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OCALA, FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1921
OCALA TOOK GAME
Contest Slow but Stubborn and Close.
Winter Garden Team Will be
(L. T. I.)
The game yesterday between In Inverness
verness Inverness and. Ocala was the slowest
played game seeivthis year, although
it was the closest game yet and was
a veritable pitcher's battle from start
to finish. Neither nam had the least
bit of pep or dash vith them, probab probably
ly probably due to the very hot weather of the
past few, days. Both teams used two
pitchers and yet nor.e of the pitchers
were losing when taken out. The
changes were made with a view of
saving the pitchers too hard work in
such hot weather. Galloway started
the game off for Oc.la and was taken
out in, the second inning, when he
had let up two little hits. Clements
took his place and take it. from all
who saw the game the lad from the
Commercial Bank haj the goods com coming
ing coming and going. He pitched the other
seven innings and only allowed four
hits while he struck out 13 men.
Even with that good pitching, Vann
of Inverness had the odds on Clem Clements
ents Clements and should by all means have
won his game but for the bum sup support
port support of his team. Vann pitched five
innings and only allowed two hits,
while, he struck out six men. Bos Bos-well
well Bos-well took his place for the other four
innings and allowed no hits, striking
out five men.
The game was marred in the last
half of the fifth inning by a scrap be- j
tween Strickland and Dr. Cranford,
umpire from Inverness. Witnesses
vary in their opinions of the fight. It
is the opinion of the majority that
Dr. Cranford took hold of Strickland
with serious intent and then Strick Strickland
land Strickland hit him. Dr. Ci anford said after
the game that he was very sorry that
he lost his temper and that he held
no hard feelings toward Ocala or
' Strickland. The only special feature
of the game was the running catch of
Harris'. fly by Dunnaway in the sec second
ond second inning.
The game by innings:
First inning: Galloway walked one
and an error by Dinkins let another
on base in the first inning but the
home boys tightened down and retired
the side scoreless. Ocala came to bat
and retired just as fast as they faced
Second inning: The first two men
up for Inverness, Dunaway and Vann,
each drew singles off Galloway, so
Galloway asked to be relieved and
Clements took the box for the locals.
Clements pulled right out of the hole
that Galloway dug. Myers faced
him first and drew a sacrifice, Leav Leav-engood
engood Leav-engood to Strickland. Dunaway was
caught off first and Sayary flew out
to second. Ocala did not cross first
in the second inning.
Third inning: Langston led off for
the visitors in the third and struck
out. Connor followed the same route.
Arnold walked. Shultz singled and
things looked gloomy but Clements
tightened the screws and struck out
Bowden, making three strike-outs for
the inning. Brooks led off for Ocala
and bunted to the pitcher. Whether
to give Joe an infield hit or the
pitcher an error was a serious ques question
tion question in the mind of the scorer but it
appears that the pitcher booted the
ball a little before throwing it so he
drew the error and Brooks got to
first. Dinkins flew out to third base.
Brooks then pilfered the second sack.
Clements struck out. Liddell went
out, short to first.
Fourth inning: Inverness took the
one, two, three route. Ocala threaten threatened
ed threatened again but failed to come across
with the 'run. Leavengood came to
bat first and took three healthy
swings at Vann's hooks. Wood singled
and slipped down to second on the
second ball pitched to Strickland, who
flew out. Futch waited them out and
was given a free pass to first. 'Harris
Fifth inning: Savary came to bat
first for Inverness arid struck out.
Clements struck out Langston but
Dinkins dropped the third strike and
threw wild to first, letting Savary go
to second. Connor hit a grounder to
Leavengood who booted it and let
Savary reach third and Conner get to
first. Arnold singled and scored Sa Savary.
vary. Savary. Shultz fouled out to Dinkins
who caught the ball barehanded but
after making that star catch lost his
head and failed to throw Arnold out
at first for a double. Conner stole
third but was stranded there when
Bowden went out, third to first. Ocala
wasn't to be outdone so she came back
in her half of the first and tied the
score. Brooks came up first and
grounded out to first. Dinkins made
the second out, third to first; Clements
singled and stole second. Liddell
reached first on an error by the third
baseman. Clements came from sec second
ond second home on an averthrow by the
catcher. Liddell stole second but was
caught at thitiTafter Leavengood had
walked and stolen second. Inverness,
1, Ocala, 1.
Sixth inning: Inverness got on
base but died there. Dunaway was
the first man at bat and Clements hit
him. Vann struck out. Myers hit a
liner to Leavengood at third and
Leavengood caught it but in his haste
to catch Dunaway for a double at
first he dropped the ball and both
runners were safe. Savary struck
out and Langston flew out to Clem Clements.
ents. Clements. Ocala got one on base when
Futch walked but was unable to, ad advance
vance advance him to the important spot.
Seventh inning: Inverness didn't
reach first. Ocala tried again but
still didn't break the tie. Brooks
walked, stole, second, reached third
when the second baseman dropped
the ball, but Boswell struck out the
next three batters.
Eighth inning: Bowden batted first
for Inverness and flew out to second
base. Dunaway singled and reached
second when Clements threw wild to
first in an attempt to catch him off
the bag. Boswell and Myers retired
the side by striking out. For Ocala,
Smith got onafter two were down by
drawing an error on a hard chance to
first but Smith didn't go around far
before Futch flew out to catcher for
the third out.
Ninth inning: Savary and Langston
each made outs for Inverness but
Brooks singled. Arnold made the third
out, pitcher to first. Ocala broke the
tie and won the game in the last of
the ninth. Harris was first up and
flew out to left field. Brooks hit a fly
to center field who had a long run for
it but missed it after letting the ball
hit squarely in his hands. Dinkins
reached first on a wild throw by Bos Boswell.
well. Boswell. Clements struck out. Liddell
came to bat and -Boswell threw one
over the catcher's head and Brooks
scored the winning run.. Inverness, 1,
The game was slow because both
sides worked their pitchers slowly on
account of the heat. Inverness lost
the game because of costly errors.
Their pitchers had a little of the odds
on Oc'ala's although Boswell was at
fault for the winning run ifi the ninth.
Ocala plays Winter Garden here" to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon. We
beat Winter Garden three to nothing
down there last week. They have a
jam-up team and play clean ball. They
will bring one of the best umpires in
the state with them and the game
will be a good one. Everybody come
out and see it. .tSarts at 4 o'clock.
Come see Ocala win.
The Box Score
Inverness AB R H PO A E
Connor, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0
Arnold, If 3 0 1 1 0 0
Shultz, 3rd 4 0 1 2 1 1
Bowden, 1st 4 0 0 5 0 1
Dunaway, 2nd 3 0 2 3 0 1
Vann, p 3 0 1 0 0 2
Myers, ss ...3 0 0 1 3 0
Savary, cf 4 0 0 2 0 1
Langston, c 4 1 0 12 1 1
Boswell, p 1 0 0 0 0 0
Brooks, rf in 7th... 2 0 1 0 0 0
34 1 6 26 5 7
Ocala AB R H PO A E
Liddell, cf 4 0 0 0 0 0
Leavengood, 3rd ..3 0 0 0 3 2
Wood, ss 4 0 1 0 2 0
Strickland, 1st 3 0 0 4 2 0
Futch, 2nd 2 0 0 3 0 0
Harris, If 4 0 0 1 0 0
Brooks, rf-lst 4 1 0 3 0 0
Dinkins, c 4 0- 0 14 0 2
Galolway, p 0 0 01 1 0
Clements, p 4 1 1 1 1 1
Smith, rf 1 0 0 0 0 0
r 33 2 2 27 9 5
Score by innings:
Inverness 000 010 000 1
Ocala 000 010 0012
Summary: Hits off Vann, 2, off
Galoway, 2, off Clements, 4; stolen
bases bases, Conner, Shultz, Liddell,
Leavengood, Wood, -Futch, Brooks, 2;
struck out by Vann, 6, Boswell, 5,
Galloway, 1, Clements, 13; base on
balls of Vann, 1, off Boswell, 2, off
Galloway, 1, off Clements, 1; hit by
pitcher, Clements, 1; sacrifice hit,
Myers; wild pitch, Boswell, 1, Clem Clements,
ents, Clements, 1. Umpires, Dansby and Cran Cranford
ford Cranford (replaced by Davis in sixth in inning).
ning). inning). Time, 2:50. Attendance, 134
whole tickets, eight half tickets. Re Receipts,
ceipts, Receipts, $69. Scorer, L. T. Izlar.
NOTICE, KING'S DAUGHTERS
There will be a meeting of the
King's Daughters tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon at 4:30 at the home of Mrs.
Helen Bittinger. All members are
requested to be present as this meet meeting
ing meeting will be the last before adjourn adjournment
ment adjournment for the summer.
This is a Studebaker year. tf
Have You Got 10 Cents?
A Wonderful Sale on
Is 'About to Begin
Call and Ask
OBSERVED BY THE ELKS
Noting that the Star said Tuesday
that flag day was slightly observed in
Ocala, Mr. C. Y. Miller, exalted ruler
of the Elks, came around to tell of one
place in which the day had not been
The Elks held a special service in
their hall Tuesday afternoon, in ob observance
servance observance of the flag, as they do every
year. The services were impressive
and largely attended.
There, was also a large attendance
at the regular meeting in the evening
an da number of new members signed
MILTON HAS RETURNED
Mr. J. P. Milton, whose enemies out
north of town took him from his home
one night two weeks ago, and after
giving him a beating drove him out
of the country, has returned. Heus
yet suffering from his ill treatment,
but will probably be all right in a few
REAL BANANAS BEING
GROWN AT MOUNT DORA
Mount Dora, June 15. Charles L.
Shockley of this place expects to
realize approximately $3000 this sea season
son season from his crop of bananas. Numer Numerous
ous Numerous small banana groves border the
lakes in this vicinity but the variety
of fruit is such that most of it must
be cooked before it is palatable.
Stokely, instead of attempting to pro produce
duce produce this kind of fruit, set out 1000
Cavendish banana stalks and each of
the adult trees has produced one
bunch of excellent fruit. The bunches
vary from 85 to 100 pounds in weight
and the grower is receiving an aver average
age average of $3 a bunch. Merchants in Lake
and adjoining counties are being sup supplied
plied supplied almost exclusively by the Stoke Stokely
ly Stokely grove.
BRIDGE OVER ,ALTAMAHA
WILL SOON BE COMPLETED
Jacksonville, June 15. Judge H. B.
Phillips, chairman of the Florida state
road department, reports that the new
bridge over the Altamaha river in
Georgia will be completed by July 1st
and that its opening to traffic will
provide an automobile highway from
Jacksonville to Savannah over good
roads. The highway between the
bridge and Savannah is perfect,
Judge Phillips said, and the road be between
tween between the bridge and Jacksonville is
in fair shape and can be negotiated
LARGE HANGAR SOON
TO BE COMPLETED
New York, June 15. America's
first great terminal for giant aircraft
is nearing completion at Lakehurst,
N. J. The structure, the largest of
its kind on earth, is 803 feet long, 264
feet wide, and 195 feet high. Some
idea of its immense size may be glean gleaned
ed gleaned from the fact that if set down in
a city the hangar would occupy three
solid blocks. vIts doors at each end
stand more than 175 feet high and
are 264 feet wide. A 16-story sky skyscraper
scraper skyscraper would be pushed through the
space disclosed by the doors when
they are opened. The hangar is offi officially
cially officially known as the United States
navy airship hangar, and represents
the latest word in construction for
buildings of this type. It is planned
to have it ready in the early summer
to house the two great giant dirigi dirigibles
bles dirigibles now under construction, the Z
R-l, fouilding at League Island navy
yard, Philadelphia and the Z R-2,
nearing completion in England. The
trans-Atlantic flight of the latter is
scheduled for late in July or early In
August and the United States navy
department plans to have the hangar
completed for service before the air airships
ships airships are ready to sail.
WHY SUFFER SO?
Whv suffer from a bad back, from
sharp, shooting thinges. headaches,
dizziness and distressing urinary ills ?
(Vl Twonl recommend Doan's Kid
ney Pills. Ask your neighbor! Could
C r. Hays, wno runs woooysra, v.
Mairnolia -St- Ocala. says: "I think
heavy lifting caused my kidneys to
become weak. I suffered greatly from
severe pains in my back and I was
often so stiff and lame, I could hardly
do my work. I also had frequent,
. . m 1 1 S
severe headaches. A men a 101a me
about Doan's Kidney Pills, and L be began
gan began using them. Doan's gave me more
relief than all the other medicines I
took and I gladly recommend them.'
The above statement was given
May 13, 1908, and on April 16, 1918,
Mr. Hays added: "I gladly confirm the
statement I made in praise of Doan's
Kidney Pills. I haven't had occasion
to use this medicine since, for it has
effected a permanent cure."
Price 60c at all dealers. Dont
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Hays had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs., Muffalo, N. Y. Adv. 2
This is a Studebaker year. tf
Rub-My-Hsm kills paiiu Adv.
SAID IT VITH
Ameirean and British Admirers in
London Loaded his Car with
London, June 15. Admiral Sims
left this morning for Southampton,
where he was to board the Olympic
later in the day and proceed to New
York. He rode in a special car so
burdened with floral testimonials that
there was scarcely room for members
of his party to move about.
OF LABOR WANTS TO
Denver, June 15. President Hard Harding
ing Harding and Congres sare urged to lead
the way in bringing about world dis disarmament
armament disarmament in a resolution presented
today to the convention of the Amer American
ican American Federation of Labor. They are
requested to call a conference of the
powers with the hope and in the be belief
lief belief that by such a conference billions
now being expended in naval arma armaments
ments armaments may be saved to the taxpayers.
CAR STOLEN AUD BURNED
Last night between 10 and 11 o'clock
a Dort touring car belonging to Mr.
F. A. Jones of Tampa, was stolen
from in front of Troxler's and driven
out on the Gainesville road about two
miles from town and burned. Mr.
Jones left his car in front of Troxler's
last night and went to his room at
the Harrington. He retired at about
Between 10 and 11 o'clock some one
saw a fire in the woods about an
eighth of a mile off the Gainesville
road, two miles out, and sent in an
alarm. The chemical truck went to
the city limits and then turned back
as the fire was out of town. The fire
was discovered to be a Dort touring
car The car was facing west on the
sand road and turned just out of the
road. The fire apparently started at
the right rear end of the car as the
wheel and whole rear end is complete completely
ly completely burned. The fire burned towards
the front and. completely destroyed
the car with the exception of the
Mr. Jones says that he had a com complete
plete complete set of tools, jack, etc., but only
the remains of two screwdrivers can
be found in the ashes. The left front
tire and the head lamps had been
taken from the car either before or
after the fire. One theory is that the
thief or thieves who took the car
stripped it of what was best before
burning it and another is that the
people attracted by the fire took what
they wanted after the fire.
Supposition has it that a joy party
used the car to get to the woods,
where they could spread joy unmo unmolested
lested unmolested and that the gasoline gave out.
Rather than leave the car they set
fire to it. Mr. Jones says that the
gas must have been very low as he
had only five gallons on leaving Dade
City yesterday morning and had not
put any more in when the car was
stolen. The city police and the sher sheriff
iff sheriff are at work on the facts at hand
and hope to be able to unravel the
mystery. Mr. Jones says the car was
covered by insurance.
SUGAR WILL SOON BE
CHEAPER THAN SAND
New York, June 15. Refined sugar
went below the six-cent level today
for the firts time in more than five
years when one concern quoted fine
granulated at 5.75 a pound.
1916 Ford Touring $190.00
1917 Light Ford Truck $200.00
Good tires and in good condition.
Spencer-Pedrick Motor oC. 9-tf
Notice is hereby given that on the
4th day of July, 1921, the board of
county commissioners of Marion coun county,
ty, county, Florida, will meet with the tax
assessor of the said county, in the of office
fice office of the clerk of the said board, for
the purpose of hearing complaints
and receiving testimony as to the
value of any property, real or per personal,
sonal, personal, as fixed by the said county as assessor
sessor assessor of taxes, and for the purpose
of perfecting, reviewing and equaliz equalizing
ing equalizing the assessment of taxes in and
for said county. Said session of the
said board will continue from day to
day as long as may be necessary.
The Board of County Commissioners,
Marion County, Florida.
T. D. Lancaster Jr., Clerk-,
By Edna Walker,
6-14-tf Deputy Clerk.
If you smoke cigars why not get
the best? Ask for Garcia de Oro 10c
at all dealers. 5-tf
This it a Studebaker year. tf
RICH MAN RIDES OVER
County, State and Federal Law
Trampled Under Harry Black's
Miami, June 15. The federal au authorities
thorities authorities today released the private
car of Harry St. Francis Black, the
New York capitalist, seized last March
when liquor was found aboard.
NOT MUCH MONEY FOR
THE BRITISH NAVY
London, June 15. The total expen expenditure
diture expenditure proposed Urn year on the build,
ing of capital ships for the British
navy is two million pounds, it was an announced
nounced announced today in the house of com commons.
mons. commons. CANADIAN WILL BE
Edinburgh. Scotland, June 15. Dr.
Crawford C. McCullough, of Fort
William, Ontario, today was unani unanimously
mously unanimously elected president of the Inter International
national International Association of Rotary Clubs,
now in annual sossit here
TALA GUN CLUB'S
The Ocala Gun Club has as ft guest
Tuesday afternoon Mr. E. L. Moss,
who recently won the southern zone
professional championship. After the
regular shoot Mr. Moss gave the club
an exhibition of shooting at doubles,
breaking 23 out of 12 -pair. The
scores for the regular event follow:
E. L. Moss 46x50
R. B. Meffert ....46x50
Dr. E. B. Lytle 44x50
Ed. Tucker 40x50
W. P. Preer .38x50
C. A. Fort 37x50
Junie Peerkins 36x50
J. M. Thomas '. 36x50
J. C. Smith 26x50
A. JL DeVaney 18x50
H. B. Whittington ..14x50
Dr. J. Harry Walters 5x25
CARELESS WITH JEWELRY
THAT BELONGED TO KABER
Cleveland,, June 15. A diamond
ring and watch owned by Daniel F.
Kaber, which are said to have been
turned over to one of his assassins'by
his widow as part payment for the
murder, have been located by the po police
lice police and it wos predicted the articles
would be in their possession within a
BIG HUNK OF PIE
Washington, June 15. Matthew S.
McFarlane, of Tampa, was nominated
today by President Harding to be
collector of customs for district No.
18, with headquarters at Tampa.
OFFENSIVE OF HELLENES
AGAINST THE OTTOMANS
Constantinople, June 15 The open opening
ing opening of a Greek offensive against the
Turkish nationalists in Asia Minor Is
belieevd to be imminent. British re reserves
serves reserves are relieving the Greek Elev Eleventh
enth Eleventh division at Ism id. on the Sea of
Marmora, which is proceeding to the
Ushak front near the Bagdad railway
northeast of Smyrna.
No use to worry over making
deserts these warm days when you
can get Danish Pastry made fresh
every morning at the Federal Bak
ery 14-Ot f
666 cures Bilious Fever. Adv.
WINTER GARDEN vs.
At Ocala Baseball Park
-MARION COUNTY MATERIAL
Is in High Favor with Street Builders
Who Know How to Use It
The Star is informed that the town
of Tavares let a contract Tuesday to
E. C Langston of Titusville, for aa aa-phaltic
phaltic aa-phaltic concrete paving. Marion coun county
ty county materials were specified to be used.
TRAIN WRECKERS WORK
Hattiesburg, Miss- June 15. En
gineer James D. Jackson and Fire Fireman
man Fireman Frank Bizot. of Meridian, were
killed last night and passengers on
the Southern Railway's fast train No.
42, New Orleans to Cincinnati, were
shaken up when an unidentified per person
son person pulled the spikes from two
lengths of rail about four miles south
of here. The engine and first four
coaches of the train were derailed.
Railroad officials this morning found
the crowbar used to pull the spikes.
The wreck occurred on a sharp curve
just below the top of a hill.
ATTEMPTS TO KEEP
Belfast, June 15- A feature of the
Belfast disturbances which is disquiet disquieting
ing disquieting to the authorities is furnished in
what they termed today as a concert concerted
ed concerted attempt to keep the disorders alive.
Several police barracks were notified
military headquarters that at 1:40
this morning whistles were blown, re revolvers
volvers revolvers were fired and cries of mur murder
der murder raised in their districts, followed
by genuine screams of panic from
women and children who thought re reprisal
prisal reprisal raids were in progress.
STRIVING TO SETTLE
THE SHIPPING STRIKE
Washington, June 15. Conferences
looking to an extension of the peace
settlement were arranged between the
shipping board and marine engineers
to other trades in the merchant ma marine
rine marine service began today. Represen Representatives
tatives Representatives ofTadio" operators, seamen,
firemen, oilers, cooks and stewards
were to meet officials of the board
and department of labor to discuss a
BODY OF GOMEZ
LYING IN STATE
New York, June 15. The body of
former Preisdent Gomez of Cuba
rested in state today prior to the fun funeral
eral funeral services at St. Patrick's Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral tomorrow.
DRUGGISTS DONT DESIRE
TO SELL DRINKS
Miami, June 14. George Cherry, of
Jacksonville, president of the Florida
Pharmaceutical Association, in an
address today before the state conven convention
tion convention here, declared that the whisky,
wine and beer business is being forced
by the government upon the druggists
of the country; that the druggists are
being made the "goat." He said the
fact that les sthan 95 per cent had
taken out permits to handle intoxi intoxicants
cants intoxicants is an indication that they do not
desire to engage in the traffic.
CRANFORD FORFEITED BOND;
This morning in the recorder's court
a hearing was had of the case of
Strickland and Cranford, charged
with fighting at the ball park yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon. Dr. Cranford failed
to appear and forfeited his bond of
$15. Strickland appeared and pled
guilty. Witnesses brought in evi evidence
dence evidence that Dr. Cranford struck the
first blow in the mix-up and Strick Strickland
land Strickland was let off with $5 and costs.
FUJI f J S LOST
. A GT UP
Judge William Alexander Blount cf
Pcneacoia Died at Johns Hop Hopkins
kins Hopkins Hospital this MorUag
Baltimore. June 15Jcdcr Will
iam Alexander Blount, of Pensacola,
Fla president of the Anuian Ttr
Association, died at Johns Hopkins
hospital today. He arrived at the
hospital yesterday for treatment.
Judge Blount was 70 years old.
Judge Blount suffered from acute
heart trouble,. The body will be sent
to Pensacola this afternoon, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by a son, S. M. Blount," and
daughter, Mrs. Louis Cr;, of Pen Pensacola.
sacola. Pensacola. LONG AND BUSY LIFE
Pensacola, June 15 Wm. A. Blount
was born in Clarke county, Alabama,
u ioi, and graduated at the Uni University
versity University of Georgia at the age of 2L
He took up the practice of law in Pen Pensacola
sacola Pensacola the next year. Became city at
torney for Pensacola in 1884 and held
that position for ten years, daring
which time he was a member of the
Florida constitutional convention;
chairman of the commission to revise
the Florida statutes in 1892; member
of the state senate 1903 to 1&05; mem member
ber member of eapitol, reconstruction commis commission;
sion; commission; later appointed by governor to
simplify the system of pleading and
practice in Florida; member of com committee
mittee committee from fifth circuit to assist the
supreme court in revising the rules
in equity for United States circuit
courts, also a member of the com commission
mission commission on uniform laws; candidate
for the United States Senate in dem democratic
ocratic democratic primaries; general counsel for
Florida East Coast railway and allied
PICNIC FOR THE
- YOUNG PEOPLE
The much talked of picnic to be
given by the Triangle City Union at
Silver Springs is the red letter event
for tomorrow afternoon. The Triangle
City Union is made up of the mem members
bers members of the young people's societies
of the city churches and this picnic
is one of their initial undertakings in
a social way.
When it comes to stents well, the
committee in charge is a hummer.
The program of amusements includes
many items that will prove sure-fire
laugh provokers. For example, here
are several of the events promised:
A 200-yard dash, handicap race, stand standing
ing standing broad smile, inside run, obstacle
race, thirty inch dash, shot put and
many others. These are not the reg regulation
ulation regulation events, either, but will prove
novelties of the most amusing sort.
Two teams will be formed for the
contest features. The Bean Hollow
team will have General Travis Collier
for its leader, while Admiral Henry
D. Stokes will head the Mosquito
Point team. These seasoned veterans
of many battles on land and sea
promise spirited contests.
A sumptuous supper will be served
promptly mind you, promptly at
six o'clock. It is planned to leave
town at 2:30 for the springs and cars
will leave the White Star Line build building
ing building at that time to accommodate
those who wish transportation. The
committee urges all to report at that
time. The picnic is for members of
the several young people's societies
and their friends and a big attendance
.There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market.
Phone 158. 158
All Garcia de Oro cigars wrapped 5a
tinfoil 10c at all dealers. 5-tf
called at 4 p. m.
OCALCmOTCfi f A6 WEBNESpAY, JCXE 15, 1521
Ocala i Evening Star
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- OCALA, FLORIDA
tahoochee. The great river that runs
from the Blue -Ridge to the grill has
a beautiful and nobly-sounding name.
while "River Junction" is as prosaic
as a string of box cars.
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Lydia Pinkham must have fed Con
gresman Tinkham some pale yaller
Doctors will become more popular
as soon as they slip a few treats into
The quickest way to abolish divorce
is to abolish marriage. Extensive ex
periments are being made in Russia.
From the way Voliva is allowed to
treat the women in Zion City, all the
men in that town must be slackers.
, Democracy is like matrimony and
the jury system. It is imperfect, but
nothing has yet been found to take
They used to call American diplo
macy "shirtsleeves diplomacy." But
George Harvey represents another
part of the shirt.
The worst thing that could have
happened to Henryford would have
been to have the war go on until after
those eagleboats of his got into action.
Aamirai aims does not seem so
sure of his ground as he was. Times
But he was sure of his sea when his
country needed him.
- Admiral Sims now says that the
press garbled his speech. That is the
way they all do when caught, they
lay it to. the newspapers. Miami
A newspaper surely can garble
things, especially when it wants to.
Must be difficult for Hughes to de
cide just what the foreign policy of
the United States is with Harvey
and Sims telling 'em abroad and
Harding telling 'em at home St
Hughes doesn't have to talk when it
Of course, it is all right for Florida
papers to urge "spend your vacation
at home," provided the papers of
other states do not do the same thing
Ever thought of the other side o
that Tampa Tribune.
The people will do as they please
anyhow, so why worry?
The communities of River Junction
and Chattahoochee have been incor
porated as one town, with the name
"River Junction," as the result of the
passage of a special act by the legis
lature. Although the area of the
town is only two miles long by seven
eights of a mile wide, two postoffices
will be maintained for the present at
least. The newly incorporated town
has a population of approximately
750 exclusive of the inmates of the
state hospital, for the insane. We
think it was a mistake to call the
town River Junction instead of Chat
"I'm w r-tsjAVi tt
XfcADE s to Quit Ruumua
FOU UCVJJ OrWYCv qvt vices
I S SO tWEN MUJL FEEL.
POOR. V4' QliYT feVNlUGt
Newspapers are making a cam
paign tor society editors without
adjectives. But we sometimes wonder
if such a writer of society stuff
would be a society editor in the opin
ion of those who read it. St. Peters-
The people for whom the society
pages are filled are supposed to pos
sess good taste and a high degree of
From speeches delivered at college
commencements we infer that the
colleges are out of sympathy with the
opinions of the American people.-
We are mighty sorry for you if
you had to listen to all the speeches
We infer you did, else you could not
have known whaf they were out of
MR. MAYO PRAISES
3IR. HUNTER'S WORK
The trouble with a man like Sims
who thinks mainly with his mouth is
that some prosaic minded person is
always liable to take him seriously.
It was a bomb crank who touched off
the world war. Lakeland Telegram.
No, Harry, he used an automatic
Seems like you don't know much more
than Sims about the war.
Says the Sanford Herald: "After
looking at the faces of that bunch of
women who are supposed to have
murdered Kaber at Cleveland, it
seems that even suicide would have
been a relief. They take the prize
for being the ugliest outfit that has
disgraced the front page of the news newspapers
papers newspapers in some time."
(New York Tribune)
To deny a proposition, logicians
tell us, is to assert its contrary. Let
us apply the principle to the case of
The admiral said in London, as he
repeatedly has said at home,, that the
Sinn Fein hyphenates of America,
pro-kaiser in one period, pro-bolshe'
viki in another, and at all times la
boring to embroil this country in war
with Great Britain, are a stench to
most Americans. Should the admiral
have said the contrary that the Go
Bragh-uber Alles element speaks for
America? He said that while they
were stationed near Cork his sailors
were so often attacked by Sinn Fein
roughs that it was necessary to re revoke
voke revoke permits for the boys to go to the
city. Should the admiral have lied
about or concealed the facts? Is he
proper subject for censure because he
t61d the truth?
He said that many American poll
ticians had catered to Sinn Fein hy
ohenism as they catered to other
forms of hyphenism. Who can con contradict
tradict contradict tlis with a straight face?
Should the admiral have grossly de
ceived his hosts by telling them that
these vote seekers represented Amer
If the recent election meant any anything
thing anything it meant that the American
people were tired, thoroughly tired,
of fighting the battles of the Old
World in America. The result was a
victory for the idea that an American
should be. preponderatingly American
It rebuked the embroilers and the
trouble makers who for selfish or pre
judiced reasons would get us into ev
ery v European mess. Should the ad
miral have been a false witness and
declared that our people were pos possessed
sessed possessed by.a passion to get into every
Concerning the form if not the
matter of the admiral's remarks there
is a basis for difference of opinion
Men have not always the same taste
in metaphors. We incline to the opin
ion it would have been better to have
omitted the references to jackasses
and zebra. But a figurative state
ment, while not itself embodying the
truth, is often gunpowder to drive a
truth home. If the admiral had been
milder perhaps his idea3 would not
have traveled as far as they have. At
any rate, in consequence of them, the
Sinn Fein hyphenates are likely to
slow up a little and Senator McCor McCor-mick
mick McCor-mick may find that after all he did
not play good politics.
FOR THE LADY WHO CARES
Summer-field, Jane 14, 1921.
Editor Star: I wish to say a few
words in behalf of my colleague, Mr.
C. W. Hunter, as I believe in putting
the praise where it belongs. Mr.
Hunter was a member of six very im important
portant important committees and chairman of
the finance and taxation committee,
which is one of the most important
committees in the House and it takes
a full size man to handle the head of
this committee, if he does his duty in
this capacity. Mr. Hunter measured
up exceptionally well and was com commended
mended commended very highly by the adminis administration
tration administration and members of the House on
his excellent work. Mr. Hunter was
one of the hardest, if not the hardest,
worked representatives at Tallahas Tallahassee.
see. Tallahassee. His ideas were in keeping with
the advanced age of today and in try trying
ing trying to put Florida on the map abreasc
with the other states he seems to
have stepped on some of our con
stituents' toes; however, we had the
backing of the House by a good ma
jority on all of his measures and had
his occupation, gas and fuel oil and
tax assessment bills gone through it
woulu have reduced the mills ge sev
eral mills and the people as -4 whole
would have less taxes to pay.
Mr. Hunter was successful in get
ting several very important bills
through and had it not been for the
mad rush towards the last and a sen
ator in me senate niiDustenng on a
local bill for the last three days,
which blockaded the passage of more
bills, he would probably have passed
his occupation tax bill in the Senate.
There was not a representative, when
speaking, who held the members of
the House to closer attention than Mr.
Hunter and I think that I can con
scientiously say that none had more
friends. As to myself, I have no ex
cuses to make or horn to toot, but do
believe in putting praise where it
justly belongs. Yours truly,
if, Jp, y i'iup
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drama of tears, almost a tragedy
-the gloomy, heartbroken refrain of
an old, eld man. With It the mourn mournful
ful mournful cadeaee of a girlish voice, pure
and liquid as silver beads dropped Into
a crystal dish.
It was a strange and striking pic picture
ture picture In the library of Geoffrey Dur Dur-bin.
bin. Dur-bin. An Invalid, almost helpless, his
withered hands were outstreched pite piteous!
ous! piteous! y, the tears rolling down his an an-gulsbed
gulsbed an-gulsbed face.
Ten are oar last hope," be said
brokenly te the young man standing
with head bent reverently. "I must
e my boy before I die. Spare no
money only bring me word that he
"The law firm with which 1 ara con connected
nected connected has explained erery detail o
the case to me explicitly." said Adrian
Wilbur. -I shall find Oscar Durbln, If
he la on earth."
"If yon find him the quivering
voice of the girl with Jeweled eyes
and a face almost angelic thrilled the
young attorney If you find him,
there Is no boon we could not grant
She had seized both bis hands In
When his law firm had adTlsed him
that they wished him to fathom the
motives underlying the mysterious
disappearance of young Durbln, be had
experienced the zest and novelty of
an amateur detective.
Briefly, a student at a leading col college,
lege, college, one day Oscar Durbln had faded
from view as suddenly and completely
as though the earth had opened and
swallowed Mm up. A note came to
his sister. It read simply : "To avoid
deep trouble and distress, I must dis disappear."
appear." disappear." That was all.
One month before the disappear disappearance
ance disappearance of young Durbln, his closest
chum, Willis .Hope, bad left the col college,
lege, college, never to return. He turned up
at the home of bis wealthy widowed
mether suffering an entire loss of
memory, wounded tn the head by
some terrible falL He bad lingered
along, In bis lucid momenta calling for
bis friend, Durbln. Tracing some pos possible
sible possible mysterious connection between
the two cases, the first move Wilbur
made was to visit the Hope Home.
He bad arrived too late. Willis
Hope bad died the day previous.
Somehow Wilbur connected the two
friends in the case In hand.
He had a photograph to go by.
At the end of three long months
Wilbur found himself one evening in
a little western town. He strolled
down a business street and mechani mechanically
cally mechanically turned Into a moving picture
Wilbur only casually noted the pic pic-tores
tores pic-tores flashing across the screen. A
border Incident was being shown. Sud-.
denly, as in Its delineation a young
man attired as a miner came upon
the scene, Wilbur arose to his feet
with an echoing exclamation.
"At last found. It la Oscar Dur Dur-blnl"
blnl" Dur-blnl" The first thing he did was to locate
the man who owned the picture show.
Then, step by step he advanced In his
Investigation, to learn that the group
who had acted the frontier series of
pictures made their headquarters at
Then three days more of travel, a
search In Denver only to ascertain
that the group had gone to the rail railroad
road railroad depot lees than an hour previ
ous, to proceed en route on the Over Overland
land Overland Limited for Alaska, where they
were te remain making pictures clear
through the winter season.
Wilbur ran all the way to the rail railroad
road railroad depot.
."One minute too latel" cried the
breathless runner. A dash down the
platform, and, almost exhausted, Wil Wilbur
bur Wilbur caught at the railing of the last
car of the train.
It was ten minutes later when he
reached a section of a tourist car oc occupied
cupied occupied by a moving picture party.
It was only when Wilbur chanced
to remark that young Hope was dead.
that Oscar Durbln was willing to dis discuss
cuss discuss a return borne. Then he told
It was a strange one. Hope, his
closest chum, had married a woman
secretly. He had done so wildly and
recklessly under the name of Oscar
Durbln. A week bad convinced him
that he had wedded a person far be below
low below bis station. He bad deserted ber,
shortly after meeting with the acci accident
dent accident that caused his death. A few
days later his wife had died from an
overdose of a drug to the use of which
she was addicted. Her brother bad
learned of the marriage. Believing that
the husband had basely deserted his
sister, he swore to kill him. He start started
ed started out to find "Oscar Durbln." To
save his friend, whose true Identity
must Inevitably be disclosed, young
Now that Hope was dead, an ex explanation
planation explanation would satisfy the vengeful
There was a happy reunlua at the
Durbln home. As upon the first eve evening
ning evening she had met him, the beautiful
1 Mabel again placed her hands within
i those of Adrian WilbuY to thank bim.
j His glance reminded her of her prom-
1 Ise, and she blushed sweetly as she,
j too, remembered, and In the lovellfrht
I of her beautiful eyes there was nn
shadow of another parting
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assistants. Miss Halvorson makes a specialty
of Angel Food Cake, delicious Doughnuts,
Hot Biscuits, Bread and Rolls, and supplies
you with her recipes absolutely for the asking.
Eats and free samples especial y for you this
week only. See the fine Clark Jewel Gas
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Meets every Friday night at the
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15. 1821
TO THE PUBLIC
Since the announcement several
I weeks ago of the engagement and ap
proaching marriage of Mr. T. D. I
Lancaster Jr. of this city and Miss
MEETING OF TUESDAY
EVENING AUCTION CLUB
To the Public:
In order that all may share in the
big values being offered atithe Sac Sacrifice
rifice Sacrifice Sale, we want to announce that
in all probability the stock will be
cleared out by the Fourth of July.
While this is not yet definitely settled,
the rush with which the goods are
disappearing would indicate that the
sale will close then.
One of the most enjoyable meetings
that the Tuesday evening auction
club has had was the one last night
Mary Blanche Mizelle of Jacksonville, with Miss Annie Benton Fuller, at the
much interest has been manifested, home of Miss Rena Smith! where
and culminated in the news of I Miss Fuller makes her home.
their mamage yesterday in Jackson- The card tables were arranged on
ville, which occurred at high noon at the porch in a setting of pretty flow-
the home of the bride's parents, Mr. jers and ferns, and for seevral hours
and Mrs. Isaac Mizelle. The wedding a very interesting time was enjoyed,
was a very quiet and simple affair, pl vine with the reeular club mem
only a few friends and relatives be-bers were Mrs. R. J. Perkins and
ling present, but it was one of taste Miss Adele Bittinger. At the conclu
and refinement. $ion of the games Miss Fuller served
In the living room, where the cere- J a salad course with ice tea and sand-
jmony was performed, there was a wiches. Mrs. Mack Taylor won a
Quantity of Shasta daisies and yellow handsome cut elass candy jar for
nasturtiums and white roses artis- J making high score and to Miss Mar
I tically arranged, carrying out a color I g-aret Jackson fell the booby, an uni-
i motif of yellow and white, while as- que little cupid. This club will meet
paragus fern and other greenery J with Miss Ruth Simmons next Tues
formed an attractive background, day.
Under the chandelier, which was
draped with orange blossoms, the AFTERNOON MUSICAL
A -n f rv rf
ii in u -li vi ir.nw
UUI uLLJIIJ li M-Jiivv
marriage vows were taken. Rev. H.
A. Spencer of the Springfield Metho
dist church officiated, using the ring
ceremony, lne only attendants were
the bride's sister and brother, Miss
Elizabeth Mizelle and Mr. William A.
The bride was becomingly attired
in her going-away suit of dark blue,
embroidered in black and gold, and
with this she wore a very becoming
hat of silk and straw, which harmon
ized with her suit. Completing her
costume were gray accessories and aj
bouquet of bride roses. Mrs. Lancas
ter a pretty brunet, was especially
lovely and attractive in her wedding
Miss Elizabeth Mizelle. sister of
the bride, was 'gowned similarly but
in dress form and carried an arm
bouquet of lovely yellow roses. The
groom enterecr the room witn ms
best man, Mr. Mizelle, meeting the
bride with her sister as maid of honor
under the chandelier.
A delightful buffet luncheon was
served after the ceremony and short
ly after the happy couple left by boat
for a trip to New York, where they
will spend two weeks. On their return
AT THE COLONIAL
to this city they will be at home to MiM Roberts
JML 11 1 A M A 1 A. Al 13 I
Invocation Rev. C W. White.
Piano solo Gene Bitting.
Cornet solo Sammy Savage.
Paper, "The Influence of Good Mus
Instrumental solo. "The Hunter's
Horn" (Harker) Dorothy Capple-man.
'Musical recitation, "Love's Old
Sweet Song" Polly Smith.
Piano selection (a) Knights (Ru
pert) (b) Jolly Huntsman Elizabeth
Poem, "Vacation Time" Frances
Piano solo, "Salterella" Willie
Vocal solo, "Dear Little Mother of
Mine" Miss Margaret Overton.
Piano duet, "Czardias" Polly Smith
and Amy Long.
Violin solo (a) Ve reuse (Adaniow-
ski) (b) Elegie (Massanett) Miss,
Romance in Song (original Rose
Piano duet, "Enticement" Amy
Long and Willie Huckaby.
Piano and violin Miss Lancaster
H'O" TO) TH3
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CIVIL EltGINEERS AND SURVEYORS
Licensed under the laws of the State of Florida
Cant. Edward Dra! is
their hosts of friends at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Bridges, where
they will have apartments.
Mrs. Lancaster during her girlhood
Piano selection, "The Murmuring
Zephyrs' Martha Rivers.
Under auspices of class 12 of the
M. E. Sunday school Colonial hotel.
with as and in charge cf our Phos Phosphate
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Offices, 33-34 Holder Bldfj.
. OCALA, FLORIDA
Phone No. 543
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-Pure Lard 2 lbs. for 35c
Octagon Soap 8c 3 Ck for 21c
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Reddick PNut Butter 1 lb 30c
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Cloverbloom Butter 2 lbs 75c
Three Argo Starch 20c
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Evaporated peaches, lb . 15c
White Bacon, per lb...l7je
Smoked Bacon Squares,
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Qt. jars Honey 65c
Golden Age Macaroni
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S S t X A. f I
resiaea wun ner parents at, grange June 1? 4 0.clock. No charges
v i S I
laKe ana is popuwny ana weu khuwii HJal 5nvitation to all
throughout Marion county and partic
ularly in Ocala, where many are
awaiting with cordial greetings her
arrival. She is the second daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Mizelle.
MT. D.t" as he is popularly known,
is the second son of Major and Mrs.
T. D. Lancaster, one of our oldest and
most prominent families and has al
ways made his home here, where he
has established a reputation for him
self that is most creditable. When
quite a youngster he was an employee
of the Munroe & Chambliss National
Bank, where he remained for years
and was highly thought of. He left
the bank to take a position in the of
fice of the clerk of the circuit-court,
and handled the financial affairs of
that office so efficiently that he was
nominated and elected to the respon
sible position of clerk, which office he
is now competently filling. During
the war he enlisted in the navy and
served this country until the struggle
Mrs. J. A. Bouvier and daughter,
Miss Eloise Bouvier, of Jacksonville,
but former Ocalans, were among
those present at the wedding. Mr. T.
M. Kilgore of this city was also pres
ent and escorted the happy couple to
the boat, where he introduced them
as "bride and groom" to all the pas
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Thanh y oa for year patronage 306 N. MAGNOLIA ST.
Last evening at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp,
Miss Stella Camp entertained the
members of the "A" club, of which she
is a member, and a few additional
friends. This is the first meeting
that this club has had with Miss
Camp for several months as she was
away at school, and the evening was
one of unusual enjoyment.
There were three tables of players
and the games took place in the din dining
ing dining room, which was enhanced in at attractiveness
tractiveness attractiveness and coziness by the artis artistic
tic artistic arrangement of roses, daisies,
zennias and nasturtiums. During the
games punch was frequently partaken
of and bon-bon dishes filled with
candy were placed on the tables and
the guests enjoyed this confection
during the entire evening.
At the conclusion of the games,
Miss Camp assisted by her sister,
Miss Carita Camp and Miss Elizabeth
Hocker, served delectable refresh refreshments,
ments, refreshments, during which time the scores
were compared and to Miss Elizabeth
Davis was presented a box of corres correspondence
pondence correspondence cards for obtaining the high highest
est highest and the lowest scorer, Miss Mary
Burford, was presented with a fan.
N The following were the invited
guests playing with the regular club
members: Mises Elizabeth Burton of
Leesburg, Mary Burford, Nettie
Camp, Lois Livingston and Mrs. Leta
Look in This Paper June 18th
For Oar Announcement
SEWING MACHINE SALE
Very Easy Terms
Have Yoa Got 10 Cents?
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OCALA CVCXtNG STAB, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1921
NEEDIIAM MOTOR CO.
General Auto Repairing
Gasoline, Oils and Grease
USED CARS FOR SALE
Cars Washed $1.00
Cars Polished -50
Oklawaha Ave. &. Orange St
1916 Ford Touring. $190.00
1917 Light Ford Truck $200.00
Good tires and in good condition.
Speneer-Pedrick Motor oC. 9-tf
Why heat your kitchen up these
days baking bread hen you can buy
the best made at the Federal Bak
I ,. SKOAL
If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Carlton Sr. have
gone' to Tampa to visit their son. Mr.
R. A. Carlton Jr., and family, and be before
fore before returning to Ocala will visit their
daughter, Mrs. Mary Ervin in St. Petersburg.
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
Mr. Raymond ;Tin of Tampa ar
rived in the' city this afternoon to
visit at the home of his aunt, Mrs.
George Taylor until Saturday. Mr.
Nixon, though quite a young man,
is on the editorial staff of the Tampa
As usna! at (or the
past 30 years at this
season ot the year,
this sale gees on at
pi )'JM 0'adson's Store, and v
Hill continue until
I intiend to reduce my large
DRY GOODS, SHOES,
Mens Womens and
No fake, selling at cost-Come and
see for yourself. And be convinced
that everything is really reduced.
Must have room for a big stock of
fall goods. Remember, I am not sell selling
ing selling out-at cost but simply reducing
prices as merchandise is cheaper, very much
cheaper. Remember, Quality is always the,true
test of cheapness.
Packard car, which cars he is now
agent for. Dr. E. G. Peek accom accompanied
panied accompanied Mr. Kilgore home. He was in
Jacksonville attending a medical con
Mrs. R. H. Floyd entertained at her
apartments at Mrs. Sidney Halle's
residence yesterday afternoon the
girls of the auxiliary of the BaptifJ
church. There was a large attendance
and a very interesting study on
Christian education was en joyed the
first part of the afternoon. Miss Ruth
Collins led the meeting. Making scrap
books for charity wards in hospitals
was the main diversion for the after afternoon
noon afternoon and after that Mrs. Floyd served
MAY SHUT OUT TIN CAXXERS
Rob-My-Tum kill infection. Ad.
Mr. T. M. Kilgore returned yester
day afternoon from Jacksonville,
where he went to drive back to fine
for Expert Vulcanizing,
throw your Headlight
on our shop. We are
Experts at this business
and our work Is
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Wheeler of Fort
Lauderdale, left there this morning
in their car for a visit to the tatter's
parents, Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Nixon in
Tampa, and before returning to their
home will visit Mrs. Wheeler's aunt,
Mrs. George Taylor of this city.
Mrs. M. A. Ten Eyck returned last
evening from DeLand. Several days
ago Mrs. Ten Eyck left Ocala with a
party of friends in an automobile for
a trip to Jacksonville and down the
east coast to DeLand, Mrs. Ten Eyck
returning home by rail.
Fellowship, June 14. Crops in this
vicinity are beginning to suffer for
want of rain.
Mr. S. B. Brooks leaves tomorrow
morning for Salt Springs for a few
days to recuperate. We hope the trip
will prove beneficial.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mills of Winter
Garden are guests of the former's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mills.
Fellowship W. O. W. members ob
served last Sunday as memorial day
and decorated the W. O. W. graves at
ellowship and Pleasant Hill ceme
Next Friday night, June 17th, Fel-
owship B. Y. P. U. will give a social
at the church and all are cordially
invited to 'attend. They will have
refreshment sof various kinds to
Miss Winifred McCully was the
guest of Miss Margaret Howell last
Saturday and Saturday night.
Mrs. C. P. Howell. Misses Agnes
Dalzell, Margaret Howell and Fran
ces Edwards and Master Johnnie Ed-
wards of Ocala were the guests of J
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McCully Sunday!
Rub-My-TLsm for Rheumatism.
Yesterday afternoon at the Masonic
hall the members of the Eastern Star
sewing circle convened for a few
hours of social enjoyment. There was
a good attendance and much work ac
complished. Ice cream and cake were
passed at the close of the meeting.
Ocala House Block
THE BAZAAR STORE
Don't take pnraatlves lor
stlpatton they act narsnly
they overstrain Uie delicate
membrane anU leave the
Bowels In a worse condition
tnan before. II
wltn Con Constipation
stipation Constipation SlckHead SlckHead-ache.
ache. SlckHead-ache. In
acb, Dizziness, Biliousness.
Nervousness or loss of Appe-Hte-0on'
healtateGel a botilm
ol CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER
PILLS take one alter each
meal and one at bedtime. A
lew days treatment will put
Stomach, Liver and Bowmlm In
Ceaalac mvs hear tlfmatvrc &gr7'JPwt
Small PHI SaaQ Dose Smali Price
dearer to many it( tvjof
than a cup full of yy,T ftdCN
' ordinary coffee X Mj f4 RVh
It II X9 W TEL. I 1
666 cures a Cold quickly Adv.
Sinclair Holmes left last night for
Canaveral, where he will spend the
summer with his father, Mr. Howard
Holmes on his pretty orange grove at
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Grantham moved
today into their home at No. Ill
Washington street, where they will in
the future reside.
Miss Annie Pope Eagleton leaves
the latter part of the week for Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, where she will attend summer
66S cures Biliousness. Adv.
How does the snake-charmer charm?
asks a writer io the Popular Science
Monthly. That' one r.f the questions
we've always asked ourselves. And
now an English doctor tells us one
of the secrets.
Tnke the case of the cohra, for
Instance. It Is a very venomous snake.
yet the snake-charmer Is not harmed
when bitten by one.
The secret lies in the fact that the
charmer "milks' the cobra before he
allows himself to be bitten. He makes
the cobra Mte into a piece of meat,
thereby expelling two thirds of the
poison In Its poison eland. When the
charmer allows the snake to bite him
Immediately thereafter, there Is not
enough poison left in the gland to do
What Is the next step? The charmer
makes the snake bite a fowl while he
squeezes the remaining drops of
poison out of the snake's gland; the
fowl dies, and the charmer wins the
confidence of his audience.
Fort Pierce, June 15. Tm can"
tourists will be without a place to
camp here next winter unless the
municipal authorities set aside a site
to take the place of the grcund used
last year. The owner of the site has
withdrawn the camping privilege be
cause, he said, he found his property!
I m an unsanitary ccndition.vJThe opin-;
ion is expressed in some quarters that
U another camp site is provided it
should be maintained under the con constant
stant constant supervision of a man appointed
for the purpose.
Garcia de Oro. that mild Havana
filler cigir 10c at all ccalers. 5-tf
Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEORGE MacKAY & CO.
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
G. B. Overton. MgT.
111 W. Broadway
Mr. Dennis Prine left today for the ;
university at Gainesville to attend
school under the supervision of the
crrVAmTYint IInfftrtnntlv. fr Prin
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was wounded. I
Miss Nellie Prince was elected 1
group captain of group No. 3 of the S Texas Lady Saifered Witi Puffins
a Y. P. U. at Fellowship last night. ,n J km? Psm in Hef Dick.
Whicli Cardai Re!ieyeL
Buy a Razor for
Less Than The
Price of a Shave
Razor and Blapt
C. Cecil Bryant
Gary Block, Over 10 Store
. ... June brides take care
'.. your eyes, the win-
dows of the souL
iVANTED. LOST, FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FURNISHED ROOMS For rent.
Apply at 704 East Third street, cor corner
ner corner Sanchez street. 31-6t-dh
II A U L I N G Having secured a
large truck, I am now prepared to do
moving and heavy hauling on short
notice. L. E. Cordrey. Phone 434. Ira
MONEY TO LOAN On improved
real estate for a cilent. D. Niel
WANTED Nicely furnished rooms
far housekeeping. Must have all
modern conveniences. Address P.
O. Box 312, City. 14-3t
FOR RENT OR SALE A six-room
house. Jerry Burnett, No. 2 Fort
King Ave., or phone 73. 14-tf
TAKEN UP One Jersey heifer,
about two years old J. II. Taylor
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms; gas and lights; to couple
without children. Address Rooms,
care Star. 14-tf
FOR SALE Four-foot wood, both
oak and pine, delivered anywhere
in the city. L. L. Horne, phone
108. - 15-15t
The Joy of Living.
I have never had much money, but
I have always enjoyed the things at
hand. I have become so familiar with
the face of Nature that It is as the
face of an old friend and I know and
love It In every mood. My years have
been full of Joy. but they have been
years of simplicity and economy. I
have never sated myself with anything
and the bloom is still on my" life.
T have kept yonnj because I have
kept free from worldly and selfish am ambitions.
bitions. ambitions. If I hsd teen miserly arid
grasping, I would have been old and
unhappy long ago. There Is nothing
like love to keep you young love for
your'fellow man and for Nature and
love Is Nat tire's final law. Someone
once asked me how I had kept so
yonng and I Answered that I had been
born jrounc nnl had never thrown my
youth away. Johu Burroughs.
Clara I suppose the brightest mo
nent In yonr life was when Jack pr pr-nosed?
nosed? pr-nosed? Cora l!rlhst? There wasnf i
parrtt-le of 1:'.'M in the room.
Notice 1 hertby given that the board
of coantjr commissioners of Marlon
county. Florida, until Z o'clock p. to. on
the Sth day of July. 1921. at the of nee of
the clerk ot the said board at the Mar Marlon
lon Marlon county court house In Ocala. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, will receive SEALED BIDS for
all or any part of the bonds of such
sonnty authorized oy an election held
April 20th. 1920. said bonds beingr par particularly
ticularly particularly described as follows:
All of said -bonds being dated July
1st. 1920, la the denomination of one
thousand dollars each; all bearing 6
per cent Interest ter annum from theJr
date; one hundred and forty of said
bonds maturing Ave years from their
date, two hundred of said bonds ma maturing
turing maturing ten years from their date and
two hundred and twenty of said bond
maturing fifteen years from their date;
Interest on all of said bonds being pay payable
able payable semi-annually on the first day of
January and the first day of July of
each year. The interest coupons due
January 1st. 1921. and July 1st. 1921,
will be detached before the sale or de delivery.
livery. delivery. The saJd bids will be received
by sobid board, with the understand In sr
that the 'bonds will be delivered, and
the amount of euccessful bid or bids
paid over after the 9th day of July
and before the 10th day of August.
A certified check, satisfactory to the
said board, for a sum equal to one pec
cent of the amount of bid. mut be de delivered
livered delivered with each bid a security to in insure
sure insure compliance therewith, in the event
same 4s accepted.
The said board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMVIS COMVIS-IONER8
IONER8 COMVIS-IONER8 OP MARION COUNTY
By T. D. LtANCASTER JR..
S-S-wed St Clerk.
Look in This Paper Jane 18th
For Our Announcement Z
I SEWING MACHINE SALE J
Very Easy Terms
! Have You Got 10 Cent?
; THEUS BROS. J
Houston. Texas. Mrs. CL D. Cook, of
1112 Whltty Street, this city, recently
said: "About four months after my
marriage. I . began suffering much
pain, and inew that my condition was
unusual, bU couldn't Just decide what
was wrong. I had to go to bed. ...
"All across my back and hlrs were
paln3, pulliig and aching until I couid
hardly Fit up. I stayed In bed a few
days, ily husband had heard of Cap.
dul ... co I told hlin he might get it.
"After I had taken Cardul a few
day3, 1 was up. I took five bottles and
haven't been In bed since for this
trouble, for If I have the least symp symptoms
toms symptoms of this trouble I get Cardul and
take it In time.
I hive tuiat'r of friends whs
have used Cardul, azd Uiey recommend
It very highly.
x DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
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 Jacksnville-NTork 2:10 am
1:55 pm Jacksonville 1:50 pm
4:17 pm Jacksonville 3:50 pm
2:15 sm Tampa-
Manatee-St Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
2:55 em N"York-St. Petrsbrg 1:35 am
2:15 am Tampa 2:15 am
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee 1:35 pm
1:05 pm Tampa-St. Petrsbrg 4:05 pm
ATLANTIC COAST LINE R. R.
2:27 am Jacksonville-NTork 2:33 am.
1:45 pm Jksonville-G&insville 3:24 pm
6:42 am Jksonville-Gansville 10:13 pm
2:33am.St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 2:27 urn
The experience of this Texas lady3:24pm St.Petsbrg-Lakeland 1:25 pm
Is similar t that related by thousands
of other women.
Cardul is purely vecttable, and mild
and gentle in its action. Cardul may
bo the very medicir.e you need if suf suf-ferine
ferine suf-ferine with Wvicanly troubles.
Take Cax-iuL NC-13J
7:10 am 'Dunnellon-Wilcox
7:25 am Dutiellon-Lkeland 11:03 pm
? :30 pm Homosass. 1:25 pm
10:15 pm Leesburg 6:42 am
4:45 pm Gainesville 11:50 am
Moaiv. Wednesday, Friday.
-Tuckcay. Thursday. Saturday.
DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE
Ford and Chevrolet
COOPER Non-Skid Tires. 30x3 1-2.
8000 Mile Guarantee, $18
DIAMOND Plain Tread 30x3, $12.50
PJLARINE Heavy Oil. five gallons, $3.50
Jas. Engesser, Prop.
Day Phone 258 Night Phone 533
7 NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET
PAY CASH (
) PAY LESS
SPECIAL THIS WEEK
KINGNUT Butter Substitute)
35 cent value for 27c
SPECIAL THIS WEEK
I lb. can LIBBY'S APPLE BUTTER
. 20 cent value for 23 C
Some of our regular everyday economy prices
Octagon Soap' 07
Octagon Powder.. 04
P. &G. White Soapi 07
Bulk Ground.Coffee JZ0
Meal and Grits, 03
Campbells Soup .12
Baby Size Milk ...07
Tall Size JHitt 14
12 lbs. Best Flour 80
24 lbs. Best Flour. ISO
ClctzrblcQm Butter 38
Flavoring Extracts ... .15
Spices tS 08
mte Bacon ...J7
Compound Lard .1. .12
5 lb. pail Pure Lard ...95
Balk Peanut Butter ... 25
Sweet ttlixed Pickles 45
Fresh Eggs 30
No. 2 can Tomatoes .10
No. 2 can Corn 17
No. 2 can Salmon... ....15
Remember you get QUALITY when trading with
us, at a cash saving to you. S3 orders or over
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