Unsettled weather tszlt
Thursday, probably shoTrtra.'
-This morning, 74.
This afternoon, 88.
OCALA, FLORIDA. TE&)AY, JULY 6, 11)21
CITY BOYS OUT
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ON THE TRAIL
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Took Two Games iiu Rapid Succession
from the Team from Tarpon
. (L. T. I.)
Fans who were amphibious enough
to make the trio to the. ball park
Tuesday afternoon sua- two' snappy
shut-outs administered by the locals
to TarpoaSpringa. Since the rain
broke up the same for the Fourth,
the management decided to stage a
double-header yesterday afternoon
and charge admission and a half for
the games. It looked for the most
part of the morning and part of the
afternoon as if the rain was going to
prevent the games but about 3 o'clock
itj stopped raining and the first game
was begun. The lain did not bother
until the intermission between the
games, when it ra;.ned for about ten j
minutes and then ibsisted long enough
for the second garae to ha played.
The games were of seven innings
each by agreement. Hankins twirled
both games for the visitors and we
will have to hand it to that boy for
he surely has the goods. He only de delivered
livered delivered three hits into Ocala's. hands
in the first and narrowed that down
to two hits in the second game. The
boy seemed as fresh at the end of i-he
second game as he was in the begin beginning
ning beginning of the first. His games were
both lost by unfortunate errors at the
wrong times. It seems that all the
breaks were going against him-this
Mike Goodbread did the tossing for
Ocala in the first game. Mike is the
best we havieTpossc-ssed yet'- and the
fans are in love with his work. Good Good-bread
bread Good-bread held Tarpon to two hits in the
game and was stronger at the finish
than he was when lie began. Bowman
pitched the second game for us and
wa3 no small pumrkins himself, as he
got by with only three hits. It appears
that Ocala has two good live ones on
her list now. All we need is a little
kale to keep them there and we will
have a combination hard to cope with.
Ask Eustis and Tarpon Springs what
they think of our pitching staff. They
know what we have.
The special feature plays were not
so many in this pitcher's battle, but
mention should be made of. the
catches by Harris in the first inning,
Harry Wood in center field, Bob Wood
in right, and Powell in the fourth in
ning of the first game. Harry Wood
made the only star catch in the second
game and Strickland made a pretty
double play when he stopped Powell
at second and threw Crum out at first,
First inning: Leavengood made a
bad throw of Neet's bunt and let the
1 first man up get to first. W. Gause
flew out to Harris, who made his
notorious catch. M. Johnson sacrificed
Neet to second but Crum went out,
third to first and retired the side. Say Saying
ing Saying third to first reminds me to call
special attention to the fielding of
Ocala's infield in both games. With
the exception of some wild throws due
to the wet ball our team made no er
rors. Luff man and Swink handled
many chances errorlessly and deserve
extra mention. Ocala's half of the
first amounted to two strike outs and
a fly to left.
Second inning: Tarpon didn't reach
the initial sack this round. Ocala
thought she had administered the
knockout blow to Hankins when things
started rolling in the second but Han Hankins
kins Hankins clinched and rested the round out,
getting himself out of the nastiest
mess a pitcher ever faced! Wood led
off with a hot one to third. After
much argument the two scorers de decided
cided decided that it was too hot to handle and
that Wood would get a hit on his ef effort.
fort. effort. Swink came up and duplicated
the stunt exactly and was awarded
the same decision. Luff man popped up
a high one to Hankins who muffed it
and filled the bases with nobody out.
Things looked sweet for Ocala and
sour for Tarpon about that time, but
Hankins handled the difficulty with
ease. Brooks hit to Hankinsy and
Wood was forced out at the plate. Bob
Wood was struck out and then Good Good-bread
bread Good-bread retired the side scoreless by
hitting to pitcher and being thrown
out at first.
Third inning: Tarpon7 got her, first
hit in the third when Hill singled but
they were unable to advance him.
Ocala didn't get far with her two
iti ike outs and a fly to third.
Fourth inning. Crum got Tarpon's
second and last hit in the fourth but
he also died on base. Swink got In by
walking but it looked like he was still
walking when he tried to steal second
against Cram's peg. Crum has a
Springfield rifle beat a city block
when it comes to slinging the pill
down ''to second. Luff man drew an er
ror but the side was retired, leaving
him on base.1- ;
Fifth innhug: Both teams took. the
"one, two, thijee route. .!
Sixth inrniig. Tarpon still retired in
Marion County Post of the American
Legion and the Woman's
, Auxiliary Will Meet
Marion County Post No. 27, of the
American Legion meets tonight at 8
o'clock. There will be several impor important
tant important matters td be considered, includ including
ing including the national legislative program
of the legion, and the selection of a
date for the boat trip on the river. The
regular business session will be fol followed
lowed followed by a social hour when the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Auxiliary will serve refreshments.
one, two, three order, but Ocala tore
loose and won the game with three
runs in this round. Leayengood led
off with a single which was the only
real hit gotten off Hankins in this
game. Strickland got to nrst on an
error through second and Leavengood
scored. H. Wood got on when third
base errored. Strickland scored on a
sacrifice by Swink. Wood scored on
a sacrifice by Luffman. Brooks struck
out and broke up the merry-go-round.
Tarpon, 0; Ocala, 3.
Seventh inning: .Tarpon again re retired
tired retired in order. Ocala had the game
without playing her half of the
seventh. Tarpon, 0: Ocala, 3.
' The Box Score
Tarpon Springs. AB R H PO
Neet, If ......3 0 0 1
W. Gause, ss .3 0 0 1
M, Johnson, 3rd.... 2 ,0 0 1
Crum, c ...3,0 19
J. Johnson, 1st ....3 0 0 3
Powell, cf .3 0 0 2
Orcutt, rf .........2 0 0 O
Hill, 2nd .....2 0 1 1
Hankins, p .2 0 0 0
23 0 2 18
AB R H PO
Harris, If 3 0 0 1
Leavengood, c .... .3 1 17
Strickland, ss .....3 10 0
H. Wood, cf 3 11 1
Swink, 2nd 1 0 1 2
Luffman, 3rd .. 2 0 0 0
Brooks, 1st 3 0 0 8
H. Wood, rf .......2 0 0 2
Goodbread, p ......2 0 0 0
21 9 4
Score by innings:
Tarpon Springs .000 000 00
Ocala 000 003 x 3
Summary: Struck' out by Hankins,
8, by Goodbread, 7; base on balls off
Hankins, 1, off Goodbread,, 0; sacrifice
hits, M. Johnson, Swink, Luffman;
wild pitches, Goodbread, 2. Umpires,
Engesser and Duffy. Scorer, L. T. I.
SECOND GAME BY INNINGS
First inning. Hankins continued
the game for Tarpon. Ocala put Bow Bowman
man Bowman in the box. Neither side got even
a smell of first base in the first round
Second inning. W. Gause got a
single but died on base when Orcutt
made the third out. Ocala made "her
onlv run of the game in the second
H. Wood started the round off with a
strike out. Swink bunted and reached
first when the catcher threw wild to
Johnson. Harris popped up a ny-to
Hankins and was out. Luffman play
ed lucky as usual and drew an error
from shortstop, who fielded the ball
but forgot what to do with it when
he had it so held it tenderly in his
little paws until both runners were
safe on their bases and then tossed it
to the pitcher. Brooks poled out one
to right field and Orcutt muffed it at
the expense of a run by Swink Bow
man stopped further excitement when
he went out short to first. Tarpon,
0: Ocala, 1.
Third inning. Bowman strucx out
the first three men in this inning
Hankins struck out Liddell and Leav
engood but he forgot Strickland's
blind spot and slipped one over where
Strick likes 'em. Strick annexed
single to his record before Hankins
realized what had happened. H. Wood
was unlucky enough to be caught out
on a foul. Tarpon, 0; Ocala, 1.
Fourth inning. Powell and M
Johnson started off for Tarpon and
each made outs. Crum hit a little slow
one between short and third which
each man seemed to think belonged to
the other. Strickland finally fielded
it but too late to catch Crum at first,
so Crum got credit for a measly lit
tie infield hit. J. Johnson drew a free
pass to first. Tarpon thought they
nm-ra nine tfl SCOre but W. 'Gause
t vv we
struck out and blasted their hopes.
Swink new. out to right. Harris went
to bat after telling the bleachers that
he was slated for a home run that
time. He got a single but the boys
told him he would have to knock it to
the- hospital to even get a three three-bagger
bagger three-bagger on it. It's a shame the way
they do rag poor Frankie for being
fat. I know how it is. Frank cab cabbaged
baged cabbaged secend and got to third on a
passed ball but didn't get home be because
cause because Luffman and Brooks were un unable
able unable to connect. Tarpon, 0; Ocala, 1.
. Fifth inning. Both teams got a
Special Meeting Will be Held Next
Tuesday Evening to Canvass
. the Situation
At its meeting last night the city
council passed a resolution rescinding
its action of June 28th. when tenta tentative
tive tentative contracts were awarded the Fin Fin-ley
ley Fin-ley Method company and Adams
Evans company for street paving
contemplated under the bond issue.
A special meeting was called for next
Tuesday evening, July 12th, at which
time paving will be the special order
of business and every citizen of the
city interested in this question which
is of such vital importance just now,
will be given an opportunity to ex express
press express his views.
Probably not since the water works
and light plant were under discussion
and construction has there been such
a representative gathering of citizens
in the council chamber as assembled
last night when word was passed
around that the paving contract was
to be discussed. But it was a good good-natured
natured good-natured crowd and a pleasant evening
was 'spent, the paving matter being
disposed of as slick as grease running
out of a hot frying pan.
- The ordinary routine business was
taken up and disposed of, and when
the heading "New Business" in the
council's program was arrived at, the
clerk was handed the following resolu resolution
tion resolution by Alderman A. T. Thomas:
"Be it resolved by the city council
of the city of Ocala that the action of
the city council at its' meeting held
on the 28th day of June, A. D. 1921,
in tentatively awarding paving con contracts
tracts contracts to Finley Method company and
the Adams Evans company, be and
the same is hereby rescinded, and that
said companies be notified by the
A motion was made that the reso
lution be adopted and the same car carried
ried carried unanimously. President Mclver
of the council instructed the clerk to
return to the bidders their certified
checks together with their bids and a
letter explaining the action of the
Mr. Mclver then addressed the citi
zens present, stating that a special
meeting of the council would be held
the following Tuesday, to discuss the
paving question and expressed the
hope that as many as possible would
man on base because both first base
men dropped a ball each, but neither
team was able to send the runner
around the circuit. .Tarpon, 0, Ocala, 1.
Sixth inning: H. Gause was put in
as a pinch hitter in place of M. John
son. He struck out. Powell singled
but was doubled by Strickland when
Crum hit to short. Ocala got two
on base when Swink drew an error
from short and Harris got another hit
(this time on his arm) but we were
not able to help the boys along. Tar Tarpon,
pon, Tarpon, 0; Ocala, 1.
Seventh inning. Bowman retired
Tarpon in her last chance by dealing
fast ones two the first three that faced
him. The second game was over and
Ocala was again victorious. Tarpon,
0; Ocala, 1.
The Tarpon boys are good players
and what is more they are good
sports and good losers. Ocala takes
her hat off to them and hopes to have
more games with them in the future.
We have the best of them in games
now but each game we have played
toe-ether has been jam-up baseball
with close scores.
The Box Score
Tarpon Springs AB R H PO A E
Neet, If .. .3 0 0 1 0 0
Powell, cf ..3 0 1 2 0 0
M. Johnson, 3rd 2 0 0 0 1 0
Crum, c .. 3 0 1 7 2 1
J. Johnson, 1st 2 0 0 5 0 1
W. nause. ss .. 3 0 1 0 1 2
Orcutt, rf .3 0 0 2 0 1
Hill, 2nd '. .2 0 0 0 1 0
TTanVins. n ...1 0 0 1 0 0
H. Gause .. .1.0 0 0 0
23 0 3 18
AB R- H PO
Liddell, cf i.3 0
Leavengood, c 3 0
Strickland,. ss 3 0
H. Wood, rf .......3 0
Swink, 2nd 3 1
Harris, If 2 0
Luffman, 3rd ..3 0
Brooks, 1st .3 0
Bowman, p .2 0
Score by innings:
2 21 8 2
Tamon Springs 000 000 00
Ocala ........ 010 000 x 1
Summary: Sacrifice-hits, Hankins;
struck out by Hankins, 6, by Bow
man. 8; base on'balls oft Hankins, 0
off Bowman, 1; hit by pitcher, Han
kins. 1; double play, Strickland to
Brooks. Time, both games, two
hours and 30 minutes. Umpire, En Engesser.
gesser. Engesser. Scorer, 1L T. Izlar. Attend-
Miller Reese Hutchinson's Cannon
Will Hurl a Shell Two or Three
I Associated press)
New York, July 6. Scientists and
inventors today discussed the remark remarkable
able remarkable qualities of the new gun which
Dr. Miller Reese Hutchinson, former
chief engineer for Thomas A. Edison,
claims may be developed to hurl a
five-ton projectile from two to three
hundred miles. The Velocity, he de declared,
clared, declared, will be from one to five miles
a second The noise made at the
demonstration yesterday sounded like
the click of a cash register, though
only a miniature weapon with an
eight-inch barrel was- used. The gun
was invented by John Temple, an Eng Englishman,
lishman, Englishman, who developed the idea in
WILSON IS AMONG
THE SEVERELY WOUNDED
A dispatch from Columbus, Ga.,
says: The s.taiement that, former
President Wilson is as much entitled
to wound stripes as any American
soldier wounded in France quoted by
J. G. Emory, national commander of
the American Legion as having been
said by the late Frederick W. Gal Gal-braith,
braith, Gal-braith, was the occasion of a demon demonstration
stration demonstration that lasted several minutes
at the state convention of the legion
here yesterday. Commander Emery
also paid a tribute to the late national
commander, who was to. have made
the address here yesterday, and reso resolutions
lutions resolutions were adopted paying tribute to
him. Major General Peter C. Harris,
adjutant general of the army, who was
born in Georgia, also addressed the
convention, urging military training
for America's young men.
SWEET POTATO CLUBS
THRIVE IN DADE
Dade City, July 6. Sixteen thou
sand sweet potato plants have been
distributed to boy members of the
Pasco county potato club by County
Agent F. G. Merrin, and the young
farmers expect to establish a record
in potato production. The county
aeent is supplying the technical
knowledge necessary for the produc
tion of the crop and the boys are do
ing the work and conducting experi
ments of their own in an effort to dis
cover what methods will result in the
ance, 172 whole tickets, eight t half
tickets. Receipts, 123.
In spite of the rain all day yester
day up until a little before 3 o'clock,
there was a very good attendance at
the game. Since it was a double
header, 75c. was charged those get getting
ting getting there for both games and 50c. for
those arriving only in time for the
second game. Ocala. came to the sup support
port support of her team well in the pinch-
Help was desired yesterday morning
to raise enough to pay the Tarpon
boys $160 and $140.79 was raised on
the streets in the morning. The game
brought in $123 so the crisis was
passed although easy street is not yet
in sight. Harry Wood is due $70 for
his gas and oil for two months. Good-
bread will need two weeks pay next
Tuesday. Don't let up, folks. We
need more money if we are to have a
ball team. We are having good
games. Help keep them going.
CARS NEEDED FOR
Ocala plays Winter Garden in Win
ter Garden next Thursday, tomorrow,
afternoon. If we can make this a
cheap trip the team will make some
money. We pay Sur own expenses
there and they give us a return game
on the same terms and we will keep
our own gate receipts. We had a good
crowd m Winter Garden last time and
it was a good game. They have a fast
diamond and it is a pleasure to see a
game played on it. Let Hansel Leav Leavengood
engood Leavengood or Laurie Izlar know if you
can go and how many players you
can take in your car. L. T. Izlar,
Secretary Ocala B. "B. Assn.
BAD SUMMER FOR
THE CHICAGO BABIES
Chicago, July 6. Chicago babies
died last week at the rate of fourteen
a day, a 15 per cent, greater infant
mortality than a year ago. The health
department ascribed the increase to
intense heat. iFour deaths of adults
here yesterday was attributed to heat.
The weather bureau offered" no un
There's no extra charge for clean
ing your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 153. tx
Determined Effort to be Made by the
Government to Run Down All
Washington, July 6. With every
city of importance in the United
States included in the campaign plan,
250 specially trained revenue officers
today began a nation-wide celan-up of
delinquent sales taxes.
BAD WEATHER AND BASEBALL
Reduced the Attendance on the Ocala
Gun Club's Weekly Shoot
Threatening weather and a double
header at the baseball park made the
attendance at the Ocala Gun Club
Tuesday afternoon very small. The
Bruce Meffert 47 x 50
W. P. Preer 44 x 50
Nathan Mayo 43 x 50
Ed .Tucker 41 x 50
J. Chas. Smith 36 x 50
Ben Condon ...28 x 50
Ted Drake ..19 x 25
OCALA MEN DID WELL
AT THE TAMPA SHOOT
Meffert, Lytle, Perkins and Preer All
Made High Scores
. (Tampa Times)
J. A. Hansbrough was clean up man
at the state trapshoot meet Monday
at Ballast Point, with Reynolds Beck Beck-with
with Beck-with second. Hansbrough's score was
194 out of a possible 200, while Beck Beck-with
with Beck-with broke 190 birds. R. B. Meffert
of Ocala, and Rube Jones of Tarpon
Springs, were third and fourth, with
189 and 186, respectively. A. W. Cus Cus-caden
caden Cus-caden Jr., a professional, broke 189
birds, and 'had the day's, high run
with 100 birds on his last ioo.
The shoot Monday was preliminary
to the state championship meet which
will be held at Jacksonville soon.
Trapshooters from various parts of
the state were present at Ballast
Point Monday, and numerous good
cards were turned in. Many of the
shooters did not fire the whole course
of 200 birds, but contented themselves
with good scores over shorter dis distances.
tances. distances. The Tampa Gun Club, which meets
every Saturday at the point, is de developing
veloping developing some high-class talent, as
well as numbering in its ranks suck
dead shots as J. A. Hansbrough, Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds Beckwith. Tom Stewart, R. D
Hutchcraft, Al Riddle and others.
Monday's total scores follow:
J. A. Hansbrough. 194; W. R. Beck Beckwith,
with, Beckwith, 190; R. B. Meffert, 189; Rube
Jones, 186; A. L. Riddle, 180; C. S.
Right, 182; A. Cuscaden Jr., 189; C.
Penfield. 174; J. B. Johnson, 146; A.
Cuscaden Sr., 155; J. J. Nelson, 183;
T. P. Hodges, 149; G. D. Gay, 181; F.
C. Reese, 163; A. Hess, 170; T. Deen,
183; S. Thefftal. 185; J. R. Reese, 181;
P. P. Schutt, 180; Mrs. Schutt, 162;
Tom Stewart, 185; W. D. Budd, 182;
H. R. Mitchell, 165; W. B. Kirby, 173;
E. M. Roberts, 179; W. P. Preer, 140;
E. B. Lytle, 168; Junie Perkins, 156;
J. D. Stafford, 177.
STREETCAR MEN OF DAYTON
GO ON A STRIKE
Dayton, O, July 6. All street car
railway employes except those on one
division of an interurban line here
went on strike today. They claim the
companies violated their agreement
by announcing the new maximum
wage of 45 cents an hour without ar arbitration.
bitration. arbitration. BOOZE SOAKERS WILL
TRY THE BOYCOTT
New York, July 6. Organizers of
the Independence Day wet parade an
nounced today that members would
be furnished with the names of com commercial
mercial commercial houses that favor prohibition
and would be asked not to deal with
FAME OF SWEET DREAMS
This Great Mosquito Remedy Now
Used in 27 Countries Sold by
The absolutely efficiency of Sweet
Dreams as a mosquito remedy has re resulted
sulted resulted in its becoming 'quickly recog recognized
nized recognized everywhere.
Sweet Dreams is now being used in
27 tropical countries, and, to bring the
story closer home, it1 is being used
with success there just as it is here.
As everyone knows. Sweet Dreams
is a double strength remedy. This
fact explains the wonderful results at
If mosquitoes are troublesome, try
Sweet Dreams the remedy of proven
Libertl bottles, 25c. Sold by every
druggist everywhere. Adv.
Resulted in Considerable Slaughter
in the Korean Ranks
Seoul, July 6. Reports have reach reached
ed reached here of a battle on the Siberian
border between Japanese and Koreans
in which 500 Koreans were killed or
WILL ACCEPT NOT
EVEN ONE WOMAN
Jury in the Murder Case of Kaber at
Cleveland Has Been
Cleveland, July 6. The jury to try
Mrs. Eva Katherine Kaber, on the
charge of murder in connection with
the death of her husband, Daniel F.
Kaber, was obtained at noon today.
There are no women on the panel. The
jury was immediately sworn in and
will be taken this afternoon to Lake Lake-wood
wood Lake-wood to view the home in which Kaber
was stabbed to death, after which
counsel will make statements of the
case to the jury.
DR. JAS. O. KNAUSS, NEW
TEACHER AT TALLAHASSEE
From State College of Pennsylvania
Will Impart History to Girls
State College, Pa., July 6. Dr.
James Owen Knauss, associate profes professor
sor professor of history at the Pennsylvania
State College, has resigned to become
professor of history and political
science at the Florida College for
Women, at Tallahassee.
CATTLE FARMS IN SOUTH
Intend to Ship Jerseys to South Amer Amer-'
' Amer-' ica and the West
The consolidation of two of the
leading Jersey cattle farms of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, Meadow Oaks of this city and
Arbor Jersey of Brandon, for the pur purpose
pose purpose of exporting Jersey cattle to the
West Indies, and South America, was
announced today. Miss M. O. Chase,
owner of the Arbor farm, is secretary
and treasurer of the new organization
and will manage its affairs.
GROW SOME FIGS
Gainesville, July 5. A larger, pro production
duction production of figs for family consumption
is advocated by the Florida agricul agricultural
tural agricultural extension division which says
$60,000 worth of the fruit was produc produc-j
j produc-j d in this state in 1920.
The deliciousness of the fruit is set
forth and the opinion expressed that
almost eevry home owner could have
several trees as the fruit is said to be
well adapted to the various types of
soil and climate in Florida.
The Celeste fig is most suited to
Florida, according to C. K. McQuarrie,
state agent for the extension division,
while he names the White Adriatic
and Brown Turkey as second and third
choice. The Black Genoa fig is adapt
ed to the clay soils of North Florida,
WORK ON SUGAR REFINERY
STARTED AT PALM BEACH
West Palm Beach, July 5- Work
has begun on the half .million dollar
sugar refinery to be erected by the
Florida Sugar and Fruit Producing
Company on the Palm Beach canal
near Lake Okeechobee.
The main building which will cover
20,000 square feet, will be equipped
with machiery having a daily capacity
of 4(H) tons. Vats and evaporating
equipment will have a capacity of 600
tons a day.
The company plans to buy cane
from -all parts of the Everglades on
the so-called dollar cent basis. Aa an
example, if sugar at the mill is sold
for 1 cents, cane will be purchased
at ?5.50 per ton. The company owns
1200 acres of stubble cane and 500
acres of plain cane. Thirteen hundred
additional acres are being planted for
the season of 1922-23. A narrow
gauge railroad will be operated with
in a five-mile radius of the mill, while
tugs and lighters will be utilized to
haul the cane from greater distance.
The federal department of agricul
ture has established an. experimen
station adjoining the mill site where
an effort is being made to develop a
greater yield from cane in tv:?
tion. Experiments are :" :"-cro,';s
cro,';s :"-cro,';s plant tre? ':-'.
Tl T'r- (-.. 1 5 -1
Suddenly Cease! ti be a
Atlanta, July 6. Firm
lanta, Birmingham & Atlantic railway railway-train
train railway-train which resulted in serious iniurv
to W. T. Reid. ercini- t-
a e w 4. w v
three companies of Georria National
Guard being ordered to Fitze-er&M to.
day to take charge cf the situation
there. About one hnrinv? nt
fired at an engine last nlsrht follow
ing a similar attack the night before
at the same place, just outside cf Fitz Fitzgerald.
gerald. Fitzgerald. Reid is said to have both legs
broken and suffered wounds in the
ITZGERALD NOT THE LEAST
Fitzgerald. July 6. State militia.
arrived here this morning. Evei-vt ITT T
v :. s
is quiet and no disturbance marked
the arrival of the troops. It has not
been decided whether the town will be
placed under martial law or whether
the troops will simply guard the At
lanta, Birmingham & Atlantic rail
RISH CIVIL WAR
GOES STEADILY ON
Heap of Dead Bodies by the Roadside
Not an Unusual Fes,tare of
Belfast, July 6. Five men were
taken from their homes in the Newry
distritc this morning and shot, their
bodies being left in a heap by the
roadside. Two men snatched revol
vers from the holsters of two consta
bles on the street here this morning
and shot the officers, who were severe-
y wounded. A train en route to Bel
fast to Londonderry was wrecked last
night, the rails having been removed.
There were no casualties.
NEGOTIATIONS ARE NEGATIVE
Dublin, July 6. Negotiations under
way for peace in Ireland have not yet
brought about an armistice and today
soldiers are searching all pedestrians
believed likely to be carrying conceal
ed arms in Dublin streets.
GUESS ARTHUR GOT A
LITTLE TOO GAY
Waukesha, Wis, July 6. Artt",
Taubert of Milwaukee, was found to today
day today by & fisherman in an oarless row-
boat floating in Pewaukee Lake with
a knife in his heart. Taubert was lazi
seen Monday night in company with
a young woman. The identify cf tta
woman is not known.
BEEN REPORTED MANY
Paris, July 6. Reports lave reach
ed here from quarters that demand
V .ff.u Vio TwtVtt t?n-
sian soviet minister of war and
rine, has been imprisoned by Nikolai
Lenine, soviet premier. N confirma
tion of the report is available.
USED CAR MARKET GOOD,
SAYS MACK TAYLOn
"The healthy and active site a tion of
the used car market serves as a sort
of business barometer by which we
may gauge the solidity and the finan financial
cial financial health of the automobile industry
in general," according to Mac Taylor.
"Seldom before has the busmen -tr
buying and selling used automobiles
been in such a favorable position, both
from the standpoint of the buyer and
"Since Dodre Brothers do net ball J
their cars in a series of models their
material appearance has not cr.f.r.-( i
to a marked degree. We have beep.
provided the. full record i of produc production
tion production showing the year m which a
Dodge Brothers motor car cf any
riven number wa3 manufactured to
that prospective purchasers" cf it-
ear may avail themselves cf tr.u c;-
portunity to prevent possible nil rtp-
resentation. for while we crerste a
used car market ourselves, v?i
only too glad to assist the .evrners c?
prospective owner of 33 .' '- Broth Brothers'
ers' Brothers' cars.
"Dodge Brothers car stay o cr
salesroom fioors but a very tUort
time;.in fact, they are hardly Ukcn ia
before they are resold.
SELECTING A JLT.Y
TO THY VV7-.r"'r"
Chicago, July 6. T.
lecticg-'a jory to
White Box t1; .1 :
ers i";J"" V
Shooting Eaiaeers ca A, B.
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And .they do say jazz is going out.
V never could tell tlie difference be between
tween between it and grand opera.
The Jacksonville Metropolis puts in
a timely protest against bathing
beaches being used as speedways.
They say big Bill Haywood will re return
turn return to America, but we will believe
it when we read the Associated Press
dispatch that says he has come ashore.
It's time for Der.by to reach for
his reprimanded Sims has broken
loose again .and handed the navy de department
partment department a severe and merited criti criticism.
cism. criticism. v i'
A. P. sends out a dispatch saying
Mr. and Mr3. Harding rode in an ordi ordinary
nary ordinary chair car returning to Washing Washington
ton Washington from Raritan. ; Well, if the chair
car people charge Prexy as much as
they do us, we guess it was worth a
The Mexican army has been reduc reduced
ed reduced to 81,000 officers and men, includ including
ing including all branches of service, according
to a war office statement. The reduc reduction
tion reduction will be 'continued until the min minimum
imum minimum of 50,000 set by General Obre Obre-gon
gon Obre-gon is obtained.
The advent of the steel shingle
makes the small boy 'rejoice that
mother's, knee is no longer used as a
whipping, post. -Tampa Tribune.
Ours used a twig off a peach tree.
Shingles, were valuable fifty years
ago. v -." 'V
. News item says "Ocala is installing
a modern, white way." GoinV to git
all; lit up I Tampa Citizen.
No, boy, the juice folks get lit up
t tin is scarce around here. Some of
the powerhouses have been, scared
into being good.
The Ocala Star takes exception to
our .statement that present-day statesmen-shoot
.the bull instead of grab grabbing
bing grabbing him by, the horns, adding that
"we thought' they silung it." It ? Re Remember
member Remember U genders, Brother Benja Benjamin!
min! Benjamin! Jacksonville Metropolis.
We did. ?
The world known him as Lenine,
some of the more thoroughly informed
know that his real name is Oulianoff,
but to the peasants of his own coun country;
try; country; and to his closest companions at
Moscow the head of the Russian bol bolshevik
shevik bolshevik government is known and call called,
ed, called, by; the same of ., "Illitch," That is
his middle, name and should be two
words instead of one.
We, heard a railroad ; man say : the
other day, that he didn't so much ob object
ject object to hi3 wages being reduced as he
did not being given extra pay for ex extra
tra extra -work. His -objection was well
grounded. Men in other trades receive
extra, pay. for extra work and so
should; the railroad man. If railroad
managers can work their men two or
. three hours extra a day at regular
Xoom viea erf 1U'
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I Jb.T3 NAk QSAxD 14 -TUSC VAGEE
a tv a 1A a. a. a 1
U'tWP !tU PAPC. Gtt.-Ct KAAVtE.
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pay, they Will do so, instead of em employing
ploying employing more men. That will not be
to the interest of the public, let alone
the railroad boys. The railroad man managers
agers managers have some excuse for piling it
on but not for rubbing it in.
STOCK SALESMEN AND BUYERS
Says the Williston Progress: Sev Several
eral Several weeks ago we predicted that an
army of stock salesmen would march
on this community as soon as it be became
came became generally known that the peo people
ple people had made money on their cucumb cucumbers.
ers. cucumbers. Some are undoubtedly finding suck suckers
ers suckers and these suckers are being used
for bait for others.
Did you ever go fishing and catch
minnows for live bait? We have no
absolute proof that anyhere here is
acting as bait, and we have no axe to
grind except the one of justice to our
fellows, but if the t:ap fits anyone they
can wear it. We have known of cases
where certain privileges were granted
and stock given in order to secure the
man's naem as advertisement.
To those who would invest in such
schemes we would say: do not con condemn
demn condemn gambling machines, poker play playing
ing playing and the like. The man who plays
poker matches his money and wit
against "the money and wit of an another,
other, another, while the one who invests his
money in risky stock has nothing to
match his wit against; it is trying to
multiply naught by one hundred
you have three naughts to show for
your one hundred.
There are plenty .of chances right
here in this community .to invest your
money with absolutely sure returns.
And if you just must have some paper
with ogld borders and your name in inscribed
scribed inscribed with fancy letters we can
print them for you at a nominal cost
and well venture they will make just
as good kindling as any other paper.
THE OTHER FELLOWS SISTER
We have seen this, before, and have
forgotten if we ever knew, the name
of the author. Who ever he was he
wrote a good one:
"People are often heard to -make
suggestive remarks concerning young
women whom they see on the streets
but never when a husky male relative
"Generally there is no thought of
injuring the innocent object of these
remarks. They are born in thought thoughtlessness
lessness thoughtlessness and uttered in a spirit of
idleness, but they carry a sting that
"If men would confine their remarks
to such as they would approve if made
regarding their own sisters, or such
as they would make in the presence of
the father or brother of the girl,
there would be less vicious rumors
and ipuendoes circulating from lip
to lip, and fewer heartaches when this
idle gossip reaches the parties con concerned.
cerned. concerned. "The Lord made tongues that they
might be used to good purpose, but
the devil often twists them to his own
"And it makes a world of difference
when it is the other fellow's sister."
Four senators voted against the
confirmation of Mr. Chief Justice
Taft: Borah, Hi Johnson, LaFollette
and Tom Watson. They probably do
not want such a bellicose man on the
bench. Tampa Tribune.
Watson and the other three are
congenial spirits. But why does the
Trib. refer so coarsely to the shape of
our chief justice? Why not be refined
and call it a bay window ?
Al. filVAL AND DEPAUTURE
OF TRAINS IN OCALA
Seaboard Air Line
rrive from Jacksonville.. 2:10
eave for Tampa......... 2:15
rrive from Jacksonville.., 1:30
-eave for Tampa. .... 1:55
Arrive from Jacksonville.. 3:51
eave for Tampa .. I ... 4:05
Arrive from Tampa 2:14
eave for Jacksonville.... 2:15
Ai rive from Tampa....... 1:55
eave for Jacksonville 1 :55
rrive from Tampa. . 4:16
eave for -Jacksonville. .. 4:17
Arrive from New York.... 1:34
jetrfretoTjSt. Petersburg.. 1:37
Arrive from St. Petersburg 2:55
eave for New York...... 3:00
Atlantic Coast Line
Arrive from Jacksonville. 2:31
weave for St. Petersburg. 2:32
Arrive from Jacksonville 3:34
Leave for St. Tetarshurg.. 3:35
Vrrive -from Jacksonville. .10:12
eave for Leesburg 10:13
Arrive from St.. Petersburg 2:26
.leave for Jacksonville.... 2:27
Arrive from St. Petersburg 1:25
eave for Jacksonville.... 1:45
Arrive from Leesburg.... 6:41
Leave for Jacksonville...'. 6:42
Arrive from Homosassa... 1.25
Leave for Homosassa 3:25
Arrive from Gainesville,
daily except Sunday .... 11 :50
Leave for Gainesville, daily
except Sunday 4:45
Ieave for Lakeland Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7:25
Ar. from Lakeland, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday ll:o3
Leave for Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.. 1:10
A i rive fit-m Wilcoi, Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Wednesday. Fridav. 6:45
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock at the Odd -Fellows hall In the
third story of the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
T. C. Carter, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
Roberts & Spencer for picture
fro miner Pall ns iirt. ,We will send for
Wanted a Football
By MURIEL BLAIR.
(S 121. Wmmtb Xwaar Catea.)
Two bats, six Teddy bears, three
balloons and six boxes cf lead sol soldiers,"
diers," soldiers," the bead nurse cotuited. "And
a football. Who wants the foetbalir
"Johnny Ward," answered Nurs
Blair, half crying and halt laughing,
"Isnt It pitiful. Misa-GouB&r
Nurse Gough set down her pencil
and the memorandum and looked at
the other wonderlngly. "A football P
she reiterated. "Then be doesn't
"No, poor little fellew. Would yoa
give It to him. Miss Gougli?"
"What would the mother think?"
Johnny Ward was eight years old
and had been In the hospital for
nearly five weekv ever aUnce he was
knocked down by the baker's wagon
whOe playing upon the street almost
in front of the hospital entrance. He
was quite helpless belew the waist.
and would always be so, said Doctor
Keith, after the operation, unless
well, miracles had happened and such
cases had got well before. So he said
nothing to the pretty young mother
who came day after day, wistful and
patient and always hopeful
And Johnny, wanted a football.
"Well," said Doctor. Keith gruffly,
"why shouldn't he have one If he
wants It? Isn't there enough money
to buy a football? Why, TCI buy him
"Well, here's the football, nurse,"
he said that evening, coming Into the
ward. Doctor Keith held out the paper-wrapped
globe. : J
The little boy's eyes were closed
and he was sleeping soundly. The lit little
tle little helpless feet made tiny mountains
under the bedclothes. Nurse Blair
turned away quickly.
Morning came; the ward awoke.
Shouts and cries of delight were
heard. Nurse Blair went to Johnny's
side. He was playing with the balL
bouncing It upon the sheets. It had
fallen down six times, and each time
the nurse nearest had picked it up
again and returned it
"Johnny," said Nurse Blair, "your
mamma will be here In a few minutes
"Yes, ma'am," answered Johnny..
"Johnny, what are you going to do
with that football V- asked Nurse
"Johnny knew Immediately. Tm
going to look at it and look at it and
wish hard to be well," he answered,
"Johnny, when your mamma comes
she will see it andl it will make her
cry to think of the time when hsr
little bey was strong and well. Ton
dont want to make her cry, de yon,
"No, ma'am," answered Johnny.
"Then," .Johnny," said Nurse Blair,
the diplomat, "suppose we put it away
when she comes and don't show it to
"Yes, ma'am," said Johnny. A tear
stole Into his eye and overflowed.
He handed her the fotbalL "Y-yes,
m-m-ma'am," said Johnny, gulping.
And Just then the visitors came In.
Nurse Blair had taken the ball, but
she had no time to conceal it before
the little woman in black had come
hurrying to the bedside, and she stood
holding it rather foolishly and self selfconsciously
consciously selfconsciously and could not face those
"Tve brought him this and these,"
said lira. Ward, holding out the box
of bricks and the mechanical, toy.
"Bat you you've given him that?"
"Nurse," she said, "I want to ask
ou something. Will he ever walk
again?" "Tell me," she pleaded.
" "Never unless a miracle happens,"
answered Nurse Blair, and the wom woman's
an's woman's hands fell and she turned to the
child and smiled. Then Nurse Blair
understood why some of the Madoo Madoo-bss
bss Madoo-bss were psjnted smiling.
"Mammal" said the voice from the
bed. "I want to whisper something."
The widow knelt down, but the
childish whisper was loud enough to
reach the nurse's ears.
"I mustn't tell you what my pres present
ent present is, because it will make you cry."
The widow placed her arms round
his neck and pressed his face to hers.
"Mamma, I want to show you some something
thing something rre kept for a present for you.
Sit up, mamma, and look. Look I"
Nurse Blair screamed. Doctor Keith,
passing by, stopped, looked, and as assumed
sumed assumed an attitude of professional
pride. His rather tired face broke
into a smile.
"Do that again, Johnny," cried
Jfurse Blair. "Look, doctor, look I
He's wiggling his toes I
"Yes, ma'am." said Johnny proud proudly.
ly. proudly. "That's why I wanted a football.
There, mamma, you're crying after
The sympathetic caller could see
that things were wrong In the house household.
hold. household. "Your husband has been ill?" she
"Yes," said the worried woman, "I
do my best to pleaee him, but nothing
seems to satisfy him."
"Is his condition critical?"
"Critical P exclaimed the woman.
It's worse, than critical; it's quite
"Be careful of that woman, Jim
"What do you mean? Has she got a
husband she doesn't want, or hasnt
she got one she does want?"
May Dlacovtr Earth's Secret.
On the shores of Lough Neagh, in
Ireland, mysterious explosions, gen generally
erally generally occurring in warm and fine
weather, have long been known as
The most plausible theory to ac account
count account for these strange noises is that
they are caused by movements of
rocks settlings, perhaps deep down
in the earth's crust. It has been sug suggested
gested suggested that they might be profitably
studied with the. help of the newly
Invented listening devices, by which
erven : the sm&llMt stm&Ss transmitted
through tha frecsJ csl3 ta h&ari
Texas Laij Saffered With Pulling
tsd Aching Pains in Her Back,
WHci Cardai Relieve!
Houston, Texas. Mrs. C D. Cook, et
1112 Whitty Street, this city, recently
said: "About four months after ray
marriage, I began sulfering" much
pain, and knew that my condition was
unusual, but couldn't just decide what
was wrong. I had to go to bed. ...
"All across my back and hips were
pains, pulling and aching until I could
hardly sit up. I stayed in bed a few
days. My husband had heard of Ca
dul ... so I told him he might get it.
"After I had taken Cardui a few
days, I was up. I took five bottles and
haven't been in bed since for this
trouble, for if I have the least symp symptoms
toms symptoms of this trouble I get Cardui and
take it in time.
"I have a number of friends who
have used Cardui, and they recommend
it very highly."
The experience of this Texas lady
is similar to that related by thousands
of other women.
Cardui is purely vegetable, and mill
and gentle in its action. Cardui may
be the very medicine you need if suf
fering with womanly troubles.
Jor Expert Vulcanizing,
throw your Headlight
on oor shop. We-are
'Experts at this business
and our work is
Ocala House Block
fj C. V. Roberts Barney "Spencer
1 Phone 305 Phone 431
ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel
Office Phone 350, Ocala, Fla. p
217 W. Broadway fl
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
t ri m rt "k r
Geo JacKay 2 Co.
H UAD Ii&7 A l)V m
HIGH; GRADE PAINT
A. E. GERIG
Bring us your g
and Auto Repairing
AUTOGENOUS WEIDLVG CO.
& Orange St. S
W. K." Lane, 51. D physician and
furgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala. Fla. Adv. tf
Our fresh meats as well as our gro groceries
ceries groceries are the best in the land. Prompt
delivery anywhere in the city. luain
Street Market. Phone 103. 23-tf
SSsi j bLS SSBBl BBmaSsi
At the Close of
for by the
Loans and Discounts.....
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation.. .....
Other Stocks and Bonds.
Bank Building, Furniture and Fixtures
Other Real Estate
Cash and Due from Banks
Bigger, Stronger, More
p: AUTO SALES COMPANY
? Mack Taylor
4 DISTRIBUTOR OF GOODYEAR TIRES
North Main St
oen rrmriKiin 100K Poker Into Parts.
In Paris poker was first introduced"
by Benjamin Franklin, first United
States ambassador, who taught mem members
bers members of the court that poker had dom dominoes
inoes dominoes beat a mile. To this day a groC
of white-haired Frenchmen, descend descendants
ants descendants of the club Franklin founded,
meet every night at six o'clock' en the
first floor of the Tavern Royale and
play poker, with many ejacuUtUss
and the most absorbed seriousness na na-ti
ti na-ti it is time for dinner. They ncsa ncsa-ber
ber ncsa-ber among them two mllllotiaires, the
head of a famous dressresklrg fira, a
senator and famous Socialist a.ter,
and trey play with. sous as cl'; 2
a limit cf 50 centimes--thout T-osta
at present rata e ezCzsj a
Condensed Statement of
Business June 30th, 1921, as Called
Comptroller of the Currency.
For months, we have worked to make
Goodyear Tires for passenger cars even
better. We have increased the size of
our clincher type Goodyear. Cords,
made the tread thicker, the carcass
heavier, the bead stronger. Today our
larger size Cords are likewise bigger,
stronger, more durable. And fabric
tires, and inner tubes, too, show
added value. Whatever car you drive,
there are improved Goodyear Tires
and Tubes now ready for it, at the
nearest Goodyear Service Station.
The Goodyear Tire fit Rubber Company
Office Throughout the
One of Franklin's peculiarities was
a contentlou that a flush beat a full
Loose, and eren now the majority of
frenchmen play that way.
Wood That Does Not Re
The wood of the mangrove tree,l
which is found in French Gulaaa, is
considered by the French as a wood
that wCl not rot. All exposure as 3
(forts to break 'down its fiber Ik four
years experiments by the French rail railway
way railway service have been, malsss.
Te grain of the wood Is so dose
as practically to eiclc2e all moisture.
.Jtt dsaslty is placed at 110, as &;sii-st
0 for fir and 70 for oak. In adHtlsa
tO thiS ClC&HZdLZt fef fLSX- th.8 SZ-ZSir
in a i
.$ 775,757.64 Cf
$ 1,420.469. 19
grove" nas a large 'amount Zt tanEtrc
in its comi -option. This protects It
from inserts and such blights as mold
and damp. While not as brittle as
oak. it has twice the resistance to
flexion and has about the same po
tency against crushing and twisting.
"There's one thing stent
Tvstnf tfi.mr3" said t!'3
"What 13 itr asked the CTist.cog.rk
"There's no profit la te deal, cf
course, but it's one thing I U thU
mj customers don't trtnf back I
want to exchange for soiaett'x.? falsa...
Thif It Etsettaisr jewr. U
S 0 1 I
OCA LA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1921
111 W. Broadway
C. Cecil Bryant
Gary Block, Over 10c Store
Day Phone' 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalm erg
G. B. Overton, Mgr.
Coy Scouts of America
A. R. Cassil, Scoutmaster
Meets every F iday night at the
Library, at 8:30 o'clock. Visiting
Scouts are al n ays welcome.
FOR THE LADY WHO CARES
The exact thing you want you will
find at Hooper's Milady Beauty. Par Parlors.
lors. Parlors. We are now equipped to furnish
yon any line in cosmetics that you
are looking for. Our cosmetician is
able to give th very best in skin and
scalp treatment, nanicuring, sham shampooing,
pooing, shampooing, etc. Elecirolysis work done
in all forms; also Iviir restoring made
a specialty. Phone 272, 112 Fort King
avenue. The shop where the children
like to go. 27-tf
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in th city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
2G0, 310 N. Main street 27-tf
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
There's no extra ehargt for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish alt the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. tf
OF WOMEN'S AND MISSES' SPBING
Beginning July 9th and continuing throughout
July. Taking our loss in order to clear our shelves of
all' spring and summer wear. Wonderful values pre prevail
vail prevail on all articles. We are offering our entire stock
of Blouses, Kimonas and Skirts at reduction of 1-4 off.
STBS5--;- 'Tais.- jdam kfm
Some Among Our Many Offerings
Georgette Blouses, priced $3.50, on sale $1.98. Tricolette in colors, $7.00 and
$8.00 values, for $4.75 and $5.98. Ladies' Plaid Skirts, $2.98; Middy Blouses,
$1.75; values now, 98c; $2.50 Middy for $1.25.
gandy Waists in colors, neatly made, $3.00 value for 51.49, and many other
articles too uumerous to mention.
Men's Straw Hats 49c up
Men's Blue Chambray Shirts, 79c. Our shoe stock has been cut in half. We
ask a visit to our store to see the many offerings.
Owing to the great sacrifice made, none of these
goods can be charged or exchanged
Cor. Broadway and Orange St., west of Commercial Bank Bldg.
SAIE.BEGINS SATURDAY, JULY 9,
CONTINUING THROUGH JULY
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Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
(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
2:15 am Tarapa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 ?n N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1 :50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
i;Q5pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 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 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dunellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
JULY RICH IE
F 1 V as 9w tf Jf( V
Every Thursday, 5 to 8 p.m.
Plus 8c War Tax
Bring Your Picric Supper and
Enjoy the Cool Breezes
of Silver River
For information see or phone
IV. L. CarmichacI
Boats Open for Charter
At All Times
Silk and Crepe deChine Ted Teddies,
dies, Teddies, Nainsocks in white and
pink colors for 79c, 98c, $1.49
Voiles in colors 35c, on sale
at 22c yd. Apron check and
dress gingham at 13c yd.' Un Unbleached
bleached Unbleached muslin at 74c yd.
Scrim at 18c yd. Bungalow
aprons value $1.50, on sale 98c
Bungalow dress $2.50 value for
$1.85. An assortment of Or
PLEASANT PARTY GIVEN
BY MRS. AND MISS PYLES
The lawn party that was to have
been given; Tuesday afternoon at 6:30
at the suburban home of Mr. and Mrs.
S. R. PyJes, which Mrs. Pyles and her
daughter. Miss Catherine Pyles, had
planned in compliment to the former's
daughter. Miss Ophelia Sawtelle, of
New York city, and her two guests,
Missfts Isabel and Ethel Sheimberger,
of Baltimore, was converted into an
indoor picnic on account of the down downpour
pour downpour of rain, and if anything proved
more enjoyable and informal than if
the entertainment had been as first
planned, under the magnificent oaks
that surround the Pyles home.
Over twenty-five guests responded
to the invitation and as always every everybody
body everybody was made to feel at home. Music,
games, etc., and lively conversation
entertained the guests for the first
part of the evening during which time
punch was served. A sumptuous sup supper
per supper was then served, picnic style, and
in every way this compliment to
Miss Sawtelle and the Misses Sheim Sheimberger
berger Sheimberger was a most pleasant occasion,
for it gave Miss Sawtelle's many
friends the opportunity of enjoying a
visit with her and making the acquain acquaintance
tance acquaintance of her two attractive friends,
and all regret to lear nthat their visit
to Ocala will only last until Monday
Mrs. Pyles and Miss Pyles will
again entertain tomorrow evening for
Miss Sawtelle and the Misses Sheim Sheimberger
berger Sheimberger and the invited guests on this
occasion will be the married friends
of the Pyles family.
News of the marriage of Miss May
Hortense Hodges, youngest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hodges of Hick Hickory
ory Hickory Island, on the gulf, to Mr. Ray Raymond
mond Raymond R. Mason, of Orlando, which
took place at the home of the bride's
parents, Wednesday afternoon, June
29th, Rev. Bowyer officiating, will be
Teceived with much interest in Ocala,
where the bride has on a number of
occasions visited, in the homes of her
uncle and aunt, Mr. Paul Durand and
Mrs. Lanier Robertson. The bride, a
very pretty and charming young wom woman
an woman at all times, was unusually so the
day of her wedding. She was becom becomingly
ingly becomingly gowned is a traveling suit of
dark blue with accessories to match.
After a motor trip, Mr. and Mrs.
Mason will reside in Orlando, where
the groom is in the automobile busi business.
ness. business. Mr. Mason is popular in Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, both socially and in the busi business
ness business world.
TUESDAY AUCTION CLUB
The members of the Tuesday eve evening
ning evening auction club enjoyed, their regu regular
lar regular weekly meeting last night with
Miss Alice Sexton at her home on
Sanchez street.' Playing with the club
members were Mrs. W. A. Wilds and
Miss Marion Dewey. Miss Dewey
scored highest and was rewarded with
a very pretty cut glass perfume bot bottle
tle bottle and to Miss Ruth Simmons fell the
consolation trophy, a dainty hand hand-painted
painted hand-painted coin pocketbook. Miss Sex Sexton
ton Sexton served ice cream, cakeand candy.
PLEASANT EVENT AT PALATKA
The big porch of the Smith apart apartments
ments apartments on North Second street was the
scene of a pretty little party yester yesterday
day yesterday morning. Miss Florence Smith
was entertaining the members of the
Wegotem Club, and had used pink
crepe myrtle with charming effect in
decorating for the occasion. The
guests gathered at the hostess' home
at ten o'clock, and spent the morning
with their sewing. Some chose to play
bridge instead of sewing, .nd for
these a table was provided. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments consisting of potato salad, dev deviled
iled deviled eggs, pickles, tomato sandwiches
and iced tea were served by Miss
Smith to her guests, who included:
Mrs. J. B. Darby, Mrs. D. V. Loop,
Mrs. R. E. MacDonald, Mrs. C. W.
Ferrell, Mrs. C. E. Anderson and
Misses Aloe Everton. Priscilla Hamm,
Irene Yelverton, Dorothy Merriam
and Mildred Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Murphy
announce the marriage of their daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Louise Adel, to Mr. Frederick
Jacob Fuchs, on Saturday, June 4th,
1921, Homestead, Fla."
surprising the Empress.
An amusing story is told by Angus Angus-tin
tin Angus-tin FUon In his reminiscences of thS
rtma Aatr vrVfn she WfiB 1tC37 in -A
Vii ""J -.
hammock, an over-zealous aide-8?-
fit was not his first blunder)
noticed an old Japanese parasol whidi
was ivinar lonar forgotten at.the foot
of a tree, and which had beceme, fcy
the accumulation of years, the rec-
tacle of a varied collection of llvm
and dead insects.
Advancing with the movements Of
a slave of the harem fanning a sul
tana, the officer opened the parasol.
and a perfect deluge of grubs and
caterpillars rained upon the empress.
who uttered a shriek of terror and
tnrane out of the hammock 12
Hop for Us Yet.
What do you regard as the bul
wark of ths nationr
The cemmon sense of the plain
"When does It assert Itself 7"
"That's hard to say, but a statis statistician
tician statistician tells me 60 per cent of our poj poj-ulatlon
ulatlon poj-ulatlon has never learned -to snir snir-my.'
my.' snir-my.' Birmingham Age-Herald.
Roberts & Spencer
Statement of the Condition of
The Ocala National
Of Ocala, Florida
Marion County Warrants, Loans, Discounts, Bonds
U. S. Bonds. ........ .1
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures .......
Other Real Estate Owned ......
CASH: On Hand and Due from Banks
Capital Stock, fully paid in ...
Surplus and Undivided Profits earned ...
DEPOSITS ... ........
: THE VOGUE
Sugar and Milk have greatly reduced in price.
We can therefore serve drinks and creams cheaper.
Ice Cream Cones 4c, War Tax lc..5c
Coca Cola 4c, WarjTax lc 5c
Ice Cream, Dish 9c, War Tax lc.lOc
Chocolate Milk' 7c, War Tax lc...8c
Limeade 9c, War Tax lc. .10c
Come to see us.
Notice is bert-by given that the board
of county commtealoners or Marion
county. Florida, until 2 o'clock p. m. on
the 9th day of July. 1921. at the office ot
the clerk of the said board at the Mar Marlon
lon Marlon county court house In Ocala, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, will receive SEALED BIDS for
all or any part of the bond of such
county authorized by an election held
April zotn, 19ZO. saia dodos oemg par particularly
ticularly particularly described as follows:
All of said bonds being dated July
1st. 1920, In the denomination of one
thousand dollars eacn; an 'Bearing-
per cent interest per annum from their
date: one bundred and forty ot said
bonds maturing five years from their
date, two hundred of said bonds ma maturing
turing maturing ten years from their date and
two hundred and twenty of said bonds
maturing fifteen years from their date;
Interest on all of said bonds being pay
able semi-annually on the nrst cay or
January and the first day of July of
each year. The interest coupons due
January 1st, 1921, and July 1st. 1921,
will e detached oerore tne saie or oe oe-livery.
livery. oe-livery. The said bids will be received
by said board, with the understanding
that the bonds wm oe aeiiyerea,
the amount of successful bid or bids
paid over after the 9th day of July
ami before the 10th day of August,
1921 . ... ...
A certified checic. saustaexory 10 me
e&ld board, for a sum equal to one per
cent of the amount of bid. must be de
livered with each bid as security to in insure
sure insure compliance therewith, in the event
ame is accepted. ....
The said board reserves the right to
relect any or all bids.
THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS
SIONERS Or 31AltlU. Wt.iii,
FLXByIT'D. LANCASTER JR..
6-8-wed 5t Jirx-
STOP THAT ACHE I
Don't worry and complain about a
.d back. Get rid of that pain and
lameness! Use Doan's Kidney rills.
Many Ocala people have used them
and know how effective they are.
Here's an Ocala case.
J. E. Allemand. prop, of jewelry;,
store, Fort King avenue, says: "Some J
time ago I wreched my back while;.
working in my garden and lor some
time following had a -constant ache
across the small of my back and in
my hips. It was distressing for me
to straighten up after I had sat in one
position for any length of time. I be began
gan began to use -Doan's Kidney Pills and
they surely proved their merit in a
short time, for they caused every
svmptom of this trouble to disappear.
I take a dose of Doan's occasionally
t j keep my kidneys in good order.
Price 60c. at all dealers. Dont
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Allemand had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 3
At the close of business Thursday,. June 30, 1921
- Condensed from Report to the Comptroller of Currency
On the Merits of the above. Statement,
We Invite Your Business.
We appreciate your patronage,
will sell you
Five gallons kerosene... 9 Oe
Lard Compound 12c
Pure Lard 2 lbs. for 35e
White Bacon, per lb.... 17 Vt
Smoked Bacon Squares 22 e
Smoked Country Hams. .38c
Octagon Soap 8c 3 Ck for 21e
Export Borax Soap 1 dox 53c
Cherry Bell Flour 24 lbs $1.55
Cherry Bell Flour 12 lbs 80c
W. Baker's Cocoa lb... 30c
W. Baker's Cocoa 1 lb... 55c
Senate Coffee, 1 lb 40c
Senate Coffee, 3 lbs.... $1.15
Eeddick PNut Butter 1 lb 30c
Evaporated Milk, ta!1....15e
Evaporated Milk, small... 7e
Uneeda Biscuits, and all
10 c pkgs 8c 3 for 20c
FARMERS EXGOAKSE SI
Careful estimates made on all eon eon-tract
tract eon-tract work. Gives more a&i l etter
work for the money tZ&n any ctier
contractor in the city.
Iacrea5 year sales. JLdvcrtlxs.
I . .032,150.15
Milk Shake 9c, War Tax lc ICc
Malt Milk 13c, War Tax 2c 15c
All Sundaes 18c, War Tax 2c....0e
All Bonbons 23c, War Tax 2c... 25c
23c, War Tax 2c.
All former 20c. pkgs....le
Cloverbloora Butter, lb. .4Ce
Three Argo Starch 23c
One doz. Argo Starch... Sc
Evaporated peaches, lb. AZc
Prunes, per lb 23c
Qt. jars Honey .C"t
Qt. cans or tel. Syrup .ZZ:
Pint cans Syrup 13c
Syrup drawn from
barrel, per gal ,72c
Cheese per lb ...23c
Firestone Tires, 30x3.$10.SS
Firestone Tires, ZOxV.i 13.13
Grey Tubes, 30x3 $2.15
Grey Tubes, 0x3 Vs.... 1113
Bed Tubes S0x3 $2iI3
Bed Tubes, 32x32
Sugar, 14 pounds. .... J 3
Pv, "f f:
C:a..i V-: .C.
'r4i' predict year eyes, A
selectic-n for a fe days only.
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1921
11 you have any society items for
please call jive-one.
Ilr. and Mrs. Weller Carmichael are
arranging for a dance at Silver
E; :7i&s tomorrow evening. They have
engaged a good orchestra and no mat matter
ter matter vhat the weather may be, the
dance will te a good one. Everybody
should go and encourage Mr. and Mrs.
Carmichael to continue these dances
through the summer, i
Let us deliver your grocery order
with your fresh meats each morning.
Mam Street Market. Phone 108. 28-tf
; Mrs. M. Fishel and Mr. Max Fishel
reiuroed Sunday from a most, enjoy-
E1 Pmatar trirt tn rvrvinta rvn a Vast-
Ccast. jThey were accompanied by
llr: and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, who at attended
tended attended the retail jewelers' convention
We do not make all the bread used
in Ocala, so we content ourselves with
K&king the best. Federal Bakery. 6t
An put of town extra order for five
hundred loaves of bread received late
yesterday afternoon by the Federal
Eikery .was in the express office by
Quality is the first consideration in
making Federal bread and rolls. Fed
eral Bakery. 6-6t
Mr. and Mrs. Addison Pound, Mr
and Mrs. Finley Cannon and Mrs.
llary! Pound spent the Fourth at Sil
ver. Springs, and report a deligutfu
day's outing. Gainesville News.
Your neighbor prefers Federal
bread and there's a reason. Find out
the reason. It's easy. Federal Bak
The, ,, members of the Eutawah
class of the Methodist church held
their regular monthly meeting yes
terday afternoon wiith Miss Leonora
Colby at her home on Orange avenue
Day Dream extracts and toilet wa
ters, a full line, just received at the
Court Pharmacy. 6-tf
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Cook returned
last night from West Palm Beach
where they went to attend the f unera
of the former's father. Mr. and Mrs,
Cook were accompanied home by lit
tie Miss Rapley Cook of West Palm
Beach, Mr. Cook's uriece.
The first time Ocala ladies have
had an opportunity to get DAY
DREAM face powder, It's at the
Court Pharmacy. s 6-tf
Mrs. J. W. Akin and son, James left
thisaftemoon for .Georgia, where they
will visit relatives for a month or two
Ask for Day Dream rouge and tal
cum powder at the Court Pharmacy. 6t
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Adams and
daughter, Dorothy left this afternoon
for New York, where they will spend
some time. V.
Get a sample of Day Dream powder
at the Court Pharmacy. : 6-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer DeCamp and
Hiss Katie Mae Lee will leave tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for Stamford, Conn., of r a sever several
al several weeks visit with relatives.
The talk of the town among the la ladies
dies ladies who know is the complete line of
Day Dream toilet articles now to be
had at the Court Pharmacy. 6-tf
Mrs. S. F. Sanders is enjoying a
visit with her sister Mrs. W. J. Sam Sam-ford
ford Sam-ford at Opelika, Ala.
Mrs. Jessie Marshall is the guest of
her grandmother, Mrs. H. H. Black of
Lawtey for several weeks.
Mr. W. W. Snelling of Lowell, Mr.
V. E. Enoblock of Martin, Mr. and
Mrs. H. V. Lee of Eastlake, and Mr.
and Mrs. E. W. Rush of Mcintosh,
were shoppers and business visitors in
the city for the day. ..
Mrs. R. J. Perkins has as her guests
Miss Venita Vickers and Miss Thelma
Lett of Douglas,, Ga:
Miss Frances Tarver is visiting
friends at Island Grove for several
Mrs. Sylvan McElroy and son, Syl Sylvan
van Sylvan of Orlando,' are visitors in the city
for a few weeks guest at he home of
Mrs. MFlrnv's Barents. Mr. and Mrs.
Jchn Dozier. -r; :
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Fish Bryant
and two children of Crocker, Mo., and
their friends,; Mr. and Mrs. Roedener
and family of Bourbon, Mo., are en enjoying
joying enjoying stay in Ocala at the home cf
the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs
W R Brvant. Before returning to
their respective homes, they will visit
St. Petersburg aiiid Tampa.
Mrs. T. M. Nib'ilack of Dunnellon is
?:?r.din2 a few days in Ocala, a
Vi at the horn cf Mrs. Paul Du-
llr. and Mrs. W. J. TilL-nan
" .... j
v- w are enjoying; a viiit v?U'i tiii
;;T7f;w-.ive!at' Orange Springs, j
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer
came up yetserday from their Lake
Weir home, where they have been for
the past five months, and will spend a
few days in Ocala before going to
Hendersonville, N. C, for a month or
Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Parrish left yes
terday afternoon for Atlanta, where
the former goes to attend a druggist's
exposition that will take place during
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gause, Mr. and
Mrs. Williard Gause and Mr. Roy
Gause of Wall Springs, who were here
with the Tarpon ball team, were
guests at the home of their cousin,
Mr. Arthur Cobb and family. Mr.
Harry Gause is manager of the Tar
Mr. J. L. Hillman of the Seaboard
construction force, took a few days
off around the fourth to visit his fam-
uy m this city.
On her return from Winthrop Col
lege in South Carolina, where she
graduated a few days ago, Miss Hen
rietta Livingston was accompanied by
her sister. Miss Delia, who has been
studying at Brenau in Gainesville,
Jack Galloway bad a bearing in
Judge Futch's court yesterday and
was bound over to the grand jury in
Judge W. M. Gober, formerly of
Ocala, but now of Lakeland, is greet
ing his old friends here.
Mr. F. E. Hemphill of Juliette was
in the city yetserday and paid the
Star a pleasant call.
Dan Smith, one of the men who
brought whisky here from Orlando a
few weeks ago, and was neatly grab grabbed
bed grabbed by the officers, is being tried be before
fore before Judge Futch today. His brother
Ed will probably be tried tomorrow.
Panama Canal Lock.
: There are few things more Interest Interesting
ing Interesting to the average traveler than to
pass through the great locks of the
Panama canal. The vessel enters very
lowly and as she does lines are taken
aboard leading to electric motors or
"mules," which keep her In the center
of the lock. Then the great gates at
the rear swing together and the water
is turned Into the enclosure thus
formed. Looking over the side of the
steamer one sees a great bubble of
water rise from the bottom, then a
second and third appear until finally
the whole surface of the lock is boil boiling.
ing. boiling. The pressure Is so great that
often fish sucked Into the drains that
lead from the Gatum lake, are drawn
In and thrown several feet inflp the
air. When the proper level is finally
reached the gate ahead of the vessel
opens and the "mules start forward,
dragging the vessel free from the lock
before she moves ahead under her
Carnival festivities originated in the
Roman Catholic countries of Europe,
where they were celebrated, especial especially
ly especially in Rome and Naples, with great
mirth and freedom during the week
before the beginning of Lent. Mardl
Gras (literally "Fat Tuesday," so
called for the French practice of pa pa-rading
rading pa-rading a fat ox, "boeuf gras," during
the celebration of the day), or Shrove
Tuesday, is the last day of the car carnival.
nival. carnival. The festivities were first In Introduced
troduced Introduced into New Orleans In 1833, by
one pf Its French citizens, Mr. Marig Marig-ny,
ny, Marig-ny, and for many years they consisted
of t promiscuous maskers roaming
through the streets of the city. Indulge
ing in various kinds of amusements,
fun and folly.
Oldest Crown Jewel a Sapphire.
Only a few of the early British
royal Jewels survive In the present
regalia. The oldest of these Is the
sapphire of Edward the Confessor,
which was originally set In his coro coronation
nation coronation ring. It was burled with him
In his shrine in Westminster Abbey,
but in 1101 the shrine was broken
open and this and other Jewels re removed.
moved. removed. The sapphire is In the cross
on the top of the king's state crown.
Legend has it that St. John once ap appeared
peared appeared before the Confessor as a pil pilgrim,
grim, pilgrim, and that the monarch gave him
the ring, which was returned later.
The stone is reputed to have the pow
er of curing sciatica and rheumatism.
but has not been used for this pur purpose
pose purpose r3ently.
Most of the l? oilers maae jobusj
Kllbane never happen.
- Spain has been invited to meet Eng England
land England In. the first Davis cup round.
Columbia has a crew which de decidedly
cidedly decidedly sticks to its knitting in a race.
Flake Brown has been re-elected
captain of the Harvard wrestling team.
Raising the Family-
THE BOY SCOUTS
Again the parents and friends of
the boys are invited to meet with us,
at 8:30 p. nu, Friday, July 8th.
This is a red letter day in the life
of every scout. The first tests have
been passed, the boys have been reg
istered at national headquarters, the
certificates have been received by the
scoutmatser, and Friday night the
boys will take the scout oath, and add
twelve more members to the largest
organized association of boys in the
There are over 300,000 boy scouts
in the United States. The organiza
tion extends over the entire world. It
would be hard indeed for a boy scout
to go anywhere, and not fiend a friend.
In six weeks the boys have put in 128
hours of scout work and : recitations.
Figure that out for yourself; at an
eight-hour day, it would be 16 days
out of 42. Going some, is it not? And
that doesn't include the time they put
in studying and practicing.
Encourage them by your presence
Friday night. A. R. Cassil, S. M.
INCREASING THE YIELD
OF FIELD CROPS
There are three ways of increasing
the yields of field ( crops by better
tillage, better fertilization, better
The first two are expensive, but
better seed can be cheaply produced at
home for most crops. Corn, peanuts
and sweet potatoes can be improved
by anyone with judgment. Cases are
known where the yields of peanuts
and' sweet potatoes have been prac
tically doubled by field selection of
seed in one year. This is very unusual,
but a remarkable increase can be ob obtained
tained obtained from both these crops, unless
the seed from which they are being
grown has already been"carefully se
Corn does not respond so readily,
but increases of 30 per cent have been
recorded. In tests conducted by the
U. S. department of agriculture on the
Potomac Flats, where-the land aver averaged
aged averaged 50 bushels of corn per acre, they
obtained an increase of 20 per cent
by using their carefully selected seed,
This means that they made ten bush
els of corn more per acre- from the
field selected seed than from the crib
Several years ago the governor of
Minnesota got a number of farmers
interested to make trials of field seed
selection. Their reports showed that
the yields averaged five bushels more
per acre from this seed than from
similar seed taken from their cribs,
Almost any j stalk of corn with fair
seasons and soil will' make a good
looking ear if it has plenty of room
in the cornfield that is, if there are
skips in the stand near this stalk. If
seed are then taken from the crib this
ear would likely bev selected and it
might not reproduce as well under
normal field conditions of a good
stand. But if a good, well filled ear
is made on a stalk growing in a close
stand on average soil, this ear would
be more likely to reproduce good ears
under similar conditions another year.
A number of otherthings musfalso
be taken into consideration in seed
corn selection. This work is ery well
worth any farmer's learning. It can
be made one of the most valuable
day's work that can be done. A bushel
of corn will plant six to eight acres.
If an increase of one bushel per acre
can be made, this will mean that the
bushel of field selected corn will be
worth six to eight bushels next year,
above what the bushel of crib selected
corn is worth. This bushel will then
be worth $15. In a day two to six
bushels of good seed can be selected in
The county agent will be glad to
assist any farmer to familiarize him himself
self himself with this work. This month is
the time for it. No charge can or
would be made for any service of this
kind. K. C. Moore,"
Reading Man's Mina.
By watching a man's actions one
can tell as plainly what Is going on In
his mind as a person can read a page
of print, according to Dr. Henry
Gaines Hawn, who Is conducting a
course of lectures at the chamber of
me the boyhood ambition of a manj!
and T can tell you much of his char-,
acter and desires," he said. "He mayh
never have realized that ambition.
may have apent his life in a far differ different
ent different business and met with success
ham hnl Kla hnirhrwwl amhlHnn toll?
the way nis tastes run and he still
likes the same things he admired then. -Go
into a courtroom and watch the r
two lawyers opposing each other 'and :
yon can soon tell by the way they are
Questioning which fears for the safety
of the case and which thinks himself
on solid ground." Kansas City Star.
Pa never reacted wrat a tx?amtful Home
: -x f to i jfoawe cvc snr-euT.Fvx fWoiAft xooe I ) Wlrt occoNir. that (
As in a Kaleidoscope
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LOOKING at millinery this season
is like looking in a kaleidoscope at
the ever-chan?ing aud beautiful forms
that know no limit to their variations.
Hats and trimmings are Infinitely va va-.letl,
.letl, va-.letl, changing from day to day. no
styles holding the attention of the pub public
lic public to the exclusion of others for even
a few brief wcelis. The milliner knows
not what to expect next, but she has
the consolation of knowing that all
materials are usable nothing reaMy
unfashionable, everything saleable, If
made Into becoming hats. The lines in
high-class hats are. subtle and flatter flattering
ing flattering women are in high good humor
with them; and in qx hats there are
several beautiful high colors that are
in great demand. This is about all the
generalizing that can be safely done in
In the group of smart hats shown
above something rf the various de dependable
pendable dependable styles- and types of bats are
shown. At the top a street hat with
visor brim Is made of milan braid as
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. &
meets at the Masonic hall the second
and fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Rosalie Condon, W.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M., meets on the first and third
thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock until further notice.
J. R. Dey. W. M.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
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 always welcome.
H. B. Baxter, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular conventions of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month at 8 p. in.
H. S. Wesson, II. P.
B. L. Adams, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
We Specialize on
: Ford and Chevrolet
COOPER CorJ Non-Skid Tires, 30x3 1-2,
8000 Mile Guarantee, $18
DIAMOND Plain Tread 30x3, $12.50
PJLARINE Heavy Oil, five gallons, $3.50
We buy and sell second hand Ford Cars
Jas. Engesser, Prip.
Day Phone 258 Night Phone 533
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pictured, it depends for Its decoration
on a rich ribbon collar with two" out outstanding
standing outstanding loops at the right side. Just
below, at the left, one of the manj
surviving ofT-the-fat-e shapes, of vises
braid, is elaborated with an embroid embroidered
ered embroidered pattern, with a leHd placed at the
renter of each motif and thee beads
joined by a narrow ribbon. To the
right a sailor shape, with draped
crown, is made of candy cloth, or other
lustrous fabric, the brim faced with
silk or georgette rrepe and clusters of
grapes for trimming. This particular
millinery fruit, and other fruits made
of silk, are among the things that can
be depended upon to outlive the sea season,
son, season, in black with white cameUas, and
other black and white flowers, they
adorn many lovely blak and white
hats for midsummer
cormoHT sr muismi mw
jthe second and fourth Tuesday eve-
ining? of each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Lodge rooms
upstairs over Troxler's'r.nd the Book
Shop. ll:i Main street.
A. A. Vandenbrock, E. R.
' C. Y. Miller, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge. No. 19.' Conventions
held every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the castle hall. A cordial
welcome to visiting brothers.
Tom Proctor, C. C
("1 as. K. Saire. K. of R. A S
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F,
meets every Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock at the Odd Fellows hall in the
third storyof the Gary block. A
warm welcome always extended to
T. C. Carter, N. G.
Frank G. Churchill, Secretary.
. Roberts & Spencer for picture
framing. Call us up. We will send for
Roberts & Spencer for mattress
attractive ads. pay big dividends.
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Head the,, want ids.
CATCHER BASSLER IS
Um Mental Telepathy in Ray Raying
ing Raying Baseh&lL
Tlfar Recruit Smi to Poinh Un Uncanny
canny Uncanny Ability to Outgus BatUrs
and Bass 8U!r Good at
Johnny Batsler. rookie catcher of
Ty Cobb's Tigers, uses mental telep telepathy
athy telepathy In his basebalL' Ills uncanny
ability to outguess bat:ers and base
runners' and cross them up has
stamped him as a genuine California
Already he is being mentioned in
the same class with Bay Schalk of
the White Sor. Steve O'Neill of the
Indians and Ralph Perkins of the Ath Athletics.
letics. Athletics. And that is the most select class ef
catchers in the majors today, writes
Dean Snyder in Chicago Post.
While Georges Carpentler was cred credited
ited credited with the hypnotic eye to win him
knockouts, Bassler uses his Inherent
cunning to assist in piling up strike strikeouts
outs strikeouts and putouts.
In a recent game against the White
Sox the Tiger rookie cut down four
of Eld Glea son's runners on the paths.
Three of these .were the result of
Bassler outguessing Chicago on the
Catcher Johnny Bassler of Detroit
hit-and-run play. The hit-and-run play
Is always the thorn in the catcher's
When properly executed this play is
figured to be almost invincible. It is
die catcher's job to prevent It.
But in order to block it he must
sense that It Is coming and cross the
batter. This is just what Bassler has
shown he Is able to cope with.
Cobb watched Bassler work on the
Los Amceles club In the Coast league.
He sized Bassler up as a rare strate strategist
gist strategist and picked him off.
His throw to the bases is called the
sllng-.hoi. peg. He throws from any
position where he happens to trap the
balL Also the Tiger hurlers want to
work with him because he not only
holds them, but he helps them pick
the batters weaknesses.
On tcp of this the Tiger backstop
can hit Bassler Is twenty-six. He
had a brief trial with the Cleveland
club in 1913 and 1914. Shipped to the
Coast league for seasoning, he has de developed
veloped developed his mind-reading ability to
an almost uncanny sense.
Last year with the Lbs Angeles club
he plied up 190 assists, leading all
catchers in this department. He was
second in put-outs, having 893.
Transplanted back to the majors
this year Bassler Is blooming as the
season's best catching find.
BASEBALL CRAZY IN HAWAII
New Diamonds Laid Out In Municipal
. Parks and Several Leagues Have
Reports from Honolulu are that
baseball never had such a boom. New
diamonds have been laid out In munic municipal
ipal municipal parks In the city and there are
a half dozen leagues going, to say
nothing of scores of unattached team.
Some high class players are being de developed,
veloped, developed, too, and. scouts for the big
leagues might find It worth while to
Wolflht of Air.
Untfl very recently nobody knew
how mmch air weighed.
Ws cannot see the sir, and, excepi
when the wind blows, we do not feei
1L Hence It seems to us to have al
most no substance.
. Tot It is a ratter substantial fluid
When it moves at a rate of one hun hundred
dred hundred miles an hour it uproots greal
forest trees and throws the waten
cf Uu ocean into turmoil. If out
bodies were empty of air the pressun
of the Atmosphere surrounding m
would crush ns to an immediate pulp
A room ten feet long, ten feet wld
and ten feet high contains 75 pound
josr Tes- vmmoa PAce
iVANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Want a Cook t
Want a Clerk
Want a Partner
Want a Situation
- Want to Sell a Piano
Want a Servant Girl
Want to Sell Your Auto
Want to Sell Town Property
Want to Sell Your Groceries
Want to Sell Your Hardware
Want Customers for Anything
Advertise DAILY in This Paper
Advertising Is the Way to Success
Advertising Brings Customers
Advertising Keeps Customers
Anvertising Insures Success
Advertising Shows Energy
Advertising Shows Pluck
Advertising Is "Biz "Biz-Advertise
Advertise "Biz-Advertise or Bust
THE EV1IIG SH
FOR RENT Lovely big bay front
rooms, elegantly furnished and all
modern conveniences; also large
home on bay completely furnished,
either by week or month at summer
rates. One of the most desirable
bathing beaches in Florida. Come
to Clearwater for your vacation.
Address Box 831, Clearwater, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 23-12t
BATH ROOMS Four bath rooms on
the beach at Lake Weir fcr rent,
by thed ay or part of the day. Ad Address
dress Address Mrs. R. L. Martin, Lake Weir,
, Fla. 22-24-29-1
WANTED Position as stenographer
or typewriter. Good references.
Miss Hoyt Knijht, Belleview, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 30-6t
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms. Call phone 238 or apply at
34 N. Sanchez St., Ocala. l-6t
TRANSFER SERVICE When you
want baggage transferred or have
light or heavy hauling, locally or
long distance, phone 434. L. E.
Cordrey. 7-1-1 m
LOST Small ledger In dark tan
leather case. Finder will receive re reward
ward reward of $5 by returning promptly
to Star oce ollir R. II. Sandors, Dun Dunnellon.
nellon. Dunnellon. 2-Ct
FOR SALE 1917 Ford touring car;
good cord tires, good top, overside
"steering wheel, shock absorbers, and
in all round good condition. Dixie
Garage. Phone 258. 7-5-6t
FOR SALE Second hand lumber,
coquina shell rock and other build building
ing building materials. W. A. Tinsman,
Ocala, Fla. 7-5-3t
FOR RENTV-Three or four finished
rooms for light housekeeping. Ap Apply
ply Apply Phone 87. 5-tf
GUAVAS Fine Lake Griffin guavas
for sale in crate lots. Suitable for
jellies. Price $1.50 crate f. o.
Leesburg. Order NOW to be sure
you get them. F. E. Wetherbee,
Agent, Leesburg, Fla. 7-5-tf
TAKEN UP Yellow and black spot spotted
ted spotted sow and pigs taken up Friday.
May be had by the owner paying
expenses and damages. Apply to
Mellie Ward, 802 Madison street,
AGENTS WANTED Wre start you in
the candymaxing business at home,
or small room anywhere. Every Everything
thing Everything furnished. Experience unnec-
. essary. Men-women. Earn $30- to
$100 weekly. Send self addressed
stamped envelope for particulars.
Bon-Bon Candymakers Co., Phila Philadelphia,
delphia, Philadelphia, Pa. 7-6-6-
AUTOMOBILES W A S II E D We
wash and polish your car in first
class shape at low prices and guar guarantee
antee guarantee satisfaction. Washing, 75c.;
polishing, 50c. Dixie Garage. 5-t
WANTED Sales lady at once at
Fishel's. 1 4t
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