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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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TEMPERATURES
This morning1, 70 degrees.
This afternoon, 84 degrees.
WEATHER FORECAST
Partly cloudy tonight and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, probably local showers.
VOL. 27
OGALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, 'JUNE 3, 11)21
NO. 131

LAST HOURS OF -.
THE LEGISLATURE

Overcrowded with Unfinished
neas, and the State CaK
Remains Where It 1
. (Associated Press)
Tallahassee, June 3.- The
session of the legislature
today with the closing hour J
in an attempt to dispose of
legislation.
The House concurred in t
amendment to the appropri
raising the maintenance fo
Marianna from $15 to $20
per montn. me appropri
$150,000 for the feeble mi
epileptic colony at Gainesvilll
to $100,000.
' The Senate passed todaji
allowing a one-mill tax lev
SANFORD TRIED TO
EXONERATE BAKER
Jacksonville, June 3. Lewis 1.
Baker, held with Robert Sanford in
connection with the death of John
Lynch, a watchman, killed Tuesday
night at the plant of the Baker Man Manufacturing
ufacturing Manufacturing Company, has nothing to
do with the killing, according to a
statement made by Sanford. Sanford
told the police he and Baker were
struggling when a man struck him on
the head from behind. He said he
struck the attacker whose identity he
did not know at the time. Lynch fell
down the steps and broke his neck.
An inquest will be held late today.
WAUCHULA MEN LOST
THEIR WATERMELONS
, (Associated Press)
Jacksonville, June 3. The city
health department today announced
the confiscation yesterday of four
carloads of watermelons shipped here
from Wauchula. They declared the
melons' green and unfit for consump consumption.
tion. consumption. The health department will keep
a close watch on future shipments.
lAIVCi uii vuicu r UK
A CITY MANAGER
(Associated Press)
Lake City, June 3. Citizens here
to one for the adoption of the city
manager form of municipal govern government.
ment. government. R. T. Boozer, E. A. McColskey
and H. G. Forrester were elected
commissioners. The comissioners will
employ a city manager and appoint
all other city employes.
SLAUGHTERED CHRISTIANS
ON BLACK SEA SHORES
(Associated Ptmi)
' London, June 3. The Athens cor correspondent
respondent correspondent of the Exchange Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph says it is reported from Con Constantinople
stantinople Constantinople that new frightful mas mas-sacrees
sacrees mas-sacrees cf Christians have occurred
at Samssun and Trebizond on the
Black Sea coast of Armenia. The
streets are strewn with the bodies of
Greeks, he adds.
Garcia de Oro, that mild Havana
filler cigar 10c at all dealers. 6-tf
1 Cash and Carry
: located in the CRESCENT

Wa handle stall fed Beef, the very best Veal and
Pork. Pay for your meat and not for your
neighbor's who does not pay for his.

We ask you for your patronage and
Thank You in advance.
Cash and Carry Meat Market

SERVICE

Crescent Grocery
PAY CASH tmcouposs PAY LESS
SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY
4 pemd can SNOWDRIFT LARD. 58c
IS oz. jar Premier Peanut Better ..32c

OPPOSITE GEO. MacKAY & CO'S. STORE

MISS LEITCII REMAINS
BRITISH GOLF CHAMPION

, (Associated Press)
Turnberry, June 3. Miss Cecil
Leitch retainejher title as the cham cham-pion
pion cham-pion v"'"" """ieat Britain
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London, June 3. The executive
body of the striking coal miners to today
day today finally rejected the government
proposals for settlement of the strike.
COULDN'T TRY SUCH A KID
(Associated Pre?s)
Knox, Indiana, June 3. The jury
trying Cecilia Burnett, aged twelve,
charged with the murder of Benny
Slavin, aged seven., va3 discharged to today
day today when it failed to.agree.
WANT TO END THE WAR
(Associated Press)
Washington, June 3. The House
foreign affairs committee today voted
to report the Porter resolution for
termination of the state of war be between
tween between the United States and Germany
and Austria-Hungary.
HOPE IT WILL STAY THERE
(Associated Press)
Washington, June 3. A tropical
storm this morning was centered off
the east coast of Yucatan.
ENGINEERS AND SHIPPING
BOARD CAN'T AGREE
(Associated Preas t
Washington, June 3. Negotiations
between the marine engineers and
shipping board for settlement of the
wage dispute and working conditions
has been broken off, union officials an announced
nounced announced today.
SIR OLIVER LODGE
PREDICTS MORE SUNSHINE
London, June 3 Recent solar erup eruptions
tions eruptions which caused brilliant auroras
and. disorganized cable and telegraph
service throughout the world, may
result in the earth receiving an in increased
creased increased quota of sunshine the remain remainder
der remainder of the year, says Sir Oliver Lodge,
a noted -scientist. Lodge says the
magnetic disturbances were due to a
torrent of electrified particles which
constituted a gigantic electric current.
GOODS SOLD AS CHEAP AS
ANY SO-CALLED SALES. There's
a reason. TRY US. FISHEL'S. 2-3t
Meat Market
GROCERY CO.'t Stare
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QUALITY &

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PLANNED

FOB THE HOMELESS
Tulsa Will Provide Shelter for the
Negroes Burned Oat in the
Recent Trouble
(Associated Prsss)
Tulsa, June 3. Definite plans for
building homes for the thousands of
negroes rendered destitute by the
burning of the negro quarter here are
being worked out today. The number
of known dead remained at thirty to today,
day, today, no additional bodies being found.
The list' is expected to be increased
slightly by deaths among the several
hundred wounded.
FUNERAL OF MRS. MASSEY
The many friends in this city of
Mrs. W. O. Massey were much griev grieved
ed grieved Wednesday afternoon when news,
was received of her death which oc oc-curied
curied oc-curied at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Clem Clardy at Talladega, Ala.,
the night before.
Several weeks ago, Mrs. Massey,
accompanied by her sister. Miss Odie
Phillips, who had been her faithful
attendant, left for Talladega on ac account
count account of ill health and upon consulting
the doctors of that city an operation
for appendicitis was found to be nec necessary
essary necessary and from which she never re recovered.
covered. recovered. During Mrs. Massey's sick sickness
ness sickness and death her son, Mr. Como
Massey of New York city, was with
her. Mr. Massey, Mrs. Clardy and
Harry Massey accompanied the re remains
mains remains of Mrs. Massey to this city for
burial, which took place yesterday
afternoon at the old cemetery.
There was a profusion of flowers
from friends in Alabama and New
York arriving on the same train as
a loving tribute to this dear and good
Christian soul. Mrs. Massey's hus husband
band husband died in this city three years ago
last March. Mr. and Mrs. Massey
were among Marion county's most
beloved and respected people.
Besides a number of sisters and
brother and grandchildren, Mrs. Mas Massey
sey Massey leaves to mourn her death one
daughter, Mrs. Clem Clardy of. Talla Talladega,
dega, Talladega, Ala., and one son, Mr. Como
Massey of New York, both of whom
were with her during her last sick sickness
ness sickness and have been both attentive
to her during her old age.
The following were the pall bear bearers:
ers: bearers: Messrs. F. E. Harris Sr., Baxter
Carn, J. Carstens, A. E. Gerig, W. W.
Condon and D. W. Davis.
J
ATTEMPT AT THEFT
Mr. Madden at Silver Springs re reports
ports reports a case of attempted theft last
night. A Ford car drove up and two
men, well dressed, got out and with
much stealth approached and captur
ed one of Mr. Carmichael's goats. Mr.
Goat didn't like his new friends so he
let out an almighty cry for help. Mr.
Madden seized his trusty shotgun and
ran out into the road, ordering the
men to release the goat, and the men
decided they had business in Ocala
and made John Henry Ford ball the
jack. Mr. Madden fired both barrels
of his gun over the heads of the flee fleeing
ing fleeing trio and from the results appar apparent
ent apparent he is certain that particular Ford
started off in high and made better
speed than any Ford ever, made on
the springs road. It is not known
whether the goat was taken along or
left behind for a roll call of the goat
tribe had not yet been held.
BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK
Ford Truck $200.00
White Truck 270.00
Overland Roadster 275.00
Real buys for cash. Terms if de
sired. Good tires, etc
31-tf Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
- 13 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc
eries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only.' Phone 377.
tf H. B. WHTrnNGTON.
Pint Pure Olive Oil $1.25
Bottle Maraschino Cherries .20
Both for $1.00 while $1.45
they last at Gerig's Drug Store. 21-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 yon want.
Dinner 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. Owned
and operated by 100 Americana, tf
Several lots of children's shoes and
oxfords that we are sacrificing. Come
see what we are offering for the chil children
dren children and boys. H. A. Waterman, The
Haberdasher. l-3t
All Garcia de Oro cigars wrapped in
tmfofl lOcrat all dealers. 5-tf

MIGHT KILL A FEW MORE;
THEY'LL NEVER BE MISSED

(Associated Press) j
Berlin, June 3. Solomon Teilir- i
ian, an Armenian student for in March
shot and killed Talaat Pasha, former
grand vizier and minister of finance
of Turkey, was acquitted here today
in assize court.
OCALA AGENTS FOR
THE CADILLAC CARS
Messrs. D. E. Mclver and R. R.
Carroll yesterday contracted with Mr.
Henry Davis, sales manager for Mr.
Claude Nolan of Jacksonville, distri distributor
butor distributor for Florida and South Georgia
for the Cadillac automobiles, to
handle the Cadillac in Marion, Levy
and Citrus counties.
Two of the latest type of seven seven-passenger
passenger seven-passenger Cadillacs will be driven
in from Jacksonville Monday and will
be on display at Ocala.
This is the first time the Cadillac
has been represented in Ocala in al almost
most almost ten years, at which time Knight
& Lang had the agency. For a num number
ber number of years the Cadillac has been
handled at retail entirely out of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville by Mr. Nolan, as he did not
have enough cars to justify the es establishment
tablishment establishment of agencies. Recently the
great Cadillac factories have greatly
increased their production, and at the
same time Mr. Nolan acquired the
South Florida territory, which has
heretofore been handled at Tampa,
and now ha sa limited number of
cars to allot to agencies over the
state and Mr. Davis has for some
weeks been establishing a few agen-
cies at ine principal points.
witn me opening oi a aauiac
agency in Ocala Mr. Mclver and Mr.
Carroll feel that they can place a
number of these fine cars in the ter territory
ritory territory each year,
Mr. Mclver has also bought a Cad
illac for his private use.
BYNG WON HIS TITLE
ON FIELD OF BATTLE
(Associated Press)
London, June 3. The appointment
of Lord Byng of Vimy as governor-
general of Canada, succeeding the
Duke of Devonshire, was announced
officially today.
ANTI-BOLSHEVIKI AT
VLADIVOSTOK WIPED OUT
(Associated Press)
Stockholm, June 3. The anti-bol
shevik forces at Vladivostok have
been annihilated by soviet troops, it
is asserted in a dispatch sent out by
the Russian official, telegraph agency.
SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
13 pounds of sugar for one dollar,
with a dollar's worth of other groc
eries for cash, Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.
tf H.'B. WHITTINGTON.
FORT McCOY
Fort McCoy, June 1. Misses Lou Louise
ise Louise Martin and Alene Marsh of An
thony are visitors in our town for the
week.
Mrs. Frank Morrison of Ocala is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Mollie
Priest.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Harper enter entertained
tained entertained a number of the young folks
last Friday evening. Every one re reported
ported reported an enjoyable time.
Miss Bernice Simmons of Citra
was the guest of her cousin, Miss
Edna McQuaig Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. J. W. Stevens and daughter,
Mrs. D. F. Simmons expect to leave
next week for Wildwood, Inverness,
Crystal River and other points in
the state, where they will be the
guests of relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Grimes and
children were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Stevens Sunday.
Judge Titcomb of Dunnellon and
Mr. Dick of Leesburg were prominent
business visitors in the city this
morning.
Mrs. Leila Hoffman of Jacksonville
is the guest of Mrs. Margaret Mc Mc-Rae.
Rae. Mc-Rae. $1 VOILES reduced to 65 cents at
FISHEL'S. 2-3t
Midsummer hats and sport hats for
mountain or seashore, just received at
FISHEL'S. 2-3t
Standard drugs
promptly delivered.
C Greene.
and specialties,
Phone 435. G.
2-tf
EVERWEAR HOSIERY, the best
ever and cheaper now, on sale at
FISHEL'S. 2-3t
If you smoke cigars why not get
the best? Ask for Garcia de Oro lOe
at all dealers. 5-tf
Pint Pure Olive Oil $1-25
Bottle Maraschino Cherries .20
Both for $1.00 while $1.45
they last at Gerig's Drug Store. 21-tf

OCALA IDE THE
E EVEII
Took lh Victory Yesterday in a Fast
and Brilliant Game' with
Tarpon
(By L. T. I.)
Ocala made good her promise to
beat Tarpon yesterday and won the
game by the small score of 2 to 1. It
was a jam up game from start to
finish. Many hair-raising and blood bloodcurdling
curdling bloodcurdling occasions characterized the
game from start to finish. Both teams
threatened to score several times and
then were shut out without crossing
the plate. Hankins and Mickler both
pitched fine ball with the odds a little
in Mickler's favor. Neither pitcher
waiked a single man during the game.
The fans probably had more to do
with winning yesterday's game than
the ball team. The rooting in the
seventh and eighth innings was
above criticism and the team certain certainly
ly certainly did show its appreciation of the
support of the fans by the sterling
quality of its playing. The grand grandstand
stand grandstand simply went mad and tried to
raise the roof. The people in the
cars raced their motors and blew
their horns until the din was suffi sufficient
cient sufficient to raise the dead (if they were
not buried too deep). The grandstand
crowd was making so much noise that
they didn't hear the cars at all and
the people in the cars didn't know
there was anyone in the grandstand.
That's the' pep, folks. That's the way
to win ball games. The team cant
play when the crowd is sick. Ocala
looked like a real town yesterday al although
though although the crowd was not large
enough to make us turn any one away
for lack of parking space or seats.
Fort Myers will be here next week
with a dandy team. They play Mon Monday
day Monday and Tuesday. These are not as
good days as Thursday but some of
you can get off from work to see the
games. Come out and make a noise
like you did yesterday. It was great.
Ocala had no special star in yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's game. The team played to together
gether together well and it 'was nore like a
team oiigfit to be than we have ever
had before II. Gause made himself
famous on the Tarpon team ly his
conspicuous hitting. He came to bat
three times and got three clean
singles.
The game by innings:
First ir.ning: Tarpon got one man
on "first when Strickland dropped the
ball, but the next man hit to short
and forced the runner at second for
the. third out. Liddell .lead off for
Ocala and hit the first ball pitched
for a clean single over second. Leav Leav-engood
engood Leav-engood sacrificed Liddell to second but
the coach let Liddell try for third and
he was thrown out. Wood flew out
and retired the side.
Second jnning: Tarpon went out in
one, two, three order. Strickland led
the merry-go-round with a single.
Brooks followed suit with a little in infield
field infield hit. Strickland made third and
scored on a passed ball. Brooks tried
to steal home but was caught out at
the plate. Dinluns struck out. Harris
went out to first base unassisted.
Tarpon 0, Ocala 1.
Third inning: H. Gause led off for j
Tarpon with a single but was doubled
at second when Hankins hit to Leav-engood-t
Leavengood, Wood, Strick Strickland.
land. Strickland. W. Gause went out short to
first. In Ocala's half of the third
Fred Luff man beat out a bunt and
made second when the second base baseman
man baseman dropped the. catcher's, throw.
Liddell sacrificed him to third but he
died there when Leavengood struck
out and Wood hit a grounder to short
and was caught at first.
Fourth inning. Tarpon had only
three men up in this inning. Neet
and Johnson couldn't get on to what
Mike had on the pill so they sat down.
Kirlen singled but failed to keep his
eagle eye on Mickler and was caught
off first before a ball had been thrown
to the plate. Ocala retired in one,
two, three order.
Fifth inning. Tarpon tied the
score in the fifth. Things got to be
real exciting then and the fans sat up
and took notice. The first two men
up, J.- Johnson and Orcutt, went out
with strikes and a foul to third but
with those two outs Powell got up
and poled a two-bagger to right field.
It landed squarely on top of an auto automobile
mobile automobile and bounced down to Brooks,
who threw it in to Wood and stopped
Mr. Powell at second. H. Gause came
up next and singled, scoring Powell.
Hankins got on first with an error by
Luff man but Gause was caught off
third by Mickler's fool delivery and
retired the side with only one run.
Ocala came to bat in the fifth with a
set determination of breaking the tie
but Tarpon played jam up ball and
put a quietus on that plan of the local
boys. Harris led off and went out,
catcher to first. Luff man reached
first on an error by second baseman.
Mickler singled and sent Luffman to

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second. Luff man ran on for third and
made it safely when he and the third
baseman ran together and the latter
dropped the balL Liddell hit to the
pitcher and reached first but Luffman
was caught at the plate. Leavengood

hit to the pitcher and reached first,
but Mickler was caught coming home
and retired the side. Hankins cer certainly
tainly certainly did get himself out of a deen
hole that time by Lis own good. field-'
ing. lie made both successful plays
; to the plate. Ocala did not make the
run she was so sure of getting.
Sixth inning: Things looked bad
again in the sixth but Mickler pulled
out safely. W. Gause flew out to
short. Neet singled neatly. M. John Johnson
son Johnson hit to short and Neet wa3 forced
at second. Kirlen hit a grass cutter
to Leavengood who set himself for it
and-when it hit his glove it was so hot
that he was pushed back to a sitting
position. Before he could get over
his intense surprise and recover his
balance, Kirlen was on first and'
Leavengood was holding a useless ball
in his hands and had a sickly grin on
hjs face. J. Johnson thought Leav Leavengood
engood Leavengood was rattled by his error so he
pounced one out toward second, but
Leavengood isnt the kind'to mind a
little thing like an error, so he gather gathered
ed gathered Johnson's offer into his glove and
tossed it to Strickland for the third
out, at the same time saving, a run
and giving the fans time to breathe
easy once more. Ocala didnt threat-j
en in the sixth.
Seventh inning. The fans were all
afraid of the "unlucky seventh" for
Ocala but things changed this time.
Tarpon went out one, two, three.
Gause did get a single but he tried to
stretch it to a double and was thrown
out at second. Ocala reared over the
traces in the seventh and it was all
Hankins could do with lines and whip
to put us back in the shafts before we
scored. The grandstand and the crowd
in the cars went wild in the seventh.
Luffman led off and popped out to
pitcher. Mickler hit a long fly to left
field and the fielder dropped the ball.
Right there business picked up with a
rush. Liddell flew out to center.
Leavengood singled and Mickler went
to third. Wood struck out but the
catcher dropped the ball and had to
thiow to 'first. Mickler ran for home
on the play .but Wood was called out
at first on a very close decision and
Mike's run didn't counts The excite excitement
ment excitement was intense then and the crowd
was boiling like the sand in the
"Devil's Kitchen" at Silver, Springs.
Eighth "inning. Only three Tarpons
faced Mickler in this inning. Ocala
made the run that broke the tie and
won the game. Strickland led off with
a hit. Brooks sacrificed him to sec sec-ond
ond sec-ond and Strickland stretched it to
third and made it because the third
baseman dropped the ball. The ball
rolled fifteen feet behind third and
Strickland lit out. for home, like j
rabb.it with' the hounds behind him.
He made it safely and won the game.
Dinkins got a hit but Harris hit into
a double play and retired the .side
without further scores. .Tarpon 1,
Ocala, 2.
Ninth inning. Tarpon didn't smell
first. Thus ended the fastest game
this year. Two double plays featured
the game. x
Come see Fort Myers play Monday
and Tuesday.
The Box Score
Tarpon Springs ABRHPOAE
W. Gause, ss 4 0 0 0 1 1
Neet, If .4 0 110 1
M. Johnson, 3rd ...4 0 0 1 3 1

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DEOICATEO OY THE
CUUEII OF DIXIE

Men and Women of the Sooth Flock
to the Confederacy's First
Home in Montgomery
( Associated Press
. Montgomery, June 3. The first
White House of the Confederacy was
dedicated here today by the sons and
and daughters of Dixie. Many Con Confederate
federate Confederate veterans were in the throng
which attended the ceremony, formal formally
ly formally setting aside the home in which
Jefferson Davis first took up his abode
as president of the Confederate States
of America. Senator Pat Harrison of
Mississippi was the principal speaker.
Other exercises are set for tonight
at a hotel located on the spot where
Davis held his first cabinet meeting
and where the decision was reached
to fire on Fort Sumter. The dedica dedication
tion dedication and reopening of the historic
building brought to a successful con-
elusion the efforts of Southern wom women
en women who since 1919 have sought to ob obtain
tain obtain financial means of preserving
what they hope will become one of
the two or three principal shrines of
the old South.
The mansion today presented an ap appearance
pearance appearance said to be very similar to
that of the days when Varina Howell
Davis was the hostess. The various
rooms of the mansion have been re restored
stored restored to the state of those days in insofar
sofar insofar as possible.
JAMES J. JACKSON
.Mr. James J. Jackson died last
night at the Marion County Hospital
from a stroke of paralysis.-.
Mr. Jackson, who was originally
from England, has made his home In
Ocala for the past ten years, and had
no relatives in ihin country. For a
few years he conducted a pressing
club but ill health prevented bis keep keeping
ing keeping it going.
The funeral services took place this
afternoon at four o'clock at the par parlors
lors parlors of Roberts & Spencer, who had
charge of the funeral arrangements.
Rev,.Plunkett nffiMat. ,-,
Kirlen, cf ........4 110 0
J. .Johnson, 1st ....4 0, 0 9 0 1
Orcutt, rf 3 0 0 0 0 8
Powell, 2nd 3 1 1 0 0 1
II. Gause, c 3 0 3 10 1 0
Hankins, p 0 0 0 2 3 0
25 1 6 24 8 6
Ocala ABRHPOAE
Liddell, cf ........ 3 0 1110
Leavengood, 2nd ..3 0 1 3 4 1
Wood, ss 3 0 0.3 5 0
Strickland, 1st ....4 2 2 14 0 1
Brooks, rf 3 Oil 0 0
Dinkins, c 3 0 1kS 0 0
Harris, If 4 0 0 iS 0 0
Luffman, 3rd .....3 0 1 6 2 I
Mickler, p .'.2 C 1 0 4 0
29 2 8 27 16 3
Score by innings:
Tarpon Springs ...000 010 000 1
Ocala .010 000 Olx 2
Summary: Two-base hits, Powell;
sacrifice hits, liddell, Leavengood,
Brooks, 2, Dinkins; stolen pases, H.
Gause, Brooks 2; hits off Hankins, 8,
off Mickler, '6. Umpires, Jolly and
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.It is the Starpractice, when crit

icising men or institutions, to always

give said men "or men representing

such institutions, space free to an answer
swer answer such criticisms. There are some

times reasons for making exceptions

to the rule, and one of these excep exceptions
tions exceptions came up the other day.

As is well known, the Star has

severely denounced agents that have
been going thru this county selling

oil, automobile and other stock to in

experienced people, a large number

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Tne Associated i'ress is exclusively i of whom art now mourning fnr thoir
entitled for tb use ror republication off01 wnom are now mourning tor tneir

all news dispatches credited to it or j money,

nvi uuittwue iTeuiieu ill mn ipa-per inn

also tne local news mioiisned oerem

All rights of republication of special

dispatches herein are also reserved.

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Legal advertisements at legal rates.

FOOTRACE INSTEAD OF A FIGHT

perous firm is likely to be peddling its FINGER PRINTS IN

stock around the country at discount. LIEU OF SIGNATURES

We again earnestly ask our readers

not to invest one single penny in stock I St. Augustine, June 1. Persona

offered them by unknown men and I who cannot write will experience not

firms. If they have money to invest J difficulty in drawing on their funds on

tbey can use it to help their own! deposit with one local bank, as a re-

home town and county, and play safe

at the same time.

PREFERS GERMANS TO POLES

The way seven hundred Poles ran

Carpentier has obtained a permit

to carry a pistol, and one Dempsey
enthusiast says he will need a cannon

early in July. Tampa Tribune.

During the war, Dempsey proved
himself gunshy, and if he ever sees a

cannon pointed at him he will run

himself to death.

STEADILY GROWING

DAIRY INDUSTRY

There is not any more important in

dus try than the production any supply
of milk. The lacteal fluid is some something
thing something children can't live without, and

older people are stinted without it. It I p,y fm said licenseg

Having found that this coun

ty is a good field, more of the fakirs

are here, and so far the Star is the
only agency that has had any success

in balking their schemes.

The other day a couple of men call

ing themselves W. K. Smith and Geo.

W. Beach, and claiming to represent

the "Jefferson Oil & Gas Company,"
visited the Star, office and submitted

an article defending their company,
which the Star had never heard of,
let alone attacked. They seemed to
think the Star should recognize them

the same as it does men it has done
business with for years. They were

informed their article would be print printed
ed printed at regular advertising rates, and

from the alacrity with which they

haqded over the money we suspect
they would have paid about three

times as much.

It is not the Star's habit to argue

with its advertisers, and it doesn't
know and hasn't said that the "Jet-

ferson Oil & Gas Company" is a fake,
but since the article is a direct attack

on the paper, and an attempt to prove

it untruthful, we will call attention to
the faults of said article.

It is, in the first place, nothing

more than the assertion of Messrs.
Smith and Beach. It contains not a

word of proof to the people of this
section, nor, as far as we know, any
other section. The permission of the

state controller to sell stock is no
guarantee. It is his duty to sell li licenses
censes licenses to people who come to him and

Of course, he

i

suit of the adoption of the finger print
signature. When a depositor is un-j
able to write, either because of illit illiteracy
eracy illiteracy or for some other reason, banks
usually record the fact that he signs!
his checks by marks. In such cases,

when three hundred Germans got I the depositor should he wish to with-

after them may furnish an idea as to draw funds from his account, either
how Poland was partitioned. Times- has to be personally known to an em-

Union. ploye of the bank or it would be nec-

We never expected to see a remark essary for him to be identified by
like this in an American paper. For some one who would sign the check as
venomous untruthfulness it would be a witness. The local bank which has

difficult to excel. At the time of the J adopted the finger print method of

first partition of Poland, that coun-1 signature keeps on file impressions of

try had barely eleven million people.! both the right and left hands of it

The three participants in the parti- depositors who cannot write.

tion were Russia, Prussia and Aus

tria. The least of these was Prussia APPOINTMENTS CONFIRMED

with six million people and a power

ful army, which had successfully de-1 Tallahassee, June 3. The Senate in
fended its country against France, I executive session just before noon

Austria and Russia during the seven-1 yesterday confirmed the follownig ap-

years war. The next above was Aus

tria, then the greatest military power

in Europe, with twenty-five million

people. The third and biggest was
Russia, which tho poorly organized

had more than three times the popu-1 ville, J. E. Graves.

lation of Poland. Poland's forcel State Road Department, H. B.
against her enemies was one to si. I Phillips, L. E. Schilling, W, "W. Clark,

No people in Europe have a better re-1 W. J. Hillman. J. D. Smith.

pointments:

Judge, Fifteenth Judicial Circuit,

C. E. Davis, West Palm Beach.

State Board of Health, Calvin T.

Young, Charles H. Mann, Jackson-

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is hardly possible to have too much lm refuge anythi he to'
Z4. t-Ms! 4-V.A a11imm Villa nnH fam. I to

of it, and the rolling hills and tern

Marion make our

a fraud, but he lias no way of judging

. i i :

- one man or firm in one thousand. The

cuuutjr n.c uv artide daims that of best
for pasturage. Mr. Chas. S Painter citizeng of Florida hag sent
and his son, Parker Painter, who Texag to examine the an ,s
bought the Mason Tison farm, better propertyf and that he found it al,
. known as the Broadacres Daisy Farm, rght Nobody feere knowg thU

nve mues norm ux uown kw ji doesn't know whether he ever went to

ago, eviuenuy rcuKiii'B Texas or not. Everybody knows that
fullest extent. They kept their dairy -t ig eagiest tnin& Jn thfi WQrld to
going thru the trying years of 1919- foke affidayi n
art 1 1 1 J 1AlvA. w

U, wueii uuiu Ktu uiu .-uvx w man that thousands of people
almnst. imnnssinlp to nhtain. and tnev I ....... ....

, .. . nave Deen swindled out ot millions or.
1 Al 1 .4? 11 !.... a. ,AH1, I

ana wieir women iuis au to w dolIars for fake oil gtocks in the last

from before dawn until late at mgnt
to perform the tasks that fall to hired

help iii normal times. Their labor

and self-denial is now winning its re

ward, and they have a demand for

cord for bravery than the Poles, So So-bieski
bieski So-bieski with a small army' went to the

rescue of Vienna when it was besieg besieged
ed besieged in 1683, by the Turks, and drove
them in utter rout far down the

Danube something all the other

Christian powers put together hadn't
been able to do. Tho few in numbers,

the Poles fought bravely against the

subjugation of their native country.

Many of them came to America and

aided our people in the war of the

revolution. Kosciusko and Pulaski,
the latter of whom was killed while

eading a charge at Savannah, won

special fame. Many thousands of

them were in the American army

during the world war. They drove a

greatly superior army of Russians
out of their country only a few
months ago. The Star doesn't believe

any 700 Poles ever ran from any 300
Germans unless the Poles were with

out arms or ammunition, and the

Times-Union can't prove they did.

Adjutant general with rank of brig

adier, Charles P. Lovell.

milk that is difficult to meet.
With an already good-sized herd,
the Painters are always on the look lookout
out lookout for more of the best stock. Park Parker
er Parker Painter, Saturday, received from
the Thomasville, Ga., Stock Farms,
one of the finest cows ever shipped
into Florida. She is a Jersey, "Oxford
Knights Golden Maid standing high
in the register of merit in the Amer American
ican American Jersey Cattle Club. Her lady ladyship
ship ladyship came by express on the Coast
Line passenger train. The Broad Broad-acres
acres Broad-acres Dairy also added to its herd
this week a registered Jersey from
tte former Ocala Heights Dairy. It
is building up a fine Jersey herd, and
in a short time will be able to supply
by itself a goodsized city with milk.
The Painters are not taking any
chances in exposing their blooded cat cattle
tle cattle to the onslaught of the tick, and
are surrounding their pastures with
double lines of fences, each fence far
enough from the other to give Mr.
Tick an arduous journey before he
can swing on to a bovine. With good

cows, the best of care and uptodate
business methods, the Broadacres
Dairy Farm promises to be useful and

prosperous thru many long years.

There is a great dairy business,
supplying the outside world, to be

built up in this county, and the sooner

our farmers realize the fact and

combine to put it into working order

the better for them.

two years. No banker would lend a

dollar on Smith and Beach's article.
No judge would admit it in court as

testimony. No banker nor well-posted

business man will advise you to buy

the stock.

A couple of weeks ago, a man came

in this office and exhibited an edition

de luxe of references. It was per

fectly gorgeous in stationery and

binding. But the Star job office could

turn out one just as good-looking and

without a word of truth in it. Next

day we found out this man belonged

to the bunch that had swindled an

honest and hardworking woman out of

four thousand dollars.

The other day, a hardworking col

ored man came in the Star office and

asked for advice. He had bought

some stock from a concern: about

sixty dollars worth. Only sixty dol

lars, but he did more honest work to

earn that little amount than any well
dressed, slickfaced, oily-tongued fa

kir ever did in his life. And instead

of some of the gorgeous returns he

bad been promised, he was told to put

up more money, or his stock would

be no good. The Star could only tel

him he had bought sixty dollars

worth of experience, which would be

entirely wasted if he threw good

money after bad.

Now, we don't know that the Jeffer

son Oil & Gas Company is a fake, and

we haven't said it was a fake. AX

we know is that no reliable and pros

MICKIE SAYS

OurrA w& vacxhu to -teLu

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CROOKED SKKVLEA ;

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This is a Studebaker year. tf

jdiHc You have often thought

wouiu wive yuur
examined "some
Why delay longer.

you

eves

DR. K. J. WEIHE.
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

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AUTO SALES CO.
MACK TAYLOR
Phone 348 OCALA, FLA,

MEETING OF THE OPEN

RANGE ASSOCIATION

There will be a meeting of the Mar

ion County Open Range Association,

Saturday, June 11th, at 3 p. m. All

members requested to be present.

F. W. Bishop, Sec'y.

L. L. Horne, President, 2twky

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Ocala, Fla.
HARDWARE

HIGH GRADE PAINT

- IF YOU'RE

SEARCHING

for Expert Vulcanizing,
throw your Deadlight
on our shop. We are
Experts at this business
and our work is
GUARANTEED

Keep the hands and face soft with

I LA SOL. 50 cents the bottle at

Gerig's Drug Store.

Several lots of men's oxfords,
values up to $10, closing price $2.50.
H. A. Waterman, the Haberdasher. 3t

Prescriptions correctly filled and
promptly delivered. Call 435. G. C
Greene.'- 2-tf

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BLALOCK BROS.

VULCANIZING
Ocala House Block

fire Prices Reduced

$17.00
$15.00

DIAMOND Non-Skid, 30x3.
old price $20.00, now
DIAMOND Plain, 30x3,
old price $17.60, now

6,000 Mile Guarantee
FEDERAL, FISK AND DIAMOND TUBES
NEW PRICES Overhauling Ford motor $16.
Overhauling Ford rear.end, $5 for time.
Grinding Ford valves, $3.
DIXIE GARA.GE
JAS. ENGESSER, Proprietor
phone 258 West Broadway

is absolutely necessary for the proper
handling and finishing of your CLOTHES.
OUR PLANT IS MODERN EQUIPPED
Garments Dry Cleaned, brightens colors
Keeps goods soft, and holds their shape
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Phone 101
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I Ocala Steam

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Bright color Percales, 36 inches.
Were 50c., now 19c, at FISHELS. 3t

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OCALA EVENING STAfi, FRIDAY. JUNE 3, 1921

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SPHERE -is a big dif-
JL ference between Calumet
andallotherBakingPowders.
First you see it in the cost
Calumet is sold at a moderate price.
Then you observe it in use.
Calumet nas more than the usual
leavening strength, therefore less
is required.
Next you notice it in rais raising
ing raising quality in the evenness
lightness and texture of your bak bak-incB,
incB, bak-incB, They look better finer

grained.

MEETING OF THE
WOMAN'S

AUXILIARY

THREE SENIORS COMPLIMENTED

iscuit!

BtST BY TtST?

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ZSs L M Miif

1p!m2) SIS

Finally what a difference in
the taste. There is a deliriousness,
a goodness that can be had in no other
manner. Biscuits, pies, cakes, muffins,
doughnutsnever were so tasty so
all satisfying.
And then there is the satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction of knowing that Calumet
is made in the. World's largest, best
equipped and cleanest Baking Powder
Factories.
Good wholesome bakings can be made
only of good materials, no other way,
so use only good baking powder and
good plain flour (not self-rising flour).

Calumet Blscoif
Recip
4 cups of sifted pat pat-try
try pat-try flour, 4 level
teaspoons Calumet
Baking Powder, 1
level teaspoon of
salt, 2 rounding
tablespoons of but butter
ter butter or lard, Vi cup
of milk, H cup of
water. Then mixta
the regular way.

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I Some FACTS About 1

THE UNIVERSAL CAR

On Wednesday evening, June 1st,
at eight o'clock, the Woman's Auxil Auxiliary
iary Auxiliary of the Marion County Post of the
American Legion held its. regalur
monthly meeting.
Mrs. R. L. Anderson Sr., president

of the auxiliary, presided and ap appointed
pointed appointed the chairmen of committees
as follows:
Membership committee: Miss Mary
Burford.
Flower committee: Mrs. Edward
Drake.
Refreshment committee: Mrs. J. W.
Dumas.
Publicity committee: Mrs. Philip G.
Murphy.
A report of the state convention of

the Woman s Auxiliary which was
held in Orlando May 16th and 17th
was then given by the delegates who
attended. This convention was for
the purpose of organizing a Florida
State Woman's Auxiliary to the Am American
erican American Legion.
It is interesting to know that Flor Florida
ida Florida is the second southern state to
organize, Virginia being the first. It
will also be a matter of interest and
pride to the citizens of Ocala to learn
that Ocala was one of the first cities
in Florida to form a unit of the
Woman's Auxiliary and that it is one
of the largest and most active units
in the state.
Many people have wondered just
what the Woman's Auxiliary was or organized
ganized organized for. This subject was brought
up at the state convention and Mr. J.
L. Creviston, from the legion head

quarters at Indianapolis, ind., in a
sincere and earnest address vividly
set forth the aims of this organiza

tion. The Woman's Auxiliary was

formed to assist the American Legion
in all worthy and wholesome activi activities,
ties, activities, the most important at present
being the proper care of the wounded
and disabled soldiers, sailors and ma

rines and their dependents; securing
accurate records of all men who serv served,
ed, served, and the teaching of true Amer Americanism
icanism Americanism throughout these United
States.

The Ocala unit has already gone on
record as being desirous of supporting
the legion in all it is trying to do for
the wounded and has so notified Sen Senator
ator Senator Fletcher, and Representative
Clark. Both gentlemen have given
their promise of support to this
measure.

Mrs. H. C. Dozier was unanimously
elected as a member of the executive
board of the Woman's State Auxil

iary. There are only three other
members of this board, beside the
state president and secretary.

The meeting was adjourned and the
members had a social chat together
while waiting for the adjournment of
the legion.
The auxiliary served a canteen
lunch to the legion after business was
concluded. The auxiliary club room

was prettily decorated with flowers.
Upon the table with its snowy linen,
sandwiches of sufficient variety to
suit every taste were daintily ar arranged.
ranged. arranged. Coffee was also served.
Those in charge of the lunch were
Mrs. J. W. Dumas, Miss Mary Bur Bur-ford
ford Bur-ford and Miss Tillie Pasteur. The
sandwiches were made and given by

the various members of the auxiliary

while Mrs. R. L. Anderson Sr., fur

nished the cream which made the

coffee so delicious.

Last evening Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
Martin together with Mrs. George
Close and daughter. Miss Christine
Close entertained at the home of the
former in honor of two pretty girl
graduates and one bright young man,

Misses Rhoda Thomas and Elizabeth
Home and Mr. Wycliffe Steele, neph nephew
ew nephew of Mrs. E. A. Osborne.
For this occasion the Martin home
was elaborately decorate! in a purple
and white color motif, the senior class

colors. Shasta daisies, purple petu petunias
nias petunias anad asparagus fern were pro profusely
fusely profusely and attractively arranged in
all the rooms which were" thrown en
suite, and ercasing all the lights were
dainty purple and white shades. Ar Arranged
ranged Arranged in the midst of these decora decorations
tions decorations were nine card tables, where
the guests assembled for refresh refreshments.
ments. refreshments. The main feature of entertainment
for the evening was attending the pic picture
ture picture show at the Temple theater and
at the conclusion of the picture, the
merry party gathered again at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin for a
pleasant hour around the card tables,
chatting and enjoying a two-course
menu consisting of chicken salad,
olives, saltines, ice cream and cake,
almonds and mints. Emphasizing
murther the color motif and school
days were unique purple pennants
with the letters "O. II. S." in white

and in this fancy container the salad
course was served. Holding the ice
cream were senior caps of purple also
inscribed with the initials "O.ll. S."
Marking each place were lovely place
cards ornamented with a Shasta
daisy, the class flower, and punch was
passed during the evening.
As a memento of this elegant and
-

much enjoyed occasion me nonorees
were each presented with appropriate
gifts. The young ladies received
handsome boxes of stationery while
to the young man fell a silver belt
buckle.
Of all the lovely parties ever given
any seeniors this one will always be
remembered as among the very nicest,
and enjoying the evening with the

host, hostesses and honorees were the
members of the senior class and the
faculty.

Assisting in various ways during
the evening were Mrs. A. T. Thomas,

Mrs. Rex Todd and Miss Mabel Mef
fert.

ATTRACTIVE PRICES
Uneedas and all 10c National Biscuit Cos crack crackers
ers crackers 8c, or 3 lor 22c All 20-cent packages
16c or 3 for 40 cents.
Evaporated Peaches, per pound 15c
Octagon Soap 8c; 3 for 20c
Export Borax Soap, per cake 5c
Grandma, Gold Dust and other washing Powders
per package 5c
Cherry Bell Flour a strictly first-class Kansas
hard wheat flour 12-lb. bags 00c; 24-pound
bags $155.
Very best Head Rice 3 pounds 25c
Very best Blue Rose Rice 4 pounds 25c
Lard Compound, 1 pound 15c; 2 pounds 25c
.Pure Lard, per pound 20c; 2 pounds for 35c
Argo Starch, 3 for 25c; 1 dozen for 95c
Cloverbloom Butter.. .-.1 lb. 40c, 2 lbs. for 75c
Pure Sugar Cane Syrup in quart cans or bot bottles,
tles, bottles, 30c; pint 15c; drawn from barrel," per
gallon 75c
W. Baker's Cocoa, yt pound 30c; 2. for 55c

Brighten
your home

Here are authentic figures from the Ford factory at Detroit.
They show you just how many Ford cars and trucks have been
built each month since January 1, 1921, and how many have been
sold to retail customers, in the United States.

MOREY-YOUNG

JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH

Produced
"29,883
35,305
61,886

Delivered to
Retail Customers
57,208
63,603
87,221

Mr. M. J. Morey of Osteen and Mis3

Ruth Young of Sparr, were united in

! marriage Thursday evening by Dr.

Charles L. Collins at the Baptist par-

ronage. lne young people were unat

tended and left at once for a rather
extended trip down the East Coast as

fat as Key West. The best wishes of

1 many friends will follow them thru I

life.

Total Production 127,074

Total Retail Sales 208,032

of 1921

1 MISS DICKSON'S RECITAL

GEO. MacKAY & COMPANY
Headquarters (or
GOOD PAINT

W. Baker's Cooking Chocolate, -lb. cakes 25c
Oar Delivery Service is at your comstsni
ilyoa trade irith as.'
FARMERS EXCHANGE STORE
Merchants Block Phone 163

A

The
RUSSELL
BLUNT

1 1 j

A HAND MADE PRODUCT
OF QUALITY
Will be ready for distribution
in a few days. This Cigar is
guaranteed to be made with
Havana filler in fact to be
the old thin Nickle Cgar back
again. All dealers will
handle the "RUSSELL BLUNT'
w are sure.
B.F.RUSSELL
Manufacturer
120 S. MAIN ST. OCALA, FLA. (

IT is so much easier to
. keep your home bright
if the woodwork, walls
and floors are attrac attractively
tively attractively finished. The first
papering and painting
-nnV last forever it

we 9 i -

needs renewing just as
do your draperies and w
furnishings.

j There are painters only too
Clad to advise you as to what
it needed to improve the in interior
terior interior of your home and to
do the actual wotk. It always
yays to do a thing well when
you do it at alL
M Let us help you make youx
home bright and attractive.
.Years of experience have made
m experts. A telephone call
will receive prompt &&d cour courteous
teous courteous attention.

Bertram Ibbetson & Co.,
Chartered Accountants
of Atlanta, Georgia,
Will open an office in the CcmmerdatBank Building
of Ocala, Florida, effective July 1st,1 1921, for the
practice of Accounting, Systematizing, Income Tax
Consultation and Preparation of Returns.

ATLANTA OFFICE
250 PEACHTREE STREET.

showing that actual sales for the first three months
ceeded production by 80,958 Ford cars and trucks!

ex-

April requisitions already specify 107,719 additional cars
and trucks and the estimated April output of the factory and as assembly
sembly assembly plants combined calls foronly 90,000!
These facts clearly show that the demand for Ford products
is growing much faster than manufacturing facilities to produce
and were it not for the dealers' limited stocks, which are now be being
ing being rapidly depeleted, many more customers would have been
compelled to wait for their cars. It will be only a matter of
weeks, therefore, until a big surplus of orders will prevent any anything
thing anything like prompt -deliveries. t
If you would be sure of having your Ford car or truck when
you want it, you should place your order now. Don't delay.
Phone us or drop us a card.
TUCKER .& SIMMONS
DEALERS

The fifth piano recital given by the

sis pupils of Miss Lois Dickson, assisted

sss by John WahL soprano, Wednesday
EES afternoon, June 1st, at Mcintosh, was
sa one of the best concerts ever given in

; that town.

The recital took place at Miss Dick

son s studio, wnicn was niiea wun

EE friends and relatives of the pupils and
sss teacher. The program was a splendid

one and thoroughly enjoyed. There

r were about fifteen numberes and each

22 performer rendered his or her selec

EE tion. remarkably well. The technique,
rhythm and coloring of the pieces
2s were deservedly complimented by all

the listeners, .which shows the careful

2 and efficient training that their teach

w Vq trivon the nnnfi!.

I fc rt 111

Each year these piano recitals by5

EES Miss Dickson's pupils seem to increase

2 in popularity, which attests the abil-

2 ity of Miss Dick son ana ner spienaia

instruction.

Semmrneip OaDtfflues,

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Children's washable suits and romp-

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Don't forget the very important

baseball meeting tonight at the Board

of Trade rooms. All fans and fan fan-nettes
nettes fan-nettes are invited. Several matters
of very much importance for the sea

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Eight o'clock at Board of Trade

rooms.

Each week sees an increase in our

production of cinnamon rolls. Try
them and youH know the reason.

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Real Values
Every-thing Men and Boys Wear.

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What is so Rare

a

As

Day

In June?"

And June Shopping Was
Never More Interesting

Never a more delightful storeful of
pleasing merchandise to show our
customers.
Such charming appareHor the warm
day
Such comfortable and decorative
things for the beautifying of the
Summer Home-t-
Such pleasings gifts for June Brides
Such appropriate Anniversary Gifts
for the brides of other years.

All here at there fullest and best

But, best of all, perhaps all here at
prices so much lower than they
have been in recent years, which
makes possession so much more
gratifying, because it may ho longer

be counted extravagance.

v.

Come and See
The New June, Things to-morrow.

FRANK'S

"The Fashion Center

OCALA.

FLORIDA

0CAIA dueiices

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

: Mr. and Mrs. Haines of Delaware
are occupying: the house on Watula
street recently vacated by Mr. and
Mrs. A. N. Meadows, who moved into
the T. E. Bridges residence.

-Miss Frances Bangs left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Macon and Atlanta, where
she will visit friends before going to
her summer home at'Biltmore. Miss
Bangs with her mother. Mrs. Munroe,
were called to Ocala several weeks

ago on account of an accident to the

tatter's father. CoL John M. Martin.
Friends of the family will be glad t

learn of CoL Martin's steady improvement.

Ford Truck $200.00

White Truck .... .. 270.00
Overland Roadster 275.00

Real buys for casL Terms if de

sired. Good tires, etc.

31-tf Spencer-Pedrick Motor Co.

SUGAR SATURDAY AND MONDAY

13 pounds of sugar for one dollar,

with a dollar's worth of other groc

eries for cash. Saturday and Monday
only. Phone 377.

tf H. B. WHTTTINGTON.

In order to make room for our La

dies' midsummer HATS we are abso

lutely sacrificing our SPRING HATS.

FISHEIS. 2-3t

Mrs. George Batts and baby have

returned home from a brief visit at
Lake Weir, guests of the former's

parents.

C. Cecil Bryant
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Gary Block, Over 10c Store
PHONE 332X

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other

'contractor in the city.

Godledge wHygradi

Paints andVy Varnfsher

The difference in price between the best paint
and ordinary paint is only a few dollars. The
labor cost is the some for both and over die
same period of time, it you use poor paint you
will have to pay for labor twice. OH HOUSE
PAINTS last for years. Poor paints don't.
An attractive booklet, "1 he House Across
the Way," illustrates the value of paint
harmony in the home. -Ask us for free
copy and color charts.
RAY & THOMSON
OCALA, FLORIDA
Contractors and Builder Building Material and Suppliea

Mrs. H. C. Jones and daughter,
Mary Lindner leave Sunday night for
New York city, where they will take
the boat for Porto Rico, for a visit of
some length with the former's son-in-

law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs
Tucker. J

The pupils of Miss Byrd Wart
mann's music class will give their an

nual recital next Wednesday, June 8,

at 7:45 p. m.. at Miss Wartmann's
studio This is an annual event that

is looked forward to with pleasant

anticipation by the musically inclined

. Let us furnish you with Danish

Pastry the next time you give an aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon party. Nothing more suitable
for a light luncheon. Federal Bak

ery. 2-6t

One lot men's Palm Beach coats and
pants v $10. H. A. Waterman, The

Haberdasher. l-3t

UNCLASSIFIED

ADVERTISEMENTS

V

tVANTED, LOST. FOUND. FOR

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS-.

LOST Cameo brooch Sunday morn

ing between Christian church and

108 Orange street. Reward to finder

by applying to Mrs. Harry Wikle. 3t

FOR SALE Genuine Porto Rico po

tato plants; government inspected,

$1.50 per 1000. C. H. Cooner, 746
Wyomena St. Phone 389. 30-6t

FURNISHED ROOMS For rent.
Apply at 704 East Third street, cor

ner Sanchez street. 31-6t-dh

WANTED Position by young worn

an as bookkeeper where there is a
chance of advancement. Can also

use typewriter. Address Box 34,

city. -" 28-7t

WANTED To buy gentle horse suit

able for general farm work. Wil

pay reasonable price for the right
kind of horse. Address Peter Wein-

pach, P. O. Box 481. Ocala, Fla. 6t

HEMSTITCHING, ETC. Besides

handling new and second hand sew

ing machines, we do hemstitching

and picoting on short notice. Singer

Sewing Machine Company, 317 N.

Magnolia street. 27-tf

FOR SALE OR RENT House on

Oklawaha avenue. Inquire Mrs. O

T. Green, 605 Oklawaha Ave. 30-6t

FOR SALE Two pianos, extra good

values. Come soon and see them at
my residence, 1109 East Fifth SU,

Ocala, Fla. Phone 501X. 6-l-6t

BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK

BUSINESS SERVICE BUREAU
Stenography
Typewriting, Muhigraphuig,
Room 7, Merchants Block
PHONE 508, OCALA, FLA.
Residence Phone 593 and 98

There's no extra chargt for clean

ing your fish at the City Fish Market.

Phone 158. tf

Mrs. B. D. Blackburn and children

left today by automobile for Fort
Lauderdale, where they will visit at
the home of the former's sister, Mrs.
Charles Flippen and family.

Dazira Face Powder Is satisfying.

and the odor is dainty. Ask to see it
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf

The address to the graduating class

Monday evening will be made by Dr.

Joseph Roemer of the University of

Florida.

The commencement sermon Sunday

morning by Rev. J. J. Neighbour will

be delivered in the Temple theater.
A union service will be held in which
all the ministers of the city will take

part.

Pint Pure Olive Oil $1.25
Bottle Maraschino Cherries .20

Both for $1.00 while $1.45
they last at Gerig's Drug Store. 21-tf

Mrs. C. A. Tremere and daughter,

Miss Ellie Tremere of Belle view, are
visitors in the city. They only ex

pected to spend the day, coming to

consult a doctor about the former's

eye, but as an operation is necessary,

Mrs. Tremere will be at the hospital
for several days. Friends trust that

Mrs. Tremere will recover shortly.

Ladies' $5 HATS reduced to $3.50;

$4 and $4.50 HATS reduced to $2.98,

at FISHEL'S. 2-3t

BE SURE TO SEE

THE REJUVENATION OF AUNT MARY"

Presented by
The Senior Class Ocala High School

-MMHI

TEMPLE THEATER

CURTAIN. 8:30

Mrs. Clyde Moxley and three chil children
dren children left this afternoon for a six
weeks visit with relatives in South
Florida.

Our Bathing Caps are pretty and
durable. All fresh stork. GerigV
Drug Store. U

Mrs. E. C. Flanders and daughter
of Georgia, have arrived in the city
to spend the summer at the home of
the former's sister, Mrs. A. S. Burgess.

One lot men's Kool Cloth coats and
pants, $18.50. H. A-. Waterman The
Haberdasher. l-3t

Miss Corinne Johnson of Tampa
has arrived in the city for a few
weeks, visit with Miss Annie Rooney.
- v :
Just received, shipment of THOM THOMSON'S
SON'S THOMSON'S GLOVE-FITTING CORSETS.
FISHEL'S., 2-8t

Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Martin and son,
Henry leave tomorrow afternoon for
North Lake Weir, where they will
spend a month at the W. M. Wilson
cottage.

Men's and boys' sun hats, overalls,
work shirts, khaki and pin check
pants. H. A. Waterman, The Haber Haberdasher.
dasher. Haberdasher. l-3t

POSITION WANTED Bookkeeper,
(male) thoroughly competent ac accountant,
countant, accountant, desirous of settling in
Ocala would like to connect with
good firm. Box 340, Ocala. 2-3t

FOUND Last night, automobile tire
and rim. Same can be had by
identifyin gtire and paying for this
ad. Call on Fred Winer. 3-3t

LOST Key ring containing two keys
attached to belt hook. Return to
Star office. 3-3t

NOTICE OF SALE OF
SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS

Notice is hereby given that the
board of public instruction for Marion
county, Florida, will receive bids up
to 3 o'clock
July 4, 1921,
for the purchase of one or more of
the ten one thousand dollar bonds to be
issued by the Reddick Special Tax
School District No. 6, Marion county,
Florida, said bonds bearing five per
cent interest, payable semi-annually,
maturing as follows:
One bond due and payable July 1st,
1924.
One bond due and payable July 1st,
1928.
One bond due and payable July 1st,
1932.
Three bonds due and payable July
1st, 1936.
Four bonds due and payable July
1st, 1940.
The board reserves the right to re reject
ject reject any and all bids. All comunica comunica-tions
tions comunica-tions should be addressed to H. G.
Shealy, Ocala, Fla.
By order of the Board of Public
Instruction, Marion county, Fla this
4th day of May, 1921.
27-tf ft. G.-Sliealy, Secy-

Nice destroys the odor of perspira perspiration,
tion, perspiration, 25 cents at Gerig's Drug tSore. tf
Just received large line trunks,
bags, suit cases, rain coats and um umbrellas.
brellas. umbrellas. HL A. Waterman, The Hab Haberdasher.
erdasher. Haberdasher. l-3t

Mrs. W. H. Wilson of Knoxville,
Term., nee Miss Jessie Lou Martin of
this city, recently underwent an ope operation
ration operation for appendicitis at the River Riverside
side Riverside hospital and her many friends
here will be pleased to learn that she
is recovering steadily. Mrs. Geo. W.
Martin, Mrs. Wilson's mother, is
with her.

Genuine Mary Jane "KEDS" reduc reduced
ed reduced to $25 at FISHEL'S. 2-3t

RAILROAD SCHEDULES

Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD
Leave Arrive
2:20 am Jacksonville-NTork 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 NTork-SL Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
4:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 px
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
Leave Arrive
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 am
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33 am StPetsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 am
3:24 pm StPetsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
7:10 am Dxninellon-Wflcox
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.

KSsScSS

Present lines of new Buick six-cylinder
models will bs carried thru the 1922

Beginning June 1st the new series and
prices will be as follows, f.o.b. our territory

Old Prices' New Prices

Model 22-44
Model 22-45
Model 22-46
Model 22-47
Model 22-48
Model 22-49
Model 22-50

Three Passanger Roadsrer
Five Passenger Toil dug
Three Passenger Coupe
Five Passenger Sedan
Four Passenger Coupe
Seven Passenger Touring
... j,
Seven Passenger Sedan

$2025" $1700
$2025 $1740
$2850 $2375
$3175 $2685'
$3275 $2570
$2295 $1960
$3590"" $2895

SPENCER-PEDRICK MOTOR CO
See Dr. M. C. hlar

WHEN BEI im AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT. BUICK WILL BUILD THEM

X SS rip' .
X X 3 V "Made from
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Serve

Ice
Cold

As you drink the first bottle of delicious
Felir's Ambrcsii, you are wen by its delightful fkvof
znd tang. It stimulitet: and tatisfies you at once.

ORDER A" CASS SENT HOME
At Restaurants, f tHtls, Clubs, Fountain,
V Irug and Grocery Stores
CENTRAL CONSLlvLRS CO.t Louisville. Ky.

MOSES GROCERY COMPANY
OCALA, FLORIDA



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