a r a
This morning. TO. f
This afternoon, 92.
Partly cisudy tonight and
Friday. Local showers.
OCALA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JULY 7, mi
FIXED TO PLEASE -THE
WAVE OF HEAT III
001 TO HilO
THE HI ARMY
SfJTS A00 Till
THE (IDLE WEST
HELD CLOSE S
Bei erratic Members of the Ways and
Means Cora mitt Denounce the
New- Tariff Bill
, f Associated PrMsJ-,t
Washington Jaly 7. Democratic
members of the ways and means com committee
mittee committee Li a minority report filed today
in the House denounced the adminis adminis-t
t adminis-t ration. tariff bill as a "conspiracy to
benefit a few favorites at the expense
cf all humanity."
PLUNDER THE PEOPLE
The report addid, "We record 'oar
solemn Judgment that this measure is
a plan to pluncer tLe people of oar
own ciiantry and to oppress the peo people
ple people of every country -for the benefit
of a few men who have succeeded in
usurping for all practical purposes
the taxing: power of this government,
using it primarily to 'enrleh ttfcera ttfcera-sehres
sehres ttfcera-sehres and, secondarily, to finance the
political party which tolerates, en encourages
courages encourages and facilitates usurpation."
GOOD SLICE FR031 MELLON
Secretary Mellon announced today
that under the provisional refunding
arrangement made with railroad ex ex-eeotivdss,
eeotivdss, ex-eeotivdss, the carriers would receive
approximately five hundred million
dollars! in additional advances from
the federal government within the
next six months.
AMERICAN LEGION HAD
A PLEASANT EVENING
Auxiliary Aided Greatly with Bright
.A Smiles and Toothsome Eats
- The American Legion meeting last
night was one of the liveliest that
Marion County Post No. 27 has had
in some time. The attendance was
good and interest never lagged during
the misre than two hours session. A
greatly enjoyed part of the evening
waa tliie serving of refreshments by
the ladles of the Woman's Auxiliary.
The post has equipped a kitchenette
and the serving of "eats" will be a
regular feature of the monthly meet meetings
ings meetings of the post.
3IEETING OF AUXILIARY
OF AMERICAN LEGION
Last evening at 8 o'clock the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Auxiliary of the Marion county
post of the American Legion held its
regular monthly meeting at its rooms
in the armory.
Miss Matilda Pasteur, vice presi
dent, presided. After the routine bus business
iness business was disposed of, the meeting
was open for the discussion of what whatever
ever whatever subjects the members desired to
bring before the auxiliary.
The question of disabled and wound wounded
ed wounded soldiers, sailors and marines and
their families was one of the chief
topics of discussion. The auxiliary
wishes to spare no effort in bringing
comfort and cheer to the boys- and
their families, but the members find
themselves handicapped by not always
knowing of the ex-service men's
whereabouts. Anyone who knows of
any disabled ex-service man in Mar Marion
ion Marion county will do the auxiliary a fa
vor in advising it in regard to him.
Of course, in this matter, the auxil
iary works hand in hand with the le
gion but does not wish to miss any
It was also decided to communicate
with the Marion county boys who are
in hospitals, by letters, cards, maga
zineis, etc., and thus let them know
that Marion county does not forget.
In this respect the auxiliary is also
anxious for everyone who knows of
any boy in any hospital to advise it of
Mrs. Dumas reported that every
thing possible was being done for Au Aubrey
brey Aubrey Porter and his father and
mother, who are also both ilL and that
they all were resting comfortably.
Mrs. Drake advised that Mr. George
Batts was also getting along very
Another object which the auxiliary
has is to mark the graves of every
world war veteran with a special
mairkei. Miss Mary C. Marshall was
appointed to get the necessary infor information
mation information in this matter and report at
the .next meeting so that the markers
may be ordered and placed on the
After adjournment, the auxiliary
served a canteen lunch of coffee, sand sandwiches
wiches sandwiches and fruit to the boys in true
army style, having them form in mess
line and advance to the eounter where
the refreshment committee was ope-
This it a Studebakr year. tf
T American Gunboat Aaehoriag at
Tampieo. hat Says Reports of
Disorder arc Exaggerated
Mexico City, Jaly 7. The United
States gunboat Sacramento? sect to
Mexican waters as a result of alarm alarming
ing alarming reports reaching Washington, ar arrived
rived arrived at Tampieo yesterday and an anchored
chored anchored in the harbor there. In view
cf the regulations of international
law, which provide that foreign war warships
ships warships can enter the port of any friend friendly
ly friendly nation and remain 24 Sours, the
Mexican foreign office refused to com comment
ment comment on the arrival of the Sacramento-
President Obregon refused to
comment on the situation in the ab absence
sence absence of o facial communication from
Washington regarding sending war
vessels into Mexican waters. He as asserted
serted asserted labor conditions in the Tampieo
district are not as bad as reported,
stating that not mre thsn 5C0O men
are out of employment.
CONDITION OF THE
i Associated Press)
Gainesville, July 7. The condition
of Florida crops generally is below
the average for this time of the year,
according to the report of the federal
J aaturoay. xne report
from the bulk of the state's corn acre
age and that the best prospects- are
from the late plantings. Harvesting
of tobacco 13 well advanced but the
crop is below last year's condition at
the time of harvest. The condition of
citrus fruits is declared to be still un
satisfactory with more rain needed
over most of the belt. Cotton is mak
ing good growth but weevils are ap
pearing wlih wet and cloudy weather.
Prospects for good crops are im
proving with good rains and sweet
potato planting has been rushed since
the rains began. The condition of
peas and velvet beans continues to
LeConte pears are beginning to
move to market while watermelons
cantaloupes and tomatoes are being
shipped from North Florida. The
melon season down the state is prac practically
tically practically over.
The condition of livestock generally
was regarded as satisfactory with
that of swine excellent and cattle fair
Sales of farm mules and farm ma machinery
chinery machinery were reported on the increase
and as an indication of what was to be
expected this fall the bureau declared
preparations were being made for a
large acreage of eggplant and pepper.
BIS OLD BUDDIES
(Associated Press f
Washington, July 7. President
broke a presidential precedent today
by motoring to the capitol and taking
lunch with some of his old associates
in the Senate. The president dropped
in unexpectedly on the senators in the
midst of their luncheon hour. To all
appearances his trip to the capitol
was purely social in character.
MEETING OF VETERANS
Marion Camp No. 56, U. C. V., met
July 5th, 1921, Vice Commander M.
P.' Frink presiding.
Prayer by Dr. W. M. Richardson. ;
The following comrades answered
to roll call: Alfred Ayer, R. A. Carl Carlton,
ton, Carlton, F. E. Harris, M. P. Frink, A. R.
Griffin, C. a Priest, W. M. Richard Richardson,
son, Richardson, G. R. Smith and I. P. Stevens.
3Iinutes of last meeting read and
The committee on Comrade Hogan's
memorial asked for more time.
Dr. W, M. Richardson, one of the
oldest members of our camp, inform informed
ed informed us that he had arranged to live in
Jacksonville with his children and
therefore could not meet with us
again. "The camp is sorry to lose thi3
good comrade and true Christian gen gentleman.
tleman. gentleman. The adjutant read a letter from
Gen W. E. MeGahagin, who is spend spend-icg
icg spend-icg a pleasant summer in the Blue
After an adjournment an automo automobile
bile automobile full of the old boys' went up and
paid their respects to CoL John M M-Mart'n.
Mart'n. M-Mart'n. and are glad to report that
we found him resting easy and in good
spirits. Alfred Ayer, Adjutant.
Your competitor advertise. Do yon.
Five Deatfes Yesterday La Chicage
aad Other Cities Suffering from
E3gh Tempera tare
Chicago, July 7. Chicago and the
middle wesit today were still in the
grip of a record breaking heat wave.
The heat yesterday is he!d responsible
for five deaths and dozens of prostra prostrations
tions prostrations in Chicago, while health officials
asserted the city's mortality rate was
doubled. One large foundry concern
laid off 50O i) men because the heat
was too great to work.
Des Moines reported no break in the
super-normal temperature in thirty
days, with the maximum there a frac fraction
tion fraction over 91 degrees daily. Iowa farm farmers
ers farmers reported corn growing one inch
every 24 hoars for the last two weeks.
FLORIDA PLAYERS w
LEADING IN TENNIS
f Associated Press
Atlanta, July 7 Play in the singles
matches of the Southern Lawn Tennis
Association championship tournament
reached the' semi-finals today with
Douglas Witters of Mulberry, Fla,
former champion, and three Atlanta
players to contest for Dixie's highest
CANADUN MOUNTED POLICE
AFTER ALLEGED CANNIBALS
.Fort McMurray, Alberta, July 7.
Canadian Mounted Police left here to
investigate reports that starving In Indians
dians Indians in the Caribou tribe have been
eating human flesh. The report states
that human bones have been found
showing evidence of cannibalism.
DELEGATES IN CONVENTION
New York July 7. Delegates to the
sixth world's Christian Endeavor con
vention today began their activities
with a quiet hoar service in several
churches and an hour later entering
upon courses in leadership' that form
a part of the week's program. There
are 15,000 delegates from every state
in the Union and every continent of
ON CAPPER'S BILL
(Associated Press I
Washington, July 7. A Ifavorable
report on the Capper-Tincher bill to
regulate future dealings on the grain
exchanges was ordered today by the
Senate agricultural committee.
MATT WD1L GET IT
- Washington, July 7. Recommenda Recommendation
tion Recommendation that the nomination of Matthew
B. MacFarlane to be collector of cus customs
toms customs at Tampa be confirmed, was
voted today by the Senate commerce
I made "Wrigleys" synonymous
with chewing gum by advertising.
When people saw "Wrigley's" they
thought of gum. When they wanted
rum they thought of "Wrigley's."
Advertising is the locomotive pull pulling
ing pulling your business along. Stop adver advertising,
tising, advertising, disconnect the locomotive and
your business slows down to a stop.
YouH love a lot of valuable time get get-tin
tin get-tin started again.
An advertising splurge is seldom
very effective. People forget your
store, your business, as soon as you
forget them. Keep them thinlng
about your store by thinking about
the people, and the only way to reach
them is by advertising.
Remember when you advertise that
you are advertising, not boasting.
Don't spread your advertising out
The newspapers are one of the most
?ective methods of advertising, for
many obvious reasons. Practically
t very one reads a newspaper. Will William
iam William Wrfgley Jr.,.in Chicago American.
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
. G. B. Overton, Mgr.
- Ocala, Fla.
German Pat RespnstMSty ea a
Major aad lift It Off kis
Leipsic, July 7 Dr. Schmidst, pres president
ident president of the supreme court, in an announcing
nouncing announcing the acquittal of lieutenant
Geenral Stenger, charged of having
ordered the execution of wounded
French soldiers and prisoners, and the
conviction of Maj. Bruno Crusrus on
the same charge, declared an exper experienced
ienced experienced officer like Crosius should have
known that Stecger was incapable of
giving such orders. Cruisus was sen sentenced
tenced sentenced yesterday to two years impris imprisonment
onment imprisonment and deprived of the right to
wear the German aniform in future.
It was not established that Stecger
gave the order of which he was accus accused.
ed. accused. Dr. Schmidt said.
CADILLAC EASILY WLNS
A Cadillac automobile easily won
the first prize at the Pablo Beach
races on the 4th, in the heavy car
class, defeating the Packard twin six
(a twelve cylinder car), which finish finished
ed finished second. Stock Cadillac cars have
won some notable races in the past
few years and few owners of these
fine cars realize what power and
speed they have under the hood, as
there are no roads near here where
one dare "step on them.'
The council held a regular meeting
at the city hall, 8 o'clock p. m. on this
the 5th day of July. Meeting called
to order by the president. Members
present: CouncOmen Melver; Sim Simmons,
mons, Simmons, Thomas and Winer. Minutes
dated June 21st, 28th and July 1st,
read and approved as recorded.
J. L. Edwards and J. M. Thomas, as
committee from the Board of Trade,
were present and requested that the
council allow $800 in the next budget
for the city band and $500 for book booklets
lets booklets to be used by the Board of Trade
for advertising purposes, also request requested
ed requested that the city make precision, if
possible, for street signs. Mr. Winer
moved that the request be granted.
Motion seconded and carried.
D. B. Mayo appeared and asked that
water main be extended to residence
o? Mrs. F. L. Mayo,. a distance of ap approximately
proximately approximately 700 feet, and agreeing to
pay one-half of the cosL. Matter was
referred to the city manager to report
to the council at next meeting.
Communication from Ideal Adver Advertising
tising Advertising company read and ordered filed
Water bill of Mrs. R A. Lawrence
reduced to $3.75, upon. motion of Mr.
Request of C D. Whitfield for per permission
mission permission to sell ice cream in cones on
the streets of the city was refused.
Report of Mrs. C R. Ty dings, chair chairman
man chairman of rest room, for June read and
Report of City Health Officer Watt
for month of June read and accepted.
Report is as follows:
Dairies inspected and milk examin examined
ed examined as follows:
Close: Inspection, 90 per cent; but butter
ter butter fat, 4 per cent; bacteria, 89,000.
Painter: Inspection, 92 per cent;
butter fat. 3.6 per cent; bacteria,
Gray: Inspection, 84 per cent; but butter
ter butter fat, 4.9 per cent; bacteria, 115,000.
Green: Inspection, 75 per cent; but butter
ter butter fat, 5.2 per cent; bacteria, 149,000.
Thrash: Butter fat, 3.8 per cent;
bacteria, J 48,000.
Poppe: Butter fat, 5 per cent; bac bacteria,
teria, bacteria, 113,09.
Markets and bakeries inspected and
scored as follows:
Cook, Carter, Federal. Heintz, Sar Sarasota,
asota, Sarasota, Lowe, Broadway, Dawkins,
Fish Market, New York, Pasteur, ex excellent;
cellent; excellent; Marsh, Magnolia, Mordis, Gol Gol-man,
man, Gol-man, good; Greer, fair.
Approved bills were ordered paid.
The following resolution offered by
Mr. Thomas was adopted upon motion
of Mr. Simmons:
"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
It was further ordered upon motion
of Mr. Winer that the certified checks
and the bids of Finley Method coxa-
St. Petersburg Will be Glad to Eater Eater-tab
tab Eater-tab the Old Soidkrs Who
Wre the Elae
St. Petersburg, Jaly 7. St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg has invited the National Grand
Army of the Republic to hold its en encampment
campment encampment here ia December. The in invitation
vitation invitation is backed by the chamber of
commerce, which proposes to raise
$25000 to entertain the veterans if
DUPONT WILL BE
SENATOR FROM DELAWARE
Dover, DeL, Jaly 7 General T.
Coleman DuPont was today appointed
United States senator from Delaware
by Governor Denny to succeed Josiah
Wolcott, who resigned last week to
become chancellor of Delaware.
HAVE A FIRE BOAT
Jacksonville, July 7. The city of
Jacksonville has purchased for $100
submarine chaser No. 145, now at Key
West, which will be brought here and
converted into a fire boat for service
on the river front- It is understood
here that municipalities desiring to
purchase sub-chasers for use as fire
boats are quoted special prices for J he
vessels by the government. Putting
the fire boat into" service here will re result
sult result in a very large decrease in prem premiums
iums premiums for fire insurance on waterfrc-nt
property, insurance men say, some
estimating the decrease as high as 25
MIAMI TO HAVE
NEW BANK BUILDING
Miami July 7. Construction of the
new First National Bank building
here a ten-story steel structure will
begin about September 1 according to
Edward "C Romfh, president of the in institution
stitution institution who has returned from New
York where the contract was awarded.
Mr. Romfh said it would take about
ten months to erect the building.
BREAKING THE LAW
A dispatch from Tampa says:
"Because several of the gasoline
service stations of this city have been
selling gas at 22 cents or 2 cents per
gallon lower than most of the larger
stations they have been notified that
they must charge 24 cents or they
will not be served by the wholesalers,
according to E. S. Johnson of the Star
"Mr. Johnson told the wholesalers
that he would sell it at the price he
saw fit, or he would not sell at all.
He closed his filling station today he
says, because he could cot get gas.
Some others of the lower price sta stations
tions stations put on a 2-eent increase to meet
the 'order as they term it.
"It is stated that the majority of
the retailers claim they cannot retail
gasoline at less than four cents a gal gallon
lon gallon gross profit, and that after visit visiting
ing visiting the cut rate stations they visited
one or more of the wholesalers and
urged them not to sell to those who
insisted on selling the fuel for less
than 24 cents."
pany and .Adams Evans Company be
E. L. Carney addressed the council
requesting that the petition hereto heretofore
fore heretofore presented asking that Oklawaha
avenue be not narrowed in any way,
that the shade trees be unmolested
and that sidewalks and curbs remain
the same, be acted upon. After consid considering
ering considering the matter it was moved by Mr.
Thomas and carried that no action be
taken on this petition at this time.
Resolution was offered by Mr.
Thomas and adopted, in reference to
construction of sidewalks and curbing,
notice to be published.
Ondi nance regulating the soliciting
of subscriptions for stocks, bonds or
other securities was returned by head
of department of justice approved,
placed upon second reading, read and
adopted by sections, placed upon
third and final reading and adopted
upon roll call, all members voting in
favor of passage of same.
Mr. Winer was authorized to pur purchase
chase purchase 500 feet of hose for the fire de department.
partment. department. Council adjourned to meet Tuesday,
July 12,at 8 p. m.
This is a Stndebaker year. tf
Sooth Africa Statesman ia Ireland,
on aa Erraad of IT fa tut aad
London, Jaly 7 Premier Ubyd
George told the house of cosuacsa to today
day today he understood that Gen. Smuts,
the South African premier, went ta
Ireland Tuesday on invitation of Se
Vale r a. Asked whether he conferred
with Smuts before the latter departed,
the premier replied that he was see seeing
ing seeing Smuts constantly.
TRYING TO DISCOURAGE
At the Chero-Cola Bottling Works
this morning, George Ga&man was
shot and severely wounded by Mr. S.
M. Lcmmus. Can Tynan received two
bullets from a big .45-caIIier Celt.
One struck him ia the middle cf his
body near his stomach and went clear
through him- The other hit tm ia
the right shoulder. He was taken to
the colored hospital, and the colored
doctors dressed his wounds. One of
them informed the Star at 2:30 p. m.
that he was resting easy fed had a
chance to get welL
The reason for the shooting is that
Mr. Lemmas believes Gauhnan is the
man who was sneaking around his
home last night and has been there
other nights in the last two or three
months, keeping the family in appre apprehension.
hension. apprehension. Last night, between ten and
eleven o'clock, Marion. Mr. Lemmas
son, heard some one moving around in
the yard. He pointed a flashlight in
the direction cf the sound and saw a
man who he recognized as GanTnr.an,
but who left before he could procure
a gun. He told his father, who was
asleep at the time, and who this morn morning
ing morning went after the negro with the
above reported results. -f
Pending the results of the negro's
wounds, Mr. Lummus has cot been ar arrested,
rested, arrested, but is going on with his work
at the Banner office. There is no
probability of his 'running away and
plenty of people to go on his bond if
the negro dies.
Only a short time before Gaulman
was discovered, a man, possibly the
same, was seen in the yard of a home
about two blocks off. None of ;the
men folks were at home, but one of
the girls, a plucky young lady, picked
up a pistol, went to the door and fired
at the suspect, who removed pronto.
There has been a lot of sneakirg
around people's premises for some
time. Men, both white and colored,
have been seen in people's yards or
near their windows, and sometimes
have caused great alarm, as it is well
known that a man who will do a think
like this will do anything. It's hoped
that the shooting of Gaulman will
prove a check on this practice.
Orange Springs, July 6 The basket
picnic given by the Orange Springs
Civic Club on July 4th was a great
success, despite the rainy weather.
Several hundred people came from
the surrounding country and the
ample supply of ke cream and other
refreshments prepared by the club
members were enjoyed greatly by the
visitors. To give the names of all
those attending would take up too
much space and to mention some snd
foreet others would be poor policy.
The club wishes to thank those who
had confidence in them to the extent
of coming despite the rain, depending
upon the club's ability to assure them
a good time any way.
Mrs. C V. SchoIL who has been
confined to her bed for the past fan
weeks with typhoid fever, is making
some slight improvement.
Mr. Bessilleu from Wilmington, N.
C, who has been visiting Mr. W. H,
Pegrarn and family, returned home
Mrs. Max Bozeman and two ckH-
dren departed Wednesday for their
home at Leesburg after spending ten
days with Mrs. Bore man's sister-in-law,
Mrs. C J. Rast of this place.
Miss Lucy Pegram accompanied them
to visit with relatives and friends ia
The family of Henry Rast made a
pleasant visit to our town to spend
the 4th and attend the picnic
Mr. Charles Rawls has taken
charge of Bitting & Company's down
town drugstore. Charlie is a good
business man and will keep things
going around that popular in.rUtetioa.
OCALA ETEMS'C STAR THURSDAY, JULY J. 1921
Oeala Evening Star
I none of his family had fought against 1 Florida. None of us "want to divide
I the South. The South Carolinians I it. West or North or even South
ihold him in contempt, and the British I would detract from it. Most of our
PbIUhed Every Jmr Except Saar T
STAB PUBLISHING C03IPANY,
It,. K. Carroll, Prlde
F. V. LivKd Seertary-Trearer
, Ji. H. BeaJSMla, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofnce as
Second -c lat matter.
rim riffle ....Flve-Oa
t,.Attmrtt Ilesartmeat ......Two-$m
tteefetr Beporter FlTe-Oae
MEMBER ASSOCI-WED PRESS
Tne Associated Press Is exclusively
Tt4tid .ifor the ue for rerDUblication of
.11 news dispatches credited to It or
BOt otherwise credited In- this pa per and
also the local news imblished herein.
All arisrh ts of re-pub lioatkm. of special
dispatch herein are also reserved.
will do likewise.
SPLITTING THE STATE
big, vital '.states have but one word
in their names.
The state of Florida, one and indi
visible. Let's stick together, quarrel
among ourselves, make up with each
other, and all stand up for each other
DOMESTIC SUBSCRIPTION RATES
One year, m advance J6.00
ci-r ttaiii In aA varwp ........... 3.00
Three anioTvths. in advance..... i.. '1-50 1 Then peninsular Florida will
One mouth, in advance
The Times-Union and the Tampa
Tribune have been carrying on a con
troversy about splitting the state, in J against any outsider.
wmcn tne inoune is pro ana its con-1 s
temporary is con. Each is putting up
a good argument.
If the state could be divided right
now at the Suwanee river, the Star
might be for it. There is no chance,
that we can see, of a legal division in
the next six years. At present, west
and north Florida are against divis
ion and able to prevent it. In a few
years more, peninsular Florida will
dominate the state, be able to take
the capital and control, legislation.
Why not send our fleet of wooden
ships, which are such a problem, to
the U. S. shipping board, up in the
neighborhood of Cape Hatteras ? May Maybe
be Maybe they would disappear as others
have done, and solve the problem.
You seem to have forgotten the
scarcity of firewood.
John C Cooper Jr., of Jacksonville; j They gay that the tremendous new
W. L. Weaver-of Perry, and P. K. j gun, invented by an Englishman and
Yonge, of Pensacola, were appointed j godfathered by one ef Edison's scien-
Wednesday by Governor Hardee as: ... v
. tists, will make no more noise than
members of the state board of con-'
trol for terms of four years. John L. f cash register. We can
Sutton, of Tampa, aEd E. L. Wart- assure armies and navies that a casn
maim, of Citra, are the two hold-over register makes a noise like a thunder thunder-members
members thunder-members of the board, their terms I clap when it closes on our last dollar,
running for two more years. j which happens at least once a week.
Display r Plate 15 cents -per men ior
division just as north and west Flor
ida do now. Iff;
T- v n tt lu tmf rflf fn Ana nrair fir an
FunnKiTULive nisei uvus .
tions 25 per cent additional. Conrpoai-J other until then, but m V3Z1 the
a7tSs5f PS! House of Representatives will have it
position. 25 -per cent additional. Kates jig jts power to compel a just reap-
four inches will take a liigher rate, I portionment, and when this is done no
which will be furnished upon ppjiea-1 part of tng state an ajVan-
Readiac Ntice Five cents per line I tage over any other part.
lor xfersi insertion ; iarc
for each subsequent Insertion. One
change a week allowed on readers with without
out without extra composition charges.
Legal advertisements at legal rates.
t v We Ihav received no formal report!
of Belleview's 4th, but understand!
they had a, fine dinner and & big crowd
in spite of the rain.
t The Ocala fans who went down in
their Jeans to help the, ball team out
of its predicament may be safely
counted on to be patriotic in other
h Dadeounty, including the big city
of Miami, has only one representative
. and one-sixth of a senator ha the leg
islature. It's no wonder the people
, of that county consider the present
. apportionment unfair.
; j Southern people are considered bar bar-:
: bar-: baric by many New Yorkers, but it
. would be a hard job to find a southern
y X town in which men, let alone women,
n; would march in a booze-boosting- pro procession.
cession. procession. -.:.
: Mrs. Kaber's attorneys are' right in
: not allowing any women on the jury
that is to try theif client. A jury of
womien would hang the old hen, sure.
Now, if the murderer was a good good-looking
looking good-looking man, it would be different.
, Mir; W. O. Brewer of Romeo, in
? town Tuesday, reports the people all
around picturesque Cooter Pond had
an excellent; picnic at that place on
the fourth. That region is famous
for its hospitality and lived up to its
reputation last Monday.
F?t Tlie United States is still spending
$40,000,000 a day and it is nearly
three years since the war closed. What
has become of that "economy" ywe
heard so much about before the elec election?
tion? election? Tampa Times,
i What has become of what you have
heard before any' election ?
Florida, altogether, is not any too
bier for one state. It is the second
state in size west of the Mississippi,
Georgia being the first. But the land
area' of Florida is 54,240 square
miles, and 4440 of water, making it
less than Georgia in land by 4740
square miles, almost as much as Con Connecticut,
necticut, Connecticut, four times ; as much "as
Rhode Island, and over twice as much
as Delaware. If we split our state on
anything like equable division, one
part will have not more than 38,000
square miles. As the years go on, it
takes more and more money to carry
on the state government, and the big
ger state and counties are, the lighter
the load on the people will be.
There is too much emphasis laid on
the difference between the people and
the topography of different sections.
There is no more difference in people
of the different sections of the, state
than there is in people of the differ
ent communities of a county We
have never been able to tell the dif
ference between a west or east or
south Florida man. You may pick a
dozen representative men. from h,s h,s-cambia,
cambia, h,s-cambia, another from Brevard and a
third from Polk and put them down in
a field in Putnam, and no man could
tell, where they came from unless they
told him. There is less difference be between
tween between the hills of Leon and the ever everglades
glades everglades in Florida than there is be
tween the mountains of the Blue
Ridge and marshes of the coast coun
ties in Georgia. I
rs The different sections of Florida are
like the people of a family. They
have their differences and squabble a
good deal, but after all they belong
to each other and understand each
other as no one else can. If they
broke up housekeeping, those who left
the old home would soon be homesick,
nf those who staved would miss
those who had gone away.
Worse than splitting the state
would be splitting the name. Now,
we are in Florida. A great name is.
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 housework 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 wkh the
If you want a real lesson in economy,
read the advertisements
A. L. Hunt of Jacksonville, member
of the state board of engineering ex
aminers, died in a hotel at West Palm
Beaich Tuesday night. His daughter
is Miss Helen Hunt, sodety editor of
the Times-Union, and all the newspa
per people in the state will sympathize
with the young lady in her bereavement.'
George Harvey has made another
speech in London. This time he led,
or thought he led, the Britishers to
infer that he rather regretted the rev
olutionary war. Well, that's not sur surprising.
prising. surprising. George and his forebears
are of the North, yet he took much
"pride in telling South Carolinians that
npk woe -nzsvvw e
l Pttt2C4X. -tU' VASCHKOX NOVO
rsCrt ViO VXOE- OGS TCR PUB-
lGBt A. erTRiW OP
"Whether your crop is mostly of the bed: or
chiefly of the less desirable grades
la Bet the raarketiiM ef
Considering the citrus industry of Iloridaiss
a whole and regarding the welfare of all
growers of the state
Is set tire marketing ef
" Because of the known f aet that usually it is-an
easy matter to sell high-class fruit for good
Is sot the BsuiLeti&sr ef
' guldens ftad ruaaeta iMtgwa lagt?
Is it not wise to sra2 vocrseli of the 'i
offered to its members br the FVrrida, CStras
them better nrices. erade for cde, tham. cam be
channek? For information aa to membership
tioa or sab-exchange, or wxfte to tbei
Bscnrss fiie average ontpat of the citrus
r?f Erores of the state now runs so largely to the
jf- la not tbe Earketii ef
r-'i reidefis aad russets lraportanti
Bssacss ef tiie preponderance of low grade
pcfnrifc and oranges ana me necessity iur
dsrdspnieot of markets that will absorb
i mt tbe tsaxkeiinz f
gssidsssa csd russets inxpertant?
V tBccssss cf tHe extent to which the atrus ui ui-p,
p, ui-p, dustry &end3 for its prosperity upon satis satis-M
M satis-M ftory returns for ALL fruit that is good
easssa to ea
Is est fee Earketiag ef
eidesss asd russets lapertaat?
m TJ. kad frait
IJ 1 JA V U LZ1
OCA LA EVENING STAS, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1921
- i .,. i
Every Thursday, 5 to 8 p.m.
Bring Your Ficmc Supper and
Enjoy the Cool Breezes Breezes-of
of Breezes-of Silver River
For information see or phone
W. L Carmichael
Tloats Onen for Charter
At All Times
NEED HAItl MOTOR CO.
General Aolo Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed fl.CO
Cars Polished .50
Oklawaha Ave. & Orange St
Report of the Condition of
THE COMMERCIAL BANK OF
in the State of Florida at the Close of
Business June SO, 1921
Sunday, Jur; 20th, at three o'clock
in the afternoon, the Baptist church
un eMTo' nf the -most beautiful
j u- ArnKP wpddinff- in the his-J KESOUKCro
torv of Beileview. Upon this occasion Loans on real estate......? 58,140.73
Miss Eleanor Accruer oecame i ther than real estate.. 54,674.44
bride of Mr. W .inters names, ana juss j
C. Cecil Bryant J
Gary Block, Over 10c Store
Geo. Way I Co. $
Majorie Merrill the- bride ot air.
The church was beautifully decorat
ed fo rthis occasion, under the direc direction
tion direction of Mrs. "Alton Mason and Mrs. I.
I, Strong, -whit1 and gTeen being used
Preceding the ceremony Mrs. 1. 1.
Strong game an organ selection which!
All other loans and dis
United States bonds
State, county and municipal
Bonds of other public serv service
ice service corporations .......
Banking house, furniture
ftther real estate
Claims and other resources
5iKc Ocala Gun Club members
'r-V'k an nQnters protect your
X eyes with auto glass, isx isx-s'f
s'f isx-s'f prove your average and
-J.wt- protect your eyes. A fine
selection for a few days only.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Bring us your
and Auto Repairing
AUTOGENOUS WELDHG CO.
m r o
cr. urange oi.
maatmaait t n ; i aaaaar aaaaaas
Boy Scouts of America
A. R. Cassil, Scoutm xster
Mpfts everv Fridav niuht at the
T ihrarv. at R'AQ o'clock. VlSltin
Scouts are always welcome.
HIGH GRADE PAINT
Our Specialty Is
was followed by a solo hy Mass Mil-
dred Baxter, ;1 Love You.w. Immed
iately after this little Vivian Abshier
and Ruby Kidd preceded the bridal
parties to the altar, strewing rose
netals in their pathway.
Miss Eleanor Abshier entered witn
her .brother, Mr. Alfred Abshier, who
gave her in marriage,, while Miss
Majorie Merrill entered with Mr.
Thomas Hames. This was a last min
ute arrangement as Miss Merrill had
intended to be given away by her
brother, Mr. Kenneth Merrill, who
was detained in Jacksonville and
could not be present. Mr. Winters
Hames with his best man, Mr. Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Gale 'and Mr. Freeman Hames
with Mr. Frank Gale were the next
to enter, followed by the bridesmaids,
Mrs. Alfred Abshier with Miss Hilda
Munroe, and Miss Ruby McClendon
with Miss Gertrade Carter. These
young ladies were lovely in white or
gandie and carried white and green
TUa Krips' brasses were of sheer
Due from incorporated
Checks and exchanges for
Other cash items
Cash on hand
We do not make all the bread used I There's no extra charge for clean-
in Ocala, so, we content ourselves with ing your fish at the City Fish Market.
making the best. Federal Bakery. 6tj Phone 158.
MAZON & CO.
Between Ten Cent Store and Gerig's
Total ........ ....... .$63523.46
Cantal stock 50.000.00
Time cartificates of deposit 9455.00 ;
All other liabilities 49,100.00
Total .............. ..$635,223.46
State of Florida,
Pnnntr vf Marion.
TinAA. cashier of the above
!nomwf hanlf An UnlPTTinlv SWear that
tlUillVVt mm m
. x. a.-. a,V.
the above statement is correct to we
best of my knowledge and beliei.
Koger uoaa. vtsmer.
i Correct Attest:
W. C. Ray,
V. A. Oshorne.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this the 2nd day of July, 1921.
Mntnrtr Spall NotarV Public
My commission expires Marcn iim,
!rrTT?TTr".!r!rTT pressive manner, performed the beau
&4afcflft tPiful ring ceremony which unted thes.
jr-. ...... Vv
Bertram Ibbetson & Co.,
of Atlanta, Georgia,
Will open an office in the Commercial Bank Building
of Ocala, Florida, effective July 1st, 1921, for the
practice of Accounting, Systematizing, lncome Tax
Consultation and Preparation of Returns.
250 PEACHTREE STREET
wiitP ors-andv. They carriea arm
Lmih of daintv white rosebuds 1923.
r -nA -iiriiio sntm ribbons.
v;. 5i heard from they were enjoying, a
... i. tha nonevmuuu inu ui iuiu 4vu
The wedding pany was mew
altar uv me uaswi w vv- i
lltai . I Ttnfh onnn px DTO VPrV nonular in
i t t r i : ... i 70rA7 t tti i r x--
Kev. n. Jiartm. m j
cnurcn ana social worn, auu umuu
their friends by the scores, which was
duly proven by the gifts and social
favors bestowed upon them before
EAT AT THE
couples in marriage
TJnrinc the ceremony, Mrs. I. I.
RtroTiP- nlaved softly and as the last
wm-H were snoken. the organ pealed
forth the old familiar wedding march
which lasted until the bridal party
haA left the church.
A reception the like of which has
hpen eaualled was tendered
fbe nartv immediately after the cere
The bir town hall was chosen
for this occasion, being the only place
in towri larse enough to accommo-
Hafp the crowds of friends
Summerfield,-July 6 The marriage!
of Miss Marie Idealie Collens and Mr.
William Warren Wolff, which was
solemnized Wednesday noon at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. P. W. Collens, was beautiful in
its simplicity, relatives and many j
. trionAa hpincr nresent. Rev. R. L.
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 Ko. 7
MI ALTO CAFE
108 S. Masnolia St. Jiext Anti-Monopoly Drug Store
is ot menus wno nffi.iotl at the imnressive
cratbered to extend their best wishes J
ri Aflramnnir u r f i i.iii. w r-1 rr nu Abtuu
- .11' I
anu cuiigiamiovivup. I I vlv v-v-.
The hall was tastily decorated and m artifiticaliy OCkHHH mmm
dapnntpii with asnaarcrus fern ana
the reception vas under the manage-
of Mr W. S'Coeswell, Mrs.;
w;iirt4m Mavpr and Mrs. John
Hames. Miss Eleanor Iremere mxro
duced the bridal party, while Miss
Hazel Smith of Jacksonville, had
charge of the brides register d of canton f beautiful
The vouns couples slipped away j
during the afternoon and when next
white oleanders, and at one corner!
was a bower under which the bride j
and groom stood as the solemn vows
The bride was lovely in an exquisite
Cash and Carry Meat Market
located in the CRESCENT GROCERY CO.'t Store
Crippled Children Rebuilt in Masonic Hospital
, I.J1UIJJP.IIM IUUJH r ,.X'iM'i-'U" JiiWHIiltMJtLJPIMIIMJW 'J 'T"nrH
r rv J : Vx
? ii .........
. fcM;..,.;-...... : ."" '. .. ........ ;. i- .,. iH, liMliii.r. "ii liiimTriiirittrt.rtiiiWW'tf'W" """'i1' wvifwiwiiti irrnir a ;
... L' tit
a little crii-
m?" These wrd3
"We Masons build' manvV tall bouse to the honor of our order-but hat can equal ihv ro...
of Atlanta, Ga. Today scores of children, born aeiormeu, are iwuuuS
taught In the hospital. -' -'
ly embroidered in sUver and goia
threads and worn with woven sash of
the same threads. Her hat was of
silver, trimmed with draped veil and
a small cluster of blue flowers and
other accessories were in harmonizing
tones. She carried an arm bouquet
of Killarnev roses.
A nrocessional "The Bridal
Chorus" from Lohengrin was played
by Miss Hazel Clyburn.
Many handsome wedding gifts were
received by the young couple.
Mr. and -Mrs. Wolff left on the one
o'clock train for North and South
Carolina, where they will spend their
honevmoon and will be at home after
the twentieth of July to their many
friends at Moore Haven. Fla
Mrs. Wolff is the attractive and
talented daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P.
W. Collens of this city. Mr. Wolff is
a son of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Wolff or
Laurens. S. C and is manager of the
m-iA Tko Xr Pnwer Comnany at
Moore Haven. He is a graduate of
Erskine Colleee. Due West, S. C and
is a voune man of sterling qualities,
The host of friends of Mr. ana mrs.
Wolff will unite in wishing for them
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 Martie
J. H. SPENCER
W. R. PEDRICK
Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
3-- 'kZ-' w -.1 v
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 Ic...... -5c
Ice Cream, Dish 9c, WarTax lclOc
Chocolate Milk 7c, War Tax lc.8c
Tim'prlA War Tax lc.-'J .---ilOc
Come to see as.
Milk Shake 9c, War Tax lc- ... 10e
Malt Milk 13c, War Tax 2c 15c
All Sundaes 18c, War Tax 2c..:20c
All Bonbons 23c, War Tax 2c..25c
All Parf aits 23c, War Tax 2c.-25c
We appreciate your patronage. THE VOGUE.
Acks Buick Agency AKS
Accessaries 'MaJ'SaStSA Acctssorits
We make your old shoes as good as
new. Don't wait until the sole is worn
entirely through, but when you seej
the outer sole becoming thin, lei
renew it for you. We use only we
best of material and guarantee our
0CALA ELECTRIC. SHOE SHOP
114 S. Magnolia St. Phone 143
"VESTA" Battery Ser Service
vice Service Station
G ABRIEL Snubber
FOR ALL MAKES OF
GOODYEAR and U. S. TIRES and "TUBES
: GASOLINE, OILS and GREASE
, v mrwrn AGE. EMPLOYING ONLY EFFICIENT
r LJ Ju l jl
npnppp-PedricIi Motor Co.
M ..... .v r?vjrT 3
kJX!d'J rH W"
OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, JULY 7. 1921
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sher Sher-onse
onse Sher-onse of Citra, will be glad to know
that their tittle son, J. E. Jr., who is
critically fll at the hospital, is report reported
ed reported somewhat better this morning.
i. Let us deliver your grocery order
with your fresh meats each morning.
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 28-tf
Mrs. Louise Moody of Leesburg
spent the morning in town, shopping.
An out of town extra order for five
hundred loaves. of bread received late
yesterday afternoon by the Federal
Bakery was in the express office by
' Mrs. Sam Igou and two children,
Jack and Elizabeth, of Winter Haven,
after a pleasant .week's visit in the
city, guestsi of Mrs A. T. Thomas, left
this morning for visits to Leesburg,
Eustis and Sanford, before returning
to their home.
Quality Is the first consideration in
making Federal bread and rolls. Fed Federal
eral Federal Bakery. 6-6t
Leaving this morning to attend the
Baptist assembly at DeLand were the
following:- Misses Margaret Over Overton,
ton, Overton, Mabel Akins, Ruth Collins, Julia
Collins and Jack' Robertson. There
will be other members of the B. Y. P.
U. to leave later in the week to attend
: Your neighbor prefers Federal
.bread and there's a reason. Find out
the reason. It's easy. Federal Bak Bakery,
ery, Bakery, i ; 6-6t
Mrs. R. A. Burford and daughters,
Misses Mary and Agnes Burford, re returned
turned returned home Tuesday night from
Day Dream extracts and toilet wa
ters, a full line, just received at the
Court Pharmacy. 6-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Camp and
children, Bobbie and Nancy, leave
next Wednesday for Switzerland,
where they will remain for an indefi
The first time Ocala ladies have
had an opportunity to get DAY
DREAM face powder. It's at the
Court Pharmacy. 6-tf
Friends of Mr. Charles Hardee, son
of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hardee of this
city, will be interested to know, that
the boat he is on, the Cleveland, has
b-en ordered to Tampico, Mexico, to
assist in protecting American in
Miss Helen Hardee "has returned to
Jacksonville after a pleasant visit--in
the city, a guest at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hardee.
Get a sample of Tfey Dream powder
at the Court Pharmacy. 6-tf
Mr. Raymond Waas is again at his
post in the Comercial Bank after a
pleasant vacation which he spent in
Virginia Jacksonville and Cuba.
' The talk of the town among the la
dies who know is the complete line of
Day Dream toilet articles now to be
had at the Court Pharmacy. 6-tf
'Mrs. Kate Brinkley of Tampa for formerly"
merly" formerly" of Ocala .after a short visit to
relatives here, left for Dowling Park
to visit he rsons, who are in school
W. K. Lane, M. D physician and
furgeon, specialist eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 10 cent store
Ocala. Fla. Adv. tf
Mr R. L. Martin returned from
Jacksonville yesterday, having spent
a week with his daughter, Mrs. H. B.
Potter, and family. He attended the
bridge opening and the fourth of July
auto races at Pablo Beach.
irtaiSiny tilt? ramiiy-
Vi.ftPPy ( JGOOO 03E, 9. "SHE'S POS.tlC WTS W-v 1 WE I j
, we. puts so much 1 1 J HlwUtiE FcweRwrJ ,:i 1 ExetrEH
Jl.OOST-Me S CV BETTER aoT O t
l88 -fe &G75 'sj
FOB THE LADY CABES
The exact thing you want yes will
find at Hooper's Milady Beauty Par Parlors.
lors. Parlors. We are now equipped to furnish
you any line in cosmetics'- that you
are looking for. Out 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
Mrs. P. V. ; Leavengood returned
yesterday afternoon from Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, where she has been for ten days
the guest of her mother and brother
Mrs. A. DeVane and Mr. John De-
Vane Little Miss Antionette Shoe-
flin of Tampa, who was visiting in
Jacksonville at the same time as her
aunt, accompanied Mrs. Leavengood
home for a several weeks visit.
Mr. Edward Green is home from
Eastlake, where he was the guest of
friends for a few days.
Ask for Day Dream rouge and tal
cum powder at the Court Pharmacy. 6t
Mr. P. W. Dye of Starke, is in the
city for some time to help out at the
express office while the Ocala em employes
ployes employes of the company take their va vacations.
cations. vacations. Our fresh meats as well as our gro
ceries are the best in the land. Prompt
delivery anywhere in the city. Main
Street Market. Phone 108. 28-tf
. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp and
daughters Misses Stella, Nina, Nettie
and Carita leave Friday, for their
camp on Lake Weir, where they will
entertain friends at a house party for
the next two weeks.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
will meet tomorrow afternoon at four
o'clock with Mrs. S. Bland Ware at
her home on Fort King avenue.
Roberts & Spencer for picture
framing. Call us up. We will send for
v Mr. and' Mrs. C. P. Glass and daugh daughter,'
ter,' daughter,' Mildred Glass,' and Mrs Glass'
brother; Mr. Robert Williams of
Hurtsborbugh, Ala., are visitors in the
city, guests at the home of Mrs. Glass'
and Mn'vWilliams' sister, Mr J. R.
Preer. ''They will remain until next
week, when they will leave .by auto automobile
mobile automobile 'for points of interest on the
east coast, after which they will re return
turn return to their home. Mrs. Preer and
son will accompany this party to the
east coast and to their home for a
several -weeks' visit.
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
Miss Florence Morrish of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, has returned home after a few
days pleasant visit in the city, the
guest of Miss Blair Woodrow.
Dr. G. O. Overstreet returned to
his home at Hazelhurst Ga., today,
aftre an enjoyable visit at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. M. Thomas.
Mr, C. W. Crosby of Baxter, Ga., is
the guest of his mother, Mrs. J. S.
Crosby, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
S. C. M. Thomas.
It is now Grandpa T. M: Moore,
who was very proud when he received
a wire from his wife this morning an announcing
nouncing announcing the arrival of Miss Mary
Lucille in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
E. G. Rivers, in Tallahassee. Friends
extend congratulations and best
wishes. Mrs. Rivers before her mar marriage
riage marriage was Miss Lucille Moore of this
EAT AT THE MAXINE
Best meals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street 27-tf
This is a Studebaker year.
After What Pa Saw No Wonder He Became
AUNT POLLY'S PICNIC
The annual picnic at Lacota, given
in honor of Mrs. Mary.Sewell's birth birthday,
day, birthday, was a very enjoyable 'event as
the day was an ideal one to be out.
fA large crowd of relatives, neigh neighbors
bors neighbors and friends gathered early under
the shady oaks at the' Christian
church, each bringing a loaded basket
of the best dinner imaginable.
About 11 o'clock the crowd was
honored by the attendance of feeble
old Aunt Polly herself, as she Is
known to all on the east side of the
Oklawahai This year she celebrated
near her 100th birthday and is appar apparently
ently apparently as hale as several years back.
She had the misfortune to fall and
break her hip several years ago, so is
disabled to walk, is almost blind and
deaf. Her general health is as good
as one could expect for such old age.
Aunt Polly lives with her daughter,
Mrs. Kibby Gore, who faces many a
hardship, being a poor woman with a
, As the county can only afford thi3
poor old lady $5 a month and she is
dependent on that, needing many mOre
necessary comforts, some of her sym sympathetic
pathetic sympathetic friends carried to her picnic
a large cake and some home-made
candy to raise money for her benefit.
The cake brought $20 and the candy
$8. Everybody was glad to help in
that way. The money was raised in a
few minutes, the cake being won by
Mr. W. D. Worth, who generously
To provide the most needed things,
the money was spent ,for groceries,
medicine, a mattress, pillow, sheets,
pillow cases, blankets, kimonas and
Aunt Polly was very proud of ev
erything done for her. Her grateful
daughter is glad some interest has
been shown and appreciate every
It is our duty to care for the old
and helpless and .this was not done to
cause hard, feelings in the family or
Aunt Polly's Friends.
Ralph Cleveland has taken a posi position
tion position n Albert Gerig's news and sta stationery
tionery stationery store. Ralph is a clever boy
and rapidly growing into a good bus business
iness business man.
Mr.'B. D. Hiers, county judge of
Alachua county, has been here on a
visit to Mr. R. L. Lang. His daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Ada, is the guest of Miss
Willie Mae Lang. V
Mrs. R. A. Burford and"her daugh daughters.
ters. daughters. Misses Mary and Agnes, have
returned from Washington.
The lat two days have been busy
ones, in Judge Futch's court. Yester Yesterday,
day, Yesterday, Dan Smith, one of the men who
is charged with bringing whisky here
from the east coast, was nut on trial
and found guilty. Today his brother
Ed is on trial for the same offense.
In Judge Futch's office, Saturday
night, the judge officiating, Miss Pearl
Williamson was married to Mr. Maxie
E. Mason, both of Conner, and having
many friends both in their home sec
tor and other parts of the county.
Master William Pooser is entertain entertaining
ing entertaining his cousin, Dayton Connor, of
Dr. K. J. Weihe has a splendid pic picture
ture picture in his show window of the mem members
bers members of the state optometry associa association,
tion, association, which was taken by Mr. Eugene
Revels during the convention held
here some weeks ago.
Mr. M. A. Rice of Citra, Mr. W. T.
Kelsey of Stanton, Mrs. W. M. Meyer
and daughters of. Belleview, Mr. J. W.
Crosby and daughter, of Citra, were
among the business visitors to the
city yesterday and today. 4
Rev. C. L. Collins arrived Monday
from Ocala and is greeting and being
greeted by his numerous friends.
Mrs. J. R. Durrance has been very
ill for the past few days but seems
better today. We hope to see her
Jwell in a few days.
Lake Weir, July 6. Mrs. Carl
Dekle and little daughter and friend
from Palatka, arrived Sunday to spend
several weeks with Mrs. Dekle's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Spurlin, at
their home on the lake shore.
Mrs. S. E. King, who has been a
winter guest of Mrs. J. G. Spurlin,
spent several weeks at points south of
here but came back satisfied Lake
Weir was all around the finest sum summer
mer summer resort in Florida.
Mrs. Anna Tweedy of DeLand made
a flying visit to Mrs. R. L. Martin on
her way to DeLand and Daytona from
Ocala the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin G. Blanchard
and two interesting little daughters
of Roanoke, Va., were guests of Miss
Emma Cheneowith, their aunt, a few
days ago. They had been visiting
friends in New Orleans"and Tarpon
Springs, and were on their way back
to Roanoke, where Mr. Blanchard has
a responsible position with a railroad
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bradford and
daughter, Sara of Nashville, have re returned
turned returned to the lake to spend some
weeks at their cottage on the shore,
where they can enjoy the pleasure of
fishing, which is remarkably good at
this season of the year.
Miss Mary Connor is spending sev several
eral several months of her vacation at her old
home on the lake and has as her
guests Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Condon and
two little girls, of Ocala.
Mr. N. W. Harison is off for a few
months on a motor trip through the
northern states. Mr. and Mrs. Sandi Sandi-fer,
fer, Sandi-fer, his efficient managers, are at attending
tending attending 'to his affairs during his ab absence.
sence. absence. -,
The old pioneers of the lake were
surprised to see Mr. George Ingram
on the lake after an absence of 25
years. He reports his wife (who all
will remember with pleasure) died
several years ago and he isViow mak mak-in
in mak-in his home with his son, Percy, in
Mr. Ellis took a party from here as
his guests to Daytona to spend the
4th. They went in Mr. Ellis large
car and those in the party were Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Downing, Mr. and Mrs.
Manchard and little son. They are
still enjoying the attractions of the
beach, where they have friends and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer
will leave the lake'and return to their
residence in Ocala for a few weeks.
then take their flict to the mountains
and New York for the balance of the
Calvary, July 4 Mr. Miller of Mar Mar-tel,
tel, Mar-tel, doesn't, seem to get any better
with his rheumatism..
Mr. Earl Crosby of Titusville came
up last Saturday in his car and went
to Dunnellon and moved hi3 household
effects to Titusville Tuesday, carrying
Mrs. Crosby and baby with him.
Mr. Joe Fisher came up from Pal Palmetto
metto Palmetto last Saturday and left Monday,
carrying Mrs. Fishel back to Palmet Palmetto
to Palmetto with him.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crosby and baby
and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fisher made a
flying trip to Dunnellon last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Morrison went to
Martel Sunday evening to see v Mrs.
Morrison's father, who is sick.
- Miss Jessie Morrison of Ocala
came out Sunday and spent the day
with he rrelatives here.
Mrs. Mary Gillis and sons, Tilden
and Willie and her daughter, Miss
Fay and nephew, Clyde Lanier, were
in Ocala shopping Saturday.
Blitchton, July 6. Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Hendrix of Birmingham, Ala,
visited Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Blitch last
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Fant entertained
thirty of their friends Saturday eve evening.
ning. evening. Miss Rowena Hammons, Miss
Sarah Ferguson and Mr. Jimnrie
Rawls won the prizes, silk flags, for
the -different contests. The visiting
girls were Miss Mertice Mann, of
Winter Haven, Miss Elsie Coulter and
Miss Emma Bullock of Nocatee and
Misses Maudie and Maude Fant of
I I 1 r-k I
Morriston. Mrs. Dollie Blitch and
Mrs. Winnie Hammons assisted Mrs.
Fant in serving punch and cake to the
Misses Elsie Coulter and Emma
Bullock of Nocatee are guests of Miss
Our people attended the picnic at
Cobter Pond on the Fourth and report
a pleasant day, despite the rain.
Miss Lofts Blitch and Messrs. B. R.
and Fenton Blitch were shopping in
MOSS BLUFF ITEMS
Moss Bluff, July 6. Miss Martha
Fort has as her guest Miss Annie
Laurie Roash of Brooksville.
Rev. Sam Pittman held a few days'
meeting here last week at the Chris Christian
tian Christian church. His sermons were en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed by all who attended.
Quite a number from Moss Bluff at
tended the picnic and barbecue at
Belleview Monday, July 4th.
Miss Mamie Cochran, who has been
at Douglas. G a., taking a business
course, returned home Saturday. Her
many friends are glad to see her back
after an absence of several months.
Mr. J. P. Galloway and Mr. A. W.
Fort were business callers in Ocala
Mr. and Mrs. George Heath and
children of Hastings, are visiting rel relatives
atives relatives and friends in our midst.
Messrs. B. Cochran and Robert
Williams spent a few days in our
midst this week.
Mrs. J. P. Galloway and grand granddaughter,
daughter, granddaughter, Johnnie Lee FJinn, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Miss Martha Fort and her
uest, Miss Annie Laurie Roush, motor motored
ed motored to Lake Weir Friday afternoon.
Ocala, Florida 1
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.
"Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guar-anteed.
(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 Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 am N'York-St. Petrsbrg 1 :35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
t :05 pm 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 34 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10;13pm
2:33 am St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am DunelJon-L.Keiana ii:ujpro
3:30 pm Homosassa 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 an?
Monav, Wednesday, Friday.
Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday.
Bring us your job work.
l t. n
Fellowship, July 6. This is cer certainly
tainly certainly some wet i time. One extreme
usually follows another.
Mrs. Reggie Nbble and children of
Morristcn returned home today after
spending two weeks with Mrs. Noble's
Mrs. H. M. McCully and daughters,
Misses Lisbeth and Margaret of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. S. J. McCully.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith of Waea Waea-hooia,
hooia, Waea-hooia, were guests, of Mr. J. L. Beck
a few days ago.
Mr. Ira Beck of Gainesville was the
guest of his father a few days the
Fellowship was well represented at
the Cooter Pond picnic on the fourth,
regardless of the rain, and our people
report a large crowd and plenty of
Misses Louise and Eunice and Mas Master
ter Master H. W. Rawls, who have been visit visit-in
in visit-in gtheir grandparents here left today
for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bri Bri-gance
gance Bri-gance in Jacksonville.
Mr. H. J. McCully and Miss Leone
Brooks will leave Wednesday morn morning1
ing1 morning1 for DeLand to attend the B. Y.
P. U. assembly.
Miss Sarah Ferguson had the mis misfortune
fortune misfortune to fall down the steps today
and bruise herself badly, but will be
herself again in a few days.
Electra, July 6. The farmers are
enjoying the summer showers now
The friends of Mrs. Avery and son,
Bennett arc sorry to know they have
one back to Pennsylvania for the sum summer
mer summer and hope to see them back in
Harmony Baptist church is running
a big meeting this week. Two serv services
ices services are being held each day.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom 'Sellers and chil children
dren children are visiting their parents, Mrs.
R. A Halford and Mrs. Sellers.
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
1 bathing beaches in Florida. Come
to Clearwater for your vacation.
Address Box 831, Clearwater, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 23-12t
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms. Call phone 238 or apply at
34 N. Sanchez St., Ocala. y l-6t
TRANSFER SERVICE When you
want baggage transferred "or have
light or heavy hauling, locally or
long distance, phone 434. L. E.
LOST Small ledger in dark tan
leather case. Finder will receive re reward
ward reward of $5 by returning promptly
to Star oce offir R. II. Sanders, Dun Dun-neP.on.
neP.on. Dun-neP.on. 2-6t
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-Gt
FOR SALE Second hand lumber,
coquina shell rock and other build building
ing building materials. W. A. Tinsman,
Ocala, Fla. 7-5-3t
FOR RENT Three or four furnished
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. b.
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 pig taken up Friday.
May be had by the owner paying
expenses and damages. Apply to
Mellie Ward, 802 Madison street,
AGENTS WANTED We start you in
the candymaking business at home,
or small room anywhere. Every Everything
thing Everything furnished. Experience unnec unnecessary.
essary. unnecessary. Men-women. Earn $20 to
$100 weekly. Send salf addressed
stamped envelope for particulars.
Bon-Bon Car.dy makers Co., Phila Philadelphia,
delphia, Philadelphia, Pa. 7-S-G-
AUTOMOBI LES W ASHE D We
wash and polish your car in first
c'ass fbape at low prices and guar guar-.ifee
.ifee guar-.ifee satisfaction. Washing, 7cc;
I 3s:rg, COc. Dir.ie Garage. 5-Ct
W'MfKD $i.?$ buy x at onco at
?z.iVs 1 4t
JI S. Al .St .. Shaker special "six.
OR ,'JALE Five rcfm house and
Ejall let at Stanton, Ilanear Lake
Weir. See Mrs. Bihcn, Yeirsdale,