughter,
Rose, who has been quite ill for sev
West blue huckleberries you ever
saw at "25 cents a pound. Quality
Fruit Store, phone 218. It
The grand jury did not find a true
bill against Jack Galloway, who was
suspected of having broken into Mil
ler Bros', store a few weeks ago
Jack's friends are very glad he is out
of this trouble.
Dazira Face Powder is satisfying
and the odor is dainty. Ask to see it
t Ger!g"s Drug Store. tf
MrsvE.I. Cardy left this afternoon
for Tampa., where she will spend the
summer with her daughter, Mrs. Jack,
Lamberth, after a winter spent in
Ocala at the home of her son, Mr. G
S. Scott, and family.
. There will be a meeting of the
Woman's Auxiliary of the Marion
County Hospital Association, Friday,
May 20th, at 4:30 p. m., at the li
brary. Chairmen of the membership
canvass will please come prepared to
report. AJl new members are cordial cordially
ly cordially invited to attend this meeting. 2t
Best blue huckleberries you ever
saw at 25 cents a pound. Quality White Truck : $300.00
Fruit Store, phone 218. It Overland Roadster $300.00
1917 Buick Touring $625.00!
j Mrs. C. C. Gates and children of
New Smyrna ate visiting relatives in
Mr. Thomas Cowart who had been
off on a furlough, left Wednesday for
$800.00 j1" "av-
Mr. B. K. Padgett, who came home
THIS IS A STUDEBAKER YEAR
Our Splendidly Equipped Repair Shop
Sec How Well We Are Prepared fo Fix iYour Automobile
MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY
Main Street, Opposke Ocala Iron Works
OCALA, FLORIDA :iz
The Odd, Fellows had a busy and 1918 Buick Roadster
well attended meetine last nieht. and All have food tires, cood mechan
gave Messrs. J. W. Rites and J. R. ical shaye. good tons and upholstering. ror Saturday a Sunday, returned to
Jordan the third degree. They first 18-tf Snencer-Peurick Motor Co.
gave Mr. Jordan the second, so he and
Mr. Riles could enter full member-; MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
ship together. V
' Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
There's no extra charge for clean-1 m,ects un. the irst and Vhird
mg your nsn at the City Fish Market. 7
7 A !i:-.0 o clock until further notice.
Phone 158. tf i t t ttt
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
Mrs. Albert Birdsey of Savannah,!
arrived in the city this afternoon in
response to a telegram yesterday an-
nouncing the serious accident that be-!
fell her father, Col. John M. Martin, I
yesterday morning. Mr. Lalla Mun- Arrival and departure of passenger
roe,' another daughter of Col. Martin, train? at OCALA UNION' STATION
will arrive tomorrow and she will be The r.g schedule figure-, pub-
accompanied by her daughter, Miss
Fresh tohjatoes at 8 cents per pound
while they last at Fort King Confec Confectionery.
tionery. Confectionery. Phone 596. 18-2t
The regular Tuesday evening auc auction
tion auction club met last night with Miss
Loureen Spencer at her home. All am
the members were present and a most
congenial and happy time took place
for several hours. During the eve evening
ning evening Miss Spencer served an ice
course with cake. Mrs. Leon Mason
scored highest and was awarded a
beautiful piece of lingerie. Miss Alice j 2:3:, am. St.Petsbrg-L:?keland 2:27 arr
scored for boobv. The" following are' ?:2:M m St Petsbrg-Lnkeland 1:25 prr
members of this jolly club: Mrs.
lished as information and riot guar
, (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:10 am
1 :55 pm Jacksonville 1 :50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15am Tarn pa
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
::55ani N'York-St. Petrsbrg. 1 :35 am
1 :50 j m TampaManatee 1 :35 pm
l:(5jm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York" 2:33 am
1:43 ,m JksonvilIeGainsville 3:24 prr
fi:42 urn Jksonvillo-Gan.sville 10:13 prr'
Leon Mason, Mrs. Mack Taylor and
Misses Louise and Loureen Spencer,
T?nth Simmnnc Annia T?r i TTull. I
r, I Monday, Wednesday. Friday
Alice sexton anu Margaret JacKson. 'fuesdry. Thursday. Saturday
7:10 nm I)unnel!on-Vilcox tj I
7:25 am 7Ihmelion-Lkeland 11:03 prr.
?:30 ;: IIoniosasr,a 1:25 pir.
10:15 pm Leesburg n:42nni
4:4a pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Savannah Sunday night.
Mrs. J. A. Perkins left Thursday
for her home in Ocala after several
days spent with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Moore.
Rev. Guy of Williston delivered an
interesting sermon at the Methodist
church Sunday evening.
Mr. E. C. Beuchler received the sad
news Monday of the death of his
mother, Mrs. J. R. Beuchler of Iees Iees-burg,
burg, Iees-burg, Va. Mr. Beuchler has many
friends here who extend their deepest
sympathy in his sorrow.
Mrs. Eva Forbes has received a let letter
ter letter from her so'n, George stating he
arrived in France safely and is well
pleased with the country.
The friends, of Mr. T. J. Leitner are
looking forward" with pleasure to the
picnic at Indian Lake, wher they will
again unite with him Saturday, May
21st, to celebrate another birthday
and wish for him many more happy
Rev. J. C. Boawright and Rev. E.'D.
Boyer closed a very successful meet meeting
ing meeting here last Friday evening. Eight Eighteen
een Eighteen new members were received into
the church, eleven of whom were bap baptized
tized baptized in Indian Lake Saturday morn morning,
ing, morning, i
There will be a children's day pro program
gram program at the Methodist church Sunday
evening,' May 22nd.
Best blue huckleberries you ever
saw at 25 cents a pound. Quality
Fruit Store, phone 218. It
This is a Studebaker year.
and the blend can't be copied
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DISPUTE OVER USE OF CAVES
Scientists Disagree as to Whether
They Were Habitations or Tomba
of Primitive Race.
Curious caves In the Matsuyama
hills, in the province of Saltama, Dear
Tokyo. Japan, are. believed by some
to have U-en the homes of an ancient
race called the Tuschiguma, or Eartb
Spiders, Who lived long before th
ancient Alnos. Others think them to
be tomhs, while many are convinced
that they are merely shelters used
by the primitive tribe when pursued
The caves are all on the' southern
slope of the hills, and command an
extended view of a fertile valley. Thii
strategic position argues for those
who believe .the caves to have bn
habitations and not tombs. About 20C
of them have been unearthed. Seen
from a distance they resemble a huge
swallow bank. They are so close to together
gether together that the fnnec walls almost
touch, and are entered through a nar narrow,
row, narrow, long, low passageway to low Id
fact that a man cannot stand upright
In the largest one. Each room !sabout
six by nine feet in size; the celling
Is domed, and along the side is
ledse raised about pine Inches from
the ground. This was doubtless cov covered
ered covered with leaves, and-used as a bed.
No tools, weapons or household ar artless
tless artless have ben unearthed and thert
are no drawings on -the walls, nor any
sign of a pathway outside. The only
light comes from the passageway. The
caves are practically unknown and nn nn-vlslted,
vlslted, nn-vlslted, except by a few scholars.
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ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Rates: Six lines, maximum, one time,
25c; three timrtt. 50c.; six times, 75c;
one month, $.1. Payable in advance.
!FOIi SLE ()U KENT Home at No.
! 22 Sanchez street. Apply Ilogers Ilogers-;
; Ilogers-; Wilson Realty Company for further
for Expert Vulcanizing,
throw your Headlight
, on our shop. We are
Experts at this business
and our work is
G U ARA NTEED
In this time of commemorating th
Pilgrims, the people .of Pemaquld
Maine, rise to remind the world that
a colony of English settlers landed at
Pemaquld about fourteen years be
fore .the little company that crossed
on the Mayflbwer debarked at Ply Plymouth.
mouth. Plymouth. Pemaquld had developed lnt
quite a trading colony before the Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth settlers managed to gain a foot
hold In the 'new country, and th
Maine settlers "provided, the Pllgrirni
with a large quantity of food, accord
Ing to the records, when appealed U
by Governor Bradford. At Pemaquli
may still be seen the remains of s
tfort that was erected In 1690 at s
cost of 20.000. which was two-third
of the. entire appropriation of Massa
chaetts. which then Included Maims
for that year.
Ocala House Block
111 W. Broadway
FOIi SALE One good milk cpw. In
quire cf Mrs. Harriet Turner, at
Farm rr' V.:a r-hange tSore. ll-9t
WA NTLD A hustler with Ford car
to sell Tampa Fuel Saver; big
profits, easy sales with money back
frunrantee with every outfit. Write
rjuick for territory. Tampa Acces Accessory
sory Accessory Mfc. Co f,01 E. Amelia Ave.,
Tampa; Fla. 12.-9t
A. E. GERIG
Air-Tight Tins of SO
Ask jour dealer to show yoa the new ractram ractram-seaJcd
seaJcd ractram-seaJcd tins of 50 Chesterfields,. A enznpset,
convenient nd oufei AIR-TIGHT pack packing
ing packing the cigarettes keep fresh indefinitely.
The Man With the Toe.
Here is an extract from an article
In the Geographical Magazine. In
which the writer describes the labori laborious
ous laborious culture of rice on hillsides in the
Yangtze valley: x
"The roily water makes theBbelni
of his rice field Impossible; so he doe
cot hoe It," he toes It, With bare foot
he feels abqnt the plant with his toes,
and If he finds a weed, he toes It outj
then presses the dirt firmly In plac
again. With his right foot he toe
two rows, with his left fodt be toes
four rows as he goes. Thafs tht
way he hoes." C
- White men can -nirer "expect nor
should be expected to compete wltk
this sort of thing. Los Asfeles
Work for Ocala
for the capital
CALL PHONE 52 5
when your clothes.
NEED A NEW WRINKLE
La-Donde Cleaning Co.
over Jirash Grocery
525 PHONE 525
Unclassified ads. gets results.
FOR RENT In my home, sitting
room, dining room, kitchen, bed and
bath moms and sWping porch.
Liberal use of piano At summer
rates. Apply to Mrs. T. E. Bridges,
Sanchez street. 13-6t
WANTED Young man, 28, married,
wishes steady employment. Handy
with tools. Best of references if re required.
quired. required. Address W. p. Parker,
York, Fla. 13-t
FOR SALE Nice Jersey cow about
eight years old, to be fresh in about
ten days, $75. Apply to C. A. Hollow-ay,
715 South Lime St., Phone
FOR SALE Three cows, all fretV
Apply W. R. Bryant, 804 Alyarw
St, west side of school house. lT-3t'
FOR SALE Eieht rair thnrmicrfchr
White King pig'eons; also pigeon
loft 6x12 and six feehigb; flying
ren 12x1 six feet high. Pece re-sonabl-.
Apply 711 N. Magnolia,
or P. O. Box 422, Ocala. 17-t
FOR SAI.E Large two-story house,
good oarn ana garage, aiso cnicicen
house, smokehouse andwood Shed..
In addition, tfi all city conveniences
hasoft water in kitchen. On a two two-acre
acre two-acre lot with plenty of shade, but
no undergrowth. Well located, in
good neighborhood r with excellent
neighbors. Will sell for 1500 cash,
balance one and two years. Apply
at 1145 S. Orange St, or write P.
O. Box 180, Ocala, Fla. 18-7t
FURNITURE REPAIRING I make
a specialty of repairing and re repainting
painting repainting furniture. Also buy and
sell second hand furniture. Let tne
quote you prices. W. O. Furr, 314
S. Main St, near laundry. 18-12$
Prescriptions correctly filled and
promptly delivered. Call 435, CL CL
Greene. 2-tf t