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tion. portion. VOL 21
OGALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1921
NO. J 50
In Order to Admit Former President
Woodrow Wilson to Practice
Washington, Jane 25. Woodrow
Wilson appeared in person in the
chambers of Chief Justice McCoy of
the District of Columbia supreme
court today to be a-Jmitted to the
practice of law, before that court.
A special session of the court was
called to admit Mr. Wilson, the court
having previously amended the rules
so former presidentes and vice-presidents
of the United States who are
lawyers might be admitted to practice
without application or other formal formality.
ity. formality. '
Mr. Wilson was accompanied by his
law partner, former Secretary of
State Colby and Joseph Tumulty, for formerly
merly formerly his private sectary.
"SAME OLD THING,"
SAID ADMIRAL SIMS
Secretary Denby Told Him to Con Consider
sider Consider Himself Publicly
Washington, June 25. Rear Ad Admiral
miral Admiral William S. Sims was publicly
reprimanded yesterday by Secretary
Denby for his speech before the English-Speaking
Union in London-June
8, in which he discussed Irish sympa sympathizers
thizers sympathizers in America.
"The department deplores the fact
that it is necessary to rebuke a flag
officer in public," said the reprimand,
'but you have made such action un unavoidable.
avoidable. unavoidable. 'The department expresses its
strong and unqualified disapproval of
ypu conduct in having again delivered
an improper speech in a foreign coun country,
try, country, and you are hereby publicly rep reprimanded."
rimanded." reprimanded." On leaving the White House, Ad
miral Sims said with regard to his
"I got what I deserved, the same
old thing." He added that he did not
know that his London speech had
been "loaded," and that he regretted
having caused the administration any
FLORIDA'S BOARD OF
. MEDICAL- EXAMINERS
Tallahassee, June 25. Governor
Hardee has appointed the following
as members of the composite board of
medical examiners of the state: N
A. B<zell, Marianna, two years; J.
M. Jackson, Miami, four years; W. M
Rowlett, Tampa, three years; Ralph
N. Greene, Jacksonville, one year; E.
Qt peek, pcala, four years; JL IL
fetnffciandV Live Oak, one year; John
M. Mann, Lake Jtsuuer, lour years; i
E. Crump, Winter Haven, two years;
W. J. Buck, Brewster, two years; J
B. Griffin, St. Augustine, three years
All are physiciansi
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ARMOUR PLANT IN
Jacksonville, June 25. The local
packing plant of Armour & Com Company,
pany, Company, one of the largest in the south southeast,
east, southeast, has been close because of a
acK of cattle and hogs to enable It to
operate at a profit. It was capable of
handling 1000 hogs, and 500 cattle
daily and employed more than 100
men when operating at full capacity.
Closing of the plant, it is said, will
deprive 'Florida tock raisers of a
iaarket other than Cuba since quar quarantine
antine quarantine laws, because of the cattle tick,
prohibit shipment to practically every
Southern state. Cuba is able to ab ab-gorb
gorb ab-gorb 'only about ene-fourth?" of the
ptW produced in this state.
DESTROYERS WONT DESTROY
gpt WW He,P Celebrate the Building
. of the Jacksonville Bridge
Jacksonville, June 25. Six destroy
ers from the Atlantis fleet now sta
tionei at New York, will take part in
the naval display here in connection
'vtth the St. Johns river bridge cele
bration, June 30 to July 2.
. i k
OCALA WILL LOSE f V
A special to the Times-Union from
H is announced that P. H. Hensley,
of Ocala, who is now one of the
faculty of the summer school at
f!ainsville. has been appointed to
succeed Prof. B. B. Lane, as a mem
ber of the state board of examiners
and that Mr. Lane will succeed Mr.
Hensiley at Gainesville. The change
XU tf be effective JuJy 1st."
WILL TAKE A TRIP
TO THE WEST
Provided Congress Adjourns in Time,
is the Promise Made by
' (Associate Pressj j
Cheyenne, Wyo., June 2T. Presi
dent Harding has tentatively accepted
an invitation to visit Wyoming and
other western staes late in July, pro
vided Congress is not then in session,
according to advices received here to
Eegular meeting of the city coun
cil of the city of Ocala wan held at
the usual place at 8 o'clock p. m. on
this the 21st day of June, 1921. Meet
ing called to order by the president,
witi the following members present:
Councilmen A; A. Winer, C E. Sim-
rts, D. E. Mclver, B. Goldman and
Minutes of last regular meeting
rea.l and approved as recorded.
Request of J. Car&Lens for reduc
tion in assessment of residence prop property
erty property not granted, as time for consid
eration of tax complaints has passed.
Communication from the Ideal Ad
vertising Company -with reference to
trash containers was read and clerk
instructed to state in reply that the
council is of the opinion that the con
tainers belong to the city.
Thj president of the library board
called the council's attention to the
expiration of Mrs. C. L. Bittinger's
term of office as a member of the li library
brary library board and further requested
that she be re-appointed to the posi position
tion position for a term of five years. Mr.
Goldmnn moved that Mrs. Bittinger
be appointed a member of the free
public library board for a period of
ve year?. Motion vac sonded and
Communication was received from
otoi-gfe w. ounmeni;, tniei salutary
::riinecr for tho board of health, ask
ing for samples of water for analysis.
f he clerk was instructed to write for
containers for same.
Premium on bonds of Geo. F.
Young, city engineer, W. W. Clyatt,
tax colletcor and treasurer, and H. C.
Sistrunk, city clerk, were ordered
paid, all members voting yea upon
Petition of F. W. Cook, L. B. Mc Mc-Kenzie
Kenzie Mc-Kenzie and J. W. Akin, property
owners on East Sixth street from
Tuscawilla to Sanchez street, asking
that the council authorize the paving
of said street with lime rock, was
granted upon motion of MV. Simmons.
In compliance with section 7 of
the city ordinance governing the pub public
lic public library of Ocala, directors of said
library submitted report from June
1st, 1920. to ylune 1st, 1921, which
was read and, accepted.
Rest room report for May read and
filed for information.
City Manager McKenzie submitted
regular monthly report, which was
read and filed.
The following bills being approved
were ordered paid, all members vot
ing yea upon roll call: Ocala Wagon
Works, $24.55; louise Gamsby, ?50;
William Lumpkin, $3.33; city of
Ocala, $1.25; The Book Shop, $6.96.
Mr?. H. C. Dozier, Mrs. William
Hocker, Mr. L. W. Duval and Mr. D.
W. Tompkins appeared as a commit-?
tee representing property owners on
Oklawaha avenue and expressed their
confidence in the action of the council
in proposed pavement on Oklawaha
r.r previously outlined by the
engineer, and stated that they were
willing to leaye the. matter in the
bands of the council.
Mrs. E. L. Carney was present and
did not favor the proposed plans and
asked that the petition preyipusly
presented be followed,
An ordinance entitled An ordinance
regulating the soliciting of subscrip
tions for stock, bonds or other secu
rities of any corporation, by any per persons,
sons, persons, firms. or corporations, in the
city of Ocala, and requiring a license
tax to be paid by such persons, firms
or corpoartions, was introduced by
Mr. Goldman, placed upon first read
ing and referred to the head of the
department of justice.
An ordinance entitled An ordinance
providing for the construction of
curbs and gutters along portions of
Main street, North Magnolia street,
Oklawaha avenue, Washington street,
Watula street. Adama street, Tusca Tuscawilla
willa Tuscawilla street, Anthony road, Herbert
street. Fifth Street, Lake Weir ave avenue,
nue, avenue, Broadway or Exposition street,
Pine street, South Third street, South
Magnolia street, Eighth street, Or
ange street or avenue and Academy
street, having been returned by the
head of department of justice approv approved
ed approved was placed upon second reading,
read and adopted by sections. Ordi Ordinance
nance Ordinance placed upon third and final
reading, read by title and adopted, all,
members voting yea upon roll call, j
. The city attorney and clerk were J
OLD MAN GOilUPERS
Looks Like the Radicals are Slipping
Their Grip on American
Federation of Labor
Denver, June 25. Samuel Gompers
was re-elected "president of the Am American
erican American Federation of Labor today.
AGAINST FEMALE EQUALITY
The convention voted down a con constitutional
stitutional constitutional amendment designed to
give women "equal rights and privi privileges
leges privileges of membership in the union of
their trade or industry." All affiliated
unions, however, were urged not to
discriminate against the woman Wage
earner and admit her to membership.
COLOR LINE STANDS
Efforts to wipe out the "color line"
in organized labor organizations also
failed. The convention cook the stand
that national and international unions
could not be compelled to recognize
negro workers, and"" that this was a
matter to be adjusted by conferences
between the negro wage earners and
the various organizations.
DECKER AND REYNOLDS
Daytona, June 25. W. H. Decker,
of Key West, brother-in-law of Loril Loril-lard
lard Loril-lard Reynolds, -assaulted and shot
h.-e the night of June 9th, in a.state a.state-ment
ment a.state-ment today declared both Reynolds
and himself were convinced that Rus Russell
sell Russell Dymond, who was with Reynolds
when he was assaulted, had aotTring
to do with the attack. Dymond is at
liberty on a $5000 bond pending a pre preliminary
liminary preliminary hearing for assault with in intent
tent intent to murder,
Decker also stated he believes the
assault was the result of Reynolds'
announced intention of going to New
York to testify in connection with
alleged graft there. Reynolds was
ai'acked a few days before he was to
hive left for New Y'ork. Reynolds
left yesterday ofr a sanitarium.
A MONTH'S OUTING AT
UNCLE SAM'S EXPENSE
Beginning July 18th at Carr.p Jack-
son, near coiumoia, &. several
thousand young men from Florida
and nearby Southern states will
gather for drill, out-door sports and
Uncle Sam pays every necessary
expense from the time the boy leaves
home until he returns home, includ including
ing including transportation, board, lodging,
uniforms, medical and dental atten attention,
tion, attention, eac. A great many high school
boys will attend. New friendships
will be made and a fine outing will be
enjoyed. Applicants must submit a
statement from a local physician
that their- physical condition is good good-He
He good-He must submit refeernces as to his
good moral character. There is no
obligation for military service beyond
the month in camp,
Here is a fine chance for a Florida
bov to make a trip to Columbia, S.
C, passing through Georgia en route.
He will meet lots of fine boys from
Florida and other states, learn a
number of new out-door sports and
games in which whole companies will
engage. The camp has several the theaters
aters theaters and social clubs, libraries and
other facilities for spending spare
time. .Drills, mass athletics, etc., will
take but five hours a day.
Applicants must be at least 16
years of age and not over 35.
Application should be made to the
Commanding General, Fourth Corps,
Arear, Fort McPherson, Ga., or to the
American Legion Headquarters, Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Fla,
FOR SALE Gentle goat, broke to
harness, 1.3.50. Apply to J. Chas.
Smith, Ninth St., or phone491. 3t
authorized to get proper data for
serving notices on property owners
for the construction of curbs and
Matter of disposing of 300 feet of
old fire hose was left in the hands of
Mr. Thomas was authorized to dis dispose
pose dispose of all of city stock of street and
sanitary departments except one.
Upon motion of iir. Thomas, Mr.
Simmons and Mr. McKenzie were au authorized
thorized authorized to bny a truck for the light
and water department.
Mr. McKenzie was instructed to see
what can be dorte in regard to equip equipping
ping equipping repair shop for the city trucks.
Mr. Simmons and Supt. McKenzie
were authorized to sell the two units
at old light plant at best price.
The tax collection was instructed to
compile data for collection of road
tax due city and present to the board
of county commissioners,
Council thereupon adjourned till
next regular meeting.
Another Jawfest in the Attempt, to
Bring the Coal Strike
to an End
London, June 25. Both striking
miners and tnine owners have accept accepted
ed accepted an invitation from Premier Lloyd
George to confer with him Monday
with the view of endeavoring to reach
a settlement of the coal strike which
has been in progress almost three
BETTING IS LIGHT ON
THE BIG FISTFIGnT
New York, June 25. Wagering on
the Dempsey-Carpentier bout for the
world's heavyweight championship at
Jersey City, July 2, is extremely light
despite interest on two continents
that promises to eclipse that evidenc evidenced
ed evidenced in any previous title battle. Both
men have numerous admirers who, as
yet, have failed to back their opinions
with much money. Stimulated wager wagering
ing wagering is expected on the eve of the bout
wit ha probable inflow of currency
According to figures at which some
money has been wagered in Wall
street, Jack Dempsey seems likely to,
go into the ring an odds on favorite
at 3 to 1. Although in past bouts
for the title the champion, almost in invariably
variably invariably has been the favorite, not
since the Sullivan-Corbett battle has
the title holder been so strongly fa fa-fover
fover fa-fover in a bout of major worth. v Sul Sullivan
livan Sullivan was a 4 to 1 choice over "Gen "Gentleman
tleman "Gentleman Jim." Willard was a 2 to 1
favorite over Jack Dempsey when the
challenger won at Toledo. Jim Jeff Jeffries
ries Jeffries entered the ring favored at 2
to 1 to beat Jack Johnson at Reno.
Johnson, three weeks before he met
Jess Willard at Havana, was a 3 to 1
favorite but these figures shifted as
the day of the bout approached and
the negro climbed into the ring with
the odds of only 6 to 5 in his favor.
Jim Corbett was approximately a 2 to
1 shot over Bob Fitzsimmons when
they. met at Carson City.
The total amount of money wager wagered
ed wagered on the coming battle to date is
estimated by a New York sporting
man net to exceed $75,000. A large
part of this amount has been placed
in so-called "freak" bets. Odds' of 9
to have have been quoted that Demp Dempsey
sey Dempsey will win by a knockout. Persons
who back Carpentier to drop Demp
sey for the count demand odds of 20
to s. Odd of 10 to 1 have been ask asked
ed asked by persons who would wager that
Carpentier will not answer the bell
for the third round.
Paris, almost hysterical in its en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm for the French war hero,
nevertheless is dubious when money
is mentioned. Word, received here
states that Dempsey rules as 8 to 5
favorite on the boulevards, with little
Betting men believe that the lack of
wagering is due largely to the fact
that Carpentier's supporters desire
unreasonable odds. Also, they declare
that the international aspect of the
conte&t, while making for the unusual
interest which will draw the greatest
"gate" in the ring's history, is large
ly sentimental and. not conducive to
heavy wagering for that reason.
"The bout does not compare with
the Jeffries-Johnson and the Willard-
Dempsey battles at a corespondlng
period," one Broadway was declared
"There was at least $2,000,000 wager
ed on the result of the Toledo battle
and it is safe to say that as much or
more changed hands at Reno when
Jeffries lost to Johnson,"
About thirty-five happy' little tots
responded to the invitation of Mrs. B,
F. Borden to come to her. home yes
terday afternoon to assist her in cele
brating the fourth birthday of her
younger son, Billy. Mrs. George
Williams and Miss Mary Scott assist-
ed Mrs. Borden in entertaining the
young guests at all sorts of merry
games, which took place on the lawn,
A very courteous act of Billy's was of those who served during the world
the extending of an invitation to his j war, indicate that Mr. Rainey was
party without his mother's knowledge commissioned August 15, -1917, and
to Mis. Susan Saunders and Mrs. Jea- .was discharged October 6, 1919.
sie Marshall, who are young in their j This man's name was included on
eighties. After enjoying the many ', the list of alleged draft deserters be be-different
different be-different games, Mrs. Borden witn J cause of the final report of the draft
those assisting served refreshments ? officials, showing him to be in a
of ice cream, cake, candy and pop- status of desertion, he not having
then enjoyed. Soon after the re
freshments were served, the happy
v. KAi-t. nt inv v Ha
lightful afternoon spent with their
playmate, and Billy was the recipient
of many pretty gifts,
Increase your sales. J.dvertis.
RUTH PILES UP
MORE HOME HIS
Good Results of a Week's Work
Among the Leaders of the
Chicago, June 25. The individual
leaders in the baseball world up to
and including last Wednesday were:
Home runs: Ruth, of the Ameri American
can American League, with 25; Meusel, of Phil Philadelphia,
adelphia, Philadelphia, National League, 11.
Leading hitters: Heilman, of the
Detroit team, leads the American
League with an average of .414;
Hornsby of St. Louis, leads in the
National League, with .419.
Stolen bases: In the American
League, Sisler of St. Louis, leads with
15, while in the National League,
Carey of Pittsburg, and Frisch, of
New Y'ork, are tied with 15 each.
FREAK SHOWS WILL BE
NO LONGER SEEN IN FLORIDA
Tallahassee, June 25. The "Wild
Man from Borneo' 'or "The Fattest
Woman in Captivity" no more will be
the object of the youngster's admir admiring
ing admiring gaze and his elders' curiosity as a
result of the passage by the legisla
ture of a bill directed against the ex
hibition of "freaks" in this state. The
measure was sponsored by Mrs. R.
Fleming Bowden. of Jacksonville,
president of the Jacksonville 'Humane
Society, and met with little opposition
in either house.
The law prohibits the showing of
any "crippled or physically distorted,
malformed or disfigured man, woman
or child in any circus, show or simi similar
lar similar place or in any other place in
which an admission fee is charged."
Similar restriction is made against
the exhibition of "freak" animals.
Proponents of the law declared
that frequently animals were distort distorted
ed distorted by surgical operation for the pur
pose of exhibition.
James Hall, the local representa representative
tive representative of the E. A. Strout Farm Agency,
has just received several thuosand
illustrtaed booklets descriptive of the
opportunities that thi county offers
to the prospective homeseeker, from
every nook and come rof the globe,
whose eyes are turned to Florida.
Through persistent advertising of
this kind Mr. Hall is able to place in
our" midst from three to four sub
stantial farmers each month. What
we need in our county today is more
hustling, progressive fanners, who
are potsed on the conditions in the
north and west, as they are in better
position to co-operate in marketing
their produce to the best advantage.
We have one or two men who landed
in this county during the past winter,
who made more than enough off their
produce grown this spring to pay for
the farms which they purchased.
What these men have done, others
can do. Suppose we all get busy and
boost this section. It is the best place
in Florida to live We have good soil,
excellent transportation facilities and
good ronJs, and no matter what line
of farming a man cares to engage in,
he can make a success of it.
Headquarters Fourth Corps Area,
Fort McPherson, Ga., June 22.
Froro the commanding general.
To all whom it may concern.
Subject: Lawrence W. Rainey,
Order No. 559, Local Board for Tal Talladega
ladega Talladega County, Ala.
Under date of June 20, 1921, in information
formation information was received from the war
department that the charge of deser desertion
tion desertion standing against Lawrence W.
Rainey, order No. 559, a registrant of
the local board for TalHdega county,
Ala., had been set aside.
Draft records indicate that this
I man was Inducted into the military
service from a status of delinquency
! on December 13, 1917. and because of
; his failure to report as directed
j certified as a deserter. The records
. un -,!r """""
J It is requested that this notice K .l m0Tf cLS
. ... .. - .. ... ... Mrs. Mamie Fox s cottage on bancnez
given publicity identical with that;'""1 . T
fnv.n f th WT ; street directly m front of Mr. J. K.
'WrI nf Tiwr mnntv. Al on
'which Mr. Riiuey's name appeared.
J. F. Morrison,
Major Geenral, U. S. A.
Si VOHES reduced to 65 cents at
TO LIIIIIEK FAILEI
He Catered to the North Carolina
White Vote and then Forgot
Washington, June 25. A favorable
report by the Senate judiciary com committee
mittee committee on the nomination of Frank A.
Linney, republican state chairman of
North Carolina, to be United States
district attorney for the western dis district
trict district of that state appeared assured
today, following the hearing by a
sub-committee of the views of white
and negro republicans of North Caro Carolina.
lina. Carolina. "Negro republicans of Korth Caro Carolina
lina Carolina opposed Linney's nomination be because
cause because he sent out under his signature
during the last campaign a letter
promising the women voters of the
state a white government in the event
of republican success at the polls.
Linney's supporters at the hearing
are said to have testified the letter in
question was not written by the chair chairman
man chairman and was sent out without his
knowledge, he being ill at the time
WANTED TO BLOW UP
FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
San Francisco, June 25. Two men
were arrested here today charged
with conspiracy to blow up the new
federal reserve bank buildingnow un under
der under construction- The men are accus
ed of offering George Steele money to
put dynamite in the boilers of the
EATnER NEXT WEEK
( Assoc lit ed Press)
Washington, June 25. Tempera Temperature
ture Temperature above normal with generally fair
weather except for probable scattered
thunder showers is .the forecast for
Florida the week beginning Sunday.
CHICAGO MAN BEAT
BRITISH AT GOLF
St. Andrews, June 25. Jock Hutch Hutchinson,
inson, Hutchinson, of Chicago, won the British
open championship here today by de defeating
feating defeating Roger Wethered, the Oxford
amateur, in the play off of their tie.
UNCLE SAM GENERALLY
WINDS THEM UP
Toledo, June 25. Eleven .of the
thirteen defendants in Toledo's mill
ion dollar postomce robbery were
convicted by a federal jury this morn
ing. Sentences were deferred.
Jessie Aikens, a reliable employe
of the Wilson Cypres3 Company, who
was working at the camp about six
miles east of Ocala, has his life crush crushed
ed crushed out by a tree falling on him Friday
afternoon. Mr. Aikins came to Ocala
last February and was living with
his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Aikens at No. 508 N. Pond
street. He leaves to mourn his loss
his father and mother, two sisters,
Mrs. Mamie English of Griffin, Ga.,
and Mrs. Clyde Purifoy of Ocala,
and two brothers, Curtis and J. B.
Aikens of Ocala. Funeral announce
ment will be made later. Roberts &
Spencer are in charge of the arrange
STAR NEVER PRLNTED
ANY SUCn REPORTS
(Special to the Star)
Atlanta, June 25. Statements dis
paraging the value of newspaper pab pab-licity
licity pab-licity arid belitting the help newspa newspapers
pers newspapers have given the Red Cross are at
tributed to H. E Season of an Ala-
toma newspaper. Soch sentiments
are so utterly at variance with the
facts and so unthinkable in view of
the indispensable service the newspa newspapers
pers newspapers have always given the Red Cross,
I am telegraphing to assure yoa they
are not concurred in by officials, chap chapters
ters chapters or members of the Red Cross.
We know the newspapers have al always
ways always been unselfishly generous and
without their help the Red Cross
could not exist as it does. Such state statements
ments statements are so obviously silly that we
earnestly request you to set us right
before your readers.
. Legs re Davis; Davis;-Direct"
Direct" Davis;-Direct" 'of Public Information.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Chazal and
Dewey s nome.
Just arrived, avocado pears, Geor Georgia
gia Georgia peaches, California plums, grape grapefruit,
fruit, grapefruit, oranges, lemons, bananas, can-
dy, etc. Quality Fruit tSore. Fhone
HE VILL HOT HIT
Strong Argument for Misguided Citi Citi-rens
rens Citi-rens Who Keep Prirate Stflla
in Their Cellars
f Associated Press
Wilkesbarre, Pa, June 25. The ex explosion
plosion explosion of a private still in his cellar
Wednesday resulted in the death of
Joseph Fryer, of Parsons, near here,
who was showered with burning whis whisky,
ky, whisky, it became known here today thru
a physician's report.
J. a CANINGTON KILLED
BY A. L. PARKER
A. L. Parker shot and instantly
killed J. B. Canington at the home of
the latter about a mile west' of Orange
Lake at an early hour this morning,
using a double-barrel gun loaded with
After the killing Parker returned
to his home in Mcintosh and telephon telephoned
ed telephoned to Deputy Sheriff McCarley what
he had done. Deputy Perkins- and
Judge Futch, on being notified, left
' immediately for Orange Lake, where
me isiter conducted a coroner's in in-quest.over
quest.over in-quest.over the body of Canington.
Parker was brought in and lodged
in the county jaiL
The coroner's jury consisted of D.
E. Jones. O. Martindale, C. E. Cork,
J. R. Thomas, J. C Smith and E. L.
The trouble arose over a land dis dispute,
pute, dispute, Canington having rented lands
owned by Parker.
Canington came to this county about
two years ago from Georgia, where his
family now resides. The remains are
in charge of Pyles & Company, await
ing the arrival of Canington's son.
Judge Futch has not set the date
for Parker's preliminary, but it will
probably be the early part of next
Miss Ruth Simmons entertained in
very novel manner today for her
guest, Miss Mary Lane of Orlando.
Miss Simmons' -other guests for the
day were Misses Rhoda Thomas, Ca Caroline
roline Caroline White and Ullainee Barnett.
Before breakfast the young ladies
went to Silver Springs and after a
dip in the water, breakfasted with
Mr. CarmichaeL Soon after they re returned
turned returned to Miss Simmons' home, where
they enjoyed games, sewing etc., and
a delightful dinner.
VISITING PREACHER AT
THE BAPTIST CHURCH
Tomrrow morning at the 11 o'clock
service, Kev. tavrm. u. Bowyer, or
Cleveland, Ohio, will preach at the
Baptist church. Mr. Bowyer is a man
of wide experience and is reputed to
be an excellent singer as well as
preacher. He is engaged specifically,
just now, in the work of the Chris
tian and missionary alliance and may
hold special services here in Ocala
during the next few days at a place
to be announced. All are cordially
invited to hear Mr. Bowyer tomorrow
morning. The pastor. Dr. C. L. Col Collins,
lins, Collins, will preach at the right service
at 8 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Wheeler will
arrive in Ocala this afternoon by au automobile
tomobile automobile from Tampa, en route to
their home at Fort Lauderdale. They
will remain several days as guests at
the home of Mrs. WTieeler's aunt,
Mrs. George Taylor on Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. The following were shoppers in the
city yesterday: Mrs. C E. Bateman
and son, Edmund and the former's
mother, Mrs. B. W. Washburn, of Mc Mcintosh;
intosh; Mcintosh; G. A. Shaw, Wild wood; Mrs,
Bargainer, Dunnellon; Mr. F. Sthroe Sthroe-der,
der, Sthroe-der, Lowell; Mr. W. T. Merrison, Ev Ev-inston;
inston; Ev-inston; Mrs. Ida Fore, Lacota,' and
Mr. V. E- Knoblock. LowelL
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Knowles of In Inverness,
verness, Inverness, are receiving congratulations
upon the arrival of a son at their
home in Inverness. He has been giv given
en given the name Hugh Patterson Jr. Mr.
and Mrs. Knowles formerly resided
in Ocala, and have many friends here
who will learn with interest of the
Mrs. Joseph Caldwell, two sons,
Joe and' EarL and daughter, Doris,
are visitors in the city, guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. James Enges Enges-ser.
ser. Enges-ser. Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell and fam family
ily family formerly resided in Ocala and have
a host of friends who are always
glad to welcome them here. Mr.
Caldwell was superintendent of the
electric light plant when he resided in
Ask your next door neighbor what
she thinks of FEDERAL rolls. She's
been using them a long time and is a
competent judge, 21-Ct
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Legal advertisements at legal rates.
When Denby reprimanded Sims, he
probably had his fingers crossed, and
its more than likely that Sims put
his tongue in his cheek as soon as he
could -do so without loss ofxh'gnity.
There is a job for every idle man in
the Kansas harvest fields at from $4
to $5 per day. Tampa Times.
Those jobs are not very popular,
They are real work.
The spectacle of an American nava
officer, who on sheer merit won his
way to high promotion, being repri
manded in order to please the allies
of Germany, will not do this admin
istration any good.
Your liberty and victory bonds wil
be worth 100 cents on the dollar if
you hold on to them until they are
due. If you wap them for wildcat
stocks, they will not be worth any
Bergdoll may get angry at the U
S., but according to his past record
he will never get mad enough to fight
it. St. Augustine Record.
Bergdoll should join the Menno
Shakspere when he wrote "Much
Ado About Nothing," was not writing
about women's clothes. Tampa
The' morality of Shakspere's day
would now be considered moral lep
State Attorney M. A. McMullen of
Clearwater has been appointed by
Governor Hardee as judge of the
sixth circuit court to fill the vacancy
created by the resignation of Judge
O. K. Reaves. State Senator E. P.
Wilson, of Dade City, was appointed
to succeed Mr. McMullen as state at attorney.
torney. attorney. Mayor Anderson is going to appoint
one of Ocala's prettiest girls to rep represent
resent represent our city at the Jacksonville
bridge celebration. There are so
many of them, we don't see how he
will. make, a selection unless he puts
all their names on slips of paper in a
hat, blindfolds Henry Sistrunk and
has him pick one out.
Old man Gomners has committed
one real beneficial and American act
he has denounced William Randolph
Hearst as a "traitor to the cause of
Americn, to the cause of freedom and
an enemy of labor and of Ireland."
When making those remarks before
the Amciican Federation of Labor at
Denver, Sam seemed to have the
crowd with him.
Asks the Ocala Star: "Say, if you
was on a steamship out in the middle
of the ocean whfch would you rather
. have for captain Sims or Daniels?"
If I must tell my choice of "which,"
I would say without subterfuge or
camouflage that I would prefer to
have Sims. I think he is by far the
UAt ALU GOOD
L"to COMS & tW 64 -UE&.
better man in every way. If more
newspapers would state their honest
beliefs, and study the question, and
refuse to go off half -cocked because of
a lot of propaganda sent out by those
who have an axe to whet, I wouldn't
be so lonesome in my views. I thank
you. Amen. Thorne in Kissimmee
Us and Sims are both proud of
your endorsement, Thorne. However,
you are not lonesome. Well bet the
majority of your readers agree with
War between England and America
as certain, as inevitable, as was
war by England against Germany; it
is, at most, a question of a few years
This startling statement is uttered
casually by the New York Irish
World in the course of an editorial on
Rear Admiral William Sowden Sims'
unflattering characterization of Am
encan Sinn Feiners in an after after-luncheon
luncheon after-luncheon speech in London. Literary
Who in gehenna gave the Irish
World right to speak for America?
That story of the "black horror on
the Rhine," faked up by the hyphen
ates to win sympathy in 'America for
Germany, has proved a boomerang.
Travelers of all nations are avoiding
that area and nobody is suffering ex
cept the German hotel keepers and
others who cater to an usually good
tourist business. American newspa
per men have never been able to find
any truth in the story, and the coun
cil of health at Baden officially re
It u ;ed to be that when a fellow got
full some of his friends had to go
down and bail him out. Now the su
preme court says it is all right to let
him soak. Leesburg Commercial.
That may; be all right, but you had
better not get drunk on the streets
of Ocala. It might be that just then
all the newspaper men in town
wouldn't have money enough to bai
AM THEY A HELL?'
The newly appointed pastor of a
colored church announced that his
firsf sermon, would be "Am They
Hell or Am They Not, an, I Will Prove
that They Am."
The church was packed as the new
parson arose to prove his assertion
"Brethren," he said, "the Lord made
the world round like a ball." "Amen,'
cried the congregation. "And the
Lara made tne world so it could go
round and round." "Amen," was the
response. "And the Lord made two
axles 'for the world to go round on,
and he put one axle at the north pole
and one axle at the south pole
"Amen," agreed the congregation.
"And the Lord put a lot of oil and
axle grease in the center of the world
so as to keep the axles well greased
and oiled." "Amen," said the con
gregation. "And then a lot of sin
ners dig wells in Pennsylvania and
steal the Lord's oil and grease. And
they dig wells in Kentucky, Louisi
ana, Oklahoma and lexas and in
Mexico and Russia and steal the
Lord's grease and oil. And some day
they'll dig so many wells that they
will have all of the Lord's 'oil and
grease and them two axles is going to
get hot. And then, that will be hell
brethren, that will be hell." The
The darkey preacher may be right.
and -among the first to be pushed up
against the axles will be the phony
stock salesmen who try to sell oi
wells that have no oil.
THE BOY SCOUTS
The end of an active week. The
s'couts have really' spent seven day
this week in scout work. Every night
has been meeting night, and from
to 15 scouts have gathered at the
scoutmaster's home to pass test, and
get his help in subjects they did notj
fully understand, and they are mak-!
iner splendid headway.
Last night the scouts went to Sil
ver Springs, to hear Chief Running
Deer talk on scouting. Chief Run Running
ning Running Deer is the son of that famous
Chief Rain-in-the-Face, and is on hisj
way to South Florida, from Califor California.
nia. California. He is only 66 years old, but a
fine speaker for so young a man. The
"pale face" might learn many points
from him on how to live.
The Boy Scouts from Nashville,
Ga., 'are camping at the springs, and
the Ocala scouts are thinking of
playing them a game of baseball.
Say, Ocala sure has a live troop.
A vote of thanks goes to Mr. H. A.
Davies, for his services yesterday,
and the Coca-Cola Bottling Works for
the ues of its truck last night.
The scoutmaster said last nihgt:
"It's such interest as this, shown by
the town people, that puts heart into
the boys and their leader."
Our Specialty Is
MAZON & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Geri gs
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
3:30 p. m. Evangelist Edwin L.
Bowyer will speak and sing. Subject,
"The Blessings of kthe Gospel." Look
for notice concerning future meetings.
Rev. C. I Collins, D. D.t Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Worship with sermon.
Preaching by Rev. Edwin I Bowyei,
of Cleveland, Ohio, on the ,4heme.
"The Name of the Lord."
7 p. m. Junior B. Y. P. U.
7 p. m. Senior B. Y. P. U.
8 p. m. Evening service with brief
sermon by Dr. Collins. Subject, "The
Gospel an Unconquerable Power."
C. W. White, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. L. W.
11 a. m. Preaching.
7 p. m. Senior League.
8 p. m. Preaching by Rev. Edwin
L. Bowyer of Cleveland, O. Music by
young people's choir.
All services in Temple theater.
(Rev. W. F. Creson, Pastor)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. Mr. N.
. Russell, superintendent.
11 a. m. Divine worship.
Subject of sermon, "I Am Debtor."
7 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
This meeting will be on the lawni
under the trees.
8 p. m. Evening worship.
Subject of sermon. "The Hope of
Glory." As usual the evening serv
ices will be held in the open air. A
most cordial invitation is extended
John J. Neighbour, Rector
(Fifth Sunday After Trinity)
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser sermon.
mon. sermon. 8 "p. m. Choral evensong.
Miss Willie Mae Lang will sing as
the offertory solo, "Hear Us, O
Subject of address. "What Did
Jesus Say About 'Love'?"
This will be the last of the evening
services for the season.
The public is cordially invited.
Christian Science Services
Room 5, Merchant's Block
11 o'clock Sundays.'
Wednesday evening meeting at
GARDEN WORK MEANS HEALTH
Benefit of Cultivation, Even of Small
Plot, Have Been Proved to
Community gardens have been en encouraged
couraged encouraged In the city of Philadelphia
for the last twenty-three years, pri primarily
marily primarily as a means of helping people
to help themselves.
The same class of work has been
carried on In other cities for shorter
periods of time, with an equal degree
of success and satisfaction, according
to the United States Department of
The original object In every case
was to hslp the people to provide food
at home, but incidentally and un unexpectedly
expectedly unexpectedly a number of other benefits
which in their way have proved of
greater value than the original pur purpose
pose purpose have developed.
These save to do with the health
and pleasure of the families of the
gardeners as n result of their outdoor
exercise and contact with nature.
A game of golf is all right as a con constitutional
stitutional constitutional for those who can afford it.
The number, however, who play golf is
small as compared with the thousands
of those who take their exercise and
outdoor life cult! rating gardens.
The cultivation of the garden a'so
r:i the advantage that It adds to the
v. altb of both the gardeners and the
The Small Town.
All America Is watching the small
town, studying It. Interpreting It, seek seeking
ing seeking through It to discover the depths
and intimacies of national life, asserts
a high school principal In Virginia.
It seems that whereas the small boy
still imagines the city as the place con containing
taining containing the "great big things" of the
world, yet when he attains intelligent
and experienced manhood he contin continues
ues continues to return to the village for the
"really" big things which denote the
nation's true character. Several years
ago. says the principal, even New
York forgot Broadwsy to listen to th
broken silences of Spoon river, and
the dramas and novels engaging the
attention of the most serious of the
metropolitan critics of today are those
dealing with the problems of the Main
street village. The country community
Is no longer obscure.
Proper School Grounds.
When provision has been made for
tbe different playground activities the
sttentlon should be turned to the
beautifying of the school grounds by
mtvi! s of planting trees and shrubs.
This planting should be made for pro protection,
tection, protection, such as a windbreak on the
sides from which the prevailing winds
blow, and for shade In the early days
of summer or fall. It will be neces necessary
sary necessary to set the trees some distance
from the school building, probably 75
or 100 feet distant. In order to give
room for the playground apparatus.
All planting should be kept close to
the boundary lines and tbe founda foundation
tion foundation of the building.
Ask your next door neighbor what
she thinks of FEDERAL rolls. She's
been using them a long time and is a
competent judge. 21-t
CURB BILLBOARD NUISANCE
Rules Adopted by Kansas City for
the Prcper Regulation of Out Outdoor
door Outdoor Advertising.
Kansas City authorities have drawn
up rules for the regulation of "out "outdoor
door "outdoor advertising." Other communi communities
ties communities would do well to give the matter
careful consideration. Many place
have even gone to the Ivnsrth of for forbidding
bidding forbidding the billboard altot-ttier, as a
nuisance. Whether such a move is
advisable is a mooted question, but
all will concede that regulation of
some sort is necessary. The .Kansas
City rules are as follows:
"No waste or other rubbish result resulting
ing resulting from any billboard or outdoor ad advertising
vertising advertising sign shall be allowed to
accumulate on or in th vicinity of
the premises where the same is
"Bottoms of all signs shall be at
least three feet from the ground.
"No outdoor advertising thall be
permitted or allowed to be maintained
without an annual license from the
division of highways of the depart department
ment department of public works."
None of the foregoing rules shall
apply to outdoor advertising which Js
notwithin public view of a highway,
public Dark or reservation; nor to
aims or other devices erected and
maintained in conformity with exist existing
ing existing law. advertlsine or indicating the
person occucvine the premises In ques question
tion question or the business transacted there thereon,
on, thereon, or ad-.Mtlsins the prooerty Itself
or any nsrt thereof as for sale or to
let; nor to advertising for public pur pur-Doses
Doses pur-Doses hv the commonwealth or any
Any cltv or town, bv ordinance or
by law, may wholly exclude outdoor
advertising from sweolned districts.
Any license mnv he revoked for a
violation of anv of these regulations
or anv nrovislon contained In the
It is the opinion of the proponents
that a sufficiently laree license fee be
required to cover the expense of
proper superintendence of this bus business,
iness, business, so that it will not be necessary
to license great numbers of these de devices.
vices. devices. In order to obtain .sufficient
revenue to cover the proper expense
of adequate supervision.
BETTER THAN THE SIGNBOARD
Street Lights, Prorerly Treated Ara
Found to Be More Effective Than
The ordinary street lights In a fash fashionable
ionable fashionable suburb of iR'troit. Mifh.. :ire
iiow neing usea
as roadside dan danger
ger danger .signals ;n
place of the s'rn s'rn-boards
boards s'rn-boards ported
and usually ig ignored,
nored, ignored, hereto heretofore.
fore. heretofore. Conversion
of a light at a
or crossing Into a
warning sigra! Is
simply a matter
of painting a red
circle, 8 In. in
diameter, on the
of the 16-ln.
globe. A- tbe-e
globes are carried
b y ornamental
Sign That Will
Iron poles, 12 ft.
high, the red disks can be seen ciearly
both In the daytime and when the
current Is on.. and have proved mre
efficient than the signboard. Popuiar
Milwaukee's Shade Trees.
Milwaukee Ims S'..,.:k shade trees
on Its streets and boulevards. This
does not in hn!e trees in the city
parks or on private ;roperty. The
varieties are: Clm. 4f per cent; soft
maple. 18; box elder. 9; baswood,
7; ash. f; poplar. 4. The" forestry
department favors vim. Beginning
April 1, the- department will plant
3.000 trees, of whirh 2.000 will be
elm, fiOO nonvay majJe and 250 each
ash and basswood. The trees are
planted 35 to 40 feet apart, no tree
being planted less than 20 feet from
a corner. The cost is assessed to
the property owner. The city speci specifies
fies specifies the variety to be used on each
street, so as to obtain uniformity.
Look After the Trees Now.
Industrial communities are prone to
undervalue the products of nature
until It Is too late. A fine tree Is the
product of from 2t to f-0 years of
growth. It cannot be hurried; nature
will not hasten her steps at man's
wish. No amount of money can speed
the development of any tree beyond a
certain pace, though money can pro provide
vide provide good conditions for growth. To
save a tree, therefore. Is to save some something
thing something which only a generation or more
Model English Towns.
The model industrial town idea, orig originated
inated originated some years it go In the United
States. Is to be applied to a system of
Industrial garden cities which In time
will rim the city of London. The proj project
ect project Is an attempt to .n!ve London's
housing problem an 1 at tfie same time
prevent overwhelming congestion In
Igloo' Has Advantage.
An igloo is perhaps the best exam example
ple example of a house that conforms to the
urroun. lings to be found the wide
world over. Tliey say the Igloo Is
rather cramped for room, but on the
other hand the high cost of living can
have little effect on the price of "build "building
ing "building materials" wltMn the arctic circle.
And to the erp!orer t;e glimpse of an
Ice hut through a gathering storm
must seem more Inspiring than a hun hundred
dred hundred boulevards to a city dweller.
This is a Studebaker year.
OF INTEREST. TO
St. Leo College, St. Leo, Fla.
Dear Parer.ts: I have beard it re remarked
marked remarked that our country is going edu educationally
cationally educationally mad. Of course, every one
who has- given this matter any serious
thought knows it is not so. But what
has happened is this: Every parent
knows today that ignorance in our
country is no longer a fad. Every
thoughtful parent eralizes that the
eight primary grades are not sufficient
to equip our rising generation to
solve contemporary problems. At least
a high school education must be had
to prepare one efficiently to mrusTre
up to the demand of oar times.
If you are contemplating to give
your boy the benefits of a high school
education, we respectfully ask you to
get in touch with us.
Father John, St, Leo College,
21-3t Saint Leo. Fla.
The annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Cluksofi Hardware
Company will Le held at the office of
the company in Ocala. Florida, on
Tuesday, July 5th, 1921, at 8 o'clock
p. m. F. E. Wetberbee,
22-1 t Secretary and Treasurer.
The Woman's Auxiliary of tbe
American Legion will. have a special
meeting Friday night at 8 o'clock at
tho armory. Members are. urged to
attend to make plans for a boat trip
June 30. Chaire L. Moremen,
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
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 Visiting
ing Visiting sovereigns are a1 ways welcome.
II. B. Baxter, a C
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. &
mtcts at tbe Masonic ball tbe second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook. Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
!M moot a ok tha Ant ant tttipil
(hursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey. W. M.
B. L Adams, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19.. Convention
held every Monday evening at 7:?U
o'clock at the castle ball, over the
C. Greene Co. drugstore. A tordml
velcome to v kiting brothers.
Tom Proctor, C
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R, & S
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of tbe Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
H. S. Wesson, H. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B.P.O.E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday eve evenings
nings evenings of each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Trailer's end tbe Book
Shop, 113 Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R.
C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
Tulola Lodge No. 22, I. O. O.
meets every Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock at the Odd Fellows ball in tbe
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
T. a Carter. N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
When cotton is selling as cheap as
it did before the war everything is
bound to decline; buying only in small
quantities we are always able to give
you the beneSt of these declines, and
you will always find that we will sell
you as low as the lowest regardless
of sales. TRY US. FISHEL'S, across
from Marion Hardware Co. 2-3t
tl VOILES reduced to 5 cents at
is the spirit of modern times.
The organized, endeavor of the
men behind this bank the ex experience,
perience, experience, knowledge and vision
of our officers and directors"
makes a connection here "all
the more desirable.
Avail yourself of our organiza organization
tion organization by becoming a member of
our family of depositors.
Chambliss National Bank
J. H. SPENCER
Spencer -Pedrick Motor Co.
"VESTA" Battery Ser Service
vice Service Station
GOODYEAR and V. S.
FULLY EQUIPPED GARAGE, EMPLOYING ONLY EFFICIENT
MECHANICS, ASSURING PROMPT SERVICE AT ALL TIMES
Spenccr-Peilricli Motor Co.
OCALA, PHONE 271 FLORIDA
KINDTS MUSIC STORE
Pianos and Organs Phonographs and Records
Sewing Machines and Supplies
Expert Repairing of Phonographs, Sewing Machines,
Organs and Pianos
r CASH OR TERMS,
Thank yoa for y oar patronage 306 N. MAGNOLIA ST.
WHITE 'STAR L.1EM
Negotiable Storage Ktcript Iurd
MOVS. PACK. SHIP
Cash and Carry Meat Market
Located in the CRESCENT GROCERY CO.'t Store
We handle stall fed Beef, the very best Veal and
Pork.- Pay for your meat and not for your
neigebor's who does not pay for his.
We ask you for your patponage and
Thank You in advance.
Cash and Carry Meat MarKet
THE WINDSOR MOTEL
In tbe heart of tbe city with Hemming Park for a front ytrrd.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room serrks I
second to nose
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. fAVANAUGH
W. R. PEDRICK
. Service Station
FOR ALL MAKES OF
TIRES and TUBES
GASOLINE, OILS and CREASE
on Col ton, Automobilra, Etc.
10NG DISTANCE MOVING
oCala Evening star, sAtukday, juxe 25, 1921
By MILDRED WHITE.
3y JULIA A. ROBINSON.
ON NEW AND USEFUL GOODS
Beginning Monday morning, June 27th, at 9 o'clock, and
continuing for one week, ending Saturday, July 2nd
1300 yds. New Silks, just received from the Eastern
length, 35 to 38 in. width, at
$1.59 per yd.
worth $2.25 to $3.50
These silks are beautiful, consisting of Chiffons, Taffetas, Wash Satins, Messe Messe-5?
5? Messe-5? lines, Radiums, Jacquards, Crepe de Chines, Georgettes in plain and
jfe fancy colors, Foulards, printed and plain Japs, fancy Shirtings
gjj and Waistings, in all the new colors, plain and fancy
One lot Table Damask, new and beautiful designs, 72 in. wide at 74c worth $1.10
(i) ..-' 72in. "58c .75
($ 44 4 4 4 4 60 in. 44 44 48c 44 .65
p. One lot Standard Sheets, size 81x90, at $1.19, worth.... ...$1.50
W) One lot White Bed Spreads, size 84x94, at $1.95, worth......... 2.75
One lot Huck Towels, sizes 18x34 and 17x32,' at 11c, worth ..15c and 20c
() A Special Sale at Helvenston's means something to you that an
() opportunity is offered to purchase new, valuable and useful mer--
(f) chandise much under in price the real market values.
!) Come Early E. T. HELVENSTON
-ytcn b 11 fniinr i! ii n iiirni
, iniirFfi I. ;; u STTnnT
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published 'as information and Jiot guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 aim Tampa-
?! Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 am N Tork-St. Petrsbrg 1 :35 am
2:15 tun Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2 :27 Am Jacksonville-NTork 2 :33 am
1 :45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 jim Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:1b pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.
It Fays to Advertise.
"Just look at that rooster," re remarked
marked remarked the duck; "since he's begun
(crowing he'fc had his statue placed
ta tlx top of the barn."
11 y 11
rAny business that requires de delivery
livery delivery can use Dodge Brothers
Business Car with profit.
Because its operating-economy
and maintenance-economy have
been universally established.
mmn usually I
IAUTO SALES CO.,
Ocala, Fla., r PIioiie248
if O'faifh h il a n il ii it a ;i ;( li ii i: 'it.n-u-Ji-
Market & Grocery
; Explaining a Term.
It Is presumed he is clled the ulti ultimate
mate ultimate consumer because he la the last
man to get anything. Philadelphia
markets, 21 to 18 yd.
I!!! iiil II !l !!!'!' II iHDIC
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
EVERWEAR HOSIERY, the best
ever and cheaper now, on sale at
111. Wnttrn Newspaper Uaioa.)
The small person lay In the center
of the big bed, her white face turned
hopeles&Iy toward a window. She
wondered. In a detached sort of way.
If any other girl had ever been placed
in a like forlorn situation. Here was
the very bed she lay on, gold beneath
her, as was this great home which
still gave her shelter. She wondered,
too, indifferently, what somebody was
going to do about It alL Of course,
she, herself, could do nothing.
When your spine is injured so that
you cannot move without assistance,
when you have been stricken help helpless,
less, helpless, you are at least removed from
responsibility. Linnet supposed that
her heart had been numbed in the au automobile
tomobile automobile accident. If not, why should
she feel so little?
Surely dire tragedy had descended
upon her in the sudden loss of father
and bom and protection, following
the stunning misfortune of her own
terrible accident. Was it that her
heart merely refused to suffer more?
She turned her face wearily, a man
stood In the doorway. Instantly Lin Linnet
net Linnet realized his Identity,
Tou," she asked faintly, "are the
new owner of Grayson house? The
man to whom father owed money
almost all his money?
The visitor who was tung and
kindly grave, drew nearer, liis eyes
as he looked down upon the girl's
flowerlike face, grew soft with sym sympathy.
pathy. sympathy. "Yes, Linnet," he answered, using
her father's name for fier, MI am John
Krucf. You must often have heard
of me. My loan to your father in
his pressing need was the loan of a
friend. I would have dispensed with
payment. But your father's honor
forced him to make a will; though I
might now refuse to collect my
claim, I cannot Ignore willed prop property.
erty. property. The house is bequeathed to
me and all else that James Graysun
possessed ; and a personal request
added, with which, I hope to comply.
That request, the care of yourself;
the charge to be made permanent,
The crippled plrl's face flushed,
he put out white protetinjr hands.
"Poor father," she whispered, "he
rould not help but think of nie. But
you must not flilnk for a minute that
I her voice tijtiled off helplessly.
I do hope. Llr'et." the young man
said earnestly, "t$t you will believe
me to be more tl.iin willing to fulfill
my charge. I loved your father.
"I would give to you every comfort
that he could bestow. Already I have
sent for a famous surgeon that you
may try his skill. If you would rather
not see me at all. I shall not even
trouble you by my presence. I am a
bu':y man busily occupied. Your old
housekeeper may continue to attend
to your needs. And if" he hastily
added at the growing pallor of her
face "you prefer to remain merely
us my honored guest, that also may
be arranged. Linnet." It came about
so, very naturally.
The fretting thought of dependence
ee:ised to trouble the Invalid as she
becSttiie aware of how small a matter
was this charity to her father's trust trusted
ed trusted friend. And secretly and joyous joyously,
ly, joyously, as week 8 passed, her new hope
grew. The great 9urgeon had given
her right to hope.
John Bruce was astonished at the
change In her. Day by day he grew
more glad, infected by her spirit. For
Linnet had not forbidden his visits,
welcoming them Instead.
He brought her a silk robe the color
of a blue sky, and when she pro pro-tfressed
tfressed pro-tfressed t a sitting posture on the
!ouh. her benefactor brought Soft
bin-.- slippers to match the robe. Ills
pVtis ne in the irivinir. equaled. Lln-iii-fs
pU'as'rl .surprise. Nor., a train
did John Bruce press the question of
her fathers wish. Legally, Ire had
r.i:.!e Lin: et' possessions again her
T! v -V. -!. sh-' and the tri triumphant
umphant triumphant sinv 'n. to keep the mar mar-vci.!!s
vci.!!s mar-vci.!!s news of their success until the
fuliv able to carry out her
p :!i. i e ro'mi WS1IK Uv f.isiij uiim
tin:;, s-sted. the lenjrth of the Ions
r-f !!(- .levoted to her ue. v
.When she was quite ready to re re-Ih'w
Ih'w re-Ih'w her generous friend of the bur bur-don
don bur-don imposed upon him. she intended
to go, dressed In street costume to
John's study, and make her announce announcement
ment announcement there. Also, she thoughtfully
prepared a pretty speech of gratitude,
gome way when Linnet considered
her plan there was not in It that
satisfaction which she had at first
pictured. However, she carried It
John Bruce was s mazed, of course,
so stupendously amazed that he quite
neglected to rejoice with the restored
one. The hand clasp that he gave her
was a perfunctory hand clasp, his kind
eyes expressed jio pleased admiration
as they rested on the unaccustomed
Linnet slipped away, her eyes filled
with tears. Then, from the doorway
she saw him, his head bowed sudden suddenly
ly suddenly on folded arms, his strong man's
shoulders shaken by stifled sobs.
When after a time John Bruce lifted
his face, it was a small blue-robed fig figure
ure figure who stood in the doorway. ?oft
blue slippers came pad-ling toward
him. Linnet, a dearly familiar, yet
strongly-transformed. Linnet crept con confidently
fidently confidently to his arms. "1 did not know,"
she explained simply, that you also
cared. John dear."
Teaches Birot to Sing.
Taking advantage of the imitative
faculty of song birds, a simple mech mechanism
anism mechanism has now been contrived that
, I,- ... .M.. ,i
: actually teaches canaries and other
pt warblers how to Increase their
: tinging repertory. says Popular Me Mechanics
chanics Mechanics Magazine. A partly water water-!
! water-! filled cylindrical metal tank. In which
it slightly smaller inverted tank slides
up and down, provides enough air
pressure for blowing a series of rnls rnls-tlea
tlea rnls-tlea of different tftrxi.
This is a Studebaker year. tf
( by HcCior Xwa&pr SriuUcat.)
Jak was not a timid man; there
was Liotliing cowardly about hmi in in-deed,
deed, in-deed, he was considered brave by his
associates, though they sometimes
thought he liked to boast of bis cour courage.
age. courage. "Nothing can scare Jack." they were
In the habit of saying.
With squared shoulders and head
erect Jack would accept the compli compliment.
ment. compliment. No, he was not afraid of any anything.
thing. anything. TLey say there are ghosts la the
woods back of the camp," Peter Banks
sold to him one day.
"Ghosts? There's no such thing as
ghosts I- retorted Jack.
"Just you try going op to a ghost
and feeling of it!" challenged the
"Give me a chance and Til do It,"
"I dare you to go Into those woods
tonight at midnight r cried Peter.
"I accept your challenge," calmly
replied Jack, "I only ask that you go
with me to prove that I am not
"Me? Not on your lifel
About mldnigh't Jack could stand It
no longer. He left the camp and
started out toward the wood. He
passed the morgue without a thought.
He had often passed It at night He
walked along boldly, head erect, and
wished the fellows could see him now
and note how brave he was.
I He wandered far Into the wood, a
little farther than be had intended tov
go. It was quite dark. Even the
stars were obscured from sight All
Suddenly, without a word, a white
figure appeared, not many yards away,
how near,' Jack never could telL He
could not make out the form indeed,
he did not try. It seemed a swaying
mas? In white. Then another arose
out of the darkness and they appeared
to float toward him.
For about three seconds Jack stood
still. Every nerve quivered. He could
not think. AH sense seemed to have
left him and all power of thought
Then, forgetting bravery, with not
a thought of courage. Jack turned and
ran frantically back to the road, not,
once looking behind. It seemed to
him that a host of demons was pur pursuing
suing pursuing him.
"Hello! What's up?" called a voice
in his ear, and a mocking laugh
Jack pulled up quick and stared.
He quivered, but his senses were com coming
ing coming back to him. There stood Peter
In the middle of the road, a grin on
".Saw 'era. did your he asted. "Did
you feel 'em?"
Jack was trembling, not at all on
"D' you believe in ghosts, now?"
sneered IVier. "Didn't run oh, no!
Where's all your hoated bravery
now? Feel of 'em, did you?"
"Don't Joke." groaned Jack. "Did
you see om? Where were you?"
"See 'em? No. Didn't I tell you I
wouldn't go Into those woods at
night? I ain't making no loast of
bravery. I kept a safe distance. I
stood right here to see you run. It
was good fun, I tell you, to see the
scare in your eyes."
"But really began Jack, "say. It
did look like ghosts. I never saw
anything so much like 'em. Do yon
believe In them, truly?"
"Sure I do, and I know you would
come to It, If only you had the test
and could once see 'era."
Jack was panting, trying to regain
calmness, not willing to give In.
They heard voices and listened.
"There's nothing like being In the
wods at this time of night. It Is
most wonderful. It takes my mind
from those dreadful hospital scenes
that we have to endure. It gives me
nerve and courage to go back to my
"Yes," replied another voice. "These
nightly walks In the free woods give
me courage and strength. There's j
nothing like contact with nature to
make one brave to meet the hard
duties" of life."
Two night nutaes passed them and
entered th-r front door of the hos hos-nt?.
nt?. hos-nt?. Just across the way. They
were dressed in white, flowing gar garments.
ments. garments. The two men standing there looked
into each other's faces and laughed.
"Give up?" asked Jack. "Do you
say there are ghosts now?"
"Yes. I give up." answered Peter.
"Say, vas this a putmp job, Pete?
Did you know about those nurses and
their nightly walks?"
" ""Pou my word, not L not a word!"
affirmed Peter. "I honestly thought
there w ere ghosts, and I thought you'd
find It out That's why I came out
here to see you scared, but I wouldn't
have gone into those woods on your
life. Do you give up and confess you
were afraid for once?"
"Yes, I g;ve In to the accusation,"
nobly acknowledged Jack. "I confess
my knees did shake and I didn't know
what I was about Guess I won't
boast any more. But Tve learned one
thing. There's more than one way to
be brave, and more titan one reason
for being brave, too. I've bragged of
bravery simply for effect, thengh I
don't, believe I ever f4t fear before.
Now those nurses are learning to be
brave for the good they can do In
thr world, and the help they can give
to others. That's the kind of bravery
that counts, and that's the kind for
me from now on."
Chairs of Historic Interest.
There is still kept in the museum at
Dorchester. England, the Judge's chair
a very substantial article axed by
Jeffreys at the assize at which he tried
the Monmouth rebels af ter Sedgemoor,
In 16S3; and In Moreton-ln-the-Marsli
may be seen the elaborately uphol upholstered
stered upholstered chair and footstool used by
Charles I at his triaL They are kept
In a glass case.
Mrs. Shealy, mother of Sup. IL G.
Shealy, is enjoying a riiit with rela
tives at Rtsri.
L. A. Prouty Soda Fountain
Best Made In America
If interested, let us know and we will mail yon catalogue and
photographs. We also carry a complete line of Soda Fountain
Supplies. Distributors for J. Hungerford Smith concentrated
syrups and crushed fruits.
KOLMAN FOUNTAIN SUPPLY CO.
302-4 Bryan! St. W. P. 0. BOX 1273 Savannah. Ca.
I Bertram Ibbetson & Co.,
& Chartered Accountants
of Atlanta, Georgia,
t Will open an office in the Commercial Bank Balding
of Ocala, Florida, effective July 1st, 1921, for the
g practice of Accounting, Systematizing, Income Tax
Consultation and Preparation of Returns.
I 250 PEAGHTREE STREET
UP TO DATE DINING ROOM AND LUNCH COUNTER
Regular Dinner, 11:30 to 2:30, PRICE 50c
Fresh Vegetables of All Kinds, Western Meat and Sea Food
All Kinas of Salads and Delicatessen
American, French, Spanish and Italian Cooking
Try John Metrie's Special Club Sandwich
15 Years Experience
Specials Orders Receive Prompt Attention PHONE No. 7
108 S. Magnolia St Next Anti-Monopoly Drag Store
Designed to Foil Mail Bandits
This new container c-ar, fireproof and burglarproof. has been developed by
the New York Central railroad and la being tried oat by the United States Post
Office Department. It Is expected to end postal theft and boidnpa ea roatft.
The car holds a number of huge square steel safes, which cannot be opened
while oq the car. a it Is necessary to more two levers, one of which is c c-stracted
stracted c-stracted by the side of the car.
From $1155 to $845
The new and powerful
organization has again
reduced prices $150 on
all models. Thus, by a
total reduction of $3 10
since last September, it
gives to more buyers the
benefit of the new good good-.
. good-. ness of the good Maxwell
. CARROLL MOTOR CO.
OCALA EYENTJiG STAK. SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1921
FOR THE LADY WnO CARES
The exact' thing" youwant you will
find at Hooper's Milady Beauty Par Parlors.
lors. Parlors. We are cow equipped to famish
you any Una in cosmetics that you
are looking for. Our cosmetician is
able to give the very best in skin and
scalp treatment, manicuring, sham shampooing,
pooing, shampooing, etc. Electrolysis work done
in all forms; also hair restoring made
a specialty. Phone 272, 112 Fort King
avenue. The shop where the children
like to go. 27-tf
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
15 pounds of sugar "Tor one dollar,
ith a dollar's worth of other groc
eries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf IT. B. WHITTINGTON.
NEEDHAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed $1.00
Cars Polished .50
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
C. Cecil Bryant
Gary Block, Over 10c Store
i, June, brides take care
"Oi V""' vour eyes, the win
O.. x dows of the soul.
DR. K. J. WEUIE,
Optometrist and Optician
Boy Scouts o! America
A. R. Cassil, Scoutmaster
Meets every Friday night at the
Library, at 8:30 o'clock. Visiting
Scouts are always welcome.
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.
for your Battery
Water is as necessary to
battery life as it is to
The water should be pure
and it should be put into
the battery regularly, at
least once every two weeks.
You can easily pufthis
water in, but we will gladly
do it if you prefer.
We are also equipped to
recharge and repair bat batteries.
teries. batteries. We carry a com complete,
plete, complete, line of Willard bat bat-tery
tery bat-tery parts, rental batteries
and Willard Threaded Rub Rubber
ber Rubber Batteries.
Ask us how Willard
Threaded Rubber Insula Insulation
tion Insulation puts an end to the
separator replacement ex expense
pense expense caused by warped,
cracked, punctured and car carbonized
bonized carbonized wood separators.
OCALA STORAGE BAT7 EHY CO.
Phone 348 OCALA, f LA.
KM OCCURHEHCES f
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. Carl Sommers, of Citra was a
business -visitor in town this morning.
Hot Boston baked beans and brown
bread for Saturday night supper.
Carter's Bakery. 24-tf
Miss Ethel Home returned today
from a two week's visit at Williston
Nothing better than Danish Pastry
for afternoon social event. Federal
Mrs. A. P. Gilmore and children re
turned, yesterday from a pleasant
visit with relatives at Winter Park.
Say it plain when you ask your
grocer for FEDERAL bread, and in
sist upon having it:' 21-6t
Claude Nelson of Jacksonville is
visiting at the home of hi saunt, Mrs.
E. J. Crook.
Just received, shipment of THOM THOMSON'S
SON'S THOMSON'S GLOVE-FITTING CORSETS.
There is no better investment on
earth than the earth itself. Strout
Farm Agency, James Hall agent. It
Just received, shipment of THOM
SON'S GLOVE-FITTING CORSETS.
Miss Elizabeth Burton concludes to
morrow a two weeks visit in the city
as the guest of Miss Meme Davis.
Midsummer hats and sport hats for
mountain or seashore, just received at
Messrs. Tobe Bracken and Frank
Broderick left this morning for Day-
tona Beach for a few days' visit.
GOODS SOLD AS CHEAP AS
ANY SO-CALLED SALES. There's
a reason. TRY US. FISHEL'S. 2-3t
Miss Frances Gary is entertaining a
number of her friends this afternoon
in celebration of her birthday.
Ladies' $5 HATS reduced to $3.50;
$4 and $4.50 HATS reduced to $2.98,
at FISHEL'S. 2-3t
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cason of Wild
wood, spent yesterday in the city,
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs,
B. F. Borden.
Bright color Percales, 36 inches.
Were 50c, now 19c, at FISHEL'S. 3t
This is a Studebaker year. tf
During these days of readjustment we are glad to
' meet our customers personally, and anything we
can do to promote our mutual interest will be
cheerfully done. Our Bank is anxious to give the
very best service that can be given to the commu community.
nity. community. Come in and talk over conditions with us.
Resources More Than a S1,GG9,000
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
Circle No. 2 of the Missionary So Society
ciety Society of the Methodist church will
meet with Mrs. DeWitt Griffin Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon at four o'clock.
In order to make room for our La
dies midsummer HATS we are abso
lutely sacrificing our SPRING HATS.
Circle No. 1 of the Missionary So
ciety of the Methodist church will
meet with Mrs. S. R. Whaley Monday
afternoon at four o'clock.
Street paving operations, will begin
shortly, but no need waiting for that
to use FEDERAL bread and rolls. 6t
Master Theodore McLean is enter
taining a number of his playmates
this afternoon at the home of his par parents,
ents, parents, on East Fort King avenue.
There's no extra charge for clean
ing your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
Mr. T. F. Fay of New York city,
has returned home after a few days
business visit in the city. While here
he was a guest at the home of his
nephew, Mr. J. W. Dumas, and family.
W. K. Laae, M.' D, physician and
furgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala. Fla. Adv. tf
Miss Lydia Dozier was taken to the
hospital this morning for an indefi indefinite
nite indefinite stay. Her many friends trust
that she will recuperate rapidly. Miss
Dozier has not been well for some
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
15 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
nth a dollar's worth of other groc groc-ries
ries groc-ries for cash, Saturday and Monday
rly. Pnone 377.
wky-tf H. B. WHITTINGTON.
Hot Boston baked beans and brown
bread for Saturday night supper.
Carter's Bakery. 24-tf
YOU can take a free lesson every day, simply by
reading the advertising columns of this paper.
No matter how well you run your home or your
business it can be done better and more economically.
The advertisements teach efficiency in buying. They
show you the cheapest and best markets.
. They help make hmisework lighter by telling about
the newest conveniences and labor-saving devices. The
merchant or business man can get a good line on a
thousand and one things that will help him materially.
No home and no business can progress by standing
still. The advertisements help you keep up with the
If you want a real lesson in economy,
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe will J
leave for Miami Sunday. Mr. Weihe j
goes to attend the meeting of the 1
Florida Retail Jewelers Association,
of which he is an officer.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
15 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc groceries
eries groceries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf II. B. WHITTINGTON.
Little Miss Alice B. Miller will
leave tomorrow afternoon for her!
home in Tampa after several weeks!
spent in the city ta the home of her:
grandparents, Judge and Mrs. W. S. I
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
Mrs. H. W. Henry and daughter,
Miss Eloise Henry, accompanied by
Mr. D. S. Woodrow and Miss Janet
McRae, motored to Daytona Beach j
this morning for a stay of several
Mr. and Mrs. William Parker and
family are now occupying Mr. George
Taylor residence on Watula street
and Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Abbott and
daughter, who have been occupying
this house, have moved into apart apartments
ments apartments at Mrs. Grantham's residence
on Washington street.
Misses Elizabeth Home and Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Edwards will return home
Monday from a week's visit at Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona Beach, where they were guest
and honoree of a house party given
! by the Tri Delta sorority.
BUSINESS SERVICE BUREAU
Room 7, Merchant;? Block
PHONE 508, OCALA, FLA.
Residence Phone 593 and 98
of surplus woolens
make possible this
money saving offer.
Ho nd Tailoring
the lowest priced
high quality line in
the country" You
et the highest qual quality
ity quality at lowest prices
and in addition
on a large number
of attractive Pure
Come in early- lee
these attractive fabrics.
"We ut sat aaii6s
120 S. Main Street
(Upstairs Chase Bldg.)
Carolina htij Got So She Cool 3
Just Dr&f. "CarcSii BoJlt IZe
Up," She Declare.
Kernerarllle, N. C. In an Interest"
tag statement reeLrdlng Card at. the
'Woman' Tonic, Mrs. Wesley Ma.be. of
tear bare, recently said: "I hive
known Cardul for years, but never
knew its worth until a year or so ago.
I was In a weakened, run-down con condition.
dition. condition. I became dreggy didn't eat or
sleep to do any good; couldn't do any anything
thing anything without a great effort. I tried
different remedies and medicines, yet
1 continued to drag.
"I decided to give Cardul a trial,
and found it was just what I real!;
needed. It made me feel muca strong stronger
er stronger soon after I began to use it. I be began
gan began to eat more, and the nervosa,
weak feeling began to leave, Soon 1
was sleeping good.
"Cartful built me up as no other
tonic ever did.
1 used Cardul with one daushtei
who was puny, felt bad and tired out
all the time. It brought her right out.
and soon she was as well as a girl
could be. We think there is nothing
Do not allow yourself to become
weak and run-do n from womanly
troubles. Take Cardul. Ton may find
It just what you really need. For
more than 40 years it has been used by
thousands and thousands, and found
Just as Mrs. Mabe describes.
At your druggist's. NC-142
Want a Cook
Want a Clerk
Want a Partner
Want a Situation
Want to Sell a Piano
Want a Servant Girl
Want to Sell Tour Auto
Want to Sell Town Property
Want to Sell Your Groceries
' Want to Sell Your Hardware
Want Customers for Anything
Advertise DAILY in This Paper
Advertising Is the Way to Success
Advertising Brings Customers
Advertising Keeps Customers
Anvertising Insures Success
Advertising Shows Energy
Advertising Shows Pluck
Advertising Is "Biz"
Advertise or Bust
THE EVENING STAR
H A U L I N CJ Having secured a
large truck, I am now prepared to do
moving and heavy hauling on short
notice. L. E. Cordrey. Phone 434. lm
FOR SALE Four-foot wood, both
oak and pine, delivered anywhere
in the city. L. L. Home, -hone
PRIVATE LESSONS in piano, vio violin
lin violin and voice. Terms reasonable. For
further information call Cevie Rob
erts, phone 305. 16-12t
FOR RENT Modern five room fur furnished
nished furnished flat, whole or in part; con conveniently
veniently conveniently located. Adults. P. O.
Box 348. 20-6t
FOR SALE Three registered Poland
China pigs, two sows, one male, five
J&flOjrh 0I4. Address, William Veal,
Cotton Plant, PI. 20-12t
FOR SALE Several dandy" milk
cows, gentle and heavy milkers, all
fresh. Prices are reasonable and
cows can be seen at my residence,
715 Lime streej. Phone 378. C. A.
Holloway, Ocala, Fla.' 21-tf
FOR RET Lovely big bay front
rooms, elegantly ftfrmsbed'and all
modem conveniences; also large
home on" bay completely furnished,
either by week or month at summer
rates. One of the most desirable
batlfirjg' beaches in Florida. Come
to Glearwater for your vacation.
Address Bo 3 J. Clearwater, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 4 ?3-l2t
FOR SALE Two iron beds with
springs and mattress; mission din din-iny
iny din-iny rppm set. Call phone 529 after
7 p. ?3-3t
FOR SALE Registered Jersey buil
calf of a high producing strain,
Cheap. Parker Painter, P. O. Box
622, or telephone Anthony line. 6t
STRAYED Prpfu my place at Pedro,
Saturday, June 1L' 6-year-trlJ Jer Jersey
sey Jersey cow, marked crop, split, upper
and under bit in left "ear; corp, un under
der under an4 upper bit in right ear. Had
on leather halfer, Notify W. IL
CrigJer. Summerfield, Fla. 2f-4t
OPPORTUNITY Would you consid consider
er consider propofcitipn where you will be re re-squired
squired re-squired tp work twelve hoprs a week
jn handling a business already es established
tablished established that will pay yoa at least
five thousand dollars the first year?
You will be required to put up for
working capital five hundred dol dollars.
lars. dollars. Bank references given and
required. 0pport unity," fare Star
SALESLADY WANTED For Sat
urdays and Mondays. Apply at
WANTED By automobile mechanic.
work ij or out of city. Capab!e,
steady and sober. Can handle fore fore-tnanship
tnanship fore-tnanship or managaaent of repair
shop. H. El Allen, dormitory,
WANTED Carpenter rvyrk by com
petent mechanic Phone 305, 25 3t
AMERICAN LEG IO::
Marion County Po3t No. 27 is giv giving
ing giving a boat trip and moonlight picnk
down Silver Spruigs. run on Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, June 30, at 3:30 p. m., re turn ir.
about 10:30 o'clcck. A cordial invi
tation is extended to members of the
auxiliary to be present as our guests.'
We would like to ask each lady to
prepare lunch for two or "more. Each
legiocaire can bring a lady friend or
ex-service man as his guest without
any extra charge.
Come one fellows, get ready to go
and have a real good time.
Get your tickets from the entertain entertainment
ment entertainment committee. 21-3t-e4
A REAL BARGAIN
A good six-room cottage on corner
lot, on one of city's best streets,
close to town and. very hands to both
primary and high schools. All modern
conveniences and connected with city
sewer system. "or quick sale will
take 1700, J 1000 cash, time on bal balance.
ance. balance. One of the best real estate
bargains in town. Address, Box CCD,
city. v 24-t
C. V. Roberts
ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway.
and Auto Repairing
AUTOGENOUS WELDLNG CO,
& Orange St.
Geo. Hay I Co. I
HIGH GRADE PAINT
Notice is hereby given that on the
4th day of July, 121, the board of
county commissioners of Marion coun county,
ty, county, Florida, will meet with the tax
assessor of the said county, in the of office
fice office of the clerk of the said board, for
the purpose of hearing complaints
and receiving testimony as to the
value of any property, real or per personal,
sonal, personal, as fixed by the said county '5.
sessor of taxes, and for the purpose
of perfecting, reviewing and equAlii equAlii-ing
ing equAlii-ing the assessment of taxes in and
for said county. Said session of the
said board will continue from day to
day as long as may be necessary.
The Board of County Commissioners,
Marion County, Florida.
T. D. Lancaster Jr., Clerk,
By Edna Walker,
C-14-tf Deputy Clerk.
In the Circuit Court of Marion County
Florida, in Chancery. '""
Wm. S. S. Allsopp, Complainant, vs.
Nannie J. Dumas, Defendant.
Order for Constructive Service:"
ft is hereby ordered that the de defendant
fendant defendant in the abojre jtyled cause, to
wit: Nannie J. Dumas,' be." and the fs
herefy required to appear to tbV'tni"
pf complaint heretofore filed in &
above styled cause, on or before
Monday, July 4th, 1921
It is runner ordered mat tms order
be published once a week for eight
consecutive weeks in the Ocala Eve Evening
ning Evening Star, a newspaper published ia
Marion county, Florida;
Witness my hand and seal of sail
court at Ocala, SHrion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, this May 6th; 'MM, f
(Sel) T. D. Lancaster Jr
Clerk of Said Court.
6-7-8tdly-sat By Ruth Enrin, D. C.
OTICj: OF MASTER'S SALE
Nolle is hereby that tmdr
and by virtue of finU Wre of tor
closure of date June 4, IS2J, entere 1 by
th circuit court of the fifta jMlclaj
circuit of Florida. In and for Marloa
county. In chancery. In a certain cu
pending tn said court in which W. W.
C Smith is complainant. &nd Edwta C
Smith, et l. are defendanta. I, the md md-dtrsj
dtrsj md-dtrsj sr"4 pecll iiater lt cha.nery,
appointed by aaJl court; in unA er'asil
decree, wilV offer for -! and -t
public outcry, to tflo tilghett fejddsr,
for ca.h. tn frotit the ecrotn door Of
the Marion county court boose, ta
Ocala, Florida, on
Mmmdmr, Jaly 4th, 1S2I,
during- th 1-eM hours of sale, fhrn
folloirlptf descritd liw Ja Jdarlo
county, rlorida.' to-wit:
Lota thlrty-nlno And forty-two of
Jroith and Danrherty : Addition ta
Ocala. on which ia located tht r r-itrtt
itrtt r-itrtt of Eiwjn c. Smith. r
Ft. SICL. FEROUfcQV,
Special Maatef la Chaacary.
HOCKER & MARTIN. -Solicitors
for the Complainant. f--tiJ
Ia the Circuit Cowrt of he Fifth JuSI--ial
Circuit of Florida, In and f?r
Clarion County In Chancery.
Idl G. Dailaber. Complainant. Y&
Oeoi-re Dallaber, Defendant
Order for Constructive fiervic.
It i ordered th.t the defen4j3$
herein named, to-wit, Goortre lum lumber,
ber, lumber, be and be is bereby required fa
aptwar to the bill f complaint filed
thin emus a on of (before
Mnar, the 4th y f Jaty, IttZl.
It U further oroered that a o-ipY cf
thia order be published osee a vi
for four con"CutlTe weeks la tha
Ocala E-reninr Szar, a uawepe-jxr
lishiNd in aa3d county aad iat&.
This 4th day of June, 123.
BT RUTH FRY IN. 15. C.
T. IX LANCAS-rER. Jl.
(Clrk'a Seal) Clerk. Cjrcuit Co -t.
irarion Cownty. i tx,
WM. A. JEFFCOAT. -Com?.kUnanta
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